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No. 24 The Interior Journal The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, March 22, 1918 ThejWal MaegOWELL self-denyi- Sv o,"- - s ia & . Tuesdays and Fridays RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Resolutions adopted by tho Baptist church of Stanford, Ky., touching the death of RcV. M. D. Early, D. D.: Whereas it has pleased God to call from the scenes of his earthly labor on March 13, 1018, our beloved pas-to'- r, Dr. Early, to tho higher service in the heavenly world. Wo, therefore as members of the church ho served, adopt the following resolutions of deepest sympathy: That while we bear with unmurmuring submission to the will of God we wish to place on record the deep sense of loss felt by us in the removal of Dr. Early from our midst and we also desire to express our gratitude to God for the faithful, service- rendered our church and community by this departed servant of God. That we ns n church boor witness to the fact of Dr. Earlv's nbilitv and earnestness as n preacher, his Godly manner of life as ministering to our needs in spiritual things and loving watch care of his people, as a true of Jesus Christ, who was ever Rcndv to go, reatjy to wait Rcndy a gap to fill Keadv for service, small or great Ready to do His will. That we extend to the bereaved family of our late paster, our heartfelt sympathy in their loss and commend them to the care and love of our Heavenly Father, who doeth all things well. Be it further resolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the bereaved family of our deceased pastor and a copy to the Interior Journal for publication and a page in our church record be set apart to his memory. W. H. WEAREN. DR. E. J. BROWN. GARLAND SINGLETON, Com. undcr-shepher- d and told tho writer that he had sent the money and that his reason for not paying the bill before he left was because he could find no one to nay it to. He went from tho courthouse after his lecture to his room at Mrs. Penny's, and thence to the Hunn House, but nt tho latter place no one was up and he did not want to awaken the entire household so ho thought ho would pay the porter at the depot the next morning. No porthere ted wasand when he took the 4:30 train, at Junction Citv ho in quired the name of the keeper of the boarding house, but failed to find nny one who knew, ho having forgotten the name. From Nicholas-vill- e he sent tho money order, nnd yet failing to recall Sirs. Hunn's name, he drew a diagram of the location of tho boarding house in his letter to Mr. McRoberts, who caught in an instant to whom he wanted the money paid. The Incrior Journal does not believe that Mr. Mills intended to bent Mrs. Hunn out of the money, nor was it tho intention of this paper to do him an injustice. We are glad he came around with the "dough" and hope that hereafter he will not wait until the last minute to transact the most important business the hotel man has with him. MR. MILLS CAME ACROSS O. K. INTEREST INCREASING NIGHTLY Last issue the Interior Journal The interest in the Bible Institute stated in its columns that Mr. Ed- now being conducted by Evangelist ward Mills, who lectured on prohibi- Oliver L. Dcnslow continues to intion at tho court-hous- o Friday night, crease from night to night. The subhad "forgotten" to pay his bill nt tho ject Tucsdnv night proved to bo an Hunn House before he departed. It intensely interesting one. It was "Tho is true that ho did go away without Kaisers world Emn re Doomed." paying the bill and it was not paid From tho second chapter of Daniel's until Wednesday morning when Post- book of prophecies Mr. JJenslow master II. J. McRoberts received n found positive proof that there money order from Mr. Mills asking would never again be a universal that tho money be handed Mrs. Hunn. kingdom dominating the whole The lecturer called up this paper world. from Hustonvillo nt noon Wednesday "Six hundred years before the ABOUT YOUR SEED CORN USE "CASCARETS" FOR The seed corn situation is more LIVER AND BOWELS serious than ever known WHEN CONSTIPATED Tests have now been made in before. all the Blue Grass counties and one farWhen Bilious, Headachy, Sick, For mer in twenty has corn not to plant. fit Sour Stomach, Bad Breath, The excessive cold in December has Bad Cold killed the germ in corn just as it has in the peach ahd other fruits. Your box. Get a corn may look dry and and tonight to cleanse still this germ be killed. soundAllies Take a Cascaret The your Liver, Stomach and Bowels, and now 400,000,000 bushels you will surely feel great by morn- are wheat about of their needs. The of short ing. You men and women who have wheat crop of 1918 to be headache, coated tongue, a bad cold, used to supply this will have shortage. We are bilious, nervous, upset, bothered must have corn to take the place of with a sick, gassy, disordered stom- this wheat. There is very little of the ach, or have backache and feel all 1917 corn crop fit worn out. Are you keeping your bow- what there is will in for bread and July be higher els clean with Cascarets or merely you ever saw it The forcing a passageway every few days than corn crop bids fair before.worth to be 1918 pills or castor $2 per bushel this fall. We must prowith salts, cathartic oil? duce a bumper crop. The man who Cascarets immediately cleanse and fails to plant, trood seed is helping regulate the stomach, remove the No true, patriotic, ibel sour, undigested and fermenting the Kaiser. ' V.food'and foul gases'; take, the excess neglect testing his, seed corn; It takes being held m Hill s Auditorium. This bile from the liver and carry off the corn to produce nork, it takes corn hall formerly belonged to tho Odd constipated waste matter and poison to produce beef. In fact, corn is tho bellows. from the bowels. very basis of our suplly. Are THE PIKES ARE BEING WORKED Remember, a Cascaret tonight will you going to take food on losing straighten you out by morning. A 10 vour corn crop by a chance bad seed? If every male citizen in the county planting box from your druggist means If you will wait until later and find was as much interested in cond roads cent healthy bowel action, a clear head that your seed is bad you will not be ns the Interior Journal's young and cheerfulness for months. Don"t able at that time to buy any that is friend. Will Grimes is, Lincoln would forget the children. It trood. What are you going to do? have boulevards instead of bad ni':es. Help the Kaiser or help Uncle bam? He was one of the committee of five LIBERTY LOAN ANTHEM who signed a card asking that farBring your corn to the e "The Liberty Loan Anthem," ded- and have it tested free. mers living along the Dikes give a day icated to the success of the third apto tho improvement of the roads. The peal to tho nation for funds to carry others were Messrs. B. W. Givens,, CATARRH VANISHES on the war, has been formally apS. T. Harris. R. L. Hubble and W. G. proved by the loan committee of New Gooch, and while they have done their is York Federal Reserve District. It Here Is One That All share of the work, young blood that designed for use throughout the courses Mr. Grimes' veins has given Sufferers Can Rely Upon country: him more vim probably and he has The music was written by Mrs. worked like a Trojan. As a result of George Barton French. The words by If you want to drive catarrh and his labors 17 teams hauled over 150 Charles W. Gordon, follow: symptoms from loads of gravel for the Preachersville Heaven sent Liberty, our Nation's all its disgusting shortest possible pike this week. By the Preachersyour system in tho pride, ville Dike, we mean the pike extendtime, go to Our fathers fought for thee, fought, for a Hyomei your druggist and ask ing from Preachersville to the Stanoutfit today. bled and died, ford & Crab Orchard Dike at George Hyomei Then was our Flag unfurled, emblem of Breathe it gives and it will rid you Hail's, a distance of five and a half such quick relief cattarh; sublime, miles. The gentlemen who furnished that all who use A light unto the world through end- arc astonished. it for the first time teams and who also did work themless time. Hyomei is a pure pleasant antisep- selves are: W. P. White. D. M. Antic, which is breathed into the lungs derson. J. B. Anderson. Henry Luns-forOur watchword still shall be, "In over the inflamed membrane; it kills M. F. Lawrence. George Logan, God We Trust," the catarrh germs, soothes the sore G. A. Carpenter, Alfred Swonc, W. Striving that all may see our causa is spots and D. Gooch, T. A. Brent, W. L. heals all inflammation. just, Elmer Anderson, and others. Don't suffer another day with ca- Only one We fight for Liberty and shall not tarrh; the diseaso is dangerous and of the gentlemen who cease. nromised a team failed to have it on victory brings lasting often ends in consumption. Start the hand for the work and he gave a Till Freedom's Hyomei treatment today. No stompeace. good ach dosing; no sprays or douches; when reason and nromised two teams iust breathe it that all. Ask Tho work the next call is made. Another Now in our Allies' Land, breasting Penny Drug been set for three Store. It weeks day has when the gentlemen war's tide, hence Our sons march hand in hand, God gladly volunteered their services RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT is their guide. again. Some of gentlemen who made In the death of Dr. M. D. Early, work hands of themselves on the Once more we hear the call, "Keep which occurred March 13th, Lincoln Preachersville pike are: J. H. Miller, the world free." Risel Rise!! And give your all, "for Lodge No. 60, F .& A. M has sus- M. F. Lawrence. Harlan Walls, Wiltained a loss that brings' sorrow to liam Sprinkles, James Poynter, H. C. Liberty. tho hearts of "the Craft. Tho commun- Anderson, James Anderson. ity is deprived of fellowship with one RED CROSS ITEMS The Commission of Relief in Bel- of the most lovable men who has ever RICH STANFORD BACHELOR WANTS WIFE gium has asked the Red Cross to co- lived in it; the congregation to which "Many people have blamed me for llect for it, used and surplus clothing, ho ministered is bereft of a forcoful this activity to continue only a week. leader; the Baptist church of Ken- not getting married. Since childhood All those having underwear, shoes or tucky is shorn of a wise counselor, I have suffered from stomach and clothes of any kind, good enough to an eloquent preacher, a man who in liver trouble, never being able to get pay transportation on, pleaso bring the General Association of his church any medicine or doctor to help mo. Now that Mayr's Wonderful Remedy them in on Saturday, 23rd, to Miss was ranked among tho foremost. He was a brave soldier, a devoted has entirely cured me, I am anxious Esther Burch's studio. This is an oppatriot, a loyal Mason, a courtly to get a wife." It is a simple, harmportunity for everybody to help. Help tho Belgians with your old Christian gentleman. He did not less preparation, that removes tho caknow how to dodge a responsibility tarrhal mucus from the intestinal clothes. nor to shirk a danger. Ho did not tract and allays the inflammation know how to desert a friend nor to which causes practically all stomach, A Short But Strong Statement Women with backache, rheumatic countenanco a traitor. His influence liver and intestinal ailments, includpains, sore muscles, stiff joints or was all upon tho side of .good." Ho ing appendicitis. Ono dose will conother symptoms of kidney trouble was tho young man's friend) God has vince or money refunded. The Linread this statement from Mrs. S. C. taken him, wo mourn the loss to our- coln Pharmacy and The Penny Drug Small. Clayton, N. M.: "Foley Kid- selves, wo rejoice in the infinite gain Store It ney Pills have done me more good to him. Lincoln Lodge No. GO, F. & A. M. Mrs. E. T. Pence, Sr., of this city, than all other medicines." They strengthen weak kidneys and banish hnd a wire this week telling of tho T. W. PENNINGTON, death of a sister, Mrs. Mattio Simpbladder ailments. son, near Los Angeles. She was 72 Sold Everywhere. J. H. WRIGHT. J. N. SAUNDERSS, Com. years old and had been a widow a tt number of years. Thomas H. Eads sold to Mrs. SPRING IS NICE, BUT Traylor a Jersey cow for ?100. Lack of fresh vegetable food and Cut This Out It Is Worth Money interrupted changing habits make Don't miss this. Cut out this slip, Several these trying weeks for any one in- enclose with five cents to Foley & clined to namo address shoes which tic Tabletsconstipation. Foley Cathar- writing your receiveand return aclearare just the thing for in- ly. You will in trial digestion, biliousness, gas on stom- package containing Foley's Honey can ach, firred tongue, headache, or oth- and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds er condition indicating clogged bow- ad croup, Foley Kidney Pills and own price; els. Cause 2835 Co., Danville. Everywhere.no bad after effects. Sold ley CatharticSheffield Ave., Chicago, Tablets, 10-ce- nt birth of our Lord." declared the speaker, "Nebuchadnezzar, king of uabylon. sat unon tho throne of uni versal dominion benring sway over all the civilized world. One night as ho retired to rest he began to think of the future wonderinir what should come to pass hereafter. That night God gave him a dream in which the history of tho world was plainly foretold. Ho saw an image divided into four parts; the head was of gold the breast and nrms of silver, tho sides of brass, the legs of iron and the feet nnd toes of iron and clay. In the interpretation of the dream by uanlel, the King learned that there would be a succession of kingdoms. His kingdom would go down before a scond, and this in turn before a third, und the third before a fourth. The fourth kinirdom would be broken up into fragments or several smaller kingdoms which would never ngain be united even as iron will not mix with miry clay." Continuing the evangelist called attention of history showing how his tory had fulfilled every prediction of the prophecy. Ancient Babylon fell kingdom n before the this in turn before tho Grecian kingdom, the Grecian Kingdom before the Roman, then last of all the Roman kingdom was broken up into ten smaller kingdoms and no man has ever come on to the stage of action that was able to reunite them into one great nation. "And," declared the speaker, "ho rrtan ever will." The Kaiser with all his military machinery is doomed to as certain failure as Napoleon and his French warriors of a hundred years ago. The nrophecy further teaches that in tho last days the rulers of Europe will 'mingle themselves with the seed of men' that is they will intermarry. Today Europe is one great royal family And in the days of these kings, that kings, shall is these intermarried the God of heaven sot up a Kingdom which shall never be destroyed." Thursdays night the subject was "Heaven." Friday night there will be no meeting thus giving opportunity for all to hear Gov. Stanley. Neither will there be meeting Saturday night but on Sunday night Mr. Dcnslow will. speak on "World Conditions and Mcdo-Persia- t2r$2-&- ' court-hous- CLUB RECITAL MANY STARS ON SERVICE FLAG The ceremonies attending tho unthe MacDow-ol- l Society, nssisted by the Expres- veiling of the service flag by tho sion JjWp'ls rf Miss Esther nurch at members of Diadem Lodge, No. 81, thcGradcd School building Saturday Knights of Pythias, at Castle Hall cvcniiHri was a success from every Thursday eveninir were ns beautiful standpoint A good crowd was on as they were impressive. Fourteen hnndjand it heard an exceptionally of tho gallant members of that grand well rendered program, as is always order have gone to the colors anil the amy when Miss Ellon Ballou, their names as well as a star for each will bo seen on tho walls of the lodge Stanford'" splendid teacher of room until they shall have returned music, is behind tho school Freshman class as victors or shall have given of their d for the country they love, whosetm mbcrs figured conspicuously inlthe rendition of the program, It was most fitting that tho Knights of rythias of Stanford took the step had chtwge of tho financial end of its is understood a neat sum they ilid, for it shows that fraternal which has been apnlicd spirit for which the order stands and to JtjMfde for the war work of the will stand for nil time to come. There Y. MBy" ; The Program ns render- arc fourteen stars on tho handsome ed ws as f Hows: Piano "America" flair and they represent the follow MisaerMc" ir0t Mnthony, Mary Roid ing young men: ueorce liurdette, II. Chancellor Sara Bright, Lucllc Car- t. Carpenter. Lynn Davis. John v. ter; lead njr "Tom Sawyer's First Fields, T. Marion Fields, J. Mnck CourflNin" Miss Sadie Wearen: Fisher, J. E. Jordan, J. N. Monefee, Pinnr"HTcn tlo Lights arc Low," Jr., R. Walter Milhurn, B. L. Mc- MisswtH tr Anderson, Joan Ballon, Kechnic, IS. C. Popples, J. O. Reid, Wooar Mf-- Playlet in one net F. A. Wcatherforil, W. C. Wilson. "Whire's rvke?" Eddie Bruce Heroes all of them. Mr. II. Rowan BnugSmc Mibo! Masters, Pearl Saufley was presiding officer of the Mnsiersj R nutvl Dudderar. Lewis open meeting and right well did he C'V WnriiMN serve. He opened the exercises of iio Masters. Piano Mediftitir n'lliam Wclbum. "The the eveninir with a splendid tnlk Truth'-"- ? i . J ire" Comedy in one whjch was brimful of patriotism and act-M- rs K. Warner. Misses which received prolonged applause C oleman JonesHB and Wearen. when he concluded. lr. Haullev in PIanb-"' .. . . On. Away" Misses Lu- - herits tho oratorical genius of his fa ... !