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No. 70 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, CRAB ORCHARD Mr. James Joncn went to Cnmn." bellsvllln this week on business. Mr. hd Dvehouso went to Somer set Wednesday on a business trip. Mr. nnu Mrs. n. u. uover, or Stan- Friday, August 30, 1918 CLASS OF '18 GETTING BUSY The 1918 clnss of Stanford High and Graded School is getting busy nnd will bo heard of many tlmo In the future. Of the 25 members. only a few of them will remain at home during the coming fnll and win ter, but w ill cither engage in work I Tuesdays and Friday American forced accompanied by a fleet of rrcnen tanks wmen nests smashed enemv. machine-guin their path yestwrday, iwept tho Germans over the Jurijrny plateau In fighting of the most stubborn char acter. The enemy is throwing inpi . best troops In nn effort to check tKe.'V progress of the ovcr this important strategic position on the Vcsle. Along the Vcsle river at Ilozachcs and Fismcttc, the situntlon is rather less tense than it wns Tuesday and Wednesday, when heavy fiehtine oc curred between the Americans and Germans. Thursday tho Americans heavily shelled the German positions, but the Germans fnilcd to accept their challenge to a duel nnd replied only feebly. Tho claim of the German War Office that 250 Americans ( were made prisoner during the recent fighting is denied by the Amcricnns, who assert thnt only a few of their men nre missing. British nnd French forces nrc continuing to smash the German HncT" nnd nowhera hns the enemy been able to check the advance, despite stiff resistance, which he Is offering nt vnrious points, ucn. Hnig's men yesterday captured Rapaumc, arid have reached the Somme river near Pcronne. This important railroad (unction is being outflanked. The French armies have taken Novon, and nre pressing forward along both sides of the Oise. The German losses in prisoners, guns and materials are reported to be very heavy. A portion of the Hindenburg line northwest of southeast of Arms, was captured Tuesday by tha British troops and monped up. The town of Maricourt nnd tho ground to the east of it are in British hands. Trones station nnd the wool and ground to the east were enptuted by the British, nnd Moulin do Fnrgy nlso was taken. The British have renched the neighborhood of liompierre. ihis point is only six miles from Peronne. The capture of Bapaumoby the British apparently is only a matter of n few hours. The outskirts of Plouvnin hnvc been renched. To the east of Bapaumo tho British line hns been extended along the railway toward Cnm.br.ii. lloye was taken Tuesday morning by the French in the course of a brilliant attack following ap unsuccessful counter attack by the enemy. The Germans are in retreat north and south of Roye on n fropt of several miles. Amid unchecked npnluusa the Senate Tuesday passed the Manpower Bill fixing tho draft ago limits from UJ to 45. A modified clause wns added to the measure," which nowoes. to, conference. Senator" Gore, who' cast the only negative vote on rollcall, withdrew it and was excused from voting. Provost Marshal General Crowder stated that . registration would be held a week or ten days after the. President siens the bill. From Arras to Soissons the Ger-- i man line is in direst perjl. Forced back by French, British and Americans, the encmv in his rctrent haB apposed himself to being trapped In two places nt Teronne nnd at Ncsle the British and French have the enemy in pockets and rapidly aro closing the pincers on the enemy. So' swift was the advance of tho French Wednesdnv around Noyon that cavalry was thrown into the frny to harry the retreating enemy. n Fmnco-AmcricnFojitaine-lez-Croisilles. wprk-or-fig- rectic, wideawake ir way", planned nnd coniluetcil very successfully a graded Hcrotoforc, institute this year. teachers of nil grades and nil cjfcsses of schools have brcn assembled In one body nnd Instructed on the iume subjects. Thl compelled the primnry teachers to listen to high school discussions nnd the higher grade tench, ers hnd to hear the primnry work taught. Much time was wasted n n the result. Hy the new mvthod) teachers nrc divided Into five grades nnd the work sultnblo to each fmde ill carried on in Its proper nlnce. The grades nrc ns follows: lNew tench ers having hnd no experience; 2 Experienced teachers of schools; .1 Principals of schools nnd all teachers of grades 5 to 8 in the 'radcd schoAls; I teachers in schools nnd thotp having grades 1 to 4 In tho (traded schools; school tenchcrs The leochers nro very enthusiastic nbout the graded Institute. The 'irngrnm eommltteu consists of the chairman nnd secretaries of the four nssocintions. They nro ns folMr. Cnnucr, Miss Mnvme Sinlow gleton, Mr T. White. Miss Mnry Cray, Mr. I). Hubbnrd, Miss Ilnttie Reynolds. Mr. J. W Dnvis. Mrs. The following Stella Montgomery nre tho committee on recolutfons: Miss Mnry Wilson. S. U Coffey. Mrs. .1 W Dnvis Mr Hntficld, Mr Grej-r- , Details of tho program will be Riven Inter. On Tlmrsdnv the institute b .1 the (rood fortune to be addressed lv two In the expert patriotic speakers. tnnrf Inv nt the (traded School buil Miss Booth spoke cnthusiant'eol- Miss 'v on the Food Situation. Booth is the bend. of the Volunteer College workers, width body irr'-d- es Normal Sihool people. If nnv o' the teachnra or others' Interested In h food conservation, need hlp she will be glnd to furnish it. Her is 111 Guthrie, I.ouistllu, Kv. l 1 .30 ut the courthoiiv, M I'rinre Dodd. nlso of Louisville bi.""!c one of Uie finest nntriotir addrc-"- s heard hore since the war brgan Ki or litiren could listen ti I r mnle. inspiring wonis without coining fdled with Uto spirit if fr.-'cm nnd democracy. MRS. OWSLEY'S GOOD SALE A Inrge crowd attended Mr Moo' F. Owsley's Snle In the Rnst E nd Tuesday nnd satisfactory prices one-rootwo-tench"In-tn- e ml-dr- Supcrintelpcnt of Public Education, in hi utml Ano- A GRADED Mr. Singleton, INSTITUT Karl McWhortcr. of Paint Lick. is with his cousins, Evan nnd Francis Kdmlston. this week. cnttlc, feed, fnrm implements, etc., Miss Ophelia Lnckoy. of Stanford. will nlso be disposed of. See else- was n visitor in our town last week. where In this paper whnt will be sold Mr. Walter Skilcs. of Louisville, is nnd make your arrangements to b with his brothers here for a few on hnnd. davs, Mrs. Egbert and Mrs. hate Edmis- COUNTY COURT CASES ton nre both recovering from sevorc In the county court Thursdny, sickness. Ailolph Westerndorf was tried for Pugh nnd Mrs. (trench of the penco nnd wns fined London, Lottie with Miss dauchter. of h were Anna $7.1)0 nnd costs. lie wns nlso nut unfor a few davs. der bond of $1)50 for his good Mrs. Thomas Collier, of Louisville, Angle Anderson, a colored hns been with Mr. anil Mrs. Hnrvo $25 and given 1U Collier for several days. woman, wns fined dnys in Jail on the charge of whipping .Mls.1 isnrnh May l'cttus has rewith n switch two little while trirlf, turned from a most pleasant visit the daughters of a mnn named King, with relatives at Ilellcvue. Ambrose Carter livinir In tho knobs. Squire Cummins has returned wns tried on n breach of pence charge from n plensant visit with Rev. nnd nnd fined $10 nnd costs. Mrs. Cluo Pcrvis nt Corbln. Mrs. L. F. Jones went to London CARPENTER SALE TUESDAY Snturday to spend a week with her Mrs. Lou nntl C. C. Carpenter will parents. Porter went with her. Mi- Hubv Hilton, of Stanford, hns have sn important sale nt More-lan- d Mrs. Carpcn-tor'- s been with her sister, Mrs. Frniicr nnxt Tuesday. splendid home in the corporate Hurt, nnd nttendlng the meeting. Joe Tom Kdmiston who hns been limit of Moroland will be disposed of, nn will n lot of stock, Jncks, milk workine in Louisville came home for nnd n few days stay with the homo-folk- s. cnttle. and household Cows, Head the adverkitchen furniture. ( .i ... Alii .IflllMU i.:i.i... tisement elewhere in this paper and .'III!. n. .(..- - t!.t!.. .1111, (.lllllll U, loin the crowd nt the salw next TuesStnnford, visited her mother. Hro-naug- MOORE SALE WEDNESDAY One of the big sales to be held next week is thnt of the Into I). R. Moore's effects, which will be held Wednesday, It will tnke place nt his Into home near Shelby City nnd the excellent farm of 2(38 acre will be disponed of to tho blithest bidder. The farm adjoins Arcadia nnd is fertile nnd fine. A large lot of stock, ford, nttended church here Sunday. HUSTONVILLE Ere mnny moons wedding bells will ring Guess who. Miss Kathcrvne Warrincr is with relstivcs at Liberty. Mrs. Sam Owens was with relatives In Stanford this week. Add Johnson is attending the fair at Somerset this week. Soulre Owens is attend ng the fair at Somerset this week. J. G. Wcathcrford is w th Col. 0. D. Wentherford this week. Miss I ir.le Phillips, of Liberty, is visiting Miss Kntheryn Warrincr. Mrs. II. J. Pennington is Miending a few weeks at Cumberland Fnlls. Tom llohnn III. of Decatur. III.. Is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Critt Riffe. Mr. Charles. Adams, and son, Heecher, are in I ouisvllle this week. McCormack A Onnn shinned a car load of hogs to Cincinnati Wcdnes- Hubble, of Stanford, spent Fridny with relatives here. ? Mr. and Mrs. J. II Reid of Danville spent Sunday with the s Ln-nhomo-folW- inc. LAit,3inAn -.. neni Inv, Mr and Mrs. day pf , FARM SELLS AT S70 A very good crowd attended the snle of the John A. Illnin farm in the West End Wednesday Dinwiddle & Owens hsd the sale in chit rite and made n success of it .1 I) (iadberrv bought th farm of CB ncres at $70 The stork rattle, feed, etc., offered Intmitht ((factory prices. ni-AIN MEMPHIS OFFICER C.OE6 AFTER VIN HEPATICA. C'ljr Vln llrpatic Prncriiition llrlped Him Out Contidcrnbly. I'lrtlmn Slier Ssys Ftiou t''brr -- s , Citv ntif'i'wnti'bmln J I Stler. N'. whu rcide nt 381 lle'Jevio.v nivil.. nfter a hunt of five yetiw somttthlng to put hi- - liver in right whfttie. U'h romtiilnrntiK rltiiilnvvti uti. til E. r. I'lulnot. of N'nshvilL. told fi M t chard Hel Cross Chnpter served an wu'k than I have for years. I really excellent dinner nnd made consider- cni-mv work now. and I gladly ably over $100. Mrs Hugh Reid, of recommend Vin Hepaticn to all who this city, presented the chanter with need a real tonic." cake thnt sold for a small fortune. If vou suffer from indigestion, weakness or nny other trouble PIELDS' SUCCESSFUL SALE iaii"fii by disordered stomnch, liver, Mr. W. M. Fields, or rather kidnv, or bowels, or you feci in need d "Suuirc" Fields, ns we should have of spring tonic, come or L. & N. MAKING IMPROVEMENTS iid, hnd another good sale Thurs- sen I for a bottle nt once to Lincoln The L. & N. has begun some exsold his plen-di- d Pharmacy, Stanford. Kv. : A. J. Wed. day He had already tensive improvements at Rowland. A farm In tho West End to Mr. T. die & Son. llustonville, Ky. d steam shovel is in operation nt Hvory-th'- ii A. Keynlcrson for $44,000. digging dirt which is being ' sold well nt his sale. A bunch FROM A GOOD PATRON SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY exhauled to Rowland nnd used in of heifers brought $8fil per 100, tending the side tracks. To do thi Mr John W. Hastin. nn old StanOn Monday. Sept. 2nd. nt 9 o'clock cows St5 to $01;.bulls 0", to 7ic; a double bridge is being built nt the the Stanford Graded and High School ford steers $7.80; heifers $0.50; oats good boy, who has more than n.nde hi the business world, writes south end or the yard. It is being will begin its session. It is imnortant per bushel; seed $1.05 to $1,12 made of cement, reinforced Kv with that the bovs and girls enter'the hrst from near v wheat $2.35 to $2.rt0 per bushel; hay ns follows he hns Nelson, mine, which henvy steel rods. Whcre the dirt is day. Don't wait until the second a coal 5f25.50 per ton. Horse stock wns n whli h'plncv being token from nt Maywood a new day or second week.. The patrons little drnggv. The Hustonvillc ladies comos about an ner being a gffd business track will be nut in. Both nnd friends are cordially invited to mine nt any over didof the RedQruss served a very side tracks at Hemp will be extended be present. Enclil find my ihtck to pay for dinner nnd rcnlired n snug r nnd the steam shovel will be used for Journal unother year. The faculty is composed of the folum Saulre Fields will move to the getting the dirt for that purnose. It lowing: High School.M. L- - Cancer, llustonvillo nnd Uiko things easy for I I exiioctcd to see you Sunday as lit "our town on m way to M?e will likely be far into the wintpr be- Miss Sallie Mills Craig. Mis was He enn well nfford to n while. fore this work is completed. For n in. pa and mother, but I left town Tinton and Mrs. Allene Smitl); few days the railroad has been using Eighth Grade, Miss Mnvmc Single- vou got un. gues-- - vou .le"p ljte DONATE $100 TO RED CROSS auxiliary tanks on each train to car- - ton: Seventh Grade, Miss Elizabeth on Suni'ev as mot fol di. J. M. Ilnughmnn & Co , of Stan. I ry wnter on account of the dry spoil, Tnylor: Sixth Grade. Miss Marie mj Half S'turd'iy nign- at '"Ths ford, Kv . acknowledge to the t'nlt 1 mut Fifth Grade, Miss Mnry CovHUSTONVILLE SCHOOL States Food Administration eertnin Stanfnr4" nd 1dllghle ' v I wis both MR. CARPENTJERIN CITY with the ington: Fourth Grade, Miss Katio overchnrires in tho distribution of s' mrlBecl nnd BEGINS MONDAY . Mr. J. A. CnrudnioT? S., c f Per Lvnn Wood; Third Grade. Miss Jenwheat mill feed nn,d after considera plu-- Uef 'ovxsd n splend .1 bteakfugt The llustonville High nnd Graded and r'cli a clean nie Newlandt Second Grade. Mrs, II. tion or thn fviiienco th h.nforietncm anu School will begin operations Monday. ryville. was in this I hit- - vouf oe .tile will tec's D. Phillips; First Grade, Miss Annio Division of thoFoort Anmi"istr it- n riouju.pr'' ' when it is hoped that every pcrsotyo yesterday.whoMnny of libettlly. Miss Ellen Bnllou will McKinnev iiiggesteil tiiftt theywoti1dto willinitJ ptronfcso .,.. ,.hnd not seeiiin)j school ago in the district nuj mjV friends, . i oootinue in charge of tho Dojiartmor, to accept ncbmpromlsi) on tho hnrtfe! Cnn't t' without Intorlor Jotirnnl ceniiy. outsid of it will be present ljfKt) rso muchMcnrceiy recoiriiizen nun. as I have n miied aijjs'j. Jnr heavier than usual. j n. naugnmnn & lo msteml or ?5 year- - hiiM it od year's work. ProTmJ'iJr' iaing" certainly agrees, with "Ho a "M&WyiiHiih DavUmMfiVRIrh- ws.jintcbprt r than the issuanco pf n Uniform Order him Davis is the head of the schoo - Pe- iiMilltihiiKr Mr-- fl rf- -f prevent their re eivincr vhlrh would tej than with most of us. Mr, oil officiant, experienced teacher I wish yoVvJrmrr fiiK is one of tho successful mer- tinrlinelirfffTfMfe School Music and. supplies nmi might bo of considerable He sukj bo found in every room. Voice. Miss Davison has n soprano town, is nlso chants of inconvenience to the community that vou send vour child or children ImJoitaker his homecleverer one is tho voice well trained and of fine quality. yet and n tnjee. J' ii ofnniignman u to.offer'lo D I ZZ I N ESsfc AlP? sTa EJd the first daj' next Monday, Sept.1 ouiteTw-'horother penalties fore In lieu Danillle Messenger. inr". rtiienp omiin. oi ianvme, win 'Jnd. INJURED RacemTgtf of the Department of mnkc a voluntary contribution to the in Franco., airs. Sinirn is a Lincoln County Chanter of the Amerllfime Kconomics. RANKIN SALE TOMORROW "A vei.r v ro ln stomn'jli.blQatfil 1UUU KbUULA iun'.t,-"Tha onln nf tlm llnnl'ln ntw! Qltimi woman of superior ability and has Cross, in the sum of $100, sn tin. 11 ..ill. ip.ia ttfttt I CaJI .tMMn.i ,. PHsT members of the Red Cross NhW ican Red I 1010 tl. Mil' arriV in Hoye county tomorrow. Sat- - peculiar fitness for this lino of work. .rmBtrv'Jiero gavo u dinner at the I n thereby rnturning i fi.. through public scions anil rrtv huad I Lr ...i.".,l," .1 Miss Tipton, of Gcorgetcwi . comes channels nil excess profits which thev iiuiier oi iiui" i .'IJU nunovBd iromj QyfSeyfcjule Tueduy nnd. realizeuiiowini, ruiM irovom'ihe purchase