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No. I5 - 2 'J The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, September v I 7, I9I8 Tuesdays and Friday l Pi f r- - r 1 f 1 I DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER WITH THE CHURCHES IT IS NOW P. M. PENNY WANTED A REASON WAYNESBURC Rev. W. O. Foster. of Snm Rrndley, son of Wllllnm Tho political cnmpnlgns in""uTe Mr. George L. Penny hns been t Mrs. Tom Hutchinson, of Ludlow, Is visiting her sisters here. State arc to open within a few days, of Rockcnstlq, wns killed in no- Mr J, S. Hockcr. will begin oiro- - postmnstcr since Sent. 3rd, but Mr. K. II. Stone, of Danville, wns nnd tho senatorial randidntcs arc to tion In France. .tractcd meeting nt the Christian neither he nor his predecessor, Mr. II. hlitfVi nt iiuiiiuii-in- i; iho guest of Ml" Lisle Singleton Inst declare themselves to the people of The Mercer countv flsml rnnrt I vMuis.il tv tills ntstttltln nnwf Qitmrtntf J. McRobcrts, knew it. In fact the iivai uuiiiiuj) Kentucky. Gov. Stanley, of course, elected J. W. Cummins poorhousc-keepe- r assisting the pnstor, Dr. A. II. Knugh. latter gentleman thought he wns the Wek. Tho Knptist church hns just closed "boss of the office," Mis Annn Pndgett, of Science Hill, will promise complete nilhcrenco to nnd voted to pny him $10 per but Sunday -- f spending n very fine meeting. Lnrge congre- pnpers were received which made few dnys with her pnr-n- t tho policies of the President nnd tho month for ench Inmate. here. Mrs. Paris Vaught is dead In the gations were present nt every serv- him nwnrc that he hnd only been a prosecution of the war. This will be Mr. Orn Thompson hns Just re- entirely satisfactory to all Sweeney's Chnpel section of Pulns-k- i. ice, and a splendid interest wns mnn-- , helper since about the first of the turned from Now Cnstlc, Intl., where nnd will make it certain Her hushnnd Is seeing service in Ifest throughout. Rev. W. L. Walk month. I he papers were delayed In er pnstor of the llnptist church nt transit, hence the uncertainty ns to lie hns heen working. that, with Mr. Stanley In the Sennte, France. Three children survive. Reynolds nnil Miss Carol the patriotism of the Stntc will bo Dnnville, did the prenching. Ills ser- Stanford's Mr Ivan postmnstcr. As postJ. D. Owens, confined in tho mons were practical and relatives nt Stan-for- d properly represented. Whccldon visited master. Mr. Penny is filling the bill Jnll on n chnrgc of horse stenl-Inand the people listened with un- splendidly nnd ns n retired office Dr. Ren l. Ilruncr, the Repuband Morclnnd Inst week. nnd Lllhurn Drown, who wns Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. M. Reynolds nnd lican dandldntc, will nlso mnkc n, serving out n fine, csenped by tun- abated interest. He wns unsparing in holder. Air. AicKoborts will now enhis denunciation of worldlincss on joy a good, long rest something thnt little daughter, Lucy, spent Sntur-aln- y pntriotlc speech. The Courier-Journ- al neling through tho wall. night nnd Sundiiy nt W It. Sin-I- t but it is not n fortune-teller- , Three automobile bandits nftcr the pnrt of professing Christians, but ho has needed for a long time. His might venture to anticipate some of waylaying and wounding the two very tender In his nppcnls to tho legion of friends nre glad of his opleton's. nnd the things tho doctor will say. His guards enrrjing n $2(i,000 The influence of his person-nlit- v portunity to rest up and hope thnt Mcsdnmcs Lucy II. payroll nnd his ministry will long abide he will soon be well . nnil strong. party is committed to equal suf- for a mine near Peorin. III., nppnr-cntl- y Sarah Jnne Gnocli, of Somerset, Mr. M. F. Padgett nnd family frage and national prohibition, nnd became frightened nnd fled, in this community. The church hns Stanford has been especially fortu-nnt- e will undoubtedly indorse nbnndnning their loot. been inspired nnd greatly strengthDr. Ilruncr in hnving efficient men to hnndle last week. There were the mails and we nre confident thnt Mrs. Mnttie fSooch nnd Misses Eva them, nlthough they will In all likeAdvices from Stockholm sav that ened by nls coming. and Irene Singleton spent Tuesday lihood be disposed of before the the Russian masses arc displeased tweny nddltions to the church. The the good town hns never had two l, more efficient ones in her nostoffico n1?ht nt I. C. Singleton a nnd nttend-t'- d next Senntor from Kentucky takes his with the new commcrcinl ngreement singing wns led by Mr, K. L. of Ashcville, N. C. He is n thnn the present nnd retiring postmas sent. He will declare that ho Is for between the Soviet government and the pic supper Rev Leslie Smith, pnstor nt Science the nntion nnd the wnr nn'd for the Germany nnd nre preventing the master of song nnd of audiences, nnd ter, it is plensing to note thnt Miss y besides he is one of the finest per- hmma Hays will remain with PostPresident' conduct of the wnr. He shipment of cloth to the huns. Hill, filled the nppointment here nnd Sundny llrothcr Conklcv mny not go o fur ns to guarantee The Hrltish steamer Galwny Cas-ti- sonal workers that has ever been In mnstcr Penny, but the public will from an English port to South our midst. His wonderful tact and lenrn with regret that Edwin It conducting n series of meetings nt a minute ndherence to the ideas of Woodrow Wilson, but the patriotic America, wns sunk by n submarine consecration ndded no little to the who has been such excellent Pulaski. pcech will bo in Friday morning. Many women nnd siicceii of the meetings. He sings help will likely resign and go to colIs cloed this week on ac- references in his School nnd prays nnil preaches cqunlly well. lege the principal, Prof Little, the mnln, satisfactory. The Courier-Journcount of children on board the vessel were hns reiterated thnt the being cnlled to his home in Jnckson drowned One hundred nnd eighty-nin- e Come ngnin brethren and Harrods-bur- g nre just ns earnest in their will give you a royal welcome. persons nre missing. county by the local hoard It is HAIL AND WIND DAMAGE Harrodsburg Herald. hoped he enn soon return nnd re patriotism ns the Democrats nnd Just MnJ. Gen. Sir Frederick Maurice, Hail and wind did n grent deal of ns firm in thcic stand for pushing the Ilntish military critic, says that sumo his work damage in nnd nround Crab Orchard Tho I' S Civil Service Commls-nl- n the wnr to the glorious dn of n the imnortant feature of the Amer- nAPTIST MISSIONARY MEETING during the thunder storm yesterday ican offensive Is the clenring of the hns nnnnunced nn examination pence dictated hv the Allies The W. M. U. of the South evening. Hnil as big as hen's eggs for the county of Lincoln, Ky , to he Association will hold their fell, breaking window glass, stripping Thus the situation in Kentucky railway line thnt connects Verdun, lield nt Stnnford ntul Somerset on will be that two candidates offer Toul nnd Nancy, thus giving the Almeeting nt the Huston-vill- e the blades off of fields of corn and fill the position of themselves, lies better opportunity for maneuver. Oct 12, 19l8,to Knptist church, Thursdny, Sept. playing havoc with tobacco. Many both uncompromising rurnl carrier nt Wayncsburg nnd Americans both supporters of the 18 Kentucky's registration under the' 19th. Quite a number nre planning farmers had their wops of the latter 15 selective service law probnblv to go from the local society nnd nil ruined. thnt mnv Inter occur on rurnl wnr program, but one n party George D. Koone's 30 ncres routes from other postoffices In the but five of tho societies in the association will of corn was badly used up nnd ten of the President nnd the oth- will go to 270.000.-'Wit- h nbove mentioned countv The Unless Dr the State's 120 counties missing. Mai. be represented II. Morgan, ncres of buckwheat, just readv to Mrs. J. er his party iititngonut s will he open only to male of Harrodsburg, the nssocintional cut, was ruined. All of the lights Ilruner is to declare himself n Dem- iiienrv Knoiles, selective service who nre actyjilly domiciled In ocrat, f believe the foregoing statefor the Ststc, found thnt the en- superintendent will preside over the on the South side of the Knptist the" territory of n postnlllce in the ment i a ffict that will not 1h re rollment last Thursday wns 258,452. meeting nnd the following subjects church were broken out, 3G lights in London regards the Austrian nem o will be presented' "Our Watchword the home of George D. Koone were count rind who meet the other re touted bv the sensitive Republican mnrements st forth In Form No. nreiw and leaders which the Courier-Journ- .note as a pitfall to the Allies Mrs. J. C. shattered, many in the mill were is and llvmns for 1918-19held that Germany and Austria are McClary, Stanford; "Our Plnns nnd broken, while nnd application 1977 This form the big, new silo urcnu somehow unable to not readv to nbide by the basis for Ideals for 1918-19.- " mnv be obtained from tlu of pUnse blanks Mrs. J. II. Mor-rn- Messer, Kright and Pnxton had just The choice for the voters ware laid down by President Wilson ficos mentioned nlmve or from the will Hnrrodsburg; "How We Get nnd built wns blown over. Fortunately it therefore, between n mnn of I S CimI Service Commission at the Prenident's political partv anil a It is nlso held as a foregone concluHold New Members," Mrs Owen Ter- - contained no feed. John Green Applications mn or onnosite political lultli Washington, D. C sion thnt Austria is the catspaw of bnno limner's Pbnnel? "Our Htltv Fletcher hnd 13 shoots killed by the lie forwarded to the con mm jto the Young People of Our Church,1' hail stones, nnd trees of vnrious war has , uermanv The administration of the The Wnr Revenue Hill nnd the Mr wniker. uanvnic; "uur state kinds were uprooted by the severe sion nt Wnshlngton at the etcrl st Iwen untit r the high command of a During the r prnctirable date Wnf Depnrtment Hoard," Mrs. J M Shoue. Dan- wind, which did much other dnmage. Democrat and a party maloritv in $7,000,000,000 of the present war the fm-- Congre, with men of all parties hmergency Kill are both up for final ville; "Wnr Mothers' Club." Mrs E. The storm was a costly one for the mn will in accordance with the lalmring earnestly, to carry out the action by Congress this week The L. Rinihart Stnnford; "W M U. East End. but fortunately most of request of the Post Office Depart- program That our unitv of action five minute rule has been put on the Training School," Mrs J L. Adkins, the tobneco losers had hail insur- Wnr Revenue Kill in the House Perrwille. The devotional exercises admit women to rurnl earner has been s" ment that the war examinations upon the same condi- program rould be guaranteed in ad- Lenders in both houses are planning will c led bv Mrs. H Clay Kottom, October THOMPSON SELLING FARMS tions as men. of Junction City, nnd Miss Mnncie vance nnd counted upon bv the Al- on RegionnI vacation. directors of the Railroad Ware, of Hustonville. lied armies arose chicflv from the Col. Monroe Thompson, of Waynes-burAdministration were instructed to MARRIAGES was a cnller fact that the representatives of the clnim the I. J. office deferred classification for rail- 19 TO 37 TO BE CALLED FIRST Saturday. He was ntaccompanied by were in control of Snm Wnddle nnd Mis Hennio'Duke President's rartv N'o Dcjnocrntic caucuses road general officers, shopmen, trainCongres his friend, E. J. Surber, of Ludlow, Ronrd of Lincoln County eloped to Hclcnwood, Tenn , from jardmon, road nr,i main- hnsThe Local the following order from who hnd come over for n brief visit were necewury to insure majority men, skilled way Somerset nnd were mnrried. received tenance of foremen nnd skilled Sergeant Lewis Smiddy, formerly oto for wnr measures because the workmen, telephone nnd telegranh op- the Provost Mnrshal General: "The to the people of his old his old home of Iteil Ash, Whitley county, wns President is not only the lender of President directs that in calling and at Waynesburg. Col. Thompson has other essential killed in France Privntc Clark Hall, the country but of the controlling erators nndexposure by theemployes drafting for military service the per- been making sales of real estate right Further United sons who registered September 12, nlong, but declined to give out but of Harlan, died fnihi wounds re- party in Congress m well On this Imsis the President hns States Government of the ram'fica-tion- s 1918, only registrants who on Sep- two of the transactions, the others ceived overseas. of I.enine nnd Trotzky shows tember 12. 1918, shall have at- he promised to divulge later. sway Kenuti- The He The engagement of Miss Ida LIU been in full millions were deposited in neu tained their nineteenth (19th) birth- sold .Mack Kstcs the John Waddle I aril nnd Judge wnnam uowiing, oi lirnns nnil we believe this will in that banks by tinl the German govern- day and shall not have attained their farm of 10 acres for $2,500 and to N. speech Ijiwrenccburg, hns been nnnounced. elude Dr Ilruner's opening ment for these traitor in (37th) birthday, shall K. Triplett he sold 140 acres on h The wedding will tnke place in Wash- 'irrtfers thoindve satisfied with the spreading the use of pronngnndn ami nnti-All- y conduct of the war The Demo ington Citv in October be called for classification and Fishing Creek for J3.G00. Col. Privnte Delmont Cundiff, of Camp 'ratic lender nre asking the voters hi destruction of allied stores at drafted for military service until Thompson says tho people of his section nre waiting rather impatientA day will hereaftTaylor, and Mis Kmmn Girdlcr. o retai" them in control of Con Vladivostok. Covered from head to foot with further orders." by the Provost Mnr-sh- ly for the pumping of oil to begin. daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Milford cress. What reason do the Repubdesignnted trench mud and carrying his gns er be General when the mailing of The pipe line has been laid from tilrdler, were quietly mnrried at the licans give for Hiking thnt the con- mask in one hand nnd his steel hel- questionnaires shall commence. A vote for IlruIn vvnynesburg to the oil field, 5 hoBic of the bride, on Cnney Pork, trol shift to them the other, Secretary of War ncr means a vote for a Republican met in returned to Pnris Saturdny pursuance of the nbove order ques- miles, and when tho pumps arrive nenr Somerset. For whnt linker 10, nnd majority in the Sennte Willie M. Prows, nged tionnaires will only be mailed to those business will begin in earnest. As the Republicans seek night after having spent the two pre- between the nbove nges until further stated before in these columns, Mr. 'JO. nnd Isnac nurnose do I.nnn Mae Gibson. They can not deny ceding dns with the American orders are received. Local Hoard Thompson believes that the Wnynes- Walker. 19, and Sella Lee Prows. 101 that majority troops, arcomnanvine them ns they Lincoln County. ourg nem is going to prove a paynil of Ocnln, Pulaski county were thnt the present majority hns marched into St Mihiel ing one and that he expects big out the President's wnr mnrncil nt the home of How George Indications nre that the German things from it during the coming DIED" OF HIS WOUNDS in which they express confiHargis, Rev Hargis olllciiitiug dence nnd to which they adhere people arc becoming bitter townrd Cnrter. son of Charles Carter, enr. the this condition be- of JesseWest End. died in France from Wherefore, then, do thev want conChamberlain's Cough Remedy the PRESBYTERY MEETS TODAY Whv should Kentucky.replnce ing brought to a head by the ireat injuries received in battle. He was This is not only ono of the best nnd trol Republican And, military failure on the western front, taken into the service more than n most efficient medicines for coughs, 01li James with a The Presbytery of Transylvania hns brought down more logic itself, why vote which not been in France colds, croup nnd whooptng cough, but in the name of ago, in the Presbyterian Tho vur long but had he roceied his will convene evening. Republican against ritu iin upon the Junkers a local foi imwhen The following church this i$ also plensnnt to tnke, which is feeling is being fanned to flame by vciy medicine, must bo Swntrer Sherley in Congress exceptionally order of exercises will be observed; portant when a He was nn Perhatw Dr Ilruner will answer the political strife in Austria announce- This evening nt 7:30, onening young children. Chamber-Iain'- s given to Washington military experts re- fine joung mnn nnd the Cough Remedy hns been in use thoc questions in his opening speech. cast a fcrloom D, R. L. Telford. of his death cord Gen. Pershing's victory of great ment the community has which he was sermon by Rev. Wednesdny, 9 D. 11 many years nnd 1ms met with Tky ketsl an answer Courier-Journa- l. in to for Richmond. strategical importance since it re- over in such high regard. Col. John of M., business. 1 1 A. M., nddress by much fnvor wherever its good qualiA belli lieves the French troops holding H. Dinwiddle, who knew him well Rev. W. II. Hopper, of Louisville. Many ties have become known. Verdun, and the wiping out of the VIVE LA TANCE! mother have given it their unqunlf-fivwho was here this morning, said Afternoon Missions nnd Sunsalient may be followed bv n great and wns one of the best young men dny school session, Evening, 7:30. serendorsement. Wm Scruby, work. A word a name . oncirclinc movement against the he ever knew and thnt his death was mon bv Rev E. M. Green, D. D of Mo.,Tvrites, "I have raised he So llhtlv timed stronghold of Metz, the renter calamity. three children, have always used Danville. In othr ynr of the Germnn front from the n Cough nnd ( hnmbvrloin's Remedy From, pen or tongue, North Sen to the Swiss border. Coughs, BIG ENROLLMENT AT CENTRE will Government for id it to be the best fur The United Fair Franco, I Mrs R Shearer of. Wavne definitely nnd States The largest enrollment in the hunol In nnd croup. It is pleasant to emphatically reject the countv received n letter from Sec. proposal of the n dred yenrs' history of Centre Coltnke Hoth adults nnd children like Vou hav brnmi Morgan, 95th government for a pence discussion. lege has been made. Up to last night ond Lieutenant Peter My wife nnd I have nhOivs felt it A name for toam; Conipnny. 0th Regiment, htnting that 'I his boys ! word, stripped tnfc from croup with It in the house." .was announced last night by one hundred nnd seventy-fiv- e A her son, Albert L. Shearer, was killed Secretary Lansing, with the authortiv had matriculated nnd many are known Chamberlnin's Cough Remedy conOf it guy fame Young Siie-ire- r wns a in France Wilson after he had to have remained nt home to regis. tains no opium or other narcotic. Ah France! member of the marines that did the of President official text of the pro- tei, while others will not nrrivo unbrilliant lighting in June, and started read tho note of reply a single til October, when the military deRED CROSS NOTES fnr heart inn it rive the grent victoiy that is being won posal. The declares that the posi- partment will bo set into operaparagraph Tho primnry grades, the first four, I's rtiddaat bl.wxl for liberty. exUnited States has been tion. The full attendance will Dan-vjllTo How with Oil i. in tho Stanford schools, are the first President Wilson emphatically re- tion of tho c proposals thnt ceed two hundred young men. Proud France! in the country to send their check for jected the Austrian peace faeler The clearly stated and nowith it will bo Advocate. nre not in keeping tho ndoptlng of n French orpbnn. The his recent Haltimore words of Our souU unphrine. second school in the county to be 100 speech, in which he said the wnr considered. Tin brotherhood' "HILLTOP" TO SELL THURSDAY per cent Red Cross is Kllison school would be pushed with "force without niG RATTLER KILLED Wo fall or llve- J. II. Rnughmnn's magnificent at Eubank, taught bv Miss Klsiu Sin-l-stint of limit," wero reiterated ns the A. P. Krackett bought a dend "Hilltop" fnrm in noyle countv will With Fiaqce! ton. This, together with n pie nnswer to Austria. Kchind Vlennn from n Crab Orchard man be sold Thursday by Col. G. K. Swine-broasupper, hns more thnn ennbled them Washington sees Germany nnd the the other day, payhad killed the Lancaster N'snle wizard." Ami tliuuuth our pain, to ndopt their Trench orphan. How proposal to discuss terms as another who 25c for it. it He will send it to ing This is one of tho best farms in AeiO's the seas ninny other schools nre working? phnse of the pence propngnmln which n denier in Central Kentucky, containinff 510 sell it We Ftrctcli ii hand, have been planning Cincinnati and curios. toThe varmint tho nnd n relics or We lift our oes Giving his personal views of the in nn effort to hold whnt territory such eight rattles and a button nnd ncres and located withinontwo the best To I'lunrd! half miles of Dnnville they have gained by unlawful con- had nearly five feet long. Austrian pence note, A. J. Hnlfour, pike in the county. 750 cnttlo and quest and treaty. Karon Kurlun, Aus-ttin- was British Foreign Secrctnry, said it was Though Inui'hter dies. anything eon Id Foreign Minister, is regnrdd CHAIRMAN STOLL MAY COME other live stock will nlso bo sold. that incredible Thy name shall stand Seo page "ad" elsewhere in this come, of it. Ho added that mere ns tho diplomat who launched the For libertv'a It is very probnble that Chnlrman paper. conversations were practically uselatest pence offensive. Unsullied reign John W. Stoll. of the Eastern Diviless and exposed the inconsistencies O denthless name SALES AT WAYNESBURG sion for the Fourth Liberty Loan, imODHEAD MILLS TOR SALE of tho German nnd Austrian peace here FriTho Farmers' Club of WaynesO' France! moves. The heirs of John Riddle, deceased, will meet with tho bnnkcrs can not burg will have a horse nnd mulo snlo tho event he Una Wiight Hubbell. day, offer nt privnto sale tho Rrodhend Rol- come. 20th. In Field Representative W. L. nt Waynesburg October 3rd, when 50 RUMMAGE AND STOCK SALE ler Mills located at Krodhead, Ky Thrulkeld will be present. pairs of work mules, 100 yearling SWINEDROAD'S LAND SALES On Friday, Oct. 11th. tho Lincoln This property is well located, pracand weanling mule colts, n lot of Thursday, Septembcr'19tli tically new nnd well equipped in County Chapter of tho Red Cross will GOOD FOR BILIOUSNESS horses, etc., will bo disposed of. T. GtO acres in lloylo countv for J. every particular nnd doing n splen'hold ii rummngo nnd stock snlo nt "Two years ago I suffered from J. Ellis is president nnd II. P. Day, II. Ilnugbmnn, two miles of Danville. did business. Terms will be mndo to Peech Point, the homo of Robert stomach trouble secretary of tho club, which is a lively Friday, September 20th Hilt purchoser. Titlo perfect. For frequent attacks of near Shelby City. It is Seeing Chamber- one. 921 acres three farms in Garrard particulars address Mrs. Kliziibetb J. and biliousness. hoped Hint n good crowd will bo ures-c- n Tnblets advertised I concluded 71- - U lain's nnd that n good sum will bo rent-I7c- county. Two nnd a half miles from llnil. Krodhead. Ky. to try them. I improved rapidly" AN INTERESTING MEETING Ilrynntsvlllc. tht) good cause. for Miss Emma Verbrjke, Lima, Ohio. Rev. A. Ij. Cuulder. -- pnstor of tho Saturday, September 21 at DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN colored Kaptist church of this city, 190 ncres for R. L. Hiirton, six For d'nrrhoen in children ono yoar rUEL NOTICE LIBERTY LOAN TRAIN tells this pnner that tho meeting conold r elder you will find nothing betPlnco jour order for coal with miles from Lnucnstor. The Liberty Loan Train, carrying ducted nt his church last week by Wednesday, September 25th your denier now nnd ho will deliver ter thnn Chnmberlaln's Colic nnd 1 1 1 acres In Roylo county for J. Remedy, followed by n doo a lot of wnr curios, together with Rev, Timberlnke, of Georgetown, wns your older nn ho enn get coal from Stanford believes nnd the mines. Tho maximum ton de- It Humes, two mid n half miles from of ccitci oil. It should bo kept nt good spenkora, will bo nt of its ar- n nreaX succoss resultthat ho it. Durfrom much good will hsud nnd given ns soon as tho fimt on October 3rd. Tho hour livery is cancelled. Lincoln County Dnnville. ing tho meeting a service flag with 2 1 uiiuntrrul looseness of tho bowol.s rival will be given later. Fuel Committee, by 0. H. Tnte, stars was unfurled. Work on tho grent artillery can- nppeurs. chairman. tonment at Stithton is being rushed TEACHERS' EXAmWtIONS LADIES. A WORD. PLEASE White teachers' oxnminntion, Sept.,. "Turzan of tho Apes," Opera "Tarznn of tho Apes," Opera to complotion with tho ulm of openColored teachers' examinn-ii..- Is Keforo you buy, como Hnd look nt 1 ing Camp Knox by December 1 to House, Thursday night, 19th. House, Thursday night, 19th. i. Sunt mv new hats now on display Miss Knt ot '28 G tho men now Micumncd at West 74 at Ella May Sounders. Prepare for Fourth Liberty Loan. it Prepare for Fourth Liberty Loan. Point. g, heart-searchin- g, d. Wol-slngcSnt-jinlne, Wol-hurn, nl Dis-trinn-nu- nl all-da- y sun-portexnm-limUon er 'it ," !. n. I n g, thirtv-spvent- nl enr-rie- d pro-cra- THE LATEST WAR NEWS The Americans in their drive in tho St. Mihiel salient hnvc nrobnbly trapped between 50,000 and 00,000 Germans. The Hnvns Agency reports thnt tho Germans had between 90,000 nnd 100,000 men, nnd thnt they escaped from the "trap" nt the rate of 1,000 nn hour. This would account for 36,000 mnking their get nwny nnu leaving rrom 54,000 to 04,000 in the pocket mnde by the of the Americans. Edward L. Jomos, in his account of tho battle, mentions tnnt nohimi the American lines were n number of the enemy, in fnct thnt the advance hnd been so rapid thnt much of the ground they hnvc traversed wns almost unexplored, paradoxical as that may seem. The capture of the prisoners and the dash or the Americans is vividly told in this story. A new attack ni?ninst tho German lines is hourly expected ns the nnswer to the Austrinn pcaco proposals. Where the blow will fall Is not indicated, but Washington officials believe J'och's strategy contemplates such n move. The greatest reticence is maintained regarding the tactics of the Americans in the St. Mihiel sector. The military critic of the Courier-Journnnd the New York Times interprets the recent offensive of Gen. Pershing ns hut the beginning of a grent turning movement of the nllied forces designed to reduce Germnnv west of tho Rhine to the state of Belgium nnd Northern France, to give the huns "a taste of their owx medicine." Trotsdcy nnd Lcnine hnve plnvcd the part of Judns with the Russian people. Proof that thev had sild out their country to tho Germans is "hown in dinlomntic papers made public by the Committee on Public Information. AH the scheming of the Kerlin intriguers, aided by tho forms another link in the chain of German dunlicity. Russia was exploited through the machinations of the band of traitorous Russians, nnd at the same time Germany double-crosse- d the BolsheviH in the seizure of tho Ukraine. Count von Hcrtling, Imnerial German Chancellor, declared Friday that peace is nearer than is generally supposed. He said the government nnd the army were "opposed" to "all conquests." The St. Mihiel snllcnt has been wiped out by the Americans nnd thousands of prisoners taken. All objectives have been reached nnd Americans now arc on the German Gen. Pershing anborder line. nounces that 13,300 prisoners have been captured. During the attack American planes bombarded the Germnn lines and dropped bombs on German towns. The Germans, driven from the St. Mihiel sector by the American First Army, nre strengthening the old Von Hindenburg line with the evident intention of mnking a strong defense of tho jeopardized iron mines of Bricy and the city of Metz. Roth tho French nnd Rritish have during: mnde substnntinl ndvnnces the past two days, th.e former along the Soissons front, where they captured several thousand prisoners and a colonel nnd his staff, and the latter by approaching St. Ouentin nnd improving their linck there, thus damaging the Hindenburg line. Austria, in her peace note, calls on the belligerents to discuss wava nnd means for ending the wnr, which, Viennn nsserts, enn not be won hy the sword except by slaughter. By discussing the situation a basis for pence might be nrrived nt, is the statement of Vienna. al pseudo-Socialists, nl -- ii ARRESTED ON SUSPICION George DeJohn, of Peter Kolep, who conducts a soft on Depot street, wns drink house son-in-laed -- r d Chil-licoth- c, but-trof- Austro-Hungarin- - li ke d, Saturday afternoon nt the instance of tho Jocnl bonrd and placed in jail He had no card to show that he had registered, but his wife went to her home in Hnrlan that nicht nnd found n registration card. Tho bonrd here was not yet satisfied about DeJohn nnd had considerable telegraphic communication with the Cincinnati bonrd. Two wires author-i7e- d the local board to hold him, but another came at about noon today saving that he might bo released, which was done forthwith. Tho fellow. Arlip, who worked for Kolep, nnd who was jailed as n slacker somo week or ten days ago, is still in durance vile. HEAD MASHED SHAPELESS A Georgia negro, working for Wil-In& Roges. who nre double tracking the Q. & C, nenr McKinney, fell from the train he wns riding from tho work nenr Green river to the McKinney depot nnd met instant death. His head fell under the wheels nnd wns mashed into a shnpeless mnss. He wa,s buried in the colored cemetery near McKinney. rd n nominee for U. S.-- Senntor, will spenk nt tho court-hous- e in Stanford nt 1 o'clock next Snturdav afternoon, 21st. The doctor is said to be n vcrv interesting spenker nnd will doubtless bo well received here. DEATH OF LITTLE GIRL Mr. and Mrs. William Perry, of the Waynesburg section, were cnlled on Inst week to givo up their bright daughter, who was littlo laid to rest in tho Olive burying ground Friday, The little thing hnd been ill most of tho summer. ld DR. BRUNER HERE SATURDAY Dr. Ben L. Kroner, tho Republicnn .Oar-boshlr- e. d 20-2- Sliit-b'toi- I will bo nt Crab Orchard Saturday for tho purpoo of collecting taxes. Please meet me there prepared to settle. II. C Hnufc'hmnn, It Shoriff Lincoln County. Col. Qulncv D. Love, of Danville, president of tho Stanford Hotel Co., has entered into a contract with tho Wnr Department to have charge of the mess luvll at Centre College CRAB ORCHARD SATURDAY i' '- -, Page Two LETTER FROM "OVER THERE" Somewhere In France, Aug. 18. Mr. Edd Farmer: Dear old 1018. I am thinking of school mate: our old piny day which wo used to have together and know wo nre far away from each other but we mnv be together some day again. Well, I nm in the hospital at the present, but will be able to go back to duty soon. I was wounded In the neck and gassed also, but I foil as if I was Rood for n dozen Huns yet. I was on the front and went over the tcp. get It is sure funny, though, tomany them you on the run and sec how can bomb off before they got In their They arc sure fond of n holes. hole. Hut they are in one now they won't get out of soon for they stnrted something they couldn't itop. I was talking to n German prisoner and ho snid they could tell when the Americans were on tho line. He snid they could tell by the crnck of our guns, and believe me, they can toll some of these days we arc in Berlin for we American soldiers know we nre soldiers and Rood fighters with it, and they have found it out already. The Huns say they want peace. We will pive them peace, yes. I don't we will, like hell we will. think there is n good Germnn I know there is well, in fact, nnt. What I call n srood one is when I can cot him on the end of that sixteen inches of steel our Uncle Snm furnishes us with, and when I shake him off I call him a pood one. Well, how is every body on Kent's Creek? Well, I hope. Give every body my best regards and tell Junior to write me and when you sec mother, tell her I will write her soon and tell Mr. Dink I wish I was with him this evening. I could tell him more than I can write. Well. I have not seen any of the homo boys since I have been over here, but I know the Stanford boys arc here somewhere. Have you heard from any of the boy since they have been over here7 I don't know of anything else to write for this time. Write me a long letter soon and tell me all the news. I will close for this time', so goodbye, with love to all. to Edd and Junior, from your old friend, as ever. PRIVATE AUGUST DAUGHERTY, M. G., Co. Ko. 26, Inf. ,A. E. F. liv-in- The Interior Journal, Stanford, 'Kentucky, Tuesday, September 17, 1918 YOU COUNT IN ONE WAY ONLY nent peace. You can buy a Liberty Bond. Never, so much as now, has the You may otherwise !e subordiment of the conference year Sunday Individual counted for so little. Individual rights, individual priv- nated, effaced, shunted Into comparanight at the Methodist Episcopal ileges, individual responsbilitlcs have tive oblivion and mnde to feel that church here. Everybody is rejoicing over the given way to the grentcr considera- you no longer count. But here you can take your little good rnins which were so badly tion, the wclfnre of the people as n place in the sun. whole. needed. It's a chance of n lifetime; the For nations, not peoples or races, John Hnrt, who for several vears conducted the Pennybnckor Hotel have taken in hand the destinies of! chance of yours. Don't miss It. Iitc, died nt his home near Hoed the world. The individual has been put aside. Klvcr, Oregon. Ho moved from here Lord Bryce, replying to Von PayWhether liberty shall live or perenly a few months ago. Ho leaves ish from the earth Is for determin- er's peace overtures, says any agreea wife and threo sons. nawith Germany bffore Snm Ham died at his homo near ation in the aggregate. It is not for ment Is completely defented that imis tion place nftcr only a few hours' any one mnn to say. this Tho kaiser soon is to realize this. possible. A league of nations, strongillness and was laid to rest in the any possible enemy, is his He was 71 cars Gooch graveyard. But there is one wny In which you er than to von Payer's "welcome" to answer can count. of age and lenves a wife. international arbitration. Roscoc Gooch was the guest of Miss One way in which you may still Iiiindq Gooch Sunday afternoon make yourself felt throughout this PAROLE NOTICE Mrs. Eva Dishon took the nnnti storm. tossed world. At the next meeting of tho State train for her home nt Detroit, Mich, accompanied by Miss Mary Esther ualYou can maketoyour little Individ- Board of Control. I will mnkc applicontribution the cause of frce-do- cation for a parole for Tom rish Gooch and her uncle, Granville Murof world democracy, of perma- - (colored.) MOLLIE FISH. 7.1-phy. Jnmcs Flint returned to his home here Tuesday from Detroit, Mich., where he has been holding down a good job. Jake Kance sold to Rube Horton, of Wnynesburg, n fat cow for $55. Mrs. Pntsv Vaught was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gooch, of KINGS MOUNTAIN Rev. Bugbce filled his last appoint- L, GIRL RESENTS DISLOYAL REMARK A Paris dispatch says: Resenting a remark ho made concerning the war, a young woman of Paris, whose name Is withheld, administered a thrashing to a strange man on a Louisville A Kashville southbound train near Paris last night. The young woman had been In attending the conference of the Methodist church nnd boarded the train for her home In this city. Sitting in front of hr were two strange men discussing the war. One of them remnrked, "I don't care how long the wnr lasts; I am making more money now than I ever did in my life" After he had repeated tho statement tho second time, the young woman rose from her scat nnd belabored tho stranger over the head with her umbrclln, striking him in the face several times with her open Cyn-thla- hand. . "You contemptible cur," the "I'll let you know I hve a brewer Mid I on the firing lino in France will listen to no such talk as Unit." The mnn made no resistance, but, as his hat rolled down the aisle and the biff of her blows sounded, a number of passengers came to hcrr rescue. Tho stranger was profuse In.hla iglcs and said the uuy nan A tho WTong construction upon his remarks. He left tnc train at the next station. ! $ Do you got uo at night T Sanol la surely the best for alt kidney or bladder troubles, Sanol gWea relief" In 24 hours from all backache and bladder troubles. Sanol Is a guaranteed remedy COo and fl.00 n.bottlo nt tho drug store. r W ff p-- r ' week. JUNCTION CITY Lloyd Kclley has been ill Master A SERIOUS PROPOSITION this week and his sister, Miss Fran-pi- s Any Democrat who fails to supKellev. a member of the senior port Gov. A. O. Stanley for United class has been with Tiim. States Senator is indirectly attneking Mr. Kellev has comnlctcd the re President Wilson and his ndministra-tio- n long pairing of the sidewalk so as Gov. Stanley :as been one of closed on Shelby street, opposite the the staunchest supporters of the office. Cumberland Grocery Co.'s President. A Louisville man nt the who lives on the old fiilohor Hotel last nicht said a cer Mr. Hendron, Depauw farm in Lincoln county, tain clement of the party in that has entered his children in the Junc- citv onnosed Stanley at heart but tion school. There nre three of would vote for him. He said Stanley them. had not stood for the whisky element Messrs. S. W. Rurke and Tom and that they were not pleased with Blacketer will enter State College to him. Gov. Stanley has done more for be student army training corps men the temperance cause than any mnn Monday. in Kentucky in years and the Advo Mr. Chas. Rosel is having Messrs. cate is glad to observe that the realHogue put a new ly sincere temperance people are for George and John shingle roof on the L. T. Turpin res- him to a man. Senator J. C. W. idence, instead of the old tin one. Beckham, Kentucky's noted temperMr. A. J. Evans mowed down the ance leader, has come out for Str.r-le- y crass and weeds in our Junction City in unmistakeable terms. Dr. K. School lot Monday and now the 172 A. Palmer, the Michigan Republican getboys and girls can play without league manager, whose ting lost in the weeds. job has been destroyed by liquor behaving Mr. ing wiped out. naturally will oppose Mr. Gratton Preston is Willis Sewell cover his blacksmith Gov. Stanley because Stanley has shop with a new roof. been instrumental in bringing his fat Eugene V. Debs, four times candi- job to an end for liquor will be prodate for President of the United hibited absolutely after the fust of States on the Socialist ticket, was next July and Dock Palmer will be found guilty of violating the espion- seeking a new field. The people genage act by a Federal jury in Cleve- erally will be glad to get rid of him land yesterday. as he has only been a trouble maker Gov. Stanley and Senator Beck- apparently with a desire to keep the Sep- liquor question in politics just as ham will make two speeches tember 21 and 23, opening the long as possible. He is said to hae campaign, and from then un- been opposed to the rock ribbed 19 will drop politics to til October law which Gov. Stanley t.nd devote their time speaking in the in- Boyle county's representative sucterest of the Liberty Loan campaign. cessfully supported in the Legislature Kext week an auto truck mail and which has almost entirely reroute will be established between lieved this community of the liquor Cincinnati, Ohio, and Kashville, Ten- nuisance. Danville Advocate. nessee, via Lexington, Burgin, Danville, Atoka, Pcrryville, Enido, Texas, NEW PAPER MONEY Springfield and Bardstown, says the Two new greenbacks the first of Danville Advocate. the nation's wartime currency are in circulation. They are the $1 and VOTE TO SUPPORT $2 Federal Reserve Bank notes, THE PRESIDENT planned especially to replace the silThe Louisville Post sounds the key- ver certificates withdrawn from cirnote upon which Gov. Stanley goes culation as the Treasury's silver rebefore the people in the race for serve is melted into bullion for export U. S. Senator, and that is to name to the Allies. The $1 note bears a portrait of a man who can be depended upon d to "support by voice and vote all George Washington in the upper and corner of the face side, the war policies of the President of Feda the United States." Efforts will be otherwise resemble generally reverse made bv friends of Dr. Bruner to be- eral Reserve note. On the oval an center in cloud this Issue, but thinking voters side is shownflight, atypifying the nawill not be deceived. As the Post eagle in full mobilized for war. nays: "Mr. Stanley is the nominee; tion The $2 note is similar, except that his name goes on tho official ballot; unless he is elected, a republican sen- it bears a portrait of Thomas Jeffer-a ator will sit in Congress nnd that one son on the front nnd a picture of vote may tie the hands of the Presi- battleship on the buck. dent. Overshadowing all other considerations for Americans is the im- "HOPPERS" DESTROY TOBACCO Mr. T. A. Bradley, who resides pelling force of tho war. Mr. Stanley should receive the support of about four miles from town on the those who understand the grave ex- Lexington road, had an uni'sual exigencies of this grave hour in Amer- perience with his tobneco crop this d year. He has one field of two ncres ican history." S. M. Saufley's Register. which he set threo times, the plants having been destroycil by grasshoppers twice and the third iilanlin;: badYOUR PATRIOTISM Bradley says he APPEALED TO ly damaged. .Mr. anything like this experienced wants locust tim- never life before, but that he is row The government in his ber to build ships with and for oth- convinced that grasshoppers like a purposes with which to help end "chew" pretty well. This tobacco er this terrible war. If you aro a pa- was planted near a clover field t nd triotic citiren and have locust trees in nil probability this is accountable on your place and do not let the gov- for the onslaught on tho tobacco. ernment have it at a fair price, you Mr. Bradley has a crop of several are a peculiar person. I am agent acres this year and stated that most for Bear Bros. Lumber Co., of Mad- all of it would make a pretty fair ison, Ind., who buy locust for govern- yield. Danville Messenger. ment purposes. I want you to ler me or Bear Bros, know how much German prisoners captured in tho locust you have on your farm or n drive on Chatenu boundary nnd how much you can Thierry aro now working for the spare. We buy all sizes of locust, American Red Cross on the erstand pay good while large preferred, Chateau near battlefield prices. Want them delivered at your Thierry harvesting a 400.000.bushel railroad station. Let mo hear from wheat crop for French refugees. The you right away. Either writo me or field is strewn with unexploded to Bear Bros, at Madison, Ind. shells, which are a constant menace R. CURTIS, Waynesburg, Ky. to the reapers. anti-saloo- n Dem-ocratic nnti-liquor left-hnnRich-monFrench-America- Wavncsburg, Sunday. Miss Susie Goarlcn has rented the house just vacated by Mrs. Sue Dishon. and will move to it soon. Mr. Roscoe Gooch has returned to work in Cincinnati after a short stay with homcfolks here. Mr. Howard Sweeney died at his home here flfter scvcrnl weeks illness and was laid to rest in the Pleas- e ant Point cemetery after a brief bv Rev. Conkley, of Waynes-burHe was a devoted member of the Baptist church. He was 76 years of age, and leaves a wife and several children, who arc all grown. Mrs. W. L. McCarty visited her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Meredith Fran cis. of this place, last Sunday. bought of Simms Miss Dollie Gianville Rowland his house and lot near the depot. Price paid was $M0O. Messrs Isom Vnught and Harvey Jenkins swanncd farms. The ex change will take place Oct. 1st. Mr. R. E. Horton, of Wnynesburg, bought several head of cattle from various parties in this section last talk-madg. On Friday, Sept. 20 I WILL SELL ""T AT PUBLIC AUCTION Promptly at 10 o'clock A. M., 921 Acres of Garrard County Land Three Adjoining Farms 560 Acres For Chas. Dietrich; 221 Acres For A. P. Sloan; 140 Acres For Henry Moore 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, 1 miles from consolidated graded school, 2A miles from hemp, grain and stock market, 2 miles from thriving village BRYANTSVILLE in the FAMOUS CAMP DICK ROBINSON section of Garrard County. LOOK FOR THE BIG SIGN at the mouth of Dietrich pike. IMPROVEMENTS On the DIETRICH Farm there is located on different tracts a dwelling, a dwelling, hall and 2 porches, another house, 3 stock 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 tobacco barn, servants room in yard, cribs, sheds and all outbuildings, 2 stock 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." DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM. TWO CROPS on any tract will pay the PURCHASE PRICE. You men who are getting 6 per cent invest in this land and make 25 per cent to 50 per cent. EASY. The owners at the farms or the undersigned will show them to you. Look before day of sale. FREE DINNER. For further particulars see us. Don't forget the date, SEPT 20 lf m m m 7-ac- re 18-ac- re ry, 9-ro- 10-ac- re 9-ro- 8-ac- re BY-BIDDIN- G, 69- - 4p When you have backache the liver or kidneys are sure to he out of gear. Try Sarvol It doe wonders for the liter, kidneys and bladder. A trial Dot It COe bottle will conrlnce you. at Uia drac store. Secretary McAdoo called on tho employes of railroad machine shops and roundhouses to speed up repairs on locomotives so that Gen. Pershing may have the output of new engines. He declared that these new locomotives were essential to the success of the American army. The Real Estate Man Manager. W. E. MOSS, Advertising SWINEBROAD Lancaster, Ky. BOLIVER BOND, Auctioneer t'j't'SlSSBn Ml'. . tt I t ' r9&.r--- tpiftiw r - , HI IS Bm?wmm .." . . E-f5L- -- . " " ,wjp 'f r .. . " ffr' (Hm Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, September 17, 1918 fagc ihret fc ? TITANIC AUCTION SALE Thursday, Sept. 1 9, 1 9 1 8 I will sell for J. H. Baughman h;"- r 1 t. 5 1 0 ACRES OF LAND The Cream of Boyle County MULES-GO- OD J? - And J. H. Baughman will sell 750 CATTLE AND A LOT OF MARES AND ONES LOCATION Known as the "HILL TOP FARM," two miles from city limits of Danville, Ky., on Hustonville Pike. Boyle County 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 railhas roads 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 o m One In A Lifetime Is The Opportunity Offered To Buy Such A Farm ADVANTAGES A BEAUTIFUL HOME, SPLENDID NEIGHBORHOOD, the adjoining land owners living on their farms. CLOSE TO CHURCHES, GRADED and HIGH SCHOOL, CENTRE COLLEGE and KENTUCKY COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, and the BEST TOBACCO, HEMP, GRAIN, HOG and CATTLE MARKET in Central Kentucky. 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 by the farm and only has to be tapped to equip the farm with light and power. "Hill Top Farm" is ABUNDANTLY WATERED with seven NEVER FAILING SPRINGS, four wells and one cistern. IMPROVEMENTS Main dwelling, eight large rooms, two porches, halls and bath room with butler's pantry. Heated by furnace, servant house and garage, beautiful yard with large shade trees, large two-stor- y stock barn, basement will hold 125 cattle, second story nine large box stalls and the main portion prepared for hay fork and will hold 7,000 bales of hay. Fertile garden and plenty two-stor- y dwelling, three porches, two stock barns, other outof fruit. The second set of improvements consists of a splendid buildings, cistern, good garden, large yard and mulberry, sugar tree and wild cherry shade trees. This set of improvements is within ONE-HALMILE OF SPLENDID GRADED SCHOOL. Two other sets of improvements on farm. two-roo- m six-roo- m F o o o o o SUBDIVISION 200 acres with main dwelling, a tract and e tract with improvements, a e tract with improvetract, also a e tract and a tract with improvements and other tracts. We always ments, to which may be added a SELL to suit the BIDDERS, so two or more tracts may be combined to suit the purchaser in the number of acres. 60-acre 80-acr- 40-acr- 20-ac- re 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 colts; 6 SPLENDID YEARLING MULES from above mares; 4 MULES from same mares; 2 MULES from same 2 WALKING MARES; 1 AGED JACK; 7 PONIES from colts to six years old. mares; TERMS Easy on the land and stock and satisfactory to purchaser. THREE-YEAR-OLD TWO-YEAR-OLD SIX-YEAR-O- Sale begins promptly at 10 o'clock. Mr. Baughman, Mr. Moss or myself will 3how the farm at any time. Notify us and we will be glad to meet the L. & N. train or the Southern train at any time before or on day of sale. THE SALE WILL BE POSITIVE BOTH OF THE LAND AND STOCK. NO EVER. WE WILL BE IN THE HANDS OF THE PURCHASER. AN ABSOLUTE SALE. BY-BIDDIN- G AND NO PROTECTION WHAT- Mr. Baughman, who is known by all cattle men, will have charge of the Cattle Sale and Swinebroad will be in charge of the Land Sale. For further particulars as to Live Stock inquire of J. H. Baughman, Danville, Ky., Phone County 1802, and as to the land SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. LANCASTER, KY. f9999 - tm j,mm m t IN. Page Four rv Viifv W'HllJilf ll ll.l III - The Interior Journal, Stafford, Kentucky, Tuesday, September 17, THE Ey 1 91 b ZTig . r MONEY? If you want money to increase your Wheat Crop, If you want money to harvest your Corn INTERIOR JOURNAL C Waif a mU J. H. WrfrM ! Ik flr4 mmh4 ftHtfU a tMatrtl, rtt MA . rv v 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 rv i Lincoln County National Bank The Bank on the "corner next to Court-house- " structing the draft nnd advising men not to register or go In the nrmy, in nddltion to other charges, nnd Riven 30 years in tho penitentiary nnd fined $10,000. No mnn in the country hns done more to stir up discontent than Debs or done more to create distrust ngainst the government, and it is strange that he hns escaped prison so long. When the verdict was rend he remarked that it was all right that everything would como out properly in the end. The country will agree with him that it is nil right, hut will feel better when it knows thnt he is rcttimr his deserts in prison, he hnving appealed from the is n had verdict This certainly year for disloyalists. A score or more were convicted in Judge Cochran's court at Covington nnd given nil the way from six months in jail to 20 yenrs In the penitentiary with fiines of $20,000 nnd less. Most nil the men nre wenlthy Germans, who met almost daily to discuss the wnr, when n dictograph concealed in the room recorded their disloyal remarks, and it was upon the mute testimony thnt they were convicted. It is well that disloyalists arc being brought to taw and arc finding their way to prison. this country enn not nfford to have kniscr supporters In its midst and the sooner thev nre rounded up nnd punished the sooner will nil people learn thnt no strenk of disloyalty will be permitted to show, when all others arc bending their efforts to' crush the infamous huns. UNITED WE STAND The whirligig of time nnd tho arts. of politicians bring many wonderful the 'ast time Senator Beckham nnakc nt Mnyfield it was with thnt arch Republican, Judge Kd. O'Rear, both advocating state wide prohibition, ostensibly, but really in object to get Hnrry McChcsney, the npostlc of that cult, nominated ngainst A. O. Stanley for governor. It wns the highest mistake of the Senator's politi cal career and turned many former anient supporters against mm. iney could not bent Stanley cither in the primnry or general election and he has since been on duty nt Frankfort, making the State n real governor. The "henvenly twins" ns Gov. Stanley dubbed the incongruous pnir, brought them into such derision thnt nfter a few disappointing nttempts to enrry on the. campaign, they finally threw up the sponge at London, where nn even smaller crowd thnn they hnd ever had, greeted them. Senator Beckham seems to have learned some things since then, nnd we who have always hnd a high regard for him nre delighted that the wisdom for which we gave him credit hns asserted itself nnd that he and Gov. Stanley will hereafter null together for the party, instead of in opposite direction. Wc congratulate both him and Gov. Stanley nnd believe nnd hope thnt they will remain in the Senate as long as they show forth works mete for reward. Richmond chid pes. DEBS AND OTHERS GET THEIRS Full blooded American rvrrv. where will be delighted to know that F.ugenc V Debs, three times the nominee of the Socialists for the presidency of the United States, hns nnnny got wnnt nas tiocn lone com Ing to him. He was tried for ob Clothing of Distinction Our "FaH" Clothing is now ready for your inspection These, are by far the best selection of clothing ever brought to Stanford. We have these in all the new models, weaves and colors. Tailored by the best of tailors, cut to fit any shape form. All pure wool fabrics and fast in color. To see these is to buy, and ' now to buy means a saving of dollars to you. We Are Headquarters For The Boys' School Suits Come now and select yours. McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley 'The House of Quality." To our customers Our representative from the well known firm of Tailoring Company will be here to take your, measure Saturday and Monday, Sept. 7th and 9th. A rare opportunity. Don't forget the dates. Storrs-SchaefTer It will be rccaVed that "Waynesburg and vacancies that may later occur on rural routes d from other post offices in the The examination county. will be open only to male citizens who are actually domiciled in the territory of a post office in the county and who meet the other requirements set forth in Form No. 1977. This form and application blanks may be obtained from the offices mentioned above or from the United States Civil Service Commissionat Applications Washington. D. C. should bo forwarded to tho commission at Washington at the earliest practicable date-- During the continuance of the present war the commission will, in accordance with the request of the Post Office Department, admit women to rural carrier examinations upon the same conditions as men. By, direction of the commission, John A. Mcllhenny, President. above-mentione- RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION The United States Civil Service Commission has announced nn exnmi-ntio- n for the county of Lincoln. and Ky., to be held at Stanford Somerset on October 12, 1918, to fill the position of rural earner at The following tobacco raisers lost more or less heavily by the hail of yesterday evening: Thompson, Wilson and Gooch, one and f acres; M. M. Perkins, three ncres; Cherry and Stewart, two acres; J. S. Duke and Wes Owsley, three acres: John and Levi Rogers, five acres; C. v.. uuninp, two acres; Sam ana K. U. Baugh, three ncrcs: Eugene Hutchison, one acre; W. S. Reed and Wm. Gerkey, five acres; Eph Young, three acres, and several other crops not yet reported. R. M. Newland, the Stanford Insurance Mnn, carried hail insurance on the crops of all the gentlemen and before long they will be given checks for their losses. one-hnl- TOBACCO LOSSES BY HAIL McROBERTS, BAILEY & RUPLEY "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" With n pledge of unequivocal of President Wilson nnd of all administration wnr policies and purposes, and n charge that his opponent, Gov. A. O. Stnnley, has not redeemed the promises he made lo people of Kentucky in......... gub the ...... the ... .. !... Uliutiuri.il .M.Hni.. "life iiub rv, Dr. Hen L. Hruner, Republican nom-inee for United States Senator, made the opening nddress in behalf of his candidacy at Manchester yesterday. The House, in fifteen minutes, yesterday approved of the increased normnl nnd surtax rates for individ uals, nml defeated u move to kill the clause extending taxation to Federal I 1 1 WILL BUILD NICE HOME Mrs. Liccie Wood has let contract to Will Stone and Phillips Bros, for n handsome bungalow n her farm out on the Ottenhcim pike It will be located just across the road from the old Wood home, which was recently sold by Hughes & McCnrty to Eugene Hutchison. Rev. L. C. Kelly nnd STANFORD, KY. TOR A WEAK STOMACH The grmt relief atTrdel by Clinm-brrlas Tablets in a multitude of in family motored up from Campbellsville Saturspent the day with Mrs. Hiss Fan Sparks, of Mt. Vernon, day and Vas been the guest of Miss Berta J cap Kelly's parents, Mr. arid Mrs. T. D. Newland. Penny. , The Price Is Soon Forgotten; Quality Is A Sticker When you have bought the John Deere line you have bought the best. Come in and let us show you. Slat Bottom Stag Sulky Plows, $75; John John Deere Plows. $120 j Jorn Deere Slat Bottom Two-wa- y Deere Disc 10-- 7 Van Brunt Drill (complete), $150; John Deere Cultipackers, Harrow with Fore Truck, $65; Dunham Soil Pulverizers, $70. $90; Dunham's 14-in14-in- Editor Shclton M. Snufley, of the Register, is to head the press bureau in tho present Demo cratic campaign. Chairman Thomas S. Rhen, of the Democratic campaign committee, having named him for the No man in the Stnte is officeholders, Cosition. qualified, nor is there one who will put more life into the work. Brer Snufley it a sure enough "live wire" and his connection with nny thing means that it is a go from the French oUlcors, in talking of lhr American drive on the St. Mihiul Mrs. Charles K. Chnpin, wife of the salient, dusenbe it ns one of the most city editor of the New York Evening successful of the entire war, nnd World, was found dead in her room prnise the Yanks for their fightin a rsew ork hotel, while her bus ability. I band hns disappeared. leaving n note ing I indicating his suicide and probable "Tnrinn of the Apos," Opera 'murder of his wife House. Thursday nliiht. 19th. "TARZAN OF THE APES" "Tannn of the Apes" at the opera houfc, Stanford, It next Thursday night, 10th. really a wonderful picture ami Owens i to be congratulate! on securing it. lor his iMitrons. , Ihe bout art" -- r ""'I I'"" has heretofore3fif' or charged "j" by what been picture houses. You must see Man-HK- rases ha fully pruwn the great vnlue of this preparation for a weak stem-ur- h and impaired digestion. In many permaciNi this relief has nent and the sufferers have been completely rrstorotl to health. start. 10-1- (5 ot JOHN B. RIFFE, Hustonville, Ky. HORSE AND MULE SALE On Thursday, October 3rd, 1918, The Farmers Stock Club of Waynesburg will offer for sale in the town of Waynesburg, 50 PAIRS OF WORK MULES 100 WEANLINGS AND YEARLINGS NUMBER OF BROOD MARES AND WORK HORSES There nre 5,500,000 motor enrs in use in the United States, an average of one car for each 22 persons. Kentucky has 57,5-1cars, or one for each 41 of her population of 2,391,-09Iowa has one car for every six of her people. The Cincinnati Enquirer is arguing itself unknown when it speaks of Dr. Bruner. the Republican nominee for U. S. Senator, as being a citizen of Lancaster. However, it doesn't mat-tmuch, for the doctor will be forgotten after the November election. Thomas M. Owsley has been made chairman of the Fnyetto Republican campaign committee. From the on slaught his paper in Somerset is making on Gov. Stanley one would think that he is nlso chairman of 3. or Dr.B en LBr uner Republican Nominee For United States Senator Will Address the Citizens of Lincoln u , meet here Friday to discuss and arrange details for tho floating of the Fouith Liberty I.onn in Lincoln county. It is very probable that wo will be asked to buy between $275,-00- 0 and $300,000's worth of tho excellent paper nnd in order that it may be done and done quickly, the bankers the monied men of the county, that is, the men who handle money gather to perfect and do things--wi- ll plnns for the big tnsk. Kvery Imnkcr Is requested to be nt the court-houswhere the meeting will be held, promptly nt 10:30 Friday morning, when n short business session will be held. An iidjournmont will be made nt noon, when the visiting members will be guests of tho Stanford bankers at dinner at the Stanford Hotel. Having sold my home and desiring to give possession by It is desired that every bank be repOct. 1st, I will on THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1918, at 2:30 P. M. resented nnd Chairman J. S. Hocker will feel greatly fnvoreil If those on the premises on Logan avenue, sell to the highest bidder bankers who are coming, will kindly drop him a card, or call him up. my Household and Kitchen Furniture, all of which is practically ne,w, consisting of bedsteads, mattresses, sideboard, OCTOBER 10th, CLAIMED claim October Dinwiddle refriegrator, cook stove, two heaters, kitchen cabinet, daven- 10th for tho & OwensHenry Hudson's sale of port, chairs, tables, dressers, washstands, druggets, rugs, etc., good farm in the West End. It Is place and contains and many other things too numerous to mention. Come early tho Pipes lino land. Watch out 103 acres of for over. salo advertisement. and look it BANKERS COMING FRIDAY The bankers of this county will County Everybody invited to be present with their stock. It is free to All. T. J. ELLIS, President, . H. P. DAY, Secretary. At Court -- House In Stanford Public" Sale of Household and Kitchen Furniture SATURDAY, SEPT. 21 At 1 o'clock P. M. W. P. KINCAID, Stanford, Ky. COL. JOHN B, DINWIDDLE, Auctioneer. i Rowlings, wife and Miss Eulah Rowi ngs, of tho West End. were in the vcity Suturdny. retty daughter. Mr. M. T. Dr. Bruner Is One of Kentucky's Most Gifted Speakers. You Are Cordially Invited To Hear Him 1. V ntt-" J I 'IHUL'tn BRt y fTff fc. ,.V ftmtAiHtmtmtmtMmakii . mmtym i ' iiiJ'l.L 'Tprj 'j,' """"r f TjtT"' '1 ' - TW fc. v jw ' iiyV'wiRl''y' Page Fiv T T ' 'BBy '" MBISS The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, September - 17, 1918 mint StMHbrt, Walton, "U-rTf.- r Cms bn mil-liocorn-remov- World Km NT6f Zmwb Iti IqnaL "What will Rt ria of mr cornr Tae answer tins mads by there's only one that you can bank on. that's absolutely certain, that makes any corn BE PATRIOTIC AND a ' DO YOUR ft v.. $. V - ' PART VbW on earth peel rluhl 5.. ,n and that a TlKht slioes and tlanrlni even when you have a corn need not disturb ING ACCOUNT, MONEY TOR S?.u. ,f..v.ou aPPy a few drons or "uetB-It- " THAT PURPOSE, AND FOR OTH-Eon tho corn or callus, r. not a lou want a.rorn-peclcPURPOSES. You don't have to fool with corns jou peel them rlslit off with THE BANK IS PREPARED AT your lingers by using ets-It." ALL TIMES TO REGISTER UNITED Cutting makes corns prow and bleed Why use Irrltntinsr STATES BONDS, AND TO CONv or makn a bundle of your toesalvs with tape or bandages? Why putter and VERT THE LOWER RATE still have the corn? Use riets-It- " BEARING BONDS TO your corn-p.il- n Is over, the com la a "Rotier" mre. a the son rues. HIGHER RATE BONDS. rIetBt.', the Riiaranterd. money-bac- k the only juro MS way. coita hut n trlflnnt any dniR store. M'f'd by U, Idwrcuco A C'Oh CLIcuko, III. tiolij in Mnntord and recommendMr. nnd Mr. W. L. Neal were ed PERSONAL AND SOCIAL as the world's best corn remedy down from Mori-lanMonday. cloth-lu0 Sept. Campaign for by Tho Penny Drug Store. Mrs. A. S. Price, of (inrrard, was work in Delgium. for relief here with friends Monday afterir a iNCMiis, of Winchester, . noon. the guert of his mother, Mrs. Mattie Win Sara Trnylor, of Corbin, hns Mr; and' Mrs. Eugene Smith, of N'evius. lieen with Lincoln county relatives. Mr. James II Wright represented Somerset, are. guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mr, nnd Mrs. R. S,- - Putnam, of Lindsay Rankin. the I. J. nt the State fnir Saturday Lebanon, have been guests of Mr. and Jesse Trnylor, of Corbin is Mrs. S. J. Emliry. Mr. Mr. ami Mr. Robert Benton Won! a returned Sunday from the State fair. visiting her father, Mr. W. P. White, Mrs. Eliza Portmnn hns gone to D. II. Kotitliunl spent Sunday out on R. K. I). No. 4. Dr. Vnndorn, Ala., to visit her daughter, wild his mother in Rockcastle coun- Mis Charlotte Warren left Mon- Airs. II. R. Bright. ty. day for Columbus, O., where she will Mr. W. P. Kincnid went to Richteach ngnin this year. Ills Elsie Coleman spent evcnl mond this morning to look for a locuin Louisville, the ;r'Jet of lr Mr. II. E. Lee Rupley and son tion for his family. ft lends. went to Perrvville Monday afterAllsa Belle Denny hns returned Mr. anil Mrs. J II. Eads are in noon to visit cr parents. fromn visit to Airs. W. P. Given in visiting relatives and llonltrello Coffey met her hus- the Shelby City section. Mrs. J, I friends. band in Louisville and they enjoyed AI. Ellen Alts .Moore left some Col. Woods Walker, of Garrard, several days at the State fair. dnys ngo for Whitesburg to take u pohere Sunday, returning from the Mr. It. It. Ilourgignn, who has sition in the Letcher County High State fair. . been visiting her father, Mr. II. C. George New land, of Nashville, Vis Rupley, returned to Lebanon Mon- School. Aliss Kiln Alny Saunders spent Inst been the guct of hi mother. Mr. day. Annie Nowland. Misses Strnub announce their first week in the cities buying fan and Mrs. I J. Long has returned from showing of the season's newest mil- winter millinery and catching on to a visit to her daughter. .Mr.. Robert linery, Friday mid Saturday, 20th the style. HnuiH), in Boyle and 2 1st It Millinery Wc will have our fall Mr-- W U McCnrly. MU The-'mMiM Margaret Fish, of Ml. Ver- hnts on displnv Friday und Saturday -I'ninrts and Mik M.Carty vnt non, ha been the guest of her sister, We invite you to como nnd In Louisville. 2t Mr. Burdette McKcnzie, returning Wrkht fc Hill. Hon. and Mrs Benedict Spanieling, home Monday TJie Junior .Missionary Society will Lebanon, spent Sunday with Mr. of Mis Alice Alcorn ha gone to Van- meet with Airs. ('. R. Colenuin nt her ami 31m. W. II. Hill. couver, Wash., to tench in the State home onEast Alain street nt 2. '10 .Mr. W. O. Scott, of Covington, School for the Deaf. Mum Rose Al Saturday''nfternoon. Airs K. L. Rinehitrt nnd Airs. K J fpont Sunday with the homefolks out corn, her sister, i teaching at Fulin th (iohti section. Brown left lb - morning to attend ton, Mo. Mr. Mngcio oil, of .Morvlaml ar Joe II. I.niliry, the best politician the .National t onvention of spent day with Im family in the Slate. w over from Frankfurt Alother at Kwumillc, hid. ernon. of .SwrHUel Cox at .Ml (lrst of the week. He sax's that StHiv .ir anil air, it. I. uruce aie back nnKforiJ ami family, of vy'g eloction is a "cinch ' Hut of from the State fair, where Air Drue'-ha.' wonderful ucce with his Ken umvci hwltcli. were f ,w cours everybody knows it is. biwuMii-mw- , .Mr. W. Mncnul. Melnmes W K. Perkins and J. S. lucky Red Rerkshire hogs. - nf om-- ! link,, an. I Mr .1 Mi , Bortn Jean ,. Penny Air. R. T. Lewis, deputy sheriff, left an ...... ., . i ,.' a. I. 7. . U . " . Thnmns rli.m-Mon-t- . this morning for Indnnnnpobs to jsiii liwr irieno, .urn ran nimrKs, trab Orchard, through Alt. ernon and spent several days day for Elixir Sjrings. They will bring back a prisoner. He went by with her. join Aim'. Cherry, who has been there Frankfort for requisition papers. Airs. Snm P. Deathernge, of RichMr. C. F. Higgins, of Richmond, several days. stopped over with her sister, Airs. Air. Hvii Ed Williams returned to mond, stopped over with her sister, R. T. Druce, on her return from the Pittsburgh, Pa., with her uncle Jos Airs. R. T. Druce, on her return from State fair. eph K. Johnston, and will remain the State fnir and spent several days. Mrs. S. K. Dudderar. of Gilbert's some time. Her husband, who is in Col. (5. D. Swinebrond, of LanCreek, spent several dny with her training for sen-ice- . has been trans caster, was here last night on bis way mother, Airs. Clare Doty Trnylor, at ferred from Lexington to Fort Jnck- - to Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tenn., uhvse he will place his son in Richmond. sou. S. ( Mrs. Ed Wilkinson spent several Alis Stelln Rupley lenves tonight college. Jays with her sister, Airs. Lillie Pil- for t ave hpnngs, Ua., where she will Alisses Lucile Cooper and Mattie lion, who has been ill at her home nt teach another year in the State School MrfMnrv luff this nflnrnnnn fny Pttte- Crab Orchard. for the Deaf. Aliss Ruth Darnnll, "burgh, Pa., where they will teach Hon. C. C, Fox, of Danville, was who used to teach in the graded for another yenr in the tnto School tore Saturday, tho guest of his school here, and Alis Charles El- for the Deaf. daughter, Airs. Rockwell Smith, on more, of Ijincnstcr, are also teachers Air. J. S. Hocker has word that his great nephew, dipt. Caswell Logan Danville Avenue. in the Cuvc Spring school. Doyd, grandson of Dr. P. W. Lognn, Mesdnmes T. E. Dnlihvin and CarAir. nnd Airs. T. N. Aldridge, now lo Brittain nnd Air Baldwin Drittain, locnted at .Muscle Shoals, Ala., ar- of Knoxville, wns badly wounded in T Richmond, spent several days with rived Sunday night to visit his par- action in France. The little daughter of A. EsTrimes. Mr. W. II. Shanks ents, Air nnd Air. Harry I). Aldridge. Kd Scott, Henry I)., Jnmes AI. and Air. Aldridge has recently undergone who was operated on for nppendicitis -i 1... n- - u i.. Foster Roid Phillips and D. W. nn operation for appendicitis, and 1' l'I. 11. ii V llllllllMIl, is mullein 1. (aines motored to Louisville last while he is a little weak from it, he to be doing nicely, with splendid 'week and attended tho State fair. hopes of recovery. i otherwise nil right. The little ode to France, which apMrs. J. II. Paxton has been apAir. Cleo Brown, of Alt. Vernon, pointed chnirmnn for Lincoln county received the good news the other dny pears on the first page of this miner. Loan Com- that her son, .McKcnzie llrown, who was written by the "better half" of of the Womnii'a I.tbeity mittee nnd invited to attend the con- has many friends in Stanford, had Air. T. II. Hubbell. of this olllee. It ference nt Lexington on Sept. 18th. been elevated to the office of major. is a most creditable effort and it is Isabella (iiens anil .Ulan For several years AInjor Drown has hoped that the spirit will move the Redd will leave Alond.iy for New i boon in service in tho country around talented young woman to use her Tork City to join Aliss Alary Ahby Jerusalem nnd his rise in the military pen again nnd again. Mr. T. K. wntrfon is down from llievK lor a few ilays before entering World has been remarkable. Elys, Knox county, mingling with his Uount Hnlyoke for the coming year. many old friends. Paying fur his Danville .Messenger. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured mper this morning he said: "Let the District Giune Warden S. J. Em-br- mllti I.OCAI. Yl'l'LICATlONS, ku they . J. come on. Wo could not keen of Lincoln county, wiir hero annul rendi lint n of (lie ilWeiiBt' house without it." Air. Watson is looking over the field ' uiarrli u a I" al ilWtufO urrutl) Wednitsiluy lu and Investigating the observance of in or 1. by coiiblliiitlunul condition, ami with a big coal company and is hold to euro must the game laws. He is in charge of ntiii it remly li )ou Catnrrhtake an ing down most satisfactorily n gooa Midllluir Mercer, Doyle, Lincoln and Casey ine Is taken internally and aits thru job. tin blood on tho inuious aiirfaro of Hit I he Woman's Missionary Society counties. Hnrrodsburg Herald. a 1111' Cttnrrli Mi'dlclno will meet Mr. John Owsley Renl and fan ily aMlom. iiriairlbed by ono of H.o bibt pli uli lam of the Alethodiht church 3 Wednesday nfternoon nt o'clock arrived Saturday night from .Mi- In this country for ur It I i"in t iMiKi'd of sum. of I lie It- - Colcmnn, ton i known nneapolis, Minn., where they hnve been with Airs. C. nt which ioihImii d with sotiK1 nf the Imsi lilwod box clothes for some time. Air. Reid has mnde pur Her Tl pif" c iu' in itlon if time thewill beof packed. for Lucile Any one Skirvin wonderful strides in the nvmtion do- - Hi Intro. HeriH tn ll..: (' itnirli Mi'll army and has gotten in. is what prixlijn s.i I. nmidprfill wishing to contribute anything to of the iinrtmont in the ranks. He does not In email ial conditions Send for the box may bring or send it to Airs. lexitninnlalii, tr a Colemnn. know whore he will bo sent next, but & CO, Props, Toledo, O. J Air, Virgil Aloore. who has been All DrUKtjtal has an inkling that ho will go 'Is f r rnruMpatlnn Ki'iulv holding a position in St. Louis for several month, is at homo tor a "" i i i shoit visit. Ho spent Tuesday in Louisville nt the State fair nnd Wednesday inndo n visit to Frankfort. ' He will return to St. Louis, where he will very likely attend Washington R r, corn-fooler, -I 2.1-3g "1 THE NEXT LIBERTY LOAN IS SCHEDULED TO BEGIN SEPT. 28tli AND END OCT. lOlh, 1918. ALL PERSONS SHOULD BEGIN AT ONCE TO SAVE MONEY TO BE INVESTED IN THESE BONDS. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK WILL BE PLEASED TO HAVE YOU DEPOSIT IN ITS SAVINGS DE. PARTMENT, OR IN YOUR CHECK. Jfi M essoin m Corn Pain ! EUird-l- hr Corn It Doemodt off like a banana m.iRlo "Oots-It.- " THE WOMAN'S CLUB very Inltfrostlnjr meeting of the Woman's Club was held In the club rooms, Saturday, when the following officers we're Installed: President, Mrs. W. H. Shanks; Vice president, Mrs. m. Severance j Recording sccrctnry, J "no irensurcr, ' r' Miss Ilellb Dcnnv. After the tp. porta of tho committee were made, Atiss Mnttie Pnxton told nbout the library nnd Its needs. The plan of the year's work was outlined bv Airs. W. II, Shanks. The club work hns been divided into two departments; one being "war work," nnd the other "civics." Under the department of wnr work will be conducted, a Liberty Bond sale, Belgian relief work, Red Cross work nnd several Interesting lectures. Tho club wns opened with a membership of ninety member. When the program for the afternoon wns concluded nn informnl reception wns enjoyed. The club rooms were decorated with Amenran flags nnd cut flowers. Delightful re freshments of grnne Juice nnd snnd- wiches were served. AtARVKI.OUS seed wheat for snle. John Cnmenish, Stanford, Kv., II. V. A I I I I I I I "'""i Parlies who have not paid their counts made prior to July 1, 1918, will please come forward and pay at once, as I am compelled to raise money and must take j steps to collect. ac-rvL'- ATI" L' The Lincoln Phar m acy J. W. ACEY, Proprietor The NOTICE 5 ja added to tf Store Two I). No. B. 73-- lp FOR SALE Typewriter. Oliver No. li, new. Rev. Fnther Leo, 7l-2- p Ky. FOR nurc Timothy see N'uwlnnil fe Nowland 99.6 "r purity; 05", gormi- - nniion. rncc right. 7r.ti FOR SAI.K A good strong buggy, nlso a fnrm horse. Rev. Fn'hcr Leo, Ottcnhcjm, Ky. 71 2p SAFE Wnnted n second-hansafe. Alcdium size nnd must be in good shnpe. Lincoln Pharmacy, Stan71-t- f ford, J. V. Accy. FOR SALE Two nice Duroc gilts; possess Defender blood. Weight 1 10 pounds. Price 20c per pound. Jnmes 7S-Cannon, AIcKinney,Ky. .MONEY Found nnd left nt thii office a pocket book containing a small amount. Owner can get it by laying 25c forthis notice. It d fnrms in Lincoln nnd Doyle counties. Best terms. Lowest rate of interest. Box 4C5. Somerset, Ky. t "FOR SALE Three-hors- e fertilizer drill, used only a year, and one yenrlitig Southdown buck. R. C. Nunnelley, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 72-8- MONEY TO LOAN on Improved school tax Oct. 1. Settle with L. R. farms one of 170 ultcs, , well imHughes or me nt First National proved, mile from town nnd on pike; Dank. C. II. Foster, Treasurer. 71-the other of 50 ncres close to town. All good land. W. C. Floyd, Huston-vill- e, NON-SKISome-thin- g PAVEMENT p Ky. new. No slipping. See sample in the Lincoln County National CLOTHES CLEANED without tho Bank. E. T. Ray, general contract-or- , use of gasoline No odor nor dirt 75-- 4 p Stanford, Ky. left. Prices right. Also shoe shinSee me at George Reed's shop I desire to rent ing. FARM WANTED a fnrm of about 100 ncres, convenient in New Stanford Hotel Building. p to school. Will pay money or grain Walter Forline. Rnm-,nerent. Write me nt once C. L. FOR SALE Two Angus cows, Stanford. R. F. I). No. 4. with cow calves at foot. They arc SOW and pigs came to my place pure bred but not subject to regissome dnys ago. Owner can cet them ter. This Is high-las- s stuff nnd is by paying for this notice, their keep priced to sell. M. D. Carson, telennd describing them. J. D. Tarking-ton- . phone 458, Hustonvillc Exchnnge. Stanford, II. F. D. No. 2. 75-t- f 75-r, FOR SALE Double roller FURNITURE FOR SALE- -I have high grade Polled Short- for sale privotely until Thursday tho horn weanling bulls. Some following furniture, which is all Pcrcheron geldings nnd practically new, but which I will sell Alore-lanmares. A. W. Carpenter, at a bargain: One chitiorobc, ono 75-t- f Kyj washstnnd, one dresser, one dressing COAL The bnn if lifted, and table nnd chair, one rocker, lot dinI will soon have coal for every one ing chairs, one kitchen cabinet, ono who wants it. High grade coal. Hon- kitchen table. Remember thnt theao est weights, nnd a square deal all must be sold by Thursday, 10th. Airs. around. Phone your order now. N. T. N. Aldridge, rooms in Odd FelW. Fowle. lp lows Building. 73-875-2y, " pcnnlty FOR SALE PRIVATELY t J 5-- It Culti-nncke- ld d, t TheNewestFallMillinery Our Formal Opening Will Be Held Saturday, Sept. 21 YOU ARE CORDIALLY 5. 73-4- t wi Sat-uulf- see-lhe- ESTRAY A mouse colored mule, mnre, came to my place about Sept. Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep. Felix White, Stanford. HOME FOR SALE rwill sell my house and lot located on Cemetery street. Crab Orchard, Ky., Saturday, Sent. 28th at 2 o'clock. ThisTilnco Is nbout 140 feet front nnd 450 feet long It will be offered in li lo's about ilxlr)0 feet. A road through center. Then it will be of as a whole. Terms made known fered on da of sale. Annie Butcher ! Green 75-12-fo- INVITED TO OUR LINE. CALL AND INSPECT THE STYLE SHOP, Stanford, Ky. MRS. RELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS LANCASTER STREET t rorl d uU r -- I pM ."' ...-..- o Of- - Land, Stock And Crop. On Wednesday, Sept. 25 Beginning promptly at 9:30 A. M. I will sell my nice little Situated on top of Center's Hill on the Stanford and Hustonville pike 6 miles from Stanford and 4 miles from Hustonville. This farm has a nice cottage, with three porches and a splendid cistern and all necessary outbuildings, including large stock and tobacco barn. No ground on this farm has been culti' vated for several years except about 5 acres and 7 acres of that is now in corn and 8 acres in wheat stubble with timothy and clover sown on it. Has nice lot of fruit trees. Some as nice peaches as ever grew. Plenty of water on back part of farm. Personal propfive-room ri uics Farm of 90 Acres I It 1 erty 1 nzxn n s Six Nice Yearling Steers, Three Yearling Heifers, 3 Extra Good Milk Cows, 16 Ewes and One ,H Welch's Ml Buck, Good Family Mare, gentle enough for anybody to drive. One-hainterest 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 lf University this yenr. ' WBhIIhi r ' " - ' - in j ' ' ' - i j , liiiiiiiiiitiawiiiiniiiiiiiii I'liiiiiimrml gjy RELIEF WORK IN BELGIUM Every household in the land has some spare clothing, worn or outgrown, of little use here, but desperately needed by the destitute Every kind of garment, for nil ages and both sexes is urgently needotl; pieco goods, ticking, sheeting, blankets, woolen goods, shoes, practical things. De ready with them Del-ginn- s. school. TERMS made known on day of sale. nextweek. (Ad with ordi-r- ; The Penny Drug Store The Kiddies Favorite Fountain CENT-A-WOR- D btrt r 1 bo rrnl t word neb liiur, tub d lett than tie ch liiuf.) 7U-1- ADS 1 E. D. PEYTON, R. F. D. 5, Stanford JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. '00 FARM FOR HENT ueiu, ouiniora, ivy. Apply to F. & Page Six 1 r 4 ww .f he Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, September 17, 1918 4T Scoiwmy Sin-c-k Tl if 1912 both calfskin and sole leather hive risen over loo's?. All other Items that enter into the making of a pair of jhoes are higher ome ieveral hundred per cent. Our advice, in view of this ituation, U pay at least $7.50 to f,ix for your shoes. It is true economy. The satisfaction you get from the better workmanship and materials will justify the expenditure. Come in and see our Crossett models for Fall. CMahes Ufa " Walk Easy" SCHOOL CLOTHES j Our stock of Boys' Suits, Shoes, Caps, Shirts, Neckwear and Blouses is now complete. These wearables are designed and tailored to give service and satisfaction. We also have a complete line of Shoes for Girls, and you will find anything you want in this line at our store, so when in need call on us. ROBINSON'S Oliver Riding Plows Disc Harrows and Superior Grain Drills &r J. C. S. BLACKBURN Joseph C. S. Blackburn left tho United States Sonntn Vnlv plevrn yenra niro, and thnt, n one considers'! me oruinnry pnn or lire, does not, seem n loner time, nnd vet so much ihns hnnncned during tho intorvonlnc period thnt Mr. Hlnckburn pnsses away almost n memory. At home In Kentucky ho will lie remembered be- enuse of tho part ho plnyed In Kentucky politics, his clcnr nnd powerful voice, his interesting personality nnd sunny nature, but, when it comes to discussing thnt period nt Wnshlnp-to- n In which Mr. Blackburn plnyed n part, the nvernuc mnn will sny thnt ho remembers very little nbout It. Wo do not sny any of these thlnps In n spirit of depreciation of tho Kentucklnn who died nt Washington. As n mnttcr of fnct, Mr. Cnrlisle, who plnyed n much Rrcnter pnrt in American history during the four deendes following the war, is cqunlly forgotten. Those who hnd the opportunity to sec Mr. Cnrlisle during the venrs when he wns Spcnkcr of the Itousc or Secretary of the Trensury will never forget thnt wonderful fnce, with learning nnl intellect stamped upon every linament. nnd the thou sands of Kentucky people who hnve henrd Joe Blnckburn on the stump will not fail to recall his ensy flow of eloquence. But the two men belonged to a period thnt is not only over, but which, while important in mnny wnys, has been thrust into per-hnundeserved obscurity by the rush of world events incidental to the Europcnn wnr. Mr. Blnckburn dies an old mnn, but ho played n prominent part for mnny yenrs nnd enjoyed the life he lived. The Evening Post differed with the decenscd Senator in, perhaps, a majority of hi1 economic views, nnd we rarely found ourselves on tho same side in Kentucky politics. Even nt the edge of the grave we must state the facts. But we always were abte to see Mr, Blnckbtirn's good points nnd to understand why be nnd so many nnd such staunch friends. A great ilon'i might be said of him, for tie led, on the whole, an interesting life, but we think the best enitanh is the fnct thnt. although he wns in Congress'iluring a period when mens (dens or honor were low as compared to now, no dishonest cent ever landed in the palm of his hand. He was an upright man, with taste that might hnve been ex- wealthy man, fiected of a very n poor man. but he Louisnnd died ville Post. I I yes-terd- The R. L. Burton Farm At Acution On SATURDAY, SEP. 21 190 Acres 190 Of The Best Tobacco, Corn and Hemp Land In Central Kentucky Six Miles Northeast of Lancaster on Buckeye Pike in Garrard County. DESCRIPTION Long level frontage on both sides of pike, with improvements in center of farm. Mostly level and rolling with small portion partly steep. SANDSTONE land which gives the WEIGHT and COLOR and has made the REPUTATION of Garrard County tobacco. In high state of cultivation, fencing good, and watered by living springs. 40 ACRES in corn, 8 acres in tobacco, 6 ,...LU1 an i m acres siuuuie suwn io grass, ju acres mcaaow, oaiance in DlueO mile to good school, one-hagrass. One-hal- f mile to church, telephone and mail service. IMPROVEMENTS Splendid dwelling, two porches, one a large concrete porch, basement, bath room, water works, servants' house, garage, 3 hen housos, cistern and well. Two eight-acr- e tobacco barns, two silos, two stock barns equipped with feed and litter carriers, stock scales, tenant house. Beautiful level yard to pike with large shade trees, good orchard. This farm has been taken care of by the present owner for 25 years, he has been a breeder and feeder of high class stock, fed in barns and maintained the land in high state of fertility. 1 . i. Are Ready For You W. H. HIGGINS, - - Stanford, Ky. lough. Miss Christine Metcnlfe, of Lancaster, is the guest of Mrs. Martha PAINT LICK Our school opened omnilrv. 18 i Misses May Powell nnd em oiled. Mattic Adams resigned as teacher)' and have positions elsewhere. Mr. B. B. Montgomery nnd Mrs. F. V Smith have been put in as substitutes. Jnmes Woods nnd William Marsh-bank- s have bought J. L. Dozier's farm at S130 per ncre. Robert Arnold. Jr., one of our rnvnl boys, is at home on a fur- f Ladies' High Shoes New Fall Styles in Grey, Brown and Black w. CRAB ORCHARD, E. PERKINS KENTUCKY k i 1 DAVIS' STORE Leonard H. Robinson, who hns been teaching at the Sugar Grove school, has given up his school at that place, and has gone to Detro-t- , where he says he is getting more money with less work. Mr. Robinson says that the legislature will have to do something for Kentucky school teachers, as they can not live at the present salaries. A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OF LEARNING Misses Cora and Cecil Hall, of LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North ofPostofT.ee Richmond, have been visiting for the Trains young men, and women for Business or Civil Service lust week with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. All who deiire to qualify for either or both lines of Smith. positions. The farmers in this section nrc employment should write for full information at once. complaining of their corn being greatly damaged by squirrels as there seems to be nn increased number of them this season. bought nn aged M. H. Johnson wcrk mule from some Danville parties last week. The Pine Grove Sunday school en joyed a treat Inst Sunday, Misses Corn and Cecil Unit, of Richmond, singing some beautiful solos. FEED IT DRY SOME OF OUR RAPIER'S PIG MEAL. FEED We hear ot complaint witn tne lrisu potato crop in this section as not beIT IS MADE OF IN SELF FEEDERS, OR USE IT AS A SLOP. ing anything like a half crop. Somo of our men seem to apprecSUGAR CANE, ALFALFA MEAL, MILL FEED, LINSEED MEAL iate "Uncle Sam's" kindness in granting them a vacation nnd free transAND CORN MEAL. IS A BALANCED RATION. portation to France. r 2f ccos spehcer. rrt.Umt CIIAS G. HAKIIIS. Mn IV.IJnt It. U. LIND3EY, Secretary Some of our voune bloods hnve been running up nnd down our highways cursing and swearing nnd shooting thoir nons. We trust the officers of Garrard and Madison counties will watch for such and catch them nnd let them pay a heavy fine for violating the laws of our land. Tolmccn cultlntr is the order of the dav and the corn crop, which is light, will soon be readv for the knife. Corn sold at the Walker sale for $8 a barrel at the heap in the field. Mrs. Fanntc Cornctt Is on the sick list. Mrs. R. u. Woods sold several fnt hogs to Center Bros. Mis Clone MeWhorter goes uacK to Millershurc to school this week and MUs Stella MeWhorter goes to Ashland to teach. The Baptist meeting is in progress nnd good attendance. Tom Logsilnn and Rurdettc Ramsey attended the State fair. Burgess. ii m lf two-stor- y, ten-roo- r Commercial School Tobacco From This Farm Sold Last Year For 50c Per Pound. Present Crop Will Bring $1,000 Per Acre. The land will be sold in three tracts, 60 acres with dwelling, 1 1 PIG MEAL THIS LOTS. YOU LOTS OF OUR FEEDERS ARE BUYING VYAGON-LOA- PIG MEAL IN GET COOD RESULTS. ASK YOUR i NEIGHBOR. WHILE PASTURES ARE DRY FEED YOUR COW CREMO DAIRY FEED. SAME FEED WE SOLD HERE ALL LAST WINTER. J. H. Baughman & Co. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 'k ' THOUGHT ONE CLEAN SHIRT ALL HE NEEDED "Ton venrs ago I was reduced to n mere shadow. I was yellow as n gold pieco and would often be doubled up with most excruciating Physicians pnins In my stomnch. could only relievo me with morphine. I was advised to try ftlayr's wonderful Remedy nnd It helped me at ones. What is more. I havo been well ever since. A friend said he thought nno more clean shirt all I would ever wear." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract und allays the inflammation which causes pructically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, Including appendicitis. One doso will convince or money refunded. The Lincoln Pharmacy; The Penny Drug Store. T. Rnwlincs. of the West End. bought of various parties a bunch of calves ut about $20. M. stock barn and tobacco barn, 90 acres with stock barn and tobacco barn and 40 acres with tenant house. If the bidders desire will combine two or more tracts. WILL SELL IT THE WAY YOU WANT TO BUY IT. Look at the land before day of sale. The owner or the parties named below will be glad to show it at any time. TERMS EASY. At the same time will sell the following stock: 20 Short horn pair horse mules, 4 to yearlings, 700 lbs.; 2 pair mare mules and 6 years old; 5 pair mated mare mules; 4 Short horn cows with calves; 23 black faced ewes; I registered Southdown buck; hay baler, manure spreader, ensilage cutter, 12H. P. gas engine and a lot of good farming implements. For further particulars inquire of D. A. Thomas, Real Estate, Lancaster, Ky., or W. E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky., or 1 two-year-old 1 1 1 1 Swinebroad THE REAL ESTATE MAN. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. $1.50 A YEARI l. 71 rp .4 T "a "i . .;.; mmimmimmmmmmmmmmmmam -- jB f ' "' ' -- ' ' X '.' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, September -. i 17, 1918 " ' Pagc9vo POSTED! We, whoso names nra hereto attached will permit neither hunting, fishing no rtrcspassing of any kind on our property, end those guilty of doing such will 'be prosecuted to tho full extent of tho law: J. C. Fox & Son; Fox Duddernr; M. D. Klrnoro. it .TSalaaaaaW. rr Tf afc. BttttKKfiKl 'W .V . M Jaw m BBBBBBBBB aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaT BBVBBBBnHBBWBBBBV BbVbBBbV aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaraaH " Pistol and Revolver Cartridges or Shooting Right FOR Iiornt os lo win Knowing defeat, for h hunting' or for Urfet itiootintf. luy tl.e li'n.l of jniitot in J revelrer expert! demand anj champion depend Rcminfton UMC " Red D.I1 hrtnl ahot may coat him lli match. KHHiftfi UMC CarteiJfa, all rtflt. Tie eM ee'lleiaae U "a.WJ alluvial ''ft-,.' Bail leeae earteiJfee ?eaeej le. Km tier Java out raiefire in hundred (kola throw him out of In, winning "form," the tarfe! champion chootae Rcminfton UHC CartriJfci. lit Im.i li'eye eiaee la ImWJ J.w. l. ,;,Vn ( (.eat ,lH.l. It lea (naj till iltUotelaaeaLa w lea. W a.J J.I, At. la leal, a aera. ' Ci.e Htaaiaflaa UMC .1,11 ih.f aeief;l'unieounttDlcwi1J ON GUARD, KENTUCKY! MIDDLEKURG .... uiiivu bui Ifinlt, mam IKhan uui mwi.j aMl- Tho scarcity of young'tnen in tho a.iiw nun. vtiiuii idlers nro striking nt the serpent Sunday schools nnd other church nenn or ucriin upon the bloody sfjrvlces hero Js being keenly felt to Held, Krntucklans nnvo beforo them sny nothing of the snd homes the opportunity to strike nnothcr . so by renson of thier nbsencc. made vero blow nt Berlin, even though they Judge Lincoln nnd Mrs. Wells nnd fire occupied nt desks, nt benches or Morton Estcs went to tho Stnto fnlr. nt the plow. Kentucky's opportunity Luther Tomes, who hns been in to help clinch the victories of our Illinois for two yenrs, come home troops nnd our allies lies In the elec- Wednesdny to rcsgistcr. tion of Mr. Htnnlcy to succeed the G. II. Lnnhnm, who Ipft Cnsey 20 Into Senntor Ollie M. Jnmcs in the yenrs ngo nnd went to the stnte of United Stntes Senntc. Wnshlngton. is visiting his fnthcr, There Is nothing thnt pleases the Robert Lnnhnm. Imperial Herman Kovernment more Late tobneco is growing fine since than the opportunity to point out to the rnlns enmc, but much of it will tho civilian population of the empire likely be cnught by the the fact that political chances arc Very little of the weed hns frost. been taking place in the cppitals of the housed, nnd much of thnt wns cut to Knlrnto. The Oertnan mind lays prevent the sun from burning it up. ready and avid hold of any shiftim? Miss W. T. Miller nntl son, Preston, of the political scenes outside the nnd Miss Stclln Jones went to LiberIron ring, and the replacement of so ty Montlnv to do some shopping. notnblc a Democrat as was Senntor Tom Cnldcr, who whipped Kill James by an unknown Republican Roy in the fight mentioned In Inst would be construed in Ucriin nnd week's letter, wns held over to the Potsdam as a repudiation of the grand jury by Judge J. I). Tnylor. President's management of tho wnr An nutomobile driven by n young by the voters of the great Commonmnn by the nnme of Rodgcrs did the Coulter will enter Centre College nnd his brother, Tclllus, will take work In tho splendid new High School nt Dnnville; Mr. Matt MeWhorter, will report to Cnmp Tnylor in n few dnys; Messrs. Vcrtrlco Whent, Floyd Rlggens, Mnrshnll MeWhorter, Preston Miller, Alfred Rlggens and E. G. Godbcy will enter the military school at State University. Let it be hoped thnt nil mny nssemblc ngnln nnd have nnothcr good time. Mr. Wnlter II. Moser hnd to resign his position In the High School nt Middlcburg when he wns cnlled to Wnshlngton, D. C, by tho Civil Service Commission to ncccpt n position in the military ncronnutics. Mr, Moser took the civil scrvlc; examination Inst Mnrch nntl hns been expecting to be cnlled at any time. It Is n splendid position nnd he is to bo commended. OLD WE BUY FALSE TEETH S'ne-tu- nl We pny from $2.00 to $35.00 per et (broken or not) tho pnv vnluo for Dinmond.i, old Gold, Silver nnd Urldgework. Send nt onco by pnrccl post and receive ensh by return mnil. MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY Dept. X, 2007 S. Sth St. PHILADELPH I A , PA. .J J tier ar; It. ry0jrxmfuoliuthriin aHmataA.' Yaur Community We REMINGTON ARMS UNION MtrrALLICCARTRIDCECCInc. t lit VeWa WOOLWORTH DLDC. NEW YORK JUST RECEIVED ! A Car Load of Fordson Tractors Two of These Trac-frfC w;u R wealth of Kentucky. In Ucriin it is known thnt Kentucky Is n Democratic State. It Is known how splendid was the representation of Kcntuo.v m the United States Senate with Ollie M. .James constnntly and ably in support of the President's policies. If then Kentucky should make so great nn error as to elect nny Republican to succeed Senator James the Imperial German government could go to the masses of the Oermnn people saying that schism existed in the United States Government, and could bolster the crumbling morale of the German civilian population. This must not be permitted. No clement of our national strength should be allowed to wane. This matter is a matter for the studious consideration of the whole people of the Commonwealth, re gardless of party. ucmocrnts, independents, Kepub-liennRemember the nation first. Louisville Times. HELL'S PROTEST To hell with the kaiser, The allied world cries, And hearing these curses, All hclldom replies. ted to Lincoln County a lif If the thing called the kaiser Should come diiwn below, Where in hell's kingdom Oould the rest of us go? Ananias would lose His seat by the fire Where now he holds sway As the world's greatest liar- Past masters in rapine And murder and lust Would hide in far corners In fear nnd disgust. Fierce pirates would scatter Like rats from n ship At the coming to hell Of this submarine "klip." To hell with the kaiser We beg you do not. Don't send him down here; He'd make hell too hot. We even doubt much If tile devil could hinder The kAiscr from burning Mini DONT LET SOME ONE ELSE GET IN HIS ORDER FIRST The Danville Buick Co. DANVII LL L. B. CONN. Prop. KENTUCKY turtle net nt the foot of Green river hill n few dnys since. There were several children In the machine hut luckily none of them was hurt. W. C. Royalty, who is at Cnmp Tnylor, writes to a friend here thnt he is tloing what the other fellow tells him. No more nnd no less. Registration day services were well nttended here. There were no slnskers thnt we hnve heard of, nnd mnny of those present were henrd to express n willingness to fight the kniser In any wny he might choose. VThc nunil crop is surely short this yenr, if indeed, there is nny crop nt nil. Several fnrmers tell us thnt none hnve been rnfcd on their fnrms this senson. W. T. Moore snys he ' never saw his fnrm without a flock of I nunil until now. In no other wny could the young people who arc to leave the community soon hate been honored than they wore last Tuesday evening when an chicken ronst was held at High Hank on Green river near this place. Miss Alma Branson and Mr. Walter .Vscr were given credit for the splendid wny in which they rooked the chickens, eggs, coffee, nnd the soup deserves special mention ns something new nnd very pnlatabla. The supper, which was bountiful, "was spread on the clean white rocks, made it look more like times, nnd nil the old folks present snid it reminded them very much of olden dnys. About fifty people were present nnd every one snoke hichtv of the ocension. The orension wns given in honor of the following, who are to leave: .Miss Kuth Jones will leave next week for Cnmp Hancock, Ga., to enter training school for trained nurse; Miss Gene Elliott will soon resume her studies at Hamilton College; Mr. Walter Moser was called to leave Saturday for Wash ington, I). C, where he is to take n government position; Mr. Jolen Al- -t len. who has been nt Lexington in training school and who was visiting homefolks was present, he will leave for Franco soon; Mr. Ilontn chlckcn-de-nuincllc is Watches, Clocks, JewelNOTICE Notice Is hereby given thnt tho and Spectacles Turnersville Supply Compnny ns n corporation hns terminated, nnd thnt the business formerly conducted by Repaired by snid corporation will hereafter be conducted by a partnership under ROBERT FENZEL tho firm name of Turnersville Supply Company, nnd thnt the business of STANFORD. KY. snid corporation will be settled ns speedily as possible. Now located in Myera Houie Flats, Witness our hnnds ns President nno Sccretnry of said corporation, Two Doors Weil of Firat this 27th day of August, 1018. J. N. CASH. President. National Bank. ry For the Land's Sake Use Bowker' s Fertili Only a few Tons Left John B. Rif f e, Hustonville Walnut Street. Phone 798 into a cinder. "As a A Few Choice Farms and Desirable Town Properties matter of fact. The devil has fear That the kaiser mav get him Without coming here. He thinks thnt the kniscr. If the truth we mny tell, Is planning right now To submarine hell. CtltS60i(999t3 144 Acres Boyle Co. Land At Auction Wednesday, September 25th, 1918 AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. LOCATION: miles South of Danville, on East side of HusTwo and one-hatonville pike, the best pike in Boyle County, one mile of splendid Graded School and 2 miles to the Nationally known Centre College and Kentucky College for Women, mile from L. & N. Railroad and 2 miles from Queen & Crescent R. R. DESCRIPTION: Fertile soil, slightly rolling, just enough to drain, any kind of machinery can be used on the entire farm. No Waste Land. 55 acres in corn, 4 acres tobacco, 6 acres alfalfa, balance meadow and grass, splendid fencing and everlasting water. Plenty of fruit trees, also raspberries, strawberries and grapes. IMPROVEMENTS: Located near center of farm with beautiful driveway from nine-roopike, large metal roof dwelling, situated in large yard with fine shade trees, hall, 2 porches, cellar, 2 large barns, double corn crib, granary, stock scales, cistern at house, water in barn. lf I two-story, m, 1 For Sale SEE US For he "dopes" that the kaiser, When he starts for perdition, Will want the whole works Without competition. BOND VALUES WILL INCREASE Money is the cheapest thing in America today. It takes more money right now than in the Inst twenty years to buy most of the things thnt make for comfort nnd fonvenienco in life. Your cost of living has more than dcubled in he last four years. Prices of nenrly nny article you may CAR-LOA- D nnnic have incrensed nnywhere from IJO to 'JOO per cent. In many in stances they have jumped 500 per cent. Your dollnr todav ts worth corres pondingly less than it was at tho be ginning of the world war. litis is nn nil important considera tion in the purchase of n Liberty liond. For your bond, bought today with a dollar worth less than fifty cents, will bu redeemable in dollnrs worth ai'iiroNimately their fnee vnlue. Present conditions will not con Untie forever. Values will eventually right themselves. Ami the bond holder will bo the w'nncr. It is good business to buy n stnplo THIS LISTEN To the Public: nrticlo whcn it is cheap and sell it when the price goes up. Most forWouldn't you like to live in tl I rrprru-- Iht Urfait irni hail mnielo tunes hnve been mado in that wny. nre And. in that the midst of good churches, KJ 1 . " clothlnc C houut in IhciIU. countrr doing wheneffect,buy n is what vouwith fric ikl you Mr Chita. $100 bond la and max good schools, good people and iwri'Dte your mraiurin rlvri clirccllnf I ho r.i... dr uirs worth less than fifty cent Inff or ma. ill rlothra. ho ii nut a prarliral tailor. If tod each. shade? If so see will fit me your ord.r. I will promlta yon It hns been n long time sinco the quar dfl. lou will rat I he worth ol farmer could buy n money, either In lb cheapest trade, or youi average Ihi B. L. FAGALY bond for the price of an higher prlrea. Jr ncrc of wheat, or tho averngo wotk- AT STANFORD. KENTUCKY SPRING AND SUMMER his earnings for ten days' He Has a Nice Homo For You. line ol tamplei U now ready far your la man with work". paction, tail now and lei ma thow yon Hut it s possible now. H. C. AUCTIONEERING S And tho wise ft How will do it. Dinwiddie & O wrens Moreland and Hustonville -- I OF Old Hickory Wagons JUST RECEIVED ed '-! i i M E. T. Pence, Jr., TO Stanford Jar 200-barr- el '' -- -- nt A Splendid Home; A Desirable Place To Live TERMS EASY. This farm will be sold worth the money. Land is increasing in value. If you will look over this farm you will like it. The owner, Mr. J. R. Barnes, or W. E. Moss, or the undersigned will be glad to show the farm at anny time. I RUPLEY?w highest prices for your land, stock, crops or household goods. I cn set you JSslss Cried Anywhm JOHN . DINWIDDlIa M.r.U.et A. B. C. Dinwiddie .Undertaker and Funeral Director Junction City, Kentucky DISLOYALISTS HEAVILY FINED A Covington dispatch snys: Three Danville Business School men recently convicted in tho Federal court hero on charges of violatA Practical Uuiineia Education Ab- ing tho espionage law, were sentenced solutely Necettary To Ai to various terms in tho penitentiary. C H. Schoberg, sliu6 man, was sensura Succett. tenced to ten years In tho Mounds-vill- o penitentiary. Ho wns convicted Danville Business on twenty-fou- r counts. Henry Felt-mawealthy tobacco man, convictSchool G'ves This counts, wns sened on fourteen tenced to seven years nt Moundsville e For Catalogue and Information nnd fined $40,000. J. Henry Kruse, real estate dealer, was sentenced to five years at Moundsville. Thev were D. B. HARRIS, Pritvetpa.1, convicted on testimony collected with Ky. a dictograph. lo, ' The n, Ad-dr- THE REAL ESTATE MAN Swinebroad M LANCASTER, KY. Da-vil- t iriajf5 . rv t' V IS Page Eight PUBLIC SALE SAT., SEPT. 21, 1918 Al 2 O'clock P. M. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuday;"September. enr-lon- f 7, 1 9 1 (5 s K !,' C3ir lth. Of My Household and Kitchen Furniture Consisting of let of dining room furniture, set of bed room furniture nml number of extra beds, druggcta, rugs, chain, tobies, chinnunre, kitchen utensils, cooking stove nnd coni oil stove, nnd other things too numerous to mention. Snle will be held at my residence on Lancaster Street, Stanford, Ky. ON KNOWN TERMS MADE DAY OF SALE. A. C. HILL Col. John Dinwiddle, Auctioneer. 1 DEBTS COLLECTED of all Accounts, Notes, Claim kinds collected anywhere in the world. No charges unless we collect. Reference! Farmers National. Ask about us. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Somerset, Ky. Office! Room 7 Masonic Building. J. M. REYNOLDS WAYNESBURG UNDERTAKER. We carry a large and complete stock of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. -- ; Phone: Farmers' lino No. - - . Woodstock line No. - Dr. J. G. Carpenter Stanford, Kentucky. Lincoln County National Hank Building. Diseases of the eye, nose, throat. Pelvic, Recta) ear, Gcnito-Urinarend !?nn. Eyes Scientific tested nnd glass fully prescribed. C3 CONSULTATION and SURGERY Office in ! x Undertaker Embalmer i. J.. OfflV ONLY TWO WAYS JUNCTION CITY ADDITIONAL PERS0NALS "Tartan of tfc Amm ,- td Mr. T. B. Hnmmond bought n There are only two ways In vhlch . Miss Maude Carter leave Saturday House, Thursdy Mrs. Carl A7 MeTI of cattle in Louisville this week. we ran enu mis wnr, for Devil's I,nko. North Dakota, to LIFT OFF CORNS! Miss May Hammond Was in LouisWe can stand together, combine teach In the School for the Deaf this week's visit to Mr. fttHf.JHi. near MlKhelMHtnr. ville a while this week. Carter our m nome nnu noronti, nnui'v"! Mr. nnd Mrs. John Grave,-- f Thanks nrc tluo Mr. Stanley Catron lick lorces Misses Mnrv I), and Laura Carter the buns to a frazxle for repairing the electric signal bells and calCorns left Saturday afternoon for Jack- venna, r.fliu county, wre With fingers Or we enn surrender. at school. sonville. III., where thoy will tench Mr. nnd Mrs. Morritm MrisrM. luses lift off? No painl . Deputy Collector H. R. 3a If wc hesitate, weaken "our forces In the Stnto School fortho Deaf. The sassafras factory, Mr Blair, of dllly-dall- y I.ouIsn Mo. owner, has been making by division of sentiment, nnd B. D. Carter was up from Mitchells-bur- g wns In Pulaski and MeCrtxsry mi along nn uncertain policy, wo Mngiel dtint drop a little PrrVrono extracts this week. Saturday. , Ho likes farming last of the week on official hwt1 will only prolong the world agony first-ratMr Baxter Coovert asks us to Miss Sallic Kubanks eft M on tlist touchy com. itntiuilly it top nnd his hands show ho Is for St. Augustine, Fin., where doing some real fnrm work. nehliiK, Uicn m lift the corn oil with slnto that he will deliver fresh beef interminably. on Saturday In Junction nnd Shelby Truly I No humbug I M And get nowhere save into deeper Mr J. Hoffman, of Williams- will tench this year In th tie lingers. Cities nnd Danville. burg, was up In tho Morelnnd section School for the Blind nnd Deaf,. wnter. Mr. Thomns Cosby is tearing down Inst of tho week looking after his We to nnd stable near tho wny. wantwantend the fight only ono fnnn Mle says bis crop lire- fine the stoie-roo(Iru. March, In his levlew ef Wc to bent Gefmnny deschool lot and this gives n better cisively. So completely war situation, G that never was I'rcd (looch. of tho West End, Pershing lino Indicates that view of tho grounds. in town Saturday afternoon tellJust started. ngnin will she be nblc to plunge the On Saturday, Sept. 28th, at ing about n big, tluo boy be had nt other Washington expert adfntiert Him tlijw.... ,,,.,v L.t. ..1 !.. rucii illl . tKM Boyle County Sunday old world into such another night his home. the He arrived on the 1 1 tit ..... ,..,..,,, 111 this School Convention will meet. The marc of Uoodshcd ns world has been. nnd has been named Wilson Randolph the Gennnns on tho movo nil wWJ ngony. Wo wnnt to end this program will nppear later. ter ty continual attack on And we enn do It only if every fel- Gooch. Ho weighed nine pounds on his arrival. inula in mo wmicrn ironi, FOU SALE Two good brood'nnd low does his part. Mrs I. M. Bruce nnd pretty daughtSmIWi A Fugnte. of AdalrvilIe,vM; work marcs with mule colts. Mrs. F. Wc can not nfTord to hae the war Katheriue Bruce, arrived at ! rnnklin, twenty-nin- e p B. Barnette. Hustonville, Ky. A drawn bat- er, Mis mules at mi end in compromise. from Jacksonville, Fin., last of the nvomgo of $210 nnd one. victory for tle really menns FOR SALE nt onci. One hundred many. Germany a licked, but Ger- week to spend some time nt their old All of tho animals woro 2 f6r WW. yean off not bushels of extm good "Marvelous" Germany home here. They nrc both looking ago and unbroken. A number of J seed wheat. Mrs. F. B. Barnette, thoroughly so, still means splendidly and show evidence of good sucKiing muies were soli! at pttcaa; Any compromise will trlumphnnt. Hustonville, Ky. lenvc Germany in a position to come treatment In tho "land of flowers." ranging from $100 to $140. back ngnin in nnother forty years or less and deluge the world with blood once more. Germany must be whipped to a standstill. She must be beaten to her Sept.30-Oc- t. knees. She must beg for mercy at Try Trwionol Your druggist JU a the feet of her conquerors. In no tiny bottle for a few cents, sufficient to ".(ti'iiiwCy. nrronKR a. MO.SDU. SinTfMlir.tt so other way can the German spirit be rid your feet of every hard corn, soft , Wlnnl Hall t HI f 3.000 Tim Krnlnrkr (l.Jnir-ulJ- .) corn", or corn between the too, nnd chastened; the German nmbition sub- The iKlnrll) (up, rr-M- ) Trullm , ........ $ niao 3.01111' "rrraw Kiann ft c.illiiMH. without one Tfirticle of pain, I dued. j ono. uM, Trunin t 07 ( U... I'urliiK . l.oe . ., MM raiinc f or irritation. Freeone is thoiJ She must never be permitted to till tlM. 1'iwlnv l.noe lima orotic ocTotir.it 7 disoumy of a noted Cinoiniuti ginius, iosii the wnr in n position to come out of To farmers in Central nnd SouthTUMI.W. OCTCIIIU I say that "the whole world fought KenturLv I nturlts ,, It 1,000 i me iiwiru lTmltlne ern Kentucky at n low rate of In,....,. . IJaa i mnmrrrf LAND, STOCK AND CROP but could not conquer me." Trnllliic l.non 3il( (l4u, Tmlllna terest. Easy nnd attractive pay( ir.wr We might ns well surrender right f.N In.- -, Trnllliic M. B. nnd Everett V. Carson, of ratios ... ... , ments with tncprivilegc of pnying 1:03 I . 1'arln; 1,000 off the reel ns permit that. For it Hurtonville, bought of W. C. Floyd olT all or nny part of loan nt any tvksii .r. orTonr.n a rwtnc Tlie rnmlrlaml. tiOl 9 2&4 uiitM'smv oiTom:n would only be a matter of years un100 barrels of old corn nt $S 75. time. 1.300 I lllnnrr hlabra I'nclnc Congressman J. Campbell Cnntrill til wc should have to fight it nil over I'hnrnli llnlrl, I I Trnllliic till! We will help you pay for all the I It 1.11X1 Iju, Imtlliic 1 has bought the Willinm Smarr fnrm . (ill l.voo ::l pa.a, I'Mlni farm land vou wish to buy. if again. now is the time to Imllliif .,. Right , ,,, 1,000 v Tailnc of 87 ncres in Sc)tt county at Hrnsi.Miw. ocTonr.il t jou are in debt or need money to Germany. Finish in the flni.h with tlOJ wnv we l'riin..Mn.l. till . Trolling $212.50 per acre, t, Tllt'lfSlY. OCTOIint retire your lien notes we would be want to finish. And end XJK-, fa.Ju lulurllr all for all Tlix Tran;ltnta, StOt Irolllnj 3., it M. B. Cnrson, of the West End, glad to explnin. I.ftaa J Trnlllnr i.raa 'tro4 time. ll sold to J. H. Yowcll 20 hogs, aver. . l.mW' Tntttlitc In.tlrfa i:u l.aMI. None of us hnc the least idea of I.tn (1a, Trnillnc i.ishi pound, to go the aging about 180 Tiirnvntr. ocnitiRit it lx- radii l.VM t 0 ltllMt Trnlllria 1 , surrendering. It isn't to be consid- tut last five days in September, nt 18e. 19 (lata. Tratllilc ....... l JM Jjj i iiiiiw orronrit i ered. Dogs got into W. It. Leonard's oosv, . t III a Itl'i lira, J S Taring tun But nil of us must stand side by Tlie bunch of 10 sheep he hnil recently I.OOs J Irullrrs Ttif) lilliKliin DISTRICT MANAGER t.cxio side in the duty line. bought nt $20 each and did cOnsider-nbl- e , ,, I Sill (lax, Tn.lllnx I JUU.11 nwiuii.ti, in iipiiia . Tarm Loan Department Union . Every fellow mint buy Lil ertv 3il CM". I'arlnc M 13 Hrvsr.iiiKti. 10OO dnmngc, says the Hnrrodsburg Central Life Insurance Co. Bonds. Herald. ! It is our only wny to win. 802 Security Trust Bldg., Lex. The J. S Bovd farm, containing g 123 ncros, located on the Christinns-burington, Kentucky. "Tnrsan of the ApW Opera pike, three mile from Shclby-vill- e. House. Thursday night. 10th .T. Chester Turner, was sold to of ShnlbvAi'le, for $55,000. William McCabc sold his fnrm of 1T7 ncres on the east side of the Nicholasville turnpike, one mile from Versailles, to B S. Pnrnsh, of Franklin countv. nt S300 an ncre. W. T. F.winc sold for the Riker Mitch-clUburg Yarif, c,a 71-4- T Long Time Loans Kentucky's Great Trots A 46th Fall Meeting 12, 1918; i., ........ tM !, l, I'rri-fur--all. (!, ll, IU, CI-- u, !. l.. ill Jilt ,..) $t.9?i .,,,,.,.... ... .jT T' rio-rrar.o- BURT L. SIMS ltirr-rar-i- (la. I'lU-l- .lir J Most Noted Trotters fnd Pacers of America In Grent Spaed Contests Each Day C. McCLARY tlonr PhftB Phone lfif ' k ; 25 lights, $175.00; 35 lights $250.00 GO lights, $300.00 GRAY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS 60 Lights 60 We guarantee them, so you are protected against any suspicion of their weakness. Strongest and absolutely best, and within reach of all fanners W. K. WARNER Phone 188 w-- e home trnct on heirs their the Danville oike, to Ader L. Hnr-moHarmon-PrestoMercanof the tile Compnv. of Perry ville. The price was S210 an acre. Robert T. Bruce got six blues, two reds and a white ribbon on his nen of Red Berkshires nt the State fair. He and his brother-in-ln"Brother" Turlev, of Richmond, came pretty near taking nil the offered on that class of hog?. Seltsam & Cozatt bought of Hcnrv d steers nt Kratchweld four holier nt 10 cents, nnd one 8 cents; from William Fox four steers nt $9.50 per hundred pounds shoats fron and eight Charles Lackey at 15 cents. Dan100-acrn, n mag-nificepre-rt.ii'850-pounrt See This Great Fuel-Savi- ng Furnace ".. RETURN & AIM At Our Demonstration Wednesday, Sept. 25 Here is the furnace that keeps thousands of homes as warm as June throughout the severest winter known in this country, and at a saving in fuel that has surprised even those who were most skeptical about its performance. Here is your chance to learn about and become familiar with the original Patented Pipeless Furnace, which, coming on the market nine years ago, has revolutionized furnace heating by doing away entirely g pipes! A furnace which with costly, requires only one register. Think of it, you who heathave' suffered the discomforts of make-shiing systems. A comfortable, even temperature ot seventy degrees no matter how cold the weather and no nines to clutter up the house. You sure- ly must make the acquaintance of the heat-wastinft PracticalScientific-Economic- al riCTUPM AIR It 1 ft8o..W BTw 'VSB i Stanford. Ky i ,v J. L. Beazley & Co., Undertaker Embalmer .Phone 42, Stanford, Ky " Crescent ,l Cattle Aberdeen-Angu- s Southdown Sheep, Duroe-Jerse- y Hogs Tho best bloodlines i represented in each of these famous breeds. High-clas- s individuals for sale ut all times. E. V. CARSON R. F. D. No. 5 Stanford. Kentucky hnrness marc $117: corn per barrel in field, hay $20 per ton in stack. A good crowd was nreent and household nnd kitchen furniture sold well. Cascade, from the Morelnnd stable, Lexington, won the $10,000 saddle horse stake at the State Fair Hippodrome Saturday night. Richelieu King was second, Adelaide Genee was third. Almo Tell fourth nnd p fifth. Mr. Moreland, who rode Cnscade. the winner, is n brother, of Mrs. W. C. Shanks, of this city. At Loney & Ammerman's sale in Scott county 350 ncres of land sold at nn average of $237.25; 000barrels of old corn at S7.80; loose hay nt $20 u ton; sheep $20 to $25; hogs 21 to 25 acres 22lc per pound; per pound of tobacco in barn at 39c delivered in Lexington; pair mules $502.50, another pair $100; 75 cattle at 10 to 1214c Col. Harvey Chcnault, of Madison, took manv premiums on tho fine cattle he exhibited at tho State fair, some of which he bought as cnlvcs in this county. He received a total of $1,850 in premiums. On n single entry he received n purso of $750: u purse of $750; and for ii car-lo- t, received third premium on six cattle. In addition to receiving the lurge purses Mr. Chcnault sold a d of cattle for $20.50 a hundred pounds. These rattle will be slaughtered in Louisville nnd fed to the soldier boys nt Camp Zncharv Taylor. ld ville Messenger. At E. A. Chrisman's sale in the Hubble section last week a pair of mules brought $475, ra, NT WARM AIR k i j PATtNTUDti $G - ouria CAtvAniru INONCAllNS t1 ! JWm WaH""1 Ovcr-the-To- V'jfte-a- Q The Original car-loa- Read these important facts about the Patented Caloric Pipeless Furnace. They will give you an idea of the reason for its popularity among 50,000 users all over the country nnd among many folks right here. Here are just a few of the striking features of this thoroughly modern heating system: 1 Heats buildings of from one to eighteen rooms to a comfortable uniform temperature of 70 degrees. 2 Enables a saving fn fuel of 35 to 50 per cent by eliminating the heat waste from the use of pipes. 3 In old buildings as well as new it is easily installed because it requires no cutting up of walls and floors. 4 Burns any fuel hard and soft coal, lignite, coke, wood, gas and all other furnace fuels. 5 Patented Pipeless Furnace M .iiiilliii -- si tXTRMARCC ASH DOOR A .1. i uim' mf&wm& imiiisr. i Wl&: Sectional View of Caloric Pipeless Furnace Showing the Scientific Construction Feature iM -- WE PAY THE FREIGHT AND f- 60c to The Monitor Ironclad written guarantee, issued by the manufacturers of the Caloric, is given with every furnace sold. Ask to see a copy of this guarantee and decide Tor yourself whether anything could be ' more just and satisfactory to the purchaser. GUARANTEED WITNESS THE CALORIC DEMONSTRATION You will be able to witness a most interesting demonstration of this wonderful furnace at the Caloric booth. Bring with you, if possible, a rough drawing of the floor plans of your hose so that we can tell you" just how the Carolic can be adapted to your building, so that you too, may be able to enjoy thorough comfort this coming winter. If you will call, write or phono us, we will be glad to supply you with explanatory literature and put .you in a position to examine Lite construction features of the Caloric at first hand. You can not afTord to delay the solution of your winter heating problem until cold weather drives you to it. Conditions are too unsettled. Tho government is urging people to buy their coal early; what better then, than to buy your Caloric early too? SAVE FUEL AND HELP WIN THE WAR THE CALORIC SAVES FROM 3 TO 2 THE FUEL 1-- PER POUND FOR BUTTER FAT When patrons prepay tlae freight the amount will be added the cream check. Tri-Sut- -- c The buys your butter-fa- t at your hipping point and PAYS you instead of agents. Our price is CLEAR MONEY to you. W"-- . Ship us your neat can of cream or if you need trial cans WRITE TRI-STAT- W. H. Higgins 1 E BUTTER COMPANY CINCINNATI, HARDWARE, FARMING I MPLEMENTS, BUGGIES, ETC. Incorporated CASH CAPITAL $250,000.00 , United States Food Admini stration License No. OHIO Phone 1 0 Stanford, Ky. Tri.'-- . aetyt3U ip,yrAyfc. imM.J.". 'x