Newspaper Page Text
jp ..Al..Z-Sr4W ,CMSXi31CQm kms'x
The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky,
lih'I -Ci IV'
Tlic symptoms of Span
lull Influenza ure very
similar to olJ fashioned
crip pains throughout
tho body, extreme dizzi
ness, slrep'-2S9. chills,
IiIrIi fpv liciJachr,
(1l8(url.il il.estiOii wltli
runnlifc; at I 'if rtoio nnil
pfps ml oxresfHs spit
tlnn showing an liflam
mAllon and congestion
; me nuirouj linings
. trrsA .
With tho first symp
toms of Influenza, It Is
well to consult your fam
II) physician nt oncp. It
I" not tlio illap.iso Itself
that Is to lie frarri no
much ns It Is the cnmpll
cations which may follow.
To wnrrt orr ;anMli
Innurnzti or as nn 11 1,1 to
returnlnK health nfter an
ntt.uk, nothing Is any
better than Dr. Ilart
roan'a World Famous l'e-runo.
For Catarrh of Every Description Take
The well known and direct action of Poruna In restoring and
maintaining a healthy condition of the mucous membranes through
ont tho body makes It tho greatest disease preventing and health
restoring remedy known to science,
.r!m,r,;l?l?r".1l0.yc,!r.s Pcr,na has rctalnPl -ts tltlo as a reliable
safe-guard to tho health o! tho American family.
UXFERICVCE OF USERS THE BEST J1EC03DIEXDATI0X
ANNA, OHIO. "I And Feruna ex
cellent for Catarrh of tho head. I
keep I'eruna and Manalln In the
house all th time." Mrs. A.
Itunhle, Hot S.
VT'WAInr w T nt .... m
...... ....... ., ... , ii.nv upru
reruna for colds and prlp. It will
uo nil you claim and more. .My
family nlways have a hottlo on
liaml for stomach nml bowel
troutilp and colds." deo. Clark. 12
wiiivii on rci.
Try IVruw First Tablets or I.tqnltl Sold Everywhere
Tn nn address to Congress assem
bled in joint session, President Wil
son announced the ten.is of the fltmis
tic which ends the world war bec
canse they strip Germany of the pow
er lo renew it. Evacuation, of all the
invaded territory, including Alsace
Lorraine, reparation for all damage
dor c, occupation by nllied forces of
principal gateways to Germany, hand
ing over of the principal units of the
German high seas fleet, surrender
of onough war matcrinl practically to
disarm the German forces, nnd the '
occupation by America and allied
forces of strategic gateways to Ger
many to enforce the fulfilment of
terms of pence are the principal features.
In a message addressed to Secre
tary of State Lansing, Dr. Solf, the
German Foreign Secretary, requests
that President Wilson intervene to
mitigate "the fearful conditions now
existing in Germany." According
to a German wirelesss dispatch re
ceived in London, Dr. Solf says he
feels it his duty to draw President
Wilson's attention to the fact that
the enforcement of the armistice con
ditions, especially the surrender of the
transports, means the starvation of
The American army had reached a
total strength of 3.7G4.G77 men when
hostilities ceased 1 1th, according to
official figures nt the Wo- Depart
ment. Of that number, 2,000,000 had
been sent to France, Italy or Russia.
The remainder were under arms in
, LINCOLN A COMING FIELD.
I Writing of Lincoln county in the
Oil City Derrick recently, George A.
Whitney, welt gnown oil scojt. nays:
'One of the newest fields to nttrnct '
'nttcntion in the state of Kentucky is I
Lincoln county, and Indications nre
'that this f'eld linn been overlooked I flB
i by ninnv of tho oil men. It look like I j
- iL. -.. I- fi.it. - i. . r.. .
one hi mi- t'uiuiiii? i inm oi me rtnni
nnd while the wells nre not of t,ho
mslier kind, thev nre like those. Hint
mnke tnon"' on a long pull. An event
in the commcrclnl h'storv of the eoun
tv took place nt Wnvnesbur". on the
Snihrti I't'lrntil when the first
link of crude oil evr produced in
I inrnln mnntv wru rh'rnei to thn
Sl"ndrd O'l romftiiv of K,ittu"kv's
r'nnt H loiiivllp bv the Dnnlel
lloone Oil Company.
