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No. 26 The Interior Journal The Interior Journal, Stanford, KendBky, Friday, March 29, 1918 EASTLAND A HUSTLER STANFORD SCHOOL HONOR ROLL FINE SALEj LARGE CROWD Grade 1 Susan Beck, Keith DunTiRPanvillc Messenger has this to The dissolution sale of C. C. and can, Homer Gooch, Florida Kennedy, say.' former Stanford man who is Mrs. Jennie Carpenter in the West Clarence Lunsford, Hubert Mathcny, End Wednesday was one of the very his company: "A. G. ast- - best held in this section in years. EvVirginia Painter, George Snufley, Artclia VonGruenigan, Shirley Wnl-li- lano, special agent oi the Mutual erything sold well, while farming imLif e "Jiwiirancc Co., of New York, is plements in some instances sold for Walter Wnlkcr. Grade 2 EfTlo R. Cancer, Bessie hnrn'inhthe Interest nf Ma i.ra.i) nn, more than they cost when new. For C. Fnrris, Martha Ann Fish, Frcida pany.fcDunng the Inst quarter of instnnco a piece of farm mnchincry Robinson, Dorothy S. Newland. Lil- lHKf'.AMr. cusuanti won a naiulsone bought n yenr ago for $37.50 sold silver-lovincup offered by th Mu- for $20 more thnn it cost. A pair of lian VonGrucnitran, Cal Lynn Novius Grndo 3 Dclbcrt Crawford, Win- tual. Lifo Field Club, and la Decem- second-hande- d blind bridles brought frey Duncnn, Florence Dcnham, ber won n gold medal offered by the $10. They were just the ordinary Edith Forsythc, Bornice Franklin, manager for the greatest per ?cnt, of substantial kind for work. 20 cattle Mario Kennedy, Louise Moore, Adam quoto for that month and a few d.iy rnnging in weight from 800 to 900 ago Mr. Eastland received a card pounds, sold at $71.00; pair of mules Walker. Grade 4 Lillie McCormach, Lu-ci- case from Mr. Geonre T. Dexter, of $440; fancy mule $240; other mules Dunn. Beatrice Cr.menisch, Delia New York, second sold at $120 to $175; pony $127; Mitchell, Lidn Belle Denham, Bettie statinf; he stood 20th in numb-- r of horses $70 to SI 00; the saddle mare Mnvme lives insured in January of this vear. ridden for years by Mr. Carpenter Davis, Josephine Bolden. Floyd, Charley Blnnkcnship, Chas. Ttlta RfXMlkq well fnr Mr l.. Hn..,1 was taken down at $150. She is 12 Masters, Lewis Mcrshon, Jnmcs Ma- when it is understood there are about or 14 yenrs old. A d sow, U n AAA nnnnta thcny. nlmost ready to farrow, brought $02, Grnde 5 Lillie Bnliou, Pearl Mas- Ho is nn old Dnnville boy, who went while another small sow with six litters, Effie W. McClary. Katherine to Louisville thirty years ago nnd we tle pigs sold for $101; Coi'n sold at Murphy, Eunice Pepples, Florence nrc glad to know ho is succeeding in $7.85, hnv nt $2.10 per bale. Col. Pcttus, Lcona Traylor, William his adopted home. Mr. Em land has John B. Dinwiddio was auctioneer James McCormack, Foster R. been representing this compniiy :n nnd Cashier J. W. Hoskins, of the Phillips. this section for twenty-seve- n years." Peoples Bnnk of Hustonville, acted Grnde 6 Vada Wallin. Mary L. as clerk. An immense crowd was Olgn Camenisch. Stone, Matilda Bell, J. W. ROCHESTER, DIRECTOR present. Grnde 7 Frances Tate. Nellie Mr; J. Welch Rochester, assistant Mitchell, Guy Wallin, Mabel Masters. cashier of the Lincoln County Na23 COLORED MEN LEAVE Grade 8 Marearet Pettus, Ade- tional Bank, has received Twenty-thre-e appointcolored men left on laide Proctor, Lelia Cook Ranov, Isa- ment as director of the War Savings the 2:28 train this afternoon for Marccry Ballou. Division of the U. S. treasury. The Camp Znchary Taylor, where thev bella Warren, Adolph Camenisch, Alleno Gooch, appointment was mnde by Secretary will train tor army service. At 10 Hutrh Davis. of Treasury W. G. McAdoo, nnd Mr. o'clock they marched from the courtFreshman Henry Baufrhman Ber- Rochester's credentials arrived this house through Main street to the coltha Blnnkcnship, Louise Waters, Lu-ci- lc morning. The office is quite nn im- ored Odd Fellows' hall, where interWaters. portant one but the young man's esting were held. The Smith, many friends know that he will speakers exercisesRev. A. L. Caulder, Gose Sophomore Vie were Nellie Davis, William Welburn, Mary prove equal to it. He will be pleased Rev. E. Coleman. Rev. Isaiah Smith, Pcttus. to explain the War Savings and Dr. W. D. Tardif and the old war Junior Hextcr Anderson. Enrle Thrift Stamp sales to any and all horse, George W. Gentry. Patriotic Sam Craig, Allie May who are not conversant with them. talks were made by them all and the Bautrhman, Cummins. Call on him at the bank. boys seemed ready and willing to go Rogers Powell, Senior Anna County Clerk G. B. Cooper is con- and fight for their country. A splenClarence Singleton. Thelma Frances, sidered better this morning, his did dinner was spread and the occasTilden Cooper. Allie R. Fish, Gene friends all over the county will be ion proved a very enjoyable one. The Wood, Elizabeth Carter. Marv Beck, glad to learn. He is yet a very sick men were in the best of spirits, all Frances Embry, Nancy K. McKinney, man, but it is hoped and believed seeming full of "pep" and fight. Anna V. Craig. that the crisis has passed. Miss Lucile Cooper arrived from Wilkinsburg, OPERA HOUSE WEDNESDAY MARRIAGES Pa., Thursday and Mr. James Coop, "Somewhere In France" and LinMiss Mary Pelly, of the Goose er, from Great Lakes, III., this coln Division Parade, Camp Taylor, Casey, was married morning to be with their father. Creek section of will be shown at the opera house this week to Than Taylor, of West Wednesday night next, 3rd. It is a Va. QUILTY CONSCIENCE regular 25 cents picture, but the Miss Elise Lee Alstott and Ivan NOT ALWAYS CAUSE management is going to show it at Moore, of Junction City, were marFOR SLEEPLESSNESS the regular prices 10 and 15c. ried at Danville by Dr. J. Q. A. McLook for your friends. See U. S. The old saying that it Is a guilty Navy actual fighting in France; big Dowell. Eld. Joseph Ballou said the words conscience that keeps us from sleep- guns in action; boys at Camp Taylor that united the hearts of Lewis Cur- , ing is not always true. Most times in training: the submarines; tha tis, acred 35. and Miss Eva Daugher-ty- it is due to our system being all clog- Zeppelins. Only picture of its klni.. 19, Thursday. The marriage oc- ged up with poisons, as is the case Don't fail to see it. The war of tocurred at the Ballou home on Dan- this time of year when we have been day. ourselves with heavy foods n stuffing ville avenue. The groom is a farmer and his bride is an ex- and our liver, kidneys and bowels are DIDN'T RESPOND LIBERALLY ceed inglv attractive young woman. all clogged up with impurities. This The Interior Journal Miss Virginia Givens. the attrac- condition effects our nervous system the people generally did regrets that not respond tive daughter of City Commissioner anatttre. therefore can't sleep. n. i .vrf A Tuesdays and Fridays BIG CROWDS HEAR LECTURE DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER "In the croat nlan of God n defl Miss Ida Hccht was acquitted at Louisville of the charge of murder- nito time has been nppointcd for every event in the scheme of redemping her father. Kentucky oil men will meet in nn tion. Some times God has seen best Important session at the Phoenix Ho-to- l, to reveal this definite time to man Lexington, at 2 P. M., Saturday, and some times ho has not," declared Mr. O. L. Dcnslow in his opening reApril Gth. The Federal Food Administration marks here Thursday night. The hull has ordered the State Food Direct- was well filled and the usual good ors to hold hearings of food law vio- attention was manifest by all. The lations open to both the public and subject of the hour was: "The Judgthe press in the belief that by turn- ment Hour Foretold." Continuing the ing the spotlight of publicity on dis- speaker said in part. "The judgment loyal citizens violations of the new before which each of us must render conservation rules will quickly abate. an account of the deeds done in the Figures of the Bureau of Labor body is one of the events that God statistics announced, show the food has definitely pointed out This, how- workr g lo "The prophecy from which we learn when the Judgment was to begin, is found in the eighth and ninth chanters of Daniel. In Dan. 8:14. we read, 'Unto two thousand and three hundred days than shall the sanctuary be cleansed.' In symbolic pronhc-c- y each dav represents a year of literal time, Ezc. 4:0. From Dan. 9:25, we learn that this period of time began with the going forth of the command to restore and rebuild Jerusalem. This decree was issued by Arta- xexes in the seventh venr of his reign or in the year 547 B. C, and is recorded in the seventh chaDter of Ezra. Beginning 457 B. C, and counting 2,300 full years brings us to the yenr 1844. the termination of the peroid when Daniel savs the sanc tuary shall be cleansed. Th:s cleansing in the sanctuary of ancicn Israel constituted a work of judgment and so typified the great judgment when the cases of all will ho examin ed in the Heavenly courts." Friday he will speak in "The CENT-A-WOR- D Standard in the Judgment" There HEMP BREAKS for sale. R. C. will be no meeting Saturday night. 26-t- f Sunday night the subject as advertis Hocker, Stanford, Ky. dark brown. ed is "The Christian Sabbath. Is it FOUND Overcoat; Saturday or Sunday?" This subicct Call at this office or at the homo of is receiving more attention now than Geonre T. Wood. it ever throughout the country and T.OST Airdnle dor. Has loner. thinking men and women everywhere yellow hair. Notify Mrs. Hugh Noe are studying the subject with renew 26-t- f of his whereabouts. ed interest. ?wff?fivtt vnnnff TYion Vi!va heen ... jvw.at, ...w .... V. IJ killed at the aviation schools in Tex FEW CENTS DESTROYS YOUR DANDRUFF AND as since October. STOPS FALLING HAIR FOR SALE One and Tsushels of fine clover seed. A. W. 2?-t- f Make It Thick, Save Your Hair! Carpenter. Moreland. Wavy And Beautiful T A W. vnur order now 'with W. Try It! H. Higgins for Boone county white seed corn, ltub crop Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy PR nin rnttle. food VCVI HAT.V mute evidence of a neglected hair J. M. Cress. scalp;is of dandruff that awful scurf. qualityand 23-t- f Phone 3601, Danville. Thera is, nothing so destructive to Li. a. Juivena,.ot; ... FOR SALE 150 bales'of- timothy the It robs JijefeliMWcifirteiif W Bros.. R..F. D. .No... 4. more rapidly than food. Chairman Hurley, of the Shipping Board, speaking before the National Marine League, declared that America now has outstripped England in facilities for building ships. The steel program, he declared, was 28 per cent, on the way of completion, and that the wooden shins were progressing satisfactorily, while the concrete vessel was noc :n the experimental stage. Secretary McAdoo announces that following the third Liberty Loan campaign, there would be i rest of eight months. In October it November the fourth issue will be made, the laregst of any yet put before the public. To prepare for it the Treasury Department has asked that the limit of outstanding certificates be raised from $4,000,000,000 as at present to $8000,000,000. .Secretary McAdoo denied that the "Baby Bond" would be abandoned. for one week to be $13.01 compared must precede the second coming of with $5.98 before the war started, Christ. For we read that at that time or an increase of 117 per cent. Costs Ho comes bringing His reward with of fuels, clothing and other neces- Him to reward every man according sary commodities have increased as his work has been. Rev. 22:12. cost to the average German family ever, contrary to the popular idea, 1 ...1 ... 200-poun- Mn-thrn- v, ADS THE LATEST WAR NEWS The Allie have been forced back and out of Montdidier by overwhelming numbers nnd the French nre pushing northward to keep in touch with the British. French troops hnve relieved part of the British line. No information is given vet regarding the intentions of the allied commanders, but it is thought certain thnt at an opportune moment they will make a counter stroke. Jets of flame were used bv the Germnns in their nttack yesterday. Seventy divisions of German troops nre known to have tnken part in the present grand offensive. Router correspondent at British headquarters reports heavy attacks against Arras yesterday, both to the north nnd south of the Scarpe. The attack on the north speedily died down, but that on the south nwumed serious proportions, nnd by 11 o'clock in the morning dense wave of the enemy, supported by a tremendous artillery bombardment, were reported to have made some advance. The barometer is falling and snow fa threatened according to this correspondent. Arrangements have been completed by which Japnn is to turn over to the American fleet immedintely 12 big steamers. The list of casualties among the American forces under Pershing shows one killed in action, four missing in action, one died of wounds, one victim of action, sixteen died of disease, one severely wounded and twenty-nin- e slightly wounded. "Send American across Atlantic in shortest possible space of time." This is the cnll of Premier Lloyd Georze in a message read at a banouet of the Lotus Club by Lord Reading. "We are at the crisis of the war," wrote Lloyd George. "This battle.the grcntest and most momentous in the history of the world, is only just beginning." England and France, he decleared, were buoyed in the hope of the aid America would give the Allies. Don't forget that at 2 o'clock Sunday morning you must turn your clock up one hour, if you have not had the thouehtfulness to do the night before. Do this promptly and vou will avoid endless confusion. There will be no change in the running of trains, opening of the mails, nor the going out of rural routes. For instance, the fast train from Louisville is due here at 10:48 in the morning. It will arrive at the same hour by the clock, but will in reality arrive an hour earlier. The nostofiice will open at 7 o'clock and the rural routes will depart at that hour the same as usual, but really an hour earlier. Just turn your clock up an hour before vou retire Saturday night and go for yourmail,business and meet the trains at the same hour as usual and all will to-yo- MOVE CLOCK UP AN HOUR A one-ha- lf .T7! well-know- high-clas- s. - S.tfc 5I7rx.jtf m."KRT' JU'lfAV&U, A FOR -handed nwwwl SALE Cooking - ! f W. O. Walker. Stanford. FOR SALE A small soda foun tain in good condition. Mrs. A. B. f Pillion, Crab Orchard, Ky. FOR SALE Pure Plymouth Rock eggs. $1 for 15. Mrs. J. Nevin Carter, 24tf Stanford. R. F. D. No. 5. WANTED to buv cane seed. Must been clean, red top or early amber. 25tf E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford. FOUND Auto license tag, No. 22502. Owner can get same by call ing atUysothcean4paymgloraa FARMER FRIEND Let me talk to vou about a Panec Silo filler be fore they advance. W. P. Kincaid. tf LOST Boy's overcoat between IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES my home and town Sunday. Leave at 75, is James H. the Interior Journal otnee. J. m. uov dead near Wethington, aged Casey Clementsville, 26-er. county. LOOK About the first of June I George Patterson, agent of rhrt I.. will have a new bungalow ready for & N. at Lancaster, broke an arm you. B. L. Fagaley, Stanford, Ky. while attempting to crank his auto. Miss Frankie Kauffman has been MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 and made treasurer of the Lancaster up on improved farm lands in Lin- graded school to succeed L. C. coln county. Five per cent. Rufe , 19-Somerset. Ky. Miss Kate Dickerson died at the FOR SALE One new Avery home of her niece, Mrs. W. B. Bransulky plow, all steel, guaranteed to denburg, at Richmond, from the redo good work under difficult condi- sult of a fall she sustained some days ago. tions. J. O. Newland, Stanford. Mrs. Tevis Thompson, of the SMALL red sorrel mare, with section of Garrard, is dead foretop closely shaved, left my place Tuesday, March 26th. Please phone after a protracted illness. Her hus.. band died some years ago, but sevStanford. T. F. Badgett, FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, eral children survive. Richmond, John Ed Powell, of had Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, death at Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, a narrow escape from aeroplane fell Fla., when his Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble, some 300 feet into the waters of 28tf Pensacola Bay. He came very near Stanford. MELOTTE cream separator near- drowning. ly new; two horse wagon. Wagon can be seen at Abt's blacksmith shop. TAKE CHIDREN OUT OF DANGER Ottenheim. Albert Schuler, Waynes-burIf you saw a child on a railroad p RputeNoL track you would endeavor to remove Lost, between my home the little one from danger. When a WATCH open face child is "snuffling" or coughing, is and town, a Elgin watch: silver case. Had attach- not it your duty to get him out of ed to it a Swift Fertilizer tag. Re- danger of severe consequences? Foward if. returned to me. Earl With- ley's Honey and Tar gives relief from ers, Stanford. It coughs, colds, croup and whooping PAINTING & PAPER HANGING cough. Contains no opiates. Sold EvHave your painting and papering erywhere. done by me; satisfaction guaranteed so it would be to your interest to ALMOST A YOUNG MAN AGAIN E. R. Whitehurct. R. F. D. I, Norlet me figure with you before contracting your job. G. L. Bradley, folk, Va., writes: "I had been suffering for more than a year, but since 26-Hustonville. taking FOR RENT The T. C. Ball store- most aFoley Kidney Pills I feel al room and rooming house I now oc- strengthen young man again." They weakened cupy, until Jan. 1st. Nine rooms in disordered and heal stop sleep-di- s or kidneys, house, which has bath and other con- turbing bladder banish veniences. Will also sell my stock of bachache, rheumaticailments, stiffness. nains. groceries at cost. Jas. Shifilett. Stansoreness. Sold Everywhere. 23-- 4t ford. SEED CORN FOR SALE 500 SCIENTIFICALLY FITTED bushels nice Tennessee corn that Our scientifically fitted classes tested from 05 to 100 per cent. Price made to individual requirements will $5 per bushel plus sacks. This corn give you the clearest vision has been thoroughly tested and ab- science can produce. J. J. Byrne, that Op solutely all right. C. T. Bohon, tometrist, Optician at Weatherford R. F. D. No. 1. f Hotel, Hustoinville, April 1st to Gth. ALL persons havimr claims against the estate of Mrs., Lucinda E. War- FIRST.CLASS PICTURE SHOWS Manager Geonre Owens, of the op ren, deceased, will present them properly proven to mo at once for era house, is giving his patrons some payment. Those owing the estate pictures these nights. "At will please come forward and settle. First Sight" last night was fine, while R. M. Newland, administrator of the offering tonight is said to be evMrs. Lucinda E. Warren, deceased. en better, if possible. 24-t26-tlt 6. but in good condition. stove. Second- iiie;'Bvenmaiiy producing a levensn- ness and itching of the scalp, which if not' remedied causes the hair roots to shrink, loosen and die then the hair falls out fast. A little Dander-in- e tonight now any time will surely save your hair. Get a small bottle of Knowlton's uandenne trom any drug store or toilet counter, and after the first an plication your hair will take on that life, lustre and luxuriance which is so beautiful. It will become wavy and fluffy and have the appearance of abundance, an incomparable glos and softness; but what will please you most will bo after iust a few weeks' use, when you will actually iee a lot of fine, downy hair new hair growing all over the scalp. It of.jts of the Christian church, performed the ceremony. The hrido is a niece of Messrs. G. C. and B. W. Givens. of this county, and has many friends in Lincoln vho feel to congratulate Mr. Alexander on winning so charming a young woman for his wife. E. B. Bourland, 10 CENT "CASCARETS" BEST LAXATIVE FOR LIVER AND BOWELS vtiiJM ,umo .ttujPkjwCytfashville,. rAfcafcValarie Cochran, professional Tenn., said that whrllicrfcas always skepticab'&bo'ut proprietary remedies, she was- so troubled with sleeplessness that nothing the doctors could eive her would seems to do her any good till she took Vin Hepatica, the famous vegetable prescription, which so quickly ended her sleeplessness and mnde her feel so much better that she recommends its use to every one who can not sleep well. Come in and get a bottle and soon be sleeping like a baby. The Lincoln Pharmacy. - Gul-le- y. As-hur- st. 8t Bry-antsvil- le other distress; cleanse your inside organs of all the bile, gases and constipated matter which is producing the misery. A box means health, hap piness and a clear head for months. All druggists sell Cascarets. Don't forget the children their little need a gentle cleansing, too. 10-cees MONEY FOR RED CROSS Don't Stay Constipated, Headachy, The ladies of the Red Cross ChanBilious, With Breath Bad Or ter of Hustonville spread an excelStomach Sour lent dinner at the C. C. and Mrs. Jennie Carpenter sale Wednesday No odds how bad your liver, stom- and cleared about $80. It was one of ach or bowels; how much your head the best served sale dinners seen for aches, how miserable and uncomfort- a long time. The charges were very able you are from a cold, constipa- reasonable and the eatables were tion, indigestion, biliousness and fine. Alice Frye, wife of Green Frye, sluggish bowels you always get re- colored, presented the chapter with a lief with Cascarets. beautiful cake, which was sold at Don't let your stomach, liver and auction for $12.50. It was sold in bowels make vou miserable. Take quarters, three quarters bringing $U Cascarets tonight; put an end to the each and the last $3.50. The cleverheadache, biliousness, dizziness, ner- ness of Alice Frye is greatly apprevousness, sick, sour, eassy stomach, ciated by the members of the Husbad cold, offensive breath and all tonville Red Cross Chapter. POWERS WILL WIN A.OAIN Judge L. W. Bethurum, of Mt. Vernon, was a business visitor to Stanford Thursday, but he found time to spend a few moments with his old friend, Dr. D. U. bouthard. Asked by an I. J. representative who would win the republican nomina tion for Congress in his district, he answered: "Caleb Powers will car ry every county in the Eleventh dis trict." This was unwelcome news, but this paper has all along feared that such calamities would continue to befall the people of that Kentucky district. 147-M- 6-- tf Pen-sacol- a, g, 26-2- seven-jewele- d, 4t 30 PER CENT. SAWDUST Relatives of Geonre D. Hopper, of the Consular service with headquarters at Stockholm, Sweden, arc in receipt of news from him and he tells thnt he is getting along nicely. Among other things, he savs that food is both scarce and high; that GOOD NEWS FOR TEACHERS the bread contains 30 per cent, of wood or sawdust and that eggs are Under recent legislation, the scarce at $1.50 per dozen. Other teachers will receive payment of saledibles, he says, are selling at equal- aries monthly, beginning the second ly high prices. Saturday in September ns under the old law first payment was second Saturday in October. The minimum "IT SURE DOES THE WORK" Mrs. W. H. Thornton. 3523 W. salary for second class schools will 10th St.. Little Rock, Ark., writes: bo $45 and first class schools $50. "My little boy had a severe attack of Elementary Agriculture will be croup and I honestly believe ho would taught and after July 1, 1919 teachhave died if it had not been for Fo- ers will be required to take examinaley's Honey and Tar. I would not be tions on this subject. G. Singleton, without it at anv price, as it sure Superintendent. does the work." Best remedy known for coughs, colds, whooping cough. BANK O. K. WAYNESBURG Sold Everywhere. The State Bank Examiner hns just visited the Waynesburg Denosit THE FESTIVAL OF "PESACH" Bank, which he found in excellent At sunset Wednesday evening the condition. The resources of the instiJews in all parts of the world began tution are $120,918.63. tho deposits the celebration of the festival of run way up yonder, while the paper "Pesach," or the Pasover, commem- carried by it is pronounced orating tho deliverance of the chilCashier Wheeldon is making a dren of Israel from Egyptian bond- most excellent official and tho Wayage, and tho saving of their first born nesburg Deposit Bank is flourishing from destruction. under his management. first-clas- s. Har-rodsbur- g, 24-t- ONLY ONE PRISONER There is only one prisoner in the Lincoln county jail, which spenks well for the community, but which tells a sad story from a business standpoint for Lincoln's splendid jailor. high-cla- ss A Short But Strong Statement Women with backache, rheumatic pains, sore muscles, stiff joints or other symptoms of kidney trouble read this statement from Mrs. S. C. Small. Clayton, N. M.: "Foley Kid-ne- y Pills have done mo more good thnn nil other medicines." Thev Mio-n- a stomach tablets which Tho strengthen weak kidnevs and banis g Penny Drug Store sells under a quar-nnte- e, bladder ailments. ends all forms of stomach ill. Sold Everywhere. sleep-disturbin- interrupted changing habits make MOSER 3UYS LUTE'S OUT these trying weeks for any one inJohn J. Moser, of Morel iml. hna clined to constipation. Foley Cathartic Tablets are just the thing for in- bought of II. G. LuIps lu'3 electric c digestion, biliousness, gas on stom- lighting plant, grist mill nnd at Middleburg for $5,Q00, ami ach, furred tongue, headache, or other condition indicating clogged bow- will soon tnke charge. Mr. Lutes still els. Cnuso no bad after effects. Sold has eight or ten acres of good land Everywhere. in the corporate limits of the town nnd will continue to reside in the Casey town. Hughes & McCarty COULDN'T FIND THE TRAIL A corn crib burned at Pine Knott, made the deal. McCreary county, the other night and Lair's bloodhounds nt Huston- Cut This Out It Is Worth Money ville were phoned for. The dogs were Don't miss this. Cut out this slip, tnken to the scene but so mnny peo- enclose with five cents to Foley & ple had walked about the crib the writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial canines could not get a trail. package containing Foley's Honey nnd Tar Compound, for coughs, colds PUT YOUR HUMAN ' CAMERAS IN FOCUS nd croup. Foley Kidney Pills nnd Fo. Enjoy quick, nccurate vision, place Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, tho nerves and mucles of your eyes ley Cathartic Tablets. in restful balance, with scientifically prescribed individually designed. TURN HER FORWARD Keep nbrenst of the times. Turn BYRNE GLASSES nt Weatherford Hotl, Hustonville, April 1st to 6th. your clock forward an hour when you go to bed Saturday night and you won't have to net un at tho wee KING OF CROSS TIE MEN Robert Y. Ballard, of Waynesburg, sma hour of 2 A. M. nnd do so. is getting to be the king cross tie, There will be n membership meetdealer in this purt of tho State. He has in tho yards at Waynesburg over ing of the Liberty Service League nt e 10,000 ties and has just shipped tonight. All memtho some 1,500, ber nro urged to be present. resi-dencourt-hous- W. II. Shanks. II. J. McRoberts, COLORED BROTHERS PATRIOTIC & Son, Mrs. T. D. Newland Lee The colored boys are fully as paStone, Judtre T. A. Rice, K. S. Al- triotic as the whites nre and in some corn, Dr. E. J. Brown and this pa- instances more so. Herbert Reynold, per. who looked after them today, said that many of those who were not DEATH OF YOUNG MAN called for today asked that they also Samuel Sloan, need 20, son of Mr. be sent but that Adjutant General Tandy Ellis would only let two more and Mrs. Albert P Sloan, of the section, but formerly of that the quota 23 go. Hundreds this county, died Tuesday of a com- of the colored people were in town plication of troubles and was buried todav to tell the boys good bye and in Buffalo Springs Cemetery Thurs- bid them day morning after services by Rev. Vanderpool. of Hubble. Young Sloan MRS. BERRY BUSINESS WOMAN Mrs.,R. L. Berry, of the West End. was taken ill in Indianapolis, where he was working in a drug store, and during the year of 1918. sold $670 was brought home by his father a worth of etrgs, or some 2,000 dozen. month or more ago. He grew worse She has 285 hens. She has sold this vear over $200 worth of eggs, and until the end. expects to make her sales run up to $1,000 before Jan. 1, 1919. She is NOTICE TO THE PURLIC making money on her chickens alOwing to excessive cost of physi- most as fast as her husband is coincians' supplies and living, we, the ing it on his tobacco and other crops. mutually of Stanford, physicians agree to raise prices of day visits to D. A. BAUGH LOSES DAUGHTER $2 and night visits to S'2.50, outside Mrs. W. C. Carter, dauehter of D. of city limits one dollar per mile. A. Baugh, of McKinney, died at her April 1st. J. F. home near Owcnton and was buried This to take effect Peyton, J. G. Carpenter, W. B. in the McKinney Cemetery WednesE. J. Brown, D. B. South- day afternoon after funeral services ard. Lewis J. Jones. at the Christian church at McKinney bv Dr. W. D. Welburn. of this city. LINCOLN RAISED $625,000 She is survived by her husband but Thn State Tax Commission at left no children. Deceased was 31 Frankfort has raised Lincoln county yenrs old and was a splendid woman. $625,000, or $500,000 less than was at first threatened. The trip to RUSSELL TO SPEAK SATURDAY Mr. Frank Leslie Russell, who is Frankfort of Judge T. A. Rice, County Attorney T. J. Hill and Mr. J. S. here from Richmond, testing seed Hocker was worth many times the corn for the public by the authority cost and trouble it took. Pulaski was of the (rovernment nnd State College, Bell $2,000,000, will address the farmers at the courtraised $1,500,000, Mercer $1,500,000. McCreary $825,-00- 0, house at 2 P. M. Saturday and it is hoped thnt a large crowd will greet Estill $1,500,000. him. He will talk about farming generally, but seed corn will be dwelt on SPRING IS NICE, BUT Lnck of fresh vegetable food and at length. Bry-antsvil- le God-speed. more liberally to the fund to cive the colored boys who left for Camp a'chary. Taylor1 this afternoon a 'dinner. It evidently was a case of thoughtlessness, which it is hoped will not be repeated. Tho who did be well. respond to the Interior JournnI fund l are: -- jU i ri.x. ,,. Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Dr. Caldwell's '! Sy rup Pepsin The Perfect Laxative Oregon, HI. "I took Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound for an or ganic trouble which pulled me down until I could not put my foot to the floor ana is could scarcely do my easy, Wi work, and as I live HIM is on a small farm and as as safe raise six hundred chickens every year it made it very hard for me. "I saw the Compound advertised in our paper, and tried Sold in Stores it It has restored my health so I can do all my work and I am so grateful that I am recommending it to my friends." Mrs. D. M. Alters, R. R. 4, Oregon, III. Only women whohave suffered the tortures of such troubles and have dragged 5 bottle can be obtained, free of charge, by writing to A trial along from day to day can realize the relief which this famous root and herb Dr. IV. B. Caldwell, 457 Washington St., Monticello, Illinois remedy, Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable s Compound, brought to Mrs. Alters. ! BBaBBaaannRnmiiaiaBBaBBBHaaBBBBBay Women everywhere in Mrs. Alters' condition should profit by her recomNEAL'S CREEK mendation, nnd if there are any comMr. Will Raines is better, wo are plications write Lydia E. Pinkham's glad to state. Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for advice. Born to the wife of Mr. E. N. Ter- The result of their 40 years experience ry, twins. is at your service. fier known, and contains no minerals Mr. and Mrs. Dink Farmer spent Give Ilccd lo (he Varnincr. deli- Sunday with her parents, Mr. and ED MORRROW ONLY CHANCE Pimples on the fnco and other or chemicals to injure the most Mrs. Charlie Baugh. parts of the body arc warnings from cato skin. The following dispatch is sent Miss Bessie Kirkpatrick spent from Owenboro and it is given for Go to your drugstore, and got a Nature that your blood is sluggish Spnday with Miss Young. Sometimes they bottlo of S. S. S. today, and get rid what it is worth: "E. T. Franks, and impoverished. Mrs. R. L. Blackcrby and daugh- chairman of the Republican State foretell eczema, boils, blisters, scaly of those unsightly and disfiguring ter spent Saturday with Mrs. W. W. Central Committee, with other n eruptions and other sl.ln disorders pimples, and other skin irritations. Farmer. Owensboro Republican poliAnd it will cleanso your Wood thorthat burn like flames of fire. Mr. Carroll Raines spent the week ticians, is quoted as saying that EdThey mean that your 1 lood needs oughly. If you wish special medical with his uncle, Mr. Will Raines. win Morrow is the only Kentucky S. S. S. to purify it and cleanse it of advice, you can obtain it without Mrs. Robert Raney and daughter, Republican who could make a showthese impure accumulations that can charge by writing to Medical DirecKatherine spent Monday with her ing against Senator Ollie James for cause unlimited trouble. This remedy tor, 29 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, mother, Mrs. J. W. Terry. the seat of the senior Senator. They is the greatest vegetable blood puri Georgia. Mr. Lee Kirkpatrick spent Tues- concede it would be time wasted for day with his cousin, Mr. Howard any other Republican in the State Those who enjoy the benefits that Kirkpatrick. to make the race. Morrow is said to MEN WHO HARM A TOWN Mrs. Dick Daugherty and daugh- have consented to take under adcome from the work of public-spiriteThose who oppose improvements. broad-minde- d ter, Myrtle spent Sunday with Mrs. visement the suggestion that he seek men but give Those who "knock" strangers and nothing but criticism in return. W. R. Daughertv. the Senate rather than the GoverMiss Chissie Kitts and Miss EfRe nor's chair." "knock" the town to strangers. Those who distrust public-spirite- d On January 1 Mr. Bruce Tcwmey Farmer spent Sunday with Miss May men. sold his farm of 220 acres, lying on Daugherty. Back from a visit to the western Mrs. Ed Bailey spent Saturday Those who hate to see others suc- Salt River, to Mr. Gilbert Watts at battlefront, Maj. Gen. Leonard ceed. $130 an acre. Last Saturday Mr. with her mother, Mrs. Will Raines. Misses Bessie and Lena Kirkpat- Wood, in a confidential statement Those who oppose every move- Tcwmey bought the place back again ment that docs not originate with at an advance of $2,000. Deputy rick were over to see Miss Effie Far- today before the Senate Military Committee, declared that allied milthemselves. Sheriff Joe Sanders on Tuesday pur mer recently. Born to wife of E. L. Green a fine itary opinion is unanimous that the Those who oppose every enter- chased 80 ewes with 45 lambs at German offensive will fail, and urgbaby girl. prise that does not appear to bene22.50 a head. Harrodsburg George Farmer was in "Waynes-bur- g ed a great increase to 4,000,000 or fit themselves. 5,000,000 men ni America's army. Sunday. Mrs. James Kirkpatrick was out to see Mrs. Will Naylor. Dave DeJarnette, of Madison, 3old Ray Belden. of Stanford, was out a bunch of shoats at 23c per pound. to see his aunt. Miss Mollie Roberts. is an ideal remedy for consti- pation. simple laxative herbs with pepsin that natural manner, and acts in an positively it for children effective on the strongest constitution. Drug Everywhere It is a combination of 50cts. (E)$1.00 : scheduled for the week beginning Mny 0 hns been postponed until the week beginning May 20, R. P. Grant, drive director for the Lake Division, announces. This change of dates is made in accordance with instructions from the American Red Cross War Council nt Washington. Fcnr that it might detract even slightly from the forthcoming loan campaign prompted the Red Cross to postpone the date of its drive for two weeks. Mr. Grant also nnnounccd the names of the men who will serve ns state drive managers in the Lake Division. John R. Dowling, vice president and cashier of the Phoenix nnd Third National Bank, of Lexington, has accepted the Kentucky state membership. S. W. Cnldwer and W. O. Davis, of the Kentucky River Coal Corporation, will assist Mr. Downing. Kentucky's quota is $900,000. The action of the War Fund Council in postponing the drive fixes the date of the second campnign just eleven months after the first drive, which was carried on the week of June 18, 1917. More than $100,000,000 was contributed in that drive. Contribution plus interest brought total receipts up to $105,099,257. Of this amount was refunded to chapters for locnl relief work. The balance of $77,721,918 has been appropriated, leaving a balance available for appropriations of $10,371,217. France has been the beneficiary of Ameri can Red Cross appropriations to the sum ot more than $30,000,000. $17,-000,1- RED CROSS The second Red Cross war fund drive for $100,000,000, originally NOW RAISES scxoMcxxxxxxxxxxxas 600 CHICKENS After Being Relieved of Or ganic Trouble by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Milk Cows At Auction I will sell at public auction at Nunnelley s Stock Pens in Stanford, at :30 P. M. County Court Day 1 fflaril ui rtBIII Six fresh milk cows. They are 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 8thand all three J. B. Camenisch, XXXXXSXSBtXXXXXXXXXSX? Stanford Andy Vansant, of near Cooksburg, planted an acre of navy beans last year from which ho realized $140, n and retained nine bushels. Mt. Signal. Vcr-no- Perhaps his partner, Gott, 13 not exactly as efficient ns he would like Him to be, but the KaisT intords to lot the old firm name stand, at least until the war is over. Ugly, Unsightly Pimples Are bignais or Bad Blood 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 boundary. 35 acres of this land was cleared several years ago and cultivated one season. Mc-Kinne- well-know- y, d, W. B. McKINNEY STANFORD, KY. Agent for Heirs J. A. Givens, Deceased IMtl Seed Corn Per Bushel $e.OO B. Shinnina Pninf J tiF. O. I Sacks 50c Additional Don't Plant Corn from Your Crib This Year One person in 20 keeps a dog; that dogs. It costs ten cents a day to feed a'dog, of $36.50 a year for one, and $282,000,000 per annum for all of them. With flour at $15 n barrel, his sum would buy barrels of flour. If loaded 12 barrels to each motor track, trucks would be required to lead the flour, at one time, and they would make a procession 2,272 miles in length. is 5,000,000 6f CHANDLER SIX Famous For Its Marvelous Motor X Over 7.000,000 breaks this year. co 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 Standard Varieties, maturing 90 to 110 days. was sold over the Richmond pounds of tobac- Commissioner's Sale Lincoln Circuit Court G. G. Speer, State Banking Commissioner, etc.. Plaintiff, vs. Lafe Morgan, etc., Defendants. Notice of Sale. 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 public outcry to the highest and best bidder, upon the terms hereinafter yOBA lli yHRIwq'VHD'XvMH t bbbbbbbbbbBP' aBBBaaa- ' - it tin r 1 J cv 90. Pursuant to a judgment of the Send cash with order. Address Western Kentucky Board of Agriculture PADUCAH, KY. Reference: City National Bank, Paducah, Ky. mentioned the following described real estate situated at Milledgeville, VmMBiAi.vJtZ'l 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 the right of way of C. N. O. & T. P. Ry. Company, thence 3011th with the right of way of said railroad company to the line of Rucker, thence with line of Rucker to the Hustonville and pike, thence with said pike to the beginning, containing about three ncres of land. Terms And Purpoie of Sale Said sale will be made on a credWith nn Avery Kerosene Tractor you can plow when you are ready. Hot it of six months and the purchaser weather or hard giound can't stop you. And wet weather will not put you will be required to execute bond on back long. You can even plow day and night if necessary. the day of the sale for the purchase Avery Kerosene Tractors are also light weight enough so that you nrice.the same bearing six per cent, injuring interest from date until paid, the can do your discing, harrowing and seeding without fear of your seed bed. Getting your seed in good condition is of vital import- same having the force and effect of a judgment with Hen retained on the ance. It spells the difference between good crops and poor ones. property to secure the payment thereNo Farm Too Small or Too Bigjfor An of, and payable to the undersigned Commissioner. The purpose of said Avery Kerosene Tractor sale is to satisfy a juumunt herein entered in favor of Win, Fields No matter what size your farm is there is a size Avery Keroseno against Lafe and Mnttie Morgan for Tractor to fit it. They aro built in six sizes. The five larger sizes nrc the sum ot $888, with six per cent, built alike- and have the same design. Also have many exclusive feainterest from April 29th, 1912, until tures, such as renewable inner cylinder walls, patented sliding frame paid, subject to the following credits, transminsions and Avery Duplex Gusifier, the new device which turns ker$21 paid January 27, 1911, $15 paid II. P. Tractor to you. Also oseno into gas. Let mo demonstrate an July 1, 1915, and the further sum of get nn Avery 1918 catalog which describes fully the complete Avery lino $475. pnid July 1, 1915. Also to satof tractors, plows, separators, motor cultivators and planters, etc. isfy a judgment in favor of G. G. Speer, State Banking Commissioner against said named defendants, Lafe nnd Mattie Morgan for the sum of $502.45 with six per cent, interest from July 15, 1915, until paid and the costs of this action, estimated at BAfla i m WESTERN KENTUCKY BOARD OF AGRICULTURE IS WORKWITHOUT COMPENSATION ING PATRIOTICALLY, UiOht Car at Ridht "'"' Chandler Leads Pri. M., -- ;- -, Da'n-vil- le best price. And it has succeeded, year after year, in this aim. The Chandler for 1918 offers real motor car worth approached only by other cars selling for hundreds of dollars more. There is no inflation in Chandler price. And Chandler quality is maintained in every detail. Seven-Passeng- THE Chandler Company has striven for five to give the public the best Six at the SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES Touring Car, 51595 Roadster, S1SOS Four-PasDispatch Car, $1675; Five White Wire Wheels, $110 Extra Convertible Sedan, S229S Convertible Coupe, S219S Limousine, S289S er Four-Passenger s. ( All prices f. o. b. Cleveland) G Gome Choose Your Chandler Now J. O. Newland, Stanford, Ky. D. H. PREW1TT, DanvilIe,Ky. CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO : KEI? $50. E. C. WALTON, M. C. L. C. C. Geo. D. Florence, Att'y for Plff. This March 19. 1918. J V The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Page Ihree the first aid in colds, coughs nnd other ailments. Her promptness in applying the remedy often slaves a serious illness. Her experience with remedies has led to know PERUNA in Your Home A housewife must give that PERUNA is always reliable, Mr George Porker, Wis., writes: our family for a number of years, nud have found It a perfectly rcllablo medicine. It soon rids the yj. tern of any traces 01 a cold, and prevents serious coo sequences. '1 befian using It for catarrh, which I suffered with a JUNCTION CITY warmly Sunday the tir.ranizat.on of all adult Sun Iny school clnsflos nnd regular monthly busiiiiMJ meetings of the same. George Toombs o!tl for Mr. Benedict Saturday at th" Hvcry stable 13 fine horses for good price. Mips Lucy Ilank'n, who has been Mass., for studying near Boston, some months, is at homo for a visit. Quite large crowds from here went to sen Mnrv Pickford in "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm." on Tuesday night and Annct'3 Keller-ma- n in "The Dnughtcrs of Gods," on Thursday night. Mr. II. C. Catron ran his large truck to accommodate the crowd. On Friday night Mn Sweet ind her seven beautiful dauhgters gave an amusing entertainment for tin benefit of our school and nlthough a thunder storm enmc up to keep away the crowd, yet about $25 was cleared. Mesdames S. W. Burke, r.. E L. Grubbs. .Ins. G. Blaine. Louis Krien-er- , .1. O. Cnrpenter, W. M. Trospor, E. R. Gnlbreath and Miss Imogcnc Doss were among the crowd who attended the shows at Danville. The Senior Class ot' 1918 and Mr. F. II Gnlbreath gave a five reel show for their benefit nnd they realized n ymnll sum to defray the expenses of Rev. V. P. Wnl'iuti ndvocntod Furniture, Rugs, Cook Stoves, Ranges Our stock is fully complete in all these lines and by taking advantage of the markets in buying all our goods in the early season, our prices you will find to be normal. This large attractive quarter-sawe- d Oak Dining Table as you see illustrated here, is of a beautiful, rich Goldh top, 6 feet long when it en Oak Finish, with is opened. These tables we have always gotten $27.50 for them. By purchasing these early in the season, and in large quantities, we can sell thecs tables this season at the low price of 54-inc- nave it on hand for the immediate treatment of coughs and lAjiuo, uuu mm it 13 uiways 10 ner that sho should The Family Safeguard The experience of one woman, given herewith, is typical of thousands of letCompany from grateful friends who have found their homes incom plete, and their family safety hi danger without PERUNA. ters that reach the Peruna .k"?" .F.?y Tyry serious unui recently. ' J have Since I """ taken Peruna the dropping In my throat has discontinued, and ray head ondnoso are not so stopped up in the morning. I am pleased with the results, and shall continue to use It until I am entirely rid of catarrh. 1 heartily recommend It as an honestjmcdlclne." What It docs for her It Is ready to do for you. K...I.-- Si ."rri w" yer. it, beyond question, to bo tho reliable family remmarket edy, ever ready to take, preventing tho serious effects of colds, coughs, finp and derangements of tho digestive organs. This proof is published from timo to time and many families have profited by it. The great weight of testimony that has accumulated in the 44 years that PERUNA has been on the proves Colds and Catarrh which is an exceptionally good value. $22.50 their plav therefrom. W6J V 1 The Peruna Company, Columbus, Ohio Mrs. Maggie Powell and children, of Danville, are rucsts of her mother. Mr. D. B. Fox. Willinm E. Grubbs hns secured 31 subscribers so far for the Farm nnd 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. OTTENHEIM Mr. Enrl Russell was the guest The farmers of this section arc of Mr. V. Coleman Sunday. Mr. Wm, Anderson has begun to busy plowing nnd preparing for their crops. sell beef again every Saturday. Mr. B. G. Russell has moved his Mr. Paul Ronecker, of Toledo, 0., who was here on a short visit, has saw mill on Mrs. Ensslin's place, where he will cut quite a bill of lumreturned. Misses Minnie and Mario Ollish ber. Mrs. John Bratcher was the guest arc visiting homefolks for several of Mrs. G. Benke Saturday night. weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eyer were in a Tho wife of J. G. Stanford on business Tuesday. Mr. John Russell, who went to millionaire, is under arrest at KanCincinnati for two weeks, has return- sas City on the charge of violating ed home. There's no place like home. the espionage act. The tiger is not mentioned in the Mr. T. Hoffman bought of Mrs. Bible and was unknown in Greece Minnie Ensslin a mule for $130. Miss Lillian Russell was in a run- before the time of Alexander the away last week. Great. Miss Annie Schnitz was the guest Capt A. B. Massey, of Danville, of Mrs. B. G. Russell. Mrs. Minnie Ensslin and Mrs. Eva has sold his Cumberland river steamPayk were in Crab Orchard on boat ilnc to Mr. Norman Taylor, of Burnsidc. Phelps-Stokes, Fireside, 2fic magazine, toward getting himself a bicycle nnd he will continue to cnnvnss Bovle nnd Lin coln counties till June 5th. Look out for him. Our efficient Game Warden Mr. Ed Williams went fishing with Mr. Louis Kriener at the Sassafras Factory Mill nond Friday. The Sassafras Factory has resumed the making of extracts nfter a few months lay oft", last week. Mr. James Shearin. of Bryants-vilihas bought the Billy Dinwiddie 1 e, C nn-;Mar- nn Cl TMr b .Ih&m? Ik? && VrkM &. H. Ai. ihiwiw nvi Vfcte.& a L&.JLimW&& v Successors to A. F. Wheeler Furniture Company Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store, Danville, Kentucky CATARRH Quickly Ended By A Pleasant Germ-Killin- g Ladies! Spring Is Here! 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. house-cleaning. Main Street PENCE & HILL FARMERS! the pretty teacher of the Shelby City School, motored over to Danville Sunday afternoon and were joined in the holy bonds of wedlock, a sur prise to many of their friends. May good health and happiness be theirs on earth and endless bliss in heaven Several boys, among them S. W Burke, Clyde Clem, Horace Alstott, Larue Burke, Everett Owens, Ellery Chase, Logan Burkett, Stanley Cat ron have joined the Boys' Reserve for farm and other industries to help Uncle Sam out this summer. Other boys who wish to get good positions phone or write Prof. E. L. Grubbs. Harold Burke, third son of Mr, and Mrs. S. W. Burke, is a busy boy now. besides ueinir his mother s cen eral helper about the house, he is janitor of the Christian church on Sunday and delivery boy for his uncle, Mr. F. T. Burke, before and af ter school and on Saturdays. Mr. Claude Clem and- - Virgil Alstott, two of our high school boy broke hemp for Mr. Chns. Caldwell on Tuesday. Mrs. Hill Jennings took dinner with Mrs. E. L. Grubbs Sunday and attended the organization of the Mr. and Mrs. John Coulter. Mr, and Mrs. Dave Ewing and children, ot .I'arksville, were guests of Mrs H. Fleece Ewine; Sunday. Mr. Dunaway and large family are living in the JJr. Hill tiurke cot tage, near Dufiin's Cut. Mrs. Mary Francis Wells has just returned trom an extended visit to her daughters and sons in Terre Haute, Ind., Chicago and Louisville. Mr. Luther Traynor and family have moved into the house vacated by Mrs. Lucy Haggard, who with her family have moved to Danville, where her daughter, Miss Mildred Haggard is working in the telephone exchange. Mrs. Hoover and children, of Nicholasville, were guests of Miss Dora bvans Saturday and Sunday. Mr. John B. Allen and family will shortly move to the George Harmon farm on the Mitchellsburg and Per-ryville place at Shelbv City. Mr. Ivan Moore and Miss Elsie, Antiseptic On Louisana has a new product. It is a trolley car running from cactus candy. The cactus is peeled, Brooklyn Bridge to Coney Island, dipped in hot syrup or molasses, and George Roth is motorman, and his daughter is conductorette. coated with sugar. I The little Hyomei inhaler is made of hard rubber and can easily be carried in pocket or purse. It will last a lifetime. Into this inhaler you pour a few-drop- I FITZ-ALL Another Lot of s of magical Hyomei. This is absorbed by the antiseptic gauge within and now you are ready to breathe it in over the germ infested membrane where it will speedily begin its work of killing catarrhal germs. Hyomei is made of Australian eucalyptol combined with other antiseptics and is very plcasint to COLLARS RECEIVED TODAY One collar will fit four horses. Those who bought them are pleased. Try one. V. W. B. M. It is guaranteed to banish citarrh, bronchitis, sore throat, croup, coughs and colds or money back. It clears out a stuffed up head in two minugKBaEagagaacrggarcarcasasoi! tes. , Sold by The Penny Drug Storo and 2HrtfraM?3ffify'H'tnteTB7psraT-- 5 druggists everywhere. Complete outfit, including inhaler and one bottle of IIyomni, costs but litt'e, while extra bottk'S, if afterward needed, may be obtained of n druggist. It breathe. W. Ho Higgins, U Stanford XTTOJSSBWSSXK & unnca service iwrae H i Stanford, Ky. Get your fertilizer at once, on account of car shortage. Leave your order for wire fence now. I have a good stock on hand. Come and select yours. Members of the First PivstiUor' in church and the Warren Memori church are considering favorably the merger of the two congregations. Great obstacles are in the way of '1p plan, as the churches belong o different assemblies. The resigniifon of the Rev. Aquilla Webb from the Warren Memorial and the call extended to the Rev. John T. The mas, of the First Presbyterian, are the occasion for the proposed consollida- tion. Courier-Journa- l. 1 Eyes Tested J&$&mfi& 2.1:7. """J zmmm v Fitted - " - i :'.r- - High-clas- s terior Journal office. Sunday. job printing at the In- Eighteen Years Experience 12 Years in Lincoln and Adjoining Counties E. T. Pence, Jr., FIRE INSURANCE You fully realize, You would not allow your house to remain uninsured over 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 moro likely to die within a week or a year, than Important? it. night. Your house may never burn. Comparatively few buildings ever do. 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. Death destroys at once and revocably, in whole or in part, the income that provided for the daily wants of those you love, the income that was counted on to feed and clothe and educate your children. ir- If your house is not insured at all, or for an insufficient amount, If your life is not insured at all, or for an insufficient amount, YOU Carry the Risk Your friend has hud his homo insured these thirty years, and has had no fire. Ho has been fortunate in that, though ho 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. He is fortunate in having lived, and ho has something now to show for the money paid out. His cash value uffords a comfortable support for his own declining years. WHICH IS MORE URGENT? SEE ME TODAY! R. M. Newland Headquarters for All Kinds of Insurance Phillips and family Tuesday. Mrs. J. R. Steele left Monday for Dr. McChord's hospital at Lebanon, Optician to remain a few weeks. Dr. 1 Employ No Mrs. John Neal died last week at The Wonderful Record of Mr. John Davis' in Danville, of paThacher's Liver and ralysis. Blood Syrup. Mr. Robert Burke and wife moved through here Saturday to their home near Parksville. Those medicines which live for eveMr. James Osborne, who has given up the movie business at Wil- rt quarter of a century arc exceptional Only 15 liamsburg and who is farming near and continuous use for over mnoutasii v,tf , fjhmHighland, Lincoln county with his of a century is indisputable evidence i father-in-laMr. Hollar, was with Mr. E. R. Gnlbreath Saturday and wonderful merit. Dr.Thachei 's Liver nnd Blood Pyrin-caminto existence in 1852, and fror.i that timo to the present it has growi. in the eonfldenco and estimation of ; increasing number of steadily Through all these years it hiu grown in popular favor. Its wonderful building up power "'V shown in the experience of Mrs. V. K. Chadwick, Scale, Ala. "I was all run down in health," bhesnys. "Weighed only 104J pounds and getting woroC every day. I began the Use of Dr. .ffii Positive Convincing Proof Tluicher's Liver and Blood Hyrup am! lVifV-'&? today, I am thankful to say, 1 am in swKSss?sai'fc..v- We publish the formula of Vinol health unci weigh 155 pounds, to prove convincingly that it has the ferfect my good health to the urn power to create strength. of that piost wonderful medicine. T Cod Liver and Beef Peptones, Iron " llrmly believe thcro are numerous sul and ManganeisFeptonatca,lronnJ faring people that could be hound am Ammonium Citrate, Llmo and Soaw aiyceropliosphatcs, Cagcaria. well by tho usoofDr. Thaeher'ss Live, Any woman who buys a bottle of and Blood Syrup." Vinol for a weak, nervous If you need a tonic, or n blood puri condition and finds after giving it a ftcr; if your liver is out of order, yout fair trial it did not help her, will stomach troubles you, or you are con have her money returned. btipatcd, have indigestion or dyspepsia You cfie, there is no guess work try Dr. Thacher's Liver anil liloo. about Vinol. Its formula proves Syrup. It is purely vegetublo am there is nothing like it for all weak, coiinot possibly injure any one. It ha , . - ni d,-overworked, nervous men been of wonderful benellt to other and women and for feeble old people therefore should command your altcn and delicate children. Try it one Hon. All dealers in medicines sc)l it and be convinced. unci will recommend it. Tho Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. THE PENNY DRUG STORE two-thir- u pike. Mavfield. Mr. F. T. Burke is having Messrs. Several train loads of soldiers John and George Hogue build him a from Camp Taylor for southern new garage near his store. points went through here last week. Mrs. H. W. Phillips, of Liberty, was the guest of her son, Dr. W. W. the Christian church. Born on March 1st to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rector, a fine girl, Elizabeth President M. M. Allen, of K. C. W. has kindly consented to preach the baccalaureate sermon, May 12th, at 66 Years Sens ess J.J. BYRNE Optometrist Agents! WeatherfordKy.Hotel Hustonville, April 1 st to 6th f H e nave tock - J r, e VINOL MAKES John Deere Riding and Walking Plows; Culti-packers; WEAK WOMEN ! i Dou- "- ble and Single Disc Harrows; STRONG y 1 w I'svr v Corn Planters; Cultivators; Garden Tools. Demand Great Supply Short run-dow- n, run-dow- n, m& Doior Wait (Jnfiirhe test Minate Before OrderLocr ' Your oupply Uf JrDpemeDfd itnoyjoe 100 Late " . Riffe Bros. Hustonville, Ky. Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, March 29, 1918 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J. H. Wright ir, Condensed Report . C. Walton and Inttrtd at tht vottefio at Stanford, Ky., at ittond clixti mail matitr. THIRD DRIVE FOR BONDS It is most appropriate that April Oth lias been selected for the next nation-wid- e drive for n Liberty Loan. STANFORD, KY. It is the nnnivcrsary of America's entrance into the war forced upon the world by the bloody butcher, who aspires to conquer the univcrsic, and AS MADE TO COMPTROLLER, MARCH 4, 1918 it is absolutely necessary that the effort to flont the issue of three billions be attended with more prompt and decisive success than former issues, that we may show to the world that RESOURCES our determination to win the war is as pronounced ns ever nnd that we $393,479.36 Bills shall never quit until our rights are made secure and the world made 100,000.00 U. S. Bonds for Circulation safe for democracy. It is therefore 52,787.50 hoped nnd believed that the response Lincoln County and Other Bonds to the call will bo so quick nnd so 21,650.00 generous that there will be left no First and Second Liberty Loans doubt as to our object and thnt there 790.82 War Savings Stamps is no divided opinion of the righteousness of our cause. The opportunUnited States Certificates of Indebtedness.... 70,000.00 ity to buy bonds affords nn evidence 7,001.00 of patriotism as well as business saBanking House, Furniture and Fixtures gacity, for the money will help our 160,392.54 Cash, Due from Banks and U. S. Treasurer.. brave boys win the war and the investment will prove the safest that could bo offered, for the entire re$806,101.22 Total sources of this country, estimated at some 270,000,000,000, stand as a gunrantcc of their value. The new isLIABILITIES per cent, and be sue will pay 4 Let very man who $100,000.00 Capital can, help with his money, as millions 61,370.88 of our young men are doing with Surplus and Undivided Profits their lives. 98,800.00 Circulation In this connection, the National Committee of patriotic societies has 545,930.34 Deposits prepared this pledge for all Americans to take on the day forever to be $806,101.22 consecrated in the history of this Total country: "I affirm mv undivided lovaltv to the cause for which we fight; the cause of justice and human liberty. The Deposits are the largest ever shown in a published I gladly lay upon the altar of the nastatement by any bank in Lincoln County tion's need my material possessions, my bodily strength and mental powers, to serve and to save America and those ideals for which it stands; and to keep the Stars and Stripes Offertory. EASTER SERVICES M. E CHURCH on high with honor, I pledge my Ye The Lord" Quartette Organ Voluntary "Song of Tri- Faure Mrs. "Praise Welburn, Mrs. hand, my heart and my life." W. D. Op 23 umph" Wicr J. A. Walter, Rev. Welburn and Mr. Chorus "Welcome Happy Morn- T. D. Raney. It is understood, that Gov. Stanley ing" Bnptiste. Sermon "Easter" Rev. "Welburn. will veto the bill giving judges the Apostles Creed. power to fix penalties after the jurv Hymn 109 Regent Square. Prayer. has decided the guilt of an accused. Doxology. Anthem "0 God of Light" The public is cordially invited to He says that trial by jury is one of the few rights remaining for the peoattend this service. First Scripture. Special Sunday school Easter man ple that shall in no wise be abridged Gloria Patria Meineke. left something for all the children by an act of his, that the juries arc Second Scripture. at least as honest as the judge and of this school. Announcements. are not as likely to be swayed by desire to reward friends and punish enemies as a man dependent on the voters for his position. He also says that while the change might save mone'y to it would destroy of it, nor a principlethe state right that should you We and a The ti say our clothes are pile of style show always remain inalienable. the snme of punishments for offense and the frequency of on a juries, usually hanging on the hung cnance you get, stop in to it. penof make alty wore the arguments in ftivor we few, no to buy, a word. the innovation, wrich we confess home. 3'ourself concui'red in and hoped that the enactment would become the lew. 1- -2 Lincoln County National Bank Easter Styles YoSEJvy HPHERE is one time in each year in which we all like to dress "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. 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. Lid-do- n. The Kind You Had in Mind.... needn't talk quality W WV WAWIM I nrst urging at not know they try Just DA&SCC ion ,,J23 & W IfflnPM w W. CRAB ORCHARD, KINS KENTUCKY SSraBEl sympathies to Editor Russell Dychc, of the London Sentinel, in the loss of a brother, Will II. Dyche, who died at Harlan, where he was editing the Harlnn Enterprise. The Interior Journal extends its McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" VERDICT Based On Evidence Of Stanford People Grateful thousands tell it Of weak backs made srong Of weak kidneys made well Urinary disorders corrected. Stanford people add their testiA POPULAR STANFORD, KY. re- in good order and I have had no New Clothes for Easter Get them early tf That's an established idea. f turn of the kidney trouble." Price GOc, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same n that Mr. Aldridge had. Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. It Foster-Mil-bur- A. B. C. Dinwiddie Undertaker and Funeral Director mony. Rev. Cleo Purvis, of Corbin, was JUNCTION CITY. in the city today. They praise Doan's Kidney Pills. Stanford evidence is now complete. Stanford testimony is confirmed; Reports of early relief substantiatMerit doubly proved by ....l.l.l. When You Are In Town Drop In and See the ed. test of Everything has the new look about time. this time; men usually like to be "in it," too. 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. Let a Stanford citizen speak. II. D. Aldridge, blacksmith, E. Main St., says: "My experience with Doan's Kidney Pills has been such that I can rcotnmend them to any one. I had pains thorough my back and kidneys, the action of my kidneys was irregular and I couldn't sleep well at night. Doan's Kidney Pills regulated my kidneys nnd stopped the pains." (Statement given February G, 1012.) On November 13, 19 1G Mr. Ald-ridsaid: "I have had no occasion to use Doan's Kidney Pills for some time. This medicine put my kidneys $.. Masterphone .......t..l....l.lll.. !!!. ,, , KENTUCKY and hear it play. It is the greatest of its kind on the market. Listen to its sweet tone. Sold by The Lincoln Pharmacy Toe J&7&OJui Store C7 .rar: anmasas. ..- -j ge Phone No. 27 ............................l...t..l.t-w-,l....Mt.ltM,,,, Stanford, Ky. ......... Don't wait until somebody else has taken the one you want. CI Easter comes March 3 st. 1 Get ready now in clothes and fur nishings. 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- DodgeBrothers 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 U second to nono. 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 superior de. tails of this car shown you. TOURING, ROADSTERS, SEDANS AND COUPETS Phillips and Phillips The Home of Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothes Copyright Hurt ScLaffucr & Marx L. F. STEELE, Hustonville, Ky. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, March 29, 1918 CONDENSED STATEMENT Page Five OF The First National Bank KY. AS MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER, RESOURCES STANFORD, MARCH 4, 1918 Aft i yJLJs L - rv Overdrafts Loans and Discounts U. S. Bonds $ .First Liberty Loan Second Liberty Loan War Savings Stamps U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness 50,000.00 2,150.00 32,950.00 222.70 28,000.00 $267,251.14 24.06 JUKJJG Xi Other Stocks and Bonds Total 113 322.70 118,953.95 Real Estate and Fixtures Cash and Due from Banks LIABILITIES 44,380.62 7,400.00 $551,332.47 $ Capital Stock Surplus Undivided Profits (Net) Circulation Deposits Total 50,000.00 33,000.00 5,769.16 49,700.00 412,863.31 Sh! What would happen to mo if I were your kid? Well, if you're not acquainted with Calumet Bakings you don't know what a good exCan't Help cuse I have. Helping Myself they're so good I Good for me too, because Calutnat Ba!.hg9 are wholesome and c. sily digested. " Pirate- - The Millions of mothers use CALUB9ET BAKIK8 POWDER because of its purity because it alvvavg p.ivcs best r ulti ""id i3 ccnnomlcal In r t md usf " Caliimtt contains onlv rath irter tiient as have bctn ap proved officially liy the u. S. 'cod Authontict. Yo'J ssi-- viben yen buy II. ynu use II. Von save wt. $551,332.47 Mr. W. II. Rigncy is thought to be improving. Mrs. Ed Gently, of Mt. Vernon, is with Mrs. R. P. Brown. J. D. Ends, of Pewec Valley, is in tho city for a few days. News comes from Danville that Mrs. R. S. Lytic is very ill. Miss Annellc Carson is able to be out after several days' illness. Mr. George V. Carter continues ill, with no change for the better. Mr. J. F. Gover is quite ill at his home in the Peyton's Well section. Mr. J. P. Harrison, of Lebanon, was here today with J. II. Baughman. Mrs. Mary Penny, who has been ill for several days, is thought to be This Corn Will Peel Right Off! "Gets-It- " m Makes "Banana-Peel- " Corns Como Off The "Why Way! liavo to flop on tho floor, squeezo yourself up like tho letter "Z", and wltli bulging- eyes draw your face up Into a wrinkly knot while you gougo and pull at tho "quick' or a tender corn? That's 2 or 3 Drops Applied the tho modern, painless, simple way. Lean over and put two drops of 'Gcts-It- " on the corn, put your stocking and shoo rlpht on again, and forget the corn. X'aln is eased. "Gets-It- " has revolutionized tho treatment of corns. It never Irritates tho true flesh. You'll stop limping on tho side of your shoe, salves, and do away with greasy plasters bundling bandages, thick "Gets-Itand painful methods. Uso It's common Issense. by all druggists "Gets-It- " sold (you need pay no more than 25 cents), or It will bo sent direct by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. Sold in Stanford and recommended ns the world's best corn remedy by The Penny Drue Store. ". In a Few Seconds There no Fussing or Cutting. "GeU-It- " Always Worktl "Gets-It- " Old, savage way. Is Mary McBee arrived from Ttlll Sntnrdnv to ba with her son, Russell McBee, who is down with measles. Mrs. W. K. Shugars, of Liberty, win 'inrn tVin Intrnr n.irt of the WCt'lv and her many friends were mighty glad to see her again. representative of tho Life Insurance Co. The latter is n working the East End of the county in the interest of his comnanv. Miss Lena Burton, daughter of John D. Burton, of the West Nncl, had the misfortune to fall from the buggy in which she was tiding Wednesday, and received painful injuis ries. She was rendered unconscious and remained so for quite a while. Mrs. F. B. Barnetto and pretty daughter. Miss Edith Barnetto, of Hustonville, were in the citv Thursday nfternoon. Miss Ella Barnetto, another daughter of Mrs. Barnetto recently went to Augusta, Ga to do war work, a very commendablo PnnoV. fiwiirn at nttsDurgn, ra. Mrs. to visit friends. George Fish, little son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. McKenzie, is threatened with pneumonia. Mrs. Samuel Phelps, of Madison county, has been the guest of her relative, Mrs. R. C. Hocker. Mrs. Harry N. Jones and pretty little daughter visited relatives at Berea Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Susan Ycager returned Friday night from a protracted visit to her sister, Mrs. Joseph E. Johnston, PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mrs. John Adams, of Indianapolis, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. S. Campbell. Mr. M. H. Mason and son, Oscar Mason, went up to Corbin Saturday better. Heath Severance is over from Millcrsburg Military Institut for Easter. Misses Bettie and Ollie Havden. of Boyle, have been guests of Miss Ella Mae Saunders. Miss Mildred Beazley, of Lancaster, has been the guest of her aunt, Mi's. Will Hays, and family. Mrs. Annie Ncwiand has returned home from Lexington, where sha has been for several months with her daughter, Mrs. Marvin Adams. Dr. E. J. Brown went to Lancaster this morning to see his brother, Mr. W. H. Brown, who continues ill, but who is thought to be better. Mr. J. T. Blankenship is able to be out but continues very weak and has had to eive un his work for a time. Mrs. R. T. Fcwcll. of Rock Hill. S. S.. arrived this mornine: to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Higgins, and family. Mr. A. G. Eastland, of Louisville, who is in the citv workimr insumnre, paid for his I. J. Thursday for the 30th time. Pntty good record. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Moblcy. of Rowland, will have an Easter egg hunt at their home on the Crab Orchard nike, April list at 1 P. M. All children invited. Miss Emily Altsheler, of Louisville, and Thena Townsley, of Tulsa, Okla., students at Science Hill, came up with Miss Margaret Shanks for the Easter holidays. They compose a verv attractive trio. Joe Hill left Thursday afternoon for Newport, R. I., for training in the aviation department of the army. A large number of his friends and relatives were at the depot to bid him good bye and wish him good luck. William J. Yager, who has been in Louisville for some weeks, wna here Wednesday and Thursday. Ho left Thursday night to resume his work at Cleveland, O. He is with the Glidden Varnish Co., an immense concern of its kind. Marion F. Fields, stationed at Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Miss., is at his home at Hustonville for a furlough of several days. He is looking first-rat- e and snys camp Hie, while a little tough at times, isn't so bad as he had thought it would be. Cashier II. G. Skiles, of Crab Orchard, was hero Thursdav. He was accompanied by Mr. B. E. Coomes, Inter-Souther- Presbyterian Church March Jll Sunday School at 9: 15; F.nxU'c Service 1J; C. K. Meeting at fl:'50. of the Every Member convns" at the morning service. Union .t-- . e at the Christian church at f:l,". At the V,hoclist Sunilnv school in the court-lKat 0:30, in addition to regular 1msoii there will be givtir a short Easter program. The offering will go to the Orphan's Homo nnd it should lie large. At the same time nil the people coming to Sunday school nnd church are urged to brine a contribution of eggs that a full case may be sent to the orphans. Prenching services begin nt 10:15. Special mu' ic and Easter sermon. Christian Church Sundnv School nt 10 o'clock, R. M. Blackerbv. Supt. This will be "Church Membership Day" in th school, and everv member is urfjed to be present, helping to "put over" the attendance drive for two huntlnl and fifty. Decision Day will also observed ns this service begins the series of meefngs which will contiruc through the week. Lord's Supner nnd morning sermon, 11 o'clock Subject "The ResurrecObj 'ctive." tion and the Supreme Miss Warrnier, who is to lead the singing chiung the meeting, will meet the singes at .1:30. Christian Endeavor, G :o p. m. The union service will l.e held with this church, owing to the series of meetinrs, nnd Rev. Braxi'Iton will preach the sermon. Siilicct, 'A Woman's Curxe." Tho bi' offensive is on at tho First Mnpusu cnurcn ai uanvtijo. tr'.s is r ' drive ap nst sin. Come, peonle of Stanford md vicinity and Ivur Dr. I W. L. V iM.er in his arrnminu r.. f sin and thi result of its fK!ii on ,iot only individuals but rut-cn well. He '"lis you the p'ain story, of lio crucified Sav or in eloquent, f '(eful speech. He is a preacher that makes you bi' into your own heart and lif He ma'.v you think A great feature nf th meeting N the singing nf Mr. Chns. Butler, who is known all ivi-- the sintr-eUnited States as nn He possesses the mo-,wonderful baritone oice, that is full, rich, and sweet. C me and hear him. It is an opportunity of a life time. Also the regular choir composed of 40 voices, the children's choir of 100 voices. Great crowds and many conversions. Services Come, you are welcome. each evening at 7:30. A Baptist. Re-po- WITH THE CHURCHES. rt Auto Service to Danville Taylor Auto Livery Co., Danville BUICK CARS EXCLUSIVELY Careful and Experienced Drivers i c 1 r-- 9 00 a. m. Leave Danville Hotels Leave Stanford II 00 a. m. 30 p. m. Leave Danville Hotels. 4 00 p. m. Leave Stanford Special and Careful Attention to Packages which are carried and delivered . I at reasonable rates Leave Calls at Campbell House, No. 143, or Huffman's No. 271 Meat Store Rates: Stanford to Danville, $1.00 Taylor Auto Livery Co. Danville, Kentucky - "vt T "- rHTiMr"T " ' i it"! TV TitinTtdtt y tfflfcl ssWEsnsasraacsraraaTaagsrHa i SUNDAY "The Christian Sabbath IS IT i 1 NIGHT March 31 Saturday or Sunday?" WHAT SAYS THE BIBLE? HEAR THIS SUBJECT DY f. ' r r. 7:30p.m. Week Night Meetings I OLIVER L. DENSLOW I t HILL'S AUDITORIUM MON. APR!. 1 "The New Testa- WED. APR. 3 "Court Week ment Sabbath" Heaven" In THU. APR. 4 "The Lord has gloriously aided," telegraphs the Kaiser to his wife. Bill may yet hand out an iron cross to the Lord. Courier-Journal. The Bible Tncfitllfo UlblllUie ......t....-t-."-''.HIl"fw.tt tue. apr. ' "Return Unto Me" 2 I FRI. APR. 5 "When Was the "Is God Particu- Sabbath Changed" lar?" "t"""- r f i i t D s Lr Mu'j..' .? ' ' K JJU- Vooftex SJffl mama jM" D f N - j ?, "Mi'zcftgc MAKERS o n n .'1 .. V I -- Clevelznd jajCj New"Vbrk J One Hundred. New Coats We have just received in the last week more than One Hundred New Coats in all the new colors Quaker Gray, Pekin Blue, Navy, Black, Rose, Silvertone, Tweeds, Coverts, Etc., at most every price from $8.75 to $50.00. Many beautiful coats, priced $19.75 and $2500. :. Two Hundred New Tailored Suits At all prices from $15.00 to $65.00 in all the best colors and materials, and in spite the great advance in wool we are offering many very unusual values in suits made from PURE Wool Materials at $22.50, $25.00, $29.50 and $35.00. Two Hundred New Silk Dresses Dresses for any occasion and at all prices from $1 5.00 up. Silks are still practically at last year's prices and if possible will be in greater demand than ever before, as at present prices they are comparatively the cheapest dress you can wear. Special values at $17.50, $19.75 and $25.00. :! n Our TACKLE the TACKLE TACKLE Ladies' Furnishings We call special attention to our great assortments of Gossard, Front Lacing Corsets. Warner's Rust Proof Corsets and Redfern Corsets. Brassierres at all prices from 50c to $5.00. Silk Camisoles from $1 .00 to $3.00. Italian Silk Underwear, in Vests, Union Suits and Teddy Bears. The latest in Neckwear. BIG ONES Do not fail to inspect our large assortment of Reel Poles, Reels, Lines and Artificial Bait. :::::: J. II. and R. W. Hocker nrrived from Kansas Citv Thursday to help their mother, Mrs. Peggy Anno Hocker, celebrate her 91st birthday. Tho Messrs. Hocker are nrosnerincr In their Western home and are deserving of the many good things that are coming their way. Mrs. James N. Cash and daughter, Miss Clara Cash, of Lincoln county, visited Miss Lydin Lewis and Mrs. Bell Mariott last week. They were returning from Hattiesburg, Miss. Mr. Lafe Morgan, one of tho cleverest men in Lincoln county, was in this city on business last Saturday and was a welcome caller at this office. move. Messrs. A. B. Robertson & Bro Danville, Kentucky a Danville The Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Prop. t Stanford, Ky. Phono No. 2 Attorney J. ington, who speaker's burenu for 50 counties for the Liberty Loan drive, has named Hon. P. M. McRoberts, of this city, for Lincoln countv. Tho selection is an admirable one. P. M. McROBERTS Messenger. CHAIRMAN Richard Bush, of Lexis chairman of tho D d Page Six fi'he Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, WHAT THE LEGISLATURE DID The following is from thn non of T. B. Cromwell, of tho Cincinnati Enquirer: Tho people of Kentucky scorn to ho more than ordinarily well satisfied wiMi the work of thn General Assem- h'v which concluded its Inbon last Wednesdny night without finding U necessary to set baot the nlnek nnd without indulging in those wild scenes of disorder that mnrked tho closing of many previous sessions The liquor folks nnd those who art not in favor of prohibition are about the only persons who are registering n kick, barked up by mcri torious argument. They have no complaint to make of the I.eptelnt lire's "The Brand that Satisfies" proaction in suhnvUirg state-wid- e hibition to tho people. They were in for pa favor of doing that, but they do deCflHas been sold in your community clare that it was wrong to indorse tho national prohibition amendment ten years. without knowing certainly the views and wishes of the people of this com Ask your dealer for names of users. monwealth upon the question. and inquire of Until the people have had an opCJThen inspecl that property portunity to vote upon the question the gentlemen who occupied seats in the owner. the Senate and House during the sessafeguard your sion just closed have no means of IjjThat is the beit way to knowing iust what is the view of the interest. masses. They know the views of politicians, preachers, brewers and disbest advertisement. tillers, and the views of some of the J That's business nnd professional men, but they do not know the view of tho ON SALE BY people as n whole. The sincere drys nnd wets alike approve the action of the General Assembly in rcfusine to permit the political prohibitionists o put a ridT K. C. Beck, rnbbit king of Kansas, on the "Sheriff Mufr and Chief of Police hi nrnmisod to irivc every Kansas bill which wouH Smith with seven deputies made a negro drafted into the army the left have pernctuated the bootlegger and all that he represents in the saloon raid on nine places in Herveytown, him! foot ot a raiiuit. class localities of the state and pre Nicholasvillc, and n negro suburb of of- vented nn honest expression of the A Fort Wayne, Ind., snort has nine arrests on charges of illegal voters when they come to ballot on Willard-rul- . whisky sale were made. A quantity fered $110,000 for the tho prohibition amendment in Noton fight. and whisky wn found. of beer vember, 1019. The negroes arc praiseful of the lawmakers for having submitted to the people also, in November, 10 '0. an amendment to the constit'tion under which there can be an enactment whereby Judges and Sheriffs who fail to protect their prisoners from injury or destruction at the hands of a mob may be removed crsiS"""" H.&W. Pure Prepared Paint T..!l.1l..n...n tnr ll HnriMI' iiu JllllllllllK ill. i"""n nt the Front is a good deal like putt -- AltllcW ' " INVEST your money In the following prop, erties and reap the rich harvest in dividends. Each one of them it a SNAP and a ture money maker. This it the Golden Opportunity of your life to make money. Nothing tafer or surer than invettment in land. You will ave money by investing NOW. You will tee land higher this Fall than wat ever known. Land will never be any cheaper but will y advance from time to time until it reachet something like iti real value. And you are bound to know that all of our land values are too cheap if you will only take the trouble to make comparisons with values in other States and localities in this State. Mr. Renter, did you know that you could go in debt and take that one half that you give your land lord and soon pay for a place? Why slave your life away for some one else? Why not own your own farm and be a man? No. 29G 500 acres of land of which over 200 acres are cleared nnd of this 200 acres there are about 125 acres in good orchard grass and balance in cultivation. This farm is all under fence and plenty of good cross fences. It hns five houses, two of six rooms each, two of four rooms each and one of two rooms. It has two large tobacco barns. One of the barns is 100 feet long nnd todnv would cost $1,500 to build it. The other barn is an extra large barn nnd is tobneco ond stock barn combined. It is about 40x80. This place is well watered by wells, cisterns, springs, creeks, etc. Good tobacco land. You can raise $5,000 or $0,000 worth of tobacco alone on this farm in one season. It will produce ten barrels of corn to the acre. It is located at the head of Hanging Fork waters and there is never any fertilizer used on this land. It will make a splendid stock farm. A little rough but cheap as dirt. The price is only $25 per acre and terms $3,500 down and the balance at the rate of 0 per year until paid for. This farm will soon pay for itself. Over $3,500 worth of stuff was raised on the place this year and then just a small part in cultivation. It will pay you to investigate this as it will not be on the market long at this price. No. 297 The old Carpenter lot situated on the L. & N. railroad and would make a nice place for a coal yard, warehouse, business house of any kind being especially well located or can be subdivided into three building lots. This property is going to sell and at the right figure and easy terms. Investigate and pick a bargain. e No. 298 farm in Wayne county. Six room house and two porches. Good barn 30x00. ,00 acres cleared and all under good fence. 400 acres in fairly good timber. Well watered, etc., not far from railroad. There is a 20 barrel oil well on the place and the owner gets 8 royalty. There is to be more drilling on the place this year. Price for tho whole thine including the royalty in the oil well. Terms right. This place will make you money. No. 299 115 acre "arm on Buck Creek of which 75 acres are bottoms, balance hill side and upland that lays pretty well. This farm joins the faim in this county on which oil has been struck. It has two houses, one of five rooms and one of three, two barns, one 3Gx 50 and the other 30 x30. Good orchard and plenty of water. This place is leased to an oil company and it will be drilled on this year. The owner has an royalty. We will sell you the place for $1,500 and retain the royalty or will sell you the whole thing including the 8 royalty for only $1,800. This is a fine chance to speculate on the oil proposition and besides the land alone is richly worth the price. This little farm might make you rich. Many believe that Lincoln county will be one of the best oil producing counties in the State when degrad-uall$1,-00100-acr8 8 8 tig H &W The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. anti-shippi- the body in condition for nn invasion of tho germs of grip, pneumonia or t Spring fever" hero nt home. At this timo of the year most pcoplo suffer from iv condition often called Spring Fever. They feel tired, worn out, beforo tho day is hnlf thru. They may linvo frequent headaches nnd sometimes pimply" or pale skin and white lips. Tho reason for this is that during the wintertime, shut up within doors, eating too much meat nnd too little green vegetables, one heaps fuel into tho Bystein which is not burned up nnd tho clinkers remain to poison a clogging up of tho the system with inactive liver and kidcirculation neys. Time to put your house in order. For an invigorating tonic which will clarify the blood, put new life in tho body, sparkle to tho eyes, nnd n wholesome skin, nothing does so well as n glyceric herb extract made from Golden Seal root, Blood nnd Stone root, Oregon grapo root and Wild Cherry bark. This can be had in contablet form at venient, rendy-to-unil drug stores, sixty cents, and baa been sold for the past fifty years as Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery. By reason of the nerves feeding on tho blood, when the blood is pure tho nerves feel the effect, nnd neuralgia or other nerve pains disappear because such pain is the cry of the starved nerves for food. When suffering from se l..,nl-nnlin frmillntlf. pains here or there, or that constant tired feeling, the simple way to overcome tbete disorders is merely to obtain Dr. Pierce's Anuric from yout In tablets, sixty cents. druggist. rheumatic ir KCiltltV lirilW. 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. .H.Baughman&Co. INCORPORATED -- -- 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. M f 11 Every suit is for long wear. . - I -. I m s Robinson ' ''' anmamsmm tmmM Spring Sale on Good Used 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 Danville The Danville Buick Co. L. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Walnut Street, Phone 798 B. CONN, Prop. feel that they have been more fairly treated by this General Assembly than by any previous Legislature since the adoption of the present constitution, which needs to be supplanted by a newer and better one. They wera ivcn both senatorial and legislative and should have better to increase their representation in both houses for tho 1!)20 session. Senator Hiram Brook and Representative Jack Oliver worked untiringly for this accomplishment and the success in large measure is due to their efforts. The Democrats, with the "xcentien of a comparatively few intensely are so well pleased with the results that they are promoting a n'ove-nowith the expectation it will culminate in a gathc-V-- r at which the partv will be unitec for the fights it will have this vear a;'il rext with the Republican party, which until very recently seemec' to be holdinc a strong han with the ndnpcmlent voter. As Senator W. E. Rogers put it in the course of a conversation with the writer the other evon'ng, the democratic party's accomplishments under the present administration have been such as will enable Gov. A. O. Stanley, when he goes out on the stump next fall in support of nominees for United States Senator. Congressional Representatives and Judges of the Court of Appeals, will do able to take in one hand the Democratic platform of 1915 and in the other hand the Kentucky Statutes and say to the people: "Every pledge we made to vou in the last campaign has been written into law:" The appropriations made by the General Assembly at the session iust ended aggregate $1,150,000, but, unlike the action at the session of 1912 which was responsible for much of the heavy deficit inherited by the present administration, provision has been made for payment. The largest appropriations were made to the educational, charitable and penal institutions. There was no wanton passing out of the people's money. The Appropriations Committee, of which Senator Webster Helm, of Newport, was Chairman, was very painstaking in its work and trimmed closely. The adoption of the budget system and the reform in the tax levy were two hie; pieces of legislation that make for progress in tho state's affairs, while a third is the enactment for the enlargement of tho University of Kentucky's work and the providing of the means with which to do the work. The budget bill was one of the recommendations made by the State Tax Commission in its report to the Governor, and Chairman M. M. his associates on the commission and all its employees, to employ nn expression made by one of them, "feel under renewed obligations" to the state by reason of the support rendered to tho commission by the General Assembly. The County fax Commissioner, who suppliants the County Assessor, is in the future to fill the most important office in every county, and the compensation which is provided is sufficient to encourage good busi ness men to seeK it. Those who last fall were elected to the office of are to serve as County Tax Commissioners until tho end of the terms for which they were elector I years. Then only those who have obtained from tho State Tax Commission a certificate of qualification for tho office many enter tho primary for their party's nominations'. Tho County Tax Commission will be proviedo with an ofilce at the county seat, to which taxpayers are required to go nnd give in their property lists, and if they fail to appear, tho Commissioner must call upon them for their assessments. Other recommendations by tho State Tax Commissioner which wero put into the laws were: Appointment bv tho County Judge of a County Hoard of Supervisors, representing each magisterial district; payment of the Assessor, at least to part, beforo the completion of the rcdis-triction. er nt from office. The Republicans th-'- t 1 work of the County Board of Supervisors; holding of annual convention at Tax Commissioner of County Frankfort; simplification of the distribution of taxes collected by the state; removing obligation from the to pay taxes on property Purchaser February 1 each year; to list their requiring property for taxation or pay a penalty of 20 per cent, for their failure so to do; changing the date for property assessment from September compensa1 to July 1; increasing tion of County Clerks for making out tax bills and recapitulation sheets; increasing the annual appropriation for the State Tax Commisto $50,000 ansion from $15,000 nually; setting out the order in which r exemptions to a shali be allowed from tangible personal property; simplification of the collection of the tax of 1 2 per cant, on oil production; permitting Sheriff to notify by mail a taxpayer of any proposed increase of less than $200 in the assessed valuation of his property; permitting for State Commission to extend for good cause the time in" which a corporation is required to file a report for license tax, an making poll tax due immediately after the assessment is completed and payer owes no where the poll-taproperty tax. Several other bills which lnd the approval of the Tax Commission laws. One of these wa- - the measure removing the State Auditor as a member of the Tax Commission and giving the Governor the right to appoint a third member, who shall have no connection with the Auditor's office. There is a rumor to the effect that Auditor Robert L. Greene may resign his office, and that Governor Stanley may appoint hjm to this place, which he is now fillirg. It is expected that the first meeting of County Tax Commissioners ts house-keepe- 1-- 1 x bs-ca- m m One half of their expenses will be paid by tho counties in which they reside and the other half by the state. It is expected that uniformity of assessment of property will result from the instructions they receive at the annual meetings. at Frankfort will be held in May. WEALTHY STANFORD WIDOW WOULD MARRY AGAIN "Now that my stomach trouble has all disappeared since taking a course of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy I would even consider getting married again. I cannot tell you how terribly I suffered before taking this great remedy." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. The Lin. coin Pharmacy and Tho Penny Drug Store. It Mrs. P. 11. Broaddus bought at commissioner's salu the farm owned by her late husband at $224. It lies within two miles of Richmond and is in two tracts. veloped. No. H)0 05 acres of knob land lies back of Jumbo. It has no im- Lo-gai- i, A Grippe Epidemic Every winter Health Boards warn against this weakening to resist it You should strengthen yourself against grippe by taking disease which often strikes those who are least prepared As-sess- TOJT11 'EMULSION! which is the cream of cod liver oil, refined, purified and so skilfully prepared that it enriches the blood streams, creates reserve strength and fortifies the lungs and throat Don't delay It may mean much. provements but is good.strong land. It has 100,000 feet of good saw timber. One of the very best timbered tracts in the county. Just figure this out. Our price is only $1,500. Terms one half down and balance in one nnd two yenrs with six per cent. Better look this one over. e No. 301 farm of as good hemp nnd tobacco land as you can find in the State. Just u little over a mile from a splendid town and on good pike, facing pike for a considerable distance and can be ensily divided in two or three smaller farms. This fnrm has magnificent two story residence of 12 rooms, large tenant house, five large tobacco barns, etc. This farm produced over $15,000 in tobacco alono for the last season. A good portion of it is yet in blue trrass sod. This is n money mnker. The owner is getting old and his boys are all in the war is tho only reason for selling. The price is right nnd terms could not be better for he had rather have the notes than cash. This is one of the best farms in the State and it will pay you to look it over. No. 302 Nice two story residence of ten rooms, two barns, one acre of land, city water, etc. Only one milo e from tho and price only $1,500. You could not begin to build the houso for this money. It is too cheap to stay on the market long. Give it n look. We have a number of farms in nil sizes and ranging in prices front $000 up to $50,000. Como to see us and let us show you what wo have. If you want to buy or sell consult us. If you nro thinking of going in business, see us. Wo havo several splendid business opportunities. 205-acrcourt-hous- Hughes & McCarty Office Phone 180 Residence Phones 152 nnd 184 use Scott & scorn J. IMS STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Refuse Substitutes Uowdd. BlousCeM. N. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, First Street discussing the wonderful person. inventions brought nbout by the wnr. "Yes, sah," one said, "an' a friend of mine who knows nil nbout it, says dis hend man Edison has done cone nnd invented n magnetized bullet dnt enn't miss n Gcrmnn, knso of derc's one in n hundred yards dc bullet is drawn right smack ngninst his steel helmet. Yes, snh, nn' he's done invented another one with n return attachment. Whenever dat bullet don't hit nothin' it comes right 3traight to the American lines." "Dat's what I calls inventin'," exclaimed the other. "But, say, hew about dem comin back bullets'.' What do dey do to keep dem from hiltin' ouah men?" "Well, mah friend, didn't tell me nbout it, but if Mr. Edison made 'em you can bet yoah life he's got 'em trained. You don't suppose he'd let 'cm kill any Americans, do you? Nc sah, he's got 'cm fixt ro's dey jes case right back clown around do gunner's feet and say: 'Dcy's all dead in dat trench, boss. Send me to a live plncc where I's got a chanct to do somethinV" EDISON TRAINED BULLETS Two negroes were wnlking nlong HEALTH TALKS An overtired person is a poisoned Page Severs Ho is poisoned by his own products nrising from the chemical processes of cellular life. These wastes circulate in the blood poisoning the brain nnd nervous system as well as muscles and glands until normally burned up by the oxygen of the blood, removed by the Less Week liver or kidneys, or eliminated through the lungs. When one labors beyond one's limin 1917. its these wastes nccumulnte faster than the body, functioning normally, can throw them off. The result is exhaustion, depleted vitality nnd a lowering of the worker's nowers of resistance to disease. Early physical decay then threatens. While for years it has been recognized that certain occupations are dangerous, such as or processes where dust or lint fills the is now known that in n modern nir, it factory cr an oflico or store, where work of ordinary difficulty is performed, if the hours of labor arc unduly prolonged, the poison of fatigue works its havoc in the system just as surely as does the dust inhaled by the marblf grinder. 10 cents per week of less A SISTER'S TRIBUTE In many cases the last persons to Mrs. Cerettie Wren nnd her infant comprehend the menace of fatigue goes to packer in profits. babv were buried in the same grave are the workers themselves. in the Ephesus cemetery March 18th Gov Stanley hns signed the bill She was a daughter of Mr. and Mm converting live stock into James II. Johnson, n brother, Land-Mr- abolishing the Prison Board and getting it into the hands of Wren was 22 years of nge.The Board of Control of five members. baby was born the 14 th of March nnd The new board will be appointed for the retail dealer, the packer performs was dead at birth and the mother two years, after which will prevail. Chairman Hines, lived three dnys and the Lord took complex and essential service her to rest with her little one. She of the Prison Board, probably will be was a good christian nnd a member chairman, at $3,000 and Prison Comof efficiency. of the Ephesus Baptist church. She missioners Herbert Carr and Thomas was loved by every one who knew Hatcher and J. Forest Butts and her. She told her mother that she John A. Burton, Democratic memwas willing and ready to die nnd ask- bers of the Board of Control, will The above statement is based on ed for her loved ones to meet her serve. R. A. Cook and Dr. Arch Dis-oSwift & Company's 1917 figures Republican members of Board above. Besides her husband she leaves n father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. of Control, will be dropped. The new and Federal Census data: Jamsc H. Johnson, a brother, Land-mo- n board may retain a secretary for the Johnson and two sisters, Miss prisons and for the State hospitals. Clara Johnson and Mrs. Simon Swift & Company's total output A TEXAS WONDER All stood by when the Death (Meat and byproducts) - 5,570,000,000 Pounds Angel called her to rest. The Texas Wonder cures kidney We want to thank the kind people and bladder troubles, dissolves grav-1- , Swift & Company's total Profit who stood over her through her illcures diabetes, weak and lame ness and death and we feel sure the backs, rheumatism, and all irregular$34,650,000.00 Lord will bless them. ities of the kidneys and bladder in Services were held by Revs. Brock both men and women. Regulates Profit per pound $.0062 and Dishon and a large number of bladder troubles in children. If not her friends were at the funeral. A sold by your druggist, will be sent by Sister. U. S. Meat Consumption mail on receipt of $1.00. One bottle is two months' treatment, and sel170 pounds per person per year HELPED HIM IN dom fails to perfect a cure. Send for 170 pounds at $.0062 $1.05 per person per year A WEEK'S TIME sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St Louis, Mo. The average family 4 persons Practically Well Of Rheumatism Sold by druggists. $4.72 per family per year New Tanlac Since Taking Radium Treatment The stockholders of the Mercer 1918 year book of interesting and When E. E. Sammons, 3630 Wood-bur- n County Fair Association met at last Saturday and elected avenue, Evanston, Cincinnati instructive facts vent on request. Neale, president; John Dunn, started taking Tanlac Rheumatism P. S.vice president; Address Swift & Company, first Treatment a week ago he was down vice president: ClellJoe Dean, second Coleman secre Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois in bed and had been for six weeks. tary and Curry Dedman recording Todav he is up and around; does secretary and treasurer. The date not suffer any at all from rheumatism pains, and says he is going back for holding the great fair is fixed for to work soon. He gives Tanlac Rheu- July 30, 31 and August 1 and 2. The matism Treatment all the credit for old Board of Directors, who have been so ctlicient, was his remarkable improvement A. "My rheumntism got so bad that Discontinuance of all freight and I had to quit work and the last six passenger solicitation weeks I haven't been able to get out vidual linnstraitic lipnn nrilnrnfl by indi&w2'z99V0ZP3 hns liv nnnli of bed," said Mr. Sammons. "I had three regional aches and pains and twinges all over of theThis action will railroad direceliminate milmy body. The pains were worse in tors. my left side. They'd start in my hip lions of dollars' expense and trans- DAVIS' STORE icr tnousands or men to other rail Our neighbor D. B. Robinson pur- and run down my leg. but nothing road service. "I chased a fine black jack from Will helped tried everything me. Cordier for $500. Halcolm L. McBride, of Cleveland, read in the papers about Henry Brummett has moved in the lac"IRheumatism Treatment and Tan- nas been appointed to take charge of sent theaters house with T. M. Boone. and entertainments in the my wife for a bottle.. That was just army C. G. Boone is in Somerset visiting: a week ago today and in just one Klaw, training camps to succeed Marc Sam's assistance in the near future. week Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment of New York, who resigned If Uncle Sam could manage for has improved me so much that I'm because of pressing personal affairs. "Gray" to have a private talk with out pains 'the the Kaiser, that peace would be at and of bed; allhave aches and twinges disappeared enonce declared, is our opinion. tirely, and my limbs don't hurt me a O. L. Jones had a fine mule to get bit any more. killed by running into the barn and "The radium emanations in Tanstriking his head against a joist. lac Rheumatism Treatment certainly Ephraim James is in a serious con- do work. I'm practically a well dition with something like poison manthe I surely want to recommend and oak. this medicine to everybody suffering G. B. Boone, who has moved out from rheumatism." Have for sale all kinds of Farm and beyond Crab Orchard, was in this If you suffer from rheumatism get No. 11852 neighborhood last week. His eyes are Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment today City Property. Any information dePercheron of extreme style and fin- much improved and ho can see to and get a real medicine for this sired will be cheerfully given. Call ish. As a breeder he has shown that travel by himself. dreaded complaint. You can get Tan- or phone 32, Junction City, Kentucky Judson P. Robinson, son of D. B. lac Rheumatic Treatment at The he is in a class by himself. His colts speak for him. Beautiful chestnut, Robinson, who enlisted in the U. S. Penny Drug Store. It 16 2 hand and weighs 1600 pounds. Navy nearly three weeks ago, will leave the 28th of this month for the Will stand at training station at Newport, Rhode Island. He wishes his many friends $12.50 to Insure a Mare in Foal good luck while he is absent in the which is a low fee, considering the defense of his country. Refinishing of furnisomewhat abated Measles have horse. Will stand at my stable on Stomach Caused This ture and piano polishseems to be And Soar the Crab Orchard pike, three miles in this section but there ing done in first-clas- s a general complaint of other from Stanford. Lady Much Suffering. style by Relieved. B. W. GAINES s ob printing at the R. F. D. No. 1 Stanford, Ky. tprinr .Tnnrnn Meadorsvllle, Ky. Mrs. Pearl Pat rick, of this place, writes: "I was Whitley Ave. very constipated. I had sour stomach and was so uncomfortable. I went to It Cost the Average Family Than 10c Per for Packer's Profit LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE a year it has become the man's cigarette for the men who are IN The Meat Bill is one of the large items in the family budget working over here, and fighting over there. lend-workin- g but The reason? Because it's made of Burley pipe tobacco and because than the In meat and it IT'S TOASTED s. four-year-ter- a with the maximum n. l'e-tre- y. .... Har-rodsbu- 0J Guaranteed by IMOOnORATKO Swift & Company u. s. ss Billy Sunday will spend three months in the trenches at the battle front, fighting the devil, according to his son, Lieut. George A. Sunday, United States Signal Corps, who is at Atlantic City on a short furlough. Indiana is to have a Derby day. This innovation is being arranged by the Indiana State Fair management and will be held on August 31, the Saturday preceding the opening of the State Fair on Labor Day. PH'ysm A wM lioc a "Letral Guarantee IJond." How can you aiTorJ to take chances against hoe cholera when you can cet this remedy on such terms? Mr.i-arme- i ninKot it. that Is sold under I Legally GUARANTEED CURE hero s a remedy lor cholera Erin iwi At All DnurcliiU. UUUKHUM HUM BUT COMPANY. Letlngton. Ky, PMIBaaiHKHHfiHHBaHUMMMSBHKHHMi Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy t tin only romMy ovrpnt apt hat Ispairantoe'I tneuronnl prorrnt hnsfcbnlprui known rnnKljr, It dot tho work letter than nny otherGallon $5 uu. or It wnuM not lionold oa I euchntitronxKuaruntvo. Uunrt.Sl.riO. isnMI filinlann VliUIIBI Cfl BlUCj) Nnn cSalBBkp- Hv LV J. S. Bonta & Co. Real Estate LOOK! For Sale in Mississippi We have some fine black SIR RAY Prairie Alfalfa Farms, some in Brown Loam Belt, and Delta Farms. CONSTIPATION Inside Painting Our Representative for this section has 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. Black-Draug- ht High-clas- A. Shanks Address Interstate Realty PAUL FINCH, Manager 1108 Fayette Bank BIdg. Co. We will put them on (or you and change your old tires the price you jvould, Into new ones at about one-ha" "J" have to pay for new tires, i J J" Your tire comes Into our plant, wonTand scarred service, and we deliver it back to you" the same from tire made oversize and vith 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 tire. lf non-skid Ym Can Get 5,000 to 10,000 More Miles' Tires.' out of them by using Gates Half-Sol- e Are absolutely guaranteed for 3.500 mile ol wear without many users are averaging from 6,000 to 10,000 milts, ?uacture-an- dget this kind of guaranteed service from any tire on the market without paying two or three times the cost of a Gates GATESSlRES ' the doctor. He gave mo some pills. They weakened mo and seemed to tear up my digestion. They would gripe me and afterwards It seemed I was more constipated than before. I heard of Black-Draugand decided to try It. I found It just what I needed. It was an easy laxative, and not bad to swallow. My digestion soon Improved. I got well of the sour stomach, my bowels soon seemed normal, no more griping, and I would take a dose now and then, and was In good shape. I cannot eay too much for Black-Draught Orchard, Now is the time to plan your Lawn and Garden! P. O. Box 486, Lexington, wy, R day. Our large descriptive catalog of reliable Fruit and Shade Trees, Small Fruits, Shrubs, bvergreens, Grapes, Seed Po 3 toes. Strawberries, Asparagus Etc., if free upon inquiry. We have WO AGENTS. Write to. 1 VULCANIZING Bring us your damaged Auto Casings. 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. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS Lexington, Ky. for it Is the finest laxative H..K.e.,re..LETUSSHOWYOuf Don't throw away another worn tire until you have Investigated' the Gates Hall-bolll you are paying me nre cms you win dk interested and we are ready to show you how to keep In your own pocket a big part of the cost of new tires and get better tire service one can use." Thedford'B Black-Draughas for many years been found of great valuo In the treatment of stomach, liver and bowel troubles. Easy to take, gentlo and reliable in its action, leaving no bad it has won the praise of thousands of people who have used after-effect- It NC-13-5 International Rubber Sales Company G. H. MASTERS, Local Agent, Stanford, Ky. J. B. Williams, Mgr., Danville, Ky. Six thousand aliens will lose their right to conduct business in Chicago May 1, when the new ordinance passed by the City Council, refusing licenses to all persons not United States citizens, takes effect. Brewers, saloon keepers, restaurant keepers, tailors, bakeries, junk dealers und all classes where a license from the city is required, will be affected by the new law. Aberdeen-Angu- s Southdown Sheep, Duroc-Jersey Cattle Hogs The best bloodlines is represented in High-clas- s each of these famous breeds. The Anderson Garage Stanford, Ky. individuals for sale at all times. R. F. D. No. 5 E. V. CARSON Stanford, Kentucky Page Eight rp The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, March 29, 1918 W. L. Ncal, of Morcland, sold to Allen the yearling Angu Steele Shelby bought .13 bull ho advertised in this paper for cattlo nt $31.50. At Grover Hollndny's salo In Alnir $100. Jersey cow belonging to Mrs. A old heifers sold nt $80. Milton Powell, of Adair, sold a J. W. Lunsford made a good butter at the Creamery the other Shorthorn cow and calf for $207.50. fat test tested 0.7 per cent., making Shell Oatts, of Boyle, sold to J. day. It The nvorno Lee Murphy, of Hedgevlllc, HO sevenis pounds of butter.cent. The motest four to Ave per shouts at 18c. " J. M. Cover boucrht In Pulaski ther of the cow tested seven per county a pair of maro cent. S. Scudder, of McKlnney, told R. mules for $550. Carpenter 0. Crutcher & Bros., Versailles, the I. J. nt the would stand sale Wedthis year recently sold 2ft rmilna nf nn aver nesday that he his great stallion, All Peavino, his age ot 5S7& each. n grey jack and the iranK martin and his neighbor, Murphy jnck, a great trio.Their Bill deMr. Coy, bought fiO sheep of scription and podigree will appear in for $1,200. Brack Cnln. nf Adnir. onl.l n marc these columns in a few days. mule to W. L. Grady for $225 and OF INTEREST TO FARMERS another to Tom Wooten for $100. Owing to the great quantity of John M. Anion, of Garrard, pur- Minml n Ann nnit fl.. ..nnr.nlrl faulty corn being fed in the country, black mare mules In Jessamine for it becomes highly necessary in order to protect your stock, thatt they be $050. D. M. Anderson, of the Prcach-ersvilvaccinated as soon as practicable. It section, bought of Hnrvcy is almost impossible to cure a diseasMcBeath a registered Black Polled ed animal, while if it be vaccinated Angus calf for $125. beforehand its powers of resistance Lincoln Wells, of Casey,, sold n lot are incrensed and becomes almost of the hemp seed advertised in this immune. The State Board desires paper to Silas Messer, of Iho West that all precautions be taken in orEnd, at $G.50. He says it pay J to ad- der to stamp out cholera in hogs, black leg in cattle and this can only vertise in the I. J. At Eugene Harmon's sale in Boyle be done by having your stock vaccin-ntc- d by an experienced veterinarian. work mules brought $465 a pair, horses $100 to $15(5, cows SfiO to Vaccinated hogs are better feeders SRfi. nnitimn owns with Inmlio .1H In and take on flesh very rapidly. John $2(1.25, yearling steers $30 to 'JIO, Uook, Veterinarian. heifers about the same money. Lot High-clas- s job printing at the Inof damaged corn sold at $3.75 in the "3 terior Journal oflico field. LAND. STOCK AND CROP PUBLIC SALE Car Load of Work Mares ... Gilbert WRI61EYS 5S2P Keep WRIGLEY'S In mind as the longest-lastin- g confection you can buy. Send it to the boys at the front. mf jTsMtQuoBkdBLtilvjY !"' ""-"- " ld I will offer for sale a car load of good Work Mares, at well-know- be sold regardless of price. Anyone in need of anything in this line cannot afford to miss this opportunity. Don's forget the date and place of sale The mares are Ky. Junction City,gear, and will all ready for the tt le Saturday, March 30 :00 O'clock, rain or shine 1 R. E. Benedict, Junction City, Ky. Capt. Geo. Tooms, Auctioneer ffi EI i m Having disposed of my farm, ic Sale I van will on Sale of Bank Stock and Lots As Executor of Cicero Reynolds, I hhpWar Time Economy mm In Sweetmeats package of WRIGLEY'S will give you several days enjoyment: it's an investment in benefit as well as pleasure, for it helps teeth, breath, appetite, digestion. a 5-ce- nt SmI Tuesday, April 2,1918 at 1:30 P. M. will at 2 p. m. sell to the highest and best bidder, at the place, on and Danville turnpike, Harris' Creek, about two miles from Moreland, the following: One horse mule, 6 years old, a good worker; one mare mule, 8 years old, good worker; one red cow and calf, 6 years old; one Jersey cow, 4 years old, to be fresh soon; one Jersey cow, 8 years old, good milker; one extra brood sow and 7 shoats. A lot of thoroughbred Plymouth Rock Hens. Boy's bicycle, good; one turning plow; two 1 horse buggy and harness; one cultivators; one rubber-tir- e Bohon wagon, new; one new mowing machine; one Disc harrow. About 50 shocks of cut fodder, in barn; a lot of corn; one orchard spray; 100 locust posts; some lumber. Lot of work gear. Also a lot of household and kitchen furniture, and other things too numerous to mention. TERMS Amounts under $10, cash in hand; over that amount, six months' bankable note. Hus-tonville Saturday, April 13, 1918 in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale publicly, 10 Shares of Stock in Lincoln County National Bank; 10 Shares in Lincoln Trust Company; 2 Shares of First National Bank n of Stanford; 96 4 Shares Life Insurance Co., of Louisville; a vacant lot on Water Works Street, adjoining Colored School Building, 62 feet in width; the vacant lot on the same street, adjoining water works plant, being all of that lot as now fenced, less 249 feet on east side; the house and lot on Lancaster street occupied by Mr. Hawkins and lots in rear of same. This property will be off eredtir parcels consisting of house, lot and garden; second, the vacant lot adjoining on south and east sides, and then as a whole, and the bid accepted which realizes the greater sum. Inter-Souther1- -4 Chevy It After Every Meal The Flavor Lasts I -- ch II Terms announced on day of sale. sTiiiiiiiie sfiBftir m HII,M,II nt 1 1 O J.iilMMH PISESiMMMaMl 55 BMl milliiirs J. R. Barnes, R. D. 2, Shelby City COL. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. J. B. PAXT0N, Executor of Danville and moved it to his Mr. F. L. Thompson, the, popular monument business on Cemetery hill. This will materially increase drummer, was here today. Harry Jacobs, the Stanford rconu-me- of granite and marble monuments. man, has bought out the mar- Mr. Metcalf will retire from the f, monument business. ble and granite stock of M. J. Met-cal- JACOBS BUYS OUT METCALF Mr. Jacobs' already complete stock: 9 CO I H a I SAVE and SERVE Buy War Savings Stamps 2 S B W H W A 3 0 m OUR BOYS are going into the front line trenches in the battle for civilization. They the front line of Defence. Do you want them to lose through lack of supplies? Don't do your BIT but do your BEST BUY THRIFT STAMPS 25 Cents WAR SAVINGS STAMPS $4.14 This Month THEY ALSO SERVE WHO STAY AT HOME AND SAVE This Space Contributed By a. , S. 99 m n .e 25 H. G. SKILES, Local Agent B. E. COOMES, Special Agent c 5w V) Inter-Southe- rn Life Insurance C& LOUISVILLE, -J- it ST "5 H I - - - KENTUCKY ICA ,i ul. I .