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The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, Nov. 12. 1918 Tuesdays and Fridays .. - feMmw f'mpzmspmmm H it jt if' hjv It Jar V Kr k ri. ?.- I. - f. p tf t DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER HIGHLAND MRS. LOUISE TATE DEAD, THANK QOD THE WAR 18 OVER. Albert K. Smith, or Adair, was killed Sister Cook is with her son, II. S. Mrs lionise Tate, rolict or Mr. W Deserted by all of her allies nnd In This Billion Vault In action In Franco. P Tate, died In a I,oulsvlllo aanltarl. beaten to a frazale, Germnny hail to Cook, nt present. A Columbus, o.( man killed his wife urn Friday evening and the remnlns .. Sain Walls, who has recovered Liberty Bonds Sold In This accept the drastic terms laid down while celebrating' peace. were brought to the home of her son, to her and unconditionally surrender from the flu la nt homo now. Court day was col Nil o(T at Carlisle Mr. C K..Tatc, In this city on tho Sunday night when tho cruel, bitter George YounR and Lawrence Hough noon train Saturday. Sunday at 2:30 war waged tiy tho kaiser against the made a business trip to Dnnvilie last yesterday on account of the "flu." IJBEKS3 Thomas D. Jones, former sheriff of P M. they were taken to Iluffalo rest of mankind to accomplish his week. Mr. Dave Hurton and Mr. Jnko Montgomery county, is dead of Infill-enr- Springs Cemetery and laid to rest by ambition to conquer thn world came the sldo of her husband, who preceded to a victorious close after lasting four YounK me hnvini repairs made on "Huston Grnves, a prominent citron her to the grave some 12 jears Dr years and four months. Hut for tha their dwelling. Mr. nnd Mrs. Manfred Chcvolet of tho Nevada flection of Mercer, Is II J. Hrnzclton made appropriate re- participation of the United States It in irks at tho grave attended the funeral of Mrs. Llllic dead. Deceased was might have gone on Indeflnlely or JUdgo W. V. Gregory, of Ma field Miss Umlse Rose, wns born May 2C, have been won by the ile.ist of Ilerlin. Chcvolet at Kins Mountain. Mr. and Mrs. Clnronce Hurton, of will 'succeed M. M. Logan as hend of lS'lfi. nnd was united In marriage to Murdering our people on land and V Mr P. Tate In 1801. There wero sea, and invading our rights everyDetroit, hnve come to the country the Htato Tax Commission. Prof A. II, Nelson, for jears mem. hum to them two children, Mr Tate, where, thcro was no way of iscapo on account of their baby's health. The Mod rains nre certainly ap- her of Centre Collegu faculty, Is (lead nbovo mentioned, and Madame 1M for us oxeept to partlciputu and win Chnlsel, of Southern Frame. Mr and what tho allies could not have easily preciated around here nsso many peo- In Danville nt an advanced age. Oklahoma has romo Into line with Mrs Tate moved from Casey county accomplished without us. Thus tho ple had to cany or haul water for many other States In the suppression to Stanford In ISS:.. whero they had land of the free nnd thu home of tho ocr thing--. public lived continuously up to deaths brave, appreciating the benefits of In Mr. J. M. Ilastiu received n tele- of tlin German language. Mrs. Tate also leaves 11 sister. Mrs freedom and knowing thu horrors that gram from Sheibyville, Intl., thut his plary. , k !T BBBVBHBBBBBBBk i JilBBBBBBBBI Im a fight between Lunar Monarch Prewltt, of Louisville, and a brother. must bo experienced by those, who aro son, Snm, also grandson, were very J . and bis undo, Ed Monarch, noar On. John Rose, of Uotilder, Col Early In subject to tho will nnd caprices of one low with flu. Mrs. II. Hatfield is nt 'her son, eushoro, the former 'killed the latter life Mrs Tate Joined tho Christian man, responsible to none but himself, church and for more than a half has opened the way to universal lib. ? k Clarence Hatfield's, near N'ew Salem, with a vhovcl. Il) O. Miilllgs, age 74, a highly re. cuitury she was a valiant worker In erty and freedom and made tho world helping to nurse the whole family iBBTBYBiBTBTB.BTBTrBBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBBTBTBTBl Hpoqkd citizen of Rockcastle county her Master's vineyard. She was a safe for Democracy throng the influenza. and therefore The influenza, of course, is the prin- and ('Ivil Wnr veteran, Is dead in the most excellent woman and to know more fit to lire in. It Is a grand nnd her was to admlro her ciple talk of the day, so the most of Miilhus section. Sho was glorious achievement and tho whole John Steelo, 73, one of the wealthl. greatly beloved hero and when infirm- unlvcrso will Join in pralso to this this letter may be about people who LiZZaBTBTBTBYBYBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBY est residents of Jessamine county, ities began to envelop her system country and thanksgiving to God who have been felled by it. Ho had those was almost as much sorrrtw ex made us the Instrument of such great Mrs. Rube Milton received a tele- died at hla country home. pressed by her friends as when It and lasting good. gram from Hurnsidc that her daught- been 111 for thrco months. of huge nutus of monuy over bonds of (bu h)urtli whlcb The board of health of Washington was mado known that death had Many as aro tho words of tho EngNovell, wnfc nt the" MENTION give u the thrill It onrrt , an about to be (hipped Ian to the er, Mrs. out comity has removed the ban on pub. claimed her. A largo number of lish language, they aro Impotent to y tk& tmfore mouthing bank and thence distributed to you point of death. Mrs. Melton left r not used to lice gatherings, tho Influenza situation friends attended her burial and flow- express the wonderful accomplishUk to be with her. total of war loans and wax x who bought them In thn trunk find ers brought by loving friends hid ments under tho administration of Among; the sick folks who may having so greatly Improved. on the (able In the picture there, are pfne. Pinned under an up. turned nutnmo-blli- the mound that marks her resting President Wilson, tho greatest man hnve the flu at the present nre Mrs. Ilt "whn rou actually stand in about JV'UVWJ.OOO worth of bondK. Utile room about 12 fret widr ind SO Some.of thn burden of distribution Josie Iluddlcston, Willie and Dean-war- d the body of W. T. llratcher was place. Unbounded sympathy goes out that tho world has ovor known. After fm dwji and are told thut K wan lifted from tbn phnulder of the to the family and friends whose loss trying in every way to keep us out of near 0cn-bornnd George Young, Hobble d found alongside a road I) contains round binion of d ni.vr men In the photo In the fourth Ionn. Ho had started to Louisville. has been Irreparable. . war, he went Into It to win, when It and Mr. Joe Ernst's family, Lizamjir-oirttlr-- i. tii Urcla Hani's bwt eurn-nrThe bondn were shipped to Uie bnnks Val Gorham. San Francisco street became Inevitable, and from a peace, tb old thrill i jhound to take In Ihu Cincinnati and I'lttrburgh ter- zie Wnrfield had it. AGED CITIZEN DIES. ful and