wtijtp w--r"--irii-rr li"s for some
time been nniet' "d without osten
tation, gnining an Imnortnnco as the
rpntpr of pntr"rp) fo" h'x south
ern hlf of the wMlthv and nrogres
ive Lincoln countv It remn'ned for
it CommerciHl Club to n'ld to its
laurels bv secur'nt' the etnblishment
nt that point of the terminus of the
nine line from the oil field jbout ix
miles northet of the town The
cHUens of Wa nsbnrir, reeocniTing
'he import ince of th oil develop
ment, iiprnmc booster for the indus
try without pxcentlon nnd throtirh
he efforts of Monr, Thnmnon. th
otithern half of I inroln countv was
leased by the Daniel Boone Oil Com
pany nnd other companies.
"About January 1, 1317, the first
test well in the south end of Lincoln
county was completed on the Albert
Schuler farm by the Dnnicl lloone
Oil Company, and as this well had
a good show of oil with a strong
flow of gas it justified the drilling
of additional wells in that section,
but it wus not until the following
Public Sale !
tock And Farm
Having sold my farm and not expecting to buy another, I will sell at
public auction on
July that oil was found on the Joseph i Tf
u':i.,-.t e .... i. i i . 'n
Public Sale !
Hat:3g told my farm and decided to go elsewhere, I will
"til at my place, at public auction, 2 milet South of Ottenheim, on
the Chestnut Ridge Road near Milton Warren't Store, on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16th
Commencing promptly 9:30 A. M., the following described property,
Q.VE EXCELLENT TEAM OF HORSES 6 AND 7 YEARS OLD,
WEIGH FROM 1,300 TO l.dOO POUNDS, 8 GOOD FAT HOGS,
TWO GOOD MILK COWS, ONE FRESH WITH CALF
BY SIDE, THE OTHER WILL BE FRESH THE
FIRST OF JANUARY
t will also sell 200 shocks of Corn, 1 good Feed Cutter, 1 Wagon,
lird good as new, 1 good Range Stove, 2 good Heaters, 1 Dresser
nd a number of Bedsteads and Springs. Also I will sell several big
:n or Molasses also a fine lot of Buckwhrat, about 50 bushels ol
Oits, 70 bushels of Potatoes, 15 bushels of Beans, 75 Chickens of
different kinds, and many other things too numerous to mention will
fin told at this sale. Sale Will take place rain or shine. Don't forget
llv ijatc. Come One; Come All.
C. L. SHOEMAKER
Cel M. H. JOHNSON, Auctioneer.
fa -- .-
..-. , v..n. ,J..
--- - niift nssrmsssgfiMaiaMsl
WE GROW A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT AND
SHADE TRP.E.-5, SHRUBS VINES, ROSES, PERENNIALS, EVER.
GREENS, ASPARAGUS in fact
"Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden."
H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons
Ship Your Produce ToUs
J W STAPLETON, President and General Manager.
C. W. CRACRAFT, Secretary.
A. D. COATES COMPANY
51 WALNUT STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Wieland farm on the headwaters of
Buck creek, and at this date the Dan
iel lloone Oil Company has 17 pro
ducing wells on the Wiclnnd fnrm
and 53 wells have been drilled in that
section 30 oil weclls and 13 dry
holes. The oil is found in the Cornif
crous formation, more commonly
known as the Irvine sand at a depth
ranging from 200 to 350 feet and
is from 10 to 50 feet wide.
"About -0 years ago, seven shallow
wells were drilled in the headwaters
of Green River, all being produrers,
and one well in that section of the
county is reported to have flowed
from the Sunnvbrook sand at a depth
of 800 feet. This sand in the Ohio
fields is known as the Trenton rock,
which is the right name for iL At
nbout this time two wells were drilled
on the Baughman farm, 2 miles south
of Stanford, to the Sunnybrook sand
one of which is furnishing gas to the
Baughman home, and the other well
was reported as a five-barrel oil well.
The sand was found in that section at
a depth of 735 feeet.
"Among the companies operating
in the Lincoln county field arc: The
Florence Oil Company. Newton Oil
Company, Wyoming-Kentucky Oil
Company. Pcivedcre Oil Co'iiany,
nnd the Daniel lloone Oil Company.
