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AUTOCRACY re-p- ly 15, 1918 Tuesdays and Fridays DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS SUREST Tlip most nrt,inntrnl rpnynn w. ...w ......v....,... ....u.. n( trie "r election of a republican congress Is made by the Kansas City Star, the TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY: quarters: The Fourth Liberty Loan is the. most essential of all. Don't let up. Give tuthat you can and then double it. This comes from head- agree to a cessation of arms while nets of inhumanity, spoilation and CONNECTIONS TO BE MADE AT JUNCTION CITY desolation am being continued which Some weeks ago Mr. Clarence E. thev justly look unon with horror Woods, former Richmond editor nnd nnd with burning heart. necessary, also, in order that mayor of the city, but now U. S. Ex"It is there mav be no possibility of mis- plosive Inspector of Florida, on nn understanding, that the President officinl visit to Chicago, wns cnught hnuld very solemnly call the atten- nt Junction City, where he wished to tion of the government of Germany make a connection nnd forced to to the language and plain intent of remain there many hours. He thereBonds. one of the terms of peace which the upon wrote to Director General and laid before him thr. Innr. uermnn government nns now nc. WOMAN'S CLUB standing hostility between the two cepted. It is contained in the ad Help thc Club dress of the President delivered at roads that caused them to punish the fort to put Woman'scounty in its efLincoln over the UBF.RTY LOAN HONOR ROLL E W. Conkley $100. C. It. Colcmnn ins $500, W. T. Cover $200, Goodwin Mount Vernon on the 4th of July traveling public by cutting out all top in the campaign. connections. Hollowing in n lint of those who $20,000. H. F. Lewis, $100, W. T. Itros. $1,000, Mrs. J. H. Willis $100, last. inou3ands or men, If you have Liberty Loanyour not "It must be clenrly understood thnt wno nave icit the torce or the nbuse, every member ofboughtclub is bonds. hnve bought Fourth Liberty Loan Tucker $1,000. James Hunt $250. T. Mrs. Mary G. Schneider $C00, Mrs. the ready evacuation and the would have joined with Mr. Woods the process your name does not rond. Ifyou J Hill. Sr. $1.006. T. W. Jones Myrtle Goodwin $50, U. G. Hatfield conditions of of nrmistice are mat- in nppealig for relief. A response nnd waiting to sell them to you. Not an have purchased bonds nnJ vour bit, but your best is what Uncle Oeo H Fnrris $500, JMmes T. $100, Mrs. II. G. Skiles $500. II. H. ters which must be left to the judg- from the director general of rail- Sam expects of you. Bonds to the t tho present issue, notify us ncd George II Farris $500. James T. roads, through his no will cheerfully Insert it with the Pleasant $500. A. K. Phillips $50, Collier $50. W. F. Kalian! $100. E. ment nnd advice of the military ad- II. Price, Esq., has actuary, Thomas amount of $27,000 have been sold by t. If is docs not appear because II I. Phillips $50, K. T. Pence. Sr., O. Gooch $100. J. H. Corum $100, visers of the United States and the which promises early been received, the Woman's club. Let's increase chancres of Allied Governments, the Presiyu have nut done your duty in nsk $250. Sam Fisher $50. J H. Woner Crnb Orchard Lodjre No. fi.lii, F. & dent feels it his duty nndsay thnt no tables so that the principal trainstime this amount. to at to the purchase of bonds, On account of thc influenza epi$50, A. L. Carter $200 Scott Ham-iltn- n A. M. $100. J. S. Duke $200, S. L. nrrnngement enn be accepted bv tho least will connect. If after all these jour-sel-f if you are n good citizen: $200. .1 II Poyntcr $100. J. M. Cummins $200. J. H Perkins $200. Government of the United States years, Mr. Woods shall succeed in his demic, thc Womnn's Club wns compelled to postDonc its Inst meeting, W. II. Shank $3,600. J. S. Hocker Bstndgc $50, J H. Wade $100, Joe J. T. Cherry $600. F G. Hurt $600, which does not provide absolutely efforts for the public comfort, not 54.U0O. ('. K. Tate $2,000, W. (I P Chancellor $100, T H.Hammonds It. L. Collier $500, J. A. Hnrmon satisfactory safeguards and guaran-- 1 only we of this section will owe grat-tee- s but work will be resumed as soon as $2,001). C.ooch $2,000. T. A. Hire II. M. $600. M M. Phillips $100. Dee Wil- who owe 1.000, Leslie Carter $500. e to him but every one who has possible. ThoseMiss Belle dues are reof the maintenance of the Urn. T. A. Kice $1,000. Krnnk Phil- Cowan $200, C. C. Tapp $50, Mrs. Fon $200, J. D. Willis $200. H. F. see Denny nnd of thc suffered thc miserable waits at Junc-armi- quested to to her. cnt militnry supremacy pay them lip $r.00, Mrs. Frank Phillips SfiOO, Sumo Adnms $100. K. II. Hnllard Vewland $500. J. J. Fletcher $100. of the United States and thc tion City, because of management Korentin Iteid $1,000, J. A. McDon- $600. Mm. K II. Ilallnrd $500. J. S. W G. Fletcher $100. Andy Led ford meanness. WILL KRUEGER DIES OF "FLU" ald $100, K. C Hocker $600, Jan Mohley $100 W. M. Mohlev $50. J. $500, J. T Ritrsbv $250. It. C. White Allies in the held. "At the very time that the Will well Williams $500. Lee Perkins $500. llnv XI r,n I C.wirc... (' C.v.in- - $100. Mrs. O. JL Skiles $50:I. M. Col. WILSON WANTS REAL FRIENDS county Krueger, lived known in this government approaches the where the first yeare Harvey Helm $1,000 Mr and Mrs. J lv.200. J. II. Mellnrguc $100, Mrs. J. Her $100. II. C. Skiles $600. Mrs. At no previous time has the im- of his lifo and he Government of the United States where he spent a vear Eulmnks $500. Mrs. Belle Perki ns Emma Holtzclaw $60. J. It. Hutch- - with proposals of peace, its subma- portance of every democrat laying it. Filter $3,590. Welch Rochester and his father, il.000. Joe S. Kice $1,000. S. T Mrs. T W Jones $200. Miss ins S2U0. r. H. Lovell $100. H. T. rines nru aside all past differences and stand- when he were building1 our Mr. Fritz in Krueger, handsome Harris $1,000. Ohm Withers, $500, lUn Miller $100. Mrs. IKan Hubble Lunsford $100. W H. Itnrtels $50, ger ships engaged and sinking passen- ing firmly behind the President in his court-housnot the ships at sea died nt his home ut Mt. Urs. II. G Skilcs $500. J M Cover x.Min. Mrs. II. J Mcltobcrt-- s $50. Mrs. John Dnil $100, Elms GrifTm $60, alone but the very boats in which great trials, been manifest as now. 11 Vernon Monday morning of influIi 5E00, II C, Bniighmnn $500. Mrs. r 'ra K. Iltind'ey $50, Mrs. Nannie Mrs. Hnriet Foley $50, Roscoe passengers and crews seek to He needs and hns appealed for the enza after a brief illness. He wns Rniighmnn $500. Mr. and Mrs. It. J I jiu retire $50, Miss Mnttie Mav $60. John Kennedv $50, Chris their their Single C.irter $2,000. Mis Annie llelle Car. Wyler $100. Mrs. Matilda Wyler make presentway to sefety; nnd in support of his real friends and we about 37 years old and besides hi3 li. Itlnckerbv $1,000, C A enforced withdrawal can not do less than respond bv re- - wife, who was Miss Cecil, a their ton $2 000, Walter W Saunders $100. t $2,000. Mr Georire !' Deborde $100. Frank Likens $100. Leonard turning all the democrats to Congress son survives him. Mr. Kmma liny $100, .Mrs. J. It $'"'. Mrs. Ellwbeth Kolen $50, Mrs. Martin $50, Robert Martin $50. J. from Flanders and i ranee the Ger- from Kentucky, who have proven Mis man armies arc pursuing a course of Krueger had gotten to be a successFoster $500. Mrs. C It. Cooper $200 ?o-II Yeairer $100. F. Lee Hill T. Martin $50, G. L. Pennv $500. wanton destruction which has nl-- . their loynltv to him nnd electing Gov. ful young lawyer and was one of l)r J W. Weber $100. Will Hock-- . $J".0. Mrs llan.v Helm $100, Jack Frank Harney $150. Fred J Conn wnvs been regarded as in direct vio- - Stanley, whose patriotic efforts are Rockcastle's best business men. His rflOO, J M lUnkin $1,000. W I' , t $50. Miss Sue limit $50, Mi;s $100. Hugo Schnutz $50, Jesse Howl-in- r Intion of the rules and practices of .known of all men, to succeed the death is the source general regret Robinson M rv Moore Ranee $r,0. W II Hay Hucha nun $1,000. Sam $100. J. A. Carter $300. J. W. niented Ollie James in the Senate in his home county of wherever he warfare. and S260. It. M. Newlnnil $.'100, Mis J II Hill MI0. Hurl V Siioon-n- Hocker $100. E It. Coleman $500, "It is as follows: 'The destruction Anv other course would be notice is known. Sophie Alcorn $200. J It Jones (). Martin $100, Lee Stone $100. W. K. Warner $100. of every arbitrary power anywhere to him and the country thnt we have $100. W $;,000 John S Itnughmun $1 000. S.i-eDunlmr ',050, K C h'mi: I W HnuKhmnn $200. Wm. II. that can separately secretly and of censed to realize the gravity of the THIRTEEN BOYS VOLUNTEERED $1,500. Hurry $501' Mrs. M. M Sweeney $50. Jus. I!niiihni:tii Mr. W I'. Buchanan $50. J. C. MeClary In answer to a call issued by the disturb the pca.'e situation and no longer care to help T. J Hill. Jr . $250. How Writ ht $500. Rowan Sauflev $100, $1,000 Lucy II llenzlev $100. Hen-so- n its single choice .larol.s $50. of the world: or. if it can not be pres lighten the load that the greatest Government for 13 white hoys Dehorde T. P Huhbell $100. W. S Embry Newland $100. Ceo. nnl Dve $1,000. C. W. Lovell $100. cntlv destroyed, at least its reduc man in nil the world i carrying. Do have an eighth grade educationwho to II II. 250. T D. NewlHinl $:t00 $100. I. C. Hailev $r,00. E. R. Cole, Mrs It. It. Woods $100. J. C. not let us give aid nnd comfort to the take courses in tion to inipotency.' Woods S600, .1 It Cnmenisch $200, mm. 500, II. C nderson SI. 000, S500. It C. Hocker $500. Mrs. "The power which has hitherto kaiser and his sympathizers but bv motor repairing nnd radio service, the W IV Loknm $100. l)r J F. Mrs '" C Walton 500. Smith Rn-kMiv It C Hocker $100. J. Fox Dudder-n- r controlled the German nation is of stamping under the rooster send the following young men volunteered '".O, LindsMv Rankin $500. W. l'eton $500. .1. C Kubnnks $1 000, $1,000. W It. Hill $1,000. Paul the sort here described. It is with real friends of the President to sup '" vices nnd left on the 10:3(1 Mrs i: A. Ilium $100. Mrs. W. A. H H -- :ins .100. lam- - llros $500 Finch SHOO. Win Moer and wife in tho choice of the Cerninn nation port mm. train this morning for Cincinnati, HaUlier $100 Mr. and Mrs P L. Mish M irimret Tipt-M$50. Miss Min20t. .Ino I mn $50. J. I) Wenren to alter it. The President's words vhere they will be placed in training: Wruce $200. Mrs. II. 11. Ohms $50. nie Ruplev $50. M.