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No. 27 The iNTEKiot Journal j- "Kavanau tcoi" t tr The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, April 2, 1918 MUCH h, Tuesdays and Fridays DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Joseph Bolton is in jail at Padu-cacharged with killing his wife. Protests against the bifl prohibitAllen Edclcn, a sorrel gelding for ing the teaching of German in the $400. public schools are being received by John Eaton sold his farm near Gov. Stanley. Public, Pulaski county, to Wm. BulAt Coshocton, O., a mob of aplock for $3,000. proximately COO visited 16 homes Thomas & Reeves, of Madison and forced about 30 to a, county, sold to Ira Lanter, of kiss the flag and say "To hell with 111., a jack for $600. the Kaiser." Charles Mize, of Valley Oak, PuHenry Cohen, who was to inform laski county, sold to John Eaton, of the authorities about a man higher farm for up in gambling in New York, was Conrad, his 100-acr- o $5,500. shot to death seven hours before he Lawrence Roberts, of Harrison was to testify. county, sold 1,C75 pounds of tobacThe staid old city of Philadelphia co for $010.80 that he raised on one has become so immoral that Secre acre of land. tary Daniels of the Navy may be Jacob Tucker has bought of H. B. compelled to take drastic actions to acre farm on the curb the conditions. Peel his thirty-fiv- e Lexington pike for $200 per acre. Seven hundred hotel men of WashDanville Messenger. ington City, by a rising vote, agreed Robert B. Woods has sold to H. C. to comply with Mr. Hoover's request Wray, for James R. Bcazlcy, now at that all wheat and wheat products be Newport News, Va., his abolished for a while. saddle marc for $250. Dr. David Barrow's hospital unit The seed corn advertised by J. N. has received orders from WashingGreen went like hot cakes and he ton to. report at Camp Zachary Taysold out soon after the I. J. got cir- lor, where the enlisted men of the AND CROP draft mnrcs sold at Shelbyvillo at an average of $207.50. Frank Robinson, of Boyle, sold to LAND. Twenty-thre- e STOCK Ar-gent- ld culated among its thousands of readers. R. W. Harberson, of Boyle, has sold to the Perryville Roller Mills 100 barrels of corn at $8. He sold to Briscoe Crain a lot of damaged corn at $4. G. Burnside, of Garrard, sold to Embry McWhorter, a young Red Berkshire sow for $100; another to James Elmore for $100 and to W. B. Turley, of Richmond, a boar pig for J. $25. John F. Stephenson, of the East End, bought of H. C. Baughman, seven steers at $65, of T. W. Jones seven at $60 and of another party one of the same class for $65. Squire J. T. Dudderar has a sow which has had seven litters of pigs 80 in all and has raised 71 of them. She is half Berkshire and half Poland China. He refused $110 for her and says that $150 would not buy her. There were 3,100 cattle on the Richmond market and it was one of the biggest and best courts held 700-pours five-year-o- ld Fi--- k1 there Jn.alon&tnne-oweBerade- aoWas.higha,'9c s wJiile-the' best on the market went up to 13c. They sold rapidly and all of the buyers were not supplied. Mules were strong, many changing hands all the way from $100 to $250. A good crowd was present and the day was a lively one in all lines of business. DOING TOO MUCH TALKING. Some of the of this county are doing too much talking, and if a stop is not put to it p. d. q. they are going to be called to account for their utterances. This is no time for such evidences of disloyalty and the public is in no condition to stand it, and will not do so. It is sincerely hoped that this hint to the wise will prove sufficient. Mrs. Samuel Phelps and Mr. William Phelps motored down from Madison the other day and were guests of Mrs. M. A. Phelps at R. C. Hocker's. CAULDER EXPRESSES THANKS Wo wish to thank our white friends, who so liberally assisted us in making the dinner for our boys who left Friday for Camp Zachary Taylor, a successful one. We are ever so grateful to those who gave blankets, Bibles or money, and even those who spoke a word of encouragement, in order that their "send-off- " might be a cheerful one. Rev. A. L. Caulder. Nature Cures, The Doctor Take the Fee. There is an old saying that "Nature cures, the doctor takes the fee." but as everyone knows you can help Nature very much and thereby enable it to effect a cure in much less time than is usually required. This is particularly true of colds. ' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy relieves the lungs, liquifies the tough mucus and aids in its expectoration, allays the cough and aids Nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. SUPERVISORS FINISH TODAY The supervisors will complete their work today, after being in session somo ten days. They have made many "raises," it is reported. ft' "I havo used Chamberlain's Liniment for pains in the chest and lameness of the shoulders due to rheumatism, and am, pleased to say that it has never failed to give me prompt relief," writes Mrs. S. N. Finch, Ba-tavi- Rheumatism Paint Relieved. a, N. Y. The President has set aside $250,- - 000 from his $100,000,000 war emer gency fund for the use of the Commission on Training Camp Activities in establishing additional reformatory facilities and houses of detention for delinquent girls and women found near military camps. MISS WkLLOU'S GOOD TALK THE LATEST WAR NEWS BANKERS MEET HERE FRIDAY INTEREST MANIFESTED Ghapeftjexorciscs of more than Sunday afternoon, Mr. O. L. Dens- The Teuton army hns come to a All the bankers of Lincoln county low, who has for the past two weeks nrHnflrVwnPortanco wnro VipIiI nt. will meet in Stnnford Friday next, halt in Picnrdy, though at the exbeen conducting The Bible Instituto the StaHfird High School Monday, 5th, and at 10:30 in the morning treme western edge of tho battlefield, horo in Hill's Auditorium, spoke at when Mta Katherino Warriner, who they will gather at the around Morcuil, the encounters have the Highland Methodist church at .is lcadinpsthe singing at the Chris-2:3- where nn organization will be per- been savage. The British there claim chuiji. rendered two beautiful fected for the sale of the Third Lib- to have driven back the enemy. On The church was filled to ovcr-tia- n flowing and the audience gave tho selections'?! Rev. Brazelton was also erty Loan Bonds. Lincoln county the Oise, the French hnvc attacked best of attention. Ho spoke on tho present,. bat the chief speaker of tho will bo asked to dispose of about vigorously nnd surged over the lost war. After reading many quotations morning was Miss Ellen Bnllou, the $125,000 worth of the bonds and she ground tightening their lines ngainst from speeches by the kaiser which school's efficient and popular teach proposes to do it, and do it quickly. a counter thrust. The weather is implainly show that his ambition was or of instrumental music. She re- These bonds bear 4 4 per cent, and peding the Germans, who show a disto establish a world empire, he then turned last week from n. arc far better than bank stock. They position to try to dig themselves in. called attention to the prophecy of stay with a friend living in Chilli- - are absolutely safe and an invest- It is not probable that the German Dan. 2, which plainly teaches that cothe, Ohio, and while there visited ment that can not be had every day. General Staff will be content with there will never again be a world Stanford's soldier boys who are in At noon the bankers and invited the situation as it stands today. training at Camp Sherman. An of- guests will dine at The Princess, Many believe that there is in prepaempire. At the night service here he spoko ficer there remarked that Camp Sher- where nn excellent dinner will be ration another giant blow against Official reports from Rome to a large audience on the subject man contained the finest set of men spread. The actual work for the Italy. of the Sabbath. "Every true doc- in pie United States, to which she bond sale will begin Monday, when say that there has been considerable know that is true of two Col. John R. Allen, of Lexington, activity on the Asingo plateau and trine must lead to Christ," declared replied Mr. Denslow in his oponing remarks, of them,, for they are boys from the will ntldress the people at the court along the Paive River and that in l in which I teach and house. He will explain the urgency Albania, on the eastern shore of the and that the Seventh Day Sabbath town leads to Christ can be established I know that they were so when they of the sale of the bonds and tell of Adriatic, the Austrians have been rebeyond the shadow of a doubt. Con- came here." She referred to Harry the splendid investment they arc. pulsed after an attack on u position tinuing he said, "The Sabbath was Rcinhart" and Wallace Singleton. She Col. Allen is a magnetic speaker, held by the Italians. Fighting around Moreuil has been made for man, and John 1 :l-- 3 teach- paid a splendid tribute to the order and i great crowd will likely gather es that all things were made by and cleanliness of the camp and wa3 to hear him. The ladies, who arc ex- unusually intense. The town changed Christ, and without him was not any- greatly impressed by the spirit of pected to be of much service in the hands four times, finally to be capthing made that was made, then the the soldier Inys. The Y. M. C. A., enmpaign, are urgently invited to tured by the British and French at Sabbath being one of the all things, she stated,, is a most important fac hear Col. Allen. Mr. J. S. Hocker. the point of the bayonet. South of must have been made by Christ." tor in keeping conditions as they president of the First National Bank, the Somme, in the Luce district, the unit are already in training. Brig. Gen. Roger Williams, of Furthermore it was made at Creation jre. Those vho did not hear Miss is chairman for Lincoln county in British have restored their line after Lexington, has been held physically and given to Adam, the father of the Ballou mjssed a real treat. The the Liberty Loan Bond sale and he vigorous counter thrusts which sent unfit, and the examining board at human family as a blessing for him school hopes to have her speak again is already laying his plans to "go the enemy back. From Marcclcave - f. over the top" in the disposition of to the Somme also the Germans were Washington has recommended his and all his descendants, for we read soon. ?2 them. repulsed. In the neighborhood of that on the seventh day God ended retirement from active service. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Serre the British advanced their Hite Clements, of Springfield, was his work, wherefore the Lord blessed Mrs. Martha Land, aged 98, is DONATED ALL RIGHT. lines, capturing 230 prisoners and 40 shot to death at Fairfield, Nelson the seventh day and hallowed it, that dead at Nicholasville. set it apart for a sacred use, 100,000 Americans The Interior Journal said last is- machine guns. with M. county, and his brother-in-laAccording to the Somerset News, sue that it regretted that more at- arc ready to join the French in their The Sabbath was given as a memo whom he had had previous trouble, rial of Creation: God intended that Somerset is to have an oil exchange. tention was not given to the request counter attacks. Many already are is in jail charged with the killing. John Snodgrass, aged 70, is dead that donations be made for the en- on their way to the front. The GerDeclaring that all he has he owes thru the observance of the Sabbath e man would never forget his maker in the Piasley section of Wayne tertainment of the colored boys who man gun again bombardcitizen to America, a foreign-bor- n and so be led to worship idols of county. Ha was an old Union soldier. left for Camp Taylor Friday. The ed Paris, but with few casualties. Ameriof New York has offered two subChrist came Premier Lloyd George, in anAbe Levenson, of Somerset, has writer did not then know that can flags made of diamonds and wood and stone. When to live here among men, he declared just received two registered letters scriptions had been made by many nouncing the appointment of Genother precious gems as prizes in the that he came not to do his own will from hisfj'mother in Russia that were of the merchants and others to the eral Foch as commander of the alcoming Liberty Loan campaign. but the will of him that sent him, mailed $11914. preachers and others who had the lied armies, told England to be preand Douglas FairCharley and again, before his departure, he dinntr and entertainment in charge. pared for sacrifices. He declared banks are to visit Kentucky next Tho proposition to vote 10 cents kept my father's comWe thought it a departure from the through the bravery of the month in the interest of the forth- said, 'I have additional I tax on each $100 for road general custom for the business men that mandments.' In the very center of British troops the first crisis of the coming Liberty Loan campaign. Mr. the command to purposeSjwas defeated in Mercer of Stanford not to respond liberally German drive had been stemmed. Fairbanks will speak at Louisville, the Father's law is day as the Sab- county by '98 votes. observe the seventh to any and all good causes. A British destroyer struck a mine April 13, and Mr. Chaplin will deA. P'. ICJaldwell, a prominent citibath, therefore Christ must have Monday and sank, it is officially anliver an address at Bowling Green, been an observer of the seventh day zen offjtke Paint Lick section, is FISCAL COURT IN SESSION. nounced. One officer and forty men April 19. as the Sabbath of God. In this He dead. He( was clerk of the Tate's The fiscal court is in session to were lost. Indiana becomes a dry state after Creek Baptist Association. day. The levy for this year will be midnight tonight, and from that time has set us an example, for He has of Shelby fixed, the turnpikes will be cut off ROBBERS WORK ON COOPER. Hammonds, Dr. said that we ought to follow in Hi3 it will be unlawful to sell liquor in steps." Many questions have been City, isispbrting a new Dodge car. While coming from St. Paul, into sections so the farmers living the StateNtHw.giyjert away. It will handed JnnAjsQMrwDen-slohas H readWBout'them in L. F. Steele's along them can look after and re- Minn., to .Chicago on a sleeper the. -- frfto the pellegaT'td "ship liquor decided to devote the hour Thursday advertiscnwr;mv thi3 paper. . pair them, and much other important other night, robbers worked on ClarState. A man' may bring it in per- night to answering questions. This Mrs Willis'Moores is dead at Rich- business is to be transacted. The ence Cooper, who was en route home sonally for his own personal or fam- will undoubtedly prove a very in- mond. She was-.thwife of a valued fiscal court is composed of County to see his sick father, G. B. Cooper. ily use, but that is all. employe of the Richmond Register Judge T. A. Rice and Magistrates He left some 15 or more dollars and teresting service. Mrs. Lydia White arrested at Newand was a mighty good woman. J. T. Dudderar, Samuel M. Owens. his wrist watch in his shirt, which ho ark, N. J., with blueprints of airson of Taylor Howard, GOOD NEWS FOR TEACHERS T. L. Tucker and Henry Hall. Good laid ir his berth, but when he awoke planes in her possession, admitted legislation, the A. B. Howard, who lives near Col- men, all of them, and much is expect- next morning the shirt was there but Under recent that a group of German spies have teachers will receive payment of sal- lege Hill, Madison county, fell over in their responsible po- the money and watch were conspicbeen employed in the plant of the aries monthly, beginning the second a Kentucky river cliff into the river ed of them uous for their absence. It was about sition. Corporation. Gurtiss Engineering Saturday in September as under the and was drowned. all the money young Cooper had and Frederick Arnold, a boarder in her old The following dispatch is sent BASE BALL GAME FRIDAY law first payment was second he was in a predicament until he ran home, also was arrested. Rube Boatley, a Manager Edward Tanner, of the across