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I SEMI A WEEKLY INTERIOR u JOURNAL Sf
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VOL X XVI II 3Gc t
NEVIS OF THE VICINAGE
Mrs Polly Page aged 8 l died In
Coluuibla I
jl Tho tax levy In MUdlBBboro has
boon fixed nt I 2
A iHMlolllcfl linn boon 08tabll lioil aL
Wnolnin Clay county wllto Haimiol J
Wool in poiuiMBiuii
A new prwtoillaa has bon oatu IIAh
uil at Asburf Madison county Uobo
rah F Parvon iiosUnustor
The 111tu rap says that Mm
lllchanl While who dial nl Doylur
vlllo a tow days aka weighed hue MM
JaiLO Culvert of Junction l Ity
dli d In Arl oiw wham tin want fill hili
lnulili flu was well known here hat
Ing assisted thu Stanford bund to play
on a nutnbur of oocaflonrt
Gon Manager O K limns of thu L
V N her appended C It PhelfM 1111
perlntcmlnnl of ironKiriuilon Irv wag
assistant au > erlnMndottl ill NIL hlIlo
J L Welsh will iraoMMl him and W
M Newbold guetwailt Webb
The arrest unit convloilon In Co inn
Juilgtt Million rouri last Saturday of
Solon Black a former Negro Itbod
teacher of Point Lacivel ttarrard coun
ty on the oil a rg u of jwddllng tuauhore
examination question polve a mye
wry which hall long puzzled tim school
o Ilccrs In this section Kvery year for
several yoar pant It linn boon dlecov
creel just before ttmohera oxamtoatlon
that tho ofllolal question woro In tho
hand of numerous wouldbo applicants
for lonelier carliflcatoft In this Oar
Mrili Uookeaatle Jackson and Instill
rounllcM and denplto the Tlgllnnne or
tho onioars the quMtlon paddler orI
ways managed to esoapo doteotlon
lUchmond Climax
A poaoa agruamonl haw boon ranched
nl Mlddloiboro 11 C Ford III to re
sign as mayor and W II Tumor It to
get the place whleh the praxonl coun
cil had declared vacant TurneD and
City Judge Boworih Are tit got their
salary which the city oonnoll had re1
ftued to pay These coneewlouH wore
inado by the democrat while the ro
publicans ugrowl to have all the dep
uty sherlJIe taken 1M and to Hop the
prosecution of exChief of Polloa King
who U Indlovod for eonftdnrallng to
kilt and nl o to use their InOueuM In
having toe IndloUnanl aRnlntt elo
lion offenders quashed Both sldea
agree U > uo all their moral force to
help prtuwve law and ordor
CAM POll PURCIXOr COtfVKN
TICKS
I
Pursuant te UM order of the demo
crallo Stew executive coMtuliice the
UomocrnU oT Lloorfti eouoty will as
I tumble nl their re gietlve voting plautrt
In each precinct July 11 at t V M
standard Una to ttalccl delennuw to n
county coHvonUofl Ui > a held al Uia
rourlhouM In Stanford July 10th S
1 M vtandanl time fr We purpoio of
appointing eight eouiily delegates to
tin HUUI convonllnnnlLexlnRlonJuIy
Huh tii nominal H oaniJIdnW for gov
ernor
Stanford No nntlllad to 1 delegates
i it 4 it 1 yu
I e 3a t 3e
u 1to It I
Uuitonvlll No1 1
i it j u Xu
u u 311 3
Crab Orchard No 1 3 ot
i i 2U j
WInetlbnrlC No 1tr a
n 2 I
1 J 1 11
All domooruu who aredcrotod to the
principle of lht parly mid dwlra to
ace those prlnoJples uoaeail lId who
will fool In honor bfliind U > support the
nomlnaoB of Uio warty have n right
and are untitled to wrllclKit in throe
precinct nioellnirJOHN
JOHN W IIOIMK8 Chmn
no
Kinzstllle Llacoln county
Randall Cook wits acolqontally cut
with an HXO oiuiHlnir n BBVOJO wound
Ho was taken to Dr Thoinp nni olllco
whuro ho received attention and In now
t
Improving
ImprovingLittle
Little Minn Wllllo May MrlMiuc of
Chatunoojra was the 111I1t4L of her
aunt MM II C Iunnylwnkar The
latter and duughter Mrs Dan Dlnocn
of Somorsot aro at Shakortown to
spend tho Ith Tho few vounjf iioople
who did not go to Stanford spent the
4th of July under the trees of Crolgh
ton Avenue whoro they enjoyed pie
nle dinner and later In tho evening
t
repaired to the cottage whore tousle
and dancing woro served to order
until a Into or early hour John Pin
iiill of Somerset was tho pleasant
guest of friends hero Sunday Master
Fred BurjjlH of Louluvtllo has been
the guest of J A MclveoVi famlv thc
past weoc
Half rates to Atlanta and return via
the Southern Hallway In connection
with the Queen Crescent Route
Double dally throiiRh trains July 10
and 17 account Atlanta Battle Field
Reunion Tickets good to return until
July Md
July 21 nd2 account Southern Kp
worth Loa uo meeting Tickets Rood
lo return until Aujr 1st
