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No. 65 T The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, August WAR COST RELATIVELY SMALL WAR MOTHERS' OGRANIZATION Though the- ftftures of our national The Lincoln County Wnr Mothers, Indebtedness nro huge, the ratio of 35 of whom were present, were orour nationnl wealth Is very small, ganized nt the court-housMondny and will probably never reach the ra- Angus! 12th. This Is the second ortio developed by Civil War expendi- ganization In the Stnte, Louisville tures to tho nntlon's wealth as it being the first. Mrs. Relnhart, who then existed. is the chief promoter, in a nice little True, as some may point out, we talk told the object of tho organizahave never paid nil of tho Civil War tion most Important of which is to bill, but is was not because wo keep up the morale of the mothers couldn't. Uncle Sam has trcntod it at homo and through them the mo much as the milllnnniro individual rale of the men In the trenches. Some who renews from time to time n of the other Important thlncs for $10,000-notnt the bank. If so re- which the organization stands are: quested, he could pay it at any time, The work of the Red Cross, Liberty but the bank is" glad to have his Loan drives and with paper, nnd so It rocks along without tne food nnl fuel administrators. serious thought from cither pnrty. Miss Essie nurch who hns done much If the note were $100,000 it would to cheer and add to the comfort o! probably have been paid at its first our boys, was christened godmother maturity. So, when Uncle Sam comes of the local chapter. She acted ns out of this war with his heavy obli- chairman through the election of gations, special arrangements will be which were ns follows: Mrs. made to meet them. Liberty bond E. L, Rinchart, war mother; Airs. E. will be paid nnd no one thinks J. Drown, vice war mother: Mrs. W. e c Journal 13, 1918. ,.r-- . j 'il ,;l A Tuesdays and Fridays , . I . i DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER LAND, STOCK AND CROP R. L. Hubble bought hero yesterRichard F. Outcnlt, Jr the origday 10 nice steers nt 10c n pound. inal "Buster Ilrown," n son of the J T. Rlgaby bought of Richard cnrtoonlat, wns injured In nn aird Wren an heifer nt 8c n plane accident in France. pound. Tho seventy or more shipyards J. Fox Duddcrnr bought of (!. 71. now building vessels in the United short ycailing States aro estimated to use not less Kroner, 2 cilveo for $105, than 2,000,000 cubic feet of timGreat Britain linn In Fronce veter- ber every day. inary hospitals that will nccommo-dat- e The House Ways and Means Com48,000 hones. mittee is n billion dollars short of its Snm Mnthency bought nt the E. $8,000,000,000 goal In tho framing P. & J. M. Woods horse snle, n pair of the tentative draft of the Revof nice ninros for $200. enue Hill after Including nil schedMrs. W. D. Routt, of Danville, ules so far adopted. sold to Johnston, of lioyle, seven Whitley Roscoo Delph, of Lllv, hoifs nt 17', 4 c county, wns killed by n switch engine George Logan sold to Center Hros., nt Molus, n station near Hnrlan. He of I'nlnt Lick, a lfiOO.pound Poled wns one of the brikemen of the crew, Angus bull nt 8c n pound. and In hurrying to turn n switch his Morgan Smith Daughman sold to foot caught In the switch frog. Wllk.es Rogers, n small pnlr of Thomas King, of Frankfort nnd mnre mules for $250. Louisville, was killed, and Mr. and Shel Onts, of Danville, sold to Mrs. Richard Stoll, Miss Catherine Dick Ilurton, of Garrard, 25 cxtrn nnd Edward Fennell were Inntce yearling cnttlu nt ll'.Sc n Tobln jured when their automobile skidded JT pound. . on an oiled pike nenr Middlctown. The portion of the Kim-- fnrm In Two Tlritish aviators have just county, including the home, Mercer completed a flight from England to was tnken down nt the side the other Egypt, n distance of 2,11110 miles. The dny nt $187.50. type that hnvo bought of T. W. machines were of a Lutes Lutes seen considerable service on the i Dradson & J. N Wclsey 10 aviators were two hogs nt lflVi nnd 17c n pound, nnd front. With tlu mechanics. 15 mixed cnttlu nt 0 nnd 7c n pound. Incensed nt the efforts of the DeJ. W. llaughman sold to OS B. Knnkln a short yearling Mac!: bull troit United Railway Comnany to fare, riots broke out for $75, nnd one of n little bolter collect a In nil of Detroit. Cars were quality to George Logan for fMt J. 11. Yowcll bought of Frank ttsckid, motnrmen benvn nnd the system paralyzed. Pol'ee were yearCoppngc n bunch of ling cnttle nt 10c, nnd n car of hogs called out to prevent violence. W. C Mosbarrer and his daughtof different parties at tne n j "! 11. er. Mi William Morelamlsold to .1 Vonnie Moss burger, were cHttle llnughmun 5 lie Mil.. L at O'llnnnon, near Louisville, n pound, and four steers to X rri when an L. & N'. fast prnwent'er rain crnOiod into their automobile. Fnrris at the same money nnd 7 heifers at 8c. nothr daughter. MIm 'Rebecca Auctioneer G. L. Tooms sold Tor Mosflmrfer, was prolxihly fatnlly In805-poun450-poun- d 200-poun- d n',--r000-poun- d 900-poun- d otherwise. Our nntionnl wealth and our annual national income have been estimated at 250 billfons nnd 40 billions respectively, ,v:hilc our war expenditures will be, it Is thought, nhout fifteen billions n year when our industries aro fully converted to a war Hut, as a matter of fact, if basis. the estimate of our income gnve du consideration to war prices, the total would probably be sixty billions Instead of forty billions. f Morgan Smith Ilnughmnn to "Hob jured. sorrel Gover n pnlr of Falling aleep on the railroad mnre mules for $500. They nre track, n man said to be Herbert good ones. from Kit by, 20 vears old, a s saddle Camp Shclbv, awoke to find his near chamhorses, named King, 18 venrs old. pions nnd possible future champions from Ncls;n county, dend nnd his will compete for the $10,000 prie own leirs cut off, near Caneyville. this year at the State Fair. ville, Ky., Shanks & Myers sold to J. ) It Is ri,no',,il that John E. Mad-IoTOO pound black 10 Ilnughmnn, of I exlngtnnj is likelv to be apheifrs, at 10 cen's a poumt. All of pointed head of the United States these were of their own raising and Government breeding establishment, of exceptionally good quality. hich is connected with the Remount Harris & SpcaKes, agents, sold the "ivislon of the nrmv. &?aflen H of 221 ncres. situ-atc- d fnrm Mutt w In tlm Ea but will return here within two miles of Paris, on the the fall racing. Lexington pike, to Mr. W. C. Walk-in- s, 'ir Automobile manufacturers were Ky . nt $275 per ncre, of Irvine, 'vised to convert their plants to or n total of $00,500. The sale of Jersey cattle held 100 per cent war work ns soon as Tuesday by T. M. Ftcs wns largely possible by the War Industries attended, quite a number being pres- HotiI. Steel, rubber nnd other maent from out of the county. Fifty-fi- x terials necessary in the manufacture of passcnier cars can not be assured herd were sold, bringing nn for any period in advance, it was price of approximately $80. stated, and those concerns having Enterprise. Lebanon J. l.ee Murphy sold to Judge Cou- larct stocks of stel on band probto turn it over lter, of Hoyle, 50 ewes at $18.50 and ably will be required to the Government. . nUo old to V. Mr. Murphy Tour survivors "f the Americnn 30 ewes at $20, also 25 to j. sunk by n K. Sanders at the same money, anil schooner, Katie Mr. Murphy sold to W. F. Delving fifnipn submarine Siturdav evening past of NTantncket. have 100 mare mule tor J200. a n There was a good crowd nt Win. landefl at New Hedfnl, th Kvy "t was adviM"! with a rcpo- -t G. Robinson's sale Tuesday near Wilmore, nnd nearly everything that th'y were taken 'board the subbrought n good price. One pair of marine which was poo roet loni; mules sold for $325; colt, $05; horse, mounted one gun and carried n crew $00; 12 hogs nt 20 cents n pound; of ixtv men. The 'sptsin of the raidor, they nid. lo"' ired he was e cow nnd cnlf, $107.91; wagon, $110; buggy, $12; two sows, equlppc--' to remain en this sile of $37 nnd $41; side meat, 30 cents a the Atlantic for six months. pound; lard 37 cents pound. MR. FOLK WIN'' About 250 hend of cattle were on The ruh of events on European the market nt Hnrrodsburk court dny, nccording to the report of Auc- battle'lel'l". should not force us to beprenlns at home, He gives forget tioneer J. J. McGinnis. sales as follows: Ten heifers, average and not th" leant af thp'.s of recent weight 000 pounds, brought $48 a dnto is th overwhlm'ri mil iority head; fifteen common steers average given to Ir u'ph Folk In Mie Demoweight 450 pounds, $32 n head; ten cratic senatorial urimnrl's in Missteers, average, weight 700 pounds, souri. Mr. Folk ii head and sh ulders the $50 each; milk cows sold from $05 to $100 nnd horses from $35 to $75: most distin '.'ished eitiie'i of Mismules in pairs went nt from $100 to souri. He tn 'do 11 snlendid record ns district attorney in St. Louis nnd Int$275 n pair. er as governor. He was debated for The Germans aro employing fresh Senator bv W. .1. SNme bv the vote forces of reserves nnd are defending In Knnsns Citv nnd SU Louis because tho ground inch by inch, intent on of tho fact thn he hid closed the sawiving the bulk of tho nrmies of loons on Sunday. An effort was perGens, von der Marwitz and von sistently made aftervvnrd to elbow Hutier, which nre retreating In the him out of the way very much similar direction of Ncsle nnd Ham.Jiut tho to the effort that was made with deallied troops nre pressing them hard served fniluro relative to Senator nnd continue to mnke gnlns. After u Ileckham in Kentucky nftor tho hitbitter contest, the Americans nnd ter's admirable work in tho goverBritish haVo gained n foothold in tho nor's oflko. ,". Important town of Mr. Folk has now como Into his t;wlillo y? ..French have captured He will Gury,q' position of great strategic own In his own Stnte.Missouri be the nnd he value, lying southweeVof ' 'L'assigny. next Senator from r .capture of tho wholo massif of will bo one of tho ablest men on the The v-.L&sitfny by (ho Mw is expocted'at Dcrhoeratlc side. We congratulate i.the "Missouri Donipcruts on their " any moment Louisvillo Potr, v .Wh'ou you, hjve JwckViie'the lifer M It!hs been estlmated'that' sNlali'a or lcUneya aro dure, in'e ot$ of, gear ftp 5 wi1 ft jIaaa TvaAAAT-f- w a sy...t 'T. Uia arlc w; BlV ttalorig, JVfeet O hi.W AI.J Dniwa U wrw miii ovieei put.: im sapa . LS World-famouflve-galte- d com-ran'ole-iarttwo-horsile-ne, -- fc RRUNER'S VICTORY CONCEDED Althnuph the figures in the primary election for tho Republican nomination for Senntor are incomplete, enough hnvc been received to indicate the nomination of Dr. Hen L. Urunrr, of Louisvrne, over ue' U. J. I'ethurum, of Somerset, and Dr. limner hns received a letter from his opponent acknowledging defeat and pledeing support in the ..race against Senntor Ollie Jnmes. out of Reports from eighty-seve120 counties in the State give nruner but 10,028, nnd Ilethurum 14,397, Dr. Ilruner declares he hns received reports from 110 counties, giving him a mnjnritv of 3.404. In the second appellate district with Warren and Henderson still out. Judge Settle's lend over Judge Hcn-sn- n for the Democratic nominaaion is 1,375, assuring the present chief justice of the nomination. n COUNTY A DIVIDED AMONG CHURCHES meeting of the Central Committee of the War Savings Campaign was held on Saturday evening at the Il.iptist church for the purpose of perfecting plans for the orgnni7n-- ' lion of the countv in the coming drive. It wns decided by the committee tn divide the county nccording to the six educational divisions, the various the from committees ehurches being responsible for the organisation of the division assigned to each. The First Christian church will work the first division; the Methndiat church the second division tin? third division will be turned over o Rprea; the fourth division to the Presbyterinn church; the fifth division to the Cntholic church, and the sixth division to tho Baptist chuich. Richmond Register. 