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No. 76 HUSTONNVILLE Will Colbert nml fnmjly loft Mon-il- y for Louisville. M. nnd Mr. Chns. Wheeler were In Stanford Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Howmnn Owens were In Louisville Inst week, Dr. A. II. Bnugh mndo n business irlp to Stnnford Saturday. Mr. nnd Mm. A. J. Adams wcro In 8Unford shopping this week. Miss Lorclno Combcst Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lester Jeter. Mr, nnd Mr. Will NenI attended the Wtntc fnlr nt Louisville Inst week. MIm Iless Worthlngton spent the wrek-en- d with friends In Danville. Mrs. Susie Sibley, of Louisville, is nt Hotel Cnrson for several weeks. Mink A Morgan hnvc Instnlled nn dcetrlc light plant at the Karaite Miss Nancy Lee Dunn lest Sunday for Lexington, whole she will attend hool, " - - - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, September 20, 1918 WITH THE CHURCHES Logan's Creek church Sunday after-C- . nt 3 o'clock, The Methodist Sunday school meets nt the court-hous- e at 9:40, preaching by the pnstor nt 10:45, Sunday morning. Tho meeting nt the Hustonville Christinn church began Sunday, tho lMh, and will probably last ten days longer. Rev. W. O. Foster Is assisting the regular minister nnd Mr. Oury, of Murray, Ky., leads the sink ing. Services nre held daily at 8 noon P. M. windows for The the new Methodist church hnve ar rived anil most of them nre In posi tion nt this writing. They ndd grcntly to the nppenrancc of the mng- nificcnt building. It will require still several weeks to put on the finishing touches. Christian Church Sunday school, 10 A. M.; Lord's Supper and morn ing sermon, 11 o'clock, subject, "Prayer nnd Crisis;" Union Christinn Endenvor nt Prcsbytcrinn church, 0:45 o'clock; Union services nt Bap tist church, 7:30, Rev. Howard J. Brazclton preaching the sermon. The State Convention of Christian Churches will meet in Richmond Sept. 30th-Oc3. This convention includes education, State missions, Christian Woman's Board of Missions Rev. Joseph and Sunday school. Hagin, formerly pastor of the Stnnford church is president of the State Mission section and will deliver his address on Wednesday of the convention. Rev. Howard J. Brnzelton, the present pastor, will conduct the devotional period of that session nnd sen-on Hje Courtesies Committee. The organizations of the local church will make splendid reports and quite a number from here will attend the various sessions. t. e Tuesdays and Friday BANKERS PREPARE FOR DRIVE Although several of tho county banks wore not represented in tho meeting of bankers here today for the object of laying plans for float' Ing. the bond sale of probably $300,-00- 0, those representatives who were present showed cnthuslnsm nnd determination In the work thnt is before them. At 11 o'clock County Chairman J. S. Hockcr, president of the First Nntionnl Bank, called the meeting to order nnd statcdho object of it. He told of the work thnt hod been done In previous bond drives nnd said that he felt that It was a certainty thnt Lincoln county would go "over the top" this time ns she has always done. While the nmount was very much Inrgcr nenrly double he was confident thnt the patriotism of our people would make the task of disposing of the bonds as certain ns nnythlng could be. Ho then Introduced Mr. W. L. Threlkcld, field monger of the Eastern Kentucky district for the bond snle, nml he 'mndo a most Interesting nnd timely talk. He complimented this county for doing Its full duty in the vnrious bond sales and said that the Lincoln bankers had been peculiarly active In making the sales go. Said ho: "I know of instances where bankers have rather discouraged the snle of bonds becnuse It would decrease their deposits. Not so with thoso here, for they have worked hnrd in each and every drive and have done their full duty." Mr. Threlkcld is a polished, interesting spenker nnd he was given perfect attention. At his conclusion, the meeting adjourned for the noon hour nnd the bankers, their wives, friends and sweethearts gath ered nt the Stanford Hotel and enjoyed one of Manager McDonald's splendid dinners. The afternoon session' was begun just as this paper went to press and a report of it will bp given in Tuesday's paper. "HILLTOP" SELLS WELL e The farm of James II. Baughman, "Hilltop," on the Danville and Hustonville pike, 2V4 miles from Danville, was sold at public auction Thursday by Col. G. B. Swincbroad, the Lancaster "sale wizard." Mitchell Taylor got the residence and about 210 ncres at $170 and the rest of the land, cut into small parcels, was sold to various parties. The average price of the 510 acres was $152, which is considered a mighty good price. Mr. Baughnlan bbught the farm six years ngo at $69 per acre. He has taken splendid care of it and most of it is well set in grass. Tho cattle all sold well, as did the horse stock. There were about 700 cattle and the best sold as high as 13c. This d was for a lot of stuff. Good mules sold $105 to $200 and mule colts $75 to $125. Fully 1,000 people attended, nnd the snle must have amounted to close to $150,000. 510-ncr1,100-poun- I. it L r Jf "'r - Jim Cdnulcn nnd daughter, Agnes, if Kldd's Store, were with friends this week. Mrs. Frnnk Lusk nml Mrs. Alice Lusk were In Danville Wednesday ob business. Misses Alice nnd Vorln Gann left Sunday fffr Lexington, where they will enter school. Rev. J. Q. Montgomery, of Liberty. o passed through here Monday rout to Morelund. Raymond Onnn nnd Alvin Parsons nrrlved Tuesday from Alabama. Thoy came.homc to register. Among thoso who nttended the State fnlr were Kogcr Hicks. John Riffo, Squire Gann nnd Arthur Coffey. , The ladies of the Hustonville nnd the din-nMoreland Ited Cross son-oi- l nt Jim Ilaiighnmn's slo Thursday. Morgan Sml(h Bnughmnn weni to Uillemburg Wednesday morning to matriculate nt Millorsburg Military II Hcid, of Danville, who Imi been with her sisters. Misses Georgia nnd Ilec Newborn, left Tue-ilnfor her home. Miss JoMie I'owell, who has been taking n businc-- course at Howling ireen, is here for a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. C. W. Adams. . Col. T. L. Canenter was up from Liberty the firt of the week Fricndi will be glad to know Mr. and thir Mrs. Cnrpentcr will be home wck to stay. Miss Georgia Newborn loft Miss New- for Knoxville. hern has taught In this school for the deaf n number of years, and will Hold the same position this yenr. C. N. Wilder has rented' the Wheeler house just vacated by Crit RilTe, nnd will move the llrst of October. Mr. Kiffe has moved out to his father's and will stay with them this next " yenr. The protracted meeting nt the ChrbUinn church, being comtptcd by Dr. W. O. Foster, of Georgia, is jnov. Mr. John Oury, lnif quite bcncflcinl. f Murray, Is leading in the singing. Your presence, your1 prayers, .your help arc desired. Come. y Wod-tiradn- y rr Inititule, Mrs. J. t SENATOR MARTIN SWORN IN A Washington City ilNnntch Vice Presidunt Thomas It. Marshal' administered the oath of office as Senator of the United Suites to George Hrown Martin, Cntlettuburg, Ky., appifinted by Gov A O. Stanley to fill out the unexpired term of the late Senator Ollie M. James. He whs escorted to the VLco President'-rostruby his colleague. Senator J Immediately lifter C. W. Heckham. Martin waf the ccremony'Senator Kirrouniled by the Kentucky delega Hon In Congress nml members, of Senate and congratulated. Martin, of Virginia. Democratic floor lender, wns the first to chat with him nt length. m CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends for tho beautiful floral offerings nnd their kindness to us during our bereavement. Kspocinlly do wc wish to thank Mr. nnd Mrs. K. V. Cnron. Urs. W. O. Coffey nnd Mrs. John Cocklngs. Mrs. D. C. Rlffc nnd chil- dren. AT LANCASTER MONDAY Clerk of the Court of Appeils Rodman Kccnon will nddress tho democracy of Gnrrnrd county nt tho court-hous- e In Lancaster Monday afternoon. Mr. Keenon Is an Interesting speaker nnd will bring n message well worth hearing. KEENON Worry nnd overwork cause kidney trouble, nnd women suffer equally with men. Miss Sara Wcsten, 111., writes: "I could not stoop nnd when down I hnd to crawl up by n chulr. I was so lnme I suffered agony. Now I feel like a new person, stronger and better In every way. I heartily recommend Foley Kidney Pills." Sold everywhere." A Woman's Hearty Recommendation e. PRESBYTERY OF TRANSYLVANIA DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER. CABLEGRAM FROM HOOVER Mr. J, I). Paxton was honored this Henry P. Davison, chairman Red Mrs. J. S. Pnrks, aged r9, is dcnll week In being elected Moderator of nt her home near Danville. She had Cross War Council, Washington, I). the Trnnsylvnnla Presbytery nnd been ill for n long time. The ten million imprisoned pco- -' proved himself a good presiding ofVictor A. Lear hn been chosen is pie In occupied Belgium nnd Franre ficer. At the opening service on campaign chairman for the domocrn! i nre facing shnme, suffering, disease nnd some of them death for lack of Tuesday evening the Kcv. II. L. Tel- of Gnrrnrd county. The selection ' clothing this winter. They must bo. ford, I). I),, of Richmond, preached n good one. n most Imprcsslvo sermon on the Tho Kentucky division, Unit! helped. I hope that the Red Cross nearness of God In times of trouble. Dnughters of tho Confederacy, begn will undcrtnkc n renewed cnmpnlgn It might npproprtntcly be rnllcd n its nnnunl State reunion in Sprlni to obtain this clothing In America. 's companion sermon to Dr. W. A. It can come only from us. Your first field Wednesday. nddress on "Where Is God Favorable reports were ordered by campaign yielded magnificent results, Now?" the House Buildings Committee on bringing in fully 5,000 tons of clothOn Wednesday at 1 1 o'clock n the bill npproprlntlng $1,500,000 for ing In good condition. But much strong nddress was delivered by Rev. n government sanatorium nt Dnwson more Is needed If these W. II. Hopper on "A Man nnd Ills Springs, Ky. people nre to get through the winter Money," which wns thoroughly apII. W. Schrocder, of Chicago, in decency nnd snfety. In the face preciated by n most compelling brake all records by going up a dis- of brutal coercion nnd spiritual sufg people to tance of 28,000 feet In his aeroplane fering they rcmnin splendidly couragto nil put their money Into the enterprise He found n temperature of .12 de- eous. This courage challenges our of aiding men to find God. In the grees below zero. charity. Let us match the courage of afternoon two very helpful conferWhen his machine cnught fire Belgium by the generosity of Amerences were held. One of thoso on while flying more thnn 10,000 feet In ica. HERBERT HOOVER. Missions wns presided over by Rcv.,th0 n(r nonr Tcnniilo Cnmp, Toronto This campaign date Is Sept. 21rd to A. G. The Cnnnda, Cadet Henry C. Saunders 30th. The entire county and town of Cnmpbellsvillc. ' will be solicited nnd nil packages of other wns led by Rev. C. A. Ray, of wns burned to denth. Springfield. At the evening session clothing must be delivTho State Printing Commission second-hannn earnest discourse was delivered by hns let the contract for the engrav- ered nt Miss Burch's studio Jn the Dr. K. M. Green, who is one of the ing work for tho next four years to mornings of 27th, 28th nnd 30th nnd beloved Hnrcourt A Co., t:nl the paper con Inst. If your pneknge is too large most He tract to the Louisville Pnpcr Co. Kentucky, in Central men to carry, phone No. 71 nnd n enr will preached from the Kplstlc to the Hcl County Judge W. V. Gregory, of be sent for it. brews, 12:27. The sermon wns full Graves county, Is tipped for chairThe garments needed nre: Men's of comfort and hope nml was heard man of the State Tnx Commission to wear Shirts, preferably of light colwith ilcejn gratitude by a large con- succeed M. M. Logan. Gov. Stnnloy, ored flannels; undershirts, A brief address on the however, hns not intimated when gregation. trousers, coats, work suits, or three-piecsplendid work of the American Itible wnom ne win appoint. shoes, 4 overalls; suits, Society wns given by Rev, Frnnk swntcr vests, Miss Alice Tracy, dnughter of the ocerconts, jerseys, Murston, of Cincinnati. late John Tracy, of DnnvilleT died i socks, sizes 10'& nnd 11: Women's Sunday, C inrinnnti, following an operation. wear Skirts,' drawers, corset slips, Church Presbyterian Sept. 22. Sumlny school, tt:tfij morn- She was a sister of Miss Mary Trncyi poltlcoats, blouses, shirts, overcoats ing