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In This Billion Dollar
.. All Liberty Bonds
MENTION of huge nutus of monuy ,
doe not give u the thrill It onrrt
tk& tmfore r not used to mouthing
Uk total of war loans and wax -x
Ilt "whn rou actually stand in
Utile room about 12 fret widr ind SO
fm dwji and are told thut K po-nial
I) contains round binion of d ni.vr
tii Urcla Hani's bwt eurn-nry amjir-oirttlr-i.
tb old thrill i jhound to take
hold of you.
Abovo U depict, the "billion t-I
but Tafclt" In lhp biUemcntlnr the ltd
oral Ream-re, Iltjof Cleveland ojri
Mberty Ilonds, 7011 who lire In Hie
V)urlh Kedcral Reserve district, bivei
bnun In that vnnlt. . And lhesn men
handled them before tbey,wrnto )nu .
The lhre men shown ar- V A. .
Kleeb. auditor of thn IJNrty Io,in IV-.J
luirtmcnt of tlu bank, I) II CIimkiit.
ptwtodin of w-cailtlra. and C. II Onf
Oth. aulittant auditor of tb- IJtH-rt
Loon Department. They ar chitkins
lnldent Wilson Issued n formal
rtMlamntlnq, announclnR that the ur-'
mlstlco with tiormnny tins been)
KlrCKvl', an follows I
"My Kollo.lountrmon The nr.
BiAttlcti wan signed this ruornlnK ,
ryLhlng for which America fought
han been accomplished It will now
ir fortunnta duty to nsslst by ex.
ssa4a, by sober, friendly counsel und
y material aid In thn estahllsbmont
f list democracy throughout the
wrl4. WOODIIOW WIION
Crvatly Denfitil by Ckambrlain'
1 am thankful for the jrood I have
rrTcd by usin Chamberlain's Tab
let. About two yenn aijo when I
keran tnkini them I wns suffcrinir n
jrreat ilcnl from (listtei after entitle;
uaii from hcatlnche and a tired, Inn
icuid fueling due to indiestinn and a
torpid liver. Chamberlain' TnhleU
carrecteil tlu-fo disorders in n short
Iimv, and since taking two bottles of
tkem my health Inn been iiood,"
rrntes Mrs. M, 1 Haruood, Auburn,
According to the New York Times'
military expert, Mnrshnl Foch is
triklnc the American forces the bul
wark of his plan for (Sermnny'a ile
fitAt. It it seen tltnt by cutting the
Mat railroad the Germans will be
cwt off from their food stores and
b.ie of supplies, making their ov
ne from Sedan impossible.
A GOOD TIME IS COMING
With tho war over and tho "tin"
oa Ihu wane, It lookn as If u good time .
H coming und that we will have more
Ikau urvr to be thankful for tho com.
lax Thanksgiving, I
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Having sold my farm and decided to g- -Iteu'iere, I will
rll at my place, at public auction, 2 mitet Sout'i of Otlenlieim, on
the Chestnut Ridge Koad near Milton Warren's Store, on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, loth
Commencing promptly 9l30 A. M., tho following described property,
ONE EXCELLENT TEAM OF HOUSES G AND 7 YEARS OLD,
WEIGH FROM 1,300 TO 1,400 POUNDS, 8 GOOD FAT HOGS,
TWO GOOD MILK COWS, ONE FRESH WITH CALr
UV SIDE, THE OTHER WILL HE FRESH THE
FIRST OF JANUARY
I will alto sell 200 shocks of Corn, 1 good Feed Cutler, I Wagon,
Led good as new, 1 good Range Stove, 2 good Heaters, 1 Dresser
and a number of Ueditends and Springs. Also I will sell several big
cans of Molasses also a fine lot of Buckwheat, about 50 busbals o(
Oats, 70 bushels of Potatoes, 13 bushels of Hrans, 75 Chickens of
different kinds, and many other things too numerous to mention will
Im sold at tlds sale, Sals Will take place raiu or sbUe. ' Don't forget
Ism date. Come Onej Come All.
C. L. SHOEMAKER
Col, M. H. JOHNSON, Auctioneer.
