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1'AUH KOUK THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, nil !-Z?, It ft f Below Cost !j i 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 20.00 Suits at 18.00 Suits at 15.80 Suits at 12.50 Suits at 10.00 Suits at Wc have 200 - - 16.48 . . . 13.98 - - . 12.98 9.98 . - - 7.98 .... 6.48 odds and ends 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 47.50 Go now at 1.98 MEN'S OVERCOATS $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 collai. It is New SHOES In Patent, Vici Gun Met al Calf and Tan $4.oo Shoes now $3.39 3.5o Shoes now - - 2.98 3.oo Shoes now - 234 2.5o 'Shoes now . - 1.98 2.oo Shoes now 1.68 BOYS' OVERCOATS $8.oo Coats at - - $4.98 7.oo Coats at - 3.98 6.oo Coats at 3.48 5.oo Coats at - 3.48 4.oo Coats at 2.98 3.5o Coats at - - 2.78 ODD PANTS, OF NEWEST DESIGN. $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 Zoo Pantst - - 1.48 RUBBERS Solid With Buckle and Cloth Top ., $2.25 Rubbers at t: $1-91 2.00 Rubbers at : : 1 79 1 50 Rubbers at : : 98 l.oo Rubbers : : 83 75c Rubbers at : : 64 50c Rubbers at : : - - 39 CORDUROY PANTS $4 00 Pants at : : :'98 3.50 Pants at : : 2 68 v AMERICAN FENCE A sound, substantial, enduring fence, built on the elastic hinged-joint principle the most scientific, practical and perfect fence principle known it yields to great and sudden pressure but returns again to the original shape. Thoroughly galvanized and protected against weather. DEALERS EVERYWHERE. SEE THEM. AMERICAN STEEL & WIRE CO. CHICAGO NEW YOflK DENVER SAN FRANCISCO EZCTZ1 NEW ORLEANS M2 MOBILE MARDI GRAS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES Tickets b mU February 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 aa 27 Cti4 Horning- omul March tlth, 1911, with Pi-Wilts' f IstaatUa STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS (M rUlt PARTICOURS, CAU ON ANY TICKET ACtNT, QKEN & CHI9HT F80IE, OR WRITE .. M. C KINQ. W. A. HECKLI.R. ruMnrrr tni TkkH Ann. . 101 C Mils Stmt. UtintOn. Ky. (ketr.1 FaiKnttrA-tnl. , ., jaftBs Butffat. CIsclaatU. O. 3.oo Pants at : : 2 34 2 oo Pants at : : IAS There's a great demand for this fence and pi ices will be higher later, so order Early. HATS John B. Stetson. $4 oo 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 : OLIVER PLOWS The Oliver Plow Trade for 1910 was larger than any pre vious year. Another New Stock for 1911 has just arrived. BUY THE BEST W. H. Higgins. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Ladies if You Need Anything 2 98 2 78 : 215! i 98 : 148 98 : 79 Geo. H. Farris, Sole Agent, Stanford. THE FARMERS Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. WRITE ME FOR PRICE8 ON HIGH GRADE COTTONSEED MEAL I HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME A OELIVERED PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. WILLIAM A. BURNETT, BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY JKeatucky Aencr for Owl Brand. Established 1901. I for Sale - Pair of heav draft mil! J. II Jackson. It. D. No. 2 Wo liae jtst iccelved a carload of Stanfoid, 8 2tn. the best field stork, bo.; nnd chicken Kor Salo- Polled Durham Shorthorn fence on the market. The Star sells imlls 10 months oil .Model fo-ra at a price that you will have trouble and choice breeding. A. W. Carpen-(-quailing anywheie. see us holorc ter. Moreland. Ky. 8 tf you buy your fence. Junction City J. V Winer of Illinois, the corn .! Lumber Company, J. V. Caskey. Mgr. ,,cvl who jujeU the recent exMbit at .function City, Ky. 7-Jn. , . . . .. , i-- -,i . v- . .r. . Lexington corn show say that when tor Sale, A Ntiiui.rst mare. T. A. ,, . , , , . . ., ., .. ... ,. . .Kentucky farm have raised com a Uradlcy, Djuvllle, Ky. G-3. ', , . ... .... lions as h has boon raised in Illinois Two wagons for sale cheap, a new ,Uilt rhp quan r m lo u.e acre JJtudebaker and a now Old Hickory f,p Kenti.cftv lll far eiceed tue pro John Cook Stanford, Ky. (ductlon ol ony Jtale tn the Union. If Kor Sale.-IIalf Dorset eves 2 and property treated and iTu the rlKht 3 year olds. IJreU to Imported Shrop- . . ' . ........ ealre rm. Due to Iamb Feb. 20. L2t. Mnu "l sevu TOrn ,or ?"iicy Hn . W.Gaines. lie snld our larxnen do not tak tuit For Kain h.iIp.i hnv in nnv nimn. Interest in raMji com corn thi."? U' tlty. Mrs. Mattie V. Klrby. 4t. ,mceiiy ii Increase the jlelJ. tor sale--some nice yearlins sown,- bred to niacfe Berkshire subject to PUBLIC SALE! register; due to farrow the Urst of, , xv,n MoBdny rejruary reoruary. j. a. carpenter, .mi. saiein. Vor,. 1flirH , n,.,r. h, .. ,,,. Those Missouri Mules ARE GOOD SAYS PROMINENT DEALER OF SUNFLOWER STATE. Augusta Kim. Jan. "' K'ditor Inttfilur Journal. Dear Sir: I notice an article In you paper under date of Juuuary 27th In which Mr. lMakmoio ot Shelbyrllle, Tenn., speuks eiy highly ot Kentucky and Tcunetuce rauleo. 