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'' .ML --Mkw ., . . i IT- .m m J - a' V m L f V-r- 'VM 59th Year. No. 22 The Interior Journal, Stanford, KentuJkrFriday, March MARRIAGES "l"l9l6 Tuesdays and Fridays TO PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY Permit us to remind you of "Good Roads Week" for Lincoln county. Tho week of March 18 to 23 has been ' LAND. STOCK AND CROP $i,uuu. Frank Robinson, of Danville, bought of various parties here Mon day seven mules at an average of d $200. He is buying a to ship to wcweiton, La. Mrs. R. O. Lewis, of Burnsidc, lias bought of Worth Stigall his farm on the Stanford and Somerset pike for 0 nbout $11,000. Mr. Stigall paid for the place several years ago. John Marr, of Bourbon county, sold to William Crump, of Smith's Grove, a grey horse mule for $375 and a pair of old mare mules fdr $700. William Durham, who operates Col. R. G. Evans' Salt river farm in Boyle, has sold to Anderson & the Danville millers, 1,800 of corn at $8. Half of the corn has been delivered. Jesse Leach, who lives near Jacksonville, in Bourbon county, certainly has the prize Herbert Hoover ewe of the Blue Grass region. Early in March, 1917, Mr. Leach's ewe gave birth to three lambs; during tl;e summer of 1917 this same ewe gave birth to two lambs, and early in the present month. 1918, the ewe again gave birth to three lambs, making eight lambs in twelve montbs. Paris car-loa$5,-00four-year-old 14, 15, 16. Sam Burdcttc, of Adair county, sold 12 mules last week at $135 to .$226. W. G. Cowan, of HustonviUo, sold to J. T. Huguoly, of Boyle, 20 fine cattle at about 10c. At Edward Allen's sale in Boyle county, stock ewes sold nt $25 and d shoats at $25. W. S. Gibbs, of Shelbyvillc, sold his jack. Dr. Logan, to Addison Milton, of Blnomfield, for 100-pounfour-year-old Pcrryvlllo's fair dates arc Aug. DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Cicero Price is dead at Winchester. He formerly lived at Lancaster. Jesse Cobb, of Madison, sold to Garnctt Million GO lambs for which' he paid 15 cents a pound. Archibald B. Roosevelt, a son of Theodore Roosevelt, was wounded in action with tho American forces in Rico Burnsidc, aged 68, died following an operation in the Boyle county hospital. He was a native of France. four-yea- r- Spill-ma- n, bnr-rc- ls Ken-tucki- . Coleman, of Harrodsburg, leased for the present season the great saddle horse sire, Jack Twigg, and the noted fellow will make the season at Mr. Coleman's stable at the Harrodsburg fair grounds. Jack Twigg sired the great gelding, May-dathat Ed Doty, of Richmond, showed all over the country and finally sold for $5,000. Jack Twigg has a long list of star performers to his credit, and really is one of the great saddle horse sires of, the day. Clay n, If 121- - r i. I- i - i If K 4. fe GIRLS! THICKEN AND BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR AND STOP DANDRUFF Try Thii! 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Hvomei of made of catarrhal little as directed and within is Austrautes there will be an appearance of lian eucalyptol combined with other fiufliness and antiseptics abundance, freshness, and is very pleasant to an incomparable gloss and lustre, and breathe. try as you will you cannot find a It is guaranteed to banish catarrh, tiace of dandruff or falling hair; but bronchitis, sore throat, croun. coughs vour real surprise will be after about and colds or money back. It cleans two weeks' use, when you will see qut a stuffed up head in two minutes. new hair fine and downy at first Sold by The Penny Drug Store yes but really new hair sprouting and druggists everywhere. all over your scalp Danderine out Complete outfit, including inhaler is, we believe, the only sure hair and one bottle of Hyomei, costs but grower, destroyer of dandruff and little, while extra bottles, if aftercure for itchy scalp and it never fails ward needed may be obtained of anv to stop falling hair at once. druggist. It If you want to prove how pretty and soft your hair really is, moisten RED CROSS ITEMS a cloth with a little Danderine and The carefully draw it through your hair hospitalRed Cross box containing 91 shirts and 34 pairs of taking one small strand at a time. was shioped Tuesday. AuxilYour hair will be soft, glossy and iaries have contributed to the box as beautiful in just a few moments a follows: Crab Orchard, 48 hospital delightful surprise awaits everyone shirts and eight Dairs of pajamas; who tries this. McKinney W. C. T. U., eight hospital shirts; Stanford, 35 hosoital STANFORD WIDOW CRIES FOR JOY shirts and 26 pairs of pajamas; local W. C. "I couldn't eat anything but raw making T. U.. seven hospital shirts, at total of 139 hospital shirts eggs and sweet milk and was so weak and 81 I could hardly walk across the room. ments. pairs of pajamas in 'both shipI would have been in my grave today Hustonwille, McKinnev. Moreland, if I hadn't taken Mayr"s Wonderful Remedy when I did. When I think Crab Orchard, Hubble, Waynesburg and Stanford are faithfully working how I have suffered with by stom- to fill the third box within the next ach and how good I feel now I cry for joy." It is a simple, harmless few days. Mrs. W. K. Warner, Chairpreparation that removes the catar- man. The ladies of the W. C. T. U. have rhal mucus from the intestinal tract the following articles: Fourand allays the inflammation which made hospital shirts; knitted ten pair causes practically all stomach, liver teen socks, six sweaters, two scarfs, and and intestinal ailments, including One dose will convince or six pair wristlets; donated five dolmoney refunded. The Lincoln Phar- lars for yarn and one bolt of cotton macy and The Penny Drug Store. It cloth for hospital shirts. Germ-Killinf pa-iam- as Garrard county. Seven Major Generals have been found physically unfit for service abroad. Of these, five arc in command of army camps. Dwight M. Bowman bought the stock of drugs, drug sundries, etc., of the Pioneer Drug Store, from Chas. L. Davis at Mt. Vernon. Mrs Sallie Crane is dead of spinal meningitis at her Homo lour miles West of Parksville. Lee Crane, a son, died only a week ago of the same di sease. While John Croucher, of the White's Station section of Madison county, was cutting wood a heavy stick How up and struck his four ycnr-ol- d son killing him. Orville Wibon. 29 years old, shot and instantiv killed his wife, wound ed his mother-in-laand fatally shot himself at Olive Hill. Jealousy was said to be the motive. Everett Shindlcbower, aged 30. died in the Clarke county hosipital from pneumonia, which developed as a result of iniuries sustained in Pas time theatre disaster Saturday night at Winchester. Irvin S. Cobb, of Paducah and the world at large, just missed being struck by the torpedo that sank the Tuscania. Cobb was on his way to Europe with the convoy that included the Tuscania. Mrs. Lena Craig Kelley is dead at Lancaster, fane was the wire of Thos Craig and a daughter of Thomas Kel ly, who conducts a blacksmith shop on the Danville pike, just this side of the Boyle county line. Mrs. Lucretla Rudolph Garfield, widow of James A. Garfield, twentieth President of the United States, died at her winter home in South 'CASCARETS" BEST IF Pasadena, California. Mrs. Garfield HEADACHY, BILIOUS, would have been 86 vears old April SICK, CONSTIPATED 19. She had been ill recently and pneumonia developed Sunday night. Beit For Liver And Bowels, Bad Breath, Bad Colds, Sour Stomach CATTARH w 10-ce- nt Elmer Young and Miss Sallie B. Sexton, both of tho Southern end of tho county, were joined in wedlock's holy bonds Wednesday. At HatticsbUrg, Miss., at 8 o'clock Saturday night Miss Kathcrine Harris, the pretty and popular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Randolph Harris, will be united in marriage to Lieut. Burton Woodard, of London. The prospective bride will be accompanied to Hatticsburg by her aunt, Mrs. James N. Cash, and daughter, Miss Clara Cash. Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Logan McCall had intended going but the illness of Mrs. Harris broke into the arrangements. Miss Harris, who now resides in .Lancaster, met Lieut. Woodard during her visits to the family of Rev. W. S. Grinstead, when they resided at London, and it seems to have been a case of love at first sight. The groom-to-b- e is said to be an exceedingly fine young man and tho many friends and admirers of his future bonnie bride congratulate him on winning so lovablea young womnn for his helpmeet. Mr. Guy Jones and Miss Linnell Eubanks were united in marriage this afternoon at 2 o'clock at tho Baptist parsonage by Dr. W. L. Walker. The young couple had maintian-e- d the greatest secrecy and their most intimate friends were unaware of the approaching event. Only tho immediate relatives of the contracting parties were taken into their confidence. Mrs. Jones is a daughter of Mrs. Mack Eubanks and is one of the most popular and attractive young ladies in this community. Mr. Jones is a son of Mr. F. I. Jones, who lives near town on the Lancaster pike, and is a spleedid young man. Danville Advocate. The bride is a niece of Messrs. R. L. Hubblo and J. C. Eubanks, of this city, and is a charming young woman. She ha3 frequently visited in Stanford and is quite a favorite among the young people. Her marriage came as a pleasing" surprise, to her many friends in Lincoln county, where she was born and where she lived until a half doz en or so years ago. box. Get a Sick headache, biliousness, coated tongue, head and nose clogged up with a cold always trace this to tor pid liver; delayed, fermenting food; in lih: uuwcis or sum, Kussy siumucii. Poisonous matter clogged in the intestines, instead of being cast out of the system is into the blood. When this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue it causes congestion and that dull, throbbing, sickening headaches. Cascarets immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul cases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons in the bowels. A Cascaret tonight will surely straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep a box from your druggist means your head clear, stomach sweet, breath right, complexion rosy and your liver and bowels regular for months. 10-ce- nt SPEAKING AT C.-TONIGHT Mr. Edward W. Mills, former candidate for governor of West Virginia, and for a quarter of a century on the lecture platform, will speak e tonight on the at the evils of whisky and the advantages to be derived by prohibition. Mr. Mills has spoken all over the United States in his fight against booze, and bears credentials from prominent men all 'over the country. A good crowd should greet him. The speak ing win oegin at 7:ao. court-hous- ing for more than a year, but since taking Foley Kidney Pills I feel almost a young 'man again." They strengthen and heal weakened or disordered kidneys, stop bladder ailments, banish bachache, rheumatic pains, stiffness, soreness. Sold Everywhere. sleep-disturbi- ALMOST A YOUNG MAN AGAIN E. R. Whitehurst. R. F. D. I, Norfolk, Va., writes: "I had been suffer- John C. Hamilton, in jail at Danville, has written the chief of police of Louisville to send to his father. C. R. Hamilton, Mitchellsburg, Ky the overcoat, hat and gloves found on the banks of the Ohio river recently. Hamilton had evidently tried to make the public think that no had found death in a watery grave. Don't forget that the closing out sale of ladies' and children's shoes is now in progress at Parks & Hendren Co., Danville, Ky. afternoon, 16th, for the purpose of Wednesday. deciding about a. fair this year. A TAKE CHIDREN OUT OF DANGER full attendance of the stockholders SPRING. IS NICE, BUT If you saw a child on a railroad is desired. Lack of .fresh vegetable food and k you would endeavor to remove track interrupted changing 'habits make A stomach tablet taken these trying weeks for 'any one inthe little one from danger. When a "snuffling" or coughing, is after meals will prevent any distress clined to constipation. Foley Catharchild ia not (t your duty to get him out of or uncomfortable feeling. Guaran tic Tablets are just the thing for indanger of severe consequences? Fo- teed by The fenny Drug store digestion, biliousness, gas on stomley's Honey and Tar gives relief from ach, furred tongue, headache, or oth.4 13lalaa, DamIaIt nn.A.1 OR Uim coughs, colds, croup and whooping er condition indicating elogged bowcough. Contain no opiates. Sold Ev- a noted beauty, suicided because of el. Cause no bad after effect. Sold , erywhere. Everywhere. ill health at Winchester, Mi-o-- CO. SHIPPING EGGS B. P. Jones & Co., the hustling FAIR MEETING SATURDAY P. M. produce dealers of McKinney, shipThere is a strong tin out that A call is made in this issue for a ped a car-loaor 464 Sherman Goodpaster, the present meeting of the stockholders of the to the Eastern market cases of eggs, and Treasurer, will become a can- Lincoln County fair Association at wilFhave another car-loa- d Saturday SatState to go didate for Democratic nomination the court-hous- e at 2 o'clock Saturday urday. They were paying 27 cents State Auditor next year. d, Your very best preventive agent a bad cold, catarrh, pneumonia, or rheumatism, is a strong vitality. With your body in fine trim, you are practically proof against taking a cold or having pneumonia or other diseases so prevalent this time of year. But with your vitality all run down and your blood impoverished, you are susceptible to such diseases. Avoid them all by keeping your system in perfect trim with Nature's wise provision for such purposes. Vin Hepa-ticthe Universal Purifying Tonic. Wo recommend it Not only will it make you proof against disease, but make you feel like your old self again. The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. a, WATCH OUT FOR PNEUMONIA JAY HARLAN'S BILL PASSES The second of the two constitutional amendments, which will be submitted to the people of Kentucky at the 1919 election, was passed by the Senate Wednesday morning. It is the Harlan bill, submitting an amendment under which laws can be passed for the removal of Judges and peace officers who fail to protect their prisoners from mobs. -- Mrs. W. H. Thornton, 3523 W. 10th St., Little Rock, Ark., writes: "My little boy had a severe attack of croup and I honestly believe he would havo died if it had not been for Foley's Honey and Tar. I would