Apply lo nearest njont of tho South
ern Railway or Queen ft Crescent
Houto or address Win II Tuyloo A
G p A Louisville Ky
Mrs Mutate Miller of Bourbon
aged 13 Is tbo mother of a healthy In
taut
t
W
it II f L I
r LiMATRIMONIAL MATTERS f
ICpr W O Vitcil received a loin
grain yoslerJny utallni that hit niece
I
Mica Marv Cluy Thompson of Chicago
I
Tim IilUUK
und Mr Edward Andrew Dewitt or
Michigan woro married Wednesday
Thu brldo Is one of tho most beautiful
and charming of women and bor many
friends hers send happy greetings nnd
slncoro congratulations
Mrs J P Beldam writes us that she
had just cotUjii news that Mills Maggie
roe Saunders who used to live In Stan
ford was married at the Chicago Ave
MHO eburch on the 21sl to Mr W L
Uunt of thai city The bride la a
daughter of MM IluottU and a grand
daughter of Mr Joe Mao James and
has many friend hero who wish her
all the joys that happy wedded life can
bring
bringJ
J S Turpln and Miss Leo Vaugh
both of tho Mllledgovlllo section were
married at the oourt houtio yesterday
by Elder J G Livingston
Kansans are to busy that It It men
tioned as a Mcriflce that a Dickinson
county farmer stopped harvesting long
enough to attend the weddings of his
Lhreo daughters
throodauchternA
A judge ut Fi Scott Kiln granted a
divorce to a dissatisfied woman bat
aroused her Ira by forbidding her to
marry tho same day But oho took tie
new man promptly tho day after
BRIEF NEWS NOTATION
Four alilldren were killed and 2t oth
eN Injured by an explosion of fireworks
at Philadelphia
PhiladelphiaNlnotoun
Nlnotoun oolorud roustabouts wore
drowned near Norfolk Va by the
sinking of a barge
The wife and child of John Perkins
llvirHrnear Sailtevilla wore truck by
lightning and ktllbd
A lanK of gasoline In the railroad
yards ut Parkertburg W Va ox plod
ed killing six and wounding X other
persons
XjrconHThe
The Bra IOMCB this year have bean
far above the average and the returns
of the lib halHl to swell thu grand to
Lit I
IHnrrors
Horrors Lead on each others hoots
In New York tIO fast Ihajr follow lira
In the crowded tenements there caused
n loss of IS lives
Judge Parker of fvoxlngton hai un
liar advlsemejit thp question whether
It t0 punlibmenl to send a bay to tho
houses of Reform
The Chicago Rook Inland railroad
will nOiomploy man who use cigar
etlnt and will jpUohurjio nhy employe
Olllllfht u81 nit tiolft
The d mand Is tense that Japan bo
given the job of walloping China
while the other Powers stand by and
see the Job wnll done
After M days the emit street rail
way HI rlku at St fouU has iioonclo
olarml niT and an agrcemunl has been
Blftnud Tho old wage schedule con
tlnuen In force but employee may Join
any union The penally for inilmlda
linn Indisohiirgo Cotnmlltcos of cm
ployiM will he recognized and old em
ployer Ixoopt those engaged in riot
Ing will be rutnstntod as vacancies ocj
uu Fifty thousand dollars worth or bus
iness property was destroyed by a lire
In Frankfurt old tho family of J L
Haley u retired merchant birolv CB
oapud loath In tho HUIIIUH Tho prop
arty destroyed was located nl the cor
nor of St Clair and Broadway stroolft
just lu front of thu State Capitol build
Inge The fire was caused by the ex
ploilou of llniworkH
IlrnwnrkaDlrcct
Direct The Child
Ho who nlitvka ji clilhl with terror
Stole Ito pluy and sllils Its kong
Jjnl nliikio commit an error
Hut 11 grievous mend wioii
Ole It phi and lIver rlllr lu
Active life In no defiwti
Never nuvur break lu spirit
Curb It only tadiiiOt
Vnuld you stop thin nowlng river
Thinking It would CUM to How
Onwiiril mint It gi forever
Hotter twicl It where to KO
r
A gentleman who noticed such
things tulle us that ho counted 70
wheat fluid a between Stanford and
Danville and ao of thorn bud boon
throbbed making 2V to 30 Iwsholu per
acre
A
y
MIDDLEBURG
John Paul and Sam Leonard have
returned from Coopcrsvlllo where they
havo been hauling for W T Durham
Mrs J M Durham and Sam Brook re
turned homo Friday from a visit among
relatives In Taylor county Jason Cal
fey also returned from Laticalt > r Mlw
Until Gruen of Covlrigton Is letting
her brother liov Gen Green Mr
James Sjrapeorj of LuncaHlor In visit
Ing nor parents Mr and Mrs William
Myuri Dr 13 Wosloy and fatuity
also of Lancaster made a Dying visit
to this place Saturday and returned
dome Sunday