1 DISPOSITION OF D007.E PUZZLES OFFICERS A Middlesbore dispatch says: What to do with seventeen quarts of booze which wns "raptured" here in a trunk nt the baggage room of tho L. f: N. depot, hiving been shipped from Cincinnati, is a question that Chas, A. is purxling City Judge Woods. No one knows who iTtc own-- r is. either the shipper or the consignee, thejrunk hnving only a check number on it nnd the whisky No one has ventured is unlabeled. to claim the booze and likely will not on account of tho penalty at- tached for bringing liquor into dry territory. The owner not being known Judjte Wood hns no order to proceed ngainat or convict in order to legally destroy the liquor. The question has been put up to tho attorney general for. decision. Of tho 305,000 Americnn soldiers transported from this country to France in the minth of July n total of 188,000 were carried in Ilritlsh ships, with Ilritlsh destroyers assist ing in the convoy. This is, team work And of tho best kind. Americnn shipping is growing very fast. By January 1 next the combined Amer ican nnd Hritish transport service will be able to carry an avtny of 400,-00- 0 men, with nil tho necessary supplies, in tho space of thirty days. EVERYTHING GOING DRY "What wo need Is individual drink ' 1Z2 iW&tor'ibite M S tKLit W5rv(f ?Wtat' thejBood .L- of Individual :.. ..!. .. '- CECIL CARTER MEETS THE LATEST WAR NEWS Hold Siberia at all hazards now is FEAFFUL DEATH Cecil Cnrtcr, the son tho appeal of Germany to the Rusof Capt. Walter W. Carter, of Leb sians, nnd the Bochcs nro planning anon Junction, met a tiorrrole death to send troops there ngalnst the nnd the Alllw. Tho nenr Boston nt nn enrly hour Sunday Czccho-Slovnk- s morning. He wns breaking on freight Berlin newspapers are outspoken train No. 81, and was going back to about their anxiety and declare that the caboose to remedy n "hot box," the overthrow of the Bolshevik govwhen the freight gave n Jerk. He ernment may be expected hourly. French forces have followed up fell from the box car he was on, nnd lighting on tho track, bad his right their victory at Montdldicr and have leg severed at the hip. He was not advanced to nn average depth of six front. found until some five or six hours miles over a twenty-mil- e Inter, nnd the supposition is thnt he Thousands of prisoners and a huge bled to denth. His body wns brought amount of supplies were captured at to this city Mondny morning nnd laid Montdidier. French patrols are reto rest in Buffalo Springs Cemetery ported in Chaulnes, the principal Ger after brief services nt thq grave by man center west of tho Sommc. Tho Mr. J. C. McClary. Some 25 or more beaten German nrmies aro said to bo friends from Lebanon Junction ac In full retreat in the center. Advancing beyond their objectives companied the remnins hero for burial. Young Cnrtcr wns n fine young north of the Sommc, the Americans mnn, nnd rnilrond men sny he was and British nre now In possession of the best "railroad man" for his the whole of the Chipilly spur nftcr He was a fighting of tho most desperate charyears they ever saw. The Americans did brilliant K. Warner, s"cretnrv; Mrs. C. It. youth of good morals and a fine acter. voung fellow in every ay. nis work. In order to go over the top Coleman, corresponding secretary; death is a great blow to his parents nt the appointed time they were Mrs. Garland Singleton, treasurer. forced to make a rapid march, and The next meeting will be next Fri- and his many friends. as they neared the thick of the batday, the 10th Inst., nt 4 o'clock in MAKE BIG FARM SALE tle ran so as to be in the fight. The Everv the circuit court room. Messrs. Dinwiddie & Owens, the Germans continued their retreat who hns n hoy in service is mother brokers, have sold throughout the day and attempted to invited to be present. The nex: mnss West End fnrm excelsave whatever they could as the meeting will be Sept. 0th. when del- for Squire William Fields his French lnunched n new attack on egates will be appointed to attend lent farm of 205 acres, on the nnd Liberty pike, ono mile Montdidier. North of the Ancre the nvan--vlllthe national convention south of Hustonville, to Thomns A. British have firmly established their Ind., which is from the 18th to Rlncarson, who recently sold his big positions nnd are pushing their pathe 20th of September. Many mothfnrm ofT Rolling Fork in Casey coun- trols toward Brayc. ers will be expected to attend this ty, for S 44.000. The place is known Vcss Brown, wounded on the westmeetincr as tho old T. L. Carpenter farm and ern front, is a son of D. II. and Alice MRS. W. K WARNER, Secy. is one of the verv best in the county Brown, of Quail, Rockcastle county. Lincoln county people will heartily He is 29 years old, was one of the DRUNKENNESS NO EXCUSE first contingent of drafted men to A jurv in the United States Court welcome Mr. Rincarson and his snlen at Covincton returned a verdict of did family to this county and at the leave this country in September, iiiltv In the enso of William O'Con-nel- l, same time do all in their power to 1917. He has been in France less of Lowishurg, Mnson county, keen Squire Fields and his folks hrrc than three months. Commander-in-Chie- f Gen. Foch. charged in three counts in nn indict- in Lincoln, where they belong. Mr. ment with violating the espionage Fields will have a big sale of per of the Allied forces on tho western law. Counsel for defendnnt soueht sonnlty on August 29th, as an ad front, has been elevated to he n Mars. to show that his client was drinkini vertisement in nnothcr part of this shal of France by the Council of The military medal was conheavily nnd was not responsible tor paper shows. Read it. ferred on Gen, Pctain, Commander-in-Chihis action or words. Private GOOD CATTLE SOLD WELL of the French armies on tho of Mavsville, testified that he There were only ibout 300 cat western front. the recruiting met O'Connell near tic on the mnrkot here Monday Lenine and Trotzky are planning station in Mnvsviilc and that O'Con- court day, but they all changed feeling in nell nid to him: "If I were vou I hands and nt good prices. The best o flee if Russia becomes any more acute. Alwould not volunteer. You will be yearling steers and the first to get killed. The American sold as high as 12c. Heifers went at ready the Bolshevik Soviet organization has gone to pieces and counter people are fools to enter wnr, ns Ger 8 to 9c. No butcher stuff was offered. revolutions have broken out in a many is superior." Judge Cochran W. Barnes, of Byrdstown, Tenn.. number of towns. In Kazan the lead--c- r informed tho jury that drunkenness J. sold 130 Tennessee ewes nt nbout of the Reds has been killed, while was not r.n excuse for violating the d $18. Mr. E. P. Woods sold a in the Novgorod and Riazan districts law. f. of good Percheron mares at the Jones great bloodshed Is reported. Pens nt satisfactory prices. Nevin Three desperate counter attacks in FUEL ADMINISTRATION RULING c ' arter and Martin sold a por force were delivered Suncny ngalnst Ruling of Federal Fuel Adminid they had on the Americans along the Vesle. ,De- tion of the strator of Kentucky. As soon as the d hand. August court is scarcely ever spite the superior numbers thrown heavy shipments to the lakes are was into the battle, the Americans by ma a lively one, but yesterday's ompletod. which wjll be about the probably above the average. chine gun firo and Orst of November, we will place suffichting, held the Huns who aro redisposal to take ficient coal at vour OFFICERS FAILED TO VOTE ported to be digging in. American "are of all domestic requirements of Many unusual incidents happened Eastern Kentucky. In the meantime nt tho State primary last Saturday troops Saturday found the grave 0$ Lieut. Qucntin Roosevelt, took' down' we nre privileged to place orders duo to the lack of interest in many with district distributors for such parts of the State. In many pre the German cross and placed over- it nn American cross with the Inscripfoal as is absolutely needed for im- cincts only the officers of election. mediate consumption nnd not for cast votes, but the piLe goes to a tion, "Here rests on the , field of honor First Lieut. Quentin Roosevelt, storage. In view of this ruling, nnd precinct in nn Eastern Kentucky killed in nction July, 19187 we county, o do your bit to win the war, where the officers of election Germans are throwing in their reurge vou who have available wood without a vote returned tho to cut it into cord wood nnd be rendv having been cast, they themselves serves in an effort to s,top the allied dash in the Picardy b"We- - Ajgainst o cut down your winter sunnlv of having forgotten to vote, although the Americans and British-thHuns coal bv usinc w;ood instead of coal they had ten hours in which to enst have materially stiffened their de wood while the weather is good Cut r their ballots. Louisville Times. fense, but have been unable to stem Lincoln Co. Fed. Fuel Committee, .1 the allied advance, which, however, C. E. TATE, Chairman. BRENT AND HOLLARS has slowed down. The Americans LOSE BY HAIL nnd their British brothers-in-arm- s NO SPKINKLING ALLOWED Messrs. T. A. Brent nnd W. M. No one will be nllowed to sprinkle Itollnrs. who live in the Cook's aro pressing closely on JK nided bytanks and armored with hydrant water from this hour Springs section of the county, lost cars. Across tho river at Lihons the on, nnd those enught doing so ""will n portion of their tobacco crops by Germans grined the outskirts, of'the' have their water cut off without fur- hail Wednesday afternoon. .. x. The TV? ther notice. This hns to be done in former had an ncre riddled by hall town nnd nt onea point, pjerced jt- heavy counter line, but order to furnish wntcr for domestic almost ns large as an egg, while the tnck restored the "f.lltea ptjons. nurposes this dry spell. We again bsSlweert the Sojrfm" and latter had 25 acres of his crop bad isk the cooperation of the people in ly damaged, Each of the gentlemen t1,n"Eventsinnstittlt'n tha first "uprious Avrn helping us supply water 24 hours had several ncres of corn damaged. defeat of tho vnr.' . ' each day. Stanford Wntcr, Light & Deutsches Zcitupg qf BerlliL. . Ji$?i Ice Co. It JIM TALL DEAD A- s colored J 1 1111 wv 'IIWi t mr jt Jim Tall, a BALL'S PATRIOTIC BALLOONS ri 'V ,Q mnn, died in n Lexington hospitnl ;, OPENS'THIS EVENING, Thomns Bnll, of Shelby City, is one of a complication of troubles nnd tho The Stanford Hotel, Q. nJiLove.''-Sof the most pitriotlc citizens of 1.1 tn.- 1 .i t rt xrhAMn1,l tJ remains were brought hero and inBoyle county. Ench dnyie sends jip terred Friday afternoon. Ho was nger, will throw open itt doors Jthfii a balloon, colors red, white and blue, taken to the hospital by some white promwesv 5 in honor of our boys who nre fight friends, whoso sympathies were evening nnd tne. occasion, to be a notaolo ouet A1"" 01 Qtany ing for freedom. The balloons faj moved by tho negro's bad condition. ford's business men twill nttend the"" bo seen for miles 'a'tound and thfcse Jim bail been n "boss" in his day, but opening. In abdy 'apif. le hym-f- ' " upon vthem dally are ri in who look latter years had been living a through the. beautiful now hostelry. , minded of Shelby City's patriotism much better life. J . &j The Alleeton Camp Meeting ww Danville Advocate. compelled to shut down Siwihyi.M' - . COULTER'S SALE THURSDAY cause ofAthe lack 'of , drinking' watV. HAND KNITTING CHECKED John Coulter will have a big sale knittinj? for tho soldiers nnd pear Mitldleburg next Thursday, Hand PRINTER" NEEDED, AT ONCE ' sailors is to bo checked until tho 15th, nt which time he will dispose of The Interior Journal jfeeds at oncq gil'l War Industries Board can survey h's property in Middlcburg, being It -- kuu 1 lillllll'L-U- f civilian . .J mull J5 stocks to ascertain whether there is 57 acres of good Green river bot stio knows how;o. work and"wijlrda ' enough woolen nnd worsted in tlf tom land, 10 ncres of which nro in. cheerfully, Tfc'risht'kfncf of .'maifj.' country for winter uniforms nnd rrnss. Ho will also sell n big lot ol, will find a good' lob., arid, reasonable. overcoats. high-clas- s live stock. Tho sale will bo. Irenunaratlon'fofl .!li 'services 3f ono of thu biggest Casey hns hadlrt Ivmi'liTirUrfnf'.aiirti n j'stoVn.'- "Uni'ltf ,v- V , ' A WORD TO KNITTERS vcars. Better join tho crowd and at' write, phonoar tewwipn' tow omco . Knitters, please finish and turn in tend. on Thursday, August 29. nil mado of khaki ynrn or nny T .T.. thniVttAGUK HCMBER6 TirANKFUt' lliLs"'' "fu ...- .- m.4a- r T,fis,.iolvrfv. Rrvlp . Leafni i.j.i- other yarn issued before; August 1st. im.,'V MRS. W. N. CRAIG, Chairman. landthe first woman to be a member 01 tne Executive coytiuyripsy.M JCTr!?.'"m IvCslMn vl" l r tho National Security A?E Hus-tonvil5Iin-isteref car-loacar-loahand-to-hanpoll-boo- k o c, h says-tSeA- te well-know- n ;A vVv y-V- -- vsl y 4 . ..'.' ' ll'. J'-- Jt"; ., V.TT'"!' . gnr-men- ts tu.. P.ln r. nt ' j" t .. v:4Wfm 9,'fSkf J-f- - v.. . .2 ;- -. . k r r., " ". - " r, . w - X. - a : i2r.viy? v. i ..,..,. .,V v m I. " f .ru1.!-.