prosperous nation converted Uncle Snm can depend on this part sweeper, loft an estate of $20,000 it dehold of you. ritories from tho branch banks In Mr Jesso Huston, one of the oldest It Into a war machine that was In. Abovo U depict, the "billion cltlex. In the prerlous lonnn nil of the country furnishing boys for veloped when a nephew naked permistliote but Tafclt" In lhp biUemcntlnr the ltd were FlilpMd direct from Cleveland. war since our Inst letter the following sion of tho Etipcrlor Court to lnest men In the county, and a splendid vincible. Nothing in tho history of tho $10,000 of tho money. oral Ream-re- , Iltjof Cleveland ojri In this x.tme Tault are bandied nil fnthers nre rejoicing over the gentleman, died at Ills homo near world furnishes a counter part to tho Mberty Ilonds, 7011 who lire In Hie the otrllllcUes of Indebtetlnens which It U possible that nearly 100 per Ilustonvllle at 3 o'clock Saturday prompt change from peace to war of new sons, namely: J. M. V)urlh Kedcral Reserve district, bivei are boucht by bonka In tho Interim Wnrfield, II, 0. Young, Iogau Car- tent change In text books used in the morning of paruljsis. Ho was strick- with tho raising of an army of milbnun In that vnnlt. . And lhesn men btween Mberty Ilond Imiuhh und schools of Kentucky may be inado by en Thursday and continued to grow lions of fighters and the making of rier nnd Green Carrier. handled them before tbey,wrnto )nu . which are turned In In payment for y The preachers as well as the tho text book commission soon to be worse until the end came. He was 87 every kind of munition, and the The lhre men shown ar- - V A. . bond when Iho purch-isIs made. ears old and the greater part of his J in which It was done must forKleeb. auditor of thn IJNrty Io,in In the Third Ioan those men han- teachers arc getting a vacntinn, so appointed by Gov Stanley. Health Commissioner Copeland, of honorable life was spent lu this coun- ever bo a monument to tho brain and luirtmcnt of tlu bank, I) II CIimkiit. dled, checked and hlilppe two and a Rev K. K. Young, after getting ptwtodin of and C. II Onf lulf nilllion pieces and In the fourth moved to his new appointment at New York City, estimates that there ty. His widow survives, as also do energy of tho president and his noble Oth. aulittant auditor of tb- - IJtH-r- t tmn they handled, checked and Yankectown, Ind., brought his family are about 21.000 children in the city two sons, George Huston, of Casey, army of assistants. There wero as Loon Department. They ar chitkins shipped four million. and spent n week with his parents who hao been made full or half or- and William Huston, of Hustonvllle. usual drillers and critics, but they The burial occurred In. tho Huston- havo been forcod to cover and to adhere, then went on to Vincent, Ows- phans by Spanish Influenza. Many of the cities declared a half vllle Cemetery Sunday morning In mit that nothing liko.it was ever acPHC6I0ENT PHOCLAIMS VN RISES ON MON- - ley county, to visit Mrs. Young's parSATURDAY lioJIdiy,. .Monday that tho winning of the presenco of a large number of tho complished beforo and to pralsa the ARMISTICE SIONHO. "AniM: sets on shattered ents. directing hand that has brought us In cloven old gentleman's friends. Miss Fannie Young, who tenches tho war might be celebrated. lnldent Wilson Issued n formal IDOL safely and victoriously out of horrirtMlamntlnq, announclnR that the ur- -' the Hucnn Vista school in Harrison Louisville the saloons wero ordered with tiormnny tins been) Saturday murntng he mlstlco countv; MKs Serene, who tenches the closed that John Harleycorn might be ANNUAL MEETING RED CROSS ble war to enjoy blessings and tho KlrCKvl', an follows II, (Jertnau eniporor nnd primnrv department nt South fork, barred from tho Jojftst. Please, take notice that the Annual benefits of peace foreror, lot ns hope. Our Joy over tho rosult makes us Russians facing In Meeting of the Lincoln County ChapSolo arbiter over nnd Miss Lucilc, who had just begun "My Kollo.lountrmon starvation The nr. I g of Prussia BiAttlcti wan signed this ruornlnK t'1 fnt of soventy million men. wo- - teaching nt Greasy Ridge, are all at Eastern Russia arc choking the roads ter of tho American National Red almost too full for ntteranco and we t'ommaniler-ln- ryLhlng for which America fought I i and children. home with their parents, Mr and Mrs. leading to Siberia in their search for Cross will be held on Wednesday, No- think nothing more appropriate now han been accomplished It will now I I ,ef of tho Ccrmun army and navy, C. M Young. vember 20, 191S, at 2:30 o'clock at the than tho grand old doxology: Mr. Willie Hnl!. the food and peace. Russians are awaitPresident Wilson, Court House for the election of an Ex. Pralso God from Whom all blessings ir fortunnta duty to nsslst by ex. mil as such supremo war lord- - Over- teacher here, is with his parents near ing word fromAllies fearing that tho flow, kingdoms, ssa4a, by sober, friendly counsel und lord of four six grand Mt. Olive, Casey county. hate abandoned ocutivo Committee, consideration of y material aid In thn estahllsbmont dn'ihles, flYo duchies, seven prlncl-- p Dewey Lewis, who has been at them to tho Uolshevlkl. and action upon reports, and transac- Pralso Him all creatures hero below, 11 lea, thrMj "fre President Wilson has asked Food tion of such other business as may Pralso Him abovo ye heavenly host, throughout the towns" and one work nt Detroit for some time started f list democracy Virtu, home to visit his folks a few days be- Administrator Hoover to represent properly corao before tho Chapter. Pralso Father. Son and Holy Ghost. "!: I hsland," Alsnce-UirralWOODIIOW WIION wrl4. al o.vner of 10S.7SO squam miles, with fore being called to service by Undo the United States in relief work to be Fiich member of the Chapter is earCOUNTY COURT DAY. Crvatly Denfitil by Ckambrlain' a tot.il frontier length of 4.570 miles Sam, as he had recently volunteered; carried on in counnestly urged to bo presont. Esther W. A rather small crowd attended court Tabl.ts. Mr. Hover will bo aided by Hurch, Secretary. AIih iwtii r of dependencies of various hut he onlv got as far as Mr. C. M. tries Monday, due no doubt to the fact thnt 1 am thankful for the jrood I have globe aggregating 1,027,. Young's, p.iris stopped to his rrTcd by usin Chamberlain's Tab- I S"H of tho nilli'K and twelve million sister, where phe Young, nnd see got Chairman Hurley, of the Shining there is so much suckness in the Hoard. SIX OF FAMILY DOWN Mr. H. he s'luaro let. About two yenn aijo when n country. There wero about 600 cattle Plans are being perfected by County keran tnkini them I wns suffcrinir Saturday night, and ever down with the flu nnd is there yet, n.it Six members of tho Wall family of on tho market, the greater portion t of jrreat ilcnl from (listtei after entitle; aft r tie lit llerr Wlllielm Hohenzol-terbut is getting better. Mrs. II. P. Superintendent of Schools II. V. Rowland aro at the emergency