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No. 30 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, April 12, 1918 DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Bn OfTut, n negro, found $57 wort oi postage stamps in a rail-roaculvert near Sadlevillc. ItfclS hr ovotl thnfc thn T.milsvMIn Internal Revenue office will collect $10,900,000 in income taxes. Senator W. J. Stone, of Missouri, suffered a slight paralytic stroke while on a car going to his office in vl-t- nl V & !&A Tuesdays and Fridays m t MR. RUSSELL ON SEED CORN. Tho seed corn proposition in Lincoln county, like most Central CRAB ORCHARD Mr. Joseph Payne visited his sishas been conducting meetings here ter and brother this week. during tho past three weeks, spoke Mrs. Howard has returned from a on the subject of Spiritualism. This visit to her parents in Stanford. study was very much appreciated Mrs. Walter sister from by all. "Spiritualism," declared Mr. Bee Lick, is her Brown'sthis week. visitor Denslow, "is n last day delusion. It Miss Anna Bronaugh. of Pineville, is nothing short of tho manifestation is with her father, Col. R. II. Broof the spirits of devils. It must be naugh. frankly admitted that all that is done Miss Mary Wallin. Stanford, at tho seances can not be accounted visited her sister, Mrs.of Carl King by slight of hand and so on. It Sunday. for is tho working of an intelligent tho Mrs. Robert Collier has returned unseen power. But this power is not from n pleasant visit with friends in the spirits of departed loved ones. Pineville. The Bible plainly teaches that the Mrs. Clinton Gooch and son, have dead know not anything neither been with Rev. and Mrs. Gooch on have they any more a reward; for lower Mnin. the memory of them is forgotten. Mrs. Nellie Spoonamore, of RowAlso their love, and their hatred, and land, visited her parents, Rev. and their envy, is now perished; neither Mrs. Gooch for several days. have they any more a portion for Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Cummins hnve ever in anything that done under the visited the former's mother, near Eccl. 9:5-0- . This scripture Bee Lick, and she remains feeble. sun. forever forbids the possibility of tho Mrs. Frank Watson, who came dead returning to communicate with from Somerset last week to visit her the living. However, the Bible docs parents, returned to that city Tuesteach that the spirits of devils will day. go forth working miracles. Rev. 16: Mrs. Sallie Pennington left 13-1Thus we are compelled to at- days since for Colorado to bea few tribute the miracle working power Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Singleton with for of Spiritualism to the spirits of dev- sometime. ils. God does not stoop to carry on Mr. James Edmiston went to his work by peeping and muttering, Campbcllsville in his new car a rapping and tapping, table dancing Dodge to visit Dr. Burgin's family and so on." Mr. Denslow will con- last week. tinue his meetings two weeks more, Rev. Stout preached fine sermons and during the next two weeks his nt the Baptist church Saturday and studies wili be taken from the Book Sunday, and is very much liked by of Revelation. His subject for Sun- all denominations. He contemplates day is: "The Prophetic History of moving here soon. the Church." Before the opening of This cold weather is making the the service he will throw on the fruit trees look almost ashamed of screen about twenty war their bloom, and the ladies don't like slides. to be seen in spring hats. Mrs. Sarah Brooks, of Atlanta. W. A. REYNOLDS LOSES MOTHER Ga., sent $1.00 to the Ladies' Aid Mr. W. A. Reynolds, the Junction of the Christian church as an Easter 4. te DENSLOW ON SPIRITUALISM Wcncsdny night Mr. Dcnslow, who i; V! tucky counties, Is of serious and importance to every man, woman and child in tho county. Not since 1854 have such conditions existed in this county. During that year there was practically no seed corn in the country, and the people were compelled to depend for their seed corn upon the old crop. Today, there is very little corn of the 1917 crop that is fit for seed, and tho farmers are dependent for seed upon the 1916 crop and the supply coming from Southwestern Kentucky .mil Western Tennessee, where climatic conditions were more favorable and a large quantity of seed corn, showing a germination of from 90 to 100 per cent, is to be found. Not only is this favored section called upon to supply the deficit of seed corn to the farmers of Kentucky, but also to supply a large deficit throughout the northern corn belt, which has not one bushel of seed corn of the 1917 crop. During my two weeks' stay in Lincoln county, working under the direction of the U. S. Department of Agriculture and State's Relations Service, I have made over 100 tests of corn. I have carefully examined and made calculations on sixty tests, and these run from 0 up to 90 per cent, making a general average of a fraction over 30 per cent. These tests convince me there is very little seed corn in this county, and it is now up to the farmers and those interested to get busy and make arrangements to secure their seed corn. Unless they do so, there will be a failure of the crop in this county. I am not trying to alarm the people, but I say most emphatically, that conditions, so far as I am able to learn, are deplorable in this section. I have been delegated by the Federal Government and the State to aid you. There is not one penny of cost to you. The service is absolutely free. If you want seed corn, I can get it for you at actual cost. It costs $5.25 a bushel, shelled and sacked, f-. LIBERTY LOAN HONOR FLAG U the t I n. li TTnnVinavilln .SKa&ffiS'WSHajKSa i ,i j germination or 'from 90 'to 100 per cent. Cash must accompany all orders. If I can give you any information or assist you in any way, I am at your service, and this service is absolutely free. Respectfully submitted, FRANK LESLIE RUSSELL Emergency Agent With the U. S. Department of Agriculture and State's Relations Ser- vice. died b and through All nnm Jinn- me is Govern- - YOU .. City merchant and business man, had the misfortune to lose his mother, Mrs. Lucy E. Reynolds, whose death occurred at his home a few clays ago. She was the widow of Robert and was one of the best women in Boyle county. Funeral services were held at the Christian church at Junction City and a great throng gathered to pay their respects to the good woman. Besides the son mentioned above, Mrs. Reynolds leaves two sisters and four brothers: Mrs. Salile D. Banks and Mrs. Mat-ti- e Judd, of Cane Valley, and Mr. Elsey Damron, of Columbia, Mr. Samuel Damron, of Mt. Salem, and Mr. George Damron and Mr. John Damron, of Oklahoma. The relatives have the deepest sympathy of all. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. J. Q. Montgomery. Rey-nods '.,.-- """KnHr r. "" " JV." " cVrtr. rjvv r- CArjXFIND ANY siuro N. ,vminu uui ac A. Save Your Hair! Make It Thick, Wavy, Glossy and Beautiful At Once. TRY "CASCARETS'.' LIVER AND FOR BOWELS IF SICK OR BILIOUS Tonight! Clean Your Bowels and Stop Headache, Colds, and Sour Stomach. box now. Get a Turn the rascals out the headache, biliousness, indigestion, the sick, sour stomach and bad colds turn them out tonight and keep them out with Cascarets. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then and never know the misery caused by a lazy liver, clogged bowels, or an upset stomach. Don't put in another day of distress. Let Cascarets cleanse your stomach; remove the sour, fermenting food; take the excess bile from your liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poison in the bowels. Then you will feel great. A Cascaret tonight straightens you out by morning. They work while you sleep. A box from any drug store means a clear head, sweet stomach and clean, healthy 'liver and bowel action for months. Children love Cascarets because they never gripe or sicken. 10-ce- nt 10-ce- nt Try as you will, after an application of Danderine, you can not find a single trace of dandruff or falling hair and your scalp will not itch, 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. A little Danderine immediately doubles the beauty of your hair. No difference how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect is immediate and amazing your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an appearance of abundance; an incomparable lustre, softness and luxuriance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair health. Get a small bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter, and prove that your hair is as pretty and soft as any that it has been neglected or injured by careless treatment. A small trial bottle will double the beauty of your hair. THE C. O. BOY SCOUTS The Interior Journal fivled to stato in its mention of the Liberty Loan reminder, and they thank her both for the offering and remembrance. You are wanted and needed at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening. There will be somd thine there for you that will help you thru the next two weeks. Come! A true spirit of patriotism is being shown bv the little boys in town, and we think it so commendable that the Interior Journal readers must know about them. They are known n as the "Sailor Club" and their is Edward Harris (McCarty), nnd the members are: Billy Pettus. Edward Harris. Walter Hunt, Henry Shelby Fish, James Carpenter, Albert Carpenter and Porter Jones. These manly little fellows are tending gardens and the whole force goes to a garden planting it and will work each garden as it needs it. The proceeds of each garden will be sent to the sailor boys as a donation from this, .Suxelyttislqoksorfd.to. bluer" and the best part of it is, it was not suggested by any but these boys themselves. A clipping from an Atlanta, Ga.. paper says the American Cross of Honor presented a gold cross to Dr. St. Joseph Graham for bravery in saving a crew of thirteen men who were lashed to the rigging of a ship which sank near Savannah harbor in 1893. Dr. Graham with one negro man, Peter Dodge were the only ones of a ship's crew who would venture out unon the stormy sea whose s waves dashed .the of their craft and after three trips succeeded in saving the thirteen men. For this act of bravery Dr. Graham was presented with a gold medal of honor and the negro with a silver one, by both the United States and Canada, and now the gold cross has been presented to him for brave deeds. The only other one to receive this honor and distinction was Gen. JofTre, the hero of France. The many friends here of Dr. Graham will rejoice with him in this honor. As he was born in our city. Crab Or-- , chard justly feels proud of him. Can-taismoke-stack- charges of negligence as result of the death of Private Otha Murray, was exonerated. S. D. Haley, of Brooklyn, dropped dead while addressing an audience of fish dealers in conference at a session of the food administration. Chief interest in the vast estate of Mrs. Flagler Bingham now centers in the forthcoming legal battle over the tax duo the Stato of Kentucky. Accordinc to the recent estimate of Senator Huffakcr the sum due the Statd is proximately $3,100,000. Nd criminal prosecutions will arise out of the Covington case involving the death from poison of several hundred horses belonging to the government, but disciplinary measures will be taken by the War department against the officer who was in charge of the shipment. Discharge from the Federal service of Brig. Gen. Frederick E. if Minnesota, born in Germany, for railing to maintain highest efficiency, is announced by the War Department. At the War Department it wag stated that no overt act of a disloyal nature had been charged against Gen. Rcsche and