-- s Mayme I00. Sue Woner $60, Lucile nnd Ed just quoted naturally DATES FIXED FOR HEFLIN constitute n John Rowlin?. Earl V. Spoonnmore, M I,. Cancer $100. It. L. Fhr-hIj!50. J. E llru. $:..")0. C Mob-le- Carter $50. Snllie Nine spenkincr appointments have Iliiughnian Phillips, Leonard Smith, and Margaret condition precedent to peace, if $100, W. It. McKtiuiey $500. Mrs C. $5ini. Mrs W K Hilton $50. Hocker $60. J. T Itlanks $50. Min- peace is to come by the action of the been arranged in Kentucky for Rrwlnnd D. Singleton. Robt. HoltzV. Rose $100. K. T. Uhv $50. K C. $600. J. F Duddenir $500, nie It. Weulley S000 Dora Wenlley German people themselves. Tom Heflin. of Alnbamn, claw. Robt C. Berry. Marion N. Ber Walton $500. Minn Eva Rankin $250. P L. It.ck $100, M Dye $100. $150. J no. F. EiiKlemnn S200. C. . "The President feels bound to say who is one of the most popular enm- - ry, Jesse Martin, Virgil Durham, Mrs .1 M. Uiinkm $260, Mrs W. 11. J. O. oodsini $2."'. Ceorire P. Hns Foster $100. E. L. Codberry thnt the whole process of pence nnifmers thnt ever spoke in this Stnte, f'loyd Lay, Louie Floyd, Hcnrv Sh.ifiks $50. Mrs J II I'hMoii $t A. C. Moore $100. J. $60. P M. McltoberU $100. W. A. will, in his judgment depend upon He will come here from North Caro Hintt. llrinht I00. JOO. Mm Annie Dunn $200. Mrs W. A lle $1 imiO. .loenh It. Walter Ilrent $100. F. P. Spoonnmoro $500. lina and his frst speech will be nt S. Kmnry $100, Mrs P. M. MeRoli $50. W.illnce Walter M 000. Mm. M. J. E. Hruce $1,000, II. K. Spanker the definiteiiess and the satisfactory Richmond in the nfternoon of Oct. M'KEE rFfFE SELLSFARM charactei of the guarantees which ert $100, Mi's Jennie NewUnd $KHI, C I'nderwood $100. I N' Carter Sf)0. Mrs. ti. V. SiHiliKler $50, J. C. enn be gion in this fundamental 25. and also men1 'nix at Levington J. L. McKee Rifle, of the West Mtv W. C Condi $500. MtW Alie rnil V J.h.i C T- l.ic jr.O, Mrs. Wilson $500. Luther Collett $100. mstter It is indispensable that the that night His ether appointments End, has sold to John Stepp. of Casey and ltHu Aleurn $760. K. 8. Alcorn llertie Mu-lle- r county, his farm on the Hustonville $1,00(1. Mil. Alice William Davis $60, W C. Husking government associated ngainst Gerre- H1oot.''"1,I ift moon, and . us Mr and Mrs. William Sowr-i- i ' 5260. f. t Miss Helle $100. llonev Adwms S100. C. H. Col- - many should know beyond a perad- 100. Oct. "ft- - Greenville, and Liberty pike, some three miles .., nee $550. Miss Jennie Warren $5'. Denny $! t, M'-- s Kate Varan $50, J. '(! Mrs Itoxie WiNon $100. night south of Hustonville. nt $130 per they are dealing. afternoon, nivl Kussellvillo. Mm Charlotte Warren $50. Miss Fi- M Vpslt" nni). ,1. M lUuiflimsn M S Hlanton $100. J. L M.Hopkins venture with whom will ninke a sepa- -' fvt Ow.;nbon. afternoon, and acre. The place contains 1 10 ncres "The President r,nno .':i.p II nt $; ,ii. Mike Rog- S60. Jemes y led lUllmi $800. Mrs. James Coch $50. IVuev Kimr rate reply to the Royal and Imperial Henderson, night. Oct. 20. After thc and the land, while rolling, is fertile &), Mrs. Omer Foster $60. Mrs ers $100. Congress, nnd fine. Mr. Itiffe will very likelv 50. Miss SHleim Rnyse $50.' E. L. government or Austria-Hungar"iriiii Hub!.! 'I, OHO, Mr. Henderson annointment, Sam Robinson $50. WmnHii's Cul of M.'irie R. ' nltv $500. H. Dunn Kinjr $50. Andrew Kiiik $160, N. T. "Accept, sir. the renewed assur man Hcllin will go to Missouri, to take locate in Cincinnati and engage in Stanford $50. Mrs. William Tnl.hle $200. W ". Weertm $1 i)00 Miss C'ltm m $50. McClellan Thompson nnce of niv high consideration. part in the campaign in that Stnte. the mercantile business. He and his $50, Miss Puttie Alcorn $50, Mrs. Lettie Heln $600. J. F I V Holnmn WW nnd from which he will come lmc-t- o excellent wife will be greatly missed Kintr S0. A .1 llHiley "ROBERT LANSING." Adams $100, II. N. Jones $100. Fel Mn. lill.i'n IHiRhert Kentucky and make the final by their friends in this county. '50. T. P. $100, A. V. KiliK $100. C. H. Rob- SMlem ft Salem $250. C Hriifht White $200 ? Morrison I'.iifjht $250. speech of tho campaign at New CasMoo M ' IJnhltins S100, J. It. RED CROSS NOTES Iliihnn Camph M W M. Ilii-'- t MRS. JOHN NEWLAND DEAD II Masters $200. P. ll.(UM) F. Rout Green $100. W C 1. Savior $1,000, Please send to the Red Cross tle in the afternoon of Nov. $50. Mrs. John Newland. wife of Con-- 1 Fmrk $100. Mr- - ' B. CwpIv sr.H0. August Itulder 000. Mrs. II It Ilownrd $100, C. I). Iloone ductor Newland, of Lebanon Juncv Sloo. Mr. Mnttie B. tM10 .1 H Hustle S50. Claience CnU rooms nil garments that have been K II-- . (monamorc $500. (). I. lliiffinsn $50. DR. WEBER. FOOT DOCTOR Iwitye Iteed $50. Clarence Mnor.-$50- . SI. rvm $IO Wi " firY ., $2 000. lier r0. nd-eHailev $100. .1. M. finished by Sathurday next, 10th.an-doctor, tion, died of fever Thursday evenDr J. W. Weber, the Please take notice thnt the An-MiKoIktU $100. II F S J Enib ' who hns treated hundredsfoot people ing She was Miss Olive Rnines. of too1 D M ttdrnn. Hrown $50. () Rajmond Skiles $100. of ' v..,d $101) IVler 'nin $100. K. T Pence. Jr. $200. M p J. K 0 Shackelford $60. John S. Kinir mini meeting of the Lincoln count in Lincoln and Carrad counties with near this place before her marriage W A Tnblile $250. Harry Hill $100 R$50. K. v illy Will $50 C o It Harris $60, T Y. Shaw cb mt r of the American National Red ireat success olTers his services to to Mr. Newland in 1J112. She wns a .1 Newell Fox $100. Dr I. J. enrvn Stone $300 ' D 00 Mrs. 250. M.ick Hyrd $200. W M Davis Croso will be held on October 23rd, the public. If vou suffer with your sister to Mrs. Howen Good, of thr Dr .1 W Iirynnt $100. T W M C Floyd $vi. Mrs. W II Wearen r.O J 11 Povnter $50. E L Wilson at '! o'clock of suid day in the circuit feet you hnd better see him nt once. place and a might good woman. Her court room for the election of an Consultation nnd advice free. Of- remains were brought here and in$50 $50. Mm. Humble $50, Frieda llohmson "unlev $50. Mrs. Mar- $500. J. S. Davis $60. II. Shprintz Flotvnio lEohinson $50, Marshall tha llimnltoi 100. Mrs. Will Sone $100, W D. Nowlnnd $50. J. G. Car- executive committee, consideration at fice at Hunn House Stanford. Ho terred in lluffalo Cemetery Sunday. $100. $BI), Mrs K Ncwlund $100. J. W. Aeev vid "50.11 P Class-co- x penter. Jr . $60, C M Iloone $50. Bd and aition upon reports, and transac- will be at the Weatherford Hotel, HORSE AND MULE SALE 'li.i8. Carter $50. Dr. K J Itrown C. A Ilrown $10(1 Curtis Dyehouse $200. C. L. Stephenson $60. tion of such other business as may Hustonville. each Tuesday and Fri$60, Waynesburg $100. Dr. I). 11. Southard $50. A. C U .1 on $!io r llul.t.-- i I 100, i l lliiyes SIOO. V' Julia Itrown properly eopie before the chapter day, tf T. TheEllis, president, Farmers' P. Club, Each member Day. Cotrov $100. (J. W. Snears $200. W .1 It. Tavlor MOO. W. E. nnd II. J. $100. W.J Hroun $100. M M Perk-in- s estly urged to of the chapter is earnpresent. Esther W. be secretary, will have a irreat public It. Hill $1,000, John K. Dye $1,000. $50. Ceo. Wb. $.M Mrs Nannie $50. Mrs M. M Perkins $50. S. Ilurcli, secretary. CARTER LOSES It. I.. Hubble, $2,000. A. C. CoHey Wilson $50. .1 It Adams $r I! . T. Cummins $100. 1) J. RIksIiv $50, Cant. W. W. Carter, who mnkes sale of horses, mules, weanlings nnd yearlings at waynesburg next Satur$400, Richard Hester $500. 11. I). Smith S50. .1 II Ha ness r0 Hph. Mrs. Lucretia Hopkins $50. 1. L. frequent I tins 011 the locnl train ply- - day, GREAT NEED OF NURSES Oct. 19th. This will be an exDuvm $200. Ilenrv Jnmes $100, II. Hrummett .50 m s Hroun $50, Sanders $100. R. C Coler$60. J W. mg between Stanford and Richmond, 1 .11 Owing to the rapid spread of the has been called on to give up his son cellent opportunity for buyers to sup-pl- y R. Yountr $50, J. S. Turpin $50. Fred Dublin $50. G P. Hemlrick-so- n Savior $50. Mrs J II. Thompson themselves at reasonablo prices. DiuiRherty $50, J. D. Willis $50, Gene RoKers $50, J burn W. $100. Miss Ia Thompson $100. J II. picucnt epidemic of intluenzn the Frank Wright, of Louisil'o. $100, U. N. Swan $50, Sam ltnbinsoii StriiiKcr $50. C. C. Ilrown $50. J. ThompMin $:i()0, W D. Jones $100, seutty of this country demand that The clever young man died in that write air. uay lor particulars. 