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I .- SWT .rrr--i 'Ml t, "- -E JOURNAL Tuesdays and Fridayt nnd Rev. e, The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 9, 1918 WITH THE CHURCHES If Chautauqua. (orni The electrical anil wind Tuesday night nliout nine o- lock fair rrtndo everybody nt the street mnke a beeliiie for shelter as it wns blowing down some of the tents, and threatened a big rain nit hough only U h of an inch fell. Prof. K, I.. Crubbs purchased of Prof J A. Carncgy his paneled bookcase and about 100 tevt books and other fine library books and had such a load with some furn1 turc purchased of same party the his old spring wagon front rfxle ben down like n bow, nnd Mr, and Mrs "' ij& Thos. Mctcnlf came nlong in theii auto nnd kindly took Prof. Gruhb .and Herman Stanley, who insisted on walking after the nxlo bent, and golf them n welcome lift ns fnr ns Shelbv City, from Mr. George Chrismnn's .one-tentlinnd-made MORELAND DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER A good mnny went to see Mnude Mrs. T, J. Royalty, nged 03, Is will give a W'KJlvhite Onk Schoolhouso dead In tho llondvlllc section of kick the kaiser. Little Coulter White is able to bo Anient, the 0th. the proceeds Morccr. Jamcii Oliver Rcld, n prominent taken out riding. tcreL benefit. Como every 9, Our village Is senrcer of water than citizen of Lancaster, Is dead after MV SctSr it has been for years, n lingering Illness. ami Mrs. Fred W. Our school is progressing fine with hV 0th, n fine boy Fred Somo "scoundrcl-bensl- " sto'e 2T, w frying chickens from the henhouse Prof. Coffey ns principal. Methodist Our ;ilr,'H. Mowing has been cngnged of Cillcctor John W. Hughes nt Dan- church meeting nt the week, is In session this ,rVjfK jlte Q.vfc C. carpenter crew on ville. Mr. Ben Fcrrell and family, of - .US. Wwfced depot the past week. The family of George M. Wilson, '?. i,fMjriaJ6hn Simpson, of Cinclnnnti, of Paint Lick, hns given four sons to Ohio, arc visitors at his fnther'a this iftjliWlrk. HMe, of Science Hill, hnvc the wnr, two of whom are nlrcady week. Mr. O. II. Pruitt's family who have their sister, Mrs. J. w. overseas. Howard M. lluford, one of Louis- been on the sick list are nil doing "ML. win ir n,..i, ,vc..r ,, .11 . l'WW., iva.Iai. n.t ville's wealthiest men nnd former nicely. il '. ' Morgan family have Mr. ,' i? hibft'trom Cinclnnnti, were last president of tho Hank of Commerce, moved Lnfe McKinney. nnd We hated to to urttk the guosta of Mr, anil Mm. died nt his apartment In The Seel-bacgive them up. f Oration Preston. Mr. Eminence McClurc, our bankPayment of $12.f0 n month Mc- hnvo n street fair on Dick of $10 will be made to Confed- er, we must not forget to say we are X perron's lot this week nnd Sllns quite proud of him. w.jireen wns nerc wciinrsnny nigm erate pensioners hereafter. Thirty-fiv- e Mrs. G. T. Tlmbcrlnkc nnd visitors, pensioners hnvc died since the with his fine negro minstrels. of Peoria, III., Mr. Gipson Russell nnd The mercury registered 99 on Mon- - Inst distribution. Vt tint, 1fl1 W, Tunailtii nn.l OH fl nn The city council of Danville retired wife, Lee Russell, nnd Mrs. Adn ,MJT I iT.it,, .111, Ul. W. nti t'lfill motored to Burgin nnd Hnrrods-bur- g Wednesday, nd Mondny night wns $2,Hfll.2fi worth of water works nnd ( and spent the day with u siswork house bonds nnd coupons last the warmest night so fnr nt 71. night nnd burned them in the pres- ter and aunt. Mr. Chlnn, of Shclbyvllle; Miss Messrs. Karl and Dewey Timber-lnk- e 'VWftllncc, of Louisville; Miss Gnither, ence of the members. entertained quite n crowd from Incrcnscd rates on newspapers JIarrodsburg, nnd Miss Mntthews, of Saturday and Sunday. motored over to" Mrs. and other publications registered as Dnnville second-clas- s matter by the postal Among the guests were Misses Orn W. A. Reynolds' Sundny. Mrs. Clyde service were asked of the Interstate nnd Georgia Tipton, Mary Cnrtmnn Mrs. J. W. Ilniley, and Mayo Wells, of Cave City. Shuttles, Misses Mnrgucrite Kennc Commerce Commission. Kightecn-year-olJames Gullcy, of nnd Adnh Steele kindly agreed with PLAIN NATURAL Mr. Glenn T. Kennedy the ndvnnre Lexington, was rejected for the maIRON BEST TONIC ngent to sell tickets for the Red Cross rines because he was too light. He ale fifteen bananas and mndc up the Chautauqua fund. Coitt but a Fraction of What Weaker Everybody must work lmrd to deficiency, getting In all right. Preparations Sell for A Spoonful Cnm-deFormer Senator Johnson N. make our third Chnutauqua n finnn In a Glass of Water a Dose of Woodford county, hns the clal, social nnd edurntionnl succes sympathy of his many friends in the for as we hnvc sixteen number The absolute proof that modicinnl )2, nnd last yenr only six for I.fiO. loss of his mother, whose death oc- iron would help the blood and money nnd put it in the curred nt l'arkersburg, W. Vn. Save 'our strengthen people wonderfully has '"V "' lif: 5$rgla CnFcver '.CTLiL.,,., '('it J WCSHfr. Unlet! Js. t.. j ;n Jri W'Wo ,f Mc-M- d n, Jr. furni ;if f to vTo answer your questions, bring to you, right where you live the story of the great war ns it hn .... 1... ,1... frnulil.,t nf 1.1 i, phi ., i'j " United Stntes, the members of hit and heads of wnr activities nt conferences recently held wim our field nnd platform represent tives here in Washington this is the mission of the UadcliftV Chautauqua, which will be with us August 10, 17. 19. The proceeds above the $425 for Chautauqua and $25 expenses will be donated to the Red Cross work. 1 . ........ CALOMEL ROBBED OF NAUSEA AND DANGER Medicinal Virtues Retained and Unpleasant and Danger-ou- t New Va. Qualitiet Removed riety Called "Calotabt" The latest triumph of medical science is a purified calomel, known calomel, ns "Cnlotabs." The ns all doctors know, wns the best and most generally useful of all medicines. The new variety, known ns refined Cnlotabs, is purified nnd from all objectionable qualities, nnd is most delightful in effect. One Cnlotnb on the tongue nt bedtime, n swallow of water that's nil. No taste, no griping? no nnusea, no danger Next morning vou nwake feeling fine, with n clean liver, n purified system and a hearty appetite for berakftist. Eat what ou plnese. There is no restriction of habit or diet. Cnlotabs are sold only in orig-inn- l, sealed packages; price, thirty-fiv- e cents. Your druggist recommends CulotalS, and will refund your money if you are not delighted with them. old-styl- o Postmaster General Burleson announces thnt one of the first effects of gowrnment control of telephones and telegraph probably would be the nnd consolidation of competing systems wherever possible. A new world's shipbuilding record was set by the United States during the month of July. One hund-e- d and twenty-thre- e vessels were launched nnd forty-on- e others delivered '1 he nlone number of launching were greater than for any single year in the pnst Prof. J. T. Rynenrson hns been removed by the School Board from the principal-hi- p of Salvisn High School, in Mercer county, for alleged disloyal nnd pro. German tendencies.. His resignation wns askeil of the board by the officials of the Mercer County Council of Defense. Lexington schools for children under six years old will no longer be known by the German name "Kindergartens," Superintendent o Schools M. A. Cassidy recommended in his report that the name be Americanized, nnd the Board of Education unanimously adopted the recommendation. Hereafter the will be termed the Primary Circle. Total internal revenue for the ear amounted to $3i,94 1,703,000, of which $2,839,083,000 came from intax paycome anil excess profits ments In June, the report of Internal Revenue Commissioner Roper indicates. From a multitude of miscellaneous sources, collected largely in dimes, pennies ;iinl quarters added to the nrice of mriotis articles. $8Sr,lil 9.000 was collected. Bloodhounds weie called from Lexington to Heidelberg, Lee county, to locate thieves who entered the store at that place and stole $t,085 and several suits of rlothing. The dogs led the searchers to the house of two men whoso names are being kept secret and the officers found hud left or unknown that the pait. 'II'' night watihnmn nt the emg two railroed j'"rd ivooited mon biwrd freirltt train headed for kept Wntch is lining LexiiiKton. there. rnused many chemists to perfect more or less efficient iron tonics and more or less efficient tablets. For most people, however, the writer would say thnt just plain highly concentrated Acid Iron Mineral is better, fnr cheaper nnd stronger and goes from two to six times as far. A bottle of Acid Iron Mineral, kept handy and a teaspoonful poured in n glass of drinking water after meals, makes a delightful, very unusual and highly beneficial tonic nnd strengthened nnd if the blood needs enriching nnd purifying it would be hard to find anything that docs it better or rids the system of rheumatism and kindred ailments quicker thnn just plain concentrated Acid Iron Mineral, which is the name for natural iron. It also has n beneficial effect upon appetite and digestion, nnd the kidneys soon show its effects. does not net ns a (Note: laxative and should one be needed to stimulate the liser or bowels a Liver good laxative tablet like Pills is recommended. 1A-I-- MARRIAGES Thomas Douglas Cornclison nnd Miss Mary Hardin were joined heart and hand at Richmond. The marriage of Miss Annie Rue to Joseph D. Sillmnn, both of Danville, wns solemnized in Lexington Thursday afternoon. JMiss Norma Giunchigliani, n popular Richmond girl, and James Conway, of Louisville, who formerly s lived in Madison, were married n few-day- ngo. Miss Alice Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph It. Wilson, of Baltimore, and niece of President Wilson, nnd the Rev. I. S. McElroy, Jr., of Columbus, Ga., were married often signals of kidney trouble. Foley Kidnev Pills give relief to kidney trouble sufferers. They banish bladder irregularities. Sold everywhere. State pairs from used Women employes of the California printing olllco hnvo mndo 200 of shoes for Helgian bnblea scraps of leather nnd corduroy In book boindings. NOT TO BE IGNORED Tho Kidneys are as important to good health as the heart, lungs, stomach or nnv organ in the body. Lnme back, swollen joints, sore muscles, rheumatic aches nnd pnins, nro most Tho house nnd contents belonging to Joe Rubarts, of Casey, burned. South, rn rtimut is no protection R. colds, against un.--Helen Saunders. (t'l 2nd Aw, W. Palm Bench, Fin., v rites: "Mv s ere cold on the ibst wns rilieved b" Foley's Honey and TbV Compound." This fine old family ren dy can be depended HUSBAND AND WIFE liny upon to relieve summer cl-lsMrs. Frank P. Wood, nox 18, R. fever, asthma und croup. Sold F. 1). 2, Morrill, Me., writes: "Foley Kidney Pills help me so muel). My husbnud nlso has received much ben A curiosity of German justice is tho sentence of three days' impris- efit from them. He wns so lame ho onment passed upon it mechanic could not stoop over and now he sore feels named August Simon, who had al- cles, no pnin." Lnme back, achesmusnnd joints, rheumatic tered on his linen card tho figure in- pains stiff quickly conquered by Foley dicating the size of his collar. The Kidney Pills. Sold everywhere charge wns one of "schwero urkun II. Wolfen-berge- r, Engineer William forgery in the mr-jo- r of L. & N. fast train No. 7, degree says a report of the case which plowed into tho Uardstown acin the Dusseldorf Nnchrichtcn. commodation at Shepherdsville last When you have backache tho, lUer December, resulting in tho loss of or kidneys are sure to be out of gear over forty lives nnd tho Injury of Try Sanol, it doos wonders for tho many others, was exonerated by a llvor, kidneys and bladder. A trial jury of nil blame in connection with Get It tho disaster at his trial nt Shepherds-vlll- e 50c. bottlo will convince you. this week. drug store. at tho er , CAU'HT COLD AT PvU M BEACH Wednesday evening nt the White House. It was tho fifteenth wedding to take place at the executive mansion and the third during the present administration. Tho Rev. I. S. McElroy, father of the bridegroom, and formerly pastor of the Presbyterian church nt Stanford, officiated, using the double ring ceremony. After the wedding supper in the state dining room, the Rev. nnd Mrs. left for n short stay aj n Virginia mountain resort nnd will later go to White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., where tho Rev. McElroy is pastor of a Presbyterian church. Mc-F.lr- them remaining at Boonesborough for other equipment for the national Christian church yard, the heat be pastime to send them to camp, as the ing so intense that it was almost im supper Richmond Register. soldiers nre in need of them. Lex possible .to remain indoors. His reington Leader. SLAYER OF WIFE DIES marks were geratly enjoyed, his per Thomas Dishon, the Garrard counsonal experiences being intensely in NARROW ESCAPE FOR BOYS ty farmer, who tied his wife and shot teresting. Capt. Allan is an educated The three little sons of Mr. nnd gentleman and knows how to put her to death in Garrard county Sundny nfternoon, and then turned his Mrs. Lee Harmon, of Shelby City into words what he has seen and done from the had a narrow escape from death last since the nistol on himself, died of Berlin begun wounds Tuesday night. The burial Saturday morning when the pony the butchering of innocent women occurred at Lancaster Thursday. The they were driving became frightened and children. At the close of his wife wns buried at Wilmore Monday at a passing nutomobile and ran away great address, Gen. Maude, the Red An effort wns made to on the Danville and Hustonville pike Cross mule, was sold to the highest afternoon. One of the lines broke and Marcus bidder. The Woman's Club got the save Dishon's life but he begged to die and the medicine nnd Harmon, aged 8 years, in attempting valuable piece of muleflesh for about trentment given hiftl seemed to have to pick it up from the shafts, fell $1,000 and very cleverly presented little effect. That his mind was badly under the pony cart and the wheels "it" to the Madison County Chapter out of balance thereycan be no doubt. passed over his body. Somo colored of the Red Cross. There were hunpeople stopped the pony and the other dreds of bidders on Gen. Maude, but SOLDIER'S WATERY GRAVE two boys, Elias, nged 9 years, nnd it was a safe wager that when the Mr. and Mrs. Morris Long, of Arthur, nged 4 years, were not in Woman's Club "went after" the mule Gnrrnrd county, were informed of jured. that organization would get it. The the drowning at Camp Beauregard. Somerset brass band furnished good I,a., of their son, Reother Long, nged "PUD" GOES OVER TOP music for the crowd, and the day was 23who wat in training for army Mr. and Mrs. W. A. M6berly are in one that will linger long in the mem service. Ho wns suddenly seized with receipt of a letter from their son, ory of the many who were fortunate cramps while bathing nnd drowned William- - Afoberly, known to hi enough .to be here. The D. A. R.'s before assistance could reach him. friends here as "Pud," saying that he served a toothsome lunch in the Miss Bessie Messer, of this city, had gone over the top in a recent en store-rooformerly occupied by has been tho guest of Miss Jennie gagement in France and is now in Severance & Son and made close to Cox, of Lancaster. n hospital from the effects of Germnn $100 for their organization. gas, of which he received quite a lib "SILAS GREEN FROM eral sample. JOHN P. JONES DEAD NEW ORLEANS" John P, Jones, for years a merA troup of colored troubadours, WILDER FARM SOLD HIGH chant of this city, having a dry goods under the management of "Silas The S. R. Wilder farm of 170 played acres, sold by Col. G. H. Swinebroad, store in the room now occupied by Green from New Orleans," to a good crowd in n tent here Thurs- - the Lancaster "sale wizard," Thurs The Princess, died first of tho week day night. They carry an excellent day, was bought by J. E. Bowles, of at San Antonio, Texas. He had been in bad health for some time nnd had braes band, and the tricks the drum Washington county, at $100.50 mnjor does with his musket are little Bidding "was spirited nnd the sale gone to the southern city with the hope of gaining health and strength. less thnn wonderful. was n success from every stand Mr. Jones moved from Stanford to point. Mt. Sterling nnd operated a store for IT'S IN THE AIR some years, but later traveled for a Windblown pollen, carrying the PIGEON FESTIVAL dry goods house. He is remembered ijernis that cause hay fever, is nbroad The pigeon festival given by the by many of our people who sorrow at 'n the land. One remedy is known to colored