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The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, 'Nov. 15, 1918.
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Condensed Report of
As made to the Comptroller of the Currency
on Friday, November 1st, 1918
Loans and Discounts . . . . $499,376.04
U. S. and Other Bonds . 153,050.00
Fed. Res. Bk. Stock 4,550.00 $656,976.04
Banking House . 6,500.00
Furniture and Fixtures , . .. 1.00 6,501.00.
Cash due from Banks and U.
S. Treasury $107,475.48
Capital Stock . $100,000.00
Surplus and Profits 65,178.06
Bills Payable -
Report in detail will appear in this paper next week.
The Bank on the "corner next to Court-house"
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HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL
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The Lincoln Pharmacy
J. W. ACEY, Proprietor
W ""KI.-ii.3. .t. i 1
COW AND HOG FEED
We have just unloaded a car of Pig Meal and
Dairy Feed. Now that you are not permitted to
feed shipstuff to hogs, this Pig Meal is a fine
substitute. Feed Pig Meal to your fattening
hogs. Hogs fatten faster, and it saves lots of
corn. Some of our customers buy Pig Meal
in ton lots.
J. H. Baughman & Co.
THE INTERIOR JOURNAL
E. C. Wilton and J. !!. Wright "
Inttrtd a fftefu, at SUnltrd, XV., i
Manj rift Mil mmtltr.
The ponce terms not only required
the tinromlltininnl surrender of Ocr
mnny, but put her In such condition
that should she "desire ever no much
to renew hostilities. she would have
no mentis of doing so. And nil these
drnstle provisions were Imposed with
out the nld or consultation with
Iodge, Roosevelt nnd the other mnr
plots. Had the war enled ns It hns
n week before the election, the vast
sunn of money with which the Re
publicans bought their advantage
would hnve pone for nnught. It is n
sad eommentnry on the American
people thnt lucre should have been
nble to deny the President's appeal
for the election of his friends. The
fnilure to grant It will forever he re
ferred to with shame nnd mortifica
tion that the voters of the United
Stntes could hnve been so ungrateful
nml so mercennry.
"He that sowcth the wind shall
reap the whirlwind," snycth the Hook
of Hooks nnd the kniscr, who clnimed
enior partnership with God, Is real
izing it in all its frightfulness. Ho
hns doubtless decided before this to
dissolve n partnership which he may
think hns wrought his ruin, nnd be
willing hereafter to be n very humble
servant. Ily the way. Ambassador Ge
rard hns joined in the Knglish demnnd
that he be extradited and put on trial
for hi numberless high crimes nnd
misdemeanors, but the trouble would
be to get an unbiased Jury, to which
nil criminals are entitled. As for us
we hope some of his own people will
put him out of his misery by slow
death for nil the evils nnd calamities
h" has brought on them. So foul n
brute should not be permitted longer
to desecrate the earth.
Perhaps you have wondered why
Roosevelt is not shooting off his
mouth and findfng fault with the
terms of peace ns usual and criticising
Wilson, as is his habit. As good luck
would have it, he was taken to the
hospital with the sciatica and will be
compelled to cease his nagging for
en days nt lenst. If something would
happen 'to his tongue it would bu a
Godsend. The sudden nnd triumphant
ending of the war in unconditional
surrender seems also to have dumb
founded the Republican leaders and
they have been unable cither to com
mend or condemn. Thus has Presi
dent Wilson brought joy to his many
friends nnd confounded his enemies
We verily believe that the world
hns seen the last of war, anil that the
Ijhvt of that glorious day has' arrived
"when nations shall beat their swords
into plowshares and their spears into
pruning hooks and learn of war no
more " The peace commissioners will
see to it that none of thee engaged
in the frightfulncss of the recent con
flict will eer engage in another or
otherwise disturb the peace of the
world. Hereafter there will be a way
for them to be made to keep their
covenants and not recard them us
"scraps of paper."
News come from Holland that the
former kaiser has decided to live In
Holland nnd buy large estates there.
While our troops nre over there it
would not be a bad idea tinder such
circumstances to give Holland n
whaling for permitting such n brute
to have lodgment there. However,
there are extradition laws that will
get the beast, if it is decided that he
shall bo tried for the most collosal
crimes in history.
News comes from Lexington that
Editor Desha Rreeklnridgc may lose
the sight of one eye entirely from an
unusual disease that has attacked it.
He has been confined for several
weeks. His eyesight wns nlwnys bad.
and the entire loss of one eye will be
a severe blow to him, rendering him
almost without sight. Wc trust that
the reports nre exaggerated, and thnt
he will be spared so great un afflict
ion Hoovor, the man'who has reduced
our fooil allowance to a starvation
"nipt, snvs that we may not expect
' decrease in the price of food for
long time This is pretty tnugh, but
we can eat our costly allowance now
with better grace, since we are assur
e I that there is a good time coming
when the demands of the stomach
can bo fully gratified.