hos- which changed hands. uaii from hcatlnche and a tired, Prices ranged of Madison county, whereby pital and all are getting along as well S) grace of his peoplo l.ouls. Young is the only one that has taken fueling due to indiestinn and a from 7c for common stuff to 10c for torpid liver. Chamberlain' TnhleU llle I'ernhl. it from him so far. She is real sick nil soldiers who may desire to do so as could be expected. The ladles In a bunch of superior GOO.pound year), upon their return home may bavo the ehargo aro untiring In their disorders in n short carrecteil tlu-fat this writing. efforts for ings Tho demand for all grades was Iimv, and since taking two bottles of YOUNG TURKEYS WILL Tho housekeepers of fairly good This neighborhood has hud only one privilege of attending the public tho patients tkem my health Inn been iiood," Hutcher stuff brought NOT BE MARKETED tho town aro showing their Interest from 7c to 7 Haruood, Auburn, rrntes Mrs. M, death from the flu, or rather pneu- schools free of charge. There wero a lot wild for Ihiuksgivlng will Tho meeting of the Kentucky Hap. and willingness to do their part by the Tuiltt N, T. monia, following it. It being that of of mules on tho market aud many be larg. than In previous Mr .1 II. Htiddleston, the this tlst General Association, which was way they respond to tho request for bold, pricing ranging all tho way from According to the New York Times' ears uinouiiced b tin er j of Mr. Jim Skidmore (instead of to havo been held this week In meals to be sent for tho patients. is Foch J 125 for aged mules and $G0 to 990 for military expert, Mnrshnl designed to the Fihi Adinitilstrator that man or a Mr. Kittrell either, as Campbellsvllle, Ky., has been postmulo colts. Tho horso market was triklnc the American forces the prevent jounger aud lighter birds be- the I .1 wns LIKE OLD TIMES informed ) Sir. Htid- poned because of conditions brought quiet, only a fow soling at any price. of his plan for (Sermnny'a McetiKed poultr) ileal-e- r ing iiifuktteil about the Influenza epidemic. Tho Joy that now fills tho hearts of The dleston was mnrried to Miss Josephine It it seen tltnt by cutting the a are riH'Htid by the Kooil F. REID SALE FRIDAY. Skidmore ncntlv a yenr ago and Ins meeting will bo held at tho nppolnted parents to know that their loved ones Mat railroad the Germans will be in: to bu) tuileys of less been making his home with Mr. Skid place December 2 to 5, with Uaptlst may boon be with them again will As will bo seea by reference to our cwt off from their food stores and ministers and In) men from than tight poiir s nelght nor toiiis more tho ending columns, Mr. P. Held, who b.ie of supplies, making their ov udghliiK li s thin twnh" pounds he more since then. He worked in the of the Stato In attendance.- - all parts of tho than equal that of wo aro told advortihlng his Civil War, when postponed sale on nccount of bad oil wells here, nlso nt Irvine. He had from Sedan impossible. ne To mnserve cold ok.ii llmimn 7 w eather somo two wckB ago, they used to sing: has de. been mnrried before and his children CHANGES MIND ABOUT GOING The boys aro coming homo again, storage spa ' nrf,ieil fut army food A GOOD TIME IS COMING cido to hold It next Friday, rain or and other relatives live at Monti- AWAY to With tho war over and tho "tin" sup lies de.i'erh ire !tustcd The war will soon be o'er, Ho will dispose of some splenshlno cello. His daughter nnd two brothers "Fho ears ago doctors told mo Oh, wont It bo a happy time did horses, cattle, n lot of feed, etc. t oa Ihu wane, It lookn as If u good time ceun- the ''in basing of tnrkejs In. attended the burying here. It wns I would havo to move my wife to will be ono of the biggest sales held When we meet to part no more.. H coming und that we will have more temled fm 'It atiksgiviiig ronsumption sad indeed to seo only the family in cllninte, as she suffered so with urvr to be thankful for tho com. after Nnir ' r I0 nnloss 'or point1 the funeial procession. In this section In u long time and a Ikau I Htomach and liver troublo and bloaturgli md Ilufalo. 1 uest of 11 THE HUNTING LAW. great crowd will likely attend. The lax Thanksgiving, Mrs. Mittie Mnck and son Hilly, of ing Also, that she would have to Game Warden Sam J Einbry re. War Mothers of this city will furnish Rig Springs, Neb., were the guests of have an opciation for gall stones marked to this paper yesterday that tho dinner, which means that It will her brother, C. M. Young, for the first Our mall carrier told 1110 of Mior's there aro those who evidently think bo a good ono. time in 10 years. On nccount of tho Wonderful Remedy and. on his advice. the law regarding hunting has been flu scare coming immediately after sho sho has taken It nnd U row as well changed as he has found several over CENTRE DEFEATS GREAT LAKES irtit here, she did not get to see the as ver lit In a great game of foot ball at Danher life." It U a simple, on their neighbor's premises without folks she had planned to. She was harmless preparation o that retnovos hunting license. Tills is strictly ville Saturday afternoon Centro by her sisters-in-ladefeated Great Lakes 23 to 0. tho catarrhal mucus from the Intestiagainst tho law Every purson must g- Iteu'iere, I will Having sold my farm and decided to Mrs. K K. nnd Mrs. II. S. Young. nal tract and allays the Inflammation have a hunter's llcenso to hunt on The game was much closer than rll at my place, at public auction, 2 mitet Sout'i of Otlenlieim, on Mrs. E, K. Young, of Kenesaw, only whli h causes practically all tho scoro Indicates. A large crowd stomach, other than their own premises. Ridge Koad near Milton Warren's Store, on the Chestnut spent one day in Highland. She vis- liver and intestinal witnessed it. Tho line-u- p plunging of ailments, including ited her sisters at Mnvwood nnd Stan- appendicitis Ono dose will umvlnce McMillan und the drop kick by RobSATURDAY, NOVEMBER, GET CARTONS AT P. O. ford, but the ninin object of her visit o money refundud. Tho Lincoln Tho cartons for the oversea Christ. erts from the 50.yurd lino were featCommencing promptly 9l30 A. M., tho following described property, was to sec her son, Jou P. Young, who Pharniaij; Tho Ponny Drug Store mas packages are at the post olllce ures of Iho game. ts tit Camp Tajlor, Mrs. II. S. ONE EXCELLENT TEAM OF HOUSES G AND 7 YEARS OLD, "To hell with thu Hapshtirgs und Instead of tho War Relief room. Do DRAFT CALLS ARE CANCELLED Young anil girls, of Holstein, went not forget to bring your label when WEIGH FROM 1,300 TO 1,400 POUNDS, 8 GOOD FAT HOGS, lly order of President WiUon, Profrom here to Science I ill. to visit lloheiuollurns," says Hon. llonry ou come for cartoon. Romember nil TWO GOOD MILK COWS, ONE FRESH WITH CALr her father, the Rev. John Godhev. Waltnrson, and uo ull Join In a glovost Marshal General Crowdor t',1. packages must bo returned for Inspec. UV SIDE, THE OTHER WILL HE FRESH THE Mr II. S. Young, who came after his rious amen. rocted the