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The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, August 6, 1918 THE ROBSION EDWARDS RACE "Onlooker," who is n close observer of things political, nnd who is himself no novice nt the political gnmc, hands the Interior Journal tho following, which sums up very excellently n race that came to n conclusion Saturdny Inst: The rncc for the Republican noml nntlon for Congress In tho. Eleventh district, resulted In the success of .7. M. Rollslon, of Knox county, over D. C. Edwards, of Laurel. Wo can not say that we watched this rncc with Interest, hut had some curiosity In the culmination of the mud slinging match. To a disinterested party, the fight had Its amusing aspects, in that we could sec no renson why both should not win ns each charged thnt his rlvnl wns n fit subject for tho feeble-mincd institute; and by the same process of reasoning, both should have lost, as each proved, to his own sntisfnc tlon, at lenst, thnt roe other wns wholly unfit for nnv office of public or private trust. We know nothing of these cbnrges nnd counter chnrges, nnd therefore do not presume to af- firm nr deny them, but bo thnt ns it mny, Mr. Robsion seems to have held the "strnlght coynl flush" in Sntur- dny's gnmc. mnn Bnrhourville When the opened his campaign nt 1indon last fall, the writer happened to be there, and having nothing else to do, took in Mr. Robsion stated that the show he wns nn uncompromising Repub- licnn, but thnt he wni an American before he wns anything else. He then lnunched into mther n vigorous de ilson s war fense of President policies, and expressed his npprovnl of the selective draft plan to r.iNe nn nrmv to whin the Gerninn beast Robsion. at that time wns confronted with lh candidacy of Caleb Pswers but when thnt creature withdrew from the nice. D C Edwards his candidacy. Robsion nt once nounced upon the" politicnl rec ord of Edwards, chnrglng that after his defeat bv Powers, ten vears ago, he, Edwards, bolted the Republican the ticket nnd helped Bertram Democratic nominee, enrry laurel county. Hn also charged Edwnrdf with, breaking faith with him, nnd pattered broadcast over the district conies of n letter Edwnrds wrote to Judge Uoscoe C. Tarter, at Somei-set- . expressing the hope that Pulnski would be found in the RobEventually the succes sion column. of the candidates seemefl to be based on which could prove to have been the most valiant supporter of that nsnsin, Cnleb Powers, nnd in this Robsion eems to have gotten the ups on Edwards, ns he came first under the wire. Whether or not the people of th Elctcnth district nre to be felicitated on the success of Mr. Robsion, remains to be seen, but thnt thev should be congratulated on gettine rid of Cnleb Powers, there can be no doubt. The God fearine. lnw loving people of- - the mountains should breath n sigh of relief and in general will rejoice that the stigma of shame which thev have so long been forced to tolerate, has been obliterated, and tho murderer of Gov Wm. Goebel will now be hurled back to the oblivion from which he sprang, there to remain, we hope, until n just Providence metes "it to him the punihm"nt he so rich ly deserves "ONLOOKER." d fac-simired-hnnd- v F :V well-to-d- Tuesdays and Friday Sallie M. Craig, county registrar and chairman of the committee. The following will assist in this work and will be found at their local places: Mrs. W. M. Myers, Huston-vlllMrs. A. V. Morgan. Miss Manclc Wayncsburg; Ware, McKinney; Miss Mln-no- ll Prnitt, Moreland: Mrs. M. C, Underwood, Hubble; Mrs. w. C. Cummins, Prcachors-villc- , Mrs. G. A. Walters, Kings Mountain. A shortage in nurses in America and France is .expected to be overcome . from this class that is now being recruited to ioin the United iStatcs Student Reserves. for registering are responsibility, good health, intelligence and good education. While a college course is preferable, vet it is not essential, some schools not even requiring a full high school education. This work is performed umUr the direction of the woman's department or the Lincoln County Council of National Defense. MRS. J. N.SAl'NDEHS. Secretary Woman's Council of National Defense. GIRLS CALLED FOR NURSES Enrollment of young women between 10 nml flB will begin todav and continue two weeks., for the purpose, of allowing them to do something for their country. The registration will take place at the homo of Miss c; TIRED RUNNING AFTER HUNS An Indication of Dip Htcrn chase the Hun arc forcing upon tlw Allien wns contained in n mege which enme over the field wire to headquarters to n conimnndet leading nn American unit "My men must rust," ho nM. head"Must rest?" oxelnimed quarter. "Ym," wni the answer "Our nipn nre nlisoliitely tired out runnirir to keep up with the Gcrmnns." Broken tree, smashed roads nr ' other conditions In the forest through which the Americans inn' French followed the Germans indl rated the enemy must hnve hnd great difficulty in moving artillery, due partly to the rains which softened the fround. JAMES' CONDITION Ilaltimore disnatch conenrrimr Senntor Oliio M. James condition is ns follows: Senator James, despite l, his Illness at the Johns Hopkins wns wearing n hirppy smile to. day. The Senator is still in n serious condition, hut Is improving slowly. Already he is making his plans for the. campaign which he feels coitfi--dehe will shortly he aide to carry The nrticles appearing in the on. newspapers pertaining to thu nomination were rend by him eagerly. He said to tell the public that h was lmppy over the news received fiom Kentucky, nnd that lie expected to carry on n good stiff, vigorous tight for reelection. SENATOR A IIos-plta- OLLIE M. JAMES The vote which Senator James, though vlrtunlly without opposition, polled in Saturday's primnry is n striking demonstration of the esteem In which ho I held by the Democrats of Kentucky. Olllo M. James, like Joseph G. Cannon, and like many other public men of the present time nnd n greater percentage of American public men In enrlier periods, sprang from unpretentious stock in a provincial community. He enme first to the capital of his State nnd inter to the capital of his country with the enthusiasm for democratic ideals and the freedom from cynicism which so often distinguishes the rural Amerihim can and contradistinguishes from the metropolitan whoso surroundings hnve been less typically American; less racy of the soil nnd less remindful of the heroic circumstances of the making of America. boy To Frankfort the from the Gibraltar district brought the perfect Integrity which mnkes idealism possible. When, years nfter. ward, nnd in due course, he nrrived in Washington, nn "M. C." his character remained unsullied and his nims in public life is unassailable. In his earlier career the sprightly writers for the press found In Mr. James' physical proportions n theme for much humorous writing in the narrative form and not n little frolicsome discussion in editorial columns, but as vears passed it became rccng-niiegenerally ami admitted freely thnt the large Kentucklan wi.s one of the considerable factors in Congress ns well as one of the conspicuous Igures physicnlK His capability mil sincerity, for some time tho. 'iinghly established, have reflected credit ujon jus State and his scr-- i es have been valued lughlv bv the n iwt eminent members of his political party. President .Wilson has in various ways and upon sundry plain his nppreiintion of SenqtoV James' worth and bis pres ent illnes hns been Uie cause of no little solicitude in the White House Ours is n period of many nrn heaty tanks for public servants; n period in which the work of every cnblp nnd honest man Is needed in tubl'c life and in private life. It is o be hoped that Senntor James soon s vill hne entirely recovered his health. Courier-Journlong-legge- d d vig-rou- A GOOD WOMAN A 4ood woman went to her reward hen Mrs. Hurdctt Rnmsey DEATH OF breathed her last yesterday evening at 0 o'clock, at tho home of her daughter, Mrs. John Bright, in this city. She had been confined to her bed since April last nnd her death did not come as a surprise to those who 'knew her physical condition. The funeral will be preached at the Paint Lick Prcsbyterion church nt 11 o'clock tomorrow, Wednesday morning? by her late pastor, Rev. EldrTdffe, after which all thnt Is mor- tal ?f the model wife nnd devoted mother wW be laid to rest in the cemetery near the church. The procession will leave Stnnford nt 9:30. Mrs. Ramsey, who was the relict of whose denth Mr. Burdett Rnmsey, occurred a little over a year ago, was 82 years old nnd had been a devout member of the Presbyterian church since she wns 15. Uptil she graw feeble in health, she was n grent worker in I.cr Master's vineyard, nnd she will be sadly missed by her church and the many neighbors, whose love so nnd admiration for her was grent. losing father nnd mother within less than 1.1 months is the misfortune of the children Mrs. John Bright, of this city; Mrs. J. M. Hol- loway, of Chattanooga, nnd Messrs. T. W. Ramsey, of Virginia, nnd Burdett Rnmsey, of Pnint Lick nnd in their sorrow they weep not alone. They were spared a good father nnd Godly mother mnny years, but Jha time never comes when saintly par ents can ba enrily given up. That thev may find consolation in the words of Him who said "Come unto Mo you who nre weary nnd henvy laden and I will gie vou rest," is the wish of their friends. BIG WAR COUNCIL TOMORROW All nrrnngements have been mnde for the Wnr Council to be held to- DULLEST PRIMARY IN HISTORY The dullest primnry election in the history of Lincoln county wns that held Saturday, when less than 700 cligibtcs out of n total of 4,1200 voted. Nobody seemed to care who won and even the men who usually work overtime an election dny were either conspicuous for their absence or were on hand doing nothing. As is well known tho names of Hon. Harvey Helm and Dr. R. L. Davison did not appear on the kallot, they having been declared the nominees for Congress without opposition. Mr. Helm by the Democrats and Dr. Davison by the Republicans. The tnble which follows shows plainer than words can tell the little Interest that was manifested in the election: h 3 w 3 8 w ?: 2 3 13 27 21 9 w 3 Precincts i i Stanford No. 1 Stanford No. 2 Stanford No. 3 Stanford No. 4 Hustonville No. 1.... Hustonville No. 2.... Hustonville No. 3.... Hustonville K1P4. .. Crab Orchard No. 1 Crab Orchard No. 2 Waynesburg Kings Mountain . ... Highland 48 36 48 20 34 30 21 35 38 33 40 18 C .. I 1 .... 19 7 1 4 .. .. 1 1 2 27 9 3 1 1 2 1 1 5 10 25 13 22 23 7 .. 15 13 2 , Total 407 19 211 CO Majorities 388 151 Total number of votes cast, both parties, C97. r.OGER CALMESE DOING NICELY Mrs. Emma Calmese and Miss Pr.tsy Calmese, mother nnd sister of Roger Calmese, have had sevpral let tcrs from him of late, the ast one stating that he was recovering nicely from the shrapnel wounds he received some six weeks ngo in ti.tnce, mention of which was made 'n this paper. His many friends bnei: Ivnse f.re delighted that he will soon Lc able to leave the hospital and hore it sue many him hack at home before Yoang wax and wane inoi.ns C r.iese is one of the gV.le.'i' volun teers from this county .in'' the fact thtt he is making such v. good rec crd is most pleasing to one and all here. He is only 19 years old, but his tender years have not kept him from making a remarkable fighter, as the records show. SOME BIRDS The wife of n Methodist minister - of West Virginia has been pinrried three times. Her maiden name was Partridge, hor first husband wis nnmed Kobins, her second, Sparrow and the present Qiinlo. There are two young Kobins, ono Sparrow nnd One three Qunles in the family. Swan, and grandfather a Jay, but he's dead now nm' is n Hird of Paradise. Thoy live oi Canary Hawk avenue, Kagloville, Island, and the fellow that wrote this Is n I.yro and a relative of the family Vnlley Knterprise. ' MARRIAGES surgeon in the navy, nnd Miss I.idn Hniney, of Lancaster, were married last week. Miss Ilertha Jackson, of Richmond, nnd Lloyd Shelton, of Danville, were married in St. Louis, nt whiih place they will make their home. Luther Johnson nnd Miss Alice Siler, both of tho Pine Grove section of tho county, were mnirled nt F--' ' Jasper G. Llvlngton's by that August 1st. Dr. J. J. Herndon, n WITH THE CHURCHES II C Martin began n meetini' nt the Methodist 'irch Prodl"nd Sunday Baptist Church Sunday Aug 11 Snlibnth school, 9:45, followed by business meeting to which nil mem hers are urged to be present. Eld. J. G. Livingston will preach nt McCormnck's chuhch Sunday Sunday morning at 1 1 o'clock. school at 9:30 Sunday morning. I'"v. K II. ItoiHind will leiue Saturday for Cnmp Tnvlor whe'e he will spend the month of yitust in Y M. C A work Diirini' ii i 'mm? rice there will b Sundny school nrd communion, but no service it the Chiisiiun church Rev. Hourland wil' be a splendid mnn in the "V" service Hnrrodiburg Herald One of the mot impoitnnt of the annual conferences of the Southern Method ft Church will be held at Lake Junaluska, X. C. Tieg;nnlng this week an I cntitiuiitni throurh iugu.t 18 Thu is the Ribl Workers' conference, which is attended annunllv bv thousands of ministers, Sundny school teiehers and other religious workers iinm all parts of the South. Among th spenkeis the conference this vnnr will be Bishop H. M. Dullosc, John V Pepper, of Memphis Tenn a no'-'hivmnn; the Rev. Dr. Georire It. Stuart a"d the Rev. Dr. J. Wilbur Ch "unan. ontpd evangelist: Bishon Wil'inm F MeDowell, the Hon W llinm Jennings Brynn, Bishop .Initios Cannon, the Rev. Dr. Worth M. T'i'iiv. rf New York City, and the Ue Dr. II. C. Morrison, of Rev d Louisville DRINKS TOR WriGHT gen-tlcm- NOT TO BE IGNORED The kidneys are as important to good health as the hoart, lungs, stomach or nny organ in tho body. Lame back, swollen joints, soro muscles, rheumatic aches nnd pains, nre most often signnls of kidney trouble Foley Kidney Pllk givo relief to kidney trouble sufferers. They banish bladSold everywhere. der" Irregularities. TOWN AND STATE NECESSARY 514 Vii. Ave., If Elmor Coan, of "He draiJi h'mself into the nr.vy ' H.ither start'inir. but t elinl'Mly Vue of Il'irold Mun'ock Tin lor, ed itor of the Whlttlcr House Record, of Jersey City, and nlso editor of tho Winged Foot, the official organ of the New York Athletic Club. In tho case of Mr. Taylor, howHo ever, the beverage was milk. tried to enlist in various branches of the navy, but was rejected becauso lie wns nine pounds under weight. He finally started to drink quantities of milk, nnd in five days ho wns able to pnss tho test for weight and was accepted. PAINT LICK ROY WOUNDFD Mrs Georire Wilson, of Pnint Lick has li'cnivcd n letter from Miss Mnr-I'nrCluny, a muse in Trance, thnt Mrs. Wilson's youngest son, Gilbert is in u hospital suffering from wounds in his thront caused bv the bursting of n grenade, by which he was badlv injured. The nurse snv-tha silver tube hnd to bo inserted in Wilson's throat and another in his stomach, but that he is doing nicely Mrs. Wilson hns four other sons in the nrmy, Burnnm, John, Grover nnd Hume. All were students nt the University of Kentucky when the. war broke out nnd promptly enlisted. at et MR. SAUFLEY BROUGHT HOME Station Agent J. 51. Sauflev, who has been in Good Samaritan Hospit-n- l, Cincinnati, where he was taken nftcr being severely wounded some weeks ngo, nrrived homo on No. 11 Thursday morning, his condition hav- will write nnd give the name of the town nnd State In which he lives wo will bo very gjad to send him tho Interior Journal for the dollar ho sends. Otherwlso wo will be unable to All his order. ing improved sufllcicntly to permit his being brought home. While still far from n well mnn It Is hoped that his full recovery is only n question of time. Mr. Snufley was accompanied homo by his wife, who hns been lit his bedside most of tho tlmo since he wns tnken to Cincinnati. Grant County News. Every putriot should attend tho Meet your friends nnd neighbors War Council at Stnnford tomorrow, at tho Wnr Conference