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No. 74 The Interior Journal The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, September 13, 1918 '. rh s Tuesdays and Fridayt m .. fe &. Ml m CRAU ORCHARD. DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER SIGNALS OF DISTRESS ADDITIONAL EDITORIAL ADDITIONAL PERSONALS THE LATEST WAR NEWS Mr. It. II. llronnugh ii resting ns Ruby LInnvllle, ngoil Mrs. J. W. Weber Is spending two Following several weeks of almost Stanford People Should Know How nt Lexington fronV eating three, died tonThe report comes from Washingwell ns enn be expected. pennut. thnt Democrntic Lender Kitchin weeks in Cincinnati. . painful Inactivity, the First Amerito Read and Heed Them. Mn. Mnrv E. Hnrvev. ihtpiI nn,l spoke for two days on the new revMiss llettle DcIIordu hna been nick Miss Anna Kntherino Mnthcny hns Disordered kidneys ;ivc mnny sit?. ft prominent tencher, la dead 7J for several days from n cvcrc cold. nals of distress. nt her enue bill. From his past rucord, we gone to .uorganion, in, cj., to study can field army, under the direct command of Gen., Pershing, struck n nume. in i.enanon. imagined that he could tell nil he ornl work. Mr. Snm Reynolds returned from The secretions may be dark, can powerful blow at the German lines .Mrs. Mnrv Ilim.in. mm, I or. ,.... iv, knew in about thirty seconds. a pleasant v I n 1 with her ion In Bed- lain iledimcnt. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Vfonor left this In the Toul sector yesterday mornoldest woman In Madison county. W ford, Ind. morning for Louisville to nttend the ing and ndvnnted to n depth of five Passages nre sometimes frcqticnt, dead In the White Hnll While the new draft law extends State fair. section. miles at some Urn. J Thomns Cherry went to scanty, painiul. points along the The Ileren Roller Mills burned,' the ages from 18 to 4 C, it is said that Mrs. Willie 0. Ilncknrhc is often presentidav' and causing a loss of thousands had ns her e Burnslde Tuesday to visit Mr. nnd of dollars; it Is not likely that more than 10 guest for several MartinMiss Maymc twenty-mil- on the front. The drive Wns days nlpht. trn. Vnnhook. made two sides of the point above .11 nnd three below 21 will be Headaches nnd dizry spells mny oe- - i lie origin or me lire is n mystery. 'n the German line known ns the St. Mr. Daisy Hunt went to Gum Oscar L. Pettyjohn, of LouivilIef cjillcd, Thnt's some consolation for Walter, of Lancaster. Sulphur Tuesday to visit her nunt, cui. nnd Miss Mnymo Howard, of Cnsey, the fellows, who thought the war his Lynn Dillion, who has been ill nt Mihiel sector. On the south the Amerhome on Cednr Creek for some icans nttneked nlong n twelve-mil- e Weakened kidneys should receive eloped to JcfTeraonvllle Mm. Snllic Robert. and were would never get them. time, is thought to be convalescing. front, and took n MUle Jimmlc Cnrpcnter Jim been quick help. towns. 1 The Library will not be open to- On the west they number of over a Don't delay! Use n spctis! kidney T7 . . . i quite nick, hut is getting much bet nttneked Dr. E. M. Orcen, who has been i iiu government is nuoui lo morrow, Saturday afternoon, on ac- frontage of eight miles am! nlsn nnle remedy. under Dr. Jones' rare. ter of the first Prn!ivfi.rJnn .l.i.rV. the several hundred sump- count of the reception by the Worn-nn'- s Donn's Kidney 1'ills are for wenk Mrs. Kittle Poyntcr, of Ml. Verterritory. The French in the mean. f ''""vll'p tar A2 years, celebrated tuous private enrs owned by milClub. time attacked in the direction of St. non, spent several days with Mr?. kidneys, bnckncho and lionaires and others nnd convert inn nuin inrmiiay lucsday. Misses Mary Elizabeth and Lottie .uiniei, neiween Robert Thompson's family. The evidence proves their ington old Pepper distillery at Lex- them to sleeping nnd chair cars. Walker McKinncy left Tuesday for forces, nnd closed the two American Stanford . tVi Dr. nnd Mm. Ij. F, Jones nnd Mr. In out will he useil to mnko nlcohol Mnny millions have been wnstnil In Omaha, Neb., where they will teach skirts of the town. The object of nnd Mrs. Itnwling. of London, were vorth. for the nnd It will linvn ,. moving V. If. Mention, I.incaitcr St., capacity government. barrels per day. these costly it Is magnificentthey will in the school for the deaf this year. this drive is to open a path to nn atIn Lexington nnd Danville this nalaces nnd well thnt of 10 to BO Miss Rachel Hill left Sundnv night tack on Met!!, sometimes colled Slnnford, says: "I suffered from vrtek be put to some good use. "the for Morgnnton, N. C, where she will venrun or uermnny." of kidney trouble and my lack by While trying to get into his room Mesdamcs M. E. Fish, Susie Curtis, crawling over the transom, give her attention to study of oral The death of The torpedoing of the American Bird Curtis nnd S.irnh Hurt isitcd wns sore and lame nnd ache I dreadKdunrd Hendley, Mm. Hoy Garner nt Cedar Creek fully. It was misery for nv o .lo ington, fell nnd broke his of Lex- Clay Styles lllnckburn in Washing-to- n work, preparing herself for teaching transport with the loss of not n l.li. n.l any stoopini; or lifting. My fight vvns man nnd Thursdny, removes one of the irr that branch. the nrnh.thin iln.lmr.. otherwise hurt. Mrs. Fisher Herring, of Lancaster, tion of the enemy submarine most prominent figures After spending the summer with llurred and black snots emn before namy has boon nppolnted by the Council garded in Washington ns nn Is respells camo over mei nn An npproprfntion of $1,500,000 for tion's capital His death of the dizy Wr nnd Airs Robert L. Collier, Mrs followed a allied army nnd navy tuberculosis snn- of Defense of Gnrrard county ns short Collins Wyntt nnd buby left Mon- suililenly anil I woulil stagger hie n imnum nt Daw-soSprings, Kv, Is which illness ofa henrt attack, from official historian for the county the victory rather than a German coup. man. I he action or my kid- proposed tlrunkon day for their home in loridii. for The saving of the 2,800 men on he was chronic sufferer. n bill Introduced by' Repneys the World frequent most of llr Jumes II Gilkcrsmi Is here Units wns too Kidney ,1'ills, from the resentativein Klncheloe, of Kentucky. Senator lllnckburn was born In ndmii.d.li- - Wnr. The selection is nn board and the beaching of the large Donn's the urn?, und thai the work will vessel arc regarded ns wonderful. Woodford county in 18118 nnd repre-ente- d Confederate Soldier' Hnmn fem the The Lebanon Enterprise notes the For the first time in nearly four Kentucky in the U S. Scnntc be well done, none who know Mrs. twier Louisilli nnd is looking lis if Lincoln I'harmncy went right to the death of David Harris, aged 70: Mrs. vears the shadow of gloom hns lifted tin t fed nnd enred for their men pot. relieving the backache, and reg Snllie Ray 7(1. nnd John T Mcln-tyr- severnl terms. Mrs. lllnckburn pre- Herring will for nn instant doubt. W. P Kincnid, of Stanford, one of from nhout Paris, and thnt great city elating the nction of my kidnes" Well ceded him to the grave a year or so 37. Don't Lebanon, The latter formerly lived in ngo. The death of Senator lllnck- the bckt known tobacco men in this looks to the future with more opI'rice fiOc, at all dealers XIr Stnrk Fish nnil wife, who nro but was killed in nn nuto burn is n part of Kentucky, has jusfc sold his timism thnn it hns felt since the war get simply ask for a kidney reined touring the Kiist, write his mother distinct loss to State and accident in Louisville. home in the Lincoln county capital, began. Gon. Foch and Uiey have visited nearly nil the prin- - Don n s Kidney Pills- - the same that Premier Meilill McCnrmnck, who was nom- nation, but falls hcavfest on his large nnd the Stanford hud iiml enjoying Mr. Mention Journnl says that CIcmenceau ip.il plncon of. interest circle of friends, whose admiration "The Tigei" have the inated for II S. Senator bv the he and his family will move to Co , Mfgrs., lltiffnlo, N Y supreme confidence of the people. sights on their route d the grand of Illinois bv a plurality for the splendid Kentuckinn wns to locate. Mr. Kincnid nnd Kich nnd poor alike believe Hint vie. Rev, Stout's subject Sundnv night of rtU.nno, will contest the election YirFiTLivcs his family would be quite an addi-tio- n torv is certain. nt the linpftst rhirnh was "The FrithiK fnll with James Hamilton Lewis, here, and would be ennlinllv With the CourierJournnl. Mr ( C (lover tolls tbii paper nn- we Angered at the division nf th Th. volity of the Times," and he told the mncrniic inciimiieni. Ttmns. Thfi Vnmt n,.,l nil ft... V.n. welcomed. There is no better judge spoils of war, a strong Turkish foree dancer and enrd player what he that he pulled the head oir a tobne-r- o ., .. The tfovernment ilnoa nni tVtt.it nK.A.i:n .' l!y on .Monday. Sept. 'Jixl, and that oi looncco thought in Jlerms easy to underhe. nn, to be way t,.ZT' . . V":1' ''?, ... vo"y ,nc of course, it nnvwnere than he wishes is reported border. on its omo to the of itemmirW the nisei t was still alive when he left the is nntural that Bulgarian stand For birthplace of Jefferson nnri un.l i,n i,.i.i,.. v.t , to keep in close touch with the best the two countries have been months eilnesilay afternoon, 11th hum Mrs Allic Fettus nnd Mrs. Lulu imiy ims nt log-gII.. It..l nfnr impKinsviiie, an essen- nun nun necMiam apart nuried. we tobacco market in the State and, (oilier have spent a week in loins A Woiiikii'i llrarty heads and an open breach has Recommendation tial busmen nnd has ordered that trust never to he resurrected, there therefore, will come to Richmond. the latest villi getting fnflulinr with been expected hourly by Germany. Worry .md overwork cause kidney no mori work on It be done. is nothing so sure in the future as Register. styles of huts, irtid returned Ttur-du- v Washington officials view the report John p Haawell. 0f trouble, with everv thing beautiful and with men and wormei suirer equallv former assistant dUlrirtHnidinsburg, hat Gov Stanley will take his sent with the hope that the two nations nilnmn.. in the United Stntis Knnnti. nnvl Mm Kora Westen, WITH THE CHURCHES may break away from German vasslvhsh. winch they want you to III . write: "I could not stoop lms licen chohen an chairman of the March to give the country come in ami ie the best Dr. II I, Winbuni, pastor of the salage. unit when ilown 1 Intel u irawl up v icepuiiiicin htale campaign commit- that it, in him for the ensuing si Rev Wright will preach nt 'he Provost Marshal General Crovvdcr Louisville Ilaptist church at Third tee W C Haniia, of Shelhv. is the vears Let everv Democrat I lame I nppolrt and Christian chureh Sunday moinuijr a chair.N'ow wavso like a new sulTered member of the committee streets, hns asked announced Tuesday that, of the new I feel egtiny- from this himself a committee of one to see to beSt. Catherine accept n call to j'rsrn I district Me hn something nt snW night leleased to the the draft registrants, men that his majority is such that will big Ilaptist chuuh at Arkadelphia, ages of 19 to 20 nnd 32between both In say to yu. aud csifrctH mu tronrer and tietter in every way. to 30, Semtor Thomas W Hurdwick. who I'oley Ki Inev arm the . oekles of the heart of t Kv the arrainrrDM nt henitily ri Liimmeml lie present inclusive, will be called first and old Ark. t) h fought the I 'resident's war poliman at Washington, who will er men will not be inducted into the row. there is preaching in our ei'y I'llls." Sidd everywhere. Seventh Dav Adventist Chnpel cies all alotur. wa defeated in the regard his triumphant election as a every Sitmlay morning hbi! night, so whTi"kilied Jeff Hill fieoi-frlSabbath school services Saturdnv at service until the classes formed bv K J Vauirhan. t rimarv by William J. Har-n- . hearty endorsement of tin re is no ocuw for be.ng Itiul. lark county a few week aico, in whose candidacy was endorsed by cies and a message of his war poli- 3 P M . and preaching svery night J the younger men nre exhausted. Mm Sue CHrtm Iim rvreived e confidence in Some wren waa a quitted. Mr Wilson Something else to be the arduous work be is doing for the at 8 o'clockiiiiminMH'iMK ounuay nigni called of the new rotristrants m.iv hn prnl Intitrnatlmr letter from' her son. in October. bv Elder O. L. Denlow iejdon, with their two children, have thankful for n lief of mankind. ( l)dc, ill France He writes hw All cordially invited to attend these Winninir the sith irame of the a EXCEEDS ESTIMATE most pleasant iit with their hopt 'ul of being able to enjo) services. RED CROSS NOTES The kj-and old hnm with the homeflks sister, Mrs. L. F Jones. They are series bv n score of 2 to 1, the llos-to- n Presbyterian Church Sundny, rcgisl government's figures for the American League team captured A box containing 2,000 suigical ('iirntmai Here's homnif bin wishes returnmirt" their home Saturday ration of yesterday in this Sept. 15. Sunday school. 