that this featuj,e had not been touched upon in the .investigation of his case. Joseph Riegcl, 28 years old, a miner and former member of the United States army, told a Coroner's jury there yesterday that he was the leader of the mob which last Friday morning hanged Robert P. Pragcr, an enemy alien, according to persons present at the hearing. He described in detail the events leading up to the tragedy. Pragei's last request was that his body should be wrapped in the American flag, lie declared. on Res-ch- e, Maj. Milton Board, tried by cjapitol court-marti- al til VHIBsfeBsssk. LET'S WIN ONE FOR STANFORD EIGHTH GRADE BOYS WIN Just after the game between the Stanford High School ball team and the Danville Dummies Friday after noon the Hustonville club tried conclusions with the eighth grade team of the school here and met defeat by a score of 8 to 6. The visitors put up a pretty good game and were not the "soft snaps" that some thought they were before the play began. The score tied several times but the home team made two scores in the last inning, winning the game Huston, of the visitors, made a homo was as follows run. The line-u- p Stanford Bell, c; Grimes, p: Mc Carty, lb; Turpin, 2b; Cordier, 3b; Ballou, ss; Weaver, If; Givens, cf; Traylor, rf. Hustonville Tucker, c; little, p: iMurphy, lb; Leigh, 2b; Uer-rss; Reid, 3b; Reynolds, If; Hicks, cf; Huston, rf. y, THE LATEST WAR NEWS Beginning a new drive far to the north of the Picardy battlefield, Field Marshal von Hindenburg is driving attack after attack against the British lines between Arras and Ypres, and the Germans, by terrific fighting, have succeeded in penetrating the British defenses at points over a front of nearly 30 miles to a depth of almost six miles just to the south of Ypres. Although the British admit the loss of Armontieres, the withdrawal of the British forces was only for the purpose of straightening out the line in tho region where the German pressure is the heaviest. Wytschaete it still held by Field Marshal Haig's men, who also stand firm on vital points nlong tho lino nnd against whom furious assaults have been lnunched only to break down or be nullified by British counter attacks. Americnn forces, marching since the anniverr.v of the entry of the United States into war. have arrived at a British salient. They will soon be put into battle alongside tho d allied forces. The British on the line from Ypres to La Basseo are feeling the full weight of GorThough wedges have man attack. been driven into their lines they havn not been pierced at any point. North of Armienticrrcs the British were forced to give ground. hard-presse- le The Daniel Boone Oil Co., unloaded another oil drill Thursday and it is being moved to their several leases in the Buck Creek section of the county. They have a number of paving wells, and having confidence in the territory, will drill manv more. The Belvidere Oil Co., of which Rex a big oil tank, which was taken to the field Thursday. The Florence Oil Co. did not find oil at a depth of some 250 feet and will likely have their well "shot." They will continue to. drill on the K. Dunigan lease. ANOTHER OIL DRILL HERE Carpenter is representative, received OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY P. M .a IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Russell county went "over the top" in itssalo of Liberty Loan Bonds. Howard Archibald Gillingham is dead in the, Walnut Hills section cf Mrs. Nannie Board, a former well knowmresident of Perryville, is dead Mercer. at Lebanon'. A great crowd heard Hon. Leslie Shaw speak on Liberty Loan Bonds at Danville the other nicht. rally here Monday that Scout Master Raymond Skiles. of Crab Orchard, was here with his brigade of Boy Scouts and that his and their ser vices were tendered the Liberty Loan committee. Like the organization here, the Crab Orchard boys are anx ious to do something in these parlous war times. RESTORE YOUR VITALITY WITH VIN HEPATICA e feeling you That listless, have at this time of the year is Nature's signal that you are all run down. Your vitality is lowered to the danger point. For months you have been eating heavy foods, living in closed rooms with scarcely any exercise. You have a bad cold now and then. The result is your system is all clogged up with poisons. What you want to do, and at once, is to get a bottle of Vin Hepatica, the great vegetable prescription, and give your liver, kidneys and bowels a thorough, yet gentle, cleaning out of all these accumulated poisons, which lower your vitality and make your system an easy prey for diseases so prevalent this time of the year. Get Vin Hepatica from us. The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford. lay-lik- A Decatur, Ga., man offers $1 rent for good hens with inclination to CATARRH VANISHES Here Is One Treatment That All Sufferers Can Rely Upon. If you want to drive catarrh and all its disgusting symptoms from your system in the shortest possible time, go to your druggist and ask for a Hyomei outfit today. Breathe Hyomei and it will rid you of catarrh; it gives such quick relief that all who use it for the first time are astonished. Hyomei is a pure pleasant antiseptic, which is breathed into the lungs over the inflamed membrane; it kills the catarrh germs, soothes the soro spots, and heals all inflammation. Don't suffer another day with catarrh; the disease is dangerous and often ends in consumption. Start the Hyomei treatment today. No no sprays or stomach dosing, douches; just breathe it that's all. Ask The Penny Drug Store, Stan ford, Ky. HAD EYE REMOVED. Robert Vanoy, who had the misfortune to have one of his eyes badly injured by a nail striking the ball while at work on his barn, suffered so much with it that he had an operation performed by Dr. Dabney, tho Louisville- eye specialist. Five days later it was found necessary to have the hall removed. Since the operation he has been doing nicely. His sister, Miss Mary Vanoy. w.is with him during his stay in Louis- "sit" Stanford Minister Thankful "I had stomach trouble for nearly 20 years, also constipation which filled my system with gas and fover. I could not do my work, and while I was down sick a lady from out of town sent me a bottle of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy which proved truly wonderful. I believe it is the best medicine on earth." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes tho catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. The Penny Drug Store; The, Joe Rice, a colored soldier from Lincoln Pharmacy., Garrard, died at Camp Taylor. . ville. and bladder trouble," writes F. B. Fairbank, 55 Grand River Ave., W. Detroit, Mich. "Had to get up six or seven times during tho night. Foley Kidney Pills have worked wonders and I can recommend them as the best medicine I have ever taken." Tonic in action: auick. sure. Sold everywhere. "I suffered greatly from kidney HE CAN REST FINE NOW. PREACHER FOR SO TEARS uJHaugnman-tarpi- ; ' J. Rev. Larkin Stevfart, colored, who and"on next' Wednesday-The Cecil will case was continued is pastor of the Christian church in will sell it to the highest bidders. until the September term of the Macksville, has been prenching the There will be a lot of small farms Boyle circuit court on account of the gospel for 50 years and he celebrated and they will be in reach of all. Bond, said to be the greatest illness of Attorney Chenault Hugue- - the golden anniversary of his service in the Master's Vineyard by preach- auctioneer in Kentucky, will cry the iy. Don C. Edwards, of London, and ing a splendid sermon last Sunday sale and presents, including money, Walter N. Flippin, of Pulaski, rre choosing as his scripture lesson the will be given away. A brass band among those mentioned for Congress loth chapter of Luke, which he will make music for the occasion and During his long there will be lunch for all. Better in the 11th since Caleb Powers with- knows by heart. ministry he has baptized 367 persons get in line and go. drew. Edward Kenley, charged with the and united in matrimony considerSPEAKING AT WAYNESBURG murder of Charles Baughman, near ably over 100 couples. Rev. StewSeveral autos of Stanford gentleShelby City, was given a sentence of art has done much good work and two to three years by the Boyle cir is held in high esteem by all who men will go to Waynesburg Saturday afternoon, where at 2 o'clock Messrs. know him. cuit court. R. E. Turley has paid into TreasJ. B. Paxton. J. S. Hocker, P. M. H. G. Skiles and others will MR. TIM HUFFMAN DEAD urer Porter's hands at Lexington, talks the representing Richmond's $1,200, The Courier-Journof Thursday make short Liberty onLoan importance Bonds. contribution to the Dixie Highway contained the following account of of buying It fund and reported $800 more from the death of a gentleman who in days is hoped that a good crowd will greet the people of Berea. gone by was well known in this sec- the gentlemen, who have an importA Harrodsburg dispatch savs: One tion and who had many relatives ant message for the people of that of the rarest cases in medical sci- here: "Tim Huffman, 63 years old, section of the county. ence was before the Mercer County died yesterday morning at the city THREE YOUNG VOLUNTEERS Medical Society here today. It was hospital of nephritis. He was a naJune Givens, Ewalt Givens and son of Charles Sims, tive of Harrodsburg, but had lived the William Benke are the three voung of the Duncan section of this coun- in Louisville for the past twenty-fiv- e ty, who is afflicted with a singular years. He was a clothing salesman men who have volunteered their serbone disease. In his short life he and made his home at the Commer- vices to the government to take the training for mechanical positions in has suffered fifty-on- e fractures of cial Hotel." the army and they will leave on the bones in various parts of his body. He is normal in size nnd an unusual4:30 train Monday morning for InSENIOR PLAY TONIGHT dianapolis to report for duty. Friends ly bright and intelligent child, but The Senior play, "At the End of of the young men are congratulating his bones are soft. the Rainbow," at the opera house to- them on their patriotic move. night promises to be a most interestLAND. STOCK AND CROP ing one is likely BEST FOR CHILDREN John Hooker had a valuable cow ed houseand itgreet the that a crowdyouthful perwill Experience proves Foley's to die from eating rotten fodder. formers. The play is in charge of Honey and Tar is the that family best W. T. Dohoney sold to S. H. Spur-lin- Miss Esther Burch, which is an as- medicine for children for coughs, of Adair county, 25 yearlings, surance that it will be good. It will colds, croup and whooping cough. at $55. the true college spirit about it Mrs. M. E. Schlarb, 556 Oakland T. W. Jones sold to J. H. Gogrrin have will be both well staged and well Ave., Ashland, Pa., writes: "When hogs at 19c. and bunch of a presented. Don't fail to see it. my little girl gets a cold I give her a Scott Hamilton sold a bunch of dose of it and it always relieves her. hogs at 20c. WEATHERFORD IN FRANCE Sold I cannot praise it too highly. F. J. Conn sold to John J. Carter J. G. Weatherford re- everywhere. a milk cow for $75. for which he paid $50 a short while ago. Mr. ceived a cablegram the other day BULLY FOR MERCER COUNTY Conn bought of Grider, of C'inton from his son, Francis Weatherford, stating that he had arrived safely in Mercer county never does things countv. a cow for $65. T. W. Jones has sold and shipped France. Mr. Weatherford is a field by halves. In a single day the good to the State of North Carolina over clerk. His many friends here nnd peope of that county bought $225,-000- s 9. 