These companies are running eight
drilling machines in the field, but
with a pipe line to handle the pro-l
duction there would be much nddition-1
al drilling done by such companies
as the Codcn Oil Company, Wood Oil
Company, New Dominion Oil and Gas
Company, White Brothers nnd a syn
dicate of Chicago and New York cap
italists, and all are holders of terri
tory in Lincoln county that is bound
to be tested out. The only pipe line
in the county is that of the Daniel
Boone Oil Company, which has just
complcte-.d nfter a long and tedious
wait to get pipe and pumping out
fits to equip the line. It has certainly
been a red letter day for the Daniel
Boone Company nnd the citizens of
Waynesburg in general for the new
enterprise in the county, which some
day will mean a large source of in
come for the land owners from their
royalties and the business people in
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
Our Specialties Are
EGGS AND RABBITS
SEND' US YOUR TURKEYS FOR CHRISTMAS
fi and Egg Cases Furnished FREE to Our Shippers.
WRITE US FOR PRICES.
W. R. COTT, formerly of Lancaster, Is with us.
Oim P.EFCKENCEi Pearl Market Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio.
U. S. Food Administration License No. G-17210
Harmless to keep liver, bowels
and stomach clean, and
cost only 10 cents
Tonight sure! Take CnwareU and
enjoy the nicitat, gentlest liver and
bowel cltmnsliiL' vou hnvu ever oxner-
luncoil. Cascarets will liven vour liver i
und clean your thiity feet of bowels
without griping, tou will wake up
feoliiiL' L'rand. Your hwul wdl bu
cliwr, breath right, tongue clonii, and
stomach swuut Get a 10-cunt box
now at any drug ttoru. Btwt cathartic
for children an woll as grown-ups.
Tste like candy and never fail. Tliey
work while you sleep.
atiirday, Nov. 30
Commencing promptly at 10 A. M.f all of my personally, consisting
of the following:
Registered Cattle, Sheep And Hogs
2S fine registered Aberdeen Angus Yearlings, bred to Dean of
Hillcrest. 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 Covs anJ C ilvas, (5 g'nd yearling stock heifers.
23 extra good stock ewes and one buck.
60 head of hogs from shoats to brood sows.
HORSES AND MULES
1 pair extra 5-year old horse mules.
1 pair extra 7-year old mart, mulrs,
1 pair good 3 year old horse mules.
1 only good 3-year old mare mule.
I pair good 2-year old horse mules.
1 brood mare bred to Jack.
I three-yrar old driving mare.
1 extra lO.yrar old family driving
I good 7-year old saddle and bar.
300 bales mixed bay.
100 barrels corn in crib.
All Farming Tools consisting of
ensilage cutter, I first class Deering
binder, 1 first class Superior wheat
drill, 1 McCormack mower, 1 good as
new Deering mower, 2 hay rakes, 1
extra 4-horse cutting barrow, 1 Poin
dexter smooth harrow, 1 section har
row, 1 manure spreader, 1 steel roller,
1 good hemp machine, 2 good as new
riding cultivators, double shovels, to.
bacco plows, and almost very too!
used on a farm and in good condi
tion. 1 Splendid 2-horse corn crusher;
2 good farm wagons; 2 good hay
frames) 1 new 3-inch John Deere
wagon complete! 1 buggy) 1 runa
bout; 3 up-tu.date Automobiles con
sisting of 1 1917 King Eight, 5-paa-srnger
in good running condition; 1
Best Oakland Roadster, always ready
to go) 1 better than new Ford Road
ster equipped with 5 new demount
able tires. 5 new United States tires
and tubes, shock absorbers; Klaxon
born, etc., in good condition. Be glad
to have you test out these cars be.
fore the day of sale.
Household and Kitchen Furniture.
Home Parmer, now is lite time to
start you a registered herd while you
can do it. Do not let the opportunity
pass you and let these fine cattle go
to other states when you need them
Hiuh-class fob nrlntlm' nt tlw in.
tenor Journal olllce.
Dinner on the ground for everybody.
Remember thh day-rain or shine-Saturday, Nov. 30thSugar
Tree Grove Stock Farm, 2 1-2 miles from Paint Lick, on Lancaster
and Richmonc pike, nine miles from Lancaster.
TERMS Liberal and made known on day of sale.
Ea Ca IVIc Whorter
COL JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer.