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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): October 8, 1918 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1918 int1918100801_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): October 8, 1918 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v 4 - v Established 1860 The Interior Journal 59th Year. No. 81. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, Oct. 8, 1918 Tuesday? and Fridays r $10 000. W. I). Snow $50, Willie lliries $C0, Kunlce Pepples $50. Mm John Pcpules $60. Mrs. W. K. Hilton $50. Mrs. Hueh Held $1,000, Mrs. J. N Saunders $50. R. K. Gnlne S2'i0. Joe Tnrklngton $50, W. K. Warner $60, R. J. McAIister S1.000, It W. (iivuns $500. W. II. Undorwood W. II. RostoV $500, W. P. Glv. ena $250, D. W. Lynn $200, J. T. Dunuway $100, Oscnr Jones $000, Jus. Powell & Depp $1,000, J. N. $1,-00- 0, FEARFUL "FLU" STILL RAGING COT 40 QUARTS OF UOOZE Tlic sweeping order mnde ly John The fellow who "trots by" Chief of O. South, president of tho Stnto Police George T. Wood nnd Deputy Hoard of Ilenlth, ordering nil schools, Sheriff It. T. Lewis with booze can theaters, churches, picture shows nrd Lount himself an exception, even If nil other places of public assembly he is not a lucky person in the closed on account of tho Spnnisii nchievement. Saturday night, or to rare I law this daring the second loan. She wn n little which continues to rage, I.t lie more correct. Siimlnv ...; being adhered to to the letter hero old lady. Her face wa like n frost-bitte- n the two gentlemen were standing on apple. Her The Stanford Graded nnd High School the corner near Salem & Salem's eyes were bright. She came Into the bank rather timidly. was closed Monday afternoon anil nil new store casting their eyes windThe marble, the flashing brass grille, the bustle, these the iclioola in the county vnl close ward, when five men in an auto drove their doors just ns soon as tV order things troubled her. up nnd inquired the rood to Crnb enn reach them. All of the nppnint-ment'- s She carried a handbag. It was old and worn. She Orchard. Thvy were given the Inforto speak in tho Liberty Loan mation and drove off. Mr. Wood saw didn't know where to go exactly. Out an attendant campaign have been cnncel'nil tb., that one of the two' tires that were noticed her and saw her indecision. churches will not open their do.i for tid on behind the mHrhie was drag, I any kind of service, Manager Owens "I want to buy a bond," she said, smiling. gmg and he called to the mm in of the opern house, says hi Temple Ah, if you could have seen those bills I Onm, twos, stop and fir the reserve tire, or they of Thespes will be dark until the "I'll" fives, almost ready to fall apart. The privations, the wouiii lose u. iney stopped anil on ls s gotten under control, nnd overe nth. lBBBBBBsVPBBBBBBBBaHrflBn being asked what they hud in the back of those crumpled bank notes! 'er gnlhoring of people thnt require. i machine the olllcera were told that it hem to get together in doois will be, Thcy gave her her bond. It had a pleasant crinkling wis filled with groceries nnd drv nliolishcd. Our people hnv i m t and sound as she folded it and stuffed it into the old handbag. goods. "I expect we hnd better make obeyed the order without n murmur, 1r erch of the car." remnrt-n.- l Then her eyes became hazy. I knew what she was nlthourh on some of them it will work Wood and he and Mr. Lewis got busy. thinking of. The boy over there. God bless her! It n decided hardship. They should be Forty quarts of booze was the disand nrc willing to moke nlmmt tiny wasn't enough that she should give of her flesh and blood. covery they made. The stuff was sacrifice to aid In stopping the spread She must have her bond. I know she was reviewing that nnd the four men fined $50 of the drend epidemic, for thev know each and placed in jail in default o'f SENATOR JAMES B. M'CREARY boy's whole life, from the swaddling clothes to the sinisthat the quicker it Is combrMcl the il the payment of the fine. They reSenntor.Jnmes H. McCrcary, whoso ter khaki. In tlia old days shu had picked him up and fewer the lives of the people here, mained in hoc until late Sunday illness wns reported in Monday's pain rump and elsewhere will be exposed kissed his hurts. But he was three thousand milus bewhen a message from tho pers, died at his home in Richmond at to the disease, which ninn" of tile yond her tender kisses now. Blood of her blood, bone of New Trosner Coal Co., in Knox 0 o'clock this morning. Ho was physician agree is only n malignant county, asked the release of the men, stricken Snturduy morning and his her bone. form of la grippe. It is an ir feet ions THE LATE M. D. ELMORE Saying a check for $200 was forth- death is believed to be due to a kid She might have to go without her tea. No matdisease, they say and the safest nnd Stanford's oldest merrhnnt and coming. They were turned loose and ney trouble. Speaker of the House quickest way to stop its spread is to ter. She was fighting alongside her boy now. Nothiac The men, at Frankfort for two terms, elected s went their wny rejoicing. ine of her stnunchest and best avoid crowd of all kinds. A great could rob her of that wonderful feeling. She had not died wh"n Mr. Mo D. K. who ura coal miners for the nbove governor in 1876, nnd again in 1911, mntiv nf the gallant boys who lire in concern, went to Lebanon on tho 12 years in Congress and .ix in the only given him to his country, she had helped to arm him! trnining for service over there have nore breathed his last at XX0 Sntur-n- v train and hnd secured the auto to United States Senate, he was faithful He hnd been ill n efternonn. Bonds to arm with, to keep them warm, to feed died from letl ucnsitfitiu toll of Camp go home distance of 115 'on" it them. 'irmrv i iijiii aione oeing nearly knowntime and for months washail been miles, paying $40 for the car. They to everyoftrust and during alt of his tenure office there wns never a that his recovery next to new they J 00 lse precautionary measIt's up to you and me, neighbor! carry ure in helping to stamp out the dis- ImnoMihle. While dropsy was IHs booe on thecould not they all tho charge against him. He wns one of train so tried the Kentucky's foremost citizens and she ease which is proving so costly to chief trouble, he hail ninny other LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD thnt would have citried off auto route, but wereir picked up in mourns today because he is no more. human life and stand like a man' any that. They gave th-names as Mrs. McCrcary died a dozen years FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD little privation or hardhin the order even a younger or more robust Rhodes, He was born in tl county son, but llemkee. RIakelv ami .Inbn. ago but one son, Robert McCreary, of tin flute Hoard of Health may HUSTONVII.LE NATIONAL BANK whether or not they are real of Chicago, survives the good anil In flue, be r.s patriotic in on August lrt, 183S. and hence was or iietuiou-hum' you may be old PEOPLES B.VNK OF M'KINNEY tir i tfi.rt to stop its spread as you over 80 years of age. He began hi by the officers here. neverwas a known grand overman. who hnd remained on It costly earth score years and in been in having bonds, war business career store-roo- Stanford 65 'ri? for the bunch but the experi- whoso work four make Kentucky bigCRAB ORCHARD BANKING CO. to where he ence may prove Bfo in the stamp- - noil contributing to the Red valuable to them, and ger anil better will not bo forgotten WAYNESBURG DEPOSIT BANK V. M. C. A. and other such did business ss long as he could atCm-- . it is certain that they will Mtlftiiiil funds and all will Im well. tend to it. He occupied that store- - nttempt to smuggle whisky not again by the thousands who today sorrow BANK Or MORELAND through because he has gone from them. "ni ;!! those vrawith the The Iciyfth of time it will be nce-arof a few. whii he moved to Stanford ns long as Mesrs. Wood an I M'KINNEY DEPOSIT BANK to keep the schools and the pub-li- t Lewis are on tho job. The driver of KINGS pli-- - closed will greatly depend the room two dor West, now oc- tne car was permitted I will bo at Kings Mountain iext to go back to He nevr muuurJzzxssmmjmnsFWBBHKij&j ... on the effort made in trying to stop cupied bv O. P. Huffman. Lebanon, but it is not' improbable Saturday morning, Oct. 12th, from 9 diil n !ren volume of hii'in. Imt h that a , the spread of the fearful "Hu." writ will be issued for him on until $ o'clock for the purpose of coltook good care of what hf did and ;.n i ..h !(; Murphy $100. Ander the LIBERTY LOAN HONOR RO! never did mortal man have custom- dry charge of hauling whisky into lecting your taxes. I will go from ,. "A UOND IN EVERY HOME" Nhpii",i $'00 Groer McKe.-territory. there and be at Wayncsburg from ers who stud cloer to him. Many Following is a lit t thoe u Kngleman ii sli'n, .' .n F. $200. 