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The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky,
Gates Half Soles
Try thorn nml lio convinced thnt yoii enn innko your old tiro n nnw
one, by having it half nolo It with the famous OATES HALF
SOLE. It wil run you .1,500 miles without n puncturo.
Thcc nrc n few of the prices nt the present:
30x3 ... $10.50
10x3 V, . 12.70
31x34 ...... Tl ,,.,. , 1U. ,. 13.45
34x314 , . 10.40
31x4 ............. ...... 10.75
32x4 . .... ..... 20.10
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Brine ' your old tire and let us mnke It new.
The Inernational Rubber Sales Co.
J. II. WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
G. II. MASTERS, Local Agent.
The Price Is Soon For
gotten Quality Is A Sticker
When j ni have bought the John Deere lino you
havo buiiKht tho bust. Come in ami let us show you.
John Deere I 1-inch Slat itottom Stag Sulky Plows $75
John Deere 1 -1-inch Slat Bottom Two-way Plows $120
John Deere 10-7 Van Hnint Drill (complete) $150
Jhn Deere KMIi Disc Harrow with Fore Truck $65
Dunham 8-foot Cultip-ukers $90
Dimh'tm's X-font Soil IViKcnzers $70
John S. Riffe, Hustonviile
Judirp William Myers, wh,il" vWt
in friemH nnd relatives nt Liberty
Inst week, licrnme sucfdenly l!1 Ills
in. n f r N nrc ie ply grilled us
l h.i i '. k ' irv low I. ( utannnl
fr I l. M. - nnd wife .irtlved on
i at his liedi'.le.
j .. , win U now lbCH
,1 f II-i - Ku.-H'i". hero for a tWt
M-i I. V ft-ule, Mr. John Alien
i i I -it. ri, of I)niiville,
'i f. ! its Saturday.
v "rpln Donlinm is unite sick
wit'i i'r'ien--i Hi th home of hci
si-' i. .Vr Hurry Nisi, in Florida.
V .'ii-nl, i i- r-ported, is verv sick
.nil the nw difensp.
Wfllimn I'ui.n is on the sick list.
Miss 'orient? Ooniliett Is visiting
friends H Txufx ille.
Mtk. Clarence Dunn and Imliy have
liccti MsitinK rclnthei" at Turnowllle
Almost everyone took pnrt in the
celebration here Monday night. A few
window lights were broken from the
j..r of the dyniimitn. Therf wan no
end to th amount o ammunition sot
out for the boys to nc
Major Snow and family nnd Mrs.
(tt-dnje Tuikir nnd dnui;hter, Martha,
Msiti-d relative in filmkertown this
Deputy Sheliff CikIii mi was lii-re
en bujinosH this week
Mr. and Mrs. .1 II. Held, Miss
Ilcrcht-r Newborn and Watt Thorn
ton, of Hrndsfordxille, wen- here for
n short time Sunday.
Kuccne Dunn and family and Mis
Lou and Miss Iiotsy Cowan wpent
Sunday in Danville.
Mi.s Kuth Fields is rccovrrinu from
nn attack of the influenza.
J. L. MrKce Hiffe sold hU hand
some Chalmers cur to Squire J. K.
Helm at a fancy price Mr IMffe
and wife left Sunday for Cincinnati,
I where they will mnke their home.
I A. J Weddlu and wife visited Dr.
Cain at Somerset this week
Muriel Reid, Vernon Childrcvs, Jess
Riffe nnd Charles Ailnms attended
the footbnll itimc nt Danville last
Mr. nnd Mrs Robert Ronton Woods
of tStniiford, spent Sunday with Mrs
Pnm Owens I
Julian Riffe. who is now shit.oned
at Now York, Im returned after a
fow das visit to tho homefolks.
Mfss IMtlle T. Cirpenter, of Dan
vlllr, whs here Tiimdfty with relatives
(5ime Warden S. J. Bmliry, of Stan
ford, wim her this week looking after
those who Imve liecn violntlnjj the
,'. me Inws.
The "Flu" epidemic hits quieted
down quite a bit, and it is to be hoped
the hair will be lifted in nnothor
Mr. and Mrs. Hill Spalding nnd
attractive dnuchtor, Anno Knthrync,
of LoJnpton, spent ie week end
with Dr. Eilwnrd Alcorn nnd family.
BREAKS A COLD IN
JUST A FEW HOURS.
"P'pe't Cold Compound" ends the
grippe mitery Don't ty
You can end trrippe nnd break tip
a severe cold either in the head, chest
or body or limbs, by Inking a dose of
'Tape's Cold Compound" every two
hours until three doses are taken
It promptly opens clopged-up ncc
trilf and nir passages in the head,
stops nasty discharge or nose running,
relieves sick headache, dullness, fev
erihness, sore throat, sneezing, r-oro-nevs
Don't stay stuffed up' (il biow
ing and snuffling! Ensc your throb
bing head nothing else In the world
gives such prompt relief as 'Tape's
Cold Compound," which eots orly a
few icnts nt any drug sUre. It r.cte
without assistance, tastes n'ce. rnd
causes no inconvenience. BY' sure f nd
get the Kcnuine.
