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No. 77 A BRILLIANT REMARK "Wo nre going to take Augustus Owsley Stnnloy's hide nnd hang It to n pole." This omntc sentence Is from thnt favorite of tho republicnn party, Hqn. ,Kdwln P. Morrow, nnd when It was delivered to n Louisville audience, wo nre told thnt the that greeted It lnstcd fully three minutes, thereby Indicating tho cbarnctcr of the crowd that could so fully npprecinte such brilliant nnd Mr, Morrow very coarse oratory. does not seem to leani by experience. He tried to hang thnt hide ingloriously nnd once himself failed, though he mnde u better show ing than Uruner or any other republll ever mnkc ngnln. Such n licnn speech is not calculated to raise Mr. Morrow In the estimation of genteel people if it does create a furore with a certain class of republicans. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, Sept. 24, 1918 WITH THE CHURCHES NO UNNECESSARY Tuesdays and Fridays LAND. STOCK AND CROP Jesse Dlllinger hns sold his Doyle county farm of 120 acres to Mr. Shepherd, of Stcnrns, nt $90. Gcorjro Coffey hns sold hi farm of 50 acres nenr llowen to George A. Yfnlden, of Danville, nt n satisfac- ADDITIONAL EDITORIAL . THE LATEST WAR NEWS Dr. Hen L. Uruner made n very BUILDING NOW The Turkish nrmy In Palestine The Priorities division of the War clever speech to n rensonnbly good is virtually nnnihilnted. The nllied Saturday force nlrcndy hnve enptured 25,000 11 o'clock. Industries Honnl has notified the crowd nt the court-hous- e n The Woman's Society, of tho Kentucky Council of Defense thnt all nftcrnoon, nfter n handsome intro of the enemy nnd 200 guns nnd the church, will meet with Mrs. unnecessary building nnd repairing duction by Dr. R. L. Dnvlson. Iho fleeing Ottoman forces nre being harIiurch Friday nftcrnoon, Sept. 27th, In the country must be deferred un- romince for Scnntor dcclnred that ried by the victorious nrmy under nt 3:30 P. M. til the close of the wnr. There are, lus patriotism wns of the right soit Gen. Allenby. To further shutter tory price. Tho Union prayer meeting on however, n few exceptions to this or- and his eulogy of President Wilson the morale of the Turk, nllied airWill English, of Paris, mnde the Wednesday evening nt the Christlnn der which will be explained to nnv would have been creditable to n man men have made n number of successrcmnrknblc record of cutting 5,027 church beginning nt 7:30. Lender. cne Interested, by npplying to the who had helped plncc him where he Is. ful bombing raids on Constantinople. sticks of tobacco in 38 hours, for Rev. H. J. Ilrazclton. Itncoln County Council of Defense. He clnims to be dryer even thnn ScnThe Germans behind the Hinden-bur- g which he received $50.27, or nt the Pnstor Stout nssisted by Rev. Eng- All who nre contcmplntlng the erec- ntor Heckhnm nnd is hotter for tqitnl line In the St. Mihiel sector per hour. rntn of $1,32 lish, of Ilcrcn, began n series of meet- tion of buildings of nny description suffrage than the Couricr-Journwere feverishly active Saturday "work or fight" order will lie The ings nt the Ilnptist church nt Preach-ersvill- e wi'l hnve to mnkc application to the since Editor Binghnm took charge. moving large troop trains and reapplied to women nt Pine Bluff, Ark. Monday night, 23rd. Kentucky Council of Defense through He clnims that his opponent, Gov. aligning their men. It is not beNegro women then1 nre refusing to Union services of nil the churchis the county council, stating the kind Stanley is wet nnd thnt he is the can- lieved thnt this presages an nttnei' perform nny lnhor, living on nllot-rirnin Stnnford Sun of building to be constructed, the didate of the whisky and beer trusts, from the hun, but rather fear on tho nt the court-hous- e pnld them through drnft rcla dny night, 29th, Dr. R. H. necessity for the building, the quan who nre responsible for his being the part of the enemy that Pcrshlnpr tives, thereby cnuslng n serious short-ng- o pre!dent of Trnnsylvnnin University, tity of ench of the several kinds of nominee of the democratic party for men will deliver another blow nt their of cotton pickers. t: will prench the sermon from th" notcrinls to be used nnd the cost of U S. Scnntor. He is not nt nil lines. J. I Hutchlns bought of I. S. "The Orent War," Kwry one the building. The nppllcntion willpl"ed with the method by which Midway between St. Qucntin nnd Tevis CO rnttlc nvcrnging 1,121 is invited nnd urged to be prjsriit. have to be mnde under oath. The Gov. Stnnley got his nominntion, not Cnmbrai tho army of Gen, Hatg ha pounds, nt IH'fcc, llu bought from There will be n meeting of the va Lincoln County Council of Defense withstanding the fact thnt the as- mnde a further advance, tnklntr n Thursday until Saturday of Inst week LOVCS MF.R COWS AND rious singers of the city nt the Chris is composed of the following men: sistant attorney general of the State number of prisoners. Strong opposiof cattle and hogs of st CHICKENS AGAIN tlnn church Thursdny night, UfHh, Dr. E. J. Brown, chnlrman, Stnnford; said that it wos the only fair way to tion on the part of the enemy wns For the cattle he viirioua pnrtles. "I hnve had stomach trouble for at 7:30 for the purposcof learning II. W. Civens, Hubble; W. 0. Gooch, nominate Scnntor James' successor. met nt every move. The British now raid from 10 to 13c nml for the twenty years nnd for the pnst yenr new songs for tho Fourth Liberty Stnnford; R. Y. Bnllnrd, Wnyn"-Lurg- ; He clnims to think that the Stnnley hold tho hills dominnting this to 19c. hogs 1B have eaten nothing but stnle brend Loan Drive. All of those who can D. R. Adnms, Highland; John administration has been a fnilure. center, while the French to Josh Wilson bad nt Lnncnster nnd drank hot water. Was too wenl; sing nru urged to be present nnd help B Dinwiddie, Moreland; J. M. Ran- nnd having failed as governor he the south nre moving forward to do nny kind of work. Six weeks hi the good work. Monday n fine pair of Skiles, kin,- Stnnford; H. C. Crnb would surely fail as Senator. In fine stendily. Dr. Edward Alcorn announces tho Orchnrd. nnd J. A. Allen, Stanford; the genial doctor ndmittcd that he mare mules for which he had refined ago I took the first dose of Mnyr's Mnj. B. Gen. Sir Frederick $550. He asked $000 but had not Wonderful Remedy and am now do marriage of his daughter. Miss Ada T W. Pennington, secretary, Stan-ford- . was nbout the only Senatorial timber Mnurice, the British militnrv critic, just now nnd that to fail to elect him ssivs that now that the Allies have sold them at n late hour. Kd Scott, of ing all my housework besides look Civens Alcorn to Mr. Alexander EdPersons who nre constructing would be n calamity from which Ken- the huns "going." they must keep the GoMieli section, also had n high-dis- s ing after my chickens and milking win Hubbell. The wedding took