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No. 57 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, July 16, 1918 ROGER CALMESE WOUNDED Mrs. Emma Calmesc is inrcceipt o, prop-nrntlo- Tuesdays and Friday) EDUCATION AND THE WAR Tho Department of Wsr and tha Emergency Council of Education are urging tho Importance nf the youth it tlio land continuing their education n n patriotic duty. The government want V:c students to May In high irhnol in. Ill tlty Rratt-uatn and then go to college, In for tho call for trained men nnd women nrcdrd now a a war asset, mid to ill l.o ni.'od-- d hi t'ic rot-va- r pe. rlod a a gimonil pace asset Young men, under tfe draft age, must realize the gresl advantage of Mayl:iK In rollcgo for tho take of so. curing tho preparation which will inaVo them raou usofui to their coun. try when the time of .lecd cornea President WIIon sayr "I would particularly urgu upon the young poo. Ile who are having cur hlrh schools that as irany of them ni can do so avail themselves tlili yisir of tho op. portunlty offered hy t.'to colleges nn technical school to the end that the coijutry may not lark an adequate Mipply of trained men and women," At Manila Dorey tho order: "You may fro when you arc ready.' The youth of our land mut not bo Impatient to fire before he Is ready. Io one ippvMif Hint thrt war may or ran he won without every ounce of brain and brawn nvr.llaliln, and thn sii. pn me call It for trained men. 'I ho colleges furnish Uioho men and wo. men. Do you know that 85 per mt of our government leader are collgo men? From President Wllnon (low u, through uvery momter or liU eabli.et tho head ot the Red k'rosi, tl e Food and Fmd Administration, tho commanders of tlic Now National Army, all are eollego men he drain ujsm this colleges for government son Ice tinn been groat, hi that there Is urj'tnt neod to Increase the ant lily. The high school graduate T)f till )tur must 1111 this demand. The cilhgfs of tin country are making oery provision to meet the falls of their countr by adding to tnelr rouriOM of tudy thone branches of training tmpwlully nwded by the gujirnment, such ns mechanic. Ii3mists In gas defurue research, Imc terlology, tcl(rjpli and radio' work, nir photography, ote Most of the aicorg ihem Uorgtowr. Col. lege, Oiorgoiowa, Kentucky, will. .ultiibtf'opetritiK In September". Inau. DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER WITH THE CHURCHES James M. Ferguson, of New AlUnion prayer meeting at tho Bapbany, Ind., was drowned while at- tist church Wednesday evening" nt tempting to swim tho Ohio at Louis- 8:15. Rev, Mahan, of Garrard county, ville. 0 will preach at the Baptist church nt Claiborne county, Miss., with negroes, the usual hour on Sunday morning. population, Tho Ladies' Missionary of the went $350,000 above Its quota on War Snvlngs Stamps. Methodist church will meet WednesKong Wans, from China, n member day at 3 P. M. with Mrs. Marshall ot thn claM nt 1919, recently gradtiatud C. Ncwlnnd. A scrvlco flag hearing' ten stars, n year ahend of schodulo at' West representing one. tenth of Its membors, Point, stood twelfth In his claM. Scnnte leaders predict the passage was unfurled at the Springfield Meth. before the end of tho week of tho cdlnt church. A donation party for the benefit House resolution empowering the President to operate telegraph, tele- of the Ladies' Aid Society of the c phone, cable nnd rndio systems dur- Baptist church will bo given home of Mrs. J. S. Rice on Thursday ing the war. Joe Nenl, a soldier, looked out of evening, July 20th. Alt member of the window ns his train pnsscd the church aro most cordially invited through Ashland. His head struck n to attend and bring n free will offer ing. tree nnd his skull was fractured,-Hi- s Boycc Tnylor, he of tho most 'discondition Is critical. Four men were killed nnd about loyal sort, has worked himself back 25 injured when n C. & O. train col- into charge of the church at Murray. 17,-00two-thirnt-th- j;urato uli.lary tvctlon of the, charge ef afi.j All sludontil ttry uoH wllL and receive ' nil lided with three motor cars running close togchcr near Louisa nnd carrying 35 section hands. Kentucky' quota for tho student nurses' reserve has been set nt 7.10. Women who volunteer will bo used In hospital work in the United States to take the places of trained Ked Cross nurses sent nbrond. Senators nnr Representatives be gan leaving Washington Sunday, ex cept those who will serve on recess committees, for n holiday until mid August. The House Wnys nnd Mentis Committee will work on the Revenue bill during the recess. Government control of the tohne-c- o industry nnd possible rationing of "smokes" nnil "chews" mny result from the demand of the allied armies. The War Industries Uoard has made a careful Inventory of the pro duction nnd consumption. No wnnt of tobacco by the allied nrmies will be permitted. In nn effort to equalize the price of sugar in tho face of prospects for nn Increase this fall the Sugar Equol iration Hoard has been created by the Food Administrator. The board will have power to take over facto ries unable to sell sugar nt n reasonable figure because of the higher price of beets and freight rates, The Busch family, of SU Louis, bought 11,000,000 worth of German training under the ril- - war bonds which were sold in this War In country for propaganda and for tho of tho l" S, Army purchase MMW8PaPcrsF according to IK the rnllli. n tollrijprWued by A. L. PwJ7 .. a. nC,In the army veummtMt)mwjt9, jr. , lusl col-jcp- WMB .:... Ai yw?? "' - trto ere - of the He pmmt ir.kLvi : SlKM ifelted 1 rkM iMMd ." a r:ti jjiior &y ' 't'lhi in W a,XNHt Is, ustfWc MlYjl9.f.-- WS&i!'1? l tW SM Mnf IV fv.?rf ftlo'colle ;',...' ,jrHfitkj 0Cl .urtol 102x2: &&& ?- - "i-- )kW"Jf.Bi,'' declaring ' f- li'l Inst Mvrtrtimenf "- yvr OUic Jmtw, nil Sen-- 1 .urMswr. ill v6vfor that he AMNtMuCbchMen if$ feople. vC'MHf j dMtetM Mw nee merely to carry tk'lfcitaivWbns of the law that by the ponu. M m. IWp from on country to another in atrcratt. Tniusrse was inai in me Albert of Belgium en to'wf nnd Qujtn Elizabeth when they "srtiVm crosseaapc cnnnnei in seapmnes anu yislted IJflglr.nd on the occasion of wye' been o silver nnniyersarj' i the wedding ijaflafnfln the monarch's of Great Britain. A the yo royal escort accompanied them. k?g;aS a' patriotic Paris celebrated the anniversary of lhe fall of the Hastile with n pa. VH lor.tanfchr-T-Mrrade of heroes of nil the Allies' armies, men 'who had distinguished foYiCrab- - Orclurd Mrs themselves for valor in tho contest frfalrtolu? autocracy. 'ChaW' forKlng's Mountain -- Dr againstthe French, First in.thoparadc then followed the wore Americans, whose appearance wns A? (h airman fotv'nyneburgHe ' E. hnlleJ nt every step by cheers from crowd. Girls threw flowers upon Chairman for HuttoiMI rMr. J s tho thent nnd spectators gavo them a t 't? rousing ovation. Belgians, Cnnndinns MISS MANIUIJ iu: nnd British followed. In New York ClMlrmajufojfcfl llunty. City the Tricolor was unfurled over rr- i. r,r,'f,-- t tho entire metropolis nnd tho day was em; yniy jeople who celebrated ns was the Fourth of Jufi inero r M)Uld h K4 by tak ly. lug Clumberla AaaKw for n week DOING GOOD ycu on'i cr dim) MlAMttMBBWA Few medicine have met with mori f them rWHffUaWfl . t , call, 11a Id I in mo, n. y'.liiwsivi l.qr pxpirlenci'9 'n ffivor or accomplished moro good than Uiu u "I Imd a bad I hambcrlalnN Colic and Diarrhoea rfs talk is. about n ltumody John K. Jantrcn, IVlmeny, stomach Pak, says of it; "I have wed Chan', , and was troubled for two iii weeks with gs and severo berlaln's Colic and Dlarrheca Hcmedy .. . .. r: .. .. and can uiu jpy jiauta in .i n in uiy siiiumcii, iur inyyolf and In my family oxmptlotmlly It at being nn c!ruRglt advUed mo to tako Chambei. ''s &t , In In's TtthleU. I took a bottle homj fine preparation" and tho flrit Oose relieved :ne wonder. Nc feW" faily, and I kept on taking ihem until Admiral Benson yesterday said 'V of r7ftvrC I was cuiel" Theie tablets do not that tho strength havetho Gorman high been increased rcllovu pain, but after tho palu h: seas licet may Iten relieved nmy pievent its reoo. by 25 per cent, by tho seizure of tho Russian fleets, but declared ho was mHmJmuri 'urreuco. confident ,of the ability of tho allied aJu I'. It. Feland and family, ot fleets to deal with the enemy should ceburg. motored up Hunday ho venture out. W.nt tlm day pleatfantly nlth Mr The Interior Journal $1.50 a J. T. HacKlcy, their unrld l1" '.., i'.'l ..".. , '"Bi w ;riithVnrst time In the history of th.wfld o King and Queen made n tc r . ' rj Ft SY0E SFh miUistf year in advance. peas and ferns. At the conclusion of the enemjEackll the ,way to ther the Marne' in the rethe gamas, delightful ices were serv railway-sltiB- g ed. Those who enjoyed her hospital gion Southwest of Jaulgonne. This ity were: Misses Nclllq, Wilson HjW, position' nov.'s being- held. Tho Jean Wood, Sara Wood,- Sopm French ;,43eiieral commanding tho Sophia Saunders,, 4caajPax!n.A' I euBiofiarmJe qji. this sector sent nntte Wearen. Sadfe WearenAfar a congraiuiawry;message mis aiier-riod- n to, the American General com-- m gdret Shafct, Mary Hock'rJ Belle ? a riding the forces which beat back RuaBcll'Anri!e1j'f:Mmncy uwa tho enemy. At 5 o'clock the Germans IHCIVUUlUy, UU(;ilBuaauciu4 Holtz"claw, Licqc IrolUclawfeLettic (were shelling the American forces. s, Ma-- , but were getting shell for shell in reW. McKinney, turn, and thir fire seemed to be dirion, urinses.BnaiTwjini..iune3x minishing. The Vaux district is conv ' NICE jAmoTION CE1 paratlvely quiet now. On the Amer" '.NevmWmts tHafr. John Orsley ican right heavy fighting is in progHeld'-ha-s been givejfcotJier promo- ress. tion, thii. thnto'flw position of mile front East and On a sixty-fiv- e Ctilef Inspector of" the L'berty Mo-t- West of Rheims the Germans yesterofd Works 'n St, Pa.uf, Minn. Ho will day launched their there at least fix fensive, only to be held in check by Co. 70, Cth Reg. U, S. A, EPtr be Itatiohod the forces of the French nnd AmeriBase Hospital 30t--A P.' ,0. T2. mon'thS. -- Tho position is a very one, but this paper is con cans. West of Rheims the enemy, unfident that it will nut proire to be too der a rain of shells, was able to cross PROF. IRELAND H UtmAnuykji for tho efficient young man who tho Marne at a few places, but East ' ," down, V ' n short the cathedral city the tenacious '. Friday after. fna,sbcen selected .to hold it ., was here L41V suiliry la u jiuauaM uu im;i. i 111113 resistance of the Allies held them rtoon, returning from lit. Vcmon. seem to be coming Mr. Iteid's way gains. Along the where he held instituto last week. Ho and his legion of friends back home to the minimum of Marne between Fossoy and the rivwork and is in great demand for that aro delighted at his gjod fortune. Surmelin enemy and platoon has already held o large number, Mrs. Rcid and John Owsley Reid, Jr., er bridges were mowed down by the while he has engagements for others left Fridey night for St Paul to join American gunners. that will, taka up his time until his the husband and fnHicr. The Allies are hemming in Russia school nt BellcNiic opens. He is the on three sides, and the opposition to health and has every appicture of HANDSOME OLDS WRECKED the Soviet Government daily is inpearance of a man who gets the host Sunday morning the family of Mr. creasing. To Vladivostok the British of tho thiutrs thataxc going. A"cd John M. Rankin came to church in have sent . ... On the i. WolburnA .atalUr rtton-'wgr-fiiow he liked his adopted nome, ne their handsome new Oldsmobile nnd Jrun.iansk coast the Entente forces all3y7Thrceis'greirton''of the Prcsl said: "Fine, but you know that I its smooth running nnd well kept making progress southward with chureh'with the solo by Mifes ways have been foolish nbout Stan- condition occasioned many compl- are opposition from the Finns, who no good ford since I used to live hi the jMe1Jiwfl. imentary remarks. That afternoon are showing themselves decidedly an-- ti vm town. Smith Rankin, son of Mr. John Ranare German. The Czeclo-Slovak- s ft A BIG SUCCESS. kin, and a friend, Earl Taylor, were nearing Moscow. TSn nt r,t iho ntil TCImtrlrtf' Intnl. AUTO DID STRANGE STUNT driving, when all of a sudden the nen Somerset, conducted byAtessrs A Ford car occupied by Messrs. machine began cutting didos and SUBSCRIPTIONS MUST BE CASH. Hughes & McCarty, ot this cUy. and C. T. Johnson, William Highbaughcr wound up by smashing into a rock An order has gone forth that print by the United Realty Co.. of and Steve Baker did an unusual fence in front of the home of John papor must be conserved, on account Wilmington, N C, was u most sue stunt sa' those gentlemen were com ma- ot the scant supply of the material of S. Baughman, of Boyle. cesful one. Soveral simll farms ing into town Monday morning to chine was badly wrecked The both which It Is made. Included In the ornnd brought satisfactory prices, while th work on Senator R. L. Hubble's new young Rankin and his friend Taylor der Is the demand tkat no credit bo lots, numbering about 100, sold well. home. They were driving ot a very given on subscriptions anil, no fre--i Hughes & McCnrty's work in con slow pace when the crossing in front were painfully hurt. They had a nar copies of papers given anybody This row escape from death. ducting the sale wns commended, s home was of Mrs. Mary-OwsIs the most strlrgent ordor of tho war whllo Col. John II. Dinwiddle, the BETTER STICK TO HIS LAST. struck. The front wheel bouucoll so far, but It has come and must be of Morelind. auctioneer, "Doc" Davidson, cf Stanford, Ion: heeded. So beginning with next Issue around and in nn instant the machine fairly outdid himself crying the sale. had turned turtle.. Bakor was con his ranie at the eleventh hour to go only those who havo paid for thelr A mixed band, compo-e- d of member siderably bruised up but the rost estho ballots as a Republican candi- Interlor Journal may expect to get the or- cf the Sclenco Hill and Somerset caped injury. What made the "Liz- date fot Congress In this, the Eighth paper. It is not the wish of the mancanlzattuns,. assisted by George F Hon agement ot this paper to take this zie" do such a thing will probably I'istilct. ?g:ilnst his of this city, made good music Wo tic n't know move but an order from authorities never be known, but it made things Harvpy Helm & McCarty "presented the Rol Hughes interesting for a few seconds. whether Doc. Davidson is a horse doc. whose commands must bo obeyed. Cross chapter of Sotrtrset with a Really wo dislike to do It, . but we tor or a hunnn doctoi, but If ho is I rtty pony, which was sold nt au. good one either for man or beast our .niuct CRANE & HARMON Won for J112. SALE THURSDAY. srovernniont which Is at war, Is calling On Thursday next'lSth, Dinwlddb loudly for Uoc's ericos and rom nt MRS. WILLIAM McCARLEY DEAD BIG CROWD GATHERING Mrs. William McCarley, who was Owens, the and Mora. I'S neighbor ought to applso him as A Stanford gentleman who was nt Crnb Orchard Springs Inst night told bind farm brokers, will disuse ot tfe he will still be looking for a Job after a Miss Brco llove die nt her home the I. J. that there are at least 100 scellent farms of Cr.ui" & Harmon, the Js'oveniber election. Jessamins at Rowland F'Mcy night of suloicu-losi- s after a protracted illnes. Beguests nt that popular summer resort ncir Perryville. Roth aro very destri County News. -- 2 old ton sides her hus'o.nd, n and thnt many more will come this ibli places ind of just the s.ze that HIKE AND PICNIC is left to feel keenly the loss of a week to be on hand when the press nil well. They aro In n high s.tato Eleven young ladies from town boys gnthcr. Looks like, tho grand of cultivation well located end In one "hiked" out to Dudderar's Mill on loving mother. Deceased yns a member of the Bnptlst church and old summer nnd health resort is go- c the best communities In the State Dix river the other day nnd enjoyed was a most excellent woman in eving to break its own record in point If you aro wanting a farm you should a picnic. At noon a sumptuous dinner of nttendnnce this year. They say tee these. A large lot of llo stock wns spread and every one of the gay ery respect Her burial occurred In Buffalo Springs Cemetry Sunday af- "Ma" Willis is seeing that a splen- - will alio be disused tof. party enjoyed it very much. The af- tcrnoon after appropriate remarks, did table is set nnd that old ham nnd ternoon was most enjoynbly