9 :4 5 ; morn.Mr and Mrs Ed Noelcke and two the world's series title from the Chi dressings has just been shipped. I wonder how mfh) will come true ing service 11: sermon bv nastor: C. countv are 1,003, hut a total of 1.81G cago National leaguers nnd. the jcninning inursuny, will ail who E. and merujietween the ages of 18 and 45 mothers nre feeing to it thnt our) children, of inrinnati, have been championship thnt hns can come to the surgical dressing church. Union service nt the Christian recorded themselves ns willing to fight home paper got to the Ixiyx "mer4 wltluMr. "'( Mrs. Louii Hell for a sixth world's Massachusetts capita). The Presbytery of Transylcome to the room for work? Vnrn" I knmv thn Interior would week They made many friends vania will meet with the Presbyterian for Uncle Sam in the terrible wnr AA 70 was The be eageily reail by them all, und I .while here and cnjnved every das of a death Carman, agedHowling given picture Juniors cleared $30 from the church Tuesday evening, Sept.' 17, at that is now being waged. When the sentence at show Monday Green This organ- 7:30 o'clock. registration of Juno C, 1917, was ltavtnuiid anil .Mr Hell Lope the Lincoln bojs are reading their unit for the murder letters from home each week. The motored thiti.'h to Lnm aster. Dan tenant, August 7 of Ed ,lohnon. a ization is wide awake. Christian Church Sunday . school. taken for ages from 21 to 31, 1.247 Thc""Jtirv was out The address for French Orphans, A men registered, and addinir to th " thought that mabe the" are, helps) Mile. Stanford. LvxmKton and other onlv n few moments Onrmnn rn. literature, etc.. is Fatherless Children iu ociock. L.orci s bupper and morn- the other two registrations of this hard to ;et every item we. places, nml inuit.iles and other ! u plea of temporary insanity, of France, 21 I Healcy Building. At- ing sermon, 11 o'clock. Subject: year, the sum total greatly exceeds ) tereatinjr eiitertaiiimeiitH were truen tered a can. but the game wouldn't wojk He is lanta. Ga. Send check for $30..r.O "The Doctrine of the Cross." This 3,000 men subject to battle for this sir and Mrs Rnwlimrs. of Lou- - 11 Ihelr honor. sermon is in compliance with n sun! to be a man of wealth to II. W. Davis, treasurer Won't from one of the Men's clnsse-- i great count! y. Following is the rcg- S. i. mnnv support nn orphan? .ak'.llll'U uy lUl'ClIlCIS: for a WOMAN THINKS SHE IS The War Mothers of America met ment. sermon dealing with the AtonePrecincts. White. Col'd. Christian Endeavor Registered PRIVILEGED TO TALK on Monday afternoon, nnd had an in meeting. Union P. M. today . 1 20 7:15 "If anvone ever had n miserable teresting meeting. Mrs. Rinchart, nt this church 8 P. M.Union service Stanford No. 1 .100 25 Sermon by stomach I surely had It was grow-111- 5 the president, was elected delegate, Rev W Stanford No. 2 95 48 D. Welburn. A cordinl wel worse, too. all the time Had with Mrs. Warner ns alternate, to Stanford No. 3 .101 46 severe pains nnd nttneks every ten "o to the conference at Evansvillo, come to every one. Stanford No. 4 .. . 93 3 dnvs or two weeks and had to call Ind. Volunteers contributed over Crab Orchard No. 1 1G0 19 THE NEW CALOMEL A tt doctor, who could only relieve me half of the expenses of the delegate. Crab Orchard No. 2 180 13 PERFECT SUCCESS for short while Two enrs ngo last Miss Rurch talked on "Liberty for Wnynesburg No. 1 .184 1 rVhrwirv I took n treatment of Ml Forever;" Mrs Warner read .149 6 Cnlotabs, the newly perfected cal- w aynestiurg No. 2 Mnvr's Wonderful Itemcdv and I "Your Lad nnd Mv Lnd Miss Da- omel, is absolutely purified Wnynesburg No. 3 . .. 90 4 fiom nil Hustonville No. 1 serv- - live not had a snell of piin or mis- vison sang "My Laddie." and Dr. .118 25 of the unpleasant, sickening and ery since Mv friend just wonder Ilrown Uilkod on "Mothers PatriotNo. 2 Hustonville 44 21 dangerous qualities of tho a thnt I am looking so well I feel I ism." Mesdnme.s Coleman, Reid and . 51 20 The new Calotabs are rap- Hustonville No. 3 am privileged to talk about it " It Pepples form the Home Service calomel Hustonville No. 4 140 25 idly taking flie o i :i simple, hnrmlem nreparatinti Committee. Is there some one with calomel tablets, place of the as they nre much that removes the catarrhal mucus a car who will otter it to this pa in so Totals 1,545 205 from the intestinal tract and nllavs triotic committee to visit the families more effective ns a liver cleanser and Grand total 1,810 sjstem purifier, are entirely free the inflammation, which causes prac- of soldiers? from all objectionable qualities. tically all stomach, liver nnd intestm-i- l MISS WALLIN NEW MANAGER The new Cnlotabs arc sold onlv in ailments, inrluding nppendiciti WAITING FOR THE PUMPS Mis Mary Walhn, who has been original, sealed packages; price thirty-One dose will convince or money le Mr. Joe Wieland. who has paycents. Your druggist recom- the head operator in the Stanford funded The Lincoln I'harmncy; The ing oil wells on his farm It the five in Telephone Exchange for several Penny Drug Store. South End of the county, was in the mends and guarantees them. vears and has made a most efficient city Thursday afternoon Asked and accommodating one, has been MADE MONEY LAST WEEK rARIM DID NOT SELL how the oil situation he The Indies of the Moreland ehnpter given nnother promotion, this time " The farm of .Airs. Itettie Stioomi-moiis in readiness nnd we to that of manager of thb exchange, offered at public sale Wednes- are just waiting for the arrival of of the Red Cross hail exceptionally who James P. day, did not soli, the price offered the pumps. The pipe line is nil laid good business last week. Thev made succeeding tho position Tribble,acceptbeing considerably Ies thnn Mr from Wnynesburg to the oil field nnd on the sales dinners and otherwise hif filled who will very most go to likely Spoonamorc- - ami sons felt thnt they it will be only n short time until $250. These splendid women are cer- ably, but Miss Waltin Center College. could accept Cant. T. D EnHish pumping will begin in earnest." Mr. tainly deserving of nil the good things will make good in Thnt new and her that an cried the farm nnd Col John II. Din Wieland is confident that his entire splendid come to them for their station, none who know her work for suffering humanity. widdie the personalty. The latter section is underlaid with oil nnd thnt capabilities will for an instant That thev w ill w ear crowns of gold in Fifty-ooun- d 'old at satisfactory price. the field will he n lasting one. the land beyond the skies, there can doubt. shnats brought $18. 05 per hunbe no doubt. dred. "00 to steer $!(.. Prepare for Cluinrenhln Wenlher MR. J. II. WEAVER SELLS FARM milk cows $00 to $75. H. It. Miller. R. I' I) 10. Wooter. Mr. J. II. Weaver, who bought the BALL BUYS OUT SHIFLETT E.Kfjek mule $1P0. 27 Inclw. loin mule S150. O., whUs: "Ily the changing of beds T. C. Hall came up IVosdny mid James I. Wilmot fnrm of 100 ncrcs in rV two bull enlves $.17 each, two sums nmi the wenthor, 1 took n very had 14 Inihrt wiJs bought the stock of groceries, etc., the Hubble section some 1G years ttt each, horsea brought low prices, cold and sore throat Four docs of Mlc'MT'f?1 21 ll,c1" ,'l,, hnv wan taken down at $20 25 per 1'oley's Honey and Tur put me right owned by James Shifiett, who con- ago nt $47. has sold it to his son, ton Farming implements brought in u day's time." It pays to get the ducts n stoie in Mr. Hall's bu'ldimr Mr. W. S. Weaver, at $100. The reasonably good prices. The Indies genuine Foley's nnd avoid substi- near the depot. He will nt once add price does not indicnte n true estior the Morelnmi clinpter of the Red tutes and counterfeits. Contnins t'o to the stock. He will movo his fam- mate of tho vnluo of the plnce, ns ily back in n few dnvs from Shelby Mr. Weaver says that ho would not Cross set an excellent dinner and opiate. Sold ever) whore. IJJ.C, I HCMT L M lAtlCV Citv Mr. Hall snys Shelby City is n have sold it to others than his famcleared between $60 and $00. mighty good place to eat an I sloe)), ily for nnvthlmr like thnt amount. DULL TERM OF COURT but that it is a little shy on buii- - Mr. nnd Mrs". Weaver will live with SWINEUROAD'S LAND SALES The Gnrrad county grand Jury re- ,noss. their win. 1 hurtdny, September 19th lumed only 10 Indictments and the R10 acres in Itoyln countv for J. term just ended Is said to have been 13 . COLUMNS SALE "ADS" II llaughmnn, two miles of Danville. Cut Thi Out It Is Worth Money the dullest in vears. Violin Sewell Col. G. It. Swinebroad, tho Lancas DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this Triday, September 20th was awarded $800 for personal in- ter "sale wizard," believes in tho use slip, enclose ALLEY-LIGHwith Cc to Foley & Co,, 02 niri'H thieo farms in Garrard juries inflicted by Henry is no experiment. 1c hns been In of printer's ink. proof of which Is 2835 Shefilold Ave., 111., Chicngo, louiity. Two and it half miles from the case of Robeit Dunn Teaten tho shown in actual farm use formore Hum seven years. ngninst in tho fact thnt he takes 13 4 writing your nnmc nnd address clearIlrjnnUvillo. L. & U , a verdict for tho defendant columns or this issue of tho I. J to ly. You will receive in return a trial It furnishes, at low cost, all the electricity Saturday, September 21st was given. tell about his sales. Read what he packngo containing Foley's Honey and you can use for light and power. ll'O acres for It. L. Uurton, six hns to say. Ho offers over 2,000 inr Compound, for coinihs, colds and miles from Lancaster. UP AND ABOUT AGAIN acres of fino hind, including James croup, Foley Kidney Pills nnd Foley It is especially designed for fjrm use not an Wednesday, September 25th "I was sick in bed with kidney II. llnughmnn's magnificent "Hill- Cathnrtic Tablets. Sold everywhere. 