nervice, 11, sermon by the pas- the pinafores, shoes, Danville lawyer suits, tor; Union C. K. meeting, C:4fi; even- and court stenographer. cloth hats, knitted caps, stockings, ing sort ice nt the Ilnptist church nt The War Mothers of America, ii sires 7 and 8: Boys' wear Shirts, 7:!10. rational convention ut Evnnsvillijl union suits, undershirts, trousers, voted unanimously against peace tnll coLts, suits, shoes, overcoats, jerseys, W M. U. MEETING of any sort at this time, and, indeed socks, sizes 1 to 9: Girls' wenr AT HUSONVJLLE until Germany nnd her allies . havi Dresses, skirts, overcoats, MisThe meeting of theNWomnn's drawers, stockings, sizes 1 to been completely crushed. sionary Union pf tlie South DMriit The funeral of Cardinal Farloy l; undergarments, petticoats, suits. Association held nt Hustonville Bap- will be held next Tuosday morninc blouses, shoes: Boys' nnd attist church Thursday wns well in New York nt St. Patrick's Cathe-nra- l, Girls' wear hooded caps, pinnfores, tended, nbuut 00 visitors being presthe two surviving American woolen union suits: Infants' wear ent. About twenty societies nre nt Cardinal and Catholic dignitaries swan-ski- n swaddling clothes, hooded work in the association nnd nil sent from all sections of the country It: clof.ks, bodices, baby dresses, cradle encouraging reports, showing inchemises, cradle dresses, sweaters, r.ttendance. creased activities nlong all lines of John W. Davis, former Congress li nnets, bibs, nickerchlefs, diapers, worki Their gifts in money for the man from West Virgin!;!, but re Ishocs, jackets, shawls, socks: Mijeel past yenr amounted to $1,174. All cently Solicitor General of the lancous bed sheets, pil of the talks were very helpful nnd United States, hns been selected by low cases, blankets, mufflers. Mrs. inspiring and no doubt will bring President Wilson as Ambassador to Warner, chairman. forth fruit during the coming yenr. Great Britain to succeed Walter The present ollleers were elected for A WAR MEASURE Hines lVigc. the coming year Mrs. J. H. Morgan, The Enstern Kentucky State Nor A system of government-owne- d superintendent; of Hnrrodsburg. deep sea level canals extending from mal School has organized a business Mrs. Kflle Drake, Dnnwlle, assistant Massachusetts to the South Atlantic department coordinate with the other superintendent, nnd Mrs. Lee Curry, Stntes is recommended in n report department? for the purpose of train HarroiUbiirg, secretary nnd treasurmay submitted to the Senate by Secretary ing teachers ami others who er The Hustonville people were lav- Redfield in response to a resolution want to loarn these subjects. I can ish in their1 hospitality nnd visitors appoint a number of young people last July. enjoyed greatly the elegant luncheon adapted 10 years old or over who have n comg The Germans are heavily so bounteously served. The meetmon school education to free tuition Hindonburg line In behind the ing next year will be with the Stanthat institution. I can alo appoint a number of ford society. 'Those attending the in anticipation of n great American show- - that young men and women to take high meeting from heir were Mrs. Mat-ti- e attack. Evidence tends to Nevius, tyrk. Llwie Dillon, Mrs. the Boche is not planning an at- school courses there provided they J. C. McCInry, Mis' Garland Single- tempt to recapture territory lost in nre 18 years old or over. Thjs is n ton, Mrs. K. C. Walton, Mrs. Jesie the present offensive. wnr measure intended to help the The President has ordered that the young mnn or woman who wants to Wenrcn, Mrs. J. S. Rice, Mrs. John KnUman, Mrs. A. II. Florence, Mrs. use of nil grain except malt nnd do his or hcVhigh school work rap k hops for the manufacture of bever- idly. The Government needs trained James Buck and Misses Annie ages mint cene October. 1st. Brew- people. Young men or women inand Mary Mcllargue. ing stops altogether December 1st. terested in these propositions should After thnt it Is believed the Louis- write me for appointments or see me DEATH OF JOHN HART nt my office. It is a great opportunJohn Andrew Hart, u former resi- ville snloons will close. Garland Singleton, County dent of Kings Mountuiur Ky., died at --Discussion of tho now $7,000,000.-0Q- ity. the Mercy Hospital, Kugene, Lnni nnny appropriation estimate Superintendent. Aug. has brought out the fact that an county, Oregon, nt 2. HO I'.-.FATAL PISTOL DUEL He was army of 1,800,000 by July is called 31, 11MS, of gallstones. An old dispute over a land title thought by his family to be well nnd for in the enlarged Americnn mili henrty until only 48 hours before tnry program, and to this end 2,700,-00- 0 is believed to bo the cause of n re Although ho was given his di'Hth. of the new draft registrants will volver duel at Rarbourville in which Mat Asher, 35 years old, and John the best of ear by omi of the best be called to the colors. Steele, 05, shot each other to death. surgeons in the northwest, they were The epidemic of Spanish influ-enx- a The killing took plncc nt Richland unable to wive him. The deceased is now prevalent through Eastsurvived by his wife and three boys, ern ports may have been brought Creek, six miles from Bnrbourville, Kugene, ?Judc and John Marion ashore by crews of German sub- wheie Asher and Steele met face to Hurt, nnd five brothers. The fun- marines, according to naval sur- face for the first time in several eral wns hitd ut Walker's Chupel nt geons. The disease seems to be un- months, nnd, it is believed, by ac 7 P. M., Sept. 1st, services by Rev. der control nt most places, and few- cident. Both Asher and Steele were fnrmers and conspicuous in the com Walter llailey, interment was made er cases nre being reported. munity. The grudge between them in the Mt. Vernon cemetery, two and While returning to their home nt is said to have originated ten years a half miles from Sprinxficld, Ore. Lowell, Garrard county, from Keren, ngo. Mr. Hart enme to Oregon only five George Brondus wns Instantly killed rnonths ago. He hud made many when he lost control of his automoINTERESTING WAR PICTURES friends since coming to this state. He bile, which ran over a fifteen-foo- t Those nre interesting wnr pictures was born in London, Uiurol county, bank, turning over, breaking his thnt Manager Owens is showing each Ky., April 2. 1871. A FR1KND. wife's back, who was in tho machine Fridny night nt the Stanford Opera Bronddus wns perhaps House. It shows tho boys at the with him. 12nd TIME PAID FOR I. J. the wealthiest negro farmer in tho front doing their best nnd giving their Eld. Joseph Bnllou called in this county. nil thnt this country mny continuo n morning and paid for his 1. J for tho The one for In Ken- fit place to cnll home. Tho totnl registration 42nd year nnd in all that time ho has tonight is Bald to be particularly nevvr been as much as u month 'be- tucky for the' new draft last Thurs- good, dealing ns it docs with some if hind on his subscription. He gets day was 208,803, or 24,803 over tho estimate. In nil but eighteen coun- the American troops over thore. In three copies, sending one each to his n Ive-redaughters, Mrs. J. L. Duncan, at San ties tho registration wns higher than addition to the war picture, will bo film, "Tho Argument" Ansclno, California, nnd Mrs. J. L. the estimnte, which averaged nn excess of nbout 200 to n county. Hnr-ln- n shiwn. .Fine show- tonight. Taylor, nt Los Angeles. county registered nenrly 1,000 PIE SUPPER above tho estimnte nnd a liko astonUP AND ABOUT AGAIN There vfll be n pie supper given wns sick In bed with kidney ishing excess wns noted in Hopkins "I nt Highland next Tuesday night, i, county. trouble." writes C. P. Roynolds, N. Y, "I commenced taking Sept. 24th, proceeds to go to the Foley Kidney Pills and in a few davs benefit of the Red Cross. Bo sure Tried Mny, Found the Beit was out of bed. Keening up the und come and bring your friends. Foley Cnthnrtic Tnblets keep the treatment, I was able to go to woik. Sinco then I have had no moro back- bowels regular, sweeten the stomach An elaborate program providing Foley Kidney Pills stop sleep, and tone up tho liver. J. G. Gaston, aches." Newark. Iud suys he used a great for the building of a complete candisturbing bladder ailments. Sold mnny kinds of cathartics, but Foley tonment unit for the University of everywhere. Cathartic Tablets gave him more sat- Kentucky, with dormitories nnd oth- He snys. re film nt isfaction than any other. nnd five-fethey are the best cathartic tablets. er buildings costing $100,000 was npopera house tonight. proved by the Board of Trustees. made, bold everywhere. i 1 Gnn-fieldwnr-rnvagnp-pe- al right-thinkind widely-honored undor-drawerwell-know- n two-piecnight-drcsestwo-piecBed-tickrcen-forcinAsh-looQ -el Wnr-plctu- Rev. W. D. Wclhurn will preach nt J rp. :j DIED OF HIS INJURIES William Wagers, Jr., son of J. William Wagers, of Madison county, died Wednesday from the effects of injuries received in nn automobile accident. He ami S. W. Fife, well- known in this county, were returning from Lexington, when their nuto got from under their control and turned turtle. Young Wngers injuries weer in the adbomen nnd spine nnd he lived only nbout 30 hours. Mr. Fife escaped with n few bruises. Mr, Wagers was a very popular young man and had quite a number of friends in this city. ul 1 SERVICE FLAG WlTH 10 NAMES The colored Methodists unfurled a flag some days ago, which sen-icproved a ,very interesting occasion for the large crowd that was pres ent. The pastor, Rev. E. Coleman, Jr., who was the chief speaker of the occasion, officiated nt the unfurling. The following names appear on the flag: George Helm, Wm. D. Tardif, Jr., Leonard Hansford, John Farmer, TOM OAKS LOSES HOME Willie Ben Chennult, Jule Helm, The houcc in which Mr. nnd Mrs. George Thomas Reid, Percy Steward, Thomas Oaks live, on Preachersvillo James Peyton and Fort Steward. pike near the Crnb Orchard pike, burned Thursday afternoon, while DIDN'T HURT GOURD PATCH they were in town. All of the conMr. W. B. Hill, who spent n short tents were consumed and the loss while at Liberty the other day, says falls heavily on them. The placo that the wind and hail of first of was known ns the Owsley homo and the week did a great deal of dnmni'o was owned by Mr. R. M. Blackerby, in Casey, nnd that every sash in the who bought it a short time ago of was Mrs. S. E. Owsley. West side of the court-hous- e R. M. New-laneither blown out by the wind or represents the insurance company knocked out by the big hail stones. carrying the risk on the house. "A great deal of damage was done crops in thnt county, nbout the only TATE'S SAW MILL BURNS thing escaping injury being 'Derb' The saw and planing mill of J. W. Sliugars big gourd patch." Tate, of Brodhaed, burned Tuesday, night at nn early hour. It is not TOM BALL BACK HOME known how the fire originated, but it Mr. Thomas C. Bull has moved his is thought that sparks from the enfamily back to Stnnford after a so. gine started the blaze. Tho loss is journ of some ten months at Shelby heavy both in machinery nnd lumber. City. While away the shifty Stan- - The mill is locnted near the town of ford man made n number of trades, Brodhead and the whole population including the buying nnd selling of of the little city gathered to fight several residences in his temporary the' flumes, and considerable lumber home. He will open his store nenr was saved. the depot as soon as his goods come nnd will be glad to wnit on till who When Children Start to School call. School opens nt u time of year when tho change of seasons Is likely to cause coughs, colds, croup, hny Prepare for Changeable Weather II. B. Miller, R. P. D. 10, Wooster, fever and asthma. Prompt nction nt O., wiltes: "By tho changing of beds the first sign of infection mny keep nnd tho weather, I took n very bud children In prime god health nnd help cold nnd sore thront. Four doses of them to nvold losing time. Foley's Foley's Honey nnd Tnr put me right Honey and Tnr Is nn Idenl remedy. in n day's time." It pays to get the Sold everywhere. genuine Foley's nnd nvold substiDR. PENNINGTON AT C. O. tutes nnd counterfeits. Contnins do opiates. Sold everywhere. Dr. M. K. Pennington, tho London dentist, will spend n week or so at PUTTING IN NEW FRONT Pence & Hill nre putting in n new Crab Orchard, beginning Sept. 30th, when ho will practice his profession. front In their business building nnd it will grently improve the appear His office will be with Drs. Phillips nnd Jones. It ance of their already pretty store. -- -- fl - TO KNITTERS LADIES, A WORD, PLEASE Please return all reknltted socks come nnd look nt Saturday Before you buy, afternoon, 21st, at tho Red my new hats now on display. Miss Cross rooms, from 2 to 4. Mrs. W. Ella May Saundcis. It W. Craig. Mcsdnmes It. L. Hubble, W. O. Martin, Julia Hughes and Miss Mat tie McCInry visited Mrs. John Wal- ter nt Lancaster first of the wee!:. I will be at Crab Orchard Satur day for the purpose of collecting taxes. Please meet me there prepared to settle. II.' C, Baughman, Sheriff Lincoln County. I ef. 1 r-- ,Ju(. I,, - - r. .