Information comos fiom Washing
ton that tho censorship of news will
bo lifted and that Creol's Ilulletin will
be discontinued at the end of tho
month. Hut why waste good white pa
per till then? It was never worth n
tinker's damn and if it wore well. to
be done, 'twere well to bo ibine
Tho War Department nnnounroa
thut tho soldlurs will bo mustered out
as soon ns jobs nre open for them.
This Is therefore to inform Mr. Hakcr
thut wo have Jobs for nt least two of
COLD WEATHER SAYS
1 Agggfi. Lmcome Eg
We have your size and any fabric you want Cotton, Lisle
and Woolen. These garments are cut to fit and made to
wear longer than any underwear on the market. We have
these in Shorts, Longs and Regulars. That's why they fit the
form of any man. You will appreciate Munsingwear.
McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley
"The House of Quality"
There is an effort to be made in
congress to hae President Wilson sit
as one of the peace commissioners,
even if it will tako him out of the
country temporarily, which will be'
against all precedent, if not against i
the law. Tho country will take ver I
kindly to the suggestion that he be u
commissioner, as no one is mure con '
petent to act and none is qualified t
act for himself ami the world
SPANISH INFLUENZA OR GRIP
11V 1)11 LRI! II. SMITH.
All old enemy is with us agVin, and
whether we fight a German or a perm,
we must put up a good light, and not be
afraid. The influenza runs a very briel
course when the patient Is careful, and
if we keep the sjsumu In good condition
and throw of! the jxiiEons which tend to
accumulate within our bodies, we can
cheapo the diaca.se. Remember thcfe
three C's a clean mouth, a clean skin,
and clean bowel. To carry off poisons
from tho system and keep tho bowels
loose, daily doses of a pleasant laxative
should be taken. Such a one is made
of May-apple, leaves of aloe, root ol
jalap, and called Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
relicts. Hot lemonade should bo used
freely if attacked by a cold, and tha
patient should bo put to bed after a hot
To prevent the attac': of bronchitis or
pneumonia and to control thu pain,
Anuric tablets should bo obtained at tha
drug store, and one jriven every two
hours, with lemonade. Thu Amino tab
lets wero first discovered by Dr. Pierce,
and, as they Hush the bladder and
cleanse thu kidneys, they carry away
much of thu poisons and the uric acid.
It is important that broths, milk, but
termilk, ice-cream and simple, diet
bo given n-gularly to strengthen the sys
tem ami increact tho vital nwiftance.
The fever is diminished bv the u"! of the
A ii uric tablets, but in addition, the fore
head, arms and hands mav bo bithrd
with water (tepid) in vlneh a table
spoonful of palaratus l.ns been dissolved
in a quart. After an 3'ar!c of prfp or
pneumonia to build up and strengthen"
tho system, obtain at tho dm-; itore a
good iron tonic, called " Irontic" Tab
lets, or that well known herbal tonic,
Dr. Picrco'a Guldcu Medical Discovery.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23RD
liuKinnlng at 10 A. M I will off or
for s.i I ii on thu Itlddur place, 2 uillns
.Southeast of Uttniilielin, toward C'ruh
Orchard, tho following stock, crops,
etc., 400 shocks of corn, MO shocks
good fodder, about threo acros first-
class biickuheut, about 1,000 xtkks
of good tobacco. I will also off or for
salo team of good work iuuIub, C
years old, harness and wagon, a hunch
of G slioats, weight about 40 pounds,
one cow and calf, aud other things.
OSCAR L. ROBINSON,
Crab Orchard, It. P. I). No. 1.
Col. M. H. Johnson, Auctlonuer.
JOHN WHITE & CO.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
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Notice is hereby given that the
ficsheii Telephone Company, was b
the uranimoun consent of all of t
stockh. lJers, dissolved on Octolmr 1
1918. and its nifairs are being wour ,'
up Ml. lilMtN' (IflOCH.
I P M N'NKI.LHV. President
Secretary si r
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I Car-Load Sewer Pipe,
Flue Tiling, Etc.,
W. H. HIGGINS, - - Stanford, Ky.
If you buy any clothes this fall be sure
you get the best quality. All-wool fabrics
are "best" now as ever and good tailoring is
important and valuable as ever. Our clothes
come in fine workmanship and good models.
We are prepared to fit all sorts of figures
men of odd sizes, stout, very tall, very short,
as well as regular sizes.
the men that he took from us, just as
soon as he says the word.