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The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, Nov. 15, I9I8. T"
LAND, STOCK AND CROP
W. n. Mnynnnl, of Camp Dick Rob
inson, sold, to Hilly Wllllnm, of Boyle,
50 hogs tlint will average 'JI0 nt 10
1-2 ccnU. They go today.
Mrs. Oco. Howrrman hns sold her
farm of 82 acres, on the Georgetown
liko in Fnyettc county, at ?40Ji per
ncro. W. II. Moynnni, formerly of
this county, hut now of Garrard, of
fered her $400. At her sale, standard
bred mare sold nt $.100 to $700, milk
cowa $(00 to $182, nnd hoirs 15 to
17c per pound.
Tho highest price ever paid for n
bull in Cngland, $17,200, was paid
by Col. E. II. Taylor, Jr., for n H
yrsr old 'Hereford, one of the Lynd
halofl henl, which will be shipped im
mediately 'to this country and added
to tho Hereford Farm's roster. The
animal weighs SJ.G00 pounds, the
heaviest .Hereford hull in the world.
d nil vils ancestors were grand
3Fiod Administrator HooVcr and
Chairman Hurley, of the Shipping
Bourd, will Rail for Kurope tomorrow
to study the fqod problem in Northern It
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To The Tobacco Growers and General Public AA-A
jacent To The Danville 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 FEN
NER'S WAREHOUSE. We earnestly solicit your patonage and co-operation.
W. E. FENNER AND RALPH PITT, PROPS.
"My Utile daughter and myself both use Dr,
'Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and find it invalu
'alile as a remedy for constipation. 1 would
not be without it." (From a letter to Dr.
Caldwell written liy Mrs. .Will II. Thomp
son, Kipley, Ohio.),
A mild, effective remedy for constipa
tion that is peculiarly adapted to the needs of
elderly people, women and children, is the
combination of simple laxative herbs with pep
sin known as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It
brings natural relief, without griping or strain.
The Perfect Laxative
Sold by Druggists Everywhere
ft TBtAL DOTTLE CAN BE OBTAINED. FREE OF CHARGE. Br WRITING TO
OTu W. O. CALOWCU. 459 WASHINGTON STREET. MONTICEILO. ILLINOIS
Fcnring that their men will turn EDITOR McDANlF.L DED.
jpon them, comsiandera of individual W. L. McDaniel, ownci and editor
German armias havo issued appeals , of the Commonwealth Weekly, fiied
Miss Carrie Huston is the guest of
I M.. Timberlakc.
A large crowd attended the Coffey
sale last Tuesday.
Mrs, Jim Helm, of Hustonville, was
in town Tuesday.
A new roof is being placed on the
Miss Mollic Harmon was here on
Mr. I). It. King went to Liberty
Wednesday on business.
Mrs. Tom Best was in town with
relatives hut Thursdny.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. R. King are visit
ing relatives In Junction City.
Mr. and Mrs. E. MeClurc have been
very M with the "flu," but are much
Mr. (lord on L Colston is the guest
of Mr. Claude Dinwiddle, who is on a
Mi Mollio Harmon bought two I
line Heifers irom u. 11. King at a
M;-s. Dr. Phihpps, of Junction City,
came over to attend the burial of
All the uteres were closed last Wed
nesday until 3 p. m. on account of
the Y. M C. A. drive.
Mr. Will Dinwiddie nnd family, of
Junction City, wore the guests of J.
B. Dinwiddie and family lat Sunday.
We are sorry if Mr. Coffey was
disappointed in not selling, but are J
certainly gud that Mr. and Mrs. Cof
fey will remain in this community.
to German commanders to take over
the Gewnira arms and prisoners. Prc
iou dispatches mentioned the fact
that in some cates the officers had
been .ittsctcd and the red flag of re
volt st p.
Tho United States is facing a tre
mendous problem of feeding the Bol
khevUc controlled portions of Central
in the Somerset Hospital following an
attack of pneumonia. He wa.i thirty,
six years of nge .".nl 13 survived By
his wife and four smnll children.
According to recent advices from
Amsterdam tho fire-eatinp German
newspapers have adopted n remark
ably meek tone since the revolution,
and the majority are upholding the
Bail Band Rubbers and Overshoes
'.For Men, Women and Child
v ren. Buy early; supply
' is limited
W. E. PERKINS
lA'Klcklnjr Ui bucket" hu al Im
ume ticcn a synonym for eertatn
kinds of death. It' is a fifrure f
speech, hut n workman at Camp Knox
made it an actual' reality, by iyintr
a sheet around his neck nnd klckiaic
a bucket from under hlrm
1 will Hell nt public auction nt ray
place, 3 miles from McKlnnoy, on tho
MliIdletiurK pike, on
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2tTH,
IlrRlnnlns at 10 A. M., tho followlas
described property: 6 milk cows, 3 o '
C years old, I )mrllnK bulls,, ar
calves, 16 hogs wrbtht 100 pou, 0
shoals, uelnht h jwunds, 1 oxtra k4
brood sow, 1 boar, 'welsh t 12S poaads
Mule colt, 100 shocks fodder, jot com.
lot oals In bundlo, 1 2-borso wnifaar 1
buggy, set blacksmith tools; bot 1,.
S00 pounds of good tobacco, leorn
slieller. 1 elder lull), 2 lumlnn aiaws,
2 cultivator. Household and kltelicn
fiirnlluro. Terms mado known oa Any
J. a. WILLIAMS.
Dj yo'i k no tt nj;ht? Sami! Is
surely tint Ix-st fir nil kidney or
bladdr trcitihbs S.inol rIus roller
In 21 hours from all backache art!
bladdtr (roubles. Sancl Is a KUnt-in.
teed remedy COc and J 1.00 a boitle
nt Iho dny; tore
The tity f Itrunfls is novr entirely
free of the German yokw, all tho
force i of the Huns having been with
drawn from the Belgian capital.
