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No. 28 The Interior Journal The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentullcy, Friday, April 5, 1918 WEDDING of Wedncs,-dagives tho following account of tho marriage in that city Tuesday evening of Rev. A. A. Higgins, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Uiggins, of this city, and Miss Catherine Sigler, n popular young lady of Louisville: The marriage of Miss Catherine Sigler nnd Mr. Alfred Higgins was solemnized at 8:30 o'clock last night at the Broadway Methodist church. The Rev. J. D. Sigler, father of the bride, officiated. Mrs. William S. Stephenson, of Washington, was tho matron of honor, and tho bridesmnids included Misses Katherinc Monk, of Mobile, and Elizabeth Higgins, of Stanford. Dr. William Harry Higgins, of Richmond, Va., was his brother's best man. The ushers wore Messrs. Guy N. Hitchcock, of St. Louis; Arthur Almstedt, Dr. Clem B. Spalding and Mr. Hope Haas. Mr. Carl Shnckclton presided nt the orgnn and several vocal selections were given by Mr. Arthur Almstedt. The bride, who entered with her uncle, Mr. Albert Edward Haas, wore a gown of satin. Mounted over the skirt was the full tulle and lace skirt with straight panels of georgette crepe. The square neck corsage was of tulle nnd georgette crepe with flowing sleeves of tulle nnd the court train of tulle was cnught to the shoulders with orange blossoms. The tulle veil was finished with frills of real lace and held by orange blossoms, and she carried a shower bouquet of white sweet peas. The matron of honor was attired in a duchess satin gown combined with filet lace. The round length skirt was veiled in the laco and the lace and tulle bodice was cut square neck with short wing sleeves of tulle. The bridesmaids wore gowns of dawn pink net combined with lace and mounted over Callot satin. They were made with short full skirts of net, the corsage being cut square neck with flowing sleeves of tulle with touches of lace. The matron of honor and bridesbouquet maids carried of radiance roses and white sweet '' -peas. was artistically decora The church ted in potted green plants and Eas ter lilies. The pews for the rela tives and close friends were marked by white standards topped with the lilies and tied with white tulle bows. Following the ceremony there was a reception in the leather room of The Seelbach for the two families and a few close friends, and in here the decorations were also carried out in green and white, green plants and Easter lilies being used. Mr. and Mrs. Higgins left last night on a two weeks' wedding trip, after which they will return to Louisville and go to housekeeping. guests Among the were Mr. and Mrs. William H. Higgins, of Stanford, Ky.; Mrs. Rich ard T. Fewell, of Rock Hill, S. C; Mrs. Robert L. Hatch, of New York City, and Mrs. William H. Monk, of SIGLER-HIGGINS fc Tuesdays a Vwdays &? SF DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER WITH THE CHURCHES. Rev. W. D. Welburn will prcnch at Naylor Isaacs, aged eight, son of Ncal'8 Creek church Sunday after- Edward Isaacs, of Boyle, killed himnoon at 3 o'clock. self while playing with a pistol. Methodist worship at tho court Dr. Sam Burnsidc, who left Lanhouse Sunday morning at 10:45. caster many years ago and has lived Very important matters to bo pre- at Wichita Falls, Texas, since, is THE The Cpuricr-Journ- al y Large attendanco urged. sented. Sunday school at 0:30. Sunday, Presbyterian church, April 7: Sunday school 9:45. Tho Communion Service, 11 o'clock. C. E. Meeting, 7:45. Union Service at tho Christian church, at 8. Mr. Sam Lewis, who sang in tho meeting conducted at the Christian church here last year by Rev. Brooks, will give a recital for the benefit of the Red Cross chapter at Richmond on April 1G. The meetings in progress have grown in interest and attendance each night. The singing under the leadership of Miss Warrincr is inspiring, and her solos, rendered in a charmingly impressive manner, arc a great spiritual power. The sermons are dealing with the fundamentals of religious faith as related to present day life. Tonight the service will be especially adapted to young people, and they are all cordially invited to be present. The subject will be, "Climbing." Miss Warriner will sing "I Am Happy in Him." There will be no service Saturday night. Sunday morning the Sunday school will assemble at 10 o'clock. A matter of vital importance will be considered at the morning service, and the membership is urged to be present. The Christian Endeavor meets at 7:15. Rev. Bruce will preach at the evening hour, 8:00 o'clock, to which the public is earnestly invited. dead, aged G9. The activities in this country of Senator Humbert, editor of Lo Journal of Paris, will be investigated at the request of the French Ambassador. The United States during the first year of war has spent approximately of which nine billion dollars, has gone in' loans to allies and will be repaid eventually. This vast sum was raised by taxation and tho ordinary sources of revenue, which conof the war ocsts, tributed and the balance came from sale of Liberty bonds. Robert P. Traegcr, of Collinsvillc, 111., said to be of German parentage, was hanged to a tree one mile south of the city limits by a mob of 350 persons, which dragged him from the basement of the city hall there, where he had been in hiding. Prae-ge- r was accused of making disloyal remarks in a recent address to the miners ta Maryville, 111. Final action has been taken by Congress on the bill creating two additional Secretaries of War and it is expected that Edward R. Stctti- nius, surveyor of army purchases, and Frederick Keppel, dean of Columbia University and now acting as confidential assistant to Secretary Baker, will be chosen for the newly created jobs within a few days. The War Industries Board, in order to speed up the shipbuilding programme, has issued orders to steel WEAK KIDNEYS MAKE mills and fabricating plants to give WEAK BODIES! priority to all orders for steel ship plates from the Emergency Fleet Kidney Diieaies Cause Many Aches Corporation. This action was taken and III of Stanford People. following complaints made by Geo J. Baldwin that his shipyard at Hog As one weak link weakens a chain, Island, Pa., was short of ship steel so may weak kidneys weaken the whole body and hasten the final STANFORD GIRL COULD one-ha- lf one-sixt- h breaking-dow- n. I? Overwork, strains, colds and other TO TOUCH HER causes injure the kidneys, and generally when their activity is lessened "My f.ath.y:, got me a bottle of . . theiwkflle body, suffers. . Mayrfs Wonderful Remedy .for stom- su acn - urinary ills frequently come, and muchuoboic anaa 'taking it. My better since tendency stomach was so painful I couldn't there is an towards dropsy, gravel or fatal stand my clothes to touch me." It Bright's disease. When the kidneys is a simple, harmless preparation fail there is no real help for the suf- that removes the catarrhal mucus ferer except kidney help. from the intestinal tract and allays Doan's Kidney Pills act directly the inflammation which causes on the kidneys. Stanford testimony-iall stomach, liver and intes proof of their effectiveness. tinal ailments, including appendici Mrs. E. J. Cooley, Whitley Ave., tis. One dose will convince or moStanford, says: "My kidneys were ney refunded. The Lincoln Pharma out of order and I felt run down and cy; The Penny Drug Store. tired out. I had dull pains in my back and across my loins. The acMONDAY HORSE SHOW DAY tion of my kidneys was irregular. Monday is not only county court I read of Doan's Kidney Pills and day, but it is horse show day as well. bought some at the New Stanford If the weather is good people will Drug. Co. This medicine soon put be here from the "lead mines" and my kidneys in good order and re- "salt works," while cattle and cattle lieved the symptoms of kidney trou- buyers will be on hand from a dozen ble." or so counties. April court is always Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't a big one, and next Monday prom simply ask for a kidney remedy get ises to be the biggest yet. Better Doan's Kidney Pills the same that join the crowd and come to town n Co., Mrs. Cooley had. that day. And while you are here Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. be sure and hear Col. John R. Allen, of Lexington, talk about Liberty i RED CROSS LUNCHEON.BAZAAR Bonds at the court house in the afOn May 13th, county court day, ternoon. the Lincoln Chapter of the Red Cross will serve a court day dinner ABOUT YOUR SEED CORN to the public for the benefit of the The seed corn proposition is a Red Cross. A bazaar will bo held in Jourconnection. The committee in charge most serious one. The Interior Col- nal has been furnished by the plan to make this luncheon and balego of Agriculture, at Lexington, zaar an unusual and extensive una list of the farmers in Kentucky dertaking. We need tho who have tested seed corn for sale. of all good citizens of the county, To those who can not procure seed we ask all who will help in any and way to volunteer their services and from our local dealers tho Interior statement of test assistance to Mr. Wm. Severance, Journal can furnish chairman of the Lincoln county Red and of price with name and address having it for sale. Cross, or Mrs. Wm. H. Shanks, chair- of farmers finance committe of said man of SERVICE LEAGUE TONIGHT Committee. chapter. The Liberty Service League will Cut This Out It Is Worth Money. hold a brief session this evening for DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this the membership at 7:15. Tho early slip, enclose with five cents to Foley hour is chosen so that all may at& Co., 2835 Sheffield, Ave., Chicago, tend the services at the Christian 111., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return church at 8 o'clock. All the mema trial package containing Foley's bers are requested to meet prompt- for Honey and Tar Compound, coughs, colds and croup, Foley Kidney Pills and Foley Cathartic THIS WOMAN FOUND RELIEF Sold everywhere. Backache, sore muscles, stiff or The Penny Drug Storo gave a swollen joints, rheumatic pains, dizziness and liko symptoms are caused guarantee with tho last 50 boxes of by disordered kidneys and bladder. sold and Irs. Thomas H. Davis, Montgomery. stomach tablets it has not had a single customer re- R. F. D. 3, Ind., writes: "I doctored port dissatisfaction. Ask to see tho months without relief. I commenced using Foley Kidney Pills and got re'guarantee. lief. Eight bottlo cured me." Sold everywhere. Why Not Be Good To Yourself. 49 AND 276 LUCKY NUMBERS If you awaken weary and in tho morning, or tiro early The holders of tickets number 49 in the day, aro bilious and "blue, and 27G can get a splendid pair of with coated tongue and bad breath if you are suffering from indiges- shoes each by taking the ticket to tion or constipation you will find Parks & Hendren Co., the Danville Foley Cathartic Tablets quick to re- shoe merchants. In the recent conlievo and comfortable in action. They test they held, the above are the are wholesome and lucky numbers. Sold everywhere. am-jeeiing ever-increasi- ng NOT STAND CLOTHES . RUSS LL TESTING SEED CORN LIBERTY BOND SALE BEGUN MASTERS' BROTHER KILLED T The first move for tho sale of tho Mr. Tttink Leslie Russell, of RichThomas Masters, brother of Mr. mond, who has been here testing G. II. Masters, of this city, was killed Third Liberty Loan Bonds was made seed c rn for the past ten days, has at East Bcrnstadt Wednesday morn this morning when the bankers of made .number of tests and reports ing by the explosion of the boiler the county nnd others met nt the and took steps toward the i llowing: H. C. Baughman, of nn engine used for pumpnig wa court-hous- e ycllov corn, W. ter from a coal mine. The cause of floating the big loan. Mr. J. S. Hoc-kc- r, white who is the county chnirmnn, C. Blrikcnship, Thomas A. the explosion is not known. Mr. MasBrent 30 ; W. A. Brent, 00; Ed ters had arrived at the mine only a called the meeting to order nt 11 M. L. Marcum, few minutes before the accident and o'clock and Cashier II. G. Skiles, of II. B Hard U. S. Traylor, 00; W. M. his body was fcnrfully mangled. The the Crab Orchard Banking Co., the Bright J." r ; Mrs. F. B. Harnett, night man, Ernest Adnms, was also efficient secretary of tho organiza.T? StniHi .10 rf-- n n badly hurt and had not resumed tion, was on hand to note the proMurpA'.