tomorrow Aug. 7th. Don't let a little inconvenience make you appear to bo a Everybody's coming to bid on slacker. Maudo August 7th. WILL REMAIN TILL CHRISTMAS "I like Stanford so well and have so mnny patients here that I have decided to remain here until Christmas, nnd may be longer. It will take me some time to get all of the feet in this section in good shape and I wnnt to do so before I lenve. You enn tell the people that I will be here every day in the week herenfter and nlways ready to wait on those who PARTY AT BLAIR PARK have foot troubles," said Dr. J. "W. Mrs. James W. Cnperton was Weber, who is effecting some wonhostess to n delightful party Wed- derful cures of the foot, and at presnesday evening in compliment to her ent is one of Stanford's busiest men. house guests, Misses Sophia Snunders er, nnd of Stanford. The LUCIEN CARSON KILLED hours were very much enjoyed playThe sad news comes that Lucien ing 500. Included in the invitation Carson, son of Joe K. Carson, for- in addition to those nlrendy men irJy of the McKinney section, was tioned were Misses Florence Rur- - killed on a fljing field in Oklahoma. Kellogg, nnm, Alice Clark Isabel Young Carson hnd been living with Bennett, Mary Bennett, Bettie Perry, his parents, who now reside nt Hood May Suo Chenault, Phelps, nnd River, Oregon, until he went into the Messrs. Hume Chennult, Douglas service. He is said to have been nn Chenault, Igo Perry, Thos. Phelps, exceptionally fine young mnn. Mrs, Talbott Todd, Edwin McCord, Rob-er- t S. J. Davton, of McKinney, is nn Covington nnd Joel Arbuckle. nunt of the young man, who met such Miss Alice Clark Kellogg was award- n tragic nnd unfortunntc end. ed the prize for tho highest score, the gentleman's prize being won by Mr. THAT HANDSOME NEW FLAG Thomns Phelps. Each were given n Three cheers for County Judge T, wnr book. The guests prizes, pre- A. Rice for buying the handsome ling NEWLAND SETTLING sented Misses Snunders nnd Hocker, thnt now floats from the flagstaff in TOBACCO LOSSES were lead soldiers. A refreshing Ice the court-hous- e R. M. New land, of this city, agent yard. It Is n beauty course was served at the conclusion nnd every mnn, womnnnml child in for the Henry Clay Fire Insurance of the game, nnd nil were indebted Lincoln county is proud of it. They Co., paid to A. J. Tliompson, Just to the hostess for n very pleasant all wnnt a part in paying for Old over the Lincoln line in Doyle county, eening. Richmond Register. Glory, but if the fiscal court objects $121.95 per ncre hail damage to his to paying for it, Judge Rice will tobacco on ten ncres and an nvcrago "A SLACKER'S HEART" cheerfully foot tho bill. And if he of $20.80 per ncre on another ten Manager George Owens, of the has to, tho Interior Journal craes acres, mile awnyl It opern house, has secured for Wed- the privilege of helping him. pays to buy hail insurance. Mr. New- nesday and Thursday nights, 7th nnd laud settled a number of other hail 8th, the intensely interesting piclosses at $50 per ncre down to $3 BOSS ONION RAISER ture, "A Slacker's Henrt," which is Our young friend, Sam Gentry, is per aero. spoken of as the strongest appeal to the boss onion grower of the county. patriotism ever mnde in Americn. It He brought us in n sample the oth JONES & CO. SELL STORE is n photo drama that appeals to tho er day thnt was raised from tho seed Jones & Co., who hnve conducted ' honor of every truo American citi which were about the finest we hnvo n restaurant, soft drink stand nnd zen, regnrdless of birthplace, creed seen In a long time. He hns nearly pool room on Lancnster street for or station. You must see it. Wed- r.00 bushels of them. They nre of some time, have sold their business to nesday and Thursday nights 15 and tho Southporti Yellow Spanish va- Peter Kolap, who recently moved 25c. See the Minute Men of 1770 riety. hero from Lynch, Harlan county, nnd nnd 1917. See Lincoln and his. Wnr bought a home. Caolnet or lain. See the Grent .Man WILDER SALE ON THURSDAY Woodrow of tho Hour1 President SALE DATE CLAIMED Again wo call your nttention to Wilson ns he appeared before Con- tho sale advertisement of Col. G. B. Mrs. Mary F. Owsley will havo a gress in his cull for 2,000, ono men. Swiuebrond, of Lancaster, wlio will big gale ut her farm near Crab OrSee the defiance of autocracy to tho on Thursday next, 8th, sell nt public chard on Tuesday, August 27th, nnd democracy of tho world. Seo tho nuction tho excellent fnrm of S. R. claims that date. Watch these colpiratical submarine on its mission of Wilder, out on the Knob Lick pike. umns for advertisement of tho sale. death. Seo it all for 15 and 25c, Read the "ad" and' attend the sale. Xet the I. J. supply you with en graved cards. The Interior Journal $1.60 n year. Help Maude Kick Kaiser. hard-workinJane-Hockone-fourSV- morrow, Wednesdny, under the auspices of the Liberty Service Lengues of the county. Every citizen of the county who hns n son or relative In the service of his country should be here. Every citizen of the county should take a day off nnd come and hear the speaking, nnd mix and min- glo with his fellow man, and thereby get clojer together in the one grent nim nnd purpose of winning the war. You will have the pleasure of hearing some very noted speakers. Be sure to hear them. We will have with us Hon. E. W. Hincs, Chairman of the the State Council of Defense, and Hon. II. II. Cherry, Chairman of the Speakers Bureau of the Stnte Council of Defense, Hon. E. T. Frnnks, of Owcnsboro, Ky., nnd two British sol diers, who have given of their blood, on the bnttle lines of Frnnce, for the cnusc of freedom nnd covilizntion, nnnicly Major Snnford nnd Mnjor Allen. Come nnd help mnke this n great dny for Lincoln county. WIFE AND SHOOTS SELF o Dishon, n Thomns farmer, living on the Crab Orchard pike, near Lancaster, shot his wife to death Sunday afternoon and then turning the weapon on himself, inflicted wouridj that will likely cause his death. The inhumnn husband first tied his wife nnd then proceeded to murder her. That his mind was temporarily out of balance there can He refused medical be no doubt. assistance after his arrest, saying that he wanted to die. Dishon, who wns about 33 years old, married Miss Llllie Dalo Conn, of Garrard county. She was a niece of Mr. F. J. Conn, of the Highland section, who was in this office yesterday afternoon. Asked about the murder nnd attempted suicide, he said thnt he wns not grently surprised. That while there hnd been no renl outbrenks between Dishon nnd his wife, he knew that nil was not pleasant between them. Dishon, he said, imagined he was going to die of tuberculosis, and had been defor some spondent over months. He was also greatly disappointed that no children had been born In his home, nnd hnd frequently found fault with his wife because she was not a mother. Mr. Conn seemagainst the ingly held no man for killing his relative, believing that he was not himself when he committed the deed, and hnd not been' for some time. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Robinson, of 'Lancaster, witnessed the horrible tragedy. They were passing the homo when the trouble occurred nnd were horrified to see the woman running toward them and screaming pitifully with her husband right behind her with a pistol Before Mr. Robinson in his hand. could even slow up or stop his car, nughf" arope to which the Dishon woman was tied, and shot her to death. Mrs. Robinson fninted from witnessing the horrible scene. When Mr. Robinson stopped his machine a little further down the road, he nnd Tnylor House went to the scene but Dishon had already shot himself in the abdomen. He wns tnken to town but refused medical aid of any sort. He said that he had tied his wife to the barn when she went out to milk, and went to the barn loft to get a pistol. ' While he was gone, Mrs. Dishon managed to untie the rope and started running to the pike to escape. He ran nfter her nnd cnught her before she could make good her escape. Dishon told officials to whom he talked that he nnd his wife were unable to "get along" and that she had threatened to have him killed and he decided to end it all the way he had adopted. Dishon owns about 150 ncres of land on the Lancnster and Crnb Orchnrd pike nnd wns reg young garded ns n farmer. He was known ns rather "close," and nttracted considerable attention and comment in Lancaster one day last week wjien ho walked into Kinnaird s garage and bought a $1,900 car, without, questions or haggling over the price. He and his wife drove to Wilmore Sunday morn ing in the car to visit her father, Wm. H. Conn, nnd it was after their return thnt the tragedy occurred. On Thursday of last week Mr. and Mrs. Dishon were in Stanford, visitors in the home of D. C. Dyehouse. Mr. Dyehouse was not here when hey called, and Mrs. Dyehouse was invited to take a ride in their new car, which she did and which sho greatly enjoed. That night Mrs. Dyehouse told her husband about the call and ride and said she was confident that Mr. Dishon's mind was out of kelter. The Djehouses nnd DMions nre distantly related. KILLS that-thought ( ul - - H- A. - "t J r-- )j i ' "i . i .$ti s Page Two TWO LETTERS OF CONDOLENCE The New York Times makes n impressive exhibit in printing in par nllel columns the text of a letter sent of recent date by the kaiser of Germany to n German woman, who hm lost nine sons in the war, and the substance of that noble letter written by President Lincoln to Mrs. Blxby, of Doston, after learning that the fifth of Mrs. Mxby's sons had fallen in the Union nrmy on the battlefields of our own Civil Wnr. The kaiser's letter was nddrossed to Frau Meter, of Oldcnburc, Germany, and as its text has been reproduced in various papers of Germany, we suppose there is no doubt of its authenticity. The letter, which, we arc told, was written throughout in the kaiser's own hand, follows' "His Majesty the kaiser hears that you have sacrificed nine sons in defense of the Fatherland in the present war. His Majesty is immenstly gratified at the fact, nnd in recognition is pleased .to send you his rhctoRraph, with frame and autograph signature." We imagine that there is aomc slight crudeness here in the translation. Of course, the kaiser did not mean to imply that he was "immense ly gratified" that this poor woman had lost nine sons. What he did mean to imply was that the All Highest appreciated the sacrifice snd proposed to recompense it by n gift of his photograph. We now turn to the famous letter cf Mr. Lincoln. There is In that document such n noble simplicity and genuineness of feeling that nothing that a commentator may say an add to the impression made. Mr. Lincoln wrote as follows: "Dear Madam I have been shown in the files of the Wnr Department a statement of the Adjutant General of Massachusetts that you are the mother of five sons who have died gloriously on the field of battle. I feel how weak and fruitless must be any words of mine which should attempt to beguile you from the grief of a loss so overwhelming. But I can not refrain from tendering to you the consolation that may be found in the thanks of the rcpuWlc they died to save. I pray that our Heavenly Father may assuage the anguish of your bereavement and leave you only the cherished mem ory of the loved and losx, and the solemn pride that must be yours to have laid so costly a sacrifice upon the altar of freedom." Nothing that could be said would itrcngthen the contrast nfTo'ded by these two letters. Louisville Post. INDEPENDENT MAY RUN While the Demacrots have no can didate for Congress in the Eleventh district, as has been customary, it is said that there is strong likelihood of an independent running in No vember. The bitter contest between C. Edwards and Judge J. M. . Don Robsion for the Republican nomination, engendering much bad blood in the G. O. P. ranks, together with the attitude of Caleb Powers' followers as unfavorable to either, is regarded as furnishing a fine field for the right kind of an independent candidate for Congress. Louisville Times. HEARD AT A ,TKe WILLING TO BE CAPTURED German soldiers Kcncra'lt welcome the news that more American soldiers are arriving In France, believing that the faster the Amer'cars arrive the sooner thco will be n decisive peace movo, according to a sergeant of the Fourth Prussian Guards division who was captured by the Americans near Sergy. The prisoner told the correspond-cn- t that the German soldiers were sick of the war, nnd also that the poorer classes in Germany had had sufficient, nnd they bcllevo now that Germany is bound to lose. The capitalists, however, insist on continuing tho wnr at all cost. the prisoner "German officers," said, "informed us months ngo that the Americans were taking few prisoners nnd that those taken were treated inhumanly. They kupt warning us constantly thnt denth was preferable to being enptured by the Americans, but not all the German soldiers believed thnt, despite the high regard in which officers are supposed to be held. "Among the German soldiers it was common talk that if any one of them had n good chance to be taken prisoner in the hands of the Americans he would do so, providing he was reasonably certain that he could pretend he was not altogether to blame. So generally among the Germans who have been in the war four yonrs, as I have been, many arc eagerly watching for an opportunity to be captured." The sergennt said the officers never told them the truth when there was The ofto be a German offensive. ficers got the soldiers nerved for a fight by informing them tho Allies were about to launch an attack nnd at the proper tjmc they would order their own men forward. There is no danger of a revolution among the German soldiers, he con tinued, so long as they are well fed. He said the German soldiers had meat, mostly in the form of a stew, every day, but the poorer classes at s of n home had only pound per week. Generally speak ing the soldiers had enough to eat, but no luxuries. War weariness in Germany, the sergeant declared, wns increasing as the war continued. He added that if the Americans had had four years of war they would be war weary too. Among the troops there was not much gossip heard about the Emperor, most of the talk concerning Field Mnrshal von Hindenburg, who is looked upon as the world's greatest warrior. The sergeant is 30 years old nnd has n wife nnd four children in Rcr-liHe said he had been engaged in the Marne fighting three days, when he was wounded in the leg by an American bullet. He dropped to the ground when he saw two Americans rushing toward him. Soon afterward he was carried to tho rear on a stretcher. The sergeant's cot is among fifty containing American wounded. One big wounded American made such a fuss in attempts to continue the fighting with the Ger man that he had to be moved to another ward. three-quartern. Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, August 6, 1918 STAND BY WILSON-W- IN ft,.. I THE WAR Representative Scott Ferris, Chairman of tho Democratic National Conresslonnl Campaign Committee, speaking at the Iowa Democratic State convention, said: "There Is but one issue before the Nation this day. That is to lift aloft tho banner of democracy nnd maintain tho freedom of mankind and to stamp out onco nnd for all German militarism nnd German nutocracy. Thero mny bo other ways to achieve this, but I know of only this one. That Is to stand by the regularly constituted officers of tho Government, stand by them to the end " 'Stand by tho President' should be tho shibboleth of this campaign. Stand by the flag, stand by the country, stand by the President, for these, during war times, are synonyms. "During tho Civil War President Lincoln nnd his every political adviser, said, 'Stand by tho President, stand by the flag, and stand by tho country.' The Nation obeyed tho n During the summons. Wnr, President McKinley, Spanish-America- Theodore Roosevelt, anil every political adviser, said 'Stand by the President,' nnd tho country obeyed tho summons. "Todny, in n war that is more thnn all the rest, when the Nation in which we live Is trembling stone, from turret to foundation there is but one appeal thnt should bo made and heeded by every citizen of tho land, of whatever political party, of whntcver creed 'Stand by tho flag, stand by tho country, stand by tho SEED BUCKWHEAT WE HAVE BUCKWHEAT RECLEANED FOR SEED HOME RAISED JAPANESE President.'" ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE As administrator of Arch Austin, I will sell nt public auction In Stanford on next county court day, August 12th, nt 1 o'ctocfc n e horse mule and n wagon. The sale will be for cash. administrator, Arch S. Htirton, two-hors- GET YOU A FEW BARRELS OF GENUINE FRESH KA CAR NAWHA SALT WHILE YOU CAN. JUST IN. Austin. C2-- Kicked in tho stomach by n pony ho had been riding In n neighbor's yard, J. Wood Paris, eleven years old, son of John W. Paris, of Lexington, died of his injuries. J. H. Baughman & Co. Thursday, Aug, 8 At 10 o'clock, A. M., I will sell at Public Auction FOR S. R. WILDER 170 ACRES LAND e Tracts, or To be sold in 25, 50 and as a whole, to suit the purchaser 100-Acr- CANTONMENT it with the message that the sender should learn to wTite. "Dut sir, this is a letter you wrote 14,000. and they returned it saying they could not make it out." LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEER WRITES "Well, send it back nnd tell When the kidneys nre not working them to learn to read," responded the pronerly. backache, stiff joints, rheuofficer. matic pnins nnd suffering result. George McLain, Turtle Lake, N. D., IN BUSINESS writes: "I nm a locomotive engineer. A Paris shopkeeoer wrote to one of I hnd n bad pain in my back nnd my Madder nction was vpry irregular. his customers as follows: nnd wn Foley Kidney "I am able to offer you cloth like I took in n couple Pills days." Sold of sample at 9 francs the everywhere. tho enclosed meter. In case I do not hear from you I shall conclude that you Maj. Gen. Hunter Liggett, in comwish to pay only 8 francs. In order mand of the Amcricnns in the'Sois-son- s to lose no time, I accept the sector. Is still forging ahead, price." Gen. Mnrch was elated Saturday nt the dav's developments. He said that Two policemen were shot and one Gen. Pershing had under his own pay roll bandit is dead or fatally command 1,000,000 nnd thnt 300.000 wounded as the result of a battle be- were sent overseas during July, n tween the officers nnd the bandits record troop movement. following the theft or 522,804, the pny roll of a Cleveland airplane producing wells nnd Twenty-fiv- e plnnt. Tho police gave chaso In au- only two dry holes nre reported in tomobiles, the bandits escaping. The Eastern Kentucky oil field for the loot was recovered. past week. Lee county, as usunl, leads with seventeen, ranging from The United States and Jnpan will fifteen to 250 barrels dally, nnd Es-ti- ll send a force to occupy Vladivostok hnd five completions, Powell two Full and aid tho nnd Darren one. plans for the intervention in Russin were announced by tho Washington Twenty-fiv- e million people in tho and Tokio authorities Saturday. It Ukraine nre up in nrms ngninst tho was not stated when tho American Hun invaders. The Germans' troubles troops would go or how many would in the West nre doubled by disas be sent. trous conditions for tho Huns in tho East Tho entiro population htn Do you got up at nlgbtT Sanol Is risen in guerilla warfare and a state surety the best for all kidney or of siege has been declared. bUddor troubles. Sanol gives relief ! 24 hour from all backache and Prof. Richard Norton, organizer of Madder troubles. Sanol Is a guaran-tee- d the American Volunteer Motor Am remedy. COc and $1.00 a bottle bulance Corps, died of meningitis in ' , Paris. at tn drug ttore. be-paTIME-SAVINCzecho-Slova'.c- A company clerk handed a letter to the commander, who after trying in vain to read it handed it back to the clerk instructing him to return Reports that the American casual-tic- s on the Marne totaled 12,000 was vigorously denied Saturday by Gen. March. Gen. Mnrch asserted that he had received no estimate of the toll of the recent fighting, nnd the only cause of the rumor was that the American casualties since the war n would total between 12,000 and LOCATION: Lincoln County, Ky., 6 miles from Danville, 5 miles from Stanford, fronting on the pike running from Stanford and Huston-vill- e pike to Danville and Hustonville pike. 2 2 miles from L. & N. miles from Q. & C. depot. L. & N. Railroad touches the depot, 3 farm, stock loading station can be had. DESCRIPTION: Level and gently rolling, no waste land, splendid frontage on pike, beautiful yard with large trees, and level avenue to pike. Land is very productive and until recently the entire farm has been for years a solid mat of blue grass, grazed by big cattle. In cultivation as follows: 75 acres in corn, 45 acres in wheat and barley, 3 acres of alfalfa, 4 acres of tobacco and balance in blue grass. Well fenced and well watered. IMPROVEMENTS: 6 room brick house, 3 porches, basement, 50 Two x50 tobacco and stock barn, double cribs, and other outbuildings. tenant houses, one a nicely finished house of three rooms and two porches. 1 -- -2 This Farm Will Sell; It's A Money Maker Possession January 1 , 1919, with seeding privileges at once. A Wheat, Corn and Tobacco Farm Don't Fail To Attend THURSDAY, AUGUST 8TH Remember the date. Money and presents given away DIRECTIONS: Leave Stanford or Danville, via Hustonville pike. For further particulars inquire of SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN OF LANCASTER, KY. - ,'sJ'U " r"K ', a. : Esgggg .The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, August 6, 1918 Your Hog are Page lhre a THE GOLDEN SWORD Throughout tho war th kaiser has constantly laid great strcsj upon tho cfilcicncy of the German sword. With its vengeance he has In turn threatened nil his opponent. Upon it he depends for the overcoming of all obstacles to his ambitions, tho bringing of tho world to its knee, tho gaining for Germany of a plnce in the sun. nnd the fixing of Kultur ir revocably upon all the vanquiahed. And what with tho mniming of women nnd children and old men, to any nothing of the running through of crying babies, It has been n busy weapon in the Hun hands. Hut tho Oermnn sword is destined to fail its Master. It will make him a lasting reputation for butchery. It has accomplished thnt nlrcndy. It will leave behind it n damnable record of atrocities and little claim for mercy for its wicldcrs, but in the end it will be benten back and broken. It will cease forever to be a plavthing for the mad war lord. For America is forcine todny for her champions in tho field a golden sword of irresistible might. A sword ngainst which the merciless Gcrmnn implement of murder nnd rnpinc will be blunted nnd dulled nnd broken for nil time. And thnt sword is the Liberty Loan, the wnr fund of America nnd if need be of her allies. And into its temper, into its strength is going ttio determined aroused lovers of liberty and right and truth. The millions who refuse longer to see nil thnt democracy stands for outraged and trnmnled into tho earth by Prussian ruthle3S- ness. put curing, aid my neighbor, five doe of KINK TAIL Cured them of the Cholera, when all other remediet failed. My pralie for lhl remedy It Inaiprettable, IRVIN PEAVY, Lebanon, Ky. FOR SALE DY MENS UNDERWEAR B. V. D. and Porusknit The Cool Kinds thntlannd-llnllnr.n.vn- LEGLESS MAN MAKING LEGS A pood illuustration of the truth of the old saying, "Necessity is tho mother of invention," is the story of Hnrry J. Morris, of Kansas City. Fourteen years ngo, in working on mu iHiirumi, no tosi a leg. in 1U10 he lost nnother. Hut nothing daunt-c- d ho set his wits to work nnd now ho not only hns two comfortable legs io enrry mm nuout, nut alio a Hity- Kitalnnaa mnb1- V - Reynolds & Evans, Junction City, Ky. Adams Bros., Hustonville, Ky. ... I ,,. . DONT LET THEM DIE! I...!, It all started with Morris' first accident. The artificial leg that he boucht was clumsv nntl nnrnmfni-t- . nblc. According to The American CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY Mngazlno. which tells his story, Morris, set nbout making a let tfiat did suit, one with a movable knee-join- t, F.NOS SPEfirCR, PrMhfent QIAS C. HARRIS. llnFmlilnl which allowed him to walk K. II. UHDSEY, Semtary nenrly ns well ns before the accident. F t He hnd the knee-joipatented, nnd with two partners, one nnd the other with no reps at nil," he went into tho artificial leg business. His next patent was a movable nnklc, and by 1912 the firm was was well on the way to success. And then came the war with its demand for the new A RKOULAHLY INCORPORATKD INSTITUTION OP LCARNINO 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of PoetofT.ce LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY product. is an Interesting ftirt that r.ll Trains young men and women for Butincts or Civil Service theIt employes of the firm from sten- All who detire to aualify for either or both lines of positions. nt least one artificial leg. employment ahould write for full information at once. d W. E. PERKINS ing legs for other unfortunates. Commercial School i ' M 3TS1 ' fia2LjC , , Great Combination Sheep Sale 1,500 RAMS AND EWES Gray's Poultry Remedv An excellent remedy for Llmberneck, Roup, Gepei, Cholera At Tattersalls, Lexington, Ky., Wednesday, AUGUST 14, 1918 I Chicken Poa, Diarrhoea, and other exitting form of Poultry Dieae. The New Stanford Drug Company CAPT. AM BOURNE I 400 PURE BRED RAMS AND EWES IIAMPSHIRES, SOUTHDOWNS, SHROPSHIRES, OXFORDS, DORSETS AND CHEVIOTS From all the bet flock in Kentucky, and from several Champion flocki in America. ,.' J.M.REYNOLDS -- UNDERTAKER. WAYNESBURG. AUCTIONEER. LANCASTER, KY ( We enrtj u large nnd complete stock The high dollur nt your sale nil the of Caskets, Holies etc nt all times. Phono. Farmers' line No. ; time nnd nt lowest price; Rules Wiiitnck line No. cried anywhere. I of the 1,100 GRADE EWES The The The The Place Place Place Place (lock. to buy a ram to head a pure-breto buy ramt for farmer' ue. to buy pure-breewe for a foundation (lock. to buy grade ewe in lot of fifteen to fifty. d d Phone 364A Lancaster at my enpenta D To the Public: utitt I ii DEBTS COLLECTED Account, Note,, Claim of all kind collected anywhere In the world. No charge unlet we col-le- Referencel Farmer National. Aik about ui. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Somerset, Ky. Office! Room 7 Matonlc Building lb. Urfftl n4 inanVii. liouw iiTUii rountrr ' J r I'n C . Chitao. lit My r it. naiiirlnr an. I dir.rtmr lh m f Wr m the eMh.a. li.ntw, r.r nite So it nut a practical u lur II j"o II r jant onlrr. I mill promiio jou Tu wilt rrl lt orlh at yMi luarr n.r mh.r in the clirnp.it cradr or lb, W,hfr prim !J; SPRING AND SUMMER U now r.kJj far joor la Hit. of ami .. - ' JI )' Uthr an.l ttt FOR INFORMATION WRITE: P. B. Robt. S. Matlock C W. Cine. William Mcrerran, Jr. Reid Sale CHARLES Cimmittee. L. B. Shropthire, Secy., C04 Republic Bldg., Louitville, Ky. tp- tton H. C. i now and lt to RUPLEYii-X- ;- how iou R. THOMPSON, Sale Manager. 'Ii3( taw "I have doctored nine years for stomach and liver trouble and spent thousands of dollars, but instead of becoming cured of these ailments, my bloating nnd pains nnd nttacks been me worse. I was persuaded a year ngo to take Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy nnd have 'never suffered since taking the first dose. I wish I had the money back I spent for other medicine." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically nil stomach, liver and intestinnl ailmenta, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. The Lincoln Possibilities of President Wilson Pharmacy; The Penny Drug Store. visiting the Pacific const during the Fourth Liberty Loan drive, which beFor having more flour on hand gins September 28 and ends October than the law allows, the Horlick .Malted Milk Co. has contributed 19, have strengthened into $50,000 worth of its products to tho army and navy. NOTICE The 1918 Legislature makes it the duty of every owner, controller, anil manager of lands bordering nnd abutting on any public highway to cut clear away nnd remove from the highway to the extent his land abuts on the tunic, all bushes, weeds, shrubs, and overhanging limbs of trees, and to keep all hedge fences nlong said highway so trimmed and cut back that same nt no time will be more than five feet high. The same to be done by such persons between the 1st day of July and the 20th day of August of each year. Anyone who fails to comply with this act shall be punished by fine of not less than $20.00 nor more than $J"0.00. The enforcement ot this law is ordered by the Fiscal Court of Lincoln county, and said law will be enforced ns provided. T. A. KICK, Judge Lincoln County Court. T. J. HILL, JR., County Attorney. Put your contribution into tho crucible. Do your pnrt in forging freedom's falchion that will blaze eternally down tho nges tho path of liberty and justice for all the world. Play a freeman's part while there is yet time. ONLY ONE THING NOW LACKING MONEY A Real Farm At Auction! Ed Perkins Farm or W. B. Maynard Land ONE MILE FROM CAMP DICK ROBINSON 1 I BEST SECTION OF KENTUCKY; BEST SECTION IN GARRARD COUNTY; BEST SECTION OF THE WORLD, and one of the BEST FARMS in the section. - Monday, August 12th, 1918 I I 10:00 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE This fine farm of 84 acres is now being suthe high dollar on easy terms. This is not only pr bdivided in tracts of 25 acres up and will be sold tolocated; 7 miles from Danville, 7 miles from Lane oducing land, every acre of it, but land that is wellaster, in a neighborhood of good people, the kind you like to live amongst and raise your children with. We contracted last Winter with the owner for the sale of this land, otherwise it would not be on the market at any price today. It will sell cheaper on the 2th than it will ever sell again. HANDSOME SOUVENIRS WILL BE GIVEN AT THIS SALE, AND COL. W. H. MATTHEWS, THE GENIAL CAROLINA AUCTIONEER WILL DO THE SELLING. Each tract will have an unusually broad frontage on the pike, as this farm is surrounded by the pike on two sides, and on the third side it borders a "good gravel road. An ideal farm to subdivide. You remember the scramble last Winter for lands; tobacco will be 25 to 50 per cent higher this year, as it has already sold on the Carolina market 50 per cent higher for the 1918 crop. Buy now and avoid the RUSH! Dinner will be served on the ground by the Bryantsville ladies of the Red 1 Cross i V H O. T. WALLACE, GENERAL MANAGER. UNITED REALTY COMPANY tit'IWdr"1' 'f ) -- "SQUARE DEAL OR NO DEAL." l IHSSJpf .... r jl" a .. . Ippsw? ffFur I- 3 . The Interior Journal', Stanford,' Kentucky, Tueaday, August ... i 6, 1918 . . ,r nr. i ii .. - THE i f INTERIOR JOURNAL E. C Wait 4 J. H. WrlM nnm Hm A Few Words With You IF YOU HOLD ANY mat mttitr. Hot Weather Clothing LIBERTY ' LOAN AND FOUR PER CENT. BONDS THEM CONVERTED DESIRE PER CENT. BONDS. 