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title: 'The Stanford interior journal. (Stanford, Ky.) 1911-1912, January 31, 1911, Page 4, Image 4',
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THE STANFORD. KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL
TUESDAY, JANUAnY 31st, 1911
Below Cost !!
For Only Thirty Days.
Come early and get picked goods. Now
is your last and only chance to get what
you want for little money. Everything
in the house AT AND BELOW COST!
BEST MAKE MEN'S SUITS
$25.00 Suits at - - - $17.98
22.50 Suits at - - - 16.48
20.00 Suits at - 13.98
18.00 Suits at - - - 12.98
15.80 Suits at - - - 9-98
12.50 Suits at - - - 7.98
10.00 Suits at - - - - 6.48
We have 200 odds and
end which sold from
$5 to $15. All go now at 3.48
BOYS' KNEE SUITS
$10.00"Suits at - - $6.98
7.50 Suits at - - 5.48
6 50 Suits at - - 4 48
5 00 Suits at - - 3.78
4 oo Suits at - 2 78
3.50 Suits at - - 2.48
We have One Hundred
of these in broken lots
to be sold from $2 to
Go now at 1.98
$22.50 Overcoats at $14.98
2o oo Overcoats at 12.98
15 oo Overcoats at 8.48
12 5o Overcoats at 7.98
lo oo Overcoats at 5.98
Some in Rainproof with
Presto collaJ. It is New
In Patent, Vici Gun Met
al Calf and Tan
$8.oo Coats at
7.oo Coats at
6.oo Coats at
5.oo Coats at
4.oo Coats at
3.5o Coats at
ODD PANTS, OF NEWEST
$6.oo Pants at - - $498
5.oo Pants at - 3.78
4.oo Pants at - - 2.98
3.5o Pants at - - 2.48
3.oo Pants at - - 2.15
2.5o Pants at - - - 1.98
2.oo Pants'at - - 1.48
Solid With Buckle and Cloth
$2.25 Rubbers at : $191
2.00 Rubbers at : : 1 79
1 50 Rubbers at : : 98
l.oo Rubbers : : 83
75c Rubbers at : : 64
50c Rubbers at : : 39
$4 00 Pants at : : : 2 98
3.5o Pants at : : 2 68
1 z 2 34
$4.oo Shoes now $339
3.5o Shoes now - 2.98
3.oo Shoes now - 234
2.5o Shoes now . 1.98
2.oo Shoes now 1.68
'IflK'tfiHIr ' f iJH wSSBiaiafliH
again to the original shape,
protected against weather.
A sound, substantial,
enduring fence, built on
the clastic hinged-joint principle
the most scientific, practical and
perfect fence principle known it yields to
great and sudden pressure but returns
Thoroughly galvanized and
Mnnni O o c
Willi iiiiiii liiii H ivmnui vinwg
SPECIAL REDUCED FARES
Tickets en sale February 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 aa 27
Goad turning ontll March Uth, 1911, with FrlrlUrf of Kitsailon
STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS
' FOfl IUIL PARTICULARS, CAU OH AMY TICKET ACEHT. QUEEH & CRESCENT ROUTE.
II. C. KINO. w. A. firCKIXR. A ,
101 C .nla Srett. Uilntlon. K. tnttH Bulktlai. Claclnmll. O.
AMERICAN STEEL & WIRE CO,
The Oliver Plow Trade for 1910
was larger than any pre
Another New Stock for 1911
has just arrived.
BUY THE BEST
W. H. Higgins.
3.oo Pants at t z
2 oo Pants at : 1.48 There's a great demand for, this fence and pi ices will be higher later, so crdcr Early.
HATS John R. Stetson.
: 2 78
: 2 15
: I 98
$4 00 Hats at :
3 50 Hat at
3 00 Hat at :
2 50 Hat at
2 00 Hat at :
1 50 Hat at
1 00 Hat at :
Geo. H. Farris, Sole Agent, Stanford.
J For Sale - Pair of beav) drait
miles J II Jackson, It. D. No. .