( trr.. Annie Lee Eubanks. ther, the late Judge M. C. Saufley, CIHOttJwr.il r , William Tate. Rending some ot whose utterances in the nub "ASorr ff the Camp" Miss Elsie lie places still ring in the cars of Colepan: Piano "Rustic Dance" those who heard them. Dr. H. J MissipHVIr.rgaret Davison, Louise nnd Brnzelton offered a fervent prayer, LuciWSWntprs. "The Other Wnmnn" after which Mr. C. E. Tate welcomed A day in one act Misses Wearen the many present in a splendid effort. Piano "Spanish His talk was full of good thinsrs and and Wilkinson: Dan rl Misses Sophie Saunders. Vie was heartily onioyed. Johnnie Bauch Gose mith William Wclbum: Tam- - man in a very creditable way read Uncle Samuel." which boure Miss Margaret Davison; "Our Elsie Coleman read after Amer "Our Castsgeu William Tate; Triangle, Miss FranilW' Cormnoy. ican Flag " in a most pleasing man ner. Judge Charles A. Hardin, of SWIrllROAD MAKES BIG SALES Harrodsburg, was the speaker of the evening and his etlort was a gem. Tho CoL&G. B. Swinebrond, the estate wizard, was a call- Interior Journal regrets that space er atffthU office Thursday. Asked if forbids a full resume of the many he knipJiiiy news he said he did not, good things it contained. He dwelt on the patriotic duty but .fiter considerable trouble the at length reminding his hearersof the that following good real estate deals were citizen, extraoifcd from him: He sold for fighting in the trenches was only one of tho many patriotic things that Jamesff.'. Hamilton to George and W. could be done toward bringing about J. Bro'Jdus 493 acres of land near a successful ending of the great war. Bryanfcgille for $61,732.50; he sold plead with the "folks back home" for R33. Hushes, of Louisville, to He Jamesjfc Hamilton his farm of 178 to do everything in their power for acres, trie mile from Lancaster and a the "flower of the country" who had part e Beazley place, for $35,-00- given their lives if need be toward Ke sold to Lloyd Bourne for saving America from the Kaiser and Judge Hardin in fine himsella farm of 35 acres four miles his kultur.his address will was remem from Lancaster on the Danville pike, trim and years to come bybe those who for S4J800. The place is unimproved. bered for Bettie J. Scott, of Vernon, were fortunate enough to hear him For conclusion of the superb ef Texasme sold to Henry Arnold her At thethe flag was unveiled amid 50-aplace near thb Richmond fort pike. rl'c milc; from Lancaster, for cheers of the knights, their wives and their friends. A ''leasing, feature of . hv-Mr- ef ...,""?-tho evening was n Tctxd' ft? J. ' ' W. K. Warner. She gave "A Belgian Lullaby" as only an artist can. An BUILDING GOING UP FAST spent discussing a hour was Sunt. Garland Singleton, who was toothsome then that in lunch had been pre Wayncsburg the other day, told pared by The I'nncess and which 'at the I. J. that Waynesburg Graded was beautifully served under the su School District will soon have a con- pervision of Mesdames R. B. and J crete school building and that it will H. Woods. Six beautiful Stanford be n most creditable one. It will be girls acted as waiters and they did two stories high nnd will contain their work perfectly. They were: some eight or ten rooms. Phillips Misses Annie Rogers Powell. Allie Bros., of this city, are doing the con- Russell Fish, Rachel Hill. Thclma crete work on it. while H. H. Single- Francis, Nancy Katherinc McKinncy. ton is looking after the carpentering. and Gene Wood. The lunch consisted The gentlemen are working to the of sandwiches, salads, pickles, coffee, end to make it one of the best school etc., and was greatly enjoyed. A buildings in the county. prayer by Dr. P. L. Bruce, of the Kivo" w-tlife-bloowas-.rfgbec- .vj: THE LATEST WAR NEWS Following n terrific artillery storm which five hours, German lasted troops attacked British lines in nnd near the Cnmbrai sector yestordnv over a fifty-mil- e front. The assault was mado on a scale hitherto unprecedented during the war. Por- - W nf-fai- rs -- -- . tions of tho British positions were penetrated, but the Germans paid a heavy price for the grain in dead and wounded. The attack was not .unexpected, nnd Andrew Bonar Law told the House of Commons that there was no occasion for alarm. Sensitiveness is displayed bv the German Imperial Chancellor, Count von Hcrtling, over tho declination of the United States and the Entente to nccept as it3 face value Germany's last proffer of peace. Running the gamut from Germany's good intentions to the fate that ultimately will befall the Allies for their refusal to be token in bv Germany's sweetened words, the Chancellor repeated the admonition that for all future bloodshed tho Allies must accept full responsibility. Hertling grout concern and regret over the conditions in Russia, declaring that the Slav republic would be liberated by Germany. The United States and her associates in tho war hHve come into approximately 1,000,000 tons of d shipping with which to aid in prosecuting the war ngainst the Teuwell-worn ' ed murh-ncede- Ola-afcan- l ful in perfecting arrangements with the Netherlands Government for the taking over of Dutch vessels lying in American and allied ports, the United States and Great Britian have ordered all such vessels seized in accordance with international law anil put into service for the benefit of the Allies. Holland, in the face of Germnn threats and intimidations, long had hesitated voluntarily to relinquish the desired mercantile marine, and nothing remained but for the United States and Great Britain to act within their sovereign rights and seize the ships, full compensation for the use or destruction of which is to be given. In intense aerial fighting on the British front in France and Belgium. 28 German airplanes were accounted for by British airmen, says the official statement of aviation GOT THREATENED RAISE CUT Judge T. A. Rice, County Attorney T. J. Hill. Jr.. and Mr. J. S. Hocker went to Frankfort Thursday and appeared before tho State Tax Commission, M. M. Logan, chairman, in behalf of Lincoln county. In a letter to Judge Rice, which appeared in Tuesday's I. J. Mr. Logan wrote that Lincoln county would be raised on her lon 5900,0Qn:t town lbt' 3'l2foT00'0 and oh tangible p'foperty. $100,000 unless her supervisors made tonic Allies. Having been unsuccess- of-Jth- 0. M. raise to aggregate amount. The gentlemen must have put strong arguments, for they got the promise from the board that the threatened raise would be cut down $500,000. This is good work on the part of the three gentlemen and their services should not be forgotten. The board of supervisors will now govern themselves nccordingly and verv nrobablv will make sufficient raises to prevent tne btatc Hoard taking action. WILL UNVEIL SERVICE FLAG At the Presbyterian church Sun day morning at the preaching hour a service flag, which was presented by Mrs. Helm, wife of Congressman Harvey Helm, will be unveiled. There will be six stars in the flag, one for each of the following young men who have gone to the aid of their coun try in the fearful war that is being waged for humanity: Trueheart P. Bourne, Lvnn H. Davis. Marion R. Calmese, Sam J. Embry, Stith Noe, Francis G. Weatherford. A pleasing program will be rendered at the services which promise to be very beautiful and impressive. tat " FAIR CO. TO PAY THE TAX d. It was decided at the meeting of of the Lincoln the stockholders County Fair Saturday afternoon, lGth, that the association would pay the tax on the tickets. For instance thetax on a 25c admission ticket is 2 and on a 50c ticket 5c. These amounts will be taken care of by the fair people and the tickets as usual will be 25 and 50c. This will amount to a considerable sum but tho association will be glad to help Uncle Sam along that much. l-- Presbyterian church brought the evening's program to a close and all went away feeling that the Knights of Pythias had done a splendid work and that it was good to have been with them. A MARKER Mc-Cart- y, FIRE ALARM SOUNDED The burning of a shock of fodder near Hugh Baker's home on Huston-vill- e avenue Tuesday evening about 7 o'clock caused the fire alarm to be sounded. Quite a crowd rushed to the scene to find that the fire was of very little importance. The hose wagon finally "arrived, but it was so slow in coming that many forgot that Stanford had a fire department. TAKE CHIDREN OUT OF DANGER If you saw a child on a railroad track you would endeavor to remove the little one from danger. When a child is "snuffling" or coughing, is not it your duty to got him out of danger of severe consequences? Foley's Honey and Tar gives relief from covghs, colds, croup and whooping cough. Contains no opiates. Sold Everywhere. WILL SPEAK AT HIGHLAND Evangelist O. L. Denslow, who has been speaking nightly at Hill's Auditorium here", will speak at the Methodist church at Highland on Sunday afternoon, March 31st, at 2:30 o'clock. His subject will bo "The Kaiser's Empire" World Doomed." , sleep-disturbin- g LARKIfy VANHOOK DEAD Larkin Vanbook, formerly of this county, buUwho has lived in the Brodhead section for years, died there Thursday and was buried at Goshen today. He was 75 years old and is survived by his wifo and five children. through here last night, being sent to Newport News for shipment to France. The. lot was under heavy guard of ateut 25 soldiers. HURRYIiHURRYl! HURRY 111 8 and lOelMner at 5c: 10 and 15c paper nt 8c;'.lS and 20c paper at 10c; 20 ana zte;Mper at 15c. Coomer & Nave, Danvifc, Ky. HORSES UNDER HEAVY GUARD Twelvo cars 'of army horses passed Em-mo- hundred pairs of best left purchase at your you Parks and Hendren Fo-C- o., of bearer and the admonition: "In FEDERAL COUNTY DIRECTOR case of accident notify Lincoln Lodge Mr. J. C. McClary has been apNo. CO, F. & A. M., Stanford. Ky., pointed Federal County Director for U. S. A." On the otlnr side is the the U. S. Boys' Woiking Reserve of square and compass. the Denprtment of Labor. Roys between the ages of lfi and 21 who CLOCKS CHANGE EASTER A. M. want to work will do well to see him. Every official clock in the United He will take pleasure in explaining States will be pushed ahead nt 2 o'- to them the method by w'hich they clock Easter morning, to 3 o'clock. can serve their country and draw Those who attend Easter service good wages. A bronze medal will be will start at tho accustomed hour, given all young men who thus are but when tho sun's rays are ono hour willing to serve their country. nearer the horizontal than they wore nt Enster service time last year. The GOV. A. O. STANLEY TONIGHT change of time is made by an act of Gov. A. O. Stanley phoned Dr. E. Congress, the purpose of which is to J. Brown this morning that he would conserve daylight. be here by 4 o'clock this afternoon and would address the Liberty SerNATHAN HALL BUYS FARM vice League nt the toe Nathan Hall, who sold his farm night. The public is cordially invited near Highland a few days ago, has to bo present. Speaking will begin at bought of J. R. Barnes, who bought 7.30 and n great crowd will more the Newell farm near Millegeville than likely greet Kentucky's chief some weeks ago, the place nt $130 executive. per acre. It contains 135 acres and well improved. Mr. Hall sold to J. C. ALMOST A YOUNG MAN AGAIN Atkinson, of Somerset, GO acres of E. R. Whitehurst. R. F. D. I, Northe farm, keeping the residence and folk, Va writes: "I had been suffering for more than a year, but since other improvements. taking Foley Kidney Pills I feel almost a young man again." They "IT SURE DOES THE WORK" Mrs. W. II. Thornton, 3523 W. strengthen and heal weakened or 10th St.. Little Rock, Ark., writes: disordered kidneys, stop "My littlo boy hnd a sevcro attack of bladder ailments, banish croup and I honestly believe he would bachache. rheumatic pains, stiffness. Fo- soreness. Sold Everywhere. have died if it had not been for ley's Honey and Tar. I would not be without it at any price, as it sure ST. ASAPH SELLS SATURDAY doe3 tho work." Best remedy known Tho St. Asaph Hotel, tho best for coughs, colds, whooping cough. known hostelry in this section, will Sold Everywhere. be sold nt public auction by Attorney T. J. Hill, Jr., at 2 o'clock Saturdny CARPENTER SALE WEDNESDAY afternoon. It is sold to wind up the Ono of tho biggest sales that have estato and will go nt some price. It been held in this section for some is a bargain for somebody. time will bo that of C. C. and JenPresident Wilson yesterday signed nie Carpenter near Hustonvillo next Wednesday, March 27th. Read else- tho bill bringing railroads under gov dis- ernment control nnd operation until where in this paper what will be posed of and make your arrange- 21 months ufter the close of the war. ment to bo present, nichnrd tT. Norton, wlin ftnfnntml Clem Abner was given 21 years Champ Clark for the nomination for' in tho pen at his trial at Winchester Congress in 1890. is dead at Trov. Mo. for killing Haldcn Ballard. court-hous5 sleep-disturbi- FOR EACH MASON Lincoln Lodge No. CO, F. & A. M.. has presented to each member of the lodge who has gone to service and will give to all others who go a pretty marker. On one side of the coin, which is nbout the size of a silver half dollar, is engraved tho name h Page Two ,TKe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday," March 22, 1918 HUSTONVILLE Hart was nt Lock No. 21 on tho Cumberland River' n fevr days ago nnd Had fine luck and returned with n nice string of yellow w --The Standard-Fam- ily Dr. Charles Remedy for Children and Grown-Up- s Constipation is a condition that has to be guarded against from infancy to old age. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin, acts easily and naturally and is as safe and pleasant for children as it is effective on even the strongest constitution. All Druggists A trial bottle 50 cts. free and $1.00 of charge, by writing can be obtained, to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 457 Washington St., Monticello, III. Preparations are already under headway for the taking of the census in 1920, with special attention to statistics covering the industries nnd employes in the development of natural resources. A bill providing for the 1920 census will be reported in a few days by the House census committee, of which our own Harvey Helm is chairman. Supervisors and enumerators of population and agriculture probably will number between 85,000 and 90,000, and for manufactures, mines and quarries, under separate supervision there will be 1,500 employes in the Con-pressm- field, with from 1,000 to 5,000 clerks and other employes in the census office. Payne Hasty and her Thomas Hasty, the husband son. arid father, is leading a searching party for them. Stocks and securities valued at $42,000 were taken from the office of the American Chemical & Mining Co., at Atlanta. Citizens of the Camp King section of Boyle nnd worked up over the sudden disappearance of Mrs. Clara Watch Your Blood Supply, Creep In Don't Let Impurities purely vegetable, medicine, that is Pure Blood Means Perfect Health. The average druggist has handled hundreds of medicines in his day, some of which havo long since been forgotten. But there is one that has been sold by the druggists throughout this country, for more than fifty years, and that is S. S. S., the reliable blood Manv drumrists have seen wonderful results accomplished among their customers by this great old medicine, and they know that S. S. S. is one of the most reliable blood purifiers ever made. Keep your blood free of impurities by the uso of this honest old medicine, and if you want medical advice, you can obtain same without cost by writing to Medical Director, Swift Specific Co., 28 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. n Closing UufShoes 150 Pair Men's and Boys' Work Shoes Peters Line CLEAN, Robbers entered the garage of Squire Gnnn last Sunday night and made n general investigation of tho rcpnlrs that wore in tho place. An auto had been stopped up near the college ns was found out later and it is supposed that they left tho machine thcro while they did their plundering in tho garage. Lair's bloodhounds were taken to the garage and there could bo no track taken awny'from XF EACH FAMILY saved" one cup of wheat floor it would amount to the spot near the college. 