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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iA. .! s0-fS . i VV 1 J ;K ' ' VSi 41 Established .1860-5?t- h Year No. 85 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, CRAB Mr. Lesllo Tuckcr'a entire fnmilv hns been sick. Dr. Jones nnd Porter nrc nulte alck nt their home here. Little Jimme nnd Cnthcrlno Btlr- gln hftve boon very alck. I.dwin nml t.li7nlieth Newlnnd hnve ench been sick with grippe. Mrs. Lei Rogers, of Somerset, hns been visiting redntjvea here'. Ktlwnrd Kdmiston. of Cincinnnll. wns here with h pnrents this week Mr, ham alngee. nnd Lee Tnomn- son Mngee are both alck of fnflu-enr- Tuesday, Oct. 22,' 1 9 8 1 I Tuesdays and Fridays na m few MIDDLEBURG Jeff Austin tins moved Jnto the I Graolev Lute property nnd is now a r part of us. Jack Sludrr otnl one or two mem-livr- a of his fnmily nro rcportcil slek of Spanish Inflticnzn. There lire no alnckcra nmohg the dcTnocrnta hero They, nro nil in lino far Stanley find Holm; Mr. nml .Mr. V T. Jnspcr wont to postmnstcr at London. 1. C. Ornnd, formerly of Unrrard county, is dead nt Wnco, Texas. Iloyd county went over $250,000 over the top in the sale of bonds. Mrs. Ijtwrcnce I.ccre is dead, of pneumonln nt her home in Pulnskl, Public funernK are forbidden in Chlcnjfo in onler to combat influenrii Doufflna Mnrtln nnd Alec Tvree, of Mirtonviflr Snturelni'lei gnthcr chest-no- t. Hrodhend, are dangerously ill of Thev tonk with them littlo Knthonne Leo Fogle a Lieut Got. James I), mack The BAptlst rhurch here I without "flu" sufferer nt his home nt '', of thnt n pnslor nnd the officer , irrh are looking fur n live mnn A l)r W K Orntely, a prominent 1) mi with n fnmilv preferred rltiicn of Hrodhend, is dnnuorous'y A irooel rain fell ncrc Friday muM ill of "flu " "r'i nt nund Tim nnd Sntilnlnv morning ti I'rnnk (Jrnv. son of James P (Intv, wns wet to n slight depth nnd the sup formerly of .Somerset, was killed in pit of itork wnter nindo lietter J"t action in I'rnnce The school closed here Woelno l)r ( T Thotnns, n prominent morning hut we lire honing Hint physic-ind"V or i.ennnon junction, men condition will soon he nrh IhHt bus Sunday of inlluenza. Perilous times enn lib resumed i"ss Pulton county society women are h so doing their bit by helpuiL; the lotton This personal mention throuijh the rnisent pit k their crop. carelessness of the "eletll" perhaps. Mercer county wns asked to sell rent into our letter of Inst weeK'i $1111.000 worth of bonds She of Jlts hn Ren Scott Ijinrnster, is of n half million " lh nK Miss '""" Itev Knnis Insed a tun dnyV mec t evening crowds Tho usual Deep Creek church in Pulaski pt Yosenute were not so lite at resulted in 2H additions here nnd which Urre Inst Sntiirilnv H i supposed whose wife A Spanish tin tine something o home Penns.tlvnnian wns cottlliL; rime iKnt the s.iji-pebite while he ' tt with diminlshiiu' the niimher usu- killed her with a rollinir pin ')v nresent Walter flnflln, son of Owing to the rnrcitv of qunil nnd Onflln, of Somerset, is dead He wns asit tV ) djstnnr" to he trnveled to find an engineer on the Southern Kiiilrond of ammunition. thm the hii'h inremnrksmnnship it for jears Mud the lls'inl hud A bahv trirl in Atlanta hns been Is estimated thnt en'h Inril killed will named Ablfe, from the initial letters cct nt lensl r0 cents of Cnltnrv of America. Belgium, lUly, Prance Rev lllitton, imitor and Knuland Ib.ptlst church, four miles south of McCrneken county malingers of the nlnce, begun n two weeks' meetthis I Loan drite will print ing there Monday night, hut the or '"ourth iborty the lionil slarKcrs of s he nnni-ill r for closing nil church ti not liny nnd emir anil he closed Wednesday -- ten those who ieroulilIlenirle,would daucrhter of Mis in.' ' The Hed Cross Indies shwpe ' 112 Iti.t J W llwtcle. who used to nreoch elreeel chickens nnd it cne of ' irs pt the titist church at Hustontille, " died of inlluciim nt her home near t . Cnmn Tntlor for the sirk so' (iiorgctnwn .Tnesn chickens were drew' ' ' ' Iiuistille will t ulcel bt the irood Indies of lhi St atnr Colleei-it n. who art nlwnts remit to ilo unfurl a si rvire ting ns soon as in ti teething for the soldier hots fluenzN bis run iti course thnt will .We hnte hud our meatless - II hnte on it I 021 stars, si ten of which hentlcss dnts nnd hnte entten are golden ones. -them nnd lik-- l them, hut mm The Got eminent has put a ban on have, hy conditions over which moking nmoiig the niiri-tar- t mloit eignrette during the epidemic of l ve no control, bee n forced to boy Sunelny school!. rkurclile-snnd now rngmg in all ptrts c f el .vs. What will conn' next tin I "! the 1'nited States. . We would not he un If Iv knows ItrorU of Count ton Bernstorlf s od ns comnbiinlne?. hut tins U and iithern t corner the snpolv of tjvjch out of the ordinury that tiling hH" Im ar ' in the United States .1 nl Hi.pni rlehl with neiilile here The kmser is rennrted to Imte mill Tinl thus rr'Otile the plants niniiu 'ictuiing oM.'ositrs. for the Allies t'U one occasion thnt he would stnnil f r no i.onsense from Inc unuen were dittlniMxt lv A Mitchell Palmer A dispatch from Chicago sats that Sit-s- . hut perhaps he hns learned "king of li this time that we have a mnn nt 'efT Davis, the the head of nlTnirs in this countr " huboo " i preimnng to unfurl a He that does not drill in "nonufwe wrtire Hag bearing 30.000 starsmom- Tiiu wny he hns ione after the old its the onler of hoboes has aJIO.OOO -- bin of Ti07 .1.1(5 and that Nenst of llerlin" doesn't look non he ' ' them are doing dutt here and .. vsicnl to n man un u tne, nnd thw real there 'J hmte is nhli to Mthnugh thrre wns a sharp do. i. nnini: of it if he is poyusocd of I) sense us n loue cr tse In the number of new can' ace prop of mtlueiixa in New York, the death The Inte trvneherous pi . tir is have mil fooled the women tll from pneumonia still jrrows Un-d- c Tiny are still ifii f this tiruiity passeil lamllords who n law knisei lit knittinie fni' iluriiigjut epidemic to lite up ii H after the the eaters, socks, etc , for the noldier to (ontrncts railing for heat will be The women of this conn arn tod Shiiihuilding plants are ti Trance to" re entitled to more than half of er'oiisl hnndirappcil i the the praise for the victory that is tieiiic ".ton for ni;ht and justice The Th ugh definite dgtiies are not ct Kjcnllces that main if them have ted. Trensnrt nllb nils are collhe told in words, and s ide tan not tlmt the six victory that is lieinir aclueted ide i hns tieen grentlt billion Llbertt the nuestion up to the State's legal Cemetery. tW I oan otersuliscribed WOMENIEAVY SUBSCRIBERS c. uld neter lute come to us hut for Itvpoi' from all ti rts of the coun- adtiser and the opinion followed The women's subscriptions to the PUBLIC SALES tho untinnir elTortii of these "niiKels try i" ' cated that hn-'last hour sub-s- i WILL LOCATE AT GoTdSBORO N T Gutmnn will have a sile of Fourth Liberty Loan amounted to o' mercy " npt wns hud been made to swell the Lutes, who has been with personalty near Crab Orchard, Thurs- $015,975 Keene This represents bonds sold It is WITE BEATER TINED $15,000 "lieai't large total ("00.000 estimated the L B Sapp Furniture Store, since day. 2 Ith: David Street will sell near only to women all over the county, persons the business was founded, has thnt in ire than 20 and" it excellent work, considering the to the tabulations of an siibsiiilied t the bun, the greatest Crab Orchard, Saturday. 2(Uh. lot of his position and will lente in stock, crop, etc. : Mr F Iteiel will hate difficulties with which they had to con.i i.linK mm bine which was lirouirht such mote-tuuh r N C. a big sale of 'ive stock, crops, etc., tend. Special mention should be of Superior Iki nt n. response to .iitthe countr t a few eliys for Goblsboro. court 1. to use in the f the bistort where he will be associate el with his on October .10th; J B. Hutcluns will mnele of Miss Mancie Ware, of Judge Tliomas V (inilmni. at San In other m n large depaitnient store sell his good farm, known as Drakes nnd Mrs. Jerry Adams, of Mrs Uiith (Intrith h.id been itncifco TO THE FARMERS Mr Lutes is a lirst class business Creek Farm, Hustonville, for the splendid work trwtn .100 benttmni by her husband, our compliance, by our man anil has taken an artite inter- Thursday, Novin the Fast L. End. on thev did Due t McKee 7th; J. in their par of the county, llarrt finlhtli, n sisn piuntei. fioni Goternm nt to produce all the poul- est in everything for the unbuilding Kiffe vtill dispose of a lot of stock, as did Mrs. Asa 11 Morgan at Wnynes-burg- . whom she was seeking a divorce try posulilo. w beret er it is practicof the community and his ninny crops, etc. on Saturday, Nov 2: A Mrs (irilhtli told the court that her we Unci a tert lur.'e crop of friends this locnlitt