Methodist his taking away. ive relief and comfort from choking, members of the -- nsplng asthma nnd tormenting hay church, Rev. F,. Coleman, Jr., pastor, very much of a success. Matil PRINTER NEEDED AT ONCE fever Foley's Honey nnd Tnr spreads was dn Robinson caught the pigeon, which a healing eonting on mllameii The Interior Journal needs nt onco ptops coughs and colds'. Sold enrried a gold ring, nnd now wears n a good n a man "verywhere. very pretty finger adornment. who knows how to work and will do it cheerfully. The right kind of n man DROUTH STOPS OIL DRILLING REFUSED 35c FOR TOBACCO will find n good job and reasonable Water is so scarce over in the oil Bolivar Bond, who cried the Wild remuneration for his services. If field section of tho county that mnny in the Shelby City section you know of such a man, kindly of the drilling outfits nre idle until er sale Thursday, stated that he had refused write, phono or telegraph this offirtj it rains. Lack of rain in certain parts 35 cents per pound for his growing post haste. of the county is doing grent damage crop of tobacco. He believes that 50 and it is feared that the tobacco crop .to fiO cents per pound will bo nearer FORMER LINCOLN WOMAN DIES will be cut short if a downpour does the ruling price next winter. The wife of James Collier, who not como soon. was a daughter of John Anderson, of THURSDAY, AUG. 22. CLAIMED the East End of this county, died at BREINISCH CATCHES FINE phoned her home at Valparaiso, Ind., a few Col. John B. Dinwiddio Anton Breinisch, of the Ottenhelm section, was tried in County Judge T. down from Moreland Thursday that days since. Besides her husband, A. Rice's court Thursday on four ho would have a big sale in the West who wns a son of the late R. G. Col cases of selling wine. He caught n End on Thursday, Aug. 22nd, nnd lier, she leaves two children. $50 fino in three of them nnd $20 in thnt that date must be reserved for HILTON, VA.. TO PAINT LICK another. Six crnp shooters plead it. J. L. Darnell, of Hilton, Va., sent guilty nnd were fined $20 each. 10 by express through Col. Nowton Prathcr drove this .city to Sinking of tho small unarmed miles to Harrodshurg to vote in Sat- Woods Wulker, of Paint Lick, a American steamer Mernk by a Ger- urday's primary, while many people hound, which will be mated to Wnlk-er- 's mnn submarine off tho const of living In that nnd other cities did not great sire Dawson, 008. North Carolina was reported to the tako enough interest iu tho election Next Monday is county court day. to go to tho polls. Navy Department. hell-houn- d ly mem-bre.nprinter-pressma- PATRIOTIC DY BIG AFFAIR WIDOW OF THOS. MOORE DEAD A big crowd gathered here Wed Mrs. Lnurn Moore, widow of GrilBn, of Trnnsylvanln University, Thomas Moore, for many years n res- nesday nnd enjoyed to the fullest the are holding a revival at Green River ident of Crab Orchard, died nt the Interesting program prepared by the church. home of her daughter, Mrs Charles Liberty Service Leagues of Lincoln Presbyterian Church Sundny, Au H. Singleton, at Kingstrec, S. C, county, nnd in which n better Insight gust 11, Sundny schoot, 9:15; morn- - from the effects of nn apoplectic of the workings of the Wnr Counell InK service, 11; Union C. E. meeting stroke she suffered gome three weeks of Defense wns given. A committco ago. nt 7)ho. The remains arrived at Crab of good women had beautifully dec inside nnd Rov. K. W. Coaklcy, pastor of the Orchard last night, accompanied by orated the court-housWaynesburg Baptist church, Is con- Mr. Singleton, nnd were Interred In out. with flags and bunting of'nntion-a- l ducting an Interesting) meeting nt the Crab Orchard cemetery this colors, nnd during the day did of tho morning nt 10:30. Mrs. Moore had much for the furtherance Frazurc, Wayne county. Rov. J. C. Taylor, pastor of the made her home with Mrs. Singleton nobla causes for which they worked. Bnptlst church In Cincinnati, Ohio, since the latter's marriage 22 years In the morning Hon. E. T. Franks, of will prench at the Baptist church here ngo. Tho other children who survive Owensboro, made" an excellent speech Aug. 11th, the morning nnd evening nre Ward Moore, of Calofirm'a, nnd at the court-mousafter n handsome services. Hal Moore, of Chicago. Mr. Thomas introduction by Hon. P. M. MsRob-crtThe South Kentucky Association of Moore In his day was n great race He told of the great work that Bnptlsts meets at New Salem church horse mon nnd wns very successful is being done by the Red Cross, the on next Tuesday, August 13th. All In both raising nnd racing thorough- Y. M. C. A. nnd the Nntionnl Council , arc Invited. Those coming on trains breds. of Defense, and the necessity of sutn will be met at McKinney on the 13th organizations in these parlous war HAIL DOES MUCH DAMAGE for trains number five and six, times. He dwelt nt length on tho Much damage to tobacco nnd other great good being done for the gallant writes Rov. E. W. Coaklcy, of Waynesburg, who is moderator of the growing crops was done by the hail boys whs hnvo given their all for this which fell in the Goshen section of country thnt it might continue a association. It fit place to live in. He eulogized Christian Church Sundny school, the county Tuesday nfternoon. 10 o'clock. Lord's' Supper nnd morn- virtunlly ruined R. C. Duddernr's to- President Wilson's conduct of the ing sermon, 11 o'clock. Subject: bacco crop and bndly damaged three war now being waged, nnd admon of the War." acres for Lilburn Gooch, ten for ished his hearers to save their crit"Some Union Christian Endeavor meeting Jes?e Fox, seven and n half for W. J icism of the great man until the war with the Presbyterian society at 7:30 Holtzclaw, the same number of acres is history. Mr. Franks is nbout tho P. M. Union service with sermon by for W. G. Gooch, five nnd n half most prominent man in the RepubliRev. P. L. Bruce, nt the Baptist acres for J. W. Holtzclaw, two for can party of the State and his words Newell Fox, five for B. F. Holts showed clearly that he is big enough church, 7:15 P. M. The Methodists nre still depending claw and three for J. T. Holtzclaw. to forget politics, when real patriotupon the generosity of the county portunately for the gentlemen all o?" ism is so much the more needed. It authorities nnd will hold their usual them except Mr. R. C. Duddcrar bad was Mr. Franks, we believe, who re Sunday h.iil insurance. Each carried from marked at a gathering to which he services at tho court-hous- e morning. Sunday school at 9:10; $100 to $150 per ncre with R. M. was speaking that as far as he is prenching sen-ic10:45. Tho dedi Nowland, of this city. concerned "politics Is adjourned cation is planned for Sept. 15, when until the close of the war." Pity it Dr. H. C. Morrison is under promise WANTS TO GET "OVER THERE" is that more Republicans, and Demo "I have been at Fort Thomas near- crats, ns well, can not see likewise. to dothe preaching. Sixty members of the Turley's ly three weeks and sure do like it, and instead of trying to feather their Men, the Bible class of the First but I am anxious to get to a real nests with soft berths, try nnd do Christian church of Richmond, enjoy- camp anil 'get over' ns soon ns pos- something that will bring the most ed their nnnunl fish fry at the river sible," says Private Ben F. Jennings, horrible war in the history of man to Wednesday afternoon, the event tak- formerly an employe of The Leader, a victorious end. In the afternoon ing plnce at the Boonesborough in a letter to W. M. Metcalf. He en- Cnpt. R. Muir Allan, a British officer bench. They spent tho afternoon closes a photograph of himself, who served in France from October, 1918, nnd plnying croquet, pitching quoits, which he terms "a good likeness of 1914, until February, swimming nnd at other diversions, General Pershing's successor." Pri- whbsc wounds gave him an honorable hnd all the fish they could eat anil vate Jennings asks that anyone who discharge, was introduced by Mr. returned in the evening, some of has a baseball glove, a ball or any William Severance. He spoke in the Rv. Allen, of Butler, e, s. .A J - av,: S ' f .. "V .? r , . "Tf r . .- .. -,AJti.' . i; M .IvV'T trjP : r.v' ,v . , ly i t Established I860 IrWiHWMiai .i f'y I K The Interior Journal 59th Year. No. 64. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 9, 1918 MORELAND I)nn-vlll- O Tuesdays and Fridays DOINGS Till: COUNTRY OVER JUNCTION CITY Mrs, T. J. Royalty, aged fi.1, Is Georgia LnFovcr will give n , supper at "White Oak Schoolhouso dend In tho llondville section of IUJ-- 1. ..I.-.ii. . nil. 11 .'iZ -J Ainnjr ingiu, vnc uwi, mi" procecus Mercer. yi ro ior school benefit. Come every- - James Oliver Held, n prominent v ' i.h.1.. citizen of Lancaster, is dead nfter lo- Mr. nn! Mrs. Fred W. a lingering illness. Jlorn Some "scoundrebbenst" sti'e 'Jri t Fccle on th flth, n fine boy ! red frying chickens from the henhouse riW..Jr. flir. Ii. r.U'AVing linn lieon rngngcil of Cillector Jolin W. Hughes nt wltb the Q. .&, C enrpentrr crew on The family of f!enrj;e M. Wilson, the. Wrecked depot the past week. Mr. John Simpson, of Cincinnati, of I'alnt l.ick, has Riven four sons to and Mrs. Hnle, of Science Hill, bnve the war, two of whom arc already fc7 been with their sister. Mrn. J. W overseas. ! Howard M. Ililford, one of LouisP ' Bailey, lately. "Mm. 'Will II. ( Dutch) Trenton nnd ville's wealthiest men and former baby, from Cineinnnti, were Inst president of the Hunk of Commerce, week the guests of Mr. mid Mrs died nt his apartment in The Seel-bacOration Preston. : Payment of $112. fit) a month inWe have n street fnir on Dick lot this week mid Slim stead of $10 will be made to Confed5e preen win here Wednesday night erate pensioners hereafter. Thirty, five pensioners have died since the with hi fine negro minstrels , 'V last distribution. The mercury reentered !! oti The city council of Danville retired 101 on Tuesday, mid W 5 on :T Wednesday, anil Monilny night wtu $U,H(M.'JB worth of water works and c the warmest night so fnr nt 71 work house bonds and coupons last .V.. .MrK. Chlnn. of Shell.yville; Miss nitfht and burned them in the pres"Wallace, of Louisville; Mis Caithcr. ence of the members. Increased rates on newsiwpers of Harrodshurg. mid Miss Matthews, of Shnkertown, motoreil over to Mrs. and other publications registered as secoml-elasmatter by the postal W A Reynolds' Sunday. llailey. Mm. Clyde servne were asked of the Interstate Mrs .1 W Shuttles. M kim's Marguerite Keane Commerce Commission. Kiffhteen-yenr-ob- l Jimies Gtilley, of nnd Adah Steele kindly agreed with I exiiiKton, was rejected for the maMr Glenn T Kennedy the advance agent to srll ticket for the Rod Cross rines hernuie he was too light. He .it., fifteen bananas and made up the Chnutnuqun fuml Everybody must work hard t ifli lency. getting in all rinht. Former Senator Johnson N. Cammake our third Chautauqua a linan rinl, social and educational success den, of Woodford county, has the ns we have sixteen numbers for sympathy of hi many friends in the $2. nnd l.it year onlv six for c1 R0 loss of his mother, whose death ocSine vour money and put it in the curred at I'arkcrsburir. W. Va. 1'ontm.ister (ieneral Ilurleson anChautauqua The r1i' Uiral ami wind .irm nounce that one of the first effet Tllu la mirht nhout nine o' lork of iroverrmi'iit control of telephones made ver hoily at the street fair and tcleirraphs probably would be the and consolidation of mai i' a t line for shelter us it was b'uvv in.' ili.wn some of th tents, .ind competing systems wherever possible. A new world's shipbuilding record thri.ilmcd a big rain nlthouirh only w.ii aet by tile United States during one tenth of an inch fell. .ml 1'r. f V. I. Gruhbs purchased i f th' month of July. One huml-t-- d twenty-threesaels were launched Csrnegy his I'rof J i he otheM deliver. I and farty-on- e paneled bookcase and about .Jnfl tc number of launching alone were hooks anil other fine library book r tlian for any single year in nnd lii I Mirh a loail with some furir the past. aame party t ture puri based of I'rof. J T Uynearson has lieon old spring wagon front aisle ben by the School Hoard from the down like n how, and Mr. pnd Mrs Thos Met.alf came along in then prinripalihip of Salvisi High School, auto and kindly look I'rof flruhu m Mercer county, for alleged disloyal tendencies. His res- .nnd Hirnnn Stanley, who insisted op 'and walking after the axle bent, and g!yp innation was asked of the Imard by them n webome lift as far as Shelbv the oillcials of the Mercer County ( it fr..m Mr George Chnsman's i outicil of Defense Lexington schools for children Jr to under ix vear old will no longer T- answer your questions. German l.ri. i.i on. right where you live be known by theSuperintendentname of thi t.o of the great war as it ha "Kindergartens." I c. 'i tdd to us by the President of Schools M. A. Casaidy recommended the I ti I. d States, the member of hi' in his report that the name be Edaln..i .mi heads of war acltlties Americanized, and the Hoard of recrecently held with ucation unanimously adopted the ferenn-at .r t Id .ind platform representn ommendation. Hereafter the tr. ',. re n Vahtneton this is tin mary Circle.will be termed the Priminion of the ItadchuV Chautauqua, Total internal revenue for the year whuh will be with us August 10, 17. The proceeds above the SI 2ft amounted to S'M.Oi t.703,000. of 10 for I hautauiUH and $2ft expenses Willi h $2.830.0S3.MiO mme from intax paywill lie donated to the Red Cross come and excess profits ment" in June, the eporl of Internal Work Rexenue Commissioner Roper indicates. From a multitude of CALOMEL ROHUT.n OF source, roPeeted largely in NAUSEA AND DANGER dunes, pennies nnd iunrters added :irious artules. Mrdicinsl Virtues Retained nd lm to the nrire- - of nd DmiRer-oi$Sr.,f,i;,Onil was collected. proved Unplratsnt were called from nioodhuund Qlllitie Removed New Vs. I ex'iigton to Heidelberg, Leo county, riety Called "Cslotsbs" to locate thieves who entered the of medical store at that place and stole $1,0S5 The latest triumph lothing The si lence is a purified calomel, known and se -- ! suits of arvhers to the house n "Calotabs" The old style ralomel dogs led the ai all doctors know, was tho best and of two pn whose names are bring generally useful of all niedi-tinp- s kept senvt and the olnccrs foil nil tno-- t 'i hud left 'or unknown The new variety, known as thut th nnd refined pait. i .ii.. I id, 'II' nifM watchman at the in purified rd r (rtd seeing two from .ill oliiectumabb' Qualities, and rnitroe t delightful in elfect. - iiH- -t 'it train headed for men lioi.nl I exi'ii'ton W'tt a is ti ing kept line C.ot:t.h on the tongue at n swallow of water- - that's all there no griiingt no nausea, no N'o t Next morning vou awake CAVHT COLD AT IAl M UEACII I'.imir is no nntietion So'ith.m f... lini' tine, with a lean liver, a pu-- r ,1 eoids. Helen H and a hearty appetite spaint nin.- 'V. Palm f..r lierakfast. Eat what you plaese. Suunder f2 ' 2nd Av ere cold ute- "Mv Tin re it no restricting of lmbit or Reach, Ha., diet Calotabs are bold only in orig-iii.i- l. n the ih-- st '.is n loved b Foley's maled paikages; price, thirty-liv- Honey and Tn! Com" mnd." This fine Your druggist recommend old family rtt 'ty in be i . nt hay Calotabs, and will refund your uiwn to relieve summer money if 'u are not delighted with fever, nitlimu and iroiip. Sold everywhere. them. A curiosity of (ionium justice is NOT TO UK IGNORED days' imprisTinkidni' aie us important to the sentonce of thiee upon u mechanic good health as the heart, lungs, stom- onment passed ach or anv organ in the bodv. Lame named Augut-- t Simon, who had albnik. swollen joints, sore muscles, tered on his linen card the figure inrheumatic in he and pain, nre most dicating the slie of his collar. The often signals of kidnev trouble Foley Pills give relief to kidney charge was one of "schwere urkuu Kidne forgery in the mr-jo- r trouble sulfeiers Thev banish bladder irregularities. Sold everywhete. degree wiys a report of the cane Dusseldorf Nachrichteu. Women employes nf the California in the ollice have ninde 200 r State piintlng When ou have backache th pairs of shoes for Ilelgian babies or klilnovH are sure to be out of ijenr from scraps of leather nnd corduroy Try Snmil, It dooa womlors for the used in book hniiidings. liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial mid contents belonging Cue bottle will convince you. Got It The house ut tho drue store. to Joe Ituburts, of Casey, burned. ., - mnny went to sec Maude kick the knlscr. Little Coulter White is nblc to bo taken out riding. Our village Is scarcer of wnter than it has been for yenrs, ' Our school is progressing fine with Prof. Cnlfey as principal. Our meeting nt the Methodist church Is in session this week. Mr. Hen Ferrell nnd family, of Ohio, are visitors nt his father's this A good week. Mr. (5. 