not be without it at any price, as it sure does the work." Best remedy known for coughs, colds, whooping cough. Sold Everywhere. "IT SURE DOES THE WORK" JONES for at again and again. After the war he studied for the ministry and becom ing interested in mission work, he talent to DovXe(n Want Your Kidneys Exeprl- - gave much of his time and sprrpfairvn wnn f Var . ." i i"iirl--w"T' s..". nttrrSmlBlions-sfothe atate ot Texas jr?? JimBniM un and six years LJrteyIF6ubles are getting more in Arkansas. he held a similar office For years he had been .lilnmbn ' every day. Government a member of the State Mission Board tBMkvbLroau figures say deaths .from and thpre was no more earnest S MitW.sro 72 npr.Vpnt. more-tha-- n twice nijlrrjt,iliUi m5rrvrM.1r..n muw .uijituubii ruuin Anybody who suffers constant ner, of uciii luiaa is also survived Texas. He who feels blue, nervous bv several children including Miss backache, irritable ;who has dizzy spells, head- Mary Early, of this city, who was ache and urinary disorders should her father's idol, if he had one. His suspect kidney weakness. Overwork- dgvotion to wife and daughter was ed kidneys must have a rest. Take as beautiful as it was apparent. thing easier; live more carefully. As a preacher, Dr. Early was con Take a good kidnev remedy to build sidered among the .biggest in the the kidneys up again. South. A man of striking personal But be sure to get Doan's Kidney ity, a heart that was almost as big oldest, the most widely as his body, and an intense love lor Pills the used, the best' recommended of all mankind, he was a success in bringkidney pills, now in use all over the ing men and women to better lives. civilized world. Don't experiment Rev. O. E. Bryan, who preached his with your kidneys. Thousands have funeral, told the writer that between already tested Doan's. You have their the, age of 40 and 60 his work was experienge. to go by. Plenty of cases wonderful and many hundreds had right here in Stanford. Here's one: been made to turn away from the Mrs. S. E. Owsley, R. F. D. No. 4, ways'of the world by his superb efsays: "I had severe pains in my back forts in the pulpit and among the and my limbs ached and were badly people. swollen. My kidneys throbbed and Dr. Early loved men and he did his ached and were sore. My head also utmost to save them. He.never gave ached and I had dizzy spells and my up any sinner, it mattered not how hips were so sore and painful they low he sank. As long as the soul caused me a great deal of annoyance. was there he tried to save it. Ho I used all sorts of remedies with lit- Drobablv was closer to those who tle benefit. Three boxes of Doan's have not made professions, than any Kidney Pills put me in good shape preacner wno nas ever uvea nere. and the aches and pains left me." Men went to hear him who would 'Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't not go to hear other preachers. Dr. simplv ask for a kidney remedy Early had struck at the psychological get Doan's Kidney Pills the same moment with them and had made burn Co. Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. them his friends. They will miss the grand old gentleman and as the RAY TANNER ENLISTS result of his taking away they all Ray C. Tanner writes his parents, carry bleeding hearts. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tanner, of McDr. Early was a grand christian Kinnev, that he left March 9th for character. He did right as he be Fort Oglethorpe. Ga.. having enlisted lieved right and there was no com in the 37th Engineer's Corps. He was promise with sin or treason anv sent to Fort Oglethorpe for further where. The evil deed of the rich physical examination and from there man was as quickly disapproved by he goes to Fort Meier, Va. .This corps him as was a good turn by a poor as soon as mobilized sails for France. one commended. No man doubted two his standing on any subject and his Young Tanner left McKiney years ago to accept a position with life was as near an open book as the Jerry Coal Iron and railroad that of any person in the writer s company. He was promoted from knowledge. Pity it is there are not time to time and now holds a lucra- more like him. tive job and one he appreciated, yet An evidence of the respect for the when the chief clerk asked him if he deceased was shown Thursday after could not wait for the draft, he said : noon when all business of every kind "I must enlist as a true American, was stopped from 2 to o'clock durI can not shirk the duty I owe my ing the funeral and burial. Such a country." With the promise of his thing is seldom done here, but selold position on his return from dom in many years has Stanford France, Tanner leaves Birmingham. been called upon to give up such a While this war is sad in all respects, man as Dr. Early was. his parents feel proud of the disposiThe funeral was preached at the tion and spirit which he has shown church by Dr. O. E. Bryan, a warm in this matter. friend of the deceased, whose affection for the doctor was so great that Cut This Out It Is Worth Money he could not suppress his grief. Don't miss' this. Cut out this slip, Tears rolled down his cheeks as he enclose with five cents to Foley & spoke affectionately of his good Co.. 2835 Sheffield Ave.. Chicago, friend and fellow worker, ana exwriting your name and address clear tolled the virtues of the good man. ly. You will receive in return a trial The service was a very simple one, package containing Foley's Honey but it was beauutui and impressive, The church was and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds notwithstanding. ad croup, Folev Kidney Pills and Fo- crowded and there was scarcely, a The ley Cathartic Tablets. dry eye in the great crowd. doctor's favorite songs were beau MRS FRANCIS MOVES STORE tifully sung by a quartette composed Mrs. Rella Arnold Francis, who of Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Welburn, Miss has conducted a millinery store in Minnie Straub and Mr. T. D. Raney. tho rooms over the Lincoln Pharma Drs. Welburn. Brazelton and Bruce. cy, has moved her stock of goods to all took part in the services. The the Alcorn bulldlne on Lancaster Masons, of which order ur, gariy street. Mrs, J. C. Lynn, who occupied had been a member for many years, the rooms with her millinery busi- had charge of the burial. ness, has closed out her steek. There were a number ox beautiful floral tributes, including one from ADJOURN UNTU. NEXT MONDAY the Masons and another from the The Boad ef gunervisers, com- church. Dr. Early was very much posed of Messrs. J. BBenaker, W, interested in the Liberty Service, T., Tucker and W,. 8. BMtry, after League, of which he was a charter organising Mender adjourned over member, and his League pin and At fka Ked . Cross button were placed w until itAvf TkS.iMilaM Aw --r "" "? books havieer fcMed to aarive from the lapel of hie burial robe. . Frankfort sPi Ivory heart in the community ""SEE MOZART. CLUB PRESENTS FLAG GRAND' OLD SOLDIER GOES TO HIS REWARD. At tho ci&pel hour at the Stanford" High Schoel Monday, the Mozart Dr, .Early is dead. Those arc sad Club, composed of music pupils, pre- words to every human being who sented an'attractive program, pre- knew tho 'splendid old soldier of tho senting to the school as a gift from cross, for to know him was to like the Club a beautiful service, flag of him. The end came at his home on seventeen stars, some of which are East Main street at 2:40 Wednesday A to be added. On tho rostrum were afternoon after a brief illness. seated Miss Ellen Ballou, sponsor month ago Dr. Early became trou for the Club, Misses Annette Wear-e- n. bled with sciatic lheumatism. but ex Anna K. Matheny. Nancy K. Mc cept for tho pain it gave him, little Kinney, Annie V Craig, Rachel Hill, attention was paid it Ten days ago Mary Bailey, Clara Cash, Frances the pains became severer and when Embry, the latter of whom presided he returned from Louisville the mid at tho piano. Rev. W. D. Welburn; die of last week a physician was sumAttorney K. S. Alcorn, the speaker moned with hope of relief. All that of the morning, and Prof. M. L. Ca- could be done for the grand old man ncer. "The Star Spangled Banner" was without avail, however, and last was sung, led by Miss Elizabeth Hig- - Tuesday morning it was announced gins. "Keep the Home rires Burn- that uraemlc poison had set in and ing," wa,then beautifully sung by that his condition was alarming. He K. McKinney and grew rapidly worse end by noon had Misses fcancy Mayme Sirjgleton. Prof. Canecr then sunk into a stupor from which he turned the exercises over to tho Mo- never rallied. That evening his case zart Club. Miss Ballou told of some was announced hopeless and he gradof the things the Mozart Club has ually sank until the summons came. Dr. Early had been pastor of the done and spoke in the most touching terms of the bovs who have been First Bnptist Church of this city for called to the colors. Attorney K. S. nearly five years, coming to Stanlie labored Alcorn expressed his patriotism in no ford from Monticello. uncertain terms. He spoke especially unceasingly in his work here and it of the sjmbolical meaning of our is probable that his strenuous efflag and said that it must rcmain'our forts to build up his church and win part toV'Keep the Homo Fires Burn-intr.- " souls for Christ shortened his days. MIjs Rachel Hill then civo the Late last fall he held a meeting here Teadinp1. "The Mother on tho Side- - and for fifteen days preached twice walk."'The Club's secretary read the daily. It was too much for his adnames oi thosc-iormstudents now vanced years and it is believed that in servm as follows: Lynn Davis, ha had never been as strong as beBailey and Joe Hill, enlisted in the fore. A few Sundays ago Dr. Early Navy;SJ. T. Wilkinson, in the hospi- was taken ill during his sermon and tal Corps; Sam Embry, Stith Noe. had to dismiss his congregation. Ho James Cooper, Clarence ' Cooper, attributed that to a bad stomach, Prescott Brown and Bryan Perkins, and Sunday before last he preached in theAviation Corns: Weslev Em an unusually strong sermon from his bry, Fie.d Secretary; Wallace Single pulpit The next morning he went ton. Wm. JUoblev and Harrv Rein- - on an early train to Louisville to at hart, in the National Army; Lieut, tend a meeting of the mission board, Harry: l'armer, infantry and Lieut. of which he was a member. The trip Hubertv Carpenter, Cavalry. Miss Mc- - was a hard one and he never recovered from it. Ainney president of the Club, Born in the South and a Southern flag, which was accepted thfi school by Prof. Caneer in sympathizer. Dr. Early enlisted with for4 the Cbnfederates in the Civil War fitting Helms. On the outside, visitor sang "America;" and fought from 1861 to 1865. He ReV. burn led in prayer and the was as gallant a soldier as ever fol Senisrff.bovs hoisted Old Glory and lowed Lee, and although in his teens splendid ser he thc1ew service flag to the top of when for-th- e entered, hiswere rewarded vices South er mentioned as "Good Roads Week." March 20th, is the day we are asking the people to work the roads and furnish three londs of rock or gravel. However, if it is not convenient to work thnt day it can be done later, but the important thing is to dothe work at the earliest possible time. Tho only objection wo have met with on this proposition is the unusually busy time with the farmers. We will grant this, but everybody is busy who is not a slacker. Tho people of Lincoln county must awaken tp tho fact that road building is of first importance because Lincoln county is an agricultural county and it requires roads to develop agricultural sections. We aro asking for this work to be done now, in order to give immediate relief to tho road situation. Then later on when the busy season is over with people generally, we are going to ask for another road day. We are asking every one to join in this movement and make a concentrated effort over the entire county. We have met with much encouragement from the people. Have not approached a single person on tho subject who has not readily agreed to do what has been asked and in most cases promised double. Let us have it said of Lincoln county that we have improved our roads without having to levy an additional road tax. B. W. Givens, S. T. Harris, W. G. Gooch, R. L. Hubble, W. P. Grimes, ,.' Jr. af HERElv . fnm".-vnftr r 'as &- SERVICE FLAG UNVEILING. The "Hocker Class" of the Christian Sunday School has presented the church with a beautiful Service Flag to be hung in the Auditorium in .honor of the men from this church "with the colors." Sunday morning, March 17th, has been set as the time when the flag will be unveiled, and a special program has been arranged for ' that occasion. An invitation is being extended, to tho families of the men and s"eats wjll be reserved for them. The auditorium will be tastily decorated with flag3 and potted plants. The flag will cbntain thiry., i. teen stars, representing11 the' fqHaw-- " ing names, which will ocedpy a" place on the "Honor Roll" by the side of the flag: Sherman Anderson, Wm. Bell Bryan, Hubert Carpenter, Clear-enc- e Cooper. James Cooper, Wesley Embrv, Hugh' Reid Foster", John N. ' Menefee, Jr. Ernest Peoples. Bryan Parkins. John Owsley Reid, Clai- - .1 Wilkergon bornp.Cv.'Wftltorj . 