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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mmmmmaFpmcg IVTVWr.WTMK-MVMaHiMKS-- L im.wwwmt ,-- v, -- " - 'r i- - ajpagsaa njlt - ft--i- - ;'" ; ) hi 'ii ..,i '! i''.. - ., 'Mb JF; ;;;; i:ffHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Mttablwtfd 1560 59th Y r. No. 86. the Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Oct. 25,' 1918 SGT. ROWAN 3. WEBB WOUNDED POSTMASTER GOdCH SUCCUMBS News hns been received here of the Few Tuesdays and Fridays WILSON FLA"LY deaths In yenrs In the East BACKS STANLEY wounding In Franco of Scrgt. Rowan End hnve caused more genuine sorThe "whole-heartesupport" ot Snuflcy Webb, of Knoxville, Tcnn., row thnn that of Postmaster E. O. Woodrow Wilson, .President of the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. S. Webb. Gooch, who died nt Crab Orchard United States, goes out to Gov. A. Young Webb was shot in the arm Wednesday and robbed. I Ernest C. Ray, son of Mrs. W, C. while serving his gun In the 114th o clock of afternoon nt nbout 3 O. Stanley in his campaign for tho Bradshnw, of f .anenstor, Is dead of Field Artillery. In n letter to his influenzn. pneumonin, which followed United States Scnntc. nnd happily Any one who doubts this mny go Induction nt Camp, Mendc, Md. mother he states thnt the wound is uisposcu, nnd with a kindly greeting to Hickmnn, Ky nnd call on the Rev. n. Norton, sccretnry-trens- t Charles not serious, though very painful. for nil, ho wns probably the most E. L. Miloy, pastor of the First Chris-tai- n ",ellnwi! urcr of the J. M. RobinsonNorton Co.,' With the true American grit; l.c populnr citizen of his town. He wns church of Hickmnn, who has in is dend of pneumonia In Louisville. to leave his battery and fought honorable in his "Havlntr received the solemn nnd denlings nnd ns r, his possession n pcrsonnl telegram A single grave and one sermon wore entirely through the, bloody .engageexplicit aswirancoof tho German he gave entire satisfaction. from the expressing in unused for the burinl of Mr. ami Mr. ment of tho Meuse. ferwnent that it unreservedly accepts "At tims " There wns never n more painstaking mistakablePresident Mr. terms I Wilson's deCharles Everett, of Howling Green. wrote Scrgt Webb, "the Arc wns so ami 'accommodating V the term of pence laid down In his official, nor 'a sires regarding the election of Gov. They died of Influenza, terrific, thnt it seemed ns though mure loynl one to the ddres to the Congress of the United government, Stnnley. The Elks' Home nt Mlddlcsboro, mere was n solid sheet of flnme com- for which he worked. He States on the 8th of Jnnunrv. 1D1R. wns hist Here is the President's tclerram: ,a n,l tho principles of settlement cnun- - Dlshoti $00, P. E. Williams $800, lias been turned over to the local re- ing both from our forces nnd thin-o- f ns loynl to his friends, nnd for that $50, O. J "The Rev. E. L. Miley, First Chrisjciated in hl subsequent addresses, Roscoe Wilson $50, Lonlo Smith $50, lief committee ns n temporary the German, but we routed them reason Ihere are hundreds today who Wnltcr Sinn Pumphrey tian Church, Hickman, Ky.: I earnest to enre for Influcnxn victims. nnd in 23 hours time, 150 miles of feel thnt in his tMtrtlcnlarly the address of the 27th $50. Hud Gooch $50. Wm. Piillum taking nwny they have ly desire the election of Gov. Stanley The telephone exchnnges nt Corbln, territory which had been in the hands lost n friends - f. September, nnd thnt It desires to $50, Homer Gooch $50. Jim Hoguo who was all the word to the United States Senate. I sup iMtliM .the details of their npplicn-yf"- $50, S. Jiocnour $50, W J. Kauf Pincville, Middlesboro nnd Horlan of the Roche, was freed. Tin means. His denth falls heavily on I). Dunaway $150. M. W'cre closed Wednesday on account support and thnt this wish nnd purpose man $no, V, W. I). retreated so rapidly that it was his home town und friends, but the posed that my of Gourley $50. Hnxter $200. Wm. operators nil being of him was well known throughout ""mmm(ik1, not from those who have Gooch $100, Russell Thompson down with the flu. necessary to move our guns up in or- wife nnd ilnughtcr who are $200, left The London House of Commons der to keen them in rnnirn." Tho feel It keenest. The wife, who will Kentucky. hitherto dictated German policy and M. D. Smith $100, Mitchell Hnttcr wn "WOODROW WILSON." Conducted the present war on Ger- - $50, Walter Trusty $100, Chns. Tms-t- y adopted n resolution In fnvor of wom young soldier's mother was Miss Miss Pntsy Wilson, daughter of Mr. $100. IJ. Gooch $50, Roy Reynolds en sitting in Parliament. " jnfcny's bohnlf, hut from ministers The reso- Helen Snufley, daughter of the late and Mrs. Josh Wilson, nnd Lillian THE LATEST WAR NEWS $50.E, Roberts . Rolnnd $50. who spenk for the majority if the O. Pullum $50, $50.Skidmore lution was passed by n majority of Judge M. C. Saufley, of this place. Gooch, a II. From the Sombre Canal to the dnughtcr, are $50, T. Reichstag and for an overwhelming J. Gooch $100, A. GIhm $100, G. F. J IP. left a widow nnd fatherless and for Scheldt, the British have smashed MARTIN BUYS MOORE FARM There were fflajnrity of the German people; and Perkins $50, Miss Ilelle" Perkins $100, deaths from in them every heart goes out in the German line on the entire front Col. G. B. Swincbroad added anhaving also the explicit promise of Marion It. Reynolds $50, Walter fliienzn nt Hrodhead yesterday.-The- y May God in His goodness and taken 7,000 prisoners, and 100 Snyder $250, Mrs. Walter Snyder were other good sale to his long list iW present German government that $250, Mrs. Jennie Williams $50, Mnrk .lames Hrock, nged 22, and Roy care for give them strength guns. South of tho Olsc the Frenck when he sold the D. R. Moore to bear them and l humane rules of civilized war- E. Davis $50. Mrs. Lena Estes $50, Renner, 25. Roth were fine young the blow they have received. have pushed ahead in the face of farm containing 205 acres, and locat- Mr. fare will 'be observed both on land T. II. Caldwell $50. R. W. Revnolds men. Gooch was taken with influenza steady The strategic resistance. ed In the Shelby City section, to II. $50, S. J. by the German armed forces, $50, David Elder, Sr First Llcutennnt Clevclnnd C. some two weeks ago, but was thought town of Valenciennes now is all but Tatcm $100, J. A. Tucker $100, Mrs. Frost, son the President of, the United States J. IL Harnett $60, of President Willinm C. Frank Martin nt $114 per ncre. The to be convalescing, and on Wednes- encircled by the British. Grider Ilnrnctt feels that he can not decline, to take $J50..-- J. I ft Poynter $250, Fred Ilau Frost, of Beren College, lost his lrfc price was $2 per acre less than, it wns day of last week he went out on The allied armies in France and one jap with the governments with which mana $50, J. F. Anderson $300, on tho transport, Ticondorogn, which sold for Rome weeks ago, but condi- of the rural routes. He took his Belgium are still driving the-- Gertions may have changed since' then. bed the the Government of the United States Misses Sallie and Margaret Francis wns sunk by a German submarine. day following nnd grew grad- mans toward their border, but prog- $50. Mm. A. P. Hunn $1,000, Judge Miss Mary Louise Eastland, daught- Mr. Martin will move to the place as ually worse until the is associated the question of an . i.. end came. The ress is slow in the face of the stub- -' uawson ;iuu, Jtrs. K. J. soon as he can get possession nad will armistice, SI 00, Chnrles Gangloff $200, er of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. P. Eastland of burial occurred in the Crab Orchard born resistance the enemy is able to 'He deems it his dutv to snv nciiln. I). II. Morris $1,000. W. T. Hiatt Dnnville, died following a brief nt- - sell his farm of 102 acres in the Cemetery Thursday afternoon taft-e- r put up with its system of machine- Hiatt $50. Iln MtJt however, that the only armistice he $100, Virgil Ilrvan Perkins Mrs. Cnr- - tnck of pncumonln. She wns a sdstor Peyton's Well neighborhood nt pub-li- e brief but appropriate nnd consol- gun nests. The fighting has been Powell $100. $nn. .... auction on Friday, Nov. 8th. He ing -- ! I. I ..1 ...A .1.1 words by Dr. H. J. Brazclton, of severe on four fronts in the Meuse vruuiu iwi junuiirii m suumming lor lvle Pleasants $50, Mary T. Gray of John C. Enstland. of Loufevill. will also sell a lot of live stock. consideration would be one which $100, Mrs. M D. Elmore $1,000. R. nnd hnd many other relatives there. the Stanford Christian churchy The sector, where the picked troops of Read his advertisement elsewhere in The Tcxns Court of Appcnls, in should leave the United States und E. Gaines $200, Jno. Wentzcl $100, J. weather was very inclement, but a Oermany are barnng temporarily n majority opinion, held that State- this paper. the Powers associated with her in n I.. Heazlcv $200. large crowd from various sections of the Americans; in the region from wide prohibition law unconstitutional. LOCATED powtion to enforce any arrangeAT PLANT CITY, FLA. this nnd 'adjoining counties gathered La Cateau to the north of Valen PAINT LICK opinion is by Judge Morrow, who ments that may he entered Into nnd to pay respect to the clever gentle- ciennes, where the British nre plow- -' Mr. Granville Lutes, whose The recent rnins hnve caused the The holds that this law is in conflict with to make n renewal of hostilities on wheat nnd rye to come up. for Florida was mentioned man for whom they had great re ing through mud to cross- - the the local option feature of the con- Tuesday, writes the part of Germany Impossible. Curl Hoain, one of our-tlpntlcnts, that he has rented spect and admiration. That the sod Scheldt canal; between' Tournai and stitution. "The President has, therefore, hns pneumonia, but is improving. a place nt Plant City, GO miles north may lie gently on tha grave and the Audenarde, where the British are The Interstate Commerce Commis- of Tampa, and transmitted hi correspondence with Misses Hefsie White nnd that ho likes fine. tears of the widow and the fntherlcss again hard after the enemy, nnd sion asserted its nuthority to alter He the present German authorities to Stone arc gurats.of Mrs. E. White. says in a letter ordering his paper soon bo dried, is the wish of the many northeast of Laon, where the French the Governments with which the Gov Miss Emma Estridgc and little Miss railroad froight rates initiated by sent him, that we must be sure nnd inends or the splendid young man. have advanced two to three miles Hazard coal operators met with on an eight-raH- e front. wcr.mnt of the United States is as- Florence Patrick are sick with ton- - Director General McAdoo, even with put n plain address on the I. J., as he out affirmative showing thnt they nre can not afford to lose The American troops captured the sociated as a belligerent, with the silitis. a single copy. local Red Cross and decided to cenlojggestion that, If these GovemmcnU Clnrence Hull, our champion squir wrong, nnd announced that the Rnil- - Hy the way, he said to the writer pust ter all serious influenza and pneu- Belle Joyeuse and Talma farms and assumption before leaving nre disposed to effect pence upon the rel hunter, a he hns bagged about road Administration's the other monia patients from various coal the ridge between them after an all-dthat such rates nre presumed to be day that he hadStanford his trading enmps in three hospitnls in Hazard. fight Wednesday. These posi terms nnd principles indicated, their 10 this year. turned military advisers nnd the military Mis Mary Lear has been soliciting right nnd just is incorrect. business over to Mr. James V. Allen, One hospitul is nlready filled nnd spe- tions are situated northeast of Grand Not until the entire State !s y Pre. Early Wednesday the Amerindvbcrs of the United States be chickens to make broth for the sick of Hustoaville. He would have had cial trains arp bringing in more free of the epidemic of in- a hard time finding cans launched an attack with the den.1ted to submit to the Governments foldiers nt On nip Taylor. n cleverer man termination of cleaning up Grand Pre against Germany th m-Mrs. A. II. Estridge was out to fluenza will restrictions imposed by to leave it with. THE I. J. SAID THEY WOULD and that region. This was accomperjary terms of such an armistice m Henhnm, Ky to sec her dniightcr, the Stnte Hoard of Health with a Hob Bruce, "Brother" view to preventing a spread of the Turley. lished, but the Germans, counter atKITTRELL, NOT 'SKIDMORE w .1 fully protect the interests of the M'sk Ethel, who hns the flu. The Inerior Journal wns in error Walter O. Walker, J. G. Burnside and tacking, drove back the Americans at Louisville or peoples involved nnd insure to the It. G. Woods is having wires strung disease be lifted in W. H. Dennv did iust whnt th Tn. places. The nMOeinted Governments the unre- - in and nround our village nnd has n nny other section of Kcntuckv, nj- - last issue when it stated thnt Jnmes Americans later regained cording to Dr. J. N. McCormack Ho Skidmore wns dead in the Highland terior Journal said they would at their ground and advanced despite ntncted power to safeguard nnd en- - battery nt his garage that will fur- the Red Hog show in Atlanta they desperate machine gun said that to date a total of lSS.O"-- " section. We were informed