amf1 funlay, promises to draw; a great have madu in the distribution of Hiiimurn iiouu'jor several years abpu,taiU7. TJiey were Honu'what tise'.fof wheat flour: crowd. Col. (5. li. hwinetiroad. the to us after several years of successwheat mill feed, nnd n penalty be- and no medlci'Vi iei.sd rue $ sneak drWDDjiatd whoh thov H.1H'' tho I. The grower- - of wheat may, no Loneaster "salo wizard." hns advo'r- - ful teaching. Miss Taylor, of Cinsides. of. A ilru!gjt pqtcIPsI un lav head small crovW'tliat wuh there, but tftnlr lougegQt I2'Vunu P" nion",'1i("' tlscd tho sale very extensively and cinnati, has tnueht with goo I results ilisnppoiWmMt-iturnc- d to Joy befura Tukiio.iv, from hjifj.pvn wheat without each of the farms, which adjoin, be- - in some of our best schools. Miss FRED M. SACKETT. and advised me to iiv Miv i umu (lUll.ltUII Federal Food Administrator for Itcmudi for my stomach v.iu uimi "very desirable one, tho chances Covington, of Richmond, hns had i)V.Mrs.iiurii item urouaht si'j. nmi , ing'nthere will bo somo spirited threo yenrs of successful experience trouble Thi! results hnvo been rcql-- l ILvTfce rBBkj)rrvW)ttily-Perare Hy J. N, SAUN'DEUS, iy wonuuriui, .ijiave never uau any Mr. OwsloV prafentiul tho order with .month' !V, Ono of tho features of tho big In the Louisville city schooli. . been nddei upon, C,VH 4t; The school will do Its best to ir.erit X Admr, sign of my former "symptoms since.". ratfrs.whlch tiinoint"itt Co. Food .sfile will bo tho dinner, which will bo m'akJnRii. tot-1- , of .the.ubovo amount cu&tomerssaA the support nnd herirty cooperation It is a simple, harmless preparation 'A lDMiio Red Cross ladies. ill.! nuinl, 4A utu uii iiiuvii i,j customer Buduno avfaV itlj" n'n'd"tlu A yvmmr. OHiJI SCHOOL BEGINS SEPT. 2 of Stanford and community. that removes the catarrhal fnucuji M. L. CANUr.U. IW.bH of which tho flfty;frftvt-rul-hangoiTho Stanford Graded and High from tho intestinal tractAnd allays lintn tlSLiSTn r'CTMCR. MENTAL VISION very membeJTi M thlg order ate Schools will open Mondny, Sept. 2, tho intlmnmation which cause prats III. o .retailer nor miller may sell our mental vision .can not be TO THE PUBLIC GENERALLY with n full corps of competont teach- tically all stomach, liver nnd intesti- grate f uU 'S. io nny customer nny wncai nour un- cigar if your.ojiticnl vision is cloudy, I have bought Mr T. D, Newland'Sv ers. It is urged that parents send nal nilmentH. including appendicitis, less at 'the name tlmo tho customer Proper glasses will restore the deli their children tho first dny. Follow. Ono dose will convince or inonoy ron HOW TO RAISE POTATOES buys of that, retailer or "miller ano eate balance between tho ocular interest in tho grocery and hardwaro Ing nre tho rates of tuition for those funded. potatoes, lenvlng two pound uf corn meal, or barley flour, nervf-- and muscles. store of T D. Newland & Sop. and Cut. up ho Tho Lincoln Pharmacy ; living outside, of tho school district. Tho Penny Drug Store. eves on aaeh niece. If vou hnvn. hut or com Hour. Or rice flour, or buckThe Hyrno Optical Service nt St Mr. Hownrd New'nnd and care now Primary department, grades 1 to 4, ono tho potato will be nnrtiallv bund wheat flour for each five pounds of Ivan Hotel, Crab Orchard, Sept. 2nd in full chapel.. Wo will greivtlv a'n- - . NOTICE $20 per year; intormedlnto departled nnd may como up in tho wrong vhent Hour. to 7th. J, J, Hyrno, Optometrist. It preckUe,n continuance of mo nperai Notlco is hereby given that tho row. ment, grades 5 to 8, $30 per year; Ijimp&g.ey.ou. have given the old firm Thahousekeeper is no longer limhigh school dopnrtmeni $10 year. Turncrsvillo Supply Company ns nl Plant the pieces with the eyes up. ited. InthiL'nmouiit of wheat flour CATTLE AT CARPENTER SALE' andtrust by fnlr Tlfttinfnltlit nmi ' corporation bus terminated, nnd that This will ennblo the potuto to see used, but required to use ono pound Only those pupils whose parents or I will sell nt tho Mrs. Lou and C. courteous dealings to merit a llburnl have pnld tuition promptly the business formerly conducted by how to como up when It begins to of substitute with each five pounds C. Cnrpentcr salo nt Moreland on Lrntronago from the public ger)eral. f;unrdiuus need apply for seats In emu iuiui"uuii win ncreancr ie grow, of wheat (lour and eyury body re- Tuesday, Sept. 3rd, 50 bend 6f cattle, ii-- iv snuii no our uimosc aimanu. -- tho school During dry snells wrnn thn notn. quired to buy both nf the same time ranging from calves ta 1,000-poun'desire to please nnd to supply tMse for their children Heard conducted by n partnership under of Trustoos Stanford Graded and the firm namo of Turnersville Sunnlv toes in tissue paper to keep tho dust from th" fame retilor or miller. feeders. It will bo your opportunity who trade with us with tlvo best of Jligh, SchoL Jumcs Cloyd, goods In our lifilt and at price V :'t Company, and that the business of out of their eyes. This changes tho rule as to farmers to get good cnttle, said corporation will bo settle 1 us During a wet season Place n bath- grinding thuii own com meal. llustonville, Ky. 2t reasonablo n can bo found. Tliank- Lieut. Clmrles T. Gardner, who speedily as possible. ing you ing cap over tho Xaco of each potato for yorputrer-ng- e J. N. SAJ.JNDKRS, Co. Food Admr. wn tho Progressive nominee for Witness our linn us ns President to keen tho wuter out of tho oves. Yery'trvly. Marshall Ct'New-- " SON KILLED IN ACTION Congress Jn Loulsvillo in lOf'i, was ana Secretary of said corporation Mrs. Hcssio Hownrd. of Brodhend. laud Ulcase, of South Carolina, follows It is a good Iden potatoes It killed jn Franco. He had, (recently this 27thiday'f August, 1918. next to onions- - This will mako tho Yardniuan, of Miisslppi. Tho hnd a messaxrc Wednesday, telliii? her .1.. AT Written to his wife; "I will como back JM. CASH, President. eyes water and provide tho necessary AmuktRs are winning on both sides that her son, Chester Howard, lijul,' ilttys k at Cjalf Ohard J.C. fe- or do flhtlng.'' ' J" 7Mt moisture. teen tuned in action in trance. i,'J o.tfee Atlantic. Courier-Journa- l. Snrnn." -v y . -real-gooMny-wooInt-nobe-fc- nenu oi muies som am of the great vin Hcpntica prcscrip-th- c ny from $100 to $170; 11 nice tl(H, ,,nj take it. feeders $10.85: five good yearlings Jle at once made n dash for tln 8c: 11 heifers $10 to $05; cows nnd .opulsr drug store, where he found buying, ,tlus wuiulerf dl !w' '.?. to i,r'.:J,'I?"i1 ln,'ca.?,'4,4JL'7'r-J,i0J)W- f ItRmnch. kidney, and bowel towrriale.! TlmntJiy got hi llrst otitic to jzm per-omixeit rroueni 'efiv, ami ' I had been suffering far t'n c years bay $20; haled straw JSc per 100 pounds. The 35 acres of corn ws frm an inactive livei, bad no not oircred. Welch Kochcstcr, who whs nil rundown," said rcntcil the fnrm, got the 100 ncres Siler. "Hut since taking Vin o rrmi The ladle of the Crab Or- Ht'pattca 1 feel more like doing my rttieii. ine u hjm Mnh "to torn d.vvn Si iTninn Weiss' Phnrir. mil ir,.t n tc, ii.inl,. -- j( n; e. Of-r-- - hI d I tv-f- LL-Ih- tho convention at Stanford Wcdnes dav and were royally entertained, snjovfng (hi itTlerestfnV fTroenim and reecvine much valuable information on Sunday school work nnd workers. The jnemberK of the colored Christian church held their rally last Sun-InThey report n splendid crowd. Everything good to eat. Every one had a good time and quite a large sum was renlired for the church for which all nre very grateful. Mr. Thomas Hutt ha' bought the Harris cottage on lower Main of Mrs. Hannah Sterer nnd will get possession nbout NQycinbeJr 1. Mrs. Stegcr will go to Ubuisville and re Morris Harris side with Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. bme Harris will remain in Crab We nre renl pr' BofSjieUiy Kc land, for he has rTTft .Jrairn tq per feet himself for n4 otrorotor.' and stood, the exaroinarion passing with honor nnd wns enlled to Pittsburgh this Inst week to (ill n vacancy. He is a steady, sober manly boy, who will not be satisilcd to remain on the lower round of life's ladder, and we wish hint success. The .meeting at tho Christian Large well. church crowds In attendance every night enjoying every word Rev. Agce utters, nnd tho grentest Interest js maintained. Several additions nt this time (Wednesday) have been 'his reward, He is n beautiful speaker, perfectly filled with tho spirit and understands well how to manage his Master's businesH. He is having a jovful time in our midst. Mr. Charlie Jones, of Loudon, who was sent from that place to Camp Tnvlnr. wns transferred to Camp Chillicothe. Ohio, where ho took the officers' trninintr course and has risen to the office u( . kt'cond-- ' lieutenant, which certainly jipcaks well for the very short timi he has been in training, and his brother and sister here, Dr L. F. Jones and Mrs. Melvin Collier, are juttly proud of his achievement. He expects soon to be v, S. T Powell. Mrs. A. J. Adams hns returned 'from n very pleasant visit to reln-tivin Stnnford. hrother nntl sister here Sunday anil Powell & Depn sold to Yowell & Monday. C n pnlr gray Mrs. C. D. Trnylor. who has been TnIormules nt of $550. mare with her .laughter, .Mrs. Ivan Hsh Mcfor-mac- k Mrs. Wm Mvers, Mrs. E. returned to her home in Richmond and Mrs Chs. Hiatt were in Tuesday. shopping Monday. The friends of Mh. Kmmn Ferris Danville Jack Newborn and mother. Mrs were glad to welcome her bnck Mrs Johnson, of Wilmoro. were with Tuesdnv after a tvo monftiV viwit the Mta Ncwbcrn Sunday. with friends nt Rowland, Junction Mrff. Wm. Dunn nnd dau"hter, Citv nifl Danville. visiting Mrs. Fran's M'ss Mary Gray has returned from Miss Annie, nre I the ibertv pike. her horn? near Georgetown to be Hnn out on Fryo Evans arrived this Luii ready for a position in school which Imorninganl from Alabama, where they oners here next Mondsv, working in the nitrate Oh. a rain' A bcatUiful rain came have been plant. down on the streets and Htlahint' Hec Ncw Misses Georgia town musing the farmer to lose his bcrn have returned and after vph' sad frown and with a brave heurt . visit to Mi-s- J. H- Reid iri make another fresh start. Mrs. Flem Jones was badly scald Danville nnd Mrs. J. W Davis and Prof, ed about" the breast and arms while Miss Ellrnbeth Penvvhousc attendd canning beat this last "week. Sho the (etchers' institute nt Stanford s retint easy nt this writing. Monday. Mrs. Claudin Holman is in At Howe, of Chattnnooga, Mr. 'anta Ga.. at the bedside of her aunt Tenn., John arrived Saturday for n few Mrs. Snrnh Hrooks. who is in n most davs' visit to Mrs. J. S. Murrhy. Mrs. crit'cnl condition Thi is sad news Howe nnd children will return with fer her many wnrm friends here, him A cood ( rowd from here nttunded ,?ev. Wnlter S. Willis, who is now Col. T L. Cnrnenter was up from iberty this week. He took in tho Fields salt. Sixteen bov frnm Casey passed through here Tuesday en route to Cnmn Tsvlor. Miss Mary Lewis Sweeney, of Lexington. Is the attractive guest of Mrs. I ' - elsewhere or attend college, to better prepare themselves for further usefulness. Miss Allic Russell Fish 'ook n summer course at Eastern Norninl and will teach In the Paint Lick Graded School; Miss Nancv Katho- nnc McKinney will attend College nt Nashville; Misses Annette Wenren nnd Annie VnnArsdale Craig will go to Bronau it GnlnesvMIe, Ga.: Mis Alary Hiilev will take voice nt the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music: Mist Frances Fmlirw will lie found In th" '"olloae for Women nt Oxford O.: Mis Ra- rhcl Hjll will po to Morgnn'own. NT. C, to prepare herself for tear her of work: Misses Annie Rogers Powell nnd Mary Heck are ilready doing splendidly nt the Lextni'tor llnriness College; Miss Jean Wood will take n course in nursing in flic McChord Hospital nt Lebanon' Mifs riptsle McCormack will teach in her homo county; while Misses Kli7nhrth Carter, Thelma Francis n(yi Marv Ani'crson will remain In bt.tniord and "keep the home fires burning." Of the voung men of the clnss, Sam Hill is In training for Marine service at Paris Island, S. C; Clem Hill will studv medicine in a Louisville college; Clarence Singleton is teach ing the Rowland school; Leon Davis Is preparing for service in the navy nt Great Lakes, III.; Stith .Noe is in n traininir own nonr Omnhn. Neb ; John Reid McKinney will lenve in the morning for the army and nnvv preparation school nt Mnrion. Ala., nmi later will go to Annntiolis; Tilden Cooper will very probably tnke a collegiate course in Central University; D. S. Holman will go to State Lexineton ns very likely Edwin Wellmrn will, while Virgil Moore hn ii excellent position in St . Lou'. Leonard Rnllard will remain nt home and see tht Mr. Charles C Withers raises pood, hie crons to help feed the o'delr here nnd in France. The desire on the part of these young people to prennre themselves so as to "inke the best citizens nosihlc, is rinst commendable nnd the Interior Journal heartily congratulates thsm, Ward-Hclmont e-- al -Col-W- I r one nnd all. located at Anniston, Ala., stopped aver for a few. days with friends bet fore ;otng on to visit his brother in oneiiiyyiuu. Mrs, Jennie Cnrnenter nnd dnughr er. Mrs. Allen Rurris. nnd Mrs. Sam I.usk. King Carpenter nnd Eugene Hums spent Tucsdaywtli friends in Turnersville. Mrs. Hello Harper, two daughters and Dr. Ollie Harner. of Newport. drove through the country in their car and visited Prof, and Mrs. Davis for n few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Dnvis, of nenr Lexington, moved their household goods back here this week. They stored their goods in part of the Adsms Hros. vacant rooms. They will be with Mr. and Mrs. Crit Riffe for some time. Mins Margaret Rne Powell entcr-tnine- il Saturday evening in honor of Miss Sweenev, of Lexington. Among those present were Clara Nunnelloy, Ora Harnett, Ruth Fields, Roger Hicks. Lidda Weddle, Muriel Reid. Rudy Weddle, Val Rose, Edith Harnett nnd Miss Sweeney. News' comes from Chnrles Mont gomery, who is with his wifo at Mayo Uros. . Kochcstcr. .Minn., savimr mis. Montgomery has undergone'another . .. ) 7 operation ami is uuiiik l iiiiv. ml tint is the second operation since sho has been there, rricmis nre gind to know of her doing so well. KILLS WIFE AND SELF Arthur Richard. 35 years old, accompanied his little son to the home of Leek Kimberlain, n neighbor, near Danville and told Kimberlain to keep the child. Rich-nrd- s then stepped out in the road and slnhed his throat from ear to enr with a razor. He died instantly. When neighbors carried him to his home they found Mrs. Richards lying dead in a pool of blood on the floor with her hend almost severed The family moved to Danville from Somerset two vcars ago. Only a few days ngo an effort wns made to have Richard.s ndiudced inane, but his wife pleaded with tie officers not to place him on trial. He had been acting strangely for some time, and it is certain thnt his mind was badly unbalanced. rf . vvt rl 111 Mar-e-ar- et Hal-lar- d; Cnr-penl- tI-- n. -- ft -.l Qt , "Von-ilerf- ul Ken-ituck- n..v.. 1 rWMiMH g, '- f O s il -- - t V - 'ilr. ! i'J X ', OX' X-- .' 'r titr L k4rV-- 4 3 rfj -- . 1r. 