spent in by Mr. J. C. McClary. fried chicken enn .always be found "PUNCH" BRADY ROBBED wading, boating and playing games, on tho bill of fare. ' returning from a visit and it was with the greatest reluc- JACOBS SELLING MONUMENTS As he was to his best girl last night-'Arnol- d Mr. Harry Jacobs, the monument Judge H. C. Rice, of Richmond, Brady, known to his friends ns tance that the crowd dispersed at G o walk back men, was in Casey county the later passed through Sunday on his' way "Punch," was knocked down and rob-be- d o'clock for a home. part of the week. He sold a number home from Louisville, where he had near the crossing of the L. & of monumnts ii that county. He has been on business. The judge made nn N. on Lancaster street He was reIN A QUANDARY secured the contract for a very largo enviable record in the last Legisla- lieved of several dollars. A bruise on I was out on a granite monument to mark the rest-- , expeture, nnd his many friends all over flic Side of. his head showed that his dition nnd as I wns going Into the ing place of George W. Ilunn and the State would like to see him go up assailant did not handle him very church door I shook hands with an in family, who were all killed when n. higher in representing his country, gently. telligent looking young man. I asked train struck their car at a crosing' men. Ho back of Millellgcville some montha him: "Are you a christian?" CAUSE OF DESPONDENCY. snld: "No, I am a Bnptlst." Now I since. CHAMBERLAIN'S CHOLIC Despondency Is often caujeil by In. wnnt to know why can't a person be AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY and constltpatlon, ' "anl a christian nnd a Baptist? Are they PUY YOUR CITY LICENSE Now 13 Uio time to buy a bottle of iPrestion All those owing city license will this remedy so ns to be prepared In ijubkly dUappeara wl.eri 'pfieinber separate and distinct? It seems so in please come forward and pay them A Baptist. cue that ary one of your family Urlaln's Tablets are Ukftn vThoia some cases. to me. This will keep me from coming thould have nn attacV of colic or Olar. latlcts atrengthen 'he .dljestlon anl to sec you about them on your busy IN THE SAME BOAT. ihoea durlug tho summer months It n.bvc the bowtls"V , A near sighted man wenr to a ros. day. W. A. Carson, City Clerk. Is w)rth a hundred times its cot when RED CROSS NOTES Inurnn' without his classes and when neodod Mtssrs W 1. Kuns and son.TUid. The gauze hasWeSh received nnd the colored waiter handed him a bill Lieut Edward Leo Garrof and Carl nil workers aro asked to report for of fare, ho said: j II have to get yen well Evanb. left HustonYlflyfMomlay Frolorlck Baude, two Louisville boy's, work 'on their regular days. The D. t: read It for mo" "Ross'. was thj for Musclo She.ils. Ala., wlitjro thoy have pad tho Buptcme sacrflco on tho A. It.'skwill work Wednesday morn- r.ply, "excuse me I aln't'ijot no edu. will muraRt' In work on tUe'.Kiverinnent cation, either." ll,''' I ing and afternoon. i battle-fluid. of Franco. MaTsy-Grimeor long-expecte- At a prayer meeting the other night a handful of members decided they would reinstate him as pastor and they did so in a jiffy. It remains to be seen whnt the rest of the members will do about such n job being put over on them. The revival srvlco being conducted nt the Klrksvlllo Christian church l) Itev F M. Ilalns. it drawing large congregations and Iho membership .ind entire community Is being greatly revived nnd bcntiled. Dr. Rains presents strong sermons nnd Is a Miss Katherlne magnetic speaker Varrlner, of Hustonvlllo, it leading tho singing and Is delighting every one. Richmond ItegUter. At the Sunday narnln'r service of the Methodist church The Message from from the People of America through the Four Minute Mn to the People of France wns read by Dr. W. D. Welburn. A motion was made by Mr. M. C. Ncwland that Hit "Message just read be tho sentiment of America's millions; that it be. delivered to the French Ambassador for transmission to tho People of France, nnd that this congregation of the Methodist Episcopal ehureli, South, nsscmblcd for Worship, in othcompany with with thousands ers, 'this day salute our ..noble, aUy,, the Republic of France.'rThc resolution was adopted by the entire congregation standing, during tho sing-Inof the Mnrcellalse. by Miss Edith C.. of the following letter from h.rrton, Roger Calmcse, who has heon.&lng real fighting in the trenchenJCin France for somo time. YountJw-mes- o had the misfortune to receive a wound made by a piece of shrapnel and he tells about it. Friends back home sympathize with him in his mis. fortune and feel for the mother and sister to whom the young mnn is so near and dear: Somewhere in France, June 12. Well mothMy dear sweet mother: er, how are you getting along at the present? I am not doing so well. I am wouded. The wound Is doing very nicely, however. I was wounded by shrapnel during n heavy bombardment. I nnd the rest have already done our share in this war. They say if you get two Boches or one, you arc doing your share, but wo got more than our share. I got my wound through the small of my back to the abdomen on the left side of the liver. If fever does not set in, I will be well in time. Do not worry because I nm not going to die. We fought n fierce battle and won on the 11 nnd on the evening of the 12th, I got my wound. We went through the Dutch so fast that our major recommended most of our platoon for tho French War Cross. Our platoon chrised the Boches so fast that we got three-fourtof a mile ahead of thdrest of our troops. You can tell the boys at honje not to be scared of tfye Boches, because they cannot fight, and you can tell them that, I hove done "more than my shareI am getting very dizzy now, so JL must dose. 8is.tcr.jl With nil my love to yoii-an- d would have written se'oSj?rif I haI v.,, . -- v been able. TWENTY.FIVE TO FORT THOMAS The following young men left on passenger train No. 2V for Fort Thomas Monday morning, whore they will go nt once into trninlng for service In Undo Sam's army: Allen Ray Evans, John 11. Gooch, Eddie Wade, Alvin Padgett, Jesso J. Flor ence, John C. Lee, John W. Martin, John T. Dunawny, Alfred Farmer, Hugh F. Sandidgc, Ed Griffin, Ash. by S. Burkett Sam Estcs, John W. Smith, Millard Hubbard, Gamiel Gourley, Green Young, Joseph Kidd, James VanWinklc, Isaac J. Greer, A. W. Mercer, W. B. Sampson, Mose Baugh, Claude Bailey, Isaiah Yo cum. These two young men went to Lexington for training at the Uni versity of Kentucky: Hubert Rcy- noldsnolds, Ernest Gooch. MRS. TRIBBLE'S FIVE HUNDRED Mrs. W. A. Trible was the charm- ing hostess nt Five Hundred Friday liss Mary afternoon in honor of Hockcr, of Knnsas City". The house WITH THE ARMY ON THE MXrWE the Gwman prisoner captre"d in the counter attack by Um Americana at the, bend on the' Marne number between 1.000 and l'.BOO. They in clude' atmptele brigade saff.'Tha vrith fierce intensity in ttii:&trict, while tho battle rages witfo .equal ferocity on the right, where tho French are reported to have delivered smashing blows against the enemy. It appears that the latest German offensive, at lea' for the time being has been v shattered. The Americans nr mand the river front at the l the left of the bend the famo man Tenth Division has man peated attempts all day to cros all assaults have been smashed ntnnHldlv w..... , directed , firO'of the- 'AtutBFr , aican gunners, ana-no"inluw-fc'- j r man had succeeded ingeUBf..egi at this point vp to 8. o'cleekfcHiHiBtV' A strong ..American" counter attack Jfe completely" .SJEr' South of., the rivM-beaupset fightitHf-'corianu'es if if f u I .1 l A L i -- was artistically decorated with sweet treat TheAmerican theiGeriane,'oVbro"cera',r troops- - &foffft i tH ,,,'t,..,, tf y,. . . ir t. ... n k i .1 ley tow'n-iman- six-ye- ar i ' five-mil- soul-winni- -- f s w. v -V rriiiK -- kasa ma V ,; - 5fcLsaUL-- . &!