I Wo liae J 1st recvlved a cm load of , ..,,,,,. oln
1 48 rence on the market The Smr ell. -r 6nU - Polled Durham Shorthorn
q a a price tfiat you will have trouble bulls 10 months ctJ. .Model fonn
" equalling anvwhete. fee 11a belore mjj choice breeding. A. V Carpen
791ou buy your fence. Junction l'lt ... Aioreland. Ky 8 tf
Lumufr uompanv, j. w. uasKey. mft t Nunnelley ikh.-,iu o Beau or
Junction City, Ky 7;jlp t, f j NV B.irnp ol Tiif,.
For Salo.--A Nutuurst inare. T. A. . , , , ,
.. .. .. ... .- . roe at -I ! t ' - cent.
Urndley, Danville, Ky R-3. . . , . . , ,, ,
, . . ' Nunnelley & loues bought -0 cat-
Two wagons for sale cheap, a new ..... m .i. ... .. i i i
,...,. . .. . to iruiii tJoberts & ll.imiltoii at 112
JStiidebaker and a new Old Hlotory
Jolm C'oolc Stanford, Ky. i , " . , . . , .,,.. p,
.. ' Unrner Price sold to Monte ro'
or Sale. Half Dorset e ves i and
WRITE ME FOR PRICES ON HIGH GRADE
COTTON SEED MEAL
I HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED
PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE.
WILLIAM A. BURNETT,
BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUI8VILLE, KY
Kontucky Agoucy for Owl Brand. Established 1901.
A tobacco barn. with H.OOi) pound
tl tobacco belonging to Varglt JiBtl
ncau, 11 In; six mile east of l.anca
ter, v.as burned Thursday night The
barn U believed to hae been set on
fire. The low I aboil J 1.00) w h
Insurance of J I, WO
lol n D Foster sold two nice t urns
to (J fox. of Uuyle Ian week Ouo
pair were horse mule and one pair
niaro imilea. lie got J$7." lor both pair
Mr Poster also bold t Tom Ham
monds a lt hand hor inn e lor iWX
3 year olds. Hred to imported Shrop-
three mate mules and a nice hori-t"
We Cordially Invite You
To Sell Your Tobacco
Over Our Breaks
suiro nru. Due to lamb Feb. 20. J-2t. nmK' lor J.00
II. W.Oalnes. Senator II. I. Hubble's crack racer
For Sale. Haled hay In any nian- T. 51. Green made 'em all dizzy by a
tlty. Mrs. Mattle V Klrby 4t fast mil. he reeled off at Jacksonville
For Sale- Some nice ycarUns hows. ,ftst w(..k ,,,, rat) tlie Aistanc uU
bred tn Clack Berkshire subject to ... ,
register; duo to farrow the Hrst of ' "-1- n, won by a lenRtl1
February. J. S. Carpenter. Mt. Salem, ' A. T. .Nunnelley bought from PerK
Ky. 5 u-m ilton a nice hone mule tor i:0
For Sale.- A pair or so or .omin?, A oelonging to a farmer living
three year old horse mules. In nm K r ,., ,. , ,.. P.
Frank Snoonnmose, iov.iand. """ - - " " -
cprxly fitrrowtd tweiityone plgj One
oi tho ll'.ter died shortly after Us
birth, but the other twenty aro living
mid doing well Tne sow Is of orcll
nary stock, but she probably hold
the v.oild'3 record for tbe largest
ncml-er of pigs farrowed In ono litter
Murray Ledger. '
Three local mule buyers have ship
A Look Means
Just a few ladies' cloak and mens' overcoats left
which will sell at some price. We positively do
not carry gooes from one season to another.
L. L. SANDERS,
Crab Orchard, Kentucky.
MR. FARMER: Make jour homes modern for your family as n ice,
residence, anil place yourself in a rx'Uion to get the lalcst market quotation
at any time. This can be nccnnilihed by mem. of oui telephone wrvioe
which you and your neighbors can get fur a lum that i small compared with
the luefita received. Call or addreM our nearest office or write direct to
teadquarters, Nashville, Teiiu., for information regarding our special "Far
mers' Liue" rate. If you are not at preont enjoying telephone service, we
can immediately interest you. Our line cover the States of Kentucky,
Tennessee, Miesissippi, LouiiMiiiia and the Southern wrtiou of Indiana and
Illihoi. EAST TEKNESSEKTEL.A TEL. CO.
