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No. 80 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday , October 4, 1918 Tuesdays and Fridays n r i. Ik I? t or a short tlmo Wrdneidny. Sam Lusk nnil Mrs. ITnnk Lusk nrrivod Tuesday from Alnbnmn. Miss Mnry Pcnvyhntuo wn with tho homcfolks for the week-end- . Dr nnil Mrs. Jim UllTo left Sun- lav for their home- - tn Covington. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. I.. Cnrpcntor nro visiting rolntlvesln New Cnstlo, Ind. Mr. Frnnk Mansfield, of Lexington. Is hero with her mother, who is julte sick. Mrs. Vina Cnrson hns bought the Dinwiddle cottage nnil. will move to It this week. Mrs. Mnymc l'owoll 1ms returned fiom n vl'ry jY.iunt visit to fricn.'.s in Cincinnati. Quite n crowd from here wcro In Stanford Thursday to meet tho U. S. Trophy Trnin. Judgo Hopper nnil T. L. Corpon-te- r wcro In Danville Mondny on Important business. Up nn.l Mm. C. W. Adnms nnd MiM Jessie 1'owelj weio in Dnnvlllo Mondny shopping. if- -. 3nnlv T. Cnnientor hns rent d rooms InDnnvillc nnd hns moved her household goods. Mr. and Mr. Eugene Dunn nnd Mrs. Win. Dunn were in Liberty on businen. C'nrroll Allen, who hns been with It's fiithor for n few dnys. left Thurs-4ln- y for Muscle Shonls, Ala. Mr. Juslitti Bishop is hero for n few dnvs. He is mnvmc hi household goods, which ln baa had stored, lo Danville. Mm. Pollv Kaufman is wriously ill at her home on Dntivillr street. John HilTe whs in Loxlnuton on He $2r,. are W111"" ..C,in- - M , Kva ltnnkin ,,r . 1 1.. . ih Americans in ll,e hustaesa this wee S.in, M rs. t Z Mr. airnmst Xhe SI.nVJ. M Knnkin J. II Paxton $1. Mrs. W. It. Williams in much bet- mainMimiK r,r.Hnnr I" tr.O. Mr. start tt tor nt this wntinir ami hop willto spend '" Annie - Dunn- $200 Mrs W.Sli German . ,s MlevU to bV imminent South in two weeks Mrs'''"ry J'00- I....:. Mc.K"'I nnd mlliwrv observers are "i the winter with her daughter. i.in n ..... ' , . I.r.wrton, who was .. .lini: W,lk.. tkav J,..-.- .... WBiovil,"" ... u.aiinwni"- - .iri . 1...K m. l.tirl Ilmei. . ., .nra. rt uonrn IPitn .miksch nn:r C"i"'. i... m,..vuh . ,md Roe Alcorn $750. K. S. Alcorn ti'the '' Mi rof ' his whomefound iM inrir iinnr. -- .nt...... ... TueUy on Aor $iW. Mr. and Mrs. William Sever He wu seen out fee 'inr iHOminf. DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER ance $5f0. Miss Jennie Warren $51, his hog Tuesday morninr early, lali-The jJlnte Department is reported Mis Charlotte Warren 150. Mu-- i vhn himr .rlii-o- happened in. l authentic reports Ksillou $300, Mrs. James Goorh H dead. WV to have evacuation of 1M- - '$2fi0, Mrs. Omer Foster $50. Mrs. brvuRht here Wednesday for burial. of the intended y Oer- - .' .m Robinson $60, Woman's Club of by tlw iri'in roit tcrrU'-r!SUTironl Sto. airs. William iriooio mn army. YOUR CHILD MOTHCRI &0, Mrs. congreasional vacation $bo. Miss Pattie Alcorn Plaits for a IS CROSS. FEVERISH, election portal Wero rc-- Adams $100, II. K. Jones $100. Felix CONSTIPATION over the FROM Wed by of liotii nouaes.i White $200, Knleai fc Salem H6U. u to lieln H Masters $200, Rohon Campbe'I an ! contrj, brralb bad, ilom whd nmehedthree-na- hirreement If longur Frank. $60. B0O. AiiKust Ridder ree.o a serial of clron lier no acli tour, ('. N. Mennin. president of the Spoonamore $500, 0. P. Huffman $B0, bowed Tnmt ('ompnnv, George Reed $50, Clarence Moore Lexinitou $100, II. F. one of the most prominent bank-- ! $50, (JIvp "rnlifoniia Svrun of Fws" at and In Kentucky, is ninnntr those who Cain Arch McRoberts $100. E. T. Pence, Jr.. $200, once n tdtrjimonful. today often hold the first serial draft number W. A. Tribble $250, Harry Hill $100, I .1. 3AVs n sick rhilil tomorrow. f , NVuell Fox $100, Dr. L. J. Jor.m II ,I,l....J. 'IT"'! l 1tH.UIn. Mr...1fir If vour little . one I is ...I I.. W. J. Iirvnnt S100, .. .'Secretary. de laros thnt the im- - $50, Dr. $50,W.Frieda Robinson T. $50. ". " Mir-sic""" imi n'i itik. Humble naturally- - look. Mother , See . ml rf ni of Germany rcgnining hlf Florence Rohinscfi nctinir $G0, Marshall This is n sure colonies far surpasses any other tasK Newlnnd $100. J. W. Acey $100, If tongue is ranted that it little stomach, liver nnd aniL thut the Kovernmetit sign adheres Chns. Carter $50, Dr. E. J. Rrown Imwels nro clogged with wast. W hun f" nlv to its demand for the return $100, Dr D. 11. Southard $50, A. C. .row, irritable, feverish, stomach of ita African nnd South Sea posses Coffey $100. G. W. Snenr $200, W. nur, breath bad or has stomach-ache- , cold, sions. H. Hill $1 000, John E. trye ?l,ouu, dinrrhoen, sore throat, full of The practice of some installment ft. i,, Hubble $2,000, A. C. Coffey of "California give n teuspoonful of placarding the houses oi Richard Hester $500. II. II Svmp of Figs," and in a few hour delinquent customers received a jolt $400. $2110. Henry James $100, II i):lvis constipated poison, undigested ,.i. .., t, Court of Appeals held the i Voune $50,, J. S. Turpin $50, I.il nil the Lioil nnd sour bile gently moves out method lilielous in tne case ox .nary burn DauchefSV $50, J. D. Willis of its little bowels without gripimr. Thi'iiiwiin. of Itonia. ne:ainst Adel-bo- $J0O, U. N. Swan $50, Sam Robinson anil you hnve a well, playful child it Herman. Inc., of Ugvington. 100, National Rank of Hustonvillc n again. Richard Alrock. a Peoples IJank of Huston-vil- e Mothers can ret easy after giv- young man of Pnducnrj, was sht t S0,000. $10,000. W. D. Snow $50. Willie being this hnnulesn "fruit laxative, in s streot duel with Ed Rav Hiucs $50, Eunice Popples $50. Mrs cause it never faila to cleanse the n neifro, who wns wounded in the left John Pcpplea $50. Mrs. W. E. Hilton nnd leg bowels little one's liver and from a shot fired by Atcock. The Mrs Hutth Held $1,000, Mrs. J. sweeten the stomach nnd they dear- trouble wns caused by Alcoc'' nnd 50. Saunders $50, It. E. Gnines S2'i0. dipleasant tnste. ly love its while walking in op- .ln Tnrkinpton $50, W. K. Warner Itiiv .o'Iidip rections for bnbius, children of nil posite directions. $50, R. J. McAlister $1,000, 15 W printed on nges and for grown-up- s Orders have been issued nt Camp Givons $500. W. 11. Underwood each bottle. Zaclmry Taylor prohibiting soldiers W. II. Hester $500, W. P. Gre- . llcwiire of counterfeit fig syrup. from entering theaters, picture shows, D. W. Lynn $200, J. t-Ask vour druggist for a iMittle of dunce hulls. loitering in stores, ho- ens $250, $100, Oscar Jones $000, Figs;" then tels or any nlaces where there nre Dunnwnv Syrup of "California it Denn $1,000, J. N Jnr. Powe tee that it is made bv the "California crowd forty hours 302 jCo,'n Boo. Joe Murphy $300. Andev In the Compnny." In, I ,, .lilt..!, Fig Syrup ..t l..,1..A..Bn csses ol Itilllioorn were miiiiiucu w son Nunnellev $200, Grover McKceh-nithe bare hospital. $100, John F. Englemnn $200. IN UNION IS STRENGTH Senators and Rcpresentativo from G. Donny S1.000, J. II. Paxton nre united thev wheat iTovvim.' state nnil ofl'icinls of James W. II. O'Honnon $500 J. D. When the democrnts 51.000. curry Kentucky by n large the National Wheat Growers' Asso- Willis S100, J. M. Grubbs $50, Wrn. always mujority nnd it is only when they ciation in conference decided to ap- Fiunn $50, Mrs. Mnttie Goocli $r . engage In factional strife that the point a special comm ttee to urge V. W. Coaklev $100, C. It. Colemnn republican have ben able to elect "on Wilson immediate no- S20.000 II. F. Lewis $100, W. (I. Jhoir candidates. The leaders of the tion fixipp the price of wheat for 'Iviker $100. Jnmes Hunt $250. T two factions have not only ahcr.thed 1010 at $2.50 a hiish! J. Hill, Sr.. $1,000, T. W. Joaes $200, their swords, but buried them and George II. Farris $500. Jnmes T. on tlii AN IDEAL CANDIDATE in perfect accord have stood Pleasants S500. A. E. Phillips $50, fac-II- , nnd urged that KenThe democratic lenib," of oil nam" platform Phillins $50, E. T. Pence. Sj, lin,- united to elect a succes II. Ii. Sam Fisher $50. J. II. Woner tucky democrat get together ami ins $250. Gov Stanley to continue the sor tu Senator James, who is able iSfiO. A. L. Carter $200 Scott Hnm- send work of the lamented James. If and experienced enourti tn take tin ilton $200. J. 11. Povntcr $100. J. M. the rr snout in his ,.,tri(, Senator Heckham and Gov Stanley H'sworkof $B0 , n Wn(le $1()0 Joe can forget the pnst and pledge their elToits for npiedy wiimi'ig of the t, fhaneellor $100. IT. R. Hnmmonds -support, the one for the otherr there war. The" reeoKiiwe the great im i(l00 Loglie CnrUr inoo. R. M. is no reason that their friends may portanee of his election and know ....,. jonn. p. C. Tann S50. Mrs. thing and we are that their nominee is noeiilinrly SllH Adorn. $100. E. II. i Hnllnrd not do the same sure thut thev will fall into lino and Mted to d , so. Thev will, there-- , SM)0 Mrg R H iniIar,i $500. J. S. majority so fore, leave stone iiiiturd to send mnke Gov. Stanley's ,on W. M. Moblcv S50. J. largo that the kaiser will tquirm with him to Wash' i Uin by the iiwst ma- n ti.r.nn. Geonre C. Givens over how firmly we nre stand- jority in veins. It would he n horror 'J00. J. H. McIInhiue $100, Mrs. J. a republican succeed C. Eubanks S500. .Mrs. Iielle t'crxins to ving behind the President in his efforts to put kings nnd kaisers out of Senator Jaiu, especially since that $500. Mrs. T. W. lones $200. Miss the enormity of trying to govern republican hu never shown fitness Etta Miller S100. Mrs. Logan Hubble without tho consent of th,c governed. for the exulted position. Stanley is S'JOO, Mrs. II. J. McRoberts $50. Mrs. im ideal candidate and will make an Laura E. Hundley $50, Mrs. Nannie Mny MARTIN VOTED FOR SUFFRAGE ideal senator. J. Lnwrcnce $50, Miss Mnttie Cnr- At any rate, the advocntcs of votes Carter S2.000. Mifs Annie Belle TRAIN RAN ALONE ., Gov. . it i for women can not sny that ii .. r.. the'ter $2 000. Mrs. Georcre F. Debonlo Stanley stacked the cards against New York CcnVral niilromi. of Al - $50. Mrs. Elizabeth Kolen $50 Mrs appointee to the U. S. Hiom. His .h'0 ."iH Imny. who for the Past three years Susnn I J. Senate. Mr. Martin, voted, for the bonrded in New York Cit. was $250. Mrs. Harvey Helm $100, Jack stating that he was moved killed Instantly and Howard resolution Htiydcr, iout j.iiu, A . II. largely by tho President's appeal, Has engineer, of Itensselaer, received Mary Moore 1 1Rnnev$C0. IV '.Spoon-o- n apart from the merits of the quesinjuries when the water bar $100. J. I. HI $800, fcnr In other words, he V . O. Martin $100 tions involved. engine burst while the train amnre $100. Ij. C. King Btood by tho President Just as Gov. was the 1IIU ... i.i.-- u Dl'ci--i- i .... ilk iintl, ..w... .v- - Svdnev Dunbar $1,050. : ; IllKU Stanley will when ho takes his seat in vnll ku Snyder were blown out of S5iw. Mrs. m. m. owecney ,rn --T.. uu. u. nnd $ 00 the body. the cab. The train, minus tho engl- - WrM.t $500 Rowan Saufloy neer nnd fireman, sped on its way nnd T. 11. Hubbdl SHOES TO BE CHEAPER u distance $100, J.,C. Bailey Tho glorious news comes that shoe went as far ns Cnstlcton, enmo to a mnn $500. II. C. A"d"son $1,000, miles, before it will bo cheaper. Tho cut fnlls heav- of three then only because the steam Mis. h. C. Malton $500. heavy stoii, nnd iest on tho working man's I -6uy LiDtRiY Bonos shoes. Footwear will bo sold only had died down. During tho period from September at permitted prices, and dealers will IN YOUR LIST GIVE suffer loss of stock for violations of This Is the last month for giving 10 to September 30. the Billed armies the new rules. In Tax Commission- - in Franco and Mlimhivi) 120,197 men. 1.- nulto a number tared 2.841 officer. rjblt tllttn Seven sons of O. N. Iliirtholomnw, 1.1 : done so. Tho penalty will 000 cannon Olid . Wnah.. registered for tho ,.f give in mnchlno guns, uccordins to in ofllclnl you do is thirty-sidraft. Tho oldest, Harry, youngest,x fall on you if Nov. 1st. not Is hoped statement Since July 15. and up It ngc, und tho years of y,"r iiv. utl.,re iii i i. ,in c.,tnml.r 30. the Aiues hnvo Van, is olghtecn. mako,il file their lists with me. J. enpture'd 5.G18 officers. 248 494 men; iyv ", " Zt wti'J ennnon, more wuiu Winchester schools hnvo cIoseM on N. Cash. Tax Commissioner. ch'oe guns and hundreds of mlno account of tho provalenco of throwers. Buy a Liberty Bond today. pene-trnteGer-mnns prac-tlcnlly Itnl-iins. lOO-inil- e TiH-sdn- y John Hlckii left Thursday for Nor-- . UXk, Vn. Xtt. 0. S. Williams U here for n few ilayn with his mother. T. W. Jones, of Stanford, wna hero HUSTONVILLE LIHERTY LOAN HONOR ROLL THE LATEST WAR NEWS Following Is n list of th&so who St. Qucnlln nnl Cnmhrnl hnve lletween Lonn Fourth strong positions on tho IHndcnburg IJonils. bouehtyour name Libertynot docs, If lino hnve been smashed by the Alnnil vnu hnvo nurchusod bonds lies, who hnvo driven n wedgo Into of the present Issue, notify us nnd the enemy front for n distance of five wo will cheerfully inicrt It with tho miles nnd taken 6,000 prisoners. To rest. If is docs not nppcnr uecnuso d tho north the Belgians have you have not done your duty In reInto Koulcrs, nnd the spect to the purchnsc of bonds, nsk have evneuated Lens nnd you nro n Kood citizen: In tho Chnnipngno, the yourself If W. II. Shanks $3,C0O. J. S. Vrnnrb hnve fnnrod nhend. despite $4,000, C. K. Tate $2,000, Hockor W. O henvy defensive tncllcs, nnd hnvo Oooch $2,000, T. A. Rice S2.000, rendered tne Argonno loreItlce $1,000. Frnnk Philuntcnnblc by tho encnty. At Mrs. T. A. Mrs. Frnnk Phillips SG00, every point nlong tho westcrit front lips $500, Held $1,000, J. A. McDonForestus the hun Is cither on tho nin or is be ald $100, R. C. Hocker $B00, Jns. ing fofced back. In Albnnin, mo Willlns,$ri00. Leo Perkins $500, Austrinns nre In rout before the Helm $1,000 Mr. nnd Mrs. J. duo to the wilhdrnwul of the Ilurvoy B. Foster $3,500. Welch Rochester Bulgnrinns. $1,000, .loo S. Rice $1,000, wcnkonlng of the (.crmnn rci-nnc- e Hnrrls $1,000, Chns. Withers S. T. $G00, In the Argonne Forest beforo Mrs. II G. Skiles $500, J. M. GoVcr the American ndvoncu is believed Mrs. H. of n rctrcnt to the Krcim-hild- e $500, II. C. IlnucUaJon $500, Mrs. R. line, where the enemy plans P. IlnuKhmnn $500, Mr.C.nnd SkeleA. M. lllnckcrbv $1,000, to mnkc n determined stnnd. Heavy ton $2,000, Wnltcr W. Snundcrs S100, artillery lire from tho (lerninn lines Miss Kmmn Hays $100, Mrs. J. R. nml Inrrenscd nctlvltv of Ilochc air Mrs. G. H. Cooper $100, men is believed to be covering the Foster $G00,Weber $100, Will Hock Dr. J. W. withdrnwnl of the Gcrmnns. M. Rankin $1,000, W. P. Ten nllied nrmlcs nre pounding er $100, J. Zl.OIU. Knm 1(01) nson front Hurhnmui M. NVwlind the Gcrmnns nlong n Miss from tho Relidnn const to Verduny $250, R. Alcorn $200, J. $300, Jones 11. Sophie unidtf-inclnnd the enemy Is 'Ivim; nw.-i$1,000, S. Uauchmnn nloiiK nil sectors. The latest $2,000. JohnHuchnnnn $1,50(1, Harry Mrs. W. P. rctroKrnde movement of tho (ler-tnn- Jacobs 830. T. J. Hill. Jr.. $250. How- In nloni: n wide front north Dcborde C'nnnl nnd nrd Newlnnd $100, Geo. nnil south of I.a R. H. $250. T. D. Ncwlnnd $300 the lirltih nro following clocly. Woods $500, J. 11. Cnmenisch $200, The bnttV- - nrotind Cntnbmi continues Mrs. W. P. Loiran $100. Div J. F. with tiiiiiliiteil llerceiH"s nnd with Kubnnks J the llrllish showing irains. The whole Peyton $500.Illnin C.$100.' Mrs. $1,000, W. A. Mrs. E. A. of St. (juentin has been occupied liy Hatcher $100 Mr. nnd Mrs. P. L. the French nnd the Hindenburj; line Hrucc $200, Mrs. II. 11. Dnvis $50, hns been broken. The French nrmy 31. L. . I., Cnnccr $H)0, unilor (Jen. Ilirthelot has reached G. Cnna I m iU'00, W. II. McKinney $500. Mrs. Als th ol nT. np-ne- ur yN( P H I R R jtC" "ID iiiiiEL 'af'llll H' i 'm wiiB Ff FIVE GALLANT SONS IN THE SERVICE The above hefty younjrsU-rarc tho gnllnnt sons of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Anderson, of this county, nil of whom nre serving Uncle Sam hi the best of their ability. Rending from left to right, No. 1 is Private Thomas W. Anderson, nged 2tS. He is nt Camp Taylor in training. The next, or No. 2, is Privnto John II. Anderson, ngel 24, who is with the American Expeditionary Forces in France. No. 3 is First Lieutenant Leslie P. Anderson, nged 31, who has been with the 118th Field Artillery nt Camp Jnckson, but who has recently been landed in France. No. 1 is Cojponnl Daniel P. Anderson, nged 22, with the 113th Americnn Forces at Camp Shelby. No. 5, the last is Sergeant Wm. II. Anderson, aged 28, of the 335th Field Artillery, Hattcry A, nt Camp Dix. There is no finer quincttte of young men any where nnd good reports are expected from thm in the groatest wnr the world hns ever known. s BIG CROWD SEES TROPHY TRAIN The Trophy train, with all of its curios, has come and gone, i.ud while n large crowd gatheied and more than a third saw the airplanes, cnr.non and other munitions,' of war- the speeches, probably not :..... Zn - 1 .j "'... . -- -- . v"i KI-lc- r by . y . . "'"." - . p' well-know- $1,-00- 0, pt I e fare and curiosities carried. Mer.. I S Jlrcker and K. S. Alcorn, of this it, rpet the train at Niehnlnc ille inl c" me here on it, Mr. Alcorn troduiing Mr. James O. Dennv, of ! I'lfton. who made the principal during the stop here. Mr. Denny S. an old Lincoln lounty boy, nil h s reTences to his old home and frienHn here were as beautiful as he many reasons he gave for buvmg ' ni's wfr ood and unanswerable. Mr. Denny is a pleasing speaker, and mm li time and tnount "ii'tr to the war, he is well pasted on the patties that have been fought and won and in a most interesting way If told of them. He was getting well into his subject, when tho train manager informed him that only a few moments were left and that a brief period would be given to the s'de of bonds. o he wns compelled to almost abruptly end a speech tlKit uoiild hnve be-- n good to have heard at length. All hands then spent a while sellimr bonds nnd nearly S00.' OOQ's worth of them were disposed of. The Lireest buyer was Col. C. R. Coleman, now located a,t Cary, Hell countv, but who is a resident of this city. He took $20,000's worth of them. The Test of ftiose disposed of were in amounts ranging from sou to $1,000. With the train were four French soldiers who had seen service in defense of their country. One had a leg off, nnothcr had Mst an arm. while the other two were so badly used up that they were unfit lor service. One of them nnd oeen taken a prisoner by the buns nnd had killed his guard while imprisoned nnd made his cscane. He was profusely decorated, white each of tho others of one or mare bore kinds. The train consisted of a dining car, Pullman, and two freight ars nrningeil to carry the guns, etc., that had been captured from the Mr. J. R. Rush, nnother Germane county gentlcrrtin, was with the train, but the stay here was so short, owing to the fact that it was late in arriving, that his friends were not iriven the pleasure of hearing him. Many remembered his splendid effort inthe Third Loan, nnd were anxious to again hear him. The Trophy train went from here to Junction Citv. and thence to Somer- srr-pi-- t'in I set, where it was to have rested last COUNTY'S OLDEST WOMAN DEAD Mrs. Polly haufTman, nged 90, nnd night. Whether the visit here has oldest woman in Mncoln county, sufficiently nroused our pooplo to eu ni ncr nuinu umusiui in i lion can be Detter told when It is seen what they will do in tho next an early hour Thursday of troubles day or so about buying Liberty Bonds, Incident to old age. She had been a The rarade from the graded school wiuow ior many years ami wiuru building to the court-housin front lived. with her her two widowed of which several songs were sung, daughters Me'dames Alice L.usk and then to tho depot wns interest- nnil luinnic uouinson. incse are ner I he school cliil- - only surviving children, nnd to them ing and inspiring.. . every heart in the,- county goes out in ...v.., ....Uw wj ...,......-....-- . -..!. L back and carrying a big U. H. tlag, sympniny. .urs. nauumnn, woo rau were followed by the War Mothers, n most excellent woman, had been n D. A. It's find others. Mr. II. P. devout member of the Christian Glasscock made a capital Uncle Sam. church for over half a century, but alius Elizabeth Higgint was leader ol during her latter years her infirmithe music, and did well ns she always ties were too great to admit of her attending its services. This aftcr-roo- n docs. nt :30 o'clock nil thot is morThe Interior Journal hopes that it will be pardoned for saying that it tal of the good mother will be laid believes that some of the men who to rest in the Hu&ionvillc Cemetery were sent from CIe eland with the after services by her pastor, Dr. A. Trophy trnin would have served the II. Baugh. The removal from earthly purpose better had they been work- scenes of this good woman has ing for n circus or on a steambont. caused great sorrow in the town in Those who tried to sell bonds were which she had lived so long nnd where too rough in their remarks for our she was greatly loved by all. CBirrLiBrRryBo'.nTV people and it is probable that more bonds would have been sold had they APPORTIONMENT OF BANK$ tinned the sale over to homefolks. The quota of each bank in the Anxious to hear and see, a gentle- United States of the present Liberty man from the East End of the coun- I.oan hrs been fixed and published by ty got on the end of the box car near thj government. For Lincoln county the speaker's stand and he was or- banks the quota is as follows: Lindered otr in about as ruuh a manner coln Countv Notional Bank. $112,-35as one could well imagine, when a First National Bank, $80,160; gentle request would have answered National Bank of Hustonvillc, $41,-45S. Hocker and every purpose. Mr. J. Peoples Bank of Hustonville, his gallant assistants know how to $33,300; Crab Orchard Banking Co., dispose of the valuable holdings, and $26,850; Wavnesburg Deposit Bank, Deposit Bank, if n few gentlemen from n distance $18,250; McKinney will give us a speech now and then, $13,950; Bank of Moreland. $12,050. Mr. Hocker and his deputies will do Tho government has authorized the the rest. bankers to examine carefully the -- CBuyLi BtRTYBON0S financial statements filed with them customers for the purpose of WILDER'S REMAINS INTERRED by their ascertaining exactly how many LibThe body of Huey Wilder, whose erty Bonds are owned and being carin Philadelphia, ried by death occurred It is desired that every where he had fallen ill of influenza person them.a bond and the governown in a naval hospital, arrived Wednes- ment proposes to do all in "its great day afternoon and wns taken to the power to bring about such a re- home of his father, Mr. G. D. Wilder. rsult. Thursday morning in front of the Hoy Liberty Boios court-hous- e and uniler the flag which I. J. MAN AT LIBERTY COURT was nt half mast. Rev. P. L. Bruce, Mr. J. H. Wright, of this paper, of the Presbyterian church, preached funeral discourse. will represent tho Interior Journal nn appropriate the first day Several songs wcie sung by a quar- at Liberty next Monday, circuit court. term of tette of ladies nnd gentlemen, after of the Octoberany business with the which the remains were laid to rest If you have in Buffalo Springs Cemetery. Young paper, be sure and see him. BuYjJBCRrr Bonds Wilder was a fine young man and his I wish to express my sincere taking away in the very prime of life regret. Much thanks to tho people of Middleburg is the source of sincere sympathy is felt for his family and nnd community for their aid and a'l who were near ana iienr toninu. comfort during the sickness of my ' wife for tho past year. G. E. Lutes. Itav a I ibertv Bond today. e, .r--0; 0; r" 'V fV .....ii. ". .'.'. .''. '.'. .'' TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLNCOUNTY: Your quota of the Fourth Liberty Loan is $338,350. About $1 13,500 of this amount has been purchased, leaving a shortage of about $224,850. Before a subscription is complete it must be made in writing on blanksfurnished by the Government for that purpose. to sign the blanks. Many who have verbally subscribed have-faileThey and all who expect to subscribe are urged to go to the banks of their choice at once and complete their subscriptions by signing the blanks, which may be found at any bank. If the amount needed to prosecute the war can not be raised by selling the best securities on diearth bearing a good rate of interest until paid, it will be raised by rect taxation, no part of which will be returned. Let's have no slackers, b"ut let every person in the county, regardless of age, sex, or color, do his or her Avhole duty' and the needed amount will be easily raised. Any bank in the county will lend money on six months' time to buy bonds at the same rate of interest that the bonds bear. Thanking you in advance for prompt action we are, Respectfully, J, S. HOCKER, Chairman, W. H. SHANKS, Assistant Chairman. d - n-- 1 ,,,,,', r N - -- O" nr ! '" .V """.,' . n. .l0i'vF'P i Kiwil-niin- :..m rt' .... ,.. .. a m diph-tsheri- a. fcM'l -- - sm v nX'" '8J"ipt' JpfiiVJ!!i'Hgjaff0f P9WH31 ;jbji f'' v . '" , i ?j rTr S - PgeTwo FROGRAM m Th Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky,- Friday, Octo&r I 4, 1916 INTERNATIONAL FOOD r .V "T, I ' mm n man Art nf n timttPT Tama ending of the war before the campaign of the summer of 1919. To attain victory we must place In France, three and a half millions fighting men with the greatest mechanical equipment that has ever been given to an army. While we expect the position on the western front may be improved, .from a military point of llllWII .4t.fc.WU w .......... w.-view, between now and then, there can The willingness to assume Individual no hope of b consummation of the responsibility in this matter by the be end that we must secure until an- vast majority is one of the greatest uu iiicn nc cnarncicr other year has gone by 01 If wc are to accomplish this end in RrOOIS m... nnnnlA nntl f fn1 It rnn I " 1CIII "" j.w..., linnn - lilt " limn K ..... ...ill mi-n mtllinn Ameri. -- - UI iAin ,...-....,.......I.. (.uiiauiiiti.v wrtU.1 uc can lives that will be expended if wc formula lor mis yenr is vo luimtr have to continue until 1920. To irive rctiucc consumption and waste of nil in 1919 Wc have so nrrnnged the In- this final blowtVlO mpn. wc have notifo0() Shinmnif nnil tcrnntlonal Food Program, that, ex nnlt. tr find equipment flr this gigantic nrmy. cept lor a moocrnic suusumuuu of but this nrmy. the Allied armies and particulars n more strict program the Allied civil population must hnc other cereals In bread, it will not, wc nmple food in the menntime if we arc hope, be necessary to substitute one to mnintain their strength. Wc enn foodstuffs for another, nor to resort do all these things nnd I believe we to wheatless ana mcniicss uays. can bring this drendful business to W'tnl wa nnml U In riilllCI llircctlv every man, woman nnd our consumption of all foodstuffs, an end if nnnf!nl pmnhnsis on the child in the United States tests every Invini. nction every day and hour by the staples. The Allies are in need of all one touchstone docs this or thnt the surplus 01 me great mapics uwi contribute to winning the war? wc enn proviuc. if !. tiiwflnrv f tint pverv fnmilv The food program is no smnll part food of this issue. To provide ships for inn . llnitpd . States study. its ie 14 only to build r our army, we have not budget nnu loou ways 10 see 11 it wc must have the enn not buy less, serve less, return all that wc can but help of Allied shipping. In order nnthlni tn tho kitchen nnd practice that the Allies may provide this, they the gospel of the clean plate. must take food ships from the more distant markets and place them upon MIDDLEBURG the shorter run to the United States. We must decrease our imports of I.Pimn,1r . flnnn. nf Ttllstnn- sugar, coffee and tropical fruits. vilie, bought of various parties here Under these conditions, the de- n d of hogs at 17ic. larger supplies. mand upon us is for Mrs. R. M. Sharp, Mrs. J. W. Caron fowl supply and Tho conference Mrs. T. W. Branson are begshipping we have held in Europe en- son and Belgian children nnd d ging relief for us to estimate our burden. ables people with previous years, the Allied theri.Mn.il are responding nueruiiy. Mnnrn inpni most nf la?t civilians and armies, our own armies, with his father and mother on tho Belgian relief and certain neu- week Liberty pike. us retrals who ore dependent onnmounts theThe people nre not at all interquire the following round ested in any of the peace propositions from us: freallies (beef, pork, dairy, that Germany nnd herof late.nreThey Meats and Fats vegetable oil products), quently sending out about "burnpoultry and pre-wshipments, are nibre concerned than anything average ing" the kaiser's hide tons; shipped year ending else just now. G45.000 July 1, 1918, 1,550,000 tons; must Dick Young sold the personal efbe shipped year ending July 1, 1919, fects of William Hansford, deceased, 2,600.000 tons; increase this year Saturday afternoon. Editor Henry over last year, 1,500,000 tons. efsubsti- Thomas cried the sale in his usual Bread Stuffs (wheat and ficient and happy way. average tutes in terms of grain), Kcv. K. U. Jianin preacneu mu shipments, 3,320,000 pre-wG. Lutes Friday funeral shipped year ending July 1, mnnino of Mrs. H. btMlUtlful tnUUtC tons; .1 nnd 0,800,000 tons; must be 1918, good woman, memory of shipped year ending July 1. 1919, to the tnKing awaythat cusi a kiuuih nis 10,400,000 tons; increase this year whosethis town nnd community. over over last year, 3.000.000 tons. Mrs. J. M. Rubarts will have a Sugar (from U. S. and west Ini t hnncnfinlrl cnnili hpvp Satur shippre-wdies), average shipped year day afternoon preparatory to joinini; ments, 618,000 tons; ner nusDana, who nas .1 jusihvi " ending July 1, 1918, 1,520,000 tons; T Ai.iev.11n must ship year ending July 1, 1919, It is understood that Rev. J. L. i or.n nnn tnn? increase this year Dotson will conduct a revival service year, 330,000 tons. over last sun beginning Feed Grains (mostly army oats), here in Mflfnliol" about the lourtn shipments, .1i pre-waverage Fred Richards is exhibiting nt the 950,000 tons; shipped year ending i,o.,i- - imru oiv nan nf corn thnt arc July 1, 1918, 1,950,000 tons; must as nearly perfect as they could well ship year ending July 1, 1919, .. 'hat U'pra rnispii nn Liif iniiii tons; increase this year over i Isc' by W. T. Earls to a Mr. Wilson. last year, ,59.uliu tons. 1114 inchcs in -" pru- , Totals, average rt J" ,, . to 1 A .. a -- ..... coiWERVAiiun than last year, anil wc are confident that Ihau --HI1; tiHll nerltf rin thin. -" ,"1L'L, ,,,,- - w. will never have if our people continue u sunnori us as in vno imsi. nc :Insimply makinjr. n appeal to the telligence In .the homes and public ! cnung pinces uia Amtnni Ia aials- Mitt w 'v for themselves the names and man- This year as Inst I believe we can accomplish the necessary cnu oy vi ".r'v " -- - 1 . car-loa- Coin-pare- ar ar ar 1 fI 1 V. -- t t. isfi i i i & ,H - to learn that Mr. H Wo tons; must ship year ending July 1, G Lutes will soon leave us and Uke 1919, 17,550,000 tons; increase this up his abode in the south. Mr. Lutes year over last year, o.iou.uuu wj.is. nqst oi inenis suite Even this program means further ias made a who will regret to see him inr denial by the Allies next vear. They go. here, are making this sacrifice in the comWelby Wallace and Louis Ham-formon cause. We must mnintain the of Lower Casey attend-- J the strength of every human health and Saturday. among them or they will be Hansford sale here has been the orbeing Sorghum making to put their fujl strength der of the day here for some weeks unable alongside our own in the supreme ef- and even-bodhas new 'lasses. pnt hero frtiir fort. At the President's direction, a., nilinetflf wn I have assured them that "in this Lexington to adjust the hail damage common cause we cat at a common - done to tobacco. He finished his table," and upon entering these coir- v.ork in two days giving satisfaction j rnmna wp nromiscd pro- in mest cases. d thorn that whatever this The hail laid waste the whole buckgram called for from us we should wheat crop in this vicinity. We have fulfill. llpin" worth Cutting. ability to meet U.nl nf nnnn M. If we survey our to D. Sharp, them we find Joe Elliott, R. among Will and definite promise this are ine Heaviest while our wheat production this A. Wesley that year is better thnn last, our Wproduc- losers. .. .1 r T 3 f w Mnrnhv nnd son. .111. illlli .'4o. e have tion of other cercnls is less. drought John, Jr., were here Sunday to see through in had Fevcre losses Mrs. R. M. Fogle. their many sections. On balance our re- Little daughter, carrying a very soro John was greater than last sources arc no sling, tho result of a wTestle year. We find, however, thnt we can arm in a boy in food supplies, of with another had in scnooi. frosts, but give this increase several We have 5.730.000 tons over last year, and some how they have not had the effect have a margin over the amount on vegetation as Js usually the case. still necessary to maintain our own health Cockle Durrs ami many omei wiiuj nAt 'be'sf "the Allied table will b. of weeds nre not bitten. that little or It is to be regretted less than ours, for the Allied people no hfed is being paid the governorare denying themselves more in c ment's request of the people to conder to transport our soldiers. serve the supply of gasoline by rutcan do no less than fill the ships they ting out pleasure riding on Sundays. worm BOnA"?: i i. . .AMI nnnarent- - The roads hereabout were kept which by macnines, mosi oi have sufficient sugar to maintain Smday lv i"K ,...,.. tho present only. The order 8noulrt be man. care of the extra drain of the Allies ure com- dntorv with a pretty stiff hne atfrom our markets, instead of send their ships to tached. It strikes us that an autopelling them to mobile is a mighty poor vehicle for In, they go too the coffee we need, if no young people to court ought to Keep ing vessels Of our fast, besides the young makes an over-bre0 on the steering wheel own products we must secure a re- loth hands duction in- consumption and waste in CHEMIST WINS LASTING .. a ...mini nf first, bread GRATITUDE and fats, stuffs, and second, meats in.l eat'Aml flnptora nnd nil cereals, beef, iir that is, in all bread andnnd vegetable kinds of medicine, and had about pork, poultry, dairy ine average euiiui""- - given up all hope oi geuing ueuer, oil products, j j,, not think it tionof. our people of bread stuffs M..li.!nn A.I.1.1 li.i possible that any en wnnflnrflll in iv nmlnils ner week and-o- f meats and fats, half jts cfrCct as Mayrs Wonderful pound per week per person in each Rcme,iy has proven In my case. of these two great groups of foods you 8uro have won my lasting e fjratitude. I could not work nt all would accomplish our purposes. wish to emphasize, however, that wc an,j had constant pain in my stom-d- o not wont curtailment in tho use of ach In before taking your medicine. n cimiilo h.irmlnfi nrctiaraIf milK lor cniiiireii 8omo of our homes, by reason of tion that removes the catarrhal limited income, can not now provide nincus from the intestinal tract nnd inllnmmntijon wnicn tho more food than they snouiu nave io nllnys maintain health in the family. They causes practically all stomach. liver ailmenti, including cam not rightfully be asked to make nnd intestinal the suggested reduction in consiimp- - appendicitis. Ono dose will con-tiogreat mapority of our vnco or monev refunded. Tho Penny But the Drug Store; The Lincoln Pharmacy. homes can do more than suggested. We need even greater simplicity CAUGHT HEAVY FINE of living than last jrear amongst all to B0b Stewart, colored, was fined that section of tho community item $50 and given ten days in jail for whom foodstuffs aro a secondary Wo estimate that bringing whisky into Stnnford, U expenditure. nearly 9,000,000 people eat at our which is dry territory. The seven or restau- - eight pints of booze ho had was public eating places, hotels, boarding houses, clubs, dining fiSCatcd. Deputy Sheriff U. T. Lewis can and so forth. Tho food consump- - made the arrest, tion in these places s larger than in Charles Herbert Johnson and Miss tfae. average homes. We are asking tfco proprietors and employes of these Ueulah Stewart, of Parksville, eloped institutions to undertake in many to Jeffcrsonville and wero married. -d, war-foo- sras, ran.snvHos "."J-:- " . , "'.', "e.i." r!rt ',,, ". ia with-kerne- acre ElUa Logan, George Miller, M acre . .. . Morrison, 13 ncres John Frieda Owsley, lot CRYING FOR HELP Elmer Attiff, 150 ncres George Bollard, 70 acres Lot, if It in Stanford But Daily Antonc Biston, 62 acres Growing Lett F. F. Brocton. 3& acres Jane Brock, 130 acres The kidnev.s often crv'for heln. Not another orgnn In the whole W. I). S.Cummins.Hi 114 acres ncres Gill, 7 John body more delicately constructed; Holmes, 120 ncros Not one more important to health D. V. Holmes, 50 ncres . ... -- ..... The kidneys nre the filters of the Field Kruger, 04 acres .i... . Fred hlnod. When they fail the blood becomes K. L. Osbourne. 50 acres . . Amanda Smith. 135 neros foul and poisonous. . Wren 70 There can be no honlth where there Steven H. Bryant, acres 36 acroa Mrs. J is poisoned blood. -- . Backache is one of the frequent in I). F Cummins. .It acros Annie Coleman, 17 aerws flirntinns of kidnev trouble. - ,...... 100 It is often the kidneys' cry for E. W. Esbrath. acres acre . --. I). Forato. 110 help. Heed it. . 100 acres Read what Doan's Kidnev Pills J. II. Fouls, -- . E. Hutchinson. 50 ncraw have done for overworked kidney. SO acres Read what Doan's have done for P. H. Malev. -- . John Macon. 45 acres Stanford people. . Mrs. J. S. Good, Logon St., Stan- W. J. Morgan, 3S acres ford, says- - "A constant backache G. W. RaleiKh. 43 acre brought me down so I couldn't do my Jackson Sayler. 314 oeros nr...... I couldn't get relief day Tho. Bodncr. 133 acres housework. or night and at times I could hardlv Hardin Brandenburg, llfi acres 40 acros move. I hod nervous headaches and J. J, Durham, the action of my kidneys caused me Mrs. S. E.1 Gooch, 1 . lot.. . acre much annoyance. My limbs and Al Hole. .... . feet were swollen nnd so sore 1 Belle Hudson. 149lotacres .. ... . Doan's Kidney C. A. Hughes, could hardly stand. . 40 acros Pills, which 1 got nt me Lincoln Mrs. M. D. Johnson, . -- . Ph.imi.-irv- . relieved the backncho and Geo. E. Lucor, 1 acre . 1 lot other symptoms of kidney trouble." Will Peyton. Jr.,137& acres Don't D. B. Rowland. Prion r.llc. nt nil dealers. . simply ask for n kidney remedy get Dick Helm, I lotacre . . Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mock Hockcr, 1 . Co., Walter Jones, 8 acres Mrs. Good had. Fostcr-Milbur- n . J. I). Wilkerson, 4 acres Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. 1 JUNCTION CITY Mcjsrs. S. W. Burke and Tom Blackcrter. of State College, were at home Saturday ond Sunday with their locks shorn uy upper classmen. rour correspondent attended the Boyle County Sunday School convention at Alitchcllsbunr Sflturday nnd had the pleasure of meeting there several old friends nnd coworkers In Sunday school work. Many good talks nnd addresses were made and nlthough it was a very inopportune time, harvest. Liberty Ian drive nnd a day for school teachers to do in one day five days' delayed work for self, yet Supt. C. V. Martin, of the Methodist church there, succeeded in getting all whose names were on the program there except good men nnd spenkers, Rev. G, W. Breeding, both Mills nnd G. W named for the Father of our Country, and they hnd some good excuse for being absent for they always do their bit In every good work. Bro. George Joplin, of I.ouisvillc, made several very impressive addresses on the needs of the Sunday schools, among them a corps of trained toacn era nnd more Bible students nnd rcc ulnr and consecrated officers and sol nunlls. The bnnd of twenty-si- x dicrs from camp arrived just at 12 o'clock on their way to Porryvillc, and played several patriotic pieces and them were invited to partake of the temptitig viands provided as only Parksville, Mitchellsviiie nndJ'crry villc ladies can provide. Their lead er, a lieutenant, made a short address and then they departed for Perry-vill- e and Danville, after more music was played. Money to buy two War savings stamps lor ine neiuucity Sunday school work was taken up. Secretary and Treasurer Lucien Waggoner made a report which was full of good things about the wonderful attendance at Sunday school in spite of the war, and President W. W. Johnson made speeches and conducted the convention in his inimitable way, and then he and Bro. Wag-genresigned nnd Bro. A. B. Brown, of Danville Methodist Sunday and Editor Alcock, of the Dan school ville Messenger, were elected president nnd secretary for the next "ear. Bros. Johnson nnd Waggoner have done Boyle county invaluable good during their eleven years of continuous sendee in this particular Sundny school work and may their shadows never grow less is our prayer. er a multitude of hearts. He was a big man; so big that ho did not need a pedestal. He stood upon the ground and walked nmong hi friends. The titles that ho won, congressman and Senator, were becoming to him, but "Olllo" brought him nearer and made him a companion. missed In the He will be missed Senate chamber where his volo and voice were always at the service of his party missed upon the stump where his powerful argument and eloquence swayed his hearers missed by those who loved him. The wife who shared his triumphs, and ministered to him as his life ebbed out, has the heartfelt sympathy of his personal and political associates. They share her sorrow Bryan s Commoner. John J Sullivan, brother of Hon. jcrre A. Sullivan, of Richmond, Is dead in vt asningion iiiv. MR. MYAN'S TRIBUTE Ollle James la dead and irrief over-wheln- w INSTRUCTOR IN WAR AIM Rer. Dr. If. O. Turner, parftar of thfi Dsnvllle Methodist charch, It was announced today, has been appointed by President Ganfield and the board of trustees, as instructor in Centre College on tho course in war alms. This course comprises the study of law, history, forms of government, etc., of tho nations at war. and we know of no one better qualified for the position as Instructor than Dr. Turner. Danville Messenger. Jeter Rnffsky, a jewelry peddler, of luisville, is a prisoner In the Ilarrodsburg Jail accused of making unpatriotic remarks. It is charged that when a resident of Horrodsburg refused to buy his wares, he sold she could buy his jewelry if she hadn't bought bonds. Raffsky .ns then arrested. Let the I. J. supply you with engraved cards. affi wr Prelflt Chat tKTr measurarthe Senate Ufeatl Mm Despite the perwMl which failed by two vet n ot tfw n, mareceive the necessary two-thljority. (Jains in atremtth for Mm ra olutlon were a striking feature during tho ballot, many of those who had voted against the" resolution. In ltU favoring the measure now. Technically, tho resolution is still pending on the Senate calendar and probably will be recalled following the Not vemher elections. . wm Cnuihitd So II Couldn't SUep Bronchial coughs, tickling in throat nnd nsthmatic spasms break one'a rest nnd weaken ono so thnt the system is nnd serious sickness may Enos Hnlbcrt, Pooll, Ind.. result writes; "I had a severe cold and coughed continually nt night could hardly sleep. Foley's Honey nnd Tar cured my cough." Buy n War Savings Stnmp tobay. run-dow- n to post-offic- UNREDEEMED LAND TO BE SOLD FOR TAXES In accordance with the laws of the State of Kentucky, now in full force. I will sell nt public snle to the highest and best bidder, the following described property, or So much thereof as to pay tho tax, cost and penn ties now-duthe State of Kentucky nnd county of Lincoln by the parties hereinafter mentioned This sale will tnke plncc nt the door of the County Court Clerk's office in Stnnford. Kentucky, on the 21st, 22nd nnd 23rd dnys of October. 1918. at 2:30 o'clock P. M., ond will continue thereafter until further notice Deed with Fee Simple Title will be Riven the highest ami best bidder AND NOT ANY OF THE PROPERTY WILL BE SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION THEREAFTER. Any pnrties desiring final opportunity to redeem their property can do so by seeing me nt my office In atari-..-.- I nn n Hnv nrevinu.s to the sale, or by mniling to me at Stnnford, Ivy., by registered mail, check or money order for nmounts as hereinafter set out, giving correct e address for receipt to tie returned, ami me iien will be properly released of record. Very respectfully yours. e acres Rise Bailey, 1 aero Moggie Bright, 1 acre Clnv Brown, 1 acre Will Bruce, town lot Jnmes Graves. 30 acres Will Harris, lot Tim Hnydcn. 1 acre Will Hays, lot Geo. Higgins, 2 ncres J. S. Jackson, lot Lizn Logan, lot W. McMullcn. 6 ncres Joe Abb, 2 II. Richardon. 10 ncres Mrs. fc. T. Roberta. 00 ncres Mrs. II. Roberts, 1 ncrc James Sharp, 65 acres James Rims, 30 acres C. C. Williams, 83 ncres . . J .... . 380 420 400 650 200 100 15.17 13.5K 12.05 U.0R 11.12 X.fil .0.1 - - . .... .. . 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 10 8.81 8.81 8.81 8.81 t 6.17 .17 8.RI 8.0T (1.81 75 100 100 1C0 ......-..- . . R.8I7.03- Wcs. Jess Revenue Agent for State at 1912 W. T. Alsman, 20 ncres .. J. W. Moore, 16 acres acres . .. John Coffey. May Caldwell, 1 acre Seay Conley, 5 acres Tom Elliott, 42 acres John Graves, 30 acres Will Hays, ; acre Mrs. M. C. Higgins, 2 acres .. $ .. 11 liKAli Iirge. Tax. Value. 800 250 2i 300 250 300 100 100 100 100 100 100 300 500 300 3125 3125 1250 1320 400 250 200 200 2fi0 -- 00 300 $20.79 11.32 13.24 12.32 13.24 20.11 9.81 9 81 7.88 8.34 9.81 9.81 12.38 20.51 10.01 i i.rr, 1 1.50 39.37 17.35 93.25 93.25 42.71 17.3R 18.00 Lucy Smith, 1 ncre Ellen Whitley, 20 acres Willis Whitley. 1 acre J M. Adams. 75 acres Mrs. K. P. Booker, lot J It. Bryant, 83 ncres . . J C. Collins, lot II. - Dishon, 4 ncres . -. Robert Frailer, 15 ncres . I). G. Holmes, 125 acres I- IVnmnn, 1 Snllee, lot ncre 100 100 200 8.81 8.81 200 200 100 100 11.12 .2.r, 8.25 R.8I 8.81 ... .... . . 260 480 76 100 160 17.4rt 8.81 10.0 C4.81 f.fi.t 8.05 .. 2500 60 11 900 300 too AM 1S00 4IW 904 10 oso 400 ........ 200 300 300 3000 200 260 1550 1030 120 100 000 400 700 200 200 100 300 1913 ..,- FOR SALE If it' fnrm land vou want. I have it. nnd if vou ore looking for a bar gain come to me for I have the farm you want at tho price you warn xo FARMS a acres 01 iinnu rigm in town, all fenced nnd in good shape, nn rnrk nike in 100 vards of graded school, one quarter mile of railrond irnmc, depot, a Wo. l seven-rooy house with porches, nice vard, hen, meat and wood houses, all buildings new, good garden. One of the best buildings nnd locations In town. Price $1,S0U. No. 500 Farm of 8 PS acres on county road, close to mail, telephone, school and churches; 01 acres cleared, fencing fenced and good; 44 acres in clover and timothy; large orchard, good garden nnu no better water any whore; a lot of nice timber. This farm is nearly all level. Seven-rooframe house, two barns, 32x36 each; silo and all necessary outbuildings and granaries. 20 tons of hay, 2 cows, 2 calves, 2 horses, 2 wagons, GM acres corn, about 00 bushels of wheat, about 200 bushels acre potatoes, 9 head f oats, of hogs, binder, mowing machine and rake, wheat drill, corn drill, e cultivator breaking plow, Price for all, $7,000; ond harrow. for farm, $5,000. No. 1 A farm of 53 acres on county road, close to school, church and store, nil level, not ono foot of wasto land; all in timber, except one y acre. A new frame house, six rooms, hen nnd meat house, young orchard. A nice location and can't Price be beat for tho money. io. ouu two-storcross-fenceone-haltwo-horstwo-stor?1,-00- 0. tuiii- --- - !.! Terms farms. I of farms my price n. MUINKUt. i can bo made on most all have the most complete list that I know of. Writo for list it's free. , iiuMt-aun- Waynetburg, Ky. con-raat- a, Stopped Her Baby' Cough remedy is better known thnn Foley's Honey and Tar for giving quick relief from coughs, colds and croup. Mrs. W. M. Stevens, Vivian, w. va.. writes; baby had a tcr- riblo cough and nothing did him any good. I read about Foley's Honey and Tar, tho first doso helped him and in two days the cough stopped." Sold everywhere. lio 1 Adolph Bodner, 85 ncres 1 O. M. Drewery. 30 acres 1 James Helton, 1 lot i -- .. Will Hnrris, 1 lot .1 J. W. Moore. 116 acros 1 Jamos Sutherland, 30 acres I J. P. Anderson, col., 31 acres .l Dick Baughman, col., 2 acres 1 Mariah Brown, col.. 30 acros 1 John Coffman, col., 1 lot i John Graves, col.. 30 ncres 1 J. J. Houk, col., 2 ncros 1 1 acre Will Hays, col., Mrs. M. C. Higgins, col., 2 acres.- - 1 1 -- ... Will Jones, col., 1 lot 1 Minny Logan, col., 1 lot .i Kliza Logan, col., l 101 1 Drieda Owsley, col., 1 lot 2 Elizabeth Burge. 49 acros George Bnrnos, 50 ncros .............. 2 acros v. 1). Cummins, J A. F. Dishon, 72 ncres a D. G. Holmes, 125 acres 2 Mrs. S. A. Johnson. 115 acres . 2-Joseph Rogers, 5 acre .Mrs. S. A. Snntn, lao acres ...--2 C. II. Todd, 24 acros & .. Elena Buchanan, 1 ncro 2 Dick Buchanan. 1 acre ... 2 Thomas Lee, 2 acres .. Noah Schooler, 8 acres i M. G. Acton, 7 J acres .3 . Minny Adams, 40 acres acres .......... 3 B. C. Adams. 142 3 -- .. acres Rice Benedict, 33 a E. W. Esroth. 100 acres ... 3 Adolph Hertel, 130 acres 3 . .Mitchell. 32 acros I. .... 3 John Mitchell, 45 acres : W. A. Phelps, 119 ncres .3 Robert Rowland, 33 acres ... 3 Gilbert Wooslcy, 28 acros . 4 Will King, 21 acres ... Alma Cloyd, 1 lot 4 John Floyd, 4 acres Frank Armstrong, 1 lot i 4 Geo. Owen, 1 lot Alfred Crawford, 1 lot ..... ......... 4 4 Bettio Frye, 60 acres 4 Will Hockcr, 10 acres 4 Emma Robinson, 1 lot 4 Will Smith, 1 lot W. C. Adams. 21 acros Mrs. M. C. Adams. 1 lot ... - No. 1 $ -- . 1 Value. 790 110 3075 472 .115 80 2G5 285 735 105 210 105 105 158 80 105 420 158 108 315 200 203 315 7(i in 2025 210 525 315 203 105 105 105 105 ' -.-.- -. 425 210 735 420 915 583 252 105 578 210 C01 108 105 210 53 158 210 105 105 105 158 1914 25.72 I: II Moor. 33 He-rUB 3S.0S W. M. Murphy. 100 acrs ISO 25.92 lnnie Padirett, 30 acre . .. M 41.43 W A PMIIi. Uf aerwi 100 20.81 A A. Pendleton. SO acr 110 2.72 F. A. Hoirera, 16 aera ... 1M 18.0 John Srarhrouk, 20 ftcraa . IW acre 10.86 O. A Smirk-ton-. S00 17.35 O. C. Strin?r. 56 acrns IfSO . ... 22.01 L Vanhook. 13 acr 0 19.85 C. A. Walls. 70 acras ISO .. 27.00 Gilbert Woslev. 28 aenas 78 30.88 G. C. Baker, lot 1Q0 7.29 Mrs. M. Chrismao. 10 aeras . G. A. Sinfleton. 1 arm 1130 ? 800 12.00 James Alcorn, Sr., 1 Vi aero 260 16.85 Geo. Armstrong, 2 lets . . 100 81.51 Charlie Bailey, lot Lyon Brown, 1 nere . . 100 1 1.50 . 300 15.25 Balor E Goodo, lot 360 50.59 Frank Goodo, 2 lots 1 t.50 300 Phillip Goode, 1 acre ..... 260 14.50 Thos. Helm, 5 acros 100 . 19.80 Wm. Ilncker, 10 acres .. . .......... 100 . ... 15.85 Jnmes Hacker, 5 acres 160 ,. Geo. Ham, 2 ncrus .t. 500 Tax. G. E. Jones, 20 acres 100 94 Andv Jones, 3 acros $23 -- . 0.30 M. E. Jones, lot - "100 60 91.75 John Lucas, lot 100 19.07 Dan Martin, 4 ncros .. 160 .... 13.22 John Mnrtin, 0 ncre 100 9.98 Chas. Oliver, 10 acros . 260 12.06 Geo. Snmlidge, 6 acrus 100 12.86 Will Smith, lot 22.01 1915 S.73 Value. 8.21 Tom Chappoll, 90 ncro $ 270 . 8.73 Oscar Denny, 12 acres 75 ......-...8.73 John Garvin. 16 acre 000 10.39 I). V. Holmif, 126 neros 2600 8.01 Mack Hoskins, 53 ncros 325 0.30 Morgan Lewis, 10 ncrus 200 10.1 neros m. J'nyne, 260 0.80 J. 1). Petry, 100 aeras ... 260 7.15 James Talor, 3 neraa 1000 10.80 Fred Britton, 13 aerea 372 8.71 Elizn Bowen, 10 neros 1190 12.71 B. I). Holtrclnw, 1 aera 200 13.70 Richard Adams, lot 200 8.49 James Burdette. 0 acros 200 03.60 W. L. Logan, 1 aero 100 16.30 Will lackey, 1 ncro 150 11.20 Chns, Klelm. 00 ncros .. 380 10.73 Conrad Parks, 721 aeroa 0000 12.70 Jnmes Anderson, 1 ncro 200 7.80 Dick Buchanan, 1 ncre 100 8.91 Alfred Dclaney, 5 ncres 150 ....... 8.91 Henry Guest. 2 ncros 160 8.91 Will Welch, Jr., 1 ncro 150 10.08 Charley Welch. 10 ncres 200 8.48 J. W. Acton, 7 1 ncres ... 400 22.50 John Acton, 7 1 ncres 000 10.02 .Mr., II. P. Ball, 42 acres 260 27.39 C. Cnrnctt, 100 ncros 300 19.58 E. M. Esbroth, 100 ncros 900 12.38 Mrs. Chns. J. Fisher, 1 nure .... 300 8.91 Wm. Grant, 70 ncros .100 17.17 Solon Henry, 50 ucros 100 11.20 Wm. Newcomb, 1 ncro 200 17.87 Wm. Ostermnn, 28 acres . 300 10.20 Mrs. E. J. Reynolds, 100 ncres 400 0.23 W. F. Riley. 160 ncros 150 11.20 Haydon Wnlls. Jr., 28 ucres 100 8.01 S. II. Walls, 20 acres 150 10.20 H. II. Walker, 150 acres 2000 11.20 R. A. Woodie, 110 acres 700 8.01 A. W. Woodie. 100 acres 1000 9.20 II. Y. Yocum. 67 ncres 600 8.01 C. Y. Ross, 25 acres 200 10.20 Jason Gibson, 1 ucro 100 acres Martha Payne, lot J. C. Pavne. 15 ncres .... Mrs. A Smith. 100 ncres I). Buchanan, 1 ncre E Buchnnan, I acre Jasper Collins, lot Howard Guest, 1 acre Noah Schooler, 8 acres ...... .1 K. Anderson, 1 nere ...:... John Acton, 74 ncres Ed Adams, t2 ncres J C. Itnstm, 16 acres S H. Ilaugh. 100 acres F N. Cummins, 75 acres I M. Kahrath. 100 acros . G. W. Esta. 10 acres Mrs. Joe Floyd. 142 aeros 1192 JiihrKlInyden, 1S3 aerea 34.80 (i. I). Johnson. 102 acres 2S.I2 Mr S McMnllen. 150 aero 10 8R J W Mitchell. 912 arre--s W. E Sam. 10 Kiducll, hit 3700 1000 100 2C0 8.81 R.Sf 88.00 7.9 300 . 100 100 100 100 100 00 10.85 A. fit 8.81 8 81 8.81 20 3S 11 12 20.4 r 8 .SI 27 10 9 11 . 200 200 150 COO 11.12 9 87 100 .. .. ... .. 90" 100 800 II li S OOO 25.3 1 20 3v . .. 138 17'. SfO WO 75 4 12 M 14 23 9 11 : K 16 51 9 31 8 fil 8.A1 U 26 IT 17 It .... - j0 7 8". 26 80 9 KS 21 17 12 IS 8 HI r 13.12 14 ? 13. s.ai S! SK -... 12 8.M 8.81 ........... 17.99 8.81 9.71 8.81 8. Ml ............. 7.15 9.71s 8.81 12.1S 8.81 T.nc $U.M 7.8t 63.05 12.25 10.92 10.92 17.11 1 .... 9.89 i LCD 13.11 26.91 9.89 10.7 13.10 110.91 8.S4 8.21 9 9 Kd H'J 1 8.02 ... 9.00 9.0C. 9.0O 11.62 13.01 17.12 11.91 8.72 23.10 9.31 11.91 8.21 8.34 11.91 11.26 O.OIJ 8.21 9.06 43.06 19.31 2 Ltd 16.6S 11.11 8.21 11. T8 7.Bf 7.80 "y Prepare for Fourth Liberty Loan. .$ Sam Albright, 15 acres , Will Brown. 30 acres ... Ben Dooley, 1 acre O. M. Drewery, 30 acres .......................... ... Thos. Edds, 30 acres J. W. Hutchinson, 26 acres .................... J. L. Johnson, 207 acres .......................... Mrs. Sion Messer, 4 acres J. W. Moore, 116 acres .... Value. 525 4UU 250 450 300 620 ... 900 300 260 Tax. A. I). Root, 50 acres $10.16 Edgar Smith. 1 ucro 16.75 John P. Stanton, 2 acres 12.05 Mack Watts, lot 10.72 James Alcorn, 1 acre ... 13.50 Gill Bruce, 1 aero 18.63 Jako Carpenter, 1 aero 27.25 I. U. O. I. Lodge, 1 aero 13.60 Henry Simpson. 6 acres 12.05 John W. Holmes, 700 acres . John Land, 15 ncres 280 go .n 135 nn 100 100 100 1 8.66 O.fti 8.M 8.21 8.21 9.14 - 300 ir.n 18457 9.96 49T.6t ft, ... rt - - .iWMrtMSS" d '. ftSi . The Interior Journal; Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, October 4, 1918 HOW TO AVOID Page Three k Read And Think man nJ own your Why nol be one-ha- lf own home ami quit (jiving w of your earning! to Ilia other You why7 fellow 7 Echo can't beat the following; for good hornet and inveilment propoilliona. It' up to you. Look them overt BACKACHE AND NERVOUSNESS Told by Mrs. Lynch From Own Experience. ' Providence, dg,wn In mwr, a farm, of which firit and aecond river bottoms, 00 acret In corn that aer- get 10 barrels to the acre, part of lliit corn land good for 20 barrelt lliit teaton. The party cut from hit gratt land thlt year 1 IS tont to the acre, lilt tobacco crop will average 1,500 poundt to the acre. The cropt on thit farm thlt teaton will yield fully $14,000. On pike clow to good town, graded tchool, cburchet, bank, etc. Splendid neighborhood. Improvemrnlt consist of one dwelling of 7 roomt, one houte of four roomt, large ttocU barn, Urge tobae. co barn, plenty of oulbuildingt. Well fenced and tplendidly watered by river, tprlngt, wellt. About 40 acret In timber, ettimaled to cut $2,000 worth. Plenty of fruit. Thlt U a money maker and we can thow you. Don't delay at it it going to tell. Price $22,500. Onfthlrd cath, good time. Act quick. 1 No. 324 10 acret 215-aer- ( cines which did me no good. Ono dny I read about Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound and whnt it had done for women, bo I tried it. My nervousness and backache and I gained in headache disappeared. weight and feel fine, so I can honestly recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to any woman who is suffering ns I wns." Mrs. ADELINE II. Lynch, 100 Plnin St, Providence, It. I. Backache and nervousness ore symptoms or nature's warnings, which indicate n functional disturbance or an unhenlthy condition which often develops Into n more serious ailment. Women In this condition should not continue to drng along without help, but profit by Mrs, Lynch it experience, and try this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compoundand for Dpi ci.il advice write to 1 R. I. "I wm all run health, was nervous, hnd head- acnes, my duck ached all the time. I was tired nnd had no ambition for anything. 1 hnd taken a number of medi- bal-an- No. 32o itlmiit four two-'nr- r two lirn. rr"U tnrr and lota of You couldn't bogln te outhiilldinr rut lh" buildf" on thra nlaca ptane Price for what v al for tb nmr 2 Ono onrhnlf tlmvn and Ton Wane" on tltwti. Thi nine hi a to store, church and ilandv. Cl nnd In fine neighborhood. rc"lanre of wvii IIn n''s from Stanford.roonm. '7 nrr or iani located Lriiini; nnkinmrieci.uo i.ynn.niasa. "" AM THETjBETCfYBOND (My Henry Leverage.) N I am the Liberty Hondl I nm the emblem of Freedom for all humanity. I protect the weaker nations nnd strengthen the strong. I wns born through the snered duty represent the noblest of honor--- I purpose that was over granted to man. I am a respecter of sacred treaties. I succ.ir the oppressed and hold out a hand to the downtrodden nnd I l"ttom Imid jtm river corn tier acre. 15 barrel of ! tw-torv No. 320 .100 wtrt of which Ilalnnce unbind, whleh i good rnttin 'nnd. Snlrn'lid orrlmrd on the . upland. Splendid frame residence, two cood burn tfl all rerejMar" Well fnrd and flne'v watered bv river atirinira. well. In nitht of pond town and graded whool bunk. ch'irobi. etc. A Mibn-di- d reli'Mmrhood. no better In th State. Thia to ,a innnoy maker nnd ''nine and let u stilondiri horn-how vnii this proposition. Price and term right. dwelling, all nccoarv uplondid cellar, one of the best well in the- Stat" never known to go dry. A large tobarro barn, 00 four-roo- gnd for 100 No. 32 Pvtn f-- n of land, xlOO feet. Situated right nt railroad utation and cloe to schools and churches nnd in an fine neighborhood n you can find anywhere. This is n fine home nnd good dirt and the price i mre right. Only $3 000 and terms right. It will pay you to look inte this one. the Harbarian tho Vandal the Hun. I shnll conquer, for my Cut Thit Out It It Worth Money cause is right nnd whatever is right DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this always right. i I shn. enclose with 5r to 1'nlnv .( fn . I am not dismayed by defeat. with adversity. I grow with '2835 Sheffield Ave.. Chicago. Ill- each blow I strike for Right. I shall writing your name and nddress clearprevail though the wav be dark nnd ly. You will receive in return n trial long. I nm Truth, which can never package containing Foley's Honey ami lar l ompound, for coughs, colds fail. Kings, thrones, emperors nnd sat- and croup. Foley Kidney Pills and raps shall tremble nt my power. Lit- Folev Cathartic Tablets. Sold nvcrv. tle children nnd weaklings shall where. creep benenth my clonk nnd march Ruy n Liberty Horn! todayl with me to Victory. I am the vanguard of the things to be. .1 am tho cinqueror through Right nnd Kind- Bk Ki Bt a. llffs. Out of the brains of Freemen I r.nve sprung, uut ot tne loins oi pioneers I have been born. I know no creed save Fair PInv. I have no favorites save Right Doing. I toil and work nnd advance for the giea I hold that hi cruse of Democracy. world can not be half slave? and halt free I call on nil men to strike for tho lights of man. I am tho final instrument for the Federation of the World. I shall live ana grow and rule until my call I sm imperishable aril is nmv.cred I nm n bludgeon to ui.cprruptable. police this earth. I am the widow's mite which is given to the Just nnd the Children of God. I nra the Liberty liond. ft m. . hae come on this enith to WHAT IS AQUESTIONNAIRE7 It l the greatest Invention of the age, A human washing, starching and Ironing machine. For Instance. It romnels n mnn to decentlv sunnort his wife and chll. dren, and if he is not blessed with nny of these It nets ns prophet nnd evangelist In leading him to find Invalid nnd helpless relatives to be Ink en under his wing ns dependents. It causes him solicitous regard for aged, Infirm parents, or crippled, orphan brothers nnd sisters, nnd palsied and epileptic old aunts nnd uncles. He becomes chnmpion of the weak, the halt, the blind, nnd the maimed. 0 rivo me dependents he cries. Moreover, it is a sure preventive of race suicide. And, then, his Infirmities which nforctimc were hidden nrc now, acknowledged; he pines, though, because of eye defect or other disqualification which he mut y perforce suffer to debar him from service. Indeed, the most listless fellow Is encouraged to brush up nnd show the stuff that is in him; he is changed to nn industrial leader overnight, nnd nbsolutcly indispcnsible to his present employer. Stirring patriotism and nn uncon querable desire to get nt the hun, dominates all statements, cither ornl or written, to his local board; and he just couldn't restrain himself if, but, only were it not for those de pending upon him. Out of his salary of, say, $150 per month, his dependents require $147.50 for their maintenance, clearly showing how difficult it would be for them to exist, nnd one thing or other, while he would be fighting in the trenches. Thousands who have not yet examined n questionnaire will very shortly have that opportunity; but take this for your watchword: He carufull It is sharper than a 1 for-.oot- h, mil-Itnrtwo-edge- d WRIGLEYS XJaaaBaW. aEaL BLBLaafalBaHBaV A lafK. .tliiiiiiii I BBLHaBBaBal tP BWm 1 HI p0rv9 ' f B aiaiaHPiaB L k aii aLasiiV A 1 9 Jtfrir -- We will win this war Nothing else really matters until we do! sword. ifejp? m. m. m. g The Flavor Lasts . - - IPublic Sale!! OF- - Ln i 1 A V, of land of No. 328 105 acre which fiO acres cleared hnlnnce in timber of which there is some good house line" saw timber. Three-roostock nnd tobacco ham combined. 3C xfiO. 12 feet to eaves nnd all other outbuildings. Orchnnl of 200 trees. Well watered nnd fenced and close to whool and church. Th' Innd will produce 1,000 pounds of tolwceo ta the acre and from 7 to 8 barrels of corn. Price only, 11,850 and easy terms. 100 acres of land, house, barnJ12x-- l and all other ncceiwnry outbuildings. Orchard of 100 trees and 50 of these ell watponchos. Fencing new and ered by five noverfnilinir srrHes. 30 nrres cleared, balance in Mtnber. down f Price $3,500. Terms, nnd balance in one, two and throe No. 320 five-rootwo-storone-hrl- Judge Kerr, of the FuyeUe cir-icourt, ordered indictments drawn ugnlrst telephone companies knowingly permitting race bets sent over their lines. He also ordered an investigation of the operation of moving picture shows on the nt Personal Property INCLUDING M Monroe Thompson bought of an Oregon City man a farm of 80 acres on Ruck Creek, beyond Wnynesburg, Stock. Crop and Implements AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. r: for $800. 66 Years Success The Wonderful Record of Br. Tbacher's Liver and Blood Syrup. Thoso medicines which live for even n quarter of n century ate exceptional nnd continuous use for over u century is Indisputable, evidence o; two-third-- Tuesday, Oct. 15th d Carolyn Logan farm half we between Danville and Stanford, the way 9 six-year-o- v,i a. i years. No. 330 107 acres, onlv mile oft good pike. house, small hnrn, uood orchard of 1 10 trees. Well watered, good wire fencing. 92 acres cleared nnd balance in timber. Price $3,500 nnd one-quartSix-roo- On the above date will sell on the Walter S. Dunn and terms right. No. 331 300 acres of uood land close to school, church, bank, etc., nnd In fine neighborhood. Has n eight-rooresidence nnd a four-roohouse. Three Rood bams, stock scales, cribs, etc. Has over 100 ncres in bottoms that will produce splendidly, nnd the upland mostly cleared nnd In orchnnl grass. This fnrm is Fine grazing land. right nnd price right, only $12,500 terms. It will pay you to nnd ensy two-stor- investigate this one. No. 332 Nice houso nnd lot In Stanford, Kentucky, that cotitjiirin one acre of lnnd. House has tcvcu rooms, bnm, buggy house, etc. A dandy homo and on concrcto wnlk nnd close in. Price only $1,800 nnd terms right. Look at this one. Hughes & McCarty Office Phone 180 RetlJence Phonei 152 and 184 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. wonderful merit. Dr.Thachci'fl Liver nnd Wood Byrui cnine into cxlxlcncu in 1852, nnd from Hint time to tho present it has giown" in the confidence nnd catimntlon of its ycatly increasing number of users. Through nil theMj years It has steadily grown in popular favor. Its wonderful building up power In allow it in the experience of Mr. C. K. Chndwlck, Heale. Ala. "I wus nil run down in heultli," shosays. "Weighed only 101) pounds and getting worc-cverday. I began tho use of Dr. Thacher's Liver uiul Wood Syrup and toduy, I urn thankful to say, I am in Dcrfeel health ami weigh loH pounds. 1 attribute my good health to tho ue of that most wonderful medicine. 1 firmly believe thero uro numerous Mifferiug people that could bo sound nnd well by the uso of Dr. Tliucher's Ller and Wood Syrup." If you need a tonic, or u blood purl llerjlf your livorls out of order, youi stomach troubles you, or you uro con stlpated, have Indigestion or dyspepsia, try Dr. Tbacher's Liver and Wood Syrup. It is purely vegetable and t'ounot jKssibly Injure nny one. It hai been oi wonderful benefit to others. tucreforobhouUl command your nttcn lion. All dealers In mcillcfuv sell II tuid will recommend it. THE PENNY DRUG STORE THE LINCOLN PHARMACY - following property to the highest bidder: One pair nice I hree-- y ear-ol- d mare mules, two pairs of very fine d mules, one work mare, seven milk cows, two mare heifers, four yearling heifer calves, thoroughbred Hereford steers, 2 brood sows heifer, five weanling calves, two 50 pounds, 25 and some pigs, 40 hogs, weighing shoats, seven hog houses, one. thoroughbred Duroc boar, two 4,000 tobacco sticks, 300 shocks of corn, gear and harness, one riding and one walking plow, three scro tellers, two farm wagons, one good Deering binder, one good Deering mower, one hay frame, one corn planter and chain, one corn sheller, two riding cultivators. TERMS made known on day of sale. ld V 'V 900-poun- 900-poun- d I 1 75-pou- nd self-feeder- s, - iU WALTER S. DUNN F. T. LOGAN Agent for Carolyn Logan ' . ac9. "i!PB"i",-,i-Mii';!i'-1- 1' i,r " "'"'i.?lji"1 ' i .jpu,yi' 'ii"""" -- Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Octoberj4,j9l8 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL C. W.lton and al M w MONEY? If you want money to increase your Wheat t. J. H. Wright atmnftH, r- - Crop, If you want money to harvest your Corn Crop, If you want money to buy cattle and hogs to produce meat for our boys in France, If you want money to buy Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds, Come and see us at Lincoln County National Bank k The Bank on the "corner next to PREPARING FOR VICTORY An armistice having been declared Court-house- " M a new-recor- d MfnJ mtlttr. TO THE DEMOCRATS OF LINCOLN COUNTY For gome reason, I enn't for tha life of me Imnglne, I hnve been by the State Cnmnnlirn Com. nilttee as chnirmnn of the .democratic pariy in Lincoln county in the pre, cnt campaign. If I possess nny tW- ness lor mo important position I nm not aware of it. but I bellow I nm n democrat and I hnVte never, nor win i ever inner wncn n call from democracy comes to me. My business requires a grrnt deal of my time nnd hence I will have to depend on the gentlemen whom I will select ns my assistants to do most of the work, so when they nrc Informed of their selection they nmy know nt once that thev have some duties to perform. I do not suppose there is a person in the county who is more desirous of party success nt all times than I am, nnd I am mone anxious this time than ever because a democrat worthy the name must succeed the lamented James. A democrat must also succeed Congressman Harvey Helm nnd Mr. Helm is the man. Stanley nnd Helm must be the winners this fall nnd Lincoln county ns usual mustbc in the democratic column. A smnll majority will not suffice, but one of not less thnn 500 should be the nim. Let every lover of democracy and pood government try to mnke it thnt or moe. I shall not insist on nny work being done until after the Liberty Honds are floated, for to me the sale of bonds should be above everything. So. let's po ocr the top wi(h the bonds nnd then got down to business nnd go far over with Stanley for Senator and Helm I ongrcssman. Asking the gallant democracy of Lincoln county to aid me in every way possible when I call upon them nnd hoping for the biggest nnd best majority in vcars, I K. C. WALTON. nm very truly, While the sale of Liberty Loan Bonds in Lincoln county has hardly come up to expectations, those in chnrge hnve done good work nnd nro tfr4 tff ml tUtt mtil Your "Fall" Needs We have received moat of our Fall and Winter goods, Men's and Boys' fine Suits, Coat 3weatcrs Are to be found at this store. ancl Caps. The Walk-Ove- r and Nettleton Shoes, also other good makes "at lower prices. The best Ladies' ancl Misses' Shoes on the market. Work Shoe will last longer than any other shoe The Witch-El- k made. Puttee, Riding Leggins, also the plain canvas leggins. A fine assortment of Leather Suit Cases and Traveling Bags. Buster Brown Hose for Youths, Boys ancl Misses. Suspender and Supporters for men, boys ancl chilThe y dren. Our line of Hats is better than ever. A full line of Munsing-WeaTuf-NGloves and O'Bryan Overalls for the workingman none better. Our store is full of new Fall Goods, prices right. Call and look them over. Nu-War. ut McROBERTS, BAILEY & RUPLEY "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" STANFORD, KY. sa s ft teeth, but are determined to make for large democratic to be congratulated. The quotn for majorities. every democrat will by the speaker of both parties till come to the If this county is $338,3(50, which is an front General after the Liberty Loan drive, of the duty, there will be annd do his full "normous sum, but ns more than n full realization third James Garnctt, chairman of it has been raised there is their is- - putting spookcr's-bureain his of the nirhopes and aims. Victory is no reason to feed uneasy about th? but eternal vigilance is the n big of- in sparo time arranging for fnnl result. Our people arc Drone He will have price of it and there must be no Ho take their time about almost every- fensive afterwards. most distinguished slackers. some .of the thin? anil in the purchase of Liberty speakers in the country deliver adHonds are making It is very probable that Camp Tay. Chairman J. S. Hooker,no exception in Kentucky and for two dresses who probn'j) weeks the woods will ring with fer- lor will have added soon a place of knows this people ns well ns any man Chairman Thos. S. confinement for from 500 to 1,000 in the county, snvs the amount asker vent oratory. Ithca nnd Secretary Seldon It. Glenn, German prisoners, to be disposed of an Frank C, Brown, assistant super- we be sold will to risk his judmc"' i aro not going to be satisfied by putarc willing n congressional intendent of the Lenguc nnd stand by his ns,sort:on. ting Stanley and the In b nominees over by the skin of their of this State, is deiffl at Owcnsboro. meantime every person man, woii an or child who can possibly &" si should buy n bond and thus hnve- J part and parcel in the w.nning of th "intest victory the wnrhl has pp -Monev and men wi'l ml known. that victory. The bos have m on ' lives, u nee I be to win an I hir i "rtild be a burning shame to dep-- i DENTIST them of anything that our mi'i' ' j ran buv for them. It taks monev , ' to carry on war and it will t ke n Will Be p i leariui ioc 10 arromnnsn in end. Will we let our boys over there want for food, clothlnir. iimmnntnn or Anything cUe? Ask yourself th question and if you have not houcht FOR A WEEK OR TWO a bond nnd do not intend to, tlunk what your answer will be. u, Ani-Snloo- PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction at my farm 2 miles from Stanford on the Stanford & Danville pike, beginning at 10 A. M., DR. M. K. PENNINGTON At r - ue-ir- Crab Orchard, Monday, Oct. 7th Office with Drs. M. M. Phillips and J Frank r Jones. AH Work Guaranteed - Cash Paid For Cream The Dixie Butter Co. Cream Station will be located in the Western Union Telegraph building, 1 I 5 cream. Lancaster St. We pay top prices for Cream received all day and any day. W. A. CARSON, Mgr. The Byrne Optical Service Good reports come from various parts of the county, nnd country as well, concerning the Senatorial nnd Coni'ressional races. There seems nothing surer than that Gov. Stanley will defent Dr. Ben L. Bruncr for U. S. Senator, nnd of course everybody who knows anything nt all knows that Congressman Hnrvey Helm is going to best our other townsman, Dr. It. L. Davison. With Gov. Stanley in the scat of the lamented Ollie James, Kentucky would hnve two Senators who could be depenned on at all times to aid the President in his every measure, for Senator Beckham is showing his patriotism on all occasions even if he did do, as we honed he would, vote against woman suffrage. Beckham and Stanley sounds good to us. nnd we nre just "as confident that Gov. Stanley is going to be a Senator as we aro that Senator Beckham is one There will bo only two democrats to vote for nt the November election nnd a stamp in the circle under the rooster will record your vote for both of them. So Htamp under the game cock nnd your vote will be counted for Senator Stanley nnd Congressman Helm, nnd all will be well. So far as we have been able to gather, the democratic papci'.i are standing together for Gov. Stanley, the nominee for U. S. Senator and urging his election, both becaus" ho is eminently fitted for the position by study, ability and experience and be-- f use th"y believe with President Wili-othat it is of the utmost thnt the administration should have tho support of its real friends. It is a good omen nnd spells ictory at the polls in November. Beckham here nro now no tand no Stanley democrats, but they pro one and indcvisiblc, bent on clct- ng of tho party a nominees and help ing tho President to win thj, war. There does not seem to be thebhadow of n doubt of the election of Gov, Stanley, but overconfidence must not make any democrat cease to do his full duty. Get busy now nnd keep it up until Victory is won. y Eyes Tested. Glasses Fitted. 18 Years' Ex- perience. 12 Years in Lincoln and Adjoining Counties. AT The Bell Hotel, Liberty, Ky., Oct 7th to 12th. J. J. BYRNE Optometrist I Employ No Agents V I Optician Senntor Beckham has killed himself with tho suffragettes by voting against equal HuiTrngc, but ns they aro not likely to bo able to voto when he runs for reelection, ho probably is n)t hurt much. It is mighty hard for those of us who wnnt to keep women out of the slime of politics to gut on to the now order of things, even if tho party has declared for female suffrage and the President has done all in his power to consummate it by the adoption of the Susan B. Anthony amendment Bell county will vote on n bond of $70,000 for the building of a court-hous- e at tho November election. The building there was destroyed by fire last Mpring.-- 1 wm is-s- The following described personalty: HORSE STOCK fillies, one by CarrollPreston, one by KenThree tucky Gentleman.and one by son of Carroll Preston; three fillies, two by Carroll Preston, one by draft horse; draft mare, yearling draft filly, good one; 2 yearling draft horse colts, draft horse, 0 brood mares and colts. CATTLE black bull, 4 One steers, 2 black ancl 2 heifers, 4 black, 4 red; 27 yearling steers, all good; red, 8 2 yearling heifers, 4 Short yearlings, 5 cows, reds and blacks, 5 cows and calves, reds and blacks; 5 Jersey cows. JACK STOCK Two yearling jacks, good ones; 2 jennets, heavy in foal. MULES mules, 5 mares, horse; 2 Six yearling mare mules, horse mule, red sorrel; horse mule, horse mule, 2 aged mare mules, aged horse mule. HOGS 40 100-lshoals, 30 pigs. Twelve brood sows, SHEEP Thirty-fiv- e ewes, 2 yearling ewe lambs, 4 bucks. FARMING IMPLEMENTS Two walking cultivators, 3 turning plows, ' hay rake, 1 harrow, 3 double shovel plows, 3 tobacco plows, i mowing machine, iron section roller, I disc harrow, I Kentucky wheat drill, Superior fertilizer wheat drill, corn planter (new), corn sheller, interest in new Deering binder, John Deere riding plow, used one season, Frazier cart, 2 wagons, hay frame, wagon and plow gear. FEED 350 bales clover hay, 900 bales straw, 50 bales alfalfa hay. TERMS $ 0.00 and under cash, over $ 0.00 negotiable note, with six per cent interest from date. DINNER SERVED BY STANFORD D. A. R.'s. I 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 I I b. 2-- I 60-too- th 1 1 I I I I 1 1 1 T. A. RICE, Stanford COL. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. f Thf Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, October 4, 1918 -: T i Pafee Five BODY OF REED ARRIVES Tho body of Luclcn Reed, whoe denth up In Rhode Island wns mentioned In these columns several dnyn ngo, did not arrive until Thursday nftcrnoon, when It wns tnken to thn home of his fnthcr, Mr. Mnrt Reed, of the Highlnnd section, nnd buried this morning. Young Reed wns In training for service overseas when he faaaaaaese -- -i It a JnWalktr, WITH TIIE CHURCHES Trio nnuf TlnnfUf John C. Tnylor, will IfL.tA ..III. 1.1a . -.-- flf" ' FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN BONDS CALL AT ONCE AT ARE FOR SALE. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OR SOME OTHER BANK AND SECURE YOURS. Lincoln County's Quota Is $338,350 Oct court-house- PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mr .nnd Mrs. P, W. Whim came I). A It. I urged up from Liberty to see the Trophy . tn moot nt 4:30, trnln. Mrs. Albert Phillips nnd baby have Misi Mnrgcry Cocking, of McKln-t- , returned from a visit to her purcntx I.i vinlting tier --.later, Hrs. II. II, nt mciioinxvillc, Mrs. G. II. Preston, of Junction IIorkln, nt Dayton, O. Mm. Jtattlo, Hooch nml Mlsa Kvn City, wo up Thursday with her nunt, Caldwell woru over from Wayne? flir. rcrmeiin iirown. Miss Kiln Mny Snuntlcrs hns re Iwnr to ace the Trophy trnln. MIm Joanphine Cnrienter went to turned from Iiuiavllle with a fresh Iuhnillc Wcilncsdny nftcrnoon to new atoek of full millinery, which the en tor Oie Concrvntory f Mimic. invites me indies to inspect, Miss Mlnnche VnnDeveer is here Mr. O. V. Reynold and family, of Itood House, III., Irnvu been liore vis- from Morgnnton, N. C to see her it inn hU pnrvntn, Mr nml Mr. P T. lather, Mr. M. U. VnnDeveer, who continues ill, but it thought to be Reynold. Mi-- . W. It. Hawkins of Middle. somewhat better thnn he hns bepn. i Hip gueat of her parent. Mr. Misses Kitty nnd Mnggie Jones left Iwro, and Mr. Bedell Chancellor, nt WnU Thursday afternoon to visit their hrother, .Mr. w L. Jones, nt Jackson, nat Pint. While nwny they will spend Mm. Frank I. I.ee and Frank Miss. Welch Iee, of Miildloahorn. nrc witrni time nt Vlcksburg nml other UiicaU f her brother, Mr J Vplch Mississippi towns hnclicatcr. " ANOTHER DRILLER AT WORK SiipU (Inrlund Singleton baa rented The Southern Oil Co is busy drill-'i-- l Mrv W. A. Hnll'a residence on Knit tour hair becomes light, wav. . well at the head of (Silmoro tltilTy, alioundnnt and nppenrs as soft, Main atreet and will mure to it'flrst reek, on the Lewis Cook place, with lustrous and beautiful as a young of the week. This jrlrl's after a "Danderine hair Mlw Mary Vanoy went to (.exing-to- n proapeeta of oil in n few (lays Ira is I'insp Thuradny morning to viait her field -- almiit two miles from the oil Just try this moisten n niece, who ar taking a (twines s ure nd tovtHHl judge my that oil cloth with a little Danderine and h encountered. The carefully draw it through your hair course, there. Mtfaatr. A. M. llmtt. John ltobirw, Southern Co. drilled another well to rakmir one small straud at a time. a depth of 250 ftt, and atrikint a This will ileensp the It. I Smith and Rev. I,. N. Wowlin, of dust, oil and in just a of llndhand, cam down to ee tlm Kiod flow of jraa, plugged it. Col. dirt and exri-nMonroe Thompaon, who woa over few momenta you have doubled the Trophy train. MK. H. 5. Skilea mid family from Waynrsbunr to see the" Troph beautv of your hair. the Hur nt Beanies lieaulifvinir and 0. Raymond Skilyt and family, train Thursdayof afternoon, told this paper that all the pump have not once, Danderine dissolve every mr- f Clrali Orchard, mm down to arrived yet. and tin pumping can tie urie j nnnnnm ; riennm-H- , purine, th Trophy train. Mrij J. W. Cocking and Mr. and aatiaf ai tonly done until they nrc hII and invurorutc the scalp, forever among thoae put in. The pipe line is laid and a stopplnv itchiiiK and fnllinv hair lira. J. S MnSlry r few Hut what will please ou imxl will from MrKinnry who nnit' down to whenconnections haAe boon made, ami the other immps arrive the he after n few weeks' use wht-- von i the Trophy train. work will begin in earnest, MlfiH Klisalmth farter uo- will actually see new hair fine and ha redcjl Mr. ('Inrenci- 1.....1Singleton n MRS. SOUTH TO SPCAK HCP.E ' downy nt first- - e but really new ..:. ..:.... i ., ii... p....m iiiiiii iniiirvit ...tit.' Mrs. i,..t, iviwii It hair growing all over the li illcliiy.1 Ul III. ii" , John (!. , South will speak. to you tare lor pretty, son nair mm nt.... i linn, viniir nti hbipiiii. Iota of it. surely get n small bottle Mrs. Sam llishop. of the McCor- - th" 7,m"n of '"'"J", co""ly ,S at 3 o'clock of Knowlton's Dnndcrine from any mark's church section is snendinir iflfc..nf'crm,V".' Jjiie comes for drmrgist or toilet counter for a few i,Ip. Mm." 1"" couri-nous- c .vnl urnL. ulth counl cents. Kilwanl Lonke. at Inillnnspolis. Ind. '"c l""l"e ' which '.Is to beThe member of the W. C. T. U.Jfor -- 8 continue for one CENT-A-WOR- D ADS .n'1 will meet in the lecture room of thol'n ,0ct:, r 1 frnt a word each Christian church nt 2.30 next Tues-- ! wtV',In every k.th'n enrda nre to be (A..t put home in the county S ih n tlr ro .1 rrh dny nftcmoon. A full attendance is .Mctlioilist sen-icent the couit-hous- u I'OTnilUB-Oo- od lioTse nniTbuK rfctdred. -Sunday mornini; nt lOMTi, gy. (I. H. Alnsters, Stanford. Ky. ship on which I sailed, nr- The preaclilni nved wifely overseas,' Is the nies wl'o1 nt hy tne - pastor. Sunday ?:l; JlcT.- D; lln.lr" FOR tuiro Timothv sec Newland & sajo Dr. W. 11. O'llAnnon recohwl will preach nt Nenl's Creek Sunday Newland 'Jii.C-K- i purity. 9fJr'i irermi- 75-t- f fonn his son, lister O'llnnnon. the afternoon nt 3 o'clock. Sunday school nntinn. Irice right. other day, FOR SALK 30 cattle, weighing nt uwu. Mra. Fred Ileynolds, formerly of between 600 nnd 1,000 pounds. They KintfR Motintnin, but now located nt Miss Kugenin nre good feeders. WAR MOTHERS TO MEET 4 Detroit, sends $1 B0 nnd snys: "Send 70-t- f The War Mothers of America, will Dunn. HuRtonvnie.JCy. the I. J. to me. Am lost bore withmeet in the circuit court room toA steer, two yenrs old, KSTRAY out my old home iinper." Mr. and Mra, W. P. Kincnid. of morrow, Saturday, nftcrnoon nt 2:U0 enme to my place Sept. 2.1. Owner Stanford, have taken rooms in tho o'clock. All war mothers, wives and can get same by paving for lua keep t. liender, Junction Dixlo Inn nnd are being cordially sisters in tho town nnd county are and this ad. to atten. I this City, Ky. welcomed to Richmond, whore he will "nrei'tly entreated wlu'n '. "; t,I,0C1ut" of permn- ' "u,,t,n1?1 MONEY" TO LOAN on improved .iigugo in the tobacco busiuoas. repay from farms in Lincoln nnd Hoyle counties leers will be h,1'"1 Richmond Register. .,u national convention given, nnd Rest terms. Lowest rate of Inter-es- t. ..... -- ..I i.- - w ii ii. m""y UTereiit committees on t llox 105. Someri.et.Jvy. rolurniMl from Nnshvillo, where they.-- " vk i.K) nted riiis organ iza- went to take their, son, Edwin Wcl- - w',r FUUNITURK, Mn'ttlngs.'Druggets utul interest to all Rugs. Wall Paper, Lace Curtnins of. mo burn, who has nu.triru.atui. at Vonlinvo the service of durbilt University. They had a wry who Unitedloved ones in again wo beg Window Shndes. Trunks, Suit Cases Stutes ami delightful trip down and back In the Pictures, Stoves " their car. Returning they came by the mothers to cooperate with us. W. A. Tribble, Stanford Secretary. llio Lincoln I 'a nil in county, "FOR SALE Double roller nml visited other placea of interest, high grade Polled tJo Ciimd Shortas well. They had few auto troubles witCutarrhi CannotVTIONS. i. .vrpl.ic horn wennbng bulls. Snmo i..i eitiier way. lh 1.1111 u( he ilweut .oin.ol loaili Peri heron geldings and I lo.i-- l Mr. C. It. Coleman, vice president in .rrh lS JdcoH. arfnth More tw of tho Coleman Mining Cumixiny nt ii . i idr br e,cm I'titl.mal conallt'ins, an I mares.Kv. A. W. Carpenter, 75-t- f InmL It m'U must lake an lo Fox Kidge, hns three sous now in iiu ii j 'I i.ni'S ( utarrh Ml 'II Mill FOR SALK PRIVATKLY -- Tw . 1.1KM1 liiirri'illy ami ucia thru tho Hunice of Uncle Sam. Lieuteninn farnih ant Harris W. Coleman. Thomas (.!. )i lit .1 on thu un nun niirfaroa o( wth. proved, one of 170 acres, well im i bill a mile from town and on pike; iMmn. I'uurrh Mullt'tta Colcninn nml Clinton E. Coleman, ti iilbul by una ol in.' Iwat the other of bu ncres close to town who has entered the Olllcors' Trainus i iitimry f r ii it la imri .ar All good land. W. O. Floyd, Hust, n '' ' ing cump, in the machine gun corps, cf th" Ii I turi. kinwn .1 nii'i 7.1 H. i i' tr m IiUmi'I Wile. Ky tc r fth nl Camp Hnncnek, All three boys itli n ii'ii T'lt In uJi"lt i nun, M of FOR RBNT House in Stanford. volunteerod their services, nnd each ih. 'iti t i n ti v Ii t in,)rt fill centrally located, with Urge yard one of Ilium holds an A. II. degreo ill III al. rrlnil Hvild for garden, poultry ynrd nnd barn, with from tho University of Virginia. silrn,,nl iU frfi nrage, young orchard, wnter in They aro natives of Lincoln county, f l i in l t rn .Vrnim., Toledo, O. citehen. Possession given by middle Ml llriiui'isi' and hnvu a national reputation as - ,n' .llpatlon ! ii ii , ... or last of October. Mrs. L. M. nthlotiw. Pinuillo Sun. Or will soil home. 2F r e -u-n -- Unptist church Sunday mornlnjr, when It Is hoped thnt every member IDroiMtaewli-GwalfDdoa- ril oj mo cnurcn nnd mnny others will TVlian you atmoit rtla with your bo present. Sunday night thofi on and corm make you atmoit er ministers of the city willthe othRnthey walk lday to Ret away from there nnd Rive Rev. Taylor nnd his the pain, take a vacation for a minute or two and apply 2 or 1 drop! I family n hearty welcome. Christian Church Sunday school, 10 A. M; Lord's Supper nnd morn Inir sermon, 10:IB, subject, "Some Impressions." Miss Davison will direct the music nt both Sunday school nnd prcnchinR periods. Cordial corporation with her leadership is urged. Plcnso note thnt the service is continuous. Union Christian Kndenvor nt the Presbvterinn church OHT) P. M. Union service nt Bnntlst church 7:30 P. M. Prcsbjterinn Church Sundny, Oct, C, Itnlly Dny will be observed by n speeinl service nt 1 1 .o'clock. The Sundny school classes will tnkn nnrt. The Sundny school will meet ut 0:45. A special invitation is Riven by the Truth Seekers class to join the Sun"Mr Cm. r..l CU.d Oil. Wilh 'Ct-tl- ' "I dny school next Sundny. All the of tha world's maRle and only sen rhool In tho church nnd nil thn "Oets-It.- " Then, ulne church In the school is the slojnn for and then only, will you ba sure that your corn will looien from your ton imny uny. mo unloir service on co that you enn p"el It right off Sundny nli?ht will be held nt the Hnp- frlnrlouily mny with your flngtra. usi cnurcn. a royni welcome to Take no etinnces of continued pain Stnnford will be given by tho pnstors why u is Rrrasy, Irrl and orn-- s tatlnrr satvts, plnstrrs that shift and people of nil the other churches press Into the "oulak," rntors and and ''cIlKRfrs" that maka corns bleed tc Rev. John C. Taylor nnd family. rnd also grow faster? lias pnlnlesi, AUTO TURNED TURTLE easy, always sure "(lets-I- t There's only on like It In tha world that'a While comimr down to sen thn at-It- " Millions have tried and Trophv train Thursday nftcrnoon, the O. KM It for years It never falls. nuto j. u. Willis was driving turned (lMa.lt," tho RUaranteed. money nrtle .when it rnn over n dog and back tha only lure wnr, cod- - tmt a trifle at any ilnnt atom. Mr. Willis' right hand wns bndly cut. M'f'd by 12. Lawrence A Co- - Chicago. IllSam Perkins, who wns with him, "hnd oum in aiuniurd and recommend- one of his legs so bndly cut that it ed as the world's bet corn remedy wns nccessnry for the doctor to tnko, by The Penny Drue Store. n half hozen or so stitches in sewing un the wound. Two colored people TO CELEBRATE COLUMBUS DAY wno were In the enr escaped injury. October 12th. Columbus Uuy, will The mnchine wns bndly dnmnged. be mnde an Interesting day in Stan ford. We hope people will be here THEBULL'S EYE from nil over the county The WomDon't fnii to be nt the opcrn house an's Club will serve coffee and sand- tomorrow, Saturdny night, to see the wiches. The proceeds will no towards first installment of "The Bull's Eye," supportltiL n rrench ornhnn. There the greatest Western serinl thnt hns will be n lot of pretty Kirls present yet been sent out. Besides thist the to men s ii re nil wno nre interested In Western film of five reels, 1,Six this jood cause. By tmyintr 1(1 cents Shooter Andy," will be shown. And n foot for your height, you can have nil for 10 nnd lfic. n lot of fun, nnd also donate to this Those schools in the county 100 worthy obligation. per cent Red Cross since last report nre: Mr. Willie Hnle, Wuvncsburg; C1RLS1 CIRLSI TRY ITI Miss Ida Martin, Morcland:"Mr. ClarSTOP DANDRUFF AND BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR ence Singleton, Rowland; Miss Jennie Newland nnd Miss Katy Lynn Wood, H falling out ind gets of the Graded School, Stanford. top Who will bo the next ones? thick, wavy, ttron-- ; nd beautiful. , rorn-petlcr, r, - "ItfffTfor Cim mint.. his boin ii 4 -.. t.'l innl L. WORKING TO PAY FOR BONDS Mr, Will Mntt Murphy, of tho Southern End of the county, Is n pntriotle trcntlcmnn nnd his exnmnln should bo emulated. He is 71 yenrs oki, nnu noiwitnstnniiing thnt rnct ho wnlks four miles to his work on tho railrond each dny. Asked why ho wns working so hard In his old dnys, he replied, "The boys are doln-mfighting nnd I feel thnt I should do something for them. I nm nulllnt every doilnr I enn tnnke Into Liberty Bonds nml Wnr Savings Stamps." y wns n fine boy nnd the people of his home nrc grcntly saddened by his contracted the fatal influenza. Ho Parties who have not paid their coi,nts macic prjor t(j juiy it i98; will please come forward and pay at once, as I am compelled to raise money and must take steps to collect. ac-tXLj- AT i The Lincoln Pharmacy J. W. ACEY, Proprietor Tie !&o Store Ladies' High Shoes New Fall Styles in Grey, Brown and Black i 1 w. CRAB ORCHARD, E. PERKINS KENTUCKY Oliver Riding Plows Disc Harrows and Superior Grain Drills ViNOL MAKES WEAK WOMEN SIM Positive Convincing Are Ready For You W. H. HIGGINS, - - Stanford, Ky. ZV!XrxXlB(ttUieZZFW7E?!BSem,4illUS&M g . . i. Proof Ve publish the formula of Vinol to prove convincingly that it has the power to create strength. GlycTtipho.rh.tn, CaKtrio. Any woman who buys a bottlaof Vinol for a weak, nervous condition and finds after giving it a fair trial it did not help her, will have her money returned. You see, there is no guess work about Vinol. Its formula proves there is nothing like it for all weak, overworked, nervous men and women and for feeble old people and delicate children. Try It once md be convinced. Penny's Drug Store nnd druggists run-dowrun-dow- J. W. WEBER KNIFELESS CHIROPODIST T Cod Llrr and Prpton's, Iron and Msngan'tercptonatet, lronr J i A'nmonium Citrate, Llm and Su JS ' Df .r "'K''k s F(oot Doctor THE HUNN HOUSE STANFORD, KY. .....--.....- . t? n f - ht-- ) tll ..., tt everywhere. Get Clothes; That Save For You There are other ways of sav ing man dv noc spending money; sometimes the greatest saving of all is when you do spend money. That's what happens when you buy Hart 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 them. " 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 all-wool -- 80-S- p I . 72-8- J&JZ$SS& V2F Culti-pneke- r, ... tfrLjrtr22fittr0' la V . aAV 22 o i iy In-i ld .(' i "T v; ViV pl'V-lolu- n. I I '. ' ' 11 1 c & T I Good-knlgh- t. )M ! Welch's -- W I --- AfPI , "-- m , ii raPI-Ill - ijV "','.' . Ii.i.jij -- i.ii a uj.il i ' aj i. a.. n. nn i,t,fi,iiiiip,tr'i'flT ttnlTT TTl flBHMHMsHKIiC9HBMa3asiHBHBailHIHBHM p?Tu' . ,p fM?!!i;ll11!llV!n!;I!!!!IMMlft'!Il'I!IlI!l!TWTy'?''''',ir' Til "I'rPTTI 'llliHJl(iHjrltIHIlIIHfTtTTtl Ulllrni , i, vfsjilH I I, I I f iifM 'lll The Penny Drug Store The Kiddies Favorite Fountain Ky. mnre, broke to ride for lady or gent. This Is a lino mure, will mnko a fine driving mare. Will sell theso horses on credit to suit buyer. Can bo seen at my barn. G. II, Masters, Stanford, 78-2- 78-tHooch. Mnrelnnd, Ky. FOR SALE Sevenshouts, weight about CO pounds: ono horse, rides good, and a good driver; in good shnpo; ono bay mnre, lienvy mane, slim, lengthy tail, foretop sheared, front shoes corked in thin condition, good wnlker and foxtrotter, strayed or stolen from near Phil, Cusev county, Sept 27th Notify Charlie Daniel, Cooper Ky. It FOR SALK House nnd "three ncres of land. House has seven rooms, big porch, good outbuildings. i.ntui wen tenced, fruit trees and sev- -, eral chestnut trees. Hood cistern, neverfniling well, nlso pond. Any one desiring to see property, writo John V p' ST15AYI.D Oil STOLKN 1 Illnck Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes Phillips & Phillips I f Stanford's Biggest S Copyikht Man Schaffner & Marx F RbrjaBJHE&l"jUAjKaM l" i . wfinTBmiBUwiBn TisrBamt, rV " . --.- ?' tTr . ? i viiiNiiieKBrnt'Tirv -' " wwWMPWtrsprlOTP,wiiJWl'i' acLraBiBSkfc -W"wnf?ipw ",-- ". - 111 , vir "?. ''' Ji ArtHMIflMKaBlllllllllVliKililllilllillllllllllllllllllllHRKilillllilllliillllllllllllMIRHHHiii""'illllMilllllllllllllllMliHinSHBA m pg" THKaVHnHBWr ""'T"'" njwt i' v.Krfr '.,rJit,,'X:vx-KTW- YIH imritommLK' mra&mugmm wmmTmmmmamMamMiMsmmm M ' .' .!-- .' mi ' Im -- -- r . . Page Six 14 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, October CHAPPELL'S GAP Born to the wife of .Aaron Nonks, a flno girl. Tho young lady has been christened Dorthn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charley Jesswcin nnd hnmlsomo little daughter, Helen, have gone to Gary, Intl., where lr. Josswein will bo employed in n factory manufacturing supplies for tho povernment. Mr. John Reynolds, of Camp Znch-a- n Tnylor, is with his wife nml children here, on n short furlough He returns to the ramp Oct. 10th. Rev. James W. Dishon has gone to Missouri on n short visit. Mrs. Pnui Jcssweln, of Gnry, Intl., visited her pnrtnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Arch Anderson. Little D. Turner is about well of fever. Prnver sen-icent Mt. Olive on ench Thursdny evening. Mr. George Nonkcs, who is employed by the L. & N. near Elizabeth-town- , Is with homefolks here. Mr. Frank Kidd conducted the services nt prnyer meeting nt Ephesus church Inst Sunday night. Mr. W. II. Middleton has been down nt Preachersvillc helping "Rod" Jim Miller house n large tobneco cron. Recent word from France says that Mr. Raymond Dishon. who was in a Paris hospital for n long time. wns sulTer-ini- r is now back on duty. from n bad v .nil in the nrm. While the wri" hns not the pleas ure of a n1" .jnal ncqunintnnce with the ynu-- g man, we are satisfied that h" ' u fine fellow ns everybody back ' in hi home speaks well of him. Corporal Dishon is n son of Mr. nnd s d 4, 1918 Children Cry for Fletcher's Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which hns been la use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- CLjC&ffljfrjfaj- - snnal suPervlsion since its infancy. -vtryr. Allow no one t0 deccive yotf in tHs All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good- " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contain.', neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and aatural 6leep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friena. STANLEY'S POSITION ENDORSED Tho Wnr Department hns issued nn order requiring that tho German language bo taught in the institutions where the Government provides for tho military trnlnlng of students, tho purpose being to equip them for intelligent scnlce, ns Governor Stanley showed In his veto of tho Gerninn lnnguniro bill was nbso- lutcly necessary. Will Dr. Bruner take notice nnd cense to hnrp on n question that has been settled by tho We doubt Nationnl Government? it, ns it will deprive him of his only nrgument ngnintt "Stnnleyism." HATCHER SELLS HIS FARM Mr. W. A. Hntchcr, who bough; the Mnrcum farm from A. W. Vnrpentur scvernl yenrs ngo, has sold It to D. O. Lewis, his neighbor, for ft good price Hatcher is undecided ns to his future but will more than probably rrmnln in Lincoln county, wc nro glad to state. When you have bnckactio tho liver or kidney are sure to he out of (jenr Try Sanol, It does wonders for the A trlnl liver, kidneys nnd blnddor. 30p bottle will convince you. dot It nnd will give possession 'itttt Sconomy have rucn ovcr-ioof- iiiiiiMiiniiiiniiiniimiii '! i m tole leather All other itemi that enter Into the niaVing of 'a pair of ihoea are higher tome aeveral hundred per cent. Sinci 1911 both nlfilln jrul ii Our advice, In view of this aituation, pay at least 7.50 to 111 for your hoea. It it tre economy. The aatUfaction you Ret from the better workmamhip and material' will justify the expenditure. Come in and ace our Crossett models for Fall. V J" lit I What is CASTOR I A Jan. 1st. Mr. (O rossetL ofoe tiww lifes HltyA Bsy" trwni'uv at tho druc store. Passengers nrriving nt Mobile from Progreso, Mexico, report Hour tell Ir.g there nt f'2 per pound; eggs J J V f' cents apiece, young chicken ench and ico $G0 per ton, with $ "1 added for delivery. ' j GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS In S2iSi5r .Use 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 Mrs. Will Dishon. Aaron Nonkes killed n snnke of tho cowsuckcr variety. Anron didn't only kill it but showed For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought Trustees Lincoln County Schools, 1918 Graded No. I W. B. McKinrcy, Ch, Stanford. J. IJ. Foster, Stanford. J. L. Heazley, Stanford. J. P. Smith. Stanford. Carroll Shanks, Stanford. Rural Division No. 1 W. M. Kogers, Hubble. C. L. Itankin, Stanford. Fren VonGruenigen. Stanford. Barney Davis, Stanford. G. A. Young, Stanford. T. J. Morris, Stanford. Wm. Mftthcny, Stanford. S. A. llixson, Stanford. R. G. Dudderar. Stanford. J. I. Wilmott, Lancaster. W. II. Hester, Lancaster. Kcnley Bnstin, Stanford. Graded No. 25 W. E. Perkins, Ch., Crab Orchard. H. G. Sidles, Crab Orchard. R. H. Bronnugh, Crab Orchard. J. It. Kdmiston, Crab Orchard. W. II. Pettus. Crab Orchard. Rural Diviiion No. 2 W. B. Jordan, Crab Orchard. Jackson Saylor, Crab Orchard. J. B. Blanton, Crab Oi chard. G. P. Hendrickson, Crab Orchard. Mart Smith, Crab Orchard. W. K. Harness, Crab Orchard. B. I. Blankenship, Crab Orchard. John Jufer, Crab Orchard. Wm. Lindgraf, Waynesburg. D. It. IJobinson, Stanford. J. B. Wade, Crab Orchard. Manford Ueynolds, Crab Orchard. Graded No. 46 J. A. Stamper, Ch., Waynesburg. J. M. Reynolds, Waynesburg. R. Y. Ilnllard, Waynesburg. A. K. Caldwell, Waynesburg. A. B. Morgnn, Waynesburg. Graded No. 53 W. D. Lnswell, Ch., Kings Mountain. Milton Trimble, Kings Mountain. Edmond Murphy, Kings Mountain. Cread Roberts, Kings Mountain. J. W. Revnolds, Kings Mountain. Rural Division No. 3 G. D. Hogue, Waynesburg. Otto Howson, Waynesburg. Joseph Phelps, Waynesburg. J. R. Morroll, Waynesburg. Vernon Smith, Waynesburg. W. T. Sims, Waynesburg. W. M. Long, Stanford. J. W. Young, Waynesburg. G. W. Owens, Waynesburg. A. K. Singleton, Waynesburg. Milton Wnrrcn. Waynesburg. II. W. Carter, Waynesburg. J. C. Hundlely, Waynesburg. J. M. Padgett, Waynesburg. Graded No. 10 .las. D. Depp, Hustonville. Nathan Hicks, Hustonville. A. J. Weddle, Hustonville. John If. Wile, Hustonville. Wm. Rigney, Hustonville. Rural Division No. 4 Fleming Curtis, Stanford. G. W. Moore, Hustonville. Clay Snow, Arabia. Lou Elliott, Hustonville. J. W. Hughes, McKinney, J. W. Spaulding. Moreland. Wm. Ellis, Moreland. George Coffey, Stanford. Wm. McCormack, Stanford. John Camenisch, Stanford. Chris. Dreisler, Moreland. J. J. Gover, McKinney. George Montgomery, McKinney. John Scarbrough, Arabia. Letters from Mr. Ollic Rentz. now sen-icin France, say he ii getting along fine. Mr. Reniz is n corporal nt present but we'll wnger he goes further up ns he is the kind or reilow who gets promotion; hard worker, prnrtical nnd will obey orders. Mr. I harley Amierson it now running his saw mill nenr Turkeytown. Dyehouse's saw njill i not running now ns a pullev burst the other day and repairs are hard to get these in e Frailer. the truth or the statement. Mrs. Leslie Adams, of Gilbert's Creek, visited her mother, Mrs. Will Dun Anderson, nnd sister, Mrs. John Rev. N'oland. of nenr Brodhend, "reached a good sermon nt the Bap- 1st church at Epheus Sunday Our friends. Albert Dihon and son, Hubert, have been cutting nnd logging the locust irees in tne imp-tichurchyard nt Crab Orchard and nrn dointr n neat nnd workmnnlikc job of it. As the writer passed down Stanford street a rew niternoons since on his way home from Crab Orchard, noting a railing tree nnd thinking of the urgent need by our government for this variety of timber, fancy carried us back years long passed to witncs the planting of thnen stnrdv snulitiL's. A (lend and gone generation swung mattock and spade to give these trees n home that posterity might enjoy shade through the scorcning neni or iuiure summers. These trees thrived and grew .....1 oirvmt thnlr Intended nurnose. Aftcnvards in due time maturity Their planting came, then hnn-est- . was much like the purchase of a Liberty Bond, their harvest like its maturity. The following is the honor roll of Chnnpell's Gnn School for the second month: Grade 1 Ona Dishon, Jesse Anderson, Cillus Johnson. Elsie Frazier, Oneida Johnson, Ebbie Nonkes; Grade 2 J:urncy Anderson; Crude 3 Dolphia Frnzicr, Godfrey Tschanz. Flora Adams: Grade J Wnlter Tschanz: Grade 5 Vernon Dishon. Sam Anderson. Violet Hnrris, Clara Tschanz; Grade 8 Babette Bcver. Mr. W. L. Frazier, road sunevor nn road from end of Chnpnell's Gap church, finally got Garland Singleton, Stanford, Ky. nike toinMt. Olive winter. We shov-ele- tl things shnne for dust three dnys then put on Six billion dollars is the amount iu you gut uu ct night? Sanol is time later with a big good of the Fourth Liberty Loan bond is- surely the best for all kidney or day. "Dick" Is a good overseer, but sue, Secretary McAdoo declared in bladder troubles. Sanol gives relief Morgan Channel! is the whole show an address at New York. Mr. appealed to the public to save in 24 hours from all backache and AN IGNORANT APPEAL and buy, thus aiding the Government bladder troubles. Sanol Is a guaranWith an "Oh I have got vou now" to win the war. "Our only argu- teed remedy GOc and $1.00 a bottle air, and nn assumption oi me nrvm. ment," he says, "is Pershing and our at the- drug store. Imnortance of the matter. Dr. Brtiner, heroes in France." in his speech nt Grecnun, asked SenDanville friends were agreqnbly Roy Pose, of La Salle, N. Y., re ator Beckham, whoin he character surprised lo learn of thu marriage of ized ns Gov. Stanley's sponsor nnd s, cciuiy lost tne signt or an eye apologist, nnd who was 000 miles J'nvnto Gnrl King to Miss Ruby of Cincinnati. Private King through an nccident. The boy is the awnv. "Do you. Senator Beckham, urth one in the family to lose tin anprove Gov. Stanley's veto of the "fVZ.S '"".r.""1,;.,,"- German language bill, and would you '' sight of the right eye ma. let the pennl" of Kentucky know vour II PJ answer of these vital questions?" Considering all of the tacts the nues-tio- n is Idiotic. If Senntor Beckham should think it worth answering, he will, coimizant ns he is of the import-nnnf knou'intf the Gerninn Inn- mnge nnd the conclusions on the sub-iebv Frnnce, England nnd Itnlv. in mlilitinn in our own Government. answer in the nfllrmative. ns all who will studv the nuestion in the licht of tho best authority concur. Dr. Bruner is making a mountain out of n mole's hill nnd venderlng himself ridiculous by twanging on his hnrp with a single string to catch tho unthinking and the unwary on what ho ignorantly or designedly claims If tho doctor Is n vital question. had lenrncd more he would talk less and to more point. According to a New York surgeon, who is now n mnior in the AmeriGerman prisoners can army, the When you have bought the John Deere line you taken in recent drives nro tit have bought the best. Come in and let us show you. physically and, touirhened by four years' service, nro able to endure tho Slat Bottom Stag Sulky Plows $75 John Deere rigors of n severo campaign. There is no Indication that they have been Slat Bottom Two-wa- y Plows ....$120 John Deere underfed. st 'avs To farmers in Central and Southern Kentucky nt a low rate of interest. Easy nnd nttroi'tivo payments with the privilege of pning otr all or any part of loan nt nny time. Wc will help you pay for nil the It fnrm lnud you wish to buy you are in debt or need money to retire your lien notes we would be glad to explain. Long Time Loans in need call on us. ROBINSON'S ppellatc Judge Shackelford Miller hiniled down nn opinion sustaining the injunction granted by the Franklin Circuit Court restraining the newly appointed State Hoard of Health from assuming its duties. The old board, under President John G. South, will hold on under the deci- sion. Food Hoover in u Administrator survey of tht need for the coming yar. Mr. Hoover declared the UnlUtl States wa procured to ship .',730,000 more tons of foodstuff to its nrmlos und nllies than last year nnd still have a margin, ltationing, he said, will not bo necessary Miss Alice Tnylor nnd Mr. Forest greatly sur Endes. of Richmond, Greater frugality is urged upon prised their friends when they eloped people of tho United States by to the Tenn BURT L. SIMS DISTRICT MANAGER Farm Loan Department Union Central Life Insurance Co. 802 Security Trust Uldg., Lex. ington, Kentucky. Public Sale We will on Beginning at 0 o'Clock A. M., sell for W. W. White, his 1 ! Thursday, Otcober 17 located on the Danville and Hustonville pike three-quartHustonville and 2 miles from Moreland. Supt, Mc-Ad- oo HOME er mile from Red-dick- , ' Farm Contains 83 4 Acres, mostly in blue grass. The improvements consist of the following: Five-roocottage with concrete cellar in porch, one small stock barn with 5 stalls, one stock and tobacco barn with silo attached and all other buildings needed on a farm. The farm is well fenced and watered, creek running through the back end of farm, two good springs, well and cistern at house, cistern at barn. In graded school district. Will also at same time and place sell the following personalty: m The Price Is Soon Forgotten Quality Is A Sticker c. ct Two-Thir- ds of 18 Acres of Corn and Fodder; Two-Thirof Two Acres of Sugar Cane in Shock 1 ds Three Good Work Horses. Good 5-Yr.-01d Work Hol-ste- in 14-in- 14-in- ch John Deere ot 10-- 7 10-1G John Deere Dunham Dunham's ot Van Brunt Drill (complete) Disc Harrow with Fore Truck Cultipackers Soil Pulverizers $150 $65 $90 $70 Took Out Dreadful Sorenei "When tho kidneys aro weakened and fail to throw impurities out of tho blood, tho poison remains in tho system and backache, soreness nnd rheumatic pains, develop. Mrs. David Henry, 85 S. Lincoln Ave., Washington, N. J., writes: "Foley Kidney Pills Mule. 3 Good Milk-Cows- . 5 Jersey Heifers, will be Fresh in May next, One Bull, Subject to Register Farm implements to work any well regulated farm and many other things too numerous to mention. TERMS Liberal and made known on day of sale. John B. Riffe, Hustonville took tho dreadful soreness out of my limbs nnd I walk good." Sold every where. FOUND Lavalier. on Mnln street. Cull nt this office and nay for this notice and get it. D1NWIDDIE & OWENS, Moreland and Hustonville ""? The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, October 4, 1918 wkm Page Seven CHAS. O. HARMS, la PtnMm K. H. UNMET, Samtafj Gates Half Soles Try them nnd bo cjnvlnccd that you can mako your old tiro n new by having ui half solo it with the famous GATES HALF Mie, SOLE. It wll run you 3,600 miles without a puncture. Theao nre n few of the prices nt the present: 80x3 30x3 K mMtimmitwiHmw Haw 31x4 j .... f 32x1 33x4 34x4 a i .... $10.50 .... 12.70 ... 13.45 .... 14.75 ... 10.40 .... 19.75 .... ... .... 20.10 20.05, 21.30 Hrlng us your old tiro nnd let us make It new. The Inernational Rubber Sales Co. DANVILLE, J. G. II. MASTERS, Local ENDORSE THE PRESIDENT Republican newspapers jtnd snook ers nre wnsting n Rood dcnl of spaco nnd breath over tho fact thnt Spcnk-eClnrk voted ngalntt the conscrin-tlo- n hill, ns if thnt hnd nnything to do with the ense. Tho original position of Mr,. Clurk should not nnd will not cut nnv figures in this campaign. Ho hns seen tho error of his wny nnd no one stnnds more firmly hchinll tho President than he docs now. It It the President, not Mr. Clnrk. thnt the country is nsked to endorse, bv the election of n in full accord with him nnd thnt enn he depended on under nil to give him henrty support. Fnflurc to do so will lie heralded ns n rcliukc to the administration nnd lie regarded in Merlin with rapturous delight on the belief thnt this country has censed to back it in the prosecution or the war. In no other wny hnve the people so direct n wny nr iTi.iirntmjr their suprort or tne President ns by electing men of his own pnrtv nnd of unquestioned loyal ly to neip mm rnrry out the wnr urogram. Kentucky nt least will not falter, but by vlcctlng Governor Stnnley to the Senate nnd nil the dcinocrnllc nominees for Congress, show to Wjlson, while confounding his enemies, thnt thoy nre willing to mnko nny sacrifice to win the wur. n. con-Tress demand sntlsfnctlon if they were murdered by German submarines, was before Congress. 102 republicans voted for it nnd only 08 ngnlnst it. Among the number who voted in favor of the shnmeful proposition Mf. Mnnn. ftin rnnillifltnn haim . Wfl nee for speaker agnlnit Mr. Clnrk. nnd tho lender of the minority. Will the republicnn lenders try to defend this Itrltnn nr nrnvn tlinlf mXnnarlttf by seeing that every one of the sup- nnrters (if thn Infnmntla Mnniili'n Id defeated for reelection? Any other course win iniiicnlc their npprovnl. Fjit fla mil ntilu inn nt... M, Am..I. enns on guard by electing Stnnley nnu me nemorrniic nominees lo congress, ench of whom hns demonstrat ed ni,s mil support or the Presi dent. Conservatives 111 tfnalilnwtnn rn. gnrd the situation in Dulgnrin ns not necessarily n collnpnc, but rather the first steps toward surrender. wiui iicrmnny nnu Austria ranking feints nt sending troops to Sofin nr.d German nnd Austrian newspn-per- s nppcnling to the war spirit of the people, it is held that it is too optimistic to regard Hulgnnn right now ns out of the war. The Hulgnr-in- n Minister nt Washington Sundn informed the Stntc Deportment that it is possiblo thnt the United States mn be nsked to use its good offices tin the negotiations for peaco. the United States not having declared Mr on Hulgnria. EXECUTRIX NOTICE All persons having claims ngninst iho estate of Ed P. Carpenter, will present them properly proven to me nt once. Those owing the estate are nsked to cnll on me without delay and settle. Mrs. Lou Carpenter, Executrix of Ed P. r, dcccnscd, Morcland, Ky. C'nr-r'nte- WHAT WILL REPUBLICANS DO? When the McLemore resolution, to warn nil Americans to keep off tho high sens, ns this country would not tnncxn, rnau Commercial School INCORPORATE INSTITUTION OF LKARNINO 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Po.toffiee LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY A RKaULAHLY Trains young men and women for Business or Civil Service position. All Who deiire to qualify for either or 10th lines of employment should write for full information at once. Marvelous Seed Wheat We have a supply of extra good Marvelous seed wheat. Have run it over our cleaners twice. Tests 6 lbs. to the bushel. All 1 KY. D. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. It's up biic'x A(nt. JUST RECEIVED A Car-Loa- d ! of Fordson Tractors Two of These Tractors Will Be Allotted to Lincoln County DON'T LET SOME ONE ELSE GET IN HIS ORDER FIRST The Danville Buick Co. DANVII LE, KENTUCKY Col. G. II. Swinebrond sold to S. A. Hill nnd Floyd Humphrey 1154 ncrcs of the It. L. Uurton farm in Garrard at $210.75; nnd to Humphrey WHY DO ALL DOCTORS The average for the PRESCRIBE CALOMEL? 17 acres at farm was ?193.4G. Of all the medicines in the world. W T. Doolin, of Garrard, sold to doctors prescribe calomel most often nnd depend upon iU most universally. J. M. Craig a bunch of short yearn good nnd suincient hero must he lings nt $32 CO. whnt is it? If you will study the doctors look you will find that the medical authorities prescribr calomel for al. 1 rei-so- the toys cei there by buying nnniner l.inerty nonii nnd we nre going to do it. We nre going to dig ilet i) into our ,m(kcl to stand behind those little khnkl-clnyoung fellows of our who nre making good in France. They nre going to find out thnt we over here carry n punch Iut ns they do. Every day news that makes us proud of our kin is flashed ocr the wires to us. The Yanks nre going forwnrd with their shirt sleeves relied up They hnve tnken off their coats lo tackle the big job before them. They nre not quitters. Thev will "go through" if we give them half n chance, if wc don't get tired nnd lie down on our part of the lob. Americans nre not quitters. When they know they nre right they see a thing through to n fighting finish. This time they know they nre right Uncle Snm wnnts to sec n new Liberty Honil in every home. More than 1.000,000 subscriptions were entered to the first loan, G, 100.000 to the 17,000,000 to the third. Thirty million people ought to subscribe to the issue now under wny. Wc can't let George do it. Every mother's son of us hns got to do his chare. It's up to us ngain. d r-oi.d. IT IS UP TO US to us ngninl We nre beimr given n chnnrc to from one crop. This wheat yielded 35 bu. to the acre. The best wheat we received this season was the Marvelous. Price $2.50 per bu. J. H. Baughman & Co. 9 77- - It i.tn'it)ii - Don't You Need One Now? Indigestion, biliousness, hnd brentli, gas, congestion or nny condition nr ing from a mass of undigested food in the stomach needs immedate attention. Foley Cathartic Tablets nre mild nnd gentle, but sure in nition. Cause no griping, pain or nausea. Cleanse bowels, sweeten stomach, and tone up liver. Sold everywhere. !' .i..ii.i.i.ii'if a..fa...a..a,,, Attention Auto Owners Stop That Leaky Radiator ! Wc make your old ones good as new. We sell the Copper King Spark Plug, guaranteedthe life of your. car. Wc have the agency for the Swinchart Tire, guaranteed lor 5,000 miles. We carry in stock all kinds ot ot Auto Accessories, Standard Gasoline, 28 cents the gallon. We sell all grades "Mobile" Oil. Call and see us. H .J Radiator Repair Shop, 3rd St., Danville, Ky. 4 HE1 ft D CONN. Prop. V'alnut Street. Phon. 798 A Few Choice Farms and Desirable Town Properties For Sale SEE US Dinwiddie & Owens Morcland and Hustonville CAR-LOAD most everv disease. The re.ison is that calomel is the prentcst nnd only thorough system-purifie- r It ninkes the Iimt active, drives out the pois ns from the stomach, bowels nnd kidneys nnd thereby purifies the Hood. Calomel puts the entire sys tern in the favorable condition foraj Nature to evcrcise her recuper ntie power. Your doctor Will tell j.ou thnt drugs merely assist Nnturf. That is why he prescribes calomel so often. The new kind nt calomel, callc "Calotnbs," is refined and puntled from nil of the nniiseating nnd dangerous qualities of the old style calomel nnd is rapidly taking its place, for it is more effective than the old nnd style calomel as a system-purifieOne Cnlotab at bedtime, with n swallow of water that's all. No nnuscn, nor the slightest unpleasantness. Next morning you awake feeling fint with n Eat hearty nppetito for breakfast. hat you please fniits, acids or anything. No restrictions of habit or diet. Calotnbs nre sold only in original, sealed packages, price thirty-liv- e cents. Kecommended nnd gunran-tee- d by druggists everywhere. Your money back if you nre not delighted. mBm fflffim mt i M, 1 We Will on liver-cleans- r. Tuesday, Oct. 15th Beginning at 10 o'clock A. M., sell for Henry Hudson his OF Old Hickory Wagons JUST RECEIVED of the struggle throughout Tuesday Mtwepn M. (Jueutm mid I nmbrni 'he Allies hnvo forged ahead ngninst "icrens'nsr numbers of the enemy. hnve nierced nnd battered the IHn- denburg line nnd caused the enemy ' to hrmg up probably 1UU,OOU men In Flinders Ilritish nnd Ilelginns have forced their wny so far that the naval bases on the Ilclginn const are probably rendered untenable. In tho Clinmpngne the Americans and THIS To the Public: LISTEN French hnve made gams, though on northwest of Wouldn't you like to livo in at I rrprrh-ti- t the largtit and Wit midf thu sectornuiet nrevuils. Verdun In Palestine hi nc kouu In rthe midst of good churches, AJ 1'oriiir clotan.i Co., CAIrajo, tfata counlr- ,. Gen. Allenby lias captured DamasIII, I'ritt Uj cus. Tho German ministry hns colgood schools, good people and ibk id jour clulhra, (Irra ma (ha adranlaft lapsed, according to nil Amsterdam orrr one who It out a practical tailor. If you report. shade? If so see will lira in. your ordr, I will prnmlie you The French hnve tnken St. Quentin ami have penetrated the city na far ns the canal. Despite the tact that the whole western front is aflame with the Allies nrtillery nnd tho French, Ilrit-isi l.in of the Americans, and Iieliriaus. the ennturo of tlus key position on the Hindetil-unlino stands ns tho greatest Achievement h r ' i Farm Known As Old Pipes or Tucker Place Located 2 miles west of Hustonville on the toad leading from the Bradfordsville to the Liberty pike. This farm consists of i 1 E. T. Pence, Jr., TO Stanford com-nnrnti- all of which you can drive any kind of machinery over. This land is very fertile and will produce any kind of crop grown in Central Kentucky. The improvements consist of one small box house and the best stock barn in the country. Well fenced and watered. There is enough brick on the farm to build a nice residence. Will at same time and place sell the following personalty: 03 ACRES of LAND I'f v? u B. L. FAGALY mun.j, aigbrr juarr Jral rllhtr prlrta. Tou will t lb In tbe cutaprit lljr wuith of you gradra or lb. t AT STANFORD, KENTUCKY He Has a Nice Home For You. SPRING AND SUMMER AUCTIONEERING I can get you Highest prices lor your Unci, stock, crops or household goods. H. C. luf ot aamplct la now rrady far your la iprtlion tan now and UI ma jbaw ton RUPLEY-r,Tt- Tr Danville Business School mend them." They relieve lame back, rheumatic pains, stilT Joints, sore muscles. Sold everywhere. A Man' Cheerful Recommendation W. II. Frenr. 03 Myrtlo Ave.. Al bany, N. Y., writes: ''I thought kidney troublo might bo tne cnuso of my condition nnd weakness, ho I took Foley Kidney Pills, nnd they did tho work. I ctieerfully recom run-dow- n 2 Good Work Horses, Pair of Good jfctfi Work Mules, 2 Milk Cows, 23 Splendid Yearling Cattle, Two Sow and Pigs and many other tilings too numerous to mention. Sales Cried Anywhe JOHN . DINWIDDIE. A Practical Duiineaa Education Absolutely Neceaaary To AsMoreUnd. sure Succeaa. A. B. C. Dinwiddie Undertaker and Funeral Director Juactfon City, Kentucky The Danville Business School G'ves This J. M. Cress sold to D. East 21 cnlvcs nt 21c nnd to a Mr. Hico a bunch of cnttlo at 10c. Ho sold to Harmon & Crane, of Doyle, for delivery this week two of cnttlo nt 18 Wc They aro to weigh about 175 pounds. 700-poun- d car-loaseven-months-o- For Catalogue) and Information AdMr. Albert Stomnhley bounht a dress calf from Mrs. Sue Russell, for which ho nald S30. Ha D. B. HARRIS, Principal, also bought a heifer from Mr, Harry Danvlll., Ky. Maybrler. Dinwiddie & Owens Moreland and Hustonville, Ky. if . i"ii'iMriii iyv' it -i VC m "l,-- " ; r--( , 3?v,. : . vM v - , --j- r. Page Eight fhe Interior Journal, Stanford Kentucky, Friday, October 4, 1918 t WE PAY THE FREIGHT, AND When 68c j I PER POUND FOR DUTTER FAT patront prrpay the freight the amount will he added to check. the cmm Tri-Sta- buy your butter-fa- t at your thlpplngpoint and The PAYS you initead of agents. Our price it CLEAR MONEY to you. Ship u TRI-STAT- your next can of cream or If you need trial cant WRITE E BUTTER COMPANY CASH Incorporated United States Food Admini CAPITAL $250,000.00 tration License No. C181S2 CINCINNATI, OHIO COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT AND VINES, ROSES, PERENNIALS, EVER. GREENS, ASPARAGUS in fact "Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden." WE CROW A TREES FREE CATALOG. ! LAND. STOCK ANf CROP Lunsford A Tnmme told for Mr. House- hla farm near Dan-vllLove on the Stanford plko, at $2.10 per acre. MOc J. A. ShuttleWnrrh, of Louisville, hns sold his farm near ScotU Station, Shelby county, to Dr. P. L. i.npsiey, ni a price said to bo $J0,-00Candy cathartics is harmless Tire place Is now occupied by Nclll Roach, who will give ponoai!jii to tender stomach, liver before March 1 ctuor ami bowels Jnmcs D Tabor, of llnlh. Mo., hat 21 hen which laid 1,0158 eggs from January 1st to Auirint 1st Thoy Your ch'M 's bilious, constipated sold for tv'2.12 and their cost amount nnil m'ek. Its little tonRiic is coated, cd to $17.nr. lcnvlnir n profit of breath U bad and stomach rour. CJet $46.07. This Is better than $7 n box of Cascarets nnd hen for this seven-monta period. strnlehtcn the younpjitcr richt tip. d This yonr's cotton crop wns Children love thisjiarmless candy at 11,818.000 equivalent BOO. nnd it riennses the ttlo liver bales by the Department of Agriculfand thirty feet of bowels without ture, basing its estinmto on tho prininp;. Cnscnrcts contnln no calo of the rron on Sentcmbor 25. r n tmrm. mel and enn be depended upon tnl..i,i,o, n r,.i .1 nor .,! move the sour bile and poison right lt nnd which forecasts n yield of 154 hui, hi wic wiwfn. Krai inniiiy en-- 1 pounds to the acre, limine urriiupu 11 never trumps or sickens like other things. More thnn 12,000 new cases of Spanish influenza wro reported from nrmy camps yestenmy, and tn CRAB ORCHARD Mr. Louis Hell went to Cincinnati deaths from this dlsense mm pneu epi .1.11. Since the monin totaled Tuesday on busines. Mrs. Louis Hnll visited friends in demic hegnn, September 1.1. the num Prenchersville Monday. brr of enscs nt nrmy camps is 1 IS.Widespread tests to determine Mr. George Hnrris t returned 7.17. efficiency of a new vaccine for the 'ro"i n biilnes trin . Louisville. Mr. and Mrs '".ite Kinp were vis- treating the diseaso will be beun in New ork toaay iin King's Sunday. itors at Mr Joo Canton, a Louisville nej;ro, is Mr. M i.in Collier has sold out his him' . business to Kdmiston Ilroth- - held on tho chnree or stabbing nn other nugro to death with an urn Mr. Frank Iltuoks has Rone brella 1linin, where he has a house Children Cascarets 54-nc- le Wctehed PERUNA HecoflMMnvv n iv Her rnejMa "I don't ncml Teruna any more, t am alt ssrll. I have taken six ssrlahtvl nlar7 ponni Iiottlri, t I atartad with l'sruna. I poor and no vrmklr . 1 was Jut had Kltrn tap hopr of rr art- Una' Trtlli aurh a ronh and pit ting, and ranld not rat najiklnc. Now alnra Ukln I'cruna I Trrlah on knnilrtf nnd thlrty-nt- r pound. All ny frlenda anld I vitunld rt vjtII. 1 wna Just a shadonr. I huva aurelv recom mended your l'eruna to many ot my friend, and they arn nnlnn It, I will rrrnmmrnd lVriina, for I am ao thankful for what It ha duae for me. OO Pounds Bfor Now .llM-acr- o 0, Weigh 135 Pounds RH NB IHiH lr, by choosing anal well. nr h cstl-mnte- in 1 . MIm Clara 2t N. Gold BL, Grand lUBUa. In ber letter oiipoelte MIh Lohr tell In eonvlnclna word ot the benefit ha recelred from l'eruna. f.tqnld of TMy Forae "on-illtl- BADLY FRIGHTENED Mrs. Alpha Carpenter, who lives out on R. V. I). No. I, was badly frightened Wednesday tnnrnlni when she wnlketl out on her back porch and snw a mnn coming toward her, disguised to such an extent thnt sho did not recognlio him. Her hunband, who wns at work near his home. heard her srrrams nnd rushing tn the TKc- It n chancehelp chewing your food Your fate mny hnnil--wnyour h SHADE TRF.E:?, SHRUBS MUM. linv. prnvofl. Mrs. Hnnnnh Stocer sick for several days, feeble. Col. IironniiRh is slightly Ibi. Morenu continues quite DARTING, PIERCING SCIATIC PAINS Clvc vrcy beforo tlio pcao- tratlng effecta cf Sloaa'a I j H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons LEXINGTON, ICY. MWs Kdna Jones came from Cave nnd is t City Monday Collier. with her sister, Mix. Melvin Ivon Fish went to Richmond Mrs. Tuesday to see her mothor nnd at1 better. but was quite is much Avoid needlf'Mvj crowding- - inllu- SMALL FARM FOR SALE en! is a erowil diease I desire to sell my small farm of Smother1 your roughs and sneer.es others do not wnnt the germs !!8 acre, just outside tho city limits, which would throw awny. Your nose, not vour mouth, was hut inside the grnded school distrlet. niivle to breathe through get the On Crab Orchard pike. ' Has a huJat. house, hull, two porches, exRemember the three C s a clean tern, city water in yard; wire fence mouth, a clenn skin and clean fire-roo- house found her almost prostrnted. washed. Avoid tight clothes, tight shoes, mnn had diannpenred before Mr tight gloves seek to nm'jo nature Carpenter reached the home. your ally not your prisoner. When th c air Is pure breathe nil or HOW TO STRENGTHEN DEFENSE AGAINST FLU it you can breathe deeply. -- Don't let the wnsto products of digestion accumulate drink n Blase or two of water on "ctting up. Don't use a napkin, towel, spoon, fork, glass or cup which has been tired by another person and net ing. be In your own hands before eat- m (No Agents.) i ra.ua. m ,M.iaf Hhcinlan'?r. Wis., has a woman butcher. II r husband, who conducts y meat shop could not obtain flcinnt heln, so she donned a cap and npron aril proceeded to demonstrate tbit xhe can cut meat with the best of them. suf-'itur- i uAn-r- e uwm Coal minora in Kentucky will not ho exempted ns n Hass from mil-- a service, according to MaJ IT. ' i"h( d.i, Ivm! of the State Draft Advisory Hoard. Each draftee ' n"it show himself as essential to coal vllle. mining. Mesars. Thomiw Steenberjren nnd Willie Rutleilpe arrived here Mn-dnfrom Mlddletown, O., hnin come the entire distance on a motor cycle. Jamet Mower, Jr., who enlisted in v tend the convention. the A liUlu son of Mr. Drown, morrlmnt, near the depot, fell Blid broke lits arm Mondtfy. Mrs. Pearl Everett, who lws !en with her parent for everl days r turned name lasi inursuav.. fnltla ttnr9lti mttliiif1 fmm ft n mot nlennt stay with relative In Shlbyville. Simpsonville and Louis-- ' Llnlcont rheumatic tm'r;i nr.J cf lumbafo, the nerve- -i j lamination of neuritis, the wry neck, the jjint nench, thJi;7.nei t eprat.1, the nucls rtratn, and the thrcfetrfac bnJee. The case of applyiag, the oulckaeaa cf r .icf, e i oMiie the c!r-n- -1 a. .J tlo Cv.Ji.omy of Moan'a r iyprK nl. Liniment r.,lvj it u So t!:e t'.- lsin-ach- ta clothes. Try to keep cool when you walk and wnrm when you ride and i.ro"ifc. Onen the windows- - nlwnvs at home nt night; at the office when practicable. (mhI will win Ihe war if vmi vir 1 around farm. Farm divided Into nine lots, Including good garden tnd orchard. Land lays reasonably well About IB acres for wheat. Price right. See me. J. II. McIIargue, 77-t- f Stanford, Ky. tl:qe ' !, f u' Forward! With no thought of bursting slirap-n- el and poisonous gases into which they plunge with every muscle tense, with every faculty of mind alert, with one thought only TO FIGHT AND WIN. That is the way our men are goirfg into battle. When the shrill whistle sounds the advance, out they go their whole heart in the task before them. No power on earth can hold them back. 8 W; re iibout the same. Mr. Thomas Rutt has been the Harris property he recently purchased. A new roof, new steps and concrete walk from the street to the house, trimming and cutting out th house, trimming and cutting out trees, and painting, give it quite a different appearance. Messrs. John and James Brooks left for Uieir homes n few dqys ago, and before leaving desired me to say they appreciated every loving act of our people towards them in their great bereavement, and said that nowhere on earth were people who strived harder to mpke one forget his sorrow than the people of Crab Orchard. iprvico. (SO-yo.pO0CMr. George Riley, of Hustonville s vmitinr his uncles. Messrs. G. II. iud Thomas Lyne. He will enter the !ltar- - school at Danville for train-- j ing soon. i .Mrs. Sam Hughes, of Dlrminghnm, f cousin, Mr Ma., is visiting Robert Collins, nnd her old friends jW re enjoying every moment spent!' (J) with her. . Mrs. M. E. I'.h eft Mondnv or a isit with her granddaughter. Mrs. Homer Carpenter, nt Richmond. She will also nttend the convention being held there. .Mrs. Robert Thompson, who has sick is much improved, and been Mrs. Kate Egbert is able to be out igain. Mr. J. II. Collior remains 'ho marinas at Lexington, cimi' hiTir for a ten davs' stay, bnt was Monday to Lexington fur tha mds, nnd get on tho right treatsprays, ment. Go to your druic store When you u e fedicntv-Caget a bottle of K. S S., nn.l cnintnencd your lor.uzi.ia and ilouv!. s tarrh, j i u r.i .y ,ioi I in unstopping a treatment that haa bo n praued by icntury. the th l.d 'ugs for tlw ciifTirers for pearly half n ourvo air condiof S. S ifets riKht timo lut thu annujing iIj tlia Catarrh,S. and forte-- , at the the blood to tion ri'uTi , i 'id t'un hicH"ain. which lau-- e the lieiuo. the po-mk. "ir (! i: i r ad " r I t irv'j Jn . rt cr yet. i inn 1 "gj run oltaid ihi.i.iI medieal ndvico ly fi. a !" vl npplh itions. Have regarding ynjr own ease without ynu uif experienced nry real Dentin ennrge uy writing w Mrxncai iircc I tor, I Swift Labvratory, Atlanta. Ga. f n Ei.ift trcatmtnti to-iaf.-1 Catarrh is a Real Enemy Treatment and Requires Vigorous makeshift remedies to Throw Do Not Neglect It. tlte-- e !;. ju a b.-.i- l 9 v 000W 3 hr i. r. PUBLIC -- JWaLa o OF- LAND, STOCK AND CROP ft) OF DR. W. T. MURPHY, OF CHILTON, KY. On account of Dr. Murphy making up his mind to quit farming and turn his sole attention to the practice of medicine, we will on Q Thursday, October 24th, 1918 AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP Sell these fine farms located on Big Rolling Fork, nine miles west of Hustonville and ten miles east of Bradfordsville on the Hustonvil'o and Lebanon pike in the best neighborhood in Casey County. All fine limestone land. TRACT NO; 1 Is the home place, containing 175 acres of splendid farming land in high state of cultivation, finely improved with a handsome tobacco barn, all frame house, fine stock barn, new splendid repair. This farm is splenoutbuildings necessary and in didly located and under splendid wire fencing, well watered, etc. In fact, an ideal hoir e for any one seeking a nice home. Large storeroom in yard. TRACT NO. 2 8 acres, known as part of the T. A. Reynierson Contains farm, is also splendidly located on same pike will also be sold at same time and place. This i very fine limestone land, will grow hemp, corn, tobacco, in abundance. Well fenced and watered well, has a fine tobacco barn, stock scales, but no dwelling. This tract will be subdivided and sol 'J, then sold as a whole. These farms are up for -8-ro- 9 t m Supple at Sixty 3 Forward! is sounding for us. V Aro nnd ripe experience mean happiness and usefulness when mental and bodily powers are prescned by keeping rich blood in the veins. I&urr'i rare nourbhnicnt In Scoll't EmuUlon creates rich blood, warm the body anj ftl'cvUto ihcunutlc d ImpaiU tcodcncltt. It (trenfth to both todjf anJ train. 1 1$ A'ouWf hmlnt not Alcohol, i.iv-- re We must answer in the same proud way the way of our fighting menthe American way. IVe must lend the way they fight. We must show the Hun a united American people moving forward shoulder to shoulder, irresistibly, to Victory. Our task is to supply the money, the ships, the guns, the shells that we must have to win. It is a tremendous task. We must do it as our fighting" men do theirs with the indomitable spirit of Victory. We must work, and save, and lend war-madden- The same sharp challenge to 'battle ed WOUNDED IN ACTION Walter Leo Manning, son of T.4M. Manning, of this county, was wounded In action in France n few weeks ago, but we are glad to state that the wound is not a very serious one MANNING j u,iu ii m 1 1 Young Manning left this county with tho second increment, and remained at Hrilticsburg until last June. BREAKS A COLD IN FEW HOURS TRY IT1 Firtt Dots of Pape' relieve Cold Compound miiery all grippe AND WIN. with one thought only- - TO FIGHT Get into the fight with your whole heati. Buy Bonds to the utmost! ThU Space Contributed by u Swift & Company Don't stay stuffed up! Quit blowing and snilllingl A dose of ' Pupa's Cold Compound" tuken every two hours until three doses are taken will end grippe misery nnd break up u severe cold either in the head, chest, body or limbs. nos It promptly opens cioggcu-u- n trils and ulr pnssegjs; stops nasty discharge or nose running; relieves sick headache, dullness, feverishncss, sore throat, bneezinf, soreness and stiffness. .. "Fane's Cold Compound" Is the surest relief known nnd it quickest, costs only a few cents nt drug stores. It acts without ussisian.ee,. tastes nice, and causes no inconvenience. Don't accept u substitute. Miss Mariraret Ishum nnd Hon. Lc- Hoy fbllllnun Bonta, both of Ilur-- i sale and any one will save money by looking over these lands before buying elsewhere. STOCK 23 head of long yearling cattle, 6 fine Jersey cows, all fine milk and butter cows; 6 yearling cattle, one pair fine work mules, mule 2 yearling mules, all goncl m'i! one one bay horse, one pony, ones; one splendid brood mare, one 3 years old, nicely broken; one splendid saddle horse, one fine driving mare. 150 bales nice hay, some corn, 9 stands of bees in fine shape, farming implements, household goods, and lots more too numerous to mention. TERMS made known on day bFsale. DINWIDDIE & OWENS Moreland and Hustonville, Ky. rodsburu', were married Thursday. V