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MAN TO PROMOTE 5ntt':$ itf A)Vft Tuesday, March 26, 1918 Tuesdays and Fridays FIGHT GRsfAT SPEECH; GREAT CROWD SERVICE FLAG DEDICATION THE LATEST WAR NEWS They were here from every nook The dedication of the Service The Germnns arc still making a the light of day at Crab Orchard, and'eorner of Lincoln county, while Falg at the Presbyterian church on great drive will promote the great heavy weight surrounding counties sint JMmrn. Sunday, March 24th. proved to be a The French and seem to be gaining. forces hnvo battle beween Jesse Willard and tionsto hear Gov. Augustus Owsley very interesting nnd impressive oc- - polled to yield Laon, buthnnn mm. Fred Fulton, final articles for the Stanley address an open meeting of casion. The musical part of the ex- - left bnnk of the Oiso river. hold the English bout being signed nt Chicago Mon- ino uiueriy service league nt the crcises consisted Inrgcly of patriotic headquarters are expecting early Friday night. The circuit hymns which were sung day. Willard will receive 75 per cent, court-houwith great events which may better conditions was not lnrge enough to earnestnesss of tho net profits made by Miller, court-rooenthusiasm. The; Germans are fiirhtint? accommodate the great crowd anil duet. "Keen nnd Homo Fires Burn of allies. The Heavy while Fulton is to get the flat sum of the manyiWere deprived of the pleasure ing," was touchingly nnd beautiful- desperately. completely attacks about $20,000. The fight will take place by brvillors, smashed some where in the U. S. on July 4th. of hearing the masterly speech. Mr. ly rendered by Misses Elizabeth Haig's artillery. A new attack has Col. Miller, who is n Lincoln county William Severance in a very brief been begun by the Huns South of McKin-nennd Nnncy Katherine product, is a son of G. W. Miller, talk told of the intents nnd purposes The presentation of the Service the Somme river. Estimated thnt whose remains lie in the Crab Orch- of the' League, after which Mr. K. S. Flag by Miss Esther Burch was made they have 840,000 troops. Battle conard Cemetery. He is the owner of Alcorn in chosen words introduced in nn address which for dignity nnd tinues with greatest violence ali Ranch 101, which gave a splendid Gov. Stanley. Kentucky's chief exec- appropriateness was pronounced per- nlong the front. hippodrome show in Stanford a num- utive began by saying that he had fect by those who heard it. The lanThrowing troops into the ber of years ago. He has amassed come to Stanford in compliance with guage was exceptionally well chosen gigantic battlefresh the on western front, a request made by Dr. M. I). Enrly, nnd every great wealth and is one of the big word counted for strength the Germans are pushing their wedge sporting men of the country. Coi. who was onu of the dearest, best and impressiveness. Each one of the slightly deeper into Field Marshal Miller is a first cousin of Will, Joe friends he ever had. as well as at the Presbyterian boys who had respond- Haig's but nnd John Brooks, formerly of Crab solicitation of the League president, ed to the country's call was mention- slowed line, by the advance has been up the heroic resistance Orchard, and who are in Dr. E. J. Brown. He paid n glowing ed by name nnd the character of the British Stanford, nnd was educated at Cen- tributena to the memory of Dr. Early, service indicated. The response to of thefor every troops, who are battling foot of ground. a soldier of the Civil War both ress. tral University, Richmond. has been occupied by the and a soldier of the Cross. The im- the presentation speech was made by Monday night Mr. Denslow conthe pastor of the churcn, Rev. P. L. Huns, but nt tremendous cost, tinued the same line of thought, bas- WILL IMPROVE THE ST. ASAPH mense throng listened with rapt at- Bruce, who gave expression to the asserted. The enemy's strategy it is to the splendid eulogy of the seems ing his remarks on the wonderful Mr. J. W. Acey, the new owner of tention gratitude felt by he people of the to have been the "pincer" system of prophecy of our Lord as recorded in the St. Asaph Hotel, will close its "grand old man" and seemed to church to Mrs. Harvey Helm, the attack, but Field Marshal Haig speaker's every word. Gov. the 24th chapter of Matthew. In doors after supper Saturday night, wife of our Congressman, who thwarted the Germans by retiring in this chapter there is contained more when Mrs. E. C. Jordan will give up Stanley spoke of the noble service flag. The people the center anil giving stiff opposidonor of the information concerning the subject the hotel, nnd Monday morning car- the Liberty Service League was per- were urged to continue loyal to the of the second advent of our Savior penters, painters and other artisans forming and congratulated the town boys who arc "with the colors" and tion to the enemy in the north. While the great battle continues than in any other portion of the Bi- will be found at work changing and and county on having such an organ- to new dedication to the cause of ization. ble. And this information is of speci- greatly improving the .building. Imr, American-Germa-He said that if there is an liberty and justice. A large congre- along the British line, Washington n in the county, the is optimistic. Haig's elastic defense al value, inasmuch as it comes direct- provements will be made from celto him: but gation was present. Following are nnd the stubborn resistance of his ly from the lips of Christ Himself. lar to roof and when tho work is com- League was a the young men represented in the men are halting n here the advance of the "Here the very generation that pleted the building will be so greatly if there be business would ho to flag: Trucheart P. Bourne, Lvnn H. enemy, army officers believe. Confiwould see the fulfillment of the changed for the better that it will tho League's Davis, Marion R. Calmcse, Sam .1. dence in the ultimate defeat of the Christian's hope is definitely pointed hardly be recognized as the same watch him. No more patriotic ad Embry, Stith Noe, Francis A. German effort was expressed by out and all evidence," declared the hostelry. Mr. Acey proposes to spare dress nas been made any where than by and it aroused addiWood, just back from the westspeaker, "shows that we arc now liv- no means in making it an tional enthusiasm who ing in that generation." hotel building and hopes to get the him. He impressed in allhearers heard SEED CORN EXPERT IS HERE ern front, and Maj. Gen. MacLcach-in- , his with British military attache. The The meetings will continue during work completed in the next 30 days. Mr. Frank Leslie Russell, of Rich- ultimate aim of the Germans still is me iasi the week. The subjects advertised In the mean time a manager for the Europe, mat tne war is not over in but is in has succeeded District Farm a question, army experts declare. for Wednesday and Thursday nights hotel will be forthcoming and before States! and righthere our the United mond, Thomas gates. He at II. Collins here in the Gen. Wood recommended that an arwill undoubtedly be of unusual in- very long the traveling men and paid his respects to the slacker and Agent seed corn testing work nnd he can be my of 2,500,000 be maintained terest. These subjects will have to do others will again be accommodated lauded the. gallant hoys e who are do found at the during his abroad. n with the great Judgment before at the St. Asaph. ing our righting "over there" as well stay, which will probably cover a which all must appear. The stereop-tico- n Despite and embargo, blockade as those who are training for useful- month. It is the intention of Mr. used Monday night proved an AFFECTS ASSESSORS' JOBS the ness ir, the great world war. Gov. Russell to hold various community portscutting off of all overseas iminteresting feature and will be used and stoppage of even minor Senator Jay W. Harlan arrived as he recited from time to time during the re- last night after completing his work Stanley grew eloquenthas heaped up meetings in the county and he will leaks through neutral countries, it do all in his power to prevent any the inaalts the Kaiser mainder of the meetings. in the General Assembly. He says on thia.country and admitted that he seed corn being planted that will not seems improbable that lack of indisMS the law which was adopted changing was for resenting them years ago, freely germinate. Mr. Rassell has pensable raw materials will bring A TOAST TO THE KAISER the manner of paying assessors, and stating that when the last democra-i- c had much experience in testing corn about defeat of the Germans, in the Senator John Sharp Williams, of in fact abolishing the assessor's ofMf"- national platform was framed he and our farmers can rely on his opinion of Cyril Brown. Missipoi, said in the Senate the other fice and substituting the position of spoke jor hours in favor of inserting work. No charges are made by him lives were lost when a t day: "Mr. President, I think it is well County Tax Commission, affects the a plart calling for war upon the for his work, Uncle Sam and State British mine sweeper struck a mine :f enough now and then, while we are assessors who were elected last No- Kaiser nnd his adherents. His eulogy College paying him for his services. nd a British destroyer was sunk folim- vember. In other words the law belowing a collision. discussing matters of world-wid- e oi rreadent Wilson was very beau- It is urgent that a great corn Though Bulgaria now is sending port, like the hours of labor of em- comes active at once. Many people tiful, bit it was apparent that he did be raised and it is hoped that no crop ployees in the city of Washington, to were of the opinion that the law not altogether endorse the Presi mer of this good county will befar- forces to aid th Germans in their so v? say something that relates itself to would not become 'operative until dent's keeping the country out of foolish as to plant corn that he is attacks on the British lines, Washthe present awful war situation of the expiration of the present four war so long. The governor was not in not certain will "bring forth good ington is awaiting direct opposition vear terms of assessors. Senator the Desk of voice, but he was full of fruit." The Interior the world. has to United States troops before deMr. George Morrow Mayo, for- Harlan, for a first term man, made patriotx; enthusiasm and his effort known Mr. Russell for Journalyears claring war on that nation. The attimany merly a clerk in the office of the a remarkable record and plensed his greatlyr pleased the hundreds who and takes pleasure in endorsing him tude of American diplomats is that V v DESERVES A GOLD constitutents greatly. Danville Ad heat-'- i t. Speaking of the German as a gentleman, as well as being Bulearia is the tool of Germany. freight claim agent of The old Russian armv is losing its , ,;, Railwav system, of Washington, who vocate.. said he was not mad at qualified .?$ is now a gunner's mate in the,Unit- M ?A$Wtfr tnflBWf'iiH d'for that reason he would address in his line of work. He will prestige. The Soviet Government is ' i, the farmers at the court- rapidly disarming Cincinnati Authority I ells mow lo ed States JNavy,,ia..theiautho.rf4iiELlrNE3:COLpRJ"-SOLpiEand disbanding tho ,?"-.-rtnam '"steel bullets house nt 2 p. m., Saturday. army and eliminating it from public following tdsfttstor e?KalseVhicftpRc.K Calildt li.tecPry-U- p Any ?rn romfl flring squad would make death TWENTY-TWr I want t6 read to the Senate: WILL GO FRIDAY affairs. Soldiers' representatives on colored Baptist church here, asks the instantaneous and the scroundrels it utu Kiirnt ja the Here's to the Blue of the help of the citizens of the city city would never know what hurt them." Twenty-tw- o colored men will be Sovietexecutive committees of the North. are being removed not only men and women You nnd county in preparing a dinner for he said. At the conclusion of his taken from this county to Camp When we meet on the fields of the colored bovs 23 in number need suffer no longer. Wear the superb address many of those in the .achary Taylor next inday. They 'n Moscow, but throughout Russia. France; who will leave here Friday for Camp shoes that nearly killed you before, e gave him a hearty hand- are Cummins Pennington. Robert H. The new voluntary army will name says this Cincinnati authority, be- May the spirit of Grant be with you Zachfi-- Taylor. He asks their help shake nd congratulated him on his Pennington, George Higgins, George delegates to take these places. The removal of the capital to Moscow N all cause a few drons of freezone ap in donations of money or provisions, splendii talk. Sitting with him on Helm, Sam As the sons of the North advance. and also that the ones who have ser- the s laker's stand were Judge Hays, CarceniaPntton Wood, George explained by the Bolshevik officials plied directly on a tender, aching Logan. A. B. Welch as nn effort to save Petrograd. Thev vants will grant them the privilege of Charles A. Hardin, of Harrodsburg, Wm. Hansford, Win. D. Tardif, Carl corn stops soreness at once ana soon havinjf that day off so they can do Dr. E. J. Brown, president of the Wheeler Jones, Owsley Embry, Jas. declare that if the Germans approach the corn loosens so it can be lifted And here's to the Gray of the South, out root and all, without a bit of their bit toward helping make the Liberty Service League, Representa- Best, Henry Anderson. Hartford they will retreat still farther and When we meet on the fields of frrcwcll for these boys a pleasant tive W4 B. O'Bannon and Attorney Perry Cowan. John M. nain. Trice. Pearl demontrate that the Russian governe France ; A quarter of nn ounce of one. Anv donations left at the I. J. K. S. Alcorn. The League members Embry, George Trice, Alexander ment will remain, no matter whnt costs very little at any drug Mav the spirit of Lee be with vou all office will be turned over to the pro sat within the railing. Gov. Stanley Gordon, Kobert Logan, Olne Dye inroads the Teutons mav make. The As thsons of the South advance. moter oi the good cause. store, but is sufficient to take off came ccr from Frankfort in his car Perkins. Ulie Bright. Frank Thurman evacuation of Potrograd progresses every hard or soft corn or callus. and weit direct to the home of Mrs. was to have cone with the bunch but and every train out of the former capital is loaded. BANISH CATARRH This should be tried, as it is inex- And here's to the Blue and Gray as M. D. Early, where he dined with her he got in trouble with a turkey ownone The mystery nun which has been pensive and is said not to inflame or and her daughter, Mrs. Mary Early. ed by J. L. Beazlcv rnd had to go to When we meet on the fields of even irritated the surrounding tissue Hyomei Two Minutes and After the speaking he was invited Frankfort for a while. A dinner will hurling shells into Paris has been France ; or skin. to a luncheon at The Princess, but be given tho boys at the colored located in the Forest of St. Gobain, miles from the French If your wife wears high heels she Mav the spirit of God be with us all Stuffed Up Head Will Get Relief declinet saying that he had to hurry school grounds and the white people seventy-fivwill be glad to know of this. It As the sons of the Flag advance. back to Frankfort to attend to some are aked to contribute to the good capital. The bombardment continued If you want to get relief from ca- important business in the morning. cause and they are gladly doing so. most of Sundav. but traffic was reMr. President, it is very seldom tarrh, cold in the head or from an sumed and the Sunday crowds on the MORELAND is written. A great deal irritating cough in the shortest time CROWD BIG; boulevards were as much in evidence Mr. Chas. Wilhoit is very sick at that poetry every BUSINESS SLOW OF INTEREST TO FARMERS of verse is as on other occasions. Paris newspadav added to the breathe Hyomei. A bit crowd attended Lancaster Ws home. think It will clean out your head freely. court Monday but business was not Owing to the great qauntity of pers, while praising German ingenuTho private school that was taught literature of the world. I poetry, these Hyomei will end a cold in one day. brisk ill) any line. There were some faulty corn being fed in the county, ity for the perfection of the gun, inand three stanzas constitute by Walter Moser closed Friday. highly necessary in order veigh n?ninst tho useless barbarity of it Mrs. J. J. Moser has been very I wanted to put them in the Record. It will relieve you of disgusting good cattle on the market and they to becomes your stock, protect snuffles, hawking, spitting and offen- sold wel, but aside from them there that they be bombarding a defenseless city. Air sick but is convalescing at the pres- Stanford Woman Finds Remas soon sive breath in a week. was not much doing in tho capital of vaccinated impossible as practicable. It raids in reprisal are urged. ent. edy Works Fabulous Fortune to cure a diseas Hvomei is made chiefly from a Garrad. ilo first class mules were of- is almost Mr. Ravmond Durham has return"I wouldn't take a million dollars soothing, healing, germ killing anti- fered but cjuite a 'number of second ed animal, while if it be vaccinated CARPENTER TO DRILL HERE ed from Berea, where he has been for the good Mayr's Wonderful Rem- septic, that comes from the eucalyp raters went at a fair price. Seed corn beforehand its powers of resistance Rex Carpenter, the in school. edy has done for me. I have finished tus forests of inland Australia was the topic of conervation of ev- are increased and becomes nlmost Wayne county oil man. is here anil Mr and Mrs. G. B. Pruitt were in The State Board desires soon he will have a drilling rig at the course and can say that I am en- where catarrh, asthma and consump- ery gathering and a strenuous ef. immune. Louisville last week on business. tirely cured known that all precautions be taken of Mrs. Pruitt brought back a nice line tion, bloating of very severe indiges- tion were neverpleasant to exist. to fort is being made to secure corn for der to stamp out cholera in in or workis in tho South End oil the county. hops. He Hyomei is and colic attacks I sufand easy confident that in paying seeding purposes that will certainly of hats. only quantities underlies that section of in cattle and Dr. M. Lee Pipes, Moreland's on- fered from for many years." It is a breathe. Just pour a few drons into germinate. Mr. Thomas H. Collins, black loir having your this can be done bv simple, harmless prepartion that remake a strenuous ly and efficient doctor, left Sunday moves the catarrhal mucus from the the hard rubber inhaler, use as di who was hero in the interest of the ated by an experienced stock vaccin- county toand he will Mr. Carpenter reveterinarian. effort locate it. rected and relief is almost certain. seed com problem, spoke to an inon the noon train for Camp OgleIt Vaccinated hogs are better feeders cently closed nn oil deal in Wayne thorpe, Ga., where has been station- intestinal tract and allays the inflam- ingA complete Hyomei outfit, includ- terested crowd at the all inhaler and one bottle of Hyomei was decided by farmers that pig clubs and take on flesh very rapidly. John on which he picked up ? 10.000 and in the medical corps. He volun- mation which causes practically ailed costs it is hoped that he will make much liver teered last fall and has just been stomach, including and intestinal One where but little at druggists every- would be organized all over the coun- Cook, Veterinarian. more than that in the field he will appendicitis. and at The Penny Drug Store. ty by the boys. The banks have called. A large crowd was at the ments, AWARDED A GOLD MEDAL enter rigght away. He has had much dose will convince or money refund- If train and hardly a one refrained ed. The Lincoln Pharmacy and The can you already own an inhaler you agreed to lend boys money to buy get an extra bottle of Hyomei pigs and let them pay the money Mr. Chnrles P. Ware, who was un experience in the oil business and his from shedding a tear when the patri- Penny Drug Store. at druggists. It back at selling time. A majority of Sundny to sec his brother, Mr. J. advice is sought by many. otic and loved gentleman boarded the boys will buy Red Berkshires, the M. Ware, out on the Somerset Pike, the train. He is a fine gentleman H. TOMORROW OVERLAND ASAPH both in his social and professional CARPENTER SALE to tho sale in OWENSS. HAS Owens, the AGENCY hogs that attract so much attention has been in the emnlov of the O. &. G. Mr. MASTERS BUYS ST. hustling M. G. II. Masters, the Col. All roads will lead at the Lincoln County Fair each C, now Southern Railway, at Som nffaris and will be greatly missed. erset for 29 years and the company auto livery man, was the successful Mrs. Pines and his son, James, will the West End of C. C. and Mrs. Jen- real estate man has taken the agency year. Wednes- for the popular Overland automobile nie Carpenter tomorrow, has shown its appreciation of his bidder on the St. Asaph Hotel Saturremain here. day, and it is very likelv that all tho nnd will have several of the cars on PROMINENT WAYNE MAN DEAD services bv presenting him wth a day afternoon, the well known host- roads will be crowded. It is going to exhibition at Stanford on court day. Henry L. Phillips, Sr., G9, died cold modal. Ho began in 13P9 nnd let y being knocned down to him for A BILIOUS ATTACK bo one of the bicrzest sales held in He will also have a demonstrator cheap. Mr. J. $7,200, which is mnd When you have a bilious attack Lincoln county in a long time and1) who will be glad to show tho cars to at Monticello last week after a brief he has having trood nil alow; the line, W. Acey was the dirt contending bidder. never Iwn laid off i Jay. your liver fails to perform its func- some splendid stock, provender and any and all who wish to see them, Later in the afternoon Mr. Masters tions. You become constipated. The farming implements will be disposed The Overland is the only car that can number of years Mr. Phillips edited sold the hotel to Mr. Acey for a MRS. A. E. GIBBONS DEAD Wayne County Outlook and he made you eat ferments in your stom- of. Read on another page of this go as slow as 2 food miles per hour it n very creditable publication. He Mrs. Arthur E. Gibbons died nt small profit. It is hoped that the new ach instend of digesting. This in- paper what will be sold. and can make GO miles per hour also held ho office of judge and filled her homo at Cleveland. O.. where she pwner will either run the St. Asaph flames tho stomach and causes nauwhen you are in a hurry. It has the the position well. In early life he had lived with her husband since or put ome good man in it who will sea, vomiting and a terrible headHOSKINS BUYS A DODGE great cantilever spring nnd the en- wrs married to Miss Alice Chrisman, leaving Danville some five yenrs ago. do so. That Stanford needs n ache. Take Chamberlnin's Tablets. peoAfter trying a number of other hotel none who know conditions that is made by the daughter of James Chrisman, who Mrs. Gibbons was Miss Jeff Davis They will tone up your liver, clean makes of automobiles, Cashier J. W. gine It is n great car. LetWilleya ple. Mr. Owens survives him, from which union six Rossell and was born in the Peyton's gainsay. out your stomach nnd you will soon Hoskins, of the Peoples Bank of show it to you. children survive: Mrs. A. P. Young, Well section of this county. Her husbe as well as ever. They only cost a Hustonville, l.ns bought of L. F. LET COLORED HELP OFF Liberty; Mrs. J. D. Cheek, Cincinna- band was for years a quarter. Steele n 1918 Dodgo touring car. He As the colored citizens are going THE PNEUMONIA SEASON ti nnd Miss Mamie Phillips, Henry paper and paint dealer of Danville. must have read some of those interThe cold, damp weather of March L. Phillips, of Birmingham, Ala.; Besides the husband a grown son to have a parting word and serve A now typo of cigarette lighter Is esting advertisements Mr. Steele is seems to be the most favorable for Major Hiram A. Phillips, who is sonfo survives. dinner at the public school building immediately, by our boys in running in the I. J. wanted at 10 o'clock Friday morning for tho tho pneumonia germ. Now is the where in France and J. M. Phillips. reports the trenches. According to boys who have been called to tho be careful. HAD BIG EAGLE MOUNTED from United States marines abroad, Despondency Due To Constipation time to from a cold.Pneumonin often Tho quicker a Chamberlain's Cough Remedy A Favresults Ravmond Traylor. who some time colors, it is kindly asked in behalf of matches are all right, if dry, but are Women often become nervous and cold is gotten rid of the less tho dan ngo, killed u big golden eagle on his those who are doing domestic service orite For Colds n "dead" giveaway, especially at despondent. When this is duo to ger. As soon as tho first indication of J. L. Easley, Macon, HI., in speak- farm near Dudderar's mill, hud it of white families, that some allownight. Gasoline lighters are used al- constipation it is easily corrected by a cold appears take Chamberlain's by Cincinnati artist, and ance be made that they might most enitrely, but gas it's at a pre- taking an occasional dose of Cham- Cough Remedy. As to the value of ing of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy mounted it toa town W. D. Tardif. Saturday aftersays, "During the past fifteen years brought mium over there. berlain's Tablets. Theso tablets are this preparation, ask anyone who has it has been my sister's favorite med- noon. It proved quito n show. The easy to take and pleasant in efffect. used it. icine for colds on the lungs. I my- big bird measures seven feet nnd WILL LECTURE SATURDAY P. M. Eager to do their part in defeating Mr. Frank Leslie Russell, who is self have taken it a number of times four inches from tip to tip. Germany, West Point residents will The phonograph and telephone are J. I. HAMILTON BUYS GARAGE when suffering with a cold and it has here to test seed corn free for tho throw open their doors to the artil- employed in a South Carolina inventJames I. Hamilton bought the ga always relieved me nromntly." GETS A TEAR IN PEN farmers and others, will address the lerymen from Camp Taylor, who will or's automatic fire alarm that calls rage at Lancnster Saturday, which John Hopkins, who was charged farmers of Lincoln county nt the be located near town in the big gun up a central operator and tolls her was offered at public auction by Col. PICTURE SHOW NIGHTS e with waylaying nnd shooting Jesse at 2 o'clock Saturday aftraining this summer. just where the blaze is starting. G. B. Swinebrond, for $8,500. Tho Pictures will bo shown nt the Stan- Brock in the Fall Lick section of ternoon next on tho seed corn prob-leproperty was advertised in this pa- ford Opera House tonight, Thursday Garrard county, was given a yenr in It is hoped that n good crowd The 47th annual session of thu per. Private Mason C. Hutsey, of tho night, Friday night and Saturday tho Reformatory at Frankfort by a will hear him. Quartermaster's Corns, Camp Tay Kentucky Educatinnnl AsonnlnHnn night. Beginning next Monday. Ap Garrard jury. Brock was arrested lor, was sentenced to three years for J will be held in Louisville The Y. M. C. A. has more than ril 1st, pictures will be shown each and placed In jail here, where he re- T. C. Ball was up from Shelby 1,600 workers in France. going to steep on auiy. night. A fine picture for tonight. mnined until he gave bond. City Monday. i DISCIPLES EMERGENCY DRIVE The Disciples of Christ in this country nnd war conditions prccipi tating nn emergency of serious na turo upon all their clccmosynnry work. Their leaders are moving strongcly to meet the situation. At this writing, State Conferences arc in progress. A team of eighteen missionaries, college presidents and missionary lenders, is touring the country and creating wonderful enthusiasm. Their hearts nrc in this Drive. People arc stirred to the depths. A pastor in the middle West said: "I have nlwnys been a conscientious worker, but as I look back, my ministry seems as nothing in comparison with what it should have been. I realize more keenly than ever before that I stand between n suffering Christ nnd n sorrowing, sinful world. Henceforth, no occasion is unimportant, no service insignificant." Business men are attending the Conferences in large numbers, nnd everywhere they nrc a bulwnrk of strength. They stand for large measures. They urge vigorous and immediate prosecution of the task. The chief women nrc present in every Conference. There is but one voice from them, it is for complete consecration and for unstinted service. State apportionments have been made Thev arc larger than anything the church ever faced before, but they are received in a spirit of devoted courage. Reports already in give Dromise of five times their total missionnrv gifts of last year. This is but one of the many ravs of hope already apparent. The Disciples in this state have held a stirring .conference and are already organizing and prosecuting a campaign to reach cverv member of every church in the state. The Emergency Drive contemplates the raising of $2,250,000 beof fore June first to reach the goal imthe Men and Millions Movement, mediate relief of the war emergency. The conference for the state of Kentucky will be held at Louisville Wednesday, and will be attended by all the preachers of the Christian churches, and a business man from each church. The entire day will be occupied with the conference, luncheon being served at noon at the First Christian church. Dr. Howard J. Brazelton, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tate and Mrs. Ben Bryan compose the committee for Lincoln county. "Dr. Brazelton, and one of his business men will attend the Conference. DENSLOWS LECTURES GREAT "There is a deep nnd solemn apprehension on the part of thousands of people that some great event lies Just in the future." declared Evangelist 0. L. Dcnslow in his opening remarks Sunday night to n large who had gathered in Hill's Auditorium in spite of the stormy weather. Mr. Dcnslow went on to state that the looked for event would be fulfilled in the second coming of Christ. "It is evident," he said, "that if Christ's coming is nenr that the people should know about it and be prepared to meet Him in peace." Continuing he called attention to many lines of prophecy thnt are being fulfilled in the world at the present time all of which arc pointing to the fact that we nrc treading on the very verge of eternity. The prophecy of Joel 3: is being most remarkably fulfilled in the mighty war that is now in progce 9-- Col. Joe C. Miller, who first saw se m I Hig-gi- ns y. well-know- n Ba-pnu- was-th- e God-sen- d German-America- Wea-therfor- d. Maj-Ge- n. r te court-hous- well-know- Sixty-eigh- n W' p!ti3 ,;.: -- pastrne o O wind-swe- pt corn-pestere- d court-rous- sun-kiss- ed free-zon- B.