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Vault Are Handled
Sold In This District
over bonds of (bu h)urtli Ian whlcb
an about to be (hipped out to the
bank and thence distributed to you
who bought them In thn trunk find
on the (able In the picture there, are
about JV'UVWJ.OOO worth of bondK.
Some.of thn burden of distribution
wan lifted from tbn phnulder of the
men In the photo In the fourth Ionn.
The bondn were shipped to Uie bnnks
In Ihu Cincinnati and I'lttrburgh ter
ritories from tho branch banks In
tliote cltlex. In the prerlous lonnn nil
were FlilpMd direct from Cleveland.
In this x.tme Tault are bandied nil
the otrllllcUes of Indebtetlnens which
are boucht by bonka In tho Interim
btween Mberty Ilond Imiuhh und
which are turned In In payment for
bond when Iho purch-ise Is made.
In the Third Ioan those men han
dled, checked and hlilppe two and a
lulf nilllion pieces and In the fourth
tmn they handled, checked and
shipped four million.
SATURDAY VN RISES ON MON-
"AniM: sets on shattered
Saturday murntng he war
Wllhilm II, (Jertnau eniporor nnd
I g of Prussia Solo arbiter over
t'1 fnt of soventy million men. wo-
I e-i and children. t'ommaniler-ln-
I I ,ef of tho Ccrmun army and navy,
mil as such supremo war lord- Over
lord of four kingdoms, six grand
dn'ihles, flYo duchies, seven prlncl
p 11 lea, thrMj "fre towns" and one
"!: I hsland," Alsnce-Uirralno. Virtu,
al o.vner of 10S.7SO squam miles, with
a tot.il frontier length of 4.570 miles
AIih iwtii r of dependencies of various
p.iris of tho globe aggregating 1,027,.
S"H s'luaro nilli'K and twelve million
n.it t Saturday night, and ever
aft r tie lit llerr Wlllielm Hohenzol
tern S) grace of his peoplo l.ouls.
YOUNG TURKEYS WILL
NOT BE MARKETED
Tuiltt wild for Ihiuksgivlng will
be larg. this jer than In previous
j ears tin er n-Kulntlnn uinouiiced b
the Fihi 1 Adinitilstrator designed to
prevent jounger aud lighter birds be
ing iiifuktteil McetiKed poultr) ileal
er are riH'Htid by the Kooil Admln
Utrat'oa in: to bu) tuileys of less
than tight poiir s nelght nor toiiis
udghliiK li s thin twnh" pounds he
ok.ii llmimn 7 To mnserve cold
storage spa ' nrf,ieil fut army food
sup lies de.i'erh ire !tustcd to
ceun- the ''in basing of tnrkejs In.
temled fm 'It atiksgiviiig ronsumption
after Nnir ' r I0 nnloss 'or point1
uest of 11 1 1 urgli md Ilufalo. 1
Interior Journal, Stanford,
Sister Cook is with her son, II. S.
Cook, nt present.
Sain Walls, who has recovered
from the flu la nt homo now.
George YounR and Lawrence Hough
made a business trip to Dnnvilie last
Mr. Dave Hurton and Mr. Jnko
YounK me hnvini repairs made on
Mr. nnd Mrs. Manfred Chcvolet
attended the funeral of Mrs. Llllic
Chcvolet at Kins Mountain.
Mr. and Mrs. Clnronce Hurton, of
Detroit, hnve come to the country
on account of their baby's health.
The Mod rains nre certainly ap
preciated around here nsso many peo
ple had to cany or haul water for
Mr. J. M. Ilastiu received n tele
gram from Sheibyville, Intl., thut his
son, Snm, also grandson, were very
low with flu.
Mrs. II. Hatfield is nt 'her son,
Clarence Hatfield's, near N'ew Salem,
helping to nurse the whole family
throng the influenza.
The influenza, of course, is the prin
ciple talk of the day, so the most of
this letter may be about people who
have been felled by it.
Mrs. Rube Milton received a tele
gram from Hurnsidc that her daught
er, Mrs. I-iura Novell, wnfc nt the"
point of death. Mrs. Melton left Fri
dny to be with her.
