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No. 84 Plain Natural M r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, fi:t. 18, 1918 Tuesdays and Fridays THE LATEST WAR NEWS Yestcrdny wns nn historic ilny for Belgium. Her troops captured Bruges, Coitt but a Fraction What Weaker her army occupied Ostcnd. her Kino. Preparations Sll for A Spoonful and Queen entered this seaport city, In a GUii of Water a Dot. while the German forces, reeling under the blows of the nlllcd nrmlcs, The absolute proof that medicinal Dear Friends: Feeling keenly the loss of the social sought refuge in the outer defenses Iron would help tho blood nnd of Antwerp. The British to the smith clement of public worship, vou will. I m ....... yield strengthen people wonderfully has mnde furtber gains, capturing Douni. graciously to the closing ordor for the largest measure cnused mnny chemist' to perfect while the French nnd Americans, in more or less efficient iron tonics nnd of good to the greatest number. It is heartening to know tho fore of intense mnchlne.iriin fire. more or less efficient tablets. that Ho Whom we worship in the sanctuary is not limited mnde further ndvnnces in Chnmpnene Mls Cnrol WlicelOon $60, Mrs. A. For most people, however, tho oy umc or piace; mat the Bible we rend in the meeting nnd the region northwest of Verdun. II. Morgan $H0, Y. W. Caldwell $50, writer would say that Just plain The Inhnbitnnts of Vladivostok N. D. Triplett $200, J. F. Stamper highly concentrated Acid Iron Mln-crhouse is not chained to the pulpit; that the "fellowship greeted President Wilson's reply to $50, YnntU Singleton $60, N. I). is better, far cheaper nn,? of kindred minds" is not dependent on personal contact Germany's note with cheers and Snow $50, Willie Hincs r0, Charles stronger nnd goes from two to six hut upon the blending of spiritual thought. So may I sugtenrs of joy, which expressed their l.uck 150, M E. Whceldon $100, times as far. gest that the Lord's day be a holy day ond not a holiday; suffering yearning for n free, peaceMrs, M. E. Whecldon $50. R. V. Hal. A bottle of Acid Iron Mineral, kept ful Russia. An American trnnsport Ur $100, Mini Cora Singleton $50, handy anil n teaspoonful poured in Inat it be a time for rekindling trfe fires of family altars; Hejhen Curtis $50, Patrick Florence n glass of drinking water ufter mcnls. with the first supplies from the when once again each household becomes a parish and its United Stntes landed yesterday, asMiss Corlnc Florence $100, makes a delightful, very unusual nnd $100, head n high priest of spiritual things. What a fine opsuring the Czechs nnd soldiers of nn J. R. lloltzrtaw $50, Jerry Hurton highly beneficial tonic anil strengthportunity for family fellowship and how gladly will we atrlnle supply of winter clothing from $50, Mrs. Itosebud Phillips $50, Wm. ened and If the blood needs enrichunuerwenr and shoes to overcoats. nvnil ourselves of the privilcgcl In your meditations, inII. Phillips $100, Miss Inn Phillips ing and purifying it would be hnrd Informntion retched Washington $50, M. F. Padgett $50, F. S. Gooch to find anything that does it better tercessions and conversations some things will have the that the Germans have threatened to $50. J. N. Goble $50. A. J May $50, or rids the system of Grippe-Spanispreeminence. God will bo petitioned for a cessation of bombnrd Constantinople with their L G. Gooch $500, II. II. Singleton Inlluenzn and kindred ailments quickthis epidemic. The large place the church is occupying Black Sea fleet at the first slt?ns of $50, II. L,.Dumns $50. Dr. A K. er than Just plain concentrated Acid .1. II. Warrlner $50, Iron Mineral, which is the name for Turkish defection, nnd that in Izzet in the present world order will be cause for thanksgiving; t aldwell $1,000, Pasha, the new premier nnd war min"TWM. Francis Hurris $50, Urban natural iron It builds tho agencies at work for tho amelioration of human sufferister, they have n friend nt court. $50, It. K. Hnrton $50, Ira up the entire system. ing, the sustaining of moral force, and the progress. toward Hnmnercd by marshes and by mud It also has n beneficial effect upon 'Kiinpkin $50, Willie Sweeney $50, world peace taking shape in Red Cross, Y. M. C. A., Lib-cit- y waist deep, the Allies are meeting Wallace Sweeney $50, W It. Single-to- r appetite and digestion, nnd the kidthings, namely; The education of the with strong resistance from the BolLoan and Allied Armies will lift your eyes afield. $50, 1IVL. Spicule $50, F. O. neys soon show its effects. people from the platform by intel- shevik forces on the Dvina rivet. is splendid for a nasal Gooch $200. Roscoc Whceldon $100, Our Service Flag with nearly fifty stars will add to your ligent speakers; a e cam- The Americans hove displayed grcnt H P. Day $60. J II. Acton $100. A. spray and gargle, prevents Inlluenpetitions, while perhaps you will find time to write a letter during paign by both men nnd women, nnd heroism campaign the T Whceldon $100, C. F. Whceldon zn.) Don't delay, call for it today. to one of those boys. All this will contribute to your perlast, but not lenst, to judicious use of against the Red Guards, who are disL. For sale by nil leading druggists. JIUO, Hliin Osliornc $50, W. the columns of our home paper. I tributing I he l'enny gonal enrichment of soul and make the day a glorious gain urug More, htanfonl. Ibom Bolshevik propngnndt Wkeeldon $60. Mrs. Sonoro would lnbcd these the 'Big Three.' " printed m English nmong the ad$400, W. I). Warren $50. W. F. and not a woeful loss. Sincerely, your minister, EVERYTHING'S" "FLU" NOW The Lincoln County National Bank's vancing troops. Van Singleton $50, Vheuldon $100, quota of the sum totnl is approxiHOWARD J. BRAZELTON. ine drive in Belgian 'Flanders Mr. Cynthia Caldwell $000, Clias. A Got a little measly cold? Spanish Flu. mately $112,000: First National continues with rapid advances by C.fcrtlnn $500. Jan W. Sweeney $60, Do your bones feel stiff and sore? Bank, $95,000; National Bank of the French, British and Belgian Lawrence Williams $50, Aroicnlus Flu. Hustonville, $43,000; Peoples Bank forces. Mcnin, the important railRo8 $50, Elmer Shoop $50, W M. Is it Spanish you lack? DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER energy MR. M. O. VANDEVEER GONE oi uustonviiie, $a3,uuu; Urab (Jr. road junction, has been captures. Murphy $60, Wnltcr Pctrcy.JSO. J Amos Turncy, n prominent turfAnother of Stanford's old nnd chard Banking Co., $29,800; Waynes Thourout has fallen nnd the H Snow $60. Luther Harris $50. Wil- - Have you stepped upon a tack? Got a crick up In your back? highly respected citizens has gone burg Deposit Bank. $18,250: McKIn. Thourout rnilroad practically is in man, is dend at Paris. !. Cokcr $50, Francis llariih lino. Spanish Hu, the way of all good. Mr. M. Owen ney Deposit Bank, $10,500; Bank of the hands of the allied forces. The II iHwll Iluford Ilurkett, aged 29. is dead W..lter Gooch $60, II. VanDcvccr, aged 70, died nt the home uoreiana, $o,buo. There may he gains made in this region add a new 1), .H. If your throat feels kinda raw of pneumonia at Junction City. $M, Orvin Singleton $5. theso Spanish Flu. German grin on the $60, Hern Ilurlcson $50, I.tila lVrrv Silas Wilcox, formerly of Mndison Vn . . , K,'ter' Mrs- - J' c- - Lvnn nt and likely will be changes in mfore menace to the towns and Belgian coast utiociv i.tsi nignt. in August he figurWi ns subscrintions will already it S.nalcton $50, Clinton Singleton S50, If you have n swollen jaw county, is dead nt Guthrie, Okla. was Spanish Flu. with heat nnd was than probably come in for a day or is reported that their armies arc feeB K. Sorrell $50, Vernn Reynold Ilenton Dcllord, of Rethel Ridge, taken prostrated store to from the home of so yet. It appears that the sum total ing withdrawn. iT.o, Will Reynold $50. W. L. Siiifle-to- n If your tooth is kindn achln', was wounded in nction "over thcro." his daughter his Despite terrific machine-guIf an illness you nre fnkin' and $50, Virgil Thompson $50. Nith-olfWashington county went over the nble to leave and ho had never been of bonds sold will reach $350,000, gas there. For many years nearly $12,000 more than this coun-t- y resistance the American troops Sanders $60, Wallace Mullins If your uld knees nrc nsknkin', top in the sale of bonds over the deceased had been n member of was requested to sell. The Interior between the Mcuse nnd the Argonne Spanish Flu. $50, Glenn Ratlin" $60. Hop Steele congratulates advance nnd pierced Hocker, 50, Alva Hall $50, W, A. Horton Is your lier on the bum? Harvey Mcblroy, n prominent the Christian churchin nnd he was a Journnl and nil others Messrs.helped to continued their line, most excellent man the Krcimhild who capturing sevevery respect. Shnnks Hogue $50, Charley 1U0. J. A. Spauj'h Flu. II...MV. ui ..luiiuu tuuiiiy, is ucau oi He was scrupulously honorable in all make the drive the great success It eral wooded heights by surrounding H.rshbnruer $60, W. J. Sprndlm Are you puddled up on rum? influenza. of his dealings and it could be truly was and hopes that it has been of them from left nnd right nnd then Spanish Flu. 6i, W. I. Dinmond $100, M. N. Dr. W. C. Kehr. tho How important $50. J. M. Vnnovcr $60, C. A Have you stumped one of your toes? druggist, is dead of influenza nt his said of him that his word was as good some littlo assistance in the great moppig them up. ns his bond. He had been n resident worK tnat has been done. the Germans regard this sector of Well $150, A V Horton $50, Oliver Have you just a bleeding nose? home nt Iondon. the front is indicated by the fact It Vnnover $60, Geo. D. Hogue $50, Or no matter whnt your woes, The Pittsburg, Ky.. postofflce was of Stanford for the pnst 20 years, PAID FOR BOND IN DIMES that they are rushing in new troops two miles Eust Hf.rlnn Vanover $60, Allen Keesee . Spanish Flu. robbed nnd burned. Not a i?rent .lent coming from his farmlie sold I of Rowlnnd. which iv,.. For three vears Miss Alice White. to its defense and resisting with W. n $f.U, Willie McMullen $50. of money and stamps was lost. , great bravery. late S. H. Shanks. His wife, who daughter of D. R. MOORC FARM AT AUCTION White, of Orccr $50. Alva Morgan $60, Walter S. Wells, president of half Official Washington regards recent If you want n good farm of 2(35 a dozen big Kentucky coal companies, wns Miss Hettie Broaddus, preceded Moreland, played the role of treasSingleton $60. Don Reynold him to the grave by 20 years, but the urer for her nephew, a little son of events in Germany and Austria as nn $U9, V. D. Green $100, Butler Ucn acres or any part of It. attend the wen oi inuuenzn at rrestonburg. alo of children nre left to mourn air. and Mrs. Ucorire liunn. who with attempt by the Central Powers to re- oa $200, Mrs. J. C. Vinson $100. G. Shelby the 1). It. Mooro farm in the J. C B. Harmon bought the R. II., ,Tl0sf of A Citv sertinn Weilnesdnv. killed tlnn Ml.v.. Wllllnma SMI """Deve'of father: their children were car andin a atrain I 'hey will their internal affairs so that "' ' T.?Ml meet the requirements laid nsion between their E. F. Young $50. Earnest Smith $50,1 when Col. G. II, Swinebroad, the Lnn-- J r-5- 0fT conUins lOoSi" down in President Wilson's reply to D. six A. Sineleton $50, S. C. Alford $60, .caster real estate wizard, will let It Congressman John Sterling, of Reck, Ark.; Mrs. W. VnnDovcer, of somelittle months ngo. She held fori me fellow 500 dimes nnd the Richmond: Read the Bloomington, 111., was J. C. Lvnn. of thi the M I). Wall $60, James Ross $50, go to thu highest bidder. latest uerman peace otter. killed in The Germans in abandoning Klmer Alford 150. James Alford $50. advertisement on another page of this auto accident near Pontiae, Mich. nn city, and Miss Blanch VanDevecr, other dny she put the 500 pieces of money in a Liberty Bond. It is prob- Cnmbrai left behind them fiendish be sure and attend the sale iper and who is lencning nt fliorgnnton, N. U. Mrs. Lutlo Reynolds $60, R. M. next Wednesday The sale hour is 10 nt Daniel Justii was instantly killed They were nil at his bedside when able that no other bond sold during devices to mutilate and kill the reS60. Mrs. II. T. Curlis $50. Ind.. when n belt M. turning Mrs. Ida Gilmoro $50, Anallza Eu-- , broke on the machine he was operat- the end came . He was conscious to tho present campaign was paid for seeing a refugees. A British ofllcer, piano in the street, struck a the last nnd talked with them until with as many pieces of Uncle Sam's banks $50, Mrs. Cynthin G. Leach ing. G. W. HASTY THANKFUL key. hidden bomb exploded, tear550, John Privitt $50, E. D. Smith Shelby Tudor, n prominent fnrmer nlmost the la.st moment. Mr. Van- money ns this one. Mr. J. L. McKec ing off Ahis The Interior Journal's friend. Devecr head. county nnd $60. Jas. A. Mays ssuu, r. n. r-IV fl.....-.- . lat, I. ...... 1L.H .f.. of the Berea section hnnging in com- was onewns born in Casey14 children, Riffe made the sale. of a family of """""" mitted suicide by of Madison, his banks $50, Mrs. Ida Euutnics $ou, DR. A. GATLIFF DEAD recent in CHANGE IN TRAIN SCHEDULE onlv two of whom survive Mrs. K. J. M. Padgett $50, Mrs. Martha E. trouble. One of bis littlehisadopted bnrn. Dr. A. Gatliff, one of the richest The following changes will be efEllis IG0, Wm. J. Reck $00, Frank on I. Lovitch, manager of the store L. Tanner, ,of McKinney. and Uriah Edward Hasty, had the mis-- -. VnnDeveer, of Casey. He came to and biggest men in Eastern Ken- fective in the arrival of passtmger SUphens $500. Geo. Uusse $50, Ash- - t Joseph & Danville, is i ci-- .. !..., tt..-- . vtrwi P.i fortune to brenk an nrm and the bov of influenza. Co., wife nnd two dead thia countv when nbout l' venra nl.l tucky, is dead after n brief illness. trains nt Stanford next Sunday, 20th: tr.ii ia ! Iiuoni. tsn IUIU kJlllIA OUWa of A rhil. and had since made it n F. Padgett $60, Josef Wieland $60, linn had a hard time of it for .tome dren survive. most excel aged 70. He was reared on a moun- No. 24. the early morning train for nenry weeks. Mr. Hnsty says his neighbors lent citizen. The funeral will be tain fnrm, educated himself and aft- Louisville will arrive at4.22; No. 28, Mrs. Mary K. .Morreii ?tu. Jennings Mnupin nnd HkJl $100, Joe Ilussc $100, Miss Sal-li- e nnd Dr. J. T. Morris were very kind Reeves, of Richmond, sold to Thomns preached at Buffnlo Cemetery nt O.Jr. erward became interested in the coal the passenger from Richmond to Sam A. Louisville. 3:06 No. 22. Uogie $100, J. R. Morreii $10n, to him nnd them during the time. Ueathernge for a Mississippi party tomorrow, Saturday morning.'by Dr (.business, becoming one of the biggest evening passenger P. M.:Atlanta. the from 5:52; Tern Mead $100. Walter Sims $50, ii. j. urazeuon, alter which all that operators in Kentucky, lie was a two fox hounds for S150. Mrs it. i. oopcr $50, Jesse Juines WnlU $60. Hnrvcv Snow $60, M0 Mrs. Ella Chonnult Watts, wife of is mortal of tho good man will be laid staunch democrat and n Baptist. Dr. rso. 0, the evening K. C., 9:15; No. 27, Oscar Vest $5". E. P. Claypool $50, F G llrent $50. .1 E. llruce $600. Vt. U. Watts, of l.exnlL'ton. is ileml nt nway to await the resurrection morn. Gatliff took great interest in educ- -. the morning local from Louisville to 1). R. Adams $60 Mrx. Mth-ib- i tionnl work nnd gave large sums to Richmond. 11:03; No. 23, the mornSim Martha I). Withers $50, Etta L. Mil- - the home of ber daughter. Mrs. Harry LAST TIME OUT WITH TAX BOOK Cumberland College, located in his ing passencer from Louisville to At160. Sevmore MeMullen $60, .1 W. lor $1,000. I.. S. Garner $100 M. Blantnn, at Richmond. I am going to give the people one home town, Williamsburg. A. W II. Shanks $3,500. J. S. Hocker lanta, 11:39; No. 21. the evening pasChrisman $100, David Ilurton $50. According to the Advocate Dr. J. more chance to pay senger from Louisville to Atlanta, tnxes withIt. DiiTan $60. Ernie Micra $50. Wil-- n $1,000, C. E. Tate $2,000, W. G. J. Byrne, the populnr out having to come theirStanford to nnd CHOCTAW to 11:51; No. 10. the morning K. C. for Fstes $2on, Som Trowbriilge Gooch $2,000. T. A Rice $2,000, optometrist, who frequently "makes" do so. but this positively is the Inst Mrs. T A. Rice $1,000. Frank Phil- Stanford, will Amonir the sneakers of prominence Cincinnati, 4:25. $sn Ktes $100. Liienn locate in Danville. time I shall leave my ojlice with the who will come to Kentucky to speak Phillips $500, 10O, Daniel Ncwsom $100. Eli Eftes lips $.".i.O, Mrs. James M. uea. Forest KUU, Real $1.0C0, J. A. McDon- ami probably the oldest 91 years old tax books. I will be at the Turners- - for Stanley nnd tho democratic nom- BE CARF.RiL AROUT YOURSELF stoo. w. r. Kigsny native-bor- n THESE HOT DAYS r, S100. Mrs. Annie Jnmeit ald $100, R. C. Hocker $600, Jns. resident of Shelby county, was struck villo Smiiilv Store next Saturday. inees for Congress, ia Congressman Ilern You can avoid much of the suffer$100, Miss Sue linker $!260. Earl Willian , $600. Lee Perkins $500, and killed by n Southom freight Oct. 10th. nt 1 P. M.: at Crab Or- Charles D. Carter, of Oklnhomn, who chard Tuesday, Oct 2": at Huston-vill- is a Helm il.000 Mr. and Mrs. J. Choctaw Indian ing from heat and keep yourself in l llaker $U60. Mr. O. P. King $100, 15. Hn.