4 1932.47, OR ANY SECON LOAN 'FOUR PER 4 FIRST CONVERTED IN-T- O LIBER-T- Y CENT. CON-VERTE- D BONDS AN DESIRE THEM PER CENT. INTO 4 LEAVE THEM. BONDS OF 1927-42- , AT THIS BANK AND WE WILL THEM FOR CONVER. THE LINCOLN COUNTY "CORNER BANK. NATIONAL FORWARD SION. NEXT TO KY. COURT-HOUSE- ," STAN-FOR- The Lincoln County National Bank "CORNER NEXT TO THE COU' Stanford, Kentucky HOUSE" DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Boyle county gave Senator James ,V ?540 votes and W. P. Kimball 25. "Homer Wnllacc, a Madison county ""negro, was Riven CO days at hard labor for shooting on the public high" Kaffir ISs" rcs ' V HOTEL OPENING SATURDAY The Stanford Hotel the St, Asaph Hotel made new will be farmally opened next Saturday afternoon, 10th, about 5 o'clock. A big dinner will be served, after which there will be a dance. The opening way. Mrs. Bruce Preston, or Ashland, has been delayed because of the inashot, but unfortunately did not kill bility to get everything in readiness. a burglar who entered her home. Her husband is nt Camp Buell, Lex TERRIBLYJWOLLEN ington, in training. Fire destroyed Atie four-stor- y building occupied bp'Hhc Mutual Suffering Described As Torture China Company, in the wholesale dist. Relieved by trict of Indianapolis, causing a loss estimated at $250,000. Rossvillc, Ga. Mrs. Kate Lee Able, o! The Kentucky boys to fall in action on the field of glory reported this place, writes: "My husband is an yesterday: John D. White, Williams- engineer, and once while lifting, he inburg; Carter H. Coon, Fredonia; Lu- jured himself with a piece of heavy mather Stivers, Finchville, and Clay chinery, across the abdomen He was so sore he could not bear to press on Roland, Hargott. Facing th4 probability of 30,000 himself at all, on chest or abdomen. He men of the August draft call ordered weighed 1C5 lbs., and fell off until he to Camp Zachary Taylor arriving be- weighed 110 lbs., in two weeks. He became constipated and it looked fore the men now at the camp are transferred elsewhere, high officers like he v.oulddie. Wc had three diifercnt are in a quandary to find quarters doctors, ct with all their medicine, his tnr the selects. The camp now is bouels failed to act. lie would turn up bottle of castor oil, and drink crowded with soldiers and officer a training at the Artil- it two or three days in succession, iie candidates in We became did this j w lery Officers' Training school, and desperate, et ithout result. He was swolhe suffered so. many are sleeping under canvas. terribly. He told me his suffering Richmond Elks, says the Register, len could only be described as torture. ore preparing for the coming of a I sent and bought Thedford's record crowd to Richmond Aug. 13 1 made him take a big dose, Reunion and 14 to attend the Elks and when it began to act he fainted, he and to hear Governor A. O. Stanley was in such misery, but he got relief and make one of his characteristic began to mend at once. He got well, patriotic speeches. Every Elk in the and we both feel he owes his life to local lodge las appointed himself a Thedford's committee f one an tne appointwill help you Thedford's ment has been ratified, to see that no to keep fit, ready for (he day's work. detail tending to the comfort or en- Try ill 1 tertainment of the visitors is omitted from the preparations. Black-Draughten-cent Black-Draught. Black-DraughBlack-Draught NC-13- SUPT. GILBERT ON THE RACK For hewing to the line let the chips fall where they may, commend us to Nathaniel B. Scwcll, the excellent nnd efficient inspector and examiner1 of the State. In his official duties Mr. Scwcll knows neither friend or foe. If upon cxnminntion of their offices he finds anything wrong he says so nnd suggests the remedy. The last man to come upder his surveillance Us the Superintendent of Public In struction, Mr. Gilbert. We have long suspected that there was nlmost criminal wnste In this office, which of nil others should be conducted as economically as possible nnd not cent expended thnt will reduce tht amount for which the people nr taxed to give the rising generation the benefit of an education, without which we perish. Mr. Scwell find thnt n great deal of money is taken from the school fund to pay expenses thnt should not be, in curred. For instance, smec Mr. Gilbert has been in office he has enriched the public printer to $40,000 nnd his school inspectors have been permitted to draw expense, accounts nearly double their salaries. One of them spent 20 days In Louis ville at a cost of $3.84 a dny to the State and other expense accounts were allowed not permitted by law. Nepotism seems to hold sway in the department nlso, as relatives arc enrried on the pay roll wtio do not live in Frankfort and can not cam their salaries .unless they do. A nephew of the superintendent is nlso an official favorite, who was per mitted to draw a salary of $125 for work he did not do while nttending the University of Kentucky. Mr. Scwcll recommends that all the il legal amounts paid be returned to the treasury nnd thnt steps he taken for the immediate refund. Mr. Gilbert does not seem to measure up to. the responsibilities of the office or he would not permit n cent of the money raised for the school fund to be diverted from its proper channel. About half of the revenues of the State go to the fund for schools, which the taxpayers would he loath to pay if they knew how much of the amount went to line the pockets of official favorites and kinspeople, who do not render n quid pro quo, and for printing, much of which, we daro say is useless except to swell the profits of, thTTpublic printer. Mr. Scwell is doing a great work for the State in showing up graft and irregularities and th people will owe him something better when his term expires. Iale We will, for 15 Days, sell all our Summer Clothing at Greatly Reduced Prices. They consist of Palm Beaches, Cool Cloths, and Light Weight Summer Clothing. Also a big line of BOYS' SUMMER CLQTHING, Wash Pants, Palm Beaches and Linen. Men's Panama Hats, Straw Hats and Leghorns are included in this sale. HOW DO THESE STRIKE YOU? 1 V59J5aBBrv Men's and Ladies' Low Cut Shoes are included. You can save money now as these goods are going higherjjvery day. McRoberts, Bailey & Rupey THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" President Wilson put Congressman out of the running when in response to one of his Texns constituent's inquiry, responded that he had not gien his administration loynl support. Slnyden knew that it wns all up with him and he mnde a1 virtue of a necessity by immediately withdrawing from the race for a renom-inntloNow comes McLemore, the nuthor of the resolution to calmly submit to Germnn intollernnce and keep our people on" the high seas, and he nlso goes. What his Texas constituency did to horn for renomi-natio- n wns a plenty. He did not carry a single county in his district anil was u poor third in a list of three It is recalled that 102 Republicans voted for thnt resolution, one at least of whom has been promoted by his party to Senator, I. enroot, of Wisconsin. How many others h.ive been honored, we are not aware, but the two enses would indicate which party believes in straight out Americanism. It wilK be interesting to note how many of these 102 Republicans nre reelected and what estimate that party puts on genuine loyalty by honoring traitors. Slnyden n. STANFORD, KY. M1DDLERURC WALNUT FLAT Theo Cowan, one of Cedar Creek's best boys went to Louisville to take The a job to work for Uncle Snm boys who nre patriotic are the boys wc like. Mr. Charles W Boone, son of W II Hoone, Mr. Robert K Tucker, son of John Tucker, hnve arrived safely i-e- Every man feels right with the world when wearing a pair of Dutchess Trousers, which J are guaranteed against ripping and against t buttons dropping off. It is " 0 cents for a but- ton and a dollar for a rip. Buy them at 1 t j ROBINSON'S HMIIMH I To raie the $8,000,000,000 that Congress has been asked to appropriate for the prosecution of the war, the committee to whom the duty was assigned, has swept crcntion with a comb for things to tax, but in the gloom that it has created a bright spot occurs. The tax on sleeping cur tickets will be reduced from 10 to 8 cents. One of the propositions is to tax all hotel bills of $2.50 nnd over 10 per cent which will The Citizens' Patriotic League, of leave the average man mighty little Covington, which visited several nfter the waiter also gets through German citizens thnt had been too with him. free with their mouths, whipped some y Francis X. Bushman, the movie nnd made others subscribe to the Lonn and tho Red Cross, has acstar, married his leading lady, Beverly Bayne, fic days after his first cording to reports from there, made wife procured n divorce from him to- a first class American city of it. gether with $40,000 in a lump sum When it is told that 05 per cent of as alimony and a pretty large sum the population of the city is either to be paid each month. Mrs. Bush- German born or of German descent, man No. 1 seems to have been right it will be renhzed what a job the when she thought all that love do- league had on its hnnds, but it did ings and kisses, indulged in by the it with n vengeance and now no one pair, was the real thing, and not so dares express a German thought. much because the picture called for German newspapers hnve been them. dropped, the langungc has been eliminated from tho publ schools and We hope that Postmaster Burle- there nre no church services in Gr-mnson will not dalcy in issuing nn order Only 100 per cent American-isthat no one shall hold a telephone is tolcrntcd in the city across the line exceeding three minutes. It will river from Cincinnati and thnt should bo pretty hard on the women folks, be the rule everywhere. Our citiwho some time talk oer the wiro an zenry enn not serve two masters or hour or so rehearsing the neighbor- be loyal to but one country. hood news and .scandal, but business Congratulations to the Lebanon before plcnsuic is the order of the day now nnd thet vexntious "line's Enterprise on its chnnge from the busy," should with other nuisances blanket form to n neat be interned for the duration of the quarto. It would be hard to improve the good paper from a news war. standpoint. According to the weather service If you have not n way, ask your report, July was thi- - coolest month for the time of year since 1882, neighbors to let you como with them. when the average temperature was Stand by the boys who arc fighting the same, 75, and it has been 45 for civilization, and be here tomoi- yenrs since there was one cooler. row. The mercury was as low as 55 sevIT'S IN THE AIR eral times and fires were neccs.iry. Windblown pollen, carrying tho The rainfall wan 4.02 inches, which was more than the normal, and which germs that cause hay fever, is abroad has made the corn nnd other grow- in tho land. One remedy is known to ing crops get a move orl themselves. give relief nnd comfort from choking, gasping asthma and tormenting hay An official report says that the fever. Foley's Honey and Tar spreads inflamed government hns bought 3(50,302 a healing coating on nnd colds. memSold branes, stops coughs horses nnd mules up to July 15, everywhero. 63,838 purchased in France. It Is DILLIE BURKE TONIGHT said thnt the life of an army horse lilllie Burke, tho popular screen is only n few days nnd the number has to be replaced constantly. Tho actress will bo at the opera house topoor things suffer almost as much night In "Mysterious Miss Terry," as human beings in the horriblenetw in which she is said to bo very fine--. Better seo her. 15 and 25c. of .war. fine-toot- h Lib-ertn. m n overseas. Leonard Robinson, son of P. B. Robinson, is teaching the Sugnr Grove school and i making n tine success, we are glad to say. Mrs. Alvin Carico, of Louisville, and Mrs .lames McGuire, of Livingston, hnve boon visiting their brother and son. Mr J W McGuire, of Mnywood. Mr and Mrs Carter Robinson nnd pretty little son, of Detroit, arrived Saturday to visit the former's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. I) B. Robinson, near Ottenheim The friends nnd relatives of Roy Cowan regret very much to learn of He wns killed in France his death He hns been with Uncle Sum's army for several years writes his Mr. Marshall Boone friends nnd relatives here that he likes the navy life and is enjoying it to the fullest extent. Mr. Boone went ns a volunteer. Misses Susie Boone, of Somerset, Sue Lucy Stafford and Mnnnie Hughes, of Knoxville, Tcnn., were the guests of Misses IxUtic, l'curlo nnd Byrde Boone the past week. Monday. Mr nnd Mrs. M. F Boone nnd Attorney E C Moore wns here children, Mrs. Mnllie Huddle nnd atSntunlny distributing circulars and tractive little daughter and Mrs. Sarah Dollens, of Somerset, were the advertising a big war conference to recent guests of their relatives, Mr. be held at Liberty, August 27th. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Boone, and family Moore tells us that it is the purpose to make this the greatest day ever of near May wood. Mr. Chauncey Curry, formerly of known in the history of Liberty. Cincinnati, who visited Marshall and Noted speakers from several points Charles Hoone last summer for n will be there, to entertain tho crowd. couple of weeks, is now in France. Every father and mother in the counMr. Curry made many friends while ty, who hnve sons in the nrmy nnd every lover of true Amcricnnism nre in dear old Lincoln county. expected to be present nnd tnko part PREPARE TOR THE HOT !AVE in the patriotic exercises. Remember The hot sun is doubly dangerous if the date, August 27th. there is a mass of undigested food in the stomnch. Foley Cathartic Tab- j CAUGHT COLD AT PALM BEACH Southern climate is no protection lets give prompt nnd sure relief. They Helen II. net gently but do their work tho- against summer colds. W. 1'nlm roughly. They cleanse tho bowels, Saunders, 021! 2nd Av sweeten the stomnch and benefit the Bench, Fin., w rites: "My severo cold liver. For indigestion, biliousness, on the chest wns relieved by Foley's bad breath, bloating, gas. Sold Honey and Tar Compound." This fine old family remedy can bo depended Sam Willoughby, n prominent upon to relieve summer colds, farmer of Madison, is dead of tyasthma and croup. Sold every phoid fever. where. son-in-lnJ hay-feverI The knier Is not mnking nny dntes for big dinners in Pnris just now He perhnps is more concerned nbnuf his Inst dinner in Berlin. Good rnlns hnve been falling for n week or more anil they were welcome visitors, too The ground wns very dry nnd crops were sulTering. The tobacco crop in this section Is thought to be the poorest ever known There wns very little more than n hnlf crop set, nnd thnt is small ami not nt all promising. The primnry election here Sntur-iln- y wns n real quiet nffair The officers had little or nothing to do nnd were nble to tnke on occasional nap undistrubed The tlonter found "poor pirkin'." If indeed he found , nny "pickin' " nt all Rev C I) Chick in a late sermon nt the Itnptist church here, mnde n feeble effort to justify Rev II Ilojer Taylor's course ns to the wnr Rev. Chick is very much of the same type of prencher ns Talor, nnd it wns very much like him to nttempt to defend the Rev II Boyer There wns n little shooting nffnir nt Wnlltown one dny Inst week, Jns. Denhnm, who keeps n general store there, is snid to have "peppered" his Ed Patterson, pretty properly with small shot. We did not get the facts, hut It Is hinted thnt a woman figured in the case. The matter will be tried out at Liberty j HOME FOR SALE ! that will necessitate my being from home for the greater part of the time, I have decided to sell myrlomc, situated on Logan avenue in Stanford, Ky. This is without a doubt, one of the best Cottage Homes in Stanford. Has Six Rooms, Two Porches (the back porch being latticed and screened), Splendid Bath Room, and all modern conveniences. Large Lot, splendid new Barn, excellent s Poultry House and all other necessary Garden, first-clas- Having closed a contract with n Tobacco concern outbuildings. The whole house is newly painted throughout, and must be seen to be appreciated. If you want a chance U it, call phone 199 for appointment and W. P. KINCAID. come and look'it over. Stanford, Ky. Phone 199 - . v S L I. MIIIMI nuimini ,"'T'''r"yiW(n'KB.i J iZEZ&J&:&". The Interior Jb'ufnal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, August F i HSsffSsHBOBM 6, 1918 PaiiT I s l TliMbJhtDMfi! "Goedaifkt to Con FaIm-Co- tm yHt0ffWitkM0eUItH corn-pullin- "ftOV Klrls. You can launh t g tight shoes, nr damp, weather. Ids; bumpy corns, calluses on the notes of your feel, corni tbi toes, hard and aolt corns. Mrs, S. 8, Rice is visiting her mother at itorse Cave, Wnr Council Jomfjrrow, Aug. 7th, begins nt 10 o'clock A. M, ,' Ml Elizabeth Cnrtcr hns return ed from a week's visit io Louisville friends. Mrs. Robt. Woods and Miss Susan Fisher Woods were Danville visitors Monday, Miss Ella L. Wnrren Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George M. Klscr in DR. J. W. WEBER CHIROPODIST BE PATRIOTIC AND DO YOUk , 7 part : ,. In Winning the War for Your Country 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 and Securities of our Great Country. , f " net ad , iBn off .wnk 'G-!