cancellation of all outstandtloti and mailed by Nov 20th FIRST OF JANUARY family, spent only one night with his ing draft cull, stopping the movement 1 good Feed Cutler, I Wagon, About Croup' I will alto sell 200 shocks of Corn, during the not five days of 252,00t brother here, ns ho wns getting seared 1 SELL ALFRED DAUCH FARM. 1 good Range Stove, 2 good Heaters, Dresser Led good as new, If your children nre subject to' about tho flu. They all went back by Hlutt & Hurnildo have mild to To I nam nnd setting aside ull November and a number of Ueditends and Springs. Also I will sell several big Louisville to see their sister, Mrs. croup, or it you have reason to fear also a fine lot of Buckwheat, about 50 busbals o( cans of Molasses Prultt, of Hackley, Garrard county, culU for over 300,000 meu. their being attacked by that disease, Serena Light. Oats, 70 bushels of Potatoes, 13 bushels of Hrans, 75 Chickens of tho Alfred Haugli farm of 35 acres, you should procure 11 bottle of Uhum. different kinds, and many other things too numerous to mention will CONSIDERABLE CELEBRATION Im sold at tlds sale, Sals Will take place raiu or sbUe. ' Don't forget be Haiti's Cough Remedy nnd study the noar Highland, for 12,100. Sleep and Rest Patriotic untbualasts did constdcra. Ism date. Come Onej Come All. directions for use, so that in cusc of One of the most common causes of Seventy-liv- e per cttnt of tha wuulth bio vulebrutlur; hure last sight. Inf insomnia and restlessness is indti'es. an attack you will know exactly what C. L. SHOEMAKER 'on Toko ono of Chnmberlaln's 'course to pursue. This is a favorite f tho country s n tho hands of stead of tho world war bolng over, it Tablets imedintelv nfter suuner and ,und very successful remedy for croup, of VJ,600 looked to taiikt of iu is II it had Just Col, M. H. JOHNSON, Auctioneer. sen If vnti iln not rest better nnd sleep I nd it b important thnt you observe j families rccclvimc incomes begat. or less. the dimtioua carefully. better. They cost ooly u quarter. .i.. Dollar All Are Handled District a. 11 sbKvbybybybhiw bbbwbbbbbbbbbbbIVjbbSbbbSbI law jiOibjbjbjbSb3!!L LIuIbbBbbb! ''BI HbbbbbbbbbbbbbH Fri-dn- vj po-ni- al Kin-cai- u. y ar-riv- al rap-Idit- IV-.- ' r e-- :. no. p n Inn-icui- d 1 c. jer son-in-la- bul-war- k t. Admln-Utrat'o- . - or 11 Public Sale t: 11 Col-leg- loth I yv "V . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, Nov. 12. 1918 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J. H. Wrluhl mt ? 'I . FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN LINCOLN COUNTY'S QUOTA LINCOLN COUNTY ACTUALLY E. C. Wlton p.Xi-!.- . nnd $338,350 386,900 SUBSCRIBES LINCOLN --- -- N COUNTY NATIONAL BANK'S QUOTA OF THIS AMOUNT WAS 33.5 PER 112,350 CENT, OR UNCOLN 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. Lincoln County Mil mtlut. Tho report Iho night of llio election that Clump Clark hail gone down In tho general wreak fortunately for him I proved untrue Ho returned to congress by a substantial majority but will ho forced to ntidlratc tho speaker ship. Champ In iv fine old fellow, per. Bonall)', hut tin I given to making In rcgretablo excusable remarks nnd Kor In'tanco he opposed mistake tho draft law and said a conscript wan little better than a convict, when tho draft wan tho only way to rnlsn tho necessary army In law numbers and quickly Wo Imvo often thought that tho hand of Ood was evident when Wood row Wilson was nominated for president over Kentucky's cholco, according to convention the Hon. Champ Chirk, of In fact wo do not bollovo Missouri that there Is a man In the United States that could hao accomplished what President Wilson has, When Hrjan was In the flush of his popularity, we heard an enthusiastic but free sllverlte say that ho mas tho greatest We took (lssuo man since Chr'st with him but If he was to say tho same of Woodrow Wilson vc would bo glad to let It go at that. No other man In the history of the world ever measured near him. It Is Indeed unfortunate that the president will have to ileal with a hostile congress after March 4 next. Until bodies' will havo Hopubllcan ma- ttr4 mt ( neend rii AlanfaM, Kf., M "r COLD WEATHER SAYS MUNSINGWEAR wpp u. i v. National Bank The Bank on the "corner next to Court-house- " U. S. ARMY SHOES BEST FOR ALL PURPOSES Men's Sizes XXI )kS Bys Sizes jorities and bo organlied with committee chairman, who will try to put mumbling blocks In the program of the president. It is especially regret, tahlo that the senate is Republican, since that body Is charged with the ratification of treaties which require a two.thirds majority. With tho election coming on in 1920, the Republicans will spare for advantage in everything and keep their eyes always open to party benefit The safest and best way Is. If the treaty can be presented for ratlflca. Hon before the close of tho present congress, to uso every effort to that end, as wo aro sure this congress can do more for tho permanent good of tho world than one dominated by tho lodges, the I'enroses, tho I'olndexters and others of that ilk. pres-ldentl- al We have your size and any fabric you want Cotton, Lisle and Woolen. These garments are cut to fit and made to wear longer than any underwear on the market. We have these in Shorts, Longs and Regulars. That's why they fit the form of any man. You will appreciate Munsingwear. McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley "The House of Quality" When the kalsed took the altorna-liv- e of abdicating or being slain by his own people, the shame, the disap. JOHN WHITE 6 to 7X Tv V l $4.50, $5.00, $6.50 Boys' $3.50 $7.50 PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS The House For Better Values There Is a report that Gov Stanley will offer the chairmanship of the tax commission to Auditor Greene, who will accept and then tho auditorshlp will bo given to Thomas S Rhea, whoso untiring. Intelligent nnd earnest efforts as campaign chairman resulted In tho election of Gov. Stanley to tho senate It would bo n fitting trlb. ute to a most worthy Democrat ami a realization of hU ambition to be .111 ditor If this paper has any standing In court. It urges with all its power that this program be carried out Mr Rhea made a splendid treasurer and Is peculiarly fitted to fill out tho office suggested L CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. SENICA CAMERAS HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE OF SENICA CAMERAS AND LET US SUPPLY SUPPLIES. YOUR NEEDS. The Lincoln Pharmacy J. W. ACEY, Proprietor The &a& Stsn " ( COW AND HOG FEED We have just unloaded a car of Pig Meal and Dairy Feed. Now that you are not permitted to feed sliipstuff to hogs, this Pig Meal is a fine substitute. Feed Pig Meal to your fattening hogs. Hogs fatten faster, and it saves lots of corn. Some of our customers buy Pig Meal in ton lots. pointment and the humiliation that filled him Is almost beyond imnglnn tlon and the worst for him Is that 110 human being sjmpathizes with him or feel