will regret to C Hill will hold a sale of his fann busbnnd lind beaten her so many able, chickens it the Contr i! West. South. learn ofin his intended remotal His and personalty on Wedneselav, Nov. SHORT FORCE IN EXCHANGE times she Irid lost count of them ; North and Noithwest with a hhort- On account of the illness of one fanult will remain in Dnntille for the (ith Takimt the tabulation of the ndd-irj- aire of labor, Watch for these advertisef cars for present operator nnd death in the fnmily of Aeltocnte machine as correct and in nc transportation, thortuge of fieezini; ments in the I. J two of them, only two young ladies .rdnnre with his annouiircoi policy iimmi ior lreez-intli "PLU'S" FIRST VICTIM DEATH OF" EDWARD CORDIER are left to care for the telephone of awnrdmi: wites $fi0 each for beat siuicemoat" is biii'ini: ahippe ' to our o William Hnttie Hocker, wife of in day nnd one at night. They Edward Corelier, aged nine, son of isvpc their husband inflicted, .Indue and ll'e abroH.I and in or-d- Hocker, colored, was influenza's lirst Mr and Mrs. Sam Corelier, of Leba- are working mighty hard and nre drnham awarded Mrs (Irillith n lump in a way victim in Stanford. to mai'it tint, poul'-She elieel Sat- non Junction, died there Saturday mitrhtv well under the circum um of flfi.OOO as damnues. to pieten wnate of som" of the urday afternoon and was buried to anil was buneil in Buffalo Springs stances. Be ns patient ns possible orib r to Ii 'i out the day and She was about .15 years old and Cemetery Sunday TURKEY PRICES TO SOAR He had been ill nnd don't make any more calls than the freez- for years had been a sort ant in the of influenza, when rheumatism went is absolutely necessary. The young Substitution of chickens, ducks nnd transpoi tut urn esituation aroutnotic ask our er pioblem home of Hon ami Mrs. W II. Shanl s. to his lienrt This is the seconel son ladies are hard worked nt nest, out Kfvse for Thanksgiving day turkets the following Deceased was a good, hurd-ttoin,i that Mr. and Mrs, Corelier have been now they nre doing double duty. ration t in order to sunnlv the men of the suggestions mrrt out woman nnd friends both whit- and called on to give up in the last few army and navy with turkey dinners DIED AT CAMP MEADE lirst . ,iu set only the well ma colored regret that she lias been tak- years nnd they hnve the unbounded .. is urucu on toe iiiiiiiil- - iiv niiiiAi. . s - .! ' u "' V" John W. Mnrtin, son of James ..?. "...V en away. .sympathy of their many friends in .eruT The Got ernment hns contract ft"" at the Martin, of their troubles, which tread each oth Camp Meade, the West End, died wns cd for entire supply of cold storage. of poult" tl mil mctc'tinc Maryland, where he h. CORN $3i BEEF CATTLE ne ers heels, so fnst they follow. turkey, it is said, and has also nr in training, nnd his body was brought I'r ni now until Dec Monday's "Fifty Years Ago" colranged to purchase most of the fresh theSecond per entnge of old liens 1st, are larger to McKmnev and wns buried last of told of TO LEBANON TOR BOOZE Consumers who insist moulting, are unattractive in appear-nic- umn in the Courier-Journakilled fowl Young Martin hnd many The Interior Journal is reliably in the week the sale of corn at $11 in i b"et ctttle tisin turkey for Thanki-gi- t ing will be weigh b and ton should mar- n (5 and 7c. The piner iiIm) said fonneel that there were over 100 men friends who deeply- deplore his uncompelled to take their chine es in - lords thosethat ate that Mr. Pugh sold his Si'il'tuo ami on No. 21, the morning passenger timely death. a scanty mnrkot and the prices, it is ket only hoi nig the balance until 2(5 acres of land opposite the remc-tci- v Monday, bound for Lebanon for predicted, will "soar sky high " NO REPAIRING FOR A WEEK Dec 1st Lexington fi" Sir.,000 booze. Most of them were coal minafter in illness of lluid Win iter nracticible bold OlMte n dilTerenie in pries then l nil ers and they were n very orderly set. of On nccount of the nssistnnts, severnl IN LOVING MEMORY of John I vtill my fnmily and VT All went to get n little whisky for Martin, who died October 7. lUlh n mnnt birds a posaible on the farm now. mnke repairs on cars nble purposes, the word hnv-in- g not be garageto I luted you dourly until aftei .Inn 1st in older to remedicinal hi life but for mv gone out thnt it is n splendid in will continue totUe next week, and late the freezer situation BIG SUM RAISED BY D. A. R. In death 1 do the mime, I sell gasoline r mirth Kecj nil pullets foi egg I often sit and think of you Chapters of the Daughters of the medicine for "flu" sufferers. II. C. Anderson, Anderson Gn- oils production this winter aid next American Retolution in 28 states Ami wish you were here again ; why"the dhterence ntge, East Main street, Stanford. It spring $200,000 to the Red Cross think of you in silence. Tho Itegistet says that the W W. l'tfth- - Knst of the Mississippi riv- and $78,000 to the Y. M. C. A and No eyes can sec me weep, TURN llANDS BACK OCT. 27 er mnrkot turkeys that are intended Y W C A . nnd raised $74,850 for Pigg ptopertv insoldRichmond that But many n ailent tear 1 ahed No further effort will be made by for $1(5,000 a (innvki'ss Thanksgiving from Nov 10th to the cure of French orphnns nnd $2ti,-00- 0 could have been for When others are asleep. to continue the existing year ago, vtns soli! last week for ICth, nnd West of the Missis-aipfor civilinn relief in Tolloloy, Sadly missed by his luting friend, Nov. daylight saving of Stanford pioperty that sold last the clocks will law, nnd the hands on Nov, 8th to Nov. 1 Ith, France, in tho six: months sending front be turned back miss i)i:amh: year for SJ.uuu or $.i,vcn is wucwi Oct. 27th as originally planned. holding the balance until Dee. 7th. Oit. 1. almost double the amount now. Is as UHiially it large percentage of sincere gratitude Hichnioiid on the down grade"' MURPHY SALE THURSDAY Un William Boll, Lognnsport, Inel , turketa leaching the innrket too lute A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN tlmt n beautiful Do you know nnU "I deem it my duty togood for Thinksgiting must bo plnced in Bear in mind the Dr W T MurPIPE ORGAN HAS ARRIVED for tho mv gratitudo in Casey cold storage, room for which this woman always has it good digestion? on Rolling The handsome pipe oignn for the phy snleThursday. A Fork eVaamberlain'a Colic nnd Dinrraoen year is un.it nllable for tonsoiis nboto If your digestion is faulty, eat lightsplendid farm county Harris Memorial cliunh has arrived will bo disposed of by Dinwiddle tt: I had n aovero Ucmedv did when stated. J N Saunders, Lincoln ly of meats, and take nn occasion1" being placed in position in tre i of eliarrhoen three venra ngo. County I'ooel Administrator. dose of Chamberlain's Tablets to and nn im Owens, of the Fust End, ."e. beitutiful new church. It is (5,000 the only medicine that relief-t- d strengthen your digestion. Price It wiia mouse organ, weighing oter BRONCHIAL TROUBLE ate." TRY SULPHUR IN YOUR SHOE pounds It cost the good Methodist They say: Mrs. A. K. Sidenborder, Kockfield, PEDAGOGUES WILL GET THEIRS people about $2,501), bron-chiKentucky bus exceeded her quotn Ind states: "For an attnek of A pinch of sulphur in your shoe Sihool toachors will receive their trouble which usually tissuila tho Fourth Liberty Loan cami Will pretent n fearful ease of "llu." RYE FOR SALE 1 find Cltamlierliiln'a regular pay for the timo schools aro RECLEANED SEED n.e in tho spring paign by flte nnd a half million Try it. Wo have a sock of reeleuned seeil epniiil reuorta from aevural coun- - Cough Remeely tlio only thing thnt closed on account of tho influenza for sale. Call using it for idemic. State Supt. V. O. Gilbert lias rye of fine quality Ijincnster. Enst-cr- n gitea mo relief. After Hud-soThure wore sot tin death from lies are incomplete. Both tho telephone No. 20, Sunday. nnd Western Districts went "over a few days all signs of bronchial made this ruling in response to 2t Hughes & Fainau. tioublo disappear." tu t p" by substantial amounts. DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER K. W. Hackney hns been .... ills-po- c -- nr s Jc-cs- n- s self-atyle- il w otr "-- h -- ln-e- CONGRESSHAN HELM HERE HUSTONVILLE THE LATEST WAR NEWS' Congrcssmnn Hnrvey Helm ar- Wm. Itlffo Is n victim of the flu The British in tho vicinityrof nml the Americans north Miss Louclln Dye is auffenn f rom rived .Saturday night from Washing ton City, where he hns been busy Tor west of Verdun pushcel forward their flu. It is his first visit o his lines yesterday ngninst vigorous opMiss Klirnbcth Stngg is on the sick months. home in n long time and his" ninny' position of the enemv. The British list. forceel Miss Maggie Cnrnphell is n victim fricnels and ndmirers nrc glail to shnkc ngninst intense resistance hia