- ' , . J, PAfeTwo The Interior Journal, Stanford, .Kentucky, Tuesday, Augut j3, 1916. morning one of est time In the nary, or at lMt It the hour cam.e for us to hurry away 11th. At 9:16 that INTERESTING LETTER me up until now. AH to catch our train, so we would be on the most pleasant bunches you ever has been for FROM SAILOR BOY train for home, . boarded the But It have to work here. Therlch nan's time back at the sUtlon. In all, nearly Unit T. Quartermaster School, Strs. son, who was fed all his life with a seemed quite hard some nights, for There were thirty-fou- r " ne unl" wcrc Class, Hampton Reads, Va., silver spoon, takes a pick or shovel the other boys to turn loose of the " Aug. 7, 1918. along side the poor man's aon, and beautiful maidens' soft white hands resented In this crowd; but not one Dear Interior Journal Editors and learns the art af manual labor, the after a few momenta' hold, saying sailor felt any better than I. My Force: It makes a Jackie a little shy muscle builder. It makes a smile good-byI guess you know better furlough was enjoyed to the fullest, only regrets were, that I did not have to take his pen in hand to any a word come to the face of the boy who has than I how it Is. time to sec nil the friends, and have to the dear friends back home; but experienced labor to see the rich or Time, like the rippling stream, longer with the home folks. I think this nervousness Roes only to show city dude swing a pick digging up a these I helped cat about two dozen chickens is gone forever, the deep feeling we have for all the hard road, or shoveling rock; but the comes and nave passed ai ureal ttWtA ,u ,i.iPi, w three meals dear folks we left behind, though I boys work together and fulfill the four weeks M. School and we were sent After this a day for eight days. know you have Mr hearts and will song to "Smile, boys smile." Yes, Lakes Q. Michigan; on short, happy occasion, I returned to excuse mistakes. With this view I they sure get that style here all right out on n draft on Lake the training boats the U. S. S. Essex Great Lakes and from there we were will say a word. After staying for our dinner in I wns on the historical sent to this camp. The Vlp was you will allow me a little Camp Decatur our company of about and Yantic. Now if Essex. It is said to be the boat that much enjoyed by all the boys. We space, I will ro back and review my fifty boys, who went to Great Lakes past few months in the navy, for you. from Louisville, moved to Camp has gone farther north than any oth- came over the Pennsylvania line to With me, was my shipmate, I enlisted April 6th, the anniversary Farragut, whero we stayed two weeks; er ship. one left with me, who came Columbus, Ohio, then to Norfolk on the Norfolk and Western. of the declaration of war, nnd ar- then we spent a week or ten days in the only rived at Great Lakes 11 o'clock Tues- Cnmp Dewey, then from there to In our bunch from Kentucky, his The smooth farming lands of Indiday morning of the 16th, had late Perry, where wo stayed two days at name is Mr. Archie McCarty, of ana and Illinois looked good, but A fine fellow, too. when you arc looking out for scendinner or better known in the navy the hardest work I have done in the Olive mil, Ky. strange out of all the bunch ery, you have to give it to the Viras "chow;" It was 1 o'clock, and take navy. We were laying sod and haul It seems I hope ono is still it from me, whether it was Rood prub ing dirt in wheelbarrows. I tell you just get to stay with me. because we ginias; back In the hills of green with we together, or not the boys went after it like it was not very much fun to push a will beautiful flowing streams. Virginia have learned to trust each other and looks like and made me feel like I We were all regular veterans. day; had I am sorry to say this is not true of wheelbarrow full of dirt all hooted and hollowed at and called my home state than any to push each load about five hundred all the fellows, but most of them are was nearer "rookies" from the time our train long weeping yaids, or more; some muscle builder, fine lads. Three weeks of interest- I have been in. The pulled in sight of Great Lakes until willows in this state are just grand get the kaiser," and we will ing study nnd boat duty, like swabwe stood in our uniforms looking like all "to to look upon. We have willows in too. bing or holy stoning the deck. We Kentucky, men," but all this do it, but they are not to be It was from this camp and Dewey sailed all over Lake Michigan, an- compared with the ones here. rookie junk was forgotten at this first chow. But the fun was yet to that we split up our Kentucky bunch. choring at Waukeegan, 111., MilwauI am making my letter too long, coirie for all of us th first night in You know they are bo good they have kee, Mich., and Chicago, these were so must hurry to a close. We have the navy. Just ask some fellows to scatter them among bunches of all of our stops. been here at this naval base about We landed at Manitou Island on twelve days, waiting to go to sea. about it and I will guarantee they fellows from the other states to make could tell enough for a chapter in a up what is lacking. Some went out Saturday, the 15th of June, were Wo were scheduled to leave here last as apprentice seamen. I guess most given shore leave in the afternoon. Friday, but were scratched from the book. our hammocks of them have become acquainted The two ships companies played a draft, so they said we would leavo We were issued that afternoon, and about 7 o'clock with a broom and swab by now, also game of ball, but the mosquitoes bit for suro Monday and were all packed the boys started to learn the acro- scrubbing paint work and shining us so well, we felt bad and were glad up to go, but we were delayed again, batic stunt of climbing in them, and brass, but they arc on their way to to get back aboard ship; after three so in suspense we arc waiting to go most of the night was spent in climb- gold stripers; most of them though hours' stay as mosquito food. They to sea. We will soon be ixed up all were so thick they went In swarms of 0 K and on the deep bin sea we ing in again by some of the fellows. are just on their way. millions. We put our collars up un will set sail, to do our part to put Their hammocks were inclined to It was about May 11th, thirty-fou- r tum as they did, so out they would of us moved to Quartermaster School der our hats to keep them off of our out Prussianism forever. go to meet the floor, five feet below, main camp Great Lakes. Here I necks and tied our handkerchiefs Excuse my mistake and give my by way of the rapid transit system. stayed, worked, drilled and studied around our faces or fought them with regards and love to all. Aho keep a But as it was a short fall, few hurt for one month, but during this time both hands. I never was pestered so share for the editors, and tell the - themselves very much; it just made we were allowed liberty twelve to in all my short life. All were Rlad girls hello some use a little rough language and twenty-fou- r hours each week; believe when we lifted anchor to get under Your Lincoln County Sailor Boy, lay the blamo on the kaiser, where it me we were shown some grand time way at Manitou Island. WILL D. M'CORMACK. Around Muskegon, Michigan, are belongs. Every time a fellow would in Chicago. P. S. Wish you would change thug the floor, all would, let out a There were several club rooms some of the greatest sand hills of the your paper to my new address and roar of laughter, that could be heard throughout the city, each club giv world; larpe mountains of yellow thank you. I forgot to say that while I wns for several barracks around; then ing their time entirely to the enter- sand, some barren of every living you could hear some guard or officer tainment of the jackies. . At these thing. It was beautiful to look upon at Great Lakes, I had the pleasure of shout, "Pipe down you rookies." All rooms we were given a free lunch, the big yellow snnd mountains, when seeing at two or three different would be quiet for a few minutes, with cakes, randies and ice cream as the sun was shining on them. times, my cousin, W. B. Bryant, then another poor "boob" would hit desserts, and a pretty girl to cat with Three weeks gone on the lakes, we friend James Cooper, whom you nil the floor. So. the nights passed for us and tell us nice stories and you returned to Q. M. School, to wait for know, but It was my regrets thnt the first week or two. know give you the pleasant smile all the event, which Is the happiest of all when I returned from my furlough, Beyond a doubt the first month inc wnwe. Alier luncn inc cveninK i sauur or nuiuiur, uic lunuuu, they had left on an overseas draft, or detention period is a fellow's hard was turned over to one big time until which was granted on Tuesday, July where arc they now? I hnvc never heard. Also had the pleasure of seeing Joe Warner, Robert Nunnclley, Wray Murphy and my old schoolmate. Hobart Arnold. I just snw the lntter Lincoln county boys by chance. They nrc nil looking good, well-feand happy. V ith thanks for the space if you enn spare it, if not, thnnks any way. Your friend, " "" Opportunity Doesn't knock at your door every day. The wise man takes advantage and ACTS when he sees it. It is a duty you owe to yourself and family to own your own home and quit slaving your life nway for the other fellow in paying rent that Is gono from you forever and never anything to show for It except worthless Read the following and you wilt find some Golden Opportunities cither as a home or good paying Investments. They nre REAL BARGAINS. No. 309 16 acres of land all In grass except garden. Has cottage, barn and all necessary outRight buildings. Plenty of fruit. miles from on pike and only 2 2 good town. A nice little home for some one and the price Is right, only $1,400.00 and terms easy. Look this one over. five-roo- e. "men-of-wa- rs No. .110 45 acres of land on good jiike and in thickly settled neighborhouse, hood. Has three-rootobacco barn and stock barn, csibs, smoke house, etc. All buildings and Well at fencing in good repair. house and big cave spring on place besides lots of other water. Splendid orchard of apples, plums, pears, Close to peaches, cherries, etc. school, church and stores. All of this place clnrrd and in grass or cultivation except about 12 ncres of good timber. The price on this place Is down f only $2,500.00, with and balance in one and two years. one-hal- 1 HO acres of good tobacNo. 311 Tobacco land. Hns three houses. co bam 3fixll4 feet and lfi feet to eaves. If, ncrei of new ground Just cleared. Two wells, sprint, ete. All fencing brand new wire fence. The 10 acres of new cleared land will pay for the whole place in crop of tobacco nnd then you will have money left. The price on this plnre is only $2,750.00 nnd terms right. This place is n money maker. If ynu nre looking for n good investment you need look no further. - . d ncres of land. Has residence, llnrn, etc. Well, springs, pond. Fencing fnirly good. About two miles from Stanford on dirt road. Price only Look nt this one and see $2,500.00. if you cnxy bent the price anywhere. No. two-stor- v 31272 nine-roo- W. D. Me. U. S. N. TWENTV-SEVE- BERLINS IN THE UNITED STATES 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.f I 1 Tuesday, August 27th The following live stock, feed, farming implements, etc. : head of mules, seven of them broko. I 1 11 Nice Feeders, 5 Good Yearlings, 11 Heifers, 10 Cows, 10 Calves, One Black Bull U , There arc no less than twenty-seve- n towns nnmed Itcrlin in this country. The United States is dotted with them. Ohio nlonc has four little Berlins. And there nrc almost as many Americnn towns named Bismarck as are named after our great Lincoln. Lawrence, Kans., Hamburg, hns a Bismarck grove. the grent Prussian port, has a namesake in twenty States. Eight American towns arc named Bremen, Hanover, eleven Dresden, twenty-twincluding ono Hanover in Knnsas. There nre even two towns named Kaiser. One is in Missouri and one is in Wisconsin, but evidently few people care to live in these two towns, for their populations are so small thnt after the wnr a lot of new State maps will be needed as nearly all these towns will be rechristened. o 17 ncres of lnnd. Three-roocottage, smnll bnrn, ete. Sev. oral fruit trees. Fine garden. Close to school, church and store, nnd in three miles of Stanford on good rond. Good well of everlasting wnter. About 7 ncres clenred nnd Imlnnce in timber. Fencing good. Price only $000.00 spot cash. m No. 3J3 No. 311 40 acres on pike. Thre. room house, small barn, hen house, smoke house, etc. Well fenced and c watered. 15 ncres clenred nnd in timber. Some very good timber. Price $1,000 nnd terms to suit nal-nnc- purchnser. No. 315 Nice cottage, bnrn and nil other necessary outbuildings and three acres of Ian i. Well right nt bouse and iplcndld spring on place. Lots of apples rnd cherries. This property located rirht in good town with splendid churohes and fine graded school, etc. Price only $2,250.00. If you wan a real nice small home with a little icreege nt right price this place will be bard to heat. No. 310103 ncres of fine lnnd. Splendid house and large barn. Well watered and fenced nnd most ill of this farm in grass. On tho best pike in the county and close to school nnd splendid neighborhood. An ideal home for some one nnd fbe price Is right. 