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No. 32 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky Friday, April 19, 1918 wide-aVwaMc-Alist- er m , is ; well-know- Tuesdays and Fridays LINCOLN COUNTY HONOR ROLL CRAB ORCHARD DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER BAUGriMAfJ'S BIG LAND SALE MOST CRITICAL HOUR OF WAR Following is a list of those who L. F. Payne, for 25 years a dry Isaac F. Marcosson, the John Stephenson, Jr., took a enr n Tho sfy4.ofthe H. C. Baughman war correspondent, who is thru to West Virginia, for some par- have bought Liberty Loan Bonds. goods merchant at Midway, is dead. farm Wednesday brought a big Does your name appear? If not, let back from the front, spoke in LouisA newly-bor- n baby boy was left crowd to 'town and tho sale was a ties this past week. ville last night and among other on the front porch of the Southern satisfactory rone In every sense. Mr. Montez Fish,' of Louisville, it do so. things, said: "There has not been visited his father and grandmother R. E. Gaines $200; Howard J. Kentucky Sanitorium at Frankfort. Messrs. Hughes & McCarty, Stannn hour since the first two months Dr. Bruncr says ho is going to re- ford's from Friday to Sunday. Brazelton, Jr., $50; Mrs. Hugh Rcid real estate men, of the war when tho situation was Mrs. John Stephenson, of Cedar $1,000; J. B. Paxton $1,000; Rev. main in the race for the republican conducted the sale and their work as critical as it is at this moment. Creek, fell a short time since badly P. L. Bruce $50; Miss Ellen Ballou nomination for U. S. Senator, and is being- highly complimented by There never has been an hour when spraining her left limb below the $100; J. M. Cover $500; J. H. it is certain that Judge B. J. Bethu-ru- both Mr. BRUghman and those who tho American people should realize will run. knee, and has suffered very much $200: T. A. Rice $1,000: Mrs. attended th sale. Boliver Bond, quite so acutely their responsibility A sensation was created In Mason the great Versailles auctioneer, was from it. T. A. Rice $500; W. C. Pcttua $500;. Pf, 1 Mrr, in the war as now. While the great Mrs. Saliio Rinehart and son, Wil- Kowan and George Sauuey $50; J. county when It became known that on the bloclcand he made it interoffensive being waged by the Gerliam, of Louisville, have been with M. Rankin $500; C. E. Tate $1,000; Mrs. Frank Ellis had sued the parentu esting alike.Jfor bidder and spectamans on the western front may be Mrs. M. E. Fish and other relatives Isaac Shelby $500; James II. Woods of her husband for $15,000 for tor. The ladies of tho Hustonville their last great military onslaught, here. She returned to her home $500; K. S. Alcorn $300; Miss Oma nlicnation of affections. Red Cross Chanter furnished n snlnn- there is no assurance that it is their Negro ministers from all over the did dinned and made a snug sum out Monday accompanied by her moth- Simpson $350; J. Frank Smith $50; final effort. As a matter of fact I er, who will probably spend a month E. D. Kennedy $50; W. S. Embry Bluegrass met in district conference of it. It served and believe that the Germans were never with her. at Lexington and declared support there were good things in abundance $50; Rev. A. L. Caulder $50; quite so strong certainly not since Mrs. Kate Egbert, had quite a seGooch $500; Miss Sallie Mills for the country against Germany for all. The land was first offered Belgium was overrun as at the rious accident n few days since. Her Craig $100; Miss Sotic Alcorn $100; and urged that all negroes help with in parcel fand then as a whole. present time. The fact that Gerfoot caught under the edge of a rug Geo. F. DeBorde $100; G. W. Owens money and influence. Tract No. 1 containing four acres many could launch so great an ofthrowing her on a stove. Her face $200; W. H. Wearen $500; L. C. Ten German trawlers have been and a fraction, .was knocked down to fensive on the Italian front last auwas badly burned in two places. For- King $50; T. C. Rankin $500; J. N. sunk by gunfire in the Cattegat be- F. J. Conn at $2G0 per acre; tract tumn, conquer Russia and now let tunately the stove was not real hot Menefce $500; Mrs. J. Frank Smith tween Sweden and Denmark, the No. 2, haviagjn it a little over five loose the furies against the British or it would have proven quite seri- $50; F. F. Fitzpatrick $500; T. D. announced. Their crews acres, to W. P, Kincaid at $255 per army are all ample evidence of the ous. Newland $100; H. B. Davis $100; C. were saved by British ships. There acre, and tracNo. 8. containing five fact that the Kaiser is not beaten Mrs. Claudia Holman was culled R. Coleman $4,000; H. R. Saufley were no British casualties. and a half,ac.res to John S. Murphy and far from beaten." Maj. John M. Birkner, held in the at $300 per acre. These were then to Paris last week by the serious ill $1,000: J. B. Foster $1,000: J. C. ness of Charlie Holman's little boy, Pepplcs $50; J. F. Dudderar $500; State penitentiary of New Mexico offered asBwhole and knocked off At every point from the region of who was suffering from appendicitis P. L. Beck $100; H. L. Perkins $50; on a charge of violating the espion- to EugenC'Iiutchison at $340 per La Bassee to the north of Ypres, the and pneumonia. The little fellow R. C. Dudderar $100; C. Hays Fos- age act, was given a coat of tar and acre. Tract" No. 4. 30 0 acres, allied line, Tiad nine convulsions. by French He is better ter $100; W, W. Saunders S100; E. feathers by 400 convicts. The army was sold to.'Jy M, Reynolds, of Waytroops, is holding firm against furat this writing, but Mrs. Holman has L. Gadberry $100; J. W. Williams officer was rescued by an official of nesburg, at$298 per acre; tract No. ther onslaughts of the Germans. not returned. MISS CAROL WHEELDON 5, 26 acres"and a fraction to Otis $500; J. S. Hocker $2,000; Mrs. J. the prison. Mr. and Mrs. Birney Fish and lit- C. Eubanks $500; R. B. Woods $500; Scores of soldiers and civilian Florence a?228; tract No. 6, 4G Miss Carol Wheeldon. is the pretty Everywhere the German troops have 0 tle daughter. Martha, of Harrods- - J. M. Pettus $1,000; R. C. Hocker workmen at Camp Shelby, Hatties-buracre, to G. B. Swinebroad, and popular daughter of Cashier M. struck the lino in an endeavor to nurg, were with Mrs. Fish a few $1,000"; S. T. Harris $1,000; J. T. Miss., were injured when a tor- of Lancaster, nt $135.25; tract No. t. wheeklon of the Waynesburg De- press back the defenders they have days, also Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Dudderar $100; Wm. Moser $200; nado swept through the army quar- 7, 22 to J. II. Wright posit Bank. She is also the very ef- been repulsed with heavy losses. Robert Bumside and daughter, of W. H.'JJndenvood $500; P. L. Bruce ters. Some of the hurt were serious- at $140.50i?ier acre; tract No. 8, ficient assistant to her father, who Midway between Bailleul and Ypres Lancaster, and Mr. and Mrs. Dexter $100 ;'E. C. Walton $500; Mrs. Wm. ly injured. A number of small 54 acres, toVC. E. Tate at $81 per occasionally goes away for a day or the Germans vigorously attacked tho Ballou and children, of Stanford, Severance $100; Haven McBeath buildings were razed. acre. Theyhole place was then of- so and leaves her to take care of the British positions south of Kemmel. spent Sunday with her. The Kentucky delegation to the fered and wps sold to G. B. Swine- bank, and she always does it nicely. which the British had recaptured $100; Mrs. Haven McBeath $100; Mr. Milton Condor is quite .sick Sidney Lay McBeath $50; Sidney annual convention of the Daughters broad, of 'fiijncaster, at $189 per The picture hardly does Miss Wheel- from them Wednesday, but were unat his home on lower Mam. Mr Dunbar $1,000; Mrs. Mary R. Pax-to- n of the American Revolution present- acre. Therefare about 193 acres in don justice, as it was made from a able to gain any advantage in the facc of the strong defense. Pete Tilfrey is very low. Charlie $2,000; Miss Jean Paxton $50; ed Mrs. Eli G. Boone, State regent, the tract tft, is hoped that Mr. card photograph, which only Director General McAdoo ordered Hiatt is also very sick, near town. Miss Margaret Shanks $100; R. N. with a loving cup. Mrs. S. J. Shack- Swincbroad.yought the place to live fair representation of was accom- a the that the Erie Canal be taken over Mr. Proctor is able to sit up a little. Sampson $200; Bright's Inn Stock elford, who succeeds Mrs. Boone, on and thajStanford may soon have plished young lady. by the railroad administration nnd Col. Guest is in a most feeble condi- Farm $500; E. J. Tanner $500: F. made the presentation speech. him and hia, pxcellent family as citA new record has been set for izens. Mr. Baughman's palatial home CONSIDERABLE WHISKY HERE that a fleet of barges be constructed tion at the Springs, and Mr. Harve M. Ware $300; H. G. Skiles $500; immediately and operated under the Collier is some better. Mrs. Russell J. W. Hoskins S500; Miss Dora turning out merchant ships. The was not offered, he keeping that and There is in town, in the hands of direction of G. A. Tomlinson. of freighter Ossineke has some 15 'bcrat of land around it. Dillion and Mrs. Street remain about Weidley $500: Miss Minnie Ruth 8,800-to- n Minn., to relieve freight traffas they have been for some days, Weidley $50; D. O. Lewis $50; M. been delivered 109 days from the The sale wia, one of the biggest and the various officers, some 15 or 20 This is best thatha'j been made here in gallons of whisky taken from those ic. Mr. Charles Garner, of Cedar D. Elmore $100; William Henry time its keel was laid. days ahead of the date years nndiHvghes '& McCarty have charged with bootlegging and having Creek, has just received a letter Baughman $50; C. C. Govcr $500; eighty-on- e more of it on hand than the law alSPEAK SUNDAY AFTERNOON be proud of it. from his son, Raymond G. Garner, C. E. Beck $100; Ewalt Givens $200; set in the contract and months ahead much reasoh'-tlows a certain class of people to Attorney J. Richard Bush, of Lexschedule. lii "Somewhere in France," dated Mar. J. T. Pleasants $200; G. A. Pleas- of have. The courts have decided that ington, chairman of the speaker's Hart-we- ll The Fuel Administration issued 9, 1918. He writes: "I am at the ants $200; Miss Sue Rout $50; $100 FINj&j 50 DAYS IN JAIL some of this booze is confiscatc'l bureau for this district for the sale Shanks $50; E. V. Spoonamore orders curtailing the manufacture of front now, and there are sure some Pedro GrfejV, of Kings Mount-tinproperty and it will very likely be of Liberty Loan Bonds, will send or exciting times around here. See an S50; Lee Hill $50; J. W. Acev $150; ten principal clay products as a fur- wVin wns "if Sntnrrlnv airplane battle most every day. Am Howard Newland $50; Wm. Franklin ther restriction of the country's less while rewjrvng from Lexington poured out. This paper stands for bring two speakers here Sunday afthe carrying out of the instructions ternoon who should and likely will j? not working hard, just taking care $100; Harry Hill $50: Mrs. J. B. essential industries. Simultaneously ...i.t-- j.i... wiusity, mill 1115 wim iiut;tij.vi'K ui ...i.: and editors are as be given by of the horses. The gun crew is out Owsley $500; Mrs. R. M. Blacknrby the manufacturing program of this trial before jury in City Judge R. of the courts dryestitsportion of the people. hearingare hundreds of our dry They Capt. Cameron now and they arc sure letting them S100: R. M. Blackerby $200; Mrs. industry was placed on the basis of L. Dnvison'svt Mtrfc Wednesday after great as the desert, Sahara but have it. You need not be uneasy Fannie Embry $100; J. H. Wright war industry. The statement of the noon and wa fined $100 and given the destroying of whisky it consid"r nnd Lieut. McPherson, Canadians, as an inju- who have seen service at the front. about me; am not the least scared S500; Miss Amanda Goggin $500; Fuel Administrator declared clay fifty days'1, ifj.til. The cnarge was dicious act just at this time. Alcohol The former has been twice decoraabout getting killed. We are hav- - Miss Anne Dunn $500: R. J. McAl-ist- products and other building materi- having more- whisky than the law is an essential in both the medicinal ted by the King of England for $500; James Matheny $50: L. als a greater tax on transportation allow3 a .pcr,ti. ,Hc appealed the ing some nice weather. We had a and mechanical world, we are R. Hushes S50; T. D. Newland & and fuel than any other industry. good time coming over in horse-cacase and gri bqndfor his appear and if we are bound to have it, told. bravery and Lieut. McPherson's recwhy war is a most enviable one. $100; ' Came through Paris; think I will Son $200; Mrs. E. A. BlainNunncl-le- v ance at thif "Majrijiterm of circuit wantonly destroy that from which ord in are, distinguished RED CROSS MAKING MONEY gentlemen jret to come home before long." W. H. Shanks $1,000; A. T. court. Th8v akyras .brought into alcohol.canj.be .extracted. andKwtuh; , They ...,,,... $500: W. -vw m. oung Garner., gave , his. services' vri'(- hnvin;? v2 .for. courf ei'elkJf-'!