1 :30 until 4 to wait on all those who "A Horn! in Every Home" is a of them would not trade elsewhere, bought Fourth Liberty Loan G $1,000, .1. H. Pat..n which and when they came to town. Kl- that sounds and wish to get their tax receipts. Be on SUNDAY MORNING FIRE Honda. If vour name does not np ."I 000. W It. O'ltannon $500 J. D. hould ! a renlity before the Fourth or,. ore' their henlquarters. Just before t;me hand ready to settle with me, please. and you have purchased bon.w Will h flow. .1. M Gnkbs $50, Wu. Liberty Ilond drive has become his- It wns said of some of his patrons Sunday the homeSundnv school t.'oop-e- r H. C. Haughmnn, sheriff. It of Mrs. G. B. tory. In order to hnvn "a bond in that if he failed to have certain arf the present issue, notify us an.', .uiin S50, Mrs Mattio Gooi n $" was discovered on F W. insert it nt will cheerfullynot appear with the $20,0(ra.Coaki.v $10(1. C. K. Coleman very home" a committee of gentle- ticle thev wanted, the' would do reasonably short while fire and in a DAN TRAYLOR SELLS FARM the fire ladIt. I Lewis. $100, W. T. men will gather here at 8 :."J0 o'clock without them rest. If is Hoes leau.e Dan Trtiylor has sold his farm until he got a unnlv. dies arrived on the scene. Neighbor you have not done your duty in re- Tucker $1.0f"l. James Hunt $250. T. Thursday evening, Oct. 10th, and Not onlv was Mr. Klmore Stanford's had gathered, however, again. This makes the third time he and spect to the purchase of bunds, nk .1 Ilill. Sr., $1,000. T. W. Jones $200. will lie assigned to various seetion oldest merchant but he was also its dames so well ifndor contrM hnd the has disposed of his good place on thnt it George H. Funis $500. James T. of the county in order to spend. thya1Hr"ext owner of town property He was not necesary to .yourself if you are a good citizen: turn the water Logan's Crock nnd each time he has $5()o. . F. Phillips $60, whole day selling Liberty Honda. Tn hail W. II. blanks $3,500. J. S. llocker Pleasant on the building. Sparks from the mnde a nice profit. The buyer this t half dozen or more store-room- s $4,000. ('. K. Tate $12,000. W. G. II. D. Phillips $50. E. T. Pence. Sr., is hoped that wie guiiiienieii will besides those n the E more HloeV. cook stove had set fire to the shingle time is E. S. Cowan, of Pulaski counoner bring cars so that they may be used while he ty, and he is said to have paid a Cuorli $2,000. T. A. Rice $2,000. jnu, nam naiicr sou, J. 11. roof kitchen and Cnrter $200 icott Ham- in the noble work and that thoc who dences of owned nearlv a dozen e resi- blaze on the discovered in had not the "stiff" price. Hughes & McCarty, Urn. T. A. Rice $1,000. Frank I'liil-lip- s 60, A. various kinds. Fortv-ninbeen time the .1. II. Poynter'f 100, J. M. are not the fortunate owners of an venrs mro he married Miss Stanford's, hustling real estate men, $500. Mr. Frank Phillips $600. ilton $200. pretty home would trone up K.tndi't- $60. X H. Wade $100. Joe auto nnd who may want to put in the Trotter, who survives him. A Mollie flames. The property have insured in made th3 deal. Forestus Rei.l $1,000. J. A. McDon- P. child was and I! Hammond day may beviven the opportunity of was born to Chancellor $100. T. .las. It. ald $100. r.nn ( llocker $600. sr.no. its the insurance company Leslie M. $500. L Hubble. I'urkinK EARLES I.. f.in,otl..l.. 1 i.... Mr nn,l Mm J. .000. $'.'00. ( Carter Tapp $50.H. Mrs. doing so: R.Phillips. T I). J. C. R. 'nfnnev Mrs.themM but it died inwho damages, which are notw'll repair the Hughes & BUYS ELLIS FARM Westerfield. grcnt. ( Rattey, Tom vn mill n..n,..i. McCartv, the StanfonJ was Miss Nannie Marrs. a niece Adam $100. K II. Hallard M. Newland. W. M. Ilright, J. S. Mrs. Klmore. was raised by them of K.i",t..r sn.fiOO. Webb Rochester Il Fortunately for Mrs. Cooper, rhe real estiitc hustlers, have sold to W' nnd $.".10. Mis. K. II Hallard $500. J. S. Ili.ik r. George DeHorde. T. A Rice, she was loved by 1.000. Joe S. Iter- $1,000. K. T. the deceased with had an insurance policy. See Jcsc T. Earles. of Middleburg, for Joe M. Moblev $50. J. T. J. Hill. Jr., J. is. Foster. J. II. tne devotion nu Moblev Un D. Wearen today and get yau no l.n.l Harris $1,000. Clias. Withers $000. C Hhvs 100. one. Ellis, his farm of 300 acres between $1,500. George C. Givens Woods. R. M Hlackerby James W.i,PCI1 his own daughter. Mr. G. Sklles $500. J. M. Gover Mrs. H. Elmore No property owner can get along well Middleburg and Yosemitc, for a sum JWiO. II. C. llHiiKhmon $500. Mrs. II. $200. J. II. McIIarKue $1M0. Mrs. J. William. James its. Cash i.h.1. ence, wns ., scrupulously honest man and without carryinu a policy on lna said to be close to $20,000. The Ander--ot- i. he did right . II. .McMiinoi, il. place is known as the Godbcy fnrm C Ilnughmiin 5f00. Mr anil .Mrs. ll. C. Kultanks $5lU. Mrs. Ilelle Perkins J,. as he saw right. He was home. W. II. Shanks. W. M. Mathcny, a regular attendant at the and is one of the very best in Casey U. lllackerbv $1,000. C. A. Single-t- S.'.no Mrs. T. W. Jones $200. Miss Kttn Milb-- r $100. Mrs. lAgan Hubble f'lwirles W. Lovell, J W. Rochester. of one or the other of the services $2,000, Walter W. Saunders $100. churches of nephews nnd nieces and the good county. Win. Uis Emma Hays $100. Mrs. J. II. $200. Mrs. II. J. Mi Roberts $50. Mrs. GiHH-h- Ijmdgrnf. W. O. Walker. W. M here, but not until a month or so aro wife are left to mourn the loss of tho John II. Dinwiddie. William did he unite with one of them. He splendid I.iurH K. Hundley $50. Mrs. N'anuiv Foster $500. Mrs. G It. Cooper $200. man. He will be missed in JUDGE RICE'S SALE TOMORROW Look on the second page of this Dr. .1. W. Weber $100. Will Hock-o- r J. I.i.wrence $50. Miss Mattie May, McCorinark, J. C. Hiulev. Marshall C. was baptized into the Presbyterian Stanford where he was always inW. P. Cart.-- J'.'OOO. Mim Annie Ilelle Cne-- Newland. T. D. Newland. II. W. church, the church of his wife, by paper and read the sale advertise$100. J. M. Rankin $1,000, r $2,000. Mrs. George K. Deborde William Severance. T. W. Jones. Dr. P. I. Hruce. For some 25 years terested in everything that was for ment of Judge T. A. Rice, nnd toSum Robinsoli Pwhunnn $1,000. the betterment of the town, and $300, Miss $50. Mrs. Kliinbeth Kolep $60. Mrs. E. H. Campbell. W. H. Hill. Kelly J. ho had been a director of the First when' he hnd been a familiar figure morrow, Wednesday, go out and buy $260. R. M. Newl-im- t IS. Yeager I00. F. Lee Hill Francis, :ad as manv other who may Xational Hank and ivas one of tt for generations. His death is a loss some of the live stock ho will dispose Sophie Alcoro $200. .1. II. Jones 2."iO. Mrs. Harvev Helm $100. Jack1 fee' that thev want to give u day $2,000 John S. Haughinan $1,000. t'rst stockholder Thnt institution that will be felt bv many, but the of. A splendid lot of live stock of Mrs. W. P. Huchnnan $1,500. Harry Rout sT.O. Miss Sue Roirt $50. Miss1 to help llont the loan. The cancel! closed Monday afternoon durintr his wife who stood by his side through all kinds will be sold. ,. Marv Moore Ranev 50. W. II. Havs'injf oii speaKing owes huikcs u im- - fnneml mil nf r.wn,.( r.,- - i,i, ...i,.. all How-srJacobs $50. T. J. Hill, Jr.. $250. those long years, will mis3 A PRISONER OF WAR Dcborde $100. J H. Ilill $800. K.irl V. Spoon- -' iterative to call on the people in their had been one of its best friends in most nnd to her every heart in him Newland $100. Geo th:s A Washington (t H. nnmre $10i. W. Martin $100. .homes. The bonds must be sold and the years that liad "one by It. JXf.0. T. I). Newlmid $300 . community goes out in sympathy. Archie Popplewell, dispatch says that of Hustonville, has L. C. King; this is about the only way to reach reased wns tht last "surviving mem-5itf- l. May a good God give Dunbar $2.n-0Woods $500. J. It. Cnmenixch $200, her strength to Mrs. M. M. Sweeney $60. .las. those who live out of town. Help the ,r 0f art.,. fannlv Mrs. W. P. Logan $100. Dr. J. F. His brothers bear her irreparable loss ami cnnsn been taken ns a prisoner of war by the Germans. He is from the Kidd's ... Rowan Saullev $100. gentlemen who are trying to. hclpinn.1 it..r -- lw 1...1 Peyton $500. J. C. Kubimks $1,000, Wrvh hu loss tn mi; nor to W. S. Kmbrv enn toe nur uv ruiaiug niuuey lor 113 grave are: Newellii.iiucti iiiiiiShanlev eternal syi feel that her tnnV is his Store section, near the Casey line. Mm. K. A. Itlain $100. Mrs. W. A. T. I! Mubbell $100 Klmore. ..in ehi. Tbe bnrinl Hatcher $100 Mr. ami Mr. P. L. $100. J r, Hmley j.,00, K. R. Cole-- . maintenance, by not only nuying a Klmore, Menefee Elmore and Matt in BuflT.fS Cemetery Monday Brig. Gen. Charles A. Doyen, coml. c Anderson $1.000, nonil ulien tliey call on you. nut go F. and Mr G. Bruce 200. Mrs. II. H. Davis $50. man sr.iio, Hrndy. t noon after an appropriate funeral mandant of the Marine Training U. L. Caneer $100. H. L. Fagaly Mfs K C. Wu'ton fioo. Smith Ran-- 1 with theni ami try and induce your mother of Mr. W. II. Brady. Mrs. discourse at the late home by Dr. Corps at Quantico, Va., died of I, Lindsay Ranl.in $500. W. neighbors to liny. Let there lie "A ftnilor and Mrs. I'nrselev. A number Hruce. of tb- $100. W. II. McKinney $500. Mrs. G. kin church $500. Adam llroa. S600. loud in Every Home" nnd all will 0. Rose $100. K. T. Rav $50, K. C. II. Iliw Mis Miiraret Tipton V,0. Miss Min- be well. ........... Walton $500. Miss Eva Rankin $250, $60. Miss Mayine Sin Mrs. .1. M. Rankin $250. Mrs. W. H. nie Ropl.