7; -- I "Sword of the Lord and 'Gideon;" Scripture Lesson, Ephesians, sixth chapter; Prayer, by the Minister; Hymn, "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross;" Lord's Supper; Hymn, "Onward Christian Soldier;" Presentation of Service Flag. J. S. Hocker; Duet, ",Keep the Home Fires Burning," Misses Bailey and Powell. Response for the Church, Minister Howard J. Brazelton. "America," Congregation. Benediction. ad-mr- er fife' oHowilffinhtmrram :. Kyftjn, Mm GOVERNOR ADMIRED DR. EARLY Gov. A. O. Stanley was a great of Dr. M. D. Early and he expressed deep sorrow when informed over the phone of his death Wed- nocilnv nffornnnn. Wo tnlfl Dr. VI. J. Brown, who was speaking to him, that he nad formed a strong attach- ment for the doctor and that one of the greatest of the pleasures he expected when he came here to address the Liberty Service League next Friday night, 22nd, was to again meet and talk to the grand old man. "I considered him one of Kentucky's big men, as well as one of her added the governor. -- very-best,- " FAIR MEETING SATURDAY The stockholders and officers of the Lincoln County Fair Association e are called to meet at the in Stanford at 2 o'clock next Saturday afternoon, March 16th. Tho question of a fair for 1918 will be decided at the meeting and it is urgent that every stockholder be present and vote on the matter. B. W. 2t Givens, President. court-hous- the torch. A Short But Strong Statement Women with backache, rheumatic pains, sore, muscles, stiff joints or other symptoms of kidney trouble read this statement from Mrs. S. C. Small. Clayton, N. M.: "Foley Kidney Pills nave done me more good than all other medicines." They strengthen weak kidneys and banish bladder ailments. Sold Everywhere. SERVICE TONIGHT MEMORIAL The members of tho Liberty Ser vice League, at their meeting in tho county court room tonight, will hold memorial services for their departed brother member, Dr. M. U. Early, it is hoped that every member of the League will be present The Pennsylvania Flier was wreck ed near Lancaster, Pa., and 18 peo ple were killed. The Federal House ratified the Federal prohibition amendment 27 to sleep-disturbi- er day and the flying machines were either burned or ruined. It is not known how the fire originated but it is possible that a German spy applied AEROPLANES BURNED A freight car containing an aeroplane or two caught fire while going thro' Kings Mountain tunnel the oth- K --- i -- Miss Ruth Allen, daughter of Mrs. James Allen, is dead at Somerset William Minor Taylor, aged 85, is dead at Somerset oes out to Mrs. Early and Miss ary Early in their irreparable lose. Friends are doing all they can to help them bear their great grief and prayers from many hearts ascend the throne in their behalf. Surely their cup of sorrow is full to 6. o V A ') j .k. tjm P Page Two l The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, CRAB ORCHARD Mrs. Louis Bell has been very sick for some days, but is able to sit up a K EEP 1 cup caekatl oataaal or reHJ 1 cup flottf improvement. lJtf cups com Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Cherry 2 UblpooM tliart wring ltupoeaMk went to Cincinnati Monday for lSfcMpamUc 8 UtiNM Ryml Bkfcf Pw4r spring goods for the firm. 2 tabtopMaa Mfar Mr. Tom Havs Bronaugh has ac cepted a position with Mrs. Willis at Sift togathtr flour, corn meal, salt, baking powder and togar. the springs for this season. Add oatmeal, melted ahortenlng and milk. Bake In greaaed Mr. Robert Thompson has had his shallow pan in moderate oven 40 to 45 minutes. large front yard plowed and will plant it in something useful. This wholesome bread Is easily, and quickly made with the aid of Mr. John Stephenson, Jr., came " The Perfect Laxative home from Dayton, Ohio, Sunday and will remain during the season. Mr. Wood Peters has been very low with pneumonia, but is improvis as a positive ing slowly, we arc so glad to state. bread Mrs. Russell Dillion remains about place of times for the same, not much improvement. would save more 22 million families United States, Mr. Proctor was some better Wednarcotic free from opiates nesday. 900,000 barrels of flour month. Dr. Pennington, a dentist from is drugs. London will practice his profession Our new Red, White, and Blue booklet. "Best War Time Recipes", here. At present he is in the Phillips containing many other recipes for making delicious and wholesome & Jonca office. wheat saving foods, mailed free address Mesdames Pettus and Collier went everywhere fifty one dollar. to lay in their to Louisville Sunday New York ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO, H, 135 Williwn spring millinery. Miss Bird Perkins accompanied them. A TRIAL BOTTLE CAN HB OBTAINED, FREH OF CHARGE, BY WRITING Mrs. Jamie Carpenter returned a ILL. ST., MONTICELLO, TO DR. W. B. CALDWILL, Ail WASHINGTON few days since from a most pleasant visit with her sister, Airs .Bragg Thompson in Cincinnati. We forgot to state in our last letItov. Asher, pastor of Fairview, ter that Miss Ethel Powell, of StanSAUFLEY Miss Sarah Sampson spent Sunday was delighted over such a largo ford, came up to attend the play Following a representation made NOW ALL TOGETHER ONE OF THOSE "LESS" DAYS given at tho college here a few days by Senator Basil Richardson as to afternoon with Miss Bessie Bourne. crowd Sunday morning. Tho we have to skimp ad save, Little Jack Horner has returned since. Miss Elizabeth Lovell, Miss Mamie Miss Mamie Lewis tJ the meningitis situation at Glasgow, We are going to see it thru, Sat in a corner Lewis, Misses Jennie and Sarah home from a visit to friends and relThere was a dance at the home of Gov. Stanley ha3 ordered the State Tho we have to toil and slave, Ealing his Hoovcrizod pie; Sampson, Miss Bessie Bourne and atives in Danville. She reports a very Mrs. Daisy Hunt Saturday night and Board of Health to send snecialists We are going to see it thru. He took a big bite two sisters attended services at Fair-vie- enjoyable visit. one at the Parrish Hotel Tuesday to that city and give what aid is pos- Tho we have to starve and freeze, g Of crust far from white, Sunday morning. Mr. Henry Bourne, of near Shelby night, and the element oiuiu in icuuviiiK me situation, viov. We will not go on our knees The flour being nearly all rye. Miss Ncal Adams is still on the City, was up looking at his farm certainlv enjoyed both occasions. Stanley has also called unon Feder To an insane brute's decreea sick list, we are sorry to say. Wednesday. Mr. Ed Gooch has bought the old al authorities for aid in preventing We are going to see it thru. Old Mother Hubbard, Mr. J. T. Roberts and son, Frank, Carson home and proposes to tear a spread 01 tne disease. She went to the cupboard were in town Tuesday. Alex Crawford, of Breathitt coun down the old structure and replace Tho the laSt man takes a g'un, To get her poor dog a bone; Mr. Hubert Ware motored to ty, a member of the Legislature that it with something better as soon as All books dealing with manu- We are going to see it thru. But when she got there Stanford Monday afternoon. Uncle Sam will allow anyone to lacture or use of high the seated Goebel, is dead. explosives We are back of Washington, The cupboard was bare, build. have been removed from the open ty e are Kuing to Bee it inru. "My goodness," she cried, Montez Fish together with six of shelf and reference rooms of the "" Tho beset by woe and fears, .& "it's a meatless day!" his Louisville friends took a pleasure Louisville Free Public Library. This And a tide of blood and tears trip to Atlanta, Ga., this week during action was taken following an order If it takes a hundred years. a vacation from business. They were irom tne war department. It is A HAPPY LIFE We are going to see it thru. pleased Roy K. Moulton. Philadelphia Bulletin: Mrs. MugAvoid Its Dangerous Stage. sprays, inhalers, atomizers, jeiues greatly people. with the Southlands pointed out that such books might and its prove a menace in the hands of engers I see a prominent society belle There is a more serious stage of and other local applications. Two more soldiers for life's bat- emy aliens. S. S. S. has proven a most satisfacis dead ; if there ever was a perfectly-blissfuA TEXAS WONDER Catarrh than the annoyance caused tles came to this week. One by the stopped-u- p existence on earth, she enair passages, and tory remedy for Catarrh because it will stay with town and Mrs. Walter The Texas Wonder cures kidney Mr. Maj. Gen. March. Chief of Staff, lived. the hawking and spitting and other goes direct to its source, and reMcGoodwin, the other with Mr. and and bladder troubles, dissolves gray-- , joyed it while sheBecause she was a moves the germs of the disease from Mr. Muggers 'distasteful features. Mrs. Thomas Shaw. No names assicn- - denied reports that France had apcures diabetes, weak and lame society belle? to the The real danger comes from the tho blood. Get a bottle from your ed either as yet, but their appear- pealed troops. United States to send Mrs. Muggers No, more He tendency of the disease to continue druggist today, and begin the only ance has caused much joy in two ment of men was declared the move- backs, rheumatism, and all irregular- was engaged twenty-fou- r because she going forward sat- ities of the kidneys and bladder in times and its course 'downward until the lungs logical treatment that gives real rehomes. isfactorily. become affected, and then dreaded sults. You can obtain special medical Our postmaster has returned from pleased withSecretary Baker is much both men and women. Regulates never married. his reception in France. consumption is on your path. Your advice without charge by writing to a visit to relatives in Indiana. We bladder troubles in children. If not own experience has taught you that Medical Director, 27 Swift LaboraA jury sentenced Mrs. Belle B. certainly have a right to feel proud sold by your druggist, will be sent by Hussey, who has an income fhc disease- cannot be cured, by tory, Atlanta, Ga. George Gilmore. aged 60 and a of our postmaster and his assistants of $500-n month, to spend a month in jail who do all in their power to render traveling man, was found mail on receipt of $1,00. One bottle impartial treatment to all classes dead in bed in his apartments at Leb- is two months' treatment, and sel- for refusing to provide for her aged: n and. are patient and courtequsv with anon. Death was due to locomotor dom fails to perfect a cure. Send for father, John B. Shockency, formerly-wel- l every one. known in Kentucky trotting ataxia. Among those who survive sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, Cassie Norris. colored, one of the him is a sister, Mrs. G. W. Riffe, of 2926 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. horse circles. She was indicted under the Indigent Parent Act. Sold by druggists. best known cooks in all this region, Tyrone, Okla. died this week and was buried in tho colored folks cemetery Saturday. She belonged to days and was much respected by many people heie. She has prepared many fine meals for the visitors at the Springs and was in every way worthy of tho good will and respect she received at the hands of her white friends who grieved at her death. Mrs. L. F. Jones, of this city, re- -' ceived the sad news of the death of her cousin, Mrs. Harry Skelley at Winchester. Mrs. Skellev will be re- memuereu oy many ot our young people as the beautiful and accomplished Miss Myrtle Porter, who visited Dr. and Mrs. Jones often. Two . of her brothers are in the U. S. ser vice ad one of these, Will Porter, arrived before her death, but the other who is at Hattiesburg, Miss., could not be heard from. Rev. Wright preached two splendid sermons at the Christian church Sunday and all who heard them were pleased both with his delivery and enthusiasm. He met the Sunday school teachers in the afternoon and gave them much useful advice as to how to enlarge the school. His work hero starts in a most promising manner. But our church will never for- . r.,... get the earnest work of Rev. C. E. Wyatt and often refers to his labor Hustonville, Ky. Four-Passeng- er of love and his enthusiasm for the church's welfare. or young your children in good health The greatest menace to health in old is constipation.1 little. away. Mr. Otto Watson, of Brodhcad, moved into the Manual property Mrs. Daisy Hunt is assisting in the Cherry Store while Mr. Cherry is How to Make Oatmeal Bread Healthful to Eat Saves the Wheat Mrs. David Street is critically 111 at her home near town with little Wednesday. r Dr. Caldwell's tI Syrup Pepsin remedy recommended constipation mild and gentle in its and action and the In countless homes it standard family remedy. Druggists cents and ROYAL BAKING POWDER a week in in the If used three than a it white by the Dpt St, FOOD WILL WIN THE WAR w fun-lovin- Don't Let Catarrh Drag You into Consumption - l - a well-know- Closing Out Shoes 150 Pair Men's and Boys' Work Shoes Peters Line CLEAN, ante-bellu- m NEW STOCK $5.50 values, now $4.50 values, now Boys Shoes 1 $3.50 $ .50 to $3.25 . $4.SO Riffe Brothers THE RED CROSS NURSES OF EUROPE ARE GIVING TOASTED CIGARETTES TO THE BOYS To anyone who doern't know cf the wonderful advances that have been made in the preparation ot smoking tobaccos in the last few ycara it may sound ctranca to epeak of toasted cissrettC3. Strictly speaking, wa should cay cigarettes made of toasted tobacco; the smokers of this country will recognise it more readily by its trade name, "LUCKY STRIKE "the toasted cigarette. The American Tobacco Company are producing millions of there toasted cigarettes and these are being bought in enormous quantities through the various tobacco funds conducted by the newspapers of the country and forwarded through tho Red Cross Society to the boys in France. This new process of treating tobacco cot only improves the flavor of the tobacco but it oeaU in this flavor cad makes the cigarettes keep better. Tho RvJ Pros nnrs ti n1mw nlnl tn have a cigarette for tho wounded 6oldier, m. In most instances, thai .a tha first lhin3 asked f or Tho Urgent Deficiency Appropriation Bill, carrying $1,800,000,000, with its legislative riders authorizing sale of all enemy proporty in tho United States and purchase by the Government of tho Gorman-ownewharves at Hoboken, N. J., was passed by tho Senate. Tho bill had already passed tho IIouso and now goes to conference. d Announcing the Chandler Sport Model four-passeng- M r VJb-- m With an Avery Kerosene Tractor you can plow when you are ready. Hot weather or hard ground can't stop you. And wet we .ther will not put you back long. You can even plow day and night if necessary. Avery Kerosene Tractors arc also light weight enough so that you can do your discing, harrowing and seeding without fear of injuring your seed bed. Getting your reed in good condition is of vital importance. It spells the difference between good crops and poor ones. fm??mi$m sajasfiijr ft v bVw J WA-.r .WUfc. . ti7T'T.a: that incorporate most careful thought for your thorough comfort and convenience in the details of appointment and equipment. Of striking design, with high hood and radiator and low-cbody, this attractive new Chandler model at a glance gives tho true efficiency of performance. impression of power, speed and It has very liberal seating accommodations for four passengers, rides wonderfully and is mounted upon the regular Chandler wheels and a gear ratio of chassis except that 3.78-- 1 