- ; " ?"''vM ' ?rbt ..I. !, no logger lihjr-ttr'I- f" hj the members of the Hustonville Red placed on V&p judge's desk and the waste makes woeful want, is a say-inhouse and will begin promptly at J. C. Eubanks (Jross Uhapter. .first place they rest in boxes. The booze will bo TjLvUTiTCered, and has been "over thei e" R. L. Conier-$50' f. true. There is no 2:30 the afternoon. $1,000: H. t since November. xyiY. ie is not L. & Logan C. Baughman $ouu; k. came down and spread a splendid held until after the trial in the high time as old as it isshould be tolerated, them in rousing welcome. Let's give when waste a Hubble $1,000; W. L. dinner at the Baughman sale and er court. There were probably SO ihnoro than 17 years of age. certainly there fZr! .... j, ru.i fr Cnnlnt. i'lio. 1T T? TPioVi nft1 McCarty $2,000; R. Y. Ballard $500; made a snug sum. During the day witnesses, most of them testifying and such great not now. when even'' NO MATINEE FOR THE WHIP vn KJU11UU.V is demand for Iji, ebrated the 79th anniversary of her J. A. Hays $400; Mrs. Reuben Curtis a small box of candy was sold to the a3 to the character of the defendant thing. Don't keep the whisky to be Owing to the scarcity of coal, uirth by inviting her children, grand- $400; X. G. Gooch $1,000; Mrs. T. highest bidder and was knocked off and while there was some damaging may preserve children and most intimate friends C. Morsran $100; Mrs. Martha Havs to Bolivar Bond, who gave it back testimony adduced many declared drunk, but to some it that it good Manager Owens, of the opera house, use that be was unable to get lights for Monday to partake of a dinner at the St. Ivan $250; T. a. Keynoids siuu; m. a. to the Red Cross ladies. It was again Green's reputation was good and may applied come it. Whisky almost so Hotel, which was an occasion never Wheeldon $100: Miss Carol Wheel-do- n put up and Hughes & McCarty paid had never heard of his being ac- a necessity fromcertain cases isof sick- afternoon to show "The Whip." 1m in tho Croat eioTit-rnnirtnrn will $50; Mrs. W. R. Sintrleton $50; a similar amount and gave it back. cused of selling whisky except the to be forgotten by those present. ness. Why not turn those 15 or 20 shown only on Monday night. There and J. M. Reynolds $300; E. W. Coakley Sam M. Owens next paid $3 for it one time some 17 years ago when gallons "Mrs. Fish, looking younger government that to Tiandsomer than many of her chil- $300; Mrs. Nettie Gooch $300; Clay and presented it to the Chapter. Col. he was convicted in Federal court. it may oversent the the government wm tie two shows one at 7 and the to other at 9 o'clock. This is probably joyous Williams $50; Clarence Williams G. B. Swinebroad was the next suc- The trial lasted all of the afternoon hospitals be dren, was never in a more good tho crpfitosfc nirtiirn thnf. Vina linnn over country? Bank mood. The dining room wns deco- $50; Waynesburg Deposit Mrs. A. cessful bidder and he got it at $5. and the court room was crowded can come out the such an If evil as shown at the opera housejiere since Florence $50; rated for the occasion in pink and $3,500; J. F.$50; Mrs. Efiie Jenkins He also gave it back and when put with interested spectators. Speeches whisky is, for of heaven's sake let's "ine urisis. ine whin" was up again Mrs. W. L. Neal paid $5 were made by Attorney W. S. Burch get it. white carnations and ferni, while B. Morgan shown at the Alamo in Cincinnati $200; Miss Covases everywhere were filled with $50: H. H. Singleton L. G. Reynolds for it. She gave it back and R. M. who defended Green, and County for two solid ra Singleton $100; "her favorite flowers. Above the Houchin, of Elixir Springs, paid Attorney T. J. Hill, Jr., who, with DONATIONS FOR DINNER ASKED houses all tho weeks and to crowdedn time. Acton It must, ho was draped the American fag, $250; Misses Myra and Zona W. R. $2.50 for it and presented it to the Mr. P. M. McRoberts conducted the tie good one to draw that way. The committee, composed of $100; M. ladies of the chapter, who put it up prosecution. lending a touch of patriotism to the Singleton C. Thompson $50; W. G. Withers, S. J. Embry, for Waynesburg Cemetery and it was later knocked off to W. scene. The tables were loaded with J. J. Ellis $100; Jr., W. M. Bright and Bettie Mur "THE WHIP" MONDAY NIGHT everything to tempt the appetite and Co., $50: T. Ory ThompsonMrs. T. H. P. Kincaid for $2.50. Then J. E. GOOD SALE SWINEBROAD'S picIn "The Whip," the eight-ree- l $50; Wright bought it for $2.50: John B. was served in the finest style. The Ellis $100; Col. G. B. Swinebroad, of Lancas- phy ask that all who will donate ediL. Dumas $100; F. N. Eubanks Dinwiddie for $2.50, S. M. Owens ter, was in town Wednesday, hav- bles for the court dav dinner to be ture that will be shown at the opera dinner was cooked by Myra' Buchano'clock and N. Eubanks Mrs. ladies an and Julia Owsley, of color, each $100:Barron F. $250; M. M.$100; Cy- for $1; John Murphy for $2.50; IT. ing come over to look after some served by the notify of the Red Cross house Monday night at 7 the terrific Perkins C. Baughman for $5; G. W. Owens business affairs as well as to attend on May 12th, them at the ear again at 9, will be seen. of whom has no superior and tew rus smash-uof a possible. J. eouals in cookery, and both belong- $100: Mrs.$500 B. Willis $2,000; H. for $1; J. N. Cash for $1; Ed Pey- the sale Hughes & McCarty made liest hourhens, hams, Such things as train speeding fast Saratoga express 75 miles per hour, eggs, butter, more; E. O. Gooch ton for $1: A. R. Spears for $1, and for H. C. BauKhman. Iressed ed to Mrs. Fish's father, Thos. Hum-Tie- G. Skiles Col. Swine crashing etc., are $100: F. There were about sixty guests S500; J. H. Perkins Jr., $100; G. Hurt then Col. John B. Dinwiddie bought broad had on Tuesday before made home baked itbread, pickles, they will and path. The into a box car left in its Levi S. entire train is hurled present, and while space will not S500; F. G. Hurt, for $5. He returned the candy an excellent sale near Danville. He desired and is hoped that down a steeo embankment and near$500; Lloyd it complete list, we will men- Elder $500; J. S. PettusB. Hamilton to the Red Cross ladies who sold it disposed of the F. I. Jones place, one be furnished in abundance. nermit a ly 500 people In it W. tion the members of the family Hamilton $150: Collier $100: Jun- at an entertainment at Hustonville mile from Danville, to H. B. Peel, of LINCOLN'S WEALTH $10,045,709 is the grentcst are killed. shown also race ever on J. night and realized $01.50. Dur-in- Boyle. There are 14 acres in the present and most intimate friends. $150: Mrs. C. M. Rigsbv that the dav the ladies made close to O., $50; ior Order, Lincoln county's wealth has gone canvas, when "The Whip" surprises tract and on it is a comfortable The children who were there" were $500; J. H. Thompson J. T. J. S. the great $500: bungalow and other improve far past the ten million dollar mark, the bookmakers and wins picture is $150 for their good cause. This is Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rinehart and son, Saratoga Handicap. The Reid "William, of Louisville, and Montez Duke $100; F.Xucile $1,000; Jas. P. what we call real patriotism, and ments. Mr. Peel paid $8,032.50. or the total assessable property amount- - full of thrilling incidents and is one $50: Tribble $50 f Tish: Mr. Ivon Fish and familv; Bir- Jack Dinwiddle $50; V. BackMcCr.il we heartily congratulate the ladies a fraction over $010 per acre. This ng for last year to 510,045,709-be- well worth seeing. Don't miss it. Logan s on it. is a record price for land in that over $2,000,000 more than ever ney Fish and family; Mrs. Will W. U. S100: county. On Wednesday next, 24th, fore. This soenks well for Assessor and familv; Mrs. Caltha Newland Gooch William Beck $1,000; Hocker, TO SELL BAUGHMAN FARM for wife $100: J. S. BEWARE OF CLOGGED Col. Swinebroad will sell at public E. D. Kennedy's work. The amount family: Mrs. Dexter Ballou and and Col. G. B. Swinebroad, Miss Mary D. Hocker $50; e farm, of property reported listed by Asses- ter, who bought the H. C. of LancasThe other chil- Jr.. $50; of Pvthias $500; Miss Belle auction his splendid family, of Stanford. LIVER THIS WEATHER Hedgeville, ad sor Kennedy and the raise made by farm Wednesday, phoned Baughman present. Of the Knights dren could not bo Denny $50; W. M. Bright, Jr.. Beware of a clogged up liver this between Hubble and the I. J. intimate friends invited wore Mrs. Miss Margerie Bright $50; T. K. $50; time of year. You should take plen- vertisement of which appears this is the supervisors was $935,992. Of the to state that if the place is not sold Tutotal amount of taxes $543,331 is privately Perry King, Mrs. J. B. Willis. Mrs dor $50; Mrs. Jacl Redd. Cooper ty of Vin Hepatica for keeping your sue. Keau it. before, he will about May exempted. Robert Burnside and family, of Lan $150; D. B. Morris $500: Jesse Fox liver, kidneys and bowels free of the 1st cut the farm into baby farms DELIVERED FINE SPEECH caster, Mrs. Kate Egbert, Mrs. Mol-li- e $100; W. P. Martin $500; Mrs. poisonous substances that oile up in building lots and sell them at Tho speech by Hon. C. C. Bagby, SELLING LOTS CHEWING GUM and Burgin, Mrs. Traylor. Mrs. Bottio Alice Givens McAfee $100; several your system so fast in the winter was bought as auction. The Mr. S. E. Hubble, who travels for an investment farm Col. Swinebroad Buchanan. Mrs. Lulu Collier. Misses persons have taken bonds who have months as tho result of your eating of Danville, at the unfurling of the and Bird Perkins, Ethel Gejszl, Mayme requested that their names be with- so much heavy food and not getting service flag at the Christian church Curry, Tunis & Norwood, Lexing- has already placed it on the market. a ton has Holman, Mary Gray, and Messrs. held and these aggregate $3,100. enough exercise to keep your liver at Moreland Sunday mornintr was by sold grocers, tells the I. J. that he$600 gem and greatly enjoyed to the lGth nearly June Traylor, Raymond Skiles, and and other organs of elimination ac- the large it was that heard it. There worth up Wrigley chewine gum since AT HUSTONVILLE SATURDAY crowd of Rev. Wright of the Christian church, large crowd will very likely hear NOW IS THE TIME tive as they should be. flag, rep- April 1st. Ho says tho Wrigley gum theA Liberty Bond speeches are ten stars whose prayer of thanksgiving over at Huspoisons lower your vitality. resenting the on the service of These Next time I will buy liberty Bonds, touchten young men that 's the best seller on the market. The the meal was beautiful and Saturday afterFor the money I hold back today They make you the more susceptible congregation who are serving their Interior Journal covers Mr. Hubble's tonville tomorrow, Several "autos of ing. The musical program was renbe needed to get hats and to colds, gripps, sore throat, pneumo- country here or across the waters. territory like the dew, and it carries noon, at 2 ofclock. dered by Messrs. Raymond Skiles on Might coats nia and catarrh. This Vin Hepatica They are Otto Myers, John E. King, a Wrigley Chewing Gum advertise- Stanford gentlemen will accompany and new shoes piano, and Birney Fish on the violin. Attorney K. S. Alcorn, Mr. J. S. We've always purchased in May. prescription is just the thing for Carl Bell. Fiem Hughes, Dr. M. Lee ment. It pay3 to advertise. Mrs. Fish was the recipient of many My Hocker, Hon. W. II. Shanks nnd the son I have already given to war you. it will not only give you a Pipes. William R. King, Osie Baker, useful and pretty gifts, among the other speakers. The crowd will be thorough cleansing of these organs, and Tom Thornton. And that is enough, I say! former wns a check for $25 from AFTER OIL NEAR BRODHEAD there. You had better be on hand. but will tone you up and make you Fish, of Oklahoma. her son, Stark Tho Sun Oil Co., of Winchester, son trench thought of feel your old self again. Get it from NOTICE TO THE FARMERS That she may enioy many more such But thehome in theuna 20 MEN FOR CAMP TAYLOR Tho Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanus. for ana present. We If you are anyways behind with will start to drilling miles oil on Zeb days was the wish of all Twenty white men of the draft South of Buying Liberty Bonds right away. ford. y your farming, I would advise you to Hall's farm, three soon space to name we haven't as the outfit are called to go to Camp Taylor for e see and invesMgato tho FORD TRAC- Brodhead, just as all who registered. Mrs. Kate training on Friday, April 2Cth. DON'T LET IT LINGER Governor Stanley announced the TOR. I can highly recommend it can be gotten to the lease. Tho Hall These men was invited but owing to sickand all others who are personnel of the State Board of Na- for your harrowing, rolling, drag- farm is only a short distance from A cough that "hangs on" wears ness could not be present. The whole Defense. Edward W. Hines. ging,- or other heavy work on the the farm owned by our J. J. Painter, called for mobilization are requested affair was under the direction and down the sufferer, leaving him un- tional by the war board bring in of Louisville, chairman; R. C. Stoll farm. I have tried this machine out and if oil is encountered it will nat- their classification here to that they management of Mrs. Ivon Fish and able to ward off sickness. Jos. cards, 148 Fillmore St., Nashville, and Dr. S. H. Halley, of Lexington; myself and find it to be just what urally make his land more valuable. may be turned over to tho governMrs, Caltha Newland. who certainly deserve praise for the way things Tenn., writes: "I was suffering with R. E. Hughes, Owsley Brown and we need to save time and labor. It ment. HE CAN REST FINE NOW. a dry hacking cough and a pain in Sigmund E. Lee. of Louisville: Dr. is simple and inexpensive to operate. were served. "I suffered greatly from kidney my chest, but since taking Foley's S. R. Collier, of West Liberty; H. H. I will be glad to show you this wonBOND SPEAKING DATES writes F. B. THIS WOMAN FOUND RELIEF Honey and Tar Compound I have Cherry, of Bowling Green, nnd W. derful tractor. H. C. Anderson, and bladder trouble,"River Ave., W. Gentlemen from this city will Fairbank, 55 Grand B. Cochran, of Maysville. Stanford, Ky. relieved." It soothes, heals Backache, sore muscles, stiff or been Detroit, Mich. "Had to get up six speak for tho sale of Liberty Loan swollen joints, rheumatic pains, diz- and cures. SoH everywhere. Mountain tonight. or seven times during the night. Fo- Bonds at knurs 2 o'clock Saturday BEST FOR CHILDREN Cut This Out It It Worth Money. ziness and like symptoms are caused ley Kidney Pills have worked won- at Hustonville at McKinney Despondent becauso he had been DONT MISS THIS. Cut out this Experience proves that Foley's bv disordered kidneys and bladder. at 7:30 afternoon and at Mrs. Thomas H. Davis, Montgomery. called in the draft, Elijah Tanner, Honey and Tar is tho best family slip, enclose with five cents to Foley ders and I can recommend them as Saturday night. tho best medicine I have ever taken." R. F. D. 3, Ind., writes: "I doctored a young farmer, hanged himself in medicine for children for coughs, & Co., 2835 Sheffield, Ave., Chicago, months without relief. I commenced his father's barn at Whitesville, Da- colds, croup and whooping cough. 