-gleton $.' J. K. Hruce $'i60, C. Mob- - STANLEY CHATS WITH WILSON Hhanks $50, Mrs. J. H. Paxton A Washington City dispatch says: Miss Annie Dunn $200. Mrs. W. ley $500. Mrs. W. K. IMion $5ii Wilnoo. .1. F. $500, Gov. Stanley liad a confereuco of S. Fmbry $100. Mrs. P. M. McR.b lium Bee .( $100. Miss Jennie Newland $100, P. I He.'. $100, W. M. Dve $100, half an hour with President Wilson, $250. P. at which the Kentucky political situGeoitre Mrs. W. G. Gooch $1100. Misses Ali-- e J. O. Wo'dfon A. C. Mono $100. J. ation was gone over thoroughly. Your quota of the Fourth Liberty Loan is $338,350. ' .About and Rose Alcorn $750. h. b. Alcorn Bright Ali-Joseph R. Walter S'.lKni The President showed the keenest $250, Mr. and Mrs. William Severance $550, Miss Jennie Wirren $5'!. $50. Wulhv,. Walter $1 COO. Mm. M. interest in Gov. Stanley's campaign $158,000 of this amount has been purchased, leaving a shortage of C. t'ndvrw-i- d $100. J. N. Carter lor ine Senate. Miss Charlotte Warren S50, Miss :.00. Re. hn ( Toyl.r $60. Mrs. lib. re.opects, and intended staying Ilallou $HQ0, Mrs. James Gooch Mm. Alice his respects, and ittondtd staying about $180,350. Before a subscription is complete it must be made $250, Mrs. Omer Foster $50. Mm. Heitie Mueller $1,000. i ' e HDD, M Mi a Ilelle but a few minutes, but the President ' Sum Robinon $50. .Woman's Club of .Stanford $50, Mrs. Willium Tribal .Denny $100. Mi Kate Va uiy $50. J. appeared so anxious to hear all in writing on blanks furnished by the Government for purpose. 10i.J. II. Haughmnn about conditions in Kentucky that $50, Mist Pnttie Alcorn $50. Mr. O. Newland S5.000 Jam.? Hunt 260. Mike Rog-e- r the call lasted far beyond the time Adams S100, II. X. Jones $100. 1VI $100. Lokhii Hubble $1,000. Mrs. originally allotted. Many who have verbally subscribed have failed to sign the blanks. White $200, Salem .t Salem $250. G. During the morning Gov. Stanley H Musters $200. Ilohon Campbe'I Muggie Royalty $500, A. K. Dunn $200, W. II. Wearen $1,000. Miss called on Senators Beckham and Frank JMIfl, August Ridder $50. They and all who expect to subscribe are urged to go to the of .Spoomimoro $C00. O. P. HtitTman $50, Luttie Helm $500. J. H. Holmaii Martin anil members of the Kentucky Ho talked over with Moore. $.100. Lilburn Daugh rtv $50, T. P. delegation. (Jeorgo Reed S50, Clarence their choice at once and complete their subscriptions by signing the $50, Arch McRoberts $100, II. F. Ilright $250, Morriron Bright $260, them the prospects of prominent dem-- 1 Rout ocrats coming to Kentucky for the Coin $100. K. T. Pence, Jr.. $200, W. M. Ilright 1.000. It. !' V, A. Tribble $250, Harry Hill $100. $100, Mrs. J. H. Owsley $1,000, Mrs. campaign, and found that many lire blanks, which may be found any bank. If the amount needed to Kewell Fox $100. l)r. L. J. Jor.rs A. K. Hackley $100. Mrs. Mattie K. ready to speak in his behalf. $50, Dr. J. W. Ilrynnt $100, T. W. Skirvin $100, Win. P. Grimes $2,000, HAVTTVOU VISITED IT? prosecute the can not be raised by selling the best securities on Ilomhlo $50, Frieda Robinson $50. S. .1. Kmbiy. $l.i00, D. M. An..'.rson, Have you visited Tho Bargain $50, Mnrshall $500. Florence Robinson Store, Salem & Salem, proprietors? .). W. Acey $100, Newland $100. bearing a good rate of interest until paid, it will be raised by diIf not, you should do so. They have Clms. Carter $50. Dr. K. J. Drown A WORD TO THE PUBLIC moved into the old Severance & Son I). II. Southard $50. A. C. $100. Dr. I am compelled to insist on tho store-roorect taxation, no of which will be returned. Let's have no slackacross tho street, nnd have Gotrov $100, G. W. Sneurs $200, W. H. Hill $1 000, John K. Dye $1,000, more prompt payment of the bills a magnificent stock of clothing for that are due me by my customers. I both ladies nnd men. "See the new K. L. Hubble $2,000, A. C. ColTey ers, let every person in the county, regardless of age, sex, or color, npprecinto your pntronnge, my dear dress material they have just gotten JUOO. Rirhnrd Hester $500. 11. U. I can't wait forever on in nnd comnaro tneir prices with Davis $200. Henrv James $100, H. friends, but do his or her whole duty and the needed amount will be easily raised. tho pay. Please do mo the kindness thono of others. Hoys, youths, men. R. Young $50, J. S. Turpin $50. DuiiL'hertv $50. J. D. Willis to call nt your very earliest moment old and young, we can fit you nnd your bill. This please yon in stylo nnd price. See mo Any bank in the county will lend money on six months' time to buy $100, II, N. Swan $50, Sam Robinson and letyou if receipt you owo mo. Henry C. us ueioro you liny. Tho Bargain 100, National Haul: ot liustonvllle mentis 81-tStare, Salem & Salem. Peoples Hank of Huston-t.1- o Andcison. SJ 0,000. It The Widow's Mite ti 'rz.- - self-denia- i Vf - I nft-erno- citi-'en- ery ina i , he MOUNTAIN-WAYNESBUR- l- - ,e slo-X.- J.-n-ie Pr -- 1 .j t' I 3 1 s. l - '''' I -- I.- ) o 'Xi Giv-eni- .. U-- I ... $'!, , ,. 1 a. after-hlnior- e. 2- -- iTiir TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY: I .!(, Ll-le- n . 'i-en-- -- that banks at war IbbbI earth part but "Mi Lil-bu- f, BRONCHIAL TROUBLE SINCERE GRATITUDE Mrs. A. E. Sidenbcrder, Hockficld, Mrs. William Hell, Logansport, Ind , Ind,, states: "For nn attack of bron- - writes: "I deem it my duty to e.- lilnl trouble which usually nssnils press my gratitude for tho good n.e in tho spring I find Chamberlain's Chcmborlnln's Colic nnd Diarrhoea Cough Remedy tho only thing thnt Remedy did when I had a severe at gives me relief. After using it for tack of diarrhoea threo years ago. n few days all signs of bronchial It wns the only medicine tlnit'reliev- U'ouuio disappear." tcd me." I 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. Buy n Liberty Bond today. Buy a Liberty Bond today. ! . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, THE E. Tuesday, Oct. 8, 1918 . INTERIOR JOURNAL C W.llon and J. H. Wrlfhl mttttr. MONEY? If you want money to increase your Wheat tmi tUtt (Mil WATTERSON PRAISES Crop, If you want money to harvest your Corn Crop, If you want money to buy cattle and hogs to produce meat for our boys in France, If you want money to buy Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds, Come and see us at Lincoln County National Bank The Bank on the "corner next to Court-house- " SALTONE New Saltone Received. Nothing for Your Hogs. Try It. W. H. HIGGINS, -- Stanford, Ky. the unseemly nunrrol of Henry Wntterson and Senator Hvc-hi.n- i, in which the one denounced the other for everything he could think of For yeara the name of Hcck-ks- tr was tnboocd in the Cour'rr-.lournn- l, hut Hcekhnm voted nirnlnst womnn sulTnitte. opposition to uhtc'i hii hern a hohhv of th editor fir ye. rs and lo Mr Wntterson forgive nnu forget nil and quotes nppro-int'- lj speech, from the Senntor'.s which he chnrncteriies ns "iiilmirnMo and statesmanlike " The editorial must hnve slipped in, however, when Judjre Itinchnm wns not looking, for Mr tried to nrt dny, he approval, kill nil oferiti hv hit Wntterons cm of Hcckham's speech, which he Cinimed is nn nreumont of sentiment and not of Ionic and shnrplv lecturing him for not standing hy the President in everything he thinks nccess- sr.ry to win the war. T hus nt one fell swcop Senntor Ueckhnm made a 'no to pniie him and n friend to revile. Politics nnd war are oftn nnd properly similarly defined by a short ami ugly word. Thirty conscientious objectors were sent from Camp Znchary Tavlor last week to serve from ten to 'JO years cj.cIi in the Ft. Iavcnworth penitentiary They were sentenced by court martial for refusing to obey the orders of their superior officers to rake or plant crass seed in the base hospital ntea. They also refused to wear uniform or cook their own meals. In nine cases out of ten the conscicn-t'ou- s objector, is a coward who does not want to defend the fln of his country and prefers prison sentences to army life. Thev ciiRht to be made to live under such conditions that to shoot and be shot nt would be n picnic in comparison. Senator Norris, who is the reptib l.cnn nominee to succeed himself is shrub. He voted a ncr.inst the declaration of wnr, npainst thi! draft nnd niratnst most of the wnr revenue bills. He Said in a speech that the war would nut the dc liar sisn on the American fin;: and that it was inaugurated on the de- n.and of c;old so thnt the blood of millions miirht be coined into the nirtal If the republicans of Nebras . .1awa ink t lllttil III' fl I'llUIH'C OUl.II n ninn nn niinptl lI of their loyalty will ro It will be in oof positive that they not only ar no) loyal but in sympathy with th , Ccrmatis. According to a sworn titi m t that is published with the full ,i. i " of expenditure in the ( in,rr. - i p.'nt t b Kerord. Mr Newberry Sl?i awn and contributed nnf 0('( to win the nomination in fl -' . .in Inhir-it- i niilil primary in S Senator The account h v. to J "vj ' w h he sm-n- t from sweet-scented 1 . J , nt.fl F.NF.MY'S F.FKORT Tho uhlrlitHi nf tlmn hrinira mnnv strancc change. Many rentier I Your "Fall" Needs 0 Arq to be found at this store. We have received most of our Fall and Winter goods, Men's and Boys' fine Suits, Coat Sweaters and Caps. The Walk-Ove- r nnd Nettleton Shoes, also other good makes at ' lower prices. , The best Ladies' and Misses' Shoes on the market. ' The Witch-El- k Work Shoe will last longer than any other shoe 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 and Misses. 