Among; the sick folks who may
hnve the flu at the present nre Mrs.
Josie Iluddlcston, Willie and Dean
ward nnd George Young, Hobble Kin
caid and Mr. Joe Ernst's family, Liz
zie Wnrfield had it.
Uncle Snm can depend on this part
of the country furnishing boys for
war since our Inst letter the following
fnthers nre rejoicing over the ar
rival of new sons, namely: J. M.
Wnrfield, II, 0. Young, Iogau Car
rier nnd Green Carrier.
The preachers as well as the
teachers arc getting a vacntinn, so
Rev K. K. Young, after getting
moved to his new appointment at
Yankectown, Ind., brought his family
and spent n week with his parents
here, then went on to Vincent, Ows
ley county, to visit Mrs. Young's par
ents. Miss Fannie Young, who tenches
the Hucnn Vista school in Harrison
countv; MKs Serene, who tenches the
primnrv department nt South fork,
nnd Miss Lucilc, who had just begun
teaching nt Greasy Ridge, are all at
home with their parents, Mr and Mrs.
C. M Young. Mr. Willie Hnl!. the
teacher here, is with his parents near
Mt. Olive, Casey county.
Dewey Lewis, who has been at
work nt Detroit for some time started
home to visit his folks a few days be
fore being called to service by Undo
Sam, as he had recently volunteered;
hut he onlv got as far as Mr. C. M.
Young's, where he stopped to see his
sister, Mr. H. p Young, nnd he got
down with the flu nnd is there yet,
but is getting better. Mrs. II. P.
Young is the only one that has taken
it from him so far. She is real sick
at this writing.
This neighborhood has hud only one
death from the flu, or rather pneu
monia, following it. It being that of
Mr .1 II. Htiddleston, the son-in-law
of Mr. Jim Skidmore (instead of
that man or a Mr. Kittrell either, as
the I .1 wns informed ) Sir. Htid
dleston was mnrried to Miss Josephine
Skidmore ncntlv a yenr ago and Ins
been making his home with Mr. Skid
more since then. He worked in the
oil wells here, nlso nt Irvine. He had
been mnrried before and his children
and other relatives live at Monti-
cello. His daughter nnd two brothers
attended the burying here. It wns
sad indeed to seo only the family in
the funeial procession.
Mrs. Mittie Mnck and son Hilly, of
Rig Springs, Neb., were the guests of
her brother, C. M. Young, for the first
time in 10 years. On nccount of tho
flu scare coming immediately after sho
irtit here, she did not get to see the
folks she had planned to. She was
ncL-omiunied by her sisters-in-law,
Mrs. K K. nnd Mrs. II. S. Young.
Mrs. E, K. Young, of Kenesaw, only
spent one day in Highland. She vis
ited her sisters at Mnvwood nnd Stan
ford, but the ninin object of her visit
was to sec her son, Jou P. Young, who
ts tit Camp Tajlor, Mrs. II. S.
Young anil girls, of Holstein, went
from here to Science I X ill. to visit
her father, the Rev. John Godhev.
Mr II. S. Young, who came after his
family, spent only one night with his
brother here, ns ho wns getting seared
about tho flu. They all went back by
Louisville to see their sister, Mrs.
Sleep and Rest
One of the most common causes of
insomnia and restlessness is indti'es.
'on Toko ono of Chnmberlaln's
Tablets imedintelv nfter suuner
sen If vnti iln not rest better nnd
better. They cost ooly u quarter.
Kentucky, Tuesday, Nov. 12. 1918
DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER
Albert K. Smith, or Adair, was killed
In action In Franco.
A Columbus, o.( man killed his wife
while celebrating' peace.
Court day was col Nil o(T at Carlisle
yesterday on account of the "flu."
Thomas D. Jones, former sheriff of
Montgomery county, is dead of Infill
enra. "Huston Grnves, a prominent citron
of tho Nevada flection of Mercer, Is
JUdgo W. V. Gregory, of Ma field
will 'succeed M. M. Logan as hend of
the Htato Tax Commission.
Prof A. II, Nelson, for jears 11 mem.
her of Centre Collegu faculty, Is (lead
In Danville nt an advanced age.