hnnd ngnin. He is feeling good their wny to within two miles of tho ' , of the flu. Orle Barnett is with the homcfolks over the prospects of winning the wnr strategic city of France, which has nt nn enrly date nnd thinks, ns the been nn important .railroad center for n few dnys. Miss Nitrb ('arson hns been quite rest of us, thnt this countrv's pnrt for the Germans nnd is being defendin the tvorlel wnr hns been the most ed with desperation by the enemy. ill of Spanish (la. Nutlmn Prewilt has moveel his fam- - remarkable the world has ever known The British also ' crossed tho Aisne inc I''"1"' "elms record In Congress is oncf cnnal in the ICntenu secteir. ilv lo Brvnntsvllle. Gill Burton' hna rented the housnthnt Ins fi lends hnve good reason to Amnrirnns en in I'd important positions Hc hna stood by the against stiffening resistance Further Mr Leieh Just vnertted. "V nil nlnntr the line In fnct. gains also were made in Belgium nnd Miss bntie Nnnl-- r. of Pans, hns Mhw Blnncho Barnett wns in Stan-- ! ls oru' of Mr- - v "inn a stnunchest Northern France been the guest of Miss Nadine Mc fo"' lsi week fihoppinr inc Dr. Solf, the Germnn secretary for Clure Bob McCormitek of Turncrsville, In uiipiiitt?rj in (he wnr nnd other mens-th- e hate come before Congress. Foreign Affairs, has sent nnother Mr nml Mrs. Melvin Collier hnve rues! of John S Rifle Mrs CluMress nnd children were ': Ukt", R,'m',l hi,H ''lection on Not nth, message to President! Wilson on the their relareturned from n tisit 01,-tThis !h(" "'' fl'1''. l,ll't ' '"" Koing important question of peace l tives in London. in Danville SHturdnv shopping as much Mrs. Susie Curtis hns gone to time Germnnv professes to ncrept nil Dr T W. Pennington nnd wife, of " w'". j'"t ' '"i in the election of Gov Stnn- - of the conditions for an nrmisticc , crested were here lust week. Nnhtille to visit her son. Walter ns j ant in my own nnd eventual peace ns laid elown by Curtis, and fnmilv. Mrs. Jim Denn amf Mrs Lou Cnr '"'v " 'np ri"-p- iim Mrs M I. Fish has not heen so well pente-- were in Stanford Fri.lny ,'n faithisI fight reallv putting in Presiefent Wilson. The reply indicates than in my own Germany's willingness to evacunte octhis Inst week nnd Mrs Mollie Bur Joe Poin.Iexter. of Kinilc Mills, more licks In an ngreement gin nlso hns been ill wns her. with friends Inst week. ."" no,1 think there s a doubt about cupied territory under military chiefs mis to be reached by the W B I.oii'h has moted to bis teiuuchy going democratic .Miss llirel rcrkins tins lieen suiler-in- g certainly there is none if in the field. It is announced in the H,ar. this week with a most setere colli fnrm oilt on th- - Mublleburg pike. People will stop long enough to note that nil submarine commnnders nnel nttack of grippe. Miss Liura SnniUdge. of Morclnnd, l tmk nat " (Icmocratic Prcsielent - have been onlered to cease attacks Sirs. Kmma rnrris went to Broil- - wns in town Saturday shopping. livail this week to be with Mrs. Al undress ami oen- upon passencer vessels. Denial is Mr Joe Williams, or Tennessee, i'te have done in these ptrlitus times. ' mnele that lifebelts nnd passengers wns here Siturdav with relatives bert Iliatt n few weeks. ( ongressmnn Helm is in fine health have ever purpoely been destroyed Or I'iiimt Ihrks. who has been mute Tom Hnvs Bronniich, who hns been His that any nuthorizeel atrocities have so seriously ill nt his home here, is ill of pneumonia, is tery much better. ami looks eterv inch a winner hope troops. much imnroted. we are glad to state. Alfred Tucker has been here on a friends benrel that his clarion toice been committed by Germnn now hns will be from the stump if the It is declared that Germany TuckMrs Montez Flh came homea few visit to his mother, Mrs Geo infernal influenza lets up enough to n parliamentary form of government, elats since from Chicago Junctionto er. responsible to the people. at the denot here for it while. Ac are glad to see Atthiir ( o lift the ban against gatherings. The towns of Zeebrugge and Mr Jamie Cnrpenter has been f rut ngnin, nfter tUit a siege DONATES $100 TQ RED CROSS Heyst have been occupied, the enquite sie k for some ilnys. Mrs. Car- of fu. ii"iuv;j iiik in niu itiu ui unit tire coast of Belgium evacuated by "l penter Ins also hnd a most set ere Judge Myers sold his . ool room ftlt,(U thp Crab 0rehanI MlUi Co the Germans, the Bruggcs-Ghen- t cold. nnel soft drink stand to .tiilfurel ... . n - tn 09 canal crossed and the fall of Ghent Mrs. Ila Powell came from Cednr Cn Inj-nnel nnoweei tci make a compromise 0 Creek to work in Mrs. Newland's I. Itoutenburtr will mote to his new settlement by donating $100 to the is momentnnly expected, while Germans hnve been forced to place at the exchange during her home on Dantille street the first of Lincoln County Chapter Amerof the cross the Dutch frontier nnel are absence the month. ican Red Cross The amount wns paid Sam Perkins wns able to came Will and Everett Owsley, of Ten- to the county food administrator and now mtcrneel in Holland. This sums down town Weelneselny for the first nessee, nre visiting their aunt, Mrs. dclitercel to the Red Cross chapter up the fighting in Belgium, which in the past week has swept the enelime since getting hurt in an auto J. K. Helm. nnd the following receipt token. ' my from 'strongly intrenched posiaccident. Miss Knthcryne Wanner has of J. N. Saunders, County tions. To the south tho British hnve Mrs Daisy Hunt, who has been n very plensnnt visit to Fooel Administrator, $100 'paid by nfter within two miles of tery sick with inlluenza, is nble to be friends in Lnncnster. Crab Orchnrd Milling Co. for profi- advanced to the Selle river sector Tournni. In niup. and Mr Frank Brooks anil The beautiful bungalow that is be- teering. Oct. 22. 1318 Wm. stream, and they have crosseel ter Hunt each hnte it. ing erecteel on Eugene Dunn's farm Chnirman Lincoln County near Le Cateau that Germans are the Mrs Surah Hurt hns just returned is nenring completion. Red Cross." throwing in every availnble man to freim a most plensant visit with her Jack New hern, who hns been quite The mill is closed with a notice sister. Mrs Thomas Douglas, and oth- sick of pneumonia at Camp Sheridan, placarded on its door showing why." stop the tide of Allied adtance. In the Champagne region the American er relatitea in Danville nnd Lancaster. Aln . is very much better. and the kev te the establishment held Mrs Calthn New land went to We were ineleed glad to see our by M. M. Perkins, Deputy Food Ad- forces have captured Rethcl at the point of the liayonet and pushed Spurhngton, near Campbellstille, to friend, Fred Jotters, in town th!s ministrator. forwnrd their lines. see Shelbt, who hns been real sick week, after a absence. Germany's reply to President WilHe was better nt with intluenra. Quite a good many of our citi-'"i- HOME CARD CAMPAIGN DEC 1 son has boon handed to the Swiss last reports Mrs. J. B. Paxton has been official were summoneil to appear at Mr James M Bronnugh and wife, Moreland this week. A court of in ly notified of p change of date for Minister nt Berlin for transmission to of Lexinvton hate been tisiting his vestigation being held the Home Card campaign from Oct. the United Stntes, nccording to unofAmsterdam father Col It II Bronaugh, who is nnel 28th to Dec. 1st. on account of the ficial ndvices reaching Mack Hughes, or uanville, In the reply teit much improted nnd able to rule Mode Nicolls. of Lexington, were prevalence of influenza throughout from German sources. willingness to in an auto a few etenings since. Tuesday, and while here purchased the country. Dec. 1st has been se- Germany expresses a Mr Kel Koehler of East Bernstaelt. a fancy gebling from Dr. R. B Cnr- lected so ns not to interfere with the evacunte Belgiun soil, but believes a few elats since looking penter at a fancy price. United Wnr Work camoaicn durint: such vvithflrnwal would nccesbanly whs nfter a large tract of timber he owns the week beginning Nov. 11th, when take'sevcral months. It isadded thnt ROUTOrTlBURIED HERE near town He hns etery evidence of v EARL efforts will be made to provide funds the Germnn government Is prepared Karl Itouton, aged 20. who elieel ror the loung Mens Christian As provisionally fo- .abandon its supply of coal on this land a and we hope it is true Mr. Koehle" at Lebanon Junction of infiuenm, sociation and the toung Women s campaign. A Madrid disDatch says was looking real well nnel seemed was buried here Monday morning. Christian Association and the other that Germany has officially .notified nleaseel to be once more with obi He was a son of Mr and Mrs Ben agencies ministering to the comfort the Spanish government that the Ger- Itouton, who lived at Row laud before anil welfare of the army and navy. man Admiralty has recaljed all subfriends