& The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, July THE INTERIOR JOURNAL C C Wlta a4 J. H. WrlftT fam4 4 tkt fttlUt tt tunftr. If-- . GREETINGS TO THE EDITORS Lincoln county esteems It n (Trent honor to have the Kentucky Press Association meet nt its famous health resort, Crab Orchard Springs, where Its members can rest from their lawaters nnd bors, drink hcnlth-plvinent fat spring chicken nnd other good things to their soul's nnd stomach's content. Fully cognizant of the pressure under which they nlwnys work, their continued nnd ungrudging service for the public benefit, for which they get no pecuniary reward, the sick nnd distressed, sympathizing with the bereaved nnd g writing in tendcrest nnd words of their dead, devoting their lives to unselfish ends, the editor is nt once the hardest worked nnd worse paid man of nny community. HJs therefore n plensure, even to those unable to join the happy throng, to know there are occasional surcease from labor nnd rest from duties well performed. No class of men arc doing more to hearten the country or to uphold the administration in its every effort to win the war, nt once the bloodiest and most brutal ever forced on a pence-lovin- g people, If there is a disloyal editor in the State, the fact hns not been dis closed. Every man of them is striving to the limit to accomplish the greatest good for the greatest number by efforts to eliminate the rule of beastly potentates nnd to substitute the right of the people to govern themselves. The President frequently calls on them to aid him in his efforts nnd never has his calls fallen on deaf ears. The country owes a lasting debt to these patriotic and unselfish men and Lincoln county people in general, and the editors of the Interior Journnl in particular, extend the heartiest welcome to each one of the honored members nnd trusts that histay in this best of God's country will be so pleasant nnd profitable that all will come again and often. Gentlemen, we salute you I Whatever we have is yours, and if you do not sec what you want, for heaven's sake oblige us by asking for it. p com-fortin- tr prnise-bc-stowin- 16, 1918 Short Term Investment UNITED STATES CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS 4 2 Per Cent. Safest Investment in the World Pays your money back 1-- THE JULY DAYS ARE HERE Cool, Comfortable And we have the Cool Clothes for the boy, just as we have them for his "Daddy." We are showing a nice line of "Palm Beaches" and Wash Suits. Also a nice assortment of Wash Pants for the boys, age 5 to 18 years. Outing Shoes Up Ja&P "1 r& I Mi i ; our custom of just received a new line of Keds, handling none but the best, we have In keeping with Oct. 24, 1918 Mr. Farmer with the big wheat crop, bring us the money and we'll furnish these Certificates in any amount. We have bought $100,000 worth. Have only $60,000 left. canvas rubber-sole- d I tops of a specially ' woven, fine grade of canvas, used exclusively in Keds. shoes with The Ku0O cy Caps too. Lincoln County National Bank "CORNER NEXT TO THE V COU' HOUSE" s Stanford, Kentucky Tennis Shoes in all sizes. Soldier hats and officer's caps and fan. We are headquarters for Men's and boys' Hot Weather Clothing. McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" An erstwhile popular song; asked "Hns an)body here seen Kelly" It might now Willi much propriety he re. lived with tho qucrry "Has nnyoody here heard of Hrynn?" We do not to hate his ii.'nie In tho public prints for a coon's ago mil the rhautaumias eier havo coaed to exploit him A pacifist s'tus without honor In any country ami Mr. Itryan lievlng been tried at a crltlchl tltiK-nnfound wnntinr there Is no m.n lioJp In him The man who was once the prldo of millions of Democrat oms to have been dropnesl from d MR. FARMER: Place your order now for No. 1 Riding Plow, Disc Harrow and Superior Grain Drill. There is danger in delay. STANFORD, KY. W. H. HIGGINS. no compulsion, but every There c'dler and sailor Is urged to get the benefits of the war Bisk Insurance by the government made over a period of 20 years. On the death of the Insured the benpflclary Is paid $57.59a jnunth for 240 months, lwwiWi'w carried the maxlJiimamount of $10,000, the lump sum lu no case being payable In case of wounds or Jlsablllty ample provision is made for the care of th tufferer. It Is a big Improvement on the ppnsion system and as tho rate of premium Is nominal, nearly all of tl In the service nre availing them. fives of the liberal provisions o"-- e The success in salvaging ships that have been sunk bv to ralsi the Lult-inia- . They may be able to secure tlte tieasur; ho tarried but t.i-- i murdered men and women and children, the victims of Hun brutality, Will forever remain in the depths of the si, to cnusi nations uiibotr. to rurse the monster who sent them to untimely ends. to att-'inp- t hnttiiis!f ut3" Urltish Kaveniini.ni M If Judge Hcnson, of Henderson, can find no other reason that Judge Stttl.' to the court of shall net be app' a'i! Mian that ho failed to fl.n of his Intent to remove tr. i otic Frankfort when he was elected to the position ho hrs filled go acceptably for two or thrpe terms. andU'fltie Is tt.erefnro Inrllelblo re Is d pendTfrTi on a mlshty weak straw. The Judge has always claimed his refldfnco in Howling fJreen nnd has never failed to tote there loth In the prlnnry an J regular election. If Judce Ilenson can rive no other reason for the retirement of Judge Settle, ho ought to retire from the race This Is no time for Inlr pllttlng and for turning out faulifu' nnd capable ofliclils to gratify the am. bition of others by no means as effi i memory to work out his future In sack The Advocate says that Mr. W. I". loth ami nshos As it general thine Glvcns, of the Shelby City section, ii pacifist wont do to trust, no mutter heard the singing of katydids the other night. Could it be possible that ho protests his loyalty our good friend mistook tho bniying-othnt Ked Cross mule Mnudo The death of Judce C. A. Arnold, of Garrard, is a distinct-los- s, not on- for the song of the katiesT Surely we ly to thnt county, but to the State, arc not within six ns well. He made an excellent olllcinl short weeks. ns county judge, nnd just ns good n citizen before, during nnd nfter he Mr and Mrs W I'. Tlbbsls. of Som. thus served his people. A man among erset, announce the rr.1rrl.1re t thlr men nnd n gentlmnn nil the while, he daughter, Aotn Mildred, to Mr fit will be sadly missed by the many who Hunt Mitchell on July 4th xt 'ovrg knew nnd admired him. town t h-frost-doome- d -- f : Auction Saletj .) Choice Farm Lands OF- - cient. sustained the decision tint the legislature had lhf right to abolish tho state lnuranc rating hoard, a sinecure In which sev. oral fortunate gent'emen hae been ivlng; In eate, while they tolled not neither did they spin In tho case ol the new board of health, tho rour. to have struck a snag as It has rendered no do Wen yet, merely say- lrg that the Injunction shall stand till the court has had more time to hlnk over the matter. Tho only Ques tion Involved lb whether the new law violates tho constitutional provisln ilia', requires tho title cf au t to ex. prcts Its proIs!ons The court of appvals The kaltei "ays he does not lieilmo moro than a million of American soldiers In France and Ens- l.ind. Tho old brute Is not from Mis. tonrl, but he will soon bo shown that we'e got the iikii, we've cot the gum and we've pot the money, too, to Rhat. tcr his crumbling domain nnd sonJ lilto to kingdom come, lie mlgh' road his. ON Wednesday, July 31st At 10 o'clock A. ML, i on the farm that then ate Every man feels right with the world when wearing a pair of Dutchess Trousers, which are guaranteed against ripping and against buttons dropping off. It is "10 cents for a button and a dollar for a rip." Buy them at lory and see that this country never f;il led to accomplish anything It ut. tempted Mid that lit) Is riding for a terrible fall. It hns been dhck.ned that the New York Mail and Express newspaper Is owned by the German government and tho vice president and treasurer is tinder arrest foi perjury In making ROBINSON'S FIELD FENCE ' false returns of the real ownership Was there ever such u resourceful nation or one Out had so many willing tools to extend lu propaganda? Figuring by tho commissioner's re. port there upj SI KentucklatiH who pay Income tax on a million or more One person In this state, whoso name Is not given, pays on two millions. In the entire state 3.S&0 persons made income tax returns. A bill has been presented to con. gress to make the French national holiday, July H, a legal holiday in this country. We object. We. havo a Bufllclent number of holidays now. What Is reallr nefdwl la few mnm working days. We now have in stock 47 and inch Wire Fence 26-- i We will sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the following lands, consisting of about 203 Acres, situated on the Danville & Stanford pike, close to Boyle and Lincoln line 4H milesf rom Danville, the county seat of Boyle county. 