- II LLLr By strict economy, by f PERSONAL AND SOCIAL II. Bright Hnys i clerking in The Prirrnn. Mr. Willlnm Morcland, of Liberty, pent Sunday In this city. Carter has returned MIm from n visit with friends nt Huston vllle. t9ttt If you will juat touch the corn or callus with a raw drop or TJeta-IU- ,' What a blessed relief It gives id corn palnal Tou won't limp any more; you can enjoy tht danca every minute. Then to see how that corn or callus will come right off complete, like a banana peel and without the least pain, la Juit wonderful. '(lets-I- t la the blga-ei- t teller among corn removers In the world today, simply because It la ao wonderfully simple and always works. )e sure you get 'nets-It.'- " "(Jets-It- ,' the guaranteed, money-bac- k the only aure way, coata but a trine at any drug store. corn-remov- tu fum cm n. bMtic." , Miss Daisy Lunsford is the guest UTdbyE.Lawrtnce&Co.,Chlcago,Ill. of Crab Orchard friends. Miss Louise Moore wont to Richmond Monday to visit friends. Miss Ruth Tanner, of McKinney, wns hero with friends Monday afternoon. Mrs. A. II. Seeranee went to Richmond Mondny to :t Tier father, Dr. M. C. Heath. Miss Mary Hubbard, of the West Knil, has been the guest of Mr. nml Mrs. K. C Eubank, at Pnrksville. Higgins Woods, of Cincinnati, arrived Sunday night to visit his mother, Mrs. Adelin Woods, nnd sister, Miss Minnie Wood'. Mr. Newman Ilirk, of Owensboro, lent several days with his wife and children who nre guests of her brother, Mr. J W Hnughmun, nnd wife. Miss Matildn Hell, of the Turners. ille section, has as hrr guests this week Miss Martha Elli. of Middle-burFrances Depp, Hustonville, nnd Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by The Penny Drtur 8tore. Mrs. Marj H. Owens arrived to visit her relative, Mrs. John W. Rout. Mr W, C. Fish, of Paint Lick, was tilt of his son, Mr. W. S. Fi3h, Sit-urday J. II. Reid, of Liberty, was here Sumlny with his brother, George Held. Mr. nml Mrs. W U McCnrty went nnd family. to PinrvHle Monday to visit Judge ami Mrs? V. T. Dnvis. The Utiles Ai.i Society of BnptM church will meet with Mrs. Jew Wenren Friday nt 3:30. Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes H. Woods nml Harris nttemleil the Miss Levisn Ilarrodsburg fair Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry N. Jones spent Sumlny with her parents. Mr and Mm. S. II. Martin, of Mt VerWalter Carter, wife and children, who have been at James McHec's for to Louisville wwwo time, returned Sandfly. The D. A. U.'s will serve nml coffee Wednewlny, War Conference Day, In the old , Severance store room ami Miss Mrs. Annie Kngelmnn Sue Taylor Kngelmnn have moved Into the A T. Nunnelley home on Imprinter street. Miwes Sophie Saunders ami Jane llockor returned Sumlny afternoon from a visit to friends nt Richmond. They had a very delightful visit. Judge Charles Hnrdin, Mrs Hardin and a bunch of pretty linrrodsburg lassies were in the city Sunday afterto Crab Orchard noon en route Sprincs. Mr. K. P. Woods left Sumlny afternoon for St. Louis to buy n carload of the big Percheron mares like thoio he sold nt public auction here some weeks ngo. Miss Annie Phillips has the thanks of the writer for n bnsket of unusually fine beans which she raised without assistance. Miss Phillips is an exceptianally Rood gardener. Mrs. Sam J. Hell, of4hc Turners-ill- e section, hnd as her quests Friday James D. Depp and family, Mr J. W. Powell, of Hustonville, and Mrs. Klbert Hnrper, of Saulsbury, sand-wfclw- Messrs. J. T. Kmbry, of Frankfort, nnd Hud Hintt, of Grecndnlc, came nome irem Frankfort to vote. "Let the old reliable I. J. come on to me." writes L. A. Gooch from Nappnnee, Ind., ns he encloses money for the home paper. Mr. Welch Rochester hns been an- twintcd a member of the local war beard to succeed Mr. George H Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hill and little J. II. Hill, Jr.. left Saturday afternoon to visit the scenes of the former's boyhood in LnRue, Hart and i se'eet'er Cojpi'i, deceased. A most excellent Kon, non. N. C. Columbia Records HEAR THE NEW JULY RECORDS NOW BEING PLAYED ' ' , AT PENNY DRUG STORE E. R. Coleman Prop. ' Barren counties. Mrs. I!. J. Bethurum. of Somerset, wns the guest for n short while of Ruth Spears, Turnersville. Mrs Lewis J. Jones. She wns joined Mrs. Homer Carpenter nnd pretty by her husband, and they left for little daughter. Miss Klennor Somerset Friday nfternoon. Mr nnd Mrs. J. W Williams and returned to Richmond Mon-iln- y son returned Friday evening from n morning after a visit to her visit to the scenes of Mr Williams' Dr. and Mrs J G Carpenter. boyhood days nenr Castlewood. Va. A little son wns born in the home They left his father considerably imof Mr. nnd Mrs. A M. Pence the proved in health. Mi-s- . Ira J Hnlt7clnw, of Lancasother day. He has been named Morter; Mis Allia Mav Cummins and gan Smith Pence, for his grandfath- her visitor. Miss Miriam Munger, of er, the Into Morgan Smith Rnugh-man- . Indianapolis, have returned after a nlensant visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Col. J. T Menefee was here from Thompson, of Danville. 'Find enclosed $1.50 for the Cleveland, O , Saturday ami Sunday Let the 'chenpest ami best" come I. J. on: with his parents, Mr and Mrs. J N. would be lost without it. Here's Menefee, Sr. Col. Menefeo will hoping thnt 'Gen. Maude' will bring move his family to Louisville i.bout thousands. Wish it wns so I could bid on her." writes the Interior Jour-nnl'- s Sept. 1st and travel from there old friend, Joe B, Williams, Rona McKcchnie.'of the U S. S. from Rockwood Tenn. Mercury, Is nt home for a few days Miss Bettie McCnnn Perrv gave n and his legion of friends arc mighty verv delightful f00 partv at her home glnd to see him. He has mnde five in Richmond to Misses Dorothy Reid. Danville, nnd Minnie Robinson, of voyages ncross the briny deep since of There were ten tables Iincnster he went into Uncle Snm's service and of plovers. Miss Mabel Ruth Coates looks ns if he will be nine to mne won the highest score nnd Miss Reid many more. He has only a brief fur- wns given the guest prize. The nnrrrc of George Ewalt Givcns lough nml will go back to his ship, hns been ndded to the Honor Roll, which is in New York harbor, the which is composed of those patriotic citizens who have bought to the limit middle of the week. Clniliorne C Walton, who is a of Wnr Savings Stamps. Bv the wav, George C. Mr. Givens' father, marine, on the battleship, Montana, Givens. hnd a letter Mr. from him the is here visiting his parents, Mr. nnd other day saying thnt he would sail Mrs. K. C. Walton. He returned last in a few days for France. Mr. W. E. Moss, of Lancnster, wns week from the other side, his ship having convoyed a dozen or more here Saturdav advertising the sale of S. R. Wilder's farm near Shelhv transports benring Sammies for serv- City, which will be made by Col. G, ice In France. This was young Wal- II. Swinebroad, the Lancnster "sale ton's ninth trip across, nnd natural- wizard," next Thursday, Aug. 8th. He wns accompanied bv his hand" ly he has become quite a some wife, who wns Miss Kudoxie He will be here until Thursday or Fri- Moss, who attended Stnnford Female day. Ho hns been in the service n College in dnys gone by. Ray Tanner, son of Mr nnd Mrs. couple of years nnd has grown from weighing E. J. Tanner, of McKlnncv, has ara sapling to n something less than n ton. rived safely overseas. He belongs to Stewart Y. Cnrson had n enrd Mon- an engineering corps. James Hnll, of Newport News, Va.. day from Francis A. Wenthcrford, army field clerk with headquarters is visiting his mother, Mrs, T. P. 2fith Division, Americnn Expedition-nr- y Tupmnn, nt Hustonville. Mrs. G. II. Mnstera and children Forces, France, saying that he is getting along splendidly. He says spent severnl dnys with relatives at Bernstndt, returning home Wesley Kmbry is in the same town East with him and that he too, ia well. On Monday evening. Russell Brown, one of the ellieient the card is the picture of a beautiful girl nnd he says that most of the Y. M. C. A. secretaries nt Camp 5Cach-r.rTaylor, spent Monday here with French women are just that pretty. If that be the case, "Francis," ns his his wife nnd parents. Lieut, nnd Mrs. Burton Woodford legion of friends back- - home know him, may bring bnck n wife in the nre here from Cnmp Shelby at llat- tiesburg, visiting relatives, Includperson of u beautiful French girl. Judge W T. Davis hns ben se- ing the Cnsh nnd Grinstead families. riously ill for tho past two weeks at Mrs. Ad Dawes ami Misses Ruth Moutreat, N. C where, accompanied and Lnurn Dawes nnd Mr. c'rnnk by his wife, Mrs, J. C. Walker mil Hnmlbaugh, of Cincinnati, are guests Miss Lenn Rollins, he went to ittteml of the family of C. W. Lowell, out a Sunday school convention of the on Somerset pike. Presbyterian church. He vraa conMrs. CnrI A. Carter nnd little con, fined to his bed for over n week, the EJwin DePauw Cnrtcr, nrrived '.bis physlcinns fearing that he was g ing morning from Bognlusa, Li , to sec to hnvo an nttnek of pneumonia. Wo her brother, CIniborno C. Wnlton, are glad to nnnounco thnt tho dan who is here on n furlough from his ger is passed, nnd tho Judge ia now battleship, Montnnn. rapidly recperihRnnd it is expectNews comes from Hustonville that ed thnt ho and Mrs. Davis will return a little daughter arrived at tho home homo within tho,,ne)t.t ten days. of Mr. and Mrs. Smith T. Powell on Pinovillo Sun. Judge Davis married The little, lady has been ' a sister of Messrs. W. L. nnd ,T. M. nnmed Elizabeth Knthcrino Powell McCarty, of this city. , for her two grandmothers. . Cnr-pentepar-ents. ''fen-dog.r, the-23rd- . Winchester. Mrs. Charlie Thompson went up to Mt. Vernon this morning to visit Jicr sister, Mrs. McRcc. Miss Alice Bright, of Van Dorn, Aln., is here the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Eliza Portmnn. Mrs. George T. Wood is spending the ilny with her mother, Mrs. G. A, Swinchrond, nt Lancaster. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. T. Rrucc and Miss Ella May Saunders nml Mr. Stcwnrt, nil of Stnnford, were with Richmond friends the first of the week. Register. Mr. Nnt E. Hatcher nnd family, of Barren county, have been with his brother, Mr. W. A. Hatcher, nnd family, of the McCormack's church section. Lynn Pence has gone to Louisville to take a course in n business college. His father, E. T. Pence. Jr., accompanied him and spent a day or so in the city. D. M. Lipps, who has been staDetioned in the Quartermaster's partment nt Fort Bcnjnmin Harrison for the pnst yenr, is spending a few dnys with his brother, Rufus Lipps. Danville Advocate. The Red Cros ladies are knitting socks for the soldiers, and the way their fingers nre working indicntes the vengennce with which they nre going after the kaiser, The truth is the women nre doing more, than half the fighting in this war, Mrs. Mary E. Welch, of this city, nnd Mrs. Theo wrote dore Roosevelt a letter of condolence when their son, Quonfin Roosevelt, came to such a tragic end. On Mon dny she received a card expressing their appreciation of her sympathy for them. The women, God bless them, nr. working overtime this, hot wenthc, decorating the court-hous- e for tomorrow, when thousands will gather here to celebrate the victories the Allies have achieved as well as organ Be ize n War Council of Qpfcns'c. here and help in both. THE LATEST WAR NEWS Only the fleeing Germans have ceeded the Americnn troops in , Foot Doctor GUARANTEED TO REMOVE Corns. Bunions. Ingrowing Nails, Falling Arches And Other Troubles Of The Feet AT THE HUNN HOUSE, STANFORD " tt Miiiniii tt t .ti.t 9 nl STATIONERY Have just received a Big Line of Symphony Lawn and Lord Baltimore. Stationery. Let '" us supply your wants. . The Lincoln Pharmacy The exdis- 3t2!S FOUND Store Tap belonging See Will Dntson to tance traversed since the allied drive began. The Americnns have played a prominent part in the great victory. The salient is gone and France and civilization hns reason to re joice. A German submarine sunk the British ambulance steamer Warilda as the vessel was homeward bound from France with sick nnd wounded. A large number of incapacitated men were killed by the explosion of the torpedo or drowned in attempting to leave the vessel in small boats. Several Americnns were on board nnd one of them is missing. Yesterday's roport on casualties, sent in two lists, swelled to 706 Of this number 459 were names. killed in action and eighty died of In giving out the lists the wounds. Wnr Department announced that the casualties in the big battle were coming in, but warned against any leductfons being drawn from the figures. Large as the number is, officials believe that the toll of the victory will not be unusually large. A statement of the plans for the organization nnd dispatch of the American military contingent to Rus- sia will be given out tomorrow by Gen. March, Chief of SUIT of the army. It is believed the statement will disclose the fact that it follows rather than proceeds the action that has been determined upon. Gen. Baron Uyelinra, Chief of Staff of the Japanese army, probably will be in command of the joint expedition. HERE AND THERE B. L. Abnev. nn aged citizen of the Union City section off Madison county, is dead. . coun John K. Mauilcn. the ty race horno man nnd breeder, hns given two more thoroughbreds to tho Red Cross nnd soldiers' tobacco fund. Establishment of n nntionnl pub lic utilities administration to recommend rate increases for certain util ities as a war measure, the association to represent practically all State commissions, has been recommended to President Wilson. The Houso Ways and Means Com mittee agreed to Heavy increases In the present war tax on tobacco, cigars nml cigarettes as part or the new $8,000,000,000 Revenue Bill. Tho tax, which imposes three times the existing rates on some Items oi the schedule, is expected to raise approximately $340,000,000. Wedgod in passages and on the stairs of tho subway, while crowds tried vainly to find tho cross-towcars, many women fainted and a number of persons suffered minor injuries in New York when tho new "II" .subway system went into effect. Tho confusion resulted from the pas sengers not knowing where to hnd cars and many persons tho cross-tow- n wcro lost or wandered aimlessly about tho platforms, n THE SENATORIAL RACES Senator Ollie M. Jnmes won the nomination for Senator by an overwhelming 'majority over W. P. Kimball, of Lexington. The race between Judge B. J. Bethurum and Dr. Ben L. Bruner for the Republican nomination for Senator is in doubt, with both of the gentlemen claiming From our viewpoint, the honor. however, it looks like the Somerset entry is the winner. Submarines again are working off the Atlantic seaboard off the Virginia coast, where an American tank steamer has been sunk, and off Nova Scotia, where a number of small craft have been sent to the bottom. LOCAL, APPLICATIONS. M. tliey at the disease. cannot reach the st-Catarrh Id a local disease, creatly by constitutional conditions, ami in ordrr to cure it you must take an menial eimsdy Hall's Catarrh Medline Is taken Internally ard acts thru he blood on the mucous surfaces ot the )Mem. Hall's Catarrh Medicine ias inscribed by ono of the best physicians n this lountry for years. It Is of homo of the brut tonics Known, onibtncd with gome of the best blood lurlflers The perfect comhtnatlon of he IngredUnts In Hall's Catarrh Medline Is what produces tuch wonderful csults In catarrhal conditions. Send for MtlmonlaN free. ' J CHENcr .V CO., Trops , Toledo. O. All Druggists, 7f.c Halt's I'mnlly ri'H for constipation. Willi com-Hifi- 'd a wagon. works. MY It y, G2-2- Catarrh Cannot Be Cured FALL SAMPLES are now in. Call in and see them. IL C. Kup-lep merchant tailor, Stanford. DRIVING HORSE A horso gentle nnd ntae one, well broko for a lady to drive. John Cook, Stan ford. Gltt ONION CRATES I have for. sale-10onion crates. Will sell cheap if taken at once. II. N. Cl-t- f Jones, Stanford. "" SMALL RESIDENCE WANTED I desire to rent at onco a residenco ot four or five rooms. T. B. Hub-bel- l, at Interior Jirnnlofnce.CO-t- f WANTED I have in stock ono Silo 12x30, one piece staves, clear Oregon Fir, thnt I will sell nt a great bargain. Drop me a card or call phone 199, Stanford, Ky. 58tf. P. Kincaid, Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE 15 "good yearling bucks and lambs, Southdown and Hampshiredown mixed. Also two Poland China boars, weight about 100 pounds. Henry D. Baughman More-lan- d, one-bush- A 0 51-t- f Ky. SOW A sow weighing about 75 pounds, came to my place some dnys ago. Owner can get her by prov- CENT-A-WOR- D ADS 1 (Ad here with order, r no ad ih rent a word each issue, ! thu lie ech Ittue TRY onr new bread. Fresh daily. George H. Fnrris. J32-t- f WANTED To' swap a stock of clothing for a good automobile. lp Newt. Gutman, Crab Orchard. FUUNITUitETlattings, Druggets. Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases. Pictures, Stoves and Composition Roofing. W. A. Tribble, Stanford. ing property, paying for this notice and her keep. W. D. Tillett, Mcp Kinney, Ky. "" 1 1 OG A barrow hog, weighing about 90 pounds when ho came to my place July 15, enn bo had by describing property and paying for his keep and this notice. Sam J. Bell, p Stanford, R. F. D. No. 5 FOR SALE OR RENT My propresidence erty in Stanford. of seven or eight rooms. Six or seven acres of ground. Located corner Lo- gan Avenue and Lancoster street. A very desirable home. Possession Oct. 1st. W. S. Fish, Stanford, Ky. 52-- tf Cl-4C3-2Two-story SILO FOR SALE have in stock One Papec Silo Filler that I wjll sell for less than first cost, although the price on them has advanced Twice since I bought this one. If not sold I privately before, will positively be sold at auction in e at Stanford on next Monday front of the Court-Hous- (County Court Day), at 3 O'Clock P. M. W. P. KINCAID t gwhiktti lliliyi " 1 vpW 3BW? JlTOStflK H & ; 1"j rv ZIScKBBjr'ZiSat 'ansssz. jgfymiwi;, - . .. ..... .u ! ..fci t imiiMif idhjfcfcJMBwMMdMIBWWWWB j..;"-"'V " 'Poor Si I hnitenoJournaiSibterd, Kentucky;,Tuesday, August 6, 1918 'V .V. I ..v JL. VACCINATE 1 to f WWW in powers of nction and endurance as EIGHTEEN TO FORTY.FI VE Comrriissioner's Sale The discussion of changes in the men ;Q. As laborers men Of 45 Lincoln Circuit Court' law to create a larger reicr- - and. byend.ho havo led active lives 'draft voir of available man power, nnd cs- - hdw' laJAfaetbry stamina. Tho point neeially to cnlarsrc Class 1. made tin is hfcaUU)Mit, among men bevond 40 Grace Austin, Ac, Plaintiffs, vcr- of men who may bo carted with tho there nro'moro who havo Independent us Llllfe Yocum, Ac, Dciondnnls minimum disturbance of business and .incomes than there are among men. Notice of Sale. In obedience to a Judgment ren nt the smnllest sacrifice of earnings under .10. Nevertheless tho prefer-- 1 a.HAM Mhtith inmi in. nnnnnn mnuna unnn ni army ofllcers for fresher ma- -' dcrcd In tho above styled cnJio and ...,......, ...unto " Ul'UII Mill..! plain. Their tenacity nction nt tho .May term, 1018, tho un tcrial is nrcttv it plain that many members or are inclined to look at tho mat of purposo indicates that by ono rlerslirned commissioner will on means or another they will get young MONDAY, AUGUST 12TH, 1918 10 cirnii ter sentimentally, onjcciing age," nnd .men, for active service at least. No Ing men "below tho voting (County Court Day) Department, reflecting! matter what compromise) may be that the War door in army ofllcers, is inclined made between Congressmen moved In front of tho court-hous- e the views of .,, .Uoftin. frnm tVwi mirolvlbv sentiment nnd nrmv makers rnn.t Stanford. Kv.. nt about 2 o'clock Pi ... fWiwl belief thnt a man below voting sidcring nothing but the utility of M., offer for sale at public outcry to , material, tho probability of the older. tho highest nnd best bidder following n rpHlimn hi . "V . tis more usciui liornmnarmy ., - Imaii getting to the front seems re described nronerty. all situated in man 10 nn tmnt Courier-Journa- l. Lincoln county, Ky.: the man who is beyond 40 nt tho mote. (1) A lot on White Oak creek on time he becomes a registrant There THE SUGARALLOWANCE West side of C, N. O. & T. F. Railnrc two sides to all questions and it Tho Lincoln county, grocers aro in way right of way, beginning on West is not difficult to understand why receipt of the following circular, side of same and South sido of counthere should bo two sides in this or why tho Congressman which nil loyal ones will follow to ty road nt Howen, Ky., so ns to .inacre, moro or less, clude one-hnnlmiild he nn the side he is on nnd the letter. plcnsc find the ccrtili- the army officer on the sido he is on,l Enclosedyiour August allotment of purchased by A. A. Yocum from Julia Webster, Ac. Cics ior there being of course exceptions. represents tho entire (2) About two and a half acres Tho registrant who is 45 using, """fr . woh'c , .. household ... sugar ... with on McKinney & Oreon River Rond, . , ,. .i.r . ....... we maximum iiruiiusvu.i iu.ui kc " " ' ,c ""Pi"11-beginning at P. Sluder's corner in o der before see ng w,""i Vur v""-- Iw...,i be 47 or Mnn rfcMrnnU un- - you durinjr tho month of August. rond j thence N. 50 W. 50 poles; J " .luHno Thls 9 soverc cu " the ",uu,'t thence S. 40 W. 0 poles, 1.1 links; Hraft were not dciri i l..f this N. S. 44 r originally allotted per month to your thence 12 polesE.to47 poles: thence Huf is made necessary by the 53 E. tho beginning. year after their glnk, b BUbmnrinM of ,arc unn. there is reserved from this boundnry omccrs Prnlun'...'m,ntp,?!1nn,r( titles of sugar, by the loss of beet of nn ncro on North end; camps a factories in Europe nnd by rncnts. The road from civil 1 pother renso ns disclosed in newspaper this lot purchased from SidAustin. (3) Town lot in McKinney, .lut.es of the roRMtrant to issued from Washington, on McKinney & nt fighting is not nvna"Jnn& T cnnb,c Vu to supply your re. llustonville corner thenco nn Knterly pike; suggest that vou sell trade, foct; with Church street t0 rcKUlr customer, and directionNorthward 210 feet;75thence mentnl pliancy nnd its powers of en- - ,,0 not ,ow r to be taken thence ,b durance and power of recovery from from You should Westward to said rond; thence with floatcrs both fatigue nnd wounds Is prefer- - kcc bookJ or card system alpIm. road to beginning, containing about midcilc-ngc- d acre, and purchased from S. matenn , and betfcaiiy arranged, in which you one-han.blc ,tp that if the youth is called and is not shouI(, rcKister the namc of thc head A. Montgomery. (4) A town lot in McKinney, sent to the trenches ror n yenr or of tho household, the number of two ho is improvinf: while he is be pcrsons. jn his fnmiiy, nnd thc dates beginning on Mlddicburg ctrcct at a ing held on this sido of the Atlantic, on which you have sold him two stone; thence S. 48 feet to line of while the man beyond 40 is, In the pounds, if a city customer, or five Colored Christian Church lot; thence average case nt least, not going up pounds if n country customer; nnd E. with that lot and G. E. Jones 125 hill physicnlly. you should limit him to two pour.ih feet to n corner; thence N. 45 feet A progrcssi-farmer buys young pCr month per person in his family to G. E. Jones; thenco W. 125 feet workstock rather than aged animals s n total. This can be done by loose to beginning; purchased from G. E. upon the idoa that he to getting cnf book, or by card system, nnd Jones. (5) A town lot in McKinney, beworkstock which have improvement must be open to inspection of th account F00d Administrator during nil busi- - ginning nt N. E. corner of lot 1, in nnd are upon-th- nt in tht-E. prefernble to aged stock which can ncsa hours. If you run out of sugdr center of pike; thence S. 75 same; not improve nnd must gradually de- - jt can not be resupplicd, except ns 11) polesN. to W.2 E. corner of thence E. 4 poles; 14 cline in powers of entlurance. That you mny liave sold iugar on cam. in.; thence W. 19 poles to center of is the way apparently In which army certificates issued by the county N. 73 14 ofllcers look at man power. The sen- - Food Administrator, or hi deputii-s- . pike; thence with same S.7G poles W. of timentnl objection to calling boys ' This sugar will be resupplied vhen to beginning, containing docs not nppenl to tlicrn. possible. The nllownnce , to your land, more or less, purchased from It is concievnble that if the drart trade is made on thc bnsis of your Claud Lay, &c. of about 45 acres (fi) A tract ngc should be extended in both d!- - report to this office of your sal-- s in roctions, upward and downward, the April, Miry and June, .1918, less the of land on Green river, beginning nt army makers might have their way. amount of sugar ynu had on hand D. Vinson corner, in Johnson's line; They might so instruct draft bonrds July 1st. It docs not tnke into con-nn- d thence with Vinson's line S. 35 W. medical examiners that few old- - sidcration nny suggestions you have 77 pole to n gum on the ridge; poles W. cr men and mnnv younj men would made in your report as to your e thence S. 45 4 locust 44bushes to a nnd called. Seemingly they do not quirements for July, August and Sep- - sassafras nnd S. C.9 E. G8 poles wish to rely upon such a process ot tembcr, ns thc entire allotment is stone; thence on hillside; thence S. JO E. eliminntion, obviously one which based on your nctunl use in the pre to a bush 50 poles to n stone on North bank of might not eliminate older men to the vioui months. Carter's llranch, corner to Y.r S. extent desired. They prefer advance FRED M. SACKETT. elimination nnd complete elimination Federal Food Administrator for Johnson: thence his line N. 47 W. 14 poles to beginning, purchased from Kentucky. of man power which would deterioG. W. .Moore, &e. rate during thc period of training The object of the sale is for a diJ. II. Iteed, was elected president and subsequent scrvico while the younger men they want would im of thc Kentucky Holstein Cattle vision of the proceeds nmong the prove, illreedcrs' Association at its ?icond owners. TERMS! Assuredlv there are manv men of annual meeting held on the experi- The sales will be made on credit 45 who feel that they arc as strong ment station farm at Lexington J Con-Kress "" ii, m .- lf ,il "!,""?!' one-eight- h Pt0JtfZul;lll,, f lf c 1- 1- -2 1- of six months. Bonds with good se- Danville Businets School curity will bo required of purchasers, pnynblo to the commissioner nnd A Practical Bnlnni Educatfra bearing six per cent, interest from To Aldate of sale until paid, having the lure Sncctia. judgment, nnd force nnd effect of a secured by lien on property sold. Danville Business E. C. WALTON, Maattr CommlitloMcr Lincoln CirSchool G'vcs This cuit Court. it Pot Catalogue and Information SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of execution No. 1010, which issued from tho clcrk'e offico D. B. HARRIS, Principal, of tho Lincoln County, Ky., circuit DanvllU, Ky. court on tho 25th day of June, 1918, nnd directed to tho sheriff of Lincoln county, Ky., nnd in favor of AUCTIONEERING S. M. Chnmbliss, Receiver, agninst C. C. Singleton, nnd levied by me on I can get you highest prices for your the land hereinafter deser'hed, nnd on all tho right, titlo nnd interest of land, stock, crops or household goods. said C. C. Singleton therein, which levy was mado op June 26, 1918, I Sales Cried Anywhe will, on Monday, August 12, 1018, at the courthouse door in Stanford, JOHN B. DINWIDDIZ. MaraUnJ. Lincoln county, Ky., at tho hour of 1:30 P. M., cxposo to public sale, to the highest and best bidder, nil the tight, titlo and interest of said Singleton in tho said property, being an Dr. J. G. Carpenter interest, or . so undivided onc-hnmuch thereof ns will be necessary to Stanford, Kantucky. satisfy said execution nnd thc costs thereon, said sale to be on a credit Ofllce in Lincoln County National of three months from tho day of sale, Rank Ilulldlng. purchaser to givo bond with approved surety, to have force and ef Diseases of thc cyo. nose, throat, fect of judgment, on which execution car, ucnito-UrinnrPelvic, Recta) mny issue, if samo is not paid nt ma- and Skin. turity. Eyes Scicntificly tested ami gins Said land is thus described: Situated in McKinney, Lincoln es tKllfulIy urcscribed. county, Ky., nnd beginning at stone CONSULTATION and StJRGKHV Orn Gooch's corner and in line of W. 228 feet Alley, thence S. 15 t6 Q. & C. right of wny: thence N. Embahnei W. 210 feet with right of wny 17 E. .95 to corner; thenco N. 73 feet with Q. & C. Yards; thenco with E. 37 feet to beginAlley S. 74 ning, nnd being same land conveyed to said Singleton nnd M. II. SingleMRnStaByWaRMaaRM RSbV? I ton by Ora Gooch, deed therefor of record in Lincoln county clerk's office in deed book 48, page 570. The amount of said debt is $379.02, with G per cent interest thereon from Mny 8th, 191G, until paid, and the amount of the I C. McCLARY costs in the execution named, J10.S0, Hon rfcona It and in addition tho sheriff's costs in One rD Ifl? making this sale. H. C. UAUGHMAN, Sheriff of Lincoln County, Ky. t This July 23, 1918. Crescent lligh-clns- s job printing at the Nctry The x, am prepared to vaccinate for ItUck Leg, and all other tock diseases. JOHN COOK, V.t.rlnarUn, Stanford, Ky. Phono 204. Aa-thrn- Ad-dro- c We, whoso names are hereto 'Mr, tachod will permit neither hunting, (lining no rtrespassing of nny kind . on our property, and those guilty of doing such will be prosecuted to the full extent of tho law: J. C. Fox A Son; Fox Duddcrar; M. D. Elmore. 25 lights, $175.00; 35 lights $250.00 GO POSTED! lights, $300.00 GRAY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS lf Llfhti 60 them, so you are protected ngainst nny suspicion of their and abiolutaly weakness. Strong-ai-t bait, nnd within reach of nil farmer 60 We guarantee W. K. WARNER Phono 188 Stanford, Ky. -n KILL THOSE FLIES Undertaker - R 1- 1- miBWF fneejv Don't delay n moment In rlddinitvourhomo t( ot dangerous dis- 1 raut.imrjulinff file HVTSVU. tTfi kaT1 Itf crt aftrr thrm rich! a war. clean. The toramon-Kmr- . muiI 1111 fAC-2TSt- T msrwmTr W ' 'Jt laniUry way U to ux &t6mUuk n iiVimplro l abarmlovrsttiUe twwJ'fi rire to nunkmd and It lUolulrly animal, but li flfrn. mollia, inoaqultora. rocknAchc.tlrn,anlninl llrr.nnl'.tU- - La brunU with icrim ifry. lorn tirllnua taix Uut C-- ly J. 60-3- JpunwljJinci: J. 8VW- - L. Beailey & Co., g ( 3-- re-b- fcj&AS Undertaker ItfSgM? AfaTrvVE fk ra?f m e Heights Stock pn , ready lor ute. a pJcilile t xl SureDcathtoSuchlnsectsas lint huc. ami tlnnl in any inum In a ptM nj alnayi price 10c Si vfeaflnRSallfe 'V ( We icll It 'J Aberdeen-Angu- s Cheaper than Paris Green Green for Potoloes, Tobacco Etc. Harmless to men and I Cattle animals. - Embalmer Phone 42. Stanford. Ky SouthJown Sharp, Duroc.Jrnay Hogi The best bloodlines Is represented In each of these famous breeds. High- class individuals for sale at all times. E. V. CARSON R. F. D. No. 5 Stanford. Kentucky HARRY N. JONES iroccries and Meats, Stanford, Ky. Land, Stock, Crop And Farming Implements of Haggard King At Public Auction, Thursday, Aug. 15 AT 9 O'CLOCK, A. M., it ' m : : V In Garrard County, 4 Miles from Lancaster, Fall Lick Pike DESCRIPTION: 136 acres, level, fertile, high state of cultivation, no waste land, well and brick house, two halls, three porches, beauticonveniently fenced, everlasting water. Eight-rooful lawn, large shade trees, fine orchard. An ideal home. m TO SEE THIS EXCELLENT FARM IS TO WANT TO OWN IT Large stock barn, tobacco barn, cribs, sheds, poultry houses and yards, and all necessary acres in tobacco, balance in grass. outbuildings. 