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 GRASSLAND 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. MRS. MARY F. OWSLEY, Stanford, Ky. Col. John B. Dinwiddle, Auctioneer. m "THE AMERICAN'S CREED" in the United States of America as n Government of tho peo- nlc. by the people, for tho iiooplo; whose just powers nre derived from the consent of the governed; a democracy in a republic, a sovereign nntion of many sovereign States; n nerfect union, one nnd inseparable; established upon those principles of freedom, equality, justice and humanity for which Americnn patriots sacrificed their lives nnd fortunes. I, therefore, believe it is my duty to my country to love it; to support its Constitution; to obey Its laws; to its flng and to defend it against nil enemies." ENGINEER LOCOMOTIVE WRITES When tho kidpeys are not working properly, backncho, stiff Joints, rheumatic pains and suffering result. George McLnin, Turtle Lake, N. D., Writes: "I am a locomotive engineer. I had a bad pain In my back and my bladder action was very Irregular. I took Foley Kidney Pills and was relieved in a couple of days." Sold everywhere. "I believe ct The foregoing are only n few of the many propositions thnt wo have for sale. We have farms of all Bizes and prices and lots of town properties, us well as businesses for sale. .If you want to buy, come to sco us. If want to sell, consult us. We know that onr prices are right. Hughes & McCarty Offl Phon 180 152 and, 184 RwUtoci Phooet STANFORD, William A. Sears, of Earlham, la., recently refused $2,000 for a 14- months- - old son of Gertsdale Jones, Po the sensational and record-price- d land China boar. ,J KENTUCKY. V "." ' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, August 13, 1918. Page ihrea Experience with me, all hog ailments yield to MENS UNDERWEAR B. V. D. and Porutknit The Cool Kinds W. E. PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY DON'T LET THEM DIE ! ARE WE WORTH FIGHTING FORT From the columns of the New York Tribune we take n letter containing one of the few new and really pertinent questions relating to the war. Of course, the question Is ns old ns the hills, hut the asking of it hctokens a new courage and a new thoughtfulncss on the part of the questioner. Observe the letter: I heard an eminent divine in a church uptown recently. He brought out one thought that should not die within the walls of the sanctuary. After a vivid and personal description of the impression of his visit nnd talk to the boys at Ynphank, he said a thought that had forced itself was, "Were we worth dying Red Cross, the Y. M. C. A. and the other army adjuncts asked for money? Are we worth dying for? Are we worth dying for? Have we remembered every need of the boys who nre to Interpose their young breasts between us and the Hun? Have we been patient with our young officers, called suddenly from all walks of life to be the bulwark of our liberties? Have we given more than passing thought to the physical and spiritual welfare of those who go willingly to lay down their lives that we may live on in peace and security? Arc we worth dying for? Louisville Times. KINK TAIL over two years, have been using KINK-TAI- L have 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 BIOS SPENCER, fuel ilnel CHAS. C. HARRIS, Mm fHilltrt R. U. UrtDSEV, Bwrvkirj ANNUAL CONVENTION fori" Thousands of men are going across to make the great sacrifice, If necessary, nnd were we doing our part to make the sacrifice worth while? Lot you and other editors ask every man, woman and child to face that question squarely. Men arc going ncross by the hundred thousand. Arc you doing your part that you are worth dying for? No mnn, no woman, should neglect to nsk of themselves this question? Am I worth dying for? It seems nmnzlng amongst all the literature and oratory of the great war that this query should never before have been given nudlble voice. It is not concievnblc that many persons have not asked themselves something of this sort in their own hearts, but none has dared to give public expression of this most important question until now. Are we' worth dying for? Many a man and many n woman has uttered the foolirh wish to serve in the CHRISTIAN CHURCHES and BIBLE SCHOOLS LINCOLN COUNTY STANFORD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28 9:45 Devotions. G. W. Mills. 10:00 President's Address, H. G. Skilcs "The Condition of 321 f A RBOULAHLY ? r Commercial School INCORPORATED INSTITUTION GUTHRIE STREET, North of Poitoffice LOUISVILLE, Or LEARNING KENTUCKY VBMaaaaaaar!r,27v .tJaaaaaaaaaJBIirf.li 3aaaaMnTWfci3WfTWWPK L&WaWttW?.r't4rXrw 3VlBawik m - Trains young men and women for Business or Civil Service All who detire to qualify for either or both lines of positions. employment should write for full information at once. Our nible Schools." Cancer. 10:35 Missionary Education, T. II. Wright. 10:15 The Bulletin in Every Home, An excellent remedy for Llmbarneck, Roup, Capea, Cholera Howard J. Rrazeiton. Chicken Po, Diarrhoea, and other existing form of Poultry 10:55 SUte Worker's Message, Miss Cynthia Pearl Mnus-'T- he DilMiai. Ilible School and Christian Citizenship." 11:30 Convention Offering Cheerful and Liberal. 11:35 Koll Call of Schools by State Worker. for Our trnnnhnii ..'tinn tlidft ..'nil L'nniif Minn. 1 1 :50 Devotional Sen-icBoys at the Front. wns noi inp remotest possiniiuy or such a service. Naturally everyone 12:00 Adjournment for lunch. AFTERNOON vould embrace the opportunity to 1 :30 Devotions, L. N. Bowling. nt the (icrmnns this taku I have in stock One Pnpcc Silo Filler that I will sell much is easy. Hut have we begun to 1:15 Business Session (n) Secretary's Report, Miss devoto to our country and to the galEmma Hays. for lets thnn first cost, although the price on them has lant liovs who nre our defenders the (b) Committee Keports. unnlloved loyalty, love nnd devotion 2:30 "The Servise of the Church to advanced Twice since I bought this one. If not sold the Community," Carl Agee. to which thev are entitled? Are we 2MB "The Service of the Church to worth ilvini: for? privately before, will positively be sold at auction in the Nation," A. H. Baugh. Are we worth dying for? Have we Court-Hous- o brought forth the rubies of price nnd 3:00 "The Service of the Church to front of the at Stanford on next Monday the World," J. H. Moorman. the refined gold of our undrudging Conference by State Worker, (County Court Dny), at 3 O'Clock P. M. service to the country and its de- 315 Miss Maus "What Has the fenders? Have we done what we Convention Meant to Me, nnd W. P. KINCAID I could? What Will it Mean to My Have we prated of "giving" Church and School?" while lending money to our country upon unimpeachable terms of inter- 3:30 Adjournment. The Stanford School extends a est security? The I. J. is only $1.50 a year twice a week; $1 for once a week. backnnd "let Ocorge Haveit" we stood cordial invitation and urges every to when the chool to send representatives. do 10:20 Appointment of Committees. 10:2G Teacher Training, Prof. M. L. Gray's Poultry Remedv SEED BUCKWHEAT WE HAVE BUCKWHEAT RECLEANED FOR SEED HOME RAISED JAPANESE The New Stanford Drug Company " e SILO FOR SALE pot-shot- fl GET YOU A FEW BARRELS OF NAWHA SALT WHILE YOU CAN. JUST IN. a GENUINE FRESH KA- CAR J. H. Baughman & Co. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL $1.50 A YEAR! (I Saturday, Aug. 24th At 9 o'CIock A. M., I Will Sell At Public Auction FOR J. L. BUTLER lf 240' Acres o! Land. Also a Lot of Live Stock and Farm Implements ) ) ) Will be sold in TWO OR THREE TRACTS OF 100, 120 OR 140 ACRES, OR AS A WHOLE TO SUIT THE PURCHASER. TWp SETS OF IMPROVEMENTS. LOCATION Lincoln County, Kentucky, near the Boyle County line, 5 miles from Danville, 5 miles from Stanford, oi the short pike running from Danville and Stanford pike to the Danville and Hustonville pike, ope-hamile from the Danville and Stanford pike. DESCRIPTION This land is FRESH and FERTILE and in a high state of cultivation. Crops as follows: 65 acres in corn, 50 acres of wheat and barley, 3 acres of tobacco, 28 acres of hemp, 5 acres of cow peas and potatoes, BALANCE IN GRASS AND CLOVIR. SOD THIS YEAR NEARLY ALL THE LAND IN CULTIVATION BROKEN OUT OF BLUE-GRAS; 25 ACRES WILL BE PLOWED READY for the purchaser to sow in wheat or other small grain. o barn, cribs, ice house, dairy house, IMPROVEMENTS Bungalow of 5 rooms, porches all around; 7 large stock barn, stock scales, and other outbuildings. The other improvements consist of a 5 room bungalow, porches, 1 Metal acre tobacco and stock barn, cellar, smokehouse and other outbuildings. Cistern at each set of improvements. roof on both houses. Also n tenant house. Fencing good. DIVIDED INTO CONVENIENT FIELDS. Everlasting water in every field. Springs are all equipped with LARGE CONCRETE WATER TROUGHS. LOOK AT THE This land has been well taken care of and is ready to "PUNCH." SEEING IS BELIEVING. CROPS and be CONVINCED. The land is gently rolling and easily cultivated. Located on one pike and half GROWING mile from two main pikes, the Knob Lick pike and the Danville and Stanford pike. THIS FARM WILL SELL TO THE HIGH DOLLAR. READY TO CULTIVATE AND PAY FOR ITSELF. 1 S acre-tobacc- A Wheat, Corn, Hemp 1 1 and Tobacco Farm two-yea1 1 1 1 six-year-o- A LIVE STOCK AN D FARM IMPLEMENTS TO BE SOLD. Three fresh Jersey cows and calves; two Poll Angus cows and calves; I Holstein cow and calf; I Hereford cow and 5 fine r old cattle, calf, these cows are all d mdy milkers and fine butter cows. - 5 head of extra yearling and Duroc sows with five to eleven pigs each; 30 head of good stock hogs, 25 to 50 pounds; 35 head of stock hogs, weight coach horse, good worker; pair about 100 pounds; fine Duroc Boar and 8 brood sows ready to farrow; sixteen-year-ol- d mules, wagon and harness; gray mare mule, another extra pair of mules, wagon and harof extra good I Deering binder; mare mules; new cream separator, hog house, cattle troughs ness; pair of a lot or other things. and MONEY AND PRESENTS GIVEN AWAY AT THE SALE, DINNER ON THE GROUND. This will be one of the BIG SALES OF THE YEAR. DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24th, IS THE DATE. ld 1 1 1 1 1 Culti-packe- r, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. SWINEBROAD " . LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. w PafceEou The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, August THE 13, 1918. INTERIOR JOURNAL ( I i . C. Walton and A Few Words With You IF YOU HOLD ANY FIRST CONVERTED LIBERTY LOAN FOUR PER CENT. DONDS AND DESIRE THEM CONVERTED IN. TO 4 1.4 PER CENT. DONDS, 1932.47, OR ANY.- SECON LIIIER. '4 FOUR TY LOAN PER CENT. BONDS AN DESIRE THEM 4 Tnttrti J. H. Writ hi rHtfi,t at Ktmntnt, fr, titund tUti ma mtlttr. IA M Hot Weather Clothing SALE We will, for 15 Days, sell all our Summer Clothing at Greatly Reduced Prices. They consist of Palm Beaches, Cool Clothsf and Light Weight Summer Clothing. Also a big line of BOYS' SUMMER CLOTHING, Wash Pants, Palm Beaches and Linen. Men's Panama Hats, Straw Hats and Leghorns are included in this sale. CON. PER CEN1. VERTED INTO 4 1927-4?- , LEAVE THEM BONDS OF AT THIS BANK AND WE WILL FORWARD THEM FOR CONVER. COUNTY SION. THE LINCOLN BANK, NATIONAL "CORNER NEXT TO COURT-HOUSESTAN. ," FORD, KY. The Continental nnd Commercial nank of Chicago, which mnkos a specialty of gathering crop statistics, nnd which nrc generally more reli able than those issued by the Government, says tlint the wheat yield this year will exceed thnt of last by bushels, being 000.177,000 bushels in the aggregate, which with the increase in Argcntlnn, Cnnnda and Australia, insures that the armies will not need for bread for at lenst two years. The corn crop is somewhat short, but the qtinl-itmore than makes up for it. The potato crop is also short, said to be ns much ns 12,000,000 bushels losi than the record crop of Inst year. The bank adds that the farmers have done msrvclously under adverse circumstances, such as hnvlne labor drnlned by more attractive wages in industrjnl centers and the calling of young men to the colors. While nld-In- g the country in its most perilous time, they have also added largely to their own wealth and are enjoying most unprecedented prosperity. 258,-000,0nl-liy rt If "THE The I.cxingtdn Herald publishes the cock and bull story from Frnnk-foThe that the Stanley faction is tryHOW DO THESE STRIKE YOU? ing to piny the harmony racket with the Beckham faction, knowing that it is the only chance he has to ever be Men's and Ladies' Low Cut Shoes arc United States senator, to hold which included, You can save money now as office "he would give a leg." The 'CORNER NEXT TO THE COU HOUSE" program is when Lognn resigns ns these goods arc going higher every day. tax commissioner, Auditor Greene is Stanford, Kentucky to be appointed in his stead and Tom Rhea to be given the nuditorship. Stanley Is to throw his strength to Reckhnm nnd vice versa, both arc to I go to the Senate without opposition by Director General ; HERE AND THERE .. -i and the year of jubilee will come. As Anna Held, the actress, is dead in order effectivo immediately nn.l eliminates Ollie plying to all lines under government this arrangement New York City. HOUSE OF QUALITY" STANFORD, KY. James, it could hardly be carried out of a general in- control. j Announcement except In enso of his death, which, per cent in wages to nil crease of 10 Word has been received that John wo trust the Good Lord will forbid, employes of the Western Union Tel- W. Meek, of Catlettsburg, FOR SALE-- Syracuse reversible son of but which the looking at the stars In the sky MARRIAGES Frankfort scribe alegraph Company, belonging to the David Meek, was sulky plow In good condition J. II. killed in active leges is nlmost certain. This Will Cormney, a "Sammie," nnd With Col Noble sitting on his horse kind of association recently organized by the sen-icin France. He was a nephew Cnmrnisch, Stnnford iifi-a story helps some in these political- Miss Annie Messenger, of this count-t- y so fine company, has been made. The in- of the late Rev. 