mare two cows every ilny. Mine has been plnre nt the home of the bride's buildings of nny kind in the county tucky could never divorce hcrsel'. up pressure until "Gen. Winter" inpnir of mnles for which he refused some n wonderfud recovery." It is a sim- brother nnd sister, Mr. Thomns Hill nre requested to notify one of the Dr. Bruncr wns culled upon by mnnv tervenes. The enemy, he savs. must Spnlding, of nbove nnmed men who will tnkc the of our business men nnd others nnd be given no time to get his wind, nnd ple, hnrnlcss preparation that re- Spnldmg nnd Mrs. fancy prices. Harry 1). Frye has wild 700 bush-r- l moves the catarrhal mucus from tho Lexington, Saturday afternoon. Sept I necessary steps to get permits for wns extended many courtesies hers. to insure this, men must be supplied in21t. The ceremony was performed ' the completion of the same. Please They wanted to mnke feel good in a regularly nnd bountifully. v of the seed wheat advertiwl In irlestinal tract nnd allays the bv the Rev. Alfred Alcorn Higgius, remember that this nation's business good town, but he must not get it The disclosure thnt Lcnine and," thi paper and say he wants his ad- flammation which cnuses practical is into his heail that nil who gave him Trotzky sold out to Germany 'were-- , your business and our buinc3 vertisement stopped. "Your piper all stomach, liver and intostinnl of Louisville, nnd the only nttendnut ailments including nppendleitis. One was little Miss Ann Cntherine Spald wnr. and nil other considerations n henrty handshake will support him branded ns forgeries by n FinnishA5 I have bad !Mild all 1 chii spre. from dose will convince or money refund- ing, the niece of the bride. Mrs. mut be subordinated to the purpose in November. If he does, he will do official in New York. He dcclnred the to tbu ntlvertioment well to run second in the race in documents were gotten un to injure Pharmacy; The Hubbell is n member of n , widely- - of, winning the wnr. ed. The Lincoln and I am comn'-emany sections which there will be only two starters. Trotzky. Inown Lincoln county family and is Mr. Sisson, who brought that the I J. is n jrood advert - nu I enryv Drug Store. loved nnd admired by n lnrge circle HIS SHIP TORPEDOED wedium," he aid to a ropron"t've In opening the campaign for the the documents to the United Stntes, UNCLL SAM'S TROPHY TRAIN of friend. Mr. Hubbell is n prom .Mr. J. 11. Hill is in receipt of .i iet-tat I.nncater court Monday, lie rerepublicans at Louisville last Fridny denied the statement, nnd Georgo I'ncle Sam's Trophy Train with its inent business man of Ray City. Mich. from his son, Bailey Jlill, in whiih night, Edwin P. Morrow said: ''This Creel declared the authenticity of the ceived $2 50 per bushrel. exhibit of equipment, guns, etc., will He was nccompnnied to Kentucky by ho tells of the torpedoinu of the 2 is the first time I have had the op- papers could not be questioned. CENT-A-WOR- D Mr. U. S. S. Orissos on June 27''i He Gen. Mnrch, tnlking on the wir ADS nrrne at the Stanford depot nt3rd, his brother nnd sister-in-Inportunity of addressing a republiThursday afternoon, Oct, Emery Hubbell and Mrs. Hubbell, of v.n on the ship nnd it sank 32 cnn Louisville. I wrt4 Mtrh l.n r.l ii'iWk situntion, snvs 1.750.000 Americntis know it is a repub r.twMti and will rvmnin here until .1:40 an Saginaw, Mich., nnd his sister, Mir- minutes, seven of those aboard bi.s'ng nn ! U hour and forty minutes. The train Jnnct Hubbell, of Milford, Mich. Ihei- - live. Young Hill wbj one of lican Louisville becnusc the ntmos-phcr- e arc now overseas. Reports to the FOR mire Timothv see Newland Nenlnnd 00 5v purity: OB1 germi is under the nuspiccs of the Fourth is different." We take it M'.at Wnr Department, he continued, tell Immedintely nfter the ceremony the mnny who took advantage of the 75-t- f encouraging results on all battle-frontnation. Price rifht Liberty Loan nnd some of the speak- which was witnessed by the close rel- life boats, ami while they wee aavod, the people of Kentucky will not at cf " ond it is estimated German FOR SALE A Superior wheit ers nceomp.mjlng it will givo interestonce jump to the conclusion that Mr. n for drill, in good condition. See me at ing talk concerning thogrent loan, atives of Mr. and Mrs. Hubbell, the;' thev floated around in entitled to any especial losses this sunfmer hnve been 200.000 Morrow is. left for n month's visit to vnriou 48 hours without out or drink. They 77-osre. J. W. nnughman. the discovery the progriSi.thnt it tUvfr and the fight 5lemocncy, eastern cities. After October 20th wi'V finnlly'TSTcked "up " by i hurt ceditfor hiaking conditions of that in prisoners nlone. the CASH REGISTER -- Wante7lTr7r the atmospheric made in they will bo nt home in Bay City. bourn' for Sydney, Australia, aiid Tnlls City hnd changed. There is SWINEBROAD'S BIG SALES Adregister smnll one preferred. etc. A number of Uncle Sam's sol later on came to New York, from always an effervescent "style" of atCol. G. B. Swinebrond, the Lnndress King's Cash Store, Crnb Or diers go with the train nnd they tell GEO. OWENS LOSES MOTHER which place the letter was .vriton 7" tf nf th chard, Ky. exhibits carried, many or Mr. Kntherine Owens, better Hill has asked for a transfer from mosphere in nn nudiencc composed cnster "sale wizard." made several other sales last week than the excelsecond-han"niggers." n which were captured from the huns known ns "Aunt Katie," of the Soyers SAKKWnntol navy to the army, desiring to see of lent one he made for Mr. James II. pnfe Medium site and must be in It is all free and you nre cordinlly neighborhood, in Rockcastle, died the Col. W. P. Wnlton, of Lexingon, Baughman. He sold for A. P. Sloan jiiod shano. Lincoln Pharmacy, Stan-for- invited to see the exhibits nnd hear Sunday morning nt nn enrly hour of and take part in some real fighting. .1 f W Accv He winds up nn interesting letter as bns been chosen chairman of the pub- his farm in the Brvantsvillc section tl'e speeches. Remember the date the infirmities incident to old age, follows: "I have two Liberty Bonds, licity bureau WANTED To buy a second-hanfor the democratic cam- to W. E. Moss, of Lancaster, nt Thursday week, Oct. 3nl. she being about 80 yenrs old. She paid for, and am going to buy another any pre. Give condition and price paign committee nnd is in chnrgo nt $120.50. Tho place contains 222 had lived mot of her life in when the next series nre offered." Atldres Jno. A. Woods. Itox 320. democratic headquarters nt the Seel-bac- h ncres. For Mr. Moore he sold his ChnmhrrUin's CourI. Remrdjr nnd most, if not nil of her mnr-rieSomerset, Ky. in Louisville. That Col. Wnlton farm nenr tho Sloan place to William This U not only one of tho best nnd life on the farm, nnd probably MARRIAGES will fill the bill admirably, none who Glass for $105 per acre. He sold for MON'EVTO LOAN on" improved niot efficient medicines for cough. She hou-- e in which she died. newspaper man R. L. Butron his Jason Roy und Miss Eflie Dye nnd know the farms In Lincoln and Bovle counties. cold. croup and whooping cough, but in tho c farm six lenves to mourn for her six children: Bnl Dye nnd Miss Bonnie S. Benz-l- nnd splendid democrat will for an Host terms. lowest rate of intertake, which is is rlo plmsant to miles northenst of Lancaster, nt t Bex 105. Somerset. Ky. Snlem, Ind.; James im nil of Puluski. were married at when a medicine must be R. N. Owens, of doubt. His strong articles art $193.50. Theso sales nre nil con NOtTC- K- , p'eniiltv addod to given to young children. Chamber- Owens, of Brodhend; William Owens, the court-hous- e in Somerset the other already appearing in the various sidered extra good ones nnd the genR. school tax Oct. 1. Settle with L. living near the home place: day by a single ceremony by Judge democratic newspapers of the State lain' CoukIi Romedv 1ms been in ue Hughes or me nt First National for wmiv years and has met with Jr., tlemen who engaged the colonel to George Owens, mannger of the op Tartar. (' H Foster. TreaUNrr. f llink as those who know the earmarks of dispose of their farms nro more thnn much favor wherever its good duali"Some-tfc'nt- r era house at this place; Mrs. William NON-SKIMnnv PAVEMENT Elias P. Jordan, aged 85, and Miss tho forceful writer can easily dis- pleased with the mnnner in which he ties have become known. No slipping. See snm-- i mother have given it their unqusli-rte- d Cable and Mrs. Ben Pnrcell, of Rock- Fiances Harden, 7.1. were married cern. new. conducted the sales and the good County National in the Lincoln ndorment. Win Srruhy, castle, besides n host of grandchil They had tried for pricesho realized. K. T. Ray, general contract-r- . Mo., writo, 'I bne raised dren. Her husbnnd, William Owens at Columbus, Ind. Hank MISSIONARY MEETING 75-a year to have the knot tied, but the nlwavs used Stanford. Ky. 1 p hreo children. In-- e grave n number oljections of n granddaughter of the This being the week set npart bv MISS BESSIE MOORE PRINCIPAL nnd nreceded her to the n 'Mmmborlain's Coiurh Remedy 1917 FOR SAM-- : yearn ago and her remnlns were aged groom had held off the best for coughs, be the Woman's Missionary Union of motorcycle ami sidcar, fully found it U'croup.the It is nlensant to of The calling to tho colors of Prof. colda and hi in the family burying Southern Baptist Convention ns a R. Ej Little, of Hnrlnn county, who equopped. In good condition. It. K. take. Both adults nnd children like laid besideMonday nftcrnoon. ground special time for prayer for Stnto mis- hnd engaged to take charge of the Wagner, Buffalo Cemetery. Phone it. Mv wife and I hive alwnvs felt "Aunt Katie" from early childsions the Missionary Society of Stan- Wavnesburg Graded nnd Hi"h School, ONE DELIVERY ONLY croup with it in the house." l1 afe U4 2" conhood and many be the pleasant visits Cliamlie 'ain'a Cough Romedy Beginning Monday, Sept. 23rd, by ford Baptist church will meet Thurs- nnd who had begun his duties in the DRAFT MARKS TveTulck"d raft tains made to her house nnd in Inter order of the Commercial Economy day afternoon nt 3 o'clock with Mrs South End capital, gave Mis Bessio ni opium or other narcotic. rrfcres came to my farm Monitay venrs made it n point to pay her a Board, Council of National Defense, John Menofee nnd Fridny nftcrnoon Moore, of this citv, an excellent poby REMEMBER KD PEYTON'S SALE iiiriiing. Owner can et tiiin visit each time we went back to our tho merchants of Stanford make lut with Mrs. Mnttie Ncvius. Every memsition, she having been chosen to pfi' ing for thia notice and their kep. Road the b'.'t advert iment of V.. home. She united with the Christinn dny, nil orders for ber is urged to be present nt both 77-Prof. Little, nnd she began hor .1 M. (iover, Stanford. I). Peyton's anle of an excellent hiirch some 35 yenrs ngo. She was one delivery per Thursday after-roo- n work Monday morning. Mis Monro the day to be in not later than 0430 of these meeting. home and a lot of stock, cnttle. kind to every one nlwavs ready tf FOR SALK Double roller the special offering for State hns hnd considerable experience in o'clock in the morning. This will be Short-lir- ii hlifli grade Polled farminc Ampler. -- nU, etc., which will help in times of trouble. She was very heeded to tho letter, so tho house- Missions will be received. Some bulls. weanlinic the school room nnd the Wnvnesburg vmper in thin b fout'd elewher ford of her children nnd delighted in wives nnd others will please send in old Percheron geldinga' and people nre to bo congratulated on seMore-iHiiThe sale lirts promptl" at 0:30 to- visiting them. The best we know t . CONTEMPLATE HORRIBLE TO lssres. A. W. Carpenter, curing her services nt this Into dny 75-t- f VlnMlny mornimc. nnd say of "Aunt Kntie" is she was n dear their orders the first thing in tin morrow, Kv. of morning. It Mrs. Brvnnt Tnvlor. wife fnrmer,a Prof. Little hnd grentlv impressed A the splendid farm of 90 neren will be FOR SALK prosperous Mercer county lady. J. J. P. the pntrons nnd pupils of the Wnynes-bur- g Sound, first offend letter 'attend and get Percheron gelding. EXECUTRIX NOTICE f wns attacked in her home yesterday school in the short while he was Imrgain that will SMALL FARM FOR SALE works anywhere. A good general your uluirv of th All persons having claims against afternoon, while her husband wns nnd they gave him I desire to sell my small form of he estate of Ed P. Cnrpenter, de- cutting tobacco not far away, as- superintendent pnrpose farm horse. M. II. Carson, be dispoMd of. regret. 70-l- p '28 acres, just outside the city limits, ceased, will present them properly saulted, beaten into insensibility nnd up with sincoro 158, Hustonvillo. Telephone COLD SEPTEMBER but inside the graded school district. proven to me nt once. Those owing shorn of her hnir. A stranger, who FO R SA L:P1H VATKLYjVo AND TALK DEMONSTRATION The weather for the past several On Crnb Orchard pike. Has n farms ono of 170 ucres, well Imthe estate nro asked to cnll on me ostensibly wns selling imitation jewMrs. W. L. Beardsley, of Harrods-buri the eoliUrSt for Sepproved, mile from town and on pike; days hiwi Lou elry, was tho assailant. house, ball, two porches, without delny nnd settle. Mrs. who mnde n very Interesting tho other of 50 acres close to town. tember in y . lots of frost and ND city water in yard; wire feni" Carpenter, Executrix of Ed P. CarLIBERTY-BOAH good Innd. W. C. Floyd, Ilutton-tiMp- . some ice wan soon Sunday morning. hero several SALE tall: at tho court-hous- o o around form. Farm divided into penter, deceased, Morelnnd, Ky. Kv. The Woman's Club will meet Sept. weeks ngo, will give a demonstration The frost greatly d- muffed green to- rino