Oklahoma has romo Into line with
many other States In the suppression
of tlin German language. In public
Im a fight between Lunar Monarch
and bis undo, Ed Monarch, noar On.
eushoro, the former 'killed the latter
with a vhovcl.
Il) O. Miilllgs, age 74, a highly re.
Hpoqkd citizen of Rockcastle county
and ('Ivil Wnr veteran, Is dead in the
John Steelo, 73, one of the wealthl.
est residents of Jessamine county,
died at hla country home. Ho had
been 111 for thrco months.
The board of health of Washington
comity has removed the ban on pub.
lice gatherings, tho Influenza situation
having so greatly Improved.
Pinned under an up. turned nutnmo
bllivj the body of W. T. llratcher was
found alongside a road near 0cn
boru. Ho had started to Louisville.
Val Gorham. San Francisco street
sweeper, loft an estate of $20,000 it de
veloped when a nephew naked permis
sion of tho Etipcrlor Court to lnest
$10,000 of tho money.
It U possible that nearly 100 per
tent change In text books used in the
schools of Kentucky may be inado by
tho text book commission soon to be
appointed by Gov Stanley.
Health Commissioner Copeland, of
New York City, estimates that there
are about 21.000 children in the city
who hao been made full or half or
phans by Spanish Influenza.
Many of the cities declared a half
lioJIdiy,. .Monday that tho -winning of
tho war might be celebrated. In
Louisville the saloons wero ordered
closed that John Harleycorn might be
barred from tho Jojftst.
Russians facing starvation In
Eastern Russia arc choking the roads
leading to Siberia in their search for
food and peace. Russians are await
ing word from President Wilson,
fearing that tho Allies hate abandoned
them to tho Uolshevlkl.
President Wilson has asked Food
Administrator Hoover to represent
the United States in relief work to be
carried on in war-devastated coun
tries Mr. Hover will bo aided by
Chairman Hurley, of the Shining
Plans are being perfected by County
Superintendent of Schools II. V. Ed
wards, of Madison county, whereby
nil soldiers who may desire to do so
upon their return home may bavo the
privilege of attending the public
schools free of charge.
Tho meeting of the Kentucky Hap.
tlst General Association, which was
to havo been held this week In
Campbellsvllle, Ky., has been post
poned because of conditions brought
about the Influenza epidemic. The
meeting will bo held at tho nppolnted
place December 2 to 5, with Uaptlst
ministers and In) men from all parts
of the Stato In attendance.-
CHANGES MIND ABOUT GOING
"Fho ears ago doctors told mo
I would havo to move my wife to an
othor cllninte, as she suffered so with
Htomach and liver troublo and bloat
ing Also, that she would have to
have an opciation for gall stones
Our mall carrier told 1110 of Mior's
Wonderful Remedy and. on his advice.
sho has taken It nnd U row as well
as ver lit her life." It U a simple,
harmless preparation that retnovos
tho catarrhal mucus from the Intesti
nal tract and allays the Inflammation
whli h causes practically all stomach,
liver and intestinal ailments, including
appendicitis Ono dose will umvlnce
o money refundud. Tho Lincoln
Pharniaij; Tho Ponny Drug Store
"To hell with thu Hapshtirgs und
lloheiuollurns," says Hon. llonry
Waltnrson, and uo ull Join In a glo
If your children nre subject to'
croup, or it you have reason to fear
their being attacked by that disease,
you should procure 11 bottle of Uhum.
Haiti's Cough Remedy nnd study the
directions for use, so that in cusc of
an attack you will know exactly what
'course to pursue. This is a favorite
,und very successful remedy for croup, I
I nd it b important thnt you observe j
course to pursue,
the dimtioua carefully.