his cousin, James P. Burton, Saturday in October. The minimum f,rom Lancaster: inPresident Wilson has intrusted to salary for second class schools will white man, was shot through the ne- Stanford High School base ball team, Sears, Roebuck & Co.'s right hand a special commission of five Govern- be testines, and Arch Boatright, a is making arrangements for a game man, ana tnen an was easy saimij. $45 and first class schools $50. ment officials the determination of a will be gro, is in jail on a charge of mali- Friday on the high school grounds, Agriculture Elementary national policy governing meat pro- taught and after July 1, 1919 teach- cious shooting. Boatley's condition beween the local team and the nine WAR SAVINGS STAMPS "AD." duction, sale and distribution during The attention of the I. J. readers required to take examina- is considered precarious. Boatright's from the Kentucky School for the ers will be the war, which may include virtual tions on this subject G. Singleton, examining trial will not be held until Deaf, of Danville. The "Dummies" is called to the advertisement apg and definite control or Superintendent. the outcome of the white man's in always put up a good fight, and an pearing on the eighth page of today's actual Federal operation of the big juries is ascertained. The shooting contest may be expected. paper concerning the sale of War packing houses. Constioatfcn and Indigestion. occurred at Bradshaw Mills, near Play will be called promptly at 3 p. Savings Stamps. The space is paid Secretary of Labor Wilson has These are twin evils. Persons suf here, at an Easter egg hunt held by m. Come out and help the boys win for by those liberal merchants, made public the national war labor fering from indigestion are often negroes of the community, their first engagement of the season. Messrs. Phillips & Phillips, T. D. Mrs. programme projected by representa- troubled with constiDation.writes Rob Newland & Son, J. C. McClary and that ert Allison. Mattoon, 111., INVENTED GREAT GATE. tives of capital and labor, one of the when she first moved to Mattoon she DAYS SET FOR HEARING Tho Frincess. Read the page careprincipal provisions being an agree- was a great sufferer from indigestion Mi J. C. MfiWJiorter, of Crab OrTho supervisors, who completed fully and after buying a good supment that there shall be no strikes and constipation. Food distressed chard, who has been working on a their work this morning, have set ply of stamps, remember the gentlewas a or lockouts during the war and a her and there pressing feeling like a gate for some five years, has suc Thursday and Friday of this week men who gave of their means that heavy weight on her stom recommendation that all industrial ach and chest. She did not rest at ceeded in making one which will cer to hear complaints of those who the advertisement might be given to disputes be settled by a Government night, and felt worn out a good part tainly meet the demands of the were "raised" in the Stanford mag- the public. of the time. One bottle of Cham times. It has less machinery about isterial dsitrict; Tuesday, 9th, for mediation board. prob- berlain's Tablets corrected this trou it than any gate so far invented and those of the Crab Orchard district; Plans for a WILLIAM G. RAINES DEAD she has since felt like a gun ble so that e is simplicity- itself. It is hoped that Thursday, 11th, for those of the ably similar to the Mr. William G. Raines, aged 77, different person. used by the Germans In the bomhe will secure a patent on his won- Waynesburg section, and Friday and died at his home near Hale's Well SAUFLEY derful invention and get rich from Saturday, 12 and 13, for those of the latter part of the week and was bardment of Paris, have been subMr. Charles R. Daugherty, of Hus- - the sale of, a gate that is destined the Hustonvillo magisterial district. buried Sunday afternoon at Fairview mitted to Secretary Daniels. Naval ordnance experts, however, doubt tonville, is up at his father's Mr. D. to become very popular with the church after remarks by Mr. J. C. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC the military value of such a weapon, R. Daugherty. McClary. He is survived by his wife, farmers. Miss Sarah Sampson and Miss Owing to excessive cost of physi- a daughter and son Mrs. Ed Baiit is understood, as it would tako DIED OF TUBERCULOSIS money to per- Bessie Bourne were in town recently. cians' supplies and living, we, the ley and Mr. L. M. Raines. Deceased considerable time and son physicians Melvin Harris, the Mrs. Dick Daugherty and Myrtle of Stnnford, mutually was a good citizen and neighbor and fect it of J. H. Harris, died Sunday night of agree to raise prices of day visits to will be missed in the section he lived I. W. W. leaders and organizers were in town Monday. and little tuberculosis and was buried this $2 and night visits to S'2.50, outside so long and where he was universally Mrs. Tom Curtsinger charged with attempting to violate the espionage act and destroy indus- son, Rex Curtsinger, of Shelby City, morning at Ephesus church after ser- of city limits one dollar per mile. liked. tries entered pleas of not guilty when are spending several days with her vices at 10 o'clock conducted by Mr. This to take effect April 1st. J. F. PROF. IRELAND GETS INCREASE arraigned before Federal Judge Lan-di- s mother, Mrs. Birtie Lewis, of Sauf-- J. C. McClary, of Stanford. Young Peyton, J. G. Carpenter, W. B. Harris was an exceedingly clever Prof. J. W. Ireland has been reE. J. Brown, D. B. Southyesterday. All but one of the lcy. young man and left a host of friends ard. Lewis J. Jones. elected superintendent of the Bcllc-vu- e 113 defendants were present when DR. COOK BUYS CHURCH. who are saddened by his untimely School at a handsomo incrense the trial was called. They presented PICTURE OF SOPH. CLASS Dr. John Cook, the veterinarian, death. of salary. The people of that little poets, authors, a queer appearance By courtesy of tho editors of The city nre very proud of the school lumber camp captains in all manner now owns a church all by his Some Good Advice. Lincolnian the I. J. is printing this and the manner in which Prof. Ire"loney." He has bought of William of raiment being cuffed together. of your picture of the pretty girls land conducts it, and the "Don't think too y The Food Administration is plan Cordier the Walnut Flat church own methods. Watch much people s issue a other and gallant boys who compose the building and will use the brick in ways and of it is his as long as ho ning drastic action against farmers This is learn from them-.Stanford High wants it. In other words, he is makholding wheat in face of the dire ne erecting a "Horse Hospital" in Stan- good advice, especially when bilious Sophomore Class of Dr. Cook is a very successful or constipated." You will find many and Graded School. The picture is a ing good there like he did in Stancessity of increased wheat shipments ford. Tabwho good one, as will be seen by ref- ford. to tho Allies and American troops in "horse doctor" and tho hospital ho people theseuse Chamberlain's best very ailments with erence to page three of this edition. proposes to build will bo of much lets for and will do well tothe follow France who are fighting tho battle results, DR. J. B. BECK BUYS FARM for democracy. The plea to the benefit to him in tho practice of his their example. SHEEP MONEY HAS ARRIVED Dr. J. B. Beck, formerly of this profession. farmers' patriotism had but slight Money for the sheep that have county, has bought a portion of tho J. M. HOCKER DEAD effect as mill receipts increased to James M. Hocker, aged 61, died been killed by dogs in Lincoln coun- Bontn farm on the Unm !. pike A VERY HAPPY OCCASION of Cuarlcv 3,250,000 bushels as compared to Neighbors and friends gathered at in Lexington last week. He was a ty within tho last year has arrived nenr Harrodsburg, Wilnioie. Ho and got Samuel Mitchell, of 3,000,000 bushels of the previous Sun- son of Prof. James M. Hocker, and thoso who had losses can get 80 acres at $125. James Reid's, near Highland, week. day to pay their respects to William founder of Hamilton College, and their money by calling nt the counPermanent Democratic headquarty's clerks office. The voucher calls Epperson before his departure for formerly of this county. PUT YOUR HUMAN for $819.88, which is a little over ters will be opened at The Seelbach, There were 74 present and CAMERAS IN FOCUS France. Louisville, about April 10. This was THESMITHS HAVE IT. 41 per cent, of tho actual losses. Enjoy quick, accurate vision, place they all enjoyed a big dinner. The decided on at a joint meeting of the The army has more than 100,000 your eyes Easter cake presented him was not tho nerves and mucles of "Watch for glass in bread," was State Central Commutes nnd tho Smiths, In restful balance, with scientifically cut, he preferring to take it back "Smiths," l.BOO William nrescribed individually designed. Executive Committee last com- 2,000 John' Smiths and 200 John the warning issued by tho Federal State BYRNE GLASSES at Weatherford with him and let some of his night at The Seelbach. Food Board in New York. A. Smiths. rades enjoy it with him. Hotel, 'Hustonville, April 1st to 6th. court-hous- e, 0. I threo-ilnv- a' '1 and-achoo- long-rang- Cha-pli- JT. e price-fixin- air-tig- ht super-canno- n, long-rang- - superin-tendenc- " , Page Two IMPORTANT FUEL REGULATION Conl dealers of Lincoln county hnvc received copies of important reputations issued by the State Fuel Administration. Special stress is placed upon the fact that consumers should lay up tncir supply ior tnc coming winter as earlv as possible. Anplication blanks arc being furnished by local dealers in conformity The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, 1 WILL NOT GROW TOBACCO HUSTONVILLE Commissioner's Sale About thirty years ngo, I was callInsepctor Government seed corn Lincoln Circuit Court week to ed n crazy crank because I advocatwill be In Hustonvillo next Inspect the seed corn for the farm- ed prohibition nnd woman suffrage. G. G. Spccr, State Banking Comers. Free service will be given nil It is now beginning to look like I was guessing pretty well. Mr. Henry missioner, etc.. Plaintiff, vs. Lafe whn iinvn rnrn to insnect. pro Morgan, etc., Defendants. Notice of Mrs. John Snndidgc left Saturday Wntcrson hns said: "After the Mrs. l.ukc hibitionists havo abolished the liquor Sale. to visit her daughter. traffic, they will wnnt to prohibit to Pursuant to a ludcmont of the Carpenter at New Castle, Ind. Our two rural routes will ench bacco." For once he is exactly right. Lincoln Circuit Court heretofore enRogers wnisKy nn tooncco are twin tered in the above styled action, the n with the regulations of the Fuel Ad- have a change In wo.few days. ueorgu and double first cousins. Who undersigned will on l, nnu ministration, which dcclnres that it Hicks will take ever henrd of n saloon that did not MONDAY, APRIL 8th, 1918 will bo reluctant to assist those who Bnrnette No. 2. Julian RifTc left Sunday for New sell tobacco? If for the sake of mon- about 1 o'clock P. M., being county to secure their supply and were able consumption court day, In front of the courthouse ey I produce for join his ship failed to do so. The regulations cov- York City to the Abraham of hospi- nn article that is human poisonous in its na door in the city of Stanford, Lincoln Lincoln, tal crew on ering the distribution of soft coal date. tural state nnd add Paris Green, ar- county, Kentucky, sale at such ns is used chiefly here for fuel thnt will sail again at a futurethe U. senic nnd other poisons that I know public outcry to tho offer forand best highest This is his third trip back to T arc as follows: v.ImH ...111 ilnnvnlf Ktll Vt.la bidder, upon tho terms hereinafter service. His viii ucsuu; uutu uuuy null mum, 1. Until further notice no domes- S. since ho entered the am no better than or disthe following described tic consumer of coal or coke shall many relatives and friends here were tiller. Others may the brewer can an- mentioned situnted at Milledgcville, be. They purchase, receive, or otherwise take glnd to see him looking so well and swer for themselves. When I give nn real estate Lincoln county, Kentucky: possession of. more coal or coke than satisfied. A certain residence and store-rooLeague met account of my stewardship, I want The Liberty Sen-icis required for his actual and necesto say. Lord land, used wnht you sary requirements prior to March 31, Monday night and transacted a few placed in my I have to produce that nnd about three acres nsoffollows: tho A same being described hands already has business matters. Mr. Chas. J.Wheeler, wntcn 1919. If such consumer B. wouia elevate, henent ana parcel of real estate, and tho buildho shall receive Prof. J. W. Davis and Col. a qnuntlty on hand made some very pointed re- bless mankind, and not thnt which ing and improvements thereon, situonlv such additional amount as shall marks on the subject nnd all mem- would degrade nnd destroy humani nted in Lincoln county, Ky., on tho make up his actual and necessary re Danbers arc earnestly requested to keep ty. Will any true Christian let mon- west side of the Hustonvillo andbeginouircments prior to that date. chat. ey come between what ho knows is ville tunrnike in Milledgcville, virion wntrh for all 2. No person, firm, association or Ap right and what he knows is wrong? I ning in the center of said turnpike corporation, whether acting alone or The regular meeting will be held know I have no right to poison with in Austin Hail's line, running westin conjunction with others, snail u ril 8th. Alcorn has been hero with tobacco smoke the pure fresh air thnt ward with said lino to the right of Carlisle roctlv or indirectly nrovidc any do father, God has furnished for His creatures way of C. N. O. & T. P. Ry. Commestic consumer of coke or coal be his son, Edward Alcorn nnd think pany, thence south with the right of nnd March 31, 1919, than is neces- Dr. Edward Alcorn, small-po- family. said to breathe.andSome preachers exam way of said railroad company to the fore they have, is thereby set an An epidemic of sary, with the amount already on Milledgcville secwant my boys to lino of Rucker, thence with lino of hand, to meet the actual and neces to be raging in the running at largo ple that l do not not follow. "Know ye that ye nrc the Rucker to the Hustonvillc and Dantion and some are sary requirements of such consumer pike to on the public highways. What is the temple of God, and tho spirit of God ville pike, thence with said prior to that date. matter with our County Board of dwellcth in you? If anv man defile the beginning, containing about 3. When nn order is placed by a the temple of God, him shall God de three acres of land. consumer and before delivery can be Health? Terms And Purpoio of Sale Eugene Dunn nnd Judge Myers stroy, for the temple of God is holy, made on same consumer must cerSaid sale will be made on a credwhich temple ye are." 1 Cor. 3:. to Liberty Tuesday on tify, on blanks to be provided bv the motored What? "Know ye not that your it of six months nnd the purchaser retail dealer, to the following inforJnmnR Yowell delivered to T. W. body is the temple of the Holy Ghost will be required to execute bond on mation : the day of the sale for the purchase (a) The amount of conl used by Jones, of Stanford, G8 head of stock which is in you, which ye have of price.tnc same bearing six per cent uod, and ye nre not your own;" l him in the twelve months ending hoe's at 17c. A prominent missionary in interest from date until paid, the Parties from Lancaster, uarrard Cor. March 31, 1918. the Christian church told me ho had same having tho force and effect of amount of coal the con- county, were here Monday hunting spent (b) The 14 years in China, that opium a judgment with lien retained on the hands for hemp breaking. sumer has on hand. Mrs. Samuel Helm had for her had been prohibited in Ch:na, that property to secure the payment there(c) The amount of coal needed to guest last Monday Mrs. Samuel M. anv one caught handling opium was oi, nnu payaoie 10 inc unucrsigncu meet his actual and necessary re beheaded ,that he knew of over twen- Commissioner. The purpose of said quirements prior to March 31. 