-r- J Wednesday. Oct. n Fotir $a.r00. Welch Roehostor train. Jl 600 J. II. I!rovn Eugene 11. Cheathman, formerly ney, Thursday. Oct. 23; at McKin- The chairman of tho campaign com- finest trim mrainst typhoid, malaria, Mrs. L. S. Ekler $1.0iO, Am S. Rice mittee of this county has written chills, and other summer complaints, t,000, S. T. or Danville, but for a number of 2t; nt Kiners ibO, W. P. White $50, $100. u S rilder $lo. Jenn u. ur-jru- Harris $1,000. Chas. Withers $600, veam nn attorney in Indiananolis. has Mountain, Friday. Oct. 25. At the headquarters asking for u speech nt by taking plenty of Vin Henatien. the grcnt herbal preparation for regulat latter place I will bvp the irrailed Stanford from him. I C. Goodwin $60, Mr. Mr. H '".. Skiles $50 J M. Gover been appointed judge ndvoente $60, of the ' hool tax books nnd those who owe TiOO, Mr. II. ing me vital organs, cleansing the Cnheri'.e 11. McMUU-- r $10,700 K K. $50u. II (' liauirhmon ST''ikI Infantry. their school taxes will ?lease let me WIFE SOON rOLLOWS HUSBAND system, toning up the ncrvos. brain .ind Mrs. R. Cain fjOu. Glover Hester $100. A- C. Betihi 4H j:00. MNn further effort will made in "ivo them n reeeint II. C. Bau"h- On Inst Tuesday mornlncr lbert Vontimenigan $100. Jake Mvom M. Itl.ti.kt: by $1.00. '. A. Sinicle-io- ii Congrest to continue the dsvlmht John and muscles. Come or send in for n Vn'U! W. .ninileni $100. Cooper $10. Adololi 2.0i n $100. W. engineer, who bottle and begiiA tnling it nt once. ' mp iiljnj. It wa Hittiouncod yes- man. blieriir of Lincoln county 2tFord, n VonGruemgnn $100, Mr. Harr) Miss Emu i Hun $100. Mrs. J. H. terday that the hands of the clod. $1 r.eu- - Lincoln PhnrmacV. Stanford. Kv.: A. ."n 7.." t ,"havi 'died Sun J. Weddle & Son. Hustonville, Ky. oper $200. would be turned Imck .liwth- - $.',o. C. V. Gwitiv & Son R0 Fslei $.Wi.' . Mr. G H one hour on W .11. rieitiH JAJX"1!?,? AV nun .tune iiaoois -- ;.t.i Dr .1. W Webir $luu Will Hck- r.. i..n Isuinb II. Grimes $50. Miw Sasniui'ili October 27th. HOPES TO M'CHESNEY' the .- 1-1 Heck $60. P T. Reynolds $W. Per.c. er $lm, J M. Rankin S'.OOO. W. P. Gov. TO acres "i m,0for,li1( onhe"ann3lZee 'nl d In an answerSEND letter from tho n 8.: i .Robinson tour of Stanley, on of an unattended Will Maryland $50. (; , Mueluinnii Jt.OOO. Ucsser $f0. Georre Wilder of thpirs ,, aUu.miKy chairman of tho to a inspection the Base Hos- near campaign committee Thursilay. but the bid Miss ry Akins $50. W. C. Illnnkenshin $50. It. ii . NtA-lnngave out a statement that he wns not accented ami the land was ill of the fearful epidemic. aM..g him to send Hon. II. V. Sophie A) B. Jones pital, rt $,:i'0, J $D0, R. A. Lawrence $500. T. J. found onlv the most tender care taken down by DirTwiddie & Owens, to this county for a couple NEGRO VOLUNTEER DIES 8 'Uurtim..ii $1,000, $60, Mrs. Geo. Dcllonle $1,700, 2 t0O J..' Mule Mrs". W. P. Pucha' tn $ I. .o). Hurry taken of the sick soldiors at Camp the West End lend brokers. Henry Adams, colored, who vol- of speeches, Hon. Jainps Garnctt. Jim MrCormack $500, Adam P. sold Ht lf,n milk rami Sllfl In 11 'T, unteered beforo war was declared, chairman of the speakers' bureau of f.n iiui v Hir. .Ijic.U tftit. J. Jr.. $.'50. How- $60. M. S. Jackman $100, W. R. emoryenev hospital of 500 beds.Jemev heifora nt Sin nn.l Knn i. Ilia died in the service nt Netr Haven, the present cnninn'gn. wivs that on $H. Geo Dvhorde wn ll $100. Sara Wood $60, Sue r.rd N itli'.! opened m forluboek at $1.0. A big crowd attended Lonn., nnd his body wns brought account of the "flu" at Camp Tavlor, i!6t), T. I ewl- - d .""i K. 11. the large numberagbington to enrosuf- Wouer $50, II. J. MrRobvrts $160, of war workers the sale. homo for burial nt Crab Orchard Mr. MfChesnev is a very busy man, h 200. $'i00, Jno. V. WouiU S,",lln I. B '"Rrnf Loinui R. HUL'hos . nt If tho enldemie abates Riifflciant-I- y ferintr from Spanish Influenza, for1 Thursday. He was 20 years old ursui $100 Dr. J. F. which nccommndHtions atenhenson $600. Mrs. Ilettie I U mutt Mrs. V. P. nvnil-abl- e ANNUAL MEETINGS POSTPONED influenza is said to hnvu caused and to permit him to enter the arouiot C Eubank tl.000. r.n Gn. T. Kllov So0. J. II. Ends lldin $50u his Tha Red Cross Chapter hore Is demise. in city nnd private institutions. nt all, he will certainly como .mi !?100. Mia. W. A. 3100. Jos. II. Woods $500. II. II Mrs. E. A. Tho constitutionality of tho Fed- in reeoirt of the following from R. tu Stanford. e 50, M. F. Lawrence $100. F. Hatcher $lu Mr. ind Mrs. P. L. Fd' corrupt practice act. ns npplied C. Ballard Thurston, nssistnnt manFARM TAKEN DOWN AT $11G 1L II. Dnw $60, eral ReJd $500, Leonn Weitzel $60, Geo. Rruco $200, to Primary elctions, will be testod ager Lake Division for Kentucky: Henry Hudenu wns not willing to taVc SLOGANS AND MORE SLOGANS 100. IJ. I.. Kagnly in tho ("ri'wfonl 100, Wm. Severance M. 1. laneei The slogan dunug tho Liberty On account of the epidemic of United States Supreme Court Mnr. acre olTered liv $600, Mm. J. Fox Puddorar $200, $100, W. II. MiAinnty $500 Mrs. G. as mi outgrowth of the hearing ni'tluonia now existing, all Red Cross tin for his 103 acres of Frankin the Bond Drivo wn.s "A Bond in Every land Salllo Mills Crnlir $100. Mrs. M. 1). C. Rose $100. T: T. Unv $M. E. C. the republican senatorial primary in Chapters in Kentucky nro hereby in-- 1 West End, Home." Thnt feat has about been Jcnown as tho old Pipes BUnoro $1,000 W. A. Tribble $10.1, Walton $500. M xs Ea Rankin $260, Michigan. . siruciuu to ,. postpone meir nnnual pince, nt public auction Tuesday, nnd nccomplished and ryorc bonds have D. N. Jones $100, Minnie Htraub $50, .irs. .i. hi. ki' ti sjnu, rtii-s- w. it. The militurv deficiency bill carry- MflnMn.M ..Ulll MA.l.n-.l- .. v. n... I10..1 the snlu wus declared off. A very been sold than this county was asked. VllllUniKl IIVIW1IK3 t.t'l, ...lltl, A. A MrRoborts S100, Wm. P. Tuto Slianks $50, M . J. B. Paxton Now let's have ns our slogan "Win good crowd was prosent. Miss Annie Dunn $200 Mr. W. ing $0,345,755,000 for the enlarged to Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1918. 360. Mrs. A. C. Mooro $100. S. T. With Stanley nnd Holm," nnd see that war program, was reported to tho Hrfrris $1,000. Mrs. Daisy Waller a. i:mury $100, Mrs P. r, MeRob House by tho Appropriations Com- BIBLICAL; RECIPE FOR BREAD NO MORE AUTOLESS SUNDAYS wo go "over tho top" with them. STiO. Jus. Hlvvra erts $100. Miss Jcinii Neululld $100. 4Kft Tnl.n J Mvpi-F"0' Administrator Garfield has Tho election Is just two weeks off Horo is a wnrtlme reeino for brend mittee. It provides $0,152,002,000 $60.' P W. Carter $50, Dr. Joseph Mrs. W. G. Gooch $500, Misses Alieo for tho nrmv, $107,217,000 for the takon from the Bible. In the nlntli lifted tho ban on gasolineless Sun. from Tuosduy. Get busy and see that I.ttftllen $50. Jcnnio 1. Eubnnks $100, nnd Rose Alcorn $7C0, K. S. Alcorn navy, nnd $70,000,000 for family days, offecivo at oneo. Should stocks tboso gentlemen nre winners beyond verso of the fourth chapter of Ezek- jltta L. Millar $150, Elizabeth ' $'JG0, Mr. and Mrs. William Sever- again fall damrerouslv low. it is iierndvcnturc of douht. iel it stntes "Tnl,,. limn nl of soldiers nnd sailors. j. uuiiiuu iiurrcu l.ld.1 UCll uennam (art" 00linn Mr.. mil... 1,'$uu,""'t 11 i'u, nunWnrrmi CRO Mlu $o-i- - Pnrls newspapers applauded Prel thee wheat and barley and bonus unin siuieu uy the fuel Administration, KILLED ON WAY nnd I M l'lL... o.ll K, TO CHURCH .y juiy nail fiuv, nut .tltfinvio '' "u dent Wilson's reply to Germany. Tho lentils and millet and fitches and put lno request will bo renewed luiltl innn In tho Courier-Journalnftft.l tlCO Mrs mm L. Reinhnrt $50,.. Anno S'ir.nUullou $300, Mrs. James Gooch letups terms mo nolo ns "n struiuia tnem in ono vessel ...... .,.., "Fifty vsnlA 4lh tot. r. .I...... NQ SCH00L NEXT WEEK t,ii '" M'u nn,n. lV.in tr.n m. blow." It is declnrod thnt tho Ger-- ' bread thereof." i 11...1.. .rn Years Ago" column this itom apRobinson $50, Woman's Club of man government will bo forced tu The Interior Journal is nske.l to peared Wednesday: "A negro by the W. L. McCnrty $1,000, riiilrw $500, (.Ta. Cnrnentcr $200. P, C. Pritchett Stanford $50, Mrs. William Tribble b.e n" sc1001 nxt numo of Boylo Owsley was murdered publication ftnt? that4he! d J. M. BLAIR SUCCUMBS eor.n rvitn. sxri Xfin. r,l it. II 1I..1 I'ntlin Alcirn sr.n Mm that thu will como ns of tlio noto wto Sth,. Stanford of the other church with friend. his man tc it a bombshell J. M. Blair, un L. & N. dispatcher. J,?!' School nor at nny Graded an., at Lancaster n white on A wy unoWrkiSSO.' Cnlvin Bright '$50. Jus. Adams $100 H N. Jones ? 100 Felix Max, Solf nnd tho kaiser's .rovern who 1ms workod oxtru horo sevorul Kn known to date slipped up behind him Buws'on 360 V L. Pence $250, A. JVhlto $200, Salem & Salem $250. G. ment. limes, died at his home, nt New Hope scho1 houM of tho c"tyJ. Klgirty $50, J. A. Freeman $200, ;Irn,M"8.tor8 "00' Uhon Cnmpbe'l Gerninny's reply to President Wil of Influenza this woek. He had quite STANFORD BESTS LANCASTER nnd sent a bnll from a pistol Into Kicbaru II ester Jfoo, W. M. Miller huruk iuuur ou, jrans son hinges on developments in tho a nuniber of friends hero. Including Ttle f00t bnll team of the Stnnfnr.1 Owsley's back." ..,. f p""." NnVe 350, L. P. Nun- - Dpooiuiniuro uuu, u. r. iiuuman uu, internal airairs of tho Central Em- (l.o ,l..nnf ,.n,l !, $100, Gc"r Iicc',r f.6?- - Glarenco Moore pires mid on tho Battlefield. This hU donth has "caused them much urudoii and lugn Hunool wont to uin- - HUGHES & M'CARTY MAKE SALE nefly $200, A. Ci Mooro $200, R. C. Hughos & McCury. tho Stanford enster Friday nnd dqfented tho school . Arch Mcloberts $100, 11. F. was tho view of Washington ofilclms sorrow. $1,000, Geo. Crawford itnnm thorn ft tn.t nt tnnt l.nll real otttata men. sold for M. S. Jack. P. T. Reyn- - fnin $100. E.T. Pence, Jr.. $200, Wednesday. It wns learned that $100, Bailey man bis farm of about 17 acres, near olds $50. J. M.'Grubbs $60. Lillian L. W. A. Tribute $860, llnrry Hill $100, and not Prince Mnximilinn KILLED IN ACTION NOTICE LAST CALL Dr. J. T. Morris, on the Somcwut "'Wilier $1,000. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. P.'ewel Iox $100, Dr. L. J. Jones was tho promo mover In tho peace of News conies that Thomns Thorn- I or ono of my deputies will bo nt pike, to G. M. Burton, of Boyle coua- oU. "" J; n- frlunn 1,000. II. B. King $500, Mm.' Humble $60.";, lManl V?0' $50. fensive, tno ucrmnn military ehlof I ion. sort oi jonn inornion. ot tno rtimrs Alountnin umi ivnvnrainrn it, rn. to nnn i ii..: Lawrenco $50, declaring tho soldiers faced serious Mllledgevillo section, was killed In Saturday, Oct. 19th, to take lists. J. moved with his family to Alnin DU $60, Itcnn A. C. Carman (Continued rrjedn Robinson on Second Page.) ' bhortago of munitions nnd supplies, nction in France. 83-N. Cash, 'tax usseor. Mich. ? Iron Bait Tonic LIBERTY LOAN HONOR ROLL Following Ik a Hat of those who lrnva bought fourth Liberty Lonn Bonds. If your name does not an- r and you have purchased bonds of the present 'Issue, notify us nnd will cheerfully Insert It with the rest. If Is does not appear because you have not done your duty In to the purchase of bonds, ask yoursoir tr you are a Rood citizen: E. W. Conklcy $200, Mrs. Mattlo Cooch $60, J. M. Reynolds $450, et RELIEVES "GRIPPE" Members of The Stanford Christian Church: al h Sin-ulct- LINCOLN HAS DONE HER BIT Lincoln county has done her bit In the sale of Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds and this paper is delighted to tell its renders this nftnrnnnn Hint she has sold more than her quotn. one was nsKOCl to dispose or $338,- ,uu n nuitii. ijul win murmur r I .An. pf the best county In the State hnvu bought bonds scvcrnl thousand dol-Inin excess of. that amount. I took soma work, but Chairman J. S. jiocKcr nnu Assistant Chnirmnn W. II Shanks nnd their noble band of helpers were more than equal to tho ocension. nnd ns n result wn nm ("over the top" good nnd strong. The ;West End did her part nicely, the East End exceeded expectntions, the South Fnd did nil that was asked of ncr, wmie htnnronl, ns usual, outdid herself. Cbnirnnin .1. K Unow... .ni.i this morning, nnd by the way, he is about the hnppicst mnn in tho coun- Ity. "The I.oan has been raised by the cooperation of the good people o'f the county both men and women, nnd )I nm proud of what wo have done. (Our people have never faltered when nsiscii to do their duty, but this wns a big task, nnd the fact that they (more than accomplished the desired end. makes mo nmuder ihnn nu. that I live among them. I nttribute the success of the drive to three rs I house-to-hous- (A-I-- w -- ' ci n In-vr- m well-know- n Lee-mJ.- n Mr.-Isai- U'-n.- ,,- S," Eu-linn- k' ""?' .r'.ti'u v. well-know- n FULL-BLOODE- r Hm-ve- e, full-blood- n i 1 well-know- Kl-li- :0. r WhiinV FiS fr ni-i.- i.. m..i.. I M-- . ) 1 ! cnn.-rnii- rn 1 . r ''. I i $1.-20- 0, 1 h ' , ? 's j w In - ". lnn. I!erar 2t xf? .hMKMPVMF'P -- ,K- - H ifc- l- .?jI V".! Il . 1 mtkMkM w& j v'st" iVV -- r PgeTw 1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Fridays Oct. 18, 1918 s I rfi Hopkliw fM, L. f LIBERTY LOAN HONOR ROLL PAINT LICK $100, Hugo Schmltx $60, Jm Bowl- aon $200, Mrs. & AMERICAN PACKERS DOING BIT Wlbm $106, Mri. MOM PAS)! ONI ing $100, J. A. Carter $300, J. W. M. S. Blanton $100, J. L. M. Hopkins 8ndr $1M, R. C Cttytt IW.'J. W. Hon. John F. White Is visiting his American packer aro dotnir far Florence Robinson $60, MarshalU Hocker $100, E. R, Colcmnn 1600, more than merely furnishing ment daughter, Mrs. R, G. Woods. Baylor $60, Mrs. J, H. Tfcompann Carlos Hendricks, of Lexington, Ncwland $100, J. W. Acsy $100, Leo Stone $400, W. K. Warner $100, $60, Jcmes Rlcuby $50, Dewey Kin fooda to the soldiers and sailors 01 Wm. H. $60, Mlsa Salena Rovm $60, fi. It. $100, Ml Iva TlwmpKHi IIM, J. H. nc nttended the burial of Hnvs Lcdford. Chas. Carter $50, Dr. E. J. Brown J. W. Baughman $200, the United State and her allies, $60, The protracted meeting at old $100, Dr. D. B. Southard $50, A. C. Baughman J. C. McClary King $60. Andrew Kin $160t N. T. Thompson $.100, W. D. Jmim $198,, cording to C. S. Churchill, advisory V. Mannlng-$60uncrintendent for Swift & Company. Paint Lick will be called off on ac Coffey $100, O. W. Spears $200. W. $4,000 Lucy IL.Beazley $100. Hen- - Gutman.JCO, McClcllan A. Thompson Godfrey Tuchant $60, L. R. M. Mom W. C. Pettus'fieO, J. Bailey B. Hill $1,000, John E. Dyo $1,000, son Dyo $1,000, C. W. Lovell $100, $50. W.L. King $50. who addressed' the Americnn Ment count of the Influenza, $100. A. V. King $100, C. II. Rob- - $100. Mrs. W. T. Cover $60, Mm. J. Mrs. Mariah Hays, of Richmond, R. L. Hubblo $2,000, A. C. Coffey Mrs. It. H. Woods $100, J. C. Packers' convention Monday. Agnea I). Willi $60, Hcrrln $500, R. C. Hocker $600, Mrs. bins $100. M. N. Bobbins $100, J. H. $1,000. Mrs. W.Mrs. Cnlne $60, Mm. "Tho srcneral public realizes little wnt here Saturday to look after the $100, Richard Hester $500. H. II. R. O. of tho work that tho packer is doing sale of her homo place near Paint Davis $200,, Henry Jnmcs $100, II. R. C. Hocker $100. J. Fox Dudder-a- r Green $100, W. $100, SaviorD. $1.00), Mary Rlchcrt $50, Mrs. Ma (I. Farm. Boono 0. It. Young '$50, J. S. Turnln $50. $1,000, W. II. 1II1I $1,000, Paul If. II. Howard to win the war," said Mr. Churchill. Lick nnd Lowell. Daugherty $50, J. D. Willis Finch $300, Wm. Mocr nnd wife $100. J II. Bustle $60, Clarence Col- er $100, J. II. Bsntctt $100, D. K. Our business houses closed their "Wo arc furnishing a great deal of $100, J. M. Farris $60, Enh. Mason $60, W. M, U. N. Swan $50, material for the manufacture of mu nlnrrs of business Wednesday nnd $100, National Bank Sam Robinson $200, Jno. Irvln $60, J. D. Wearen lier $50, Andrew Bailey .Skiles $100, Lnwson $60, John Helton $60, C. II of Hustonville $100, Sue Woner $50, I.ucllo nnd Ed Brown $50. O Raymond including elvecrinc. potash the local committee went after the 100, nitions, Shnrkclfnrd $50. John S. King Todd $100, T. J. Stlgall $100, Kd $10,000, Peoples and sulphuric acid. Our sheep skins people for the Fourlh Liberty Loan ville $10,000. V. D.Bank of Huston- Carter $50, Snllle and Mnrgarct .1 K. Geo. 11. Harris $60, T. Y. Shayv Hosklns $100, Sam Johnson $50, W. Snow $50, Willlo Hocker $50, J. T. Blanks $50. Min $60. iirivn. manufacture cold-proarc used to C. O. Banking V.M. Davis Mr and Mrs. Harry Francis "mnde Hincs $50, Eunice Pepples $60, Mrs nie R. Wcldley $000. Dora Wcldlcy $260, Mack Byrd $200, E. L. W llon C. Hosklns $50, a. Hatfield $50, Co. coats. $60. $1,500, Mrs. U. J. Pepples $50. "Rverv no u ml of wool that we have a flying trip to Louisville to pur- - John Mrs. Hugh Mrs. W. E. Hilton $150, Jno. F. Englcmnn $200, C $60, J. II. S.Povnter $50. H. Shprlntis W. Rcld $50, Gipson Carson $60, W Davis $60, Rcld $1,000, Mrs. J. Hays Foster $100, E. L. Godbcrry $600, J. is taken by the Government ns fast rhnse some household effects pre V r, II. Boono $200, W. S. Cash $200, J W. D. Ncwland $50, J. O. It. as wo produce it, ami me price is paratory to going to housekeeping at Joe Saunders $50,$50, E. Gaines $2'j0. $50. P. M. McRoberts $100. W. A $100, Jr . $60, C. M. Boone $60. Ed W. McGulrc $100, S. L. Stephenson Tnrkington W. K. Wnrncr Brent $100. F. P. Spoonnmorc $600, fixed by the Government. There isn't Paint Lick. L. P. Nunnclley $.100, Wm. sicpnenson sou, The teachers arc having such a $60, R. J. McAllstcr $1,000, B W. J. E. Bruce $1,000, II. K. Spongier Dycliousc $.'U(, u. i Mrs. Julia Brown $100. a pound or stock food manuinciurcu I.andijraf $60, Leo Eyer $100, Aug$100, Mrs. G. W. Snnnglcr $60, J. i . J C Hayes Brown $100, M. M. Perk. being used to help time to find honrding houses that Given $500. W. II. Underwood $50, todav that it not ust Abt $100. F. II. Schuman $50. W. II. Hester $500, W. P. Giv- - Wilson $500, Luther Collctt $100, $100. W. J win the war, because it goes to put fhprn is some talk of having n tench Ins $60, Mrs. M M. Perkins $50, S. J. F. Cover $500, Miss Martha E live stock that is unuiy ers' home built on the grounds to ob ens $250, D. W. Lynn $200, J. T. William Davis $50, W C. Hosklns T Cummins $100, I) J. Rigsby $60, Sacray $500. weight on Dunnway $100, Oscar Jones $000, $100, Boncy Adams $100. O. II. Co) needed by our soldiers and sailors. viate this trouble in the future. Misses Alma nnd Mary Lear have Jns. Powell & Depp' $1,000, J. N. The tons of fertilizer which we manTAXES . Richardson. 