1 agree with him Tor mule, from tbeie two states are ery hard to I . He says hll MUrouri Is lapidly (otilns to the from as a mulo ntat- she will never ' be able to t.tipplaut lb- Keulucky nnd l"th it Tfriineee mules. She miy not but, In the Gingham line I am sure I can please you in quality and price. I have biggest line of Ginghams ever shown in Crab Orchard L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. 8 5 ! J M Ml Ky. 5 A. Kor Sale. A pair or so of coming thres year old horse mules, in nicu shape. A'olllil likt In ti ir ;i ft.ur wnril In lu Stnntord. Kv sell one Jack n!m- resurd to our mules "cut In Kann-n." We Cordially Invite You To Sell Yolit Tobacco Over Our Breaks .. . .. - f . J" "iu. KO' oreouor. un coiis'Ahmi, , v..r, . T,vi,.r ,, FnTspnamTrernowland. .J1 VH'craiitarf"'- " -'- ' '' Uhu "' " . I toil county Kentucky one oi the bent -Mr-. Elizabeth Vouu? Itell, aged i'.i. imilo counties m Kentucky, two loads Hvf.low ot Ju.'g.' Urn Hrtll. ot HairoUH'r jlItK Uu lle- bMmti Iom an ISVX -' "-I ere cons.dered by c.'Jen In Seattle. W'nslilnKton. last. Hudson Bros., the best two loads that prll when Judi;e Bell was hilled, left Kentucky, that yoar. RURAL TELEPHONES. MR. FARMER: Make jour borne as nnxlern for your fainiljr ice, residence, and place yourself iu a position to get the latest market quotation at any time. This can be accnsuplUheil by tnesusof our telephone service which you and your neighbors ran get for a sum thtt is small compared with the beueGts received. Call or address our nearest office, or write direct to icadquarters, Naihville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far mers Line" rate. If you ire nt at present enjoying telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tenuessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana ami Illinois. EAST T.KNNESSEK TEI I'EL. A TEL. CO. I inrosroTKDi .-85 ttxiWAttr.tt'Amiuxttmu- -.. a We Eel You Prices ". We sold last week over half million pounds in five days and have sold since January 1st over a million pounds. As usual we topped the market on highest price, $23.25 and the best individual average on entire crop 10,000 pounds at $15.50. With seven active, competitive t buyers, rep resenting the largest factories in this and foreign countries, . makes Danville as good a market as any in the bufley 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 vou how to place your tobacco to the best advantage, tells the story why we can serve your interest just a little better inKMoK5f a than the other fellow. Don t target the name. Irs. I!ell lud been twice married. iVu a0M ,. Honon i-.ki 1.111 ,u-n nr her Urst husband bavins been tiur- ,..., ... .... .... ... nf Tl..i..., .,f tlnrrndsbur. Sh ,OJU,, "' ""e ,nul a,r e "'" ou- Is suiviveU b thre chlldreiu JlMs "i1 ld "" '""" Pef head moro .Mart nil, Jonn iiurton anu Phil Thwuiif iumi uiiy miiU-n sold Tor iu ins county Mm, four brothers R. J. Ktigene Ud tllMo mCl, wt.,t, au 80ij to go to tue t! n.K v" n wiuLern narket. and ere considered . t exceptionally fine on that market. We ,. uavc sold Air. uohon H loads of mulca Skin And Scalp TrOUbleS In the last four years, nnd'uu las been I well pleased wjth them as they fed Yield tO ZemO. to Iota of weight and quality Uo a r.i fan liquid PREPARATION hU11 '"""He from M0 to COO mule- FOR EXTERNAL USE etery stasou, and make a tpeclalty of In tlwr PREPARATION .. . L....ln.. l. I .. i'piuiv's DniK Store U so contldent " " "i u bci that Zi:MO and ZK.MO soap used to- clas uiid always keep u big per cent tether will rid the Bkln or scalp of in- of mare mules. lautor grown person ot pimples, black r ome of the Kentucky feeders heads, dindrutr,. eczema, prickly heat, ,vl coll,0 at tte wl 8n0H ,nnl rashes, hives, Uy poison or tiny other ul,lf,B ,,' nite wegUl a& mwU form of skin or P uPt,on' quality and tlnNh as they hu- In they will gle your money back tf ' you a, e not entirely tlHed with the Plucky. 'J1' results ohtalueU from the use ot ZK". . . IiO.. MO and the swp. Augusta iausas. The first application will glv prompt relief and show an Improvv ment aud in iery Instance wReic used porsisteutly, will destroy the germ llf tearing the skin In n clean nealthy condition Sold and guarap teed by dmgslbts evtrywhere and m Stnnford by Penny's Orug Stnro Let J. C. McClary, 0 0 c 73 X 32-pace baoklet how to preserve the kin Penny's Driu? Store. Danville Tobacco Warehouse, INCORPORATED. Walnut Street, Danville, Ky. Free Insurance, Free Stables, No Charge for Rejections. Tt"y " oT-ooan. TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS 1 am now locatod ou Fourth street, wltli the best equipped stable In Dan- llle and will be plad to see yo'i nt any time. And will how th ladl s S Tobacco Sales o( tobacco last 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. 1 CuS viuier.aker and Embamrr STANFORD, KY- U(ttC Touue 167. Hums i'tiou Hi it rid Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse Co., INCORPORETED, Danville, Ky. I'GKKYVILL STRISRkNGAR Q. & C. DUI'OT' mnmittwxittmmKttitmittnmtH 9 p -M s ' iiy r i.i-asinw IMlPW'JIII!!!