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No. 23 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, THE COUNTRY OYER Albert Pearson, n former whole sale grocer, is dead at Lexington. The appeal of nolo 1'asna irum wic sentence of death for treason was rejected nnd he will be shot. Ralph Gray, his wife and two children were killed when a railroad train struck their car near Anderson, Ind. The Advocate is responsible for the statement that whisky drinking has been reduced to the minimum in DOINGS Tuesday, March 19, 1918 Tuesdays and Fridays . THE LATEST WAR NEWS SERVICE FLAG UNVEILED Along the entire western front unThe exercises nttending the veiling of the service fing at the from the North Sea to Switzerland, are chairman of the State Tax Commisthe Christian church Sunday morning the guns of The warring fnctionsGersion, will bo unwelcome news to the were both benutiful nnd impressive. booming. tnxpnyers of Lincoln county. He says lately hns been The fing which contains 15 stars, was man drive, which Hindenburg as a a "very substantial raise" must bo by Von nrcscnted to tho church by Mr. J. S. held up is not expected to matcria-iz- e made on Lincoln county lands in orHockcr's Sunday school class. It is a bugbear, der to bring the county up to the and the Entente forces are conhandsome one and the church will themstandard fixed by other counties. in n prominent plnce on its sidering taking the offensivereorgankeen it What he menns by a "very substane were married at the peace shall again selves. The Bclginn army, walls until sweet tial raise," will doubtless bo. seen lain Somerset by Judge Tartar. reign. By the side of the flag arc the ized nnd in fine condition, has taken ter. Judge Rice will appoint a comDavid Phclns and Lona Mnc Or- - nnmes of the young men who have over the front in Flanders, thus reThursday mittee to go to Frankfort the British and French for win, popular young people of Somer- gone to the "colors" and who were lieving . . nnd present Lincoln county's claims Danville. their own. The GerAn egglc93 Easter ia the next tmng set, wero married at the home of members of that church ami Sunday other sectors of in Southern Russia in the premises nnd it is hoped that school. Thcv are: Sherman Anderson, man invasion on the tapis. A movement is on foot S. O. Whitonack at Lexington. ther mission will prove a fruitful to save 00.000,000 eggs by the obcontinues without opposition. The J. C. McAninch, who lives in the William Bell Brynn, Hubert C. one: license James air forces of the. contending armies Clarence Cooper, Frankfort, March 15. servance of an cgglcss Easter. die as Mt. Salem tosection, obtained marry at Middleburg Cooner. Wesley Embry. Hugh Reid are unusually active. Saturday young farmers may Three Judge T. A. Rico, Stanford, Ky. the treaty who the result of an accident at Owens-bor- o Miss Mvra Adams. The groom, years Foster, Joe Hill, John N. Menefcc, of With the ratification of the Soviet Dear Judge: Germany, peace farmer, is 2G in which is a Jr., Ernest Pcpples, Brvnn Perkins, Congress withMoscow has dissolved. when the automobile I have just received the recapituin a old, and his bride 20. Milton Powell. John Owslev Reid, lation sheet from your county today, they were speeding plowed into The Interior Journal knew Friday Claiborne C. Walton, J. T. Wilkinson. But the Germans have not yet censed , gone over it at once as street car. and we have pre- their inroads into Russia's richest made a the contest morning in abundant time to print Wood Dunlap won it Is necessary to complete our work suit at Lexington for incity commis- in Friday's paper thnt Mr. Newell Mr. Hocker fing nnd timely talk the territory in the South. Nikolayev, the admonished senting tho so that your Board of Supervisors Fox nnd Miss Alva Holtzclaw would members of the church to remember great navy yard city northeast of sioner. He defeated Harry M. of tho high mav commence theirs. who wns given the certifibatc. be married thnt day, but a request with their prayers and every way Odessa nnd headquarters An examination of the returns Russian Black Sea Dewccsc precinct No. 2 was thrown from a member of one of the fami- nossible the brave young men who command of the prize that has been from your county convinces us that lies of the contracting parties made had offered their nil to their country. fleet, is the latest a very out. it will be necessary to make bring wrested from the Russians. Situated Mrs. Margaret A. Hirsh, charged it withhold mention of the event un The response of Dr. Howard J. it the substantial raise in order to the nastor. was most appropri nt the mouth of the Bug River, Gerattempted blnckmail of Mayor til today. The two popular young up to the standard fixed by other with neonle drove to Lancaster, accom ate and in it he gave both wholesome capture of the town gives the of Atlanta, iwas counties. We are endeavoring to Asa G. Candler,sentenced thought. T he mans a water route of great value tvjelve panied by Mr. and Mrs. Will Hooker, advice and food and bring all count'es up to the basis of found guilty jail and pay ato fine' of of this city, Mr. June Givens. of choir sang several for EVANGELIST O. L. DENSLOW beautiful hymns, through the richest agricultural coun75 per cent. Your county nas not months in who ii speaking nightly here Hubble, and Miss Amanda Newell, of Misses Mary Bnilev nnd Annie Rog try from Volhynia to tho Black Sea. ft although it $1,000. Somerset, a cousin of the groom, nnd ers Powell snng "Keep the Home Up to the last some oi tne cniei Dcnslow, who reached that standard, Evangelist Oliver L. Judge Finley Fogg, of Pikeyille, done very well in the assessment Soviet Congress opspoke here Sunday night to a very hassome classes of proncrtv. To bring former memner ot tne tsonra oi rns-o- n were married at the Baptist parson- Fires Burning" and then the largo members of theterms of the Germans of by the pastor, Rev. Cnllison. The nudienre poined in the siniring of posed the hard Commissioners, is dead at Lexing- age interested audience on "The Crash vour county up to the standard ot to no avail. Warning was soundwho accompanof Empires," is a very entertaining 75 per cent, it appears to us that it ton after a protracted illness. Hejwas happy pair and those to the Hocker "America" The benediction followed but by several of them of a further nnd the very interesting and enjoy- ed speaker and held the attention of his will be necessary for us to direct 45 years old and was well knowrftin ied them returned home that evening and enjoyed an able occasion wns brought to an end. German attack and of the necessity fK audience to the very last. Although your County Board of Supervisors to State politics. evenfor amalgamating for resistance. Behe has had quite a wide Increase the assessment on lands not famine and fresh Turk- elaborate supper. Later in the to his Stories of a young man fore adjournment the Congress apDEATH OF AGED CITIZEN in public work. He has less than $900,000. and on town lots ish cruelties are narrated by refugees ing Mr. and Mrs. Fox wont experience of the capital meetings in the cities of not less than $125,000. The returns who escaped from villages evacuated home in the Goshen section, where coundcted Probably the oldest man in the proved the removal Washington, armyad- they will reside. The nrule is the countv died when Mr. Isaac Jonos from Petrograd to Moscow, and late Aberdeen and Seattle, Petrograd has show an actual loss of $53,208 on by the Turks as the British dispatches say Richmond, Va., and Nashville, Tcnn., town lots. We believe it will be nec- vances into Palestine. In Syria con- pretty and popular daughter of Mr. breathed his last Saturday, aged 88. been completely that evacuated. throughWalter Holtzclaw and is one of the He had been in very feeble health J besides many smaller places essary to make an increase of not ditions are even worse. will in the Secretary McAdoo