19 Cash $500, Joe Murphy $300, Ander380 15 17 UNREDEEMED LAND TO RE SOLD rOR Ken lucky, J II. S. T. Roberts, ncres ufacture aid in growing more crops returned from Oklnhoma where the." son Nunnclley $200, Grovcr McKoch-ni- e . 420 of 13.55 00vacres In accordance with the laws of he Stat e to the highest Mrs. B. Roberta. 1 ncro .. that will be used later to feed more nttendofl the Confedcrnto reunion. Mrs. . 400 $100, John F. Englcmnn $200. now in full force. I will sell at public sale 12.95 niftier tn the hun. Glue has They sny they had the time of their . James Sharp, 55 ncrcs . 550 B. 19.0R mucn. its uses. Soap certainly is a big lives and enjoyed tne trip very nccept Jnmcs G. Denny $1,000, J. $500Paxton and best bidder, the following described P''Afc."- SI, 000. W. B. O'Bnnnon . James Sims, 30 acres 200 11.12 J. D. much thereof ns to pay the tax, cost nnti Miss Marie Bnllard did not item. Albumen is another highly . C. 100 4.R1 J. Williams. 83 ncres important product, it is now used in a position ns one of our tenchers. Willis $100, Mrs.M. Grubbs $50j Wm. due the State of Kentucky nnd county of Lincoln by tho Joe C.Abb. Dunn 181 2 ncres . . Mnttlc Goocn $5 t.M the construction of aeroplanes. There Mis Lucv Francis will take the nlccc- F. W. $50, v $100, C R. Coleman pnrtlcs hereinafter mentioned. 10s) or the County Rise Bailey, 1 acre Cookie . 0 17 This snle will take place at the door nre also many other products, too of Mrs. B. B. Montgomery, who kin.l- $20,000. II. F. Lewis. $100. W. T. 100 . 17 Court Clerk's office in Stanford, Kentucky, on the 21st, Maggie Bright, 1 acre numerous to mention, not one of ly taught for one month, till n teach- Tucker $1,000. James Hunt $250. T. 22nd nnd 23rd days of October, 1918. at 2:30 o clock Qlav Brown, 1 ncre . 10 8.81 which, I believe, docs not have nn er for the fifth nnd sixth grades could J- Hill, Sr.. $1,000. T. w. Jones $1.- 1011 . until further notice. Will Bruce, town lot SRI P M , and will continue thereafter important place in the conduct of be secured. Simnlp Title will he civen the highest James Graves, 30 acres T. $500, 100 8.81 James Marct. an old school mate of 000, Geo. H Fnrris $500. James T. the war. We, of Swift & Company, James 100 8.81 AND NOT ANY OF THE PROPERTY Will Harris, lot to George II. Fnrris nnd bst bidder believe in giving credit where credit thi writer, mnde a flying visit . 100 481 Thev went to Pleasants $500. A. E. Phillips $50. WILL BE SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION THEREAFTER. Tim Hnydcn. 1 ncre is due and I want to say that our Pnlnf T.IMr Sntnrrfnv. H. D. Phillips $50. . 75 8.07 Any pnrtlcs desiring linnl opportunity lo redeem ineir Will Hays, lot labor haa performed cheerfully tho his old home near here, tho changes $250, Sam Fisher E. T. Pence. Sr.. II. in Stan100 . 8.81 giant tasks set for us by the Food were so many it made him almost $50, A. L. Carter $50. J.Scott Woncr property can do so by seeing me nt my officemailing to Geo. Higgins, 2 ncres Ham-llto- n $200 100 J, S. Jnckson, lot 8.81 ford. Ky., on n dny previous to the sale, or by Administration. No order has been heartbroken to sec the changes that M. $200, J. H. Poyntcr $100, J. . 7 01 100 me Greenville h.y-- i ly registered mall, check or money Liza Logan, lot too big, no Job too overwhelming for hnve taken place in fifty yenrs. Estridge $50, J. B. Wade $100, Joe 10 8Rt them. Kccognition 01 wis willingness James is now living in Winchester nnd P. Chancellor $100, T. B. Hnmmonds order for amounts as hereinafter set out, giving correct W McMullcn, 6 ncres 100 8.81 to serve has resulted in an increase is connected with the Dixie High-wr.- $1,000. Leslie e address for receipt to be returned, and the lien Wcs. Prnmnn, I ucre Carter $500. B. M. 200 Jess Snllce, lot 11.12 for male labor totaling more than released of record. Cowan $200, C. C. Tapp $50, Mrs. will be properly Very respectfully yours, Lucy Smith, 1 ncre 200 8.25 100 per cent since February, 1916. Susie Adams $100, E. H. Ballard LANCASTER 200 Ellen Whitley, 20 ncres 8.25 W. It. GRAY, In tho case of our female help the inMrs. J. B. Kinnoird has returned $500. Mrs. E. II. Ballard $500, J. S. Willis Whitley. 1 acre .. even greater, this 1.8! crease has been 10 Revenue Agent for State at Large. $100. W. M. Mobley $50. J. 100 J M. Adams. 76 ncres 8.81 now receiving 105 per cent from Louisville. help 1912 Miss Annie Mnrgarct Elkin left C. Hays $1,600. George C. (itvens 9.63 260 Tax. Mrs. E P. Booker, lot .. than in 191C." more Value. $200, J. II. McIIorgue $100, Mrs. J. 480 17 40 To take care of the war business, Tuesday for Washington City. $20.79 J B. Bryant. 83 ncres . $ 800 W. T. Alsman. 20 acres Mrs. Jennie West, of Tulsa, Okla., C. Eubanks $500, Mrs. Belle Perkins J. W. Moore. 10 acres 76 8.05 Mr. Churchill said that all tho pack12.32 J C. Collins, lot 260 $500. Mrs. T. W. Jones $200. Miss 100 8.81 13.24 R. I Dishon, 4 ncres 300 ers in the country had been forced is the guest of Mrs. W. T. West. is Etta Miller $100. Mrs. Logan Hubble John Coffey. 2 acres Ely, Ky., Mrs. T. K. Watson, of 160 10.00 12.32 Robert Frailer, 16 acres to build new freezers and buildings 250 $200, Mrs. H. J, McRoberts $50. Mrs. May Caldwell. 1 acre M. Fnrra. 2500 0181 13.24 D. G. Holmes, 125 acres 300 of overy description at a cost two to the guest of Mrs. John ... Seay Conley, 5 acres r Mrs. D. M. Lackey is the guest of Laura E. Hundley $50, Mrs. Nannie Tom Elliott, 42 ncrcs 50 7.69 20.11 II Kidmen, lot three times greater than . .. 500 . J. Lawrence $50, Miss Mattio May John Mrs. J. M. Copcrton at Richmond. 3700 88.90 9.81 W. E Sam, 10 acres 100 coit. Graves. 30 ncre.i . . Carter $2,000. Miss Annie Belle CarMiss Katherinc Wnrriner. of Payne, lot paid tribute to the government 1000 He 9.81 Mnrthn 100 2fl.0 acre Will Hays, is the guest of Mrs. S. A. ter $2,000. Mrs. George F. Deborde Mrs. M. C. Higgins, 2 acres rt.fi 1 100 inspectors of the Rureau of Animal 7.88 J C. Povne. 16 ncres 100 $50, Mrs. Elizabeth Kolep $50 Mrs. 300 10.8r K.34 Mrs A Smith, 100 ncres Industry and of the army who select Walker. 100 Susan B. Ycager $100. F. Lee Hill Elizn Logan, 1 acre Misses Martha Gill, Helen Gill and 100 8.81 9.81 D. Buchanan, 1 ncrp the meat and said: "In addition to the . . ... 100 George Miller, M acre Mrs. Honey 100 8.8 1 safeguard that this is to the soldier Mrs. Frank Mnrksbury motored to $250, S50. Miss SueHelm $100, Jack John Morrison, 13 acres . . 9.81 E Buchnnan, 1 ncre 100 Rout $50. Miss Rout A.RI 100 12.38 Jasper Collins, lot and sailor, it is a safeguard to us. It Louisville and spent several days 300 Mary Moore Raney $50, W. II. Hays Frieda Owsley, lot 100 safeguards us frorr attack from those SRI 20.51 Howard Guest, 1 acre 400 acres agConn Tinsley left $100, J. 11. Hill $800, Earl V. Spoon-nmor- e Elmer Attlff. 150 acres Mrs. Katherinc 100 ..81 who from their own personal 10.01 Noah Schooler, 8 acres 250 George Bollard, 70 O. Martin grandizement or for other reasons Thursday for New York City after Sydney $100. W. $2,050, L. C. $100. Antone Biston, 02 ncrcs . . 200 11.12 14.50 J E. Ardcrson, 1 ncre . 200 King Dunbar of several weeks' visit to her parents. BOO may seek to criticise unjustly one 2I.3R 14.50 John Acton, 74 ncres 200 5600. Mrs. M. M. Sweeney $50, Jas. F. F. Brocton. 34 acres , 200 11.12 39.37 hd Adams, 42 ncrcs the few industries that in the early Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cunn. 1320 Brock, 130 ncrcs Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Ynntis and Mrs. Wright $500, Rowan Saufley $100, Jane Cummins. 114 ncrcs ( Bastin, 15 acres war, and up to the pres150 9.87 days of the 17.35 J 300 W D. B. Hubbell $100, W. P II. Baugh. 100 am 000 time, has continued to supply our Bessie Dudderar returned to their T.100, J. O. Bailey $500, E.S. R.Embry John S. Gill. 74 acres .. 20.45 ent 93.25 3125 . Cole$ 100 F N. Cummins, 75 ncres 881 Government with what it wanted, a home in Indianapolis after n visit to man $500, II. C. Anderson $1,000, I). V Holmes, 125 acres 93.25 ;irjf. . here. 27.2 r 900 42.71 F M Esbrath. 100 acres . it wanted it. when it was needed, friends and relatives was hostess ot a Mrs. K. C Walton $600, Smith Ran Field Holmes. 50 acres 1260 .. . Mrs. V. A. Lear 100 ta.tr without quibble ns to price. 17.35 G. W Estes. 10 acres 300 were kin $250, Lindsay Rankin $500. W, Fred Kroger. 01 acres . . 12 ncro 25 34 800 "That is a record of which we dinner Tuesday. Her guests W 18.00 Mrs. Jno Floyd, 260 est, H. Hicgins $500. Adams Bros. $500 E. L Osbourne. 50 acres Jennie 000 20.3? should be proud, gentlemen. It dem- Mesdames W. M. Elliott. 11.92 John llavdcn, 133 acres 300 Miss Margaret Tipton $50. Miss Min Amanda Smith, 135 acres 138 S.69 onstrates that we are doing not our J B. Kinnaird nnd S. D. Cochran. 31.80 (J D Johnson. 102 nere . 900 Wren 70 acroa R. Buckner Spindle and nie Rupley $50, Miss Mavme Sin- Steven II. Bryant. 30 acres Mrs. 14 v; 472 25.12 Mrs S Mc.Mullen, IB acres1 bit, but our full share toward win.... 800 daughter, Marjoric, have returned to gleton $50. J. E. Bruce $550. C Mob- - MrsF. JCummins, 5 J acres 260 19.86 J W. Mitchell. 32 acre ning this war, doing it cheerfully, 400 U1I Mrs W. E. Hilton $50. Wil- D lev 14 I') 330 26.72 I: II Moore. 31 acros willingly nnd because we arc in th:s their home in Norfolk, Vn., after liam $500. $500. J F. Dudderar $00, Annie Colcmnn, 47 acres 810 Bock snending the summer with Mr. nnd M MS Murph, 100 acres 214'1 33.08 . war to win: and to win, our soldier? 900 P. L. Beck $100, W. M. Dve $100. E. W. Esbrath. 100 acres 150 9 8K 25.92 I orn.r Padgett, 30 acres M'O must be fed and fed with good foi-- ' Mrs R. E. McRoberts. P. I). Fosto. 110 acre George $250. Mrs R. L. Elkin entertained the J. O. Woodson W A Phillip, 119 aero 650 lr. 51 1200 41.43 Thurs- Bright $100, A. C. Moore $100. J J. II. I'ouls. 100 ncros following friends nt dinner 11 1 Pendleton. 30 tr . . 200 20.81 A 50 SUMMING UP THE EVIDENCE Ilutchinjon. 50 acran A. Walter day: Mewlnmes W. It. Cook, Tom $50. Allen $1,000, Joseph R. Mrs. M. E. II Malcy, 80 aeres 9 34 120 20.72 F A Rorera. 18 acrws 050 P. Wallace Walter $1,000. J. A. Amon, S'.Kl 100 18.00 John ScarbrouKh, 20 aeras . 400 Many Stanford Peoole Have Been Slavin. Woods Walker. $100, J N Tarter John Mason, 15 aeres Robinson and Miss C. Underwood S. L. Gibbs. Geo. a si ion 19.85 G A Singleton, 0 arrwi 400 Colled At Witnettea. r.00. Rev. John C Tavlor $50, Mrs. W. J. Morgan. 38 acre 80U Elizabeth Gibbs. 17.38 G ( Stnnsxr, 6 aeres 2i It 300 Bertie Mueller $1,000, Mrs. Alice G. W Raleiuh. 13 acre ISO 9HR 22.04 I. Vunhonk. 1.1 500 Week after week has been pubr.ro C.ien! McAfee $100, Miss Belle Jackson Sayler. 3 1 PRESENT NO VALID REASON 500 17 9'. .. . 19.85 C A Walls. 70 aers 400 lished the testimony of Stanford peoThorn is not a single valid reason Denny $100, Miss Kate Vnnov $50, J. Thns. Bodner. 133 ncres Weslt-y- . 2$ srrw 480 17 4 27.00 Gilbert 700 ple kidnev sufferers backache vic- presented by the republican nominee O. New land $100, J. H. Bnughmnn Hardin Brandunburg, 115 acre 75 30.88 G. C Baker, lot 10B0 tims peoide who have endured many for the Senate and his supporters for $5,000, James Hunt $250. Mike Bog-er- s J. J. Durham, 40 acres 1000 20 8') 7.29 Mrs M. Chrwman, 10 neres .. I'M forms of kidney, bladder or urinary his election. The only excuse for $100. Logan Hubble $1,000, Mrs. Mrs. S. E. Gooch, 1 lot 0 SK 1 60 14.50 G. A. Singleton. 1 acre . disorders. These witnesses have used his candidacy is that he wnnts the Maggie Roalt - ' 200 $500, A. E. Dunn Al Hale, 1 acre 21 17 800 300 12.00 James Alcorn, Sr., 1 Vi ncro .. Doan's Kidney Pills. All have given office and they wnnt n republican vic- $200, W. II. Wearen $1,000. Miss Belle Hudson, 49 acres '12 38 260 15.85 Geo. Armstrong. 2 lots . . .. 300 their enthusiastic approval. It's the tory. They do not pretend that he Lettic Helm $500, J. E. Ilolmnn C. A Hughes. 1 lot 100 SRI aooo 81.61 Charlie Bailey. lot Fame everywhere. .10,000 American is as well equipped for the office as $300, Lilburn Daughertv $50, T. P. Mrs. M. D. Johnson. 10 acros 100 881 14.60 Lyon llroun,l acre . . 200 men nnd women are publiclv recom- Gov. Stanley, nor that be could do Bright $250, Morrison Bright $250, Geo. E. Lucas, 1 acre . . 13 32 300 1260 15.25 Kalor K. Gnode, lot mending Doan's nlwavs in the home more toward winning the war. n W. M. Bright $1,000. B. F. Rout Will Peyton, Jr.. 1 lot 350 14 07 1560 60.69 Frank Goode, 2 lots . acres papers. Isn't it a wonderful convinc- elected, than he. If the republican $100. Mrs. J B. Owsley $1,000, Mrs. D. B. Rowland. 137 Goode, 1 ncre 300 13.3J 14.60 Phillip 200 ing mass of proof? If you are a suf- nnminws were eaunllv as capable as A. E Hackley $100, Mrs. Mnttio E. Dick Helm, 1 lot 1 1.60 12 3R Thos. Helm, 6 acres 250 200 ferer your verdict must be "Try the Governor, he would take at least Skirvin $100, Wm. P. Grimes $2,000, Mack Hocker. 1 acre 100 881 19.80 Win. Hackor, 10 acres 100 Dona first. two years to acquaint himself with S. J. Embry, $1,000, D. M. Anderson, Walter Jones, 8 ncres James Hncker, 5 acros . . 100 8.81 15.86 300 p Here's one more Stanford case. J. D. Wilkerson, 4 ncrcs begin at me oouom. $500. M. C. Newlnnd $100, Peter legislation Geo Ham. 2 acres . 9 7:t 150 produce denier, whereas theand 1913 W. P. Buchanan, $50. E. M. Royalty $50, Will Governor, with his 12 17 9! 500 No. Value. Tax. G E. .Inncs, 20 acros Lancaster St.. says: "A few years ago years of congressional experience Stone $300. J. D. Wearen $100, Mrs. 1 100 8.81 T suffered with a pain across my back $23 94 Andv Jones, 3 acros . $ 790 would nt once become a power in the M. C. Floyd $50, Mrs. W. II. Wearen W. C. Adams. 21 ncrcs 1 8.81 100 110 0.30 M E Jones, lot that hurt so I could hardlv do any- body If Bruner were 10 times ns $50, Mrs. Lee Rupley $50, Mrs. Mar- Mrs. M. C. Adams. 1 lot 1 7 35 50 91.75 John Lucnp, lot 3075 thing. If I stooped or lifted any- competent, there would still be no tha Hamilton $100, Mrs. Will Stone Adolph Bodner, 85 acres 1 8.81 100 19.07 Dnn Martin, 4 aert 472 thing I had a sharp catch across my Irn.ntnn tn hnve a republican suc $50, Mrs. E. D. Ends $50, II. P. Glass-co- x O. M. Drewery, 30 ncres 0 ncros . .. 1 9.7:f 160 13.22 John Mnrtin, 316 kidnevs. The action of mv Mdncys ceed Senator James nnd all things $50, G. A. Brown $100, Curtis Jnmes Helton, 1 lot 1 100 8.81 80 9.98 Chas. Oliver, 10 acros was irregular too. Doom's Kidnev considered it would lie a national ca Wilson $100, Henry Hubbard $100, Will Harris, 1 lot Geo. Sandidgc, 5 ncri'S . 12.3R 1 260 12.05 205 Pills, which I bought at Penny's lamity for him to do so. btnmp un J. R. Taylor $100, W. E. Harness J. W. Moore, 110 ncres . . . 