You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): October 11, 1918 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1918 int1918101101_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 11, 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. ihi r " ,tr r - . tf1WF . v ." Lvs Established C- 1 860 - The Interior Journal 59th Year. No. 82. Trr - " "Wfr, 4MMMMinR4MMMnp4 I yiyr IS The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, October . I 1 , 1918 Tuesdays and Fridays THE LATEST WAR NEVS American nnd British between St Ouentin nnd Cnmhrai nre pushing ahead nt n sneed nlmost. undreamed of. The fleeing enemy is in rout on n front of thlrtv miles, nnd the Allied armies are giving him no rest. In fhe fightlni yesterday the British enptured the Important Junction point of Le Catelet nml pressed forward ten miles east of Oanihml. Cavalry thrown into nction on Wednesday were continuing to harnss the foe, whose rear guards at only a few nlaceu were nllowed to turn nrd give battle. To the south the French nnd Americans continue to hnmmnr tho Germnns in tlie Champagne and the Areonnc. The probability of nn invasion of Germnny itself by wav of the Rhine valley. is foreseen bv Wnshinron officials ns th result of the slishing victories of the forces. A the cnemv tards today, with n great cap torn In the center of the lines that were already struggling to extricate themselves nnd get to n hort front, ticro is even the possibility of a crushing nnd Immediate military victory tor the Allies. Should the French to the south or the British to the north also succeed in breaking through bc'o'p the Germans can complete an extensive retirement, the capture or destruction of a whole enemy army group may be realized. Anglo-America- n -a. iiiitt---- TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY: ' L. B, Franklin, Director of the I War Loan Organization, has des- Although this is a ignalcd Saturday, October 2th as Liberty Day. holidayMhe banks will be open for the purpose of receiving Liberty Loan subscriptions only. No other business can be attended to. All are urged to go to their banks on that day and subscribe. be ample time to wait on everybody. Respectfully, J. S. MOCKER, Chairman, V. There will SHANKS, Assistant Chairman. A communication from Lancaster, W. A. Tribble $250, Harry Hill $100, MRS. J. E. WADU DIES SUDDENLY seventy pounds of clothinc were snnt L. & N. HAULING WATER The dated Sept. 2, stated that the health to the Itclgian last week. Fox $100, Dr. L. J. J nc Mm. Wade. ni;r! 07. ilied uesdav branches were Hustonville, McKIn-"v- . of thnt town was imnmvfMg and nn Each freight train on the L. & N. $50, Dr. .1. W. Ilryant $100. T. W. afternoon after a brief lllne of Moreland. Waynesburir. Kim; new death to report, but a letter the carries a tank of water during the iwieumonia. She wa the wife of Mr. Mountain, Hubble, Prenchersville. next day stated that, there were two nresent drouth. The water stntions Htaiihlc $50. Frieila Robinoon $50. J K. Wade, who liven on the Crab Or- Goshen and Gilbert. Creek, Hustori-vftl.- - deaths on the previous day after the of Brodhead. Coznft and Lehnnon Florence Robimon $50, Mamhall chard pike beyond Walnut Flat. tIo"" sending R20 pounds. We ntail left. Mm. MaryT Stephens, of can not supply the demand and hence Newland $100. J. W. Accy $100.. Previous to her marriage h wa wonder if any other county can be.it near Rryantsville nndv Ellen LusV. it is necessnry for the freights to Chan. Carter $50. Dr. K. J. Ilrown ' Mia carry a tank filled with water for $100. Dr. I). II. Southard $50, A. C. mnrrb-i- llruce Derr and he had been tbi? The bny for French hospital colored. l to the huband who is now contained 105 pieces. Cholera appeared in 'Lebanon Aug. steam purposes. A temporary pumpColTev $100, (5. W. Speam $200. W. II. Hill $1,000, John K. Dye $1,000. bowel down with jtrief. for nearly 10 Miw Kmma Tavlor, teacher of 21. nnd between that date and the is- ing station has been put in at Ilnnc- -' She wa an excellent Chris- Louan Creek Mhnnl. with tnemh Fork for nusseneer train", but it sue of the parfpr there wero about 25 R. I.. Hubble $2,000. A. C. Coffey veam woman and for manv am had nnd pie supper ha made ?'!! deaths. John "K. Sewell, the Interior tnitps so much time to supply them $100, Richard Heiiter $500. II. II. tian a been devout member of the ChH-tm- n toward the support of n Frencn or- Journal forenian, was attacked with and as there .is no there, Mnvi $.'00, Henry Jamea $100. H. church. One 'lauphter. Mm. phan n Johnson wa the auction- cholera while nttending the Lebanon as few trains'-- ' take water there as G.orh $2.(100. T. A. Rice $ " 000.- K. Yountr $50, J. S. Tuniin $50, possible. Kilitli Sbon, and several stepson sur- eer and Dr. Morri trustee. Not only are the railroad fair and was in a critical condition Mrs. T. A. Rirv $1,000. Frsnk '"ulDaupherty $60, J. D. Willi neonle findig trouble in getting when the paper went to press. Mis Taylor, of the evr;b rnn "io. IOO, ir. N. Swan $60, Sam Kobinaon vive . Dr. H. J. Ilrazelton preached v $500, Mm. Frank Phillip her funeral sermon at the late home The list of citizens who failed to water, but the farmers are hnvihjr Rei.l ll.ooo. .1. A. Mii'-n- has a roo.n the Smforil Nntv.nal Hank of Huntonville r share of vexation. Mnfiy of K C H.x-kerun away when cholera broke oit was i (nt Red Cross. $600. Ja M $100, Rank of Iluaton-i'rl- e Thumdnv afternoon, after which the "ni 10.000. People them are h.iulin- - water for miles fotj .'0, The Tuniors are asked to make 100 published as an honor roll and Williams $6(" l..e Perkins $10,000. W. D. Snow $50. Willie body w;i laid awav in Kii(ThIo Cemetery. A large crowd of neighbor the rdbwiiur names: John M. heir stock, while others nre selnsr Holm $1.'mui Mr. and Mr- - J line $50. Kuniee People $60, Mm rv linnk each month 'or over- 1: What taehe. will Rochester. W. II. MilW, col., Chas II. off their surplus cnftle, feeling that lost or $11. 610. Welch Rocli 'nj,.hn Pepp'- - $r'0. Mm. W. K. Hilton and friends followed the remains to rf. resting pWe. kVp Mm. Coleman of th.-- i looms' Rochester, Ed McRoberts, J. W. thev can not nffcrd to spend a good J., 000. .toe S. Rice $1,000, S T. .u. Mm. Huirh Reid $1,000, Mm. I. 'heir last Payne, Jr., Thomas Iluford, W. R. portion of their time rccuring water help? Harri $1,000. Chun Wither $500, Saumlem $50, It. K. Cainen $2''i. Carson. Samuel Carson, Tho. Ric- for them. J. Goer Ur. II. G Skilen $500.$60(1,M.Mm. II. .1. TarkiriKton $60. W. K. Warner PRINTING FROM LEXINGTON In5 500, II. ('. IliiUKhmon THE DAILY INTERIOR JOURNAL hard. Hon. T. W. Varnon, G. L. $0. R. J. Mcliter $1,000, II W. T II. Duvall. representing- the COURT DAY. NEXT MONDAY Rev. S. S. McRoberts, W. G. The Interior Journal's (food friend. Hauithmnn $600. Mr. anil .Mm R. Given $500. W. II. Fnderwood $1,. terstate Realty Co., of Lexintrton, of n eood Mr. Joeph It. M. Blnckerby $1,000. C. A. Paxton, has had Saunders C. D Myers, W. I. Roches-ter- . $500. W P. Giv. which the Interior Journal's The Spanish influenza will likelv "C. W. H. MHe-tDr. Jno. 15. Owslev. Thomas 15. keep next Monday, Court Day. 'from W Lynn $200. J. T. friend and patron. Col. Paul Finclr, framed and presented to the editors $2,000, Walter W. .Saumlem $100, em. JilRO. i jreneral Us Kmma Huys SHHI. Mm. J. R. Dur.vvay $100. 0ear Jone $000, trip to this manager, made a special of thi naper a copy of the Daily In- Montgomery, J. lines R. Warren, A. A. being a big dav here. It wns intendcity Thursday afternoon terior Jo'irniil of date Sentember 1, Warren. Thomas llruce, T. M. Pen- ed that Dr. Bush, a celebrated preach$500. Mm G H Cooper $200 Jar. Powell & Depp $1,000, J. N. for L. he Will HnrV-,It. er, should address an nudicccc nt the Hilton & Camnbell were the nington. Geo. W. IJobbitt, t J. W. Welter $100.$1,000. W. I" r Cuh $500, .loe Murphy $300. Ander-.o:- . to brint: conv home job printing; The puner to do. want hi old Nunnell'-$100, J M Ruiikin $200. Grover McKei editors then and the daily was to re- Yates, Daniel Miller, J. N. Craig. J. court-hous- e in'interest of the sale of advertising matter is for the sale of port the cholera plague which was H. Craig, I. M. llruce, Peyton Embry, bonds, but the order prohibiting the Robinson $1,0U0. Sam Wurhnnun $100. John F. Kni;loinan $200. the Percy Cnsnidy or G. W. Gwytin A. It. Penny, T. J. Atkins. Thomas gathering of crowds has knocked it Mis $1100, M. Nvwlnnd t that time playincr havoc here. Jars--i G. SI. 000. J. II. Pnxton $50. It. J. H. Jones f. 1.000. W. II. (Vltannon $500 J. 1). farm of 800 ncres in Oldham county, Clipninu's from the Daily I. J. appear II. Shanks, John RInin, John Myers, nnd many other'things into a cocked phle Alcorn John S. Ilnughman $1,000. "lib $100. .1. M Gntbb $60. Wm. whwh is to be subdivided and sold on elsewhere in thise columns. The pa- Geo. II. McKinney, W. If. Anderson. hat. The failure to hear speeches 1.000. Thumdav. Oct. 21, and the It. M. per Is not as larKe as the Cincin- W. H. .McRoberts. X. IJ. Tevis. the should not prevent any from buying Mm. W. P. lluchnnan $1,500. Hurry "unn $60, Mrs. Mattie Gooch $' Interior Journal force (names not bonds, however. .lucolm $50, T. J Hill. Jr.. $250. ilmv-..r.- I K W. Conklev $10o, C R. Coleman Campbell farm of 200 acre in Shel- nati Knquirer but i brimful of It is a duty every by count v. which is to be sold by the Dcbordo Newlnnd $100. Goo. news nnd it will be kept by given), James Daugherty, James good citizen owes to his countrv and !0,000. II. F. Lewis. $100. W. T. above company on the day before, this office ns one of its most appreci- Davis, Mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter and he should buy whether he is imporT. I). Newlnn.l $300 U. II.! cker $1,000, .lame Hunt $250. T. Oct. 2.'lrd. A mmhty kooiI chance to ated treasures. family, crank .1. Anthony, John Wood $500, J H Cnmenisrh $'200. tuned to do so or not. Hill. Sr.. $1,000, T W Jones $ I. F. James I, McKinney, A. A. Mm. W. P. Logan $100. Dr. J. io. Geo II Firn $500, .lamus T. Kct a slice of tine, rich land in an C Kubnnks $1,000. George II. KnrriK $600. JameK T. excellent community. and the physicians of the DOING MUCH WORK AT COPBIN Peyton $500. J SEVERAL CARS FOR .SLE M.-- . K. A. lllain $100. Mm. W. A. I have several Ford Tourin-Cars town. $500. A. K. Phillips $60. MADE MONEYON ThYRTdINNER If the L. & N. continues to build, except All these are now Matcher $100 Mr. nnd Mm. I". I.. liirht D. Phil in $60. K. T. Pence. Sr.. The dinner tiervid by the D. A. R.'s nnil Runabout, one Overland chain-driv- e Messrs. ofW. 11. Mcltobertadead A. A. nndn add to Corbin. thnt little citv will and be metropolis yet. The shops there $200. Mm II. It. Davl $50. four, two Ford Trucks, one 50. Sam Finber $50. J H. Woner Wednesday, at the irure of Jude T. Fngidv $"o. A. L. Carter $200 Scott V! L. Cancer $100. 11. L. Truck. Will sell at a barKiiin. McKinney, of Louisville; Sir. James I are being enlarged. Mr. W. W. Wade, er A Rice, was a ureat success, JM)0, W. II. McKinnev $500. Mm. G. $200. .1. H. I'oynter $100, J. M. $S1 hnvinc been'tnken in. Then., la- Also a few tractor attachments for McKinney, of Montgomery, Ala., and who was in the city Thursday, says, following children of Mm. Car- and n round house largeenough to acRose $100, E. T. Rtiy $50, K. C. Ffr.il(c $50. J. II. Wade $100. Joe dies iloerve all the success that can Ford cars at cost. All parties owinij the penter. Dr. J. G. Carpenter, Messrs, will Walton $500. Mi Kvn Rankin $250, ' P Chancellor $100. T II. Hammond come to them as thev are verv patri- notes or nceoun'Will be please come Geo. S. and D. R. Carpenter. Miss commodate 42 engines is being built. W. II. $l.(i00, Leslie Carter $600. Mm. J. M. Rankin $250. Mm. to take in 'and uav up. 800 or more men are at work there II. M. otic, tryirur to be dauKhtem woithv War Savings Stamps or clad KWinU $50. Mm J. II. Paxton jrovernment j Jennie Carpenter and Mrs. Belle Cas- - daily and when the improvements arc iC.iwrn $200. C. C. Tapp $50. Mm. of their forefathers. The lire al- bonds nt face value in settlement for ucniaii. Dunn $200. Mm. W. Sii-iMis Annie completed the number will be greatlv Adams $100. K. H. llallnrd ." Kmhry $100. Mm. P. M. MrRob-- . $5on. Mm. K. II. Ilnllard $500. J. S. ready sunportinu a Frnch nrnhan any of these H. ( Anderson. It calThe following are some of the lo- augmented. "We have a live town." items: Ms $100. Mis Jennie Newlnnd $100. Mob'ev $100. W. M. Moblev $50. J. and mi Armenian orphan end it is says Mr. Wade, "and if you want to "The presence of cholera does not see n hustling one, come to Corbin," Mm. W. (5. Gooch $500. Mitnen A1k. C. llavs $1,600. George C. Givens probablye that the money made Wed- NO RF.LLS WILL PING SUNDAY Rene Alcorn $750. K. S. Alcorn $200. J. H. Mcllanrue $100, Mm. J. nesday will be used for the support tioie ince the cholera deter our citizens from taking the Fo the of a llelsian orphan. An invitation was here first 1S71 the church bells old fashioned way of adjusting in- he added. in 150, Mr. anil Mm. William Sever-..uc- e C F.ubank $600 m. Itelle Perkins has just been received from the Sunday. The order thnt sults and occasionally we hear of a MULE GOES TO GOOD CAUSES $550, Moot Jennie Warren $5". 6on. Mm. T. W. Jones $200. Miiw will not riPnniro Chapter at Ashl.uH El-- f to the there be no Catherines indoors is s. collision between members of our Mow Charlotte Warren $50. Miss John Morgan Holtzclaw. the Ktta Miller $100. Lottan Hubble State convention, t. '10 .11, winch No very .sn llullou $:i()0, Mm. Jnme Gooch 1200. Mm. II. J. MeKobert complied with to the letter here little band of 'braves.' son of Mr. and Mm. Frank S60. Mm. erious difficulty has occurred though, Holtzclaw, who lives near Lancaster, $50, Mn jl.iura K. Hundley S50. Mm. Nannie will be a war conference. UnO. Mm. Omer Foster and there will be neither nroacbiuc given his Sunday rhool in Stanford Sun- we believe." d Robinson $50. Woman' Club "f .1 Lav. rence $50. Mum Mattie May mule, has .ni "or MR. F. REID TO HAVE SALE (There is a tradition to the effect Snllie Durham, to three good causes, day. HUnfonl $50, Mm. William Tribhl.