-lsfK- , ; J. H. McAllis'er, yel when Mr. G. II. Musters ceedings of the meetings. Those low co n10' ,, white G5 ; I. L. Phil- left East Bernstadt Thursday after- present were: E. J. Tanner, M. E. ; Richard Hester lips, G J. noon. Thomns Masters had consid- Wheeldon, P. M. McRoberts, H. J. P. Chaicellor, G0 ; T. A. Rice, yel- erable mining interests in the East Brnzelton, P. L. Bruce, J. W. Hos-kin- s, W. M. Bright, J. M. Reynolds, low 58$, Thus it will Bernstadt section, having sotck in be sec ijtthat none of the above gen- other than the mine he was opera- J. A. Hays, J. C. Eubanks, F. M. corn thnt should be ting, which is close to the town. He Wnre, R. B. Woods, R. C. Hockur, tlemen uur-plantei . It is very important thnt a was 44 years old and besides his J. W. Williams, J. B. Pnxton, R. L. bumpe corr crop be raised this year wife, leaves six children. He was a Hubble, J. S. Hockcr, II. G. Skilos, and it should be tho aim of every member of tho order of Odd Fellows Reuben Curtis, S. T. Harris, W. D. farmer to plant only corn that will and a Knight of Pythias as well. Welburn and an I. J. representative. be surslto germinate. Other tihts Members of those fraternal orders Chairman Hockcr stated the object will be givon from time to time. took part in the burial services, of the meeting and told of the im which occurred in the East Bcrn portance of the quick sale of the LEVY FOR 1918 50 CENTS stadt Cemetery Thursday afternoon bonds. He insisted that every man Thef fiscal court at its meeting Rev. Jones made a few appropriate and woman in Lincoln county who TucsdljJ fixi the levy for the pres- Uemarks at the grave. An immense enn possibly do so should buy a bond ent yckr.'at i"0e. It is divided as fol crowd was present nt the burial, of some denomination and impressed 2c for turnpikes nnd dirt which showed to some extent the es his hearers with the fact that here lows roads, 17c general expenses, lc court teem in which Mr. Masters was held tofore the banks had underwritten house bonds. 2c court house sinking by his neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. G. the amount of the bonds, but this fund, 23-4- c turnpike sinking fund, II. Masters, attended the burial. time they would not do so; that the l-hterest on turnpike bonds, and people generally were entitled to 5c t Fvpay Contractor Krueger's take as much of the good investment LOYAL TO HIS HOME TOWN judgn ent on the court house. The The other day a gentleman from ns they desired nnd that the banks appor oning of the pikes to the poo a iieiirhboring town approached Mr. would endorse the security but for pie living on them, that they may J. W. Acey, the druggist, and told tho present would make no purchaslook a ter and keep them in repair, him he wanted to make him a propo- es. The resolution, passed by the A full re- sition to do the painting and paper- body, state very clearly tho position has no .beon completed. the work will be given in ing on the St. Asaph Hotel, which he of the banking institutions in the port these :,i olumns in a few days. bought ten days ago and which he is floating of the present loan. It is: AU1 fa ot" 15 cents was made for preparing to greatly improve. Whereas, the Federal Government "I am ' public schools of the county. The going to give every bit of the work has asked for the Third Liberty Loan law grws the fiscal court the right to I can to my home people. I make and has expressed the desire that levy asmuch as 30 cents, and Supt. my living here and I think it is noth- this issue be placed in the hands of Garlarilv Singleton did his utmost to ing but right that I should spend my the people to as large an extent as get thwma'gistrates give him as much money with them," was his reply. possible, therefore bo it as Ofcents, but 15 was all they The gentleman congratulated him on Resolved by the bankers of Lin would fallow. his loyalty to his town and said he coln county in session assembled, wished more citizens of his city felt that the people of the county be NEXT, WEEK POTATO WEEK. ns Mr. Acey docs. given the first opportunity to subIn jarder to judiciously administer bonds, which we con the fari V the State, it has been SWINEBROAD RESERVES DATES scribe for these d investment. sider a ithe Food Administration Col. G. B. Swinebroad, the LanTalks were indulged in by many e the week beginning to caster real estate magnate, phoned of those present and a number of Sv Potato Week for Ken-ithis office Thursday to reserve the good suggestions were made. Dr. account is being kept 70, 10; 10; 40; 15; 50; ss G0; 33. ' 1 4c C decidB of t! lie. tB AprB gilt-edge- ci prac-ticall- s 1HH tBuppjjr, anu wiiuru.is, some 100(fi are distressingly short, other foods! are abundant. There is such a quantity of potatoes left on hand in Kentucky, that unless the supply i.s used, the farmers will plant sparingly this spring. We are asked to help in administering the food of the country by eating potatoes three times a day during potato week. Use these potatoes during this week in place of foods, that have to be transported, and thus help to win the war. Xollfwn?t. datea. Jor --him: Tuesjlay. April lGth, for a big land sale in Boyle county, and Wednesday, April 24th, for the sale of 240 acres of land in Lincoln county. The land is some of the best in the county and A lot of cattle, will be mules and farming implements, etc., will be sold at the latter sale. Watch next issue of this paper for particulars. sub-divide- d. their services in the sale and promised that their work should be thor-ough and satisfactory. Mr. W. M. Foster-Milbur- Tab-let- s. Mi-o-- unre-fresh- ed health-givin- g. CREDITABLE WAR PICTURES The war pictures shown at the opera house Wednesday night were very creditable and two big houses enjoyed them. A picture of the late Caswell Saufley was shown, but it so little resembled him very few people recognized it as being the picture of disposed of. the young man who gave his life for e the gentleFrom the his country, but before doing so men adjourned to The Princess g startled the world with his where a splendid repast was enjoyaeroplane flights. ed. The Stanford bankers were the entertainers and they did the job CHANCELLOR MAKING GOOD handsomely. Besides the substan- The Cincinnati Enquirer contained tials, strawberries and ice cream and of picture and interesting write-ucake were served and all left the George E. Chancellor, son of Mr. and Havadining room puffing a Mrs. Bedell Chancellor, of the Walna. To add to the enjoyment of the nut Flat section, the other day. Mr. meal, Earl Coleman, the clever drugChancellor is having remarkable suc- gist, tendered tho loan of one of his cess with his "bang tails" and is a splendid Columbia Grafonolns, and veritable Riley Grannon. also furnished Capt. J. L. B. Coffey to operate it. WILL SELL JERSEY COWS. A committee composed of Messrs. adYour attention is called to the P. M. McRoberts, chairman, C. Hays vertisement of J. B. Camcnisch, who Foster and J. Welch Rochester was will sell at public auction Monday, appointed to dlvido the county into county court day, a number of extra districts and to appoint good Jersey milk cows. They are a tees in them. Mr. McRoberts is also choice lot. Tho sale will occur at chairman of tho speaker's committeo Nunnelley's stock pens at 1 :30 p. m. and he had a wire today from J. R. Bush, of Lexington, stating that Col. BEST FOR CHILDREN Experience proves that Foley's John R. Allen, of that city, would bo Honey and Tar is the best family here Monday to address the public medicine for children for coughs, nt the e nt 2 p. m. Col. colds, croup and whooning cough. splendid speaker and ho Mrs. M. E. Schlarb, 55G Oakland Allen is a Ave.. Ashlnnd, Pa., writes: "When will have an interesting message for my little girl gets n cold I give her r. the people of this county. Ladies dose of it nnd it always relieves her. nre invited to honor tho ocension I cannot praiso it too highly. Sold with their presence. everywhere. While tho meeting was in progress, Cashier J. II. Hocker, of tho National BOUGHT AN AUTO TRUCK fur- Bank of Hustonville, phoned Chair Pence & Hill, tho Chnirmnn. niture dealers, have just bought and man Hocker that his bnnk would co- NOTICE FOR KNITTERS! Early Potts, of tho county, got too put into action nn auto truck for operate with him in every way posNew yarn for sweaters and socks has just arrived. All who will knit, much boozo aboard tho other day and delivery purposes. They can now de- sible in the sale of the bonds, that call and get yarn from Mrs. W. N. got pulled by Chief of Police George liver goods while they aro being sold. it was impossible for him to be pres ent today. Try them and see. Craig. T. Wood. Ho was fined $15. court-liousrecord-breakinp y, LIGHTNING STRIKES BARN At about 2:30 Wednesday morning lightning struck a barn on Mr. J. F. Cover's farm near Peyton's Well and the building was soon in ashes. In it were a brood mare, soon to drop a colt, a mule, a lot of feed, harness, gasoline engine, cutting box, etc. The loss is about $1,000, with some insurance. The same morning Mobile, Ala. lightning struck and killed a young horse and pony for Dr. Hugh Reid. KEEP LIVER ACTIVE Severe hail fell ..in the Waynesburg AND BOWELS CLEAN and Ottenheim sections Wednesday WITH "CASCARETS' morning, many wjndow glass being broken. The paper roofs of several Best When Bilious, Sick, Headachy, of the buildings in those sections Constipated, or for Bad Breath were penetrated by the hail, which or Sour Stomach. in some instances were as large as up inside to- bird eggs. Be cheerful! Clean night and feel fine. Take Cascarets MISS MUNDAY BURIED HERE. to liven your liver and clean the The remains of Miss Ruth Mun-da- y bowels and stop headaches, a bad were brought here from St. offensive breath, cold, biliousness, laid to rest tongue, sallowness, spur stom- Louis this morning nnd coated in Buffalo Springs Cemetery by the ach and gases. Tonight take CasMrs. Joseph Mun-dacarets and enjoy the nicest, gentlest side of her mother, who was a Miss Miller, and liver and bowel cleansing you ever a Miss Pence, a experienced. Wake up feeling grand whose mother was family of doing it. Cascarets relative of the large Pence Everybody's this county. Deceased was about 22 best laxative for children also. years old and her death was the re sult of a long illness of tuberculoWON'T RAISE TOBACCO sis. The remains were accompanied F. W. Coppage, who raised a good Dr. W. by a sister of the deceased. crop of tobacco last year on his farm D. Welburn made a short talk at the in tho West End, says he will "cut grave. out" that crop this year. "I feel is my duty as a citizen to that it HE CAN REST FINE NOW. raise things to cat instead of to chew "I suffered greatly from kidney and burn," ho said to an I. J. man, and bladder trouble," writes F. B. who took pleasure in commending Fairbank. 55 Grand River Ave., W. Detroit, Mich. "Had ta get up six his patriotism. or seven times during the night. Foley Kidnev Pills have worked wonDON'T LET IT LINGER ders and I can recommend them as A cough that "hancs on" wears tho best medicine I have ever taken." down tho sufferer, leaving him Tonic in action; quick, sure. Sold everywhere. to ward off sickness. Jos. 148 Fillmore St., Nashville, Tonn.. writes: "I was suffering with NOTICE, RED CROSS SEWERS a dry hacking cough and a pain in All who have sewing for tho Red my cnest, out since taKing roiey s Honey and Tar Compound I have Cross, please have same ready and been relieved." It soothes, heals in by the 15th, as a box is to be sent and cures. Sold everywhere. at that date. Mrs. Ed Wilkinson, out-of-toun-ab- lo Gil-lar- stadt and Altamont, Laurel county, suffered a cyclone Wednesday morning which did considerable damage. A dozen or more dwelling houses were blown down, several box cars turned over on the track and many trees were uprooted. Passenger train No. 24, due here at 4:30 A. M., was delayed about six hours. CYCLONE AT EAST BERNSTADT The section between East Bern- Bright suggested that a more thorough organization be effected in the sale this time than heretofore and it was decided that the county be and committees appointed to care for each section. Mr. J. W. Hoskins, of Hustonville, told of the success following the pike canvass in his home town when church work was done. He suggested that a committee be appointed for each pike as well as dirt road and that each person living thereon be requested to buy a bond. His suggestions met the approval of all. "This is the people's time to buy bonds; the banks have had their inning," suggested H. G. Skiles and the audience showed its sanction of his words. A motion was made that the "ball be started rolling" at the first meeting by a sale of bonds. Chairman Hocker was the first to buy and he took $2,000's worth. In a few moments about $10,000 worth of the 44 interest bearing bonds were sub-divid- ten-ce- nt it court-hous- d, te X Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanfoid, Kentucky, Friday, April 5, 1918 Overnight Relief for Constipation THE M i : mild, pleasant-tastin- g of simple laxative herbs with pepsin that is known as Dr. Caldwell's m Syrup Pepsin, taken just before bedtime, will afford grateful relief next morning, without griping or other discomfort. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin The Perfect Laxative SOLD BY DRUGGISTS m m EVERYWHERE M 50cts. (sT.) $1.00 A trial bottle can be obtained, free of charge, by writing to Dr. W. H. Caldwell, 457 Washington St., Monticello, Illinois 5 ci MBMMMiiKMKMMnMlM"""" A Washington City dispatch says that Mrs. Kate Bogle Karpelcs, daughter of Mrs. J. C. Bogle, of Danville, is the first woman in the United States to receive the relative rank of first lieutenant in the army. Mrs. Karpeles is a graduate of the University and is now serving with the emergency dispensary of the Army Medical Department. BERLIN PRICES SOME HIGH. Those of us who have been complaining about the high price of edibles may find comfort in the fact that in Berlin the following prices prevail: Butter is $2.25 per pound; sugar is 50 cents per pound, while $2.11 per pound is received for ham and bacon. Five small bars of Ivory Soap are sold for $1.12. Johns-Hopki- I & ; Milk Cows At Auction I will sell at public auction at Nunnelley's Stock Pens in Stanford, at :30 P. M. County Court Day 1 f 'p ' four years old except one, which is an aged cow. All are choicely bred Jerseys, two of them registered. They are all sired by grand- g sons of Derry's Golden Jolly and Oxford Lad, $ both $10,000 bulls. This will be your oppor- 'j wtunity to get good cow. , . r V. Monday, April 8th Six fresh milk cows. They are all three and chester Sunday to accept a psition as hotel clerk. Mrs. Emma Fnrris went to Rowland Tuesday to be with Mr. Fox Duddorar. Mrs. Daisy Hunt and Mr. nnl Mrs. Will Anderson, of Urudhead took Louis Hunt to Richmond Tuesday to the Gibson Infirmary 'for cJamina-tioand they gave Mrs. Hint encouragement about his conditun and think they can effect a cure. Messrs. Frank and Henry Brooks of Lebanon, have been with Mrs. Hunt n few days. Mrs. Bragg Thompson anl children, of Cincinnati, came Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson and Mrs. Jennie Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Cherry went to Brodhcad last Sunday to hear Rev. Mnsters preach. Mrs. Lucy McClure and family were visitors at Mrs. Wilson King's Sunday. Mrs. Kate Chadwick returned from Winchester, where she visited Mrs. Fife, bringing William, Jr., home with her, and he has had measles since coming here. Miss Anna McDowell, of Mt Vernon, was a visitor of Miss Alent Collier this week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collier went to Pineville Tuesday to be gone a few days. Mrs. James Roberts and daughter, of Maywood, were guests of Mrs. Tom Shaw this week. Mr. W. D. Edmiston has returned from a business trip to Louisville. Mr. Ed Koehler of East Bern- stadt, visited our town a few days n, CORN TESTED 100 PER CENT CRAB ORCHARD Corn submitted by Mrs. James D. fapter, Messrs. Will and Walker of Paris, were among friend, here Shelby mado tho finest test in tho They are plcrisc with office of Federal Agent Smith Yow-el- l. las week. gcrminn-tio- n. Tho corn showed 93 their new home. At Lexington it showed Mr. nnd Mrs. Forest Fole; went to Stanford to visit their autv Mrs. So far Mrs. Shelby's corn is the best in Boyle county for seeding purGreen. poses, based on the official tests of Wal-liMrs. Good and Mrs. Emrm of Rowland, were guests if Mrs. the Federal Agent. Danville Tom Shnw. Mrs. Beulnh Fnrris and haidsome Dutch ships en route to the United boy, of Brumficld, have beet with Mrs. McCnrley at the Spring! some States will not be taken ovar, according to a statement given out. days. Mr. Steve Tcatcr left for WinMrs. Hugh Logan has returned The CORRECT TREATMENT FOR COLDS 100. Colds are contracted when strength is lowered and the inflammation easily develops bronchitis or lung trouble, while grippe and pneumonia frequently follow and any cold should have immediate treatment with n, from a visit to her husband at SomIts cod liver oil is the favorite of physicians for correcting erset. bronchial disorders and chest troubles. Deputy John Bingaman, of StanThe Imported Norwegian cod liver oil nlways used In Scott'i Emaltlon Is now refined In our own American laboratories which guarantees It free from impuritlci. ford, was here Wednesday. Sco'f cHowne. nioomfictd.N. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at Christian church. EveryA confectioner and his clerk, both The Massachusetts Senate, by n one wanted everyone welcome. 27 to 12, ratified the Federal Germans, were arrested after candy, vote of Mrs. Steve Owsley, of Danville, is prohibition amendment, concurring believed to contnin particles of glass, had been sold to a sailor in Brooklyn. still with Mrs. Street, who remains with the House, which took similar The sailor said tho candy caused his about a3 when we last wrote. action a week ago. An effort was mouth to bleed. made to substitute a referendum Five thousand more men will IN measure for the ratification resolu- reach Camp Znchary Taylor this tion, but tho motion was lost, 25 to month, according to a telegram from FOB Washington. 14. T 17-- which first builds up the forces by carrying rich nourishment to the blood streams and creates real body warmth. J ttOTT'5 The National EMULSION Strength-Builde- r MISERY YEARS Mrs. Courtney Tells How She Was Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. The Telephone Companies of the country threw their services at the disposition of the government when we entered the war. It is your patriotic duty as a subscriber to have the patience with operators and management, as at the time you possibly think you are getting slighted, our government may be commanding our time. Our government should come first, and subscribers should be patriotic enough to give way. most enjoyable time. q On Sunday last, Mr. and Mrs Bustle gave an elegant dinner, at the Gover Hotel, which is now ,open to the public. The spread consisted of everything good the market affords, and was cooked by Mrs. Bustle, removing tho last traco of ScrofImpurities Promptly Wiped for which is enough to say. All present ula and other blood taints, and there Out. say they never ate a finer dinner. is no case that it does not promptly reach. S. S. S. will thoroughly cleanse Mrs. Thompson and Tanna, have If there is any traco of Scrofula, or and remove every disease germ that returned from a pleasant visit with other impurities in your blood, you infests the blood and give you new Mrs. Poynter at Mt. Vernon. cannot enjoy the full physical devel- life and vigor. It is sold by all drugMrs. L. F. Jones had an elegant opment that a healthy body is ca- gists and you should get a bottle and player-pian- o pable of until your blood has been begin its use put in her home ,by Mr. Write a comthoroughly cleansed and purified of plete history of your case, and you Ford, the piano man of Danville. all traces of impure matter. can obtain expert medical advice freo Mrs. Galen Rogers is visiting her S. S. S., the wonderful old purely by addressing Medical Director, 30 son, Ed, at Somerset. vegetable blood remedy, has no equal Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga, Mrs. Frank Watson and son, of Superior Judge Hill, of Atlanta, Hirsch's health was impaired by her Somerset, are with her parents, Mr. reduced to a fine of $300 the sen- long confinement and her reputation and Mrs. Harold Foley. Mrs. John Holdman, of Louisville, tence of one year in prison and fine and character ruined, while her husof $1,000 imposed on Mrs. Marga- band has been greatly humiliated is with her mother, Mrs. Jane ret Hirsch, convicted with J. W. Cook through innocent association with of attempting to blackmail Mayor the cat.e. Candler for $300,000. Herman II. Hirbch immediately paid his wife's John W. Uainey, democrat, was fine and she was released from cus- elected to Congress from the fourth STELLA-VITA- E tody. Judge Hill, in commuting the Illinois district. He will take the original sentence, declared that he seat of Charles Martin, made vacant was actuated by the fact that Mrs. by his death. We want every afllicted woman to try on at least one bottle of Stelln-Vltn- e our plain, open guarantee to return tho money paid for it if it does not benefit. If you doubt our word that it will relic e tho distressing aches, pains and misery peculiar to the diseases of woWXXWVWKBBMmaNE men, read thotcstimony of these women Vou Can Get 5.000 to who have tried it and are glad to tell others what it has done for them. The put of them by using Gates Half-SolTires.' only interest they have Jn tho matter 'j-- t We will put them on for you and change your old tires .' ' is that which any tru woman feels in Into new ones at about f the price you " would helping to relievethoMifleringsof other have to pay for new tires. women. You can believe them. Your tire comes into our plant, worn and'scarred' Mrs. J. F. Lee, Milstead, Ga., had from service, and we deliver it back to you' the same femnlo complaint for years. Threo bottire made oversize and with a brand-necured her, she tles of KtelIjA-Vita- u tread of fresh rubber. Not a square Inch of your old said, and added,"! nm certainly thank tire will be In sight, and you will not be able to tell it ful for ttns great tomato tome." jura. from a new tire. Paralco Frazier, Longiev, Tex., expressed appreciation of StcijLA-Vita- e in theso words: "I cannot say too much for this ,vonderful medicine. I had Are absolutely guaranteed (or 3,500 miles of wear without ' taken other female medicines for two many users ate averaging from 6.000 to 10.000 miles. years with no good results. I am truly ?unc1ure-aget this Kind ot guaranteed service from any tire on the grateful for tho good Sit.i.la-Vita- e maw ..' yv".S,,ut Payn two or three times the cost of a Gales has dono inc." Mrs. Bandy Withers ,, Tire. of Greensboro, Ala., was a terrible sufLET US SHOW YOU another ferer from female trouble and only t S.n'' !!irwavay If you areworn tlreuntllyou have Investigated Gates Half Sole. the paying the tire bills you will be womnn knows what that means! Hci and we are ready to show you how to keep In your own condition got bo bad her pains threw pocket a big part of the cost of new tires and get better tire service than you have ever had before. We guarantee It. her into spells like (Its. Her husbano feared sho would lose her mind. Tin Greensboro doctors pronounced her in curable. Then somebody suggestec Bhe die that she take Stku.a-Vitaiso. The first dose lightened her spells n perfectly harm less compound and it riot only nllevhuet a woman's pain, but builds up hei health; lUtlnuilatei her appetite, aid digestion, quiets her nerves and clears her complexion. It improves her personal appearance. un'd are All dealeis sell J. B. Williams, Mgr., Danville, Ky. authorized to return the money paid for the Urst bottlu if it does not benefit. G. H. MASTERS, Local Agent, Stanford, Ky. , THE PENNY DRUG STORE m vvvvssssvvxsvsnss;vss All Traces of Scrofula 9 tanford Oskaloosa, Iowa. " For years I was simply in misery from n weakness and awiui pains u n u nothing seemed to do mc any good. A friend advised mo to tako Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I did so and got relief right away. I can certainly recommend this valuable medicine to other women who suffer, for it has done such crood work for me and I know it will help others if they will give it a fair trial' Mrs. Lizzie Courtney, 108 8th Ave., West, Oskaloosa, Iowa. Why will women drag along from day to day, year in and year out, suffering such misery as did Mrs. Courtney, when such letters as this are continually being ago. Every woman who suffers irregularities, inSince we last wrote, Mr. Wood Pe Published. ters has been very low with pneumo- flammation, ulceration, backache, nervousness, or who is passing through the nia. He is out again, and feeling Change of Life should give this famous much improved. root and herb remedy, Lydia E. PinkMessrs. Pate King- and Thomas ham's Vegetable Compound, a trial. For Pinkham Lyne, have returned from a visit to special advice write Lydia E.Tho result Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Louisville and Indianapolis. of its long experience is at your service. Deputy Sheriff Robert Lewis was in our city Tuesday. ' Judge Bustle allowed the young folks to dance in his new store-rooTuesdny evening, and they 'had a m Hustonville Telephone Co. L. F. Steele, Mgr. (chandler Cleansed from the Blood Famous For Its' Marvelous Motor s ex , to-da- y. WOMEN PRAISE ' . There's New Style and Beauty In this New Chandler Model four-passeng- e one-hal- non-ski- d Mm GATESTIRES nd e new Chandler Dispatch Car. Many makers are offering models of this general type and stylo but you may search tho whole market and not find in any other car such grace of sweeping line, such complete harmony, such striking beauty of design and color as characterize this new Chandler. And in no other, of course, will you find the marvelous Chandler Six motor; powerful, er . of any make of car has ever prompted greater NO other modelmore widespread admiration than has the and quiet, fast. The demand for this new model is greater even than anticipated by the Chandler Company a company accustomed to success. You will do well to place your order with us now. Seven-Passeng- Half-Sol- SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES Touring Car, $1595 Roadster, $1595 Four-PasDispatch Car. SI 675: Fiva XVhlta Wi vvhnt nn & Convertible Sedan, $2295 Convertible Coupe, $2195 Limousine, $2895 er Four-Passenger s. ( All prices f. o. b. Cleveland) :. STELLA-ViTAUU- D. H. PREWITT, Danville, Ky. v .1 International Rubber Sales Company Btella-Vita- CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY., rxRvrcr. a isin . -I TT7 v.kW .i,, nwin in ,,jT JJ The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, April 5, 1918 Page ihree Furniture, Rugs, Cook Stoves, Ranges Our stock is fully complete in all these lines and by taking advantage of the markets in buying all our goods in the early season, our prices you will find to be normal. This large attractive quarter-sawe- d Oak Dining Table as you see illustrated here, is of a beautiful, rich Goldh top, 6 feet long when it en Oak Finish, with is opened. These tables we have always gotten $27.50 for them. By purchasing these early in the season, and in large quantities, we can sell thecs tables this season at the low price of 54-inc- folloving letter from Commissioner COM LIMENTS JUDGE HUGHES Juc ?o John V. Hughes, collector for tlis district, ia in receipt of the Ro- of In crnal Rcvenuo Daniel C. s will he seen, it is very per. ry of the work of Judge Hughes nrd his assistants, and they are nljjproid of the hearty words of commendation: Washington, D. C, Mnrch 25 My Dfar Mr. Collector: I would not bo responsive to my sentin ents if I did not send to you nt thi time, and through you to the men yho have worked under your direct on, a cordial and sincere word of coi imetulation for the manner in which you have teamworked with us in fnmilinming the taxpayers with the re quirements of the War Revenue J'ct and in getting in the returns. Bn sacrifice of personal in- LOOK! For Sale in Mississippi We have tome fine black Prairie Alfalfa Farms, some In Brown Loam Belt, and Delta Farms. Our Representative for this sec- JMSL which is an exceptionally good value. $22.50 tion has had experience in farming these lands personally. Knows the good and bad lands. If you are interested in buying good land in the South, as a home, or an investment, it will pay you to write us or have an interview and let us know just what you want. We will be glad to serve you. Address Our Rug and Floor Covering Department is fully up to the standard this season with some of the most beautiful patterns we have ever yet shown in Rugs and Linoleums. Give us a trial order, and be convinced that our goods are the best for less money. Sapp-Slato- n Furniture Co. I terest; and unrelenting application to dut you have rendered your Government and the public most valuable sendee I rcjaliro that pressure upon your ofllce must continue, and therefore, this latter not only conveys a message cjf commendation, but is intended to jsoun i in the midst of the battle a (clarion call to you and your men tt cotinue incessantly until wo compute the great campaign which has been entrusted to us. With host regards for yourself and every member of thp force, I am, Vry sincerely, r Interstate Realty PAUL FINCH, Manager 1108 Fayette Bank Bldg. Co. P. O. Box 48G, Lexington, wy. DANIEL C. ROPER,, Commissioner 300 Acre- - Farm In Best Part of Oldham County Two and one half miles northwest of LaGrange, on pike now being made. One hundred and fifty acres of this farm is virgin soil, has been put in tobacco once and is now in grass. There are about 25 acres of woodland with good timber; 30 acres of good bottom land, and the whole farm is level enough to use a tractor. Twelve thousand pounds of tobacco were grown on this farm this year, also 400 barrels of corn; $900 worth of clover hay; $350 worth of timothy hay; 30 acres of wheat now in ground and growing fine. This farm has fair fences and fine improvements. cottage, one barn for Improvements consist of one new tobacco 50x40 with enough lumbber being sawed on place to double this size; one ten-roohouse in perfect condition with two good cellars; one five-room m Successors to A. F. Wheeler Furniture Company Danvillefe Largest Furniture and Rug Store, Danville, Kentucky "Plant what you will; Till what you plant; Eat what you can, And can what you can't.1 The Casey County News says that DON'T HOARD YOUR WHEAT Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Carpenter, of Mr. J. N. Saunders, the County Hustonville, have been guests of Mr. Food Administrator, received the foland Mrs. Charles F. Montgomery. lowing instructions, which he will carry out to the letter: "There are some known disloyal farmers in some counties hoarding their wheat out of a desire to obstruct the Government. Whenever you learn of such a case, please secure evidence of how much wheat they have and send name and address to me in order that I may prepare the necessary papers to requisition it. Such class of persons should not be allowed to prejudice the loy.il and decent farmers in the community who are responding to our appeal to turn in their wheat and have it ground into the needed flour. Please be sure of your facts in presenting each case. "FRED M. SACKETT, "Federal Food Administrator for Kentucky." WATCH OUT FOR YOUR GIRL5! DRAW A MOIST CLOTH THROUGH HAIR, I DOUBLE ITS BEAUTY I Try his! Hair Gets Thick, Glossy, ;, Wavy and Beautiful at Once. Yes! Immediate? Certain? be- that's Uhe joy of it. Your hair Farmer Friend ARE YOU INTERESTED IN A SILO FILLER FOR THIS YEAR? have sold four since inserting a local 0 days ago. As soon as our present supply is the price will advance again. Let me order yours before the advance comes, and while I can get it promptly. "THE PAPEC" is in a class by itself All Steel I 1 ex-auste- d, W. P. KINC AID .lltll.ll.M. I.I..II.H.M.I II .1 VITALITY THIS MONTH You want to be very careful as to your vitality this month. You see you have been loading up your system with heavy food and your organs of elimination have become so clogged up with poisonous matter that your vitality is lowered. This made you most susceptible to colds, bronchitis, catarrh, pneumonia, and all sorts of diseases. Your liver is sluggish, your digestion is bad, and your bowels and kidneys are not working right. Best thing to do is to come in and get a bottle of Vin Hepatica, the universal purifier and tonic, which will thoroughly, yet gently, cleanse your entire system, restore your vitality, and make you not only feel like a new person but make you proof against diseases so prevalent this time of the year. The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford. Credits to the Allies in the last year were raised to more than $5,000,000,000 by a loan of to Great Britain. That nation's total credits from the United States now are $2,720,000,00 and all the Allies $5,1GO,600,000. $200,-000,0- .I..M.II. comes' light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears as soft, lustrous and beautiful as a young girl's after a Danderine hair cleanse. Just try this moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or excessive oil, and in a few moments you have doubled, the beauty of your hair. A delightful surprise awaits those whose nair has been neglected or is scraggy, faded, dry, brittle or thin. Besides beautifying the hair, dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies and scalp, forever stopping itching and falling hair, but what will please you most will be after a few weeks' use, when you see new hair fine and downy at first yes but really new hair growing all over the scalp. If you care for pretty, soft hair, and lots of it, surely get a small bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter for a few cents. Dan-derin- cabin; smokehouse; woodhouse; chickenhouse; milkhouse, with concrete floor; one new dairy barn 50x80, will hold forty cows; on silo, 14x30; one old stock barn for fourteen head of stock; one buggy house; one granary. Seven good springs ind creek assure an abundance of water. Immediate possession. Price $85.00 per acre. First comes, first served. two-roo- m Paul F. Semonin & Co. 210 Paul Jones Building LOUISVILLE, KY. g'' SEED XXXXXXXXVefcttWttCSXXXXJiJXXX CORN At a Reasonable Price I 2 FARMERS! Get your fertilizer at once, on account of car shortage. Leave your order for wire fence now. I have a good stock on hand. Come and select yours. E. T. Pence, Jr., FIRE INSURANCE Important? You fully realize would not allow your remain uninsured over night. Stanford Which Is MorelUrgent? LIFE INSURANCE after awhile when "a little better able to do so." to insure You will surely die. All men do. You are more likely to die within a week or a year, than your house is to burn. 00 it You house to Important? Oh yes, you intend Your house may never burn. Comparatively few buildings ever do. does burn, your property is destroyed, but you can still provide for your loved ones. Your income remains unaffected, If your house your earning capacity unimpaired. Death destroys at once and irrevocably, in whole or in part, the income that provided for the daily wants of those you love, the income that was counted on to feed and clothe and educate your children. Nine prisoners of war, including at a Pacific port abroad a United States warship which had in tow the auxilliarv schooner Alexander Agassiz, out lined by Germans as a raider of the sea. two women, arrived If your house is not insured at all, or for an' insufficient amount, If your life is not insured at all, or for an insufficient amount, YOU Carry the Risk Your friend has had his home insured these thirty years, and has had no fire. Ho has been fortunate in that, though he has nothing now to show for the money paid out. Your Wife and Babies Carry the Risk Your friend has had his life insured these 30 years, and is now an old man. Ho is fortunate in having lived, and ho has something now to show for the money paid out. His cash value affords a comfortable support for his own declining years. OWN SIM and MancanesePeptonatei. Iron and Ammonium Citrate, Lime and Soda Glycerophosphate!, Cascarlo. n ser that the mutilation of children and the maltreatment of women is a part of laudable warfare buy a liberty bond. If you feel it your duty as a member of organized society to rebuke the egotism and blasphemy of associating the approval of God with the And Invigorates Old People aims of a physically diseased and Any doctor will tell you that the ehically bankrupt kaiser buy a libingredients of Vinol as printed below erty bond. contain the elements needed to imIf you wish to feel you are not prove the health of delicate children without tho inspiration of love of and restore strength to old people. country buy a liberty bond. Cod LIvor and Deef Peptones, Iron g BUY A LIBERTY BOND If you don't think the war is over buy a liberty bond. If you wish to make a small investment in the welfare of our coun try buy a liberty bond. 