are used. The body, hood and radiator arc painted in a beautiful electric blue, highly finished. Running gear and fcutters are black. Five white wire wheels are offered as extra equipment, list $110. of open and enclosed or convertible cars " Sport Model completes this new ADDITION ofattractive group of Chandler body types six designs er ut all-'roti- nd thirty-two-in- ch No Farm Too Small or Too Big'for An SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES Roadster, S1S9S Sport Model, S 1675; Fivo Wlnto Wiro Wheels, 3 1 10 Extra Convertible Sedan, S229S Convertible Coupe, S219S Limousine, 32893 '' (Alt prices F. O. D. Cleveland) - r$fe-- MS? Veart Seven-Passeng- er Four-Passeng- Avery Kerosene Tractor No matter what sizo your farm is there is a size Avery Kerosene Tractor to fit it. They are built in six sizes. The fivo larger sizes are built alike and have tho same design. Also havo many exclusive features, such as renewable inner cylinder walls, patented sliding framo transmissions and Avery Duplex Gabifier, tho new device which turns kerII. P. Tractor to you. Also osene into gas. Let mo demonstrate an get an Avery 1918 catalog which describes fully tho completo Avery lino of tractors, plows, separators, motor cultivators and planters, etc. 8-- Touting Car, S1S9S er - Four-Passeng- er D. H. PREWITT, Danville, Ky. J. O. Newland, Stanford, B4 lmAi Ky. 1 1 C Uel&S3LIl tWtWkWkWkWkWKfkm kmW Mil 1 Maj. Armand Romain, Republican National Committeeman for Louisiana, is dead. MOTORXAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND HA NDLER WHWWHHPVBMMV f The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, of Bcrca. was a visitor hero Thursday. miss ueiie uenny, of Stanford, is visiting Mrs, Robert Walker, Mrs. M. B. Arnold, of Anderson, Ind is with her daughter. Mrs. Bur- dctto Ramsey. Air. u. w. White and family wero the guests of relatives in Vnlley View Sunday. Miss Jennie Murohv. of near Rich mond, was the week-engue3t of Miss Emmn uurcmn. Miss Burdctta Ramsey has recovered from a case of dyphthcria and is able to bp in school again. Bom. to Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Cald well, February 27th, a girl, who has been christened Anna Francis. Master Sauficy Hughes, of Lancaster, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcs Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Davis, of Jackson, are guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs, W. F. Parks. Mr. Laban Kirk has taken possession of the store vacated by Mr. nnd will conduct a general merchandise business. Mr. Burdctte Ramsey has a sow with a remarkable record, having farrowed 18 pigs, 17 of which are living with fine prospects of raising them all. Miss Estolla Walker is at Norton Infirmary undergoing treatment this week. Her many "friends arc dad to know she is improving and will soon bd able to return home. J .M. Mct'cnlf nnd family are moving to Lancaster. The Rod Cross chapter met with Mrs. .Harry McWhorter last week. Twelve members were present and 10 dozen 4x4 compresses made. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Woods Walker nnd a lartjc attendance is requested as we have a good supply of gauze. d Mct-cal- f, 1- -2 Page Ihree PAINT LICK Mrs. E. C. Cornolison. Furniture, Rugs, Cook Stoves, Ranges Our stock is fully complete in all these lines and by taking advantage of the markets in buying all our goods in the early season, our prices you will find to be normal. This large attractive quarter-sawe- d Oak Dining Table as you see illustrated here, is of a beautiful, rich Goldh en Oak Finish, with top, 6 feet long when it is opened. These tables wc have always gotten $27.50 for them. By purchasing these early in the season, and in large quantities, we can sell thecs tables this season at the low price of 54-inc- sK u4 '' vwS ' f'i'i1' W' ' 1 'tN Vn9 which is an exceptionally good value. $22.50 Our Rug and Floor Covering Department is fully up to the standard this season yith some of the most beautiful patterns we have ever yet shown in Rugs and Linoleums. Give us a trial order, and be convinced that our goods are the best for less money. app-SIat- on Furniture Co. CANADIAN SEED IS If 5yi (J 1 Pi 13 Mixture of air and vapor from a is always risht. It's worth waitinjr for. Always dSfrfW benzol petroleum or alcohol are usII IeJjS S3 come. Never shirks its work. Never fails. Never Jffl ed in a new blow pipe invented in wastes minutes or materials and I Anew it's pure and SfTt lu llflfll MP KM at wholesome, cs Calumet contains only such ingredients Europe. j! Hr as have, been approved officially by the U. S. Food II il)lj H M p5j W A scientist after making investigation in Hawaii, has come tb the You save when you buy it you we ivjm i'o I" se if. H T iIII!rI u2 ffi conclusion that a volcano is hottest KlMSi 91 Off a WlVWE'Gn"' Qnniitr on surface. Most fruits contain from 75 to 95 per cent, water, and a remainder of woody fiber or cellulose, fruit sugar anKminerals. One of the easiest ways to cool an W. T. Ogden has purchased a farm of 233 acres, on the Leetown pike, in Woodford county, from J. W. Wilson county field, and Mr. Webb feels liams, as an investment. The price LEASES HIS OIL RIGHTS W. C. Webb, of Lincoln county, confident that his place is located was not made public, but it is said land in that section has been selling was hero last week en rout-- home right to make it worth a lot of mon at about ?100 per acre. from Jaehson county where he owns pm in him. He has noeri livintr in Lin a farm which he has just leased to: for several vears and crows tobacco Frank Manus, Jr., was found not the purpose of drilling for oil. There in the Hubble section. Richmond guilty of the murder of his wife. An is quite a lot of activity in the Jack Register. nette Manus, in New Albany last De cember. wel- I I i. SKr "You little Tascnl played alone the way, didn't you? Kept grandma waiting! Oh well, it's all right. Because Always Welcome l fllflll 1jll jll CALUMET BAKiNCS POWDER III I 111 I ljll it II llllll s H H lil3l lii H PH I 111 THE HIGHWAY Walter F. Brooks, U. S. Senior Highway Engineer, arrived at Livingston, Monday for the purpose of making rcconnoisance of the differe ent proposed routes of Highway, between that point and the mouth of Parker's Creek, up the river to connect with Laurel county, constituting the "gap" now existing in that highway, between the north and south. " At a meeting of Rockcastle Fiscal Court on March 8th, the original "river route," as ordered by a former court, was endorsed with an added proviso, that in case said route was not acceptable to the U. S. Government, then said Federal authorities were at liberty to designate a route suitable and acceptable to them. The Government proposes to e give $50,000 and the Highway people the same amount to be used in completing this gap. The amount has already been subscribed It is intended to rush the construction and if possible get ready for travel this year. The Dixie Highway traverses forty miles in its passage through Rockcastle, thirty-thre- e miles of which have been graded and a portion has bc,en macadamized. DIX1E-BOONE Successors to A. F. Wheeler Furniture Company Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store, Danville, Kentucky overheated oven is to stand a basin of cold water in it. Over 300,000 loads of sawdust and other mill waste wero used during last year in the United States for making paper pulp. On the Island of Man fresh herrings are packed in ferns and arrive of the United States patent office, at the market in as fresh a condition with Great Britain following closely. as when they were shipped. Sixty men per thousand are now Corn, with a value of $4,058,672,-00- 0 is the king of crops. Cotton is being killed in the war and about second with a value of 1,517,558,-00- 150 men out of each thousand are 0. Dixie-Boon- THINGS WORTH KNOWING An automatic saw sharpener has been invented that files each tooth to the same length and anle. Most of Japan's pearl divers are women, who begin to learn the trade at the age of 13 or 14. Franco is the best foreign patron SHORT Dixie-Boon- wounded. Frequent and moderate rain, such as constitutes the characteristics of The prosperity of Greater Tokio British climate, is the most effective City is shown by the increased taxes of all sanitary agencies. over last year, the average being 37 trade journals report that owing to short crops arid the utter failure to secure supplies from European countries, the fanners in Canada will have to look to the United States to help them out with a supply of seed. In the years past Canada has bought much of her vegetable and garden seed in France, Holland and Belgium. The lack of transportation and the hu:h rates for all freight shipped has affected both the prices and the supplies. Canadian per cent. In the eight tax collecJohn Burke, treasurer of the Unit- tion districts the total exceeds ed States, will speak in Lexington on yen ($49,500,000) ; the ratthe night of April 2 on behalf of the es of increase vary from 9 2 per cent, in the Yotsuya district to 50 Third Liberty campaign. per cent, in the Ryogoku and 72 per Mrs. Esther Parker Riggs, 23 years cent, in the Yeitel districts, where old, and "W. A. Malone, 03, were offices and residence of the nari- married at Hickman. kin are located. 1-- e--j PUBLIC SALEl Wednesday, March 27th WORK MULES horse mules, broke, good ones, are well mare mule, 16 hands high. the Attention! Farmers! You must get your Fertilizer orders in immediately. Also have car load of wire fence. Of course the Vulcan Plow is the best plow : : : : : made. Come to see me. .. VINOL RfflOVB At 10:00 O'clock A. M. Owing to declining health and a dissolution of a partnership business, we offer for sale the following described personalty, on the above date, consisting of: One aged pair; one pair coming mule; one matched; one THE CAUSE OF CHRONIC COUGHS A Constitutional Remedy That We Guarantee Lagrange, N. C "For years I suffered with a chronic cough, so I could not sleep nights and continued to lose flesh. My druggist asked me to try VinoL It cured my cough, I can sleep nights and have gained twelve pounds. Vinol is the best tonic and tissue builder I have ever taken." W. D. Ren, Lagrange, N. C. We guarantee Vinol for chronic coughs, colds and bronchitis. Not a patent medicine. Formula on every bottle. Your money back if it fails. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. DAVIS' STORE Frank Higgins bought a family mare from E. B. Manuel for SC4, J. L. Kidd and E. B. Manuel, of! Riland, were in to attend the Manuel sale, T. L. Tucker had another streak of bad luck, by losing a valuable horse that cost him $200 with spasmain very ill E. T. Pence, Jr., FIRE INSURANCE You fully realize Important? it. You would not allow your house to remain uninsured over night. Stanford JACKS AND JENNETS one Which Is More Urgent? LIFE INSURANCE Important? Oh yes, you intend to insure after awhile when "a little better able to do so." within a week or a year, than your house Is to burn. You will surely die. AH men do. You are more likely to die Four Jacks, extra good ones, from one to four years old, two ready for service big bone, heavy bodied kind; two black aged Jennets fine breeders, one one yearling. HORSES One combined saddle and harness mare; a good show mare; one mare pony well broke. one Pony; CATTLE x steers; three Shorthorn milk cows; two Jerseys; all to select calve this spring, by good bulls; four weanling calves, extra good ones. Twenty-si- Your house may never burn. Comparatively few buildings ever do. HOGS Twenty light hogs, good stock; two brood sows, ready to farrow. If your house does burn, your property is destroyed, but you can still provide for your loved ones. Your income remains unaffected, your earning capacity unimpaired. If your house is not insured at all, or for an insufficient amount, Death destroys at once and irrevocably, in whole or in part, the income that provided for the daily 'wants' of those you love, the income that was counted on to feed and clothe and educate your children. or for an insufficient amount, FARMING IMPLEMENTS of them new; three smoothing harrows; one alfalfa disc seeder, good "as new; corn wagon; one 1 horse wagon; hay rake, and many shelter; corn planter; one tools too numerous to mention. other smaller -- er; Dix cutter; hay tedder; binder; two mowing machines; two Four turning plows; two cultivators; two grain drills; corn crusher; manure spread- Disc harrows, one modic colic. If your life is not insured at all, YOU Your Wife and Babies Carry the Risk Your friend has had his home insured these thirty years, and has had no fire. He has been fortunate in that, though he has nothing now to show for the money paid out. Carry the Risk Your friend has had his life insured these 30 years, and is now an old man. He is fortunate in having lived, and he has something now to show for the money paid out. His cash value affords a comfortable support for his own declining years. Henry Ballard and wife both re at this writing. The public sale of Mrs. W. T. Manuel on her farm, was attended by a large crowd. Everything sold well. Garland James has rented the farm HARNESS one set fine double harness. Two sets wagon harness; plow gear; bridles; collars; single sets driving harness; for $60. home. They are going to wuconsm to reside. Jesse James is a very happy man over the arrival of a little girl at his The Sunday School at Pino Grove is going again at full speed pinco the cold weather has disappeared. Our fcph. Woods and family, recently of Paris, are visiting his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Woods. VEHICLES One family surrey; one runabout; two Frazier road carts. PROVENDER SO bales of straw; about 50 bales of Millet hay; about 100 bales of' crap grass and cow pea hay; some loose oat straw; about 200 barrels of corn. A few pieces household furniture, including on Estes Organ. About WHICH IS MORE URGENT? SEE ME TODAY! TERMS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON DAY OF SALE R. M. Newland Headquarters for All Kinds of Insurance L ., superintendent, Garland faithful James will feel disappointed if you and your ioiks dpn t all come next Sunday. C. C. & Jennie Carpenter - Found guilty by a general court-martial of refusing to obey orders, eight. National Army men from St. Paul, Minn., all professed Socialists, have been sentenced to long terms of imprisonment in the Leavenworth penitentiary. 