MRS. LOUISE TATE DEAD,
Mrs lionise Tate, rolict or Mr. W
P Tate, died In a I,oulsvlllo aanltarl.
urn Friday evening and the remnlns
were brought to the home of her son,
Mr. C K..Tatc, In this city on tho
noon train Saturday. Sunday at 2:30
P M. they were taken to Iluffalo
Springs Cemetery and laid to rest by
the sldo of her husband, who preceded
her to the grave some 12 jears Dr
II J. Hrnzclton made appropriate re
in irks at tho grave Deceased was
Miss Umlse Rose, wns born May 2C,
lS'lfi. nnd was united In marriage to
Mr V P. Tate In 1801. There wero
hum to them two children, Mr Tate,
nbovo mentioned, and Madame 1M
Chnlsel, of Southern Frame. Mr and
Mrs Tate moved from Casey county
to Stanford In ISS:.. whero they had
lived continuously up to deaths
Mrs. Tate also leaves 11 sister. Mrs
Prewltt, of Louisville, and a brother.
John Rose, of Uotilder, Col Early In
life Mrs Tate Joined tho Christian
church and for more than a half
cuitury she was a valiant worker In
her Master's vineyard. She was a
most excellent woman and to know
her was to admlro her Sho was
greatly beloved hero and when infirm
ities began to envelop her system
those was almost as much sorrrtw ex
pressed by her friends as when It
was mado known that death had
claimed her. A largo number of
friends attended her burial and flow
ers brought by loving friends hid
the mound that marks her resting
place. Unbounded sympathy goes out
to the family and friends whose loss
has been Irreparable. .
AGED CITIZEN DIES.
Mr Jesso Huston, one of the oldest
men In the county, and a splendid
gentleman, died at Ills homo near
Ilustonvllle at 3 o'clock Saturday
morning of paruljsis. Ho was strick
en Thursday and continued to grow
worse until the end came. He was 87
ears old and the greater part of his
honorable life was spent lu this coun
ty. His widow survives, as also do
two sons, George Huston, of Casey,
and William Huston, of Hustonvllle.
The burial occurred In. tho Huston
vllle Cemetery Sunday morning In
the presenco of a large number of tho
cloven old gentleman's friends.
ANNUAL MEETING RED CROSS
Please, take notice that the Annual
Meeting of the Lincoln County Chap
ter of tho American National Red
Cross will be held on Wednesday, No
vember 20, 191S, at 2:30 o'clock at the
Court House for the election of an Ex.
ocutivo Committee, consideration of
and action upon reports, and transac
tion of such other business as may
properly corao before tho Chapter.
Fiich member of the Chapter is ear
nestly urged to bo presont. Esther W.
SIX OF FAMILY DOWN
Six members of tho Wall family of
Rowland aro at the emergency hos
pital and all are getting along as well
as could be expected. The ladles In
ehargo aro untiring In their efforts for
tho patients Tho housekeepers of
tho town aro showing their Interest
and willingness to do their part by the
way they respond to tho request for
meals to be sent for tho patients.
LIKE OLD TIMES
Tho Joy that now fills tho hearts of
parents to know that their loved ones
may boon be with them again will
more than equal that of tho ending
of tho Civil War, when wo aro told
they used to sing:
The boys aro coming homo again,
The war will soon be o'er,
Oh, wont It bo a happy time
When we meet to part no more..
THE HUNTING LAW.
Game Warden Sam J Einbry re.
marked to this paper yesterday that
there aro those who evidently think
the law regarding hunting has been
changed as he has found several over
on their neighbor's premises without
11 hunting license. Tills is strictly
against tho law Every purson must
have a hunter's llcenso to hunt on
other than their own premises.
GET CARTONS AT P. O.
Tho cartons for the oversea Christ.
mas packages are at the post olllce
Instead of tho War Relief room. Do
not forget to bring your label when
ou come for cartoon. Romember nil
packages must bo returned for Inspec.
tloti and mailed by Nov 20th
SELL ALFRED DAUCH FARM.
Hlutt & Hurnildo have mild to To I
Prultt, of Hackley, Garrard county,
tho Alfred Haugli farm of 35 acres,
noar Highland, for 12,100.
Seventy-live per cttnt of tha wuulth
f tho country s n tho hands of
families rccclvimc incomes of VJ,600
Tuesdays and Fridays
THANK QOD THE WAR 18 OVER.
