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No. 92 Th Interior Journal The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Nov. 15, 1918. 1 Tuesdays and Fridays w f jr B DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER CHRISTIAN CHURCH THURMAN K. TUDOR DEAD JUDGE W. M. MYERS NO MORE Tho pcrlo'd of enforced waiting for Gov. Whitman will ask for a reFow death that have occurred In Tho news of the death of Judge tho return, of normal conditions in count of tho ballots cast in tho New this section In years have caused more William M. Myers, of Hustonville, will church life affords wonderfii 'oppor- York election In order that "there genuine sorrow than that of Thur-ma- n cause sorrow wherever the splendid tunity' for meditation. WheivJ'J,iany may never be any doubt as to the K. Tudor, which occurred at 1 gentleman was known. A good citihave, material things to which o'clock Wednesday morning. He had zen, a splendid gentlemnn, n model ciung tenaciously nave uecn cast into been ill of Influenrn which wcntl The War Department countermandhusband nnd devoted father, he was ! assemthe discard; whenever public ed orders providing for an officers' Into pneumonia, nnd having a weak frknda. admired by nil who had the good for Mr. II. Collier nnd Mr. Frnnk How- bly for worship", which wc have count- training ramp at Camp Preomont, heart, much uneasiness was foil con-- i tune to know him. Ilia death occurred ed so necossary to the progress of California, to accommodate 20,000 corning him from the start. For near- -' Hill loading ard have been to Tine nt Liberty at noon Wednesday and our religious life haa beon denied us students. poles. lynOycelc he lingered between life and i his burinl took place in the Huston Tanna Thompson 1 homo again for a while, and we nre compelled to A four-da- y conference of drug death, hut Just as the new dny was ville CemcUVy at 10 o'clock this . I I I. II!. I took for a substitute, our grasp upon lenders will be held at Columbus, O., ..A After n 16ng visit to her grandmothor uhiilti'u iii nuunrsiiny, nis spirmorning, after brief Bcrvices by his Is tighten things really fundamental , in "ML Vernon. beginning November and the it returned to the God Who gave It. pastor, Dr. A. II. Baugh. Judge MyMr. W. I), New land wen to Louis-vill- cd. God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, arc thepic of the discussion will be world- LThe burial occurred in Huffnlo ers had gone to Liberty to spend a (lavs since on business and eternal verities mealed to ua In tho wide prohibition. Spring Cemetery at 3:.'I0 Thursday a few few days with tho relatives and Uible. Prnycr, by which more things returned Monday. Charles Sanders, n prominent horse afternoon in the presence. of one of friends of his younger dnys and was Mr. Chnrlle Thompson and hi fam are wrought than wo think la htfconi-In- g breeder, is dead at Salem, Mass. He the largest gatherings in that city of stricken while there. For many years "Christinn'H native breath." owned Uhlan, when In 1012 he broke tho dead in a long time. Revs. H. J. the Hy arc down with the influenza at hi he had been a sufferer from Bright's t'rnctical religion in relieving the Buf- the world's rgcord for n mile, going Hnir.clton and W. D. Wclburn each' & homo ntttr the depot. disease. His popularity is shown to a fering, shnring thu sorrows of the distance in 1 :f8. made an appropriate, but brief talk j Tar. Man Hunter has dccliled to slight extent by his election to the neighbors is revealing more than arjrnd the winter wllh Mrs. Jones, In our Miss Kstell Willis, aged 10, was at the grave. "Some Day Wu'll Un- county judgeship of Casey, when that Stanford, Instead of going to Hcrcn. tongue ran tell the life within us. May instantly killed in an huto wreck derstand," Mr. Tudor'a favorite hymn, county was even more overwhelming we continue in those things while near Howling Green. She was riding was sung by a quartette of his friend, Mr. Walter Hurhanan and two ly republican than now. Since his reof his children, from Cleveland. Ohio, wo jrend for our Sunday's lesson, with a 'party of friends when herjnn then the ceremonies were turned moval to Lincoln county he hnd taken Mark 1:12-2Luke machine struck the buggy. . over to the Masons, of which frntcrnrtr visiting h'a mothr and brother Matt. 213:17-3an active hand in politics. His support TWO GALLANT "SAMMIES" ' ,, 'J? .MsVjfiHpuunl J. Ilrnzclton. Signing dT the armistice will not nal order he was an honored mem,nerev . boys aro Lincoln coun- meant n great deal to the democratic The above News lias reached hero that Clyde affect the government's shipbuilding ber. Deceased was n son of Mr. nnd aspirant for office nnd it was sought MRS. DAVID STREET DEAD I). II. Tudor, ormerly of this ty products, ns many of our readers by many wMb Curtb U suffering from Influrnz'i 'n asked political preferOrivld Strtet, who had been Programme, nccording to Charles M. Mrs. Mfs know. They nre Francis Wcatherford, county, but now residing at Greenii JrSfmrh hospital, but is getting lonjt ill ment in this county. Judge Myers for several years, died at her late Schwab, Director General of the nHiright. field, III. Almost all of his splendid son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weather- married a daughter of Winston BowEmergency Fleet Corporation. homo at Crab Orchard Thursday .Mrs. J.(D. Willis has presented her Tho result of the election in the life had been srent in this county, and ford, of Hustonville, and Wesley Em- - man, of Liberty, and his widow and and will be buried in Buffalo "husband with n fine boy. She Is get- Springs Cemetery this hlcventh Congressional District of he was .10 years old In August Inst. brcy, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J two sons, Lieut. Carlisle Myers, at n afternoon at ting along nicely ut n hospjtnl in 2:30 Pcnnsvlvnnin has been changed by the He had for a long time been not only T. Embry, of this city. Both are doing Southern camp, and Bowman Myers, after remarks at tho gravo by service "over there," nnd both volun Lexington. with Dr. Barrow's unit in England, Dr. Wclburn, of this city. Deceased soldiur vote. John Ji Cnscy, Democrat, a member but an officer in the Staf- tecred to help Uncle Sam out of his survive the good has defeated his Republican opponent ford Christian church, had n large Mr. George Harris has been here was Miss man. His death has Ora Ovcrntreet previous to from Stanford, having rented room? her marriage and alio had many by n majority of 04. and interesting Sundny school class, trouble. They are a fine pair and cast n gloom over the West End. when they come marching home in K. II. Gary gave out a warning to and was indeed ono of the best work-er- a of Mm, Geis?cl nnd will move his fam- friends made hcruluring her frequent Business was at a standstill during ily home again. of that large congregation. No glorious victory many a glad hand his burial, the whole town turning mitt. t tho hnunTbf tho late Charles the huincs men of the country to cleaner, better christian gentleman will be given them. Urs. Beiilnh King Is opening n her Dunn, out to pay their last tribute to the out on the Hush IJrancli pike. In cn'm He declared tlr t tho io- - has U re, assisted by her father-i-n law. She v'yi lied in this section in many de- BLOOD HOUNDS orc nation would l satisfi'my friend, who was n friend indeed. first married to Whitley nnd Mt George King. She is boarding, Montgomrry, that the people eshould not get cades, and his death is a distinct loss and leaves two sons the TRAIL MURDERER JAMES ANDERSON DEAD ami community. A splento the city with .Mrs. K F, Jones. alarmed or panicky. Marshall Herring nnc son, Forest fruit of that union. She is also The heavy hand of sorrow and King George in messages of con- did business man, Mr. Tudor had Dr. Hunrtn ent three turnlitr mii by her htlsltnnd, Mr. Street, Herring, of Hustonville, were here denth has been laid on the family of CanpbcllsMltc to Mrs. Itohtrt how detntion and attention to hn gratulation to the empire, the Allies amassed sufficient of this world's Thursday morning returning from Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Anderson and twrtty-ir- f goods to own n nice home, and in it tin thce weighing and the fighting forces, expresses sick wife for tho J ears that have Rockcastle county, where they had in their great loss he and trouble every pounds One of them wpuhad earj'sl, hn family of wife heartfelt gratitude buit baautiful indeed. He Mubjptta, "whose to his overseas ami and hiss intveotiir daughter, little been to trail the man who had killed heart in this entire section goes out right pounds old wonderful effoits S. R. Singleton, some 12 miles out in the i s have much sympathy in sni Mrs. J. H. WlliU. who wa and hove sii en flee contributed Virginia WOley Tudor, were ns hnp-p- y V country from Mt. Vernon. They to them in unbounded sympathy. For th1r grot Iom. A weeks from one to a half dozen of N'irhulaavilla as mnrtnls get to be on this side only took so greatly to secure victory which u Itobi "l "nit one dog with them but it that good fnmily have WEAK" KIDNEYS MAKE of the grave. Hut death loves a shining been ill with the eollar bono and othr-vtlsi-s now won." brraktftff did the work quickly and well. The ' r .iing her body, is retting WEAK DODIES. Representative Allen W. HarViry mark and a good God called him to trail wub goon picked up and the ca influcnzn, and on. Wednesday morning between midnight and ono o'clock. easy with son in NiclioUsrtlle. has introduced in the House a res- - the home beyond tho skiorf to evermore inu went directh to the house where James Anderson, aged 10, was called rluMor milking a national holiday or bask in the sunshine of Him Who gn'c Marion Tho Pt'd Cro"i workers hv hen ICWnoy DlrkM Comr Mnnv Ac Durham was. He had already gome early and late taking provision-Anand III. f Stanford IVopIr .'uly IS. which is the date the Amer him. Some year airo Mr. Tudor was been suspcted and he was taken to to tho land where there is no sorrow !, clothing to sick and detHuU frnii Mdtlitrx first took part alone in married to.ML'.s Pearl Fields, who the Mt. Vernon jail. Charles Thomp- and no death. The fine young man had been ill for some time nnd his phys-"As ri west link a chain, fiitlitinf. in Trance. It wg on July 18 with the little daughter mentionod son ha and donation from Cedar CreeV nlreadv been jailed on the aboVH, survive him. condition had become so frail that The widow nnd charge and other points Imvo ben delivered so in iy weiH kidneys wwaken the that the now famous Chatouu-Thierr- y of participating in the killing. it could not orphan nre left lonely and desolate stand thtf- ravages of the An old bachelor who resides here whorr h$ and" hasten the final figlit occurred. Durham was moving his uncle's furni- fearful enidemic nnd his life paid the Dmft Hoards were ordered to ntop in their great sorrow but they weep ture from a house belonging to Sin 'nnd who ought to have beun a lieu- - fcryaking diiwm iJvVRonc.'itnH'na, cokls and other claimifying men under H or over 3G not alone. Unbounded sympathy goes forfeit. His rdirt for many" years. declare d"?! gleton, when they had hot words. It lo Springs burial occurrciHn Buffa Cemetery nt 2:30 Thursday peace were declnred he would mnrrv. ausoa injure the kidney, and gen years and to withhold such question-aire- s out to them, tho aged father and mo is claimed that Durham used a Win- afternoon - erally whim their activity is leasuned after brief services at the 9o now we msit on this for such registrants not front out. ther and to the family of the wife, chester. The wound was in the back grave by Rev. II. J. Brazelton. The It wax said officially at the Provost whose parents had learned to Ioe tho of Singleton's head. ifg kept, and we think wc will soon I be wltole body suffers. following of his young friends acted chii and pnms and languor and Marshal General's office that regis- young man as they did their own be able to tell that be has changwl his as Howard Brazelton, TIMOTHY ENGLEMEN DEAD. touto throuph life, ami intends to urinary ills frequently come, and trants from 37 to 40 years old who boys. News was received here yesterday Jr., James Bailey, Mike McCarty, Fred tendency have reeeied questionnires need not make some other person travel with tJieru m an JOE MACK NEWLAND GONE towards dropsy, gravel or ltright'b fill them out. him. of the death at his home in Pueblo, McCarty, Joe Grimes and Powell Wi Joe Mark Newland, son of .Mrs. Mrs. Kllrn Itritton, aged 7t ywurs. diM!e. When the kidneya fail there The War Department haa issued Annie N'eulaml, died in Cleveland, Col., of Timothv Englcman, son of thers. A large crowd attended the buthe late James Englcman, formerly of rial and beautiful flowers brought by diod at the home of her nephew, John is no roal help for the sufferer ex- an onier narring civilians from in 0 Friday and the remains were laid ' Aiiam. nnr Lexington November 1 cept kidney help duction into the officers' trainin to rest at Lexington Tuesday. He had the Hubble section of this county. many friends. Young Anderson joined Doan's Kidnuy Pill act directly on camps, but no decision has been reachAbout 15 years ago the deceased, then the Christian church when a mere She was the mother of the late Mrs. the kidney. Stanford tostnniiiiy is ed ns to the tatus of the schools now been in that city for six or seven a small boy, removed to Pueblo, child and was a most excellent boy in Dora Ganu-r- , of this place, nnd a months and was engaged as a winmother in all that the word prooi of their cffctivcncaH. being held. It is believed, howeveor, dow, dresser and advertising writer. where he has since lived. While only every wny. It is indeed sad that he was Mrs. E. J. Cooley, 2 Hi Whitley that the studenta will be permittel 32 years of age, Mr. Engleman held cut down so early in life, when the Implies to bur granddaughter, Miss His many friends here learned with n most responsible position with the years thnt are to come seemed to have ilimr Slier Mrs. llritton was a noble Ax rii ae, Stanfoid, s..s: "My kidneys to comnlrto the courses and, if they much regret of his untimely death Colorado Fuel and Smelting Com held so much for him. Christian woman, u membcrof the were out of order and I felt run win commissions, will th' be hon- and sympathize with the mother, bro pany and made a handsome salary. Mothodist church and was loved by down and tired out. I had dull pains orably discharged. thers and sister in their irreparable His 700 CASES SO DEATHS death was the result of pneuall her neighbors and friends. After in my back and across my loins. The loss. According to the estimate of Dr. monia, resulting from a week's atMm. Garner's death she went to Lex- action of my kidneys was irregular. IS LINCOLN COUNTY SLACKING? The attention of the good people ington to reside. She was (stricken 1 read of Doan's KiJney IMIls nnd tack of influenza. The splendid young W. B. O'Bannon, chairman of the WAR WORK CAMPAIGN f our county i railed to tho. fact N'ew Stanford with appendicitis, with which hhc suf- bouht some at th The county was pretty well canvass- man is survived by his wife nnd mo- Board of Health of this county, Linfered intensely for nbout ten days. Drug t oinnnny. This medicine soon that the United War Work Cam- ed Wednesday for subscriptions to the ther, both of whom were at his bed- coln has had 700 cases of influenza 11 w. l'n'tton was well known here, put m kidnea in good order nnd paign closes on Monday night, Novem- War Work Fund but this paper re- side when the end came. He had a and 50 deaths have been the toll. A nod at Cedar Creek and will be sadly relieved the symptoms of kidney ber 18th. At the present more than grets to state that the sum asked of number of relatives in this county, statement sent out by Dr. McCormack half of the quota for our county is the county. $14,735, is far from be among them being an aunt, Mi. shows that there have been 175,000 iHid by mnnv friends. Our sym- trouble." Trice 0c, at all iK.ilars. Don't vet to be raised. Friends, we must not ing raised. In fact hardly half of it has Eliza Harris, of Hubble, and Mrs. II. rases in the State and the number of pathy is extended to Mnry Siler in Saufley, of this place, who is a deaths is in excess of 0,000. The epiIwr double bereavement, for she was implv a fo.