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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): September 10, 1918 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1918 int1918091001_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): September 10, 1918 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V ''. ' V The Interior Journal 59th Year. No. 73 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, September 10, 1918. Al-th-war-rankin- g morn-policily c, Lex-hs'nMc-Adi well-to-do I' v, f1"-- ' J7 Lvl il Established I860 Tuesdays and Friday W I A DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS MARRIAGES ADDITIONAL PERSONALS THE LATEST WAR NEWS Congress Is Ocn. Pershing's sup- Miss Hesslo Itourne, of Nicholas-pl- y Robert Covington, of Richmond, Despite dospcrntc opposition oa depot. It must put Into cfTecttvllle, hns been the eucjt of Mrs. e nnd Miss Cynthin Thompson, of Mt. the part of the enemy on tho whole plans to him that nro.hcrt It. Phillips, Sterling, vvoro mnrried nt Knovville. front from Arm to Rhclms, the conceived at tho White House nnd In Mrs. Sallle R. Snufley, who has The groom is n brother of Miss Mnry. British, French nnd Americans conthe departments. It 'spent the summer here rtnd nt Crnb Covington, of the Stnnford' Graded tinue to push their wav forward, must.be entirely in nccord with tho .Orchard Springs, left Saturday nnd High School fncultv. though nt n somewhat slower pace. of tho Administration, par- - ?ng for Knoxvlllo to spend the News comes thnt Miss Eugonln The allied rnnks are being deluged while the wnr lasts. Ob- - ter. Owsley, who taught In the Stanford with a rnln of artillery shells nnd struetlnn and discord in tho houses') Miss Hattie Rice, of Danville, was Graded and High School last yenr, machine gun fire, but the British on of Congress menn n slackening of nn Saturday's train en route to was married n few days ngo to Jomes n four-mil- e decided front made the lines of communication between iCynthiann, where she will tench this It. Howard, of Mt. Vernon, 111. The "i!n In the direction of n Cnmbrni. Washington nnd France. Soldiers year. wedding occurred nt tho bride's home Tho Freeh have pressed forward g have no politics, hut, if Gen. Pcr- Mrs. Leila It. Cook went to nt Owonsboro. closer to Lnon and the Americans nnd the American nrmy could Ington Monday to take n business Miss Daisy Lunsford, the attractive nlong tho Voslc have made good give their views, thoy voulil declare course, hhe ordered tho I. J.1 to fol- daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Luns- progress. ( there. until piitrlotism interferes with their ford, of this citv. wns mnrried FriWith the Hindonburg Hnd reached of rnilrond men's warcs, but for n ongress in. entire nccord w'th low her Kph Engleman, the" of Mrs. of Los An- day to Hobcrt King, of Paint Lick, In the nllied offensive and tho Geris those who do not pay their debts the Commander-in-Chie- f pleasure and then pntriothm geles, who hns been visiting Mrs. John n A little "jack- will be discharged. This will be as ef- army and navy. tkrowrT to tho wind farmer. The bride is mans using every effort to check the The only Congress that can be en- Engleman, hns gone to Lexington to the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. progress of the British, French nnd ing up" of n few of the violators fective as the Rarnishee nnd save tirely relied upon to present this visit other relatives. would not U out of place nnd wuulil creditors cosis. Lunsford anil has many friends here Americans, it is believed by military IUiyco Hunn, ns fine looking front Is n Democratic Coigrejs The who feel to congratulate the man critics on both side of tho Atlantic doubtless have n good effect. The svnod of the Southern Presbyour.se of the Republican mlnoiity Snmmie n ever donned the khaki, who has won her heart and hand. near putting terian Church of Kentucky will meet Tom Calder enme that the big battle on tho western demonstnrtes thnt. While thev have spent several days with his parentr, OcThe tnnrriagc of Mis Killis Roy out of business n few days at the church in Nicholasvllle Minnie front I cntcrine upon a new phase. fulling out over tober .1, where President Wilson's been held into line a: n minority, Mr and Mrs. A. P. Hunn. Bourne and Mr. Jo Anderson was Washington official since. They had n believe that the mnjority party politics J Cabell Woods, who has been work- solemnized nt Stanford Saturday with tho operation their children nnd Hoy went after crnndfnther once was pastor. (Jen. orjee ininevitably nre to bo would cr ep into the con- ing up East, has returned home to evening in the prcenco of a few in- made tho strategy of thnt Allies will ( alder with nn nx, hut was too slow Ilennett niblressed the II Young the It is the natural Remain awhile, his health being ii timate friend nnd relative. While be dieclosed. and Cnlder pot In his work wltk a conRreKation of the church, which is duct of the war course of legislators in n government had condition. He is clerking for E. the popular couple have been sweetclub and ImI(I Hoy on the "cooling US venrs old, Sundny Bolhovik authorities nt Moscow but Campbell hearts for some time thoir martiagc havo been wnrnetl through minister Itonrd" for a short while. Those who Fuel Administrator Oarfield said by party, not wholly intenii'inal.radi-t'otin- l. R. H I). and Miracle, of Cubbage, Rell enmo as a surprise to many. The from neutral countries thnt tho witnessed the nffnfr say it was short yesterday tlut he expects soon to fix partly temperamental e county, is hero on n visit to his rela- bride s the youngest daughter of will hold the Soviet nuthoritlc but interesting A daughter of Roj a price on jrasolme for domestic At the very least Kentucky should tive of that name. He had the mis- Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Bourne, of thi responsible for the snfety of nllied Mho intereferred in some wny was as well as Government nnd to county, nnd is quite attractive, pop- consular officers nnd missions now slightly hurt in the "fracas." wnr uses The plan is to lower the continue to insure to Woodrow Wil- fortune his fall the other day nnd rk'ht shoulder. vagrant Viw Is working fine present market price Mr. Garfield son eleven Democratic votes in the ular and accomplished, The groom Wnined in Russia. To tho demands The C W. House and the Senate J Mr T J Goode, who has a splendid i one of Boyle county's wealthiest Foreign Minister Tchitcherin mndo is little or no loaf'ig Is awaitlm; a full leport on the sithere There Ileckhnm and A. O. Stanley In the position at Naval Ilase. Va.. suparin-tendin- g nnd most succeirful farmer?, and is rnunfer demand on the Allies. One s mnkiiiL; a definite anPtnple seem to hnve betaken uation before latter; nnd in the House the followthe care of 100 or more in every way worthy of the fair bride hundred snd to some useful vocation nnd nouncement. seven American ing patriotic Americans- is .the whittling of good boxes seem to Inderal Food Administrator Fred Sherlcy, Campbell Cuntrill, Swagar mules, He here on n visit to his fnm ho ha won. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ander- renched Sweden Friday and told of Ol-i Arthur ily delighted with the son will go to housekeeping on the their cxneriences in Russia. The world is M Sackett tells of urent work done be a thing of the past It Rouse. W. J. Dominion hnd thinks it the next place D. H. Kinehcloe, arm of Mrs. Anna Hubble, Mr. getting better and will be renl good in Kentucky in the first year of act-ic- e Fields, French forces Saturday made nn Hubble being n sister of the groom. aihance df- - from four to five mile when the kaiser and bis baby killing food regulation, and shows tie It Y. Hen Johnson, A W Unrkley, to Kentucky. Mis Thomas, Jr , and IInrcy Helm. Katheryne Walters, rire-scntin- No more popular couple was over on the Sommo front, nnd crossed tho war lords are wiped off the face of wonderful growth of his department, A the Continental Lyceum, of known than Mr. and Mrs. Ander- St Qucntin cnn.il nt Tugny and St. the earth, or rather when th last lie says the State has saved JIM,-- is vote cast against any of these men a vote of dissatisfaction with the iJouisvillc, was here Saturday trying son, nnd their host of friend. wish Simon nfter a violent engaeement. mother's son of them are made ! jIOO.OOO in flour alone bv the authori-tdangle at the end of H ropo, a perfor them n long and hnpnv married The British have forced tho Germans jfiven the Food Administrator to conduct of the wnr, n vote to "su- to interest the Woman's Club in n pervise" and watch the President, a course this winter. She of- life. A FRIEND. to fall back on a jseventccn-mil- e formance for which they seem to be fWulate prices. Pershing. Courier-Jo- fered a verv attractive proposition, ote -- o well suited. front in the north, nnd have made More than l.fiOO men were in- urnal to hamper Gen. which the club will probably nccept. 0 progress on the road to Cambrai. DEATH OF AGED CITIZEN ducted into military service ami The following physicians of LinTliirtv-flv- e Mr. Bryan Bnllnrd, aged 80. died Important supplies hnve been capmmber of the tcw other were biIjii1k"L seriously .f the American tmnepnrt M unt debmpient as a reeult of Kie 'Vlack-er- " WILL BECOME. LT. GOVERNOR coln county attended the meeting of nt hi home in Garrard county, not tured hy both the British and tho In the prolmble event of Gyv. A tin Stute Medical Society in Louis- far from Prenehenville. on Thurs- Frnch. formerly the German liner Vernon, ntundui) m New York laet week. Krotiprinsessin I'ecelie, were kitted Charles 1. DeWoody. thief agent of O Stanley being elected United ville last week: Drs. J F. neton, day Inst of trouble incident to old The swav of the Bolshevik! is Senator in November, he will D. It Southard, Lewis Jones. E J. age. His wife died some ten years waning. The illness of an-- 1 State when the steamer wa tredted 2n the Department of Justice, puts I h" A0.1R7 men take hi seat on March I, nexf. when Ilrown F. L. Jones, Edward Worn, ago His burial occurred Friday in the Russian government in n preA total from trie trench eoaat. of wles nounces Lieut. (!o. James D Mark, of J. G Carpenter nnd Bertie Carpen- the home burving t'round after short carious situation, and itrtM prohablv were in the en.' ne wre examined. will become Governor and ter. r urn when the torpedo alruck the but apnropiiate talks by Messrs. agitatiop n?aint the Soviet governA jury wan apeeililv chosen in the such until December, when Mi.s Margaret Hopper will toneh Mack Hutchins and J. C. MeClnrv. ment will be revived, it i believed. lip The steamer vm able tut re Federal ourt at Cleveland to try ene a his successor will bg inaugurated gov- tbk vnr in Snvre Institute. Lexing- The following chihlrun survive the In Siberin the Czccho-Slovak- s ( Oi-rn to port. F. i gene V n an im1lctmm have of the epionagc ernor I'pon the elevation of Lieut. ton, having the chair of history. She cood father, who was spared to them effected n junction with new Rusrhargine Under a new syrtem to be ariup'ed act The court proceedings were ' Gon. HIa k to the governorship, left Monday morning to hetrin her many year: Mrs. Walter Hintt. of sian forces, which is hailed as a dethe War Department onlv the enlivened hv the severe rebuke ad- State Senator Chnrle M. Hnrrlss, work She is an experienced teach- this section: Mrs. J. A. Estes. of Mad- cided victory. names of those member of the ministered by the judge to seven of Versailles, president pro tern, of er and will more than make gooil. in ison: Mrs. T J Stiirall. of Crab OrOn a front tho Rritish American Expeditionary Force who friends of Detw who applauded th the upp' branch of the Legislature, the I evington institution of learn- chard, and Mrs 13. I. Jones, of Gar- forces scored a decided advance and will become acting lieutenant govern- ing killed or miaeihg in action will statement of hi attorner. She had taught for the pnst rard, and Messrs Sam Bnllnrd. Per- are now within six mile of St. ' tabled to America. two vrars at Abingdon. Va. ry Bnllard nnd W F Ballard herd or Senator Harris is now h In Quentin. Tho Trench, pushing forRepublican are planning army with ollleer in the Edwin Cooper, who travels for a the death o their father they have ward in tho old Novon sector, nro fght this fall to win control of the CENT-A-WOR- D to the miles from La Hi use and Senate. One vote may the rank of Major attached depart- big Kansas flouring mill and has the unbounded sympathy of their two and one-haJudge Advotate General's i headquarters at Litchfield, 111., spent many friends. Fere nnd are npproaching Lnon. The Administration 4 iitti Jtvm v mm ill""J "T' ' dee'de whether the majority Ken- ment. Louisville Time. G. Saturday with his mothur, Mrs. British, in their new position, occupy o hnve a Senate FARM FOR REN- T- Apply to F tucky ha one ote to give In the I! f'ooper He report business the line they held before tho GerPLEASANT OCCASION 70-t- f Rent. Stanford. Kv. good. Mr. Cooper is" of whiih CHARGED WITH BEING SLACKER The folloiving was the program man dHvo began in March. AmerHouse it ha eleten votes, of Mike Arlip. who works for Peter draft age, and should he lie called given bv the music class of Miss icans in the Vesle region scored adHIM, ONION SKTS and onmrs nine t"yrecnt are with the Govdrink e. pukle for sale. Sam (Jentrv, ernment. In the it has two Kolen. who conduct a soft on Depot Mi--. Cooper will have four sons in Kdltir Welburn nt the home of Mrs. ditional gains Sunday. ' tahlishment and pool room .Stanford at Millcdgeville llrll Gen. Msrdi tobl newspaper men street, is in jail on the serious charge the service, her youngei-- t son. en-- n, John Mvers.Mazurka, Anna Friday: THURSDAY REGISTRATION DAY Cooper, bavin? naed for Bowcn Thrush eed wheat for sale that more than JI0 per cent of the of being a slacker MARVELOUS He claims to trnnce to Centre College, Danville, All male citizens between tho ages Gilmer; Galloping Horses, Frances John Canienlsh, Stanford. Ky , It F American fone in Fiance are now hae registered in the State of MichII No 1 I'erslung's immediate igan, but had no card to prove that which school has been plnccd on n Hanson; Vesper Bells. Sarah Mossor; of 18 and 4G years of nge, not here73zll' under Gen Marching, Bdtterfly 'Wings. The Big tofore registered, nre required to Pair exlm heavy i enmmami. indirating that an otTen- - be had done so. hence the local military basts. KOU SAI.K Friday afternoon. Aug. 30. Logan Clock, Flossie Hanson; Qui Vive register on Thursday, September 12, liiw.. Aninrtmn nrniv is hoard's action in having him held. hfules. Good one. If. .. .. 1... Galop. Josenhine Mvers nnd Josie 1018. All persons, subject to regisHe W he flier or not he i guiltv as charged Whitlev chapter. Daughters of Amerit iintiMnoliiteil at an earlv date IliiuKhman can Revolution, met with Mary Compton: 'Neath Silvery Moon. Mary tration arc urged to promptly do so, ' rn cnted that they hail finished their being investigated. It is hoped Burch on Main street. It was one Lee Gilmer; Bedtime Song. France in their respective precincts, and me WANTED about :tn tons of Iwled alod of that he can prove his innocence. Ar- - of the largest attended meeting since Timberlakc; Gondellied, Josie Comp- hereby warned thnt upon failure o 'mw Cook . Hollars, Stanford, i lied force training with the other registration card the chapters organization. t I). Nn. J. lip nys he had Kv. It. F. In the ton: Honore. Josenhine Myers. After do so, tho county judge and all other Secretary of War Raker, Assistant but lost it.' Forty good steer. nbsence of the regent. Miss Wood FORSALK the program a delightful social hour officials of the county, and the memJohn D Ryan, in chiirr; Mr. Bright, tho vice regent, presided was enioyed. The young musicians bers of the Liberty Service League Wilt weigh about 1,000 pounds. II. S.i retary and Surgeon General TO TAXPAYERS OF LINCOLN gtiuinuslv of nrcraft. Much business wns received "many congratulations. i will deem and make it their especial most t BaUghmnn or J. .V Cash. in France, The ta books are now ready nnd nttended to, the mnsj interesting of business to see and to have all iOR SAM- - 2B ewes, good ones.. Goras haveanarrived announcement made I will be glad to give your t.v re-- i which wn the decision of supporting to "slackers" punished. The penalty inCONSCIENCE BEST OUIDE J. S. Mid a lot of nice clover hay set- nn Sundav night jr. eipt whenever vou call in nnd Armenian and a French orphan. The conscience of each citizen flicted by United States court for failMurnhv. Stanford. Vlt. F. P. No. 5.1 in Washington trip to investigate the tle The job of collecting tne for It van made the Mr. McClary was the program lend- must be hi best guide in determining ure to register is very severe. at the front, while n eoiintv of Lincoln's sire - n big power aircraft situation investigate the ni-tarv one and I sincerely trust that al! will er, and many responded with war whether it is proper to ride to 1,000 CATTLE CHANGE HANDS FOR SALE--O- ne Gorgas will ncvc.or articles. A social hour fol- church on Sundnvs in n motor car. Fairbanks-Mors- e gasoline engine anil Gen. situation. not postpone until the List to pav. lowed at the Princes. Over 1,000 cattle changed hand The Fuel Administration gave this Joe W. Rout. .1 No. 10 Ross cutter. Thanking ou nnd insisting - that you Mr. Josinh Rishon i buck from an answer to State and local administra- nt Jones' Stock Pen Monday and A irowd greeted the annual dn Hustonville, Ky. not postpone until too lat- the im- cvtensive visit to bis sons !n the tor, who had asked for an interpre- trading was reasonably good all dav. bv the State J exhibition opened portant transaction of pavin - your West. While at Clovis, New Mexico, tation of the remiest that the use of Tho best stuff a bunch of Wanted a second-hanSAFK management venter;lay About brought lie. Heifers fife Medium siso and must be in through the tixes, I am verv truly. II C Ilaugh-iiuii- he enioyed beinir with Jus. voungest automobile be discontinued on Sunsteer paused persons It Sheriff Lincoln county. t eod shane. Lincoln Pharmacy, Stan- ........ a "itirillnr" not on the prt- Rowland Bishop, who 's ptosper-in- g days east of the Mississippi in order sold nt 8 to butcher cattle at 6 71-l- f ford. J. W. Acey. to 7 u cents. Sheop sold all the way in that town. He wns nt Dill-w- i to save gasoline for war purposes, cram was furnished when one or I1I,CKSMITH -- I want a good h m'mbers of the American team BRODHEAD MILLS FOR SALE rth. Okla., with his son, Dr. HawWhere churches can ne reached from $12 to S20 nnd a few hogs 1 to take charge of a new mi the yiitu polo contest wai serious-lThe heirs of John Riddle, deceased, kins Bishop, for a month and greatly reasonably in another wnv autowo changed hand at 17V4c. A vcrv crowil wa in town shot), which t have just completed. W iinifed. The exhibits and at- offer at private sale the llnnlhead RoV enjoyed hi8tav in that prosperous bile should not be used, the admin largo in all lines was active. and busi70-t- t Kv ve'torn little citv. The reness From there he istration said. u Murphy. Hubble. tractions all bear a decided war- ler Mills lo.atedis at Ilrodhead. mac Lwent well located, cent rain made grass grow rapidlv to Newton, Kana. wjme in1 lurt property lot of time annearattce. SKFI) WHFAT I have well equinped in other son. Will Wslion, lives nnd were seemingly all and the farmer THE LALLEY LIGHT of tii ally new and Harvest KinK Seett Wheat. Will ell Cnnt1 bv the Cwiho-Slnva0. L. Mink, of the Hustonville anxious for cnttlo to graze. Very otramht or $2. BO lecleaned. 2.000 mile of railw.iv from Olovv-ani- a overv" particular anil doing n splen- where he found him doing well. ' I fur Term will be inn.! Mo havo tnveled over nearly alozen Motor Co , was here this morning few horses or mules were 'sold. Hnrrv Frvo Hubble l'hone No. 12. to l'ena which i onlv 000 did business apperfect. For in Febsince I MONY TO LOAN on impnned miles from Fetrosftad .mens the wav wuit purchaser. Title Elizabeth J states last, but left Kentucky seen ono and left the advertisement which the ruary THE I. J. IN ERROR Mr I hnve never pears elsewhere in thi pnper of f.irmi in Lincoln and Ilojle counties. for a new blow at Germany through wrticulart. address 71 4t that I like anything like so well a I Ijillev I i"ht a wonderful invention, The Interior Journal begs ten Hail, llroflheBd. Ky. I'i t terms. Lowet rate of inter-- - the hettrt of Vussilt, aecordlng to Mr. Bishop also do Kentucky. especially adapted to the use of mak- thousand pardons. It gave the Hust t Itox Jfifn SomerseLKjr. VUiHiv..tnk ad''M. - The movement TO HUCKSTERS AND DEALERS that Hiistonville.is about the ing light for homes and individual tonville ladies of the Red Cross the NOTICK-B- rr penalty added to in SHkt ' f lauanee Cziwli andv produce garden spot with him nnd that he will concern. Mr Minks and, his brother-in-la- credit of tho big dinners served nt Merchants, huckster and atifc-toril-.hrtol tax Oct. t. Settle with L. It Coack troon fs pmeee tingin Soviet biiver of Lincoln county: Give me, soon go back there to reside. Ho is Thoina Morgan, are agents the Carpenter nnd Helm sales last The foi d itua'oi ItuKhes or me at First National bv first mail, your poultry nnd egg now spending a few weeks with his for tho wonderful lighting system in week when the Morelnnd Indies should bv American ribed I..nk (' II. Foster, Treasurer. 71 tf )Jiimi, have had it. The latter ladies have license number, it date of grunting, I lughter. Mrs. Rufus Lipp. Mr. this county and Casev and are nr Stockwbhn'" arri-'cvn boon working like Trojnns for tho your lidoing business with it. FOR SAM. -- International tfaMbite Th e has been or if ou have not received your ap- Bishop accomranied rier husband u ' "'..ruble good cause and this paper would not )i iv press. New viiKine and all in holm cense, give mo the dnte of the protracted trip and enjoyed every n bountlfi'1 harvest. Imt 'he iwaant (oiiriituui. Frice riKht J.Sam plication. It i necessary that I have minute of it. SPOONAMORE SALE TOMORROW rob them of the least credit for their 1). No. refuse to f "d the citie Spoon-unor- e commendable efforts for "ten thouJ. N. Don't forget the sale of tho IJolUilaw. Stanford, H. F. this information nt once'. n n...i...t ma' " mob Will Saunders. County Food AdministratWITH THE CHURCHES farm of 27 acres of good hnd sand world." ns good old Brother 5 gro who ki'bil "Private or, Stnnfoid, Ky. Wednesday. Barnes used to say. fortilu- - Castle, the FOR S LK -T- hree-home The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap-t;- near Rowland tomorrow. faming imon and lot of only a yiwr, ami one Oliver Urom hton. who w.i i Uom" bv r drill, church will meet with Mis Anne plements stock, crops be disputed of. THREE OLD GENTLEMEN furlough "it It wns LOTS U. C. a I'GALY BUYS yciirhnir Southdown buck. Fridny afternoon nt .1 o'clock. The Red will also t Dr. J. T. Hohon, of Hustonville, d at the K" x county Cross ladies of Morelnnd Mr It. I. Fugnly, who has built Aihlock Nunnelloy, Stnnfonl, It. F. 0. No. n strong obey. th-100 per- two pretty home Dim.' L'ood dinner. with E!d. Joseph Ballou and Mr. P. W in Stanford and The word is u.il A crow of The Presbvterv of Transylvania w'llmset a thus help a good cause nnd t arter. of Stnnford, met In this ollico rone is milking "good headway on the third, nt th' in'I vH nnd the aiHiear KOOMSl'OirRKNT Twoitonia sons demsnd will meet in the Stnnfonl Presbyterifr-- u Monday nnd enjoyed a talk of an Jailer the keys hhiI bought of Mr. Winfrey M. Dunnt the same time get value recehod. hour or so. Asked their ages thoy ball. nnd kitchen for Uht liouxdkeeii-ini- r Iwis. but d ere ' whe the moli has two more building lots and prob- an church Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 7:30. can Vcrv desirnblo. Mrs. Hettin aw tho tun-- ' w Tt dtrminod. ably will erect more homes here. The Women's Societv of the Presby- WRIGHT BUYS KINCAID HOME gave the following: Dr. Hohon, 78, will meet Friday at IVrni'tt, Knst Main stroot, Stnnfonl, Castle shot I'ougho without J II. Wrii'ht. of this paper, bought Eld. Ballou. 83. Mr. Carpenter, 81. in tho Embry Addition and terian church Kj - H'ter aeblentnllv Thevi are Embry avenue and the oth- 3 '10 o'clock with Miss Mattie Pax-to- the home of W. P. Kincuid, sold nt Their combined ages make the big wbui on one I'uroc stepped mi hi foot. Castl" u hot er on Walton. nlco SALK Two FOR $3,- - sum of 242 years. Saturday afternoon, Stanford people generally, and auctionThe plnce is located onfor Kilts; subject to nutintor; imsewM Logan but not S"ei4u 'v wounded b Otllcer church Olii. membui of the Methodist SON WOUNDED IN FRANCE Weight 100 poundH. Fher. Ilroughton's wife is in Louis blood. SUPERB ALTRUISM particularly, are delighted that Dr. avenuo nnd is ono of tho prettiest A son of W. 0. Bobbins, --who lives Cannon. Mc- - ville. Prinw rii'bt. .In mo Smiles and tears are closely allied, W. D. Welburn wns returned to the homes in tho citv. Mr. Kincuid and out on the Knob Lick pike, hns been 70-t- f Kitinev. Kv. family will likely locate in Richmond lil to le the lowest In what t pause in our trilling not Silo, speech ever dilner,l in th' Ilouse. thoy say, so wemost touching opitnph pnstorate here by Conference, which nnd their departure from Stanford wounded in France, but it is Rob-biiFOR SALK -- Ono Indiana to reprint this was in session nt Cynthiana. This will cause general regret. known how seriously. Young in Kood condition, will son Representative Kitiliu', ehi'tninn of from a British graveyard in Franco: make. hi fourth year and the rewho is a fine fellow, volunDavid th Ways ami Mean Committee, cheap if taken at once. "When vou go home, tell thorn of us gret i that he can not stay the whole teered a year or more ngo. GOOD FOR BILIOUSNESS Knoeplle. Morehuul, Ky., Route No, cnneUided his remarks begun nnd say: of his unturnl life. 71-t- p "Two years ago I suffoied from J tho dnv before, on the Waf Revenue 'For your tomorrow thoy gave their The Methodist Conference nt MARSHAL WOOD BUYS HOME hat n , Want to sell about IB Hill Mr. Kitchin declared NOTICK today.' " adjourned Monday morning frequent nttneks of stomach trouble George T. Wood hag Sep nt Marshal Chamber nml lilllmisnosa. acres of K""d corn in field on Stan- stupendous amount of hniuls'inust be Rev. W. D. Welburn is re- nt Hill his I concluded! bought of Mr. W. Bailey ford nnd Somerset pike, :vt miles limited before Julv 1, but that the to Stnnford for the fourth lain's Tnblets advertised DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN turned to try them. I improved raplillv." handsome homo on East Main 'street probably J. For d'nrrhoon in children one year year, Uev. A. . Vniiderpool to tho ri rthIt.of Waynesburir. Ky. S. Wad-del- l, present revenue bill on tho wnrwould Miss Kmma Verbrykc, Limn, Ohio. at a reported price of $t,B00. Mr. nexl old 1, Wnynesbiw, suffice for carrying elder vou will find noth pg bet Mokondreo church nt Hubble. More Hill and family will likoly movo to hla year. Touching on tho piohibition ter thin Chamberlain's Colic and LM. land hns n new preacher. Hey. Acker FOR S"Al,B l,RIVATKLY-rTw- o farm. ED OAKS' niG TOMATO imdeclared that other .irpiuc-'- Kemeuy. ioiiowoii uy n uuse.mnn. mensuro, he uev. J. i. uoiiiusoii coiuiu furms -- ono of 170 acres, jvell Ed Oaks la some tomato raiser. Ho proved, milo from town nnd on pike; sources of revenue must be found if of vMr oil. It should bo kopt nt lies at Proachcrsvllle. WAYNESBURG TAXPAYERS Mr. W. (J. Jones, who wns horo showed us oijo Saturday that grew in TOI will be nt Wnyncsburg tho other of CO acres eloso to town., tho manufacture of boor l stopped h?ml luid given ns soqn ns tho first SatDocembor next. unnatrrnl loosenoss of tho bowols from South Fork MoiMay told thi his garden thai weighed n shade over urday, September 11th, for next purAll Kood land. W. C, Floyd, lluton-vliletho n 73-8- i papor that the Baptist church that is I '4 pounds. It was as perfectover pose of collecting taxes. Plcaso bo Ky. nppears. TOR A WEAK STOMACH being built thoro is nearlng comp'e- - specimen of the vegetable as one FARM FOR SALK- - GO acres; IB . ready to gut your tax receipt, II. C. U a MRS. HUNN BUYS LAND It'fui nnd that it will be dcdlcutod on saw. The gront relief afforded by nrres clean without utumps, IB nvrH llnughman, sheriff of Lincoln county. threo-rooMr. A. P. Hunn bought tho 20 ft .utay, Sunt. 22nd. Roy. W. T. Tablet in a multitude of house, bu in timber, It DR. BYRNE AT HUNN HOUSE eases bar fully proven th great valuo ncres of land sold bv Master Com- - ifcitton, of Cincinnati, will preach the luirn, (jrunnry and other outhouse. Dr. J. J. liyrae, the popular opplace nnd un ex- of this preparation for n weak stom- mtadoncr K. C. Walton nt auction deAJvatory sermon. Mr. Jonos lus Four k'ood wells on Giving up a of luxury. About on ach and Impaired digestion. In many Monday at $00 pur ncro. Lund be - taktfi gient interest in tho building tician, is nt the Hunn House and wfll Dorothy Dawus, lifesociety bello Miss cellent applu orchard. of a balance of the school and Btore. Sco or cases this relief" has become perma- longed to the estate of Ellen Roo nnd of tio church which will bo n groat rumnln thero the your eyes need the Coluinbuj, 0 milo from has been driving ft week. See him If write mo for full information. Loo nent and the sufferers havo been com- adjoins Mrs. Hunn'n farm on Hang ctiylt to tho community in which it attention of a first.chiss oculist. It milk wagon in Marietta. lug Fork. 'U cnted. 144 Kyer, Wnyncsburg, Ky., Route 1. pletely restored to hoallh. DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER MIDDLEDURG Willinm Morelnnd bought scvornl With n plcco of bono from n Vend of cnttlc from various parties horse's hip irrnftcd in his own shatIn this section Inst week. tered rlcht hip, Roy Rone, of Lojrnns-por- t, Some claim fo have seen frost hero this state, enmo home from Frlilny morning, nny wny, ovcrconts France, He is on furlough nnd exbrought into use. Here pects to return to his compnny with"Severn! automnlillo owners here- in a few weeks. about disregarded tho order forbidlladly burned When her clothing ding the use of nuros on tho Snhbnth caught fire from a conl oil can explo-sio- n und woro out pleasure riding Sunday. while starting n kitchen fire, Pleasure riding wan Indulged in Mrs. Carrie It. Honnker, wife, of Elhire Sunday n though there wns liott Honnakcr, n farmer, of Fay-ettno onlcr forbidding the use of autodied at n LcxitiRton hospital. mobiles for tlint purpose on Sun Hy order of Director Ocniral pnlriotie "Jay, Some people nr renl there will lie no more Rnrnishec-in- s Al-l!- pur-pie- dis-ljcn- te them-serve- J g ! v ! lfi,-00- a J anti-Semct- -- Mol-itio- ten-mil- e "ADS lf i? - fr Til-de- ' : four-year-ol- d 73-2- 1 m-i- tia-O- J-- 7.T-2- p 73-2- p d lfi.-nn- o 800-pou- i. 80, I v 1 k -- 7j.-b- ) ref-ugc- - ! p 1 OI r- ul -t tit n-r- e -- .'..I ox-(ii- T n. s' v 10-2- Sirt-urd- Cvn-thian- a. I . t i Chnm-borlain'- r . .iarrftfcn, r. y- a' PageTw FOR WOMAN'S EYB Girl jockeys re appearing on the New Zealand race tracks. New York'a uniformed police women are paid f 100 a monta. A Chicago woman has started n to conserve crusade igainst cat food. Women hate replaced men as caretakers in one of the cemeteries of Sioux CitT. Mis.s Elsie It. Chnmherlaln is hend clerk in one of the leading Snn Fran-Cisc- o hotels. Misi Frances II Tfilson is the new n assistant District Attorney of county, California' MIm Knte Glcson has been elected president of the Hrst Nntionnl Hank of Ksst Ilocheter. N. Y. A New York wholesale dry goods house now employs women salesmen, women packers and women shipping clerks. Sister Cecilia, a Sister of Charity, of Grconshurg, Pn., m n sister of Charles M. Schwab, the head of the United States Emergency Fleet Corporation. o The war kis brought Mme. do (Mary Anderson), the great American actress, bnck to the stage. To help raise funds for relief work she has played in England. Mrs. William Jny, prominent society woman of New ork anil Newport, has inaugurated a campaign for the elimination of German music from nil concert and musicale programs. Queen Elizabeth of the Belgians is an acomnjished violinist nnd nn expert I'uiguifct. She has also taken her degree of M. I)., nnd has acted as doctor to her husband nnd children on many occasions. For the first time in the history of the Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada n woman has been elected a member of the executive board. She is Mrs. Josephine Sullivan Conlon, of Detroit. The Municipal Civil Sen ice Commission of New York City announces that among the steps being taken to fill the vacancies in the police, fire and street cleaning departments is the employment of women street sweepers in the outlying districts. Mrs. Marguerite Dincen, of New York City, now hss six sons actively in the sen ice of their country, two of them as chaplains. Mrs. Dincen, a widow, recently offered her services to the American Red Cross as n nurse for active scrvico abroad. The people will Tote on the question of suffrage for women in Louisiana in November, and, in addition to deciding whether the women shall or shall not have the ballot, also will decide as to whether they shall get it by amendment to the State Constitution or shall have to wait until a majority of the states ratify a Federal nmendment. Ala-medNn-vat- TTie Interior Journal Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, September 10, 1918. is with her mother hero this week. Mrs. Carrier, of Nashville, has been with Mrs. Susie Curtis for a fovv days. Rev. Morgan nttended M. K. conference nt Cynthinnn, which began there Monday. Messrs. Louis nnd Raymond Bell motored to Lexington Wednesday. Little Guy Newland went with them. Mr. nnd Mrs Robert Collier and Mrs. Wyntt anil baby visited friends in Urodliead and Mt. Vernon this w PAINT LICK week-en- d guests of Vr. II. u Montgomery. Willinm P. Foley has taken placo as clerk for Honey and engo were the Woods. Misses Verlindn nnd Mattie Death Ital-ston- 's U Y The recent rains will help the late corn nnd tobacco very much. of ha have About seven been shipped from this place; price paiil is from lt to v---i per ion Will C. Dotv. of Chattanooga, is took in $12C. Jaki the guest of his brother-in-laWriifp. SENDS Fish, our townsman and GOVERNMENT Luther AN URGENT CALL moved to Calcast for his trader, has e The President of the future home. Mrs. Rice Woods has returned from Commission recently wired: Oivmpia Springs "Need for stenographers nnd typW. S. Fish, of Stanford, is nmv ists at Washington grows more ncute inn- - to hit fnther's nlace this week Our school will open September 9. daily. Increase effort all possible." The Government and business conif the carpenters get the addition to the building near compfetion cerns are short five hundred thousand Tim L. & N train killed two head of stock, a horse and a mule, near bookkeepers and stenographers, nnd are offering beginners salaries never T.nwnll. Inst Thursday. A. It. Estridire. Richard Davis and before heard of. Jewell Wallace wont to Lancaster The Government drafted our Civil Thursday to receive their diplomas, Bookkeeping Set, and about completing the common school course Sen-icEIGHTY-FIVper cent of tho Govof study. Some genuine negroes of Nicholas-vill- e ernment's stenographers write the gave a negro minstrel show here shorthand system that wo teach was The audience two niehts. laughing most of the time and seemed THE BEST evidence that our courses are THE BEST. to enjoy the show. Take, BY MAIL, our HIM CLERK WAS ROBBING - Bookkeep savs Civil-Se- n A dispatch from Middlesboro who has been ing Course of our Simplified ShortAVhittaker, that A. clerking in Trank Lee's drug store hand Course, tho latter courso confor 18 months, was arrested on the sisting of THIRTY LESSONS, and barge of appropriating cah trom we guarantee vou from $85 to $125 a the legister. Ho gave bond in It is alleged that Whittakor lies month as soon as you qualify Money been taking money fiom the cash back if not satisfied. Two hundred register for months and that his pec- thousands satisfied, money-makin- g ulations amount to nt least $2,000. former students. Clip, fill out, nnd Mr. Lee it will be recalled, clerked in the Penny Drug Store here for a send us the following coupon long time. His friends regret his COUPON loss and hope he will ninke it hot for the fellow who has abused his confiDRAUGHTON'S COLLEGE, dence in him Naihville, Tenn.l Send me, FREE, your book on While Col and Mis. Grant K. Lilly, of Richmond, were taking n Home Study, nnd tell me nbout walk around Shakertown, whore they your new plan of teaching tho were sponding a few dajs, some plan whereby it is EASY to learn, drunken or trazv fellow named Oscar Cox fired the tontenU of his shot BY MAIL, Bookkeeping, Shortgun at them. Mrs Lilly dodgod the hand. Penmanship, etc This nolemlon missiles, but the colonel was tice was dipped from tho Interior He caught throe not so fortuimte Journal, Stanford, Ky. aide of Ilia face. Tlio felshot in the Yours truly. low on bo ni! arrested said thnt some body had scared hi children nnd ho was trying 10 pay ineni lur ii. nu wns hold over to trie grand jury in (Namo) $1,000. ear-loaCivil-Service E eight-weeks' $1,-00- more, of Hubble, nttended the sale here Friday. Mr. Riley Davis left Saturday for Alabama, where ho will work in the nitmte plant. Dr. nnd .Mrs. Murphy and daught er, of Ellishurg, were in town shopping Tuesday. J. Koutcnburc s new homo on Dan ville street is rapidly being pushed to completion. iUr. nnd Airs. A. J. Adams nnd Dr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Hart motored to Lex ington Wednesday. .Miss Luoille Wilkerson nnd .Mrs. Phillips, of Liberty, attended the Fields sale Thursday. Private Ollis EubnnK, of camp Sheridan, Aln., is nt home with his mother, who is quite ill. Mr. and .Mrs. Will Cabboll nnd children, of Dai. ton, O., nrc here with relatives for a few days. Miss Mnnonc Cockincs. of Mc- Kinncy, attended the funeral of Mr. George Riffc here this week. Miss Jessie Totem arrived Satur day from Lancnstcr, where she has been snendincr her ncntion. J. S. Johnson, of Danville, shipped d n oi cattle irom iMorelniui Tuesday to nn eastern market. Misses Lena nnd Mnry Revnicrson nrrived Tuesday from a very pleasant Msit to friends in Danville. Roo7e. nnnarentlv. still flows into our little town regardless of the now dry law. Oh for a George Wood. At last our new nnd macnificent school building is finished and school opened Monday with quite a Urge attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Wiliatn Neal and at tractive daughter, Margaret, attended the picture show at Stanfonl Saturday night. Mrs. Hill Spaulding nnd little Miss Ann Katherync Spaulding. of Lexington, are visiting Dr Edward Alcorn nnd family. The ladies of the Red Cros took in SliiO nt the sale dinner thc set for Mr Fields The cake donated b Miss Grace Fields brought $21 Ouite a crowd attended the ( ai penter sale at Moreland Tucsiiav Mi Livingston Cooper bought tn nou nf and land nt a ery nice i icmey. The ladies of the Vnn ir It lluv Red Cross served the luin car-loa- eek. Mr. James Edmiston and sister, Mrs. Nan Elder, took Jimmlo Bur-gi- n nnd Susie Edmiston to Campbells-vill- e Riffc. Manila, where the latter will Miss Mary I'envvhousc left Fri day for Troy, where she will teach enter school. There will be preaching nt the school. Miss Florence Epperson, of Mc- - Baptist church Sunday morning and Kinney. wns the guest of friends here night by the pastor,' Rev. Stone. this week. Wm. Murphy nnd Jack Spoonn- - yUSTONVILLE Soulre nnd Mrs. Gann are visiting friends in Cincinnati. Mr. Edd Tanner, of Mchinncy. wns in town Mondny. Miss i;ddie T. Carpenter wns with the homefolks over Sunday. Win. Shanks, of Stanford, attend ed the Fields sale Thursday. Mr. and .Mrs. Jim Woods took in the sale nt Morcland Tuesday. Cant. Smith. M. H. C. is nt home for a few dajs with his family. Miss Annie uunn is visiting ner sis ter. Mrs Dnn Trnvlor, nt Stanford. Mr. Watt Brown, of Liberty, at tended the sale at Moreland Tues day. Untewood llenzley. or Mnnford, was the guest last week of John S. CRAB ORCHARD Mrs. Silas Anderson, of Stanford, at tho Springs Come nnd hear the good things he baptismal service converts were pool, where twelve has to any to you. W right, Mrs. Hough Hold who baptized by tho pastor, Rev. It wns not Impressive donnted tho twelve dollar eako to the tn n most beautiful nnd Crab Orchard Red Ofiss chapter, manner. Mrs. O M Nicholson nnd dnugh but our own Mrs. John Red here who or, Meredith, of Holiday, Has , nnd deserves the credit. daughter, nnd Mrs. Nancy A. McClurc went to Mrs. O. Robinson have Shcpherdsvillo Mondny to visit rela- Margaret, of Augusta, Kns, whoAgnes tives. Mrs. Anna Napier is also been visiting their aunt, Mrsat other thero having given up housekeeping Herrln, here nnd relatives week for in Paris since both her boys entered k'nninolcv towns, left this Chicago for a visit with relatives be army sen lew. fnm rpiiirnitu borne All were well Rev. Gooch, of the Baptist church, ,.i i ....il. k'.oitnrkv nnd her nco nho has hern holding n series m i'"" ' mpetlriL'n nt Watt's rlinnel. nenr here. I"0, has had over forty additions to the The protracted meeting at the Many of these being iry Christian church conducted by Rev church elderly people. It is said Hint nt no Car Agee, of Ijiwrencoburg. closed time wns creator interest shown or M,t Friday night This splendid man the gospel better presented. ,,f (;0d enmo to us so enthued with Rev Wright preached fine scr his message, so glad to be able to tell mons Sunday morning nnd evening nt.it that ho succeeded in Ins desire to the tho Christian church nnd in the aft hide himself cntinly behind xninnn n lnriM nrnivil uitiiiwsi'il tnnlrrns. of I nrlst III" I'nve iih' iim'i ' ( beautiful and slmplo gOet ever preached here, "Jesus only," bolne hh memo irom suirv iu unisn. Me u n power for Got! In tho pulpit, and certainly ono or me very nnest wr, isters vvlio ever held n meeting here rourieen aiitiuious, iwuivc uy im mersion. was the outward result nf his work, but not one of tho Urge crowd who heard him but wenl away feeling thnt they had been spiritual-I- ) brnvfited. I. W W member nro believe, I re. sponsible for tho bomb explosion ut the Chicago Federal building Tues Philip J. Barry, fa day afternoon chnrge of the Department of Jmtiie Chicago, said that he attributed in the explosion to the organization Nine men nnd a woman were nrsfitt Four perrd following the disaster insons were killed and seventy-fiv- e jured ns the result of the explosion Ki it ( ross pi fures Mnmlnv I On Friday, Sept 20 I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION Promptly at 10 o'clock A. M., 921 Acres of Garrard County Land Three Adjoining Farms 560 Acres For Chas. Dietrich; 221 Acres For A. P. Sloan; 140 Acres For Henry Moore LOCATION On the Dietrich pike, mile from Lancaster, Nicholasville and f Lexington pike, 10 miles from Lancaster, 8 miles from Burgin, 10 miles from Nicholasville, li miles from consolidated graded school, 2l. miles from hemp, grain and stock market, 2 miles from thriving village BRYANTSVILLE in the FAMOUS CAMP DICK ROBINSON section of Garrard County. LOOK FOR THE BIG SIGN at the mouth of Dietrich pike. IMPROVEMENTS On the DIETRICH Farm there is located on differentracts a dwelling, hall and 2 porches, another dwelling, a house, 3 stock tobacco barns and an e barns, two tobacco barn, dairy house and other buildings. On the SLOAN Farm a dwelling, 2 halls, 3 porches, basement, large stock barn, tobacco barn, servants room in yard, cribs, sheds and all outbuildings, 2 tenant houses. On the MOORE farm, a modern metal roof bungalow, halls, porches and basement, new stock barn, tobacco barn, tenant house, AN ORCHARD OF 800 FRUIT TREES. The land is in cultivation as follows: On the Dietrich farm, 75 acres in corn, 25 acres tobacco, 50 acres plowed and 90 acres to be plowed for wheat, balance in grass; on the Sloan farm, 50 acres corn, 12 acres tobacco, 70 acres stubble, balance grass; on the Moore farm, 75 acres corn, 8 acres tobacco, balance in oat stubble and grass, this farm has level front yard right on the pike. The Dietrich farm will be divided and sold in seven separate tracts, some with and some without improvements; 130 acres, 140 acres. 185 acres, 40 acres, 20 acres and 15 acres. The Sloan farm into four tracts, 100 acres, 60 acres, 40 acres and 20 acres. The Moore farm 140 acres will be sold as a whole. Any two or more tracts may be combined to suit the bidders. Listen This land is all fertile, heavy producing limestone soil, will grow hemp, corn, tobacco and wheat. Everlasting water on all the farms. I know land values, and have sold Less Productive land a little nearer town at DOUBLE THE PRICE I will sell these farms. I have sold every farm I have offered at public auction Why -- A "SQUARE DEAL" NO the purchaser gets value for his money and I know the kind of lands to offer. These farms will be up to the "HIGH DOLLAR." DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM. TWO CROPS on any tract will pay the PURCHASE PRICE. You men who are getting 6 per cent invest in this land and make 25 per cent to 50 per cent. EASY. The owners at the farms or the undersigned will show them to you. Look before day of sale. FREE DINNER. For further particulars see us. Don't forget the date SEPT 20 one-hal5-rom m re 1 18-acr- 10-ac- re m 8-ac- re BY-BIDDI- NOT SEEKING SHORT TERM Willinm 1). Cochran, who was mentioned in connection witn the Republican nomination for U. o. Serntor for thu short term positively rof lifted to allow his name to bo used, paying that Gov. Stanley had Mio nppp and should be allowe to exercise it. 1 (Addross) The body of Senator James was laid to rest Friday afternoon in tho little cemetery ut Marion. Practically ull of Crittenden county at tended the services and business ut Marion was suspended for the day, Simple ecu monies weie held at the Methodist church nnd following n brief jiruyor the ensket was lowered into the grave beside th'it of Ins mother. to stabilize cotton prices nnd consider mutters connected with handling tho crop soon will be appointed by the Wnr Industries Board with tho approval of Presi dent Wilson. This step will be taken because of tho short crop in order that tho needs of the nation, as well a the Allies, may be satisfied. A committee Secretary McAdoo approved of the form of contract under which the Government will pay the railroads a Nearly rental during Fcdeial control. The 170 roads will bo asked to sign tho contract. An additional wage affecting 1,000,000 railroad vvoi Iters, also was approved by General McAdoo. Hen Sallec, aged 55, of Hnrrods-burand Miss Lizzie Gilpin, 43, nnd living in'Louisville, skipped over tho mer to JefTcrnonvllle nnd were uaited in marritrte. g, The SWINEBROAD Reafe Estate Man W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. Lancaster, Ky. BOL1VER BOND. Auctinnpor i" fthm Interim Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, September 10, 1918. Vfge lhiee f r TITANIC AUCTION SALE Thursday, Sept. 1 9, 1 9 1 8 I will sell for J. H. Baughman 5 1 0 ACRES OF LAND The Cream of Boyle County MULES-GO- OD And J. H. Baughman will sell 750 CATTLE AND A LOT OF MARES AND ONES LOCATION Known as the "HILL TOP FARM," two miles from city limits of Danville, Ky., on Hustonville Pike. Boyle County has the best pike3 of any county in the State and this pike is the BEST one out of Danville; perfectly straight from city limits and no railroads to cross to this Beautiful Farm, only 10 minutes' drive. DESCRIPTION Broad, gently sloping fields, almost level, with here and there a black walnut, sugar tree or stately elm.-- The land of BIG, FAT CATTLE and BROAD ACRES OF FERTILE SOIL. 390 acres of this land is in SOD and has been for years, the remainder recently broken from sod in cultivation as follows: 70 acres in corn, 10 acres in wheat stubble, 30 acres in buckwheat, 10 acres in tobacco and hemp. This land has been grazed for years with BIG CATTLE and is NOW ready for the man who wants to make MONEY growing CORN, HEMP, TOBACCO, CATTLE and HOGS. 5 o o o o o Gi 9 9 9 O One In A Lifetime Is The Opportunity Offered To Buy Such A Farm ADVANTAGES A BEAUTIFUL HOME, SPLENDID NEIGHBORHOOD, the adjoining land owners living on their farms. CLOSE TO CHURCHES, GRADED and HIGH SCHOOL, CENTRE COLLEGE and KENTUCKY COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, and the BEST TOBACCO, HEMP, GRAIN, HOG and CATTLE MARKET in Central Kentucky. DAN VIL LE and BOYLE COUNTY do not have to be advertised. Their reputation is established. Known every where as a moral and educational center with a population of hospitable and prosperous people. Danville is also a great railroad terminal and ONE MILLION DOLLARS has already been authorized to be spent at Danville in the improvement of railroad facilities. "HILL TOP FARM" is within one mile of the L. & N. Railroad and adjoins the C, N. O. & T. P. Railroad, with side track on the farm. Electric line runs by the farm and only has to be tapped to equip the farm with light and power. "Hill Top Farm" is ABUNDANTLY WATERED with seven NEVER FAILING SPRINGS, four wells and one cistern. IMPROVEMENTS Main dwelling, eight large rooms, two porches, halls and bath room with butler's pantry. Heated by furnace, y two-rooservant house and garage, beautiful yard with large shade trees, large stock barn, basement will hold 125 cattle, second story nine large box stalls and the main portion prepared for hay fork and will hold 7,000 bales of hay. Fertile garden and plenty y dwelling, three porches, two stock barns, other outof fruit. The second set of improvements consists of a splendid buildings, cistern, good garden, large yard and mulberry, sugar tree and wild cherry shade trees. This set of improvements is within ONE-HALMILE OF SPLENDID GRADED SCHOOL. Two other sets of improvements on farm. m G 0 9 m two-stor- six-roo- m two-stor- F 9 9 9 9 9 tract and e tract with improvements, a e SUBDIVISION 200 acres with main dwelling, a e tract with improvee and a tract, also a with improvements and other tracts. We always tract tract ments, to which may be added a SELL to suit the BIDDERS, so two or more tracts may be combined to suit the purchaser in the number of acres. 60-acr80-acr40-acr20-acr- 14-ac- re 45-acr- e CATTLE CATTLE CATTLE 100 HEAD BLACK POLL ANGUS FEEDERS, 800 to 1,500 pounds; 60 OR MORE WHITE FACE HEREFORD FEEDERS, 800 to 1,500 pounds; 240 HIGH GRADE SHORT HORN, RED and ROANS 800 to 1,100 pounds; 50 BLACK YR. CATTLE, 500 to 9 700 pounds; 200 HEREFORD AND SHORT HORN YEARLINGS, 500 to 750 pounds; 75 HIGH GRADE POLL ANGUS HEIFERS, 500 to 600 pounds; 25 HEREFORD AND SHORT HORN HEIFERS, 500 to 800 pounds. These cattle are all good quality, been picked for auction sale for twelve months. Native Kentucky and Tennessee cattle. BEST LOT OF CATTLE EVER OFFERED FOR SALE IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Just a few plain cattle and these will be sold separately. The cattle will be sold in bunches of ten and in car lots, principally in car lots. 9 9 si MARES AND MULES 9 9 12 DRAFT TYPE BROOD MARES, all broken to work, five with mule colts at side and three with horse MULES from same marcs; 2 YEARLING MULES horn above mares; 4 1 AGED JACK; 7 PONIES from colts to six years old. WALKING MARES; mares; 2 TERMS Easy on the land r.nd stock and satisfactory to purchaser. THREE-YEAR-OLD TWO-YEAR-OLD SIX-YEAR-0.D colts; 6 SPLENDID MULES from same 9 9 9 0 9 Sale begins promptly at 10 o'clock. Mr. Baughman, Mr. Mess or myself will show the farm at any time. Notify us and we will be glad to meet the L. & N. train or the Southern train at any time before or on day of sale. Q THE SALE WILL BE POSITIVE BOTH OF THE LAND AND STOCK. NO EVER. WE WILL BE IN THE HANDS OF THE PURCHASER. AN ABSOLUTE SALE. BY-BIDDIN- G AND NO PROTECTION WHAT- Mr. Baughman, who is known by all cattle men, will have charge of the Cattle Sale and Swinebroad will be in charge of the Land Sale. For further particulars as to Live Stock inquire of J. H. Baughman, Danville, Ky., Phone County 1802, and as to the land SWINEBROAD 5 9 9 THE REAL ESTATE MAN W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. LANCASTER, KY. I ett0$$9ei9ti Y.K - A J Page Four i P" HTi Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, September 10, 1918. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL K. C. 3fr MONEY? If you want money to increase your Wheat Wltnnr Mfni J. H. WrltM nMr. tlAtt man , m Crop, If you want money to harvest your Corn Crop, If you want money to buy cattle and hogs to produce meat for our boys in France, If you want money to buy Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds, Come and see us at Lincoln County National Bank The Bank on the "corner next to Court-house- " The Byrne Optical Service . . NOMINEE WORTHY OF SUPPORT Whcnovor you hoar n mnn kicking sayinc thnt the committee nhnnl.l and have called n primary or n convrn. tion to nominate n candidate for U. S. Senntor put him down as n hike wnrm supporter of the governor, if not n renl opponent. Attorney Gen eral C, H, Morris in an opinion furnished the committee, said it had no authority to cnll n primary or convention, under the elroiimstniipiw. nnd thnt it was purely wtoiln its del egated ngiiw to make the nomination. Kven if it had tile right to call either n convention of a primnry the nomination would hardly have expressed more of the popular will thnn it Hops. People nre not taking much Interest tn polities this year, as shown bv the fact that only nbout 4(5,000 Demo, crnts voted in the August senatorial primary, which is alwnys held. There were only sixteen days In which a primary could be held legally before the election and that was scarce time for notice of it and preparation, even had the committee been authorized to cnll it. So let's stop talking nbout impossibilities and get down to work for Gov. Stanley, whose congressional experience of twelve years eminently fit him for n seat in the Senate, where he will nt once take a leading part, as he possesses the confidence of the people of the country and is In .full accord with the policies of the President, who vill regard his election as nn endorsement of them and insistence that he con tinue to use every effort to win the war. The Interior Journal heartilyeom-mend- s e the prompt action of the in doing what it appealed to it to do nnd in nominating n mnn so entirely worthy of the honor nnd capable to creditably fill the position. Governor Stanley possessed the confidence nnd friendship of Senator James and we nre sure that no man's nomination would have pleased him moro than thnt of Gov. Stanley, who is his logical and fittest successor. We do not know when he will resign ns governor as he does not have to be in a hurrv nbout it, but we do know that when he does the office will be in good hands since Lieutenant Governor James D. Hlnck will succeed to it nnd fill it creditably. A com-niitte- Clothing of Distinction Our "Fall" Clothing is now ready for your inspection. These are by far the best selection of clothing ever brought to Stanford. We have these in all the new models, weaves and colors. Tailored by the best of tailors, cut to fit any shape form. All pure wool fabrics and fast in color. To sec these is to buy, and now to buy means a saving of dollars to you. We Are Headquarters For The Boys' School Suits M In Come now and select yours. McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley "The House of Quality." To our customers Our representative from the well known firm of Tailoring Company will be here to take your measure Saturday and Monday, Sept. 7th and 9th. A rare opportunity. Don't forget the dates. Storrs-SchaefTer Eyes Tested. Glasses Filled. IS Years' Ex- perience. 12 Years in Lincoln and Adjoining Counties. AT The Hunn House, Stanford, Ky., .J x,V Sept. 9th to 14th 4 " Optometrist I Employ No Agents Optician " Scofiomy both calfskin and sole leather 100$. All other items that enter into the making of a pair of shoes are higher some several hundred per cent. Since 191 2 have risen over M 07rTtl I ilF v Our advice, in view of this situation, is pay at least 7.50 to 12 for your shoes. It is true economy. The tatUfjction you get from the better workmanship and materials will justify the expenditure. Lome in and sec Crossctt models for Fall. James' unexMred term, endine next Mirth, up hasten to say that Mr. Genres Brnwn Martin is a man of ili'litv in tVv lrgal profession and of high standing- nt his home in Cat-- 1 lett-liuand everywhere he is known, Um h unfortunately is not coneral That he seems to have heen nlle to walk that narrow strip of Innd tictwifi the tlevil and the deep' blue sea with great sut rpxs and I redit. shows him to be a man of parts. He is the serial friend ff P"rritor nvVh.im. who nrii.-t- o. him to the county judgship nf Ho.1 county to fill a vacancy. He sip ported Tlp'khem in his ramp!.""! f the senatorial nomination .in Sf.inlev liit was one of Stn' strongest adherents for governor H has thus been able to retain th fr I'tUhin of the two leaders of con Tiding factions and Senator H' ham is highly pencd at the appoint rnent. In fact, he went to Gov Stinlev. with whom he had had no communication for n long time, and congratulated him on his appoint ment and pledged his hearty support to the governor in his race for the long term in the Senate. Thus to nil appearances the bloodv hatchet, which has been uplifted, has been buried, and Kentucky Democrats fully united, will continue to go forth to certain victory. If any one, therefore, tells you thnt Dr. Bruner, the Republican nominee, has the jrhost of n chance to beat our able young governor, say to him that he could not be more mistaken than if ho hnd burned his shirt, and that the voters of Kentucky will never do so foolish n stunt as to send a greenhorn to the Senate nt this critical period when thev can send a man thoroiifh- ly acquainted with legislation at the j W nntjonnl capital, and whose long unci , g& honorable service in the Lower House has made him n national lig- - 19 ure. Let every Democrnt nnd other (Q patriot resolve now, nnd keep th j 2 resolution, to record bis vMe for W Gov. Stanley nnd see that a man who rr . I WHO SENATOR MARTIN IS s runny will be asking what man ner of man is Gov. Stanley's appointee to the Senate to fill Ollie Mc r&TPFfc nn DOU BAILEY EUPLEY STANFORD, KY. "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" OOOOQOOOGOGOOOOOOOoao0O Ssalp sit R.&m?f-miI Phi tke l I Home BEGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. Sell for Livingston Cooper his home located on the Danville and Hus- tonville turnpike, between Moreland and lustonville. Tl us ionic contains 1 I 9 Tuesday, Sept. 24th f 43 Acres of Good Land Plenty of 9 & .. (iros&et tAf 'QjMoe CAlakcs Lifos Walk -- Bsy' jl v- SCHOOL CLOTHES j tn need call on us. Our stock of Boys' Suits, Shoes, Caps, Shirts, Neckwear and Blouses is now complete. These wearables are designed and tailored to give service and satisfaction. We also have a complete line of Shoes for Girls, and vou will find anv- thing you want in this line at our store, so when ihX '1 ROBINSON'S lllllIHlllIHltltlt President in hi war policy m sent Vfif to aid him in every efTort to win the war. Never-Failin- g Ar ii war necessity to save gasoline for war ue. the Goernment has J) requested the pleasure use of auto1 mobiles on Sunday be discontinued. his home is located in the Hustonville Grader School district. Look With few exceptions the request last this over for it is located right. At the same- - time and place we will Sunday was observed. The patriots conformed to the requost, the fellow sell the following personalty: who loves his pleasure better than h's country did not. To compel this ele-- 1 ment to do what should be done we suggest out city council pass an or- -' Yr.-Ol- d dinance forbiddWig any machine use I on our streets on Sunday except for' actual church attendance or for re-- 1 lief of suffering or distress, a viola tion of the ordinnnce to be punished by a fine of ?2' assessed against the machine, nnd the machine to be In Id for payment of line and costs, tho m Splendid, ones, one a Black Polled, the rest Jerseys, 1 Sow and 8 Pigs, fine when collected to be paid to tho local Hod Cros chanter to supple11 ment its war relief fund. Tho pas-- ' sage or Hucn nn ordinance and its rigid enforcement would meet public approval and be in keeping with thu nation's request Tho last issue of the Somerset News contnins n signed attack bv i nomas M. UwMey on tiov. Stanley, which appears libelous in the extreme and seems to cnll for a drubbing, a criminal indictment or a libel suit. Wo nro utterly surprised that our old countymnn, who did not used to bo so "Bavigrous," should writa as hu does, and can only explain the matter by recalling that new converts TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY MORELAND RED CROSS LADIES shout tho loudest and turncoats OF SALE halloo tho longest in order to provo WILL FURNISH THE DINNER tn their zeal. Hut of this, moro when we have more time. to in 4li !" Ill IIIUIWMKII il cKtvtnaMiif J ((II'C.I.IIJ utitVi llll tltn IM'- - .a ' and there is on the place a good residence with r rooms, two notches. a splendid stock barn and all necessary outbuildings. This farm is O well fenced and Water o 9 9 9 9 9 One Sow and Shoats, 3 Yearling Cattle, 2 Calves. & 9 dome Farm Implements, Household 9 9 Goods, Etc. 9 9 S 9 2 Good Work Horses, 1 Three Jack, 1 Jennet, 6 Milk Cows, & DINWIDDIE & OWENS Moreland and Hustonville, Ky. O & 9 al-w- H.'V" The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, September t 10, 191 6. Page Fiv liiliiiilliliiitit 'i. BE PATRIOTIC Don't Forget The DO YOUR AND PART TIIH NEXT LIBERTY LOAN IS SCHEDULED TO HECIN SEPT. 2ttth AND END OCT. 19th, 1918. ALL PERSONS SHOULD BEGIN AT ONCE TO SAVE MONEY TO HE INVESTED IN THESE BONDS. THE I IRST NATIONAL BANK WILL BE PLEASED TO HAVE YOU DEPOSIT IN ITS SAVINGS DE. PAIITMENT, OR IN YOUR CHECK. INC. ACCOUNI, MONEY TOR THAT PURPOSE, AND TOR OTH. EH PURPOSES. THE BANK IS PREPARED AT ALL TIMES TO REGISTER UNITED STATES BONDS, AND TO CON. VERT THE LOWER RATE BEARING BONDS TO HIGHER RATE BONDS. . ..l ....... t Spoonamore Land Sale Tomorrow, Wednesday, Sept. 11th 274-Ac- re Farm, Stock, Crops, Implements. Stop Corn Agony In Four Seconds Corns Peel Off! The relief that 'AM. It" rIvo a the way It mnke from corn nnl cnlluars perl rIT ttiliilf'S 1) In one piece In one of the wonder vf tha wurlj. Tlio woman In Vie. "OcU'If'-S- eo corn-paln- Lual Corn TM .11 M.ll 99 CMU feci Kltbt Old" QmcM ll C.I M. 'Cu4t' Mm fapF er - homa, th ahopper in the the foot traveler, t' ' i' in ai .r. - li ce win lirk in In I"'' toli the orkr In llm thin great, ills it" A, eta II rorn on ur nun k r.hrf fi. nt nil piln-l- e tin en Mir- anrf callus pain una rtmorrr unit mikia i.jll nnw a )u off M eall y unda to titJbana. It lakra . "Oeta-U- " Thm ll lrl at vni Joy with Wlk ebo- - palnltaa know ern ulth rorn tlhtlenaan from your toe- our It " Will r. th i tV- Utn ilincr, f cm tfl - ap-til- Tr It. iort ami U' " the sruiraiiteeil theonlyeurnay. drug attire. null tiut n ttlrla at &any .CblcuKo, 11. rencc Co MTU ly 1!. L Sold in Manfoni and recommend-oi- l with our auf-Jert- fliira u II Hmt lu C Shanks wont to Iwiiiii Mrs Mr nnd Mrs J C Fox are in reWelih Rochester went to I.oun-Ml- h Sumliiy niKht to nttetid the State ville Satunl.iv nik'ht to spend Sun-iln- ceipt of n card from their son, Wilwith her husbntid. liam IJ. Fv, sniiiK thnt he hnd arfair. Mr Sam Itobinsnn, wife and two rived overseas nil rie;ht. Mr and Mr VYilluun Severnnco Mr. John Ilruce, of Straight Creek, attractive little daughters pcnt tlio left Mondiiy to mt reliitno in latter part of the week in Louis- Bell county, who owns n farm out ville on the Somerset pike, not far from Mis Siillie Itmiten, of the We-t- t Mrs W II Murhhon, who has been town, spent Sunday with his friend, I i il, was the xuest of Mr. Ilcttie wnitiii? on h.r on, Lewis Mershon, Mr Walter Forsjthe. BiinietL day and nij,'ht diinnp; Ins illness with Prof. Cvrus Johnnon, in writing Miis S ilhe Iluikur Iibh rutumed to tyjihoid fever, has been compelled to from Mt. Kainer, Maryland, sns: P 't Bluir. Ark , nfter n ht to el-- '' tnke to her bid. While she is not se- "We welcome the I. J to our home riously ill, she is jet unable to leave and look for it as we would a letti here. I enclose Uwis is somewhat bet- ter from the homefolks. Ili.ith Seernre n at honi- - from her room C . tnp to Sept., 1919." very lic'y gn ter. Tnlor He Friday's Louisville A little son has blessed the union of i litre ('ollt'k't' thlt your. Times conMr and Mr II II Smith have tained the pictures of three broth-- i Mr and Mrs Robin Adair Horton, of I to the Mil) wood I nertiott. much r and n sister of Mrs. Robert B Pans He arrived the other day and t ) tht rocret of thuir many friend Woods Thcj are Mih Leila Cool. has been named I'm ton Adair Hort r : ll ) tin ir old home. Srillee, who is with I)r Biirnuv' unit ton The yountjhter is a great grandMr I lia ftiffey and Mix J II in Frame; Walter Sailte. who is in son of Mrs I'ermiMin Brown of this iSiiiMi of MrKinney. were raller nt training m a Texas camp; Julius Snl-le- city. They came down tl i l"r Mund a captain AeeitiK service in Mr and Mrs Cossie D Sutton and Praiice, nml John Sallee. also domif Mr F L. Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, ' 'In Ri t'rw picture ahow I Mr llirrj .ImoU himI family at- - thitv "over there" They arc all were in the city Saturday afternoon ,irt Icl the Seventh Day Atlvonlitt children of Mr and Mrs J W. SuJ. on their wav to A. J Thompson's in , Mniinit in l.oinvllle. In an loe.of Harrotlshurk. and their ninth Bovle. wluru they spent a dav or so. a ter he will tell alraut the irrent er is a sister of ( ol Sam M Owens, Thev were atiompamcd liv Mr. and of Hiistonville. and Mrs Leila B Mrs Pave Thompson, who went up nit M' tma Hubble ha nerured ( ook. of this in for and spi nt a few days with them. m Ijuiriraler and will lnoe r, i. r the enaumir year Mr and r Andemon will have rharfr f In r farm. ( K Ta'te, Mr. John S-Mr ii'-!Mii Willie Hocker. Mis Frai rea Tate and Mr. Wlllbwn Tate wtre in Danville Saturday, the iruent Have just received a Bit Line, of Sympho..f Mix J S Well , Itnulley Bourne, of Lane later wn h re Monday to ee hi auter. Mr ny Lawn and Lord Baltimore Slationcv. Let S K Warner. Mr Bourn- - has been transferred frMi tht us supply your wants. naw to the aviation department. Editor Henry Thomas, of the Lib v Khel-IimIIi ll 1 27 14 21 Plant It tnchr lonr Inches vrtda Inchtshltll M lALltV IB ?AtI LICHT L ...... I n u. STATIONERY electricity you can use for light and power. It is especially designed for farm use not an adaptation of electric generator and farm engine. Completely equipped with big, easy running ballbearings. That is vhy it is so successfal. A free demors.tration of Lalky Light on your farm any time. Ask for the book of owners' testimonials. HUSTONVILLE MOTOR COMPANY THE FORD GARAGE Agency Lincoln and Casey Countirt Seven Years Behind It no It has been for more than 1j in actual farmatuselowexperiment. seven years. cost, all the It furnishes, ALLEY-LIGHT is s "(Jem-It,- 1 ly mi The Mr iho world's bet corn remedy IVnny Druz Store. chuehtor. Hr Hiiikcll Mm 15 PERSONAL AND SOCIAL V J. IMmmton. of CrHlt Or ilinrd, was u (,illcr tin ttinrninir Mm KNmi Smith, of Ijitirm.ttV. in the client of Mrs J C 1'ox ntul went to Ijtn-rsit- r thia inoriiinr to twit her moth-tr- , i Brown M II I). CocLj-hi- Meadities HirninK- - S L :ind Ouen. of ilmpping r down Oweim, of this trmlwl th MrKinney. Mr H. II. lUuuhman went up to pend lliilimotiil thin morning to mrau time with Editor ami Mia. ShelUm M. Suil(y Ur. mid Mr. Thorn J Clierry, of Cruli Orcliard. iinnaed through to Elixir SfirinK thia inorninir. Mr Chiry will retimm for now tim. Mr. I'lortc ltutlcr ami MIm 'Aoe ItHUer, of McKinncy, wero xueaU of Mr. nml Mr. .1 L I)vton. Thev nt- - Utile AlfllOl D)toll, Ullthter of l'olicemaji John Dayton, of Someraot, I vuituiK friend mid i dative at week. Gntsrrh Csmnut Cured Mr. H. I. of tht Ute wlih .UO.vp. . liny firm of I)y A Stamper, of Vvn-Ihiik- . tut notL.tn.'l. API'LIi it t lit dtMaso reui.li the ur.utly In W'm of llm week a 'i irrh la a I" ui iHh mid He any lht eatnte buinM U Hi. oijtr bto rou-- t iui. ni.il luniUtlona an I cur, li In ,u n um lak,' in IWvly m tho South Hud Mini that hi K isin mi taken Inuii IIMya tu ijlurrli M-t firm if KwUit'K lU iharo of lh me :nio ii Ii iii on tlti n ir miii i , s of lit miii ll'ilin l ,1.1 Ml! "I.duino H w.u--IK air and Mrs M J Mom, ,lr. . t k lllXil by ill Ol ll. i M M MondHy esiMiunr the In illi i.inntry f , I nrv ll is i m it if nniiie of lhit U tit iotii s km mi l yoinikT people at then couny in k n M .1 oi 11.8 I. try home: MUsoi Henrietta RoKer, mm if ct .lunflm rM it"HiU'p i ItNtfellA Cliseiw, Sarah Hohinon, all Imki Jlents In Mi li Tlioi-eaw ihIi'IiiI UoKlw, l'HUline lIc'Mwkm. ii H nliit pr ulii i . kiilt 7.illnh Kodd, mid Moaaiv. nriile . hi tin i in .lurrte il i .iiillilunK titml for fri iliN Minor, Jmk Allen, Allen C'Hitei ! J III M.J ,V 1'rops ToUJo. O Ml liriiiiKlsie IticliNrd Stout anil 1 led () 'i f .pi nillon lev Murah l);inille MefscMu'ir fulr. nt rIIr lt iel ' !), Soinrt lat rel tram en route to He mm ( nllev--i lie wn esrortinK Misse ('arne Pontile well aiot Mary' Snow, of hi muntv who will matriculate at the above institution. Kid. J (i. I.iMiirton IikiI a letter from lna dnaidlter, Mr. .'. C Leete, if Da import, Wash., MtTini; that iho stood her operation for appendicit'S iplendnlly and that she is jtettine; She was under the knife alonir tine for nearly two and a half hiiir Miss Ruth Luntford entertainul quite a number of lior friends the other day on account of her 17th Delightful refreshment'' birthday were served and sweet iikisic was AH presmade on the Ktafnolu ent enjoyed themselves er greatly and leKretted when the tune for leaving arrived The Hrst meetinif for the yonr of the Woman's Club will be hold Saturday, Sept. 1 I, at II o'clock in the club room At this time the new otlkers will be installed and the ro- txirU of lust vear work read. Mrs. V. II Shanks, the iiiioiiiiiik presi-dun- t, will outline the wuik for the comm jear It is hoped tlmt evciy mi'inlwr will make a special etftirt to be present and come prepared to la their duos for the ear. one dol lar After the business sees ion an informal reception will be ijiven for the new officer anil new member. v. ertv New, was on thu mornmir'-- i The Lincoln Pharmacy rite IR&xaM, Store '. 4 M m S3 laaWl -j m m A i &$ WirrJ, Thrilling Adventure irH gm - rmatxm:tBtaSmmHMtnKBaisuBS' R Story, Cmbraciai; )e All the ricinatinif Elrmrntt of Screen Romance. The New York Tribune Said: "Tarxan of the Ape stuit lie Seen to be Appreciated." STANFORD OPLRA HOUSC THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 25 AND 35 CENTS. i. A "$ vT.-- Cusi-ntx- rti! - li- i oii 'Z,TZ;s& 1 t K7UIWCSaiapUBLa I WE PAY THE FREIGHT Our Price for Butter Fat At Your Shipping Point 1 i Yea-smi- -, u , jua Ajl in ! i ys i ' iwel'ch'sl - c.i j! tr When patrons prepay the freight, the amount will be ADDED to the cream check. TRI-STAT- We Pay Freight When about to buy an article such as a Range, that plays an important part in the daily routine of the home, it pays to examine it carefully and be sure you are getting the best range value. See how the MAJESTIC is built, why it lasts so long and why it is the best value. Your attention is also called to the MOORE AIR TIGHT HEATER, the best heating stove made. It furnishes the heat and saves the coal. Come in and let us talk "Stove" with you. ' jff7 i iuaav-- j it IA7- -, ..n i 'v.'-- E BUTTER COMPANY CAPITAL $250,000.00 License No. G. 18132 i KWr p-'- v X i Incorporated CASH United States Food Administration x. ow .:i Tll'l'i ''I ff' AO -- 'teJgtrf Mr CINCINNATI, OHIO Some patron may not realize how much they lose inarkatiaf their cream through station agents and commission liuyersin aoaapari-to- n e to selling their cream DIRECT to the so w have made our prices NET your shipping point to you can easily tee how muck you lose on every can by telling to one of theta agtatt or buyart Tour cream and cantjnsured against lost. Commence taiapiag at once orjvfite if you need trial cant. Trl-Stat- "TTn1'' The Penny Drug Store The Kiddies Favoriie Fbuniain PENCE & HILL, Stanford, Ky. IL5 S '" V"' .r Page Six ?S'M n lhe lntenof Journ.u, Stanford, Nentugky, Tuesday, September The answer came back at once: "To Geifcral Food Resources, Wash ington, I), C. Will be glad to help out In 'sweets' business. Entire resources of Maple Syrup nnd Sugar Association at your command. Maple Bros " It seemed a good Idea to let the Maple Brothers nnd Mr. Corn Join forces to n certain extent in the cake frosting and pudding sweetening branches, ns they had nlrendy been acquaintances in the pancake club nnd knew something nbout the same line of work. With Mr Corn and the Maple Broth ers enlisted in the wnr work, the general felt that a good beginning had been made, hut he knew that ho must widen his corps of workers, so (by postplano) he communicated with the Busy Bee Company. They cnhui nstirally agroed to give the services of MUrt Honey, their most efficient employe. 10, No. 9b. 217 Federal Reserre Diet. No. 4 l i" A Careful Housewives Will Investigate This Opportunity H ' I ' a? ' '"""bl . Chamberlain's Cough Rmrdr This is not only one of tho best and most efficient medicines for coughs, colds, croup nnd whooping cough, but Is also pleasant to take, which is important when n medicine, must be ffivon to young children. Chamber lain's Cough Remedy hns been in tise for many years and has met with much favor wherever its good nnall-tie- s Many have become known. mothers have given It their minunli-(In- il endorsement Wm Serubv. Chil- licothe, Mo., writes, "I have raised three children, hnve nlwnys used rhnmberlain's Cough Remedy nnd found it to be the best for coughs, colds and croup. It is plensant to take. Both adults and children like it. My wife and I have always felt safe from croup with It in the house." s Chamberlain's Cough Remedy no opium or other narcotic. con-tain- thk conditon of THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVIUX nr.ro kt of At Huitonvllle, in State of Kentucky at the close of business, on Aecuit .11, 1018. RKSOURCKS Loans and discounts (except those shown in b and c) .. . $161,.17,i7 f33.lt Overdrafts, secured, $918,011; unsecured, U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) 140,000.00 if S. bonds and certificates of Indebtedness owned nnd un. i!6,000.00 pledged TMIO.O Premium on IT. S. Bonds per cent, unLiberty Loan Bonds, .m, 4, and 2.1,600.00 pledged Liberty Loan Honda, 3 Mi, 4, and 4 U per cent, pledged te 23,S0.0 secure State or other deposits or bills pavable Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) . . 7,800.00 owned unpledged 7,800. 01 Totnl bonds, securities, etc., other than U. S (M) per cent, of subscription) 2,150.0 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank 4; the price of the RANGE. A RANGE ETERNAL and a set of Aluminum Ware for kitchen utensils at the regular price of the range. Th'rty-tw- o Points of Eternal Excellence make the Range Good. Its flues are lined with Eterna-meU- l Eternal v lirh never rusts or wears out and its patented polished top will not rust or pit like the old style polished tops on other ranges do. s and The Range Eternal every other range on the market. It is the most beautiful range you can buy. The brightly polished nickel, the blue steel of the body and the dull color of the top make this range a constant source of pride. Its spirit of shining cheerfulness penetrates to every nook and corner of your home. The Range Eternal costs no more than other ranges but is twice as satisfactory. And don't forget that for the next few days we will give away a Ten Dollar set of aluminum ware with every Range Eternal sold. range even if you are not Call at our store and inspect-thiready to buy. It will be worth your while. Uve.-'lastinglout-looks, We are making an unusual offer for a few days beginning Monday, Sept. 9, in giving free a Ten Dollar Set of Aluminum Ware with every Range Eternal sold. Here is a chance to get a life time of satisfactory kitchen service and a set of fine out-coo- out-last- s GEO. H. FARMS, Stanford, Ky. YOUR PATRIOTISM APPEALED TO The government wants locust timber to build ships with und for other purposes with which to help end th'13 terrible war. If you are n patriotic citir.en and have locust trees on your place and do not let the have it at a fair price, you re a peculiar person. I am agent for Bear Bros. Lumber Co., of Madison, Ind., who buy locust for government purposes. I want you to let me or Hear Hros. know how much locust you have on your farm or boundary and how much you can spare. We buy all si7es of locust, and puy Rood large preferred, prices. Want tlm delivered at vour Let me hear from railroad station jou right away. Either write me or Bros, at Madison, Ind. to Bear R. CURTIS, Waynesburg, Kv. 09-4- nt p I'unts. The Prince Hopkins, nullionaira educator of Santa Iiaiabra, California, the Rev. George if. Greenfield, the Rev. Floyd Harden and Carl K. Bronfler. who were indicted by a Federal grand jury some months ago on chances of violating the espionage act, pleaded guilt. Hopkins was fined $2r),000 n th first count of the indictment and $1,000 on earn of the two remaining ounts; Greenfield and Harden were each fined TC.000 on the first count and 1 on the two remaining counts; and Bronees was fined $100 on the first count and $1 each on the other c American Company was taken over by Government ttfrcnU on the grounds that it is Gorman-owneIn October, 1917, the Shipping Hoard commandeered iU fleet of eleven stonmors nnd for d some timo the company has been of being connected with German capital. Trans-Atlanti- THE FRENDS OF CAPTAIN SUGAR (By Emily Rote Burt.) Captain Sugar of the American Food Army was suddenly called to sen ice overseas. Most of his family were prisoners of the enemy in Germany and Austria nnd couldn't get out to help in the world wnr, and he was more than eager to go for he knew how badly he was needed abroad by the Allies and the people iu the war countries. But all the same he did worry a bit nbout the way things would go in America in his absence. You see, in civil life before the war, he'd been in the "sweets" business. His chief line was candy, with cake and pudding branches. "Whatever," said he to his commanding officer, "will the folks do without mr ? They depend on me so. I'm a family pet." "You are," was the roply, "but your duty fc. plain. You must go to the aid of the Allies. Meanwhile we must try to find substitutes to carry on your business. We'll look out for suih as aren't so well fitted for overseas service and they can do their bit at home. So Captain Sugar, you're not to worry." Sugar, ' but I have a personul and I fear folks won't want to give their confidence to Htnrngers." "Leave it to mo," replied his cluer, reassuringly- "Well since vou're so sure, just ns a favor, save a little comor for me when I come home again, jokeil Captain Sugar. "So he sailed neross tho sea and his commanding officer, who had his wits working busily, set about rounding up helpers to carry on Captain Sugar's work. One of tho first chaps he thought of for the job was Mr. Corn. "Seems us if the ones that aro doing the most already aro always the first ones asked to do something said Mr. Corn with a cheerful grin reaching from ear to enr. "I've been doing u lot of Colonel Wheat's work since he's been in tho service. v However, you may count on mo. it's up to me to bo patriotic, my very for I'm nn American to roots. "And what's the spcciul stunt I'm to do?" "Your job," said his chief, "will be to form the Corn Syrup Association and take charge of n portion of tho Caku Frosting business with the pudding sweetening branch." "Gpod," said Mr. Corn, "I'll enjoy that. Maybo I can even put one over on Captain Sugar," and ho winked knowingly. "Thoro's a tirm up in vormoni ought to help mo out right now," said the Gcncrnl to himself as he finished his successful interview with Mr. Corn. "I'll just who tho Maplo Brothers. Wouldn't wonder, if they knew enough nbout tho sweetening business already to bo valuable" "To Muplo Brothers, Sugar Hill, Vermont. Can you lend your services in tho 'sweets' business for duration of war? General Food Resources." ho telegruphed. ," Lor-tnlnl- Gen. March told Washington news, "You'll find Miss Honey n grent paper men Wednesday that more help in the 'sweets' business," they than 1.000,000 American soldiers wrote from Clovcrficld, Ohio, She's hnve left for points overseas. All but nn expert." about 10.000 of these are in France, The general Immediately phnned he explained lie reviewed the batto make her nn assistant in the des tle situation on the West front nnd sert department. indicated that hu expected a major "I need n good head for thst de- movement by the First American partment. I believe I can get Mi-- s Field Army soon Molasses to fill the place, as she's n nlplitT Ranol Is D.) you got up at relative of Captain Sugar, she ought to be interested." surely flie best for all kidney or Sure enough, she was proud to relief Snnnl come up from the South nnd take the bladder troubbs job. She was full of splendid ideas In Si hotin from all Imekichu and about gingerbread nnd Indiin pud- bladder troubles. Sjnol Is a guaranding and Brown Bettv and made son.e teed remedy B0c and $100 a bottle good suggeptions which were used in st tho drug store Miss the candy department. Scotch kisses were divine, vo overyhndy said, and she anil Peter J. M. REYNOLDS Popcorn came to some kind of nn unWAYNESRURG derstanding which was loo'ted on UNDERTAKER. kindly by the general ami immense- We carry a large and complete stock ly enjoyed by the children. Of course, everybody cooperated of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. -- : in the candy department, Mr. Corn Phone: Farmers' lino No. - through his svrup association, and the Woodstock line No. - - Maple Brothers through their svrup and sugar association, and Miss Honey iu countless ingenious wajs of Dr. J. G. Carpenter her own. But still more aid was noedoil. so Stanford, Kentucky the irenoral called for volunteers. Office in Lincoln County National Then rame forward Mr. Prune. Mr Bank Building. Date. Mr. Fig. Mr. Nut and all Ins Diseases of the eye, noe, tVoat girts and orn familv. the pretty fruit l'eiwc, icua "Grandmother ear. lienito-unnarold ladv Ginger Ginger." the rest railed her Madame and Skin. Clixlate was director, and Mr N"t es Ejes Scienti'iily tiUJ at d pi i fKllfulIy niesiribed made himself useful everywhere Ho and Mr Prune. Mr Date and lr r CONSULTATION and H'Rf.l Kr often got togetherfor the benefit of the business. Ilmbalme' So well did these candy volunteers Undertaker succeed that the keepers of nil th .1111.I11 hnmt Mirrod thorn to tnV' s, Afiii front seats in show windows, .null little girls and boys goinir bv v i pull at their mothers' sleew s nn.' ' or "Please huv us ome stuffed peanut halls." And even,' ' ' ' ''" ' per with a sweet tooth wml I r u into a candy shop and bu nut ird fig caramels, stuffed prunes or hnr olnte almonds. M "Getting along fine without you J. C. McCLARY calded General Food Roourcs to ' Ham Captain Sugar, "so stick over there Of Pt I ft? Ftft till the last gun is fired." what Captain Sugar Ami that's 25 lights, $175 00;,35 lights $250.00 CO lights, $300.00 SHEAVES AND SHELLS GRAY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS Alone; the Vesle river the shells Lightt 60 GO are falling by the thousands into the strongholds of the enemy. Thev are We guarantee them, so you are profrom exacting a terrible toll of life tected against nny suspicion of their the German ranks. Thev are form- weakness. Strongnt nnd nbtolutel; which the lanks ing barrages behind beit, and within reach of nil farmers nre pushing forward, always for Thev are demolishing trenches ward W. K. WARNER Ocanil batbed wire entanglements. casionally thev are demolishing rr Phone 188 Stanford, Ky enemv ammunition dump. Thev a'1 beating the hun backward toward the .. 2,000.00 Value of banking house llqulty in banking house Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank Cash Iu vault and net amounts due from national banks . .. Totnl of items 14, 15 Hi, 17 nnd IS 50.852.47 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer nnd due from U. S. Treasurer 2.000 Of fi(i,AI2.47 tri.K2l.At 2,600.0 Total LIAIIII.ITIKS Capital stork paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits Less currcm expenses, interest, and tuxes paid .. $348,014.81 50,000.0 4,000.0 10,116.78 R10.M les s' Amount reserved for taxes accrued . .. Circulating notes outstanding Individual deposits subject to check Total of demand dcposiU (other than bonk deposits) subject to reserve, Items 31, Jlfi, 30, 7, S8. .19, 40. and 41 $:13,S94.SS .. 9.0O.A4 1 2U.J4.8 50,000.00 ,010. .11 (.1(8,014.8.1 Total Htstc of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: I, J. H. Hocker, cashier of tho alKive-name- d bank do solemnly , tvrt.tr that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge rr.d belief. J. 11 HOCKUR. Ca.hler. Corract Subscribed and sworn to before Utest: J W rOWEI.t . me tin 7th da of Augtut. 101H J. W HOSKI.NS. JUiKS II YOWFLL. Mv mn Nolan Public ision expires 1'ib It. (i I OW V .. ' Directors y, Gates Half Soles i ' .. t li SOU: and be ...numed th it ou can mnke your tue a nw having us half side it with the famous CATFS HALF It wil run you 3.500 miles without a puncture 1 1 I These are a few of the price at S0x3 Uie prettiMt: , sox3 4 .: ....,, . $10.50 -- ... 3 1 x3 H 32x3 tf 3 x3 Vi 1 12.70 13.45 14 75 1G.-1- 19.75 20.10 33x4 3'lx4 . . 20.95 21.30 . .. Bring us your old tire and let us make it new. The Inernational Rubber Sales Co. DANVILLE, KY. J. G. II. MASTERS, B. WILLIAMS. Proprietor. mamm LocM Agent. "I shan't worry'. snm captain through this broad land the sheaves ere likewise falling into the va"r. j.jL .S ing mouths of the threshing mnchir .Z JS.1? are fu'lii Streams of golden grain 9 If Jf9l -- i the irranaries and elevators. The ygMapafHfi yield has been exceptional. Few n r the fields that have not set a rt l&;-,-2fiJ production mark. And the rnce i than it hns been in ir.'i i bitter decade. Embalmei Undertaker Like the shell the sheaves will heln in beating back the hun. l btaniOrcJ., 1VV For not only will they furnish s - Phone trnanee to the alheit armies in m fold. Thev will also contribute materially in furnishing the militant 5SZiZZ surnbes of warfare. Hand in hard . the sheaves and shells will serve. The farmer has done well his part iVreSCenl He will renp hanii in production. somely in profits upon his season's Heights iV M5SOTaSS work. And having done so he will be iu better shape than ever to help his country further through the Mock YKr1&&S' of Liberty Bonds. country, more than eer And his Farm : i row, expects bun to do this. J Rhine. And over thousands of fertile pcrc J, L. Beazley & Co., gwTwawwwww mh P TEED SOME I G IS A BALANCED EAL FEED IT DRY IT IS MADE OF MILL FEED, LINSEED MEAL RATION. - OF OUR RAPIER'S PIG MEAL. 4, IN SELF TEEDERS, OR USE IT AS A SLOP. SUGAR CANE, ALFALFA MEAL, AND CORN MEAL. f, LOTS OF OUR TEEDERS ARE BUYING WACON-LOA- THIS IMG MEAL IN LOTS. YOU GET GOOD RESULTS. ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR. WHILE PASTURES ARE DRY FEED YOUR COW CREMO DAIRY pr-ibns- o ! S" TEED. SAME FEED WE SOLD HERE ALL LAST" SCHOOL-TEACHE- R rtf- - Aberdeen-Angu- s BRAINS itnvnr lmvn liml alirh t 'GodgCnd' I tlulk the first! Southdown Sheep, DurocJertey Hogt .wimn In mi, na uhnn dose of Mavr's Wonderful Remedy, j The best bloodlines is represented in High-cl.ia- s I was afraid I would have to give up, each of these famous breeds. individuals for sale at nil times. of severe stomach. my school because R. F. D. No. D liver and bowel trouble which caused i E. V. CARSON Stanford. Kentucky such a pressure oi gas nun i coum not use my brain at times, anil my heart would palpitate nwfully. Since i T NEEDED Cattle .WINTER. J. H. Baughman & Co. U tt Although extending to the Presl-li- t additional powers in restricting the sale of liquor, the Senato again failed to reach a final vote on the Emorgency Agricultural Appropriation Bill, with its rider providing for national prihibition from July 1. mustered 191V, until thQ army is out. Democratic A. Mitchell I'nlinor, National Committeeman, repudiated Jud(;e Kugoue C. Uonninwcll, candidal for governor of Pennsylvania. Palmer ilso asked the Stuto Committee to repudntc the candidate. He charged that Ilonniwell had been on the payioll of the Republicans. Lieut M M Guthrie, who was in ciiisirarni of the battery that fired the first .hot for Uncle Sum at the Hunt, has returned to the United Seutos from Franco und has been assigned aa u instructor in artillery at Camp Zaehary Taylor. Judge Bullock, of the Fayette county court, gave Will Honry White, colored, a fine of $100 and 00 days iu jail on the charge of vagrancy. 4Jt&!! taking a treatment of Mayr's Won-ilerfRemedy a year ago, all this has disappeared." It is a simple. that removes hnrmlesa preparation the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal trnct and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intostinal ailments, includo ing appendicitis. One dose will or money refunded. The Lincoln Phaimacy; The Penny Drug store. con-vinc- Want200 Farms To Sell BOTH BLUE GRASS AND KNOB FARMS Ladies' High Shoes New Fall Styles in Grey, ! V At The Emergency Agricultural Appropriation bill, carrying an providing for national prohibl- tion during the war anil effective next July, was passed by tho benato without ii roll call. The measure will now go to tho House, As a food conservation measure, Herbert C. Hoover announced that the manufacture of beer will bo prohibited after December 1, When you have backache tho liver or kidneys are suro to be out of goar Try SnnoL it does wonders for the Ilvor, kidneys and bladder. A trial GOc bottle will convince you. Got It at tho drug store. Brown and Black Let me know by letter or card and I will come and lid and tell your farm for you. I hve a lot of Proi. pectiva Buyers now and it it no trouble for me to sell your farm fot you. Will list farms anywhere within 50 mllet of Wayneiburg. E. PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY J. B. PERKINS VACCINATE I am Ad-thra- Monroe Thompson Roomi 28-2- WAYNESBURG, KY. Phone 214 prepared to vacclnato for x, Black Leg, and all other DENTIST took diseases. Lincoln Bank Building JOHN COOK, VeteriaarUn, STANFORD, KY. Phone 204 Stanford. Kr. V - "i - rf h!kirtLtJ&&' J .aw'; &&:' "Si Iktmr r 55fHSSW!"1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, September MORELAND Mr V A. Trice, of Corbln, was In own Snturtlny. Mr. T. C. flack, of nenr Danville, wn in town Snturtlny. tenchinjj Miss Minelle, I'rultt beg-aat the Ncnl's Creek school Inst MonMr (' K McOlurc, of Somerset, viititiK " s", Mr. I. E. McClure, J'O, 1 91 d. ftfft Serci aaaaa a r Those Famous Boots of Charlie's Are to Be Put to the Kaiser ser, Charllo Chaplin has tlnnntfrt HELr T)"putting tho the great work hoots" to tho In DONT LET THEM DIE! day, UMLKiiT-:kiMiUM.7KiwiMK"iv.jiic'L:rru''i- rai rnnini i i pTKuWlHHWr'Wl rf rrV ii r Lr t r -- nriii ii IWiy tU . HIWVM iMm.vmuKr- - ' l 1 M& ''11 ''cn I - m of i nnd ftimllv. Misa L'iizabcth week-en- Kai- Webb spent CT VaHi .22 Caliber Rifles and Cartridges for Shooting Right v IRSTcrt lYitrijXt nfl and mmunilion tlian akoof ..,!, " My llit old iputlimin. lit ln.o .rauulim?. will not tol.rafa 'rolling ' truunJ at tin can, tlujaia. tarfrt iritmtiDtf cempc lilmnf Jul arc not rrulir, and lul iJtim nnfa true, R'mirtftoa L'MC 21 Riflrt art maj in nine Jifftrtnt moJtla. from itifUartot t tutoloailinj V.rtry on uflhcm to noat ry with Kmiuiun UMC 22 CirlnJfM mine it rnl art tl, rnuJrli jivorttM (or .Looting i win tt. Mrliman.Sharp,nHrtr ami l.tptrt U S, G.irarmnrnt "drmritiona awarJtd to civilian and junior niarUmrnly tK National Riflt Aaaoiution.l WaiLinUon. Ct a H.i.i.,1.. CMC It ilia a.J CarlnJ aaj la nra rru art r.,11. f'i-, r ntul Mrs, Riley Kinp. Wis Mary ArnoM it the cuest of her ernndpnrent, Mr nnil Mrs. W. S. Wlithini, this week. Mrs. Lucy Vnndcvicr anil tlniurhtor, Hortie, of Ilnrrnd.burR, nro vislting her sister, Mrs. II. I. Shcwnwker.Men-tiny School lit'Kiin nt Ilustonville They nrt In tho new lATltlinjc nml expert to hnvo the host school with her the Mr. rrrlr. Somersat, spent last week with friends here Snturtlny for Porryville, Shf left where she will tench school this year. Mr. ntul Mm. J. 0. MrAlistor nml tititclitiT. of Lexington, were Ihe ruc.us of Mr. nml Mrs. II. II. Kin;; - ever tnuitht in Ilustonville. Mies Mabel McCIure. of lt ;9 i.w....j.,,..,ii. :.!,,. I. ! PJ Li.l aJ .il.IICMni! it, .ml.... Hart pM.i.n.a V THE REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COMPANY. J. WOOI.WOK1II llUILDINC NLW YORK CITY week. Three ynuni; men were hnptizoil nt the Chrtstinn church Stitulnv nftcr-t.ooThey were Viril Uurhnm, Itt hert ntul Mnrvin Ilerry. Mm. ('. M. Ilnck. of Ilustonville. ttmk the trnin here Snturtlny morniPR for llostoit, Mnss., where she will visit her tlnuKhter, Mrs. Myrtle Pernio-Krn- f n. his funny nld boots. And with (Via boots, of course, ro Chnrllo Rnd his cane nml hit kicks nnr! his wrlRRles. Us Is nmnng the stars ofMho mntlrm plcturo Intliutry who haro donated their services for the ninklni; of n series of motion picture films which will ho usVd throimhout the Fourth Liberty Lin tlrlvn In eTcrj theater In the United States. No star In the country who has ever been a topllner will he left out All have expressed a willing, noss to piny n part In the pame of helping sell bonds Scenarios for the Liberty Loan pictures woro written by the hes) known editors of 'tho country nnd hr tho brst talent In tho motion picture studios. Every plnuro will not only contain the pica for purrhaso of Liberty Bonds hat will be on Interesting htory In Itsrlf VaaC'tiilaHaRltl "r Gray's Poultry Remedv An excellent remedy for Limberneck, Roup, Gapei, Cholera Chicken Pox, Diarrhoea, and other exitting form of Poultry Diicaiei. The New Stanford Drug Company Your Binder and Mower Note will be J mm if aaBBBBBBwaVsHpjKy4jiif i -- us Miss Eliznheth Cox, of UowlinR (treeii, returnetl to her home Mon-tinnfter n very pleiunnt visit to her irrnmlpurent, Mr. ntitl Mrs. U. II. Kitur ist y, jH Due Sept. 1, 1918. Come in and get it, Please. JUST RECEIVED ! A Car-Loa- d of Fordson Tractors Two of These Tractors Will Be Allotted to Lincoln Sunday a reuninn was held at the home of Mr W. S. Wichnm. This wns the first time that the family hntl met for twenty years. Those present were Mr. nnd Mrs. .John Kirl: nnd son, of Nohlesville, Intl., Mr. nn Mrs. William Kirk nml fnmily, of llustomllle; Mrs. Kilwnnl Wells, of WnuKejmn. III.: MiM Hnttic Rico Kirk, of Danville: Mr W. S. Arm strong nntl tluuchter, of Parksvillc; Mr K S. Armstronr. of Pnrksville, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. IE. M. Arnold anil fnmily. of Danville. 1 , I - jnr-- mtfcw laaaal W. H. HIGGINS, ,.....,..f..a-t...,...,- t -H..IH Stanford, Ky. ...! ...... ... ...,f.. Attention Auto Owners Stop That Leaky Radiator ! County DON'T LET SOME ONE ELSE GET IN HIS ORDER I IB ST The Danville Buick Co. DANVIM L U I. KLNTL'CKY CONN. Prop Walnut Street. Plion 798 e A Few Choice Farms and Desirable Town Properties For Sale SEE US & Owens Dinwiddie Hustonville Moreland and CAR-LOAD OF Old Hickory Wagons JUST RECEIVED PAINT LICK'S PIG SHOW The Hoyle Pic Show which was nt Paint Lick Snturtlny,. drew quite n crowd. There were elcht en tries nml each tlemervei special men lion, nnd the youni; farmers nre to he ronimtnlnted for their persever mice and industry in liriticmu the swine to urh n hish stnndnrd of per fection .las. and Gordon Mason, sons of Mrs Gilbort Mason, led the l)oy by takmu three blues nnd n yellow with their pnir of Kentucky Ketl CHARLES CHAPLIN. Ilerkshires. The puis were just five months old anil one weighed 100 DiinnR the three weeks of the pounds and the other 102 pounds. drive September 2S to Ortohpr The total cost of feetl for the pijrs 19 a flllTerpnt plctur will bo ince they benn feedinir, them whs Shown In rnrh ttinilr Iioiifc In tho tll.Ofl, whlth includes kitchen slop cotinm e.uh Three thouat fir cents iht Knllou. The premisand copies of t lie plenties will ums awnrded were as follows: Kenbe In cnnst.mt circulation. tucky lied Ilerkshire iremium foi most j:ain at least cost, first premium $U'0 to Jnmes and Gordon Mason; mm nnd Ralston. $12; third. Karl WEALTH PUT IN BONDS MrWhorter, $S; fourth, James and Treadwav A rdun Maon, l.oirsdon premium for best brood sow. HASN'T BEEN MISSED .Linn s and (iordmi Mason, S'J.50. R II I.rdford premium for highest net rein. Janic and Gortlon Mason. J J Mi Ileney A Woods premium America Has Not Begun Yet fiT Inst record book. James and (mrdop Mason, $2.."i0. to Really Sacrifice to Lend to Boys. PRESIDENT PAYS BIG SUM Wilson's income tnx on President BY DELLA THOMPSON LUTES his $75,000 salary will be $111,595 Author of "M Boj In Kliakl" and Edunder the new revenue bill. itor of American Motherhood All other Kederul officials as well as those holditiir State and municipal There Is moro than ono way to who have been exempt under flsht. There aro pen. land, air battles. previous laws, will be called upon to There aro al.o battles In the pantry, p.iv under the new bill. The President is entitled to nu ex- nt tbo kitchen stove, and on the front plana. Yes, thero are efen battles k emption of $2,000 on account of married. Ills income ta will be In thy pocket book Unless every person left In America computed as follows: pets Into tho tlRltt somewhere nlonc Normal tnx, l! per cent on $210; PJ per cent on SC.0.000, ?S,280. tho Una. the soldiers at the front will Total normal tax. $8,520. have to tight Just so much harder. Just per cent on S2,.0 ), so much longer, lose so much moro Super tax. $10: It per cent on $2,500. 97o; 7 per blood give up so many moro lives. I cent on $5,000, $350; 10 per cent on Of courso tho war mlRht bo won If ' $5,000, $500; 15 per cent on $10,000. you Just you did nothing to help $1,500; 20 per cent on $10,000. But when you read these words, a 25 per cent ontl $10,000, 32 per cent on $10,000, $H 200; pood miny thousand others nro read So, If you Inld down on ".S per cent on $10,000. $3,800; 12 ins them. per cent on $5,000, $2,100. Total the Job to lot tho boys flsht for you super tnx. $10,075. Total of both nnd every other you of thousands did the Bamo thing, who would feed the (taxes, $21,505. held We make your old ones good as new. We sell the Copper King Spark Plug, guaranteedthe life of your car. We have the agency for the Swinehart Tire, guaranteed lor 5,000 miles. We carry in stock all kinds ot of Auto Accessories, Standard Gasoline, 28 cents the gallon. We sell all grades "Mobile" Oil. Call and see us. Radiator Repair Shop, 3rd St., Danville, Ky. J- f.s'ii.i...it.i.. nht For the Land's Sake U.se $-- be-iii- Bowker s Fertili Only a few Tons Left "2 $2.-00- $2.-"."- 0; I John B. Rif fe, Hustonville - i ' i j E. T. Pence, LISTEN TO THIS Jr09 Stanford To the Public: lark-nI - i CHEWING GUM FOR YANKS More than 2.000,000 packages of ehewinit cum have been ordered by the War Department to help the army keep oir thirst durinif Ionic marches I eni'in drops made from a special formula nnd canned tomatoes alxi have been orderetl in lare quantities for the Mime puipo.es. says a state-- I ment from the War Department. open warfare in More and more 1'raiHi' is increasing the demand not only for thirst quenchers, but also f.r" hard bread for marching rations. WAR'S Government expenses in August Wouldn't you like to live in IH l rrprrtuni lh l anil twit nude of more than I ori,r rlttlbintr Isoutr' in the midst of good churches, rd I. Vri't ahj Co. Chimgt thitItt. eountrr r weren at the rate minute, reuchini; the enormous Mjin m.ati.nuf ami dirrrtinr tb nuk total of $1,805,513,000 and exceedgood schools, good people and p.rirn init of jur clollm, jivra nr lh ailrantigt the weaker creature to death, nvvr one wno fa not a praitiral tailor. If )ou ing by more than $200,000,000 shndc? If so seo highest previuo monthly record of etcry rulo of the catno. will kith m jrunr orJir. 1 will (iromiae jou $40,-IK- TERRIBLE COST who nro flKlitliiRT Who wou'd clotlio them, nuco thorn, entvrtaln them, munition them? In America thero Is plenty of money t. oen thotish billions of doll.irs have been raised since we entered the war. Tho money already ralcnl could bo spared an wall iib not. We hae not yet learned to ro without In order that we may loan our money to tho bojs. Undo Sam handles It, but It rocs to the boys. Into the equipment tor them, clothes and blankets to maku thum comfortble, and Runs and ammunition to save their lues and ours It Is not our fault that there is war. We weut In becauso a decent man cannot ktand b) and see n bull) btat a vIoluilUK bos ... . a 't TREASURY DEPARTMENT ' Office of the Comptroller of The Currency j Washington, D. C, July 29, 1918. Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD In the City of Stanford, in the County of Lincoln, and State of Kentucky, has complied with the provisions of B. L. FAGALY AT STANFORD, KENTUCKY He Una n Nice Home For You. tuonrr, aigbrr iuar dral rithr prim. Tihi will tbi lu Ihe cHrapttt My t,t worth o( jour tradri or lb, SPRING AND SUMMER On? of anmplti AUCTIONEERING I can cet you hinhest prices for your laud, stock, crops or household goods. H. C. RUPLEYr-'J- t! prtliun. tall now It now rrad far jour la and Id ma ihow joo expense since the war bettun. Of the total $1,521,001,000 went for the upkeep of the army and navy, ship nnd nirpliiiie construction and other direct war expenses. Danville Business School a A Practical Uutineta Education solutely Necettary To Ai- Ab- Sales Cried Anywho- JOHN B. DINWIDDIE. Mor.Und. ure Succex. The Smith & Wesson Company has t'rtifietl tho War Department that it would rather be taken over by tho Government than nbide by a recent decision of tho War Labor Hoard The decision called for restoration of back pay for employes discharged for union membership nnd npproved collective hnrcntnini; between , employer and employes. A. B. C. Dinwiddie Undertaker and Funeral Director Junction Gty, Kentucky by mndo Announcement was Charles M. Schwab, director general of tho Emergency Fleet Corporation, that a new tonnage record had been For Catalogue and Information estnblishd4in August with the comBhips by American pletion oBxty-sI- x shlpyardsT Tho board hns now comD. B. HARRIS, Principal, pleted more, than 2,000,000 tons of Danville, Ky. shipping. Ad-dre- The Danville Business School G'ves This And now that u aro In It wo must tight to tho luat ditch to rid tho world of tho horrid monster which brought this cataclysm of blood and death upon us. Wo must tight to tho last ditch, and to tbo last man and woman, Tho men who plow and sow and ralso moro produco aro tlghtlnc. lUie men who woik lu factories and shops and ship yards aro tightliiR. The men and women who work In government otUces aro flghtlng. Tho women who stay at homo are fighting If thoy play a square gamo. Every person who buys a Liberty 801110 are fighting Bond Is nghtlng. harder than others becauso some sacrifice more than others tn orator to buy their bonds, but all aro flsMlng. Tbo boys aft giving up frythlng. They need our hed. Ttisj fill It we fall them. the Act of Congress "to enable National Banking Association to extend their corporate existence, and for other purposes," approved July 12, 1882. Now therefore, I, Thomas P. Kane, acting Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby certify that THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK In the city of Stanford, in the county of Lincoln, and State of Kentucky, is authorized to have succession for the period specified in the amended articles of association; namely, until close of business on July 29, 1938. In testimony whereof, witness my hand and seal of office, this 29th day of July, 1918. T. P. KANE, sll Charter No. 5132. Acting Comptroller of the Currency. Extension No. 3426. I ' "V i v ,i j. " 5R"t'yvTH LAST DITCH iA' Ware - c .'' a If The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tueadayy.'September WAYNESBORO LAND, STOCK AND CROP - 10, 1918;" V- n , J r. &. ki LV End. sold to J II Vowell 10 hops to you thlnV I'd hotter Rive up children spent Sunday with Mr, Mncc wcluh lfiO pounds on Oct. 1st, nt 18c. 4 Ilnvnntila. ntlnr linen inn of mv stnmnrh?" -- . , Ho lioujjht of vnrioui y , parties 70 ....n Mr II J McKoberts, or Minnior,i,i,ollt. . ij 0 iGe, J. J. PnWili'r renorts that the Rock vns Here for n snori umc .Monnny. j I,. MeK. RilTo sold to V. J Posey, castle UniJtW.nisociation, which wns afternoon. . t i.imi. r in . ii iinir ni inn- riiinai i held Inst weok near Ottawn, Rock-- ; The H. V. PU. will give n social mlIcs for $,20 Si , Stephenson interesting rt V. P Singleton' Friday niRht, n1( ,,, mrty n cow cnstlf count)', was n vory .j cnf for churches out Sept. 13th. meeting. Twenty-tw$100. He nNo sold him three sows nearly all of. Mr Crawford Hlakcmnn visited his for oro. of 27 repcrtcd and them show nn increa-- both In mem- uncle, K. W.ioaKicy, nciqro koiurio Tho montMv cron renort of Mat c rilon. bership and mission giving. Ho was Camnbellsyillc to enter school. Airricul- nt Chntta- - ture, showsCommissinner of Mrs. Velmn Dumas, clerk and Kev. A. J. Piko that Kentucky cixips moderator. The next noogn. spent lnt week with her par-en- t. have been benefited by recent genwas Mr and Mrs, A. H. Morgan. session will he held with Fnlrview eral ains, but thnt they nre still beMr. W. F. Whceldon. wife and low normal. The corn yield is tsti church, near Heron, In September, brother, M. K. mated at twenty-on- e daughter visited his 1919. bushels nn Whceldon, Saturday and Sunday. ncre, against thirty bushels last year Misses (ilailvs and Ilcllo Sincle- NOTICE Richelieu King, owned by PowNotice Is hereby given that tho ton spent Saturday nlsht nt T. S. hatan Stock Farm, at Pewee Valley, ns n Reynolds' and attended the pie sup won the stallion division of the $10,-00- 0 Turnersvirio Supply Company horse champion stake nt the State corporation hns terminated, nnu tnn: per. the business formerly conducted byl Mr. Lloyd Routln left Sunday for Fair last night. Hlghlnnil Choice, be camp in Greenville, S.C., after owned liv McCrnv Urns., wns snrnnil. said corporation will hereafter by n partnership under ,inp n few dnys with his parents, Mr. tind Admiral King, belonging to W. Peyton Routln. L. Lewis, nt TuUn, Ukln . third. the firm name of Turnersville Supply I nnd Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mnrshnll Reynolds and Ed Scott sold to G. M. Smith, of Company, and that the business of y daughter, Lucy, spent I as little Mid corporation will be settle the East End. two yearling horse I lny nd Sunday with their uncle, D. mules for $225 and to Honta Ilros , I as possible. Witness our hands ns President W . Caldwell, and family. of Harrodsburg, a suckling mule colt T. S. Reynolds, registrar for this for flOO. Mr Scott bought of Will Secretary of said corporation ana T- - M- ,tho ,"r,'cinct' ,',, Popples n pair of black mare mules this 27th day of August, 1018. hall for the place of registering nil for $552. They nre four year-old- s J. N CASH, President. those between the ages of 18 nnd 45, and good ones. both inclusive. Remember the date, W A. Harney tells us he will gcpt 12th 1)on.t forKet t0 rCKislcr. begin in nbout two weeks that to strip the A large crowd attended the pie splendid crop of tobneco he raised We, whose names nre hereto nt- tnclicil will permit neither hunting. supper Saturday, Sept. 7, in the on .lames H Woods' farm. Ho Is exno ' rtrcsnasdng of any kind cl of the new school building. The pecting a price for on our property, and those guilty of sum of $(!8 wns realized which will It. When he gets through with his lnlnrr such will he nrosecuted to the bo used for the benefit of the school. crop he will move to Lexington, full extent of the law: J, C. Fox &,Mis I!es .lohnson received a box of where ho will have a position w th Son: Fox Purtdcrnr: M. D Klmoro. chocolate as n prize for the nret W. L. Polly's rvtlrying plant Mr. tlest girl and Mr II. P Day n pipe Harney is nn excellent tobacco man ugliest mnn. and tobneco for the either ns n grower or handler WE BUY LAND SXALE SEPT. 17th OLD FALSE Chamberlain's Coiif-- Remedy Tuesday, Sept. 17th, three niilo Tim is not only one of the best and We pav from S2.00 to $3.r..00 per north of Middleburg, beginning nt 1! rt (brolen or not) Wo lo nnv n P. M. on the Tinsley premises, we will most elTicient medicines for coughs, tiial value for Dinmonds, old Gold, offer for sale about 70 acres of land, colds, croup nnd whooping couch, but Silver and Hridgework. Send at once lying on each side of Mtddleburg is also pleasant to take, which is imh,en n medicine must Nearly f0 ncres under fence portant be by parcel post and recoivo ensh 4 by pike and in cultivation and will grow good given to young children, (hnmbir-- i return mail. is timbered Inin's Cough Remedy has been in use MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY . crops. The remainder Innd, hning some splendid timber on for many years and has met with Dept. X, Z007 5. 5th St. PHILADELPHIA. PA: 'it; Tins land is well located being much favor wherever its gc id n i ill M mv Only 5 iv lies' from the (J. A C. rail- ties hftvo become knnwn ttnq ! road nnd can be made an ideal place mothers hae given it thi-ivi on known nt tied endorsement. Wm Scruby, ("hil to Watchi s, Clocka, Jewel sjle hour Terms made licothe. Mo.. writer "I have r.it-- . .1 "have alwa- Tinsley Spectacles t John. ...Joint and Mrs. Juritha Eu- - three children, Cough Iti'mi dy uan ! ry and Owners, Hustonville, Chamberlain's '(Route 1. found it to be the best f r MIm Delia HiuriPV , of K Ings Mounto rIvo im drinking JTsf'll oM here KoMnson, of Onrrnnl, .flnMMint of vour Htc;' m)J tho Uln. is visiting SlUs EtU Reynold, Mondny to KoMnson A Ontta, of Dnn iloctor. "And 1 would ndvino youi Ke' E. W, CoWey will begin vlllo, nlco lmnch Of slecrs nt 10Uc to ston smoklne Lccsuao of yonr scries of mcctinirs nt Pulnskl this Thiy nvcrrijjed 840 pounds. your heart" eyes and Week. S. P. Stephenson, of tho West tho pntlent, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. S. Reynolds nnd "DocWr," Kroaned "don't -- --. The R. - L Burt O- n- I o r Farm At Acution SATURDAY, SEP. 21 ! spend-conduct- Sntur-urcedil- 1 PnTFD! I ehtip-flahin- record-breakin- g 1 90 Acres 1 90 Land In Central Kentucky Garrard County. TEETH h -- Of The Best Tobacco, Corn and Hemp "Six Miles Northeast of Lancaster on Buckeye Pike in DESCRIPTION Long level frontage on both sides of pike, with improvement' in center of farm. Mostly level and rolling with small portion partly steep. SANDSTONE land which gives the WEIGHT and COLOR and has made the REPUTATION of Gai rard County tobacco. In high state of cultivation, fencing good, and watered by living springs. 40 ACRES in corn, 8 acres in tobacco, 6 acres stubble sown to grass. 30 acres meadow, balance in Blue mile to good school, grass. One-hal- f f mile to church, telephone and mail service. IMPROVEMENTS -- Splendid dwelling, two porches, one a large concrete porch, basement, bath room, water works, servants' house, garage, 3 hen houses, cistern and well. Two eight-acr- e tobacco barns, two silos, two stock barns equipped with feed and litter carriers, stock scales, tenant house. Beautiful level yard to pike with large shade trees, good orchard. This farm has been taken care of by the present owner for 25 years, he has been a breeder and feeder of high class stock, fed in barns and maintained the land in high state of fertility. 1 r i 1 i 1 Both adults and children bke iljliua L'z.9viikiiti iu tiiu win in iii. .uy nnv mill i imi u nivt n- - i UlUl " hHINZlLL the civil ponulntion was announced safe from croup with it in the ! ui Sunday by Chairman Ilnruch, of th Chamberlain's Cough Rcmcu, c r STANFORD. KY. ar Industries Hoard. Industrie turns no opium or other narcot nccording to the list nre grouped Myers House Flats, into four classes, the most essential Now located PAROLE NOTICE At the next meeting of the Stat1 in Class 1 and the gradations of im-- 1 Two Doors West of First portancc marked by the other classl- - Poard of Control, I will make nnr'f Tho list will also serve ns cation for a paroie for Tom ficntions. National Bank. (colored) MOLIIE FISH 71 nn index for draft exemption. Repaired by KUfc.Kl ....,! M ffJCATiew priorities list of industries take . ! i H-d- i 9 $ m m odoo I 1 . i HeadLive Stock ! will sell at public Sale at my home in the Eastern part of beginning promptly at 1 'o'clock P. M., on one-hal- two-stor- y, ten-roo- m 9 A5 31 9 l Tuesday, October . The following described property: Pair work Mules, 16 Hands, sound, well BrokMules, 8 Yearlings. en; 4 2-Yr.-- Qld Tobacco From This Farm Sold Last Year For 50c Per Pound. Present Crop Will Bring $1,000 Per Acre. in three tracts, 60 acres with dwelling, I stock barn ancl tobacco barn, 90 acres with stock barn and tobacco bfirn and 40 acres with tenant house. If the bidders desire will 1 Three Brood Mares, 4 year-ol- d Mares, 1 pair Draft Mares, sound, good workers, One Driving Horse; One Jennet. three-year-ol- d 5- - The land will be sold 6) .L. Two Milk Cows" to be Fresh first of year; 7 Jersey Heifers, All Nice Ones. 16 y 2-Yr.-- o Heifers, Weight About 800 Lbs., 6 Yearling Heifers. 01d j Ti Mowing Machine, Hay Rake, Two Walking Cultivators. Two Turning Plows, Two Sets Buggy Harness, One Set Double Harness, One Set Brake Harness, One Buggy, One Carriage, One Long Shaft m m Cart. o Sale begins at 1 o'clock. Capt. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. Terms made known on day of sale. combine two or more tracts. WILL SELL IT THE WAY YOU x WANT TO BUY IT. Look at the land before, day of sale. The owner or the parties named below will be glad to show it at any time. TERMS EASY. ' At the same time will sell the following stock: 20 Short horn yearlings, 700 lbs.; 2 pair mare mules and pair horse mules, 4 to 6 years old; 5 pair mated mare mules; 4 Short horn cows with calves; 23 black faced ewes; I" registered Southdown 2 M. P. gas buck; hay baler, manure spreader, ensilage cutter, engine and a lot of good farming implements. For further particulars inquire of D. A. Thomas, Real Estate, Lancaster, Ky., or W. E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky., or 1 two-year-o- ld 1 1 1 1 1 :f ' W. C. Shanks, Stanford, Ky. 9 'oo$deaQOQoo9eeoeeo0o9r n Swinebroad THE REAL ESTATE MAN. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Vl ft"' ,' V ' ':.&m4lfi!S- - :' jtf