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If you do not wish to be classed among those without pride in their native land buy a liberty bond. If you do not believe with the Kai- XXSXSPHONE OR WRITE FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES JOHNSON COUNTY WHITE, YELLOW DENT, MORGAN YELLOW s 'A I g S p. I EDINGER COMPANY, Seed Department g 8 I We Have In Stock Plows; Culti-packer- VINOL MAKES if ft, (Ui . ,, Iaky ( "$&,'"' John Deere Riding and Walking s; ) Dou- ble and Single Disc Harrows ; ' IPp (M& mwywf& it w-- WHICH IS MORE URGENT? SEE ME TODAY! R. M. Newland Headquarters for All Kinds of Insurance Those who have puny, ailing or children or aged parents may prove this at our expense. Besides the good it does children and the aged there is nothing like Vinol to restore strength and vitality to weak, nervous women and over worked, men. Try it. If you are not entirely satisfied, we will return your money without question; that proves our fairness and your protection. MilOnly the very poor men and lions of people have been convinced doing the hardest kind of work this way. may have more than seven ounces of Th Peony Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. war bread a day in France. run-dowrun-dow- n Tho first charge of hoarding heard by the Food Administration was the caso of G. B. Pegouri, a farmer living near Louisville, who admitted hoarding flour to the extent of 200 pounds. Ho pleaded guilty, but escaped prosecution upon agreeing to contribute $50 to the Red Gross and promising to live up to tho food laws In tho future. Corn Planters; Cultivators; Garden Tools. Demand Great Supply Short botft Wait Until The Lest Mioote Before Ordering ibeir oupiolvOfJTn'pleroeiDtA Riffe Bros. Hustonville, Ky. It May Be Too Lafe Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, April 5, 1918 THE INTERIOR JOUtNAL Rand, McNally Up-to-da- te E. C. Walton and J. H. Wifeht ttau maliir. It lins been the custom of grand juries nt Lexington to inijct the gamblers for misdemeanor who, when they were called In court would confess nml bo fined n small mount, considering the offense, and p right back to their lairs for further conquest on the young fools who think they can beat their thieving game. The practice amounted simply to licensing the evil, but under nn awakened public sentiment better things arc hoped for in the future. The grand jury just adjourned indicted quite n number of the gentry on felony charges and said in its report that "if our charges are susta'ned, it is our earnest belief that no longer will these parasites of society ply way e their trade in the same as has been their wont." Now let the court get busy and we way be able soon to see one of the greatest menaces to the boys who attend school in Lexington entirely itcond care-fre- Inttred at thi poitefftei at Stanford, f at mart Spring Styles Collegian Clothes The world's most won- Map of European Battle Front Also I Map of Lincoln County Call and get one It will soon be timo to swat the fly and it is always in order to swat the spy, but alas the country is more remiss in the latter effort than in the former. If the German vermn that infest America were as summarily the fly is sometimes dealt with-athey would soon be noticeable only for their absence. What this country needs is a policy of determination for the extermination of every convicted spy. More rope and less apparent compromise with them, is the demand of the hour. s derful Clothing. Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KY. 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. 8 oi n F?FrQini7wr,i7 For Sale The residence on East Main Street, formerly occupied by Mrs. Lizzie Salter (near Presbyterian church) will be sold at 2:00 P. M., next Monday, County Court Day, to the highest bidder. Said residence to be moved off of lot in 30 days. At midnight, April 2nd, the 3,400 saloons in Indiana put up their shutters and closed the doors, never more to open them, let us hope. The new law prohibits the manufacture, sale, giving away or shipment into the State of intoxicating liquor, and league estimates that the $25,000,000 will be saved for better use. The whisky people made every effort to have the law declared unconstitutional and did succeed in getting one judge to so declare, but he was not sustained, anti-saloo- n m W. H. Higgins, SKSsaKffiHssni Stanford The monthly statement of the State auditor shows that there arc $4,750,110.04 interest-bearin- g New Oxfords Just arrived war- The Kind You Had in Mind.... We needn't talk of quality 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. outstanding, an increase of Much $200,000 during the month. of this was to pay the" Leglsbjtors, who come high, but ve rmtetvhave them. If the new revenue law fails to do what its advocate promise, wo shall soon be so hopelesy in debt, it will be hard to extricate ourselves. rants The first month of government control of the railroads proved a financial failure. The loss was thirteen millions, but perhaps it was offset in their increased value to the government. As Director General McAdoo has ordered that all solicitation for business shall cease, it stands to reason that receipts should fall off. "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" The amount of the next Liberty call is smaller than was expected, accounted for probably by the fact that the expenditures of the United States and our were much less than the estimates. It is for three billions, but the over subscriptions will be accepted. Secretary McAdoo says that the reason that the interest was fixed at 4 4 per cent and for bonds made was to put an end to expectation for higher rates. There were 4,000,000 subscribers for the first loan of two billions and about ten million for the second loan which amounted to $3,800,000,000. There is this about the loans, if it is not the best security in the world, nothing in this country or any other of the allies will be worth a penny. Loan 1-- M ckodots, naisey & Ruolev When You Are In Town Drop In and See the STANFORD, KY. W. E. PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY Masterphone and hear it play. It is the greatest of its kind on the market. Listen to its sweet tone. Sold by Hart Schaf fner & Marx Clothes Economize For You The Lincoln Pharmacy The Phone No. 27 "' 'Htl feteaJL Store Stanford, Ky. ...M......l'.....M..ll...,....l. fit m n Nvlf 'Tfcii , am Somebody once said to E. H. Harriman the greatest railroad man the world has ever known, "What's the secret of your success?" "Picking the best man I can find for the job and letting him do the work," was the answer. the The State can always be depended on for men, money and other munitions of war. Kentucky volunteers exceed draft quota by 1,483. Blue-Gra- ss The Proof of the Pudding The proof that we are looking carefully to our customers' interest is the fact that those who look around and come back are the easiest to sell. Never did it require closer scrutiny as to quality, colors and price as at present. Every article that comes into this store is carefully examined and if it doesn't measure up is fired back to the maker. stock in this section than ours is at the present. Come and see the New Waists, Suits, Dresses and Skirts just in. up-to-da- DICK HURR THE GREAT DRAFT STALLION Sired by George Hurr Will make the season at my stable mile from Crab Orchard, At $10 to Insure Living Colt Dick Hurr is a perfect draft type; is 1G 2 hands; weighs 1,500 pounds; is compactly built and has plenty of bone and finish. His colts show for themselves. one-quart- er That's the right way to handle the question, What's the best way to economize in clothes?" Choose the best ones you can find and let them do the economizing for you. aamW'' W nttm am IM ma . M We chose these Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes for spring with that in mind. They're made to economize for you; the fabrics, the fine tailoring, good style, and long wear are the qualities that do it. all-wool No cleaner te Phillips & Phillips The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes Copyright Hart bchalfncr & Marx Will nlsd stand at the same time and place my three great mule jacks At $10 to Insure One is the well known Bun Gaines or the Dudderar Jack; the Jesso Fox Jack, n fine fellow, G years old and a good breeder his colts show up with any jack; also have the great Stigall Jack. See all of them before you breed your mares it will be 10 your interest. W. R. GAINES, Crab Orchard, Ky. Severance & S on The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, April 5, 1918 CONDENSED Page Five ADS quality and FOR SALE 28 s. STATEMENT OF Stop Corn Atony In Four The First National Bank STANFORD, KY. AS MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER, MARCH 4, 1918 Loan RESOURCES and Discounts.....'. Seconds Corns Peel Off! Use "Gets-If'-Se- e gives "aetn-It- " The relief that tho way It makes from corn-pnlcorns and calluses peel oft painless- rs ly In one piece Is one of the won-dcof the world. The woman In "Get Me 'CeU-t- t' Quick! It Eate Corn Pain, and M.ket Corn Peel Right Off!" Overdrafts u. s. Bonds $ so,6bb"bb First Liberty Loan 2,150.00 Second Liberty Loan 32,950.00 War Savings Stamps 222.70 U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness 28,000.00 $267,251.14 24.06 Other Stocks and Bonds Total 113,322.70 118,953.95 Real Estate and Fixtures Cash and Due from Banks LIABILITIES 44,380.62 7,400.00 LlRidiiUafliiBi MARRIAGES t Lewis Hansford and Miss Ruby Garrison, of Casey county, were married fn New Albany, Ind. Paul Moore, aged 18, and Miss Lina Jon-- s, 21, both of the McKinney section, were married at tho court-hous- e Wednesday. Judge T. A. Rice performed the ceremony in u most Impressive manner. Mr- - and Mrs. John Edward Wiseman, of Danville, nnnouncc the marriage of their daughter, Adelcne Elizabeth, to Mr. Lloyd S. Frazer, formerly of Mt. Sterling, Ky., now located in London, England, in tho service of the British government. Tho marriage occurred Wednesday, April 3rd, at the home of the bride's cousin, Mr. Theodore Stevens, at Essex, England, a suburb of London. V5 $551,332.47 $ 50,000.00 B...-B- Capital Stock ourpius ............. .......................................... Undivided Profits (Net) Circulation Deposits Total - 33j00000 5,769.16 49,700.00 412,863.31 $551,332.47 PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Bohon Campbell was in LexingApril 12 Senior play at the op- ton on business Thursday. era house. Miss Sallie Bogie left this mornApril G The Beulah Walker Cir- ing for Richmond to attend the Norcle will meet with Miss Kate Lynn mal school. Wood at 2:30 p. m. Miss Adelia Russell, of Lebanon, will spend Saturday and Sunday at Mr. G. B. Cooper is some better her home here. today. J. L. Dayton orders his paper J. Frank Smith sold to T. W. Jones changed from McKinney to Somer54 hogs averaging 20G pounds at 16 set, to which place he has moved. , cents. 4 Matthew Fenzcl was here between , Miss Visca Elliott, of McKinney, trains Wednesday. He says things has been visiting Miss Eflie Allen in generally are all right at Mt. Vernon. Casey. T. J. Rowe, circulation man for Mr. and Mr3. S. A. Keith, of Mays-vill- the Daily was here were guests of her father, Mr. this week in the interest of that paN. W. Fowle and family, for the per. week end. Mr. H. C. Pennington, wife and "As I cannot do without by old children, of Berea, spent several home paper, I am enclosing money days with Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Masfor another year," writes Mrs. Nellie ters. Meredith, of Ludlow. Miss Elizabeth Anderson, who has Mrs. S. C. VanArsdale, who has charge of Mrs. Rella Arnold Francis' been visiting her daughter, Mrs. millinery, spent Wednesday at LanHugh Noe, returned to her home at caster. Springfield Wednesday. News comes from Lexington that Mrs. John F. Englcman and little Mrs. J. G. Carpenter is getting along son, James Engleman, have returned nicely since the severe operation she home .after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. underwent. Beverley Rout in Louisville. Mrs. O. P. Nuchols, who has been Messrs. J. J. Nave, Sr., J. J. Nave, with her daughter, Mrs. Q. Hays Fos? Jr., and C." H. Parks,' "of ' Danville, ter, returned Thursday to her home were callers at this office Wednesday. at Pineville. N" The former gentleman isj the junior Miss Pattio Stephenson, who hap partner in the big wall paper and been at Richmond for several weeks paint firm of Coomer & Nave, of has returned to this city and will Danville. hnvc rooms with Mrs. J. M. Cartel. Messrs. J. W. Powell, C. W. AdJoseph Payne, who now lives in ams, S. P. Stephenson. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence county, passed up to Crab W. L. Neal, Mrs. W. M. Myers, Mrs. Orchard, his old home, this morning V. B. Morse, Mrs. F. B. Barnett, Dr. for a brief visit to relatives and and Mrs. A. II. Baugh and little son, friends. A. H. Baugh, Jr., of Hustonville, Mrs. A. G. T. Smith, of Boyle, and were in the city Tuesday. Miss Florence Givens, of this city, Mrs. Kate McAlister left yester- Vent to Middlesboro this morning day for Lexington and Danville, for 3 week's visit to the family of where she will spend two weeks; and Mr. S. W. Givens. upon her return will be joined by Mrs. Chloe Murphy, of Louisville, her son, Mr. G. H. McAlister, and re- is with her son, Ollie Murphy, in the turn to their home on Grand boule- Shelby City section. She was in the vard, after spending the wintor at city Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. their apartment at the Puritan. George F. DeBorde. Courier-JournaMiss Lucile Cooper returned to The Cave Snrincs correspondence of the Atlanta Journal contains the Wilkinsburg, Pa., to resume her following item that will be read with work in the State Institution for tho interest by the many friends of the Deaf, her father being well enough popular Stanford ladies: "A pretty for her to leave him. r.ffair of last Saturday was the St. Miss Belle Russell, of the ConserPatrick's party given by Misses Alice and Rose Alcorn and Miss vatory of Music, Louisville, will arMary Elizabeth McKinney, at the rive today to spend the week-enat Cave Spring hotel. The color scheme her home here. She will be accomwas green and white and the decora- panied by her friend, Miss Ada tions were springs flowers. Bridge and rook were played. Al.out thirty Steele, of Louisville. guests were present. Miss Mary Hon. J. N. Saunders, Messrs. J. C. Elizabeth McKinney spent Wednes- McClary, Joe Lynn Coffey, Will day in Atlanta. J. II. Wright, Jesse Manning, .n Dr. T. W. Pennington and other Masons attended the big Masonic meeting at Danville last night. Beecher Adams, of Richmond passed through Thursday for Danville to attend the big Masonic powis wow that night. Ho says that Shcl-toSaufley is giving the people of rus town a paper that more than pleases and that he is doing splendidly in his business there. Hugh Reid Foster is 111 of pneumonia and his parents went to his bedside Tuesday. Mr. Foster was taken sick at Fort Thomas, where ho is in training, and for a while was considered dangerously ill. Hp was some better when his father and Dr. E. J. Brown left his bedside Thursday morning. Mrs. Foster is still Do not fail to inspect with him. Mr. J. A. Owens, of Mt. Vernon, our large is hero today in tho interest of tho of Reel Poles, Reels, outomobile fund being gotten up by Artificial tho admirers of Col. JamesIt Maret, Lines is tho father of tho Booneway. desire of Col. Maret's friends to preBait. sent him with an automobile as a slight appreciation of his services for better thoroughfares for tho State. Store This paper is glad to' state that tho The project is meeting with much enE. R. Coleman, Prop, couragement and that Stanford peo Stanford, Kyf pie are responding with their usual Phone No. 2 liberality to tho good cause. pt- -j 3-- the home, the shopper, tho dancer, tho foot traveler, tho man in tho office, tho clerk In tho store, tho worker In tho shop, havo today, In LOST -- A radiator cap, nickel this great discovery, "Jets-It.