000 hogs in the past month or so. elsewhere are glad that he made the worth of Liberty Loan Bonds Tho farmers of that State are pay- trip all right and hope that it won't going "over the top" to the tune of Lincoln ing more attention to the raising of be very long before he returns to some $10,000 or $12,000. county peonle might think about swine than ever before and in it are home and them. what their Mercer cousins have done showing good judgment. DON'T LET IT LINGER and emulate their excellent example. LINCOLN CHAPTER RED CROSS A cough that "hangs on wears LIBERTY LOAN BONDS SOLD Tho Red Cross Dinner and Bazaar down the sufferer, leaving him un The following have purchased Libto be given next countv court day, able to ward on sickness. Jos. May 13th, is being worked energet148 Fillmore St., Nashville, erty Loan Bonds since Tuesday's isForestus Reid ically. Come to the front and vo- Tenn., writes: "I was suffering with sue of this paper: Help make a dry hacking cough and a pain in $1,000; Miss Lucile Back $50; Jack lunteer your services. this worthy affair a success. The my chest, but since taking Foley's Dinwiddie $50; H. B. Davis $100; branch chapters are being taken care Honey and Tar Compound I have Miss Janie Hocker $50; Miss May K. of by the following: Hustonville, been relieved." It soothes, heals Hocker $50; W. G. Gooch $500; Frank Phillips $500; Tom Phillips Mrs. McKeo Riffo; Turnersville, Mrs. and cures. Sold everywhere. $500. Sam Helm, Mrs. Leslie Carter; LIBERTY SERVICE LEAGUE SPEAKING AT HUSTONVILLE Mrs. E. C. Reynolds, Miss Bear in mind that Lieut. Gov. On Saturday week, Ruth Tanner; Morelnnd, Miss Miafternoon nolta Prewitt; Kings Mountain, Mrs. April 20th, Mr. K. S. Alcorn nnd James D. Black will address an open of the Liberty Service C. M. Thompson, Mrs. Baxter; Hub- others will speak at Hustonville. session e at eight ble, Miss Levisa Harris, Mrs. Will They will tell of the splendid invest- League at tho Murphy; Waynesburg, Mrs. Asa Mor- ment Liberty Loan Bonds are nnd o'clock Saturday night. There will gan, Mrs. Harvey Acton, Miss Sin- the importance of every mnn, wo- bo n membership meeting in the gleton. man and child who can do so, buy- county court room at 7:30 Friday evening. ing one or more of them. Cut This Out It Is Worth Money. BANK STOCK AND LOTS DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this BLACK MEETS BLACKS J. B. Paxton, as executor of tho slip, enclose with fivo cents to Foley While at Harrodsburg Saturday, & Co., 2835 Sheffield, Ave., Chicago, where ho spoke on tho Liberty Loan, estate of Cicero Reynolds, will sell III., writing your name and address Lieut. Gov. James D. Black had the at public auction tomorrow, Saturclearly. 'You will receive in return of meeting threo James D. day afternoon at 2 o'clock, n lot of a trial package containing Foley's Sleasure none of whom aro related to bank stock, insuranco stock, building lots, house and lots. etc. See adver Honey and Tar Compound, for him. tisement. coughs, colds and croup, Foley Kidney Pills and Foley Cathartic Don't miss "At the End of tho Buy a Liberty Bond today! Rainbow." Sold everywhere. he-es-, . 4iavB-na;via.rSub-divid- &P;k frnimisbeljeyd was kjiledby a bull. Oscar. Hatchctt, a wealthy farmer 0f ;Ranin, Wayne county.- was found - Bertschy's Famous Hawaiians at Stanford opera house Saturday night. Signor Minotti will render a solo, "Hungarian Rhapsodies." Mr. one of the foremost Steel players, will render some wonderful wierd oriental numbers, accompanied by Mess. Paia and Polaka. Professor Gadke will be at tho Piano. Princess Manulewa will give a Hawaiian nature dance. This is your last opportunity to hear this wonderful troupe, as they go direct to New York after two weeks in Kentucky and other Eastern points. Saturday night's picture William Fox presents Geo. Walsh in "Some Boy." Admission 25 and 35 cents. Kala-luhi, PUBLIC TAKE NOTICE! Liberty Service League of Stanford not onlv requests but urges those who hear disloyal utterances or observe disloyal acts of any kind to inform the League at the earliest possible moment, and a thorough investigation will be made. At this time when the Allies are facing such a crisis it is highly important that every citizen be on the lookout to protect and further every interest of this government. Liberty Service League. The WILL SELL BAUGHMAN'S FARM Hughes & McCarty, the progressive real estate men of this city, Bol-iv- er al g, 100-poun- d 100-poun- d ff Gil-lar- d, Mc-Kinn- court-hous- Tab-let- s. Page Two ,TKe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, April 12, 1918 W.S.S. United States Government WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Iiiued by the Lend Uncle Sam $4.15 5 Years from Now He'll Pay You $5 fj Help feed and clothe the boys who are in the trenches, fighting to protect your property, and 3'our FREEDOM. He who fights may be Father, Brother, Son, or Sweetheart. It is of vital importance that your Uncle Sam gets the money to feed these boys. Are you who stay at home and not heeding this urgent call wasting and helping the kaiser doing your bit to help win the war for civilization? Now go at once to your nearest Post Office, Bank, your Rural Carrier or any authorized agency, and start the thrift habit. You ffl You need not begin with a large amount. can buy U. S. Government Thrift Stamps at 25c each. When you buy your first Thrift Stamp, you will be given a Thrift Card. Each Thrift Card has spaces for 6 stamps. When you have filled a Thrift Card it may be exchanged for a $5.00 War Savings Stamp by adding 5 cents in cash if exchanged prior to May st, 1918, and c additional each month thereafter. If you prefer you may buy the $5.00 War Savings Stamps optrighj;. When you buy your first War Savings Stamp, you will be given a War Savings Certificate. This has spaces for 20 stamps. Thus, when full, the certificate will have a cash value of $100.00 on January 1st, 1923. A War Savings Stamp is only a Baby Liberty Bond. It is for the children as well as the grown people. Start the child to saving. Not in the old way of dropping the nickel or dime in the old goose bank on the mantle, but by saving as well as serving. Start the child right buy it a stamp to get his or her interest aroused. You owe this to the child, yourself and your country. The interest paid you on War Savings Stamps is equivalent to 4 per cent compounded quarterly, if you keep your stamps for 5 years. If you should need this money before January st, 923, you can get it back on ten days written notice with interest at approximately 3 per cent, by presenting your War Savings Certificate, with stamps attached, at a Money Order Postoffice. 1 I 1 1 l I 2 o oq i 55 ' W ti s - zK $-- - s0 a tn I I I 1 1 They Also Serve Who Stay At Home and Save This Space Patriotically Donated by the Following Well-know- n Stanford Business Men: The Penny Drug Store, E. R. Coleman, Prop., Drugs and Stationery, Nunnally's Candies McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley, Dealers in Clothing and Gents' Furnishings of All Kinds E. B. Campbell, Dealer in All Kinds of Groceries, Country Produce, Fruits, Vegetables The Lincoln Pharmacy, J. W. Acey, Prop., Drugs, Rexall Remedies, Auto Accessories Savings Stamps W.S.S. United States WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Issued by tho Government The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, April 12, 1918 Page Ihree This Store's Organization for Service and Equipment for Delivery is so Well Perfecteb Puts Us Your Next Door Neighbor No Matter Where You Live When it Comes to Trading With Us OF WOMAN INTEREST Tio Prime Minister of Enirlanil has a womnn chauffeur. V'omcn nro prohibited from acting as ncscnRcrs in Oregon. Franco has nearly a half million . wortcn working in its factories. Flora Cnntlcs, nn Irish woman, served two years in the Serbian army. Onrcr 50,000 women nrc cmpolycd rticn'g work in Pennsylvania. Over 200 women are now employed in the naval arsenal at Kurc, Ja- Three Generations the Efficacy of Testify-t- o DR. CALDWELL'S Our di.play of this teaion's bett wai never better than now. It It a pleature to trade at a tore that can give you choice and pick of one of the largest and mott select llnei of houte furnishings ever shown in this part of the country. New customers to us mean new friends and to get them, our goods prices, service and treatment must b eright. Make our store a visit you will enjoy it whether you buy or not. at Syrup Pepsin The Perfect Laxative Waite Grass Rugs Waite Grass Rugs of stand-ar- d quality best rug for for the money. These rugs are well designed to take the place of Brussels, Axminster e and Wilton rugs at prices which cost several times more than Waite Grass. These rugs are all of beautiful Tan, Brown, Green and Blue patterns. Very attractive and artistically figured. Easily to clean and purely sanitary, and considered one of the most practical rugs, for all parts of the house, on the market. Prices quoted on all sizes are very reasonable: war-tim- pan. that state. Montana has women peanut butchers on all trains running through Wy V iLxWoffl Mrs. Amy Pomcroy has been presented with the Order of the British Empire in recognition of her valu able services in assictintr her hus band to invent n bullet which, it is asserted, has been instrumental in ending the Zeppelin menace in Lon don. Miss Hilda O'Hara not onlv cniovs the distinction of being the youngest girl graduate of the Shamokin (Pa.) High bchool, but also is the first girl to be made a member of a minintr engineer corps, having been appointed to a tioqifinn in IIia nnrrinnnrinn office of the Susquehanna Coal in maintaining the family health. A combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin, free from opiates and narcotic drugs, and pleasant to the taste, it acts easily and naturally, restoring normal regularity. First prescribed by Dr. Caldwell years ago, it is today more than twenty-fiv- e the indispensable family remedy in countless homes throughout the United States. Sold in Drug Stores 50 cts. and $1.00 Dr. A trial bottle can be obtained, free of charge, by writing to VV. IJ. Caldwell, 457 Washington St., Monticello, Illinois battled their way to port, many of them without assistance, and all under their own power. The General Conference of the M. E. church, South, will meet in Atlanta, Ga., May 1, and will be in session about three weeks. 