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THE STANFORD, KENTUCKV INTERIOR JOURNAL. ' TUESDAY, OCTODKR Situ, 1110 I u u t t .,f. The Second Stock of Ladies' Suits, Dresses and Coats Recently Purchased in New York Are Now On Sale. Now is the Time To Do Your Buying. On our second trip to New York we made a point to secure good lines of ladies' suits made of the New Rough Effects in Black Navy, Scotch Mannish Mixtures and Browns. As the season ad vances we find a decided tendency toward all rough faced goods for tailored spits, and a strong demand for brown shades. No whefe else in Central Keritucky will you find such an assortment of high-cI$iiloretl suits. Weve&elbeit possible suitsat $15 but.our big sale is on 4he -very 'finest 'grade of stfidtly pjajn tailored suits from $25 to ,$5. Salts that, you wHlfeel gooj$in aiiyivfiere and in any .com pany. They are rjghninsiae'and .put. Junior suitsfor children from 10 to 15' years are always .hard to get riht, but we ' have twojines that are right. One is made of fine Cheviots at $12 and one of new rough material at $15. These are the best values we ever saw in Junior Suits. Raincoats, are back a&ain as strong as ever. You can't get along without one. We have a big line to select from at $8.50 $10 $13.50 and on up to $30. About 200 new coats, in all the stylish mixtures, and solid colors and black. These are at every price from $8.50 to $90. Our assortment of plain black coats, is unusually attractive. We have in?stocK more than 150 new one piece dresses, rang ing in prie from $10 to $75. Dresses for any occasion made of Satins, Eolians, Velvets, Serges, Silks,' Ch'iffdns. etc. These repre sent the very latest ideas ql New York designers. Fine furs in great variety. Solid black furs are the correct thing for his season. We are showing an immense variety of Pillow Mutfs, Barrell Muffs, and Rug Muffs with collars to match, in Gen uine Black, Lynx, Black Wolf, Black Coney, Black Persian, etc., at every price from $5 to $100. Also some special values in real Mink Muffs and neck pieces. Remember that we are sole agents for the celebrated Munsing underwear, the finest in the world and no higher than the ordi nary kinds, Ladies' Munsing Union Suits at $1 to $3. Mens' Mun sing union suits $1 to $5. Childrens1 Munsing union suits at 50c to $1.50. When in our store it will pay you to look at our lines of house hold Linens, blankets, Ladies' furnishings, Redfern, Warner & Gos sard Corsets, Peerless Hosiery, etc, You will always find some ' thing new and good. ; i YOUR FEET Must be better cared for than any part of the body. You must have Warm, Dry Feet for Com fort and he: It'i. Wc have every right to feel that our every day or Work Shoes arc the Very Best. "The Witch Elk" As dry as a Powder Horn. The best shoe made, at $7.fi0, $8,75 and $H, according to height of the top. We have a shoe with a 16-inch top which we have sold for 10 years. During that time not one half a dozen akt have-, gone wrorjgor.wct the feet. It liiis a heavy soje; lined with genuine, old time calf skin, and the price is only.$o. . ry P1 eJJ Most of you know them by this lime-soft, comfortable, and just a good deal the best work shoe ror $3.50 made to day. For dry feet and long wearing shoes, come (o us. Mm 1 HtitV 1 i.JM I 1 e.TeP H. J McRoberts. m G. L. Pennj R. H. Coffey E. R. Coleman cman ll r i School Supples . S A. B. Robertson & Bro., Danville,Keixtucky For the Kindergaitcn, for the High School; for all grades. We have the SCHOOL SUP PLIES needed Stationery, Pencils, Pens, Rulers, Tablets, Books. Fit the children out satisfactorily fit them out here and save money. The Interior Journal. HELTON SAUFLEY Publisher POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge f'he Interior Journal Is authorized to, announce Charles A. Hardin .as a , candidate for Circuit Judge or the Thirteenth Judicial district, at the lection to be held November, 1911, subject to the action ot the Demo Parksville The handsome monument to tbj memory of Gen. Felix ZoUlroffer. a brave Confederate officer, who fell at the battle of Fishing Creek, which was fought In 1862 at Mill Springs, aoout miles jrom somerset, was unveiled with appropriate ceremonies on Saturday. , , Seven deaths from cholera were re ported In the past twenty-four hours among the patients. In a hospital for the Insane near Naples. Mrs. J. ti, Johnson of Pittsburg, -Pa., arrhed. Monday ror a visit to ' her parent, Mr. end Mrs. Geo., 1. Iirlght. Mrs. LnufttU HLatt. of Rockcastle county J the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. McClarjr..aBi