11. Pruitt's family who have been on the sick list are nil doing nicely. Mr. Lnfe Morgan nnd family have We hated to moved to McKinney. give them up. Mr. Eminence McClure, our hanker, we must not forget to say we are quite proud of him. Mrs. G T Tlmberlake and visitors, of Peoria. Ill , Mr. (iipson Russell and n wife, Lee Russell, and Mrs. Ada motored to llurgin nnd Harrnds-burand spent the day with a sisMc-Mag fc Mom-dny- a ter and aunt. Messrs. Karl and Dewey Timber-lakentertained quite a crowd from Danville Saturday and Sunday. Among the guests were Misses Ora and Georgia Tipton, Mary Cartman and Mayo Wells, of Cave City. e PLAIN NATURAL IRON REST TONIC Cotti but n Fraction of What Weaker Preparations Sell for A Spoonful In a GUi of Water a Dote The alxoliite proof that medicinal iron would help the blood and strengthen people wonderfully has caused many chemists to perfect more or less efficient iron tonics and more or less efTu ient tablets. For most people, however, the writer would say that just plain highly conientrnted Acid Iron Mineral is better, far cheaper and stronger and goes from two to six times as i WITH TIIF. CHURCHES WIDOW OF THOS. MOORE DEAD Rev. Allen, of llutler. nnd Rev. Mrs. Laura Moore, widow of Griffin, of Trnnsylvnnin University, Thomas Moore, fnr mnny yenrs a resnre holding a revivnl nt Green River ident of Crab Orchard, died nt the church. home of her daughter, Mrs' Charles Presbyterian Church Sunday, Au- If. Singleton, nt Ktngstrce, S. C, gust 11, Sunday school, 0:15; morn- from the effects of nn npoplectic ing service, 1 ; Union C. K. meeting stroke she suffered some three weeks ngo. nt 7:30. The remains nrrived nt Crab Rov. K. W. Conkley, pastor of the Orchard Inst night, accompanied by Waynesburg Hnptlst church, is con- Mr. Singleton, nnd were interred in ducting an interesting) meeting nt the Crab Orchard cemetery this Frnzure, Wnvne county. morning nt 10:10. Mrs. Moore had Rov J. C. Taylor, pastor of the made her home with Mrs. Singleton Ilaptist church in Cincinnati, Ohio, since the Intter's marriage 22 years will preach at the Ilaptist church here ngo. The other children who survive Aug. 11th, the morning and evening are Ward Moore, of Calofirrrin, nnd Hal Moore, of Chicago. services. Mr. Thomas The South Kentucky Association of Moore in his dny was a great race Ilaptists meets at New Salem church horse man nnd was very successful on next Tuesday, August 1,1th. All In both raising nnd racing thoroughare invited. Those coming on trains breds. will he met nt McKinney on the 1.1th HAIL DOES MUCH DAMAGE for trains number five and six, Much damage to tobacco nnd other writes Rev. K. W. Conkley, of Wayneburg, who is moderator of the growing crops was done by the hail which fell in the Goshen section of association. It Christian Church Sunday school, the county Tuesday afternoon. 10 o'clock. Lord's' Supper and morn- virtually ruined R. C. Duddcrnr's toing sermon. 11 o'clock. Subject: bacco crop nnd badly damaged thee of the War." acres for Lilhurn Gooch, ten for "Some Union Christian Endeavor meeting Jesse Fox, seven anil a half for W. I. with the Presbyterian society at 7:10 Holtxelnvv, the same number of acres P. M. Union servite with ermon bv for V. G. Gooch. five and a half Rev. P L. Hruce. at the Ilaptist acres for J. V. Holtzelaw, two for N'ewell Fox, five for II. F. Holtz church, 7:15 P. M. The Methodists are still ilependlnc rlnw and three for J. T. Holtzelaw. for the gentlemen all o upon the generosity of the county authorities and will hold their usual them except Mr. It. C. Dudderar !,ad Sunday h ;' insurance. Each carried fmm services at the court-hous- e morning. Sumlny school at 9:10; $100 to $150 per acre with It. M preaching service 10:45. The dedi- Newland, of this city. cation is planned for Sept. 15, when Dr. H. C. Morrison ia under promise WANTS TO GET "OVER THERE" "I hnve been at Fort Thomas nearto dotthe preaching. Sixtv members of the Turlev's ly three weeks and sure do like it. Men. the Ilible class of the First but I am anxious to get to a real Christian church of Richmond enjoy- camp and 'get over' ns soon as posed their annual fish fry at the river sible," says Private Hen F. Jennings, Welnesilny afternoon, the event tak- formerly an employe of The Leader, ing place at the Hooneshorouph in a letter to V. M. Metcnlf. He enbeach. They spent the afternoon closes a photograph of himself, playing croquet, pitching quoits, which he terms "n good likeness of 1 hand-Rind- e e far. vrt-nto- s Iron Mineral, whirll is the name for natural iron. It also has a beneficial effect upon ippetite and digestion, and the kidneys soon show its effects. (N'ote: does not act as a laxative and should one be needed to stimulate the li cr or bowels a Liver good laxative tablet like Pills is recommended. IA-I-- vate Jennings asks that anyone who A bottle of Acid Iron Mineral, had all the fish thev could eat and has a bngeball glove, a ball or any some of kept handy and a tcaspoonful poured returned in the evening, other equipment for the national in a glass of drinking water after them remaining at Rooncsborough for pastime to send them to camp, as tho Richmond Register. supper meals, makes a delightful, very soldiers are in need of them. Lexand highly beneficial tonic and ington Leader. SLAYER OF WIFE DIES strofigthener, and if the blood needs Thomas Dishon, the Garrard counenriching and purifying it would be ty NARROW ESCAPE FOR BOYS farmer, who tied his wife and shot hard to find anything that does it The three little sons of Mr. and her to death in Garrard county Sun-dnbetter or rids the system of rheumaafternoon, and then turned his Mrs. Lee Harmon, of Shelbv City tism nnd kindred ailments quicker nistol on himself, died from the had a narrow escape from death last than just plain concentrated Acid wounds Tuesday night The burial Saturday morning when the pony v swimming and at other diversions, General Pershing's successor." Pri- occurred nt Lancaster Thursday The wife was buried at Wilmore Monday An effort was made to afternoon. save Dishon's life hut he begged to die and the medicine and treatment given him seemed to have little effect. That his mind was badly out of balance there can be no doubt. MARRIAGES Thomas Douglas Cornelison and Miss Mary Hardin were joined heart and hnnd nt Richmond. The marriage of Miss Annie Rue to Joseph miscel-Inneoi- u hed-tm- i. r t - e Sillman. both of Danin Lexington Thursday afternoon. Alias Norma Giunchigliani, n pop ular Richmond girl, and James Con way, of Louisville, who formerly lived in Madison, were mnrried a few days ago. Miss Alice Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joseph R. Wilson, of Baltimore, and niece of President Wilson, and the Rev I. S. MrKlroy, Jr.. of Columbus, Ga., were married Wednesday evening at tho White House. It was tho fifteenth wedding to take place nt tho executive man sion and the third during tho pres The Rev. I. S. ent administration. McElroy, fulher of the bridegroom, and formerly pastor of the Presbyterian church at Stanford, ollicinted, using the double ring ceremony. After the wedding supper in the state dining room, the Rev. and Mrs. u left for h short stay nj a mountain resoit nnd will later go to White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.. where the Rev. MrKlroy is pastor of a Presbyterian church. D ville, was solemnued Mc-Klr- Vlr-gini- - ll.-e- UREINISCH CATCHES FINE Anton Ilreinisih, of the Ottenheim pains quickly conquered by Foley section, was tried in County Judge T. Kidney Pills. Sold everywhere on four A. Rice's court Thursday Wolfen-bergeII. Engineer William cases of selling wine. He caught a N. fast train N'o. 7, $50 line in three of the in nnd $20 in of L. which plowed into the ltardstown ac- another. Six crap shooters plead commodation nt Shepherdsville last guilty nnd weie fined $20 each. December, resulting in tho loss of Sinking of the small unarmed over forty lives and the injury of many others, was exonerated by a Amuricnn steamer Murnk by it Gerjury of all blame in connection with man submarine off the romt of the disaster at his trial nt Shepherds North Carolina was reported to the 1 Navy Department. ville this week. r, HUSUAND AND WIFE 18. It. Mrs. Frank P. Wood, llo F. D. 2. Morrill. Me., writes: "Foloy Kidney Pills help me so much. My husband nlo has received much benefit from them. He was so lame he could not stoop over and now he feels no pain." Lame back, sore muscles, stiff joints, rheumatic achesnnd they were driving became frightened at a passing automobile and ran away on the Danville and Hustonville pike One of the lines broke and Marcus Harmon, aged 8 years, in attempting to pick it up from the shafts, fell under the pony cart and the wheels passed over his body. Some colored people stopped the pony and the other SOLDIER'S WATERY GRAVE two boys. Elia. aged 0 years, and Morns Long, of Arthur, aged Mr and Mrs years, were not in Garrard county, were informed of jured. the drowning at Camp Renuregard. of their son. Renther I on'j, aired "PUD" GOES OVER TOP 2.1who was in training fur armv Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mbberly are in service. He was suiMcnlv seizeil Willi receipt of a letter from their son. cramps while and drowned William.- Moberlv, known to hi before assistance could tvuh him. friends here as "Pud." saying that he Miss Mosaic Meser, of this city, had gone over the top in a recent enhas been the guest of Miss Jennie gagement in France and is now in Cox, of Lancaster. n hospital from the effects of Gcrmnn gas, of which he received quite a lib "SILAS GREEN FROM eral sample. NEW ORLEANS" A troup of colored troubadours, WILDER FARM SOLD HIGH under the management of "Silas The S. It. Wilder farm of 170 Green from New Orleans," played acres, sold bv Col. G. R. Swinobrond, to a good crowd in a tent here Thur-dathe Lam inter "sale wizard," Thursnight. They carry an excellent day, was bought by J. E. Howies, of brabond, nnd the tricks the drum Washington ciunty. at $lfifi.B0. major does with his musket are little ISiddiug was spirited and the sale less than wonderful. was n success from every standpoint. IT'S IN THE AIR Windblown pollen, carrying the PIGEON FESTIVAL "erms that i imse hay fever, is abroad The pigeon festival given by the 'n the land. One remedy is known Jo member of the colored Methodist "ivc r lif--f and comfort from choking, tormenting hay church. Rev. 11. Coleman. Jr., pastor, apini' esthma and Mntil-i'- i fever Kolev's Honey and Tnr spread was very much of a success. Robinson caught the pigeon, which t healing coating on inflnmed Solds stons coughs and colds. carried a gold ring, and now wears a vervwhere. very pretty finger adornment. DROUTH STOPS OIL DRILLING REFUSED 35c FOR TOBACCO Water is so scarce over in the oil Bolivar llontl. who cried the Wild field section of the county that many drilling outfits are idlo until or sale in the Shelby City section of the Thursday, stated that he had refused it rains. Lack of rain in certain ports 3fi cents per pound for his growler of the county is doing grent damage crop crop of tobacco. He believes tlwU 50 and it is feared that the tobacco to 00 cents per pound will he newer will he cut short if a downpour doos tbi ruling price no.xt winter. not coma soon. 1 I., PATRIOTIC WsY niG AFFAIR A big crowd gathered here Wed nesday nnd enjoyed to the fullest th Interesting program prepared by the Liberty Service Lcngues of Lincoln county, nnd in which n better insight of the workings of the War Counell of Defense was given. A committee of good women hnd beautifully dor. inside nnd orated the court-housout. with lings nnd hunting of'nntion-a- l colors, and during the dny did of the much for the furtherance noble causes for which they worked. In tho morning Hon. E. T. Franks, of Owensboro, made nn excellent speech after n handsome nt the court-mousintroduction by Hon. P. M. MsRoh-er- t. He told of the great work that is being done by the Red Cross, the Y. M. C. A. nnd the Nntional Council of Defense, nnd the necessity of sue It organisations in these parlous war times. He dwelt at length on tho great good being done for the gallant boys whu hnve given their nil for thl country thnt it might continue a He eulogized fit place to live in. President Wilson's conduct of the war now being waged, and admonished his henrers to save their criticism of the great man until the war is history. Mr. Franks is about the most prominent man in the Republican party of the State and his words showed clearly that he is big enough to forget politics, when real patriotism is so much the more needed. It was Mr. Franks, wc believe, who remarked nt a gathering to which he was speaking that ns far ns he is concerned "politics is adjourned until the close of the war." Pity it is that more Republicans, and Democrats, as well, can not see likewise, and instead of trying to feather their nests with soft berths, try nnd da something that will bring tho most horrible war in the history of mnn to In the afternoon a victorious end. Cnpt R. Muir Allan, a Rritish officer who served in France from October, 191S, and 1014, until February, whose wounds gave him nn honorable discharge, was introduced, by Mr. William Severance. He spoke in the Christian church yard, the heat being o intense that it was almost impossible to remain indoors. His remarks were geratly enjoyed, his personal experiences being intensely interesting. Capt. Allan is an educated gentleman and knows how to put into words what he has seen and done d since the of Rerlin begun the butchering of innocent women and children. At the close of his great address. Gen. Maude, the Red Cross mule, was sold to the highest bidder. The Woman's Club got the valuable piece of muleflcsh for about $1,000 and very cleverly presented "it" to the Madison County Chapter of the Red Cross. There were hundreds of bidders on Gen. Maude, but it wns a safe wager that when the Woman's Club "went nfter" tho mule thnt organization would get it. The Somerset brass band furnished good music for the crowd, and the day was one that will linger long in the memory of the many who were fortunate enough .to be here. The D. A. R.'s served n toothsome lunch in the store-roooccupied by formerly Severance & Son and made cloe to 5100 for their organization. e, e, hell-houn- v JOHN P. JONES DEAD John P. Jones, for yenrs a merchant of this city, having a dry goods store in tho room now occupied by The Princess, died first of tho week at San Antonio, Texas. He had been in bad health for some time and hml gone to the southern city with tho hope of gaining health and strength. .Mr. Jones moved from Stanford to Alt. Sterling and operated a store for some years, but Inter traveled for a dry goods house. He is remembered hv many of our people who sorrow at his taking away. PRINTER NEEDED AT ONCE The Interior Journal needs at once printer-pressma- n a man a good who knows how to work and will do it cheerfully The right kind of a mail will find a good job and reasonable remuneration for his services. If vou know of such a man, kindly write, phone or telegraph this o flirt! post haste. n -- ' JW r. "L M mem-Inue- FORMER LINCOLN WOMAN DIES The wife of James Collier, who was a daughter of John Anderson, of THURSDAY, AUG. 22. CLAIMED the East End of this county, died nt phoned her home at Valjwraiso, Ind., a few Col. John II. Dinwiddle down from Moreland Thursday that days since. Resides her husband, he would have a big sale in the West who was a son of the late R. G. ColKiul on Thursday, Aug. 22nd, and lier, sdie leaves two children. that that date must be reserved for it. HILTON, VA., TO PAINT LICK '.v SF& S Col. Newton Prathor drove 10 miles to Harrodsbiirg to vote in Saturday's primary, while many iveople living in that ami other cities did not take enough interest iu tho election to go to the polls, J. L. Darnell, of Hilton, Vn sent by express through this city to Woods Walker, of Paint Lick, a hound, which will be mated to Walker's great sire Dawson, 908. Next Monday is county court dny. .."j - Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 9, 1918 HUSTONVILLE Miss Mary Wilder, who has been hns attending school nt Hlchmond, Auction Sale of Mares At Stanford Ky. Car-Loa- returned for n few week' stay with the home folks before entering school ngnln. Mrs. Elbert Hnrpcr, of Salisbury, N. C, is visiting Prof, nnd Mrs. Davis. Mis Margaret 11. Powell Is with Opportunity Doesn't knock nt your door every day. The wise man takes advantage nnd ACTS when he sees It. It Is a duty you