here marines to their bases. their remotal to the above place. t I PUT 'EM ON! GO AHEAD Gen. Maurice, writing on the sitMrs Itouton, who hns just recovered CARL KING SUCCUMBS TO "FLU" Neither the law of God nor the law from nn nttack of "flu," accompanCnrl King, son of Mr. George W. uation on the battlefront, urges thnt s of man at least in Nebraska ied the remains, but her husband and King, and a merchant of Crab Or the people think more of victory nnd women fnm wearing men's six other members of the family were chard, died there last night of influ- less of vengenncc. He declares that when thev are engaged in war too ill with the epidemic to come enza clothes He is survived by his wife, to create in the minds of the German work. Attorney General W E Reeel Young Itouton was a fine young man who wns Miss Beulah Wnllin, daught people the iden thnt the Allies inAttorney General Heed's and the announcement of his eleath er of W D Wallin, also of the East tend to destroy the nation is to play, ruleel opinion was git en to the Itev W II was receited with much sorrow by his End. Mr King was about 35 tears into the hands of the hun war lords. Neb , who many friends here Writing from Holland, George Longpre, of Maxwell, He was a mem- old and wns a tery popular, clever wrote Got ei nor Keith Neville n let- ber of the Stanford Christian church, young man He had lots of friends Renwick tells of the lengthy conferter saying the wearing of men's gar- h it ing joined under the preaching of in his home town who deeply regret ences held bv Chancellor Mnximil-inments bt women was ngatnt Bible Itet 1) M Walker Dr. II. J Braz-elto- n his elemise Much sympathy is felt Ludendorf nnd Admiral Scheff doctrine anil asking if it was conpreached an appropriate fun-ei- for tiie wife and parents in their over the reply iiermanv win senei law Gov Netille put trary to State to the United States. The indicadiscourse at the grate in Buffalo great loss. orchard .r -- "''nt r "' '' "' I nt i.,t ... 15,-00- e, four-week- s' r is he-r- tat at M - pro-tent- n. al y, - g Mil-die- elo-i- pio-diK- t. 1 eo-o- ri l,'-"- ot' l e, - 1 $7,-iV-'- fi klliott. k tions are. he points out. that the Ger man people hope that the reply will be satisfactory, though thevvar lords realize what they must give un to bring nbout an armistice. From Rome comes a dispatch that Turkey is even in n more critical condition re than news reports heretofore ceived picture that country. It is cnpital that thoucht nt the Itnlian the Porte will be forced to sue for peace even before Germany enn "negotinte" an armistice. Pushing townrd the town of Ghent, the French Friday captureel the town of Thielt. The entire Bclginn const is now clenred of the enemy. Ostend and Zeebruggo, from which Germany launched many submarine nttacks, now are in the hands of the Belgians, while the enemy continues to retire to the outer defenses of Antwerp. It is believed the Germans nre seeking safety In a shorter and more compact line, which will probably extend from Antwerp to Nnmur, thence to Sedan or Motz. On a 20. mile front from the North Sea to the Oio river the Allies aro dosel v pursuing the fleeing enemy. Belgium's coast hns been completely liberated and tho French and Bel-naare pressing on toward Ghent. It is indicated that the German beliete that the army will with-diufrom nil of France nnd BelCateau Americans nne' gium. At British have pierced the enemy Hn anil advanced for n distnnce of tw miles nirainst strong resistance. T the south along the Mouse the Amer- ienns are meeting with continued op- position, but are nibbling their way into the enemy s line. Tho press of the nation is prne. ticnlly unnnimous thnt Germany's answer is not nt all satisfactory. The Turkish people are openly a separate pence, according to dispatches renching Amsterdam from Constantinople, London opinion of the Germnn penco noto is thnt it is n willful of President Wilson nnswer, in thnt it nssumes the Ger-mnenn hnve nny part in determining terms of nn nrmisticc, nnd that it evndea the other points of his recent nnswer. sol-die- rs . f "M tv j , ns :K9 ul elol-iu- rs TUDOR BUYS OUT NORTHCOTT Mr. Thurman K Tudor hns bought out his partner, Mr. II B. Northcott, of Uiiicustor. in the produce and coal flrnt of Northcott & Tudor, and will go it alone He is one of Stanford's huet young busiuoaa men and thnt he will nuecwed. none who know hi sterling qualities will for it moment doubt. , fggtaa LA'. i nfTsfir e V i The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, Oct. 22, 1918 Tp INTERIOR JOURNAL FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN LINCOLN COUNTY'S QUOTA .-- $338,350 LINCOLN COUNTY ACTUALLY -. 386,900 SUBSCRIBES LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK'S QUOTA OF THIS AMOUNT WAS 33.5 PER 112,350 CENT, OR LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ACTUALLY SOLD TO 411 LOYAL SUBSCRIBERS (ITS OWN CUSTOMERS) - 140,900 fci 1 ntrt fnti null, nt nili i. t tilt iifl lit... linAnlt.n nv ill. i rial. his own life lie went to Murray, where n mob wns trying to intimidate I the court, nnd saved n colored man from its vongennce by nn nppeal to the better natures of the crowd nnd - E. C. Walton and J. II. Wright 4 (! pultif l Btttlttd, Kw- - M titfi rl mil mitfr. NEGROES ARE FOR STANLEY The Uluc (Jrnss News, of Lexing ton. edited by one of the most influential negroes of his section, K. I). Willis, came out in n strong endorsement of Gov. Stanley for the U. S. Senate, In the issue of Inst week nnd made n special nppeal to his race to fiUr4 FALL And WINTER SHOES EMS tt &' in J OR 41.6 PER CENT OF LINCOLN COUNTY'S TOTAL QUOTA. EVERY DIRECTOR A SUBSCRIBER. r!' I I, Lincoln County NationalB ank The Bank on the "corner next to Court-house- " tor protection of the negro race and ,i UN that all his acts have shown the ui most endeavor to give it every ,'iin- ideration. The same issue contains 11. ''titer front Itev. I. .1. Kennedy, of T. Morrow, of Henderson, nnd Itev. Lexington, also commending the governor and urging the negro to show his appreciation of his many acts of favor to him. There seems to be n general feeling among the more in telligent of the race to rewaril the governor with their otes mid stop herding with tile republicans almost in a body. There is also a desire to show their resentment to Dr. Hen L. Hruner for his vote in the I.rx- ington convention giving the negroes-- j but an eighth of a vote representation in the body, although in the election they have been their principal reliance for any sort of a shewing. 'The negroes are finding out their real friends anil unless all signs go for fnaught are going to stop following the republican orders like sheep fol low n bell wctlier. I to lynch the man, it would have to so oer his dead body. The News says that for this, the colored rnco .owes (iov. Stanley n debt of gratitud-- ' tha' they enn in a measure repay by their votes, anil urges them to do so. ) The paper also praises the governor's efforts to secure legislation for bet- - telling them that if they attempted 'do I To our customers: Wo have received now another large shipment of "Fall" nnd' "Winter" Shoes. Koth for Diwjh wenr nnd work shoos. The Moniiui work shoe m n world beater, havhiir boon 8ld by this firm yearn without ioinr one ctiatoiner. We nlao linvu several othor jjood for twenty-si- x make, such as 'cyenber, Hustor Ilrown, Witcli I51k, and in fact, all the standard brnndH. for Drew wear. They are sold on thulr own The Nottlt'tou and Walk-Ove- r merits and small profits. When you soe thoae yon will buy. Alno the Walk-Ore- r for ladle as well as other Rood makas. The Urgent aaaortmnt of yuithV and mtaeea' ever shown in this town. i l V & I.' if A- - -- c 6y ' i V ;.: HP . fl p n All the democratic speakings scheduled for this week have neon called otf on account of influenza, but Chairman Thomas S. Rhea is hopeful that those fixed for next Saturday 5Ki'vi,'f H5'eeaBBaTiiB''BT can be held and that from the 28th until the election speakers can appear on every stump. There are those who contend that speakings do no Our line of Trunks and Leather jjoocis an. betttr than oxer before. A small CHIROPODIST good, but it is a mistake. Kven if advance in price. Call and et what you want. the speaker does not amount to much oratoncnlly, the meetings ilrnw people together and put them to thinking. We know that if democrats do their duty Stanley will be elected by an overwhelming majority and that OFFICE AT THE our own Harvey Helm will break even his fine record for big majorities, but .some how or other interest in the election is flagging. There never HOUSE OF QUALITY" was an election more important and STANFORD, KY. the Interior Journal pleads with every patriotic citizen 'to get busy SQUIRREL DAY IN SIMPSON FARMERETTE GARB SHOW , up until The farmerette