to that defense. The UIVC HIK UCUIIM "I inu jH'ncc 10 nih lights for the village. licked the platter clean. Mr. Turley, German losses in which the German government has dead and wounded The doctors lire kepf pretty busy. cases had been reported in tha State. effect, but it was Mr. Skidmorc's James Kittrell, who was called who is Mr. Bruce's brother-in-lawere heavy. rrced, provided they deem such an One made 20 c:ils n few days ugo, ran HARVEY HELM IN TOWN to the land beyond the skies. De- won the Sow Championship, the Boar Between September 12, when the posible from tho military out of medicine nnd hnd to go to his aralstlce Hon. Harvey Helm paid Lancaster ceased less than a year Championship nnd the Grand Cham St. Mihiel drive began, and Oct. 39, f point of view. Should such terms of olfiie nnd refill hw medicine chest. a pleasant visit yesterday nnd wns ago to Mr. Skidmore's daughter. He pionship. He also won three blues, United States army fliers brought Mr. Walter Centers, one of our given .UHrwuswi-- no suggesieti, ineir accept- a very cordial welcome ns he was 52 years old and was engaged nntt hv Clnrmnnt iftll nfT.t.l tk. !.. in four reds, a white and a yellow. Mr. down 2G1 German planes, which rep and traders, who has many friends here who nre al- the oil business. His burinl occur- Bruce won seven blues, four reds, resented of the total flyff concrete evidence of her unenuivoenl wns driving stock home days ngo fell ways ready to go their full length for red in the Methodist burying grdund five whites nnd one yellow. Messrs. ing strength of the enemy from tho acceptance" of the terms nnd prin- and broke both bones in his leg. He him. Mr. Helm hns stayed loyally nt Highland Tuesday, after .services Wnlker, Denny nnd Burnside nlso got Swiss border to the sea. ciples of peace from which the whole is improving and will be up again by the President and hns been "on by Rev. Hugbee. of Kings Mountain. n good share of tics. ncrion proceeds. toon. the job" constnntly nt Washington. LAST CALL FOR ASSESSMENTS U. M. Ilurgess, who curries mail on "The President would deem him- The State Tax Commission this being his first visit to Lancaster "TWELVE STRIKING SERMONS" NEWSPAPERS POTENT FACTOR at M'l' lacking in candor did he not Route 3, is taking his vacation nnd for many months. He has "The of the news Frankfort is hurrying us up and Andrew Johnson D. D., formerly served Wm. Cnldwell is his substitute. V po tit out in the frnnkeit Mr. his country possilde with fidelity nnd eff- of Stanford, is the author of a new papers of the district in the efforts wants to commence making tho books the reason why extraordinary Ilurgess will put his vacation in on iciency. Ho, seems more of our department to giv the immediately after Nov. 1st. We ask interested boot entitled "Twelve Striking xafeguards must, bo demunded. Sig- - repairing the property he recently in the election of Governor Stanley It is published by the Penti-cost- Fourth Libqrty Loan the widest pos you to come in before that time and nificant and important as the consti fought of Mm. Mays. to the United States Senate, than he Publishing Co., of Louisville, sible publicity was splendid. It was list your property. We intend to put tutional changes seem to be which is in his own race nnd wnnt3 to see and contains 282 pages. It is along the most potent pactor in the success deputies enough out o serve notice nre spoken of by the Gorman For-Jr- a HOW DOCTORS TREAT Garrard county roll up a large ma- the same line of preaching that the of the loan, we believe." Thus writes on all delinquents three days after COLDS AND GRIPPE jority Secretary in his nute of the 20th for both he and the governor. nuthor has been doing since he start Mr. M. H. Lnundon, director of pub Nov. 1st. We will also set three days I October, it does not, appear thnt He is highly pleased with the flatter- ed in religious work nt Stanford 24 licity Central Liberty Loan Commit- for you to come nnd if you fail to Abk nnv physician or druggist and ie principle of u government re- como on the date set you are liable to ing prospects which assure, him that years ngo, during which time he has tee, Cleveland, O. pcnsible to tho German people has he will tell you that the best und only Gnrrnrd will turn out a nice demo- conducted 394 revivals from New ALONZO RIGNEY DIES OF "FLU" a fine. J. N. Cash, Tax Assessor of yet been fully worked out, or that effective remedy for n bail cold, Bore majority nnd says he never Brunswick to Culifornia. He now 2t Alonzo Rigney, assistant yard maB-to- r Lincoln County. y guarantees either exist or nre in throat, inlluenrn or la grippe is whnt cratic saw the party better united in the lives in Wilmorc. of the Southern Railway at Dancontemplation that the alterations of he calls "n brisk calomel HELP THE GOOD CAUSE purge," country thnn it is nt present. He exville died Sunday and was buried at The good women of the East End rinciple nnd of practice now parti- - which means a Idg dose of calomel pects to JOHN HAYDEN DEAD return here in n few days his old home at Kings ally agreed upon will be permanent. nt bed time Hut ns the old style calJohn Hayden, son of Frank Hay-de- Tuesday. He was 32 yearsMountain are preparing to send chickens and and if the epidemic of influenza will old and eggs to Louisville for the hospital Moreover, it does not appear that tho omel hns home very unpleasant nnd permit, may who lived in this county many wns n very mnko n few speeches for successful railroad mnn. patients at Cnmp ZachaVy Taylor in hcurt of the present difficulty has dangerous qualities physicians und Stanley yenrs ngo, is dead at San Antonio, Deceased wns a before the election of Nov son of'Mr. nnd Mrs. response to the request for theso been reached. It may be thut future druggists aie now recommending the 5th. Texas, of influenza. He hnd been in George-Lancaster Record. Rigney, of Kings Moun- things. Quite a number have already Wfcrs have been brought under the improved nnusrales calomel, called the railroad business in the South for tain, nnd they and his good wife been given and nny one else who has Control of tho German people, but "Calotabs" which Is purified and re- TO EDITOR INTERIOR JOURNAL many years. He was, a first cousin I nnve been summoned before the lie present war hus not been so, nnd fined from the sickening nnd dnnger-ou- s chickens or eggs they will give pleaso of Charles H. Hayden, who used to send to Mrs. J. B. Willis nt Crab Oretfeets nrd whose medicinal vir Council of Defense for Lincoln live here, but who now is located in ,k 1b with tho present war that we nre BURN TAR FOR "FLU" County to answer tho charge of ob Louisville. dealing. It is evident that the Gcr- - tues are vast I v improved. "Jlammy Puss" sends the Interior chard Springs not later than Monday One PnlotJih on the tongue nt bed structing the sale of Liberty Bonds an people have no means of Journal this message: "Say in your afternoon, the 28th. the acquiescence of the mil time with n swallow of water, I have BROUGHT HOME FOR BURIAL paper that the burning of tar will REBECCA thnt's nnd unpatriotic conduct. ROUTENBERG DEAD itary authorities of the empire in the nil. No salts, no nausea nor the hover by word or net of nny kind The remains of Miss Lula M. Lewis stop tho spread of influenzn nnd will Rebecca Routcnberg, the popular will; thnt tho power of the slightest interference with your diet, undertaken to prevent or discour- were brought from Crawfordsville, effect cures in' ninny cases." Now is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. JCIng of Prussia to control the policy plensures or work. Next morning age the sale of bonds nnd I um sure Ind., and interred nt Providence a good time to give such remedies Routenberg, of Hustonville, died Mho empire is unimpaired; that the your cold has vanished nnd your en- thnt there is not n more patriotic church, just over the Lincoln line in nnd preventives n triul. They can Thursday afternoon of influenzn, aftdetermining initiative still remains tire system is purified and refreshed. man in Lincoln county than I am. I Rockcnstle, Wednesday. The body tjot mnke matters worse. er n brief illness. The remains were Cnlotnbs nre gold only in originul served in the Federal army through was taken from the train nt Crab with thoso who have hitherto been sealed packages, price thirty-flvthe Civil War nnd now have in tho Orchnrd. Deceased wns 18 years BOUGHT HIS FATHER'S STOCK taken to Lexington for interment. e masters of Germany. She was n bright, attractive girl nnd cents. Your druggist guarantees Cal- nrmy n son, two grandsons nnd a old nnd died of Influenzn. D. W, VnnDeveor, of Richmond, was very popular "Feeling that the whole peace of with both young by marriage, all of otabs by refunding the price If you has bought the stock of goods owned and old. . world depends now on plain whom volunteered. At the direction MARTIN DIES AT BROADHEAD by his father, Mr. M. O. VanDeveer, ing nnd straightforward notion, nro not delighted. Douglass Martin, ono of tho finest who died last of tho week. He shipped NO SCHOOL NEXT WEEK President deems it his duty to Btitutlonnl standing as tho renl rulers of tho Council of Defense tny to tho Liberty Loan hns young men of Hrodhead, died there them to Richmond and will add them On account of the continued influ without any attempt to soften of Germany. of enza rany seem harsh words, that tho "If it must deal with the military been increued from $500B.to $1,000. was influenza first of the week. He to his stock of genernt merchandise! questsepidemic, Prof. M. L. Canecr re-- v n son of the late R. S. Martin, there. B. KING. the Interior Journal to state ns of the world do not and can musters and the monnrchial autocrats nnd for some time hail conducted n that thero will bo no school next week. 'trust tho word of those who havo of Germany now, or if it is likely MILL TO REMAIN CLOSED FIFTY YEARS AGO Tho State Hoard of Health holds out tobacco business in his home town. rto been the masters of Ger- - to hnve to deal with them later in In nnswer to a petition to him to Tho Richmond Register announces no hope for tho reopening of schools, policy, nnd to point out onco regard to the international obliga reopen tho Crab Orchard mill, which ) RECLEANED SEED RYE FOR SALE tho rapid approach of tho new rail or any other public places, which u'ro hat, in concluding pcaco and at-- tions of tho German empire, it must was closed for 30 days for excess We havo a sock of reclenned seed road to that placo. The Pnris C'tizen no wunder tho closing ban. undo the infinite injuries demand, not peace negotiations, but charges on mill feed, Mr. Fred M. ryo of fine quality for snle. Call reports mules ut from $110 to $150, justices of this war, tho Gov- - surrender. Nothing can be gained by Sackott camo to Stanford on ThursMr. und Mrs. Clay Ellis, of Huston telephone No. 2G, Lancaster. Hud- nnd nlso horses nt $185. Courier- nt of the United States can not leaving this essential thing unsaid. day nnd together with County Food Journal "Fifty Yenrs Ago" column. ville, have been celled upon to givo son, Hughes & Farnau. 2t "Accept, sir, the renewed assur- Administrator J. N. Saunders, went ywlth any but veritable rcpre- up their bright little daughter, Jo w of the German people who ances of my high consideration. over tho mill books and directs that Hack up the President with Helm Hack up tho President with Helm sephine Ellis. Shejicd Thursday aftn assured of a genuine con- "ROBERT LANSING." the closing order stand. and Stanley. ernoon of influenzu". and Stanley. d post-mnste-hos-pit- "WlLSON'4 Klf JlNC ANSWER TO GERMANY . !i The answer pt President Wilson to sVcrmnny felleyw: Sir: hnve the hohr to acknowledge the rccelnt of ?V yr,rtote of the 22nd transmlttlng-- l s contmunlMtlort under date of the th from the German government, 1 'WawKta dvJw you that the President WMrtrueted me to reply thereto r.i vJ LIBERTY BONp HONOR ROLL Coy Reynolds $100, J. S, Martin and wife $100, Ellshn Griffin $00, Mn. Mary E. Murphy $50, G. W. Owens $50, Charles Drown $50, Miss Margaret Houtln $C0, W. O. Routin $50, E. G. Glllibwd $50, E. II. Pad- KCtt $50, Gr W. Leach $50, J. T. Brown $G0, Fred Ervln $50, Alonzo Padgett $50, Hullian Carrier $50, Will McKlnncv $60. Gnr Mnv $50. Joey Ellison $50, HewiW Wlllinms $50, Bright Ilaugh $50, Ed Singleton $50, Clins. Young $50, Vlrdon Hoyn-old- s $60, Geo. Reynolds $50, Thomas Lonch $50, John II. Leach $50, Arthur Sanders $50, Esnu Moore $50, L. I McCurry $50, E, M McCurry $50, V. C. Gilliland $200, I). II. Hubbard $100, Snm WofTord $100, Harvey DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Mis Ruby Wllloughby, n populnr young womnn or Richmond, is dead. William Dcvorc. the aged transfer man of Richmond, was knocked down T Jtw Hi mi r. nl Oer-mn- whole-hearte- d -- to i i. j sym-path- Wed-nesdn- .! cr -- 1 -- i Rc-ed- rrne-ticnll- c son-in-la- was-mnrri- ed e s Ser-mons- ." al n, M. com-nndi- o grent-grandso- n V, ' . ! ' 5' JT.ol. T Zc7 ',- - .y - , r. - f PfeTw Doctors Say: "Take Iron" people, doctors prescrlbo For building up weak, nervous, Iron. It Is tho greatest blood purifier nnd strcnRthcncr known nnd, taken in proper quantities, it builds up tho body like nothing else can. contnln nut many of the iron preparations before tho public of alcohol,too utile and alcoiron j many of them contain from 10 to 25 