Dry leaders in Congress will con
tinue their fight to press the wartime
prohibition measure to the final passage.
A Few Choice Farms
and Desirable Town Properties
H i -ii i ! a rhu i
. ,'1: . , lTs3Mf VmofCod w a&tfKBfl
: V-?,. if.xTofil-lMVl J'rofi 13.25 J -,&?iStl
Dinwiddie & Owens
Moreland and Hustonviile
Attention Auto Owners !
Stop That Leaky Radiator
We make your old ones Hood as new.
We sell the Copper King Spark Plujj, uaranteedthe life
of you rear.
We have the agency for the Swinehart Tire, 'guaranteed
tor 5,000 miles.
Ue carry in stock all knuU ol ol Auto Accessories, Stan
dard Gasoline, 2S cents the gallon.
We sellall grades "Mobi!c".Oil. Calljand see us. '
Radiator Repair Shop, 3rd St., Danville, Ky.
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LISTEN TO THIS
Wouldn't you like to live in
the midst of good churches,
good schools, good people and
shade? If so see
B. L. FAGALY
AT STANFORD, KENTUCKY
He Has t Nice HonicForYou.
I can get you highest prices for your
Und, stock.xcropj or househo.d goods.
Salus Cried Anywho-i
JOHN B. DINWIDDIE. M0'"
A. B. C. Dinwiddie
Undertaker and Funeral
Junction City, Kentucky
To the Public:
H ( rrprriit Ibe largi-tt nd 1I unjw
urii.r rlothlnr huuir In Ihli counlrr
Lit V 'ri' ani Co, CMcnftt, III Ur m
(Mrlmti. In uirnirlo uj Jirrcllni th risk
in( ul four rlutbM, ln mr llir kdinnU,)
our nne who ( nut pmrtlrut Uilor If joo
will rite ne your i.rdT, I will prtriulne jrou
qor itrsl Tou will rel IIik woiiIi ol join
Binni)r illlitr In Hie cliratwil trJr r Ihi
lljhfr pneri. Wf
SPRING AND SUMMER
iur vf MtniilM Ii now ruJr fr lour l
pedinB ( n now tiid Irl in ihow joa
II. C. RUPLEY,,'.:;r,,D.TI'
Danville Business School
A Practical Dutineti Education Ab
solutely Neceitary To As
The Danville Business
School G'ves This
For Catalogue and Information Ad.
' D. B. HARRIS, Principal,
Why Compare Beef and
Swift & Company has frequently stated
that its profit on beef averages only one
fourth of a cent a pound, and hence has
practically no effect on the price.
Comparison has been made by the Federal
TrMte Commission of this profit with the
profit on coal, and it has pointed out that
anthracite coal operators are content with
n profit of 25 cents a ton, whereas the beef
p-oht of on -fourth of a cc a a pound means
a profit of $5.00 n ton.
The comparison does not point out that
nr.thiacite coa' at the onboard is worth at
wholesale about $7.00 a ton, whereas a ton
of beef of fair quality is worth about
To carry the comparison further, the 25
cent profit on coal is 3!2 par cent of the
The $5.00 profit on beef is only i1; per
cent of the $-100.00 value.
The profit hns Hit'e effect on price in either casr,
but has K.s crvCt on the price of beef than on the
price of coal.
Cord may lie stoied in the open air indefinitely;
beef must he kept in expensive coolers because it is
highly pernsiJuble and must be refrigerated.
Coniuilu.! tiled by the carload or ton; beef is dehv
crftl to retftilc s by the pound or hunjtud weiRht.
Method of handln g are vastly different. Coal is
h'indleil in hh cars; Iwcf must be shipped in
rcfrifcwrator cars at an tvn temperature.
Fairness to the public, fairneas to Swift it
Cnmpar.y, fa:nica to the packing industry, demands
that '.hef. i.. disputable facts be considered. It is
impossible to dtbprovo Swift 0: CotniKiny's suite
inent, that tta profit, on btcf are so ndl uj to huvc
puctijsliy no l( .t on (iri.xj.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
We will win this war
Nothing else really matters until we do!
Be patient here Oar Boys are getting
You Are Invited To Attend A
Public Sale Of Live Stock
At My Place 1 1-2 Miles From
Friday, November 22nd
40 Head Mixed Cattle, some good young
Cows and Calves, yearling Steers and Heifers.
65 head of Mules, a few Mule Colts, 33
yearlings, 30 from 2 to 6 years old.
1 Shetland Pony.
10 head Jack and Jennets, the proceeds to
be donated to the Red Cross and Army Y. M.
Dr. Wash will sell a few Thoroughbred Po
land China Boars.
H. B. CARPENTER, Lawrenceburg, Ky.
J. W. Sherwood and H. L. Iglehart,
I m i Hum mn Tnrn - I -
Now is the time to Buy and Save Money.
We Guarantee Every Car we sell.
1918 Buick Roadster, $1,150.00
1915 Buick, 5 Passenger, 550.00
L916 Oakland, 5 Passenger, 625.00
1916 Overland, 5 Passenger, 600.00
Three 1917 Fords$400. $425, $450.
SF.E US AT ONCE
The Danville Buick Co.
L. B. CONN, Prop. Walnut Street, Pliona 798