100, National Hank of HiiKtonville M Reynolds $50. David Street $100, Codfiey Tsihaux $60, L. V. Manning all patriotic nurses, nurses' aids or city of influenza Sunday. SINCERE CRATITUDE $10,000, Peoples Hank of Huston-vid- e J W French $50, Moiyan Slusber $50. W. C. Pettus $100. It. M Moss nn. one with experience in nursing, Mi's. William Bell, Logansport, Ind , $10,000. W. I). Snow $50, Willie $.0. J II. LiMiiKstou $50, J 11 New-lau- d $100. Mrs. W. T Gowr $60. Mrs. .1. piece themselves at once at the (Us A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN writes: "I deem it my duty to exlime $50, Eunice Pepples $50. Mr $50, J. C. Liviiurstou $60, Mrs. D. Willis $50. Mrs. Allies Herriu posal of the Government. Do you know that a beautiful Cradunte niirocs, under;radiiu'C woman alivavs has a good digestion press my gratitude for tho good John Popples $50. Mrs. W K. Hilton M J Do.iii $50, A D Adams $50. $1,000. Mi-h- W. It. Gaines $60, Mrs. nurses,' aids and volunteers are tT.ed If your digestion Is faulty, eat light- Chamberlain's Colic nnd Diarrhoea $50. Mrs. IIukIi Held $1,000, Mrs. J It D. IlolUeluw $100, T L. Tucker Mary Iticheit $60. Mrs. Ida C. FarmN Saunders $50. It. K. Cuines $2'j. $100, T 11. Montgomery $100. Oscar er $100. .1 II. Harnett $100. D K to give their names, iidilresse, lunli-I'- ly of meats, and take an oceasionsl Remedy did when I hnd a severe atat ions and earliest possible date cf dose of Chamberlain's Tablets to tack of diarrhoea threo years ago. Joe Tarkinjtton $50, W. K. Warner llolt.clnw $100. J. E. SukuU $200, Funis $60, Eph Mnsoi $60, W M. $50, it. J. McAlister $1,000, 11 W F 11. Scott $200. Josh Wilson $200, Uiwson $50, John Helton $60. C. 11. avsiUbihty to their local Red Cron strengthen your digestion Price 25c. It was tho only medicine that relieved me." Civens $500. W. H. Underwood $1,-o- Win Tuchnnz $250. Daniel Spitxer Todd $100, T. J. .Stiinill $100. Ed W. II. Hester $500, W. P. Civ-e- $60, E. F. HlesB $100, Oscar Hless Hoskins $100, Sam Johut.oii $50, W. MONDAY ' HELM AT DANVILLE NOTICE LAST CALL $250, I). W. Lynn $200, J. 'I. $50, A. Kielbasa $50, Anton Miller C Hoskins $60, C O. Hankinu' Co. COLORED SOLDIER DIES OI- ILU Congressman Harvey Helm is billed I or one of my deputies will be abh Uuuawny $100, Oscar Jones $000, $100, J. W Collier $100, Mm, E. C. $1,500. Mrs. D G llatliuld $50, J. Jceal llluin, 11 colored soldier who to speak at Danville next Monday Waynesburjjj ' Klnirs Mountain uud Jiw. Powell & Depp $1,000, J. N Holmes $60, William Jackson $50, W. Held $50. Gipsiin Carson $50. W. from this county to Camp Zach- - ernoon. court day. A crowd from Saturday, Oct. 10th, to take lists. J.ffutf fash $500, Joe Murphy $800. Andor-n- n J A. Holmes $200, Fred Goetz $50, II. Iloone $200, W. S. Cash $200, J. ary Taylor with the last increment of here will attend. N. Cash, tax assessor. Nunnelley $200, Crovcr McKedi-ni- Cluis. Trub $50, Herman Dmtclli $50, W McGuiru $100, S. L. Stephenson his race, died there Monday of influ$100, John F. EiiKlemnn $200. Fred Ileyer $50, J. W. Dishon $100, $100, L. P. Nunnelley $300, Win. enza and his body was sent homo for Mifs Edith Keightley nnd Mr. J. THE 5Glh ANNIVERSARY James C. Denny $1,000, J. H. Puxton It. A. Robinson $50, I). A. Singleton Lnndirrnf $50, Leo Eyer $100, Aug- burial. lie was the son of Josie G. Million went to Danville Tutisday According to Mr. James E. Bruce. S 1,000. W. II. O'llnnnon $60P J. D. $2,000, J. T. Stephenson $50, Crab ust Abt $100. F. II. Schunmn $50. Plain, the good old colored woman nnd were united in mnrriuge by Monday wns the 50th itnniversary"of Willla $100, J. M. Grubbu $50, Wm. Orchard l.odtru No, 108, I O. O. F. J. F. Cover $500. Mibs Murtha E. who has cooked for Mrs. G. II Coop- Father Osmond of the Catholic Huell's driving Bragg's army from Mrs. Muttte. Gooch $r , $100, Lyno Hros. $100, W. E, Peik. Sacray $500. Dunn $50, er and family for many ycurs. he State, church. Danville Me6eni;er 1 Lib-trtMc-Adan-pt$1.-00- 0, re-pe- ct prcs-itudcs I e, Col-veld n If-- Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 13, 1918. ' J. S. Hocker, Stanford, Ky. Unbelievable as it is, we have been asked today from many quarters in the district whether the loan campaign should continue in view of the development of Germany's acceptance of peace. This astounding condition brings us face to face with the evil purpose of our enemies to dupe our people and destroy the loan's success. If the Fourth Liberty Loan falls short, Germany will have won her greatest victory of the war. The hour has struck in which all real patriots in every community must rise in their might and hurl in the kaiser's face this answer: "Give everything we have if need be for victory." Liberty Loan committees bear the great responsibility of the hour and must provide the great leadership of the hour. In the name of all that is sacred to Liberty let us give the hun an answer that will bring him to his knees. That Answer is convincing, oversubscriptions to the Fourth Loan. Let's go and get it. D. C. WILLIS, Chairman. Lincoln county citizens must secure about $ 00,000 more subscriptions by Saturday night in order to reach her quota. Every one is urged to work until that amount or more is secured and the work must bd finished by Saturday night. Respectfully, 1. S. HOCKER, Chairman, W. H. SHANKS, Assistant Chairman. so-call- ed MUST CO. A IJOND IN EVERY HOME" SAYS WILSON At n meeting- hnhl fit IVi.. .1,14. ...... ... ,x ."( Tho text of President Wilson' hoiisr erwny night It to Germany's nccoptanco of the thnt every business man was decided in the county pence propositions laid down by him ui-iiKeu in rinin ins rinlisn trtmnr. is as follows: row, Wednesday, nnd give his time "The unqualified acceptance by to the sale the present German Kovernmcnt and that day Automobile of Liberty Loan by n larcc majority of tho Itcichs-tn(- laid oft nnd early routes hnvc been tomorrow morning of the terms laid down by tho nutos with President of the United States of sellers filled leave enthusiastic bond will Stanford. Crnb America in his address to the ConHustonville. McKinncy. gress of tho United States on the Wnyncsburg, Kings Mountain nnd 8th of January, 1018, nnd in his tho other towns of this good county. addresses, justifies the Lincoln President in mnkittK n frank and di- of bonds countyin must sell her quota and rect statement of his decision with do so, it hns been order thnt she mav decreed regard to the communications of the nesday be designated ns thnt Wedbond dnv German government of the 8th nnd and thnt n strenuous effort be made 12th of October, 1018." to have a bond in every home beforo He feels confident that he can the close Considerably safely nssumc that this will nlso be more than of the day.worth $100,000 of bonds tho judgment and decision of the hnve yet to be disposed of beforo the Allied Government. Cities find vil- goal is reached nnd mnny who have lages, if not destroyed, are being bought will hnvc to buy more in 01- stripped of nil they contain not only, be ? ri thnt thc ton mav dui ouen or tneir very inhabitants. MuKc arrangements to he atKnincJ. home "The President feels that it is also Wednesday and when the bond boosthis duty to add thnt neither the Gov- ers Come to see vnu. nnl nnlu lum ernment of the United States, nor, bond but try nnd help them in the ho is quite sure, the Governments .snle of nnothcr. The money is need- with which the United States is as- eii in me prosecution or the wnr and sociated a a belligerent will consent the government is offering a s d to consider nn armistice no long ns investment in order to get it. tho armed forces of Germnny con- If bonds are not sold taxes will be tinue the illegal nnd inhuman prac- levied. It is evidence both of patriottices which they still persist in. ism and good judgment to own n '"The nations associated against bond. Buy one, however small the Germnny can not be expected to denomination. vC , "nls. d, Vn-di- paper mat pay i;oi. Kooscveit a large sum for his mouthing against President WiUon's conduct of the wnr. It sny thnt such result would be best for the country becnuse a republican congress, would support thc President "enthusiastically" nnd criticise him "mercilessly." Wc have not n doubt thnt n republican congress would do tho latter, but there arc grave doubts that it would do the former. Thc President can rely on the enthusiastic support of his real friends. Therefore, it is thc part of wisdom to return a democratic majority to Congress nnd Kentucky should lead the vnn by electing Stan-Ic- y senator and each of the nominees for Congress. Thc latter have never wavered in support of thc administration nnd can be depended upon to keep up the good work. They should be reelected by increased majorities as a token of approbation for their course. Let every patriot stamp under thc rooster. WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL 2 P.M. Every business house In Stanford, except the drug stores, will be closed until 2 o'clock tomorrow, Wednesday, afternoon and the drug stores are asked to sell nothing but medicine. Thi3 is done in order that the business men mav spend a good portion of thc day selling Liberty Loan Bonds. As stated elsewhere many nutos will leave Stanford and the other towns in the county between 7 nnd 8 