- ..--. 1 ' 'VKltiKm'&ZjL "S&t? 'Zi m"" kiSft'. - mr:- - i) ") . - , - . r iThe Inferior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, September 20, 1916 Page Two To doublo bar the Rate, men nro sent away csch week for furWRITES F EXPERIENCES ther training as aerial gunners at a And keep an vye out for the kaiser Great UVet, III., Sent 12. 1018. Defore It was too late. Dear Interior Journal: It mnkei a naval flying station, and nbout tho Ydu started war In England, nervous to take his same number arc retained on the statailor somewhat In nclgium and in France, pen In hand and say n word to the tion to fill the quota of Instructor. It here if dear friends hack home; however this The boys under instruction are Ilut yiu undertake On n hut griddle you will dance. show the deep feel, granted "liberty" 30 hours ench week, merely rocs to I am making my letter too long, so ityf we have for you all, and nm nnd of course this time Is spent in must hurry to a close. We havo now quite sure you will excuse mistakes. the nearby cities, which are Chicago Friends, I been at this trnining station over So with this view I will sny n word. nnd Milwaukee, Wis. want to sny that In these cities, boys three months, but arc scheduled to First I will ro back and review my leave tho 24th of this month, hut past few months in the nnvy for you. In uniform are treated just the same day of Mny, ns they would be at home. There arc where to would be impossible for mo I enlisted on the 29th to say. Before closing I left Louisville thnt night and arrived several club rooms throughout the I have had the pleasure ofwish to say at Great Lakes aliout 12 o'clock cities, each devoting their time en- Claude P. Dinwiddle ever being with since ye Thursday morning of the 30th, Dec- tirely to the entertainment of the nlso Robert Nunncllcy, oration day, had Into dinner or bet- sailors and soldiers. On the lGth enlisted nnd ter known as "chow." Chicken we ilny oi August we were Issued our my cousin, who wns enrolled In the navy shortly after myself. Hnve also had It and I never saw boys enjoy hnmmocks, which arc n nnvy Insttwo themselves so much in all my life. In itution; Immediately we began to had tho pleasure of seeing at McCor-mic-or the meantime we wcro called "rook- learn the acrobatic stunt of climb- three different times, Will I). Thomas Wilder, Dudley Peyies" by those whom I will venture to ing into them, but most of the first say had only been at the station one night was spent in climbing in again ton, Albert CIny Wayne, of Dnnvlllo. week, yet they were "salty sailors," by some of the boys. My time was the lotter by chance. Excuse mistakes nnd otherwise. but this rookie junk was soon for- nlmost due and I knew it, so on the gotten. Friends, no doubt but what second night nbout 2 A. M. I fell to Give my regards and love to all, nlso the first month, or detention period, the deck bruising my knee and have keep a share for tho editors. Sincereis when wc sec our hardest time, nt not fully recovered from the accident ly yours, RAY C. MURPHY. least it has been for me up until now, yet. It is enough to mnkc nny one U. S. N. R. F. and most of the boys seem to agree. use profnnc language and lay iho I thought the blame on the knlsor, where it belongs. For almost two weeks end was approaching from the effects Wc are coming Mr. Kaiser, CORP. M'KINNEY DECORATED of the "shots" in my arm, vaccina-tionSuperintendent J. I. McKinney, of Coming five million strong, etc. I want to say that the M. & M. division of the L. A N Take nil the comfort that you can, isn't shown to any one here railroad, has just received the good Your days will not be long. in the way of manual labor. The Yes, wc Corpornl news that his grand-nephearc coming Mr. Kniser, rich man's son who having been fed Joseph McKinney, who wns menComing sure as death, 11 his life with a silver spoon, takes tioned in the Journal a few Sundays So get ready Mr. Kaiser, pick or shovel, marches along bengo, has been awarded the To draw your last, long breath. side the poor man's son nnd lenms Cross for heroism Yes, wc nro coming Mr. Kniser, ttie art immediately. It certainly displayed in the battle of the Ourcq Iiecnuse wc 6aid we'd come. makes a smile come to the boy's in France. Can't you henr our bugle sound countenanco who has experienced The notice has been officially sent And the beating of our drum? labor to see the city lad swing n pick, Yes, we arc coming Mr. Kaiser, to the young mnn s father, Capt. up a hard road or shoveling digging Chas. II. McKinney, of the West With our bnyonet on our gun; rock; but the boys work together and To chnstise the royal prince h street --police station, of course "we all like it." Brooklyn, N. Y. Who started this war for fun. The incident for which Corpornl After staying in Camp Decatur n Now believe me Mr. Kniser, McKinney received the decoration week our company of nbout sixty It's the solemn truth I tell took place on July 20th after Comboys moved to Camp Paul Jones and When Uncle Sam gets over there, panies A nnd C of the lGlith, supYou'll think you nre in hell. it was here we finished our detenported by Companies It and D, had tion period. At the same time our Our boys ffre slow to anger forged their way across the shrapnel-spattere- d bunch was split up, part of them went Dut harder yet to please Ourcq, or the Roukc, as it out as apprentice seamen, part ns And they will make you kiss "Old gunners' mates and the remainder has been dubbed by members of the Glory" old New York C9th, nnd hnd estabUpon your bended knees. were transferred to the New Avin-tio- n lished a footh'old on the north bank out stopping camp where I nm located at Your last days will be miserable, for orders, sprang to the present. On the 24th day of June As much so ns can be, of the stream. young man's side, seized the dis we entered the machinist mates (avi- And hell will be your portion A runner bearing an imirtnnt patch nnd plunged back into the ation) school, which is located in the message from the officer in charge of stream. Throughout eternity. Shouting to some of his! new aviation unit. There are twelve When we get you Mr. Kaiser, the attacking party to the command- companions ns he braved the fearful classes of 12C men ench week, maker of the division was nbout to start barrage, "I'll deliver it alright," he Where to put you, who can tell; ing a total of 1,500 men. The nor- The devil, he won't want you, back across the river when he fell crossed the river, gave another trimal course lasts 12 weeks. Current Lest you'd start war down in hell. dead from a German bulle near umphant nnd defiant wave of his hand The latter, with- - and went in a run to the commander young McKinney. classes finish every week. About 15 Old Helzebub gave orders 3 with the message amid the cheers nnd shouts of his comrades nnd k. s, pnr-tiali- ty Forty-sevent- Dr. Ben L. Bruner Republican Nominee For United States Senator 4 Will Address the Citizens of Lincoln County On At Court -- House In Stanford SATURDAY, SEPT. 21 At 1 o'clock P. M. Dr. Bruner Is One of Kentucky's Most Gifted Speakers. You Are Cordially Invited To Hear Him friends who had witnessed the brave of racing where four horse vth Montgomery, Aln , Journal. records better thnn 2:00 have een entered in one race. Oood judges A GREAT RACC predict that 2:00 will be bcat- - m V.'illlnm eery heat. Miss Harris M 1 1 iS,. Single G 1 59 H, Napoleon Direct r.0. Ilnl Hoy 2 01, Utile PAROLE NOTICE March 2 01 H, nre the entries in the At the next meeting of the Stnte Fret- fir nil Pace to be contested nt lourd of Control, I will mnke nppli Lexington, Wednesday 2nd cntion for n parole for Tom Kisli Oct This is the first time in the histor 7T U MOL1.1K HSU (colored ) deed. 58, 1 - Of- - Lande Stock And Crop. On Public Sale of Beautiful Home Tuesday, Sept. 24th BEGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. Sell for Livingston Cooper his home located on the Danville and Hustonville turnpike, between Moreland and Hustonville. This home contains 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 itnd all necessary outbuildings, including large stock and tobacco barn. No ground on this farm has been cultivated 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 1 Farm of 90 Acres 43 Acres of Good Land and there is on the place a good residence with 8 rooms, two porches, a splendid stock barn and all necessary outbuildings. This farm is well fenced and Plenty of Never-Failin- g Water This home is located in the Hustonville Graded School district. Look this over for it is located right. At the same time and place we will sell the following personalty: erty Six Nice Yearling Steers, Three Yearling Heifers, 3 Extra Good Milk Cows, 16 Ewes and One Buck, Good Family Mare, gentle enough for anybody to drive. One-hal- f interest in 7 acres of Some household furniture and a few farming tools. corn. This farm is only about one mile from nice church and good 2 Good Work Horses, 1 Three Yr.-Ol- d Jack, 1 Jennet, 6 Milk Cows, splendid ones, one a Black Polled, the rest Jerseys, 1 Sow and 8 Pigs One Sow and school. - Shoats, 3 Yearling Cattle, 2 Calves. Some Farm Implements, Household Goods, Etc. 11 TERMS made known on day of sale. DINWIDDIE & OWENS Moreland and Hustonville, Ky. TERMS MADE KNOWN OF SALE ON DAY MORELAND RED CROSS LADIES WILL FURNISH THE DINNER E. D. PEYTON, R. F. D. 5, Stanford JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. : v i . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, September 20, 1918 Page Ihree if i" I': ife , ' Read And Think Why not be man unci own your own horn, and quit girlng away oae-haof your earning lo the other fellow? Echo aniwtri, why? Yo can'l beat tha following for good home and Inretlmant propoiilioat. It' up lo you. Look them overt 215-acre lf ? V' No. 324 farm, of which 110 acrrt ! fir it and tecond river In corn that aver. bottoms, 90 acre lei 10 barreli to the acre, part of this corn land good for 20 barrel thit irnon, The party cut from hi drat, land this year 1 ! tons to the acre. Hit tobacco crop will average 1,500 pound to the acre. The crop on thit farm thU irnon wilt yield fully $14,000. On pike clot ta good town, graded ichool, cburchet, bank, etc. Splendid neighborhood. Improvement contiit of one dwelling of 7 rooms, one liouie of four rnomt, large stock barn, large tobac co barn, plenty of outbuildings. Weil fenced and splendidly watered by river, springs, wells. About 40 acres in timber, estimated to cut $2,000 worth. Plenty of fruit. This is a money 'maker and we can show you. Oon't delay as it is going to sell. e cash, Price $22,500. good time. Act quick. One-third bl-anc- GOVERNMENTS STATE HEAD OF CONSERVATION HERE The merchants of Stanford wero addressed nt a meeting held nt the court-hous- o on Aug, 22, nt 2 P. M by Erfgene J, Slrnus, of Louisville, Slnlc Representative of the Conserva tion Division of the Wnr Industries Hoard, and State Chairman of the Commercial Economy Committee of tho Kentucky Council of Defense. Mr, Straus impressed upon the merchant present the need of conserving every hit of labor possible to meet the war needs, and told of tho present policy of the Government t operations eliminate the from the essential industries rather than to eliminate the Industries. Ifc showed from nctutl figures the enormous saving of man power that can be made throughout the country by .limiting the retail deliveries to one trip over each route ench day. The men saved in every Instance, Mr. Straus pointed out, need not be discharged, but can be used to fill positions made vacant by others going to the front or Into the various wnr Industries. Cooperative deliveries nre strongly urged, for by tho cooperative deliv eries the very greatest snving of man power can be mndc. The public Is urged to cooperate with the merchants in makinit thce snvlngs for tho Oovernmcnt's