-$0- . farter $2,000. Mis Annie Itelle Car The day might be profitably Mr. Foretu Reid brouxht to this spent selling and buying Liberty that "the little band of braves" MiM Pattie AUorn $50, Mm. ter $2 000. Mm. Geortre F. Deborde the new Gilberts Creek church, tho oJlh-Thursday copy for advertise- Loan llond. Suppose we try it. that the remedy for snakebite lanriester Red Cross chapter nnd A ennui $100, 11. N. Jonea $100. IV $60. Mm. K.lixalieth Kolep $60. Mm. was a cholera preventative, lienca the the Y. M. C. A. The I. J. heartilv White $200, Salem & Salem $250. (5. fusan l. Yeajrer $100. F. Lee Hill ment and bill of u hie; sale of live ' stock, feed and the like he will hold W. Weber, the foot doctor, occasional collision, Editor.) Dr. J. II Mnntcm $200. Ilohon Cam?l coni'ratulates the vounr patriot and 2.r.0. Mm. llarvev H dm $100. Jack Dinwul-di- e who has treated on Wednesday. Oct. .'10th. ''On Sun-lamorning last we list- predicts for him big things in his hundreds of people Frank Rout $50. Mis- - Sue Rout $50. Mi 00. Auuuat Rubier $50. & Owen, of the West End. will in Lincoln and Garrard counties with ened in vain for the sound of the life. Kfootiumorc $500. 0. P. Hutrman $50, Marv Moore Itanev $50. W. 11. liny success, will take new patients church and Sunday school bells. Reeil $50, Clarenre Moore $100. J II. Hill $S00, "irl V. Spoon-- i have chartre of the sale, which will be till Oct. 26th. If you suffer with Never before for over half a century NO SCHOOL NEXT WEEK M0, Arch McRob.rU $100. II. !'. m ere $ 00. W. O. Martin J 100, a whopper. once. silent on these "bcll vour feet you better see tain $100. K. T. IVnce. Jr., $200, Svdnev Dunbar $2,060, L. C. Kiuur on $.')0, Gene Rogers $50, .1. W. Consultation and advice him at Office hive morning. It been the saddest Sun-dn- y The board of education, nt n meetday ing this morning, decided thnt tho was free. $500. M- -. M. M. Sweeney $60. Jh. Minirei- $50. G. G. Ilrown $50. J. Stanford Graded tnd High School Wrisrht SViO Rowan Sullev $100, M. Reynolds $.10 David Street $100, at the Uunn House, Stanford, Ky. tf of the year." "Only one minister remained in would remain closed nil of next woeJ T. II. Iii:hlie'l $100. W. S. Kmliry I W French $50, Motvan Slusher give comfort of a spiritual hoping thereby to nrevent the further town to ROY ROBERTS DEAD $50, J. II. New-lanHaving decided to n to Florida $100, J. C. Itdib-- $500. K. It. Cole- - 50 .1. II. l.iMiitr-to- n fled, whither, we spread of the terrible Spanish "flu." Hndertaker .1. L. Heanley went to nature, the H. C. S1.000. $50, J. G. l.ivini'ston $50. Mm. Ilrodheud Thursday and buried Rov know not." othets t live, I will pell at public auction mai'. $500. This paper will keen tho patrons of Mr. F. C Walton $600 Smith Ran- - M. I. Doan 60. D. Adams $50. at my homo in Middlchuri;, beirm-"For the first two nights after, the school, as well ns othem, informed Uin $260. LiiidiiHy Rarl in $500. W. It. D. HoltmlHW $100. T. L. Tucker Roberts, who died of Influenza, at his ,jr "t 10 A. M., Sulphur. He was 21 cholera broke out, Stanford was one when business will be resumed at II. Hiviiiiis 500. Adams Hros. $600. tl0. T. II. Monti'omerv $100. Oscar home in Gum WEDNESDAY. OCT. ICth Mis Manc'-eTipton $6 Mi Mm- - Doltscbiw $100. J. K. "Stiuall $200, veam of age. single and a son of Mm. universal bonfire of blazing tar." S. the schools here and in the county. ' Mrs. Thomas llruce. Mrs. S. The followitur pomoualty: nie Ruplev $60, Minn Mnvme Sin- - !' II. Scott $200. .lush Wilson $200. Snllie Roberts, whose husband died a yearn ago. McRoberts and Mm. C. II, Itachester LOAN MEETING TONIGHT 50 Good Stock F.wfi, .Kletoii $60 J. K. Hruce ..50. C. Mob-!- . Win. Trhan $250. Daniel Snitier number of unconsciously ereated a pleasant senThere will be a meeting of tho 2 Nice Milk Cow,, Frr.b. $500. Mm W E. Hilt.'n 5o Wil- - S50. K. F. Itless $100. Oscar Bless A WORD TO TEACHERS sation by anpearig on the streets business men of Stanford nnd vicinMare Mulct, bayi liHin Heck f "00. J. F. Dp Pair $600, 50. A. Kielbasa $60. Anton Miller any teachers who have last Tuesday." there ity nt the court-hous- e at 8 o'clock tokod nice ones, P. L. Heck I00, W. M. Dve $100. 100, J. W. Collier $100, Mm. E. C. notIf closed are "We learn that some of our refu- night. The oblect of it will bo to detheir schools they will 20 Yearling Cattle, weight 1,053 I J O. Wooc'sin $250. Ceoi-trP. "olnic $50. William Jackson S50. please do o nt once. You will be gees have not stopped running yet. vise methods by which this coutity pound, Itritfht 110(1, A. C. Moore $100. J. .1. A. Holmes $200. Fred Goctr. $50. ' Cattle, Five Allen $1 "00. J.'senh I!. Walter Cluis. Trub $50. Herman Distelli $50. notified to begin when the schools The Inst seen of them they wero may be made to go "over the top" in some are allowed Hog., 25 ;50. Wallace Walter $1,000. Mm. M. I'red Ilever $50. J. W. Dishnn $100. gleton, Supt.to resume work. G. Sin- going 200 miles south of us, and still tho bond sale. Be on hand. like mad." One Ford Touring Car, uniierwooii Mini, .i. i larter It. A. Robinson $50. I). A. Singleton "About 25 lean and hwigry dogs, every day to the suburbs, and from and $500. Re'-- John C. Taylor $50. Mm. S2.000. J. T. Stephenson $50. Crab Alio a lot of Household MID ""NTF.R MILLINERY of all colors and breeds, being de- a safe point in some old field would Kitchen Furniture, including Sewing lleitie Mueller $1,000. Mm. Alice Orchard Lotlne No. 10S, I. O. O. F. Mm. Itelhi Arnold Francis, of serted by their Macksville friends, hail the first one passing out of town Machine, Heating Stove, etc. MeA M:ss Givens $100. llelle $100. Lvne Hros. $100. W. E Perk- and nsk about the cholera news." Terms made known on day of sale. Denny $100. M Kat. Vnnoy $50, J. in $500, W. T. Gover 200. Goodwin Lancaster, will be at her milli""' have taken refuge in our streets, nnd "Judgment was rendered in all un GRANVILLE LUTES. (). Newland $100. .1. II. Ilauirhmnn Uros. $1,000. Mm. J. II. Willis $100, store hero next Wednesday, Oct. 10th, the principal pastime of some of our contested cases bv the Quarterly mil young men is in pelting tho poor a b" showing of Middlrliurg, Ky. $5,000. Jame Mutit $ '50. Mike Rog Mm. Mary G. Schneider $('.00, Mm. -82-things with rocks or tying tin cans Court Judge on Monday last. Only Cel. John U Dinwiddie, Auctioneer. ers $100. Lobhp tftuntilo S l.DI"), .Mm. Myrtle Goodwin $50. U. G. Hatfield linery. He sure and see it. two lawyers wero in attendance." to their tails." MairKie Rovaltv ?500. A. K. Dunn $100. Mm. II. G, Skile Although his name is not men $500. H. 11. "Important to Physicians" A WORD TO KNITTERS $200, W. H. Wearen $1,000. Miss Collier $50. W. F. Ilallard $100. K. tho Twenty-eigh- t for pounds of yn-"Drs. S. P. Crnlg and Oliver Mc- tioned in this particularDr.issue ofPey Daily Interior Journal Lettio Helm Corum J. On SATURDAY, OCT. 19th, $:!()(). Lilburn$500, J. K.$60,Holmnn O. Gooch $100.LodjroII.No. 0.1(5, $100. socks will be given out from tho Ited Roberts have succeeded in establish ton wns one of Stanford'sJ. F. DaiiRherty lending" T. P. Crab Orchard F. & Cross rooms Saturday ing all other Ilrijrht $250, Morrison Urfoht $250. A. M. $100. J. S. Duko $200, S. L. from 2 to 1. Plense call afternoon had reactionbynfter heroic use remedies phvttcinns at the timo of tho cholera The Farmers Stock .Club, promptly. failed, the of hypoV. M. llrinht $1,000. 11. F. Rout Cummins $200. J. H. Perkins $'00, Mrs. W. N. Craitr. Being 45 yearn younger dermic, injections of atrophia. They viiitntion. Wnynesburg, Ky., $100, Mm. J. II. Owslcv $1,000, Mm. .1. T. Cherry $500. F. G. Hurt $500, placed him say that it is tho only remedy thnt then than ho is now which took oflTor for Halo in the town A. K. Hackley $100. Mm. Mattie E. It. L. Collier S500. J. A. Harmon acIn .Will IMfWPMnF.P. RiK CLAIMED can be relied upon and ndviso physi- tivethe prime of life, ho In thoanfight nnd effective Grimes $2,000, of WayncsbiirK, Ky., 50 Pnirs Sklrvin $100, Win. P.D. M. Anderson, $600. M. M. Phillln $100. DeeH,Wil-so- n "A. 0. Hill writes from Loiusvillo cians to use it in all cases of chol- on the pestilence. part $1,000, $200, J. F. $200. of Work Mules, 100 Weanlings S. J. Kmhry. Nowland $100, Peter p Newland $500.D.J Willi Fletcher $100. that he claims Novemncr otn ns unto era." $500 M. C. When cholera appeared tho citiJ, which ho will dispose of our country friends zens n sale nnd Yearlings, a Number of $50, K. M. Roynlty $50, Will W. G. Fletcher $100. Andy Ledford for farm, at lot of stock, crops, etc. visited few of Tuesday." of Stanford, with tho exception a town last his Brood Marcs nnd Work Horses. Stono $.100, J. I). Wearen $100. Mrs. S100. .1. T. Rh'sbv $250, It. C. White See "nil" Inter. of "the littlo band of braves" loft "One darkey who ran off to the i's rupidlv ns do tho inhabitants of a M. C. Floyd $50, Mm. W. 11. Wearen $100. Mm. O. II. Skiles $50. J. M. Col-liKvcrybotly invited to bo pros-ou- t woods from cholera sent word for a French on Mr. Leo Rupley $60, Mm. Mnr-tlMm. $100, H. 0. Skilos with their stock. It is free $50, Hamilton $100, Mm. Will Stone Emmn Holtzclnw $50. J, $50(1.Hutch-in- s Isaac McCornmck, colored, of tho nlivbioian to come to see him because terrible villagennd tho approach of tho thoy went in every 11. bun, " to all. direction and by every means of lo$50. Mm. K. D. Ends $50, II. P. Glass-co- x $200, C. II. Lovell $100. H. T. Milludgeville section, died at Camp he felt $G0, G. A. Ilrown $100, Curtis Lnnsford $100. W. II. Ilartels $50, One of our physicians wns sum comotion, somo in wagons, somo in There were not many buyers .achurv Taylor of inlluenrn Thurspresent on Oct. ttrri, and the Wilson $100. Henry Hubbard $100. John Dail $100, Kline. Griffin $50, day. Ho luft this county only ii few moned to Richmond Junction Tues- buggies, somo on horseback, nnd Taylor $100. W. K. Harness Mm. Hnriet Foley $50, Roscoe Col-v- months ago. day, whero he met some 20 refugees many on foot, all enrryinjr part of sale was called off and tho date J. It. Geo. White $50. Mm. and supplied thum with quinine and their effects. Those who had n plnco $50. John Kennedy $50, Chris set for Saturday, Oct. 19, 1918. Wilson $50. J. II. $50, $60.Nannie Wyler $100. Mm. Matilda Wvlor (Rowland was then to go to lost but littlo timo in gutAdorns It. A. W. P. Martin sold to S. C. White disinfectants." Smith $50, J. II. Humes $60, Knh.j $100. Frank Likens '$100, Leonard three d heifers nt 8V&C. J. called Richmond Junction. Editor.) ting tliure. while many wero com T. J. ELLIS, President, "Somo of our timid refugees, who pelled for a whjle to camp in tho sou, A in os nrown tuu, Murtin $60. Robert Martin $50. J I W. Peak sold him four of same ut nrumini-ii- . H. P. DAY, Secretary. Fred Deblin $G0, G. P. Hundrick-iT- . ran off to tho woods would return woods. Martin $50. tame price. SHOW YOUR PATRIOTISM THE CHOLERA VISITATION Shovr yout patiioustn bv rontrib-nllnf- r As a reminder of the nct that to the Wnr Mothers' Fund, The Stanford has heretofore had the acIJnrnln county chapter of Wnr tual visitation of n pestilence, inMother will receive contribution for stead of the apprehension of one n a Wnr Mother' Fund to buy Liberty now, an old subscriber who has been IOiin Ilonds. These bond will be- n render of thi paper since its first come the financial support of the issue hns presented us with a copy nwilhem of American soldiers nnd of the Dnily Interior Journal, bearsailor. They will be the reserve funil ing date September 1, 187.1. In size uuon which the county orRiinizatiun it is 12 bv 14 inches, printed on one of War Mother mny lenn in enrryinc side of the paper only, and at thnt on homo service work. The Interest timo Hilton & Campbell were the from these bond to be used nn a emergency fund in n canteen servThe reason for a dally issue was ice or in any "win the wnr" effort the presence of cholera in the comuntil peace comes. The bond fund to munity. The latest news on the sitbe used after the war is over in nld uation Is given in the following Inir crippled soldiers and needy Wnr Mother. Any one mny contribute to "Up to Tuesday mornme last we his fund and In cloinjr so you not only had announced seven deaths from aid-inhelp a worthy cause, but you are cholera in town nnd two in the counyour i:overnment in mnnv ways, ty. Wednesday morning we had but rioxes will be placet) in u number of one case In town, a negro boy, son store for those who wih to contrib- of Clark Hansford. Wcihiesd'ay nt ute small amounts. Dime stacked noon, nnother son of Clark Hansford into dollnrs will nid in btiyinir a bond. was nttneked nnd a new case was reGive vour name for Fiibscrintions.lo ported in the county. This morning Mm. K. L. Reinhart, Mm. Jno. Fos- we arc rejoiced to say that the two ter $5, Mrs. W. K. Wnrner $5, Mm. cases in town are in a fair way of f' R. Coleman $6, Mm. K. L. Rein-ha- I ivi'uviM.v. linn nun we nave no new $5, Mis Sue Rout $6, Mis Kb crises. We have not heard from the n lb'llou $5. Miss Mary Crnijr SI, lountry, but suppose the patient, a Wm. Severance $1. Wm. Ilrijiht $2. negro boy, died last nighti The Lint to be continued until last day of health of the town is excellent nnd Liberty Loan drive. the provisional trustees are nobly doing sanitary work. Some rain Inst night, but sky clear this morning nnot RED CROSS NEWS Two thousnnd nine hundred ami sharp breezes from southwest." e. quo-tntion- s: tr rt LIBERTY LOAN HONOR ROLL Following Ik a Tint of those who vv boiiRlit Fourth Liberty I.onn JUnils. If your name doe not up- iir and yoil have purchased bond f the present inane, notify us mid wvwill cheerfully insert it with the appear If Is rft. hSvo'notdocs notyour flutybecaue in dune to the purchase of bon!. ak good riJ.-cIf you are W. H. Shank- - :t.500 J S. H .cker $4,000, C. K. Lite $2,000, W G. f -- yj rr-l-- Trelf n: side-trac- k I.il-tur- ''!. rr.tti r 'o. nr - Mer-sho- Sin-I--io- er Ftcr i n uf v 1:t De-.n- $'-'- i Gil-ha- r i Ham-MPo- n o-- $1.-'.1- . - V-- be-in- O-- : three-year-ol- til-e- PURMC SALE - y d on n . ' I t 'rar 850-Poun- d i. . 