- a kldne) lomudy get fall down on this work. Wo cannot been secured so fnr and if we nre to demic is on the wane in this county snme that afford to fhirk our responsibility. It go "over the top," as we have in the cousin. u another to Mary after Mrs, Garner's Doan's Kidney I'iII and elsewhere. Mrs. Cool-- v had. 'Vwter-MilbuCo., will be n lasting reproach to the fair other drives, some tall hustling has to aVirth. PASSING UNDER THE ROD name of our county if wc fail now. be done in the next few days. The prnycrs of n grateful nation Mfgrs., Huffalo, N'. Y. THE BAN STILL ON The fnnvlv of Mr. A. A. Potts, out It is more discreditable to fail on this hnre gone up to the Throne of Grnciv BRING THE TOOLS BACK The Lincoln County Board of on the Danville pike, is certainly passfor Woodrow Wilon, tho man of the DON'T INVITE A COLD OR THE dr've thnn if wo had failed on the Those who have borroweil from the ing under the rod of affliction. Du- Health, W. B. O'Bannon, chairman, I ibnrtv Loan. In the latter instance GRIP hosr. Tho man who towers far above jf you f W "stuffed no " bloated, we were under governmental pressure county, picks, shovels, sledge ham ring the influenza epidemic Mr. Potts it a meeting Thursday decided to greatest leiulem. aayonc of eorth'8 bilious, lane1. id or have n I headache. In this enmpaign we d are working only mers and the like are requested to re- has lost his wife and two daughters. 'nvc the ban on indoor gatherings Tke man who has so heroically sour stomn ' coaled to rue, bid his own course, desnite all the brenth or 'Mier rotidltion ensued hv for the good of the world and the sav- turn them promptly to the work house Mrs. Floyd Likins and Mrs. Grover if nny kind or for nt least a week on Depot street. These are badly McGuffey. At one time every mem- 'ongcr. While the "flu" is on the y H.irrnem and slnndcr hurled at him by slowed ii' distlon. a 1'olnv Cnthartic ing of our boyH who hive won the they deemed it best to tako no It b How enn we face them when needed and it is desired that they ba ber of these three families was down thoo whom ho fed and warned and Tablet will f:ive nri.nipt -I gentle!, mi' thev return if we nre conscious of brought or sent in nt once. J. T. Duil with 'flu," and had not friends nnd nances. As a result tho schools will protected. The man nlile to look high ,1'ennslnif pit whole'nmii, ll'T" t tin bid 92-neighbors come to their nid, there is not open next week nor will there be having deserted them ns soon ns they derar. Magistrate. beyond the commonplace things and ifUr-etT- r S.,M vpn h, re t any where in the county no telling how many would have joinwere nut of the trenches? How can wo lead tho whole world into a peace so CARD OF THANKS ANOTME" HD NEXT WEEK ed the silent majority. Unbounded Sunday. fare our President nnd Commander-'n-Chic- f, ami hero'sallv purchased. To iiu'eklv We desire to thank from thu depths The Wed si of Linci' i smpathy goes out to Mr. Potts nnd who mid "the world must bin was given the power to lay down has sh'p e V"Mist. (' helmets be made safe for democracy," if we of grateful hearts the many who were the others whose sorrow is so great. FORMER LINCOLN LADY DEAD. 'e tho peace terms of the warring dear T pair Mrs. Curtis Smith, who was Miss if wrist'ets and have concerned ourselves only with so kind and thoughtful of our That and to him is due the reverence 70 swcae"i. boy death. CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH Bettie Reynolds, a daughter of J. W. 202 pairs of ek. Another lm will our own rafcty and aro ready to for- God's in his sickness nnd mny aod homagu of friend and foe. And he ever be richest blessings Reynolds, of this county, died of tu MONEY be shipped th firs of wock, get nltogethor the great work of rekaa Justly won the name of tho great. , berculosis nt her home in Lancaster DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out for all construction in which this nation of theirs, is our prayer. Thurin.in Tudor's history, iiid They have plM v n' rn eat man In tho world's Father nnd Mother. enrloso with fie to Foley & Co., Tuesdny and was Curled In tho Goshen who will knit. ours must play a prominent part? This auir the world will bo able to see whnt 2835 Sheffield Ave.. Chicago, III., Cemetery Wednesday, ner husband is perhaps our last opportunity to writing your name and address cleardemocracy really nnd truly mean. THAT TERRIBLE BACKACHE Mr. and Mr. C Howe!" -- f Mt. G, Hvdo, Homestead, Mich., ly. You will receive in return n trial died only a very short time after the great gift to our splendid men mako a Mrs. May he livo long to carry out the Sterling, entcrUiined with a family who have risked all and grand program ho 1ms mapped out. dinner in and many of writes: "I had that terrible bnckache nacknge containing Foley's Honey and marriage. honor of Uidr fiftieth wed whom have ninde and tired out fealing. scarcely able to Tar Compound for couphs, colds the supreme sacri-t'c- do my work, hut tint! by using Foley croup. Foley Kidney Pills and Folev both Republicans and Democrats ding anniversary. Their and EMMETT BRICHT DEAD. four sons, Let us give until we have n taste Kidney Pills that J soon feel like a Cnthartic Tablets. Sold everywhere. are bound to acknowledge him a born with their wives and children, The Danville Advocato tells of the and Ro- of sacrificial Joy. Let those who Foley Kidney PilU new lender raised up for tho hour. bert Gay, 'the aged father of Mrs. not contributed come to tho aid ofhave help tho kldnevs to throw out poisons FLEMING SLIGHTLy'wOUNDED. death in Sacremento, California, of our Howell, wero guests. The Commanding General of .lie Emmett Bright, aged 22, son of Mr. rheumatic pain cause HOW A SALESMAN SUFFERED committee and help Lincoln county that aching backache,Sold everywhere. Americnn Expeditionary joints. and forces in nnd Mrs. II. C. Bright, who lived here IL J I'orter Stcrl'm'. Col., writes: "go over the top." PHOENIX HOTEL PENALIZED France, reports thnt Otcuv Fleming, in tho long ago, but who now reside ''I.uuffercd with it nuinful, weak back. CARD OF THANKS The Phoenix Hotel nt Lexington next of kin, 'Mrs. Birdie Snowden, in Louisville. Ills death was the result As a traveling salesman I had to FULL OF COLDi HAD THE GRIP Wo wish to ospres our sincere of R. stoop frequently to pick up my grips, was penalized for violation of Food Manv will be pic ised to rend, how F. D. 2, Stanford, Kentucky, of an auto accident. He is survived by and th" rain when 1 struiuhtened up Admiiiibtiatlon rules In tho uso of t kwis Newman, 500 Northrond St., thanks to those who were so kind to has been slightly wounded in action his wife. awful, I wis induced to .try flour i ml sugar. The comp'nny was Charleston, W. Vn.. was testored to us during the sickness and duath of km r'olev Kjdiiev I'llla. Relief was Im- released on He writes: "1 was down tick our baby, hi Barbara Itarnette. J. KINGS MOUNTAIN TAXES mediate. SIX PER CENT TO BE ADDhD. Sy, thrv arc great." to tho Red the donation of J 1,200 holtli. and nothing would do mo anv good. II, Wreim 'el family. nnd Six per cent, will bo added to all Cross. Prompt nnd tonic. Sold everywhere. I was full of cold. Had the grin until Six per cent, will be ad led lo ull I got two fiOo bottles of Foley's taxes not paid on or before Novun.ber taxes duo by the citizens of the Kings Eev. H G. C. Halleck, of Shang-BIRD HUNTERS BUSY , llonov mul Tnr. It Is the host remedv When you have backactio tho liver 30th. You have only twwlvu diys In Mountain Graded School District thnt baa compiled a Chinese concord This Is tin, f llnv of fh. aonann for grin nnd cold I ever used." Sold or kidneys are sure to be out of gear whirh to pay. II. C. Bntighmun, Slier-if- f are not paid on or before November ance. It in, in three volumes ami con- - for shooting quail nnd the Nimrodsl everywhere. Try Sanol. It does wonders for the of Lincoln County. ' It. 30th. You havo only 12 more days in' LUIh 400,000 direct or Indirect Bible of the county lire making as severe Louisville has oversubscribed it liver, kidneys and bladder, A trial which to pay. II. C. Baughinan, Treas-ure- r rotfrences, using over 5,000,001) Chi- - n wur on tho Hob Whites us tho Amer--J quota of JB77.98G by $07,000 In the SOc bottlo will convince you. Got It Help Lincoln go "over tho top" by Kings Mountain Graded School. anracmra. leap uoys UW oa tb uuns. bubscribing to the Wur Fund. 'at the drue store. United Wur Work Campaign. CRAp ORCHARD seem to hfcvc abated Taere, and people are looking glad. Jack Edward, who wbs iki verv lew with the influenza, If Improving fast, a Mm. James Carpenter Is able to bo , out again, to the Jo of her many "Flu" ' ." !.. I !'. i) K l. "ti 0; 1 - - , ' aur-vne- d peven-montn- thpw n-- hr hr fam-iIm-j- s al - Sri s: -- - tu rn t. pur-xuo- vie-or- e, 2t ""hing 1 a, ft v this-slip- t?l e. pel-son.- " W fit-x- l 4 I' V . f .!,; ; , .". , r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, k Page Two 'i,g,,ilili,,1i,ltitttttiiltit, 'WV 1iV "WV4 "" , ? A Stirring Call to Your i.mr m I'.tllM Ml.'!,.!i lilt mi-- - ' "i a protracted meeting but the minutes report additions at almost every meeting. The Lord adding monthly, if not daily, the saved. In 1827 the Church is torn bv internal strife and discord. Wns not represented in the Association. J. B. Hill was chosen clerk. James Nichols This year the church gave her pastor a was chosen deacon in 1828. "homespun" baptismal suit. She was more thoughtful than many churches at the present. p The South District Association met with the church for the first time in 1829. The sermon was preached by Elder Jacob Creath. Jr., from John 18:3(5. In July this year three deacons were elected: H. Vermillion, Jno. Goodnight and 0. Watkins. A member was refused a letter because this church would not impose on another church by granting a letter to one deemed unworthy. In 1830 the minutes report the church as prosperous. In 1831 Jno. Goodnight is elected clerk. In 1833 minutes for July say no meeting on ncount of "cholera." Elder David Hnrdcsty closed his pastorate with the t church this year, and was succeeded by r.ider Jonn uean. ine cnurcn nnd a i great deal of trouble with the Campbellitcs, as did most of the churches in j A flu. tji'.nnlm. mooting Willia Pnrlr vvn lironsnil in- nrnnrh .r . .... ...... . ., f..T. - ........ ..- ............ I. ... ..p. .. ...... . I fcv .. . .. ....... ItLlllUkna III ..-- . was afterward ordained and became one of the leading ministers in the State. D. C. Rice was ordained dencon. The church adopted her first system of 1891 J II Itife was called for oni ytar. 183C Elder Jno. Dean is again called to be pastor. This church began finance, requiring each member to pay five He was usAisted in u meet cents per months for incidentnl nig by Elder Ward But few additions with an annual call for pastor and keeps it up to this day. expenses. The minutes of the church this year contained some strong resoIn 1892 B I' Taylor wns ni'iiiii mlN.,1 This year the In 1837 we find a member excluded for pleading the statuts of limi- lutions in regard to her members attending the circus or engaging ' in the .Missions G0. She has always been in the missionary list, ihurch gave in tation on H just debt. but sometime has had to write u Inrge U before the word , great strife and confusion. Quite whisky traffic, thus putting herself on the right side of these questions. The year 1839 was marked by inrrenv of only win i i .. At the January business 1800, the pastor, Elder Dean, wns "charged with con- the Lord's Supper quarterly. meeting, also report church decided to observe membership this year a number were excluded. The They ve nnd pastor's Milarv incruiseil $5(1 in I Ml I and $87 05 contrib tention against the church," and excluded. The Association was appealed Foreign Missions. I. T. Titchnor held a meeting a good contribution for of days which strength- uicu to Missions. M (J. rrntlier. John S ( rain and J W. to and sent a committee in inquire into the matter. They seemed to have ened the spiritual life of the church. Scott were elected and ordained deacons in 1890. failed to affect nnv reconciliation for no meetings are recorded from Sen. In 1807 Elder Tilford rcsiirncd nnd was succeeded hv Kl.b.r V T tembcr, 1839, to December, 1811, at which time some of them, who they Wood, who remained until 1875. During this pastorate meetings J uy. f con.V"up.'1 '"' "" church until 1890. when his hesltli i if were or how many is not mentioned in the record, met nt the home of O. by J. II. Spencer, A. F Baker, Joseph E. Carter, A. B. Rash,were held r .i ' Vs W,M """'' W.rk without a Cn,l,,1 "UP 1S9K Thomas I eicmler M. 898 I he church was Wntkins, und from the minutes- - seemed to have adjusted their trouble in Vaughn, perhaps others, in all of which there were sume pastor until additions to the when she called Elder J W Campbell again was some way. They elected Martin Bottom clerk and named (). Watkins and church. He asslstec in a meeting hi Thomas Richardson, deacons. The In February, 1812, Elder Willis Peck was called to the pastorate. oppositionchurch organized her first Sunday school in 1871. there wns mnrh Gospel with great power Many were led to enter tl... .iriM .. a ...... on the part of some of the " " The first protracted meeting in the history of the church was arranged for in elected superintendent nnd J. R. Tewniev members. Mnthias S. Scott wns row way. teacher of the Bible Class; Sallie May. Brother Peck continued to serve them from 1842 to 1847 and there C. The membership has fallen f, Mnn,,nu' " as l"l"-- . He was Scott, the intermediate girls; James West, the boys, and Drusilln Karrick, i o 97'"..na0.0!,"1'.'!"',1 ,s about was u season of uninterrupted prosperity, which speaks volumes for him low. assisted in n meet the primary children. A course of lectures on baptism was delivered by Mr. ir.g of days by Elder J. C Mnsscy as a pastor and minister of Jesus. Collinsworth of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and replied to by 1001, T. H. Coleman, of sainted memory, came to the In 1847 Elder R. P. Steenbergen was called as pastor. He served only D. II. Ray, editor of church us un one year, nnd was sucecded by Elder Jno. Pond, who continued with them some earnest thinking, the "Battle Flag." This caused much excitement, der shepherd. A faithful ambassador of Jesus. J. W wn. chos. and in some things strengthened the faith of the clerk to succeed James West. The until 1854. A.socatio, in lOltl, annun sess -Baptist church. Early in the yeur 1855 Elder Daniel Buckner, father of H. F. Buckner, part met with Perryv lie again ... 1900. J L. Bruee. Moderator J. M Gutl. . of a few, to completion. The house was dedicated in the autumn of was elected clerk of the church the missionary to the Indians, nnd R. C. Buckner, founder of the Texas in 1902 Brother Coleman resigned In 1872 James West and J R. Tcwmey were ordained deacons. In He remained until the beginning of the Orphanage, became pastor. tare of the church in December. 1900. on account of failing health tl I 1873 the church detciTnined to arise and build, they having been Civil War. During this time there was some growth. At the June meethas since passed to his reward "and his works do follow him " in the Union House up to this time. The work was pressed ing, 1855, Mathias S. Scott, was elected and ordained deacon. James West In April. 1907. Elder II. F. Adkins was called nnd' accepted the through many discourngements, much indifference and opposition on care of the church. He was was chosen clerk, which office ho held until the time of his death, 1901. the part of some of the members, and great personal sacrifice on the hpringlleld. which resulted in assisted In n meeting by W. II Wil in s, From 1819 to 1855 the church was only twice represented in the Associaeight additions to the church , 98 art ol n few to completion. The house was dedicated in the autumn of tion. In 185C n letter was sent but no messengers. In 1857 Joseph Gordon Klder Burns in ries of meetings. Six wc.' 1877. Elder R. M. Dudley, president of Georgetown College, preached was elected and ordained deacon. I he minutes gave only routine business for 1908. At the June meeting, 1800, Elder Daniel S. Colgan wns called to be the sermon ami continued the meeting for two weeks with little visible The gathering for 1909, under the preaching of Davis, nssistin pastor. During this year the church appointed two colored deacons to look results. the pastor, was nine The church was again without Ilro. pastor for so. ,,. u after the colored membership which was very Inrge, Shortly after this . I). Moore The year 1876 wns marked by a very unfortunate difficulty amoni? the years. UrotlijT held a meeting with the chu.ch in September. the colored people were given letters and helped to organize it separate building committee, which resulted in tho resignation of the pastor und n 1910. nt time there were II added by church. There were two exceptions, Aunt Sarah Bottom und her daughter, serious disruption among tho membership from which the church did not church was ; greatly revived and still feels bni.tism and 10 by letter Ther tl.e good effects of Broth, jiumiuu iiunon, reiusen to wiKe leuers preicrring to re mn in with the white recover for years. Elder I. W. Bruner was called to tho euro of the church Moore's faithful Drcnchini;. folks, who, they said, "would have preaching and they did not know what anil by his tender ministrations, tactful sympathy and earnest prayers kept January, luij, J. u Adknm was given n unanimous call The chilli It those negros would do." Thev remained, loved, honored and respected, a small spark of life in the hearts of the few. Nothing wns accomplished "ii muruuKiiiy aroused ny urn. .Moore wns ready Sin work until the day "they were culled home." or attempted except to exist and finish the church building, which wns done rained to ine pastor, w no threw l.inuelf into the work with for of his soul, nil I rom uitoher, ihiii, to May, 1803, there are no records. nnd was soon stirred from center to circumference. The pastor has had th.: Tho country oy borrowing the money wns in the throes of Civil War and Kentucky in the path of contending In July, 1879, Elder B. F Taylor wus elected pastor and entered at Kssutaiue of some brothers well g.ounded in Bible doctrine to aid him nrmics. Theie was an occasional meeting however. Brother Colgnn once upon the duties of the ollice, Under his care the church was aroused .. ...v....,,,n ...vijr ,i.ii. twine. Hie uumiHT litis UCtuutei snmi. Hum, preached n few sermons anil then Milton Clark was called and accepted. though still burdened by debt, und grew ,... btronger in many ways. Tho j.vi. .. kuuiik u,i.ini Krowiii iii every wny. There wore 171 ii Preached two or three times then joined the Federal army. tho church roll in 1912 Tl,e; Ht tho close of this pasU.rnte 2 was entertained again this year. The pastor held some evangelistic While the church was without a pastor in September, 1801, Rider in its history has the roponded so freelv to even- - call for Smith "Ihomas and J. 0. Maple, of Missouri, touring Kentucky, and holding meetings without assistance with tew additions. benevolence. The writer was trem.uier of The year 1882 is noted as tho year of ''the J. C Porter meeting." knows the facts from experience. When the church for forty years ami evungelistie meetings enme to Pcrryville, where the Lord met with them it nnd the people. The windows of Heaven were opened anil blessings were The revival spread through tho county. There were 105 professions of liouso of worship tho cu was SOUIlde. fnrll,the church had l.w I. un inn .......mint poured out without number. The church, wus grently strengthened nnd faith in Christ, 05 of these united with tho church und were baptized by tho and mi id." 'l tils modern nnnt is th r..nli j imv indLin m....... .. t.. built up in the faith by the preuehing of Thomas nnd sinners warned .astor in Chaplin on u clear February day. Many joined other Baptist the body to expand and still the money is not and led to the Savior by tho pleading of Maple. The members!, p doubled hurches in tho county. In August, 1883, the church succeeded in throwing tributlons were $087.82. In 1917 it was withheld, 1913 I the total wis K I)iv RI02.5 jIT the incubus of debt which had so long been sapping her life. In i iii num. elected clerk in 1915, nnd ii" ",' iiuiiiwi-iine cnurcn immediately W. I. The this year, n meeting was held by A. J. Holt, a grandson of "Father pnstor resigned in Februury, Charles Coyle wm, 'elected tie k in 917 Keene, who hnd rendered most acceptable service in leadingcalled singing 1918. the .lutkner," who had spent ninny of his childhood days in Pcrryville.. during the revival meetings. Hnrrodshurg had just called Elder II. II The history of u century is finished. The church began it with 21 for half-tim- e and he would nccept the work if he could find anothet J. C. Porter returned fur u second meeting in 1885, at which time members, without a church home, without n pstor, ..he e Is it with a church for the rest of his time. Harrodsburg sent her silvertongued T. C. there were several conversions. modem church house well for work, n Boll to Pcrryville with u proposition that she would join with Pcrryville in In 1888 the pastor resigned and Elder K. V. Baldy was called. Ho "" '" sending Keene to college, which he very much wished and needed, if in n meeting by B. D. Hagsdall. There were but few addiwas would help her to hold Elder Tilford. The arrangements were soon tions. assisted T. F. Baker and J. B. Guthrie were ordained deacons. Tho pnstor made and Elder II. H. Tilford became pastor nt Pcrryville in 1805 The resigned nnd the church wus supplied by the students from Georgetown Association met with tho church in 1805. The preaching being ind the INTERIOR JOURNAL1.50 A YEARI held in n.grove in "Crawford's Woods," where Mr. Devers' houseservice stands others. Seminary among them A. J. Willet, J. 0. Rust, E. N. Wnlne and now ..-...-- deceased. 1824 at the April meeting John Robertson was chosen deacon. At the May meeting Elder Stirman resigned, wns recalled and accepted. In 1825 Elder David Hnrdcsty became pastor. There is no record of Elizabeth Sarah Stirman, Elizabeth Prcwitt, Benjamin II. Peck. Harry and Phillip Walker (colored;, n toiai 01 iwcntyiour, im ui ,"',"" tcrs from Old Salt River Church. The first article of their constitution read are the inspired ord ns follows: "We believe the Old nnd New Testaments of God, nnd the only rule of Faith nnd Practice." The rest of the constitution being based upon thi declaration. The first business meeting was held on Saturday, June 5, 1818, at the home of John Pearson. The nermon wns preached by Elder V. Stirman, from Acta 2:47. Wm. Stirman wo a Minion Mmlprntar? John Penrson. clerk: Jeremiah Brisco nnd Edward Davis, deacons. Wm. Stirman was elected pastor nnd three members re ceived, Elizabeth Brumfield, Elizabeth Urumlield, Jr., nnu r.iiznucin Rparden. The next meeting was held in a grove nenr Pcrryville, nnd Jeremiah Brisco was elected clerk. He was relieved at the end of the year at his own request on account of poor health. Wm. Stirman and Jeremiah Brisco were messengers to the association in 1819. At the January mcetinp, 1819, Bcnpamin II. Peck was granted license to preach the Gospel. During this- year a brother was excluded for notthe discipline was more strict than at the present ing and horse-racintime. Samuel I). Street was chosen clerk. 1820 Samuel Street was authorized to "exhort and lecture from the Word of God in the bounds of his acquaintance ns to him may seem proper, until further orders from the church." At the November meeting John Goodnight was chosen deacon. November, 1821, Benjamin II. Peck, a licentiate, was excluded for falsehoods. In December William Marshall was chosen clerk and continued in office until 1827, when he was excluded for false swearing. Early in 1822, the church, which had up to this time been meeting in private houses, groves, etc., occupied a "Union Meeting House," in Pcrryville. A committee was in May sent to confer with the trustees of this Union House about the colored members, of whom there were n great number at this time, occupying a portion of the house. An agreement was reached and a number of scats set apart for the colored members. At the September meeting the question was asked: "Does this Church allow her members to commune with the Society called 'Arians?' " The Church answered "No," thus placig herself on the side of "Church Communion." At this same meeting the pastor's salary was mentioned for the first time. A committee was appointed to say "how much" we shall give him. He is not consulted in the matter. They report that he must have 100. Once a month prcachig1 we suppose. At the November meeting Benjamin II. Peck, who had been excluded, made satisfactory acknowledgments nnd was restored. Ji:mes Jeffries was chosen deacon In 1823, in place of Jeremiah Brisco, HISTORY OF PERRYVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH FOR 100 YEARS (Taken From Baptist Minutes of 1018.) Pear-soOn the thirteenth day of May, 1818, in the house of Dr. John in the town of Pcrryville, Iloylc (then Mercer), county, Kentucky, was constituted the Baptist Church of Pcrryville. The presbytery consisted of KIdcrs John Hicc and Richard Elliott. The constituent members were: nlkcr, John Penrson. Wm, Bottom, Phillip Klder William Stirman, JohnPclu-nriT l f!nn,1nl.rtit Il.ivis. .Inmes Nichols. Robt. lTCWltt, Jcrcminh Brisco. Henderson Vermillion. John It. Hill, John I). Robinson, John Hitch, Ruth Goodnight, Deborah Peck, Elizabeth Brisco, Sarah Pear-so- ViiJHJi n Winter Needs Last January while in the market we figured on our Men's, Youths' and Boys' Underwear, Wool Socks, Outing Night Shirts, Pajamas, Work Shirts and Coat Sweaters for this season. We placed our contracts, and the only way by which we could have any assurance of being able to supply our customers with this merchandise was to agree to take the goods delivery. We placed our orders accordingly, and thereby feel for that we are able to furnish our customers at a much lower price than if bought on today's market. We own these good cheaper than the other fellow, and are going to sell them to you cheaper than the other fellow. Our object is to give better values for your money. at-once n, ...ll., !, n. " g; MEN'S UNION SUITS Wc arc positive that when wc sell you Drop Sent Union Suits we arc giving you tho very best union suit to be hnd but charge yoo no more. Medium Weight Rib $1.50 Hcnvy Rib .. .. .$2.00 Extra Henvy Rib $2.50 Cotton nnd Silk Mixtures $3 to $3.50 WINTER UNDERWEAR Men's MEN'S WORK COATS Suits 2 Piece $1 Per Garment In every size nnd kind. Sheep lined $9 to $15 SPECIAL SWEATER COATS $1, $1.50, $2 and up lo $10 Corduroy Reversible Cont $G Corduroy Rubber lined $4.50 Hunting Coats $4.50 to $8.50 Outing Pajamas $1.75, $2 and $2.50.. Outing Gowns $1.25. $150 and $2.00 Men's Wool oock, light medium or extra heavy 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.00. Work Shirts, stouts, slims nnd regular sizes, ;!, $1.25, $1.50 Sizes 13 '4 to 20 Roll collar, less models, weave. town. Sizes :u: to 18. Also the sw enters, or sleeveregular or shaker Heavy Fleece Extra Hcnvy Fleece Sizes 34 to 52. $2.00 $2.50 Boys' Heavy Fleece or Ribbed Union Suits $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75. Sizes 24 to 34. Men's heavy fleeced or ribbed cotton, (shirts nnd drawers) underwear, winter weight. The shirts arc full size nnd nicely trimmed. The drawers have satin waistbands. Splendid values nt the price. $1.00 Per Garment Sizes 30 to 50 Ijirgcst assortments in regulation unity helmets, army shirts, hand- wristlets, neck senrfs and kerchiefs for men anil hovs. medium and heavy. Some of it cotton and much of However, it is important that you do not put off making your selections. The makers of all underwear are civinc over much of thnir nlnnt-r.n,.. .... ,! fili; So are they engaged in this work, that they have found it necessary to discontinue the ma king or a great many numbers. We will be tmnhh in oUtnm ,n f ,u.., .k:. when our present stock is gone, and if we coulci get more, the price would be much hicher We invite your inspection and comparison. Our pr;ce is right, the make-uand workmanship is right, and we stand back of every number. If you don't get your money's worth you ' get your money back. Is that fair? it fleeced Our Underwear Line Is Complete All sizes and all weights light, PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS -- .. ""'' S-- ott wor-ohipifor-war- teu.l,d Asso-''nt'o- .,. ..,.?.;"' ii w-r- m-uivi- Feb-ruar- y. Til-for- Per-ryvill- o rSry;VgVei'"y M,gVsds?.'ty THE -$ fov. Ua ) ., - .. -- . .'V r v ..mjiiz The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, THAT CHANGE IN SPECIAL DAY OF THANKS- GIVING IS URGED. President Wilson is called upon to appoint n spccinl day of prayer nnd thanksgiving for victory in a resolution adopted by the Methodist Episcopal Hoard of Home Missions nnd Church Extension In annual session nt PlulndcUdiiH. Ilishnp M. S. Hughes,) of Portland, Oregon, introduced the resolution Page Three t.v vII Buy With Rent What do you now buy with your rent receipt. rent mony7 Only Wht mlht you Iiuy7 A home of your own ami freedom from rent payments forever. Use your rent a payment on your new money name Instead of spending It. You know It nets away from you mighty .easy unless you "Salt It down." Why not put It In dirt? You know the safest thing on earth Is earth Itself, (t doesn't rust, drcay or get out of style and Is just as sure to go higher as you exist today. If you were to land cut the present prices would still he too cheap. Use your common seme and quit working yourself to death to enrich the oilier fellow,' You can't figure any other way than the Renter always gets the Hot End of it. The most plentiful thing in the world today Is money and terms were never easier. ACT. No. .1.1 II A nice farm of fiO acres on good pike nliout flvo miles from hrick Stanford. Nice largo Imm find nil kinds of outbuildings, well watered mid fenced nnd In splendid neighborhood close to school, etc. Thin is u dandy home far mime one nnd price only $12,f00 mm ensy term. Look thin one over. No. 331 fnrm located right mi the famous Dixie Ilighwny nnd only nhout two mile from n good twn 100 ncres in cultivation and U00 ncros in woodland. residence with throe porcheft, two tenant houses and two large Iwrns nnd all ncrcwiry outbuildings Voting orchard Tin is h vnm farm ami comM not he located bettor. tornir.. 1'rife only fit 01)0 anl This frm Is worth n good denl more rminoy ami will not he on the market long nt thin price, fine it a Isxtk nnd you mill he sure t pick it Hp M stood investment If not for n one-haltwo-stor- y res!-done- e, .100-ncro Two-storfix-roo- WOMAN'S LIFE Mrs. Goddcn Tells How It May be Pnsncd in Safety N'ct Conlrnts 15 Fluid Drachm GASTORIA j or miants nna unuaron. ". and Ccmfqrt. 3l , i 3 rrcmontjO. "I wm passint; through the critical period of life, heing forty. Amendments of the nrniiiticc six years or age aim Inpm. tv.,tit. Ittr Marshal Koch nfter tint all mo symptoms lncideiittoth.it his first meeting with the Germnn change heut Hashplenipotentiaries, include the delivery es, rusrvoiuness. and to the United Slates and the Allies nerul run was in a gc Germany' submarines, in-- , down condition, to of nil of was hnrd for mc stead of the lflO specified in the orig it to do my work. inn draft of the armistice Another Lydia E. Pinkhnm's amendment specifics that tin "toun Vogotablo Com- tne on the left hank of the Rhine pound was recommended to mc as the evacuated by the Gerninns shall be heat remedy for my administered by the local troops of troubles, which it occupation" instead of by the local proved to be. I feel better and surely stronger in every wny since taking it, authorities under the control of the an I the, annoying symptoms havedisnp-peared.- " armies of occupation." Mrs. M. GouutN, KB Napoleon St., Fremont, Ohio. 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The result of forty years experience is at your service aiid our lotttr held in strict confidence. DOCTORS TIND REMEDY ov 9 9 According to plans being worked out by the Wnr Industries Hoard, the War Department and the Navy Department, the demobilization of the American soldiers anil sailors will be gradual to accommodate the man and the job The Wnr Industries Board now is gathering information ns to the needs of men in occupations and in trades, and as soon ns vacancies nnsc men will be released It is possible that a new bureau will be created for this work and Provost Marshal General Crowder has been mentioned for the post in 90 Imm nnd Good orchard. Well wnt-nr- tl aitd fenced nd thin our ahn located on the Disie Highway Price aOO flue htm. No. 33ri cultivation, good hrf. ncre. rs flO.OOO. No. SUA Nice home of Ave moms. 'it torch, etc , nnd small barn nnd Mros of lurid, nlmut five mile fom atanfr4. I'nce only $1,300. NV ax 7 70 acre of jkhm! hi'-d- . Ill acre under cultivation and 2f Good neroa in urnsn vantMi Ihiiiw, I(kK barn nnd all nceMtry Well nHtlmlldinu'. Good orolmnl watered in eery field. Price 5.00 ) 9 and terms farm nhout one tne nlle oil" pike in the Went Knil county and evorv foot of it is hemn It has n two-torhhi! tbcc hind eight-rooStock residence nnd tnborcu Imrn comhined .n I all liecosvary outbuildings Well watered and fenced and a splendid money The price on this farm is nnktir cily $10,o00 nnd ihe.ip at the rioney. cottnge. No. .130 Nice gcod cellar, well in dinim room nnd splendid spring, good brrn, smoke house, etc., fencing good and fine ncros of ground Vriinlnn and two Price $1,000 nnd just across the ro.ul from this plrco 50 acre of fine improved hlue grns Innd at f I 10 per acre that ciin roll with tins ii'nie Nn .SKI "J!! acres o( Ian I .f wb rh i -- 0 nteoa cleared nnd b 'ante n ' house, kirn Si! timher. Tixe-rool'2, hen house, smoke house, tmall or'tereil. Will fenced and chard. 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This was walk in a speech between the acts at the my condition when I started taking Hippodrome suggested that the kaiser Mnyr'sWontlerful Remedy on the adbe extradited from Holland and taken n friend Now I working every vice of Within a few vccks the Allies will to England for trial for his crimes in tiny nnd feel better than I ever did in gather to consider the first steps in the war. my life It is the only medicine that ever touched me " It is a simple nnd A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A s A A A A A A A hnrmlcss preparation that removes catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract nnd allays the inflnmntion that causes practically nil stomach anil ailments, including appendicitis One tloe will convince or money refunded The Lincoln Pharmacy; The Penny Drug Store 1 nre elated Physicinns anil over the fact that thnt they have nt last found a genuine and dependable remedy for colds, sore throat, in fluen7ii and In grinpe. For jenrs thev have denended chiefly upon the old stvle calomel, which is certainly fine, but unfortunately many people would not tnko it because of its nauseating and dangerous qualities. Now tint the pharniaieuttcnl chemists have perfected a nnusealcss calomel, called "Colotnbs" vvhoe medicinal virtues nre vastly improved, the doctors and druggists nre claiming thnt Calotabs are the ideal rcmetly to abort a cold over night ami cut short nn attack of sore throat or la grippe. They are also finding it most effect, ive in the treatment of pneumonia One Cnlotal) on the tongue at e with a swallow of water- that's all No snlts, no nausea nor the slightest interference with vour eating or jour work antl plensure Next morning jour cold has vanished and jour whole sjstem is purified and refreshed. Cnlotabs are sold only in iriginal scaled packages, price thirty-fiv- e cents. Your druggist recommends nil guarantees them by refunding the price if ou nre not delighted. dni'-tgistbed-tim- Use For Over nndFevcrishncssand I rwuUiircfjwnmjnfanry fac Simile Sijnatortf I LOSSOFSLttP' && j !5oc-- THECrrrvmCoMPW. . jjEW Thirty Years uifrv" eiA Exact Copy of Wrapper, ini vsniPWilbvnrBUT vimwvvrnsiv the peace negotiations. It is not believed that the final pourparlers can be held before January. The United States is in an excellent position to enter these discussions, ns students nnd scholars for months have been gathering data on the nations and races to be dealt with. Colnnnl House has organized the work in al" ort8 of Europe George Whiteside, a negro, was taken from jail at Sheffield, Alabama, by a mob and hanged to a tree ncai the spot where he is alleged to have murdered John Graham, a policeman. George Bird, another negro, charged with complicity in the crime, was lynched two days ago NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS All persons having claim? against the estate of M. D. Elmore will please present them to me, properly verified. Those indebted to the estate are requested to settle at once. Mrs. Mnttie Elmore, Administratrix. Minnesota voted drv bv 2 00 votes. Jt rJ A A A A A A A A A A A A A' 9 Ilelgium will not be satisfied with iPublic Sale.! 9 the "guaranteed neutrality" under which that nation was protected since 183(5, accortling to nn official statement given out in Washington. Nothing short of independence due to J free people will satisfy the Helginns now, the statement declares. To revert to the status quo, it is asserted, would he foolish nnd dangerous Of Land, 9 Store-Room- s, Stock, Etc. Having decided to move from Moreland, we will on Q According to the officials of the Treasury Department, Government G financial needs are almost certain to run above $4,000,000,000 annually G for many enrs, and there will thereO fore be no reduction of the tax bur- & den. War debts must be paid and Sec McAtloo sns Q retary will probably bethat additional required loans l SATURDAY, Beginning at 1 NOVEMBER 16, 1918 0 o'clock A. M., sell the following: A TRACT OF GOOD LAND J 5 9 located very near pike just back of Milledgeville known as the Russell land, containing about 85 acres 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 about 50 acres. Will sell a tract of 9 acres known as the Alex Bruce land and located at More- land. A tract joining this 9 acres containing about 8 acres known as the Helm land. Will also sell the STORE-HOUS- E WOMEN PRAISE J s STEILA-VITA- T E ae propcrt.v. wd land 10 acres of No. Ill I Pour-ioncotlose to good town New tage, halls and two pinches barn, smoke house. te Well f need Well at door Price nnd wittered $3,500. Look nt this one, it is a od o investment No. store-roo- ,11'J Nice two-stor- y l- -i k 9 and living rooms lis right on Mum stieet in the h n Stanford nnd law lot ti, : same. Puce right and tonus en htoro-roora- i'il v "f 'h 9 w!iiliavotuul Ituinlaro glad to tell otlu rs vhat it has done fur tlieni. Tho onlvinUristthej lmvu in tlio matter ih.il u liie.h niiv true woman ft els ill ilulpiiiStorclievithohullcringsofollier omen. You i an lxlie e tliein. Mh.J. !'. Jav, AliiHtenil, ua., nan ( vv We w nnt cv cry nflllctetl w oman to try on nt lemt mm Iml tin of .Mrlln-Vltour plain, open guarantee to return the inomy paid fur It If it does not benefit. If , mi doubt our wonl that it will rellev e the distressing nelies, pains nnd mlerv I eeuliar to the diseases: of I lie testimony of these women o OCCUPIED BY VIRGIL CLINE the building occupied by the postoffice, the building occupied by D. H. with wareroom attached occupied C. and the 9 by Peyton,Reynolds. blacksmith shop will be sold in lots to suit purThis property W. Hi 9 chaser. Will also at the same time sell the following personalty, small 9 female complaint for 1 ru.A-ViTAU i. on No. 3 13 Also two llest h i Main stieet in Stanford tlon in town nnd price anil It ' If ou nre lookunc for .""" ' investment propositions look tin over. It will p.iy jou n good rule of intuiost on our money. No. 3 1- 4- 'J'iO aires of fine tohm Large roHldiuo co and hemp land and two tenant houses, tlnoe h.irns, silo, utc. Good ortlmrd. Wull funced ami watered nnd .1 No. I fnrni. Price only $li!f per aciv nnd turms easy. The above me only a few of the many places tli.it we luvii for sale If ou nie thliikinvr of hujing or selling consult us wild, :m 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 Hughes & McCarty Office Phone 180 Residence for this gieat ftinalo tonic." , I iiuview, Te rimilcu l'l 1TAB Mhtl.A w urils: " I cannot say looiuuiii in tlieo .viiiidcful mciliiiiie. I liml for tins taken nt her female imsiietnes for two lesiilts. I inn truly viarsvulli giuUfitl for the good Snn.uv-VirAlt'iers, hus done inc." Mr. Fandy of OmnslHun, A!n , was a terrible sufferer lrom female trouble and only woman knows what that nu'iiiisl Her 'oiidition got mi bail her pains threw nerlnlospc'lslikellts. Her husband le.uoiUhe would loj her mind. The tlrioiislKiroiloitors iiroiioiinits' her in cuinliU. 'I'ben Miiiieliotly sugKestril tlmUlici'ikLhn-- t Vitvk. bhutlid so Tl Mli'ttito i I ntwii.ll hert.pt iKrfielly luirm r.t ixVii i. uotoiilv alleviatri I iHcoiui uiuliiiulit n i ..li. 's pain, bat bulldti up her ncallh, It luuilaltslieriippetite, aid digestion, (uletaliiriurvL'ij and clears liercimplnioii, it linpiovexlicr ir-sun- il lr ldid,"l iiiiuvrtalnl.v jvar. Tlirto cured her, but-tleh- of tliank-lu- she l Mrs. inkil 9 9 9 9 consisting of groceries and hardware located in the Moser stand, one 9 Ford car, one Buick car, one grist mill, corn crusher, power 9 shelter, one automobile P. gasoline engine, 9 tools and a lot of automobile supplies, set blacksmith and engine with P. gasoline one 9 wagon, two pump jack line shaft belting, etc., one 9 wagons, some farm tools, two pair platform scales, good ones, three 9 STOCK OF GOODS 0-H. ti t 1 4-- H. two-hors- e one-hors- e 9 concrete block machines, two extra good milk cows, one pair mules, 9 coming two years old, one pair mules coming three years old, one pair 1 i 1 tu O mules coming four years old. Will also sell the celebrated Red Cross mule, a good worker. About three car loads nice bright baled hay, a lot baled straw, about 00 bushels oats, and many other things too numerous to mention. This sale will be held at the Loltey barn in Moreland, rain or shine. Terms made known on day of sale. J 4 J, Phones 152 and tflt STANFORD, KENTUCKY. and nre autlioried to ulurn tlio money paid for tlio llrst bolllo If It does not bouelH. THE PENNY DRUG STORt THE LINCOLN PHARMACY Slella-Vita- tit'iHtirauet All denier bell 9 O G. A. and COstCCOi J. D. Dinwiddle, Moreland ! nifeeeooeecfOGC t pi -- bli jJius OftO- - V- - -- fA ?- -sv--- v t r Tr:.- - .' J Page Four i. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, 'Nov. 15, 1918. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J. !!. Wright " i a fl ? Condensed Report of E. C. Wilton and Inttrtd Lincoln County fftefu, at SUnltrd, XV., Manj rift Mil mmtltr. National Bank As made to the Comptroller of the Currency on Friday, November 1st, 1918 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts . U. S. and Other Bonds Fed. Res. Bk. Stock . Banking House . .. . $499,376.04 153,050.00 4,550.00 6,500.00 .. $656,976.04 6,501.00. Furniture and Fixtures , . Cash due from Banks and U. S. Treasury 1.00 $107,475.48 $770,952.52 The ponce terms not only required the tinromlltininnl surrender of but put her In such condition that should she "desire ever no much to renew hostilities. she would have no mentis of doing so. And nil these drnstle provisions were Imposed with-othe nld or consultation with Iodge, Roosevelt nnd the other s. Had the war enled ns It hns n week before the election, the vast sunn of money with which the bought their advantage would hnve pone for nnught. It is n sad eommentnry on the American people thnt lucre should have been nble to deny the President's appeal for the election of his friends. The fnilure to grant It will forever he re ferred to with shame nnd mortification that the voters of the United Stntes could hnve been so ungrateful nml so mercennry. ut mnr-plot- Ocr-mnn- y, COLD WEATHER SAYS MUNSINGWEAR Agggfi. Lmcome Eg LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits Bills Payable . $100,000.00 65,178.06 - $165,178.06 $100,000,00 450,774.46 55,000.00 $770,952.52 Report in detail will appear in this paper next week. The Bank on the "corner next to Court-house- " "He that sowcth the wind shall reap the whirlwind," snycth the Hook of Hooks nnd the kniscr, who clnimed g enior partnership with God, Is it in all its frightfulness. Ho hns doubtless decided before this to dissolve n partnership which he may think hns wrought his ruin, nnd be willing hereafter to be n very humble servant. Ily the way. Ambassador Gerard hns joined in the Knglish demnnd that he be extradited and put on trial for hi numberless high crimes nnd misdemeanors, but the trouble would be to get an unbiased Jury, to which nil criminals are entitled. As for us we hope some of his own people will put him out of his misery by slow death for nil the evils nnd calamities h" has brought on them. So foul n brute should not be permitted longer to desecrate the earth. real-izin- U. S. ARMY SHOES BEST FOR ALL PURPOSES Men's Sizes 6 11 Kn X-- )kjte, !?&,. ) ( Bys Sizes 1 ya rTI ) Perhaps you have wondered why Roosevelt is not shooting off his mouth and findfng fault with the terms of peace ns usual and criticising Wilson, as is his habit. As good luck would have it, he was taken to the hospital with the sciatica and will be compelled to cease his nagging for en days nt lenst. If something would happen 'to his tongue it would bu a Godsend. The sudden nnd triumphant ending of the war in unconditional surrender seems also to have dumbfounded the Republican leaders and they have been unable cither to commend or condemn. Thus has President Wilson brought joy to his many friends nnd confounded his enemies 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" There is an effort to be made in congress to hae President Wilson sit JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE, KV. as one of the peace commissioners, .... ..AMMAa. him out of the t IK...I u..w.....n. even if it will tako country temporarily, which will be' nd lull viluu paid against all precedent, if not against i raw runo the law. Tho country will take ver I Midas and kindly to the suggestion that he be u Goat SUM commissioner, as no one is mure con ' ' petent to act and none is qualified t " "' act for himself ami the world W NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION .1 TIK V7iV7jiSJ prvAs-.- , rjji ( t JSapTO) .;. P7i .( $4.50, $5.00, $6.50 $7.50 Boys' $3.50 PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS The House For Better Values We verily believe that the world hns seen the last of war, anil that the Ijhvt of that glorious day has' arrived "when nations shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks and learn of war no more " The peace commissioners will see to it that none of thee engaged in the frightfulncss of the recent con flict will eer engage in another or otherwise disturb the peace of the world. Hereafter there will be a way for them to be made to keep their covenants and not recard them us "scraps of paper." News come from Holland that the former kaiser has decided to live In Holland nnd buy large estates there. While our troops nre over there it would not be a bad idea tinder such circumstances to give Holland n whaling for permitting such n brute to have lodgment there. However, there are extradition laws that will get the beast, if it is decided that he shall bo tried for the most collosal crimes in history. $ vfc ' i fr-m- in Notice is hereby given that the ficsheii Telephone Company, was b the uranimoun consent of all of t stockh. lJers, dissolved on Octolmr 1918. and its nifairs are being wour ,' up Ml. lilMtN' (IflOCH. I P M N'NKI.LHV. President Secretary si r HEALTH TALK I SPANISH INFLUENZA 11V 1)11 Car-Loa- d OR GRIP LRI! II. SMITH. SENICA CAMERAS 1 I k i HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE OF SENICA CAMERAS AND LET US SUPPLY SUPPLIES. YOUR NEEDS. The Lincoln Pharmacy J. All old enemy is with us agVin, and whether we fight a German or a perm, we must put up a good light, and not be afraid. The influenza runs a very briel course when the patient Is careful, and if we keep the sjsumu In good condition and throw of! the jxiiEons which tend to accumulate within our bodies, we can Remember thcfe cheapo the diaca.se. three C's a clean mouth, a clean skin, and clean bowel. To carry off poisons from tho system and keep tho bowels loose, daily doses of a pleasant laxative should be taken. Such a one is made leaves of aloe, root ol of jalap, and called Dr. Pierce's Pleasant relicts. Hot lemonade should bo used freely if attacked by a cold, and tha patient should bo put to bed after a hot May-appl- Flue Tiling, Etc., Received Today W. H. HIGGINS, -- Sewer Pipe, Stanford, Ky. W. ACEY, Proprietor W ""KI.-ii.- 3. .t. i 1 News comes from Lexington that To prevent the attac': of bronchitis or Editor Desha Rreeklnridgc may lose pneumonia and to control thu pain, the sight of one eye entirely from an Anuric tablets should bo obtained at tha two unusual disease that has attacked it. drug store, and one jriven every tabThu Amino He has been confined for several hours, with lemonade. lets wero first discovered by Dr. Pierce, weeks. His eyesight wns nlwnys bad. and, as they Hush the bladder and and the entire loss of one eye will be cleanse thu kidneys, they carry away a severe blow to him, rendering him much of thu poisons and the uric acid. It is important that broths, milk, butalmost without sight. Wc trust that mustard foot-bat- COW AND HOG FEED We have just unloaded a car of Pig Meal and Dairy Feed. Now that you are not permitted to feed shipstuff 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. and simple, diet the reports nre exaggerated, and thnt termilk, to strengthen the sysbo given he will be spared so great un afflict-io- n tem ami increact tho vital nwiftance. The fever is diminished bv the u"! of the A ii uric tablets, but in addition, the foreHoovor, the man'who has reduced head, arms and hands mav bo bithrd with water (tepid) in vlneh a our fooil allowance to a starvation of palaratus l.ns been dissolved "nipt, snvs that we may not expect in a quart. After an 3'ar!c of prfp or ' decrease in the price of food for pneumonia to build up and strengthen" dm-- ; itore obtain at long time This is pretty tnugh, but tho system, tonic, called tho Irontic" Tab-a " good iron we can eat our costly allowance now lets, or that well known herbal tonic, with better grace, since we are assur-- e Dr. Picrco'a Guldcu Medical Discovery. I that there is a good time coming when the demands of the stomach PURL1C SALE can bo fully gratified. table-spoonf- ON Information comos fiom Washington that tho censorship of news will bo lifted and that Creol's Ilulletin will be discontinued at the end of tho month. Hut why waste good white paper till then? It was never worth n tinker's damn and if it wore well. to be done, 'twere well to bo ibine luickly. Tho War Department nnnounroa thut tho soldlurs will bo mustered out as soon ns jobs nre open for them. This Is therefore to inform Mr. Hakcr thut wo have Jobs for nt least two of the men that he took from us, just as soon as he says the word. SATURDAY, I NOVEMBER 23RD liuKinnlng at 10 A. M I will off or for s.i ii on thu Itlddur place, 2 uillns .Southeast of Uttniilielin, toward C'ruh Orchard, tho following stock, crops, etc., 400 shocks of corn, MO shocks good fodder, about threo acros first- - class biickuheut, about 1,000 xtkks J. H. Baughman & Co. of good tobacco. I will also off or for salo team of good work iuuIub, C years old, harness and wagon, a hunch of G slioats, weight about 40 pounds, one cow and calf, aud other things. OSCAR L. ROBINSON, Crab Orchard, It. P. I). No. 1. Col. M. H. Johnson, Auctlonuer. 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-m- en of odd sizes, stout, very tall, very short, as well as regular sizes. All-wool ROBINSONS, STANFORD ft fttUdU rt.mmv.$msuine&iu. ;, r4fip n ehLlJaJS lt - A?t ' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Nov. 'if i i 15, 1 91 8. Page Five ! ,. ' Bi a Joy-Walrd- r, Condensed Statement of .Report Made, to the s Comptroller of the Currency by ' -- "Gifs-lffo- r Corns i I The First National Bank Of Stanford, Ky., 2 Dropi, 2 Sccondi-Co- rn It Doomed! Wion yon nlmoat die with your nn find corns mnko you almost rhn wslk li Rfl stray from t lie pnm, inko n vacntwn (or n minute or two rind apply 2 or 3 drops Milr-nnr- FLOUR RESTRICTION LIFTED It has been decided, for the present, wht-nflour nmy he sold without to all classes of trade. J. N. Kutindeii, County Food Admlnistrn. lor, Rtifnford, Kentucky, November l sub-ilut- The Bottle That Holds World's Greatest Remedy Th n41 m i i Mot Powerful Building Up Run-Dow- n Tonic Known F'or I5h, mis. Km Systems, Two hundred per cert, proficiency wns the record established by SergL 0 Ilodd, of Mt. Vernon, Ky., n ' .' .':;: - .. On November 1st, 1918 .'V RESOURCES: Loans, stocks and bonds $403180.19 U. S. 2 per cent, bonds 50,000.00 U. S. Liberty Bonds, 1, 2, 3 loans 38,342.18 8,200.00 Banking House 177.92 Overdraft 90,891.48 Due from banks and cash $591,091.77 Total LIABILITIES: 550,000.00 Capital stock-Surplu- s member o'f the 1'rovost Guard Company nt Camp Taylor. He did double of what was exported of him. Sent to Kv.insvtlle, Ind, to return two prisoners, he brought bnck four. The two additional soldiers he had nrrcsted himself on the streets of Kvnnsvillc. A programme of (he new (Irrmnn (Joveininent was given out in a proclamation issued in Herlln yesterday. Freedom of ipeech and suffrage for Scjij Jrori r1 nmerai both sexes. " Thim. and Ihrn only, will you bo surr lliat your corn will loosen from your lo no that you ran peel It right off Klnrloutly easy with ynnr lingers no dinners of continued imln why uso grrasy, Bml sorrtiess salves, plasters that shift and ptrss Into the "qulelc," raiors and 'MlKRers" that raakn corns Meed end also crow fastrr7 t's " p.ilnlpss. rnsy, nln.iys sure 'flrta-l- t There's only ant- likr tt In tho world that's !ts-It- " Millions have tried and O, KM It for years It never falls. iite-It,- " the Kuarantceil, inney-luxrthe otilj)urc ny, cmts tut a trifle l liny ilruu lerr. l "Mr Corn, f.tl Cltui Off, With CU nf tlin worliVs inagle and only ulnr corn-pfelr- r. "Orts-It- cn ll"l MOTMER7civrrcHH.r "SYRUP OF FIGS" ir TONGUE IS .OATr.U. If croit, frvriS, clcin I it 1-.- li1 m SJ rt .tf dLfIT Grippe, Etc, Tf you are now suffering with nn difense nt nil of blood, kidneys', m stomach, you need this great remedy of nature itoolf, It hull.! tip tire !, worn-ou- t people, rrjuvenaUr, sb stomachs, relieves kidneys that nre o erwnrked and sick In fact, you cbm not find n remedy thnt will do you f.v much good ns Acid Iron Vineral. Thousands of genuine testimonial-- , thnt come In us unsolicited tell how sick people have been made entirety well by In the majority of letters Ihe writers arc glad to have ut ufc their names so that others who arc suffering may he helped to both health and happiness as they have been. Tlr Mck, -r ir li''loil, l?OANOIE.V.. nod not think thnt Acid Iron Min-a- l is a patented medicine, bemuse, i: is not it's a remedy supplied by nature herself, and it is free from alco-hDo s howeli. fund Undivided Profits, net Circulation Deposits Bills Papable 40,000.00 3,811.95 50,000.00 412.779.S2 - r, by K. litwreiK'ii A lauriiUairo. Ill 34,500.00 $591,091.77 iold in btanforu and recommended ns the world's best corn remedy by The Fenny Drue Store. Mr. wfcit Total, 11 and Mrs. It. G. Hampton, of Junction, came up today to relatives. f Congrttsman llaikley, of the First Kentucky, hns presented n bill to make July 18 a national holiday. It was on this day that the American solin the fighting in diers first took I'r.inc e. The event is worthy of celebrations, but our solnns must think of some other way to eelebi.itc than in idleness There are too many holSum (gentry it threatened with idays now What we need are more PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ' Mr. J Fox Ducl.lernr in "flumg." "flu." working days to get the country on Frank I'eters in here from Sprint' a peace liasis again f, Lynn Fence is clerking in The field today buying milk cowi iM'riocrws. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Nunnelley. Willie Mist Alliu Dunn, nf (iiirrnrtl. win Coffey and Mrs. Klizn JJoffey. of Me- -Mrs. W K Warner. gue-of gUu Kinney, were in Frankfort Iait wei'k Itrrtu I'rire. of Gnrrnnl. tun f Mf Mrs. C II Keeton, of WilliamihurK Ktioul of Mrs. T. A. Hire , loii tli in a hunineis lettor to this paper, says J. V.. Tudor, n uncle, canio down that the toll of influenza in Whitle' KU attrnil the burial of Thurman K. county has been great. Tuinr. Judiee .1 S. Owsley left Wednesday, Mr. AtMll, of Kiehmonil. is the mdlnini: for Cliirngo to take the tra n ' ruest of her ilnughtcr. Mr. S. Y. lag for work ni secretary of ore of the Y M C A. army camp. Cnron. rn r. irty biinlfMi rnrTereri. Hull He tmw (i (Innfh. (u r of lnilinnatulKi Mrs. W L. King. Mrs.'W. M. Kine In Ora f M lr tifi Ihej KAIlai (MlTn "1 ur rif t. Iia.nr artl r . - cd csicilinir Home time si hi "ohl lirtme and MIhs Willie and Mary Kiln King, ril"ieIt Wbst r.lkr'i1 bii ilt n' for leiy nf Cnib Orchard, were in the rity curt lo f'r you ui I w ati .n ilu yftUArntlM .at llrKinney. .In nr I It tn.untlr illimeV Thursday They bonoreil this office BiniimMlcii altrr SI rncmlier of the fainilv of inr I'AIHI FOOT 'Uly roel Uir Imiimn rnljrc '" nt (ruA. vv 1n ii Prnit street, are with a call. t'ur 'JO Tint- - thl. rrmirkall' rimc-l- i h flll with ' flu " Mr Jason Weslev, wife Hnd son. brnefltrd it.lri. ul tlinuriiNi nt run mid wnmMl nli oYtr ll i'oiihI't 't u Nix l"ly Mijw llerniro Spnlilinir spent Weil-- of Liberty, were in the eily Thursday You mii.tbr Mikflnt.or t vifiitTe" I" rturr snoby with Mr. Itell.i Arnolil Fmn-ri- t They eanie ui to do onio !ho!ipimr U mKl irrt yi'Mr runi.r l.ni THE FENNY DRUG STORE - clerk of the 'nse Vwle Mr nt linrnstor. Mrs Henry Zimmerman, of Iahiis-Tlll- '"ounly War Hoard. W Handall Cook, of LoukviIIp. it the uest of her .ironts. Mr Catarrh Cannot Be Cured anil Mr. John Meier near Ilighlnuil. to x his mother, who suffered a with LOCAL !TLI".TlON3. - t, f CHIiuot reavh the hi jiurinre pHrltie stroke nt her home in the Cain nli is .1 Unui .llwu;.. :!urouti; Mimw. J. K llurL, It by ciiiiwtllutlosial conditions, un I 'ii'hland section a few days ago. and nml Allen Ilnltzehtw. of (Mhort In oril r to ri'r it o,i fius uiim a. Otv-V- , are nil down with the iiifluen- - whn is in a dangerous condition Ititilli.il rcrniKl,. UhII 'urrli "tnlt trt uail X.) Muck Wheat, who left Cnaey ooun- - emu bliHHltakrii h mltrnuliv ,'irf. hlIh e i In nn Muiiie iei Mr. and Mrs. (J I' Maury mil lit- tvty many years ago and located nt BVslim Ci.turrli IiUn.iic llall pru'ill'ij bv nni of III.- iK'st r'n 'I ail-i- ll of Mineral Wells. Toxn. Vnlluy View, Texas, where he has be tle i iilac Mitmtrv fur yo'iis. ni It ' i.Mil' f Uuown tint nf are risking Mr. Mnury's parents, Mr. come a very rich niHiu has moved to I nibltid Kitr)f if it i' s Willi i."ne hio ' I Gainesville, that State, and orders his puii.irra . nf i. Ur. and Mm. Menefee. Tin ihjItI.'' MA th iriemlb nts tn U..'.rs r i Matthew IVirtman Kinxel. of Mt. I. J. sent him there 'derful line it- wh.it v'ifiui . it sul'n in .tin m! e. 1i! ia t'ci ! for Vernon, spent several days with hit j Charlie Dawes came in from hi' 'its. Mm. fnUier. Hnlicrt Finzel. The younger home in the Highland section Thurs I' J "IH NCI . i'O, Trrps.. Toled. O. All LIltl'RltP. Ttr Kinrel is convalescing from a severe day. He hud been down with the "flu" llpt' s i'ii-ij'l'i" 'n lonsflratlon pell of sickness. for two weeks, during which time the Ai5s C his fainil;, also CENT llmirliMiin and MUs other i members of Mr. Ilnrry (AJi here fcre 1 rent i. word meh hue r.h spent suffered the epidemic. Sophia Sntniilers, of tlisn 25e Mfh!iMie with urder' no J le Claud C. Singleton, formerly of Mr. Sntunluy here with friend. KOir SALE.- - Two" weanling" mule Iocn;eii nt Knid. Ok Joe Will Routt, of llustonville. 'pent McKinney, has colts. J. M. l'ettus, Stanford. here i the guest of lahoma, and orders his paper sent the week-enFOR SALhVA'number of pure He is a splendid automobile The there. Ur. and Mrs. I. C. iiroun bred Hniirbon Red turkeys, Call or friends of Mr, Leslie. ('iinmnghnm will man and the supposition is th'it he see Mrs. Silas Messcr, Stanford. 92-lie glml to know that he is ahlo t- he will engage in the garage business. . -OirSALtLVl'oTamrChina boar; very successful in it at his He was ut after having had the influent.-.will weigh about 2.10 pounds, a good d home in this counnty. Pnnrille Messenger. ('. Lynn, who him a splendid In ordering her paper changed one. Ray Hall, Stanford, Route. No. t. position at Newport New, Va., ar- from Savannah, (leorgia, to Swarth-more- . 1. IViinlvnni.i, whore bhe is FOR rived the other dsy to speml a few RKNTA furnislied bed light house inj with Mrs. Lynn and ilnughteni. teaching in the Mary Lyon School, room, or three rooms orforunfurnished. keeping, furnished He uniil he tiieil mighty hard to j;et Miss Malinda K. Miller, formerly of J. C.McCInrv. Stanford. Ky. 85-t- f homo In time to vote for Stanley nml this city, says: "I have been a ''flu" geldTng. "FOR" SALK "Sorrel Helm, hut It w:n impostiihle fur him victim, but am well. I certainly have Works nnywhere and a good one. See been saddened by leading of the many tit do so. It. F. Rout, Manager, mo at once. Mr. (!. I. Maury, who is here with deaths in my dear old home. InfluenStanford Water, Light Ice Co. SO-za seems to have run its course here is wife visiting the family of her TRNTnJRKr Mattings, parents, Mr. anil Mr. J. N. Menefee, and schools, theatres, etc., are again Hugs. Wall Paper, Lace Druggets Curtains had a win telling of the death in open. 1 am glad the old Slate went Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases though we scorn to have Pictures, Stoves Canada of a niece to whom he felt democratic, W. A. Tribble. Stanford very near. She was Mrs. Dobhs, wife lost out in the country at largo, Judg-in- g from the returns to the House "MAID. Wanted a maid to go with of s civil engineer, and was reared at mo to my homo nt Oak Harbor 0. nml Sonnto. IJrtwmer, Alabama, Must bo capable nml willing. See inc . ..' at once, Mrs. J. G. llalloii, nt Wm. Heck's. lp. (In nceount of a great many new pallonts thnt Dr. Weber, tho fort loctor is treating, he will take new patients until Dec. 1, and will positively not take any new on?s uftir Thr Bank lias received nil the Coupon Bonds of the Fourth Liberty Loan, subscribed for by its customers. The subscribers will please cnll for them, or if any of them prefer, the bank will retain them for snfe keeping, subject to their call. Children love this "fmit laxative," and nothing else cleanses the tendei stomach, liver and bowels o nirely. A child simply will not stop ROANOKE, VIRGINIA to empty its bowels, and the re sult is, they become clogged tightly "X.,,,.!,!,..,.,!,.,,,,,.,.,,.,.,,,,,, , , , ,, ,i.......-...iiii with wnste, liver gets sluggish, stomach sours, then your little one be! feverish, don't comes cross, half-siceat, sleep or act naturally, breath is bad, system is full nf cold, hns sore throat, stomach-ach- e or diarrhoea. Listen, mother! See if tongue is coat t I will rell at public auction at Hustonville, beginning at1 P. M. on ed, then give n teaspoonfulof Syrup of Figs, and in a few hours all the constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food food passes out of the system nnd you have a well The house and lot In Hustonville owned by Mrs. Uriiti Ounn at the playful child again. time of her death. The house ie In fairly good repair and the lot Millions of mothers give "Califor nia Syrup of Figs," because it is per contains 9 or 10 acres of good land. There is a good barn on the fectly harmless; children love it, nnd place with cistern at barn and another cittern at the residence. Arso it never fails to act on the stomach, a never-fallinwell. Will also sell a lot of corn in the shock and a liver and bowels. lot of household and kitchen furniture. Also a pair of good mules, 5 Ask your diuggist for a bottle and 6 years old. of "California Syrup of Figs." which has full directions or tiabies, child Terms made known on day of sale. ren of nil uges and for grown-up- s plainly printetd un the bottle. Rcwnre of countt rfeits sold here. Get the genuine, made by "California Fig Syrup COL. J. D. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. Company " Refuse any other kind with contempt. ni or other harmful drugs. Don't delay, call for it today. For ite by The Penny Drug Store. v.. f T The Ferrodine Chemical Corporation PUBLIC SALE ..i. t 'Cnl-Iforn- SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23RD g Mrs. Liliie Sandidge, Hustonville, Ky. B. . t j!.- i ri3 K 3 b) -l 1 hsJ' iM fill JLj g i i.- r, Itock, Implements, , Furniture, Etc. Having lost my helpmate, I will offer for snle at public auction at the Capt. B. F. Powell farm on Knob Lick pike, six miles from Stanford, beginnig at 10 a. m., on ' . . - -- "AfVORD" -- Thursday, Nov. All of my stock, d household and kitchen furniture, ets. 2t LIVE STOCK: horse mule, 5 years old, one 3 year old eclding, good harness gelding, one general farm horse, 7 years old, one team of mules, G and 7 years old, mare and horse, none better. Five fat hogs, 3 of them will Weigh 400 pounds and arc ready to butcher, 4 brood sows just bred, 25 shoats, weigh 80 pounds, sow and 10 pigs, sow and 5 pigs. Also 10 nice ewes and one buck, about 150 chickens, some thoroughbred Leghorns nnd Buff Orpingtons. All pullets, except 12, which are roosters. One tubular crcaan separator, good as new. One 18-han- d -- n .le-w- 92-2- tf FURNITURE, ETC. Two good 9x12 rugs, old time folding bed, one nice dining room set complete, table, buffet, chairs and china rack to match, one refrigerator, good cooking stove, heating stove, 4 burner oil stove, kitchen cabinet, tables, and all kinds of cooking utensils. One 3S0 Egg incubator. One 1918 model Ford Touring car, with electric starter, lights, horn good as new, with Kelly Springfield tires, one R. M. Arnold buggy. Everything has been bought since the Fall of 1916, and consequently is in good repair. h mi Your Prescriptions Receive FEED 200 bales of extra good mixed hay, 1,200 bales of straw. Will load on car at a reas- Prompt Attention At IS firstclnvs short SALK. yearling stoom. Weight about 700 noil mb, Hereford, Polled Angus and Shorthorns. John II. Watheu, Leb Dec. 1. FOR tf onable price. Terms made known on day of stlc. anon. Kentucky. COAL. 1)2-2- You are given thirty days The Penny Drug Store ,, t .! III by the Admlnlktration to got your Winter's supply of coal. I will endeavor to have plenty of good cleun coal for you all. Come when notified, N. W. Fowle. lp. CLAY P. DAVIS, Stanford COL. J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. R. F. D. No. 5. jp ..Al..Z-Sr4- W ,CMSXi31CQm kms'x ! ' . .- -- Page Six , I The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, A COMING FIELD. Writing of Lincoln county in the Oil City Derrick recently, George A. Whitney, welt gnown oil scojt. nays: 'One of the newest fields to nttrnct ' 'nttcntion in the state of Kentucky is Lincoln county, and Indications nre 'that this f'eld linn been overlooked I flB by ninnv of tho oil men. It look like I j -- .. - i inm - i. one - iL.- t'uiuiiii? fi.it. oi me. rtnni hi minnd while the wells nre not of t,ho mslier kind, thev nre like those. Hint mnke tnon"' on a long pull. An event in the commcrclnl h'storv of the eoun-t- v took place nt Wnvnesbur". on the Snihrti I't'lrntil when the first link of crude oil evr produced in I inrnln mnntv wru rh'rnei to thn Sl"ndrd O'l romftiiv of K,ittu"kv's r'nnt H loiiivllp bv the Dnnlel lloone Oil Company. wtijtp li"s for some "d without ostentime been nniet' tation, gnining an Imnortnnco as the rpntpr of pntr"rp) fo" h'x southern hlf of the wMlthv and nrogres-iv- e Lincoln countv It remn'ned for it CommerciHl Club to n'ld to its laurels bv secur'nt' the etnblishment nt that point of the terminus of the nine line from the oil field jbout ix miles northet of the town The cHUens of Wa nsbnrir, reeocniTing 'he import ince of th oil develop ment, iiprnmc booster for the industry without pxcentlon nnd throtirh he efforts of Monr, Thnmnon. th otithern half of I inroln countv was leased by the Daniel Boone Oil Company nnd other companies. "About January 1, 1317, the first test well in the south end of Lincoln m county was completed on the Albert Schuler farm by the Dnnicl lloone Oil Company, and as this well had a good show of oil with a strong flow of gas it justified the drilling of additional wells in that section, m but it wus not until the following July that oil was found on the Joseph i Tf Wieland farm on the headwaters of Buck creek, and at this date the Daniel lloone Oil Company has 17 pro ducing wells on the Wiclnnd fnrm and 53 wells have been drilled in that section 30 oil weclls and 13 dry holes. The oil is found in the Cornif-crou- s formation, more commonly known as the Irvine sand at a depth ranging from 200 to 350 feet and is from 10 to 50 feet wide. "About -- 0 years ago, seven shallow wells were drilled in the headwaters of Green River, all being produrers, and one well in that section of the county is reported to have flowed from the Sunnvbrook sand at a depth of 800 feet. This sand in the Ohio fields is known as the Trenton rock, which is the right name for iL At nbout this time two wells were drilled on the Baughman farm, 2 miles south of Stanford, to the Sunnybrook sand I LINCOLN la Fashioned Grip Influenza ure very similar to olJ fashioned crip pains throughout tho body, extreme dizziness, slrep'-2S- 9. chills, IiIrIi fpv liciJachr, (1l8(url.il il.estiOii wltli runnlifc; at I 'if rtoio nnil pfps ml oxresfHs n showing an n and congestion ; me nuirouj linings spit-tlnliflam-mAllo- Resembles Old Tlic symptoms of lih'I Ci Span-lu- ll fefc WIm M. trrsA d m IV' Manifested by Catarrhal Condition With tho first symptoms of Influenza, It Is well to consult your fam-Iphysician nt oncp. It I" not tlio illap.iso Itself that Is to lie frarri no much ns It Is the cnmpll-catiowhich may follow. To wnrrt orr ;anMli Innurnzti or as nn 1,1 to returnlnK health nfter an ntt.uk, nothing Is any 'a better than Dr. World Famous 11 Ilart-roanI) r.. o o Public Sale ! -- a 9 $&7 OF O J) For Catarrh of Every Description Take PE-RU-N- A Live Stock And Farm J L-rf' The well known and direct action of Poruna In restoring and maintaining a healthy condition of the mucous membranes through-on- t tho body makes It tho greatest disease preventing and health restoring remedy known to science, .r!m,r,;l?l?r".1l0.yc,!r.s Pcr,na has rctalnPl ts tltlo as a reliable to health o! tho American family. OF USERS THE BEST J1EC03DIEXDATI0X VT'WAInr ., T , .... ...... ....... w ... nt ii.nv "I Feruna exreruna for colds and prlp. It upru cellent for Catarrh of tho head. I uo nil you claim and more. will .My keep I'eruna and Manalln In the family nlways have a hottlo on house all th liaml time." Mrs. A. for stomach nml bowel troutilp and colds." deo. Clark. 12 Itunhle, Hot S. wiiivii on rci. Try IVruw First Tablets or I.tqnltl Sold Everywhere ANNA, OHIO. And Tn nn address to Congress assemGerman Foreign Secretary, requests bled in joint session, President Wil- that President Wilson intervene to son announced the ten.is of the fltmis-ti- c mitigate "the fearful conditions now which ends the world war existing in Germany." According bec-can- UXFERICVCE Implements Having sold my farm and not expecting to buy another, public auction on I will sell at 9 to a German wirelesss dispatch re in London, Dr. Solf says he feels it his duty to draw President reparation for all damage Wilson's attention to the fact that dor c, occupation by nllied forces of the enforcement of the armistice conprincipal gateways to Germany, hand- ditions, especially the surrender of the ing over of the principal units of the transports, means the starvation of German high seas fleet, surrender millions. of onough war matcrinl practically to disarm the German forces, nnd the The American army had reached a occupation by America and allied total strength of 3.7G4.G77 men when forces of strategic gateways to Germany to enforce the fulfilment of hostilities ceased 1 1th, according to terms of pence are the principal official figures nt the W- o- Department. Of that number, 2,000,000 had been sent to France, Italy or Russia. In a message addressed to The remainder were under arms in of State Lansing, Dr. Solf, the this country. pow- er lo renew it. Evacuation, of invaded territory, including they strip Germany of the all the ceived e, Alsace-Lorrain- 'n 9 atiirday, Nov. 30 Commencing promptly at 10 A. M.f all of my personally, consisting of the following: a Public Sale ! Hat:3g told my farm and decided to go elsewhere, I will "til at my place, at public auction, 2 milet South of Ottenheim, on the Chestnut Ridge Road near Milton Warren't Store, on Registered Cattle, Sheep And Hogs 2S fine registered Aberdeen Angus Yearlings, bred to Dean of SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16th Commencing Q.VE promptly 9:30 A. M., t: the following described property, EXCELLENT TEAM OF HORSES 6 AND 7 YEARS OLD, WEIGH FROM 1,300 TO l.dOO POUNDS, 8 GOOD FAT HOGS, TWO GOOD MILK COWS, ONE FRESH WITH CALF BY SIDE, THE OTHER WILL BE FRESH THE FIRST OF JANUARY of Corn, 1 good Feed Cutter, 1 Wagon, lird good as new, 1 good Range Stove, 2 good Heaters, 1 Dresser nd a number of Bedsteads and Springs. Also I will sell several big bushels ol Buckwhrat, about :n or Molasses also a fine lot15ofbushels of Beans, 7550Chickens of Oits, 70 bushels of Potatoes, different kinds, and many other things too numerous to mention will fin told at this sale. Sale Will take place rain or shine. Don't forget llv ijatc. Come One; Come All. t will also sell 200 shocks GALLEY one of which is furnishing gas to the Baughman home, and the other well was reported as a oil well. The sand was found in that section at a depth of 735 feeet. five-barr- Hillcrest. 2 fine registered Aberdeen Angus Yearling Bulls, extra good. Complete catalogue of above registered cattle now in course of publication. See that you get one and come to this big sale. 20 good Covs anJ C ilvas, (5 g'nd yearling stock heifers. 23 extra good stock ewes and one buck. 60 head of hogs from shoats to brood sows. C. L. SHOEMAKER L fa Cel M. H. JOHNSON, Auctioneer. -- - - ..-- . , v..n. ,J.. -- niift nssrmsssgfiMaiaMsl TREES! TREES! WE GROW A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT AND SHADE TRP.E.-5- , SHRUBS VINES, ROSES, PERENNIALS, EVER. GREENS, ASPARAGUS in fact "Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden." FREE CATALOG. ,,,, Ship Your Produce LEXINGTON, KY. J H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons (No Agents.) "Among the companies operating the Lincoln county field arc: The Florence Oil Company. Newton Oil Company, Wyoming-KentuckOil Company. Pcivedcre Oil Co'iiany, nnd the Daniel lloone Oil Company. These companies are running eight drilling machines in the field, but with a pipe line to handle the pro-- l duction there would be much nddition-- 1 al drilling done by such companies as the Codcn Oil Company, Wood Oil Company, New Dominion Oil and Gas Company, White Brothers nnd a syndicate of Chicago and New York capitalists, and all are holders of territory in Lincoln county that is bound to be tested out. The only pipe line in the county is that of the Daniel Boone Oil Company, which has just complcte-.nfter a long and tedious wait to get pipe and pumping outfits to equip the line. It has certainly been a red letter day for the Daniel Boone Company nnd the citizens of Waynesburg in general for the new enterprise in the county, which some day will mean a large source of in come for the land owners from their royalties and the business people in general." in y & m HORSES AND MULES 1 9 G 1 1 1 I 1 old horse mules. pair extra old mart, mulrs, pair extra pair good 3 year old horse mules. only good old mare mule. old horse mules. pair good brood mare bred to Jack. I 1 I three-yra- r old driving mare. extra lO.yrar old family driving mare. good old saddle and bar. ness horse. 300 bales mixed bay. 100 barrels corn in crib. FARMING IMPLEMENTS All Farming Tools consisting of ensilage cutter, I first class Deering binder, 1 first class Superior wheat drill, 1 McCormack mower, 1 good as new Deering mower, 2 hay rakes, 1 cutting barrow, 1 extra smooth harrow, 1 section harrow, 1 manure spreader, 1 steel roller, Poin-dext- a a bout; 3 sisting of Automobiles con 1917 King Eight, in good running condition; 1 1 er 1 good hemp machine, 2 good as new ToUs Secretary. Cascarets Best Family Laxative Harmless to keep liver, bowels and stomach clean, and cost only 10 cents Tonight sure! Take CnwareU and enjoy the nicitat, gentlest liver and bowel cltmnsliiL' vou hnvu ever oxner-luncoil. Cascarets will liven vour liver i und clean your thiity feet of bowels without griping, tou will wake up feoliiiL' L'rand. Your hwul wdl bu cliwr, breath right, tongue clonii, and stomach swuut Get a box now at any drug ttoru. Btwt cathartic for children an woll as grown-ups- . Tste like candy and never fail. Tliey work while you sleep. 10-cu- riding cultivators, double shovels, to. bacco plows, and almost very too! used on a farm and in good condition. 1 Splendid corn crusher; 2 good farm wagons; 2 good hay frames) 1 new John Deere wagon complete! 1 buggy) 1 runa Best Oakland Roadster, always ready to go) 1 better than new Ford Roadster equipped with 5 new demountable tires. 5 new United States tires and tubes, shock absorbers; Klaxon born, etc., in good condition. Be glad to have you test out these cars be. fore the day of sale. Household and Kitchen Furniture. Home Parmer, now is lite time to start you a registered herd while you can do it. Do not let the opportunity pass you and let these fine cattle go to other states when you need them here. W STAPLETON, President and General Manager. C. W. CRACRAFT, Dinner on the ground for everybody. A. D. COATES COMPANY COMMISSION MERCHANTS 51 WALNUT STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO. HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE Our Specialties Are a a a a a a a a a. Remember thh day-r- ain 1-- or 2 shine-Satur- day, Nov. 30thSugar Tree Grove Stock Farm, 2 miles from Paint Lick, on Lancaster and Richmonc pike, nine miles from Lancaster. TERMS Liberal and made known on day of sale. EGGS AND RABBITS SEND' US YOUR TURKEYS FOR CHRISTMAS fi and Egg Cases Furnished FREE to Our Shippers. Oim WRITE US FOR PRICES. W. R. COTT, formerly of Lancaster, Is with us. P.EFCKENCEi Pearl Market Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio. s a a Ea Ca IVIc Whorter COL JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. U. S. Food Administration License No. Hiuh-clas- s tenor Journal fob nrlntlm' nt tlw in. olllce. aaaaaaaaoCiOOQa0aaaa(9aoaaaaaaaaa .j: vaeaxr v; - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, I Page Seven Fmmmtsmmmmmmimmmmmimmmaammmsmmammammii Gates Half Soles Try thorn nml lio convinced thnt yoii enn innko your old tiro n nnw one, by having it half nolo It with the famous OATES HALF SOLE. It wil run you .1,500 miles without n puncturo. Thcc nrc 30x3 10x3 V, n few of the prices nt the present: ... . 31x34 32x3 34x314 31x4 32x4 A ...... Tl ,,.,. . , 1U. ,. , . ... ' .... . ............. ...... ..... , M $10.50 12.70 13.45 14.75 10.40 10.75 20.10 U.1 J HmHltMHWfHHWtmM.tMHtMMtlttt i IJ" Brine your old tire and let us mnke It new. The Inernational Rubber Sales Co. DANVILLE, KY. J. II. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. G. II. MASTERS, Local Agent. The Price Is Soon Forgotten Quality Is A Sticker When j ni have bought the John Deere lino you havo buiiKht tho bust. Come in ami let us show you. $75 John Deere Slat itottom Stag Sulky Plows Plows Slat Bottom Two-wa- y John Deere $120 John Deere 10-- 7 Van Hnint Drill (complete) $150 $65 Jhn Deere KMIi Disc Harrow with Fore Truck Cultip-ukerDunham $90 Soil IViKcnzers Dimh'tm's $70 I 1 ot s Julian Riffe. who is now shit.oned at Now York, Im returned after a fow das visit to tho homefolks. Mfss IMtlle T. Cirpenter, of Dan vlllr, whs here Tiimdfty with relatives to (5ime Warden S. J. Bmliry, of Stane, M- -i I. V Mr. John Alien ford, wim her this week looking after I i of I)niiville, it. i those who Imve liecn violntlnjj the 'i f. ! its Saturday. v "rpln Donlinm is unite sick ,'. me Inws. The "Flu" epidemic hits quieted wit'i i'r'ien--- i Hi th home of hci ' .Vr Hurry Nisi, in Florida. down quite a bit, and it is to be hoped i. V i is verv sick the hair will be lifted in nnothor werd. .nil the nw difensp. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Spalding nnd Wfllimn I'ui.n is on the sick list. attractive dnuchtor, Anno Knthrync, Miss 'orient? Ooniliett Is visiting week end of LoJnpton, spent ie friends H Txufx ille. Mtk. Clarence Dunn and Imliy have with Dr. Eilwnrd Alcorn nnd family. liccti MsitinK rclnthei" at Turnowllle BREAKS A COLD IN thl, week. JUST A FEW HOURS. Almost everyone took pnrt in the celebration here Monday night. A few "P'pe't Cold Compound" ends the grippe mitery Don't ty window lights were broken from the ituffed-up- l j..r of the dyniimitn. Therf wan no end to th amount o ammunition sot You can end trrippe nnd break tip out for the boys to nc a severe cold either in the head, chest Major Snow and family nnd Mrs. body or limbs, by Inking a dose of Tuikir nnd dnui;hter, Martha, or 'Tape's Cold Compound" every two Msiti-relative in filmkertown this hours until three doses are taken week ncc-triIt promptly opens clopged-uDeputy Sheliff CikIii mi was and nir passages in the head, en bujinosH this week stops nasty discharge or nose running, Mr. and Mrs. .1 II. Held, Miss relieves sick headache, dullness, Ilcrcht-Newborn and Watt Thornsore throat, sneezing, ton, of Hrndsfordxille, wen- - here for and stiffness. n short time Sunday. biow-in- g Don't stay stuffed up' Kuccne Dunn and family and Mis and snuffling! Ensc your throbLou and Miss Iiotsy Cowan wpent bing head nothing else In the world Sunday in Danville. gives such prompt relief as 'Tape's Mi.s Kuth Fields is rccovrrinu from Cold Compound," which eots orly a nn attack of the influenza. few icnts nt any drug sUre. It r.cte J. L. MrKce Hiffe sold hU hand-som- e without assistance, tastes n'ce. rnd Chalmers cur to Squire J. K. causes no inconvenience. BY' sure f nd Helm at a fancy price Mr IMffe get the Kcnuine. and wife left Sunday for Cincinnati, I where they will mnke their home. Dry leaders in Congress will conA. J Weddlu and wife visited Dr. tinue their fight to press the wartime Cain at Somerset this week prohibition measure to the final Muriel Reid, Vernon Childrcvs, Jess II-- i Ku.-H'ift-ul- HUSTONVILLE. Judirp William Myers, wh,il" vWt in friemH nnd relatives nt Liberty Inst week, licrnme sucfdenly l!1 Ills f r N nrc ie ply grilled us in. n l h.i i '. k' irv low I. ( utannnl fr I l. M. - nnd wife .irtlved on i at his liedi'.le. j .. , win U now lbCH-,f hero for a tWt Riffe nnd Charles Ailnms attended the footbnll itimc nt Danville last Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs Robert Ronton Woods of tStniiford, spent Sunday with Mrs Pnm Owens I ri, si-- .'ii-n- - lf lii-r- r (il We will win this war Nothing else really matters until we do! fef'Mtof JUS Be patient here I Oar Boys are getting H ! a rhu i WRIGUEYS over there! . ,'1: V-?- . , lTs3Mf VmofCod J'rofi 13.25 w J -- John S. Riffe, Hustonviile A Few Choice : ,. if.xTofil-lM- Vl ,&?iStl a&tfKBfl You Are Invited To Attend A Public Sale Of Live Stock At My Place 1 1-- J 2 Miles From and Desirable Town Properties Farms Lawrenceburg. Ky. For Sale SEE US Why Compare Beef and Coal Profits? Swift & Company has frequently stated that its profit on beef averages only of a cent a pound, and hence has practically no effect on the price. Comparison has been made by the Federal TrMte Commission of this profit with the profit on coal, and it has pointed out that anthracite coal operators are content with n profit of 25 cents a ton, whereas the beef of on fourth of a cc a a pound means a profit of $5.00 n ton. The comparison does not point out that nr.thiacite coa' at the onboard is worth at wholesale about $7.00 a ton, whereas a ton of beef of fair quality is worth about $'100.00 wholesale. To carry the comparison further, the 25 cent profit on coal is 3!2 par cent of the $7.00 value. The $5.00 profit on beef is only i1; per value. cent of the one-fourth p-o-- Friday, November 22nd 40 Head Mixed Cattle, some good young & Owens Dinwiddie Hustonviile Moreland and Attention Auto Owners Stop That Leaky Radiator of you rear. We have the agency for the Swinehart Tire, 'guaranteed tor 5,000 miles. Ue carry in stock all knuU ol ol Auto Accessories, Standard Gasoline, 2S cents the gallon. We sellall grades "Mobi!c".Oil. Calljand see us. ' We make your old ones Hood as new. We sell the Copper King Spark Plujj, Cows and Calves, yearling Steers and Heifers. 65 head of Mules, a few Mule Colts, 33 yearlings, 30 from 2 to 6 years old. 1 Shetland Pony. 10 head Jack and Jennets, the proceeds to be donated to the Red Cross and Army Y. M. C. A. ! Dr. Wash will sell a few Thoroughbred land China Boars. Po- H. B. CARPENTER, Lawrenceburg, Ky. uaranteedthe life I J. W. Sherwood and H. L. Iglehart, Auctioneers I USED AUTOMOBILES Now is the time to Buy and Save Money. We Guarantee Every Car we sell. Radiator Repair Shop, 3rd St., Danville, Ky. - - The profit hns Hit'e effect on price in either casr, but has K.s crvCt on the price of beef than on the price of coal. Cord may lie stoied in the open air indefinitely; beef must he kept in expensive coolers because it is highly pernsiJuble and must be refrigerated. Coniuilu.! tiled by the carload or ton; beef is dehv crftl to retftilc s by the pound or hunjtud weiRht. Method of handln g are vastly different. Coal is h'indleil in hh cars; Iwcf must be shipped in rcfrifcwrator cars at an tvn temperature. Fairness to the public, fairneas to Swift it Cnmpar.y, fa:nica to the packing industry, demands that '.hef. i.. disputable facts be considered. It is impossible to dtbprovo Swift 0: CotniKiny's suite-inen- t, that tta profit, on btcf are so ndl uj to huvc on (iri.xj. puctijsliy no l( LISTEN TO THIS H To the Public: largi-t- t ( rrprriit Ibe Wouldn't you like to live in nd 1I unjw urii.r huuir In the midst of good churches, Lit V 'ri'rlothlnr Co, CMcnftt, IhliIII counlrr m ani Ur In uj th risk good schools, good people and (Mrlmti.four uirnirlo ln Jirrcllni kdinnU,) rlutbM, mr llir in( ul nut pmrtlrut Uilor If joo our nne who will rite ne your i.rdT, I will prtriulne jrou shade? If so see qor itrsl Tou will rel IIik woiiIi ol join Binni)r illlitr In Hie cliratwil trJr r Ihi B. L. FAGALY lljhfr pneri. Wf SPRING AND SUMMER AT STANFORD, KENTUCKY ( He Has t Nice HonicForYou. iur vf MtniilM Ii now ( n now tiid pedinB AUCTIONEERING can get you highest prices for your Und, stock.xcropj or househo.d goods. I II. C. RUPLEY,,'.:;r,,D.TI' Danville Business School A ruJr Irl in lour l frihow joa 1918 Buick Roadster, $1,150.00 1915 Buick, 5 Passenger, 550.00 L916 Oakland, 5 Passenger, 625.00 1916 Overland, 5 Passenger, 600.00 Three 1917 Fords$400. $425, $450. SF.E US AT ONCE .t Salus Cried Anywho-- i JOHN B. DINWIDDIE. M0'" Practical Dutineti Education solutely Neceitary To Assure Succen. Ab- Swift & Company, U. S. A. A. B. C. Dinwiddie Undertaker and Funeral Director Junction City, Kentucky The Danville Business School G'ves This For Catalogue and Information The Danville Buick Co. I Ad. m Hum mn Tnrn - I - DANVIILE, KENTUCKY dre ' D. B. HARRIS, Principal, Danville, Ky. . gfr L. B. CONN, Prop. Walnut Street, Pliona 798 'V" ' . i ;j r.i Page Eight 1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Nov. . . . .. 15, I9I8. T" lA'Klcklnjr Ui bucket" hu al Im ume ticcn a synonym for eertatn kinds of death. It' is a fifrure f speech, hut n workman at Camp Knox made it an actual' reality, by iyintr a sheet around his neck nnd klckiaic a bucket from under hlrm LAND, STOCK AND CROP W. n. Mnynnnl, of Camp Dick Robinson, sold, to Hilly Wllllnm, of Boyle, 50 hogs tlint will average 'JI0 nt 10 I i 3f'champions. ccnU. They go today. Mrs. Oco. Howrrman hns sold her farm of 82 acres, on the Georgetown liko in Fnyettc county, at ?40Ji per ncro. W. II. Moynnni, formerly of this county, hut now of Garrard, offered her $400. At her sale, standard bred mare sold nt $.100 to $700, milk cowa $(00 to $182, nnd hoirs 15 to 17c per pound. Tho highest price ever paid for n bull in Cngland, $17,200, was paid by Col. E. II. Taylor, Jr., for n old 'Hereford, one of the Lynd-halohenl, which will be shipped 'to this country and added to tho Hereford Farm's roster. The animal weighs SJ.G00 pounds, the heaviest .Hereford hull in the world. d nil vils ancestors were grand 1fl ., tm. .l tm4 !..... To The Tobacco Growers and General Public if AA-- A 4 ": : -- jacent To The Danville Tobacco Market: We wish to announce that we have purchased the Walnut Street bacco Warehouse and in the future will operate under the name of WAREHOUSE. We earnestly solicit your patonage and co-operati- mr .: PUBLIC SALE will Hell nt public auction nt ray place, 3 miles from McKlnnoy, on tho MliIdletiurK pike, on 1 ;fe ToFEN-NER'- S WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ' ' V 2tTH, 'J I f . 4 on. and Chairman Hurley, of the Shipping Bourd, will Rail for Kurope tomorrow to study the fqod problem in Northern It HooVcr 3Fiod Administrator W. E. FENNER AND RALPH PITT, PROPS. Danville, Kentucky. MORELAND. Miss Carrie Huston is the guest of I Franrr. ,. 1 IlrRlnnlns at 10 A. M., tho followlas described property: 6 milk cows, 3 o C years old, I )mrllnK bulls,, calves, 16 hogs wrbtht 100 0 shoals, uelnht h jwunds, 1 oxtra brood sow, 1 boar, 'welsh t 12S poaads Mule colt, 100 shocks fodder, jot com. lot oals In bundlo, 1 wnifaar 1 buggy, set blacksmith tools; bot 1,. S00 pounds of good tobacco, leorn slieller. 1 elder lull), 2 lumlnn aiaws, 2 cultivator. Household and kltelicn fiirnlluro. Terms mado known oa Any of sal J. a. WILLIAMS. ' p ar pou, k4 fVA " -- i t 4 '- Y A large crowd attended the Coffey sale last Tuesday. Mrs, Jim Helm, of Hustonville, was in town Tuesday. A new roof is being placed on the MethodUt church. Miss Mollic Harmon was here on bu.iines.--i Thursday. Mr. I). It. King went to Liberty A mild, effective remedy for constipaWednesday on business. tion that is peculiarly adapted to the needs of Mrs. Tom Best was in town with relatives hut Thursdny. elderly people, women and children, is the Mr. nnd Mrs. W. R. King are visitcombination of simple laxative herbs with peping relatives In Junction City. sin known as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It Mr. and Mrs. E. MeClurc have been very M with the "flu," but are much brings natural relief, without griping or strain. better. Mr. (lord on L Colston is the guest of Mr. Claude Dinwiddle, who is on a furlough. Mi Mollio Harmon bought two I line Heifers irom u. 11. King at a fancy price. M;-s- . Dr. Phihpps, of Junction City, The Perfect Laxative came over to attend the burial of Judjro Myers. by Druggists Everywhere All the uteres were closed last Wed nesday until 3 p. m. on account of the Y. M C. A. drive. Mr. Will Dinwiddie nnd family, of ft TBtAL DOTTLE CAN BE OBTAINED. FREE OF CHARGE. Br WRITING TO OTu W. O. CALOWCU. 459 WASHINGTON STREET. MONTICEILO. ILLINOIS Junction City, wore the guests of J. B. Dinwiddie and family lat Sunday. We are sorry if Mr. Coffey was disappointed in not selling, but are J Fcnring that their men will turn EDITOR McDANlF.L DED. certainly gud that Mr. and Mrs. CofW. L. McDaniel, ownci and editor fey will remain in this community. jpon them, comsiandera of individual German armias havo issued appeals of the Commonwealth Weekly, fiied PROTECT THE CHILDREN to German commanders to take over in the Somerset Hospital following an Children are as likely to get the the Gewnira arms and prisoners. Prc-io- u attack of pneumonia. He wa.i thirty, dispatches mentioned the fact six years of nge .".nl 13 survived By grip nnd influenza as grown-ups- . Foley's Honey ami Tar gives quick in some cates the officers had his wife and four smnll children. that relief from all kinds of coughs, toldbeen .ittsctcd and the red flag of reAccording to recent advices from croup and whooping cough; covers p. volt p German raw. inflamed surfaces with n healing Amsterdam tho soothing coating; clears air passages, is facing a tre- newspapers have adopted n remark- checks strangling, cnoking, coughing. Tho United States ably meek tone since the revolution, Contains no opiates. mendous problem of feeding the Sold every controlled portions of Central and the majority are upholding the where. W new regime. Ruhsia. M "My Utile daughter and myself both use Dr, 'Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and find it invalu-'alil- e as a remedy for constipation. 1 would not be without it." (From a letter to Dr. Caldwell written liy Mrs. .Will II. Thompson, Kipley, Ohio.), M.. Timberlakc. Well 'Armed"! g&Z3)i fly surely tint bladdr trcitihbs Ix-- Dj yo'i k no tt nj;ht? fir nil S.inol i from all backache art! drawn from the Belgian capital. bladdtr (roubles. Sancl Is a KUnt-i- n. teed remedy COc and J 1.00 a boitle nt Iho dny; tore explosion ul the plant of the T. A. Gillespie Company at Morgan, N. J., do eloped the probability that the disaster was the work shell-londiii- In 21 hours Sami! Is The tity f Itrunfls is novr entirely kidney or free of the German yokw, all tho rIus roller force i of the Huns having been with- The senatorial investigation of the BaMBBBBBBBa of German agents. ehip Syrup Pepsin Sold DR. CALDWELL'S 1 KTIl.Vy Vhcn cwtils the io is no tamjttto c-r- During tho war 831 Norwegian have been sunk by Germnn sub- - Aberdeen-Angu- s Cattle oth-- r marine. 1 hlrty-thre- e vessel Southdown Shrp. Duroc.Jrr..r Ho. wen- danmgeil In thee attacks, it siTho bojt bloodlines is represented in euc'' t these famous breeds. Ilijtli estimated tht l.rjo lives were clasi individuals for sale at all times. . Help witn your mt..rrithe War' E- - v- - CARSON R. F. D. No. 8 j Stanford. Krntucky Fund. i lt fftt w.iSi-- ro sjcs that tlute is of be takt i - "sj chapecs to Administrator's Sale 1 At 2 P. M. On Friday, Nov. 22nd On Main street in Stanford, Ky., at the front door of the business house of the late E. T. Pence, Jr., I will offer for sale to the highest bidder 'and sell as a whole-the 50cts.&)$1.00 ALUEfllET BAKIKQ POWDER on h'intl. Cal:os..i)ies. do.:iUiuts.nuifii.i3 am ell i;ood thintrs to cat must ix dioi,d up in their best taste and T , st fire-eatin- I looks. Then, too, her reputation as a ccok must and she h" uolicld "ftakos" it on Calumet civ ry time. She knows it M will not disappoint her. Ore!, Entire Stock of Merchandise Carried by the said Pence, consisting of Bol-khev- Bail Band Rubbers and Overshoes '.For Men, Women and Child-- v ren. Buy early; supply ' Bfl PJj kind of bakings day. Cr.!mct contains only sirh inrv(tient3 as have been by the approved U.S. Food Authorities. You iiti yihii job buy it. Yoa lite wLcn jou uic it. "c r a can and have t'ic ctfj mp-n- y" Buggies, Wagons, Farm Machinery US oiT-rial' M U K B9 ft H O cu Q is limited W. E. PERKINS CRAB 0 o X H u u O 4- -i DCMSK7nB9BWUTK3au!KT9RSaS9 If ou have not already done .so, make your donation to the War Fund i; iw. Only n few more duya. And Implements, Field Seeds, Rubber Tiring, Harness, Robes, Whips, Stock Foods and Hardware. The sale will be made upon a credit of three months with interest from day of sale, with approved personal security. A. L. PENCE, Admr. E. T. Pence, Jr. -I I s 'CGQ0(2)(BC500C.'C ttC (St$OeGf9OOf0tOI a M'l ORCHARD, KENTUCKY P w CO U 55 D 4J u0 oO Id PUBLIC SALE! G Having sold my furm, I will tell at public auction on the place on the Liberty pike, not far from Yoscmite, beginning promptly at 9:30 rain or shine, on L - SPECIALS FOR A WEEK: 0 J 2 0 0 Ladies' Dresses And Skirts And Q POSTED! z: D X 9 9 . Wednesday, Nov. 27th, 1918 The following described personalty: One old horse mule, 15 hands high; one old filly, a nice one; horse; one two-yehorse; two good milk cows, one weanling one pure bred Holstcin bull calf; 5 large geese; one Ford auto, 1917 model, as good and harness; lot farm and wagon harness, 1- -2 ar yearling horse colt by Smith T. Powell's heifer calf; one pure bred Holstcin calf; meat hogs; 3shoats; half dozen large black e as new; one wagon; one buggy two-hors- pair work mules, good ones; one two-yepair large work horses; one aged buggy ar a J S Ilea's, Ycrath's and Boys' Sniis and Pants Big Selection; Reduced Prices ion our proporty, and those guilty of iioiiig sucn win uo prosecuted to the full extent of the law: Thomas Manning, William Cordior, Logan Hubble. Ashby M. Warren, W. R. Daugherty, i fife Otto L'nnalin. Mrs. Jlnry K. Welch. T K W ic Waller McKlfresh, WlllloW Andy Flestrltzor, J, C Fox &. W . J. M. Kerr, Will Iloltclaw. I ar, We. whoso names are hereto nt. t'V'hed will permit neither hunting, lishing no rtrespiiising of any kind Household And Kitchen Furniture One piano, good as new, dressers, wash robe, roll top desk, heating stoves, sewing davenport, center tables, etc., one cast one dining table, dishes of all hind, lot of molasses, lot lnrd, meat, etc. About 400 hay, 4,000 pounds of tobacco in hand, stands, bedsteads, chairs of all kinds, ward- machine, one Scth Thomas clock, one range, sideboard, kitchen cabinet, safes, canned fruit, preserves, 12 gallons sorghum barrels of corn, lot baled shucks, 750 bales 5,000 aawed tobacco' sticks, etc. 8-d- J V 0 9 a Terms of Sale All sums of $20 and under, cash in hand; over that amount a credit of six months with legal interest from date. Negotiable note payable in the Farmers Deposit Bonk ' of Middlcburg. Tobacco and hogs cash in hand. THE BARGAIN STORE Salem & Salem tunszEssaefSExxa LfjJ.J.Byrne vMJsS 'Exclusive ' Optometrist Danville, Kentucky. OPPOSITE GILCUER HOTEL Oaice Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to 5 P M J Q, R. JONES, Yosemite, Ky. Colonel John B. Dinwiddie, Auctioneer. 1 J tf. ..j taWflii!ftMiMMK0fevft - VTttWrJBW: -V !"WllT'" z- -r Tl ' :'..' i.4 'i.im