1 adaptation of electric generator and farm engine. ncros in Doyle countv for J. R. Hitmen, two und a half miles ftom trouble." writos C. F. Reynolds, El- - top Farm" in Hoylo. Completely equipped with big, ball mini, N. Y. "I commenced taking Danville. bearings. SALEM & SALEM TO MOVE Tried Many, Found the Best Foley Kidney Pills nnd in n few dnvs Foley Cathartic Tablets keen tho Tho Bargain Store. Salem & Salom. wns out of tied. Keeping up tho That is why it is so (.successful. BRODHEAD MILLS FOR SALE bowel regular, sweoton the stomach proprietors, will in a short while oc The heirs of John Riddle docenu'd, treatment, I was nblo to go to woik and tone up the liver, J, G. Gnston, cupy the old Severance store-rooIn A free demonstration of Lnlley-Ligh- t on your farm offer nt private sale the Hrodhend Rol- Since then I have had nn more back- Newark. Ind., snys he used a great tho Myers Houso flats. Moving will any time. Ask fcr the loolc of owners' testimonials. ler Mills located nt Hrodhend, Ky aches." I'oley Kidney Pills stop sleep mnny kinds of cnthurtics, but Foley begin as soon ns some changes in the diaturbing bladdor nilments. Sold y Thi. property is well locntod, Cnthartie Tablets gave him more sat store cun bo made. HUSTONVILLE MOTOR COMPANY new and well equipped in everywhere. isfaction than any other. He mv every particular and doing a splen-di- d THE rORD GARAGE thuy are the best cathartic tablets LYONS' BIRDS WIN TIES MRS. MOSS K1RBY DEAD business. Terms will bo ma.t'j to Agency Lincoln and Caiey Countlrs m u do. Sold everywhere. Mr, C. S. Lyons, of this county, The widow of Moss Kirby Is dead llit Pillfhnser. Title perfect. Fnr swept tho platter clean at tho State nertieulars nddross Mrs. Elizabeth J. nt her home at Lancaster. Shi wns SALE THURSDAY, SEPT. 20th fair with his wonderful chickens. Ho a daughter of the Into Squire W. II. Hail, Hrodhend, Ky. 7l-4- t Mr. W. V. Klncald will sell nt pub-li- e took thirty of them down and won Kinnurd, and was one of Lancaster's Thursduy afternoon. 29 tlos, most of them blues. Several children sur- Sept. auction a lot of household and '1 LOVE YOU" host women. 20th, "I Lovo You" is the title of a vive. kitchen furniture at his home en . , , seven-ree- l I picture that will ho shown TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS Logan avenue. nt the opera houso tonight with Alma White teachers' examination, Sept. 46 TO STATE FAIR Colored teachers' examinaCombs, of Nell, one-tcNight Agent Hiirdctt McKenzic, of Kueucns in the stellar rule. A Mrs. Thomas wnr plcturo will follow. All for tho If. & N.. sold 40 round-tri- n tick Adair county, suicided by cutting her tion Sept ''7.28. G. Singleton, SupL ' n urinary-disorders- Joph Tnlny I ee, I- - e, roMer-.Milbur- n Rich-mon- head orr - en-ctm- '! - '!. ..".. r" "."""" i.. i.i. fti-iii- ei e, n . tur-ihd.- . . -- -- y ,,... 1 .... ... I SCHOOL CLOTHES Our stock of Boys' Suits, Shoes, Caps, Shirts, hese Neckwear and Blouses is now complete. wearables are designed and tailored to give rce and satisfaction. We also have complete line of Shoes for Girls, and you will find any when thing you want this line at our store, in need call on us. old-sty- old-styl- xt ROBINSON'S ill tS?. ill k -, i, nt S00-Miun- d four-vear-o- ld ,-- i I w assn Seven Years Behind It 1j T cnsy-iunning 41 1 1 1 .1 a pmc-tieall- w&iiwwwsuijs&mm cI 20-2- 1. i 10 and 1C cenU. ets to the State fair this moralng. throat. va f t 11 ' I v r r " "?; rv 1 r- - W" Page Two LIBERTY Mrs. .T. W. Cheek, of Lebanon, is TisltinR her sister, Mrs. A. P. lounp, in this city. Mr. nnd Mrs. GeorRe A Shnrp. of New Castle, Ind.. nre pleasant visitors of Liberty relatives. The capital of the "State of Cny" still sleeps on the bank of OM Green river as It has for 120 yesrs. and Mesdnmes .Innc Allen Humphrey are nssistrnR Mr. A. P. Young in running the Commcrcinl Bank. Mr. nnil Mrs. 0. H. Portmnn, wbo spent the summer in Illinois, arc back here sincinc ' Let Me Live nn.l Die in Liberty." Hcnr Tbomns was In the Dunn-vill- e section Friday and Saturday crying sales. He reports Rood crowds and war time prices. G. R. Lutes, the Middlcburg stock trader has sol.l his property there Dee. and will leave the county nbout many 1, much to the regret of the friends here. The Casey fiscal court will soon refor letting contracts to pair the Hustonvillc pike from here to Kldd's Store and hope to have n cood turnpike this fall. The Casev County News will not be published until Oct. 1, owing to break downs in machinery, govern-merulinRs and other things over which Editor Thomas could not nt con-Mrs. fThe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, September 13, STANLEY SHOWED GRIT IN HIS FIRST RACE Probably no man in Kentucky was besot with or overcame more obstacles in n quest for office than Gov. A. O. Stanley In his first race, and he is fond of telling his many experiences in that memorable campaign which meant so much to him. In 1807, when he was young nnd penniless, although he contends the latter condition has not improved much, Mr. Stanley became a candidate for the Democratic nomination for County Attorney of Fleming countv. for which he had several opponents nnd the machine against him. 918 b. Graded No. 25 Prof. U. G. Hatfield, Crnb Orchard. Miss Margaret Phillips, Crab Orchard. Miss Julin Phillips, Crab Orchard. Miss Marietta Kink, Crab Orchard. Miss Mary Grav, Crab Orchard. Rural Dlviilon No. 2 Sub. 1, 'J, 14 Oscar Robinson, Stanford. Sub. 1, 2, 14 Gertrude Evnns, Stanford. Sub. .1 Miss Josie Osborne, Crnb Orchard. Sub. B Mls Dora llliinton, Broil-heaSub. 0 CIihs. ford. F. Play forth, Crnb at hours to the losis, just twenty-fou- r minute a little grandchild of her died at the same place of the same lis- Clarence Taylor, son of Judge Taylor, left last week to enter Normal Groun department of the Bowling Popple-we- ll College, also Miss Carrie Lee college at left this week to enter Ucrcn Senator and Mrs. Chas. F. Montgomery, who have been at Rochester, Minn., for several weeks, report that they will be home in a short while. Mnntimmprv is recovering from m a second operation and will soon able to leave there. floods and bitter cold lasted, and the M J. Humphrey, assistant cashier grit he showed in seeking office under manager of such unfavorable circumstances mnde of the bank. J. J. Russell, the Casey Home Telephone Co., left a hit with the voters he visited, with Zachary Camp last Thursday for young gentlemen the result that when the primary was Taylor. These two held they did not forget Owslev Stan nre splendid young men and will be ley tor county attorney, anil ne won in business circles. greatly missed the nomination with flying colors and "" ' v v wns subsequently elected to tne ni- .Misses Aiia iiiiiiaiui" Powers report they will leave this fice, which gave him tne start in nis positoi.-week to accept lucrative Hnnrford political career that includes six in Kansas City, Kan. Mi the Casey terms as a congressman, one term as governor nnd the prospect of six has been compositor m County News office for six years anil years more as United States Senator. county Kaltenbacker in Louisville Times. Miss Powers has been assistant clerk for several months. Phil, returned V M. Marples, of When Children Start to School -t .t.nnt frnm a business trip i School opens nt a time of year hilc in the when the change of seasons is liketo Gentry county, Mo. "Show-M- c State" he saw numerous ly to cause coughs, colds, croup, hay Casevites, who dined and entertained fever and asthma. Prompt action at him "in royal manner. Mr. Marples the first sign of infection may keep believes Casey county people the best children in prime god health and help Folej's in the world wherever they are them to avoid losing time. remedy Honey nnd Tar is an ideal found. Sold everywhere. e. i i- Phil, O. C. Russell died nt her home last week of tubercu- The primary had been called nnd for several weeks before it was held that sec tion had been visited by floods and blizzards, which mnde campaigning in the rural districts prncticnlly out of the question. While the other enndidntes, nnd in fact everybody else, kept Indoors nnd electioneering wns suspended, Mr. Stanley, who wnnted the office more than nnyMiitig else nt that time, conceived the idea that it would bo nn opportunity for him to brnve the elements an I nit the voters while there was littlo livelihood of any of his opponents being around, Procuring a pair of rubber wading boot3 nnd nn oil'kin coat, he rallied forth to get votes, frequently giving nn imitation of Washington crossing the Delaware, in fording the swollen streams running with ice. How he managed to cross the flooded creeks anil escape freezing to death Mr. Stanley says he will never know, but he attributes it to a benign Prow-dencOne big ndvantage that ho had, and which he counted upon in advance, wns that he found all the voters at home nnd nround blnzing log fires, with nothing to do but hear he his claims for the nomination nucrlit nnil his hazardous experiences in venturing to electioneer under such difficult conditions. As he had figured it out, Mr. Stan- ley had the campaign all to htmselt Into in December for Sub. 0 Sub. 7 Sub 8 Orchard. .las. II. HflrueM, Crnb Or chard. Curtis Wilson, Crab Orchard. Miss Mary Wilson, Crab Orchard Roberta lloltzrlaw, Sub i Miss Stanford. Sub. 10 Mrs Ida It Wolfe. Stan Sub. 3 Miss Jcnnlo Robinson, Eu- banks. Waynes-SuEarl Russell. Wayncsburg. Sub. I Miss Sallio Bogle, StanLeonard Robinson, 5 Milton J. Osborne, Waynes- ford. Sub. 1.1 D. C. Lair, Stanford. Eulmnks. Sub. 15 Miss Norn Sanders. Crab Sub. 0 Oscar Prince, Keesllng, Stan-SuSub. 8 Miss Mabel Orchard. Graded No. 40 W. T. Mulllns. Wnynesburg. 0 Prof. Robert K. Little, Wayncsburg. Sub. 10 Willie llnll, Wnynesburg. Miss Evelyn Ellison, Eulmnks. Sub. 11 T. J. Ball. Wayncsburg. Miss Mattlc Bourne, Wnynesburg. Sanders. Gustn Sub. 12 Miss Oliver Vnnovcr. Wayncsburg Wayncsburg. Graded No. S3 Reynolds, Hcttle Prof. D. II. Hubbard, Kings Moun- Sub, Wnynesburg. tain. nyncs- Sub. I Lornnzn Carter, V. C. (lillllnnd, Kings Mountain. burg. ,1 D Miller, Kings Mountain. Sub. IB -- C. I'. Grccr. Wnynesburg. Mrs. J. C Vinson, Kings Mountain. Sub. 10 Jns. A Hays, Wnynesburg. Rural Divi.lon No. 3 Craded No. 10 Sub 1 Harlan Vnnovcr, WayncsProf. J W. I)ats. Hustonvillc burg. Mrs, J W. Davis, Hustonvillc Sub. 2 Miss Dewey McMullin, Miss Mary (iabbcrt, Hustonvillc Sub : Miss Flsio Singleton, Eu- - M.ss Elizabeth I'envjliouso, Huston 11 Sub. 11 Sub. 12 Sub. W. T. White, Waynosburg Miss Blanche Bnrnctt, Hustonville. Rural Division No. 4 Sub. 1 Miss Stella Peck, McKlnney. Sub. 2 K. G. Mnrtin, MlddlcburR. Sub. 2 Mrs. Stella Montgomery. Sub. .1 Lnnslng Lnnhnm, Arabia SU1,. .1 Miss Screnn Young, Waynes. tMiss 1 Oscar Sims, Hustonvillc It. J Luster, Middlrburc 7- Miss I.ldin Foley, Morcland. Sub. 8 - S. C. Coffey, Morelnnd Sub. KMlss Ella Rigney, Morelnnd. Mnrgarct Clnrkson, Sub. 0- - Miss Sub. Sub. Sub. 4 fi Junction City. 11 Sub. 10 Sub. Miss Bessie M. Miss Ruby Mctormsck, Montgomery. Stanford. Stanford. IH Sub. 12 Sub. L Sub s. Kinney Sub. 14- - Nannie Hubble, Mckinoey. Single' .in, Tlossle Sub IB Miss A Miss Ma Mnrtin, Stanford. It II Jeter, McKinncy -- Miss Mnttie Boone, Mc- - bank vtlle. rnhfn On Friday, Sept 20 I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION Promptly at 10 (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 mile from Lancaster, Nicholasville and LOCATION On the Dietrich pike, one-haLexington pike, 10 miles from Lancaster, 8 miles from Burgin, 10 miles from Nicholasville, miles from hemp, grain and stock market, 22 1 i miles from consolidated graded school, 2 the FAMOUS CAMP DICK ROBINmiles from thriving SON section of Garrard County. LOOK FOR THE BIG SIGN at the mouth of Dietrich pike. IMPROVEMENTS On the DIETRICH Farm there is located on different tracts a house, 3 stock dwelling, a dwelling, hall and 2 porches, another tobacco barn, dairy house and other tobacco barns and an barns, two buildings. dwelling, 2 halls, 3 porches, basement, large On the SLOAN Farm a e servants room in yard, cribs, sheds and all outbuildings, 2 tobacco barn, slock barn, tenant houses. metal roof bungalow, halls, porches and baseOn the MOORE farm, a modern tobacco barn, tenant house, AN ORCHARD OF 800 FRUIT ment, new stock barn, 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." DONT 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. lf village-BRYANTSVI- LLE-in 5-rom m greatest people and best stranger-friend- s a "little soldier boy ever had. We stopped off nt Sayre. Pa., whore all had the pleasure of going bathing, this was great. After leav-in- g here we were in the Allegheny Mountains for six or