5 miles from Stanford, county seat of Lincoln county; about 4 miles from Junction City, junction of the C, N. O & T. P. Ry. and the L. & N. Ry., known as the LOGAN FARM. Will be offered in Two Tracts, both to front on said pike, and then as a whole, and the bid realizing most money to be accepted. This land is nicely improved, well watered, highly productive; all tilable, and having two tenant houses and one large tobacco and stock barn. There is no better purchase to be found in Central Kentucky, either from the standpoint of quality of soil, convenience or desirability of location for a good home, accessibility to market, or yield per acre in crops. Well watered and thoroughly adapted to live stock. No waste land. Ownership is within itself a Guarantee of both income and profit. d Sale will be for cash, balance in deferred payments, equal amounts due in two and three years, with 6 per cent, interest from date of sale. Notes with lien retained in deed as security. Growing crops for 1918 reserved from sale. Possesion Jan. st, 1919, with seeding privileges to purchaser this fall. -2 one-thir- 1 CAROLYNE LOGAN DUNN, WALTER S. DUNN. TER Farm shown or information furnished on application to WALS. DUNN,, Phone 75, Danville, Ky. Capt. Thomas D. English, Auctioneer. W. E. PERKINS CJtAB ORCHARD, . KENTUCKY : ?r l The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, July 16, 1918 Miss Lissn Holtzclaw is the guest of frimds in Richmond. Mrs. J. W, Acey Is spending a few 1 vs3s BE PATRIOTIC AND DO YOUR PART In Winning the War for days with her mother nt Lancaster. Miss Anne) Carson has hnd as her guctt Miss Cecil llntson, of Lancas ter. and M!se Mary IOiiln1 Wood l'tnrl Kinhry ate lit Mltlcrslnirr mem-lur- s of the hoiiM' party of Miss Huih Ai;'n. Miss Mnrthn Severance Rancy went to I'ineville Sunday to visit friends. Mr. W. D. Kdmiton, of Crab Or chard, was n business visitor here Mondny. Mrs J F, Oonr went to Corbin Sat. unlay to sptnd some tlmo with her FALL IN LINE And get what's coming to you in SPECIAL BARGAINS at this store. Our hard and fast rule to clean out remnants, and odds and ends still hold here, despite the big advance in all goods Read and buy at a saving here. Suits and Dresses at 33 3 Per Cent. off. Plaid and Stripe Silk Skirts at $5.95. Wash Skirts, colored and White, 95 Cents. Children's Dresses, 2 to 12 years, 50 Cents. Challie and Gingham Dressing Sacks, 53 Cents. Girl's Middies, 50 Cents. Women's Middies, 95 and 50 Cents. Good Skirts, Cut from $4.75 to $2.75. Women's Gingham Dresses, Small Size 95 Cents. Women's Slippers, sizes 2 2 and 3, at 95 Cents. Women's Oxfords, sizes 2 to 4, $1.95. Wash Waists, $1 Value, for 75 Cents. v 1-1-- Your Country By strict economy, by lnuc)ittr. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lee Sims went to Shcppanlsvillc Sundny afternoon to visit relatives. I'millr.c K.illee and ltelirca wpr- - nii'-s- t of Mrs It II Wooils, Mrs. Kate Mngee, of Crab Or chard, has been the guest of her son, John Mngee, nt Danville. Mrs. G. T. Wood spent several dns with her mother, Mrs. G. A. - M.(r- vV3 m v- - saving your money and depositing it in the First National Bank and investing it at stated times and in as large amounts as possible in the Bonds ana Securities of our Great Country. "Otts-lt- " flllt, of Ilnrrcildliuit; PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mr. J. S. Hooker made n IiuiIiu-trip to London Fridcy. Mis Blanche VanDeveer went to Richmond Mondny to visit her brother. Mm. Hen Jennings nnd little Mary Mnrgarct Jennings nre guets of Mrs. Susan Ycagcr. Col. T. P. Miircim. of Catlrtts-burg- , in the guct of hit dnugntur, Mri. K. C. Walton. Mr. R. L. To.ld, of New Con nerstown, O., win hero with old acquaintances Sundav. Mr. nnd Mm. J L. McKeo Riff p. of Hustonville, wore in the rity with friend Sunday afternoon. Mr. Woodie Unit returned Mon day from n viiit to her slter, Mrs. T. F. Spink, in Hardin county. Mr. nnd Mrt E. P. Owsley, of On., nrrived nt Crnh Sprint; Sunday to upend jump time. K. H. Hutching, of Lex ington, nnd M. Johnson, of Wllmore "were husinc visitors to thin city on d 2 Drops-T-hin to jhi Danct ! "Goodnight to Corn Falni-Co- nu Peel Off With "OeU-It- " Ray, Klrlt. you can lauxh at tlrtit ihoei. or damp. bumpy callusta wrthcr. olblK of your corns,corn n the feet, the toea, hard and soft corns. corn-pullln- Swinebrond, nt Lancaster. Mrs. R. II. HaUon has returned to Lancaster after n visit to her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Hilton. Ci W Martin, ot .Milltord, onlo, who is lilting Chns. lentil, called at th J ttlc and kft his Milcrlptlon. Mr. George Owens went up to Hrodhend Syndey to see his mother, Mrs. Kntc Owens, who is quite ill. Postmaster II. J. McRoberts has been ill for several days but wa able to come to the office this morning. 1 j' Remnants, Remnants of All Kinds at Calico Prices. You can sure save money here. i Mr L It Huh't. I confined to hi' room by lllmss. John Dinwlitdlo sayn he ate too much Itrd Cross dinner nt tu Somerset. Severance, of the Y. M C nt ("amp Zachary Taylor, spent Mni'lay with hi aio'htr. Mr. A II Stxerance, here K. Everett, of l'tof and Mrs. M.ij slick, are guests for the summer of hr parenti. Vr and Mrs J. H. Collier at Crab Orchard. , Severance & Son WANTED To trade for 8 h. p. HAULING I hnve a good team FOR RENT Two office rooms.-J- . kerosene engine one 12 h. p. nearly and will do hauling of vnrioiis kinds Sec Mrs. M. F. Owsley or W. new kerosene engine, or will sell en- nt reasonable prices. H. C. Baugh-mn5G-Rochester. GG-gine. G. A. Parker, Crab Orchard, Stanford. p FOR SALE 15 good yearling Ky. FOR SALE A light Overland bucks and lambs, Southdown and FERTILIZERS Wo have Just re" four, 19 10 model, automobile, nt a Hampshircdown mixed. Also two of fertilizers Ten bargain rived a at $300. H. C. Anderson, China boars, weight about 100 forms cf anal his We also have plas BG-Stanford, Ky. pounds. Henry D. Baughman More-lan- d, terlnij, cement, etc. Junction CIt 51-Ky. Lumber Co Incorporated 50i FOR SALE One 32 Hupp road ster, four good tires, two cords, good FOR SALE Hotel property with FOR SALE Three sccond-handeFord touring enrs, one chain truck condition. Have no use for same. The 20 rooms; good outbuildings. Abunnnd several Ford tractor attach- price is $225. One Maxwell touring dance of mineral water. Doing good ments. I will sell nil of thec at roal car, 1910 model; starter. Fine shape. business. Location good. Will sell bargains to close them ojt. H. ('. An- Price $375. Ed Daugherty, Lancas- cheap nnd give easy terms. I. W. 56-57-Fish, Crab Orchard, Ky. derson, Stanford, Ky lfMf ter, Ky. n, 2t 2t 5fi-2I'o-lncar-load 4t tf d j llath n r It'e Kx R I IPPPP' Mfr. All (XI With ThU - Monday. I) Wrarpn, Mr. nnd Mm. Jo Mrs. Lizzie Pillion nnd Mim Krninr Hnys were guests of I.incasWr f. Sundny nmonjr corn removers In tho wnrJJ. Mm. Frailer Hurt nnd Mix John todnv. elmnlv bccAiisu-i- f - fan ," . BHIH''J"Vfl ..i I -- JlUMTWiirinnpl and alwaya worm. cvn Hilton, of CnibjCxdutrJ.-riipWlti-.i.mu irt "fietl-lt- .' " money- "nti-It,- " the Buarntd. lit their parent. Mr inooniynurow j, oack Hilton, out on Dannnd Mr..-- H conn but a trlflo at any druK atore. MTUbyE.Lawrence&Co.Chlcaso.Hl. ville pike. Mr. Walter W. Saunders, of the Sold in Stanford and recommendFirst Nntionni Hank, left Moudny ed ns tho world's bet corn remedy by The Penny Drur Store. friend I -. e If you win just touch the corn or callus with a few dror ot "OeU-It- .' Ktves to What a blessed relief It limp any You won't corn palnel more, )ou can enjoy thii dance Then to see how every minute. that corn or callus will coma right oft complete, like a banana peel and tvllhnnt the lennl naln la'JUlt won lets-l- f la the MgRtil seller derful. V Rmi 'Cult- U Mik. Com No- w- Mr. J. W. Acey will go to Louisville this evening to finish buying hotel, supplies for hi beautiful which will be opend August 1st. Mrs John Owsley Hold and John Jwsley. Jr. left Friday nlsht to Join ' r htioh.injl who will be- stationed nt l micipoll, Minn . for the six - norilis nt O-- Mm Lottie ll.irkleroiil. of London nd Mrs vAlbe Ilobbitt, of Snmcrtt, ive if turned lo their homes after n lt ot the heme of Mr. J. 11 Mc- Miss Susi Ver-nona- 'i.npue Thompson, of Mt. brother, Will Thompson, who is in training for service in Uncle Sam's army, wero in thecity the past week. .Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McCnrty, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. McCnrty and their guests, Judge and Mrs W. T. Davis, of I'ineville, spent a portion of last week nt Elixir Spring. Miss Miriam Mungcr, the attractive daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. M Mungcr, of Indianapolis, is visiting her friend, Miss Allie May Cummins, in the Enst End of the county. Miss Ellen Scott nnd visitor, Miss Mne Burns, of Covington, nre the guests of Miss Addie Scott, of Lancaster. Miss Scott will accompany Miss Hums home for n brief visit. Mrs. Eliza Hlnin hnd word from New burn, Tenn., last week that her nephew, Collins Gentry, son of Mrs. Helle S. Gentry, of that city, had gone to Camp Pike, Ark., for train-inj- r. Look Out For The 3rd Week Of Our 'd 3t 2t p r, Big July Clearance Sale Monday marks the beginning of the third week of our Big Sale, which we predict to be the biggest week oF all. A great many Bargains remain yet, and you should not delay in making your purchases, as this sale closes on August the st. 1 Postal Clerk Walter Singleton was here Sunday with the homefolks. r, Sllna Tnckett nnd Miss Snrn N. Xrollton Fridey night to bring back both of this county, were mnde home his wife and baby who Have one yesterdny. been visiting the former's nunt, Mrs. Little Miss Martha Lut'sford has Vnllnndinghnm, there. been confined to her bed n couple of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Dozier nnd weeks by illnes. Mrs. Jess Hukle nnd Miss Mnrthn t. son, Nathan and Jutin Dozier, left today for their home nt Fordyce, Hlnke, of Lexington, nre guests of Ark. They were accompanied by Mrs. W. L. McCnrty. Mr. nnil Mrs. Hays Foster nnd litMr. Hnrry Hill nnd little Virginia Hill. tle daughter, Jane Murrill Foster Mis Sophin Alcorn '" Knc to spent Sundny at Hoonesboro. -jj'Lnke Chautauqua, tvw 1 orK, to en- - Mr. nnd Mrs. A. H. Kidwell, of Irter the .National Service Acnnni tor vine, nre the guests of her parents, Women, which is so strongly endors- nnd Mrs. J. T. Dudderar. M t'i liv the rovernmont. She wn lie- - Squire nnd Mrs. Oscar Hobinon nnd Colonel James Mnret. of Winchester, Mr. Jrompnnicd by Miss Luln Mne Rruce, hnndome baby nre visiting Mr. nnd motored down from Ml, Vennn last Uof Danville. Mrs. F. F. Cummins in the East Knd. wtek tn see his sister. Mr. J. T Hack-'cnoconiwnled by hltt friends of the Mrs. H. I. Glasscock oi. I pretty little daughter vvnt to I'arksvillo Signal. Mr K S Albright nnd Mr Sunday afternoon to viit hor inr-cnt- s. 1'lnbort.m. Joe Hill, who came home from JfeL, J. T. Underwood came up from Newport, R. I., to help his frther, Mr. T. J. Hill, Sr., harvest his wheat, I'nrksville Sunday nftornoon to left Monday morninc to resuma his the burial of Mrs. William training. The Hills had quite n numMrs. Mnttie White nnd Mrs. J. S. ber of their frieti Is nt i) farewell Keid, of Hnltimorc, nre visiting their dinner they gave their son Sunday. relatives nnd ninny friends in this CENT-A-WORD ADS county. (Atli here are 1 eent word each liue. rash Miss Kllui Anderson Cummins is with order no m let than 9Se reh Wtue ) HEAR visitinu Mrs. Ira J. Holtzclaw, of FOR SALE A hemp machine, in Lancaster, nnd Mrs. A. J. Thompson good condition. II. C. Hnughmnn, of Hoyle. Stanford, Ky. CC2t NEW Clarence Jackson nnd Miss Mary thoroughbred FOR SALE-XfeJnne Snylor, both of the Fast Knd, Southdown bucks lambs nnd yenr-ling- s. JULY were joined in wedlock's holy bonds E. V, Cnrson, Hustonville.lp V last week. WANTED Cart or runnbout; RECORDS Jtidifc nnd Mr. W. T. Dnvi. of must be large for Indian pony. Jno. Jrs. I'ineville, have been visitinir L. Forsythe, Penny's Drug Store, irNOW L. nnd J. Davis' brother's, Mesrs. 57-t- f Stanford, Ky. M. McCnrty. I am standing my bull BEING HULL at Dr. N. H. McKinney. of Carlisle, spent Sunday with the family of Mr. $1 at the gate, with return privileges. ',;,!t PLAYED was returninc Also have a yearling Aberdeen bull for V. M. HriKht. He 53-cot sale. Sam J. Hell. from n busines trip to Louisville. WANTED." who went to St. Virgil Moore, Louis some weks tea to visit his sis- Icr cart and harness. Must bo almost position in as good as new. Give price in first PENNY DRUG STORE ter, secured an excellent for a while letter. Hugh Thompson, Chilton, Ky. that city nnd will remain FOR SALE OR" RENT My" prat? at least. residence Mis. Roberta Dlatn, who holds a erty In Stanford. Two-stor- y responsible position with tho Liabili- of seven or eight rooms. Six or seven E. R. Coleman ty and Casualty Insurance Co. at In- acres of ground. Located corner Lodianapolis, is spending her vacation gan Avenue and Lancaster street. A with her aunt, Mrs. T. P. Tupman, very desirable home. Possession Oct. . let. W. S. Fish, Stanford, Ky. 52-t- f and family, at Huitonville. ,.j ff Ty-le- Look At This! 'IVi y, 'IVfVRW Villi i Columbia m Mas T nt-trt- Records THE y. This Handsome Golden Oak China Cabinette, as shown here, is one of our ex" a3tftfw-0, iiwrw. tra specials for all the Third Week of our , sale. This Cabinette is worth $30 and is offered in this sale for the unheard of low price of only $17.50. Never was such a bargain offered in all the history of the furniture trade. " BaVi w Now Is The Time To Act If You Know This handsome Quarter-tere- d Golden Oak China Cabinette, only $17.50. :t r Bagains 1 AT Scm-handed"ra- L B. Sapp Furniture Co. LARGEST FURNITURE AND RUG STORE Successors to A. F. Wheeler Furniture Company DANVILLE'S rn rrvp. n"r" Y-1- " n'iir'M' m9 '. -- ' The Interiorjournal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, July 16, 1918 FR. any other laxative I have ever used. members of my family also use commend it highly." S Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has proved more satisfactory than it and we The other re- ( mi. From a letter to Dr. Caldnell written rrniKe, ouuo ix.stn street i'hifidelphla, Tx. 0 Syrup Pepsin The Perfect Laxative V Dr. Caldwell's Sold by Druggists Everywhere 50 cts. (2S) $1.00 A combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin that acts in an easy, natural way, and is as' safe for children as it is positively effective on the. Strongest constitution. A trial bottle can be obtained free of charge by writing to Dr. W:'B. Caldwell, 458 Washington Street, Monticello, Illinois. Charter Number 2788 Report of the Condition of M Rtierr Dittrict No. 4 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK close of business June 29, 1918 RESOURCES: Loans and discounts (except those shown in b and c) ......... $312,107.13 15 30 Overdraftfl. secured. 60,000.00 U. S. Ootids to secure circulation (par value).. .50,000.00 Liberty Lonn End, 3 per cent, and 4 per cent unpledged ... .. 35,150.00 Payments actually made on Liberty 4 2 per cent .. 2,300.00 37,450.00 Bonds (Third Liberty Loan)..- Securities other than U. S. Bonds (not including stocks) 49,614.58 owned unpledged 49,014.58 Total bonds, securities, etc, other thnn U. S 2,500.00 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription) 4,700.00 Value of Banking House. . v.- 4,700.00 Kquity in Banking House 3,500.00 . Furniture and fixtures 25,047.50 Lawful reserve with Federal reserve Bank. 23,917.54 Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks. . Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting 1,999.17 bank (other than Item 17) 25.91G.71 Total of Items 14, 15, 1C, 17, and 18 Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting 120.00 bank and other cash items Redemption fund with U. S. treasurer and due from U. 2,500.00 S. treasurer 208.50 War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps actually owned M Stanford, in the State of Kentucky, at the 1- -2 r - -- . Total, tiuiwmK $514,785.02 LIABILITIES: $50,000.00 Capital stock paid in '. 