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V FrMiiy. Nov. II 1918. 



CRA^ ORCHARD 

TW "Vht" •M m* to Hw* ■halril 
lk»r«, and 9«ettti  mr* leakinff rlail 
Jack Mwarda, who «m ■« wrv I. rv 
irttb Um UifhiMiM, If inipr«yii«r fa^ 
HllL Jamm C*rp«ntor it able «• b« 
to Ik* )«r k« 




-r a Iftnf vtait 
"1 Mt. V»rnon. 

Mr W I). N. wIikkI w»n» to l^oui* 
»ilt'' a frw cIhvj villi !■ I'll hii-aini"* anil 
mumi'i) Mori'lay 

Mr.  ;h«rlir Thomp'on nnil hia fiim 
it  ara diMTn wich thr mflwiaai Rk hia 
ho«« aMT til* dvpot. % 

Itm. Marr Haator Irat to 
^NHia4 IIm wit^tf with Mta. Joirai« In 
AanfaH. taata*^ at patRS la 

■r. M|. Waltor RurhaMn and two 
af Ma HrfMmi, fram CI««*ImmI. Oliia 
nrm Tiaitinc hla mothat mmi brnthrr 

N»w» hat r*arhr'1 hrrr thHt Civil' 
( iiftii i« BuffariiiK fmm influrnci 
* ^pvni h iMMRllRit RRft la RVtPRR HMRB 

nit rlirht 

Mm .1 I  \V II - h-.y j.r I h-r 

kiiKhand with a fin* boy. 8hr ii fot- 
unn «letiR iiMr R. NapMai in 

Ixpxinfton. 

Nr. Oaontr Harrp )hm baan kar* 
froa Btanfonl, kaviMr Wt ad room* 
of Mra. Qaiasal and will RMvn hto fbn»- 
«rlMnaa«aln. 

Mm. Baatali KInr I* otMtlnir tin htir 
jtt'-rr. aMinti-il hy hrr fathrr-ii l iw. 
M?. nrnriri- Kinir. She i* hoiii'lin^. 
with Mt». I. F Jonr" 

I r 1t'in"'i ihrti' tur'Mi ' m 

. .. M a Mm. Kill" It K I 

II. ■• 'II. t'l • tly«T wriirhini; t\n   v- 
..r» pn iii i. On* of thain w*i.4li .t 
I. sr poiimiii 

Mr». J. B. Wtlli-. wh«. wr- 'l.i 
troai .in «ut.  m-nr \i  hulu^vill'' 
braakiac h^r roll r dona nml «ih'' 
waM iTiiioinK hvr hmlv. it rf^tiiii.' 
raav with hrr miii mi Ni  hnl:i»vil1f. 

Til* Rati Crtt't workrr^ hiivi- l  

romv aariy and lata takinv pr iri in'i 
.no rIothInK to tick and daatHutr fnm- 
iMn. Bn l ilon»tm»i» from Cadar Crtr^ 
.Kd I'tlu r i'.iinl« h:r.o Iwrn «irli\ iTi-' 

An olil I'HfliHl.ir who »«Hdi»«  iti 

I hi) «ho   i:t'Kl to havi' lie -n a li -ii- 

i iliit fur iiinriy m t-.. .|itIi-. I ^ 
IMore war* dirlnnil hr wmiM tn'mv 
Sii now Wf I ' thi.- fi-iiMii-i ' 

iri* Vi*:-?. • \M •' "1'. v\ will 
hr ablr to tfll th-i' I •■ h ■• • h --i- -I I- ■ 
aauta throuirb l)V '. 'WmI ititm i  
■Mka torn* otiivr pi^un tr»v«l with 
him. 

■ra. Bllrn Brittoa, avod 74 yaara. 
dial kt th« horn* of har wa pl iaw. John 

Adam*, noar I.etinirtiin Novpmhrr 1. 
.-Rix wa« the mother of tha l«t« Mr*. 
' '.'-1 r iirpi r, of thik plaw. and • d*- 
i"l tn ith«-r in nil that thr wonl 
.■•ilii-ii til lirr ;ri .1 ml'hiiu'ht''''. Mi*-* 
\t fv Si!i r M' . llri'tn '. «av :i riiililc 
  iri»liMn woiumii :i mrmbrr i«f Id*- 
Mi'thi .li-t .liiirih .Hill w 1^ I .■•(1 i:\ 

II r r i ■■ 1,1. im .-mil fr i- \'i. ' 

lira. Uamtr'n ilruth Hh ' ui ni in I i'\ 
wgton tu renidt. 8hp wu?  ^l^ll kl'll 
wMfc apnondiritia. with which aha auf- 
tttrti inUnaaly for about tan daya. 
■n. Britton waa wall known hare. 
imi m Oalnr Cnok nnd wOt ba aadly 
m-t-'-'ii hy fuan friand*. Onr ajnn-' 
pwRiy » axtandad to Mary R1l»r  n 
har iliMitilo lioreavamcnt. for "In- w;!" 
u •K»thfr to Mnrjr after Mr» Cinrnor't 



CHRISTIAN CHURCH 
I'll"' prrioi) of rnfori I 'i wmlinir fur 
the rotiirn of iinrmal ronditiono in 
. hurrh life affnrHii wondaifni appo^ 
tunity for maditntion. Whai^^ mnny 
m.'tleriat thinmi to wMCk fto knv* 
elunt Utaarioiwty hara baa'n caat rath 
Ik* dtacnrdi wkanarar public 
k||r fhr wavilR|l(' wWck wn IHIVR 
ad ao ■iiiRfy la tha pnctaa af 
kM fcoM iMM w 
tf1lM,RM wa art c a w pa fc J to 
IM* l^RRRhatitato. eor gnmp uRon 
IMHvi tvnqr f inili.;nentnl la tiffhtan- 
ed. (; i l. Chrirt. the Holy Spirit, arr 
••(ittihI vcntiOM rrxrali-il lo iix in Ihi" 
Hil.lr I'lnyi'r. hy whii'h mon- thiiiirn 
nil' ^^^tlUl^hl thiin w** ihmK in l.i'. itni 
inir thr "( "hrMt miiM imlivi' lirwilh" 
I'railuul r(-li;ri  n in ti Ii«-\itu' thr snf 
fiTintf. oharinj the m.rriiwi of 
our neiirhbon ia rrvaalInK more thnn 
toncna ran t*R Ik* Ufa wMiin ui. May 
wa ronlinna In thoaa tktaRB wkil* 
wo .fMid for oar $t» 4& fm Iwaan. 
MntL 2«:17-dO: Mark l4:tt-2«: Luka 
]« : l4^t;H«w«nl i. -Rmaelton. 

MRS. OAVIP~8njiCT~J IAD 
Mfa: tMvId Sttiat. who had bowt 
m far aevami jrtara, diad at Imt Into 
horn* n»«nib Otaknrd ThMndny nt- 
ti rnoen an^ wOl ba knrM in Baffnlo 
i^pnnr* Camatary tkia nflarwaa n at 
2 :3(* aftv TrmaHki at the irraro by 
Dr. W*Mlm. of thi*  iu I^Mi'.-iviid 
waa Miat Om (ivrrxtm-t |ir -vioiis to 
har marriiiiri' uifl nln- li i.i m h' . 
frieniN n- nU- hcn-^iu :tii' li. r fri"i h ni 

■ it» t I Iho ham* M fh.' I.il«- Clidrl 
' ;|.'ii. .nil ,,n the Rii«h llmrn li piki-. i 
^Uf v firU ra;;rrR'ii to Whitlrv 
M r ti'ii" 'v, «n l li.HM'- two jtunn the 
luit ii' I 'ill •.ini'ip .Slip 'v m1 . mir- 
w\ed ty her hnibnnd, Mr. Street, 
whoae devotion and attontion to kii- 
kirk wife for tha jaara thnt hnve 
I-. - r-d. fi'4 bean banutifni Indaad. Re 
^   have muck tymnnthy in 
•'. 1 If rent loaa. 

WCAlTlEIONeri MAKE 

WEAK BODIES. 



DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER 

(Jtiv Whitman Will a*k for a re- 
r iant of tHe hallota raat in the New 
York election In order that "there 
may nrver bv Any doubt at !• th* f*- 

MUlt." 

Th* War DaMMMnt iiwlwani 
ad #M9fn pmvIrhir far an #Mlanin* 
MWnlaii cnniR at CnaR n«*mont. 
GaMfamla, to aeertnmodnta 20,000 



•A four- l«y ronfererrp  f ilnjir 
leadi'm will he hrlil at (".iliiilibii!*,  )., 
hajrinnliHi' Nnvrmber I'', and the 
thevie of the ilHriifllMI «M| In «MH. 
wide iiri.hil'if ion. 

Charli'^ .'Inndern, n prominent horse 
hree ler. i« dead at Salam, Maim. He 
owned Uhlan, wfian in 191   he brake 
the world'f mcord for a mil», foittR 
the dUUnra In I :M. 

Miaa Raton WIlHa,. agod t«, wa* 
inftantly UtM In nn /Mrta wrack 



THURMAN K. TUDOR DEAD 
Few deMw that have otnirred in 
thi* lei'tion In yoam hnve eauaod mori' 
renuine norrow than that of Thur- 
raan K. Tador, whirh occnrrad ni 1 
o'clock Wad n — toy nMrnlnR. He knri 
b**» in of tafkMRB* wMdi wnnt 
Into lawiinki, an4 knvlnr n wwk 
hau% MMk WMaainaaa wna fait con 
remklif fetal ffMn th* atart. For near 
ly n4a*rk h* HnRored between lif.' iiml 
death, hot Jwat aa the new rlny wn 
ix'irtr iwhi-ri'd in Wi .liiptiiiiy, hi» spir 
it returncil In thr (Joil W ho iravr it 
.The liurial on urrril in HiiffHlo 
Sprinj;* ri 'nrii iy nt n to Th ir- i|iiv 
•ftemooM in thr |iri"irii. e of or.i' of 
the Iarire.'*t Knthrrin»r« iii th:il iil\ of 
the dead in a Iupk timr Ki vr II .1 
Bniselton and W. D. Welbum earh 
nMHi* an apRrefriate, bat brl*f tnik 
nt tka grar*. "Sam* Day Welt Un 
dantond," Mr. Tadar** favorite hymn, 



near Bowline Creen. She wan ridinR waa avnc ky n faniMli nf hia fri*nd«. 
wiA-^R^mrty of frlondn when her Jan then tli* *arenMaiaa war* tam*d 
machine ntnirk thr imrkrv over to tha Mnaona, nf wkick fnit*r  

' BHndng of thr ,nrini tii'i' w.ii not'nal order he Waa an honored mem- 

affert the jfovi rii iin'iit s -ih'pl'iiil'lintr i '" T l»ec e.i«r l whs n son of Mr. and 
nroCTHmni". m . or.lini- to Chnrlrii M.|*'n  l  H. Tuilnr, fornK rly of this 
Sihvmti. Hin t' i (i.m tal i.f thr I ■ ""n'N . I'ut now rrxulini; at (irrrn- 
F.inrrKi' ni y Flert   orporiitioii. 

The rennlt of the eln lion i-. (he 
Kleventh Tonrrpujiional I)i»tri t of 
Pennsylvania has hern rhaniroii hytk* 



Kidney Di» »iaa Cattte Many Ache* 
■ nd IM* af Staafard Raopla 



\« nrr Hi 



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1 rifi, I, • . K 



i'±. ., 
[ ilow- 



I nk \vr:iNrn« "i rli in 
knjliryu wval^. 11 th.' 
.r Kaittrn ibi r.ii;il 



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I. 



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1%e |■^M^"^s of a t'riiirful niilmii 
h.irp I'-inr uii to thi' Thri'i..- . f (ir.'iAfc 
lor Wooilrow WiKi.ii, Ih.' 'I' lii nf llir 
hanr. The man who inwt r^ fur iiKiivr 
anyone of aarthV I'lrnti -^i I.':. I ■• » 
The mm wko kaa heron ally piir- 
anad his own courae, deantte all the 
aMMHai nnd alnndar hurkd at him by 
tkaaa whom ka fad nnd wnmod ami 
**ilwtod. Tka Man aUa to hmk hiith 
boyond tk* ennuMankte* tkinga and 
load tk* wkol* world tato n pnnee ao 
lu i-i lv and hrro'srfllv purrhanod. To 
Ilia wa* iriven the power to lay down 
I Se n.'.i' r i. rii's nf thi- uarrinir nn- 
lioa.4 Hii'l 111 liini r ilur Ihr reverence 
uatl hnniMi'r nf fiii iiil iiiiil for. .\nil hr 

klia i'l l'S' Wnll Ihr Tl.lllir nf thc irr''Ht ■ 
.hi l i;ill III thr WnrM'- hi'l'.rv. 'l'..! 

• ko Ihr wurlil will lir alile to Her what 
ticBtiHriiry really and truly mealj. 
May he live lonir l   rnrry out the 
Hannd pnitrmm he hu.s m.'ippei nut. 
nad both Bapublieana and Democri to 
•■* bonnd to avknowMc* klai n hova 
loader raiaad up for th* hour. 

MOW A^SALESMAN SUFFERED 

R. .1 I'ort.-r Strrl'ii.'. Col . wrili- : 
"I aufTi'Tr l  vi|li a iiainful. wrak hark 
ito a tra.rlmi; kmIi'.-^imiiii I hint tii 



t ' "11 

■«r . 1 .111 r ■ I..' 
llv « hro It ■ : r ,i. 1 1» it 
*h'.|.' I'll,!', iiiffrri. 
\rhi~ anil painf und laniruor nnd 
iHiniiry ilia froqaontly rome, and 
thrra IK an erer-increaaing tendency 
tounrda drupiy. xravrl or Brifrht'a 
diMwae. When the kidneya fail thar* 
ia no real help fur the aufferer ex- 
cept kidney help 

l o*n'ii Kidney t'lUa act ilirertly on 
tka kidneys Stii'if'M-d testimony in 
pr  o. of their effi tivoneMi. 



firlil. III. .Mmn.nt .ill of hiK   nlrnili l , 

life hail heen apent In thi» lounfy. and Huslotivillr. and Wri-lry Km 

he was .SO yearK old in August last, j '""''V- " "' J 

Be had for H lonu time l een not only 
n member but an officer in the Stan- 



aoldiof vote. John J. I'aaey, Oowoendl, 

haa d*f*nt*d kix Rapubliran ot^ionont tfi Chriatina ekurek, knd n Inrf* 
I y a autority nt N. nnd intoraaltat Snndny arfMel elnaa, 

K. H.^ar^'gnap out a wnrnbig to wa* indaa d aa* off Ik* kaat work 
'f r btnineM men of t^n eountry to av of tkm lni|* oa ng n in l l on. No 
' !•' ra*m He declared th- 1 the -e- cleaner, bettor chriatian ic*ntleman 
ori Ltation aroulil h ■ s.itiKf'o-i baK lived in tkia section in many de- 
and thai the peopir e^h.iiil.l 'lot i:rl | cidrs. and hia death is a dintinrt loKii 
al^rmi'.l or p.-inirky t'l "i i ify nnd community. .\ .'.plen- 

Kir.it (ii'oriri' in mr '.irc of , ,.|i- i ■ i : ■. - niati. .Mr Tudor had 
uratulritio.i til thr rni!. '.'. thr \ ::i,.'i I ■.'iffu i' til of thi  wm l l'? 

mil Ihr f'l'hlini.' fniii ~. r\pr. --"s '"' "wn » hi iur. ati'l m it 

hr irtfrit (.'nititiiilr 111 hi» ov, r- rii  hi- i-^'f^.  ■■ ■■ ly ,,f v. jfe 

Kiilijeitji, "whone won.lrrful effort.'* l' nd ^'vm iii' mi'v« ■ ' I .l.iurH'rr. little 
nnd Mii rifirrs hnve rontriliuted i ^'flrfa'" W r l.-y 'ru lnr. wrrr i i hap- 
•o irrentlv to aerure victory which is'nV as mortal- c- 1 'o It on thi* s'dc 
now won." Icf thr irraye. Hut dr ilh lovr' .-i sh nini: 

Kepre« cntative Allen W. Hafiiiey "••""'^ " \ioo i (Jod called him to 
hiks i.iiroduccd in the Hou** a re*- 1^'** ^^^yo'' tha aktaa to evermore 
. lii'ior makinir n nation.il holiilay o'' '^e sunshine of Him Who k«y« 
.'lily IK. which ii« the il.ili* thr Amrr I him. Sume years aRO Mr. Tudor \v«» 
■1 11. n'ii n. first tool. 1 ;ii .1! nr i,, |m*rH*4 to^Mits Pearl Fields, who 
li l.- ' l I'l Prance. It w.i^ nil .I'.iv ?8 daughter mentioned 



f .niiiua C hn t onn-Thierr ' 



iliovr, stirvivr I1 ni 



orphan arr 



't \.r,' 



Tin widow and 
'v ui.d desolate 



y. J I.'. Whitley 
\   "My kiilnevK 
and I frit run 
I h.i'l dull iiaiii~ 
- my loins Tlu' 
• »us irrrcular. 
. jiry I'llls nnd 
New Stanford 



Mis. K. .1 ( , 1.' 

\v . .,'. S'la-fni I. . 

« I--. It ..f or.li ■ 

!■ '1 mil I iri d oir 
." ■ ' .il k iind a ' 

u t in!i uf my kidiir 
I irHil of Duan'!! K 
buu '111  i mi at th. 
Drui; t oinraiiy. Thi» medicine soon 
put my kidneya in kvo«1 order and 
n»U*vod tk* ayptoma of kidnay 
traubi*." 

Price ' Oc. .It all d.Mlan. Don't 

itnulv • ■ fo .1 kidney romody — K*t 
Uo.n'- K '''It. I'llla-tiic same that 
■Art. t oo . had. Knvter-MHbum €J*., 
Mf.T.t.. 1: .'falo. N V 

DON'T INVITE   COl D t 'R TIIF 
CRIP 

If ynu f .d "s'.iiffpil no " lilna'.ed. 
bilious, lane 1. id or have si I: headache. 
»our stomH 'i coated to ■ rue. had 

hrr'ith or ■ •'t; r cotiditio'i r:'.^iied hv 
I II ' 'li- ' stion. a Fidrv Cuthartir 
• " o' I nipt '•r''ef. It i' 
iilio; ' "inc. •'"run -h' 
. h • le-i .' n ». . ' 



Tiiblrt »lll 
» (centK- 

T n*;! n 

.'IT 



fmiuriilly to iiick up my Kfip!*, 
sad 1 mil when I Htrui'.'htened up 

to 



wa. swful. I W IS induced to try | fi.,,,^ , „d su.-ar 
^4»lrv KiillU'V PiIIh Hili.'f wa..* im 
lekdiatr. Sny. th. v arr ^-rral.' 
I'ruoipt .'l"il lonir. S'll l .'M'lywhrrr 



ANOTHf no : MF.VT '.VFEK 
The i'e** u of I.inc' 1 coupt.." 
h.'i', nhipve l '? ^•■i^.it. !• helmet* 
7 ! sweater-,, r pair" i f wriftlets and 

•.MiJ pnlr» of * rk». Another hox will 
!••• sbiiipoi! (h ' fir«» of n'-tt wr -k 
I iiry h.MM i ' . -y ,,/ M rn r." v fo.- .-il! 
w liii '.vi!l k' It. 

Mr. and Mr.. C »?oveV •" M( 
Sterlintr. rnfrrl " '! «iih .1 family 
ilinnor in Imaor . ''1 :r fiiiirlh wed- 
dinif ailnurrsnr  Thrir four . iiiih. 
with their wi\cK itiid rliildreii, ai.ti Ito- 
U'rt (;a;,. thr u.-i-d fatlwr of Mrs. 
Iluwall. were (ruesls. 