'h mid-wint- PUBLIC SALE v Ko-le- m died"6fTnfluenza 'low-spirite- er 800-poun- Page Tw The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, October 11,1918 WATSON.BURNSIDE SCHOOLS TEACH GERMAN KENTUCKY'S VOTE IMPORTANT Let thero be no slnckci In the jrret-One of tho most Interesting wedThe importnnco Attaching to tho nrmy of Democracy, Tho critics of Gov. Stanley's veto has taken a position a traveling . 3,000 people wera present, dings of tho senson was that of Miss of the bill prohibiting the teaching of election of n democratic senator In talesman for the Cumberland Groc- Pure npplo vinegar in sold for 00 Lucy Ilulbcrt Watson nnd Scrgonnt Coughed So II Coulda't Sleep Kentucky can err Co., and is assisting Mr. W. C. cents n gnllon when customer come Elijah Iturnside IlulTman, which the German language In the tax sup- Tho change of anot be overestimated. Bronchinl coughs, tlckliwt In throat ported schools of this State, evidentfew vote would give Sifcox In covering important tcrrl- - to Prof. E. L. Grubbs for it, hut If took place yesterday nftcrnoon nt ly nre the republicans a mnjority. which nnd asthmatic spasms break one's rest nware I he delivers It 00 cents Is charged ns 1:30 o'clock nt the home of the taught not the two that German is they could use, If so Inclined, to nnd weaken ono so that the system is tory for this firm. In schools of which Is now sold at stores for bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry d News has come here that Mr vinegar nnd serious slcknos may President Wilson is in direct control hamper the President, nnd mnkc his tcr Sharpe, of the late draft, has GO cents. Wntson, on upper Third avenue. - West determination to win the wnr harder result .. Enos Halbcrt, Poall, Ind.. Point nnd Annpolia--anI Kdward Fox Grubbs will celebrate Spanish Influcnsn. Tho ceremony was performed In thnt the War Department hns ordered of accomplishment. Upon Ken writes: "I had a severe cold and Masior William uracket, son ot his I3th inrtmiav liiursuuy, uct. lyw, the living room before nn Improvised that the institutions in which the tucky's vote mny depend the control coughed continually nt night eoald ...Li,- Alia ....... itnIn llnftlft. nf SnplllV Pllv. IHU-wu- ui f . .!....! Government provides military train- of the Senate for thel'rcsldcnt's own hardly sleep. Foley's noney ami Tar lira Jnhn Tlrmrlrai flfrp.l nlitlit vnnrm mm, .....v..-- ., i " hv ...,,... " iiiiti tviiiiu wns sliding down the steps of Mr. who teaches the intermediate grades White candles were burning in silver ing for the students must be taught pnrtv or place it In tho hands of those cured my cough." Ed Lunsford Saturday and broke his nt Junction City school wns ill thnv 'cnndlesticks. In the dining room in order to equip them for intolligvnt politically inimical to him. He has The Hrownitig machine gun is now arm. ..lavs lnt week nnd on Wednesday where the gift were displayed every- - service. This ought to put a stop to appealed through Senntor Beckham, Mr. Jnm.es Culton's whole family Misses Anna I.aurn Atkins nnd r ran- - j thine whs nttrnctively nrrnnged nnd the mnuthings of Uruncr nnd others, who delivered the mejsnge at May being delivered In quantity to tho according to Brig. are down sick. els I.. Kclley were Kind enough to decorated with ferns nnd dainty pink but It will not. They imairtne that field, that we elect Gov Stanley thnt American forces, who has Con. Samuel McRobcrts. It is a rrooil idea to reward Sunday ,supplv her place In the scohol roo'ii. (lowers, they ran fool trie people iy the as- his administration may have the un Just returned from Europe, and hns school nunils for faithful attendance On Thursday and Fridav Mrs. J. W. lr..,...,iw,,. tl,.. ,,trnnn nt il,. i.ri. sumption of the Importance of the flagging assistance of its real friends nd keeping of Sunday school quar- - Bailey, one of the faithful friend of i,nl party Airs. C. A. Stephenson sane question and make votes for him, but nt this rritiral time. Democrats and thus far so successfully met every tcrlics given to them. Give them a the school came up ami iook tnese."At Dawning." She was accompanied when the matter i fully understood, other siipHirters ofi the President, every test, that thu British and New Testament for three months' grades for her. by Mrs. J. B. Key. who also nlnved there will be n reaction that will re will, we nrv sure, heed this appeal French Governments have asked thac production be turned over regular attendance nnd pay five cents the wedding mnrch. call Mr. Lincoln's much quoted re- and send the Governor to Washing- ay surplus for return nt end of quarter of the The bride entered with her fnthcr, mark, "You may fool some of the ton by n record breaking majority to to them. WAYNESBURG quarterly you gave them three months Wntson, and wns met people some of the time nnd some of continue the great work that Senntor M Minnie Caldwell Is tht Mr. Henry L. by Let the I. J. supply you with en- Some mountain Sunday tietort. the groom and his the people all or the time hut you James wsw doing when the cruel at the nltnr schools could use these old quarter- sick list. graved cards. enn not fool nil people all the time." band of death marked him a victim. Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Gooch are re- best ninn, Mr. Thomas II. Shanks. lies as some do now those saved by The ceremony wns performed by joicing over tho arrival of a little 380 the Christian Sunday school here. 15.17 J II. Richardson, 19 ncres Dr. J. B. Johnstone, pastor of St. UNREDEEMED LAND TO BE SOLD FOR TAXES Tho Baptist church has purchased son in their home. l.vr.r, 420 00 Mrs. Mrs. Win. Jarkson nnd sons of Paul's Methodist church. In accordance with the laws of the State of Kentucky, Mrs. S. T Roberts. ncreacres a new heating stove for the west sldo 1J.9R 400 II. Roberts, . The bride wns lovely In her travpublic sale to the West of their house of worship and it is brothersVirginin, arc visiting her eling suit if dnrk blue silvertone, now in full force, I will sell at described property,highest James Sharp, 65 acres 19.0R 660 . or so nnd other relatives here. and best bidder, the following beauty. a 200 Sims, 30 ncres n The teachers' association met here with which she worenlso becoming hat much thereof ns to pay the tax, cost and penalties now James Williams, 83 acres . Mr. George Hogue has become n 100 taupe gloves due the State or Kentucky and county oi Lincoln ny me C C of taupe velvet and There were several valuable member of the store force Friday 180 . Joe Abb, 2 acres and shoes. Her llowers were a parties hereinafter mentioned of Mr. P. T. Ilurke. and with his ent and n nice program was 1 100 . .. acre shower bouquet of bride's roses and a This snle will take place at the door of the County Rie Bailey. kelp and tint of Mr. James G. Maine dered. S.17 100. Maggie Bright, acre Our pastor. Rev. E. W. Coakley, swnnsonin and she also carried j Court Clerk's office in Stanford, Kentucky, on the 21st, a. si and J. C. Minor, who has gone back began a 100 Brown, I acre series of meetings here white prayer book. 22nd and 23rd days nf October, 1918. at 2:30 o'clock Clnv Bruce, town lot in his spare hours to his old posi- Sunday. Oct. fith. The meeting nt 8.81 100 After the ceremony an informal IV M.. and will t'nntiiitii' thereafter until further notice. Will tion as clerk, Mr. Ilurke can now New Salem will close Friday. 8.81 100 . reception was held. Misses Isabel Deed with Feo Simple Title will he given the highest James Graves. 30 acres wait on his big trade. He received 8.8 1 100 Messrs. W. E. Whccldon. Monroe Hamburger, Josephine Key, Martha nnd best bidder AND NOT ANY OF THE PROPERTY Will Harris, lot d a of coal last Friday and it 8.81 . 100 acre Thnmmon, Ivan Reynolds. Tny Trip-let- t. Alexander, Kugenin nnd Lulie Pou, WILL BE SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION THEREAFTER. Tim Hiiydcn. went like hot cakes. 75 8.07 Will Mrs. Wallace Gooch nnd Eva Annie Lumpkin and Ann Pense ser'ed Any pnrties desiring final opportunity to redeem theii Geo Hays. lot 2 ncres Watch on Sunday morning where S.81 100 Higgins, delicious sandwiches and punch to property can do so by seeing me nt my nfflce in StanCaldwell Stanford the little boys go with their fathers. Oct. .'.ril. went totho Trnnhv Thursday, the guests. 100 S.8I Jackson, In ii train ford, Kv., on a ilav previous to the sale, or by mailing to J. S. Logan, lot tot If he loafs about the town or rocs 100 7.f.rt The bridal couple left immediately me afStanford. Ky., by registered mail, check or money I.izn A large crowd attended the mule anywhere other than Sunday school VV 100 8.81 .. .., 6 acres sale here Oct. 3rd. Thero were after the reception for Atlnnta. order for amounts as hereinafter set out. giving correct VVes.McMullen. or church his mall boy is right at his 100 8.81 ..... acre Penman, where Sergeant Huffman Is stationed c address for receipt to be returned, nnd the lien heels. So let's go to the right places about 100 work mules, 200 weanlings nt Camp Gordon. . 200 Jess Sallee, lot ll.llf will be properly released of record. will follow us sure. nnd yenrlings and a large number of and onr children 200 Lucy Smith, t acre Among the S.25 guests for Verv respectfully yours. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Grubbs were work horses. Owing to the Trophy 200 . wedding were: S.25. Ellen Whitlev. 20 acres W. II GRAY. train at at Parksville to the teachers' associa- were notStanford nnd Somerset, there theMr, nnd Mrs. Richard Bruce and . 100 8.8 acre many buyers present. How Revenue Agent for State at Large. Willis Whitley. tion Saturday afternoon and about 100 8.81 J M Adams. 75 acres 1912 he little Miss Frances Bruce, of nine teachers were there to meet ever, several sales were made. 250 Fla.; Mrs. Winston of Value. Tat. Mrs. E P Booker, lot Supt. Fallis, who is alwnys present, snle was called off and the date set Cnmdcn, Ala.: Mrs. Harry Jones, of . 480 Bruce, S20.70 J II Bryant, S3 acres f 800 W. T. Alsman. 20 acres and Dr. Foster and Mr. White were for Oct 19th. Martin, daughter o.n. . C. Collins, lot ..... 75 12.32 J. 250 Miss Birdie of Fort Worth, Texas. Columbu, (in., J. V. Moore, 111 ncres ; there too, and several important subR L. Dishon. 4 ncres 100 8.81 13.24 300 .. Mrs. Malissa Martin, died at her Joint. rl. acres John CofTey. jects were discussed and the next as10.0IT 150 25(1 12.32 Robert Frailer, 16 acres . May Caldwell, 1 acre sociation is to be held at Junction home here Tuesday. Oct. 1st, aged 2600. Ot.Sl 13.21 D G Holmes, 126 acres . .. 300 On all fronts the Allies are push- Seay Conley, 5 acres City, on Saturday, ov. 9th ,at 2 38 years. She hnd been ill for sev50 7.fd 20.11 II Kid ell, lot 500 eral years and had often told her ing the enemy back In France, in Tom Elliott. 42 acres 370 88.91 0.81 VV. E Sam. 10 acres 100 Mr. KcMcy.'who worked for Mr. J. mother nnd friends she was ready Albania, in Palestine. On the western John Graves. 30 acres 1000 20.90 111(1 J.81 Martha Pavne, lot have driven n Will Havs, acre M. Keano so long, has bought and and willing to die. She was n devot front Haig's men 100 S.81 7.88 J C. Pnvne. 16 ncres 100 moved the old store-rooopposite ed Christian and loved by all who wedge into the Hindcnburg line be- - Mrs. M. C. Higgins, 2 acres . 300 10.8 1(10 H.3I Mrs A Smith. 100 acres the Cumberland Grocery office, and knew her. Brief funeral services twens Lens nnd ArmentiEres for a Eliza Lognn, ncre . D. Buchannn. 1 ncre 100 8.81 0 81 100 the nlatform in front of it has been were held by Rev. A. G. Coker at distance of six miles nnd nre within George Miller, a ncre 1.81 100 0.81 E Buchanan. 1 ncre 100 repaired so that pedestrians do not the home Wednesday morning. The six miles of the city of Lille. In Bel John Morrison, IS ncres Jasper Collins, lot 100 S.8I 12.38 300 have to get out in the street to get remains were taken to Louisa, by gium the Uelgmns nnd llntish are Frieda Owsley, lot 100 Howard duest, I acre 8! 20.51 400 making further gains, while in Elmer AttitT. 150 acres her mother for burlaT. by. S St 100 10.01 Noah Schooler, 8 acros Champagne and in the Argonna George Ballard, 70 acres 250 Capt. Lowry Evans was in Louis200 14.60 J E Anderson, 1 ncre II. 20(1 Americans nnd French nre making Antnnc Iliston, T2 ncres ville last week on business, nnd Stopped Her Baby's Cough r,00 20 3K 1.60 John Acton, 74 acres considerable gains. 200 brought, back some fine fruit to hi., F. F. Brocton, H4 ncres No remedy is better known than 11 12" 200 30.37 Ed Adams, 12 acres 1820 Jane Brock. 130 acres faithful clerk, Br. Horace Alsott. 9 87 150 17.36 J. ('. Iliistin, 16 acres 300 acres Supremo Commander Markey, of Foley's Honev nnd Tar for giving More than 50 persons are dead and W. I). Cummins, 000 20 4 03.26 S II Bnuich. 100 ncros 3125 Port Huron, Mich., will be with our I quick relief from coughs, colds and 150 nre homeless as the result of John S. Gill. "'4: acres U. Cummins, 76 acros 8 SI 100 03.25 F 3126 115 Maccabees here at a banquet and croup. Mrs. W. M. Stevens, Vivian, the explosion that wrecked the great P. V. Holmes. 125 acres 27 2'. 900 12.71 P. M Esbruth. KM) aertw 120 presentation of tho state prize to W. Va., writes: "My bnbv had a g l. plant nt Morgan, N. J. Field Holmes, 50 acres G VV. Estes. 10 acres 10 10 too 17.85 800 M. F. tlkin, of Lexington, at our rible cough and nothing 'did him any The loss is estimated Kruger, 01 at between Fred Osbourne, 50acres Mr. Ji.e Flod. 12 nerrs 25 '14 Me 18.00 tSO acres hall on Wednesday night. Oct. lGth. iKood 1 read aboub Foley's Honey $15,000,000 nnd $20,000,000. Thou- - K. L. John Hayden, 1S3 arm 000 20 3i 11.112 300 . ...,. ... t r manda Smith, 135 acre sir. and Mrs. Gratton Preston worn nml Tir tlio first ln. Vinlno.l him nn.i ' 9 6f 3I.SO G D Johnson. 102 acres mo . in atanlord a few days ago to the in two dnvs the coiiL'h stormed." SoM .1pm nml tho nniim tnwn nf n.,ti. Steven Wren 70 aers 1 472 7; 800 . 25.42 Mrs S M.Mullrn. 150 ncres Liberty Loan rally at th e Exhibition everywhere. Mrs J II. Bryant. 3 acres Amboy was wrecked. 12 m 266 10.85 J. VV Mitchell. 32 acres 400 I) I' Cummins, 51 acres 14 1" SM 25.72 Ii II. Moore, ST acres 810 nnie Coleman. 17 acres ii him htiii turn m Yt 23 4T 3T08 VV M Morphv. 100 ere 900 E. W Esbruth. 