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Ri I boy. rtci Messer- - Jr.. who Joined DAVIS' STORE B.SSK Marine" h WTitH h" nd sister the he is stationed lovi Robert Pe'lv still remains vory with tuberculosis. bJsland S. C. wher he rrrntnl t rvtnf motif tinjl is L.ill i Claud Oak, of Camp Sevier, S. C. at home for a few days visiting fllut h" is rmssW here ns relatives and friends. fonc oi our near noys no hitJames Lewis, or Orawfonlsville, hid., was visiting Ills mother, .Mrs. hint week. nfifi nnlrii nf Korku iiiifl Ihnit Jo If ''olfpinn.Chandler, of (larrnrd, 'haul r Hill more to be sent in. soon. nhoned to hi fatb r last week thnt .Ot rrwident. Mrr J. H. Willis, be was verv sick, but we learned he of tkanks this week ' this better .rlirCamn Zuchnry Tavlor for 55 w V'li'le A nt L. K writing. wrestling cbttitiij25 poumls of butter and with n bud ense of td was wife nre an his cake 'of ;etr, which hud been donated fc to rented him with a fine baby boy, PreherHvilln and this which he is ery proud of boju. Dogs got into O I,. Jones sheep inpnno nii'uer, woo nai nveii htitr all lii-- r lifo. hits L'onc to I.nni. Sunday night nnd killed and crippled ' viMf'to diee with h- -r brothe- -. Motis eight He killed one dog on th; made their esHarris, t Mr, Hutt, who bouxht her ground, but the cape. i Mne. has been imnrovinv: it irreatly and will move into it soon. We were The epidemic of "f'u" i all the rage very sorry to nart with Mrs. Step'r in this section. We me confident who has nlways been surh a useful thi't half of the teoidu are down' wqman and her influence for good will with ,it nt this nriiihborhood, and msver die in this vicJnitv. Her church some families nre all down its loss and her friends lose a nt one time, sympathetic coun-JJlosnee, cannble and sie Dennv wife of Klber Mrs. Thnt she will be satisfied and Denny, who is in : at.Wet i onr wi .iwrfy Point. i 'llin" nut and foini? to her Our faithful physlrians have been father, Joseph I.awson at Iledfurd l!,nj-wtmos- t run ilnwn, wauinir on piuiepis Ind l$jiVvrw.and near, respondini: to every war . iswhim she will remain until the o er. lihethor it wju liarkeil un hv a Mnrv .lebl and M note or nov a iivnuv in mkiu. Manuel, who ventured on the mm of jset with all this rooI work on their . ru.trimon-ind decided to sail on part it has been a time marked liv the go stime BemlnK neulect and selfishness. Peo- to boiivl. "'i'm forIn life vdl,irsoon .eijiiH' the ire ple have been afraid to ko to those In tlii I "in s I,iinijtnti i'liu(.'.fulAnd in distress and indeed it was uselcis they both must be happy fur thev unless they could stay and assist, so many families have had to care for sure look it. their sick when sick and weak James V Oerard former Ambasand have sadly missed the tenin a statement 'f der care of lovinir friends, because sador to Narido rulil' no ono wants the flu. Commle-nnbl the Crnb Orchard is in tfe throe of tional Cnnip'rgnnot uiulTt nd thn the sail'lcst time in Us nistorv, Not Cernnns ce svstim American even when the cholera scouritc was n refusnl "f 'he country and thnt sustain raging did the town seem half so dew'th a I'resblent W'-opressed, say those who lived here congress will convince Cermanv then. Three burials within n few merica is the "days of each other when some of our Kncournged net with belief, President. he added, b" hi bfst citizens had to ko, has rnst n the horrible Ktoom over us all. Feverv will military " itanee of the people ngain stiffen. odj seems waiting to hear who the " next victim will be. Such citizens NOTICE us Carl King and Mr. Kd. (Jnooh will n nmnv new On nccntint Kach wns willing to be sadly missed. Weber natients asdst In everything towards the up- doctor is thntnt Dr , h' will tb" font ' ti lifting of our town and were taken nnd v iM away in the midst or their usefulness, patients until Pre new ones jinsi. after by all ulm lira Tom Wells was loved sorrow that tivelv1. not take .my Dec. tf foiew her and her friends pure she could not remnin, but hersuffor-i- n Mr. Lewis Hell wade n coffln this life is ended und her intense which Lick for some at an end nnd we who knew her week pronounced Fall those lady, saw it who life are assured nil is well. A large wasbeing ns nice )y most any homeas crowd of corrowing friends followed as to tho cemetery where her remains spoke touchinglv of her made collln ever seen here. The Raptist church windows, which Kov llulrd by tho many beautiful traits of chnracter. were so badly broken all been hail rehave sympathy is extended to the de- storm recently, ones, nnd wo suppose Our voted husband and loving mother, placed by new to be postponed who to tenderly cared for her and the revival which had epidemic will be held who followed her from here to Colo-rad- o ceases to be. as soon as this in hopes she woutd recover her In their intense grief they health CARD OF THANKS consoling thought that hm-.- . tl.l Wo desire to thank every one who thnt nnrthlv ill il could do us in tho dark wu done, and they both could be near so lovingly stood by we have passed, through which urej rhu.t hour want tne parting nour. them to know wo deeply and n-nl.-ici- J. O. Weathnrfortl made a bristles " Danville Friday. . Ilir trip to John Dinwiddle, I; !v MflC MISS Cob of Morcland, k,'ft?ft severe ntli was here Friday on business. Mrs. Salliq Dunn is seriously ill. ffiKjrfmfi UP from Chances'nrp she won't recover. MPMt ni tne iepo', nore Mr. and Mm. Frna Hunn were In . fift' Tuesday fiUJpi bought ho Lexington Nunuelley on business. . Mr. Kd was in Stanfonl ome Jicrc rrom airs Wednesday afternoon ort busincs. Hornco Kiffe is here on n, visit to cCIurr and Nndlnr hrt qyt.nffain after a hnnl his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Crit RifTc. Kugcno Dunn and Frank Hunn belli anil Kdwin Now. were in Stanford Friday on business. Mr. and Mr. Frank North wwo . yfliynf sick and F.dwin in Stanford for a short time Wednes"i.y . KrKiws na nern tuner- - day. Jim Wood and children, of .Mr. nayn. wiw a severe Hf" Stanford,. were here for a short while MifWs. tvnoJt has. been ct"cd Saturday. John Hicks, who has been at home pd., iy the lllne of her for several days, left Saturday for rtms influenza. Norfolk, Vo. kKuchnn, 6f days J. C. Collier and handsome son, tending some with J. C. of Middleburg, were hero to see 'liters he i?. fwl nn ben n grtat Dr. Weber Friday. up Whisky still comes :nto town reand improves Ilia, sister. quite gardless of laws? What's the muv tter with our city fathers. Mr. and Mrs. Julius McKinney Irs. CJeorL'c lltmi moved A. Mit. their friends hre have rented rooms from. V. II, Morse I j will ri'turn here to live and are moving this week. Misses Lida and Kubv Weddle. by Hurid'a-an- d fumily, who Kdith Harnett and Ituth Fields wwe ' in Danville this week shopping. wmi reuiuvrn ncrc noi'ic Col. T, L. Carpenter has rented the jrncd to CnmpbelUville vararit jooms of Miss M. Logan, and Ir. Jaka WnllinU fnmllv w" raoifu there the llrst or November. Messrs. Crit th the flu, and Mi Mabel nnd Hon Harvey Kubanks, Doc Drye Helm were here this noil, nl iienih it uoor for ueek sbnkint' hands, with old friends. The Spunish flu has taken quite a llC1 Cummip.n. who liod avnliold fever. ir has now start and every dav new cases Two deaths here wards il nd both have been nre reported. Thursduy !Tor tome dnj-ss- . Stewart Hanson is quitu xick. of e William, who is itthe flu. Little Miss Lquise Hanson ol at Richmond. t snen.l Is able to be out ngain, her many flaw ri(K fvu Ktnt will ,v,aS closed on nccoui t of friends manybe glad to know. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. I. Uoutenberg deeply sympathize l llu, White und baby yick5 nt the home of h" with them in the loss nf their little anil .Mm. J'ate t'arnh. daughter. Rebecca, who was only ill K improving, we ure clail a few short days of pneumonia. Tho remains. were tnken to Lexington for Ciuro write to Vis homo interment. Seiveant Robert C. Childress, of In Oimu Kaleicb, N. C. lovcrcil from n severe at- - Comn Meade. Md., Joe Childress, disuenza. ami is ensrasred in patcher, of Lnujsville, (Seorge of Hamilton, Ohio, all brother n war tank. He likrs hit of ! J. W. Childress, a sistor. Mrs is satisfied. and a daughter, of hdi of Hcnnle Duke will Minnie Auden-oJicar he lz nroiTeinir flr' Mt. Vernon, came over Thursdny and spent tho dav and night with Dr. 'chosen voeatfon a ohvi. Uiuvernltv oi lxu svi le. Childress and family. Sergeant Chil-!'- '. is maV'Tg his last visit before t bricht futur for V the brains to learn, the I going oVenteas, having as it were a climb and .the nerve to fimily reunion and -bidding goodbye - wWc i'MIss Ixiwedft live Is still sick with welt lirw flu. Jess' and John Stylllman Riffo, are MAarft'Brftdh'rAd. i victim of th4 i ft ' '' JDodd Skinner is here on a brief Wner. who "ha visit to the hORwfollw'.; . ' U imPrV" - ',fUv i"' flvWFE v 4 ' JfWtPlSFT TfiiD ffiM Jl JC JvX lux ' .4 ,m No. 88. The Interior Journal, Sjtanford, Kentucky, Friday, November 1,1918 ... it M 'Ti FOUND IfUSTOVILLKN ., JVU iiT TENI-A- JTJ I l AVI X I I , tr Tuesdays and Fridays if t .. ANOTHER LIE NAILED ) The statement circulated by Dr. Bruner .and others that Governor Stanley stated in a speech at Cincinnati on March 16, 1918, that rff U.-sls- Prohibitionists were worse tyrants than the kaiser and bigger fools, is absolutely false and was immediately corrected' by the papers which published it. Congressman Alfred A. Allen and other distinguished guests who were present have also contradicted it. This false statement is made at the close of the campaign for the purpose of prejudicing Governor Stanley in the eyes of the temperance people and to secure a repudiation of Wood-roWilson at the polls. THOS. S. RHEA, Campaign Chairman. w HIM DEAD THE LATEST WAR NEWS When the good people of the Red Around Grand Pre. north ,of the, Cross went to the home of Jnmra Argonnc forest, the American have Dalton nt Rowland Tuesday to 'take materially bettered their positions.in him some soup and 'other palaUiBh; 'attacks against thd tfcrmnn; things to cat, they found him iWaiL In both Serbin and Mesopotamia lie had been ill for davs aad Allied troops are still hirassinff had been blind for many years. He the enemv. hrs- Serbian made his home with his brother, the nt the Dnni'be ncavalry distance Charles Dalton, who had left him southeast of Belgrade. sVrt Mesopo- Li about 8 o'clock In the morning. Hnm lamia the British advance i' proAdams, also of Rowland, went to the ceeded 15 miles up tle Tigris river ualton home an hour or so before lie from Bagdad. , wns found nnd Dalton wns lying on It i reported thit Turkey has in- the floor. He insisted thnt et,e '"hitfil the Allies to send thei. 1eets lied, nnd he so i mi The position T0."0.'' small detachment of troonj to he was attempting to get bed when i land a supervlse the He was 2D or .to. Turkish army. demobilization of the the end came. I years old and was n son of A report from Dalton. who is in Indiana with his London quotes theBerlin by wnv of kniscr ns telling daughter. The Daltons nre very poor people nnd the death of the poor members of the Reichstag that hols blind man wns probably as much due ready to abdicate whenever the, in to the lack of food as it was to the terests of Germany demand it. but that that time does not seem to b prevailing epidemic, influenza. the present. It is said he plain for ni grandson to succcec him. , DEATH OF L'TTLE GIRL Austrin-Hungarbadly defeated Zella Dnrbara Harnett, grandon the field of battle, her battleline daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. in twain Wren, of East Main street, died Tues- rent inside herand with chaos reigning day and was laid to rest in Buffalo for an armistice.borders, is plcnding A deputation has Cemetery at 3 o'clock Wednesday aft- crossed the fighting line to confer ernoon, after services nt the grave by with Italian lenders. Thus far her Rev. W. D. Wclburn and several songs sweetly sung by Mrs. W. A. importunities have received no betthnn Trilible. Miss Minnie Strnub, Miss ter answer of the the redoubling of crush Kthel Powell and T. I). Ranev. The the efforts warriors.Allies to than ut- 0 terly her More little girl had been a member of prisoners by the scral il , ., ltd 50,-00- -- h-- Chil-drc- i ' theldlor irs. rct adjournment of Congress until man of the Democratic National Committee, Is authority for the statethe election. Former GcrmnmSecretary of For- ment that when the National Repubeign Affairs von Kuchlmann will be lican chairman was in Kcntuclcy he one of Germany's representatives nt proposed' to put up for the campaign the peace conference, says a Iicrlln S2 for every one that the party in the newspaper. State subscribed, and A. T. Hert The upparent utter collapse of the pledged another SI. The Kentucky Austrian morale and defeat by the republican? decided to raise $40.000. Italians, which has assumed the pro- If these pledges arc fulfilled it will be portions of a rout, are believed part- seen thaB they arc prepared to spend ly due to internal disturbances with $lG0,000jto elect Bruner. who would more of n political significance than be high Jit a hundredth of the military. amount. The efTort to make money Presley Pullen. f0 years old, a po- talk indicates how strong Is the reBOB BRUCE &iG WINNER publican llesire to get control nf the liceman on the Lexington force If you are disposed to doubt the more than 20 years, was Rhot and in- Senate and tie the President's hands. truthfulness of the report that Mr, stantly killed by thugs who had just The bare announcement that'they arc Robert T. liruce has seen a big win concluded u revolver battle with the prepared to buy what thev enn have ner on his Kentucky Red Berkshire nronrietor of a grocery store they had no hope of obtaining in any other hogs this year, look nt the blue, red way ought to and will put ever ''em-ocr- and other colored ribbons that are nttmtted to rob. on liis mettle to eiect Gov on display in the East window of Health restrictions because of the "flu" will lie continued throughout tho Stanley nnd thti congressional nom-nee- s Bailey & Rupley's store. next Wednesday at least at all hazards. Go to the polls. There are nearly half a hundred of State until The State Hoard of Health took this Stamp under the rooster and repel them and each indicates a winning action .Wudnaxday and will . oivct I Uia-- foul fasiniiation-thii- t. tha ciUce is bv one or more of his splendid string again net Wednesday to eyuvaps for sale. of hogs. the situation and pass on lifting the CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH ban on meetings. THAT TERRIBLE BACKACHE MONEY Declaring tbat tlte republican-- are Mrs.. G. Hyde, DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this writes: "I had thatHomestead, Mich., n.uty advantwilling in the hope of terrible backache slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co., Piesi-deage to make Germany believe nnd tired out feeling, scarcely, able to not speak for 2835 Sheffield Ave.. Chicago, III., do my work, but find by using Foley Wilson does principles apil writing your name und address clear- ! Kidney Pills that I soon feel like a America in his 1 terms of pence. Secretary of the ly. You will receive in return a trial new person." holey Kidney Pills Vuvy Daniels in a political addroM at package containing Foley's Honey and help the kidnevs to throw out poisons lloston urged the return of t:i demo--rat'- c Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and that cause backache, rheumatic pain? croup. Foley Kidney Pills and Foley congress. and aching joints. Sold everywhere. Chairman Hurley, of the Shipping Cathartic Tablets. Sold everywhere. Hoard, has announced that orders for MOVED TO DANVILLE NO SCHOOL NEXT WEEK V0 OOO.UOn worth of troop shins have Dr. J. J. Byrne, the noted optomProf. M. L. Caneer asks this paper work on the new been canceled and school etrist, has established an Government shipyard at Alameda. to state that there will be no having optical office in Danville, over week, the "flu' epidemic Cal., stopped because the ships will next .subsided sufficiently Hardware Store, opposite not to open not be in readiness for use before again. Gilcher Hotel. Dr. Byrne will still lOUO. Converted steel freight teum-r- s continue to make trips over his old will lie used to tiring the Anier-ca- n Rack un the President with Stan- - 'erritory. his next trip to Stanford fighters home after the wnr lev und Helm. will be about Dec. 1st. rOR COLDSAND GRIPPE DOCTORS ADVISE an DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER PREPARING TO BUY THE SEN- " Partisan conflict in the Senate ATORSHIP Secretary Cummings, acting chairappears to have blocked plans for after the. Methodist church for several years, although she , was only 1 years old. She was a beautiful little Christian character and her taking away is greatly regretted by the many friends and loved ones who ure saddened at har untimely death. KlLLED"BY TRAIN George Ragan, aged 57, was killed just bevond Rowland by a freight train Wednesday morning. He was picking up coal on the track and be ing very deaf, did not hear an an freight. He proaching double-heade- r was struck on the nead and died in stantly. Mr. Ragan moved to this county some years ago from Wnvne county. His wife, who was a Miss Singleton, of the East End, and five children survive. Ihey are left in very destitute circumstances. Much sympathy is felt for them. The burial occurred at trrati Orchard. 1 have been taken Itniinn, Rrit'sh. reench, American and Czechoslovak forces, and every where, from the mountain region to the plains of Venetia, the enemy is being sorely tried. fr at ts, ) 1 effort to carry the State for Stanley and the congressional nominees and began at once to build up an organization steel bound and riveted. By a liberal use of the mails he got iii touch with every voter personally and through the valuable assistance of the press, impressed the importance of sending men to Congress who will with undoubted fidelity uphold tho President injvinning the war and to folprepare low. His great . ambition to carry majority is the State by thcold-fim- e about to bfe realized and his untiring labors rewarded with full success. He is icceiving'the most flattering rctiorts from all parts of the State of the wav the democrats have gotUn to gether in their determination to support the Preslderit, And' everythinj" points to a famous victory next Tuesday. Nothing remains now but for i:ery democrat and other pattiot to g.i to the polls and bv stamping under the rooster record their votes for Stanley and the congressional nominees, which will register their approval of the President's policies. Let every man discharge his patriotic dutv and enjoy the victory that js sure to follow. HOW A SALESMAN SUFFERED R. J. Porter. Sterling. Col., writes: . VICTORY ASSURED... The campaign about o close nan been the most unique in the history of the State. Driven off the stage by Liberty Loan drive nnd given a sotcr nlojcus blow bv tha influenza, it has been n campaign nractically without speakings. Hut Chairman Thos. S. Rhea is a man of resuorse and 'determination nnd nothing daunted in his j h er "I suffered with a nainful, weak back. As a traveling salesman I had to stoop frequently to nick up my grips, nnd the pain when I straightened up was awful. I wns induced to try Folev Kidnev Pills. Relief was imSay, they are great." mediate. Prompt and tonic. Sold everywhere. Th frl c''re 1 Improved Calomel Tablet Tbat or All Naui-eatin- g It Entirely Puri-e- d and Dancerou Qualities. A FINAL WORD TO YOU, MR. VOTER The most important election in a century will be held next Tues- r. trn'-Mm- & iL them-helve- s, rj"iinv 'v I)o'ntie Physicians are warning tho public against trifling with colds, infludnra and grippe. They say that n brisk calomel purgative preferably Calo-tab- s the new and improved calomel tablet .should be invariably taken nt lied time and repeated the second or third night, if necessary. In tho esr-listages, ono Calotab is usually sufficient unless the case is particu-lail- v severe. Physicians my thnt it is a waste of time and is dangerous to experiment with other laxatives, ns calomel Is absolutely necessary sooner or later. One Calotab on the tongue at bed time with n swallow of water, that's all. No salts, no nausea nor the slightest interference with diet, work or pleasure. Next morning vour cold has vanished and your whole svstcm is purified and refreshed. ure sold only in original scaled packages. Price thirty-fiv- e cents. Recommended nnd guaranteed by druggists every where. Price refunded if you are not delighted. Cal-otr.- day, November 5th, and the Interior Journal would impress upon every one the duty of going to the polls arid voting for Gov. Stanley for United States Senator and Han ey Helm for Congress. The President has asked it, not for his sake but for the good of the nation that there be unity of purpose and not divided counsel. The republicans in Con-res- s r and while most of them have been have never .lost occasion to criticise and heckle the President, especially when hoping to secure a party advantage. These are not the men to send to assist President Wilson, even though they assert that they will pro-waanti-administrati- on d 11 : m iW i t- -i jk ;e MR. REID'S SALE CALLED OFF On account of the verv rainy dav Wednesday, Mr. F. Reid called off ' irnt his sale of live stock, feed, farming implements, etc., thnt had been exrw tensively advertised for that day. It is probable that he will advertise nnd hold n sale some time during the present month, but about that he will decide later. PROTECT THE CHILDREN Children nre us likely to get the grip nnd influenza ni grown-ups- . Folev's Honey and lar gives qulcK vnltnf rtm nit L'lmlu flT rnlll.ha rnlll'l. croup and whooping cough; covers raw, tntiamcii sunaces wim a ncatiug soothing coating; clears air passages, checks strangling, choking, coughing. Sold every Contains no oniates. . where. ANOTHER FARM SELL Hughes & McCarty have been belling lots of dirt lately. Their last deal was tho A. T. Nunuelley farm out on tho Lancaster piko, known as the 1 not ueauoniy sym- Porter Robinson place and contain- n p.iiv..H appreciate every kind act and ClUlCnes OI uiseiiBu R pathetic word. Gcd bless them all. ing 61 acres, to Louis Nave for $6,- Pnd in some fairer land waiting for Thomas Wells and Mia. Singleton. &UU. she loved. ! au support him. They will not do so except when no party benefit can be gained. We know that Stanley and Helm will give the great man unflagging support and democrats and other patriots should be proud of the privilege of granting his appeal. We have tried to give good reasons, in addition to the President's admirable ones, why Stanley and Helm should be elected and we now urge with all the emphasis of which we are capable that every supporter of the President in his war winring program, will rally to the polls next Tuesday, Nov. 5th, and help to elect them by majorities that will gladden the great heart of the man who is bearing the burdens of the world, and send consternation to the Beast of Berlin and his sympathizers. A stamp under the Rooster is all that is necessary, insuring your vote for Stanley and Helm. Do not let anything prevent you from oing so. r M . u uvJors- -' - til TSjj :. -- ' i, ,v V, Vty Vsi 'S . "V' Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, November,!, 1918 . t "' it k ' Wilson Wants Stanley And a Democratic Congress ELECT MEN WHO WILL FIGHT THE KAISER, NOT WILSO- NSUPPORTERS, NOT CRITICS STANLEY STANDS WITH WILSON i ! PEACE AS WILL AS IN WAR iHHH aVa saawaaaaBitBiBW WILSON WANTS STANLEY TO HELP HIM WIN THE WAR Wilson Wants a Democratic Senate To Conclude An Early and Victorious Peace. Wilson Wants a Democratic Congress To Aid Him In Bringing the Boys Back Home. c Supported hy a Senate in thorough accord with his policies anil lofty ideas, Woodrow WiImiii will speedily hriiiK peace and order to a distracted world. Ihi. ".Itinoit da will be delayed if he and his party arc repudiated at the poll, and Lod",c and Penrose and their faithful follower. Dr. Hntiier. linnet-.-sarare permitted to heckle and harass htm Kvrry da of precious continuance of this struple means the lo f oiir lives. means weary hours of waiting for the return loved one. Support Wilson, his part and his follower for llir sake of our hrave hovs abroad; indorse him for the sake of their loved ones at home (iladdcn the great heart ot the first citizen of the world h a vote of rontiderue on noniher ft. y EMINENT MINISTERS INDORSE STANLEY FOR SENATOR All Other Issues Must Give Way, Says Dr. W. W. Lanck-um- , One of Louisville's Fore- f' jT"jJr ! T lyjfiJJMiMaM ? - most Temperance Advocates. lifnr Hrolher: tlrsre, mercy thee. Jn October nd 11. l'H. with I pem e b tlon amendment. Consress has voted u a dry. nation. National prohibition Is as dead an issue as slaver) or free silver. legislature lus passed the prohlbl by the Western Haptl-- t Association. report In The title of the paper' "Vote as Vim Pray." ".Ml Itapllets should vote s they pray. Just nnw the burden of our prater should be that the world nia be made safe for dt nincrney. l.lod fJeorce. prsmler of 'treat Ilritaln, as on know, the mot dlitlnijulshed Uaptlst In the world. wrote Mr. president of the Vurthern Itap-tlConvention: "Tell the Haptlst brotherhood that we are tlRlitlnir for Ilaptist prlnclpleo" Ihvptlst principle are democratic principles, licinociatte principle nr' In this country In the hands c of the liemncmtic party. A President Is the rumifhrnc of party. Ill word will close the that war and dotermlne matters nfter the war. Hehlnd hlni everj lover nf democratic principle should Hand today. I am a prohibitionist but prohibition Is res udjudicata. The Kentucky Coir-Innst to-dItemo-cratl- I.otilsv llle tnorulmr paper 1 The one urent Issue I the winnlni: and the resd tiitilT a report of a lertrtln of the war questions settlement of the momentous after the resolution said to have been passed war Those questions arlslncbe settled must r iH?JVHRH nBV 'illillHlJi,KV4ll'BBBBBBBB iBHm;"'HiHI by the party Ibat alwas sustains the President. I bellee our brother Gatllffe voted as he prayed vlien he voted to nomi nate urn ianie tor .senator. I believe Senator Trust spoke as he prayed when he introduced llov Stanley along with Senator Iteekham. I believe Hon. II V McChesney votes as he prays when he support CJov Stan-l- e I Know of no more for Senator conscientious Itaptists jn Kentucky And there are others. With malice towards none and with eharlt.v for nil Insisting as we do on ltuptlst Individualism tvid conscientiousness. I atn wllhnc to place mvself amomr those of our brotherhood who believe that this Is the time for all men to be sure the are In perfect accoid with our President llov Stanley Is am h a man and tlio President can rel on him during and after the war. With all Rood wishes and hlch fraternally your for democratic principle In belli church and State. W. V. I.AXPRUM DON SINOI.KTARY. M. M.. Aloderator, Clinton, Ky. HsKiaBrdQSNa 'CsslaHr4r' .HHH desire the election of Governor Stanhy to the United States Senate." "I earnestly . Stanley Indorsed By Labor It is my most earnest wish that Mr Maiilo ma coiuiii'i to serve all of the people of the nation, unci particntfrHv the wane earner im an official reprentative in public office. fAMUEI. (lOMPKRS. Fraternally yotirs. Presitlent American Federation if Ijilmr. WOODROW WILSON f, ;;, i h Cadiz Minister Exposes Campaign Canard M I hut In th.it advlco I cHtinot consent. The I'mhiihltion inicitlon Is u neKllgihle matter In this camiMlun Th.it sue has rendit-- filch a Huse thin im matter which man Ik elected, his vote will fall on the risht Hide Mr. Ktnnley'H habits p.i'-- t or lrrnent -- do not determine on which Hide his vote will be cast. When nntlon-widprohibition t'oinrs tu a vote, Rood ene and Rood politics will put Stall le) on the prohibition Hide. Hut, were his n.itlnn-vvld- e prohibition. I should still emphatically favor his election. vote known to be asalnt The Mipport of the President In the prosecution of this war Is alfo a secondary matter, ttnth Mr isrurior and Mr. Stanley tun be depended upon to flKht this war throiiRh to a finish. In the t fever-hea- t of American p.ttrlotitun, it would not he Rood seme or Rood politics for a Senator not to do mi. Wete the patriotic prosecution of th's war the Iksuo between these two men. I would not turn in) hand over fur the difference between them. The Iwue In th"ls campaign I" sreater and m re vital thin either of the tli.nRs named. That issue Is Kor this' Shall ceYtiin deflnlto Ideals of social, economic and political Justice for the world be realized Ihe first time In inin jears we seem to have a l'resldent whose thlnkluc is an clear and thorough as his purpiie, Is positive and uttshakeable. Thinkers and IdeallslH in whom this era of Justice hns been a pleasant dream, and who have been somewhat skeptical of all politicians and their promises (even of Wilson at the outset) lira now confident that they have as a I'resident a man whose thought move on an lofty a pitch i theirs, and who also has the political iicument to translate those Ideal). Into legislation. OlMl CO.NTinKNCn JS IN WOODIIOW WIIsSON. Let me quote from a reient magazine Issue "Prosre"le citizens of whatever party have adopted President Wllnn uk their leader" Tho crucial matter In tills lainpalRii Is not what Stunlcj or Hruner will do while llie war Ls on, hut what tlicy will ilo when tin-- war is cmltsl. Hither man will licht the war throuxh to a tinisli it would be Hut. tho probabilities are that one man would follow the