PHOENIX HOTEL PENALIZFD 

Till' I'hiieiiiv ll'il.l il I.' MOi'lnti 
u:.'* priiali/ril for ^ inl.il mil nf Food 
.\ ill. iiin--l U.I loll rul'--. In Ihr u.sr of 

The company waa 
leli aned on the dOMllMi aC fl.SSOO 
to the Red Cruaa. 



that thr t , 
fi;rh t 01 1 II I ti 

Ul ifi It-ar.l, v.rr. ordoied to atopl^ '  ^ ' V wrcp 

1 ^. f\ '.r I. ■ " irr I!' or over .H5 ' I'llli iunleil ^yIIlp,lthy "oC4 
 '".|. :, ,,! (., «:r|,( .,M ,,|| i, !.'^io.|i '"'It ti) tliem. ;h  aL:''d tathrr and nio- 
•i'rr  f.ii ..II, h ri'vi-iraiils not sent out. I ' '"'"^ 
It wuK fill. I offu iully at the Provoat 
Mnndial (ieneral'a office that regia- 
tranto from 97 to 441 yann old wko 
have received qu«*tionalr** n**d not 
fill them out. 
The War department has issued 



t.i th ' f.muly i r thr iv fr. 
',\lin-r I .11. Ills h.i'i Irarnrd tu lovr ihi' 
yiiuiiK man a.s they did their own 
boys. 



nn order barrinir civlllsna from in- 
duction into thr iiffii'Urs' Irainm.- 
camps. Imt no deripion has I. . en irm h- 
d In t'l.' -i.il'i.'* of -hr  , hoi'l- now 
b  ine lirld It Is hrlirvrd, howi'i 'T, 
that llir st i de lta uill lie pornii'.ti I 
• . 1  . I o| ir th.' riiurses und, if they 
win comniisHiiins. will tkea ko kotl- 
or.itijy tli. i'hai 'i'il 

'S I INCOLN COUNTY SLACKING? 
The attrntion of the )roo l | eopIe 

f our county \* called to th* fact 
that the United War Work Cam- 
oaiim chMMs on Mondny nigkt, Novom- 
her istk. At tko preaont aMwa tkan 
Snlf of the quotn for oar ronnty i* 
vft to he raiaod. Friends, we must not 
fall down on this work. We raniint 
tifford to iihirk our rconp . Inliiy. If 
w'll he n ln«tine rvpronrh to thr fair 
name i.f our rounty If wi' full 11. iw 
't '^ iii'.rr ilisi rrditable to fail on tlii~ 

r ' r 111 in if VN ' hii.l f iili'd on thr 
' 'I' '»  I .. I- I" I '■ 1 iii.T innianrr 
\. . H . .' nil 11 V i riiinriit al nrrs- ure. 
' ' '' is I imi ar'n ur arr uorKiiie only 
for ihr rood of the world and tha aav- 
ir. nf our boy* wko hnve won the vlc- 
*nry. How ran w* fkc* tkeai wk*n 
•hev retam if w* ar* AuMetona of 
h.. \ ing do**rtod tk*m aa aoon na tkay 

.'r   ont of tk* tr*nrk*s? Hew e*n we 
fir o.ir Pr**ld*nt and Commander- 

'   l. if. who snid "the world must 
'■r iiiridr s'lfe for drniorriiry." if up 
ti.'iye ronrrmcd our»r|ye» only with 
.mr 1   " laf. tv an.! are ready to frr- 
irrt iilt'.i'i'lher thr err it work of rr 
roii-'t r.i. I "'1 in \  hi.'H this r.iti.in of 
our* m':-t phiv :\ iirniniiiriit part? This 
IS |M'.h.'ii - our l.ist nnportunity to 
iii.ik. :i i-i . at cift to our splendid men 
who ha r risk.'. I all and many of 
\\Hom have made th* iniinnw aacri- 
r . I . Let UN Riv* aatn w* knvt R tost* 
of Hucrifii-ial Joy. Lai Ikao* wko knv* 
not c*ntr(katod com* to tk* all of our 
roinmitteo and h*lp Lincoln county 
"po over the top." 



JOF MACK NEWLAND CONE 

; Jnr .Mi.k N'i'\yl:in.l, son nf .M:... 

I.Vniile N.'w'.aiul, ilird in ('lev.l.iT!.!. 
Fiiilay in. I the r. ni.i'. s Wi ri laid 
I to rrsit at I "Xrikrlim l iirHilay. Ilr had 
I l.rrii in ;lii:t lit.. f..r six or seven 
Ini'.r.l'is Mi'.d was rnK-iced a* a vrtn- 

I'.w. dnwar and advert iaing writer. 
II !^ many frienda here framed with 
much ragrat af kia nnHnwIy d*ath 
nnd sympathia* wMk the BM tk*r, bro- 
th, rs and aiator ta tk*ir toropnmble 



TuetcUsrs and Frkkys 

Th* a*wn of Aa dtRik af t^tut 

WllImm M. Myoia^ Hi anatonvill*, will 
cause sorrow ak» M » w the splendid 

irentleinan wn- known .A pnod citi- 
T,vt\, n splendid jrrntleman. a model 
i hiiHhiind and devoted father, he was 
a. Inured hv all who had the irood for- 
tune to know him. Ilia death orrurrad 
at I.ilierty al noon Wednesday and 
his burial took place in the Must  n- 
ville CeinPtiVy al 10 o'clock this 
mominjr. aftpr hnrf servicen by hia 
pastor. Dr. A. H. Baugh. Jadg* My- 
era had gon* to Ukofty to aptRj n 
few daya wUk Ikn ralntiv** aad 
frienda of kla yoaagar daya aad «aa 
St rickott wkil* tknv. rwr nnniy yaara 
he had b**n a aafCirer froai B i lRkT a 
diseaa*. Hi* popnlnri l y ia  thawn to n 
Kllifht extent hy hia election to the 

county judgeship of I'asry. when thnt 
county waa even more overwhelminp- 
ly republican than now. Since his re- 
moval to l.inrnln county he had taken 
an active hand in p diti .a. His support 
meant a irrrat deal to the democratic 
aspirant for nffirr .and it was ! ou(fht 
by many wM ii.iked political prefof- 
ment in this county. Judg* Myaga 
married a daagkter of Winatoa Bow- 
man, of likarty, and kia widow aad 
two MM, Uaat CaffUri* Myata, at a 
Soathsm enap, nad Bowman Myora, 
with Dr. Barrow's unit in Bngtend, 
survive the Kood mnn. Hia dantk kaa 
east a frioom over the West End. 

tloriou. victory mnny n glad hand " 

• « « » 1,,^ liiirial. thr wholr town turninif 

out to pay their Inut tribute to the 
friend, who was a friend indeed. 



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TWO GALLANT "SAMMIKT* 
Tk* nbov* b*ya ar* Uneobi conn* 
ty products, aa many of oar r o ad ai s 

know. They are Francis Weathcrford. 

son of Mr. and Mrs. J. fl. Weathrr- 



T l-.T'itTv. nf this City H'lth nrr doinR 
service "oyer there," and Imth volun- 
teered to help l.'ncle Sam out of his 
trouble. They are a fin* pair and 
when they com* BMreking home in 



will b* glv*a tkoni. 



BLO0» NDUNDS 

TRAIL MURDERER 
Marshair IIcrrinR an.T son. Forest 
Ilerrinir, of Hustonville, were here 
Thursday morning rctoming from 
Rockcastle county, wk*r* titey hnd 
been to trail th* man who had kilted 
R. Sinuleton, aom* IS mil** out in 
v.. (....Mtry from Mt. Vernon. They 
.."Iv tn"I. one doB. with them hut it 
III' ill ...r'n iiciklv and well. The 
M 'lil .siioii ( I'-kr l up and the i a- 

• ire went diiertl. t.) the housr where i i„„.„. » _ . --.j «« 

.1 L 1 I 1 1 '^"""s Anderson, ngoi 16, 

Marion Puiham n-. s. He hnd alrendy' 

heen siisnr tnl :ind hr wis i.il.:.'n to 
tfie M». \'en'on jail, CI r' Thnii'T)- 
son ha^ alrcndv been .;a.lrd on the 
charge of participat.nir in the killintr. 
Durham wi'u ni 'vinir bin uncle's furni- 
ture fro  i :« house bel'^nKln^ to Sin- 
gleton, when they had hot words. It 
is claimed that Durham ua*d n Win- 
ch rster. Th* wound waa in tha back 
of Sinirleton'a head. 



JAMES ANDERSON DEAD 

The heavy band of sorrow an.I 
death ha« bern laid on the family of 
Mr. jin.l Mr-i. Henry C .Anderson and 
In llirlr (.T-at loss aii l tmuble every 
heart in this entire section Koes out 
to thcni in unbounded sympathy. For 
wreVri from one to a h.ilf dozen of 
th'.it r^iiod family have be n ill w ith tka 
infiirhfa, and •Q.Wednesday mom- 
let ween midnitktnnd one o'clock. 

cnllnd 

o the land when tkare ia no aoROW 
tind no death. The fin* younr man had 
been ill for some time and hia phya- 

-al condition h:id become so frail thnt 
it could not atond ihf nivairea of the 
fearful enidemie and his life paid the 
forfPlt. His barinl occurred in Buffa- 
lo Springs Cenirlrry at 2 . ."50 Thursday 
afternoon aft»T brirf services at the 
irnive by Rev. H. .1. ISr.i ''lt..n The 
folIowinK of hia younjr fri!'nds iirfrd 
'as pall-hearen: 



TIMOTHY ENGLEMEN DEAD, j •' " pall-hearers: Howard Brazelton, 
News waa received here yesterday J"" , .lames Railey, Hike McCarty. Fred 



FU! L OF rOlD: HAD THE CRIP 

^!.':in «i'l 11,' I'b isi'd In real hi'W 



WAR WOMC CAMTAICN 
The county won pmtty w*U ran' 
*d Wedneaday tor mhocriptiona to tk* 
War Work Pand but tkia pnpar re- 
grete to atato tkat tk* anm naked of 
the county. $14,735, is far from be- 
ini; raised. In fact hardly half of it ha* 
been seen ml so far and if we are to 
I'll "'ivrr llir Ion." as «e have in the 
•thri .lri\rs. Kiinie tall hu!itlin r has to 
l r dune in th* next few days. 



BRING THE TOOLS BACK 

Tho.se who have borrowed from thr 
•ountv. pii ks. shovels, sled^'e ham 
mrrs ,1' I tlir like are ri iiiirsteil ti) re- 
I urn thi iii pi .iinptly to 111.' work Imuse 
on II. I'ol .street. These are 1. adlv 
needed and it is Jeaired that they h • 
hroii^'ht or sent in at one*. J. T. I ':.l 
lerar. .Mairistrilr 9'J-2t. 

CARD 01 1 HANKS 
We deaire to Ill-Il l fr. in ihr .1 ..ihs 
of grateful hearts the many v lio vvnr 
so kind and thoUKhlful  if  iur drar 
boy in his aiebnoi* and death. Thril 
Cod's richaat Ugainga auy ever be 
tlirira, ia our paayar. TlMinaia Tndor's 
Father and Molkar. 



of the death at his bom* in Pn*bln, 
Cut., of Timothv En^oman, aon of 
the late Jamea Englonun, formorly of 
the Hubble section of this county. 

.Miout l."! years ajro the deceased, then 
a small boy, removed to Pueblo, 
v\hi're hr lias sinre lived. While only 
;i'_' years of are. Mr. Kl vrleiiian held 
a most resp.iiisililr position with the 
Colorado Fuel aii'l Smelting' Coni- 
pany and ni.iile :i h.uiilsome salary. 
His ilralh was thr result of pneu- 
mtiiiia, resulting from u week's at- 
tack of influenr.u. The splendid younir 
man ia aurvived by hia wif* and mo- 
tlwr, b*tt of whom won at hi* bed- 
aido when tko end enm*. H* kad a 
nambar of relativaa to tkia county, 
among them beinr an aunt, Ifi^ 
Rliza Harria, of HukUa, and Mm. H. 
1. .Snufley. of tkia plaatt, wk* li a 
cousin. 



THAT TERRIBLC BACKACHE 

Mis.  ' llvde, IlomeHtead. Mich., 
wri'rs: "I had that terrildr haik-ichr 
nnd tiroil out fiv'linu. scarcely able to 
do my work, but lind by usin* Foley 
Kidney Pilla that I lOon feel Hk* a 
new person." Foley Kidney Pills 
hein th* kIdnevH 111 ihiou .mt poiaons 
that cauac bnckache, rheumatic paiii' 
and aching lointb Bold »v*rywheri 



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CARD OF THANKS 

w -Il to e:.prr;,s .mr sip 



Kev. II  ; (' Hall. . k. of Shaii;:- 
h^ baa compiled a ('hMifse coiiord 
anro It is. in thn r volunieit and con 



e re 

' I W ■ Vrwni'iii. I'lin; Norlhruiid St . i *t''"'^'* thos'' who wi re s i kind ti' 
•'harbstoii, W. Va.. \va» restored to 1 us iliirnn' llir sicknriw. and deutb of 

. Ill I'.diy. /.. I'.i Uurbura Bniatltr J 
II Wreiiii an.I family. 



he-'Ith. He writes: "1 waa down sick ' 
t.nd iiothinir would do me unv rood. ' 
I wo.H full rf col I. Had the ifrin unti; , 
I irot two .''lOc lioHleM of Kulev's 
BIRO HUNTERS BUSY Hoi. ev an.I Tur. It is th* b«st mmadv 
Thi* I* th* first day of the w^/mon f"' t-' '"' ""'I 1 *V«g Rga|."lhM 
for akaolinK quail and the Nimrods 1 ^verywheie^ 



»«:aa 4il0,0UU direct or indirect Hible of th* count \ are making aa saver* ' 
.rfaaancei^ using wer ijmjm Cki- • war aa tka Mok Wkitaa m lha AgMR') 



Louiaviile haa uveraubacrikod 

UTTJM hy Ut.m ia Ik* 1 6to kottto w«l 



When yuu bar* backach* the Itver 
or kidaay* am aam ta h* ont of gear 
Try BanaL tt «Ma aaadwg tor tk* 

A Irtal 
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PASSING UNDER THE ROD 

The fii-u nf Mr. .\. \. Pntts. oii» 
on the Daiuille pike, is certainly pass- 
ii'i; under 'he rod of afflirlioii IHl 
••intr Ihr iiiflu "r/ i I'li'iirniir Mr. I'ott,s 
has l.i-t h'^ w 'f a'l'l tw.i ilaui'liters, 
Mrs. Klosil I iKins ami Mnt. (irover 
Millufi '. \t one time every mem- 
l.cr of ihe.se three families was down 
vMih 'flu," and had not friends and 
neiffhbora com* to th*ir aid, th*m is 
no telling how mnny would knv* Join- 
rd tha ailant awjority. Unhoaadod 
sympathy go** out to Mr. Fotto nnd 
Ihr .itbera whose sorrow ia ao great. 



CUT* -niU OUT— IT IS 
MONEY 

DON'T MISS THIS Cut out this 
slip, enclose with Tie to Foley A . . 
•JHnr, SheiVirl.l Ave.. Chi. :'.iro. Ill 
writiiiir your name nnd a.ldress cle.ir 
Iv. You will receive in return a trial 
oackoKe containing Foley's Hnnev an l 
Tar Comnound. for courhi, colds nnd 
croap. roloy Eidnay PUIa and Fob v 
Catkartie^likblela. Bold ovorywhere. 

FLEMINC~sTIcHrLY WOUNDED. 

The Coniniandin;' (n rn r .1 ..f ,h.' 
■\nierlcan K\l'.''ln :..'r i- •"."■' s in 
Kraiicr. rrporfs that Use.,' Flemmir, 
nrxt of kill. Mrs. H,rdie Siic.vvdir,, 
  f R. F. D. 2, 8t«a^«^l, Kentucky, 
has b«Mi tilBkltar waaadrJ to ncti 



.McCarty, Joe Crimea and Powell Wi- 
thers. A large crowd attended th* bu- 
rial and banntiful flowara brangkl ky 
many friondn. Yonnv ^daiaa a jalaad 

the Christian ckureh^Wkaa a awm 

child and was a moat «xeellent boy te 
every way. It is indeed aad that b* waa 
. ut down so early in life, irhan th* 
years that are to come seemed to hav* 

held so much for him. 



700 CASES— 50 DEATHS 
Acrordintr to the estimate of Or. 
\V. H D'Hanmin. chHirninn of th* 
Board of Health of this countv, Lin- 
coln has had 700 cases of influensa 
and 60 deaths have been th* toU. A 
•totonwnt aant out by Dr. MeConnaek 
«howa tkat (kaia kava koaa 175,0OR 
eaaca to tko Mnto aad tko numbor of 
dentha ia in esc*** of 0,000. The eni- 
demie in on tko wano in tkia county 
and 



THE BAN S'HLL ON 

The Lincoln County Board of 

'Il -ilth. W It. O'ltrinnon. ch iimian, 
it a mertine Thursd.'iv de.-i led to 
'■■nvc the ban rn In.loor ..'nthrrinifs 
'f any '^ml or for at least a week 
'•■ni'cr While the "flu" is on the do- 
•llne. they deemed it best to take no 
•hapces. \s i\ result thi* schools will 

rot onen next week nor will them b* 
" ''ing nny wkaa* ta too 

Sunday. 



FORMER LINCOLN LAOV OBAO. 

Mm. Curtii Baiitk. wko waa Miaa 
BoMa Boyarida. a dangktar of 3. W. 
Boynolda, of tkia eonnty. diod of ta  
herculosii at her home In Lancaater 
Tuesday and w*a Burled Tn the finshen 
Cemetery Wednesday. Tier husband 
ilied only a very short time after the 
marriag*. 



SIX FEB CBMT TO M AOOKO. 
Six p*r **at wiU k* adled lo all 
taxe* n*t paid an or lK' fore Noven.b*r 

30th. You have only tw I r 1 vs in 
whi^h to pay. II. C. Bu iKhmu i. Sher- 
iff of Linnota Coaaly. it 

Halp Uaceto go "ov*r tk* top" 
Bakaarikiag to tka War F«r4. 



EMMETT BRIGHT DEAD. 

The Danville Advocate tells of the 
drath in Sacremento. Califnrn'a. of 

Kmmeti rrit'hl. a I snn ..f Mr. 

111.1 Mrs H (• Hritrht wlu. IIm .I h.-re 
in the lonir ai'o. but who now reside 
in Louisville. Mis  l. alh was the result 
of an auto accidant. H* ia aurvivad k* 
hU - 



KINGS MOUNTAIN 1AXI S 
Six per c*nt. will he added to aO 
tax** du* by th* citizens of th* Einfli 
Maantain Gmdad Bekool Di*tri*t tkal 
aa* apt paid vm «r katota N*v«»kar 
IMk. Taa kam only it Hon daya la' 
■klak to HF- 0. BMcteaa, Tmaa. 



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Pajjr Two 



llie Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, 





HISTORY OF PERRYVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH FOR 100 YEARS 
(Taken From BnptiKt Mitu.tr  . f I'.'l^ » 
On the thirteenth  lnv of Mav, I Six, in the h.ui.e of Or John I'.iir- 
«)n. in the town of I'errwill.'. Hovle (then Menert. county. K-ntiicky, 
WHS eon!«titule.l the Haptist ( hun h of P. rr - i!le. The presbyterv eonswted 
of Killer? John Kiee iin.l Riehanl Klliott. The « "«*'»!!»J5} 
BIder William Stirman, John Pearson. Wm. Bottom, PtitlHp W«IIt«r. JoIMI 
Wwallen, John Coodnitrht. K.hvanl Havit . Jamet. Niehols. KoH Prewitt, 
ItRffliah Briiico, Henderson Vermilli-m. John H Mill. John l  Rol.inson. 
John Hitch. Ruth Coodnipht. Deborah Peck. Kli/at'clh Hrisco, Sarah IVar- 
»on Kli7al.eth Sanih Stirnian. Klr/ah.'th I'rewitt. |li-niamin II \\  k. Harry 
and Phillip Walker (colore.l), a total of twenty-four, all of whom hjid let- 
ten* from Old Salt River Church. The flnt article of their conitltutlonraad 
aa follows: "We believe the Old and New Teetamenta are the itiapirrd Word 
mt Qoi, mmI the only rule of Faith and Practice." The rest of the cn- 
itltiitioa beiiur baaed upon this daeUmtion. The first business* meeting 
was held on SafunUy, June 6, 1818, at the home of John Pearson The 
•ermon wiui {.reached liy Klder W. Stirman. from .A.t.s J 1 . Win .Mirman 
was choRen Moderator; John Pearaon. clerli; Jeremiah Bri.ieo and Edward 
DaTia, deacons. Wm. Stirman w«a elected pastor and three membm r^ 
ceived. Eliiabeth Bnimfield. Elixabeth Bnmifleld. Jr.. and B Maabeth 
■Mvdan. The naxt nMetinc was held in a trrove near Pemnrtlle, and 
jMMiinh Brlaco waa •laeted clerk. He wa.* relieved at the end of the year 
•I Ms own reooMk oa neconnt of poor health. Wm Stirman and Jeremiah 
Mmo were wiMinriw to the aaaociation in 1K19 

At the January meetinp, 1819, Benpamin H Pcik wat" (rmnted license 
to |.rea  h the C.o.spel Durinjr this year a brother was excluded for riot- 
ing and horse-racinj.'; the disiipline vr:i* more ftrict than at the present 
Mne. Samuel 1 . Street wa.H chosen clerk. 

1821) Samuel Street was authorized to "exhort and lecture from the 
Word «f G«d in tha hmuida of Ma aeaiwiMuMa aa to him nMjr aorai propw. 
untU fattlHr oraen from tiM charth." At the NorMnber mooting JoMi 
Ooodnighit wna ekoaon dan c o n . 

November, 1881, Benjamin H. Peck, a licentiate. «as exduiled for 
IMoilMOda. In Deeemher William Mat-hall was . h. s. ii   Icrk ami con- 
tiRMd In ofire until IhJT. when he wa^ c\c hi.le.l f^r f.iUf -warinkr. 