'WANTED TO RENT A smiiTI pphanias Meek, who ly dull dog days, were mnrried Monday. While the French colonel took a view but coming from the crease, retroactive from July 1, ap- was for so many years editor of the source it does, It would not be given farm close to town preferred. I) A. Sol Mirnclc and Miss Maude Shel-toat the line. plies to about 45,000 workers. Central Methodist. both of thi Kat End, were And there I remained until I wns fit. Uosley. Middleburg. Ky much credence even if there was IP Sale of liquor in railroad stations The unanimous consent agreement really something in it. SMALL RESIDENCE U'avthii joied in wedlock holy bonds on the Then they sent me to France, to do or on railroad trains was forbidden by I desire to rent which the Senate was to transnt once n residoneo eighth. my little bit. of or live act no business until August 24, Is A jury at Covington trying ConRobert Ilournc nnd Miss Grncie And when I arrived at the seldr mi 'vpll four Interior rooms. T. H. Hub. nt Journnl office. OQ.tf to be set aside and consideration of ductor DcRossett, of the L. and N.. Ilnllnrd. daughter of Mr ( M. wide MILK COW I fnv ,! 0Je the Administration's man pjwer bill under the espionage act. "took it to of the East End, were made onr I saw the big ships and the little ones of the LIFT OFF CORNS! lwst milk rows in Lincoln extending the draft nges from 18 to the Lord in prayer" nnd found him Monday. by their side; county. She is freh nnd line Sam 45 years will be taken Up next Mon- guilty, although the man protested Mrs, Ccrl A Carter mid son. Ewdin And the good women were there with M Oweim. llustonville. Ky. day. his innocence. A dictograph furnish- DePauw Carter, went to Mitchells-burtheir cheeks so rosy nnd red Doesn't hurt at all and costs COOK STOVE -- I Prospects for the establishment of ed the only incirimnating evidence this afternoon to visit Mr. nnd Ready to sorvo us with coffee nnd cheap, If taken at a few cents j only oijco, a Cn.Hii an Eastern front that will serously and that showed that the man had Mrs. n. n Carter bread. Cook Stove, No S. with four enp. .. tii,- threaten the Germans nnd Austrians made derogatory remarks noou' the i. t '. n,n.". They also had cigarettes, which th J II. The marriage of Mis Dora Mnr-forHill. Stanford. Ky. Magic I Just drop a littlo l'reivono are considered bright, it was made Red Cross and other war agencies fiT..tf boys liked so well and Dr. A. A. Hatfield, which on that touchy corn, instantly it stops known by Tl'RKKYS Twenty turk.y. ..toi-e- r will be interesting to note If such the State Department, aft- It How we appreciated them no tongue aching, then foil lift the corn off with hft my pUre or were stolen from er a proclamation issued by the "Su- a conviction on such testimony will took place in Frankfort, Ky , Saturcan tell. tio lingers. Truly! No humbug I preme Government of Northern Rus- stnnd the test of tin highest courts day morning came as a surprise to tho And I couldn't hardly tell it with my my home. Will give reward for their many friends of the contracting parreturn. Gntewood Heazley, sia" was given out. People of many Stnnpencil tonight To conserve the paper supply the ties. Miss Morford is the attractive ' provinces are ready nnd anxious to f.c.tf What I saw ns I sailod over, it wns ford. daughter of Mr. Thos Morford, of fight the Germans, nnd it is expected Government has issued nn order that FOR SALE I have for sale n pair n sight. lovable traiU that the Allies will"aid them by send- Sunday papers must cut their size this city, has many populnr among of As I silled over I had nothing to fear of uiules mare anil n 20 per cent. This is one good ef- character, nnd very ing ndditional forces. draft Dr Hut field For I knew the submarine chasers hore and a wide circle of friends Millions of horse. A German submarine operating off fect of the shortage. They nre good ones. J. W. were near. Bounds of good white paper is ruined is a very promising dentist, having When I got here I very soon the North Carolina coast has f found Hnughman. Stnnford. come to Danville several years ago launched a gas attack against the vearly in the printing of FARM LOANS llein now to nnd has a host of frionds here. After That Uncle Sam's boys had covered coast guard station and lighthouse funny colored supplements nnd other the ground. nrrnnge for our Jnnunry fnrm lonns. short trip Dr. and Mrs. Hatfield on Smith Island. The gas was re- matter ihat we should not think nny No loan will be at home to their many friends And here I nm now with my rifle and New plnn, nsk about It. leased from oil spread over the sur thoughtful person would ever read. in Danville. 0 knife fee charged D. A. Thomas, Advocate. face' of the water by the submarine. Looking for Germans to have a little Ky. f The boys at Cnmp Znchnry Tavjpr Herber Dniloy Huffman, son of Six men were overcome fight. by the ' I Huffman, put one CAlEO PIN EW near my have not had a chance at the kaiser Mr r." lumes, nut none or them is expected yet, our good but they have been getting in over on ms triends the other day by Withnnd so true, lieutenant, fo brne home on East Main street. Drown In .. Tit TVcMnnM Your dnimnst srils i to uie. UI1 tnc Virginia coast an color and n large round pin. their work on the pestiferous fly. stcnling off to Lebanon and marrying tiny bottle for a few cents, sufficient to American destroyer dropped seven-li- d They nre always ready nnd know for its return to me, or nt tho your feet of eiery hard corn, soft teen depth bombs in an effort to get Capt. Butts, of the medicnl Reserve one of that city's fairest daughter whnt to do. I. J office. Mrs. Ed. Davis, Stanford. or corn between the toes, and n:i sccn to rlse aml Corps there, reports that they caught 'in the person of Miss Rlanche Mar- When they say "boys get your guns" calluWs, without one particle of a, rn'd!n ,vias r and destroyed 125 pounds of flies guerite Isaacs, daughter of Mrs. Kate We t come up. the didn are going over the top to get us soreness or irritation. Fnezone is the during the month of July, which is Isaacs. The happy pair came on to TARM I desire to rent a small Qmcimuti genius. I discovery.! a v.J.ix a Hun. Buy a War Savings Stamp tobay. the next best thing to the Killing of Stanford and nrc pleasantly domiHut then we nre a little nervous, but fnrm. Would like ten of twelve Germnns. ciled a't the home of Mr. and Mrs. acres for wheat, 12 for corn nm! a glad of It too, Huffman, out on DanvlU- - avenui. We trnrden of some ncre or so. Joseph want to show those Huns whnt Fearing that he might get his de- The bride is a handsome brunette Hroughton, Crab Orchard, R. F. I). we can do. serts at the hands of nn assassin, the nnd is one of Lebanon's most popular When Sammies No. 1 lp .we get through they will nil For some time she brutal craven of Berlin who is caus young women. FOR SALE 15 good yearling know well ing thousands to suffer nnd lose their had been stenographer for the CumWhnt our Uncle Snmmie 1ms been bucks and lambs, Southdown nnd lives, has doubled his body guard. berland Grocery Co. Mr. Huffman Hnmpshlredown mixed. Also two trying to tell; nnother example of the wicked flee- is a steady young farmer and an ex And whun we get the kniser everyChlnn boars, wiight about 100 ing when no man pursueth nnd con- cellent young mnn. Moie-lanpounds. Henry D. Haughmnn thing will be well science making a coward. M-t- f Ky. Wo will return with n big storj to DEATH OF LITTLE GIRL , FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A tell. A brutal attendant at the Enstorn daughtRuth, tho And when I rtrturn won't it be sweet good brood mnro nnd colt for a good Lunatic Asylum beat a pitient nnd er of Mr. and Mrs. 15. I. Rlnnkinshlp. on being arrested was fined $20 and of the East End, died Monday nnd And the first thing I want is my milch cow or hogs. Mnro works well in harness. Colt about four month mother to meet. then discharged by the superintendwas buried at Preachersvllle today T. ent. This is pretty small punishment Tho little thing succumbed to a se- And won't it be tweeter to know that old and by Kontucky Gentleman.-D. New land. I enn say It for such n cownrdlv ofTeo but ! rious summer complaint. Much A GILT weighting about 100 seems it wns the imit under, the sympathy is felt for Mr. nnd Mrs. Thnt I nm at homo forever to stnv Sent In by Arthur Sander, Co K, pounds, came to my place some ten law. . Itlnnkinship in their loss. Sixth Infantry, American Expedi- days ago. Owner can get It by detionary Forcos, France. scribing property, paying for th" Favorable var news and the fnct Thn Interior Journnl SI. 50 a voar Ritymond Con-rac that they have a tax exemption and this CENT-A-WOR- D ADS keep Rowland. notice. p TROM A SON IN FRANCE have cauwed the 314 nor cent M(! hrrr r. mil wrt rarh Imii. rati Liberty Rends to go to $100 .10 Thev When I went to tho army groy wlih oM r no a I I,.. lhiiH ?S FOR SALr.' A ..Ii mm. had hoen down ns low an about 00 I thought it wns bad, snddlu HUNCH of stock hogs for sale. G. draft gelding, a registered The bst security in the world will For me to serve In the nrmv T Timberlake, Stanford, R. F. I). No. maro nnd colt, nnd n team of woik not likely lone have to go n bogging. This poor littlo lad. C' homes. All of these aro goo.l workr Hut the further I wont ers. Morgnn Smith Hnughman, StnnGCtaCJ SA. FOR SALE-r-OnTho better I liked nev DeLnvnl PIPE LINE BEING LAID rr.4i Sopnrator.T Stanford Cream- ford. Messrs. R. Y. llnllnrd, Monroe With all of my extra clotho. drilling No. 12 lilll FOR ery Co. Thompson and Tol Curliss, of and hikes. it decided SALE OR RENT liming to go Every man feels right with the world when Wnynesburg, who woro In town this The first camp I wont to I thought it FOR SALE An assortment, of 1 oHor for saletoorthe Soldier' Home, rent my house morning, said that the Cumberland was a whnlor, wearing a pair of Dutchess Trousers, which Pipe Lino Co. had begun laying plpo And the name If it was Camp Znrli perforated stamping patterns, ('nil lot with n small store house nt and 71 or writu Lock Hox G0R. lp Also five acres of additionare guaranteed ripping and against ary Taylor. from tho oil fields to Wnynesburg FOUND A bank book nnd other al bind. J F. Nnnce, R. R. 5. Stan, and thnt the greasy fkild would bo And whilo I wns there, I wns as hapbuttons dropping off. It 10 cents for a butvnluuhle papuis, marked II. II. Ho. ford, Ky. n flowing within 10 or 15 days. They py ns a lark. ton and a dollar for a rip." Buy them prd. Henry Eulmnks, Wnynchiir4', say that the dry weather Ii severely Rut soon I was sent to Chirknmnugs FOR SALE OR RENT MyTrop"-ert- y Ky Itouto No. 3. 3.1r) In Stanford. Injuring crops in their section. Park. rosidenct SEKI) WHEAT I have of of seven or eight rooms. Six or bevew And thure I drilled and n little too, W. O. Dilloy has been uppolntod And most wo did win panning review. Harvest King Seed Wheat. Will sell .acre of ground. Located corner Lo Superintendent of Terminals, Louis With our shoulder thrown birV, gan Avenue and Lancaster klreot. A for $Z.U straight or JZ.50 wle-inert- . Hairy Krjre Hubble, Phon No. 12. vary dcsirnbln hom. Possetwlo Oct. ville, vice J. D. Arbegust, aalgncd to And our heads up so high, thought w other dutiev. were JYou would hav !. F 1st. W. S. Fish, Stanford, Ky. SE.tf Lincoln County National Bank m-a- .. McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley e Ral-lnr- d, fr tf g lefFMil Ct Li d four-year-ol- d ra four-year-ol- d fil-li- d Ijin-enst- G5-t- Re-wn- nl CG-t- at I'o-la- d, d fen-tur- d, 05-2- 1 g nri-2- p c Tur-ncrsW- against is" Gu-l- at ROBINSON'S "lt at Two-ktor- y 1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, August 13, 1918. WITH THE CHURCHES Prnycr Meeting nt Knptlst church, Wcdncsdny evening at 8:16. Nov,, John C. Tnylor, of Cincinnati, prpached two Inspiring sermons nt the Hnptlst church hero Sunday, Preshyterinn Church Tlcv. A. A. Hlgglns, of Louisville, will preach nt the Presbyterian church, Stanford, Sunday, August 18, nt 11 o'clock. Union ' Page frv niiin Stop Lively! Curat Quit with'Gite-H- " The Great Age. Never Corn-Looaen- i '' '" '' '' 9 STATIONERY Have just received a Big Line of Symphony Lawn and Lord Baltimore Stationery. Let us supply your wants. Fail. FainlM. of the WMeh my step? What's the tie! I RO alonK "rlRht (Ids up without csro," even with corns, because I use AMs-Itthe painless, I tried corn remover. ways galore, until I was blue other ", BE PATRIOTIC AND DO YOUR PART , '", In Winning the, War, for Your Country By strict economy, by THE IDEAL MOTHER The woman Is the heart of the home. If she Is cross, miserable, nnd dispirited, there will be little life nnd true hnpplncss within. Let her do her pnrt, but let her refuse tc labor beyond her strength. A wise, tender mother is of more importance, than anything else in the world to The Lincoln The Catarrh Cannot Be Cured tfiiit Store com-Iirse.Vedl-rlii- Pharmacy never falls. Touch any corn or callus with two drops of Gets-It,- " docs the rest. It's a nnd "Oels-It- " relief to lie nble to stop cutting corns, making them bleed, wrapping; them up like pickaces and ualnic sticky tnpo nnl' salves. It removes any corn clei.r and clean, leaving the toe as smooth as our palm. You ran wenr thosn new shoes without pain, danco and be frisky on your feet It's great to use "Oets-It.