1919 Owens. Mrs. Boss Riffe Davis, of Nichol- - ty officials who had been put to death. sale is to satisfy n judment herein (d) The amount of coal he has or entered in favor of Wm. Fields order and the name of the person asville, has been the guest of her That man is now in this country. I against Lafe and Mattic Morgan for (i. U. Kitte. have been told by a member of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. from whom ordered. per Billy Maloney, of Marion county, Christian church who ought to know, the sum of $888, with six1912, cent, New consumers who are unable to until interest from April 29th. have their orders accepted bv a deal- passed through here Wednesday on that the Chinese people have re- paid, subject to the following credits, er should apply to the Local Fuel Ad- his way home from Harrodsburg, quested the missionary society not S21 naid January 27. 1914. $15 paid his old friends to return that man, but to send men ministration who should see that and called on one of Edrington. July 1, 1915, and the further sum of their requirements receive attention and neighbors, R. B. rented the Geo. who do not use tobacco. It seems to $475. paid July l, 191b. Also to satme that the time is fully come when isfy Joe Will Rout has from the proper dealer. a judgment in favor of G. G. or barge-loalots shall Eubanks farm, on the Middlcburg we should have the heathen Chinese Spcer, State Banking Commissioner to come over and show christian pike. not be delivered to a single domestic named J. B. Honaker and wife motored America how to abolish the liquor against said Morgan defendants, L,ate a group of consumers consumer or-tfor the sum of and Mattie except with the permission of the to Tyrone, Woodford countv, to see and tobacco curse. But few men try $502.45 with six per cent, interest Leslie Eads. to defend the use of tobacco and their daughter, Mrs. County Fuel Administration. 1915, until paid July Hardin Downing has just complet- they will advise their wives and fromcosts of15, action, estimatedand The Countv Fuel Administration this the at may require, if thev deem necessary, ed raising and putting a new foun- daughters to use it for indigestion, $50. on the first of each month a state- dation to Miss Jessie Powell's resi- for their teeth, for company, etc. This March 19, 1918. Marse Henry is sure correct this time ment containing the names and ad- dence on West Main. E. C. WALTON, M. C. L. C. C. All are glad to hear that County for we sure are going to vote tobac- Geo. D. Florence. Att'y for Plff. to whom delivdresses of consumers during the pre- Clerk Cooper is better and hopes aro co out and the good women are going eries have been made to help us. Is it through fear of some vious month of the quantity deliver- that he will soon be out again. The hemp crop of 1918 will be a of the pious frauds that the ministry ed to each consumer. Wo, whose names aro hereto at Any dealer or consumer who vio. very light one sown in this section does not speak out in thundering tones against this blighting curse? I tached will permit neither hunting, lates the foregoing regulations will this spring. George Riffe and wife, of Tyrone, have never grown a plant of tobacco fishing no rtrespassing of any kind be subject to the penalties prescribOkla., have returned after a short and by the grace of God, I never on our property, and those guilty of ed by the Lever Act. The purpose of the plan is to se- visit here. They will visit relatives will. A. W. Carpenter Morelnad, Ky. doing such will be prosecuted to the full extent of tho law: J. C. Fox, J. cure the broadest and most equitable in Lebanon. TO RAISE TWO MILLIONS Fox Dudderar, M. D. Elmore. The work on the new school build distribution possible during the coming year. The Fuel Administration ing is still being pushed to comple More than $2,000,00 iiJ cash is assured bv the representatives of tion fast as material can no nnu. July 4 is the aim of ,the "DisW. G. Cowan sold a bunch of nice ciples' emergency drive" for the TIT I represent the largest and beet the National Retail C&nl Mcrclnns' Association that the retail dealers feeding cattle. 21 head, to Jake United States and Canada, in the clothing house, in this coantrr at lie. They averaged 800 interests of which n conference of Ed T. Pti'.t and Co.. Ohieaoo. III. My throughout the country will lend nerlence in measuring and directing the male in the per- pounds. 500 ministers and laymen of Ken- ins Hieir hearty Mrs. G. C. Riffe is with her father, tucky met at Louiville. This was one over of four clothes, agives me tho advantage formance of such patriotic services. practical tailor. If you one who is not 111. He Dr. J. T. Bohon at Decatur, meetings thit will give roe your order, I will promise you a of a series of is getting along nicely after the op- began in Philadelphia March 5. Each square deal. Ton will ret the worth of your WASTE THAT EVERY money, In the cheapest grades or the WOMAN SHOULD PREVENT eration on his eye. State is being organized bv counties higher either My prices. Bowman Myers returned to Camp and congregations under the direcKeening quality is of vital imporSPRING AND SUMMER Zachnry Taylor last Monday after a tion of the Men and Millions movetance in these days of high costs, and is far yonr 1b few days' visit to his parents. ment of Cincinnati. The canvass will line of samples now now readyme show you Dwtion. Call and let low supply of food products. lues-daMarion Fields arrived here be made April 1 to G, except when No matter how high the quality of Dl TPI rrvpiactlcsl TUor Hattiesburg, Miss., I Btakod. Ky. an article purchased, if it lacks keep few from visit to his parents. for a local conditions make a later week in davs' the month better. ing quality it represents so much cerOllie Eubanks, George McAninch The total aim was $0,300,000. tain waste. This is noticeably true of Baking and Luke Dunn, of Mt. Salem, were most of which has been subscribed in sums of $500 and more, payable in Powders. A Baking Powder that is here Saturday. Mrs. J. G. Weatherforl has re- five years. R. A. Long, of Kansas effected by time or climatic conditions one that deteriorates is bound turned from Stanford, where she has City, gave Sl,100,009. Since Amerito cause bake day loss. Such a pow- been the guest of friends.been ill, is ca entered the war such emergencies Reid Gonway, who has have arisen in all the mission fields, der not only necessitates using largto er amounts but invites failure able to sit up, we are glad the Over- all the colleges and all benevolent S. M. Owens, agent for institutions and organizations that it through its uncertainty. These powders should be avoided. No matter land car, has sol to .Too Newel' a has been found impossible to wait of these how big a quantity you obtain no prominent farmer, of the Moreland for payments BOTH BLUE GRASS in the the matter how cheap they may seem be- one of Can best machines machine pledges. The war emergency requires throttle his the completion of the $6,000,000 cause of low price they are expen- market. AND KNOB FARMS sive as they waste in materials many down to two miles per hour and up to fund and an extra million at once, it 50 miles per hour. Anyone wanting is set forth. times more than saving of cost. CaluLet me know by letter or card and To show the changed situation, it I will come and list and sell your met Baking Powder is a quality Bak- a good machine will do well to call on Mr. Owens before buymg. is stated that before the war an farm for you. I have a lot of Prosing Powder with the greatest of American gold dollar was worth pective Buyers now and it is no keening quality. It retains its wonPAINT LICK $2.50 in Chinese silver, now is worth trouble for me to sell your farm for derful leaving power regardless of Mrs. Florence Walker wan called $1.17. Hospital supplies in the Phil- you. Will list farms anywhere withhow long it may stand on your pantry shelf. You use but a level to Louisville on account of the ill- ippine Islands have advanced more in 50 miles of Waynesburg. when the can is first opened ness of her daughter, Miss Estill than 1,000 per cent, on manv necesand you continue to use the same Walker, who is not improving as her sities. Carbolic acid was then 25 cents a pint and is now $3.25. Flour amount to the last sooonful. This mnpy friends wish for her. Mrs. Willis Whitcomb is visiting for the 'missionaries in Africn is $40 means economy in Baking Powder and what is more impoitnnt it means her parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. S. a barrel and the trip out costs three WAYNESBURG. KY. times what it did. in bakings. Its moderate Ellis. economy Miss Wells, of Nieholasvillc, is the Over 2,000 students from colleges price combined with superior quality of Disciples havo gone into the army, and dependability marks the greatest guest of G. C. Cox, at Manse. L. Beaziey & Co., Misses Riddell and Maupin, who causing a direct loss in tuition of of buying economy. You save when use it. And von save the mater- were guests of D. W. White, have $75,000, while supplies and labor arc vou costing the schools $50,000 more ials it is used with. Its economy, pa- returned home. Miss Bessie White, of Covington, than last year. To follow these boys rity and unapnroached keeping qualwith homefolks. and other thousands from the same ity keens millions of women bm'iw spent the weeke-nTwo of Robert Duncan's children churches and minister to their religCalumet in preference to any and all have measles. ious necesssities in camps and canother brands. Robert nnd William Puncnn will tonments will take $100,000 of the Undor tho first month of Govern- put in a bid for the contract of the fund, it is stated. ment operation, January. 172 of tho public school builduij.; that will be larger railroads earned operating let April 20th. The British have not only held the Ky 42, Logan West and wo of bis college Teuton drive, they have reoccupied revenues of S270.231.000, compared during tho samo friends of Berea College, spent Sun- positions captured bv the enemy. In $283,837,000 with month last year, but expenses in day with the family of Wm. West. fierce thrusts they have forced the Mrs. Saufley Hughes and so-- were Germans back over tho River Ancre creased so heavily that the net opera ting revenues for the month were on- guests of Mrs. Fnnnio Francis this Everywhere the lino is holding and ly $12,303,000 compared with $80,- - week. tho Teuton drive is diminishing In 337,000 in January last year and Miss Martha Dnvis. ono of our intensity. In the massed attacks it 583,085,000 in December, 1917, tho in High School, lias been is estimated the Germans lost 400,-00- 0 last month of private operation. Acwith appendicitis. men in killed, wounded and cap AJy Ti crued taxes deducted from January Prof. C. A. Keith, of tho Normal. tured. The town of Albert has fallen not revenues left nn actual deficit of will give n lecture here Friday night, into tho hands of the enemy. $2,227,000. on "Childhood Pictures " A small admission fee will be charged for exDeclaring thnt the New York. New "'llssssBssssssBsW isHsS APPRECIATES HIS TOBACCO penses. Haven & Hartford railroad is vital to Mr. Welch Rochester was one of Carlos Hendrick.1, wifo and daugh- tho nation as a war factor, Director thoso who contributed to the tobacco General McAdoo has agreed to loan fund gotten un by Tho Penny Drug ter, were in our town Monday. $ 43,9G4,000 for James Burris, of Tosaa, and Ilisle tho railway company cent, Store for tho boys "over there," nnd u per one year interest to this week ho received a post card Davis, of Livingston, wera guc3ts of meet notesaton that amount maturing J.. C. McCLARY from OUo Zillman. "Somewhere in Sterling Davis at Lowell. April 15. Tho loan is the first big France," thanking him for tho pleasSeveral of our young people were expenditure from the $500,000,000 ure the tobacco gave him. disappointed in not hearing I'riva'.o Railroad Administration revolving Offlf Horns Phon Ml Pbsnt 187 Peat Monday night. fund. 25 lights, $175.00; 35 lights $250.00 Three former nastors nnd tho presGO lights, $300.00 ent pastor of theChristian church i'ho Rev. J. R. Higgins. pastor pumet in Louisville this week. They tho M. E. Church, South, at .Iluwcs-vill-of pil "What every American school is a GRAY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS should know about the war" woro Revs. Ellis, Hngin nnd Walker, somo weeks ago pledged h new study tentatively 60 Lights 60 added to the who, havo in days gone bv served tho of marriage fees to tho Han- curriculum Stanford Christinn church, and Rev. cock County Red Cross. Evidently schools. Tho of tho New York public Wo guarantee them, so you are proBoard Education has II. J. Brnzclton, tho present pastor. Cupid is patriotic, for tho Rev, Mr. formally approved of tho committee tected against any suspicion of their weakness. Strongest and absolutely Manv things about tho church and Higgins has married twice as many report providing for tho preparation its membership were discussed. couples during theso few weeks as of a syllabus outlining tho new best, and within reach of all farmers W. K. he ever married before nnd fees havo course for every grndo from primary Join tho Red Cross today. been rnoro liberal. to high school. Phone 188 Stanford, Ky. oro-thc- rs .1 e m Din-widd- ic pro-Germ- INVEST your money In the following prop. erttes and reap the rich harvest in dividends. Each one of them is a SNAP and a sure money maker. This Is the Golden Opportunity of your life to make money. Nothing safer or surer than Investment in land. You will save money by Investing NOW. You will see land higher this Fall than was ever known. Land will never be any cheaper but will gradually advance from time to time until it reaches something like Its 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. 296 500 acres of land of which over 200 acres are cleared nnd of this 200 acres there arc about 125 acres in good orchard grass and in cultivation. This farm is all under fence and plenty of good cross fences. It has five nouses, tw,o of six rooms ench, two of four rooms each and ono of two rooms. It has two large tobacco barns. One of tho barns is 100 feet long and today would cost $1,500 to build it. The other barn is an extra large barn and is tobacco and 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 $6,000 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 nnd at the right figure and easy terms. Investigate and pick a bargain. o No. 298 farm in Wayne county. Six room house nnd two porches. Good barn 30x60. 60 acrca cleared arid 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 loyalty. There is to be more drilling on the place this year. Price for the whole thing including the 8 royalty in the oil well. Terms right. This place will make you money. No. 299 115 acre farm on of which 75 acres are bottoms, balance hill side and upland that lays pretty well. This farm joins the farm in this county on which oil has been struck. It has two houses, one of five rooms and ono of three, two barns, one 36x 50 and the other 30 x30. Good orchnrd and plenty of water. This place is leased to an oil company and it will be drilled on this year. The owner has an 8 royalty. We will &ell you the place for $1,500 and retain the 8 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 tho State when debnl-ance x busi-nes- s. 16-1- 7. 0-- $1,-00- Car-loa- d d POSTED! 100-acr- he-fo- re To the Public: r v, e- 1-- 8 one-da- y 1-- Buck-Cree- k y HP IWrLilJ Want200Farms To Sell 1-- 1-- 1 1-- five-ye- ar veloped. No. TOO G5 acres of knob land lies back of Jumbo. It has no im- teas-poonf- ul Monroe Thompson J. d Phone Stanford, i Undertaker Undertaker Embalmer Embalmer provements but is good.strong land. It has 100,000 feet of good saw timber. Ono 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 ono and two years with six per cent. Better look this one over. No. 301 e farm of as good hemp and tobacco land ns you can find in the State. Just a little over a mile from a splendid town and on good pike, facing pike for a considerable distance nnd can be easily divided in two or three smaller farms. This farm has magnificent two story residence of 12 rooms, largo tenant house, five large tobacco barns, etc. This farm produced over $15,000 in tobacco alone for the last season. A good portion of it is yet in blue grass sod. This is n money maker. The owner is getting old anil his boys are all in tho war is the only reason for selling. The price is right nnd terms could not be better for he had rather have tho notes than cash. This is ono of tho 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 aero of land, city water, etc. Only ono milo e onlv 5?KaS could not nnd price build $1,500. You begin to the house for this money. It is too cheap to stay on the market long. Give it a look. We have a number of farms in S If03 and ranging in prices front $600 up to $50,000. Come to see us and let us show you what wo have. If you want to buy or sell consult us. If you aro thinking of going in see us. We havo several splendid business opportunities. 2G5-acr- ' court-hous- bus-incs- s, o, ore-trnt- Hughes & McCarty Office Phone 180 Residence Phones 152 and 184 WARNER STANFORD, KENTUCKY. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Page Ihree SOPHOMORE CLASS, STANFORD HIGH SCHOOL Sale of Bank Stock As Executor of Cicero Reynolds, and Lots I will at 2 p. m. 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 Companyj 2 Shares of First National Bank n of Stanford; 96 L4 Shares Life Insurance Co., of Louisville; n vacant lot on Water Works Street, adjoining Colored School Building, G2 4 feet in width; the vacant lot on the same street, adjoining water works plant, being all of that lot as now fenced, lets 24D feet on cast side; the house and lot on Lancaster street occupied by Mr. Hawkins and lots in rear of same. This property will be offered in parcels consisting of house, lot and garden; second, the vacant lot adjoining on south and east sides, and then as a whole, and the hid accepted which realizes the greater sum. Inter-Southcr- Terms announced on day of sale. tf HHKItflHHHIsHHHHHHIF? Above tnay bo seen a fnirly good more about a lady than his studies, likeness of the Sophomore Class, but is a favorite anyhow. Sophie Saunders one of the most which is composed of the following popular girls in the class, is famous celebrities: Mike McCarty who has been with as our Algebra star. Vie Goe Smith entered Class '20 us from the first grade, shines more on the athletic field than in the in the sixth grade and has since tried to do her part to uphold the honor schoolroom. Jamo Bailey hailing from C. 0., of the class. William Welbum our musician, bids fair to be the class literature can tickle the ivory until the nightstar. Joe (Sammie) Grime was one ingale hangs her head in shame. Mary Siler entered Class '20 this of the starters of Class '20, and is year and we now know what we also its star in Caesar. Sadie Wearen is our Secretary missed by not having her before. Alpha Fowle, one of our most and best (?) Latin student. l" charming girls, is characterized by George Fleece Farris the of the class, taxes his mind her voice, which is sweet and low. "Beau-Bromme- PAXT BBEE2E!QrZ m J m m very much with her knowledge gained at the illustrious city of McKin-ne- Isabel McCormack, who hails from Robert Ncvius, a former student McCormack's Church, likes school, of Crab Or . ard, is deportment star. but prefers other things. Mary Hill Carman has been in the Tabitha Martin benefits the class class from the first grade, greatly to y. Patterson Tanner, our efficient president,, is also a product of Frank Cordicr has been with us from the start and not only Buck, but also his pranks. Earleen Cooper, formerly of entered the class last year, and is especially good in History. Nellie Davis, affectionately known good Soph. as Nell, is an Har-rodsbur- g, all-rou- its benefit. Earl Spoonamore, who recently quit school, will probably soon be president of the bank in which he is now employed. Mary Pettus, a favorite with all, is the star pupil of the class. Janie Hocker, "grandma" of the class, has turned several heads with her blue ejes and beautiful curls. Frances Cormney is a favorite with the whole class, and all are glad to see her back in school, after a long absence on account of illness. Land For Sale 146 Acres of Knob Land known as the Alexander tract. Situated en waters of Green River, two miles east of McKinney, 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. EAT WITHOUT FEAR OF INDIGESTION OR SOUR, ACID STOMACH Instant Relief! 'Tape's Diapepin" Ends Your Stomach Distress Try It - Wonder what upset your stomach which portion of the food did the damage do you? Well, don't bother. 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WHAT YOUR BOND PURCHASE WILL ACCOMPLISH The following figures give one a definite idea of what his or her loan to the government by the purchase of Liberty Bonds will accomplish when used by the War department: One $50 bond will buy 'trench knvies for a rifle, or .23 hand grenades, or 14 rifle grenades, or 37 cases of surgical instruments for enlisted men's belts, or 10 cases of surgical instruments for officers' belts. A $100 'bond will clothe a soldier, or feed a soldier for eight months, or purchase 5 rifles or 30 rifle grenades, or 43 hand grenades, or 25 pounds of ether, or 145 bags, or 2,000 surgical needles. A $100 and a $50 bond will clothe and equip an Infantry soldier for service overseas, or feed a soldier for a year. Two $100 bonds will purcnase a horse or mule for Cavalry, Artillery, or other service. Three $100 bonds will clothe a soldier and feed him for one year in France, or buy a motorcycle for a machine-gucompany. $100 bonds will buy an y Pour outfit. One $500 bond will supply bicycles for tho headquarters company of an Infantry regiment. hot-wat- er n X-ra- I WILL COME BACK CLEAN Ella Wheeler Wilcox handles fact words as the makers of mosaics handle the tiny blocks that united form the perfect picture. Mrs. Wilcox has at times a sublime disregard for the covering which the world pulls over its acts, and expresses her opinion, and one that is much discussed by people in general, as it is along lines which the Y. M. C. A. are struggling so hard to impress upon soldiers as well as the people. This poem is being placed into Bibles and testaments sent to the soldiers and to those who stay at home. Here is her poem: This is a song for a soldier To sing as he rides from home To the Fields afar, where battles are, Over the oceans foam. Whatever the dangers waiting In the lands I have not seen, If I do not fail If I come back at all Then I will come back clean. Here's a now formula for computing your incomo tax. Says the Palestine (Texas) Herald: "Take your net incomo and deduct therefrom $200 for each minor child; then add your house number, subtract the number of your automobile and divide tho balance by tho age of your wife's sister." OF INTEREST In Hearst's Sunday American of March 24 appears in the "Engagement Column" the following ane nouncement. The pretty is well known and very popular here : "Mr. and Mrs. John R. Brooks, of Atlanta, Ga., announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss S. Zilpha Brooks, to Mr. Edward B. Ncwill, of Pittsburg, Pa." Miss Zilpha is the only child of Mr. John R. Brooks and wife, and is the granddaughter of Mr. John H. Grimes, Sr. The Brooks-Newi- ll wedding will take place on the 4th of June, next. Misses Mattie Grimes and Carolyn H. Grimes are to officiate as two of the half dozen bride's maids. The four others are Atlanta girls of highest social standing, personal charms and members of the same (Presbyterian) church in which the ceremony will be performed, and of which both bride and groom and the parents of both are members. The affair will be I may lie in the mud of the trenches quite an event in social circles even in the "Metropolis of Georgia." I may reek with mud and mire, But I will control by the God in my LIKE AN ELECTRIC soul, The might of my Man's desire, BUTTON ON TOES I will fight my foe in the open And my word shall be sharp and Tells Why A Corn Is So Painful And keen Says Cutting Makes For the foe within, who would lure Them Grow me to sin, And I will come back clean. Press an electric button and you form a contact with a live wire which I may not leave for my children, rings the bells. When your shoes Brave medals that I have won, press against your corn it pushes its But the blood in my veins shall leave sharp roots down upon a sensitive no stain nerve and you get a shock of pain. On brides or on babes unborn. Instead of trimming your corns, And the scars that my body may which merely makes them grow, just carry step into any drug store and ask for Shall not be free from deeds ob- a quarter of an ounce of freezone. scene, This will cost very little but is suffFor my will shall say to the beast, icient to remove every hard or soft Obey! corn or callus from one's feet. A few And I will come back clean. drops applied directly upon a tender, aching corn stops the soreness inOh not on fields of slaughter, stantly, and soon the corn shrivels up And not in the prison cells so it lifts right out, root and all, Or in hunger and cold is the story without pain. This drug freezone is told harmless and never inflames or even By war of its darkest Hell. irritates the surrounding skin. It But the old, old sin of the senses, Can tell what the word may mean, WAR BOOZE BAN IN TEXAS To the soldiers' wives and the innoTexas will become practically a cent lives dry state April 15 as a result of the And I will come back clean. bill passed by tho Legislature in special session last week, creating dry zones of all territory within ten The resolution amending tho se- miles of army camps. Not only will lective draft act by requiring regis- the saloons be closed, but residents tration of youths reaching 21 years in tho zones are prohibited from imsince June 9, 1917, and estimated to porting liquor for any purposes exadd 700,000 more men to the roll of cept sacramental, scientific, medical eligibles was adopted by the Senate. or mechanical. Transportation comIt goes to the House. Senator New's panies are forbidden carrying liquor amendment providing for compulso- into such zones. ry universal military training of men For the next thirty days, regulabetween 19 and 21 years, but defer ring their military service until after tions restricting tho uso of meat will majority, was rejected by the Senate be lifted. The increaso in tho number of hogs on the market is the 36 to 26. cause for lifting tho ban. Food AdAn agreement has been reached ministrator Hoover in making tho between representatives of capital announcement urged upon tho peoand labor to form a basis of rela- ple not to make tho occasion a holitions for the duration of tho war. day and counseled thrift. At a meetThe terms were turned over to Sec- ing New York hotel men pledged not to uso any wheat or wheat products retary of Labor Wilson for final till next' harvest. ENGAGEMENT bride-to-bLil-bu- rn RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Whereas one of our members, Mrs. Olga Gann Gooch, has been promoted from our midst to higher service in the Heavenly Kingdom, be it resolved by the JIcKinney Woman's Christian Temperance Union that in her passing away this union has lost one of its most royal and consecrated members. A woman of beautiful, christian character, ever ready to respond with courage and good cheer to each call to service in this most holy c mse of temperance. This organizat on has sustained a loss that can not soon be recovered. Though her ill health caused her to see another climate a year before her death, her comrades have not forgotten her faithful service as former secretary, and seldom was there a meeting: at which her name was not mentioned and ever will she be held in loving memory in the hearts of the members Be it resolved that we extend to her bereaved husband, sister and brother the heartfelt sympathy of this to them the union and commend Heavenly Father, Whom she loved as a Comforter and Master Be it further resolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent to them, a copy sent to the Interior Journal and to the Kentucky White Ribbon for publication, and be spread upon the records of the union Done by order of the McKinney W. C. T. U., at its regular meeting, March 28, 1918. - W. B. McKINNEY STANFORD, KY. Agent for Heirs J. A. Givens, Deceased ........ .....i svjiaaacxxxxsxx Milk Cows At Auction! I will sell at public auction at Nunnelley's Stock fens m Stanford, at :3U K M. County Court Day 1 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 $1 0,000 bulls. This will be your opportunity to get a good cow. Monday, April 8th Six fresh milk cows. They are all three and NEAL'S CREEK Mr. Dink Farmer and wife arc visiting his son, Tom Farmer, at Frank- J. B. Camenisch, SSSS$SSS$$$S$8$SSSSS$$$SSSSSSS Stanford a fort. Mrs. Florence Terry and children, of Detroit, passed through here on their way to her mother's at High land. She was accompanied by her brother, Mr. Will Epperson. Mesdames Clarence and Hubert Deatherage spent the day last Thurs day with Mrs. E. N. Terry. Mrs. Robert Blackerby and attractive daughter, of Green River, were visiting Mrs. Wallace Farmer last The Kind You Had in Mind.... We needn't talk of q uality you know it, nor say our clothes are pile of style they show it. First chance you get, stop in to try on a few, no urging to buy, not a word. Just make yourself at home. week. Born, to the wife of E. N. Terry, twins, a girl and boy, Alberta and Augusta. Mr. Ernest Deatherage was the week end guest of friends and relatives here. He has returned to his homo at Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Foley and children, of Crab Orchard, were visiting Mrs. James Green, and family. Messrs. Ernest Deatherage and John Martin were here recently. Mr. Will Raines, who has been sick for some time, is not any better. Mrs. Laura Baugh is visiting her mother, Mrs. Kitts. Mrs. Polly Martin and Miss Myrtle Southcrland have been tho guests of Mrs. James Kirkpatrick. Mr. nnd Mrs. Richnrd Daunhorty, of Hustonvillo, are visiting his father, D. R. Daugherty. Mrs. Lillio Young is very sick. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rnney spent Sunday with mother, Mrs. J. W. Terry. CRAB W. E. PERKINS ORCHARD, KENTUCKY 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 Stanford, Ky. Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, April 2, 1918 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Jf.. Condensed Report E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright Snlttii at tht poHefio at BUnford, ireond tlau ma ntatttr. Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KY. AS MADE TO COMPTROLLER, RESOURCES Bills U. S. Bonds for Circulation MARCH 4, 1918 de no let there persons:respect of There is one man at least In the United States Sennte, who docs not stand for the foolish courtesy usually observed in that body toward members, especially when the question of loyalty is involved. During the discussion started by the Repub licans, who are playing politics while our brave boys are making a life and death fight in France, he demanded that LaFollette be expelled from the Senate and Bcrger, the Socialistic candidate in Wisconsin bo interned, and said other things with the bark on them. For three months or more a committee of the senate has been pretending to investigate the utterances of the arch traitor from Wisconsin and to this good day, notwithstanding the proof of his disloyalty is so great that he who runs may read, it has not had the courage to report that LaFollette shouid bo expelled. A New Jersey man was sent to jail for a year for making a disloyal remark about our soldiers and this man is permitted to insult the entire American people with seditious and traitorious language uttered in the highest of law making bodies. There is neither justice nor equality in this. Let's stop making fish of one man and fowl of another and stand up all traitors against a wall for the shots of a firing squad. A great many people, including ourselves, have been wont to regard the State of Nevada as the little end of nothing whittled down to a point and noted for nothing except the laxity of its marriage laws and the ease with which divorce can be obtained. We were therefore surprised to read that of all the states she has furnished more soldiers for the present war, in proportion to her population, by long odds than any of them. It is stated by the war department that she has gone over her quota of volunteers and drafted mer 900 per cent, or 696 greater thnn all the states. Besides this she was the first state to her quota of the first liberty loan and came within a scratch of doing so in the second. She has also more than done her part in contributing to the Red Cross and other patriotic organisations, putting her at hc head of the procession of patriotic Commonwealths. We therefore 'doff our tile and beg pardon for everihaving I thought ill of her. over-subscri- be Spring Styles sill Collegian Clothes The world's most derful Clothing. won- Lincoln County and Other Bonds First and Second Liberty Loans 790.82 War Savings Stamps United States Certificates of Indebtedness.... 70,000.00 7,001.00 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures Cash, Due from Banks and U. S. Treasurer.. 160,392.54 Total LIABILITIES $393,479.36 100,000.00 52,787.50 21,650.00 ,$806,101.22 $100,000.00 61,370.88 98,800.00 545,930.34 $806,101.22 Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits .'. Circulation Deposits Total 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. The Deposits are the largest ever shown in a published statement by any bank in Lincoln County 8 SEED CORN Leave your order with W. H. Higgins for Boone County White Seed Corn 5 S3mKBXSSEB& y Mot J QB(BBis: Test, Ninety-Nin- e Per Cent. DA&SCC ion I U 1? 5.T: NiZvY.:o saSSSsrvN.-. J- t v!Swfefkvx kTCaROS" i New Oxfords Just arrived aV dlmkmXBM U issioners jaie OF tt moberts, Bailey & Rtiolev "THE HOUSE- - OF QUALITY" WAR BRIDES U Town Lots and Knob Land 1 I will sell at public outcry in Satnford, at 11:00 o'clock "Uncle Bill" Schooler, who Ins made a splendid paper of the Somerset News, has resigned. He is succeeded by Mr. Virgil McCluve, a bro ther of Mrs. J. A. Hammond, of the West End of this county, and a splendid man. Mr. McClure''has been traveling representative for the Transylvania Co., Lexington, for several years and has spent some of his time with the News. It will bo good news to his many friends that Mr. Schooler will remain in Somerset, where he will engage in another line of business. Gov. Stanley has signed the bill to consolidate the board of control and the prison commission, with five commissioners, whereas the wo boards had seven. Thu two repiiV.'.-.rmare let out and Henry Hines, of the pres ent board, will be chairman. There never was any necessity for the republican members. The democrats are responsible for the present administration of the Stage's affairs and it should not bo divided. s STANFORD, KY. At an auction sale held on the lawn of the Paris court-hous- e $2,600 was raised for the Red Cross. A suckling pig, which had been presented to the Eed Cross, was sold time and again until $1,213 was realized on it. Monday, April 8, 1918 County Court Day TEN SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS lying in the neighborhood of Moreland and some in the vicinity of Milledgeville. Also 60 acres of knob land lying back of Milledgeville. These lands belong to the estate of the late Alexander Bruce and are sold by the order of the court. TERMS A credit of six months will be given. Purchasers will be required to give bond with approved security, payable to the commissioner and bearing 6 per cent interest. A further description of the land and lots can be had by calling on the undersigned commissioner. I E. C. WALTON, Master Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court Auto Service to Danville Taylor Auto Livery Co., Danville BUICK CARS EXCLUSIVELY Careful and Experienced Drivers Suppose you were engaged on the toughest job of your life. If all your family were pulling for you to win, if your friends were just brimming over with confidence in your ability, if every one about you was happy and cheerful and spurring you on, if there was not a "knocker" seen or heard, do you doubt you could make good? Well, Uncle Sam has just that kind of a job on now, so treat him accordingly. The Harrodsburg Herald is raising Cain because Mercer and Washington counties were made a Representative district by the last Legislature. Looks like one man wouldn't have much trouble representing those two small counties. It would insure Washington county being represented by a democrat, which is worth something. Senator Williams, of Mississippi, says that LaFollette ought to bo expelled from the body and that Victor Bergcr, Socialist candidate in ought to bo interned. Wisconsin, Strong language, but the Mississippi statesman "sure does" know what ho is talking about. Kansas City bakers have joined the strike called in sympathy with the walkout of laundry workers, and the Missouri metropolis faces a serious bread shortage. Leave Danville Hotels 9:00 a. m. Leave Stanford :00 a. m. Leave Danville Hotels :30 p. m. Leave Stanford 4:00 p. m. Special and Careful Attention to Packages which are carried and delivered at reasonable rates 1 1 The following from the pen of the old friend, Will G. McKinney, formerly of this city, but who has resided at Montgomery, Ala., for the past dozen or so years, appeared in the Journal, of that city: "Do you think it right for so many of our southern maids to marry soldiers? Montgomery it seems When You Are In Town Drop In and See the is doing more than her share to furnish war brides. It seems that they are following Wilhelm's advice to his people, where he tells them to marry and raise warriors. Girls remember t and hear it play. It is the greatest of its kind on the and bear in mind the old maxim, market. Listen to its sweet tone. Sold by "marry in haste and repeat at leisure," and a marriage is a life time job. Also remember that soldiers are away from their homes and friends are strangers in a strange lnnd, and we must take in consideration, thnt their manners and customs are different from ours. In one No. 27 respect they are similar to Arabs Ky. they dwell in tents and silently steal ............ ........... ....................t.....i..t.itl...l ti........la............. away between the two suns never perhaps to return. Young Ladies, remember and consider well the consequence of taking unto yourself a soldier for a husband. You run the risk of having a family to care for; and his leaving you to go to war to be killed in a battle. Then you will bo a 'war widow'; living on the mercy of your kin, or again he may return a helpless cripple for life, and will of there will be more burdens for you Price, deceased, to bear. 'Selah.'" will Interior Journal's The old cooper shop and barrel house belonging to the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co., at Camp Nelson, burned. For a while it looked as if the warehouse, containing 16,000 barrels of whisky, would be consumed. nd Masterphone The Lincoln Pharmacy TIw ?R&$m&i Store Phone Stanford, ............,... Farm and Townf roperty AT PUBLIC SALE 1 Seven hundred artillerymen yesterday marched from Camp Zachary Taylor to the artillery range at West Point and immediately went into camp. As administrator with the annexed Garner the undersigned at the mansion house occupied by him at the time of his death, on the Lancaster pike, near Crab Orchard, on the DR. C. B. RYLE Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary College Cincinnati, Ohio Has procured an office and will locate in Stanford about April 15th, 1918, for the practice of his '8 of 20th Day for April,the 1farm at 2:30 P. Leave Call at Campbell House, No. 143, or Huffman's Meat Store No. 271 Rates: Stanford to Danville, $1.00 Taylor Auto Livery Co. Danville, Kentucky M., offer sale publicly 98 acres of which he died possessed of about and also the lot on alley back of Cherry's store in Crab Orchard, containing two tenement houses. The lot will be sold in parcels and then as a whole and the bid accepted which realizes the greater sum. The Lincoln Trust Company Administrator THE INTERIOR JOURNAL $1.50 A YEAR! The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, April 2, 1918 CONDENSED Page Pive 20-thigh-clnss. STATEMENT OF "8ifs-lt"-- 2 Drops-T-hin The First National Bank STANFORD, KY. AS MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER, MARCH 4, 1918 RESOURCES to tin Danci ! Corns corn-pullin- "Goodnight to Corn Pains Peel Off With "Gets-It.- " "Say, Blrlo, you can laupch ftt g tlRht shoe, or damp, weather, bis bumpy coma, calluses on tho soles of your feet, corns between tbc toes, hard and eoft corns, Loans and Discounts Overdrafts U. S. Bonds : First Liberty Loan Second Liberty Loan War Savings Stamps U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness $ 50,000.00 $267,251.14 24.06 2,150.00 32,950.00 222.70 28,000.00 Other Stocks and Bonds Total 113 322.70 44,'380.62 Real Estate and Fixtures Cash and Due from Banks LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus Undivided Profits (Net) Circulation Deposits Total 7,400.00 118,953.95 $551,332.47 "Iff AH Off With TkU Fierce Cora Now-'GcU- -Il'b Magic." $ 50,000.00 PERSONAL AND SOCIAL April G The Beulah Walker Circle will meet with Miss Kate Lynn Wood at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. T. D. Raney has bei-- visiting friends in Lexington. Mrs. Wallace W. Walter is visiting relatives at Covington. Jack Newborn was here from Sunday with relatives. Miss Pattie Stephenson, of Richmond, is here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bronston Elder spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cass. Mrs. Wesley Embry, of Frankfort, is with Mrs. J. T. Embry and family. Little Miss Effie Ridgeway Caneer went to Richmond Saturday to visit friends. Miss Elizabeth Carpenter has gone to Dayton, O., to visit her sister, Mrs. Mark Collis. Hon. H. Clay Kauffman, of Lancaster, took Saturday's train for Jacksonville, Fla. Misses Lissa Holtzclaw and Mary Moore Raney came home from Richmond, where they are teaching, Friday night for Easter. Mrs. J. W. Cocking, Miss Marjorio Cocking and Mrs. Ruth Hopkins, of McKinncy, have been guests of Mrs. Max Ogdcn in Danville. Ernest Wallin, a Sammie at Camp Taylor, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wallin, on Cedar Creek. of LouisMiss Nannie Bratton, arrived Saturday to spend ville, Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Bratton, at Hubble. Clarence Cooper arrived from St. Paul, Minn., Saturday, where he is in training. He found his father somewhat improved. Young Cooper has gained 12 pounds since he went into Uncle Sam's service and is otherwise greatly improved. Mr. J. C. Hays, of Crab Orchard, paid for his Interior Journal Saturday for the 39th time. He has taken the paper since his removal to this county with the exception of a very brief period and has been one of its very best patrons and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Padgett and Mr3. Una Graybeal and children, of Waynesburg, passed through to Lexington in Mr. Padgett's Ford Saturday. As they were driving through suffered a Stanford the machine puncture and Mr. Padgett had opportunity to show what an expert he is at repairing. Wil-more corn pains! You won't limp more; you can enjoy the danco every minute. Then to seo how that corn or callus will como rlpnt off complete, llko a banana peel and without tho least patn, Is Just wonderful. 'Qcts-I- f is tho blBKCSt seller among corn rcmovcr3 In tho world $551,332.47 today, simply becauso It is so wonderfully slmplo and always works. " Be sure you get 'Qets-It- .' "Gets-It- " Is sold at all druggists (you need pay no moro than 215 cents Mrs. W. P. Stephenson, of May-wooa bottle), or sent on receipt of prlcp by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago. III. is quite sick. Sold in Stanford and recommendHon. J. S. Owsley was in Louised as the world's best corn remedy ville on business Monday. Col. S. T. Harris made a business by The Penny Drue Store. trip to Richmond Saturday. Dr. W. F. Hicklc, of Kennedy, Miss Jessie Powell is at Bowling Texas, is here with relatives. W. H. Blair, of Waynesburg, took Green taking a business course. Mra. W. P. Kincaid went to Leb- this morning's train for his old home in Harlan. anon Monday to visit relatives. L. Wearen Hughes came up from Mr. Robert Fcnzcl was in Mt. VerMemphis Sunday to see his brother. non Sunday, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. Logan Stephenson of May-woo- Mrs. Matthew Fenzel. Miss Margaret Harding and Mr. is ill in a hospital in LouisTaylor Hughes, of Danville, were in ville. Mrs. M. E. Pruitt, of Millersburg, the c:ty with friends Monday. Miss Sadie Catherine Kincaid went is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. to Lancaster this morning to visit Bedoll Chancellor. Frank Robinson and family, of her sister, Mrs. M. S. Burnsidc. Mrs. 0. P. Huffman and little Danville, were here Sunday to see granddaughter, Allie Catherine DaMiss Lucile Cooper. Miss Byrdie Perkins and brother, vis arc visiting relatives in Danville Sam Perkins, of Crab Orchard, were this week. Mrs. Brent Altshelcr and little son, in the city Saturday. Henry Dailey and family, of Mt. of Louisville, were guests early last Vernon, were guests Sunday of the week of her sister, Mrs. Robert Benton Woods. family of George Owens. Mrs. M. C. Newland was out to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Buck and family, of Gilbert's Creek, spent Sunday see Mrs. W. R. Dillion, of the Cedar She found Creek section Monday. with Mrs. Mattie Nevius. Mrs. J. W. Howard, of Crab Orch- her quite sicli. Mr. G. B. Cooper is holding his ard, spent several days with her parown, the doctors say. Mr. George ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Burdette. Miss Elizabeth Hunn, who has a W. Carter remains very ill, while Mr. good position in Louisville, came up J. F. Rigney 13 improving. Mr. Walter 0. Walker has moved and spent Easter with the homefolks. to his new home at Wal Mi.-,- s Willie Ballard, of the High- his land section, has returned from a nut Flat. It is with much reluctance protracted visit to friends .in Lex- that their many friends here give them up. ington. Mr. Jake Y. Robinson, who has Messrs. Ed Brady, William Rein-ha- rt Moore were at Mt. been down South all winter, was and Clarence d, d, fr-mil- 33,000.00 5,769.16 49,700.00 412,863.31 the corn or callus with a few drops of 'Gots-It- .' to What a blessed relief It plves any If you will Just touch Mrs. J. B. Paxton. He was en route fair sex. your paper come another to Lancaster. "Let National Bank Examiner John B. year; I can't do without the I. J.," Vernon Sunday mingling with the here this morning with his sister, Our TACKLE is the TACKLE TACKLE the BIG ONES Do not fail to inspect our large assortment of Reel Poles, Reels, Lines and Artificial Bait. :::::: The Penny Drugstore E. R. Coleman, Prop. Phono No. 2 Stanford, Ky. writes F. P. Holmes, as he forwards $1.50 for another year. Mrs. John W. Hughes, son, and Mr. E. D. Pennington, wife and daughter, Miss Mary Pennington, of Danville, spent Sunday with friends here. Cabell D. Woods found the work at Chickopee Falls, Mass., too heavy for him and he came back to Cincinnati, where he will engage in business. Mrs. Sallie J. Pennington, of the East End, has gone to Rocky Ford, Col., to visit her daughter, Mrs. E. 0. Singleton, and orders the I. J. sent there to her. E. P. Manuel, of the East End He has been was a caller Monday. in bad health for the past few months and it was his first visit to Stanford in months. Miss Lucile Duddcrar, who enme down from Eastern Normal to spend Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dudderar, returned to Richmond this morning. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Higgins and Dr. W. Harry Higgins, of Richmond, Va., who arrived Sunday, left Mon day afternoon for Louisville to at tend the marriage of Rev. Alfred A. Higgins to Miss Catherine Sigler. Miss Emma Hays, who has been with tho Interior Journal for six years and has given splendid service during all of that time, resigned this week to accept a responsible position in tho postofllce. Miss Hays newspaper wo is the best man to be found and this paper's regret at losing her is lessened only by tho thought that her present work will be less arduous and confining. Every one in this county and throughout Kentucky will regret to know that County Clerk G. B. "Thompsie" Cooper, of Stanford, is seriously ill.' Reports received this morning are slightly more encouraging. Ho is yet n vory sick man. A bettor offlcinl or n cleverer man than G. B. Cooper is yet to bo born. Many of us will not only hope, but earnestly pray for his recovery. Danville Messenger. all-rou- Chenault is here going over the business of the First National and Lin coln County National Banks. We'll wager he will find things in ship shape. Mrs. J. B. Willis, of Crab Orchard, is the guest of Misses Emma and Ann DeJarnettc. Robert B. Woods, a prominent young farmer of Stan ford, was in town Monday looking over the markets. Mr. Woods has many relatives in this county. Richmond Register. Tho Lexington Leader says that John Lynn Pence, of Stanford, was one of the six young men who enlisted as apprentice seamen in that city the other day. Mr. Pence is a son of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pence, Jr., of thin city, and this paper is informed that he was rejected on account of his weight. MARRIAGES Osceola Medeklo and Miss Lucy Britt, of Wayne county, eloped to Jeffersonville and were married. Alfred Claud Hughes, of McKin-neand Miss Sara Farmer, of this city, was married hero on the 30th. Charley Ballard, of Garrard, and Miss Sara Price, of this county, were joined heart and hand on tho 30th. Capt. King Swope, of Danville, and Miss Mary Margaret Richards, Iowa, were married of DesMoines, last week. Wirt Dudley, of Springfield, and Miss Mnry McElroy, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Burton McElroy, of Lebanon, will be marricll Juno 11th. Dnrsie D. Carrico, who was manager of tho local telephone exchange hero some years ago, was married in Jeffersonville, Intl., Inst week to Miss Jewell Burkhnrdt, of Indianapolis. Mr. Cnrrico is estimator for the Cumberland Telegraph & Telcphono Co., nnd has been stationed nt Frankfort until recently. Ho has mnny friends here who send congratulations nhd y, FOR SALE 28 nice cattle, good HEMP BREAKS for snlc. R. C. their mnrriago Saturday evening at qunlity nnd f J. M. Cress. 5:30 o'clock by Rev. E. B. Bourland, Hocker, Stanford, Ky. f LOST Airdnlo dog. Hns long, Phone 3001, Dnnvlllc. pastor"of the Christian church, at his My home in StanFOR RENT. yellow hair. Notify Mrs. Hugh Nou home on Ileaumont avenue. The only of his whereabouts. 20-ford; located nt junction of Dnnvillo persons who were confided the secret FOR SALE One nnd and Hustonville avenues. W. 0. were Misses Ollie Morgan and Irene bushels of fine clover seed. A. W Walker, Stanford, It. F. D. 1 27-Ji'-t- f Kirby, whom the bride asked over the Carpenter, Morelnnd! SMALL red sorrel marc, with telephone to meet her at the parsonF0R SALE A small soda founmy place closely age without explaining the nature of tain in good condition. Mrs. A. B. foretop Marchshaved, left Tuesday, 20th. Plcnse phone f Pillion, Crab Orchard, Ky. ., the errand. The simple ceremony was Stanford. seed. Must T. F. jladgctt, WANTED to most impressive and beautiful, and been clean, red buy cone SALESMEN WA'NTED to "solicit ton or enrly amber. immediately afterward the young E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford. 25tf orders for lubricating oils, grcasoa Commission. Salnry couple left for Louisville where they FOR SALE A lot of baled straw, nnd paints. Harvey or Co., CleveOil Address The remained several days. On their re- cheap if sold at once. Otis Flor- land, Ohio. n p turn they began boarding with Mrs. ence. TVO hemp brakes for sale. Only Fannie McFatridgc, where they will acres of hemp this Auto tire. OwneF can used on 1 FOUND. remain this summer. The bride is the get it by describing property nnd year. Estill Cnrter mnkc. Mrs. J. only child of Mr. L. B. Givens, and paying for this notice. 27-- 1 r A. Carter, R. D. 1. Phone is one of the sweetest and most lovSE"TS FOR SALE Good DuFoc brood red and White, ONION able girls in the community. She is GO cents a gallon, sow, will farrow about middle of talented in music, and is quite pop- yellow onion sets, 27-- 1 May; weight about 100 pounds. J. at II. N. Jones, Stanford. ular socinlly, and an active an earnA small sandy sow, W. Bourne, R. F. D. 1, Stanford, ESTRAYED in her church. Mr. Alexest worker p Ky. ander is the son of Mr. Ed Alexan weighs about 110 pounds; got out of MELOTTE cream separator nearder, a prominent farmer, and is asso- stock pen Sundny morning; shows two horse wagon. Wagon ciated with him in the management to bo with pig. Give information to ly new; can be seen at Abt's blacksmith shop. f Harry Hill. of the large farm on the Frankfort Ottcnheim. Albert Schulor, Wnynes-burp Route No.L LOST On road between Kings pike. He is a young man of worth and ability and is universally respect Mountain and Lnncastcr, nuto tire Money saved is money NOTICE ed by nil who know him. Harrods-bur- g with tube. Return to Interior Jour- made. That is what you can do by seeing us before buying a cream sepp nal office. Herald. arator. Can deliver on short notice. TOO K About the firstof June I J. S. Moblcy & Son, McKinncy. Ky. new bungalow ready for WITH THE CHURCHES. will have a you. B. L. Fagaley, Stanford, Ky. Rev. J. II. Little, of Florida, will PAINTING & PAPER HANGING 2n.toJe20. Have your painting and papering preach at the Presbyterian church "MONEY TO" LOAN $1,000 and Hustonville next Sunday and Sunday up on improved farm lands in Lin- done by me: sntisfuction guaranteed so it would be to your interost to week. Tho membership is requested coln county. Five per cent. Rufe As- - let me figure with you before con19-to be present each Sunday, and es hurst. Somcrset.Ky. tracting your job. G. L. Bradley, coun- Hustonville. FOR SALE Two eight-fopecially next Sunday, 7th. show cases and three new counFOR RENT The T. C. BaH'store-rooRev. Homer Wilson Carpenter will ter ters. Will sell cheap. W. W. Withand rooming house I now ocpreach nt tho Central Christian cupy, until Jan. 1st. Nine rooms in 27-ers, Stanford. church during the absence of Rev. house, which has bath and other conFOR SALE 100 good stock hogs, veniences. Will also sell my stock of I. J. Spencer. Rev. and Mrs. Car penter will leave for Richmond May weight GO to 100 lbs. Phone or groceries at cost. Jas. Shifflett, Stanford. 234t 1, where he accepted a call to the write Lutes Bros., Middleburg, Ca SEED" CORN FOR SALE 500 sey county, Ky. First Christian church. Lexington bushels nice Tennessee corn that LOST U. S. auto tire, 30x3 Leader. tested from 95 to 100 per cent. Price Leave $5 per bushel plus sacks. This corn A Shelbyvillc dispatch says: The Serial number 1539051-T- . has been thoroughly tested and abRev. D. M. Walker, pastor of the with Cumberland Telephone & Tel- solutely all right. C. T. Bohon, p re- egraph Co., in Stanford. Shelbyville Christian church, R. F.D.NoM . f ALL persons having claims against ceived official notification today of FOR RENT House "with four his appointment for service in Eng- the estate of Mrs. Lucinda E. War- room3, water and waste pipes in present kitchen; barn land and France. He was directed ren, deceased, will me at oncethem rage. Poultry with two stalls and gaproperly proven to for yard and large garden to arrange for his passport and hold payment. Those owing the estate and yard. Possession given in two in readiness for orders to sail will please come forward and settle. weeks. The house I occupy on Lanhimself administrator of caster street. Apply to Mrs. L, M. on notice, Mr. Walker's church has R. M. Newland, p granted him leave of absence for a Mrs. Lucinda E. Warren, deceased Ooodknteht. year. The Week of Prayer observed by the women of the Christian Church last week was said to be the most JL JL helpful and largely attended in tho history of the church. There was THIS WEEK FOR BUTTER FAT, APRIL 1 to 7 an average of forty in attendance e each afternoon; the programs under Butter Company Kas Helped The the leadership of different women the Farm Woman each day, were full of inspiration and (spiritual fervor; and the offerRead the message one of our patrons gnve us permission to print: ings of tho Missionary Society and Gentlemen: There has never been anything gotten up that has helped ho FARM WOMAN like THE BUTTER CO. Young Ladies Circle will total one We used to churn and sell our butter, but with your help, we do hundred dollars, the largest amount not have to do that now. yet given at this season. It was a I can't help but sing praise for you. We have no store bill to pay great preparation for the special now. We always have a little money. meetings which are in progress this I have sent you several shippers and have never heard anyweek. ell one say but what they were Sunday, May 5, will be We will have six cows soon. We are raising a bunch of pigs Day" in Kentucky, on the separator milk and also have four calves. following a custom originated several years ago in the State of KenLong may your Company Stand! BEATRICE WELLER tucky, and which has now been TRY SELLING YOUR CREAM TO adopted by many other States and by the International Sunday-schoTri-Sta- te Association. An effort will be made to have more than 1,000,000 persons in Sunday school in the State on that United States Food Administration License, No. day. The celebration will be carried out under the auspices of the Kentucky State Sunday School Association, of which the Rev. George A. Joplin, of Louisville, is the executive secretary. The ten days' scries of decision meetings, for which the membership colors. Special price on them All kinds of the Christian church has been prebegan with paring for two months, for one week only from $7.50 re two fine services Sunday, and audito $27.50. For this week only, we will give ences that taxed the capacity of the off. you one-thir- d building. There were eight additions to the church at these services. LADIES' DRESSES OF ALL KINDS Miss Warriner, who is assisting in the music, is charming the hearers We can sell you from to with her leadership, and solos. The entire service is intended to strengthSKIRTS en faith and arouse n keener interest in religion during these trying All kinds and colors, silk and wool, made up times. After tonight tho service will to date, we can sell from $2.98 to begin nt 8 o'clock, so as to afford those on the farm nn "opportunity to SKIRTS attend with less difficulty, and those of the schools to study some before White, black and stripes, priced coming. Tho services will occupy from 98c to only one hour nnd a quarter each night. 23-ttf onu-hnlf tf 20-t- L47-M- C-- tf 24-l- 27-l- 2 27-t- G3-.- I. 27-2- 27-t- g, 20-2- 27-l- 2i-8p- T 8t ot 2ft-.- lt m 2t 27-l- p 2. Har-rodsbur- g, 27-l- 24-t- 21-F- jL iZ5 J, 25 Tri-Stat- TRI-STAT- E ol The Butter Co. cincinnatLTohio Ladies' Spring Coats and they' worth $4.98 $12.50 LADIES' $8.95 WASH and white $39S LITTLE DAUGHTER BORN DEAD Sana Yantis Carson was the name intended for the little daughter who arrived at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Y. Cartis Saturday morning, but tho little thing was dead when it came into this world, nnd its parents are almost It was taken to Richmond Saturday and buried in the Richmond Cemetery. Much sympnthy is felt for Mr. and Mrs. Carson in their loss. heart-broke- CENT-A-WOR- D (AcU litre are 1 cent a word ('li Ioup, rath with order; no ltd IrM than 25c exeh Ihup ) ADS JUST RECEIVED Shipment" of good wishes. The mnny Givens and were given corn flour, the only venl substitute for wheat flour, II. N. Jones. 27-- 1 BLACK mare, five years old, left my pasture Saturday. In fairly good friends of Miss Virginia condition. Phono Turnersvillo SupMr. ' Andrew Alexander ply Co., if you know her wheren-bout- s. 27-tn pleasant surprise by f J. N. Carter. Can sell you at a low figure. HOUSE DRESSES Special Bargains, at 98 cents A big line of all kinds of dry goods, and can sell you at a very low price. Don't fail to ask to see our druggets and rugs straw matting and matting rugs. Come in and let us show you before you buy elsewhere. LADIES' PALM BEACH SUITS Can sell you from $4.98 to $9.98 All other kinds of suits wool, poplin, serge. THE BARGAIN STORE SALEM & SALEM Page Six 1 he inteno Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, MR. Tho ed in Helm HELM'S GREAT SPEECH following speech was deliverCongress on March 19th. Mr. opposed the increased salaries of clerks nnd additional expenses of tho government during thoso war times nnd gives good reason for his opposition. The speech is taken from tho Congressional Record: Mr. Chairman, there i3 another viewpoint to tills proposition. The soldier in Franco is offering his life; ho has subscribed for liberty bonds; ho is buying war stamps. 'Tho little If each family used 4 cups of flour less per week, the saving children on tho streets and in the homes nre buying nnd peddling war would be 22 million pounds or 112,244 barrels every week. stamps, the passage of this amendThe greatest help housekeepers can give to win the war is to ment means that the proceeds of make this saving and it can be done by using this recipe in their efforts aro to be devoted not to the prosecution of the war but to the place of white flour bread. increase of salaries of these GovernMeal Biscuits ment clerks around Washington, who P,-- cup scalded milk are enjoying the best advantages of 5j teaspoon salt 1 cup corn meal 1 cup whito flour any employees in the United States. 