lots, including good garden i"d 77-- lt MULLS -- I have for sale a pair of lowlands, but did orchnrd. Land lavs reasonably well 28th at 3 P. JL, when plans for the nnd talk, Wednesdny nt 2:30. Those maro anil bacco and corn on mules not hurt it in other places. Pace The Liberty Bond snlo will be discussed. who heard her before will tnko The Great boiit 15 acres for wheat. Price llargaiu if borne; good big onos. of the opportunity of hearright. See me. J. II. Mellnrgue, first time in the history of racing The subject will be presented by Mr. Uiken nt once. 0. J. Austin, Mt. CALORIC FURNACE 77-t- f when four lyirses, each with n record J. S. Hocker. All members aro urged ing her ngnin, while mnny others Stanford, Ky. ' Salem. DEMONSTRATION better than 2 minutes, have been en- to be present at this meeting, nnd are suro to gather nnd hear her. Angus cows, FOR SALK Two An expert representing the Ca- MR. BOGAErFaTiIUSTONVILLE tered in. the same rnc! Miss Harris to come prepared to pay tho dues with cow calves nt foot. They nro loric furnnce the furnace without n Mr. Victor Boguort. of Lcxinstnn, M. 1:58 V,, William 1:68, Single for tho year. BARNES SALE WEDNESDAY pure bred but not subject to regisdemonstrations it nntivo Belgian, will lecture on G. 1:59 U, Napoleon Direct 1:59U give Col. G. B. Swinebrond will sell for ter. This Is high-las- s 11. Btuir nnd is pipe will FOR A WEAK STOMACH Cnrson. tele- of that wonderfud Invention nt W. Mnin street nt Hustonville Wednes-dn- Lexington, Wednesday; Oct. 2. J. R. Barnes on tomorrow, Wednespriced to soil. M. The great relief nrrorded bv Cham- day, his splendid phone 158, Hustonvillo Kxchange. II. Higgins' store tomorrow, Wedo afternoon nt 2:30 on thj "Pyr-ami- d fnrm 2 75-berlain's Tablets In n multitude of nesday. Be sure to cnll and see it. of Pennies." Ho will hnvo the ALCORN ON cases has fully proven tho great value miles from Danville on the HustonLost n black bag MONEY LOST vynimld with him, which will bo ADVISORY COMMITTEE of this preparation for n weak stom ville pike. Tho sale will take place containing n pocket book with money many The Red Cross Benefit nt Ken- pu'led by tho smallest pony in the Thomas S. Rhea, democratic cam- ach nnd impaired digestion. Inperma promptly nt 10 A. M,, nnd if you in it nnd n letter addressed to Mrs. tucky's Orcut Trots, Lexington, "Mon- world. His lecture is well worth paign chairman, has announced ihe cases this relief has become looking for a good, small fnrm nent and the suirerers hnvo been com nro Leave at I. J. ofllco day, SepL 30; four great races, in- 1 curing nnd it Is, hoped that n lnrgo 11. A. Cover. you hnd better be present. appointment of Messrs. K. S. Alcorn, pletely restored to health. nnd get rewurd. Mrs. cluding The Futurity ($5,000) for or return to mo crowd will bo present. 4 of this city, nnd Rodman Keenon, of 70-t- f nnd tho Walnut Hull 11. 0. Cover, Lnncnster. Hcrrodsburg, members of the nilvisory OCTOBER 9th CLAIMED BROUGHT BACK FOR TRIAL my Cup ($3,000), always n wonderful DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN "iTOMrrFOlTSALK- -I will sell Judge T. A. Uice claims Oct. 9th Frank Uunn, of .Rowland, charged committee for this district. Good seIn children ono yonr lections, both of them. house nnd lot located on Cemetery race. For for n snlo of 150 head of live stock, with deserting his family, was Ky Saturday, Direct, Crnb Orchard, ohi r elder you will find nothing betin Indianapolis nnd brought Watch theso columns for advertise ociock. tins pmcu Sept. 28th nt SHERIFF AT HUSTONVILLE GOOD FOR BILIOUSNESS ter thin Chamberlain's Colic nnd Dback to Stanford nnd placed in jail front nnd 450 feet is nbout 140 feet "Two yenrs ngo I suffered from ment. C. Bnughmun will bo nt iarrhoea Remedy, followed by a ilobe Sheriff II. Saturday night by Deputy Sheriff R. Ions'. It will bo offered in 0 lots i rond Hustonvillo Saturday next, Sept. of ci'ilor oil. It' should bo kept nt frequent nttacks of stomach troublo-' about 01x150 feet. A Seeing ChamberC. E. Heck sold to a Mr. Thompson 1'. Lewis. Iluim wns nt first located nnd biliousness. 28th. to collect taxes. Ho desires thnt hsnd nnd given ns soon ns tho first lnln's Tnblcts advertised I concluded through center. Then it will bo aver- - nt Bedford. Ind., but was Intor nr na a whole. Terms mndo known tho taxpayers of that section bo on unmitrrul looseness of tho uowul&'to try them. I Improved rapidly.' . bunch of yearling cattle that . so rested in the capital city. Annio Uu.tcb.er Pounds t Se on day of sale. Ohio. Miss Emma Verbrykc, Limn. hand prepared to settle. nppouru. efiSA .4 W-- U Creoa. Eld. J, 0. Livingston will prench nt Mt. Zlon next Sundny morning nt Pros-byterinnl ts Cro-u'-id- , tub-jeccar-loathree-year-old three-yenr-old d ei -r s, mid-oceabe-fli'- ic d d 71-tRock-castle, 77-2- p il well-know- n 190-acre, 72-S71-t- P r:i I rrI '' Cliil-tiroth- -. Hnrloy-Divid-ho- wed-lUn- m ruc-cee- d, lt t'ulti-V-Tke- r, two-ye-- ir thrue-yenrol- d lu-l- five-roo- 1 cU-ter- g, 7.".-8- - fcur-yoar-o- Free-for-A- ll 7G-1- y 144-ncr- s, cd 12-fo- of-fcr- tj 3c, w J, , V i "'i'" . rwipjnSp "i . i The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, Sept. 24, 1918 THE JNTERIOR JOURNAL . C Walton and J. H. Wril Inttrtt at Ikt tt ' r ' LI fc REUNITED Thnt was a grand and glorious occasion for a reunited Democracy when Senator Beckham and Gov. Stanley spoke from the same plat your Wheat If you want money to increase form in the capital of the fine old county of Graves to nn audience Crop, which fnr the sound of their voices. It was a real love feast and when the senior If you want money to harvest your Corn Senator said that old animosities had been healed and plead fi" Crop, the election of Gov. Stanley to the Clothing is now Our United Stntcs Senate, the nppbuise o- - Mm km money to buy cattle and hogs If you could almost be heard over the Tenready for your inspection. These nessee line. The senator's speech was to produce meat for our boys in France, worthy of him and the splendid occasion. He told of the great work beare by far the best selection of ing done at Washington nnd of the Liberty money to buy If you necessity of sending a successor to clothing ever brought to Stanford. the lamented James who will stand Loan Bonds, by the President and give him the aid We have these in all the new modso important in his effort to make the world fit to live in. Come and see us The rcnator els, weaves and colors. Tailored rriscd himself in the cstima'ion of c cry loyal democrat and broucht friend and foe in happy reunion. He by the best of tailors, cut to fit any read a letter from President Wilson expressing the importance of electshape form. All pure wool fabrics ing a man in Senator James' place, who would carry on the splendid work and fast in color. h was doing, nnd upon whom he cculd always rely for sympathy and To see these is to buy, and support. This letter will have a tilling effect nnd will remove all fears now to buy means a saving of dolthat the doubting Thomases mav have felt ns to the triumphant election of the man, so fitted by capacity and exThe Bank on the "corner next to Court-house- " lars to you. perience, to give the President the n.ost effective support in the greatest task that ever befell a man When Gov. Stanley arose to spepk, do this, but will be compelled to if NOW PLEASE SETTLE the deafening applause and cheers There are on the books left by my they are not paid within the next ten that greeted him showed that the husband, George B. Cooper, a lot of days or two weeks. Mrs. G. U. Cooptenntor's appeal had fallen on willI would very er, executrix George B. Cooper, small accounts, which ing ears and that the governor is greatly appreciate if those who owe the pride of the unconquerable do would pay. It is impossible for them The Ed Perkins, of Garrard, sold to mocracy of the "Pennyrile." me to see those indebted and as I greeting spurred him to his best efhave no one to collect them for me. McGregor, of Fayette, a mare mule and his burning words sent deI will be compelled to place them in a colt for $100. John Oaks sold him fort Come now and select yours. they one for $90 and he bought eight or termination and conviction to the lawyer's hands for collection if minds of his magnificent audience are not paid right away. I dislike to ten others at $70 to $85. He very ably answered the arguments of his republican opponent and his "me toos" ns to his veto of the bill to prohibit the teaching of German in our tax supported schools He said he did it because it was right and because he had Vonf erred with I STANFORD, KY. HOUSE OF QUALITY" the authorities at Washington, who agreed that now more than ever w he spoke here Saturdn in the in birii accused of being oerly brilshould know the German language to trndance is also, but to our way of follow up the economic evolution nnd thinking, Saturday was about an tine terest of his candidacy for U S. Sen- liant, and more applaune followed. development of the German nation a day as ever came in glorious au- ator, Dr. K I.. Davison, nominee for In fact, the committee on applnukc did iU work well, and should be nnd watch the manifestations of her tumn. However, the reporter mny Le Congress, stated that he himself s, activities. We are fighting the in not a man of great ability, and the not their language, which is a better judge of crowds than a u die nee cheered its approval of his Sam J Kmbry bought several mile being taught in the schools of France. assertion. He stated further, bow colts at Lancaster Monday nt ffll) to Italy nnd England. In introducing Dr. Ben L. Bruner. evei.that bin opponent had never $70. He answered the charges of Dr. Bruner so ns to make n monkey of that clever but misguided gnntlemnn When you have bought the John Deere line you nnd said that the record would show have bought the best. Come in and let us show you. that he had pardoned more of the $75 doctor's political friends than he hd Slat Bottom Stag Sulky Plows John Deere of democrats and defied the intimation Two-wa- y Plows ....$120 Slat Bottom John Deere that he had used the pardoning power $150 Deere 10-- 7 Van Brunt Drill (complete) for political purposes. He urged his John hearers to forget everything but the 10-1$65 Disc Harrow with Fore Truck John Deere OF duty they now owe to the great man $90 Cultipackers Dunham Washington by backing him up nt with supporters that can always be $70 Dunham's depended upon. The governor was in fine fettle nnd never spoke more eloBoth quently or convincingly. speeches nre published in the Louisville democratic papers in full and Beginning Ten O'clock A. M., I will must be read to be thoroughly appreciated. mmmmmmmmm, tlTTT- - There is nothing now so certain in the future as that Gov. Stanley will be elected nnd if every democrat will do his duty, by such a majority as will show how solidly Kentuckians ap my farm near Hubble and known as the J. 1. Wilmot place, sell the prove of the war principles of the following personal property: President. MONEY? want want Fourth prtrf M Kfntr4, a DEMOCRACY GLORIOUSLY Clothing of Distinction "Fall" m iRjTflk om rm at Lincoln County National Bank We Are Headquarters For The Boys' School Suits The Price Is Soon Forgotten Quality Is A Sticker McROBERTS, BAILEY & RUPLEY "THE Gcr-mnn- 14-in- ch PUBLIC SALE Live Stock. Implements. Etc. Promptly at G ot ot John B. Rule, Hustonville HORSE AND MULE SALE Wednesday, Oct. 2nd At four-year-old On Thursday, October 3rd, 1918, The Farmers Stock Club of Wayncsburg will offer for sale in the town of Waynesburg, 50 PAIRS OF WORK MULES 100 WEANLINGS AND YEARLINGS NUMBER OF BROOD MARES AND WORK HORSES Everybody invited to be present with their stock. It is free to All. T. J. ELLIS, President, H. P. DAY, Secretary. 1 ft R ! "Although wenther conditions wcra extiemely disagreeable here, fully COO persons came to hear the republican candidate for U. S. Senator." bays the special correspondent sent to Stanford by the Ixiuisvillc Herald to report Dr. Ben L. Bruner'a speech. If what he said about the weather is tue, we presume his claim on the at- - 9 Long Time Public Sale of Household Loans and Kitchen Furniture Having sold my home and desiring to give possession by Oct. 1st, 1 will on THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1918, at 2:30 P. M. on the premises on Logan avenue, Bell to the highest bidder my Household and Kitchen Furniture, all of which is practically new, consisting of bedsteads, mattresses, sideboard, refriegrator, cook stove, two ".heaters, kitchen cabinet, daven port, chairs, table?, dressers, washstands, druggets, rugs, etc and many other things too numerous to mention. Come early and look it over. ments with the privilege of paying oir all or any part of loan at any time. We will help you nay for all the furm lund you wish to buy. If you nre in debt or need money to retire your lien notes wu would be glad to explain. To farmers in Central und Southern Kentucky at u low rate of interest. Kusy nnd nttractivp pay- 9 O o BURT L. SIMS DISTRICT MANAGER Farm Loan Department Union Central Life Insurance Co. 802 Security Trust BIJj., Lex. ington, Kentucky. HORSES, MULES, CATTLE, HOGS One pair of aged mules, one horse mule, two yearling mules, two red cows and calves, five Angus yearling heifers, d twenty good ewes, five yearling cattle, one mare d mules, two mule, three mare mules with foal to jack, one Jersey cow and a good one, four good sows and 23 pigs, 200 bales of good straw. FARMING IMPLEMENTS One Deering binder, one wheat drill, manure spreader, one mowing machine, one hay rake, one disc harrow, one farm wagon, one buggy, one section harrow, one steel roller, two Brown-Manle- y cultiplows, one vators, three turning plows, two double-shove- l cultivator. Most of these implements are practically new. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 'Consisting of bedsteacjs, chairs, rocking chairs, dining table, center table, davenport, walnut antique bed room suite, one clock ancL other pieces of old furniture, good range with full set of cooking vessels, table ware of all kinds, a number of carpets and rugs. One 1917 model Ford Touring Car, in good condition. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. seven-year-oltwo-year-old seven-year-ol- five-toot- h old-fashion- ed J. H. WEAVER, Hubble, Ky. CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. W. P. KINCAID, Stanford, Ky. COL. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. sV." The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, Sept. 24, 1918 BE PATRIOTIC AND DO YOUR PART i THC NEXT LIBERTY LOAN IS SCHEDULED TO HEGIN SEPT. 28 id AND END OCT. 19lh. 1918. ALL PERSONS SHOULD UEGIN AT ONCE TO SAVE MONEY TO ME INVESTED IN THESE nONDS. IJANK THE EIRST NATIONAL WILL HE PLEASED TO HAVE YOU DEPOSIT IN ITS SAVINGS OR IN YOUR CHECK. INC. ACCOUNT, MONEY TOR R THAT PURPOSE, AND TOR OTH-EPURPOSES. THE BANK IS PREPARED AT ALL TIMES TO REGISTER UNITED STATES UONDS, AND TO THE LOWER RATE CON-VER- T HEARING BONDS TO HIGHER RATE BONDS. K , Rev. G F. Watson, of Ilooneiille, PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Campaign for cloth-in- ; wns here Saturday. Mrs, W II. Wearen is spenibn for relief work in Ilclgium. Sept. 20 Community singing it scleral days in Louisville. the CliriUlan church nt 7:30, in prep. Mrs. Hurdette McKonile an sons ration for the Fourth Liberty Lenin went to ML Vernon this morning !rivr. Miss F.va Rankin went to Rich Sept. 28th Meeting of the Worn. mond this morning to visit friend.!. M , in the club .1 P an' Club, nt Mrs. George T. Wood is spending room. the dny with her mother nt LancasMiss Hnnn.ih Aldndge spent ecrnl ter. Mrs Charlie Thompson has re nt rinyn with Mrs. Knymoml Iliiscldt-turned from n visit to Lancaster rel Ijitirnter. Mrs. Mitchell, of Lnfollette. Term., ntiies. Mr. and Mrs. Chnrles Wheeler, of nut the guest of her aunt. Mm. W. Hustonville, were in the city th's Mobley. A. morning. Mr. nml Mrs K. C Moore, of Lib-- .' Mrs. Silas Anderson and Jin Ed rty. spent Sunday with Mix. Kil Wilkinson went to Crab Orchard this Y'ttUntnn ,ilr. nml Mm. Chnrbti Metcnlf, of Spalding Hill left jesterday 'the Morelnnil wotion, were in the for Louisville to resume the study of rSty Saturday nfternoon. medicine. Pretty little Minn Kilith ItHrneHe Mitts Sara Wood is stenographer in wna a culler Hi thl ( lluntonville. the ofllce of the local war board anil .fice Snturdity nftenioon. is making an excellent one Mrs Hurry Jncoln ami children Messrs. R L. Hubble, W V Km to rein-tiviait returned Sunday from caid and J C Kuhankn were in Lex Kentucky. i;i ItiKton on "business" Saturday Mrs. Kliubetii Hilton, of IMewMtnt Mr Kittle Hopper went to Louis T. ln is vtaitinir Mm John View, '.U' Saturday to spend u month or ltlnnkimhip, lw been quit o with her son, Rev. W. II lloppir Mm. Ilolwirt King, of Pmt Ink Mrs. J. S. Rice Imd the misfortune Wtil hor parent. Mr. mid Mr to step on a nml, which jienetrated Iiiwfonl. hre hint of th week dangerous HuteliT Mm. America II if her foot to an almost depth. StnlthV Grove, armed Saturday to Nunnelley left this nmri.ni Tjt her win, Mr V A Hatcher forRons the Staunton, Vn.. to Hill, Mr. David Amett, of P.oe Strunton Military Institute fo- the Vn nml Mnw Perciful, of Hnrhin, cc ming year. have been guesta f Mr and Mr. J. Mesdames Lizrie Kelton and Mar K. Minicle. gnret Harold, who have been guests Mr. V. A. Hntcher linn been of Mr and Mrs. J. T. lllankinship, of the death of his mint, Mrs. left today for Morning View. Snllie Hatcher, wife of W P. HatchCarl Ashlock has taken a position er, of Horse Cave. e to succeed Kdwin in the N. Jones and daughter, Welburn, who resigned to attend Iln. Hurry spent Sunday school Miss Louie Moore, at Vnijdcrbilt University at T'lh her parents, Mr. nml Mm. S. II Nashville, Tenn. Martin, nt Ml. Vernon. News comes from Miss Annette Rockwell Smith and prelty Wearen and Annn VanArsdale Craig Mr little daughters. Misses Judith md who arc in Brcnau College at Gai!i"s-villtTinrlotte Smith, spent Saturday .ml Ga., that they like splendidly Sunday with Lancaster friends. nml are doing nicely. Ilolticlaw and Mesdames M. A ind Hobnrt Arnold, son of Mr Hoy Schooler, of Uincnster, Mrs. L. Mrs. R. C. Arnold, of this city, is C. Kim:, of Hubble, and Mr. W. J very ill with pneumonia at Grent Ilnltzrlaw. of l.oiiiaville, wore guests Likes, HI, where he has been in of Mrs. I V. Cumins, at Preachers-Tille- . ti.iimng for some time. Mies Nancy Kathenne MeKinney Mr. J. V. Davis, of Superintendleft Monday morning for Nnshulle ent of Instruction Gilbert's office at ti. enter Mrs. College IVmikfort, was here Saturday inspect- MeKinney accompanied her as far as ion Supt. Garland Singleton's books, I.oiiisiille, where she is spending a wfcich we are curtain he found in ship few days. Kept. l!:i.30 and-famili, The wife of Judge W, n. rifmlnjf, of Louisville, ir, dead. Mr. anil Mrs. W. 1 Klncnld spent pMjrOiU-lt- " Sunday and Monday nt Mesdames Alnttlo Ncvius nnd Liz. Only KmI Way to Rid of Cent. zio Dlllinn visited Lancaster relarnrn th Which do 70a prtfer polli or a corn that prl'T Butchery tives Monday. or blstardnestT Onlr '(Jrn-Il"cThe Current Events Club will meet rid of jour corn ths pre ort way, tho bletd war. You dont need a paU. Thursday, Sept, 20th, nt 2:30 with Mrs. W. A. Tribble. l,cwis Mcrshon, who has typhoid fever, Is believed to be on the mend, but Is yet far from well. OF NICE, CLEAN MERCHANDISE, Mr. KiimcII Ilrown, V. M. C. A. aLaaaaaW aaaaaaaaaaV worker nt Camp Taylor, nnd Mrs. AT REASONABLE PRICES Drown, arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs. WITH THE TIMES, K. J. Drown. 'I ho I). A It.'s will meet with Miu I. LADIES' SUITS, DRESSES, SKIRTS ikniuc Wnrren nt her home on Danville nvenuo nt 7.30 this, Tuesdny WAISTS, SWEATERS, UNDER. evening, 21th, for lied Cross work WEAR, ' HOSIERY, BLANKETS, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Walker nnd beautiful little daughter, Irene, of ETC. Covington, have returned home after FRENCH AND OUTING n pleasant visit with Mr. and .Mrs. "Cotm I TroaU M, I U. Cu-lf- " T. V. Dadgctt. CLOTH 25c Why hump youmrlf up on thn floor Mr. and Mrs. T. .1. Hill nrc re ami with your Jiwi tfi nnd njes popping from pnln, J rk nml aouio YARD WIDE BLEACH joicing over the arrival of n baby 25c and cut your corntT Why Irrltatn your tofa sslth somo snlvn or wrap your too girl in their home on Friday, Sept. Into n Mir painful liunills with nomo GOOD APRON GINGHAM 25c llcky tnpo or plmtcrT Life Is too short, 20th. The young lady has been chrislltn "(leti-l- f takes a few aeronda tened, Itosemnry. to npply and thrro'a no finmlnf. Corn, pnlm to. Wrnr new Itiwl It you want. Miss Willie Moore, who is teach 1'trlon the corn with your flnsera-t- bo ing nt Whitesburg, Letcher county, whnlo thine, root and all. clrar nnd clean, and It's gone I Only 'UeU-l- t spent several days with her father can do thn. Tako no chaneei. "Ufls-lt,- " the guaranteed, money nnd brother here. She is delighted back the only sura way, coit shut nvirinont any druir store. with her work there. i d hy K. Lawrenco A Co., Chicago, Ilk "A linen shower for France" is Sold in Stanford and recommendcampaign to go along with ed as the world'a best corn remedy nnother Articles wanted aro the Delgian. by The Penny Drue Store. bath towels, hand towels, sheets napMr W M. llright, cashier of the kins and handkerchiefs. Housewives I incoln County National Hank, is atare urged to make up those nrticlea . !. tending the National Hankers' from old linen skirts nnd dresses. KPrHays,hcrctofere a county William ConliL-- r bought of'Major meeting nt Chicago He is ac- Dring any of these things with the Reynolds D5 ncrcs adjoining his farm school teacher, is now "running excompanied by Mrs, llright. cither bundles. press" between Cincinnati and Knox-vill- e just hcyond Rowlnnd for 3,000. Mi.ss Mnry Bright left Saturday on the L. & N. Mr. A. C. Hill came up from Louisfor Normal, III., to visit her relaParties who have not paid their ac-Ljville, where he is connected with the tive, Mr. R. G Bright, and family. Stanford is justly proud, that she corporation department of the State counts made prior to July 1, 1918, has been called upon to furnish the revenue agent's office, to attend his will please come forward and pay at once, as vice president for Kentucky of tha sale of furniture. He returned MonNational War Mothers' Club, Mrs. W. day morning and Mrs. Hill left yesI am compelled to raise money and must take K. Warner having been elected to terday afternoon to make a brief that office. No better selection could visit to her sister, Mrs. Claude steps to collect. in Danville, before joining have been made as Mrs. Warner will not only reflect credit on her town, him in the Falls City. It is with but the State she is so capable of riiich regret that our people give up this jrond couple. J. YV. ACEY, Proprietor HNray fr lama 0t n 1 FULL HOUSE T JS Nr -It r. U-- Sever ance & Son A.sso-natio- n ..! ATI" Lj The Lincoln Pharmacy Tte'lfyj?'' Store amwmwin? The Byrne Optical Service s .u- - Siulhtrn We Have A Big Line Of Ladies' Coat Suits, Cloaks and Skirts That we can sell vou .at from $5 to $29.50. Eyes Tested. 12 d Glasses Fitted. IS Years' Experience. Years in Lincoln and Adjoining Counties. AT post-offic- Special Prices This Week As we will move to the Myers House Store-rooformerly occupied by Severance & Son m, The Weatherf ord Hotel, Hustonville, Oct. 1st to 5th. e, J. J. BYRNE Optometrist I Employ No Agents Optician The Bargain Store SAI.EM & SALEM Ward-Ilelmo- Catarrh Cannot Bo Cured Claude Mcllee, of ML Ver-7nlth and llrynn Perkins, of the avia- c.iiinuil.DCAI. U'l'l kat TIONS. ut. iliry ilist in of tl roatli Hie In a Iwiil uiaeaM. greatly In tion department and located for train-iu- r. ('mrrh by cowtlliutloiial lomlltlons and Hikihi'I nt Washington City, spent levoinl In urdir to euro II nu inutl luk in Unit noi'.l) ..dry with their mother. Mrs. I). P.. inti rnal tHkrn inlfrnully I'uiarrh M' . n.l aits lira in t " us suri.ue o( II ii- ti iuxl mi Hie niu Soi'thard. Hills I llirili Ii Mctlii me l . Mr. and Mrs J T O'Meary and I.B I li ,i0 l)( III.' r it Is II ' ui, George William O'Meary. of in II lb louulri fur i It nil if iin. if t'ie I., t torn knenri il.ln. drove down in their big auto Willi k, in. uf il it ii)ut Hie oerlrct c ll' r itlOII rf afternoon .mil spent scl- ririlllTH i Saturday Ih liiKrull ills in i l.n.irli M ml su eral hours with friends. They tin I re- r n !. inuini (ir .1 j. a l.iii I. nontlrrfil sulli in call' rili iu f nj for from Millerchurg, i u I mils frin r cently returned I" J fill NEV Props. Toledo. O. rx. nkoro they went to put their older Ml liriii'm's " I i f r rnnlrrttton. ' jo in Millersbure; Military Institute Mrs). khnpe. Kentucky's Great Trots )lii - 1 !! . 1 ' i ' I i i A- 46th Fall Meeting Sept. MOVmi, Tin- 30-Oc- t. 12, 1918 OCTOIlKR 6, . car-uli- 1 i MPT , ! iWelch's m WuJimt Hull Cup, "do 1roll.ni; , lulurllv (;.( ur c!l) 2:0? (lu... I'mliiK - "IT" 31 7,000 6.UHO I.Ihmi .1111 Tlin Krnlmkv Ilrcttli r shiUi'tt (t STllll)V, Sill llukt, MI7 I'uilhL- . . 1 1,000 '.',0H 1,1)00 in... II,im, Krnturk) lulurlly I.H f.US I ( ti i.y. onoiiit I ...f lii, rrullliiff U. IrullliiK Hats I'ailiiK (S ). i.hmi I.UiXI . . . l.vuu 1,10(1 1,01111 tlVU Clil.., riiurnli Hull I, 1'riiMiir-utills ( lutt, Irultlnx till I lu., Trunin I'atlUK im;dm.mihv. ocTonnit 2 l'jilnif,,$ l, I.ii" 1,00(1 Tli t:0U IPTptt iM llll 'P'rij tji'i titu (U... tllS CUM, TiitHbiiAV. urrnnrn Trun. Iinnlu. J. OH TraltlnE I'Iuj... Trolling. TrallliiK . 3. ...$ IIHlPllSl p'ii;!;ii!;jtijii)Kiiiiiij.uiL!!lllllilI mil II III IT'IIIIII III'TTTITTTTTTTTTITTmilllTTTTTTFTITIII TTTT1 I The Mar TI10 The Penny Drug Store mapcrw1 The Kiddies Favorite Fountain tllS flit llui, (1a, Iiilnglun riunw. orTiiiii:n 4 liruta, S03 I'vrliiK.,,, TrtilllUK , 3.000 Tuu-tiar-u1 .000 I.oou 1,W0 JllO SlIO S.OOO Clu... I'utliiK TI'KMIW. OCTOlir.R 8 riinilirrlaiKl. 2:01 I'urlnir .... Tim .... titiintr Miike. ., . 3 01 (In... TrollluK ., l'uclui S.ll ivfiim:rd y, ocTxiii 1S Trulllnf The .t.liland. I'mlim ulurlt) J:0H (U... Tmlllnc Trntlrr 3S03 Sill l, 'Imltliiic Ilin llmirtl of CiHillurnft . ir.illirir I'jillik' MOMIIV. OCTODKlt 7 .. 5 ... . f r.nii l.blU J.lDi !, 1 ... 1,"0 . ,T I, BOO 1.0JO Intlllns ANNOUNCEMENT ! . . S :,i)u 4.00J 1.50U lu, . . 1,000 You are cordially invited to attend ottrMILLINERY DISPLAY of t .. f.nno 3.000 1,000 1.00 t.l.vOO 1,000 1,000 1.000 $ Sill) TlirHSIllV, TrolUnK (la... TrnltliiK ris.., a OCTOIIKK J 1.0(H) Ttirre-i'itr-oi- (l'i.. 1'iuliw liwliir 1,000 1,000 UtlDAY AND AMI U I lroltrn KDAY. OCTOIIHU It KTlItKSKHVBD. ... Elzee, Mhria Guy and Belnor models at Adams Bros. Drug Store, Hustonville, Ky., P. M. THURSDAY, SEPT, 26, 10 A. 0 M.-4:3- Lewis & Drye Department Store, a Mot Noted Trotter and Pacers of America In Great Speed Contests Each Day Bradfordsville, Ky. MISS BEECHER NEWBERN In Charge ntii '' v - f : TNS v S7 w. nc S tff-- ,- -' ' Vfc TTie Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, Sept. 24, 1918 . DR. M. K. PENNINGTON DENTIST Will Be At 1 ...l.. Pf. .ll .!. It. .HII .t...