100 acres I onnie I'iHirett, 30 acres ISO 98 26.02 1 10 acres .. 00 ft B 16 54 41.4S W. A. Phillips. 119 arm istoo I II Fouls, 100 acres. KH) 11 1 A. A. Pendleton. 30 acres 20.8 60 .. F Iluti hinson. 50 acres 9 34 WW 1M 20.72 K."A. Koeers. 15 acres I II M.iley. fcO acres 100 8.M 18.00 John Hrarhrnuffh, 20 acres too I M Mi.m, 15 aerea . 8. SI 100 10.85 G. A Singleton 0 arras VI I Morgan. 38 acres ... 600 26. U 17.36 G C. Stnnrer. 56 acres 800 l . r, 13 acres M 160 22.04 I.. Vanhook, 13 acres 600 . Snyler, 31i 'J.J 100 100 17fi 10.85 C A. Walls. 70 acres .. Th Bodner. 133 acres . .. 4S0 IJ.4. 700 .. 27.00 Gilbert Wesley. 20 acros Hardin Brandenburg. 115 acres 7 8.'. ? 3G.S8 G. C. Haker. lot I .. ioao -- OFt; J Durham, 40 acres . . . . M. Chrismatt. 10 seros .. 1000 20 1X0 7.20 Mrs Mrs. S. E. Gooch. 1 lot G. A. Singleton, 1 acrtt ilO 11.50 200 . Hale, acre ncre 800 21.17 300 12.00 James Alcorn, Sr., .. Belle Hudson, 19 ncres Geo. Armstrong. 2 hits 12 3S 30(1 200 16.85 . ( A. Hughes, 1 lot 100 S.8I 81.61 Charlie Bailey, lot .1000 Mrs. M. I). Johnson. 10 ncres . acre ... 100 8.81 1.60 Lyon Brown, 200 . Geo E. Lucas, 1 aero 13.12300 16.26 Balor E. Cnode, kit . 250 lot . . Will Peyton. Jr.. 14 07 360 50.50 Frank Goods, 2 lots . 1550 acres D. B. Rowland. 137 1 1.60 Phillip Gnode, I acre ... 13.32 300 200 . Dick Helm, 1 lot Thos. Helm, 6 acres 1 1.60 12.38 260 200 . Mack Ilocker, 1 acre 10(1 8.8 1 . 10. SO Win. Hacker. 10 acres 100 . .. Walter Jones, 8 ncres 100 8.81 15.85 James Hacker, 5 acres 300 J I). Wilkerson, I acres . Geo. Hum, 2 acren 160 9.7't 1913 No, 17.SW 500 Tax. G. E. Jom, 20 acros Value. $ 700 8.M 100 0 I Andv Jones, 3 acres $23 W. C Adams, 21 acres 8.8 0.30 M K. Jones, lot 100 110 Mrs. M. C. Adams. 1 lot HI) 7.ar 3075 04.76 John Lucas, lot Adolph Bodner, 85 acres S.M 10.07 Dan Martin, I acres 100 472 0. M. Drewcry, 30 ncres 150 13.22 John Martin, 0 acres 315 9.73 James Helton, 1 lot . .... 0.08 ("has. Oliver, 10 acres 100 s.n 80 Will Harris. 1 lot Goo. SandidKC, 6 ncros ... 205 12.05 12.38 250 J V. Moore. 11(5 ncres 1 10(1 285 8.81 12.85 Will Smith, lot James Sutherland, 30 ncres 22.04 735 I J P. Anderson, col., 31 acres 1915 1 8.73 105 Dick Baughman, col., 2 acres Value. Ta. 1 8.21 Tom Chappell, 90 acres 210 Mnrinh Brown, col., 30 acres $ 270 $11.2 1 8.73 Oscar Denny, 12 acres 105 ColTmnn, col., 1 lot John 7 7.81 1 is 105 in 8.73 John Garvin, 15 acres . ... John Graves, col., 30 acres 000 17.11 1 158 10.30 D. V. Holmes, 125 acres J. J. Houk, col., 2 acres 58.05 2600 court-hous- e, a 8.01 Mack Hoskins, 53 acre 80 Will Hays, col., 1 ncre . I 12.25 326 1 H.30 Morgan Lewis, 10 105 Mrs. M C. Higgins, col., 2 acres.... ten-aer- y acres aoo in 9.85 1 10.14 VVm. Pavne, 2 acres ... 420 Will Jones, col, 1 lot . 10.92 280 1 0.80 J. D. Petrv. 100 seres . ... 158 25 Minny Lognn, col., 1 lot It prospec260 10.?2 1 7.16 James Taylor, 3 acres 108 Klizn Logan, col., 1 lot 1000 2l.01 10.80 Fred Britton, 13 acres 315 Drieda Owsley, col., 1 lot 13.11 372 Ii 200 8.71 Ebxa Bo wen, 10 aeres ... Elizabeth Burge, 40 acres 1190 26.9" 12.71 B. D. Iloltxilaw, 1 acre 203 George Barnes, 50 ncros 2 ', 9.89 200 VV. D. Cummins, 114 acros 13.70 Richard Adams, lot 315 2 . . 9.8!. 200 U 70 8.40 James Burdette, 0 Herts A. F. Dishon. 72 acros 9.89 200 U I). G. Holmes. 12,5 ncros 03.50 VV. L. Logan, 1 acre . . 2025 100 8.02 .Mrs. S. A. Johneon, 115 acros 525 16.30 Will lackey, 1 acre 2 160 10.73 It 11 nr-210 11.20 ('has. Klebs, 00 acres Joseph Rogers, 5 acres 380 13.10 315 10.73 ''onrad Parks, 721 acroa . Mrs. S. A. Smith, 135 ucros . 2 i 0000 110.91 203 C. II. Todd, 2 12.70 James Anderson, 1 acre 2 acros 8.31 200 105 7.80 Dick Buchanan, 1 acre 2 Elena Buchanan, 1 ncre ". 8.21 100 105 2 8.01 Alfred Delaney, 5 aerog . Dick Buchanan, 1 aero a 160 9.0" 105 8.94 Henry Guest. 2 aeres 2 Thomas Lee, 2 acres . 16(1 .. 9.00 " 2 105 8.91 Will Welch. Jr., 1 aero Noah Schooler, 8 acres 160 9.00 .'I 425 M. G. Acton, 74 acres 10.08 Charley Welch. 10 acros ... 11.52 200 l 210 Mlnny Adams, 40 acres 8.48 J. VV. Acton, 71 acros 13.(i 400 II, C. Adams, 142 ncros 3 735 22.50 John Acton, 71 acros 000 17.42 ' ". 3 420 10.02 Mr... II. P. Ball, 42 ncros Uico Benedict, 3316 ncroa 260 8.72 VV, Esroth, 100 acros 3 E 045 27.39 C. Carnett, 1011 acres front11.91 300 HI.6K E. M. Ksbroth, 100 583 3 Adolph Hertel, 130 ncros acres . .'..'".'. 900 28.10 I. VV. Mitchell, 32 acres 252 12.3S1 Mrs. ('has. J. Fisher, 1 aere ....!." 300 9.3 3 105 8.91 Win. Grant, 70 aeres John .Mitchell, 45 acres ,'.'" .100 11.91 VV. A. Phelps, 110 ucros 3 578 17.47 Solon Henry. 50 ....!!.".'."! aires 100 8.21 3 210 11.20 Win. Nuwcomh, Robert Rowland, 33 acres '.'..".11" 8.3 1 200 601 3 17.87 VVm. (Merman, 28 acie Gilbert Woosley, 28 acros acros 300 11.91 4 108 10.20 m"i'K;mWill King, 21 ncroa "eroTZ.' ,:i;:no,. 400 11.26 105 4 0.23 Alma Cloyd, 1 lot Riley, 160 150 9.0o 4 210 11.20 Haydun Walls. Jr.,airesacros John Floyd, 4 acres . ..' 28 8.21 100 "' 53 4 8.01 S. II. Walls. 20 acre Frank Armstrong, 1 lot 160 9.00 4 158 10.20 II. II. Walker, 160 ncros .' .......""'"" Geo. Owen, 1 lot 43.06 2000 11.2(1 It. A. Wooilie, 110 4 210 Alfred Crawford, 1 lot acros 700 19.31 4 105 8.01 iV ' ,wMdi-'- . 100 acros llettiu Frye, 50 acres 1000 21.86 4 105 Will Ilocker, 10 ucres 9.20 II. K tocum, 57 acres 600 16.66 I Emma Robinson, 1 lot 105 8.01 C, Y, Ross. 26 ucro 11.19 200 I 158 Will Smith, 1 lot 10.20 Jason Gibson, 1 acre .. 100 8.21 1014 John Land. 16 acres 11.78 280 Value. Tax. A. I). Root, 60 acres 50 7.80 Sam Albright, 15 ncres $ 525 $10.15 Edgur Smith. 1 ner 60 7.80 Will Brown. 30 ucres 400 15.75 duini r. ninniou. ' uere ...r 8.65 Ben Dooluy, 1 ncru 250 12.05 Muck Watts, lot . H" 9.0f. O. M. Drewery, 30 ucres 460 19.72 James Alcorn, 1 acre ..". In 8.21 Thos. Edds. 30 acres 13.50 ill I iiruce, I ucro 300 Jnn 8.21 ' " J. W. Hutchinson, 20 ucres 18.53 Juke Curnentcr, 1 ncre 520 8.21 J. L. Johnson, 207 acres 27.25 . u. u. r. Lodge, 1 acre 000 300 9.34 Mrs. Sion Messer. 4 ucres 13.60 Henry Simpson, 6 acres 300 .. . lrl0. 9.0C 250 J. VV. Moore. 110 acres 12.0S John v. Jioimcs, 790 acres , .18467 197.61 I JUNCTION CITY train when over $47,000 of bond Mr. P. C. Ycllman, of Dnnvlllc, I were gold In a few minutes. Some woll-know- n Wnl-'ncirun-dow- n d .... -- -- ..- -.I ront-uuu- rijt 1 J . .93-6.1- 7 1 . car-loa- 1 1 pot-nlllc- n 1 1 1 I)e-lan- 2i 1 Ii 1 hi J ter-Co- shell-loadin- ' 1 ...!. .,..-.,- i...i ltt 1 i ranwrir irrn .a 65 Acres Land uctio C .1. i 1 50 ... . r VV ers to SO-9.- 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 . In Boyle County . 1 1 ON THURSDAY, OCT. 17 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. This land located just the suburbs of the City of Danville, on the Shakertown pike, one mile from the has splendid frontage and will be sold five to lots, with one boundary of to 30 acres will be so divided and sold as to give tive purchasers an opportuinty to purchase as 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 was recently purchased by Messrs. Robinson. Murphy and Dunn, the present owners. was bought by them a speculation and will be put up to the high dollar and sold. The land has a splendid stock barn, a .splendid tobacco barn, good tenant house, 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 age for each. WATCH DAVILLE GROW. What were the real estate values in and cl.se to Danville five year.j 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 value will make a large per cent on the investment. For further particulars inquire of the owners, Frank Robinson, Lee Murphy, Walter Dunn, or J. - 1 1 1 - .'Z"Z Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man Lancaster, Kentucky r - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, October 11,1918 Page Ihrce Baa. Read And Think Why not lie man and own jour own homtt and quit giving away one half of your earnings to the other fellow? Echo answers, why7 You can'l heat the fallowing for good hornet and investment propositions. It's up to you. Look them oven THIS WOW SAVED FROM AN OPERATION By taking LyiliaE.Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound, One of Thousands of Such Cases. I.ydin lllnck River FnlU, Wi.-"- As E. I'inklmm'i VcjfeUible Comound me I rem an aviil II uiii u um t n i iTJjTtTTTT opiration. I cannot eny enouRn In prnisu of it. 1 sulfered from ort;nnictroublciand my side hurt me so I could hordlybeup from my bed, and 1 wnsunnblu to do my I had housework. the best doctor in Knu Claire und they wanted me to liavo nn operation, but 9 9 O farm, of which No. 324 110 acres is first and second river lioltoms, 90 acres in corn that averages 10 harrrls to the acre, part of this corn land good for 20 larres this season. The party cut from Ii'm grass land this year 1 li tons to the acre. Mis tohacco crop will average 1,500 pounds to the acre. The crops on this farm this season will yield fully JM.000. On pike cloe t good town, graded school, churches, hanU, etc. Splendid neighborhood Improvements consist of one dwelling of 7 rooms, one house of four rooms, large stock barn, large tobacco barn, plenty of outbuildings. Well fenced and splendidly 'watered by river, springs, wells. About 40 acres in timber, estimated to cut $2,000 worth. Plenty of fruit. This is a money maker and we can show yo. Don't delay as it it roing to sell. cash, balPrice $22,500. ance gooil time. Act quick. 215-aere One-third I,ydinK.Pinkhnm's 9 9 No S2S nboiit four two-atnr- o nrri' m imi'i located w f in Stjtnf ''d Hiw v rp" no nf arven mom I i otiir" wd lot of two her-- . V,u roiildtt't H'Mfin to jtbtllHln on 'hi nine n'irn rut ih build' rncp for the rIafor what we t f Term lnrn nnd ? M. ! i H TM bnlance on .(" S nd cb Ktis'n flnise dend'' vahoul ftltd In flno neighborhoo I. ' i on-W- Q Q an enjoyable hay ride last evening in honor of Miss Kdna May Jones and Mia Rachel Ilyrley, of Ixindon, who is the attractive guest of Dr. and Mrs. Jones. The hay wagon minus the hay was tilled with a laughinc, rhattinir party. In the wagon were Misses Myrtle Shoemate. Kdnn Mav Jones, Mary Shepherd Meaner. Ilarhcl Rvrlev, Messrs. Montez Fikh. James Messer. Jr., Mr. and Mrs (). Ra inoml Skives, Mr nnd Mrs. Clarence Collier, Mrs. Cnlthit Newhind nnd Mrs. I. F. Jones. Mrs. James Messer, Sr . ihaperoned the crowd. Mrs I F. Jones, of Crab Orrhnrd, VeRetnhle Compound cured me so I did not need the operation, nnd I am telline nil my friends nlout it" Mrs. A. W. UlNZUR, Hlock River Falls, Wis. It Is just such experiences us that of Mrs. Kinzer Unit bus made this famous root nnd herb remedy a household word from ocean to ocenr.. Any woman who suffers from inllnmniation, ulceration, ilisnlncemi'iitM. Imckiu'lic. nervousness. irrecularitliB or "the bluin" should n it n trinl, until she hen not rest and for soitiiiI ikUh'i v nt I.ydin 12. I t.n. Mnsa. Pinkham M'dirin CRAB ORCHARD James Messor, .lr, who has joined the marines and will leave ?oon, frnvc OF SUGAR RULES The County Food Administrator of Lincoln county on October 8th disposed of the following violations of the sugar regulations ns follows: From Wililnm Jnckson, Crnh No. I, ho took the following written statement; "Ilefore I knew what the Inw was, I bought from my local merchant, I suifiir to which I was not entitled confess and regret the vlolntlnn, nnd the Food Administration having satisfied Itself I committed no wilful violation, I hereby make this confession to the community in which I live. WILLIAM JACKSON. "Crnb Orchard, Ky., Oct. 8. 101 8." From J. It. Taylor, Crab Orchard No. 1, he took the following state me nt and contribution: "Having sold sugar in violation of food regulations, I hereby confess the violation nnd mnke a voluntnry contribution of $fi0 to Crnb Orchard Chapter of American Red Cross This Oct 8, 1918. J. It. TAYLOR." From M. M. Thompson nnd Chester Wilson the following statement nnd contribution; ' We hereby, each of us. rtwike ncknowleilgment of n violation of the rood Regulations, express regret for the same to the community nnd hereby mnke a voluntary contribution of $'J5 each to the Crnb Or chard Chapter of the American Red VIOLATIONS Or-ilin- WRIGE. o9 gakgPgs6CTtyffixAligA agm gV9gaaV agak mM gal M MsagfetgaeaiBV JgKft gelaV lel sgj VaEgaHa&l AgjgaflKsifc Usflfart FiflVLlgWvlgaltfji ViVXigi.l gagaKxEuffl ngggSSwlgaTgJ .agagagaEP' "I Tk H MgoS Cross. r. "CHKSTKIt WILSON." The aggregate contributions made by these offenders amounted to $100 which was paid to the president of the Cm!) Orchard Chapter of the American Red Cross and the following receipt taken for same: "Ri ceived of Lincoln County Food Administrator $100.00, (laid to him by Lincoln county violators of the Federal Food Regulations. Oct. 8. 1018 "MRS. J. II. WILLIS, "Pres. Crab Orchard Red Cross Chapter." All of which, with certificate of this publication, hns been certified to the Federal Food Administrator for the State of Kentucky. J. N. Saunders, County Food Administrator. RRUNER SHOULD JOIN ARMY Dr. Rmner is circulating a card to show that he comes of fighting stork, his ancestors have "fit and died" in every wur since the beginning. If he has inherited this fighting blood it, would seem that the army is his place and not in the quiet and peaceful senatorial hall. Join the army, do doctor, and cease to waste time and money in the pursuit of the ignis fatuus of oftlce. You have no hopes This Oct. 8. 1018. "M. M. TWOMPTON. gB kiSm We will win this war Nothing else really matters until we do ! i ?in' Mint irood ttttttfttHld nrrhnr.1 oi th wNnd Spfeltdid iwoiti"" fenin- - nr! nrr " nil tw rftod nnd I watered by rivwr nHw. nd """ Sr)tt of tmnd wl SrhjajAo) ". A an'n hunk eB"fh Htl HUrbHrhiind. ' better in th Thiss i a irtney Mnkor nnJ StUtO. " and let u a tt&ntlid 1mm Price ;mJ tbsJW vmi tlli proposition term rifikt. Miami. It rfwi M. rlrp itartvh -- t la 85- - 100 r rhtrb 'nnd er cr, ''w per?. r nf whi'h M- for rrl'ino t9 o o e o o Q !" 