other reiatlTM, J. L. Preston bought of U. L. Price ten caltes at J7.50 each. Mr. F. I. Jones left for a business trip to Derea and points In Jackson. Hon, John W. Itawllngs, of Danville I Is the' guest of Mrs. J. E. Caldwell. Mrs. Henry OarUn, of Bradfords ville, Is a guest of Mrs. J. J. Cozatt. Mr. Louts Walker attended the East t man-Walker we,ddlng at Louisville on I the' 12th insL Mr. Thomas Durham of Lebanon, who visited .Mrs. Annie Parks last week, hns returned home. , J. D, Stayton, of Hlley worked In the telegraph ottlce at Cozatts during the absence of Mr. Walter .Bower. A locust tree on the farm of Mr. K M. Ilovtder has begun to perspire aKalii. About this time last year this tree became so warm standing In tin hot sun all day as It did, that it sweut a groat deal. On Wednesday Mr. 0. 11. Hocker a farmer near town caught a chicken hawk which measured 64 Inches from Up to tip. The hawk had long been a menace to the chickens In this tlclnl- ty end you vg puiiete were airaia u leave tc yard unaccompanied, and roosters dived In the sun with a gun near at hand and side arms strapped to their chests. Much relief Is shown amoung. prominent fowls and heads of families nt the demise of this marauder. It is In time of sudden mishap or ac cident that Chamberluln's Liniment can be relied upon to take the place of the family doctor, who. cannot' al- vu8 ue touna at toe moment, men it Is that Chamberlains Liniment Js never found yantlng. In cosese of sprains, 'cuts, 'wounds ' and bruises, Cnamberlafn's 'Liniment takes out the soreness and drive's away tho mln. Sold by G. L. Penny. Kings Mouitain. rlace are llxlng to mote to Indinapo lis. Miss Lllza Walls and daughter Let Ue went to Cincinnati Sunday to Wa it friends. .Mr, John Dardison, of Harrlman, Tenn., visited friends here last week. m M PEININY'S DRUG STORE, gj y4 Btanrord, Kentucky. ZVi J, L,Beazley&Co.,iiv. a.tkibblb, tm lit '"Bl U MM Ml I Vftv.iinr.. a,i,1 TTn.lo4Vin.. Day Phono 28. Night Phono 133. Stamford, Kenturwy. I Mr Troy Cunaway Is having a build ing put up near the graded school. Horn, to the wife of, George Gaines a fine girl. MUtord Vaugbt Is at home for a few days with his wife and children suf- ferng with a smashed band. Claude Hester was In Stanford one day but week on business. LutheV Floyd and'famlly of thls BLOOD POISON Cured by the Marvel of the Century 8. B. B, Tested for 30 Years. . Drives out blood poison In any su$er permanently without deadly mercury, with pure botanical ingre dients. To prove It we will send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE If you have ulcers, eating sores, itching, humors, swellings mucus patches, bono pains, offensive pimples, or eruptions, take B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm). 'All symptoms heal quickly. Blood Is made pure and rich, completely changing Uio entire body Into a clean, healthy condlUou, heal, lug eery sore and stopping all aches, pains and Itching curing the worst case ot blood poison. Druggists or by express, 1 PKH LAIIUE UOTTLB with directions for home cure. SAM PLE SENT HIKE by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ca. Describe your troublea and free medical advice giv en, gold by SHUGARS & TANNER. LaBBBBBBBflaBiBBBvBBBBBBBBBi )HklBLvBBBBnMLBBBBBBBBBBBU Esaeala Undertaken and en. Also Dealers in Fur niturfl, Mattingi,Ituga. They will exchange Furniture Jor all Kinds o Stock. Give TkeaaCall. Prices Right STANFORD. - KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs, Dealer tu and Manufacturer ot Marble and Cranlte Monu ments, Marker and Poitt .Oeruvterr and Law Vaicaand Hetteei. Offlce aud viorki, Me Kinney, Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can lurnlih tbe publlowlth the twit, wall ki tho Irraticit of cut Sowera, plant of all klndi, bulbt, pottl Sowera, on ahort notice. Alio make a apttClaUy ol wrtatbi lor lor funrral purixxwi. In connection wltb, (lie abqre, I have all kindasol Tagetablea on band at rcaaonablo brloaa. OKKIHTMANOKKENHOOHEH. "-StKSA. CARSON, ri CONCRETING Wahi BoaWkuUodoall klndi of con rBfcrauch a 'Block Work, 1'avamantt boaedownlaa(ano poau We cn aarva r t . jou pronpiiy ana iurna turai-ciata work and nuklerlal. Ualt atiul get oar price balore yon buy your material at leait, PHILLIPS R05.. 8tanford,.Kj. When liunry 00 TO Oaraon'a Reataurant Laocaater, Htreet Htanford. at. Meala aerved at al I houra up to 11 iSS, w. Beat place lu wn (or a good quick meal, Oooklng to ault pur cuitomeMounpecUlty Hplendld new line ot fancy Oroccrlea. Hot (JoSre. Handwlchei, pleUutter mJHc - aid sweat milk, etc., at all, tinsel.