-t.n- i tiintm, "HARD SKIN" AND FOOT CALLUSES Mafjid lcel them off without pain or soreness A tiny bnttlo of l''rws Crab Orchard, Monday, Sept. 30th FORcA WEEK OR TWO Office with DrE M. M. Phillips and J Frank fcSJones. All Work Guaranteed David i E o J Don't BiilTrrl coU but a. few cent at any drug n tho Apply a few drop itoro. toughened onlliucs or "hunt akin" on bottom of fret, then lift thnra painful spots right Uf with Angers. Corns also! one ale Land. Stock And Crop. , ! ifnifli iimtiitf' i HURTY-ON- j On ' GOl THURSDAY of thcue colored men wilt cntrnin for Cnmp Tnylor on Thursday, Sept. 2G, at 2.28 P. M.: Robert Withers, Stanford. Ed Anderson, Stanford. Jns. Thoinns CoflTcy, Mnywood. Sam Dennis Tuckdr, Morcland. James Guest, Crab Orchard.' Jordan Stephenson, Crab Orchnrd. Walter Morris, Crab Orchard. ITathawny Hill, Stanford. Harry Humber, Crab Orchard. Oscar Wilkerson, Morcland. Thlrty-n- Silas Garr, Mt. Salem. .1. Ncwlnnd, Stanford. Frank Peyton, Stanford. Sidney Welch, Crnb Orchard. Isaac McCormack, Morcland. Earl Brown, Stanford. Wallace McCormack, Moreland. Wm. Lewis Hale, Stanford. Jas Buchanan, Crab Orchard, .local lllnin, Stanford. Robert Ross, Stnnford. Basil Fish, Crab Orchard. Zora Brown, McKinney. George Farmer. Stanford. r m 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 cottagr with three porches and a splendid cistern and all necessary outbuildings, including large stock and tobacco barn. No ground on this farm has been cultivated for several years except t'tbout 5 acres and 7 acres of that is now in corn and 8 acres in wheat stubble with timothy and clover sown on it. Mas nice lot of fruit trees. Some as nice peaches as ever grew. Plenty of water on back part of farm. Personal propfive-room I When you perl off corns or callunes with r'frcainr- the kln beneath is lrft pink and luidtJiy and nevrr Mire, tender or even irritated. Try Frcvmna enrol lOHBOY! &&', i You can buy our paper baler for $10 and bale old paper and make good money. Many will give you all Ill.ll Farm of 90 Acres I their waste papers and you can bale up and sell for tygh prices, which are sure to come soon. m m m The Kentucky Futurity ($U.'J0O), Lexington, Oct. 1, tho only race in )918, looks nkc for the Rrentest colt race ever for amoncst the entries to stnrt are David Guy 2:05',i, Nelia Dillon 12:05 V. Chestnut Peter 2:0D'., Tliltsey UtOO', Peter June 2:07, Miss Dewey Watts l!:07-i- , Petrex Ruth Mainsheet 2:08Vi, 2:084, Peter Vonia 2:0S6, Kcho Direct 2:0iU, Mirinm Guy 2:0994, all winners and four more fast ones that have not won this year. three-year-olle erty Six Nice Yearling Steers, Three Yearling Heifers, 3 Extra Good Milk Cows, 16 Ewes and One Buck, Good Family Mare, gcntlq enough for anybody to drive. One-hal- f interest in 7 acres of corn. Some household furniture and a few farming tools. This farm is only about one mile from nice church and good school. FO I ALE ! & Son nenicmber campaign for clothes for the Delfjinns. Kvery household has some worn or outprown clothinR Urii'i? for this destitute people. bundles to Myers House Flats' instead of to Miss Hurch's studio, Fii-jR- y morninc all day Saturday and Monday moniiiiK. One Litchfield Lighting Plant. Six lights and 125 Feet of Pipe. Good condition. Mr. Store Keeper: This is a bargain at $20. iseverance m Harrison Fish, Crab Orchard. Ayres, Crab Orchard. Wm. II. Stewart, Stanford. Jerry Gordon, Hustonville. Albert Green, Stanford. Mannie Jackson, McKinney. Jesse Hill, Stnnford. Einmett Goode, Stanford. Herbert Gooch, Stanford. Hobert Lee Snodgrass, Crab Or chnrd. G. T. TERMS made known on day of sale. E. D. PEYTON, R. F. D. 5, Stanford JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. , 9 m WE PAY THE FREIGHT AND PER POUND FOR BUTTER FAT When patrons prepay the freight the amount will be added to tho cream check. e buy your butter-fa- t The at your shipping point and PAYS you instead of aCent. Our price it CLEAR MONEY to you. Tri-Stat- jNIto koAv nusiy C'i'B. evif'iT. fdlXX 31 rtw K.i tb&"i ..S &&$$ a v&, Via K- zm&& 'M r V. OV'r-f.T- V L V. & . N. SH I . -- "C,. - er , r.V- WSfeV .v r t V rV-r- -J U lm; -i 4 H Ship us your neit can of cream or if you need trial cant WRITE .1 k iS k . w. . 1 ibi mrmr tv ' -- u'' - SSffi I J7Fj-i- M?&. sa.ssA w rtov :or-. : 'l.'B(i'l'Sa mmMMMK i.v. .mJfim.Jffjnr V&5ZZ& i y J.3rmyf2,-'V- T . x w ,iuY i A 111 I i vt zZsxZr Wlffi.Ti MiNi h m : A iim Irl ?i W 4r- - KTA' VW ,K ' ' 'H W S..A vj.xa.i.x-- iaxi-.- . -- I VKAW w .... " CASH CAPITAL $250,000.00 Incorporated United State. Food Adniini itration License No. C18152 CINCINNATI, OHIO r'--1- - wmn.zimwr ivitake your j.lowcry with mmw "Nitro Club" Wctproof oudht to be, ct to them, they will l 1 etpfoof Steel Lined Shot Shells mm hfM . t I Marvelous Seed Wheat We have a supply of extra good seed wheat. Have run it ovem ofcr Tests 6 lbs. to the btfehfel. All one crop. This wheat vieldejV3fe.bu. to clean-erstwic1 e. iT'' H liunttnu' daya t;ia 1 all tlic rfood days tor duckj they really the ri.jht shot. !ic!li Rcmintfton UMG SmoLeleM "Arrow" or Steel Lined "Speed Shells." No matter how much water may actually etay jiut as dry and Bcrviccablc as your Remington da . . fche acre. I lie best wheaVwe reqeiyf.us sea-oo- n was the Marveloufcf' Price $25.0 per bu. m "y, ail-Those fineit of shoal-wat- er downpour keeps hard and smooth mallards which vou can rclJomitct with- with no softening of the turned-ov- er end mW wm HSJVm L or. bulging ot the top wad in the wettest in Runs hot of when it is calm and fait ... H ,hi c?t pocLct. for f ... oM.vt in tA w;rf. Rnf ' Yuu huy the ntnc favorite brand, at the your shells must hartght.. I Iuntuit' It" no i I i ii i i i .1 j t regular price, and'ftt the Wcturoof improvement with encii mat nas sweiieu worse Iuck tnan a lir. y and tticks in the fun at a critical moment to cay Jtllf tttwm vw. I ..y Il.f ...m V.....J.M.W....I Piiu.Biit., .fc nai.ijiiuui Ln..K.l1 Ufc nothing of a "miss caused by wiltinj of the turned-- ? tie same time having the uniform superiority ot speed, A attcm ai;d penetration lor wnich over end of the shell. UMC "Arrow" ami a. Keminiitun Remington UMC Smokeless"Arrow" and "Nitro Club Chib" Steel . . it . r C.-.- 1 uincu.1 "C QL.11." urc iiiuuc iicr- -i "Nitro arc famous. Lined "Speed upecu mucus W CipruOi iJicci i (.. n . uncus proot by a wondertul process, invented lor them and used 1 exclusively in their manuiacture. fiowjer, buy the old reliable It took three years to perfect this process. The result "New Club,' now Wetproof scaled is a shell that will work and shoot rijht throughout an at turnbver aiid',tbp wad. Sola iy ofcorting Goods Dcahrijn tYuur Community v UML Pump Uun or Autoloading bhotg'ua fowl, the lij It 2& fXI 1 ?.?$ ifG$7 iJV-- u bhootmo i X . fttlltltl vi' . f4 1 C1b iJ vt'l y.ur lte J. FL .fiv rw Baughman - PtfwJ.r frvlvMl, Lutu,al witk UCM OIL, tL Mtl'iat simI RiwI Prvifclj. & Co. mk. 7ht REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDCE CO.. Inc. Largttt Jfanufacturirl vf firtjrml an J Ammunition in tkt WarlJ WOOLWORTII BU1LDINC ym--- w -- yy . NEWYORK CITY t . x& 'B ''l, .filial, j I.S.M., AialisV' i