54x90 Wnite Grass Rugs 27x54 Waite Grass Rugs 36x72 Waite Grass Rugs $4.00 $1.35 $2.00 9x12 Waite Grass Rugs 6x9 Waite Grass Rugs 8x10 Waite Grass Rugs 6x12 Waite Grass Rugs $5.00 $8.75 $8.50 $10.00 SAPP-SLATO- N FURNITURE CO. Successors to A. F. Wheeler Furniture Company Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store, Danville, Kentucky HALL'S GAP her aunt, Mrs. Will Perkins, at Row- James Carter, Thursday. Our Sunday School is progressing land. Mrs. Gordic Hodges is quite sick, Mrs. Thomas Eans, of Maywood, nicely. was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. we are sorry to state. Miss Effie Daugherty is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Will Perkins wore SCXXXX5C3CJJttXXXX5S here Sunday visiting relatives. Miss Anna Hale, was the guest of Misses Bessie and Martha Daugherty last Sunday. Mr. Rube Hoskins is numbered among the sick. Mrs. Mary Carter was the guest The residence on East Main Street, formerly occupied of her brother, Mr. Charley Daughby Mrs. Lizzie Salter (near Presbyterian church) will erty last week. Mont Hale was in Stanford Wedbe sold to the highest bidder about 3:30 Saturday afternesday. noon, April 13th, or just after the sale of the effects of Rev. David Asher will preach at the late Cicero Reynolds, which will be made by J. B. Fairview Saturday and Sunday. EvPaxton. Said residence to be moved off of lot in 30 days erybody is cordially invited to come. Little Johnny Moore Carter is quite American submarines have crossed the Atlantic and are now engaged Dr. James firengman Tells How New in the fight against the German The passage was made in Tanlac Treatment Hat midwinter, when the sea wa? the Helped Him. ugliest in years, but the little craft RHEUMATISM IS A LOT BETTER Dij. Jnme? Brengmnn, 08, of 1621 Rosewood avenue, Louisville, Ky., a ts. OLD RESIDENCE FOR SALE W. H. Higgins, Stanford sick. SXXXXXXXXXSXXXXXXXXXXKSXXXXS Buy a Liberty Bond today! Great Auction Sale -- veterinarian, has tried Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment and has been greally benefitted by its use. Dr. Brengmnn believes that with a thorough trial Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment; will rid htm entirely of his rheumatism. "ijhave suffered from rheumatism for the last two years," Dr. Breng-ma- n 'said. "I tried lots of remedies but nothing seemed to help me." "About a week ago I read in the papers about Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment. The rheumatic pains in my limbs were so bad at that time that it was hard for me to walk down to the drug store to get a package. "Well, I started taking Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment. That was just a week ago and in just that short time Tanlac Rheumatism treatment has helped me greatly. The pains in my limbs are not nearly so bad now and I don't have any trouble at all in walking around. "I believe that with a thorough trial Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment will rid me entirely of my rheumatism and I recommend this rteatment to anybody." "If you suffer from rheumatism get Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment today." You can get Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment at The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Lloyd George, in the House of Commons, declared there must be conscription in Ireland. He said the fCVZTSl WHEN YOU PAINT USE "The Brand That Satisfies" H. & W. Pure tisviiie paint mS Prepared Paint DURABLE PROTECTS YOUR BEAUTIFIES PROPERTY H. & W. Paint works freely under the brush, covers surface thoroly to stay covered, also leaves an attractive appearance. Never use cheap Paint (the Best is always cheapest in the end) therefore ask your dealer for H. & W. Pure Prepared Paint and accept no substitute. The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. ON SALE BY Farm and Town Property AT OF- Land, Stock and Farm Implements Wednesday, April 24 At 10 O'clock, A. M., (New Time) The land consists of 240 acres, fronting on the Danville and Lancaster pike, half way between Hubble and Hedgeville; 6 miles from Danville, 6 miles from Lancaster and 6 miles from Stanford. This farm is in a high class state of cultivation, has been well taken care of for 35 years and has the reputation of being the best and most fertile farm in a section of splendid farming lands; 40 acres of sod land, already plowed to go in corn; 10 acres sown to oats; 20 acres in wheat and 170 acres in meadow and blue grass. Farm is well fenced' and well watered, and in the very BEST neighborhood in Kentucky, close to schools and churches. dwelling with halls, porches and cellar; large IMPROVEMENTS: Splendid stock barn, cribs, two tenant houses and other outbuildings. and sold in several separate tracts, thus giving opporThe farm will be tunity to those wanting small farms, and opportunity to the purchaser who may want it all. Possession of any part or all the farm at once, or any time from date of sale to January 1, 1919, at the option of the purchaser. Here is a GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY for you. There will not be another farm the equal of this on the market this year. The land is going to sell to the "High Dollar" and whatever the price the purchaser will get a bargain, as the land is ready right now for heavy cultivation. The terms will be easy and on as long time as the purchaser may desire. The farm belongs to G. B. Swinebroad, and at the same time and place he will registered bull calves. G. A. Swinesell several Fresh Jersey Cows and high-clas- s broad will sell a lot of stock, farming implements, consisting in part of 25 mules, 15 3-- 4 good stock yearling steers; 22 yearling heifers; 1 pair of hands; 1 pair 16 hands horse mules; 1,200 pound butcher steer; 900 pound red cow; wagons; wheat drill; a lot of fat hogs, stock hogs, and sows and pigs; two 4-P. gasoline engine; No. 9 Blizzard cutter corn crusher; hay stacker; hay rakes, plows, cultivators, etc., etc., also some household and kitchen furniture. sub-divid- ed H. critical stage of the war had arrived and that man power was the imperative need of the moment. He proposed raising the age limit for the draft after summing up the events of the past two weeks. Warren county strawberry growers have been assured enough cars to moc the crop this season, which is estimated to be worth $800,000. job printing at the terior Journal office. High-clas- PUBLIC SALE '8 of 20th Day for April,the 1farm at 2:30 P. As administrator with the will annexed of Garner Price, deceased, the undersigned will at the mansion house occupied by him at the time of his death, on the Lancaster pike, near Crab Orchard, on the s In- sale publicly M., offer of about 98 acres of which he died possessed and also the lot on alley back of Cherry's store in Crab Orchard, containing two tenement houses. The lot will be sold in parcels and then as a whole and the bid accepted which realizes the greater sum. sHslIDViiLJp The Lincoln Trust Company Administrator ...... At this time of the year people feel weak, tired, listless, their blood is thin, tbey have lived indoors and perhaps expended all their mental and bodily energy and they want to know how to renew their energy and stamina, overcome headaches and backaches, liavo clear eyes, a smooth, ruddy skin, and feel the exhilaration of real Rood health tingling thru their body. Good, pure, rich, red blood is the best insurance apainst ills of all kinds. Almost all diseases come from imnuro and impoverished blood. It is to oo noticed in the pale or pimply face, the tired, haggard appearance or the listless manner. Drink hot water a half hour before meals, and for a vegetable tonic there's nothing better th .n Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, the herbal remedy, wliich has had such a fine reputation for fifty years. It conIt is tains no alcohol or narcotics. made from Golden Seal root, Blood-roo- t, Oregon grapo root, Queen's root, Black Cherry bark, extracted with glycerine and made into tablets and liquid. Tablets sixty cents, at most drug stores. In order to insure puro blood and to build up the system try this tonic known as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Get it now I ON GUARD VULCANIZING Bring us your damaged Auto Casings. We will vulcanize them and often double their milage, for a very small cost. We also want you to see our FORD TRACTOR for your plowing and heavy hauling. DINNER SERVED ON THE GROUNDS FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS AND BLUE PRINTS, INQUIRE OF SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man of Lancaster The Anderson Garage Stanford, Ky. Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, April 12, 1918 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 41 PerCent Money To Loan At 4 1-- 4 Per Cent. TO BUY Third Liberty Loan Bonds Lincoln County National E. C. Walton mi J. H. Wrifht Mr. Wnttcrson, who once referred to Woodrow Wilson as the crook from New Jersey, hns never been nblo to do the groat man justice or give him rcnl credit for servirff the country to the best of a consecrated ability. He even invents wind mills to fight that he may thereby discredit the man who is nearer the hcrt of the people of America than an? man who ever lived. Ho now indirectly accuses him of scheming to hnve himself elected for a third term, nirainst the unwritten law of the land, when it is doubtful if such a thing ever entered his mind. It is a great pity that the greatest living editor should waste his valuable time and tav hts energy in trying to mnkc the people believe that the president is a raw head and bloodybones, who will catch us all if we don't look out. We are not of those who think that the king can do no wronC nor that anv public servant is above honest criticism, but it is not fair nor just to invent things for the purpose of basing invidious complaint. self-seeki- Spring Styles Collegian Clothes The world's most derful Clothing. won- Bank "Corner Next to Court House" STANFORD, KY. Tangible proof of the effort of the n Alliance to elect Hughes president, together with the large amount of money it useJ for the purpose, was furnished when an investigation committee of Coi gross brought it out in evidence. The Germans all over the country were urged to vote for Hughes, who would have been elected, the officials of the alliance say. had it not been for the "sabre rattling Roosevelt." Whci the history of the campaign of 191(5 is WTitten it will disclose proof of German effort that will eclipse everything now believed to have been done by the kaiser and his took for the success of the Republican tcket. German-America- 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. Buy W. S. Stamps Buy Liberty Bonds NEED A NEW HAT? Want one that will fit your face; go onto your head with comfort and set well on your bank? We've just that combination fM have gotten their places by favoritism and know no more about business than a hog does of holiday and Vs .. care less. . ? The way the government is robbed by profiteers and others who vould get rich while the rest of the country is sacrificing and saving to help win the war is a shame and a scandal. It has been paying $99,(00 a year rent for the Cape May hotel and using it as a hospital. It was sold the other day for just $2,000 less than the rental price or $75,000. One reason that the government is imposed upon by extortionate demands is that many of its agents ri W. E. PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD. KENTUCKY n:rjLKmMam ft get used to most anything. The put ting up of clocks an hour, for the al leged purpose of daylicht savmp, has been attended with little inconvenience and the new time is runnin ; as smoothly as can be. The fact is the change in this section is not so preat. A score or so of years ago we had to change the clock back some 22 minutes to conform to standard t'me, so we only lose about 40 minutes from original suntime, which, was an arbitrary arrangement. .ft It does not take the people long to N DAfiiSCC 1917 J 4i this Twentieth Century Era, when time is very, very valuable, the shrewd BUSINESS MAN has long since recognized the value of a telephone. He realizes that his telephone will do more than two or three errand boys or hired hands. He also realizes its value from the standpoint of PROTECTION in case of sickness 1$ Better have a4 telephone when you need it, than wish you had. Cfl Better wear a smile than a frown. 