costume has just I lounty uame warden frame now and keep it possible to Nov. 5th man made its appearance in Atlanta, at Roark, of Simpson county, has desig- to get everyStanley and Helm.the polls man is judged by his EVERY DEMOCRAT GET BUSY jdmite, to fill the position, i.ites ami SUtri the Community Market, being worn nated Friday, Oct J.'i. as "Squirrel t', vote for the company he Keeps. Let us keep The influenza situation not hatiin: "under the rooster and th eli " and has called upon all huntby members of the home economic Day him and his kind at home. for Sun lis anil the Curigrt ional At the meeting of the Inland Press sutfu lently unproved for the lifting committee of the Atlanta Woman's ers to go hunting and to donate the and juilu ml nominees. WILL YOU HELP? Club, says a dispatch. The costume results of their markmanslnp to the Association at Chicago, the president of the ban on public rathvrings. the overall, with .1 onvalesrent soldiers at Camp Zaeh-ar- y reported that since the participation is nn Red Cros committee for rescheduled Tor Taylor. Mr. Konrk will deliver of the United States in the war, 1!50 lief in present "flu" epidemic will re- speakers this week have, the greater graceful sailor collar, short sleeves, our part of of daily papers have bud to consolidate J. M. REYNOLDS large pockets and a button to gather free of charge all the Miuirrcls and that 850 have been forced to sus- ceive your application for nsitanro been cancelled, hot Chairman Thorn. is the trousers discreetly at the ankle. As there are a good many or will place those who will olunteer S. (then hopes that those Axel for UNDERTAKER. pend. WAYNESUURG. more papers than are necessary, tins their assistance where families need next Saturilay can be held, d'l nut-ic- We carry a large and complete rtock of whirh will He nven. A: nnv may not be a bad thing. The survival outside help. Call at Dr. T. W. Penoffice for iwrticulani. rate, it is exported that by the i.rsl of of Cnkts. Robes etc at all of the fittest may work an improve- nington's timts. K tfev- -i next week, there will be no 'onger ment in that regard. There is, how- Phone 1G5. ; dnnger in gathering ami that fiom Phone: Farmer"' lino So. ever, one thing that we who are holdSEVEN DEATHS IN ONE DAY the JSth until election the woods will Woodstock line N'o. - - ing on experience and that is that w There were seven deaths from ring with fervent democratic oratory never know "where we are at." The at Lebanon Junction Sunday, by the distinguished speakei that Federal Commission charged with fixing the price of print paper does net two of the Mctims being buried here. have been engaged. Should ex ert.i seem to know its mind for a wee', at Over U00 people are said to be down lions not he realised, however, it is Heights a time. A few days ago it fixed the with the fearful disease and there is hoped that every democrat will on d Now not sutllcient help to care for them. stitute himself a committee of rue lots at II price in to see that the full demoi ratir it says it must be at least .'l'c. with JAMES SKIDMORE is brought out. Thei- - i dansmaller quantities up to t'.ic. That Word came to town just beforr ger that the next Senate may l re will make ours cost over 5 cents, a noon today that James Sknlmore wns ruinous price at our present charge dead of influenza in the Highland sec- publican and when it is told thH Stock for subscriptions anil advertising. tion. His burial will occur tomor- nearly every republican member who will succeed to important comr .'Her There are Koine to be more sujnen- - row. assignments, has opposed the Presi sions and then some. TOMT-rt.rdent's war program .mil voted Hi':ii.st DIED OF INFLUENZA "WJJSP It is more than probable that the one or another of his measuies, it A thirteen-year-olson of William profanity engendered by the war and Francisco died of influenza at Ilrod- - will be seen how important it is thr.t Aberdeen-Angu- s the effort to damn the kaiser and send head Sunday night. His mother was a man be sent fiom Kentuckv who his unflagging assistance to Southdown Slierp, Duroc.Jartry Hof the whole brood of Hapshurgs and uuricil lTiilay last. i will give Kentucky's rep The bust bloodlines is represented in Hohenzollerns to hell may stick to the administration. those who will rather like that sort Public Health Service is now resentativc may decide the inmole. .each of these famous breeds. High- -' The Louisville mobilized for a national campaign ion of the Senate that meets next class individuals for sale ut all times. One of imprecation. preacher said out loudly, "God damn against bpanish influenza. Addi- March and we appeal to dt nm ..its to ' E. V. CARSON R. F, D. No. 5 the kaiser," and when his congrega tional headquarters for State-wid- e see that it remains dt inn. ratu hv Stanford. Kentucky tion applauded, he waived a remon etforts will be established. i lectuig (Iov Stanley, the l'.v-.- i ei t's strance anil Mini: "that was a prayer, not a curse." All the same it does not sound good to ears whose owners have been taught 'Thou shalt not swear." Do not let us get the silly and sinful habit of swearing, even if no other words fully fit in when speaking of the beast of Merlin and ll'li), ' all that class of vermin. The oversubscription of the six billion loan is notice to the kaiser On account of my boy being called to the army, I will, on that this country will give its last farthing that ho and his miserable If you buy any clothes this fall be sure horde shall be swept from the earth fabrics they would desecrate and destroy. We you get the best quality. All-woare indeed Lincoln counnow as ever and good tailoring is ty for goingproud or old the top and of awuy over Chairman Hocker Sell the following described property my place, one mile from Crab and valuable as ever. Our clothes lant band J. S.assistant)-- , and his galfor mnkiiiL' of Orchard, on Stanford pike: possible. As Admiral the' result come in fine workmanship and good models. Sampson said after a naval victory 30 head of cattle, consisting of 20 steers and 0 heifers, weigh We are prepared to fit all sorts of figures in the war with bpani, when many were claiming the honors: "Do not from 500 to 600 pounds each. of odd sizes, stout, very tall, very short, men let us quarrel over the matter. There is glory enough for all," including 2 good mares, 7 years old, work any where. as well as regular sizes. those who have subscribed to the 3 good work horses. limit of their .ability. .. I two-year-ohorse colt. There ought not to be any necessity for democrats to be told what I stallion, I 7 hands high, 7 years old. their duty is in this win Id crisis. The amaBOSBBxatas President hut asked that his real mule colt. friends be bent to render him unflag68 shoats, weighinng from 75 to 80 pounds. ging assistance and they should obey like good soldiers do the command 6 sows with 44 pig's. of their officers. A republican congress can not be depended on to give 6 sows without pigs, weigh 300 to 400 pounds. the President that support so necessary in the winning of the war. 6 hogs, weigh 50 pounds each. Stamp under the rooster and that in1 Betsures your vote for all the nominees. O 00 ewes. of sale. In an unusually strong article urgTerms made known on ing the election of Gov. Stanley to the Senate, the Courier-Journrefers to his opponont as "sophomoric and in6 experienced" and says he would In all probability have joined in the baying chorus of approval of Senator -COL. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. Lodge's insincere criticism of the President's first reply to Prince Max. Dr. Hruner may aeny this, but u DR. J. W. WEBER Foot Doctor McROBERTS, BAILEY & RUPLEY "THE HUNN HOUSE, Stanford, Ky. ao e -- car-loa- S d Cattle I I PUBLIC SALE! SATURDAY, OCTOBER at 1 ld ol are "best" important 26th ROBINSONS, STANFORD 1 SALTONE New Saltone Received. Nothing ter for Your Hogs. Try It J 5 9 1 c -- date e c ? W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. DAVID STREET, Crab Orchard lmmsi' kl .