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r--:'i This property is about miles Irpm main line of Pennsylvania Railroad Station at Elktoo, also same distance from head of navi gation on Elk River, Singerly Station (B & O Railroad) 2 miles distant The farm contains 195 ac)re& mostly under cultivation small tract of timber, a perma nent pasture bordering the Big Elkpreek. Isimproved by brick mansion house of 12 rooms, large basement barn, brick stable, wag on shed, tenant houses and other ; I, necessary buildings. .Three story flour and feed mm j'inlexcellent order; concrete floor io basement and is equipped with two double stand rolls', oscillator,' 2 sets burrs, (one for , meal, . one , for feed), cob crusher, corn shelt er, grindstone and flour packer, large scales in mill. Capacity , 1 barrel flour per hoar. Turbine water wheel with iron case, con crete lorebajh coflcre forebay, concrete dam and head gates. Water wheel about 80 horse pow er, sufficient taoperate night and " day if desired. Head of fall 12 feet. Sufficient grain grown in neighborhood to supply mill.' This is a most desirable prop erty, good farming land, well lo cated, good roads in all directions For further particulars apply h GEORGE RICKETTS i K. F.D. 5,Elkton,Md. Price about $23,000 for farm and mill. Would consider selling separately. des RA17 FURS i Ship at One to BACH FUR COMPANY "f 118.120 W. 27TH STREET V ; NEW YORK, N. Y. They Pay BEST PrICH FREE BAIT TO TRAPPERS Writ Today Hew to Oat It and far Price Llet ' NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that we .the undersigned are no longer connected with the Watauga Fur niture and Lumber Company; W, H. Gragg is the owner of our shares in sajd company and all - debts due said firm, are payable to him and he assumes all debts due by said farm. This Dec. 5th, 1921v ; - V A. Y. HOWELL dec 8. Ay W. SMITH, y was y 14 very if 9 vuu , "After the birth of ay baby 1 bad a back-set," T writes Mrs. Mattie Cross white, pi Glade Spring, Va. "1 was very B; thopjht I was -going to die. : I was so weak I couldn't raise my head to get a drink of water. 1 took. .Medicine, yet I didn't get any better. I was constipated and very weak, fetOag wcirse and worse, lseatforCardul.H Ui TAKE Mi Tlwa tVnieJa IV Journal Reduc Coimt During January 1922, The Journal will give to the people of North Carolina and the ; neighboring counties in Virginia, who sub scrfbe to the paper by mail, a Christmas and New Year's Gift, with the Compliments of the Season and Hearty Good Wishes for a prosperous and Happy New Year." This Gift will be one-third off the regular subscription price of the paper to all those who subscribe for one year during January and pay in advance. The new price will be Dailyand Sunday... ...$5.00 per year Daily only $4.00 per year This reduction holds good during Janua ry only, and no subscription will be contin ued unless paid for in advance. 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Workers C Tl Camphor Land noP Head Hunters Camphor Still in Operation THINK of a Ford Sedan with startef and demountable rims a really high-class car having all the comforts and conveniences that go, along with an enclosed job-selling for $660. - Compare it with any other car either open or enclosed, point for point, with out even considering the hundreds of thousands now in use or the extensive Service Organization back'of your pur chase, and you will agree that the Ford Sedan represents a motor car value that cannot be equalled anywhere. . . Let us take yon fin a ride in one. J. B. TAYLOR ' Boone, NC. Valle Cruois, N. C. Ha ... -I.: , 1 'V , "f found after ooebot jpe of Cardid J was In 'provliif addi Mrs. and . . '. I ascured,ye,Icuny they weaOodiend to be. I beOeve would have died, had It aotbeea CarduL" Canhd bas iound beneSdal in thousands of otiier ot womik!y ta- fee" 4 'i&tyi 5iv" bf ty act try C?;ffctyktact ;.LJ . i . t x - V" .: "From the Orient, cradle of mankind, come Cmpkor, that mafic dru, to comfort and relieve." GAMPHOB,, valued since the era oi the Arabian Nht9, was one of those rich products of the Orient that lured Columbus westward, to. discover America. Then a Tare natural gum, worth nearly $100 a pound, camphor is now dis-. tilled by tons in the mountain jungles of Formosa, where lurking ; head-hunters have killed thousands of the workers. i IAMPHOR gum contributes to Camphor is just one of the several th RnrnriAtnir e&rarv rt Virlt VapoRub against cold troubles, skin affections, cuts, bums, bruises and rheumatic pains. The U. S Dispensatory, our' Na tional authority on drugs and their uses, says of Camphor: r- "It has a peculiar and agreeable effect upon the nerve -of Jic mucous membrane , ftUevea inflammation and congcation it a powerful stimulant to the respiratory centers also an excellent application for' sprains, bruises, headache, neuralgia, etc. alio some tVms f theumatism." . Vicks VapoRub administers medW CStion externally without dosing. time-tested remedies, combined by ' the Vkk process in salve form, 80 ; that when' applied over throat and chest, the body heat releases vapors ( of Camphor, Menthol, Eucalyptus, ; Thyme, Juniper Tar, C of Turpen J tine and other volatile ingredients, to be inhaled with ' each breath ' directly into the affected air pais j ages.. Vicks acts at the same time , thrubaorption by the skin. , V ; This tre4(pient today is the stand. by for an cold troubkt in literally imTlktt of American ltomes. To at M araaravar antdf eiatt araaoJd For aU Cold troubles n ''Si: ,1. Over 17 Million Jan Utd Yearly lyilLPDKI A car load of British Columbia Five X Shingles just arrived. No better are made, and . -prices are right Absolutely the Largest Stock of Shlhr lies, Shaathing, Siding, Flooring, Cell ing, Gaslng, Trimmings, Windows and Doors and Another Kinds of Bulldlnz Material Ever Shown In Watauga County , , Just in. a standard car of Roofing and . ' Metal Shingles, which we will sell both ' at wholesale and retail, and will save the , dealers usual jobber's commission. W invite comparison in prices on anything in ; building line. Come see us and get prices. Watauga Furniture & Company ' J VL' D. JENNINGS :':";;. DENTIST "y . X BOONl, n. 'c V.r OTTIOBS AT RLACKBURN HOTIt. Offlee Hours: 9:00 to 12:00 . m. IM to 4:00 d. m. Write orjahone me for appoint mtntc will ciye you the earliest V ,TO SEE BETTER ilMbest bouipment Obtainabl. 19!i itted Exdasivtlj c W.l.-.'