4 teaspoons Royal Baking Powder 2 tablespoons shortening (Applause.) They have tho best of conveniences, the most sanitary nnd Save ,' cup of the measured flour for board. Pour milk over corn meal, add shortening and salt Wha cold, add sifted flour and baking powder. Roll out lightly on floured board. Cut with biscuit cutter and. comfortable offices to work in, with bake in greased pan fifteen to twenty minutes. electric lights, hot and cold water, Our new Red, White and Blue booklet, "Bat War Time Recipes.' containing many other electric fans in tho summer and well recipes for making delicious and wholesome wheat saving foods, mailed free address heated in the winter. I maintain that the civil employee of this GovernROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Dcpt. H., 135 William Street, New York ment should occupy the status of n volunteer, not to get the utmost dollar out of the Government, but to do his might for it while his Nation is in FfggKtTglgaWPi peril, and it ill becomes the Government clerks, whether in Washington who work only seven than he was when he wont into it. JOINS GRAND OPERA COMPANY or elsewhere, FACTS ABOUT CAMP TAYLOR hours a day for 300 days of the year, The following dispatch appeared Camp Taylor, March 30. I wish People say that the war will either and arc receiving as much as $2,000 to state sonic of the facts of the make or break a man morally. Well, in the Louisville Times of Friday. a year, to come in and ask that the camp to my friends through the col- if it breaks him it will be because ho Miss Noe, who is a Hopkinsvflle girl, proceeds of these little p visited Miss Berta umns of your paper. At present we hasn't the right stuff in him any way. has frequently sales and these liberty bonds be conarc working very hard, as the late My belief is, that if we had a law to Jean Penny, of this city, and has tributed to their further comfort, quota from Illinois and Kentucky, give all boys who arrive at the age many friends here who predict great pleasure and pastime. have come in, and the weather bein of 18 years, a six months training success for her in her work: I am against this wholesome lumpHopkinsville, Ky., March 29. line, so every one is husy especially that we would have a. better country sum, indiscriminate increase in clerithe old men. I have visited and talk in every respect, and I am sure we Mis Emma Noe has signed a three-yea- r cal salaries. Over yonder, over there, contract to sing in the Chicago ed with the Lincoln hoys and they would be in better position to withis the boy standing on the firing line She has a are well satisfied or apparently so. I stand invasion than we have been in Grand Opera Company. fighting for the very life of this Re would have been glad if they had the past. There are worse things than beautiful contralto voice, and is the public, for home and fireside. You been sent to my company but they being in the army. The army by no second grand opera singer Hopkins- are proposing to send him back to were not. I know the mothers are de- means is the worst place in the world, ville has given to the world, as crops. You take from him a Martin, the noted American raise the bating in their minds what is going yet it confines you to your post, and portion of his earnings to support a to happen to their hoys if they co to the going home trips are short and tenor, was born in this city. Miss dependent mother; you take from France. Arc they poing to die, as far between, so that is what hurts Noe is a daughter of A. D. Noe, pro- him a portion of his salary to buv prietor of Hotel Latham, and one of thousands of them did in 1898 of more than any thing else. Liberty bonds; you send him back Wo boys from Lincoln certainly the most beautiful and popular girls gassed, disease? If they are shot, or into the furrow to raise the crops to or burned, what show have they of appreciate the visits made by our in Western Kentucky. Campanini, furnish the food for these employees getting well? So many wild stories Stanford and Crab Orchard friends, impresario of the Chicago Grand Op- who are now coming here and asking recently tested the of danger and death have been cir- as it absolutely docs us good to have era Company, $28,000,000 increase out of the war culated that the folks at home are al- them with us. The boys of the next vocies of 200 applicants. Miss Noe funds that ought to be sacred and most forced to look on the dark side quota are exepcted the 29th of this and Miss Beryl Brown, a Chicago dedicated to the prosecution of this of the picture, but remember every month and of course wo are glad to singer, were the only ones he war. (Applause.) cloud has a silver lining and the see them, and it is a good time to enThis is but an entering wedge. It bright side will turn when the proper ter as the weather is getting warmer is to be followed by like bills increasand is nothing to compare with the A CHILD HATES OIL, time comes. ing other employees' salaries. In the coming during the cold weather we CALOMEL, PILLS FOR name of God, will the American ConForeigners talk openly of "Ameri-co- n have had. Every thing is made as LIVER AND BOWELS gress always be cowards and not luck" in war. They admit we comfortable as possible can be stand for the people who are paying have never been beaten. But they many things are here to keep and the Give "California Syrup of Figs" If these taxes? Think of them. There is claim we have always had luck as our fellows in good spirits. Any thing collectors goan army of income-ta- x Ally This time, they saw we are can be bought Cross, Sick, Feverish, here in camp that a ing about over the country. The farCuckicr than ever, lucky because the soldier Constipated needs, and most every kind mers and merchants are all denying other armies have learned a lot of of pleasure can be had in camp. We comlessons from which we can profit; have Look back to your childhood days. themselves the necessities and a Soldier's Club in the city of "lucky because we arc safe from Remember the "dose" mother insist- forts of life to prosecute this war. Louisville which affords us great lucky because wo have not pleasure in regard to shows, all kinds ed on castor oil, calomel, cathartics. and here comes a raid on the Treasonly men and resources but time to of musical instruments, writing ma How you hated them, how you fought ury to make money out of it to give to these people who ought to be willmobilze both. And every one of them terial, etc. and all of this is at our against taking them. ing to deny and stint themselves in on our usual command, and we sure make use will congratulate us With our children it's different. of American luck in having the man, it. We boys are here and we may be Mothers who cling to the old form of order to aid in a more successful (they all envy us) in charge of the home soon, and then it may be for a physic simply don't realize what they prosecution of this war; and I say to you that it ill becomes the Congress physical well being of our soldiers. long, long time, but yet as it is, we do. The children's revolt is of the United States, in the first There seems to be an impression expect to see this war through and Their tender little "insides" place, to invite, protect, and guaranfight in the we have the chance in this country that to of doing so, I are injured by them. tee organized labor against punishpresent war means almost sure death think. If your child's stomach, liver and ment, as it did, by giving it the right to a soldier. As a matter of fact, both There'll never be a stain on Old bowels need cleansing, give only deli- to strike when the ships are moving in the danger from disease and in Glory cious "California Syrup of Figs." Its with the boys on board, but requiring the deadliness of the actual fighting As long as this world goes'round; action is positive, but gentle. Millions emergency repairs, and some set of there is no comparison between the We're proud to have an Army and of mothers keep this harmless "fruit men say, "No; we will not drive a in Europe today and our Civil war Navy laxative" handy; they know children rivet," and then have the Congress War. In the Civil War our mortality That can fight and hold Freedom's love to take it; that it never fails to go ahead and say, "We will protect cent for was something over five per crown clean the liver and bowels and sweet- and guarantee you against punishthe four years. It is true that the We'll never let them tramp on Old en the stomach, and that a teaspoon-fu- l ment." Call back the boys from French armies suffered almost exGlory, given today saves a sick child to- France. actly the same death losses during Our flag will never touch the morrow. boys You are sending 1,500,000 the first five months of this war But ground; Ask your druggist for a bottle of over there. Stand here and protect you must not forget that those first There'll never be a stain upon Old "California Syrup of Figs," which them. They are tho ones to be pro five months were the most disasGlory has full directions for babies, chil- tected and safeguarded at all hazAltrous period, especially for the As long as this world goes 'round. dren of all ages and for grown-up- s ards. Speak it to the world and let it lies, who were unprepared in every CORPORAL HENRY C. DAVIS, plainly on each bottle. Beware of be known that the American Conway. Bv 191G, the French had re- 14th Co. 14th Bn., 159th Depot. Bri- counterfeits sold here. See that it is gress is looking solely and exclusiveduced their mortality to only about gade, Camp Taylor, Ky. made by "California Fig Syrup Com- ly to the welfare and success of the two per cent, for twelve months, thai pany." Refuse any other kind with boys on the firing line and not to the is a rate of only twenty per thousSORE THROAT contempt comforts of these clerks, thirIt and. Even in civil life a rate of who ought to bo contributing to in teen to fifteen per thousand is usual. Colds, Coughs, Croup And Catarrh Verner Sanders is a record break- stead of attempting to gouge the Therefore it is evident that the addiRelieved In Two Minutes ing sheep raiser. He has 42 ewes Government. (Applause.) tional war risk is surprisingly low. with 85 lambs, 41 of them with twins Is your throat sore? After a three days' battlo in our Civand one with triplets. He also has 38 STANFORD MAN LOSES HOPE il War, such a battle as Gettysburg, Breathe Hyomei. "For 10 years I suffered severely ewes with one lamb each, thus makHave you catarrh? for instance, a third of the men ening 125 lambs, with several more from stomach trouble. The doctors gaged were left on the field. You Breathe Hyomei. ewes to lamb soon. W. P. Hatchett said I had cancer of the stomach and can not find in the present conflict Have you a cough? nothing would do but an operation. sold W. P. Robinson a bunch of any threo day's battle as disastrous Breathe Hyomei. pound cattle at 11 cents a pound I took my last round of Mayr's Wonsay that if you Have you a cold? as that. Yet I will with $1 off the head. Attorney R. L. derful Remedy 2 2 years ago. Since take a period of several years, it Breathe Hyomei. Hyomei is the one trcament for Black sold his farm of 125 acres to then I sleep well, eat what I want seems to rae that the chance of a at $182.50. Mr. and feel fine." It is a simple, harmman being killed in action is greater all nose, throat and lung troubles. It Bruce Tewmey, now than it was during the Civil does not contain any cocaine or mor- Black bought the place from W. E. less preparation that removes the caWar. This is because he fights row phine and all that is necessary is to Holtzclaw in November at $160. tarrhal mucus from the tho intestinalmost continuously. Ho is in the breathe it through the little pocket Coleman & Sorrell sold to Merritt al tract and allays the inflammation trenches most of the time instead of inhaler that comes with each outfit. Curd and Leo Bissett 40 stock cattle which causes practically all stomach, big liattln, A complete outfit costs but lit- at eleven cents. They also sold to liver and intestinal ailments, includgoinr; into an occasional with weeks or months of inaction be- tle at druggists everywhere and at Henry Coleman 300 stock hogs at ing appendicitis. Ono dose will convince or money refunded. The LinHarrodsburg Democrat. tween. Death from disease was great The Penny Drug Store and Hyomei 17 coln Pharmacy and The Penny Drug wars, but is guaranteed to banish catarrh, menace in the It at present it has changed. At this croup, coughs, colds, sore throat and Out in California there was a fac- Store. stage of the war many commanders bronchitis or money back. A Hyomei tory which made cement. The dust Shipment .of any articles to troops renort that their soldiers aro in bet- inhuler lasts a life time and extra from tho factory spoiled the orange in France, unless thoy have been retor health, even in the trenches, thm bottles of Hyomei can bo obtained groves nearby, lawsuits were so num- quested by the soldier himself, was our civilian population back at. home. from druggists. erous tho manager of the concern forbidden by Major General March, I nm sure the mothers who have redecided to experiment in ways of Acting Chiof of Staff. They will be cently given up their sons to bo Cashier Joe H. Gibson, ef the First keeping tho dust from flying about. refused by the postoffico and express trained for this great war, aro won- National Bank of Somerset, has been At last it was electrically treated, dering what kind of society they chosen to lead the drive in Pulaski which, it developed, turned tho dust companies unless accompanied by an approved request from tho soldier. will associate with. There is. one for the Third Liberty Loan. A better into a potash product. Now the facthinff certain, your boy is coming man for the job could not have been tory is making potash as the regular s job printing at tho Inhomo from this war a better man found. output and cement as a terior Journal office. 22 Million Families in the United States 4 CUPS OF WHEAT FLOUR TO THE POUND Corn Cremo Dairy Feed Feed your milk cows Cremo Dairy Feed.- - ll is a mixture of Cotton Seed Meal, Alfalfa Meal, Gluten Feed, Molasses and Mill Feed. We hava sojd this feed for more than a year and know that it is fine for milk cows. 16.5 per cent protein. We have this in 100 lb. sacks, J. H. Baughman & Co. INOOSrOBATED FOOD WILL WIN THE WAR Vv VsMj .mfcV'JK w BiV i?i Attention Men! Our Spring and Summer styles are here and it is time for that new suit. war-stam- We will be glad to show them to you. Ric-car- Every suit is for long wear. MpHii m cssaagKuoB. II Sam Robinson The Byrne Optical Service Eyes I I Glasses Tested Fitted Eighteen Years Experience 12 Years in Lincoln and Adjoining Counties well-founde- d. J. J. BYRNE Optician 1 Weatherford Hotel Hustonville, Ky. April 1st to 6th Optometrist Employ No Agents! LOOK! For Sale in Mississippi We have tome fine black Prairie Alfalfa Farm, tome in Brown Loam Belt, and Delta Farms. Our Repretentative for this lection hat had experience in farming these land personally. Knows the good and bad lands. If you are interested in buying good land in the South, as a home, or an investment, it will pay you to write us or have an interview and let us know just what you want. We will be glad to serve you. Address joy-ridin- g 1,-1- 1-- c. Interstate Realty PAUL FINCH, Manager 1108 Fayette Bank BIdg. (or hoe cholera TbinkoittTMr.Farmer.bero'saroniedy that is sold under a "Legal Guarantee lioud." How can you afford to take chances against hoar cholera woen you can get mis remedy on buck lermsr Co. CURE aTl,l, wnwaws prc-histor- ic P. O. Box 486, Lexington, wy. GUARANTEED ffun 111 High-clas- uun, u suoaaauoansuiruiee. RgMKDY BOUBBON It doee the work bolter la the on ly remedy ever put up that la guaranteed to oure and prevent boa coolers. than any othitr known remedy, orlt would not Utauld oa au, eurfcew mm CAMera hmumv COMPANY. mhmh uuuoa ao.uu, Lealnrton. Ky. aiahwuiiuu, The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, BOONE WAY AND DIXIE-BOONTho long contention over the route Highway being of the yond Livingston, to mnkc connection with Laurel county, hns been settled at last, and what is known ns the "river route" hns been accepted by Federal authorities who had a say so in the matter inasmuch ns Federal aid is to be used in the work. Work of construction is expected to be begun soon. Tho Louisville Automobile Club, in connection with the Boone Way Association, is making arrangements to mark the Boone Way from Louisville to Cumberland Gap in addition to erecting proper signboards for the convenience of tourists and travelers. Thej arc also working out plans E Dixie-Boon- Page Seven DR. GANFIELD LECTURES Stanford High School was the scene of a very imortnnt nnd henc-fleilecture Inst Tuesday Along with Dr. Gnnfield were two other men of note, who hnd the care of the Y. M. C. A. in their hnnds. These gentlemen, 'Messrs. Adams nnd Barber, made interesting tnlks on the part the young men not liable to draft are to play in the prosecution of tho war. The one big thought nnd object of Dr. Gnnfield'a nddress was "Stick to Your Education." The nl CAPT. AM BOURNE AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. Tho high dollar nt your sale all tho time and nt lowest price; sales cried anywhere. Phone 364A Lancaster nt my expense Auction Land Sale Mercer County Farm We Will Sell at Public Auction on the Premises Dr. J. G. Carpenter Stanford, Kentucky, Office Friday, April 5, 1918 AT 11:00 O'CLOCK THE WILLIAM SHIELDS FARM CONTAINING 358 0 ACRES, LOCATED ABOUT FOUR MILES FROM THE CITY OF HARRODSBURG, ON THE HARRODSBURG AND BLOOMFIELD PIKE AND KNOWN AS THE JOHN FORSYTHE FARM AND FORMERLY OWNED BY RANKIN CLEMMONS, DECEASED. 