Early In ISJ_'. th.' church, whoh ha. I up to this time been ineetingin 
private houses, proves, eti- . o.iupicil a "rnion Meetinjr House," in Porry- 
ville. A committee was in May sent Ui confer with the trustees of this 
Union Houat abont the colored members, of whom there were a irreat 
■amber at thia thne, eccupyinir a portion of the house. An airreement was 
IMChod and H number of seats set apart for the colored members .\t the 
Soptomber meetinu the question was asked: "Does thjs_("hurch allow her 
members to loinmune with the Society railed 'Arians?' " The Church an- 
swered *No." thus pla( iir herself on the side of "Chunh Communion." At 
this same meetinK the pastor's salary was mentioned for the first time. A 
committee waa appointed to say "how much" we shall cive him. He is not 
rnnsutted in the matter. They report that he must have $100. Once a 
ntt nt!) preacl^ We npnoae. At the November «o«Um Benjamin H. Peck, 
uhn ii . I been exchidad. made aattafactory acli n ew l e ^m a at e and waa re- 
stored. 

.I):mes Jeffriea waa choaon deacon In 183S. In plaee of Jeremiah Briaeo, 

deceased. 

1824 at tb. Apr il meetini; .lohii KoU-. rls.T' v :i- ih..-cii . I. it on. At the 
May meetini: Kl.tcr Stirman ri'siune.!, was recalled and accepted. 

In INl'."  Kl.ii r D.in.i! Ilanlesty became p».stor. There is no record of 
a protracted meeting but the minutes report additions at almost every 
meetinir. The Lord adding monthly, if not daily, the saved. 

In 1827 the Church is torn by internal strife ainl iliscord. Was not 
reprMonteil in th«- Association. J. 11. Hill \v:i- ih.i-. n clerk. .i.nne  N'i. hols 
was chosen .!c:tciin in 1828. This year tli.- . hiirch i.m\c Iht ii:i~t..t a 
"homespiir " liar't; ni,-.l sjit She was more thoiiv'ht lul than many churches 
at the present. 

The .South District Association met with the church for the firs* time 
la 1829. The sermon was preached by Elder Jacob Cn ith. Jr from 'nhn 
I8;8A. In July thia year three deacona ware elei te.t: II VerioiUion, Jno. 
(fondnl'.'ht and O. Waticina. A member waa refused a letter because thisi 
church would not hapoae en anot h e r ekareh kjr grantinc a letter to one 
deemed unworthy. I 

In I8:!(i the minutes report the church aa prosperous. In IH.'tl Jno. 
CoodniKht is elected clerk. In 1833 minutes for July say no nieetini; on i 
aeannt of "cholem." Elder David Hanlesty closed his pastorate with thi' 
rhnrch this year, and was sureeedeil bv KMer John Dean. The church ha.l :i 
fretif ileal of trouble with the Caiiipbellltes. as .li.l mo t ..f the ehiiri hes in 
Ketiliieky. At the November nieetiiiL- Willi- I'ei k w.is li. . n-ei| to preach,' 
was iifterwiird orii:iineil an.l becnnu' one of the kudnut ministers in the I 
SUte. I 
1836 Elder Jno. Dean is attain called to be pastor. This church be^'an 



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A Stirring Call to Your 

« 

Winter Ne eds 

Last January while in the markrt wo (i^Tur«»(l on our Mrn s. "i ouiIim' 
and Boys' Underwear. Wool Socks. Outing Niplit .Shuts. F*ajamas. Work 
Shirts and Coat Sweaters for this season. We placed our contracts, and 
the only way hy whicli we could have any assurance of heing able to sup- 
ply our customers with this merchandise was to agree to take the goods 
for at once dehverv We placed our orders accordingly, and thereby feel 
that we are able to furnish our CIMtomert at a nni  h lower price than if 
bought on today'* market. We own thwe good cheaper than the other 
fellow, and are going to sell them to you cheaper then the other fetlmr. 
Our object to give better veluoe for your money. 



MKirS UNION SUITS 
We are poaitire that when 

we sell you Drop Seat Union 
Suits We are irivinir you the 
very best union suit to be had 
but chance yoa no more. 

Me«Mi WeigM Mb 9t .m 
Heavy Rib . $1.00 
Extra Heavy Rib $2.80 
Cation and Silk Mix 

tares $3 to $3. SO 

lleavv 1 1. e. . $2.00 
Extra Heavy Fleece $2.50 

•taea $4 «a St. 

■eya' Heavy Fleece er Ribbed 
Uaiea Mti tl^Mk $tM, $lJm, 
$I.7S. 

SiMa S4 to $4. 



$1 



CaraMal 



Men's heavy tfeeci .t ..i ribbed 
cotton. 2-piece (shiru aad 
draweie) anderweer, winter 

uht The shirtji are full M7r 
and nicely tnmmed. The 
ibaweiB have ntl 



MEN'S WORK COATS 
In every aiae aad Uad. 



Siiea 80 to 



IS la tlS 

Corduroy Keversihle Coat $• 
Cordurov Kubber line. I $4 SO 
HuntinK Coats $4. SO lo $4 SO 

Oatiac PaJaaMa Sl-TS. SS aad 
SS.SS.. 

   .tin.' Oowna SI.SS. SISS aad 

$2.00 

Men'B Wool Soeka. I%ht me- 
diaai or eatta heavy SSe, SSa. 
TSe aad SI.M. 

Work Shirt". «t..,i' .t, i 

reicular sisea. 9I. $I.2S, $|.S0 

Sicea 13 H to 20. 



SPRCIAL 
SWRATIR COAT! 

SI. 9tm, tt aa4 a» la tie 

Roll rnllar. V-nech or dun 
less model*, rofular or shaher 
weave Ijircest aaaortaienta la 

town. 

Sues (41 4M. 

Also the reinihition aiwy 



lo-liiietv 



urmy 



•le! 



tie. K ai fo and hand- 

ki ri iiief" fur men and boys. 



Our Underwear Line Is Complete 

All sizes and all weights litjht. in.-.l.uni .uul heavy Some , .1 ,t .. .tton and much of 
it fleeced. However, it is unport.uu that you do not put off making youi .selections The 
makers of all underwear are giving over much of the.r plants to f.lhng Covernn.ent orders, 
bo rnuch are they engaged m this work, that they I...vr found it necewMry to discontinue the 
making of a great many numbers We will hr „n. ,!.!,. to obtain more of them this s,.,,m.m 
when our present stock is gone, and il we could get more, the pnc - wo.. Id |,r ,,,,1. h h.-^her* 
We mvite your inspection and comparwon. Our price is right, the n.ake up and wo. kman- 
^h^, iw r.ght. a.uf we stand hack of every number. If you don't get your money's worth, you 
get your money back. Is that fair? ' 

PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS 



with an annual call for paatar and keepe it up to thia day. 

In 1837 we i.nd a member exchiaed for pleading the statute of liini- 

tation on a just debt 

The year 1 l^.'l!* was niarke.l l  •.•rei" v^'lf.' and c..Mfu«niM tliiite 
.1 number were excluileil The p.-i^tor. Klder Dean, was ■"chacj-erl willi lon- 
•icntion airaiii.sl the ch'irch." and e.xclude.l. The .Association was appealed 
to and sent a committee in inquire into Ih" matter. They seenie.) to have 
failed to affect any reconciliation for no nieetink's are re(or led from ^ep. 
tember, IRSS, to December, 1841, at which time nonie of them, wl.o they 
were or how many is not mentione.l In the record, met at the home ..f O 
Watkins, ami fioiii the nuiiut. s M emed to have adjusted th. u- li'oiMe in 
some way. They elected Martin Bottom clerk and named () W.itkms and 
Thomas Richardoon, deacons. 

In February, 1842, Elder Willis Peck was called to the past  rate. 
The Ant protracted meeting in the history of the chur  h was arrani.'e.l fur in 
May. Brotlier Peck continued to serve ii.em from IM4_' to .K IT an.l there 
was a season of iininterrupte.l pr..-[ierity, wh-i )i -pcal\  voluim s fm him 
as a pastor atui iiiini~ter of .li -us. 

In 1847 Elder U. I*. Steenberifen was called as pastor. He served only 
one year, aad waa anceeded by Elder Jao. Pead. who coatiaaed with them 
until 1$S4. 

Karly in the year 18S5 Elder Daniel Burkner, father of H. F. Buckner, 
the mis-ioni;rv to the Indians, and R. C. Buckner. founder of the Texas 

OriduiiKHfe, became pastor. He remaine.l until the hev'iniiiT of the 
 "uil War. Duriiiu this timi' then' was some i^rowth .\t tli.. .I' rie meet- 
inic, 180!), Muthias S. Scott, was electeil and ordained deacon, .lam. s West 

was choeen clerk, «rhich office he held until the time of his .1. .tli. ::iiii 

From 1849 to I85r  the church was only twice represented m the .Xss.x ia- 
tion. In \ Hr,l\ .1 letter was sent but no niesitenKers. In IH.'i/ Joseph (lunlon 
was elected and ordained deacon. 

At the June meet int'. lHi;ii. KMi r llaiiiel S ( ..Ijr.'iii was .ailed to he 
pastor. During this \,^,, Ou . hiit.h aiipumi. ,| t ,\,, . ..|.,re,| .K .ic.nis to look 

after the colored memlieiship which was very lar ;e. Shortly a''ter thi.s I riie \e.ii Is:.", was ni:irkeil liy n w i   n f .., i in .ti' .1 111. ulty amoiur tin 
the colored people were idven letters and heliieil to or);anize a separate i l.uiMiiii; coimniltce, winch re-ult. .1 .n ih. i . -n-na! ..n ..f ili. |'.,i.,tor and n 
«r"Ti exceptionii, .\unt .Surah Hottom and her daughter,] sei.ous disruption amonj; the meml.ershiri from which the church did not 

Matilda Burton, rufuse.l to take letters preferring' to remain with the white recover for years. Elder 1. W. Bruner was called to the care of the church 
folks, who, they aui.l, "would have prearhinp and they did not know what ind by his tender ministrations, tactful symiiuthy and earneat prayera kept 



D. C. Rice was ordained deacon. The church adopted her tinit syntem of 
finan. I'. re |uiriiii,' ea. h menilxM to pay livi' cents per month' for m. i l. oT.-il 
expenses The miniiles ..f the ch ir. h tin- year i iintaiae.l snm. str. iie r. -i. 
lutioiis in reKurd to her nieni.ier.s uttendint: the circus or enKatrini; m tlii- 
whisky trallc. thua putting herself on the riirht side of these questions. 

At the January business meeting. 186«, the church decided to observe 
the Lord's Supper quarterly. They alao report a food eontribution for 
Korei)rn Missions. 1. T. Titrhnor held a meetinK of days which strenirth- 
enc.l the spiritual life of the church 

III IKfiT Killer Tiiford resijrrieil ami was -.i. . . i,', KM. r W T 

Wood, who remained until 187.5. UurinK this pastorale meetings were hel l 
by J. H. Speaeer. A. F. Baker. Jeeeph E. Carter, A. B. Rash. -rh..iii.is 
vanchn, perhaps others. In all of which there were some additions to the 
church. 

The church or/:ini/.. il her tirsl .Sun. lay school in 1871. there was much 
I opposition on the part ..f snnie ..t th. iiiejiiliers. Mathi.is .S .Scott was 
i elected superintendent ai d J li 'l ewni' v tea. |i. r of the Mil.le i l.iss; Sallie 
I ('. Scott, the intermediate ifirls; James West, the hoys, ami Drusilla iCarrick, 
the primary children. A course of lectures on baptism was delivered by Mr. 
Cullinsworth of the Cumberhwd Preabyterian Church ami replied to by 
D. B Ray. editor of the ''Battle Plaa." TUa caased ameb ucitoment. 
some earnest thinUnff, aad la aoaie tblnca atraagtkened the faith of the 
Baptist church. 

part of a few. to com| leti..ri I he h..use waa dedicated in the autumn 

In 1872 James West and J K. Tewmey were ordained dea.i.os In 
\X':i the church detenained to anse and build, they havini; lieen wm 
^hlpln^r in the Union House up to this time. The work was presse.l for 
ward throuirh many discouratr-inenfs, much indifference and opposition on 
the part of some of the members, and irreat personal sarrinee on the 
an ..I a li W to 1 oniplelioii. The hou . w.i- .le.li.a'e.l in tlii' aiit.iiiin of 
1K77 Kl.ler K. .M. Dudley, presi.lent ..f (Mv.riretown ( tdleire, prenched 
ih- si rii.'.ii ami contlnueil the nieetini.' I t tw.. wi-eks with little vi.siblc 
le Mills 

The \e.ii Is7.'i was m irkeil liv n w 



lit 



• I'll Ml il m,. i 



IhUI J H Rife was called for «nt yiur. 
ii'i: . y Killer Wiinl Itiit few additions. 

In iH'.tj II r i .vi.o was uKain called. Thia year the church aave to 
M,-s,.,n» SI,.. h..s .iways been ia the aiiaaionary liat, bat aM[Mtaae^ 

nrvre • before the word. An increase of only three to 



those nei.Tos wouhl do " They r iiiained. loved. honoHMl an.l respected, 
until the day "thev were c.illed home " 

Kroni (.(toiler, IKiil, to .May, lM;:t, there are no records Th.' comitrv 
waa in the throes of Civil War an.l Kentucky in the path of . ..nt. ndini; 
armies. There was an oicusional ineetinK however. Brother  'ol(fan 
preached a few scrni. i,- an.l then Milton Clark was called and accepted. 
PriMche.l two i,r ilii. i t nies tli. 'i joined the Federal army. 

While Ihi .h.ii. h was without a [laslor in ."Jei.lcml .o-. IK(i |. Flden  
Smith Thoiiias ami I   Ma|il. , of .\l...s.iiiri, touniii' K- .in I hol.lin;' 

evuHKelistic meetiii|.''s came to I'erryv ille, wl.eie the I ..i.l no ' wrh them 
and the people. The windows of Heaven were o|iem.l .m.i I I.. ,.n|.'s were 
poured out without number. The . hi.r. ii, was greatly strengthened and 
built up in the faith by the preu. hiiiK of Thomas and sinwers were warned 
and led to the Savior by the pleacliiiif of .Maple. The membeivli p doubled 
in numbers ami ir.liled in f.n'h The .hutch imme.liately . W I. 

K«eiie, who ha.l leiulered most .i. . eptalile ser\ice in leadinc i\f siiminl' 
during the revival iiieetinKs. ll.iT...lsl.iirK had ju.-l calle.l Kl.lei II || Til 
ford for half-time and he wonl.l a. c. pt the work if he cul.l Imd anothei 
church for the rest of his time llarrodsburg sent her »ilverton»rued T C 
I) 11 t.. I'erry. ille with a proposition that she woaU Joia With Perryville in 

s. i.lini; Keen, to colle|fe. which he very much WitlMd aad needed, if Per- 
ryville woul. hell, he. I,. h..l.l Kl.l. r Tilford. The amiMements were soon 
made and Kl.ler II H lilL.r.j l.. ,miie pastor at HmviUe in 1866 The 



sm all spark of life in the hoarta of the few. Nothie 



waa, aeceaiplish 

don 



mm 1 

ttempte.l except to exiat and ftniah the church bulldlfiir, which was d 

• y t. ) I rowiii;; the money 

In .luly. Im7:\ KM. H h l^ivlor was .-li'.!..! pa I r ..ml enlereil ut 

iii;i upon the .hitii s ..f 'I III..' I iol. c his car.' the . hiiii h wa.s aroiivod 

•|ioii(.'h still iMir.l. ni'.l bs .l. l.t. an.l i.'n vv iLiiii^i r in in. my wavs 'Ih.' Asso 
at'on was cnlertniii.'il a. 'am this \.ai I h.' pai-l'.i h. l.l s ini    vanirelisl i  
in.etinirs without asiii.staii. i' with t. w .oilt .oiis 

The year ISKJ is m.te.l as the year ..f 'the .1 i' I'orttr meelinK " 
"he revival spread throuKh the county. 'I here were l i6 profeaaions of 
;°iiith in Christ, tin of these united with the i hnn h and were baptised by the 
:i-toi- In ( haiiliii on a . lear February day Many joined Other Haptist 
l:.ir. he.s 111 the . uunty In Aujrust, 188.'l, th.' . hiirch sii. . eudod la thi.iw'inif 
tf the in. uloi.s of .leiit whi. h had so loni; been s.ippiiiK her life. In Keb- 
'oary, tins y. ar. a iio i tii i; was held liy A. J. Holt, a i;raii.lsiin of "Fath.-r 
.til. kiier," who ha.l spent many of hia childhood days in I'erryviUe.. 

J ('. Porter returned for a aeeaad MatiilW to ItW, at wMab time 
there were several conversiona. 

In 1888 the pastor resiiae4 wU lUar E V. M^V wm «yM. He 

wot. aaaiated in a awetiaa by B. D. Mafidall. TWre were but few addi- 
tions. T. F. Bakay tad J- B. Guthrie were ordaine.l deacons The pastor 
reaigned and the Aaivll waa supplied by the students from (iiurKeiuwn 

 a4 tka Immtmm mmm *Mi A. i. WUk. J. 0. Bwl. 1. N. WiIm 



ha^ ha.l lo writ.' 
iii 'iiiliership this year 

. I mJ"*. ••^CS "^'"V «•'•" tn ix; » .7t•..^ ...nti, 

u ed to M ssions. W_ C. I'r.ther. John S . rnin an.l .1 W .Scott w. ,. 
el.', ti'.l ami ..r.l. lined .learons in 18VH. 

itruOu r |Yyi.,r continued with the church until I81M.. when his healio 

l' '.. n.i.. r 1 s; s Ih. .h.it. I. V... .,^^..,r without a pastor until ■«9t  

k ':L:.V..:"j' hN*,'' ' ^ «»»is»e.r .« » meeting I". 

Kvanirelista J. H. Uew nnd I- O Umoreaux. who preached an.l snnn th. 

n w w..v' '" '"""fht and n... 

In I'-;"'' we (in.l I! II Mah.mey as pastor The membership has fall, 

o J. a ml the -Pintual l.f. „ ;.l...nl „ l.,w He was aaaisted in a m. 

ir of .lays l.\ Kl l. i .) I Ma^s. v 

.J A faithf II ..ml. ass,,. I, „ „i J,,h„s. j « s ott was chose 

ne^w!j'h"p',T 11 """" ^^'"!. 'V^""""""  "^th annual s.-ssm 

n...t with I'erryv II.' , ai„ in l!ni« J. I.. Rruce, Mo.leraU.r. J. M. Cu.hr,- 
was eb'ct.'.l , .Ik .1 -he .hunh in 1902. Brother ( oleman resi,rned th 
hur. h ir. Dex nibei. ItfllK, on Mccount of failinR health H.' 
, - ,"' '" ' 'cwai.| • and his works do follow him." 
In April llMiT. Ki.l.'r II K .V.lkins was .all...l .m.l a.-e..pte.l ll. 
. ..re of the church, lie was assist. .1 ,,i a m.-. l.ni.' by \V II Williams , 
.Si rii irn. hl. whi. h result.-l in eit'hl n.l.litmns 1.. ih. hui. h In IHliN th. 

P..st..r was assisted by Kl.ler Hums in a ser f n,..'|i„^s. Six w 

re.eiv.'.l by letter Ihe minutes mtve only routii... b.isin.ss for ll U8 

Ih.. i-ath.riia- f.,r lUOtf, un.l.-r the pr.achiii^- of Hr... Uavis, assUtin. 
, ., |.' ,r ' u" ;. *■ W'" without a i.astor for some 

.- '.^^ ■^'•""• ' ^ tiie.-tin^ with Ihe .hunh in .Sept. ml.. . 

I Mil. .1 whi.h nine th.r.. w.r. II .„M...| |.v i.aptisn, aiol M l,v l.ll.r H 

.Juir.h was t'reatly revive.l ami si, II f.'els tl,.. I .-if. , u ,.( Ilcth. 

.M.iore s faithful preaching. 