'f r 1 I l.ffV :.' TMNft T Pifi.Twi ' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 30, 1918 CENTENARY DAY IN THE KENTUCKY CONFERENCE One of the most interesting features of the Kentucky conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, South, which convenes September 4th at Cynthlana, Ky will bo the "Centenary Day" which will be observed September Rth. Bishop Collins Denny, of Richmond, Vn., will preside. Among the speakers who will present the Centenary program will be Dr. E. H. Rowlings, Dr. J. J. Stow, and Mrs. R. W. MaeDonc . of Nashville, Tcnn.. nnd Mis. Belle H. Rennet, of Richmond, Ky., president of the Woman's Missionary Council. on The subjects to be discussed Centenary Dav will be "Word Reconstruction After the War;" God a orld a Call to the Church in a Crisis;" "The Church's Opportunity Bigto Get Out of Littleness into one or ness." Bishop Denny will Abe loading the prineinal speakers. layman will discuss "Can We Put it Over?" nnd n stereopticon lec'ure will show the needs of the mission TIERCKS nnd impressive home wedding took place tn the W. II. von Tiercks home Friday forenoon at 11 o'clock, when Miss Deliah Ccclle von Tiercks became the bride of Lieutenant Leslie B. Anderson, headquarters company, 118th Field Artillery, U. S. A. The marriage was the culmination of n romance of several years, it having been postponed because of tho daughter's loyalty to her mother when in ill health. Miss von Tiercks is a young womand an of many accomplishments splendid traits of character. She is prominent in musicnl and literary circles of Temple. Besides bclne n loyal church worker, she is one of the stnnchest anil most energetic members the American Red Cross has In this city. Lieutenant Anderson, baforc volunteering for service in the army, wns a substantial business mnn of Tcxarkana, Ark.-TcHe is one of five sons of the same family, who volunteered nnd nre now in the service of their country. The patriotism of the participants wns evident on every hand. American flags formed the most prominent pnrt of the decorative plan. In the refreshments, the same scheme was carried out, they being red, white nnd blue. Miss Ruby Poindcxtcr, with Miss Ouida Murrah playing the accompaniment, sang sweetly "I Lova You," after which, to the strains of Mendelssohn's wedding march, two in the persons of Miss Beriilee Baker and Miss Louise Wootcn entered, each carrying a large flag half furled about the staff and took their places in front of nnd to cither side of the minister. Then came the ring benrer, little Miss Paulino Buric, as dainty and sweet as the lily in which she bore the circlet of gold. Then came the bride and groom. All preaont were sure they had never looked upon a purer, sweeter face batwecn the wronth of orange blossoms. Tho ceremony wns expressivoly spoken by Rev. J. N. Wooten, pastor of tho Central Christian church. The bride wore a white gown ofi crepe do chine. Her Douquel wns oi white lilies and ferns intermingled with lilies of the valley. The bouquets presented to nnd worn by Misses roindexter ana Jiurran were of red, white and bluo flowers furnished by the Wolfe floral house of Waco. The bride's traveling dress was a pretty coat suit of dark green ANDERSON-VON u at home during' 'Chautauqua ' . week. Wr. J. X Llnney, of Lrffiigton, Miss Mary Walker, of Louisville, JUNCTION CITY. 15,580,912 ARTICLES MADE FOR RED CROSS A beautiful LV X. R. Kclley. Mr. W. T. Kclley, of the Q A C., as becn'confined to his home the v past week by sickness. The prospects for coal for schools and homes is slim, as the conl to use wood as far as possible. Mrs. Kittle Helm, of Somerset, -"who has beon in Danville for some Hv wn the euest of Mrs. A. B. C. Dinwiddle, during the chnutauqurt. Mrs. W. B. Hunn entertained the Embroidery Club on Thursday afternoon. Amonsr those present from a distance was Mrs. D. C. T. Grubbs, of Cleveland, O. C. The section men on the Q. are busy cutting the weeds and hay on right of way this week, their force fields. This yenr's annual conference seshas been so small they could not net sion promises to be one of the most this job nny sooner. to' Prof. Grubbs has found in his vi- interesting and important in the hiscinity about six illiterates and has tory of tic organization, and while Movement is nlrcadv made arrangements to teach them at i, to the members of their homes, as they seem to be too well known great Interest will the bo conference, Know In rnrno tn the school house. aroused by the coming of these spe Mrs. D. C. T. Grubbs and son, Jr., and daughter, Miss Laura, cialists who are highly trained m are at Prof. E. L. Grubbs till Sept. missionary activities. The Centenary Movement includes 1st, and will remain in Cleveland, O., this winter, while the Major is in a world nrogram based on aenreful survey of need and opportunity, and France with tho 84th Division. Mrs. G. C. Kstcs, of Danville, who a vigorous campaign will bo mndo to with her son nre guests of"Mlss Dora Evans. Mrs. Epperson and baby, of Indianapolis, are with her mother, Mrs. In tho post six months Red Cross women workers of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky have made 15,580,012 articles for war relief. Announcement of this Jiuge production total was made by Carl W. Fuller, director of the Bureau of Supplies, Lake Division, American Red Cross. Read and Act "Brains to conceive and energy to execute" expresses It in n nutshell. Just once get the right Iden in your head that you ought to own your own home nnd quit giving nway f of what you make to your landlord, but take It all for yourself, nnd then get busy and select what you want nnd BUY It. It is an injustice to yourself nnd family to continue the way you are. The cheapest and most plentiful thing in Americn today is Money nnd terms are so easy that you can practically say what it shall be. The following are a few of the many Golden Opportunities we have to offer you in the way of homes and splendid paying investments: No. 317 500 acres of land of which over 200 acres are cleared and of this 200 acres there are about 125 e acres In good orchard grass and In cultivation. This farm is all under fence nnd plenty of good cross fancos. It has five houses, two of six room ench, two of four rooms each and one of two rooms. It has two large tobacco barns. One of the barns is 100 feet long, nnd today would cost more than $2,000,00 to build it. The other barn is an extra large barn and is stock and tobacco barn combined. It is nbout 40x80. A complete blacksmith shop on place. This place Is well watered by wells, cisterns, springs, creeks, etc. Good land. You can raise f 6,000.00 or $7,000.00 worth of tobacco alone on this farm in one season. It will produce ten barrels of corn to the acre and no fertilizer. It is located at the head of Hanging Fork. It will make A a splendid stock farm. little rough, but as cheap as dirt, and a fine place to make good money. The price is only $20.00 per ncro ami terms $3,000.00 down and balance at the rate of $1,000.00 per year until paiil for. This farm will soon pay for itself. It will pay you to investigate this proposition as it will not be on the market long at this price. resiNo. 318 A dandy dence on Lngiiu Street in Stanford, Kentucky, of twelve rooms nnd four hirge storage rooms and extra large basement. This place Is all practically completed anil what Is not finished the material is now on the ground to finish it with, and it will take about $75.00 worth more of work to complete it. Tho owner of this property is in bud health and while he has expended in nil up to the present of over $t,0u0.00 on the property he has instructed us to let it go nt the low figure of only nnd terms right. His loss ii your gain. Look into this proposition nt once. It is sure a live one. cottage No. 318 Nice four-rooand outbuildings nil in good repair anil cisterns. Garden and large ynrd. Price only $700.00 and easy terms. No. 319300 acres of land. 100 seres in extra fine bottom lnnd will raise nnything. 100 acres in good grazing lnnd nbout 100 acrs in extra good timber. Has house nnd two large halls anil all necessary outbuildings. Two extra large barns. Splendidly watered and close to graded school, churches, bank, etc. About 2 ncrcs in orchard. This farm is n peach. Price down and f Terms, balance in one, two anil three years. Look it over. 81 acres of first class -- No. 320 land near n splendid town; House of six rooms, bnrns, etc. Well watered and fenced. A good hemp nnd tobacco land farm. Price $10,500.00. down and Imlnnce to Terms, one-hasuit purchaser. No. 34162 acres all in young grass. Four room ihouse, barn and Well all necessary outbuildings. watered and fenced and young orchard. Price only $4,500.00 nnd easy terms. No. 322 50 ncres of hind, one-hacleared and bnlance in timber. Three-roohouse, barn, etc. Well in yard and plenty of never falling springs. Good peach orchard. Close to school and churches and in good neighborhood. All fresh land will Price $1,600.00. raise tobacco. Terms right. No. 323 92 acres, nbout 30 acres clcurcd nnd in cultivation nnd bnlance in timber. Two houses, one of four rooms nnd one of two rooms. Thrco barns aid other outbuildings. Well wntered and fenced. Orchard of 150 apple trees. Close to school and churches. Price $2,600.00. one-hnlbnl-anrtwo-stor- y 0 two-storsix-roo- m $21,-000.0- 0. one-hallf lf rniKnrr Surgical dressings led In number with n production of 13,336,638. Second in the list wns hospital gar ments, of which there were produced 068,082. Articles for soldiers nnd sailors, which incluudcd sweaters, socks and other knitted goods nnd comfort kits, numbered 871,069. The total number of hospital supplies made in the period wns 521,-22- 4 and the refugee garnunts total was 63,899. anil fifty-nin- e Three hundred chapters, 1,134 branches nnd 1,365 auxiliaries participated in this Plans for registering the 13,000,-00- 0 additional men which it is estimated will be brought under the selective service law when Congress r bill enncts the pending to include men between the ages of 18 and 45 yeurs already have been completed, Provost Marshal General Crowder announced yesterday, and stated also that if possible September 6 will be fixed as the date of registration. Approximately 2,000,000 men qualified for full military service are expected t be secured. man-powe- Dc-wi- flag-beare- rrx' t- - - has been spending the summer with release the prayer power of the Iter mother, Mrs. Vary McCord, has church bv enrolling tens of thousands heard from Mr. Estes in Cincinnati, in the "Fellowship of Intercession" to the cfTect that he is holding down and training them as prayern helpers. "Stewa fine bookkeeper's position there The program also includes ardship Drive" to secure enrollment As water is low in springs and of millions of Methodists who will wells, now is the timo to guard acknowledge their stewardship by the against typhoid fever. So have vour pavment of tho tithe. During the next five years of the water analyzed by Prof. J. O. LaBnch will be Centenary celebration tf the department of Public Sen-ic- an earnest appeal made there life servfor Claude J. Rodgers, of near MidLaboratories, University of Kentucky, Lexington, by paying a small ice, nnd strenuous efforts will be way, a breeder of thoroughbred turn to transport containers of sam- made to recruit a large number of horses, met almost instant death new workers for the ministry, horn ples of wator. when a Chesapeake & Ohio passenOnly four days since August first and foreign missions, nnd for servas the mercury failed to reach the ice in the local church. ger train from Louisville crashed In the next five years, the Southmark and they were the into an automobile in which he was 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 20th; and only .85 ern Methodists expect to raise riding two miles cast of Midway. Edwar work, to bo applied to inch of rain in 22 days. Some farmward L. Davis, owner of Onkwood ers are having trouble watering home and foreign missions, and stock, and some schools nro threat- church extension. Stock form, sustained severe injuened with closing on account of want ries, while u negro boy met instant GOVERNMENT SENDS of drinking water. death. City School will bc-ti- n The Junction AN URGENT CALL the 2nd of September. Please silk. e ITS IN THE AIR The President of tho get the pupils ready by then and Quite n crowd of friends were carrying the Windblown pollen, Id's nil have a fair start, and Uncle Commission recently wired: guests present. The is abroad Sam is not going to call any student "Need for stenographers and typ- were Lieutenant and Mrs. J. T. germs that cause hay fever, known to under twenty years of age till he fin- ists at Washington grows moro acute Franklin, Mrs. C. O. Durie and in the land. One remedy is ishes school or college, as Gens. Pauline, Mrs, M. C. give relief and comfort from choking, Foch and Pershing will whip the daily. Increase effort all possible." daughter. Miss gasping asthma and tormenting hay con- Durie and daughters, Misses Nannie fever. Foley's Honey and Tar spreads in Huns with the 2,000,000 soldiers The Government nnd business and Corrie, of Waco; Mrs. Delilah a healing coating on inflamed memFrance by Jan. 1st. cerns arc short five hundred thousand Memphis, Tenn.; Mrs. Our Radcliffe Chautauqua has bookkeepers nnd stenographers, and Highland, ofof Wnco. A number of branes, stops coughs nnd colds. Sold C. I. Hunt, to return next come and gone, not went to everywhere. of wnr. but we hone when this cruel. arc offering beginners salaries never automobile toloads the friends off nnd couple see the train costly war is over, we can bring it before heard of. Former State Senator L. Merri-wethThe wish them a "good voyage." e back again, for the children enjoyed The Government drafted our Smith, of Harrodsburg, is in was too patriotic to waste cfowd not it hugely although there waswith a Set, search rice. it EIGHTY-FIV- Bookkeepingcent ofand about even a grain of many beautiful pres- charge of a nation-widmagician nor ventriloquist the There were per E by the Government for unthis year. Everything treated of love write the ents which gave evidence of the high scrupulous women who have been stenographers and war, and the Y. M. C. A. worker, vtgnrd in which the young people Mr. Dunn, and the Red Cross one, shorthand system that we teach held. Among them was a serv- marrying as many soldiers as posMiss Florence Besley, of Washing- THE BEST evidence that our courses nre flag hanging in a conspicuous sible in order to obtain their nllow- ice one worth the ton City, were either place among the decorntions, which whole cost of the chautauqua. The arc THE BEST. was the hand work of Mrs. II. II. Take, BY MAIL, our eight-week- s' Quarettte of four young Cathedral - Bookkeep Swink. wedding trip will include Do you gat up at night? Sanol Is men, and the young lady Columbian The Quarettte, Misses Muzzv, Perry. v ing Course of our Simplified Short visits in Houston. New Orleans nnd surely the best for nil kidney or Andon-gand Pierce, and Signor Sanol gives relief final stop will be in and wife, Prof. W. S. Culp and hand Course, the latter course con Atlanta. The C, where Lieutenant bladder troubles.. Columbia, S. the directress, Mrs. Harriett Gunn sisting of THIRTY LESSONS, and Anderson is stationed at Camp Jnck-so- in 24 hours from all backachu nnd a guaran-tee- d Rnhortsnn. nnd Miss Morrison, the we guarantee you from $85 to $125 a home bladder troubles. Sanol is they will be reader, all gave good music and lec month as soon as you qualify. Money for and where Mrs. Olin at Mc and $1.00 n bottle remedy Barnett a tures and we were all Dencmcu mere-b- back if not satisfied. Two hundred Strange, while. in Temple (Texns) Mirror, at tho drug store. The talent met at the Rosel house groom, who Sunday, July 28. The Sunday and enjoyed the first social thousands satisfied, money-makin- g nnd popular Lincoln is a between the By an agreement timo in the season, and all regretted former students. Clip, fill out, and county boy, is a son of Mr. and Mrs. manufacturers of pnsscnger autothey could not meet here again send us the following coupon: that d mobiles William II. Anderson, of the War Industries and the next year. The sale of tickets and section. Board, the production of cars durpaying of pledges about paid the exCOUPON ing the last six months of 1918 will penses for the first time in three DRAUGHTON'S COLLEGE, Rev. A. L. Cauldcr, pastor of the be limited to 25 per cent of the total years. Nashville, Tenn.l colored Baptist church, had the mis- production in 1917. fortune to have his driving horse DEATH OF A GOOD WOMAN Send me, FREE, your book on budly High-clas- s job printing at the Infall. His knees hurt Mrs. Eliza Murphy, who after a Home Study, and tell mo about split open by a his head badly were and cu. terior Journal office. long and painful illness of cancer of your new plan of teaching tho the liver nnd stomach, passed away EMOS Srr.NCtn. PrfUUM learn, en at her home at Kings Mountain had plan whereby it is EASY to ShortClUS C. IIAIIHI3. ! rmidral BY MAIL, Bookkeeping, Monday, August 19, 1918. She B. II. UNUSIT. SeCTfUry nointense sufferer of this dread r been an ' hand, Penmanship, etc. This s disease somo time, the onset of which tice was clipped from the Interior her frail tenement could no longer Journal, Stanford, Ky. withstand. Mrs. Murphy was a Miss S-fTiMShe Yours truly, Wm Horton before her marriage. was the widow of Eugene Murphy. old. She Mrs. Murphy was 54 years leaves one daughter, Mrs. Frank (Name) Dishon. of Detroit, Mich., nod four A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OF iwnninu grandchildren and three sisters. Mrs. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 321 CUTHRIE STREET, North of Po.toffice William Murphy, Mrs. G. W. Leach, (Address) of near Pleasant Point, and Mrs. Tom young men and women for Business or Civil Service Trains Gooch. of Hustonville, who mourn All who deiire to Qualify for either or both lines ol loved ones that she is no more. Her ministering Thn fnmmn croneralcss (in .he new positions. were around her bedsido thines) was rallying her employment should write for full information at once. nr.liT of to her needs. Many years ago she irflwdrinp troons. became a member of the Pleasant "Women 5" she crieu, waving ner Point Baptist church and was a firm hatpin aloft. "Women, will you give God. way to mannish fear?" believer in the Fatherhood of She bore her sufferings with that a fnnt murmur ran mrouKii inc that characterizes a true Chris-tai- lines, but still they wavered; where were held at upon the generalcss piayeci ner iar Funeral services Pleasant Point Baptist church, conducted by Rev. Martin. Burial was Women 1" she shouted fiercely, wade in the cemetery nearby. Her "will you show the white feather in .iinirfiil. bulnfnl lifn devotion and a season when feathers are not beTry them and be convinced that you can make your old tiro a new kindness to everybody will long ing worn?" limror n n frncmnt memorV in the one, by Waving us half solo it with the famous GATES HALF The cliect was magical. home which her presence brightened "Never!" roared the troops, nnd SOLE. It wil run you 3,500 miles without a puncture. and which death has now darkened. with a British cheer they onco moro To know her was to love her. hurled themselves upon tho foe. Mis Mnssln Hell. ilnUL'hter of Mr. These are a few of the prices at tho present: LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEER nnd Mrs. Frank Bell, nnd Mr. Dallas $ 1 0.50 . -30x3 WRITES Rule surprised their many friends 12.70 When the kidneys are not working here by slipping off to JclTersonville 30x3 W iney properly, backache, stiff joints, rheu- nnd getting married msi weeK. nfter ".45 -.- ....31x3 dnys in Louisville, spent n few matic pains and suffering result. which they returned to Liberty, l4-732x3 V4 , George McLain, Turtlo Lake, N. D., where they will live. Saturday night 16.40 34x3 r. writes: "I am a locomotive engineer. uite a number or their irienos gave 19.75 them a shower party leaving numer 31x4 I had a bad pain in my back and my bladder action was very irregular. ous household articles. 20.10 32x4 I took Foley Kidney Pills and was re- News. 20.95 33x4 lieved in a couple of days." Sold CAUGHT COLD AT PALM BEACH everywhere. 21.30 34x4 Southern climate Is no protection Helen It. against summer colds. Henry Kaufman, president of vy. ruim Bring us your old tire and let us make It new. Kaufman-Strau- s Company, world Saunders, uju zna av ''v lTi insMHli nfiitj6fllTlif'-ui;'cw'"''-'"Ml traveler and one of Louisvillo's most Beach, Fla., writes: "My severe colda prominent business men, died at his on the chest was reliovcd by Foley summer home at Charlevoix, Mich., Honey and Tar Compound." This fine where he went in the hope of improv- old family remedy can bo depended upon to relieve summer colds, hay ing: his health. DANVILLE, KY. fever, asthma and croup. Sold Because a man fixed a lock for a J. B. WILLIAMS, PraprUtor. woman neighbor, and did not send Copt R. M. Gllmore, an old solher a bMI, she left him in her will I G. H. MASTERS, Local Ag.at. JS.000 that enabled him to leave a dier and former resident of Pulaski couniy, is ueau in lausaogee, uuu, New Jewey almshouse. e J3i5,-000,0Civil-Servicout-of-toer Civil-Service ig-giui y. well-know- n May-woo- Commercial School for-titu- n. Gates Half Soles I Hughes & McCarty Office Phono ISO RcsicUnca Fhoncs 182 and 1S4 Thelnt crnational RubberSales Co. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. , X r I ?.'.Jl: Mjc- iThe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 30, 1918 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that nil or Any persons holding claims against the cstato of George Hunn, deceased, nre hereby notified to (lie uma with me, duly proven ns required by ,law, on or before .September 2G, 10I9-- or be thcronftor burred. Any portions who mny be indebted to the cstntc of flcorgo Hunn, do censed, nre notified to mnkc Fettle-nirwith the undersigned nt once. This August 22, 1018. nt Page - 1 hre The Byrne Optical Service .aWff&wJtaaaaaaaaaaaal BrU'&jiaalBHBaaaaaaaaaaaaaT a tJBaaaaaaHaajBaaaaaaaa As Admlnlitrntor of George llunn, CD It deceased. RANDOLPH CO'rTKV. APPEALED TO The government wnnts locust timber to build shins with nnd for other purposes with which to help end this terrible wnr. If you nre a patriotic citizen nnd hnvc locust trees on your place and do not let the government hnvc it nt n fnir price, you arc n peculinr person. I nm ngent for Ilenr Ilros. Lumber Co., of Mnd-JsoInd., who buy locust for government purposes. I want you to let me or Hear Hros. know how much locust you hnvc on your fnrm or boundary nnd how much you enn spnre. We buy nil alios of locust. large preferred, nnd pny good prires. Wnnt them delivered nt your rallrond station. Let me hear from you right nwny. Either write me or to Hear Ilros, nt Mndison, Ind. It, CUItTIS, Wnynesburg, Ky. f C9-4- p YOUR PATRIOTISM 2iBaaaaaaBjka BBaaHBaaoBaaBr Eyes Tested. 12 Glasses Fitted. 18 Years' Experience. Years in Lincoln and Adjoining Counties. AT St. Ivan Hotel, Crab Orchard, Ky. Sept. 2nd to 7th "A gentleman In tho seat behind tapped the sergeant sternly on the shoulder. " 'How dare you Issue orders with n pipe In your mouth?' he asked. '(Jo home and read paragraph 174. section M. part IX. I am Major r.usiaco unrrou.' "Here n "gentleman with n drooping white mustache Interposed from the other side of the nislc: " 'If Mnlor Carroll.' he said coldlv, 'will consult 31 of seotlon K, he will learn thnt to reprimand a sergennt in the presence of a private is nn offense not lightly to be overby-la- tomr SCHOOL OF THE SOLDIER "The neat nnd even clcpant of the American uddlcr Isn't mnlntnlned." snld Wnr Secretary linker, "without hnrd work. Yen, the work Is hnrd, but doesn't the result more thnn justify It? "On tho train the other dny. n nrivnle snt with his tunic unbuttoned, for the temperature wns high. A strode up to him nnd snld! "'nutton up thnt tunic! Did you never hear of 217, 4? I'm Sergonnt Jabcz Wlnterhnt- scr-gen- nt by-lnn kSr INct Contents ISTluid Pracl CASTORIA For Infants and Children. c Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ' l ''TEmim . 'l PER AclabteftcpwationfeAjAlways A m I tinQthcStosdrt5fldDqtorfl Bears the Thereby IVwnoHn$WitfJM Signature ' rrnlinT.-- GEKC - nclthcr Oplam,Morpwenof Itaeral.NqTNAHcp . of tx,r II ft A W0 m looked.' " J. J. BYRNE Optometrist I Employ No Agents MV FATHER (By Joha H. Stylet, Jr.) My father is the finest man In all this world to me; He's all that's good, nnd brnvc, nnd FOR SALE A number one good work horse. Sec me nt once, J. It. Powell, Stanford. Ip Optician The things a mnn should be. There never wns n better friend Or wiser one thnn Dad; He's lust the truest hearted pal A fellow ever had. Mv father's creed is faithfulness; He seeks to serve his God, His loved ones nnd his fellow men; Content Is he to plod Along the quiet wnys of life; He wnnts no tow'ring fame Or mighty wenlth his goal is this: A true a ii.rnfnllfrmedyfor f ConslipatioftandDIarrb1 naiminlhcttfromjnjafiwy,-Tac Simile & Use For Over Tnrenr.utnr Commissioner's Sale LINCOLN !' if !V OCT 3 Sijntort1 CIRCUIT COURT IMnintilT. Cbristinn Grnves, Ac, Versus Notice of Sale. Defendants. Ellen Hoe, Ac, In obedience to n judgment rendered in the above styled court and fiction nt the Mny term, 1018, tho undersigned Commissioner will on Monday, September !, 1918 (County Court dny), nt about 11 A. M., in front or the court-hous- e door in' Stanford, Ky., olTer for sale nt pub-- 1 lie cutcry to the highest nnd beat bid-- J tier n trnct of land on the wnters of the Hnnging in Lincoln county, Kvnturkv, adjoining the lands of Stnjre, Helm. Reynolds nnd Hill, being part of the old W. II Young tract of lnd, containing 2U acres, more or I CM. Kentucky State Fair Louisville THECEVTAUnCOMPAVr. Thirty Years I September Ken ! NKW itUMJVa rnmsMPtTfmJiH ELUWiSMlltVTWm 9-1- 4 pure, unsullied name. SEPTEMBER 8 i GRAND SUNDAY PRELIMINARY PROGRAM Thavlu's Band of 40 World Famed Soloist Chorus of 300 Voices Two Flights by Ruth Law 78.000.00 1 vt is the kind of man That I would like to be: He's wholesome, gentle, just, My father CASTORIA TNC Exact Copy of Wrapper. sin- - CKNT.U. COM..NT MC VO.M CITT. Totsl Premium Doef Cftttla Show $78,000.00 5,000.00 The object of the Hale is for n division of the proceeds among the owners. TERMS The stile will be mude on n credit of six months, A bond w:ll bo required of the purchaser with gooil security for the purchase payable to the Commissioner, jirii-cl'ia"ng i" interest from date of sale until paid, having the force nnd rlTc of a judgment and secured by lun t n the land . 910,000.00 Saddle Hor Fstted and Feeding Cattle Show 8tke 1 0,000.00 $10,000.00 RUTH LAW AUTO POLO Aerial Queen 8port Thriller Oe Luxe Hippodrome 8 how Magnificent Send (or Catalogue KM Republic AUTOMOBILE RACES World's Crack Driver Mlday Special R. R. Rates Fount T. Kromer, Seo'y Dulldlno, Loultvllle, Ky. V C WUTON. MCI CC Public Sale of Home And Stock I THE RETIRING FARMER by Uncle Sam. Comes a story from various sec- Not excepting the farmer. tions of the state that farmers are retiring from active tilling of the soil A POEM OF POTSDAM of late nt a much earlier nge than has We've n substitute for butter been their custom in bygone years. ALL BLACK Anil n substitute for ham, .Most of them nre at the Mclindy. bereaved of her husband. old homesteads, fewremnininc A substitute for prptzels nre drifting into And n substitute for jam. consulted her young mistress on the tho villages. proper wear she should purchnse Hut they nre turning over to their We've n substitute for leather from the dry goods store to uest dis boys the nctive farm work. close her grief. And n substitute for steel, And in these localities the reason "Ah wants a black hat. an a is We've a substitute ror rabbit no secret. black dress, an' black shoes, an' And n substitute for veal. It is merely an effort to save their black gloves, nn' n whole black handsons from the draft. kerchief, mn'nm." We've n substitute for metals "Oh. no. Melindy." her mistress And a substitute for fruits; The public at Inrge will have no solid black hand- quarrel with the farmer for retirprotested; "not n Oh if w hnd n substitute 1" kerchief ing. Generally it recognizes that in For nil these substitutes "Honey," remarked Melindy, im- the past the farmer has been hating pressively, "when ah mourns, ah rough sledding. And it has no comSpeaking to representative mourns 1" nnd employer of plaint now that he is finally coming X'irhnlai Van der Pyl. repre into his own, appreciating fully that The Interior Journal $1,130 a year conditions not of his making but of senting the Department of Labor, world dictation are putting and keen dcclnred that it was absolutely ing prices for his products where they thnt indutry cooperate with are today, it may grumble a little tho United States to win tho war. declared that tho but it will pay the price. Mr. Van der P-rs 1 cere The soul of honesty. I wnnt to live a life like his. And oh, I want to prove My right to bear my father's name And share his priceless love. From The American Hoy. -- t --4 neC-e?a- rv the cxtrema weakness often results In Impaired hearing, weakened eyesight, bronchitis nnd other troubles, but if Scott'g Ematuon Is given promptly. it carries strength to tho organs and creates rich blood to build up tho depleted forces. ChOJrcn thrive on Scott" t Emutilon. will on MMrW.'J It Is Ice from AtcohoL For folks generally are pretty lib- tconoralc situation in Germany was still good and that it was up to tho eral minded. farmer United States to win the war. Hut unless the rettrrng does his part in the next Liberty Use of practically all classes of Loan drive, buys uncle &anvs Libmotorcycles nnd motor- erty Bonds in a measure proportionn Ci,tw!fia .. ... ... lll.'UL? ate to his prosperity and puts aside t.ni I'll UUIIltM,.i' tina linnn nriloron all doubt that he is doing his duty r.tonnod by the Fuel Administration to the utmost, there is likely to be until further notice as a gasounc Automobiles a decisive protest agninst this auto- conservation measure. for hire are included in the curtail- matic immuning of his sons. Only voluntary comFor the nublic hns little nntience r.ent program. the request will just now with slncking or subterfuge. ' pliance with mandatory order. prevent It expects every man to do his duty isruance of j Tuesday, Sept. 3, 1918 Beginning at 10 A. M., c Sell My Residence In Moreland, Ky. Containing 6 rooms, bath and toilet, three porches, Pantry. Has good stock barn and ail necessary outbuildings. Two good Cisterns. Five acres in Lot. As administrator of the estate of Mrs. Ann J. Bricken, deceased, I will offer at public auction, on the farm that is known as the home place and fronting on the Springfield and Lebanon turnpike, about 3U miles from Lebanon and 54 miles from springfield, on PUBLIC SALE Tuesday, Sept. 3 Beginning 10:30 A. M. - - .OJ M j -- m-i - tr LIVE STOCK: And wc will also at ths same time and place, sell nine head of Jacks and Jennets, one Jack Rood size and color, and well broke; one large Jack, good color and well broke; one extra Jack, one yearling Jack, five Jennets, running from one year old to aged Jennets, one of which is due to foal. This herd of Jacks a fid Jennets is as good as there is in the country, and all subject to register. Also six good work mules, from three to seven years old, one extra good gelding, ten years old, has taken more blue tics than any horse in the county; one d black gelding, and one nice bay marc, four years old; marc, colt by side. four-year-old FARM OF 286 ACRES The farm contains by a recent survey 28G acres and 32 poles. It will be offered separately in two tracts and then as a whole, and sold in the manner it brings the most money. v three-year-ol- d two-year-o- ld three-year-ol- eight-year-ol- d 10 as good Milk Cows as there are in the county One sow and pigs, one good buggy, extra good rubber tire runabout, good as new, one long shaft Frazier cart, nearly new. Several sets of good buggy hare ness and a lot of wagon harness, also a lot of plow gear, one good e wagon, and a. lot of farming implements, plows, etc. wagon, one and many other things too numerous to mention. Household and Kitchen Furniture consisting or bedsteads, washstands, dressers, nice organ, cook stove and many other things too numerous to mention. two-horsone-hors- TRACT NO. 1 contains 123 acres and 12 square poles. It has on it a house of 5 rooms, two good tobacco barns that have held 12,000 pounds of tobacco or more, and a small stock bar.n. A pond that has not been dry for several years, a well and springs. This farm is all cleared land. Has on it a locust grove that will make 800 