4U acres in corn, I I A TRACTOR FARM m & 1' mm km :' i M Si KT BBBBBW I S Will be sold in different tracts, or as a whole, and with or without the crops, and possession at once, or January , 1919, just to suit the prospective purchaser. Will be sold on easy terms. old horse, I STOCK: pair of d mare mules, I eight-yeadriving Hereford cow and calf, one Poll Angus mare, 3 Jersey cows and calves, 2 red cows and calves, bull. e FARMING IMPLEMENTS: I Avery tractor, with gang plows, 2 wagons, 2 riding cultivators, section harrow, mower and rake, wheat drill, check e cultivators, 2 plows, one manure row planter, 2 buggies and harness, 3 spreader, a lot of chickens, wagon harness, plow gear, and everything used on a good farm. A lot of timothy hay, clover hay and baled straw. DINNER SERVED. PRESENTS AND MONEY GIVEN AWAY. This land will certainly sell to the high dollar. A fair, square deal and no When I offer land the purchaser fixes the price and I always sell, so come and get a bargain. Land values are still on the increase. For further particulars inquire of 1 1 r- four-yearol- O I C) two-hors- disc-harro- w, culti-packe- r, o o o o one-hors- 40-Oliv- er ) () () u . by-bidde- rs. Real Estate Man Swinebroad, The KENTUCKY LANCASTER, a A.AAAAAAAAAAA a a mm ilTTiiiiai ..,-, i v tmVpni nia.iiir n ii f VMBHPaUA ' i Tit & 'HtniilljiTTErBMHrffiigi -- Bay TMrillftyfiaaEeErslsifflft t r The Interior Journal,' . 11 1 1 ,. .. ''X aiaa 11 JUST RECEIVED A Car-Loa- nil ! d of Fordson Tractors Two of These Tractors Will Be Allot-te- d to Lincoln " County DON'T LET SOME ONE ELSE GET IN HIS ORDER FIRST The Danville Buick Co. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY L. 0. CONN, Prop. Walnut Srt. Phone 798 GENTLEMEN! Stop in and look at our "Corn Cutter." A Money Maker and a Time Saver. Ask those who have used then. W. H. HIGGINS. A Few Choice Farms and Desirable Town Properties For Sale SEE-US DhiWriddie & Owten Moreland and Hustonville which Is generally recognized as a model for the world The only helpful Influence I know of that has been con slant Is that exercised by tho breed Ing bursau ot the Jockoy Club In New York Statu and a similar organlintion on more restricted lines In Kentucky "The ouly light horse families," rebeen prosumed Ool Fair, "that duced systematically In the United States for a. specific purpose are th thoroughbred or standard bred trotter, and these have been developed forae-Itlpurposes It Is fortunate for thla cqustry that this should have ben done as tnee nnunais lurnmn an upon whlih to foundation Doth build our war horse structure .have been brought to tholr high state icf perfection through breeding and nmvngtests, and In the process of which they have passed tho woiik have fallen by the way side. cumulated through lie With the farmers. "aVly In -s war when FOR CAVALRY HORSES her great offensive and Rusalemade penetrated t Prussia." eld. Col! raJiTrnVAA. elation,' "tho announcement wm made ht'wysaT deploret the lott oMQ Only For Immediate War 000 chSTce WwWe from one of Ita most qulrements, But For famous breedlnlT'itude'tttaVeprfh any the Future. other misfortune conoectedwlth the campaign. I am ready to subscribe to 4 Washington, D.JC., July 8. The task the sentiment that such a number of of hosjpg Uncle Hnm's troopers la one the propsr type of mare would be Invaluable to us today. To Owmany of tlinpfoblrma of the day It la not whose hone wastage Is greater than alonflVmattcr of supplying a sufficient that of any other country, they would numbor, of rcmounta for the caralry be priceless, The Jockey Olub, Its mbi of the;ervlre for present day chairman. Major August Belmont, K. needs. The question of a resnrve of Ambrose Clark, Henry T. Oinard and many others have donated or the proper typo for tha future bulka the Government for a term loaned to of yours largp In tho foroground. Col. John S. horses of the type to benefit the " Fair of tho (Juarttriuister Corps haa thla moat Important Jftfk In hand for Horses of Thoroughbred Typs the Beet I.lout. Col. M C. Bristol Is another the Federal (lovernmnltf, C61 flr la member of the Government remount In Intimate touch with horioja-ndl-tlonthroughout tho I'nlled StaPes, household who Is a believer In thorand no man speaks with greater know(- - oughbred blood In the trooper's mount. Col. flrtatnl ha. had mnMi n A l,t. etlxo or the country a needs In th mat ,'tlhe selection of the stallions whlcL ter of riding horte type'. lie that It la from tho iulck, active faml-Ile- have been Inaugurated at Front Royal, Va.end Ports rteno And Keogb In of which the thoroughbred standMontiiaijftlHoly. He ard brod and Morgan arc reprrtonta-IIvhs- , that the remount aupply mint be and those working under bis supervl-slo- n have been extremely ca'rful la drawn Col. Fair's plea for an accelerated campaign of remount production making their seleotlont. No unsound ahould carry weight with breeder In or bad tempered animals have been acorery part of tho Union and make cepted, and whenever a horae wai found with a good racing record he thorn eager to assist the (iovernmunt. "I think." said ho today, "that we was preferred to another of equal were all beguiled Into a feeling of se- merit In alt other respects. New Yorkcurity by the census of 1910, which an- ers had an opportunity during the renounced that there were 22.000.000 cent Belmont Park meeting to see hornen In the United States. It wai some of them when Light Arms, Saranot until we were at war ourselves toga Roly, Achievement and other that tho fart struck homo that a very horses donated by the Jookey Club's large proportion of thee were draught breeding bureau and Individuals were breeds and that cajralry remount ma- eahlhlted on the stretch. Farmers Keeentlal. terial was exceedingly scarce Trims-por- t and gun horses we have In abundIn discussing the Government's reance, thanks to tba Importation ot mount plan In general, Col. Bristol I'archeron and other draught breeds, aid: but In the matter of tho riding horse, "There was a disposition at first on aimless and purposeless breeding oat the part of some to think that we were side of a tow regions has reduced our engaging In the breeding business In standard to mediocrity There has not opposition to the fanner. Nothing been that systematic eflort In horse could be further from the, truth. We production which Is a feature of the have no deslro to antagonize the farmeconomic development of most foreign er In his breeding ventures. As a matgovernments, notably that of Frunce ter ot faet we are laying the foundatmove-Went,a a ins riford, Kentucky, TuaecUy, Auguat 6, 1918 II B??!5 . I PgeSev ---I -------- ------ -- & . I eH IN SUMMER He hojdsjief hand of love. The night is prand, And-Wfks With stare above. 'Shc s rocs away, This precious pcnrl, next day Another girl. Said petition will bo heard ly aald court .on Wednesday, August 14, 1918. and the undersigned nn been appointed by said court to give notice thereof. WALTER MpKIMNRV This July 24, 1018. NOTICE! .4 1 haj tion for a plan whleh will be of untold benefit to the farmers and horse breeders ot the Union. It Is our Idea to iTeed stallloui at qur depots whtchwlll be distributed to the farmers free of any obligation. There will be no terv. Ice fee and every old will bo given to stimulate the production ot the proper type of remount without any strings to the proposition "I hope that there wilt be on Increased Interest In tho racing, horse show and hunting activities of tha rountrrall or thfs roAkat for tho development of the type of horse we V.anL" CARLOAD OF Old Hickory Wagons JUST RECEIVED Federal Court decrees declaring Hnrvestcr trust to be the an unlawful combination and ordering its dissolution are to be carried into effect at once, under an agree ment between the Government and Nature In ovry breeding venture ghee. certain proportion of failures. the International Harvester Com These trta a of speed have developed pany. The suit was instituted by the tho hoart and lung power of the anl Government in 1912 and an appeal mal ukmg part In them. We will has been pending in the Supreme thereforo not have U brcod those qual Court since 1915. Under the agreeItles Into tac riding horse of tho future ment the company's appeal will be If wo follow tho lines whlrti success dismissed. has blazed ?or our guidance. 1 am therefore greatly In favor of tho breed . E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford ! Attention Auto Owners Stop That Leaky Radiator Wc make your ohl ones jjood as new. We sell the Copper King Spark IMutf, guaranteed the life of your car. We have the agency for the Swinehart Tire, 'guaranteed tor 5,000 miles. We carry in stock all kinds ot ol Auto Accessories, Standard Gasoline, 28 cents the gallon. Wc sell all grades "Mobile" Oil. Call and see us. Radiator Repair Shop, 3rd St., Danville, Ky. " A war profits tax, separnte from all other taxes, will be pressed with renewed vigor in the House Ways and Means Committccf this week. The measure is aimed to reach all war profiteers and is strengthened by the Test. t. stand of President Wilson on the Tho aires which are expected to All pinna to raise ?G,000,000,-00- 0 keep up tho high standard of excelfrom excess profits and income lence must pron their right to ropro-duc- taxes thus far have fallen short of They are tested for themselves. courage, soundness and bottom. the required amount. sub-pec- Ing activities for the production of the thoroughbred, as this Ik the line upoit which wohope to build a t)pe of cavalry horse. "Of the foreign nations now nt war." reiumed'Col, Fair. "Kngland was tho only country that had not a well grounded plan for cavalry remount production. Her troopers were horsed largely from the racecourse and the hunting field, and tlioso furnished the 170,000 bead In the emergency followToday through ing the mobilization the generosity of Col. Hall Walker she has her own breeding studs under the control of an expert and a Ilrltlsh offl cer tohl me a few days ago that the work was progressing famously The Race Course the Indispensable The decision of the National War Labor Ilonrd in trie dispute between the Bethlehem Steel Company and its employes as announced Saturday fixes the basis of wages on an eight-hodayj-witelimination of the bonus system and gives the men the right to form a -- union, representatives of which may meet with representatives of the Steel Company to decide future wage scales. ur Notice is ncrehy given that on tho first day of July, 1918, a petition was filed In the Lincoln county court by r Xf W V iiii.viiuii-- i o in. iir ,,. !.... iruiu nnu others, asking the i.court to chango HUSBAND ANDWIFE the McMnnoy and MIddlcburg pike, Mrs. Frank P. Wood, Box 18, It? In Lincoln county, Kentucky, ond the F. D. 2, Morrill. Me., write: "Foley McKinncy and Green River pike. In Kldncv Pills heln me no mn,'h. Mw said county, In order to do away with husbnnd also has received much, ben- the present grade crossing where efit from them. He was' so lamchc first named pike crosses at grade tho could not stoop overanuV now ho tracks of Cincinnati Southern Railfeels no nnin." Li mo linrk. nm ntn. way, near tho store of John Tanner, clcs, stiff Joints, rheumatic aches nrid near McKinncy, Ky and, also, tho pains quickly conquered by Foley! present grade crossing just south of rviuiiL-oom everywhere that store, said chango is thus described: Tho proposed change begins at n Edward Burke, 2fycars, old, ''of Lexington, was killed nd three oth- point in the present McKinncy nnd. er persons 'njjrcd wheu an automo- MiddlcbUrg pike 94 feet from the bile In which they wcroidintr turned present main track of said railwnv. . measured in the direction 1G de over on a sharp curve ontlio c pike, near Lcxingrln tThe grces, 3f minutes, at Station, 2070, runs injured arc: Fred Moberly, 30 .years plus 45.8. and.way therefrom Insldo right of old; Miss Billy Freeman, 18, and of thennrl nnrnllnl infence of said rail- - WAV the anM frnnlfBMiss Mary Steele. 18. all of Lexln'tfi ?6r 995 feet until it meets the present ton. jjuu AicKtnncy ana ureerr Ktver pike. change will the presWhen you have backaciin tho IWer Thisgrndc crossing eliminateby the ent caused kidneys are sure to be out of gear. tir nnd Mlddleburg pike crossTry Sanol, It does wonders for tho ing over said track near said storo, particularly described on blue llvcrt kidneys and bladder. A trial and map filed print snld petition, 50c battle will convince you. Get It and, also, Will with eliminate the present at tho drug store. grade crossing where tho said Mc- Kinney and Green River pike crosses at grade said tracks just south of NOTICE! said store, and being the first grade Notice is hereby given that on crossing on snid pike south of where the first day of July, ,1918, a peti- jt enters said first named pike, and tion was filed in the Lincoln county shown on si'd may as Station 2678 court by D. B, Flint, J. W. Thomp- plus 52. son and others, asking the court to Also, said petition seeks to have change the Kings Mountain and opened a new road, in McKinney, Duncnn road, at and near Kings county, Ky and to establish nnd Moutain, in Lincoln county, Ky., in build over said tracks at a point order to eliminate the present grade nearly opposite the residence of. crossing where said highway crosses Tom Walker, in said town, an overCincinnati head bridge for foot and vehicle said railroad, Southern Rhilway, at grade, and, in- traffic, said proposed rofnl is thus stead of that manner and means- - of described: crossing such tracks with such high Beginning nt a point on Clark way, to cross same by means ot an street, in McKinncy. Lincoln county. bridge, nenr the southern Ky., 433 feet from the present main overhead end of the Kings Mountain tunnel, track of said railway, measured in on that raihvny, such bridge to be the direction S. 74 degrees 32 min- fnr foot and vehicle traffic. (utcs W. at Station 2CG1 plus 87, as The nronoscd change in said road i shown on said man. runs N. 74 de- is as follows, ns appears from such grees 32 .minutes E. for 1G4 feet in petition: the property of the McKinney Graded The proposed new roau, resuii- - scnool, until it meets tneprcsent change, alley, where it changes its bearings ing from the making of the begins nt a point on the present rood and runs N. 71 degrees, 32 minutes, . 88.6 feet from the present main E. for 204 feet in Tom Walker's track of said railway, measured at property until it comes within tho right nngles to the track at Station right of way of said railway, where 3053 plus 37.5, as shown on, and it changes to the direction N. 74 de-nhcred on, the blue print mnp grees, 32 minutes E. and runs across filed with such petition, nnd runs in the proposed overhead bridge for a min- - distance of 115 feet, until it comes the direction. S. 45 degrees-5- 2 utes. W. for a distance of 177.4 feet, to a point where the road diverts into crossing the proposed overhead two branches, branch A running in bridge until it comes to n turning the direction S. G9 degrees, 1G wherefrom the road runs on utes E, for 414.5 feet on the present for n distance of 1,800 feet, on 30 blind alley and between the" present feet additional right of way in a property lines of Mrs. George Lay- the direction parallel to the track and Sheldon Smith, until ami present road, with road "bed on present Middlcburg' and McKinney higher level than the present road, 'pike; branch B running in the direc-an- d a IV 15 degrees, 28 minutes W. on the outside of the creek, a til it meets the present road. for G0.9 feet between the said right Thnt nnrt of the nresent rond that of way and the nronertv of Said Lav. . is to be abandoned us a result of such until it comes to a turning point, atjt chance, is as follows which the road changes its direc Begins nt a point where the pres- tion into N, 18 degrees E. and runs oft" from the main for 242 feet between the property, ent road branches pike in front of Mr. May Stidger's lines of said Lay and C. C. Sincle-- V house, runs in a general direction ,ton, until itt comes to a second turn parallel to the said tracks for 450 ing point, wnence tne road runs N. feet, until it runs around and over 15 degrees W. direction, inside of the portal of the present tunnel of said right of, way for 290 feet until it said railway, thence it runs in the meets the present main street of at a'polnt opposite the builddirection S. 44 degrees E. for 2,000 feet, parallel to tho present track ing now occupied by tho McKinncy to a point at which Deposit Bank. Said map shows: until it comes branches; with .particularity the property lines it diverges into two Branch A crosses track at grade and traversed by said proposed road, and right angle to track at Station 3062 at jnst what point said bridge will be plus 40 and joins the main road be- erected. , SaB petition will be heard by snid hind present depot of said railway; while Branch B turns at right angles court on Wednesday, August. 