1 100 881 12.85 Will Smith, lot 285 Drug Store soon fixed me up in good j ,1(,r tne r0ostcr nnd help send n real $50, Geo. White $50, Mrs. Nannie Jnmes Sutherland, 30 ncres . Andcr-bon- , 1 735 col., 34 acres 22.04 Wilson $50, J. B. Adams $50. J. P. 1915 friend to support the President. kl"l!'" 00c, at all dealers. Don't 1 8.73 106 LI Smith $50, J. II. Harness $50, Kph. Dick Baughmnn, col., 2 acros Value. Tax 210 8.21 Tom (happell. 90 ncrua simply ask for a kidney remedy get llrummett $50, Amos Brown $50, Mariah Brown, col., 30 acres . Coughed So Hb Couldn'l Sleep $ 270 $11 2f 1 8.73 Omar Denny. 12 acros 105 Kidney Pills the same thut G. P. Hendrick-so- n John Coffman, col., 1 lot Doan'a 75 7.81 Bronchial coughs, tickling in throat Fred Deblin $50, 1 Foster-Miibur- n 8.73 John Garvin, 16 acres 106 Rogers $50, J. W. John Graves, col., 30 acros $50, Mr. Buchanan had. 17.11 000 and nsthmntie spasms break one's rest Stringer Gone G. 1 10.39 I). V. Holmes, 126 aero 168 G. Brown $50, J. J. J. Houk, col., 2 ncres $50, Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y system is ;:.- - 2500 53.05 and weaken one so thnt the 1 8.01 Mack Hoxkins, 63 ncros 80 n and serious sickness may M. Reynolds $50. David Street $100. Will Hays, col., 1 ncro 12.25 325 0.30 Morgan Lewis, 10 acros 105 In 1913 the total val.i of dves result . Enos Hnlbert. Poali. Ind.. J. W. French $50, Morgan Slusher Mrs. M. C. Higgins, col., 2 acres ... 1 9.RC 200 1 : 120 10.11 Win Payne. 2 aeros manufactured in the United States writes: "I had a severo cold and $50, J. 11. Livingston $50, J. 11. New-lan- d Will Jones, col., 1 lot 260 10.92 1 0.80 J. D Petri'. 100 ncro 158 $50, J. G. Livingston $50, Mrs. Minny Logan, col., 1 lot was $3.000 000; in 1917 dves worth coughed continually at night could 260 10.92 1 7.16 James Taylor, 3 acros 108 $09,000,000 were made in tlrs coun- hardly sleep. Foley's Honey nnd lar M. J. Doan $50, A. D. Adams $50, Eliza Lognn. col., 1 lot 1000 21.60 1 Hip total will B. D. Holtzclaw $100, T. L. Tucker Drieda Owsley, col., 1 lot 315 10.80 Fred Britton, 13 acres try; it is estimated that ,...., ... 372 13.11 curod my cr.uEh." 2 8.71 Eliza Ifowen. 10 acroa 200 $100, T. B. Montgomery $100. Oscar Elizabeth Burge, 49 acres be swelled to $100,000,000 in 1918. 1190 25.91 203 throughout France de- Holtzclaw $100. J. E. Stigoll $200, Gcorgo Barnos, 50 acres 2 12.71 B. D. Holtzclaw, I acre or AmericanSentiment and that $20,000,000 worth 9.80 200 2 315 -made 13.70 Richard Adams, lot dves will be exported to mands that reprisals be taken for F. B. Scott $200, Josh Wilson $200, W. D. Cummins, 111 ncres 9.8'? 200 towns, Win. Tschaii7 $250. Daniel Spitzer A. F. Dishon, 72 acres 2 houses, 8.19 James Burdette, 0 acres of 7i supply the demands in other nations destruction 9.81) 200 2 2025 03.50 W. L. Logan, l ncro . that were once forced to depend ex- churches, works of nrt and proporty $50, E. F. Bless $100, Osenr Bless D. G. Ilolmon. 125 acros 8.02 2 625 16.30 Will. Lackey, 1 acre . .. by the Germans; not by the destruc- $50, A. Kielbasa $50, Anton Miller Mrs. S. A. Johnson, 115 acres clusively upon Geunany. 160 10.7:i 2 11.20 Chas. Klebs. 00 aeros 210 tion of town for town, but by mak- $100, J W. Collier $100, Mrs. E. C. Joseph Rogers, 5 acres 13.10 380 2 315 10.73 Conrad Parks, 721 acros In an appeal to the people not to ing the Germans replace with gold Holmes $50. William Jackson $50. Mrs. S. A. Smith, 135 acres 110.9.1 0000 2G3 2 J. A. Holmes $200, Fred Goctz $50. C. II. Todd, 24 acres 12.70 James Anderson, 1 acre let victories on the battlefield and and labor each article destioycd. 8.3 1 200 t'has. Trub $50, Herman Distelli $50, Elenn Buchnuun, 1 ncre 105 2 7.80 link liuchnimn, 1 aero pence overtures from the onemv in100 8.21 2 committee of the Fred Beyer $50. J W. Dishon $100, Dick Buchanan, 1 ncro 105 8.91 Alfred Dcloney, 6 acros Liberty Loan, The executive terfere with tho Fourth 9.015 160 106 8.91 Henry Guest. 2 ncros 2 boys 'in Kentucky Equal Rights Association R. A. Robinson $50, D. A. Singleton Thomas Lee, 2 acres Secretory McAiloo said "our 150 i.0 105 2 8.91 Will Welch, Jr., 1 aero the trenches nre not going to stop eent a telegram of thanks to Senator $2,000, J. T. Stephenson $50, Crnb Noah Schooler, 8 ucroa 9.00" 150 3 425 10.08 Charley Welch, 10 acres fighting because the enemy is on the Martin for his vote in favor of the Orchard Lodge No 108, I. O. O. F. M. G. Acton, 74 ncres 200 11.52 210 3 8.48 J. W. Acton, 74 ncres run. Now is tho time to fight hnrder suffrage amendment, and n tolcgrnm $100. Lyne Bros. $100. W. E. Perk- Minny Adams, 10 ncres 400 13.G4 735 3 22.50 John Acton, 74 ncres is of protest to Senator Beckham, urg- ins $500, W. T. Cover $200. Goodwin B. C. Adams, 1 12 acre and keep moving until the 000 17.42 3 420 ing that ho change his vote when the Bros. $1,000. Mrs. J. B. Willis $100. Rico Benedict. 33 ' ncres 10.02 Mm. II. P. Ball, 42 acres . clinched." 250 8.72 Mrs. Mary G. Schneider $000, Mrs. E. W. Esrofli. 100 acres 3 915 measure next comes up. 27.39 C. Cnrnctt, 100 acres . 300 11.91 Myrtle Goodwin $50. U. G. Hatflold Adolph Hertcl. 130 acres 3 583 19.58 E M. Ksbroth, 100 ncres Stopped Her Baby's Cough 900 23.10 3 252 When you have backache tho Hirer 8100, Mrs. II. G. Skiles $500. II. II. I. W. Mitchell, 32 ncrcs 12.38 Mrs. Chas. J. Fihr, 1 ncro No remedy is" better known than 300 9.34 Collier $50. W. F. Ballard $100, E. John Mitchell, 45 acres 3 105 8.91 Wm. Grant, 70 ncrcs Foley's Honey and ar for giving or kidneys are sure to be out of gear O. Gooch 300 11.91 $100. J. Oorum $100, W. A. Phelps, 110 ncres 3 578 17.47 Solon Henry, 60 ncres quick relief from coughs, colds nnd Try Sanol, it does wonders for the Crab Orchard Lodge B.No. 100 8.21 3 210 030, F. & Robert Rowland, 33 ncres 11.20 Wm. Ncwcomb, 1 ncru ?roup. Mrs. W. M. Stevens, Vivian, liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial 200 8.34 A. fll. 100, J. S. Duke $200, S. L. Gilbert Woosley, 28 ucrcs 3 501 17.87 Wm. Ostermnn, 28 acres W. Vn., writes: "Mv baby had a ter11.91 300 30e bottle will convince you. Got it Cummins $200, J. II. Perkins $200, Will King, 21 acres 4 108 10.20 Mrs. E. J. Reynolds, 100 ncres rible cough and nothing did him uny 400 11.25 J. T. Cherry $500, F. G. Hurt $500, Alma Cloyd, 1 lot 4 105 0.23 W. F. Riley. 160 acres good. I rend nbout Foley's Honcv at the drug store. 150 9.00 R. L. Collier $500, J. A. Harmon John Floyd, 1 acres 4 210 11.20 Hiiydon Walls, Jr., 28 acres dose helped him and and Tar. the first 100 8.21 $500, M. M. Phillips $100. Deo Wil-so- n Frank Armstrong, 1 lot 4 53 8.01 S. II. Walls, 20 acres in two days the cough stopped." Sold In remitting for his I. J. for another 160 9.00 $200, J. 4 158 10.20 II. II. Walker, 150 acres . .. everywhere. year, J. T. Wells, of Donvcr, Col., Newland $500,D. Willis $200, II. F. Geo. Owen, 1 lot 2000 43.05 11.-- 0 4 210 Crnwford, R. A. Woodie, 110 acres sayr: "Your paper sure Is a welcomo W. G. Fletcher J. J. Fletcher $100, Alfred Frye, 50 1 lot 700 19.31 4 $100, Andy Ledford 105 8.01 A. W. Woodie, 100 acres NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION visitor to our home. Let it come on $300, J. T. Rigsby $250, P.. C. White BctticHocker, 10 acres 1000 24.8C 4 Will 105 acres 9.20 B. Y. Yocum, 57 acres Notice is hereby given that the and please see that I do not miss a $100, Mrs. O. H. 600 15.55 Skiles $50, J. M. Col- Emma Robinson, 1 lot 4 105 8.01 C. Y. Ross, 25 acres Goshen Telephone Company, was by copy." 200 11.19 lier $100, II. G. Skiles $500, Mrs. Will Smith, 1 lot 168 10.20 Jason Gibson. 1 ncre -4 the unanimous consent of nil of its 100 8.21 Emma Holtzclaw $50, J. B. Hutch-In- s 1914 John Land, 15 ncres stockholders, dissolved on October 1, A white man named Beavers is 280 11.78 $200, C. B. Lovell $100, B. T. Value. Tax. A. D. Root, 50 ncres 1918, and its affairs uro being wound under arrest at Lebanon for tho rob. . 60 7.80 Lunsford $ 625 $10.15 Edgar Smith. 1 acre up. LILBUKN GOOCH, bery and murder of a colored woman John Dail $100, W. II. Bnrtels $50, Sam Albright, 15 ncres 60 7.8 $100, Elias Griffin $50, Will Brown, 30 ncrcs 400 15.75 John P. Stanton. 2 ncres L. P. NUNNELLEY, President. named Lou Mills. 136 8.65 Mrs. Hariet Foley $50. Iloscoe Col-y- Ben Doolcy, 1 aero 250 12.05 Mack Watts, lot ... 81-Secretary, iko 9.60 $50, John Kennedy $50, Chris O. M. Drewery, 30 ncres 450 19.72 James Alcom, 1 acre ........' 100 PAROLE NOTICE 8.21 Wyler $100, Mrs. Wyler 300 13.50 uiu uruco, l ncro W. M. Burgess paid $3,770 for tho At the next meeting of tho Stato $100. Frank Likens Matilda Leonard Thos. Edds. 30 acres acres iqo 8.21 $100, ..... 620 J. W. Hutchinson, 20 18.53 Juke Carpenter, 1 ncre ... Dr. Mayo homo and 15 acres of land Board of Control. I will make appli- Martin 100 8.21 $50, Robert Martin $60. J. J. L. Johnson, 207 acres 900 27.25 ".'.'.".'.'.".' Lode 1 ncro on the Lancaster and Paint Lick pike, cation for a parole for Tom Fish T. Martin $60. 'r 800 0.34 G. L. Penny $500. Mrs. Sion Messer, 4 acres 800 13.50 Henry Simpson, 6 acres one mile from the latter place. tcoiored.) 160 MOLLIEFISH. 9.M Harney $150, Fred J. Conn J. W. Moore, 110 acres 250 12.06 John W. Holmes, 706 acres ... 18467 497.M Lll-bu- rn Car-pente$1,-00- 0, fio-b- Lwl r,.i . . ... y. post-offic- . pre-wa- e, ... 1 ara 7'. - Ko-le- ... R.-A- ..1 run-dow- -- .100 ... er 4t "-o- 'w Jl mr'i I - o' Hie Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Oct. 18, 1918 Pag Three Read And Think Why not ! a man and own your nwrt home and quit giving away on, half of your earning! lo the other fellow? Echo mwtri, why? You can't heat the following for good hornet and Investment proposition. It' up to you. Look them overt e No, 324 farm, of which 110 acre it first and second river bottoms, 00 acres In corn that aver ages 10 barrels to the acre, part of this corn land good for 20 barrels this season. The party cut from his grass land this year 1 )i tons to the acre. His tobacco crop will average 1,500 pounds to the acre. The crops on this farm this season will yield fully $14,000. On pike close to good town, graded school, churches, 215-acr- THE MICHIGAN SENATORSHIP Henry Ford, one of the richest men in the united states, hns been nominated by tho democratic party In Michigan for tho office of United States Senntor, nnd rclntlvo lo thnt nomination Mr. rord imys: "Not one, dollar wns expended by mo or In mv behalf for the nomination, nnd I will not expend n penny to bo elected." These words must sound strangely In the cars o the nconle or ftl ch ea.i. For mnny yenrs money hns counted for more thnn anything in the politics of thnt Stnte. In the recent repub lican primary In thnt State Mr. True berry, who will oppose Mr. Ford nt the polls as the republican candidate, spent., according to his own affidavit, $170, UUU to get tho nomination. Mr. Ford is n much richer man than Mr. Trucbcrry, but he did not spend anything to got the nomination, nnd will not spend anything to get elected. If money is to enrry tnc .Michigan election Mr. Ford will not bo elected, although he could spend four to five times ns much ns his opponent nnd not miss the money. Tho Michignn election promises to be very interesting- from many standpoints. Tho Stnto Is normally republican by n healthy majority, nnd this gives Mr. Trucbcrry the ndvnntngo. Hut our guess is thnt Mr. Ford has n good chance to he elected. Tho republican party In Michignn is in the hands of the Old Guard, hut nil over the Central West nnd West nrc republicans who much prefer President Wilson's policies to those of the Old Gunrd. Louisville Post. - Middle Aged Womeiv, FrCfmont, O. "I was passing through tho critical period of life, being forty-siyears of ago nnd bad all the symptoms Incident to that change bent flashes, nervousness, and was In a general run down condition, so it was hard for mo to do my work. I.ydin D. Pink-hamVegetable Compound wns recommended to me as the best remedy for my troubles, which it surely proved to be. I feci better nnd stronger In every way sinco taking IU and tho annoying symptoms have disappeared," Mrs. M, Ooudk.v, 023 .Napoleon St., Fremont, x sHsflHslssHsHslRlVFFl--'--"- ! Are Here Told the Best Remedy for Their Troubles. raliPll s I I 's Ohio. A North Haven, Conn. "Lydla E. PlnkhamVt Vegetable Compound restored my health after everything else had failed when passing through change of life, lhero U nothing IIUo It to overcome tho trying symptoms" Mrs, I'luiu-m..1sku..V,Doj. 1!)7, North llaven, Conn. . ft & bank, ate. Splendid neighborhood. Improvements consist of on dwell ing of 7 rooms, one house of four rooms, large stock barn, large tobac co barn, plenty of outbuildings. WeM 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 you. Don't delay as it is going to sell. d cash, bal Price $22,500. ance good tisne. Act quick. One-thir- acres u innd located nbout four mile from Stanford. Has residence of seven room, two bnrn, smnM iitore find loin of nuthulldings. You couldn't begin ta put the buildimrs on this plnee alone for what we imk for the nlnce. Price down nnd $2,000. Terms, ono-hnThis nlnce Is a bnlance on time Close to store, church and dnndv. school nnd in fine neighborhood. No. 325 v 17 The central powers nrc said to be nrxious to talk peace and nsk a res. nation of hostilities while doing so. but this Government can not nnd should not accept anything but their absolute nnd unconditional surrender on the terms laid down by President Wilson. Nothing short of them will satisfy the country nnd no attention should be paid to them until they are willing to let the Allies make nil the ttrms. The object of the pence offensive seems to be for two reasons to give the powers time to recuperate and to make the Liberty Loan lees spontaneous. The war will not end till the kniscr abdicates nnd capitulates, so continue to subscribe to the bonds to the limit of yout enpacity. lu xiH LYDIA E. PINKHAMS 7B VEGETABLE COMPOUND Sofldfo. CglSS s; rVlrM hi lias ike greatest rffd qMates! good IYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS. m t i?-- i two-stor- lf .100 noes, of which 10 river bottom land good for , of ctirn per acre. Ilalanre 16 barrel-upland, which in Rood grazing land. Splendid orchard on the unlnnd. y Splendid frnme residence, two pood barn nnd nil necessary outbuildings. Well fenced nnd finely watered by river, springs, well, in sieht of good town nnd graded schools bank, churches,, etc. Asplen-dli- l nclrhbnrhood, no better in the State. Thin In n money maker nnd n snlcndid home. Come nnd lot u dhow vou this proposition. Price nnd terms right. No. .12f In acres two-stor- PATRIOTIC DUTY A patriotic duty, which should be a pleasure and' a privilege is to buy Liberty lionds nnd vote tho demo cratic ticket. The kaiser has in strong probability made his peace offer nt this time to detract from the interest in the purchase of the bonds nnd President Wilson says he needs the support of his real friends to prosecute the war to a victorious conclusion. Even if the wnr were to end today, every cent of the loan would be necessary to bring the soldiers home nnd put n flairs back to the nor mal, iiuy bonus and stamp under the rooster. A ale Stock, Crop, Farming Implements will sell at public auction at my farm, 2 miles from Stanford, on the Hustonville pike, beginning at 0 o'clock, I 1 m I - Tl i Seven ncri of land, four-roodwclline, nil necessary splendid cellni. one of the best wells in the Stnte. never knows to tro dry. A large tobacco bnrn, fil xlOO feet, Sltunted right at railroad station nnd clone to schools and churches nnd in ns fine neighborhood ns vou can find nnvwhero This is a fine home nnd pond dirt an I the price Only $3,000 ami terms Is sure right rii'ht. It will pay you to look inte this one. No. 327 10!i acres of land of No. 328 which r0 acres cleared, balance in timber of which there in some good house nnd saw timber. Three-roo- The Germans have rushed in fresh troops to stem the American advance in the sector between the Argonne nnd the Mouse, indicating a determination to hold the line in that section nt all costcs. The American advance hns been slowed up somewhat bv numerous mnchine gun nests. The foe hns been shelling American positions heavily. Do you got uo at night? S.inol Is surely the best for nil kidney or Madder troubles. Sanol elves relief In 24 hours from all backache and hladder troubles. Sanol Is a guaranteed remedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottle st tho drug store. Wednesday, Oct. 30th The following described personalty, consisting of HORSE STOCK Golddust breeding and principally young fillies and geldings, from 5 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 saddle and harness purposes. Reid's Golddust, 5 years old, by Dor-se- y Golddust ( 2052), 1st dam by Happy Day, registered, 2nd dam Blue Belle by Bluegrass (382) by Hamiltonian (10), 3rd dam Kit by Black Hawk, 4th dam Kit Jr., by Tennessee Champion. This is an inbred Morgan stallion, the source of our best bred horses. In of his sire and conformation, action, style and color he is a his first crop of colts are fine. MULES five colts. Five good work mules, one fine JACK STOCK big bone, 6 hand jennet and mule jack, a good A one and proven breeder, sired by Prince Napoleon and out of Billie Keene and Joe Blackburn jennets. Standard and registered. 