111., writing your name and address Tonic in action; quick, sure. Sold THREE AND HALF POUND BASS Mrs. M. E. Schlarb, 55G Oakland clearly. You will receive in return everywhere. using Foley Kidney Pills and got re- viess county. Frank Phillips is tho boss fisher Ave., Ashland, Pa., writes: "When a trial package containing Foley's Eigtit bottle cured me." Sold lief. man, no caught out or the water for Rev. C. F. Wimborly, of Louis- my little girl gets a. cold I give her a Honey and Tar Compound, JUDGE HARDIN TO SPEAK everywhere. works lake this morning a big mouth ville, is conducting an interesting dose of it and it always relieves her. coughs, colds and croup, Foley KidTho Hustonville Liberty Service bass weighing three and a half meetimr at the Methodist church in I cannot praise it too highly. Sold ney Pills and Foley Cathartic Tab- League will bo addressed next Mon- pounds. The shortest session of circuit day night by Judge Charles A. Hareverywhere. lets. Sold everywhere. court ever held in Kentucky was Columbia. din, of Harrodsburg. It will be an LIBERTY SERVICE LEAGUE that at Maysville in March. The Liberty Service Leairuo will hold Every promise of The Penny Drug Garrard has already sold more open session and a great crowd will A man named Pfoff. of the Kings petit and grand juries were sworn a suithan her quota of Liberty Loan -doubtless hear Judge Hardin, who is regular members' meeting on Friday stomach tablets ton section of Madison county, in and court adjourned two hours Store about -Bonds. is fulfilled. one of the best speakers in the State evening, April la, at b o'clock. ." cided by shooting. after convening. 4wlH Lil-bu- rn 48-10- g, 59-10- Du-lut- h, o pre-w- ar i , ntn-lif- . -- er - r. , S500rJMisS-iVrf.tia.Hel- . 4EidaaiJu-''Wj.- - - - r--T 0; cr mdircnrrrrrT'PbiW ....-,... .u-j- .v r w ATt-- nl Mes-dam- es p r. tr six-roo- m Pet--tu- 240-ncr- are-sorr- Ma-ge- Gil-lar- d, Mi-o-n- Page (Tw6 J TKe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Ericlay, April 19, 1918 He Carrm Both. Won't You Do Half At Much? Buy War Savings Stamps g$ &!&", Buy War Savings Stamps I I I M M WS3 W.S.S. United States Government WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Issued by the 1 WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Issued by the United States Government Coartarjr Brooklyn Bad c LICK THE KAISER OUR JOB "OVER THERE" Furnish Uncle Sam the Money I I All Can Help: tv -- OUR JOB "OVER HERE" , t - - V v f-- it. ' if v W . .ff Thrift Stamps for CHILDREN War Savings Stamps for the WOMEN Liberty Bonds and War Savings Stamps for the MEN Are You a True American? If ever there was a time when the voice of God spoke to the people it is speaking to Americans today! The offering of the War Savings Stamps by our Government is, first of all, a good investment to you. But more and greater than this, it is a call upon your manhood to stand for liberty and justice, to protect your own family and home. It is the call of your country and the call of God. J m Look at it as an investment Good interest on your money, and the strongest security on earth. You invest $4..1 5 now and in five years you collect $5.00, 4 per cent interest compounded quarterly. You can buy War Savings Stamps to the amount of $1,000 worth. Invest $83.00 in stamps now January 1st, 1923, you will collect $100. Any banker, or postmaster, or a member of the War Savings Stamp committee will gladly explain to you how you can invest your savings from a piece to $1,000, the limit. Collect On Ten Days Written Notice! At any time that you will need this money you can give any Monev Order Post Office ten days' written notice, and they will pay you your money back with approximately 3 per cent interest. This is a Gilt Edge Investment guaranteed by the United States of America. Cjl Now is the time for every living American to listen to the voice of his Country and his God. A '; ',' I IF YOU CANT FIGHT YOU CAN LOAN YOUR MONEY. ARE YOU A SLACKER? J. is contributed to the Winning of the War, and paid This advertisement for by the following merchants of Stanford: C 25-cent . n-r .IS NORTHCOTT & TUDOR Dealer in Poultry, Eggs,'and All Kinds of Country Produce HARRY N. JONES Dealer in All Kinds of Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats, Country Produce GEO. H. FARRIS Dealer in All Kinds of Groceries, Country Produce, Fruits and Vegetables E. T. PENCE, Jr. Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Plows, Harvesting Machinery and Fertilizer ' .: W.S.S. United States WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Issued by the WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Cost during April, $4.15. Worth $5 Jan. 1, 1923 4 per cent interest, compounded quarterly W.S.S. United States WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Issued by the Government Government iThe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, April 19, 1918 UNDER THE RIGHT OF ANGARY The following editorial in the New York World gives the right by which the United States seized the Dutch ships. Many have contended the ACTING Page Three Thit Store's Organization for Service and Equipment for Delivery is so Well Perfected Puts Us Your Next Door Neighbor No Matter Where You Live When it Comes to Trading With Us Our display of thit teaton'c belt vrat nerer better than now. It It a pleasure to trade at a store that can give you choice and pick of one of the largest and most select lines of house 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 eajoy it whether you buy or not. Waite Grass Rugs Waite Grass Rugs of standard quality best rug for for the money. These rugs are well designed to take the place of Brussels, Axmintter 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 artistic- ally 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- , United States acted beyond the rights of, a belligerent with a neutral, but as the editorial points out Holland s acting under instructions from Germany, which gives us the privilege as embodied in the United States Naval War Code of 1900. orld says: "There is no The right of a belligerent in relntion to a neutral better established in international law than the right cxerbised by the United States Government in the appropriation to its own uses, with compensation, of the Dutch ships long lying idle in American waters. ' It Is known as the "right of angary." "So .treated in the text books, extended references are unnecessary. One alone will do for the present occasion. It is the right as embodied in the United States Naval War Code of 1900: stipation, Biliousness, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, and all their attendant discomfort Don't Suffer with Con- DR. CALDWELL'S Syrup Pepsin The Perfect Laxative is a combination of simple Laxative Herbs Pepsin, mild and gentle in its action and with relieves constipation quickly, without griping or other pain or discomfort. It is especially recommended for children. " 'If military necessity should Sold by Druggists Everywhere 50 cts. 54x90 Waite Grass Rugs 27x54 Waite Grass Rugs 36x72 Waite Grass Rugs $4.00 6x9 Waite Grass Rugs $5.00 $8.75 $8.50 $1.35 8x10 Waite Grass Rugs $2.00 6x12 Waite Grass Rugs $10.00 9x12 Waite Grass Rugs SAPP-SLATO- N FURNITURE CO. Are Your toLungs Strong? throat? Are Successors to A. F. Wheeler Furniture Company Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store, Danville, Kentucky AMERICAN FLAG IS OLDEST The oldest flag among the larger nations battling against the Germans, strange to say, is that of the United States. The Stars and Stripes were adopted June 14, 1777, the only change made since having been the addition of stars from time to time. The present Union Jack of Great Britain was not adopted until 1801, while the French tricolor was adopted in 1794. The Y. M. C. A., with classrooms in its 500 huts, will establish a "university" in France for the American expeditionary army. The plan has been given the sanction of General Pershing and prominent educators in the United States will assist in making the unique school a success. The aim is to inculcate in the soldiers the ideals of America In contrast to those of Germany. Gov. Stanley has commissioned Rev. A. J. Pike police judge of B Do colds go down your your bronchial tubes easily affected? Above all, do colds settle on your chest? Then your lungs may not be as strong as you expected consumption often follows. Good Physicians Everywhere Prescribe SCOTT'5 EMULSION for strengthening delicate throats and weak lungs while its glycerine sootnes the tender linings and alleviates the cough. Start on Scott's Emulsion today It is Nature's building-foowithout drugs or alcohol. d require it, neutral vessels found within the limits of belligerent authority may be seized and destroyed or otherwise used for military purposes, but in such casos-thowners of the neutral vessels must be fully recompensed." "This is only a part of the broader rule that the property of neutrals in belligerent territory can claim no greater rights than the property of citizens. Either is as subject to ap propriation for war uses as the other and both are as equally subject to war taxation as to commandeering. "The' government of the Netherlands, accordingly, has not the slightest warrant to refer to the matter as 'an act of violence' or as 'indefensible from the viewpoint of international law.' Such language is only to be explained as President Wilson Jias explained the prior attitude of Holland. Its government is not a free agent in the case. It is acting and speaking under the dures3 of Germany." e (.) $1.00 A Trill Dottle Can He Obtained, Flee of Charge, by Willlnt to 7 WASHINGTON DR. W. D. CALDWELL. STREET. MONTICtLLO, ILLINOIS A child about a week old was found dead with its skull crushed near Waterloo. Pulaski county. A reward is being raised by tho peoplo of that section for an investigation. "Patriotism tempted us to toss the German books into the flames" was posted in the school rooms at Moose Lake, Minn., and German will no longer be taught in that school. F. L. Thompson, Jr., of Mt. Vernon, haa resigned as cashier of the Peoples Bank there and Floyd E. was elected in his stead. 1U111UI, Will) WUS USSlSUIIIb I'USlllt-'l- , Thomas Sloan Eastland, prominent young business man, of and Miss Sara Elizabeth i Peters, of Macksville, Washington county, were united in marriage at the Methodist parsonage in Danville by Dr. Horace Turner. State Superintendent V. 0. Gilbert appointed J. W. Ireland, of Bellevue, State Teachers' Examiner, to succeed Miss Nannie Catlett, of Princeton. Twelve thousand selective service j men, in addition to the 150,000 already called, will be called to start for training camps April 20. Har-rodsbu- rg, f llllissEsfPilli SxSMmA USE TT . 0 ITT F kliMMfi lie Ol ii.rillu Sl.1'! I Because its Pure Cod Liver Oil is Famous 1 Prepared Paint insurance The Imported Nomeelnn cod Hver oil used in Scott' EmuUlon is now refined In our own American laboratories which guarantees it free from Impurities. Scott & Bowne. Bloomfield. N.J. , 17-- 21 Jesse Martin, of Shelby county, from that county to pay the supreme has been killed in action, the first ' sacrifice. I ) ' CLYGE You protect your house against loss by fire with why not protect it against loss by other elements. Sun, rain' and snow are just as destructive as fire H. & W. PAINT is just as important as good -- & Great Auction Sale -- 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 tb 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 no.t 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 good stock yearling steers; 22 yearling heifers; 1 pair of mules, 15 4 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. k This Fine Saddle and Harness Stal lion 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, 16 2 hands high, fine style and action. He 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 be good saddlers and extra fine farm horses. JOHN J. CARTER Waynesburg, Ky. R. F. D. No. 1 1-- Good paint, properly applied, improves the appearance and prolongs the life of any building. You cannot afford to waste time and labor in applying cheap paint that will not cover as far and last as long as H. & W. PURE PREPARED PAINT. Has been sold right in your community for years. Ask your dealer about its quality and for names of property owners who have used our brand. ON SALE BY insurance. The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. Winter wheat production this year will be about $500,000,000 bushels, VULCANIZING Bring us your damaged Auto Casings. We will vulcanize them and often double their milage, for a cost. We also want you to see our FORD TRACTOR for your plowing and heavy hauling. very-smal- l the Department of Agriculture The Penny Drug Store is the place to buy stomach tablets, the guaranteed treatment for Mi-o-- OUR DEFENSE "run-down," The Anderson Garage Stanford, Ky. IMIIII'MIIIHIIIHIHHIII HMI sub-divid- ed In the spring we may bo attacked at any moment. Toxic poisons pile up within us after a bard winter, and,wo feel tired out, blue and discouraged. This is the time to put our house in order cleanse the system and put fresh blood into our arteries. You can obtain an alterative extract from Blood root, Golden Seal, Stone and Queen's root, Cherry bark, rolled into a tablet and sold by most druggists, in sixty cent vials, as sugar-coated The Two Old Reliables 3-- H. DINNER SERVED ON THE GROUNDS FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS AND BLUE PRINTS, INQUIRE OF Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. This blood tonic, in tablet or liquid form, is just what you need for n Spring Fever," for that lack of ambition. It will fill you full of vim, vigor and vitality. Chilliness, whon other people feel warm enough, is a sign of biliousness, or of malarial poisons so is a furred or coated tonguo, loss of anpotlto, headaches or giddiness, and a dull, drowsy, dobllltatod feeling. It's your liver want to stimulate It and Invlgorato It with Dr. Pierco's Ploasant Pollots. With ovory troublo of tho kind, theso tiny llttlo things act like a miracle, You can broak up Midden attacks of Colds, Fovers, and Inflammations, with them. Thoy'll give you permanent benefit for Indigestion. Constipation, Sour Stomach, Sick lloadacho, and DUzlnoss. Tlioy are small and pleasant to tako, and tho most thoroughly iiutunil remedy. Twouty-tiv- o cents at most drug stores. Indiana Silos Papec Cutters Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded Price advances on both May 20th. For price list and catalog write me at Stanford, Ky., or Phone 99. Easy terms. 