needs, and they nre informed thnt it will be necessary for them to anticipate their wants and in this way relieve the mer chants of the congestion in their DEMOCRATS GET TOGETHER Tho following from tho Lexington Herald will be rend with Brent interest by Mr, Snufloy's many friends in his old homo here; department. This restricted service in deliveries and other services Is one of national importance, nnd has been in use In i number of cities in the United States for several months nnd hns proven entirely satisfactory. Every merchnnt is being asked to adopt these recommendations, nml their stores will be marked with an official hanger showing that they hnvc made the savings nsked for by the Clov- - '7 wes ot im f toppled slxxit four tr:' from Stnnfonl. linn re'dnre of sevn room. two bsrns. I?1 store Hid lols rtf oiitliiillilitKr" Ynti couldn't bcln to imt the liiild:- s on this nleo fln No. 32K v two-n'nj- trnment I whol fnr what we " M0. Trhnlattee n t dandv. (Mftar nnd In ', ri--- n V for the) nlne. I'rire nn" hlf down nnd This nlap b a ) stnn. elinrrh and ne neighborhood. he following resolutions were ndopted He it resolved that we, the under No. ,iar ano art of whkh io a en (a river bottom land far 1R barrels nf iwr nrre. Ilnlnnre. untnnil. whleh i good rrnilri 'anil, Snlenil'd orchard nn the ""Intnl. j"! Snlendld tu'n.Htrv rea'danr. I nil two fmnl tinrna narwanr" Well fm n" irinifx. walls. In wM"red bv river sii'ht of rood town nnd traded bank clvrehes etp. A nln. vhool did neighborhood no lwttcir In th Stnte. ThU a n rnnev mnker nnd n snlendld boinp. rnmi nnd let Ms how von this proposition. Price nn" terms right. No. 327 four-roo- fnri! nnd Hplv beat wells in Ihf'Stato never known lo co ilrv. A large tolinrro bnrn, flO Nino feet Situated nrht t railroad stinn and clow to schools nnd churches nnd in ns fine neighborhood ps vnu ran find nnvrhTe. This i a fine home nnd pood dirt nnd th" nrir la sure right. Onlv $3 000 nnd term rii'lit. It will pay you to look inta this one. 10fi acres of bind No. 328 of wbirh TiO ae.res cleared bnlnnce in timber of which there i romp Rood snw timber. Three-roolinutc ana stock and tobacco barn combined. 3C envpa nd nil other xfifi 12 feet to Orchard of 200 trees. oiitliiiilillnu'S. Well wntcrod nnd fcncl and co Innd will to school nnd church. producp 1,000 tMitinda of tobacco to the ncre nnd from 7 to S Imrrel of corn. Price only $1,250 nnd aasv terms, snlendid ilwidlinf. nil necessary P"en "us of bind, nut-luild- in rllar. one of the signed merchants of Stanford, in re sponse to n call from the Commercial Economy Hoard of the Kentucky Council of Defense, representing the conservation division of the War In dustries Hoard of the United Stntcs, recommending thnt in the present emergency it is nbsolutcly necessary that the country's resources be used to full advnntngc to nid in carrying on the war, and since this requires thut all unnecessary services shall be eliminated in retail trade as well as in other lines of business, He it Resolved, therefore, thnt we adopt the recommendations of the Coaimcrcial Economy division of the Kentucky Council of Defense, and be it, further resolved that we use our every influence to have every mer chant in our city adopt these same recommendations. Resolved that we (1) make not over one delivery per day over each route; (2) limit the privilege of re turning merchandise to three days. (3) curtail specinl deliveries; (1) require n deposit on C. 0. D. pur- chnses; (fl) discontinue the custom of sending goods on npprovnl; (0) use cooperative deliveries wherever pos sible. "Further evidence of the getting together of the Stnnlcy nnd Heck- ham factions of the Democratic party in Kentucky nnd n united front In November against the Republicans, was given todny by tho acceptance of Shclton M. Saufley, of Richmond, of chnlrmnnshlp of the Democratic press bureau In Democratic for the campaign, Snuflcy hns long been an ardent admirer nnd supporter of Senator Rcckhnm, giving liberally of his time as well ns his money every time the Senator hns been n candidate since Snuflcy was old enough to sit up and take notice in politics. "The chief of the press burcnu is n young man in years, but a veteran In newspaper work nnd In politico He won his newspnper spurs, so to spenk, on the Lexington Dcmocrnt, nfter being n first class printer, a faculty he still possesses, by the wny, since he often sits down nt the linotype mnchinc in his office when his men arc busy, nnd does his bit ns well ns the best man in his employ. He hns the enthusiasm of youth nnd tho energy hnt goes with n mnn determined to succeed. Stnrting out with nothing in tho wny of capital except his health nnd industry, he hns nmnssed n small fortune in the newspaper business, nn achievement that hns been equaled by no other mnn in Kentucky of whom the writer knows, spvc old Col. W. P. Wnlton, of Lexington, under whose tutllngc Saufley learned the news cm! of the game, "Witn Saufley in charge of the lVm crate will have a niin who knows news and the Kentucky Demo-crnti- c editors will rejoice, for they will not be deluged with a lot of worthless rehash, such ns the inexperienced press mnn usually sends to an already overloaded press. Snuflcy rather startled the State during the recent argument over a successor to Ollie M. James by declaring for Gov. Stanley, not only for the long term, but for the short term ns well. In politics he has been regular always, regarding it as bad sportsmanship to bolt n ticket nfter hnving helped to nominate it. His selection ns hend of the press bureau will mean many votes to Gov. Stanley in November." hend-qunrtc- rs WRIGIEYS TBt. X flaaHaBaaaiiH Tuff ,K .aBBBBaWiT " 1 BHfBaPfeflt-Y- l LbV I latW all Bm aaBaaflBBaaHLBBBW faVaBBT I HBaaBBLrr ValafJaH BBLw W BBBBT 1. We will win this war Nothing else really matters until we do! fff . iU .Th vj d i The Flavor Lasts 50HeadLiveStock at public Sale at my home in the Eastern part of ford beginning promptly at 1 o'clock P. M., on I will sell Stan-0- - I Tuesday, October 1st The following described property: ft T't acre of land, hoiip, lmni 3'2xl nnd nil other nereamirv ooihuildbics, 100 treea and r0 of Orchnrd of penrhes. Kenclne new nnd "II watered bv five nevprfnilliiif (""rlni. ,1 ncrps cleared, Imlanre In Mmber. down Price $3,500. Terms, one-hn- 'f nnd balance in one, two and three years. Nn. twn-storfive-roo- 320100 y, the house, smnll barn, irood orchard of 140 trees. Well watered, i;ood wire fencinir. 92 acres cleared nnd balance in timber. Price $3,500 nnd terms riht. 300 acres of iood land No. 331 close to school, church, bank, tc and in fine neighborhood. Una n eiht-rooresidence and n four-roohouse. Three good barns, stork scales, cribs, etc. I Ins over e 100 acres in bottoms that will splendidly, nnd the upland mostly clenred and in orchard kms. two-stornro-duc- No. 330 107 acres, onlv mile off good pike. one-quart- er S'x-roo- The foregoing resolutions ndopted nt n meeting of the merchants of Stanford. Ky held on Sept. li, at Myers club room. A local committee has been ap pointed consisting of E. R. Campbell chairman; W. II. Higgins, Wm. Severance, Hnrry Hill, and they will "all upon nil of tho merchants of Stin- ford nnd cxplnin to them the savings to lie made nnd give them nn oppor t'lnily to sign n pledge card, whHi will be sent to Mr. Straus, who will i.ssue the official hanger to the merchants signing. Any marchnnt who refuses to cooperate with the Government in making the savings nsked for will be reported to Mr. Straus, who will take the matter up with the merchants direct, nnd use every effective menns, if need be, to brins unpatriotic dealer Into the would-b- e l.ne. TALK OF HIGH COST OF Pair work Mules, 1 6 Hands, sound, well Brok Mules, 8 Yearlings. en; 4 2-Yr.-- 01d Mares, 1 pair d Three Brood Mares, 4 year-ol- d Draft Mares, sound, good workers, three-year-ol- 5- - 9 9 One Driving Horse; One Jennet. Two Milk Cows to be Fresh first of year; 7 Jersey Heifers, All Nice Ones. ( This farm Is Fine jjrazinjr land. right nnd price right, only $12,500 nnd ensy terms. It will pay you to Investigate this one. No. 332 Nico house nnd lot la Stanford, Kentucky, that cotitjiiiifl ono aero of lnnd. House has sevva rooms, bnrn, buggy houso, etc. A dnndy homo nnd on concrete walk nml close in. Price only $1,800 nnd terms right. Look nt this one. Hughes & McCarty Office Phone 180 MEDICINE "Although I paid only $2.00 for 2 bottles of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy I wouldn't take $100 for what 2 doses have done for me. My partner nlso has taken n dose witn wonderful results. Ho was threatened with an operation for stomach nnd bowel trouble nnd Is sure he will be nil right now. Wo both suffered from indigestion nnd bloating with gas." It is a simple, harmless preparation thnt removes tho catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract nnd ; llavs tho inflammation which cnmes practically all stomach, liver nnd Intes-tlnnilmcnts, including appendicitis. One doso will convince or money re funded. Tho Lincoln Pharmacy; The Penny Drug; Store. sold 9 16 2-Yr.-- Heifers, Weight About 800 Lbs., 6 Yearling Heifers. 01d Mowing Machine, Hay Rake, Two Walking Cultivators, Two Turning Plows, Two Sets Buggy Harness, One Set Double Harness, One Set Brake Harness, One Buggy, One Carriage, One Long Shaft Cart. Sale begins at 1 o'clock. Capt. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. Terms made known on day of sale. Residence Phone 152 and 184 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Maude, tho Red Cross mule, was nt auction nt Nicholnsvillo for $2,000. She was previously sold at Wilmoro for $I,C00 and this with tl button ealo brought the total amonut for Jessamine county up to $1,100, W. C. Shanks, Stanford, Ky. m akNjapaMfcaajMa . (f v If'" ff .oaaLaalaa, T J , w.s.r rr1 r.Yr-- - iiri frriafl "fc 7 Page Four ti The Interior Journal; Stanfotd, Kentucky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ! J. H. WrlfM C Walton at ftaVHtf, TKrl 1 ikt pmrflHmtlt matttr. V., rUn Friday, September' 20, 1918 ', v MONEY? If you want money to increase your Wheat Crop, E. wni M SHOOTS HIS BLUNDERBUSS Dr. Ben I.. Ilrunrr, tho republican nominco for U. Su Senntor, who, by the way, will speak at the courtn, Clothing of house here tomorrow, Saturday has shot his thunderbolt, we should sny blunderbuss, and the Courier-Journdors him tho mean turn of publishing his speech in full. The staging of the opening of his campaign wns in the little town of If you want money to harvest your Corn Mnnchester, In Clay county, and last Monday wns selected ns the day for Crop, tho performance, that wc nro sure Clothing is now Our will prove n loss of time nnd effort money to buy cattle and hogs If you He very glibly announces for prohiready for your inspection. These bition and woman suffrage, both of to produce meat for our boys in France, which questions will In nil probability bo practically settled by the pres are by far the best selection of ent Congress and give us the nncicnt Liberty money to buy If you nnd hoary nrgument for n protcctivo clothing ever brought to Stanford. tariff. He likewise declares for n Loan Bonds, "sound money system," neglecting to We have these in all the new modsay that we have the soundest in the Come and see us world nnd that It wns given to the els, weaves and colors. Tailored country by n democratic Congress. In the apparent effort to leave the impression that the administration by the best of tailors, cut to fit any may do so, he declares with great solemnity that "there must be no barshape form. All pure wool fabrics gaining or compromise with the enemy over pence terms," when Presiand fast in color. dent Wilson hnd stated the only terms thnt would be considered, nnd To see these is to buy, and which he has just reiterated in reply 1 to the by The doctor grows very causnow to buy means a saving of doltic in the treatment of those papers which have thrown doubts upon his to Court-house- " The Bank on the "corner lars to you. loyalty and shows thnt his election would be n hindcrancc, instead of n help in winning the war. He says that such papers are playing In the Germany has failed, and when the hands of the kniscr, nnd playing into The British and French forces nre reported as closine; in on St. Quen-ti- n German people wake up to the fact his hand by the dissemination of such Already Gen. that they and not their enemies will propaganda. The acts and doings and Cambrai. of