40,000.00 .. Surplus fund 1,30.80 . Undivided profits 1,030.89 Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid ..... .... Circulating notes outstanding "'2?S "?2 243.1C Net amounts due to national banks..'. 243.10 . Total of items 2 and 33 -.-- iOi0o.74 .-. Individual deposits subject to check- Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other than 11,j70.00 ....... for money borrowed) . Total of demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to reeervo, Items 31, 35, 30, 37, 38, 3D, 40 287,275.74 and 41 10.C00.13 Certificates of deposit (other than money borrowed).... 75.63G.00 Other time deposits.. Total of time deposits subject to reserre, Items 8G.23G.13 42, 43, 44 and 45 - " r"' -.- Total State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, Set: bank, do solmcnly swear I, C. Hays Foster, Cashier of the above-name- d that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. C. HAYS FOSTER, Cashier. Correct Attest: Subscribtd and sworn to before ' me this 8th day of July, 1918. Vinrk'PP gV W. M. BRIGHT, Notary Public. T. HARRIS, Commision expires. Jan. 11, 1920.' Directors. r. !1'.1.1...... - ' $514,785:92 YOU NEED A FLASHLIGHT. WE HAVE A GOOD LINE OF FLASHLIGHTS, BATTERIES AND GLOBES. PRICES A.RE RIGHT. CALL AND SEE . The Lincoln Tze Pharmacy r--i &&PJL ofo Notice of Dissolution Notice is hereby given that J. H. Baughman & Co., a corporation, will be by the unanimous consent of all of its stockholders, dis- solved on and as of date, June 29th, 1918, and that its affairs and business are now being closed. Notice is also given that S. Hk Baughman, J. H. Baughman, J. S. Baughman and W. B. McKinney, will on above date receive and take over the property, business, assets, good w.ll and trade marks of I. M. Baughman & Co., Incorporated, and will '"rtinue the business as a partnership, un" der the firm name of J. H. Baughman & Co., and in all respects as heretofore conduct-ed- , tr f. S. Baughman, W. B. McKinney, ' President. Secretary. WOOLGATHERING ORDINANCE CITY OF STANFORD LtABILITIESi Two sheep were making sheep An ordinance providing for and Capital stock paid in eyes nt each other Said th fprniiln regulating the use of Motor Vehiir.,o.o In cash LIFT OFF CORNS! cles, and Lights thereon, within tho l,8t0.0 "Would you marry'" Surplus fund . .......... r, City of Stanford, nnd Fixing Penalprofits loss exSome nnimaU bent their offspring. Undivided ties for violation thereof. penses and taxes paid 1,276.54 The sheep lamb hers. The City Council of the City of subject When n sheep wants n haircut ho Deposits check. 108,021.01 Doesn't hurt at all and costo Stanford do ordain ns follows; to 1. Section goes to the Kery motor vehicle shop. only n. few cents Time deposits. 10,510.00 when stationary, standing nt rest, Most nnimnls hnvo flcns. Uvnn the Cashier's checks -, .,.- r whilo on nny public alley, street or .....i. t...it i outstanding.. 251 'J3 Maplcl Just drop n. llttfV I'rwono lambs are fleecy. hlghwny within the City of Stanford, $125,392.03 shnll, during the period one hour af- on tint touchy corn, instantly it top 457.44, Report of the Rcscrvo for taxes. ter sunset nnd one hour before sun aching, then you lift tho rorn iH I with CRAB ORCHARDCondition of Tho RANKING CO., fingers. Truly! No humbug rise, and at such times ns atmospher- tio Doing business ni tho town of Crnb $ 143,925.6 lj Total, ic conditions render the operation of ' Orchnrd, County of Lincoln, State of Stato of Kentucky, such vehicles on such alleys, streets Kentucky, at the close of business on or highways, without reasonable ICounty of Lincoln, Set. T the 25th day of June, 1018, llumination, dangerous to traffic, carRESOURCESi Wo, V. E. I'crklnt and n.O ry lights ns follows: Motorcycles, at nnd CaiWef t Loans and discount. least one, and all other motor vehi$ 80,022.07 Skllcs, of the above nnmed bank, do golmn J; cles, nt least two lighted lamps.show- uvrniraiu, secured and statemmt and unsecured . ing wnite or tinted other than red, 551.27 ly swenr that tho above knowledge ; is truo to tho best of our Stocks, bonds nnd other lights, visible nt least two hundred securities 10,829.09 'and belief. feet in the direction such evele or ve. ..1 . t Due from bnnks t W. E. I'KRKINS, . . 38,192.80 hide is hended. and at least ten feet Cash on hand v to both sides thereof. 4,789.74 II. vi. orviur.o, nsuicr Banking house, furni finlicrrfhiMl nnd iwnrn in lipfnrfl 1710 1 Section 2 Every motor vehicle ture and fixtures 3,350.00 this 12th day of July, 1918. nnd every vehicle that is being trail0 Other insets not Included ed or towed bv n motor vehicle, shall J. T. CHAliWlCK, Notary ruoiic;, under any of above My commission expires Mnr. 4, 1922 while being operated or standing, or heads 189.41 stationary or nt rest on any public Corrpct Attest! alley, street or highway, within said W. T. Cover. 0. Raymond Sklle,i city, during the period, mentioned in Total. U.i.ri.iu J. A. Harmon, Directors Try Trcwonel Your druggi't sell n Section 1 of this ordinance, carry at No. 5132 tiny bottle for s few rrntt, sufficient to Federal Reserve District No.,4 least one lighted lamp, showing a REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF red light, visible from the rear, nnd rid your feet of every bird crn, soft com, or crn lietwren th tovs, and which throws a white light of suffLINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK icient force on the rear license or rnlliMH, without one particle of pain, registration marker as to render nu- sorcncwn or irritation. I'nivone is the At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky, nt the close of business June 29, o( a, noted Cincinnati genius. merals visible nnd decipherable for illtouvcry 1918 at least fifty feet from the renr of) RKRMIRCF.S said vehicle. Section 4 The provisions of this Lonns nnd discounts (except those shown in b and c) ......$390,290.87 Section 3 Every motor vehicle, ordinance shnll not apply to the roreign Hills of hxchange or Drafts sold with indorsement while being operated on any public transportation of such liquors thro' of this bnnk, not thown under Item il above alley, street or highway of said city, the said city to a point of destinn . ..... (sec Item 57c' 390.2fl0.87V shall carry during the period men- Hon to some other Str.te, or to some 1.817.51 1 tioned in Section l, lights as follows: point in this State where such liquor Overdrafts, nccured, ituhcj Uli!.rcured, . ............... motorcycles at least one and all oth- may be InwTully sold, nor to the re U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation, er motor vehicles, at least two, light- ceipt or acceptance by common enr 100,000.00 (par value) ... ed lamps, showimr white or tlntoi! ner of such liquors for trsnsnortn 181.C00.00 ,k Premium on U. S. Bonds. . 81,500.00 other than red, lights of sufficient tion to n point in another State or Liberty Loan Bonds, unpledged, 3 mid 4 per cent force to clearly reveal, under ordina- - to n point in this State where the 2 nnd 4 per cent ary atmospheric conditions, substan- sale of BUch liquors is not prohibit 060.00 per tial objects for a distnee of at least ed by law. nor shall they anniy to Payments actually made on Liberty 4 V 20,300.00 A two hundred feet ahead of said vehi- or prevent the transportation to a li19,750.00 cent Bonds 'Third Liberty Loan cle, provided that nil lights of a censed druggist who is engaged in Bond' .other than U. S. Bonds, pledged to secure Postal . .. greater strength than four candle solo of drugs, or the acceptance by Savings Deposits .. 3,000.00 power, which are equipped with n re- him of alcohol to bu used by said Securities other than V, S. Bonds (not including stocks) own flector, shall be so nrrantred. design druggist for medjcinnl or scientific . unpledged .. 30,787.50 ... . 42,787.50 ed or deflected ns to prevent nny por- purposes, nor to one who is not a Total bonds, securities, etc.. other thnn tJ. S. . cent, of subscription 4,550.00 1 tion of the main shaft or beam of carrier for hire, taking wine into Stock of Federal Reserve Bnnk (BOper clear condensed light nt nny point the said city and delivering sntne to Vnlue of Banking Homo 0,500.00 .. f.,500.00 i) Equity in banking house ... within a distance of seventy-fiv- e feet an officer of n church to be used for I urniture nivj Fixtures 1.00 V ahead of such vehicle to rise more sacramental purposes. . 