1 he and Supporters for men, boys and children. Our line of Hats is better than ever. A full line of Munsing-WeaTuf-NuGloves and O'Bryan Overalls for the workingrnan t none better. Our store is full of new Fall Coods, prices right. Call and look them over. r. McROBERTS, BAILEY & RUPLEY "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" STANFORD, KY. ASL 1 1 JLiIj. will sell at public auction at my farm 2' miles from Stanford on the Stanford & Danville pike, beginning at 0 A M , th- - new-pape- rs Si. Is when we have to pay more i r. will be time enough to ask more In the face of present high prices these are it good buy. V- ir - French Outing (nap not .. 25c heavy) Heavy Outing Good . 29c (heavy nap) Best Apron Gingham 29c Good Apron Gingham 25c Nap Blankets, Good Wool all cotton, and sold as such $2.75 to $5.00 Burson Hose, regular 50c quality, with slight imperfections .. 29c MUNSINGWEAR STYLES ALL tnte th von On the other h.imi Hi i r F it i r .hat not one ' !' prilfl hv him or his frut r - f r n iltri(T,itie nomination -- m ml a cent to be lei t il i'th u y h far the nehi .t mm in M e ln t hi isri n and mukl CHii lit it is to lie put up to th hitrhThe election nf Mr Net bicder ' rn wi'l he I'otut to the woilJ that h who puts up the nii't m i knoiks the ptrsimmon m that st.' c bt't it may not get him uny tiling as the Senate has already t.iken s ps to inegtmate why it was necessa-- v for Mr. Newberry to spend a fort.iro to set his name on the ballot Newspapers are saddled with nier weiKht, as much as they were enrrv inff. Government ollicials have in creased the price of print p.iper t lots, wh'-l- i 514 cents in means a much higher rate to pur chtrers in smaller nuantities All of ua should expett to carry burdins, but it seeems that with the incrcn of everything; in price that go i to make up a newspaper and the draft on its workmen for the service, the makers of new .papers nr catthintr a little heaucr hard n than other concerns. Hkinir sp.i . it ' tni -- f in She I i ,i Vi: ! -- car-loa- d nt Comforts $3.50 to $4.50 Ladies Brown, Grey and Black Shoes Grey, Brown, Black and White Kid Gloves Our goods are reasonably priced, quality Severance & Son 1 1 MOTHERS TO HAVE PART The War Mothers are to hae part in buildini; and supportinK .i furlouiih home in I ranee, where can k when they have a rmn day furlough, for rest and quiet from the roar nnd turmoil of the bvtle front. Dues collected will be u 1 in the funds for this home, for chir ities and for earryinir on the work of A War Jlothr-- ? the orani7tion. Th' I'und hag been inaugurated fund to be made of Liberty I!r n I r.y ner will bo built of dimes. It son may cie a dime to tlvs f ml, or as much a he wihcs Thi dunes stcl-eup into dollars wt'l in veiled in Liberty Loan Hotnl if th. ' be present drive. These bonds w co.ne the financial support if t mothers of Ameiican soldiers They will be the sniior fund upon which the org.iui7i' '" of War Mothurs may lean wlnrt.c their projrain of war work u U too heavily upon private purses ' i u from those bonds will lr tisei! in wit. the war efforts until nn i M eopieK and in aidint; cri pi d needy war mothers in later dr. Contributions luu yvart,. been ofTorud to this fund, iril Kivini; thoir names for $'t eaih Ten will buy a $f.O bond und 2(1 $' 50 $5 will buy a $"() bond and $1 contri butions will add to the dime contributions and so if we con buy a number of bonds wu will be aldini; in buy inif bullets for our boys to no over the top and push the. foe a mile or They can so back toward Ilerlin not cross No Man's Land if wo aro Who will help slnckurs over here. the mothers of the boys who are fighting your battles for you by contributing to this War Mothers' Liberty Loan Fund? Cull AJrs. Rein-har- t, phono 245 and give your name. A list of subscribers will appear in the, next I. J. WAR rol-die- rs ' tret 1 - 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 draft horse, 0 brood man's and colts. colts, CATTLE black bull, 4 One steers. 2 black and 2 heifers, 4 black, 4 red; 27 yearling steers, all good. red, 8 2 yearling heifers, 4 Short yearlings, 5 cows, teds 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 Six yearling mules, 5 mares, horse; 2 mare mules. mule, horse horse mule, red sorrel; horse mule, 2 aged mare mules, aged horse mule. HOGS shonts, 30 pigs. sows, 40 00-lTwelve brood ' SHEEP . Thirty-fiv- e ewes, 22 yearling ewe lambs, 4 bucks. FARMING IMPLEMENTS walking cultivators, 3 turning plows, hay rake, Two 3 double shovel plows, 3 harrow, tobacco plows, disc harrow, Kentuck) mowing machine, iron section roller, drill, Superior fertilizer wheat drill, corn planter (new), wheat John Deere riding corn sheller, 2 interest in new Deering binder, wagons, hay frame, plow, used one season, Frazier cart, 2 wagon and plow gear. FEED 350 bales clover hay, 900 bales straw, 50 bales alfalfa hay. TERMS $10.00 and under cash, ovr $10.00 negotiable note, with six per cent interest from date. DINNER SERVED BY STANFORD D. A. R.'s. I 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 b. I 1 60-toot- h I 1 1 I 1 I I I I 1 T. A. RICE, Stanford COL. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. HWMMMMNWH i- i IttttltltTT .j...-...- ..... . John Ralph Ilerry. of Waynesburg, was severely wounded In action in Fiance. .- - p. U -- 1- iWhuWiiii mli - -ol. ,"aSt-- a 1. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, Oct. 8, 1918 H I 3 r The Penny Drug Store - MJUQaKlift u WITH THE CHURCHES WAR MOTHERS' MEETING SPANISH INFLUENZA The followinp letter from the Lnke A most Interesting meeting of the "I will prench nt MeCormnck'n division the Ameri11 A. M church War "fiitj-lt- " Corn Sunday next. Sunday, nt writes Eld. can Red hendqunrters; of received by Lincoln County Chapter thn of eirrnlt Cross has been school nt 11:30," Mother was held in the loijal chanter, which requests that rourl room Saturday nftcrnoon. (J. Livingston. J. World Hat Never' Known Iti Equal. Rev K. W. ConMey, pnstor of the nil rcirri and heed the suggestions con While this is u wry new organiza--Vfhnt Double Springs Unntist church at tained therein: tion it gives promise of becomini will get rlcl of my cornr To nil Lake division chapters In one of the most active nnd holpfui nynesburg, began n protracted The hn been mule by mil. linn tlirrr's only one cnrn.remnrer meeting there Kuntlny. Ho will do view of the fact that most commun factors in the war work a it I 3 Hint you ran tmnk on. Uinf absoities innv, in nil expect lutely certain, (hat make any corn the prenching, complying with n re- visitation of the likelihood, known it composed of women whose hcarta are cnidemii as deeply stirred, not only by the lovo quest made by the church members. Spanish Inflitenxn, it hns been sug- of country, hut because their boys The Prcsb.tenan Synod to havo gested that all communities nrgnnire are over their or preparing to go. been held with the rhu'eh at It Already they are lit,- - mlng to mako beginning todi y has besn themselves to meet the situation iiu'efinitelv postpoti-v- l in account of Is felt that proper publicity on wnvs their influence felt i our county the prevalence of influonrn. Dr. P. to prevent cold nnd grippe will do by the love and svrr: Ihv thev havo FOURTH LIBERTY, LOAN BONDS L. Bruce, Mr. J. II. Pnxton nnd other much to prevent the spread of the shown to those sumn mg because of members of the Presbyterian church epidemic, ami inrtdeutnlly, greatly the sicklies or death i f their sons in reduce the nerexitv of moving Rc service I'ntil Am meeting the had intended nttcnding. Rev K W Conkley, pastor of the Crow nurses from one community lo wns only temporary, but ONCE AT ARE FOR SALE. CALL Double Springs Ilnptist churrh, at another except in extreme situations. Saturday the permanent organization With this in mind, Dr Willinm It. wn effected with Mrs. E. L. Rein-har- t, Wnynesbiirg, wn here Saturday