- " Tlets-lt.- " the guaranteed, money-bac- k the only sure way, n ;r"to nt any druic store. rosts but MTd by li Lireu..: Co .Chicago, III. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy Mr nnd Mrs. Ceorge Owens spent by The Fenny Druir Store. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL A. C. Dunn, of Wilmoro, win In Monday at Mt. Vernon Miss Mamie Singleton is visiting Mlrs Annie Ashlock visited Lanthe city Snturdny. friends nt Eubnnks. MIm Minnie Woods N the truest of caster relatives Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. it, E. Gaines spent Mrs. A W. Smith, of Covington, Mis Jennie Hiiridrn, nt Luncn'tcr. Inst week nt Elixir Springs. Mr. Ilniley HolUclnw, or Certnr has been here the guest of friends. W. J. Ynger is here from Clove-lanMr. and Mrs Logan McCnll spent Creck.ls vinltinK hor dnuKliter, Mr. O., with relatives and friends. Sunday with his mother nnd sisters Mnrrthnll New Intnl. Miss Fnn Spnrks, of Mt. Vernon, is Mm. J. C. rioyil, of t.nun-1- , Mont . at Maretburg. the guest of Miss Hertn Jean Penny. Miss Vernn Lutes, of Danville, has h the Rlieit 5fMn. M K. Wilson in Mrs. C. II. Kerr, of the East End, been the guest of her grandparents, the MLSnlem section. was with Mrs. J. M. Kerr for a few K. Ilnrrin, of I.nncnter. Mr and Mrs John Lutes. Mrs. J days. Mr nnd Mrs. J. Frank Iln.ird, t wan here Fritlny returning from Ornb Miss Francis English, of RichOrchnnl Sprlpc. where she upont a Crab Orchard, were guests of hpr mond, spent the week-enwith Mrs. L. Kurdetr parents. Mr and Mrs.'S w eek. Stuart Cajson. Mr J. (' Coulter, wife and handAnnie Mrs. Kettle MrKlnnev Ml Miss Mnttie McClnry hns returned MeKinney nnil MIm Mnttle Pnxtnti some little "in, J. C. Coulter.Jr., of from u visit to her hister, Mrs W. A. left yesterday for n stiy nt Klixir Middleburg, were in the city Mnndny Ynger, nt Fonda, Ky. Mr O. P. Ncwland enme up from Sprint. Mr. T. C. Kail, of Shelby City. Is Mr. Sophie Carpenter, of Himton-ville- , Uuniside to nttend court Mnndnv. nml Col. Ceorce D. NVeather-ford- , As usual he was given the glad hand up today, making arrangements for Messrs .1 C Hunley and C. U. his removal to Stnnford in n few of Danville, were in the city Creer. of the Southern End of the weeks. Suttirdny. Mis Elizabeth Feeney, of Lexing NurKoK of county, were callers at this office Mr. nnd Mm ton. i the attractive guest of Judge thfc rmntv, left for h trip to Crnl Saturday Mr. S S. I'urcell. .i vnlued II. C. Rico and family Richmond Qrcbnnl Spring Friday. Ceorjre-twf the Ottawa vclinn or Reg!'' ' New. ilr. W. O. Conditio, of the hard-vr- t Hnckcastle. was here yetrday. dealMiss Jennie Xewland returned ing in cattle. Arm of .1. U Hitnolden. from a protracted iit to v Itobert Hurrfett, of Detroit, is vis- her sister. Mrs. L. C. Kel! nd in the city Frii!v at iting his parents, Mr and Mrs S Campbellsville twitl thin office n mil Mr. J. F Cummin of Cincinnati. L. Kunlett. and sisters. Mrs. J. Frank H Pre'ddinir Elder nnd Mrs wrft Sttndny here with Mm F. 1 Howard and Miss Sallie Kurdett Crrer. of Danville, spent several Mis N'nnnie Kennedy arrived from I'rwwn and I now the suet of rel Squire and Mrs W V Little Hock. Ark. Sunday to visit dnvs with t(vw at Cnil Orchard - Crinted went to her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. D. Ken- Fields a Hustonville. Mt Antninettin 'Mrs. Walton Crh Orchard Spring Saturday t nedy, and sister. Miss Mtiry D. Ken- morning E. CCntlottsbtire;leaves oendtho n to for Mm. nedy. ome time with her unend Mr. J. E Anderson, of Garrard few days with her sNter, Mis. A who W. I Kyhee, county, a valued patron of this Mims, who is indisposed. there. a caller at this office Mr. nnd Airs. E. J Aldridge and V II. Hudson and wife and naper, whs Rev. He came over to nttend daughters. Misses Esther and Ednn Mrx. J. 'K. Kinnaird, of Lancaster, Monday. Aldridge, of Covington, are guests of court were in the city Fridnv afternoon Mr Mr nnd Mrs. Ed Ballard. Jesie Stacg and Miss frgm Elixir .Spring', where Stagg are back from a prothey spent TTveek nr-Mr. J. M. Dunn and his sister. Mrs. W. Krnckett and fnmilv. tracted isit to the former's ilnucV- - J A Pruitt. returned Mnndnv ever-in- i Clmrlo of Christian rnuntv. 111., are here vi. er. Mrs. Willie Wileli.;r. at Coldr.-boro- . from Knnxville. where thev wen N' C. They had a most delightitinj; the family of Mr K. C. Spoon-more- , visiting relatives. Thev report a de nnd other friend. They drove ful trip. Hirhtful trin. hnvinir rone vi.i FrankMiss Kntherine Anderson has ac- lin. Kv , Xnshville and fhnttanoogo through in their handnome Stude-hake- r cepted a position with the Ohio touring car. as her Miss' Ruth Snears had M Watt Hardin Sa'l-- o. of Hnr I'hoto Co . nt Camp Sherlrtnn. Mont- house cuests week Mises Flon-ni- e I. J. rodiburtr, wm in Wmhintiton the gomery, Ala., and orders the Carson, Elizabeth Childress. MaMiss Anderson has other ilny for the purpose of olTerinjf sent her there McCormick tilda Roll. Lillio II shown much talent as a photographer hid service to the Covernment. Kntberine Murphv and Josephine as he is a constructing enii-nce- r nnd her friends lire sure she will Nunnellev Rieil Thomas make good in this place. he wants to ko into the Roll, John Murphy and James Department where he in hest Mr. D. L. Young, who was reared McCormick. Washington Cor. in the Highland section of the counqualified to serve a wire Mr L R Hughe? roc-ie- d AdvocHte. ty, but who now resides in the hust- Mondnv nfternoon tatin his Sam J. Emhry has been down in ling city of Los Angeles, was n call- nenhew, Enrl Cnrtor, wn of M" ind this, office Fiidny, wiicn he reWashington county looking after the er at Mrs. Ernest Carter, of Evnnsville, sports who have been dynamiting newed his I. J. Mr. Young has done Ind had been oporsted on for fih. He made three nrrost and the well in the business world since leav He stood the operation trials will be held in the next tiny of ing Lincoln county but looks forward nicely, but wns very siik from the so. Mr. Emhry Is making nn excel- to his occasional visits back home. anaesthetic when the telegram was lent district gnmc warden nnd the "Enclosed find our subscription for sent. Enrl left here with his parfollow who escapes his vigilant eve the Interior Journal, our time having ents some ten dnvs ngo, nfter spend has to go some. expired and we do not like to mlstt ing severnl weeks with his Mr. C. W. Htiirnn nnd family, who n copy for it is like n visitor from our Mis. Jtilin Hughes, and the have been spending the summer at old home nnd keeps us in touch with uncle mentioned nbove. Later A Crab Orchard where Mr. Hugun has old friends and relatives in our home wire received this morning stated been assisting in the nuinngoinent of county While we like the spirit of that voting Carter is doing the resort, will return to Lebanon tho West and Us progressivenesa, 1 He has t!ll our thought, often wander to the soon after September rented the lesidence of Mrs. Mollie hi'ls and dales of dear old KenTEACHERS INSTITUTE J. Iluckner on Enst Main Htreet nnd tucky," wriNs Mrs J E. Carson The White Tonohor.s' Depnrtment will occupy iL Lebanon Enterprise. f mill I'oncn City, Oklahoma. il nnd will be corn-removd 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 oilr Great Country. Com, Simpls CdI Slop Ui.We IWCetoJiT No In tho fnco nnd red In the toes moro for me. Use "Oets-It.- " 't with I.OCWT. APPLICATIONS, k. they cannot reach tho rent of tho disease. Catarrh U a lo il dlseare. greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions, and In orJAr to cure It you must takn an d Internal Hall's Catarrh Medicine ts takm Internally nnd acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. Hall's Catarrh .Medicine was dom nnd love. physicians of finscribed by one for the Ixat It is n this country d years. of some of the best tonk'a known, combined with some of the btt blood LITTLE DOINC IN COURT purifiers. The perfect combination of e In the county court Monday the tho Ingredients In Hall's Catarrh Is what produces such will of Mrs. Nancy Edee Johnson was results In catarrhal conditions. wonderful Send for probated, leaving her property, val- testimonials, free. CO., Props., Toledo, O. I J C'HKNKy & All DruRRlsts, ;Cc. ued at about $2,000, to her three children. Some routine work was Hall's l'amlly rills for constipation. also nttcmled to, which constituted Let the I. J. supply you with enthe day's business. graved cards. young children. Let every mothtr trnln herself to n wise neglect of unimportant things thnt she may be ti her own the embodiment of sym pathy, hope, gentleness, charity, wis DR. J. W. WEBER Chiropodist ni-- Kentucky State Fair Louisville BuniorC "' i", September SEPTEMBER 8 - 9-1- 4 Foot Doctor All Diseases of the GRAND SUNDAY PRELIMINARY PROGRAM Thavlu's Band of 40 World Famed Soloists Chorus of 300 Voices Two Flights by Ruth Law IW.OCOOO Total Premium $78,000.00 Deef Cattle Show Saddle Horse Stake $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $10,000.00 Fstted and Feedlnrj Cattle Show $19,000.00 Feet Cured OFFICE AT RUTH LAW AUTO POLO Sport Thriller Aerial Queen De Luxe Hippodrome Show Magnificent Send for Catalogue MM AUTOMOBILE RACES World's Crac-- Drivers Special R. R. Rates Mlday HUNN HOUSE, lvi Fount T. Kremer, Sec'y Republic Building, Louisville, Ky. n sub-rrll- Ijin-ftmlei- . f9tt9O0teti5G99GO96i& Administrator's and Surviving Partner's Sale Of Land A ersoea! 0 kwi 'wwjjji-'i-li'jw- i juk1 Jj'.imnuru-f.a-n- j r ohtaml, itr. 1 Estate H. C. Baughman, as administrator, and Collins Moore, as surviving partner and as agent of the other heirs of David Moore, deceased, will on El'r-nbet- h Wednesday, Sep. 4th well-improved .9 lat Me-sr- Eniri-neerin- u 'it 0 grnnd-motho- r. o e m m "SXD g ii I U, 1 .Welch's Awn W& I, f 'lf ' ' m " Crnded Institute held in Stnnford beginning, August 20tli First meeting nt the Graded school building, 9 A. M. Prof. M. L. Can-ee- r, genernl malinger. The Colored Teachers' Institute will be held jointly with the colored teachers of Gnr-rnr- d county in Lancaster, beginning August -- Hli. Garland Singleton, Siiperiiitendeiit. m OG-- 9 at the late home near Shelby City, in Lincoln county, Ky., sell at public outcry his land and personal estate. blue-gras- s d The land consists of a and farm containing about 268 acres of land, adjoining the old Shelby farm, known as "Arcadia;" also a small body of knob land. The land will be offered in two or more parcels and then as a whoKi 9 the bids realizing the most money accepted. 3 The personal property consists of 0 milch cows and calves, one bull; 12 yearling heifers; 14 yearling cattle; pair sorrel m year-ol- d mules, 3 and 4 years old; pair yearling horse mules; 3 brood mares; I pair Percheron draft mar.es; about 20 sows and pigs; and all tools and farming implements, found upon any well conducted farm, consisting of mowers, binders, wagons, manure spreader, ' wheat drill, plows, one-hal- f interest in No. 5 Dick cutting box, "Blizzard," with 5 h. p. F. engine, one set blacksmith tools, buggy etc. Also 1,000 bales mixed hay, 500 bales wheat straw, some household goods. Also model 37 Buick automobile, cream separator, 75 breeding ewes, 25 long yearling cattle. cash, remainder in Terms of sale. Land will be sold for equal payments, one and two years from Jan. , 1919, with interest at six per cent from Jan. , 1919, and evidenced by four notes, payable to Lincoln Trust Co., and secured by lien on land. Possession for seeding purposes at once and full possession January m well-watere1 1 1 1 1 I 1 one-thir- d 1 1 9 - t.