o'clock and visit every horns that each may have one or more bonds. In fine, nothing will be left undone to put "A Bond in Every Home." a good slogan suggested by Hon. P. M. McRoberts, ehnirman of tho roeal;-er- s' bureau, in the sale of Fourth" y rm m u f )v i l', " Eu-ban- s, i n v y Wil-Iw- Con-(reinn- n ll-- ek V - Sbel-bvMll- e. - ni-li- 1 Rii-b- 1 1 w Ko-le- J-- 0 I r v. , - 1 1 1 SON-IN-LA- . u 0. - aft-we- nt 83-2- c W-- g ft rl KJ V The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 1918 r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t tkf font MONEY? If you want money to increase your Wheat E. C. tnttni W.llon and J. H. Wrljht fin ml Kfntttt, Xy, mmrtmm run BMW Mnf, M READ THIS In almost cvcrv iinperh ilolivrrnl ly Dr. llruncr, republican candidate, for tho Sennte. ho asaert tbnt th democrat nrc makinj: n pollticnl war oui 01 me present Rreat KtrupRle, by .claiming thnt it is necessary to elect MR. REPUBLICAN FALLAndWINTERSHOES Bsa 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- " rif h The criticisms of Senator Lodge, of Massachusetts, of the President's masterly reply to the German chancellor, referring to it as "a series of questions, which may open up another Betlong correspondence with Germnnv." shnv the danger of republican op position in the hennte anil emphasises anew the great importance of sending a man from Kentucky, who a rial suppn-tof the President and n who will not give aid nnd connor the enemy and his friends in -Lodge saw a rham e Mr or thought he did. to make capif i! for his party and help his own ambi 'JWMii J HH I .WJlKgUI tion to be the net republican nom-- i inee for preident and did not he tato to make criticiMiis of the Pro PRESIDENT NEEDS STANLEY CARD OF THANKS The greatest man in all the world, iili'nt that might tend to destroy S tin I am deeply grattcful to all wh confidence of the world in him were kind and considerate of me anil who is carrying the weightiest hur-I'e- eral democrats replied in a ' ' ever placed on mortal shoulders, should have mait the leade-- '.iuf !i ly husband in his List days, and to in urging the election of Gov. minority them I extend my sincerest thank "ays I in the Senate ah-iTo the First National Hank and all Stanley to the V. S. Senate, that it is himself, if he is not entirel ' who sent llornl tributes I de of the utmost importance that the propriety. of those Suppose tliit th, S sire to especially thank. I hope some administration snail nave the un Hte h id n n n'ontv of u. h m r day to be able to partly repay them flagging assistance of its real friends Lodge, what could the Pr'dc for their goodness to me and mine at mis lime, democrats and other complish with that overUsti'ig h supporters of the President will heed ling and imueeriiig; KentuiR- - r Mrs. M. D. Elmore. this appeal by sending the Governor r,. tinmay to Washington by a majority that will resentative the nextdetermine .ind i BRONCHIAL TROUBLE onty of Senate Mrs. A. K. Sidenberder. Itockfioid, leave no tlouiit about how Kentucky rl! :m i"t n t that we end .1 nn Ind., states: "For an attack of bron- stands in the determination to win who will follow the advice of Se"a r chial trouble which usually assails the war at any cost and any sacri- .'mp-i'in his last speech: "Do i"t Keep silence ir.e in the spring I find Chamberlain's fice. Any other course would be annoy the President. suicidal and hailed with delight by Hold Cough Remedy the only thing that jour tongues." Gov. Stailr , using it for all German sympathizers. gives me relief. After his said that he will support the I'rc a few days all signs of bronchial idem in all things that he thinks W. S. EMBRY CHAIRMAN trouble disappear." necessary to win the wnr. Let u W. S. Embry has been appointed soi' him to Washington by a maj t-Jimmy wanted his tooth after it county chairman of public eating ity that will leave no doubt of rir had been pulled, so the dentist njaces in Lincoln county. It will be abgolut" confidence in the greatest t wrapped it up in paper and gave it his duty to see that such places rigid-t- of men, who is carrying the ly observe the rules of the Food Ad- f Lurdens. him. "But what are you going to do with ministration for the conservation of BEGINNING OF THE END (food Those who know Mr. Embry it, Jimmy?" he asked. The representative of the kaiser has 'I'm going to take it home, cram know lie will patriotically perform apparently accepter the terms laid it full of sugar and watch it ache." tho ilutv without fear or favor. down by tho President looking to an armistice, but little dependence must be placed nn n nation tlint has proved so treacherous and which regards A r treaties as mere scraps of paper It is evident that the Germans are now trying to win by diplomacy, what they have lost in battle, but God reigns and the government at Wah ington Ntill lives in the person of a man, whom He seems to have raised for this world crisis. He is patient and long suffering and slow to anger mid being a man of the mot r mnrkable poise the country can assured that he will pilot the of state oer all the billows and 'i ' chor it safelv in the port of virton SALTONE spectfully invite the attention of every voter, nnd especially the re nublicans to the following excernt rrom n speech delivered by the late President Itenjamin Hnrrison. during the Spanish-Americawar. Said he: "If the word goes forth that the people of the United States are standing solidly behind the President, the task of the pence commissioners will be easy; but if there is n break in the ranks, if the democrats score n telling victory, if democratic senators, congressmen nnd governors are elected Spain will see in it a gleam of hope, she will take fresh hope, and a renewal of hostilities, more wnr mav be necessary to secure us what we have already won." Let every man remember 'that the President of the United States during war, was a rethe Spanish-America- n publican, and his backers went f J'th to the people then, telling that it w;is necessary to have republicans elerte.l in order that the Spanish war might be brought to a successful close. We hope that any man who has been led astray by tho claim thnt Dr. Primer will lie ns useful in the Senate as Gov. Stanley, will carefully read the above extract from th speech of one of our great presidents. REPUBLICAN CONTROL n who can lie depended upon to stand by the President in his war policies. r. onmer mnKes an cirort to re ftltc thec demoemtic r In Inn liv nv, ing that he is just as willing to aid the President ns Row Stanley, nnd nfTects to helievc that It is an insult to his nntriotism, to urge the election of Gov. Stanley over him, on the grounds thnt the governor will do more for the President's war policies man ne. In answer to Dr. limner, we ro c.emocrnt, as they are the only one ir To our customer: We have received now another large shipment of "Fall" and "Winter" Shoes. Hnth for Dress wear and work shoes. The Menzies work shoe is a world boater, having been sold by this firm years, without losing one customer. We also have several other good for twenty-si- x makes, such as Weyonberg, Huster Hrown, Witch Klk, and in fact, all the standard brands. 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 buy. 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. DANGEROUS New Saltone Received. Nothing ter for Your Hogs. Try It Our lino of Trunks and Loatlivr jjood art" aihnni'o in price Call and ot what you want. 1 tt 1 th.m icr heforo. A smull er McROBERTS, BAILEY & RUPLEY ' W. H. HIGGINS, . Stanford, Ky. "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" STANFORD, KY. , I n Rl SS - 1 - ILincoin want. County Laecl Auction 1 i o hci---is- I Oct. 23rd AT 10 A. M. Subdivided into sieral traits. A Ira t of 100 am"- one of GO ai rvs-o- w of 50 acres one of 40 acres one of 15 acres. I always soil to suit tho bidders. N) will sell separately or any two or more tracts together to make the size farm on -- I j r-- LOCATION: h Fronts on McCorma.dc Church I'ike, mile from Danville & Huston-vill- e I'ike,, (i miles from Danville, U'. miles from Moreland, ' mile from Q. & C. R. R., 2 niilos from L. & N. R. R. In good neighborhood, clone to schools and churches. Country school at corner of farm. Graded and High School three miles. one-eight- fcjTJj k 1 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 workmanship 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. All-wool If you buy any clothes this fall be sure ROBINSONS, iin.....t y STANFORD IM If i' t jump ill lilt i'fiiiriuniun imti, me ,u ij.! ,. bllVlt ,IILlkt ,1 in jtirnr if rrtlnv fiti. uf tnti, iinnrif. . .,1,.' ,n ,, MJ towards winning it, the beginning if the end seems in sight. Let us tlir,r fore praise and return thanks to G' d mid.sulwcrihe again to Liberty hord-.which will be the more valuable the early ending of the war. . An aftermath of the scandalous ex pendituro of money to secure the re , publican nomination for senator from Michigan comet! in an inquiry by 11 Federal grand jury in the matter Two prominent bun in on men of Do troit and the treasurer aid publicity) director of the campaign were net ' judged guilty of contempt 111 rcfuj . nig to answer questions and were only saved from prmon oentenccs by un appeal to habeas coinus procce ings. Lt. Commander Ncwbivry of the U. S. Navy, beat Henry 1'ord for the rejubluau nomination, which must have been regarded as