president; Mrs. K. ,L Brown, from New Salem, whore he Lincoln, division medical advisor, has BANK OR SOME had just concluded n splendid meti- prepared a few simple precautionary vice president; M. C It. Coleman, FIRST NATIONAL rules fur the avoidance of the em- g ry; Mrs. ng assisting the pastor. Rev K C. demic K. ei and the lessening of its in winner recording crctary; Martin A a result of Rev. Coaklcv's Mrs. Ilupii Noe, treasurer Mrs. K. ( Walnreaching 2' have applied for bap tensity. OTHER BANK AND SECURE YOURS. I. All colds, however slight, should ton, press Mrs. Hugh tism. A meaihcrshm feo The prner service held at the be treated a possible attacks of in- Renl, historian Corn Pa!n t, Knird-tl- ir fluenza. la Doomsdl Corn Patient iilTuctotl by colds of 10 tents month will be charged. Pre.sb.vtenan church Sunday after on rnrlh prcl neht off like a bimni noon was a nnt impressive and help- should stay nt home and steril'i7e dis. At the next tnvcthig membership ekln nml Hint charges from the nose and throut. tniirlo "(lols-lt- " cards will be given to a committee to ful service It wni under the ausTiKht hnra nml ilni.flni; even when 2. Avoid feeling or spreading fear solicit new menihyr- - nnd it is hoped pices of the Lincoln County Chnpter ou a torn nceil not illaturb of the disease. ynu lno every mother in fllf county will join. If joii apply a few drop of of War Mothers and the object was 1. Avoid crowds. "!M. It" aon Hie corn or acallus, praise and thnkgiving for the vicOnly mothers cii'i be honor members, corn pffler, tint I ion Hunt tories won and prayer for the wip'nf keep Regulate bodily functions and but wives, sisMrs, diiighters may be Vou ilon't li.ir to fool nlth them so. com ou pirl thm rlKlit off with associate members lit of the epidemic In camps, pro fter tho busi5 your ritiKcr Avoid the breath or expelled v ness session Miss Elizabeth Higgins by uslni; '(Jet-I- f tection of the armies and peace Alt "uttlnK mnkrs rnrn nml crow who attended expressed themse'ves cretions from people suffering from sang in her usual pfeasing manner blrnt Why turn IrrltntliiK "The Servire ling" Mrs. Rcinhart or mnko a Imnillr of your toesalvrs as being helped by the service and a colds with (1. Wash out the nose and throat liien gave a most interesting account Upp or tinml ikps? Why piittrr ami desire for other such prayer sen ires r t III bnvr the corn' t'n "iletg-It- " two or three times daily by a nasnl of the meeting nf the War Mothers vhirh doubtless will be held often in spray your rorn-pilIs ocr, the corn or douche and by n gargle with of America held at Evansvillc, which I the future. it 'Vnnrr' nri iih Ih, nun run.. " the cuar.iMtfil. inonry "fl e I The union service at the Baptist a "normal salt solution" ( 'A tea- - she attended as a delegate from Lin8 tiatk i nrn-i- . mnirr, the only juro ounces coln countv One thousand delegates church Sundny night vers interesting spoonful to one glass ysny coats Inn h trlllitnt any ilriiK more. attended the convention, which lastnnd pleasing. After u strong XI ft) by K. Ijiwn net: n clean water) III. 7. All those ki attendanre on pa- ed three days and nights and was full by thenevv pastor, Rev. John C. Mild in Manforil and recommend-- d Mr Holiait Kine, of Paint Lick, Taylor, the other pastors of the citv tient with inlliienza should wear of patriotism and enthusiasm from PERSONAL AND SOCIAL as corn ipont Sunday with her parent here. iy Thethe world's host Storo. remedy gave lum and Ins family a cordial wel- musks such as nre provided b the beginning to end and the spirit of that Pentiv Drue Shlflctt, u tin ha been ll ..inuii meeting was in the Lincoln coanty Clarence Moore "pent Sunday nft come Knch expressed his delight Red Cross iNursing Bureau. with typhoid fever, is getting nl'ii g ernooti with hii liot k'irl at .Mt. Vor-no8. Clothing should be warm and meeting Saturdav Mrs. Reinhnrtv nt having Rev. Taylor here and in Mm llcusic Holtrrlnw has returned aiccly dry. Food somple and easily digest- then introduced Mrs W. K. Warner", hope and from Louixille, where she has been diilged the great work belief that he ed. Drink water freely who was eletted at Evansvillc, vite Mr. It. J. Mrltnhcrta U confined to Mrs William Severance left ye. taking a will do a They spoke business course president for KentuAy of the War hi homo by Illness, t ltl paper regret terdny to visit ndative in SJielhy-MilMr S K. Adams, who ha re- of the splendid relations that have Mrs. Warner Mo'hers of America. heretofore existed between the passlate. PLEA FOR BOY SCOUTS lo sided in Stnnfonl for some time, has I mi Anderson, who in attendMis Kinlly Stevens, of Tanip-iMi churches Among the agencies enlisted in in a few appropriate remarks told moved to Shelby City, much to the tors of the various Stanford coming Walter ing school at Ucrea, i nt home for a regret of her manv friends Kin.. I the guest of Mr nd are confident that the of the Fourth Liberty Loan drive nnd all of her appreciation of the honor that here The following Korsythe. Mr Taylor will bind them even closer other patriotic movements, none are had been given her hricf vaeation. Miskcs Cynthia Dnmsoii and Mary together by Mr. Ollli Murphy and son Cenrgi Mr Mary Mcllee ha in the great work they are more enthusiastic unite to (J Covington, teacher in the Stanthan the Boy committees were iKimed the the presdifferent ident to have charge Uurphv, art' convalescing from ty- Ileerh (!roe, Intl., to visit her on. ford (irjileil and High School, Uoing and will A It may not be departments of work: of went pleasing feature continue to do. was Scouts of America. phoid fever. who are in IiiihIiiow there. of the service generally known that in the three j to Richmond this afternoon to re- Correspondence committee .Mrs. HarroV. I) Wclburn a nenl duet bv Mrs. Mr and Mr S L. Ilurdett niient Mr. Lowt J. June wvl to pievious campaigns this nation-wid- e again gate, Tonn., Monday to visit relative Siinilmv with their daughter. Mr J main until school from I open. .Meade, and Mis Klizabeth Taylor, the latter orgHiii7ation of bov power secured Joe Embry, Mrs,. J N Menefee, Mm. come .New amp a d.iueiitcr of the new pastor. 4iid friend. Krank Howard, at Crnh Orchard one out of every 23 subscriptions, Garland Singleton Baltimore, Mil., that Kddie L. Visiting nnd membership commIewia Mttrshon. who him ben ill Memlame T A and J S lliee near their sale amounting to $200,170,-lfi- o Wade, son of Mr. and Mr J It. with tvpWd fever tor a lonr time i hae returned n vihiI from with Wade, of Walnut Flat, ha reioverud PEACE TERMS LAID The Stanford troop had a itteeMrs. Hugh Noe, Mrs. J. C. Fox, Mrs Stout, Mrs Wm. Grimes, Mrs. getting wtll. friend in Iiuivxille and Lexington. from influenza sutlif lently to leave DOWN BY PRESIDENT worthy part in the third campaign, Jones, Mrs. C E Davis. Mi llemne Wet. of I'inrater, ar- the hospital. Mr. Kdfrar Wilkennn went Sat sclNig $10,000 worth of bonds, and The fourteen concrete peace Reception committee Mi's. Will nlav Ih Crab Orchanl with her si rived Sundav to lie the cucat for a eight of the boys receiving the war Mn. Stewart V Carson, of Stin-forN Menefee, Mrs. laid down by President WilTrihble, Mrs few day of Mrs W It. O'llannon Mr. Dillon. service medal from the V. S Treas-u- r John Pepples. J guest of her mother, ton on January 8, 1918, began with wn Potter ha nturrnil Mrs. I. A T he Mear Dan and Solly Mirtirle, of Mrs. J. W.the are just as anxious to Azbill, for the convenInformation committee Mrs. Hugh fram n vlalt to Mr. an.l Mm W. T. ltell county, were triiets of their rel- tion. Mrs. Harry " Hanger, who the dei laration that the days of pri- play a large part in the present drive understanding vate are if the citizens of Stanford and Lin- Reid, Mr R. D HoIUclnw. Mrs. Jno. .Smith in Lexington. ative. Mr. '.. I. Miracle, of tin liaa been spending several lny in gone interest and that covenant of peace f roviniftoit, county. Mr W O Rrott. only give them a Gooch, Mrs. Spoonamore, Mrs. Bon reBryan. Mrs. John Foster, Mrs. J. N mut be reached in the open Brief coln countv will end with hi mother pMt tli Mr. Sam Itolminoii and daughter. town with menda and relative, turned Thursday morning to her home Iy summarised, the other points chance. If you want to encourage Cash, Mr Bird Mutheny la Uh GtttaWa taction Freda and Klorenee, went to London in Itifhinottd -- I'.iiliiiiiinil Register. putriotP-in vour boys buv a bond were: Home sen ic. committee Mrs. C. Mia Vlrwinia Bnwen has returned Saturday lo apend the week em! with from them. Do not forget thnt Mrs I". L. Keinhart lereived a Absolute freedom of the sea in organiration iF chartered by act thi R Coleman, Mr Hugh Reid, Mrs. to her twine at Lancaster, after a visit relative. of son, Wil- peace or war except a they may be esterday from Mr and Mr Clarence Gardiner, letter lleinhurt. who iaher Mh Iwr.tor. Mm. W K Warner. Congress and is worthy of recogni- John Pepples, Mrs W. K. Warner, Muscle liam lira. 0 H'Tiiiiev an.l - Ii W. V of I,ouiKvillt, and Mi Pauline Sal-le- Shoals, Ala . working in at nitrate closed by international action. tion in every enterprise of thv' gov- Mr. E. C Walton, Mrs. Wm. Trihble. the Removal of economic barriers ernment T'trtej of Richmond, w."