- " tho ono sure, quick relief from all corn plated; litter II stamped on top. Noand callus pains the ono sure, painless remover that makes corns como tify "Crati Orchard Bottling Works, off ns easily as you would peel a or leavv. at this oflicc and get re2 seconds to apbanana. It takes ply "Gets-It"- : It dries at once. Then 28-l- p ward. walk with painless Joy, ovon with tlnht shoes. You know your corn will loosen from your toe peel It oft wtS B Taitf jCRtl ar w f?M MtnfT tfry with your finders. Try It. corn sufferers, nnd you'll smile! "Gets-It- " Is sold at all druggists (you need pay no moro than 25 cents n bottle), or sent on receipt of price by B. Lawrenco & Co.. Chicago. 111. Sold in Stanford find recommended as tho world'3 best corn remedy people need a good tonic by The Penny Drug Store. J. M. Cress. 23-- tf Phone 3601, Dnnvllle. " WE have about 35 bushels of culHEMP BREAKS for sale. R. C. 20-tHocker, Stanford,Ky1 tivated hemp seed for rale. It was f CABBAGE and tomato plants for raised on Cumberland river. Camp28-tbell Bros., Crecl?boro, Ky. f sale. Sam Gentry, Stanford. 28-l- p in Stan" F0R KENT. My liome HULL I am standing a black bull at $1.00 at the gate. W. T. Govcr, ford; located at junction of Danville and Hustonville avenues. W. O. 28-Crab Orchard. Walker, Stanford, R. F. D. 1 27-t- f ABOUT 40 bushels of hemp seed; WANTED Ten good teams'. Will cultivated; good nnd clean. Singlepay good price if I can get them nt 28-2- p ton Bros., Crab Orchard. once. Also, I want to buy GO bushels LOST Airdale dog. Has long, good hemp seed. Josh Jones, Stanyellow hair. Notify Mrs. Hugh Noe 28-- tf ford, Ky. 2G-t- f of his whereabouts. oms-hn- lf FOR SALE One and FOR SALE Good DuroT brood bushels of fine clover seed. A. V. sow, will farrow about middle of J'-t- f Carpenter, Moreland. May; weight about 100 pounds. J. FOR SALE A small soda founB. W. Bourne, R. F. D. 1, Stanford, tain in' good condition. Mrs. A. 27-2- p 2G-t- f Ky. Dillion, CrnbOrchard, Ky. WORK PROGRESSING NICELY WANTED to buy cane seed. "Must NOTICE Money snvod is money Work on tho new Methodist church been clean, red top or early amber. made. That is what you can do by Stanford. 25tf seeing us before buying a cream sepis progressing nicely, with the brick E. T. Pence, Jr., FOUND. Auto tire. Owner can arator. Can deliver on short notice. part completed and the tin roof being put on. It promises to be a very get it by describing property and J. S. Mobley & Son, McKinney. Ky. Phone 1202. 27-t- " paying for this notice. handsome edifice. (Ad hfre re 1 cent a word ench Umr, eah with order! no adjefi than 25c each Inne ) high-clasT CENT-A-WOR- D nice cattle, good - I PAINTING & PAPER HANgFnG ""LOOK About thoifirstnTjune I Have your painting and papering will have a new bungalow ready for you. B. L. Fagalcy, Stnnford, Ky. done by me: satisfaction guaranteed -- so it would be to your interest to let me figure with you boforo conFOR SALE Ford auto, tracting your job. G. L. Bradley, in good running order and Hustonville. 26-good condition; 1914 model. Inquire 4t " jQ Ai WW at I. J. office. 28-- 2 Run Down, Aching FOR SALE Two7Jgl7tfoot counter show cases and three new counters. Will sell cheap. W. W. With- Ite Perfect Baby - 'flf Tto Fatera i ers, Stnnford. 27-- 2t A Simple Rfciliod 7Imt Hm a Wonderful lafluencs upon The Future Infant Dan Traylor are spending n few days in Louisville. Clarence Cooper left Thursday afternoon for St. Paul, Minn., for further training. His father, Mr. G. B. Cooper, is some better today. Mr. and Mrs. MISS WILKINSON ENTERTAINS Miss Gertrude Wilkinson entertained at The Princess on Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Kath-erin- e Warriner, of Hustonville, who is here in charge of the music at the that will send the blood tingling through the body, enrich it by improving the digestion, FOR SALE Anice Jersey cow, two years old. Will be fresh about first of May price $7!5. See Ed 28-- 2 Miller, Hustonville, R. D. 1. and clean it by expelling the waste matter. Health is a matter of plenty of rich blood, free from impurities. ""SEED CORNFblTSALE White tested lOOTr Lex. Exp. Sta. Price reasonable. Write or phone Mrs. .las. D. Shelby, Danville, Ky., phone My house and lot on Lancaster street. Good garden. ImSee Hughes & mediate possession. McCarty, Stanford, Ky., or write me. J. G. McBee, 1404 Oth St., N. W., 28-Washington, D. C. F 731. FOR RENT 28-- 3 e, Courier-Journa- l, PERUNA dispels inflammation of the blood making organs, -- the estion-gives tone and "pep" membranes that line to the dig- Christian church during the series of sermons being h,cld this week. The table was beautifully decorated, the centerpiece being a basket of spring Delicious ices and cakes flowers. were served. The guests were Miss Warriner, Mrs. C. Hays Foster, Mrs. Harry Hill, Miss Antionettc Mrs. John Renfro, Mrs. Logan McCall, Mrs. J. H. Wright, Miss Mary Dee Kennedy, Mrs. J. B. Perkins, Miss Emma Hays, Miss Louise Lynn, Miss Mabel Winkinson. Grin-stead, the,lung3 and the digestive tract, and Invigorates the entire system. You can havo health if you take care oi yourself nnd tako Pcruna when you need it. r At your drug gists. THE PERUNA COMPANY bushels nice Tennessee corn that tested from 95 to 100 per cent. Price $5 per bushel plus sacks. This corn has been thoroughly tested and absolutely all right. C. T. Bohon, 24-- tf R. F. D. No.l. SALE. Two good work FOR horses, with good harness; one good wagon. Also my well auger horsepower rig, with two drills. This rig is all complete; blacksmith blower and tools. Reason for selling, bad health. L. T. Smith, Rowland. Ken- SEEDCORN FOR SALE 500 Colcxbit, CMo tucky. 28-tf-- F Before the nrrival of baby knowfm- - women for ocr half a ccitury Imo with regularity tho preparation. Mother's Friend. Hero U n most wonderful application for tho abdomen nnd breasts. It pemtrntes tlia muscle. ligaments nnd ttsuc, rendering tlicm pliant to readily yield to nature's demand for expansion. By its uo tho anxious weeks of prcjnancy nro made comfortable. Tho tisiml wrenching strain, hearing-dowand stretching paint nro counteracted. Tho system Is prepared for tho comlnjr event, and its use brines rest, repose and happy anticipation. By the rcsrular uo of Mother's Friend during the period the musclei expand easier when Inny nrrhes, and naturally the pain and danger at tho crisis It less. Mother's Friend Is prepared after the formula of n, noted family doctor by the Brad-fiel- d Regulator Co.. Lamar Bid?., Atlanta, Ga. It Is for external use only; Is absolutely and entirely safe and wonderfully efltcUic. Wrlto them for their lnstruc-ti- o nnd Interesting "Motherhood Book." There Is a wealth of instruction and comfort to bo derived In reading this littles book. It Is plainly written just what every woman wants to know and will bo a splendid httlo text Iook of Riddance, not only for yourself but will make you helpful to other, and In the ineintlmo obtain a bottlo of Mother's Friend from tho druggNt. noU thus fortify yourself calnst pain and dl comfort. ' j d n O i Q ws)? 7? MAKERS a i Cleveland i t ( NewYork. : We Have Just Received by Parcel Post a Big Lot of l. WOOLTEX COATS In Silvertones, Velours, Scotch Tweeds, Coverts Wool Crashes, Etc. Prices $25 to $50 d ' "" Best Made Coats in the World and all Chemically Pure Wool w -- Hoc-ke- r, Our a TACKLE the TACKLE TACKLE BIG ONES and We Have Also Just Received An Entirely New Stock of Tailored Suits Especially Navy Blues i! n r & At $25, $32.50, $35 and $39.50 El(" Summer Dresses K4 :: t assortment We are now receiving new Silk Dresses, Gingham Dresses, Silk Skirts, White Skirts, Etc. Many of these are already in stock and others coming in each day. :::::: i: :: t :::::: i i Penny Drug A. B.. Robertson & Bro. :: i: :: a :: Main Street Danville, Ky. i: o a Page Six ihe lntenoi" Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, April THIS WOMAN IS BACK AT WORK NINA, GARRARD COUNTY 5, 1918 Preserve Your Property BY USING H.&W.Pure Prepared Paint "The Brand That Satisfies" A Oil Paint of great covering power, spreading' capacity and durability. There is no guess work about Read the formula on every can. This paint its quality. forms a tough, tenacious, leather like coating which remains in perfect condition for many years. It retains its color too. It costs no more to apply the best than a cheap, inferior grade. Therefore the best is the cheapest in the long run. TVT YY Pure White Lead, Oxide Zinc and Linseed HO Brand has been sold in your community for years. Ask yor dealer about its quality and for names of users. ON SALE BY The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. NEWSPAPER ADS GET "BIZ." In a speech at Lexington the other dny, Mr. Cox, of the firm of Graves, Cox & Co., paid a tribute to newspaper advertising as follows: 'I can bear testimony for my firm that we attribute such success a3 we have attained as largely due to newspaper advertising." Mrs. Robert Jackson and llrs. Juda Courtney were killed, the former's two children probably fatally injured and a number of churches, dwellings, and other structures dc stroyed or damaged in a tornado in Hickman county. Hartford, Conn., elected a democratic mayor Richard J. Kinsclla. Sale of Bank Stock and Lots As Executor of Cicero Reynolds, 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 Company; 2 Shares of First National Bank n of Stanford; 96 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, less 249 feet on east side; the house and lot on Lancaster street occupied by Mr. Hawkins and lots in rear of same. This property will be offered in parcels consisting of house, lot and garden; second, the vacant lot adjoining on south and east sides, and then as n whole, and the bid accepted which realizes the greater 1- -4 Inter-Souther- a um- - . Terms announced on day of sale. - u.'.itli.i 'Vi' &H Little Virginia Moore is still on Says Rheumntism is All Gona Since tho sick list. Mrs. Win. Prnthcr visited. Mrs. Giving Tanlac Radium Treat-meMace Malear. Trial. Mr. Joo Kelly visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Mrs. John Shoup, 2118 Gilbert Morris Doss Sunday. Mr. S. R. Foley visited his sistor, avenue, Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, 0., position ns waitress Mrs. Mat Moore, Sunday. had to quit her Miss Ellen Walker spent tho week-e- n at the Ladies' Exchange on Fourth with Mrs. Morris Ross. street some time ago because of Miss Pearl Henry spent Saturday rheumatism. She tried Tanlac Rheu2?ho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been matism Treatment recently and is night with Miss Lena Hume. Mr. Nat Prewitt is at Mt. Hebron in, use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of now so much improved that she is conducting a singing school. back at work again. and has been made under his Ira Glcnmorc, the little son of Mr. sonal supervision since its infancy. "I know that it is a grave thing TJ9mm Sfs Allow no one to deceive vnti In this. for a person to publicly recommend and Mrs. Ben Lunsford, is real sick Mr. nnd Mrs. John Turner spent " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " a medicine and that it shouldn't be Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of done unless the merit of the medi- Snturdny with Mr. and Mrs. Morris Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. cine has been absolutely proven," Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Anderson Mr3. Shoup said. "Tanlac RheumaI tism Treatment relieved me of about spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, as bad a case of rheumatism as any- Malear. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains body could have and that is why I Mr. and Mrs. Porter Prewitt spent neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its am unhesitatingly recommending it. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Baseman age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has "My rheumatism finally got so bad Prewitt been in. constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, I had to give up my position Mrs. Mary C. Layton will make that "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising and stay at home. The aches and her home with her brother, Mr. Mortherefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids my arms were so bad that ris Ross. twinges in the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. I couldn't raise my hands above my Messrs. Richard and Jack Ross The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. head and I had a dull, achy feeling were recent visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. The pains kept me Morris Ross. in my back. awnke at night. Mrs. Dan East and daughter, Miss "It wasn't long after I'd started E3tclln, were visitors in Richmond a taking Tanlnc Rhcuamtism Treat- part of last week. Bears the Signature of ment until I could see that the pains Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sebastian were leaving. I'm not bothered at spent Monday night with her par all with pains and twinges now and ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Baker. I'm up and around again. I'm back Mr. and Mrs. Conley Ross and at work now. family and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Malear "Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mil and Tanlac, in my position, arc two ton Ross. mighty fine preparations and worthy Mrs. W. E. Whittakcr has mumps of all the praise that I can give Little Stanley Baker and Mary Kind You them." Rogers have pneumonia. Both are If you sutler from rheumatism get improving rapidly. THE CENTAUR COM PAN V. NEW VOHK CITV. Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment toThe hens in this community are day! You can get Tanlac Rheuma certainly doing their "bit" as several An. American soldier in France Indiana is now" in the "prohibition tism Treatment at The Penny Drug families have delivered 100 dozen of column of States, 3,400 saloons quit- eats thirty-fiv- e cents worth of food Store. eggs at the store at one time. ting business Tuesday at midnight, daily, so that your $4.12 War SavMr. and Mrs. Frank Hume, Mr according to estimates made by the ings Stamp will feed nearly a dozen MADE HIM KISS THE FLAC and Mrs. David Kelly, and Mr. and n League. soldiers for a week. Kneeling in front of the court- Mrs. Wm. Simpson were recent vis house at Freeport, 111., in the pres- itors of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hume. ence of a large crowd, William AMisses Mabel and Jewell Prewitt lbert, 40 years old, was forced to kiss entertained a number of their the American flag and to make a friends Sunday. Misses Estella East, pledge that he would never utter a Thelma Wheeler, Cora and Lizzie word against the Government. He Rogers. Susie and Eula Long, Iva also promised to buy Liberty bonds Pearl and Allie B. Hume were among to the extent of his ability. Albert those present. is said to have expressed a wish that Americans going to Europe to fight JUST LIKE A WOMAN the Germans might be killed. "I don't like this report one bit," Uttering sentiment of any Hind said the father of his young hopeful, bordering on the seditious nature, as he glanced over the list of low or pacifism, will be marks and failures. "I told the a misdemeanor in Berkeley, Cal., by teacher you wouldn't, but she would the terms of an ordinance adopted, by send it any way. Isn't that just like is for the City Council. Conviction is pun- a woman," was the unexpected re new suit. ishable by a fine not to exceed $500 sponse. or by six months in jail, or both. ' Franklin and Carroll counties Mrs. Sennie Thompson, aged 75, will be glad is dead in the Whitehall section of each voted Saturday a tax of 20c on the $100 for road improvements. Madison. to show Children Cry for Fl-ttchftr- 's nt wI5WS5555wSS5S55RSN5Mli per-'fflfj- hj. Just-as-go- What is CASTOR A GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS &L&0&fa The In Use For Over 30 Years Have Always Bought Anti-Saloo- Attention Men! Our Spring and Summer styles are here and it time that We J. B. PAXTON, Executor 1 Cremo Dairy Feed Feed your milk cows Cremo Dairy Feed. It is a mixture of Cotton Seed Meal, Alfalfa Meal, Gluten Feed, Molasses and Mill Feed. We hava sold this feed for more than a year and know that it is fine for milk cows. 16.5 per cent protein. We have this in 100 lb. sacks. them to you. WRWIEYS Six Every suit is for long wear. Sam w 1 reasons viri 3 friend: a good Robinson m m m m m Steadies nerves Aids appetite or ,s J.H.Baughman&Co. INOOKPOKATZD 4 5 6 Helps digestion Keeps teeth clean It's economical omm Spring Sale on Good Used AUTOMOBILES We have several good cars at attractive prices, such as Buicks, Overland, Studebaker & Fords. A good used car is a better purchase than a new one of inferior make. Storage Batteries Repaired Call and store your car with us when in Danville H f and sailors suppjted!9L KEROSENE TRACTOR SUCCESS SIX REASONS FOR AVERY The design and construction of a tractor is mighty important. Study these special features in tho design and construction of Avery Kerosene Tractors and you will understand why they are making good on any size farm large, medium or small. Firt Avery Tractors have a special sliding frame which makes possible the elimination of the intermediate gear, shaft and boxings. An Avery Tractor has the least gears, the least shafting and the least beardouble drive tractors built which means more, ings of any power and longer life. Avery Tractors have two rear drive wheels and two speeds Second d tractors.. and a big advantage over single-driv- e Third Avery tractors nave slow speed, heavy duty opposed motors light automobile motors. not the diameter of tho cylinFourth Avery crankshafts are der or more. You don't need to be afraid of having broken crankshaft. Fifth Avery motors have renewable inner cylinder walls. These wearing parts can bo replaced without buying an entirely new cylinder. Sixth Avery Tractors are entirely free from all pumps and fans. All such easily broken and troublesome parts are done away with in the construction of an Avery Tractor. All these features. are fully described and illustrated in tho 1918 Avery catalog. Tho valuable information which it contains will make it well worth your time to read over. Ask for one. Can Demonstrate aa H. P. Tractor to You at Any Time. 0 two-speed, one-spee- high-spee- d, one-ha- lf The Danville uick DANVILLE, L. B. CONN, Prop. KENTUCKY Co. Chew It Walnut Street, Phone 798 after every meal J. O. Newland, Stanford, Ky. The Flavor Lasts! ER The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, April 5, 1918 Page Sever Send for Swift & Company's 1918 Year Book It shows that Swift & Company sells the meat from a steer for less money then the live steer cost! Proceeds from the sale of the hide, fat, and other covered all expense of dressing, refrigeration, freight, selling expense and the profit of $1.29 per steer as shown by Swift & Company's 1917 figures as follows: by-produ- cts BAKED POTATO O)IG, white, mealy onwith it. butter melting And you liko it because it is baked. Same with Lucky Strike Cigarette Um-m-- m! IT'S TOASTED Cooking makes things delicious toasting the tobacco has made the Lucky Strike Cigarette famous. Average price paid for live cattle per steer Average price received for meat ' . . Average price received for Total received . . . . , '. . . . This leaves for expenses and profit Of which the profit per steer was . by-products $84.45 68.97 24.09 93.06 8.61 1.29 There are many other interesting and instructive facts and figures in the Year Book. for the asking. We want to send our 1918 Year Book, to anyone, any where frcd Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago. Swift & Company, U. S. A. to occupy out new rooms in a short KING'S MOUNTAIN time. Mrs. Warner Hudson has bought The Waynesburg War Savings Soproperty owned by Lorcnza ciety will meet Monday night, April the Pumphrcy, for $400. 8th. H. H. Padgett bought the Hudson farm and has moved to it. A TEXAS WONDER Warner Hudson and family have The Texas Wonder cures kidney rented the Padgett farm at Parlor Guaranteed by ',- ,and bladder troubles, dissolves grav-t- l, cures diabetes, weak and lame Grove, and have moved there. Ashford Dishon bought the Hart backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in property and is preparing to move f C OMfQNATKO both men and women. Regulates the dwelling off of the right of way, bladder troubles in children. If not as the railroad company is making n mmmm win nwi iwhihwijmw !!! mi m mi miwhm. sold by vour druggist, will be sent by a county road through the place. mail on receipt of 51.00. One bottle Every socialist candidate was de THINGS WORTH KNOWING is two months' treatment, and selLo'jisc, the little dom fails to perfect a cure. Send for child of Rev. and Mrs. Masters, fell feated in the aldermanic election The kitchen alive will bo clean held in Chicago. sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, last week, breaking : Prof. Robinson and wife. ' .afternoon. her right arm, and bright if it is wiped' off each 292G Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. He will move with his family to DanMr. George Farmer, of Neal's Sold by druggists. but has not suffered very much with morning with a cloth moistened with ville this week. Creek, was over to sec Miss Gusta it aVyet. kerosene. Miss Dee Tolliver and William and Sanders Sunday. SAUFLEY Mi,3 Lelia Smith and Cora FranStuffed rigs are made by soaking Troy Tolliver, visited at W. R. SinMiss Lizzie Davis, of Mason's Gap, cis were joined hand and heart last Work on the church and Sunday the figs in grape juice, then split gleton's Sunday. school rooms is complete with the ex- was the guest of Miss Jennie Samp- wee1, by Rev. Masters. The bride is them and insert a marshmallow or Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Holbrook, of ception of the painting. We hopo son last week. a (1 ughter of M. B. Smith, and a some nuts. Nothing so good for a sprain as popi !ar young lady, while, the groom is a son of Meredith Francis and a bathing with very hot water, to To drive a tank, handle the Runs, and gent'f-ma&H $g in every respect. He has which turpentine has been added, an a position on the Q. &. C, here as sweep over the enemy trenches, takes ounce to a quart. signal maintainor. They have the strong nerves, good rich blood, a good Apple jelly can be made at any stomach, liver and kidnevs. When the wishes oi their many tnends tor a time through the winter, and is partime comes, the man with red blood in ticularly good long and happy life together. in the children's Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reynolds, and his veins "is up and at it." He has iron school sandwiches. little son, Byron, went to see their nerves for hardships an interest in his To remove the sourness of a painwork grips him. That's the way you aunt, Mrs. Allen Gilliland, near ful soft corn, try binding it up each you have taken a blood and Sunday, who is very low with feel when night with a little hot water. nerve tonic, made up of Blood root, tuberculosis. Mussed pieecs of tissue paper are Cherry bark, Goldenseal root, Stone root, Mrs. John Leo is confined to her excellent to clean mirrors. First rub tablet and rolled into a room with cancer. Her daughter the mirror with a damp cloth, thon. and sold in sixty cent vials by almost polish with the paper. from Illinois is at her bedside. all druggists for past iifty years as The families of Chas. Trusty and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Turn a plate upside down in the Sebastian Chevilett are victims of This tonic, in liquid or tablet form, is bottom of any vessel in which you measles. just what you need this spring to give arc cooking any food a long time. Iva Wall and Edd Trusty went to you vim, vigor and vitality. At the The plate will prevent any possible Hamilton, O., last week in search of fag end of a hard winter, no wonder scorching. m : " vsf-- ' blue, out of sorts. cmplovment. you feel at MrMarion Dunn is visiting her Try this "Medical Discoery of Dr. The United States is maturing m aKhZpv is tho Pierce's. Don't wait! daughter at Burnside. :&.' ,. plans for a rosorve army of 1,000,-00- 0 A little "pep," and you Mr . Meredith Francis and daugh- day (o begin men, in addition to 1,500,000 gs ter, Mis. Milton Trimble visited Mrs. laugh and live. expect to have in li oil the machinery soldiers she Magg'c Francis one day last week. of The best means to France by the end of this year. Sho the body, put tone into the liver, Vf s ft Bill Reynolds is improving his bun- kiduuva anil circulatory system, is to expects to have more than a million "V V5S.A vN 3 ?Tl A V rvtsr.vA-..