eight hours, the sccnory was perfectly beautiful and fullest extent I enjoyed it to the Night came on then and when I owake the following morning we were in Jersoy Citv, N. .L We took a ferry . bore for Long Island, N. my Just right as wo left the Jersey coast to I could see Ellis Island and back of overthat was the Statue of Liberty had looking New York harbor. Itnmbi-tion alwavs been the height of my 'to see this wonderful night, but never hoped to under these but I am enjoying it all any wav "so far." We nrrived in camp in the afternoon and all are having a great time. I could write you for a whole dav and not get through but I must sav goodbye, good luck, God bess "uu uptil wo all come home again, I am circum-&tancos, REMEMBERS HOMEFOLKS FARMS FOR SALE Cnmn Mills. Lorn: Island. N. Y., If it's farm land you want. I have n I. J. and Frien'I A.ug. 20. To the it, and if you arc looking for a come'to me for I have the farri back home. If you'll allow me. Ill prob-sibl- v write a brief note, which will going you want at the price you want to nnv. be my farewell before fine No. 000 5 acres of land right in abroad. I am getting along get anilloi.e- town, all fenced and in good shape, .lnrwKv oveont I sometimes snme and wish to be back home nirnin on rock pike in 100 yards of graded old school, one quarter mile of railroad for keep in "Dear of kcnt'ickv when depot, n No. 1 seven-rooframe, Bvt what's the wish? y house with porches, nice" vou can't have what you ' cnmn that I have van!, hen, meat and wood houses, all This is the third bad the pleasure of vUitintr whil in buildings new. good garden. One of the service, and this trip from Camp the best buildings and locations in Sherman. Ohio, to Camp greatest Long town. Price $1,800. vet Xo. BOO Fnrm of 81'A acres on Islcrnl. N. Y., was the mail, telephone, for our company. We wer on tne county road, close to 04 acres cleared, train 48 hours including aatfor hours school and churches; diTorept fencing taker up in stopping off aftor .leing fenced and cit'e. Our first meal served at good; 44 acres in clover and timothy; large orchard, good garden and no on the train was dinner Columbus, O. Then we had supper bettei water any where; a lot of nice timber. This farm is nearly all level. at Cleveland, where tne iuh frame house, two barns, cave us all kinds of nice things to Seven-roo9 eat anil drink. It was about so 32x.10 each; silo and all necessary outbuildings and granaries. 20 tons o'clock when we left Cleveland, nil quieted down for our first night s of hay, 2 cows, 2 calves, 2 horses, 2 1 wagons, O1- acres" corn, about CO sleep on the trip, the first thing knew was next morning when I bushels of wheat, about 200 bushels Buf- oats, acre potatoes, 9 head f awoke we were in the station nt falo, where breakfast was served. of hogs, binder, mowing machine the Red nnd rake, wheat drill, corn drill, Then a short while after e cultivator Cross gave us u real treat at Geneva. breaking plow, Pa. I know the Red Cioss arc the and harrow. Price for nil, $7,000; "PEP" bar-gai- ue wis-hin- ? two-stor- . cross-fence- re 18-ac- re 1 ry, m 10-acr- -. m one-hal- 8-ac- re two-hors- for farm, $5,000. No. 1 A farm of 5.1 acres on county road, close to school, church and store, all level, not one foot of waste land; all in timber, except one acre. A new frame house, six rooms, hen and meat house, young orchard. A nice location and can't be bent for the money. Price two-stor- y $1,-00- Terms farms. I of farms my prico can be made on most nil have the most complete list that I know of. Write for list it's free. MONROE THOMPSON, Wayneiburg, Ky. LINCOLN'S SCHOOL TEACHERS (Garland Singleton, Supt.) Graded No. 1 Prof. M. L. Cancer, Stanford. Mii.8 Margaret Tipton, Stanford. Miss Sallie M. Craig, Stanford. Mrs. J. It. Smith, Stanford. Misb Mayme Singleton, Stanford. Miss Elizabeth Tnylor, Stanford. Miss Marie Ballard, Stanford. Mit8 Mary Covington, Stanford. Miss Kate Lynn Wood, Stanford RICHARD PEPPLES Miss Jeiinio Ncwlnud, Stanford. CORPORAL Co. E, .1.10 Inf.. filth Div.. U. S. Mrs. II. I). Phillips, Stanford. Armv, Cnmp Mills, Long Island, Miss Annie McKinnoy, Stanford, Rural Division No, 1 N. Y. ter, Sub. 2 Mibsi Maggie caster. Sub. a Sub, 1 BY-BIDDIN- G, Mis Lucy Wilinot, LancasLan- Sub. 9 Mrs. F. P. Hayes, Stanford. Sub. 10 Miss Ocie Duddarer, Crab Orchard. Gail Borden Johnson, first vico Sub. 11 Miss Annie Holtzclaw, Gilbert's Creek. president of the Pacific Mutual dropped dead Sub. 12 Miss Ella B. Wilson, Kings Company, Mountain. while walking on Broadway, New Sub. 13 Miss Mary Baston, Stan- York. Mnny indications point to n serious fliortago of munitions for the big German guns, according to Washington experts, who are carefully scanning nil reports for confirmation of their belief that the bun svstem of producing war vitals is on thu verge of collapse. They aro eating crows in Gcrmnny and it is said they find them quite toothsome. The kaiser himself had of better be getting used to that kindtho diet. It is all ho will get after war, if indeed ho will be in need of any kind of food. Rankin, Miss Bessie Hill, Stanford. Sub. 4 MUs Pearl Pock, McKinncy. 5 Miss Minelle E. Prcwitt, Sub. Morelnnd. Sub. 0 Miss Emma E. Taylor, Stanford. Sub. 8 Miss LucIIe Duddarcr, Stanford. Sub. 8 Vacancy. Sub. 9 Clarence Singleton, StVin-for- d. The Real Estate Man W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. SWINEBROAD .a. M m0tmhii f Lancaster, Ky. BOLIVER BOND, Auctioneer. ", i 1 . -. v. " ii ITie Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, September 13, 1918 Page three TITANIC AUCTION SALE Thursday, Sept. 1 9, 1 9 1 8 I will sell for J. H. Baughman 510 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 a o Q O Q O LOCATION Known as the "HILL TOP FARM," two miles from city limits of Danville, Ky., on Hustonville Pike. Boyle County has the best pikes 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. o () ) One In A Lifetime Is The Opportunity Offered To Buy Such A Farm 9 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. DANVILLE 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 bv 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. y stock barn, basement will hold 125 cattle, servant house and garage, beautiful yard with large shade trees, large 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 dwelling, three porches, two stock barns, other outof fruit. The second set of improvements consists of a splendid good garden, large yard and mulberry, sugar tree and wild cherry shade trees. This set of improvements is within buildings, cistern, ONE-HAL- F MILE OF SPLENDID GRADED SCHOOL. Two other sets of improvements on farm. two-roo- m two-storsix-room O O Q O C 9 IMPROVEMENT- S- Main dwelling, eight large rooms, two porches, halls and bath room with butler's pantry. Heated by furnace, two-stor- y Q tract and e tract with improvements, a e SUBDIVISION 200 acres with main dwelling, a e tract with improvetract, also a e tract with improvements and other tracts. We always tract and a ments, to which may be added a e 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- 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 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. MARES AND MULES 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 from above mares; 4 WALKING MARES; 1 AGED JACK; 7 PONIES from colts to six years old. mares; 2 TERMS Easy on the land and stock and satisfactory to purchaser. THREE-YEAR-OLD TWO-YEAR-OLD SIX-YEAR-O- colts; 6 SPLENDID MULES from same Sale begins promptly at 10 o'clock. Mr. Baughman, Mr. Moss or myself will show the farm at any time. Notify us and we will be glad to meet the L. & N. train or the in Southern train at any time before or on day of sale. 9 BY-BIDDIN- 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. G AND NO PROTECTION WHAT- Mr. Baughman, who Sale. is known by all cattle men, will have charge of the Cattle Sale and Swinebroad will be in charge of the Land 1.802, and as to the land For further particulars as to Live Stock inquire of J. H. Baughman, Danville, Ky., Phone County SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. LANCASTER, KY. io9 Page; Four IA c Jhe Interior E. C. Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Septemt?er 13, 1918 JOURNAL n4 J. H. WrifM rteft4 ml (MnfrfJ, r nrnd tlM matt mtttft. WaTtoB IS rv THEJNTERIOR MONEY? If you want money to increase your Wheat ?trJ 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- " R U The patriotic manner in which the repeople Kencrally respond to nil volquests of the government speaks ith umes in praise of our country. little complaint they have obeyed the rcRulations reKardinc flour, have issued no complaint with reduced sugar ration and now respond ith few regrettable exceptions to conserve gasoline for the use of the aimy by cutting out Sunday joy ruling. It is indeed a credit to the own ....... v f fintnmnliltno flint Efl flW Cit CIS Ul tlUlUHIUUHVO them are reporteu over me coumry as having ignored the request of the fuel administrator. 0 Maine, The Republicans won the victory in but as they only held what they already had, it js neither surprising nor unexpected. Of course the organs of that party will put up the usual claim "as goes Maine, so goes the nation," but if they can get any comfort out of it, let them have it. They have had little to cheer them for lo these many days. Gen. Crowder savs men from mtn 20 and 32 to 3G will be the first to be called under the extension of the uraft, but we are hoping, as well as believing, that even they will not be needed. The huns arc on the run. With the brewing of beer ordered and Gen. Pershing and the French discontinued after Dec. 1st, and pro- ana isntish will sec that thev keep hibition to go into effect next July, it up till Berlin will fall easily into a desert is in near prospect that the hands of the Allies. makes the dryness of Sahara look liko Mrs. Louis an oasis. Intoxicating beverages w 11 LeSus, mother of soon be so high that only millionaires Clarence I.clius, is dead at Lexington, aged 75. can afford a drunk. $8,000,000,000 BY TAXATION The new revenue bill, which ha been under preparation for several month, is nt last in shape for consideration In Congress. It is tho greatest tax miser ever conceived by th nation, and it is expected to raise the nlmo't inconcicvnble sum of eight billion of dollars, and effects nearly every individual. Estimating the population of the country at 10fi.ni 2,000, it is $70.70 per cap-ita third more than the money per capita, which was $52.11 August 1st. The tax represents more than the combined value of all crop nnd nil live stock on the farms. Excess profits, as they should, will yield the largest amount, $3,0 1.03.1.000. and $1,482,180,000. taxes on incomes Alcoholic beverages, wines and soft expected to pay $1,137,-000,00drinks nre 0 and so on. Incomes of nml over nre taxed 3 ner cent. with an increasing scale as they go un. The moncv has to be raised to prosecute the war, and we who foot the hills nre doing noming to com pare to those who are giving their blood nnd lives. Let every man do his duty by reporting his holdings in full. The government metes out severe punishment fr the men who fnil or refuse to nnswer the cnll to rcg-irtand enlist, nnd it will surely not be less stringent with the slackers who refuse to do their utmoi--t with their money. According to the war department 200,000 pounds of lemon drops are ifsued to the soldiers per month, constituting IS per cent, of the enndy furnished the nrmy, which is given n regular ration of the sweet. The drons arc decidedly the favorite, when made by the government form ula, which provides pure granulateil sugar, llavoreil with an emulsion made from the rind of the lemon and g giving them the qualities of lemonade. No other government has tried to cater so fully to the wants of its defenders ns ours nnd the men appreciate and show it by the most loyal service. Thn nnnintnient of Mr. Martin to be short term Senator recalls the question of Senator Beck, when Mr. Buck, of Midway, was nppointeu minister to Peru by President Cleveland. The Scnntor had recommended the ntinAinlmntit nrwl awafvvw.. . iiiiuiiitiiiiiiv anis Tifiil fnrfilttln emit t when told of it nsked phasis, "who in tne neu is isuck; Such inquiry is likely to be made of Mr. 