January. 1912. J. L. .\dkins was j-iv.-n a unanimous .all. Th. chill. I. 
h: v in;; U,; n so thorouirhly an.us...! 1... |!,.. M.,.,r,. was ready for work 8h.- 

II l a . I t.. the pastor, who threw hmi,. If .i,t„ tm. H^rk with all of his soul, 
:.n.l wa. soon stirre.l from cent.   t., , ,i. unifereiiee. The pastor has had th.- 
:. Mslan.e of some brothers vv II „„J„d ,„ glble doctrine to aid hlin 
m meetinirs every year. While ih. number has fluctuate.l son" th. i 
has been a strona upward sruwth in every w.iy. Th. r, w. iv 17 1 nan 
on the church roll in lf)l'! There .„.. .,i i|,. „, ,|, .,, , 

s-..ver in its historv h:,- , ,,„,.,. ,.„.,„„ .,.,, ... ,'„,.:,/ •;; ^t':.!;";.^;,,-;.,, 

.. n.'v.il.n.e. he u,it, rvv., i,. , ,„. church for forty years an.l 
knows th.. la. t- com ..Np. r,. ,i, .' U 1, ., ,he church had out^own it - 
h.Mis,. of vvursh,,, th. ...II was son,, l.'.l f„',h hy the paator : "iXuiTarise 
.aii.l I.U1I.J. lhis mo.lerii plant is th.. result. plenty of room n.iw f.. 
Ihe body to expand and still the money is m,i w.thhel.l I'li ! ih,. i,,t ,i . , , 
tribution. were $«87.«2. In 1917 it was ».). IOJ.,',| . !• 1 l)ivmj wj, 
. L . le.l . lerk in 1916. and Charles Coyle wu. elected cleik laiT The 
pi.st.ir resiKiii.d in February. 1918. tm^ 
The history of a century is Imlsh.'.l The chunh be^an it with 'I 
hiji. h (,. ,„. with.H.l a pa»tor. she en.ls it with .1 



mr.. of th.. 
has sin. .' ... 



the past. 



 .|iilii.,'s, without 



ni. .|,.rii 



r. h house well .. )uipu..l for work, a supeil. 
i'aw...,, just .alle.l lo the Work. Ifay dM aiaasuiv up to 

r th.' n.'vv . . iiturv is my prayer SAl.l.ll. 



pistol. It \ 
I ..pp.', 1 11,1 II 
Si OTT. 



IHL INTWiUR jOURNAL-$I.M A YEARI 



Buy With Rent 

Whii» da ynu n. w l.uy Willi your 
r»iij moii«y? Only ■ rrni rrrvipt. 
Wkal mlgkt you txiy? A lioin* of 
•w« mf4 fraa^Mi tram iral 
tests fswvsv* vsfltt 



•f 9 I in ». Ym 
to f«ls May !(•■ yM alflMf 
MrtM yM •^N N ^MMk" WW 

MI'rM II te «Hr Tm kMW *• 

MfMt iMag M Mrtlt !• MHfc MmW. 
Il 4n*tn'l rml, 4»caf ar out of 

•t*U and U iuil a« tnra lo t" hi|h*r 

«• yiMi r»t»t t  «|jiv If yoM wrrr In 
cut ihr |ire»«»nl |tru»-i on^ liJllf. liinH 
wniiM itill |i'»  t't^ T"Hr 

«Mr m'in trnap Ami qull worWing 
yoliririr lo  lralh to mricll tiM olkar 
(•■Mmw ' Y'xi ran'l fiiura mmf otkar 
wi v llian tliv Rrnirr alway* ■'(• tka 
Hal tmd af il. Tka mmt rl*"l f«l 
iiioii«y 

taMRA WW# A#V9C MMfaV* ACT* 

No. A^.l - A nlr^ farm of M nrm 

qn piki- nlinut ftvo ir lr- from 
StHiifiir'l Nil p two ! fi ry lirn K rr-"!- 
 lTn "H. larirc li.irri mtm! jiII kirnU of out 
IfUiMiniT'. wiittTi'il iitiM fi iiri'il 
and In uplomliil ni-iirhltDrh I ■ 

to »rhnoI, rliv Tli'« i« a ilni Iv ti .mo 
for rtop't' ono anil pru oi''- * T' '■*' » 
and raiiy trrtnt. Luuk thi« one over. 

No. t84 — 800-ari* farm locatad 
rUrtit Oil tk* famoaa Dixt* Higtnmf 
pud only about two mil«t fran ■ ffood 
town ton arrm in ruMvaMon and 
•Jiifl iirrri« in woodland. Two-ptory. 
• IX room rr«iili'nrr with thm- porrhcu. 
iwii truant houMD and two lanro 
l'«rn!i and all nrcp «aiTr ou'lmildiniT' 
Yoiinif orihii"! Thi* in « ■■•oil f«rn'. 
i nd coulil ri i In- lornfr l ln-tte'. 
Prirp only ?''OtMi till.) !•; -V lorni" • 
Th'ii fnrtn i» w irth h I'ooil .!■ il murp 
moni'V ni l » " not bp on thp m»T- 
ki't lor i.' at t'l ■  i rirp. Rivp i» a 
look and you v ill hp nur* tn nicb it 
up B» pood invpntmprt If not for • 
flnr h"im   

Nil. X\\ 2''  n Ti-*. 90 :uTo«  n 
i *tlli\ I'-n. i»oo.' h* ij.-r ImPTi ; *''l »»ilt- 
Il lild iijr  (J u l iri hr- I Wi '1 wnt- 
••r " l iinil f"tii eel -111 tl' •■ oiio i' o lo 
(Mtrl OI, ihr I'i '■ l!ii-ti»a;. I'riio 

.fin. dim 

No. .1!l'l Nii-f tiiin i' v' niama, 
irarrk, PtP . and «t 'all hr:rn ni l -'^ht 
rem of land. alMnit five in tr  f'nm 
Stanford. Pripp onlr ll.Sno. 

No .-n: Tn a, r. ; of i-i ■ ' ■ ,1. 
I'.' 11 II'- iimliT I' ' I '. ''  

It ro  tn i'rii u» t.-Miil lovi'fi )■..!. \ 
l;oiis( . iiiiU liiirn nil a'' Ml ••• .irv 
oiitlonl.i  ;.io.| or. Imril \V. M 

\tMt 'ii-il in pvt-rv tii'lil I'ru r I 
iiiid PM^  t*rm«. 

No. :i.1lt -82-arrp farm altout onp 
t iltp off pike in thp Wp»t End o* Iho 
I uunty and pvory foot of it hnnn 
Mild t il »rrn land. It kaa n two- 
rtory,  'irht-roofn rrni Irnrp "^tock 
und tolMi 1 o Imrn ri mliinpil .n I iill 
MPrrvi irv ontlui lilint'^ W \ uirii'l 
and fi 1 1 1 il ainl a -ii'i M.liil nuini'V 
r «!-  r Thp pru r op f.i'ni i!" 

I ily f|it,.' 00 and rhi at thp 
r onpy. 

No. .1.19 -Nice five room rottac*. 
i:rod rpftar, well in dinini' room and 
aplendid apriiut. rood h.'-m, amoke 
houM', Pit'., fenrinft icood and fine 
I'lirili'M and two arren of icround. 
I'rirr ♦l.iidO and jiint arri"* thn road 
from thin plrrp ' » i i- • • i .m- 
prxvpil htui' ffraiis lin .* at ' li' ' pr 
■Pro !hat run Mil Willi tlii .n •■ 

No llil • ". IKTPi of In ' f a' • h 

20 aiii ^ I- i ll ,iri - I .mill I '■■  u 
timlipf. Kivp-room houm-. iM-n :vj\ 
.12. hpn lioiiHp, iimokp houM-, - -lalt or- 
pkaral. Well fenprd and w tprad, 
well at houfp. It.SKO fivU nil of thin 
yropcrtv 

•I 1 1 10 Hiri'  if ■ ' 'I'lid 
1,1 i."io,l town y . !■ ■ ' I ■• 
liiill anil t" II |io' . ii. Vow 
Mllioki' house, i ll W • n.-.'il 

and walprpd. WpU hi lio- i, t'rifi- 
SS.fiOti. l ook at t'lit wiip. it iH II -nod 
tnveatment. 

No. S42 Nice tw.i-iloiy • -I k 
■tore-room and livinir roomv Im t^ad 
riK*t on Main atreot in thr h :i ■ nf 
Stanronl nnd liirjrp lot liy^ oi 'h 
sanir I'lUP riirht ;.nil trim • ' 

Nil. .'il.T \l- I iiirr •■(•■•iM. I. II 

Main .stivpl III St,iiil..r.l It- ! ' i 
tion in town nnd |ir'i i a n. i ■ 
right. If you are Uiokiii'; im   " ' 
iavestmpnt propositiona look thr 
over. It will pay you « Kood •iu- of 
iatomt oa ymir aioney. 

No. S44- MO acre* of Anr tobiu' 
ro ■nd hemp land. Lary* reaidenee 
und two Icnaiit hoimeii, thrpp buriM, 
silo, otr (iimd urc-hnrd. Well fpnped 
aii'l u.'iiKii iiid a No. I farm. I'rioe 
oi'li ■• I J • I'oi .II I' ' anil tprni" i-miv, 

I'lu ■ilini' ai.' olilv .1 f'W '•»■ 111. 
maia | l. ri   lliat wi' huvf for mlv. 
If Mill ill iiiiiikiairofbuylaKoriell- 
ii !■ ■ ' 'I nil II- 

HHgkMAMeCarty 

OttM Mmm 1M 

Rt-tidrncc Ph iii -  I S2 .tml 114 
SIAN:« Kn. KINIIHKY. 



No 

, loH,. 

tatic, 
ham. 




THAT CHANGE IN 
WOMAN'S UFE 

Mrs. Godden Telia How It 
May he PnoarH in StdttJ 
and C'tiafiY' t. 



FremqutO.— "I waa pna'in^ thmuifh 
tiM ctMim parM of lif-. t» ing forty 
•It v'lura of af(e and 
lii.il .ill the •y»p  
to' I' ini'idPnttotlMt 
.1. iriK'" h«"i t fla.«h- 
• ■«, ii.cvoil.snoM.ainl 
■■■■nt in n y  in r»i run 
ii   v, n ri'ii'li I i' in. vo 
it waa hard (or mr 
I'I do my work, 
l.y lia E. Hinkham'a 
\   f;etable ('om- 
pound was reenm- 
mi'ndpd to mp 8« ihp 
Iw it remptly for my 
trouMpt. whirh it 
•urely proeed to be. I feel better and 
■tronKer in evpry way linre taklnK it, 
an I tiip -ititioyini.' fivin|it' ni  hatretttaap- 
|i '!iri'il. " Mr4. M liiil)l. (J , M 
p. I iin St.. Kromont, (Jhio. 

Sin  i annoy'nK aymptmia m» heat 
tl I iK'ii, n«rvou«naaa, backarhe. head- 
' -, irriubility and "th« bhipn." may 
I iip -p llly overcome and tho wyati'm 
r. itor- 1 to normal conilitlonK liy thii 
f in.' '.. r ot ami hprb ri-moily I.yuia 1^ 
linl aant'a Vp|{ptable Com|iound. 

If any cooiplieatiaiw praaent them- 
aelvpa wriu tba Ptokluun Medidnp Co., 
I.ynn, Maas., for au|nr *ationa how in 
o\prrome them. The result oi forty 
ypara p«pe ri a a e» It at your wrvire kwt 
yu tir lyttar to a trlct na   M w i  . 

Accordinir to plana btlnc werkad 
out by the War lB hiatr «s Board, the 
War Department and the Nary De- 
portment, the demobiliiation of the 

\rnpri an Mildiom and Kailnrff will be 
rriiilu.il to an omnioilatc the man and 
thi- jiili Till- War Inilui«trii s Hoard 
no« 1- t-.it hi ri'ii' inforiiintion a.n to the 
ripcils of mi'n in m i upationx an.l in 

ll:;'l''^, ,:n.l ;i- Tt \a .'ini H'^ .iriio 

TT .1, V. P 1.1' ri l.'..^.'i| It 1- fi"- il'le 
th.it a now Inirr.iu will In' i roati-il for 
thii« work an.l l"rovii .t Marshal Gpn- 
1 1 Crowdcr has been mentioned for 



SPECIAt DAY OF THANKS- 

Prr^iili-nt Wilion i« inlloil iir i.ri to 
appoint M "fio'iiil May of pra\or nnd 
thank'i'ivinur fur vn lory in n rr^olti 
lion adoplr.l l.v t ho Mothodlut Kpinro- 
pal lloMiil of Home Miminmi and 
f'tiiir.li Kvii'iisiun in annual upwion 
lit I'hilxili b hin. niahop M. S. Hiitrhpii. 
of I'ortlMid, Or«ff««, Introduced the 




WALKING UNDER DIFFICULTIES 
"Believe me, I luffi-red from stom- 
ach and bowel troubU- ri^ht. Thia 
weakened me ao that 1 rould scarcely 
walk. I rould do no work. This waa 
my rondltion when I atarted takinc 
MayrVWonderful Remedy on the ad- 
vipp of a friend. Now I working every 
il.ay anil fool hptter than I pvor did in 
my lifr It 1- tho only mcito ino th:it 
I'M-r toll, hi I mo " It IS a   niplo anil 
hnrmloH* prpparatn ;i th:.t n riioves 
I'atari'hal m'l n» froiii I ho .•'•c-tinal 
trart and allays tho inf l iniat ion th.it 
rauKPK pr.n ti. .'illy all stomach antl in- 
textinnl ailmi nt.s. including appendici- 
tis. One iliisp will convince or money 
refundpil. The Lincoln Pharmacy; The 
Penny Drui.' Ston- 

111 l^iiirr will nut In- satislio.l with 
tho ■•irii.ii antoi'il no.itrality" undpr 
which that nation was protoi tpil sinri' 
18S6, according to an offirial : tati'- 
mpnt given out in Washington. Noth- 
ing short of independence 4«e to a 
free people will aatiafy the Belviana 
now, the statement declaraa. To re- 
vert to the statua quo, it is aaaortcd. 
would be fooliah and dangeroua. 



Amendmpntu of th" armiitiiP 
j terms madr hy Marshal Koch afU'r 
! hia first meeting with the nrrman 
I plenipotentiaries, include the delivery 
to the United States and the Allies 
nf all of Germany's submarines, in- 
stead of the I no specified in the orig- 
inal draft of the armistice. Another! 
sfhomlmpnt upc-ifir" that the "cotin- ' 
tri  s .m th. li ft li'i-k of th. I'hiiii' ' 
ovacii'it il liy tho fj.rnians -h.il! In 
ai'mtni'Jtori' I hv fhi- toi il troon-* of 
III nip'it iiin' in-foail ..f hy the Im al 
I aiithoritics un l.'r tdo rontinl of the 

armipn "f '"   ui .it nm 

FOR COLDS AND CRIPPt 

DOCTORS FIND RBMKOY. 

Physicians and ilnrri.'i! ts are elated 
iivor the fai t that that they have at 
last foiinil a trpniiini- and dependalilo 
romi'dy for mid:', noro throat, in 
fliii n'a and l.i i"ii |i.' I''..r vo.n- h . 
ii'ivo do'ionilo.l I hioflv u;.'.ri tho old 
ct\|o . alomcl. wliii'h is r. rt'iii.'v fine, 
hut unfortunately many ppople wouM 
mt take it because of iu naaaeatinp 
and danireroun qualities. 

Now that thp phnrmacputn al i h. n 
ista have perfected a nauae^leaa ral 
onel. called -Cufotaba" wfcoee medic 
inal virtaee are vastly hnproved, the 
doctors and druggista are claiming 
that Caiotabs are the ideal remedy to 
abort a rold over night and cut short 
I iin .'ilta. k of si.ro throat or la innppe. 
|Thoy arc also fiiidini.' it most cffpct- 
[ivo 111 the trcatnn lit of pnciinion ja, , 
I (I'I.' Calot.il. on the liin...ii.' at 
j lii'd tun.' with .1 swallow of wat. i - 
lh.it'  .'ill N'o salts, nil naiis. n.ir tho 
liL'hti -t irliTfon I'I o with ..mr o;.! 
inir 111 .v.iiir work and pleasure .Vcxt 
niiiniiiir your cold has vanished and 
your whulp system is purified and re- 
freshed. Calotaba are sold only in 
■ riginal sealed packages; price thirty- 
five centa. Your druggist recoromendx 
ind guamntcps them by refunding 
the price if you are not delighted. 

Within a few weeks the Allies will 

L'ather to I'l'iisiil'T the first stops in 



9W [I 



CASTQRiit 



.MI.UMOI. .IPKRCiiNt 

AWici.ihk" IVopamlioafcrM 
Mniil.iliii;iUicFoodlijrllcJ«l\ 
1 1 n ti I h »• ^ looischs and^rj^ 



Ibrr. lv,' lVomoUn4Di4«l * 

( II, .rfiilnc^soiKll'^'^*** 
fivithcrdpmni. Morphine i or 

, MiiictiU.NotNahcotic 



CoiwtlpaSooandDUrrilOW 

, nnd Fcvrrl^hn*""" a™ 

f^^ll1tiIl^'h ^frorajllJl^»»: 
itu. Simlc Si jnstsTL' * 



CASTORIA 

For Infants and Children. 

Mothers Know That 
GnwiM Csstirii 

Always 
Bears the 
Signature 
of 




Cxsct Copy of Wrappa. 

-TP 



In 

For Ovsr 

Thirty Years 

CASTORIA 



tho [I' lce nei'oii.itions. It i.H not be- 
lieved that thu final pourparlers ran 
be held before January. The United 
States is in an excellent position to 
cntpr theao diseaasiona, aa stodento 
and acholofs for gMMitlM kavo boon 
trathering data on tiM Mitioaa and 
nicpx to bo dealt with. CoImmI Bouse 
has organised the worii in aT «rli of 
Europe. 

K\ \inli.i^sa.|iir Jain.-s W. G0f f4. 

in a upcoi h iH'tuocn the acts at the 
Hippodrome .su^ru' stod that tho kaiser 
be extradited from Holland and taken 
to England for trial for Ma erinea in 

the war. 



Georjfe Whiteside, a npRro, waa 
taken from jail at Sheffield, Alabama, 
by a mob and hanged to a tree near 
the spot where he is alleged to ham 
murdered John Graham, a poHrsniM. 
Goofio Bird, anoUMr nogro, ehargad 
with complicity bi the crime, waa 
lynched two days ago. 

NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS 
All persons having claims against 
the estata of M. D. Elmore will ploaaa 
present tkem to ma, properly vart- 
fied. Thoae indebted to the estate 
are requested to settle at once. Mrs. 
Mattie Elmore, Adminiatratrix. 



Minnesota voted dr' l.\ L' 'I'l votes 



iPublic Sale. 



t 



According to the offieiala of the 
Treasury Department, Government 

financial needs are almost certain to 

run al V. S I niili.tino.OilO annuat'y 
for mail) \. ars. and there will thore- 
foio lie no ri'.l in't ion of tho lax luir- 
.Irn W.ir ill I'ts must he paid and Sec- 
retary M  .\doii says that a.lditional 
I'I ins w itl pr'i(.,ilt!\ t .' i'i'(]i; 1 1 il 

WOMEN PRAISE . 
' S TElLA-W ITtf 

We » ani o\pry utlllctc.l w oinnn in t ry 
at lca-(oiii  iHiitIc uf 5tella-Vitae »n 
uur |.:aii', niH-n Riiarantee to lelum the 
moi,. y |iuul lor it If it does not beueltt. 

If youiluulttour woni that it will 
relies el he distri^sinK aclies, pains and 
liliM'i V ( eeiil^ar to tlio iliNcasi s of »• - 
iiifii, il II I 111 'le-tiiiii'iiy of llic^ew omen 
«lii»li:.\i-lii. il It uiidure gltul to tell 
iiiii. ■  'viiHiii litis dona for them. The 
only iiitvn s! tliey have In tho matter 
iKlliat V hicli any true woman fevUin 
li(l| i iK lo relicM tin- hiitlc'iniri of other 
w mil' "1. Ymi c 111 U' li'M llicin. 