much better towards him than to those who crucified tho lolng Suvior I.Ike It was said of another while ho lived ho lived In clover, and when ho died he died all over, nnd without even tho benefit of clerg) Tho sorrow, tho deaths, the sufferings and the losses that he has brought on the earth, be. cause of an ambition to conquer the world cannot even bo estimated, nnd After tho war when carpet baggers no punishment of such a brute can bo May ho suffer ruled the south negroes were elected adequately impo-e- d the fate of Frometheus who, allvo by tho score to governorships, legislatures, congress and several to the sen- and hound, saw- volturos feed on his ate of the United States, but until a liver, which grew for further punishnegro was elected to the legislature ment dall) In Missouri last week there had none The trend of prohibition is onward been elected to such otllces for a long and stead). At tho election last week time. This one was tho first over Ohio. Florida. Wyoming. Minnesota elected to tho "show mo" state, which and Nevada went Into tho column, In further stigmatized herself by elect- 24 stains dry Iawt aro In effect and In ing a Republican to the Federal Texas, Delaware, Kentucky, Loulsl. ana, Mar) land, Massachusetts and Montana the federal amendment for Tho power of the press was very nation wldo prohibition has been ratinegligibly shown In the recent elecn fied by the legislatures. As we tion In Lexington. With the Herald men aro fond of sa)lng, th giving neither aid nor comfort to Gov prohibition question has been practicStanley and tho Leader throwing dirt ally settled and settled right balls at him daily, he carried the town by IS majority This Is not what It I'ra)ers for peace bnvo been am. should have been, of course, but seems wered. Ix!t us now show our approcl. to he proof that tho opposition of atlon of what we so much bought. some papers Is better than Its support Lizards are being raised In Trlnl-daand proves the contention of "Kx. llritish Wost Indies, to protect Lex" In our last issue. tho sugar crop from froghoppors. The failure of of Mist I'licnndltional surrender was what Jeannette Rankin to congross will nol we wanted and this country usually creato a deep and lasting sorrow gets what she goes after. She was distinguished ns tho first female cougressvvoman, but hIio did not When you have backacno the IWer distinguish herself In the oyes of th or kldnevs are sure to be out of gear. country. A number of women ran for Try Enrol, it does wonders for the congress in the states where equal liver, kldne)s and bladder. A trial suffrage provnlls but ovory ono of "i0c, bottle will convince you. Got it them lost out. though Ifi wnui elected Jt tho drug store. to the htuto legislatures anil-saloo- Utinl sttartmant and lull Coat CIIDQ tiw UIIU Hid. tnd "" luu i8m JMm38! NOTICIZ OF DISSOLUTION IUU Notice is hereby civ en that Telephone Company, wsjt by tho unanimous consent of nil of its sto Khohkrs, dissolved on October 1, 11)18 and its turn Irs lire helm; wound up MI WHS COOCH, I VM I'rvsident Secretary i It NM-M.M- . tt I ! Car-Loa- d Sewer Pipe, Flue Tiling, Etc., Received Today W. H. HIGGINS, -- Stanford, Ky. $F4 . H. Baughman & Co. The virulence of tho Influenza plaguo in Now York City Is shown In ON -Sthe fait Hint fully 7,200 rumllies lost ATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23RD either tho mother or tho father or lleglnnlng at 10 A, M., I will offer both, leaving 21,000 orphans, a largo I'umhur of who will havo to be cared for bulu 011 tho Rlddur place, 2 miles for by the city Truly has death rod Southeast of Otteiiholm, toward Crab In Hit air. on land and on sea during Orchard, tho following slock, crops, otc, 400 shocks of corn, 250 shocks Iho j oar now dniwlng to n closo. good fodder, about tlirco ncrus first-claAt tho suggestion of tho Kontueky buckwheat, nliout 1,000 sticks Council of Defense It Is likely that of good tobacco. I will also offer for business organizations and stores will Bale team of good work mules, C voluntarily agreo to a business duy yearn old, harness und wagon, a bunch beginning at 8 A. M. and ending at of C slioats, weight about 40 pounds, r IV M. In tho lntorest or tho fuel on cow and calf, and other things, supply That gives a day of nluo OSCAR L. ROBINSON, hours and ought to bo sulllclont for Crab Orchard. 11. F. D. No. 1 most business at least. Col. M II, Johnson, Auctloueor. PUBLIC SALE - ss If you buy any clothes this fall be sure you get the best quality. fabrics are "best" now as ever and good tailoring is important and valuable as ever. Our clothes come in fine workmanship and good models. We are prepared to fit all sorts of figures men of odd sizes, stout, very tall, very short, as well as regular sizes. All-wool ROBINSONS, STANFORD V'fcd & f r t ..' 12. 1918 w n The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, Nov. lU-lt,"aLibirl, Bettlt for Corns! There' Only One Genuine "Corn -It." Feeler"-ThatV'aet- TRIBUTE TO MOTHER In lovlnj: remembrance of my rlenr mother, Mr, Jolin 8. Uc, who wnti hl" to rent June .1, I 118, In n lonrly Rrnveynrd ninny Lies mv ilHrlinjr mother beneath the colli, com cloy. Phe resU in our mother, she rest In nliove. n'tep on Her cottlil never lie filled tier life wns one of lovo PUBLIC SALE I ttti.ti....itiitg ! Hustonvllle, beginning a P. M. on l)rr way ped a banana? That' "Osta-It- " ptl off corna thn only ctjrn trtatment that Oeta-lt"la guaranteo that tho will you It's pec pce will tell at public auction at at t i'rh SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23RD The houie and lot In Hustonvllle owned by Mrs. Uriah Dunn at the time of her death. The house Is In fairly good repair arid the lot contains 9 or 10 acres of good land. There is a good ham on the place with cittern at barn and another cistern at the residence. Also a never. falling well. Will also sell a tot of corn In the shock and a lot of household and kitchen furniture. Also a pair of good mules, 5 and 6 years old. Terms made known on day of sale. $108,850 IS THE TOTAL SUBSCRIPTIONS OF THE OF THE CUSTOMERS FIRST NATIONAL BANK TO THE THE rOURTH LIUERTV LOAN. I1EEN HAS ENTIRE AMOUNT PAID TOR IN CASH HY THIS DcnreH mother, you hnve left ti, We sli meet on earth no more, Vet 'tis Rod thnt bus bereft ti, All thy sulTering' now is o'er. In the grave thy form so lovely, From earthly enrea wns laid nway. And the home is soil nnd drenry Since God called you home that day. Here thv form !v sickness wit ted. Chilled by earth's cold, withering blnst, Tenderly the Savior cnlled you Welcome loved one home nt last. A Mrs. Lillie Sandidge, Hustonville, Ky. COL Welcome to your Father's mansion rfMreEicutaforCorn of Corn Pib( Now! Where the flowers bloom. won t (Innlly have to Rnucc. pick. There no nli'ht beyond the river, Jerk or cut out )our rbrns If jou want tho plrnauro of getting rid There no death bevond the tomb BANK. of a rorn. ho suro to get "(Iota-It- " Dearest mother we hnve parted It In Its wonderful formula And (Jod's niH'el bore Mill o'er that has made Mlrta-Il- " the corn marvel that It Is. used by mors Si'felv over the river of Jordan, CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $90,000 millions than any other corn treat, Sn'e to Oinunn's peaceful shore ment on earth A few drops on nny DEPOSITS AFTER PAYING TOR enrn or callus, that a nil. It can't How our hearts with Kricf were Mirk It Is palnlesi, eases THE BONDS $304,102. You ran kick vour "corny" feet hrcakiiiR, around, even In tight rhoea, nnd your As we saw death's chillinp wuve corns won't crucify you You can go ahead nnd work dance, live, lovo flHther thick nnd dark nround you, una laugn ns inough without corns But we hnd no power to save. Oets-lt.- " tho guaranteed, money. then n onlyauro Iuk cot liiitn trifle attho dnnr itorc. SoftI an echo low voice whispered, As nny from the shore. M I'd liy K. Ijiwrenco ACo., Chlcsiru, III. Weep no more for the departed, PERSONAL AND SOCIAL James IMxton haa had a aoifre For her sulTcrme now nre o'er. Sold in feUinfurd and recommend neverri 11 with the "flu" I. AlhrlRht l up Htlnr l ns the world's best corn remedy Death has opened wide its portals " To the realms of endless day pell of "(III A half dorun of the memherx of Otli by The Pcnn7 Drue Store. She im more shall dwell with morMUs Bertha NIVuIh li'fl Hutidn) fof Klorencn fnmlly aro down with the tals. Mrs Jaiiiiw II I la ugh man of Bo)le Clnrlnnntl to vliilt friend "flu " Her earthly cares hnve pnssed Muncla) with relatives here g away. JuilKe V M .Mycrn, of lluMnnvllle. OeorRe New land Ih her from Nash-vill- e I Carl Ashlmk Is able to resume his illKtrtHlnRl) III of Bright' Ulwm mother Mrs Annie with his rnMtliui In the iiovtotlice afti r an at But oh, bevond this shadow land. l(n Ware, In irulnltiR ut Went New laud Where nil is bright and fair, tack of "flue" Pulnl. In hero minding with old I know full well my mother's hands Mrs W II Perkins of How bint Mr nnd Mrs Kstlll Carter and son Will palms of ictory bear. friend. Ih er) will MKin move from the Helm home Sierc crystal streams through endBanlclt Itatnhey. of I'.vlnl Lick, who has heen a "flu" sufferer, ImproTed less years mut.li Mr on Hanvllle .iTenne to Miss I)orn Sundii) with hln Flow o'er golden land , Mrs T II. Ilonmun and Miss llattie Htraub's residence on West Main Jlm llrlxhl And where the old are young again Sargeant C II Ballard, who Is staI will clasp my mother's hand llcv II N. Noe.1 W hiHimllliR a few lionmiili, of IouIkvIIIc, hae hi en tioned at Fori Molt. N. J . is here on ia.j with IiIk iluUKliter. the Mlse KUesth of Mrs. (irorKP K Dellorde K. I lln)s has sold hla property at a visit to his parents, Mr and Mrs Oh how sweet will be that meeting Noel, at ItantllU' words can never declare. Ware and hah C, M Ballard, out on It K I) No I Thn "flu" ultuntlon In idovvly on tlir How land to (' P We shall Know the bliss of Heaven, Kdllnr and Mrs. S M Saufle), of are man) curi'ii inotetl with his family to Cincinnati ImpniTK, hut then When we meet our mother there, with So when by and by the summons will Miss Katie Anderson arilviit from Richmond were here Sunday la the county yrt . come pnt MontRonwr), Ala. Saturda) katlnR their man) relatives The) brought That joyous message tailing ns Mr It A Good, of Lexington. (cvcral duj with nlil friend ami rrl. roine up to p the sick ones at home Mr S II llnughmnn down to court home. A K Albright, daughters. And hnnpy we go to nnswer that call Mrs John Brooks, of Atlanta (2a . Mr allrcH at MrKlnney To heaven, to mother nnd nil. Coney, of Mt Cnrmel III. Ih the Riiest of hi r hrother and sister, MIses Worth and Vivian Albright Cat.lfll Her daughter, Mrs. Wtckliffc CaldI'ltaui adcn and daughter Kate Mr J Hal Crimes and Miss Martha and Mr Mm Ik vUltlng IiIh retail?!'. 111 (5 rimes. of Broilhead. wen In tho cit) Sumla) well. Pckin, Coffey, at McKlnncy Mr. Joe Klliott, of Casey, was a Crtll-- r Mr and .Mrs Kd Anderson and Miss .Mr ami Mti l T llruinniltt and Let the I. J. supply you with enat this otllce Saturday He recentl) Annie Johnson, of Crab Orchard, went graved cards. xon. of llarroilaliuri;, were tin1 kuhi r sold Ills splendid farm near Yosimlte over to Nlcholasvllle Sunday to of friend here Mouda) J B Willis, who was had I) hurt Ml Annlr l.ce Kulmnk ha been and will move lu a short while to in an auto incident en route to that pending a vveok or so with the. fumll) Humphrey Mr Arthur CotTe) of Ktistonilllt flt I'ridii) f A I. Itankln in Uiu country Six member of tin' famll) of II C undHrwnt an operation at the Somer-H- t lloNjilt.il the other day. thn Som. MRS. J. D. WILLIS BADLY HURT Anderson ar down with tho "flu," While in route to Nlcholasvllle to She Is RettiliR enuK Journal III a)H and iwiiiin of thm nt thinKeroil visit her nun Chcnault Willis Mrs Mr P (J Woner Iiiih mid to (')rua alonK nli el), Moimms. James and Hussell Mi Bee J B Willis, nf Crab Orchard Springs IIiikit one of hi cottage on I.ognn was Iwdl) Injured in an auto accident in enmo home from Camp lluel, lowing-toanemic und lie will live with tliitm r She and hi r Mn. J I) Willis, were SuniiN) to see i hrother It. Mille'. who has lieen er 111 of driving along at a moderate rate of Mr ('. (' Co) wiik down from Mud-Ikislued and all uf a sudden the machine the Influenza to liii) a lot of cuttle Moudu) got to nt ting Kiill) and turned turtle Mrs J. It Wade and daughter, kut tould not find any heavy enough Wade, attended the hurinl of Mrs Willis hud bur collarbone broken for 111 in. hidl) bruised who hint heen Mrs Ktr Witt at Richmond Wednes-dil)- . and one of her limbs Prltratu Sam Mrs Witt died of the "flu1 fol. Mr J ! Willis vKcaped with mil) a lu Induing for ami) fcervlie for Mime The accident oc-- i few slight bruin louiiiR pneumonia tlnii'. Ik tIkIHiik bin parent in the Nc I tii urred Mime four tulles from Nlcho. Camp l'ouell. in trnlnlnf; at Kilctn motion .athiir) Ta)Ior. Is spendlnR a few lasvllli ami Mrs Willis was takui to II T Hoggin, of Pulaski, orders hi II" tins d,i)s with the homefolks here He Is lur win's, where Mic is receiving ever) I, J. M'lit him at Panvllle is atnrod to the flm- - firm lit' recentl) lookliiR fine. haWnR Kalned a dozen attention possible and where she or so isiiinds since he hegan training getting along ipilte as well as could bought In Ho) Ic Mr W II McKlnney and famll) hi epcitiil Tin' War Mother am bu) prttpir-lufor the good dinner thi) art- - RolnR Iirmi movisl Intu their htndMime now to nerve, at the sale of Mr Foretus lituiRalow' Just across the street from Catnrrli Canncn Be Cured their old home Prof. M L Cantor 'villi I.UCAI, A'TL'i'ATIONS. tj. ihey 1Mb Held Krlda) No uf Iht. illteaSH, cuniui ri.nli ' ie Thurman K Tudor remain ver) III and famll) will move Into the Culurrh Is a lual disc is... greutiy tiv cnn'tltuti nal conditions, and the) vacated with double pneumonia, following .. u must tiiKc on m Mr T II. Hubble and famll) lift l'i nr, r mi, ,lv li ,.1'a latairh II lilt wife and daiiRhtt'r are nttrn.il Is law.cn Saturda) to resllo In LeiiiRton Mr ih- IiIimxI en Intiniully inJ actaut thru down itli tho "flu" tin the mucous nurtures Metln mo wiu ills ftcl'i Mr. Iillu Cook returned to Lexing- llubbell held a position In this office piiMrllinl IIb) er.olulnrrh bent ph)slclans of tlie ton to runtime her work, hut the "flu" for several mouths and Rave splendid in tla, lountrv f'jr )ears It Is loin-- l ijf1 tif tonic: tic ft) ituatlon there continue!) ho had that satisfaction, and It was with regret (aublTidl nr,e of oip b"t ttie ecu Known bl'tod with of that he was given up , I ,lvr The ,H.rfe"l ct'in' intlon of ho enmo hack for a few day. In Hall's iiarrh Med,, .Mrs W 11 Penti). of Kansas was i he 'ni'ixllf ntipriMluics su ti wondTful H. (' MeWhnrler of tho Paint Llok Is w'tat uii hern the past week with Mrs W B results In CHtjrrhsl cundltlons tfeiul (or eition, w.i here .Monday ndvcrtlftlng Vnii) She had heen at Danville with teittrnitntals, fre CO . I'rops . Toloio. O. hi hlR xale, which will he held Nov f I ClIKNKf & t) l)rm.'KU', her daughter, Miss Robbie renn),vvho .Iflth. Vi'ktth advertisement next " t'.iei'i hi frt- - ronjt'ivntlon haa boon very 111 for some, time, but .Mm. i Curr) and .Miss Marion CENT-A-WOR- D (lurry, of llurrodhhurg. were here who is greatly improved wnril ruth loe, Cih ( tilf re 1 Hilt Mr llartwell Shanks lias returned) with Sunday the guet of tho fallllllen of chaw 35e isrh irane ) nnhr mi l ! hero, after a sta) in Ixmls. Dr John 0 Tnjlnr and Mr Walter his homo F Bold. SKKP UYK for "naif. vllle Miss Margaret Shanks, who uc SUinford, Ky. 87-Kit) tho. High-clas- s job printing at the In- Mr. K 11 MtKenzle went to Mt Vit. comp.mlod her father to Louisville ann Saturday and hroiiKht hack hU bus gone to Indianapolis to resume tertur Journnl office " COIIN for sale Also a pair o' wife and handsomo suns wlio had her studies at Tudor Hall Apply at once to Mr J T Carson, who recently toId good work mules. lieen vlbltliiK her imreuts. JiiiIro nnd 90-2- p his fat m lu Marlon county for1 n fane) Dan Trnylur. Stnnford Mr U. ('. Fish FOR KENT A furnished bed tlr. and Mrs V L MuKeo ItlfTo, of price, attended court ln'io )osterdn) room, or three rooms for light house 1 11 A. M. MiiHttinvllIe, left Sunday for Clncln. and was a culler at this olllce He keeiiinir, furnished or unfurnished. Sfi-t- f J. C. McClarv. Stanford. Ky. where they will inakii their will hold a big sale of stock, crop aatl, ReldinB. FOR SALB home. The loss of the so two Knod etc, on Thitrsilay next, which will be and n j;ood one. See people fiom the county Is Rre.itly re. attended by quite a number of Lincoln Works II. 1 Kout, Manauor, me nt once. cull nly people rretled &. Ice Co. 89-t- f . Stanford Wider. I.iu'ht -. !...TTOn.lTlNiTTIMUEU 1 hnve ill kinds of Innlclmir timber for pile. BilU cut to order. Have a stvv mill I and can fill orders on short not' A. Breinlsh, Cinh Orchard, Ky 88-4r, tua-sle 11 J. D. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. vjSZSESiSBI You Are Invited To Attend A Public Sale Of Live Stock At My Place 1 1-- v-- A 2 Miles From Lawrenceburg. Ky. Friday, November 22nd 40 Head Mixed Cattle, some good young Cows and Calves, yearling Steers and Heifers. 65 head of Mules, a few Mule Colts, 33 yearlings, 30 from 2 to 6 years old. 4nt pit itiir ItShetland Pony. 10 head Jack and Jennets, the pi oceeds to be donated to the Red Cross and Army Y. M. C. A. Dr. Wash will sell a few Thoroughbred Po- ly land China Boars. H. B. CARPENTER, Lawrenceburg, J. W. Sherwood and H. L. Iglehart, Ky. Auctioneers .' Ma-M- &9&m&999&& n th-l- Itan-aon- Public Having sold my farm I Q 1 ti Mist-Lllll- will sell at public auction on 9 Thursday, Nov. 14th At the farm, half way between Danville and Harrodsburg, on the Southern Railway at Shuttleworth Station, at 10 A. M., the following described property: g resl-(.elie- e ali 30 Reg. Shorthorn Cattle 30 9 f--. i v. 1 lue T ADS Including Cows, Heifers and Young Bulls. Six Work Mules, Five head of Horses. Six Grade Jersey Cows, Six Calves, a lot of Registered and Grade Hampshire Hogs. 150 Shocks of Corn, lot Work Harness, Saddles, Buggy Harness, lot of Hay. Some Household And Kitchen Furniture O O & anj-wher- c Carriage, Buggy and Spring Wagon. Have arranged for Southern to discharge passengers and the evening train to No. at accept passengers on the day oi sale at Shuttleworth Station, 200 yards from the farm. 4 o o M', M Your Prescriptions Receive Prompt Attention At p Matiinirs. Druirf'ts Hill's. Wall Taper, laico Curtmns, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures, Stoves W. A. Tribblc, Stanford. & On account of n ureut many new patients tltrd Dr. Weber, the foot doctor is treating, ho will tuKe new patients until Dec. 1, nnd will positively not take any new ones after 9 rite For Catalogue o Shorthorn Cattle TERMS Liberal and made known on day of sale. 9 . P. EASTLAND R. F. D. No. 4, HARRODSBURG, KY. 4) The Penny Drug Store i Dec.l. Jersey bull, subject to reirister; pair of 0 nnd maro mules, Rood ones. Sou V. S. Brodus. Stanford. Ky Uouts cows, otic ' FOlFSALB Five extra itood milk Jf ! Capt. T. D. English, Auctioneer. Remember the Date. . i A - HIIIITTI 2. 88-4- p i L V l. f V V ' v. . J" '!r - i . ?n ' ' .t .. "J .1,,'" ,S . f-- v Jr I' v .i .wv v 'Uv : "dL ' Col. $145 t' 1 .i 4 fTh'e Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Tuesday, Nov. 12. 1918 H M.i.-- Land. stcic anb crop T. ( .. i.i.. '.' dotcw-dwUfl- 1 . flsnl.tn horp mutes and Dom killed 47 sheep nf a 'nock of 6S for Frank 1'. 1.obii, of Iho Atoka d icctlon of HoUi. Tim loss Is cstl-mate- 1. hero nought Monday thrco M20 1 To The Tobacco Growers and General Public To The Danville Tobacco Market: Ad-jace- nt Amtricaity iwrtkwttf' tl Saturday empbmrtj nnd n ofler noon tha A Milcourt and iaroRvlllV. . wad stormed qntf lh was cleared of the enemy. nt J1,0Q, Harris Dros., of. tun llublilo action, sold to Mor.au Araold, of lloyle, SI WG.pound rattle at 10c. Mr. Arnold nltio iKJiiRUt -- PUBLIC 5A iiLa ,j I will sell' at ptlbllc Ruction place, 3 mllos from McKlnao; raiiH of 9. O. McConnrll, d of tho I'eirjWlle section, 12 cattle at 91 St. Jiiwpli and J.iios McConathy, who farm In KaroiMt too old tlo inulos, from aite, lost by eating Krppu sHoro and four otlioM are said to bo seriously 111 and nuy .ill. A tenant vmviojcA by Uie Mc Conatlty brothers way also Iosp twoj Gtii-Jb- We wish to announce that we have purchased the Walnut Street' Warehouse and in the future will operate under the name of WAREHOUSE. We earnestly solicit your patonage and co-operation. Jo-bacc- o "UHLffl tiHHi iiiiH WEDNESDAY.. IVoKlpnlnK NOVMBCR M, IM FEN-NER'- S ' . C and heifers tooK; sJare at the Fair Milk cowk We4ojrfay. Grounds brought from flit to fSSG and a num. ber of heifers trtm $W to $100. There were 21 head sold and lucrs were present frooi Vatis, I.awrtncehuiR and several other adjoining countien. two mules from tho sarao causu wilo of Col. K II. Oaltbi-rTh- dairy bead of roistered Jersey cowb s W. E. FENNER AND RALPH PITT, PROPS. Danville, Kentucky. Cl.atnbrrlain'i Cough Remedy I)i not ini.tKinc that because other uuh medicines fniled to jive you relief that It will be the same with Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, Henr in mind that from n small beginning thu remedy hns cnincd n world-wid- e reputation nnd Immense sale. A medicine must have exceptional merit fa win esteem wherever it becomes doscrlbml nronorty 6 uillt cwj.1 I r. years old. 2 yearllnc ''bulls, 1G hoes, wolcht IOO'doub'. cnlvi-.i- . slionts, wblgnt 40 pounds",'! extlrV & brood sow, 1 boar, wblxht .Aiinu con, iuu shocks loucicriqi omrnr ,.jj lot oats In bundle, 1 E.horno .Wivfa,- Iiikm'. sot lilncksmllli. tnnli.tnlioat 1?