or 1,000 posts, and good fencing. TRACT NO. 2 contains 103 acres and 20 square poles of good land. This tract has no buildings on it. Has about 50 acres of woodland with some valuable oak and other timber, and when cleared will grow excellent Burley tobacco. Tho whole farm of 286 acres is in a good state of cultivation and is a fine stock farm. The land is strong limestone, is fertile and is well adapted to blue grass. Ladies of the Red Cross will furnish Dinner. TERMS REASONABLE, AND MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. MRS. LOU AND C. C. CARPENTER COL. Another farm belonging to the estate, containing about 170 acres, near the above land but not adjoining, will be offered at the same time and place. Ihis tract is about 3 miles from Lebanon, and about 300 yards from the Lebanon and Springfield pike. No ground on this farm has been cultivated for several years, except 7 acres for tobacco last spring. All the rest of tho farm is in grass. It has on" it a good "barn about 39 feet square, a good pond and two wells. Terms will be reasonable and will bo made known on day of sale. I will be pleased to show these farms to any prospective buyer. Farm of 1 70 Acres J J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. MORELAND, KY. JAMES M. BRICKEN, Admr., Lebanon, Kentucky T -- t " . -- i . -- - '. : rrfi- - L .. . .o -- , rtrMiirii ii t ,.. i dtaiiir - ii i mail in rsaf"Ttfaf MVWMlSJ'i J vr '' f.'', iOt ags 4t ( " The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 30, 1918 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E. C Walton aaj J. H. WriikT IXj tncfl4 tt ttmm&rt, Jr InUrti r m9 mtitf. I'V. v r 4' paw o Ar,a ii Iff 1 117al V a WS? wnrnc wirn inu, mmm !'" k :,!,, f? . .. V 7mw .. -- J L. w ' A AW W w nm Hot Weather Clothing SALE We-will- ' LK" C' ''. IF YOU HOLD ANY FIRST CONVERTED LIBERTY LOAN AND FOUR PER CENT. BONDS INTHEM CONVERTED DESIRE CENT.:filONDS, TO 4 1.4 PER 1932.47, OR ANY SECON LIBERLOAN FOUR PER CENT. BONDS AN DESIRE THEM INTO 4 4 PER CENT. LEAVE THEM BONDS OF 1927-4BANK AND WE WILL AT THIS TY 7, D El K( FORWARD THEM FOR CONVER-SIO- THE LINCOLN BANK, NATIONAL " NEXT TO COURT-HOUSE,- COUNTY "CORNER STAN-FOR- KY. " M & The Lincoln County National Bank "CORNER NEXT TO THE COU" HOUSE" Stanford, Kentucky $ t The pnssage in both houses of Congress by practically a unanimous vote of the new draft bill, demonstrates beyond all doubt that the Lit tenertWto Profcountry is in spirit, In body and in HuaUrffaCirdeof and Experience. soul with the President in his determ it by Her Wisdom ination to crush Germany and do it without delay, it may be recalled that when the bill to raise an army oy tne uratt system was tirst agitated, there was much opposition to that method. Many men, true and courageous though they were, balked at the term "draft." It sounded too In almost anr communltr Uicro Is a cram! much like "force" and that is what ma wlto knows Mother's Friend,. Not only every American is violently against. Is slio reminiscent of bcr 0vjr experience, Hut time has shown the wisdom of but It was through her rccomrnendstiah that the great man at the helm of the ship so many cipectant mothers inrjfcu the comof state, and the finger of pride is fort and blclne of this f.imor rrtrpilr. Mother! Friend Is an external application pointed now to an unconquerable prepared cjneclallv for expectant mothers army in France, soon to be augment after the formula of a noted famllr physi- ed by the legions who will be armed cian. It certainly has a wonderful effect clause in renewing tension brouxnt about by ex and equipped under the pinning muwies, anu a a mwi rraieiui who will add laurels nnd re to the woman awaiting motif and nown to an army that the world will erhood. Tlio action of Mother' Friend male tho acclaim as invincible. minclcs free, pliant nnd responsive. Congress nlwnys feels the pulse 'When baby arrives tbey expand eailly. and pain of the people before it nets on any nnd at the crisis U naturally les. Strain upon tbe nerved and ligaments Is great question, ami it is right that it evened and In claco of n period at fllwnm. should do so, as it is the mouthpiece fort and consequent dread. It Is n season of of American freemen. The unani calm reposo and happy anticipation. Mother's Friend enable the mother to pre- mous vote given President Wilson's serve her health and natural grace nnd she latest desire to increase the army remains a pnetty mother by liavlnc ntoMed strength, doubting shows every tho pain ami suflctjne which more often than otherwise accompanies such an occasion Thomas that the country is aroused wnen nature is unaiaeu. and determined to exterminate the Writs tlm nmilffeM 1tfiiT"ifaf rrt Lamar BMtf... Athnta, Ga.. for their "Mollt- - German autocracy, cost what Jt may. Truly in unity there is strength. -i j'" meantlmo.u .muufc ers. ami In tho iimuuuiu do not by any chance fail to purchase a bottlo of Mother's friend from tho ilnjjrjM and thus fortify CATTLE KILLED BY LIGHTNING yourjelf nealnst pain nnd discomfort. Moth-fr- s Mr. C. M. Back, of Hustonvilk. "end slioulil Ikj applied nlgbt and morn- - had three cattle two yearlings and lug nun inu utmost reffmianiy. a milk cow killed by lightning News comes from Kings Mountain Thursday afternoon. that Sam Ilamm, an old Union solBuy a War Savings Stamp tobay. dier, died there Tuesday. 18-1- 5 ;1111111- Grandma Talks , About Babies IN UNITY THERE IS STRENGTH -- fcC IfO II v '. 11 Sco?jomy Since 2 " f " ' ioi both calfskin and sole leather All other items have risen over that enter into the making of a pair of shoes are higher some several hundred per cent. OLLIE JAMES CROSSES THE GREAT DIVIDE A pane of rfiost poignant sorrow fills every true henrt in Kentucky as well an in the entire nation to know that Senator Olllc M. James ii no more. After several month' confinement at n Haltimorc hosnitnl the end came at 0:30 o'clock, Wednesday, of Rricht's disease, which claims so groat n toll annually of the human race. Comparatively n young mnn, hnving been born July 27, 1871, he had already carved out n name and fnme that will fill the honrts of this and future generations with pride Rom in the little nnd reverence. town of Marion, in Crittenden county, of pnrents, who were unable to give him the collegiate education he desired, he made the most of his opportunities in the common nnd nca demic schools of the vicinage, nnd read law under his father. l II. Jnmos, being ndmittcd ta the bar in 1891. While not turning his attention entirely to the law. he was engaged in n number of important cases, the most notable being when he appeared for Gov. Gocbcl in his contest for governor. The love of politics and n desire for a political life were early developed in Senator James and nt 17 he was chosen n page in the Kentucky legislature, where he learned the art of politics in which he was drstincd to become famous. He served four terms in Congress before being elected to the U. S. Senate in 1JH2 for n term which would not hnvc expired till next Jarch. He had already been renominated for a second term by n majority exceeding 40,000, In the lower house of Congress h immediately took n leading part and in the Senate he was the recognized leader of his pnrtv and the especial snokesman of the President. He wa.T doing n great work for his State, his country an,d his kind when the cruel hnnd of death marked him as its victim. No man of hfs years has ever been more signally honored by his party than Senator James. He has beet a delegate to every National convention since 1890 and presided over both of them that nominntcd l'ic matchless Woodrow Wilson for President, in which capacity he added to his growing fame. In December, 190n. he married Miss Kuth Thomas, of his home town nnd she survives him without offspring. Mnssive of bodv and brain, of a winning manner which made him popular with all classes, a speaker of rare power. hoe words sent conviction to his heirers and a or Democrat of the nurest strain. James was the idol of Democracy, which in this Statu would have honored him with any office in iN gift, while his hold on the Democrat of the nation was o great that it w.n often predicted that he vould soim day be their president, for phi h he was often spoken and justly regarded in line. It is with peculiar sorrow that Ui" write of the death of this great m n, who had on several occasions Int'l obligations, and it is hnrd o fathom why he should have b 'en taken in the zenith of his usefu'n s, which ho was exerting so rrunf illy to the good of his kind. His pl.ic will be hard to fill in the State ml nation, which stand with uncov -- cd heads and with hearts filled v. h grief that the pitiless hand of deifi should hnve been laid on one so worthv of long life and greater hon ors. Death has been unusuallv active recently in the august body oT which Senator James was the most shining mark and who, in his robustness seemed impervious to his darfs, but the king of terrors is no respecter of persons and has nil seasons for his own. Rnaring neither the small nor the great, and dailv reminding us of Hut thoushis power and dominion. ands will seek in vain for n reason great 'man, capable of so that, this much ijood, shoulil be taken from us. Mav Got! Pitv us all anil give us bel ter understanding of his mysterious ways. Se-at- , for 15 Days, sell all our (Summer Clothing at Greatly Reduced Prices. They consist of Palm Beaches, Cool Cloths, and Light Weight Summer Clothing. Also a big line of BOYS' SUMMER CLOTHING, Wash Pants, Palm Beaches and Linen. Men's Panama Hats, Straw Hats and Leghorns are included in this sale. HOW DO V3 THESE-STRIKE YOU? Men's and Ladies' Low Cut Shoes are included. You can save money now as these goods are going higher every day. -- MctfOBERTS, BAILEY & RUPLEY "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" MISS EMMA LONG ENTERTAINS Miss Kmma Long entertained with a party Wednesday evening in honor of Mi-- s Sallie Hogic, of Crab OrDuring the eening Miss chard Maggie Mae Farmer on the piano and Arthur Skirvin on the violin furcharming music. Refretdi-incut- s nished of ice cream, cake and grape juice were sxrved Those preent Two things to be thankful for: were Misses Sallie llogie. Crab Or Cole lllease's defeat in South Caro- chHrd; Mayme Wilder and Gertrude lina and Mis Rankin's Waterloo in Milliurn, Danville; Mabel Keilm, Montana. A mighty good time to McKmnvy; Maggie Mae larmer. Susje Re nobis, and Iliisn and sing the old Doxology, STANFORD, KY. Cnlun Hester, John Tuckrr, Kugeiif Goode, Guy Tucker anil Juitis Dawson. "It is almost certain the Hepubli-can- s will nominate a candidate for the short term for senator." says a Frankfort dispatch W. D Cochran, brother of Federal of Mnsville, Judge A M. J. Cochran, was mentioned as a possible eltttion, ami hi name will be urged before the State ( ommittee Hlgb-clus- s Job printing nt the Interior Journal ofllcc. Messrs 9 ing up on the band wngon and helping to hasten that which should no longer be delayed. We congratulate them on tho wisdom in living to learn nnd accepting with as much complacency a possible the Roman proverb: "Times change and we are changed by them." tttOf0$9f9f0t(tei9O-S9e69O0- Administrator's and Surviving Partner's 9 SaieO f Land And Personal Estate H. C. Baughmart, as administrator, and Collins Moore, as surviving partner and an agent of the other hiirs of David Moore, deceased, will on 9 Wednesday, Sep. 4th well-improved loo. COURIER-JOURNA- L Our advice, in view of this Mtuation, i- t- pay at least 7.50 to $12 for your It li true economy. jape T ',- i?. bct- materials will justify the expenditure. Lome in and lee Our ros3eti mooeis lor iiu, tf he satisfaction, you get from the trr workmanship aft! S "- - il;- -' 1 CAtahcs Ufcb Tt&Zh Buy" W" SCHOOL CLOTHES M.' i Our stock of Boys' Suits, Shoes, Caps, Shirts, Neckwear and Blouses is now complete. These wearables are designed and tailored to give serv ice and satisfaction. We also have a complete Jine of Shoes for Girls, and vou will find any thing you want in this line at our store, so when 'in need call on us. ROBINSON'S S' s.sxs.i. n SUFFRAGETTC With the change of ownership nnd reduced to editor Watterson emeritus, a change in many of the Courier-Journalpolicies was to be expucted, but it seems almost incredible that the paper, which so viciously and opposed woman scufTrage so savagely the more aggressive of the advocates, should ever come out flatfooted for the innovation nnd that Mr. Watterson himself should write the editorinl announcing the change of front. The labored to show that it was rieht, when it denounced the "Silly Sa'lies" and the "Crazv Janes" and that it 13 right now in its soniprsault is nlmosc pitiable and shows the futility of being too cock sure of anything oxept that nil is vanity and vexation of spirit While never an ardent advocnte of votes for women, the writer has for .1 long lime seen the trend of nublic sentiment to it nnd has ncith' 1 wasted arguments against or tried to put stumbling blocks in the wny of what seemed settled in advance. The e war has shown that women ar of doinsf nearly cveryth'iiR n man can nnd that they arc not only doing their bit but their nil o help make flic world a fit nnd n safe place to live in. In fnct without the aid of tho women the men might as well lay down their nrms and let the Germans become rulers of tho uni verse. To deny them suffrage, there fore, if they want it, is nn inlustic that we wero sure would not bo tol eratcd very long, especially in a country where former slaves nro given tho ballot together with the fg In the states nornnt nnd vicious. that have granted them suit rage, women have shown themselves as capable of a proper use of the ballot as men and to withhold it from them appears unamerican and undemocrat ic, lresldent wnson nns declared for it and he is a leader for all of us to follow. The Courier-Journand its editor emeritus are therefore wise In crawl BECOMES Mr. 's pt cap-abl- e w public outcry his land and personal estate. blue-gras- s The land consists of a d 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 who! the bids realizing the most money accepted. The personal property consists of 10 milch cows and calves, one 3 bull; 12 yearling heifers; 14 yearling cattle; year-olpair sorrel mules, 3 and 4 year3 old; pair yearling horse mules; 3 brood, mares; I pair Percheron draft mares; 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-hainterest in No. 5 Dick cutting box, "Blizzard," with 15 h. p. F. engine, one set blacksmith tools, buggy Also 1,000 bales mixed hay, 500 bales wheat straw, some etc. household goods. Also model 37 Buick automobile, cream separator, 75 breeding ewes, 25 long yearling cattle. Terms of sale. Land will be sold for cash, remainder in 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 well-watere- at the late home netr Shelby City, in Lincoln county, Ky., sell at d 1 1 lf 1 1 1 one-thir- d 1 1 o m Personal property. All surns of fifty dollars and under cash; over that sum, note with good personal security, payable January , 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. Sale will begin 0 o'clock A. M. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. THE RED CROSS LADIES WILL FURNISH DINNER 1 1 i :J s rsm ...? .JWtfflP-1-"- ra8ii--'5tJ'-- ': ydhf.fi uayn The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday August 30, 1918 T Page Fiv . " llll I Ill This Corn Will Peal Right Off! "OeU'It" MaIcm Com Cone The "Banana-Peel- " Way! Off -. ft BE PATRIOTIC AND DO YOUR jour fare up Into a wrinkly knot wlillr you kouro and pull nt the "iiulck" of a tender corn? Thai's up llko the fiuttia youraelf bulging eyee letter 75", and with draw Why have to flop on the floor, PART THE NEXT LIBERTY LOAN IS SCHEDULED TO DECIN SEPT. 2fllh AND END OCT. 10th, 1D1B. ALL PERSONS SHOULD ItEGIN AT ONCE TO SAVE MONEY TO HE INVESTED IN THESE ttONDS. THE riRST NATIONAL BANK WILL BE PLEASED TO HAVE YOU DEPOSIT IN ITS SAVINGS DE. PARTMENT, OR IN YOUR CHECK-INACCOUNT, MONEY TOR THAT PURPOSE, AND TOR OTH-E- G I 'CslWl" Alwajt WoiW.I the old, Avane way. "Oeta-It- " In PURPOSES. the modern, painless, simple way. nnd two drops of THE BANK IS PREPARED AT Ian " over on the.putcorn, put your "Clets-ltALL TIMES TO REGISTER UNITED atocklne nnd ehoe rleht on and foraet the corn, l'aln T asaln. eased. STATES BONDS, AND TO "Oets-I- t' has revolutionized the treatment of corns. It never IrriTHE LOWER RATE tates the itrue nah. You'll stop BEARING BONDS TO llmrslnir on the side of your shoe, nnd do away with creasy salves, HIGHER RATE BONDS. bundllnr bondages, thick plastera aud painful methods. Us "dets-It- , -- " .. "' t w common sense lie Oeta-ll,- " the RUaranteed. money. kack the only sure way, costs but a trifle at any druR store Mrs. N. W. Kowle hail a ?ood nlcht PERSONAL AND SOCIAL M'fd by E. Lawrence &Co,Chlcago,lll. Sept. 2 School of Kxnrclon nml and is thought to he improving. Sold in Stanford and recommendPrnmnttr Art opem. MIm Ilurch's ' Miss Mary Tucker, of Ilustoivillr, visiting Ml Josephine Itmilv ed ns the world's bast corn remedy tudio. Howard J. Hrazelton, Jr., Is elsrk-ini- r by The Penny Prnr "Store. in the New Stanford Drug Store. Boll poit Mr. ami Mr. W Mrs. J. I H. CofTey and son, ShelCute Little Miss Sara Hun was unSunilnv lnt with T G. Bennett ntvl by Coffey, are attending the London iting Lebanon friends. family. Clever Logan Wood is to serve the I.etllp Wnlkcr MrKinny fair. Mi Mr. Waller Ijinrmtcr ness trip to rorsythe made a bus! Danville people (an postmhster for ThtiMilny with aiM'tit Pineville first of the another term. onrrntulatinns to frirmli. w eek. them and best wishes for the- efficient MIm Mnttii McClnry pont a ilnv Mr. W O Scott was the week-enanil clever nflc,ial. or w with Mm. J. E. Buck nt tiiiestof his mother, Mrs. Snllie Creek. Scott. WITH THE CHURCHES l Dr. ami Mm. A S. Price of Mr J F rntintv, tpent yesterday with here "hakin-- ; Cummins, of Hellpvue, is - Methodic worship nt the courthands with his host of house Sunday morning nt 10: If). fricml here Sumlny school at 9:40. Mr. J. II Tumor win over from friends. Mrs. I A. Potter is visiting her Itev W P. Welburn will preach Xlrhnlnavillr with the fnmily of Mm daughter, Mrs. J. P. Holderman, in Nenl's Creek Sunday nfternnon nt at .1 V. S. firinnteml. o'clock. Sunday school at 2:.10 Or A. C. I.noll. of ML Vernon. LouisMlle. Dr It It Ilnuriirnn. of Lebanon, Christian Church Sunday school, wnn hori' Thurxilny to ronnult Dr J. was here Thursday with Mr. II. C. 10 A M ; lord's Supper and morning II. IVrkiiiK. clentK sermon, 11 A M ; Union Christian Mi Eltit Mao SiuinileM went to Ituidev and family Miss Maude Arnold hns returned Endeavor. 7 .10 P M. I omlnn 'oclnrlny morning to iit from n to friends in the Cy secItev Mr- - W. R., Pillion. Claud Mtngledorf. fount r pastor of the Methodist church of MImp Annette unit Smile Wenren tion of Garrard county Mias Ellen Siott hns to Louis- Morelaml, is shortly to leave for fro apewllnir novernl ilnv with Mr ville to be gone several days the sTorea to do missionary work. J"iltcin M Satifli'V at Uirhmonil lIuton-rlllo- . guesi oi irtemis mere Ruliv Sponr. of Mtat The pastor will leave for confer Mr and Mrs Alfred Eads were up ence next Tuesday morning atnl Jov Ttulor. of P.invilV, r It is Mielli v of lrm Mr and count T lirst Newth week hoped that till church btiino&a for the flf MIm Beanie Mcformacl: ((tiet with Mrs. P land year will he settled before Sunday. Mr Ailillt and ilnuehter, Mi Herbert Huffman has succeeded The dedication of the new Methodimntnrl Axliill, of Richmond, are Miniiel Turpin at the water works. ist dumb will have to be postponed of Mm Stewart Cnrwn. tb Tumtn will start to tchool Hondav to a later date than that announced Mrs. Prextflii L. Heck, of Stanford, Mr iml Mr J T Menofee am! J as the windows hnve not et arrive U vlailinc Mn Roy Minter nml (am-H- r Menofee. Jr . of Cleveland. O . Richmond out In thr country Presbyterian Sunday. Church snendine a fe. dnvs with his nnr- - Sept 1. Sunday school. 0'."; mornt nts here hn MIm KlltaUth Illttitin. 1 ; sermon b the pastor Mr of ing scrvue frmn n month' vlait with her I ovH r'mmett Hasty and family, off- I'nion C. E meeting, 7:110 Evening Green, weiv callers at this Dr Harry Himrlna. "n Rich- brother service at HnptNt church ice- Thurlnv. Mr Hastv is n tunnel, V The Hot kcastle Baptist sso in (Mtntii of the I lire. W G Mnnttrnmrrv. of, Mr. Snears Fisher J. fomilv .have tion. of which J J Painter i and lias and i la vfmiwk ner par-rnlflHmTiii. Mr It II rCtnir. at moved back to Stanford from Pan-bill- e been clerk for nine consecutive veais, IIm and and their man friends here are meets next Tuesday and Wednesdav Morelaiiil. with Union Ridge church four and Senator It. l Hubble ami MtHtani triad to hae them anion them airain one-hamiles from Hrodhem! The aeed Mr Jihn Yountr. of the 1 W C K8lnk. II Olvria ami llnchland ectKn, tulfereil a of IVxtrr Ballon Hnt Thursday at the pamlvsia Wednesday nijfht strokehas theDr Howard J. Hrazelton, pastor of and Christian church of tins cit. Somatic! fair 'pr heen in a very c nttcul condi-tioT- det lined a very flattering call to the Mr. nml Mr. Will McCormaek Christian thuich at Poplar Bluff, a rani the other ilav from their op. Itev .1 John MeCornmrk, saving that he hail have spoutW HaKi'n and fainilv. who Mo. The call, which was a unanisome time with Sheriff mous one, eanie a few weeks ago, but arIvml unfely ovctmnih Mrs HaiiRlimnn and Mr Pr Hrnzelton is too much interested Mr. JbIiii Charles Onhorn, Mimm and Mrs J IIN CCash, and returned to in the splendid woik he is doing here Ieont Joaardilnr Warren, Sophia today to think of 'leaving, his legion of ami Lucille Cooper Kprnt Wednesday Messrs. June Willis, of Columbia, friends will be glad to know The with Mm. Phelm Cohh. of Boyle V Powell, is her Poplar In it-T Goiru'in ami J. W, brother Mon. II Pulaski, were here thit IXimst. of Mrs II. Murrill, wife and church atone nnd IIhadIT Mr large and wealthy Mr .lease Hrazelton Stirall. or week lookim: for a farm They were mother. 'also of Columbia, are guests considered for n moment the financial end the Powell home. iruet of the former' brother. Mr. in Cabhell I) Woods, who hns n jrood with. he would have accepted forthJ II GocKin. in the Huhhle aectinn position at Woodville, Pa, arrived The County Convention of Chris, Mia Annette Hay, who was operated on eernl weeks nirii at the Thursdnv afternoon to spend n few tinn Sunday Schools was hofd here davs with his mother nml sister. Mrs. Wednesday Representatives of the kiwiiital ;for ntipenilicitis, hoa recov-roi- l Woods and Miss Minnie various schools were present in goodKuflleiuntly to he taken to her Adelin Woods Ailvo-cMly numbers. II G Skiles, of Crab homo oil East Main street. Misses Catherine Addresses on and Margaret Oichard, presided. nre guostt. of vital themes were made by .Miss Cvn- Mra J. V. Fox nml non, Ilownr! Heck, of Stanford, Igo thia Pearl Mails, a National Bible Vox of Diiwaon Gu , who have heen Misses Evelyn and Edna Miuter Perry has taken the examination for school worker: Prof. M. L. Caneer, with Mrs. It. C Hooker, left mornini; for Hichmonil, where the marines, and is awaiting his call. T II. Wright. Revs Howard J Hraz they will visit hefoto returning to Richmond Register. elton, Carl Agee, A. II. Haugh and their aouthern home. Miss Annclle Pruitt, of Morelaml. J It. Moorman. At the noon hour Mr. Jennie- Carpenter, Mr. Kim: will teach the Nenl's Creek school visitors were guests .of the Stanford Carjenter, of Hustonville; Mrs Allen and will begin Monday. Miss Pruitt School nt the New Stanford Hotel, where Manager McDonald served a Hurriaa anil son, of New York, nml is one of Lincoln county's most Sam Lusk, of Florida, were teachers nml the patrons of most tempting dinner. Ollicer.s elected for the ensuing cueata of Mr nml Mrs. S.m J Hell, that school are to be congratulated In the Turnersville aection. venr were: II G. Skiles, president; on securing her services. Hopkins nml little Itev Howard J. Hrnzelton, Mrs. It. II laughter. Mary Matvery Ho.kins, of',, On Saturday, Aug 3,1, at Miss Miss Emma Hays, secretary. s ten ami l'etwn II Pajton. O.. are visitinif hor parents. ""71' The 19 III convention will be held On Snt- - nt Hubble. Mr. and Mrs. J W, Cockimr. at Me- - tw,.'lu! tU(lf"t', niiiLothers may have Kinney. Mrs Cockinif. Mra. Ilop-kin- a urdnjs The union services at the Baptist A and Min Manrery Hopkins were lessons and normal work will uass church Sunday night under the leadnisi for children in story-tellincallers nt this ollice first of the ership of Itev. Howard J. Hrazelton, be on Sntunlnvs if preferred w eek. will be a recognition service in honor Y. S. Knh nml Mr. Hairy P Ahlndge had n let of the students and tenchers of Stan family, who Mr. have made Stanford most excellent ter from his son, T N.'Aldndgo, who ford, who me soon to leave for colcitizens for n number of years, have is ut Muscle Shoals, Ala , working lege and the school room. A special moved to Paint Lick, where Mr. Fuh for the govornnunt. sajing that he program is being prepared that promwill look after hi.4 father's was operated on for appendicitis ises to be very interesting. Aliouf fnrm. There is treneral regret nt thi) home weeks uko ""d Is Kettmir alone forty of our young people will soon departure of this L'ooil family iron' nicely He lias tieou in aiuseie scatter to ninn colleges anil schools Shoals far some time. this citj. throughout the country. These aie intimately associated with our social nnd religious life and Stanford feels 1 tt-irouil that she is to ho represented f7Fve-VsS- l y Midi an ambitious and talented company ot young people, iney win ho sorely missed, hut we will look forward to their return in the spring R CON-VERT 3 Dnn AppHxl In a Few Tbera'a No Fuuina or Culliai. 3J !, eorn-remov- Gil-lur- d ' Gnr-rnn- iit DOINCS THE COUNTRY OVER John C. Thompson, for many years in inc jewciry business nt Lancaster, died nt San PlegO) Cal. , Thomas Pearson, of Harrndshurcr. hm received word that his son, Lev no rearson, was Killed in nction In France. Sennte nnd Houses conferees on the Manpower Bill reached a complete agreement eliminating the Senate "work or flcht" amendment. Mrs. T. j Hosklns, wife of a retired mcrchnnt of Pineville, Is dead. She wns n sister of Capt .Carlo B. Hnttain. who is soon to be aiadc n Rnnr Admiral. Fuel Administration officials esll- mate that nearly eight millions gallons of gasoline will be saved each Sumlny through nonusc of motor vehicles on those days. , Government finnnclal aid is available to Industries to convert their businesses from less esscntinl war work to the manufacture of materials needed liv the Government. C. II. I.ehmnn. division frcleht agent of the C. & 0. nt Ashland, lost his life while trying to rescue Miss hlimlieth Vnught, who also was drowned in Little Sandy river in Greenup county. Railroad employes were asked bv Director Gencrnl McAdoo to invest the bad; nay which thev ert ns n rn. suit of the recent wage Incrcske in bonds of the Fourth Liberty I,oan, whirh will open September 28th, Austrin is alarmed nt the mobilizing of Poles, Czechs nnd Slavs. Hostilities against the Dual Monarchy are momentarily expected nnd Vienna declares the defection is with the "connlvnnre" of the Entente powers. United States Food Administrator Hoover's order, effective September 1st, abolishes wheatless meals, but fixes the formula for victory flour, which will be used in all broads in every nation allied against the Te-- i tonic powers. n .Mexican immigration oITu itl to nnss n fellow countrym:i across the border illegally. American sentries drew guns and Mexicans fired Other .Mexicans, apparently fully armed came from all directions and aided the Mexicans on the line until they were driven back In a licht between American son- 'iters nnd Mexicans at Notrnles. So- norn. two Americans were killed nnd tvventv-nin- e were wounded, while it is estimated that 100 Mexicans were killed nnd double that number wounded The trouble started ns a result of an attempt on the part of The virtual establishment of a ministry of munitions nnd a minis try of nir service was announced by Secrctnry Baker. Benedict C. Crowell, First Asistant Secretary of War. has heen slated for Minister of Munitions, nml John P Itvan for air Edward R. Stcttinius will remain in France. The Odd Fellows will have im portnnt business to transact at 'licit meeting Tupsdav night and all mem hers an? requested to be on hand. E L. (incllierry. clerk It CENT-A-WORD STATIONERY just received a Big Line of Symphony Lawn and Lord Baltimore Stationey. Let us supply your wants. ThelLincoln Pharmacy The .. . . . .. ejteOe Trrf t ...... Store 'iiiiini.. ! SHOES! SHOES!! For Fall And Winter 1 I a I WE HAVE RECEIVED THE MOST OF OUR FALL AND WINTER SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN, GIRLS, BOYS AND CHILDREN. WE HAVE A BIG AND COMPLETE LINE IN EACH DEPARTMENT AND CAN FIT EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY. OUR SHOES ARE ALL THE NEWEST STYLES AND AS GOOD AS MONEY CAN BUY AND WE SELL THEM TO REASON-ABLYOU AT VERY E PRICES. IF YOU NEED A WORK SUOE, DRESS SHOE, OR IN FACT A SHOE OF ANY COME AND SEE US. A. J. Weddle & Son HUSTONVILLE J ul New Fall Shoes Ladies' Kid Boots in Grey, Brown and Black. Fsench or Cuban Heels. Buy early; be sure of securing them and save money , 1 Pnrltr. ar 1 (Ada hrr ifh -I Hubble FARM FOP-- RENT Apply to F 70-Iteid, Stanford. Ky GINGHAM for L'5 cents per yard for next ten dnv. W G. Muiphv tf orIr arp 1 no ad rnt lVnt AD.? fh iptir rn h r thnn QW wori 70-t- ..... i f lf 'id i. Cov-iiicto- n a WANTED about HO tons of baled straw. Cook & Hollars, Stanford. CQ.Gt KyIt. F. P. No. I. LADIES' HIGH SHOES New fall styles in gray, brown and black. W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. It FOR SALE One extra good mare colt. F M Peavhoue, Phone mule No. 1 093.IIustonvtlle.Ky;, FARM WANTED With two houses, for money rent. W. A. Harney, Stanford, Ky., It. F. P. No. 2. p f.8-2- p e. Weil-ies-ilH- y llr. com-pete- t; ' ,"" g BUCKWHEAT FLOUR For sale at E B Campbell's Grocery, mav be bought with wheat (lour ns a substitute. New Ranker bicycle: FOR SALE hns been ridden less than hundred Chas. Pipes, Lancaster St., miles. Phone 683p t I have 20 nice shoats FOR SALE that will weigh about 10 pounds. pike. Josiah Anderson, Somerset Route No. I. ltp LICENSE Auto license No. 2r4-- l has been found and left at this ofllce. The owner can get it by paying for 7fl-this notice. WANTED Pair floor scales: must be in good repair and cheap. Phone or write Kmg'k Cash Giocery, Crab 70-Oichard. Ky. ' I want a good BLCKSMITII blacksmith to take charge of a which I have just completed W 70-G. Murphy. Hubble. FOR SALE Three sows nnd 17 nigs, one loar. 8 Jersey cows and one bull. Edmonil Simpson, near Bonev-vill- c 2i Severance & Son; r lt Splendid Home At Auction On Saturday, September 7th Havjnsj accepted a position that would necessitate my being from home most of the time should I continue to live in Stanford, and, having been notified to be ready to go on short notice, I will on Saturday, September the 7th, at 2:30 P. M., on the premises, sell at public auction, my home on Logan Avenue in Stanford, Kentucky. I will not attempt to describe this property, except to say that it is the best Cottage Home in Stanford. Has all modern conveniences, including Bath Room, Splendid new Darn and Poultry House, Beautiful front Yard, large lot, excellent Garden, driveway entirely around the place. Everything in the very best of repair, the house new-sho- It onjtoute N' 70-3- p ml-p- iI Three nice Duroc gilts; subject to register; possess De-. fender blood. Weight 100 pounds-Prices right. Jnmes Cannon, FOR Ky, SALE 70-3- FOR SALE t One old riDSBT! z 1 registered Kentucky Red Bcikshire hoar and one subject to register, six months old. It. G. Hampton. 00-t- f SEED WHEAT I have a lot of Harvest King Seed Wheat. Will sell for $2 40 straight or $2.50 recleancd. Harry Fiye Hubble, Phone No. 12. 