1 that's at fault. You SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man of Lancaster 14i W. P. KINC AID Page Eotrf Trie Interior Journal,, Stanford, Kentucky, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C. Waltfta Friday, April 19, 1918 mt J. H. Wrlg h at 4jPerCent Money To Loan fnttni at tkt petteffo at ttmnttri, Kv Mrond cteM ma matitr. ADLER At 4 1-- 4 Per Cent. TO BUY I. Third Liberty Loan Bonds Lincoln County National I egram and a telephone cnll that causes the average man to respond quickly, when ho will lay a letter aside and fail to answer it. It is for this reason that wo arc tcld, the managers of the Liberty Loan, the Keel cross urive, and the War stamp bale, have to use the wire almost ex clusively, thereby adding largely to the cost of the campaigns. If you receive a letter from any of these agencies respond at once and" sive the funds a large and unnecessary expense. - Did you ever notice how promptly n man responds to the telephone bell when you hnve walked several blocks to sec him on important business and thus keeps you waitinp, while he carries on an ordinary conversation? He seems to nttnch moro importance to such a call than a pcnonnl one, impelled doubtless by curiosity to know who is calling and experiencing conscious pride on beinp cnlled. The habit of answering a call instantly is almost universal, but it is not often as serious in its consequence as is reported from Collins-vill- e, 111., where a German sympa thizer was hanged by n mob. A po-- 1 iicoman testified when asked wily no did not follow the mob when ho saw it catherinf? that the telephone rang just ns he started to do so, which kept him until it was too Into to eo and try to prevent the lynching. There seems something about a tel Collegian Clothes The World's Greatest Make We have received another shipment of Clothing for Spring. Owing to the cost of labor now, and the shortage and the increase in the price of wool, you will make no mistake by" buying you a "Collegian" Suit now, for an extra suit will help you in the future. A Walk-Ov- er in"' V ) tfWALK OVER Shoes Bank "Corner Next to Court House" STANFORD, KY. I A Few Choice and Desirable Town Properties Farms For Sale SEE US Nostalgia is the medical name for homesickness, which is regarded as a disease, and any one who has ever suffered it will agree that it is the worst of afflictions'. The only sure relief is in going home or having a member of the homo visit you. It is not often fatal, but Gen. Pershing, in reporting deaths among his men in France, gives the cause of one as nostalgia. Imagine, if you can. the horror of that poor boy's feelings. Thousands of miles from his loved ones with no prospect of seeing them, haunted by the fear that he would never see them again, his utter loneliness and hopelessness all consuming, he must have suffered a thousand deaths, worse than could have come to him on the battle field. Lord, how countless are the s'ns that William, the damned, will have to ORGANIZED FOR BOND SALE answer for. An eternity in hell will At a meeting of the bankers of not even in slight measure stone. Lincoln county, held here for the Bola Pasha in France for giving aid and information to the German government, ends a career, whose narrative exceeds in adventure the wildest scope of imagination. It also furnshes an example for the United State to emulate that a similar fate must be meted out to traitors and spies. There is no other safe way to deal with such vermin and no other so sure to end such activities of the ones executed and prevent others from continuing them. More rope and less compromising with such dishonor is the demand of the. hour. of- - The Man's Shoe We are showing these in all models and lasts. Call and see our Spring line now, and buy when ready. Mc Roberts, Bailey &Rupley "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY STANFORD, KY. DISC AND LEVER HARROWS; LAND The execution & Owens Dinwiddie Hustonville Moreland and TRAIN TO FILL GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS POSITIONS of the Otflct) All young men SCHOOL-SPEESPENCERIAN COMMERCIAL KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE, BUILDING ((firth Pott and young women desirous of advancement should write for the Catalogue and Booklet of the D At midnight tonight tha, ban on the sale of hens, made byHhe government, will be lifted and it will then be lawful to lay their heads on the chopping block. It is claimed that the prohibition against killing them, which has been in effect two months, has added largely to the egg No. 1. supply and the hatch of chickens. Uf Fifth District People's Bank of course no one will kill a laying hen. Hustonville. All of Hustonville votIf he does he deserves to have his ing precinct, No. 2. head chopped off. Sixth District McKinney Deposit Bank. All of Turnersville and McThere are three words and.phrazes Kinney voting precincts. of war origin that are being worked Waynesburg Seventh District over time by the writers and speak- Deposit Bank. ers: "Over There," "Over the Top." By assigning to you a certain disand "Camouflage." The latter French trict, it is not intended that you contribution is used so recklessly and shall not canvass your customers, in promiscuously that it has almost be whatever district they may be, but come nauseating. Give it a rest, at it is intended and made your special least for a season. duty to have your particular district P. Your boy has been drafted and if carefully and fully canvassed. W. the war. continues, as it looks as if M. McRoberts, C Hays Foster, J. it will, your money will be drafted. Rochester, Committee. The government has as much right Mrs. W. R. Boarfislev. who has to draft your money as your boy. Avoid such a thing by buying a Lib- been doing good, newspaper work on erty Bond an A- investment. the Harrodsburc Democrat, has re signed. She is a very accomplished Looks like Don C. Edwards, of newspaper woman. Laurel county, is going to get into the race for Congress in the 11th. Mniinn Tllnnlf nn nirp.d and re- He served that district a term or so spectcd citizen of the Freedom secand may be able to prove that he can tion of Pulaski, is dead. come back. -l purpose of organizing the county for the Third Liberty Loan enmpaign, the undersigned were appointed a committee to divide the county into districts and designate a bank in each of such districts to have special control of the canvass therein. So as directed, we have made such division and designation as follows: First District The First National Bank, Stanford. All of that portion of Stanford Magisterial district, lying south and west of Danville and Crab Orchard turnpikes. Second District Lincoln County National Bank. All of that portion of Stanford Magisterial district lying north and east of Danville and Crab Orchard turnpikes. Third District The Crab Orchard The Crab OrBanking Company. chard Magisterial district. Fourth District National Bank of Hustonville and Bank of Moreland. All of Hustonville voting precinct, ROLLERS; PULVERIZERS; CORN PLANTERS; WALKING & RID-INCULTIVATORS, AT G W. H. Higgins, S-H-O-E-S Stanford We have just received a big line of ladies low cuts and high top shoes gray, chocolate, tan, light kid, white and black. We can sell you from$2.98 to $5.98. Come and let us fit you before they are picked over. We also have a big line of BARGAIN SHOES they are worth from $2.50 to $3.00 now at $1.25. We have a big line of TENNIS & RUBBER SOLE shoes, priced from 75c to $1.98. MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOES We also have a big line of Men's and Boys' Shoes from $2.48 to $6.98. See our shoes before you buy elsewhere. Buy a Liberty Bond. You owe it to your country, first place, and secondly it is a good investment. It is better than bank stock and is as safe and strong as the rock of Gibralter. FITRNTTTIRE. Mattinirs. Drucrcets, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Wimlnw KWlns. Trunks. Suit Cases. Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble, Bargain Store SALEM & SALEM STANFORD, KY. Stanford. " Shake Off That Grip Ccpnlcbt Hurt Bchi.ni.ir & Mux When Spring comes, withits changeable weather and your exposure, it is best to clear away all the symptoms left after an attack of grip. That evil disease leaves you weakened, and when its victim consequences. Pay enough for quality in your spring clothes all-wo- ol attempts to "do his bit" ho exposes himself to the risk of a second attack, for which he is less prepared, and which may have graver TURNERSVILLE Supply Company Ginghams and Percales Bleached and Brown Domestics Groceries and Hardware A STOCK UNIQUE IN QUALITY AND VALUE "Pay enough" refers to the good of you men who buy not the man who sells. It means the price of fabrics, fine tailoring, good style those things are absolutely necessary for long wear and satisfaction. 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. April and May are pneumonia ened system is a constant source of danger, for the pneumonia and grip infections are in the air, and after a long winter the body is so clogged with waste it cannot resist them. Fortify the health, remove the catarrh, and improve the digestion. Delay There's Danger in this time a weak months. In For Quick Relief This reliable tonic is recommended to remove the waste from the body, counteract the catarrhal poisons and allay the inflammation that is catarrh, restore the regular appetite and tone up the entire system to resist disease. A well man is safe. As a tonic after grip it has won many commendations, while Its effect- PERUNA Purchases may be made by phone, as our service is most satisfactory Hustonville 1160 Bell 5212 Phillips & Phillips Home of Hart, SchafFner & Marx Clothes iveness in catarrhal conditions is unquestioned. Take no chances Take Pcruna. Parana Tablelt era aheoya raady to teka. You may carry m box mth yon and ward off calda end ehiO. Tha liquid matkclna in yarn homm U a grant aofagumrd. Protact year family. TURNERSVILLE, KENTUCKY The PerwM Camtammy, CaihuAtu, Okie -- tr The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, April 19, 1918 S. M. ALLEN'S GOOD BANK DECLINED WITH THANKS . A smooth-talkin- g representative Snnford M. Allen, who married of the Lincoln Chautauqua was here Miss Bessie Woods, daughter of Mr. first of the week trying to convince and Mrs. E. P. Woods, of this coun-t- y the members of the Woman's Club has a bank nt his home town of that they should by all means have Milleraburg that is n real daisy. the Lincoln Chautauqua again this W,ith a capital stock of $30,000, his year, but the ladles did not "fall" to deposits are $457,G00 and the bank nis proposition. They had too much otherwise is in just as healthy a trouble with the company Inst year to give it another trial, Hon. W. H. Shanks and Attorney T. J. Hill, It is probnble that Dr. Bunyan Jr., spokesmen for the Indies, im- McLcod, pastor of the Presbyterian pressed tho gentleman thnt they church nt Harrodsburg, will resign were not at all opposed to Chantnu-qua- toacccpt a calJto Charlotte.N C. but were eternally opposed to the one he represented the Lincoln CENT-A-WOR- D (Ails here nre 1 crnt R word inch Ittnr, cflh Chautauqua. willi order; jnond lci lhn25c cadi Imie MARCOSSON COULDN'T COME work mnros for sale cheap. , TWO The Liberty Service League prom- Dr. John Cook, Stanford. 29-- tf ised a treat for the meeting tonight, FOR SALE fventyextra good having accepted an offer of n speech from Isaac F. Marcosson, author, war shonts. B. W. Gaines, R. F. D. No. 31-- tf correspondent nnd staff contributor 1. to the Saturdny Evening Post, nnd FOR SALE. Ten cood voarlinor members of the League advertised cattle R. M. Ware, Stanford, R. F. the speaking thoroughly. Later a D. No. I. 31-- tf wire was received stating that there FOR "SALE. As good" a "work was a conflict of dates and Mr. Mar- horse as ever wore hair. Price $75. cosson could not come. It is hoped S. J. EmbryJr. 32-- 2 that ho can be induced to speak here ONE front and one inside room Inter. It was planned to give him a in Odd Fellows' Building for rent. rousing reception. 31-- tf Wj, B. Hill, City. DECLINES HANDSOME OFFER ' FOR SALE Ford Sedan, "in good See Randolph Harris, Miss Mnry D. Carter, daughter of condition. 