-i fiOO noundH nf rixiit fnlincro.Vl uMl ' i : 1 shnller, elder mill. 3 turning ftttmi, 2 cultivators. Ifousohbld and kttetfen S furnlltiro. Terms madn known o ' of sale. . J. U. WIUUIAalV, at 10 A folwti fj fi''('f(f,'.-w3W $& i"J' jjl hs pofr i J 4j J .jv . ii . i A3 rvfv Ball Band Rubbers and Overshoes For Men, Women and Child- . ren. Buy early; supply is limited Kh Public Sale of Stock. Crop, Farming Implements On account h kTiown. of rain and influent, my tale adrcrtUed for Uat nothing told. week wai potlpon.d mat W. E. PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY J. D. Hall, of Madison county, mis a stalk of tobacco on exhibition nt tho Richmond Register office that n eight fOct in length. His crop is nn exceptionally fine one. . Do you got uo at night? Sauol Is surely the best for all kldmy or bladder trouble. Sanol eIvph rllpf In 24 hours from nil backachu and bladder 'trrubts. Sanol Is a guaranteed remedy. SOc and $1.00 a bottle at tho drug ttore. On Friday, November 15th, 1918, Rain or Shine, Will tell 25 Saddle and Harnett bred ColdJuit llortet, Mulrt, Jaclct and Jennett, 6 work mulet, t colli, one extra food Jack, two Jennrtt, ono with fine jack colt, a choic.ljr bred herd nf Jertey cowt and heifari, abundant and rich mllkert, 2 built, 120 feedert, 30 cattle, 40 heavy 1,025-pounquality extra, 60 good yearlingt, about 55 ncret of corn to be told, hay, mixed, baled and loote, quality good, Alfalfa, loot Macbitiery and farming implement! In abundance and In good condiin barn and in ttacV. tion, all kindt nrcetiary on a large farm, harnett and general equipment, a flna carriage, double harnett and pole, 2 burgle.. Frailer cart and thovr wagon, tprlng wagon and tlelgk, Dinner furnitSed. Term given on day of tale. d 825-poun- A THE INTERIOIWOURNAL mjt $1.50 A YEARI fw& The Norwegian mile Is the lonRest yards. Tho shortest Is the Chi nes- - Home 600 yards. 1S.1S1 DINWIDDIE I & OWENS, Auctioneer.. F. REID, Stanford, Ky. . No Mystery in Meat things are so simple that they have to be explained again and again. When things are obvious, people keep looking for mysteries behind them. So it is with the packing business. The mere, size of Swift & Company confuses rnanj Beci're their imaginations are nof geared up to scaln, they believe there must be rnr.f;'ic in it somewhere ."'jme weird power. Some FARM LOANS Begin now to arrange for your January farm loans. new plan, hsk uuoui u. luun fee charged. D. A. Thomns, Lancaster, Ky. f o C5-t- .; il 'k'Sfl Aberdeen-Angu- s y Souttuiowo Shp, Duroc-JertaHogi The beat bloodlines U represented in Iligh-daa- a each of these famous breeds. individuals for sale at all times. R. F. D. No. B E. V. CARSON Stanford Kentucky Cattle iPublic Sale.! 0( Land, 'I Store-Room- s, I Stock, Etc. g Having decided to move from Moreland, we will on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1918 Beginning at 10 ft5 CQ o'clock A. M., sell the following: - Swift & Company is just like any other manufacturing business run by human beings like yourself; it takes in raw material on the one hand and turns out a finished product on the other. Swift & Company keeps down this "spread," or the expense absorbed between raw and finished material, to as Iowa figure as possible. (If it didn't it would be put out of business by others who do.) How much Swift & Company p'lys for the raw material, and how much it gets for the finished product, depends Company docs not control. It depends entirely upon how much people want the finished product, and how muoh raw material there is available to make it from. The profits of Swift & Company amount to less than one cent per pound less than on all meats and orufourth of u cent on beef. M fe 0 e A TRACT OF GOOD LAND located very near pike ji'L bacl' of Milledgeville known as the Russell land, containing about 5 ceres which will be subdivided into tracts to suit the purchasers, or as a whole, and can be made a good little farm. A tract of knob land which joins, containing about50 acres. Will sell a tract of 9 acres known as the Alex Bruce land and located at More-lanA tract joining this 9 acres containing about 8 acres known a9 the Helm land. Will also sell the STORE-HOUS- E d. o ft o OCCUPIED BY VIRGIL CLINE upon conditions which bWift & the building occupied by the postoffice, the building occupied by D. H. C. Peyton, and the blacksmith shop with wareroom attached occupied by W. H. Reynolds. This property will be sold in lots to suit purchaser. Will also at the same time sell the following personalty, small m m H'i n i..tni i.i.ijhk I STOCK OF GOODS consisting of groceries and hardware located in the Moser stand, one Ford car, one Buick car, one grist mill, corn crusher, power P. gasoline engine, set blacksmith and automobile sheller, one P. gasoline engine with lot of automobile supplies, one tools and a e e wagon, two pump jack line shaft belting, etc., one wagons, some farm tools, two pair platform scales, good ones, three concrete block machines, two extra good milk cows, one pair mules, coming two years old, one pair mules coming three years old, one pair mules coming four years old. Will also sell the celebrated Red Cross mule, a good worker. About three car loads nice bright baled hry, a lot baled straw, about 00 bushels oats, and many other things too numerous to mention. This sale will be held at the Coffey barn in Moreland, rain or shine. Terms made known on clay of sale. 1 s POSTED! We. whoso names are hcroto nt Inched will permit neither hunting fishing no rtteepassinc of nny kind on our property, nnd those jjuilty of doinjj such will be prosecuted to the full extent of thu law: Thomas Jfun-ninWilliam Conlior, I.oiin Hubble. Ashby M. Warren, W. 11. DnuKherty, Otto Ennslui. Mrs. Mary K. Welch. 0 W & Walter McKlfresh. WIlllo Zollar. Andy Plestrltzer, J. 0 Vo k. Son. j M. Kerr, Will llultclaw. c. 0-- H. 4-- H. two-hors- one-hors- o Keep Your Pledge Make Good for Our Fencing Men BUY STAMPS WAR-SAVIN- 1 pPfeJ.J.Byrne i&!20f Er tr-..i..- .... Swift & Company, U.S. A. ir ijfuiiwjiy 'lTf' Optometrist Danville, Kentucky. OCGce x x"u&ivc . aaa - -- 1V1 X;w.. a- - I G. A. and J. D. Dinwiddle, Moreland OPPOSlTli G1LCHER HOTEL Hour. 8 to 12 and 1 tp 5 I M. C0iSG)9e t A 1 j3!Wit rttftSgjT lanrtrry i