5,500,000 pounds, or more "than 28,000 barrels. If this saving was made Iko Shelby sold here Wednesthree times a week, it would amount to 858,000,000 pounds, or 4,377,000 day to a party near Kings Mountain barrels in a year. pair of aged marc mules for $550. a You can do your share in effecting this saving and really help to win Dave Rankin bought of various parties here a lot of shonts at 15 to the war by omitting white bread from one meal today and baking in its lGc. They wore delivered Wednesday place muffins or corn bread made according to this recipe: afternoon. Some of our citizens are crazy nbout their garden planting but help 2 HtUipon ragmr h cup corses is so scarce that not much has been No gf 1 cup flour done. W. D. Hockcr has planted his 1 cap milk h teaspoon salt potatoes. Irish 2 tabletpooa therteftiaf 4 tepooM Royal Baking Powdar Corn gathering is about completed here but some are having some trouSift dry ingredients together into bowl; add milk and melted ble to keep it from spoiling. shortening and beat well. Bake in greased muffin tins in hot oven about 20 minutes. Same batter may be baked as corn There are parties In this section bread in greased shallow pan. that have quite a lot of reliable seed corn that they will sell for seed purOar new Red, While and Blue booklet, "Best War Time Recipes," .containing many other poses later which notice will appear recipes for making delicious and wholesome wheat saving foods mailed free address in this column. Mrs. Hnrrv Neal and babies and ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., DEPT. H., 135 William St, New York Miss Orpha Dunham left Friday for City, Fla., the former's home. Dade Eugene Dunn sold an aged horse mule to Paul Jesse for $70. Born to the wife of Julius McKin-nean eight pound girl. The high winds of the latter part e of last week did quite a lot of HIGHLAND Pleasant Point, visited the family . Pulaski, visited his brother-in-law- ,. here to the fodder and hemp as S. Warfield last week. Green Young. Farmers are preparing for their well as to the fencing and barn roofs. Walter McGuffcy and family spent Mrs. Sara Baugh, of Pulaski, visitDr. Childress sold a fancy saddle coming crops, making tobacco beds Saturday and Sunday with the fam- ed her brother, Abner Young. and harness horse a few davs aco to and plowing. Mr. and Mrs. Res Bryant went Iva Hollar bought a cow from Mr. ily of Bantam Privitt on South Fork. a Mr. Piles, of Casey county, for Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hall and bato see. his mother, who is Settles for $G0. 5125. Mr. C. W. Dunlap, who has been by, Fannie, have returned from a ill. Jack Gann and Henrv Snow went Eld. Gamboe, of Lexington, preachto Louisville last Saturday in the in- living at McKinney for some time, visit iu in is. nuus reiauves in jriKe county. ed at the Christian church has moved to the Holtzclaw farm. terest of the auto business. The family of Andy Gourley spent and night. He was the guest Green Carrier has moved to the AI Land and Bud Cundiff passed Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A R. of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Conn. through one dny last week to Louis Beadle property. Nathan Hall has sold his farm,, Clarence Burton, who worked a ville on business. Millard and Leslie Hatfield with known as the Thomas N. Butt place,, James Wright arrived here Mon- while during the past year for some day. He is here on a business expe- of the oil companies has gone back their wives visited the family of E. to H. B. Pdgue, of Peebles, 0 for B. Hatfield, near Chappcll's Gap last $4,000. It contains about 60 acres. to Detroit. dition. Emil Meier and family have come week. Miss Lizzie Phillips, of Liberty, Mrs. John Faulkner, of Detroit, KenRepresentative Fields, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. back from Detroit and will help his accompanied the family of her bro- tucky, member of the Houseof M. Myers last week for a few days. father run the farm this year. ther, Robt Hatfield to this place to Mr. H. F. Horton, of Detroit, who introduced a bill to put. Our old friend, Dr. Bohon, who is visiting his son at Decatur, 111., came in last week to make some dis- be present at the burial of her little an end to deception and frauds which writes that he has undergone an op- position of his house and small farm niece, Mildred Hatfield, who died in he said are being practiced on the y Detroit. beneficiaries of American soldiers eration for a cataract on his eye and of 16 acres, has sold it to Will Mr. Jack Webber, who has been killed in the war through claim agenfor $900. that it was successful. Holly Warfield made a business in the mercantile business near the cies which are springing up over the Harry Williams, of Butchertown, trip to Lexington and Louisville and old Reunion grounds for two years, country. was here Wednesday. has sold his property to Lon PadCollins Moore, of Shelby City, was visited his relatives there.. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Huddleston gett for $700. Mr. Webber will go It doesn't take long for here Wednesday on business. George Tucker, one of our hust- have gone to Wayne county to visit to Parlor Grove and try the mercan- stomach tablets to end indigestion. tile business. First dose relieves. Guaranteed by ling stock traders, arrived Tues- Mr. Huddleston's relatives. John Osborne, who has been at The Penny Drug Store. Miss Lucile Young, who has been day evening with 150 head of hogs. It Junction City for a number of years He purchased them in the East End attending the Normal school at Rich- following the barber trade, has movEnough dynamite to blow up half Casey. He sold them to Emmett mond, had to come home last week of ed back to Highland and will farm the great shipyards at Hog Island McCormack and Gann, who shipped on account of being ill. with his father-in-laMrs. M. W. was found there during February. them to Cincinnati. Mrs. Hardin Young, late of New Hollar. Chnrlie Fair, one of tho Sammies, Castle, Ind., is here visiting her relJ. R. Young and family, of StanProf. J. A. Carnagay was now locntpd at Camp. TnyJ, was atives, ford, visitqd his father Sunday. superintendent of Danville's city here a short while Wednesday, evenMr. and Mrs. Charley Brown, of J. M. Hall, wife and daughter, of schools. ing on his way back to camp. He had been to Liberty to see his parents ITIlTTig TTrrmrrrrTTrrm-nrrrTrrTmTi'mnnd other relatives He is a Sergeant Major. Rov Chelf and bride, who is a daughter of Sherol Stapp, were, here Wednesday eveninc shopping. They eloped to Jellico. Tenn., a few days ngo where they were made pne. They Q are both very young in the cause of matrimony. salmon. 22 Million Families in the United States Corn Meal Muffins FOOD WILL "WIN THE WAR of-L- y, dam-ng- Sunday-mornin- g Du-ga- n. Military-Committe- Ger-ke- Mi-o-n- a. k NEW . . STOCK E. L. Perkins, of Morganton, N. car-loa- d of hogs from T. W. Jones, some weeks ago, is back after more of the swine. !Hn SsX .ifl $1595 3iLftM C, who bought a $4.50 $3.50 Boys Shoes $ 1 .50 to $3.25 $5.50 values, now $4.50 values, now Commissioner's Sale Lincoln Circuit Court G. G. Speer, State Banking Commissioner, etc.. Plaintiff, vs. Lafe Morgan, etc., Defendants. Notice of Chandler Leads All Sixes indeed medium-price- d high-grad- e cars because it offers so much more for so much less. The powerful and flexible Chandler motor, brought to a point approximating perfection by five years of refinement without radical changes. Bosch high tension magneto ignition, the world's finest system. (Used by Pierce-Arro- w, Riffe Brothers Hustonville, Ky. smssissssmsm 4&wMKpasMffi "' I'll T Trr-iTp- rfl'Ki' 1 l ir , "tiiLJ TIT! jm V .. XHA . f .. ,. aSaS&SSsi' anys -- With an Avery Kerosene Tractor you can plow when you arc ready. Hot weather or hard ground can't stop you. And wet weather will not put you back long. You can even plow day and night if necessary. Avery Kerosene Tractors are also light weight enough so that you can do your discing, harrowing and seeding without fear of injuring your seed bed. Getting your seed in good condition is of vital importance. It spells the difference between good crops and poor ones. No Farm Too Small or Too Bigjfor An Avery Kerosene Tractor Also have manv exclusive feabuilt alike and have the same design. tures, such us renewable inner cylinder walls, patented sliding frame transmissions and Avery Duplex Gasifier, tho new device which turns kerosene into gas. Let me demonstrate an II. P. Tractor to you. Also get an Avery 1918 catalog which describes fully the complete Avery lino of tractors, plows, separators, motor cultivators and planters, etc. C matter what size your farm is there is a size Avery Kerosene Tractor to fit it. They are built in six sizes. Tho five larger sizes aro No J. O. Newland, Hm M Stanford, Ky. WAwkwA public outcry to the highest and best bidder, upon the terms hereinafter mentioned the following described real estate situated at Milledgeville, Lincoln county, Kentucky: A certain residence and store-rooand about three acres of land, the same being described as follows: A parcel of real estate, and the building and improvements thereon, situated in Lincoln county, Ky., on the west side of the Hustonville and Danville tunrpike in Milledgeville, beginning in the center of said turnpike in Austin Hail's line, running westward with said line to tho right of way of C. N. O. & T. P. Ity. Company, thence south with the right of way of said railroad company to the line of Rucker, thence with line of Rucker to the Hustonville and Danville pike, thence with said pike to the beginning, containing about three acres of land. Terms And Purpose of Sale Said sale will be made on o credit of six months and the purchaser will bo required to execute bond on tho day of the sale for tho purchase cent, frico,tne same bearing six per the from date until paid, same having the force and effect of a judgment with lien rotained on tho property to secure the payment thereof, nnd payable to the undersigned Commissioner. The purpose of said snle is to satisfy a judment herein entered in favor of Wm. Fields against Lafo and Mattio Morgan for the sum of $888, with six per cent, interest from April 29th, 1912, until paid, subject to the following credits, $21 paid January 27, 1914, $15 paid July 1, 19115, and tho further sum of $475. paid July 1, 1915. Also to satisfy a judgment in favor of G. G. Speer, State Banking Commissioner ugainst said named defendants, Lafe and Mattio Morgan for the sum of $502.45 with six per cent, interest from July 15, 1915. untij paid and the costs of this action, estimated at m Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court heretofore entered in the above styled action, the undersigned will on MONDAY, APRIL 8th, 1918 about 1 o'clock P. M., being county court day, in front of the courthouse door in the city of Stanford, Lincoln county, Kentucky, offer for sale at Sale. THE Chandler leads all Sixes Stutz, Marmon, Mercer.) .Solid cast aluminum, motor base, extending from frame to frame. (Similar design and construction need by Packard, Locomobile, (bronze), "Viuton, Stutz, Mercer.) Silent chakx drive, instead of noisy gears, for motor shafts.-(Useng w, Locomobile, Winton, White, d by Packard, Winton, Mercer, Cadillac.) ball bearings in transmission. (Used Annular light-runniLocomobile, Winton, White, Stutz, by Packard, Fierce-ArroMercer, Cadillac, Marmon.) ball bearings in differential. (Used Annular light-runniby Packard, Pierce-ArroLocomobile, White, Stutz, Marmon;)' ball bearings in rear wheels. (Used by Annular light-runniPackard, Locomobile, White, Stutz, Mercer, Marmon.) And scores of other features of design and equipment of equal excellence. ng w, ng SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES t Seven-Passeng- er Touring Car, S1595 Four-Passeng- Four-Passeng- er Seven-Passeng- er Sport Model, $1675 Sedan, $2295 Coupe, S2195 Limousine, $2895 er Four-Passeng- Roadster, SI 595 er Come Choose Yotir Chandler Now D. a -- RREWin, II .l.lTTl.':i tj i Danville, Ky. 1 $50. j i-This March 19, 1918. C. WALTON, M. C. L. C. C. Geo. D. Florence, Att'y for PUT. " CHANDLER MOTOR GAR COMPANY, Cleveland, O. pmFTLLliJ i Ml t.L'.l i U.J Li U.i.i.l JJ...J 11 II J M I ) H H I i nn i The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, March 22, 1918 Page Three Catarrh and Bronchitis 'KY PE-RU-Nj ' and Cold in the Head Rccomncid A nf object t liquid medl-lcan Meura trun ttfelt. Another hostile air raid has been made on the coast of England. The raid of Tuesday night in England resulted in no material damage. In France, where tho Germans made a raid over Paris, four Germans planes were brought down. Tho American forces in Lorraine, located near Luneville, have put a quietus at least for the present on the Germans. No raids have been reported since the Americans went over the top and penetrated tho second line of trenches of the enemy. Along the entire western front the usual infantry continues. THom wh ac-tivi- ty A. Kiss, 318 Clinton Plate, Kansas City, Missouri, writes: "1 was Terr tck with Catarrh renehltla, I also had a eold and In the head. I used Peruna and am well pleased with the results. It has done me a great deal of food. I do not need any ether medlelne. I can cheerfully recommend It to any one who is troubled with catching cold frequently or any one who has a chronlo cough or chronic eatarrh. Those wishing further particulars concerning my case may write me. re to enclose, a stasap and, I will answer." Mrs. Be-su- Ros Soldiers and sailors and employes of the federal and state governments who may be abscent from home on general election days are given the privilege to vote under tho bill of Senator Merriwethcr Smith, which passed the State Senate at Frankfort Wednesday, without a dissenting vote. The bill as drawn applied to all absent voters. The negro men drafted for service in the national army will bo mobilized next week, The 2,224 men from Kentucky will begin moving to Camp Taylor Monday. For Sale at a Bargain One closed carriage, a good one; one old buggy, (cheap) ; one surrey top; one 1916'Ford touring car top; two No. 20 Horse Collars; one set collar and hame harness; one good I am out of the horse livwagonsingle-tree- . ery and will sell the above articles right. Phone No. 249 JUNCTION CITY Prof. E. L. Orubba is trying to all boys from 16 to 21 years old to nnln out Mr. John VflnWinklc and his force of men in Boyle. Strawberry picKcrs ior uowuhb Gre'en this year get low rates on railroad, pay board only on days they work and don't have to work on Sundays and get 10c per gallon and per board and lodging for 12 meal with straw tick furnished. Supt. O.'B. Fall is and his Board of Education dn finding that Kentucky cannot pay tho teachers their sixth month salary before April 15th, borrowed $2,500 Monday and can now pay all the salary. TtiA wnmnn nt JltneHnn 0,1 tv Will give on Friday night the "Sweet Family," a roaring comedy for the t.onnfft nt fhn hnllrilnir fund for Junction City school. The county gives dollar xor dollar ior improvements and as we have $160 wo want to make it $200. Any woman or girl may enroll in Canning Club work, who will agree to raise from one to five stands of bees, or most anything that will increase our stock of sweets, sugar fats, wheat and meat. Consolidated schools here arc dead as concerns Shelby City and White Oak with Junction City. The time for this is not ripe yet. A War aavmg society nas uccn formed in High School and vicinity with 15 members. Prof. Grubbs was sick Monday. Mr. S. W. Burke has on exhibition a stalk of corn with five well developed cars of corn on it. . st l-- 2c 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. Oak Dining Table This large attractive quarter-sawe- d you see illustrated here, is of a beautiful, rich Goldas top, 6 feet long when it en Oak Finish, with have always gotten $27.50 is opened. These tables we 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- h which is an exceptionally good value. $22.50 Our Rug and Floor Covering Department is fully up to the standard this season with 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. G. H. MASTERS Stanford, Ky. Cremo Dairy Feed Feed your milk cows Cremo Dairy Feed, It is a mixture of Cotton Seed Meal, Alfalfa 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. J. H. Baughman & Co. tXCOBPOBATXD FARMERS! Get your fertilizer at once, on account of car shortage. Leaveyour order for wire fence now. I have a good stock on hand. Come and select yours. E. T. Pence, Jr., FIRE INSURANCE You fully realize Important? You would not allow your house to remain uninsured over night. Stanford Which Is More Urgent? LIFE INSURANCE Important? Oh yes, you intend to insure after awhile when "a little better able to do so." You will surely die. All men do. You are more likely to die it Your house may never burn. Comparatively few buildings ever do. ' within a week or a year, than your house is to burn. 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. not insured at all, or for an insufficient amount, Death destroys at once and irrevocably, in whole or in part, tho income that provided for tho daily wants of those you love, the income that was counted on to feed and clothe and educate your children. If your house is If your lifo is not insured at all, or for an insufficient amount, YOU Carry the Risk Your friend has had his homo insured these thirty years, and has had no fire. Ho has been fortunate in that, though he has nothing now to show for tho money paid out. Your Wife and Babies Carry the Risk Your friend has had his life insured these 30 years, and is now an old man. Ho is fortunate in having- lived, and he has something now to Bhow for the money paid out. His cash value affords a comfortable support for his own declining years. - American built battle planes will be in France in sufficient numbers to protect American forces by July. This announcement was given out on highest authority. The air program is now sixty days behind schedule, but it is hoped to rush the work so as to make up for lost time. Representative Kahn, ranking Republican member on the House Military Committee, declared that the plan of taking Congress into the confidence of his left eye. the War Department would make for A letter was received trom rranK team work. P. McGraw stating that he has been in thi hosnitnl at Cambridge. Mass.. The concrete ship will be a big since Jan. 28th. Mr. Cvlde Lee Clem wn given a factor in solving the problem of sea surprise 'birthday partv on Saturday transportation, is the belief of Chairnight, when he was 17 years old. A man Hurley, of the Shipping Board. movie party was the first on the pro- Chairman Hurley Friday telegraphed congram and then they all retired to tho the builders of the 5,000-tovessel just launched, asking residence of his parents, Mr. and crete were the prospects for laying Mrs. Thos. Clem and games and re- what down other craft of the same kind. freshments were indulged in. H. F. Ewing, of Camp Taylor, was at home Sunday and Monday. Miu .Tnlin F.winrr vrns confined to Stsiia-Vitaher home for ten days with yellow jaundice. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Catron took a truck load of young and old to see THE GUARANTEED TONIC Mary 1'icktord at stouts jneaire, FOR WOMEN Danville, Monday night. StciSa-Vita- c h.n been in successSTOP INDIGESTION ful i?iutn.elreaim i of those .h to women ior more than a WITH VIN HEPATICA There's not a bit of use in your th!ra ot a century. has been I having to be aggravated with a sour soldor nearly ten years is raorantee 'positives under stomach, or suffering from a heavi to Lciicllt. a plr.ir., thaa one bor-ti- c Less ness in your chest or stomach alter cut. of every one thousand every meal you eat. been refunded for, and every ns That's indigestion. And, if let run sold for a refund haa been satisfied. claim on, more serious complications are Thousands of letters lika this praising sure to arise, and the first thing you o and telling of benefit to know you arc in a mighty bad nx. it suffering women have been received. upsets your whole system, throws firs. E. PI. Rus3c!S. of Mill Springs, you all out of gear. X. C, gratefully writes us a.s follows: Get vourself a bottle of Vin He- - ""I was in most wretched condia patica prescription, and take plenty goes ngnt to tne seat oi, ne tion; had palpitation of the heart of it. it trouble at once. It is nature's own and would swell and bloat in a most prescription for the relief of indiges- distressing way. When I began tion and other disorders of the stom- using Stella-VitI weighed 108 ach, kidnev. liver and bowels. pounds. Now I weigh 135. I am Come in and get a bottle, on our recommendation. The Lincoln Phar- more thankful than I can ever tell macy. It you for the great good this wonderful medicine has done me." GOOD CORN BUT IT'S DEAD Mrs Russell was at that critical Mr. R. E. Gaines, who lives near period, tho "chanjre," and her 3incere Walnut Flat, left nt this office Wed- gratitude for tho blessed relief will be nesday two of the best ears of corn understood and appreciated by every we have seen in many a day. In fact woman who reads her letter. they are about perfect as ears could Stella-Vithas proved a boon to be. Asked if he had tested them tor jUireriusvcoaanUood, to young girls seed, he said: "Yes. and hey didn't approaching their tlrst vital period, to test over about ten per cent." We women approacmng tne nnguisu oi merely mention this to show that shildblrth, to women approaching the appearance counts for very little "changoot life." when corn for seed is in question. It tho femalo organs and promotes is not safe to plant corn that has not regularity in tho monthly function. 2To rLst of loss is taken by any sufbeen proven good and he is a foolish fering woman who tries Stella-Vlta- c farmer who will plant it. m our guarantee of tho first bottle. and will All dealers sell Stella-Vlta- e Locomotives of tho United States if coupled would form a train 1,540 return your money if it does not benemiles long. Freight cars would make fit you. Don't put oil a trial. up a train of 20,000 miles. THE PENNY DRUG STORE e Department is takThe ing steps to stop the congestion in the mails due to the sending of articles to the American soldiers in France. It is said t'iat articles of little importance an clutter g up the mails and delaying essential packages. Drastic curtailment of parcel post privileges is sugd. acres of corn on Bruce McDonald's place. Mrs. Nannie Iftwis Stevens has boon in Dnnvillc hosnitnl the past week to be operated on. Aunt Lucy Kcynoias, agea oo, has bought War Saving stamps to ' aid Uncle Sam. Dr. Horace Tumor, of Danville Methodist church, consented to the commencement address to the graduating class at the Crystal Thnofrn T?ri,lnv TlifrVlt. MjlV. 17. Mrs. Jennie C. Grubbs is wanting a housekeeper and cook for the next eight months or more. Write her at Junction or phone 46. A Mr. Moore, of Mercer, has clos ed deal for 200 acres of the Hruee McDonald farm at $85. Mr. McDonald will retain over 100 acres for his use and to rent Born on the 12th to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Harmon, a fine boy, Robert Marcus, another son, has been to a Lexington eve specialist to save Mi. flonrrro .Tnnna is nnfctinor in 45 Sapp-Slato- n Furniture Co. Under which da-liv- er Successors to A. F. Wheeler Furniture Company Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store, Danville, Kentucky the second army draft 00 A 15 per cent, increase in commodity rates was granted to railThe stockholders of the Casey roads cast of the Mississippi and county fair association held a meet- north of the Ohio by the Interstate ing at Liberty Saturday afternoon Commerce Commission. The order and elected Henry Thomas, presi- applies to articles shipped in large quantities. The new rates, which will dent; O. P. Bowman, W. bherman Allen, secretary; L.. W. add about $58,000,000 revenue to Cundiff, assistant secretary. Presi- the roads, will take effect in a few weeks. dent Thomas sounds cood to us. vice-preside- summoned into service, according to Provost Marshal General Crowder. becomes effective March 29, during the five days following, 95,-0will be mobilized and during the present year 800,000 men are gradually to be called to tlie colors. Eighty thousand of these will be men of the first draft of 687,000 not yet The provision limiting the power of States to tax the carriers while under Federal control eliminated, the conference report on the Administration Railroad Control Bill was adopted in the Senate by a vote of 47 to 8. The bill now goes to the House for final action, probably n TRAIN TO FILL GOVERNMENT AH e SCHOOL-SPEESPENCERIAN COMMERCIAL. KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE, BUILDING (acrth of the Pest Office) young men and young women desirous of advancement should write for tho Catalogue and Booklet of the D AND BUSINESS POSITIONS I Public Sale! As administrator with will annexed of G. A. Eubanks, deceased, will on I I Stella-Vlta- Saturday, March 23rd at 9:30 A. M. 1Hus-tonville ac miles from At the residence of the deceased, located 2 on the Middleburg pike, offer for sale: Three Horses, One Milk Cow and Calf, Extra Good Sow and Pigs; about 25 barrels Wagon, Buckboard, Farming Tools, Houseof Corn, hold and Kitchen Furniture; three stands of Bees, Etc. ACRES At the same time and place the FARM of THIRTY-THREabout ten acres of which is to go in oats, and the rest in a good set of grass, will be rented until January 1, 1919. Possession will be given April 1, 1918. Terms made known on day of sale. Two-hors- e E ae J. W. HOSKINS, Adm'r HUSTONVILLE, KY. ns Public Sale 117 Acres of Oil and Farming Lands Tuesday, March 26, 1918 At 2:00 O'clock P. M. 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. Post-offic- VINOL MAKES GOOD BLOOD so-call- ed Positive Convincing Proof gested. Many remedies for anaemia are only so in name. Their makers are afraid to prove their claims by telling what their medicines contain. The only way to be honest with the people is to let them know what they are paying for. Here is the Vinol formula. When the doctor knows what a medicine contains, it ceases to be a "patent" medicine. T Cod Liver and BeefPeptonei, Iron and the front. Maj. Gen. Hugh L. Scott, former nf fUlnf nt .QtnAF linn Iwton w. Villi. Vf WIUII llt.0 t1- Ufa onmmonfl r9 fUrt "Mnfinnnl Armv division and will be put in charge of Lamp lux, . J., wnicn uecomes an rUnrVnftrkri .nnfnv ITa Vlfl TinKSPfl the ago of retirement, henco is declared too old for active service nt ,..-.- WHICH IS MORE URGENT? SEE ME TODAY! r MancaneioPeptonatei, Iron and Ammonium Citrate, Lime and SodaQlyccro-phospbate- a, Caacarin. Any doctor will tell you that the in- gredients of Vinol, as named above, will enrich the blood and banish anaemia and create strength. When the blood is pure and rich and red, the body is strong and robust. You can prove this at our expense because your money will be returned If Vinol does not improve your health. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. AmerOne hundred and thirty-tw- o ican Jews were carried into captivity by tho Turks, when they fled from Jerusalem. The fate of the cans is unknown. Ameri- R. M. Newland Headquarters for All Kinds of Insurance Bert Johnson is in jail at Lexing- tnn phartrnA with nnliitrhint a nair of horses from a farm wagon and selling them. The steamer Kershaw is grounded "somewhere on the Atlantic" with 17,000 cases of whisky. Dinwiddie & Owens MORELAND, KY. k Agents Brooks-Euban- Co., Lexington, Ky. Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Friday, March 22, 1918 Condensed Report E. C. Walton fntired aad J. H. Wright Ki-- , tt Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KY. AS MADE TO COMPTROLLER, RESOURCES Bills U. S. Bonds tht porteftot M 8lnt,rd, ticond clatt mad matttr. MARCH 4, 1918 $393,479.36 100,000.00 for Circulation 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 160,392.54 Cash, Due from Banks and U. S. Treasurer.. upon tne cartn. mnnrl nnrl nrnmlao "TTnnni- - Ur and mother that thy days be long record there and tho strange part of it is that it is against a daughter. d sons may forget what they owe their father, but a daughter who does is abnormal and unworthy of the name of woman. Ingratitude is tho meanest of sins and when it is exhibited towards a parent is basely criminal. On tho same day in Lexington n man was sent to work house for thirty days for beating his aged mother, who appeared against him and testified that he beat her so and testified that he boat her so cruelly that her life was jeopardized. He ought to have been hanged instead of lnt off with nnpli UnVit nun. ishmont. Too many of the present rrpnnrnflrm fnrfrnf nv frmrtvA 4Yia mm. Hard-hearte- A womnn who 'boasted that her income is $500 a month was sent to jail in Louisville a few days ago for failure to contribute to tho support of her aged and infirm father. It is tho first conviction of the knid on SPRING CLOTHING JUST RECEIVED Now is the time for you to don your New Spring Wraps, as Winter has at last bid farewell. 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 9 Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits Circulation Deposits Total $100,000.00 61,370.88 98,800.00 545,930.34 $806,101.22 The Deposits are the largest ever shown in a published statement by any bank in Lincoln County DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER The bill to legalize boxinpr in Kentucky was defeated in the lower house by a majority of two votes. The New York Assembly by a vote of 110 to 35, decided to defer action indefinitely on all pending prohibition bills. Two men were killed and 33 others were injured in the collapse of an unfinished hanger at the naval air station near Miami, Fla. In remitting for hsi I. J. to Jan. 1919, 'Squire C. L. Hensley, of Kings Mountain, says: "This is my 30th year with vour good paper." Falling with his seaplane from an elevation of 300 feet into the sea, Aviator M. L. MacNaughton, U. S. N. R., was drowned in Hampton Roads. Post-officPost-ofTic- Subcome The Senate e mittee, in revising the approved the Bill, Appropriation measure which includes an increase of 15 per cent, for all employes of the postal service except postmasters of the iirst, secontl and tlnru classes Kentucky legislators and their wives were guests of Gen. Hale at Camp Znchary Taylor yesterday. 1 he Lincoln Division passed in review before the visitors and a gas attack was demonstrated. Following army mess, consisting of salad, ice cream, punch and cofTce, the lawmakers visited the rifle range, where most of the activities of modern warfare we re sta ged. GIRLS! GIRLS I TRY IT! STOP DANDRUFF AND proThere are some BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR hibitionists who are given to exaggerating even when the unvarnished Hair Stop Falling Out And Gets truth is generally bad enough. Most Thick, Wavy, Strong And of them get away with their state Beautiful ments, as there are none to challenge them, but a captain or the Canadian Your hair becomes light, wavy. army, who stated in a speech at Tofluffy, abundant and appears as soft, ronto, that 90 per cent, of the troops lustrous and beautiful as a young at the front were drunk Christmas girl's after a "Danderine hair clay was not so fortunate. The statecleanse." Just try this moisten a ment was so greatly in varianc of cloth with a little Danderine and the truth that he was arrested for carefully draw it through your hair, making derogatory statements of the taking one small strand at a time. soldiers and on being tried was sent This will cleanse the hair of dust, to jail for three months, af te- - he had dirt and excessive oil and in just a plead in his own behalf that the few moments you have doubled the statement had "slipped out" in enthusiasm. If this sort of beauty of your hair. Besides beautifying the hair at medicine were given generally, the once. Danderine dissolves every par average temperance orator .wcjuW put tide of dandruff; cleanses, purifies a bridle On his lips nnd nofjot ft" enand invigorates the scalp, forever thusiasm run away with hiswrises, if he have any. stopping itching and falling hair. But what will please you most will The best laid plans of mice and be after a few weeks' use when you will actually see new hair fine and men gang aft aglee, one Mrs. Hirsh downy at first yes but really new finds to her sorrow. She conceived hair growing all over the scalp. If the idea of extorting half a million you care for pretty, soft hair and from the coca cola man, who is mayor lots of it, surely get a small bottle of of Atlanta, and who is one tho rich Knowltons Danderine from any est men in tho South. She obtained druggist or toilet counter for a few an interview with him, and disatrang-in- g an accom cents. It plice,her dress, provedatbythe window, who appeared Missouri, with a total of S9.015.' that the mayor, who is 08 years (hi, 880, leads the country in the sale of had attempted to take liberties with her. Instead of ponying up he had War having Stamps. well-meani- The Sennto followed the House lead to abolish the useless offices at Frankfort to take effect this summer. The Democrats in doing so check mated the republicans, who had been coached to vote for the abolition and throw the responsibility of failurp to bo adopted on the majority. Thcv also fulfilled a promise of Gov. Strn-lemade during his candidacy, and to that extent strengthened th 3 party Hon. E. P. Morrow went to Frank fort to insist on his party members standing together on the bill to abolish and thereby give his party a whip over the democrats, but tho members will not be able to wield it. The meas ure was introduced by democrats and carried by democrats and the republicans get no glory out of tho situation. The bill dispenses with the alleged services of 124 leeches, who ought never to have been permitted to bleed the State, whion will save $200,000 annually when they let go. y, before. 