In our lust letter wo overlooked tbo
most Important Item tho plonlo given
by tho Baptist Sudnoy school In Jono
Park hint Thursday which was vary
much enjoyed by all old and young
Besides thu bountiful supply of grub
and other refreshments they had g < Htd
music und appropriate III Kcchcs reel
tallons etc all of which have been
highly complimented und especially
the recitations given by the little
Misses Huth und Martha Dye the four
and fivcj earold daughters of Mr and
Mrs WT Dye Tho manner In whloh
thov performed their parts was worthy
of considerable commendation
Mr J K CoQVy of Yoscmltc had
his cash drawer robbed of from V to
n When called to dinner Mr Coffey
closed his store and went to his meal
but a young gentleman whoso name
la Frank Chapman u 1U or 11 yearold
son of tho Widow Chapman formerly
of Yosemite but now of Stanford had
concealed himself somewhere Inside
the building and finding himself all
alone and In full control no proceeded
to supply himself with pocket change
and Immediately started for Stanford
bit was nvcnaken before ho reached
that city by Mr Coffey who recovered
13 of his money and allowed tho young
man to proceed on his journey
821 60 to St Paul and return Tho
Monon route will sell tickets to St
Paul and return ui 21i 50 from Louis
ville Ky on July 11 16 and 10 good
returning until July 21st On presen
tation of a roundtrip ticket from St
Pau to any point beyond adding a
value of 85 or mote and by payment of
60 cents fee extension of limit will bo
granted by tho Joint agent at St Paul
to Aug 21st Particulars of E II Ba
con D P A Motion Route Louisville
Ky
s
PECI cENTS
NNOVNCt
QUEEN CRESCENT
ROUTE
B P U Convention Cincinnati
0 July 1215
Ono fare for the round trip to Allan
la Ga Atlanta battlefield reunion Ju
ly 1820 1000 Annual conventIon Y
P C U Unlvcrsallsl church July 11
18 1000 See your Itekol agent for par
llculars
Last fall sprained my loft hip while
handling some heavy boxes The doctor
I called on said at first it wits a Blight
strain and would noon IK > well but it
grew worse and the doctor then said I hail
rheumatism It continued to grow worse
cud I could hardly get around to work
I went to a drug store and the druggist
rconimcmlcd mo to try Chamberlains
Pain lialm I tried It and onohulf of a
60 cent bottle cured me entirely I now
ucomnuiul to nil my rrlenlAI A
lUilcouK Erie Pa It is for sale by
Craig A Hooker
hookerA
A GAUD OP THANKS
I whit to say that I feel under lasting
obligations for what Chamberlains Cough
llumedy has dono fur our family Wo
have used It In BO ninny cases of coughs
lung trouble and whooping cough ami it
lias always given the most perfect satis
faction we feel greatly indebted to the
manufacturers this remedy and wish
them to please accept our hearty thanks
Itespeclfully MitaS Derv Des Moluen
Iowa For dale by Craig locker
alebPowers
Tho cases of Calob Powers John
Davis Uarland Whltlakcr Tallow
Dick Combs and Henry Youtscy In
dicted for being accessory before the
fact In tho aaausalnallon of Gov Goo
bol aro set for trIal at Georgetown
next Monday The Louisville Dis
patch an assassination organ says
there Is nOL the slightest doubt about
the readiness of tho accused for Ida
und they will demand U at once
WANTKU Wo want a fow more
good agents of either sex to take or
doll good wagon permanenl position
uxoluiilvo territory Address Box IHI
Danville Ky
VOLUAIIIC TIORS
Are grnud but Skin Uniplliin mil lire of Joy
ISuckiHii Arnlrn S lvo < > iir c thrin ale < II < I Hun
iiliiK aid toe Some Ul < tr I lolls Kcloni Corn
cornlW
wart CUll lindens tlUWI Scold UpiaJ
lUndi Chlllilalni lint Illo cure on erlli
pdeeeun1 Pates and Acbei Only 26c a Lox Cure
Kuaranlml SolJ lir fanny DruggUt
Mackinac excursion tickets are now
on sale by tho Monou Route from Lou
isvlllo to Macklnac Mich and return
going via Chicago and Marquette the
hay fever cure and returning direct
roulcs with liberal limits and stopover
privileges utruto of 830 from Louis
villa Address 10 U Bacon D P A
LonUvlllu
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LANCASTER
Tho location party at Mss Lena
Brlghis Tuesday night called out a
largo crowd and many nice presents
Hurnih for Black for governor I
etlll havo the opinion that I had a year
ago HU U tho logical candidate and
hI will inuka u model governor