2 jennets, 3 years old, one has a jack colt. All standard bred and show stock. 1 fac-simi- le 1 About 25 head of Harness and Saddle bred, most of these ar' stock nnd tobacco bnrn combined. 3fi xHft. 12 feet to enves nnd nil other outbuildings. Orchard of 200 trees. Well watered nnd fenced and close to school and church. This land will produce 1,000 pounds of tnhncco to the ncre and from 7 to 8 barrels of corn. Price only $1,250 and eiu.y terms. No. 329 five-roo- Wnrning against undue optimism of an enrly end of the war, Maj. Gen. Sir Frederick II. Maurice, tin noted Ilritish military expert, 3ay3 that victory on the western front is certain, but that there should be no slackening of efforts when the foe, shows signs of grogginess. That is the time, he says, for still heavier blows. The five civilized tribes of Indians will subscribe $2,000,000 to the Fourth Liberty Loan, it is announced by Superintendent Galiu K. Parker. Why 9 take Calomel? 100 ncre of land two-stor- and nil other necenry outbuilding Orchard of 100 trees nnd fifl of these peaches. Fencing new and well wat30 ered bv five ncverfnilitifc rrin ncres cleared, bnlance in dwii Price $3 500. Terms, ono-hnnnd balance in one, tuo and three yenrs. lf linus. barn 3'240 Dr. Thachef s Liver & Blood Syrup will do all that calomel will do and without the "after effects." Years n;ro, when eoplc were hlHoiw, when tho llcr got liuy nml fulled to do its work or tho stomach wits out oi condition, calomel wits the standby. Jly und lv the uv rs of calomel found thut the "niter cllects" or, taking tho drug were us bad nml more often woic Hum tho ntlmaU for which 11 wiu tukeii. t Dr. Timelier, in seeking n medicine, to talto the place of calomel one thut would do nil tho good that calomel would do, nml yet Iea o nono of its evil cfl'ccts perfected Or.Tdaclicr'n Liver & Blood Syrup. Tills was in lSi-- ', und o has mldcd to thu mch year of those, who hits o d it. MIssSusio llrewcr, of Chattanooga, Teim., tried calomel. She v r.s stilUr-In- g w Itli u very serious cold mid grippo and had no nppellto whatever. Alter calomel failed tdio tried Dr. Thncli-er'- u tho Llcr & Mood Byiup. Bho felt better nftcr taking threo docs nnd bho soon got cut! rely well. "I think Dr. Thnchcr'x Llcr nnd Wood Syrup is a wonderful medicine," slioK.ild, "and I nm very thankful I tried It." 'For nearly th rcequnilcrs of a century this sterling preparation has been nil "old htnnd-by- " in thousands of homes In treating rheumatism, djopepMn, ami other stomach mid liver complaints. It Isa iwwetful tonic, and blood purlller nnd can bo uscd with tho utmost confidence. Writo Thacher Medicine Co., font copy of "Thacher'a Family Doctor," a booU giving cause, Bytnptoms and treatment of 4? conll-ilene- tif'r. CATTLE 55 head of choice heavy feec ing cattle, 1 6 head of light feeders, terms right. onlv one 107 ncroa, No. 330 m tiunrtcr mile otT good pike. S'x-r- o house, small barn, good orchard of 140 trees. Well wittered, good w fencing. 92 acres cleared mid balance in timber. Price $3,500 nnd 50 head of good yearling cattle. JERSEY CATTLE A choice bred herd of registered Jerseys, milk cows, heifers, calves and two bulls, one yearling and a weanling bull. DUROC JERSEY HOGS A fine herd of purely bred hogs, a boar that has no superior in conformation, breeding or production in this section and his produce will bear me out in this statement, 2 sows with 5 young pigs, 5 sows bred, 22 April and May shoats, 8 gilts will be sold for breeders 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 new or Binders, mo ers, harrows, drills, plows, wagons in goodcondition. feed cutters, corn cutters, roller rake, wagon and plow harness in abundance, and many others too numerous to mention. Also a fine carriage, 2 buggies and a good Frazier cart, all in good condition. Dinner will be furnished. Termtf given on day of sale. 1 No. 33t 300 ncros of good Inn I close to school, church, bank, etc nnd in flno neighborhood. Has n two story, eightrooni residence nml i four-roohouse. Threo good barn, stock scales, crib.), etc. Has over 100 ncres in bottoms Hint will produce splendidly, nnd tho upland mostly cleared nnd in orchard grass. Thin faun is Fine grazing land. right nnd price right, only $12,500 nnd ensy terms. It will pay you to investigate this one. No. 332 Nico house, nnd lot In Stanford, Kentucky, thnt contains one ncro of land. IIouso lins seven rooms, barn, buggy house, etc. A dandy homo und on concrete wnlk nnd closo in. Price only $1,800 nnd terms right. Look at this one. . Hughes & McCarty Office Phono 180 Residence Phone 152 and 184 STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Dr. Thachcr's Llvcrnnd Blood Byron for balo by dealers lu nicdicluca every, " where. THE PENNY DRUG STORE THE LINCOLN PHARMACY F. REID,Stanf ordj Ky. DINWIDDIE & OWENS, Auctioneers. .W ,, . v . w. a 'i rr Page Four The Interior JournM Stanford, Kentucky, FridaynOct. 18, 1918 THEJJITERIOR JOURNAL E. C Walton and J. H. Wright 1nnt4 al t rtitlfif 1 gunftrt, Vy al Mfn4 rloM MONEY? If you want money to increase your yheat Mil mutitr. I 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- " I A I "A tcastoonful of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin each night at bedtime has done me a world of good, as I am - years old and was getting badly constipated. I had previously taken a lot of salts and pills without real a letter to Dr. Caldwell writrelief. ( ten by Mr.A.Forester, Princess Anne, Md.) 5- h The covernment has already Issued $30,000,000,000 of insurance to its soldiers nnd sailors and the work roch stendily on. More than 90 per cent of nil tho men In nctunl tcrvlco nro Insured nnd In addition there arc family allotments nnd government at- lowances to dependents already aggregating more thnn $140,000,000. These have grently strengthened tho morale or the lighting men nnd brought comfort nnd courage to their has dependents. No government lone the part by its defenders that this country Is doing nnd that's why she is getting such splendid service from them. Tho effort of the republican senatorial nominee and his newspaper supporters to discredit Gov. Stanley for vetoing the bill prohibiting tho d teaching of German in the tax schools, seems to have died a'borning, since it was shown that tho government schools all toach It and the Wnr Department hns announced its necessity. Other of the things relied on to hint Stanley nrc showing their futility and before the election the doctor won't have a leg to stand on. -Not much over half of the Liberty Loan hns been subscribed and the drive is nearly over. The government needs the money mot imperatively nnd offers the best of security nnd a good interest. No one should hestitnte to invest: to the extent of his ability, to nvlp with hii dollars the boys who are offering their lives to put down the barbarity nnd cruelty, of nutocr.icy, especially when in doing so he help himself with n first class investment. A Venneh .Inrtnr hn Isnllltpil the (microbe cnusing Spanish influenzo, but says it is too smnll to be seen It may be little with n microscope. but it is very loud nnd more to be drended thnn army with banners. Besides carrying sickness and death in its wake it has closed up" all public gathering places nnd even denied the people the consolation or meeting in their houses of worship and praying for relief and succor. wo-porte- FALLAndWINTERSHOES "t 4 T ' To our customers: Wo linvc rdceivod now (mother hiriro shipment, of "EftH" ' nnd "Winlor" Slioo. Ilotli for Drew wenr nnd work shoos. ' The Monzios work shoo Js n world bentor, having boon sold by this firm years, without losing one customer. Wo nlso have scvornl other Rood for twenty-si- x make, such ns Woyonborj, Buster Brown, Witch Klk, nnd in fact, nil the stnmlnrti . brands. The Nettloton nnd Walk-Ove- r for Dress wear. They are sold on thuir own merits and small. profits. Whon you sec those yeui will buy. Alto tho Wnlk-Ovfor ladies aa well ns other good mukos. Tho Impost sswortniont of youtlm' and milsofi' ever shown in his (own. or imiiEuiiiiinv'i illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllBklllllllllllHl Dr. Cald- age that should never be neglected well's Syrup Pepsjn is a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin that relieves constipation in an easy, natural manner, without jrrin- -j in orstrain, and is as positive in its effect as it is mild and gentle in its action. Constipation is oneof the penalties of Syrup Pepsin Tfte DR. CALDWKLL'S Perfect laxative Sold by Druggists Everywhere 50 ns. (r;.) $1.00 A TRIAL DOTTLF CAN BE OBTAINED. FREC OF CHARGE. BY WRITING TO DR. V. B. CALDWELL. 459 WASHINGTON STREET. MONTICELLO. ILLINOIS BAD COLD? the Wnynesburg organization, which "Pape's Cold Compound" ends colds was $1,200 for the Fourth Liberty grippe in a few hours and Loan Honds. While making this sac- rifio Mka Itni-i- o found mnnv who Take 'Tape's Cold Compound" vit( willinir to L'ivi?. but was verv every two hours until you have taken sorry to say there were some who three doses, then all grippe misery slacked, thought more or their com- rocs and your cold will be broken. It fnrr nt hiimn thnn for the bovs who nospromptly opens your cloj;ged-u- p away from home giving so trils and the air passages of the head ; are allfar our liberty. Miss Bogie. their .. for ftop nasty discharge or nose run-in- !!,. 111.111 4l.nH dnd IS nllimiu UII1CIB, i. Wlrt)fl mi.. relieves the headache, dullness, line feverishness, sore throat, sneezing, willing to do all she can to help the tii,.a yvhn n,A ort fnr nwnv from their soreness and stiffness. Don't stay stuffed up! Quit blow- dearlnothers. Those ho subscribed ing and snuffling. Ease your throb- were as follows: J. K. .Morreu iuu, bing head .nothing else in the world Mrs. J. It. Morrell $50, Joe Wieland rites such prompt relief as "Pane's $50, Ben Busso $30, Henry Hall Cold Compound, which costs only a $100, Ashford Sims $50, Joo Busso few cents at any drug store. It acts $100, Geo. Bussec $50, Frank withouf assistance, tastes nice, and Sephens $500, Sallie Bogie $100, Ed causes no inconvenience. Accept no Padirett $50. This is nn excellent substitute. record according to the wealth of the If all other districts will district. WENT TO THE LIMIT go to the limit as we have, it certainly After working three days with all won't be long until our boys will get energy, Miss Sallie Dogie. teacher of the kaiser's crown. g; Morroll School house, succeeded in HEADACHY AND NOSE STUFFED fulfilling the allotment, assigned by The Woman's Club of Stanford !s due a vote of thanks for its work in the sale of Liberty Lonn Bonds. Its members worked like Trojnns nnd accomplished a great deal. Always on the right side and ready to help in nny good cause, the Woman's Club is one of Stanford's biggest and best assets. May it live long and grow stronger ns the days go by. It wns reserved for the Louisville Herald to sing the only discordant note. It says that the Vresincnrs last communication to Germany is too vcrboc nnd not explicit enough May be, but how did the writer of the long nnu tiresome eaiiorimn in that paper ever discover it? If he knows better he certainly owes it to his readers to do better. The final returns show that men Registered in the extended draft, JTjst 187.830 more than the estimate made by Provost Marshal Crowder's office, which is pretty close considering everything. This shows a total of 23,8r.0.021 registered men, a sufficient number to thresh the rest of the world. The Latonla races have been postponed for the third time and now until tho 24th on nccount of the influ- -' enza. As this is not an cssentinl industry and tends to gambling nnd keeps the followers from useful work, why not adjourn all racing till the end of the wnr? Wn tliniifM if. wnnlil rnmf. Tho Anmmlllan nnneiilnrinf iho War TOVe nue bill will recommend a two cent tatf on every bank check, a nuisance that the spanisn war provoKeu. inc fTi.!n1a t.Anenn vlik.au nnnnin it- nn tho WVaaSUIJT "I'l'v" grounds that it will encourage hoard ing. The President's Inst letter to the strong nnd pointedly explicit to suit even the lire eating .oi. ivousi'vuii, who rushes to the footlights, shoots Afr 1.1a liAaa ntetnl nml dpmnmla thn kaiser make unconditional surrender. The President appeals to Kentucky to elect Gov. Stanley, n real friend, ,n ..!ifa lita fiflminUtrntlnn ilirprt nnd unflagging assistance nnd their re ply will Do, "ve are coming, rumor Woodrow, thirty thousand or more majority strong. -- Our line of Trunks and Leather goods are better than advance in price. Call and get what you want. eer before. A small McROBERTS, BAILEY & RUPLEY "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" TO PEOPLE OF HUSTONVILLE Dr. Weber, the foot doctor, will be Fri in Hustonville every Tuesday day at the Wcathcrford Hotel. Dr. STANFORD, KY. ail itoutities and has had wonderful success. He ple in Gnrrard and Lincoln Weber has treated hundreds of peo- RunDown People , Vinol is What You Need' nervous men and women need. Weak, because it contains the most famous reconVinol structive tonics in an agreeable and easily digested Beef and Cod Liver Peptones, Iron and form: Manganese Pcptonatcs and Glycerophosphates. We guarantee there is no tonic equal to Vinol run-dow- n has treated a number of people fiom Hustonville and cured them nil. ind enn prove it with every one. So it you nave any trouble with your feet consult him. Consultation nnd advice free. Offlcc at the Wcthrfd it Hotel. Mourne.of Garrard, sold to Hurton three mules for S8G0, nnd n horse for $175. W. J. 11. 11. ld HERE IS PROOF Texarltana, Tens, Detroit. Mich. " I cot Into a wenk, conkeen house nnd I was weak, rundition, no appetite, tired nil thn time down nnd nervous, back ached n pood and headaches but bad to keep deal of the time, so it was hard to around and do my housework. I read take care of my chickens and do my about Vinol and tried it within two work-Vihas rcitnn-dmstrength, weeks I commenced to improve, ard and my nervousneus has gone, lo now hnve a splendid appetltonnd toc I can Jo try work as well as over. Btronper nnd better In every way." Every run down woman should Uke Airs. John r. Watson. Vinol." Mra. Kmma liritt. iiorTom, anmlc nnndllloos. ra' all woiutu. uitrwoikxl feliU oIJ mmiI and ilallcat children, ttiara Is ni ruidr Ilka Vluut. iun. run-dow- n y "I nol y n. nk THE PENNY Montana's quota of $1(1,000,000 has been subscribed to tho Fourth Liberty Loan, it is announced, nnd in eleven counties of tho forty-thre- e tho stato were yet to bo heard from Satu rday DRUG STORE A special dispatch from Washington City announces the nppolntmcnt-- of Dr. J. It. Cowan, of Danville, to the position of captain in tho United Slates urmy. Dr. Cowan otTcred hi sen-iceto thu Kovcrnment several s no fnr na von hnvn pono?" innulred recruit.: n snrirpnnt nf n newlv.nrrived . .. . .. .r r.. j' "Wlint. iln vnu think of the armv " Shi What would happen to mo if I were your kid? Well, if you're not acquainted The Pirate- - weeks tiKo. "I may like it after a while, hut just now l tninK mere is too mucn drilling nnd fussing around between meals." Answers, London. with Calumet Bakin?s you don't know what a good exCan't Help cuse I have. Helping Absttf they're bo good I Good for me too, because Calumet Dakinga are wholesome and easily digested. Millions of mothers use USED AUTOMOBILES Now is the time to Buy and Save Money. We Guarantee Every Car we sell. Do Your Feet Hurt? Dr. J. W. Weber, the foot doctor, who has treated hundreds of people in Lincoln and Garrard counties with great success, offers his 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, The Wonderful Call When Baby Comes lake Gie Blatt of Hearenly Trump When Call of Motherhood f Felt- - CALUMET BAKING POWDER hoV4 becauscofitspurity because it always gives best results and is economical in cost and use." Column contain! only ien S. prat it officially by lh U. of food Autliontitl. Vou ave when ou buy It. You save when yow use II. IninJunf at bttn j Stanford. He will be at the Weatherford Hotel, Hustonville, each Tuesday and Friday. Of all the most vital times In a woman's life Hit fomln tit Utliy U fraurht lth tho rreatrtt mennlnir. Core tlioulil In exerrlfeil lu liituro tliat tiio crlIi U In lafuy. Apprehension Is atohlut by tho timely nse uf Mother's Friend, a preparation uf tvrutnit.rrf nils and meillclnal intrviiienti, ntilih rrn.lm Ihd muul. vir4 tn.lnrw ind ilcamocitj pliable, ami thus temlon b iroiucu iuo luu ii nenuusnets, niusea, KarliK-low- n pains are counand teracted and tho period Is ona of calm re-?