Nil .1. r. I..V, Al.'si.ail, tin., had 
remalet.'ni|iiaiiil for jcari.. TImv bol- 
tlcsui M'KI.I.A-Vli.vH ciiri^l her, lihe 
Niiid,aiidr.diU.d,  l iiiiiivriaiiily lli.iiik- 
fulfttrtliis i:reat fcinaic inuic.'' .Mrx. 
Paraleu l-''r.i/iiT, Lm.; lev , Tcv , e\- 
prcssci u|i,iicci.iiii ii t i .■."thi i.A \ rr.\i« 
tn lliesf .\oiiis: •' I cuiiiiol say tuuiuucb 
for tliis .. ..ii,!i fill iiicilicinp. I bud 
taken oi her fciralo iinii i 11. 1 f'.r two 
vcars villi lioi.'~  l lesu.l^. I am Iriily 
itiUllUll I T lIlC V si MI l.l A \ \ 

liusilolu' 111-.'." .M •- t'aiiil.v Wil'icrs, 
iil'(!r»i ii-l'oi", Ala., Wiwa lerrilde  uf 
leiur truiii feiiiale lri ubl»-aiMl only :i 

woman kiiowK what that means! Ilci 
■I'liil'lioii (• d Ml ' i l 11. r pains llucw 

lUT I'l'.ii | i I- ''I'I I'" -■ "•f liUsi'iinil 

ll'.llCil l IlO v.. '.. I ■ Ik T IMil.l. I'lu 

tin ciis'k'IO il 1 'I ' I Mini-' lu r in 

cllluLlh. 'Ihiil Sim I  Mi|.". led 

tbnl 'hi' IlikcMhI.I.A-VlTAK. tslu .Ilil 
«i. T 'llp.liH' c l:;.:iilciu'il licrhi'ill 
l» ; I T A -X'lr \ .: ' ^ 11 jHrlVclly liat:ii 
I ' '..,.; .iiidaiuli' ii.'loiily ul!e\ialp.- 
1 ...I. , I'liiii, l ul builiiM u|  bet 
a!l . . Il dr..iilaUx Iter u|i|ietitc, aid* 
-iniii. i|iiicti ill I 111 rvcH and oleani 
licroiiii'li'vioii. U i...|ii.'vcs her !« r- 
soiril ii'ioi'iiiaiie" 

All lira, ei^si'tl SIclhcVlla", .111. 1 iirp 
Uiillioii . I i.i icliiiii llii! iiioiu.^ paid 
f.ii ilii llri.1 liullle Ifil dow uot buusflt. 
THE PENNY MUG STORK 
THX UNCOUl MUUUCY 



• 



Of Land, Store-RomnSy Stock, Etc 

Haviiig decided to move from Mareland. we will on 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1918 

Be^nning at 10 o'clock A. M., sell the following: 

A TRACT OF GOOD LAND 

located \ ery near pike just back of Milledgev ille known as the Kussell 
laiul. containing about 85 acres vvhicli will be subdivitied 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 30 acres. Will sell 
a tract of 9 acres known as the Alex Rruct" 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-HOUSE OCCUPIED BY VIRGIL CUNE 

the building occupied by the po^^tofflce, the building occupied by D. H. 
C\ Peyton, and the blacksmith shop with warerooin attached occupied 
by W. \\. Reynolds. I his property will be sold in lots to suit pur- 
cfuwer. Will abo at the •ame time sell the f ^lowing personally, small 

STOCK OF GOODS 

consisting of groceries and h.ii   l\\ .u c locaterl in the Moser staiul, one 5 
passenger Ford car, one Buick car. one grist null, corn crusher, power 
sheller, one 1 0-H. P. gasoline engine, set blacksmith and automolule 
tools and a lot of automobile supplies, one 4-H. P. gasoline engine with 
pump jack line shaft belting. et  .. one two horse wagf n. two one hor-e 
wagons, some farm tools, two pan platform .scales, good ones, three 
concrete block mi^ines. two extra good milk cows, one pair mules, 
coming two years old. one pair mules t oniing thrtH* years old. one pair 
mules coming four years old Will also sell the   ciehrat'-tl Kt^d C ross 
mule, a good worker. About three car loads nice bright baled hay. a 
lot haled straw, about 1 00 bushels oats, and many other things too 
numerous to mention. This sale will be held at the Coffey bam in 
Moreland. rain or ahina. Terms made, known on day of sale. 

G. A. and J. D. Dinwiddie, Moreland 



r 



The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Nov. 15, 1916. 




Uocoln CottAty 

National Bank 

As made to the Comptroller of the Cumncy 
on Fiktay, November 1st, 1918 

RESOURCES 

LoMW and DisceunU S4M,376.04 

flin^l ^^P^flkcv ^Bsn^lft* •*  ■•••■•• 1 ^K^^i^P^P^k^^^ 

Fad. Res. Bk. StMk. 4,550.00 ||||»SfS.OI 

Banking House 6,500.00 

Fivniture and Fixtures 1.00 •,801.00. 

OJk 4m frm Mm and U. 

lb tmmrf iier^m.48 

» __ 

$770,952.52 

LIABILITIES 
eapM SiMk siOMQoeo 

Surplus and PmAH il»lfajt $165.178 06 

CircvlaUoo $100,000,00 

D«po«u 4it,774.4€ 

IMMiOO 

$770,952.52 

daUii will appMT fai IkU paper 



*mt»n4 m m — — — — 



Tk« | «*rv ttmm not enhr rsviirpd 
tkt «nreiHlitMnal ■ u f w w ih r ef G«r 
ww y. »■« »t kar hi nek ceMMon 
tkal itorti llM*4silre •'vtp m fimoh 

I* NMH klMMlUn, Sks '«mI I hnvp 
MMM 0t ikrtdff SB. Aii4 all ih '«o 
ilraatlc pmviiiinni wrrr Impmnl with 
I'ont tho aid or rnnsultnlinn with 
I-oilir '. R«o«pvrlt nnil th.- other miir 
pints llnil the w;ir rndn! as it hat 
n wtM'k ln'foro th. c I. , t ,,.,. th   vant 
.«iim  of monry with wl,,. Ii the Rp 
piil'li nrn l...iitrht their ::.h«nt«»ri' 
wouM hjivp f„nv for nnui.'ht. It i* a 
c onimpntnry i n thr Amvriran 
ppnpic thnt lucrr «hould kavc been 
aMp to deny th« PrNMrat's apptal 
for the cUrtion of kia friMds. Tk* 
failwrt to grant H wfll fartrar ka n- 
fcrrad to witk akaaa md aMTtifica- 
Mo* tkM Ika velan ef tke Unitwl 
Stataa could kavo ba*a ae ai^ratefkl 
nnd so morrenarjr. 



PERFECT M UNSING 

FITTING Wear 



UNION 
SUITS 



U. S. ARMY SHOES 

KSI FOR ALL PURPOSES 




"Hr that sewMk tkt wind akaO 
r -ap tko wkirHrtad," aafatk tka Book 
of Books and tka kalsar. wke claimed 

nior partnarakip with Ood. i« r. nt 
izinp it In all its frlirhtfu!ni  i« Hi- 
h;i  iloulitif* 'liN iifcil In f. in- thi« to 
.li^^-olvi' ;i |':iitriT«hip wh.ih h'- m:iy 
th :iK wrc.ii^-ht hi« ru'M. nn.l hi- 

williriir h. T.'rift.T to }',• n mt\ hiimhl.- 
«iT :iii' ll  rh-' wnv. .\ni ';i««.iilor (Ir- 
rir I hif loi'ii il in t*ir Kr.'liiih drmnnd 
'i. In- i \;r8.liNii H!!,| put on trial 
t' r hia numberless hirh erinMs and 
mindemcanors. bat tka tNm V h would 
Im- to iret an unblaaad Jmjr. ta wkM 
nil rriminala ar« art M i d . As for as 
wt bops soma of kia own poopla will 
put Mm oat of his misery by slow 
death for nl) tbr evilg and ralnn t .rs 
h» has hrnught on there. So foul a 
tirut.' sh..iil.l n,,t liv peiwiitted 
to  )e»eirale the earth. 



$4.50, $5.00, $6.50 $7J0 

Boys' $3.50 

PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS 

The House For Better V alues 



SENICA CAMERAS 

HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL 
UNB or SCNICA CAMBBAt Al» 

fUrrtirs LET us SIWLY 

YOUR NIKDS. 

i Tke Lincoln Pharmacy 

t ]. W. ACEY, Proprielor 

m VS Tf !»wres'i tMii- mi. aira 



Perkaps yo« katra wonden- l why 
Koosevelt Is not shootini.' i ff hj  
"louth snd findinir fault with tho 
'••rms of pearo iis iminl anil i riti 'i-.ini' 
Wilson. US i.s hi-i hnliit .As t'ood lurk 
woulil h.i\ - It. hi- was fak.'R to th'c 
hoypital with th.  liituii jin.) will bp 
l ompollpil t.i -lasi' his tiMi-ir'nu for 
'••n Hays Hf least. If something would 
h«pi en to his tonpue it would be n 
t'.odsend. The sudden aad triumphant 
pndinir of tke war hi uneonditieaal 
siirrsndar aaalAs also to have dimb- 
founded tke RcpubHran leaders and 
they have been unnble cither to com- 
mend or condemn. Thus has Presi- 
•li'tit Wilson liroti -ht ioy to his mnny 
fripids nnd i'onf' 'indciI hi.* cnpmip:: 
- — 

We verily Ihu.m. tS.it thr «or! ; 
hns seen the last of war, and thn* tlir 
\-'v:". th:i' iT-lor'.i m day hiis srT r ' 
•'wh. n frit •..MS sh:ill hont tht ir s- .r !- 
int" pi'iwsh.irps and thc:r sT «ar« in*" 
nrudinir hooks and Icam of war n.. 
more." The peace cnrnmissioners will 
spi' to it thnt none of these ennirsd 
in the frirhtfulness of the recent con- 
fliot will ever enarace in another or 
otherwise disturb tke peace of thr 
world. Rareafter there will bo a wa\ 
for them to hp mni'p to ki'pp thpir 
povcnants and not rpcar l thpm as 
"spraps of paper." 



Ni'ws pomp from Ilolliitid that thp 
forpii r kaispr h«  dpiiil. .| to ln " in 
M ill.in.l nnd hiiv l.ir.'p   st.ntps there 
While oiir »rci.ip.j :.re '.ser there it 
would not be n bnil ide   in.ler siiph 
  irciimstanpps to eive Holland a 
wh.ilintf for pprmiffiny suih a bnite 
to have lodffmi'nt there. However, 
there arc extradition laws that will 
cet tke beaal, if it ia decided that ke 
shall be triad for tka moat collosal 
crimes in kiaterjr. 



COW AND HOG FEED 



We have just unloaded a car of Pig Meal and 
Dairy Feed. Now that you are not permitted to 
feed shipstufT to hogs, this Pig Meal ia a fine 
substitute. Feed Pig Mcal to your fattening 
hogs. HofB lattan faster, and it aavet lots of 
com. Some of our eiMtomevB buy Pig Meal 



J. H. Baughman & Co. 



Vews eomaa from Lesintton that 
Rditor Desha Brac hial Idg a may lose 
the sijrhf of one e ra antiialy from an 

unusual disease that has attaeked it 
He has been pon fined for sev..r;i' 
weeks. His pves'pht wr.s nlwnvi hn-l 
and the ••ntin- 1.-^ of o-ip pye W'M In 
a severe blow to him. lendi niiL- him 
almost without sirht We trust that 
thp reports ara exatrKerated, and that 
lie will he aparad se graat an afflict - 



Koovitr, 'he man* who has reduced 
' 'jr food allowanre to a starvation 
nint, snvs that we may not expect 
leerenae in (he price of food for 
'one time. This is pretty tou^h, hut 
Pan ent our po^tlv allowance now 
w'h iii-t;. r i'Ti'i'. VP ars assnr- 

e : thici theri is ;i iroo I 'ime roKisar 

wIk'm the demands of the Btonuak 

piin l e fully ifratifi'-d. 

Ill 'orni:.' ion eomes f|..:" Wnshirr- 
ton tliiit the rens'.rshir' of n »s will 
I hf': I iin.l thMt (•'P. IV ll'illelin will 
I" 'I -eont iiin d at the end of the 
Mi.inth. Ui't whe waste piiod white pa 
per till then? It was never worth n 
tinker's damn and if tt were well .to 
be done, Hweve waB te be ^e 
iiuiekly 



The War DspartaMBt anRounces 
•hat tke aekiiefs will ka — atatad avt 

iti M Jeka are open for tkem. 
This la tkenHara to inform Mr. Bsker 
that we kavt Jaka for ut least two of 
the men UmI ka taak from us. just m 



COLO WEATHER SAYS 
MUNSINGWEAR 




We have your size and any fabric you want— Cotton, iJsIc 
and Woolen. These garments are cut to fit and made to 
wear kNiger than any underwear on the market We have 
these in Shorts, Lon^ and Re^ilars. Thaf s why they ftX the 

form of any man. You will appreciate Munsin} wear. 

McRoberts, Bailey & Rupley 



■The House of Quality " 



Tkare is an affort to Oe made in 

concrsaa to have I'resident Wilsun sit 
as one of the peui e rnminissionern, 

e\pn if it will t.lke hitii -Hit I'f ihl' 
louiitry It inporarih . «h:ih wiU hp' 
.ikrain^t all prpeedeMt. if not .i^'am.*' , 
the law. 1 lie o'lntrv uiil ta-4i v.i\' 
kin.lly t.i the ii.n II..' '.e i. .1 

. .'i'inii.s»ii.ii' r, »■  110 HHP .s nioi.' . un. 
|.i tpnl to a t and none 1... ({ualifip.l loj 
• .1 li.oi-i !t :in.| ' li. V. r. t I 

HBAI/THTALK 

5PANI5H INFLUENZA OK OmP 




NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION 



Nntire is herehv Kiven that tm 
lii.shen Telephone ('onn any. w«.  l.  

(hp unanimous rof.pnf of nil of •• 
s| Hklioldpr '. ilis ol\ed 1.11 III toiler ;. 
IIMH, and It- :i:r,i • . ..r. ! , t ^ . • .' 
up. I.tl.KllKN *;()()( H. 

L. K .Sl'NNULLKY. Prosi.|ent 



Secretary. 



Ni 41. 



Iir OH LRU II. SMITH. 

All old piipiny ir mtti us ij\ n. snd 
wlietiier «e ticlil a (lermiin 01 a irt rm, 
we must put up a |r od fifht, and not tw 
afraid. The inflneasa nms a vety bsisl 
enane when lha palient is earolal, and 
if «• kaep Uw s y sia m ia good eondition 
and tlirow ufl the poisons which land t i 
arcatDulaie within •mr txxlies, we can 
iwcspe the diasaae. Reinemtier these 
three Cs— a elcsn monili. .t elpan Kkiii. 
snd clean boswis ! i irry 0(1 piMiiona 
fnim the system .iiid ki-« t  lie- tinweli 
liHww, daily doses 01 a ple^umnt laxative 
siKMild tie Utken. Siii'h a one is made 
of Msjr-spple, leave.s of uliM-, root ol 
jalap, stiJ culled I)r. I'lprpp s Clpasant 
Pellels. Hot Ipiiiuiiade ili'Mild lie uiMsl 
freely if attarked by a culU, and itis 
patient Hbouiii Ix* put to bad aMor a hoi 
mu^'tatd ioot-balh. 

To pn vpni. the sttsr': of bron. Inl s or 
Mieuiuuiiia and l   lonirol i!:-- iiaiii, 
Aioaric tablata sht uid be oMuim d at iiiv 
dmK s» »r«, and imp irwii pvpry two 
hours. Miili letnon I'll- Tin Ai.nr . tab- 
lent »eri lir»i ill. 1. Hire. I t,v |«i I'lerpp, 
Slid, itJ- tlirv llii li the tiladd'-r iiud 
eleuuw ilie kidneys, Ihejr earrjf awa* 
much uf Die |».:s iiis and the nrie aciX 

It IS important that broths, milit, bnU 
lerinitk, ice-eienm and siiunle diet 
bit Riven n-xniarly to strenethen the sys- 
tem snd incrMwe the vititl ri-e»f iics. 
Tlie fever is diininished hv the of the 
Viiiinr tiililKts, but in sdil t: iM. t' e lori- 
liead, srms and hands innv bc  Lith d 
witti water (lapid) in rliicli a table- 
apoonlnl of sahtratos l.ns Ijcen lit' ^■olv 'd 
in a qnart. Afier jie of 1 or 

pneiinioiiiit to biiild  i|i .I'ld rti 'Mp 

Itto syntPin, iilitiiiii ui   'p iln' - ti r. a 
good iron tome, lal'. 1 " Ir-.e' e" Tr i- 
MSf or tiiat well kuoM U btrbal lnuii:, 

Or. flMH'i ttiiMM MadiMri Viaaavaiy. 

PUnUC SALE 

SATURDAV, NOVEktBER 23RO 

HeKlnnlnx at 10 A. M.. I will offer 

lor .s.ile un ilii' Hlililer plme. 2 tulles 
,- oiiilii .11.1 III (illeiihi iin, toward t'lah 
llri'tiaiil ilie lollowini; Hlnek, ■ Tops, 
plp , 4hii nIioi k.s of I oiii. JOo klio' kn 
rood toilili r. alioul tliipp III ip.s rii l- 
elaH^ buc'kvrliuKt, alioul l.outi »lltks 
of Ki*  d lulMU'co. I will sisu offer for 

sals isarn of good worli miilus, ( 
jraara old. kaf aaa aad wagoa, a bunch 
or C ikaata, valtkl akawt M patwds, 
one sow aad calf, aad other thlaga. 
OSCAR U ROSINMN, 
Crak Orohaid. B. V. U. No. 1 
Oii M. a. 



Car-Load Sewer Pipe, 
Flue Tiling, Etc., 
Received 
Today 

W. H. HIGGINS, - . Stanford, Ky. 




II Ijiiy iiny clothes this I ill Ix- sun- 

you get the btibt t|uality. All wool f.ibrics 
are *D«st" now as ever aiui good t.nuning is 

important and valuable as ever. Our clothes 
come in fine workmanship ami jrood nuxlels. 
We ate prepared to fit all tiorts of figures 
men of odci sizes, stout, very tall, very short, 

s 



ynXi ae fegular i 

ROBINSONS. STANFORD 



TIm Interior JowmUi SiMiioffdf fCiNtadQ^f Prkkijrt NoVi t5f 1911k 



PaftRv* 



(yoiiden!;cd Statt inem of Keporl Made tp the 
Comptroller of the Currency by 

The First National Bank 

Oh Ii0««nibcr lit, 191^ 



RBSOURCBS: - 

Loans, stocks and bondi 

U. S. 2 per cent, bonds 

U. S. Liberty Bonds* 1 2. i kNms 

Banking Hoillt 
Overdraft 

Due from banks and cash 
Total 

LlABlLlilKS; 

Capital stot k 
Surplus fund 
Undivided Proms, net 
Circulation 
Deposits 
Bills Papabie 

Total. 



$403,480.19 

50,000.00 
38,342.18 

8,20().()() 

177.9L' 

5f ( ,()(M).(»() 
40,000.00 
3.811.95 
50.000.00 

•112.77!) S'J 
34.500.(M) 

$.591,091.77 



Bt a JoY-Walktr, , 

'*^ilMf tiff QilM 

S DraiM, 2 SMonib-Coni It Doomadt 

Wli. II \ '11 ilmi'"! «lih yoot 

rh'-- a 'II ft* ii fiiin- muko yim almost 
wMik -'I' w. \p I'l r-.'-t nw:iv from 
111* p.'iiii. i iki' .1 \-ir iti' ri for • mi«- 
lit* iir two uriil .-ippU ^ or 3 riropi 




ilr, will yea k« mm* tMI 



Th( 



BaitU iiat receive d «ll the Coupon Bona* of tk* 
LibOTty Lmn, w i t»H    J far by its « — liwiri. 

llir  ub:^4;riLrri will pli-nKc cnll for tk«m, or if any of 
ih^m prefer, I he bmk will reUin IImm for Mf« h««ping, 

»ubit-rt to lli.-ir rail. 



«'f I ho wnrM'i 

lidir fnrii-|if 

lind then nnlr will you — 

yt.ur n.rn mill lno»»n from yaar tM 
an i' :it you ran P'-i-l It rlsht tm 
trl'tiiiuiily ♦■•y with yotir fln|t*ra 
Tiikr iin rhinrcii of contlnurd patit 
■.ml »or»n»M— why «»• grrn*r. ttn- 
tniliiir Milvrit. | lii»fr« Ihit ihin 
■ n4 iirraa Into tho "quick." raior* 
and ''dlaarr," that mnko rorn* biMd 
find nlwi irrnw fa( rr? I'd* pulrilraa. 
•a»y. alwMva aurt "H»t«-lt " Thera'a 
nnly one Ilka It In th«t wnrM— thal'a 
'tl«ta-It " Mllllena hava triad and 
' f yaara It na»«r falls 
tlia Kuarantacd. m'jnay- 
liarli roni-r*ni«r  r. the •itil #'iirr 
mnr rit't- l.ni i» fiifi' m hut  l-'ia • iff** 
M f .1 l.v K l;iwri li . ,1 I I 1.1 Hi" III 

xil't in MBntnrd and rerummtfid- 
'I II- \hr world', brat com 
'  I f. - fenny Dnv Stora. 



I FLOUR RESTRICTION LIFTED 

It haa bMN 4mMmI, for Um prcarnt. 
Mh -at rioar may kt mM Trittail i iiti 
iluUa lA an clMMa «# Im4«. i. N 

inr, .SURifani. Krntnrby, Novtmli. r 
15th, tVtll. 

Tv-n tiiin'tri'il piT f(Tl prnfd'irnry 
rerorit   Miili!' h "l l y Srrpt. 
■1. "f ift \ . m..!,. Ky , » 
Iho t'rii'f'.f 'Jiinril (dm- 
nip T.ivlnr 'I. .'I'l .I'liihlf 
li ■ A.- IT li- l ..^ hi"i .'J. n1 I. 

?•!■' . t'. »'•■ :'Ti t" (1 pr  

'.niT'. ! i- 111. Ill h" l.ni k f«.iiT Th«' l« ii 
iiH(litiiiii:il "oliliir!" hr hii ! irrr^t ' i 
hirp.rlf ..I 111!' ir 1 I". ' ' K\ -ir'V il!i 

A |)rii'.;ijt'i:!iii' '.f fhf nrvk (tfiTniiri 
(Jimci mriMit W115 i;iv« n »nit in a prop- 
4inaUon iaau«  l in Berlin yg f rtay. 
Kr"«liwii of  i|w«rli an«l tmnfllt  for 



MOTHER! CIVF. CHIt n 

"SYRUP Of I |f.' - I. 

TONGUE IS ».0.\rKIJ 



rmli Till lliHi ffirifi rriiliiUMiij 



If 



•rata, favariati, aitk, 
cl*«N HmI* Ihrar and 
kowala. 



Mr 



:ip.l Mr^ I!. (;. Iliimiiton. of 1a - 
li: ""ii .Illusion, ramt up today tn 

II I H IlltlX t K. 



fER.sON/a. AND SOCIAL 

V(r .1 K"^ I'u l l. rar i- '•fhinur " 
I'l'iv I l.-iiiitH' If Th.- 

rnaefaa 

Miaa AlUe Dunn, »f c;arrar l. wit* 
.Ike fl««« of Mra. W R. Wamar. 

Mini* Berta Prirr. of (inrrard. haa 
been th   r^ r-i »f Mr* T A Rice 

J ^ 1 ,i'l I. an 'III. -I.-. . .I'll' lowii 
ta attend the biiri»l of Thuriniiii R. 
' TiHor. 

Mr*. Aihlll, of Rirhmoml. i» the 
■ giMat of her liauffhtrr. Um S Y 
rnnon. 

Or« CmM-h, of Imlianaiiulia, ' in 
t^m^nw aomc tiia* at liiii aid Immt 
•I MrKinnoy. 

S ' fr*'f"*"'r- • h'- 

r. ..I i ■■ •■ ' ' »»••.• .' ' I • •. .-ir- 

it v tll ■ *\,  

MiMt ItiTiii. ■ ."ipaiilinr ■.|ii't;1 Wh.1 
■eaday with Mrs R« IU Arnold Wan- 
Ha at l.anraater. 

Mr* Henry Zinim.-fmnn, of I,iiui!  
Villa, in the rueat of her parent*. Mr 
aii4 Mrn. John Meior. n -ar HiirhlanH. 

Vxiwra. J. R. Rurk. R. \. I.awr)«rv 
and AHmi HoHselaw, of (Mbartx 
Ciwak. are all down with the hifltien- 
za 

Mr Ami Mm i; I' Mmirv in.l lit 
1\r .1 .""ht. r 'if MiM T^il Wi'lh. Ti'Xan. 

ar.- viMiii"' M'-. M.iiirv'a parenla. Mr 

Ur i-"l Mr- M.-n.'fi- i 

Mllltl,-H I'.rtllMM n:il, nf Mt 
\'. rniiii. -|i. la -^'n r..! .Iity- with hi« | 
f^.thi r. It"!" !• I'liirrl. Thf younifar 
Piniel u rniiviUeaoinK from a srvrrv , 
•pell of sickaiiB. 

Mm. Barry C. Raurh'-''«n r.n'l M;w. 
Sapkla Savndars, of 3tanfori!, apent 
Sularday bara with fH«nd«. Mra. 
Jaa Will Routt, of HaatnnvllU. -^iirnt 
Mm waak enit here 1-: the t;u«at of 
Wr. and Mr«. I  *. Krown The 
frifiiilH I'f Mr I,.' lii- I iinntiifham will 
Im- I'Inil til Kiiuw thai hr i« MbW ti- be 

■ lit :ift.'r h.iMiir li.i.i ihi  inflaanVL— 

I nn«illi' MfH,s 'in;rr 

li"«m' (' I villi, wtiii   "I'li ti'll'l 

|  H.iti iii .'t S'.NMi.ii' Vi' is, V.i . :ir 

I'.l til.. ..''i." .1 |.  -I n.l :i fi-w 

dayi* "'■t'h kiw. I.viin :iiiil iliniulitiT.. 
He aaid ha triad niiKhty hiir l to  ; *( 
koaa in time to vote for Stanley and 
Netai. but it waa impoaaible for him 

Mr. G. P. Maury, who ia here with 
bia wifi* visitini; the family of her 
parmta, Mr. and Mm. J. N. Menofre, 
ka4 a wiri' triliiiu' of the ilriith in 
CnnHila  if .i mh'.  - I'l whuni hr frit 
vary nmr .'-'li.' m.i '.Irs l "lii. . wifr 
•f a rtvil eiiKi'it'iT. mil whs reared at 
■er, Alabama. 



Sum Gantry ia thtvataned with 

•flu." 

Frank PHcn la harv from Sprint;- 
fiHlrl today btiyiiiR milk cowa. 
Mr and Mm. Jraa Ntinnelley. Willie 

  ,,rf,.\ ,in l Mm. KIi.'a fnffey. of M - 
Kiiini-N. wprr iti Frankfurt wn-V 
MrK  ■ H Ki. t.'ii. .if Will .iM-i. I'L- 
ill H tiMinaaa lettiT t i IhiK pupi 
that thi- toll of influenta in 
' iirnty haa been irrcat. i 

.Uidce J. R. Owalty left Wfdnen.lav 
mdhlinK for Chlcajro to Uke the train 
inr for work a* aecretary of one of 
thi- Y M r. A. army eampa. 

Mr. W I. Kin». Mm. W M. Kinr 
ami Mi*ieH Willie «nil Mary K'Im K'miv 
nf Cm*' Orchard, were in Ih.- i ify 
 •i irs.l i They honared thia office 

w ilh I 1 nil 

Mr I.K.ii \V,' li'v. wife and aon. 
Ill' l.ili. ilv. «  rf 111 tin rily ■niiif..l«v 
Thi V '■ in.c up t" .1.1 -...I'l'- "Till" 
.Mr \V,-'. . i-I. ik if tH ' ' 
'''111.'!-, War Hoard. 

\V Kamlnll fWlv. ..f l. im« i" ■ 
up to hia moth«T. who «uf for. i i 
pamlytir atroke at her home in the 
' i-^hlnnd aec tion a few day* «»o, and 
\\)in i. Ill n •Innr«i'oM rnnditlon. 

M I. K WheHt. who left Taaey roun 
'\1y many vfani ni;" an. I IiuhIi"! Hi 
Viilli'y Viow. Ti'Mi"-. whcrr hr hus hr 
ri.nif n Vrr  r.. h mnii. han mii\.'.l ti' 
f.aiMriiMll.'. ttial Si.il'-. .mil .i' .I'-r* h i 
I. i. Hvnl liini Itirrr 

Charlir Paw' i.iiii.' n fi.ii In 
hiimi- 111 till- lliw'hi.i 1 I -.•.■fi.'i' Th.ir- 
.*ay lie hial lirrn ilnwii with ihi- •'flu" 
for two wrvk.s. iluriiik,' wlii. li tii.ir til' 
..!hiT "IX meirliom of hi« f-n.-il, .il-.' 
M'lffereil the epidemic. 

(^laud r. Simrlrton. formerly of 
Mi-Kinnay, haa located at Enid. Ok- 
lahoma, untl orden hia paper tent 
therr He ia a aplendid automobile 
man mil tlir  uiipii! ili»n i* that he 
Mill iiiriiin III thr i-ara^e buaineaa. 
He wan vrry mh rr«-fiil In it at I* 
1 1 lii.iiif in thin c ounnty. 
Ill iiiilriin..,' Hi 1 liapi'f iliaiiK.'.l 
1 r.ini ."^.iVHimiih.   Ir.iri.'i:i. to Sw;irth 
11!. .r.-. I'l iiii-vlviinia. wli.-rr  li'' i- 
l...i li;iii: in Ihr .M.ir\ l.yuii .S. hmil. 
Mi»a .Malinda K MilN r. fnnnrrly of 
Ihi-i rity. suiyc: "I liav li-'rii a 'flii" 
Mifini, liut um well. I irrtiiiily hnvr 
Iteen aaddened by reading of the many 
death* in my dear old home. Influon 
711 aeema to have run ita oourae here 
and nhoob, theatrea. «tc., are again 
open. I am xlad the old SUte want 
ilrmocratic, thoutrh we leem to have 
li.st mil in the rounlry at lartro. judir- 
inir from the raturnii to the House 
'and Saaata. 



('..n.'  .«vtiiiiii Maikley, of tlu" 1- irst 
KentiirlvV. ha^ pn' riit'fl lull t'-. 
make July IK a nalionni holiday. It 
waa on this day that the .^meriran aol- 
*i. rs fint took part in th* fiithtin); in 

I I nrc. Thf event ia worthy of eal- 
••bratioBt, bat aur aolana mnat think 
of aome other way tn eelabmtc than 
in idlene«a. There art too many hoi- 
tdaya now. What we need ara more 
workinir day* to tret the country on 

II (ware lia«iv .-vvaiii 





Children tovt this "fruit lasati- • .' 
und nothinit eh* c l aaw att the ten ii . 
Ktomach, liver and bowala to nirely. 

A child almply Will not atop play- 
injr to empty it.« liowela, nml the re- 
ault i..", they lirci.mr  l  (r|rr l tiirhtly 
with wasir. !i\iM' v'''t-. 'Uii-L-i-h. sfom- 
nrh sours, th" ii yi.ur littlr on*- hr- 
  om.'s iT'iss, half link, fi'Mv-h, 'lon't 
rat. sl.-rp iir ai t iia' 'ii .ill; . hm.th i« 
liad, -iystrm i.s full "f   i'.!. ha- ■..re 
throat, stomnrb-achf or duirrS'iiii 
f.iati^n. mother! See if tonjtur ia i out- 
pH. thrn irivt a taaapoonful of "Cal- 
iforni-i .Syrup of Vig», and in a faw 
houra all tha constipated waata, wrar 
biU and andincited food food p a la t a 
out of the systam awl jraa hav* a wall 
playful child again. 

Millions of mothir- kKp "Califar- 
nia Syrup of Fijp " h.-  ausr it Sa per- 
fri tly haiTTilrs.- ; i hildrrn Iom if. anil 
it nrvrr faiU t.i act on thi -toiiiai h. I 
liver ami how. I- | 
.•\sk your diiin'i"! for ;i l.ottli ] 
of "Cnlifomia Syrup of Ki/v " whii h 
hjis full liirrctiuns for haliirs. rhild- 1 
ii'ii of all UKea and for ifrown-upsi 
plainly printetd aa the bottle. Beware 
of pountrrfeits sold here. Get the gen- 
uine, made by "CaHfomia Fif Syrup 
Ifompnnv." Refaae any other kind' 
I Willi . . ■ • 




Tha Mm Pawarfal Tanic Kaswa Por 



Cr|ppa.Btt. 

If yno nr* now raffcring with any 
dkH aite at all of blood, kMKcya, or 
MMMkcfc, yoa n««4  Mi ffwl remedy 
•f MMar* itMff. ft ha't.*ii vp tired, 
worn-out paople, reJuenaM ikk 
atomarha, reJIevea HiIti. that8r«  o-- 
• rworVpil nnd airk n 'nf, yi. n, 
not fin. I n rpnipify that will ilo • 'mi •. 
iniioh I'ood iia Arid Iron Mineral. 

Tho.i'.iii'U of i;rnuini (-wf im .nia' . 
that I'omi' I.I u iii^.ilri iti d tc'l ho 

"1''. propir hl*\'l' llO'.n 'f:ifl#. I'lfirPV 

'■y 'A ly \ I ^! In 'h. majcfy of 
IrttiTK the writPrt arc triad to have ii-i 
ure their namca ao that others who 
are auffarlnc may h« helpad to both 
hpulth aftd 
been. 



Hd 



Do not think ttiat Acid hm MtR%- 
al in a patantad medieinp, beenut* it 
 • not — R's a remedy snppHad by na- 
ture herself, and it is free from alco- 
hol or other harmful dmga. 

Don't delay, call for it today. Por 
 ^ i!r liv Thr r.-ntn I ruE Store. 



The Ferrodine Chemical Corporatkm 



ROANOKE. VIRGINIA 



PUBLIC SALE ! 



I will rell at public auction at Huttenvllte. beginning at^l P. M. en 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23RD 



Ttw MOMe mm4 tat in Hwat a nvHte awne« Ihf Mm. Uri** •mNi at tb* 

time of her death The housr in fairly good repa r and the lot 
contains 9 or 10 acres of good land. Thar* is a good barn on tht 
plaee artth eialem at bam an« anatkar oiaiani at tha rttKenea. AMa 
a never-fniling well. Will aleo sell a let of com In tn* sbeek and a 
lot of houeahold and kltelien furnitare. AH** a pair of flood mulea, S 
and • yaara oM. 

Terme made known en day of lale. 

Mrs. LiVieSandidge, H^stoHrHle.Ky. 

COL. J. •. DtNWIOBIt. Aael l anear . ' 



Hi 11. 1. ' .. I in* l.lli'li.I. .llfffnTi- lllill* 
tilj 111 I .1 1... •• I*" 'I I'l''* • -'15 

rAlli»i  " "T K 1.1 .If I" » ii.i i.» anil ■IM;. I'd 
Wlial l AIkM'"!'^ ^^• ili i..' l-^r irffii II 
oan .|o lor  ou. .1 Ih  a  •■.i. triy aiMraaiMfc- 
iBitauIlT altrr ai.; I.i-all'iu Ilia rain and In 
•aauaallnn dSaiinrar rAIHtrriOT BtpraUy 
■lella soat Ike h.ini. B mlarti-mi'iH 

rur 'IB yrai' II. i  rfOiaf kal.lr rriMd) kaa 
baei'Mr.J • iiifir. 'I- i.l tluMtaiHia »l utru sad 

w II ....■.'1 • ..I'l.irT a Ima tmf ay 

y,. , ,. • . . ..t l y.'ii In r.liirt 

I ill:: PL.NrO DRUG STOKE 



Gttmli Cumot Be Cured 

Willi lJiC.\t, .\?'PL.I''".TlONa, -.I., y 
canuiii rt-;u h iii» •   i ' 1 il'^i-.ta--. 
Cai^iitli In a NnHi linru. . . sriMtn li«- 
rlui hi • il I'V p.in'i!Mutl.i:..kl . .indUlrl.'-'. ufl'l 
In 1*1 .1 : III ...... . . .i ml ■ 



till. 

i inr i.u.' I 
th. hl'..'il I I, ll.i 
BV.UM ll.'ill. 
!»•» I iIh iI ". 
li. 1 It ...i.i.iri 
In I.4..1 i.f .-*. rni I 
II I. III. . I « itl. 
I M.'i'tv I I.l 
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il lr«. III. II t'"- 'I'-li 



Yow Preicriptioiu Receive 
Prompt AttentioD 
At 

Xhe Penny Dnq; Store 



il 



CENT- A- WORD AD.'i 

. A.l- h. r. , 
Willi ur4. 1 

FOR SALE. Two wi-.i-iliii); muk' 
roll« .1. M. IVttun. StHiiford. 

KOK SAI.K. .A numlirr of purr 
bred Bourbon Red turkeys. Call or 
see Mm. Rihw Mcsaer. Stanford. 92-2t 
FOR SAI.K — A Poland China buur; 
will wpiKh utiout 'ihO pounds, a poud 
•mt-. Bay Bail. Btaiilord. Route No. 

1. '.•.'-•21. 

KDU liKNT A fiiiiiili'.l brl 
room, or ihrir rnoni.s for litrht house 
keepinir. fumiaheil or unfurniahotl. 
J. C MpClarv. Stanford. Ky. «R-tf 
HiR SMK Sorrer Ktldlnir 
Workp Hiiywl.rrr and a ifood one. Ser 
mr .it oiin It. I-' Hinit. M.iii.-.irr' 
.^tanforil Wat. ;. I ij-hf A. lirCo. St' :i 

"TURVlTfllK. .Millii.,-. Pr.i'ji.'!- 
Rnra. Wall Paper. I.ace I'urta'ns 

Window Shades. Trunks, Butt Caaa* 

Pictures, Stovea 

W. A. Trihble. SUnford 

MAin. -Wanted ii maid to i;o with 

m« to my hoiiii at Oak lliirbor. O. 

Must hr papalile und willinir. See mr 

a I once. Mta. J. 0. Bailout at Wm. 

Illll/K. Ip. 

Dm .'I. I'ount nf a ffreiir iiiaiiv new 
|iali. nt.v that Dr. Weher. th ' fo t 
Imt.i,- IS tr :i|ill).'. hr will (ilk.- new 
liatieiilK until Dee. 1, und vill |i.isi. 
• ivelv rut lake unv new on •« aft. r. 

Dep. I. tfl 

yvR SALE.— IS flrtt'Claas shortl 
yearlinir steer*. Weiitht about 700 1 
nuunda, Hcreforda, Polled Angus and 
Sh'irthorns. John B. Wathen. I rh- 
uiion, Kentucky. -'t. 

CO.AI.. — You are K'^rii thi't\ .l.i.s 
by the A Jminikt ration to Krt ..' r 
Winter's supply of coal. 1 will i m- 
daavor to have planty of good cleun ! 

Com* «kM Mti/U d,[ 



PUBLICSALE! 

Stocky Impieineats, 
Furniture^ Etc 

Having lost my helpmate, I will offer for sale at public auction at tlie Capt. B. F. 
Powell farm on Kaob Lick pilin. six miles from Stanford, bagimnig at 10 a. m., on 

Thursday, Nov. 21 

All of my stocit, household and kitchen furniture, eta. 

UVE STOCK: 

One 13 hand horse mule. S years old. one 3 year old gelding, good harness gelding, 
one general farm horse, 7 years old. one team of mules, 6 mmI 7 years old, niai% aad 

Five fat hoga, 3 of them will Weigh 400 peuada and are ready to butcher,   
just bred. 28 shiMits, weigh 80 pounds, sow and 10 pigs, sow and 5 pigs. 
Also 10 nice ewes and one buck, about ISO chickens, some thoroMBfcl 
and Buff Orpingtons. All pullets, except 12, which are roosters. 

o..--.--«^.j-^^^ ETC. 

Two good 9k12 rugs, old time folding bed, one nice dining room set complete, table, 
buffet, chair, ami china i.ick lo match, one refrigerator, good cookinK stove, heating 
stove, 4 burnet' oil 5lu\i-, kitchen cnbinct. t.ibles, and all kintlx cf roc king utenfils. 
Onf 381) E(!fT inciibrttof. One 19IH model Ford Tour'i cnr, with cl -  trie starter, 
lights, horn — good as new, with Kelly Springfield tires, one R. M. Arnold buggy. 
EvorptkiM IM* Umi SM«hl efaiM Um FaU W ISie, 

FEED 



200 bales of eato* 
enable price. 



1 JOP kalM •! etraw. WiB tmd mi wr al a 



I en 4mf •! aab. 



OAY P. DAVIS, Stanford 



COL J. a. MNWIOOIB. 



a.r.akiiabi. 



  



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JounuiK Stanford, Kmitucky, 



Resembles Old 
Fashioned Grip 

Tlio H mpiuu - iif Spun 
l«h Inniii/izit art- \i'ry 
HlOlllar I'l old fachlonrd 
KT\f  - pkias UirouRhont 
IhA borlr. MtMt 4ltll  
DimH, »lrppf? «ii, rhillt, 

witti 

twmmtmt at tn* noae m.ij 

Unnr nhowliiff ua Inflam- 
■lion mil i-'ncr-ti'-n 
' lb* mill i. 



Manifested hj 
Catarrhal Conditioo 

Wiih till" r.i t symp- 
toms ot Influenza, It la 
well to roualt jvmt Hm- 

M)' rh °*i 'lan at one*. It 
!• not iiiA diMae llavlf 
" •» la to bp fparrd no 

I T;, ii .iR H t» th» mmpll- 
I .'i..n . wrhlrh may fnllow. 
ic wunl ii(t 0| anl«li 
'i;: 1 , T un an aid le 
r. niri itiir ilth nft»r nn 
«n 1. k. ri. niim li nny 
l .'it. r ti.i4ri lir. Hart- 
1' Ml » W. rl.l ramoui 1^ 



For Catarrh of Every Description Takt 

PE-RU-NA 

T»a wf!l knoirn and dlrot t action of Peruiia In restoiini and 
malntAinlnir .t lior.ithy cnndltloa of tk« moom MMklMMa tknwb- 
ont the bolr m:ikP!  It tho irrpntpat tflMM« pf IIMllM MM S«Utk 

rcKli.rlnK r«aioilv known to «r)rn( o 

i'nr fort) 'r. vfa-a rnrui .i - r- tain-d Its tMt M 
•af »- Tij.ird tc. lb" Iipailh o? tlio Anuri. m family. 

ixpERrtsrE OP rsEns the best itErovmiivAiifir 



ANNA. ii||; i '1 n„j rerun* ox- 
r. ltciit fi,r Cnurrli ..f i ! ,■ li,. i.l. 1 
k«ep I'rruna and Manalln In tbv 
bMM all tka thM'—MM A. 
■Mkic, Ba* «C 



VKWAKK, N .? "I hrtvo tiord 
I cruna f 'r roliln and BTIp. It «ill 
• lo .ill   iu claim and more. Mr 
fiimily Riwavn have a bottla oa 
hand for pronitit WId MWM 
IrouliU Rnil rvldi."—  l«o. ClariTlSi 
Union .Strrct 



Try fmrwn Flrat-Trtlrti w LkcM-»oM ETPr,,,h.ro 



fn M add«eM to CongTflM M«em- 

i \r I in joint « »!«ion. President Wil- 
•■I .rjr,(i,uu i'd llii Li ii.is ul' liic u.mis- 
tic ! which enda the world war b«c- 
cMM Ikty BMp OMnanjr of the pow- 
er to maw n. Bvacoatimi of all the 
in V MM tavrttoiy, inehidiiiff Abaca- 
Ut' ttim t, nfuation for all damairc 
Jor r, oeeapation by allied force* of 
TWincipal (gateways to Germany, hand- 
ing over of thf priniipal unita of the 
iioTnan \i'-h flii't, surrender 

• f ^noijirh w:ir m itiTi.il practirally to 

• !.'.,arm tlif Onnan forcfs. and the 
' orupatton liy America arui allied 
forrra of strHtPfric (gateways to tier- 
many to enforce the fulfilment of 
terms of paaea ai» Hm prtadpal faa- 
turas. 