'll ferenr' ie'r Saturday evening In entertained Kuchel honor or her jjuosts, ,JJis Ilyrley and Mia Kdna May Jones, of London, also .lame Measer, Jr.. of thia city, who has joined the with nnd will soon leave for 1'. S. force. The ro inn ivere beauwa Old (Jlory tifully decorated. Softly in evidence. shaded lights nnd potted plants made a veijy attractive scene. After eeral g.rnes a delicious lunch was served Those present wore Mr. .ind v ever-ivhere of election. nr-- ly D.. you get no at u.glif Satu.l Is tbf Ih ..t for all kidney or Madder trtiuti!' s i Sannl gices in 24 hour!' from n'l biekacht arO blvb'ir tmubli-- s Salirl Is a guiran-teei- l r,0c an,l 11 00 a bottle reir.i'dy r; I The Flavor Lasts B it tbo drug store wl ' '' 9 m 'm of lurd. ' necensury out lwlldlrl. apli'iidlil n"nr. nut' nf the know" boat well in tbi Stal- V large t'dmeoo barn. li to dry. xlOO foft RiMlMed rnjht Ht railroad and station and clnsw tn nclinM Mo 327 -S- -n fowr-rtwt- . ilwe-IH'- 9 9 9 9 9 9 O 9 9 "' nnd i fl" a jwi enn find fine IwntP nnd irond di't Mtro rilit. Onlv $3 rittht. It will ihv vim lli'w ono. cb.nroli nnvhrf This nnd tin 0() noijjl'bnrhoiM i :i s Mrs. O. Raymond Skiles, Mr. ind Collier. Mr. and Mrs. Jlel-viCollier, Misses Mary Shenher Messer, Kdnn Jones. Mary Griy. Ilyrley, Anna Reed, Mra. laltha Harry (oilier, Ni'ulimil. Messrs. James Messer. Jr., Johnny Stoveiuoii, Toy Martin, Monter. Fish and l)r Thomas Yynes. Mr. O. Raymond Skiles. Johnny Stevenson nnd Miss Rachel Ilyrley did much towjrd the uv tlieir evenings entertainment beautiful selections rendered nn the piano. The evening was one long to be remembered by each and every one present. The hostess is a very attractive and refined lady nnd understands the are of enterM. S M. taining. e n 1 Ri-chcer-tnin- 99Q99099999m9Qe09999999(B99999999 IPublic Sale!! -- OF- ml torn tn look InU unci-I- Q 9 9 0 No. 3"S 105 aTM of land of rloareil, Iwlanoo in whffli B0 arrs timlver of wliioh thero i wmip jjood Htid liou timbor. Throe-rooromli)nil. .'IS stock anil tolmroo id nil othor xSO. l' ftit to ov oMHirilinpt. Orchanl of ;J 00 trotw Woll wntiiiil and fenced nnd o!oe to fciJtool and rhurrh Th land will nroiivre 1.000 tioundi of t.Omrrn t 9 e 9 9 9 9 e 9 tw lrn Cut This Out It Is Worth Money DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, encloe with fie to Foley & Co., 283o Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your name and nddress clearly. You will receie in return a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and croup, Foley Kidney Pills and Foley Cathartic Tablets. Sold Mrs Margaret Letcher Durham, Durham, and wii'ow of Milton J granddaughter of Gov Letcher, is Lexrig'on The burial will dead at take place at Danville Personal Property INCLUDING IW arr and from 7 to s tmrri-eorn. IVice only $l.i."i0 and oay of terin. two No. 329- - 100 arre n' i liouae, la"i stery. outluii!tl'n)i 11 other nml nelelulr f tbe-- i Ortlianl of 100 treen and R Foil' in new mil narka. five neverfnilini; urn ill w "I "h. erwl by acre cleared, balance in 'iniber f down 1'Hcp $S 500 Termt, ami halonre In one, two and throe live-rooS-ni'o-lin'- WOMEN PRAISE ! 9 9 9 9 9 Siock? Crop and Implements AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. your. 9 9 onlv 107 acre, No. 830 mile off irood nlke. Sii mhmsi liamo, ntll burn. Rood orchard nf Well watered, irood wiie cleared an.' balfuncinv. 02 ance In Umber. Price $3,500 uid 9 fi 9 9 9 e 9 9 9 9 9 9 Q 3 9 & want every afflicted wonnn to try on nlleitoiio Iniltlo of Stclla-Vlta- c plain, open guarantee to return the, our inonc. paul for it If it duos not lieticlll. IT) If j'lniiloubtour word thut it will relieve tho ilistrcNlng uclics, pains nnd b iulory iH.euliar to the li!caso,-- i of Ve Tuesday. six-year-old ct 900-pounI 1 15th 900-poun- tro. wtioli.ivoliuil ll anil are gum to ecu otliiTH clir.til lias iliiiio for them. The Only InteicNt they hac In tho matter lilnli fine ru Wiinltm (Vclsltl iielplng to relieve the siillonugs of oilier omen.f YouI oaii lielieve llicin. .. (.1 I .... Ht. I K.. 11. Ill JHr. .1. V. 1AV, iUIIMlll Vlil., 1..1 icmaiu eouipiaiiil iur .years, i nice: uui-tii:i.i,v-Vn.i- 3 enroll lur, bhe of St Kald, mill nddeil,1 I nm rcrtniiily thankfemale tonic." Mrs. ful for this t Pnraleo Frnicr, l.mgiew, Tex , fkiftiut 1 gr-a- luriiHi riht. acre of troml Nn. 31 ' .. liliine to school, church, bank. hihI in line nuluhbuiliood. Has a t.vn renidence and n alory, eiulit-nmiflOO I mil n fotir-ron- 9 r Muck 100 ncros in lmttolim that will tir. nnd the uplu I dure Hilendiilly, mostly cleared and in orchard lira This faiin Kino grazing hmd. rijrht nnd price ritiht, only ll'J.fiOO nnd easy terms. It will jiay you to invostiKato this one. i bowno. Three Kood Ha ficnltw, crilw, etc. bi o.-- . in No. 'M'i Nice houto nnd lot in .Stanford, Kentucky, that contains one ncre of laud, House has seven rooms, barn, buirKy house, etc. A dandy home and on concrete walk anil close in. Price' only $1,800 and terms ribt. Look at this one. taken other leiiuilo iitodionies for two earn with nogocid results. 1 nm truly grateful for tho good Kium.a-Vita- k lmsilono mo." Mrs, Handy Withers, of tirocnslMit", Ala., was i terrible from female lionblo and only u woman known what that means! net condition got so had her imliis threw licr lulu spells like fits. Her husband feared slia would loso her tiiliul. The Clroensboro iloctors iironoiiiieei' her Then sonielsxly buggeted blie did that who tnko Hrm to. The first ih o lightenod her spells pound and It not only alleviates ii womau'rt pain, but builds up her health, ithtlniuhttcslier appetite, nlds digwlioii,ulet.slieriiLrvcM and cjearu her complexion. It Improves her appraranco. AlldcaleMbollStolla-Vltae- , and nre authoried to return the money paid for tho first bottlu if it does not benefit. THE PENNY DRUG STORE THE LINCOLN PHARMACY for this tlic.cord: "I eaiinol wiy tooiuucli .wniilcrfiil nuHlieiue. I had npproeiati'Ui of Sri 1 1 rSTi:u..VlT.iiisit irfoclly harm-lOftHcoi- Hughes & McCarty Officii 9 O o & On the above date we will sell on the Walter S. Dunn and Carolyn Logan farm half way between Danville and Stanford, the following property to the highest bidder: 9 One pair nic I hree-- y ear-ol- d mare mules, two pairs of very fine mare mules, one work mare, seven milk cows, two d & heifers, four yearling heifer calves, thoroughbred Hereford heifer, five weanling calves, two d steers, 2 brood sows and some pigs, 40 hogs, weighing 50 pounds, 25 shoats, seven hog houses, one thoroughbred Duroc boar, two 9 4,000 300 9 one riding and tobacco sticks, plow, shocks of corn, gear and harness, one walking three scorchers, two farm wag9 ons, one good Deoring binder, one good Deering mower, one hay O o frame, one corn planter and chain, one corn shelter, two riding culo tivators. TERMS made known on day of sale. 9 75-pound ;r self-feeder- s, 'jrT G O V Phone 180 al WALTER S. DUNN F. T. LOGAN Agent for Carolyn Logan. Residence Phones 152 and 164 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 91 )0f9(!)9tooei5ftfGiftf$OCOSfftt9t ? v."'--: j Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, October 11,1918 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL! E. C Walton and J. if. Wrlht Meini tUut l MONEY? If you want money to increase your Wheat lKtirii l ftttrfl at Btmnltrd, Mtl mttiir. M 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 Prcsttlrnt's response to the Oemian pence feeler in worthy of the He wnnts to mnn nml the occnslon. know first who Prince Mnximillnn represents, the Grrnuin milltnry miw-toor the German people, nntl whether the 14 terms previously announced by him arc wholeheartedly accepted or to be used ns "n basis of negotiation." In no event, however, will a suspension of hostilities he granted or nnv matter discussed so long us it single soldier of the Central powers remains on Allied noil. The letter to the chnncellor is couched in the most courteous language and is a complete parry of the strategy The Presiof German diplomncy. dent is willing to talk tieace. but only on the terms he has laid down. It is now up to the kaiser to put up or shut up. In the meantime the battles rage and the Allies are marching on to ilerlin, and the German armies will be given no rest until their master is willing to make an abject surrender. An hour or two after a mt.ii was elcrtrocuted for murder in the Ohio penitentiary a stay of execution of the sentence arrived. Tardiness of thr mails, which seem out of joint everywhere. Is given as the cause of the fellow's bad luck. It is just in well though. Murderers generally what the juries give them mid should get it at the earliest posiblo moment. There was no doubt of the man's guilt. It was only because there were some technicalities ignored in his trial that caused the reprieve. Not a week before th hand of death was laid on Gov. .las, II. he wrote to lieadquarters in Louisville offering his services to speak for Stanley and the other demNo more honest ocratic nominees. and faithful statesman ever lived nor one whoe democracy was no full a part of himself as he who has just gone to his reward. If he could speak to the people from the other shore, his appeal would be "Keep the faith as I did and by voting the democratic ticket, stand by your matchless President in this crucial hour." The Federation of Woman's Clubs having asked Gov. Stanley that if he is elected Senator will he support female sulTrage, he replied as follows to its president: "I'pon the appointment of Senator Martin. I made but one request, namely, that he support all the war policies of the President. If elect' d. I shall heartily and cordially support those measures which President Wilson deems necessarv to the winn n: A O STWLKY " cf th- - war. rs FALL And WINTERSHOES isas 4 r r 3 " I To our customer!' : Wo have received now another large .shipment of "Fall" and "Winter" Shoes. Both for Dress wear and work shoes. Tlie Men-ticwork shoe is a world heater, having heen sold hy this firm years, without losing one customer. We also have several other good for twenty-si- x makes, such .as Woyenberg, Buster Brown, Witch Klk. and in fact, all the standard hrands. s The Nettleton and Walk-Ove- r for Dress wear. They are sold on their own merits and small profits. When you see these you will huy. Also the Walk-Ove- r for ladies as well as other good makes. The largest assortment of youths' and misses' ever shown in this town. :BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBVirftLHHK Our line of Trunks and Leather g 'ds .ire advance in price Call and get what you want. than i.t.r Ik fine A small McROBERTS, BAILEY & RUPLEY "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" STANFORD, KY. I Pi. ; I ih. rtv ISorM tndav. t?,i:sy?si nnnairtsinnnnnaofflaaAttnAAftAAftinfflAnAAAAtnAnn, "wwwvwwwwwwvwwwwwww-giw-jw-- f W Oi u ZZ m m 0 0 b .OF IM- - a 9 FINE BLUE GRASS FARM, LIVE STOCK AND FARMING PLEMENTS, ON e Wednesday, PROMPTLY AT 10 A. M. Subdivided into several tracts. A tract of 100 acres one of 60 acres one of 50 acres one of 40 acres one of 15 acres. I always sell to suit the bidders. So will sell separately or any two or more tracts together to make the size farm you want. Wednesday, Oct, 16th AT 10:30 A.M. LOCATION mile north of the good town of Perryville. on the Harrodsburg pike ten miles from either Harrodsburg or Danville. Perryville has four new modcrnly built churches, one new high school building and one vary .fine private academy. Six pikes enter this town. The good people of this town and community are not to be excelled anywhere. Ohe-fourl- h LOCATION: mile from Danville & Huston-vill- e Fronts on McCormack Church Pike, miles from Moreland, Vt mile from Q. & C. Tike, G miles from Danville, 2 R. R., 2 miles from L. & N. R. R. In good neighborhood, close to schools and churches. Country school at corner of farm, Graded and High School three miles. one-eight- h DESCRIPTION This place containing 100 acres of very fertile land with its magnificent lawn of shade and grass is conceded to bu the most beautiful and pleasant place to live in Boyle county. There is on it one frame residence this is a strictly first class one one of the best in the county fine large cellar good nevcrfailing well at back door. " DESCRIPTION: Level and gently rolling, fertile, 80 acres of rich bottom land, no waste land, everlasting water, fencing good, good orchard, also orchard at each tenant house. .'52 acres sown to wheat, 70 acres to go in corn, CO acres of meadow, 15 acres of oats, balance in grass. The farm has heen well taken care of, has been in the Moore family for over fifty years. Recently came into the hands of present owners by inheritance and purchase in settlement of estate of D. R. Moore, and is now on the market to sell and will be sold. Don't overlook this farm you may miss a bargain. There Is a new stock barn 36x48 feet, concrete base, galvanized iron roofing, proof crib, will hold 300 barrels of corn, new tobacco barn, G0x(M feet, 24 feel rat to eaves, concrete foundation, galvanized iron roofing both barns built in 1917 Good garage, smoke house and chicken house and tobacco stripping room. New tenant house with outbuildings. Abundance of everlasting stock water. The land is Al for corn, wheat, tobacco and grass. See it to be convinced This is one of the few farms that is not tobacco-tircd- . Last yenr and this bcini' the' only crops ever grown upon it. five-roo- IMPROVEMENTS STOCK Ten head of work mules and brood mares, 20 head of cattle, 52 three and old ewes, 25 hogs, weighing about 100 pounds. four-yea- r V.' hf dwelling, hall and two porchos, two stock barns, Almost new one a large new barn, one of the best in County, two tenant houses, all necessary outbuildings. No REMEMBER: at my auction sales. No excess contracts, purchasers know they receive a fair deal. Will be sold on easy terms. Possession January 1, 1919. For further particulars, inquire of John M. Helm, Brumfield, Ky., E. C. Hubanks, Perryville, Ky., or two-stor- y FARM IMPLEMENTS Farming implements of every description, all practically new, been used onlv one and two years. DINNER ON GROUND TERMS RIGHT. LOOK FARM OVER BEFORE DAY OF SALE. Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man Lancaster, Kentucky I R.EDEVER,PerryvilIe,Ky. Col. I. M. Dunn, Capt. Geo. L. Toombs, Auctioneers. W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. LANCASTER, KY. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, October i I 1 , 1918 Page Five ac-rXLj- Lj Why Putter With Cimt ? u Common-Sem- e.u-i- r I Simple, Never Faili. Voo rnn tm out your corn unci uN far, or you can c uif your coma nml armlet. Tho Joy pcrllnK nr li tho ilfli-It- " wny. It In Itin only tinppjr, palnlm way In llio world. Two tlrop Their mother, A Cnrson, in not nt all well. Martha Severance Itnncy, who lit teaching In Hell county, near rinevnie, n ni nome while her school !, closed on account of "flu." Mm. W Mists arc "nil" suiTcicr. Mr. J S. Mocker In quite nick. flint, flinry .Mrnuli h returned from n vlnit to her lirothor, Hon. II. II KltiK. at Morclnnd. Mime Lottie nml Annr-lCarson l Parties who havq not paid their counts made prior to July 1, 1918, will please come forward and pay at once, as I am compelled to raise money and must lake steps to collect. ATI FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN BONDS CALL AT ONCE AT ARE FOR SALE. PAY YOUR TAXES COURT DAY I will have n sufficient force to write receipts for nil who come in while here at court Monday and pay their tnxes, Time's uettinp; short, so you had better uet your receint that day II (' Ilnuchmnn. sheriff. It W I.. Helms, of Danville, win killed in action In France. IICRK, A The Lincoln Pharmacy J. W. ACEY, Proprietor THE B1RST NATIONAL BANK OR SOME OTHER BANK AND SECURE YOURS. Lincoln County's Quota Is . $338,350 ....... n acute. This olllce had a pleasant call some time ago from Mr and Mrs I II. Peak, of Kuttuwa, I.yon county. 'I bey were vitdtine; Mr and Mm J W Peak, of this county, who them We unintcntinnn'ly failed mention of there ro il Complying with the drder of the people to make tune at the "ul he lloird l Health tb r ti unthcrmtr. be held o i i mini i f Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Spanish influcnia, the lunrh tn have with l.ui'Vl. i. isey by the Wiintnn'it Club rnn..t r..ili Die ( Mir ilUeas,. been uiven ..i Saturday, Oct. 1'Jtii. is iwntpcwed un- CImmIi is u Iih ul .liar. srHll by roni.'uli i.dl i orulltton. sibI til further notice an to cure tt "u must ! in . PERSONA- - AND SOCIAL Mrs I. M nml children returned to Pans tint mornini; W M. McduiTey went to Mr this morning to spend a few days with his daughter, Mrs J T. O'.Menry Mr .1 .1 Mtillins .mil eTondaotm, Homer ami Karl Hunt, left this morning for Campion to visit Ins tan, null Mullitit. Mr David Kubanfe who hn been Ul for so lone;, was able to come to He culled at this oftown Thursday fice and paid for his paper for about the (With time. Mr Kubanks is In his Kith ear nml up until n year iiko was a very active man for his years. 11 Miss sick. Kliahcth is quite Mi4s Elizabeth Taylor spent Wed nesdny with llarrodaburK relatives Dr and Mrs. I' I.. Ilnice have cone to Lyiichhure;, Vn.f for a short risit to their niece, Mrs. A. C. Harrow. Mr W II. MeKinney will move into .Main his new bungalow on West as soon as the keys are turned over to him I'rof. M. I.. Cancer will occupy the home Mr MeKinney will street THERE, EVERYWHERE third of the bonds have been sold in the present drive nnd the time is mote than hnlf over The "llu" situntion at Camp Zach-nr- y Taylor has substantially improved "Cl Ih t)rp" en That Corn-U- .a "Cili II" during the pnst 24 hours. John Chcsnut, son of Jnkc Ches-nu- t, an J tha Corn It a "Conar! i of Laurel county, was killed in of flcti-Jt- " on riny corn or rnltusilrlra at onn, Tim corn llnnllr loosnna off a patriotic celebration in Idaho. from tho toe, so tlmt ytm enn lieel It Ilully for Garrard. Her epiota of on with your flmtrrs InonnMoce, Fourth Liberty Loan Ponds was Mkn iKTllnir it Imimtin. (Irrnt l lure." ttun.wl.li I'll ilnnn thnt (lets-It." Tharo'a J22CI.400 and she has sold 5240,000. -"only otio corn H'lrr Tim The nutoless Sunday program is wrsppcil up I'li with tniio ami bnnri-atw sntilrrtiinir frtmi Irrltntlntr about to be abandoned in fnvnr of a U ei. It's nil n Inirlairlty. Iocs woumlt il new plan for restricting use of gasoty.rniors nml knUra. Hint's hutchrry, line by automobiles. rlitlctiliiiia. uniH'Ci'iirr. UainriTDtn. Um " uy ultnplc. Declaring the time is critical and tlio lllarty pnlnlaai. hl,nys (lire. Tnko no clinncra. the response must be complete, Pies-ideHmt 'tlctj.lt." Ikm-- t iM intuited br Wilson snul that recent events Imlntlona. Hep thnt yon irct '(lets-It.- " have enhanced, not IcsFoncd, the imTirta II." the Kimrnntceil, money-hac- k KENTUCKY CRAB ORCHARD, tho only suro portance of the Fourth Liberty Loan. wny, contatMitii trlflnnt iinyilnnr store. un Saturday night, ott the Irish M f'Jhy K.ljiwrcnroACo.iCblcaffo,lll. Sold in Stanford nnd recommend- coast, the Hirnno Maru, n .Inpnnesc Judge T. A. Rice said the words STREET SALE OCT. 26lh liner, of about 7,700 tons, wns tored ns the world's best corn remedy pedoed Mr. David Street wiH have a saKi and sunk, ami of about H20 Monday that bound together the by The Penny Drue Store. hands of Ira Curtsinger, of live stock at his home ner Crab persons on board 200 passengers and hearts and Oct. 20th agcil 17, of Danville, antl Miss Mayme Orchard on Saturduy, a crew of 120, only 2!) were saved. Mr Matthew P Kenrel, of Mt. L'nrnged because his daughter, Lewis, 18, of Hales Well, this county. Wntch these columns for his adverVernon, is down with the 'flu" Louisville has gone over the top in tisement. Miss Jones, IS years old, News lomes from Sit Vernon that would Ither leave her aunt, who had the bond sale. Hrackcn, Greenup not a little aon has firmed at the home reared her, Albert Jones, a Louisville and Grant counties have done likeThere are 30 or 40 ca'S of intlu-enz- a if Me and Mrs Matthew Poitman laboier. killed the girl with a razor wise. in the Hrodhend nciphborhood, I'enrel and cut his own thioat in an attempt Police Captain John Egnn is dead but so far only three deaths have oc curred. Ktlwin Welburn. now at Vandclnlt. at suicide n exmirton. need 13. Nwithwlle, write his parents, Dr and ... ... . .... ... ..... ... ........ . ...... .... ........... .. ......... .... .. -. . I) Welburn, that he is jut . ., . . ....... ... ...... Mrs W. .. . .,..., . . ..-- -. i, . , out of the hoxpitnl, having had a mild II case of "llu " Some 70 or more of his (olleairucs are down with the epiHe says that the ed Cross demic people were mighty liond to him anil he appreciates the orcHniration mure now than he ecr did .....a. ..,.,., .ii,i, .... Ti IAJ OKJT?fJL store Dunlap Shoes For Men $7.00, $7.50. pnln-lfil- r, A Step Foward in Quality, .$6.00, i, tJet-It,- W. E. PERKINS r, -- .-. ....... -- ,.,,,........,........... ,m.mh..i T -- VarWiH Not Be Won By Extrava-gaec- e CENT-A-WOR- D with his daughter Mr K C Wnlton, for several weeks, left Thuracluy lornine; in his Overland for hi home ol Murium was Ml I'atleitsburv register of the land office when San-j- c M ' re.ir was irmvrn,, fci th. flrnt time and he w the onlv .urvivinjr State o Ulcer of tlmt admin istmt ion. He 'i a vrrnal adtmn-- r if the Inmertte.l Set .a.ir MeCreaiv, who lie nv was one rtf th IttHit men and oftVers li .Hal bus ever bad. ' Col. T D. Moreum. who hits beaih Catarrh MV!I nml arta Ihiu itir IiMmmJ on Hie rtiu. ous aurfarea of Ih. .i. airn Hulls I imrrli Motion pr,a,nbaai by .lir I th. brat li)alcluna In i liia counlry for It ran rra tonlt p laKnown. P..i1 .if aumc of the tat . i ml. Iti.nl with wnit of tli ! ai Kl purine- .ml tr.uUi.n nf Tha thr inrrvdt. nu In Hull 4 t tnrrh Mrdl- in. la what prodtn- a" I worn; rful 'aulta in .atsrrhal niKniiuna tn?nl fur tenitmonlala. trie i TJ !! NKT Prop Tnl. do. O rlr rammt) Hall's lntrnl latM Inlrmally iihin par" ' r- l. Ml II l'n:lata l , 1111 , V 1" - ttJUi 'a TT" .11 nt!"l .n in ii aaa.) ia.i n I inI'OK HIItK flood horse and buc C H Masters. Stanford K Ky .FOK imre Timothy see New land & N'ewlantl 90 Tt' t purity; OS'; jrerrni 7T tf nation Prii e nirht. I have nice ponies to let out to nihool children to break and ue during the school term. W. I.. Mr. 81-Carty. FOIt SAI.K 10 catt!er we!rh'nK betwea-S00 nnd 1.000 twntnds. Thev Mita IiuRenia nre ifood feeders. Dtinn. Huatormlle. Kv. 2ntf ONIO'NR.-Fl- ft bushtls of lull a le Hubble Kx- Phone onions for hanif I T Blanks. Hubble. K with (AiIi hrr tfil'-- r 1 ni ail etr ! thn wntl rurh ? mi li,f rab Ii ADS But by the Strictest Economy You shbuld economize in every possible way. But there is a danger inxHaving the wrong idea about economy. i t' t f The danger is not knowing what econ- n 82-- p HVelclVsJ I I ftftif laJaT" m .!.' Am & s$Z r. v MSJ j' ' A f swr ' ' I -- rr Fto& I ar tan E8TRA- Y- A steer, two years old inme to mt place Sept. 23. Owrer i an ir t same by pitvinic fur his this ud. C. llender. Jupttion kee-nn- J 1. Mr5 J W -v- v4h -'r PKOnUCK I will pveyou'the h chest price for all kinds of countn pri.iliu e. k'ive me a trial. I also handle a hiiih icrnde fcrtilixer. J. II. p 1! Crab Orchard, Ky. I OST- - White poodle doi on Danville pike, between Stanford ami over-h,ea- d britlue. Please notify or leturn to T J Jennings, Stanford, It No. 1 Sl-t- Citv. Ky 80-8- p omy means. Many people think economy merely means getting goods at a cheap price. Every farmer, every business man, every housewife knows that low price is not necesWhen you need clothes, sarily economy. there is economy in buying good ones. W sell tt -- , i ' 7ZZZ71Z The Penny Drug Store The Kiddies Favoriie Founiain Pocketbook contamini; tax receint and other receipts and also $17 in bills. Lost between Mason's flap and Stanford, or in Stanford. Keward if left at Interior Journal office Solly Miracle, Pineville, Kv. T 81-2- f.OS . lp Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suits and Overcoats i I ' ill i mr A. mJmUM MM 'fk i " p " I Wl are at Severance it Son's old tnnil with a splendid stock of cloth-liie- ; x JJ.f ..UJpJ i It v House and three House has seven acres of land. rooms, big porrh, itood outbuildings. Itnd well fenced, fruit trees and several chestnut trees, (looif cistern, neverfniling well, also pond. Any one desiring to see property, write John 1 Salum At Salem. I'OU SAM. thiirnui'hlv investigate our stock bo- The llargain Store fore buying. will be well worth your time to Ccprrlclit Hart ChaSDrrl Mart iMith for ladies and gentlemen. because ther give the most day by day wear for every dollar invested. Prices, $18, $20, $22.50, $25, $30 and $35. Don't mistake lower prices for economy, for conditions do not permit it. It I VI V. (iQoch. Morelnnd. Ky. Mrrm ItlnrV STMAVI'll fllf RTOI.l-'mare,' heav m.ine, slun. lengthy tail, foretop sheared, front sOioes torked, in thin condition, rood walker and fnvl rnlf i.r 4fmil nr .tnlpn friim near Phi'. ( ase eountv. Sept 27th. Xotifv ( linrlie Daniel, Cooper Ky. It 1 """''' There is a style for you among the many new models we are showing. We provided for every style of foot and we know how to fit each one. en's Dress Shoes Douglass Shoes, $3.00 to $6.50 1, . y . tt Dr. J. W. Weber adSK v Jfl .. I UiLlipbU OllUCS W.UU LU n TJTJT, Chiropodist . W- - iFoot Vt U If Iff ff $8.50 Florsheim Shoes to $10.00. $8.50 Doctor All-wool There is economy in buying these shoes at the present prices. if aaJ fabrics you get the best quality. are "best" now as ever and good tailoring is important and valuable as ever. Our clothes come in fine workmanslup and good models. We are prepared to fit all sorts of figures men of odd sizes, stout, very tall, very short, as well as regular sizes. If you buy any clothes this fall be sure Office at The When in town on Court BUY Weatherf ord Hotel, Hustonyille, Every Tuesday and Friday LIBERTY BONDS BEST INVESTMENT ON EARTH Day come in and let us show you buy liberty bonds BEST INVESTMENT ON EARTH ROBINSONS; an STANFORD PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS, Stanford, Ky. a..ip .an. I il I I I ti iigia ,, ,11111ft IIII1TT T - - .. m. n PftfeeSfc The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, October I 1 , 1 9J 8 Big Ball Bearings; Better Light engine is L equipped throughout with extra largo ball bearings. No other farm light-plaengine is so equipALLEY-LIGH- T nt ped. v r' riant i. 27 Inches Ion Kle 14 Incite SI Inche hlt 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 bright, steady, safe light to ht ht every farm. so on. water pump, churn, separator, and We will be glad to demonstrate Lalley-Ligfree on your place. Call for the owners' testimonial book. ft HUSTONVILLE MOTOR COMPANY THE FORD GARAGE Aijcncy Lincoln and Cntey Countir ht It brings power for a TOM ncri.iN Those V,iio liavo heard the inimit- nbli' To n Ilollin, Congressman from Alabama, in previous campaigns, will be clci'qliU'l to know that he is ominjr tu Kentucky to mnke half a hes for (Jos'. Stanley nnd ozcii ap tb norrmi ?s for ConpresB. He is one of the fincht stumpers m the country and ItritiK a close friend of Ollie James lie is preutlv interested in the outcome of the election of n .successor to the man ho loved dearly. Mr. llcflin never fails to draw Took Out Dreadful Sorenrss When the kidneys are weakened and fail to throw impurities out of the blood, the poison remains in the system and backache, soreness nnd rheuMrs. David matic pains, develop. Henry, 85 S. Lincoln Ave.. Washingtne largest crowds nnd to entertain ton, N. J., writes: "Foley Kidney 1'ilU them with forceful logic and apt il- took the dreadful soreness out of my lustration. Tho dates and places that limbs and I walk good." Sold he will ppcalc have not yet been an LAND, STOCK AND CROP Thursday, October 24th, 1918 OF DR. W. T. MURPHY, OF CHILTON, KY. On account of Dr. Murphy making up his mind to quit farm- ing and turn his sole attention to the practice of medicine, we will on Q' COMING nounced as it is hard to decide where to send him. so great is the demand for him. If you are anywhere in striking distance of where he speaks take a pointer from us, and be sure to hear him. Tho men' are well fed nnd you Y. M. C. A. HEST SUBJECT complaint Carlstmni Field, Arcadia, Fin., never henr nfellows who of nny kind. All nrc line nro glad to Sept. Ufi. Dear Interior: You naked be in the service for Uncle Sam; me when lenving to write you of mv however nil nre anxious to go across jsJRsVt Contents l!i Fluid Drarhre work nnd cnmii life. If there is any and longing for thnt time to come. We hnve n fine library here In the thing better to write about here tlmn building, with all kind of good rend the Y M. C A., have failed to ftnI