2 1-- 2 Miles from Hustonville on the Bradfordsville Pike. COL. JOHN B. Dinwiddie Auctioneer. Dinner on the Grounds 'JSUUmrv L -ff- tfr-iiinnir MffllmtoJttilfiRlFr ' ; -- -- - , ' 'L,. K'Jttcfc -- LV "& "AW.- Page Four - . The mterior Jourhil, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, March 15, 19T8 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BUnftri, moHir. Jty., Condensed Report E. C. Waltea'aael J. H. Wrifffct (At fntr4 1 neondportefietptaft Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KY. AS MADE TO COMPTROLLER, v, tl4 " MARCH 4, 1918 RESOURCES O'Bnnnon htk been more honored than any member bf the Legislature from Lincoln" county in yenrs. Ho is now one of the rules committee which has the power over nil legislation from now till the close of the session next Wednesday nipht, nn honor coveted by every lawmaker. As we say of the horse, the, doctor is n thoroughly combined animal and works well any where ho is put; as well in the. sick room ns in the halls of legislation, or sclewhcre. Dr. W. B. SPRING CLOTHING JUST RECEIVED Now is the time for you to don your New Spring Wraps, as Winter has at last bid farewell. $393,479.36 100,000.00 52,787.50 21,650.00 790.82 War Savings Stamps 70,000.00 United States Certificates of Indebtedness.... 7,001.00 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures Cash, Due from Banks and U. S. Treasurer.. 160,392.54 Bills U. S. Bonds for Circulation Lincoln County and Other Bonds First and Second Liberty Loans Total LIABILITIES $806,101.22 LITTLE GIRL DIES SUDDENLY Tholma. the bricht little dauehter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dudderar, died at the homo of her parents near Goshen Tuesday and was laid to rest in the Goshen cemetery Wednesday after appropriate remarks at the grave by Mr. J. C. McClary. Little Thelma was almost 12 years old nnd was the idol of her parents, whose hearts are crushed now that she is no more. Great sympathy is felt for them. A throat infection from whfch she had suffered a few days brought nbout her untimely death. GOV. STANLEY IS COMING. Gov. A. O. Stanley phoned Dr. E. .7. Brown Wednesday afternoon that ho would be in Stanford Friday eve ning, March 22nd, nnd would take pleasure in addressing nn open meeting of the Liberty Service League. Lenguc members from the county as well as those of ndjoining counties will be here to hear the governor, and the big circuit court room will be crowded. We have received one shipment of "COLLEGIAN" CLOTHES, worlds greatest make, for fit, wear and style. We are showing only goods, and prices are just the same as ALL-WOO- L Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits Circulation Deposits Total $100,000.00 61,370.88 98,800.00 545,930.34 $806,101.22 1 The Deposits are the largest ever shown in a published statement by any bank in Lincoln County AFTER MORE DODGE CARS. L. F. Steele, accompanied by A. J. Adams, is in Detroit this week, after Dodge cars. They went with a Danville crowd, representing the Durham Sales Co. There are ten in the bunch nnd they will return with nn equnl number of those popular Dodge cars. 1 ,1 v ill II 1 before. -- ' III I "" ( STETSON HATS We also have received a new assortment of "STETSON" HATS this Spring's latest creation. Call and see our line before you buy, or you will be sorry. Wm. WHITLEY DATA WANTED ant or admirer from whom he might BURIED AT EPHESUS CHURCH Hon. Charles A. Weissart, of Hast- gain authentic information relating LouisJoe ings, Mich., of the Michigan Legisla- to Col. Whitley. Any data would be ville Delaney, who suicided inat Old Tuesday, ture, is preparing for publication a cordially received and those well Ephesus church was buriedafter rehistorical narrative of the Indians versed in the heroic annals of Lin- marks by Rev. J. Thursday W. Dishon. He was of Michigan. His coln county ould do well to contri- formerly and of work will contain a detailed account bute something to a worthy presen- vived by his Crab Orchard! He is surwife. of the battle of the Thames in which tation of this man of whom Kentucky he desires to give as much attention is very proud. Dr. Fred Multcher, of Kentucky as possible to the part played by Col. American troops on the Lunville University, has found some seed corn (William Whitley in that battle. Mr. the Weissart is deeply impressed with sector have occcupied and are hold- in the Western part of if'you State. Call want the noble and romantic character of ing enemy trenches northwest of some.him up at Lexington frontiersman and Peponvillers, which they forced the this Kentucky would be very glad to be in commu- Germans to abandon throusrh recent ONIONS Southport Yellow Uarr Taylor, of Lexington, has nication with any Whitley descend- - i raids and concentrated artillery fire. onions for your seed or eating Globe been arrested charged with the murpurposes. $1.25 a bushel at Harrv N. der of Hugh Casey in Louisville fur-trade- rs x McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" STANFORD, KY. Jones'. Stanford. . 22-- 2 Cremo Dairy Feed Fee;d, your milk cows Cremo Dairy, Feed. It is a mixlure of Cotton Seed Meal, Alfalfa Garage at Public Auction ON Our New Spring Goods Are Ready for Your Inspection We have a beautiful line of Fancy Voiles in all colors, s, Colored Irish Linens, Plain and Striped Taffetas, and Georgettes. Mes-saline- Saturday, Mar. 23, 2:30 p. m. 1 will sell to the highest bidder the following real estate Meal, Gluten Feed, Molasses and Mill Feed. We hava sold this feed for more than a year and know that it is fine for milk cows. 16.5 per cent protein. We have this in 100 lb. sacks. ONE CONCRETE BLOCK BUSINESS BUILDING in Lancaster, Ky., on the corner of Stanford and Buford streets. The building is three stories high, 40x100 feet, on a lot 80x135 feet. Plenty of space for additional buildings. This property is now used as a garage at a splendid rental. Large basement with concrete floor. Building suitable for any other business. It has paid the owners a large per cent on their investment. The sale is made on account of two of the owners having moved to another State and to close out the partnership. The property will positively be sold on the premises at the time named, to the highest bidder. Terms easy. Do not fail to attend this sale or you may miss a BARGAIN For further particulars inquire of J. H. Baughman & Co. XK0OBPOBATBD Our Low Shoes and, Pumps have arrived for Ladies, Men, Girls and Children. Dark Tan Oxfords, High and Low Heel Pumps in black, also white. Men's Oxfords in Mahogany, Tan and Black. We have a new and complete stock of Hats, Caps, Ties, Shirts, Collars, Belts, Sox, Underwear and Shoes for the Men and Boys. Overalls and Work Shirts for the working men. fi We can save you money. See our goods before buying t Dunlap Shoes for Spring Nifty styles for the young men; easy lasts for older men. A. J. WEDDLE & SON Hustonville's Leading Store $6.00 CRAB ORCHARD, $6.50 $7.00 KENTUCKY Hustonville, - Kentucky THE REAL ESTATE MAN SWINEBROAD LANCASTER, KY. W. E. PERKINS The Crash of Empires FIRST LECTURE -- ami WEEK-NIGH- T BY- Spring Sale on Good Used MEETINGS Monday, Mar. 18 "Why War? or the Cause of War.M AUTOMOBILES We have several good cars at attractive prices, such as Buicks, Overland, Studebaker & Fords. A good used car is a better purchase than a new one of inferior make. Storage Batteries Repaired Call and store your car with us when in DanV.r. ville - Oliver L Denslbw These meetings will be of unusual interest for Mr. Denslow has spent much time studying conditions leading up to the present war, also in searching the Bible for it may cast upon the future. any-light Tuesday, Mar. 19 'Can The Kaiser Succeed?" Wednesday, Mar. 20 HJfc- u a BWSBSMSHSSSW st Hill's Auditorium Formerly Odd Fellow's Hall a, The Danville Buick Co. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY L. B. CONN, Prop. Walnut Street, Phono 798 Lecturer-Evangeli- "The Searchlight of the Future." Thursday, Mar. 21 "Future World Peace." Friday, Mar. 22 "The Prince of Peace." DENSLOW Who will conduct a BIBLE OLIVER L. INSTITUTE at Hill'.. Audi-toriurbeginning Sunday, March 17, 1918. Sunday, March 17th, 7:15 SEATS FREE! r t r-- L (7" ,The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, March 15, 1916 ne CONDENSED Page Five STATEMENT OF The First National Bank STANFORD, KY. AS MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER, MARCH 4, 1918 RESOURCES Stii Clin AgMy In Fur Corns Peel Offl "Qcts-It- " gives Tho relief that tho way It makes from corn-pain- s corns and calluieu peel oft painlessly In one piece Is one of tho wonders of the world. The woman In Uw "GetsIt"-S- ee Overdrafts Loans and Discounts U. S. Bonds $ 50,000.00 2,150.00 First Liberty Loan 32,950.00 Second Liberty Loan ,... 222.70 War Savings Stamps U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness 28,000.00 $267,251.14 24.06 "Cat Ma 'Cctt-Qnlck! h Ettas Cora Pain aad Makes ConM fatl RUM OfIT Call on Walter Saunders for Jury money. Mrs. A. W. Carpenter was In Louisville this week. Misses Mary Dee and Margaret Beck arc visiting at Somerset, Mrs. Martin Welsh, Mr. and Mrs. Willi tm Johnson, of Diuivn ' nnd Mrs. II. S. Murdock, of Buckhorn, attended the burial of- - Dr. Early. Stith Noe, who recently underwent t an operation at C6lumbus. 0.. where he is training in the nviaton depart ment, 11 Betting along nicely, his many friends here will be glad to For Little Folks' Milder Ills "3iSi2 when the food disagrees, the play has been too strenuous, or the dreaded colds arc taking hold the housewife of experience has a tried remedy at hand. It has proved her helper for many years, and she knows its value. learn. &?ieH ' Other Stocks and Bonds Total 113,322.70 Real Estate and Fixtures Cash and Due from Banks :.:.: ...t:..:. , 44,380.62 7,400.00 118,953.95 $551,332.47 $ LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus Undivided Profits (Net) Circulation Deposits l! 50,000.00 33,000.00 5,769.16 49,700.00 412,863.31 Total $551,332.47 Mrs. J. S. Owslev has returned home after a lengthy visit to her mo-the- PERSONAL AND SOCIAL March 1G The. MacDowcll Recital Saturday evening at the Graded School Auditorium. March 21 Current Events Club will meet with Mrs. J. S. Rice at 2 o'clock. Mrs. T. W. Pennington, leader. Mr. G. B. Cooper is better. Mrs. W. M. Bright spent several days in Louisville. Mrs. W. R. Dillion is very ill at her home on Cedar Creek. Ray Powell is at home from Way-lanwhere he has a good job. Mr. B. E. Wagner and wife, of Lexington, are with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jacobs. Mrs. R. G. Hampton, of Lebanon Junction, spent several days with the homefolks here. Mrs. J. S. Owsley has returned from a protracted stay with her mother at Franklin. Virgil McMullin leaves today for Waco, Texas, to enter the aviation department of the army. Dr. Carl Wheeler has recovered from his illness and is able to be out again. Lexington Leader. Rev. 0. S. Bell, pastor of the tist church at Lebanon Junction, attended the buriel of Dr. M. D. Early. Dr. B. E. Giannini, of Pineyillc, has been the guest of his old friend, Mr. I. C. Livingston, out on R. F. D. Mrs. Katharine Farris Middleton is here talking Viava, a medicine whic has been of wonderful help for . f bothimcn and women. Mrs. Force Boston, of -- re at Franklin. d, Mrs. J. S. Rice has returned from a visit to her mother, Mrs. Mary Garnett, at Cave City. Proceeds of MacDowell Recital are for the Y. M. C. A. fund. Admission 15 and 25 cents. Miss Elizabeth Anderson, of Lancaster, has arrived to be in Mrs. Francis' Style Shop this season. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Carter and children left Wednesday morning for St. Croix, Ind., to visit her parents. Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon and Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey and Master Shelby Coffey went to Frankfort Thursday to spend a few days with Dr. W. B. O'Bannon. W. E. Spangler orders his I. J. changed from Cashmere, W. Va.. to Baptist church, arc holding a great e in Somerrevival at the set. John D.. Jr., believes that all churches will unite in the "great future church after the war." He can't get the trust idea out of his head. Regular services at the Baptist church Sunday morning. The entire membership is nkscd to be present as important business is to be attended to. Mr. Garland Singleton will conduct the services. Presbyterian Sunday. Church. March 17: Sunday School, 9:45; tho home, the shopper, tho dancer, the foot traveler, the man In the ofMorning Service, 11, sermon by the fice, tho clerk In tho store, tho Canvass Sunworker In the shop, have today, In pastor. tho this great discovery. "dota-It,- " corn day afternoon. All members are reone sure, quick relief from all quested to be at home. C. E. Meetand callus pains the ono sure, paining nt 6:30. Union Service at the makes corns como less remover that you would peel a Christian church. oil as easily ns banana. It takes 2 seconds to apChrstian Church Sunday School ply Gets-ItIt dries at onco. Then walk with painless Joy, oven with 10 o'clock. R. M. Blackerbv. Super litem enocs. iou Know your corn intendent. Lord's Supper nnd Mornwill loosen from your too pool it oft ing Worship, 11 o'clock. Service Flag with your finders. Try It. corn sufunvcling at thh service. Christian ferers, nnd you'll smile! Endeavor, 0:30 P. M. Union service "Gets-It- " Is sold at all druggists (you need pay no moro than 25 cents at this church at 7:15 P. M.; Rev. P. a bottle), or sent on receipt of price L. Bruce will preach the sermon. All by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. always welcome. Sold in Stanford and recommendElder 0. L. Denslow, who will ed as the world's best corn remedy speak at the Hill Auditorium next Sunday e'cning at 7:15 and each by The Penny Drug Store. night during next week, comes highPrinceton, that State. He writes that ly recommended by press and public. he has rented out his farm and will For someto time his work has been vhc State of Tennessee, confined work for a railroad company. the base of which has been at NashMr. G. M. Carter continues ill. Miss Annelle Carson is thought to ville. A cordial invitation s extended the public to hear him. be some better. Mrs. Milton Powell went to Cinbig closing Come to cinnati this morning to visit Mrs. Marshall Boone. sale of ladies' Mrs. ". George Crawford and children left today for LaFollette, shoes now goTenn., to visit relatives. Rigney was & Hen-dre- n on The aged Mr. J. F. taken very ill last night and uraemic Co., Danville, Ky. noison is feared. court-housEvery-Membcr ": WITH THE CHURCHES. Revs. Hunter nnd Staley, of the Peruna Tablets Are A Quick Aid They regulate the disturbed diges tion, free the overloaded stomach, overcome the cold, remove the catarrhal conditions and rebuild the strength. Peruna Is A Reliable Family Remedy It has proved that in innumerable households from Maine to California, and in foreign countries. It is the chief reliance in the American home for all catarrhal trouble eady-to-take, .kAA. and wherever a tonic is needed, in convalescence and as a preventive. In tablet form it is ever a real life insurance. If you haven't used it in this form, get a box today. "THE PERUNA COMPANY Colombo, Ohio ..fa ''" -- ' When You Are In Town Drop In and See the and hear it play. It is the greatest of its kind on the market. Listen to its sweet tone. Sold by Masterphone the out children's ing at Parks The Lincoln Pharmacy The Phone No. 27 A and 3iBgg Store Stanford, Ky. .... . i fc i: : I ,il I STUNNING VARIATIONS OF THE NEW r aw t i.i w s(fT m il1 v SLENDER SILHOUETTE .iii; ' .& Cv2? jzssmm v t OFFERED TODAY jT burg, is at Elixir Springs for a nervous trouble, from which she has suffered for several months. MacDowell Socictv and pupils of Expression Class will give an enjoyable entertainment Saturday evening at Graded School Auditorium. sevMrs. W. B. O'Bannon spent eral davs at Frankfort with her husband, Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, Lincoln county's splendid Representative. John W. Fox, the novelist, will be ; HtnnfnrH tomorrow. The chances are that he will be elected a director of the Boreing Land uo. in piace ui his half brother, James W. Fox. Prof. Harry Hopkins, wife and sOn, Mrs. J. W. Cocking and Miss Margerie Cocking, of McKinney, have returned from a visit to friends came at Falmouth. Miss Stella True guest. home with them and is their a .T Rnrders and handsome m sons, Hardin and Allen Borders, left today to join the husband and father at Danville. They will be at home at 438 West Lexington avenue, that city. Much regret is expressed at the departure from Stanford of this splendid family. Pine-..:- n Mrs. Charles W. Metcalf , of ; n,n mmst nf Mr., and Mrs. TUnmno ATotmlf. at their home ''Fair Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Lytlp Hnvm nA M! nohhie Penny have return ed to this city after spending some time on Mrs. Lytle's farm in Kansas. He reports business nounsnin: in the West. Advocate PI uw Cuvunatit Thi U'ooIim Dfigncri fLA iiii Coitrglit 1)11 v a JfQ CitlMrioht 14fAAt H'uoUtt Vuijrtrt by The WvflUx Utalgnm tm. Mt frontier Ptitgiurtwai? Copynti Itli W CoourMl mt hu W xr mrjm ( omiriQi mt W tu The H'uslttx Vcsigmrm Palmolive Soap Free For this week we will be allowed to give you absolutely FREE, two cakes of Palmolive Soap with a SO cent purchase of the following Palmolive Products: Palmolive Shampoo, 50c and two cakes THIS IS OUR SPRING OPENING SHOWING NEWEST COATS AND SUITS FOR THE WOMAN WHO WANTS SOMETHING THAT IS CORRECT BUT INDIVIDUAL. ALL ARE SLENDER IN EFFECT BUT WITH SMART DIFFERENCES IN THE DETAILS. You can be especially sure of finding this individuality in our showing of the Wooltex exclusive tailored models. Note carefully the prices and youthful-nes- s of the designs shown here. We ber lieve that nowhere else can you find such a happy combination of youthful style, quality fabrics and reasonable prices as in Wooltex coats and suits. Slenderness is the sought-fo- r effect close fitting sleeves and narrow shoulders emphasis on long lines simple, but rich colors these are the import STCC-- cn ant tendencies in spring styles. trico-tineThe wanted fabrics are Poiret twill, imperial serge, homeall-wool v6oliex: MAKERS s, spuns, tweeds. Remember that thousands of women throughout America buy Wooltex in order to get a coat or suit that will last much longer than one season and still look fresh and stylish. It is our pleasure to offer you a wide choice, today and all week, of these ex- Cleveland NewYorlc free. A 0 Powder, 25c; Palmolive Tube Cream, 25c, and two cakes and two cakes free. Palmolive Talcum Palmolive Cream SOc ceptional .style and service values. free. A. B. Robertson & Bro. Main Street "I't When you find this label in 'a coat or suit you know that both ourselves and the Wooltex tailors take full responsibility for your absolute satisfaction. This style-mar- k stands for the kind of tailoring which retains the stunning style lines and effects as long as the pure wool fabrics last. ThePenny Drug Store E. R. ColamB, Prop. The Store That Sells Wooltex Danville, Ky. .. "T- r & Phone No. 2 Stanford, Ky, J' 'i'M f I "V - - W- - H f, Page Six i he Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, MIDDLEBURG Roseola or "German Smallpox," as some term it, is worrying a number of children hereabout. The war must be lagging. The writer was at Yoscmite Saturday and did not hear tho subject mentioned. When war or politics arc not mentioned in that town you can set it down that there is nothing doing in either. It is understood that Rev. J. W. Mrs. Etta Dorion, of Ogdensburg, Wis., says: Beagle will bo hero in May and hold from femalo troubles pains "I suffered through my back and which caused piercingnil my a meeting at tho Baptist church. llko a knifo side. I finally lost Wo havo heard a number of Demostrength so I had to go to bed. Tho doctor advised an operation crats express themselves of late, and but I would not listen to It. I thought of what I had read about from what we havo gathered Hon. Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound and tried it. Tho first Jas. D. Black is decidedly the choice bottle brought great relief and six bottles havo entirely cured me. of the party here for Governor. H. All women who havo femalo troublo of any kind should try V. McChesney is quite a favorite Lydla B. Hnkham's Vcgctablo Compound." with our people and there would likely be a slight shifting to him should How Mrs. Boyd Avoided an Operation. he decido to run, though Black is in the lead now. McChesney made a 'V. Canton, Ohio. "I suffered from a femalo troublo which speech here in the caused mo mucn suircnng. and two doctors decided that L ft campaign, three years ago and 1 would havo to go through an operation before I could simply "mopped up" everything in get wen. sight, and will have a following should " Aly mothciwho had been helped by .Lydla E. rink- ho make tho race again. ham's VccotAo Compound, advised mo to trv it be- -O We hear much complaint of corn lore suomituug to an operation, it relieved metrom w my troubles so I can do my nouso work without any that was cribbed last fall, heating in the crib. Several of the farmers have uuncuity. 1 auviso any woman wno is aiiuctcii wnn been compelled to shuck out their lomnie troubles to give iiyuiai;. rinKnam's vege-- , sv-entire crop in order to save it. table compound a trial and it win do as much for them "Mrs. mauic JioYD, 1121 5th St., March, aside from the wind, is giving us some fine weather and we N. 21., Canton, Ohio. It have begun to think that springtime is near at hand. The robin is here and the cooing of n dove heard a few days since are indications of better things. Wo arc not a prophet neither wjBa S?P)? T"?7a. W C ' A m JT are we a son of one, but we are gow ing to predict an early spring. Watch UaSJSk and see how nearly our predictions are verified. D. G. Portman and son, Chester, passed through town Sunday morning en route to Lexigton. Judjrc J. D. Taylor, Countv Attorney Eli Wesley and Sheriff Silas Ashley were at Yosemite Saturday. Their appearance there together created some litLYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. tle excitement and there were those who would have been glad to have known their business. Granville and Greeley Lutes atII. II. Padgett sold his property to Following quickly tho resignation tended court at Stanford Monday. KINGS MOUNTAIN Rev. Qugboc filled his regular ap- Mrs. Liccie Hester for $1,500. Mr. of Ensign Krylenko, the Bolshevik Padgett it the resignation pointment at the Mcthodisf. church his family is understood will move Commander-in-Chie-Trotsky, to his farm at Parlor of Leon the Commissioner Sunday morning and night. of Foieign Affairs, was announced at Mrs. Lucv Loach has been quite Grove. Chas. Brown bought a nice heifer a Maximalist meeting in Petrograd. ill for several days but is some betWhile his colleagues in Bolshevik aufrom Johnnie Walls. ter. Skidmore is ill at Mrs. Winifred The railroad contractors have just thority are dropping away from him, completed a nice six room bungalow Nikolai Lenine, the Bolshevik toPrethis writing. inMr. Roland is very low at the home for Mr. Will Reynolds, who will move mier, is bending every effort Consure ratification by the Russian of his daughter, Mrs Gent Haggard. to it soon. gress of the peace treaty signed with Little Grctchen Gilliland is a vicMiss Edith Laswell visited Miss the Central Powers. Meanwhile there tim of chicken-poBirdie Benson at Arabia last week. are reports that a movement by the Buying and trading has been the Mrs. Wallace Masters spent sever- Social Revolutionists, launched at a order of tho day for the last week. al days with her parents near Liber- Moscow conference, has as its aim V. C. Gilliland bought a nair of ty . the ousting of the Bolshevik Governmules from his brother, E. G. Gilliand land for $325. He also bought a colt ily,Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bastin and fam- ment treaty.the repudiation of the of Eubank, spent part of last peace from George Woodie for $00. Warner Hudson bought a work week with Mr. and Mrs. George Our boys are going " Over the top " 0 Seventeen ships of a total of horse from V. C. Gilliland at a fancy Mrs. Clarence Dunn has returned price. tons were launched during Feb- and into " No man's land " this spring. ruary under America's shipbuilding No one has any doubt of their ability Pedro Green has bought the Hes- from Cincinnati with a nice lot of There millinery. ter hotel and rented the same to program, and it is estimated by Ship- to get there. this sidewill also be a of the ,'ocean, George Horton and family, who have Mrs. Dillard Hubbard is spendinjr ping Board officials that the March spring drive on " blut Monmoved to it. a few weeks with her parents in the deliveries would reach a total of because March is the year'smonth of the twenty-thre- e ships. Fears of the day." It is the most fatal J. D. Miller moved to his property lilue Urass. is a west of town last week. Ollio Privitt Shipping Board that the lumber sup- year. March and April lowesttime when and family moved into the property Nathan Hicks, aged 7C, is dead at ply in the Northwest is inadequate resistance usually is atthe " ebb. It is a trying season for vacated bv Mr. Miller. were declared unfounded. Somerset. man. But medical Ecience steps in, and Wo should says, " it need not be " cultivate a love of health, a sense of responsibility for the care of our bodies. Do not allow the machinery of the body to clog. Put the stomach mid liver in Proof that Some Women do Avoid Operations z?m Read! think! Act! Juit safest investment in the world but pay bigger dividends than anything else. Lots of acre pay several times 100 per cent., on the investment and you cannot put your money anywhere else that will begin to do this. If the best land in Indiana, Illinois and other stales is bringing from $400 to $500 per acre why won't ours bo bringing the same pretty soon? For wo have as good land as you can find on the globe and our climatic conditions are better than most states. Land is bound to go higher and can never be any cheaper. If you were to. cut the present prices one half that you are getting for your products at present prices land would then be entirely too chrap compared with dividends derived from land as to dividends derived from investments from any other source. They teli you that when the WAR is over prices will drop. Just apply the rule of reason. If the war should stop tomorrow, hasn't the world got to be fed? And hnsn't this country got to do it? Doesn't everything rest on the American farmer and American soil? Would it be possible for the present prices to drop under two or three years? If you are a thinking man, your answer is bound to be NO. Now is the time of your life to make money. This is the best time in the world to invest in American dirt. Read these over. No. 282 A dandy 80 acre farm only two miles from Stanford on good pike. Every foot of it first class bottom land and is as good as a crow ever flew over. Splendid tobacco and hemp land. Has magnificent xwo story residence, large tobacco barn and large stock barn and all necessary outbuildings. This ;'s an ideal home and a sure money maker for the right man. Splendid community. All buildings and fencing gojd and no better land anywhere. Price right and terms easy. No. 283 Small stock of goods for sale or exchange for a small farm. It is a general stock and will invoice ?400 or $500. No. 284 A splendid business for salo or will exchange on a good farm. Does over $20,000 business a year and is a money maker. No. 285 115 acres of which 36 acres are bottom land. Two- - story house, good barn, well watered and fenced, etc. Price $7,000. No. 286 80 acres of land with in mile of good .pike. Two houses, 2 one of- four rooms and the other of five rooms, barn, etc. Some fruit. Close to church and school and in the oil belt. Under lease now and a well will soon be put down on this place. Price $3,000. Terms right 287 Nice farm of 80 acres, on good pike. Has splendid residence, barn, etc. Well watered and fenced and close to school and church. In splendid neighborhood and price only $3,500. Terms one half down and balance in one and two years. No. 288 208 acre farm, seven room residence, large barn 40x70 also small barn, tenant house, good orchard. Well watered and fenced and only one half mile off the best pike in the county and only five miles from Stanford. Good hemp and tobacco land. Price $110 per acre. Will sell and allow the purchaser of the same $1,500 cash rent for the year 1918 to be applied on the purchase price when complete possession given January 1, 1919. No. 289 40 acre farm. 37 acres cleared and in cultivation and balance in timber. Two room house, stock barn, crib, etc. 50 fruit trees. Well watered. Price only $900. No. 290 A splendid farm of 88 acre's all tobacco and hemp land. Has a nice brand new residence, extra large barn and two tenant houses. Splendid water. Close to a good town etc. Price $150 per acre. If sold before April 1st will give possession for this year. No. 291 Nice residence on one of the best streets in Stanford. Is two story and has eight rooms and large basement and splendid cellar. Good two story barn. Lot 180x400 feet deep. Nice building lot by the side of the present dwelling. Price $4,250. Terms easy. No. 292 165 acres of land in one mile of good town. About 50 acres cleared and in cultivation and balance in timber. Eight room dwelling and fairly good barn and all pther necessary outbuildings. Well watered. Young peach orchard and 120 apple trees. Price $5,000 and terms easy. Possession at once. No. 293 Largo storeroom and one acre of land in good business town and also stock of general merchandise. Will sell the store room and lot for $2,000 and will invoice the stock. No. 294 100 acres of splendid tobacco and hemp land. Has good dwelling and tenant houso and large tobacco barn, etc. About four miles from Stanford on a good pike and price $150 per acre. Terms right. We havo the best list of farms for salo in Central Kentucky and we know that our prices cannot ho beat If you want to buy or sell consult 1-- are bound to come to the conclusion' that REAL ESTATE it not only the REASON with yourself and you Stanley-McChes-n- cy "cl y m a. Rven$ Sick Woman ShdmcLurifj ssp-rv- 5f?"9' $JM.L lb. JT1I1 HfliOTL Before Submitting To An Operation f, flBLE COMPOUND x. Rig-ne- y. the: spring drive: 120,-00- ,5 feftQ$$$ft99re9t$ Hotel At Auction IK run-dow- 1 - Sf The St. Asaph Hotel, one of the best hostelries in this section, will be sold at public auction, at Take Dr. Pierce's proper condition. Golden Medical Discovery, to be had at most drug stores in tablet or liquid a vial, comform, tablets sixty-ce- nts This puts the posed of native herbs. stomach and liver in propor condition. You may be plodding along, no spring, no elasticity, no vim, but as soon as you have put tlie body into its normal physical condition oiled the machinery, as it were you will find new vim, vigor and vitality within you. A little "pep," and wo laugh and live. Try it now. Send Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N. y., 10c. for trial package. A little energy will save the day. The prime necessity of life is With spirit and energy you health. have the power to force yourself into action. The Golden Medical Discovery is the spring tonic which you need. Stanford, Ky. P.M. At 1:30 Saturday, March 23, 1918 The sale is made for the purpose of settling up the estate of the late E. C. Jordan, and the splendid brick ' building, with all the modern conveniences, will sell at, some price. It is an opportunity for a bargain for some one. It is the only regular hotel in town and is situated in the best portion of the city on Main street. There are thirty rooms; and large lot in the rear. Also big barn. The building is supplied with furnace, running water, electric lights, etc. See it before day of sale. Rememcash, balance on ber the day and date. One-hav tist church during the month of April, plans for which are already under way. The object of the campaign is to secure this fund in addition to the regular gifts of the church to this work, as the war has greatly increased the cost of the foreign missionary work, and the Baptist church, aloni? with many other denominations is facing a deficit in this cause unless some special effort is made. The campaign was begun by the Baptists of the States of Virginia and of the sum being Texas pledged from each of these two States, and the denominational leaders are making an effort to secure similiar pledges from Kentucky, Georgia, and other States. one-tenth One million dollars for Foreign Missions by April 30, will be the slogan of a campaign to be carried out by the members of the Southern Bap- Victor L. Berprer, former Congressman from Wisconsin; Adolph Germer, national secretary of the Socialist party; Irwin St John Tucker, a Chicago Socialist; J. Louis Eng-daand William F. Kruse, the two latter editors, were indicted by tho Federal grand jury in Chicago charged with obstructing recruiting, encouraging disloyalty and interfering with tho prosecution of the war. hl i .' lf easy terms. Attorney for Estate, Stanford, Ky. Col. John B.Dinwiddie, Auct. T. J. HILL, Jr. , Organized labor of New York Cityi and the metropolitan district umtea in condemning the conviction and sentence to death of Thomas J. Mooney as "a monstrous injustice" and in demanding for the San Francisco labor leader a new trial for the part he is alleged to havo taken in the "preparedness day" bomb July 22, 1916, in which ten persons were killed. Mclntyro & Richardson, of Danville, havo sold their interest in the Harrodsburg Herald to Mr. D. M. Hutton, who has been owner of a half interest in tho publication for a number of years. Mclntyro & Richardson still own the Harrodsburg Democrat. H. C. Wood, of Harrodsburg, wrote a story entitled "Night Riders," and the Metro Film Company has paid him a big price for the privilege of making it into moving us. The above is a list of just o few of the' many places we have for sale. Hughes & McCarty Office STANFORD, Phoa. 180 mad 184 R.sld.Bc. Pkoaas 152 KENTUCKY. ail piilH -- - .4J? 'S e4tfU V The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, MMaM Page Seven RHEUMATISM IS A LOT BETTER Tells How TnnUc Rndium Treatment Helped Him Benefited In 3 Days 6fc5 IS4MJ1 "- "-' -- :. "T?. C's. One More Ch ance To Get This Big Aluminum Cereal Cooker for One Dollar For Quaker Oats Users A Million Homes Supplied oat-foo- .&. r To Any Housewife Who Missed It . Once more wc make this offer, but for one week only. A million homes have been supplied with the ideal Quaker Cookers. But countless new homes in the past year have adopted Quaker Oats. A wave of economy, plus whcatlcss d meals, have multiplied users. And millions of them to get this matchless flavor arc using Quaker Oats. We want those new users to have Cookers too. So wc repeat this remarkable offer. The cost of aluminum has doubled. Cooker.prices have enormously advanced. But we make new users the same offer that wc made to old. Wc .vill send this big aluminum Cooker for only $1, all charges prepaid, under offer made below. This offer is for one week only. It applies only to those who have no Quaker Cooker now. If you are one of them wc urge you to accept it. We have supplied over a million users of Quaker Oats with an ideal way to cook them. The purpose is to have Quaker Oats cooked rightly. Quaker Oats flaked from queen grains only has a wealth of flavor. Right rooking keeps that flavor intact. It makes the oat dish doubly delightful makes it easy to digest. So we had this Cooker made 'to our order an ideal double cooker. It is extra large, so little or much can be cooked in it. It is extra heavy, made to last a lifetime. Extra Large and Heavy Cereal Capacity 2'4 Qls Made to Last a Lifetime That is the Cooker made of pure aluminum which we offer this week for one dollar, under the conditions below.. If you are serving Quaker Oats, or if you will, we want you to have this Cooker. $1 Brings It This Week Buy from your grocer five packages of Quaker Oats, or of Quaker Best Corn Meal, or five packages of the two combined. Send us your grocer's sales slip for the purchase and send SI with it. We will then send this cooker to you, all charges prepaid. This offer is good for one week only, and it applies to this vicinity alone. Address, has found a certain source of relief in Tanlnc Rheumatism Medicine after suffering from the aches and pains of rheumatism for five years. Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment is the new treatment for rlicumatism which contains radium. "I live on the third floor and It used to be that I could hardly climb the stairs to my flat because of tho severe rheumatic pains in my knees and the calves of my legs but I can climb up to my flats a whole lot easier now and I've only been taking this Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment for three days," said Mr. Malcolm. "I'm a carpenter by trade and lots of my work mnkos it necessary for mc to get down on the floor on my knees. The rheumatic pains used to be so bad that I could hardly get to my feet after working on the floor on my knees. "The pains kept me awake at night, too. Sometimes it felt like my legs were being pulled off of me. The lack of sleep and rest made me feel bad in mornings and sometimes I couldn't go to work. "I was surprised that Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment should help me so quickly. The pains have gone away so much now that the last two nights I have slept better than I have for weeks. I can get to my feet better after working on my knees too. Only yesterday I was doing some floor repairing and after I got through with the job I was surprised at how easily I could get to my feet. "I believe that with a thorough trial Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment will rid me entirely of my rheumatism and I am sure strong for this medicine and recommend it." If you suffer from rheumatism get Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment today. Try a real medicine for rheumatism. Try radium! You can get Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment or Tanlac, the famous tonic, at The Penny Drug Store. traffic soon Normal commercial will be handled by the railroads, Director General McAdoo says. He ap- nut street, Cincinnati, Ohio, says ho Robert Malcolm, G8, of 1317 Wal- ... K--" 1 The Quaker Oats Company 708 Railway Exchange, Chicago The Two Chief Quaker Oats At y3 War-Tim- e Foods The Best 6096 of the Corn Quaker Best Corn Meal Next to oats in economy comes Corn Meal. We make an exquisite corn meal, and put it up in sealed round packages. In Quaker Corn Meal we use the cream of the corn about 60 per cent of the kernel. The fibrous outer coat is removed, because it makes corn meal coarse. The oily germ is removed, because the oil grows rancid. Just the hominy pait yellow or white is ground to make Quaker Corn Meal. The result is superlative corn meal, yellow or white. The yellow looks like grains of gold the white like marble dust. It makes bread and muffins, porridge, puddings and pancakes vastly better than any crude corn meal. Get the Yellow or White in round packages with tops. See how good corn meal can be. pointed a number of assistants to John Skelton Williams, Director of Finance and Purchases. Between and $2,000,000,000 will be spent. Miss Terah Moore, of Lexington, came over Saturday to attend the funeral of her uncle. D. R. Moore. Major D. C. T. Grubbs, of Camp Taylor, Louisville, ran down Sunday to see his brother and sister here. He mav be called to France at any time. He is Quartermaster of the 81th, the Lincoln division. Aunt Lucy Reynolds, aged 88, is in bed with old age and a crippled February did not average 54 degrees but 34 degrees of heat. The Modrcn Woodmen now neighbor from 17 to 45 years of age. Only those between 21 and T.l can take onlv $1,000 fratenal insurance durintr the war as they arc subject fo draft. Mr. Milton Durham and bride will make their home with her mother, Mrs. Shuttles. Mr. Durham is a valued empyoeb of the Q. & C. at Danback. the Cost of Meat re-cci- vo Quaker Oats, measured by food units, is twice as nutritious as round steak. It supplies nutrition at a cost of five cents per 1000 calories. Meats, on the average, cost eight times as much for the same food value. Eggs cost ten times as much. You can serve six dishes of Quaker Oats for the cost of a single egg. The oat stands supreme among grain foods, in nutrition and in flavor. It far exceeds wheat in food units. It is the energy food and the food for growth. It supplies every needed element in just the right proportion. It should be your baic food. Quaker Oats is flaked from queen grains only just the big, rich, oats. We get but ten pounds from a bushel. So in this brand you get a wondrous flavor without any extra price. All oat foods are doubly delightful if made with Quaker Oats. fla-vo- ry These Grocers Will Feature the Cooker Offer Next Week ' G H. Farris Harry T. D. Newland & Son N. Jones price. Sam Fisher Hocker & Hocker visor of the Government Bureau to enlist boys from 1C to 21 for farm labor this year, and all teachers are requested to help direct those under 1G in back yard and vacant lot and school gardens to supply homes with vegetables this summer and fall. Mrs. Jennie C. Grubbs will soon begin enrolling women and girls in: canning club work and domestic science in the schools over Boyle county as the county board of education has met the State and United States in paying for eight months work from April 1st to Dec. 1st. ville. Mr. John Van Winkle has been appointed as the Boyle county super- Want200 Farms JUNCTION CITY Mr. R. A. Roe, of Bowling Green, has written for Prof. E. L. Grubbs to come down and bring 20 to 25 strawberry pickers over 15 years old to pick for him the same acres of last year, which he has just purchased of Mr. E., E. Veatch. He says he will pay 10c per gallon and charge 12 2 cents per meal, board and lodging. 