1$ Let us install a telephone for you. IN Chairman E. T. Franks; of the State Central Committee, says it and it must be so. It should be anyway. Here it is: "Any republican who does not march shoulder to shoulder with Woodrow Wilson to win this war should be lined up against a wall and strot." Continuing he said: "I am out of politics until the war is won." Hurrah for Franks. All things come to him who waits. George McGuire, of Washjngton City, applied 25 years ago forfa job sg"McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley Mi W1TK w jSBfttaK If New Oxfords Just arrived 'UtC !" ' NVxvc.te &YP - RVtUCBflU "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" The Wilkes county, Ga., grand Why Not Be Good To Yourself. jury, bought Thrift Stamps with the If you awaken weary and money they got for serving as jurors. in the morning, or tire early in the day, are bilious and "blue," with coated tongue and bad breath if you are suffering from indigestion ,or constipation you will find Foley Cathartic Tablets quick to relieve and comfortable in action. They are wholesome and health-givinSold everywhere. unre-freshed g. STANFORD, KY. Virgil Weaver, a Pendleton has announced for in the Sixth. county-republica- as cemetery watchman at avf,Balary of $40 per month. He has ijusLjwen given the place and is said to bethe happiest man in the capital city". sub-divid- Huston ville Telephone Co. L. The lepers of Molokai, one' of the Hawaiian Islands have bought $3,000 worth of Libertv Bonds. Ars vnn WATCH SWINEBROADS "ADS." going to let a leper be more patriotic You are requested to read those two large advertisements of G. B. man you are: Swinebroad in this issue. He has a Read on the last nnn-- nf tViic rn. splendid farm and a suburban home per of the big sale Hughes & McCar- - which he is going to dispose of. The iy win maKe next Wednesday. Harry farm will be sold on Wednesday, C. Baucrhman's excellent, fnrm will Vin April 24, and the suburban property and sold to the highest next Tuesday, 16th. Make your bidders. to attend each sale. it Cream Dairy Feed is a mixture of Cotton Seed Meal, Alfalfa Meal, Gluten Feed, Molasses and Mill Feed. Feed your milk cows Cremo Dairy Feed. It We hava sold this feed for more than a year and know that it is fine for milk cows. 16.5 per cent protein. We have this in 100 lb. sacks. F. Steele, Mgr. t Just Received! K ftss& m&) '&7Z( Attention Men! Our Spring and ry IW ' 4-- " t V A hinmonf Rir UMupnw .S 01 J.H.Baughman&Co. INOOBPOtlTID ,! .t ( . Warners Rust-Pro- of J Ih hi VA i3 Summer styles are here and it is time for W Ua$ierifs TURNERSVILLE Supply Company Ginghams and Percales Bleached and Brown Domestics Groceries and Hardware A STOCK UNIQUE IN QUALITY AND VALUE IS I that new suit. Corsets of rmtiner-s-i tust-tye-f o I ilmmlMMMwmm Cllil MWmmt ' i 1 1 We will be glad to show them to you. We have a Warner model for every type of figure slender, medium, stout, short or tall. For every woman Corset that will there is a distinct Warner's Rust-Profit comfortably and fashionably. Every Corset is guaranteed not to rust, break or tear. Come in and see the different models Every suit is for long wear. Bui Prices $1.00 to $3.50 We also carry at all times a complete line of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Groceries, Hardware and Patent Medicines. We will pay highest price for country produce. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS H jgpw If Sam Purchases may be made by phone, as our service is most satisfactory Hustonville 1160 Qej 5212 Robinson A. J. Weddle & Son Hustonville, Ky. TURNERSVILLE, KENTUCKY Hustonville's Leading Store The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, ' Friday, April 12, 1918 WITH THE CHUKCHES. Methodist Sunday school at the court house Sunday morning at 0:30. Preaching by the pastor at 10:45. Services at Presbyterian church Sunday April 14: Sunday school at 9:45; Morning Service at 11 o'clock, sermon by pastor; C. E. Meeting at 7:15. Union Service at 8 o'clock, sermon by Rev. W. D. Welburn. Everybody welcome. Christian Church Sunday school, 10 a. m. Lord's Supper nnd Morning Sermon, 11 a. m. The baptismal service nppointed for this hour has been postponed because of repairs on the baptistery. Christian Endeavor at 7:15 p. m. Union Service at Presbyterian church, Rev. W. D. Welburn preaching the sermon. The scries of decision meetings at the Christian church closed Wednesday night. There were ten additions to the church, nnd much interest manifested otherwise. Miss Kather-in- o Warriner, who lend the singing, endeared herself to all who heard her. Seldom, if ever, has there been a simrcr in Stanford who so capti public as did vated the church-goinshe. With a consecrated personality, and a clear musical voice, she added greatly to the success of the meet ing. One of the most tender services of the entire meeting was the one for old people on Tuesday after noon. In spite of the Inclemency ot the weather a goodlv number of Stanford's oldest people were in attendance. The old songs uerc sung and fnvoritc quotations of scripture were given. Miss Warriner sang "The End of the Way," and Mr. Brazelton gave a tender message. An impressive nnd unique feature of the service was n solo by Elder Joseph Ballou. perhaps the oldest man present. His voice was exceedingly clear for one of his years. Elder Ballou anwill soon celebrate his fifty-firniversary in the ministry. His presence in the church nnd community is a rich benediction. g st Page Five WO work Df". LOST.-SteerTwclghs mares for sale cheap. 29-t- John Cook, Stanford. f about 500 pounds, painted on left shoulder, Howard. A. T. Tcatcr, Lnncastcr, R.. F. D. No. 3 WK have about 35 bushels 29-2- p THE 4 1-- 4 PER CENT of cultivated hemp seed for sale. It was raised on Cumberland river. Camp-bo- ll 28-tUros., Crcelsboro, Ky. f ""IfKED CORN I hnveforsalc good seed corn, both yellow nnd white, gorminntion 98 per cent. test. - PERUNA Best All Around Medicine Hope Ever Made Yon Will Third Liberty Loan Bonds are now being offered for sale. The government desires and prefers that individuals purchase this issue, to show that they are supporting the war. EJT. PenccJr., Stanford. FOR RENT. My" Tiomc 25-t- f Publish This in Stan- The' First National Bank will be pleased to secure these bonds for persons who want them and recommend them as the very best and safest investment and considers it every one's patriotic duty to purchase one or more of them. ford; located at junction of Danville nnd Hustonville avenues. W. 0. Walker, Stanford, R. F. D. 1 f ""FURNITURE, Mattings7 Druggets Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, PictiiTs and Stoves. W. A. Tribble, 28tf Stanford. HOISEHOLD GOOD'S I wiirscll at public auction on Saturday afternoon, Vnril 20th. at 4 o'clock, house hold nnd kitchen furniture of various 30-kinds. .Mrs. MD. Early. SEr I) CORN FOR SALE White, tested 100 Lex. Exp. Sta. Price reasorable. Write or phone Mrs. Jas. I). Shelby, Danville, Ky., phone 27-t3 lanta, Georgia, writes: "I suffered for fifteen years "With" rhoumaUc symptoms. Peruna cured mo nnd I think It Is tho best all around medicine ever made. I hopd you will publish this letter for tho benefit of othorB who'suffer." Those who object to liquid medicines can procure Peruna Tablets. Mr. W. II. Edgar, 49 Cooper St, At- Letter When You Are In Town Drop In and See the .IVIasterphone and hear it play. It is the greatest of its kind on the market. Listen to its sweet tone. Sold by 731. 28-- 3 Vf NTED ten goodteams7 Will pay good price if I can get them nt once. Also, I want to buy 50 bushels good hemp seed. Josh Jones, Stan- The Lincoln Pharmacy &$L Store The Phone No. 27 . ford, Ky. 28-t- f Stanford, Ky. .a.. .....-- PERSONAL AND SOCIAL The Senior play tonight. April 13 The Womnn's Club will meet in the club rooms at 3 p. m. April 16 The W. C. T. U. will meet in the lecture room of Christian church, next Tuesday, a 2:30 p. m. Everybody is going tonight. Leo Hayden was in Louisville this week. Mrs. Frank Phillips is visiting her mother at Lancaster. Father P. Leo was In Lebanon Wednesday and Thursday. T. W. Jones made a business trip to East Bernstadt Wednesday. Miss Ida Martin has matriculated at Eastern Kentucky Normal School. Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Rice are spending several days in Louisville. Prof. M. L. Cancer attended the patriotic meeting at Lancaster the other day. Miss Ruby Soper, of Lexington, is the attractive guest of Miss Elizabeth Carter. Mrs. J. J. Painter and children are spending a few days with relatives at Brodhead. Arch Trayloi; has gone to Camp Green, N. C, to see his brother, Coleman Traylor, who is ill of pneumonia. Mrs. Thomas Renfro and Miss Rofce Renfro, of Harrodsburg, are the attractive guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Renfro. J. J. Painter has returned from a visit to his sister at Pueblo, Col. His mother, Mrs. G. E. Painter, returned with him and is his guest. s, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Alcorn whose marriage took place last week, are spending some time at Signal Mountain Inn, Lookout Mountain. George Chancellor is here for a few days' visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bedell Chancellor. He left his horses at Pimlico but they will be shipped to Lexington soon. Mrs. Julia Hughes returned Wednesday from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. 'Ernest Carter, at Evansville, Ind. She helped them move into their new homo with which they are verv much delighted. Mrs. J. N. Saunders and Miss Pat Alcorn, of Stanford, are spending the day in Danville. Mrs. Robert Woods and Miss Sue Woods, of Stanford, have returned home after a short visit to Danville Wednesday's Advocate. Robert L. Porter, of Kell, 111., arrived Wednesday night to attend the burial of his father, Mr. Robert L. Porter, Sr. He missed connection m Louisville and the date of the burial was changed from Wednesday afternoon to 10:30 Thursday morning, that he might be present. Hir-ginCourier-Journal. two-year-o- ld "Corn-Les- s Day" for FeetJEvery Day Use "Gets-It,- " the Great Corn Discovery! Makes Corns Peel Right Off! Look at the Illustration below. See tho two lingers peellnp ofT a corn as though it wero a banana peel! And the man Is smllln? whllo he's doing It! AH dono painlessly, Joyfully. Tho moment "Gots-It- " THIS WOMAN FOUND RELIEF Backache, sore muscles, stifT or swollen ioints. rheumatic nains, diz ziness and like symptoms are caused bv disordered kidneys and bladder. Mrs. Thomas H. Davis, Montgomery. R. F. D. ."., Ind.. writes: "I doctored months without relief. I commenced using Foley Kidney Pills and got relief. Eight bottle cured me." Sold everywhere. The biggest sale in this section for some time will be that which Hughes & McCarty will make next Wednesday. They have had Harry C. Baugh-man- 's good farm subdivided and will See sell it to the highest bidder. "ad" on last page. It ALL persons having claims against Dr. M. D. Early, deceased, will present them properly proven to me. Those owing the estnte arc asked to settle Mrs. M. D. Early, Stanford, 30-- 3 Ky. FOR RENT My house and lot on Lancaster street. Good garden. ImSee Hughes & mediate possession. McCartj, Stanford, Ky., or write me. J. G. MeBee, 1404 Gth St., N. W., 28-- F Washington, D. C. 500 SALE SEED CORN FOR bushels nice Tennessee corn that tested from 95 to 100 per cent. Price $5 p.r bushel plus sacks. This corn has been thoroughly tertcd and absolutely all right. C. T. Bohon, Har24-- tf rodsburg, R. F. D. No. 1. .. -" IA "Get-Il,- " Iho Only Genuine, Thoroush Ever Discovered. Demand "GeU-It.- " Corn-Peel- l touches a corn or callus tho growth secIs doomed, it lanes dui iwo corn-pai- n Tho onds to apply "Gets-It.