30-tMr. and Mrs. P. W. Carter, of this Lancaster, Ky. f city, who is an instructor in the BULL I am standing a blnck bull State School for the Deaf at Jack- at $1.00 at the gate. W. T. Gover, sonville, 111., received by wire an of28-- 0 fer of a position in the War Depart- Crab Orchard. ment at Washington nt a generous GOOD country hams just the salary with prospects of an increase, size you want. You will find them but she declined, feeling that she 29-tf should remain with the institution at II. N. Jones. she teaches in until the close of the WANTED to buy cane seed7Must session. been clean, red top or early amber. E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford. 25tf RED CROSS BOY SCOUTS OLD FURNITURE For Snle. laAt Crnb Orchard Saturday the Three corded bedsteads, spinning dies of the Red Cross and the Boy wheels and reels. A. GlnbS, Waynes-burScouts will work together in the giv32-2- p Ky. ing of n dinner and supper in the FOR SALE Eighty ewes with next to the bank. Bustle store-rooA toothsome lunch will lie served at lambs thrown in. Good ones. W. noon and in the evening delightful C. Floyd, Hustonvillo, Ky. 29-4- p ice cream and cake will be on sale. Proceeds will be divided between the j LOOK About thclirstoFjunel Red Cross Chapter and the Boy will have a new bungalow ready for you. B. L. Fagaley, Stanford, Ky. Scouts. ' PATRIOTIC COLORED WOMAN j THE creditors of Garner Price Mollie Blakely, coloi'ed, has given are requested to file their claims $3 in all to the Red Cross and has "properly verified with The Lincoln 32-- 2 never been solicited. She realizes Trust Co. WANTED. Position as a nurse the great work that is being done by that noble organization and wants or companion for an old lady. Address mc, Stanford, Ky., care of P. to further the cause with her bit. 32-2- p W. Kennedy. CHURCHES WITH THE FIRST CLASS. I have for sale Methodist Sunday school at the some extra nice clover hay, $30 per court house Sunday morning, at ton. See Hartwell Shanks at tho 9:30. Preaching service by the pas- Lmcoln County National Bank. 32-- 3 tor at 10:45. FOR SALE. Mower, and The meeting at the Methodist double roller Cultipackcr; binder, good all in by church in Somerset, conducted Also Evangelist Bridges, is growing in in- .condition. lambs. 48 ewes, with extra A. W. Carpenter, terest. Great crowds are hearing his forward Ky. 32-tf every sermon and the. community is Morcland, being generally awakened. FORDS FOR SALE We have one Christian church Sunday school Ford touring car and one Ford run10 a. m. Lord's Supper and Morn- about for sale; good condition; both ing Service 11 a. m., subject, "Sound havo new tires. Howard Ncwland 32-- 2 Doctrine and Itching Ears." Chris- nnd Marshall C. Newland. tian Endeavor, 7:15 p. m. Union s, Page Five New-lantf d. Ky. We have just received WAGONS Young lady to work WANTED a car load of thoso good wagons, in my office. Must know or learn OLD HICKORY. Get one while you how to use typewriter. R. M. cnn. Edmiston Bros., Crab Orchard, 31-31-- 1 WANTED Ten good teams. WM pay gfod price if I can get them at once. Also, I want to buy GO bushels good hemp seed. Josh Jones, Stan28-ford, Ky. tf v The directors and all the officers and clerks of the First National Bank have subscribed for 4 per cent Third Liberty Bonds. The government desires that individuals purchase these bonds instead of corporations to show that the people of this country are prosecuting the war. This Bank recommends these bonds as the very best and safest investment. It will loan the money to persons investing in them at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum, for 1- ADS ALL persons having claims against Dr. M. D. Early, deceased, will present them properly proven to mc. Those owing the estate are asked to settle. Airs. .u. u. &any, .stanioni. 30-- 3 Ky. SEED CORN I havo for salo seed corn, both yellow nnd white, gcrminntion 08 per cent test. E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford. f ""HOUSEHOLD GOODS I will soil nt public auction on Saturday afternoon, April 20th, at 2:30 o'clock, household and kitchen furniture of various kinds, including a handsome piano, genuine leather couch, Majestic range, kitchen cabinet, a lot of handsome chairs, etc. Mrs. M. D. 30-Early. good 25-t3 -4 The Boys Store , 1- -4 six months. The First National Bank PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mrs. Claude Hughes, of McKinncy was in this city Wednesday. Earl Coleman left Tuesday afternoon for Chicago on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fox Dudderar are the proud parents of a little daugh- 4 This Corn Will Peel Right Off! "Gets-I- t' g, ter. man. Mr. G. B. Cooper's condition is Unchanged. He is yet a very sick Mrs. T. P. Tupman, of Huston-villis the guest of Miss Jennie e, Makes Corns Come Off The "Why "Banana-Peel- " Way! m fliHiiiBiifll n 5? Hocker. J iff-.- : sey County News, attended the Eaughman land sale here Wednesday. Mrs. J. R. Wheat, of Tuscon, Arizona, is visiting her brothers, Messrs. R. C. and W. P. White, of the East End. Mrs. E. C. Jordan left Wednesday for Detroit, Mich., to spend some time with a couple of nephews she has there. Rev. R. R. Noel celebrated his 7Gth birthday Thursday by going to Danville and making a visit to his daughters. Mrs. Mary Hunter, who has spent the winter with Mrs. R. L. Davison, returned to her home at Crab Orchard today. Mrs. Sue Russell, our Ottenhcim correspondent, was a caller Thursday. She was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Frank Wcintjes. Mrs. H. N. Jones returned Thursday afternoon trom Berea where she spent several days with her daugh-ptr- s - Editor Henry Thomas, of the Ca havo to flop on tho door, squcczo yourself up II ko tho letter "7", and with bulging oye.s draw your faco up Into a wrinkly knot while you boubo and pull at tho "quick" of a tender corn? That's MATT MO 4X1CAGO "ggysjj Standardized in quality, workmanship and price and more captivating and satisfying than ever, are our new Clothes and Wash Suits for Boys. Also New Cloth Hats, Caps, Shirts, Blouses, Underwear, Straw Hats, Soft Collars and Neckwear at 2 or 3 Drops Applied in a Few Second There's No Flitting or Cutting. "Geli-lt" Always Work.! 3 . school there. Miss Ruby Soper, of Lexington, who has been the guest of Miss Eliz- - ter,Miss Louisc'Jdnes, whV is in . Leslie Eads, of Troy, Jessamine county, is in the city today. He has recently sold his home there and will return to Lincoln. He is in the market for a home in Stanford. Mr. George P. Bright had a letter from his son, Greenberry Bright, at Phoenix, Arizona, stating that his son, George P. Bright, had left for Mare Island for training in the navy. Mrs. R. P. Johnston, of Columbus, N. M.. is here visiting her brothers, R. C and W. P. White, in the East End. Mrs. Johnston is making her first visit to her old home in 'IS years. Mr. W. H. Brown, of Lancaster, who has been very ill, was able to drive over Tuesday afternoon to see He his brother, Dr. E. J. Brown. was accompanied by his friend, Mr. S. G. Anderson. Ewalt Givens writes from Indianapolis that he has passed all examinations in the Vocational Training Detachment of the National Army there and that he likes fine. He ordered his home paper sent him post haste. rp M'f'dbyE.Lawrence&Co.,ChlcaBo,IU. guest of her Sold in Stanford and recommendwas the daughter, Miss Mary Moore Raney ed as the world's best corn remedy at Mrs. Z. T. Rice's on the Summit. by Tho Penny Drug Store. Richmond Register. Mrs. week-en- d returning home. abeth Carter, left Thursday for Richmond, to visit for a while before T. D. Raney, "of Stanford, la tho old, savage way. "Geta-It- " tho modern, painless, simple way. Lean over and put two drops of "Gets-It- " on tho corn, put your stocking and shoo right on again, forget tho corn. Pain is eased. and "dots-It- " has revolutionized tho treatment of corna It never Irrl- limping on the side of your shoe, and do away with greasy salves, bundling bandages, thick plasters and painful methods. Use "Gets-Itit's common sense. "Gets-It,- " the guaranteed, the only sure way, costs but a trifle at any drug store. ", - W er, Our TACKLE is the TACKLE to TACKLE BIG ONES Do not fail to inspect oun large assortment of Reel Poles, Reels, Lines and Artificial Bait. Oldsmobile. Mrs. Joanna Ball, of Lancaster, has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Bohon Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bruce and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bailey went to Richmond Tuesday night and enjoyed tho Lewis recital. Miss Julia Higgins, of Richmond, Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. niece of W. H. Higgins, of this city, Cheney & Co., doing business In the City has taken a position in the office of of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, will pay the State tax commission at Frank- and that said Arm DOLLARS the sum of ONE HUNDRED for each fort. and every case of Catarrh that cannot bo Joe H. Warner is here from Pitts- cured bv the use of HALL'S CATARRH FRANK J. CHENEY. burg, Pa., the guest of his parents, MEDICINE. me Sworn to subscribed in Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Warner. He is my presence,beforo 6th and of December, day this rapidly forging to the front in the A. D. 1ESC. . A. W". GLEASON. (Seal) Smoky City, we are glad to say. Notary Public. inHall's Catarrh Medlclno Is taken Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cooley returnacts through ed this morning from Hnzelhurst, ternally andSurfaces of the the Blood on System. Send he Mucous Ga., where they havo spent the winfor testlmon'als. free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. ter with their daughter. "I came Sold by nil dniKsistH, 75c. back to put in my garden, having Hall'it Family Pills for constipation already gotten one to producing in Gcorgin. We like tho state fine. Only one small snow fell all winter," he said. Mi's. E .C. Walton has been called upon to give up a nephew, Edgar Marcum, aged about 25. The young man died in a hospital at Huntington, W. Vn., Tuesday night after an illness of several months. Ho was Mrs. J. C. Hays is reported somewhat better this afternoon. R. B. Woods is the latest purchaser of a car. He has a handsome afternoon for a service at 3 o'clock in the interest of the Emergency Drive of the Men and Millions Movement. They will be joined there by Rev. A. H. Baugh and others from Hustonville. Presbyterian church, Sunday, Apr. 21 Sunday school 9:45; Morning Service 11, sermon by the pastor; C. E. Meeting, 7:15 p. m.; Union Service at the Baptist church at 8 o'clock. Presbytery of Transylvania meets Tuesday, April 23, at Pleasant Grove church, at 7:30 p. m. The Stanford church will be represented by Mr. J. B. Paxton and the pastor. State of Ohio. City oi Toledo, Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he o'clock. The. minister of this church. will preach the sermon. All always welcome. Howard J. Brazclton, accompanied by a number of other interested workers, will go to Morcland Sunday Service at the Baptist church, 8:00 w si Ci due Jptiile Society Brand Clothes . Crescent Heights Stock when the end came suddenly. Young Marcum was a son of J. Fletcher Marcum, Mrs. Walton's only brother. He resides at South Point, 0. The many friends in this county of Col. Robert G. Evans, of Danville, will be glad to learn that he is recovering from his very severe illness. He has been in Norton Infirmary, Louisville, for several weeks, and considerable uneasiness was felt about him. thought to be. rapidly convalescing mmm Farm Aberdeen-Angu- s Cattle ss Will solve your clothes III O VAX InutliJnurn 5liAn. f)iirnj.JTrv The best bloodlines is represented in each of these famous breeds. High-claindividuals for sale at all times. R. F. D. No. 6 E. V. CARSON Stanford. Kentucky problem They lead to exclusive-nesThey are stylish, yet conservative and we have a model to satisfy the tastes of men of every age and professions s. im nm lltH CrSH if . ttttt.ti lni I Mill ii When You Are In Town Drop In and See the Masterphone and hear it play. It is the greatest of its kind on the market. Listen to its sweet tone. Sold by .'A-r- t &0cuitj Untrifo if tfJiiil 1 1 llJl vu Mil ) I n (Hiofljni :::::: The Lincoln Pharmacy The Phone No. 27 Parks & Hendren Co. Style Headquarters INCOEPOBATED The Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Prop. Stanford, Ky. Phone No. 2 ja& Store Stanford, Ky. Danville, Kentucky IF - j Page Six ll he lntenoi- Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, April 19, 1918 - initiated into the mysteries of by Rocky Ford Tent No. 117, at Ellisburg. As soon as Commander Elkin arrived on tho scene month we make enough the leaders of the order at both Peru, Ind. " I suffered from a displaces proceeded to "pet busy," he Strike Cigarettes to reach, says, and thru their efforts tho whole placement with backacho and dragging down pains so community was canvassed and much end to end, from New York to China, badly that at times enthusiasm for the order aroused, way around. That's the long resulting in a phenomenal expansion I could not be on my feet and it did it of the two tents. With these addinot seem as though tions Casey county, he says, has gone "over the top," exceeding its I could stand it. I tried different quota of new members in the present drive. A big banquet, at which Regular men like the Lucky Strike lliiiuuicinca wiuiuui any Dcnent ana Commander Elkin was one of the Cigarette good, solid Kentucky chief speakers, closed the campaign rlS 4nFjj.aa. p several doctors told mo nothing in Casey county. Lexington Leader. Burley tobacco, fine for a cigarette but an operation because would do me any ADMITTED TO HEAVEN. good. My drugAccording to the Mohammedan gist told mo of religion, ten animals were worthy of admission to heaven. They wore: WMTmi I Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable The dog Kratim, of the Seven aAi illr ' Compound. I took Sleepers of Ephesus. These martyrs it with tho result were walled in a cave and slept 280 that I am now well years, the dog sleeping with them. T V- . -l ".- - stronir. I tret and Balaam's ass, which reproved the .Z up in tho morning at four o clock, do my nrophet. Solomon's ant, which reproved the housework, then go to a factory and work all day, como homo and get supper and sluggard. feel good. 1 don't know how many of Jonah's whale. The ram of Israel which was offer- my friends I have told what Lydia E. ed in sacrifice by Abraham in placcv Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me. "Mrs. ANNA METERIANO, of Isaac. 36 West 10th St, Peru, Ind. The camel of Saleb. Women who suffer from any such ailThe cuckoo of Bclkis. ments should not fail to try this famous The ox of Moses. 