70-t- watching with mteiest their progress all the while. f i aii I'lv wa-i3Ts- "kV x k?l.j&' rvr 's lS - - lLniilglllllJl!:".;.' ' i .!'"iL''"PTTTrH::: a rP rir-ie- i JkK Sits,. ;.vrr- v ' '.' "vrmmmm&mmrm -fa NK Vihs urMffl&iteiB3nSi ivavj's ivttJ'L- ii itecj ' ..i fii'vW-'H- j it -- in w iii-n- r v- - J ' - i ' ' i The Kiddies Favoriie Fountain The Penny Drug Store with LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, au they cannot rrucli the seat of tlio disease. in- Catarrh Is a local ,1 Incise, uctued by constitutional conditions, and i order to cure It vou muit tako an i Menial mnjdv. llall'a Catarrh Medi r cine Is taken Internally nml nrn thru r the blood on the mucous surfaces of the siein. nans catarrn .Medicine was ,1Jgr' prescribed by one of the best phjslclans In this country for years. It la com posed of some of the beet tonics known, combined with some of the beet blood purifiers. The perfect combination of the Ingredients In Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is what produces such wonderful results In catarrhal conditions. Send for testimonials, free. V.J. chenkv & CO., Prop.. Toledo, o. All UruKClsts, TSc. Hall's I'amily I'lluj for constipation. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured FURNITURE, .Mattings, Druggets. Rugs, Wnll Paper, Ijicc Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cnses, Pictures, Stoves V.A Tribble.Stanford Ottcnhcim. ' FOR SALE 1910 Model Ford Touring Car, newly painted nnd In pood shapo, 1917 Model Ford Tour-w- jr Cnr, Buick or will car. Must trade for good be in good shape. G. .11. Musters, t Stanford, Ky., l'hone,249. 70-2- p 70-2- FOR SALE A good horse, har ness, buggy, etc. Horse suitable for buggy, farm work or family use. In surance on horse paid July 1918. Also a typewriter, new, Oliver No. 5. Itov. Father Leo, Cntholic church. having been newly painted and papered throughout. Must be seen to be appreciated, so come and look it over before the sale and be convinced that I have not exaggerated. W. P. KINCAID, Stanford, Ky. COL. JOHN B. DINWIDD1E on the Block. i'- r V J i, ? -- 7 '" -' rip9n-- r " vV fiSBBwlm, ?' jgjtfjRgffi'Mlta. -a- r -1: -J - ... ?aBt:iil .. fTiaitiM f;...Sf...' "' - ;7T . imiii Zr.it mi ,immm ill Trillion "n i Tr MliilMWM ' J JIJ1'i'i "ir awawawawawawawM !' gl" Pafe Six MGHLAN Mrs. MtprYMHT prove "i ,. .- ".J'' ' not" . i- & ?':$$&&&& kraf-RMHcr- Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 30, 1918 H & 9? V te. K L , rr E . TV:. l&iePf t , 5 lA.- .- IV J. ...& V ; ! A W ? , : .Jf . ,, . PAINT LICK INTERDENOMINATIONAL Eldor Van Wlnklo and wife, of S. S. CONVENTION Vnnceburg, Ky have been visiting A is very 111 Mr, W W. West nnd family. Mr. , .Mr.. Howard Sweeney Saturday) Au. 31, and Sunday, BaujrVw. "with Jies at this Wrltinjr. Vnn Winkle while here held a meet. . September 1, 1918 . .1 is wougm 10 ing at Level Green for the Chrl. , Mrt. Emily Francis . .1 tthilf1An Mam' InM WaaV be somewhat improved. tlan church. Mrs. Eva Dlshon will return to her Rev. Thompson nnd family, of ELLISDURG BAPTIST CHURCH Home in Detroit, Mich. Plnlnsvllle, Ind., nrc guests of Tom-ml- e Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Reynolds hnvc PROGARM UnWepftro Rev, Thomnson Thompson. , Mr: AlnwuPoVjnd Mich. SATURDAY preached for the Methodists at Wnl- nl howe, after Ve weJwbejicc. moved to Detroit, visited Mrs. nuttn Sunday. Mrs. Kitty Leach 8:15 P.M. Devotional nnd sone, nA . rJ. R,vJiing"nj ramiiy, irom near Afnrthn Nnnre Inst Tuesday. Joplln. " A few farmers ... ..t.emin to cut o:JU have ; . .. . . mo Jenkins hns bought a tonncco much nt this time is drying Mr. Harvey SUNDAY. SEPT. I TMnrtlle, ifc.ve" been nttemnnfr farm from Sir. Rnnzy Pumnhry. 0:00 A. M. Sundny School. I up for lack of rain. Mrs. Lizzie Devotions! and sonir. Miss Allle Dunn, of Lnncnstcr. hns Iwbee,'thc pastor here, went day with Mrs. Mcllec snent last Mon " Resale Dcathcrage. been elected principal of our graded 10:00 A. M. Welcome. Sun(,ay t0 fil1 hu Func-Ho- n 1'KinKJpunlflln Mr. J. C. Vincent, of Camp Taylor, 10:15 A.M. The Teachers' recently spent n few dnys with his school. regular njnolnlmcnK of the Church, September 3 was the time set to ' Mi.vvU(ilcV?0(jby1 of Science Hill, wife. Prof J. F. Coppage. open our school, but on account of Adn Misses The public should understand that rnade.Jt'flyJnK'Jrip to soc hor sister, spent Inst Mae nndwith Miss Sweeney the nddition being added to the pres- 10:30 A.M. When I Am Not Sunday Mariet- ent building My Qlnss, Mrs. the time for opening will Mrs. C. M. Ynunjr, Inst Sunday. the profits of the packers have been ta Gooch. Florence Roddy. be Inter. Mrs. Laura Walls and children, of Miis Susie Gorlcy has moved into O. T. nnd S. A. Wallace were over 10:50 A.M. Appointment of comlimited by the Food Administration Ludlow, are visiting at V. D. tho house recently vacated by Mrs. to nttend the Francls-Eldridg- c mittee; C. Pres. wed-di11:00 A. M. Address, State Secre meeting Mnrv Lear. since November 1, 1917. For this purYoung's nnd nttcndinp; the Wcdncsdnv night. Misses Hnzcl and Vernal Gooch tary. Dr. Joplln. Our corns liore. pose, the business of Swift & Company nent Inst Sunday with Miss Georgia some trouble of 'tenchers nrc having 11:50 A.M. Announcements. to find board. Wc 12:00 Noon Recess. persons from here attend- Francis Cole. Sevcrnl is now divided into three classes: Mrs. Kate Gooch Is spending n few need a library building, n janitors ed the War Conference at atnnford house ind music room on our school 1 :00 Song AFTERNOON dnys with her nnd Prnise Services. nnd report a patod day, but a hot WnvneMiurg. son, Walter Gooch, at grounds. Memory Verses, Gems from Class 1 includes such products as beef, Mrs. R. G. Woods T -- .1.1 I time. and children t. mini: w The Book. nil. Willi- - iiuiu, ui i.uim.iimi, f pork, mutton, oleomargarine and Mr. D. L. Young, of Nelson, and is the guest of his grandparents, Mr. went over to Olympla for a week's 1:20 Address, Sundny School Boys stay. others that ore essentially animal Mrs. T. N. Butt, of Crab Orchard, nnd Mrs. W. M. Gooch. vs. Street Loafers, a compariJames Ralston cut his knee sharpproducts. Profits are limited to 9 Misses Ella nnd Lillic Gooch nnd ening son from court dockets and visited their niece, Mrs. Millard Hattobacco sticks. Dr. Montgom Mr. Chnrlic Ronton spent last Sun- ery per cent of the capital employed in records, Hon. Chas. F. Mont was called to dress the wound. field, last week. day with Mr. Wallace Gooch. gomery. these departments, (including surMr. W. C. Fish, one of our oldest Mr. II. Hatfield and wife nnd MiMrs. Michncl Hatter nnd Mrs. 1:45 Song. plus and borrowed money), or not the Rurch Padgett were the guests of citizens is moving to Richmond to 1 :50 Address. Hon. E. T Wesley, llard Hatfield nnd wife attended live. His son, Will S. Fish, will octo exceed two nnd a half cents on Supt. M. E. S. S., Somerset. Baptist association at New Snlem nnd Mrs. Martha Nnnce last Saturday. cupy the former's home for n while each dollar uf sales. Little Hatfield while there. Monday Miss Viola McRce spent last nnd will have n dnughtcr. Miss Allie 2:30 Address, Sabbath Desecration, visited Clarence with the little daughter of Rev. J. Q. Montgomery. Miss Iva Cook, of Lawrenccburg, Mrs. Luadn Gooch. Georgia Francis. Russell, who will be n tencher in our Class 2 includes the soap, glue, , Address. and attended the Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Deathernce grnded school. visited "relatives fertilizer, and other departments Clnss Organization. . 2:55 Last ednusdav nleht our vinnitv more or less associated with the Children's Pay'here. She holds a arc rejoicing over the nrrivnl of a hnd three weddings, ns follows: 3:15 The Prodigal Surtday- Schodl " County meat business. Many of these decood position with the Anderson bow The younestcr has been nameJ Harry Francis and Miss Jcnnette El- - .".i.tOAHrfrris. PresideifV t Dr. Jon!K Dclmar Arnold Dcathcragc. partments nre In competition with News at' that place. Mrs. Luada Gooch nnd little dridgc; Wilson Rrownlne nnd Beitha 4:00 Reports of Committers'. outside businesses whose profits Mr. Walter Haugh and wife, of daughter, Georgia Francis, have re- Osborne, nnd Charles Dillon and JNn Business. i. " Mny Conn. The latter skipped nre not limited. Profits in this class Danville, attended Children's Day turned from McKinner. where they to Jellico. or some other noint out 4:15 Adjournment. to 8:15 Address, World's S. S. Conven are restricted to 15 per cent of the Minnie Walls, who had were pleasantly entertained by Mr. have the knot tied. here. Miss tion, or Before the nr, I)r anil Mrs. Morton Cunningham nnd capital employed. Mr. Cornn nnd family, oui tele. been with her sisters for some time, Mr. Lucian Wllcher. Joplin. nhone operntors hnve civen un their went back with them. Class 3 includes outside investments, job and Ballard Scbastin has superCHAPPELL'S GAP At the request of he board, Miss seded him ns operntor. such as those in stock yards, and . B. PERKINS The following is the honor roll of Serena Young cave up her school at the operation of packing plants in Holding that the Cunnrd Line enn Neals Creek to take charge of the ChnppelPs Gap for the first month: foreign countries. Profits in this not be held liable for the sinkinir of . ' DENTIST Grnde 1. Oneida Johnson, Cillus Trimnry department at South Fork. class arc not limited. the I.usitnnin, nnd the resultant loss Jesse Anderson, Elsie of life nnd property. Judge Julius Room 28-2She began teaching there Monday. Johnson, Lincoln Bank Building nv. G. W. Thomas, of Clark Trazier. M. Mover, of the Admiralty branch Total profits for nil departments . STANFORD. KY, Plummer, of the U. S. District Court, dismissed Phona 214 county, has been holding a meeting Grade 2. Margaret damage suits aggregating together in 1918 will probably be $4.000,. at the Methodist church for nbout llurnie Anderson. In reviewing the ense. Judge 000. two weeks. He is a good speaker Grade 3. Flora Adams, Eunice Mayer declared that tho sinkinir of between three nnd four per cent on VACCINATE nnd everyone seems to have enjoyed Adams, Godfrey Tschanz. the Lu.sitnnia was caused by the ilnn increased volume of sales. legal act of the German jtovernmmt I am prepared to vaccinate for Anerraons. his Grade 4. Wnlter Tschanz. and that the company was in no way thrax, Black Leg, and all othai daughters Mfr C. M. Young and Grade 5. Violet Harris, Samuel negligent ot The restrictions absolutely guarthe pnssengers safety. tock diseases. nttended the funeral of their cousin, Anderson, Clara Tschanz. antee a reasonable relation between Mrs. Virgil Hoguo, at Middleburg Veterinarian, Revs. Mills", of Perryvllle. and A. JOHN COOK. Grade G. Mnmye Plummer, An II. Uaugh, of Hustonvillo, are con- - Phone 204. live stock prices nnd wholesale meat Saturday. Mrs. Hogue was formerly nie Anderson. Stanfoid, Kt lucting a protracted tncetimr nt the diss Ola Godbey and has taught Grnde 8. Hnbettn Beyer. prices, because the packer's profit canchurch nt Morclnnd. Christian chool in this county. Our school is progressing very not possibly average more than a POSTED! Erery day, promptly at 12 o'clock, nicely with Miss Roberta Holtzclnw fraction of a cent per pound of product. during the war, the Angelus teacher. Attendance has been very noon, We. whose names are hereto at tached will permit neither hunting, bell will bo tolled calling the folk full nnd the deportment has been of fishing no rtresnassing of nny ktnd Since the profits on meat (Class 1) anywhere within the radius of the the very best. The patrons hnva every STELLA-VITA- E on our property, nnd those guilty of prayer for reason that their children should be sound of the bell, to silent are running only nbout 2 cents on each to the doing such will be prosecutt-the victory of our boys in war. C. Fox & of the law: full school for how bad it is, in this dollar of sales, we have to depend on Wc wantevery afllicted woman to try Son; extent Duddcrar: M. J.D. Eunoru Fox There 'were some of the mule but- day and time, for children to grow up nt least oiio bottle of Stelln-VlU- c on the profits from soap, glue, fertilizer Wc would our plain, open gunrantce to return tho 25 lights, $175.00; 35 lights $260.00 tons sold here by some girls, hut without an education. (Class 2, also limited) and other departin urge every patron to see that their money paid for il ll it uocs not Mucin. CO lights, $300.00 Wins Cfcorgm Young took the lead it youiiouui our word uui n win ments, (Class 3) to obtain reasonable There was one agent children are in nttendance. Parents relie e the dlstresilng aches, pains nnd GRAY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS selling them. we should spare no effort to have their misery peculiar to the diseased of wowho has not made a settlement or earnings on capital. GO boys and girls in school nnd keep men, read thctcsllmoiiy of these women 60 Light report the amount sold. would who have tried it and nrc glad to tell Johnson, who had pneu them there. Now is the time. Do others what il lias done for them. The We guarantee them, so you nre proiHmM Swift & Company is conducting only interest they lmo la the mntter tected against nny suspicion of their monia, had to be operated on last not put it off. There is no its business so as to come within these is that which any trut woman feeU in weakness. Strongest and abtolutelj week. Drs. Tom Acton, of Eubank, helping to rcliecthcMiiierings of other beat, and within reach of all farmcrt limitations. Watklns. of Mnywood, and Laswell women. You can believe them. Thompson, of Kings Mountain, MUST HAVE CHANGED Lee, Mllstead, Ga., had Mrs. J. F. and W. K. WARNER THEIR MINDS for years. Three botwere nresent nnd took pan in the Tha fiprmnns must now feel to- - female complaint Stanford. Ky & cured her, she Phone 188 op ivnrd the American soldiers, for tles of Steli.a-Vit.v- k operation. He got through the said, nnd added,"Iniu certainly thankbut seems to be whom they formerly expressed sucho ful for this great feinnlc tonic." Mrs. eration nil rteht. n voung nr n standstill now. The families of contempt, very much ns about an- - Parolee brazier, Longs lew, Tex., exL. Beailey & Co. mftn,nnmed Jim felt b pressed appreciation of Stella-Vit- a Rambo, Jesse Mason and ntlinr nnfro. James V .