38,339.05 Inches above the surthan forty-tw- o Section E Any person, firm or lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 85,128.(8 face on which said vehicle rests. (ah in ault and net amounts due from Nationnl Banks corporation violating nny of the proSection 4 Spot lights are prohib- visions of this ordinance, shall, upon Xct amounts due from banks, bankers, ami tnut companies other thnn included in Items 13, II or 15... 50.83 ited from being used upon any pub- conviction thereof, be fined in nny lic alley, street or highway of said ci- sum, not less thnn Fifty Dollars, nor Checks on other banks In same city or town ns reporting 3,906.20 ty, unles for emergency in locnting more thnn One Hundred Dollars, bank (other than Item 17) . . Total of items 1 , 15, 10, 17 nnd 18 or reading road signs, street num- and Imprisonment in the county jail . 89.150.00 bers or similar temporary use. un- for not less than ten days, nor more Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting 214.C1 J less when projecting rays of light di- than fifty days. bank nnd other cash items rectly upon the gruimd and at a disSection 6 All such liquors so Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. 5,000.00 if tance not exceeding thirty feet in brought into said city in violation of Treasurer War Snvings Certificates and ThriftStnmps nctually owned 0.Q67J7 1 front of said vehicle. the provisions of this ordinance Section 5 Every motor vehicle, shall be seized by the city marshal operated in said city and propelled and tne roiice i;ourt snail order Total $785,589.17 by an internnl combustion engine, same, and same shall bo destroyed. LIABILITIES shall be equipped with an adequate Section 7 This ordinnnce shall Capital Stock paid in $100,000.00 ..........4 Muffler, silencer or othr device be in force from and after its pas .. 50,100.00 Surplus fund to reduce to a minimum the noise of sage and publication. 1,500.00 Undivided profits .. . the exhaust from such engine. Such A. U. r'LOKENCE, Mayor. Less, current expenses, interest, nnd taxes p aid 1,500.00 mu er, silencer or other- - device W. A. Carson, City Clerk. Interest and discount collected or credited in ndvnncc of mashall not at any time be cut out and 3.553.11 J.i turity and not earned (approximate) LAND, STOCK AND CROP no person operating a motor vehicle 6.001.47 5r AmflTmt reserved for txes accrued .. within said city shall permit such AV. HBoHtBnHiirredtitatrf; has en- - Amount, reserved for nil interest nccrued 2,000.00 Y mulfier, Spencer or other device, or MRe,i tanulebiu, Uireo cf ihem at Circulating notes "outstanding. 100,000.00 .. pipes of the eftgiiie-t- o e.it sounds of 7,393.81 .J Net. amounts duo to National Banks il"" fcJUUUot W ach , exhaust in a loud and annoying matfr duo to banks, and James Crews, ofU6ndviller4MMght . Net amountsthnn included inbankers, 31 or trust companies ner. and all motor vehicles shnll be 3,190.80 T (other Items 32) .. operated in said city ia as noiseless oi s. r. wutte, of .Mercer tiv--u year-lin- g fTtStatitemt82.njid 33...,. manner as posible. 41 8,403.9 thoroughbred Holsteln Frescian Section f If any person shall vi- heifers at $140. He will start a herd Deposits reauirinc notice but m 0 Jl.Ol if svi nny of the provisions of this orolate Total of demand depos'(other than basJc.deposlt) dinance, he shall be fined not less of dairy cows. ' Clell Coleman,' of Mercer, bought than Tive Dollars, nor more than infl:4l? and 41 e. Twenty-Fiv- e Dollars for each Certificates of deposit (other than for money bom,rrtJt of O'Neal Bros. 25 cattel averaging provided that any person who 1,200 pounds at 13c. He also pur39.! x . ,.....j.. . lostai savings deposits shall extinguish all or any of the Total of time deposiU subject to reserve, Items 42, 43, lights herein required. for the pur- chased of U. G. Martin & Son a and-4- 5.. -d ..snJ.vK" 73,202.02 hogs nt lCc. Liabilities 44 of pose of avoiding identification or arthan those above 11M rest, shall be fined not less than w i 1 "Twenty-Fiv- e Dollars nor more than o Elmer Ilet'd.anU John Uuck!oy Total .. $786,589.11 . One Hundred Dollars. convicts atwoVii on the roid In uiukv nf it.iiiuLivi. rmtnlu tW- I i ! i a ktr Stntn r t tittiL' uuuiii i a. Section 7 This ordinance shall olemn I. W. M. be in force from and after its pas- Dell ccunly, raadothir "escape Tuei. swear that the Brlcht. Cashier of the true o the-b- ct Hank. y do knowlcdg of-mnboVe statement is t'ny afternoon and hove not been cap. sage and publication. -- -' and belief. A. B. FLORENCE, Mayor. turt-- 1. v. M RRIGIIT. Cashhr. . ?.,i..7Sw.ir.i i W. A. Carson, City Clerk. Milton II. Smith. prMe.U oT tho L I Correct Attest: "Vl . i..i.. 10, . ... mu .u:. r..iSt.. u. -- uiy, .nto i.ua fj HUBBLE, J X., may be appointed thn 'Jrecto.' ORDINANCE CITY OF STANFORD ' U. fcAKBK. T. C RANKIN. to rrohibit the for tho short line railroads of thi An Ordinance Notary Public V. 11. SHANKS. Shipment nnd Delivery of Intoxicat- country Directors. My commission expires Jan. 21. 1922 ing L'quors in the City of Stanford, nml DfstYit liif itif nm nnpnn tiViir the City from Receiving Such Li- -' quors and Prohibiting the Soliciting i or drdcrs tor sucn Liquors witnin the City nnd Providing a Punishment Therefor: The Citv Council of Stanford do ordain as follows: Section 1 It shnll be unlawful for any person or persons, individual or corporation, numic or private carrier to bring into, transfer to other person or persons, corporation, carrier or agent, deliver or distribute, within said citv, any spirituous. malt or other intoxicating liquor regardless of name bv whlh it inav be railed; and this Ordinnnce shall apply to all packages of intoxienring liquor-- , whether hroken or unbroken. Each package of intoxicating so brought, transferred or delivered in said city shall constitute a separate offense. Section 2 It shall bo unlawful for any person or pfson. indhidu al or corporation, within said city, to receive or accept nny spirituous vinous, malt or intoxicating liquor, rnirardless of the name by which it .vi may be called, from a como.i carrier, Nunelley's Stock Pens in We will sell a Car-Loa- d of Mares or from any other person or persons, individual nr corporation, who has Stanford, Ky., on SATURDAY, JULY 20. They are 2 to 5 years transported such liquor into said city for compensation, )iire or profit of old, Percheron bred, heavy bone, good colors, good shape and the nnv kind whatever, cither directly or kind for the farmer to buy. indlroctlv. Each and every pnekago were raised in Iowa and Illinois. of intoxicating liquors so received or Mules and horses are high and will be higher, as there is no surplus accepted within said pity shall constitute a separate offense. in any country. Do not fail to come and see these mares as they Section 3 It shall be unlnwful for nny person, firm or corporation, are positively the best lot ever shipped South. Don't forget date and whilo representing either buyer or rs place, as every one will be sold regardless of price. No seller, to distribute, solicit or receive contracts, proposals or orders for I P. M. , rain or promptly sale a fair deal to all. the purchase or snlo of anv snirituous vinous, malt or other Intoxicating lishine. Remember the place Nunnelley's Stock Pens, Stanford. quors, regardless of the namo by which It mav bo called, or to distribCol. John B. Dinwiddie, Auctioneer. ute hand-bill- s or posters advertising1 the same, within said city. Each act of distributing, soliciting or receivE. WOODS, JAS. H. WOODS, WESTERN STABLE CO. ing contracts, proposals or orders, as denounced herein, and each day MARES ARE ALL BROKE TO WORK. upon which hand-bill- s or postors arc distributed shall constitute a separate offense. t Ima-lm- ir -- -- .... J Vice-Preside- Vlcc-rrcslde- fi inj) THE r 1- -2 .. f ... jf! 1 'In a10'690"01 il-- t M 1..' ...., ,.... m r, ,?,." car-loa- 200-pou- . w stnted;J;w nbov-.named ne-pr- tV u Jt-OS- t. Auction Sale of Mares At in-o- or Ky. IhL at They The starts eBt Saturday, 71 20th, 1918 by-bidde- and at P. f- t