- " is eased at once. You can sit about, dance, at your desk or walk with absolute work think, love and apply "Gets-It- " conease. You can veniently almost anywhere where stockyou can take your shoo and "Gets-It" ing oft for a moment or two. shoe dries at once; then put your s no and stocking on asaln. There further excuse s. for sufferlne from corns nnd corn-pain"Gets-It- " is sold at all druggists Cyou need pay no more than 2C cents on a bottle), or sent & receipt of prlco Co , Chicago, by B. Lawrence in Stanford and recommendIll-Sol- d Samuel Hope May procured license here Thursday to wed today at Danville Miss Carry Mae Stringer He gave his age as 22 and his prospective biide's at 21. Answer the Huns by buying a Liberty Bond. FOR SALE. One pair of good work mules; one nice jack, ready for service. R. G. Pet-tuPrcachersville, Ky. three-year-o- ld 20-3- p fhw 'ft 9 S nI 1 Jt Man s, "St"aidrCupfd 9 Cunning Plotters m Crpjrleht Hart Schaltuc. Maay a New Home trill Have a Utile Sunbeaaa (0 Brighten it Then, too, tho nerves aro not torn and drawn with that usual wrenching strain, and BERTSCHY'S HAWAHANS many distresses, such as nervousness, nausea, A traveling organization styling bearing down and stretching pains, art among tho discomforts and debilitating exthemselves as Bertschy's Famous gave an excellent show at periences women who lmo used Mother't I'rlend say lmo the opera house last night. The mem- application theyurn cntlicly escaped by the or remedy. Thousands of women bers of the company are all high-clamod Mother'? experience tint it is OF LITTLE GIRL DEATH musicians and the music they Friend and know from daughter of Sam made on instruments and their vocal one or tlio greatest contribution to healthy, A F. payer's efforts were both of very high order. happy motherhood. Smock, who lives on J. Write to tho Ilradfleld HcguUtor Co , farm near Peyton's Well, died Tues- The Hawaiians will give anoth . per- Lamar HUlg Atlanta, Ca., for their "Mothof trou- formance Saturday night, when Man- erhood Boot." Thcro is n wealth of inday night of a complication nnd comfort derhed from bles and was buried in Buffalo Cem- ager Owens will show a splendid pic- struction this littlo book. to bo plainly written reading It Is etery Thursday morning. "Some Boy," with Just what every woman wants to Know. Oct ture, entitled Mother's Friend from tho drugBetter nee a bottlo of and thus fortify juuraclf against George Walsh as star. gist today, this show. pain and discomfort. time-iionorss li.-uI ed as the world's best corn remedy by The Penny Drutr Store. ENTERTAINS ROOK CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Charles Metcalf delightfully entertained the Rook Club, Wednesday evening, at the hospitable home of her parents, Mr. and CuDld and tha stork are held jn to Ten Mrs. B. C. Sandidge, of the West plotter:) End. At an appropriate hour a de- eration; they aro rated as cunning sunbeam to herald the coming jf tho littlo licious salad course was served. to gladden the hearts and brighten tho happy families. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Domes orisa ahost or remarkable preparation, most There Jones Baughman, Mr. and Mrs. Will known as Mother's Friend, which has been Neal, Mr. and Mrs. Will Riffe, Mr. used by women for over half a century and Mrs. McKee Riffe, Mr. and Mrs. before tho arrival of the stork. This is ab-a for tho Will domen and June Hocker, Mr. and Mrs. JoeScud-de- penetrating external application use throughbreast. By daily Rout, Mr. and Mrs. Richard out the waiting months, strain and tension Mr. Henry Baughman, Misses Is relieved. lho muscles aro made clastic comes they Bess Baughman, Katherine Hanson, and pliable so that when baby and danger expand vith cose and the pain and Laura Sandidge. at the crisis is naturally less. r, All Baking Cares troubles take quick You co right ahead and mix up bakcomes in, all baking Shoulders Pay enough for quality in your spring clothes "Pay enough" refers to the good of you men who buy not the jnan who sells. It fabrics, fine means the price of tailoring, good style those things are absolutely necessary for long wear and satall-wool When CALUMET leave. ing materials, for biscuit- scakes an) thing without fear of uncertainty. Calumet makes you forget failure. isfaction. BAKING POWDER r the most most popular because it does Five rrsi-l's- . It ha the LlC- -tiei est demand because it is then ost The Met mat it is i e dir- toulabic. u ura. rest seller proves matoun is uthere is that Atrial will convince none justasRood.liuyacan u ycu are not snii-iu- n uhu lane it ontit get your money back. Cilumet contains only such mere dients as hae utca .proved officially by the L' b. Iood Autnormes. i CALUMET In Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes, and our other good makes, you get these qualities you need for less than you can get them anywhere else. Phillips & Phillips Home of Hart, Schaffner Marx & Clothes Yea rave vrken yon buy it. You aave wfceo yoj ; jc it. Our TACKLE is the TACKLE to TACKLE the BIG ONES Do not fail to inspect horse Thursday. The animal fell while hitched to a wagon and broke This is the third n blood vessel. horse Mr. Cordier has had the misfortune to lose by death in the last 40 days. He seems to be sailing under an unlucky star. THE BATTLE OF ANCRE Tho Battle of Ancre is the name war picture that will of a five-rebo shown at the opera house on Tuesday night next, 10th. In it will bo seen tho tanks in action, thus giving n good idea of tho war in general. A gentleman who has seen the picture says it is great. Admission It 10c and 15c. el LOST VALUABLE HORSE W. R. Cordier lost a vnluable draft CENT-A-WOR- D "ADS word each Usue, cash than 25e each 1buO HIGHEST QUALITY HIGHEST AWARDS S our large assortment of Reel Poles, Reels, Lines and Artificial Bait. :::::: The Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Phono No. 2 Prop. Stanford, Ky. College songs, yells, football game, mask ball in play tonight State of Ohio. City o: Toledo, Lucas County, ea. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he ia senior partner ot the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In ths City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said Arm "111 pay tho sum of ONH HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every caso ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH FRANK J. CHENEY. MEDICINE. Sworn to before me and subscribed in presence, this 6th day of December, my A. W. OLEASON, A. D. 1SS6. Notary Public. (Bcal) Hall's Catarrh Medlclno la taken Internally and acts throuch the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all druprrlstH, 76c. Hall's Tamlly rills for constipation LOST A hog. Kcdgilt, weighing about 80 pounds. M. C. Newland, 30-- 1 Stanford. FOR SALE Ford Sedan, in good condition. See Randolph Harris, f Lancaster, Ky. BULL I nm standing a black bull at $1.00 at the gate. W. T. Gover, 28-Crab Orchard. country hams just the GOOD size you want. You will find them f at H. N. Jones. FOR SALE First class clover and timothy hay. Price is right. 29-- 2 Hartwell Shanks. WANTED to buy cane seed. Must been clean, red top or early amber. 2Gtf E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford. FOR SALE Pivot axle riding cultivator; in good condition. Chenp if 29-taken at once. Thi3 office. SALEEighty" ewes with FOR W. lambs thrown in. Good ones. p C. Floyd, Hustonville, Ky. LOOK About tho first of June I will have a new bungalow ready for you. B. L. Fngaley, Stanford, Ky. 2G.toJc20. ESCAPED from Adams Express Co., one Fox Terrier Dog; bob tailed. White body, black head and curs. p Reward. J. S. Rico, Agent, 30-t29-t2 29-430-l- (Ads here are 1 cent with order: no ad lea Prepare lee Don When the soil is properly prepared the crop is over half cultivated and nothing can do the work like a Dunham Cultipacker. We have them 7 and 8 feet wide, double and single, both with tongue" or at less than today's factory cost. fore-carriag- e CLYGE Tills Fine Saddle and Harness Stallion will make the present season at my place on top of Hall's Gap, at $10.00 TO INSURE LIVING COLT CLYGE is a black with heavy mane and tail, 1G 2 hands hiph, fine stylo and action. Ho was sired by Toney, of Indiana, known as the William Martin horse, which was the Belgium stock. Dam, a Denmark, a very fine saddle mare, known as W. P. Smith, of Flat Rock. His colts have proven to bo jjood saddlers and extra fine Ask Your Neighbor About Them John Deere Stag Sulky and Two Way Plows In Stock We Can Make Delivery Any Time RIFFE BROS. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY farm horses. JOHN J. CARTER Waynesburg, Ky. R. F. D, No. I age Six 1 he Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, April 12, 1918 n Middle Aged Womeiv, Are Here Told the Best Remedy Freemont, 0. "I was passing1 through tho critical years of njjo nml had nil period of life, being forty-sitno Sympioms incident lu nun timuuu jiviiii jmoiivo, nervousness, and was In n general run down condition, ham's Vegetable Compound wns recommended to me ns my troublcs.whlch it surely proved tho best retnedj to le. I feci better nnd stronger In every way sinco (Ali. H mwl flin nnnntrlinr Rvmntotns havo (Ilsan pearcd." Mrs. M. Godden, 025 Napoleon St., Fremont, x 'V'--vi- '. j. r: - i for Their Troubles. . Ohio. hie Compound restored my health nfter cvcrythingclso had failed wlicu passing inrougn cnangooi inc. is nothing like It to overcome tho trying eymptor Mrt. ri.oiua.ci: lsui.,13ox 107, North Uaveu, Conn. ii.i N. C. of the declaration of war with We certainly do appreciate the fact that wo nrc still remembered at home. I believe those who nrc left at homo can do more toward winning tho war by letting tho soldiers know thnt they nro backed up by the people nt homo than In any other way. my regiment 13 rcauy to leave at a moment's notice, but it may be scvcrnl weeks before we got orcfers, because uncertainty is the only thing thnt is certain in time of war. I once thought that I enjoyed school, hut this life has n fascination that I have failed to find elsewhere. My one Idea Is to make good here. Letters are more highly appreciated than anything in camp life and this Is doubly true when they are from home. Sincerely, Harry V. Farmer, 2nd Lieut, 58th Inf., Camp Greene, Germany. hoy who is climbing toward the top and who has the respect nnd good will of all who know him: "Received your letter today, the nnniver-snr- y the following letter from HOME BACKING HELPS Miss Ellen Ballou is In receipt of Stanford LOOK! For Sale in Mississippi We have tome fine hlnck Prnirle Alfalfn Farina, come in Brown Loam Belt, and Dell Farm. Our Representative for thla sec-tlo- n hat had experience in farming these lands pertonally. 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 writo us or have an interview and let us know just what you want. We will be glad to serve you. Address la Stidh asi LYDIA E. PINKHAMS VEGETABLE COMPOUND &IS $3jj;CT7T-p"yt- ducted the singing at the meeting held here last year by Rev. Brooks, will sing in a concert nt the Richmond Christian church next Tuesday night. He will be assisted by Miss Mabel Wells at the piano. No admission fee will be charged, but a free will offering will be taken. The proceeds will go to the Red Cross Chapter. . Jw Mrs. Rebecca Crockett, aged 87, is SAM LEWIS AT RICHMOND Mrs. R. T. Bruce asks us to state that Mr. Samuel Lewis, who con- Interstate Realty PAUL FINCH, Manager 1108 Fayette Bank Bldg. -- Co. i m P. O. Box 486, Lexington, wy. .. - & lipv-"'- " sjff(teft ".'"" ClPd ffff A (Jfd$tt . SJfl MASS. I.YDJA E.P1NKHAM MEDICINC CO. LYNN. -rjvifm ir -- rrn" rtf rflfiVHf, Casey. Mrs. Eudora Lindsay South, aged GO, is dead in Frankfort. THE GREAT WAR HAS MADE. CIGARETTES A NECESSITY. "Our boys must have their smokes. This is a Send them cigarettes!" familiar appeal now to all of us. Among those most in demand is the now famous "toasted" cigarette LUCKY STRIKE. Thousands of this favorite brand have been shipped to France. There is something homelike and friendly to the boys in the sight of the familiar green packages with the red circle. This homelike, appetizing quality of the LUCKY STRIKE cigarette is largely due to the fact that the Burley tobacco used in making it has been toasted. "It's toasted" was the "slogan" that made a great success of LUCKY STRIKE in less than a year. Now the American Tobacco Co. is making 15 million LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes a day. A good part of this immense production is making its way across the dead in the Rheber section of Auto Service to Danvill Taylor Auto Livery Co., Danville BUICK CARS EXCLUSIVELY Careful and Experienced Drivers . The ilag of the United States knows only one path tho path of victory." With this utterance Count V. fllacchi di Cellcre, Italian Ambassador, brought routine; cheers at the "Over There" Exposition in Baltimore. Ambassador di Cellerc declared the peech of President Wilson was "in itself a victory over our An increase of 20 per cent, in the amount of tonnage shipped across the Atlantic for March is the achievement of the Ship Control Committee. It is now hoped that by enough tonnage can be enemies." Soldiers in training at Camp Zafh-ar- y Taylor in the hope of receiving commissions are facing a riffid phyMiss Belle II. Bennett, of Richsical examination, which they must mond, was president of pass successfully before they may the Woman's Missionary Council of become eligible for eleation from the M. E. church, South, at a session the ranks. V"1d in Knoxville. rushed to meet the gieat needs of the Government. Prof. T. A. Hendricks, superintendent of the Paris city schools, lias accepted the, presidency of Hamilton College, Lexington. Leave Danville Hotels 9:00 a. m. Leave Stanford 11:00 a. m. Leave Danville Hotels :30 p. m. Leave Stanford 4:00 p. m. Special and Careful Attention to Packages which are carried and delivered 1 at reasonable rates No. 271 SIR RAY No. 11852 i Leave Calls at Campbell House, No. 143, or Huffman's Meat Store The Itching and Sting ot Blazing, Fiery Eczema Seems Like SI blood, the on There is a harrassinjr discomfort caused by Eczema that almost becomes a torture. Tho itching is almost unbearable, and the skin seems on fire with the burning- irritation. A cure from local applications of salves and ointments is impossible, because such treatment can only allay tho pain temporarily. The disease can only be reached by going; deep down to its source. The source of Eczema is in tho - the in Is Fire. I disease beinp; caused by an infection which breaks out through tne SKm. lhat is why the most satisfactory treatment for all skin diseases is S. S. S., for this remedy so thoroughly cleanses the blood that no impurities can Temain. Get a bottle at any drugstore, and you will see results from the right treatment. Write for expert medical advice, which you can get without cost, by addressing Medical Director, 21 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga. ed to-d- ay Perchei'on of extreme style and finish. As a breeder he has shown that he is in a class by himself. His colts speak for him. Beautiful chestnut, 10 2 hand and weighs 1600 pounds. Will stand at $12.50 to Insure a Mare in Foal which is a low fee, considering the horse. Will stand at my stable on the Crab Orchard pike, three miles from Stanford. B. W. GAINES R. F. D. No. 1 Stanford, Ky. TALK OPTIMISM AND VICTORY This is the time for every American to show his patriotism to the full extent. Don't become pessimistic because the allied line has gone back for a few miles in order to save some The Allied officers outrank men. the entire horde of Hun leaders in intelligence and generalship and we must rely on their judgment and action. Refrain from open criticism of the management of the war and the present campaign. Your words may fall on the ear of some (we have a number of them right here in our midst) and it will give him great satisfaction to hear you complain. Talk optimism and victory! Get the idea of defeat out of your head. America was never defeated and never will be. pro-Germ- Rates: Stanford to Danville, $1.00 Taylor Auto Livery Co. Danville, Kentucky water to chprr our bov- - (it .fHl.!.)!"! - CHANDLER Motor Famous For Its Marvelous r SIX armer 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, Why Take Calomel? Dr. Thacher's Liver & Blood Syrup will do all that calomel will do and without the "after effects." Years ago, when people were bilious, when the liver got lazy and failed to do Its work or the stomach was out of condition, calomel was the standby. By and by the users of calomel found that the "after effects" of taking the drug were as bad and more often worse than the ailment for which it wa3 taken. Dr. Thacher, in seeking a medicine to take the place of calomel one that would do all the good that calomel would do, and yet leave none of its evil effects perfected Dr. Thacher's Liver & Blood Syrup. This was in 1852, and each year since has added to tho confidence of thobo who have used it. Miss Susie Brewer, of Chattanooga, Tenn., tried calomel. She was suffering with a very serious cold nnd grippe and had no appetite whatever. After the calomel failed she tried Dr. Thacher's Liver & Blood Syrup. She felt better after taking three doses and she soon got entirely well. "I think Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup is a wonderful medicine," she said, "and I am very thankful I tried it." For nearly thrcoquarters of a century this sterling preparation has been an in thousands of homes "old stand-by- " in treating rheumatism, dyspepsia. Indigestion uud other stomach and liver complaints. It is a powerful tonic and blood puriilcr and can bo used with tho utmost confidence. Writo Thacher Medicine Co., for a copy of "Thacher's Family Doctor," a book giving cause, symptoniB und treatment of 47 common diseases. Dr. Thacher's Llverand Blood Syrup for sale by dealers In medicines everywhere. THE PENNY DRUG STORE -- . . W. P. KINCAID ,..,., ...It.,. .-- ., . .,,, , . , , , , , .,,, Sale of Bank Stock and Lots Ai Executor of Cicero Reynolds, I will f . ; Right Car at Right Price; Chandler Leads at 2 p. m. Saturday, April 13, 1918 in front of the court home door in Stanford, Ky., offer for tale publicly, 10 Shares of Stock in Lincoln County National Bank; 10 Shares in Lincoln Trust Company; 2 Shares of First National Bank of Stanford; 96 4 Shares Life Insurance Co., of Louisville; a vacant lot on Water Works Street, adjoining Colored School Building, 62 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 adjoiningon south and east sides, and then as a Whole, and the bid accepted which realizes the greater sum. Inter-Souther- best price. And it has succeeded, year after year, in this aim. The Chandler for 1918 offers real motor car worth approached only by other cars selling for hundreds of dollars more. There is no inflation in Chandler price. And Chandler quality is maintained in every detail. Seven-Passeng- er THE Chandler Company has striven for five to give the public the best Six at the n Dispatch Car, S 1675; Five White Wire Wheels, SI 10 Extra Limousine, S2895 Convertible Coupe, S2195 Convertible Sedan, S2295 Four-Pass. SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES Touring Car, SI 595 Four-Passenger Roadster, SI 595 (Alt prices i, o. b. Cleveland) Gome Choose Your Chandler Now Terms announced on day of sale. D. H. PREWItT,Danville,Ky. CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, Or J. B. PAXT0N, Executor KiWWBiWM 1f"lf j'mi r vmnrvmrnmrn- .- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, April 12, 1918 I Page Sevd MIDDLEBURG KSiftNct Contents 15EluidDraohnj 6AST0RIA For Infants and Children. Ipul B,3)U.l tf :o.t LCOHOL-- a PER GENT, AofablcIYcpafAtiouforAs. - Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the M M y. Signature Therein; Promoiln$Di&slfon ChccrfulncssandBesttotaiB, neither Optom.Morphuicnor of gunerai. no iwur "i i . u mi j JhonpXMSMV l.i 5s! ffi JlnrhUtSJtl yUxSema f ganfitdSagsr 1 K c iRv Af In AhclpfulRcmedyfor and Fcvcrlshncss ami f M Use For Over LossofSieep' rcsdUnithercfronwill5an Toe Simile Stfnatorerf XnECENTAiniCOMPK'- ?MS NEWUKi Thirty Years CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CflTAUR COMPANY NIW YORK CITY that there is a strict observance of In compliance with the vagrancy the law. act passed by the recent session of the General Assembly, compelling A TEXAS WONDER d every man to work at The Texas Wonder cures kidney least 3G hours a week, members of and bladder troubles, dissolves gravthe police force will use every effort el, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, all irregularto apprehend all violators of this law, ities ofrheumatism, and bladder in the kidneys and and tosbring them to justice. Finan- both men and women. Regulate? cial condition of the man now has bladder troubles in children. If not no bearing on the question, since the sold by your druggist, will be sent by One bottle mail on receipt new law as passed compels every is two months' of S1.00. treatment, and selJUDGE FOR YOURSELF man to work 3G hours a week, dom fails to perfect a cure. Send for sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, whether he has 10 cents or $10,000. Which Is Better Try An ExperiThe old argument of "I've got mon- 2926 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. ment or Profit by Stanford ey, I don't have to work," doesn't Citizen's Experience. go any more, and the police will see Buy a Liberty Bond today! Something new is an experiment. .. Must be proved to be as representable-bodie- EVERYBODY MUST WORK The people at Yoscmitc got n move on themselves last Friday and Saturday, and put the road lending from town to Green River church in fine order. Hail stones the aie of small hen eggs fell here Wednesday morning of last week. The storm was followed by n 'heavy rain, which put the river out of its bnnks in an incredible short time. People overdid the thing in raising potatoes last year nnd the probability is there will be but n small crop planted this year. Thoy nre selling nt GO cents here, and there is but little demand for them nt that price. There is a fine prospect for fruit in thf3 section. Apple trees arc in full bloom, nnd all other fruit, except peaches, promise an abundant yield. Dr. Robert Jasper sold the property he bought of D. E. Wesley a couple of weeks ago to II. G. Lutes. Dr. Jasper will build a bungalow on the lot he bought of Mrs. Mary Adams on Cemetery street. C. C. Compton.hns moved into his beautiful new home on the McAn-inc- h estate, just on the outskirts of town, and is now a regular attendant nt Sunday school. W. W. Lanham, who has a gasoline grist mill nt his place on the Liberty pike, seems to be doing quite a profitable business. We were there Saturday and he told us he was furnishing McKinncy Milling Co., with corn meal for its trade, besides doing a fine custom business. Prof. R. G. Huey is testing seed corn for farmers here and several cribs have tested out 100 per cent. This is much better than wns expected, and it is hoped that the sit uation is not so bad as was feared. Rev. C. D. Chick has resigned the pastorate of the Baptist church, to take effect on the 4th Sunday in June. We were told a few days ago that our jail at Liberty was empty of prisoners and that Mose Ovcrstrcet. the newly elected jailer, was practically out of a job. This is hard on Mose, but it would be better if we could dispense with the jail COME ON BOYS! Yfp! Yip! Are we going to trim the Germans? Well, I guess with nil of Uncle Sam's boys rcarin' to go, it's an ensy job. But YOU have to help! The Third Liberty Loan is more important than the first nnd second. The Government needs your finnncial You must do your "bit" by subscribing to more bonds than j, our income will allow. Victory demands sacrifice. To win without paying would make n laughing stock of the law of