We sold last week over half million pounds in five days
nd have sold since January 1st over a million pounds. As
usual we topped the market on highest price, $23.2.5 and
the best individual average on entire crop 10,000 pounds
at $15.50. With seven active, competitive buyers, rep
resenting the largest factories in this and foreign countries,
makes Danville as good a market as any in the burley dis
trict. With the best lighted house in Kentucky, with a
tobacco auctioneer with no superior on any break, coupled
with experienced tobacco men as floor managers to show;1;
vn.riinw to olace vour tobacco to the best advantage, tells
i mr i i i. 1 .1.1.1 ! il Iluny Ulay purchased all tho jearllng
the story why we can serve your interest just a little Detter(coits. ah m unborn caues were
than the other fellow. Uont torget the name.
ltd to southern markets mules ai;gre
past ten day. Crump und Smith bav
sold lliteea car loads, twenty seven
tu a car, averaging ?:M0, or a total
ol SDS.tiuO; Lazarus & Patterson, 111
car-toads, numbering 2S to the car,
averaging K00. or a total of $78,000;
F.mllo Truvelstcnd. five car-lods uuin
berlng JO to the car. averaging 20U
or u total of $30,000 making a grand
total of $207,000, which no Joub
makes Howling Creeu the best mulo
market In the Slate of Kentucky.
fowling Uieeii Messenger.
Duncan Hell, ol Paris is in receipt of
an order Irom one customer, for all
of the eggs nt $li per setting of 1.1,
from nls Chicago Poultry show prize
OrpliliiRton hens, and al.o would take
all unsold eK hum his other pens,
at afanc jni
'Ita iniilos ht the Hume Clay sale.
l In Clink, biought fiom f'-i-iD it $l"o, n
pair Tho two year old mules sold
oiu $210 to $250 a pair, the yearling
mules fcold at 5fS." each. Frank and
"I have used
Sloan's Liniment on
a fine mare for splint
and cured her. ThU
makes the third
horse I've cured.
Have recommended It to my neigh
bors for thrush and they say it Is fine.
I find it the best Liniment I ever
used. I keep on hand your Sure
Colic Cure for myself and neigh,
bon, and I can certainly recom-
mv..w i. w W.ii.. . 4 MM..,
Mr. R. W. PARiiiii, of Bristol,
Ind.,R. No., write "I have used
lots of your Liniment for horses and
myself. It is the best Liniment in
the world. I cured one of my horses
of thrush. Her feet were rotten:
the frogs came out ; she laid down
most of the time. I thought she
would die, but I used the Liniment
as directed and she never lies down
in the daytime now,"
should be in every stable and ap
plied at the first sign of lameness.
You don t need to rub, it penetrates.
Will kill a spavin,
curb or splint, re
duce wind puffs
and swollen joints,
and is a sure and
Walnut Street, Danville, Ky.
houiilil l) 5leirt. ItenUk and llobli
All tne hogs sold for $l'Jt, or 9 1 c
n pound. The sheep brouxlit $$ per
head mid the lurnlture brought good
pi Ices. '
J. 1. ilutcliin pmchajed a car lad
ot lat hojfj trm J C Iloblnson, of
r, , r o li m l t - d Crab Orclmtd, ejterdny at $7 50 per
Free Insurance, Freebtab.es, No Charge for Rejections, hundred. Dan ill Advocate
Danville Tobacco Warehouse,
speedy remedy for
founder and thrush.
I We Sol You Prices 1
Price, 60c. and St. 00
Hlotn'. booh on
hor.et, entile, .hp
ml piiultry ..lit
Dr. Earl S. Sloan,
Bo. too, Mim., U.S.A.
Sales of tobacco latt week over our floors amount
ed to nearly half a million pounds, a new high
record for Danville, and all wagons coming
to us were kept in shelter and all horses well
housed. Prices keep up to satisfactory
level. Sales ore made daily, except Sat
urday, at prices which please our
customers. Abundant free shed and
stable room for all wagons and
horses which may come.
Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse Co.,
iMIttlt'tfll I fl'Mta-llll rVR t ft Wh. m
'Qjic.uwSv Danville, Ky. II