despcrn'c) matter when so much money was used to defeat him. In that fet:it- - ul man can run in the pcimury on twi tickets and Mr. Ford was unopposed ' on the democratic ticket. He says he did not spend a cent in either race) and will not to secure the election. It is hoped that if Newberry should win the victory will do him no good as such fraud as U charged, if prove), would vitiate the election. Miss Clara Bond, a pupil at the Kentucky College for Women, died thcro Sunday. Her home was in Klizabethtown. Emile lilunchi, of East licrnstadt, was killed in action in France, I -, I , J I ...... uun uutiii'. ll'Uit.. iii'i'iiii- - auvui'1 it line ,....!,. !... I.I ...,'' ' l DESCRIPTION: Level and Kontly rolling, fertile, 80 acres of rich bottom land, no wattle land, everlasting water, fencing good, good orchard, also orchard at each tenant house. J2 acres sown to wheat, 70 acres to go in corn. (iO acres of meadow, 15 acres of outs, balance in grass. The farm has boon well taken care of, has been in the Monro famllv for over fifty years. Kocuntly came into the hands of present owners by iuhurftxnco and purchase in settlement of ostate of I). U. M- ore. and is now on the market to joII and will be sold. Don't overlook thus farm you niny miss a bargain. - IMPROVEMENTS dwelling, hall and two porches, two stock barns, Almost now one a large new barn, .one of the best in County, two tenant house, all neewasnry two-stor- y 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, Hrumlield, Ky H. C. Fubnnks, I'err ville, Ky., or -- Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man Lancaster, Kentucky W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. LANCASTER, KY. .'J't . v . . ' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 1918 ES? mmil iiiiiililllllllllll HMray fir Imim enza. Having decided to go to Florida Jim Yowell Is suffering from Span- to live, I will sell nt public auction Mr. Mannlc Dilllon, wife nnd baby, flHBlllllllHK of Denver, Col., nre with his parcrtd ish Influenza. nt my home In Middlchurg, beginMy XmI Way W Get Kid of Coma. for n short stay, Mrs. Sam Owens wns In Stanford ning at 10 A. M Which do joa prefer a mm that Mrs. Nancy A, McClurc has re- Tuesday on business. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16th pnlli or corn that Mr. nnd Mrs. Snm Lusk were in r blfiifdnpti? Onlr '(IrK-H- " Ilutrherr turned from n pleasant visit with rel can rt Tho following personalty: Danville Monday on business. rlI of your corn Ihn twel'on" war,pull. atives in Illinois. the GO Good Stock Ewes, klefttd war. You dont need Mr. J. H. Woods, of Stanford, was Mr. Will Dunn wns honorably dls 2 Nice Milk Cows, Froth, I charged from Camp Taylor and is nure lor a snori. iimc i nursiiny. Mare MUlei, hy To tho neonle of Htistnnvllln -- Dr. fair with Mr. C. A. Redd. Mr. Sidney Duke bought the home J. W. Weber, the foot doctor, will be and n!c ones, Cattle, weietit 1.050 20 Yrarlinv of Fred McClure near the depot, nnd in Hustonville every Tuesday and Friday nt the Wcnthcrford Hotel. Dr. pound), is improving it some. Cattle, Five Tom Hays Ilronaugh is quite stck Weber has treated hundreds of peoLIBERTY LOAN BONDS 25 Moss, nt h s home here. Col. It. II. Ilro- ple in Garrnrd nnd Lincoln counties One Ford Touring Car, antl has hnd wonderful success. Ho naugh continues to improve. , , i uo a loi or ti iiouieiiniu ancii Dr. Welby Ilurgin nnd family came has treated a number of people fiom Hustonville nnd cured them all and Kitchen Furniture, including Sewing ONCE from Cnmpbcllsvnle Tuesday to visit CALL can prove it with every one. So if oiacninr, uraiing jioyc, eic. relatives hero for n few dnys. terms made known on nay ot isie. Mus Sadie Cat tin. one of the sweet. you have any trouble with your feel GRANVILLE LUTES. est rirls who visits our citv, vas the consult him. Consultation nnd ml. m:j.ii-t..- .FIRST NATIONAL BANK OR SOME ir.. .Min.l it M.. 1?n.y......... I .jrMii-- - 1. vice. free. Office nt the Wcnthcrford lllTi, Ktivrti. til. t'lia. i.ii iiitiui, ut,:iHotel. H Col. John B. Dinwiddle Auctioneer. week. Mr. Ilrngg Thompson, who came TRAYLOR BUYS HOME over from Cincinnati to see his famBANK AND SECURE YOURS. ily, returned to his work there SatDan Traylor, who tho other day PUBLIC SALE urday. sold his good farm on Logan's Creek Mrs. Orn Stre.ct is still in a very to B. S. Cowan, of Pulnski, hnb On SATURDAY, OCT. 19th, "Cotsi NTrr Troubt. M.. I Uo 'Cctt-tt'"- ! weak condition. Her sister, Mrs. bought of Will Stone one of his pretWhy hump jourulf up nn thn floor The Farmers Stock Club, Owsley, has been with her for ty bungalows on Portmnn avenue and Steve s and with jour Jaws set mid eyes from pain. Jerk and (ciiiiko some months. will move to it this week. The price Wayncsburn, Ky., and cut your rorniT Wliy Irrltnto jour Sam Perkins, who wns badly cut pHid is private. toes Altn domn snlvo or wrap your too Will ofTer for sale in Uie town when the auto he wns in rnn into n ptilnful Imndln vrllli soma Into n tils' 2(5. .'!! and 17 inch faint fence ar llckr tsimnr iilmlrtr I.lfo Ii too abort. fence, is getting along fine, nnd w'll of Wayncsburjj, Ky., SO Pairs taken n few srond t'o 'Jtti-ll"-l- t soon be out again. rived at W. H. Higgins today Come of Work Mules, 100 Weanlings s to npliiy and thpre's no fuxlng. no. Wear new sliors If you nant. . It James Mosser. Jr. leaves for Lex- quick. and Yearlings, a Number of Wflort the corn with your Ilnireri-t- he ington in a short time, having joined tthole thlmr, root and all. clear and Brood Marcs and Work Horses. the marines. He is a fine boy nnd CENT-A-Vv6llDAclean, and It'a Bond Only "acts-It- " Everybody invited to be pres ran do tlili. Tnko nn ehsnes. will be missed here. "Otls-lt.- " the nuarsntccd. money. Second-hanWANTED pony trap ent with their stock. It is free The talk of every one is the great back the only suru and harness. W. II. Leigh, Moreland, to all. I epidemic of influenm which hns war. contatitita trinoatany drtiR- more. S.1-A Co.. Chicago, III. such alarming conditions tn Ky There were not many buyer.? I FOR pure Timothy seo Newland & Sold in btantoril and recommend-- I almost every locality. Mrs. Daisy Hunt went to Lebanon Newland OO.B'Vi purity; 05rc germi- - present on Oct. ."rd. and the ed as the world's best corn remedy 75-t- f sale was called opT and the date Junction Sunday to be with her nntion. Price right. Miss Kliiahcth Forsythe, who has by Ir.e I'enny Drutr Store. .JMERSONAL AND SOCIAL " brother, Henry Rrooks, whose entire ONIONS had measles, is improving. Fifty bushels of hill set for Saturday, Oct. 19, 1918. JfWCilarjI Annual meetinc of the Thomas Hays HronauRh is wry ill Mr J I Ilenzlev ma !e a business family have influenrn. onions for sale Phone Hubble ExT. J. ELLIS, President,. ; Llaroln County Red Cross Chapter Mr. W. D. Newland came home change. J. T. P.lanks. Hubble, Ky. trip to the Kleventlt district Sattir-tlant his home at Crab Orchard. from Camp Knox Tuesday. Hi has H. P. DAY, Secretary. , Mr. Albert Scott, who hns been very Mjm Reita Price, of Oarrard, ha.s sick, is slowly improving. Mrs. Carlo llrittnin and Miss 01 not been in the best henltn, sutionn STRAYED From my place two been, the jruest of .Mrs. Sam Fisher. Miss I.yle Cooper is threatened with lie Itnldwin, of Richmond, spent the from the effects of influenza. Little Francis Kdmiston has been shouts, thnt will weigh about 85 week-ennon arrived nt the home influenza. A with their sister, Mrs. W. unite seriously sick with diphthcr'n pounds, one red the other spotted. E. f Mr. and Mr. K. T. Ray Sunday l.ee Curry Taylor has the fearful H Shnnks. 83 tf for snmu days. He is getting along T. IPence, Jr.. Stanford, Ky. nlieht. Miss MarKnret Azbill, sister of Mr "II u." WILL sell nt W. W. White's sale. IjiUue, of Lnumville, Karl Withers' entire family is down Stewart Y. Carson, came down from jr well as could be expected. to the highest f UnTRUrst of her under, Mrs Vivo. with something like inlluenra. Jailer George Dv'Rorde. of Stan- Thursday, Oct. 17th, Angus bull,Richmond to help care for Misses registered 15 V. De Horde. Mr. and Mrs. J. J Sweeney nre up Lottie nnd Annell Cnrson ilurinu ford, made n flyinng visit to his sis bidder aold. W. L. Neal, Moreland, ters anil brothers here this wceg. months Mrs. Jnnii Alton wm here a abort from LouisMlle for a few dnys. their illnes. She is prtnine; hor-e- lf Ky. It Every one is glad to sec George. while. Saturday from her home nt Miss Gertrude Wilkerson hns been a stiiendiil nure. Mr and Mrs. Melvin Collier went ESTRAY A steer, two years old, H.irrodiburc. quite sick at her home on Mr. II. II. Hourne, who has been The I. J.'a old friend. Mr. O. street. residim: at Stnnford for some time, to London Wednesday morning to came to my place Sept. 23. Owner Newland, came up from lltirnsidc and To farmers in Central and SouthMiss Kdith Wolburn has been chos- has returned to his home at Shelbv keen house for Mrs. Collier's parents. can get same by paying for his keep and this ad. C. Render, Junction attended court. ern Kentucky at a low rate of inen lender of the choir of the Meth- City, where he is roieiinr the iflad J who are visiting relatives in Williams City. Ky. Ml Hone Urn fro, of llnrrndsburv, odist church. terest. Easy nnd attractive payhand from his numerous friends. His burg. Quite a large crowd from here Duroe-Jersc- y wai the (01 cut of her brother. Mr. ments