average. Asidi' from the investment you nre assisting to promote world cknoc racy. Think of it! To make the world vfc from unjust ruhng. Government bonds nre the last word in securities. Your property and other investments will be worthless if we don't win this war. But there's no such word as "don't" in the American atriotic dictionary. Remember we are nil Americans! Let's get together! Buy more than your share of Liberty Bonds. The game of life resembles the famous childhood game of "Follow the Leader." When you do your patriotic duty, your neighbor will follow, and When our boys so down the line. come marching home with Old Glory waving proudly in the wind, you will be thrilled with the thought that you have done your "bit." Let us all be stockholders in the Bank of Humnnity. Come on! KiPflJfljBSWjl ifc V r -- ReIPS I ul fr 4l appetite, digestion. I I 1 "Give it to me. Please. Grand. Ij daddy.", Reserve strength for motherhood is of two-fol- d importance and thoughtful women before and after maternity take Young Mothers lime and soda with medicinal glycerine, all important ingredients for strengthening the nervous system and furnishing abundant nourishment. It is free from alcohol. Insist on the genuine. The Norn csrian cod liver oil in Scott' Emulsion is now refined in our own American laboratories which makes it pure and palatable. M Scott &Bowne.BloomfieId. N.J. 17-- It supplies pure cod liver oil for rich blood and contains J IBISIG ijgf OTT V I I I I I "Why Bobby, if you wait a bit for it you'll have it to enioy longer!" "Poo-poo- I I I g 1 no argument with WRIGLEX5 lasts,, anyway 'cause the flavor WSml WmZM "wJ ffitefwecv ! A Ag WSSAi freCSmi I That's ..........I 43 Cents THIS WEEK FOR BUTTER FAT, APRIL 8 to Tri-Stat- m m ....... ..... 14 ed. The e Butter Company Has Helped the Farm Woman TRI-STAT- E Read the message one of our patrons gave us permission to print: Gentlemen: There has never been anything gotten up that has helped he FARM WOMAN like THE BUTTER CO. We used to churn and sell our butter, but with your help, we do not have to do that now. I can't help but sing praise for you. We have no store bill to pay We always have a little money. now. I have sent you several shippers and have never heard anyone say but what they were well satisfied. We will have six cows soon. We are raising a bunch of pigs on the separator milk and also have four calves. Long may your Company Stand! BEATRICE WELLER TRY SELLING YOUR CREAM TO The Tri-Stat- e CINCINNATI, OHIO Butter Co. United States Food Administration License, No. Which Is More Urgent? FIRE INSURANCE You fully realize it. You would not allow your house to remain uninsured over LIFE INSURANCE Important? Oh yes, you intend to insure after awhile when "a little better able to do so." You will surely die. All men do. You are moro likely to die within a week or a year, than your house is to burn. Important? The statement of a manufacturer not convincing proof of merit. But the endorsement of friends is. Now supposing you had a bad v back, A lame, weak pr aching one, Would you experiment on it? You will read of many cures. Endorsed by strangers from faraway places. It's different when the endorsement comes from home. Easy to prove local testimony. Read this Stanford case: R. G. Jones, Whitley Ave., says: "I had attacks of kidney complaint and the kidney secretions were irregular, at times acting too freely, then again scanty in passage and contained sediment. My back was sore and lame and I could hardly bend over or move my back in any way on account of sharp catches across my kidneys. Black spots floated before my eyes and I had dizzy spells and headaches. I read of Doan's Kidney Pills and bought some at The Penny Drug Store. They strengthened my back and put my kidneys in good order." Price GOc, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Jones had. Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo. N. Y. is Foster-Milbur- n Buy a Liberty Bond today! Six persons were killed and four1 others seriously injured when a fast Wabash train struck an automobile in which they were riding at Fort Wayne, ind. I fi MWIll SM I m8a!o g Q Dinwiddle Undertaker and Funeral Director Public Auction SUBURBAN PROPERTY i$' I Tuesday, April 16th At 10 o'clock A. M. (New Time) I will sell to the highest bidder the beautiful suburban home and 14 acres of land of F. I. Jones, located just one mile from Danville, fronting on two pikes, the Danville and Lancaster pike, and Danville and Stanford pike. The property will be subdivided and sold in separate lots and tracts, giving opportunity to those wanting building lots, those wanting smaller acreage with the residence and to the purchaser who may want it all. The improvements consist of modern bungalow of six rooms, new barn, chicken houses, other outbuildings, splendid orchard. A well 90 feet deep is on the property, which will provide sufficient water for a splendid water works system for the entire property. Danville is one of the BEST towns in Central Kentucky (those living there say THE BEST) ; its citizens " progressive, hospitable; its male and female schools and colleges moral, and have made its reputation as an educational center unexcelled. Numerous facts can be presented as to the desirability of this property, but want of space forbids. COME TO THE SALE AND BE CON"wide-awake,- m m m m s night. do. Your house may never burn. Comparatively few buildings ever If your house does burn, your property is destroyed, but you can still provido for your loved ones. Your income remains unaffected, your earning capacity unimpaired. Death destroys at once and irrevocably, in whole or in part, the incomo that provided for the daily wants of those you love, the income that was counted on to feed and clothe and educate your children. The sedition bill providing severe penalties for disloyal utterances or those obstructing tho army draft and Liberty Loan was passed by the Sen ate without a record vote. Tho measure now goes to conference. AFTER SICKNESS THEY GAVE 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 homo insured these thirty years, and has had no fire. Ho has been fortunate in that, though he has nothing now to show for tho money paid out. Your Wifeand Babies Carry the Risk Your friend has had his life insured these 30 years, and is now an old man. He is fortunate in having lived, and he has something now to show for tho money paid out. His cash value affords a comfortable support for his own declining years. HER VINOl And She Soon Got Back Her Strength New Castle, Ind. "The measles left me run down, no appetite, could not rest at night, and I took a severe cold which settled on my lungs, so I was unable to keep about my housework. My doctor advised me to take Vinol, and six bottles restored my health so I do all my housework, including washing. Vinol is the best medicine I ever used." Alice Record, 437 So. nth St., New Castle, Ind. We guarantee this wonderful cod liver and iron tonic, Vinol, for all weak, nervous conditions. Hie Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. run-down, VINCED. WHICH IS MORE URGENT? SEE ME TODAY! At least three classes of bidders should be at this sale: Those wanting a home or building lots, the speculator in land (as land values are increasing around Danville) , and the progressive business men of Danville who desire to assist in "boosting" and building up their City. Presents, and gold and silver and paper money given away at the sale. For further particulars, see Mr. Jones at the residence, or R. M. Newalnd Headquarters for All Kinds of Insurance SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man of Lancaster j Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, April 12, 1918 BIG Auction Land Sale .of the. ... Magnificent Blue Grass Farm of H. C. Baughman We Will Sell at Public Auction on the Premises on m 6sdsiy9 AT 10:30 O'CLOCK- street. It is only one-fourt- 17,1918 35 55-10- m m 9 h mile to courthouse and has the advantage of city water and lights and no city tax to pay. No better land Kentucky. Every foot of it is good. This farm is a GEM and it is seldom in a life time that you will have such an opportunin ity to get what you want this close to town, school, churches, railroad, etc. Mr. Baughman, on account of being Sheriff of Lincoln County for the next four years and having the duties of this office to look after as well as other heavy business interests, has decided to let this place go. And it is going to sell, rain or shine, for the high dollar. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION! You are to have the advantage of all plowing, etc., that he has already done relative to the present crops for year 1918. THE SALE WILL LAST BUT ONE HOUR. BE ON HAND PROMPTLY AT 10:30 A. M. This farm has been cut into eight tracts as follows: The splendid hemp and tobacco farm of H. C. Baughman situated at the edge of the city limits of Stanford, Kentucky, on Somerset acres. All this tract in grass and well watered. h 0 of this tract in grass and balance in cultivation. acres. About Watered by spring and pond. All these tracts lay well and first class tobacco and hemp land. Ideally located. Look them over before the sale. You will have to see this land to appreciate what it really is. 16-10- splendid spring. Tract No. 7 22 Tract No. 8 54 0 acres. Tract No. 0 acres. Tract No. Tract No. Acres. All three of these tracts face Somerset street and all three are in blue grass sod. All lay well and have beautiful building sites. City water. Ideal locattion for suburban homes with small acreage. acres. This tract all in blue grass sod and a magnificent building site. Tract No. 4 30 0 It has three barns and large crib and a part of orchard. Extra large cistern and a splendid spring with concrete trough, etc. acres. About one half of this tract in blue grass sod and the balance in Tract No. 5 26 hemp. No prettier building site anywhere. Watered by pond, etc. Tract No. 6 45 0 acres. About one half this tract in blue grass sod and balance in hemp. This tract has three-rootenant house. Splendid location for house. Watered by pond and a 35-103-1- 00 14 25 48-10- 1-1- 00 59-10m ' t 0 00-10- one-fourt- 'rs IT IS AS RICH AS CREAM. Just ready for you to make money on. Did you know that every acre that you put in tobacco would pay for itself in one crop and you would then have money left besides? This farm has over a mile pike frontage and all the foregoing tracts has a pike frontage except two, and these two tracts on good dirt road and very close to pike. BUY A FARM while all FARM PRODUCTS ARE SELLING AT UNHEARD OF PRICES. Land is bound to go higher. Mr. Farmer, did you know that you have not only this country, but nearly all of Europe and practically a large part of other parts of the world to feed for years. On land like this you can afford to go in debt for every foot you buy and soon pay for it and make big money. You can have as much as five years on deferred payments if you want it. WATCH FARM LANDS INCREASE IN VALUE. This is the golden opportunity of your life to make money. This is the safest investment in the world, and pays larger dividend than anything else. Get in on the ground floor before it is everlastingly too late. REMEMBER THE DATE AND THE HOUR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17th, 1918, 10:30 A. M. EASY TERMS The poor man will have the same chance as the rich. BOLIVER BOND Kentucky's Greatest Auctioneer on the Block. It will be well worth your time to hear this man even if you don't bid or buy. Free Prizes, Music and Dinner on Grounds For Blue Prints and Full Particulars, Call at Office of m a s' Hughes & McCarty, Stanford, Ky. Office Phone 180 Home Phone 152 & 184 ? ,