- h"re !. of Harrodabunr, were the weekDo not ferret thev are the you our tt lit w with Mr jii I Mr K T. end guest of Mr. and Mr. M B plant, stating that he had right.' flu," among tonation associating them-elve- s owe own boys to whose i ITortswhpn OnTIME CHANGES ON 27th He was getting .i'ong all but maintain peace. Wood. October 27th the various clocks everv encouragement, a'ld Erw. taken ick Tin sday and was stil! Guarantees of the reduction of one omes to you do not turn him of the country will be turned back on MftUlstw P. Fenef. of XL Vw-im- , The W r T. IT. meet with Mr waabed Saturday when the letter waa in armament to the lowest point con- away They are also planning to hour, in accordance with an act of is Tnry siek nd a trained nun Grinatead thi afternoon and the del- written He said thev had 3,000 sistent with domestic safety. m tM city va ordered for him egates to the State convention held place receptacles Congress passed some months ago. evcrj rase of "tlu" there. Impartial adjustment of colonial building in Lincoln in county f school It is claimed that a great amount of iMi msmtMf. in Louuville two week ago will make ir the claims, based upon the principle that collection of tinfoil, fruit pits, nut time, fuel, lights, etc., have Iteon Mr. Dm Breck. Kiss Kary Pick- their report. CONVENTION AT RICHMOND the people concerned have equal shells and other material for govern- saved by turning the clock an hour et Mftk and Mm. Mary Hall, of Mr R C. Ren fro i of Hrrodiiburg, eighty-sixt- h guests of ars. was here annual convention right with the government. Richsaand. have been The ment use in winning the war. No ahead in April last, but if anything week with her son. Mr. lat Evacuation nf all Russian terri f . A. Trihble. John Renfro, and family Little Miss of the Christian Churches of Ken- tory and opportunity for Russia's po- - organization in the town and county of the kind ha been aved in this last Cormnov left thia mom-i- n Thelma Renfro returned home with tucky waa held at Richmond Mr P II. is doing more to wisely direct the en- section, we have failed to hear about to look after her for a hnef viit week and was attended by about Iitual development. for Bradford-villergies of boy life than this and it is it. Evacuation of Belgium. He probably will remain 500 delegate, representing churche hi farm deserving of our best toiihideration ( laud Diniliwwie. a plendid lookEvacuation of French territory and u far east as Ashland and a fur there all winter t Dr J W Weber, the foot doctor, at home for a few ing o I Scott, day Sammie, parent. Col. and Mr west a Mavfield. The four sections righting of tho Tit mnv friend of and hi who has treated hundreds of people A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN f the Goahen eetin. will be triad John II. Dinwiddle, of Moreland, are of the convention representing Edu- wrong. Do you know thnt a beautif'il in Lincoln and Garrard counties with Readjustment of Italy's frontier He has enjoying him to the fulloat improving oman's Missionary SociU know lw i cational. has a good digestion? great success, will take new patient Bible along rerogmzed linen of national woman alwavs ami teen iHit airk with pneumonia Mr Anderson, of Temple, eties. State Mismoii If your digestion is faulty, eat light- till Oct 25th. If you suffer with !.elie huslarg- ity. School Association showed the Mrt. J. M. Kerr wan with her ly of meats, and take Texan. I here, the guet of her onec. better see occasional Free opportunity for autonomous dose of Chamberlain's anTablets to your feet you and advice him at Office band' partmta in Versailles latt parents, Mr. and Mr. William est ollering in recent years, and evi- development of the peoples of free. Consultation progresa in spite of war cond- ungary. also vtaited Mr. and Mr. Anderton. week. She strengthen your digestion. Price 2.ic. at the Hunn House. Stanford. Kv. tf Her hulianil is a lieu- dent IV. T. Smith at Lexington a few day. tenant, now on hi way to Krnnce. ition. The programs included m.iny Evacuation of Rumania, Serbia and noted speakers of the State and othMr. Leo Iiunlap, of Kna Citv. U. I. Conlee, of Kuiimoni', Mr Mo.; Mr. Hiirrv Hoeker. of Danvill". er of national and international Montenegro and guarantees for all through to her mid John Docker, of lluton"l!. med Monday niorniiiir. home at Rich fame, among them being Di W K the Balkan States Parties who have not paid their She had been Macklin, - Mr CI IS. mond Sovereignty for Turkey's portion for :!( enrs a medical ere hen- - Sunday to hto Mercer lounty to attend the lmri.il, of the Ottoman empire and auton-om- v Anna to China; Mrs Cooper. counts made prior to July 1, 1918, .tirs. ,ionn ? for other nationalities. Dr. J. W. Arton .of Incantfr, who ol nor relative,N'ew Castle, Intl iiumera of Indianapolis Kcr ad. for "We are in An independent Poland with acto the iiikI wImi hn been hi In the avmre dress gave stirring references will please come forward and pay at once, as ami want cess to the sea. at Million, Ala., wan here Monday. couple of monthISth atreet our paper chinch's part in the world war. We itlft ent to 807 S. A general association of nations trmniferred to Kort hospitality of Richmond is not He hat I am compelled to raise money and must take have the Lincoln cmintv news," to The surpassed Kvery wish of the for mutual guarantees of independlie l'l. L. Carpenter, integrity to Mian Kan Smrk. of Mt. Vernon, write Mr. and Mr T delegntes was anticipated and noth- ence and territorial steps to collect. Ilintotnilli. their com- lareg and small states alike returnixl liome Sunday after a brief of (Jeorge Chaiicellor. who ha a ing was left undone forfirst to last Tiait with Miaa llerta Jean IVnny. .splendid fort and pleasure from utring of horses and who Houses her home Mhw 1'onny aeromHnied CENT-A-WOR- D were AD.: eiid mint of hm time on the va- open to in abundance dinner thrown .erved guests. The for a day' iit. U h. n re 1 rrnl a word r&rh tMiu ra family rum rare truck of the country, ar- by the Red Cross were superb and Itev. John I' Tajlor and ) Ii Ihti ml med Suiulaj to viit lux parent, Mr. large) patronised, the Indie serving " KOlf r mt a I--"Good W purh in aave movwl into the Dr. V. II. O'llm-noJ. W. ACEY, Proprietor HIRE horse niiif bugMX) to (iOO each day. on Lancntter street, and Mr. Bedell Chancellor. roaldonre Mr W. P. Ijiw retire, of Akron, O , from was interesting to note the re- gy G IL Masters, Stanford. K. g Harry Hill and family are It llr. with hi lation of Stanford to this convenluw licen heie mimdnitf FOR pure Timothy see Newiand & thn Ilaptiat wronKi'. iclwil germi Mr. V. I. Kmcaid wa down from many old friend who are always hi tion. The host. Rev. Homer W, N'ew land i)0 5rVi purity; 05 i 75-to H'f Kiehmond. Akeil how he liked hm adoptedhim. He thedoing well inwe'll Chi pouter, who was elected president uition. Prieeright North, hut home in I have two nice ponies to let out w home he aanl: "Kine; Kiehmond for the ensuing year, is a Kain-tutk- " - s. he t .ier whenwill return to "Old monej of Dr .1 0. Carpenter. The prei-ii.,- to school children to break and use .t,.t.,..i..i,t.i.i...i.t.iliii . a..).. mm ..s.i.. in n flnit place to live." What he makes all the nf the convention was Rev. during the school term. W. L. " it eomimretl with SUnford, we aaked: he need. 81-many k me Joseph W Hngin, for heveral year "Oh, don't wa lua reply pastor of the Christian church, havFOR SALE 30 "cattle, weighing Cnnnoi Be Cxuaa Tht follownf. relative of the late wpi I.' vl. ll'llh TIONB. . ttiey ing married Miss Roberta Cash, of between 800 and 1.000 pounds. Thev Mr M. D Klmore attended hi fniier Rev. W. K. Lllis, nie good Lincoln county. t II. .' tibie i it Hiinui Miss Eugenia feeders. remit llio n.irrl. i ,i hxkl il hbiumi urU al herti Monday afternoon: Mi Sus'o also a former pastor, was chairman Dunn. Huitonville, Ky. 79-t- f u n.u lv rntintliuiK ml t "vlltlom mii.I lllnion'. Cincinnati: Mr and Mr. m I'lJ'r to iuie il ,'U niuki of the nominating committee. Rev. an A steer, two years old, KSTRAY Cldu Klmoie, Jelliro; Mr. and Mr inl.iniil ri.m 4v Hull Ottarrh M. n Howard J. Rnueltou, the present came to my place Sept, 23 Owner per i il' me the Klmore. da rows Kttiwah, I'an: ; Mr. Kliiah Hi H.titnknIh lmnuiiouH mid act of Itiru IMutm conducted the devotional anil can get same by paving for his keep urf.i on iu suasions Tenn. Lewis Kone of Klinor. n riod of on the and this ad. C. Bender, Junction and r iinn HH' on inlirih h MiUiiln Klmore served couitesie committee. City, K. lmore. Jolliio: Mm Jo nt ph.ilja of Iu iibtil b . .iiiiitt 1'eytoii Klmore, II of the nom n liaiiKhUtr and Jli ri h' ' '( in toil.