Gov. Stanley do not suit him n Haig's men have taken more than have to pay, will the kaiser and his little bit and he makes charges that 10,000 prisoners, and to the south of by St. Qucntin the French have gotten militarists hold triumphant military would have to be supported their nippers in readiness to squeeze reviews on the Field of liars? Past sworn proof before those who know the German line. In Mesopotamia history of like attempts on n smaller the doctor and know Stanley would But; why waste any the French and Serbian force! con- scale to put the world under sub- believe theiu Come now and select yours. jection answers in the negative. more valuable space in telling of tinue their gains. the speech? The. poor man is not in the race at nil nnd wc should pity instead of criticise him, perhaps. From the beginning to the end of the lengthy diatribe, no single reason is presented, why n discerning public should embarrass the President by HOUSE OF QUALITY" STANFORD, KY. sending a republican to the Senate, when it has tho opportunity to semi an experienced legislatrtr, thoroughlv Serious food riots have broken owt Miss Julia Spurr, of Lexington; PERCY HALY APPOINTED i in sympathy with the President's pol in the towns and cities of Hulbind. M McRobvrU, of this city. Reliable information has been re-- 1 Mrs. icies, nnd who has the proper knowland troops and mounted police lisve edge nnd power to help carry them ceived from Washington that General and Mrs. J. II. Willis, of fnib Or- been called out to quell the dtiarl out. Elect Stanley nnd hearten the Percy llaly, formerly Collector of chard Springs, spent several day ance caused by molt of men, womInternal Revenue in the Seventh die with the Missos Shelby at Arcadia. heart of the great man who is bowed en and boy, who have plundered th under the greatest cares ever thrust trict, which position he resigned some Mis Laura Embry Sandidgo, the shops and carU. The troops i'immI time ago, has been appointed Deputy pretty daughter on mortal man. of Mr and Mrs I" ion the mob and six were woundml. Commissioner of Internal Revenues r Srndiilge. of the West End. his Food condition In ih nimi nf ih M. J. Wollman, of Louisville, fire J by Commissioner Roper and will go Icntered Kentucky University at I.ix little kingdom nro described n a 'bullet through his bead while de- to Washington about October 1st to When you have bought the John Dgere line you pbrablc spondent over continued ill health assume his new duties. The job is have bought the best. Come in and let us show you. He was n Confederate soldier and hnd said to pay $9,000 a year. General Holy's elevation to this Slat Bottom Stag Sulky Plows $75 John Deere a most remarkable experience during the war. He was severely wounded important post will effect the LexDeere Slat Bottom Two-wa- y Plows ....$120 John three times nnd was once ordereifto ington revenue office in 'that he will $150 John Deere 10-- 7 Van Brunt Drill (complete) be shot by the Federal officer, whoso take with him Chief Deputy W. C. men captured him, in retaliation for Grayot, as his assistant. Mr. Grayot, Disc Harrow with Fore Truck $65 John Deere 10-1the murder of some loyal civilians, it is understood, will receive a salary Cultipackers Dunham $90 but miraculously escaped. Poor man; of $5,000 per year in his new posU tion. Soil Pulverizers it is n pity he could not have let Dunham's $70 William Gatcwood, of Georgetown, take its course, as" in the very nature of things he would not 'on;: formerly county clerk of Scott counhave had to suffer, and it would have ty, is slnted to succed Mr. Grayct YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AND INSPECT been more in keeping with the record as chief deputy under Collector Hamilton, so it was authoriof ns brave a man as he was, to havij OUR LINE. met the inevitable in a courageous tatively reported from Frankfort. way. yi Cost of after consequences of the , The various agencies of the Gov- war to German people, nearly i0 per MRS. RELLA ARNOLD TRANCIS LANCASTER STREET ernment make orders that it is hard cent, of their annual income. .1 to understand the necessity for. For . instance, the war industries board TTlrlrn"l"l'l"ITI"."r.TTTTTTVMW1"M .J. H; M- 1 rules that publishers shall not use ( vT'l'T I11'" rvrpppil rx premiums, contests, or similar means cf stimulating circulation, nnd shall not print holiday, industrial or spo-ciw issues, nor sell their papers at . Mi'4 i r m a less than the advertised rate. It The Farmers Stock Club of Waynesburg will offer for strikes us that this is a matter out sale in the town of Waynesburg, side of government concern, but we, 50 PAIRS OF WORK MULES as will nil who obey every war de100 WEANLINGS AND YEARLINGS mand, submit without question, or NUMBER OF BROOD MARES AND WORK HORSES even without explanation. Everybody invited to be present with their slock. Distinction "Fair want want Fourth at Lincoln County National Bank next peace-feeler- Austro-Hun-gar- We Are Headquarters For School The Boys Suits The Price Is Soon Forgotten Quality Is A Sticker McROBERTS, BAILEY & RUPLEY "THE 1 11-in- ch 14-in- ch The Newest Fall Millinery Our .Formal Opening Will Be Held Saturday, Sept. 21 G ot ot nn-tu- John B. Rif fe, Hustonville THE STYLE SHOP, Stanford, Ky. .'..... 1 1 1 I1 HORSE AND MULE SALE On Thursday, October 3rd, 1918, -- m. -- iCvfXfifcr-- . J.-J- Don't Wait Until Prices are Sky High to buy It is free to All. T. J. ELLIS, President, H. P. DAY, Secretary. ) t Public Sale of Household and Kitchen Furniture Having sold my home nnd desiring to give possession by Oct. 1st, I will on THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1918, at 2:30 P. M. on the, premises on Logan avenue, sell to the highest bidder my Household and Kitchen Furniture, nil of which is practically new, consisting of bedsteads, mattresses, sideboard, refriegrator, cook stove, two heaters, kitchen cabinet, davenport, chairs, tables, drcssers.-washstandruggets, rugs, etc., And many Mher things too numerous to mention. Come early and look it over. ds, Realizing the power of song nnd music, they will be invoked by tha coming drive for Liberty IiontW. Music hath power to toothc the sav- ngc breast as well as to awaken the best sentiment within the breast of the civilized man. Italy has 4,800,000 lemon trees, which produce 1,200,000,000 lemons r. year, but the way the, Italians are handing them to the Germans the crop will not prove any too large. JOHN H. GRIMES D.EAD Mr. John II. Grimes, one of tho n men of Hnrrodsburg, died suddenly Monday. Ho .was taken with acute Indigestion while wnlking on tho street and died a short while ufter being carried to his home, Mr. Grimes was in the revenue sqrvlce for muny years nnd was n city official a tne ttmo or his death. lie was the best-know- . Diu come at once to Coomer & Nave's before cold weather comes, as labor and materials are becoming scarcer all the time. Prices will be much higher this winter than now and those who are wise will buy now. Our stocks of Window Glass, Roof Paints, etc., are complete price reasonable. You will save the cost of a new roof if you useand our Roof Paint. Preserve your old roof, as it is next to impossible to build a new one. We have just received another shipment of Window Glass "y1K.fl Harry 5r Roof Paint, Etc. Hurry! V it Hurryl I n n PICTURE FRAMING MOULDINGS and have a'large selection of new and pretty designs. W. P. KINCAID, Stanford, Ky. COL. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. father of Postmaster J. Hal Grimes and Mrs. John 11. Brooks, formerly of Crab Orchard, but now residing In Atlanta. , I COOMER & NAVE Phone 25, Danville 1 " "... .i x: WJL The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, September 20, 1918 Page Five V r iiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiii fck Wiy rMftr Wnb 0aBiH-8M- p OWM?lMafir , IHapK Kith-Tal- k 4-T- BE PATRIOTIC AND DO YOUR r. !i tear ou ronr corns nnd tnf. off your eornt and O'iO' T"U can t way the fI?'!tt.Zha Joy Itpeiin only Issppy, way. U tha Mole way la tbo world. Two drops Too can J "THE HUB" Pushin Brothers DANVILLE, KY. PART THE NEXT CIHERTV LOAN IS SCHEDULED TO BEGIN SEPT. 28lh AND END OCT. 19lh, 1018. ALL PERSONS SHOULD UECIN AT ONCE TO SAVE MONEY TO HE INVESTED IN THESE IIONDS. THE FIRST NATIONAL HANK WILL UE PLEASED TO HAVE YOU DEPOSIT IN ITS SAVINGS OR IN YOUR CHECK. ING ACCOUNT, MONEY FOR af 2BhhLLw Fall Opening and Display "Ctt Ik nil lh J Drop" on Th.l Corn-- Ute Cam It a "Goner" "Cult" I lth finders tn ono piece. Ilkn prellnic n Nuinnn. ''(Jreat sturr, wlali I'd (lima Hint tioforn." There's only ono corn peeler "(Icti-It.- " Toes wrsppeil up IiIk with tnpo and i, toes srttilrmlnir from Irrltntlnn nl ei. It's nil n tnrhnrlty. Toes wounded by ratnrs nnd knhes,. that's tmtchery, ridiculous, unnece.orj-- Unniterom. Uso "(lets-It,- " tho liberty nay rlmple, palDleii. always sure. Tako no chances. Oet "(lets. It." Don't tw Intuited by Imltatlona. Hex that you set ' Octi.lt." "(lets-lt.- " tho Kuarantced, money, back the only sure y. tem hukn trine at any drtu itore. Mid by K. Ijiwrenco 4Co., Chicago. III. Sold in atantum and rccuiniiiend-e- d Bright Hoys was In Iouisville the PERSONAL AND SOCIAL as the world's best corn remedy for" cloth, other day. Sept. Campaign hv The Per" Drv Jtnre work in Belgium. lag for relief Josiah Anderson went to Ilrodhcad Mrs. W. W. Hnys has returned on business Thursday. linn reWin .Sue Fischer Wood Montcr. Fish, of Crab Orchard, has from n visit to her mother nt Lancaster. timed from a visit at ML Sterling. been working extra at Hemp. News comes that Cnpt. John N. lira. Sllna Anderson spent Tucvlay Miss N'nncy Hunn is visiting her with her parents at Crab Orchard. nunt, Mrs. II. C. LeCompte, at Frank- Menefee, Jr., hns nrrived safely over-tenMr. Walker, wife nml baby, of fort. Mr. Sam Harlan, of Danville, is arc cue-it- s of Mr. niuTMrs. T. E. T. Spoomtmorct- wife and Imby now night clerk at the Stanford 1. IIiiiIkcU. arrived Tuesday from Chicago to visit Hotel. Mrs. E. I., Gndberry nml children the homefolks. Mr. II. B. Snufley returned this art visiting Mr. Ondberry's parents Miss Jnne Horker left first of the morning from a business trip to Bell Ynnemlto. near week to matriculate at Hamilton county. Mrs. George Suopo has been the Lexington. Dave. Kennedy is now carrier on recent guest of her brother, Mr. T. Col. T. D. Miirrum, of Cntlettsburg, rural route No. 5 nnd Is making i C. Roll, at Shelby City. nrrived Wednesday night to visit hN good one. Mis Mnry Hailey left Tuesday daughter, Mrs. E. C. Wnlton. James nnd Kussell McBee have for (Cincinnati to matriculate Mrs. W. 0. Montgomery, of gone to Camp Buell, Lexington, to College of Music. at the li visiting her old school- train for service in the nrmy. Mrs. Jnmoa lloone nml Mrs. W. C mate, Mrs, Ross Hastin, nt Lnnrna Mrs. J. II. Cas, of Ilrodhcad, haj spent last Wednesday with Mr. tor. been the guest of her daughters, Mrs. W. P. White nnd family. Mrs. A. P. Hunn nnd Miss Sara L. B. Hilton nnd Bronston Elder. Maurice Tucker left Thursday Hunn have returned from n visit to Dr. nnd Mrs, L. F. Jones nnd Mrs. morning for Cincinnati to matricu- Mr nnd Mrs. II. C. LeCompte, nt Curl Sparrow, of Crab Orchnrd, were late at the university of that city. Frankfort. in the city shopping. Thursday afterMrs. W. S. Klkin, of Atlanta, is th Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Ablridge went noon. KVast of her nieces, Mtat") Jennir Prof. I. II. Booth, of the faculty and Charlotte Wurrrn, on DNtirille to Frankfort Thursdny to spend a few days before going to Muscle of Knstern Kentucky Normnl nt afenuo. Birlimond, wns here this week in the Mrs. Hallfe Carrier, who lias Wen Shoals, Ala. Mit Christine lloone spent last interest of that institution. tke Ktiejtl of friend here for the Mr. J. S. Ilocker, Jr., is, back from past week, htft Wednesday for her wc'uk with her cousin, Midi Sue Logan Smith, at Mnywood. She re- Knnsas City, where he spent some lwm In Nashville. weeks with his mother nnd sister. He Mrs. II. It. Smith is nursing Mr. J. port a nice time. Mrs. James lloone returned to her Ins matriculated nt Transylvania T. White, son of Mr. W. P. White, irko ia ill with typhoid feber, at his home nt Mnywood Saturday, after University. Dr. J. W. Weber was in Cincinnati Item out on the Prenchemville pike. spending n pleasant week with her Mr. G. J. Austin wns here Thurs- son, Mr. W. C. lloone, nenr Goshen. !eernl days. He saw jevernl of the Miss Margaret Shnnks hns gone to Lincoln county boys who nre in trainday from Mt. Slem, considerably the for wonr from a runaway he Indianapolis, where she will attend ing nt Fort Thomas, including Hugh iroiac h.vl the misfortune to be in n few Tudor Hull 'this year. She was ac- Ileid Foster, nnd says they arc nil companied by her mother, Mrs. W. looking tine. The boys, he says, are tiny ago. Millinery Opening I will have my C. Shanks, nnd nunt, Mrs. II. K. nil loud in praise of the great work beins done for them by the Bed opening of new fall and winter hats, Unurne, of New Castle. Messrs. II. L. Brown and A. V. Cross. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 1th and 5th. I invite your inspection. Mrs. Brown nnd wife nnd Mrs. A. J. Hag- CENT-A-WORD gard, of the Ilrodhcad section of 70-- 1 1 Sim Young, Highland. (AA word rarh (itur, rath Rockcastle, were here Wednesday. with ftrtlrr re 1 rtnt ft tbm SV erh Utur ) l no Miss Kdith Welburu has been The latter came to Dr. J. F. Peyton A d FOB SAI.K Riven the position of music teacher at tho Hustonville public school, and nbout her health, which Is rapidly de half IVrchcron gelding. Sound, will begin her work Monday next. clining. works anywhere. A good general Misses Sophronia nnd Mary Ljnn She will be able to take there with purpose farm horse. M. li, Carson, 70-her most of the class she has been Fox, of Stanford, were in town shop, Telephone 158, Hustonville. p tcnchlng nil the summer at Millcdgo-rille- . ping, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frailer FOB SALK l'BIVATKLY llurtund little son, of Crab Orchard, fnrms one of 170 acres, well Two imMon- proved, mile from town nnd on pike; Mr. J. S. Modify, of the McKin-ne- were visitors in Iincaster last ncres close other of section, who was a cnllor the oth- day. Mrs. J. It. Mount hail the the good land.CO W. C. Floyd, to town. Huston-yillAll er day, snys that the latest he ever honor of winning the blue tie on her p Ky. knew the first frost to fall was an the rose quilt nt the Stntf fair last week. CLOTHKS CLKANEI) without the Miss Joan also won the first prize night of November 1st. lS7fi. It if use of gasoline. No odor nor dirt generally hoped Jhnt Jack Frost will on her "morning glory" quilt. The left. Prices right. Also shoe shinpostpono his visit until very late this competition in this class was ory ing. See me nt CJeorge Heed's shop Hotel Building large nnd it meant quite nn honor to in New Stanford p j ear. Walter Forline. till. Rev. Hon Ilefm, who hna recently win the blue tie over them Angus cows, FOB SAI.K Two Record. moved Imek to Hoyle county from with cow calves nt foot. They nre pure bred but not subject to regisHowling Green, was here for n short De Cured s,tulT nnd is Catarrh Cunnot ter. This is high-las- s while Wednesday. His train did nut tliy priced to sell. M. II. Carson, teleWilli l.nCAl. A ITERATIONS, stop nt Parksvlllo, whore he wanted cannot reach tlif suit nt the tltsvus. phone 458, Hustonvillo Exchange. . Hrenlly (Urrb la k Wal to get oir, so he came on to Stanford d by odbi..Uiitlonal condition. oikI meeting old In or to cut i you must tul.e an and spoilt several hours NOTICE 5 ''r penalty nd.led to Hull-turIIhII'm rom friendir He found 1'iesbytery in 1'itrrtml iiifceii h,Iniirntilb Catarrh thru school tux Oct. 1. Settle with L. II. nJ arts u 1, Hughes or me nt First National schsion nt tho church he wn pastor Hip IiIihkI on ill niiuoua surfaces ot syslttri Halls Ci'urli Mcdklne C. II Foster. Treasurer. 71-t- f of for many years nnd he got much ty "'I ut tin bokt rlO'klulir Bonk. Two nice Duroe gilts; FOB SALE It U i"i" in tltiv ii.mr fur 'iir pleasure out of the deliberations of ,. f.l ,,r m, n,. ,f ! e In tH tonli "Iknown possess Defender blood. Weight 140 tilotxt it I it nl uiili ul the body, of which he used to bo a pounds. Price i!0e per pound. Jnmes H it Mn "I Die iwiitct e .n t Cannon, McKinney, Ky. member. Hev. Helm also had the ' incut!, uls li lln''s Culaiih Mfill ii kii I. nottilerfiil r. i. ill if ii r, pleasure of meeting for the first time Double roller FOB SALE n ill u.. ti ins Scnil for it high grndo Polled Shortin many years n cousin, Mr IMwnrd utiiitil iU f l 111 W I l'r r Toledo, O. horn wennling bulls. Somo Parks, who was here nttendmg Pres Pereheron geldings nnd I 'Mrtlnit' tl bytery. Morc- ninres. A. W. Carpenter, 75-t- f Ky. lund. " j MABVELOUS seed whent for salo. i John Cnmenish, Stanford, Ky., K. F. p . D. NoJi. FOB pure Timothy see Newhind & Newlnmi 9!).5'f purity; 95'r germl-nntio75-t- f 1'rlcu right. SAT'K Wanted n second-hansafe. Medium size nnd must bo in THAT PURPOSE, AND FOR OTH-EPURPOSES. THE BANK IS PREPARED AT ALL TIMES TO REGISTER UNITED STATES IIONDS, AND TO CONVERT THE LOWER RATE REARING BONDS TO HIGHER RATE DONDS. et "Octi'lfon any corn or rniiut drift at onrc, Tho corn llimlly luotcns off from thn toe, so tUnt you ran peel It your off pain-lenltmnii-airr- Authoritative Modes r. R Millinery, Pattern Hats, , r, 2.1-.1- 0 Gage Hats, Fisk Hats, iXI And a large selection of Misses' and Children's Hats s. You are Invited to Attend on Prl, - Cnl-leg- Saturday, Sept. 21 New Fall Coats And Suits We have now on display and sale hundreds of the newest styles of Women's and Misses'-- Tailored Suits, Coats, Serge, Jersey and Satin Dresses; Waists, Skirts and Fashionable Furs. An early selection is advised, as styles and qualities are better and prices much loyer than will be possible later in the season. b- - aft-erno- Camp-bclMvill- llo-eu- Pictures, Uugs. Wall Paper, Iice Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, FURNITUIIE, Mattings, Druggets, Stoves j W. A. Tribble, Stanford. MONEY TO LOAN bn improved farms in Lincoln and Boyle counties. Uest terms. Lowest rate of inter-es- t, 72-llox 4C.r. Somerset. Ky. I have for sale a pair of MULES 8t ADS mare and mules llarg.un f horse; good big ones. taken nt once. G. J. Austin, .Mt. 70 lp Salem. feur-yenr-o- NON-SKISomc-- I PAVEMENT thing new. No slipping. See sam- pie in the Lincoln County National Hank. fc.. I. Hay, general contract75-l- p or, Stanford, Ky. I desire to rent FARM WANTED n farm of about 100 acres, convenient to school. Will pay money or grain rent. Write me nt once C. L. Ramp sey, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 4. SOW and pigs came to my place some days ago. Owner can get them by paying for this notice, their keep nnd describing them. J. D. Tarking-toStanford. R. F. D. No. 2. 76-t- f 75-'Jn. FOR SALE Three-horsfertilizer drill, used only a jear, and one yearling Southdown buck. R. C. Nunnelley, Stanford, K. F. D. No. e' 5. 73- - It sell my house and lot located on. Cemetery street, Crab Orchard, Ky., Saturday, Sept. 28 th at 2 o'clock. This place is about 110 feet front and 450 feet long. It will be offered in (5 lots nbout feet. A road through center. Then it will be offered a n whole. Terms made known on day of salo. Annie Butcher 75-Green. I will 12-fo4t HOME FOR SALE three-year-ol- Get Clothes That Save For You There are other ways of sav- 4 1 .F-- " y e. 73-S- 4 Lan-rnit- 75-J2- i. ilim-.x- 7G--- lr n y, lug tiian ay iiol speuuing niuney; the greatest saving of tf$sometimes all is when you do spend money. That's what happens when you biry Mart Schaffner & Marx clothes. You get so much real favalue, in service, in brics, in good looking style; you get clothes that last so long; that there's real economy in buying all-wool TZ&amfsa I life if ' 1 i . r.ii-r- ' I 75-2- Culti-jmcke- I ' ''l them. ld rGjaa r That's why we have these clothes to sell; that's why we say if you need clothes this fall, the real way to save money is to spend it for Welch's pi 73-4- n. d r. , t,1,' -- , '- r- . r) -- rrnr " The Penny Drug Store The Kiddies Favorite Founfoin gooihdiane. Lincoln Pharmacy, Stan71-t- f ford. J. W.Accy. MONEY LOST Lost n black bag containing n pocket book with money in it ami a letter addressed to Mrs. M. A. Cover. Leave- - ut I. J. olllco or return to mo mid get reward. Mrs. B. G. Cover, Lnncustor. f Two rooms, BOOMS FOB KENT hall nnd kitchen for light housekeeping. Very desirable. Mrs. Bottle Barnctt, East Main street, Stanford, ' Ky. lp 7C-t- Hart, Schaffner Clothes & Marx Phillips & Phillips Stanford's Biggest Store j Wm Copyright lUrt Schtff ner Ic Mux "r-'- i. c f ? --- ,. - . 1 L 4 Page Six .. ,lhe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, September 20, it I 9 Id 0 Sconomy Sinck 191a both ralftlin and o!e leather have ruen over loofl. All other ijema that enter Into the maling of a pair of some aeveral hundred ahoes are higher per cent. Our advice, in view of this iltuation, ii pa at least $7.50 to ill for your It ii true economy. ahoca. GERMAN ALIEN WOMEN A German alien woman chnntflnff The Mt'ufaction you get from the better workmanship and material! will justify the expenditure. Come in and aee our Crossett models for Fall. imssetifcJtr CMalics Ufa's Walk &$ym ofoe SCHOOL CLOTHES 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. her place of residence to another within the same registration diitrict shall immediately report such chnriRO to the registration officer of the registration district and prevent to such registration officer her registration card for the purpose of having endorsed thereon by such regis tration officer the change of resi dence. A German alien female who desires to change her place of res idence to a place of residence within another registration district must obtain n permit. Such German alien female must present herself to the registration officer of the district in which she then resides nnd moke application for the permit on n form supplied by the registration officer. nnd present her registration card to the registration officer for the pur pose of having the permit of change of residence, If granted, endorsed upon her registration enrd. If the registration officer denies the nppli cation there may be an nppeal un der certain circumstances set forth In Article XIII, paragraph 3, of thw General Regulations, to the United States Marshal of the judicial di.. triet for final action. A change of residence in violation of the Regulations subjects nn nlien enemy, nmong other penalties, to and detention for the period of the war. The registration officer who nctcd in the registration will continue to net as registration officers for the purpose stated in respect to permits for change of residence. placo nr-rc- The R, L On Burton Farm At Acution SATURDAY, SEP. 21 190 Acres 190 Of The Best Tobacco, Corn and Hemp CALOMEL PURIFIED OF ALL ODJECTIONS ROBINSON'S I Chrmitl Rid Doctor' Favorite Medicine of Nameating unci Dangrrout Qualities. New Variety Called "Calolab.." A Land In Central Kentucky Six Miles Northeast of Lancaster on Buckeye Pike, in Oliver Riding Plows Disc Harrows and Superior Grain Drills Are Ready For You W. H. HIGGINS, - - Stanford, Ky. Ladies' High Shoes New Fall Styles in Grey, Brown and Black triumph of modern pharmacv destined to bless the whole that world that is the opinion of physi cians nnd druggists who are familiar with the new calomel that is wholly free from the objectionable effects calomel. of the An occasional purifying of the sys tern and thorough cleansing of the liver arc absolutely essential to health, and, ns all doctors know, cal omel is the only drug that acconu lishes this result. Now that the unpleasant and dangerous effects are entirely removed, the popularity o' the new calomel, Calotabs, will be vastly increased. Its effect is de lightful. One tablet at bedtime, a swallow of water that's all. You wake up next morning feelig fine, jour liver cleansed, your system purified and with n hearty appetite for breakfast. Eat what you plvnss No restrictions of no danger. habit or diet. Cclotnbs are sold only in original sealed packages, price thirty five cents. Your druggist recommends and guarantees them. Is old-sty-- 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 acres stubble sown to grass, 30 acres meadow, balance in Blue mile to good school, one-hamile to church, telegrass. One-hal- f phone and mail service. IMPROVEMENTS Splendid dwelling, two porches, one a large concrete porch, basement, bath room, water works, servants' house, garage, 3 hen houses, cistern and well. Two eight-acr- e tobacco barns, two silos, two stock barns equipped with feed and litter carriers, stock scales, tenant house. Beautiful level yard to pike with large shade trees, good orchard. This farm has been taken care of by the present owner for 25 years, he has been a breeder and feeder of high class stock, fed in barns and maintained the land in high state of fertility. 1 lf two-stor- y, ten-roo- m ! . " I f k FARMS FOR SALE If it's farm land you want, I have it, and if you nrc looking for a bargain come to me for I have the farm you want at the price you want to pay. No. COO C acres of land right in CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY town, all fenced nnd in good shape, on roclc pike in 100 yards of graded school, one quarter mile of railroad S depot, a No. 1 seven-rooframe, y ENOS SPENCER. TruMrot house with porches, nice CIIAS. C. HAKIMS. Le I'rrtl.Unt yard, hen, meat and wood houses, all K. II. U.ND3EV. SecrcUr? " buildings new, good garden. One of r the best buildings nnd locations in town. Price $1,800. No. 500 Farm of 81. acres on county road, close to mail, telephone, school and churches; acres cleared, fencing fenced and good; 4 i acres in clover and timothy; large orchard, good garden and no A neOULARLV INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OP LEARNINa better water any where: n lot of nice LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY timber. This farm is nearly nil level. 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Pottoffice Seven-rooframe house, two barns. Train young met) and women for Business or Civil Service 32x30 each; silo and nil necessary All who detire to qualify for either or both lines of outbuildings and granaries. 20 tons positions. of hay, 2 cows, 2 calves, 2 horses, 2 employment should write for full information at once. wagons, C'A ncres corn, about CO bushels of wheat, about 200 bushels oats, f acre potatoes, 9 head or nogs, binder, mowing macnine nnd rake, wheat drill, corn drill. brenking plow, cultivtitor nnu nnrrow. J'rico lor all, $7,uuu; for farm, $5,000. No. 1 A farm of 63 acres on county road, close to school, church and store, nil level, not one foot of FEED SOME OF OUR RAPIER'S PIG MEAL. FEED IT DRY waste land; nil in timber, except one ncrc. A new frame house, IN SELF FEEDERS, OR USE IT AS A SLOP. IT IS MADE OF six rooms, hen and meat house, young orchard. A nice location nnd can't SUGAR CANE, ALFALFA MEAL, MILL FEED, LINSEED MEAL be beut for tho money. Price AND CORN MEAL. IS A BALANCED RATION. Terms can be mado on most nil farms. I havo the most completo list of farms that I know of. Writo for LOTS OF OUR FEEDERS ARE BUYING THIS PIG MEAL IN my price list it's free. WACON-LOAMONROE THOMPSON, LOTS. YOU GET GOOD RESULTS. ASK YOUR Waynetburg, Ky. w. E. PERKINS two-stor- Tmmuoi Commercial School cross-fence- 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 one-hal- PIG MEAL two-hors- o two-stor- y $1,-00- 0. NEIGHBOR. Among; the entries to tho SAME WHILE PASTURES ARE DRY FEED YOUR COW CREMO DAIRY FEED. FEED WE SOLD HERE ALL LAST WINTER. J. H. Baughman & Co. 11 j. ,- Pace at. Lexington are the old and Mabel St. Frisco 2:01 Trask 2 :01 , along with their young er rivals Lu Princeton 2:02 V and Miss Ilortha Dillon (4) 2:02. This Is believed to be tho most evenly matched field of very fust horses ever gotten together. Do you got ud at night? Sanol Is surely the best for all kldtioy or bladdor troubles. Sanol gives relief In 24 hours from all backacho and bladder troubles. Sanol la o guaran. 60c and $1.00 a bottle teed remedy. at the drug store. 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 yearlings, 700 lbs.; 2 pair mare mules and pair horse mules, 4 to 6 years old; 5 pair mated mare mules; 4 Short horn cows with calves; 23 black faced ewes; I registered Southdown buck; hay baler, manure spreader, ensilage cutter, I 2 H. P. gas engine and a lot of good farming implements. For further particulars inquire of Q. A. Thomas, Real Estate, Lancaster, Ky., or W. E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky., or 1 two-year-o- ld 1 1 1 I Swinebroad THE REAL ESTATE MAN. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. - i.i- - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL $1.50 A YEARI in'MmTimiwiitfc"- - r ;. ill Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, September 20, 1 9 fi 1 PageSeved Gates Half Soles Try them find be convinced that you enn mnko your old tiro a new one, by having ui halt ioIe It with tho famous GATES HALF SOLE. It Vfil run you 3,600 miles without n puncture. Theso nro a few of the prices at tho present: 30x3 30x3H ' M $10.50 12.70 13.4S 14.75 1C.40 19.75 31x3 H 32x3 M 34x3J4 31x4 32x4 33x4 34x4 !( a lWMWl,W lIHWH 20.10 20.05 21.30 Urine us yor old tiro and let us mnko It new. The Inernational Rubber Sales Co. DANVILLE, C. KY. J. D. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. II. MASTERS, Loot Afent. - 0 99 tt ; JUST RECEIVED ! d A of Fordson Tractors Two of These Tractors Will Be Allotted to Lincoln Car-Loa- KENTUCKY MUSTN'T FALTER That Kentucky must not falter at this cnicinl hour, but send a man to tho United Stntcs Senate in the placo of the lamented James, who can nt all times bo depended upon to uphold the hnnds qf the President In winning the wnr, will be the messngo which Senator J. C. W. Beckham and Governor A. O. Stanley will take to the voters of the First Conors slonal district when the campaign Is formally opened at Mnyflcld, Grnve county, next Saturday, September 21st. The opening of the tight nt Mny field bills fair to hnvc the aspects of o an Democratic love-ienand hardly n more nusplclom setting could be found for such an occasion thnt the capital of Graves, tho ban ner Democratic county of the State. Tho realization by nil Democrats anil many other pntriots of the necessity of sending back n Democrat to Washington from Kentucky nt such nn hour will hnrdly be grcntor than the pleas-lir- e nt such a time of beholding those two chnmpions of Democracy Senator Ileckhnm nnd Governor Stanley - speaking from the same pintform all past differences buried, thus typi fying so remarkaldy the great seal of the Old Commonwealth nnd its mot to, "United we stand Divided we fall." For it is felt by every one that united as they anil their friends nre today the old ship of Democracy stands upon a firmer footing in Kentucky than nt nny time within n decade, nnd with two such chnmpions, nothing short of a most decisive victory is possible when election dny rolls around. Only two speeches will be made by the two lenders nt this immediate time. After the opening addresses nt Mnyfield, both will go to Winchester, Clark county, nnd speak there on Mondny, the 23rd. After that polities will be tabooed during the fourth Liberty Loan campaign and Democratic speakers will do their duty like patriots nn the stump for the cause of their country up until the lonn drive ends on October 19th. olil-tlmt, ' Proof that Some Women dQ Avoid Operations "I suffered from femalo troubles which caused piercing pains like a knife through my back nnd side. 1 finally lost all my strength so l bad to go to bod. The doctor advised nn operation but I would not listen to It, I thought of w bat I bad read about Lydla E. rinkham's Vogctablo Compound nnd tried It. The first bottle brought great relief and six bottles have entirely cured me. AH women who have femalo trouble of any kind should try Lydla L. rinkham's Vcgetablo Compound." Canton, Ohio. "I suffered from a female trouble which wucn aiiiiuiiiiK. unu mo uociors (icemen mat nuuiu iiuvu cugo mruugii nn operation ueiorei. could ffnt tvnlt "lly mother, who had been helped by Lydla E.Plnk- .nn o ixui,iuiu vuiiiiiuuiui, .iiiviseu me co cry n. oc- luiuoiiuiiiiiiiiiKiuuiioperaiion. ii relieved meirom my irouuies so i can do my liouso work w Itliout nny , uiiiii,iii,;, x 1IUT13U1I1I llUIIlilll Willi IS U1IWCICU Willi femalo troubles to give Lydla C rinkham's Vege- i.iuiu vuuiiioiiim ii iri.ii aim n win uo as mucn CtU St., ior mem 'Airs, auiiie Uovu. . ' ... I tI a4tl.. UUIUI i .uuuii me M aa Mrs. Etta Demon, of Ogdensburg, Wis., says: r n h fjft How Mrs. Boyd Avoided an Ooeration. Zt'c Every Sick Woman ShrifcffiVlW LYDIA E. PINKHAM S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Before Submitting To An Operationj LY0IA CPINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. L'non their return from n tnnr nf T. Minor, of Lynnwood Farm, and the American front, It. Ilnylor Hick- the price was 11 cents a pound. The man Tuesday told how Congress- bunch will average nbout 1,000 man Swngcr Shcrley lunched with the pounds per head. Danville Advocate. Premier of Great Hritain, had a long The German morale is shattered intcniew with the Premier of France, and donned eras mask ami steel helmet while under fire in the Chateau Thierry sector. nnd the striking power of the enemy no longer has the "punch" of former days. Shock troops arc scarce and the army has been combed for such soldiers. This is the conclusion of miliUiry experts in Paris. t r Jst- -l Attention Auto Owners Stop That Leaky Radiator ! County DON'T LET SOME ONE ELSE GET IN HIS ORDER FIRST The Danville Buick Co. DANVII I.E. KENTUCKY L U. CONN, Prop, 9 -- .. .. Walnut Street. I'hon. 798 --- .. .,.. Majority Leader Kitchin, who is taking steps to expedite the ilijposnl TROM COAST TO COAST of the $8,000,000,000 Revenue Kill, expressed hope for its passage not A Rmrltnble Chain of Homr Trtti later than next Saturday. Many mony. And Stanford Addt It Voice to the Grand Chorut of ameniliucnts not approved by tho Local Praiie Ways and Means Committee were re jected by the House during the day's From north to south, from east to ili'cussion. wort; In every city, evcrv community: Heckwith & Hutching: bought forty In every SUite in the union Kings out the grateful praise for head of the finest butcher heifers that iioi.n's Money mis. hnve been seen in Ilojle county in a people 50.000 representative in long tune They got them from M eery walk of life Publicly testify to quick relief nnd lasting results. And it's all for the benefit of fellow sufferers. In this grand chorus of local praise Stanford is well repiesentcd. Stanford people Tell of pergonal experiences. Who enn nsk for better proof of Well-known Wc make your old ones good as new. We sell the Copper King Spark Plug, guaranleedthe life of your car. We have the agency for the Swinehart Tire, guaranteed lor 5,000 miles. We carry in stock all kinds ot ol Auto Accessories, Standard Gasoline, 28 cents the gallon. Wc sell all grades "Mobile" Oil. Call and see us. Radiator Repair Shop, 3rd St., Danville, Ky. A Few Choice and Desirable Town Properties Farms For Sale SEE US & Owens Dinwiddie Hustonville and Moreland CAR-LOAD Mrs. W. II. Hill. K. Main St.. Stan ford, ssivs: "I am glad to endorsa Dean's Kidney Pills for myself, nnd others in my family hnve tieen uene fited by this medicine. I felt run down nnd tired out, had dizzy spell) and hcnilachcs, pnlns and soreness e nnd n dull nchc ncross my nncK. rmember of the family used Donn's Kidney Pills with so much benefit I tried them tind they soon relieved the tiacknche nnd put my kulnevs in good order." Price fiOc, nt all dealers. Don't simply nsk for n kidney remedy get Donn s Kidney Pills the same that Co., Mrs. Hill had. Foster-Milbur- n Mfgrs., Huflalo, N. Y. An-oth- merit! : 144 Acres Boyle Co. Land : S At Auction Wednesday, September 25th, 1918 AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. lf -- OF Old Hickory Wagons JUST RECEIVED n. Maj. Gen. Sir Frederick Maurice, the noted llritish military critic, says that one result of the American victory is that it has given Gen. Foch n new front from which nnd further to start nn offensive complicates the Germnn problem. He describes the fortifica tions of the Germnn stronghold, Metz, nnd says that this should not be n more difllcult nut to crnck than the llindenburg line. mnn-pow- E. T. Pence, Jr., With a lull on the western front which probably foreshadows another vigorous offensive, tho Serbians nnd Stanford LISTEN TO THIS Wouldn't you like to live in the midst of Rood churches, food schools, good people and shnde? If so see To the Public: 4U I rrprrwul Ihe Lrfitl and midoto ordir clulbluc houi in lbl countrr KJ V I'rict an.! Co., Ckleaaa. IU. My Ptri.nra In mrtturinr nd dirrctlnf lh mk m. lb. idc oi jour ciomri, orrr one who ll not tun pr.etlr.I tailor. If juu will jiff ins jour ordrr, I will promi jou t iqtura dfl. Tuu will trl t lio worlb ol your inoorjr, rithrr in lh chraprtl ir.Jn or lb, klgtirr prim. Mr l,t Frenii are making decided progre' ngninst the Unitarians in Macedonia. Despite tho stiffening of the German line, the French nro doggedly press-in- g toward the St. Gobain forest. The American front is decidedly quiet. Tho Walnut Hnll Cup, Lexington, Mondny, Sept. 30, opening of Ken- tucky's Great Trots; Prince Loree 2 :05 (winner of the $10,000 stake McGuire llcrtha at Syracuse), B. L. FAGALY 2:0r.i, Juno lied 2:05U, Chlleot AT STANFORD, KENTUCKY SPRING AND SUMMER 2 :0 'J , Ante Gruy 2 :05 W , Tho Itoynl Me Has a Nice Home For You. lluf of iimplti li now rrtdj your la fribow you. Knight 2:05 i, Allan Watts 2:05, iprctloi. Cm now nd I mo Hlnnchc Carter 2:0516, nmongst the : H. C. AUCTIONEERING twenty eligible to start. 1 can get you highest prices lor your Eight girls, n man nnd n boy, land, stock, crops or household goods. Danville Business School trapped in n cloak room on the top A Practical Builnoi Education Ab floor of n Newark, N. J button Sales Cried Anywher were burned to death and n olutaly Necetiary To At- girl died almost nt onco from inI JOHN B. DINWIDDIE. Mor.UnL ure Succeti. juries when she leaped from a winDanville Business dow. Nino women were injured nnd A. B. C. Dinwiddie 1 dnlrt LOCATION: miles South of Danville, on East side of Hus- Two and one-hatonville pike, the best pike in Boyle County, one mile of splendid Graded School and 2 miles to the Nationally known Centre Col- lege and Kentucky College for Women, I mile from L. & N. Rail- 9 road 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 ? q acres in corn, 4 acres tobacco, 6 acres alfalfa, balance meadow and 9 grass, splenclid fencing and everlasting water. Plenty of fruit trees, also raspberries, strawberries and grapes. IMPROVEMENTS:' J with J pike, Located near center of farm metal beautiful driveway from nine-rooS large roof dwelling, situated in large yard with fine shade trees, I hall, 2 porches, cellar, 2 large P double corn crib, granary, stock scales, cistern at 9 barns, 9 house, water in barn. J J ? J J two-stor- y, 200-barr- el J 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 under-- J signed will be glad to show the farm at anny time. RUPLEYKJ-";- I p 1 i fnc-tor- y, The Undertaker and Funeral Director Hjuncttn City, Kentucky School G'ves This For Catalogue and Informatioa mny die, It. L. Smith, who was here from Ad. Rockcastle Wednesday, told this draft paper that he had bought a number D. B. HARRIS, Principal. of yearling cattle lately nt $32 and DaavilU, Ky. some butcher stuff at 7c. THE REAL ESTATE MAN Swinebroad LANCASTER, KY. w ,i-1 f J r "M ' v Page Eight PUBLIC SALE SAT., SEPT. 21, 1918 9Mfc At 2 O'Clock P. M. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, September 20, 1918 LAND, STOCK AND CROP II. Yowel'l bought of J. S. 10 ulcers weighing 10,105 pounds at 10 '4 c per pound. He bought of C, Mobley 10 weighing just 45 pounds !) on the bunch nt tho same money. I). G. Fox bought at Lnwrencc-bur- g lk J. v, . Of My Household and Kitchen Furniture Consisting of set of dlnfnR room furniture, net of bed room furniture And number of extra beds, druggets, nips, chairs, tables, chinnwnrc, kitchen utensils, cooking stove nnd coal oil stove, and other things too numerous to mention. Sale will be held nt my residence on Lancaster Street, Stanford, Ky. ON KNOWN TERMS MADE DAY OF SALE. C. HILL Col. John Dinwiddle, Auctioneer. DEBTS COLLECTED Accountt, Notes, Claims of all kinds collected anywhere in the world. No caarges unless we col. lect. Reference! Farmers National. Ask about us. MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Somerset, Kjr. Office! Room 7 Masonic Building. Monday forty mule colts for Singer A Lynch, of Lumpkin, Ga., at He nlso (40 to $05 per head. bought for J. M. Rnnkin, of Lincoln county, twelve top mules nt fronuJOO to $100. Advocate. At the annual horse sale nt nt Lexington seventy-fiv- e thoroughbred yenrlings were sold for n total of $19,095. "Tho top of the sale was n sister to Wcsty Ilogan, which was bought by U. J, Brannon, of Knnsas City, for $2,500. Henry Caywood, a prominent stockman of Bourbon county, bought d a of fine cattle nt the Kentucky State fnir Friday, for which he paid $20.75 per hundred pounds. These cattle will be shipped from Louisville and put on Mr. Cnywood's Bourbon county farm, where they will be carefully fed for 100 days, nfter whlcji they will be sent to Gal latin, Tenn., where they will be placed on exhibition nt the cattle Tnt-tcrsal- ls car-loa- J. M. REYNOLDS WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER, We carry a large and complete stock of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. -- j Phone: Farmers' line No. Woodstock line No. - show. THE LATEST WAR NEWS tanks, which plnycd an important part In the St. Mihlcl advance, were (supplied with gasoline by volunteers rolling up barrels nmj hauling them up on lioh sleds when the wagons became mlrcd In the mud. The Germans attribute tho loss of tho sector to the use of tanks, The Ornish haVo penctrnlcd the enemy's defenses northwest of St. Quentin to a depth of three miles nnd captured more than 0,000 prisoners. They captured Frcsnoy-le-Peti- t, Dcrthnucourt nnd Pontru, nnd the Australians have occupied Lo Vcrguler and Hnrgicourt. The high ground south of Gouzenucourt has been carried by the British, who reached the outskirts of Vlllcrs-Guislai- n and occupied Gnuchewood, Templeaux, Konssoy, Epchy nnd PoUlero have nlso been taken, the troops penetrating to a great depth along the line. Philip Gibbs tells of the low morale of the German soldiers fnc-in- g the British on the St. Quentin front. Many of the men, he says, have been in the first line all summer and have faced three offensives. Orders to them were to hold their positions nt nil costs. American-manne- d Documenta'to show that fifteen brewers nnd the United States Ilrcw era' Assoeintlon contributed $407,- 500 to a fund used by C. W. Felgcn- spnn, of Newark, N. J lit making n loan to Arthur Iirubano for the purchase of tho Washington Times wns furnished lato yesterday to the Sen ate- - Judiciary Committee by A. Mitchell Palmer, alien property custodian, i Cut This Out It Is Worth Mbner DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, cncloso with 6c to Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chlcngo, J. L BMifey ft O. NOTICE jrhrtn Mm Turnersville 'SumJv Cmmm corporation Km tarmhutil: mni NoMeo U lwrefc thn litlstniuM Undertaker Embalmer Phone 42( Stanford, Ky said corporation will hereafter conuucicn Dy n jparinerrttif) w thn firm nnmn nf TnrnoravllUi Company, nnd thnt the buttnM said corporation .will be.tettieJ spceuiiy a Witness our hand m PtmM ana Secretary of Mid corporal this 27th ilnv of Ausnut. 1B1R. fiwnlt aaajIm pHii. J. N. CASH, rmidML ' ' '" " ""'-- M writing your name and nddrcss clearly. You will receive In return a trlnl packngc containing Foley's Honey nnd Tnr Compound, for couphs colds nnd croup, Foley Kidney Pills nnd Foley Cathartic Tablets. Soli! everywhere. Job prin'iiu terlor Journnl hIIIcm High-clas- s III., ne In- - Parties who have not paid their aty counts made prjor to July 1, 1918, will please'come forward and pay at once, as I am compelled to raise money and must take' steps to collect. ATI rLjLj . l r Prepare for Fourtk Liberty Loan. The Lincoln Pharmacy J. W. ACEY, Proprietor . Long . L Secretary McAtloo states that it PRESIDENT GETS JAMES' CHAIR is not the intention of the Trensury A Washington dispatch says: A Department to ask for more than of taxes for the cur- chnir was delivered to President Wilyear. This is the nmnnnt nrn. son nt the White House and presentrent posed in the pending revenue bill, and ed to him as a gift from the estate ur. .ucauoo expressed the opinion of the late Senator Ollic M. James. 25 lights, $175. CO; 35 lights $250.00 thnt it would be unwise to low heav It is the chair used by Senator James CO lights, $300.00 ier taxes nt this time. He said con when he presided over the St. Louis fntnm convention in 1910 which nominated GRAY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS ditions mnv develon in thi which will determine the question of President Wilson for a second tenn. A silver plate on the chnir states its 60 Lights GO further increases. history. The presentation was made guarantee them, so you are proWe Dr. B. L. Bruner, who will jtpcak at by W. Vernon Richardson, who was tected ngainst any suspicion of their weakness Strongest and absolutely the court-hous- e tomorrow, Saturday, secretary to the late Senator James. best, and Tithin reach of all farmers in interest of his candidacy for U. Ontts & Robinson, of Iloyle, sold S. Senator, passed through to LanW. K. WARNER caster this morning. He is speaking 74 yearling cattle at 10 to lO'&c. Phone 188 Stanford. Ky there this afternoon. terest. Easy and attractive payments with the privilege of paying olT nil or any part of loan at any time. We will help you pay for nil the farm land you wist to buy. If you are in debt or need money to retire your lien notes we would bo glad to explain. To farmers In Central and Southern Kentucky nt n low rate of in- Time Loans The t &ttc0JL Store t ir, , ,,., -- - i niiii DR. M. K. PENNINGTON DENTIST Will Be At Crab Orchard, Monday, Sept. 30th FOR A WEEK OR TWO Office with Drs. M. 1YI. Phillips and J Frank Jd Jones. All Work Guaranteed -- BURT L. SIMS DISTRICT MANAGER Farm Lonn Department Union Central Life Insurance Co. 802 Security Trust Uldff., Lex. ington, Kentucky. - ll.l !. . , l.l f ng ,i ' .if r l'l.i " GV, - . . I . I " m rrn ' . ' Sf n See This Great Fuel-SaviHere 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 heat-wastin- Furnace ftCTURN AIM At Our Demonstration Wednesday, Sept. 5 fc3HsS?a' t ?tJf &TiS wit Wz'tr ?&ZAmm Practical--Scieritific--Economic- al WARM it Ifi JS A HCTURN If AIH . You Can't Eat Meat 100 Miles Away 3 Preparing; meat is only a part of Swift & Company's usefulness. The finest meat in the world 1 A LOR I have suffered the discomforts of ing systems. A comfortable, even temperature of matter how cold the weather seventy degrees--n- o and no pipes to clutter up the house. You surely must make the acquaintance of the make-shi- ft heat- PATENT 4jcCEmaJI riLM table. wouldn't do you any good-on- e hundred miles away from your The Original s ' r Swift & Compnny efficiency has made it possible to place complete lines 'of products in the smallest and most remote communities. To be sure the work is done well Swift & Company, through its branch houses and car routes, brings the meat to the retail dealer for you. Swift & Company lays out car routes covering towns big, little, medium size which are not served by a Swift branch house. Salesmen find out in advance what is wanted by the dealers in every town. They pre followed by refrigerator cars loaded with retailers orders, which are delivered at each town fresh, clean, and sweet once or twice each week. Swift & Company operates a large numLer of car. routes like this, from fourteen distributing plants. This is a necessary and natural part of the packers' usefulness. It fits into the industry in an orderly, effective way. It makes better meat cheaper from one end of the land to the other. 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 and among many folks right here. S GALLON 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 ASH DOOR ' 70 degrees. Sgl gj j lig 2 Enables a saving in 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. Sectional View of Caloric Pipeless Furnace Showing the 4 Burns any fuel hard and soft coal, ligScientific Construction Feature nite, coke, wood, gas and all other furnace fuels. GUARANTEED 5 The Monitor Ironclad written guarantee, issued by the manufacturers of the Caloric, is given with every furnace sold. Ask to see u copy of this guarantee and decide for yourself whether anything could be , more just and satisfactory to the purchaser. V MARK trade LORl mjpm watKK muo irJiaMMBsmmtism u .rfrjmsn n . Akmr twfatft jgmfflrm wim3L iv OAIVAKIKO vouT.' BONOJiN 1CAIN& V tmpir rAiRiPArt 1 traoc MARK Patented Pipeless Furnace 4 :T!fWnTfjMU llfe -- WITNESS THE CALORIC DEMONSTRATION You will be able to witness a most interesting demonstration of this wonderful furnace at the Caloric booth. Bring with yon, 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 phone us, we will be glad to supply you with explanatory literature and put you in a position to examine the construction features of the Caloric at first hand. You can not afford to delay tho 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 1-1-- Swift & Company, U. S. A. F' W. H. Higgins HARDWARE, FARMING I MPLEMENTS, BUGGIES, ETC. I Phone lO Stanford, Ky. N --