&i : t VV h 11 1 1 1 1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, Oct. 22, 1918 1 "lib-It,- " There'! a -It," Bittli for Corns! M ttirly $ Only One Oennino "Corn Peeler'-Thaf'Oeti- Ever pe1 a banana? That'll ho way -- Octg-lt'' pfflii off corn. ir Iho only corn treatment (hat will, a KU.irantco that you 'actS'Ifls THE CUSTOMERS, DIRECTORS AND OFFrCERS OF A bet of $10,000 Wayne Wcnncr. a teamster, of AN to $7,500 wns WHAT BANKS AND PEOPLE DID The Crab Orchard Hanking Co, made In Now York City Hint renre lentown, Pa., found n gold watch hnd 210 subscrlMcrs to bonds scntntives of the belligerent nations nnd chnin dangling from tho (nil of amounting to $20,100; First Nntfonnl would be sitting nt the pence tabic his horse. His explanation is that The mnn who the horse caught his tail on tho watch Hr.nl' of Stnnfnrd hnd 200 customers before Christmns. gave the odds is netivc 'on the of n bystnndcr nnd whisked it out of who bought bonds to amount of for J. P. Morgan & Co. h's pocket. T 0.1,000: Lincoln ( ouiily' National llniik had I0i customers who took bonds nmounting to $110,000; Hank of Hustonville had Hfi . bond buyers who got $10,000 worth; V i ncshurg Depos t Hank sold bonds to 22.1 pntrons who got n sum total of HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL $20,000; Peoples Hank of Huston-vill- o had customers who took LINE OF SENICA CAMERAS AND 0 worth; Hank of Morelnnd hnd SUPPLIES. LET US SUPPLY those who subscribed for $11,800, nnd the Ilnnk nf McKlnney $10,000 The YOUR NEEDS. amount subscribed In this county is $1!l 1.700, or $SS,.ir.O in excess of the out-sid- e" 2. .1 4' SENICA CAMERAS $1.1,-.10- ipiUtH. I ANOTHErTnFI.ULNZA-VICTI- M The Lincoln The The First National Bank j Mr I dtle Lydia Haumann, the bright i"HiM ir obi il.iuirhter of Mr nn.l in Pharmacy Stare J. W. ACEY, Proprietor rrel ''t OF STANFORD I I HAVE SUBSCRIBED FOR $10.5,000 OF THE FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN. THE BANK HEREBY THANKS THEM, AND ALSO THE PARTIES WHO SECURED THESE SUBSCRIPTIONS. Mr K D Kails is a "tin" suf-rMrs. .lull n T Illankenship has been iUite sick. ilnyV illncM Hud lloldcrman, wife and sinter, Wnltor I'omjthe and wxeml Miss Lunsford, are all down with inUr. children arc ill with "flu." fluenza. Hownnl J. llmiteltnii. is W M Duncan arrived Sundey to fmm a week's illnctw. spend a few days litll his wife and U'llliiim O. .Martin in nicHin nt work children. County National in the Lincoln Mr. Walter W. Knott, of Lebanon, llnnk. viis here Sunday the guest of Miss Miiw .Miirgnrct Wren in very ill of Hernice Spalding. inllutmin nt her home on Knt Mnin Mrs. J II Turner, of Nicholasville, Ktrect. is spending a few days with her mothI'Mtmmitor Ceor?e L I'enny i er, Mrs W S. (it instead. at hi home liy a rare of .Limes Ilailey is assisting in the poHtotlice while several of the force W. Hunk Kamincr P. Slmiikn are wrestling with the "flu." cpent Siituiiiy with hi wife audi .Mrs. J H Hams, of Ijincnster, ilnuuhter here. i and Mrs. Will I'epples, of Povington Mr nn.l .Mrs. J L. MiKee Wire, of are guests of Mrs Jesse Walter Mr K. T Pence. liuatonville, lire clients of Mr. nml Mis Home .mil "Tucker" Hence have all bem lira. P. Ilnys Foxier. Mi Margaret Shanks is at home d'tun with influenza, nut are leitet. Postmaster (Jeorge L Penny had to from Tudor Hall, Imlinmipolis, dur-ingo home Mondny morning on account the inlluenza epidemic. His trouble is influenza Dr. (). K lliynn, of Louisville, was of illness Mr and Mrs. () C Dilliou anil hvre n short while Monday with the K L Heinliart sou. Matt Dillion, of Liberty, were in family of Mr They called at the Miiw S u win Fnher WimmU bus re- the citv today visit to her sister, Mr. I J. ollice turned from a (!. P. AnnVrwm, nt Mt Sterling Misses Margaret Shanks wid Sallie Mis Until Spears and i Dorothy Day Francis, daughters of Pount Tribbt spent several ilny with Mian Clerk and Mrs. Kelly J. Fiancis, are IIhUMh Hell in the Turnomville sec- "llu" sufferers. Rev. Homer Carpenter and Mrs. tion, been Mr. 11. II. Ilmninc, of Pinnnrutti, Carpenter, of Richmond, hii here with Mrs. J. 0. Carpenter, who is over to see her little at Mr. and Mr. T. J. Mill, continues quite sick. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hays, of Crab Jr.'s. KoWt Finii'l h returned from orchard, were here Monday to ML Vttrnon, where Ik left his ton, the buna I of their relative, a Matthew- l Fintel, ronaulerably im- aon of Hen Routon, of Lebanon Jiii"--tio- PERSONAL AND SOCIAL lion. V. 0. Couch In nut after er ev-i- tI Jr. Jr. "FLU" HURTS POSTOFFICI-- : Postmaster G. L. Penny is rlown with influeima, Carl AshWk is ill with the same trouble and Miss Ilnys, who has been sick for more than a week is able to he at her post of duty only a few hours at a time. Will Heinhnrt was pressed into serv- - ) ice this morning to make the city delivery, while T D Raney is carrying No .1 today while Adnnt Pence, the i regular, is in the ilutihes of the ' llu." by The Penny Drue Store. The Spanish inlluenza situation in Louisville slhiwid improvinunt ye- -i HAD TO PAY WAR TAX After the fair iuonc had about nil ten!. iv. been p'riil to the stockholders, the war t.i sei reLirv was informed That of SI.? NO had to be paid, and n. does not wan erj pi Unite Sim tienllv after lie sns the wurd Mn secrttnrv paid the money If nch tockhohler will hand tile afon . i secretin y or the president, Mr II U (livens, the sninli sum of fifty cen" the little indebtedness inn In- w pid out in a jiffy. A few have air anv pftid. Let others do so nt nine The SKI invested brought each stock holder So.trfi clear profit He cer tniiilv will not hesitate to pay "nl cents of it to the good muse to which it has been applied. Km-mn r, 11 - If yon forti1 w.int the plrastiro of tftinir rid of a corn, ho sure to net 'Hols. formuli It" It la Ha wonderful thn corn that liaa in a do Mlcta-li- " inarvrl Hint It Is, used hy rnnro millions than any othrr corn treat mnt on earth 'A few ilrupa on any corn or callus, thats all. It can't stlfk It Is pnlnlrrs, cases piln. You ran kirk jour "corny" feet around, even In IIElit shoes, nnd your corns won't crucify you You can Kn ahead and work, ilinre, live, lova und l.iunli as though without corns. . "dets-ll.- " the Kiinrantceil. money. Iiiitk the only'suro way. cents hut n trllln at nny dniB sloro. M f'd liy K. Ijiwrf ncu.t Co., Clilcnco, III. Sold in Stanford ami recommended ns the world's bpst corn remedy Jrrk or nit KoMorcCicuacfor Corns or Corn P.faiNowl wont finally e I r .ue. nl k. h out vuur at f.re.nheim Wedmsdav afternoon, an illrie s of several davs of i ifl'i"ti7n. It was a sad loincirlenre '' hi .In d .in the imnivcrsarv of In r Inrth The burial will take place i f died .in enrlv'hnur lhr Hiinmann, at 'their mr.rninv $s& Mr nnd Mrs. Haumann and others who held near and dear the beautiful little girl have much s; m pa thy in their loss. Dimla3 Shoes For Men A Step Foward in Quality, .$6.00, $7.00, $7.50. E. PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY WSS1K23SSMI?KKSIE'1S rubhc I 1 tsjStiS I tr Mi-m- annul-.lHMhtr- r, LAST TIME OUT WITH TAX HOOK I am going to give the people one more t hauce to pay their taxes without having to come to Stanford to do so, but this positively is the last tune sball leave my office with the I will be ta books at Crab Or chard Tuesday. Oct. 22; at Huston Wednesday, Oct 2.1: at McKlnvilli. ney. Thursday. Oct 21: at Kings t the Mountain. Friday, Oct. 2fi will have the graded latter place school lax books and those who ovvi their school tnxes will please let n't II. C Haugh give them a receipt man. Sheriff of Lincoln countv. 2t 1 1 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, WW 8; E Nil sf1 tv.u R f!n9 ml vi f1 ffi .BSbw In CENT-A-WOR- D - Mr. C. T. lackey, of St. Louis hut Sow and six FOR SLK g.nnl been made a lieutenant in the spent Saturday ami Sunday with pjgs. Rowan Saullev, Jr Stanford sitlcra, Mr J P. Ilailey and .Miss department at WashingWANTKD Second hand pony trip Oplielia Ijiekev. ton City, his friends will be glad to and harness. W. H Leigh. Morelnnd I Nut matter Kd O. Gooch is Know. Ky. t Mr. ami Mrs (iillcrt (Jrnutcad and ill at his home at Prah Or-- j I have FOR SALK some eaily He whs stricken with Wllu-rn- pretty daughter. Mis. Dorothy Urin- chard stead, of Richmond, were guest of yellow corn for sale. Call Harry far which went into pneumonia. . .S. drinstead Mr. Owen VnnDeveer, who came .Mr.. and .Miss An- ter. Phone 41. FOR pure Timothy see Nevvlnnd it here to attend the hedside of his toinette nrinstead. .Mrs John Sam Owsley, of Stnn- - Xewlanil 90.5 ; purity; 05r'r germifather. Mr. M O. VnnDeveer. left 75-t- f thri afternoon fur his homo at I it-' ford, who has been spending several nation. Price j;ight. days in town the guest of Mr. ami FOR SALKtit Keck. Ark. Plymouth Rock Cock .Mrs. V. W Humphries, in remit-- 1 Mrs. John S Wells, lias ic turned rels, pure bred. Mrs. Morrison Hriglit. Stnnford, Ky. tine for her I. J from Salem. Ark.. 'home. Dnnwlle Advocate. t "Keep sending the paper, even I Mr. 1'orestus Reid. Jr. who has say: RUNAHOCT for sale flood if the price is rnisod to twice the been seriously ill of pneumonia, is rubber tired, etc. Mrs Feh I present amount." now out of danger 85-t- f This will be most White. Stanford. Ky. The Register any that Mr and gratifying news to his many friends dog. 1,1 months FOR SALK-Hir- d Mr. V. It. Itok'K. of the Red House in this lommuuity. - Advocate old; good stock. J. II. Livingston, rcctinu of Madison, cntertiuneil with Leslie llasham and wife. Clarence lp an elaborate dinner the other even-fin- e Routon and Mlts Flossie Haley, 01 Stanford. It. F. D. Xo. 1. I have FOR SALK in honor of Rev and Mrs Homer Lebanon Junction, accompanied the for sale .10 Part Kin tor. lemaius of Karl Routon here and re- extra nice stock shoats. See me at Haven McHcath, Hubble, Kv. Mr. and Mi's Kdunrd Cooper, of mained over until Monday after- once. 85-- lp Litchfield, III., arrived Sunday nielit noon. for n liricf visit to his mother. Mm. LOST On pike near F. Iteid Rev. K. V. Young, wife and chilfi. II. Cooper, and sister. Miss Lyle dren, of Yankeetown, Ind., have been farm, lady's green wool sweater Re Cooper. They found the hitter turn to Mrs. W. L. McCiuty, Stanthe guests of their parents, Mr from a severe case of in- Mrs. C. M. Young, and family and ford, Ky. U at fluenza. Highland. They went to Hcidelburg A FOR ItKXT furnished "bed Mr. Granville Lutes ami children, Monday to visit relatives. room, or three rooms for light house hn have made Middlehuig their (I. Austin, who bought the Gran- keeping, furnished or unfurnished koine for some time, left Saturday ville J. Lutes home in Middleburg, or- J. C. McClarv. Stnnford, Ky. f for Tninpa, Kla., near which place his J. there. He WANTKD To trade a pair of they will locate. It win a had day ders not move sent to him Casey until will himself to d mules and a team of for Ouaey when this excellent fam- after the election, but his family will mares for a couple of Ford cars. N. ily left it. go down. "I want to vote for Helm T. (iiitmiin, Crab OrchardLKy. Miss. Hindu iVtltu, of the I'rench-rrsvill- e and Stanley," he sajs. STRAYKD From my place two section, who went to How lint; shouts, that will weigh about S.ri Green to nurse inlluenza sufferers, Catarrh Cannot Be Cured pounds, one red the other spotted. K. was taken sick and ntartcil for the iliey wild 8Ttf hospital nt Lehauon. Ily the i t.ii.otl.Ol'AI. AI't'I.KWTIONa. w. leach Iho scut of the disiMau. T Pence. Jr., Stanford, Ky. ti Is a kxnl dlaea&e, A steer, two years "old, KSTRAY time hu Kt there she was feeling betby constitutional conditions, and ter, so she came on home She found In iir.h'r to cure It you mutt takn an came to my place Sept. 23. Owner can get same by paying for his keep there a call for her to go to Lexing- InUriinl rcmly Hull's c'uiarrh U UKin Internally nml acts thru ton and care for "flu'" patients and and this ad. C. Ilender, Junction the blood on the mucous surfaic of the City. Ky. she left on the next train. Hull's Catirrh Medicine nut Rev. Lin Dorian Partwright, Statu svsiein cent, 'icnnltv TANKS Six pei iiii scribed by one of the bett physicians Supt. of the Kentucky Christian in this country for ears It Is will be added to your city taxea if of tho Ilihle School Association, spent Sun-Ja- . i.mliliifd sonic of om heat tonics known, they me not paid before Nov 1st. of the bnt blood in Stanford conferring with Rev. purltlers with perfect cjinbumtlon of (letter hi'ttle now. George T. Wocd, Thn Howard J. Hrazelton relative to the thu inicredlcnta la Hall's Catarrh Medi citv tax collector. Hr If latter becoming the editor of the Leg. cine Is what produns such wonderful Duroc-JerseFOR SALK boar, son column of the Weekly llulletin, results In catarrhal conditions. Send for young free weigh and a good their state paper Mr. Hrazclton has I' J I'HUNKV A: CO . Trops . Toledo. O. about 200 pounds. one. will Oliver A Xo. 5 the matter under advisement and will All DrriCKlits. TDr, typewriter, good as new. K. V Cnr-aoHill's Kamlly I'llls for constipation. give-h- is answer later in the week 83-lHustonville, Ky. "FURXlTUHK. Mattiiigs, Drugged, Rugs. Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases. Mr. T. T proved. Uckcy. of St Uui. his wilh (A.l. h. re ..r.lrr r rt.i ADS 1 The following described personalty, consisting of HORSE STOCK About 25 head of Harness and Saddle bred, most of these a? 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-bresaddle 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 d 1 fac-simile 1 s.l nl Ic, word esrh iM.ie ra than 2Ar act. IM.ie ly 8.1-l- I - 85-3- 8.r.-t- 1 stock. three-year-ol- 84-2- p iMI-rr- nn-atl- Medl-iiii- 80-8- p torn-Ihie- d y y n. p Your Prescriptions Receive Pictures, Stoves Prompt Attention At The Penny Drug Store Stanford. brick hotel at Liberty. Klectrie lights ami steam heat. Livery ham with hotel if preferred. Possession at once. Or will trade hotel for leal estate Frnnl. Hell, Liberty, Ky. 78,'lMp I have 10 shares of FOR SALK stock in the Hank of Morolund that I offer for sale at hook value. Will sell nil or any p.ut. I will also sell 10 slvirea of stock of thu Natiunal Hank of Hustunvillc at book valut. Also I have for tale a beautiful Jersey heifer, Duroc sow nnd four pretty shouts, two steer calves one black muly nnd tho other red. Sec, write or phone me. II, y ld W. A. Tribhle. FOR ItKXT- - My tluee-stor- CATTLE 55 head of choice heavy feeding cattle, 6 head of light feeders, 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 iicres 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 in good condition. Binders, moi. ers, harrows, drills, plows, wagons, 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. Terms given on day of sale. I 1 F. REID, Stanford, Ky. DINWIDDIE & OWENS, Auctioneers. II. King, Morelnnd, Ky. 84-4- p vaaii--; 4.-- ,J V : ' v "i v V Hie Interior Journal, Stanford' Kentucky, Tuesday, Oct. 22, 1918 x'. r "HARD SKIN" AND FOOT CALLUSES MiaiCl Peel them off without pain or soreness -. .-. ..-...- .. iKm't pulTrrl cmlA toro. Uiiiglirnttl "linnl km" tiuttnm of fit), I n lift tlinit piiufnl with fingers. Corn alsvl ipoM r!jUt oil Apply kut a nllu' In r A tiny Imttlo of I'nrz-in- n few rrnti at nny lruj n frw ilniw on thi cm ering from nn attack of typhoid fever. Mr. Ira llrnswcll was a business visitor in Somerset the first of last week. Mr. John Waddle, Sr., and family, of Heron, motored down Sunday and visited Mrs. W. F, Sims and family, and Mrs. M. H. linker and husband. Mrs. V. t Hell has returned from n visit with her daughter, Mrs. Dr. LInville. of Lexington, Mr. James Hackworth came Saturday to visit his mother, Mrs. Recce Wmidlo. With a little hack yard behind It, A little son arrived nt the home Afar from the avenues, stately nnd of Mr. and Mrs. Jnrret Johnson broad, Oct- - 11. Hut Love is quite able to find it! Mr. Valentino Fngaley came down And Molly is wnitrcM, nnd laundress, from Stanford Saturday to visit his and rook, And Tom lends n hand when he's ilnughtcr, Mrs. AI, J. .Morgan, returning Monday. able; Mr. Klmer Morris is slowly recov- The fu nil tu re's plain, nnd the carpet y. PARLOR GROVE Is moving to his fnrm, recently purchased of Mr, John Air, ni. (J. Estc ' THEIR RICHES A wee littlo house, on a poor little rond, are cheap. And there's little to put on the table. In fact, they arc poor, ns the world reckons up, And there's little laid up and yet maybe, These two may be worth a round million or more, If you put a fair price on the baby! Hennett. A in Misses Wylie. of near Lexington, are visiting their uncle, A. H. Wylie, and family. Mr Jnnu Webb has returned to West Virginin nfter a short visit to hi before last. Miss Lulu Hell, who ha been teaching near Oynthinnn, arrived home having been Monday, her school closed on account of inlluenvu. Mr and Mrs. Ktl Leach are the boy, proud pnrcnta of an eight-poun- d horn Oct. n. Mr Kit Oakes. father of Mrs. Hemp Osborne, died suddenly weeX Ilurgin Tuesday. Mr, M. .1. Morgan came home from WHAT IS A GOOD QUARTER7 A shiny new quarter that rings "dead" i not necessarily counterfeit In fait, the chances are that it is only one of the coins containing nun ute air holes which have slipped pat inspection tests of the mints recentlv The slight imperfection, invisible to the eye, makes a coin "plunk" like lead. The Treasury secret senne recently has received several of these quarters from persons who hilitMl they had discovered bogus coins. In each case, a good quarter was returned and the "drad" money cnt to the mint. II uy a War Savings Stamp tobay FAITH HELPS HUSBAND "I owe my good health to my wife who hnd fHlth In n newspaper nd she saw of Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy. I was down so badly with stomach nnd liver trouble nfter 15 years of suffering nml trying every known rcrnc-dthat I had no faith in anything. This medicine hns certainly been n 'Godsend' to me." It is n simple, harm-Hes- s preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the Intestinal tract and allays the inllnmmation which causes pnictlcally all stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. The Lincoln Pharmacy; The Penny Drug Store. ANY ONE wanting a nice blue- grass farm of 50 to 175 acres will do well to see us We have them of Dinwiddio & Owens, all sires WOMAN'S Ilus-tonvill- 25 lights, whose Dsmea are hereto tached will permit neither fcunM GRAY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS fluhlnjc no rtrespasslnfr of any kin ee Lbjht. so on our property, and those jrullty doing such will be nroiecntnl tn (1 We guarantee, them, so you nra protected against any suaplcion of their full extent of the law: Thomas Man 1 weakness. Stronc.it and btotuUly ninr, William L'ordier. and within reach of nil farmers $176.9; 85 llfchta $260.00 00 lights, $300.00 nr- - POSTED! bt, W. K. WARNER Phono 188 Stanford. Ky. PUBLIC SALE I will sell nt my place A miles from C'rnb Orchard, on the Ilnnlheml roiul, iteginnnig at iv A. M. nn 1 Long Time Loans To farmers In Central and Southern Kentucky nt n low rate of Interest. Knsy nnd nttrnctivc payments with U10 privilege of paying off all or nny part of loan nt any time. We will help you pay for all the farm land you wish to buy. If you arc In debt or need money to retire your Hen notes we would bo glad to explain. V '-' THURSDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1018 The following described property: 3 nnd 4 3 PAIRS WORK Kv 70-t- f J. L. Beazley & Co., 3 YOUNG MARES. In AGED HORSE 4 MILK COWS 3 CALVES Vrn MULES, Fo.l Mr. and .Mrs. T. J. Kills. .Mr. nn I Mrs. Lvtt Webb, Mr. and Mrs. V. C. WTim you peel ofT conn or ciIIihm Hell, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Harlow with IVeenme the rkin beneath l left spent Sunday with F. N. Eubanks tin pink and lnalHiy ami nevrr boh-- , tender wife. Mr. W. F Sims and son. Earl, tr even uriUitud. Try Vtettono sure! were court day visitors in Stanford. LAND. STOCK AND CROP Mr. Maurice Saunders has sold his J. D. Black bought Monday from stock and some of his household Miller Horn fit hogs that weighed 1 goods and Lexington, to moved pounds for ?'J,C0li.U5. Mr. Horn where he will be engaged in auto re raUed both the corn and the ho pair business. Richmond Register. Mr. Kd Webb received word that W. A. Cooper bought of Oeorse Rufvttll, a weanling mare mule colt her husband, who is stationed at for $85 and a horse mule colt for $50. Camp .Meade, has recovered from an Mr. Cooper also boutiht at Danville attack of Influenza. yesterday several mule colts at $ 15 Cn Now Eat and Sleep in Comfort to 85. If troubled with indigestion or One of the finest bunches of fat for sleeplessness you should read what cattle delivered in Richmond Miss Agnes Turner, Chlcnco, 111., has d some time, were 25 hend of steers which were raised by to say: "Overwork, irregular meals 1 1,400-poun- narenK ,'3'MBMBMMiBIMMIIMK?. Undertaker - - Embalmgr Phone 42. Stanford, Ky dm. Hay, I Cultivator. 1 Wi.on. Ni- -. Furniture, Lot Dry Good, for Womrn anu ftlrn. Will alio rrnt Karn, nn .1 y of talr. TVrrtu nude known on day of ml N. T. GUTMAN Crab Orchard. Ky. CT j. jj M 1 20 SHORT YEARLING CATTLE 7 Sow., 15 Sb...l.. 20 acre. Corn in , G barrrl. Old 2 .i.,L. BURT L. SIMS DISTRICT MANAGER Farm Loan Department Unto Central Li Co Insurance Co, 802 Security Tru.t IllJf., Lax. Ington, Kentucky, Our Annual Fall Sale In order to make more room for the display of our Fall and Winter Stock, James J. Neale, one of Madison's thrifty and progressive farmers. The beeves were purchased by A. S. Thompson, of Pans, and the price paid was j 15.25 per hundred pounds. Thei were shipped to an eastern packing bouse. Richmond Register. This week Walter Bennett and Lewis Neale. two of Mndison's most progressive farmers, sold about 100,-00- 0 pounds of hemp. The purchaser whs Ranks Hudson, of Danville, and the price paid was $14 per hundred pounds. The sellers are now busily engaged delivering the hemp in Richmond. The 1918 crop of hemp in Madison county is exceptionally fine, and owing to the high prices prevailing, this means thousands of dollars in the pdekets of farmers and laborers, Register. and carelessness regarding the ordinary rules of health, gradually un dermined it until last fall 1 became a wreck of my former self. I suffered from continual headache, was unable to digest my food, which seemed to lay as a dead weight on my stomnch. I was very constipated and my complexion became dark, yellow and muddy ns I felt. Sleeplessness was added to my misery, and I would awake ns tired as when I went to sleep. I heard of Chamberlain's Tablets and found such relief after taking them that I kept up the treatment for nearly two months. They cleansed my stomach, invigorated my system, and since that time I can cat and sleep in comfort. I am today entirely well." 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 Saturday, Oct. 19, And Lasting 10 Days Remember these are Fall and Winter Goods and are fresh and in style. LADIES' CLOTHING Ladies Suits, we have a big line, all colors and sizes tailor made. made $19.98 The $25 Suits now $23.98 The $27..r0 and $.J0 are now on sale at $29.50 The $')5 and $40 are now Kointr at We have about 50 Suits worth from $15 to $20 $5.98 to $9.98 that we can sell you at . . CROCHET COTTON C. M. C, worth 15c, now 10c LADIES' SHOES High top. gray, chocolate, black and brown, all kinds and colors. $0 grade at $4.48 $7 grade at jsj98 . to ' ft r i GEORGE T. WOOD, MAYOR George T. Wood is acting mayor of UNTIL WE'RE TIRED OF THEM the city of Louisville, while Mayor Bix It is said that "we shall pass Smith is visiting his son at Great Lakes, III. It is not our efficient awny as a tale that is told." Dix Hut tales that are told don't chief of police, but President George pa.is away; they are forever being T. Wood of the Board of Aldermen of the Falls Citv. told over again. LADIES' COATS $10 grade for $15 grade .. $20 grade at S'iO S10 grade at We have all kinds of shoes $4.98 $14.45 $9.98 About 1)() pairs of shoes at at that we can sell you $648 98c $2.98 to $3.98 r 60c and the FREIGHT. Tri-Stat- per pound for Butter Fat. Oct. 21st to 27th. incl. te $32.50 $50 grade at We also have a lot of coats we can sell you for $3.98. grade at $23.98 LADIES' HATS We have a big line of Ladies Hats worth from to $4 at SUITS AND OVERCOATS $11 98c MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS We have a big line of Misses' and Children's Coats, sizes 3 to 19, worth from $:?. to $20 that we can sell you from $1.48 to $14. MEN'S CLOTHING $12 S15 $18 S25 $155 LADIES' SKIRTS $2.98 to $9.98 We can sell you good Skirts We also have 150 Skirts, worth from $:i to $1, now . 98c . Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits at at at at at $8.J8 $19.98 $29 GO $13.00 $9.98 price is "Clear Money" to you. Ship your you can always do betthe dealing DIRECT. Shippers from prepaid points will ter have the freight added to their checks. The e c earn DIRECT to Tri-Sta- LADIES' DRESSES We have Serge and Silk Poplins from House Dresses that were $11, now OVERCOATS We have bargains in Overcoats. coats, worth $15 to $18 at About 50 Over$7.98 89c $1.98 $3.C0 $3.98 $4 98 $3.98 to $9.98 $1.69 TRI-STAT- E BUTTER COMPANY License No. OUTING CLOTH We have a big line of fancy stripes and checks in Outing Cloth, worth I15c wc can sell you for 25c MEN'S SHIRTS 250 Shirts worth $1.50 and $2 will go at MEN'S SHOES SU.no United State. Food Administration CINCINNATI, Uut: OHIO PERCALES We have a big lot of light and dark percales, 27 inch, 24c worth .'55c, we can sell you for Yard-wid31c worth 40c we can sell you now for e, $4.no Shoes Shoes at your own cans or write if 'you need cans. WE PAY THE FREIGHT. Guarantee your cream and cans against lnrs. 'Off- $5 Shoes at ?G.r,0 Shoes at $7.no Shoes at at . $5.93 " DRESS GINGHAMS Small plaids, worth MEN'S HATS AND CAPS $2.99 25c $1.24 at Big plaids, worth 40c per yard, 10 yards to customer .'10e, That we can sell you from .48c to $4,98 now DRESS GOODS MEN'S, LADIES AND CHILDREN'S RUBBER GOODS Felt boots, gum boots, rubber shoes, overshoes, we can sell you at a very low figure. Marvelous Seed Wheat We have a supply of extra good Marvelous seed wheat. Have run it over our cleaners twice. Tests 61 lbs. to the bushel. All from one crop. This wheat yielded 35 bu. to lite acre. The best wheat we received this season was the Marvelous. Price $2.50 per bu. Serges worth $2 per yard, now that Worth $2, now ' $1.69 LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR 49c ' TAFFETA SILKS BLANKETS AND COMFORTS Good heavy blankets, $U.50 grade $5 Tnion Suits, 75c grade now $1.50 grade at The $2 grade at $1.25 $1.69 grade for $8 grade for All wool blanket, regular $12 goods at Comforts for these cool nights, worth $(5, now at .... .. . $2.45 $3.98 S5.98 $8.98 $3 98 You have done the right thing by buying Liberty Bonds; now buy your Winter's needs. You will find us in our new home Severance & Son's old store-rooin the Myers House Building, Corn Main and Depot streets. m j. H. Baughman & ai I JgJtjfgB Co. The Bargain Store Salem & Salem F- ii .' "T MM ST WJWTTfir . .nAifL Mttjiii jMMnttitniji - OKfc.. ' ' ." , - -- jMltltr T- -- - kmtM