-- , k'.mn C K. Tate was a member Bible school PRODUCE I will give ou the ' I of inating committee of the Mr. and ,Mrs Marl. in Car- i . .1 ' I il i ' section, and Mr. It. T. Bruce par- highest price for nil kinds of countrv rier. Iiuiville; Mi. mid Mr Whitt. oinln. - Willi t Ri. . i t if I'll. .tliin of ticipated in the pageant conducted produce, give me trial. I aleo ruin-di- e Itiuentw; Mr. and Mr. WeKterr1"!.! ii unci .11. nth In I! II h ...nr'i 11 ill n high grade fertilizer. J. H. Mt.I. I'll M' . Is I lilt ' n by the Young Women's Missionary and family, Pnrw; John Trotter. Mr. S, ii.l for 81-l- p liti.iiii mi in mliirliti . Cnb Orchard, Ky. Circles in which nn offering of over Marn. livn M irm, .1 amen Mhitk, nl. ili ?r e LOST- - Pocketbook containing tax CnmplielUville; Mr. Miuistiel.l. It J. $1,000 was made toward opening u A i'ii I'ruph . ToN Jo O III M-''1 'IUKK " 'f mo nil; Mr. Jnnii'H t'.'irricn anil mission station in Paraguay, Soutli receipt nnd other receipts and also l ' II A me ilea, to lie fostered Lost between Mason's Hhisv VimiU'Ii. LoiiikviIIg. by young S17 in bills. KENIUCKY CKAB ORCHARD, Others at- Gap nnd Stnnfonl, or in SUnford. women of Kentucky. "rny-i- ir tending from Stnnfonl were "7i Reward if left at Interior Journal ofS" "N. C K. Tute. J. II. Bryan, M. L. fice. Solly Mliacle, Pineville, Kv. p Cnncer. W. A. Trihble, J. H. Perkins, VVeich-s- ! .1. C Kubnnks. W. II. Shanks, 0. P. V VK nro at Severance h Son's old Hiiirmau, Miwies Ophelia Lackey nml stand with a splendid stock of clothThe convention se- ing both for Indies nnd gentlemen. Claudia Carter lected Hopkinsville us the meeting It will bo well worth your time to II. J. B. place of 1UIU. 1 thoroughly investigate our stock Tho Bargain Store, buying. KNIFEI.ESS CHIROPODIST Salem & Salem. WANTS THE OWNER TO CALL It FOR SALE House nnd three W. C Rngsdale, who lives on the House has seven Lincoln Farm, upon entering his acres of laud. chicken house one day last week rooms, big porch, good outbuildings. found a live dollar hill nt the door. Land well fenced, fruit trees and sevlit was not nblo to toll whether uny eral chestnut trees. Good cistern, of the chickens hud been taken in ncvcrfuiling well, also pond. Any one exchange for the money or whether desiring to see property, write John 78-t- p '". .' somu man's conscience had led him W. Cooch. Moreland. Ky. Ijyjrwm "'Ijj'.jUlJ "'!1!' tl !L HltLMI inh'tiiuinjnijiHm back to tho scene, of a former escaSTRAYED OR STOLEN I Black pade with the ill gotten gain. Whut-ev- male, heavy inane, slim, lengthy tail, muy be the cnuso of the contri- fore top sheared, front shoes corked, bution, Mr. Itugsilule would be pleased in thin condition, good walker anil STANFORD, KY. to havo tho owner of tho five cnll and foxtrotter, strayed or stolen from get his money. LaRue Countv near Phil, Casey county, Sept. 27th.' Herald. Notify Charlie Daniel, Cooper Ky. It III Standirs, Walkers, for nnrr ' .'' vyjcgcvj N'icho-l.isvill- e, AT THE rorie-pondin- r' repro-rtmeativ- Lincoln County's Quota Is corn-fonl- rr $338,350 , n -- 1 1 sci-mo- e. pro-posa- ls tr. w.-el- c e, f-- e Ahmce-Lorrain- Austria-H- mis-sion- AT ac-rULi- .,- lu-e- llar-rate- f The Lincoln Pharmacy Tlie n otcu-jrpin- tt QaJt Store m ,m son-in-la- it iue-tion- ," Ctrrh i . In-- il Dunlap Shoes For Men $7.00, $7.50. i" A Step Foward in Quality, .$6.00, UO-S- p . ,!''' I r i I l Mi-u- t I W. E. PERKINS A. O ' ' I r m iJtwv tt-- 1'l Mes-dani- 1 ffl 81-2- fw K'H $ 'M (If bo-fo- J. W. WEBER n "i,j 41 Foot Doctor THE HUNN HOUSE in v' ' ' ' tV The Kiddies Favorhe Fo unfair) er 4 Vi IV J' 1 t m 'S The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, Oct.. 8 1918 J ( (KB H H -SWITCH extra large ball bearings. No other farm light-pla- nt engine is so equipped. ht Big Ball Bearings; Better Light engine is 1J equipped throughout with ALLEY-LIGH- T ' LAND. STOCK AND CROP Mmt., -'- 14 21 V - I'Unt U 27 tnch lone Inche wlJe Inch lilfh These ball bearings help Lalley-Ligto give better light by helping the engine to run more smoothly. They save fuel and oil. They cut down friction and wear. Lalley-Ligbrings better light 1 1 rents a pound. JThey nv. ernircd 170 pound. II. V. Cain bouRht of Mr. MeOnij. rnt-ti- c old, of Tennessee, 3S at H font a pound. At tin- - unit' of W. II. Shanks. WorthinRton, Minn., nn nvornce of S2T2 was made on the 35 hojjs, , The top price wns $1,2(10. W. C. Klovd, of the West Knil, bns sold to K. It. Kidd, of Liberty, lil acres of Inud lvlnr on the Huston-villi- pike, for $10,000. H. F. Cnin sold to V. M. llriclit "1 im pound rnttle nt 10V4 touts n pound, and Mr. Cnin nlo so'd ti f. V Jones 20 hojrs nt 17 578-pouu- d 200-poun- to J. C. Johnson for 17c. J. Lindsay Hankln sohlto J. C. 15 cattle nt 12c. John-so- n M. Hnnkin nnd sons sold 8(1 Iiors ht every farm. It brings power for a water pump, churn, separator, and so on. Wc will be glad to demonstrate Lalley-Ligfree on your place. Call for the owners' testimonial book. HUSTONVILLE MOTOR COMPANY THE FORD GARAGE Agency Lincoln and Casey Counties bright, steady, safe light to ht 0 fv l- JBL JLiwv V 'f(f!Tfll 1 - i & JUpHt iF stiMWwMtsM na-Ho- - proud of her sons at what the have LINCOLN COUNTY IN FRONT or lone 'in all the ba'ibs of the In the "Old LiuV's Letter contains Kentucky historjaterda T rend with interest the let-- i of such men Hi nany of the 'rv&o' M "5. Walton Fori?y with re-- y our own Gov. deeds Shelby and Col. Isaac the th keeping of n pennancnt William Whitley, the leader of the Tjctird in ch county (if the soldiers 1W - I ! L T . nd sailors anJ their valiant deeds 'Forlorn Hope." will visit Iris wife If Mr Forjry find many countv he Leajcue of hi me Rood things would by our paLincoln county, at th hcginninK of other organisation done the winning for ' eonilit, enured such a iiook to be triotic r welfare of the prepared and the name of each man, men.hishewar and theout to fight for has sent whtct or volunteer, has been reeord-- d ' Democracy that shall not perfch ami sufficient space loft under his that name to make the individual record from the earth." PENNINGTON. T. W. of his achievements. There is a Stanford. Kv. standing comniitld-- in olyKe of it, Sunday's The who make it their busing h that each Courier-Journa- above is taken from l. soldier frrn the county Will have his tdace in the book, nnd all that is of Historic interest will lie recorded and Twelve American submarine clins the individual will receive all the ' ers played a bij part in the recent tredit ctuo ftira. (reduction of the Austrian naval base Lincoln county has always been at Durazto. wmammmmmmmmm : in this Krcat war. The Lilx-rtService V i A WE GROW A COMPLF.TE ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT AND SHADE TRCE. SHRUBS VINES, ROSES, PERENNIALS, ASPARAGUS In fact "Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden." EVER-GREEN- FREE CATALOG. H. F. Hillenmever & Sons LEXINGTON, KY. (No Agenti.) i rllnvs the inflnmmntion which causes practically all stomarh liver and !ntetinnl n'lments. including appendicitis. One doc w'll convince The Lincoln monev Pharmacy; The Penny Drug Store venra" ytandine;. nnit'ire so b- - I s to c'sil'i' convulsions, followed b I hnuiht nv time lr h"morrbi"e his world wns sh"rt. and believed it 'he last medit !ne I would ever take It is now eieht weeVs since, nnd I am feelin? better thn for m"nv ears." It is a simple, hnmrless prep. return rnnioves th catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and groes in Lebanon Enterprise. work for 25 cents per shock for cutNOTICE OF DISSOLUTION'"'?. R T Hnicc. of this citv. nnd his ting corn their nnnies will be given Notice is hereby given ikal la hrother-in-lnw- . W. It. Turley, of to the Fayette Council of Defense Goshen Telephone Company, wa Itlrhnioud, will leave tomorrow for and reported to the State council, the unanimous ronsent of nil of Atlnnta to attend the Southeastern which may result in their being stockholders, dissolved on Octoarr lEaU Cleoririn Fair, which is in pro-v-placed in CIiism A I by the dm(t HUH. nnd its atfairs arc being wou there. They have shinned nearlv a boards r tfl 1. 11. llUllfS VlUVUIl, up, of hcir fine Kentucky Red Prcaldont. if. p Nl'NNKI.LKY. llorkshire hoes, with tbev 81-M Warder nnd wife, of Hen Secretary "licked the plntter ''.nn" nt the weir killed outright and J. 'h F Me fnir, nnd predict will A tiny bottle of l'rrernne cotM bill a A, Dubinin, also of Shclliyville, wns llessie Wade has re tune J Mm wear all of ' (due tls olT red bv lew tint st FUiy tiriif; ittore, but is iMila injured when the auto in which they from a islt to Mr and Mrs. VT, T fie- hi" ' w in the "Gate CUy of rirnt to rrimn-j- eory b.inl corn, were ilHung struck ji ninnwav Wade it Corlnii jih." tbrnnl tin trn, or iiirn Utwii-- the iilue. wHIhhiI siirenort nr irritation DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Fru'Knir m tlH M'tiAitional dix rr , John Felnnd. a nrommont attorney, i( a L'inciiitiiitt I'liiii. It is uott'hsfiil is dead nt Ho'ikinsville. He was a republican lender. "Ecry county in Kentucky h .s Tvventv-on- e dealMs of j.oldir nt been granted a sugar allotment for r'imi) Znthnrv Tnvlor from Innuenrn October equal to two pounds per capita," Federal Food Administrator for the thlrtv-tw- o were retKirted lu)ii ndinr at fi o'clock last nii;ht. Fred M. Sarkett says. "This ration will be continued and. no further MoliilJ7.stion of the full forces of tvrii-Ht- ; be lin Ilnii fro" to combrtt shortages or surpluses should l, , i..,i,. nf Siinnish influetizn come manifest anywhere," he con was determined upon in Washington tinned. We have a supply of extra good Marvelesterday. 'Now is the time above all others not to relax but to intensify eiTorM." ous seed wheat. Have run it over our cleanHaving derided to iro to Hon la whs the jdea of Secretary Mc.Vdoo ostcilHV, commentiiur on the Lib- to live, I will sell at public auction ert" Loan drive. ers twice. Tests 61 lbs. to the bushel. All at my home in Middleburg, leirin-ninThe clolntr of schools, churches, at 10 A. M., Sunday schools, theater and other OCT. 16tb WEDNESDAY. from one crop. This wheat yielded 35 bu. lo wns ordered at U'rhmoml. The following personalty: Va.. after the health aiitlmrities had Stock Ew, 50 Good reported I. B00 cases of 5(fenish the acre. The best wheat we received this sea2 Nice Milk Cow.. Frrih. there. mre Mull, bsy fair Althouxh 25 more deaths of snl-ii- nnd nice 1 ones, fV,.nt Snnih ipflupnTa were son was the Marvelois. Price $2.50 per bu. 20 YeArlins; Cattle, weight 1.053 from Camn Zarharv Tavlor potlndi, hospital authoritie yesterday, base CjtlltV. Kite hnt hev reirarded the ipfoun'-e' 25 Hog., ss lss alnrmincOre Ford Touring Cr, The total casualties in the N'it. lot nf llou.rlinld and Al.o annv in France reported to Oi-- t Kitchen aI urnilurc, including Srwin; are in 010. divided as follow, Msrhinr Heating Stovr, etc r' dead 13?57. wounded 21 50! ni'.-ini- r Term, made known on day nf aalp. in action 5.248. The :ops in hi GRANVILLE LUTES. , ri r re division aie not included I Middleburg, Ky the statement. II Dinwiddie. Auctioneer. Cot John n THOUGHT M1" Tjm-- COME DISAPPOINTED "I never w?ii mure surnneil in nn if I took the first d life than M "f Mn'T's Wnnde'flll llemeilv V stoinnch tro"bl hd beep of ei"ht 0. "ir-lond Shel-byvill- e. st W C. Wlkoron Ins sold his fnrm on the Sprinufield pike, just beyond the Mrs. Knte Spnldinir nlncc, to W. H. Payno. The fnnn, which Is pnrt of the Snnhlinjr fnrm. contains 115 ncrcs nnd the price pnid was $1I,-00- penru proposals LIFT OFF CORNS! will ho n rejection. When his nnswer is delivered the President will net as spokesman not (inly for the United States Government but nlsn for all tlie Drop'Frccionc on a touchy nations allied In the fight against the corn, then lift Hint corn ' Central Powers. The French yesterdnv enptured off with fingers llerry au Hue, twelvo miles north of Ikhrims, and thereby have brought n lwin't hurt a Ml' Drop a little further mrfrace to the German line. l'tceone on nn nchin wrn. inKtuiUly By iva additional ndvnnce Laon 11. at iiirn Mops hurting, thru )mj lift vill be put in n intcket nnd Neuf-rhatit right out. Vet, ni.iglc! No numbugl All along the front mvnnced. from the North Sen to Verdun the Allies made inrunda into the enemy's li line. The llritish hnve scored enst of Arras nnd between St Ouentin nnd t'nmbral, while between Rhoinis nnd the Mouse tin! enemy has sulfered heavy reverses. In the region northwest of Verdun rlie Americans mnde local gains after terrific fighting. the Aujtro-Gorman THE LATEST WAR NEWS Tho reply of President Wilson to PUBLIC SALE On SATURDAY, OCT.' tlity 2Mt'?4 As a Kvery hod v invileil to be jiroa-cwith stock. It h free to All. Thore wore not mnuy-huyepresent on Oct. flrtl. Htd the sale was enllori off and tho date sot for Saturday. Oct. 10, 118. T. J. ELLIS, Pretideat, result of it number of neH. P. DAY, Secrctury. , Fnette county refusing to tlw-'tr ni The Farmer. Stock CruW, WnyaesBurg, Kjr.t Will offer for sjilo lit thr tow nf Wnynosbtirtf, Ky. 59 of Work MuWs, 100 WenlMg nnd Ycnrllnira, a Number of Brood Mare nnd Work Horse. rtr nl l, e Marvelous Seed Wheat puruc sale g 3-- cnr-Ui- a 850-Poun- ,i - J. H. Baughman & Co. w-- Public Auction Sale -- OF- ht t 65 Acres Land In Boyle County I j J conomy Since 1912 both calfskin nnd sole leather have risen over loo?t. All other items that enter into the making of a pair of thoes are higher tome several hundred per cent. Our advice, in view of this situation, is pay atJrast 7. 50 to for your shoes. It'u true economy. 11 rrM Fifm vSsfe SsY 1&1 aJ TsH y Hi fit W. you get from the bet ter workmanship and materials will justify the expenditure. Cmc in aud see our Crossett models for Fall, satisfaction The L" Uf HUSTONVILLE There will be preaching nt the of Hustoinillo Prcsbvterian diun-Rundav mornini' next. lMth. bv Hev. .1. E. Clark, of SnrincnVhl. when it is hinpd th"t everv mnibcr of the j I ch"rch will be present.-One of the most enloyable snr'al of the sp"on was a "chirKen roast" I'iven by Mr and Mrs. Joe V Rout Tuesdav eveninir in honor of '.Ioh HiWs who is home on a fur-- ! I loi'f h. The lunch spread was a niot Those present were leliciotia t Mr. and one. Will Neil Mr. and! Mrs. Mrs. Will Hip". Mr. and Mrs. Jones Mr. and Mrs. June "am'hrnan, t'neker. Mr. and M'S. IPeVs Mr. nnd Denn. Mr. ind Mrs. SIv Mr J. P James "ii of Manchester. K"-K'lnMrs Hiirnev '5tehpnson, Mips "'nrhe H'irnette, Ed'th "'nlbum Lo-- i rone Combet. Anna Il'cks. Knte Wnrripe M"rv Oabbert. nss l!nii"h-mnn- . Mrs, Stephenon. Klizal"th ''nrlwsle Mves. of Lvxlni'tnn;, Mesr John Hicks, Knger Hicks Curl t'nnson, Georire Ilarnette nml iifT-iir- a 1 ON THURSDAY. OCT. 17 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. This land is located just in the suburbs of the City of Danville, on has a splendid the Shakertown pike, one mile from the court-houslots, with one boundary frontage and will be sold in five to ten-acof 25 to 30 acres It will be so divided and sold as to give prospective purchasers an opportunity to purchase a? many acres as they may desire, even to the purchase of the entire tract. This land is known as a part of the Captain Massey farm, and recently purchased by Messrs. Robinson. Murphy and Dunn, was the present ownerc. It was bought by them at5 a speculation and will be put up to the Iigh dollar and sold. The land has a splendid stock barn, a splendid tobacco barn, a good tenant houae, good foundation and cellar, where former house burned, is well watered and also has water rights with pipe 'laid from the Danville water works. Plenty of fruit and fine shade trees. Beautiful yard and splendid building sites with good frontage for each. W.ATCH DAVILLE GROW. What were the real estate values in and cl.se lo Danville five year ago? Real estate values will increase in an' near Danville in a greater proportion in the next two to five years. Invest in this property and just leave it alone The enhancement in val'.ie will make a large per cent on the investment. For further particulars inquire of the owners, Frank Robinson, Lee Murphy, Walter Dunn, or J. e, rt . cjfoe lifcs Walk Easy' ZAIakcs s k arl Hick ' C.n Now Eat and Sleep in Comfo't troubled with indigestion or! If vlnenlewness vou should read what Mjks Ai;""s Turner, Chlcairo, 111., his to sav: "Overwork, irrmrulnr menls "ml cflr"lesspes revard'nir th ord'-nr- v rul"s of hilth I'rndii'illv it unt'l lat fn'I I beeame a wreck of mv former solf. I sulTeeed ront'ntial hendHche wns unable in UJLl . "! u.--' iw' r ' ; SCHOOL CLOTHES Neckwear nnd Blouses is now complete. These wearables are designed and tailored to give serv ice and satisfaction. We also have a complete line of Shoes for Girls, and you will find any thing you want in this line at our store, so when in need call on us. Our stock of Boys' Suits, Shoes, Caps, Shirts, a dead wob'ht on mv stomach. I wns very constipited and my, com-- , nlexlon became tlerk, yellow anil wan rn'idilv us I felt. Sleenteogness added to mv misery, nnd I would nwnke ps tired as when I went to lrep. I h"nrd of Chamberlnln's Tart-lrf- s and found s ich relief after Inir them that I kept up tho trei.-mefor nearly two months, Thev rlpnnsed mv stomach Inviuorated myi svstem. nnd sinOo thnt time I "an o'it nnd sleop In comfort. I am to-- 1 dny entirely well." 'av tis nt to disrest mv food which seemed ti j I I v ROBINSON'S ''! A mother went into n footwear hon to buv a pair of shoes for her llttlo son. who accompanied her. An iiFg'Ftant enmo briskly forward, nnd, learninu that shoos were wnntod for tho bov. looked nt feet Intently for n moment. INQUISITION Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man Lancaster, Kentucky 'French kid?" he nsked. of your business whether ho bo French or Irish," flashed tho mother. "I want a pair of nhoes fur im." Pearson's Yeckly. " 'Tis none ' fi. m.. m " . IV I.