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. " . .utfjfj McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" Louis Lee Haggin, the Fayette county millionaire, who joined Dr. Barrow's unit as a private, has deeded all his property to his wife, preparatory to going to France. If other hubands would go to war and follow suit the sting of their departure would bo in a large measure extract' ed from the bosom of their wives. By the way Mr. Haggin is now getting the princely salary of $7.60 a month for his own use. The government pays him $30 and provides that he shall pay his wife hnlf of it. His war insurance costs $7.40 and he has the rest to spend as he sees fit. Mr. Haggin is a nephew of the late J. B. of Elm- Haggin, the endorf. multi-millionai- STANFORD, KY. accomplished many things for the good of the State, thanks in large measure to Gov. Stanley, who direct- ed legislation with intelligent regard for justice and the requirements of the hour. The Legislature was made up of gentlemen , and not rough necks, hence it is not surprising that good work was done and that the "end came peacefully." 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS Oyer 3 Million Loaned Through This Office W. KING & SON INSURANCE Wise ones say that Percy Haley will resign as collector of the Lexing- BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE ton district and that Elwood Hamilton will be appointed. Clieapsida ft Short Lexington, Ky. Good afternoon. Have your seed corn tested? you had Dunlap Shoes for Spring Nifty styles for the young men; easy lasts for older men. $6.00 t $6.50 MM $7.00 ' KENTUCKY the bunch arrested for attempted blackmail. The man was given a year in the chain gang nnd lined heavily. The woman s trial ended a few days ago in a penitentiary sentence of a year and a fine of sl.000. Sh3 might have worked her game on a younger man, due sne maue a misiaKe in trying it on one who is old enough and smart enough not to be caught by such a scheme. W. E. PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD, They're the Famed-For-F- it Barmon Electric Brand Washable The death of Mrs. James A. Garfield, widow of President Garfield, who was assassinated, reminds us of a story that appeared in the papers just after tho dastardly deed was committed, with his life blood ebbing away, he was not forgetful of tho wife, whom he loved and cherished, for when he was asked if there was any message he wished sent to Mrs. Garfield hv a friend who was going to her with the fearful news, he smiled nnd said: "Tell Crete I send her my love." Our admhation for the martyred President was increased by the incident, for he must have been a big man with a big heart who could have thought of such a-- message under such conditions. Secretary of War Baker was In Paris when tho German airplanes began to drop bombs on the city. His hotel proprietor hastily bade him go to the cellnr and he went without further invitation, standing not on the order of going. His enemies, who are ever seeking cause for criticism, may say this showed cowardice, when it was a natural act of against a dastardly attact upon defenseless persons who had no means of repelling it. York man who married his to escape the draft, failed to bo exempted and now has to divide his army pay with hor. Tho way of tho slacker, like all other transgressors, is hard, and this one doubtless feels tho force of the lines: Which way I fly is hell, ,.?. . ' Myself am hell, Ami in a lower depth, a lower ', depth, Still threatening to devour me ' Opens wide. A Now w Over in Paris the folks are going right ahead lionizing Secretary Baker just as if they had never read a word of what the patriotic (?) Senator Chamberlain said about him. Enoch Grehan in The Lexington Herald. Why didn't you include your boss with the senator. Ho has said much worse things about Baker than Chamberlain ever did, but thanks to public excoriation, we are glad to observe he does not do so any more. 9 The Senate pased the dog bill 25 to 12, and with the governor's signature, the sheep industry will at least be given an inning. It provides a $1 tax on each male dog and $2 on a female dog, provided the owner has but one, if more, tho tax is $4 for each additional one. Prof. Bell, of the Anderson News, is the author of the bill and the sheep raisers will rise up and call him blessed. The Senate passed the House bill to give circuit judges the power to fix penalties in all but capital cases and in the future the juries will only pass on the guilt of the accused. It will prevent many a hung jury and prove a greater efficiency in the administration of justice. The Legislature has passed into and the sooner the government be- - Several hundred pairs of best shoes left which you can purchase at your own price. Parks and Hendren Co., Danville. J. L. Beaziey & Co., 'SOffSfr Phone 42, Stanford, Ky Undertaker POSTED! We, whose names are hereto attached will permit neither hunting, fishing no rtrespassing of any kind on our property, and those guilty of doing such will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law: J. C. Fox, Fox Dudderar, M. D. Elmore. - Embalmer J. Undertaker - Embalmer To the Public: r represent the largest and belt clothing house In this country-- Ed V. Price and Co.. Chicago. III. My iw and in the fierience your measuring gives directing advantage clothes, me the over one who ii not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order, I will promise you a Bquare deal. Tou will get the worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the My higher prices. tTR I made-te-orde- SPRING AND SUMMER line of samples Is now ready fer your la tpectlon. Call now and let me show you. -iT Piactlcal Tailor 17 Tl iVUIT JLiJCj Stanford. Kt J. C. McCLARY Office V I Phone 107 Horse Phone 85 House Dresses Their dainty style, their truly wonderful fit and their l'omarkablo utility unite in making them the most practical, most serviceable garments ever designed for Household wear. We have them in scores of pretty models, in cotton fabrics of both light and dark colors. mother-in-la- Every Woman Can Be Perfectly Fitted Women of normal proportions, women of irregular proportions and women inclined to stoutness, even to tho extreme, can be perfectly fitted with these dresses, without tho ne- - cessity of a single alteration. Simple Models to Wear While You Prepare the Dinner Dainty Models to Wear While You Eat It $1.00 to $3.95 Severance&Son Marksbury, of Mercer county, is tho right sort of a patriot; ,He s refused $10 per barrel for 250 of porn hernnsn lin thnncrlit. bo would bo doing a more patriotic 'ser vice by teeumg it to hogi, thus helping to feed tho boys "over there." Tlifit (rnnrl nnnnr TVio Pntm, Pnnn. ty News, has just rounded out the 14th year of its useful existence, Editor Thomas is proving verycon-clusivel- y that Casey county will'flup-.potho right kind of a paper. O. T. bar-mirt . Dodge Brothers motor CAR You do not obligate yourself in any way by letting me demonstrate the 1918 DODGE car to you I Call or write me, and I will show you a car that is second to none. One that will stand. One that you won't be ashamed of after a year's use. Don't pass this good buy up. Have the sunerior de. tails of this car shown you. TOURING, ROADSTERS, SEDANS AND COUPETS. ' L. F. STEELE, Hustonville, Ky. utataw The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, March 22, 1918 CONDENSED STATEMENT Page Five OF The First National Bank KY. AS MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER, MARCH 4, 1918 RESOURCES STANFORD, Loans and Discounts Overdrafts U. S. Bonds Second Liberty Loan War Savings Stamps U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness First Liberty Loan $ 50,000.00 $267,251.14 24.06 2,150.00 32,950.00 222.70 28,000.00 113,322.70 44,380.62 7,400.00 118,953.95 Other Stocks and Bonds Total Real Estate and Fixtures Cash and Due from Banks LIABILITIES $551,332.47 $ Capital Stock Surplus Undivided Profits (Net) Circulation Deposits Total PERSONAL AND SOCIAL March 23 Bring clothes for Belgians. 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 organize a Council of National Defense for the women of Lincoln county at the The hour is 2 P. M. All women of the county are' cordially invited to be present. court-house. 50,000.00 33,000.00 5,769.16 49,700.00 412,863.31 $551,332.47 Miss Sara Traylor, of Corbin, took the train here for Paris this morn- stay. Little Miss Anelle Carson, who has been so ill, is considerably improved. Mrs. J. S. Campbell has been very sick for a week, but is somewhat improved. Mr. J. P. Turner went to Middles-borThursday to work his optical ing. Miss Mary Burch went to Louisville Thursday afternoon for a brief o Mesdames W. C. Shanks and T. A. Rice were in Louisville first of the week. Miss Minnie Woods is visiting her brother, Mr. Higgins Woods in Cincinnati. W. M. Franklin, who lives out on route No. 3, went to Cynlhiana Thursday. Mesdames E. P. Woods and Annie Engleman have returned home from Mt. Sterling. Mr. H. H. Bourne, of the Shelby Citv section, has been in Stanford with his many friends for several Kings Mountain for several days with his brother, Mr. G. A. Walter, who days. Mr. Wallace Walter has been at Mrs. Nellie Ballou, of this city, has been the guest of her brother, E. C. Gaines, and family at Lancaster. Mrs. Carl A. Carter and son, Edwin, went to Mitchellsburg Thursday pfternoon to spend a few days with Jlr. and Mrs. U. U. Carter. Rev. L. Q. Kellv of Campbellville has been here a few days with T. D. Newland, and family. He was accompanied home by Mrs. Newland. Manager George Owens, of the opera house, has moved his family down from Mt. Vernon and they have rooms with Mrs. Mattie Nevius. Messrs. T. L. Carpenter, C. W. Adams and John B. RifFe, of Huston-villare down on Cumberland river trying to appropriate a new fish. Mrs. Delbert Farris and little son, Frankfort. William Prentice Farris, of SpringBock of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. through here yesterday were here 'asf Wednesday field, passed Crab to for a few hours. Mrs. Heck was re- en routeguests of Orchard, where they Mrs. Farris mother, turning from St. Augustine, Fla., will be Mrs. Lizzie McCarley. where she had spent the winter. Julian Riffe, who is in the medical Harrodsburg Democrat. Uncle Sam's aimy. News comes from Barboursville, reserve corps of with the homefol's W. Va., that a little son was born to is at Hustonville He has had experiRev. and Mrs. U. V. W. Darlington for a infew days. and it is said he tells ence France on the 18th. He has been named Ju- very entertainingly of it. lian Truehcart Darlington for his P. W. Pennington mother's two brothers. The mother of Dr. and Mrs. with friends here. Stanford, wens was Miss Virginia Bourne, of this Miss Margaret Sacray, of Stanford, city. Miss Chriscuest Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Osborne, of is the Meritt. of her couswi. Mancie tine Dayton, Ohio, announco the arrival McKinney, is Miss guest of Ware, of s Mrs. the of a baby boy, born March lGth, to Lipps. Danville Advocate. which they have given the name Lesbeen ter Glenn Osborne. Mrs. Osborne was ill Mr. Mose D. Elmore, who has come for some time, was able to Bess Lawhora, of formerly Miss down town Wednesday. He dropped Yosemite. in the I. J. ofilce and a paid for hii paper for the 59th time. During all thoso years Mr. Elmore has scarcely been behind a day on his subscription. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon and Mrs. from Frankfort returned Thursday night, where the doctor acquitted himself most creidtably as Lincoln's Representative. He is being warmly congratulated on his good work today. Mr. J. G. Hacklcy, London, England will sail for tho United States April 1st, on a business trip for tho For this week we will be Western Electric Co., of Chicago, allowed to give you absoNow York and London, nfter an ablutely FREE, two cakes of sence of two years and will be in America about two months. Ho will Palmolive Soap with a 50 return to London after a visit to his cent purchase of the, folparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ilac.k-lelowing Palmolive Proon thoDanvillopike. d e, Nichol-asville, Ru-fu- J. H. Reid has gone to Lib-t- y to look after his business there. Clarence Moore, of Casey, has succeeded him here. Mrs. Logan McCall nnd Missc? Lyle Cooper and Mary D. Kennedy are spending the week-enin Louis ville. Thev are at The watterson. Mrs. P. M. McRobcrts is spending a few days with her sisters at "Ar cadia." She was accompanied by Mrs. J. B .Willis, of Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. D. C. Pullins. who has been with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Grimes, went to Berea Thursday morning to see his nephew, Oatley Pullins, who is very ill. Mrs. J. L. Lunsford, of Junction City, is visiting her sister and" brother in Indiana. Mr. Lunsford is vis- itinir his son. W. L. Lunsford at Mr. relatives. is sick. Mrs. Claude Walton and Miss Lu-ciWalton, of Richmond, have been visiting Mrs. P. W. Carter and other le Elizabeth Carter. Miss Arthusa McCarley, of Crab Orchard, is visiting her cousin, Miss Fannie McCarley. Miss Elizabeth Anderson has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Pattio Anderson, at Lancaster. Mrs. J. B. Mershon, of Somerset, is with her sidter, Mrs. W. P. Avhite. who is some better today. Mrs. Logan Hubble and Frank Phillips went to Danville Thursday to sec "A Dauchter of Gods.' Little Miss Mildred Stone, of Detroit, Mich., is the guest of her grandparents, Mr. p.nd Mrs. Will Stone. Cashier H. G. Skilcs, of the Crab Orchard Banking Co., of Crab Orchard, was in this city yesterdnv. Mrs. W. S. Grinstead went to Lan caster Thursday to see her daughter, Mrs. J. Randolph Harris, who is Hi. business. Miss Pearl Soper, of Lexington, is expected today for a visit to Miss WITH THE CHURCHES. W. D. Wclburn will preach nt Logan's Creek church Sunday afternoon at 2:.10. Mctho,list Sundny School nt tho court-hous- e at 9:30 Sunday morning. Use "Get-It,- " the Great Corn DisPreaching at 10:15. covery! Hakes Corns Feel Bight Off I Dr Edwin Muller. of Lexington, has been called to the Presbyterian Look at tho Illustration below. peeling: oft a See tho two lingers church nt corn as though It were a banana accepted. Anchorage but has not yet peell And tho man Is smlllnR whllo Rc L. B. Bridgec will assist the he's doing ltl All done painlessly, joyfully. The moment "aets-It- " pastor, Rev. W. L. Clark, in a mcct-iif- g that will begin nt the Methodist church In Somerset about April 1st. Rev. Bridges conducted a meeting at that church some yenrs ago when more than 100 persons were converted. Presbyterian Church Mnrch 24 Sunday School 9:45. All the pupils of our school are requested to nttend the service nt 11 o'clock when tho Service FIng, given to the church by Mrs. Harvey Helm, will be presented with appropriate exercises. C. E. meeting at 0:30. Union service at the Baptist church at 7:15. Christian Church Sundny School, 10 A. M., R. M. Blnckeiby, Supt. Lord's Simper and Morning sermon, "Gett-lt'tliOnlr Genuine, Thoroash 11 A. M. Rev. J. R. Moorman, of the Demand "Gets-It.- " Eer Discovered. Lancrctor church, will preach at the touches a corn or callus tho growth morning hour, nnd the public is corsecIs doomed. It takes but two corn-pai- n dially invited to hear him. Christian Tho onds to apply "Gets-It.- " Endeavor at G :30 P. M. This church Is cased at onco. You can sit nt your desk or walk about, dance, joins in the union service at the Bapwith think, lovo and work "Gots-It- "nbsoluto tist church Sunday night, Rev. W. D. concase. You can apply Wclburn, preaching tho sermon. The anywhero where veniently almost leaders for the Week of Prayer by you can take your shoo and stock"3ots-It- " ing off for a moment or two. the women of folat once; then put your shoo lows: Tufsdry, the church are asWed-nesd- e dries Mrs. Brazelton; and stocking on again. There s no Mrs. H. D. Phillip, Thursfurther excuse s. for suffering from corns and day, Mrs Wm. Severance! Friday, "Gets-H- " is sold at all druggists Mrs. f E Tnto; Saturday, Mrs. R. Cyou need pny no more than 2fi cents a bottle), or sent on receipt of prico T Bruic, These meetings will be held by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, in tin h:re room at two o'clock meeting Rev. Brnrelton will in Stanford and recommend At e give n ton minute talk on the women od as the world's best corn remedy of the Ww Testament. The ladies of by Tho Penny Drue Store. the Missionary Society will make their oflferin'? Friday, rnd the Messrs. J. F. Rigney nnd G. W, Young Ladies Circle will make their Carter continue very ill. offering Saturday. The condition of Mr. G. B. Cooper Preparations arc progressing for is such iimi ins lnuiius mu uucuining tho meeting which begins at the alarmed. Mr. W. H. Brown, of Lancaster, Christian church. Easter morning. brother of Dr. E. J. Brown, of this The resident minister, Rev. Brazel-towill do the preaching. Miss city, is critically ill. Katherine Warriner, of Hustonville, will lead the singing, and sing a solo CRAB ORCHARD at each service. Miss Warriner is Mr. Pete Tilfrey is quite sick. n in Stanford and Lincoln Mr. Proctor is slowly improving county and will delight all who hear Mrs. Ada King is growing better her. Next Sunday morning Rev. J. all the time. R. Moorman, minister of the LancasMr. Harve Collier seems very ter church will exchange pulnits with much better. Rev. Brazelton. During the following Mr. Woods Peters is sitting up and week, beginning with Tuesday, the rapidly improving. women of the church will observe Mrs. Russell Dillion and Mis. their annual week of prayer each afStreet remain quite low. ternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the lecture Mrs. Perry White, who has been room of the church, a special leader so very sick, is some better today. and program being prepared for each People are quite busy planting day. The Sunday school forces arc available piece of land in gar- preparing for a special drive for atdens. tendance on Easter morning. DecisMiss Marietta Kinc is visitinc Mrs. ion day will be observed at that hour. Daisy Hunt, who has .been quite sick The preaching, during the meeting with grip simple, will be along gospel Shirley Gover and his mother were rather than sensational lines, being themes guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Gov u'sa)d, the minister seeking to e er this week. needs of the church and Louis Hunt is real sick again, wo community, and to relate the relig arc sorry to say, as he seemed to be ion of Christ to those needs. ranidly improving. Mr. Cabell Woods, who has been VERY LIKELY A SPY visiting his relative. Mrs. Reid, left V man was arrested at Corbin the tor fatamord baturday. Mrs. Bessie Browning and chil other day and taken to Covm ton dren, of Mavwood, were to see Mrs. fjr examination by the Federal authorities. His actions aroused suspicKatharine Magee Tuesday, Mi, and Mrs. Robert Burnside and ion and when his grip wns crooned it daughters, of Lancaster, visited Mr, was found to contaiit dynamite, pois nnd Mrs. I von Fish and Mrs. M. E, on, a map" of Corbin, blue prints of the round-hous- e at Corbin, water Fish Sunday. Miss Dclphia Newland went to works and saveral public buildings Stanford Sunday and from there there. will go to Burnside to remain wiih Two hundred drafted men from her father until June. Mrs. Allie Pettus went to Lexinir- Kentucky and Indiana will probably ton Mondav to be with her sister. be sent to the University of Ken Mrs. J. G. Carpenter, who underwent tucky on April 1 for special training a most serious operation there Tues- in mechanical industries. day. Gov. Stanley has signed the bill Rev. Stout preached two splendid appropriating $28,000 to the Live sermons at the Baptist church last Stock Sanitary Board for Sunday and everyone seems pleased tive work in eradicating communicawith his efforts. He will move here ble diseases from livestock. as soon as hU wife is well enough Bank robbers blew the safe of the to come State Bank at Zephyr Hills, Fla., and Mr. Charles Buchanan writes from. shot and killed one man and woundCamp Taylor that he has been ex ed another. They got no money. amined by experts with the when It has been and rejected tor army serv.co and a submarine is discovered that of the bottom at was also examined by six del'ciencv ocean oysters can the sucked up into experts, who also rejected him and it on the vacuum-clean- be principle. he will soon be sent home. "Corn-Li- st Day" ' VR3 for FeiUEviry Day 2 a Corn-Peel- FOR SALE 30 or 40 bushels LOST Automobile crank, Leave hemp seed. Lincoln Wells, Yosemite, nt this ofilce. 23-- 2 21-- tf Ky. Salesman" to roll our WANTED Cottage guaranteed oils nnd paints. ExperiFOR SALE Oil RENT. on East Main street. Mrs. Woodic ence unnecessary. Extremely profit22-- 4 able offer to right pnrty. The Glon Hajc MONEY TO LOAN $i;000 and Refining Company, Cleveland, Ohio. up on improved fnrm lands in LinNOTICE Money saved is money coln county. Five per cent. Rufc made. Thnt is what you can do by 19-seeing us before buying a cream sepSomerset, Ky WANTED to buy nt once a good arator. Cnn doliver on short notice. work horse. Must bo gentle so that J. S. Mobley & Son, McKinney. Ky. T children can drive. R. B. Reynolds, 23-- 1 FOR SALE Stanford. Phone 177. Light 4, Overland HAVE LEFT We have a few touring car, model 90. Good as now. more patterns of that 8 nnd 10c pa- Only been run 1,080 miles. Been per at 5c. You had better hurry. well enred for. $050. Address W. A. Edrington, Bradforsvillc, Ky. Route Coomer jNayc, Danville Ky. " 22-3- p 'SALE fGO bales of "clover No. 2. FOR first-clas- s, also 15 tons hay, strictly FOR RENT My house and lot on of corn silage. See me nt once. J. Lancaster street. Good garden. Im24-2- p Frank Smith, Stanford, Ky. mediate possession. See Hughes & FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, McCnrty, Stanford, Ky., or write me. Rugs, Wnll Paper, Lace Curtains, J. G. McBee, 1404 6th St. North-wes- t, Washington. D. C. Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble, FOR RENT The T. C. Ball store28tf room Stanford. now ' PARTIES having keys to lock box- cupy, and rooming house I rooms ocuntil Jan. 1st. Nine in formerly belonging to State Barik house, which has bath and other cones, & Trust Co. will register at the First veniences. Will also sell my stock of National Bank at once as these boxes groceries at cost. Jas. Shilllett, Stan22-- " 23- -4 1 ford. have been sold. J. W. Acey. As-hur8t Ul-Hp- When You Are In Town Drop In and See ihe Masterphone and hear it play. It is the greatest of its kind on the market. Listen to its sweet tone. Sold by t corn-pnln- Ill-Sol- d i The Lincoln Pharmacy The JSP&WXJL Stow cjr. .ttt .'i Xudi z l f er Phone No. 27 Another Lot of FITZ-AL- L Stanford, Ky. n, well-know- COLLARS RECEIVED TODAY B One collar will fit four horses. Those who bought them are pleased. Try one. ev-eve- ry W. H. Higgins, rinsr Stanford sarrffffffsra !?gS?EC?gHBIi lUWJWMBftSBWBHreg>w:?'l&jBir inter-n'fsibh- i J w fere house-cleaning. And it is time for you to think about We carry a complete line of Wall Paper, Rugs, all kinds of Furniture. You should not start the summer without a BOSS Oil Stove and an Automatic Refrigerator. We have just what you want. PENCE & HILL Main Street v Stanford, Ky. ra Cash CREAM Station We are receivinfj cream every day and test your cream, and pay you the cash. We are paying this week X-R- er IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Dr. L. D. Knott, one of Lebanon's oldest nnd best known physicians, is CENT-A-WOR- D ( d li Palmolive Soap Free ducts: Palmolive Shampoo, 50c and two cakes y, free. Palmolive Cream 50c and two cakes free. Powder, 25c; Palmolive Tube Cream, 25c, and two cakes Palmolive Talcum free. The Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Prop, The readers or this paper will be pleased to learn that them Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages and that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catanh Medicine is taken Internally and acts thru tho Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of tho System thereby destroying tho foundation of tho disease, giving tho patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work, The proprietors, nave so mucn faith In the curative powers of Hall's Catarrh Medlcliw that they offer One Hundred Dollars far any case thnt It falls to cure. Hfrut for INt of testimonials. Address P. J. CIIKNRV & CO.. Toledo Ohio. Sold by all Druggist. 75o. L. B. Conp, tho Danville auto man, was hero a short whilo thi3 morning en route to Rock Hill, S. C, with 11 cars six Ovcrlands, four Buicks and ono Willys-Knigh- t. $100 Reward, $100 Phone No. 2 Stanford, Ky, f Walker. Stanford. FOR SALE Two tons of" nice Timothy hay. W. II. Porter, Lancas2t-l- j ter. Ky., R. F. D. No. 2. FOR SALE Pure Plymouth Rod eggs. $1 for 15. Mrs. J. Nevin Carter, 24tf St nford. R. F. D. No. 5. FA.RMER FRIEND Lot me "talk bonds. to you about a Papec Silo filler beE. G. Bickley and W. D. Williams, fore they ndvnnce. W. P. Kincnid. tf Castle-wooof Bovle, who were called to I have 50 shocks of FOR SALE Va., fiy the illness of J. L. Williams, have returned home. Dan- good fodder for sale. Call or sec mo at once. Mrs. F. B. Barnett, Hustonville Messenger. t Trainmnster John Slenions, of tho ville. FOR SALE Seed corn, both yelSouthern Rnilway, had a dog he paid $400 for run over and killed by a low and white. Tested about 90. Elitram near Danville. He had refused jah Spoonamore, Stanford, R. F. D. p No. 4. $500 for the canine. Mrs. Clara Hasty, who with her AUTO BUS If you want to go son mysteriously disan any place call mc. Will go day or nenrcd from their homo nenr Gimp night. Prices reasonable. Alexander King, In BoyJe, has returned. She Peyton, Phono 123. 22fs said they "were just visiting soiup FOR JerSALE Five"yenr-ol- d friends. sey cow Varney Moore, brother of Clar Will milk fresh Gives two gallons milk. bo in September. Thomas ence Moore, of this city, wns marripd Ends, at Somerset last week to Miss Mar- H. SEED Stanford. SALE 500 CORN FOR garet Spydcv, n ponular voting ladv of that city. Mr. Moore has a good bushols nice Tennessee corn that tested from 95 to 100 per cent. Price position in Cincinnati. W. C. Flovd. of Hustenvllle. was $5 per bushel plus sacks. This corn in the citv Monday looking for work has been thoroughly tested and abmules. Ho has been a successful solutely nil right. C. T. Bohon, Hnr. 24-dealer in mules for many years, and rodsburg,.R. F. D. No.l. always knows whoro to go for good " FOR RENT Houso with' four ones. Somerset News. room3, water and waste pipes in kitchen j barn with two stalls and gaTho State of Now York has 3 rage. Poultry yard und large garden motor vehicles. They pay an an- and yard. Possession criven in two nual fee of more than $2,215,000 weeks. Tho houso I occupy on Lan- and give employment to 100,000 faster street. Apply to .Mrs. L. m. chauffeurs. Goodknigty. 'lead of tetanus. J. M. White, of Parksville. who spent the winter nt Manatee, Fla., has returned home. Dr. J. B. Kinnaird has sold hi handsome home in Lancaster to J, B. Dickerson for S11.000. Opt. J. L. B. Coffey, a popular knight of the grip, is here with his wife and son for a few days. Gov. Stanlev has pardoned J. II. Taylor, of Whitley, who was given five years for manslaughter. Mercer, county business houses of all kinds will close on Monday while tho Liberty Loan workers sell the d, llow hair. Notify Mrs. Hugh Noo 21-- 1 of his whereabouts. FOR SALE 28 nice cattle, good q'Hity and high-clas,J. M. Cress. 23-tPhvme 3601. DnnviHe f FOR SALE Cooking stove. Sec-ohanded but in good condition s. hure ore 1 cent a word enrli Itu, i.uli order: no hi! lp thab 2V i nrh Ituif Has long, IOST AirdaTe" "dog ADS 43c for Butter Fat ACCURACY IN TEST AND FAIR DEALING TO ALL DIXIE BUTTER CO. RAY BELDEN, Agent Beldcn's Repair Shop ftiti-i'ifi"if'ff""t""i"- Stanford, Kentucky W O. 21-t- t pnng Our line of Spring Goods was never more complete. Anything that you want in this line Voiles, Linens, Crepes and Ginghams. Embroideries, from 5c to 59c 2c to 39c Laces, from We are making a special price on Ladies Muslin Underskirts Ready-mad- e I 23-2- 21-2- Lace Curtain Goods, at .48c to $1.98 12c to 35c Curtains at a bargain 24-l- p Big bargain in Ladies House Dresses $1.50 $1.24 and $1.48 and $2.00 Dresses, now Crochet Cotton C. M. C. and Silkolinc.lOc tf 804,-02- The Bargain Store SALEM & SALEM 24-F- p Page Six. ,1 he Inteno Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, March 22, 1918 MIDDLEBURd sweetless and heatless days, now if Mr. Hoover would Rive us a few "windless" ones he would be a real benefactor. Dr. Robert Jasper, late County Judge of Pulaski, was here last week and bought of D. E. Wesley his property on Liberty street. He will locate here for the practice of medicine. Dr. Jasper married Miss Mary a sister of postmaster W, C. Bryant. Varnio Moore and bride rame up from Somerset Thursday and spent Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moore, on Llborty pike, Ed Tanner passed down from Mc Kinney Sunday afternoon to his farm at Liberty. William Gann, a former resident of Middlcburg, is dead at his home at Nashville, Tenn. He was ihe farther of Mrs. John S. Coulter hero, and Mrs. Coulter took tho train at once to attend the funeral. Mr. Gann while here mado friends, who regret to know that he is no more. Willie Tapscott was at home He will likely be called to the army soon and in speaking of the draft he seemed worried that married men were exempted, and said that he would not bo caught single when the next war came up. Rev. S. M. Carrier preached two fine sermons at the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening. Hcv. Carrier is a fine preacher nni his congregation is well pleased with Bry-nn- t, Sun-dny. we nave had our meatless, wheat-les- s, PublicSale! Stock, Buggy, Harness, Etc. At administrator of the estate of Ollie Dotb Garner, I wilt on Saturday, March 23rd At 1:00 O'clock P. M. On her farm, located on Stanford and Crab Orchard pike, tell at public outcry, to the highest and best bidder, the following Horse) personal property: Two Mares; One Two Heifers; One Cow; One Buggy and Harness; Canned Fruit, Etc. will bo tho groat test of a lifo and death struggle on tho Western front. In tho everyday walks of llfo, It Is the spring time that brings 111 health. One of the n man chldt reasons why tho finds himself In a bad state of health In March or April, Is bocauso he has spent noarly all his hours for the past four or flvo months penned up within the walls of house, factory or ofllco. It is the reason for our diminished resistance that life, coupled with Is, lack of out-doexcr-clsperhaps overheating, lack of good insufficient sloop, and constipation. In othor words, wo keop feeding ths furnaco with food but do not tako out tho "clinkers," and our flro does not burn run-dow- IN THE SPRING Read! Think! Act! Jtut are bound to cemt to the conclusion that REAL ESTATE ia not only the .feat investment in the world but 100 per cent., on the investment and REASON with jrourtelf and you o, bigger PT Lota dividends than anything else. Terms made known on day of sale. M. C. Newland, AdrrYr One soon; There will alio be offered for sale the following described stock: Mare in foal to jack; One red cow, to be fresh One yearling Calf. M. H. JOHNSON, Auctioneer. 