14, to the right, crosses the wooden 1918, and the undersigned has been plank bridge; thence follows the appointed by said court to give notice creek and runs in a general direction tJipronf. nnvnllnl in ImpIt fr A&ft fnnt Until WALTER McKINNEY. ' This July 24, 1UI8. it meets the proposed road. Nicho-lasvill', ey to-wun min-point, un-.tiey Again the strand with thlsjicw dove; He holds, herVhand Awl talka .1 if '! -J, 1. ll to America ns a source of food supplies for many years to come. Foremost and essential aids to speod, This Is tho same method which Is In vogue In France and other Continental v Cook With Ease and Comfort do Let the Lou Blue Chimney Burner every drop of oil . onj-junj- 2St& RIFFE BROS., Hiwtoim lie. countries, "There seems to bo an Idea In some portions ot tho United States that prior to mares can not bo worked motherhood and for somo time after the foals have been bom Visitors to France and rural lCugland find colts following' tholr dams about tho fields as tho matrons help to till the soil or garner the harvest. Moderate work Is beneflchtl for mother and offspring. "Another matter upon which the farmer should bo enlightened is that breeding operations may be carried Into the autumn, when most ot tho It year's work has been concluded mother and foal are wall nurtured and warmly housed growth will be rapid, and In some Instances as yawllngs thore will be little difference botwoon late and early foals When our cavalry regiments return from overseas they will have to be reWorsed. A Patriotic Enterprise. "The breeding ot cavalry remounts, therefore, is a matter of patriotic endeavor, and every man who bat a. mare ot the proper type should regard It as a duty to mate her tbla year I under tand that the New York State Constabulary te doing yeoman service In thla reelect and that horse ireeatng as Ue Eapfce Bute haa been peoUy ANOTHER RAW RECRUIT Colonel Didn't jjfu hear me give the command to fixuauMs'ts? but my Private Yes, Coloirei bayonet is all right; there's nothing wrong aliQut it to be fixed. Even though tomorrow's sun should rise upon a world nt peace it would stillbe your patriotic duty to conserve your grain crops because a and hungry world will look war-wea- ry I & food conservation arc the good, old reliable TIIFandWOOD 7c jSyVVw Want200 Farms To Sell BOTH BLUE GRASS AND KNOB FARMS lSXLCXS. Zoyrcxrrcriaau Kalamazoo Silos have Grown steadily in favor for more than 27 cars. As pioneers in the silo business wc have seen many imitations spring up, and still the Kalamazoo is recognised as " The World's Standard" in quality, con. itruction and valuable features. Whether you choose the tile or the wood you are the utmost silo value in a Kalamazoo. The famous Kalamazoo Galvanized Steel Door Frames and continuous doors are used in both kinds. guar-nntc- Buy Now Don't Take Chances To be sure of getting your Kibmuoo, pi" your order now. tvciything Indicates an enormous demand for Kali-mazSilos this season, therefore wc urge you to buy uWy and be on the safe tUc. We offer PU1 tnducmnt to arly buyers and ? Iirmi for those who prefer to pay for the silo out of the profits it earns. 4 I I - Let tne know by letter or card and I will come and list and sll your farm for you. 1 have lot of Prospective Buyers now and it is no trouble for ma to sell your farm for vou. Will list farms anywhere within 50 miles of Wayncsburg. iiffilDOH 5 u two fUu nottt tur anj iptcUl fy ftrlmrlj Iujiti prlctl, MJjr Monnte Thompson WAYNESBURC, KY. W. P. K1NCMD CSSod M000 .. z&m ifiBT!?ffSMPMMMfilW vv ll.BrlrTMlFlFy:lH &SKVf-' - - Iwlij' " HLaKEJu-JImLhBMMMMBt- ) v 'S IL 2KI MSB Wk, it 1:V '. B1 ' W ."r f .1 "W s V i u - r- - v.. - 1 IT" i 3 - wm. a. .. J Tcrr USE XX fc'&MlF s ?kT$xm JL.?'?, MAfe i K' I lalRF't !& Tl W25t '. '. ' liV(kUi MM'itkMt ;z Ifctl boWfeol jm meiiAittl ( ,. . .."Jflr.iU?' r,'CtK vjjAj p 'm. i 'IK. ft n-tiit. s tBmR'xtMafmstm&n r iiMiiTni vf?iMMMflfel4 I I r r ;uh.u'aL...i.'t' 18 towW4.it JW Kit ltenijtlVUlnU - .t ..th m' Mk' wa 1. "j it i'i"fpj ,the.viv'l! Vl 'JHm yjmxmji 1- .' iJfeWrt - VJ,-.-- JJ 't .tlhttlTn ItsJ thai wavs ,., M-l- 14 T Mf !.l ISiw. An'fabrlcatcd'inTwntlUeflK&Y."1 tftaehed the 1elnC whsrp twlce-A- J " ;rar: ixi y . 7ltv.,;'zjP' t m ,t . DonH cost ..at. . t fliftr&A tiny wifcf.hW and ,TojBterfor Journal, JA'o'Cttnncll for iHM,er . weeic . f Fr?v difd of nnd.4i-- - & j. 5- - J V 'daccil yoslerdftV lit UniAM immed touffhenwl cMlute fcr "hftrd'ck ft" on Ihtue. fcottm rf Utrt, then Nt tfcono patffM taken to, nravldo aJJHiiiil l a. bMyW Ceata'.f Mlf IMMKSfffiJTar kil ts . ' T5Ll .e . WW--T3fSv -mi Mjrr ji - a in '. - Crowder., atd, tbeweiWy men tlotfiw whenioiil I I 4 MMCtsMiHybtim draft, netA.i after 4MMbe ot.M;.-wli-r thy clrJnUt( .jfM: tMTKri, IJti5fey.;fIWeW''viMira -- rrkl.fc "yi-jJC- iiWri7' 5ffi.l a lAKnte ffrtrofVC.(hk UnclertaFeirancl Funeral tJ. .T'K,u.. A., a. ie f 1.11. V the t il 100,000' wTriuiiini' In OOOAfl-HMMK-M- b;uMre;;f'' ofJK:il8 re- U r VV " u a U-- i the inlNnrnecefMiy, pf crt x the Ifousa Wrvs innokiiewi ILi ' iJ.X i.iii.-ll vhiih ttiiM Trliirt-4k-uyitRiitne . jrcsienwjr in I Approximate 1IV0 snlbonson the Waf? ,Bir.'innniii A ouklrtiof Louisvllo, wctjt out- of . Jkbavff: f06.009ThCtiriimUU'e wV. ,lHiMaRt 1K o'clock last nJght'Vc-caosefr- ff 'lsed by Tressitriri-&ert- B (n furor 3lM thtr Urse,df $'00 in. the of the English. yteiri of iliptnVx'cc cost o(ffikstaii llcnsii. . profits amf war nrofits Uxo.o, tho Treasirrjr"to Jpply,. vrhlch; ever pVin promises the neater refer nue in ujencasc. id.OO.O.-- 1 lUoaJULtlanof TWWiH 1, elasilfl., t'Cb-M(wWs MTe ? vt csHons, draft!, g'e;' ill provide all -i- tend.'te,lnradejj . 'Lk'-,l,!.li- f U'kh 'r'r I - Director ' ? Jiincfaorf Qty, Kentucky . 4VtllillllltHIMMia MUA3&ttAM&M ixtefl-ftitVCt- ,' ffWJ. ! ,-.- ". jary-DSKe- !i. YOUR - 1 PRINTING ' I ! XYthW AmK ft Yr BmImm j Newspapers rhust reduce their fi We Help Our Cus- of no.s print IS per csnt j tutiicfo to Success weakawioftca results In on dally editions and 20 per cent on ti With Presentable, Impaired hear!ait.veKened cjrcilQt. Suhday editions, beginning August Profitable bror.c.ltls and other troubles, bat If n rv mb B4r rt t r .,ww mim i ., . Wiicn you iwl off wrni or calliiaea 12, the War Industries r ... .jr-s? m .. . Board f- - ::'!. iv.a.. Stott' ErriMen ll filven with Frte-othe tkla' beneath i left A. SAD COTrfcltfJCE yosterday. The hoard It canics str ewt'h t.i the onishs & PUBLICITY piak. and boaltiiy and never son, tender 1 I '' J tho principle that no new newsLll.lt. minu KDU CT aTrj ji iiiouu w l.M.I A& a ",atrri(;e,J coincjdence ,or evea irritated. Try Frrcaoao urel up th" J f 'ctsd f ,X papers be started during the war Wiq thetraglr dearth of iVI 1ull-- i. 'oaStc.t'it.-uUlo- n. It I, VU-- fnun MS S 'EdVvard Burke1!- who was LAND, STOCK AND CROP Buy a War Savings Stamp tobsy, ti Marcus May, of Forkland, Boyle &cd. ort tho Wcholasville pike Frf. 100 y,yT V..-;l'- i , dnx-- Afterncwn when'nis nulomobilo county, bought of J. Kj5ai'S.-Vf'.V,- ; Mr-'l'- t aT4Bk?'-- ' ha yrfo riding Overturned. V John Pt'pplcs bought pf J. Lee dut andjCfushios: his "Murphy 20 cattle avctaKinp 180 JWjfjnJT-Wn- v V kufcfj Just a vear apto'from the day in pounds at 12c. ?& z &&n!.-'- . rj. Xlurkewas V'lledJt ilia. uncle;.J. II. --J. B. Walker, of Madison cpunty, fturc.-- 4 iS?i3 IYwX rncfr Majjtiall-a- . hii rural mnil carrier, "'was sold to n Bourbon qounty party a i- a&fegfejfcr kiilc-ithesamo way at almost tlte walkinc mare for $200. . " CS CJMlCt)Ot Ulr. nurkp mpt his Annfh. . i .f Gcortte L. Potts sold n tjunch of, .tftl-Ef-r- . xliati? -W V MrJSlnrshall- wna driving A n.itn. steers weiRttting r.00 to 700 pounds -- PV: . 'if . b.ST-L- L " "" l5..tr -- . ' mobile out, "- the" 'NIcholasville pike .1T tv - ""Kift JV"".fcjae: to W. K Hnrmon and J. A. Carpenk;ZZteJ. when" it, ji(rucI?Jtlje .same curve and ter, nLso of Boyle, at 0 to 10c." - iu!,racd','turUc, killinjj, him. Lexinj.' ' Brown & Crniii, of Lancaster, ipvicKy ton Leader. .r .t . bought in Hockrastle, liJt week two wSW---- ' . .4 . .vrr'k.-TI r - car-loaof hoes at lfi to 17c, and "- T ! .C"WT iTi .cq. f.iwi ! ' Another house two of 'mixed cattle at G to 9c. k. m.,,1?.. & " .will duild ' r. "N iL tlr. B. lu Fapaly is coinp tofbuild iV V. . A.'ilijtinbothnm bought of thcEst-ridp- o ! U 9. JP i tu Jl. HiHMi another popd, home. This time it wil e tieif the farm knwn Co"a and win ho one of the as the Vivlon place-,- , near Shawnee fc. l hstqdspme homes olit on Lancaster Run church In Mercer county nt l?''r" C' yrfjsb-- , H'ashas boupht two 1U, a '$110. & '?PK5fe;3ME-?'"'- " ?rs 'CN Kn t in? oia Emory land tronjinpr J. C. Bailey Rot three reds at tho Lancaster street, one of Henry D. Uarrodsburg fair one oh the John KTjMT-.k-- 3-' A i. T. . . .Mf. . U ir 4p'd 'Jtnja M, ?hiUiosanft the othctl HmlrtTT one on his cotnlllneil miir of Ma'res at Nunnelley'sfSiilck We will sell Car-Loa- d " ens ' rmniDs. and will soon stallion, .Rowland Peavine, and pno W-4ilii:WMrjteginYtho erection of the handsome on I the Rankin mare hooked wilh 2 to Stanford, MONDAY, Day, AUG. I '!.t--l rvsiuiice. Etlie .Mack in the roadster ring. -r--t 5 years old, Percheronsbred, heavy bone, good colors, goocr shbpe "'-' Fiye gallons of cream broucht i. The prevnous hdt .weather record I8.bfr in Richmonil- - Thursdav when -w : ' and' tlfe kind for the to buy. They were raised in Iowa qna H fqr "August was cqt&lett 'yeajerday of the Jack'a f iffs. Thomas Fox, v mercury .stobd, at 105 dc" Creek pike, recejved when the ' Illinois. are high and "will be higher, as there is no that amount for ltccs.. Indications are that, unless niepnaignment brought to town by !" "VRML's TM suprlus in anv cquntry. Do not fail to come and see these mates aa thundershowcrs come, even this r'ec- - ilftiFox. It teM'e.d higher than any i j.ord will be eclipsed. One death yes they are posjitivelyHhe best lot eve-shippeSouth. Don't crent TeceivetM by that concern reterday was due partly to th'e hcat cently. Register. 'while there were-- a number of pros-- s JV- and place, as one will be soldregardless of price. No rs I. Lawion. (jf Lancaitcr, trations in tho city and among sol bought of 'J. A. Freejnan 30 hogs I promptly and a fair dealtto all. sale rain' or" pounds, at 17'4 dicrs at Camp Zachary Taylor. that averaged 242 " cents; of F. B. Freeman si of about Courier-Journa- l. ' shine. Remember the places Nunnelley'a Stock 'Pens, 'Stnnford. the same Weight at same money; of -r?m. pc- - '" v iT-'"-'i" ' . fVC over 33 of the aamn sizo at v -. v f iHe ,sartie pricu, and of W. II,. Hester E: P. WOORS, JAS. H. WOODS, WESTERN STABCE CO. . 'V VZ (ft same at same. hog ailments yieW-ir- "-- " Experience Vijun d .1. "Advertise a oj splendid A. C heavy draft tnnres for sale at 1 All Broke t& Work", r Jf Mares S .'Monday hcxt'.' o'clock . IV afternoon . . TLT , " . I. l county ,?ourt day wired Mr, 5- - " r. '.il..l i , """ ill ne rs Kt flr'4"',"';l refillfed&nix. rtn3g(s !' - I.rtli:iiTA!; i?CTrTifJXr!illQ :jz HifMrirr3 ?".TI t 1 . - :J:V!5iiWa. 2 imitMiinmiiiniMl 1 honi-atilT.O- 9 I i SO. mm.&&m w-mmms- as .-1 , 'ii f?.-JiCSe.!' 'laiBJ.UFKXsA lafr, v -' -y-- Auction Sale of Mares At Stanford Ky. a t . . isst ssnia .j k BSffiS in ?Tf tM&aeQlwPWT.r-l-h.." 4 Lih.-'- y.a. m ... two-sto- - 9 0 9 ti Nlli i-. Mw . 200-acr- ry osvA - - ii k: ;NMMBiI .;JSf?lB&TiWMlKSa v'rv ?l&lS2?Z?ttir&mk IH.MH'IIII'M -- jCcitoiirt lnare by-b'idcle- farmer Mulea.cTnorses ' d forgetqatc . eTy The starts at P.M., t' - - 1 itieiill . car-loa- i TUff TAII L : Are '. ? ink , ' t . r Ilharpbcien usirtgm'K-TAIover two yearsv: nave itjjjwaLrucrv cms.e it aian cure, l give ijt to mynvgjt hogs OfCe per week, it keepa . .them' thrifty.--! !&' s Jin EARNERS,OI: Gravel Switch, K.y. ' tjr-'' ttjT TKEASl Offiwt.4 - . DltPARTMENT iptrollerlof Xhe. Currency v :s.. presented to the JHut'beeR made to eppoar that vr J?W ilWCOtl!(!cOUNTY NATIONAL BANK OF ' V V. STANFORD , . mf Stamford, f)a the County of Lincoln and . theCil State hfKntiiky, hat complied with the proyiiiopi of tVe ctrwf Congress "to enable National Banking t extend their corporate existence, and for other':purfj- - approved July. 21882. Nowitim&fere, I, Thoma f.iKane, acting )ie Currency, do hereby certify that THELINCCsLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK In the fJTMf, Stanford, in the county of Lincoln, and 'State of Kj(Mcky, is authorized to have succession ior that. pi4frpecified in the amended articles of as siciation; nwiiely. until close of business on July 29, r-- Ljri Pshiagton, Mtmclory evidence D. C, July 29, 1918. ?.i Comp-trollfta- f, officVUm In teMimony whereof, witness my hand and seal of 3Mfc day of July, 1918. .;l T. P. KANE, r ActMf Comptroller f the 'CtjirreHcy.. ' . Extension No. 3426. . . . J HcWMlard'a 4B0-acfarm in the White's Station section of Madl-slcounty, wa, rented nt public W Stewart Jones, of Fayette county, for 5.CQ0. At tho sale of live' Btoek irnile's liroijght S22D o $2r0, 'IT, vearlincteattift solil nt 503 -- acn. i nuiK cows.ou, 10 W hogn avcragpd S18.per 100 poinds. lT:to J, W. J. C. Tndlock i- sold shoats at 10 cents Punk thirty-thre- e a pound. Thomas Roney soIdSm- -' steers at $10 fiO per hundred. (' F Powell, tlie Pnrkftvillo millerf ha purchased two hundred bnirlno.f fine bread corn tho past fey Iay3 if dlirennt farmers at $8,C0 per barrel -- Advncajei . Cozjitt, & SeltMin bouKfit from R. R Burke eight T50.pouniI heifers at RM epiitsA-bvo'rofrom Joseph M, Tarkingtotnt $80 and $75 respectively, and tw sows and pigs for They fought; from II. Clark iwenty-nv- o a shoats at 18 cents the pound and sold him two hows and M'igs for $100. nnnvllloAdvocato". Tybapco acreage iln Kentucky this season s estimated at 131,300 acres, compared to 474,000 acres last year, Kentucky's production is now expected to be about 3 (0,040,000 pounds compnred to 420,000,000 pounds produced last year. This es- timate of uroduction should bo taken with fcreat caution, however, as to. bacco, .ahove all crops, can vecovcr quickly from drouth and make"a 0od crop when nppajontly seriously damaged. Tlig ucretr fifuit-- itrg a safer basis! t of calculation. Tho United States tobacco, crop is now ex- pected to bo. jdiout 1187,000000 pounds, 'compared 'to l.l'Off.ieiiOOO pounds. prgdBced'lak'iyearj .!'" re -- ' nurtxise of miik- fori?t. Lants iitcthe'pufchatie, fte"advurtUetne.iit ' u..r vir 11.! jwpvr, niu oiH.pi! in''t-for-'th- e . -- . n. auc-tfoii- to Just Received A'Large Shipmenti of Glass For Windshields If the windshield on your Automobile is Broken, Come to Sec Us. "WE FIX THEM RIGHT." . . ' .". MID-SEASO- N REDUCT0N ON nr7 :: WALLPAPER ...' s I TC t 11 neeueci in uub line.- ii ,you will give us a1 call we canigwvince you of tlie fact. Paints and Oils k ' r, 'fc i i to auvance, o:Duy ;now anq save money v ... . v T r-ui- R We have the largest stock of Wall. Paper in Central KeiUu'cky, and, urge our friends to bu yyJyJSefore the advance in .,. i price, wnicnissure to come. , PAINTS AND OILS-Ifo- u. contemplate painting your.housesoon see us. Wean save on your Paints and .Varnl'sjies, you-money i. 1 orubut-b-iii- l.oH..l u '. in !.. . l! M iwt-.'.sVQrytni- - ' f,,i -- j . . r tv. K7J rift :. - r 9' s r r 1"T"J nt' nisrli-Os- a' JoVpjrJntlnjr- uis : - i,. Li-- S- at - Phone 25" V A,',, - ' ' . ..- - .T V,?i.r4'y.riii.,!." -V .'iAll !.H -c ., r ' i V ..,.--, -F A KAL,sfflaar PiW .a..rt1 .' Sr are v JV Sh?r: 'tK'