- nal 1918 Buick Roadster, $1,150.00 1915 Buick, 5 Passenger, 550.00 1916 Oakland, 5 Passenger, 625.00 1916 Overland, 5 Passenger, 600.00 Three 1917 Fords-$40- 0K t $425, $450. SEE US AT ONCE Do Your Feet Hurt ? ilttillllllltllttl' 'lha broad, flat abdominal muscles relax nilli case, and when baby comet the time it the ciliu i lro nnd pain and dancer U trolded. tliouiands of women for half a century late used thu penetratlpjr external appllra-Uoprepartnl cnxxlally for npectant tnoth-trand every woman aaltln thu crista Iboukl fire nature a helping band. Write the UradAcld llffuUtor Cornnanv. pept. V. Lamar Uulltlinr, Atlanta, Ucorsls. tor their Motherhood Dook. of rrut Talue OS iiw uuiain a Kail nuuicu. from tlie druiUtDOllia be-I'rieud and applicatlou leKulatly BlU and tin It imflsm n, s, The Danville Buick Co. DANVIILE, KENTUCKY I I I I L. H. CONN. Prop. ti fr.-. Walnut Street, Phone 7B8 lM ttlt .iai....t .ai ... ..g..t ii j 1 : The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Oct. 18, 1918 Page Five t I nilllillllll mliill' Only Om Cirn PwlirBits-lt1 " 1 v5v !ro FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN BONDS CALL .AT ONCE AT Stop Corn Paint; See Cora Peel Off. It la Jutt whtn (v corn hurts that wnnt to f.ol miront ntmut Ton Kftllnc rid of It. Why taka chnnccn of keeping tho corn niul Icavlntt (ho rain Grow won? You'll ueo "uti- - t ' V ARE FOR SALE. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OR SOME OTHER BANK AND SECURE YOURS. P, Lincoln County's Quota Is $338,350 ii -- - PERSONAL AND SOCIAL both "flu" sufferers. Mls Klimbeth Taj lor l confined to her room with "llu " Mr. V.. M. Stout is in LexiiiK'cti, the guest "of his daughter. Miss Kliinbeth Grimes went to Ijiru nstcr today to visit frien Is. Mis Ioiin MrClure, of Frankfort, is the guest nf Mrs. J. II. Perkins. Four children in the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. John T. IHunkiiuMp nre ill. Mrs. P. M. Mclloborts is spending n few days with her sUters at A rend in. Mis Emma liny has been confined to her bed by illness for several dnv.. Mr. M. P Finiel. who lins been ill nt his home ut Mt. Vernon, is con sidered better today. Miss Mnry Kttn Myers, of Stun-ford, Mr. and Mrs J I. II Coffey nro has been the guest of Miss I'nU lie Lutes nt Middb'burg Mrs. Herbert Huffman, returned nfler several (ty' visit with her mother, Mrs. Knte Ianc, of Lebanon. Mr. T. T Lackey, of St Louis, stiftit sevaral days with Ills slsteri, "llu" epidemic Mr. J. C. Ilniley and Miss Ophelia Off W.y d "Cm It." The Onlj It" nnihow, sooner of liter, mleht na wru une u nooncr Than you am Sugar worth $1,000,000 was lost nbsr lulrly sum that the corn will whon the transport, America, went loosen Trim your too so that you down. (nn peel tho nlmlo thins; olT painto lessly with your linKcr. m one plerc Just llku prcllniT a COLDS It Inlrns a second or two to FOR 1'OLLOW AND GRIPPE ADVICE DOCTORS' nrinly "(lets-It- " no fusslnc There -A s nr puttering will vanAk anv physician or druirgist ami l.li Ihftl II IfN.n .t(. mnfl wkllnl he will tell you tlmt the first step in the "dets-It- " does tho mst Nothlnff Llhe treatment of a cold, coUgh, In new for corns has ben discovered unco "Oeta-It- " was horn Kollow fluenza or grippe should invariably tho judgment of the millions; uso y be "n brisk calomel purgative, "(lets-It- " nnd ba pure to be corn the nnusenless calomel, tnlieil nnd pain free! You'll sny It's mnglc. "f5ts-It,- " tho Rtiar.intccd, money-lnc- k Cnlotnln." This alone is often sufthe only mro ficient to break up a severe cold over wnr. costs lmlntrltlo ntnnydms; store. night, or cut short an nttnt k of grippe M'f'il tiy K. LawrcncoACo.,rhlcngo, III. and possibly preent pneumonia. Sold In Stanford and recommendOtto Calotnb on the tonjerte nt bed ed ns the world's best corn remedy Dr. W. K. Gravely is cnicill,, ill time with swnllow of wnter, that's . by The Penny Drue Store. at his home nt Ilrodhend. nil. No salts, nd nausea nor the slightJohn L. Porsvtbe is down with the est interference with your eating, WAYNESBURG "Hu " Next morning pleasures or work. Rev. K. W. Conkley spent Mrs J C. Ilailey and Mr. James your entire system is purified nnd rennd Sunday in Kubnnk. Ilniley, Jr., have been quite rick. freshed. Cnlotabs are sold only in .Messrs. II. P. Day nnd O. II. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. T. Martin, of orginnl sealed packages; price thirty-fiv- e took the Civil Service nre with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. 11 cents. Recommonded and nt Stnnfnrd, Saturday, Oct. 12th. Hocker by diuggists everywhere. .Mrs. 1. s, Keynolds anil children, you nro not Vrs John F. Howard, of Crib Or Mevlninc II Curtis nnd Tnlithn Jlor-gn- n Price refunded if rhnid, has been the guest of her parnnd Vernon Sanders spent Sunents here. R. L. Hubble writ to day at Mr. H. Singleton's. Mrs. London this morning to look after nnd Mrs.Nelson Gooch, of Danville, Wuslcy Cullip, of Kubnnk, some business nffalrs. were nt the bedside of their mother, Mi Lucile Hourigan and brother, Mrs. Peyton Routin, who died MonArthur Hourigan, of Lebanon, arc giivsta of their grandfather, Sir. II. day. Vavne3l1urg graded school district ' C Uupley. Mrs. Olive Scott, who had her ton- went "over the ton" in the Fourth Wnvnesburg niagis-terisils removed Monday by Dr. K. J. Liberty Loan. expects district to be over by Drown, is getting along splendidly at Wednesdny evening. the home of her sister, Mrs. E. L. several cases of influenza There are Rcinhnrt. All are reported to be doing Mlucs Sallie llurdett i(nd Cbiudi.i here. nicely. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wni. Jackson Eaton, who are teaching in tho school nnd children returned to their home nt Iielltvuo that Prof. J. W. Ireland in West Virginia Saturday, after a during the nice visit to relatives here. is principal of, arc heT-com-lileCorn-painpref-crnblr, 11 my THOUGHT MAN WAS CRAZY worked wonders in my cftso. MRS. WM. FRANCISCO DEAD "I have suffered from stomach bloating nnd suffering is gone nnd Mrs. Klorn Frnnelnco, wife of William Frnnclnco, i!icl nt tlicir home nt and liver trouble for years; the last feel as though newly born." It is a two years harmless preparation that rellrodhrnd Thundny nftcrnoon nffi mo "crazy. people have been cnlllnir simple, tho doctors could not catarrhal mucus from tho brief illncM of infiuenrn. She wai (In 'nnvlmnr Thetnv mn Tim ntirfnl moves , intcstinnl tract and nllnys Inflammanbout 05 years old nnd n michtv cooil blonting of pas seemed to press tion which causes jinictlcnlly all Beside the hunbnnd, two lunmiui. I'MMron one nf them very ill, survive. nk'ninst my brain nnd I could not stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, Ono dose wilt The burlnl will occur nt Hrodhcml this think clearly, Threo months nuo including appendicitis. refunded. Tho n friend advised taking Mnyr's convince or money afternoon, Penny Drug- Store. Wonderful Remedy and it has Lincoln Phnrmary; ! WAR MOTHERS SERVE DINNER The Wnr Mothers will nerve dinner nt the nate of Mr. F. Itcid on Wednesday, Oct. 30th, nnd it Is needless to eay Hint it will bo n Rood one. Any Mine wishing to contribute to the dinner enn phone Mrs. K. L. Ileinhart. HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL All donations will be gratefully LINE OF SENICA CAMERAS AND LET US SUPPLY SUPPLIES. MRS. M'ALLSTER SELLS TARM YOUR NEEDS. Mrs. J. II. MeAllnlur hna until n Phelps Cobb her farm of about 100 acre, adjoining his farm in Iioyle county, at close to f200 per acre She did the hundnome thinp by some $10,000 of the money in Libcitv Lonn Hondo. J. I ! I Il.,ll SENICA CAMERAS ,,,,.!, - I The Lincoln Pharmacy W. ACEY, Proprietor T Vr Dunlap Shoes For Men A Step Foward in Quality, $6.00, j $7.00, $7.50. ., w. CRAB ORCHARD, E. PERKINS KENTUCKY gunr-nntce- il War Will Not Be Won By Extrava-ganc- e But by the Strictest Economy You should economize in every possible way. But there is a danger in having the and littlo YOUR DANDRUFF AND Jitugbter have returned from CincinSTOPS FALLING HAIR nati, where they have been with her parents. Sure your hair! Make it thick, wavy Hon and Mrs. R. H. King and and braullful try this Mrs. Chnrlen Wilhoit, of daughter. Mnrelnnd, were cullers at this OfTlcc Thin, brittle, colorless and scragg; Thursday. hnir is mute oudence of a neg'ected Mrs. Rockwell Smith and rhildren scnln; of dandruff that nwful scurf. nre spending n week or so with her Thero is nothing so destructive to parents, Judge and Mrs. C. C Fox, iUn linir m .lnntlriilf It rvili tlit. liriir in Danville. of its lustre, its strength nnd its ury Geo. HurrU and family will move life; eventually proilucing n f"ensh-nes- s flown from Crab Orchard soon sml nnd itching of the scalp, whuh etupy one of Mrs Woodle 1! '!' if not remedied causes the hair roots cvltngcs on Ent Main street to brink. !noen and die tH th' Mr G. K Pnvnter vvnt to hir falls out fast A little r.f.,,t.r. will Wetlnenlav to attend th burial ine tonight now any tim sou of surely sne your hnir. f Irco Corson, the W. A. Carson, who died of influeii'a. ' Get a smnll bottla of KnowltnV t Danderine from any drug store or Mr. U. I). Simpson a valued auWrilier of this tmper, counter, nnd after the llrst nppli- her check for it to Nov . 1915'. 'cAllon your hair will take on tlmt lift adding: "I enjov your good paper nn I lurtrc nnd luxuriance whic'i h m, moiit certninly do not want to miss n liisutiful. It will become wavy and eonv of it." fluffy nnd hne the appear nice of MIwi llollc Rumell. who Is taking n nl.titiilnnri,. mi incomnnrnhl.l clos course in Lexington, e.ime rnni softness; but what wiil pK ise business home Tuosdny to lie with her parents. you mol wilt lie nner ju?t n itw Mr. ami .Mrs. W. r. Kinenm. until wicks use, when you will nctun't) see the quarantine on "llu" is lifted. a lot of fine, downy hair new h.ur Richmond Reglsted. growing nil over tho renin. M. S. Jnckmnn ha sold his fnrm DR. WEIJER, FOOT DOCTOR near Mnywood U V. M. Hurton, of Dr. J. W. Weber, the foot doctor, Danville, and on Thursdnv mornlnjy lie and his family left for Almi, who lias treated hundreds of people Mich., to locate. Friends In tJat in Lincoln nnd Gnrrad counties with of the county gave them up great success, offers his services to with much regret. the public. If you suffer with your Since our hist issue Messrs. J C feet you had better see him at once. Hya nnd A. W. Cnrpenter hnve re- Consultation and advice tree. OfHe newed their subscriptions to this fice nt Hunn House, Stanford. paper. Both hnve taken the I. J. will be nt tho Weatherford Hotel, sinco it wns first issued and neither Hustonville, ench Tuesday nnd Fritf knsevor been behind on the payment day. f it for over n month n record wo Phelps Pros, shipped to Louivillc, be. re proud of and they should Miss Rinda Pettus. who volunteered last Saturday 1G0 hogs, 40 catt'o nnd from 11 to 17 They er services as a Red Cross nurse, 61 sheep. bogs, paid to 11 cents for nnd G wan called to Howling Green where cents for influenza Is raging. She left on the cittle nnd 10 to 13 cents for sheep. afternoon train Thursday and will Adajr News. rem n in us long ns her services are Catarrh Cannot Be Cured ceded. The move is a most ltli LOCAL APPLICATIONS. L'j they ono on the part of Miss ennnut resell the neat of the disease. l la illacaso. crfatly Pettus, mid her friends feel to Culnrrh by a constitutional conilltlons, ami congratulate her. In order to cute It yim must tako an Mount. W. O. Walker and It. T. Inleriuil remedy Hull's Catarrh MediBruco. of this city, J. G. llurnside cine Is taken Intern illy and acts thru the on the mucous tni W. II. Denny, of Gnrrnnl, am! the lilood Hall's Cntnrrh surfaies of u.is Medicine W. II. Turley. of Richmond, nro in system. prescribed by one uf the best pliyulclana Atlanta attending the great show of In this country for years It is comRed Hcrkshire hogs. Tho gentlemen posed of some of tho beet tonics known, the best blood nve ono or more entries for every rombtmtl with tome of combination of purltleri. The perfect show and it is a "cinch" that they the Itucredlcnls In Hall's Catuirh Medicine is uhut produces such wonderful fill bring back a big number of They took almost every results In catarrhal conditions, rlend for testimonials, free, premium they showed for at Louis-Till- e r J. CHUNKY & CO . Trops , Toledo, O. All IlriiKRlsts, 7C what they will do in Atlmitt nnd Hall's 1'amlly I 'Ills for constipation. will bo a plenty. Mrs. T. J. Hill. lackey. Jr.. FEW CENTS DESTROYS C. R. M'artin, S. Law-wil- l bunch of 105-pou- of Iioyle. sold to W. and A. A. Hatfield, a shoats nt 19c. 1 SATISFYING RELIEF FROM LUMBAGO Sloan's I Liniment hns the punch that relieves rheumatic twinges r'armt'i-givinr, g I -- TI.ij I.nit-oust- toi-1-- N edy ptnttratts without rublnne right to the aching spot and brings quick relief, surely, cleanly. A wonderful help for external ruins, cprains, strains, gtiiT-nheadache, lumbago, bruises. Get your bottle today costs little, means r.iuch. A-- k your druggist for it byr-m- t. Kcep it handy for the whola family. The big bottle is economy. 3, tattering cor.jestioa' rem- circulation-stimulatin- ' C-U- wrong idea about economy. The danger is not knowing what economy means. Many people thinlc economy merely means getting goods at a cheap price. Every farmer, every business man, every housewife knows that low price is not necessarily economy. When you need clothes, there is economy in buying good ones. We sell ' ' iw E38lS''iABmt&sSiiC.l CfjrUbtlI.rtDcbaCnorllJ.ri Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suits and Overcoats because they 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. -- CENT-A-WOR- D ADS Second-hand n WANTED, nnd hnrness. Ky. 21), :)! W. II. Leigh, Morelnnd. 8n-:- u pony trap quick. It FOR SALE I have some early yellow corn for sale. Cull Harry Car-te- r, Phone 41. FOR pure Timothy sec Newlund & Newland 09. purity; 95 germi-natio75-t- f Price right. I have "whole" milk for MILK sale. Drop mo a card if I can supply you. Mrs. Silns Messer, Stanford, nnd 17 inch farm fence arrived nt W. II. Higgins today. Come 0 Men's Dress Shoes showing. There We provided for every style of foot and we know how to Douglass Shoes, $3.00 to $6.50 is a style for you among the many new models we are com-endab- lo Ky. lp loi-a- H' - ' f'flLBT WS Li, ' Welch's m .'. m j - i 1 ; I i li ) ii iFr r The Penny Drug Store The Kiddies Favorite Fountain trade n pair of mules and n tenm of mares for u couplo of Ford cars. N. T. Gutman, Crab Orchard. Ky. 8 STRAYED From my place two shouts, that will weigh nbout 85 pounds, one red the other spotted. R, 83-t- f T. Pence. Jr., Stanford, Ky. ESTKAY A steer, two years old, came to my place Sept. !23. Owner enn get Btime by paying for his keep C. Render, Junction nnd this ad. City, Ky. boar, FOR SALE "Duroc-Jcrse- y young and a good one, will weigh No. 5 Oliver nbout 200 pounds. A typewriter, good us new. E. V. 83- - lp Hustonville, Jy. "PRODUCE I will gtvo you tho holiest prico for nil kinds of country produce, givo me n trinl. I also han-di- e n high grade fertilizer. J II. 81-tHustle, Crnb Orchnrd. Ky. TOILET ARTICLES I have add-e- d and have for salo a full lino of toilet waters, soaps, tonics of various kinds and all the toilet articles usus ally found in n barber shop, E II Farmer. lp have 40 shares of 10 It SAT.E-stock in the Hank of Moreland thtit I offer for sale nt book value. Will sell nil or any part. I will also sell 10 shares of stock of the Nationul Hank of Hustonville ut book valuo. Also 1 have for pale a beautiful Jersey heifer, Duroc sow nnd four pretty shoats, two steer calves ono black muly and the other red. See, writo or phono mo. 1). WANTED ld To fit each one. three-year-o- I r Eclipse Shoes $5.00 to -- 80-8- p I;f ii I I I'M $8.50 hi.'kr Florsheim Shoes to $10.00. $8.50 Car-601- 1, )i Tliere is economy in buying these shoes at the present prices. When in town come in BUY first-clas- LIBERTY BONDS BUY T DESToNNEfRTTHENT and let us show you. LIBERTY BONDS BEST INVESTMENT t' ON EARTH -- ld PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS, Stanford, Ky. ... tl 9 V. King, Moreluml, Ky. 84-4- p l, 9 ...M. I ! lll-l'l- 'f -- l"l"tl"llfl '' llll.l.-B.