per cent, hol counteract tho efficiency of tho iron. run-down The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday Oct. 25, 4916 -- i ACID IRONMINERAL natu-m- l is free from the presence of alcohol. It ij obtained from the onlyn mineral deposit of its kind known to the world ipurc. medicinal iron nnturnl iron product, free from the drug of tho chemist nnd the dope of lhInPn!lditionrto three forms of natural iron Acid Iron Mineral contains magnesium, potassium, sodium nnd calcium, medicinal Properties which many vour doctor prescribes for indigestion, dyspepsia, constipation, nnd comes tonic it hilmcnts nrisfriR from n disordered stomach. As n general up tho sjstem clostcst to the ideal, making rich, pure blood nnd toning nnd weak vital organs to normal. He sure you get Acid Iron Mineral j ask for it by name. Look for tho trade mark, it is your guarantee of n pure, concentrated, efficient, economical iron product. At Penny Drug Store or the Forro.Hne Chemical Corp., Konnoke, Vn. FAILING IN FAIR METHODS WILL RESORT TO FOUL Despairing of carrying the election by fnir means, the republicans as usual will resort to the use of money to do so, but it will bo another proof of the old adage that a fool and his money are soon parted. An official issued nt Louisville, after giving the old stuff about the certain- letter a challengers nt every precinct, who will be paid $5 n day at the polls and three outside workers nt $4 each. Efection officers arc to be paid $3 in addition to their regular pay and the workers are authorized to hire automobiles or pther conveyances to get the voters to the polls. This outlay in Louisville alone will amount to $16,936 nnd if the program is carried out in the 2,278 prccincU of the State, will foot up an expenditure of $166,294. Counting what will be distributed nmong the voters and a princely sum is seen to be turned It will therefore be obloose. served that the republicans will not rely on fooling the people about the President and that their candidate can do more in the Senate than Gov. Stanley, a bait which not many will take, but upon the more fetching one with a certain class, of money. One It will put good thing will result. lucre in circulation, but a million dollars could not buy the State from Stanley and the democratic nominees for Congress. Democracy has gotten together nnd that means that success will come from unity. Took Out Dreadful Sorcnett When the kidneys are weakened nnd fail to throw impurities out of the blood, the poison remains in the system and backache, soreness and rheumatic pains, develop. Mrs. David Henry, 85 S. Lincoln Ave.. Washington, N. J., writes: "Foley Kidney Pills took the dreadful soreness out of my limbs and I walk good." Sold TWIN CITIES RIVALRY Who was that fellow who church so abruptly?" ty of republican victory, calls for THOMPSON RAMSEY DEAD Thompson Itnmsoy died suddenly of nn apoplectic stroke in Danville Saturday night. He wns 82 years of ngc and before his retirement, nliout 20 years ago, was n prominent nnd leading merchant of Richmond. Ho located in Danville several years ago and had been in poor health for some time. His condition had not been considered critical, however, nnd he was on the streets Fridny, mingling with friends. He was a member of one" of the most prominent fnmilles of central Kentucky nnd was a brother of the late Dr. Burdcttc Ramsey, of Paint Lick. Another brother wns a prominent law yer, of London. Mr. Ramsey is survived by two children, Mrs. Allen Kcnncy, of Danville, and Miss Ida Ramsey, of Huntington, W. Vn. He was a member of he Christian church and brief funeral services were held Monday morning at Danville, nnd the remains shipped here and laid to rest in the family lot in the Richmond emetcry. Register. Deceased was an uncle of Mr. John Bright, of this city. WOULD LIKE SECRET FOR LOOKING WELL "Two weeks ago I weighed 96 lbs. Tow I weigh 105 lbs. and feel per fectly well. Anyone I see suffering I tell them of what Mayr's Wonderful Remedy has done for me. They all want to know what makes me look so well. Your medicine has also been a real for my mother. I life-sav- RAISE BETTER QUALITY HORSE Large numbers of undesirable, mediocre horses arc being turned loose onto tho market nt present in nil parts of the country in order to snvo feed, nccordlng to report! to the United States Department of Agriculture. As a conscqucnco the mnr-kis glutted with commonplncc animals of this description to the extent that tho prices paid nre unusually low. The department urges farmers to rnisc horses of better breed ing nnd quality. The supply of de sirnble-qunlitheavy draft horses or y animals sultnblc for artillery or purposes is below the demand, while the prices of such animals nre correspondingly high. In view of both the domestic nnd foreign demand during nnd nftor the war for quality horses, farmers should begin now to stock up .their barns with horseflesh of. the desirable type. Under cxistig conditions feeding stuff for work animals'nfe extremely high in price. On llrls nccount it U imperative' that tho fnrriier should winter only work stock of tlie "useful, most efficient, nml valuable type. One heavy draft horse will perform the work of practically two under-sixeinferior plugs, while such nn animal can be fed at nhout the same cot for maintenance as for one of the plug. When the fnrmer desires to sell n heavy horse of quality and breeding he can always locate a ready market, whereas inferior animal ordinnrily can be disposed of only nt a et y env-nlr- j PUBLIC SALE I I ! . I .. farm, one milo north of Eubank and 2 mile? south of Waynesburg, on Will UIICI 11 rT UV 1 D..Ulinliinl'mv voirlnr uuui w" "V - rtn- rh - r4nrv -j Nnl&n ... NOVEMBER, j SATURDAY,following property: shocks2ND of corn beginning nt A. M., the 9 140, I 1 2 pounds, cultivator, corn drill with fertilizer attach wagon,-ment, double shovel INo. zU Uhver breaking plow, 9 work harness, I sef buggy harness, buggy. Household furnisets davenport, solid oak bookture - Janssen piano, a good one; extension table, se't of dining room chairs, 5 rockers, macase, chine, 2 iron beds, chiffonier, dresser, washstand, Axminster rug, ,1 velvet rug, kitchen table, 2 heating stoves, coal oil range, fourlulet all dishes and cooking utensils, cupboard, washing machine and tubs, extension ladder, and many other .articles. Terms made known on day of sale. gc 1 1 2 grey' horse, 8 years and fodder, grey mare coming 5 years old, I good work mare, :g6od red cow, red heifer calf, hog, 150 old, 1 1 1 ot ot 1 20-fo- ot S. J. Archer, Eubank; Ky. W. H. WILLIAMS, Auctioneer. Cascarets Work While You Sleep No headache, biliousness, upset stomach or constipa- tion tomorrow Public Sale! 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, 1 1 ss left the r 1 "A man from Minneapolis." "Why did he leave?" "The minister took his text from St. Paul." m t t ,,,,, Snend 10 cents feel grand I To night tnkc Cascarets to liven your liver nnd clean your bowels. Stop the headaches, bilious spells, sourness, gases, coated tongue, bad breath, and constipation Take Cas carets nnd enjoy the nicest, gentlest "inside cleansing" you ever experi enced. Wake up feeling fine. Cascarets is best cnthartic for children. can not recommend it too highly for No disappointTnstc like'tnndy. stomach trouble." It is n simple, ment! Thirty million boxes of this preparation that removes harmless harmless, fnmous cathartic are sold the catarrhal mucus from the ints-tineach year now. tract and allays the inflammation which causes practicnlly all stomThe belief in Washington is that ach, liver and intestinal ailments, Wilson will nwait the decision of including appendicitis. One dose tho Wnr Council before answering will convince pr money refunded. the Germnn pence note. As tho'of-flcin- l The Lincoln Pharmacy; The Penny text was not handed to SecDrug Store. retary Lansing until Wednesday would The capture of SI". Quentin marks morning, no official statement lie made regarding the nnture of the the victory of Gen. Foch in his great regnrded, however, that battle in France, according to ex reply. It is if the Berlin note is a trap, the ports in Paris. The continued drives will not fall into it of the British, French, Americans United States only quesanil Belgians from St. Quentin to the One official said that the tion is, "Is Germany whipped?" In North Sea will force the enemy to will be a matter retire to new lines and possibly back the event she is it only of treating with the military auto tht French border. thorities at the front. al Wednesday, Oct. 30th The following described personalty, consisting of HORSE STOCK About 25 head of Harness and Saddle bred, most of these ar' 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 Attention Auto Owners Stop That Leaky Radiator ! We make your old ones good asncw. We sell the Copper Kfng Spark Plug, guaranteedthe life of your car. We have the agency for the Swinehart Tire, 'guaranteed lor 5,000 miles. We carry in stock all kinds ot ot Auto Accessories, Standard Gasoline, 28 cents the gallon. We sell all grades "Mobile"bOil. Call.'and see us. TEACHERS TO GET MONEY Frankfort special says: Finnl payment of the March instnllment of $70,000, was teachers' salaries, checked out on warrants by .State School Superintendent V. O. Gilbert, who snid the September pnyment will go out about Nov. 1 nnd in December the later installments will be checked out. A fac-simi- le 1 Radiator Repair Shop, 3rd St., Danville, Ky. -- ,! Mill Kentucky Duroc Sale lv i 25 BOARS 50 Head 50 25 FEMALES At jTattersalls, Lexington,1 Ky. Saturday, November 2, 1918 Boars for farmers' use, Boart for pure bred service. , Tried Brood sows and bred again. Gilts bred in the purple. of the Duroc breed and tracing to Rich in the blood such sires as Imperator, Defender, Repeater, Taxpayer's Model, Peerless Imperator, Jr., and other great boars that have made history for tho breed. Consignments from the herds of "Mayfield Farm, Lexington, Ky.; W. h. Lyons, Jr., Lexington, Ky.; W. S. Meng, Paris, Ky. The place to buy breeding stock. The place for farmers to secure boars of real merit at reasonable prices. Sale commences promptly at 1 o'clock. For Catalogue write Col. H. L. Iglehart, Col. F. D. Hengat, Auctioneers, L. B. Shropshire, Secretary, 604 Republic Bldg., Louisville, Ky. - Coughed So Ha Couldn't Sleep Bronchinl coughs, tickling in throat anil asthmatic spasms break one's rest and wenken one so that tho system is n end serious sickness may result . Enos Halbert, Poali, Ind.. writes: "I had a severe cold and coughed continually nt night could hardly sleep. Foley's Honey nnd Tar cured my cough." At Ashland all churches, schools, theaters, bowling alleys, pool rooms," shooting gnlleries, soda fountains, soft drink stands, shoe shining parlors, saloons, skating rinks, barber cigar shops, shops, shoo repairing stores, fruit stands, music stores, dry goods, clothing nnd furniture stores and business houses have btcn or dered closed on nccount of influenza. run-dow- CATTLE the unanimous consent of all of its stockholders, dissolved on October 1, 1918, una Us nirnlrs nrc tieing wound LILHUUN GOOCH, up. LV P. NUNNELLEY, President 81 It Secretary. Whon you have hackacho the liver or kidneys are sure to be out of gear Try Sanol, It does winders for the llvor, kidneys and bladder. A trial GOo bottle will convince you. Get It at tho drug store. Notice is hereby given Goshen Telephone Company, NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION that the wns by Snturdny, Nov. 2, is proclaimed Fire nnd Accident Prevention Day by Governor Stanley in n proclamation just issued. Secretary of tho Navv Daniels in an uddrcss at the unveiling of the statuu or Stephen A. Douglas paid high tribute to tho unselfish patriotism of the political opponent of Abraham Lincoln. 6 head of light feeders, of good yearling cattle. 50 head 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 I 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 in good condition. Binders, mov 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 furbished. Terms given on day of sale. 55 head of choice heavy feeding cattle, 1 F. REID, Stanford, Ky. DINWIDDIE & OWENS, Auctioneers. iA I fSMWf 4 sttssmmusisxi - irjt "V 'J .' ,,iv', iUliWAAij Buy Rent " V,'' 1' illAIntMotJournaVStanford, Kentucky, Friday, Oct. 25, 1918 t '1' WOMAN'S NERVES MADE STRONG 4 ' With What do yen now luy with' Only a rnl monayT you buy? reafc receipt. A'hotna of What might your own and freedom from rani payments forevarv Use your rant money a a .payment on your new home Instead of Spending it. You ' know It gets away fr6m yoil mighty easy unless you "Salt It down.'' Why not put It In dirt? You know the safesi thing on earth Is earth Itself. It doesn't rust, decay, or gat out of style and is.just as sure to go higher ar you exist today. If you were to land cut the present prices would still be too cheap. Use your and quit working common sens yourself to death to enrich the other fellow.' You can't figure any other way than the Renter always gets the Hot End of It. The most plentiful thing In the world today Is money and terms were never easier. ACT. No. 33.1 A nice farm of 0" acre on good pike about five mile from brick resiStanford. Nice dence, larKC Imrn and nil kinds of well watered and fenced and in splendid neighborhood close to school, etc. This is a dandy home for some one and price only $12,500 and easy terms. Look this one over. No. 331 farm located right on the famous Dixie Highway r;iul only about two miles from a Rood town. 100 acres in cultivation and 200 acres In woodland. Two-storresidence with three porches, two tennnt houses and two largo barns and all necessary outbuilding Young orchard. 'This is a good farm and could not be located better. Price only $14,000 and eusy termr.. This farm Is worth a good deal more money and will not bo on the market long at this price. Give it n look and you will bo sure to pick it up as good investment if not for a , one-half, two-stor- y 300-acrsix-roo- t 7" By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Winona, Minn." 1 suffered for mors than a year from nervousness, and wu bo uau i couio not '"' PUBLIC SALE! STOCK, CROPS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS I awake and get so nervous I would havo to get up and walk around and in the morning would bo all tired out. I read about Lydia E.Pinkham' pound and thought 1 would try It. My nervousness soon '.loft me. I sleep well nnd feel fine In tho morning ana do my work. I gladly recomable to mend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to make weak nerves strong." Mrs: Aluekt Suxtze, 003 Olmstead St. Winona, Minn. How often do we hear the expression among women, "I am so nervous, I cannot sleep," or "It seems as though I should fly." Such women should profit by Mrs. Sul tie's experience and givo this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a trial. For forty years it has been overcoming such serious conditions as displacements, inflammation, ulceration, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, dullness, and nervous prostration of women, and is now considered the Stan-dar- d remedy for such ailments. 1 rest nt Ha night-wo- uld will sell at public auction at my farm three miles from on the Liberty pike beginning at :30 P. M., 1 Hus-tonvil- le Vegotablo Com the following described property: Good team of mules, harness and wagon, plows, harrows, hay forks, shovels, picks, sledges, drills and a lot of smaller tools. A Chalmers Six Automobile, six new tires and everything in perfect order. 550'BALES BRIGHT WHEAT STRAW. 250 BALES EXTRA MIXED HAY. 350 SHOCKS OF FODDER AND ABOUT 125 BARRELS OF PICKED CORN IN CRIB. . TERMS made known on day of sale. SATURDAY, NOV. 2nd J. L. McKEE RIFFE, Hustonville, Ky. COL JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. H Ever since a notorious republican advised in the program to take the presidency from Samuel J. Tildcn in 1870 to "claim everything," tho re publican lenders have been acting as clnim ngents for the party, hoping to win by claims what they lose at the polls. They arc at it as usual in the present campnign and making all sorts of nbstird claims with the hope of fooling the unwary. Demo crats will, however, pay no attention to them, but go right along nnd roll majority for up n Stanjoy nnd nil their nominees. record-breaking 200 acres, 90 acres in cultivation, good house, bam and outbuildings. Good orchard. Well watered and fenced and this one aho located on the Dixie Highway. Price $10,000. No. 33f Nice home of five rooms, porch, etc., and small barn and iight ncres of land, about five miles from Stanford. Price only $1,300. No. 337 70 ncres of good land. 42 acres under cultivation and 25 ncres in grass. Good seven-roohouse, stock barn and all nccenry outbuildings. Good orchard. Well wittered in every field. Price .t.P0.1 mid easy terms. No. 338 82 acre farm about one r.tlle off pike in the West End of the ivitnty ttnd every foot of it Is hemn and tobacco land. It has n eight-rooresidence. Stock and tobacco burn combined tin I all necessary outbuildings. Well wnleied and fenced nnd a splendid money The price on this farm i rmikcr. at the $10,500 and chc.tp two-stor- fine home. No. 335 Congressman R. Y. Thomas, Jr., is in a Louisville hospital recovering from nn operation for nppendicitis and will not be able to personally nroecutc his campaign for tion to Congress from the Third dis trict, but that will not count against him. His friends will redouble tneir efforts nnd the committee will see that his claims are properly presented, while his faithful ally, Thomas B. Pannell, with his accustomed adroitHEAD AND NOSTRILS organization. STUFFED FROM COLD ness, will sec to the re-el- A Resembles Old Fashioned Grip The symptoms of Spanish Influenza arc very similar to old fashioned grip pains throughout the body, extreme dizziness, sleepiness, chills, hitch fever, headache, disturbed digestion with running at the nose and eyes and excessive spit-tin- s, showing an Inflammation and congestion ot the mucous linings. Manifested by Catarrhal Condkitn With the first symptoms of Influenza, it is well to consult your family physician at once. It Is not the disease ItselC that Is to be feared so much as It Is the complications which may follow. To ward oft Bpanlsh Influenza or aa an aid to returning health after an attack, nothing la any 's better than Dr. World Famous Hart-man- roney. cottage, No. 339 Nice good cellar, well in dining room and splendid spring, good burn, smoke house, etc., fencing good and fine garden nnd two it r res of ground. Price $1,000 and just ncrojs the rond from this place 50 acres of fine improved blue grass land nt $140 per five-roo- nrre that can sell with this place. No. 340 23 acres of land of which 20 nrces is cleared and balance in house, barn 32x timber. Five-roo32, hen house, smoke house, small Well fenced ami watered, well nt house. $1,250 gets sill of this property. 10 acres of good land No. 341 cotclose to good town. Four-rootage, halls nnd two porches. New barn, smoke house, etc. Well fenced Well at door. Price nnd watered. $3,500. Look nt this one, it is a good investment. brick No. 312 Nice store-roonnd living rooms located right on Main street In tho heart of Stanford and largo lot to fco with same. Prico right nnd terms easy. d. two-story surely the best for all kidney or bladder trouble. Sanol give relief In 24 hours from all backache and bladder troublps. Sanol Is a guaranYour cold will break and all grippe teed remedy. 50c and J1.00 a bottle misery end nfter taking a dose of at tho drug store. "Pnpe's Cold Compound" every two NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS hours until three doses nre taken. AH persons having clnims against nos It promptly opens clogged-uwill please trils and nir passages in the head, the estate of M. D. Elmore present them to me, properly veristops nasty discharge or nose run ning, relieves sick headache, dull fied. Those indebted to the estate once. Mrs. ness, feverishness, sore throat, sneez are requested to settle at Mattie Elmore, Administratrix., ing, soreness nnd stiffness. Don't stny stuffed up I Quit blow Deaths fcave been so numerous in ing nnd snuffling! Ensc your throb the territory that draws its supplies bing head nothing else in the world that the reserve from Louisville gives such prompt relief ns "Pnpe's stock of caskets has been depleted Cold Compound," which costs only and undertakers must low depend n few cents nt any drug store. It y supply. on the nets without assistance, tastes nice, and causes no inconvenience. Ac Reports indicate a slight improvecept no substitute. ment in the influenza situation over the country, but in many places the W. V. Lockhart, chairman of the epidemic has yet to reach its crest. Louisville of the Church branch mens reileration, tins received n The disease is now epidemic at only copy of n cablegram received by the five army camps. convention of the general war-tim- e committee of churches in session in With only five days left for the Washington from Gen. Pershing in Liberty Loan campaign nnd only reply to its message of confidence sent him by the convention last week. half of the quota raised, it is necesThe cablegram follows: "Thanks for sary to raise nearly a billion dollars your message of confidence. We rely a day if the nation is to "subscribe on the churches nt home to keep the the full amount in the time set. spirit of the people white hot with Louisville has replaced the street patriotism and courage until victory men cleaners with women and put hns been won." 75 negroes to work. As they nre used to that kind of business, nn imStella-Vitaprovement must result. p day-to-da- rape s Cold Compound" ends cold or grippe In a few hours Do you get uo at nlht? Sanol Is For Catarrh of Every Description Take PE-RU-N- A The well known and direct action of Peruna In restoring and maintaining a healthy condition of the mucous membranes throughout the body makes It the greatest disease preventing and health restoring remedy known to science. For forty-fiv- e to the health of the American family. EXPERIENCE OF USERS THE BEST RECOMMENDATION NEWAIUC. N. J. "I have used ANNA. OHIO. "I And Peruna ex for cellent for Catarrh of the head. I reruna you colds and grip. It will io all claim and more. My Keep Peruna and Manalln In the family always have a bottle on hand for stomach house all the time." Mrs. A. anil bowel trouble and colds." Geo. Clark. Itunkle, Hox 86. Union Street. Try Pernna First Tablets or Liquid Sold Everywhere safe-guar- d years Peruna has retained Its title as a reliable l:i From Rhcims to the Meuse, Americans and French in terrific fighting are forcing the huns before them. The fleeing Germans are spreading destruction on every side. Upon entering Lens the Allied troops found the coal mines in the city destroyed, and only after a search unearthed the ruins of the cathedral. precedent d The in the United States Senate that there be no applause was broken yesterday afternoon when Senators noisily ex pressed their satisfaction with 1'resi-deWilson's reply to Germany's note. time-honore- nt e Albert Hingnell, of Marysville, Kansas, was saved by his testament Four shots in action in France. Two French scientists have suc- struck him, but each lodged in his testament which he had in his pocket ceeded in isolating the infectious agent which daused Spanish influ- over his henrt. enza, according to a Tunis dispatch WANTED To trado a pair of to the Matin, says a dispatch. Those d who have had a touch of "flu" will mules and a team of insist that isolation is not sufficient; marcs for a couple of Ford cars. N. p T. Gutman. Crab Orchard, Ky. better kill it. three-year-ol84-2- THE GUARANTEED TONIC FOR WOMEN third of a century. Kor nearly ten years it ha? been sold under a plain, positive guarantee Stclla-Vltn- o has been In (successful usotiUho treatment of thoscdlscascs peculiar to women for more than a PUBLIC SALE! On account of my boy being called to the army, I No. 343 Also two Btorc-roo- on Thousands of letters likotliispralslng o nnd telling of benefit to suffering women havo been received. firs. U. fl. Russell, of Mill Springs, N. Ungratefully writes us ns follows: Stclla-Vlta- Less than one bottle out of every one thousand Hold has been refunded for, and every claim for a refund has been satisfied. to benefit. will, on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1 Jlnin street in Stanford. Ilest lf-tio- n in town nnd price nnd . terms right. If you nre looking for good investment propositions look thrv over. It will pay you n good rate of interest on your money. No. St 1 200 ncres of fine tobacco nnd hemp Intnl. Large residence nnd two tenant houses, three bnnts, silo, etc. Good orchard. Well fenced and watered anil n No. 1 farm. Price only $125 per acre and terms easy. Tho nbove are only a few of tho many places Unit we have for sale. If you nre thinking of buying or selling consult us. derful medicine has done me." tion, had palpitation of the heart and would swell and bloat in a most distressing way. When I began I weighed 108 using Stcllu-Vltn- e pounds. Now I weigh 135. I am more thankful than I can ever tell you for the great good this wonItUhsell was nt Hint critical Mr period, tho "chango," nnd her sincere irratlludo for tho blcascil relief will bo "I was in a most wretched condi- Hughes & McCarty Office Phone 180 Residence Phones 152 and 184 KENTUCKY. STANFORD, understood and appreciated by every woman who reads her letter. Stella-Vlta- o Iwh proved n boon to tillering womanhood, to young girl approaching their llrnt vital period, to women approaching tho anguish of childbirth, to women approaching the cliungooflifc.'' ;ni the fcmnlu organs and promotes .vgulnrity In tho monthly function. g No rbk of loss U takcu by any woman who trica Stella-Vita- e u our guarantee of thu first bottlo. and will All dealers sell Stella-Vita- e eturu your money If It docs not benefit you. J)on't put oil" u trial. THE PENNY DRUG STORE THE LINCOLN PHARMACY suf-erln- Sell the following described property at my place, one mile 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. I horse colt. 1 hands high, 7 years old. stallion, I mule colt. 68 shoats, weighinng from 75 to 80 pounds. 6 sows with 44 pigs. 6 sows without pigs, weigh 300 to 400 pounds. 6 hogs, weigh 150 pounds each. 00 ewes. Terms made known on date of sale. two-year-old 26th from Crab 1 1 1 DAVID STREET, Crab Orchard COL. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. U. 1M. Uykl tjLlpm.J - . .w v i V Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Oct. 25 lb I ft' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tl tSt I FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN LINCOLN COUNTY'S QUOTA LINCOLN COUNTY ACTUALLY SUBSCRIBES, - E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright uetni tla4 mad nalltf. HOW REPUBLICANS HAVE NOT SUPPORTED WILSON The Somerset News, edited by n man wlio Is trying to convince himself mul his chosen friends thnt his departure from the teachings of hi father nm! becoming n Mnck sheep republican, wbs a genuine effort for party improvement, says that if the President isucs the appeal for the election of n democratic congress, which it is reported he will do, he must state some reason for it nnd not make it nn ipse dixit. lie mint give specific instance of the way, if any, thnt republican. Iirto embarAs the rassed his administration. President is powibly not n subscrib er of the Somerset News, he will probably never see this dcmnml, but for the information of our benighted brother we will state thnt an authoritative pomphlet statement of how the leaders in Congress have voted on important wnrmensures shows the utter futility of "supporting", the President with n republican congress. This pamphlet shows that in addition to making offensive agninst the President, the following leading republican senntors have voted against from one to several of the President's war measures: Senators Penrose, Warren, Weeks, LnFollettc, Cummins, Smoot, Kail, Gronpa, Norris nnd McLean. In the House, these lenders hnve opposed the President: Mann, Fordncy, Gil- lett. Porter, Hnys, Esch, Haugnn, Campbell nnd any number of smaller fry. Mann, besides making offensive remarks about the President, who would in the event of the election of a republican congres. be made speaker, voted against the espionage act, the shipping board bill nnd against the great war revenue bills. This would be a sweet set indeed to give the President that support so'necessary to win the war and makes the claim that republicans will give him better support than members of his own party most ridiculous. y war as the This is not a Somerset editor says the democrats nre claiming, but the republican lenders seem b do all they can to make it so. It is the part of wisdom, therefore, not to trust to the support that republicans would give to tHc great man at the White House. Send Ows ley Stanley to give him that 'Unflagging assistance for which ho 'braves. Stump under the rooster. one-part- fflri nttefut t Btmnhrt, f $338,350 - Clothing ! Clothing ! ! We have just received another shipment of Fall and .Winter Clothing. We are exclusive sellingagents for the world's greatest clothing, "Collegian," tailored to fit by David Adlcr,' of Milwaukee Smurl - - 386,900 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 OR 41.6 PER CENT OF LINCOLN COUN- Siylcs53Miof HTlorO n mf ' w In y TY'S TOTAL QUOTA. EVERY DIRECTOR A SUBSCRIBER. h 'Mr Lincoln County , National Bank Court-house- vf sift The Bank on the "corner next to " DR. J. W. WEBER CHIROPODIST Foot Doctor OFFICE AT THE Wis. The oldest and most reliable brand for all who wear cood- clothes. We are showing these in all the new models, colors and"" fabrics. We are also headquarters for the greatest underwear in America "Munsing-Wear.- " HUNN HOUSE, Stanford, Ky. ..fif-" -- Call and see a full line of your needs. i,.a..)..a (. - McROBERTS, BAILEY & RUPLEY "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" STANFORD, KY. MRS. WILLARD'S,CASE UAKFIXD SEVERAL SKILLED In A Class By Themselves There are two lines of merchandise found only atrthis store in Stanford that have no rivals in the same line we refor to Munsing Underwear and Delaware Sleeping Garments. Spenking at Oyster Rny the other day. Cot Roosevelt said: "The Pres ident's diplomacy is worse thnn secret diplomacy. It is treacherous diplom acy. If tlier is the last lingering admiration or respect fo the crea- ture who could give utterance to such a foul assertion, this uncalled for, this lying statement ought to remove it. Jealousy of the man who is winning the war, in which he has no hand, seems to have driven this aspir ant for anotherJerm of the presidency crazy. He ought to be put in a straight jacket or imprisoned till the close of the war. Such n madman should not be permitted to run at large. The President can not afford to swap words with a foe who lying claims that no atrocities have been committed False in one, false in all, is an adage as old as the hills. The Germans are dying hard but they ne dying and will have to submit. to unconditional surrender. It is only a question of short time ami it is hoped that the President has made it so plajn that there will be no further room for quibbling. MARRY A SUFFRAGETTE In the Courier-Journal'- s ''What Would You Do With the Kaiser" column of today, the following from a PHYSICIANS BUT VIN IIEPATICA CURES nervous and reiitles I HER, Munsingwear You will find real underwear in com- Mrs. MeliMU Willnnt of Route No. Stanford gentleman appears: I would make him marry on active 2, Milton, Tuin., far years nn- - Insuffrage and advocate of woman valid, writes a mot rcmnrkHhl story force him to support his mother-in- nWor relief. She says-- : II. It. SAUFLKY law. "I was simply an invalid for years, CENT-A-WOR- D ADS unable to do anything. Everything FOR SALE SoVnrnT six good I nte would almost kill me. Was pigs. Rowan Saufley, Jr. Stanford. under treutment of several doctors for I have some early FOR SALE yellow corn for sale. Call Harry Car-te- r, a number of years, but could get no Phone 41. relief until I begn taking Vin FOR pure Timothy see Newland & nurity 95 germi- Ncwlnnd O'J.&tf, "I now eat things that I haven't 7r-t- f nation. ,1'rice right. FOR SALE Plymouth Rock Cock- - been able to eat for years. Was so Mrs. rcls, pure bred. Morrison 85-Bright, Stanford. Ky. Good condi-MrRUNAHOUTforsnle tion, rubber tired, etc. Felix sr-t- f White, Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE Pure , bred burred rock chickens, both pullets and cock-rellMrs. R. L. Albright. 8(Mp FOR SALE I have for sale 30 extra nice stock shonts. Sec mo at once. Hayen Mclieath, Hubble, Ky. a. , at all. Now I better than I have fult for yearn. and I owe it all to Vin Hepatica, I am (18 years old." , Testimony like this comes in from every quarter. Vin Hopatlcn is n truly wonderful remedy composcdiof eight of thi'v finest hcrL.il remedies known to inodicnl science. Comu in and get a bottle and try it on our recommendation. Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky.; A. J. Weddle & Son. ,,. Hustonville, Ky. '"' - rtt hardly slept, fjlol-in- je well nnd am "H .- .- t !.-- - ..lf s. Bo-l- p fort these excellent goods strong where strength is needed, elasticity where needed. With two full seasons wear costs no more than inferior goods. For women and children. shows that the government Is losing money right along in operating the railroads, millions of it. If it will kill the germ of government ownership, however, he money will not have been lost in vain. """" In endorsing Henry Ford's candidacy for U. S. Senntor from Michigan, Secretary Daniels says that naval officers of tho Unites States and foreign countries hnve pronounced the Eagle boats produced at the Ford plant in Detroit as "next to the destroyer the best weapon to exterminate the submarine." A New Jersey doctor claims to have discovered n euro for insanity. It is to extract diseased teeth, remove infected tonsils nnd clear the gastro- Intestinal tract. This treatment might euro the insnnity that they causer but wo fear that nothing can cure tho niind diseased from other causes. 1917 model With freight and passenger rates D45-Hulck touring car, like new, away above those in vogue under or will trade for Iluick roadster. I. C. p their own management, the state- Livingston, Stanford, No. 3. ment for August, just made public, FOR RENT A furnished bed 80-2- FOR SALE A late V- - Flannelette Gowns These gowns are made of good quality outing and the stitching and fullness will please the most critical. Severance & Son THE INTERIOR JOURNAL $1,50 A YEARI have already decided that nature best and will let it take, its course and stop trying to be blondes when bom brunettes. knows Peroxide of hydrogen is so scarce nnd so high that homo made bWndes will soon disappear. In fact many room, or three rooms for light house keening, furnished or unfurnished. 85-t- f McClary, Stanford, Ky. STRAYED From my place two shouts, that will weigh about 85 pounds, one red the other spotted. K. 83-t- f T. Pence, Jr.. Stanford, Ky. ESTRAY A steer, two years old, came to my place Sept. 23, Owner can get Bamo by paying for his keep und this ud. C. uenucr, Junction City, Ky, TAXES Six per .cent, penalty will bo added to your city taxes if they are not paid before Nov 1st. licttcr settle now. George T. Wood, 85-f city tax collector. FURNITURE. Mattings. Druggets, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shndcs, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures, Stoves W. A. Trlbble, Stanford. FOR RENT My three-stor- y brick hotel at Liberty. Electric lights and steam heat. Livery barn with hotel, if preferred. Possession at once. Or will trade hotel for real estate, Frank p Dell, Liberty, Ky. FOR SALE I have 40 shurcs of stock in the Dank of Morelund that I offer for sale at book valuo. Will jmjH ull or any part. I will also sell lONthares of stock of tho Rational Uan of Hustonville ut book value. Al:q I have for tnlo a beautiful Jersey heifer, Duroc sow nnd four pretty shouts, two steer calves one black muly and the other red. , See, write or phone me. U. J--p B. King-- Morelund, Ky. 80-8- p 1 84-4- !. III II ' fcrw If you buy any clothes this fall be sure you get the best quality. fabrics are "best" now as ever and good tailoring is important and valuable as ever. Our clothes come in fine workmanship and good models. We are prepared to fit all sorts of figures men of odd sizes, stout, very tall, very short, as well as regular sizes. All-wool ROBINSONS, ii i i STANFORD i iiiii r ii i iii fa-- f liMitntwavttrfaww hii-jm- i. &? 'sr&w utaKom. " 33srjwsas: IfeJL. . ?' AV .f "'fK(if.;-"'- j v ,.. rfrf V ;? The .Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Oct. 25, 1918 Page Five It a "liti-rjNflF"W6 Jty-Walk- tr, r edl . t tDrepa,8Sccondi-CoraIiDoom- Cms Vfhtn ynu nlmonf die with your hofi on and corns make you lmoit wslk sldttrnyii to get away from tha pain, tnko n vatntlon for a minute or two and apply 2 of 3 drops WITH THE CHURCHES The new Mchodist church will he ready for the furniture to be moved In next week nnd If the flu quarantine i lifted by that time the dcdl- cnlory scrvlrc will be held Nov .1. Dr II C. Morrison Is engaged for Hint occasion. I $108,850 IS Till: TOTAL SUBSCRIPTIONS OF THE CUSTOMERS OF THE FIRST NATIONAL HANK TO THE FOURTH LIIIERTY LOAN. THE HAS BEEN ENTIRE AMOUNT PAID FOR IN CASH BY THIS BANK. fr ii Mr Corn, corn-prel- fctl Cl-- Off. With 'Cu-li'"- ! gen-uini" U" r Through Hughes & MiCarty. Stanford renl eitntc men, clever J M Mc CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $90,000 Grnw, of Boyle county, ha purchased DEPOSITS AFTER PAYING TOR the rich bottom fnrm of 210 aires of V THE BONDS 3947l02. Q. II. .lone in Casey county This is snid to be one of the ery best farms in the county, exceedingly fertile nnd well improved. The price .tni.. paid foe same is $21,000 nnd those whd know say it is worth every doled as the world's bejt corn remedy Misses Lottie and Annell Carson by PF.RSONAL AND SOCIAL lar of it nnd then some. The Penny Drue Store. Mrs. Wnltcr Forsythe un.l three are up after severe cases of "fin." ROOM READY ATTENTION BAPTISTS children are" down with influenza . Roger Hick, of Hustonville, who Our room for all war relief organihas been very ill, wasjjome better this very ill hut in All members of the Missionary SoShe has been is now ready. '" am rrtoniing.Gertrude Wilkinon ho re zations in Myers House invited to ue ciety who have not sent in their ofAll organizations are Mis fering for State Missions are asked V. V. Anderson nnd wifu Rev. this room nnd put their desks there. to send it to .Mrs. A. B. Florence ' or fcave moveil up from I'ulaaki county turned from a visit to Mrs. Jack If any one has a rug, drugget, or Mrs. K. C. Walton by Monday snd locatpdl in th northenstern por- Casey at Iincater, chair to donate the use of please W. G Withers, wlfo has been worktion of the city. ing at Cump Knox for several weeks, send to this room at once. Lincoln ,I enn't possibly tret along without County Red Cross Chapter. NO REPAIRINC FOR A WEEK Is at home recuperating. your paper," write O. J. Catron from On Mrs. Elizabeth Allen and Mr. In an abstract of the roports of of mynccount of the illness of several Hampton, Iowa, ai h encloses money family and assistants, I will Charles Fisher, of Cincinnati, arc Kentucky banks nnd trust companies not be able to make repairs on cars to pay him to Oct. 1919. guests of Mrs. II. J. McRobcrts. In my garage for the next week, but for certain periods, Bank CommisMr. J.,W. Sampson hn received a Powell Withers ha accepted a po sioner Speer shows i win continue to sell an incre-isof oils. II. C. Anderson, irnn no nn, card waving that his son, Robert V, sition with Phillips & Phillip until nearly Anderson GaS'JO.OOO.OOO in bank resources rage, Bast Main Sampson, ha arrived safely oversea. school opens anil then will be with street. Stnnfor.I. This makes two son that he ha over them on Saturdays. there. Mrs. II, II. Hutrmun. Miss Kntc Mr. G. M. Henderson, the I. J.'s Hutrmnn and Mm. Margaret Davis and Mis Anna Knthenne Davi are Klant friend from the Paint I.ick of Garrard, was a caller Wednes- all inllucnin sulTercr. Judge W. M. Myers and Jlr. Nathan day. He wa en route to Casey on Hicks, of Hustonville, were callers till sine.. Thi office had a pleasant call thi morning. "Things look good poThursday from Mrs. M. F,. K'ibrnks litically in our end," they both said. Four children f Mr. and Mrs. .1. and hor pretty little daughter. Mlcr Willie Vernell F.ubnnks, r( the T.illlankenship are down with "llu," Mrs. Blankenhip i hardly able to - Wnyne.sburg section of the Mr. J. B. Carter, n splendid tool- be up, having been sick for a week or ing member of the LovlnUmn's -- row, more. was here test of the week, tin guest Mr. K. T. Pence, Jr.. I very ill .of Ml Kllmhetli Taylor. Mr. Car-tcr- 's with pneumonia, following n cms of 5j--r...home 1 at Wllliamstawn. The Inlluenin. Mr. Fence ami son, who Leviathan, it will lie remembered is are "llu" SMtferera, are somewhat the old Fatherland. bettor. Dr. J. A. Trtle and family, of Dr. .1 G. Carpenter, who volun Nicholnsville, spent Friday here with teered his service to hi country their old friend who were delighted time ago. ha been commioaioned. to have them in their midt again. to report for duty in .the medical The doctor is very nmrli pleased with corn soon. hi new home nnd pastorate and says Mr. J. T. Wells and family have moved back to Crab Orchard from Nicholasville is a fine town. Ml Lee Hobbitt, of Lincoln coun- Denver, Col., where they went for ty, spent Monday here the guest of the benefit of Mrs. Wells' health. Mr. Tom Gentry on Lexington ave- The changv did not prove beneficial. Col. George W. Thomas, of Somernue. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress are spending a few days in Georgetown set, wa a caller the other afternoon. with friend. Mr. Will. Penny, of He sas that the section of the coun ' Kanat in the guest of her sister, try he travels through is all right Mrs. Robert Lytic, on Lexington ave- for Gov. Stanley for Senator nnd the democratic nominees for Congress. nue. Danville Advocate. Judge W. B. Viinion writes that Mrs. John Owsley Ileid and son ' hi home town of Asheville, N. C, left Thursday afternoon to join the went over the top the first three days husband and father at Minneapolis. Russell McBcc is at home from in the Liberty I.oan Drive just ended. The quota was n million and a Camp Buell, Lexington. James whu is also at that camp, is ill half dollars. The couty went over in the next five days ami the city and of Influenza. county sold $600,000 more thnn the Mr. C. M. Back, of Hustonville, If anyone thinks there iano competition amongst quota. He is very was here Wednesday. the big packers he ought to go through a day's A splendid picture of Stith Noe warm for Gov. Stanley for Senator work with Swift & Company. apepared in the Omaha, Neb., Sunday anil predicts his election by a good Bee the other day. He is a member majority. ''I am for him first because Let him begin at the pens when the live stock f the Fort Omaha Ilalloo.n School he is a democrat and secondly because comes in; let him try to buy a nice bunch of fat Foot Ball team and that organization he had enough judgment and back-bosteers quietly and at his own price without somelias had such success this year that body's bidding against him. to veto the bill against the the Bee printed n big picture of the teaching of the German language. Let him realize the scrupulous care talaenat the whole club, of which "Sith." as his We would have been in,a pretty tix plant that not one thing is lost or wasted in order friends back home call him, is one of had we brought our children up in that costs may be held to a minimum. the stars. ignorance of the language spoken by Let him go up into the office; where market Col. John B. Dinwiddle has rented the worst enemies we have on earth,'' a reports are coming in, and reports of what other of Miss Kllen Ballou her home on he said. concerns are doing. Danville avenue and will move his Let him watch the director of the Swift RefrigCA,RD OF THANKS family to it from Morelund about erator fleet, maneuvering it over the face of the We desire to thank our neighbors Dec. 1st. Dr. Pennington, who now country like a fleet of battleships at sea. occupies the residence, will move to and others who were so kind to us in Let him take a trip with a Swift & 'Company the place on Bast Main now the home the sickness and death of our dear salesman and try to sell a few orders of meat. f Chief of Police George T. Wood little daughter who has been taken Let him stay at a branch house for an hour and family. Col. Dinwiddle und fam- from us. We shall never forget their or two and see the retail meat dealers drive their Mr. nnd ily will receive u warm welcome many deeds of kindness. bargains to the last penny as they shop around Mrs. Fred Ilnumunn. kere. among the packers' branch houses, the wholesale t t t !! dealers, and the local packing plants. And then, when the day is over, let him have half an hour in the occounting department, where he can see for himself on what small profits the business is done. (Less than 4 cents on each dollar of sales.) If he still thinks there is no competition in the meat business it will be because he wants to think so. .. ... . of the worM magic and only " Tlifn, "OMs-I- t nn! then onlv, will you tie stiro that yeuir curji will loosen from your ton r Hint you can peel It rlcht off plnrloiinly rnsy with your Angers. Tske no clinnccs of continued pnln mill sorenrt why use grfasy, Irritating calve, plaster Hint shift nnrt prtss Into the "oulck," raiors anil iIlRKtrs" that mako corn hletcl etui nlso grow faster' t'sr" painless, rny, always sure "Clets-I- t There's only one like It n the world that's "net-It- " Million have tried and O. KM It for years It never falls, "(let. It." the guaranteed, money. Imck the inht)iurc nut. eotltitu trifle M liny ilnnr More. M Tilliy K. Uiwriiicii A Co.. Ohtcwro. Ill Sold in Stanford and recommendr, The Methodist church Is planning an eery member cnnvas of its mem-- j hershin for next Slimlnv nftornnnn The henlth authorities hnve g.ven j permision for this n it will cause no l.trer- gatherings. Member who are engaged for the ran,i- - will, ple.w stay at home, or where the may be found. Th pipe nrjmn i complete and Mr Pib her, who b been here for iJ) seven! days (riving R the final nd- - J rjjl lUstni. nN and timing, pronoiirrr )f entirilv mi to date ami .itita, inn Th'M who have heard hfs skillful per M fnriiiiinie upin the instrurr.'nt Hn greatly pleased with its tone and mu sical posflihllitic. - Look Out For nt . The "Flu" Every man, woman and child should eliminate, so far ns possible, nil chances of contracting this terrible disease. A warm body and dry feet nre essential to good health. This is the kind of weather you should be most careful. Fall rains have just called on you to lay aside the old shoes you have worn all summer and replace them with a new pair, for the protection of your health. -- ' f M'GRAW Bi.'Vi, ; ....-- ? FARM '' NOl ; MEN'S WORK SHOES $3, $3.50, $4, $4.50, $5 and $5.50 In every color that work shoes are made Black, brown, green, tan and pearl. Single or double sole, nailed or sewed bottoms, wing tip, cap or plain toe. These are as good leather shoes as can be had. Sizes 6 to 13. sec-lio- n eo-tnl- vtmvmmmmbrZ ' MEN'S DRESS SHOES $3, $3.50, $4, $5 and up to $10 If you want a pair of dress shoes, to look a little better and wear a little longer and want a larger assortment to select from, theji you must come to us, for a pair of Eclipse, Dunlap, W. L. Dquglas, or Florslieim Shoes, in the season's newest styles and leathers. Dunlap V Mc-Bc- e, Do You Think There is No Competition? hi V nt LADIES' AND MISSES' SHOES $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4 and up to $10 If there is any line in our store that we have a right to be proud of, it is our Ladies' and Misses' Queen Quality Shoes. We are showing all the new shades, brown, mahogany, grey, pearl, taupe, champagne and black, in every style imaginable. We have at this time for your inspection the largest line of shoes for Men, Women and Children ever shown in this town. Remember the three day returning privilege on all merchandise. No goods can be exchanged or returned after three days, by order of U. S. Government. Your Prescriptions Receive Prompt Attention At Vl Swift & Company, U. S. A. Phillips & Phillips Stanford's Biggest Store The Penny. Drug Store titlMIII'IHII' :fe -1 V, w. A '. . Page Si The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Oct, 25, 9! ft 1 . '. . v H p WRIGLEYS We a; 101V1 fws Nothing else really matters until we do! -" iar Tf." aagMcgw re 2?e patient here Our ifoys are getting WRIGLEYS over there! A new building program to provide ten additional superdrcadnoughts, six battle cruisers and 140 smaller vessels at a cost of (600,000,000 was urged on Congress by Secretary Daniels. al President Wilson, as Qommander of the United States Army awarded the distinguished service medal to Marshals Foch, Joffre and Haig and Gens. I'etain, Diaz, Gillian and Pershing. Dunlap Shoes For Men A Step Foward in Quality, $6.00, $7.00, $7.50. W. E. PERKINS CRAB For Infant! and ChlMrf. of the Harris Creek hoys to give his he following described property: life for his country. His ngc was 27 NICE YOUNG MARE years, and In his last letters home GOOD YOUNG JERSEY COW, told the glad news thnt he was trusting In his Savior for his only hopes, BUGGY AND HARNESS. and for the Lord's will, nnd not his. SOME FARMING IMPLEMENTS, It was certainly n sad time when the ii r.ntirn.-- .t PEIt GENX KITCHEN AND HOUSEHOLD g news reached his dear AViJr!aMi!lVcflafHolfA FURNITURE, ETC. father and mother. Everybody has :m;ii:...i taIoel bvPfl5t- - a -- . am".. a sad.look on their fnces for the dear btln$thcStwdMUoHT3AQi.1,. Terms made known on day of sale hoy that is gone. James T. Thornami wns loved MRS. GALEN ROGERS ton had many friends Ii thereby PromotiniiIWc bjr everybody, and especially his comCrab Orchard, Kjr. rades In the camps. He was called the I aiccrrulncjsanaiicsu n noithM- comforter by those who were downAgainst the desperate resistance of Minral.NoTNAHCoTicJ hearted nnd sad. Wo all regret the vsm m loss of his dear life, hut it was given the enemy, tho troops under Gen. jiarouDessxximm Hnlg have fought their way to the for a great cause. I MtSrtm outskirts of the town of ValenIn life we loved you dearly, P5BJ ciennes. The fall of this key post- -' In death we do the same, tion now is believed to be imminent. We often sit and think of you Besides this attack the British have wish you were here again. i'icS And tUnMSff (r reached the Scheldt south of Tour-nn- l. We think of you in silence, troops north of Lnnn French t .tnfiiinemedvfbf No eyes can sec us weep, have enptured Chalandry and Grnnd-luBut many a silent tear we shed Ctccho-Slovnkfighting with I nndFcwrlshncsswul f When others are nslcep. the French, hnve captured the vil LOSS Or-Just one sad year has passed rcMiltlnlttfrcfTOrtMnlnrancy Since we snw our dear friend las', lage of Tcrron. Elsewhere on the of western front the Germans arc stif Hut the memory is as dear today fftC Simile Sijnatarr fening their lines. As the hour he went away. (ZfiW&M Once again we hope to meet him, DR. JACKSON OFF TO WAR lBtGnTAWc,w,rfc 1 Re When the day of life Is over; Dr. John D. Jackson this morning Then in Heaven we hope to greet Mm Where no farewell tears are hed. received notice from the War DepartThe blow was hard, the shock severe ment announcing that he had been We little thought the end so near. commissioned n captain in the Medical Corps of the United States Army Only those thnt love can tell The pain of saying the last fare- and requesting his immediate acceptExact Copy of Wrapper. ance by wire. He is directed to first A FIUKND. well. report at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., then to Camp Greenleaf, (5a., for service. DRAW A MOIST CIRLS1 Gov. Stanley was the close friend The Louisville republican orgam Advocate. CLOTH THROUGH HAIR, of our beloved OIIe James, and in is trying to elect Bruncr by publishBEAUTY ITS DOUBLE The death of Mr. Alvin Curtslngcr, fullest sympathy with his support of ing n scries of home manufactured Hair geti thlclc, glotty, which occurred at the Danville nnd the President. His election n.surcs articles from out in the stato, head Try thi! Boyle County Hospital at 5 o'clock a continuance ot tne great iorx lines telling how democrats are fullwavy anil beautiful Failure ing 'iver themselves in their desire Inst Sunday morning, brought sorrow Senator James was doing. at once. to not only members of his Immediate to elect Stanley would dishonor the to vote for him. Such rot might cut Immediate? Yos! Certain? that's family and near relatives, but a wide memory' of his friend, be nn affront some figure with thoso who want to debe on the winning side, but sensible the joy of it. Your hair becomes circle of friends, says the Danville to the President and a source of people are on to the played-ou- t light to the kuiscr and his ap Messenger. lieht. wavy, fluffy, abundant and game. Reports that come to headpear as soft, lustrous and benutiful quarters in Louisville indicate that Surtaxes on individual net ingirl's after a Dandenne as a young comes below $100,000 would be lowA vote for Gov. Stanley for Sena Bruncr has no more chance of elechair cleanse. Just try this moisten ered and those on incomes in excess tor will be n vote of confidence in tion than the kaiser has to continue a cloth with a little Dandcrinc and carefully draw it through your hair, of that amount raised under an President Wilson, n token of respect to fool his servile subjects and notaking one small strand nt a time. nmendment to the War Kcvcnue Bill for our beloved Ollie James and n where is this better known than in adopted by the Senate Finance slap in the face of German the falsehood factory of this foolish This will cler.nse the hnir of dust, dirt fourflushcr. moor excessive oil, and in just a few ments you have doubled the beauty of A delightful surprise your hair. awaits those whose hair has been neg lected or is scraggy, faded, dry, brit tle or thin. Besides beautifying the hair, Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invicorntes the scalp, forever stopping itching and falling hair, but what will please you most will be after a few weeks' use, when you see -- OFnew hair fine and down ynt first growing yes but really new hair all over the scalp. If you caro for pretty, soft hair, and lots of it, suress ly get a small bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter for a few cents. heart-breakin- IN MEMORY OF JAS. THORNTON Mr. James T. Thornton, son of Mr, and Mrs. John Thornton, of Harris I will sell at public auction at my Creek, Ky was killed In action In home in Crab Orchard, beginning at France, ScpU 28, 1918, and the sad 1 o'clock, on news did not reach his home until Oct. 17, 1018. Ho was the first one SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOV. 2 PUBLIC SALE M raatnHlSTIuldl CASTORIA Mothers Know That Genuine Castor Always - !v 13112 f- Signature of Onlnm-MoroNs- c aa.t j m K Jfv In p. Use a' For Over J Thirty Years CASTORIA PUBLIC SALE Blue-Gra- Farm 106 Acres ORCHARD, KENTUCKY WILL BRING DEAD HOME All the American dead in France will be taken home after the war, cording to orders received by the ic And Personal Property INCLUDING Marvelous Seed Wheat We have a supply of extra good Marvelous seed wheat. Have run it over our cleaners twice. Tests 6 lbs. to the bushel. All from one crop. This wheat yielded 35 bu. to the acre. The best wheat we received this season was the Marvelous. Price $2.50 per bu. 1 army chaplains. The grace rcgistra-tio- n bureau has been working with this in view, but nothing definite re garding the future disposition of the dead was known here until 'ns'mc-tion- ? came to the chaplains from Washington. A Man' Cheerful Recommendation W. H. Frenr. (53 Mvrtle Ave.. Al- banv, N. Y., writes: "I thought might bo the cause of my Min.ilniun rnnflitinn nml wpnkncss. SO I took Foley Kidney Pills, nnd they l cnecriuny rrcum-men- d ilia tne worK. Stock, Crops and Farming Implements At 10 o'clock, A. M., At Farm them." They relievo lame back, rheumatic nains. stiff joints, sore mus cles. Sold everywhere. Wednesday, Nov. 6th On the above date I will sell to the highest and best bidder my farm known as the W. O. Watts farm near Maywood, containing 106 acres, mostly in blue grass and meadow. The improvements dwelling house, and good outbuildings, a consist of a good cellar and cistern, a splendid stock barn, with silo attached. The farm is well fenced and watered, three good springs furnish abundant water. Also a nice young orchard on this farm. This land lays well, neary every foot of this farm is capable of cultivation. The personalty consists of 5 nice hogs, 4 yearling cattle, and 3 registered Jersey milk cows, and 3 calves from same subject to register, 3 good buggy and work horses, also 00 shocks of corn, and about 3,000 pounds loose hay in barn, and about ,000 sticks of tobacco in barn. All necessary farming implements, including one e wagon, cutting harrow, smoothing harrow, cultibuggy, vators and plows, and necessary work harness and buggy harness, one McCormack binder in good running order and many other things too numerous to mention. TERMS Liberal and made known on day of sale. five-room 1 1 1 1 1 J. H. Baughman & Co. President Wilson saved Bruges. This wns the statement made to Wal ter Duranty by the Town Clerk. It was echoed by the inhabitants of the town. They declared thnt the answer to the German peaec note was the cause of the German evacuation. Tho buildings of the city were found intact by the Allies nnd the art treasures uninjured. It Is Worth Money MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co., Chicago. 111.. 9K!tK Rhnmplil Ave Cut ThU Out nnV'T TREES! TREES! WE GKOW A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT AND SHABE TRUES, SHRUBS VINES, ROSES, PERENNIALS, EVER. CRNS, ASPARAGUS In fact "Erorjthinj for Orchard, Lawn and Garden." FREE CATALOG. writing your name and address clear ly. You will receive in return a inai package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and croup. Foley Kidney Pills nnd Folov Cathartic Tablets. Sold every where. Stockholders of the Louisville Wnrehouso Company will vote Nov. 4 on a plan to dissolve the company by liquidation of ita assets. The meeting has been culled by n majority of tho directors. The plan is opposed by tho president and a minority. Representatives of CG.OUO.OOO oppressed people of Central Europe will meet nt Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Friday and Saturduy to draft u joint declaration of Independence and to denounce their Teutonic rulers. two-hors- H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons I" tt LEXINGTON, KY. (No Agentt.) Arthur C. Hill, Stanford, Ky. COL JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. .I A.f i 4 'j ' . T fc. pWfyHillluMi - :- - (MKH ' 11 ' ") V . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Oct. 25, 1918 "Vor six years Syrup Pepsin zve have used Dr. Caldwell's in our family and feel xve Page Seven P-- JLI , eauld tint possibly do letliwut it, cspeiiatty for tiir children; (Itoiu a letter to Dr. Caldwell written by Mrs. Earl Cuwcll, Cement City, Mich.) Gates Half Soles Try them and bo convinced Ihol you can mr.ko your old tiro a new one, by having u half olc It with the famous CXTES y SOLE. It wll run you 3,600 miles without a puncture. Thcso are a few of the prices at tho present: , t HALF h -- SALTONE New Saltone Received. Nothing Bet- ter for Your Hogs. Try It W. H. HIGGINS, ...)...... -) .. Children become constipated as readily ... 30x3 30x3 NWM. $10.50 ft .... . . 81x3ft '32x3 ft ..... ....a........ wt MMttMM.UMIH I......... ...... . nMIWi .w(awniwiiiwitiwM 34x3ft ,31x4 32x4 33x4 .. MM 12.70 ... 13.45 ... 14.75 1C.40 ... ..." 19.75 . 20.10 ... 20.95 ... 21.30 ... do their ciders, and the result is equally distressing. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is ideal for children hucause of its pleasant taste, positive, yet gentle, action, and its freedom front as -- Stanford, Ky. f If Igl t , ......... ,! opiates and narcotic drugs. '! Drlnc us your old tire and let us make it new. Syrup Pepsin The Perfect DR. CALDWKLL'S Laxative USED AUTOMOBILES Now is the time to Buy and Save Money. We Guarantee Every Car we sell. The Inernational Rubber Sales Co. DANVILLE, J. C. II. MASTERS, Local Agent. KY. A Sold by Druggists Everywhere 50 cts. DR. II. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. () $1.00 1918 Buick Roadster, TRIAL BOTtLC CAM DC OBTAINCO. MEC Of CHARGE. BY WRITING TO W. B. CALOWCLU 439 WASHINGTON StltET. MONtlCCLLO, ILLINOIS mini The Price Is Soon For- gotten Quality Is A Sticker When you have bought the John Deere line you have bought the best. Come in and let tin show you. $75 Slat Bottom Stan Sulky Plows John Deere Two-wa- y Plows ....$120 Slat Hottom John Deere $150 John Deere 10-- 7 Van Hriint Drill (complete) $65 0 Disc Hnrrow with Fore Truck John Deere $90 Ctiltipackers Dunham $70 Soil Pulverizers DiinltHin's 11-in11-in- HAD TO PAY WAR TAX SHOWED THE DAME After the fair money hnd about all Mim Hoki was a settlement worker nml tne day jdic cnllcd nt the home been paid to the stockholders, the of the Thompsons. She found no one lecretary was informed that a war tax nt home hut n lienutiful jrirl of about f SIH. 80 had to be paid, nnd as Uncle Sam does not wnit very 12 nnd n smaller hrother. After talk-inafter he snvs the word, the with the little mother n few secretary paid the money. If each she said: stockholder will hand the aforesaid "And does your little brother help secretary or the president, Mr. B. W. cents. What does he do all tilvens, the small sum or ntty wiped you at nil? he little indebtedness enn be day!" out in a jilfv. A few have nlrendy The little tfirl cave her youncor paid. Let others do so at once. The $10 invested brought ench stockbrother n proud glance, nnd said: $r.G5 clear profit. He cerkid, smoke a cigarette for de holder will "Say, tainly not hesitate to pay 50 Inily, and swallow de stub!" cents of it to the good cnuse to which it has been applied. mo-nent- s, i $1,150.00 1915 Buick, 5 Passenger, 550.00 1916 Oakland, 5 Passenger, 625.00 1916 Overland, 5 Passenger, 600.00 Three 1917 Fords-$4- 00, $425, $450. SEE US AT ONCE The Danville Buick Co. DANVILLE, L. B. CONN, Prop. KENTUCKY Walnut Street, Phone. 798 THIS HAPPENED BEFORE 10-1- ot ot AMERICA COT IN A wife whose husband is in active service recently presented him with She wrote to n bouncimr baby boy. ask him when he should (jet leave, nnd also when the war would be over. His reply was as follows: 'Dear I.ucy: I don't iiow when I shall net leave or when the war will be over, but if the baby should be called up before I get leave, Kive him i our n parcel to brine; out to me. lovinir husband, Bill." -Tid-Hit- Don't You Need One Now? Indigestion, biliousness, bad breath, gas, congestion or any condition arm ing from n mass of undigested food in the stomach needs immedatc atten Foley Cathartic Tablets are tion mild and gentle, but sure in action. Cnuse no griping, pain or nausea. Cleanse bowels, sweeten stomach, and tone up liver. Sold everywhere. Vl.lllTTT''-- ' STANFORD. KY. return mail. MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY Bird dog, 15 months Now located in Myer House Flats, FOR SALK Dept. X, 2007 S. 5th St. Two Doors West of First old: good stock. J. II. Livingston, PHILADELPHIA, PA. National Bank. lp Stanford. R. F. D. No. 1. WE BUY Watches, Clocks, JewelOLD FALSE TEETH ry and Spectacles We pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per Repaired by 'et (broken or not). Wo alo pay value for Diamonds, old Gold, Bridgework. Send at ROBERT FENZEL Silver and post and receive cashonce by by parcel nc-tu- al M John B. Riffe, Hustonville "- - - -- - A Few Choice Farms and Desirable Town Properties Stnpprd Her Baby'a Cough No remedy is better known than Foley's llonev nnd Tar for Rivlnp iuick relief from couchs, colds rnd croup. !r W. XI. 3tevens, Viian, W Vn., writes: "Mv bnbv had a terrible couch nnd nothinir did h!m any ..r..l l roml nlinnt Kolpv's llonev s.i.l Tnr tVin lirnt ilnsp helncil him nnd in two clays the couch stepped." Sold everywhere. NATURE.FAKING Wand teacher was recount inp the story of Bed Kidinp Hood. After ilescribniK the woods and the wild animals that flourished therein, she added: "Suddenly Bed Bidinc Hood heard a Treat noise. She turned about, and what do vou suppose she saw stand inir there, Kiuine; at her nnd showing all it sharp, white teeth? "Teddy Roosevelt!" voluntcred one of tho liovs. New York Tribune. A Lonir Lilv kJrJLH LAND, STOCK AND CROP Having decided to dispose of my place, known as the Drakes Creek Farm, or the George Evans place, on the Crab Orchard and Lancaster pike, 2 miles from Crab Orchard, will sell it to the highest bidder, beginning at 10:30 A. M., 1 For Sale SEE US & Owens Dinwiddie Hustonville Moreland and CARLOAD OF Thursday, November 7th, 1918 No richer land anywhere. Tract No. 2 has 62 acres, all in grass. Fine stock water, good building site, but no improvements. Tract No. 3. is the home place. On it is the splendid residence of eight rooms, two halls, porches, stock barn with room for 75 head of stock and room for feed to winter them. Cistern at door of residence. Double cribs that will hold 400 barrels of corn, garage and buggy house, combined. Hen house and concrete cellar. The place contains 43 acres of excellent land, principally level and very fertile. There are just a few acres of waste land. It will grow corn, hemp, tobacco or any other crop grown in Kentucky and will grow as much or more per acre. This place must be seen to be thoroughly appreciated. The farm will first be sold in three tracts and then as a whole and the way bringing the most money will be chosen. At the same time and place I will sell 200 barrels of No. corn in 0 and 20 barrel lots. About ten tons of No. clover hay, 400 shocks of fodder, one pair of work mules, one seven and the other eight years, 6 mules, hands and fine workers; one pair of 15 hands, fine workers. Some nice mule colts. A number of cattle and a big at the same time. Terms on the lot of farming tools will also tosuit the purchaser. Lunch land will be liberal and will will be served on the grounds. The home is close to graded school, churches, being only 2 The neighborhood is an miles from the town of Crab Orchard. ideal one and taking everything into consideration, the farm is a rare one. Persons desiring to look over the place are invited to come and do so. Prospective buyers will be shown by the undersigned. 