-eat- e well-know- n court-hous- e. well-know- n 1- -2 high-cla- ss well-know- n nt-ten- d. court-hous- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Tuesday, March 26, 1918 I Condensed Report E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright tnttrtd at the poitefiot at Stanford, Xv itcond clmi matt matttr. ' Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KY. AS MADE TO COMPTROLLER, RESOURCES MARCH 4, 1918 $393,479.36 100,000.00 U. S. Bonds for Circulation 52,787.50 Lincoln County and Other Bonds 21,650.00 First and Second Liberty Loans 790.82 War Savings Stamps 70,000.00 United States Certificates of Indebtedness.... 7,001.00 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures Cash, Due from Banks and U. S. Treasurer.. 160,392.54 Bills Total LIABILITIES $806,101.22 For making short, sharp, pointed speeches, Hon. Harvey Helm is past master. When the increase of the nay of the government clerks in Washington was being considered Inst week he opposed it with nil his might nnd contrasted their sanitary and comfortable surroundings with the brnvc boys in the trenches whoso pny is n smnll part of what these pampered fellows get and still cry for more, while working only reven hours per day. It is a sin nnd n shame that Congress should take any part of the money raised by the sale of Liberty Bonds nnd War Stamps to increase the pny of these men who are enjoying all the comforts of life, he declared, nnd said that the wnr funds should be kept sacred for the prosecution of the war and to safeguard the boys of the firing line nnd not for comforts of those clerks who ought to be contributing to instead of attempting to gouge the government. The incrcnsi?, if grnnted, will aggregate $28,000,000 a year nnd will simply nmouunt to giving away that much money to those nlrcndy well paid for whnt they do. The imposition should net be permitted. ioy-ridin- Easter Styles MM aVlEEBl HpHERE is one time in each year in which we all like to dress g "Easter" Now you can have a new this season's Suit, Hat, Low Shoes and Silk Shirt for this one occasion. Also Men's Furnishing Goods of the latest creations. may speak for the patience, long nnd humanity of the gourn-methat none of them hns been executed, but it i snot to its credit that they have by such a policy been led to believe that their lives arc im$806,101.22 Total mune, no matter what they do If t' every man suspected of German had been stood up against a wall and shot or made to dangle from a rope's end, the poisoning at CovThe Deposits are the largest ever shown in a published ington of over 500 horses, thatiwero statement by any bank i n Lincoln County being hurried to the front to pill the artillery, would not have occjrred. It is a mistaken policy to shov the least consideration for such rutes WILL GET $10,000 INSURANCE history and will be known for laving WORK CHIEF IS DOING GOOD T. Wood The War Department has notified gins to execute them right anl left Chief of Police George is having some splendid work done Harriett Coffey, of color, that her the better. .Nothing will be s.ie in at street cleaning. He had a force son, Ed Coffey, who died last week this country until such action is at work yesterday and today and at Camp Zachary Taylor, had in- 0 adonted with dispatch and! ven insurance payable to here in geance. soon the thoroughfares of the "best town on the map" will be look spick stallments of $57 per month for 240 months. We did not know it till we heard and span. via Frankfort that the speaker if the nt Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits Circulation Deposits $100,000.00 61,370.88 98,800.00 545,930.34 try has dealt with spies hns caused them to grow bolder nnd bolder in their efforts to kill and destroy It The leniency with which this coun- fup-por- We are showing for this spring everything new in men's and young men's Clothing, Straw Hats, Panamas and Felts. Also a new and line of Neckwear. Our line is better and just as reasonable. $10,-00- 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. TTnnsp was known ns if his (name rlivmrifl with hnw. Wc call the same name here as if it rhymed with slow, but as Shakespeare says the c is nothing in a name, arm migni have nildpil. nor in the wav it is nroi bunc- say ed. But what we started out is that no matter how they nounce his name he made th snn.nU-n- r Knntunkv hns had in years and won the approbation bf Iriend anu iuUi uviHi omuut x uuiuu: who rnn nrrninst. him for tlin nnmi ktion, declaring that he was the faireJ man iht DA&SCC im 1 i I jp mvw fli m ll ii M " 6 .. ' ' LC Hon. Robert T. Crowe, of Oldham. i to the SS8SJSS!K a."Svav jiMBg?rp&xx:x "el. vr-- &MFm . H. Baughman & Co. INCORPORATED No. 5132 Federal Reserve Dist. No. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF 4 THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky, at close of business, Mar. 4, 1918 RESOURCES $393,479.30 Loans and discounts (except those shown in b and c) 179 57 Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecuied U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation, 100,000.00 (par value) U. S. Bonds and certificates of indebtedness 170,000.00 70,000.00 owned and unpledged per ct. and 4 per ct. 21,050.00 Liberty Loan Bonds, unpledged, 3 Bonds others than U. S. Bonds pledged to secure Postal $ 3,000.00 Savings Deposits Securities other than U. S. Bonds (not including 52,787.50 49,787.50 stocks) owned unpledged 4,550.00 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per ct. of subscription 7,000.00 Value of banking house 1.00 Furniture and fixtures 39,728.7(i Lawful reservu with Federal Reserve Bank 104,503.25 Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks.... Net amounts due from banks, bankers and trust companies 2,100.01 other than included in Items 13, 14 and 15 Checks on other banks in the same city or town as report4,030.95 ing bank (other than Item 17) Total of Items 11, 15, 10, 17 and 18, $110,034.21 Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank and other cash items 288.28 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. 5,000.00 Treasurer Interest earned but not collected approximate on Notes 283.51 and Bills Receivable not past due War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps actually own2 . man won the Sensorial but later nomination in Wisconsin, reports show that Lenroot, straight republic, nn, has a small majority, but to elect him or a loya man, it Is said that either Lenroot or Dawill vis, the democratic nominee, have to wtihdraw, and steps ire being taken to that end. The German in element seems to predominote Wisconsin and many hold allegiance to the Kaiser, while enjoyirg the privileges of this country. Tint such a thing can be possible is a dscredit and a dishonor to the State, which ought to be wiped out with the blood of the offenders. in-or- It was at first sent out that M cRoherts, Bailey & Rupley "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY The Republicans of the Eleventh district having on his appeal kept Caleb Powers in congress as "long as the Democrats kept him in jail," he now comes forward with another plea for continuance in the office he disgraces and at the same time renders it an absolute drawback on his constituents. He wants now to bo continued in office as long as as a single one of the Kentucky Democratic delegation that "insulted him and therefore his constituents by refusing to be sworn in with him, is returned to Congress." It won't work, however. Judge Robsion is telling the people the truth about the utter futility in keeping such a man in Congress, who has done nothing while there and can do nothing because he is entirely without influence and is regarded with suspicion and loathing.Usually all republicans look alike to us and one is as 'jood to represent the party as another, but in this instance the contrast between the judge and the pardoned -- v STANFORD, KY. In ordering his I. J. changed to Springfield, Mo., Sam Tartar writes: "Don't fail to send me every copy of the paper. It is better than a letter from home." Numerous republican nondescripts and small bores have been '"'men's, tioned" for Ollie James' seat in the United States Senate, whose names ought not to be thought of the same month in the year that suclan exulted position is, but it was reserved for the bunch of republicans in the lately adjourned Kentucky Senate to perpetuate the biggest joke cf them all. They actually endorsed Hiram Brock, a member of the body from Harlan county, and said Tie was of the proper calibre to sit ir. the sents of the mighty. It is enough to make a dog laugh at the paucity of material in the g. o. p. Times mentions The Louisville Senator Harlan, of Danville, and Senator Smith, of Harrodsburg. for Congress. Good men, both of them, but there is about as much show of either of them defeating Congressman Haryev Helm as a snow ball has to retain its shape in the plutonian regions nnd they know it quite as I are known to have taken silver spoons as souvenirs, but a man in Louisville capped the climax the other night by trying to get off with four pairs of fine blankets, tho nropcrty of the Old Inn, but he wns when he explained that he was only taking them as souvenirs. He will have to tell it to the judge, who will likely take little stock in such a plea. appre-hended, 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS Efforts to get Americans, stranded Orr 3 Million JLoaned Through in Finland, out of that country, have This Office faileJ. The envoy sent to Gen. White Guard leader, by Minister Morris at Stockholm, has been sent back empty handed. Gen Mannerheim refuses in any way to INSURANCE retreat with the Red Guard. In the BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE meanwhile the German forces menCheapiida & Short ace the Americans. Lexington, Ky. Man-nerhei- W. KING & SON No. 2788 entertain the hope that the people of the Eleventh will accept the opportunity to have a gentleman represent them nt Washington and give Judge Robsion a majority thut will put an end to pretenders. The senate took a fall out of Food Administrator Hoover and Fuel Administrator Garfield, both of whom were charged with exceeding their authority, the former in fixing farm product prices against the interests of the farmers and the latter in his order for coalless days, which were practically lockouts on industries. One senator charged that Garfield had prevaricated on the great results of his hentless days, knowingly, when he said they had released 480 ships from American ports, when the fact is that 50 less ships sailed the week he spoke of than normally. We do not take very much stock in these two officials ourselves and hope that congressional action will indicate to them that they are not the supremo authority of the country. Caleb Powers is so great that we well as we do. ed 790.82 Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund $5,790.57 Undivided profits 2,103.80 Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid Interest and discount collected or credited, in advance of maturity and not earned (approximate) Amount reserved for taxes accrued Amount reserved for all interest accrued Circulating notes outstanding Net amounts due to National Banks Net amount duo to banks and bankers and trust companies (other than included in Items 31 and 322 Individual deposits subject to check Deposits requiring notice but less than 30 days Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed).... Postal savings deposits Total of time deposits subject to reserve, Items 42, 43, 41, and 45, $58,043.27. Liabilities other than those above stated, to bal. Item 21, Resources $800,073.01 $100,000.00 50,100.00 3.02G.77 2,901.41 3,030.98 2,000.00 98,800.00 157.48 8.05 471,982.78 15,738.70 57.3G0.04 083.23 283.51 Total $800,073.01 of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: State d bank do solemnly swear I, W. M. Bright, Cashier of the that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier Correct Attest: Subscribed and sworn to before W. II. SHANKS, me this 13th day of Mar. 1918 above-name- W. W. SAUNDERS Commission Notary Public expires Feb. 7, 1920. E. C. WALTON, R. L. HUBBLE, Directors This is an age of wonders. An old saying has it that few ofliccrs die and none resign, but here are Bob Ford as U. S. Marshal and Percy Halev as collector of internnl revenue at Lexington. The job must have been too confining for Percy. Ho wants to be free to pull wires and form combinations without being clmrged with pernicious political activity. "Here's your Richmond Dally Register; all about the war." was heard on the streets here at 7 o'clock last evening. Next thing you hear Shelton newsM. Saufley, the best paper man in Kentucky, will have his splendid daily publication sold on the streets of New York and Chicaenough to sell any go. It's good where. Madison county people, emulating the splendid example of their Lincoln county cousins, are getting interested in better roads nnd are agreeing to furnish teams and otherwiso co operate with County Road Engineer J. U. unxter. iiooa old Lincoln sets pace for most of 'em. Ed Morrow is a fino fellow and n very sensible one as well. Ho has declined to make the race for U. S. Senator against Senator Ollie M. James, knowing full well the futility of anybody in either party running against next to the biggest man at Washington. all-'roum at close of business Mar. 4, 191S RESOURCES Loans and discounts (except thoso shown in b and c) $267,251.14 Overdrafts, secured 24.0( U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) $50,000.00 U. S. Bonds and certificates of indebtedness owned and unpledged 28,000.00 78,000.00 Liberty Loan Bonds, 3 2 per ct. and 4 per ct. unpledged 35,100.00 Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged ..... 39,085.02 Stocks, other than Federal Reserve Bank Stock 2,195.00 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per ct. of subscription) 2.500.0O Value of banking house 4,000.00 Furniture and fixtures 2,800.00 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 25,500.00 Cash in vault and net amounts duo from national banks.... 83,112.14 Checks on other banks in the same city or town of reporting bank (other than Item 17) 7,841.81 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer 2,500.00 War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps actually owned 222.70 1-- THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Stanford, in Kentucky, At the State of Federal Reserve Dist. No. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF 4. Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits $7,409.93 Les3 current expenses, interest and taxes paid.... 1,040.77 Circulating notes outstanding , Individual deposits subject to check Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other than for money borrowed) Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed).... Other time deposits $551,332.47 50,000.00 33,000.00 330,541.30" thers have taken in $750,000 in the Inst seven years from hat checking in hotels and restaurants. They paid the house a big rental for the privilege and hired girls for small pay to do the checking and made a clear profit of $17,000 each year. Tho hotels ought not to permit their patrons to be robbed for a useless gratuity and guests should not submit to tho hold up. It is only because the average man is too big a coward to refuse to be bled that tips have come to bo almost a matter of course, with no service, worth tho name unless you pony up. ii... m It was brought out in a law suit in New York last week that two bro- 49,700.00 7,310.00 10,378.13 G4.G33.82 5.7G9.10 Dishonest persons often take soap from their rooms nt hotels and some .. Total $551,332.47 Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: State of I, C. Hays Foster, Cashier of tho d bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. C. HAYS FOSTER, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before Correct Attest: me this 15 th day of Mar. 1918 C. R. COLEMAN, W. M. BRIGHT, JJ S. IIOCKER, Notary Public S. T. HARRIS, Commissions expires Jan. 11, 1920. Directors above-name- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, rn! CONDENSED Tuesday, March 26, 1918 A lady's pocket book. FOUND Pay 28c for this notice and get it at the I. J. office; It FOR RENT The T. C. Ball store" room and rooming house I now occupy, until .Inn. 1st Nine rooms fit house, which hns bath and other conveniences. Will nlso sell my stock of groceries at cost Jns. Shifllett, Stnn- STATEMENT OF "Sit 'Gits-I- t' Pitt The First National Bank STANFORD, KY. AS MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER, MARCH 4, 1918 RESOURCES Off This Corn." Leaves Tho Toe as Smooth as tho Palm of Your Hand. Tho corn never crow that "Octs-It- " will not set. It ncvor Irrltutca tho flesh, nover makes your too soro. and Just two drops of ''aeta-It- " vanishes. the Srcstol you can peel tho corn riant corn-pai- n Overdrafts Loans and Discounts U. S. Bonds $ Second Liberty Loan War Savings Stamps U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness First Liberty Loan 50,000.00 2,150.00 32,950.00 222.70 28,000.00 $267,251.14 24.06 K n3 m .i&hA WlkkkV Other Stocks and Bonds Total Real Estate and Fixtures Cash and Due from Banks LIABILITIES 113,322.70 44,380.62 7,400.00 118,953.95 $551,332.47 It's Wonderful toSeo"CeU.It"PeeloffCorn.! off with your flnRcr anil thcro you nro pnin-fre- o and Iiappy, with tho corn-trc- o Capital Stock Surplus Undivided Profits (Net) Circulation Deposits Total PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mr. H. R. Snuflcy is at Richmond this week collecting income tax. Mrs. John Graves, of Irvine, has been the guest of Mrs. TV. M. Bright, ter. Mrs. George T. Wood is spending the day with her parents .at LancasMr. man. G. B. Cooper is considered slightly better, but is yet a very sick Mesdamcs W. II. Brady and Logan McCall spent Sunday with friends at Mr. B. K. Ball, of the Waynesburg section, spent several days with his son. John Ball. Mrs. C. N. Wilder, of Cincinnati, spent esveral days with her husband at Hustonville. Mrs. John Blain, of Hustonville, is the guest of her attractive daughter, Miss Susan Blain, in Lexington W. B. Turley, "Brother," was down from Richmond this morning with Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bruce. Mrs. Walker Guynn and handsome sons, William Eldridgc and James Denton Guvnn, of Upner Garrard, were with Mrs. W. S. Fish. Mrs. J. Randolph Harris, of Lancaster, spent Monday night with her mother, Mrs. W. S. Grinstead. She v has been quite suck but had recoved to make the trip. Mr. and Mrs. James Yowell. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Coffey. Miss Lydia Weddle. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dunn and D. W. Dunn, of Hutonville, were here Friday evening to hear Gov. Stanley. Rowland Roberts, of Waxahatchie, Texas, spent Saturday and Sunday with his uncle and aunt, Mr. J. Warren Hocker and Miss Jennie Hooker. He is a student at the Marysvillc, Tenn., college. Mrs. J. T. Vallandingham, of is the guest of her neice, Mrs. S. L. Stephenson at Maywood. Mrs. Stephenson and little son, will accompany Mrs. Vallandingham on her return home. TTnrrv W. Mills, of Mt. Sterlinir. a nephew of Mrs. Charles H. Carter, of this city, has been given a position in the Adjutant. General's office at Washington. Young Mills is a Linotype operator and is a fine youncr man. He has frequently visited his relatives here. Miss Jennie Newland, who has taught the third grade of the Stanford Graded and High School for many years, has been given a leave of absence bv the superintendent and trustees. She has not been in the best of health for some time ann needs a rest of several weeks. Miss Mattie Paxton is teaching in her stead. Mr. Kelly J. Francis, will, beginning in the morning, have charge of the county clerk's office, Mr. George B. Cooper, being detained at his home by illness. He will be assisted bv Mrs. John Owsley Reid. That Mr. Francis will fill the bill admirably none who know the clever gentleman will doubt. suffici-entlCar-rollto- n. Marctburg. Our TACKLE the TACKLE TACKLE is BIG ONES Do not fail to inspect our large assortment of Reel Poles, Reels, Lines and Artificial Bait. :::::: The Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Prop. Stanford, Ky. Phone No. 2 as your toe as smooth and Is tho only safo palm. "Geta-lt- " way In tho world to treat a corn or callus. It's tho sure way tho way and that never falls. It Is tried year. truo It used by millions every "Gets-It- " always works. malts cutting: and dlKBlnp at a corn and fuss-sIn- u with banduKcs, salves or anything else entirely unnecessary. $551,332.47 "Gets-It- " Is sold by all drupEists fvou need pay no more than 2B ernts), or It will bo sent direct by 13. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. Sold in Stanford and recommend J. H. Woner was in Louisville ed as the world's best corn remedy Monday. Mrs. J. W. Accy is visiting her by The Penny Drug Store. mother in Lancaster. LOCAL COUNCIL NATIONAL John L. Forsythe is assisting in DEFENCE ORGANIZED The Penny Drug Store. Notwithstanding the rainy dnv. Mayor A. B. Florence went to there was a good crowd of women Winchester this morning. present to hear Mrs. Helm Bruce and Miss Birdyo Price, of Lancaster, is Dr. Alice Pickett, of Louisville, who the guest of Mrs. T. A. Rice. came to Stanford in the interest of Clarence Moore and Ed Brady the Woman's Council of National Defence on Saturday. March 23rd. spent Sunday at Mt. Vernon. Mrs. J. C. Hays has been confined The introduction was made by Mrs. J. B. Paxton, who told of the eager to her room for several days. ol the women all over Ap Price, desire States to do something the Mesdamcs Ed Price and United to of Lancaster, were here Friday. help win the war. Almost as soon as Miss Mae Phelps, of Richmond, is war was declared the authorities at Washington were besieged by wom the guest of Mrs. R. C. Hocker. Miss Elizabeth Anderson spent en from the North, East, South and Sunday and Monday at Lancaster. West, all asking as with a sinirle Mrs. W. K. Warner spent Mon- voice, "What can we do to heln?" day with her parents near Lancas- This store of energy was used by the ter. Council of National Uetence, formMr. A. H. Severance was in ing a Woman's Committee to serve Monday with his son, Heath the Government. Mrs. Helm Bruce, who is chairman of the Kentucky DiSeverance. Miss Eva Rankin will have for her vision, in a most pleasing manner week-en- d guest, Miss Gussic Rankin, told something of the Council of Na of Burnside. tional Defence, created by an act of Capt. John N. Menefee, of Camp Congress, and appointed in August Zachary Tavlor, was here Sunday 1916. It is composed of the Secretawith homefolks. ries of War, "Navy, Interior, and AgMrs. Alice Pickett, of Shelbyvillc, riculture and Commerce. When the is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. women expressed such a desire to Wm. Severance. serve the government, the most Mrs. Mary Tenny has been confin prominent women of America were ed to her bed for several days on ac summoned to come to Washington count of .illness. and the Woman's Committee of the Mrs. Frank Phillips is in Lancaster Council of National Defence was apwith her mother, Mrs. Emma Daniels pointed by the Council of National and other relatives. Defence in April 1917. It is made Mr. and Mrs. John Renfro have up principally of the Presidents of room with Mrs. W. G. Withers all other taken organizations, including at the college building. Colonial Dames, Woman's Clubs, U. - D. C.,'s Missionary Societies, etc. Prof. M. L. Caneer and J. L. BeazIcy accompanied Rev II. J. Brazel Women who have always been promton to Lancaster Sundav inent in club and philanthropic work Mrs. Julia Hughes left Monday to The object of this committee was not visit her daughter. Mrs. Ernest T so much to form new branches of Carter, at Evansville, Ind. work, but to tho work Miss Sarah L. Lunsford has been already started and report it to the the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mau government. The idea is to reach all rice Dauchertv at Danville. women and enlist them for service. Miss Maud Stone, who has been It is not to supplant working bodies the guest of her sister. Mrs. Julian already organized, but to link such Tarkington, has returned homo. together and report to the governMrs. Lindsay Rankin and Miss ment. There are ten departments of Eva Kankm were among those from work, but all do not have to be rephere, who were in Danville last week resented in local societies. Thorn are end. Registration, Food Production, Home Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Allen and Economics, Child Labor, etc. A local family, of Miilersburg, were guests society was organized here with Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Woods, Sun C. E. Tate as chairman, Mrs. J. S. dav. Rice as corresponding secretary and Mrs. J. W. Baughman is spend- Mrs. H. J. McRoberts as treasurer. ing several davs in Louisville with The next speaker was Dr. Alice M. Mrs. Newman Birk, and other rela Pickett, of Louisville, sister of Mrs. n tives. Wm. Severance and Mr. Wallace Walter has returned here. She was introduced by Mrs. from Kings Mountain, were he has Paxton and spoke on wholesome recbeen with his brother, Mr. G. A. reations for homeless city girls. She Walter. is much interested in this work and Messrs. J. A. Beazley, L. G. Da- is endeavoring to enlist the sympathy vidson and R. B. Wilkinson, of Lan of people in their behalf. She advises caster, accompanied Rev. Moorman poor girls at this time to remain in Sunday. the country and shun tho city as a Mrs. L. E. Carpenter and son. place for employment. Tho women of Jack Carpenter, of Philadelphia, Pa., btanford are greatly indented to are the guests of ner parents, Mr, both of these speakers for their inand Mrs. John N. Menefee. terest and instruction. W. P. Newell, of Moreland, sends a check for S3 for his I. J. to Jan. 1 , IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES 1020, and says: "We just can't do Mrs. James P. Dawson, who was without the old reliable Interior Miss Lilla Messick, of Danville, is Journal." dead. Mrs. J. R. Beazley and little son aged 35, is dead James Wray Beazley, of Newport nt Robert 0. Snann, a son of R. W. Somerset. He was New, Va., are in this citv for a week Spann. or so. They are at the Hunn board William S. Lawwill has been rein" house. Mr. and Mrs. Brcn Altsheler and appointed Federal commissioner at ibv. of Louisville, were here Sun Danville. day, the guests of Mrs. AltMioler's Mrs. Fannie Nield, wife of John sister. Mrs. Robert Benton Woods, Nield, is dead in Danville after a protracted illness. and Mr. Woods. Mr. Edwin Cooper nrrived from Samuel P. McWillinms. aged 50, Litchfield. 111., Saturday nicht to be died at the Somerset hospital, followwith his father, Mr. George B. Coop ing an operation for nppendicits. er, who continues ill. He is accom Mrs. Charles S. Blanks, daughter panied by his wife. Messrs. J. H. and W. R. Hocker. of W. S. Scott, of Garrard, is dead of Kansas City, will arrive Thursday after n year's illness of tuberculosis. is dead at tho Conway Dozier to spend a tew tlavs with their mother. Mrs. Peggy Anne Hocker, and home of his sister, Mrs. Calvin Bur-ginear White Hall, Madison counbrother. Mr. J. a. Hocker. Mesdames W. M. Myers, Nannie ty. Harper and Minnie Robinson and Evnn Bourne, son of II. II. Bourne, Miss Kate Warriner. of Hustonville. of tho Shelby Citv section, has been were in the citv with friends this promoted from Ensign to Lieutenweek. Danville Messencrer. ant. Mrs. M. A. Phelps, who has snent At R. E. Benedict's sale of workthe winter with tho faml v of John horses and mules at Junction City Fox at Dawson, Ga., has returned Saturday afternoon 22 sold at ?C7.50 ana is the guest of her daughter, to $1G5. Mrs. R. C. Hocker. Mr. D. Mack John Dunngan sold 25 acres of Phelps, of Madison county, was down land near Scienco Hill, Pulaski county, to R. B. Council, of Tennessee, to see ner Saturday. for $2,200. Silas H. Cundiff. formerly of PuMrs. Lucy A. Reynold, tho aged laski, died nt McKinnoy, Texas, ag- mother of W. A. Reynolds, of Junced 73. Tho body was brought to the tion City is ill. Sho will be 90 her old home for burial. next birthday. Cora Francis and Miss Leln Smith, Capt. J. P. Fidler, a vertoran of each Ii3 years old. were joined heart the Union army nnd a prominent and hand on tho 23rd. Both arc from farmer of the Bradfordsvillo section, is dead, aged 74. the Kings Mountain section. rg te well-known, $ 50,000.00 33,000.00 5,769.16 49,700.00 412,863.31 Mrs. Nannie Niekirk is dead at MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 nnd Somerset, She is survived by two up on improved farm lands in Linsons and three daughters. coln county. Five per cent. Rufc 19-Somerset, Ky. Capt. T. R. Griflln nnd Charles Snyder, of Somerset, who have been LOOK About the first of Juno I in the sen-icof the Southern Rail- will have a new bungalow ready for way, formerly Q. & C for 11 years you. B. L. Fagalcy, Stnnford, Ky. each, have been presented with gold medn's by the company. SEED CORN I have for sale James Simpson, of Gnrrard counseed corn, ty, recently indicted in the Fedcrnl good germination bothperyellow and 98 cent. test. court nt Frnnkfort, gave bond and white, f was released. He is rhnrged with E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford. new Avery SALE Two FOR sajing that "Woodrow Wilson .should have a stone around hi neck and sulky plows, all steel, guaranteed to do good work under difficult be put into the sea." lp J. 0. Newland, Stanford. WITH THE CHURCHES. lfiO bales of clover FOR SALE also lf tons Eld J. G. Livingston will preach at hay, strictly Mt Zion next Sunday morning nt 1 of corn silage. Sec me at once. J. Frank Smith, Stnnford, Ky. o'clock. NOTICE Money saved is money The members of the Clifton Evangelical church, at a congregatlonnl made. That is what you can do by meeting last night by an almost seeing us before buying a cream sepunanimous vote, decided to stand by arator. Can deliver on short notice. n new constitution adopted nearly J. S. Mobley & Son, McKinncy. Ky. one year ngo and withdrew from the German Evnngclical Synod of North FOR RENT My house and lot on America. This is the second Louis- Lancaster street. Good garden. ImSee Hughes & ville church to sever its connection mediate possession. McCarty, Stanford, Ky., or write me. with the synod. The ladies of the Christian church J. G. McBee, M01 (5th St. Northnrc observing their annual week of west. Washington. D. C. prayer in the lecture room of the As-hur8t 25-t- condi-tion- s. first-clas- s, 1 24-2- p ford. 23 t SEED CORN FOR SALE fiOO bushels nice Tennessee corn thRt tested from 95 to 100 per cent. Price J5 per bushel plus sacks. This corn hns been thoroughly tested and absolutely all right C. T. Bohon, 24-- tf Jl. F. D. No.l. FOR" RENT House "with four rooms, water and waste pipes in kitchen; barn with two stalls and gaHnr-rodsbu- rage. Poultry yard and large gardon and ynrd. Possession given in two weeks. The house I occupy on street. Apply to .Airs. L. M. Lan-casw- sr 21-8p- T Goodknteht. Sl'P ALL persons having claims against the estate of Mrs. Lueindn E. Warren, deceased, will present them properly proven to me nt once for payment. Those owing the estate will please come forward and settle. R. M. Newland, administrator of Mr tinnda E Warren, deceased. 1 church. Mrs. H. J. Hrnzclton is lea( ing the meeting today. The foliov mg are lenders for the remainder the week: Wednesday. Mrs. II. Phillips; Thursday, Mm. Win. Scver-nn; Friday, Mrs. C. E. Tate; Saturday Mrs. R. T. Bruce; Each afternoon Rev. Hrnzclton will makn a brief talk on the women of the New c. Testament. THEY HAD AUTO TROUBLES j Editor Edgar S. Albright, f Mt Vernon, and . M. Hiatt. cashier of the Citizens Brnk of Brodhead, came prowling into Stanford about 2 1 clock this morning, having had auto-- i mobile troubles on their wny from Cincinnati, where each of them bjught a Huick touring car. Near G ?orgetown the inner workings of o e of the cars got wrong and from tl ere to NieholaMville they had to go a a snail's gait. At that point they le't the car, however, and it was far in :o the wee sma' hours when they si uck Stnnford. whore thev snent trs night. If the gentlemen had come' to Stanford and bounht the cars from Will Hays they would have avoided all the useless trouble they experienced. They'll do it next time. o'-- Tho coming of tho sunbeam tho new baby should bo a happy tlmo for the expectant mother. Sho should help naturo by tho dally uso of tho safe, penetrating external preparation, "Mother's Friend '. By Its regular uso tho breasts arc Kept In good condition, tho tendency to morning slckncs3 is avoided. Tho abdominal mus clcs relax without strain when laby 13 --- - . born nnd tho crisis Is naturally onu oi Icsj pain nr.d danger. To ncrrlcct tho uso of 'M .the- -' Friend" fjr a slnglo nlcht Is a n.IUk. Send or phono to tho druggist for a bot. tlo today and writo for valuable fre book, "Motherhood and tho Uaby". Ad. dress Tho liradlleld Regulator Co., Dept K, S99 Lamar Building, Atlanta, Co. --------"..i .hii---.- .. ' When You Are In Town Drop In and See the Masterphone and hear it play. It is the greatest of its kind on the market. Listen to its sweet tone. Sold by 4 The Lincoln Pharmacy The Phone No. 27 Another Lot of FITZ-ALL E3 $100 Reward, $100 The readers or this paper will be p'eased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has bsen able to cure In all Its stages and ttat Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and alts thru tho niood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sj'st'tn thereby destroying tie foundation of the disease, giving the pjitlent strength by building up the con ufmiKi" stitution ar.u ns( 'ing naiure in .o rmicn work. The proprietors nave filth In the cuntlvo powers of Hall' oner un. itarrh ?Iellclne that tnev that It f.ilb undred jiollara for any ense cure. Sfiid for llr or testimonials. rt.irPBs r. J. CHKTT & CO.. Toledo 75c. ;Vto. Sold by all Dru-n- t. CENT-A-WOR- D Vaa!rijur.rn Stare Stanford, Ky. COLLARS RECEIVED TODAY i bushels JFOR SALE 30 oF hlnp seed. Lincoln Wells, Yosemite. Kj 21-- tf (Ads here are 1 font a word hnu wvli order: no nil lcs " acli 2.1- 40 lnti, enchiui ADS cn-l- One collar will fit four horses. Those who bought them are pleased. Try one. W. Ho Tri-Sta- te Higgins, Stanford Cottage FOR SALE OR RENT. Mrs. Woodie ot East Main street. .22-- 1 IMe. FOUND Pair of lady's low cut slues. Pay 25c for this notice and get them. FOR SALE 28 nice cattle, good J. M. Cress. quality and high-clas23-- tf Plone 3G01. Danville. I'OR SALE 150 bales of timothy Scott Bros., K. F. U. No. i. hford, Phone 5012. OR SALE Cooking stove. Scc- but in good condition. Wl Q. Walker, Stanford. FOR SALE Pure Plymouth Rock eggs. ?1 for 15. Mrs. J. Nevin Carter. 24tf Stanford, R. F. D. No. 5. V ANTED to buy cane seed. Must betn clean, red top or early amber. 25tf E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford. FOUND Auto license tag, No. 22.'i02. Owner can get same by call-in- s' s. onl-hand- :srazzagggBBTOa2!X;iv Batter Co. Has The Helped the Farm Woman one of our patrons gave us permission to print: Gentlemen: There has never been anything gotten up that has BUTTER CO. helped 'he FARM WOMAN like THE We used to churn and sell our butter, but with your help, we do not have to do that now. I can't help but sing praise for you. We have no store bill to pay now. We always have a little money. I have sent you several shippers and have never heard anyone say but what they were well satisfied. We will have six cows soon. We are raising a bunch of pigs on the separator milk and also have four calves. Long may your Company Stand! BEATRICE WELLER TRY SELLING YOUR CREAM TO Read the message TRI-STAT- E FARMER FRIEND Let mo talk to you about a Papec Silo filler they advance. W. P. Kincaid. tf SEED CORN of the 1910 crop at $3 per bushel in tho ear at the crib or $3.50 shelled. J. N. Green, High 25-l- p land. Ky. JitJMsoJTice. and paying for ad. be-fc- ro The i Tri-Stat- e Butter CINCINNATI, OHIO Co. United States Food Administration License, No. Easter! Easter! Easter! Easter will soon be here and we have what you will want to appear in Hats for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children in the newest shapes and shades Ladies' Dresses of all materials and in the latest colors Ladies' Waists in Crepe de Chene and Georgette Crepe Just received a big shipment of Druggets and Mattings and will sell them at a very low price. Now is the time to buy before doing your spring cleaning Shoes for Men, Women and Children, in both high and low shoes ies' offer a special bargain for Friday FRIDAY'S SPECIAL-- We House Dresses at 98c only-Lad- The Bargain Store Salem & Salem Stanford, Ky. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, March 26, 1918 keeping pace with thoso of the former year. Germany is preparing for pence, but she has not Quit arming for war. The war has been a fruitful source of speculation, and now that plans for the future nre being made watered stock is generally winked nt. A Land For Sale 146 Acres of Knob Land known as the Alexander tract. Situated on waters of Green River, two miles east of Ky. Will H. Campbell lives near this tract of land and will show you boundaMc-Kinne- y, ry. 35 acres of this land was cleared several years ago and cultivated one season. W. B. McKINNEY STANFORD, KY. Agent for Heirs J. A. Givens, Deceased No. 2917 Federal Reserve Dist. No. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF 4 THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE At Hustonville, m Uie State of Kentucky, at close of business Mar. 4, 1918 $144,570.07 148.99 RESOURCES Loans and discounts (except those shown in b and c) Overdrafts, secured, $130.48; unsecured, $12.50 U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation $50,000.00 (par value) U. S. Honds and certificates of indebtedness 35,000.00 owned and unpledged per ct. and 4 per ct. unpledged Liberty Loan Ronds, 3 Securities other than U. S. Bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per ct. of subscription Value of banking house 1- 85,000.00 18,700.00 Furniture and fixtures Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks Total of Items 14, 15. 16, 17, and 18, $98,577.28 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid Surplus fund in 500.00 18,138.40 98,577.28 5,400.00 2,250.00 2,000.00 2,500.00 $377,784.74 $ 50,000.00 Undivided profits $8,958.50 Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid.... 588.87 24,000.00 50,000.00 170.41 Circulating notes outstanding Net amount due to National Banks Individual deposits subject to chock Total demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve, Items 34, .35, 30, 37, 38, 39, 40 and 41, $245,244.64. 8,309.69 245,244.64 Total $377,784.74 State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: d bank do solemnly swear l ' Hocor Cashier of the that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, J- H. HOCKER, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before II Correct Attest: ' me this 15th day of Mar. 1918 EDW. ALCORN. J. W. IIOSKINS, T. L. CARPENTER, Notary Public J. D. DEPP. IIy commission expires Feb. 10, '20 !j Directors ,' above-name- - I niuht thnt the amount of the Third ALL CHILDREN LOVE Liberty Loan would be three billion "SYRUP OF FIGS" FOR dollnrs, at 4 2 per cent., nnd that LIVER AND BOWELS all would be accepted. A fireman named Boyd, nnd Pearl Give It When Feverish, Crois, Bilious For Bad Breath Or Sour Thomnson, a brnkeman, were killed Stomach near Louisa when a C. & O. freight train was wrecked. A tree had slipLook at the tongue, Mother! If ped on the track and the engine and coated, it is a sure sign that your litseveral cars turned over. Federal Judire Lamlls denied tle one's stomach, liver nnd bowels the plea of I. W. V. leaders for the need a gentle, thorough cleansing at return of papers seized bv Federal once. When peevish, cross, listless, pale, agents. At the same time Judge Lan-di- s ordered the trial of the 16G in- doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act natudicted I. W. W. leaders set for rally, or is feverish, stomach sour, breath bad; has stomach-ache- , sore April 1. precedents, the Turk- throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give Breakintr all ish War Ministry is organizing a bat- a teaspoonful of "Caljfornia Syrup of talion of young Turkish women to Figs," nnd in a few hours all the perform war work behind the lines. foul, constipated waste, undigested Stringent manures are prescribed to food nnd sour bile gently moves out nrevent the battalion from coming of of its little bowels without grip ing, an you nave a wen, playful into contact with the soldiers. A woman was ridden on a rail by child again. You needn't coax sick children to 500 members of the Loyalty League of West Frankfort, 111. During the take this harmless "fruit laxative;" (lemontration the woman was com- they love its delicious taste, and it pelled to wave the American flag always makes them feel splendid. Ask your druggist for a bottle of and shout praise for President Wilson. She is charged with making dis- ''California Syrun of Ficrs." which has directions for babies, children of loyal remarks. plainly Under a bill sent to the Senate all ages and for grown-up- s Military Committee the President on the bottle, lieware of counterwould be empowered during the waj feits sold here. To be sure you get to take over private property of an the genuine, ask to see that it is kind, with compenastion for the owj! made by "California Fig Syrup Comer, whenever deemed necessary fi"g pany." Refuse any other kind with It the national security or conduct ih contempt. ' the Government. The lower house of South Dakot PUBLIC Legislature passed a bill authorizin Having sold my farm, I will on the County Councils of Defense, undc and Juncdirection of the State Council, t premises on the Parksville Springs on register and conscript men for labo tion City pike near Alum SATURDAY, MARCH 30. 1918 on farms. The measure provides i. penalty of three months' imprison- sell to the highest bidder the followment and a $1,000 fine, for attempts ing personal property: Two work at evasion. The bill is particular! mules, two unbroke aimed at unemployed in cities who mules; four work horses, one Shetland pony, four fresh Jersey cows, refuse to accept farm work. The Wisconsin Loyalty Lesion, ir four yearling heifers; one Jersey a resolution adopted, called on thr bull; five sows and pigs; 26 hogs; one boar; 200 barrels people of the State to elect only met of outstanding Americanism. It was picked corn; 40 thoroughbred brown suggested that Lenroot, Republican L.egnorn hens; three roosters; two candidate, or Davies, Democrat! cultivators, one binder, one mowing withdraw from the race to insurj machine, one rake, one wheat drill, the defeat of Victor Berger. This' one corn sheller, one wheat fan, two wagons, one pheaton, two however, was not incorporated ii the resolution. Pacifists and Social turning plows; household and kitchists were branded as trying to lea en furniture, a lot of antique furniAmerica into the same disaster s ture, small spinning wheel, distaff and flax on it. Numerous other artithat suffered by Russia. cles not mentioned. Terms made known on day of sale. NO INDIGESTION, GAS, Sale begins at 10 a. m. OR STOMACH MISERY W. B. McDONALD. IN FIVE MINUTES Capt. T. D. English, auctioneer. "Pape's Diapepsin" For Sour, Acij I Stomach, Heartburn, ' Dyspepsia E. II. Wise, of Shelby county, sold a pair of mules for $750. J. L. Hutchins hns bought the following live stock: From E. C. Wild hogs at 1G liams, 12 a pound; Miller Lee, 10 hogs at 1G 4 c a pound; Bob Bedel ow, 3 d hogs at 1G a d Gren T. Willis. neoA fiO. fell from pound nnd 2u. urown, cows at Gc a d the roof of his home in Nicholas pound; i. a pound; ' hogs at lGc D. C. Tucker, county and sustained injuries from 2 cows nt Gc a pound; A. A. Anheir, which he died. British nviators have bombed the 8 Evans 1 nogs at 14c a pound; it. d hog at 14c; J. railway stations at Cologne nnd have G. steer at 8c dropped explosives in various other A. Davis, 1 d and Oscar Burchett, 4 important cities in Germany. Secretary McAdoo announced last hogs at 17C Danville Advocate. THE COUNTRY OVER Henry Rice, aged 16, was killed by lightning while plowing in Scott county. As result of n stroke of paralysis Gus Luigart, an extensive properly owner and capitalist, is dond at Lexington. DOINGS 130-poun- l-- 2c 180-pou- 3-- 130-poun- l-- 2c 750-poun- A financial boom is sweeping over Germany, according to Cyril Brown, who is writing for the Courier-Journawho has studied economic conditions in the kingdom of the Kaiser. In 1917 all records in new stock emissions, flotation of new corporations and all limited companies were broken, nnd in 1018 conditions nre l, Jiuu-poun- SXSXXXXSXXXXXXXXXXXXX 8 -I auu-pou- 400-poun- 750-pou- Milk . 250-poun- tows At Auction 1 will sell at public auction at Nunnelley's Stock Pens in Stanford, at :30 P. M. County Court Day four years old except one, which is an aged cow. All are choicely bred Jerseys, two of them registered. They are all sired by grandsons of Derry's Golden Jolly and Oxford Lad, both $10,000 bulls. This will be your opportunity to get a good cow. Monday, April 8th Six fresh milk cows. They are all three and J. B. Camenisch, Stanford XXXXXXSttttttttCXSXXXXSXXXXXXX Seed Corn Per Bushel $ej.OO B. Shipping Point JF. O. -Sacks 50c Additional SALE Don't Plant Corn from Your Crib This Year Without Germination Test Germination tests made by your Experiment Station show that the corn grown in your county last year will not do to plant. And it is your duty this year to plant corn that you know will germinate 90 and better. Tests made by County Agents show a few thousand bushels that germinate about 90 . Standard Varieties, maturing 90 to 110 days. Send cash with order. Address two-year-o- ld 150-pou- nd two-hor- se Western Kentucky Board of Agriculture PADUCAH, KY. Reference: City National Bank, Paducah, Ky. WESTERN KENTUCKY BOARD OF AGRICULTURE IS WORKING PATRIOTICALLY, WITHOUT COMPENSATION Dtmlap Shoes for Spring Nifty styles for the young men ; easy lasts for older men. $6.00 $6.50 $7.00 KENTUCKY I 1 fetf E3J W. E. PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD, TRAIN TO FILL GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS POSITIONS SCHOOL. SPENCEREAN COMMERCIAL. KENTUCKY SPEED BUILDING (Kcrth ol the Poit OOln) LOUISVILLE, All young men and young women desirous of advancement should write for the Catalogue and Booklet of the hendache. Pane's Diapepsin is noted for its snued in sweetenincr urset stomach. It is the surest, ouickest and most certain stomach antacid in the who e world, and besides, it is harmless. Millions of men and women no v cat their favorite foods without fe r thev know Pape's Diapepsin will sa'o them from such misery. Please, for your sake, get a larne fifty-cecase of Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store and put your stomach right. Don't keen on bcinb miserable life is too short you are not here long, so make your stay agreeable. Eat what yon like and v it, without dread of acid fermentation in the stomach. Pape's Diapepsin belongs in your home anyway. Should ore of the family eat something which don't agree with them, or in case of an attack of indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or stomach derangement duo to fermentation nnd acidity, nt day time or during th" i'ght, it is hnrdv to ive the quickest, surest relief nt er.-io- Time it! In five minutes your sour, acid stomach feels fine. No indigestion, heratburn, or belching of ga. or oruetations of undieosted food. no dizziness, bloating, foul breath or PUBLIC SALE 1 Wednesday, March 27th 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 WORK MULES "? One aged pair; one pair coming matched; one mule; one horse mules, broke, good ones, are well mare mule, 16 hands high. the ' JACKS AND JENNETS Four Jacks, extra good ones, from one to four years old, two ready for service big bone, heavy bodied kind; two black aged Jennets fine breeders, one one yearling. 1 HORSES One combined saddle and harness mare; a good show mare; one one mare pony well broke. known. Pony Attention Men! Our Spring and LAND. STOCK AND CROP A. M. Pence bought of J. H. R'rowning a sow and six pigs for $G5. CATTLE select steers; three Shorthorn milk cows; two Jerseys; all to calve this spring, by good bulls; four weanling calves, extra good ones Twenty-six J. W. Williams bought of P. L. Reck 18 shoats averaging 80 pounds at 18c. J. T. Lester, of Boyle countv, sold to different patios a dozen horses at sioo to $nr.. R. L. Mitchell of Mitchellsburg. sold to Eugene TInrmon a bunch of d shorf "t 19c. On the closin" dny of the Danville 104-poun$2,-080. Twenty light hogs, good stock; two brood sows, ready to farrow Four turning plows; two cultivators; two grain drills; corn er; Dix cutter; hay tedder; binder; two mowing machines; crusher; manure spreadtwo of them new; three smoothing harrows; one alfalfa disc seeder, Disc harrows, one good as new; corn sheller; corn planter; one wagon; one 1 horse wagon; hay rake, and many other smaller tools too numerous to mention. se HOGS FARMINGTMPLEMENTS -- Summer styles are here and it is time for that new suit. tobacco markets Daniel Merriman, who raised the tobacco on M. J. Far-ri- s' farm, sold two baskets for II. H. Bourne of the Shelbv Citv section, sold to v p. Wooldridge, of Henry county, the farm of 100 acres ho bought last fall from A. Tribble. The place lies out on the Somerset pike near Saufley and the price was private. A fairly good crowd attended the sale of the effects of ficorgo A. nenr Hustonvillo Saturday morninir and cood prices were real ized. Corn brought $9.10 per barrel, one mare sold for $172 nnd another for $104. milk cow $75, sow nnd seven pigs $101. The place of 33 acres was rpnted to J. S. Barnes for $440 per year. A fairly good crowd attended the sale of the personal property of Mrs. Dove Garner in the East End Saturday and resonably good prices ruled. A Jersey cow brought $46, a red cow $50, a calf $34, mare $102.50, horse $60.50, aged mare $30, calt mare $25, cow $53. mule $127. $102.50, Eu-bnn- ks -old three-year-ol- HARNESS JnTseetfirdTbleaKrnSe,OW "" 8ets d ! We will be glad to show them to you. Every suit is for long wear. One family surrey; one runabout; two Frazier road carts About 50 bales of straw; about 50 bales of Millet hay; about 100 bales of ow. 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 VEHICLES PROVENDER Sam C. C. & 2 1-- Jennie Carpenter Dinner on the Groundi 2 Robinson d COL. JOHN B. Dinwiddle Auctioneer. Miles from Hustonville on the Bradfordsville Pike. ld two-year-o- ld