'Martin, but if he makes ns good a report of himself, and we believe he will, as Mr. Buck did as minUter, all 0, $3,-(10thirst-quenchin( with-grea- J9 m. Clothing of Distinction k Im vim Our "Fall" Clothing is jiow ready for your inspection. These arc 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, nnd now to buy means a saving of dollars to you. v We Are Headquarters For I ml m n Jf The Boys School Suits IB Come now and select yours. McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley The House of Quality." To our customers Our representative from the well known firm of Tailoring Comwill be here to take your pany measure Saturday and Monday, Sept. 7th and 9th. A rare opportunity. Don't forget the dates. Storrs-SchaefTer will be lovely. Q e 144 a!00SO Land Acres Boyle Co. -- ette county the other day for rniMH" with an lnteriirhnti car and dist.immg jit. Ho a i nutted alter paing nis fine that he was driving so fa.t th.it hippi'ibimeter '"ild not reqi'tt'r Bee Whitis, a Somerset under taker, is too speedy for his busmen He was fined $50 and costs in Fay- McEOB CRTS, BAILEY & RUPLEY THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" STANFORD, KY. a VY & m oi Millie d e of Beautiful ,& At Auction W 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 Wednesday, September 25th, 1918 AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. lf Hus-tonville 9 9 9 9 9 9 Home 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 3 Tuesday, Sept. 24th BEGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. Sell for Livingston Cooper his home located on the Danville and turnpike, between Moreland and Muslonville. This home contains Hus-tonvil- le LOCATION: 9 Two and one-hamiles South of Danville, on East side of pike, the best pike in Boyle mile of splendid 9 Graded School and 2 miles to the County, oneknown Centre ColNationally 9 lege and Kentucky College for Women, mile from L. & N. Railroad and 2 miles from Queen & Crescent R. 1. G ) G and there is on the place a good residence with 8 rooms, two porches, DESCRIPTION: Q a splendid stock barn and all necessary outbuildings. This farm is Fertile soil, slightly rolling, just enough to drain, any kind of well fenced and machinery can be used on the entire farm. No Waste Land. 55 9 9 m acres in corn, 4 acres tobacco, 6 acres alfalfa, balance meadow and Never-Failin- g grass, splendid fencing and everlasting water. Plenty of fruit trees, , also raspberries, strawberries and grapes. 9 This home is located in the Hustonville Graded School district. Look 0 this over for it is located right. At the same time and place IMPROVEMENTS: we will 9 9 m sell the following personalty: 9 Located near center of farm with beautiful driveway from 9 nine-roopike, large metal roof dwelling, situated in Yr.-Ol- d 1 hall, 2 porches, cellar, 2 large large 9 barns, yard with fine shade trees, granary, stock scales, cistern at o! double corn crib, 9 9 house, G 9, water in barn. 1 1 43 Acres of Good Land Plenty of -- Water 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 two-stor- y, I 200-barr- el A Splendid Home; A Desirable Place To Live o 9 9 9 will like it. TERMS EASY. This farm will be sold worth the money. Land is increasing in value. If you will look over this farm you & 9 9 The owner, Mr. J. R. Barnes, or W. E. Moss, or the undersigned will be glad to show the farm at anny time. 99 O 9 9 9 O 9 9 9 one a Black Polled, the rest Jerseys, 1 Sow and S Pigs, 9 Splendid ones, One Sow and 1 1 Shoats, 3 Yearling Cattle, 2 Calves. 9 9 Some Farm Implements, Household 9 9 Goods, Etc. 9 2 Good Work Horses, Three Jack, Jennet, 6 Milk Cows, THE REAL ESTATE MAN Swineforoad BSfiJiifc.s&Jt t 9 9 9 DINWIDDIE & OWENS 9 Moreland and Hustonville, Ky. TERMS MADE KNOWN OF SALE ON DAY MORELAND RED CROSS LADIES WILL FURNISH THE DINNER LANCASTER, KY. '..3 v t JS-iy jfti'iiMtfi'mJ.H - ' shOWSUj,- - V... ..& yu ..wA..&w.y The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky; Friday, September -- 13, 10.28, I 9 IB good Ono FOR SALB hnlrbanks-Morso I f f BE PATRIOTIC counts madc prior to July 1, 1918, will please come forward and pay at once, as I am compelled lo raise money and must take steps to collect. AND All ''iiiiiiiiinot 'iave art'es W'1Q Page Fivt Ono No. 40 Ron cutter. Joo W. Rout, Hustonvlllc, Ky. n FOR SALK PRIVATELY Two farms nnn nf 17A armm wni Im- proved, mile from town nnd on pike; the other of fit) etnn In All good land. W. C. Floyd, Htistnnl vllle, KV; TH.Rp ft 73-2- Pa,c thc'r ac Indlnnn SHo, condition, will sen chenp If taken nt once. David Knocnflc. Morclnnd. Kv.. Hnutn Nn. 2. 71.4n FURNITURR. Mnllln. T)rul. Rugs, Wall Paper, Iice Curtains, Window Shades. Trunk. Knit Pictures, .Stoves w. A. Trllible, Stanford. In FOR SALR power gasoline cnglno and r.n. nr t.r. The Lincoln Pharmacy J. W. ACEY, Proprietor pvT' J DO YOUR PART THH NEXT LIHERTY LOAN IS SCHKDULLD TO HEGIN SEPT. 2flll AND i:ND OCT. 19th, ltJIfl. ALL PERSONS SHOULD linGIN AT ONCi: TO SAVE MONEY TO UK INVESTED IN TIIKSK BONDS. TIIK NATIONAL HANK WILL UK PLKASKD TO HAVE YOU DEPOSIT IN ITS SAVINGS DE. PARTMENT, OR IN YOUR CHECK. ING ACCOUNT, MONEY FOR THAT PURPOSE, AND IOR OTH. ER PURPOSES. THE BANK IS PREPARED AT ALL I IMES TO REGISTER UNITED STATES IIONDS, AND TO THE LOWER RATE IN. TEREST HEARING HONDS TO HIGHER RATE IIONDS. CON-VERT 7iw mwaM " '" H 1 ' s- Store I I - -i- i?r lirirvJiira'g .jiui " ,i 1 ) UfiJEtltB I ( , EMCfeVCC " "n i llll I , In...,.,. - m e--s ra. m- sa. lajnsSiSs & OTTKSt jm (t AfW'sS Vm ffmm jww M1& JfsariWkb; elm iraa sWattaMS3Plii 1 - S9 m . VLVVVal m ..-t,t- ,, iaim 1S1 $xct JS i tr mW 'rw r- rntrlf B I PW - $jk r U co?n t".::--'i- ., 1 iL I 1 'i lrafr-TP- T 1 ir,? -- tyu ; i i-- f ri jiu d lrt""Bi nr" -- n? I'M 111 I t A Wi'erd, TLrilling Adventure Story, Bi a Joy-Walk- ir. "Bifs-ITfo- r Corns 9 tropi, 2 Seeondi Corn It Doomed I TThtn you almoit dl with your bora on n'. corns miko you almoit Itlrwnya to Rfl twijr front wlkpln, a vacation for a mln th me or tiro ana apply z or ) drops - tk I I P.tl Clrn f the irerM a mipl" an t rnly Rfn-- k ' Thfn. Mrta-I- t corn-- l r:rr 't nril ttitn rrlv vil'l y .i tin uri that ur com will ln.ncn fr m v.vir ton t off i that ou m pM It lnrlouly ray with your flngorn. ak no rhincm of rontlniiKl pain hy ua Nrfaiv. and aalvix. p(atra that ahlft nrnt iirna Into the "oulcfc rion nr.t "TllisKfra" that mik rorna lile'l lfla. aft ftJw Brow fatter I'ae" Th'rx'a iaay, alwava ium nly one like It In thn wurlrf that'a -Million, have tried and It nver fall O. KM It for yearn Vtj It," " duarantetil. money the only lure Vack nny ilrtu nr. oo.tK.t4t it trlT.e .tatI'o.Oblcailu.tw; HI Hf'd ty luwrtiive soul itt Stanford and recommended ns tho world's beat corn romeily liy The Penny Drujr Storo. Mr Corn. Off. Wiih'Crlt "' ri.-h- arna ir 0t.t" 't:t.It corn-remnv- r. fnrtiil, PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Km. II. K. Ilourne, of N'ew Cnatle, i with the family of her brother, Mr. W. C. Slmtik.. Uiai Mary Vanny went to Loinv illc Thuradav afternoon to vmt her .Mrs. Ibiag. illntr her parentsMrantl'Mrn. U. Ihajblg, at McK.nrvfy.lF Mm. P. P. MohlerSof JJctroit. J h t Nia.1 licrnice hiinulillntr nan ar- nred to take chart!' of Mr. Iiella Arnold Francis' mlllmer' a tore J. T. White, aon of Mr W P. White, in very ill willi tvphoid feved at his home out on It V. I). No t lint. Kdcar lUjuoldt lms retunied ireru n viail to her dnui;hter, Mr. rWnl I.orknianu, nt Vllieetinea. hid. Mr. J. W. ('iH'kinif. of McKinnev, nvmnMiniod liia daughter, Mra. It. B. Hopkintt, to Dayton, O., for a vtait errraana, MMra, J. L Ilearley, J. M. Cover, Ktank Leece, Wood Gover and Gatewood Hear.ley left thia morning by auto for the State fair. .In dan J. P. Hnitey, Mer. T. J. Hill, Joe Murphy. GeorKu Stiddtith, Owtlay Mwland. It. ('. Du.ldemr .irxi ellierH went t the State fair Thura day aftumooa. Mnniiucr (ieottre Owen, of tlie epern houae, ha. been at l!rodhad "Ith hU mother, Mrv. Kate Owoiiii, i far tovural dn)li. Mra Owen ill ri7 livu and it u feated that she can t loni. Mr. A. li Alhrijcht and three pretty datiKhter-- , Miaaew Vivian, Nina and WMth Allinttht, of Hrodheiid, were in Hie city Thurkday afternoon return-int- r from Komervet where they the llaptint ajtaoeiHtinii J. Good hiw received word from her nephew, Kdwnrd Green, tayini; tlutL he had arrived wifely Mm. T. Iter. Mra Ailelia Wood ia vimtint! her brothers at Paint Lick. I)r K J. llroxtn went up to Ilrod-licaThurvlay to aee n patient. Mra. W II .Shank la iiitnnr her parent In Itichmond tint week Mr J S Itice m in Louiaville thit week lh State fnir -- fTM Mr John T Illntikinahip SbS apeiit Ttieadn and Weilneaday at the State fair When about to buy an article such as a Range, Mr and Mrs. L. P. Nunnellev arc Oeorgy Reed is attending the State FKM FOR RENT Apply to F. In Louiaville Reid, Stanford, Ky. 70-t- f enjoying the State fair. plays an important in the daily routine Hugh Noe u spending the week at fair NOTICE r- -, pentiltvnildcd To of the home, it pays to Mr and Mr. It. W. Palmer spent the State fnir. examine it carefully and be r, Mr. nnd Mrs John Hull lire attend- school tax Oct. 1. Settle with L. R. S.iturdnv with hi Mm. A. T. Hughes or me at First National sure you ing the State fair. Trajlor are getting the best range value. See C. H. Foster, Treasurer. f Mrt I H. (5rimi luia re'urned Rev and Mrs. P. L. Ilruce were in Hank from an enjoyable viait to relative Louisville this week. FOR SALE Intprnntioiinl trnsnlino how the MAJESTIC is built, why it lasts so long Mrs. C. K. Tate wont to Louisville ;hny press. Itirhmond. New engine and all in Mr Menefep Klmore, of Preacher-1!