Ceninn Kori-iirn Serretary, request.i 
that President Wilson intarrvne to 
mitiitata "the fearftol condittona now 
oxiatinf In Garautnjr." Aecordinn 
to a Oeraum w lw le a w diapateli re- 
ceived in London. Dr. Solf anys he 
faab it hia dnty to draw President 
Wilaon's attention to the fait that 
the enforrement of th.' urmistin- con- 
ditions, especially the siiiTcn.lcr of the 
transports, nieanH the stai^atiun "f 



(n a aiaaHc* addnaaad to Saeio- 
ury of State Unatog. Dr. Solf, the 



The American army had raaehed a 

Idt.il streiik'th "f ^.7f.4,«" 77 men when 
hostilities cea.seij Ilth, accurilin r to 
official figures at the War Depart 
ment Of that number, S.000,000 had 
been aent to France. Italy or Ruiaia. 
The remainder were andor arms in 
this country. 



Public Sale I 



HaVtac luld my faim and decided to (O olsawkaVO^ I 

tril at my pixce, at public auclinn, 2 milei South of OltOanahBt 

the Cheatnut Ridge lioad n«ar Millon Warren'i Store, on 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16th 

^'■i. *fnenc»»ilf promptly 9:30 A- M., the followinif detcrthrd property. 

t  ) - w i t ; 

EXCELLENT TEAM OF HORSES (i AND 7 YKARS OLD, 
(.vnCH F«OM 1.300 TO 1,400 POlINns, H (.OOP) KAT HOGS, 
TWO GOOD MILK COWS. ONF. I RESH WITH CALF 
■Y SlOa, THE OTHER WILL Ri. PSBSM TUB 
FIRST OF JANUARY 
I Kill alto tell 200 thoclo nf Corn. 1 Rood Fp  'I CutUr. I Wagoa. 
I "d (ood at new, 1 good Range Store. Z good Hraleri. 1 Drexer 
• c!tf 1 number of Bediteadt and Spring- AI»o I will irll irvrral big 
aa* ot Molaisas alio a fin* lot of Buckwheat, about SO buthelt of 
Oats, 70 haalwig of PotatM*. IB bathels of Soaas, 7S CkiahoM of 
diffrrewt Uads, ami aMny athmr tbiagi too nn m e r et w to moatlow will 
ba eoM at iMa eala. SiJa WIS taka plaao eato av skkw. Om't faefot 
ika 4alo. Caaw OMi Caaa AM. 

C L. SHOEMAKER 

Cel. m. M. XHMSON. 



TREES! TREES! 

WE CROW A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT AND 
 HAOE TRF.Sd. SHRUBS VINES. ROSES, PERENNIALS, EVER. 



Law* I 



raiBCATAkOfr • 

H. F. HiUenmeyer & Sons 



LBXmafML KV. 



(Ma 



LINCOLN A COMING PIILD. 

WHtlnir of Lincahi eomty In tka 
nil CKy Dorrtrk recently. Oaaria A. 
WMtney, well irnnwn oil sroVit. says: 

'•One of the nrwe»t firli1« f,  Hftr-irt 
Inl'rrtion in the «l-'te i t Kenfiirky ip 
I Lincoln ronnty. ntiil imlii nt i(in   rn- 
ith'il thia ( ■'hi hni l.i'm omtI r-d 
il \ n of th" • \\ n'cn It li.ol. - |lp 
lone of thi' cKiii'Tu' firllt n' the ."^t I'e 
■.\ \A while fhi' wpllt }'Ti' not of lhi  
] -iwlier kind, thev are like thosr thn  
I mnke Wione* on a null An event 
in the rommereial h'storv of the cotin- 
tv took plaee at Wav»ie»htir«». on the 
Jln»i»h»m F't'lrofid wh«n the firat 
tank af cr«ide ofl arae nrrvfnriyl in 
T Inrnin etmnty waa rh'»*»'»"»l tn tha 

St' nd''rd OH rnmf-a"" of If "ilttiiekv'f 

-'n"t »t i„,i,.n., hv the Daniel 
Roone Oil Conipiinv. 

•■'^ ViV XV '  • ■ jli'T" li' " for KoTiie 
t'nie Im' '1 fiMM'tt*' ft"d  v'thotif n«if»"i 
tation. !■ lo nir an Imnortnnce n% fhi' 
r-pw'cf-  r ,..-»,,r»-f:,-n fo" 'hv Hr»l|tH , 
em h !f .'f th'- «" (t.hv .•mil nroirre^- 1 
•ive Lincoln eouptv if •vma'neii for 
its rommereial rioh tn ad/J to lt« 
laun ls by secuHnr the e«t ih1(*hment 
at that point of the terminus of the 
n«i»e line from the oil field pbout » r 
miles northesat of the town The 
c'ti'eni of W r ■i' «liiirtf. re'-i) »ni'inir 
•he inir rt ..f th- n't de^'olon- 

men*. ,•■ . , ir ic !■ ■■ ■• f r 'h- indus- 
•rv W'fliotit "V ■'' -1 I". I thro'C'h 
\'hi-  'ff..r»i if T»,„rT|n«oo ;t 

'oiithorn Ifi'f of I ••,, , !., coiin'v w'i« 
leaded !•  tiic |)anicl Roone Oil fom- 
pnny and other compnnien. 

"Ahout January I. 1917. the first 
test well in the south end of Lincoln I 
rounty was completed en the Albert i 
Sckulcr farm by the DanM Boone I 
Oil Company, and as this well had 
a gooii show of oil with a stronir 
flow of eas it justified the drilling 
nf additional welts in that section, 
hut it wjis not until the followinir 
.Inly th«t nil wns found i ti ;hc ,1 ■ ph 
Wicland farm on the hjadwafcr^ of 
Buck I ivck. nnii at this date the I .in 
ifl M'linc Oil Coninanv has 17 nm 
duciOL' wells on the Wic'rind f,irTn 
.'i". «c!U have been ilril'cci i, •' ■ 
sec t ■' II' oil weells and 1 ' 
holes. The oil is found in the Cornif- 
erooa formation, mare commonly 
known as th* Inriaa aand at a depth 
ranfflnff from 2M to 8S0 feet and 
la froai 10 to SO foot wide. 

"About 20 years airo. seven shnltow 
walls were drilled in the keadwntrrs 
of Oreen Riv T. sll beintr prodiieers. 
and one well in th.it pr  tion of th- 
countv ii repnrteil to have flowed 
fr 'he S'lntv.-V.r loli -lai il :il a Menth 
of ,«I10 feet Thl'^ —.r.'\ in th-   'r . 
fields H kno«n .'i th,' 'iv .i',,,.  ■ ., : 
which i  the nt'ht n-ime for it. At 
about thrs tinii' two welN Were drilleil I 
in the Tt iuifhman farm, 2 miles south | 
of .Stanford, to the Sunnybrook sand 
GALLEY t 

one of which ia fumiahin* gas to the 
Rauchman home, and the other wall 
was n p«rted as a five-barrel oil well. 
The sand wns found in that s e cti on at 

a depth of 73.'  feeet. 

".Amonjr the roninanies operating 
in the Lineoln county field are Th" 
Florence Oil Company. Newtor Ih' 
Companv, WyominR-Kentucky Oil 
Conip.iny. i t iveiU re Oil Conjiany. 
and the Daniel Boone Oil Company. 
Thaae compaalaa are running eight 
drilling machinaa in the field, hut 
with a pipe line to handle ttir- pro- 
duction there would be much ait litinn- 
al driUinp done by nuch crimpanip 
a* the To- |en Oil Company. Wood Oil 
Company. N'cw Dominion Oil and i'.in 
Coinpary. White Rrothcr* .'in l i -ivn 
dicate of ( h e iiro and New Y't' ■ i- 
I italut'^, :ind :ill are holders t. t t 
tory in Lincoln county that i.s I.  iinil 
to be tested out. The only pip» line 
in the county is that of the Daniel 
Boone Oil Company, which has Just 
•aaiplet«  l after a long and tedious 
wait to get pipe and pumping out- 
fita to equip th* line. It has certainly 
been a red letter day for the Daniel 
Boone Company and the citlsen* of 
Waynesburi; in Keneral for the new 
enterprise in the courity. whieh some 
day will nie.in a laree source of in 
come for the land owners from their 
royalties and the business people in 



Ship Your ProduceToUs 

J. W. STArLBTON. PraaUaat aiU GMaral Manatae. 

C. W. CRAOUPT. Saaaai 

A. I). COATi:S COMPANY 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

SIJVALNUT STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

iiiGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR 
COUNTRY PRODUCE 



EGGS ANb RABBITS 

SFND US YOUR TURKEYS FOR CHRISTMAS 
Ciivpa And Egg C«»«a Furakkod FRE£ to Our MuMPora. 

wam us FOR mcas. 

W. R. COTT, fornw-.K ,,f l an.a.t.r. i» with u  
.)UR RCFERENCEi Paarl Market Bank. Ciaciaaali, Ohio. 



1 



U.IL r«R4 



HI* G l7ilO 



Cascaret^ Be^t 
Family Laxative 



Harmless tu liet-p liver, bowels 
and stomavli ilean, and 
cost only 10 ctnts 

'I'oiiiKtit sure! Take Casearrt-^ and 
ei joy tlie nicest, Kentleat liver and 
bowel cleansing yuu have ever exper- 
ienced. Cascarets will Uvea your liver 
and civan your thirty feat of bowels 
without griping. You will wake up 
foeliag grand. Your kawd will be 
clear, breatil right, tungue clean, and 
sloniarh sweets Get u lU-cent box 
low It ai.y drugstore. Beiit cathartic 
for ihildren as well as grown-ups. 
Taste lik, l aiidy uiid uevar tail. Tlwy 

Work while y,iu .'^leep 



i High-clasa job printing at the lO' 




Public Sale! 



Live Stock And Farm 
Implements 

Having sold my farm and not expecting to buy anotlier, I will sell at 

public auction on 

Saturday, Nov. 30 



Commencing promptly at 10 .\ M . of my personalty, consisting 

of tlie following: 

Registered Cattle, Sheep And Hogs 

2vS fine ri't*i. ;tcred Abeidttn Ai\t«us Yt'arlin..»s, bred to Dean, of 
Hilii rest. 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 Cows and C lives, 6 g»3d yearling stock heifers. 

23 extra good stock ewes and one buck. 

60 head of hogs from shoats to brood sows. 

HORSES AND MULES 



1 pMir rxtr. S vrar old hortr iiiiilr, 
I pair aalra 7 year old mara mulai. 
I pair goad S yeae old haeee ■ales. 
1 attiy good 3-yc,.r old mare mule. 
I pair good 2-year old hor.e mulst. 
I 



1 ibrrr vrm ,il'l dri%oiK iii.rr 
I Filia 10 vr«f IatiiiI, tiriviiii 

111 A r . 

I ifood 7 yrar old laddle and kar- 
horte 

300 bales aiiaad kay. 
IM haeeals eoea ia eeik. 



FARMING IMPLEMENTS 



All Farming Tool, — coasitliag mt 
antilaga cullar, I firti data Deeriag 
kiadag, I first claaa SMporier wkeal 
drill t MeCoemack mower, 1 good aa 

new Deeriiig mower, 2 liay rakas, I 
extra 4-horsa culling harrow, I Poia* 
dasler smoelk karrow, I taclioa har- 
row, I maaure tpraadar, I ataal rollae, 
I good bamp machine, 2 good as aaw 
riding caltivators, daakla ikaeala, ta  



Mead aa a fa 



aad ia 



I S p l sad i d S-korsa corn crasker; 
S good farm wagons: 2 good kay 
framosi I new 3-inch John Orere 
wagoa complslai I buggy; I ruaa- 



lioiil. i up to datr Automoliilea coa- 
ki.lliiK of 1 1417 Kiiiil I iijbt. .S pa, 
•eriKer in good riiniiiitg tiindition; I 
Beat Oakland Ruaditer, aiway. ready 
to go; I better lhan new Ford Road- 
ster equipped with 5 new deniuuat* 
able tires. B new United Stales tires 
aad takes, shock absorborsi Klaaaa 
kaen, ate., ia good coad it iaa. Ra glad 
to kaeo yoa tool oat tka** aam ka  
faro tka day of sale. 

M aaaafca l d aad Kkckaa FaeaMae*. 

HaaM ParaMr. aow is the lime |a 
start yoa a rogislerad hard while yoa 
can do il. Do not lei ike o|i|iorlunily 
past you aad lot Ibasa fins caltia go 
■ •  oiIm 

hare. 



Dinner on the ground for everybody. 

Remember thh day— rain or shine-Saturday, Nov. 30th-Su!?ar 

Tre«.' Clioa Shjik l\inii, 2 12 milts from f*aint Uclc, on Liancaster 
and Kiciiiiiunc pik^. nine miles irum Lancaster, 

TERMS — Liberal Mid made known on day of lala. 

E. C McWhorter 



COL JOHN B. DINWIDOIE, 



The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, 



PflfeSevm 



Gates Half Soles 



Try them nnA ronvinro l HiAi you ran mnke yonr «M tin* n now 
onr, by havin« a* hnlf ri \f \t with ihr f.imnu* GATES HALF 
SOLE. It wil run ymi n.riOii mil "  w iti nii » punrtui*. 

ThcM ar* a ttw at the pricm at the prcacnt: 



StaSH 
ltH4 



12 70 
I3.4S 
%4M 
1S.40 
19.7t 
90.10 



SriflK 11* your ol l tiro ami !i t in m»k«' if nr« 



Thi iMTMlMiial RnbUr SoIn Go. 

DANVILLE. KY. 

J. B. WILLIAMS, Pr 
O. N. MASTIM. UmI A«Mrt. 



HU.4TONVILLE. 
.hiitifp William My»ni. w»|il' vi-U 
inif fri»ni|« iind rrlativp* iif t.iliprty 
laal WMk, baram* «ud li-iiiy il' Ilia 
inrnv fr;' n l  nrt  drvply ifflaTxt w 
I ' hin kcini »j vtrjr Jow. l.ivutonMt 
"••II* Myp"« anil wifa iirlvnf an 
I at hin hi'iLs' !• 

I'.i .. . .Hi I r . . .1 

Kii.-li^i* hart far a vttK 



I - It 



I I' 

I 



•t I.).-. Mr 



John \1lpn 
. r . i,f I»:iMV,ll*, 
' ■ ' . .T'iri' .y. 
I  . nlinn i» •, 'iti- irk 
.ii »(" hi 'M- hoi 
I'; I. Vrn. Hurry ,Nml, in Klorlda. 
^' Ni nl. it Ir. ri iwita l, ii very aiak 
I I h Um mntf ilkaaaaa. 

Mriliiam Dunn «a on tha ««ck lUt 
MiM t^rienv Comhaat la viaHint 
ffi-nH* i'l f.ouli villa. 

 tr- Clarrnii' ! unn imI I'.tIiv hnvp 
lit . M   : 'tit i; rc'liitlM'  ;it Tumpr-   ill»' 

I ■ •. rr "ne twik piirt in th» 
I • li't riit iipii hrre M'in l;iy nirhl \ ff» 
\. n4.i\  iu'hu w.TO hioki n f'ntii thr 
J . 'i; .tyniini:t - ThiT«- »i- nn 

1 ml • ' "i miiiinl o.' iimmunitinn sfl 
' lit f'li I iMiyt to u*r. 

Mujur .Snow and family and Mn. 
(■•-■•nr«  Tu  kt-r nnrf tlantthtor, Martha, 
visitad ralativaa in AMUiartMni tfeia 



Riff- anil Ihiirlmi Adama Rtti nil - l 
thr fiiollinll lime at Dnm ill" Ii^i 
Siitiinln}- 

Mr. and Mr*. Robert Benton Wooil.s 
of Rtatiford, lOMii tmntmr wttil 'lin- 
Fnm t)w  nii 

Julian Kiffp who i* now atationnl 
lit Naw York, has retum"d after a 
f w day*' vMt to tha hemafelka. 

M'lm B Mi« T. r-irpanwr, of Dan- 
ville, wnn h) re Tiiaaday with ralathre*. I 

 :i.rT.r \V;p 'I  i .S. .1. F.mbry, of SUn- ' 



tills wpck looklnir after 



h.ivt baaii viototlnc the 



i  nil- hM iialatC'i 
i. Hid it la to ha hoped 
ha MM to 



f. r,|, h 
I 11 I- I- lilt 

"1' !:i«« 

Til. i 
i|  vk'li  |iilti a I 
th" hnrr wiU 
taeel. . 

Mr. ami Mr . Hill flpaldinir and 
attrartive dnunhtar, Anne Kathrynn. 
of liOiiiiiffton. apairt file weak and 

witli Ilr fMu'it'l Alr'.rn nnd fwlly 
BREAKS A COLO IN 

jutr A 



I 



I 



The Price Is Soon For- 
gotten 

Quality Is A Sticker 



Whrii .\ iii hjtvf Imturht tht- Jnhii l)ecr»* line you 
h;i\f liiMnrlit ih ' ln'-'t t unir in aiiil Ift ii^ -ihuw \imi 
John Deere I t-inch .Slat Holtoni Slag Sulkv }'l• w.^ $75 
.fohn Deerr I4-inrh Slat Bottom Two-way Plow* . flSO 
.1 hn Derri* lo 7 Van Rmiit Drill (romitletp) $150 
.1 hn Ih'vrv m If) I»iM H;irr«\v with Fore Trucit $65 

Iiiinham X-fool CiiltiiiK kern $9U 

DiinhHin'ii H-f««t S»)il Pulveriasem 970 

John B. Rif ie, Hustonviiie 



Dapuly Skeriff Corbran waa hare 
' n brndneaa thh week. 

Mr. and Mm. I II Ki id. Miaa 

Beerh«T N 'wb«Tn nml Wall Thorn- 
ton, lit iiraii-'roniMiii', — w iMf* for 

11 shfirt timi' Sunday 

Ku)'i Ml' Iiiinii iinil fnmily .mii Mi.sa 
l.ou .mil Mi.«« liotiiy fiiwaii .^prnt 
Sundny iti Danvilli- 

Mi.'* Ruth Firld« IK riM nvt-rlni; trolB 
nn attack nt thr influi-nui 

I I MiKo Kiffr aold hu hand 
-i.m. ( h.ilnit rs . ar to Squire J. K. 
Ilrim at a fancy prire. Mr. Riffe 
and wife left Sunday for Cinrinnati. 
where tkay will iMka tlMir htmm. 

A. i. Wad4la «ad wifa viaited Dr. 
  ain at Sonaraat tkia woak. 

Muriel Kald. Varaen Childraaa. Jew 



"P«p*** C-old Comp'MinH" rnd« thai 

fripy* MiMry — Don' I ttay 

You ran and irrippp and hr?Bk i.p I 
a iievere rold either in tho h»ail. i hrit j 
or body or limbii. by takinir n rfn"ic of 
"Piip«''f Colli Cotnponnir .v.-rv 
hmir- until thr lime.* iin- l-'l i n | 

It nromptly opi'ns ilo(C(fi' ( un n r 
trilf anil .iir paitiiafc  i  m 'f" hr«'l. 
■itopa naaty divchnrK' or noae 'unninfir. 
raliavea airk headarh  . dullnea*. fev- 
ariahaaw, aore throat, aneetinc, aore- 
naaa aM tUffaaM. 

DMt atoy ttafM np* Quit bi«w- 
inir Mtf MoffUact %mm ywr throb- 
binr head— notkiiw oln to tkt wwM 
givea auch proaipt nllwf w "Papo'a 
CaM Compound." which c9hta orly a 
few centa at any dnif st..ra. It acta 
without amiatance. ta^tcit r -rv. end 
eauaea no inconvenience. R« Hiire   nd 
not tha gamriaa. 