with the privilege of paying Mrs. Olive Sott. of Louisville is fister, Mrs. Susie Adams, will be with FOR SALr boar, see the war young and a good one, will weigh went to Stanford to Jcih'jvJU'nfrn, and wife. off all or any part of loan nt any the Kiiest of her sihter, Mrs. K. L. him Danville Messenirer. On nccount of the epidemic of time. A No. 5 Oliver Col George I). Wtiatherford, Col. trophy train, but came back much about "JOO pounds. Reinhart disappointed at not being able to see typewriter, good as new. K. V. CarLiterary ("lull will not the Maret Hackbv left this wiorninp W. G. Cowan, former Sheriff J G. We will help you pay for all the eet Thursday nt intended. son, Hustonville. Ky. for a brwf business trip to Mc.Minn-ville- . Weatherfo.il ami K V Carson, com- anything. farm land you wish to buy. If home Miss Susie Kdmiston came Mrs. C. II. Heed nan returned I nenln cnuntv posed n iMiartetto of Tenn you are in debt or need money to I will give you the PRODUCE Camnbellsville a riait to her mother, who m very ill, Kil. Wilkinson, of Lexington, spent democrats who eame over to attend this week from the retire your lien notes we would bu h ghest price for all kinds of countn her home in Hath county. Monday with his family the funeral of Go McCreary. whose College to spend some time with her I'n.i'.uce. give me a trial. I also hanSunday and 'glad "to explain. it Uni. V. K. of the here. alwaysj parents. Susie is much pleased with dle a high grade fertilixer. r fnends they have I H. Icdgcvllle sect to ii. ha returned from her school. Miss Marv Itailey has Wen quite lieen lliehraonil Kegiater. p James Herrin. who is located V a Htutle, Crabrchard. Ky. a visit to relative in Pulaaki " stck since she came home from the Will Reinhart. who has an excelLOST The truck that moved m Mlw Efiutbeth Simpson ami innati ColWire of Music. lent position at Muscles Shoals, AI., camp at Waynesville,heN'.is C writes household xoods from Stanford to in much in Hire, of Garrard, spent Monday Mrs. Marv MeBee '(s returned has been ordered to retwr hro for his mother here that DISTRICT MANAGER is greatly Shelby City and went around by with Mrs. Norn M. (;MiKniKht. visit frm a brief Intl. to her sons at examination. If he passes, and it is proved in health,partand the countrv. ville, lost a bundle of pillows andDanFarm Loan Department Union bolof pleased with that of llelenwood. Iteech Grove. Mr. 0. I. Raine. certain that he will, he will lie sent I will be Central Life Insurance Co. Tqtitl enme up t attend the burial Mrs IC C Walton sitent SundaT to the University of Texas, at Uistin, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, of this sters wrapped m a quilt. 802 Security Trutt Bids., Lex. f hl sltUr. Mr. John Ntwland. P. Walton in Lexing- to take n the studv of radio that he place, attended the fttneral of Mr. verv glad if the bundle is returned with Mrs. W. to me or information given as to its "" J. I). Willi, of Crab Orchard, took, ton. ington, Kentucky. rnav he efficient in that part of Cm le Anderson's father, who died at X Mrs. Suie Adams, Saturday afternoon's train for St. Of bums received when a whereabouts. Mr John Bruce, of Straight Crk. Sam's army. ljp Ioh!4 whor he went on business - Hell rounty. was here Saturday, look-inThis office hnd a pleaaj'it call fmm l.unn exploded near his bed a fw ShelbyJCity. Carter, who i in trainafter his farm. its eHieient correspondent. Mis Cora weeks ano. is at Cnmp WaiUworth, i here with Th War Mothers' prayer meeting J T. Kmbnr. Jr., and TiWen Coop- P'rclcton. postmistress at W.ivnea-Inifia poroHt out on Crab Orchard pike. er, students in the military departShe was aeeomnanied by her held at the Christian entire last Sunwho is a atudent at ment of Centre College, are down with mother. Mrs. W U. Singleton, and day afternoon was conducted by the John Cash, Stele Collude, I'xinKton. m at home "flu " Mr T S RevpoliN Thev came over pastor, assisted by the mothers, and of nSte Ms school is cloned Misses Initio and Annell Carso'., ft sav farewell to Rnwlmd Sin"'i .oti was a most solemn service. Especial slowly im- vl.o went to Cincinnati to take wlio have influenza, are urucrs were made for the soldier HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL .Mm. T. Ii. iluhhell urn! handsome proving. bovs away. eerrse preimnttorv to entering e LINE OF SENICA CAMERAS AND little Mti, Hilly llubbell. left MonMr Klmer Mrs. Andiew Pillion sold out her Gilbland of Km Mrs. Single"!' Sr.m's senile. day morning for Lexington, to visit Mountain, is isiting Mrs K. M. Pot-tu- n grocery business here and went to has two sons in Prance. LET US SUPPLY SUPPLIES. refaltVes and friends. Liberty, where she has a fine position here this week. Somerset JourYOUR NEEDS. Mrs. Milton Powell is in receipt )f nal. offered her. Mrs. Pillion is a splen.MRS. PEYTON ROUTON DEAD a can! saying that her husband 1ms of Hath Mrs. Octavin Crawford, Mrs. Peyton Ronton, aged abou' did woman, much loved here, ind arrivod safely overseas. He belonirs count v, is the truest of her relative, lift, died at her hntie near Waynis-btir- g many deeply regretted thnt she i Mrs. C. R. Reed, out on the Danvi!l engineer corjis. to the found it to her interest to leave Crao this morning afte ran illness Mrs. Oconee T. Wood went to Leb- pike. over 21) vears. She was a Orchard. anon Sunday afternoon to s e her Mrs. J Randolph Harris, of Lan- devout member of the Ilnptist chun h Mis Hettie Rigsby, one of the findaughter, Miss Jean Wood, who has caster, spent sewrnl days with her antl a mighty good woman. Reside-- , est young ladies of this section, was J. W. ACEY, Proprietor l'eotk.pjlte sick, hut who is, ve Jiie mother, Mr. W. S. Gnnste.nl. who her huslianil. she ts survived by three married some time since to a Mr. exceljrlad to say, improving. man has been quite sick. sons and three daughter?., one of the Owen Duval, a voungHettie'soffriends Mr. Nath Hicks, of Hustonville, Miss Mrs .1 II I'unier of Nuholasville, sons being in Prance and another its lent qualities. j Ilard-estcame here Sunday nfternoon to take and her daughter, Mrs. Frank training nt Greenville, S. C. Tie all extend heartiest congratulations Mrs. J. W. Weber to his home a of Houston. Texas, were guests daughters who are left to mourn he for she wns in every wny worthy of nure for his son, flower Hicks, who of Miss Antoinette Grinstcnd. Rob-er- loss of a splendid mother nre: M"-- the best of men. t is seriously ill of pneumonia. Or W II O'llannon and Mr Nelson Goorh. of Dnnwlle. .Mrs. WesMrs. It. I.. McKeehnie, of IndianapKernel went to Mt-- Vernon thi ley Cullip, of Hiibank, and Miss Peari HUSTONVILLE olis, who came to the West End to morning to see Matthew P Kernel, Routon. who had been with her mo'h-e- r Miss Verla Gann is at home for a vfant her ixi rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. whose condition is causing his family through her years of suffering. The fe wiin vs. Hammond, some months ago, is con- and friends much alarm. Heeler Cochran, of Casey, was in burial will be held tomorrow, whin H'I1 of typhoid valescing from a Miss N'anry Htinn, who is visit'ng her pastor. Rev K. W. Conkloy. of town Wednesday. fever. her aunt. Mrs. 11. C. LeCompte, at Waynesburg, will preach the funeral. C. W. Adams. Sr., and son, Chas.. Little Prof. U C. Ilosley, heatl of the Dan- Krankfoit. is in quarantine. are on the sick list. Schools, was a court day Margaret Jane LeCompte has sonilct ville Public George 1). Woatherford was over RARREE WHEELER DEAD visitor Monday. He was aecomimn-iei- l fetr and the home has been pheed Rarliee Wheeler died at his home in from Danville Friday. by his manly little son. Jack quarantine. under Xews comes that Marion Fiolds has named for the professor's InMr A T. Sine, of Kv City. Ok'a.. Pnmille Wtdneiy evening, Oct. safely overseas. dented father. has been here with his uncle. Mr. . Jth of Snanish influenza. He was t. arrived Katheryne Warriner is visitThe following Lebanon Junction C. Sine and wife. The first named son of. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wheeler, ingMiss friends in Riihmond. Resides his wife nciiple attended the burial of Mrs. is the father of Mrs. It. (I. llamp'on, of Wuynesbuig. School closed here Tuesday on acJohn Now land here Sunday: Rev. !l of Lebanon Junction, who camo lie re anil one child, he is survived by liit count of Spanish inlluenra. father and motlier and one meter, S Hell, Mr. A I.. Roby. (apt W. W to see him. Mr. and 'Mrs. Clarence Dunn an Mrs. Osa Singleton, of Danville. The Carter, Mr. L. M. Whitehead. Mis remains were taken to Waynesburg babv arrived Sunday from Alabama. Chariest llrndidiavv, Mrs. J. S. Curd-.eCatarrh Cannot Be Cured McCormack & Gann shipped a car Friday and after brief ncrvicas at thn and Mrs. Kmmerson Rice. wltli l.oc'AN WPLM. vriuW, .; tl.cy grave bv Rev. K. W. Coakley and the load of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday K. Dudderar. of Cillterts eaniux irsiii lite Mr. 8. .it ir tlie uhKMdi KENTUCKY CRAB ORCHARD Mr. and Mr. Lester Jeter nre re Brotherhood of Trainmen, were in.i is srmllv Creek, lias rented one of Col. T 1. I'aiuriii by a le joicing over the arrivn lof a daught n.iii Paldwin'H fine farms in Madison and in "tl,T u cotntuullin.il lundltlons, aul terred in Wavnesburg lemetery. Hit. er. itir.. it M.u iiiLxt tki n wife is at the home of her father, will move his family to it soon, much j Inl iial renttaty Hall's t'utaitli Mrdl-cldI Hownn Owens has rented the PowG. Warnner, with the disease. Is taken lutrrnaily mi. I acts tliru to tho refrrot of their many friends in lil mmI on Uie ruuious m.r(mw ol the Muih sympathy is extended them in ell house and will move the first of th this county. The farm contains 7(10 Dilrm Hall's l 'ta-rMciliclli the month. vh aeri and Ilea on the Speedwell pike, inwtiilwtl bv unr l lit Ut v' 'flunn the loss of their loved one. Mrs. S. T. Carpenter came over six mil os from Richmond. .nrj It m urn in tlil eounlrv (or SEVERAL CARS POR SALE from D.inville Monday and will spend I of iht tunlt inf The Interior Journal's friend. J. Oiellilltlt h. With Irnlll tutI'll Uwt kens a, lleud I have several Ford Tounn" Cars a week heie. f K. Jordan, who is at Lakehumt, N. I utinrra it t vt T'i Claud Dinwiddle, who is located at i nd Runabout, one Overl.md light J., in training for sen ice in CmU-Sam'- Hm n mThIh tus in I'.t s ouil. Mi'ili Ijikes Naval School, is at home army, has it thanks fur j In.' is whsl r't' 'i . s '" "inlriiil four, two Ford Trucks, one chain-driv- e Great few daw. irent i ntl fur til c.tar Truck. Will sell at h bargain. for a a copy of The Skeeter, n paper Ko'te-- i tt uititin'HN :rt t ,ri.Ll 'omlit.oux Mr. nnd Mrs. T. K. Tudor, of Also n few tractor nttachmonta for out by tho boys in training there. It F I I'lll-'iA i i. p . Toledo, O. All parties owing Stanford, weie here with Mrs. Wm. Ford curs hm '. All Prui.-itis n vurv creditable sheet ami Dr. J. W. Weber, the fool doctor, who ! " I IiiH'm fi"t notes or accounts will please come Fields last weok. tomtlnatioii full of interestmir rendiii!' mattei .1. I.. McKoo RitVe. Sam Owens and in nml jmy up. Will be glad to take 1 ;; Wnr Savings Stamps or government Judge Hopper were in Lebanon this has treated hundreds of people in Lincoln and "rain bonds at face value in settlement for week on tiubiness. -Miss Nora Eada snout the wcek-nan of these. II. C. Anderson. It with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P counties with great success, offers his ' I this week. Mr, Arthur CofTcy Is on the stck CRAB ORCHARD Miss Parley, of London, xvn. tho list. Irvln Peyton Is n victim of influattractive guest of Mrs. L. F. Jones PUBLIC SALE $ rj rn i m FOURTH 850-Poun- d REFORSAtE. AT AT &LVaaaaaB aV Siaaaaaal ,. I I OTHER Lincoln County's Quota Is pop-plu- $338,350 e 1 Corn-pain- d r, - y. 8'J-'2- p d iCMra-Jiettl- - Long Time Loans S0-8- p S.'l-l- p I life-Ion- Hl-t- VViI-Ua- BURT L. SIMS j r. lu SENICA CAMERAS C'-el- The Lincoln Pharmacy Store Tiie 3,&&.aJ? Dumlap Shoes For Men llo-le- A Step Foward in Quality, $7.00, $7.50. 6.00, r W. E. PERKINS i u .' h l'it I't-r- i Do s Yoir Feet Hurt? I res-ill- s t. f- - n VI 7": ftWelch'sj iT J d Garrard has rented the An ntllcial of the Southern railway told the writer that a single Presbvterian nnrsonage for noxt your. baggage car on that road the other and will move this week. Mrs. Carlisle .Myers left Ihurstl'iy lay curried .'Hi bodies., most of them for Lexington, where sho will visit being victims of the feaiful 'flu," The enpture of the Argonnc forest by the Anieriian troops is the greatest victory yet achieved by Gun. Pershing, according to Kdwin James, writing from the Held of battle. This strongly held position, he point out, was so well guarded in front that n (lank attack was necessary. In tho rough country this was ditllcult and the opposition of tho enemy s terrific, lighting every inch of tho wny. The Government will continue, to send over 250,000 men with their supplies every month nnd then will be no relaxation of any kind. TIIIRTY-SI- IN ONE CAR Kails, Dr. at bh.ikertovvn. Chas. Hart The Penny Drug Store The Kiddies Favorite Fountain " relatives for tho week-enDr. Hurtle Carnonter. Mrs. R. R. Caipenter and Miss Mary Cnrpente" were in Stanford Thursday. Mr. and Mm. W. L. Neal and daughter, Margaret, attend-thbond sale at Stanford Thursday. Spanish influenzu is spreading nil over the W est Knd, at tnis writing n cases have been reported, however there is no pnoumonia so far. John Plain and attractive daughter, "Bobbie," were hero with Mrs. Tom Tupmon for a few days this week. Mr. ninin nus movcu nis lanuiy io Lexington. o services to the public. If you suffer with your feet you had better see him at once. Consultation and advice free. Office at Hunn House, Stanford. He will be at the Weatherford Hotel, Hustonville, each Tuesday and Friday. Do Your Feet Hurt ? t- -J ti ,1 a Josh WiNon. of the East End. sold to WIN Rotrers, of Paint Lick. hi fine pair of mule for Poynter a $550 and to Willinm d combined mnre for $150. He boucht of Mr. Gastineau of Hee Lick n pnir of mnW for $400. The best sale of a wennlinc mule vet reported was made hore McmiNv liv Tho. Erskine who sold to G. W P. S. Speak a good word to the Petty, of Manchester, a mare mule boys back home and tell them we are colt, six months old. for S140 The after the kaiser's scalp and we think vounirster was called Gold Nuiruct. and had rerentlv won $20 in premiwo will get it. W. D. E. ums. Richmond Register. ,) The mule still lays claim to the honor nf bcintr worth more than the horse for war service. The War De! partment, in a general order for th "iiidance of purchasing otlicers, said he average price pnid for these aniStop Leaky Radiator mals to June 30 was: Mules, wheel. "28; pnd. 5189; rack nnd ridintr. We make your old ones good as new. SIS 1. Horses: cavnlrv mounts, S1B1; We sell the Copper King Spark Plug, guaranteedlhe life ' "ht nrtiliery. $188; heavy artillery. of your car. 2?1 voiin.' horses. SI 2 J. L. Hutchins, of Hoyle. bought We have the agency for the Swinehart Tire, guaranteed ind hnd on the Cincinnati market tor 5,000 miles. hogs of RobMondav nine ert Alexander, for which he mid We carry in stock all kinds ol ol Auto Accessories, Stan15'ie: 15 hogs of John Donahue, dard Gasoline, 28 cents the gallon. weighiiv 200 pounds nt 15 to We sell all grades "Mobile" Oil. Call and see us. nine of O J. Hardy that averaged 275 pounds at lC'4c. He also boui'ht lat week of Dr. Rankin 25 cornfed RepaiVShop, St., Danville, Ky cattle averaging 1.300 pound at 14e: nf Ilerkwith & Hutcbings 13 cnttln at 12c and of Mr. Minor 1,000 12 fancy heifers averaging pounds at 10'fcc. Monday was a great mule diy and at 7 A M. many farmers bad arrived in town with their mule colts rnd until 10. others continued to 'Ome in with them. Kemli-- r & Fox WE CROW A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT AND bought two and M S hI-'eSHADE TRHES. SHRUBS VINES. ROSES, PERENN'ALS, & Son purchased two Those were bought nt from SfiO to ASPARAGUS in fact Local Iiuvera bought $0.1 a head. "Ererylliing for Orchard, Lawn and Garden." about 75 or 100. the pirk. at from $S0 to $85. II P. Huls sold his 310-icr- e farm in Nelson county to Mr FREE CATALOG. ' inninirhnm, of New Hope, for $141.50 an acie. Nelson Countv Realty Co., were the agents. II T. mules to Ison sold 10 3 to Jewell & Co. at from $135 to S200 & Son at 180 n nnd three to Denny head. Ilonta Ilros. nae bought 50 (No Agents.) mule colts at an average of $100 LEXINGTON. KY. They are of the very best each muuuU grade -- Harrndsburg Democrat. Gen. March, chief of staff, announces that there are now in France 1,900,000 American soldiers, that there are 2,000,000 in army camps in the United States, and thnt 2,000,- 000 more wo Phi be called into service. He was emphasizing the point that this is no tune to slacken the effort to defeat Germany. Cm Now Eat and Sleep in Comfort If troubled with indigestion or t!"oplcKncsB you should read what We have a supply of good Mi-- s Agnes Turner, Chicago, III., has to say: "Overwork, irregular meals regarding the seed wheat. Have run it over our clean- - and carelebsnesshealth, gradually ordiunnary rules of dermined it until Inst fnll I became Q ers twice I suffered 6 lbs. to the bushel. All Tests a wreck of my former self. from continual headache, was unable my food, to from one crop. This wheat yielded 35 bu. to lay digest dead weightwhichmyseemed to stomach. on as n 1 was very constipnted and my comthe acre. best wheat we received this sea-so- u plexion abeenme dark, yellow rnd I felt. Sleeplessness v:ih muddy added to my misery, nnd I would 1 went to awake as tired as when was the Marvelous. Price $2.50 per bu. sleep, I henrd of Chamberlain's Tali-lennd found such relief after hiking them that I kept up tho for nearly two months. They cleansed my stomach, invigorated my svhtem, and since thnt time I cun e.it and sleep in comfort. I nm entirely well." Jerry Rush, of Skuggu Creek, Rockcabtle county, h dead of four-venr-o- ld seven-year-olfour-year-o- ld First Army Corps, Headquarter Americnn Expeditionary Forces, Aug. J7. Dear Interior: It wns my thought to write you n few line ere thla, but ro prcused hnve I been with my duties over hero, thnt an opportunity did not present itself. When I arrived hero 1 was assigned to Headquarter First ll Army Corps. As you probably I enteri'd the service last Nov. :U'th. nine months ago, nnd have been service awarded one stripe. I find my duties ns an army tleld clerk very interesting. I have received the Interior Journal since my arrival in France and enn assure you that I certainly appreciate every issue that I got. I know all the boy here in France appreciate home papers, especially of Mr.all communities where the news is more in the form of a letter nnd a great deal is contained therein they would otherwise miss. Durinjr my in France I have met many Kentucky boys, some of them with with thn First Pioneer Infantry, whom I have had the pleasure of speaking, nnd they all seem to be well pleased nnd ready to meet the forces end of the kaiser in a counter vhotilil the opportunity preforsent itself. I, also, had the good tune to be stationed in the same village, for quito ft while, with Cnpt. E. G. Flalg, of Danville, Ky. Later fcar1 a pleasant surprise of meeting and being Avith Francis Wcatherford for several days; on two separate occasions. The first night we spent together wo were shelled and conse-aucnt-lv did not get any too much .Jeep. It was a great experience to I in at that time. However, can judge both at the present stage we they are sleep dropwithout difficulty when ping. Probably a little too well. ,Wc had our pictures taken together, one of which I am enclosing. As you have undoubtedly read in the newspapers this corps has been the 'first American army corns to get into the ring and accomplish things. 