- " v eiltiesilay afternoon. good condition. Price right. J. Snm and why it is the best value. Miss Usui West, of Ijtncaeter. lms Holtzclnvr. Stanford. R. F. D No w.nt to the SUte fair Wedneti-- , 73-- 2 been the gust of Mrs. W. It. O'H 5. Your attention is also called to the MOORE i) aftrnoon Mrs W. M. Ilrinht i aaaiatinir her FOR SALK Three-hors- e fcrtdi-e- r ' Mias Jean AIR TIGHT HEATER, the best heating stove Patrick is assisting i' i. aahier Hnglit, in the Lin-- ) drill, used only a year, ' County Clerk Kelly J. Francis in his earling Southdown buck. and one "iintv ationat Hank. R. ('. M' Mm Will Wwt pnt the ofllco. It furnishes the heat and saves the coal. "! Nunnelley, Stanford, R. F. D. No made. Miss Ruin West, nf Lexington, 0. o ili Harry Wert Had Mra. A. T. 73-I- t 1 Come in and let us talk "Stove" with you. spent Tuesday with Mr. H. I). Al-lreet. il"r mi FOR SALK Two in. Dim. Mr W M. Hinton. of Ilazelhurtt, ridge. Kiltssuhjei t to register; possess W. H Hrown. of Lancaster, passed here MMtinir hia wife's par-M- r '.i Idooil. Weight Km poiiruN through to Louisville Wednesday nft Prii i s right nnd Mr. Dan Cooley. Junes Cannon, Mi M t Minnie Wnoili went to Red ernoott. Kiimev, Ky 70 tf ll"'-- . Madmon county, Thursday to Miss Cynthia Davison went to t her friend. Mr. V. R. Roinra. Richmond to spend the week-env il, Mim Jean Pa it on leavra MnnHav her mother. Mrs. Frank Phillip, joined a I .. Decatur. Ga . to marrieulaU at caate-Vicnea Scott College, one of th party Tharscfay and wont inatitutinmi of leamins in the the State Fair. S..'ith. Judge W. L. Dawson went t Miaa M L. Wade, who hat baen Louisxille . Wednesday afternoon wiih He. and Mm P I, Bruce for attend the M f,'ir. me moivtha, left thm wek for K. Mershon. Mrs. l.ni hlcjrir. a., to make her home. - arrived J. Wednesilav toof S.i. i hi i t Mr Joseph K Johnston, of Pittsan, I Mr. Ken Kd Wil daughter. Mrs. A. C. Hill. t'liiirh. I'a The Missis Straub ha'v h.ima. of Nu holaaville. are irueats of Mr Grorve P Itntfht and Mra. Susan from Louisville, where they I ought eager. stacks of millinery goods. Harry Weat. who ha been here Mist Lizzie Feeney and Miss with Mm A T. Traylor for several Hughes, of Lexington, h.t.v In i weeks. Ifft ThuriMlay morning for viiests of Mesdtunes J. S. and Y A Camp Euatit, Va , uhere ho is in Rice. training for aervice overceaa. Mrs. A. P. IIuiiii nnd Miss Sura Mr. Graimlle Lutes brouitht Itev llunn went to Louisville Thursday Carrier and wife up from Miildlo-biir- g morning to visit Miss Kliznbeth llunn Thurailay monnng to Utke tho and Mr. Royce Hunn. Mr. Lutes said train for Lomlon Rev. Homer Carpenter, of RichtliHt hi wife continues very low. Mr. J. V. ltobiiiAou, brother of Mr. mond, was in the citv Wednesday for J. II. Pnxton. ia spending n few weeks n short while. He is delighted with with her. He has not been In good his pnstornte at Richmond. Mr. II. F Rout left Wednesday health for some time anil hopes by the good attention he will receive in afternoon for Holly Hill. S C . to his sister's home to mioii be himself visit her son, ,eerly Rout, who is managing n big ice factory there again. Misa l.e visit Harris entei tmne.1 the Mrs Will Murphy is up from in Louisville to see her son, Ollio M'ir-filiBridge Club Tuesday afternoon charming manner. The her usual who has typhoid fever, but who f the club present were is doing quite as well as could be ex member V noils, .Mrs. K. P. pected. Mm. Robert Beginning 9:30 A. M. I will sell my nice little Woods. Mr. K. J. Ilrwn, Mrs. Ar D H. Sprngens, formerly of this thur Hill. Mrs J. S. Hue and Misn city, is now a pupil in the Mer. hnr The other Sue Taylor Knglemaii. di- Marine guest who enjoyed the gating with trict, at School, SecondI. N'avtilwrtesl Newport, It. Ho A. lrtliiue. .Mrs. them were .Mrs. ' he is doing finely. J. S. Owsley. Mrs. Hays luster. Mr that Mesilnmes W M. Mahnn, of I in Mary Hurch. Alfred Pence and Miss At the clttse of the games refresh caster and W. M. Stout, of Rnw'cn ) ing ice were ered by the hostess nnd Mr. William Iloltrelnw, of ?'ts Situated on top of Center's Hill on the Stanford and Hustonville through Wednes 1., soi'ri. passed assisted by Mrs. Ron ait Saulley. morning to Somerset to attend tlu( pike 6 miles from Stanford and 4 miles from Hustonville. Ilnptist asaociiition in session th r Catarrh Cannot He Cured This farm has a nice five-roocottage with three porches and CENT-A-WOR- D vi'i'i i.'a'iionh. .. 0"-win AD3i (ItSVtSP. nil Hie S..H "f Hie til'lliil a splendid cistern and all necessary outbuildings, including large A wr! fh inMie a ul f r .rrhI lis eoiiMiiutlnii mi i:ratlv an. ! f iU t il eoiHlltloiih. in must stock and tobacco barn. No ground on this farm has been cultiii or I r r to nire A vu I'uiarrhHike an MAi:VKLOUS"ewrhe".tt for sifo ' Meili.nt.ni.il in lull's anJ me U tkm In tnaily m'ls thru John Cameniah, Stanford, Ky., R. F vated for several years except about 5 acres and 7 acres of is 73- - Ip; D. Ko.5. lir hi hmI on ths ni'i us surfHrea o( tl vstpm. Iltll OU.irrh Mediiln f FOR SALE Typewriter!" Oliver1 now in corn and 8 acres in wheat stubble with timothy and clover ( d r All the Fascinating Element! of Screen Romance. Thf New York Tribune Saidi "Tarian of the Apet Mutt He Seen lo be Appreciated." STANFORD OPERA HOUSE THURSDAY. SEPT. 19, ''5 AND 35 CENTS. Embracing that part 71-t- ' Lam-Mate- d , d &33SII r Mir-L-- et mssmissimismi Of PENCE & HILL, Stanford, Ky. t -- xi-i- . ii Laiid? Stock And Crop. On Wednesday, Sept, 25 promptly at . Farm of 90 Acresm 1 i.vu ! in-- 1 t - that , h.A phiU'l.tns lie f i this cnunliy It Is nnn-i-.- l tor ir ef Hi.- I. it Win n kn.mii, i.' Wo.nl if t' .""hill I Hllll Hull in.ii-" Tee pei ' 'i"n of i. truer. li n,j n l . ii '..iu M it r. rllh'.l b) i I'. N'o. fi, - - J r mi n. is wi.m 1 ilia m eiil.il l h. I i iliii.ru tie fi e o wi ii.'. rfnl I id lloli ti 1 for O I'll - M" inn 'isf I ' A. ' K Props., Tiih'Jo, i'tii'm Vi L Welch's pi SALK Pair' oxtm heavy mules. Good ones. 11. 7:t-'C. Rnughman. FOR SALK One" Dodge roadster. 1 8 model, M. C. five new ensings. 7H-NVwland. Stanford. WANTKD about" HO tons of baled straw. Cook & Hollars, Stanford, CO-Kv.. IL 1'D. No. I. A good strong bugFOR SALK Rev. Fu'her gy, nNo n farm home. 74 '2 Leo. Ottenheim, Ky. FOR SALK -- Forty good steers, II Will weigh about 1,000 pounds. CJliuiK.imiu.or J. N. Cnsh. 73 2t FOR SALK 2.1 ewes, good ones, and a lot of nice clover hay J S. Murphy. Stanford, It. F. D. No. fi. FOR four-vear-ol- d 1 11 73-8j- tenheim, Ky. new. Rev. Father Leo, Ot-p 1 7l-'J- sown on it. Mas nice lot of fruit trees. Some as nice peaches as ever grew. Plenty of water on back part of farm. Personal property Six Nice Yearling Steers, Three Yearling Heifers, 3 Extra Good Milk Cows, 16 Ewes and One Buck, Good Family Mare, gentle enough for anybody to drive. One-hal- f interest in 7 acres of corn. Some household furniture and a few farming tools. This farm is only about one mile from nice church and good school. i ITfrj"rri,Titir'"':"trj,lfTi,TT'iiri'"",t ""'"ii itT'ntTffnii'ir finrTn',fiT!n!iiiii7iiniUTTTri,TtTtiifintiniTnTt 'irrinirrnTmil The Penny Drug Store The Kiddies Favorite Fountain SAFK Wanted n second-liiinMedium slzo nnd must bo in good shape. Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanf ford. J. W. Acey. I have n lot of SKKD WHKAT narvest King Seed Wheat. Will sell for $2.40 straight or $2.50 leclcitned. Harry Fryw Hubble, Phono No. 12. M0NKY TO LOAN on improved farms In Lincoln nnd Roylo counties. Rest terms. Lowest rate of Inter. 72-eat. liox 465, Somerset, Ky. d safe TERMS made known on day of sale. 71-t- E. D. PEYTON, R. F. D. 5, Stanford JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. , 1WI'yr' . "VT" w T' -- "" )ljr- i tic mtenoi Journal, Stanford, rventuoky, Friday, September 13, 1918 Inves-tigat- e LEXINGTON GETTING DRY When Transylvnnln College becomes n mllitnry enmp nt the opening of the fall term next week, Lexy ington will become nearly dry. every saloon will close, there being only n "fringo" on the out skirts which will not be hit by the dry lone ruling;, which nlo applies to the I'niMM'ity of Kentucky, where there l nlrendy n mllitnry camp. Ilnrs in the hotels will be hit just the some ns the regular saloons, nnd n trip of ninny blocks will be nccos-tssr- y for those who desire n "nip." which were closed Some .Millions when the enmp now transferred to the university from tho fair grounds can reopen ns soon ns the transfer is nUiclnlly complete. I'me-ticnll- Careful Housewives Will aw i LIEUT. CECIL WILLIAMS listed in the nrmy Inst May, has hern commissioned First Lieutenant. Mr. Williams Is owner nnd former of the Somerset Journal, the oldest Democratic paper In the moun tains: of Kentucky lie was chief clerk in the Insurance Department nt Frankfort during the McCrenry aiiminisiraiiou. lie nas neen stationed nt Camp Meigs since his enMr. Williams is the third listment son of Mr. nnd Mrs. M C. Williams to volunteer for Uncle Sam's pub-Ush- It has been given out from Washington that Cecil Williams, who en- This Opportunity aaYiSA" ' Read and Act "Brains to concclvo nnd energy to execute" expresses it in n nutshell. Just once got tho right Men In your head that you ought to own your own homo nnd quit giving away f of what you make to your landlord, but take it all for yourself, nnd then get busy and select what you want and BUY It. It Is nn injustice to yourself nnd family to continue the way you are. The cheapest nnd most plentiful thing in America today is Money nnd terms are so easy thnt you enn practically soy what it shall be. The following nrc n few of the many Golden Opportunities we have to offer you In the way of homes nnd splendid paying investments: Nn. 317500 acres of Innd of which over 200 acres are cleared nnd of this 200 ncres there nre about 125 acres in good orchard grass nnd in cultivation. This fnnn Is all under fence and plenty of good cross fence. It hna five houses, two of six rooms onrh, two of four rooms each nnd one of two rooms. It has two large tobacco barns. One of the bams it 100 feet long, and today would cost more thnn $2,000.00 to build it. The other barn Is an extra large barn and is stock nnd tolmcco barn combined. It is nbout 10x80. A complete blacksmith shop on place. This place is well watered by wells, c litems, i primes, creeks, etc. Good land. You can raise $0,000.00 or f 7,000.00 worth of tobacco alone on this farm in one season. It will produce ten barrels of eonn to the Here and no fertiliser. It it located at tho head of Hanging Fork. It will make A a plndid stoek farm. little rough, but as cheap aa dirt, and a fine place to make good money. The price is only $20.00 per acre and terms $3,000.00 down and I. -- lance at yoar until the rate of l.nOO.Ofl paul for. ThU farm will soon pay for itself. It will nay you to investigate this proposition as It will not be on the market long at this price. y A dandy N'o. 31R res. tb'iire on Iigan Street in Stanford, Kentucky, of twelve rooms nnd four large storage rooms nnd extra large bnicmont. This place is all practically completed and what is not finished the material is now on the ground to finish it with, and it will take nbout $75.00 worth more of work to complete it. The owner of this property is in bad . henlth and while he has expended in all up to the present of over $1,000.00 on tho property he has instructed us to let it go nt the low figure of only and terms rinlit. His loss is your gnin. Look into this proposition nt once. It is sure a live one. cottage No. 318 Nice four-roonnd outbuildings nil in good repair nnd cisterns. Garden and large yard. Price only $700.00 nnd easy terms. Nn. 319300 ncres of land. 100 ncres in extra fine lnittom land will raise anything. 10(1 ncres in good grilling land nbout 100 acres in extra good timber. Has house nnd two large halls and all nocewmry outbuildings. Two extra Inrge barns. Splendidly watered nnd cloe to graded school, churches, bank, etc. About 2 acres in orchard. This farm is n peach. Price down nnd Terms, one-hal- f balance in one, two ami three years. Look it over. No. 32081 acres of first class land iinar u splendid town. House of six rooms, barns, etc. Well watered and fenced. A good hemp nnd land farm. Price $10,500.00. down nnd balance to f Terms, suit purchaior. No. 321 02 acres all in young grass. Four room house, barn and Well nil necessary outbuildings. watered nnd fenced and young orchard. Price only $4,500.00 nnd easy terms. No. 322 50 ncres of land, one-hii- tf cleared and balance in timber. Three-roohouse, barn, etc. Well in ynrd and plenty of never falling aptings. Good peach orchard, Close to school nnd churches and in good neighborhood. All fresh land will rulso tobacco. Price $1,000.00. Terms right. No. 32392 acres, about 30 ncres cleared and in cultivation and balance in timber. Two houses, one of four rooms and one of two rooms. Three barns nnd other outbuildings. Well watered and fenced. Orchard of 150 apple trees. Closo to school n ml churches. Price $2,500.00. one-halbill-mi- re tmHe :jfffiSgfik rfimmtm MB?? , m w From the region of Cnmhnii west and eastward to the territory north and northeast of Soissons, the huns are mnking a mighty effort to ward olT tho blows of the Allies, for here, it is believed, the enemy lines nre in the most In spite of heavy critical position. r.uns and drenched ground the Itrit-M- i pushed forward townrd Cambral while the. French to the south ara within sight almost of Lit Fere and St. Qucntin. Farther to the north the I'ritish are neanng Armontieres and can tnkc the town nt will, it is to St. Gobnin Washington has received word from Ambassador Proncis that a I treaty between Germany nnd the Russian Ilolsheviki has been signed in Ilerlln by which Germany promises to protect Russia against Invasion Finland If the Bolshevik join I from the huns in nrms ngalnst the Allies. Russia also is to , For this protection 'give (1,000,000,000 marks to Ger many. J Destruction of a (Ionium gunfire from the American steamer Frank II Buck on" the Atlantic coast September 3 was reported to the Nnvy Department by the master of the steamer lie said that two direct hits were made. by Ladies' High Shoes New Fall Styles in Grey, Brown and Black set of Aluminum Ware for A RANGE ETERNAL and a the price of the RANGE. 