1 SEE HERE! Do You Want Your Kidneyt Expert' merited On? The place will be divided into three tracts. Tract No. contains 15 acres of splendid level, fertile land. I Old Hickory Wagons JUST RECEIVED E. T. Pence, Jr., LISTEN TO THIS Wouldn't you like to live in the midit of good churchei, good ichool, good people and hade? If so tee TV I Stanford To the Public: I rrprc Iht lsrf.it snd btsl mtdt t orirr clothlnf boat In Ihls fOuDtrr r. VHf an4 Ce.. Ckletgn, IU. Mr tw Bi txrl.net la mrsiurinf snd dirtln ths mtk lug of jour clotbrs, flr.s m th. adtsnttff oT.r ant who It not prsttlrsl tailor, K yon will (It mo your ord.r. I will promts. ,ou squsr. dial. Tou will irt tbt worth ol your aontr, either In lb cnr.ptit grsdts or Ibt iljklfbtr print. SPRING AND SUMMER Unr ol ttmplri It now r.sdj f.r jour In iptftlon. Call now and let m ibow joa - B. L. FAGALY a- - IV AT STANFORD. KENTUCKY He Has a Nice Home For You. AUCTIONEERING I can net you Highest prices lor your Und, stock, crops or household goods. Sales Cried Anywhe JOHN B. DINWIDDIE. Mor.Und. H. C. RUPLEYsk Danville Business School A Practical Business Education Ab. tolutely Necessary To At- sura Succeai. The Danville Business A. B. C. Dinwiddie School G'ves This .Undertaker find Funeral For Catalogue and Information Ad. dren Director D. B. HARRIS, Principal. Danville, Ky. Junction City, Kentucky Kidney troubles nre Kcttinir more every day. Government health bureau figures say deaths from this cause are 72 Cr more than 20 years njjo. Anybody who suffers constant b.icknche, who feels blue, nervous and irritnble; who has dizzy spells, disorders headache nnd urinary should suspect kidney weakness. Over worked kidneys must have a rest. Tnke thincs easier; live more care fully. Tuke a Rood kidney remedy to build the kidneys up nunin. But bo sure to Ret Donn's Kidney Pills the oldest, the, most widely used, the best recommended of all kidney pills, now In use nil over the Don't experiment civilized world. with your kidneys. Thousands have alrendy tested Donn's. You have their experience to to by. Plenty of cases right licre in Stanford. Hero's one: Mrs. S. E. Owsley, R. No. t, says: "I had severe pnins in my back nnd my limbs ached and were badly swoll en. My kidneys throbbed nnd ached and were sore. My head also ached and I had dizzy spells and my hips were so sore and painful that they caused me a great deal of nnnovance I used all sorts of remedies with lit tie benefit. Three boxes of Doan's Kidnoy Pills put me In good shape nnd the aches and pains left me " Price COc, nt ull dealers. Don't simply ask for n kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Foster-MilbuMrs. Owsley had. Co., Mfgrs., Buffnlo, N. Y. common rn 1 1 I 1 four-year-o- ld be-sol- d be-ma- de J. B. HUTCHINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Or inquire of J. L. Hutchins, Danville, Ky. R. F. D. No. 2, Let the I. J. supply you with en graved cards. WWIti. J. .' v if ' t u i ' T "f rw.wit 4 ' I I I . . "' sm IWll.nV. lt !! llltl SPECIAL ON I ... ',. ,.. r1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, 'Oct 25, I $ I & f u t , . " - -'- J . u. 4 r2 f W -- ' "VST'' - TT IIHII III I II llll I Children's Underwear 25c Apiece ' The Bargain Store i' Salem & Salem ,,. -- .... ., t ....... . gi.li.. ,. .....0.. ... Ship Your ProduceTo Us J. W. STAPLETON, President nd General Manager. C. W. CRACRAFT, Secretary. l 51 A. D. COATES COMPANY COMMISSION MERCHANTS WALNUT STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO. HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE Our Specialties Are 1 EGGS AND RABBITS SEND US YOUR TURKEYS FOR CHRISTMAS Coops and Egg Cases Furnished FREE to Our Shippers. WRITE USFOR PRICES. W. R. GOTT, formerly of Lancaster, U with us. OUR REFERENCE: Pearl Maiket Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio. U. 5. Food Administration License No. .... .. ..........-...-- - .... TARCEL SERVICE. The Ked Cross has been entrusted line heap. with nn important share In n plan Cnpt. George I Toombs, of the to provido "6no Christmas parcel for HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FUU. Shell))' City section, sold the coin every Soulier oversea.'' Eneh Amcr1nn soldic)' overseas from 10 shock for $118.40, of ,.PP has received from his commnndin LINE OF SENICA CAMERAS AND per barrel. officer, one Christmas parcel label LET l US SUPPLY SUPPLIES. c Jcpthn Jett sold his. farm which he will mail home to n perYOUR NEEDS. son probnbly planning to send lilm on the Kavnnnugh pike in Mndlsop s n Christinas package. county to Sid Nolnnd nt $71,30. He Itecipionts of these labels will takrj also fold n lot of cam nt $8. them to their lociil Ked Cross chap-te- r (or branch or nuxilinry), nsk for Wilon Alexander left this morning W. for Glcnnwood, Gn,, to dispose of n n carton; fill the enrton with articles ACEY, Proprietor , . ',. not nnmeil on the enclosed list tak. J.-. d of cotton mules he nnd A. L. ing cntc to keep the total weight un- Kankin have shipped there.. i ui'i iiiivr iiiuiiiia, i. nn iiiMiii in ,! C C McWhortor hns sold his 3.10- - carton to the Red Cross to bo impeded, wrapped, welched and left for aero farm near I'nlnt Lick to CInrk mailing, with the overseas label and nnd Riddle, of Jackson county, for postntre, paid by the sender, atincnrii $50,000 and will have n bit; sale of . Thelocnl Hod Cross 1ms named Mr hnd Mrs. K U Ueinhnrt and Mr H live stock soon. J McHoberts ns a committee to have Frank P Jnmc, of Mercer, has eharce of the Christmas parcels and sold the McGnrvoy far mof 133 acres their headquarters will be in the War ndjoininir Ir T in the Shaker Ho ml, that county, to Relief Koom ollice They expect to Moreland and Guerrnnt, of Wilmore, hne theso cartons for distribution nnd Difd Harris, of Mercer, nt $115, liv Nov 1st and they must be in spected and mailed by Nov K or the Cirrus, the foreign-bre- d postofllre will refuse fo accept them. General Election, November 5, 1918 colt, by Tracery, he by Kock The cartons will be 3xJ9 nnd it will Sandr the property of Harry Payne cost If) cent to mnil eneh one. In the n of n Clinstmns parcel label Whitney, hns been sold to Snm C lost, no duplicate enn be issued. Itildreth for the reported price of This rule inn not be nltcrcd by any $25,0X10. one No carton is to contain for shipMiss Nellie Carter, aged IT., died ment ocrseas the follow inc: (1) of Spintous, vinous, malted, fermented at Lebanon Junction ('--) ' tlu." She was n daughter of Kiiri-ne- or other intoxicating liquors. containing fho runs on Poison and nil articles John R. Carter, (3) Explosives of nil kinds poison. the Greensburg branch. (I) Inflammable materials,, includ ing friction mntchesj (!) Infernal machines and mechanical, chemical or other dciccs or compositions which may ignite or explode. (Under this clnsslfUJ-itiowould come clgurtjtte lighters.) (6) Liquids or articles not packed In accordance with the re quirements of the postal laws and regulations. (7) All nrticles which may kill or in any way hurt, harm or injure another, or damage or deface For U. S. Senate For U. S. Senate or otherwise injure mnil or other To farmers in Central and Southproperty. ern Kentucky at n low rate of in Hear these facts in mind when terest. Easy and attractive payyour parcels: ments with the privilege of paying Racking should Christmns Christmas A. O. Stanley Ben L. Bruner go in n off all or any part of loan tit any Henderson, Ky. parcel which will not keep fresh from Louisville, Ky. time. the time of packing until Christmas U'e ill help you pay for all the Dried fruits and other food profarm land you wish to "buy. If ducts should be packed in small tin you are in debt or need money to or wooden boxes, to one-haretire our lien notes we would be pound size. explain. clad to Hard candy, including chocolate, would probably be safe in tin foil or For Representative in The For Representative in henvy cardboard, but no coft choc""! United States Congress United, States Congress olatc nor anything that could possibly ue crushed should he used, ns thu teDISTRICT MANAGER g contents or . the nscKnge Harvey Helm Robert L. Dovison . Farm Loan Department Union might he snoiled thereby. Stanford, Ky. Stanford, Ky. Several dninties packed in o'dong Central Life Insurance Co. tin boxes holding each n quarter of 802 Security Trust Bldg., Lex. a pound, will provide a better vnriotj In(lo.t, Kentucky. fur n packet than n larger quantity of n sinclc confection. No liquids or nrticles packed In clasdos should bo placed in the pack 167-nercar-loa- LAND. STOCK AND CROP At John A. Koblnson s sale near Silver Creek, corn sold nt $7.76 nt 3C RED CROSS CHRRITMAS m SENICA CAME&A& - Ml mtt'mtMMmm mw2mmma, s?l i'i VI "M i: . '4 The Lincoln Pharmacy The 1xal store P" Yrl Educational Ballot rl tvo-cnr-ol- d bo-In- Thi-sda- cr Long Time Loans n o lit G) .2 3 m $! Si a41 D ., lf BURT L. SIMS The ..i ..... - D D "f. Public Sale ! I will sell at public auction at my place near Peyton's Well, Friday, November 8th I Beginning at 1 0 A. M. MY FARM OF 162 ACRES I Limestone Land. The place is a part of the It is improved with a good dwelling of rooms and two porches, in good repair. There are two tenant seven houses. Good tobacco barn, 36x80 and stock barn about 50 feet square. Has all necessary outbuildings.and they are in good repair. Well watered with four never-failin- g springs. The soil is productive will produce corn, hemp, tobacco and wheat with splenand the land did results. About half of the farm is in cultivation. At the same time I will sell the following of Good Blue-Gras- s Routt and Rhodes places. 22 Mules, three of them weanlings, 2 yearlings, two pair and two pair aged mules. Good jack, 5 years old. Bay with white filly, Percheron horse, good points. Three-year-ol- d brood mare, saddle mare, Western mare, two yearling colts, 1 two-year-ol- LIVE STOCK: d For WTapplng the gifts, use n khaki inches 27 colored handkerchief, square. regulations applicable The same to Christmas parcels for soldiers overseas will be observed in the case of ccrv marine whose address is American Expeditionary Forces. Although the packages for the navy do not go forward through the American Red Cross, the following information may be useful. (n) Packages to sailors forwarded by parcel post must comply with the postal regulations and should he enclosed in substantial boxes with hinged or screw top coer to facilitate opening and inspecting. L (b) All boxes shipped by express are limited to 'JO pounds in weight, should measure not more than two cubic feet in volume, be of wood, well strapped and have n hinged or screw top to facilitate opening and inspecting. (c) All mnil matter should be addressed ns now prescribed by the postal regulations. All express packages should be forwarded in care of Sup-r- l h ' Officer, Fleet Supply Hase, street and Third avenue. South Ilrooklyn, N. Y. (Of course, the man's nnmc nnd rank should be on the package.) til) No perishable food product other than those enclosed in cans or glrss jars should be packed in parcel post or express shipments. (e) All packages must be plainly marked with the nnmc nnd address of the sender, together with a notation indicating the nature of the contents, such ns "Christmns box" or "Christmas present." (f ) The supply officer nt New York will cnuse each express package to be cnened nnd cnrefully examined to sec that nothing of nn explosives or other dangerous chnrncter is forwarded. The shipment of Christmas pack-r.fe- s for U. S. Nnvy vessels abroad should be made so as to reach New York ns enrly ns possible, and not Inter than Nov, lGth. Kvery one expecting to send u package please notify tho committer at once so they will he sure to secure enough cartons. Twen-tv-nint- cue. Extraordinary Showing of Ladies' Coats Stock right now is better than ever WOMEN'S PLUSH COATS WOMEN'S VELOUR COATS WOMEN'S BROAD CLOTH COATS WOMEN'S SCOTCH MIXTURE COATS See The Sammy Coat Women's, Misses' and Children's Special Best Velour Coat in the Country for $25 All wool, full Sal. Satin lined, swell models, all colors. We are adhering to the government order No approvals, return limit on merchandise three days. TEN BLACK HEIFERS yearlings, that will average about 400 pounds, one black bull that will weigh about 550 pounds, 60 good ewes, 0 shoats, weigh from 80 to 00 pounds. Terms made known on day of sale. DINNER ON THE GROUNDS. 1 1 CORBIN ICE PLANT BURNS Firo of unknown origin broke out n the Corbin Ice & Girbonntim; plant, completely destroying the plant and Nelson's garage together with several automobiles which were' in tho garago, Including the delivery trucks for the Ice company. The plant Is nt i,. & N, yards and was the jecelving station Jor the railroad No insurance was carried on any thing except one boiler. It was a $10,000 plant. Vr It. M. Phelps, of tho Ked House section of Madison county, has been appointed First Lieutenant in tho medical corps nnd will soon report for duty, He is a brother of Mrs. It. C. Mocker, out on Knob Lick pike. One year ago Wednesduy tho first fired by the American Expeditionary Foice in the war with Ger- H. F. MARTIN, R. F. D. 5, Stanford COL. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. SEVERANCE&S0N ) . s ihot was many. r. r r;"-- 4 '1B5M rTffi mL