1 should like very much. to write more in detail of the various places through which I haveRravelcd since I hYc ben in France,nd would like also to describe to you many interesting sceaes which I have observed here, but to do so would be in contravention of oxisting censorship regulations on the subject and of course I desire to brrng myself within such regulations. Many times have I thought of the work which has been done and is being done back home, and I am most especially interested in the work of Lincoln county, which I must say has done splendidly well. I congratulate our paper, the good work it has accomplished, the articles published and specially those items which were published in repard to spies. I am proud that I am a fCcntuckian of the county of Lincoln nnd no one will be greater pleased wticn I am at liberty to return to shelter there. When you next write Claiborne re. member tne to him and say that I wish his duties bring many pleasant experiences. 'Hoping this finds you in the best of healtk and with warmest personal regards, I remain, yours WESLEY D. EM DRY. re-cahand-to-han- HMBRY TAKES PEN IN HAND i ..! ; 1 he Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 1918 fnr I LIFT OFF CORNS! With fingers I Corns and calluses lift off. No pain! ,ti a- .- J LAND, STOCK AN"" "MOV D. Tnrkington sold a work mule - - - Magic' .lut drop Hint tmichr rum. nrhlng, tlira von lift the fijigtrs. Truly a Utile 1'nvrirtie Jnntanlly It slops Hie corn etf With No humbug! .tnn vm,I .old to V. M. Dve n work n for 88. 8. Leech boiirht of Dr. Mmn .tprnV mw for titin.vnnr-nnM WM to T W. - t round S1!00. II. F. Cnfn sold n ormri ennner cow nt fie PUBLIC SAL Un account or my boy being called to the army, I Tnno IrtO mnrc mnV cn't fa W nM to .1, IT Woods a wennl'ng mnre mill" colt for 19R Dr. l""h Re'd nM to llrn, tiilit wnnnlin" rnlve nt Tfi W. A. Povnter nhl to WIU "i hore mule for n , d mMle nt Clo"d 10 Shmlo Wilder snt.1 to ? .1 flnn-nntm- J n C K"',,"k roimht b"nrh of ton hmr nt of 1 Rr .1 P-,- !Ar ,... M wijl, rtnt J'ti1w u Sell the following described property at my place, onemilc SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2 froif - four-venr-o- R. $i.ic. a $1RI. II. W. Caines sold to W. R. fooV three-year-ol- d horse mule for rrnm Scott H'os. sold to WIN d nair of mnrc mul for $515. J. II. Klovd sold two mute Mt 3ni'tor. nf r'rnh Orchard, here three-year-ol- Ror n " Try rreoxonM Your dropUt selln a tiny bottle (or a few crnU, minVirnt to rid your feet of etcry hard corn, soft orn". or corn letwvn the toe, and taihiae, without una particle of rain, is tho wtrcnoss or irritation. dlieorery of a notui Cincinnati genius Frm-ron- fc RIihv sold to J"" Kindig. of Pennsylvania! 17 yearling mules nt $97. Dr. J: F. Povton sold to WIN Rogers, of Paint Lick, n pair of sorrel mules for $475. Jake Collins, of Madison countv bought here Mondov n d of d cnttto t 8 to 9c. G. D. McColJum. of Junction Cltv sold to Marcus Helm, of Danville n Gambcttn gelding for cnr-loa700-poun- $75. Thnmtwon at rn nf)f) nnnnHs 2 good mares, 7 years old, work any where. 3 good work horses. horse colt. I stallion, 7 J hands high, 7 years old. I mule colt. t 68 shoats, weighmng from 75 to 80 pounds. 6 sows with 44 pigs. 6 sows without pigs, weigh 300 to 400 pounds. 6 hogs, weigh 50 pounds each. 00 ewes. Terms made known on date of sale. J I two-year-old ?nuJf-- tuit.ii;, jj ntou ui wl 5(11 1 vrcnara, on otanrora piKe: :r.. nr :.: uic i.j siccis uuui in liiciicib, iu , pnrlv t It 1 1 JB ONE OF WAR'S BRIGHT SPOTS Another bright spot in the war stories was that of the negro woman whose husband had gone into the army, first taking out a $10,000 insurance policy in favor of his wife. Not long after she received news of his death in a Southern camp. "Praise the Lawd!" she cried. "I won't never have to cook no moh" And she put on her hat and left her employer's dinner on the stove, while she went out to buy becoming mourning. AGED RESIDENT HAS NARROW ESCAPE "I was at my work, my limbs became numb, I got dizzy and faint, my ears seemed stopped up. I hrid been troubled with gas on my stomach and severe bloating after meals. Doctors failed to help me. One dose of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, recommended by the corto ner druggist, proved a I am continuing with it with m.e. splendid results." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the Intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. The Lincoln Pharmacy; The Penny Drug Store. life-sav- J. T. Rigidly sold to Litre WNo two 1,000-pounheifers at BMe n nound and Mr. Rigsby'sold a canner cow nt 5c a pound. . Li. Uooch sold to Uoncr & ro mnrc mule for 5200. i and bought of R. L. Hubble a four year-ol- d marc mule for $250. D. H. Morris sold to It. L. Hubble two 1,000-poun- d heifers at a "i.und. ond Mr. Morris bought a bNck heifer of T. B. Davis for $50. R, H rVionor. of the McKinney see tion. delivered to Ike Shelby Inst week 20 steers he sold him Inst sprimr nt 7 '4c. Tnev nveraircil r7G poumK A. T. Nunnellcy nnd II. D. each lost a valuable milk cow Wednesday nizht. According to Surtrcon John Cook black ler earned them off. Thomas Onoch. of the West Knil bought for E. P. Trammell. of Pine nnot, here vestenlny n iloien mul "olt nt to .li5. Mr Gooch sold to Mr. Trommell a saddle mare for d four-vear-o- $250. DAVID STREET, Crab Orchj COL. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. v: ; iV A IV . i J 8c te Vct-erinn- rv Public Sale Stock, Crop, Farming Implements I :- - rMr '. zi $200. on the Hustonville pike, beginning at 10 o'clock, will sell at public auction at my farm, 2 miles from Stanford, h , Wednesday, Oct. 30tfc The following described personalty, consisting of a. AttentionAuto Owners That 150-noun- d 10'c 1.000-nnun- Radiator 3rd HORSE STOCK About 25 head of Harness and Saddle bred, most of these a'r'V Golddust breeding and principally young fillies and geldings,. from years down to yearlings. Colts that will develop good and make and fine mares bred for fine roadsters and out of 6 or 8 choicely-bre- d and harness purposes. Reid's Golddust, 5 years old, by Dor- saddle sey Golddust ( 2052), 1st dam by Happy Day, registered, 2nd dam. j O n OOINI II ciam v), blue i Belle by Biuegrass kdos.) uy rriamiitomnn ir jra11Tl MC .4.1 rx i 111 fI i nis is. ttn ciam is.ic jr., ny i ennessce nampion. by black liawk, Morgan stallion, the source of our best bred horses. In.' an inbred of his sire and . conformation, action, style and color he is a ' his first crop of colts are fine. ..o mi ii ire 1 t- -. j 11 I- -tl I. 1 1 1 1 l.t fac-simi- le TREES! TREES! Five good work mules, one fine five colts. j cor-loa- v EVER-GREEN- car-loa- H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons JACK STOCK big bone, 16 hand jennet and mule jack, a good A breeder, sired bv Prince Napoleon and out of Billie one and proven Keene and Joe Blackburn jennets. Standard and registered. 2 jennets. 3 years old. one has a iack colt. All standard bred and show stock. $J$tk A CATTLE 55 head of choice heavy feec'ing cattle, 16 head of light feeders? 50 head of good yearling cattle. JERSEY CATTLE A choice bred herd of registered JerseysA l r i l ii cows, i ii hellers, calves and two Dims, one yeaning ana a weanling mine . 1 1 1 bull. I Marvelous Seed Wheat extra 1 The ts DUROC JERSEY HOGS $v A fine herd of purely bred hogs, a boar that has no superior in conformation, breeding or production in this section and his producf will bear me out in this statement, 2 sows with 15 young pigs,""(5' sows bred, 22 April and May shoats, 8 gilts will be sold for breeders 't , and 9 smaller shoats. About 55 acres of corn will be sold, 500 bales of hay, timothy mixed and alfalfa. Farming implements and machinery of all kinds: will be sold necessary for running a large farm. Most of it is newer in good condition. Binders, mov ers, harrows, drills, plows, wagons, V. feed cutters, corn cutters, roller rake, wagon and plow harness ii ' abundance, and many others too numerous to mention. Also a fine VI carriage, 2 buggies and a good Fra.ier cart, all in good condition. Dinner will be furnished. Terms given on day of sale. 'IK. 1 I tre-i-me- J. H. Baughman & Co. to-il- F. REID, Stanford, Ky. DINWIDDIE & OWENS, Auctioneers: i r