- - : rfTg. in these w ords: " I cannot say too much Maywood, have Clarence Rambo, of Jim appeared before his boss one for this Aoudcrful medicine. I had been with James Johnson much since morning with ms tace an mnsneu un. lakcu other female medicines for two limning and looking the picture of de vcar3 u Illi no good results. I am truly he has been tick. faction. grateful for tho good Btui.la-Vita- b Children's Day was most beau"What on enrth have vou been do- has done me." Mrs. Fandy ithorx, r. observed at High ing to yourself?" inouired his tifully and fittingly of Grceniboro, Ala., was a terrible "Hecn drunk?" from fenia'c trouble and only n land Methodist Episcopal church on lvnss. Yuh see. las' night I Her Sunday, August 4. The housewas ip"Mn stranire niceer an' he said woman knows what that means! threw n Embalm e so bad her pains prettily decorated with the Nntional omcthin' I didn't lak, an' I hit at condition got hko ills. Her husband Undertaker licr into spoils Colors. The day was pleasantly 'im. Penred Ink dnt cort o' irritated feart.Ulic v.ould loe her mind. The 42, Stanford, K an blncked mah snent in recitations and songs by the im. nml honose, nn' chawed eyes, car, Greensboro doctors pronounco' her in- Phone FEED SOME OF OUR RAPIER'S PIG MEAL. FEED IT DRY one Then homebody huggestcd pastor liroVo mah curable. school and addresses by the K. fcSlicdid nn broke out two teeth, nn' den bo Unit she tike fcrKLLA-Vit- a IN SELF FEEDERS. OR USE IT AS A SLOP. IT IS MADE OF Much and two visiting ministers. frow me down nnd tromp on man 1 ho ilrt do-- e lightened her k pel Is. committee who had stomach. Ross honest to goodness, bo. i n perfectly credit is duo the SUGAR CANE, ALFALFA MEAL, MILL FEED, LINSEED MEAL pound and it notoiilyidlevinttrt Crescent the urogram in charge, Misses Lan I never did cit so sick of a nigger in Sun. Woodford n woman's pain, but builds up her AND CORN MEAL. IS A BALANCED RATION. nie nnd Serena Young, and to Mr. nil mah life!" 0 henlth, it btlmulatcs her nppcttte, aids RpMn Acton, who had charge of WOMEN WORK AS nerves nnd clears digest! m, quiets her IN the" music. At 11 o'clock the Rev, LOTS OF OUR FEEDERS ARE BUYING THIS PIG MEAL improves her imt- SECTION HANDS her complexion. It Henna W. Thomas, pastor at Wil Attractive salaries paiil for work tiinnl GOOD RESULTS. ASK YOUR YOU GET WAGON-LOALOTS. nnd are g All dealer cll Stella-Vltasermon in ton, preached a the mines nnd in other lines in return the money paid BgiggggBg)'V' again at the night service. The Hopkins county have made it hard authorized to and NEIGHBOR. for tho mat bottle Mil uoes noi ucnuui. imefnr pave a brief address on for the railroad companies to secure THE PENNY DRUG STORE Christian' Education in the afternoon, hands there. As n result, the foreWHILE PASTURES ARE DRY FEED YOUR COW CREMO THE LINCOLN PHARMACY Aberdeen-Angu- s which was followed by a mose patri- man of the work on the Providence Cattle HERE ALL LAST DAIRY FEED. SAME FEED WE SOLD otic sermon by the Rev. George branch of the Louisville & Nashville J. M. REYNOLDS Southdown Sheen. DurocJerter Host Thompson, former pastor of Kings railroad finding himself short of The best bloodlines is represented in WINTER. WAYNESBURG. Mountain circuit At the night serv. men last week, employed five negro JNDERTAKER. each of these famous breeds. High-clas- s -individuals for sale at all times. ice tho pastor dedicated two moro women, who put In the week nt hard We carry n large and complete stock R. F. D. No. 5 E. V. CARSON stars on" tho .service flag. The stars work on the tracks and snid they Caskets, Robes etc at all times. Stanford. Kentucky betnrr in honor of Green M. Young 'iked it. cookin'," was of "Bcttcr'n -- ; nnd Levi Rogers. Tho church and their comment. They aro paid $2.50 Phone: Farmers' lino No. Woodstock line No. grateful for-- tho pastor feel mosft i day. The foreman said their work beautiful Roll of Honor as present- has been very satisfactory. ed through Mr. Hardin Young for Dr. J. G. Carpenter his sister. Miss Grnce, who is now Several members of n women a Stanford, Kentucky. employed In Now Castlo, Ind. Wo war working pnrtv had nssemblcd nt A. B. C. Dinwiddle AUCTIONEERING pleased in listening to iVin liniuo nf nnnthnr member and Ofllce in Lincoln County National were greatly daught Bank Building. by Miss were chatting with the little , fwn nln as rendered can get you highest prices for your Diseases of the eye, nose, throat, er of their hostess. Undertaker and Funeral Iland, stock, crops or household goods. Iva Irene Cook, of Lawrenceburg Pelvic, Rectal "I hear you arc a great help to ear, Genito-Urinar,vour mother," said one. and Skin. THE LIFE OF TRADE "Oh, yes," replied the littio gin, Director Sales Cried Anyvrber Eyes Scientiflcly tested and glass BOTH BLUE GRASS of two rivnl livery "mnmma gives mo n task to do every es skilfully prescribed. The proprietors dev" stauics, bliuaieu aiongsmu i:ujJOHN B. P1NWIDD1E. Mor.Und. AND KNOB FARMS "Ohl" remarked the lad v. "and CONSULTATION and SURGERY were having a lively advertising duel. Junction City, Kentucky Que of them stuck up a long strip wTinf Is vmir tnsk for today?" "I have to count tnc spoons nuer Undertaker beating too words: Danville Business School Embalmer Let me fcnow by letter or card and "Our homes need no whip to maKe you have nil gone." To the Public: A Practical Buiinei Education Al them go," I will come and list and tell your lr-t- t od twit midele TV I rtprtwnl lb his This, sarcasm naturally riled big PREPARE FOR THE HOT WAVE olutely Necetiary To At farm for you. I have a lot of Prot. oriirr clothing buuu In tbl country rtviil. who came back with this pective Buyer now and it I no Kit r I'rle and Co., Chicago. 111. Uj uro Succctt. Tho hot sun is doubly dagorous if trouble for me to ttll your farm for prrlnnce la mraiuriuf and dirrcting the mk "True; tho wind blows them there is n mass of undigested food in you. Will lilt farm anywhere with- ids of jour clothti, fltn ra lb dntif Ullor. Ii on Danville Business otr life who Tour nut practical proiulM K jou Foley Cnthartic Tabthe, stomach. alone I" in SO mile of Waynetburg. yea order, I will wilt u antra dot. Toil will Kft lb worth ot jour lets give prompt and suro relief. They School G'ves This mouer, tltbtr In tha beapctt rdc or lb When you have backacho tho lker act gently but do their work thour kinhcr price. or kidneys arc suro to be out of gear roughly. They cleanse tho bowels, Foe Catalogue and Information AaV SPRING AND SUMMER Try SlnoL it Jooa wonders for the sweeten tho stomach and benefit tho dren kidneys and bladdor. A trial line of umptt I now read far jour la liver, abaction. Call now tod Irt ma ihow roo For indigestion, biliousness, D. B. HARRIS, Principal. C. McCLARY you. Dot It liver. EOo bottle will convince bad breath, bloating, gas. Sold every Offl DTTDI lTVPrMMwl TkUar U -i Dantlll, Ky. 1ST Uocm Faoa BrixroiD, kt. 11. Vs. la WAYNESBURG, KY. at the drug etoro. where. KfNJM. MOUNf AIM Hatter has moved to .58$ a PMj - ... . ---- " Packers' Profits Are Regulated Ho-fo- ajl .. 9, " WOMEN PRAISE ' . d Swift Company, -- U U. S A. ne-jr- J. mmmrm?j - M hiif-fer- er PIG MEAL HTi.a.A-ViTAi:is- harm-l&.ii'u- lEi? nuiH-nriitic- soul-stirrin- e, -- J. H. Baughman & Co. Want200 Farms To Sell y, - p - The Fa I Monroe Thompson r lwi -i- HFza 2"""2 ftlSigk-- . rj m rtMwi .. - J ?' A "JIM u T. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 30, 1918 Zdfy v? 'AvKu&ifteL? 'fat llllllllll'IIIH BUREAU or CROP JUST RECEIVED A Car-Loa- ! d of Fordson Kentucky's crop prospect at prev nt mny be summarized as being n wfcfat crop of approximately bushels, compared to buahcln Inst year; corn, 100,- - rTiuiTra A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN Mi. DON'T LET THEM DIE BBBBSm. l.lSBBBBBBBBBV bbbbbbbbbbL. TbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI 1 $? &&?$&&' Tractors Two of These Tractors Will Be Allotted to Lincoln County HISOFCER I DON'T LET SOME ONE ELSE GET IN m The Danville Buick Co. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY I t 1 L. B. CONN, Prop. .T- TfTTTTT"""--- " Walnut Strcat, Pbona 708 ffttlt ' f SJ..J A Few Choice and Desirable Town Properties Farms 774.000 IllmhoW. rnmnnriMl In 199. Kelly Tells How Lydia 81.0,000 buihcli In 1917; oats, 8,020,. 000 bushels, compared to 8,000,000 - E. Pinkham's Vegetable bushels last year; rye, 440,000 busCompound Restored hel, compared to 375,000 last year; Her Health. barley, 138,000 bushel, compared to 140,000 bushels last year; Irish Newark, N. "For about three potatoes, 4,000,000 bushels, com- years I sufferedJ. from nervous break pared to 0,720,000 bushoU last vcar. down and got so fc! (Jat Weak I couldhardly and 301,171,000 pounds of tobacco. stand, and had headcompared to 420.600.000 nounds aches every day. I grown lnit venr. could think of and .Com lins been badly damaged by was under a phythe drouth In some sections, but the sician's care for two Inte corn may be nblo very largely years. A girl friend to ovcrromo the dnmnirn if tha nf had used Lydia E. the season be favorable. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Although the tobacco crop Is ap- sho told mo about , narpntlv nrtntlIv mil In tkta ......, ..w.....j v.., iii villa nvtiiu, it From the first by the drouth It should be remember day I took it I began mj ieci bciier and ed that tobacco can grow ou wonnow I am well and derfully from drouth tnmnirp in n alilo to do most any very short time late In the season, kind of work. I nnd former reports of ureal drouth have been recom- damage to the tobacco crop have oftmenaing ino ever since and give you my en proved deceptive because of quick to publish letter."-MIgrowth late In the srasnn.. Knu'our run ftLuui 4(0 so.this su, ss ........., i4in Newark, the crop In Kentucky has apparently Jl Ja The reason this famous root and herb oeen ncnousiy damaged. Pinkham's Late potatoes will probably yield rmJy, Lydia E. so successfulVegetable Compound, was & Miss better than tha earlv cron. The buck. Kclllfli C1AA UTft PUta If ur.nt . !.. crop, near Somerset, is re--j rffflt of her trouble, restored her to a wheat ported In good condition, with an"! I normal Healthy condition and as a result - myi viiuiii'pn uisitiH'arri. acreage. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbRbbbbbbV bHPbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbHbbbbbbT u lBBBPISlBBBtt' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHSyjt r.t w&Fk HRPbbbbbb!?' PSBTSBTSBBfBhV'19' Gray's Poultry Remedv An excellent remedy for Limberneck, Roup, Gapea, Cholera Chicken Pox, Diarrhoea, and other existing form of Poultry ,- Diteaiee. MS? .iiiiiii..ii... ........... i. MENS UNDERWEAR B. The New Stanford Drug Company V. D. and Poruiknit The Cool Kinds creased For Sale SEE US & Owens Dinwiddie Hustonville Moreland and CAR LOAD OF Old Hickory Wagons JUST RECEIVED E. T. Pence, Jr., Due Sept. 1, 1918. Stanford Your Binder and Mower Note will be t tt 1 Come in and get it, Please. W. H. HIGGINS, -- Stanford, Ky. I Served from silver on a golden tray. Served with things both dainty and sweet Served with everything but things clusive. 10 cui. Condition reports on minor crops follow, thu first percentage being for And I'd make him a bed of ilken Kentucky and the second for the en i it.Ro.AVithrostly linens to lie between, tire I'tiited SUite; all hay v millet Willi CtlVUI Ul UUHII IMIH lllltwi alfalfa timothv lace, field pins 85- - Arid downy pillows piled in place; 85 74; pastures tomajfies Yet when to its comforts he would 83; field Wans yield. onion cabbage It whuld stink with the rot of the npos 0 sorghum cane bnttleScld, penrs 3JTC; grapes And blood and' bones nnd brains of peaches A men blackberries airtl raspberries him musk- - Should 'cover him, smother wntermolonsr72-73- ; 71-- i; cantaloupes melons and His pillows shoui4cUIJhfyith thTbroom corn Clov from tho grave or- -, soldier NOT TO BE IGNORED And while God's stars their vfp The kidneys are as fmportant to lung stom- And while the waves the white sands good health as the heart, sweep, ach or any organ in the body. Lame sore muscles Ho should ncvor, never, never, back, swollen joints, sleep. most rheumatic aches and pains, "0 sen "trials of kidney trouble. Foley Anil through all the days, throuch nil the years, , There should be an anthem in his )"" .W irregularities, ooiu cars, citl- - ninuinjr nnd sinping nnd never done J. E. Cox, a highlyi- respected .From the edge of light to the set of Itpii oi iianviiie. i poisoning Moaning ind moaning and moaning niiv-v-i87-81 80-7- The crop report for the entire United States Indicate about 878, 837,000 bushels of spring and Winter wheat together (the spring Avhcnt vield helnlntr out the drouth. liamntrfj winter wheat crop) .compared toan average oi eu,j,.i40,uuu oujnels, 1012-1- 0 Inclusive; corn- - ,980075,-00- 0 bushels, compared lrfan avarage bushels, 1012-lof 2,7C1,252,000 bush-ol- s, inclusive ;oats, 1,427,778,000 compared to an average of 1,- 200,400,000 bushels; barley, bushels, compared to an average of 201,025,000 bushels; rye, 70.034,000 bushels, compared to an average of 44,517,000 bushels; Irish potatoes. 301.055.000 bushels, com pared to an ncmge of 3(1,753,000 bushels, and tobacco, 1.227.G3 1,000 pounds, compared to an average of in 1,033,357,000 pounds 1012-1,- 0 f. 231,-870,0- LET HIM LIVE This bit of verse originally ap peared in the November number of Tho Silent Partner. So many requests have been received for permission to reproduce this poem that Mr. Van Amburgh has decided to waive the copyright. Any one, any where, can use this to serve in any way. In nearly every American city the lines have been read find recited. As long as flowers thair, perfume (?ivc, 1 w. CRAB ORCHARD E. PERKINS KENTUCKY Attention Auto Owners Stop That Leaky Radiator ! A So long I'd let the kaiser live Live and live for a million years. With nothing to drink but Uclpian tears, With nothing to quench But the salted brine of man's curse. I would thirst let his awful Scotch- a flnv him live on a dinner each We make your old ones good as new. We sell the Copper King Spark Plug, guaranteedthc life of your car. We have the agency for the Swinehart Tire, guaranteed lor b.uuu miles. We carry in stock alkin'ds ot ot Auto Accessories, Standard Gasoline, 28 cents tfe gallon. We sell all grades "Mobile" Oil. Call and see us. Radiator RepajtShop, 3rd St., Danville, Ky. j aejBlBl ' ) ti.nt O e e ...).). eH ff Js' For the Tnd'sJSake' Use A fe. 87-8- 85-8- 1; 83-8- 91-8- 5; 51-5- 83-8- l 0; 58-8- 23-G- - 75-7- 3. 'iar -- 31 !EW ?fct . s steisjigf Bowker' s Fertilizers x 9 fl A ravaged , French child I wiliT . gin ... s . oasuiru . . Only a few if Tons Leftf $!$ Bi Farm Sale SATURDAY, SEPT. 7TH m , by And I would build him n castle .. the sea, . otlA on iiver could be: i.. over Then I'd Miow him a ship from nmilil he. -- -. -- -water cold and sweet, with everything good to cat Uderl Yet scarce does sne loucn nv nm w.. As line . ii l! " snip H An. - John BKiffe, Hustonville j " - 10:00 A. M., RAIN OR SHINE. of SpringThe two A. L. Litsey farms, located 7 miles north field on Springfield and Willisberg pike. 220 acre wiRb offered in three tracts; then as a whole. ' IMPROVEMENTS A good residence, stock barn, tobacco vahc. barn, outbuildings and silo. Land is in high .tote icf pike, will be Willisberg 137 acres of land on Springfield and offered in two tracts, then as a whole. housefcombination stock IMPROVEMENTS Good outbuildings. and tobacco barn and other Both of these farms are productive land, the crops on them show for themselves. business, Mr. Litsey's health is bad and he is closing out his Litsey will offer at the high hogs, and a large herd dollar, all of his stock, mules, cattle, horses, f 8hveAluAeBLE S AND MONEY GIVEN AWAY DURING SALE;c." in this section advance by leaps and bounds WATCH wilTbe benefit of the lome articles sold during sale for There Red Cross. Manager. INTERSTATE REALTY CO. PAUL FINCH, Lexington, Kentucky. .itwpu AiMOTIN Scarce mav8' sho Than reach his eager molten ihell belli i Should change us ncni-wave And though ho'd watch on the morel Our I.usitania would rise no Brit In "No Man's Land" where the ish fell, tho kaiser n private hell,gas I'd I' jal him, stab him, give him srumi.1 In cverv wound I'd pour boys died Out past tho lads they crucified. living In the fenrful gloom If Vns .,' .hinif I'll do beforo 1 -- " was through: sing, In a strrrinir man- I'd make him ' The wonderful words of The Ilanner." . 1 iTot'and 1 DEPARTMENT Office of the Comptroller of The Currency TREASURY Washington, D. C, July 29, 1948. Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Oh STANFORD of Lincoln, and In the City of Stanford, in the County complied with the provisions of State of Kentucky, ha Banking Asthe Act of 'Congress "to enable National existence, and for sociations to extend their corporate other purposes," approved July 12, 1882.acting CompNow therefore, I, Thomas P. Kane, certify that troller of the Currency, do hereby BANK THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL Lincoln, and In the city of Stanford, in the county of authorized to have succession State of Kentucky, is article, of for the period specified in the amended on July , .iciationi namely, until close of business 1938 and seal of In testimony whereof, witness my hand July, 1918. office, this 29th tfay of -- .' , ' I'd marehMh5lm out where the brave neru i.. i I . w UK ? thertft;l"H Star-Spangl- ed HUSBAND AND WIFE Mrs. Frank P. Wood, Box 18. R. "Foley F. 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