- - hi' '' T?y The Kiddies Favorite Tounfain The Penny Drug Store SOME TOMATOES THESE The Interior Journal's friend, Mr. C. V. Gentry, sends to its editors, this morning n lot of tomatoes of his own ruising that are the finest and largest setfn In this rettion. Mr. Gentry is not only n crnrkerjnclc gardener, but linn tho peculiar faculty of knowing what n newspoper man likes, as well ns hirt Innbiliiy frequently to gtl what h life-long ly Personal property. All sums of fifty dollars and under cash; over that sum, note with good personal security, payable January I , 1919, with six per cent interest from day of sale. Purchasers . of land or personal property to pay all or any of notes on or before maturity. Collins Moore, now residing upon the farm will be glad to show , land and growing crops to any prospective purchaser. v M. Sale will begin 0 o'clock A. JOHN B, DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. THE RED CROSS LADIES WILL FURNISH DINNER 1 I, 1919. ( want. PKC S IX 1 he Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, August 13, 1918. INSIDIOUS HUN PROPAGANDA Encouraging tho feeling that the war will soon be ended, now that the Yanks nre In the field in force and taking the offensive, is one of the most insidious and effective forms of present day Hun propaganda. And almost every day you hear it, in most cases unconsciously being put forth. For tho average penon who advances this idea, and possibly really believes it, is unconsciously playing the Hun game. He is just as unconsciously a Hun lctlm; one who is later to be rudely nwakened, disappointed nnd possibly disheartened. Which is exactly what tho Hun propagandists desire The end of the war isn't in sight by any means. Only in one short sector along tho Swiss border is the fight on German soil. Twenty-eigh- t thousand defective Danville Business School raincoats wcro rejected., in New York warehouses where Federal A Practical Butintti Educatlort Absolutely Nacettary To grnft probers arc rclnspecting the Succttt. garments, more than half of which have been found defective. A numDanville Business ber of employes, one a United States army officer, and seventeen manufacSchool G'ves Tliis turers face Federal charges as the of the investigation and com- For Catalogue and Information Ad- result drata plaints of Gen. Pcnhlng that the raincoats sent tho men In France D. B. HARRIS, Principal, were of poor material. D.nTlll., Ky. At-au- ra HOOD LOSES FIRST BOY BIG FLUOR SPAR MINE Hood River, Or., Aug. 8. (SpeHyrd A Drake, of New York City, cial.) -- Tho feody of lieutenant W. L. Canon, ion of Mr. and Mn. J. who have recently purchased from 200 aero farr.., K. Canon, will be brought here from the Dean hcln their near Cummin's Ferry, on Kentucky Fort Sill, Okla., where he was killed have now gone to yesterday in an aeroplane accident river, for 2G,000, work on active preparations for fluor The father today received a message mining and milling. Col. T. T. from another son, Lloutenant Joe K. spar Denn will be their labor foreman, ofCarson, Jr., an instructor at an was in Harrodsburg Monday ficers trnling school at Camp Joseph and he looking for hands. The Nicholas-vlll- e E. Johnston, Fin., announcing he will Construction Company will at be here to attend his brother's funonce begin the erection of camp eral. .Another., brother, .Corporal John buildings to take care of 80 workCarson, of Fort Worden, Wash., also men. The company's plan Is to place will be homo for tho service. In operation $250,000 worthof maLieutenant Canon, aged 24 ye at, which has already been was one of the most beloved young chinery, Like the Chinn mines the men in this vicinity and made a new company will ship their products steady progress, following his enlistMadisonville, Ind., where ment early last year. Death, how- by river to they will be placed aboard cars. The ever, ended his ambition of getting three veins opened on the farm nre into actual battle against the Huns. pure fluor spar. Mr. While hero on a furlough Jft't very rich in C. E. Rankin, of this city, is the atmonth, he expressed hope of being torney. It is Mr. Dean's understandsent to France toon., utiliz"He was engAged in a hazardous ing that this fluor spar will be ed In mnklng poisonous gases for the occupation," said the father today, govenrment. With the addition of "and we had tr?ed to prepare will shock. Hut this new mining enterprise, it for just such a place the number of men in the parents can't do that. Wo grieve. His mother is heartbroken, but we county employed in that line of work arc proud in the knowledge that our at n very considerable number. first child given in death answered Harrodsburg Herald. his country's call." Dr. M. J. Skiff has sold his office, The news of the young officer's death has cast n pall of grief over the in the Abdo Essi block, nnd his residence on East Water street, to Dr. community. Lieutenant Carson, who at the Rallou, and he and his family expect time of his enlistment, was engaged to move to North East, Pa., where he in electrical work at Eugene, was nn owns n farm. Tho deal was consuminventiveenjug, and .several appli- mated last week and a part payment ances for airplane safety, invented was made to bind tho bargain. Dr by him, had been adopted by the fly- Skiff is to store his household goods in the residence of J. II. Kracmer ing service. The above is taken from a Hood and remnin here longe enourh to get River, Oregon, paper. "A Friend" nffnirs settled and Dr. Bnllou nnd adds the following: "Lt. Canon, who family will move here soon from Tohas lived in Hood River Sor the past ledo. Dr. Bnllou wns located at 14 years and whom we are so proud Gray town for a number of years to call 'our boy,' was born and spent where he is very highly esteemed. his fint ten years of life at Huston-vlll- While we regret indeed the loss of nnd he had never forgotten his Dr. nnd Mrs. Skiff nnd Thclma from our citizenry, our best wishes go 'old Kentucky home.' "The body of Lieutenant Canon with them. We extend the hand of . will be brought to Hood River by his hearty welcome to Dr. Rallou and friend Captain Neville, nnd will be his family. Ottowa County Exponburied with military honors at this ent, Ook Harbor, O. place August 9th." Allied troops nre entering Russia John W. Garrett, American Min- to help nnd not a foot of territory i? ister at The Hauge, has been desig- desired, the Russian people arc told nated to represent the State Depart- in n declaration published nt Vladiment and to head the mission of the vostok, Murmansk and Archangel by United States which will meet Ger- British Representatives. It is stnted man delegates at Berne, Switzerland that there is no intention of imposwithin a month to discuss the treat- ing a political system upon Russia, ment and exchange of prisonen of which must work out its own form of government. rar. pur-chase- d. our-helv- es c, VACCINATE I am prepared to vaccinate for Aa thrai, Black Leg, and all other tock diseases. JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, Pkoae 204. Stanford. Ky. The POSTED I Germany still holds nearly all of Belgium, a great broad section of Northern France, thousands of miles of Russia, and her control of the Balknn is absolute. Before the end can come all this must be wrested from her. The finish must be fought out on Ucrman soil! Uncle Sam Isn't deluded. Neither is England nor France. Nowhere is preparation for greater effort thati ever before diminishing. Uncle Sam Is planning right now to raise $10,000,000,000 for tho next year's war expense. Planning to increase the nrmy to 5,000,000 men. Getting ready to carry the fight home to the Hun. So don't be deceived by this talk of nn early finish. Don't throw up the sponge before he reaches the Rhine. Whenever you hear talk of this sort, explain what it means. And meantime strengthen your savings account for the Fourth Liberty Loan. Hun-inspir- Secretary Baker Friday proposed AUCTIONEERING new draft regulations under which the Government would do the select- I can get you highest prices for your ing rather than the men. Mr. Baker 'and, stock, crops or household foods. said men with dependents often hesthrough patriotic motives to itated Sale Cried Anywhere ask for deferred classification. It is to obviate thts that the proposed reg- JOHN B. DINWIDDIE. Mr.U4. ulations are urged. Mr. Baker discussed the situation Friday with the Senate Military Committee. Do you We, whose names are hereto attached will permit neither hunting, fishing no rtrctpasslng of any kind on our property, and those guilty of doing such will be prosecuted to the full extent of tho law: J. C. Fox A Son; Fox Duddcrar; M. D. JEhvore. 35 lights $250.00 lights, $300.00 CRAY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS 60 Light. 60 We guarantee them, so you are protected against any suspicion of their weakness. Strongett and absolutely beit, and within reach of all farmen 26 lights, f 175.00; CO nlghtT Sanol Is Stanford, Kentucky, surely the best for nil kidney or bladder troubles. Sanol gives relief Office in Lincoln County National Bank Building. la 24 hourn from all backacho and Phone 188 guaranbladder troubles. Sanol Is a teed romedy. COc and $1,00 a bottle ear, Genito-UrinnrPelvic, Rectal and Skin. at tho drug store. Eves Sclentlflclv tcatnt! ami trlnaa. cs kilfully prescribed. y, ret up at Dr. J. G. Carpenter W. K. WARNER Stanford, Ky. DEBTS COLLECTED col-lec- K11X THOSE FLIES Account,, Note,, Claims of all kind collected anywhere in the t. world. No chargaa unlet! we Reference: Farmer National. Aalc about ut. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY CONSULTATION and iURGF.RY Undertaker Embalmei -- HSftM wm-'tVMrr(BJB.I a? R : rssw: r E afBHBJ i Don't delay moment la ridding rour homo of dangerous dlv ay U to Someritt, Kjr. Office; Room 7 Masonic Building. MCTwafHtV Th 1 ort tiller them common-wrw- aniUry rthi iwit. " iut fllra To the Public: TI I reprearni the largMl tad txtl made I ertfrr clothing boat lu thU rountrr Hi r. I'ri't n4 C:, Chief, lit. Mr Dtrlrnre In tnrarorlrjf and directlnr th m.k nf nt your cloth. a, flvea in. the adtaBttif i?.r An who ti aol a Drartirat tailor It yon trill ei?. in your order. I wtU promise yon qnarr dral Too will worth ot your nonry. .ilh.r In th. cn.aitrtl grade or tt tigntr porra. ft I I Olae rM( J. C. McCLARY 1ST 13 Vamplro l a pure TrertaUe powdrr, It, la absolutely barmleas to mankind and mh&& .... V WW Hob, Tkoea St animal, but It SureDeathtoSuchlnsectsas (lire, raotha, moequltoea, bnt buua, cck kfoachr. f Iran, animal ami plant lice, anl, tic. CantriUMr In any lorn toith tttrirct aafrtr. Cornea In a Detent bellrma boa that it handy and iraayioruar. . V 11 J SPRING AND SUMMER Seizure of four more enemy-owne- d corporations with a total capitalization in excess of $2,000,000 wns announced by A. Mitchell Palmer, Alien Property Custodian. The companies will be sold nt public miction. Army officers see in the allied victories in the Aisnc-Mnrn- e sector nnd in Picardy n gigantic turn of the tide which will force the enemy back to his old lines before the winter sets in Some declared that one of the decisive moments of the wnr, perhaps the beginning of the final battle, was rapidly approaching. H. C. ot lampWa la now ready f.r roar la Tan now and let m. ahow yon taction line I I. . Crescent Heights Stock RUPLEY,.;: I J. L. Beailey & Co. jlRj. VREjP? 1HB ' jm ' fTETi im Get a package today price 10c V 3 ft "J 'Farm Aberdeen-Angu- s Undertaker Embalmei Phorie 42, Stanford. Kv Southdown Sheep, Duroc.J.ne, Hog, oodlines is hl of these famous represented in breeds. IlTeh. class individuals for sale at all times E. V. CARSON R. F. D. No. B Stanford. Kentucky Cheaper than Paris Green Green for Potatoes, Tobacco, Etc Harmless to men and Cattle animals. I ' bt HARRY N. JONES Groceries and Meats, Stanford. Ky. Land. Stock, Crop And Farming Implements of Haggard King At Public Auction. Thursday, Aug. 15 AT 9 O'CLOCK, A. M., In Garrard County, 4 Miles from Lancaster, Fall Lick Pike DESCRIPTION: 136 acres, level, fertile, high of conveniently fenced, everlasting water. ful lawn, large shade trees, fine orchard. Eight-roo-m state cultivation, no waste land, well and brick house, two halls, three porches, beauti- -' An ideal home. TO SEE THIS EXCELLENT FARM IS TO WANT TO OWN IT Large stock barn, tobacco barn, cribs, sheds, poultry houses and yards, and all necessary outbuildings. 40 acres in corn, I acres in tobacco, balance in grass. 1 .. at once, or January 1 A TRACTOR FARM 'J - . . K Will be sold in different tracts, or as a whole, and with or without the crops, and possession , 1919, just to suit the prospective purchaser. Will be sold on easy terms. I pair of STOCK: mare mules, eight-yeaold horse, I driving mare, 3 Jersey cows and calves, 2 red cows and calves, Hereford cow and calf, one Poll Angus bull. FARMING IMPLEMENTS: Avery tractor, with gang plows, 2 e wagons, 2 riding cultivators, section harrow, mower and rake, wheat drill, 'check e cultivators, 2 row planter, 2 buggies and harness, 3 plows, one manure spreader, a lot of chickens, wagon harness, plow gear, and everything used on a good farm. A lot of timothy hay, clover hay and baled straw. DINNER SERVED. PRESENTS AND MONEY GIVEN AWAY. This land will certainly sell to the high dollar. A fair, square deal and no When I offer land the purchaser fixes the price and I always sell, so come and get a bargain. Land values are still on the increase. For further particulars inquire of 1 r- four-year-o- ld I o ( ( 1 two-hors- disc-harro- w, culti-packe- r, 40-Oliv- 2 ,. o n, 1 one-hors- er ) a, V u o by-bidde- rs. c Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, KENTUCKY ' -- t - - -- ,.,... .,;,,- - -- wairjajHCt ' , The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, August i PORK AND BEANS 13, 1918. Pge3evea JUST RECEIVED A Car-Loa- ! d of Fordson Tractors Two of These Trac tors Will Be Allotted to Lincoln County DONT LET SOME ONE ELSE GET IN HIS ORDER FIR ST The Danville Buick Co. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY L. B. CONN, Prop. i.ii.i.iii.... Walnut Str..t, Phoa. 788 .. ...i GENTLEMEN! Stop in and look at our "Corn Cutter." A Money Maker and a Time Saver. Ask those who have used them. W. H. HIGGINS. A Few Choice SEE US and Desirable Town Properties Farms For Sale Dinwiddie & Owens Morcland and Hustonville CAR-LOAD The Poland China Boar, Buster GOVERNMENT SENDS AN URGENT CALL Over, champion at the 1917 Indlsna mnkes State Fair, was recently sold for e The President of the of the $3,000. farm that contribute to military ef- Commission recently wired! "Need for stenographers and typ ficiency: "Where roml work Is to be done, ists at Washington grows more acute J. M. REYNOLDS like that of a lumber enmp, for in dally. Increase effort all possible." The Government and business con itance, the most popular food is WAYNESBURG- UNDERTAKER. pork and beans. The Allied nations cerns arc short five hundred thousand BOTH BLUE GRASS are engaged In n work that requires bookkeepers and stenographers, and We carry a large and complete stock arc offering beginners salaries never of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. hearty, nourishing food In great AND KNOB FARMS -- : quantities. As they enter the fifth before heard of. Phone: Fanners' line No. . The Government drafted our Civlt- - Woodstock line No. year of the war there Is no more cheering ncvsthnn that the supply Service Bookkeeping Set, and about Let ma know by letter or card and EIGHTY-FIVper cent of the GovI will come and litt and (ell your of pork and beans will not fail them. LISTEN farm for you. I have a lot of Pro,, "Our ordinary production of beans ernment's stenographers write the Buyers no and Is about 10,000,000 Wouldn't you like to live in pective for ma tonow your It ts for bushels. Hut shorthand system that wc teach tell farm trouble Is in the war now and beans THE BEST evidence that our courses the midst of good churches, you. Will Hit farmi anywhere with America arc a military necessity. Production arc THE BEST. good schools, good people and In SO mile of Wayneiburg. s' Take, BY MAIL, our has been nlmo-- t doubled, and the If so see Bookkeep- shade? 1918 forccant Is for n crop of nearly In addition, ing Course of our Simplified Short20,000,000 bushel.--. B. L. FAGALY there Is a considerable acreage of hand Course, the latter course consisting of THIRTY LESSONS, and AT STANFORD, KENTUCKY soy beans, which are more nutritious WAYNESBURG. KY. than the navy variety. Here is some- - wc guarantee you from 8B to $125 a He Has a Nice Home For You. thing to cheer the fighters, from mine month as soon as you qualify. Money Two hundred to fnrpo and shipyard to those In back if not satisfied. thousands satisfied, . money-makin- g the field and trenches. TREASURY DEPARTMENT "Pork "must form a large propor former students. Clip, fill out, and following coupon: tion of the supply of meat. At no send us the Office of the Comptroller of The Currency COUPON time since the world crime bejran ha? COLLEGE, DRAUGHTON'S the American pork supply been more Nashville, Tenn.t promising. No definite statistics are Washington, D. C, July 29, 1918. Send me, FREE, your book on asyet available, but wc have the Home Study, and tell me about " Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the surance of the Hurcnu of Animal Inyour new plan of tcsehir.g the results of the pig undersigned, it has been mado to appear that dustry that the plan whereby It Is EASY to learn, propaganda have been satisfactory BY MAIL, Bookkeeping, ShortTHE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK OF That propaganda last year looked hand, Penmanship, etc. This no STANFORD cent increase of forward to a Ifi per tice was clipped from the Interior hogs this year. That would mean In the City of Stanford, in the County of Lincoln, and Journal, Stanford, Ky. Private reports 80.000.000 head. Yours truly, State of Kentucky, has complied with the provisions of say there is an unusual number of pigs growing this year, which apparthe Act of Congress "to enable National Banking As(Name) ently confirms the bureau's statesociations to extend their corporate existence, and for ment. other purposes," approved July 12, 1882. "That number of hogs would re(Address) Now therefore, I, Thomas P. Kane, acting Compquire, with other feeds, 800,000,000 troller of the Currency, do hereby certify that bushels of corn. All signs now point Tom Davis, William Spilman and to n corn crop above 3,000,000,000 P. S. Ncalc bought this week 385 THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK bushels. Rains in the past week have acres of land in Nelson county from In the city of Stanford, in the county of Lincoln, and helped it. It Is growing rapidly, and Charles White. The tract is in three rains with warm weather, but not in- miles of Ilardstown, on the SpringState of Kentucky, is authorized to have succession tense heat while it is tasseling, are field pike, and a very beautiful piece for. the period specified in the amended articles of the forerunners of good earing. The of farm land. The price paid for it namely, until close of business on July 29, crop Is early, which assures that it was $120 an acre. This makes Mr. 1938. will be ripe before ordinary frost Neaie interested in 1,250 acres of dates. Out of the prospective crop land in Nelson county, which has cost In testimony whereof, witness my hand and seal of requirements can be him from $100 to $140 an acre. He the office, this 29th day of July, 1918. eailv met, and nil otner demands tells the Hcrnid that the same land T. P. KANE, tumbled. in Mercer county would bring from 'Allied populations will be sup- $150 to $250 nn acre. Harrodsburg Acting Comptroller of the Currency. plied with necessary .meat and fats, Hcrnid. Extension No. 3426. Charter No. 5132. and the soldiers fed on nourishing food. other food and feed With Buy n War Savings Stamp tobnv. crops promising good returns, there will be sufficient of everything to upplement the generous supply of rork and boans, which, in military terms, must menn victory." The Wnll Street Journal Ibis comment on product CMl-Servlc- Want 200 Farms To Sell R TO THIS eight-week- Monroe Thompson pnrk-makin- g OF Old Hickory Wagons JUST RECEIVED E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford ! Attention Auto Owners Stop That Leaky Radiator We make your old ones Hood as new. We sell (he Copper King Spark I'lug, guaranteed the life of your car. We have the agency for the Swinehart Tire, 'guaranteed tor 5,000 miles. We carry in stock all kinds ot ol Auto Accessories, Standard Gasoline, 28 cents the gallon. Wc sell all grades "Mobile" Oil. Call and see us. Radiator Repair Shop, 3rd St., Danville, Ky. THE GOOD SHIP "LIBERTY LOAN" German's submarines have taken tremendous toll of the Allied ocean shipping during the Inst two years, merchantman, nrmoured cruiser or fishing smack, they have all looked alike to the Huns. Red Cross ships have been sent to the bottom; women arid children have been shelled in lifeboats. With them nothing has been respected. All that came their way has been fair game; it has been open season ever on the high seas for every variety of craft. will be able Hut no German to stay the progress of the good ship "Liberty Loan." lifeboat of the world's civilization. Very shortly the "Liberty Loan" is to put forth once more. It will be a short voyage but a tremendously important one to the liberties of the world. It must be a triumphant one. It must end with the bands playing and the colors flying proudly from the mnsthead. No Spanish galleon of the olden days ever carried such a wealth of treasure as the good ship "Liberty Loan" must bring safely into port. And all of us, for our honor, our through country and our the years to corns, must take part In this greatest excursion the world has ever witnessed. Get ready, folks, to get aboard. Get your badge of loyalty early. You can not nfTord to be left. self-respe- ale Stock, Crop, Farming Implements, Household and Kitchen Furniture Having Sold My Farm, I Will on Thursday, August 29, 1918 Beginning at 10 A. M., At my place on the Hustonville & Liberty pike, One Mile South of Hustonville, sell tie following described property: 26 head of Mules 5 aged work mules, 21 coming all broke; mare and colt. 16 head of heifers, weight about 700 pounds, six feeding steers, weight about 800 pounds; seven good milk cows; ten head of calves; 15 extra good stock ewes. 100 bushels of nice" Marvelous Seed Wheat. Several hundred bales of nice Timothy Hay and 700 bales of bright, clean straw. four-year-old- s, ed HOME FOR SALE ! SAYS CHEMIST IS PUBLIC BENEFACTOR "Being a doctor, and suffering for many years with stomach trouble, I feel I can not do pustlce to so great n public benefactor In writing. Mryr's Wonderful Remedy Is everything you have claimed for it. I can now cat and relish victuals I have not dared to eat in many years. Am feeling like newly born." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes tho catarrhal mucus from the intestl-nn- l tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. 'One dose will convince or money refunded. The Lincoln Pharmacy; The Penny Drug Store. Tho Stithton cantonment is to be the largest military camp in the country. It is to bo built at a cost 50 Barrels Old Corn, 100 Bushels. Nice Shelled Oats. Lot of Farming Implements, including Tobacco setter, power hemp gasoline engine and grist mill and corn brake, crusher, combined, hemp cutting machine, riding turning plow, 2 2- - horse wagons and all kinds of wagon harness, one buggy and harness. on Logan avenue in Stanford, Ky. This is without a doub't, one of the best Cottage Homes in Stanford. Has Six Rooms, Two Porches (the back porch being latticed" and screened), Splendid Dath Room, and all modern conveniences. Large Lot, splendid new Barn, excellent s Poultry House and all other necessary Garden, first-clas- that will necessitate! my being from home for the greater part of the time, I have decided to sell my Home, situated Having closed a contract with a Tobacco concern Undertaker and Funeral Director iii.' A. B. C. Dinwiddie outbuildings. The whole house throughout, and must be seen to be want a chance at it, call phone 199 come and look it over. Phone 199 . newly painted appreciated. If you for appointment and is All of my Household and Kitchen Futniture including upright piano. Lot of Chickens good many thoroughbreds Buff Orpingtons. Terms made known on day of sale. White Leghorns and W. P. KINCAID. Stanford, Ky. J. B. PERKINS dentist 2a.2fi LUcoB B.nk B.ii4i0 W. M. FIELDS, Hustonville, Ky. COL. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. KmQmt Junction City, Kentucky ru au Stanford, ky. of more than $15,000,000, and when completed will house at its maximum capacity 60,000 men. 3 .. y jli-- -- 1 TT f 1 , t 4 Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, August 13, 1918. k ! : - Acres of Superb Blue-Gra750 Land, Known As T E BOWMAN FARM ss ij bdi At Public Auction I Will Sell SPW . At Public Auction On f v, p4 El 1 i -- iiKV t j & 0 0 At 10 o'clock, on the premises, the Bowman farm located near Buena Vista turnpike, 5 miles from Buena Vista, Garrard ; 9 9 9 County. Blue-Gras- & O s Land Ever This Is One Of The Grandest Bodies of Offered At Public Sale In Garrard County There is from two hundred to three hundred acres of virgin soil ; a fine growth of timber, consisting of black walnut, gcaly bark hickory, Linn, white and black ash, poplar, sugar tree, white and red oak. The part in forest has never been cleared or cut over. Thousands of cedar and locust posts on the farm both for sale and use. e Finely Watered With 12 Never-Failin- g Springs lo- This is one of the best watered farms for stock raising in Kentucky. There are twelve never failing springs so cated that each pasture has plenty of fresh, running water. At least fifty acres of first and second river bottoms which can be cultivated every year in hemp seed, and corn. IV Superior Tobacco, Hemp, Corn And Wheat Land No better land can be found for hemp, tobacco, corn and wheat or anything else that will grow in the most fertile blue grass soil. This farm is bounded on the north, east and west by the navigable stream, Kentucky river, and a good road leads to the boat landing and all lumber, stock and crops can be shipped by boat to Frankfort, Louisville, and all points on the Ohio river. This provides a market with low transportation rates. i? j i m ' 9 Plenty Of Improvements all in good repair. 9 9 m 9 9 . m The improvements consist of a comfortable dwelling, one eight-acr- e tobacco barn, stock barn and two tenant houses, THIS FARM IS A GOLD MINE. Terms Liberal and Made Known on Day of Sale. f t Prospective Purchasers Will Be Shown Farm by Mr. Ruble, Who is on the Premises. m 9 9 9 D (D L M. DUNN, Real Estate Agent n it . 9 O O Danville, Kentucky. 9 9 9 9 9 ihm i: