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Tie Inteiioi Journal.
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V1KOIL kMULLIN.
at. B BAUOlfMAN
B. W. OIVEMS
1. O. WEATHERFURO
T. J. UIIX
Jr CtmhfJiUt
T. A. RICK
L r. NORTH
Tor irttr
PETTON PARRIHH
GEOKOE DEBORD1
DINK PARMER
WILLIAM H. HESTER
W. A. CARSON
Tar Air
P. L. BECK
B. M. OWENS
R. H. BRONAOSB
P. a BANDIDOK
J. H. BOONE
W. T. OARNER
LATE MOROAB
WHO LONO
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The appointive term of George D.
Florence ns Commonwealth's Attor
ney in thisdistrict expired with
the en dine of circuit court here
this week. Those who predicted
that he would make a splendid of
ficial when he was appointed by
ex-Gov. Willson have had their ex
pectations fully realized. lie has
truly won the encomium "Well done
thoti (rood and faithful servant,"
nnd were it not for the fact that
his all-round cleverness and gener
al popularity is only exceeded by
the meanness of his republicanism,
there is hardly anything in the wny
of office around here that his host
of friends would not try to hand
him. He has been tried and has
made (rood and the best wishes of
all (ro with him as he retires to pri
vate life to resume the practice of
his profession. All (rood wishes are
extended to Ms successor and his
host of friends arc satisfied he will
stake a record, also, v be proud of.
Dispatches from Frankfort sa"
that CoL John H. Wfaalkn and CoL
.Frank McQrath, have been calling
on Gov. McCreary and urging him
to announce as a candidate for Unit
ed States Senator, so as to defeat
Beckham. Better go a little slow,
Governor, is the advice of one of
your strongest friends. See what
-tie'ecustry people have to say about
it, first While "the support of
Louisville is a mighty nice thing to
have, it can't make you win. and the
country people in this part of the
state, appear to think that Beckham
should be given the nomination this
time, since it was stolen from him
by the four democratic traitors in
the legislature before.
Mitt LIMA THAVLtB
WHtMT Gf aWMf wt TW WlPm In
Only fiva More weeks in Sam -Rob
inson's big contest. Work hard now,
girls and rest with tbe music alter
3 ou hare won the piano. Now, girls,
for an inducement, we will continue
to she the same bonus as last week.
Go to jour friends and get them to
work for you. With every suit of
clothes and with every overcoat sold
in the next eight days we will give
a bonus vote of 30,000 extra. Miss
Lenu Tralor wm the dinner set
fercd this week. The standing at last
count was:
J 39.0'JO
J 100,555
J 14&:2bo
410,100
5 135.230
6 13,570
7 15.153
807,775
914,420
1090,450
1140,100
13 15,090
1448,040
15 15,810
10- 76,480
1753,305
18103,960
1044,460
2044.870
2142,900
2240,125
2345.305
2445,495
2553,445
2610,105
2749,350
28 15,265
29 17,450
30 17,655
3145,210
3241,885
33 17,063
3119,270
35 13,810
30 114.630
3746,045
38 46,025
3952,345
40 15,890
4144,435
4245,875
t
4348,395
4449,625
45 17,605
4051,035
4752,575
4840,935
49126,650
5048,115
5149,105
5249,600
5350,225
5448.040
5557,730
5650,165
5749,765
5850,605
5919,465
6019.005
61 17,875
6246,795
6340,325
64 18,335
65 10,405
6649,280
6750.555
6847,810
6972,805
7072,680
7150,710
7243.775
7351,005
74 19,760
7553,305
77152,760
7853,855
79 49.505
8063,443
8162.175
8250,925
8356,245
8464,885
.The Danville City Council has
elected Chenault Huguely, City At
torney to succeed . V. Puryear,
who was elected Commonwealth's
Attorney. The City Fathers of Lit
tle Britain are to be congratulated
No better selection could have been
made.
Friends Want Meunt to Run .
3. R Mnnnt. nf Tjiacaster. who Is
well known in Lincoln and who is
one of the original Wilson men of
Kentucky, is being urged by many
of his friends to make the race for
the state senate from this district
next year. Mr. Mount is a brother-in-law
of Mr. H. J. McRoberts, of
this city, and would have strong
support in Lincoln. The Danville
Messenger Tuesday said: J. R.
Mount of Lancaster has always been
a staunch supporter of Gov. Beck
ham, in fact has always worked and
talked for him not only in Garrard
but all over the state. A number
of Mr. Mount's friends are anxious
for him to enter the race for State
Senato from this District, and the
fact that he is such a warm support
er of Gov. Beckham will make for
him many more friends.
The McCreary County News says
it is for Hon. Robert Harding, of
Danville, for governor.
Mv a Fin Hit.
But the crowd cheered, as, with
bunted hands, he held up a small
ground box, "Fellows 1" he shouted,
this Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold,
bas everything beat for burns."
Right also for boils, ulcers, cores,
pimples, eczema, cuts, sprains brui
ses, barest pue cure, it subdues
inflammation kills pain. Only 25c
at all druggists.
A TEXAS WONDLlf.
, The Texas WwMler cures klwy
ami Matter treubles, removing grav
1, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregu
larities of tbe kidneys and bladder
in both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in hildren. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of SI: One small
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials, from Kentucky and
other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926
Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by
Shagars and Tanner.
ERFJECTIO
BiiaWBEW!
Efficient. 'Will heat a good sized room
even in tbe coldest weather.
Economical. Burns nine hours on one
gallon of oiL
Ornamental. Nickel trimmings; plain
steel or enameled tur
quoise-blue drums.
Portable Easily car
ried from room to
room; weighs only
eleven pounds; han
dle doesn't get hot
DeotWt Sauk
DMNa't Lewk
. Eail CUamW
r Mad Keswick
laMerp !
Lute for yemra
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
iiajni li
We Have Placed onSaleSeveralHundred
Ladies' Suits, Dresses and Skirts at
Prices to Move Them Out Quick. Note
Prices Below and Come Quickly.
d This Sale is for the purpose of cleaning up many odds and ends of garments and while some of the re
IH5 ductions mentioned sound out of reason, we want to emphasize the fact that each reduction advertised
is exactly as mentioned. All our merchandise is marked in plain figures and you can easily verify all
we claim. Come in and look at these advertised lots and if you do not find among these just what you
want, then turn to our latest arrivals in Suits, Coats and Dresses.
You are sure to find these just what you want, as we have received hundreds of new garments in
the last week or so. These late arrivals are "up-to-the-minute."
$9.75-Tailord Suits -$9.75
In this lot are about 65 suits, all of
the very hiohest class New York tailorinq
and finest all wool material. Whil not of
the very latest cut. they are near enouah
in every way to make them wonderfully
pood values- The lininqs are the very best
and colors are navy, black, brown, wine,
mixtures, etc.. and all sizes from 14 size
to 44 bust measure. The materials are
Serges. Cloths, Cheviots and Mannish
Mixtures. The oriojnal prices of these
suits were $25. $30 and $35. and you net
your choice new for $975.
$B.M NEW MACKINAW COATS FOR
MISSES IN SIZES 14. 16 and 18. MADE
OF ALL WOOL PLAIDS. NOW OFFER
ED AT $5.
$5.00-Tail na Suit-$5.00
There are about 15 suits in this lot
and price were $15 to $20 .and are ex
cellent materials and well tailored but not
the newest styles.
CkileWsCMU at H.lf Price
We have lust 25 coats from last sea
son. These are all in sizes from 3 to 14
years, and yeu can take choice for iust
half price. No two alike and if interested
ceme in at once.
Chil.tWttrprofCiM$l.35
We offer excellent Quality Children'
Satteen Rubberized Capes with heeds at
$1.35 in all sizes from 8 year to 14 year
sizes.
A Word About WOOLTEX
Coats and Suits.
T'HIS is our first season as Agents for Wool
tex Coats and Suits and the more we handle
this line the higher is our opinion both of the
merchandise and of their methods.
Every garment carries an INSURANCE
POLICY FOR TWO SEASON'S SATISFAC
TION. Eyery piece of goods is CHEMICAL
LY all wool and guaranteed not to fade.
The Wooltex Paris Bureau make styles and
for this reason are usually one year ahead.
You will never see an advertisements of a
cut price sale on Wooltex garments. Why?
Why is it that while other houses who can
not have Wooltex Coats and suits are having
"cut price" sales, we are getting in a second
line of Wooltex Coats and Suits?
There are 27 reasons why. Ask about them.
Right now our line of Wooltex Coats and
suits is at its best and making pleased con
verts every day. Investigate this.
We are exclusive agents for WOOLTEX
for Boyle, Garrard, Mercer, Lincoln and Casey-counties.
Silk Dresses -All Riimm"
During this sale we will offer our en
tire line of Charmeuse. Crepe Meteor,
Crepe de Chen and Satin Deists at a
reduction of ONE THIRD from our al
ready low prices. As they are worth the
first price this means a savina of one
third to you.
We have them in all the new colors,
and orioinal prices ranqed from $13.50 to
$40 and during this sale they will be from
$9 to $26.
We have a few very desirable Velvet
Dresses which we will include in same
pi ice reduction. '
WE WILL ALSO OFFER CHOICE OF A
LINE OF NEW ALL WOOL SERGE ONE
PIECE DRESSES AT $5.00. SEVERAL
STYLES AND COLORS AND AI0UT
THE PRICE OF MATERIAL. ALL SIZES
Hint Drtini $1.00
We have iust received another let if
excellent House Dresses which we WIN of
fer at choice for $1. These are well made
and in excellent styles, and materials are
Ginahams and Percales. All sizes up to
46 bust measure.
All Weol skirts $2.95
We offer choice of a big line of all
wool Skirts in newest styles at $2.95. The
materials are Serges. Voiles. Corduroys
and Mixtures. Most of these are entirety
new and sold at $5. and there are also
some from last season that sold at $7 and
A. B. Robertson & Bro.
DANVILLE, KENTUCKY
Tth m
'tore QTfort
goats $txs
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"Ski
FOR AGED PEOPLE
Old Folks Should be Careful in Their
Selection of Regulative Medicln.
We have a safe, dependable and
altogether ideal remedy that is par
ticularly adapted to tbe require
ments of ased people and persons of
weak constitutions wno suiter irom
eonstination or other bowel disor
ders. We are so certain that it will
relieve these complaints and tave ab
solute satisfaction in every parti
cular that we offer it with our per
sonal iruaTantee that it shall cost
the user nothing if it fails to sub
stantiate our claims. This remedy
is called Rcsall Orderlies.
Keiall Orderlies have a soothing
healing, strengthening, tonic and re
gulative action upon the bowels.
They remove all irritation, dryness,
soreness and weakness. They re
store the bowels and associate or
gans to more vigorous and healthy
activity. They are eaten like candy,
may be taken at any time without
inconvenience, do, not cause any
griping nausea, diarrhoea, excessive
looseness, flatulence or other dis
agreeable effect. Price 25 cents and
10 eeots. Sold only at our store
The Rexall fjtore, Penny's Draff
Store.
Prone vour Thanksgiving dinner
order to Farris. 94-1.
Hair?
Want
Long
And you would like long
hair? Rich, heavy hair?
Beautiful, luxuriant hair?
That is perfectly natural, and
we are here to help you.
Ayer's Hair Vigor is a great
aid to nature in producing
just the kind of hair you de
sire. Do not be afraid to
use it. No danger of its col
oring your hair. The ingre
dients are all given 'on each
label, thus enabling your
doctor to wisely advise you
concerning Rs use. Consult
Mm frMly. tie knows.
au . . i
ltH,
Lost a pair of gold frame glasses
in town .Monday or Ilu&tonvillc pike.
Kinder will jileasc return to this of.
ficc or to J. S. Mobley at McKinney
and receive Teward. 92-tf.
Paint Lick
Joo JlcCormack and family have
conu to Hendersonville, N. C, to
spend the winter on account of the
health of hu wifo.
Antlinnv MpKniL'lit ban rented
Mrs. Sallie McCormack's farm near
.Manse for too year l'JU.
Tlr Pnrlnn Fish, nf Frnnkfort. is
visiting hi8 fnther, f. C. Pish who
is on tho sick hbt. .
Our postmaster A. D. Estridge is
at Crab Orchard at the Sanatorium.
Anthony Jett has the foundation
completed on which he expects to
build an up to date barber shop.
Tom Logsdon, of Berea has mov
ed his family to Paint Lick and
is clerking for Woods & Treadway.
J. M. Metcalf, our druggist will
move his family over in his drug
store.
Miss Eliza Rucker has been over
o Lftxington for a slight operation
and has returned borne suck im
proved. Calm OalUway, who nesstly
! married Mrs. Annie Stngner hao
been down and isited tho family of
V. C. Fish, his grandfather.
Our school building is about com
pleted, but ou account of seats and
furnnce not being ou the ground will
not be ntile to open for a week or
more. Miss Skinner, of Garrard baa
been added to tho list of teuchers
for our school. Miss Edith Wood,
of Illinois, a niece of Mrs. Woods
nnlker will teach music in connec
tion with out school.
Rev. Oodbey, of the Methodist
church filled his appointment last
Sunday ut Wnlmctta. This church
has been much improved by a fresh
coat of paint.
Sensible Women Know
Foundation of Health
Aa health talk to women become
more central, both In the newipapera
and on the platform, the maaa or women
are vbeilnnin to realize what the more
cuuivaiea nave aiwayi Known, that
ood health cannot t found In a powder
box. The externala of health may be
obtained In that way, but tbe baafa of
health Ilea deeper, and yet la juit aa
aally obtained.
The moat Important thliur. that a
woman can do for heraelf, and about
which aha la often moat neclectful, la
to watch the condition of her atomach
and bowela. The weary eye. the bad
breath, the frequent headachea. the
plmplea. the ceoeral air of laaaltude la
nine tlraea out of tea tbe reault of con
etlnatloa or laolcaatloa. or both, ltany
almpla remediee can be obtained, but
the beat la ft Mtlasatlea of moat
wonea la Dr. CaldweH'a Syrup PepeJn.
It Ut atlld. aleaaaat to tha taaU aad
aaaUy aaltao to fear aeeAs. it la far
laiiperlor to aalta. cathartic pllla. watera.
etc, which are entirely too violent.
I Women ahould ee to It that thev
have at leant one movement of tho
bowela each ilay, and when ehowlnc any
tendency to oonatlpatlon ahould take
Pr" ,iC"idwen Hv.ruJ 'epaln In the
email ilbae preacribed. A brief uaa of
It will ao train the atomach and bowel
mtlsoljtB ,ha, Mil m a. ....1-1
dlepenaed with. Then oplnlona are
voiced by thouaanda of women, after
peraonal experience, among them Mlaa V.
Tnn., and Florence Cook, Lucaa, Ky.
AnJfon? w'hlna- to make a trial of thl
rnedy before buying It In tha reculer
xr..or.vd.r.udy. ?.? ?f ?
&L.S " "eat to the Wm
at oaUcaUo, JtL Tour aaaaa aaa aiieaaa
a a peatal ear. vl Sfc
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