's Al Borak, the marvelous steed root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Vegetable Compound. which carried Mohammed to heaven. The ass on which Jesus rode into The Gaither family, of Harrods-burJerusalem. has an unusual record for war service. Col. E. H. Gaither, is a STANFORD LADY'S OPERATION Spanish War Veteran. His son, NOT SUCCESSFUL Capt. Edgar Gaither, is with an en"1G years ago I was operated for gineering corps. His daughter, Miss appendicitis and later operated Elizabeth Gaither, will soon sail for again for gall stones. Neither did France with a unit to do reconstrucme any good and I suffered all kinds tion work among the crippled solMrs. Morof torture since. Five years ago I diers. A daughter-in-altook Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy and ton Gaither, is a trained nurse. Four have felt no symptoms or pain since. nephews are also lined up for Uncle All stomach sufferers should take it." Sam. They are Capt. G. C. Gaither, It is a simple, harmless preparation Lieut. Donald Gaither, Roscoe Gaiththat removes the catarrhal mucus er, in the Signal Service, and Sergt. from the intestinal tract and allays Edgar Gaither Anderson. the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intesA TEXAS WONDER 7 tinal ailments, including appendiciThe Texas Wonder cures kidney tcAKo. ;'. xrr fViii r tis. One dose will convince or mo- and bladder troubles, dissolves gravney refunded. The Lincoln Pharmac- el, cures diabetes, weak and lame y"; The Penny Drug Store. backs, rheumatism, and all irregular ities The United States government will both of the kidneys and bladder in men and women. Regulates 1 expend $1,000,000,000 during the ? Guaranteed by fcot bladder troubles in children. If not coming year in military buildings. sold by your druggist, will be sent by ' mail on receipt of SI. 00. One bottle IX LAUC4 11 is two months' treatment, and selIHGonpOAATKO dom fails to perfect a cure. Send for -- """"" sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 'trim i'im 2926 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. n Alliance, It is believed in Washington that The Sold by druggists. falling off in submarine effective- which has been the storm center of the is due to the fact that the Ger- congressional investigation for some ness Buy a Liberty Bond today! mans are turning their attention time past, will disband and give the transports. $30,000 now in the treasury to the from merchantmen to ' Departures of American troops for Red Cross. Europe, it is said, now are three Mrs. Sara McNally, who accompatimes greater than some time ago, nied her husband, Capt. John Mcand it is probable the Germans may Nally, through the Civil War, is dead be preparing for a huge submarine at Pittsburgh, Pa. offensive against the troop ships. Brigadier General Roger D. Williams, of Lexington, has been given s job printing at the In- honorable discharge by the War SIR RAY terior Journal office. No. 11852 Percheron 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, inrow tnese makeshift remedies to 1G 2 hand and weighs 1600 pounds. Do Not Neglect It. winds, and get on tho right treat the Will stand at When you use medicated sprays, ment. Go to your drug store $12.50 to Insure a Mare in Foal atomizers and douches for your Ca- get a bottle of S. S. S., and commence tarrh, you may succeed in unstopping a, treatment that has been praised by which is a low fee, considering the tho choked-u- p air passages for tho sufferers for nearly half a century. horse. Will stand at my stable on S. S. S. gets right at the source of time being, but this annoying condithe Crab Orchard pike, three miles do tho Catarrh, and forces from tho blood tion returns, and you have to from Stanford. the germs which cause the disease. same thing over and over again. Catarrh has never yet been cured You can obtain special medical advice B. W. GAINES by these local applications. Have regarding your own case without Stanford, Ky. R. F. D. No. 1 you over experienced any real benefit charge by writing to Medical Direc- tor, zZ Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, ua. from such treatment? Gathering her 1G living children around her, Mrs. Peter Anderson celebrated her 44th birthday at Fisher, Mont. Two other children are dead. Mae-cabeeis- LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE EVERY COL. ELKIN'S GOOD WORK Col. M. F. Elkin. Stnto commander of tho Order of Maccabees, returned yesterday from Casey county, where for the last week he has been working In the interest of tho order. He reports that Liberty Tent No. 61 added 92 new names to its roster of members and that 43 additions were WOMAN WORKS 15 HOURS A DAY Marvelous Story of Woman's Change from Weakness to Strength by Taking Druggist's Advice. Spring Sale on Good Used AUTOMOBILES We have several good cars at attractive prices, such as Buicks, Overland, Studebaker & Fords. A good used car is a better purchase than a new one of inferior make. Storage Batteries Repaired Call and store your car with us when in Dan' 15,000,000 A DAY ville '3 TOASTED 1 The Danville Buick Co. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY L. B. CONN, Prop. Walnut Street, Phone 798 U.TV " ..V" Auto Service to Danville Taylor Auto Livery Co,, Danville BUICK CARS EXCLUSIVELY Careful and Experienced Drivers Pink-ham- g, -- zw 4 rsffSni CI Leave Danville Hotels 9:00 a. m. Leave Stanford :00 a. m. Leave Danville Hotels :30 p. m. Leave Stanford 4:00 p. m. Special and Careful Attention to Packages which are carried and delivered 1 1 1 at reasonable rates No. 271 Leave Calls at Campbell House, No. 143, or Huffman's Meat Store Ffus ymjLvL&&s (1 Rates: Stanford to Danville, $1.00 c0 B .,l?j Taylor Auto Livery Co. Danville, Kentucky . v German-America- sLillBBHSiilllllBiH ' fr BBHllIIIlS? High-clas- CHAN wJ Famous For L& EL 11 s& Its Marvelous Motor i j "iii t 7i Catarrh is a Real Enemy and Requires Vigorous Treatment to-da- y, 1-- Stella-Vita- e THE GUARANTEED TONIC - - - -- TJPv''" ''' "' '?' FOR WOMEN has been in successful use inthetreatmentof thosedlseasea peculiar to women for more than third of a century. For nearly ten years it has been sold under a plain, positive guarantee to benefit. .Less than one bottle out of every one thousand has sold for abeen refunded for, and every refund has been satisfied. claim Thousands of letters like this praising Stella-Vita- e and telling of benefit to suffering women have been received. lira. E. n. Russell, of Mill Springs, N. O., gratefully writes us as follows: " "I was in a most wretched condition; had palpitation of the heart and would swell and bloat in a most Stella-Vita- o Chandler Leads AH Sixes npHE Chandler leads all Sixes indeed all medium- cars because it offers so much X priced high-grad- e more for so much less. The powerful and flexible Chandler motor, brought to a point approximating perfection by Ave years of refinement without radical changes. Bosch high tension magneto ignition, the world's finest system. (Used by Plcrco-Arro- w, SIX REASONS FOR AVERY KEROSENE TRACTOR SUCCESS The design and construction of a tractor is mighty important. Study these special features in the design and construction of Avery Kerosene Tractors and you will understand why they are making good on any size farm large, medium or small. Fint Avery Tractors have a special sliding frame which makes possible the elimination of tho intermediate gear, shaft and boxings. An Avery Tractor has tho least gears, the least shafting and the least beardoublo drive tractors built which means more ings of any power and longer life. Second Avery Tractors have two rear drive wheels and two speeds a big advantago over single-driv- e tractors. and Third Avery tractors have slow speed, heavy duty opposed motors light automobile motors. not Fourth Avery crankshafts aro tho diameter of the cylinder or more. You don't need to bo afraid of having broken crankshaft. Fifth Avery motors have renewable inner cylinder walls. These wearing parts can bo replaced without buying an entirely new cylinder. Sixth Avery Tractors aro entirely free from all pumps and fans. All Hitch easily broken and troublesome parts are done away with in the construction of an Avery Tractor. All these features are fully described and illustrated in the 1918 Avery catalog. The valuable information which it contains will make it well worth your time to read over. Ask for one. Can Demonstrate an 816 H. P. Tractor to You at Any Time. two-speed, one-spee- gears, for motor shafts. (Used by Packard, Winton, Mercer. Cadillac.) g ball bearings Annular (Used by Packard, in transmission. light-runnin- Pierce-Arro- d high-spee- d, one-ha- lf distressing way. When I began I weighed 108 using Stella-Vita- e pounds.- - Now I weigh 135. I am more thankful than I can ever tell you for the great good this wonderful medicine has done me." Mrs Russell was at that critical period, tho 'change," and her Qincere White, Stutz, Marmon, Mercer.) Solid cast aluminum motor base, extending from frame to frame. (Similar design and construction used by Packard, Locomobile, (bronze), Winton, Stutz, Mercer.) Silent chain drive, Instead of noisy Seven-Passenger Locomobile, Winton, White, Stutz, Mercer, Cadillac, Marmon.) g Annular ball bearings In differential. (Used by Packard, Pierce-ArroLocomobile, White, Stutz, Marmon.) g Annular ball bearings In rear wheels. (Used by Packard, Locomobile, White, Stutz, Mercer, Marmon.) And scores of other features of design and equipment of equal excellence. light-runninlight-runninFour-Passenger Locomobile, Winton, w, gratitude for tho blessed relief will bo understood and appreciated by every woman who reads her letter. Stella-VIta- o has proved a boon to suffering womanhood, to young girls approaching their flrs,t vital period, to women uppioaching tho anguish ot childbirth, to women approaching the strength'changoofllfe." Stclla-vlta- e ens tho fcmnlo organs and promotes SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES Touring Car, $1595 Roadster, S1595 ' Four-PasDispatch Car, S 1675; Five White Wire Wheels, SI 10 Extra Convertible Coupe, S2195 Limousine, 92)395 Convertible Sedan, S2295 s. All prices I, o. b. Cleveland) Come Choose Your Chandler Now J. O. Newland, Stanford, Ky. regularity in tho monthly function. No risk of less is taken by any suffering woman who tries Stcll.iVttae on our guarantee of tho first bottlo.' and will All dealers sell Stella-Vitreturn your money if it does not bone-f-it you. Don't put off u trial. J THE PENNY DRUG STOREI ae D. H. PREW1TT, Danville, Ky. CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO J p The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, April 19, 1918 : Page Seven Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and Six wers T sonalhas been made under hs suPervision since its infancy. no f1 and ?.e t0 deceive yu in tbJs. are Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health but of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment. wScScSSSkJkSSk Just-as-gol lA' 7r 7Tv? " Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, ,T a"d Soothg Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids eiving Sf ft?latI,0V)f Food; The healthv and aatui sleep. Panacea Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A GENUINE yyJBears the CASTORIA Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THK CeWTAUB COMfANV. NEW VOWK CtTV. tended came to Rowland with the expectation of going to Jcllico to have the knot tied but they were followed here. They gave the chasers the slip however, and taking an auto, caught Shelby county was asked to buy the Northbound, rather than the $229,000 worth of Liberty Bonds. Southbound train and were married She bought $630,000. in Jeffcrsonville the next day. Mrs. Matilda Cox, aged G9, is dead Buy a Liberty Bond today! in Rockcastle. "bless the President of the United States, the King of England, the President of France, and to hell with the Kaiser, Amen." "0 Lord," prayed Evangelist Boyle, got license here to marry Waters- - at the community re- Miss Carry Moore Stringer. One vival he is conducting at Hopkins-vill- night last week Mr. May and his inBa-coe, BLESS KAISER? HARDLY! A week ago Mr. Sam H. Mav. of Prepare The Soil 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 fore-carriage today's factory cost. Ask Your Neighbor About Them John Deere Stag Sulky and Two Way Plows In Stock We Can Make Delivery Any Time Riffe Brothers, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY Which Is More Urgent? FIRE INSURANCE You fully realize You would not allow your house to remain uninsured over Federal court decrees dismicsinir indictments against Fred W. Weit-zel- l, charged with embezzling bank funds while acting ns receiver of the First National Bank of London, were upheld by the Supreme court. The day. lower Mrs. Jessie Baker and children, of agent court held n receiver is not an and Somerset, have been guests of her ished of a bank penal cannot be pununder the section of the pnrents here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Girdler Tate Federal bank law. have returned to Somerset after a LINK IS LOOKING FOR JOB NOW visit to friends here. Reid Conway came in from Philadelphia Saturday. He has been Rheumatism Kept Him Off Job Six Months Tanlac Treatment very ill, but is considerably imHelped Him. proved. The oil drilling outfit will bo f moved from the Blain farm to Cum"I'm out lookimr for n job since berland county, where prospects for tfanlac Rheumatism Treatment help- oil are said to be good. Tho islam tt OW1U ItlUUIIItltillll OU 4IIUVII) well is a "dry" one. Gussic Link, 108 Berry street, DayMr. John Averitt and wifo, of ton, Ky., near Cincinnati, where Bradfordsville, brought Mr. F. M. many folks are taking Tanlac RheuC' Yowcll home the other day. He had matism Treatment and finding it highly beneficial. been with them on a visit. M Mr. Wm. Fields, Miss Ruth Fields "I hadn't worked for six months and Corporal M. F. Fields