Icailcryhip of his party his finish If he did not clilcftalii anil po VIIi:ili: WdODItOW WILSON IS while Ihe other man would line up with one of the two of the Itepubltcan party It Is on that "probability" that I I'AVOIt WIIOI.K HKAIt'l'-KOI.Till: HMCCTION OP STANI.KV AS OCR HKNA'lOlt. Wilson has the Idea and the lilwiN: li neisN iiniT the ihaiiiti to put them Into law. I am for rIvIiir lilm the MAX Hi: WANTS mi thai full run In- - llirii'l oil til tat for any failure. If lliere Is failure. To my mind these vast anil matters of social JuMlie, of economic right, of politiliberty demand with cnnipellltiK voice that every man who loves his fellow shall vote fur Stanley ns a cal Slncrrely. I.Kfll.IK U SANDKHS, Pastor Klrst Haptlst Church. Wilson man. per-on- al e pre-sena--- that ail t pienchrr In our town were opposed to tho election of Stanley as Senator. The author of that pronouncement had nnvcr consulted m(., I am not h Democrat In politics, and am not now Interested mie. In phases nf this cntnpalsn. Invulvi-i- l Hut my sober judgment of Ihe tnmpol u to fHMir tho electliui of Mr. Stanley in preference to Mr. Hruner. Certain Baptist Asuocletlons In Wrsltrn Kentucky li.ue wen fit in the exercises of thlr Inalienable rlKht to urj;e our proplo to vnte Mr. Stnn-le- j, In the Louisville preiw rmir's-tirentlt- attentlnn has been culled to a statement Cailli. K IS I R. JDurinrj The Spanish-Americ- an War, ' ROOSEVELT SAID: "A refusal to sustain the President this year will, in the eyes of Europe, be read as a refusal to sustain the war. ' ' If THEN, Why Not NOW? BECKHAM BACKS STANLEY have left the most pressing; ami urgent duties at the Naimiial i .iint.il and tr.iveletl a (;)l(,'. V thousand miles to hring to vou this message that 'renlelit and lus ;iiii.itcs art watching with anxious and intense interest the outcome of this rhciimi in Kotituck and are hoping that you will not fail to show your appreciation of the splendid work which has heeu done hy giving a vote of confidence on ihe Noeinlcr election da and electing to the Senate Gov. A. O Stanley. C. V. f.l'.CKIIAM. S.'A'VIOK . World Will Consideir Election of Republican Congress a Repudiation of Wilson President Says "A Vote For Bruner Is a Vote Against Me." Democratic Defeat Would Hamper Nation At Critical Time. "My r'ellow Coutilrmen: "The ConRresslonal elections are at bund. They ociur In the most critical period our countiy has ever faced or Is likely to fain 111 our time. If mi have nppiovrd of my leadership mid wNh ma to continue to be jour iinemhariMMcd poUesman In affairs at homo ttiid tiLnad, 1 earnestly beg that ou will express ouiulf uninltuknhl) to that effeet by letuinltiR a Democrutle majority to both Iho Seiijle mid House, of Ueprosentutlves, "I am your servant and will accept sour Judgment without cavil, but my power to administer the ttrrat tnn-- aksiRiied me hy i (institution would be seriously Impaired, should your Jiidk'iiicnt til. be ndvetse. luiil I lu net frankly tell you so heuiuso hi many critical lumen depend upon your verdict. No nriplo of taste imist In these be allowed to stand in th wa of spcfklnc itrlni time Ihe plain truth. ' Divided lsailcihlili. "I have im thaucht at sutott stint; ttiui ati political p t 1 t ln In matters of palrintl m, I feel loo de.ply the sacri-tlcewhich have been made In this war by all our citizens Irrespective of art) affiliations to harbor such an bbi. I mean only that the difficulties and delicacies of our present task are of a sc rt that makea It Imperatively iiKiLsniy that the nation should Rive its undivided support In the government under a unified lendettelp and Ibat a ltepubllcim Contrces would divide Ihe hcaderrhip. Iiileiprctallon hroud. "The return of a ICvmiMiiun r. kjoilly to either House of the would, moreuvir. In Inttrpinlatlve on the other side ut CoiiRrem (ho water as n repudiation of my leadership. Spokesmen of the party are urKiiik.' ou to ilect a Itepubllran ConKresg in older t back up and support the President, but even If (hey should In this Impose upon tome iieduloiis voteiH on this vide of the water, (hoy wxiuld Impose on no ono on the other side. It Is well understood there ns well aa here that th Itcpiiblloan leadtn desire not m much to sunport the President us to control him. 'The people of the Allied rounlrlek Mill whom w. are iun elated aitaliiHt Oerinany are nuit. familiar with Iho slKiilflcanco of paramount B elections. They would find It very votern of (he I'nlled Stales hud so dent by c lectins lo tho C'otmress a who are In fait not In symiuthy with Tor Sake, ir Nutloii, "I need not toll you. my fellow luuntrynirii, lh.it I am asklliK our support not for my own sake or lor tho sake of a political party, hut for tho rake of the nation Itself In order thut Its Inwnrd unity of purpose muy be vlden to nil die world. In nrrilnnty times I would not feel at liberty to make such uu appeal tu vou In ordinary timed divided counsels can bv endured without per rnanent hurt to the country. Hut these are not ordinary times "If In thes critical days It Is jour wish lo sustain mu with . .. ..... ... undivided minds. I heir flint mi win rN' ... i.. ,M ;: '", ) " not be possible to misundeisl.iud ellhei at '"home orwhich u win lumniir our .. ...... a tttific -- ",r of it... sen, lIiIu ' -- tirtisln fust nn Ilia ; : im i suiiuiu my uim iinui " and ii)' hopes lo )ou, "WOODIIOW WILSON" . administration. difficult lo believe Hint th hosen (u suppori their Presl majority controlled by thor-- i the iiltKudn ami action of the ... DON'T BE A SLACKER AT THE POLLS VOTE THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET NOVEMBER 5 Buy With Rent What do ,you now buy with your rant racalpl. rant money? Only What might you luiy? A ho of your own anil freedom from rant payaaanti forever. Uie yoar rant monay at a paymrr.1 m your naw homa Initaad of (pending 'it. You Icttew it gat away from you mighty eaiy unltii you "Salt it down." Why not put it in dirt? You know tha afett thing on oarth it aarth itself, It doatn't rutt, decay or gat out of lyla and it Jutt at aure to go higher at you eiiit today. If you wara to land cut tha pretant pricat would ttill ha too chaap. Uta your and quit workiag common tenia yourtelf to death to enrich the other fallow.' You can't figure any other way than the Renter alwayt get the riot End of it. The moil plentiful thing in tha world today it money and termt ware never eaeter. ACT. No. .Un A nice farm of fiO acres on good pike nliout five miles from brick resiStanford. Nice dence, Inrgc bnrn and nil kinds of well watered and fenced nml in splendid neighborhood c!oo to school, etc. This is a dnndy borne for nonie one nml price only $12,00 nnd easy term. Look this one over. farm located No. .131 right on the famous Dixie ilighwuy end only about two mile, from a good town. 100 acres in cultivation nnd 100 norm In woodUnd. Two-ftorresidence with three porches, two tenant houses and two lariej one-haltwo-story .lOO-ncr- e six-roo- Tells How Lydia E.Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health. Philadelphia, To. "I wan very wcnV, always tired, my back ached, and I felt piCKiy iiiohl iii ina time. I went to a doctor and he said I bad ncrvou indigestion, which to my weak condition Kept me worrying most of the time and he said If I could not stop that, I could not get well. I . heard somuchaboilt . LvdiaE.Tinkham'8 ml-de- d Store-Roo- m, Stock of Goods, I Nice Residence, Etc. will on M to try it husband riund myfora week wanted melittle betand felt n it I kept itup for three months, and ter. I feel fine and can eat anything now Mrs. withoutdistressornervousness." J. WORTHLINE. 212 North Taylor St., Philadelphia I 'a. The mnjority of mothers nowadays overdo, there nre so many demands Umn their time and strength; the result ii invariably a weakened, nervous condition with headaches, back-nchirritability and depression -- and run-dowe, Vrffetnble Com- - Tuesday, Nov. 12 j BEGINNING AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M. on the premises located in More land, Ky., sell the following: ' mon more serious allmunts develop. It la at such periods in life that Lydia K. Tinkham's Vegetable Compound will restore a normal healthy condition, us t did to Mrs. Worthliiic bnrrm nml all neccsnry outbuilding Young orchnrd. This Is a good farm nnd could not be located better. Trice only $11,000 anil easy tvrnu-Th- is farm is worth a good deal more money and will not be on the mar-le- t long at this price, (live it a look and you will be sure to pirk it tip as (food inwstment if not for a acres, 90 acres in cultivation, cood hnue, bam and outbuilding. Good orchard. Well watered and fenced and this one also bleated on the Dixie llighwny. Price 'J0O themselves or members of their family and can't come to town, I shall be very glad to have them rend me n signed check for their taxes. I will promptly fill the check out for the amount due and return the receipt, thus saving them the trouble of coming to town. I hope many who are so distressed will take advantage of this method, as I am very desirous that nil taxes be paid before the penalty goes on. II. C. Ilaughman, sheriff. IMPORTANCE OF HEALTHY KIDNEYS If any of the taxpayers arc de tained at home because of illness of TO SICK TAXPAYERS The Old Hunn & Coffey Mer- - j chandise Stand : Consisting of one main building, 24x60, two stores, coal house, small dwell- wareroom and good metal wareroom and lot in rear; ing with store room and small wareroom on south side. This is the best located stand in Central Kentucky. At the same time and place will sell the stock of goods consisting Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Salt, Lime, Cement etc. Will also of sell six shares stock in Bank of Moreland. Terms made known on day of sale. R. C. Coffey surviving partner of G. W. Hunn, Deceased. six-roo- m J 5 ? q a It fine home. No. 33r NVe hopie of five rooms, porch, etc., and mll barn and ight nres of land, nlmut five miles fom Stanford. Trice only $1,300. No. 337 70 acres of cood rind. 11! acres under cultivation 'ind IT litres in grass (Jood sevn-roiIhuim-- , stock barn anil all ncce.4irv "outbuildings. Good orchard V!I watered in every field. Trire $.rPC nml eny terms. a SI 0,000. j,', u:ift No. 338- 'inn abowt on. otT pike in the West Knil of trie county and every foot of it !s hern it nml tobacco land. It has a e Reader! Should Learn to Keep the Kidneys Well. The kidneys have u big work to do. All the blood in the body is coursing through the kidneys constantly to be freed of poisonous matter. It is a heavy enough task when the kidneys nre well, but n cold, chill, fever or some thoughtless exposure is likely to irritate, inflame nnd congest the kidneys nnd interrupt the purify"ng work. Then the aching froquently begini nml is often accompanied bv some :r regularity of the urine too freneunt Passages, sediment or retention. Thousands testify to the wo.c!urful merit of Doan's Kidney Tills, a remedy for the kidneys only, that has been used in kidney troubles 50 cars. You will make no mistake in following this Stanford citizen's adW.,A. Ilrent. U. F. I). No. 'J says: bae used Doan's Kidney Tills and know they are it good medicine. My kidneys weic weak and inactive and I had sore and dull pains acrocs my back. Doan's Kidney Tills soon put my kidneys in good shape." Pnoe f.Oc. at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doiin b Kidney Tills the same that Foster-Milbur- n .Mr. Ilrent had. Co., Mfgrs., lluffalo. N. Y. "I NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION Xotiic is hereby given that the Goshen Telephone Company, was by the un.itiimous consent of all of its stockholders, dissolved on October 1, ll18, and its air airs are being wound up. LILI1UUN GOOCII, L. T. NL'NNKLLEY, President. vice. Stanford R. C. Coffey, Administrator : G. W. HUNN, Deceased, MORELAND, KY. COL. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. GIVES ADVICE "I underwent a surgical operation for gall stones 5 years ago, was in the hospital 4 weeks. For 1 year I felt better, but then my old symptoms and pains returned, and I have suffered ever since. Pour weeks ago on the advice of a lady I tried Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, and I now feel like a new woman. I have a number of friends who suffer as I did and I am advising all to try this valuable medicine." It is a simple, harmless preparation thnt removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money re. funded. The Lincoln Pharmacy; The Penny Drug Store. DRESSMAKER I u:ie two-rtnr- Stock mid tobacco bnrn combined 'in I all necessary outbuilding. Well wnieiv.l and fenced and a splendid mono pinker. The price or this farm i oily $10,500 and cheap at the P'oney. cottage, No. 331) Nice fur-nwjjcod lellnr, well in dining room nn 1 splendid spring, good bnrn, Mnoke houe, etc., fencing good and fine garden and two acres of ground. Trice $1,(100 and itint acros the road from this place fiO neies of fine improved blue grafs land t $110 per acre that can sell with this place. No. 310 '.'.'l acios of Und of which 20 nrces is cleared and balance in Hive-roobouse, b.irn "x aaiiber. lt, hen house, smoke house. inull Well fenced and w.itoied. well at house. $1.2f0 nets all of tin property. 10 m m. of s"d land No. 3lt eiKht-roo- residence. Donations of rice, tomatoes, potatoes, beef or chickens for soup for "flu" sulTerers will be appreciated by the Red Cross. If any, leave at Mrs. Coleman's. The sick can be reached better by. the Red Cross than by individuals. Two or three cars are needed every day. Please offer them They are to save telephoning. needed for delivering. Any one who will nurse or help nurse, whether trained or not, let the Red Cross know. Wanted here and all over Kentucky at once. YOU CAN'T FIND ANY DANDRUFF, AND HAIR STOPS COMING OUT RED CROSS NOTES Save Secretary. 81-- lt FOR SALK Sow and four pigs, FOR SALE I have some early oow that will farrow in November, yellow corn for sale. Call Harry Car- four shoals, and one plug Try as you will, after an appliter, I'hone 41. mule. J. II. Li ingbton, Stanford, cation of Danderine. you can not No. 1. find a single trace of dandruff or your hair! Make it thick, wavy, glouy and beautiful at once. 66 Years Success li falling hair and your scalp will not itch, but what will please you most will be after a few weeks' use, when you see new hair, fine and downy at first yes but really new hairj growing all over the scalp. A little Danderine immediately doubles the beauty of your hair. No difference how duH, faded, brittle and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully draw It through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect is immediate and amazing your hair will be light, fluffy nnd wavy, and have an appearance of abundance: an incomparable lustre, softness and luxuriance, and beauty nnd shimmer of true hair health. Get a small botte of Knowlton'h Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter, and prove that your hair is as pretty and soft as any that it has been neglected or injured by careless treatment. A small trial bottle will double the beauty of your hair. close to good town. Four-t- " mi cot- tage, hallr and tun pinches. New barn, smoke house, etc. Wull fenced and watered. Well nt dour, Price Look lit this one, it i a 'joud Srt.MlO. investment. ' The Wonderful Record of Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup. Those medicines which live for even a ijuartcrof u century are exceptional, s nnd continuous e for over of :i century is indisputable evidence ol wonderful merit. Dr.Thacher's Liver and Illood Syrup came into existence in 18"2, ami from that time to the present it has grown in the confidence uml cstimmioii of its yearly iiicrca.'dng number of users. Through all these years it has steadily grown in popular favor. It wonderful building up power Is hhow n in llie i'Xtericiico of Mrs. C. E. Cliadwlck, Feale, Ala. "I wns all run "Weighed down in heallli," shei-ays- . only 101 pounds ami getting worse every day. I l)egaii the ue of Dr. Tbaeher's LUcruml WoodHyrup and today, 1 nm thankful to hay, I am in perfect health and weigh 1V pounds. 1 attribute my good health to the uc of that most wonderful medicine. I firmly believe there are numerous suffering people that could be sound ami well by the use of Dr. Thacher's Llet ami Illood Syrup." I f you need n tonic, or a blood puri fierilf your liver Is out of order, youi hlomneli troubles you, or you arc con Ktip.iteil, have indigestion or dyspepsia, try Dr. Thacher's Liver anil illood Syrup. It is purely vegetable und coimot lwssibly injure any one. It ha been of wonderful IhmicIU to others, therefore bhould command your alien lion. All dealers in medicines bell It ouU will recommend U. THE PENNY DRUG STORE THE LINCOLN PHARMACY u-two-third- PUBLIC SALE! STOCK, CROPS, FARMING IMPLEMENTS 1 No. store-roo- 3411 Nice two-stor- y brick and living rooms located right on Main stieet in the heart of Sum ford nnd large lot to go .ith same. Trice right und tenns ea on No. 313 Also two Main street in Stanford. Ilest ih-tio- n in town mid price and te 'ni right. If you are looking for jinnd inicstmcnt propositions look tli " ocr. It will pay you n good rate f interest on your money. No. 311 200 acres of fine tobacco and hemp land. Large residence and two tenant houses, three, barns, silo, etc. Good orchnrd. Well fenced and watered and a No. 1 farm. Trice only $12r per acre, nnd terms easy. The above are only u few of the many places that we have for sale. If you ure thinking of buying or selling consult us. store-room- will sell at public auction at my farm three miles from on the Liberty pike beginning at :30 P. M.t 1 Hus-tonvill- e SATURDAY, NOV. 2nd the following described property: Good team of mules, harness and wagon, plows, harrows, hay forks, shovels, picks, sledges, drills and a lot of smaller tools. A Chalmers Six Automobile, six new tires and everything in perfect order. 550 BALES BRIGHT WHEAT STRAW. 250 BALES EXTRA MIXED HAY. 350 SHOCKS OF FODDER AND ABOUT 125 BARRELS OF PICKED CORN IN CRIB. TERMS made known on day of sale. Hughes & McCarty Office Phone 180 Retidence Phonet 152 and 184 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. J. L. McKEE RIFFE, Hustonville, Ky. COL JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. !(20 " VDSVTZZtH A$ ft . Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, November IHMNTERHN JOURNAL J. mtttrr. 1 , 1918 F0URTH13BERTY LOAN LINCOLN COUNTY'S QUOTA $338,350 LINCOLN COUNTY ACTUALLY 386,900 SUBSCRIBES LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK'S QUOTA OF THIS AMOUNT WAS 33.5 PER 112,350 CENT, OR LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ACTUALLY SOLD TO 411 LOYAL SUBSCRIBERS (ITS OWN CUSTOMERS) - 140,900 OR 41.6 PER CENT OF LINCOLN COUNTY'S TOTAL QUOTA. EVERY DIRECTOR A SUBSCRIBER. E. C. Wlton nd ttmi at ( Mttni 1 rttH mQ m Wright aumhtt, Ky, H,, m Lincoln County National Bank The Bank on the "corner next to Court-house- " ) I vention that met at Chicago to name the candidate of the nuw republican party for the oflVe of president would overlook the host of antebellum statesmen who defcirod thb position nnd name one who up to thnt time had had practically no experience in national affairs, who had first Wis. oldest and most reliable brand for all who wear eood CHIROPODIST seen the light in an humble 'cabin in 1 1 vr . i i n .1 11 Kentucky, but had risen atop, by step we are snowing inese in an inc new moaeis, colors wiuiucs. from backwoodsman to pioneer, ' ' fabrics. Indian fighter, clerk, lawyer ami congressman of only, one tern? We are also headquarters for the greatest underwear in AmeriIlut the succeeding years have proven that for the trying time of the Civil OFFICE AT THE ca "Munsing-Wear.- " war no wiser choice could have been made, and his career in the office of Call and see a full line of needs. president has placcd him on n of fnme by the side of Wash-ingto- n on which anotner hns recently well earned the right to a place. Coming to the present time, who The good women of Stnnford are could have been induced to believe a Dr. Palmer, superintndent of the few venrs since thnt the President of n n League In Kentucky, the 'doing a great work for the n republican, who is in of suffering anil earing for the the United States today would be the ibition for what- - he can make out distressed durinir this dark period. chief figure in the world;' thnt the HOUSE OF QUALITY" men East STANFORD, KY. af it, has sent out letters appealing Many of them have given up their wise ocean from the his would to sit at feefartd !eirn to Kentuckians to vote for limner, household duties that they may wait the r his wisdom: thnt all civilized na hecnuse he alleged, that liruner is on influenza sufferers and others who Of course soAissuiaiM uo 3,nAV 1 ai'lHun oju tions would look to nim for; guidance really a prohibitionist. sensible man will pay any atten- The Interior Journal is proud of the rr.d even the barbarians implore h m bettor legislation has boon rviiuhlii-Hiorgan asks the voir.. tion to anything that creature says, fact that it is published in a com for help? Even if this much had boon the best way to handle this problem, od than eer before and tho oilact- - to compare i gratibeen settled the record s of especially when the prohibition ques munity where such jrood women live known beforehand, who would have hut as it has up fying record will bo continued by re- - ley and Dr Itrunor The Cov. Stan other bunions. latter liu tion has been practically settled and and woulld be more than clad to print believed that in such stirring times we must take Dr. A. .1 A. Alooinder, thv lead- turning a nemocriilic majority to nn worn In speak of but that of ,1 is not an issue, though men like! the names of the ncroines, but for the occupant of the White House, like extreme temperance wing Congress again The country needs rolling stone (iov Munley life has Palmer would always have it an is- - the fear that some might be left out hi? two greatest predecessors, w.mld er of the lie without prcvous experience in na of the democratic party, in a card it, the Piosidvnt asks it and Ken- been filled with practical perform sue as it means Dread and nutter to of the roll of honor. at tional affairs nnd known onlv as a I published in our Inst issue, announces tucky Help least will not turn a deaf mice for lnl.nr. the oppressed and the them. Palmer has long since demonin the glorious consumma- weak. He would be elected by a prn Col. Roosevelt has charged the great educator ami writer anil whose for Stanley and also urges tho tem oar. strated his unfitness to lead any tion by stamping under the rooster tirally unanimous ote if nil could ! Movement and should be made to President with nearly everything ex- only experience in affairs political perance men to support him. The question of African slavery and thereby electing Gov. .Stanley made to rouble how fullv he has kept leave Kentucky for Kentucky's Rood. cept the responsibility for the influ- had aliennted nil of the practiral poland Free Silver would be as timely and the nominees for Congress. faith with the people. Kleet him arl enza, but give him time. He will iticians? We repeat it; In the hearten the President. There are many people in these doubtless get to that after he has finof those three men to leader- now ns prohibition. Hut it is plainly A vote for Stanley and the congros-sciona- l United States who would if they had ished his carping criticism of the 14 ship we see the guiding hand God. evident that this is a subterfuge on kajf a chance, resent with a cowhide reace points of President Wilson. When He needs a man or a if special the pnrt of the republicans. Their nominees is a ote for Secretary McAdoo says the upstart W. Poor man, he seems to be consumed occasion He raises him'Titi Will; 'main desire for Stanley's defeat, in Wilson, who enrnestlv heirs thnt and power of the President prestige the charge of the little nnd thir H. Hays, chairman of the Republican with envy of one who outmensurcs what mighty tasks tliesethroo have addition to n selfish greed for the of. n democratic majority bo returned to influence of America In the war will National Committee that the Presi- - him in every particular but those of nrcn coniromeu and now; tsell they fice, ir. due to the record he made Congress to give him unflagging aid be irretrievably hurt If a democratic wnen a memner 01 congress, lie was in his work of winning tho war dent's statements are mendaqUus and abuse and villiftcation. The President have performed them! A congress is not returned nt tho con' II of us can resent it by showing our Ims never deigned to reply to any of Put the tasks of the firstitwo ,vere always the champion of the rights of oto for Stanley and thi democratic ing election All of us can hell, tire confidence in the greatest of men by his misrepresentations and it hurts the merely local, the first to establish on the people as against the encroach- - nominees is a vote for Wilson and 'vent so dire a disaster by voting for doing as he has asked return a seeker of notoriety worse than a to deny his appeal thir continent a government dedicated mont of the classes. It was ho who Stanley and the congressional . ,n,l."ll,m unhorsed the Steel Trust, that mighty ......w.. ....u. that will always support irect thrust. r.u.111,. uniior wie nominees, to the principles of freed6m. the ih. not fail to go to the -him in his herculean task 1)11114 to prevent its destruction by in- octopus which had fastened its ten- ....-.v.- . unil f!imti titi.C .1... -- ......n iiHiavcf ilson appeals for the President the war. Let every patriot gOjJto the ternal dissension, while the giguntL-tas- tacles into the vitals of the Ameri-ca- n polls next Tuesday and put the election of a democratic congress and people, and he always .advocated of the present incumbent is to tamp of their condemnation of the gives the best of reasons. Let every nake the world safe for democracy. that elass of legislationthat finally support by voting littlo scamp by stamping under the patriot rally enabled the farmers of .Kentucky to his work 50 Stanley and Helm. The Presi- - That undertaking far on this stupend- receive fair compensation for their rooster. has been well nigh depenil-D- r ous dent knows that they can be tobarCtt and hemp crops which under Bruncr is a pretty clever sort ril on for unwavering support. Go perfect- is conceded fiy all except thoso the old order of things were purTonsurtied by envy, and jealman, but no one claims that he to the polls and stamp under the who are Like Washington cf ously. and Lin- chased by the eastern magnntcs at is in anywise akin to Solomon. He is rooster. coln before him he hns his detract- starvation prices fixed by themselves. ; crude, inexperienced and sophomoric Turkey has capitulated and asked ors, and while the press and states- This of course has gained for (lov. and a hidebound republican, who frl- Stanley the undying hatred of the Europe are lows Lodse, Smoot, Penrose sirri the fpr an armistice. In fact she is so men of on all sides, his sounding his men who formerly grew rich on the praises enemies at others whom the Present cays lnvc anxious to get out or it that she has home, like the heathen of old, are farmers' products while they grow obstructed and contested his policies, appealed to Secretnry Lansing to rc.ging and imngining viiin things, poor, and they have os in the olden bring her request before the govern-we- ll Fortunately no one who know? him dnvs placed in tho nnnds of the renut takes his candidacy seriously or ments at war with her and he hns way he pursues the even tenor of his publicans an enormous corruption regardless of the vipers blowlhg question might be a serious or.o . agreed to ilo so. the fund with which to purchase the next at his heels. to Kentucky, which has solemh re- The beginning of the end of the house, hoping for a return of the old The Louisville papers say that the solved to elect Stanley and sustain wiped great struggle is in sight, but the order of things, as the republican i influenza has been practically the President. departure from tho y, out of but the ban will not most difficult pnrt of the task is yet party since its down by Lincoln hns to be accomplished. Our greit load-c- r principles laid Vote for Stanley and Helm. be raised for a week at least. has asked that we elect a corgrcss been the moans through which the and senate that will hold up his hand plunderers of the people have atand not undertake to tic them Shall tained their desired legislation. Fully aware of the gravity of the we deny the request? The whole world, especially our enemv part tf situation, tho Interior Journal urges it, is awaiting the result of the co .rug its readers to do nil in their now or election with the keenest interest. An to secure the election of Gov. Stanley pi'verse result will say to the world and Hon. Harvey Helm by overthnt the people of the United States whelming majorities, thereby up the hands our iiire not behind their PresidoiU ,11 this holding in the greatof world Chief Exwar, and var, but I have.- repudiated him d all ecutive !... I... HUB UUIIU HUH at the same time preventing the SIU'ICS IOr. lllul lie of the beneficial legislation that Those who are loudest now in do-- 1 We have just unloaded a car of Pig Meal and ouncing the President for asking a hut boon enacted at his request. friendly congress while flu gient The editor of this paper, who alwar lasts were loiujest in d"niiinllii,r Dairy Feed. Now that you are not permitted to ill. -tho same thing for President MoKin-li-- y ways thinks ns he prays, has for during the fiasco known iid tho months predicted that tho war would feed shipstuff to hogs, this Pig Meal is a fine war, for tho self, be over by Christmas. It now looks same reason. In addition to asking mighty like our hopes and prayers for friendly representatives in the are about to bo realized. Iiulgaria substitute. Feed Pig Meal to your fattening t, legislative branch of the has unconditionally surrendered, Aus-trl- u tho President has specifically said that has offered to do so. Tuikev is hogs. Hogs fatten faster, arid it saves lots of If you buy any clothes this fall be sure ho desires the election of Guv 01 nor about to beg for terms and Germany j Stanley to the United States Senate. having asked for nn armistice and beyou get the best quality. All-wofabrics corn. Some of our customers buy Pig Meal j The main reason urged uguimt this ing refused is on the ragged edge of are best now as ever and good tailoring is ii" me repuiiiiciius is wnat iney nro whether it is best to surrender now pkused to call Stanley's former po-- , or go further and furo worse. Kverv. in ton lots. important and valuable as ever. Our clothes sition on the prohibition question. In think.' looks nromisiti'' for America these trying times when we are ccu- - and its allies in winning everything come in fine workmanship and good models. nonted with so ninny live problems that they went to war for. Oh, for ci lling loudly for solution 'hose who a llrother Humes to utter us only he We are prepared to fit all sorts of figures-m- en urge against a candidate his position could thoKti words of adoration and on a dead issue have u very low esti- thanksgiving: "Praise the ,Lord." of odd sizes, stout, very tall, very short, mate of the intelligence of tha peoas well as regular sizes. ple. One of tho munv in.i.i The marvelous .achievements of of this war is that is has virtually the, democrats since tuking charge of settled forever and in the right woy the government and of Congress have tho liquor question. never been euuuled in anv neriod of Many moral men once differed nn the country's existence. More and plies. Again who wouid hnve believed five years beforehand that the con THINK, ACT. DEAR BROTHER That the government of the United States Is now passing through Its most critical period nml has before It for solution many of the" greatest problems thnt hnve arisen in the d world's history is universally and concede. The upheaval caused by the great war iini produced nnd is yet producing soreial changes mid political problem whose correct management ami soh'tiou will require the patient exercise of the world's best wisdom. Twice before, in our history we have passed through crucial times, times thnt tr oil men's stuls, first when one govorrn.ont for the perpetuation of liberty was established and again when the gioat Civil wrr was fought to determine whether surh a government could endure. In such trying Umos n leader Is always raised up by the all w so 'Tod as surely as he raised up Mo. to lead It children of Isreal into the t.mm-loland, nnd, as "rail humanity views it. these leaders ire 'ilwnvs chosen from the weak things of the earth to the consternation of the niichtv. In the days of the Amoriuiii devolution there were statesmen whoso ability and patriotism have never been surpassed, whose fame in many instances had crossed the Atlantic, and whose writings are yet eagerly devoured by all students of the science of government. A few years beforehand who would have believed, even if n prophet had foretold it, that nil of these would be passed by in the selection of the first President while the choice fell on one unknown .to fame at the time of supposed prophecy and only known locally as a good surveyor, a snlendid farmer, and n rentlemnn in nil thnt the word im. READ, recn-nlr.ed Clothing ! Clothing !! s Mtf We have just received another shipment of Fall and Winter ' Clothing. We are exclusive selling agents for the world's greatest, clothing, "Collegian," tailored to fit by David Adler, of Milwaukee, ",. SmuH SylsSftronror0 . IterCs jfrTf C - fax JWvHr - (5lBc-- - yd? 4r DR. J. W. WEBER Foot Doctor ii.L The 1 ana HUfjJN HOUSE, Stanford, Ky. pin-nae- your McROBERTS, BAILEY & RUPLEY Anti-Saloo- nlcvia-M'chiga- pro-!tio- "THE vle-nti- sco-on- """.Tsr ' I 1 fr to-hi- s -.- I the-cit- COW AND HOG FEED n.-.- 1- 4 I re-re- K 'panish-Americn- ii gove--mon- ! ol I J. H. Baughman & Co. I ROBINSONS, STANFORD HMHP"PWPPPFaMIMMWMMMnMMMM f Typs -- "f .' , -- it The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, November xr- 1, 1918 Page Five -. Why Fitter nl With Gtts-i- r nil-fr- r. i u ff Ctrnt? Ust rilcu "PHi $108,850 i CoBraoB:5enic, Simple, Never Fails. Yon enn tmr nut your rornn nriil or jnu mn oil jour corns And mile. Ilin Joy- - iktIImk nr l tho wny. It In Iho otilr linppjr, nty In tlio Trurld. Tu impi VERY IMPORTANT CAMPAICN On Monday, Nov, 11th n very Important campaign will befrfn In the ountry and Lincoln must nnd will dr here share She h asked to pivc a stafrgcring J t 1,735, Is which amount, but when Lincoln is asked to do things these war timis. she does wi'hont hesitation. The United j War Work Cnmnnipn represents the V. M. C. A , the Y. W C A Knights i of Columhuf, Jewish Welfare, Wnr ( otinty Camp Service, American Army, Association, Snlvntlon if- Hon T M Ilclloberis is the, chairman for this; county and he is nl rendv i'i ttlni' thimii in shape fur the drive, which to begin n week from' next Monday. I Look Out For tin tin ley nrd Helm. CENT-A-WOR.i li D Ick Prcl lent Jt vh S t. ADS' rl S.w and Wrt The "Flu" Evefy man, woman nnd child should eliminate, so far ns possible, ell chances of contracting this terrible disease. A warm body nnd dry fest arc essential to good health. This is the Icind of weather you should be most careful. Fall rains have just called on you to lay aside the old shoes you hnvc woin nil summer and replace them w'lu a tie' pair, for the protection of your health. ft. Si A l F SI'.F.I) II YK for snli "G.I. Il" Stiinford. Ky. "Cf I Ik Drop" on Thai Corn-- U f7 "t nd the Corn li Gonr't FOR S LE Sow and - v gor I of "(IctH'Il" nn nny corn ... i iillm ilrn nt miir. The cum llnallr loosi'li.i off pil's. Rowan Sail flej', Jr Stanford (rum tli" tli it ynn rnn ixrl It FOR SALE - Plymouth Rv k ( ' k '. ort with mir lliici rs lliime pKce, Mrrri-nBANK. Mrs reN. pure bred. Ill - lxi ii t a Itinnnn. 'llrint r It I ilili no tlmt l tore.'' There's Ilrich StJinforil Kv stiir?, wl-r -- 'id tt.lt." Tiff only win mm good h'c. I irn Oil STOVE VTrnipil up lug with tn pa nml liiinl-ner coal oil stove for sale, in pi rfi c CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $90,000 fix s Minlrtiiinir fr'in Irrllntlns lp inlti ii.lt dull a I irlnirltr. 'Inesnnnniliil rn"diHnti Pnll nt this oflire by rntnrs nml I. ' It is. Hint's Inllclirry. DEPOSITS AITER PAYING FOR "fOU SALE I have for a'c '10' rullotilou. unni'Ci nrr.iliinj.'riiiu. U(i " Set in a' tim lllsrty way finiplc, nlcp s(m' shonts THE BONDS J394.102. tilnlrM, always furr, TnLo no clinncef. extin Huven Mi Heath, Huhl lc K once. (lit "(lets-II- " Isiu't lie ininltcd liy H., tp linltntlnni. Hi Unit ) nil art llets-lt.- " '(Irts It" the Riiar.inti.ril, money-luirRENT--- A bed furniMieil FOR r, (he only sura . , . -, room, or three rooms for light houe iiy, trir.i stnnyilriiK more. M f dliy K. I rici a.('i.,('lilcnKO,lll. keeping, furnisiu- -i or uniurni neu Sold in ijtanloru and recommend- - J. ('. McClarv. Stanford. Kv RVtf AND SOCIAL Miss Freda Itobmison : threatened ed ns the world's best corn remedy i FOR SALE A lute 11M7 trodel "TPSONAL with "nu" Mrs V C Sh.irVn, who tins Iiot'ii ar, like new, 1) 15 0 Huick touring The dedication of the .Methodist by The Penny Drujr Store. is conlltiril to her IhhI ulth iiifliH-nm- , ! .... , ,11 ifn.ln ffir ltitirk rnii(Utir I C church will be delaed at least anoth' ' ronvnlcnrinir. CHRISTIAN CHURCH 8l-- .p The by the quarantine 3 Upv I'. L llrucr nml wifit haw ro er weuk The closing iirdi r will continue t ' Livingston. Stanford, No. nuarterly conference will meet at the Inmi'il from n viit to rclntiy3 nt be oWneil bv this church, but it is A stcier, two years old ESTRAY 'V . LiMrsonajte Miiuiay ttrternoon in -- mu.,1 hoped there will be no lessening of the came tn my place Sept. Itontiokt. Vn. Mr nml Mr CharliM Wlirplrr", of I'resiilintr Elder L. II. ttreer will ,ut spirit of worship. .More than ever can get same by paving for his keep Huttonvillr wvrr visitors to thil city present, Joncn, of Yotemite, was hen-firs- t there is need of that consciousness and this ad. C. Hpniler, Junction Q. It. th othrr clnv of the week. He recently wild nf (toil's nearness ami now r that im- - City, Ky. Mr nml Mr J H Hill have recent, pnnilv TAXES Six his Rood Casey county farm and willl pels us to talk with Him dnily, while turned from a stny nf nrvoriil months move with hu family to Arizona. The we cast our tares upon Him Who viii te n,,jc, topel your city tAM'i if W hile beannp: courageous- nilli Jrnniini county friemK .,,,. not paid before Nov sustains. Mr nml Mrn. John G. I.vnn, of loim of this Rood family will be a se- ly our personal burdens, the uiuven-- l t,eV now. Geonrc T. Wood. ii.i,..r Casey. Dumillc. came un Tiirmliiy iiftornoon vere one to P. Walton, of I.cxinRton, al kinship of'"others" will challenge citv Col. W 5d to th" luirifil of Mr K. T. Pence, Jr. our sympathy and eliort, Ilrighten-in- g few hours hern with spent FURNITURE, Mattingi, John Allen Dunawuy N i'i' mirm brother a and Mrs. K. C. Walton. his the corner where we are will go Rngii. Wall Paper, Lace UruRgrta, He Curtains, of a hundjome little son who arrivod had just cnmpIcUd his duties as pub- far toward brightening the ' four Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Casci, In hlr fne union of Mr, and Mr. flu- democratic corners" of the earth. For vour read- Pictures, Stovos William HunHftnv a few ilayn finie. licity chairman of ing Sunday the 91st. 103rd, 104th which W: A. TTilibje, Stanford. Rev M. 8. C.lHrk. pnwtor of the campaign committee, in He is he did Psalms, and four briof chapters of looklnR BUILDlfcG"tfMHErt fhavc nil Hethdi't church at Hnrrodtiinr, most excellent woiK.much older than Phillipians will furnish wonderful splendidly nnd not kinds of building limOcr for sile. here thin week with Pr V. I). hcn he left this city nearly help. Please keep vour minister in- Bills cut to order. Have a srw mill be, did , Welburn. formed as to all calling for his minK. ami can All orders on short nottc" Kditor Clinton iMikrlf. of the Miss Emma Noe, wlro has many istrations. A. Rrcinish. Crab OrchanLJvy:88--l- p Jevnmine N'ew. w u caller the oth- friends here, made dunnt: her fre cTRrToFTIIANKS i rloir.K nitely with hin er rfav. He FOR SALE Five extra good milk quent visjitfi to Miss Bertn Jean Penny, We desire to thank from the depths cows, one puh'iration. we nre "Intl to Jersey bull, being reriwis uy Mr imd Mrn W J. Doiier. who is now Daiber, iiookimi lor York City. of grateful hearts the many who were subject to register; pair of li and of New so helpful and considerate of him and from Kordyce, Ark , to attend Julius pood ones. See nmr mare mules, wonderful soprano voice, hr'bunnl of her brother. Mr. E T, She bar a attracting ere.it attention us in the illness and death of out hus- W. S. lirodus, Stanfonl, Ky , Route band and father. That God's rich- 2. horn) which f she 'Pence. Jr., will leave for 88- - lp It is hoped that est blessings ever be theirs is our wherever sinRs tin afternoon. FOR SALE Ford car in" firs, she can be Induced to give a recital wish and prajer Mrs E T Peine, Tht office had . card Thursday A crowded house would greet class condition, 1015 model. ComJr., and sons. from llrynn HraiNhaw, who for n lone here should she do so plete with starter, electric light, Iter, timi mnnaiteil the Turneruilie Sup. The repuliluan lenders say no splendid new tires and other extras He in pW Co V utore nt Tiimerjv!lo BailTAYLOR DIES AT CAMP other President ever appealed for a Cheap, if sold at onie. See it nt 88-tpitiorrd in New York and ny he f Elmer Miller, who left Stanford return uf n lotigress of his own par- ey Garage fine lik" the service with some 20 odd other joung men FOR RENT My three-stor- y buck Mr? J II Jnnc, no lived in thii fm t mining at Camp Taylni about ty. The.v might say that no other lights and needed the support of hotel ritv several venn W now plenxantly two months ago, died there Wcdnes-la- v piesident ever President Wilson does. steam nt Liberty. Electric with hotel, real friends as heat. Livery bnrn located nt the KpicoMi! Bnnnlinir of meningitis, following .in opera- The prvM'tit minority has done little if preferred. Possession nt once. Or Hume nml Infirmary, Louisville Her tion for ear trouble He was a son here will be Hud to of Mr and Mrs. Winlield Miller, who but heckle and i riticize Vote as he will trade hotelK for real estate. Frenk rnijr friend p Dell. Liberty. fcnr from her and to know that he bje out on tin- - Lancistei pi' , was 2.r aks jou. i "eUiui' alonr nicelv nf the Methodist years member - . Mr J O MeAlnter of Lrxine churchold. a and one of the, best here, Ion, sends money for her I J to young men who has left the county in av Jtw. 1020n In her letter sh home eais lie cnnie with his famil.v from "It lK like letter from my old Canada a number of years ago and y and I ran hanllv wait for its bought the Lytic farm on the visits." Mm. MrAlister is n pike This he sold and weakJnuchler of lion and Mrs H. H. bought the home now occupied by line, of Mnrelaml his parents. He was a highly honor.1 M Reynold Mr w.ik ocr fmni able oung man, a hard woiker and kU home in Wayiiesburc thie morn-In- r a good citizen in every wuv His ked how thinrs nohtical are death is sincerely regretted by all who he said. "The iluinn knew him The in h's section, remains were brought cralie iiarty is in exi client shape and here Thursday night and at o'cloik ou m.iv expert to hear Kod results this morning were laid to rest in Buffrom WayneshurR " Such renorts falo Cemetery after appropriate recome from various .sections of the marks at the grave by I)r W I). county, and it begins to look as if fWelburn the people are noini to he unanimous for Stanley and Helm. HAD THE DINNER READY Ren Jcnmnc. for yearn a valued The War Mothers labored hard in is emploe in thin oriice, was here preparation for the dinner they were in blood-formin- g properties and as powerful in l from a to serve at Mr. F. Heid's sale WedThursday w.is retiiniuur strength-supportin- g point in Mulligan, where he went tp nesday, but the sale was called oft on qualities now as of yore. ts.l-the body of a comrade, whose account of ram. They had cooked a dc-thelp you win your battles. wns caused b) influijnzn. He is great many things, but were fortuSheridan, nately able to dispose of some of Camp Ktill stationed at Scott SI Bgwot.BlooaScUl.N.l. lf-Montcomer), Ala., and is well pleased them. It is sincerely hoped that they His many friends will lose nothing, tjui on the conwith the erue krrp were delichtod to see him and trary that their labor of love will be well rewarded. , Citc him the Had hand air.iin. ISrJTHE TOTAL SUBSCRIPTIONS OF THE CUSTOMERS Or Tilt. TIRST NATIONAL BANK TO THE THE rOURTH LIBERTY LOAN. HAS BEEN ENTIRE AMOUNT FOR IN CASH BY THIS PAID r r.t i urn I fM . nl t. . B,I S nig-. "S (irimcs. roi: SALE ,L t, tuiln-Irifl- n li ii Ms-It,- .. lc iiirn-rcinn- nn 23j0wnr 80-8- p i & MEN'S WORK SHOES $3.50, $4, $4.50, $5 and $5.50 $3, 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. . it. or. nil h' ftr-"- i i-- t lir if- ! semi-weekl- Battles are not all fought with cannon and shell. The most vital are the everyday battles against the debilitating tendencies that invite ness. For nearly five decades THE EVERYDAY BATTLE L AMEN'S DRESS SHOES ' $3, $3.50, $4, $5 and up to $10 If you want a pair of dress shoes, to look a 1 1 SCOm EMUlSiON Lt Sooti'm EntuMom little better and wear a 'little longer kriU want a larger assortment to select from, then you must come to us, for a pair cf Eclipse, Dunlap, W. L. Douglas, or Florsheim Shccs, in the sea- has been a definite help to millions in the trying battles against weakness. Scott s as rich son's newest styles and leathers. Dunlap i Jl e ....'.... MerchandiM' ut reduced rate. We my are selling the entire stock of goods to nnor puis out in December and in or. settle up the business of the late M. Her to he on the safe Mile, I am send-ins- r I). Elmore, at a very reduced rate, you my cheik for two ears' sub. so come now nnd get a lmrgam in rlle-ldnrription. (Slad to get your papers anything wc have ' '!. I 't nnd to xee that the old town and coun- Jr. ty has responded so nicely to the Catarrh Cannot Ue Cured call and Kiine over the Willi Uiey top. It was a pleas.irr to us to be OHiiiioiLOCAL .l'l'l.K tiATION8, kl, nf t lis llc.is irncli Hie n help I'atntrh Is a lo ul ilieue. crcatlr able to send our little mite to by .onilliutlun.il conditions, and the town out. (il.id to report wo have In hi It to , inurt take un had noine nice rains oxer the terri- intern l ri'in.-d-- ture IUI1' u Cuurrti Mull- look for ;;nod fall and mo li taken Intern ill! nnd acts thru tory and imi(.m The "tin" has para-lvie- lite Maud on the Onl&rtli (.iirfnces of the KpritiR Iiiisiiiom Medicine mi Hill's eerthim; the last .'10 ilas. 91-ipreirlletl Ly unc of llm Inst pliytlclaiu but it nodus to be pretty well in hand In tills country for "sr It Is inni-p- i Ionics Known, snl nf iiime of He now and hope that with the pleasant of the Ivtl blood i, unwind wllli .i! weather we will lime better condi- puililrrs. The lt?rfit iMiiil.liuitlnn nf tions. So far we have escaped it. the Inerrillrnts In Hall's I'atirrh Mrdl but one can neier tell when and ni'i It whit prolines tik'l. nnndeiful Hope this will results In cntarrhnl rnndlt mil, Hend for wheru it will ntnl find you and yours RettiliR nloiiR t'lstlmonlnU. fne CO . rrnps . Toledo, O. l" J CIIUNi:v & niiely. Mr. N. joins me in best wishes 7V All 1'niin I n"iilv I'm f -- inllpatlon. o onn and all T" i si Nunnelley, "Ktt" Texas, navs writinc see Worth, lames If Numielley, brother of our fnmi Ft. that First Thing To Do When M , , t's You Get Up In Morning LADIES' AND MISSES' SHOES 1 d l.l FOR HEALTH'S SAKE Slip in a Suit of Munsing Under-derwea- r. Perfect Fitting. No Binding. Working Comfort. Wo- $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4 and up to $10 If there is any line in our store that wc 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 Dru-iKis- -- ' style imaginable. We have at this time for ycur inspection the largest line of shoes for Men, Women and Children ever shown in this town. Your Prescriptions Receive Prompt Attention ; men's and Children's. it - 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. I At Phillips & Phillips 1 The Penny Drug Store Severance & Son .f . m if Stanford's Biggest Store .. r t. fi.ii ...fiii i ii m i - -- wmug'y''ww i tn t rttmvt ? Page Six e. - . -- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, 1 Friday, November I, 1918 irTTTT"" - - " I Public Salell I will sell at public auction at my place near Peyton's Well, Friday, November 8th Beginning at 0 A. M. 1 MY FARM OF 162 ACRES Limestone Land. The place is a part of the Routt and Rhodes places. It is improved with a good dwelling of seven rooms and two porches, in good repair. There are two tenant houses. Good tobacco barn, 36xo0 and stock barn about 50 feet sguare. Has all necessary outbuildings and they are in good repair. springs. The soil is productive Well watered with four never-failin- g and the land will produce corn, hemp, tobacco and wheat with splendid results. About half of the farm is in cultivation. At the same time I will sell the following of Good Blue-Gras- s yearlings, two pair and two pair aged muW Good jack, 5 years old. Bay with white Percheron t horse, good filly, points. Three-year-ol- d brood mare, saddle mare, Western mare, two yearling colts, 22 Mules, three of them weanlings, two-year-old 1 LIVE STOCK: 2 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 TEN BLACK HEIFERS sent out three or four In charge of h corporal or sergeant. The sniper equipment usually consist of n telescopic rifle, n powerfuf net of field Kinases, nnd n range finder. A miner has n clever wny of setting his rillei, nfter getting the exnet rnngo of the spot where the enemy linn been exposing himself. They fix their rifles in such n mnnncr that no sighting Is A hit will he registered neewwnry by simply pulling the trigger. Sometimes ns mnnv us six rifles nre fast-eneto n hoard nnd the pulling of u string discharges them nil simullitn. A man to be selected for eously p.itroling nnd reennnnitering mils', have keen eye sight, porfeit hearing judgment and iron nnd quick nerves. Although It is hazardous out In front work, still after going two or three times tlie work possesses a fnscinntion which can not be resistThere nre many elements of ed. danger to be considered while out on one of these pintles. In the day time when n man is wounded out in front nnd it is neces snrv for stretcher bearers to go nt nnd get him this is very dangerous work, because some German sniper Is ahvnvs uniting for just such nn his shooting to ilisplny nbilitv and demonstrate that In' vvns brought up on the bottle of German kultur. Sammy, nfter you have actually been in the thick of it. especial!" if vou are wounded or sick, you nre go. ing to meet a certain class of people that perhaps you hne never met be fore. I am speaking of the doctors, Fted Cross nurses, women volunteer., rhnplnins nnd Y. 11. C. A. worker. You will love them you can't help doing so. They nre noble men cm! women, sacrificing nil of their atten tion for your comfort. Ami people wonder how soldiers can be so cheer ful. The great mystery is how anv soldier enn be grouchy, nfter coming In touch with these heroes nnd heroines. The question is often asked in Mus country. "Do you think I nm fitted to be n Ked Cross nurse?" The most romantic appeal to any girl is thnt of the Ked Cross, The picture Is touching the white uniform bending ove. n bleeding soldier on the field of bat tie. impervious to fear nnd dnnger. smoothing his brow ns he whispers his last farewell message. Hut thnt is not the whole picture. The right to wear this uniform is the greatest honor to which a womnn enn aspire in this war. It is ns glorious ns the uniform of n koldier. Hut don't forget this dream comes true only by hard work nnd study, not merely the signing of an npphcntion nnd attending a meeting or two ami then donning the utulorm. lour work is not first binding up wounded soldiers or soothing their brows, nor writing their letters home, but it is preparing for this later which v hen you at l.ut takes some time. enn wear the Ked Cross uniform you will hnvl- the satisfaction of Knowing thnt the soldier on the fighting front loves nnd nilorcs you nnd looks up to il - Children Cry for Fletcher's 2he Kind You Have Always Bought,, and which has bee in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature -- been made under his per eonal supervision since its infancy. uS7r. t'CtfcAAX. AUow no on8 t0 dccejve you jn thte. d " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health tt Infants nnd Children Experience against Experiment. ? jtj&fty-f-f- - and has a Just-as-goo- Castoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contain neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, 'Wind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feveri&hness arisfcg therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, alia the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What isCASTORIA V f GENUINE CASTORIA ) ALWAYS Bears the Signature of 2L&0&m In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought may do, those fellows will hare It 'nil over us." Wasn't he right? Think it over ns you close your desk and hang up the old office coat U tlon the hknki. Men may become rii h in other walls of life, but no mattar what their achievements, they can be no greater than yours, you v."l brvc it "nil over them " To Imve taken a part in this great wnr, on the side of right, to have been one of the smuggling soldiers who have helped to bring back to earth freedom nnd nil thnt nmkes life precious, is well worth while. The sacrifice may be great, but it will not have been in vain I suppose my short note is like a Hungarian goulash of information. Hut we all hope thnt sword mny be sheathed and carried throughout a world of freedom and peace. I am I (Continued on Page Seven) I you as his angel of mercy. Girls, this goal is worth attaining. Go after it, and when the war is over, come marching home beside Sammy, with the feeling of exultation that you und he have won this war and forever catnhhuhfl justice, democracy nnd lib erty for the future generations to come. One thing more before I drop this fountain pen. A friend the other tiny made a remark that was very helpful to me anil may be helpful to vou He is a shade under III nnd healthv and vigorous, but he hirs a large family and many responsibilities and can not go and oh, how he wants to! As he watched a few of the men iu the ollice saying "goodbye." the day before they were to leave for the training camps, he sndl: "No mutter what we men who are left behind H. F. MARTIN, R. F. D. 5, Stanford COL. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. MOTHER personal reason, because I have a mother, and know what she has suffered, especially during the time I was in the hospiul on the islands. I did not tell her the way I felt though I am sure she had atner for mo to be enjoying my health Second because I know that every man with an ounce of brains 'believes that in all ages the burden of war has fallen most heavily on the mothers. Your boy has entered tho army or navy, he has cither vol-u- n THE AMERICAN I'irst for a very -- leered or been drafted, it mntters performed the not which, he noblest act of his life, his all, for God, country, home und mother. This is a war of right, therefore, it is God'i. war; if it were not so, Amer s ica would not have unsheathed the sword, because America has fought and shall fight onlv on the side of right. She could uot do otherwise and be America. Every American mother who has a son in this war should feel proud of him. She should feel proud to know she has raised a son who is. mentally and physically fit to 'fight Hie battles of his country, her country, and that she has given this son to the cause of justice, democracy and liberty. It is useless to advisse mothers not to worry while their sons nre away, because if they did not worry they would not be My intention is to real mothers. show the American mothers why they should not suffer unnecessary worry. War at its best is a horrible thing, TREES! TREES! WE GROW A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT AND SHADE TRI'.E.S, SHHUBS VINES, ROSES, PERENNIALS, ASPARAGUS in fact "Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden." EVER-CREEN- FREE CATALOG. H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons LEXINGTON, KY. (No Agcnti.) Ship Your ProduceToUs J. W. STAPLETON, President and General Manager. C. W. CRACRAFT, Secretary. A. D. COATES COMPANY COMMISSION MERCHANTS SI WALNUT STREET, CINCINNATI, but not as horrible as most mothers imagine. Your sons will sutler certain hardships nnd at times lie exposed to danger, but not to the extent thnt you think. He will be fed and well looked out for. If he falls sick or is wounded, he will receive the best medical attention nnd care. Remember if he is wounded severely, the suffering is not great in fact there is ery little pain. Severe wounds are usually not as painful as superTo prove tn! statement all ficial. any one has to do is to visit any milhospital. You will very seldom itary see drawn and dejected faces or listen to groans and complaints, but rather will be struck by the sunny smiles and cheerfulness of the patients. A man who is suffering great-l- v en not be smiling and cheerful; that would be superhuman. I do not make the above statements from hearsay, but from actual experiences, because I myself have been through military hospitals, I was not as a visitor to one of them either. One night while Mt a dance in New York City I walked near a lady who was acquainted with, she was tnlk- ing to a man in civilian cioines, wnen I was nretty near to her she called me and introduced me iu u iiuiu whu u IiU4. he ueiit "over there" in disability. was I then discharged started talking to him in fact, I re lieved the lady and took more in litl in terest in the veteran than dancing. In the story he tooK interest in me as I was what the hun calls a 'Hell Hound," and we have been proving our name to be true in this war. The marines, or "Hell Hounds," must have the credit for turning the tide. While I am on this letter I will write a word of honor for our great General Dayen U. S M. C.. who died on the Cth of Oct with the Spanish influenza. He had prepared for this great drive nnd before he could enr-r- v it out he had worked himself to u very fni'gcd condition nnd was sent back to the States in chuige of tho marine officers training camp. (Juan tico, Va., which was his last military PUBLIC SALE -- OF- Blue-Gra- ss Farm 106 Acres INCLUDING And Personal Property Stock. Crops and Farming Implements At 10 o'clock, A. ML, At Farm fr Wednesday, Nov. 6th On the above date 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, plows, and necessary work harness and buggy harness, vators and one McCorrnack binder in good running order and many other things too numerous to mention. TERMS Liberal and made known on day of sale. 1 five-room 1 I 1 OHIO. HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE Our Specialties Are EGGS AND RABBITS SEND US YOUR TURKEYS FOR CHRISTMAS Coopaand Egg Case Furnished FREE to Our Shippers. WRITE US FOR PRICES. W. R. GOTT, formerly of Lancaster, it with ut. OUR REFERENCEl Pearl Market Banlc, Cincinnati, Ohio. U. S. Food Administration License No. ican soldier being a crock shot of tho world, which fact has been proved in many international matches, will after a while rank as first in snining. Sniping, ns used today, takes us back hundreds of years to the methods of tho American Indian. Sniping is simply the art of scouting that is ol seeing the enemy without being seen, and picking off uny of the enemy who exposes himself. To me it appears quite nil right to get a mun in the heat of battle, but to lay hours nnd days waiting for him to expose him-t.eund then plug him seems a little underhanded. Still if tho enemy is uctive in sniping, wo have no other alternative thun to be twice as uctive. Men nre detailed for n school nnd I when they complete their course they go to the front lines and are lf A few words in regard to shining may help the new recruit who will lie rmiL'ht in the draft nrinv. The Amer post 1 1 two-hors- Arthur C. Hill, Stanford, Ky. COL JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. ig.guiJ - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, November 1 , 1918 Page Seven v v. ...... V ....-...--tf11l,ltt- Gates Half Soles Try them nnd be convinced thnt you enn make your old tire n new by harlriR us half nolo tt with the famous GATES HALF n SOLE. It wll run you 3,500 miles without n puncture. Thcic nre a few of the prices nt the present: Ol'Al 30xo 3 1 x3 ..m,t.m.mwm4i.ttmn-m.w.',4 fa 7 . r '. "As a laxative, ami for stomach trouble, Dr. Caldwell's Syrup V.fii ic i wonderful inv suffered greatly from mdujestwn M , 'bottle." T "' wim after hwuj ( I'roin a IctkT to. I)r. ( nldwi-wntieii liy M Cecil I'itKcrall, 829 14th St., Parkcrsljurg, USED AUTOMOBILES Now is the time to Buy and Save Money. We Guarantee Every Car we sell. rr7 1 mihmmwhi -- III. 51 .... '1 .... .. ...,.. M..,.... ,... HwtHWWIHMIWMtHOWt MMMMMM.MM..a.M.aMMa.MMM.M.... 1270 1 3.45 34x3 ',4 32X4 I'1' - .A- - ... t 147J 1C40 20.10 2U, J3 m.. ,, discomfort. . never he neglected. The diminutive process is an essential factor in digestion and on its proper ftinctioning de)ends the welfare of the entire system. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin relieves constipation without griping or other ' Constipation is a condition that should - ,.,,, ..n.ff- nii.ni.nl-- m 34x4 .MMmMMMlMHNltl ....... 21.30 Hrinjr us your old tire and let us make it new. Syrup Pepsin The Perfect DR. CALDWKLL'S 1918 1915 1916 1916 $1,150.00 Buick, 5 Passenger, 550.00 Oakland, 5 Passenger, 625.00 Overland, 5 Passenger, 600.00 Buick "Roadster, Three 1917 Fords$400, $425, $450. SEE US AT ONCE t The lnernational Rubber Sales Co. DANVILLE, J. C. H. MASTERS, II. hixtithe K.Y. a WILLIAMS. Proprietor. Sold by Dru prists Everywhere 50 rs. (.:.) $1.00 DR. The Danville Buick Co. DANVII LE, KENTUCKY L. B. CONN, Prop. Local Arnl. HaHiMBMaHHnnnRnaH or charge by whiting to 111 B.r.ririr can it obtained ruccS1PCCT. MONIICCUO. ILLINOIS W. CALOWtLU 4S9 WASHINGTON Walnut Street. Phone 798 vl I The Price Is Soon For,"" . r gotten i Quality Is A Sticker When you have bought the John Deere line you have bought the best. Come in and let us .show you. John Deere Slat Hottom Stag Sulky Plows .. .. $75 Plows John Deere Slat Hottom Two-wa$120 .U.hn Deere 10-Van Brunt Drill (complete).. $150 Disc Harrow with Fore Truck I'lhn Deere $65 Cultipackers Duiiham $90 Soil Pulverizers .. Dtinhtm's ... $70 1 1 y 7 . . 10-l- ti . ot Jo an H Rifle Hustonvill e iu2inufeSiCTiMinuutas3zxs2acE:xaui A Feiv Choice and Desirable Town Properties Farms For Sale SEE US & Owens Dinwiddie Hu3lonvilIc Moreland and Attention Auto Owners Stop That Leaky Radiator We make your old ones Hood as new. We sell the Copper King Spark I'lutf, guaranteed!, he life of your car. We have the agency for the Swinchart Tire, 'guaranteed tor 5,000 miles. We carry in stock all kinds ol ot Auto Accessories, Standard Gasoline, 28 cents the gallon. We sellall grades "Mobile"Oil. Call and see us. nd Ind .'n Crook eem ' be h.ir ' HV rt hit b- the tin epidem; 'I e cr- home is havini- from ' I to Tour i nei of it b'.i' tin r. 'been no din'h. We Mr.- gl-to Di The reniain of M' s I.i'l ;i hi tn t 'f i d'ed 'n Cinrmnat' ' -id In ere brough' ht r' ' h I'l Mlddlebiirg oemeter' ir-of nee .ind a 'aurliln dr ,.,d Mr- - Mil ford -- ' ..f tit.- Ir.i Ir 'k . tlOII. " In J (Juineie Itoukinil came dew-i- i from .MoreliiiMl ntunlaj is Ho ustialh full of busiiieoH hf has one or more widows on his string but this time he cemed to have lost out 'itogether with the Indies It is tni" that Johnnie Q. is not a young n ho lived to be, but any woman, v. low, or what not. that needs a! hmso boy," might go farther and always handy at fan worse He going on errands nnd doing little inures around the house I Ullt.JNHfc.lM 'ONE DOSE RELIEVES K..l. v mi h KJ 11 tiniiiM lit v I i. L ..ifii. .. v. i J ...main. mill, ill I.VJl.L11M f ni'IMIVti 'iii. are Waxlungton. The farmers of this section All of our (1 ii sufferers nre getting busv shucking corn "Pape't Cold Compound" emli had Mr. Otto Knslin has been building coldt or grippe in . nlontr wi'll, ntul we hear of no now few hours jcacs We arc hoping tnat the worst a now house for Mr. I roil Irvin. i .Mrs. Clinrlos Trub, of Cincinnati. tmst. Marshall Mi'Whart-- j Is visiting friends and relatives here Relief comes instantly. !i or Preston Miller. Whnt. who are at-- 1 for a few days. A dose taken every two hour unand Virtrice Mr. !!. 0. Russell moved his fam til three doses are taken will md tending school in Lexington, came ily to the vacant house of Mr.Hrein-sho'- s. grippe misery and break up seho'ie i week ago. where he has his saw mill. J. W. I!ato, our townsman and vere cold either in the head, chest, Mr. Paul Knslin, of Camp Huell, body or limbs. traveling salesman, started Tucrdav nosmorning for a tour o! Itusell, Adair who was home on a furlough for It promptly opens elogged-useveral days returned last Saturday. trils nnd air passages in the head, and Taylor counties. .Mr James Kusscli and family are stops nasty discharge or nose runMr and Mrs. John Ncal,. after wending mnrlv tu-- weeks with M- - recovering from the flu. Glad to say ning, relieves hepdache, dullness I W. T. Moore, returned to there arc no more :ie( enses in our nnd ?Jrs. sore throat, sneezing, sore' community. ness nnd stiffness. Ci'finnati Saturday. John Hratchcr, of Iincaster. died There un n llnrk nf viilil ducks Don't stay stuffed up! Quit blow seen on the river below town a few of the flu Saturday night, and was ing and snuflling Ease your throb dnvs inro. which is taken as an in- Miuried Sunday afternoon at the Eph- - bing head! Nothing else in the world osus cnurcn cemetery. His wife anu gives such prompt relief as "Pnpc'i dication of n cold vnve. one small child mourn his loss. There Cold Compound,' which costs only There are several line crops of H a few cents at any drug store in tlni vicinity in pite of the is much sympathy felt for them. very dp; iiimmer and hail and frost. acts without assistance, tastes nice, THE AMERICAN MOTHER is Most of it ha been stripped nnd and causes no inconvenience. Be sure ready for the buyers. (Continued From l'neo Three you get the genuine. Dork Holmes, who has been con- - longing for.an indefinite leave of now to rAK.M 1AJAWS UCRUI to hi 'home near Valley Oakl sence to meet Mr. and Mrs. F. X. En. s noie to reM hanks, or Wayneshurg, hy., my moth- - 'arrange for your January farm loans, on account or ' same work on .1. T. Jasper's now or and father. 1 am sincerely. N lnnn nlnn nlr nlinnt if HOMER D El'BA.N'KS. hmie " the Liberty pike i CORPORAL fee charged. D. A. Thomas, Lan- lT. S. Marines Union ' The Farmers' Naval 65-t- f caster, Ky. thst wns organized here a couple of Long Island, N. Y, Tn"th xince, is now in line working I he order memborhii n rem irg and i made up of the most ro en no firmers in me eommunitv Walter Mosor is MIDDLEBUKC. home from M ...- IUI pi IRI 1 - If-- . I SAl F. J I will sell at public .tuition .tt my home in Crab Orchard, beginning ut o'clock, on SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOV. 2. p I he following described property: NICE YOUNG MARE GOOD YOUNG JERSEY COWv BUGGY AND HARNE1S. SOME FARMING IMPLEMENTS, HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE, ETC. , Terms made knowa on day of sale. MRS. GALEN ROGERS Crab Orchard, Ky. JOHN WHITE & CO, LOUISVILLE, KY. m- -'i I s iw Liberal aisortmant and lull valuo paid Cast RUns MRS Hides and tntittei vzmzzsm rit - ' ' of here - eut - 'iroe i 1 sc , th-i- t - a - U Wdji' mV s sfi s . l' j v - id-- 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, I will sell it to the highest bidder, 'beginning at 10:30 A. M., W.v ' eer ; us 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 143 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 hands and fine workers; one pair of 151 hands, mules, Some nice mule colts. A number of cattle and a big fine workers. lot of farming tools will also be sold at the same time. Terms on the land will be liberal and will be made to suit the purchaser. Lunch will be served on the grounds. The home is close to graded school, churches, being only 1 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 y the undersigned. I 1 1 You're Bilious! ! The place will be divided into three tracts. Tract No. contains 154 acres of splendid level, fertile land. 1 Take Cascarets Pleasant relief for liver and txnvds, and cost lO. a box no enpe! Radiator Repair Shop, 3rd St., Danville, Ky. LISTEN TO THIS Wouldn't you like to live in the Midst of good churches, good schools, good people and shade? If so see MM To the Public: oriir dolhlnc r. I'rt't ar4 I rrprrimt lb. He efficient! Keel gnind! Clenn your torpid liver and sluggish bowels with good harmless Cascarets They don't gripe or sicken. Give your a good cleaning and rid yourself of headaches, bilious spells, dizziness, sallowness, bad breath, stom ach sourncs, gases, etc. Cheef up (ot a box from any drug store. Also best cathartic for biliou, constipated children tastes like can dy but never fnils. Cascarets work while you sleep. ill-ce- B. L. FAGALY AT STANFORD. KENTUCKY He Has a Nice Home ForYou. " AUCTIONEERING Slea Cried Anwke-- CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS This board has received a call for volunteers in the following branches: Co., Chicago. 111. Sd Uj prrlrnt. In niraiurinr and dirrtin( lh. auk Men who have had experience as au inc ol jour clolhri, tirtt mo lh adfantact oirr on. who Ii nil a prartlcil lallor, II you tomobile drivers, truck drivers, cyclists, machinists, typists, stenographwill fir. tup ruur brdrr, I will pr.iuii. rou iqu.r. dral. Tou will ril th wnrlh nf ,0111 ers, clerks and cooks are sought. monrr, rllhtr la lh. chrapot (r.Jfi or lh Competent men will be accepted Ighrr prircs. lij in any of these branches, with the as- ... ........ .............. (. SPRING AND SUMMER Ruiiiiiti' mill .!..... ...Ill 1... rvm uvui-- i incy iwii uc months. Itcport as (lur of lamplrt It now rdr (tr jour la heas in three apUon. I.au now and Ul u. jhow jou early as convenient to Local Hoard . Lincoln county. H. C. Itrrf! and bll madr-- l houw In this ruuntir 1 s i four-year-o- ld t RUPLEY5ST cn get you highest prices for your Und, stock, crops or household goods. I Danville Business School A i MoraUxL JOHN B. DINWIDDLE. Practical Dutinett Education Ab lulnlclj Necettary To Aa ura Succeo. A. B. C. Dinwiddie Undertaker and Funeral Director Junction City, Kentucky t Let the I. J. supply you with yon hae backache the IWer or kidneys are Riire to he out of gear Try Saruil, It does uouders for the liver, kidneys nnd Madder. A trial 50o bottle will convince you. Get It at the dmE store. NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS All persons having claims against the estate of M. D. Elmore will pleuso present them to me, properly verified. Thore indebted to the estate nre requested to settle at once. Mrs. Tlie Danville Business School G'ves Tliis For Catalofua aad Information Ad-aVe- J. B. HUTCHINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Or inquire of J. L. Hutchins, Danville, Ky. R. F. D. No. 2, D. B. HARRIS, Prindpal. Danrilla, Ky. Mattie Elmore, Administratrix. m- - f-t- - 3 - ' .. l'fi'.VA-.j- vj:t.j . ,V - c ruA -- ? - WJVT????. '.' f n ' j .jr. VfWl vh : .. wf - - t TPfta ! Pagt EiJil . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, November 1, a 9m it Ja k,"GRIPPY" RUN-DOW- N SYSTEMS 5 Htm. SEN1CA CAMERAS lII1 need nn iron tonic to rebuild tissue quickly ' Fashioned Grip Tho symptoms of Spanish HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE OF SENICA CAMERAS AND SUPPLIES, LEf US SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS. ' Hi . r' Resembles Old grip Influenza nro very similar to old fashioned pains throughout dlzstl-ne- tlia body, extreme n, IH4h fever, headache, illnlurlici! rilcestton with rtinnlnr.at thr nosj anilr, ana, excessive xtionrlnff an InRam-inKl.in J concratlon oc the mucpiis linings r-s splt-tliii- siedplne, chills, m A IP Manifested by Catarrhal Condition "Willi toms of Influcuza, It Is welt to consult your family rhynlcUn nt oner. It Is not tho illaeise Itsrlf tlmt Is to lie reared no much n It Is the complications which may follow. To ward on? tipnnlah Influenza nr oh an uld to nn returnlnir health after any attack, nothing It better tlmn l)r. Mart-m.- n a World l'amous tho first symp- Fer Catarrh of Every Description Take PE-RU-NThe well known and direct action of Teruna 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. years Peruna has retained Its title as a reliable Forjprly-fi- e to tho health of the American family. EXTKKU.M'E OF rSEIlS THE BEST RECOMMENDATION NUWAItK. N. .1. "I have lis.l A.VNA, OHIO. "I find Pcruna l'eruna for tor Catarrh of the head. I do all you colds and Krlp. It wilt claim and more, itjr keep Tcruna nnd Mtnatln In th family always have a tattle on hand for Mom.ich and howet house nit the tlm." Mrs. A. trouble and colds." Oeo. Clark. 114 JtuciUle. Jor 8. Union Street. Try .Verona First Tablets or Liquid Sold F.Tfrywhere Bare-stu- Mineral fflCONPOUNDjffl If3 jmVi"''" " t1 jM jh liij'hb' concentrated naturnl minural product powerful in iron the icrent-ca- t blood purifier and streiiKthcnor Unlike many iron prepknown. arations, it does not injure he teeth. Especially recommended for complaints arising from kidney conditions, disorders, "Grippy" uric acid, rheumatic pains, and (A. I. M. is blood diseases. splendid for a nasal spray and gargle, prevents Influenza.) Don't delay, call for it today. Acid Iron Minora is n Full directions accompany each tle. At druggist. If not, send to bot- The Lincoln 7. Pharmacy W. ACEY, Proprietor is v . 1 The I &KodUL Store i i i , ii a i i sJ V rai -1,1 'p FERRODINE CHEMICAL VIRGINIA CORP., RONAOKE. THE PENNY DRUG STORE, STANFORD. L inee. He holds a place on the Ju dicinry Committer. Ifls republican Especially for thr Republican Candi onponent, R. S. Huntsman hus com State senator. date! hn Tear In the Fourth disMVt Congress mark the man lien Johnson, the d?mjoratie L I v Manv unusu'il features in Kentucky, but nominee, with five term to hU ervdil, present campaign to his sixth term. none st.imH out more prominently is up for than thi contract between th demo- He is the chairman of fn C. mnfitteo cratic candidates for Senator, Con- on the District of Cilcmliiit, which gress and Appellate Judge, and their conducts the affairs of tho itfrfriil and tho full benefit of your tpare time for (hooting renubhenn opponents, in the matter Washington City, mnkint it ne of the Fall with a Remington UMC Pump Gun of their qualifications and public serv- busiest and hiuhly :mport:int or Autoloading Shotgun and SmoVcIo "Arrow" or The publir service of ice. So marked is the contrast, that an efficiency his renublicnu opponent, John P. when considered l, "Nitre Club" WetprooF Steel LineJ "S,eJ Shell DON'T' i INVITE A COLD OR THE lusis, the democrats should havt a Includes n term as Representamade to tliout right. CRIP against those tive in the Legislature from lire- kin walkover, for pitted If you feel "stuffed up," bloated, served their constituents ridge county, and United States Comwho have Liliou-3languid or have sick headache, long and with ability, nre, in nenrly missioner. our stomach, coated tongue, bail all cases, new anil untried men, hnnllv Against Congressman Arthur II. breath' 6r tther condition' casued by MR. CONN ISSUES WARNING known beyond tho confines of their Rouse, who is scrkinc to for Shoofi njl Rijjht lowed up digestion, a Foley Cathartic in this own counties. stopped Air. F. J. Conn n fourth term is the ilemocratic nomTablet will give prompt relief. It is morning to say that Hallo'een prank-er- s M aaW I TT.. is noc a uncic uui -uif-uaie me enamraiI No wider contrast is possible than inee in the Sixth district, and who, a ncre eiple m aaaw gentle, .wholesome, thoroughly had appropriated a gate from that between Clow A. O. Stnnlev and ns n member of the Important e feature in tKe Remington U NIC Shot- or leansititr physic thut lenves no bad him last night. "Unless it is returned Hruner, his republican Dr. Heh I on Postofllc and Postroads, aaW gum. I hey look. tit. work and ihoot rouai to hnnieat tfteptffccts. Sold everywhere. I hall take the opponent for the senntorshlp. Whatbv next "tVcdnesil-- " In other ways has rendered matter up with the authorities," he ever his other claims, the bitterest nnd cxpeetatiom. service to his ronttitucrts Hid HARRODSBURC. COURT said. He knows who the guilty par- of Gov. Owing to the prevalence of the' tics are and docs not want to make enemyhis eminentStanley readily con- nnd the State, the republicans hne Likewise. Remington UMC Smokeleu "Arrow' and fitness for the put up Virgil Weaver, of Pend!"t.n' llu,".tlire being 1,200 cases in Har trouble for them, but will do so if it cedes' "Nitre Club" Wetproof Steel Lined "Spec J Shells." In point of ability nnd county, who wns never heard of berodsliurg, there will be ho county is necessary. Iiv reason of hii 1 1 venrs' fore. made eomfilttely 'Waterproof by a wonJerful and court .flay Monday. The health aua" congressman, giving himl Durine: his four terms Congress proceaa, richly juitify their selection. thorities have ordered the closing of FULL OF COLD; HAD THE GRIP service a? Many will be pleased to reail how the experience required for the office! man J. Campbell Cantrill. of the Sevthi gtorea there on that date, as there he seeks, and his nearly four years' enth district, the democrat;'' rapdi J Lewis Xewman, 500 Northrand St., You buy the lime popular "Arrow" or"Nitro Club" is generally a crowd in town on the servh is boen one of Charleston. W. Va.. was restored to service as governor. During hiswas a (fatt for first Monday. tranJ, at the regular price, and get the Wetproof imI health. the hardest working meiihem of that He writes: "I was down sick ice in Congress Mr. Stanley provement beii'dei, without extra charge. The aame "and nothing would do me any good. member of the imnortant committees bedy and is recognized :n up-- of 'he THREE POUNDS OF SUGAR hclli, having highett apceJ, bft pattern anJ penetration. Agriculture, nnd, after most influential n in Coneress. sugar allowance of two pounds I was full of cold. Had the grip until on Rules and The ns Je still better. When they "ought to" be af feeted by monthly for house-- . I got two 50c bottles of Poleys the dethronement of Speaker Cannon, He is chairman of ihe Committee on a ,perabn framing the new House Industrial Arts nnd Kvpositions and danp atorage or soaking wet from a thowcr. they will holders has been increased to three noney anu lar, It is the best remedy he nssisted in pounds monthly by food Adrainis for grip and colds I ever used." Sold rules that governed the abody until i has a place on the Important Rules be found hard and amooth as mual, will work through majority Committee tht atTtcts the democrats obtained everywhere. trator Hoover, eftVctive today. the gun perfectly and ahout right. in the House of Representatives. legiflntinn. His repiihlicmi opponent when he was made chairman of the A. II. Hummond of Kstitl counts, is In lliicl fowJer ihelLt. buy the olJ reliable sDechil committee to investigate the a "dnrk horse" that was never henrd e Steel Trust. Gov. Stanley is an able of before. "New Club." now Vetproof aealed at 1 lawyer, and for many years was the Another democratic Congressman turnover and tup wij, chief counsel for the Kentucky toto n sixth tism until you cleanse your blood of bacco grower", the mine workers and now seeking S1J ly Sforlmf GooJs Dtaliri in Vour Community of Liniments Will Never Cure. the germs that cause the disease. shippers in their light against the rail- term, is Hnrvev Helm,of the Kiirhth CUtn J ,1 yur fm ilk HEM OIL, lk mbift-the Commitdisttict. tnd chairm.in If you are afflicted with Rheuma- S. S. S. has never had an equal as a roads. IwwJr tl,tl, aJ Rim Prttal,v tee on the Census, which will be one tism, why waste timo with liniments, blood purifier and scores of sufferers Against this record. Dr. Hruner, of the most important in the next blood of The REMINGTON ARMS UNION lotions and other local applications say that it has cleansed their who ns'iires to wo.r the toga of a that never did cure Rheumatism, and Rheumatism, and removeo all trace Kentucky senator, canonly point to Congress, preparatory to taking the METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO.. Inc. His republican oppon1920 census system. never will? of the disease from their service of one term in the Legisla- ent is 12. L. Davison, of Lincoln counDo not try to rub tho pain away, S. S. at your Get a bottle of S. ture as the Representative from Hart WOOLWORTIl UUILDINO NEW YORK CITY newcomer, whose for you will never succeed. Try the drug store, ond get on tho riuht coimtv and four venrs as Secretary ty, na seat in Congress is remoteheclaim that to is a you want speplan of finding the cause of treatment If of State, when that office ilid not rise brother of George M. DavUon, who thfe pitiri, ond bo after that. Remove cial medical advice, you can obtain it above the dignity or n clerkshiu to i . the cuutfe. and thero can be no pain. free by addressing Medical Director, the governor. Dr. Hruner gained his servedtoone term in congress from 1899. 1807 You Trill never be rid of Rhouma- - 23 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. he grmluuted from a dennrefiv wht-Kentucky has a direct part in ii tal college, but it has been a long the management of tho j'reat war. time since he worked with the forceps. Coni'rwsmnn William J. Fields of A vast disparity exists between the the Ninth district, being the rnnMng democratic and republican candidates member of the Committee on v for Conirress in the Fifth district. He has served three Affairs. Swagar Sherley. the democratic nomi- terms and is now seeking nee for has served eight to n fourth ns the democratic nomiconsecutive terms or 1G years, and in nee. Trumbo Sncdeger, of Hath point of ability easily ranks among the countv, his opponent, is still in the foremost men in that body. As- - the "maiden" class, his being the dischairman of the great Committee on tinction of having lost every race in Betimpropriations, he is a national fig- which he was opposed or a republiure, second only to the President, in can nomination, including once for the conduct of the great world war. State senator, and twice for No man in the United States has such in the Legislature. a grasn of the details of the nntionnl in the Legislature. expenditures, nnd it is because of Journal. this fact thnt President Wilson has expressly urged his to MOTHER! YOUR CHILD -Congress nt such n critical time in IS CROSS. FEVERISH. CKAU ORCHARD, KENTUCKY FROM CONSTIPATION the national history. All thnt can be !l said for Charles F. Ogden, his repub- If tongue it coated, breath baJ, lican opponent, is that he is a sucttomach four, clen liver cessful damage suit lawyer without . ....,-- i .i. gi t .M-i- i t and bowels public experience as n legislator, .or Give "California Syrun of Figs" in any other publle capacity. ! In the First district Judge Allien at once n tensnoonful today often W, Uarkley. the democratic nominee, saves a sick child tomorrow. little one Is If who js up for to n fourth hnlf-sii- vour isn't eating term in Congress, is n member of acting naturallyresting, Mother! and -l- ook. WxvJesg sold my farm, I will sell at public outcry to the fee the Committee on Interstate nnd For- if tongue is coated. This Is n sure eign Commeice. Before his election ign highest bidder, on its little t,tomnch, liver nnd that to Congress, he fcrved as County At- bowels are clogged with waste. When torney and County Judge of f verish, stomach cross, irritable, county and was widely or has alomach-nche- , Oct. 28th to Nov. 3rh. incl. and the FREIGHT. known ull over Western Kentucky, sour, breuth bnd throat, full of cold, BEGINNING AT ONE O'CLOCK Opposing him the republicans have diarrhoea, sore i'ive a teaspoonful of "California. put up W. G, Howunl, of Marshall Syrupof Figs," and In u few hours oy the premises on the Springfield pike one mile from price is "Clear Money" to you. Ship your The Tri-Stacounty, who is scarcely known outside all the constipated poison, undigested j Lebanon the following of his ovmi county, and has never beyou can always do bettoon unii sour uu' geniiy moves out cteam DIRECT to the Tri-Stnfore figured, in politics. of its little bowels without pri 'ni' Gongrt)mun David II, Kiiulwloi', nnd you have ti well, playful child ter dealing PMECT. Shippers from prepaid points will of the Second district, is another again. 7 coirj and 5 calves, all registered Poll Angus; 1 have the freight added to their checks. member of the Kentucky delegation Mothers con rest ensy after Fall Augus bull, extra fine. These cattle are of Ruth's, who hus made good in the two terms ing this harmless "fruit luxa'ive " behe lias served, nnd he Is running on his cause it never fails' to cleanse the lit' Pride, tlether Blooms, Black Birds, etc., strains, and record for TRI-STAT- E as the demo-eruti- c tie one's liver and bowels and rueetcn trill be furnished at sale. 20 head of grade cat-ttnominee. He is a member of the stomach and they deurlv loo its heifers, steers and cows. 12 fat hogs and a lot of the Committee on Met chant Marine, nleasant taste. Full directions for United Statea Tood Admlnt (ration Llcenie No. C18I52 anut shoats. 1 large mule; 5 horses rid has wo other important assign-mentf- i. babies, children of nil nges nnd for There Is recognized available grown-up- s from J to o years old. A complete set of blacKsmith, tools, printed on each bottle republican congressional timber in CINCINNATI, OHIO Heware of counterfeit fig syrups firming implements of all kinds, the Second district, but the party but Ak vour druggist for a bottbi of ( h in good repair, disc cutter and" pipe, 2 up against mm an unknown 'n the "California Syrup of Figs;" then see Juts your own cans or write if you need cans. WE PAY person of Ren T. Robinson, of Hop-kin- s Hint it is made by the "C&lifurnh iv4.goas ana lot of harness, and some household and county. THE FREIGHT. Guarantee your cream and cant against kitchen furniture. Fig Syrup Company," Having served four ternu, Con. , Temts announced at sale. J. T. CARSON. hits. Logan Hubblo sold to T. C. Ranirressman It, Y. Thomas, Jr., of the SIMS, Auctioneer. I'flKt. TUm. Third district, Is seeking kin a pair of mules for $G00 and an riiiiiii ii,ii to a fifth term us the democratic nom uged mule for f 175. fcc-tioCri-silli- s; , GARRARD COUNTY DEATHS The Lancaster Record contains mention of the following deaths in Garrard county: John Hratcher, nfred 21, a fornyr Lincoln county num. He left a wife, 'who was the daughter vf G: tteriltc, of the Waynesburg Wesley Anderson, aged 20, nnd a son 'Of 'McClelland Anderson r,f the FlatwiftMs section; Mrs. Virginia Criscillis, nued 66, wife if J. C. frank Walker Hester sin of Zack Hester: Mis? Lettiu Bprwell I'cyton, aged 2D, daughter of Mrs. Lou 1'eyton. Only five weeks ago her father was buried. ment. Lieut. Lisle Harrison, son of W. L. Harrison, of Lebanon, was killed in an nirnlane nccident in France on Oct. .'I. Harvey Jordan shot and killed Ashur Scott near Bowling Gredi and made his escape. The trouble came up over n cow. The German grip on the Hawaiian sugar industry has teen broken by the sale to Americans of the German corporation that controlled the islands' sugar production. William A. Sandusky, master commissioner of Jessamine circuit court, a nrominent citizen of Nicholas- ville, is dead. He leaves a wife, who is a sister of W. P. Kincnid. formerly of this city, and three children. The influenza epidemic situation in Louisville continues to show improve- HERE. THERE. EVERYWHERE COMPARISONS ARE ODOROUS 1 Shotguns and Snotshells GET i& ;J lias-wel- - Com-mitU- AV I 1 s. r.-- You Can't Rub It Away: vl J V Rheumatism is in the Blood " to-da- y. n Ball Band Rubbers and Overshoes Mlli-tnr- For Men, Women and Children. Buy early; supply is limited SALTONE New Saltone Received. Nothing Renre-sentati- w. ter for Your Hogs. Try It E. PERKINS Courier-- W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. .. iti.-- ... PUBLIC SALE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14th Personal Property: 60 C te per pound for Butter Fat. tc t ped-fctret- is e, BUTTER COMPANY sjfi es-ijiu- e 13-inc- &