41-10- for establishing n branch of this highway which will be n shorter and more direct route from the Falls City, which will give a connection between the Western and Eastern divisions of the Dixie Highway Vernon Louisville the and Mt. Boone and Dixie using the roadbed between Mt. Vernon and Cumberland Gap, taking in the historical places in Bullitt, Nelson, Washing- The land lays well and is productive and the farm i3 well watered and will make an ideal stock farm. About d of the farm i3 in grass. Good eight-rootwo story frame dwelling; two tenant dwellings; tobacco barn; stock barn (room for about ten acres of tobacco); cribs; granary and all needed outbuildings. Quite a little valuable timber. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. one-thirm ABSOLUTE SALE AND WILL LAST BUT 50 MINUTES, SO BE ON HAND AT 11:00 O'CLOCK SHARP One-thir- d cash, the balance in two equal annual payments, with vendors lien retained in deed to secure the deferred payments, with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date until paid. TERMS The farm will be sold in three tracts and then as a whole; simply as an inducement to secure a large attendance and create some fun and amusement, mingling pleasure with business. A BAG OF GOLD AND SILVER WILL BE GIVEN AWAY FREE, and whether a spectator or buyer your chance at the presents are the same, if you are on hand promptly at 11:00 o'clock. COL. J. E. T. BOWDEN The South's Greatest Auctioneer, will cry this sale, and it will be well worth your time to hear him, even if you don't bid or buy. United Realty Auction Co. WAYCROSS, GA. LEXINGTON, KY. MEMPHIS, TENN. For Further Information, Write or Phone, EDW. H. BYARS, Lexington, Ky. $ OF PRESIDENTS Thus far in his presidential career Woodrow Wilson has escaped being given a nickname. A large majority of the Chief Executives of the United States, and virtually all of those who occupied the chair during the early history of the nation, were popularly known by nicknames. "The Father of His Country" was the most familiar name applied to George Washington, though he was also called by the classical minded of his day "America's Febrius," "The Cincinnatus of the West" and "Saviour of His Country." "Lovely was an appellation applied to NICKNAMES Geor-gius" him in derision by the British soldiery. President Adams was called ' The Colossus of Independence." Thomas Jefferson was "The Sage of Monti-celloPresident Monroe was "The John Quincy Last Cocked Hat." Adams was "The Old Man Eloquent." Andrew Jackson was "Old Hickory" and "Hero of New Orleans." Martin Van Buren was "The ." 99$ $ 6 $$$$ ft $$ more was "The American Louis Philippe' and Lincoln was known to his followers as "Honest Abe." Later Presidents up to "Teddy" Roosevelt, the "Rough Rider," seemed to have escaped nicknames, although Grover Cleveland, after his first term, was dubbed by Charles Dana "The Stuffed Prophet." Gov. Stanley vetoed the bill aimed Little Wizard" and "King Martin the at instruction , in the German lanJohn Tyler was "Young guage in public schools of Kentucky, First." Hickory" and 'VThe Accidental President." Zachary Taylor was "Old Rough and Ready," "Old Zach" and Millard Fill "Old Buena Vista." explaining that ignorance of German would hamper the people of this country in dealing with the deceptive Hun. BOSSEAU Believing that now is the time to raise good horses and mules, I BOSSEAU PERCHERON STALLION will stand my registered Percheron Stallion, BOSSEAU, weight 2,060 pounds, at $10 to insure a living colt, and my great mule jack, JOE, at $8 on tame terms. Will make liberal cut to those having more than ono mare. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Farm one mile from R. L. BERRY, Hustonvillo, Ky. on Stanford pike. Hus-tonvill- e, indefinite period of years if need Surveying and Leveling be; the organization and distribution of man power of the country so Be sure your title is good. Let me for you, ns to gain the largest military and survey your land purchase anywhore ind make certain. Will go economic strength. He offered this program for American men. The VI. C. Newland, boy under 21 in school if possible, or at least engaged in some form of T. W. PENNINGTON, military preparation that will give DENTIST him the largest capacity and power for service. Stanford, Ky. If this is impossible VIyer House Flats then seriously and earnestly en Fhone: Office 240; Res. 165 gaged in some form of labor or service that will directly contribute to J. B. PERKINS the nntion's strength in the prosecution of the war to its complete vicDENTIST tory. A war so important and so Rooms Lincoln Bank Building serious as the one we are now en- Phone 214 STANFORD. KY. gaged in challenges the entire civilian population to a devotion and consecration of the men who are called to arms. I can get you highest prices for your Dr. Ganfield repeated the urgen- land, stock, crops or household goods. cy of the nation's call to the people Sales Cried Anywho- -t of America to increase the output, JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Moreland. GIRL'S COMPLETE EDUCATION to speed up production, to eliminate An Austrian journal says a girl's waste, to carefully conserve the naeducation is most incomplete unless tion's resources, to conscientiously Bus Between she has learned: observe the government's direction Danville To sew. regarding use of food and fuel and To cook. Daily Except Sunday the other resources that contribute To mend. to the power of the state. Perhaps Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) a. m. and 4.00 p. m. at To be gentle. there has been no gathering of stu- Leaves 10:00 Danville (Hotel Annex) at To value time. dents in the high school auditorium 9:00 p.. m. and 1:30 p. m. To dress neatly. that has listened with such rapt at- Bundles and Packages Carried at To' keep a secret. Low Charges tention and gone away with such To avoid idleness. O. L- - MINKS. Ptoorictor thoughtful and deep impressions and To be with such serious resolutions to do To darn stockings. their full duty as was true of the Watches, Clocks, JewelTo respect old age. audience last Tuesday. To make good bread. Spectacles To keep a house tidy. THE DEVIL OF ALL DEVILS Repaired by To be above gossiping. THE KAISER To make home happy. Humanity never saw a peril so sinTo control her temper. STANFORD. KY. ister, so bloody as now confronts it. sick. To take care of the The great war is no longer an af- In Western Union Telegraph Office To take care of the baby. fair of nations, provinces and cities. To sweep down cobwebs. It is an affair of hemispheres. Ger- Satisfaction To marry a man for his worth. man hordes, with the clotted blood To read the very best of books. To take plenty of active exercise. of helpless populations have swept To be a helpmate to her husband. the Slav barrier aside. The eastern To keep clear of trashy literature. hemisphere lies open to them. The conquest of the world as the kaiser's To be and aim is more clearly revealed. But To be a womanly woman under those conquerors of the east will fall short of world dominion. There are Have for sale all kinds of Farm and all circumstances. lots of Americans, Canadians, Brit- City Property. Any information deREVIVES BECKHAM RUMOR ish, French, Italians, Belgians and sired will be cheerfully given. Call The coming retirement of Percy others fighting the world dcspoilers. or phone 32, Junction City, Kentucky Haly from the Seventh district InWilliam Hohcnzollern has boasted ternal revenue collectorship at Lex- that he will succeed in conquering ington, in favor of Elwood Hamilton the world where Alexander and Naof Frankfort, hns revived the rumor poleon failed. But the kaiser says that United States Senator J. C. W. that he will soon end the United Beckham is the choice of that fac- States for opposing his will. Refinishing of furni tion for the Democratic gubernatoHe has Lucifer fighting with him; ture anrl ninnn r.o1.'cK. M rial nomination for next year, and he is signing his army orders; is urging done in first-clas- s that Mr. Haly is leaving official life ing him on in the frenzy of blood to devote all of his time in working lust nnd land lust. A million lesser style by up the movement for the nominadevils have poured from hell to help. m tion of his chief. It was reported The devil of murder, the devil of some time ngo that a move was on massacre, the devil of one thousand W Whitley Ave. to roach an understanding between victim firing squad, tho devil of Senator Beckham and Gov. Stanley, treachery, tho devil of rape, the whereby the former would run for devil of arson, the devil of lies, the Governor and tho latter go after the devil of starvation, all the devils of C3XXSXSC3 sonatorship to succeed Beckham, but all the crimes are running wild amid Now is the time to plan your Gov. Stanley put a prompt quietus the red haze which wraps the globe. Orchard, Lawn and Garden! on the report by stating that tho peolonger any remote There are no ple and not the politicians had the possibilities. Tho United States of Our large descriptive catalog say nowadays in filling public offices. America at Inst realizes what this of reliable Fruit and Shade Trees, Small Fruits, Shrubs, Louisville Times. war means. It sees in progress a Evergreens, Grapes, Seed Powhich at one gigantic world-raid- , tatoes, Strawberries, Asparagus Speaking in behalf of tho candida- time looked as though its allies Etc., if freo upon inquiry. We cy of Joseph E. Davies, Democrat, in would bo beaten down, but which have NO AGENTS. Write the Wisconsin senatorial race, Hen- has now turned in favor of our ry Morgenthau told of the prepara- forces. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS tions made by Germany. The GerMillions of men are now striving Lexington, Ky. man war lords began their plans as to save tho world from kaiscrism, MHHsHHH far back as 1870, ho said. Tho chil- and as sure as thcro is n God in Headren in tho schools do not know to ven, these men will save tho world. whom they owe tho greater allegi- If you are not with us, you are ance, God or tho Kaiser. against us, and you can rest assured Crescent If SinLlMHBfcisW J The Dutch Government, in a state- thnt we are against you. Heights ment, declares tho seizure of Dutch Secretnry of War Baker, nt tho merchantmen in American ports "an Stock act of violenco which it will oppose American headquarters in Franco, with all tho energy of its conviction declared ho was delighted with Gen. nnd its wounded national feeling." Pershing's quick nction in placing all Tho statement denies that German the American troops nnd facilities nt pressure was back of tho fniluro to tho disposal of tho Allies in the pres- Aberdeen-Angu- s observe tho plan for the Allies to ent situation. News that they wore to take part in tho great battle was Southdown Sheep, DurocJersey Hogs utilize tho idle tonnage. bloodlines is represented in greeted with cheers by tho Ameri- Tho bestthese famous breeds. High-claeach of John Wilson sold to R. J. McAlis-tc- cans from ono end of tho Amoricnn individuals for sale at all times. also of the East End, n bunch zone to tho other, and even nt tho E. V. CARSON R. F. D. No. S front. of shoats nt 19c. Stanford, Kentucky ton and Boyle counties, including the Perryvillc battlefield, Danville's most noted points of interest, Lincoln county wth Logan's Fort, Bright'? Inn, the Whitley brick house, the erected in Ken first brick tucky, ns well as other points of much interest. When completed, all possible data will be published and Blue carried in the Automobile Books of the different Associations nnd Clubs, in addition to the publicity that will 1)0 given by Tourist Routing Clubs in the larger cities, especially those of the north, which are actually receiving several thousand inquiries every month as to when the road will be open thru the mountains. This direct routing, will, no doubt, catch a large portion of the touring traffic which will prove quite valuable to the communities thru which it is routed. in Lincoln County National Bank Building. Diseases of the eye, nose, throat, ear. Genito-UrinarPelvic, Rectal and Skin. nudience listened for one hour with Eyes Scicntificly tested and glassrapt attention while the educator es udlfully nrcscribed. told them about the war aims of the CONSULTATION and SURGERY government and the call of the nn- M. tion to our American citizens for hearty and loyal support of the govUNDERTAKER, WAYNESBURG. ernment's plnns. We carry a large nnd complete stock The nudience was very much im of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. pressed when he said, "We must not Phone: Farmers' line No. -- ; end the war until we win the war." Woodstock line No. The several problems calling for patriotic civilian service include the financial organization of the country I am prepared to vaccinate for Anthrax, Black Leg, and all other on a basis that will provide an antock diseases. nual revenue sufficient to carry on JOHN the necessary industries of the na Phone 204.COOK, Veterinarian, Ky. Stanford, tion nnd to continue tho war for an y, J. REYNOLDS VACCINATE Stanford 28-2- 9, AUCTIONEERING Auto and Stanford self-relia- ry and ROBERT FEN2EL Guaranteed J. S. Bonta & Co, Real Estate light-hearte- d lleet-foot-e- d. Inside Painting j A. Shanks T R E E S y. &m& u mmlmk Farm Cattle ss r, Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, April 2, 1918 Buy U. S. Government to ST" 11 War Savings Stamps "Let Your Money Earn for You It Works for Uncle Sam" w Lend Uncle Sam $4.15 Today Years from Now He'll Pay You $5.00 j J In offering War Savings Stamps and Thrift Stampstp the public, the United States Government presents to every man, woman and child an opportunity for profitable, simple and secure investment. Gf War Savings Stamps are "Baby Bonds." Back of them are the entire resources of the Government and people of the United States. They enable you to invest your surplus savings in Government Securities paying equivalent to-per cent compounded quarterly. You need not begin with a large amount. You can buy 0. S. Government Thrift Stamps at 25c each. When you buy your first Thrift Stamp, you will be given a Thrift Card. Each Thrift Card has spaces for 6 stamps. When you have filled a Thrift Card it may be exchanged for a $5.00 War Savings Stamp at any Postoffice, Bank or other authorized agency, by adding 5 cents in cash if exchanged prior to May st, 1918, and c additional each month thereafter. Thus a $5.00 ar Savings Stamp will have cost you $4. 5 (if purchased before May st, 1918). On January st, 923, the United States Government will pay you $5.00 for each War Savings Stamp you own. (Under the law no person may hold such stamps in excess of $ ,000 maturity value) . r4 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 may buy the $5.00 War Savings Stamps outright. When you buy your first War Savings Stamp, you will be given a War Savings Certificate. This has spaces for 20 stamps. Thus, when full, the certificate will have a cash value of $ 00.00 on January st, 923. 1$ The interest paid you on War Savings Stamps is equivalent to 4 per cent compounded quarterly, if you keep your stamris for 5 years. If you should need this money before Jan. 1st, 1923, you can get it back on ten days written notice with interest at approximately 3 per cent, by presenting your War Savings Certificate, with stamps attached, at a Money Order Postoffice. The 25 cent Thrift Stamps, however, are not redeemable except in exchange for War Savings Stamps. f It is the desire of the Treasury Department of the United States to have every man, woman and child participate in the War Savings Plan by buying Thrift Stamps and War Savings Stamps regularly. Parents are asked to encourage children to save and buy these stamps to help win the war! You can order War Savings Stamps and Thrift Stamps by mail from your nearest Postoffice, or either your rural carrier or your bank. fl If you prefer'-;you 1 1 1 They Also Serve Who Stay At Home and Save This Advertisement Paid For and Donated By1 Phillips Yi . & Phillips T.D.Newland&Son Dealers in All Kinds of Groceries Dealers in Gents' Furnishing Goods of All Kinds J. C. 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