motored to before I started taking Tanlac Richmond Saturday. Treatment," Mr. Link continued. Mrs. F. M. Yowcll has been with "My rheumatism was so bad that I was down in bed. her niece, Mrs. Fidlcr, at Lebanon. Marion Fields has returned to "I had rheumatic aches and pains Miss. John Fields is at in the entire lower portion of my Waco, Texas. body. It was impossible at times W. B. Noel, of Gravel Switch, is for me to even move my limbs because of the pains. The shooting the guest of T. L. Carpenter. Mrs. W. R. Williams is back from pains came in my arms, too, and I the South where she visited her chil- was stiff and sore all over. dren. "I tried all kinds of medicines but W. J. nnd C. E. Campbell have nothing seemed to help me. Finally J bought tho J. P. Goodc property on a neighbor brought me home a packDouglas avenue for $1,000. age of Tanlac Rheumatism Treat Stanley P. Stephenson has organ-ie- d ment and 1 tried it. fola troop of Boy Scouts. The "That one package has put me on lowing youngsters have ioincd: John my feet. I'm still taking tho treatWesley Hocker, Carl Hicks, Redd ment and am getting better rapidly. Thomas, Sam Reid, Harold Childress, I'm looking for a job now and I Charles Adams, John Riffe. Mr. Ste think I'll bo able to go back to work phenson is scout master and A. J. before loner. Adams is assistant scout master. A "I'm certainly pleased with Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment and reccommittee composed of J. W. A. II. Baugh and J. W. Davis ommend it to anvbody who suffers THREE will use its efforts to increase the from rheumatism." membei'ship and otherwiso assist the If you suffer from rheumatism Casualty lists made public by the get Tanlac Rheumatism Treatment organiation. today! It will do for you what it War Department iccord 234 casualget ties, of which eighteen were officers, IT'S FOOLISH TO SUFFER has done for others. You can TdAlac Rheumatism Treatment at the largest number of casualties yet reported by Gen. Pershing. The lists When So Many Stanford People Are The Penny Drug Store, Stanford. show 23 killed in action; three died Pointing the Way Out. Take Tanlac, the famous tonic, of wounds; seven missing in action; You may be brave enough to stand this spring. It is purely vegetable six died from accidents; 17 died Imilds nr run down svstems from disease; 80 wounded severelv; backache or headache or dizziness. nnd health. You But, if in addition urination is dis- and brings strength and renny urug 98 wounded slightly. Nearly half of all the coal proordered, look out! If you don't try can get Tanlac at rne duced in the United States is mined to fix your sick kidneys, you may Store, Stanford. I in Pennsylvania. Buy a Liberty Bond today fall into the clutches of dangerous disease before you know it. But, if you live more carefully and help vour kidneys with Doan's Kidney Pills, you can stop the pains you have and avoid future danger as well. Don't experiment use the remedy Stanford people are publicly endorsing. Read this case: Mrs. Belle Hiatt, E. Main St.. says: "My back pained me dreadfully. I couldn't do my work and if I stooped I could hardly straighten up again. I had dizzy spells and I couldn't The action of my walk straight. kidneys caused me a great deal of annoyance. I had hemmorhages of the kidneys also. I tried many different remedies but got worse all the time. My case was almost chronic when I heard of Doan's Kidney Pills and got some at Penny's Drug Store. This medicine helped me right away so I continued to use them until I was free from backache and my kidneys were in good order. . I keep Doan's Kidney Pills on hand and whenever I have any return of this trouble they have never failed to help me." Price 00c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that HUSTONVILLE Misses Martha Tucker and Mary Wilder returned to. Richmond to resume their work at Eastern Normal. Mrs. O. C. Riffo has returned from Decatur, 111., where she left her father, Dr. J. T. Bohon, doing nicely. J. G. Weatherford is back from Fort Orgclthorpc, where he went to see his son, Elwood Weatherford. Miss Kate Bogle spent seevral days in Lexington with her sister, Miss Elizabeth Bogle, who will soon go to France with Dr. Bnrrow's unit. y A. J. WcJdlc nnd wife, A. C. nnd wife, and Nathan Hicks were in Frankfort a few days since. W. M. McKinncy went to Louisville n few days ago to consult a specialist. Joo McWillinms, of tho Rolling Fork section, died last week of a complication of troubles and was buried Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Traylor and Mrs. A. P. Hunn, of Stanford, were hero Sunday. Mrs. Bcttic Jones, of Mt. Salem, is the guest of Mrs. W. M. McKinncy. Jesse Lnir, who is attending college at Georgetown, came in SaturCof-fo- iT WHAT i WOMEN CAN DO Miss Nora E1IW cores for GO head of stock on her homestead many miles out of Pendleton. Ore. This spring she is going to plant as much grain ns she enn care for. All work on her farm is done by herself in addition to keeping house. Mrs. Sophie Windier, of Heron Lake, Minn., farms 320 acres. She with her two daughters, the oldest 18, do all the work of feeding more than 200 hogs and superintend the care of more than 60 haid of cattle and growing many acres of grain. Mrs. J. B. Williams, of Fort Fairfield, Me., farms 300 acres, doing much of the work herself and superintending all. Last year phe marketed 20,000 bushels of potatoes. tMisa Lucy McGinty, of Belprc, Kans., worked night nnd day last summer raising food crops on her widowed mother's farm. She had GO acres of corn and last fall planted 120 acres to winter wheat. FARM vM Jp ffV m iLJ A fJS yr J J W'fSL Wi. Mlvfe lwl J mWm0xj )mvcl hi yaI $ to t(le -- has sweetmeat bcnsflt- - I J 3 & peasurs the economy of a 5c VVRiGLEV'S the Package of the fa- - ?HMf4mW MlilmMMi MwsMCli ll v& 3 vorlte "SV73t raVlon" of tbc ftl,l8d artriiGs' send i? t0 your f riend the front: 5 4 A11JT VSII M Vw! l 11 X Ato )$wl longest Easfirjg -- irs the fianciest' re- - 4 3 c fresh ment carry he can S Hat-tiesbur- g. W Hw EUERV ME&L dk J p Thz Flavor Lasts w; Hos-kin- s, 1$0 fflS.? !M ? President Wilson yesterday com. munueurca me icauing Atlantic anu Gulf steamships and ordered thorn under control of tho Railroad Administration. This adds G3 coastline vessels to the present 48 under Government control, aggregating 400,000 tons. i Indicted on the chaige of interfering with the draft among his own lace, Dr. J. E. Henderson, a negro doctor of Springfield, shot his brains out. LIFE INSURANCE Important? Oh yes, you intend to insure after awhile when "a little better able to do so." within a week or a year, than your house is to burn. You will surely die. All men do. You are more likely to die Mrs. Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. The War Department has decided to make the German prisoners of war now held in this country earn Hiatt had. Foster-Milbur- n Co., p Bay from GoodrichUtalcrt Important? it. night. Your house may never burn. Comparatively few buildings ever do. ' If your house does burn, your property is destroyed, but you can still provide for your loved ones. Your income remains unaffected, your earning capacity unimpaired. all, or for an insufficient amount, Death destroys at once nnd irrevocably, in whole or in part, tho income that provided for tho daily wants of those you love, the income that was counted on to feed and clothe and educate your children. their keep. Orders were sent to tho army officers commanding the enemy prison camps at Forts McPher-so- n and Oglethorpe, Gn., urging them to utilize the labor of tho 1,370 inmates in completing a now system of roads about the posts. I from Am ocas oacis kt xJplK el80 J S .(fFrSif V'T py ji si X Z7. M SECURE certainty of sen ice in Tested Tires. They frive euro service because it is proven service. Their endur-vEnnco am' n"'eaSc have been proved in the one n to assure mileage to the motorist, on the car ou the road' j TIRED, NERVOUS HOUSEWIFE TOOK VINOL tNow She is Strong and Well Berkeley, Cal. "I was nervous, irritable, no appetite, could not sleep, and was always tired, so my housework was a effort. After many other medicines had failed Vinol built me up and made me strong, I have a good appetite and sleep well. Every nervous, weak, ailing woman should try it." Mrs. N. Edmunds, aio7 Dwlght Way, Berkeley, Cal W ask every nervous, weak, rundown, ailing woman in this town to try this cod liver and iron tonic on our guarantee to return their money if it fails to helb them. The Penny Drug'Store, Stanford, Ky. If your house is not insured at If your life is not insured at all, or for an insufficient amount, Hearken to that 1918 message, the roads of America send American motorists. Last year Goodrich, launching six Test Car Fleets in six widely different regions of our country, took Goodrich Tires, and with light and heavy cars mauled them over sand, gravel and rock roads of plains, deserts end mountains, to try out YOU Your Wife and Babies Carry the Risk 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 friend has had his homo Carry the Risk Your friend has had his lifo insured these 30 years, and is now an old man. He is fortunato 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. GOO! TEOTEDameriRES What those tires endured doubled Goodrich's pride in its tires. They fought America's roads through 4,178,744 tire miles. They conquered the roads of America in that phenomenal mileage, thoso BLACK SAFETY TUEADS and SILVERTOWN CORDS. Let .American motorists listen to this message from America's roads. It means time and money Every War Savsaved them. They get lasting service with the tires ing Stamp Is a step towards Peace. ,that have won the title, "America's Tested Tires." fr tat at vry iiii...... .M WHICH IS MORE URGENT? SEE ME TODAY! grt R. M. Newalnd Headquarters for All Kinds of Insurance THE B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY Louisville Branch: KHui CMartch Branch Dopot nil 305 W. Kentucky St., Louisville, Ky. i THE CITY OF GOODRICH J.Ttflti.lJii,,J3CJSii7ftU-.l-ilHJtl- AKRON , nihTc trice jflO t s ?; TfpsiiJSi&F&tUj OH IO. 5AlM:M Page Eight LAND. STOCK AND CROP J. A. Carpenter, of Boyle, sold 12 hogs nt 10c. W. C. Pcttus sold to Snmmlo Anhogs nt IGc. d derson eight D. P. Cnin bought of G. N. Gnssan 10 yearling heifers and n cow for $G04. Lots in the Mullignn addition to Lexington on the Russell Cave pike 85-pou180-poun- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, April 19, 1918 JUNCTION CITY MARRIAGES After April 19th, you can buy and Alex Milby and Miss Pollio Reynolds were married here Thursdny. sell, or cat hens. Miss Louise Cook, of Danville, Mnnford Price nnd Miss Maggie Mcece, popular young Somerset peo- wns the guest of Mrs. Louis Krciner ple, were married first of the week. Sunday. Mr. Clarence Figg of Cincinnati, Adolph Nncf nnd Miss Annie Stnmphley, both of the Ottenhcim is at home resting up after a spelt section, were mndc one on the lGth. of sickness. Mrs. Ellis Preston and son, FranAndrew Jackson Gobcl obtained license Tuesday to marry Miss Maymc cis, of Danville, were here Saturday Hail on the 19th. Both are residents between trains. Mrs. Kate Grubbs, of Bradfords-vlll- e, of the Wayncsburg section of the came up Thursdny to visit Mrs. county. Amos Shearer and Miss Mollie H. F. Ewing nnd brother. Don't forget the K. E. A. next Phillips, both of the Hedgeville secat the Boys High tion, were mnrricd here Thursdny by week, April 24-2- 7 Judge T. A. Rice. They took the School Building, Louisville. Mrs. C. W. Hundley and little son, 2:28 train in the afternoon for a Estelle, of Irvine, were here among briday trip. Mrs. Kntc Bastin Mitchell, daugh- friends and relatives this week. The ladips and gentlemen of the ter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bastin, ii Inside Painting Refinishing of furniing done in style by Buy W. S. Stamps Buy Liberty Bonds ture and piano polishs 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 first-clas- averaged Tribble $G42 & ing about 135 pounds nt 17 E. II .Wngcrs, of Mndison county, sold to Gnrnett Million 128 hogs that averaged nbout 200 pounds at c. & Bowling "" per acre. Wade bought of Es-trid- gc 100 hogs averag- A. Shanks Whitley Ave. W. E. PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY S. G. Anderson, of Gnrrard, re cently bought in his county a car They nvload of hogs nt 1G ernecd 200 pounds. Oliver Snvdcr, of Mt. Sterling, 111., sold n Poland China hog weigh- ing 910 pounds to Chris Pendleton per for $138. GO. He paid 10 There wns a dock of 70 c. for county, sold to B. W. Hubbard, of jnck Georgetown, a four-ycnr-old 17c. Dr. J. W. Scuddcr, of Madison $800. -j l-- ' formerly of Pittsburg, but now re siding at Uavc utty, wns marrieu Tuesday to George E. Harvey, a railroad man. The bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bastin, live in this county and she attended school here a dozen yeare ngo. She is a very handsome man nnd is an accomplished well-know- n d. musi-jiound- s. A record price was paid for a CATARRH Btccr nt the Bourbon Stock Yards, ni T.miisvilln. when an animal was' of Quickly Ended by a Pleasant, Germ Bold to Duncan & McPherson, Bourbon county, for $15 a hundred, Killing Antiseptic. SI higher than any price paid on ( weighed that market. The steer The little Hyomei inhaler is made 1,385 pounds. - of hard rubber and can easily be carE. P. Woods shipped to Colum- ried in pocket or purse. It will last bull calf he sold to L. F. Humbcr a V11",0: inhaler you pour a few Into this for 8100. The calf had to go by drops of mngical Hyomei. freight, the express company refusThis is absorbed by the antiseptic ing him because he weighs over 300 gauze within and now you arc ready rii v,tn,onf of Son nnnnknn td breathe it in over the germ in-- v fested membrane where it will speed- f S n tlmn killing T, w Tnmv, iiniichf of V Uoid ?n nV beein Us work of al germs. Hyomei is made of An, hogs , . nlian cucaivmui ,combined with -, ,. .so r . u. iir'n ., tvniKcr, or oi