it. The work Is one of the best I ing mntter, book aim magazines, and For Infanta nnd Cliildron. kinds of 'mm of and nm enjoying eery min- nil the men. periodicals for the me I.ast month 1,031 hook ute of It. We have moment of jov of ere rend by the men of this field, nnd sorrow, for the soldier think n Y. M. ( A. secri-tnrcan do nnythimr Hnve picture shows twice a weik, from writing n love letter to one of which i absolutely for the men free oondolonrv Our duties are varied of charge They nil enjoy the high from wrapping package such as class line of picture shown This is n very beautiful site for cainlv, rhotos. snake skin nnd ii. . to administering to the wants a camp, and wonderful Hying fields; ALCOHOL si'LHUbni. nny time you mny see a great num of the boys in khaki. A great opJ AVo'JclabteftejvaMtionfefAs 1 portunity for doing rood conies from bcr of ship up doing stunts you siniiMUirojuiciooui'j every interview with the men and might be afraid to pull on the tlnotlieStonwdrtawinoHTliM each time we n secretaries are up- ground. The men seem to feel tho grent responsibility and importance lifted and benefited nfter having had , realizn talk nnd kneeling in of this branch of the sen-iceof Americn are prayer a the men themselves Some ing thnt the eye K Tlicrclrj'lVomounviDKcjtioa one may nk, does it Inst? The evi- turned in till direction, they nru Cheerfulness una clearly striving to prove their efficiency in dence of the great good Opliim.MorpWncnoc shown In letters received from the this line of work rather than a disMineral. Not Aiiooi iv, men after leaving thi camp, express- appointment. SIB W Will any in regnrd to leaving home ing their appreciation for the servjATcuJixuaaBX nnd giing up a better position for ice rendered nnd the religious inWish thnt I might show vou the Y. M. C. A work, I do not regret fluence I am Jt.jL.IM .Utl some of these letters, nnd let you see having done so and feel that v.lmt it means for the soldier to hnve doing my bit to help whip the kni a V M V. A. Alter nil tins is not or nnd win the world for ilenuur.iey f ii job of handling mnterial for the nnd Christianity for the bcttci merit men. or selling stamps as some might of all mankind. I hope I tncoln suppose, but n real f'vistian serv county will go over the top yhen the l.Mi.fnlKrmfdyfis" drive come in November for the Y ice to your fellow ' -- ii. ConMlpntlonandUlarfliPhiieh enre- - 'is as there are M. C. A. CouldI write more about hnd best stop for ..usn't for the Y. M 0. thi camp, but heard: "If 0,,".:j:;.Vsli:i:i' juld not stnnd it." "It is this time. I.ove to all back in dear A. we old Kentucky. ' Dad" Is my name ho- in us." "To contribute to the nmong faulliniJnK'refrewInlnf-1- ' the boys. il Cross Is to nve n life, to the Y. A. II. SKVKUANCK r. ..,:i Cidnalorr cf M. C. A. n ouI." "It is the connectlluildiiig Secretary ing link to the world we all know, and I i thnt liner touch of a greater life i COMPARE THE TWO MEN attnined in no other way." Admirably equipped by nature. .mI Wo encourage the boys to write Ni;V Uit"; home even week, and from this build- ucation and training, with a com ing 11,963 pieces of mail were sent plcto knowledge of the processe of out last month. One mini approached legislation gained in six terms in the the desk for stamps nnd was asked lower house of Congress. Gotenior bv the secretary what denomination? Stanley will step into the Senate He said Itaptist. We also sell express read made for immediate service tn money orders, in that way the men the great cause now engrossing the ' at U' y if Wr"it ,. send their money back to mother lountrv On the other hand his op and consequently less gambling goes ponent is a tyro in legislation and hko on in the camp. Our religious pro- others even of much more ability gram is by no means neglected. Wo would have to go through a courss of his mothi'.k or THC ll hail to hi Mother of the Crimjon had 15 religious meetfuga for the sprouts, so to speak, before he could Cross CRIMSON CKOSS month of August, 1,1 .'!() in attend- attain even mediocre imortanre in An Angel of in a lad of drosa, ance; 12 Ilible classes. 187 attend- the ImmU. Hut why waste spnie on A wounded hlei'ding soldier lav Ilraving the tempests of shot and ance: 87 Hibles were distributed, 184 him? The doctor is as clever as he -- boll sumewhen- near No M.in's Ijnil. Christian interviews, anil 29 deci- knows how to be but he will not go Helplew. alone, forgiitttti awhde, She ir:es her all that he might get sions for a Christian life. Snort in to the Senate this year, nor another well ru ing the tou. h of a comrade's all phases of athletics are in evidence year. So it is useless to discuss a To her may the banners be unfurled hand. A vote foi While sulfering throughout the camp. I.03S partici- contingency so remote. untold agony its hui She's the greatest Mother in all the pants with 22,300 spectators for last Stanley is a vote for a&ility and efworld, life ebbed away. our record shows. Some ficiency, therefore itUmp under the He thought of home and Mother dear, fjhe gently nurwd and cared for him month as people may ay "I don't believe in rooster. whom he longed to ee that day. with the low of a mother's honrt. 'that sort of reireation for the men," When the storm and roar of buttle Till heated in body, mind and soul, I but it is much better having them dr Whim oii hae Iwikaitio the liver ready again for the front to start. calmed and the smoke had cleared vel'jpod in musile and will puui-rThough deprived of his own deor away. sure lo he out ot t ar than lie around the bnrra ks .m.l nrr ktiln" an mother's rare and keenly felt this S,iMl It irf wiiihIit for thi The 'trrti her bearers came in haste gambling. to whiTe the brnxe lad la losa. trt.U They bore him quickly to the rear. He wu serenely happy in this moth iv r Kuliit , ml lili'lder liottli' mil cirilme you. Oet It fur his death mennt Amenta's loss er's line his Mother of the Crimson Cross. And they kept him safe in the arms it ll-- drug "tore WM W nCAWHOUSK. of ol his "Mother of the Sailor, (ircat Ijikii Nuwd Tr, Sla., Crimson Cross." ' lluy a Liberty llond today' H. l'JIR S.pt Refrain , CASTORIA Genuine Castoria v s, Em I - Mothers Know That j Always heart-to-hea- rt tnyffltif"",Lal Bears tho Signatiiro of 1 Jo M ill1 IH Use For Over -- Thirty Years Bl,iO Ffel IlKM " tl - I . I -- v-- t e lo. 21 -- OF- Public Sale We will on Beginning at 10 9lt9t9999tttfftttti0tttt0i0o ! o o o o 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 J q Thursday, October 17 o'Clock A. M., sell for W. W. White, his o r- - . J I 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'c and Lebanon pike in the best neighborhood in Casey County. All fine limestone land, TRACT NO. 1 Is the home place, containing 75 acres of splendid farming cultivation, finely improved with a handsome ft land in high state of tobacco barn, all frame house, fine stock barn, new outbuildings necessary and in splendid repair. This farm is splendidly located and under splendid wire fencing, well watered, etc. In 9 fact, an ideal hon e for any one seeking a nice home. Large storeroom in yard. TRACT NO. 2 I 8 acres, known as part of the T. A. Reynierson Contains Q m farm, is also splend dly located on same pike will also be sold at same time and place. This is very fine limestone land, will grow hemp, corn, tobacco, in abundance. Well fenced and watered well, has a 5 fine tobacco barn, stock scales, but no dwelling. 1 his tract will be Z subdivided and sol J, then sold as a whole. These farms are up for any one will 0 sale and elsewhere. save money by looking over these lands before buying STOCK P 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 go id m'il one a one bay horse, one pony, ones; one splendid brood mare, one 3 years old, nicely broken; one splendid saddle horse, one fine driv- 50 bales nice hay, some corn, 9 stands of bees in fine ing mare. 2 shape, farming implements, household goods, and lots more too 5 numerous to mention. TERMS made known on day of sale. 1 8-rore ' 9 9 located on the Danville and Hustonville pike Hustonville and 2 miles from Moreland. HOME three-quarte- r mile fron me 99 99 Farm Contains 83 1 Acres, cottage with concrete cellar in porch, one small stock barn with 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: Five-room O :9 mostly in blue grass. The improvements consist of the following: 5 1 Q9 99 9 9 9 9 9 Two-Thir- ds of 18 Acres of Corn and Fodder; Two-Thirof Two Acres of Sugar Cane in Shock 1 0!d ds 1 Good Work Mule, 3 Good Milk Cows. 9 n 9 9 5 Jersey Heifers, will be Fresh in May next, One Bull, Subject to Register 99 0 9 G Farm implements to work any well regulated farm and many other 9 9 things too numerous to mention. Hol-stei- Three Good Work Horses, X DINWIDDIE & OWENS Moreland and Hustonville, Ky. TERMS O Liberal and made known on day of sale. 9 9 DINWIDDIE & OWENS, 'fCttV6!999UOCUCIUUOVVs?VUUf06)OOQ9 ""ftL The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, October DAMASCUS I I, 1918 Page Seven Gates Half Soles Try them nnd be convinced that you rnn mnkc your old tire ae, by having us hnlf olc it with the famous GATES SOLE. It wil run you .1,500 miles without n puncture. Those nrc n few of the price nt the present: 30x3 30x314 31x3 32x3 W 34x3Vi 31x4 32x4 33x4 34x1 ... ... m now - HAL!- .......... -- .. . $10.50 j. -..-. . . . . .,., m. . 12.70 13.45 14.75 10-4- vilnyct of Hvrlu. Is cnllod the most ancient ritv In the world. Kvcryonc who troti tltv Klolic, nt the heel of ThomnK Cook ft Son, or otherwise, nnd, In more leisurely fashion, noes to Jerusalem, nnd, "(aniline in the Damascus, (late, renllr.es thnt he is which atnndinir. upon irround una trodden by the feet of those who, by nil standards, were "the aitelcnU, FW, comparatively, k" t Damascus, which (Jen. Allenuy's forces have taken, but nil who aland in the Damascus, (Jnte ntul ruminate upon the ajrc lone ebb nnd Mow of the human tide which Hi title suReats suffer ever afterward the pape of n keen Even the Syrian Mountains, nt the which Damascus sit", hnc Ik-- i ome n reaort for Kuropcnn idlers who indulge n pampered taste for s ibmnte nnd lliul in the tpml-itinnt'e atmosphere of n coveted perrons who measure towns nnd cities by their hotels, nnd jutle hotel by their near approach, or th-- ir f lulu re of iinpriiiu h neitrly, the best of (hone in Puns or London; persons who hurry tin ouch Damascus be-ui of the ilmrncter of the fond m l irire, nnd hnstcu upon the I)nmncli. capital of the Ttnkiat' nuret fret of .... . . -- ... . ... 19.75 20.10 20.95 21.30 Ilring us your old tire mid lot us make it new. ri THE NEW CALOMEL FINE them and will refund your money if The U. S, S. Tampa, a former coast guard cutter, was lost off ths FOR COLDS AND GRIPPE you nre. not delighted. English const September 2(1 with all .Judges or the United States Circuit on board, while on convoy duty. Tcsi Calatabi, the New Nnuiealtaa Calofficers und 102 of omel, Break. Up a Severe Cold Court, acting an arbitrators in the crew, one Britishimitated men five, tho ciofficer nntl controversy between the newsprint Overnight. A paper manufacturers and the Federal vilian employes, lost their lives Navy Department statement announcTrades Commission over the price of Physicians and druggist have nt news print paper, have hnnded down ing the disaster, says the ship s last found n quick nnd dependable a decision nwnrding a price of $3.50 sunk nt night in the Bristol channel remedy for colds, influenza nnd per 100 pounds for rolled news in nnd that reports indicate that she grippe. One Cnlotab on the tongue was struck by a torpeilo wkilc escortd relots f o. b mill. at bed timo with n swallow of water, stores the price current Inst This spring, ing n convoy. that's all. Next morning your cold which was reduced to $3 10 by the hns vanished and your liver and en- Federal Trade Commission Don't Ynu Need One Now? tire system are purified and refresh, bad breath, Indigestion, hiliotfi ed without the slightest unplcnsant-ncs- s gas, congestion or anv condition antEXECUTRIX NOTICE or Interference with appetite, ing from a mass of undigested fond diet or work. All persons having claims ngivtist needs, immodnte alien Dollars have nlwnys contended that he estate of Kd P. Carpenter, de- in the stomach Cuthartic Tnblets aro tion. Foley calomel is the best medicine for colds, ceased, will present them properly mild and gentle, hot sure in ni tior. bronchitis and la grippe nnd the first no griping, pain nr nausea. medicine to lie given in pneumonia proven to me nt once. Those owing Cause bowels, ( leanso stomnch, and acute, fevers. The new cnlomcl, the estate nre nskcil to call on me nnd tone up licr sweeteneverywhere. old Cnloliibs, is purified and refined from without delay nnd settle. Mrs. Lou nil of the slikming nnd dangerous Carpenter, "I know how I'd serve th- - food Executrix of Kd P rar cirecta and with the medicinal virproblem if I were in Germany's ponter, deceased, Moreland, Ky tues vastly improves, plnie." Cnlotnhs nre sold only in original 77 It How" sealed packages, price 35c Your ' I'd get the Russians drunk and druggist recommends and guarantees Buy a Liliertv Bond todav, bnve a Bolheviki stew." .1. ,t....i .1. .t. .t..iuj. i. Uh- -.; ?. .1..1..T..M-- V a. I..I. w-.icar-loai -VI. t"H"MI"HI"I"lt"lt-H"M-!-H-l'H"t- - .The Inernational Rubber Sales Co. DANVILLE, J. C. II. MASTERS, Local Aieut. KY. B. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. The Price gotten Is Soon For- Quality Is A Sticker Wlii'ii you haw bought the John Deere line you Come in anil let us show you. Slut Bottom Stajr Sulky Plows . $75 Plows $120 Slat Hottom Two-waVan I.runt Drill (complete) $150 Diw Harrow with Foro Truck $65 y have liouj-h- t 1 tin1 liiwt. .lului I)(ere John Deere .1 ihn Deere Deere Diin'iarn Duiih in'- It-inc- h 7 10-10-- ot CtiltiiiNrkoni S'ii Pulverizerd $90 $70 John B. Riff e, Hustonviile r,jrrrTfTVii mill journev, to the delights .if by represented us clothes eseninK of Americans," in th "een prominent curiiviitiniies of Cniro, wiere the Arnb waiters wear the re I tarbooah and keep one reminded een when he is not lookitur at the Sphinx nt (Sizeh, tr looking nt the "Sphinx" in the lloulevard lu N'l' that he isn't in N'ew nrk Damascus has been described, by n wealthv tourist, ns "one of those horribly foreign places whiih some persons pretend to find fascinating, and whire there is nothing that really is fit to ent " Possibly the occupation 6f Sym iiy Kunipenn powers the exclusion of the Turk will brine not only betnnd lodeing to Damascus, ter food and following it an inundation of tourists, but nlso motor roads. Over these, the plentitude of uasoline rewill stored by pence, the "run up" from Ilierut in a jitTy. or miijlie in n jitney, to see the dreat Khan, the bnrars, the serai and the houe of Judas and Ananias, who must hue been nt some time mer ehslits in an Kasteru bazar, to judge from their moral ihnracter There will be then no further danger that Moslem fanatics will attack unguarded, rubbering, wandering Christians, nnd the prices of native wares will rie amazingly, in the hands of native profiteers. But no change that maj of the m come will roll Dama-cu- s is try of antiiputy which the its inalien charm of able possession, or of its mud walled quadrangular rist demos, with their interior marble (ourtN and fountains and fig trees, which every traveler in Spain wims to see because it was from Damascus thnt the Moors brought to Toledo and the Andnluaian cities the char a ter'tir of a domestic architectun v li.i h hides in a singularly linnii ingularlv beautifjil i' 'iM nr a r r a d suggests a conception if r inn life, and of life, which put t i' tmnking cap upon the cocky who has looked down ur " i rni r the Mohammedan as a heathen a i I Co i upon the imlygamiftt a a pig m ivilintion" siven eourea, i ' Don't Wait Until Prices are Sky High to buy aat, MuSRaVt VtftVlftaf a Hurry! TV . B(.l -- Hurryl Window Glass Roof Paint, Etc. well-to-d- o are wise will buy now. but come at once to Coomer & Nave's before cold weather comes, as labor and materials are becoming scarcer all the time. Prices will be much higher this winter than now and those who Hurry: Our stocks of Window Glass, Roof Paints, etc., are complete and price reasonable. You will save the cost of a new roof if you use our Roof Paint. Preserve your old roof, as it is next to impossible to build a new one. We have just received another shipment of PICTURE FRAMING MOULDINGS and have a large selection of new and pretty designs. "jj 1 COOMER .. .J..-. Sc NAVE Phone 25, Danville i' I 5 ..i..;u.j....u.yi. a '.' 1 nun inn rwarmrTi sriarmarirTTPfi A Few Choice Farms and Desirable Town Properties For Sale SEE US & Owens Dinwiddie Hu3tonville Moreland and mKmaaamnmmmBBmmmmm& CAR-LOA- D OF I Old Hickory Wagons JUST RECEIVED E. T. Pence, Jr., LISTEN TO THIS Wouldn't you like to live in f n. rriurclies. l. U. goou nonnle; nnd good schools ihadc? If so sec Stanford ,,, If it's farm land you want, I have it. and if ou are looking for a bar--aicome to mo for I have the farm vou wnnt at the price you want to pay No 000 5 ncres of land right in town, nil fenced nnd in good shape, on rock pike in 100 yards of graded school, one quarter mile of railroad frame, depot, n N'o. 1 seven-roohouse with porches, nice vnrd, hen, meat nnd wood houses, all buildings new, good 'garden. One of the best buildings nnd locations in town Price $1,800. No. fiUO Farm of 814 ncres on county road, close to mail, telephone, school' nnd churches; (II ncres cleared, fencing fenced nnd acres in clover and timothy; 'ood, large orchard, good garden nnd no better water nnv where; a lot of nice timber This farm is nearly all level. Sewn room frame house, two b.irns, "52x30 each; silo and all necessary outbuildings nnd granaries. 20 tons of liny, '2 cows, 2 calves, 2 horses, 2 wagons, 0'4 ncres corn, about CO bushels of wheat, about 200 bushels f acre potatoes, U head oats, of hogs, bit.dcr, mowing machine nnd rake, wheat drill, corn drill, cultivator breaking plow, ,ind harrow. Price for all, $7,000; for farm. $5,000. No. 1 -- A farm of OS acres on county road, cIo.e to school, church .mil store, all level, not one foot of waste land; all in timber, except one acre. A new frame house, six room, lien and meat house, young orchnrd. A nico location nnd can't Price be beat for the money. n two-stor- v cross-fence1 1 one-haltwo-hors- e two-stor- y $1,-00- PARMS FOR SALE f& "'"-- "' &jgp Jgs&P MtsLA & 'S7 b-t-y Jk &k rjf-W- l H H We Will on Tuesday, Oct. 15th Beginning at 1 0 o'clock A. M., sell for Henry Hudson his Farm Known As Old Pipes or Tucker Place Located 2 miles west of Hustonviile on the load leading from the Bradfordsville to the Liberty pike. This farm consists of 1 To the Public: n , ptwM lh. ordir rlotbmc ,lld , in tbia houa countrr ntit,t9 Terms can be made on most nil I have the most complete list of farms that I know of. Write for my price list it's free. MONROE THOMPSON. Wayneaburg, Ky. f.irms. The eves of all France nre turre I t. ward Washington and Wilson. The 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 Pair of Good B. L. FAGALY AT STANFORD, KENTUCKY Ue Has a Nice Home For You. AUCTIONEERING I can get you Highest prices for your land, stock, cropi or household goods. Sales Cried Anywherf JOHN B. DINWIDDIE. MoraUnd. A. B. C. Dinwiddie Undertaker and Funeral Director Junction City, Kentucky answer of the President to the latest piece move is feverishly nwui'ed in the French enpitul. In the meantinv Paris is jubilant. The boulevards alhr irlifa which formerly rnng with tha SPRING AND SUMMER "We shall get them." now llnr of lampba la now nadjr far your la echo the exclamation, "We have got ( an now and If I rov ihow you inaction them." The press comment of Puns lould ho summed up in two words, H. C. "unconditional surrender." A Man's Cheerful Recommendation W. Danville Business School bany, II. Frear, (ill Myrtle Ave., Al- y N. Y., writes: "I thought A Practical Butineia Education Abtrouble might be the cause of my condition and weakness, so solutely Necrtiary To I took Foley Kidney Pills, and they Succeai. did the woik. I cncerfully recomDanville Business mend them." They relievo lame back, rheumatic pains, stiff joints, sore muscles. Sold everywhere. School G'ves This Twenty munition plant workers For Catalogue and Information Ad. were killed neur Cleveland when a fast train plowed through a crowd of dre them as they were nlighting from a D. B. HARRIS, Principal, others wore local train. Twenty-eigh- t Danville, Ky, injured. tu jour quart dfal Tou nionrr, rlthrr Io will civ brUrr, I will prumit you will crt Uih worth ol yuui th chniKil gradra or lti Mi ,n , ;nc nr" ""amnuf and 7ur folh,,, tl,n ,, orrr nn who ii nut a prarliral lh mat u,,",,,,,,,, tailor If jim 2 Good Work Horses, slo-gu- RUPLEY.." Work Mules, 2 Milk Cows, 23 Splendid Yearling Cattle, Two Sow and Pigs and many other things too numerous to mention. kid-ne- run-dow- n The Dinwiddie & Owens Moreland and Hustonviile. Ky. I MMMy - I Y t "'"W? 'WW , ' wj w-- 'WW1'- - ;.4i.n...M.i,. -- 1 3 Page Eight DOINGS TIIC COUNTRY OVER JrrMcnt Jonrph F. Smith, of the Mormon church, nni from his sick bed to denounn! polygamy. Ho lit no tni! aiuce lie hail been nt tlfc honri of tlif church hod plural ilc-tr- tl The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, October 11,1918 functioned. of tin influentii ipl- mimic Imi liron reached nt Camp J'achary Tnvlor, iicronling to odlcinl From now mi it is i nnouiiccinrnt SrciSctcrl tin' iliifjVHP will lie on tht .(clinp. Thirty four dentin oc urnxl tlicrc Saturday. Or. Ovvoiik lurin in a report like t iU: Sixteen lialiHn horn tn the month f Septemher, it heinjr n hnnner The doctor unyt he intends t place in the Imnii of each little Stamps to the ic War Savin? i Tiount of $1, Mt. Vernon Signal. mntrinRfs Iipuii t lip climux Court Day Specials $3 and $3.50 Court Day. n table and Hoys,' work and very hjw price of These shoe will be one day only, COUNTY We will s i W RV vs. . the price of Men' im4 Hoy' drsi shoes hnve ndvnnced. 'Wfcj still have a fw doicn loft t the oM nrlrn. with brim lirnndpd in HOIP.. U ioe c' Illnrk only, button or lace, Kntfllsh last, price for ono day .only. $3 and $3.50 (!ie this table n onco over, nd If; you are not convinced you can iwttf-Trol GO, then don't liuy. $1 00 to You know Mcn't nnd Bo7 Dr SImmJ hne in front of our store filled with Men's dress shoes at the S" and $11.5(1. sold at this price PHILLIPS OUTING AND HEAVY WORK SHOES lllack, tun, pearl, green anil choco- shoes compare faviirnbly with the othAt the price late. Kvery color that work shoes er fellow's $5 shoes are mude, full double sole, bellows one day only, S3 and S3. 50 soft leather unpers These toiiL'tie. COURT DAY, 1918. Oct. & PHILLIPS STANfORD. KY. J Don't Wait To Be Drafted Volunteer As Patriots For Government Work! Carpenters 60c Per Hour; Laborers 35c Per Hour Lodging Free c- The Government at Washington has called upon the citizens of KENTUCKY at once to furnish the men to build or lose from the State entirety the wonderful Camp Henry Knox, at Stithton, designed to be the greatest Artillery Training Camp in the United States. The credit and good name of the Commonwealth of KENTUCKY must be upheld. And the State MUST NOT lose tills great plant, calling for an investment on the part of the United States Government of from $15,000,000 to $20,000,000 Up to this time the work has lagged for want of men. It is now up to the men of Kentucky to volunteer, or be forced to do so later on. There is no middle course. Ten Thousand Workmen Must Come Forward CARPENTERS AND LABORERS Wages are high and are fixed by the Go, eminent. Carpenters (JO cents an hour. Laborers 35 cents an hour. Carpenters and laborers work ten hours each day, receiving pay for eleven hours. Saturday afternoon and Sunday work (not compulsory) double pay for carpenters; time and a half for laborers. Free sleeping quarters provided with new cots and blankets. Meals 30 cents each. Transportation free to laborers and charges are advanced to carpenters from any point in the State. SANITARY CONDITIONS ARE OF THE BEST Camp Knox was selected for a permanent site because it is located on the highest point of land on the Illinois Central between Louisville and New Orleans. Camp Knox lias one of the best health records' in the country. PATRIOTIC WOMEN OF KENTUCKY See to it that every man in the State, not engaged in other War Industries, volunteers his services nt high pay, to help get this great permanent Kentucky camp ready for the brave boys of this Commonwealth and other States, now billited in tents at Camp Taylor and West Point, so they will not have to suffer the privations of General Washington and the Continental Army at Valley Forge. If it is not your own son who must be housed at Gamp Knox lhisv winter, it is the boy of some other mother all of them training to protect our Liberty in the great fight for Freedom. Provided men do not volunteer for this well-pai- d and necessary patriotic work, it is the duty of every loyal Kentucky woman to report them to the nearest United States Employment Service, just as they would a Hun Spy or an Army Slacker. Show them their Duty! Make them Volunteer! Take their Places! able-bodie- d be admitted in the Union The fair name of the old Commonwealth the Fourteenth State to is at stake in the National Capital and before the Country at large. NOTICE EMPLOYERS IMPORTANT give up some of your men at once and If your work is advise them to go to Camp Knox. If the call for Volunteers is not heeded you may be required to shut down completely. We do not wish to do this bv compulsion. We must have ACTION. The. This is no time for work is Vital. It is Imperative. He a Volunteer and Go at Once! non-essenti- shilly-shallyin- g. MEN, MEN AND MORE MEN TO SAVE KENTUCKY! CAMP KNOX MUST BE READY DECEMBER 1 Before cold weather sets in, barracks at Camp Knox to shelter not less than 30,000 Army Boys, and stables for at least 15,000 animals must be completed. This is imperative. Kentucky can complete quarters for not less than 50,000 soldiers and 30,000 animals in that time, if all work d job, all right, oven for Kentuckians, but it together. It is a can be done, as Kentuckians never fail in what they undertake. Full-blood- ed man-size- This is an EMERGENCY necessitating drastic action if the call for volunteers is not heeded. When the order came from Washington telling what Kentucky had to do to save Camp Knox for the State. Federal Director Pratt Dale, of the United States Employment Service for Kentuckv. immediately held a War Council of alliliatod interests, composed of Major W. H. Radcliffe. Constructing Quartermaster at Stithton; John Grilliths & Son Company, builders of Camp Knox for the Government, and O. L. Taylor, District Organizer of Kentucky, United States Public Service Reserve; Edward W. Hines, State Chairman, State Council of Defense. Determined action was decided on. All Government agOncioH will be invoked to secure the necessary men. Let the word go out broadcast of Kentucky's need of men in Huh greatest of humanitarian war works housing of our soldiers. Let it go out at onco. Preach it from the Pulpit. Shout the need from the housetops. Organize the Workers at once and report them to your nearest United States Employment Survice or to your County Chairman, United States Public Service Reserve. IT CAN BE DONE WITH YOUR HELP Georgia furnished 5,000 men to save its picric acid plant raised them in two weeks. Kentucky can do ever better. Major Radcliire says: "Every nail you drive, every brick you lay, every bit of real work done, will add to the growing load around the kaiser's neck. The war won't wait!" Men and Women of Kentucky Do your duty for your Country and your Commonwealth and help us to Protect YOUIt Hoys. I Communicate at Once With Any of the Following SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT At Any of the Fallowing Places: Louisville, 525 W. Market St.; '.' . SERVICE OFFICES Lexington, 129 Market St.; Covington; Paducah; Bowling Green: Middlcsborough; Ashland; or to Your Own County Chairman of the U. S. Public Service Reserve. t 4; i r'" . . ' (Signed) PRATT DALE, Federal Director, U. S. Employment Service. FRANK L. McVEY, State Director, U. S. Public Service Reserve. E. W. HINES, Chairman Kentucky Council of ' Dcfcnb. 1 V, ) 1