9sT9sSarXLlLHHLHsBsKSsKlssssaisVssSBSsssl 3tTDSZi39tm Spring Sale on Good Used brightly. Always keep tho liver active. Thcro Is nothing better for health than taking an occasional mild laxatlvo, perhaps onco a week; such a ono as you can got at any drug storo, mado up of Jalap, aloes, (sugar-coatetiny, easily taken), which has stood tho test of fifty years of approval namely, Dr. Plcrco's Pleasant Pellets. But for n tho "Spring Fever," tho general condition, tho lack of ambition, tho " ono should tako a courso of " blues, treatment every spring ; such a standard tonic as Pr. Plcrco's Golden Medical Discovery, now to bo had In tablet form In s!xtv-cevials. Watch tho dcodIc ko plodding along tho street. There's no vitality. A vitalizing tonic such spring, no as this vegotabfo extract of Dr. Pierce's gives you tho power to forco yourself into action. Tho brain responds to tho now blood In circulation, and thus you'ro ready to make a fight against stapna-tlowhich holds you In bondage. Try Is the It now I Don't wait I To-da-y day to begin. Gain a little "pep," awl vitality aro the laugh and llvo. Vim and of a hoalthy body. natural Trv spring up In It does not tonic, ana you a night. com-aggain mo this spring that comes with good health. May-apple, d, run-downt n out-pouri- him. Arch Short bought of W. T. Jns-pmare for $155. a R. B. Young, who underwent an onoration for fistula and spent some two weeks in St. Joseph hospital at er seven-year-ol- d 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 Dan- ille "Cap" C. E. Clark, with a record of 705 rescues while serving as a life saver at Atlantic City, is dead. "The velvet coated hero," as he was called, died in the Philadelphia hospital. He was 73 years old. Want200Farms To Sell self again. Mrs. John S. Coulter, Mrs Z. V. Bates and Miss Stella Jcnes went to Somerset Tuesday of last week to attend the funeral of Miss Ruth Allen, whose death occurred there, Monday. Bill Richardson, a youth of some 18 summers, was arrested here Tuesday of last week on a charge of steal ing $11 from Milford Hoguc. Richardson seems to be a very "bad egg." He was released from the reformatry at Lexington about a year ago and has done little else but loaf since re turning here. He seems to have a mania for ceneral deviltry and is never satisfied unless playing at that game. RESOLUTIONS Louisville, is at home looking him- The Danville Buick Co. DANVILLE, L. B. CONN, Prop. KENTUCKY Walnut Street, Phone 798 'ZJyTitLttC'vllfSti9llT'V: i3?wyywfc&??mm&MyKfZT. Ein3CTiW5ZiKK3iHK5aBB2Er.a 3 1f ?'"3 0'3G'$3$&$ ffRsi" i r Kg33K31 WAYNESBURG, OF RESPECT. Resolutions of appreciation and sympathy adopted by the Ministerial Association of Stanford, on the occasion of the death of the Rev. M. D, BOTH BLUE GRASS Early, D. D., pastor of the Baptist AND KNOB FARMS church, March 13, 1918: 1. That we express our sense of Let me know by letter or card and gratitude to God for Dr. Early s life I will come and list and sell your of splendid devotion and useful ac farm for you. I have a lot of Pros- tivity, the last years of which have pective Buyers now and it 'is no been spent in our midst. trouble for me to sell your farm for 2. That we desire to place on recyou. Will list farms anywhere with- ord our sincere admiration for Dr. in 50 miles of Waynesburg. Early as an able and forceful preacher of the Gospel, our deep apprecia tion of him as a man of positive convictions, and our warmest love " for him as a genial companion and "" Monroe Thompson KY. fellow-worke- r. 1 tSS V U JjILI'L ay, March 27th WORK MULES horse mules, broke, good ones, are well mare mule, 16 hands high. That we extend to the bereaved family our heartfelt sympathy in their great sorrow and commend them to the tender compassion of the Father of mercies and God of all comfort. 4. That a copy of these resolutions be given to the family and that they be published in the Interior Journal. H. J. Brazejton, P. L. Bruce, W. D. Welburn. 3. The inquest jury, which heard a number of witnesses testify regarding the Pastime Theatre disaster, returned a verdict declaring that the victims had come to their deaths by reason of a falling wall crashing onto the theatre building. Mayor Scrivner took the stand and denied he gave the theatre management permission to operate tho house, and said that Fonda Minor, one of the proprietors, had retracted to him a published statement given to that effect. 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 JACKS AND JENNETS Four Jacks, extra good ones, from one to four years old, two ready for service bis bone, heavy bodied kind; two black aged Jennets fine breeders, one one yearling. on . the HORSES One combined saddle and harness mare; a good show mare; one mare pony well broke. one Pony; German troops have entered Odessa, the greatest Russian port on the Black Sea and the vast stores of food are almost within reach of the Teutons. Besides offering supplies the capture of Odessa is another step in the direction of India, a dream of Germany that was dispelled when England blocked the Berlin to Bagdad railway. The Russian Soviets will meet today, the issue being war or peace. Representative Scott Ferris, of Oklahoma, has been elected chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, to succeed Frank A. Doremus. South Trimble, of Kentucky, is continued as assistant secretary. John McCormick, the famous Irish tenor, paid an income tax of $75,000 exceeding Caruso's tax by $16,000. CATTLE Twenty-six select steers; three Shorthorn milk cows; two Jerseys; all to calve this spring, by good bulls; four weanling calves, extra good ones. HOGS Twenty light hogs, good stock; two brood sows, ready to farrow. FARMING IMPLEMENTS m Four turning plows; two cultivators; two grain drills; corn crusher; manure spreader; 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 shcller; corn planter; one other smaller tools too numerous to mention. -- A POWERFUL AID HARNESS Two sets wagon harness; plow gear; bridles; collars; single sets driving harness; one set fine double harness. VEHICLES One family surrey; one runabout; two Frazicr road carts. When you feel sluggish and nervous, tired and indifferent you have the first symptoms of declining strength and your system positively needs the special nutritive food-tonin ic m 9 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 ANNOUNCED ON DAY OF SALE SCOTT'S EMULSION to replenish your blood power, enliven its circulation and bring back the snap and elasticity of good health. Scott' Emuhion supplies Nature with the correct building-foo- d which is better than any drugs, puis or alcoholic mixtures. The Norwegian cod llrer oil la Scats' FamUlon U bow refined In our own American laboratories which, niakea it pure and palatable. Scott & BawBc.MooMleM.WJ. this. If the best land in Indiana, Illi. nois and other states is bringing from $400 to $500 per acre why won't ours be bringing the same pret ty soon? For we have as good land as you can find on the globo 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 cheap compared with dividends- - derived from land as- - to dividends derived from investments from any other source. They tell you that when the WAR is over prices will drop. Just apply the rule of reason. If the war should stop tomorrow, hasn't tho world got to be fed? And hasn't this country got to do it? Doesn't everything rest on the American farmer e and American soil? Would it be 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 two story residence, large tobacco barn and large stock barn and all necessary outbuildings. This is an ideal home and a sure money maker for the right man. Splendid community. All buildings and fencing good 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 sale 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 acres all tobacco and hemp land. Has a nice brand new residence, extra large barn and two tenant houses. Splendid water. Close to a good own 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 other necessary outbuildings. Well watered. Young peach orchard and 120 apple trees. Price $5,000 and terms easy. Possession at once. No. 293 Large 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 tobneco barn, etc. About four miles from Stanford on a good piko and price $150 per acre. Terms right. We have the best list of farms for sale in Central Kentucky and we know that our prices cannot he boat If you want to buy or sell consult pos-sibl1-- of acres pay several times you cannot put your money anywhere else that will begin to do . us. C. C. & 2 1-- Jennie Carpenter Dinner on the Grounds Tho above is a list of just a few of the many places wo have for sale. Hughes & McCarty Office Phone 180 Residence Phones 152 and 184 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 2 Miles from Hustonville on the Bradfordsville P ike. COL. JOHN B. Dinwiddle Auctioneer. . , . . '"OTiiiaax The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, March 22, 1918 MT. MORIAH Mr. Hollie Wnrfield is at homo after a visit with relatives in Louisville. Mrs. Molllo Hughes, of Tennessee, nnd Mrs. Clnra Boone, of the section, spent Monday with Mrs. J. H. Boone. Miss Josie Wnrfleld was the attrac tive guest of Miss Toy Hutchison Rnt.nrrinv nffprnonn. Miss Nell Bnllard left Sundny for Lexington, where she will visit her Wny-ncsbu- Page Seven To American People Wattons of law attributed to our agents of the Federal Trade ComnMakm and I want to say emphatically that Swift & Company is not a party to njM conspiracy to defraud the Government Nor has Swift & Company been guilty of improperly storing foods or of making false entries or reports. Coherences of packers, where prices been discussed, have been held at the urgent request and in the presence of representatives of either the Food Administration or the Council of National Defense. And yet the packers have been accused of committing a felony by acting in collusion on Government bidsl We have done our best, with other packers, large and small, to comply with the directions of the United States Food Administration in all particulars, including the furnishing of food supplies for the U. S. Army and Navy and the Allies, now being handled through the Food Administration. Com-pjnrby Ik rg TWe m no foundation for the alleged sister and other near relatives. Miss Cora Bnstin is visiting her sister, Mrs. Rosa Brandenburg at Jumbo. Mrs. C. D. Wnrfield was n caller at the home of Mrs. Beetles Monday afternoon. Mr. Tom Hutchison, of Ludlow, is visiting his father nnd mother, Mr and Mrs. John Hutchison. Mr. Willie McGuffey ha3 purchased a new buggy. Ha is expecting to be called to colors most any time. Mrs. John Bnstin and family took dinner with Mrs. Fletcher Mondav. Mrs. Mattie Ballard and Mrs. Lizzie Gourley were in the Saufley section Monday. The little son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene Hutchinson, is very ill. Mr. J. D. Bnstin has had n new roof put on the front part of his house which proves to be a great WHEAT, SEED CORN AND LABOR Richmond, March 10. At this time there seems to be an opportunity for each individual to do something for Uncle Sam. The three greatest problems which confront us today are the wheat situation, the seed corn famine and the lnbor problem. The United States has made n con tract to furnish tho Allies 350,000 000 bushels of wheat. There are one h and bushels of wheat for each person in the United States, but if we continue to use it as we are nt present our supnly will be exhausted by the first of May. What then will the American people do? Germany has at her command the wheat fields of Russia, Roumanin nnd Bulgaria, the richest wheat fields in the world. There was a shortage of forty-seve- n per cent, in the fall whent crop. Unless there is an abundant yield in the spring, America will be unable to supply the demand. There nrc only two ways to solve the nroblem, thnt is by economy and substitutes. By the use of rye, oats and notatoes, we may be able to help in the great one-sixt- r. LOOK! For Sale in Mississippi We have tome fine black Prairie Alfalfa Farms, some in Brown Loam Belt, and Delta Farms. Our Representative for this sec- tion hat had experience in farming these lands personally. Knows the good and bad lands. If you are interested in buying good land in the South, as a home, or an investment) it will pay you to write us or have an interview and let us know just what you want. We will be glad to serve you. Address am Miss Mamie Berry nnd Mis? Toy Hutchison have been on tho tick list for several days. Mr.and Mrs. James McGuffev and fnmily visited Mrs. Catherim Watts at Mnywood. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dunaway, of improvement. We will continue to do our utmost,un-de- r Government direction, to increase our production and assist the Food Administration. We consider that the opportunity to and to our fullest powers with this branch of the Government is our plain and most press- co-oper- ate whole-hearted- ly " by false inference and misplaced emphasis, given to disconnected portions of the correspondence taken from our private files and read into the Record, a false and sinister meaning with the plain purpose of creating antagonistic public opinion. ingduty. Th Trade Commission Attorney has, The services of the packers of the United States are most urgently needed, and I regret exceedingly that we should at this time have to spend our efforts in defending ourselves against unfounded, unproved, and unfair assertions such as are being daily made public. r lioix cfcolera iiMiYi minicoJt..Mr.lfarmpr,nrL .a rime fl'fir ' t ,? Stanford, have been the guests jf BOi fNBrTl laoM under a "Lei- - l.uaran c . r 1(1." How "9nv t.KUc &$ -" crop. Mr. and Mis. J. H. Boone. voil nlford to take c". choWa ti JPIES'-lYeaWHauLWITiJl n Last, hut not least, is the labor j?sT'WrJViwhcnyouconBctt,I-jr,-' "l Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Young were Bourbon Keg CoSora Remedy peasant callers at tho home of Mr. problem. We can not expert to have MXSrfJvassazsaamtTm B !iOy I'"1, ".mmil'c tirrr fnUr ..i. nrt IwaolU ou B nnythinr to c?t unless we have some Fred Conn recently. ltiltimtho H w. fl rfrfnnma V6?triJ3M4;ip Michttutronr 'iianui. o. Uu school wMl one to work. As an inducement to Mr. W. T. Mullins' Dtjjvtiv atow l.mS. . tjit AIIDruschit;. r.. l T't.irf3 itiiiuuiji rriiiiDiMV a'V..:.-.-!,-.. U'liti.y t.v witww.i irnii close soon. work I'm lc Sam is going to giv tho tt.42i Mrs. Maggie Hunt visited Mrs. W. boys bet'vepn the ages of 10 and 21, iin '.nii'ii nm im im m hh mwiieji T. Mullins recently. who will work 30 days on the farm, The remains of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- a bronze medal which will carry with ert Hatfield's youngest child were it practicallv the same honors as the brought from Detroit and laid to boys will get who are in the trenchrest in the Mt. Moriah cemetery Sat- es. Wp should give these problems urday afternoon. This is Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield's old home and they careful consideration. They are of y vital importance have many friends here whose to us as well as our is very great for them in bovs across the sea. Yours resnect-fullMaggie Rankin. the loss oftheir darling little daughCaster. Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield and Mrs. John Faulkner accompanied the A TEXAS WONDER The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves grav-t- l, President Wilson is expected soon cures diabetes, weak lame to go to Congress with a message on backs, rheumatism, and nil and irregularthe Russian situation. In the mean- ities of the kidneys and bladder in Congress of So- both men and women. Regulates time the viets ratified the troubles in If peace by a large majority despite bladder your druggist,children. sent not by sold by will be Social Revolutionists are holding mail on the receipt of S1.00. One bottle out strongly against the treaty being is two months' treatment, nnd selsigned. In the war zone the bringing dom fails to perfect a cure. Send for up of is the outW. standing feature. These troops under sworn testimonials. Dr. E.Louis, Hall. Mo. Gen. von Gallwitz, it is believed, will 2926 byOlive Street, St. druggists. face the American forces in Lor- Sold raine. In the controversy over the Kansas City may become saloon-lesproposed seizure of Dutch ships by two auto school having signed W the United States and England it is now believed that Holland will vol- contracts to train airplane and thus putting the city untarily agree to the plan. in iho zone rule. If he Federal ban goes into effect it will mean th;it 490 saloons will close. V c- crisis. Another very important question is the seed corn fnminc. The experiment stations have been testing corn throughout the country nnd find that the supply for seed is senrce. The agriculture class here in the Normal School has been testing corn that was gathered in the fall nnd stored per for seed, nnd onlv twenty-eigh- t cent, of it germinated nroncrlv to plnnt. The world is going to necdj 1. Iba lum-acum. TThT AAi. mi; 4. Hu l.uiuuiH uujrui Il'iw to test their orn there will not be sufficient seed to plant the present nMV4 a Interstate Realty PAUL FINCH, 1108 Fayette Bank Bldg. Co. SME Manager P. O. Box 486, Lexington, wy. (Ll - Mat. fZm. & LgaSIf wir.tl'nt-'Tthan.i- wfi.Z$wii r 11 i j-- a ii mi1 sym-ath- y. Russo-Germa- n Bring us your damaged Auto ings. We will vulcanize them 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. s, The Anderson Garage Stanford, Ky. WM fSrrrrvr, Zzl motor-m- echanics i Bras BREAKDOWN Compound Restored Her Health. five-mi- le JJ.QnirCnr. President Swift & Company, U.S. A. Miss Kelly Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable m vi 1 jt&s C&a S- & in 6& S" (J& tSull tflfikU ibV'ii SM m B OTTENHEIM The farmers of this section are busy preparing to sow oats. Miss Annie Carlo, of Louisville, who has been visiting her friends and relatives, has returned home. Mr. B. G. Russell has moved his family to the vacant house of Mrs. M. Ensslin for several months. Mi. H. Mende. has moved his family to their new home, which they bought from Mr. Fred Handorf. Mr. Fred Payk left for Illinois last week. Mrs. James Russell has been the guest of Mrs. H. Mende. Mr. John Bratcher has been busy sawing shingles for the past week. Mrs. G. Bcnke was the guest of Mrs. M. Ensslin. Mr. and Mrs. John Wentzel, Mr. pound over since and give you my per-A little son has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter U. Flo Kelly 47G So. 14th St, Newark, Goodwin, of Crab Orchard and has N. J. been named Walter Middlcton. He Tho reason this famous root and herb weighed on arrival 9 2 pounds. The remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, was so successful in Miss mother was Miss Anna Middleton. Kelly's case was because it went to the root of her trouble, restored her to a normal healthy condition and as a result her nervousness disappeared. MR. HOOVER MAKES REQUEST Tho following telegram was re ceived from Mr. Hoover which ho re Newark, N. J. "For about three years I suffered from nervous break down and got so weak I coula hardly stand, and had headaches every day. I tried everything I could think of and was under a phyand Mrs. Loo Eyer were guest of Mr. sician's caro for two and Mrs. P. Weintjes. years. A girl friend Mr. and Mrs. C. Hildbrad were had used Lydia E. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Popenhagen. Pinkham's VegeMr. Paul Ensslin was at home retable Compound and cently. she told mo about Mr. Bob Taylor of the Buck Creek it From tho first oil fields, was here last Friday. day I took it I began Mr. John Getha, who sold his place to feel better and some weeks ago, has moved into the now I am well and vacant house of Mr. G. Ollish. able to do most anv Mr. August Irvin is staying with kind of work. I 'brothex, John, until he is called his have been re for service. tho f!om- com-mendin- cr At Auction Stanford, Ky At 1:30 P.M. m The St. Asaph Hotel, one of the best hostelries in this 0 section, will be sold at public auction, at 9 Saturday, Mareb 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-half .g &. m You Can Get 5.000 to 10.000 More Half-Sol- e lf Miles We will put them on for you and change your old tires the price youwould Into new ones at about one-hahave to pay for new tires. Your tire comes Into our plant, worn and scarred from service, and we deliver it back to you" the same non-skitire made oversize and with a brand-netread of fresh rubber. Not a square inch of your old tire will be In sight, and you will not be able to tell it, from a new tlre. d out of them by using Gates Tires.' Are absolutely guaranteed for 3,500 mile of wear without J many uteri are averaging from 6.000 to 10.000 mllti. nd You cannot get this kind of guaranteed service from any tire on the without paying two or three times the costof a Gatesmarket Duncture-aH4"-S0,- GATESTIRES e T,r- e- w Don't throw away another wom tire untllyou have Investigated If you are paying the tire bills you will be the Gates. Half-Soli ...A if. tn shmu vnu hnw to keeD In vour own Docket a big part of the cost of new tires and get better tire service than you have ever had before. We guarantee It. LET US SHOW YOU International Rubber Sales Company J. B. Williams, Mgr., Danville, Ky. G. H. MASTERS, Local Agent, Stanford, Ky. quests shall bo given publication: "In order that wo may comply with the urgent demands of the Al lies for wheat and, at the samo time, take caro of our own domestic sup plies, wu urgunwy necu mis year in earlier and more complete marketing of wheat in farmers' hands than usual. The Allies are taking from us fifty per cent, of other cereals than wheat to mix in their bread. Inasmuch as the people in allied countries, and the soldiers, muit be fed with bread baked in bakeries, it is impossble for them to prepare bread made wholly out of- - other cereals ami we niust furnish them with sutllcicnt wheat to maintain their bakery loaf. I, therefore, appeal to nil of tho farmers in the State of Kentucky that they shall bring all of cheir wheat, except their necessary reserves foi seed, to market before May 1st. This is a war call and a servico for Uncle Sam who is fighting for his life. Jf your local miller is unnblo to buy all tho what that is offered, market it in tho other customary trade channels through which it will reach the Food Administration Grain Corporation." Tho Massachusetts building at the Hampton Roads naval baso burned from unknown causo. The houso was built by Massachusetts during tho Jamestown exposition. easy terms. ! Attorney for J. HILiLi, Estate, Stanford, Ky. Ji. Col, John B. Dinwiddie, Auct. Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, March 22, 1918 LAND, STOCK AND CROP sold 0. IMPORTANCE Sunday World Conditions Night and Their Meaning Mar. 24 7:30 P. M. Henr Tim Subject By Oliver L Denslow ht HILL'S AUDITORIUM Week-Nig- Meetings WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27th "THE SANCTUARY IN THE MONDAY, MARCH 25th "JESUS AS A PROPHET" TUESDAY, MARCH 26th "WONDERS OF THE AGE." PRES-EN- WILDERNESS." T THURSDAY, MARCH 28th "THE JUDGMENT." - hmiQ For 146 Acres of Knob Land known as the Alexander tract. Situated on waters of Green River, two miles east of Mc- Kinney, Ky. Will H. Campbell lives near this tract of land and will show you bounds.- ry. 35 acres of this land was cleared several years ago and cultivated one season. John Sutton.of Garrard, has a ewe that kidnapped a lamb and is rearing it as it should be done. John L. Pond has sold his farm in Franklin county to Rogers & Son, of Adair for $34,000. G. A. Swinebroad, of Lancaster, sold to J. P. Tugglo, of Boyle, a two- year-oimare muie for $225. Smith T. Powell will sell Jils fine saddle stallion, Almont Dare, at auc- uuii ui uiuuriy ivionony aiternoon nt 1 o'clock. Joseph McDowell, Jr., of Boyle, som io iunrcus neim lor uo!. L. J . Yandell, of New York, an extra good Jersey cow for $175. The Warren Wheeler farm in bcott county, known ns' "Airv Heights," was bought bv Claud Robinson at $251. The place contam-54acres. W. B. Mfcynard, of Garrard, contracted his lambs about 75 in number, to J, Lee Murphy to be deliverc the first half of July and the first of Aunrust nt 10c. Sam Burdcttc, of Adair, bought in Marion county eight mules at $12.r to $225. Mr. Burdcttc sold to R. L Caldwell a pair of s mare mules for $5Q0. At D. G. Elliott's sale near the other day sheep brought from $23.50 to $30.30 per head. Porn sold at $8.05 and hay at $1.25 to $1.55. A pair of matched mares sold 344-ncr- $150. W. P. Givens. of the Shelby CHv section, sold to Parksville parties 15 shoats at 20c. Logan Hubble bold to S. E. Harnett, of London, a 15 2 hand jack for $500. four-year-old. here a few days ago 42 cattle nt $31.-5L. P. Nunncllcy bought 5f T. W. Jones a horse mule for $200. W. B. Mnynnrd sold to W. L. Rose a pair of mules for $450. W. M. Franklin bought of J. H. Baughman a marc for ld J. A. Young, of Adair county, ' OF HEALTHY KID. NEYS Stanford Reader Should Learn To Keep The Kidneys Well The kidnevs have a big work to do. the blood in the body is coursing through the kidneys constantly to bo freed of poisonous mntter. It is a heavy enough task when the kidneys arc well, but a cold, chill, fever or All three-year-o- ld thrcc-ycar-ol- d to irritate, inflame and congest the kidneys and interrupt the purifying work. TVinn Mm nMiinir gome thoughtless exposure is lik.'lv o u nood Drnrt' K'Hncv Pills ntid know they arc a !;ood medicine. My kidneys were weak and inactive and "T V,n T and is often accompanied by some ir regularity of the urine too passages, sediment or retention. Thousands testify to the wonderful merit of Doan's Kidney Pills, that have been used In kidney trou-le- s 50 years. You will make no mistake in following this Stanford citi zen's advice. W. A. Brent. R. F. D. No. 2. says: ire-ouc- nt fri'niientlv beams ta rf - Children Cry for Fltchrvs s98ajpa9iaHMaaaaaaBBaBaaaaaaaaHBaBaBaaBaB hi h hi Just-as-go- od She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of - and has been made tinder his per- -sonal C&jCJ&fflttfa Allow supervision since its infancy. no one to deceive you in this. ta?r. .cWiAll Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A back. Doan's Kidney I'ills soon put my kidneys in good shape." Don t Prlen fiOc. nt ail dealors simply ask for a kidney remedy- - -- get some mai Doan's Kidney niis-t- ne Co., Mr. Brent had. Fostcr-Milbur- n Mfrgs., Buffalo, N. Y. It TURN ABOUT IS FAIR PLAY A doctor living in the northern side of Dublin called at the nearest shoemaker's to have his bouts re- Vin.l n.nm nrwl illtll TlinnS nCTOSS . JT1" 0 GENUINE CASTORIA the Signature of ALWAYS 1 high-clas- three-year-ol- d MM-dlebu- paired. "These boots, doctor," said the shoemaker, "aren't worth repairing." "Then, of course," said the doctor, "I don't want anything done with them." "But I'll charge you half a crown just the same," replied the shoe maker. "You see, doctor, you charged me a half sovereign the other day for telling me there wasn't anything wrong with me." "Old party slogans have lost their declared President significance," Wilson in a message to New Jersey Democrats, read by Secretary Tu multy at a banquet of party leaders. Disinterested service to humanity, said the President, will be the lest of the future. The war, he pointed out. was democratizing not only Europe but America as well, and the voter who comes from the trenches will not be satisfied with the old par tisan watchwords. The State Board of Health pro a quarantine of Elliott county because of the epidemic of small pox. The action resulted irom tne refusal of Circuit Judge Uisco to suspend court at Sandy Hook when so directed bv the County Board of Health of Elliott county. claimed yBears la Use For Over 30 Years TH d of Danville 50 cattle at $12.80 per hundred. W. O. Walker sold to the same party 26 cattle of the same nuality for the same money. Mr. Fox shipped these cattle to New 1,250-poun- for $500. J. Frank Smith sold to Monte Fox, The Kind You Have Always Bought CENTAUR OBMMMY, NEW VOWX OITV. York. W. B. McKINNEY STANFORD, KY. Agent for Heirs J. A. Givens, Deceased ot. Publ IC Odie horses&Mules I will sell There were about 1,500 cattle on the Mt. Sterling market Monday and the demand was the greatest ever known. Yearling steers brought from $40 to $G0 each, some of them selling as high as 12c a pound; heifers from $30 to 42.50 each; heavy steers, about 000 pounds, at $100 per head; r stocker cows at 7c a pound and cows at $6 per hundred, with bulls selling at from $40 to $100 each. Greenwade & Calvin, of West Virginia, sold 50 head of coming mules at from $265 to S500 .per pair; E. R. Little, of Lexington, purchased two mules at $575: II. B. Adams, of Salyersville. sold the following mules to J. S. Wheeler & Co.. one pair at $575; to W. II. McCollom, of Tennessee, six head for $1,375; to Razor & Mays, of Salt Lick, six mules for $1,250; to Will-o- r Brothers, one pair mules for $4S0; to Charles T. FaulkB. ner, one mule at $230; to French, one mule at $210. Caywood &McClintock, of Bourbon county, Bud Smith, of Cynthiana, and other buyers secured a eood many mules at from $200 to S245 each. A number of horses sold at from $75 to can-nethree-year-ol- d four-year-o- ld M-- . Several hundred pairs of best shoes left which you can purchase at your own price. Parks and Hendren Co., Danville. Provost Marshal Gen. Crowder will begin within a few days calling out for special intruction the men in the draft needed by the army in technical nositions. More or less complete returns from The total cost of the war to all' belevery county in the State sustaineu ligerents is now said to be at least the lead of Congressman Irvine L. $5,000,000,000 a month. Lenroot, loyalist candidate for tho Republican nomination for the United States Senate from Wisconsin. Having gone into other business, I will on the premises in the suburbs PUBLIC of Danville, on the Hustonville pike Having sold my farm, I will on the on THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1918 premises on the Parksville and Junction City pike near Alum Springs on sell to the highest bidder the following personal property: One, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1918 mare, works any where, safe for sell to the highest bidder the follow- lady to drive; one mare, ing personal property: Two work broke to drive, good one; one 2 horse two mules, unbroke wagon; two wagons; one mules; four work horses, one Shet- phaeton; one each 12 and 3 Vulcan land pony, four fresh Jersey cows, plows; two h cultivators; four yearling heifers; one Jersey two double shovel plows; two Planet, bull; five sows and pigs; 26 Jr., hand cultivators; one gasoline one boar; 200 barrels engine (four horse power) ; one Fairbanpicked corn; 40 thoroughbred brown ks-Morse pump; one set double Leghorn hens; three roosters; two harness; one set spring wagon harcultivators, one binder, one mowing ness; one set buggy harness; plow machiney one rake, one wheat drill, harness; one Ross cutting box; one one corn sheller, one wheat fan, two wheat fan; one cypress incubator, wagons, one pheaton, two good one; potato planter; one Deer-in- g turning plows; household and kitchmowing machine; one water en furniture, a lot of antique furni- trough and many other things not ture, small spinning wheel, distaff mentioned. and flax on it. Numerous other artiTERMS Six months negotiable cles not mentioned. paper made payable in bank. Sale beTerms made known on day of sale. gins at one p. m., and will be held Sale begins at 10 a. m. rain or shine. w. b. Mcdonald. GEO. F. CHRISMAN. Capt. T. D. English, auctioneer. Capt. John B. Dinwiddie. Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE SALE two-year-o- ld five-toot- two-hor- se $100. GRAND OLD MAN OF GOD GOES HOME i. Friends here were grieved to lejjrji at Public Sale, at Junction City, Ky. beginning at 1 P. M. 9 Saturday March 23 20 Horses and Mules They are all good workers and are all farm stock first-cla- ss R. E. BENEDICT JUNCTION CITY, KY. Attention Men! Our Spring and Summer styles are here and it is time for that new suit. We will be glad to show them to you. Every suit is for long wear. Sam Robinson nf the rather sudden death at Stanford Wedncdav afternoon, of Rev. Marsbnll D. Earlv, pastor of the Baptist church thc-e- , member of the Baptist Stnte Board", ami ono of the most prominent men of the denomination in the South. Dr. Fnrlv had a number of relatives near Berea. and in Whitley county, whence came his forbears, though he himsolf was'a native of Georgia. He wns 70 vears of age. but lotained to the Ins his virile vigor and militant leadership in the cause of h's Master he loved and served so wll. Truly, s he would have wished, he died in the harness. To him his Lord was as 'eal as the membe?s of his own family, and that he has cone to receive a reward, such as will be won by few mortals from the Throne of Grace, is felt to be sure and certain by those who knew thi erand old man and minister. Dr. virlv had boon ill but a few days. Te was affected with "sriiticn. and f0t too ill to occunv his nulnit last S""da but the watchers bed s'd did not feel it hisurnemic ioioning set in,uneasv which until nnicklv broufht the end. He Is survived by his vcr devoted vif. and a vnunir daughter. Miss Marv Early, at Stanford, and several children bv a previous marr'ne. in other parts of the oountrv To had been pastor at Stanford a JUt'o over four years and during thrt time had endeared himself to all the neople, reirardless of sect or belinf. He stood for what he believed rieht. w'thout fear of con- senuences. bn wherever its ugly no more vigorhead appeared. ous foe. Yet wiil. while ho condemned the sin. b" loved the sinner. and without a 1uht no minister of the Gosnel in nM that section ever cot so close personally to men in ev ory walk of life, saint or sinner, as he. Though n verv young man at the time, he enlisted in the armv of the Confederacy when the Civil War. broke out. and foucht under Forest and others, mainly in the campaigns west of the Mississippi, his family residing in Arkansas at that timoHe held prominent pastorates in ArkanOklahoma sas and Texas, before coming to Kentucky. Ho was a close friend to Chamn Clark and others prominent in national affairs, and wns indeed one of the "big" men of the Baptist denomination. Ari immense throng attended the funeral sorvices, Lincoln lodge, No. 60, F. & A. M. of which the deceased was a devoted member, conducting the beautiful Masonic ritual nt the grave. A few years ago ho traveled la the Holy Land, and presented to Lincoln lodge a gavel, the head, of which was carved from part of n stone from Solomon's temple. Richmond Regi New Clothes for Easter Get them early That's an established idea. Everything has the new look about this time; men usually like to be "in it," too. I Your spring suit the one we know you'll pick out as the best one for you is here ready for you to wear. It's a Hart SchafFner & Marx suit of course; we know you want something good. Don't wait until somebody else has taken the one you want. C . tj Easter comes March 31st. Get ready now in clothes and fnd There's nothing dressier d than a smart suit; here's one 'of the military variations by HartSchaffner&Marx many other live ones. double-breaste- Phillfps and Phillips The Home Copyright Hart Srhaffaw L Mars Hart. Schaffner and Marx Clothes ter. jtfT M A$i.' jmt,Jk wm-.- s , .wfcdlfcHlUli iJUfc, U.I. -- fli