sumu tr cents: oi " weight, at same price, and of Jacob nnt to breathe, " "'" Gander 17 of same at 1G 4 cents. uw,, lc ,s puarnmeeu w umnsii has shinned three cars of Mr In ' 3-- cinn. " ""' ct'titlv and has a wire for another. Miss. Mario Munday, of St. Louis. who hasi been with . Mis?s Annie Green . .. - .i i t ii- l0,iay l0 Vlsa "s ut "I haven't the money" is no ex- cusc for not buying a Liberty Bomi. You can rnhe $2.50 for a cash pay- went on a S50 bond, iour bank S. H. S. DEFEATS HUSTONVILLE per will loan you the rrt at t Stanford Hish School's baseball c "t Ain't that fair enough? team went to Hustonville Wednesday and after playing a splendid up1- -1 K i- and colds or money out a stuffed up head in two minutes. Sold by . ,The I'enny Drug atorc , 1. nnn nriirrmsLS cvervwiiuif. Complete outfit, including inhaler and one botte of Hy0Ule;( cost3 but 'lottle if aftcr- "lc. while be obtained o- ward any druggist. ,tra hill contest most of the game, finally won out, 8 to 2. Young Ashlock uitched a good game for the S. II. S. boys, allowing but two safe hits. For Hustonville. Rcid did fairly well in the box at first, but gave out toward the last, and the Strnford boys taking adantage of this and a few costly wild throws, overtook the west end lads in the sixth inning, and after that all was rosy. Somerset is the attraction at tlic ball yard this af' Stanford ternoon. The line-uP. Tanner 2b: E. Tanner c: Spragens ilb: Capt. Hill ss; If;McKinney 3b; Welburn cf; Holman rf; Craig Ashlock p. Hustonville Murphv c; DICK no.. aii Vnrlnv If: Gann 2b: Rio THE GREAT DRAFT STALLION ncv Jrf . n. Riffe ss; Tucker cf;.I. RifTe lb; Reid p. The score uy in- Sired bv Georire Hurr ninBs: G Will make the season at my stable R.H.E. mile from Crab Orchard, g tI g 73 22 At $10 to Insure Living Colt H.H.S. Dick Hurr is a perfect draft typo; is THE STREETS NEED OILING 1G hands; weighs 1,500 pounds;' 2 The dust has already begun to fly is compactly built and has plenty of bone and finish. His colts show for, and when the weather gets good and dry it is going to be unbearable. Oil- themselves. jnR time is nt hand and it is hoped Will also stand at the same time nnd a move to have the streets oiled place my three gieat mule jacks ,v:ii started at once. Who will be the first to get busy? Instead of At $10 to Insure do the One is the well known Bun Gaines letting the Woman's Club business work this year, suppose the or the Dudderar Jack; the Jesse Fox ,r, hand The Jack, a fine fellow, G years old and. men take the matter w. n fonrl hrnniler his colts show tin'i'uiiuis ui with any jack; also have the great by tender their services. Stigall Jack. Sec all of them before AT HUSTONVILLE TONIGHT you breed your mares it will be Several from Stanford will go to to your interest. Hustonville tonight to see "Female W. R. GAINES, Crab Orchard, Ky. Masonerv" presented bv a capable cast of local people. The play is a very interesting and amusing one ik va and from the large number of seats sold a great that have already-beecrowd will witness it. p: HURR one-quart- er I 12345 789 00010120 48 00200000 02 Baptist church are to have a play FARM LOANS for benefit of the church soon. Mr. F. T. Burke was out Tuesdny Orer 3 Million Leaned Through in his new Oldsmobilc, with his.wifo This Office and friends. He is learning fast how to run it. Miss Terah Moore and cousin, Miss Anna Y. Woods, of Lexington, INSURANCE drove over in her Buick Saturday to see relatives. BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Mr. Ben Evans, one of Garrard county's veteran school teachers, Ckeapiida & Short Lexington, Ky. was here last Friday with his brother. Mr. Jack Evans. Now is the time to raise gardens Now is the time to plan your to beat the kaiser. Put out plenty of cabbage, tomatoes, corn, oats, Orchard, Lawn and Garden! and less tobacco and hemp. Mrs. W. B. Surber has had a new Our large descriptive catalog fence built around her property and of reliable Fruit and Shade Mrs. Caleb Johnson had a new shinTrees, Small Fruits, Shrubs, gle roof put on her house. Evergreens, Grapes, Seed PoElmer Dan High, Starks Rector tatoes, Strawberries, Asparagus and Claude Rowsey, three of our inEtc., if free upon inquiry. We dustrious young men go next Frihave NO AGENTS. Write to. day, the 2Gth to Camp Taylor, in day. the second draft. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS Miss Kate McFarland and Mr. Catron chaperoned a party of young Lexington, Ky. folks to Blue Licks Sunday afternoon, where they gathered pansies and romped over the Knobs. Mrs. Frank Powell and baby, of Danville, have kept house for her fa- Mti I rcpreient the largest and belt made ther, Dr. J. R. Steele, while her moclothing house In this country ther wa3 at the Lebanon hospital. Ed T, Pri't and Co., Chicago. Ill, My experience in measuring and directing the male Mrs. Steele came home Tuesday. ing Mr. Charles Hundley, Jr., won the aver of your clothes, agives me the advantage practical tailor. If you one who Is not gold medal for selling the most Lib- will give ine your order, I will promise you a erty Bonds of all the Boy Scouts at qunro deal. Ton will get the worth of your , the Irvine. He sold $G,300, being over higher either in My cheapest grades or the prices. $3,000 ahead of his nearest competSPRING AND SUMMER itor. Is for your la Mrs. Jennie C. Grubbs returned line of samples now now readymo show yon. ipection. Can and let from a two days' trip to The Hall, DTTP1 C"VPract,cal Ta"01 Aliceton, Crain's, Locust Grove, . I.UrLlCj 1 RxAKroBD. Kt. the Mitchellsburg, in the interest of Domestic Science and Poultry and Pig Clubs of Boyle county. L. Beazley & Co., Mr. Everett E. Owens, of the Sophomore class is the possessor of One two unique pieces of money. piece and the other of them a a nickel with two tails or V's on it. Everett found it in some change. Eight thousand, five hundred dollars worth of Liberty Bonds were sold by Messrs. Louis Kreiner and Charles Harberson to date here. The names and amounts are in P. O. on a chart. Go look at it and buy A Bond for yourself and Uncle Sam William Grubbs has gotten fiftv-on- e Ky 42, subscribeis for the Springfield O., Farm and Fireside Magazine and won a tool knife and lawn tennis racket, and a pair of boxing gloves and may get the phonograph for extra work, as he has secured 45 now. He is to canvas Boyle and Lincoln counties till June 15th in his race for one of four bicycles to be givn then. 5 Per Cent W. KING & SON Cream Dairy Feed Feed your milk cows Cremo Dairy Feed. It is a mixture of Cotton Seed Meal, Alfalfa Meal, Gluten Feed, Molasses and Mill Feed. We hava sold this feed for more than a year and know that it is fine for milk cows. 16.5 per cent protein. We have this in 100 lb. sacks. R J. H. Baughman & Co. INCOXPOKATKD To the Public: nnni-y- You Can Get 5,000 to 10,000 Wore MHes" out of them by using Gates Half-Sol- e Tires lf HC J. We will put them on (or you and change your old tires Into new ones at about one-hathe price youwould4 have to pay for new tires, y J Your tire comes into our plantrworn and'scarred' from service, and we deliver it back to you' the same tire made oversize and with a brand-nenon-ski- d tread of fresh rubber. Not a square Inch of your old tire will be in sight, and you will not be able to tell it, from a new tire. . nftTrr-4-'Tinr- f. Are absolutely guaranteed for 3.500 miles of wear without a many users are averanlna from 6.000 to 10.000 miles. . nuncture-an- d You cannot get this kind of guaranteed service from any tire on the I e market without paying two or three times the cost of a Tire. . LET US SHOW YOU V Don't throw away another worn tire until you have Investigated' II you are paying the tire bills you will be In-- 1 me uaies nan-aoiterested and we re eady to show you how to keep In your own t Docket a bis Dart of the cost bf new tires and get better tire service' than you have ever had before. We guarantee It. " Undertaker Embalmer Phone Stanford, Undertaker Embalmer U International Rubber Sales Company J. B. Williams, Mgr., Danville, Ky, G. H. MASTERS, Local Agent, Stanford, Ky. 1-- jat '"""' IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES James W. Baldock, aged 8, is dead in the Evona section of Casey. C. P. Cecil, the Danville grocer, has sold his interest in the store to his partner, Mr. Beckwith. The judgment holding valid the Anderson county local option election was declared void by the Court of Appeals. The case will be tried Monroe Doncghy, who killed Josh Adnms at Danville, was given a sentence of not less than seven nor more than seventeen years in the J, C. McCLARY Offlf FhB 167 Horn Phon HI DR. C. B. RYLE Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary College Cincinnati, Ohio aBslKKilrwOTW. f !lifc j&fe3ffl "fel i4 s a21liar VJ3t&. 35tbbbbbBbbbbL again. am. mm,mh. wmmm V?.S3--"sr:r??V jy ft a good job and stamps Mr. Hamilton as expert in his work. Walter Delaney, a negro barber at Richmond, was arrested on the i charge of violating the espionage net, but his case was dismissed by U. S. Commissioner Warfield Bennett. Delnney is a Crab Orchard will make the season of 1918 nt my product and frequently passes thru barn on the Stanford and Milledge- - Stantord en route to ins um iimnc ville pike at $10.00 to insure living; colt This jack is lb hands high, Surveying Leveling and has proven himself a great breeder. Care taken to prevent ac- Be sure your title is good. Let me cidents, but not responsible should survey your land purchase for you, any occur. nd make certain. Will go anywhere At the same time and place nnd on same terms will stand a good M. C. Newland, t 1 m P n r. Has procured an office and will locate in Stanford about April 15th, 1918, for THE BAILEY GARAGE Secretary of War Baker in a letter the practice of The Bailey Garage has had "Did to the officers and men of the AmerIt" Hamilton paint a sign on the ican Expeditionary Forces, made his front of its place of business so public by Gen. Pershing, praises the large that all who run may read. It courage of the American troops and n penitentiary. Eager to get to work, Charles M. Schwab dropped his private businesses for the duration of his services with the Government, and yesterday tackled the job of Director General of the Emergency Fleet IKaSl if BLtaWr iWiBLBBBM 'sm "i i VJ jdMffrs." " Ynmr Tf HHHBBM 4bIbbbbbbbw7( BBBlArrSBlBBBBBKBBBHiW SbbbbbbbbbbbLbIbP 3Hh jHHHI WftjT ibbbbbbbbbbH is assures the men in France that the United States is hastening a tremendous army to their assistance in crushing too Hun. EU Want200Farms To Sell BOTH BLUE GRASS Let me know by letter or card and I will come mad list and sell your farm for you. I have a lot of Buyer now and it i no trouble for me to tell your farm for you. Will Hit farm anywhere within 50 miles of Waynetburg. Proa-pecti- Registered Jack Can't Help But Admire Gabies Every Woman Casts Loving Glance at the Nettling Cuddled la its Boaast, and AND KNOB FARMS ROWLAND PEAVINE 6053 Stanford Percheron Stallion known as the Ilenson horse. This horse is widely known for his style and good breeding qualities. You can get you Highest prices for your should not overlook this stock. I land, stock, crops or household goods. 3k your inspection nnd patronage. Sales Cried Anywhe- W. C. HATCHER MoraUat 10HN B. DINWIDD1E. R. F. D. No. 2 Moreland, Ky. AUCTIONEERING FARMERS! Get your fertilizer at once, on account of car shortage. Leave your order for wire fence now. I have a good stock on hand. Come and select yours. E. T. Pence, Jr., AT-m Stanford Joy and comfort to know that tailed of pains and other distresses that are said to proceed child bearing; may bo avoided. No woman need fear discomfort if sho will fortify herself with the well known and remedy, Mother's Friend. This Is a most grateful, penetrating, external application that at onco softens nnd makes pliant the abdominal muscles and liga ments, uy regular uso mo muscles expand without tho usual strain when bnby U born and pain and danger at tho crisis U consequently less. Women everywhere vlio Iiavo used this famous remedy tell how they entirely avoided nervousness, twitching spells, beating down and stretching pains, and rclato how they enjoyed entire freedom from tho many debilitating and dl.trcsslng experiences usually Incident to approaching motherhood. Mother's Friend Is recommended only for tho relief and comfort of expectant mothers, thousands of whom liae used and recommended It. It Is for external uso only, Is absolutely and entirely safe and wonderfully effective. , Write tho DradflcM Regulator Co, Lamar Bldg.. Atlanta, (iu., for their "Motherhood Book," so valuiblo to expectant mothers, and in the meantime obtain a bottle of Mother's Friend from the druggist today and thus fortify yourself against pain and dl comfort. ' thcdo much It is a Monroe Thompson WAYNESBURG, KY. Chestnut Stallion, Foaled May 14, 1912 Sired by Rex Peavine No. 1796, by Rex McDonald No. 833, by Rex Denmark 840 1st dam Bourboniste No. 9297 (full sister to Bourbon's Best) by Bourbon Chief 976, by Harrison Chief 1606, by Clark Chief 89. 2nd dam Judy Oliver 6407, by Red Cloud 2197, by Indian Chief 1718. 3rd dam by Wilson's King 2197. 4th dam Daughter of Sim's Clark Chief 2575. Rowland Peavine is a rich chestnut, with star and snip stands 15.3 full weighs 1100 pounds; six years old. As you will see from the above breeding, he has the blood of the best show horses Kentucky has ever produced, and is one himself. You should see this horse before booking your mare. You rare-l- y ever have the opportunity to breed to a horse as fashionably bred at the small fee of S. C. B. Leghorn Eggs of the best laying strains, for hatching, nt all times. For sale by MRS.-L. BERRY Phone No. 74 Kentucky HustoavUIe, R. A LIVING COLT Will make the season of 1918 at my stable on East Main street. Money due at birth of colt or when mare is parted with or bred to other stock.! $20.00 TO MURE J. C. BAILEY, Stanford, THE INTERIOR dURNAL-$l- ,50 Ky. A YEAR! .Vti nAfr K jv fWMr3Sjii