- f. ("ri!r t - ?atv: PflftBk The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Oct. 18, 1918 - ' WRIGlfYS HflflM JT I BjH aaaaaaaaaatalaaaaaaP m Mssssswmsm aiaH Lv 1 B ksmsmssssr We will win this war Nothing else really matters until we do! SfflB$$ The Flavor Lasts WILL WEAR THE OLIVE DRAB y Thousands of American boys draft aco will Boon bo wearing an official United States uniform. Secretary of Lafcor Wilson has authorized and War Department his. approved aa olive drab uniform which may be worn by all members of the" United States Boys Working Reeecre. Already tfcero are many units of the Boys' Working Reserve throughput the country which have been awaiting Uie announcement of the official dress tho organization and many more unite which will be organized aa a of the proposed er- bc-o- te pansion of the reserve under the co operation of the War Department will at once discard "mufti for the natty olive drab of the reserve uni form. Cut ThU Out It It Worth Moner DON'T MISS THIS. Cat out this slip, enclose with Be to Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your name and address clear ly. You will receive 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 every where. t reat MIDDLEBURG DON'T LESSEN YOUR ENERGY Speaker in f U. S. Tnpscott nnd C. C. Compton theTo nil Liberty Lonn quote Lexington Area: I the nro serving aa jurors in circuit court tolcgrnm received by Mr. this week. Thcro nro n few cases of typhoid Works, director of tho speakers' bu rcau nt Cleveland, from tne Treasury fever In thin section. It is reported Hint the new dot; Department! "The Secretary of the Treasury do tax law has been adjudged no Rood. Wo are glad to noto that there ia sires to have it brought to the atten a better crop of corn than was tion or every Liberty Loan speaker thought, and the quality much bet- that the most serious factor operating against the success of the Fourth ter than last year. Kcv. E. W. Coakloy's meeting at Liberty Loan Is tho feeling which ii New Salem is said to have been a prevalent in some communities that very Interesting one. Thttro were the glorious news from the front re some 25 persons baptized nt its close flects n military situation which warIhe Kind You Have Always Bought, and wkkh ha heea. rants n slackening of our efforts here Sunday. la use for over thirty years, has borne the signature othing could bo further Rev. J. L. Dotson, district evange- nt home. ana nas Deea maae under bis per list, began a meeting at from the truth nnd no more insidious Bonnl "UpMvMon since its Infancy. Ellishurg Sunday at the close of propaganda than this could be circuw ww wV lated by the enemy. Allow no one to deceive vou in that. which he will como here for n "the time Is ripe for tne iinni All Counterfeits, Imitations and " meeting at the Iinptist church. " are bat shall lead to Hubert Hcnson writes home from stroko which enduring pence, completo Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health tf but the victory nnd somewhere in France that ho is gettInfants nnd Children Experience against Experiment. in ing nlong"fmo, but has not been put stroko can not be delivered nutn dav yet Germany is yet. He says he or week on the firing line I has millions of strong weighs 143 pounds, which is 20 crushed. She still left mi tho battle Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, ParcRork, pounds better than when he loft fighting men of tholr own with Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contais home. The bovs arc doubtless being lines and facinginaion they will Ight them well fed. but he says he would be territory neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. II even more desperately than herto. mighty glad to have some of mama's fore. The strength of our military age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it hat) com bread. fightbe multiplied Our been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, The host of friends of Miss Martha efforts must muit have behind thm forces Dye will be glad to learn that she ing steadying support f the Amari Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising the has been appointed to n clerkship In run ni'finlc. The sunnly of American therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach nnd Bowels, aids the quartermaster general's office nt arms and munitions must not be Inthe assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural slew. Washington at n salary of $1,100 per terrupted or diminished. Now is the The Children's Panacea The Mothei'fi Friend. vcar to be raised to $1,200 after time for speed. Speed and the max three months. Miss Martha is , a imum of force nt the present time ilnuirlitpr of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dy-mean nn enrlier return of our boy and besides being real pretty, sho U from the bloody battle field, mean one of the very best or young in- the saving of American lives nnd the dies. winning of n glorious and conclusive rBears the Signature of Mm. S. M. Carrier has been em- victory. The greatest danger hit ployed to take the place of Walter has ever confronted us is this insidiMoser in the graded school here. Mr ous Germnn pence propaganda. ReMoser got nn appointment ton poi member that Russia was not congovernment at Washln ; quered by the German army but by ion with the ton German propaganda, that Italy nearBeef peddlers are keeping us aup ly suffered the same fate, that y nlied with n lalriy goou quuuiy of has not won a single decisive Atlfa UPr DOUml. rnnat nt victory by armies, but by her Granville Lutes will have a sale and Warn the people of this leave us about the 20th for Tampa, danger in fcvery speech, nnd pnss this Fin. Judge Lincoln Wells will dnt warning, along to every speaker Kind You Have Always Bought Mr. Lutes' car through and take two whom you can reach whatever else of the boys. TMI OfNTAUl COMAMV MVW VfflMM OITV. . is omitted from your speeches. EmMiis Iva Rancy from Lancnster is phasize this with all your power." v'sittfg Miss Ellen Scott. J. It BUSH. Chairman of Speakers. Rev, Homer Carpenter, pastor of Stahl, Exrn L. Glllis, K. T. Edmonds, INFLUENZA the Christian church nt Richmond, E. H. Hourlnnd. Jas. A. Hulett. Took Out Dreadful Soreness following directions given out The was elected president of the State It has been suggested that the by the Surgeon General of the army When the kidneys are weakened Missionary Convention of the Evening Post give one reason a day are excellent aids to health at all and fail to throw impurities out of the Churches of Christ In Kentucky at why Mr. Swager Shorley should be times: blood, the poison remains in tho sys- the meeting held at Itichmond this Avoid needless crowding influen- tem nnd backache, soreness nnd rheu- week. The other officers arc: First reelected. It would be easy to give n dozen, but one overshadows all za is a crowd disease. Mrs. David matic pains', develop. J. unsieibcrry, Smother your coughp and sneezes Henry, 85 S. Lincoln Ave., Washing- vice president, J. Wee president, V. others. Mr. Sherley Inhas at hia com Mayfleld; second regard to the others do not want the germs ton, N. J., writes: "Foley Kidney Pills K. Jouctt, Winchester; secretary and ' mand all the fhcta Kreat appropriations the government which you would throw away. took the dreadful soreness out of my must mnke to carry on the war. The ::, ,' Your nose, not your mouth, wiu limbs and I walk good." Sold recording " " ccrcUry. I. W. Trimble,' country can not spare hia services made to breathe through get the ML Sterling. The following wore ae- - anil tne peope of UuUvillo will vote habit. lected as members of Executive Com. Remember the three Ca a clean Let the I. J. supply you with en- - mlttee. J. H. Macneill, W. II. Smith, to help their country when they vote for Mr. Sherley this November, says mouth, clean skin and clean clothes. graved cards. J. L. Campbell, R, 8. Wilson, A. r. the Louisville Post. Try to keep cool when you walk and warm when you ride and sleep. Open the windows always at home at night; at the office when practicable. Food will win the war if you give it a chance help by choosing and chewing vour food well. Your fate may be in your own hands wash your hands before eating. Don't let the waste products of digestion accumulate drink a glass or two of water on getting up. Don't use a nnpkin. towel, spoon, fork, glass or cup which has been -- OFused by another person nnd not washed. Avoid tight clothes, tight shoes, tight gloves 6eek to make nature your ally, not your prisoner. When the air is pure breathe all of it you con breathe deeply. DR. W. MURPHY, OF CHILTON, KY. Children Cry for notch! f two-week- s' tj&AttJ!irrf two-wee- "'" Just-ns-go- What s CASTOR A GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS CzL&tffflk&u Th Gr-man- 1 prep-agand- n. In Use For Over 30 Years "'"","' IPUBLICSALE! I 5 LAND, STOCK AND CROP OF T. TREES! TREES! WE SHADE TRiS, CROW A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT AND SHRUBS VINES. ROSES, PERENNIALS, ASPARAGUS in fact "Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden." EVER-GREEN- FREE CATALOG. H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons I LEXINGTON, KV. (No Agents.) end GETTING RAPIDLY TOGETHER From the visitors and from the re ports that come to democratic headquarters in Louisville from all over the State the gratifying statements are made that democrats are getting together with cnthuastic unanimity that means unity nnd strength and in sures the election of Governor Stanley to the Senate and congressional nominees to succeed themselves. The people everywhere are awaking to the great Importance of the election and jiving the President tne support oi his real mentis nnu me inuicnwuns are that the November election will tell a tale that will fire his heart with renewed determination to bring the war to a speedy and victorious Buy a Liberty Bond today. On account of Dr. Murphy making up his mind to quit farm- ? T ing and turn his sole attention to the practice of medicine, we will on Thursday, October 24th, 1918 AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP and Lebanon pike in the best neighborhood in Casey County. fine limestone land. Is the home place, containing 175 acies of splendid re S Z Hustonville and ten miles east of Bradfordsville on the Hustonvillc TRACT NO. 1 S Sell these fine farms located on Big Rolling Fork, nine miles west of All 3 PUBLIC SALE On account of my boy being called to the army, I $ce$9e$$$fte$e&i'J'is? $$o& !I will, on ? 9 farming high state of cultivation, finely improved with a handsome 9 land in tobacco barn, all room frame house, fine stock barn, new splendid repair. This farm is splcn- outbuildings necessary and in didhfclocated and under splendid wire fencing, well watered, etc. In fact, an ideal hon e for any one seeking a nice home. Large storeroom in yard. 8-- SATURDAY, IS Sell the following described property at my place, one mile from Crab Orchard, on Stanford pike: 30 head of cattle, consisting of 20 steers and 0 heifers, weigh from 500 to 600 pounds each. 2 good mares, 7 years old, work any where. 3 good work horses. 1 OCTOBER 26th m horse colt. stallion, 7 hands high, 7 years old. I mule colt. 68 shoat8, weighinng 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 aale. I two-year-o- ld 1 o J 1 1 Contains 18 acres, known as part of the T. A. Reynierson farm, is also splendidly 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 fine tobacco barn, stock scales, but no dwelling. This tract will be subdivided and sold, then sold as a whole. These farms are up for sale and any one will save money by looking over these lands before buying elsewhere. STOCK 23 head of long yearling cattle, 6 fine Jersey cows, all fine milk and butter cows; 6 yearling cattle, one pair fine work mules, mule 2 yearling mules, all goxl nvilo. one one bay horse, one pony, mare, one ones; one splendid brood 3 years old, nicely broken; one splendid saddle horse, one fine driving mare. 150 bales nice hay, some corn, 9 stands of bees in fine shape, farming implements, household goods, and lots more too numerous to mention. TERMS made, known on day of sale. 1 TRACT NO. 2 DAVID STREET, Crab Orchard COL. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. DINWIDDIE & OWENS Moreland and Hustonville, Ky. i r.A..V j ,JL..y . fr- - ,J . Vf .t . t t . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Oct. p . 18, 1918 Page Seven Gates Half Soles Try them and bo convinced that you can mako your old tiro a new ne, by having u halt tola It with tho famou GATES HALF SOLE. It wit ruryou 3,500 miles without a puncture. Thcit are a few of OvAu 71 , tho pricey at tho present: 5U INMMMMMMtMllMMM,nHlMfHn Owlti 11X4 7 u4XJ fy .MMMtWtMnmitwtwrtimMti' HWtM.WH.tlHMWmlHMIllmMHtWIMWHW" lli.lU AW I '"''' I fi I O LI JX4 JwX I nntmmmiMiMmwnmWMiwHm .MlfUMM4tMtlWWmtWHtMHHll.l-MHUWMwttm iHiniHWntilitMtWWW efcUeijJJ 4X4 laaJU Brintf ui your old tiro and let us make It now. The Inernational Rubber Sales Co. DANVILLE, C. KY. J. D. WILLIAMS, Proprlttor. II. MASTERS, Loot Aienl. 4 The Price Is Soon For- gotten . Quality Is A Sticker When you have bought the John Dccre line you have bought the bust. Come in and let us show you. Slat Hottom Stag Sulky Plows .. $75 John Deere 1 Plows . $120 Slat Hottom Two-wa- y John Deere $150 John Deere 10-- Van llrunt Drill (complete) Disc Hnrrow with Fore Truck $65 Deere Jhn Cultipaokers $90 Dunham Soil Pulverizers Dii nlum's $70 1 7 10-1(- 1 ot John B. Riff e, Hustonville A Few Choice Farms and Desirable Town Properties For Sale SEE US & Owens Dinwiddie Hustonville Moreland and CAR-LOAD OF Old Hickory Wagons JUST RECEIVED E. T. Pence, Jrc, LISTEN TO THIS Wouldn't you like to live in the midst of good churches, good schools, good people and shade? If so see Sit V. Stanford To the Public: 41 I rrprrwul lb larfril and btil nude to oriir clothing houu In thl. rounlrr I'rif n.J Co., CkWago. IU. Mr ptriruo In tnraiurliig ami dirrttinf tho miV inc o( four clutbrs, flirt ma th. adrantagi OTrr one who Is not a practlril tailor II job will lira ma jour order, I will promise rou a luare dral. Ton will rrl th. worth ol joui inonrr, rilhrr In lha chrapttl fndVi or lb. blgbrr prltts, Mr SPRING AND SUMMER llnr ol lamplrt It now read (tr jour In iprcllon. C.u now and Irl mt ihow you B. L. FAGALY AT STANFORD. KENTUCKY Ue Has a Nice Home For You. AUCTIONEERING I can f et you highest prices lor your land, stock, crops or household goods. Salss Cried JOHN Anywhe-- e h. c. RUPLEYjjrr.1,;: solutely Necessary To aur Success, A- Danville Business School A Practical Dullness Education Ab. - DINWIDDIE. Mor.lani. A. B. C. Dinwiddie Undertaker and Funeral Director Junction City, Kentucky The Danville Business School G'ves This For Catalogue and Information Ad. dress D. B. HARRIS, Principal, DaaTlIU, Ky. There will be no more new shoo IniU until nftcr the wnr, nor any more or other fancy models of footwear. It has been disclosed that these nre nmong the provisions of tho conservation nnd standment, V II. J l.nncnstcr, np;ed 7f nnd an ard price agreement between tho old Confederate soldlor, is (lend nt War Industries lionrd and manufacturers, under which the number of Lebanon of blood polsonlnp. BetA. M. Willnrd. painter of the fa- styles will be reduced from about mous nlcture, "The Spirit of the 050 to 150. Time,'' is dend nt Cleveland, O. Don't You Need One Now? Sherman Mnson died nt Cnmp Zarhnry Tnylnr nnd was brought to Indigestion, blliossncss, nnd hrenth, his homo in llnckcaatdo county for ?:as, congestion or any condition burin) from n mnss of undigested food Lconnrd Sullivan, a in the stomnch needs Immedatc atten-trnvohntr mnn, Is dead nt the home of tion. Foley Cathartic Tablets are It. J. Morriscy, in mild nnd gentle, but sure In nction. his fnthcr-in-lnCnuse no griping, pnin or nnusea. Danville. At Howlinp- Green II McMillan, Cleanc bowels, sweeten stomnch, njrod 70, and Miss Minnie I.. Frnncii, nnd tone up liver. Sold everywhere. need '10, were married just four hours POSTED! after they first met. There were thrrc burials nt the We, whose nnmes nre atname hour in tho Richmond cometer? tached will permit neitherhereto hunting. Thursda- y- Gov. Jnmi-- H. McCreary tisning no rtrcspasslng or any kind anil Curtis anil Jess Hurt. nrt nn. ..rnnnr... ..,,1. tlrmn ...itll. .? nml muat ,.ur... v Fayette county has gone over the ,' w, such will be prosecutedUllljl the doing to top in the Liberty Hond snle. She full extent of tho law: J. C Fox & She Son; Fox was nsked to sell $2.