maka finest isyoung women brunette county. for months nnd his death did not Cvril Brown, writing for thepoints out the country. During the past less than $100,000 on tangible per from Stockholm, and is a decided sneaking tour of the South. Middle Shehandsomje a surprise to the many who three years he has been acting as sonal property in oraer to dtihk as a picture. Mr. Fox is come as real condition. The burial out that though food is the West and East on behalf of the third as pastor of one of the large churches knew his question, Germany is better a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Fox at in Nashville and resigned his work of the assessment Liberty Loan, beginning 6, theitp- - nnd is an industrious and successful took place in Buffalo Springs Cepie-tcr- y oft today than during the "turnip Upon recently to enter again the turned inthe basis year vour county on Saturday, April. Sunday afternoon after services winter" of 1910-1there is . It . for this ! his JIM evangelistic work which is more to would actually nay the State $8,22 cmng aay oi me campaign. v farmer. He answeredwantedcountry's at the late home on Knob Lick pike to believe that the Therewill no cause be won war call when men were for the bv Rev. P. L. Bruce, of the Presby by frcstc By an ordor liking. From here he goes to his it paid last year. With the army and remained at Camp Zach- - terian chrurch. Ouitc a crowd of the with famine as an ally, as there is will conduct a long less than increase your county would Wilson all coal jobbers, brok where he army, the workers and ary Taylor until he was nonoraDiy .nfirni-iiirinT the. summer months. proposed more than two thousand agents, wholesale and retail, areV family were present plenty for the the sufferers being the the idle rich, discharged on account of poor health. friends of the Sunday night he still pay licensing system. The on Tn Viia sprmn-i at both tho funeral services and the dollars loss than It paid last year in- under a fix the charges to bet He is a fine fellow and will, we be- burial. Mr. Jones was born in Wavne masses of the people. There has been cificallv dwelt to some length upon the lieve, make his charming bride the county and had lived a vcrv active a marked decrease in the birth rate, present to the State Treasury. It appears is effective April 1. Regulations background of the that your average assessment is only a husband. This paper life, having been a successful farmer due to the lack of food, and the young PI best sort of war. Among other things he declared about $30 per acre, while the aver- tUIVCU. principal sufferTwo million dollars was secured joins their many other friends in for many years. He was married over and the old are the the war is not being fought oyer age assessment of Garrard countv is that wishing them both all the happiness a half century ago to Miss Mnrgarct ers. autocracy, democracy or militarism above $45 per acre. We believe that by the "Yellow Kid" band of alia A seaman on an American dethat can possibly come their way. t,., ; rvrimnrilv n war for territory. Cowan, of Pulaski county, who pre- stroyer was killed and three of the make the in confidence men in several Mid Western States bv the sale of fi t Ttmnf f this he. showed how that vour countv should to the grave some eight or crew injured when an American ceded him creases indicated without any proTHE K. of P.'i SERVICE FLAG ten yenrs. Shortly after his marriage tnr hundreds of years Russia has test, as I believe you will realize that steel stock, according to the pol; The liner fired upon the war of Youncstown. O. the latest vici members of Diadem Lodge, he moved to Pulaski county, where destroyer was mistaken forcraft. i.nnn c.alrinff to cnin control of Con The an enemy is perfectly just. the rise of the it However, the law requires us to of the gang is said to be a bantMB No. 81, Knights of Pythias, are look- he lived many years, movin" to Linstantinopie but with V& ing forward with much interest as coln a decade ago. He was th father submarine. Kokomo, Ind. German world empire program give notice of any contemplated in- of Removal of the statue of Fred n well as pleasure to the unveiling of of Mr. Josh Jones, the saw the possibility that she might crease, and to that nd this is to FAIR DATES AUG. 21, 22, 23 lose forever the goal of her ambiany dele- iok the Great from in front of tl a service flag on Thursday evening hemp irrower. His other children are: you that we will hear Germany It was unanimously decided at a next to honor those members of the John Jones, of St. Joseph, Mo., Ed tion. On the other hand on Thurs- War College in Washington is pi gation from vour county lodge who have gone to the colors, Jones. of.Seattle. Wash., and Robert MnnfSni. nf mfltlW ftf the slnckholllorS saw in Asia Minor territory that was day. March 21st. at our office in the vided in a joint resolution introduc Tiwlirn rVinrles A. Hardin, himself an Jones, of Clearwater, Fla. The sons! .of. the Lincoln County Fair Associn-"worth the risk of everything to ob- Capitol at Frankfort. Wo very much by Senator Thomas, of Colorado, e aaturnay member of statue was presented to this Turkev could only betain. If ming in otner states wore acnieu tion at the a fair should be held that nTwinr tho control of Gerua .., the privilege of attending his burial ox x yinias, hum ucun ' this year and that the old dates be speaker for the occasion and his mes- Deceased was a straight-forwarmany.and the, Seriinoagd&ryU arinyour The davlitrht saving bill now sage will be brimful of good things, honorable man and the announce- claimed for the meeting Aug. 21, able Every stockholder the other officials that you mav he was a wedge that would split pos- to get to come, will be with the del- awaits the signature of the President as thcv alwavs are. A lunch will be ment of his death will carry sad- 22, 23. his earnest support present to the pledged to set and many to by two and make British Empire in egation. We prefer to go over these all become law.in The plan is States served things Tho Princess during, the ness where he was known. enterprise and a more enthusiastic the United will be done the clocks other sible the German domination of the matters and reach an amicable adcrowd has not gathered at Stanford Easter IMPRESSIVE SERVICES world. thorn, and we be- forward one hour at 2 a. m. hour at evening to make it a memovnli1" time. suggested by one or TTr.,inir Mr TVnsiow spoke on the justment of all of them back an The move on the part of Diadem impressive services tlia in years. It wns you have gone over Sunday and set on The mosf lieve that when the last bunday in. Lodge is a most commendable one have been held in Stanford in some two that on account of the war it origin of Satan. He gave Bible proof the matter that vou will reach the he same time might be better to have no exhibinnd shows the richt spirit of its to show that the Devil was once a same conclusion that we have. Very October each year. were thoe of tho Liberty Ser- tion, but it was the consensus of Lee and Breathitt county people members. Followine are those time League nt the bright and shining angel in the Frie sav reports sent from that section of its members who arc scrvine their vice night, when memorial services opinion that the peonlc had to have courts of heaven but through pride, rUSTATE TAX COMMISSION, day some where to go and some diversion and the spirit of conthat oil contractors were being am country: George Bunlotte, ll. I . Dr. M. D. Earlv were M. M. Logan, Chairman. bushed in honor a fair wns routine and and oil tanks burned is a Lynn Davis. John W. Fields. held. Dr. of quest he lost it all and was cast out Early wns a vcrv earnest, from the best thing forthat them. The old : tv. the very great exaggeration. One man was T. Marion Fields. .1. .mock risner, .i. onrth "Rut." declared the IT SHOULD MAKE devout member of the League nnd it officers and directors