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 kitchn utensils at the regular price of the range. Th'rtv-tw- o Points of Eternal Excellence make the Range Eternal Everlastingly Good. Its Hues are lined with Eterna-melv Inch never t lists or wears out and its patented polished top will not rust or pit like the old style polished tops on other ranges do. 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. Call at our store and inspect this range even if you are not ready to buy. It will be worth your while. al out-look- w. CRAB ORCHARD, E. PERKINS - KENTUCKY ZBUtUTCKP- - Your Binder nnrl Mnwpr m Nnf-- p will hn !. id s, out-coo- out-las- ts Due Sept. 1, 1918. Come in and get it, Please. pr 9 W. H. HIGGINS, No 5132 - - Stanford, Ky. D two-stor- GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Ky. Federal Reserve REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF str.ct No 4 THE. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky nt the close of business on August 31. 1018. Gates Half Soles , Try them and be convinced that you can make your old tire n by having; us halt solo it with the famous GATES HALF SOLE. It wil run you 3,500 miles without a puncture. new-one- The.e are a few of the prices at the present: I H 30x3 30x3 31x3 Vt ....................... ...M....H...H......M...MMM.M..M...M.............H.... ....-........-.- . ..a...Maa.MM. .. $ 1 0.50 12.70 13.45 16.40 M B OlXSjZ ulAS E H I I B H 3xt SjiiA I ........... ...... IJtlH 20.10 tbUaifO I I I I IB 31x4 ..m.mtMMn,,mm,.tltM.,.Mt.,t,.,, 21.30 1 Bring us your old tire and let us make it new. I The Inernational Rubber Sales Co. f I I I DANVILLE, KY. J. B. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. C. H. MASTERS, Local Agent. I I RESOURCES Loans nnd discounts (except those Oiown in Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured. I S Ronds deposited to secure circulation, (p.ir value) . . V S Bonds and certificates of indebtedness owned and unpledged Prem.um on U. S. Bonds Libertj Loan Bonds, 3&, I, and HI per cent, unpledged . Liberty Loan Bonds, 3H. I, and IM pur cent, Pledged to secure State or other deposits or bills payable . Bonds other than U. S. Bonds, pledged to e- cure potal savings tleposito .. Bonds and securities pledged as collateral far State, or other dejwsits (postal excluded) or b.lls pnable Total bonds, securities, etc., other thin LT. S. . Stock of Federal Reeerve Rink (50 pur cunt of subscription " "" ." Value of Banking House . .. Equity in banking house -. I'umituie and Fixtures . reserve with Federal Ilcw-rv- e Bank . Ca-l- i in vault nnd net nmounta rtue from National Hunks . .. Net amounts due from banks, bankers. nnd tiust companies other than included in Items 13, II, or 15 Checks on other banks in some citv or town ns reporting bank (other than item 17) .... Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank and other cash items Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer nnd duo fiom U. S. Treasurer War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps actually owned Utlicr assets, if any (bad debt charged olf) .... 1 and c) 100.000.00 $ l33,fi(Vt.18 1,0:11,(1(1 ... 50,000.00 168,000.00 1.0,100.00 120 1 " 00 00 SOCIO. on 39.787.n0 0,500.00 42,787.50 j nan no on 82,101.24 two-stor- six-roo- m .- 0,500.00 51,795.72 N $21,-000.0- 0. 295.20 200.52 112.71 J.OOO.OO 203.33 80.00 nno-hal- H0SS0B9BBHHHS9HHniliHEBBHaBSBMHHBHMiHBHHMBMBBBHBto: Total Capital Stock paid in Surplus funii I'liilivided profits Less current expenses, LIABILITIES v $708,125.70 $100,000.00 50,100.00 5,3.0.90 1,2 1 IG TEED SOME AND CORN MEAL. MEAL FEED IT DRY IT IS MADE OF MILL FEED, LINSEED MEAL paid interest nnd taxes $0,101.87 1,000.21 OF OUR RAPIER'S PIG MEAL. IN SELF FEEDERS, OR USE IT AS A SLOP. SUGAR CANE, ALFALFA MEAL, IS A BALANCED RATION. THIS PIG MEAL IN LOTS OF OUR FEEDERS ARE BUYING WACON-LOA- LOTS. YOU GET GOOD RESULTS. ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR. WHILE PASTURES ARE DRY FEED YOUR COW CREMO DAIRY FECI). SAME FEED WE SOLD HERE ALL LAST Interest nnd discount collected or credited in advance of maturity nnd not earned (approximate) Amountreseivod for taxes nccrued Amount reserved for all interost nccrued Circulating notos outstanding Net amounts due to Nntional Banks Net amount duo to banks, bankers, and trust companies (other than included in Items 31 or 32) Individual deposits subject to check Deposits requiring notice but Iom thnn 30 days . Total of demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve, Items ..I, 35, 30, 37, 38, 39, 40 and tl 100,739.30 Certificates of deposit (other than foi money borrowed) Postal Savings deposits Total of time deposits subject to losorvc, Items 12, 13, 11, ami 45 03,910.12 Bills payable, other than with Federal Reserve Bank, including nil obligations representing money borrowed, other than Total Stute of Kentucky. County of Lin, ss: I, W. M. Bright, Cashier of tho above-name- d SWear that tho above statement: (a trim in flin . ...w 1.91 4,791.20 98,900.00 10,142.13 1,388.81 1,531.91 300,551.85 40,187.51 03,3 15.58 030.54 WINTER. 15,000.00 $708,125.70 "" Imaf Hughes & McCarty Office Phone 180 Residence. Phone 152 and 184 KENTUCKY. r J. H. Baughman & Co. ...! wi'iiui. unit l.tl.. Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this 9th dnv of September. 1918. W. W. SAUNDERS. Notary Public bank, do solemnly .if tnv Ifiinurl.ulirn "JY.. ........V....W W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier. Correct Attest: W. II. SHANKS, S. J. KMBRY. It. L. HUBBLE, STANFORD, ... I fcamtiriSuMi -- . w jl,?j ,t.mK. - o TKe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, September f3 119! 8 Ffe Severt I' Tf PERUNA THE BEST MEDICINE FOR COUGHS AND COLDS L -- ifiP .VB? .22 Caliber r Miss Ivy day, Fain lew, Kentucky, writes: I iy, Inkrli tVriin. unit cm it lli.t It la I - liciit riff Uir fur ruiiKl n mIh! roltlr I H.r iw. I flint Hint It Mitn) It rurrn n rulil Ih ii lmrr 1 1.1 h- Ever Saw I Imp 111m IP- Rifles and Cartridges for Shooting Right nlKu lli "tin. ir tivtlipna anil liulM ' "olil l'!ilt. tlrny I up (o h lft l.r i I lireattier - I!erjJifr rptraHon to tin I' lilipil I nr Inl.li II In an Innmt Inflrni 1'nrin "EVERYBODY U Jiff.rcBM r,yAf rifl. arminj "tarfrt f eyu-rl- ri Th kootintf t..wrJ rlfirienry ltidmtftliouianJi 10 follow the CoTtrmntnl wi.I.m and ,lm,t tbc ffial NRA mall-lo- rt omrwi (oot military) aJvrwJ civilian asj junior roatl.mrn. ""'" "pollm trimluf tin (in... il Wii'nninf lo $t J ltwn fr nni.i.. H ,k' '.H?' .llm.IU... ?,' umc . w,,v SW ty Ufart.nj Oar,! I Dt1irt t Vuur Crnmifli(y 5m. II R. Cnvi .l id. F.,..rT ( J"f l.fi.4l... .U.I tl. ,,.,1,.. nil. Uk .. (JJi.m Ik. .'..!.. I IUIU Am , JKB WmI.uJ U.J.W vaiurtaa. 11 THE REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDCE COMPANY, t.. c I .,. nr.i.v, i. n,. ..j c.mv. ta.r room a I. tk. UaV mmJuJ .1 .,mmt r..tfj. ,.i ... it,. ""'- - IMC n ci.Vt n,fi, ..4 J c.r. ... J.w.t.,..,JJ( ,,., a.,,.,, rt,u. t. lrlk, s.i, .,lU,ll.A..i.li.. 1 J. WOOLWORT1I MUILUINO a'rlfaal. ..,, a J ,).... ,... ..il. WVM NtV I, YOKK MT. MORIAM Good old summer 1ms cone and fall hm begun tn make her nppear-.tncc- . w" love fall with her heauti ful Kolden rod and ililTerent colored leaver, but dread blesk old winter with her cold, blriik winds and beHU-tifPut the "Pay" into Patriotism. white snow. Mrs. .1. W. II nil preached a fine Lit Principal UplioM Principle. lie ii Komi .Man or a Ilotidmnn. sermon here on .Sunday Inst. SubMay Bonds ttnil IlilT the Hochc. ject "The Iletiuttes of llenven." She Bonds Put the Dnm in I'otsdam. also preached at the Methodist Iluy HontlH Ilcforc it's Verhoten. church nt HiKhland Sunday night to (Set on the Uoml Wilson. a large and appreciative congregaLet All llarluirism by Buying Bond Ilnr tion Mrs Herbert Delnney, of CincinWho Lncl.n n Liberty ilnnila Slacks. HomU Stienk Lomler thnn Wnriln. nati, is with her parent, Mr. nnd t)iC Up the Coin nnd Hury the Hun. Mrs. C. L. Davis, for nwhile. Her Couch Up or Take Your Mcili-cin- husband is in ramp taking training to help whin Hillie Knier. The much needed roof hn3 been It Takes thfMon to Heat the Hun. Iluy Ilonils now or Pay "Hill" put on our church at this place and we are now getting ready to try to Later. Iluy Ilonils anil Hinder llimlcn-biiri- give this tabeinacle of God a coat A COLUMN OF SLOGANS P not he n slacker. liny H llnnil nr lie n Jloche. Iluv ll"iul or In' Bombed. If U Iluy II Heat Ilornl Our Hoys to Victory. Mir Drdlnrn nre ii e. r. What is a Branch House? The Branch House is the place in the packing organization where what the packing plant does for you is put where you can use it. Both are the natural result of growth and development in the living thing they belong to. Swift & Company Branch Houses are located in distributing centers all over the country. They are fitted out with refrigerating equipment to keep meat cool, sweet and fresh. Each one is in personal charge of a man who believes in what Swift & Company is doing for people and wants to help do it. They are directed by men who have spent years learning how to get better meat cheaper to the places where it is needed. Meat is shipped to the branch houses direct from the packing plants in Swift & Company's refrigerator cars, in such quantities that it can be disposed of while fresh and sweet. Your meat dealer comes here to buy your meat for .youunless someone else can treat him better then we can. So you need the branch house in order to live well; and the branch house and the packing plant need each other.in order to be useful to you. JUST RECEIVED ! A of Fordson Tractors Two of These Tractors Will Be Allot-te- d to Lincoln Car-Loa- d Help Yankee Doodle Do the Hack PoniU of paint. Des-pu- t. llrae Ho by Iluyinj; Put Money in lioinU Not iti Ponbonn. If You Can't 1'inht, Your Money Can. 'I he More HontU the Fewer ' s. I'lk'ht for ItiKht, Contribute Your Mite. Ilv Th'ir HomN You Shall Know Them. A llond n Day Keeps the Kaiser iV ay. Pay Hit Way to St. Helen, i on Hut ils. Nothing. Herlin Will Give Us HomN for County! 1 1 DON'T LET SOME ONE ELSE GET IN ' Mi CI CER . The Danville Biick Co. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY L. B i CONN. Trcp. - ...tltll.l.ftlTT- - Walnut Strrrt. Phone 798 . ,.,.,.,ii-,..- .... ,. to, atives and friends. "Uncle John" Freemen Iluy Homln; Slavos Wear makes his home at Rowland. 'I hem. Miss Mary A. Iloone is isiting her He One of the Million to Lend the sister. Mrs. William Dunaway, of Stanford, for n few days. Hdlionx. Don't He n Miner and We'll Lick the Kaiser. There nn many In this countv who for Your Country or Slave will be delighted to know that Kev ft.r the Hun. Hcnjamin Helm and wife, Mrs. Nannie Caldwell Helm, who have been The Spanish Government has re- residing at Howling Green, have ceived a new note from Germany to make their home. They which denies the Spanish ships re- - are now at the Caldwell hom out on centlv torpedoed were sunk by Ger- the Lebanon road Danville Mess r. man submarines. The note declares ger. that Kritish submarines were m Negotiations, surveys and p'a.is for responsible. tho pun base of land whuh bae V iI i' i nf Itiilnnn's onressn'e'i been in progress for eight years b Ii m army scr ic the I. A: N Railroad Company to ruriMriil fur Nunc if KntU'k's i.Hilil dn m erect a dam southeast o- Coatt's at Mi Intosh. S. ijili of Jack-- n. the telegraph and water west i' ith rt .dit. was kilhd in a of Parksville, have been station tom- almost tn Frit pleteil - ii. ....,.,. I WB'ii ElgramBfl7ITIIflllTiii'i-i'!lr;.vy.TrfJTirrr....,wiffi i1 i ou Own. Hack Your Own With the Houil Miss Viola Hintt had a pleasant visit with Mr ('. M Young and family, of Highland, Sunday night. Mrs. .1. W. Hnll will begin n few lays' meeting nt Saufley nt Logan's Creek, church on Friday evening, Sept. 1:1. Kvery one is cordially to come and hear this woman of God proclaim Ills wonderful messages in all their purity. Mrs. Hnll never fails to interest God's children and will do the sinners good if they will come and listen to the wonderful messages this Godlike woman will deliver to you Come one and all nnd let's hae n large nudience Misses Mary Stevens and Ethl Mnjbnar were attractive guests of Mrs. Alfred Marshall last Sunday. Mr. J. C. Cogle, familiarly known as ' Uncle John." was visiting bis reld Se 1 - Swift i & Company, U. S. A. A&fSfefoA IWWMff-JJJ. A - Farms Fw ChoiceProperties and Desirable Town For Sale SEE US ' Charter Number 2788 Report of the Condition of Reierve Uiitrict No. 4 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky, nt the close of business on August 31, 1918. RESOURCES: Loans and discounts (except those shown in b nnd c) $310,350.10 Notes nnd bills rediscounts! (other than bank acceptances sold) (bee Item 57a) . .. $15,000.00 $295,359.1(5 95.92 Overdrafts, unsecured lT. S. Bonds to secure circulation (par value) 50,000.00 II. S. bonds nnd certificates owned and unpledged 20,000.00 70,000.00 Liberty Loan Bonds, 3't, 1, and 4',i por cent unpledged 37,407.50 37,107.50 Securities other than U. S. Bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged 19,309.58, 19,380.58 Total bonds, set unties, etc, other than U. S Stinks, other than Fedeial Recurve Hank stock 'Jtfi.00 Stock of Federal Reserve Hank (50 por cent of subscription) 2,500.00 1,700.00 Value of Hanking House 4,700.00 Equity in Hanking House . 3,500.00 Furniture and fixtures 25,500.00 Lawful rosone with Federal reserve Hank Cash in vault and nut nmounts due from national banks 20,370.22 Cheeks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting . 1,473.81 bank (other than Item 17) 21,811.03 Total of Items 14, 15. 1(5, 17, and 18 Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting 91.00 bank and other cash items Redemption fund with U. S. tioasurer nnd due from U. ... S. treasurer 2,500.00 1,117.18 War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps actually owned Total. LIABILITIES I Capital stock paid in Sm plus fund i'TVi', Undivided profits ?; 19.70 1,799.27 Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid Circulating notes outstanding . . Net amounts duo to national banks Individual deposits subject to check Certificates of deposit due in loss than 30 days (other than ........ for money borrowed) Total of demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to reserve, Items 3t, 35, 3(5, 37, 38, 39. 40 283,095.15 ... and 41 Certificates of deposit (other than money bororwed) . . Other time deposits Total of time deposits subject to reierve, Items 88.793.01 42, 43, It and 45 $50.0011.00 1,150.152 & Owens Dinwiddie Hustonville Moreland and CAR-LOAD OF Old Hickory Wag JUST RECEIVED E. T. Pence, Jr0, LISTEN TO THIS Wouldn't you like to livo In the midst of good churches, good schools, good people and shade? If so sec Stanford To the Public: rrprrwiit lh lirgril tin nuilfto ordir rliithlnir houM in tkti rountrr- -l V HI and Co. Mj i I'rt't wrlnr in lumuriDf mi dirrrtlnc llif nuk m ul juur rlolht-aiu lb lrr i1tuii orrr nnr who Ii not Uilor jiid irrlifl proralin 1( cu will glTi. m juur ordr, will i qusrc dfl Ii.u will grt Hip wnrlh ol ) mi niunrjr, rilbrr In th clinpfH jrdn vr I In lgbi-irlifi, ilj SPRING AND SUMMER mplrt Ii uow rrtd far out I Ilnr of I VM.-ato- . , 1 II tl $514,2(52.37 40,000.00 19,(100.00 72U.SU N B. L. FAGALY AT STANFORD, KENTUCKY He Has a Nice Home For You. PMtlon, AUCTIONEERING I can get you highest prices lor your land, stock, crops or household goods Salss Cried Anywho-- , JOHN DINWIDDIE. Mar.Und. H. C. RUPLEY: A Practical Dutinrai Can now and It I ma ihow ran . We will win this war Nothing else really matters until we do J 27(5,486.12 7,210.11) 18,(500.00 70,191101 Danville Business School Education solutely Nccetiary To A- ure Succeii. Ab- A. B. C. Dinwiddle Undertaker and Funeral Director Junction Gty, Kentucky The Danville Business School G'ves This For Catalogue and Information Ad- - drats D. B. HARRIS, Principal, Danville, Ky. The Flavor Lasts ?Bl.,2M..'i7 Liabilities for'rediscounts, including those with Federal 15,000.00 Reservo Hank (see Item Id) Statu of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, Set: I, C Cashier of the above-name- d that tho alive statement Is true to the best ofmjr Correct Attest: Subscribtd and sworn to before R. C EUBANKS. mo this 9th day of September, 1918. J. S. HOCKKR, W. M. BRIGHT, Notary Tubllc. S. T. HARRIS. Directors, Commision expires Jan. 11. 1920.1 h'jlffZ,tear Jnowland -- Ml y&r JT- - W ' 4 t. ' 'v J 4 Page Eight iW TAKE PLENTY VIN H9ATICA THIS SUMMER It will help you so wuch to with-- 1 sUndJIw Mat, keep you toned up, nnd Kclpr'wM-i- l off typhoid, chill, miliaria, and tthor dangerous summer Aliments. If you era suffering from hent now, nnd feel nil weak nnd rundown, nnul your liver, kidneys, stom-n- i nnd bladder are not working ri(ht, begin at once taking Vin the great rombinntion of eight of tho finest herbal remedies and tonics knowm to medical science for cleansing out, toning up the system, wnrding off disease, nnd keeping you in finest trim. Come in. nnd get n bottle now. Llnooln Phormncy, Stanford; f, WcJcrtc ft Son, Huston- - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, September 13, 1915 LAND, STOCK AND CROP Lutes & Lutes sold to R. M Houchln 20 heifers averaging about 400 pounds at nbout 7 ',4c. trotting Oro Wilkes, tho great horse sire, has been killed in Cnnadn because of the encroaching ills of " k- - ..' i : PUBLIC SALE SAT., SEPT. 21, 1918 At 2 O'Clock P. M. ng. D. M". Hurst, of Mlllcrsburg, hni bought of Col. M. W. Kcnlck, of o Mlddlctown, O., hi fnrm in Clark county, this State, for $04,000. Phelps llros. bought two of hogs nnd cnttlc last week. They pnid 1 18.25 per hundred for hogs nnd from C to 0 cents for cnttlc. A. Hunn bought five calves and five head of butcher stuff Inst Wednesday, yiutt, ivy. paying from 5 to 7 cents. Ilobson & lluford VanArsdnlc. of Hnrrods- - Pendleton, Grcensburg, received l.lfi burg, sold to G..J. Dnxtcr, of QuU-mn- n, cnttlc here last Thursday, nt 0 to 9 fin., a walking gelding for $2f0. cents. Atlnir News. 400-ncrcar-loa- Of My Household and Kitchen Furniture Consisting of set of dining room furof bed room furniture nnd niture, number of cxtrn beds, druggets, rugs, chairs, tabic, chinnwnre, kitchen utensils, cooking stove raid coal oil store, nnd other things too numerous to mention. Sale will be held nt my residence on Lancaster Street, Stanford, Ky. MADE TERMS KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. A. C. HILL Col. John Dinwiddle, Auctioneer. The R. L Burto Farm At Acutio On '- - . r S( BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS $6.50, $7.50, $8.50, $10 Here are the suits that will satisfy the needs of boys for school day wear; suits designed and tailored to look well and wear well, a great offering in connection with superior style. The values are remarkable. Wide choice at $6.50, $7.50, $8.50 and $10. Fancy suits in many patterns, military styles and conservatives, also Blue Serge Suits, beautiful garments, pants fully lined. Norfolk and military styles, sizes 6 to 18, Corduroy Suits $7.50, strong and durable, attractive military models, slant pockets, drab and blue colors. Sizes 6 to 8, all for boys. Come and see us when j'ou need clothes for the 1 SATURDAY, SEP. 21 190 Acres 19 Land In Central Kentucky DESCRIPTION 1 M Of The Best Tobacco, Corn and Hemp Six Miles Northeast of Lancaster on Buckeye Pike ;in t Garrard County. C . 1 1 .-- 1 Boy. PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS, Rl STANFORD Long level frontage on both sides of . It ".!.'" f wiiii improvement in center or larm. iviosuy level ana roiling witnyy small portion partly steep. SANDSTONE land which cives the s WEIGHT and COLOR and has made the REPUTATION of GarS rara county lotmcco. in nign state or cultivation, i dicing gooa, ana.; watered by living springs. 40 ACRES in rn, 8 acres in tobacco,, I J acres stubble sown to grass, 30 acres meadow, balance in Bh 1 1 11- pikfe ftl I 50HeadLiveStock at my home in the Eastern part of ford beginning promptly at 1 o'clock P. M., on I will sell at public Sale Stan- ! nrmoc s Tuesday, October 1st The following described property: phone and mail service. IMPROVEMENTS Splendid dwellirte, , , 5iJ two porcnes, one a large concrete porch, basement, bath room, water works, servants' house, garage, 3 hen houses, cistern and well. T eight-acr- e tobacco barns, two silos, two stock barns equipped with feed and litter carriers, stock scales, tenant house. Beautiful leyt yard t pike with large shade trees, good orchard. This arm.r.hM' been taken care or by the present owner ror ZD j'ears, he i i ri i i ic ri i i i i ,i Dreecier ana ieeaer or nigu cuiss siock, lea in Darns ana man,i w- -. the land in high state of fertility. two-story, j.t... f Jno-nn- lr a.w 1IU.. I...IW mil. fn nrnrtfl ivy ISWU OV.IIUUI, chnnl U1IV. il 1IU11 "xTrt-Kf- mr llllll. ten-room lr pUuff.li fnl... IW UlUIU'i lV.lbr 1 has-bej- e. . -- ma Pair work Mules, 16 Hands, sound, well BrokMules, 8 Yearlings. en; 4 2-Yr.-- 0Id Tobacco From This Farm Sold Last Year For Pound. Present Crop Will Brings $1,000 Per Acre. I KliF'i Mares, 1 pair d Three Brood Mares, 4 $ Draft Mares, sound, good workers, year-ol- d three-year-ol- 5- - One Driving Horse; One Jennet. Two Milk Cows to be Fresh first of year; 7 Jersey Heifers, All Nice Ones. 16 1 2-Yr.-- Heifers, Weight About 800 Lbs., 6 Yearling Heifers. 01d Mowing Machine, Hay Rake, Two Walking Cultivators, Two Turning Plows, Two Sets Buggy Harness, One Set Double Harnpss, One Set Brake Harness, One Buggy, One Carriage, One Long Shaft Oart. he land will be sold in three tracts, 60 acres with J i '" stock barn and tobacco barn, 90 acres with stock barn and co barn and 40 acres with tenant house. If the bidders 'desire. . kJU xru T CCI I IT TUC -- WA.V v. combine two or more tracts. t r "v ar WANT TO BUY IT. WJC . . .rf I r ..1 i at tne iana11oerore aay or saie. Tne owner or tne para look named below will be clad to show it at anv time. TERMS EASY, ifc At the same time will sell the following stock: 20 Shore hbrit' yearlings, 700 lbs.; 2 pair mare mules and pair hors0 mul74$;ov 6 years old; 5 pair mated mare mules ;'4 Short Hhorin registered SolithdoWb' cows with calves; 23 black faced ewes; buck; hay baler, manure spreader, ensilage cutterl2HP;gaMp engine and a lot of good farming implements. . j"t ir .For further particulars inquire of D. A. ThoniJSSiJSLm;'', Lancaster, Ky., or V. E. Moss, Lancater, rCy., oi? '"'jCLiWiT V 1 1 '- ........ 1 1 two-year-o- . ft ''-isrf t' ty. t x dwelling,'-- ' tpo; l. - - m m -- - 1 C 1 ryim r- T K. 1 ld I 1 1 1 -- ) Sale begins at 1 o'clock. Capt. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. Terms made known on day of sale. t W. C. Shanks, Stanford, Ky. Swinebro THE REAL ESTATE MAN. LANCAST1 r$.'".-to&u- -i vs,VJ'C j ( T: :r ., .f" '4.'K wt rr . ." ' W j Kiifl -. rri ,f?.s. Wffhi . v