Deserted by all of her allies nnd
beaten to a frazale, Germnny hail to
accept the drastic terms laid down
to her and unconditionally surrender
Sunday night when tho cruel, bitter
war waged tiy tho kaiser against the
rest of mankind to accomplish his
ambition to conquer thn world came
to a victorious close after lasting four
years and four months. Hut for tha
participation of the United States It
might have gone on Indeflnlely or
have been won by the ile.ist of Ilerlin.
Murdering our people on land and
sea, and invading our rights every
where, thcro was no way of iscapo
for us oxeept to partlciputu and win
what tho allies could not have easily
accomplished without us. Thus tho
land of the free nnd thu home of tho
brave, appreciating the benefits of
freedom and knowing thu horrors that
must bo experienced by those, who aro
subject to tho will nnd caprices of one
man, responsible to none but himself,
has opened the way to universal lib
erty and freedom and made tho world
safe for Democracy and therefore
more fit to lire in. It Is a grand nnd
glorious achievement and tho whole
unlvcrso will Join in pralso to this
country and thanksgiving to God who
made us the Instrument of such great
and lasting good.
Many as aro tho words of tho Eng
lish language, they aro Impotent to
express the wonderful accomplish
ments under tho administration of
President Wilson, tho greatest man
that tho world has ovor known. After
trying in every way to keep us out of
war, he went Into It to win, when It
became Inevitable, and from a peace,
ful and prosperous nation converted
It Into a war machine that was In.
vincible. Nothing in tho history of tho
world furnishes a counter part to tho
prompt change from peace to war
with tho raising of an army of mil
lions of fighters and the making of
every kind of munition, and the rap
Idity in which It was done must for
ever bo a monument to tho brain and
energy of tho president and his noble
army of assistants. There wero as
usual drillers and critics, but they
havo been forcod to cover and to ad
mit that nothing liko.it was ever ac
complished beforo and to pralsa the
directing hand that has brought us
safely and victoriously out of horri
ble war to enjoy blessings and tho
benefits of peace foreror, lot ns hope.
Our Joy over tho rosult makes us
almost too full for ntteranco and we
think nothing more appropriate now
than tho grand old doxology:
Pralso God from Whom all blessings
Pralso Him all creatures hero below,
Pralso Him abovo ye heavenly host,
Pralso Father. Son and Holy Ghost.
COUNTY COURT DAY.
A rather small crowd attended court
Monday, due no doubt to the fact thnt
there is so much suckness in the
country. There wero about 600 cattle
on tho market, the greater portion of
which changed hands. Prices ranged
from 7c for common stuff to 10c for
a bunch of superior GOO.pound year),
ings Tho demand for all grades was
fairly good Hutcher stuff brought
from 7c to 7 l-2c. There wero a lot
of mules on tho market aud many
bold, pricing ranging all tho way from
J 125 for aged mules and $G0 to 990 for
mulo colts. Tho horso market was
quiet, only a fow soling at any price.
F. REID SALE FRIDAY.
As will bo seea by reference to our
advortihlng columns, Mr. P. Held, who
postponed his sale on nccount of bad
w eather somo two wckB ago, has de.
cido to hold It next Friday, rain or
shlno Ho will dispose of some splen
did horses, cattle, n lot of feed, etc. t
will be ono of the biggest sales held
In this section In u long time and a
great crowd will likely attend. The
War Mothers of this city will furnish
tho dinner, which means that It will
bo a good ono.
CENTRE DEFEATS GREAT LAKES
In a great game of foot ball at Dan
ville Saturday afternoon Centro Col
lego defeated Great Lakes 23 to 0.
The game was much closer than
tho scoro Indicates. A large crowd
witnessed it. Tho line-up plunging of
McMillan und the drop kick by Rob
erts from the 50.yurd lino were feat
ures of Iho game.
DRAFT CALLS ARE CANCELLED
lly order of President WiUon, Pro
vost Marshal General Crowdor t',1.
rocted the cancellation of all outstand
ing draft cull, stopping the movement
during the not five days of 252,00t
nam nnd setting aside ull November
culU for over 300,000 meu.
Patriotic untbualasts did constdcra.
bio vulebrutlur; hure last sight. Inf
stead of tho world war bolng over, it
looked to taiikt of iu is II it had Just