were all rekilled accidentally, thcv say. and an E. Jordan. J. N. Menefee. Jr.. R. speaker, "the time is not far distant A MILLION FOR HIM oil tank fell and the oil caught firo Walter Milburn, B. L. MeKechnie, was fitting that a meetim' night bo elected. Thev are ns follows: B. W. when the Devil, the Kaiser and all set nsiilo for tho discussion of tho Givens, president, S. T. Harris. R. L. of They claim there is no need of sol- E. C. Pepnles, J. O. Reid, F. A. the rest who arc possessed doom the merits of the eood man. Speeches Hubble. W. G. Gooch. Drup That diers and Gen. Barry has turned in Cincinnati Man Discover W. C. Wilson. same spirit will meet their were made bv Prs II. J. Brnzelton, E. C. Walton, secretary. Dr. T. W. down Gov. Stanley's request that Lootens Corn So They Lift the lake of fire." P. L. Rruco, and Messrs. C. E. Tnte. Pennington, assistant secretary and Out thev be sent. PROGRAM FOR THE WEEK Meetings will continue durine the J. C. McClary. K. S Alcorn and Dr treasurer. The directors are: R. B. oe Senator Gore's bill to raise the AT STANFORD OPEKA Huust week. The subject tonight will were all inbushel for Tuesday night Kathlvn Williams E. J. Brown. The talks bearing on Woods. J. C. Bnilev. J. C. Eubanks, Kaiser's World Empire Doomspreads rapidly and price of wheat to $2.50 a production "The Good nows tensely interesting, each b Beazlev, S. J. Embrv. W. B. and Wallace Reid staring in "Big thn life rim! ed." In this studv Bible proof willwill druggists here are kept busv dis- the 1918 crop to boost work of Dr. Earlv. J. L. Walker. S. recent discov- wns under discussion in the Senate Timber." A five reel Paramount pic whose interest was always in his fel- Hill. R. T. Bruce. W. O. R. C. Hockto show that the Kaiser given pensing freczone, the E. Harris, G. II. Masters. the world. Wednes- ery of a Cincinnati man. which is while the Food Administration was ture. never dominate nnd all good causes. Judre er F Smith. C. S. Lyon. J. H. Thursdav nierht Fannie Ward in low man day, "The Searchlight of the fu- said to loosen any corn so it lifts out mnkinir nlnns to meet the critical Covington, who night Mr. Dens-lo- with the fincrcrs. shortage by a further reduc "Her Strange Wedding." Five reels. R. G. Williams, of of his old friend. Woods. The fair, as usual will be held wheat ture," and Thursdav guest the was Lancaster Ad Fridav night senn uwens in Dr. there Brown, wns called on to nt Ed Ballard's, out on the make the will speak on "Heaven." A quarter of an ounce costs very tion in consumption. The Food exE. J. and help frankly admits nike. little nt anv store which hnndlcs ministration stocks are orly thnt per "Madame Bo Peep." A five reel tri- make a talk and readilv complied. He LincolnGet busv enterprise a success. 30 county angle picture. know-ino- IN FIVE MINUTES NO drugs, but this is said to be sufficient isting flour needed ard did not have the privilegeheofenjoyed Saturday night Frederick INDIGESTION. GAS OR one's feet of every hard or cent, of the normal quantity date wo to rid TV. Rmlv. but said in "Tho Htvirt of Ezra Greer." A SOUR, ACID STOMACH soft corn or callus. until July 1. before which SEED CORN TESTED FREE what had been said about him and Pathe picture of five reels. a few drops on the are pledged to ship to the Allies You applv just Mr. Thomas H. Collins, of Richthnt what the sneakers had sid led Diapepsin tender, r.ching corn or toughened bushels. The Moment "Pane' him to the belief that he was held in mond, district farm agent, is in the CARD OF THANKS Rcachr The Stomach All callus and instantlv the soreness is vorv hie-- esteem not onlv by the ity and will remain over WednesNO MORE CATARRH We wish to express our thanks to League members, but by all of Stan day and Thursday. His mission is to Distress Goes relieved, and soon the corn or callus withwere so good to us in the public is so shriveled that it lifts out That Has all who illness and death of our ford, as well. urs. ll. .i. nrazeuon. test seed corn for thecharges, and he recent "Really does" put upset stomachs out nnin. It is a sticky substance A Guaranteed Treatment Time Uncle of all D. Welhum nnd it Stood The Test Of overcome in- which dries when anplied and nev Dudderar. We will P. L. Bruce and W.were appointed a does and free State College at Lexdaughter, Thelma in order really docs" the Sam oumv; Mr. J C. McClarv mm digestion, dyspepsia, gas. heartburn- er inflames or even irritates tne surPntnrrh euros come and catarrh never torget ineir Kinuiii'sa them. Our committee to draft resolutions on Dr. ington paving the bills. He has an repav .i ..mivnnea dun to npid fermentarrmnilinf skin. and will be cures go, but Hyome continues to day hope to partly but the sttng has Earlv's death nnd they will appear office in the : ;n Rva minutes that just that This discovery will prevent uiuus-and- s heal catarrh and abolish its disgust- loss is irreparable found ready and willing to make relarggood in these columns later. he makes Pape's Diapepsin the of deaths annually from lock- ing symptoms wherever civilization been somewhat assuaged by the liable tests at any time. When exdeeds of our good friends and est selling stomach antacid and regu- jaw and infection hercfore resulting exists leaves, a gentleman with years' MILLS FORGOT SOMETHING fameat Eve'rv year tne already enormous neighbors. R. C. Dudderar and lator in tho world. If what youblcn from the suicidal habit of cutting Hon. Edwnrd H. Mills, who lectur- perience in testing seeds, will sucferments nnd turns sour, you it sales of this really scientific trca ily. corns. ceed him and will remain in Staned on prohibition at the ras and eructate undigested food or ment for catarrh grow greater, and Fridav night forgot to perform a lit- ford for some 30 or more days. Inaches: SEED CORN UNCERTAIN water; head is dizzy nndyour CARD OF THANKS stunt before he left Stanford and stitutes will be held in many sections the present year should show all recHon. W. H. Shanks showed the tle failure has caused him to lose of Lincoln county and the farmers breath foul; tongue coated: waste, We desire to express our profound ords broken. thnt indigestible four ears of many of the friends he made here by will be given every opportunity to filled with thanks to all who were of so much If you breathe Hyomet dailv as di- Interior Journal force tested for seed. Tcmemeber the moment "Pane's help and comfort to us and to him in rected it will end your catarrh, or it corn which had been his speech. He did not pay Mrs. Hunn have their corn tested. Seed corn comes in contact with the the illness and denth of husband nnd won't cost you a cent. Three of them tested only about his hnnr.l bill, anil ns a consequence should test not less than 80 to 85 s one was cent, and Po- - ner cent., but Mr. Collins finds that stomach all such distress vanishes. It father, Dr. M. D. Earlv. We feel that Tf von have n hard rubber Hvomei eight or ten per strange part of that lady is "miffed." Chief of truly astonishing almost marvelous in. hnvn hoon nnrtlciilnrlv fortunatO inhaler somewhere around the house, almost perfect. The germinated well lice George T. wood wns torn oi me much thnt he has handled falls below ,rvn tnv is its hnrmlessness. among a people once to for- it is, the one that "forgetfulness" of the lecturer nnd 15 per cent., some going to five. In and start case of Pape s to have our lots cast considerate and get it outyourself of it at was the meanest looking ear in the he got in communication with officers Bourbon A large fifty-cecatarrh. countv corn averaged 19 who are so kind, ever rid Diapepsin is worth its weight in gold thoughtful of those in distress. We nt Danville, at which place Mills suit- ner cent., in Fayette 15; in Nicholas The Penny Drug store, or any bunch. to men nnd women who can t get nnnrncintn thl trnnil deeds of the PUS- - other good druggist, will sell you a ed he would lecture next. Nobody 30: in Mndison 30. There never wns FOUR SUPERVISORS NOW their stomachs regulated, it dciuuks tors of the various churches, whom bottle of Hyomei (liquid), start to anything about him there, how a time when it wns ns important to c!r,i,ir TV Tl. Adiims has been add Wnew should always bo kept in your home probability is the mnn big corn crops ns now and evnnd loved so dearly, and wno it and notice how quickly it a sick, sour, upset Dr. Early so thoughtful nnd good in breatheout the air pnssages and mak- ed to the board of supervisors, the ever, "once the for governor of West raise nrecnution should be used conhandy in case of ery ran clears day or at "icht have been giving one renresentativc who new law stomach during the of in cerning the seed planted. our trouble. In fact wo are under es the entire head feel fine. magisterial district. The Virginia." will never be heard It's the quickest, surest antacid for Insting obligations to almost everyHvomei used regularly will end ca- for each now composed of Messrs. I). these diggings again. board is the stomach in the world. DECLARES A BIG DIVIDEND body in Stanford,, and wo shall never tarrh, coughs, colds, bronchitis or W. T. Tucker, J. B. Hon-ak- SAMMIES' HOSPITAL GARMENTS It matA complete outfit, including a R. Adams, W. S. Embry. The Boreing Land & Mining Co. en cease to feel grateful to them. tho fit and Five hundred of 726 horses, Cov- ters not where our home in Quite a crowd of ladies were here had n meeting of its stockholders hard rubber pocket inhaler and botroute to Franco nnd token off at Saturday from Moreland, Huston-vill- here Saturday and during the meetture will be, we shall always have a tle of Hvomei, costs but little. No ington for feed nnd water, died very warm spot in our henrts for stomch dosing; just breathe it. It GOV. STANLEY FRIDAY NIGHT quite n juicy melon. In other McKinnev, Waynesburg, Crab It is probable that tho circuit court Orcnhrd and Hubble learning from ing cut $18 000 wns pnid out in divithere. It is believed that poison ad- Stanford and her very dear people. kills tho germs, soothes and heals the words by German agents did tho Mrs. Early and Miss Mary Early. room will be crowded Friday night the Red Cross headquarters here how dends to its stockholders, many of ministered It infmmed membrane. when Gov. A. O. Stanley will address to make hospital garments for the whom are Lincoln county and dirtv work. An investigation of the poisoning is being made tho Liberty Service League at 7:30. Sammies. Lunch was served nt the wholesale A RII.IOUS ATTACK countv neonlo. The company "HIGHBALLED" ROWLAND by Federal nuhorities and several you have a bilious attack time probably in tho Tho governor comes nt the invitation noon hour and a very enjoyable and still has a big boundary ot vniuaoie When For the first and his talk will bo under surveil- vour persons are alreadv successful day was spent. conl nnd timber hinds in Harlan nnd liver fails to pertorm us i unc- history of the town, Rowland was of tho League lance. It is believed that the poison tions. You become constipated. Tho "highballed" by a passenger train worth hearing. ndloining counties. At the meeting was placed in tho water given tho food you eat ferments in your stom Saturday night. No. 22, tho North John W. Fox, the novelist, wns electDIED AT CAMP TAYLOR To Constipation horses on tneir arnvui in vuiH8iii. ach instead of digesting. This in- bound passenger, nau no one to iuv n..nnn.lnrv Dub "Husk" Coffev, aged about 23, ed n director in the place of his broWomen often becomo nervous and flames the stomach and causes nau- oft" there and there was nobody there despondent. When this is due to died nt Camp Taylor and tho re- ther. Jnmes W. Fox, who died Inst THE PNEUMONIA SEASON sea, vomiting and a terrible head- to get on, so it went through without constipation it is easily corrected by mains were brought here for burial winter. Mr. J. W. Hnyden, tho efficThe cold, damp weather of March ache. Take Chamberlain's Tablets. stopping. Sunday night. He wns a son of Har- ient secretary of the company, was taking an occasional doso of seems to bo tho most favorable for They will tone up your liver, clean meeting. nnd of Tablets. These tablets aro riett Coffey, colored,training died the here at the pneumonia germ. Now is tho out your stomach and you will soon GETS BIG CREAMERY CHECK tho at pneumonia while in to bo careful. Pneumonia often bo as well as ever. They only cost a to take and pleasant In efffect. time SELLS INTEREST IN FARM Mr. Albert VonGrucnigan, who easy above camp. He enlisted while at results from a cold. The quicker a quarter. lives out on tho Hustonville pike, J. M. Cress, of Bovle. enmc over bought at Danville work in Cincinnati. gotten rid of tho less tho dancold is carried off tho biggest check the ot W. H. Wearen II. Jordan a six- last week and sold his half interest ti,n enin nf .Toe ger. As soon as the first indication of the out "A Daughter of the Gods," big in the Drake's Creek farm In lives Geo. Collins and Frank Hudson Creamery Co. has so far paid was year-olW. B. May. Chamberlains mare for $205. a cold appears take at Danville, East End to J. B. Hutchins, who picturo paid L. V. Mullen, of Winchester, for butter fat. Tho amount cows nard bought a pair for $397.50 and Kellerman Cough Remedy. As to tho value of $288.96 for the fat from his 19 21. 'on the place. C. E. Beck bought three for $552.50. Thursday, March this preparation, ask anyone who has $60,000 for 148 acres of oil land in for the months of February. county. Lee used LINCOLN WILL BE RAISED The following from M. M. Logan, MARRIAGES John Wren, aged 19, and Miss Mary Belle Belcher, Id, were married in the East End Saturday. Dallas Row, of Marion, county and Miss Mary W. Price, of Boyle, were married in JcfTcrsonville Tuesday. Orville Flynn and Miss Vadie Tartar, of the Norfleet section of Pulns-k- i, court-houslong-heralde- d Car-pente- r, hard-workin- g Shoon-mnkn- r. Braz-elto- n. Courier- -Journal "-u- Phfe-delph- ia . 7. Lou-svil- le lss-it- f diplo-mat- ic u-s- ia r.d-vi- se well-know- i.t,f mkmB&tA'-- Govmij-ipnthuslas.t- ic the.-Knigh- ts court-nous- oun-ttt- d, nt court-hous- self-exaltati- inr-ncnte- ri Wea-therfor- d, .T w 1 court-hous- e court-hous- e es Pin-pepsi- n" ; nt n. cr e. Chum-berlain- 's d it Die Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t Tuesday, March 19, 1918 "i73".r-- i Condensed Report s E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright tntittd st (At po$tcfioi at Stmnhrd, Ky., tteond tlM mart matttr. Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KY. AS MADE TO COMPTROLLER, RESOURCES MARCH 4, 1918 $393,479.36 100,000.00 52,787.50 Lincoln County and Other Bonds 21,650.00 First and Second Liberty Loans 790.82 War Savings Stamps United States Certificates of Indebtedness.... 70,000.00 7,001.00 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures U. S. Treasurer.. 160,392.54 Cash, Due from Banks and Bill U. S. Bonds for Circulation discourage the seeking of divorce for the purpose of getting a new mate. The proverbial marrying in haste to repent at leisure or rather to seek divorce when they find that iney mnae a misuiKe or lire oi enen other was forcibly presented when a judge in Louisville said recently that ninety per cent, of the divorce suits that came before him were of counles who went to Jeffersonville and married, without proper consideration of the momentous step, some times in the spirit of fun, to find that it was not cuch a funny business nf-tcr pnas before the session of the legislature closes next Wednesday night, hut it would be n Rood thing if the bills to require a marriege license to be taken out ten days before the wedding and to prohibit divorcees to marry under one year after the granting of the decree were on the statute books of all the states. It would prevent hasty marriages and It is probably too Into for it to SPRING CLOTHING JUST RECEIVED Now is the time for you to don your New Spring Wraps, as Winter has at last bid farewell. all. 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 Total LIABILITIES $806,101.22 Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits Circulation Deposits Total $100,000.00 61,370.88 98,800.00 545,930.34 $806,101.22 The Hon. Claude Thomas, of Bourbon, was not elected sneaker, but he has got a level head all the same and during the session has fathered some rood legislation. He has n bill pending which has passed the House and which we hope will become a law, dininir room where ladies arc admitted. Wc have a prettv strong stomach, but when the tobacco smoke is so thick in a dining room that you can cut it with a knife, wc aro distrusted with the filthy habit and our stomach revolts. .Some of the papers spenk of the bill as a freak, but freak or not wc are for it. before. prohibiting smoking in any public The Deposits are the largest ever shown in a published statement by any bank in Lincoln County iii---''Tri 47 Cents THIS WEEK FOR BUTTER FAT, MARCH 18 TO 24 Tri-Stat- The e Butter Company Has Helped the Farm Woman TRI-STAT- one of our patrons gave us permission to print: Gentlemen: There has never been anything gotten up that has BUTTER CO. helped the FARM WOMAN like THE We used to churn and sell our butter, but with your help, we do not have to do that now. I can't help but sing praise for you. We have no store bill to pay We always have a little money. now. I have sent you several shippers and have never heard anyone say but what they were 'well satisfied. We will have six cows soon. We are raising a bunch of pigs on the separator milk and also have four calves. Long may your Company Stand! BEATRICE WELLER TRY SELLING YOUR CREAM TO Read the message E The i m Tri-Sta- te Butter CINCINNATI, OHIO tamimsiraiion - Co. - uniteu otai.es rooa license, no. 9 Dunlap Shoes for Spring Nifty styles for the young men; easy lasts for older men. $6.00 CRAB ORCHARD, $6.50 $7.00 KENTUCKY In a suit for damages because of alleged alienation of affection, a Los Angeles judge lays down some good rules to be followed in such cases. He says there is no such thing as damages for lost love, because the loser has not been damaged and if mother woman steals a husband from the wife she is to be congratulated and not pitied aver such a loss, as she has lost nothing that she is not better off without. The judge seems to be right. Such suits are not brought because of the great loss felt in the alienation but for revenue and to mnke the man pony up for his perfidity. We have alwavs thought that it was a grave injustice to summon a man from his work to go perhaps to a distant county to answer as a juror nnd because he was not accepted make him lose his time and expenses. The present legislature has remedied the inadequacy and hereafter all men who answer a summons will, be tiaid whether they serfc or not. at least for one da v. It is also probable that the nay of jurors will be increased to $3 a day as a bill to that effect has passed one house by a practically unanimous vote. Old Judge Evans, who ought to have been retired long ago. refused to lot the L. & N. transfer the damage suits to the Federal court because he says the government had no right to take over the railroads. Wo aro no.t saying that the cases ought to bo transferred, but we do sav that the control question is too big a one for this antiquated jurist to pass on. That this country is the melting not of the universe is shown in the fact that in one cantonment alone there are 7,fi00 foreign born soldiers, representing 4fi nationalities. It will be a wonderful performance if such a conglomeration can be unified and made of one purpose. Shep-herdsvil- le 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. McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY WITH THE CHURCHES. for several years. The missionary society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. E. L. ST. ASAPH HOTEL AT AUCTION The St. Asaph Hotel will be sold Reinhart at 2:30 Friday afternoon. A full attendance of the members at auction Saturday afternoon next at 2 o'clock. See advertisement. is desired. Rev. Cary R. Blain, pastor of the Silas F. Yeager, a brother of the Presbyterian church at Pineville, has resigned to accept a chaplainship in late Churchill Yeager, of this counthejiavy. Rev. Blain was pastor of ty, is dead in Lexington, aged 49. He theTHustonville Presbyterian church was a son of John Yeager. ol Uoyle, STANFORD, KY. Shelby Turner, of Middlesboro, policeman at Benham, was fatalljr wounded by a negro. He died after arriving at home. Cook Polly, policeman at Neon, Letcher county, was mortally wounded by Lew Chandler, who resisted arrest while drunk. Mrs. Jere B. Smith, sister of John S. Baughman, of Danville, is dead at I'aris, flip. St. Asaph Hotel W. E. PERKINS ?vxvvcvxcxwcsxxvx $ A Word About Silk Dresses the show window and a Silk Dress undergoing the close home inspection, are two different things. We have searched the markets and we believe we have the best made and most attractive line of Silk Dresses we have ever shown. We want you to come in and look at them. Examine the quality, the fullness at all points of strain, and the workmanship. The prices are reasonable $16.50 to $29.50. Slk Poplin Dresses $5.95 to $8.95. All the new Spring Shades in Silks and Poplins by the yard. Fancy Silks for Skirts, $2.00 to $2.50. A Silk Dress in i IN NICH OF TIME "Mv wife was unable to eat even the lightest food, and had fallen away to a living skelton. She could not even keep doctor's medicine on her stomach and was tortured with nain. On the recommendation of a friend I bought a bottle of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and she is all right now and has gained forty pounds." It is a simple, harmless that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation vyhich causes practically all stomach, jivcr and intestinal ailments, including appenidcitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. The Lincoln Pharmacy and The Penny Drug Store. It MAN SAVES WIFE At Auction The St. Asaph Hotel, one of the best hostelries in this section, will be sold at public auction, at Stanford, Ky. P.M. At 1:30 BURIED IN SAME GRAVE Mrs. Richard Wren and and her little babv wore buried in the same grave at Ephesus church Monday after services hv Revs. Brocks nnd Dis-hoThe mother died just a few minn. Saturday, March 23, 1918 The sale is made for the purpose of settling up the es- tate 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. Remember the day and date. One-hacash, balance on easy terms. lf ' i i nnd the child onlvlived a short while. Deceased was Miss Cenettie Johnson and is survived by her husband and a sister, Mrs. Simon Petrey. utes after her offspring was born SEVERANCE&SON xxxxxxxxxx;xxKttx When You Are In Town Drop In and See the FREE SHOW TONIGHT Manager George Owens, of the Stanford opera house, Is going to set 'cm up to n good show tonight. Ho has extended a general invitation to the public to see Knthlvn Willinms and Wallace Reid in "Big Timber," on him. There's no doubt about his having a crowded house. of the Gods," with the incomparable priestess of the water, Annette at Stout's Theatre, Danville, Thursday, March 21. Port-woo- William Fox's widelv advertised million dollar cinemn, "A Daughter Masterphone Kel-lermn- n. J and hear it play. It is the greatest of its kind on the market. Listen to its sweet tone. Sold by The Lincoln Pharmacy The Phone No. 27 5feBl Store Stanford, Ky. Six of his grandsons ncted as pallbearers ut the burial of Silas aged 75, in Mndison county. James Coleman, a prominent young man of Somerset nnd a athlete, is dead. J. II. Browning bought of Andy Dye ii pair of 7 and 8 year old horses for $300. n Alexander Hogarry, the Lebanon Catholic priest, is dean, ageu dd. Oil has been found at u depth of 435 feet on Joo Gibson's farm near Somerset. d, well-know- n T. J. HILL, Col. John B. Dinwiddie, Auct. Attorney for Estate, Stanford, Ky. Jr. well-know- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, CONDENSED STATEMENT Tuesday, March 19, 1918 . . .. OF The First National Bank STANFORD, KY. AS MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER, MARCH 4, 1918 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts $ 50,000.00 U. S. Bonds 2,150.00 First Liberty Loan 32,950.00 Second Liberty Loan 222.70 War Savings Stamps 28,000.00 U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness Other Stocks and Bonds Real Estate and Fixtures Cash and Due from Banks Total LIABILITIES $267,251.14 24.06 113,322.70 44,380.62 7,400.00 118,953.95 Mrs. Wm. Severance returned from Louisville. Mr. Spears Fisher, of Danville, Is with his son, Snm Fisher. Mrs. Elizn Coffey and Mrs. John Beck, of McKinney, are here today. Messrs. P. M. McRobcrts and J. B. Pnxton nre in Lancaster on legal business today. Mr. J. F. Rigncy and Mr. George W. Carter nre both considered slightly better today. Miss Liccic Bcazley has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. P. C. Sandidge, in the West End. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wcddle and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. CofTcy, of Huston-villspent Sunday with Mrs. Eliza Coffey, at McKinney. Mrs. L. L. Sanders nnd Miss May-m- c Holmnn were down from Crab Orchard this morning. They came with R. L. Collier in his big car. Cabell Woods leaves this afternoon for Chicopcc Falls. Mass., to a position with the New England Westinghouse Co., one of the biggest concerns in the East The date of Mrs. Campbell and e, nc-cc- pt , f to-d- ry .. plll.WT.4t" Welsh & Wiseman Co, Announce Their Advance Showing OF NEWEST SPRING FASHIONS IN $551,332.47 $ 50,000.00 5,769.16 Capital Stock Surplus Undivided Profits (Net) Circulation Deposits 33,000.00 49,700.00 412,863.31 underwent a delicate surgical operation in Lexington this morning and stood the ordeal nicely, her friends will be glad to learn. OPEN SESSION OF K. of P.' The following program will be rendered at the onen session of the Knights of Pythias lodge Thursday night, when a service flag will be unveiled : Mr. II. Rowan Saufley, presiding. Opening Prayer Rev. II. J. Braz-elto- has been changed from the 23rd to the 24th. It is for the benefit of the C. W. B. M. Mrs. J. G. Carpenter, of this city, Stanley's lecture at Crab Orchard Total PERSONAL AND SOCIAL March 23 Red Cross meeting of the Woman's Club, at 2:30 P. M. with Mrs. W. G. Withers, chairman. March 23 Mrs. Helm Bruce and Dr. Alice Pickett, of Louisville, wish to orpanize a Council of National Defense .for the women of Lincoln The hour countv at the court-housis 2 P. M. All women of the county are cordially invited to be present. e. $551,332.47 j Mr. C. E. Monday. Mr. R. M. ville Sunday Ashby M. Tailored Suits, Coats, Dresses Waists, Skirts, Sweaters Shoes, Millinery Correct Spring Footwear Smart Women are making our Store their Fashion Rendezvous for Shoes. It is here they get quality without extravagance. It is here where they can purchase stylish g Shoes that will enhance the beauty of that Easter Suit or Dress. snug-fittin- Tate was in Louisvilie n. - Address of Welcome C. E. Tate. Newland went to LouisMusic. night. Readings "Our Uncle Samuel" by Warren, of Louisville, spent Sunday with his sisters here. School Boy in the U. S. Johnnie Joe Hill leaves Thursday for train- Baughman. Reading "Our American Flag" by ing in the aviation department of Henry Ward Bcecher Miss Elsie the army. Mrs. Olive Scott came up from Coleman. Music. Louisville to attend the burial of Dr. Unveiling of the Service Flag M. D. Early. Mrs. J. B. Willis, of Crab Orch- Judge Chas. A. Hardin. Refreshments. Cabell Woods was in Cincinnati ard Springs, has been here several Reading "A Belgian Lullaby" by days with friends. 1at week. spent Gertrude Wilkinson Martha Gielaw Mrs. W. K. Warner. Miss Closing Prayer Rev. P. L. Bruce. Sunday with Lancaster relatives. Miss Elizabeth Grimes is visiting ROBINSON HOME BURNED relatives and friends at Richmond. The handsome home of Mr. George Mrs. L. B. Hilton spent several wnV'GeU-H- " D. Robinson, known as "The days with her parents at Brodhead. Maples." and formerly owned by Gen. John E. Roller, of Harris-burp- :, of the Capt. T. A. Elkin, burned at noon The Great Va., was here with friends' SatAge. Never Fails. Painless. Saturday together with most of the urday. contents. The place is on the LancasMrs. Carl King, of Crab Orchard, "Watch my step? What's the use! ter pike, some two miles this side of has been the guest of her sister, Miss I go along "right side up without care," even with corns, because I uao Lancaster. The loss is between $5,-00- 0 Man Wallin. "Gets-Itthe painless, and $7,000, with only about Mrs. L. C. Rose, of Parksvule, has remover. corn I tried been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. other ways galore, until I was blue $2,500 insurance. No one was at home when the fire started except a H. P. Glasscox. colored servant. Mattie Withers, who Quite a number from Stanford had a short while before started a will go to Richmond Monday night fire in an up stairs room. to hear Private Peat. Mrs. C. B. McKenzie and son, of LIVES ONLY 24 HOURS Lvnchbunr, Va., have been guests of The little son born to Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Jones. Mashall T. Boone, of Milford, O., Mr. A. W. Carpenter has bought lived only 24 hours and then its litBuick touring car of a tle licljt went out. The body will bo L. B. Conn and "W. W. Havs. Mrs. brought to the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Sauflev, . Editor Shelton Marshall C. Newland tonight and at Saueyand Shelton M. Sauflcy, Jr., 10 o'clock Wednesday morning funss.w?re down from Richmond Sunday. eral services will be held at the home. Mr and Mrs. J. Thomas Cherry The burial will follow in Buffalo and Mr. and Mrs. Frnzior Hurt were , ... i 4, . T Springs Cemetery. in the city from Crab Orchard Sun-daue"CeU-lt"- I Corns Simply Can'tStopu, Wo DOWN ABOUT 200 FEET Mrs. Turlcy and Mrs. Hoekadav. the in the faco and red In "Gets-It.- toes. Xo The Florence Oil Co., which is who have been the guests of Mrs. R " It moro for me. Uso T. Bruce, drilling on the K. Dunnigan lease in returned to Richmond never falls. Touch any corn or calthe Southern End of the county, has Tuesday. lus with two drops of "Gets-I- t "Gets-It- " does the rest. It's a reached a depth of about 200 feet. and Emil Meier and wife have returncuttlns relief to be able to stopwrapping Indications nre favorable. Mayor ed from Detroit, Mich., satisfied that corns, making them bleed, thre is no place like dear old Linthem up like packages and using Florence thinks, and he believes he sticky tape and salves. It removes will strike oil before many more huncoln countv. any corn clear and clean, leaving dred feet are drilled. Mr. H. C. Rupley went to Lebanon as the too as smoothnew your palm. You Mrs. R. Sunday to visit his dauchter, shoes without can wear those R. Hoiiriewn and Mr. Hourigan. The ' pain, danco and bo frisky on your MRS. NATHAN SHUMATE DEAD great to use "Gets-It.- " feet. It's Mrs. Shumate, widow of Nathan latter is ill. "Gets-It- " Is sold at all druggists Shumate, is dead in the Brodhead Miss Sara Wood has gone to Dan(you need pay no more than 25 cents ville to take a business course. She on receipt of price a bottle), or sent & Co., Chicago, III. section. She was Miss Annie Purcell, of Rockcastle. She is survived by will be absent from Stanford for by E. Lawrence several months. Sold in Stanford and recommend- three children. Mrs. W. H. Hansford has returnPresident Woodrow Wilson picks ed from a visit to friends and rela- ed as the world's best corn remedy by The Penny Drue Store. Fox's million dollar picture. "A tives at McKinney and Stanford. Daughter of the Gods," for wedding Somerset News. Rev. 0. E. Bryan, of Louisyille, is anniversary theatre party. You can Dr. H. C. Nunnelley, of Winchester, took the train here for home here today. see it at Stout's Theatre, Danville, Dr. Phelps, of Madison county, Thursday, March 21. Sundav. He had been to McKinney was with his sister, Mrs. R. C. Hock-e- r. to visit the Tanner family. The L. & N. has been ordered to Mr. G. W. Cabell returned Monbuild a new depot at Bowling Green. Supt. and Mrs. Garland Singleton day from Lebanon Junction. She g. was accomnanied bv Mr. and Mrs. B. are spending several days at e. H. Hammontree and Miss Ruth We, whose names are hereto atRobert Cass, of Brodhead, has tached will permit neither hunting, News comes from Richmond that been with his sisters, Mesdames L. B. fishing no rtrespassing of any kind Spears Turlev, a nephew of Mrs. Hilton and Bronston Elder. on our property, and those guilty of Lietu. II. C. Carpenter, now sta- doing such will be prosecuted to the Robert T. Bruce, of this citv. has battlesbook-keentioned at Camp Funston, was in the full extent of the law: J. C. Fox, J. been made on the hip, Michigan, which is in nart com- city with his many friends Monday. Fox Dudderar. manded bv Col. Carlo Brittain. His brother, Robert Turlcy, is a captain in the coast artillery. Step Lively! Corns Quit Corn-Loosen- er All sizes, all styles and all colors, at sane, sensible prices ", onMlke-a-ba-nana-pe- el Welsh & Wiseman Co Danville, Kentucky 4l4M"""l-ll"l-'ltl'(lll"t'lvfl-l-l"l'll-Ht- cr l t.t.lHBtMMt.,4... K3KE&EX rariy5.jgreraargrey 'l. -- . HM()H. H M !- v. "', This is the One Big Opportunity for Which Yon Have Been Waiting A Daughter 1 Gods THE MILLION DOLLAR PICTURE BEAUTIFUL, FEATURING Annette Kellerman THE PERFECT WOMAN Way-nesbur- Ham-montre- POSTED! The Queen of the Sea Undoubtedly the most wonderfully beautiful spectacular photoplay ever produced er Palmolive Soap Free For this week we will be allowed to give you absolutely FREE, two cakes of Palmolive Soap with a 50 cent purchase of the following Palmolive Products: Palmolive Shampoo, 50c and two cakes free. Palmolive Cream 50c and two cakes free. A Word to A FEW FACTS ABOUT Our Customers In these turbulent times it behooves ut all to keep our eyes There seems to wide open as to price and quality of goods. be a disposition by many big operators to get it all while the getting is good, and while we believe wo are entitled to a fair price for our goods, it is our determination to not gouge our customers, and if you will pin your faith to this store, we will show how we value your trade, by guarding your interest. Bet. ter to spend judiciously now than "wish you had" later. "A Daughter of the Gods" 2 1,218 People appearing in the cast Dancing Girls 300 Annette Kellerman, the perfect woman .The Star ,. See the Beautiful Sea Scenes SHOWING AT SEVERANCE & SON Oil Cook Stoves Our "Florence" Oil Cook Stoves have arrived. This is our third year with this stove and they have proven very satisfactory. We use an "Asbestos Feeder" NOT a wick that others use. Try one. STOUT'S THEATRE, DANVILLE General Admission 25 Cents Reserved Seats 35 Cents Thursday, March 2 1 st " Powder, 25c; Palmolive Tube Cream, 25c, and two cakes free. Palmolive Talcum VkAtirft A T'"jI10WSl"Tr A TZI Matinee Matinee NiSht Night 2 P. M. 4 7 9 P.M. P.M. P.M. The Penny . Drug Store R. Coleman, Prop. Phone No. 2 Stanford, Ky. W. H. Higgins, Stanford Write, wire or phone Stout's Theatre, Danville, Ky., for Reservation. Specify which show. Seats going fast, so make your reservation and see this show The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, LAND. STOCK AND CROP D. Long, of Mndlson county, Bold his tobacco crop nt nn average of $48.50. G. B. Swincbrond, of Lancaster, sold to E. C. Chcnthnm n grade milk cow for $140. Marcus Helm sold six mules to W. T. Robinson, also of Bovlo, for $1,650. Frank North, of Hustonville section, bought of Monte Fox a pair of marc mules for $520. B. W. Gaines will stand this vcar his big Perchcron stallion, as well as his great jack, Turner. Their advertisement will appear in this paper soon. Wntch for it. Henry Lunsford sold to Phelps Cobb, of Bovle, a horse mule for $190. Mr. Lunsford bought n mnro for $105 and a bunch of light feeding hogs at 16c Tuesday, March 19, 1918 J. IS BACK WITH NEW STATEMENT s PublicSale! As udminutrator with will annexed of G. A. Eubankt, deceased, I will on Fully Convinced Now About New Rheumatic Treatment Paint Almost Entirely Gone Robert Malcom, 68, of 1317 Walnut street, Cincinnati, O., the man who told several days ago what Tan-la- c Rheumatism Treatment had done for him in three days has kept taking the treatment since and is now fully convinced of the new treatment's merit. "This Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment with its radium is the best medicine for rheumatism I ever tried in my life and I've tried lots of them, too." said Mr. Malcolm. "I expect there were some folks who were n bit skeptical when I told n while back what the good Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment had done for me in just three days. They didn't think a medicine could help a per son so quicKiy and neither did I until I started taking this medicine. "The pains I used to have in my knees and the calves of my legs arc almost entirely gone now. They used to be so bad that I could hardly climb up the two flights of stairs to my flat but that's easy fo rme now. "I hope my statement will cause others to try Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment and that's why I'm giving this statement. I know I'd want somebody to tell me if they knew of a medicine that would really help rhcu-mntism." Public Sale! -- ld OF- ld Stock, Buggy, Harness, Etc. As administrator Saturday, March 23rd at 9:30 A. M. 2 of the estate of Ollie Dove Garner, I will on four-year-o- ld Saturday, March 23rd At liOO O'clock P. M. At the residence of the deceased, located 2 on the Middleburg pike, offer for salej Three Horses, One Milk Cow and Calf, Extra Good Sow and Pigs) about 25 barrels Wagon, Buckboard, Farming Tools, House-hole of Corn, and Kitchen Furniture) three stands of Bees, Etc. Two-hors- miles from Hus-tonvil- le ld d ACRES At the same time and place the FARM of THIRTY-THRE- E ten acres of which is to go in oats, and the rest in a good about cet of grass, will be rented until January 1, 1919. Possession will be given April 1, 1918. Terms made known on day of sale. J. W. HOSKINS, Adm'r HUSTONVILLE, KY. Public Sale! -- OF- Live Stock, Farm Implements I miles west of Waynesburg, Ky., R. F. D. No. 4, Two and ono-hanear the Pond school house. As I have sold my farm, I will sell my personal property on lf Saturday, March 23rd At 10:00 A. Consisting of: M. a pound. Wntch these columns for the description and pedigree of J. C. Bailey's great Peavine stallion, Rowland Pcavine. The fine fellow wintered well and Mr. Bailey now has him in the pink of condition. Mitchell Taylor, of Danville, is arranging to eultivnte four hundred acres of corn this season and thirty acres of tobacco. On account of the uncertainty of the hemp market, he will plant no hemp this time, al though he has been an extensive hemp grower in the past. Joseph 0. Crowder has sold one hundred barrels of corn to Anderson & Spillman nt $8 per barrel. The corn is being delivered this week. B. G. Fox has purchased this week two car loads of work mules for C. A. Wright, of Columbia, Tennessee, at an average of $125. Danville Advocate. J. M. Cress, of Boyle, sold to a Jessamine county party 14 mules at $170. He sold a pair of to W. T. Robinson, of Bovlc, for S4R5. a pair of olds to L. C. Bosley for S390, a pair to ( hmn, of Uovle, for 3.15. a pair to Freeman, of Lincoln, for $350, a pair to Mr. Crecilius for $302.50 mule to H. D. and a Frye, of this county, for $185. two-year-o- ld three-year-olds Etc. On her farm, located on Stanford and Crab Orchard pike, sell at public outcry, to the highest and best bidder, the following described personal property: Two Mares; One Horse; Two Heifers; One Cow; One Buggy and Harness; Canned Fruit, Terms made known on day of sale. M. C. Newland, Adm'r There will also be offered for sale the following described stock: One Mare in foal to jack; One red cow, to be fresh soon; One yearling Calf. M. H. Get Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment today nnd pet a real medicine for rheumatism. You can get Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment at any good drug store where you get Tanlac, the famous tonic. It DR. M. D. EARLY JOHNSON, Auctioneer. able at Waynesburg Deposit Bank, required of purchaser. One work mare; one yearling mare mule, a good one; one mare mule, extra good one; one pair good work mares, 10 and 8 years old, the 10 year old will bring a mule this spring; two good brood sows and pigs; three dozen nice hens and three young nice roosters; one corn drill, good as jumping Coulter plow; one double shovel plow; new; one e one good set log bolsters; one good wagon; one good d carriage; one cart; two sets of buggy harness; some work harness; a lot of good tobacco sticks. AND HOUSEHOLD KITCHEN FURNITURE. TERMS All sums under $10 cash; over that amount a credit of eight months; bankable note bearing 6 per cent interest and paytwo-horstwo-seate- The sad news was received yesterday morning of the death of Dr. M. D. Early, pastor of the Baptist church at Stanford. His death was a shock to his friends and the community. He was of considerable prominence in the denomination. Although considerable advanced in years he was vigorous in mind nnd body. Kindness of heart and fealty to God and his people and cheerful disposition were A CHILD'S TONGUE his characteristics. He was for a long SHOWS IF LIVER OR BOWELS ARE ACTIVE time Secretary of the State Board of Missions of Texas and at time of his If Cross, Feverish, Sick, Bilious, Give death he was Moderator of South District Association. Danville Fruit Laxative At two-yea- rld Garage at Public Auction on Saturday. Mar. 23, 2:30 p. m. I will sell to the highest bidder the following real estate 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 Once J. T. BELL, Waynesburg r sac Fubl ic Sale -- of- 117 Acres of Oil and Farming Lands Tuesday, March 26, 1918 At 2:00 O'clock P. M. given. Millions of mothers keep "California Syrup of Figs" handy; they know a teaspoonful today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has directions for babies, children of all ages and grownups printed on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here, so don't be fooled. Get the cenuine. made by Every mother realizes, after giving her children "California Syrup of Figs," that this is their ideal laxative because they love its pleasant taste and it thoroughlv cleanses the tender little stomach, liver and bowels without griping. When cross, irritable, feverish or breath is bad. stomach sour, look at the tongue. Mother! If coated, give a teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit laxative," and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out of the bowels, and vou have a well, p!ayful child again. When its little system is full of cold, throat sore, has stomachache, diarrhoea, indigestion, colic remember, a good "inside cleansing" should always be the first treatment Chamberlain's Cough Remedy A Favorite For Colds J. L. Easley, Macon, 111., in speaking of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy says, "During the past fifteen years it has been my sister's favorite medicine for colds on the lungs. I myself have taken it a number of times when suffering with a cold nnd it has always relieved me promptly." Martin Carriell bought the Robert Surface farm on Cedar Creek in Jessamine county at $200. John Shearer bought Charles R. Shaw's 67 farm near Union Mills, Jessamine county, nt $180.10. Will Broaddus bought of Fox & Robinson a pair of six and seven year-ol- d mules for $430. 9 ....... THE REAL ESTATE MAN For further particulars inquire of SWINEBROAD LANCASTER, v.. ........... KY. i I J 0 "California Fig Synrn Company." PUBLIC SALE! Wednesday, March 27th j 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: Located three miles East of 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. CENT-A-WOR- D ADS 23-- 2 (AU hero am 1 rent a word each Issue, cash w itli nrilt'r' po nil le than 2Sc each Ifsue. ) at this oflice. LOST Automobile crank. Leave FOR SALE 30 or 40 bushels hemp seed. Lincoln Wells, Yosemite. 21-- tf Kv. Cottace FOR SALE OR RENT. Mrs. Woodie on East Main street. 22-- 4 Hale. Dinwiddie & Owens MORELAND, KY. i i Agents Brooks-Euban- k Co., Lexington, Ky. 28 nice cattle, good FOR SALE quality and high-clasJ. M. Cress. 23-- tf Phone 3601. Danville. FARMER FRIEND Let me talk to you about a Papec Silo filler thev advance. W. P. Kincaid. tf FOR SALE I have 50 shocks of good fodder for sale. Call or see me at once. Mrs. F. B. Barnett, Huston23-ville FOR SALE July seed potatoes at S3. 50 per bushel. Also a Sharpies Cream Separpor. Mrs. Eflle Baugh-mas. be-fo- re 2t n. ? WORK MULES One aged pair; one pair coming mule; one matched; one horse mules, broke, good ones, are well mare mule, 16 hands high. the J 2 J a 0 A W 0 Q JACKS AND JENNETS 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. one a w HORSES One combined saddle and harness mare; a good show mare; one one mare pony well broke. Pony; 111 vvsSIPjhBSsHsmeL Attention Men! Our Spring and 19-Stanford. Southport Yellow Globe ONIONS onions for vour seed or eating pur- noses. 51.2& a bushel at Harry N. 22-- 2 Jones', Stanford. MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 and up on improved farm lands in Lincoln county. Five nur cent. Rufe 19-Somerset. Ky. WANTED to buv at once a good work horse. Must be gentle so that children can drive. R. B. Reynolds, tf As-hur8t 0 9 CATTLE steers; three Shorthorn milk cows; two Jerseys; all to select calve this spring, by good bulls; four weanling calves, extra good ones. Twenty-six Stnnford.Phonc 177 23-- 1 J J A a HOGS Twenty light hogs, good stock; two brood sows, ready to farrow. 0 FARMING IMPLEMENTS Four turning plows; two cultivators; two grain drills: corn crusher; manure spread- er; Dix cutter; hay tedder ; binder; two mowing machines; two Disc harrows, one 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 other smaller tools too numerous to mention. -- Summer styles are here and it is time for that new suit. LOST Knights Templar charm, with mv name and address enerraved on it. Please rct'irn to me. Dr. T 21-- tf W. Pennington. Stanford. MILLINERY OPENING Mrs. C. M. Young, of Iliuhland, will have her millinery openin-- ' next Friday and Saturday. You are invited to come J V 5 0 0 q J J A J w HARNESS Two sets wagon harness; plow gear; bridles; collars; single sets driving harness; one set fine double harness. We will be glad to show them to you. Every suit is for long wear. . and see her hats. 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. Acoy. FOR SALE Light 4, Overland touring car, model 90. Good as new. Only hem run 1,086 miles. Been well cared for. $050. Address W. A. Edrington, BradforsvHle. Ky. Route No. 2. FOR RENT 22-3- p 5 VEHICLES One family surrey; one runabout; two Frazier road carts. PROVENDER About 50 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. TERMS WILL BE ANN OUNCED ON DAY OF SALE J J a Q A Sam Robinson house and lot on Lancaster street. Good garden. Immediate possession. See Hughes & McCartv. Stanford, Ky., or writo mo. J. G. McBce, 1401 6th St. North-wes- t, Washington, D. C. FOR RENT The T. C. Ball store-rpoand rooming house I now occupy, until Jan. 1st. Nine rooms in house, which has bath and other conveniences. Will also sell my stock of groceries at cost. Jas. Shimett. Stanford. Mv m : J. C. & Jennie Carpenter : 2 1-- 2 Miles from Hustonville on the Bradfordsville Pike. ;JI 5 COL. JOHN B. Dinwiddie Auctioneer. Dinner on the Grounds 23--- 4t