The senatorial investigation of the
explosion ul the shell-londiiijr plant
of the T. A. Gillespie Company at
Morgan, N. J., do eloped the proba
bility that the disaster was the work
of German agents.
During tho war 831 Norwegian
ehip have been sunk by Germnn sub-
marine. 1 hlrty-three oth-r vessel Southdown Shrp. Duroc.Jrr..r Ho.
wen- danmgeil In thee attacks, it -siTho bojt bloodlines is represented in
estimated tht l.rjo lives were lt euc'' t these famous breeds. Ilijtli
. , clasi individuals for sale at all times.
Help witn your mt..rrithe War' E- v- CARSON R. F. D. No. 8
Fund. j Stanford. Krntucky
PROTECT THE CHILDREN
Children are as likely to get the
grip nnd influenza as grown-ups.
Foley's Honey ami Tar gives quick
relief from all kinds of coughs, told-
croup and whooping cough; covers
raw. inflamed surfaces with n healing
soothing coating; clears air passages,
checks strangling, cnoking, coughing.
Contains no opiates. Sold every
SPECIALS FOR A WEEK:
Ilea's, Ycrath's and Boys'
Sniis and Pants
Vhcn c-rnny cwtils
the io is no tamjttto
w.iSi-ro chapecs to
be takt i - "sj ir.-jtl'.pr
sjcs that tlute is al
on h'intl. Cal:os..i)ies.
ell i;ood thintrs to cat
must ix dioi,d up in
their best taste and
Then, too, her reputa
tion as a ccok must
h" uolicld and she
"ftakos" it on Calumet
civ ry time. She knows it
will not disappoint her.
Ore!, r a can and have t'ic
"c mp-ny" kind of bakings
Cr.!mct contains only sirh
inrv(tient3 as have been
approved oiT-rial' by the
U. a Food Authorities.
W inrv(Iient3 as have been US
M approved oiT-rial' by the M
U.S. Food Authorities. U
Bfl You iiti yihii job buy it. K
PJj Yoa lite wLcn jou uic it. B9
If ou have not already done .so,
make your donation to the War Fund
i; iw. Only n few more duya.
Administrator's Sale 1
At 2 P. M. On Friday, Nov. 22nd T
On Main street in Stanford, Ky., at the front
door of the business house of the late E. T.
Pence, Jr., I will offer for sale to the highest
bidder 'and sell as a whole-the
Entire Stock of Merchandise
Carried by the said Pence, consisting of
Buggies, Wagons, Farm Machinery
And Implements, Field Seeds, Rubber Tiring,
Harness, Robes, Whips, Stock Foods and
The sale will be made upon a credit of three
months with interest from day of sale, with
approved personal security.
A. L. PENCE, Admr. E. T. Pence, Jr.
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We. whoso names are hereto nt.
1 t'V'hed will permit neither hunting,
lishing no rtrespiiising of any kind .
ion our proporty, and those guilty of
I iioiiig sucn win uo prosecuted to the
full extent of the law: Thomas Man
ning, William Cordior, Logan Hubble.
! Ashby M. Warren, W. R. Daugherty, i fife
Otto L'nnalin. Mrs. Jlnry K. Welch. I T
K W ic Waller McKlfresh, WlllloW
Z-llar, Andy Flestrltzor, J, C Fox &. W
. J. M. Kerr, Will Iloltclaw.
Big Selection; Reduced Prices
THE BARGAIN STORE
' vMJsS 'Exclusive
Salem & Salem
OPPOSITE GILCUER HOTEL
Oaice Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to 5 P M
Having sold my furm, I will tell at public auction on the place on the Liberty a
pike, not far from Yoscmite, beginning promptly at 9:30 rain or shine, on J
Wednesday, Nov. 27th, 1918
The following described personalty: One pair work mules, good ones; one two-year 2
old horse mule, 15 1-2 hands high; one pair large work horses; one aged buggy
horse; one two-year old filly, a nice one; yearling horse colt by Smith T. Powell's 0
horse; two good milk cows, one weanling heifer calf; one pure bred Holstcin calf; 0
one pure bred Holstcin bull calf; 5 large meat hogs; 3shoats; half dozen large black
geese; one Ford auto, 1917 model, as good as new; one two-horse wagon; one buggy a
and harness; lot farm and wagon harness, J
Household And Kitchen Furniture S
One piano, good as new, dressers, wash stands, bedsteads, chairs of all kinds, ward-
robe, roll top desk, heating stoves, sewing machine, one 8-day Scth Thomas clock, one a
davenport, center tables, etc., one cast range, sideboard, kitchen cabinet, safes,
one dining table, dishes of all hind, lot of canned fruit, preserves, 12 gallons sorghum J
molasses, lot lnrd, meat, etc. About 400 barrels of corn, lot baled shucks, 750 bales V
hay, 4,000 pounds of tobacco in hand, 5,000 aawed tobacco' sticks, etc. 0
Terms of Sale
All sums of $20 and under, cash in hand; over that amount a credit of six months
with legal interest from date. Negotiable note payable in the Farmers Deposit Bonk 9
of Middlcburg. Tobacco and hogs cash in hand. '
Q, R. JONES, Yosemite, Ky. 1
J Colonel John B. Dinwiddie, Auctioneer. J
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