1-- He says railroad fare can be secured for one and a third fare. The Woman's Club, of Junction City, will present "The Sweet Fami ly," a comic piece, at the Crystal Theatre sometime about March 22nd for the benefit of our school building fund. A good old friend of the school is to make a generous donation as ho has sold his farm at a good GKT&S&TIRES "" LET U9 SHOW YOU We will put them on (or you and change your old tires Into new ones at about one-hathe-- price you .would! . -have to pay for new tlres.T plant", worn arid scarred' .Your tire comes Into our from service, and we deliver it back to you the same1 tire made. oversize and with a brand-nenon-skitread of fresh'rubber. Not a sauare inch of vour old' tlre.vyllLbeJnlfiht. and yon will notbeabJe to tell. It, ," from anew tlrej" ", lf Vm Cm Get 5,000 to 10,000 More Miles Tires.' out of them by using Gates Half-Sol- e ence Adams and Prof. E. L. Grubb3 while at her post as teacher of the have been asked to help Supt. O. B. Shelbv Citv school last week and Fallis to secure a large attendance Miss Anna Prcwitt is teaching for of Boyle county teachers to go to her this week. Louisville, April 25, 2C and 27 to the William E. Grubbs, aged 9, has K. E. A. Let's all go. convassed Junction City and Shelby Prof. Grubbs met with tho Boyle City the past week and secured 20 county agricultural club in Supt 0. subscribers for the Farm and FireB. Fallis' office and will help get the side at 25c per year. He is trying to boys to buy and raise pure bred hogs: get enough subscribers to win a bigirls poultry and farmers to test seed cycle by June. porn. Prof. E. L. Grubbs has been asked day night. The sidewalk near the poultry Miss Agatha Blaine entertained a house has been closed to traffic as it by Mr. H. D. Graham, of Bowling select few of her friends at her hos- - i3 dangerous. It is of wood and should Green, to get up a crowd of from 20 to 25 strawberry pickers to help save the crop in Warren county. Three weeks in May and June, as tho crop will be a good one. Ho oilers to pay a 10c per The long, hard school term drains the vitality of growing is over. gallon for picking till season Mr. Albert Martin writes his wife that he is in France and his address is Co. A, 7th Bn. 20th Engineers, A. E. F., via New York. Miss Sallie May Sears, Miss Clara Collier and Miss Mary Owens, of Somerset, came up to attend the basket ball tournament nt Danville and yell for Somerset, stopped over with Mrs. L. T. Rankin and attended the Jas. G. Blaine's party last Thurs- To Sell BOTH BLUE GRASS AND KNOB FARMS Let me know by letter or card and I will come and Hit and sell your farm for you. I have a lot of Pro,, pective Buyers now and It is no troublo for me to sell your farm for you. Will list farms anywhere within SO miles of Wayncsburj;. Your ChiltSpew Monroe Thompson WAYNESBURG, KY. children and you wonder why they arejistless, puny and palei Every school child will "show marked improvement' in health and growth if ggven JI,IJZ. Are absolutely guaranteed for 3,500 miles ot wear wttkoat pi mtactur and many users are averaging from 6,000 to 10,000 mllet. j You cannot get this kind of guaranteed service from any tire on the market without paying two or three times the cost of a Gates- - Don't throw away another worn tire untilyou havelnvettloated1 If you are paying the tire bills you will be Inthe Gates terested and we are ready to show you how to Iwi p In your own pocket a big part of the cost of new tires and set better tire service than you have ever had before. We guarantee It. Half-Sol- t ' Its rich, uniform cod liver oil gets into their blood and gives them vim, snap and zest It creates strength to resist school sicknesses, overcome pinched faces, sallow complexions and dull eyes. High authorities have established again and again that cod liver oil promotes growth and energizes the body and brain. The Imported Norweciaa cod. liver oil always used in Scott' EmaUlon Is now refined In our own American laboratories which guarantees it free from impurities. 17-- U Scott ttHowue.liloomueld, W.J. mm uwm ZT2m'2'Z bo matlo s. VULCA NIZING Bring us your damaged Auto Casings. We will vulcanize ihem and often double their milage, for a very small cost. We also want you to see our FORD TRACTOR for your plowing and heavy hauling. I pitable homo on Thursday night. All enjoyed tho occasion and tho refresh-tnent- International Rubber Sales Company J. B? William?, Mgr., Danville, Ky, G. H. MASTERS, Local Agnt, Stanford, Ky. Miss Mildred Haggard is again at Danville in the telephone exchange. working part night and day. Mrs. taicy Haggard, wno has taken t.ho Junction City census of school children twice, has been selected by trustee, Mr. II.' B. Prowltt, to take it this April. Prof. JJPA.' Carnegy, Prof, Clar- - of concreto soon. Mr. H. G. Catron has moved to tho Richardson property, just east of his store and will sell or rent his old storo room and dwelling. Mr. E. R. Galbrcath is now deputy free deliverer to Mr. G, A. Dunn and goes out on his German town routo this wcok. Mr. Bruce McDonald has sold nt $85 per acre 200 acres of his farm. Mis3 Ebie Alstott was taken cick The Anderson Garage Stanford, Ky. . iJi BSH ft Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, March 15, 1918 WALL PAPER New stock. You FOR RENT My house and lot on FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, need not be afraid of prices. We are Rugs. Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Lancaster street. Good garden. Imrunning paper from 8 up. Pence Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Hughes & & Hill. Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble, mediate possession. See McCarty, Stanford, Ky. or writo me. 28tf LATEST creations in Spring Mil- Stanford. 1404 6th St. Northlinery, today and Saturday. Public FOR SALE I have for sale 30 J. G. McBee, Is expected and welcome. Misses bushels of hemp seed. These are ex- west, Washington, D. C Strnub. tra clean and nice. See or write II. FODDER have FOR SALE July seed potatoes nt K. Spongier, Crab Orchard, Ky. R. F. fodder to feedI on the 300 shocks of place, close to p $3.50 per bushel. Also a Sharpies D. No. 2. Lancaster. Good place to feed dry Cream Separator. Mrs. Eflle Bauch-maFOR SALE I have four or five lot with running water. Want it fed Stanford. f young Jersey cows fresh and coming quickly and buyer must use as much MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 and fresh. These arc all good ones. Call as 10 or 15 shocks per day. Communup on improved farm lands in Lin- on or see Adolph Von Grucnigan, icate with mo at once. E. T. Chcath-ncoln county. Five per cent. Rufe telephone 382 A., Lancaster, Stanford, Ky. Route 3. Phone 139-19-1 Somerset, Ky. 21-21-Ky. KnTghts Templar charm, LOST with my name and address engraved on it. Please return to me. Dr. T. W. Pennington, Stanford. f LOST Grease cup attachment off of auto truck. Leave at Interior Journal ofllce or return to Crab Orchard p Bottling Works. Our "Florence" Oil Cook Stoves have arrived. This is SPRING OPENING We will have our opening of Spring millinery Friour third year with this stove and they have proven day and Saturday, March Wright & Hill, Myers' house flats. It very satisfactory. We use an "Asbestos Feeder" NOT FOR SALE One extra good O. I. C. boar, 22 months old, large bone a wick that others use. Try one. and lengthy; register free. David Knoepfle, Moreland, Ky. R. D. No. 1 PARTIES having keys to lock boxes, formerly belonging to State Bank & Trust Co. will register at the First National Bank at once as these boxes 22-- 3 have been sold. J. W. Acey. l-- 3c 1 wift & Company Publicity ?u 10-i- n. 19-t- m, As-hur- st, J. 8 2t 2t sidering for some time an educational advertising campaign. The need for this publicity has been apparent to us for several years. The gross misrepresentation to which we have recently been subjected has convinced us that we should no longer delay in putting before the public the basic facts of our business, relying on the of the American people. The feeling against the American packer is based largely on the belief that the income and of the producer and consumer are adversely affected by the packers' operations, resulting in unreasonably large profits. Swift & Company's net profit is reasonable, and represents, an insignificant factor in the cost of living. For the fiscal year 1917 the total sales and net profit of Swift & Company were as follows: fair-mindedn- At a recent hearing of the Federal Trade Commission there was introduced correspondence taken from the private files of Swift & Company, which showed that the Company had been con- 21-t- Oil Cook Stoves 22-l- 15-1- 6. ess well-bei- ng W. H. Higgins, Stanford Sales $875,000,000. Profits $34,650,000. IT If Swift & Company had made no profit at all, the cattle raiser would have received only of a cent per pound more for hit cattle, or the consumer would have saved only of a sent per pound on dressed beef. one-eight- This is equivalent to a $3,465. profit on a business of $87,500. h ii one-quart- iiwii sBfTT' er Svift & Company, U. W. L. Cordier sold the mules advertised in this paper to J. H. Eads s. for $350. They are He also sold to D. S. Robinson a jack for $300 and bought of him a harness mare for $200. W. L. Cordier sold 4,000 pounds of tobacco on the Unnvillo market Thursday at about 40c, Mr. Ross, of the Highland section, pot a price for his tobacco four-year-oldld S. A. Dodge Brothers MOTOR CAR price, that have been driven for the same length of time. d Equipped with Timken Bearings throughout, Delco Ignition, Stewart Carbureter, Disc Clutch, Battery, Silk Mohair Top, Genuine Leather Upholstery, stuffed with Natural Hair and reinforced at every wearing point, this car is built for durability, as well as economy and beauty. SEE IT BEFORE YOU BUY Wil-lar- The New York Assembly defeated a proposal to ratify the Federal prohibition amendment by adopting a substitute providing for a referendum on the question. The vote was 84 to' 64. Why Take Calomel? Dr. Thacher's Liver & Blood Syrup will do all that calomel will do and without the "after effects." Years ago, when people were bilious, when the liver got lazy and failed to do its work or the stomach was out of condition, calomel was the standby. By and by the users of calomel found that the "atler effects" of taking the drug were as bad and more often worso than the ailmeut for which it wa3 taken. Dr. Thacher, in seeking a medicino to take the placo of calomel one that would do all the good that calomel would do, and yet leave none of its evil effects perfected Dr. Thacher's Liver & Blood Syrup. This was in 1852, and each year since has added to the confidence of those who have used it. Miss Susie Brewer, of Chattanooga, Tenn., tried calomel. She was suffering with a very serious cold and grippe and had no appetite whateer. After the calomel faded she tried Dr. Thacher's Liver & Blood Syrup. She felt better after taking three doses and she soon got entirely well. "I think Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup Is a wonderful medicine," she said, "and I am very thankful I tried it." For nearly three quarters of a century this sterling preparation has been an in thousands of homes "old stand-by- " in treating rheumatism, dyspepsia, indigestion and other stomach and liver complaints. It is a powerful tonic and blood purifier and can bo used, with the utmost confidence. Write Thacher Medicine Co., for a copy of "Thacher's Family Doctor," a book giving cause, symptoms and treatment of 47 common diseases. Dr.Thacher'sLiverand Blood Byrop for sale by dealers in medicines everywhere. THE PENNY DRUG STORE Stephen Montgomery's home near Mitchellsburg burned. CENT-A-WOR- D Moat any new cat will run good. invite you to compare the DODGE, that has been driven for two years, with other makes, near our The careful purchaser of an automobile will discriminate. We i. - "Private Peat," the great war 1 will speak at Richmond on the evening of March 25th under the auspices of Eastern Normal. S Fob! Ic Sale 11 7k Acres of Oil and Farming Lands L. F. STEELE, Hustonville, Ky. Tuesday, March 26, 1918 - tAt 2:00 O'clock P. M. x Wa "We will sell 27 1 1 1 -1 Paper! 1 1 Located three miles Easv f Waynesburg, Ky., on Caney Creek, just across the road from Olive church. Geologists have located four Oil Wells on this tract, and work of drilling will begin in the next 60 days. This land will be sold subject to oil and gas lease. The Pennsylvania Oil & Gas Co., have land leased all around the tract. The land is half cleared. 20 acres now in wheat. Nice new cottage. Plenty of good water. This is a very desirable and well located place and will make a good home for somebody. Terms, which are reasonable, will be made known on day of sale. Two Weeks' Cash Sale Beginning Saturday, March 16, 1918 Come Early and Get First Choice patterns of 8c and 0c papers at 5c per bolt. 68 patterns of 0c and 2 2c papers at 8c per bolt. 85 patterns of 5c and 20c papers at 0c per bolt. 50 patterns of 20c and 25c papers oat meal papers, regular at 5c per bolt. 32 patterns of two-ton- e 30c and 35c papers at 25c per bolt. We have 25 patterns of room d off. Bring the size of your room lots that we will sell at and get one of these bargains. We will give 0 per cent off on all paper 30c or over. We will not give out any samples or exchange any papers during this sale. All papers strictly cash. 1 1 n. Dinwiddie & Owens MORELAND, KY. k Agents Brooks-Euban- Co., Lexington, Ky. Attention Men! Our Spring and ADS one-thir- (Ads here are 1 cent a word each Issue, cash with order: no ad leu than 25c each liiue.) 1 FOR SALE 30 or 40 bushels hemp seed. Lincoln Wells, Yosemite, 21-- tf Ky. FOR SALE OR RENT. Cottage on East Main street. Mrs. Woodie Hale. 22-- 4 Summer styles are here and it is time for that new suit. Wo have $6,000 or $7,-00- 0 to loan on good scurity. Hughes 18-- tf & McCarty, Stanford, Ky. YOU are invited to see the display MONEY Paints and Varnish Lowe Brothers high standard paints. Pratt & Lambert 6 floor varnish. Auto and Carriage paints. Waxit furniture and auto polish. 1 We will be glad to show them to you. Every suit is for long wear. Sam of spring millinery and notons at the Style Shop, on Lancaster street. LOST Auto' license 7147. Leave at Interior Journal office or return to me. John B. Dinwiddle, Moreland. AUTO BUS If you want to go any place call me. Will go day or night. Prices reasonable. Alexander Peyton, Phone 123. 22fs DISPLAY of spring, millinery at the Style Shop, now located in the rooms on Lancaster street, formerly occupied by Mrs. Lynn. The public is cordially inviteu. FOR SALE Light. 4, Overland touring car, model 90. Goo'd as new. Only lieen run 1,086 miles. Been well cared for. $660. Address W, At Edrineton, Bradforsville, Ky. Route BRUSHES, WINDOW GLASS, AUTO WIND SHIELDS, ALABASTINE AND PICTURE FRAMES Robinson W M-- S No. 2. ALL PERSONS who have claims against the estate of Mrs. Ollie Dqve Garner will present them properly proven at once. Those having claims against the estate will please aettle with me immediately. M. C. New-lan- d, of Mrs. Ollie administrator F Coomer & Nave North Third Street fl Garner. 28-- 2 tt .A ifc ..jjtadr i ML T Danville, Kentucky A