Dry laadara in Congraaa will con- 
tinue thair ficht to pra« tha wartime 
prohibition m iaw i ra to tko ftoal paa- 
■age. 





A Few Choice Farms 

and Detirabie Town PropwIiM 

For Sale 

SEE us 

Dinwiddie & Owens 

Moreland and Hustonviiie 




Attention Auto Owners ! 

Stop That \x'i\k\ kadiator 

Wtf niakt: yuur ultl une& guud as new. 

WescN the Copper King Spark PiMg. guaraalecdllie life 

Olyoiir   ar 

Wi. h.ivi lhe aKcniV f »i the Swinchart Tire. • {ii.ii.ii)ti.iii 
lor .'t.O'ao mil- s 

Wc i.itrv 111  ioik .itl kMil - III 111 \titi  .\i\cssurit'! , Stan- 
dard GaMitiiH-. L'N (.i'lits ilu ualloit. 

\\ I' Sill.tll  lrail».  ".Mohilc' .Oil C alljanit sec us 

Radiator Repair Shop, 3rd St., Danville, Ky. 



LISTEN TO THIS 

Wouldn't you liko to live in 
the midtt of good ckurclMa, 
good a . hoola, good psspio OBd 

abade? If so itt-e 

B. L. FAGALY 

AT STANFORD. KENTUCKY! 
Ho Hoa B Nioo H— o For Yon. 




TotlMPyblkt 



#1 f rrpr#B* iit iIik urgi ai and lx »i ui« l  w 
iirj. r riotliirif huu«f m thia . 'tinlr* - 
^ -f I /'r» -# mu i i \  t Kt.nj, lU My #« 
|i. r . (  •.- It, nil a*. .r tig .Irti liug trt  initk 

■ i t » 'iir fi i;',. v  a ni. ihr  .il(Ai.iav  

j .1.- ..ii» i«h-  la It'll a |ii-.ri,4»| u l,.r If ,..tj 
} will r ''If »-'ur rtl.r, | w ll pr.   a.  ..ii a 

I aHii^f «l T ti w II til. » t i.1 t 

[ aii.n. t I 11'.. r in lh   rhri 
ti|hvr pricvs. Uf 



raproi |rail*a or ik« 



SPRING AND SUMMER 

■ ■f a » ii. v r*-»dr f«r yottt im 



AUCTIONEERINC H. C. RUPLEYr-:::;~|r I 



I can fet you tnKhf"* price* for your 
iMd, (t(ick..crui . ur bousehu.vi goods. 

SalMi Cried Anywho^ 



JOHN B DINWIDDIK. 

A. B. C. Dinwiddie 
Undertaker and l^uueral 

Director 
JundiMi Qly. KMbicky 



Danville Business School 

A Praatiaal BuaiiMM Bdoaatioa Ah- 
•oiuiely NacaMary Ta An 
aiiro Suacaa*. 

The Danville Business 
School G'vet This 

Inl 




^'imM^ 

5 ;« ■•' • * ''ti-.i^J • "':(' ViiiM*. » .'.oa 

Why Compare Beef and 
Coal Profib? 

Swift & Company has it«c|uently stated 

that its proiit un beef averages only one- 
fourth of a cent a pound, anid hence has 
practicully no elTcct on the price. 

Corrpar'Si'n b  -u m;;d.' by the Fede^.^l 
Tr; Co:niriii:.^u»ii 1 1 lilts pruht wit.'i ilic 
prtiiit tin coal, ant.1 it h is pointed ou* that 
anthracite cual operators are content with 
• profit of 25 cents a ton. whereat the beef 
P'-otii (.t or..^ -fouith of :\ It a pottiMltnemi 
a pioiu of .i.*).i)0 n ton. 

The c  mp. iri.".on doc- not point out that 
nr.thi.HC''tt' C" ■ Mt the lOo irJ i.-; wctihat 
wholeiktle Hk/out $?.U0 a tun, whereas a ton 
of beef of fisir quality is worth aboot 
$'VX).00 wholesale. 

Tocnrrynthe coinpari;on Turther, tlte 25 
cent profit on coal is 3^^ per cent of the 
$7.0U value. 

The $5 Oil profit on laeef is only *V4 

CiJiit ( 1 ti..- r'lW.OO value. 

Ti'.i' 1' h:'S iif' - rlitct on pricf in jithtr cas?, 
but l-.a» Ura ef i-ct on the price of t ii«f thai) uo tba 
pricr of coaL 

Co..! n-.a,-   :«• s-.o '.d in the open atr indefinitely; 
bei'l muit b u ;ii c\pi-n&-.ve COOUts b c;. jsc it it 
b'Ri'-'y pi-i' • • 'f'J iTiuit be rofnaerji' J. 

CoaiiaU:.: uk u oy tlie carload or ton; U cftsdeliv* 
ered to rt'triil'.-n by the pound or hutuJrud waiKht 

f.' il. .,- u.' i.. . '. ••■«•. js'iy ( I'.. 1 • Ci- ,; 's 
1 . ,.1 III I-; . I  .-.■.■ ; ill- f r.f.'ii Iv n. j^i ^ ;n 

f'l itt. •; •-• '.i'" I' JiI.o. f;il.'- ' ) Swi't tk 
Cc - • ••VAf. totht. p^.-kilig .: ^!ll^ V. o-a»aiida 

tl.jc •.!!,• ■ 1 (I •■i  it.i; ?i (ucis bv- Con;,;i.'.t r  I . li i% 
ifn|i« i',. iblc to di .r ov« Swift ft Caosp:iry's state* 
ncni, xiim proAtii ca b*ef are ao tamil tebuvo 
piac'.ijii!!y i^o tii.vt on prkxs. 

Swift  k Company, U. a A. 



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WK'BGB-EYS 




We will win tku 




Bm patient here — Our Boys are getting 

WRIGLEYS 



You Aie Invited To Attend A I 

Public Sale Of Live Stock 

At My Place I 1-2 Miles From 
Lawrenceburg, Ky. 

Friday, November 22nd 

'lO Head Mi.xed Cattle, some ;4o()d young 
Cmw.*; and Calve.*^. yearlinj4 Stceisand Heifers. 

().") head of Mules, a few Mule Colts, 33 
yearlings, 30 from 2 lo 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. .\. 

Dr. Wash will .sell a few Thoroughbred Po- 
land China Hoars. 

H. B. CARPENTER, Lawrenceburg, Ky. 

j. W. Sherwood and H. L. Iglehart, 

Auctioneers 



USED AUTOMOBILES 

Now is the time to Buy and Save Money. 
We Guarantee Every Car we sell. 

1918 Buick KoadsUr, $1,150.00 

1915 Buick, 5 Pduenser, 550.00 

1 91 Oakland, 5 Pa-^scn^L^cr, (i2ri.OO 

1916 0vt riaiui,5Fattenier, 60a00 

Three 1917 Fords...$400. $425. $450. 

SFK I S AT ONCE 

The Danville Buick Co. 



•4IIVH1I. mmicitv 



L. B. 



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Tkm hmrior Jawml StmahrA Kw Hytk y, Prkby, Nov. 15, »tf6.^  • 



LANfl, STOCK AND CMtT 
W. ■. ■aynnrH. of Ciiinp Olch lok- 
 nM n.MMto iitlly Willinmt, of Bo l«, 
'.0 hoc* Vknt will Hvprmir* 240 «t 1«5 
1-2 cciiL*. Thfy go UMtajr. 

Mm. (imn. (lowprm«n hn* h,.|,I her 
t%rm o/ n mertm, on thr Georir^tovpii 
flk* ta l^qr»tta cmnty, at |40r. prr 

 ftto i u ihH' , Mm imw af Oamrd. of 
fara« kar 9*H. M iwr mI*. aUndnrd 
l ra4 iMn» atU at $M« to $700, ntlk 
cawa ftit M tlM, m4 tM|* » 

17c pw pouiiil 

Thr hitrlioi pn. .• .-vpr paid for a 
lull III l^wit'liinl. SI^.TmHI, was paid 
by Col. K. M lavK'T, Jr.. for :i M 
yr^r old Ucrvfoiil, niii- nf Uic l.ynrl 
 ial(W hoiMl, which wril br slnppcil im- 
niMiiltlrly to thin . nui lr  :iri.| n l 
to rtin llproford Kami's nistiT. I'ho 
^tiiiniai MreiKlw ;i:.l' 00 poundr. the 
^Mritiat Jierafani buU im the worid. 
nil ^ Htnliri iv«M giwui 

;flM4 Adminktrator Hoolrer and 
lirmnn Hurlrjr, of the Shippinff 
Ibard, M-ill mil for Kurop« tomorrow 
t«atH(1y till' fQuil probli'tn in Njrthrm 
I'Har*'. 



To The.Tobacco Growers and General Public AiU 




jacent To The DanviUe Tobacco Market: 



We wish to announce that we have purchased the Walnut Street To- 
bacco Warehouse and in the future will operate under the name of F£N- 

NER'S WAR£HQ,US£. W« mnmtOf aolkil 
atioB. 

W. E. FENNER AND RALPH PITT, PROPS. 



Kpaarh, k«% a wallHMI fll Omup K m 

madv It all a  taal rrallty. hy lyinir 
a ah N t around bin nrrk nril kirKiar 
a bucki't from undrr hi'n 



f Unc 9JILE 



I will Mil ai pabllc aactloa 

pi He*.   

Mld( 

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IVlilnBlnf at 10 A M . lha f(tno«4« 
daa rrth^d pmpvrtp R milk mwa. S io 
t yaarn ol4. i ymrllnR hulU. tour 
caW'K. 1  hoc* wi IvM Kill poaaA*. « 
■hiMilii, wvlfht 4n I .  in'*' I I'xlra itnM 
brood now, I h  ar.*wi'iiiiii i2k po«ada 
Male eoll. 1*0 KhiM'ka foditnr. Jot 
lot oali In huaille. 1 l^oraa Mgi^l 
bdiity. irl btaokMBlOi lonfai^ M 
.,('11 pounds of good t«bMM  % i 
-h. lWt. I rMar tifll. S 
: culilvatara. 
rurnitar*. 

ofMUti 

J. WttttOl;   




A mild, effective remedy for constipa- 
tion that is peculiarly tdaptmd to the midl of 

cideriy peojile, women and children, it dM 
combination of simple laxative herbs withpei^ 
sin luown as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It 
iMrl*a  ntunl f^^f, without Rripinff or imld. 

DR. c.\[.nwj'Lr/s 

Syrup Pepsin 

Wf Perferf T^xatkt 

Sold hv DruiTi^ists Every where 
• r- 50 Cfs . i^,) SLOP 

A mtML aomc c«n ac oiratHia^ ran or CH«aa(. ar wbitiho to 
tm m. 9. CALOwcu. 45  irMMiMraii crauT. MMIKUIa 



Foariaj; that their men wil| turn 
.ipon them, r ^nuiiand«ra of individual 
liarmni. nrir. have issued itppeuU 
to Gi iTii IB (Oiiimaiidera to t.sUi- nvi-r 
the (ii iairia .\r  i.-i .tnd prisoncr.s. Pro- 
\iouii 'llip.ittiio !i ■ ntiiiiu'il thi' fact 
thHt II. ..omf •  tr officers had 
h?( n .tttackid and the red flag of re- 
volt aat m. 



MiaaCwriaHi 

A lM|« arowd Hiwiii tha Of f«r 

-talc last Tuesday. 

Mr ;. Jim Ili lin. of HustORTilla. was 
in town Tu.-!«d«y. 

A nt'W roof In beim ph ei d an the 
.M. ihoiliHl • hunh. 

Ati.H.s .MimIic Harnaa wm hara on 
I'li.smv'.i Thur^ay. 

Mr. H. It. Kinir went to Uhmff 
Wtidneailiiy on business. 

Mis. Tuiii Bf.1t was in tow« with 
relatives last Thursday. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kinir are visit- 
il l" relatives in iunctioB City. 

Mr. and Mrs. E. McChirc have heen 
very ill with tht "flu." hitt U» JkOch 
l otur. 

Jlr. Cordon L Oi.lston i  I'.r -^r.!"* , 
' .Mr ( l.iu 'i' Pir.w idilif. wli.p i.- or i , 
I'iriou.'ii. 

Hi.-s .Mnlli.' HHTmon bn u-ht two; 
fine hi-ift-rs from B. B. Kintr at Si 
l ani y price. 

H.N. Dr. Philipps, of JunrtioM Cily. I 
nir.- over to attend the burial of 
.!udi:i  Myers. 

I A !l tb? .«tnrea were closed last Wed- 
i ncsday until 8 p. m. on account of 
I the Y. M. C. A. drive. 

Mr. WQI Dhiwiddie a! d family, of 

l.lcnrtiun City, wpro thr jrut'st-i of J. 
n. n'nwid.Iio and family la«t Sunday. 

W. .-r ' sorry if Mr. Coff'-y w.i.i 
• liM'Pl ' • 'i-.l in not M'.IIint'. I iit nro 
certainly irt.ol that Mr. .in.l Mn-.  'of. 
fry will remain in this community. 



Wen Armed 1 




i o yoq cat M at mi«MT Saiiua b 

(••ireiy iha heM for all kl !ney oi 
bladder ironbUa Rinol ku.-s m\U-i 
In St hour* ftiun a'l k.irim .ri  

liiaddcv Imublr* tnrtcl Is a fjuma. 
f- d rMTody 60c sad It'll a hMflf 
Hi the ■Inyt ^tor* 



Tb»   ily  if HtM-Mirl* in now entlMy 

friT ..f iJi,- li.Tiiiiiii yolv. ill the 
fori '- ■ i.f the H .ini fiavinj; Imvu with- 
drawn from the Belgian caaiial. 



Heighu 



I hf ^••rat  rml inv i ^liu.'iiion of thr 

''\pio~.oi, „i ,), ■ '.hi II IoikIiiiv pliiiit lAvfOSBMlt 

of ttii- 1 \ (iill. Hpii Ciimpiiiiy Ht I 
M. r;;i,t,. .\ .) . .1 th.- [.•■olia- 

'■il 'y that the di^ui,!, r uaa thr work 
' ti'i-mian a«  nta. 



Farm 



I lurii'i 
-hio- h«\ 



th'- « .r "11 Norwi i-i.iii 
(■e« n tuiik liy Crrnian auli- ] 




Aberdeen- Angus Cattle 

I 'n..'-r'M ■^ . 11, irty. three othT — 1 linihiaB, lhasp. Owiat Jsr»si HiJi 
'vii rt damaged. In these attachs, it is i The bed bloodlines ia rnprsssnlail ii 
'estimated thai i.lM Uvaa wore lost.   ' i^rm famous braads. R 



■ ll'-'P 
Kuii ! 



with your m«' 



nenii 



the War 



class Individuiili fur h;.!- ut all UoSt^ 
B. V. CABSON R K O B 

Stanfurd Kenturky 



Tho Halted .Stiili'^  is faiinr a ire 
•f fewlinc the Bol- j 



EDITOR McDANIF.f. DEM . 

W. L. MrDaniel. owne. and i-litorl 
of the Comnionwealt'i \Vi-"l-lv, ..nil 
in the .S »ner et I!ospii.,i f.,;i ,wii, - an } PROTECT THR CHILDREN 

ntUick of pneumoni'.. II" w., ih ty i Children an n  \ to  r.t tliv 

six years of i\st - nl i* .s ir-ived SyU'rip "nd intlum.-u a  grown ups, 
his wife and f 'Ut ihilHron iFoley'u Honey :in.| Tar v.\:v-  iuiek 

- ; relief from all l.i!'. l.-  of l ouirh.*. l ol.i-, 

Aeiordin r to rcicnt a'lvi.., tr..ni , -nup an.i \ih' oriiiir (nujrh; (■o\ers 
Amstetdarn the f.n-eH' .i.»r Geniian i"";'""-''' ""''f-'i'-'' ii healintr 

.M wsp»: ...-. have a ; pted a remark- 1 «j??r» A*' 



P.utiiaa. 



... ... ,ch«eks straaalinir. ckokinK. eouKhini; 

ably meek tone since the revolution. Contains no opiates. Sold e er 
poctieaa of Central' and the nutiority are vplMldlac fho " 

; I'cw rt'i'iinp. 



Bil) Band Rubbers and Ovei'shoes 
, Fpr Men, Women and Child- 
ren. Buy early; supply 
is limited 

W. E. PERKINS 



SPECIALS FOR A WEEK: 

Ladies' Dresses 

And Skirts 

Aad 

Men'sjouth's and Boys' 
' Suits and Pants 

Big Selection; Reduced Pirices 

THE BARGAIN STORE 



Salaai A SaloM 




w .s ' -yv, chruuTS to 
Iv t.'ikt 1 .-vi tr. ;ll'.fr 
scca that tiwte is aU 
vrays a can of 

CALUrJEET 

BAKIRa POWDER 

on h'lntl C..'.:«^..pies. 
i!.i.:;,.ii...ta,naiJii.)s  i -i-l 
c'l v,»x d t III to e;il 
' ui«t Ik? dic;.j4-d up in 
tlieir best tasta and 

Then, too, her repute- 
li;;u as .n i r.;u t 
]; • iri'i !;1 — a.n;' s''.'.- 
"sLik.-.-. ' i: yv\ Calup-.rt 
t :- r 'tim \ Sht* /■''''.(.  it 
Will not (iis.;p;"iiiit htr. 

()■ ' r 1 can and h.ivc t'lc 
. . " kind oi bakiaga 

ri'« - ' .1/. 

Cr.: ront.^ins ealf Mch 

itur..cic:it) a:i havo haen 
approved officially by tlie 
U. S. Pood Authorttla» 

Y«a »«• •lit* T«e ftoy h- 
Yji M*r wLca yjs a«e it. 



Administrator's Salel 



If 



 uu have not already dune so, 
make your donation to the War Fund 

■ 'V. ( irdv 11 few Diorr ''.iv 



At 2 P. M. On Friday, Not. 22Bd 

On Main street in Stanford. Ky.. at the fronl 

door ot Ilk Ini.siiiL'.^s house (»l till- ki!».' K. T. 
IVncf. Jr.. I will offtT for s.-ilc to the highfcst 
biduci aiitl .sell .i.s a whok' the 

Entire Stock of Merckandne 

Carried by thu said Pence, consisting of 

Bvggiesy WagoBs, Firni Mjicliiiienr 

And Implenn nts, Field Seeds, Rubber Tirinjj, 
ll irncss. Robes, Whips, Stocl( Foods and 

Hardware. 

Tiie 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 PUBLIC SALE! 



POSTEDI 



I Vt'e, whose names are hereto at 

, t -hcd will permit neither huntini;. 
' -Mi ir no rtrenpa.N.s of any kind 
I III' o'.if property, iiml thobe Kuilty of 
i iiiL' si.rh will be pruii"^-uted to thr 

f.iU extent of the law: Thumu^ .Man- 
Inina, William roid.iT, LuiitHn Hubble. 

Aahby M. Warren. W. R. DauKherty, 
Dttn Knniilin. Mrs. Mary £. Welch. 
i( W * Waller McISIfreak, WUIIe 
j Zellar. Aady riestritaor. J. C. ros A 

J. M. lUrr. WiH Hottclaw. 



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Wednesday, Nov. 27tli, 1918 

Thf following described prrsunalty: One pair wuik iiiiilei, ^^d ones; one twu-year 
old horse mule, 15 1-2 hands high; one pair large work hoises; one aged buggy 
horse; one two-year old fiUy, • nice oae; yearling horse colt by Smith T. Powell's 
liorMi two Rood milk cows, one weanling hoifwr calf; one pur« br«d HoUtoia catf} 
•M H T» bred Holatein bull calf; 5 large mMt kafit 3 thoatol ImM ^BMS f 
I MM Ford ant*! 1817 medalt gMid m mwi mm \m% wsfMi 
t 1st Imtm mmI 



Household And Kitchen Furniture 

Oiie piano, good ms new, dressers, wash stands, bedsteads, chairs of all kinds, ward 

robe, roll top desk, he iting stoves, sewing machine, one ti-day ^eth Thomas clock, 

davenport, center tables, etc., one cast range, sideboard, kitchen cabiaal, 

one dining table, dishes oiF all kind, lot of canned fruit, preserves, 12 galloM 

molasses, lot lard, meat, etc About 400 barrels of corn, lot baled shucka» 

bay, 4.000 pfMB^ af labaaaa ia baad, S.ouo sawed 



Terms of Sale 



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Optometrist 
Danville. Kentuci y. 

OrPOBlTC CILCHER HOTEL 

lleiaaiidl tofP M. 



All aiima of $10 and under, eaab fai hand; over that 
with local iataraat freoK date. Nagotiable note payable 
«f MlililitMHi TabaM* wA bogh aaafc la baad. 



\ credit of aix mi 
Fanaars Depoait 



Q, R. JONES, Yosemite, Ky. 



Colonel John B. DinwidJie, Auctionor-r. 



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The Stanford interior journal, 1918-11-15

8 pages, edition 01

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