- j"N Ml 'V galow, by having a veranda built to lirst practice a good hou.o- - cleaning. men in France by July 1. I know of nothing better as a laxative it. Gov. Stanley has declared a half than a vcgeiablo pill made up of i ivs'.'y i j j" Ruell Thompson bought a mare leaves of aloo and jalap. This holiday for Saturday, to be obsorved IGHTING tires, which hurl their tough wvsiftLx m is commonly sold bv all druggists as from Otis Lee for $100. Ut in Kentucky to aid in the opening treads and sturdy muscular bodies against '.'2 J. P. Miller bought a maro from Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, and fcliould of the Third Libeity Loan CamK . bo taken at least once a week to clear n2 roughest goin: with the road, and battle the Russell Thompson for $110. ' i;: the twenty-fiv- e feet of intestines. You paign. "Will" Dhenomenal mileage, are Goodrich Tested .Tohi Hart has sold w grist mill will thus clean the system expel tho Ollie Murphy sold to Mr. Rankin in their generTires. You foresee splendid service Mr. Hart and poisons and kpep well. Now is the to George Woodie. m.rtYoo St.TlIi Srri.' CoodrichTirci.rt Stocked S timo to clean house. Givu yourself a 2 shoats averaging about 80 pounds unmasterful size, and they have proved it for ous, family will leave soon for parts g ?! spring house cleaning. at 9 cents. you on the car and on tne roaa. known. I ngaaaBnnnrwraBa snkW4TWLJiKraBHMaRBKJB9HHUBflHlBHBlSsflH a road test, Miss Elizabeth Dye spent Sunday S3 For Goodrich Test Car Fleets havo brought back from 1917, a new hwith her mothor, Mrs. Mary C. Dye. continent and the year of which ran the length of the ( IHIRclSfZ'EflW standard for tires, the Tested of i! Miss Mamie Lewis spent Sunday with a girl friend at Fnirvicw. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Daugherty, Buy Irom CsoJrick Dcalcti :1 of Dnnville, spent Sunday with his fm parents, Mr .and Mrs. Dick DaughI: erty. Cases Mr. and Mrs. Tom Curtsinger and little son, Rex Cutsinger, have returned to their homo at Shelby City, Actual road roughing it thus proves the tire construction of after a pleasant visit with her mothSILVERTOWN CORDS, and BLACK SAFETY TREADS ; proves er, Mis. Bortio Lewis. cable-cor- d tire body, and tough black tread S' that the Miss Mary Susan Daugherty, of 57 Tho War j rubber baffle the teeth of the road. Neal's Creek, was tho guest of Miss will bo won ih if Myrtle Daugherty Sunday. Get proven durability and dependability in the tires that mastered l with War Hi li Mr. Hugo Bodner, of Junction in the 4,178,744 tiro miles, traveled by the Test 5 Saving i SJ the roada of America 19 Stamps. City, spent Sunday with Mr. and Qet tiro economy and satisfaction in Americas ?K Car Fleets. U) On lot Mrs. John Hcrzog. V'V Goodrich 5tf ft? Tested Tires." SO Cionchond 1J H'k IIS !) 0pt II Miss Irene Lewi3, little daughter Buy from Goodrich dealers, located everywhere. - A i'i of Miss Bertie Lowis, is spending tho WWWWWWWWWWVJ I'M week with her sister, Mrs. Tom B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY THE at Shelby City. The Sunday School Board is reLouisville Branch: 305 W. Kentucky St., Louisville, Ky. it a quested to bo present next Sunday i,3 feess. :t tern - .. nt 10:30 a. m., to reorganize the !."'""-"'-:-- ' -ui- . ..rni-- u -- AlonM .vrvwi, rITV nh lil WiWVn Sunday school. Vfci74 TJ't oTx )MM"uWI"H,,""W,'WUW,'TO"TO8'TO WAYNESBURG Pike county, visited her sister, Mrs. Rev. E. W. Coakley is holding a M. F. Tolliver Sunday and Monday. series of meetings at Stearns, Mr. L. G. Gooch is suffering with Mrs. H. H. Singleton visited rel- rheumatism. His wife Is alfio ill. atives in Ludlow last week. The missionary and patriotic proMiss Maude Caldwell is improving gram rendered by the pupils of the we are glad to note. Sunday school Sunday, was well atMr. and Mrs. Will Sweeney have tended. The pupils did their part moved back from Kings Mountain to well. Thirty-thre- e dollars and one their home here. Mr. Sweeney has cent was given for Missions. Quite been working with Williams Bros., a number from here went to Pilate Construction Co., for several months. in the afternoon where the same proSchool closed here Friday, March gram was rendered, $22.90 being 29th. The pupils gave an interest- raised for Missions there. ing entertainment in the afternoon. Mr. C. F. Whceldon of O. K., spent A large crowd attended the sale of Sunday with his son, Roscoe Wheel-do- n Z W Ui m i i nw thrcc-yoar-ol- d KlNSBEST IN THE LONG RUN Eu-ban- sugar-coat- ed vxwwir swrxvv;Nv-'i'"'V8S& M- "run-dow- n," Mast America's tWKfi MM aqsgwj x Xffiwa sy'5 mk;SS i . - To-da- y 1 nk .tA',)irjTjm 1 .?. .' Z . -- v May-appl- e, -- i .pvr 5 KM 4ts,SfesaL S i testepAbstihes spiral-wrapped, GOODRICH VULCANIZING Bring us your damaged Auto l i! We will vulcanize them and often double their milage, for a very small cost. We also want you to see our FORD TRACTOR for your plowing and heavy hauling. ings. H -- i Curt-singe- r, The Anderson Garage Stanford, Ky. . w S$iySS33 v.v jnir.srvw -- J Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford Kentucky, 1 Price Tudor sold a black marc mule at Richmond Monday for $250. lien Tudor, of Madison county, had a valuable Jcraoy cow to die from eating shipstuff and beans. F. W. Coppago, of tho West End, bought of various parties 15 cattle, averaging about 400 pounds at $35. Eugene Miller, of Elliston, told a pair of mules to Tom Chenault, for which ho received $500. He also sold a horse mule to H. S. Winn, of Lexington, for $200. Richmond Register. H. N. Rankin, of Carlisle, bought and shipped out of Bourbon, Nicholas and Harrison counties, a total of four car loads of coming yearling mules, an aggregation of 150 head for which he paid the farmers nn average of $155, or a total value of about $23,000. B. G. Fox sold for J. K. Baugh- man, of Hustonvillo, four yearling mules; for J. T. Tcvis, of Burgin, four yearling mules, nnd for Henry Ruble, four yearling mules to F. G. Jones, of Cleveland, Gcorgin, at prices ranging in price from $100 to $125. He also sold for Sam Helm a mule for $175, and for J. S. Gilmer, two marc mules for two-year-old four-year-ol- d- Friday, April 5, 1918 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 profes sion X LAND. STOCK AND CROP Special Bargains For Monday, Court Day Men's and Boys' Clothing $10.00 Suits, now at $15.00 Suits, now at $20.00 and $25.00 Suits, now i $ 7.98 at $12.98 $17.50 Edgar Ellis, of Forkland, Boylo county, sold to Joseph Co, a bunch of 100:pound shoats at 20 cents. At W. B. McDonald's sale In Boyle corn sold at $8 to $8.00 per barrel; sows and pigs, $G0 to $117; steer sold well. calves, $41.50; cows $50 to $117; J. R. Barnes has bought of Isanc pair horse mules, $350. McCloskcy the Lawwlll farm near Robert T. Bruce shipped to Mrs. Shelby City, containing 144 ncres,John W. Pope, of Durham, N, C, for $20,250. Ho also bought of Mr. this morning two red Berkshire bnr- McCloskcy a pair of mules for $600 rows, weighing 80 pounds, each. She and another pair for $350. McClos paid him 25 cents per pound and will kcy bought the farm three months make meat hogs of them. They were ngo for $19,000. sent by express. ld Advocate. At J. J. Walker's sale in Garrard county, hogs brought close to 25c per pound, a pair of mnrc mules sold for $700, and another pair for $500. Everything $350, to Mr. Jones. ; Men's and Boys' Shoes $3.00 $4.00 $5.00 $7.00 quality, now at quality, now at quality, now at and $8.00 quality, now at $3.25 $2.48 $3.98 $5.98 Work Shirts Special Bargains, now at 75 Cents AA &J U1J Salem & Salem rK3OTOTwjOTSA;uvi,jiwtfriCTUMKa.'3ra7 oiore c GLAD TOTESTIFY Says Watoga Lady, "As To What Cardui Has Done For Me, So As To Help Others." Watoga, W. Va. Mrs. S. W. Giadwell, of this town, says: "When about 15 years of age, I suffered greatly . . . Sometimes would go a month or two, and had 1 R. E. Benedict sold at Junction German troops numbering; well Tity Saturday 25 work horses at $G0 over 100,000 delivered a terrific atto $lo0. tack Thursday against the. French along a front of nearly nine miles from Grivesnes to north of the Amiens-Roy- c road. They were met with a storm of fire from the French guns, and although the assaults were repeated time after time, they succeeded in gaining only a small section of ground. The French retained Grivesnes, but the Germans occupied the villages of Mnilly, Rain-ovand Morisel. al SIR RAY No. 11852 Percheron of extreme style and finish. As a breeder he has shown that he is in a class by himself. His colts &pcak for him. Beautiful chestnut, 16 hand and weighs 1000 pounds. Will stand at 1- -2 .A. -- JUfcn $12.50 to Insure a Marc in Foal S. C. B. which is a low fee, considering the horse. Will stand at my stable on of the best laying strains, for hatchthe Crab Orchard pike, three miles ing, at all times. For sale by from Stanford. MRS. R. L. BERRY B. W, GAINES Phone No. 74 R. F. D. No. 1 Stanford, Ky. Htutonville, Kentucky tr:.Leghorn Eggs r -- J JJtTI .iV.VLir I ""Ci- y terrible headache, backache, and bearing-dow- n pains, and would just drag and had no appetite. Then it would last . . . two weeks, and was so weakening, ' and my health was awful. My mother bought me a bottle of Cardui, and I began to improve after taking the first bottle, so kept it up till I 1 took three gained, and was well and strong, and I owe it all to Cardui. I am married now and have 3 children . . . Have never had to have a doctor for female trouble, and just resort to Cardui if I need a tonic. I am glad to testify to what it has done for me, so as to help ... ... - others." If you are nervous or weak, have hrtadaches, backaches, or any of the other ailments so common to women, why, not give Cardui a trial? Recommended by many physicians. In use over 40 years. It may Begin taking Cardui today. be the very medicine you need. NC-13- 0 VOLTAIRE S5140 Farmers don't you think right now is the best time to raise draft horses? The price was never higher than now and our supply of work horses is at the lowest point it has been for years. There are not more than half as many brood mares in the county now as there were five years ago. You can see that we are facing a horse famine- - What are you going to do are about it? Autos and all right but you can't farm with them. You can't raise colts from your mules. It looks like the most thing to do sensible and business-lik- e isto raise some good draft colts before your old brood mares are gone. I offer for public service the cham- auto-truc- draft stallion, Voltaire. He has proven himself to be one of the best breeders this county has ever known. Ho will make the season at my place, the Jim Walker Givens' farm between Hustonville and McKinney, at $15 to insure a living colt; season due when colt is foaled or mare is parted with. Will not be responsible for accidents should any occur. pion are showing the saddle gaits nicely. The auto has put the light driving horse out of business to a certain extent, but you don't have any trouble show ring that this county has produced in years. He is just the right size for a saddle horse and his first colts which are five years old now KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167 By Chester Peavine 3184 by Rex Peavine 1796 by Rex McDonald. First dam Flora Carter 8419 by Red Squirrel 53 by Black Squirrel. I don't suppose there is a better bred horse in Kentucky than Ker tucky Gentleman. He has been one of the most successful horses in the in selling a saddle horse. I am going to offer the services of this great horse at the extremely low price of $15 to insure. I am giving you for $15 what most men would charge from $25 to $40 for. Do you appreciate it? If so, send your best mares to the court of Kentucky Gentleman and let him get you a nice colt. J. NEV1N CARTER, R. F. D. No. 5, Stanford, Ky. Watch This Space Tuesday For the Sale of the Magnificent 200 Acre Blue Grass Farm H. C. Baughman at Auction OF This Sale will be made in next ten days Situated at the edge of the city limits of Stanford, Kentucky This is splendid Hemp and Tobacco Land. Every foot of it good. It is now being subdivided in small tracts from 10 acres on up to suit purchaser For Particulars and Blue Prints Call at Office of The exact date will be given in Tuesday's issue; of or two weeks this paper Hughes & McCarty, Stanford, Ky, r -- I ifm ftMWi