(500,000. Duddernr: M D F.lmore will attempt to rnl.c J3.000.000. Mrs John 8. Mlildleton. Jr, oi WE BUY Louisville, died suddenly of Influcizn in New York, where she hnd T.ino OLD FALSE TEETH with her husband, First Lieut, We pay from $2.00 to $.15.00 per Armv Trninlnit et (broken or not) We ilo pnv The Students' Cnrna nt the University of Kentucky value for Diamonds, old Gold, I hns lien dismissed from duty until Silver nnd Hridgework. Send at once Oct. 28 heenuse of Spanish inlluenza, by parcel post and receive cash by About .100 men arc In the corns. return mail. II. M. Robertson shot and killed MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY n- - aw. G. Ed William hi father- - Henry county. He jrave Dent. X, 2007 S. 5th St. dintrcr. in PHILADELPHIA, PA. himself up to the authorities, hut re fused to say why he did the killing. Watches, Clocks, JewelJ. W. Stignll, aged 48 and a vns prominent farmer of Pulaski, ry and Spectacles found dend from drowning In a spring on his fnrm. His head nnd shoulders were submerged in the Repaired by spring. Gov Stanley, In n letter to Mi. ROBERT FENZEL John (i. South, president of the Kentucky Kqunl Rights Association, lll pledges his cordial support of the STANFORD. KY. sStSt stiirrnge nmendment when elected to Now located in Myert House Flat), the United States Scnnte. !jT""i' Two negroes were killed, 18 po- Two Doora Wett of Firit Ittnmnn niiv onimvu nt Mill mn til Inlilmil sj a viiiini uta ustiijr civilinns received minor injuries aril National Bank. sivernl soldiers nnd sailors were in jured in a riot which resulted from If you buy any clothes this fall be sure VACCINATE a fight between a white mnn and :i negro in Ilrooklyn. get the best quality. All-wofabrics you T B. Hunt, a retired merchant of l am prepared to vaccinate for AnDumore, was instnntly killed, three thrax, Illack Leg, and all other? now as ever and good tailoring is other persons were seriously injured tock diseases. and valuable as ever. Our clothes and two received slight injuries when JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, nn automobile in which they were come in fine workmanship and good models. ruling overturned on the Dixie High- Phone 204. Stanford, K? way near West Point. We are prepared to fit all sorts of figures The Miivfield Mesenger suspended publication several days for lnck men of odd sizes, stout, very tall, very short, J. B. PERKINS of mechanical help to publish. A as well as regular sizes. shortage nf printer, augmented by DENTIST the spread of "flu," completely barred the path, and Kditor Lemon Rooms 28.29, Lincoln Bank Iluildinf un for' oil to sospund. Mr Thomas K. Unlaw n. Sr.. father Phone 214 STANFORD. KY of Mrs. W. II. Shanks, of tins city, has ..f l...U "I .HJ.Tl.. I... MrVnr! flin..v ' v iv... MfUJCIIt liniidsomo McCreary home in Richinond. Mr. Ilaldwln and family were' occupjimr the homi- - at the time of j Senator Mel reary s ilootn. Infant mortality in Potroitrad his' inrri'asl to fill per rent, and the si' "ation is i'hiIv irrowing worse wih the probability that during the 10m im winter the juvenile population will be wiped out unless food Ir pr-vuled from foreign countries. President Wi'son walked in the imc at Liberty Pav parade in New York He went the whole rout-1- . excitomont wns occasioned when a man ruheil from the crowd pud grnspeil the Preiloiit's hand He wss nrresteil nml found to have meant no harm. Gov. Ynper estimates that T0 Iiwk were lost in the enrthnuaki in Porto Rico Friday. Practicnllv cvciy town in the island reported damage to property anil scattering fntalit'e nnd nt Anuadilla it tidnl wave killed There were nlb reports of miinv hum go in Santo Domiiuro. The Court of Anneals has nfllrmed he derision of the Pockeostle circuit ourt in the cne of Mrs, Maguie Mulling against the L. & N.. who wns iveti jiultrnient for Jfi.OOO for the death of her husband. Frank Mulbns, who was killed bv a train nenr Mul 10 A. M. PROMPTLY tins Stntion about two years ago. agrees to GerIf 'lie United States Subdivided into several tracts. A tract of 100 acres one of 60 acres one many's nlnn for nn armistice the of 50 acres one of 40 acres one of 15 acres. I always sell to suit the bidders. wnr is lout, according to Senator So will sell separately or any two or more tracts together to make the size farm you Lodge, wbo irnve his opinion in the form of an interview. Germany, by want. nn armistice, he said, would have a chnnee to refresh her armies and plan LOCATION: a now war oT conquest. Now that we are on the eve of victory, he deh Fronts on McCormnck Church Pike, mile from Danville & Hustonclared, we should Impose our own ville Pike, G miles from Danville, 2i miles from Moreland, U mile from Q. & O. terms. R. R., 2 miles from L. & N. R. R. In "good neighborhood, close to schools and HunA Versailles dispatch says: churches. Country school at corner of farm, Graded and High School three miles. dreds of cuests. invited from Wood ford county and throughout Central Kentucky, will assemble on the lawn DESCRIPTION: of the F.dwnrds residence, nenr VerWednesday night, for the wedsailles, Level and gently rolling, fertile, 80 a rres of rich bottom land, no waste land, ding of Mis Florence Cotton Fd everlasting water, fencing good, good orchard, also orchard nt each tenant house. nonannon, a young m wards anil rrntiK .'12 acres sown to wheat, 70 acres to go in corn, GO acres of meadow, 15 acres of oats, farmer. Prevented from holding tne ceremony In tho Christinn church as balance in grass. Miss Hdw arils hnd idnnncd, because of tho inflticnra epidemic, the chanThe farm has been well taken care of, has been in the Moore family for over cel, instead will be tho front porch fifty years. Recently came into the hands of present owners by inheritance and guests will ocof the home, nnd the purchase in settlement of estate of D. R. Moore, and is now on the market to sell and cupy seats arranged on the lawn. will be sold. Don't overlook this farm you may miss a bargain. ".More than fiflO persons are lead or missing nnd nt least 12.000 hav IMPROVEMENTS been made homeless by five fearful forest (ires which have snrend ncrosa two-stor- y nnd Northern Northern Wisconsin dwelling, hall and two porches, two stock barns, Almost new Minnesota during the past 30 hours. one a large new barn, one of the best in County, two tenant houses, all necessary The towns of Cloqtiet. Rrooksto'i, outbuildings. Hrcvator, Corona, Adolph, Thomii-son- , Arnold, Moose Lake and Wright No at my auction sales. No excess contracts, purREMEMBER: have been wiped out, nccording to chasers know they receive a fair deal. Wijl be sold on easy terms. Possession Janrefugees. Scores of hamlets nnd htm uary 1, 1919. dreds of settlers' homes have been destroyed. The property and timber For further particulars, inquire of John M. Helm, Brumfield, Ky., E. C. Eubanks, los, which will total mnnv millions, Perryville, Ky., or surpnss that clnlmed by uny of will the historic (Ires which have swept this region A Man's Cheerful Recommendation W. II. Krcnr, 03 Myrtlo Ave., Albany, N. Y., writes: ,rI thought kidney trouble might bo tho cause of my Kentucky condition and weakness, so I took Foley Kidney Pills, and they did tho work. I cnccrfully recomLANCASTER, KY. W. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. mend them." They relieve lnmo back, rheumatic pains, stiff joints, sore muscles. Sold everywhere. d DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Mrs. Jack Cnrne died nt Pine Hill of influenza lost week. Col. W A. Colston hns nrrlved snfely overseas with his First Regi- SALTONE New Saltone Received. Nothing ter for Your Hogs. Try It well-know- n W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. - s ., . i ar-tu- al ol are "best" important ROBINSONS, STANFORD ll..., Lincoln County Land At Auction AT -- Wednesday, Oct. 23rd one-eight- Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man Lancaster, run-dow- n .Illi Tl I n 'f J- - . II I.I '. "fr -- -1 111- HwaSj, m" tTjT : . WJWIKIMW' . .. w -"-- . tew to. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Oct. 18, 1916 increaaed it planM'tJ his subscription to the Fourth Liberty io.Bna' to jro Loan from $60,000 to $280,000. Col. E. H. Taylor, 'Jr.. Ky., hflg voluntarily of Frank-for- t, A tttm 3C f BSK3PERUNA Greatest Human Vitnlizcr "Durlnir the Trlntrm of IIS? no hnrtly nfrilctnl with calnrrh of thn head and thouRlit 1 mint surclr dlo from It. Aftrr Irylait mnnr riortar nml nil other recommendeit made known to me, I won lndurd td use by l'erunn. 1 nna rnrrd rntlrflr unlnir twtlvo bottler of 1'eruna nnd one battle of Manalln, 8lnc that time, 1 have nerer been without l'erunn. I ime It for raid nnd n n arnrrnl Ionic durlnit Xprlnit nnd I'all mnntha and. nnd It the Kreatent human vltallier." $otd Uierynhrre nml 1S9S, I wn rrm-pill- I Was Entirely Cured Mr. IVn, A. Hartmann, !t74 R. Hecond Kt., MuakORCo, Oklahoma, 64c And . Tri-Mnt- the FREIGHT. r Shotguns and Skotskells or Autoloading Shotgun and SmnkelcM "Arrow" or "Nitro Cluf Wetproof Steel Lined "Speed SLelli" made to thus dttcrlbea hla caie. Head hla letter. Liquid or Tablet I'nrm Oct. 14h to GET the full benefit of your npjre time for gtiooting Fall witlt a Remington UMC Pump Gun Loot right. STORE Snrntt nml wltn Vinf Iah aiiivv nt Lancaster for the iaw few dnys last timing tneir son, untis apratt, and family, who hns bcn quite sick. Robeit Harris got a cablegram n f 1 IV llnVA lieu th.'lt bi hrntbnr A i. thui Harris, was seriously wounded in r ranee Mi.'Srn Jnnin Tnpkir nml Ivn An derson, who have tecn attending school at Herca, are at home until the Spanish 11 u is nbatcd. am. ueiiah Anderson, wife or Lieut. Leslie Anderson, was visiting in Uiis section n few days last week. L'Ut she was suddenl called to her father's bedside in Texas, who is with the Spanish inlluenrn. As J - I fulfil- r.- DAVIS -.- suf-ferin- tr she is both hnmlsome and friendly, nnd has nil the traits of a refined ladv, the Lieut, is to ho congratulated on being so fortunate to get such n helpmeet, as we began to fear that lie win going to try to light life a battles alone. Win. Dishon had the misfortune to lii'lnw the knee, but ....! i.i. i.w. at the present time is doing as well as could le expccien. wr iimniuii m waiting on him. The little baby of Mrs. Lucy Kidd is very low at this writing. Robert Petrey, wn nas been sick fnr tln Inst two months with some thing like tuberculosis, remains about the same iH price ia "Clear Money" to yeu. Ship your e you can always tie bt-- ' ci cam DIRECT to the tcr dcnling DIRECT. 'Shipper from prepaid peinta.w!ll Imve the freight added to their checks. " mfM: riie e Trl-Stat- TRI-STAT- E BUTTER COMPANY Food Admtn. I United Stale rat ion LIcenic No. CINCINNATI, OHIO ..' Ur.c your own cam or write if you need cans. WE PAY THE FREIGHT. Guarantee your cream and cans against for Shooting Right There or feature in the Remington UMC Shot-gun- s. They look, fit, work and shoot equal to highest expectations. is C UMC not a single out-of-d- ate mechanical nrtnciple Our Annual Fall Sale V ' Likewise, Remington UMC Smokeless "Arrow" and "Nitro Cluh" Wetproof Steel Lined "Speed Shells." made comfiltttly waterproof hy a wonderful and exclusive process, richly justify their selection. ou ouy the same popular "Arrow" or "Nitro Cluh" brand, at the regular price, and get the Wetproof improvement besides, without extra charge. The same ttielti, having highest speed, best pattern and penetration, made f till tetter. nen they "ought to" be affected by damp storage or soaking wet from a shower, they will be found hard and smooth as usual, will work through the gun pcrfcotly and shoot right. In order to make more room for the display of our Fall and Winter Stock, we are giving our patrons and friends an apportunity to buy Seasonable Goods at great reductions. Read the following prices and see what you can save by attending our Sale, beginning "New Club," .now In black fiowJcr shells, buy the old reliable Vetproof sealed at turnover und tup wad. Saturday. Oct. 19, And Lasting 10 Days Remember these are Fall and Winter Goods and are fresh and in style. LADIES' CLOTHING Ladies' Suits, wij have .a big line, all colors and sizes tailor made. made $19.98 The $25 Suits now $23.98 The $27.50 and $30 are now on sale at $29.50 The $35 and $40 are now j?oin at to $20 We have about 50 Suits worth from 5 $5.98 to $9.98 that we can sell you at C. M. SoM hy fffiortmf GooJt Dealer in Your Community Ucia nl ail your (un ritk REM OIL. lit remtimt Irbt, Lubric.at ..J Kurt Prcvrtiv tu. IV lt ; ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO., Inc. 1I,e. REMINGTON BUILDING CROCHET COTTON C, worth lGc, now WOOLWORTH '.V , NEW YORK CITY I0c LADIES' SHOES High top. gray, chocolate, black and brown, all kinds and colors, $fi grade at . $4.48 S7 grade at . $5.98 : $10 grade at $6.48 We have all kinds of shoes that we can sell you at " $2.98 to $3.98 About 150 pairs of shoes at 98c . Quito the boft thing that l.hS kaiser Has said, or is reputed to havo sad, in recent weeks is the statement attributed to him from Berlin that it would accomplish little for him to abdicate as the crown prince is considerably more unpop-ula- r than he is himself. Yes Everybody Takes Cascarets I LADIES' COATS $10 $15 $20 $30 $50 robust manhood is while life is young and the body developing ;vA- groving child needs eytrjf'possible help to conserve eiiea&y and confirm the body - a strong foundation for YOUTH-TIM- E The important time to lay Only 10 cents! Harmless cathartic for sluggish liver and bowels Imllirt C.hnpr nn! Tnkn Cns. carets to liven your liver and clean Vac.1 grade grade grade grade grade $4.98 $9.98 l $14.45 at .. $23.98 at .$32.50 at We also have a lot of coats we can sell you for $3.98. for a LADIES' HATS We have a big line of Ladies' Hats worth from $3 to $4 at SUITS AND OVERCOATS 98c MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS We have a big line of Misses and Children's Oats, sizes 3 to 19, worth from $3. to $20 that we can sell you from $1.48 to $14. MEN'S CLOTHING at at $18. Suits at $2JT Suits at $12 Suits $15 Suits $35 Suits at . . a the bowels. and stop headaches, biliousness, bad breath, coated tongue, nnllnu nr.ua cAllf ctAtlUlfh ...$9.98 ..$13.00 . $8.t8 lltl ll ITJICM. in vigorous health. To $ develbping child Sxra rs "jp j." ijg Tonight take Cascarets and enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver anu uowei cienna-in- g you ever experienced. Wake up feeling grand Everybody's doing it. Cascarets best laxative for children. They gladly take this pleasant candy cathartic because it 'never gripes or sickens like other things. DR. MURPHY LADIES' SKIRTS $2.93 to $9.98 We can sell you good Skirts 98c We also have 150 Skirts, worth from $3 to $1, now . $19.98 $29 50 ... OVERCOATS We have bargains in Overcoats. coats, worth $15 to $18 at LADIES' DRESSES and Silk Poplin3 from We House Dresses that were $3, now have-Serge About 50 Over- . ... $3.98 to $9.98 $1.69 $7.98 89c $1.98 $3 CO MEN'S SHIRTS '250 Shirt worth $1.50 and $2 will go at V SALE THURSDAY Dmwiddie & Owens, the West End land brokers, will dispose of n good farm next Thursday, 24th. when the Dr. W. T. Murphy place or Rolling i Fork, in Casoy county, will be sold corn$3 witli particular help. for the high dollar There are some Thousands of the strong men 300 acre and it is divided into two and the other of and women of today were in fnrms, one of 175ndvortisement else120 acros. Read youth'time nourished and &a where in this issue and attend the strengthened to withstand big sale. the inroads of disease by the U) John U. Gabbard, of the Carters 4),L villfi section of Garrard, was killed m cotttieientvUse of Scott's. IScat&Dvwoe.BlaoJuficld.N,. action in France. mmmKmsmr7KKgaasssarrvmrtiamiit,rit'WMBM OUTING CLOTH We have a big line of fancy stripes and chocks in OuU 25c you for ing Cloth, worth 35c we can si-1- MEN'S SHOES $3.50 Shoos at $4.50 Shoo at I $5 Shoo nt JG.fiO Shoos at $7.50 Shoes at " , PERCALES We have a big lot of liglit and dark percalos, 27 inch. 24c worth 35c, we can sell you for 31c Yard-widworth 40c we can sell you now for e, $3.98 $4 9S $5.93 . 4j -- DRESS GINGHAMS Big plaids, worth 40c per yard, 10 yards to cuutomor $2'lD at t 25c Small plaids, wirth 30c, now MEN'S HATS AND CAPS Thut we can sell you from . . 48c to $4 98 19- -1 I DRESS GOODS Serges worth $2 per yard, now $1.24 $1-69 MEN'S, LADIES AND CHILDREN'S RUBBER GOODS we can sell you B Marvelous Seed Wheat We have a supply of extra good Marvel- ous seed wheat. Have run it over our clean? ' v ers!twice. Tests 6 lbs. to the bushel. All from one crop. This wheat yielded 35 bu. to th acre. The best wheat we received this sea- son, was the Marvelous. Price $2.50 per bti. " TAFFETA SILKS Worth $2, now Union Suits, 75c grade now $1.50 grade at The $2 grade at Felt boots, gum boots, rubber shoes, overshoes, that at a very low figure. BLANKETS AND COMFORTS Good heavy blankets, $3.50 grade $5 LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR 49c $1-2$l-65 9 grade for $8 grade for AH wool blanket, regular $12 goods at Comforts for these cool nights, worth $(J, now at $2.45 $3.98 $5.98 $8.98 $3.98 1 You have done the right thing by buying fiiberty Bonds; now buy your Winter's needs. You will find us in our new home Severance & Son's in the Myers House Building, Corn Main and Depot streets. old store-room lb t JH. L ?V -.. Baughman & Co. The Bargain Sitlem & Salem w a Fwani V I:' mjois- l-- nrr- - Jr - ., n -- t siki .tAJlTi J