owe to yourself and family to own your own home nnd quit slaving your life away for the other fellow In paying rent that Is gone from you forever and never anything to show for It except worthless receipts. Bead the following nnd you will find some Golden Opportunities either ns n home or good paying Investments. They nre REAL BARGAINS. No. .100 10 acres of land nil In grass except garden. Has cottage, barn and nil nccessnry outbuildings. Plenty of fruit. Right miles from on pike and only 2 good town. A nice little home for some one nnd the price is right, only $ 1,400.00 nnd terms ensy. Look this one over. five-roo- 5jW"3HCjP 1 d of Mares at Nunnelley's Stock Pens in We will sell a MONDAY, County Court Day, AUG. 2. They are 2 to Stanford, 5 years old, Percheron bred, heavy bone, good colors, good shape and the kind for the farmer to buy. They were raised in Iowa and Illinois. Mules and horses are high and will be higher, as there is no auprlus in any country. Do not fail to come and see these mares as they are positively the best lot ever shipped South. Don't forget date and place, as every one will be soldregardless of price. No and a fair deal to all. The sale starts promptly at I P. M., rain or shine. Remember the place Nunnelley's Stock Pens, Stanford. E. P. WOODS, JAS. H. WOODS, WESTERN STABLE CO. Mares Are All Broke to Work. by-bidde- rs EIGHT FANCY COLTS IN THE LOT -- PAINT LICK cd on for appendicitis at the Dnnvillc Mrs. Mary Galloway, of Lexington, Hospital, contracted pneumonia and The remains were inis visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. died Monday. to rren at tho Manse cemetery WedW. C. Fish. Miss Ada McWhortor, of Borsa, nesday afternoon. Master Saufley Hughes is with his is the guest of relatives here this grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. week. Miss Fannie Francis, of Ockmul-gee- , Francis. Tho Red Cross society has ordered Okla., will spend tho month of August with her grandparents, Mr. two new sewing machines and will do and Mrs. J. B. Francis, nnd attend their bit working for the soldier boys. nuptials. the Eldridge-Frnnci- s Miss Edna Underwood entertained Master Jewell Wallace spent the week-enin Lexington with hta ous-in- ( the younger set Wednesday night. S. A. Wallace, and Mrs. Wallace. Light refreshments were served the d Hub-Haz- Moore, near Berca. Miss Margaret Francis has returned from a several months stay in Middlesboro. Mr, Tom Parsons, who was operat-barhas arrived safely with th American troops in France. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE d, Mrs. Reagan and little daughter, guests. G2-B. F. Hubbard has received the Austin. of Latonia, arc with Rex. and Mrs. good news that his son, Silas C. S. Ellis. Ruy a War Savings Stamp tobay. Ross arc guests of Mrs. Elmer Little Misses Burnaw Estridge and el As administrator of Arch Austin, I will sell at public auction in Stanford on next county court day, August 12th, at 1 o'ciocR n e horse mulo and a wagon. The sale will be for cash. S. Burton, administrator, Arch two-hors- ale will sell at Public Auction at my farm in the East End of the county, on the Stanford and Crab Orchard pike, one and a half miles from Crab Orchard, beginning at 0 o'clock A. M., I 1 Lexington this week. We are glad to state that Jesse Koutt is improving. Squire Gann wns called to Cincinnati Saturday on business. Hen Prcwltt Is here for o few days before going to camp. Mrs. II. J. Pennington has returned after a very pleasant visit to friends In Cincinnati. James Hall, who Is stationed at Newport News, Va., is here on n few days' visit to his parent, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tupman. Mrs. II. J. Pennington and Misses Mary and Edith Wilder spent Sunday with friends in Harrodsburg. On August 17, 10 and 20 the Itadcliffe Chautauqua System, of Washington, D. C, will present its "Wnkc Up America" program In our city. This program is patriotic in every respect, and comes to us with the approval of the government officials at the head of the many departments at Washington. Mr. HadclilTe, who is at the head of this Chautauqua system, Is in close touch with the governmental pulse, nnd has built a program which is sent out in order to help destroy what ever feeling there may be still lurking in vnrious parts of the country. We nre, therefore glad to welcome this program here because it will bring us some facts in connection with the winning of tho war, and will stimulate us to greater activity along all lines of patriotic endeavor. Miss Nancy Lee Dunn is visiting the Misses Gnnn. Eugene llurris was in Stanford Wednesday. Little Miss Katheryne Penny, of St. Joseph, Mo., is quite ill with tyof her phoid fever nt the home grandfather, J. K. Ilaughmnn. Mrs. Petmy arrived a few days after the little girl was taken sick. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hill Spaulding, of Lexington, arc here for a few days with Dr. Edward Alcorn and family. Chni. Adams, Jr., was in Stanford Wednesday. He took part in the Boy Scout parade. Miss Laura Sondidge, of the More-lan- d section, was in town shopping Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene Dunn and Misses Lou Cowan, Annie Dunn, Betsy Cowan, were with friends and relatives in Louisville this week. Judge Myers is able to be out again. Arthur Burton, who is stationed on the Transport Cyama, has returned after a pleasant visit to the home-folkfriends In n s. IT acres of land on good No .110 rlkc and in thickly ttld neighbor- hood. Hns three-roo- house, tobacco barn nnd stock barn, cribs, moke house, etc. All buildings nnd Well nt fencing in good repair. house nnd big cave spring on place besides lots of other water. Splendid orchard of npples, plums, pears, peaches, cherries, etc. Cloe to school, church and stores. All of this place cleared nnd in grass or cultivation except about 12 ncres of good timber. The price on this place Is down f onlv $2,500 00. with and balnnce in one nnd two yenrs. one-hal- No. nil 140 acres of good tobacTobnr-r- o co land. Has three houses barn 3(1x111 feet ami IS feet to 10 acres of new ground just eaves. cleared. Two wells, springs, etc All fencing brnnd new wire fence. The 10 ncres of new cleared land will pay for the uhole pkee In crop of to. barco nnd then you will have money left. The price on this plnre is only $2,750.00 and terms right. This place is a money maker. If you are looking for a good Investment you need look no further. ncres of land. Has residence, barn, etc. Well, springs, pond. Fencing fnirlv good. About two miles from Stanford on dirt road Price only $2,r.00.00. Look nt this one nnd see if you can beat the price anywhere. No. two-stor- v 31272 nine-roo- Dr. Murphy and family, of were in town shopping Ellls-bur- g, this Tuesday, August 27th The following live stock, feed, farming implements, etc. : II head of mules, seven of them broke. 11 Nice Feeders, 5 Good Yearlings, 11 Heifers, 10 Cows, 10 Calves, One Black Bull Four Sows and pigs. Four Brood Mares, 2 yearling Colts. Lot Nice baled Timothy Hay. Lot Mixed Hay. Lot Baled Straw. Farming implements of all kinds. At the same time and place I will 35 Acres of Corn GRASS LAND MRS. MARY F. OWSLEY, Stanford, Ky. Miss Beecher Newbern is visiting Dr. nnd Mrs. Pennington at Stanford. Mrs. M. B. Eubanks, of Danville, is spending n few weeks at Elixir Springs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy .Tones, of Danville, passed through here Sunday en route to Elixir Springs. Dr. A. II. Baugh nnd fumily and Mr. Jim Powell spent Tuesday at Elixir Springs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leg Eads, of Stan ford, were here with friends Tues day. Mrs. Carlisle Myers left Wednesday for her home in Frankfort, nfter n pleasant visit to Judge and Mrs. Myers. Tho bloodhounds were cniicu io Danville Wednesday. Miss Annie Wilson, of Salisbury, N. C will nrrive this week to be the guest of Mrs. J. W Davis. Sam Boll nnd family spent Tues-.lowith Mrs. Jennie Carpenter. Miss Knthcryne Wnrriner is leading in singing in the protracted meeting at Newcastle, Ky. Up until this time there have been eleven confessions and with the prospect of more. Bonn McKechnio, of the U. S. S. Mercury, nnd Grovcr McKechnie, of Hedgevillc, spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Hnmmond. Mrs. Amos Skinner, of Shnker-towis here for n few days. w n, week. .11.1 17 ncres of land. Three-roocottnge, small barn, etc. Several fruit trees. Fine garden. Close to school, church nnd store, nnd In three miles of Stanford on good nnd. Good well of everlasting water About 7 acres cleared and balance in timber. Fencing good. Price only $000.00 spot cn.sh. No. m No. .11 40 acres on pike. Three, room house, fmall barn, hen hotire, smoke house, etc. Well fenced nnd e watered. 15 ncres cleared nnd in timber. Some very good timber. Price $1,000 and terms to suit 1 oal-nnc- purchaser. No. .115 Nice cottage, barn nnd nil other nccessiry outbuildings nnd three ncres of Inn I. Well right nt bouse and plendid spring on place. Lots of npplei mil cherries. This property located right in good town with splendid chur.'hcs ami fine graded school, etc. Prlco only $2,250.00. If you want a real nice small home with a little acrefge gt right price this place will bo hard to bent. No. ,110 103 acres of fine Innd. Splendid house nnd largo barn. Well watered and fenced and most ill of this farm in grass. On tho best piko In the county and close to school nnd splendid neighborhood. An ideal home for some one and M'e price Is right. The foregoing nre only n few of tho many propositions thnt we havo for sale. Wo hnvti farms of nil sizes and prices nnd lots of town properties, ns well ns businesses for sule. If you wnnt to buy, como to see us. If want to sell, consult us. Wo know that onr prices nro right. Rent to the Highest and Best Bidder 100 Acres of Terms made known on day of sale. Dinner will be served on the grounds by the Red Cross Ladies. Col. John B. Dinwiddie, Auctioneer. ENGINEER WRITES When tho kidneys nre not working properly, backache, stiff joints, rheumatic pains and suffering result. George McLain, Turtle Lake, N. D., writes: "I nm n locomotive engineer. I had a bad pain in my back and my bluddcr action wns very irregular. I took Foley Kidney Pills nnd wns relieved in u couplo of days." Sold everywhere. LOCOMOTIVE Hughes & McCarty Office Phone 180 Jeff Short, of Middlcburg, nnd Miss Carpenter's Creek, were married by Rev. Allen at Wednesday. They are both popular young people of Casey and havo best wishes of their many friends. Lillio Allen, of Retidence Phono 152 and 184 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Mid-dlebu- rg The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, MAN POWER TO WIN WAR Friday, August 9, 1918 CLEAR FORK The farmers of this vicinity met and organized a farmers' club last Wednesday night. The following officer were appointed, viz.: W. I. Diamond, president; A. V. Ilorton, vice president; Oscar I'rince, secretary; W. P. Reynolds, treasurer. Several members were admitted. IIclp yourself and community by joining this club. The next meeting will be held next Monday night. The Literary Society meets every other Wednesday night. Everybody Invited. An Interesting program will be rendered each night, including a debnte by several able sptakers. Don't forget the singing Saturday night. It is expected that Prof. George Thompson will teach a scries of lessons in vocal music .in the near future at this place. Attend the Sunday school at 9:30 A. M. Regular Baptists meeting, fourth Sunday. Preston O'Blair and Miss Calcic Sanders were quietly married In Lexington Inst week. After n few weeks' wedding tour to several northern points they will return here. Messrs. M. N. Ingram and Emil Vanover were in Stanford Tuesday. Oscar Prince has purchased a farm. Green Gooch, our hustling stock buyer, will drive a nice bunch of sheep this week. n Misses Marie and Elizabeth hnve returned to their home nt Rurnside after a pleasant visit to their little cousin, Lorraine Hogue. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Vanover spent Sunday with friends at Green Briar. Mr and Mrs. W. I. Diamond were guests at W. A. Morton's Sundny. Mrs. Octavia Patrick is with Mrs. Uus. McClurc at Cuba. Mrs. J. C. Walker and children, of Somerset, spent two weeks at J. G. Singleton's. Mrs. and Mrs. George Hogue nnd children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Sweeney at Waynesburg Sun day. Miss McCoy, of Cuba, was with Mrs. B. Ratcllffe Saturday and Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Greer nnd baby spent n short time with the former's sis ter, Mrs. Emil Vanover. Messrs. Harlan Vanover and Vernon Sanders were pleasant callers nt W. R. Singleton's, of Waynesburg, Sunday afternoon. Miss Hnllie Kessec is on the sick list, is unable to attend school. Mrs. James Baldwin is indisposed. Mr. J. E. Johnson is Improving. W'al-de- Hvl Hage fhree A - lC-- - )r Concerning the result of the war, a Washington dispatch has the fol lowing: r will be the deThat termining factor In the war, and that It Is Incontestable that the numerical superiority of the Entente Is Increasing daily arc two admissions which have been made publicly and have caused great despondency throughout Germany, according to advices received here. The ndmissions aro made In the KENTUCKY ORCHARD, CRAB Arbiter Zcltung of Vienna, which states that the French and allied victory on the west front has visibly produced n profound Impression ! among the people. The paper stntcs: "The assaults of .the Allies n en Inst our new front have In no way diminished In Intensity. That Is a fact which gives one cause to think. With ndvcrsnrlcs like the Russinns the technical ability of the Germane was such that the numerical superiority of the Russians was of no importance. On the west the situation is quite different. Do not let us forget that nro the French and the Anglo-Saxon- s side by side with the Germnns the most civilized peoples In the world, and thnt they nrc in n position to turn all modern technical Inventions to their own profit. On the other hand, let us take in consideration the invincible spirit which nnlmntes the French soldiers, An scellenl rtmadjr for Llmberneck, Roup, Gapes, Cholera the tradition of victory and glory Chicken Poi, Diarrhoea, and other existing form of Poultry which only these last few years GerDiseases man history has somewhat tarnished. "This spirit of the French army united with the powerful organizing ability of America, gives a value to the armies of the Entente at the very THIS LISTEN least equal to that of Germany. One J. M. REYNOLDS Wouldn't you like to live in must therefore admit that in the west midst of good churches, UNDERTAKER. WAYNESBURG these factors which military and the good school, good people and We carry a large and complete stock technical value represents do not henceforth play any role. Those are hade? If o see of Caskets, Kobes etc at oil times. advantages which have become neuPlionu: Farmers lino No. tralized. It therefore results, in con B. L. FAGALY Woodstock line No. tnrdiction to what happened on the AT STANFORD, KENTUCKY eastern front, thnt the decisive factor Now in the war will be He Has a Nice Home For You. it Is incontestable that the numerical To the Public: UtfMt ff I rrprrnl tt honx Inand beit mtdttr superiority of the Entente is increasDEBTS COLLECTED Kd Vorder clolblnc Co., Chlrmgo,IhU1U foontfr ing every day. That is a formal M 4 I'rUt of tho inevitable defeat lh mk avowal la Accounts, Notes, Claims of all trltnc yoor tnuriag and drllnf adrant-trjf of clothe. fWrt m- - th ft is awaiting tha Central kinds collected anywhere In the otr on who If not a practical tailor. If joo which trlH civ ma yur ordtr, I will promiie yoo rowers." world. No charges unless we col. qavr dral Too w(U ret Ibf worth of yont Thnt the conclusion of the article (iitl.fr In th ffarapect rradra or lb lect. Reference: Farmers National. alhr priri My was still more alarming is manifest Atk about us. SPRING AND SUMMER from the fact that the Austrian cenAGENCY MAY'S COLLECTION ( Djj'lr now rradr fr joor l iiif of sor suppressed it, nlthough he alSomerset, Kjr. it aow and let ra thaw yoo ftioa Office! Room 7 Masonic Building. Tmw lowed the publication of tho matter C. Kt quoted above. MENS UNDERWEAR B. V. D. and Porusknit The Cool Kinds man-powe- W. E. PERKINS DONT LET THEM DIE KIDD3 STORE beautiful girl baby makes a trio of Lincoln's handsomest children at Smith T. Powell's. Workmen are filling ruts, chug holes nnd wash-out- s along tho old roadway and wc have hopes again of a pike to Liberty, Not even the grandson of a prophet, I predicted benefactions would follow Dave Taylor's election. Good guess? Rather. Hudson Bohon has gone to Missis sippi hunting a farm. Good business, the progressives say. A share of local rains has greatly refreshed parching pastures nnd wilting crops. More Is much needed. Prudcntinl influences have dispers ed slackers and degenerate bums, who disgraced our parks and shady corners. Seclusion and quiet of bushes and backyards are hardships which depress the loafers, but delight the loyal. Mayor Poppclwell neglected prop er proportions of beans, corn nnd cucumbers, hence a few days hospital penance from which he exults In res pite. Your correspondent was one of the favored guests' at a late birthday ban quet which is the most notable of his patriarchal memories. A matron of 31 and her maiden niece of 21 prepared a feast to which it was not necessary to requisition hedges nnd highways for guests. Farm, garden and poultry ynrd supplied all of a delicious menu and every Ingredient except salt, pepper, soda and sugar of jellies nnd jams, not an ounce of flour In breads, nor spoon of sugar In drinks or desserts to infinite credit of the hostesses not an npol-og- y or comment to garnish tho sa- tlety. Hoover or Frenchman would unctuously shower benedictions on such excellent patriotism and shnde of Lucullus execrate crudity of cuisine, of his time In contrast. Ruffle academy has been transferred to Casey Building completed nnd term was begun Monday by Miss Mnric Floyd of whom renown is predicted. W. D. Stngg came home from Burnsidc Friday, where ho is under trcntment by a specialist. Major Wm. Turpin has survived the surgeon's scalpel and recovers slowly. Frnnk Hunn and wife autocd to nnd back last week moro comfortable than a buggy trip to Middleburg. Louisville Danville, Frank Robinson, of mare for $290 bought a from Rowlett Bros., of the Kirskville section. four-year-o- ld Gray's Poultry Remedv The New Stanford Drug Company TO SEED BUCKWHEAT WE HAVE BUCKWHEAT RECLEANED FOR SEED HOME RAISED JAPANESE GET YOU A FEW BARRELS OF NAWHA SALT WHILE YOU CAN. JUST IN. GENUINE FRESH KA- mnn-powe- CAR J. H. Baughman & Co. I C J'H. RUPLEY:;'! (t. PUBLIC SALE OF THE JOHN A. BLAIN FARM We will sell at Puhlic Auction, beginning at 10 CHANDLER SIX Famous For Its Marvelous Motor . A. M., on Wednesday, Aug. 28 The well known John A. Blain Farm, on Middleburg pike, south of Hustonville, containing I mile 265 Acres of Good Land The improvements are reasonably good, but not commensurate with the rich soil. Well watered, well fenced, and the land will grow wheat, corn, tobacco or any other kind of crop. Bounded on the west by W. P. Carson, on the north and east by Robert L. Berry, and on the south by the old Robert Blain farm and Gut-of- f pike. This farm is nicely located; close to one of the best towns on the map. Good churches, good schools, and splendid neighborhood. Anyone wishing a good small farm, will do well to see us before purchasing. At the same time and place we will sell some Thousands Delighted With New Chandler Dispatch such graceful lines suggestive of speed and service, no other with such beauty of finish?' No Illustration can do more than give a hint of the beauty of tho Chandler Dispatch. High hood and radiator, low body lines and a striking finish in electric blue, wheels and top of special design combine to distinguish, in appearance, this car among all others. And the famous Chandler motor, now in its sixth year of production without radical changes but with constant refinement throughout that period, distinguishes this and all other Chandler models in a vital mechanical way. 32-in- thoughout America have THOUSANDS of men and women most beatiful new model declared Dispatch Car Is the that the motor car Industry has produced this year. As many as could get their orders fdled have purchased the Chandler Dispatch. You may see this car now from coast to coast. And you cannot mistake It, for there is no other car of the new type with four-passenger a Nice Milk Cows, Horse and Mule Stock, Household Furniture, Etc. and other things tbo numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. Stven-Passeug- SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES Touring Car, S179S Roadster, S1795 Four. Passenger Dispatch Car. S1875: Fit Whtto Wire Wheels. SI JO Extra Limousine, 33095 Convertible Coupe, S2395 Convertible Sc Jail, S249S Four-Passeng- er Come Choose Your Chandler "Now All prices l.o.b. CUnxUmd DINWIDDIE & OWENS , W.H.Prewitt,Danville,Ky. CHANDLER ' Moreland and Huatonvilla, Ky. MOTOR GAR COMPANY, - CLEVELAND, OHIO '. ' PhpEout ITKe Interior journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, 1 August 91918 THE I A Few Words With You INTERIOR JOURNAL B4 J. H. WrltM E. C Wlto , tht tMtr flrf4 timc4pttH maa mttttr. tUtt t Hot Weather Clothing SALE r U t.- - L' . iV THE COURIER. JOURNAL'S NEW OWNER Judge Robert Worth Bingham, who has Just bought the Courlor-Journand Times, makes the pleasIF YOU HOLD ANY FIRST ing announcement that Mr. Wattor-so- n CONVERTED LOAN LIBERTY We will, for 15 Days, sell all our Summer will continue with the paper as AND FOUR PER CENT. BONDS editor emeritus, which will be good Clothing at Greatly Reduced Prices. They news to the friends of the greatest IN DESIRE THEM COYf? of living writers. Judge Bingham consist of Palm Beaches, Cool Cloths, and TO 4 1.4 PER CENT. BONDS, has had a most remnrkable career. A SECON LIBER-Tnative of the Tar Heel state, his 1932.47, OR ANY Weight Summer Clothing. Also a father, who believed that the best PER CENT. FOUR LOAN fortune he could leave to a child was big line of BOYS' SUMMER CLOTHING, BONDS AN DESIRE THEM a liberal cducntion, sent him to that Wash Pants, Palm Beaches and Linen. institution of the highest Ideals, INTO 4 1.4 PER CENT. Virginia University, where he gradLEAVE THEM BONDS OF 1927-4Men's Panama Hats, Straw Hats and Leguated, both in the sciences and in Locating in Louisville, he belaw. THIS BANK AND WE WILL AT horns are included in this sale. gan the practice of his profession FORWARD THEM FOR CONVER. and shortly afterwards married a COUNTY THE LINCOLN SION. Louisville lady, who bore him sever al children. Some six years ago she- BANK, "CORNER NATIONAL was struck by an automobile and inSTAN-FORNEXT TO COURT-HOUSEstantly killed. The judge remained a widower for several years, and KY. meeting the widow of Multimillionaire Flagler, the Florida developer, whom he had known in youth, and between whom there had been a childish attachment, he made love to HOW DO THESE STRIKE YOU7 The her and she became his bride. S,he did not live very long and died In Louisville, where they were ranking Men's and Ladies' Low Cut Shoes are their home. Mr. Flagler had left included. You can save money now as her most of his coliosal fortune and Judge Bingham might have more HOUSE" "CORNER NEXT TO THE COU these goods are going --higher every day. largely participated in it, but he declined to do so and finally at her Stanford, Kentucky urgent request accepted a gift of $5,000,000 in lieu of all rights. This money the judge has just come In possession of and he shows his wisdom by buying the State's greatest newspapers. A number of years ago, STANFORD, KY. the judge was elected to a judicial HOUSE OF QUALITY" ofiice in his adopted town, but until medicine, that is purely vegetable. Gov. Beckham appointed him mayor Pure Blood Means Perfect Many druggists have seen wonderful to fill a vacancy, he was not known able. The dread tuberculosis has among their results accomplished CENT-A-WOR- D Health. ADS customers by this great old medicine, much outside of the metropolis. His been robbed of its certain fatality (Ada hrrf r. I rrnt a. word rh Uu. raih and they know that S. S. S. is one of curbing of the whisky power there maladins ih or.l.r no .l I... tt.n jnf ,h tt, The average druggist has handled the most reliable blood purifiers ever and the enforcement of the Sunday and typhoid fever and other are prevented by innoculation. It i hundreds of medicines in his day, made. Keep your blood free of imTHY onr new bread. Fresh dally. closing law were notable achieve- now said n cure has been disoovored some of which have long since been purities by the use of this honest old George II. Karris. fi2-t- f ments and made him a name that for leprosy, but no cure or prevenforgotten. medicine, and if you want medical Hu has DRIVING H&HflB-l- A echoed through the State. But there Is ono that has been sold advice, you can obtain same without horse genShould Read Mrs. Monyhan's tion of cancer has yet been an by the druggists throughout this cost by writing to Medical Director, tle and nice one, well broke for n never had newspaper connection be- i.uunccd. Letter Published by disease This terrible country, for more than fifty years, Swift Specific Co., 2S Swift Laboralady to drive. fore but we are sure he will con- which is making such inroads into the John Cook, Stanand that is S. S. S., the reliable blood tory, Atlanta, Ga. Her Permission. ford, tinue to make the Courier-Journa- l fiitf human family, will in time be and the Times the pronounced sucONION CKATKS I have Tor kale Mitchell. Ind- .- 'I.vJmR PInlhnm'.s and made to yield to treatRECORD MEAT ORDER cess they have proved. We hope so THE LATEST WAR NEWS mo onion crates. Will ment. There have been rapid strides Vegetable Comounil Imlped trio so much 00 The largest single order for bacon u .in i st time i sell cheap if taken at once. Launching an oiTiensivc between at nny rate and welcome him most n medicine and surgery in the last JI. N. wns l.HiUngforwnnl and canned meat in the history of Amiens and Montdidier in the y cordially into the inner circles of the fil-t- f to tho coming of my Jones. Stanford. 'ecade and we may contiden'lv e" the world 99,600,000 pounds of theater, British and French fourth estate. little one that I am KFYS peel greater ones in the next ten If the lu'riMin ln found pounds of forces penetrated the German lines 13M,000,000 bacon and recommending It to canned meat has just been placed to n depth of from two to seven Bethurum and Bruner are both years or so other ox pec tan t my bunch of keys will bring them to mothers. by the Quartermaster's Department, miles, recaptured a score Kef ore me. I will cheerfully reword him. of villages claiming the Republican senatorial It is said that Robert W Brown, taking it.somodnyi W L McCnrty. Stanford fil-t- f army and hamlets and took 7,000 prison- nomination and it is said that it will U. S. A., for the American former managing editor of the LouisI suffered with neuS.MALI. RF.SIDF.NCK WANTKD overseas. L. F. Swift, in commenting ers. All the objectives were reached take the official tabulation to decide ville Times, and familiarly known to ralgia so badly that I desire to rent at onco a residence on this said the order will take the by the Allies, who I thought 1 could at last accounts who Is the winner. We aro betting the State newspaper men as "Bob mi iiir ,vi i of four or five rooms. T. II. Hub-hel- l, bacon from approximately J, 900,000 were still making progress. 11 not live, isn niter on Bethurum, though. He is backed Brown." is slated for election ns nt Interior Journal office. f taking Uiree Imttlm hogs and if other work were dropped J of An entire German battalion, while by the Eleventh district, which al- president of the National League of MILK COW- -I have for sale ont .; Vhnml.vdiaE. Pink-s.- i to produce it it would be equivalent planning to attack American bridge ways supplies as many votes as are Bnse Ballists. This sounds like a ft Vegetable of the cows to the total bacon production of the builders on the Vosle, was wiped out needed for its favorites. It is well heavy falling from grace for vrv Compound I was en- county best milk fresh and in Lincoln nit s She is fine. Snm i tirely relieved of M five largest Chicago packers for near- by is a matter of so little imYankee machine gunners. The that it fil-t- f newspaper man, until it is told Owens. Hustonville, Ky. neuralgia, 1 had ly five weeks, however, six months Americans guarding the engineers portance which is nominted It that it pays between $10,000 and gained In strength FtTRNITURK, Mattings. Druggets. will elapse before delivery is to be occupied and was able to go Rugs. Wall Paper, Ijicc Curtains, a high position overlooking would be a public calamity for either $ir,000 a year, which is slightly more Ml completed. Mr. Swift said: around and do all Window Shades, Trunks. Suit Cases, the Vesle and when the Germans to sit in the scats of the mighty as than most of us pen drivers receive. my housework, My baby when seven "At the current prices on the day, were geting into position the gune worse than figure heads. Great old popular of the months old weighed 19 pounds and I feel Pictures, Stoves "Bob" was the most W. A. Tribble, Stanford. last week, when the purchase was opened fire. There were no Ameri- OHie James is going to get well and press boys, when he was one of us. better than I have for a long time. I I have for snle a pair FOB SALK made, the packers would pay the live can casualties. for six years more do more for the and if their votes could elect he never had any medicine Jo mo so stock producen about $80,0ft,e00 mules mare and country in this terrible crisis than would not only be the president of much good." Mrs. Peaio, Monyhan, of Ind. horse and a for the necessary nogs and over draft PREPARE FOR THE HOT WAVE either of the aspiring gentlemen the National League but nny other Mitchell. health during maternity 19 Good it horse. for about 900,000 cattle reThey are good ones. J. V. The hot sun is doubly dangerous if could do in n lifetime. most important factor to loth mother president he might wish kind of quired. f there is a mass of undigested food in and child, and manv letters havo been Baughman, Stanford. When the kaiser was informed that ("Th'e cattle will cost us twice as the stomach. Foley Cathartic TabSOW AND PIGSI lave a thoThe nomination of Appellate received by tho l.vdia K. I'inkhBm much,, and the hogs two and a half lets give prompt and sure relief. They American soldiers were on the way Judge Warren E. Settle is one of the Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., telling of roughbred Poland China Sow, weight r period. act gently but do their work tho- to help the Allies whip him, he grew gratifying results of the primary health rostored during this trying period ahout 300, with eight pigs that I will times as much in the by tho use of Lydia 1. l'inkbam s Vege"The five packers are now killing roughly. They cleanse the bowels, very sarcastic and made all sorts of which his opponent placed on the table Comuund. sull cheap if taken at once. J. M. about 350,000 hogs weekly to keep sweeten the stomach and benefit the fun of the green Yanks. But he evi- frivolous grounds that the judge hav H, F. I). No. 3. lp liver. For indigestion, biliousness. dently whistled to keep his courage Tax of 10 per cent on leased wires Warficld. Stanford, abreast of martial and domestic bad breath, bldating, gas. Sold everying made Frankfort his home for the FOB SALK 16 good yearling up. The leading paper at Berlin ad- last twelve years, he was not a resi- and a horsepower tax on automobiles needs." where. mits now that "American troops have dent of the district he represented. were placed in the $8,01)0,000,000 bucks and lambs, Southdowt and Hampshircdown mixed. Also two Po shown themselves to be thoroughly Judge Settle has won honor and fame Revenue Hill concurrent with a state-meby Chairman Kitchin, of the land China boars, weight about 100 good fighters, which enhances the on the bench nnd bis retention for More-lan- d, success which our brave troops and the next six yean counts for a true Ways and Means Committee, agree- pounds. Henry D. Bnughmnn Rt-tKy. f ing with Secretary McAdoo on a their commanders have attained." interpretation of the law and the inSOW A sow weighing about 75 Hat tax rate of 80 per cent on war There is no discount on the bravery of tegrity of the judiciary. pounds, rninc to my place some days profits. our boys and if given free rein thay ago. Owner can get her by provOfficial accounts show that in the would end this war before the kaiser could realize that he was done for. last ten months lf5 aviators have lost A WORD FOR MOTHERS ing property, paying for this notice W. I). Tillett, and her keep. their lives in the training camps. Three large hotels in New York Officials say that this is a splendid It is a grave! mistake for mothers to 01-- lp Ky. were closed for two days and their record, far below the fatalities or neglect their aches and pains and suffer HOG A barrow hog, weighing licenses to make or bake bread, ice Germany and Austria, hut most of us in silence this only leads to chronic about 90 pounds when he came to cream or pastry suspended for 30 will regard it as very large and de- sickness and often shortens life, t my place July lfi, enn be had by deIf wotk is tiring, if your nerves arc lnvs for hoardinir suirar. In lieu of plorable. his excitable, if you feel languid, weary or scribing property nnd paying for greater punishment nnother large keep and this notice. Sam J. Bell, The fuel administrator's advice to depressed, Scott's Kmulsioii will Stanford, H. F. I). No. T. hotel ngrecd to contribute $10,000 to p the Red Cross and Y. M. C. A. The buy coal now, when tho mercury is prove a wonderful strcngthener. FOB" SALK OR ItF.NT My propIt pdssesscs the very elements to addlaw is very strict and the power of 100 in the shade seems to lie Two-storresidence the food administrators almost illim ing insult to injury. We do not feel invigorate the. blood, nourish the el ty in Stanford. of seven or eight rooms. Six or seven itable, so it is the nart of wisdom to now that wo shall ever want to see nerves and build strength. Itvcry druk'giat has Scott's: Try It. ncres of ground. Located corner Loobey and not get caught in the net. another lump of coal or anything else 8vU t Cm.ru. HlomiU. H. 1. gan Avenuo nnd Lancaster street. A that will produce heat. Let tho I. J. supply you with en very desirable home Possession Oct. h cables tell us that President , The Denials of renewal of license, ina graved cards. 1st. W. S. Fish. Stanford, Ky. f.2-t- f Poincare, of France, in decorating Gen. Pershing with the grapd cross bility to pay tho increased amount of' of the Legion of Honor kissed him $1,000 nnd contiguity to soldier twice. This is nnother proof of camps, knocked out 1G0 Hiloons at educing the Tuesday, Shennnn's declaration that war Is Louisville hell. The average man would prefer number to about IfiO, which is st'll to be kissed by a wet dog than nnoth- enough nnd to spare. how no I have in stock One Pnpcc Silo Filler thnt I will sell Every man feels right witK the world when er man,that gomatter it. great tho Luxuries aro to bo taxed to Jhe with honors quick under the new revenue hill, wearing a pair of Dutchess Trousers, which for less than first cost, although the price on them has Speaker Clarl was renominated which means everything, since there I guaranteed ripping and against nppcarti no dividing line between luxfor Congress for the thirteenth advanced Twice since I bought this one. If not sold time, this timo as in most uries and necessities since the Buast dropping off. It is 10 cents for a butother cases without opposition. Old of Berlin forced this hateful war on privately before, will positively be sold at auction in ton and a dollar for a rip." Buy tljem i Champ is Kentucky's contribution to us. tho Show Me State nnd he is by far front of the Court-Hous- o at Stanford on next Monday Water is shut off for an hour oro the most distinguished citizen of it. this afternoon while, n leak in the (County Court Day), at O'clock P. M. Medical science has discover! main is being repaired. y. P. KINCAID cures for many of the disonses which James Fogarty, aged 78, a former were formerly thought to he Infur- - Danvillo man, is dead at Lexington. tl...H nl Y Li$it D ," Lincoln County National Bank Watch Your Blood Supply, McRoberts, Bailey & Rupey THE Don't Let Impurities Creep In MOTHERS TO BE 1 one-bush- Pic-ard- m,w i G0-t- first-clas- four-year-o- $50,-000,0- four-year-ol- d fil-.l- pre-wn- n fi.1-i!- y ln SILO FOR SALE are buttons against at ROBINSON'S ,. l0l I,....-.MS""''-I PPPT Die Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Augusi 9, 1918 Page Five a ! "',.1 f. I Il Il lilllII rl l l l l II i l III l I I l l l l I l I lI I Il Stop (torn AgMy , 1 In Ftw Um corn-pain- Sumto .. ' ' A "OeU'If'-B- te Cora Peel Off! The relief that "Gets-It- " ilv s from the way It mskea corns nnd calluit peel off palr.len-l- y Ih on piece Ik one of the won den of the world. The woman In ; BE PATRIOTIC AND "' "" -- "Crt Me G.t4' QakM ll Em Cora Polni nd MIim Cora PetlRltlitOfrr DO YOUR PART Your Country By strict economy, by 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. i fr In Winning the War for the home, the shopper, the dancer, In thv the the foot traveler, In man store. .ofhe the fice. the clerk In the ahop. have today. In worker the this itreat, discovery. "Oete-IJ,- "all corn one aure, quick relief from and catlua pains the one aure, pain makes coma come lets remover that you would peel a, otT aa eailly aa banana. It takea 2 second toj ap"aeti-U"- : II drlea at once. Then ply walk with painless Joy. even with tight ehoes. You know your corn will loosen from your toe peel It orr with your (Inner. Try It, corn sufferers, and you'll smile! m.i.( tleta-lt,- '' the guaranteed, money-bac- k the only eure way. evxU tut a trlf.6 at any drus store. U'rdbyQ.Lawnnce&Co.,ChlcaBo,IlI. "Little nnby Sister" Cnnecr hns PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Sold In Stanford and recommendMm. Claude Pcnnyhnckcr, of Dan- - been visiting friends nt Lancaster. "Can't do without it," says J. N. ed as the world' best corn remedy vllle, wn the Ruest of Mrs. A. C Vnnhook, ns he sends check for hn by The Penny Drug Store. nm. spent Inst I. J. to June, 1913. . Mils Eunice Topples Miss Allie Russell Fith is visiting Rev anil Mrs. A. A. Higgins, of week with relatives nt Lnnranter and Louisville, are guests of his parents, Miss Mnry E. Lcnr nt Lancaster. Hubble. Miss Mabel nnd Master Charlie Mr. Sam Harris nm! sister. Mis Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Higgln. Ijcvisn Unrrli, itere nt the Hnrrods- The Louisville Post says that Mrs. Masters are visiting relatives in East Oeorge Robert Wendling, of that Hcrnstndt. burs fair Friday.? Miss Delia Rice Hughes, of LanMniter Charles V. Adams, Jr , of city, is at Crab Orchard, visiting her caster, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Tlustonvllle, is the (juest of Master grandmother, Mrs. John Huchnnan. Miss Nell Hourne, of Garrard, J. W. A coy. J. Smith Murphy. Mrs. Rodninn Keenon, of Harrods-burg- , Mrs. J. C, Popples has been on the passed through to Louisville to visit is the guest of her sister, Mrs is her sisters, Mrs. F.wing Stulr and sick list for several weeks, but T. W Pennington. Fred Neighbors. some batter now. Misses Lucile Cooper nnd Stella Robert VanDevcer, of Richmond, of Mr. A. W. Hourne and fnmil is the guest of his grandfather, Mr. Ituplov are spending n few days with Paris, have IWn bore with his father, M. O. VnnDeveer. and aunt, Miss Mrs. Phelps Cobb In Hoyle. Mr. H. II Houme Mr. nnd Mrs. Pies Goens have reMr. and Mrs. James A. Harris, Rlnnche VnnDeveer. W V Reynolds, who has been ceived n card stating that their son, Mr. Master James Craic Harris and Miss at Camp .Taylor in training for some George Goens, has arrived safoly Eunice Popples attended the eight menths, is visiting his mother. overseas. fair Fridny. Mr. and Mrs. J. Walker Poynter Mrs. H. I). Carter name up from Mrs. A M. Reynolds, in the South and children have returned from a MitrhollsburK Thursday to see Mrs. End. Mr. S. J Huroh, of Holigee. Ala., is visit to Mr. and Mrs. Cnrrolton Hunt Carl A. Carter ami her irraiuNon. here with his mother, Mrs. Mary I. at Point Lick. Edwin IlePnuw Carter Mesdames C. E. Hrown and W H nnd Mr. Edward Davis, Mrs Davis and Hurch. sisters, Misses Essie quests of Mary Hurch, nnd brother, W. S. l)onaldon, of Hannibal. Mo , children, of Stanford, were guests ofejhcir uncle, Mr. J F. Rig t Inst Hurch. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mrs. J C Hailey nnd daughter tioy, nnd wife. Sunday afternoon. Parksvillc Cor. Mrs. John Lint hns returned to Miss Mary Hailey, have returned Advocate. Mrs. M. A. Phelps, of Richmond, from n delightful visit to the former's her home nt Louisville after spendami Mrs. J. V Fox, of Dawson, Cn., brothers. Messrs. T. T.. G. T and W. ing several days with her sister, Mrs. Harrison Goens. who have been Kilosts of Mr. nm! G. Lickey, nt St. Louu. Miss Adah Jacobs is at Grove, Col. Sam M. Owens, of Huston-ville- . Mrs. H. C. Hocker. went to Richwas here Wednesday advertis- Casey county, attending the Seventh mond Thursdny. that Day AdventisU church chool for a Mr. I. 11. Saunders nnd Miss Au- ing the RnilclifTe Chautauqua term. gusta Saunders and Miss Amnnda will render a delightful program at Miss Sadie Card, of Pineville, hns Augut 17, 10 nnd 'JO. Lee, of the Wnyneshurj; section, were his town on W. J. Ycager, formerly of this been the guest of Mrs. C. Hnys Eos here Wednesday and paid this office city, but for some time with the Glid tor. Her mother nnd sister are nt appreciated call. an Carroll, of the den Vnrnish Co., nt Cleveland, 0., Crnb Orchard Springs. Judge John I Mrs. J. M. Owens, of Somerset Court of Appeals, was in the city will travel for thnt firm in the future mingling with old friends His territory will include Kentucky. 's here the guest of "her sister, Mrs. Thursday I eila Cook, and daughters, Mrs. J. Mr. nnd Mrs. V. G. Skiles nnd chilnnd making new ones. He paid this dren. Masters Charles nnd Howard H. Shanks nnd Mrs. J. H. Perkins office an appreciated call. Miss Hnzc! Johnston, of Mt VerMr. J. F. Florence. Mrs. Delia Skiles. Jr.. nnd daughter. Miss DorFlorence, Miss Corinne Florence and othy Skiles. were here Wednesday non, hns been the attractive guest of good Miss Gertrude Wilkinson, nnd n certhe several Miss Sara Hunch were in the city and enjoyed tain voting man in town has been speeches. from Waype.ihurg Thursday. They Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Enrles, daught very happy. paid this office nn appreciated call. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Schoene, of Mrs. F. K. Tribble. who underwent er, Mrs. Rosa Enrles, and son. Martin Middleburg, were St. Louis, announce the arrival of a an operation for throat trouble in n Luther Enrles, of Chicago hospital about two weeks among those who nttonded the War little daughter 'at their home. Mrs. ago will return home today. Her Council of Defense meeting here Schoene wns before her marriage Miss Ida Moore, of this city. many friends will be glad to know Wednesday. Mrs. John Howe, of Chattanooga, Capt. T. D. Marcum, of Catletts- that the operation was entirely sucburg, was the guest of his niece, Mrs. who with her children, has been visitMessenger. cessful. Danville Dr. J. T. Ilolmn, of the West End. Jane Allin, last Thursdny. Mrs. E. ing her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John returned from n protracted visit to C. Walton, of Stanford, was a visitor S. Murphy, of the West End, nre w'th his son, Mr. T K Hohon, at Decatur. nt the fair one day last week. -- her brother, J. Lee Murphy, and fam r.enr Hedgeville. HI. While absent he had nn opera- Hnrrodsburg Democrat. Mr. James L. Cochran and Joe This office has thanks of Mr. Harry performed on one of his eyes, tion which had given him much trouble of D. Aldridge for n liberal sample of Thompson, of Mnckville, were here late. This paper is glad to state that soma delightful peaches sent him and Thursday afternoon and bought a MilTord, N. II., granite monthe operation was successful and Mie Mrs. Aldridge by their daughter, four-to- n Mm. J. H. Durham, of Durand, Okla. ument for Mr. Cochran's family, to member will soon be nil right. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Sid Myers nnd They nre the finest we ever saw and go in the Mnckville cemetery. J. Kevin Cnrter was in St. Louie just ns good ns they look. pretty daughter are here from In remitting for her paper from first of the week, where he bought a N. C, visiting relative nnd of big Percheron mares friends who nre glad to have them Elyrin, 0 to which she nnd her hus in their midst once more. Mr. Myers band hnve recently moved, Mrs. E J. which he nnd Frank Martin will sell They will have them is doing well in the Tar Heel State Howenstine, formerly of this city, here Monday. is looking fine with the exception says: "We nve well pleased with our nt Jones' Stock Pens See advertiseand of the gray head thnt he has become present location. It is a splendid bus ment. Claiborne C. Wnlton, who was the possessor of since he shook the iness town and nlto n beautiful dust of good old Lincoln county place. There is a great deal of here for several days with his parents, E. C. and Mrs. Walton, left wealth nnd many lovely homes." from bis feet. Thursday afternoon for his battle-shiis is in' in J the Montana, which Is In repairs ZOTT 'A K.Is-lV'l- -' at Portsmouth, N. II., and on which fie marine. ! XjL Mr. R. M. Feese, editor of the Somr erset Journal, was here with tlio band nnd paid this office n cnll Wedneiday. Ho is doing nicely with The Journal, which he acquired n few mouths since when Cecil Williams was called to arms. Mr. Feese is one of those good all round newspaper men and those who know him well do not wonder nt his success. Resides being n brilliant yl pnrngrnpher, he Is ono of the best -- r --.! iiii mi". wiffi i. mi '! printers in the State. P" hi;, ii mii. ii..iiif.i hit?. iM'i '' mim nil W corn-removOver-streecar-loa- d l' twiaj.i Welch's m in . 1 in 1 P' ITIIt- ' r"'n"Tr-TTH- r' i MB TiriTI TT1T,T "trr''-t-T- H T The Kiddies Favorite l'ouniait) The Penny Drug Store BE SPARING WITH WATER Again wo nsk our patrons o be paring with wnler. The little rains w have had "hnvo Increased tie water supply scarcely nt all, and unless more comus soon we will not bo fects of the war upon Iho church, wide awake to the necessities of the and what It would be required to do church. The etrarch certainly enjoy-c- d having him hers. after the war ends. Ho also gave a beautiful tribute to our pastor, Mr, Wright, whom he regarded as one of Stella-Vitathe brightest student nt Transylvania College, nnd of the good work he wns qualified to do, adding that Mr. Wright wns not only one of the THE GUARANTEED TONIC FOR WOMEN REPAIRING THE OLD DEPOT brightest, but wns onouof tho very It wns hoped that the Q. A C. or best young men he knew. Dr. Cross-fiel- d Stclla-Vltn- c hn? been in iraccc-fu- l the L. A N., or both of those big is a splendid speaker, and is uscluthalrcntmcntoftlnscdlicascs corporations which use the depot nt peculiar to women for more titan a Junction City would replace the old third of a century. For nearly ten yenra it hn? bocn TERRIBLYSWOLLEN shuck with n comfortable, new buildsold under n plain, positive guarantee ing nftcr n freight train tore Into It, to benefit. Lens than one botbut they didn't. Workmen nre busy tle out of every one tlicitisnruJ making repairs nnd-thunsightly old Suffering Described As Torture no Id hns been refunded for, and every rlalm for n refund has been satisfied. concern will likely serve the public t. Relieved by Tliousaudsof letters like this praising until fire reduces it to ashes which Stclla-Vlta- o nnd telling of benefit to sooner It does, tHo better. suffering women have been received. Kossville, Ga. Mrs. Kate Lee Able, ol nra.1. fl. Russell, of n.Mill Hidings, Ihis place, writes: "My husband is an N. C, gratefully writes iw follows: CRAB ORCHARD inengineer, and once while lifting, he '' "I was in a most wretched condiMr, George Hnrris went to Hrod-hea- d jured himself willi a piece of heavy tion, had palpitation of the heart Tuesday on business. across the abdomen lie was and would swell and bloat in a most Mr. Louis Hell nnd son, Raymond, so sore he could not bear to press on distressing; way. When I began were In Lexington Monday. He himself at all, on chest or abdomen. 1 weiehcd 10a usinir Stclln-Vita- e Mr. Walker Napier, of Paris, has weighed 1G5 lbs., and fell off until he pounds. Now I weigh 135. I am been visiting rclntlves here. weighed 110 lbs., in two weeks. more thankful than lean ever tell Mrs. Vivian Lukcns, of Covington, He became constipated and it looked you for the fjrent good this wonis with her grandmother, Mrs. Dud-d- o like he would die. We had three different derful medicine has done me." ran doctors, yet with all their medicine, his Mrs Husscll was Mrs. W. E. Perkins nnd Miss Bird bowels failed to act. He would turn up neriod. tho "clinngc." at mat critical and her sincere Perkins hnve both been quite sick for a bottle of castor oil, and drink gratitude for the blessed relief will bo every several dnys. it two or three days in succession. Jle understood and nmircclntcd by who reads her letter. Captain A. Y. Culton, of Camp did this yet without result. We became woman o Stclla-Vltan boon to has proved Taylor, visited his wife, mother and desperate, he sulfered so. He was swol- .ufrcrinc Tcjmnnhood, to younir girls sister this week, terribly. He told me his suffering approaching their first vital period, to len women approaching the nnguifch of Mr. F. M. Dillon (Mnnnle), of Den- could only be described as torture. "MlUDirtli, to women approncmnB inc ver, announces the arrival of n fine I sent and bought Thedford's strength "chnnticof life." Stella-Vlta- e boy nt his home. I made him, take a big dose, ens the female organs and promotes Miss Vnndcrpool, of Lexington, and when it began to act he famted, he regularity in tlio mommy mncuon. No rbk of loss Is taken by any suf hns been the very nttractivc guest of was in such misery, but he got relief and woman who triw Stella-Vita- e Mrs. E. 0. Gooch. began to mend at once. He got well, fering guarantee of tho first bottle. on our Little Miss Alice McCIurc has boon and we both feel he owes his life to ana win All ucaicrs fcu stclia-vua- c visiting her nunt, Mrs. Wilson King, Thedford's return vour money if it docs not bene? 1 hedford's will help you fit you. Don't put oil a trial. near Gun Sulphur. Mr. Hrngg Thompson came over to keep fit, ready for the day's work. THE LINCOLN PHARMACY NC-1from Cincinnati this week to see his Tryltl THE PENNY DRUG STORE family and parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Watson and little son, of Somerset, arc with Mr. and Mrs. Harvc Foley. Miss Cecil Garner returned to Louisville Friday after a pleasant visit with relatives here. Mr. Frank Howard and wife have Have just received a Big Line of Symphotaken rooms with Mrs. SamTatum. nnd win take their mcnls n(Mr. Busny Lawn and Lord Baltimore Stationery. Let tle's. Mrs. Boulnh Wilhurn, of Corbin us supply your wants. wns with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards, several days re cently. Mrs. Ora Street was taken to the Negro Doctor at Somerset a few days since in the hope that he can bene fit her. Mrs.'S. L. Cummins and daughter ..,,,., 't .,,.,- -. ....- t t accompanied Miss Pearl Hohannon nnd Walker Napier to Hradfordsville Sundny. Mesdames Thompson, Tanner and Kittio Thompson and babies aie home t !) from a pleasant visit with Mrs. Poynter, of Mt, Vernon. Mesdames Maggie Fish and Calthn Newland nnd Mr. Montez Fish ac companied Mr. and Mrs. Stark Fish as far as Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Fish will tour the East before returning to Oklahoma. Messrs. Al -- Huffman and Jamie Carpenter nre operating a creamery here tiiat for the length of time it has been organized is doing a most profitable and satisfactory business. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Campbell and children, of Bellevue, nnd Mr. Lou Packers' profits look big Pettus, of Corbin, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Will Pettus. nnd their when the Federal Trade many friends are enjoying every Commission reports that four hour spent with them. Miss Slade gave a most satisfac pf them earned $140,000,000 tory reading to our people Saturday during the three war years. evening, and quite a neat sum was re alized. A good many were kept from Packers' profits look small going by sickness, but nil who speak in praise of her talents. When it Is explained that Mr and Mrs. Raymond Skiles nnd Mrs. Claudia Holmnn, Miss Myrtle this profit was earned on Shoemnke nnd John Stephenson, Jr., total sales of over four and Mr. nnd Mrs. Beans Collier and Miss a half billion dollars or Boones-boroug- h Edna Jones spent Sunday at motoring through in their only about three cents on enrs. eaoh dollar of sales. Rev. Cnrl Agee, of Lnwrenceburg, will hold the meeting at the Christian church and you enn rest assured a feast of good things await you. This is the relation between profits Don't forget the dnte, Sunday, Aug. and sales: 18. Country folks try to nttend the whole series of meetings. Profits Mr. George Stephenson has tfie contract for remodeling the Manuel home recently purchased by Melvin Sales Collier, nnd he hns certainly transformed it Into n splendid looking cotm tage. Nice largo windows replace If no packer profits had been the smnll ones, new cornice, new wentherbonrding, new roof, cement earned, you could have bought foundation, and splendid front nnd your meat only a fraction of back porches, and the woik shows Mr. Stephenson is not only n fine a cent per pound cheaper? carpenter, but he is nrtistic also, his work has n most finished npeparance, Packers' profits on meats and Mr. James Jones also n fine carpenter, has been assisting him a few animal products have been limdays. heor-in- g ited by the Food Administration, All who had the pleasure of Dr. Orosslleld'u war sermon nt since November 1, 1917. the Christian church Sunday morning went away with n better knowledge of our country's vast resources, and & S. tha great part it is playing In the world war. He referred In glowing tonus to our president as n born leadtu-- , capable of handling the criefs in tliu best possible way, He spoL of the preuent aud future ef r able to 'rIvo service. Under no conditions must anyone sprinkle. Tleasc heed this request. The water In the lake Is 'not for drinking purposes nnd the springs nre furnishing less and less water dally, Plcnse help us at this critical time. Stnn-for- d Water, Light & Ice Co, it '24-hou- e 1 e Black-Draugb- r vH ten-ce- nt n Black-Draug- ht. Black-Draugh- Black-Draug- ht 3I STATIONERY The Lincoln Pharmacy 77 . A" ytoM Store .,..... I, fl $ Packers' Profits Large or Small ii1 E9HHHE9HHEHHHH at Swift Company, U. A. r j'ri- - J s?fer 1 -r- c -- v ? '. he Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 9, 1918 THE ENEMY'S FOOD SUPPLY No doubt It i necessary because of the vital importance of food in Germany, but the Food Administration in that empire Is astonishingly frank in its statements to tho German pcoplo in regard to tho "depressing" outlook for food. Tho most recent statements have been In explanation of tho reduction of the potato ration to one pound n week, and a cut of 20 per cent in tho meat ration. Tho food reserves aro about gone nnd tho new harvest is not all in. Therefore, each man woman and child in Germany must eat less during the next few weeks. The German Food Controller does not hesitate, however, to bluntly tell tho German pcoplo that there will be large Increases In rntions after the harvest comes in. In that connection he makes public tho report of a com mission appointed to examine into tho possibilities of large grain sup plies from Russia during the crop year that Is estimated to begin Au gust 15. This commission finds that the acreage of Russian wheat has been enormously reduced. In many provinces the acreage Is only 38 per cent of the acreage in 191C. In the Ukraine the acreage is, or was Gl per cent of normal, but dissatisfied Uk raine peasants have ravaged the crops in many quarters rather than soe the yield pass into the hands of Gcrmnn nnd Austrian soldiers. The 1018 crops both in Germany and Austria, are admitted to be lower than the crops of 1917. It must n indeed, not be supposed that the Food Controller Indicates that Germany will not bo able to hold out another year, but he 'docs boldly state that, as a broad proposition, the German people will have to be more careful of food in the next twelve months than in the last and this In itself ia as bad news for Germany ns the story of the military disasters on the Marnc. Louisville Post. Ger-mog, MINER TAKES VIN HEPATICA AND GETS WELL Danville Business School A Practical VACCINATE I am prepared to vaccinate for Black Let, nd all otto tock diseases. JOHN COOK, Vet.rfaarUa, Pkoao 204. Stanford. Ky. . o hat is the Gato Half-So- le RtcumminJi Famous Vln Hepat. tea Prescription to All Who Suffer From Stomach, Liver or Kid. aejr TroubU. Ik well-know- n Buriaeii Education solutely Neceaiary To Succeet. Ab- At-eu- ro The Danville Business School G'vea This For Catalogue and Information Ad-dre- Tire? I I I jZjt a K k r Tire is a brand new tire mechanical principle which is a revolutionizing the tire industry. It is not a "sewed-"on,- " vulcanized on; nor in any nor a sense a Half-Sol- e "tire-cap,"- ., d. THE Gates embodying Tires fit completely over your Gates Half-Sol- e They worn tires, clear down below the beads. transform your worn tires into the rnosl.beau-- . tiful, brand new over-siz- e tires you can buy at any price. They cannot be 'distinguished from' new tires. " miner Luther Collier, of Mndisonvllle, Ky., writes in this note regarding his rcllof from rheumatic pains, stomach, liver, and kidney trouble: "I feel very much improved as a result of taking Vln Hepatica. I had been suffering with liver and kidney trouble, but since taking Vin Hepatica I am relieved of "hc rheumatic pains, my digestion Is gobd, and my liver nnd kidneys nre not bothering mo any more. "I recommend thU valuable remedy to anyone troubled with stomach, liver inactivity, or rheumatism." Come In and get a bottle of this wonderful nature prescription and try It on our recommendation. LinA. I. coln Pharmacy, Stanford; Wcddlc & Son, Hustonvllle, Ky. The killing of two Madison county boys nnd the severe wounding of a third, reported Tuesday from the western bnttlc front in Frnnce, nave brought the war home to the people of the county in most Impressive manner. Relatives of Private Guy Warren, ef Edenton, received, n telegram Tuesday from the Adjutant General at Washington stating that he was among the killed in Monday's fighting. The other MadUon lad killed was Uruno Weil, of Ilcrea, and Sergeant Forest Hums, nephew of Mr. W. S. Hunley, of this city, was reported ns being among the severely wounded. Richmond Register. Do you got up u POSTED! We. whoso names are hereto atD. D. HARRIS, Principal, tached will permit neither hunting, Ky. fishing no rtrespasslng of any kind Danville, on our property, nnd those guilty of doing such will be prosecuted to tho full extent of the law: J. C. Fox ft Son; Fox Duddcrar; At, D, Klmoro. I can get yon highest prices for your land, stock, crops or household goods. 2G lights, $176.00; 35 lights $2G0.00 CO light, $300.00 Sale i Cried Anywh- - AUCTIONEERING MoreUnd. CRAY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS 60 Liable 60 Wc guarantee them, so you nro protected against any suspicion of their weakness. Stronger and absolutely Dr. J. G. beit, nnd within reach of all farmers Stanford, Kentucky. W. K. WARNER Office In Lincoln County National Bank Building. Phono 188 Stanford. Ky. Diseases of tho eye. nose, throat, car, Genito-UrlnarPelvic, Rectal and Skin. Eyes Scicntificly tested and glass. KILL THOSE FLIES es txitfully prescribed. JOHN B. DINWIDDIZ, Carpenter y, They carry a c stronger guarantee . than the tires ' now on your car. They are . guaranteed puncV 'ure-proo- CONSULTATION and SURGERY ' I ill Mf r aav yaw JlflB 2a V a I f. ' Undertaker Embalmei ' 'jnvewi aWTvWav; Bt WJmtW' The )Yct they cos! only have been buying. V& as much as the tires you tread-worn, wsJframLA i PjrpMHv. V rflM.tDTMdln fllte after Ihrmrlaht away. clean. unitary way la to tu common-enuw- Don't delay moment In riddlngyourhomo of dangerous dis- - If any of your tires are yourself to investigate. you owe.it to GATES Authorized Service Station REGISTERED S6J TIRES U ft AT OFF J. B. WILLIAMS, Danviile, Ky. no- - NOTICE The 1918 Legislature makes it the duty of every owner, controller, and manager of lands bordering nnd abutting on any public highway to cut clear away and remove from the highway to the extent his land abuts on the same, all bushes, weeds, shrubs, and overhanging limbs of trees, and to keep all hedge fences along said highway so trimmed and cut back that same at no time will be more than five feet high. The same at nlfilit? S.iuol Is surely tho best for all kidney or Madder trouble. Sanol gives rcllof In 24 hours from all backache and bladdnr troubles. Sanol le, a guars n. Several months ago Arthur and teed remedy 50c and $1.00 a bottle Frank Murdock, brothers of Greens-bur- at tho drug store. Ind., cut the cards to seo which to be done by such persons between the 1st day of July and the 20th ono should enlist in the nrmy and L. Betzley & Co. day of August of each year. Anyone which remain at home to provide for who fails to comply with this act the aged mother, two other brothers shall be punished by fino of not less having already entered the service. than $20.00 nor more than $50.00. Arthur was successful, joined the arThe enforcement of this law is or- tillery nnd has been in France for dered by the Fiscal Court of Lin- some time. Frank has now joined the navy nnd soon expects to be docoln county, nnd said law will bo ening his bit for the country in the war forced as provided. against I'russianism. T. A. KICE, Embalm er Undertaker Judge Lincoln County Court. Let the I. J. supply you with enT. J. HILL. JR., Phone 42, Stanford. Ky County Attorney. graved cards. 0m rM J. C. McCLARY MT H Vatnplro Bmm Mh II la a pure Dowdrr. It la abeelutrtr hannleea to mankind and anunala, but la j, Tttile SuraDeathtoSucfilnsectsx fllee, moth, moequltoee, bed bus. riKkroacbre. Urea, animal and plant In any room llce.anta.ctc Can be with pcrfrct aafrty. Lomra In a patrnt brllowa boa that la bandy and alwaye J. Crescent Heights Stock Farm Aberdeen-Angu- s ol U V Duroc-Jertey rrady for tue. Get a package today rke 10c Wo)oU 5 - the best bloodlines is represented in each of these famous breeds. High-clas- s individuals for said at all times E. V. CARSON R. F. D. No. B Stanford. Kentucky Southdown Sheep, Cheaper than Paris Green Green for Pototoes, Tobacco Etc. Harmless to men and Catth animals. Ho, HARRY N. JONES Groceries and Meats, Stanford. Ky. Land, Stock, Crop And Farming Implements of Haggard King i- ioeett9i -'' At Public Auction, Thursday, Aug. 15 AT 9 O'CLOCK, A. M., 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, beauti conveniently 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 outbuildings. 40 'acres in corn, acres in tobacco, balance in grass. 1 1 necessary 9 m A TRACTOR FARM 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. d old horse, driving mare mules, I eight-yeaSTOCK: I pair of Hereford cow and calf, one Poll Angus mare, 3 Jersey cows and calves, 2 red cows and calves, bull. e Avery tractor, with gang plows, 2 FARMING IMPLEMENTS: wagonsv 2 wheat drill, check section harrow, mower and rake, riding cultivators, e plows, one manure cultivators, 2 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. When This land will certainly sell to the high dollar. A fair, square deal and no I offer land the purchaser fixes the price and I always sell, so como and get a bargain. Land values are still on the increase. For further particulars inquire of 1 r1 o ( four-yearol- I o C) 1 two-hors- I disa-harro- w, culti-packe- r, one-hors- 40-Oliv- er o o ( :'-',- : L. o o by-bidde- rs. Real Estate Man Swinebroad, The KENTUCKY LANCASTER, '"f'aW" SKT-Jpe- Ti The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August l 9, 191 .1 i. '4 j r JUST RECEIVED A Car-Loa- ! d of Fordson Tractors Two of These Tractors Wijl Be Allotted to Lincoln for the purpose of allowing them to do something for their country. The registration will tnke place at the homo of Miss Snllie M. Crnig, county registrar and chairman of the committee. The following will assist in this work and will be found nt their local places: Mrs. W. M. Mrs. GIRLS CALLED FOR NURSES Enrollment of younjr women between 19 nnd 35 will begin totlny nnd continue two weeks, BlueGrassFarm Thursday, August IS, 1918 at 1 PUBLIC a.. OF FINE I WILL ON 0 o'clock, offer Blue-Grastwo-stor- 1?TV A T rljrf i '. 1 t County DONT LET SOME ONE ELSE GET IN HIS ORDER FIRS T Myers, Huston-vinA. Tl. Morgan, Miss Mancie Wayncsburg; Ware, McKlnncy; Miss Min-nc- ll Pruitt, Morcland; Mrs. M. C. Underwood. Hubble: Mrs. Treachcrs- W. C. Cummins, ville, Mrs. G. A. Walters, Kings Mountain. A shortage in nurses in America and franco is expected to be overcome from this class that is now be ing recruited to join the Unitctl States Student Reserves. Reo; The Danville Buick Co. DANLLE, KENTUCKY t, ,iiiiiii L. D. CONN, Prop. Walnut Straat, Phon 798 ' quirements for registering arc responsibility, good health, intelligence and good education. While n college course is preferable, yet it is not essential, some schools not even requiring a full high school education. This work is performed under the direction of the woman's department or the Lincoln County Council of National Defense. Secretary Woman's Council of National Defense. IMPORTANCE OF HEALTHY KIDNEYS Stanford Reader Should Lern Keep the Kidney Well. lo GENTLEMEN! Stop in and look at our "Corn Cutter." A Money Maker and a Time Saver. Ask those who have used them. MRS. J. N. SAUNDERS, 0 acres of Madison county, Kentucky, consisting of 151 s Land. It is splendid land and an attractive home; fine y brick house with improvements consisting of a large "necessary outbuildings, etc. The place is watered large cistern, all by springs and ponds. The place is susceptible of division, and will first be offered in three tracts and then as a whole, and the bid accepted which realizes the most money. One tract, to be offered, lies on the south side, fronting on pike, and running just back of garden. It is now in meadow and orchard and contains 16.96 acres. Another tract, fronts on pike, next to church; it begins on the pike about 300 feet north of the gate and runs parallel to the driveway, to head of ravine; thence down the ravine to Kirksville and Hyattsville pike, and up said pike and back to Kirksville to the pike 0 acres. at the corner of church lot. It contains 3 The third tract has. the dwelling on it, and a wide avenue out to the pike, and runs back and takes in balance of the farm, and conacres. tains 102 0 The whole place is splendid blue grass land, and will raise anything grown in Kentucky. Privilege of seeding given this fall and full possession January 28-101 at Public Sale the Sallie E. Willis farm at Kirks-vill- e, 48-10- 84-10- i M 11 i W. H. HIGGINS. wmmmmm The kidneys have n big work to do. All the lilooil In the body is coursing through the kidneys con- stnntly to he fried of poisonous mutter It is n heavy enough Uisk when the kidneys nre well, but n cold, chill, fever or some thoughtless exposure Is likely to irritate, inflame and congest the kidneys nnd interrupt the puri fying work. Then the aching frequently begins and is often accompanied by some Ir regularity of the urine too frequent passages, sediment or retention. Thousands testify to the wonderful merit of Donn's Kidney Pills, a rem-- J edy for the kidneys only, that has been used jn kidney troubles fiO years. You will make no mistnko in following this Stanford citizen's advice. W. A. llrcnt. It. F. I). No. 2, says: "1 have used Doan's Kidney Pills and know they nre a good medicine. My kidneys were weak and inactive nnd I hail sore and dull pains across r"y back. Donn's Kidney Tills soon put my kidneys in good shape." January 1, 1919; a third January I, 1920, Terms One-thir- d and remaining third January , 1921. Lien retained on land for deferred payments. GEORGE D. SIMMONS, Richmond, Kentucky. Agent for Heirs of Mrs. Sallie E. Willis. Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer. 1 1,1919. A Few Choice Farms and Desirable Town Properties m Stevenson, of Lcltch-ficlwas killed; Mr. Charles Shipley, also of this city, was fatally wounded, and Mr. Frank Pringlc, an oil operator of Bradford, Pa., was painfully wounded when the automobile, in which they were riding was struck by a freight train. Miss Emma d, kM For Sale SEE US Is The Railroad Administration considering abolishing the sale of liquor on nil railroad property, including dining cars and hotels or restaurants maintained at stations. Information on the number of bars and the method by which they are managed is now being gathered. Mail order houses which do an in- terstate business were requested by the food administration to send into other states only such amounts of sugar as residents of those states are permitted by local food administrators to purchase. The Interior Journal $1.50 a year. & Owens Dinwiddie Hustonville Moreland and CAR LOAD OF Old Hickory Wagons JUST RECEIVED Don't Price fiOc. nt all dealers. simply nsk for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same hat Co., Mr, Hrent had. Foster-Milbur- n Mfghs., UulTalo, N. Y. MORE HONORS FOR DOONE WAY MAN A. G. Unchelder, Executive Chair- mnn American Automobile Associa Land And Stock Sale Thursday, August 15th AT MIDDLEBURG, KY. Will sell my town property, consisting of about One Acre of Land on which is a Six Room Dwelling, good barn, and all necessary outbuildings. Two good wells at door and the location is considered the best in town. -- E. T. Pence, Jn, ,. - Stanford ... !'- - -- -- Attention Auto Owners Stop That Leaky Radiator ! We make your old ones good as new. We sell the Copper KiwA Spark Plug, guaranteed the life of your car. We have the agency for the Swimlntt Tire, 'guaranteed tor 5,000 miles. We carry in stock all kind of ot A'lto Accessories, Standard Gasoline, 28 cents the gallon. We sell all grades "Mobile" Oil. Call am' see us. Radiator Repair Shop, 3rd -St., Danville, Ky. ... .. m -- .. jn..-..- -- -- " . tion, Washington. D. C, writes II. Fish. Secretary lloone Way As sociation, Mt. Vernon, Kentucky; "Subsequently there will rench Col. Jim Maret. the old highwny scout an A. A. A. emblem to lie placed on thnt car lately presented him by good road friend'! throughout the country. This emblem is similar to the ones which occunv plnces on the White House automobiles. The head of the nation has complimented the A. A. A. by displaying its emblem on the presidential nutomobiles, thus giving evidence of his belief in the association's work for highways improve ment of n nntionnl chnractcr. The emblem tlmt will come to Col. Jim is specinl made nnd the only lute ones in use are those on the House cars nnd on nutomobiles of the present nnd former chief officers of 57 1-- 2 Acres of Good Bottom Land In high state of cultivation, 2 miles North of Middleburg, on Green river. 10 acres in corn, balance in grass. 100 Good Mixed Cattle, Some Extra Good Yearlings and Several good Milk Cows and Calves, 100 HEAD OF SHEEP, 60 of which are good STOCK EWES. 2 pure bred Bucks 2 and13 years old. 2 extra good buck lambs. 125 head of STOCK H OGb, Fair 3 extra good Work Horses, 8 years old. 2 Mules, coming Mare and mule colt, bay horse, 3 years Mules, coming Old Hickory Wagon, as old, saddle mare, 11 years old. Two-horswagon, as good as new. Set double wagon good as new. harness, bridles, etc. ; .!. im- HOME FOR SALE ! it Tht National Highways nnd Dixie Highways Associations' emblems nre also displayed on the radiator of the Noonc Highwny Man's car. - A .A ... " A Having closed a contract with n Tobacco concern greater that will necessitate my being from horre for the situated time, I have decided to sell n y Home, part of the on Logan avenue in Stanford, Ky. This is without a doubt, one of the best Cottage Homes in Stanford. Hrs Six Rooms, Two Porches (the back porch being latticed and screened), Splendid Bath Room, and all modern conveniences. Large Lot, splendid new Barn, excellent Poultry House and all other necessary s Garden, The whole house is newly painted outbuildings. throughout, and must be seen to be appreciated. If you want a chance at it, call phone 199 for appointment and : .. i W. P. KINCAID. Stanford, Ky. Phone 199 first-clas- POOR WOMAN MAKES e it, A. B. C. Dinwiddie Undertaker and Funeral Director Junction City, Kentucky SACRIFICE "For vonrs I have doctored for In digestion nnd severe bloating with gns, nil my money had gone for doe- tors nnd medicine which did me no rood. I had lost all faith in medi cines nnd ns I have to work hard for the few dollnrs I enrn, was afraid to risk nny more money. A yenr ngo my neighbor told mc to try Mnyrs Wonderful Remedy. I have found it to be the best medicino in the world nnd nm glad I mndo the sacrifice." It is a simple, harmless preparation inni removes the cntarrhnl mucus from the intestinal tract nnd nllnys tho inJ. B. PERKINS flammation which cnuses practically nil stomnch, liver nnd intestinal ailments, including nppendicitis. One DENTIST dose will convinco or money refundThe ed. Tho Lincoln Phnrmncy; Rooms 2829, Lincoln Bank Building Penny Drug Store. nigh-clas- s lob urintlng nt the In STANFORD, KY. terior Journal office. Phon. 214 Some Household and Kitchen Furniture. of the sale will be held For convenience in handling this1 stock a part of Middleburg. at J. C. Coulter's farm, mile North ....' Ladies of the Red Cross will serve dinner. Col. John B. Dinwiddie, Auctioneer. TERMS made known on day of sale. John Coulter, Middleburg. TF NWWJ1"'"'"".I?!IJP Easasssfij fcwgeirfe;'2g;a&jrcgr J - itatMaHNr-irrs- 'i w.mwi1 ,;T,,.J"'" " ' mfcMfm W The Interior Journal, Stnford;Kenfucky, Friday, August l.ii iiciu 9, 1918 r " - yrup v ...l-na- s Ijlnat IS tllP- tfrorththat know VVA ..wifcis. .elective lecom- - I my been greatly improved since I using it." From a letter to Dr. Calilwell mitten bj I Mill Alice Lombard, 22 lloylilon St., Springfield, Man. V , Syrup Pepsin The Perfect Laxative Sold by Druggists Dr. qaldwell's 50 ets. A mild, pleasant-tastin- g () $1.00 Everywhere combination of simple laxative pepsin. Brings relief without griping or herbs with other discomfort. A trial bottle can be obtained free of charge by writing to Dr. W. U. Caldwell, 458 Washington Street, Monticello, Illinois. BIG WHEAT AND CORN CROP bushels of Loss of 171,000,000 corn and 13,000,000 bushels of wheat from the iiropecUve nroJuetiuii of this yenr's important food Crops as indicated a month ago was shown in the Department of Agriculture's crop report, resulting from a canvass made August 1. Corn and wheat are bumper crops this year despite adverse weather conditions, which have curtailed somewhat the heavy production indicated earlier in the growing fen-so- walking FOR SALE A first-clm- s marc. Sec me nt once. John-Coo04-- lt Stnnford. W. G. Gooch bought of Rube Hor- ton eight heifers that nveraged (!00 pounds at 6c. Chnrley Reck sold to Robinson cattle, Ontts. of Royle, 29 nt lie a pound. R. L. Hubble bought of Win. R. Phillip 24 Southdown ewe-nlnmln for JfifiO. J. C. R. Harmon hns sold his farm containing 220 acres, near Perryvllle, to C. G. Nhnm. Elver Grny nnd R. H. Grny for $17,000. J. C. Kutz. of Clsne, 111., who oM a of mares here a few weV? ngo, while nt Somerset dipo!rg of r load, had the misforuttino to have one 400-poun- rl nd cnr-lon- d One wltncsi whose name was with- itovou ainrsnni iicncrni urowner pending disposition of the bill ' tpntlflorl vpitnr.lnv In tho M..U l,y nn oner issued insi nint cans i"nosintr tn oTtnn.i .u. " " Uinlh nice wt m--r ' d".xu ornrt rcgistrnnts to tho col- - elude nil men and 45 York SUte Attorney General's nc L to reporl for luly ,)ctwccn Au.ycnr8r V0,untAry .hll.tiinU l tU tlclties thnt William Ilnynn! Hnlegust 20 nnd 30. Of this number, 13,- - 'nrmyjind nnvy wcro suspended com hend nf tho Gcrmnn Information 145 have been ordered to Cnmn nletelv ventnninv i. .i. i uLawson, CO ewes nt $18. IH Arvtfn ... .,, Mn.lnt.r iiinuu n - .. .,.... In ttlla vwuiivij, m.J. ii uii f--.nciuiry.. jayiur irom IT . .l ri. , yjuio- occrctnries UnnlClS nnd Dakar. Pnxton nnd Blnnkinshlp bought of 9 r.... it , t,-imii.. nun if n ... h h i i hum, iiviiiii int.. ituinniiiii Iin" inin un nnu vinunmn. Clvlllnns nlso lire excluded from an. John Cross, 21 ewes nt $20. ofTlclnl business for tho German Forpolntmcnt to officers, training camp L. P. Nunncllty sold to Eugene eign office. To prevent disruption of industry until further notlco. ' Goode a mare for $12G. ' LAND, STOCK AND CROP Next Monday is county court dny. Sam nishop sold to Ike Shelby n milk cow for $77.C0. n. W. Glvcns bought of llrown and a. ' " " 1 inn M..r - ... - j- . nine-year-o- - - - J : i'y! v ' 4 fliaHaaaH rt - )3 n. Mother's Friend In Every Home Comfort and Safety Assured Before tho Arrival of lio Stork. Production of winter wheat this year was estimated at 550,000,000 bushels. Spring wheat production was forecast of 322,000,000 bushels from August 1 conditions. Production of all wheat was estimated at 878,000,000 Corn product! n was forcenst nt 2,080,000.000 busbies from Aunu. 1 conditions. Other forecasts of production based on the August 1 canvass were nnnounccd as follows. Oats, 1,428 000.000 bushels; barley, 232,000,000; rye, 70,700,000 (preliminary eaiim.i'.es) . Mrs. L. g, Molen. E. M Rovaltv boiicht of J. R a jercy milk cow for $100. and Mr. Royalty sold to W. I,. Greer, of Salvia, fif ewes and lnmb for $1,700. Sam Rurdette bought 1i two-yeol.l mule in Marion nnd Wnjhlngto'i untios nt $125 to $200 per heal He also sold n horse mule to Frank Toliver for $100. Adnir Nev. A Mt. Sterling dtopntch snys: The ovrtort CTttle mnrVet is on a boom here and the big steer are being shipped nwav steadily. They nre in nrime condition nnd hundreds hnvp been sold, the prices raneing from 10 to 17 cents a pound. The cattle are to 1,500 weighing from 1,350 Tnm-enic- LHrflL''afA' XS .At V k 4kBBBBff'4'BBBr BBBBBBBBBK VrnPVaBBB f pounds. returned from having bought d of splendid draft there a mares that he will sell at Nunnellcy's Stock Pens beginning at 1 o'clock Monday afternoon, next, court day to He says the lot is a superior-tn- o the car he sold some weeks ago. In the lot arc severnl fancy" colts. If y" need a lunre or n pair you had better attend this sale, it will be opportunity to get your wants . yur "PPhed. Mr. E. P. Wood St. Louis Tuesday, car-loa- Car-Loa- d of Nice Percheron Mares 1 HERE AND THERE V. McKce, of Lawrence-burhas received word that her In thouainds of American homes there l Mis Kittv Irvine, who was a Red racmmi a lottlc or the Friend, nmi umnniwini remedy. Mother's thf t una aided m. nv Cross nurse in France, died of menin-- , her from suffering nnd pain. Kept her Ini gitis. health of mind or.d lody in nuTanro wonderful Ti.inn v,. mtiHod the Federal lahv'B comlne. nnd had a mot IotcIj- - ilv Influenco In tlCTc'onlnj a hcalthr. prohibition amendment. Ratification posltion in tho child. 01) to ot, Mother's Friend relieves tho pain and dk- - was voted by the House, following favorable action early in comfort Mused hjr tho strain on tho mnVe pllablo those flbcm and fiiwi by the Senate. which nature U eipamllnr. and soothes tho tho week Inflammation of hreast elands and other Twenty survivors of the crew of tendency to ncrvomncw and fonncss. Tho to raornlnff sIcLocjj or nausea Is counter- the American steamship Merak, sunk acted. off the North s by a German submarine By repilar mo during: the period Iho expand with caso vihcn tab I Lorn, Carolina coast Tuesday nfght, were tension to reduced and the pain ond danger landed nt Elizabeth City. nt tho crisis to naturally less. Mother's Friend Is an cxtemil remedy. Three masked highwaymen held up to absolutely safo nnd onderfully effective. South Side State Rank of Indian It not only nllayi dUtrcas In advance but the .. assures o speedy recovery for the mother. the oon hour and nft- .TneWrca.3 er attacking John Lauck, president. cbrrlnwICrtoroVCD7ndd?fdC!?:.or,nS': and Roy Willets, assistant cashier, Lamar Eld., Atlanta. Gi. for their escaped with approximately $10,Uuu. mui-rleI . I Bought in Illinois, will be sold at Jones Stock Yards next Monday, county court day. They are good ones and will average about , 00 pounds. All good colors. Will sell singly and in pairs. There is a scarcity of good mares in this section of the State and few if any are being raised. This will be your opportunity to get what you want something that can do your work and raise you a fine colt. See them and you will agree with us that they are the kind for the farmer. JpNEVIN CARTER AND FRANK MARTIN 1 , H A See The New Model 1919 Oldsmobile V--1 cvTrdKora "Motherhood ,,: Next Monday, Aug. 12th, Court Day II00I.V o vnluibto tn expectant ti'o" ff et"-Iab- drvc vain and discomfort. Ktoro and oriMhaerJimFr.endnat 'iK I thus fortify yourself aealnst The Interior Journal, jt 50 per year, twice-- a week U' Experience with me, all hog ailments yield to KINK TAIL over two years, been using KIMIC-TAIhave never struck a case it didn't cure, I give it to my well hogs once per week, it keeps them thrifty. EARNERS POPE, Gravel Switch, Ky. I .have L I I 4$ H TREASURY DEPARTMENT Office of the Comptroller of The Currency Washington, D. C, July 29, 1918. Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD In the City of Stanford, in the County of Lincoln, and State of Kentucky, has complied with the provisions of the Act of Congress "to enable National Banking Associations to extend their corporate existence, and for other purposes," approved July 12, 1882. Now therefore, I, Thomas P. Kane, acting Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby certify that THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK In the city of Stanford, in the county of Lincoln, and State of Kentucky, is authorized to have succession for the period specified in the amended articles of namely, until close of business on July 29, 1938. tM3ixsims&cr nil Bran It must be seen to be appreciated, and without a doulit it is one of the best cars that has ever been sold in the State of Kentucky for the money. It is a perfect car every inch of it. The word OLDSMOBILE guarantees three hundred days' service every year with your OLDS. and sixty-fiv- e In testimony whereof, witness my hand and seal of office, this 29th day of July, 1918. T. P. KANE, Acting Comptroller of the Currency. Extension No. 3426. No. 5132. Charter R. M. ARNOLD, Danville, Ky. AGENT FOR LINCOLN COUNTY v i-- -