I am glad to learn that Editor F J
Campbell of thu Snmer uL Journal III
batter for ho uarUilnly Issues one of
the brightest piiH > rs lu the Stale
Judge ItG Wtlltttinaiif Ml Vornon
will b I unit ut tho judges lo iho contest
on tho 12th Other competent man will
ho selected aid un Impartial decision Is
assured
akmirudAu
Au li taken people to mILieu newt
nothing occurred harD Wednesday as
most of our pcoplo went to your city
to uttond tho uolobraUon They report
a large crowd and ithaI yenorally
Many seats huvo been taken for the
elocutionary contest Thursday night
July 13rind It promisee 111 be the grout
out event of tho year Wrllu or telt
puouo MeHobertH1 drug store If yci
want a good neat
Since the mind reader wua here Ed
Bishop his been doing rotna clever
work In that line He oan fluid urtleU
that have been concealed and In many
cases he can toll wheaa person U think
Ing about Some are afraid ui puller
lain evil thoughts In hid presence
Gen D R Collier has called a ic
publican mass convention for July 11
to select delegates from this county to
tbo State convention ut Louisville on
the 17th to nomlnato a candidate for
governor to bo defeated by Hon Jim
D Black Even Taylor and Flnlej
will not support the nominee of that
convention
Alexander Bourne was plowiug u
horse Tuesday which ran away and
when ho caught him ho bit him on the
urn Inlllctlng a wound and tearing his
shut Ieevu oft On Wednesday the
horse bit himself and died pawing the
earth and foaming at the mouth Dr
Herring was culled to see Bourne and
rrcat anxiety Is felt as the horse may
have boon mud
Prof J II Patterson leave today to
attend the National Educational Asso
ciation ot Charleston S C going from
thore to the historic Fort Surnptor
Judoe J C Hemphlll and daughter
Mlu Theo are attending the Cbau
tauqun tins week Mr Tom Slovene
has bought the interest of A K Crone
In the maul market owned by GaHl <
noau A Crone
Miss Slants Elkin la visiting III Nleh
olasvllle Misses Honoywopi lulTraan
Maud and Fay Uobeon will visit rein
tives hero next week Mr and Mca
George Lusk have returned from Now
Mexico where Mr Lusks health was
much Improved Mr R G Wards
new residence will soon bo completed
The modern Siamese twins aro Jack
and Jess who arc inseparable Trad
Bra and farmers will understand
A few hours stay In your allythe
place of my nativity on Tuesday was
cortaluly a source or gratification to
one who has been a pilgrim for 10
years Tho faces of Judges Carson
Alcorn Bailey Col Welch Sam Owe
ley Tom Dalton Al Warren Hurra
MoRobortH and many others looked as
familiar to mo as 8100 bills and a llttlo
more eo W P and K C Walton with
a heavy ofllee force were running 3000
copies of tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL on
thai largo now press which Is the fin
est one in tills Buotion of the State The
editor was acting as dreiran and en
gineer while the business manager was
conductor
WOULD NOT SUFFKK SO AGAIN
KOIt FIFTY TIM 13 ITS PltlCli
I awoke last night with spvtiro pain in
lily stomach I never felt eo budly in all
my life When 1 mine down to work
lltfe morning I felt MI weak I could hard
ly work I wont to Stupor rip McCurdys
drug store and they recommondod Charm
lerlnins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy It worked like magic and one
dose fixed me all right It curtalnly is
the finest thing I ever need for stomach
roubo 1 shall not be without It in lay
home hereafter for I should not euro to
endure the su tarings of last night again
for fifty time Its priceO H WIUON
Jvcryman Hiirgoltslnwn Wnshinglon
01a This remedy U for sale by
Craig A Hooker
WAN SIICRoMr J M Johnson
has been near Mlntonvllle organizing
a lodgo of Maccadoos Mr U II Sin
IcCon bought a horse and buggy from
Mr C P Faulconer of Danville S P
Joocu bought a hue cow and calf of
Bright Forrlll for 310 Rev Ira Par
tin Oiled hit appointment hero latt
Sunday nnd preached to a large con
I regitlon
PREVEnTED A TRAGEDY
Timely Informitlon gUcii Mr Irurge t > oox of
New SlrallirlllP Ohio jiroTtnted K dreaded Inge
dy nml uvixl two 11111 A frljihiful rough hat
jiifkrpt hn awake vrY might She but trlwl
litany icmwIlN and cloclun hut meaillljr grew
wore lIulll urged 10 try Itr KiOiCaKev l > brav fjr
Una bottle wholly cured her argil she wrlu dds
nrrrlou 1IIe1i lie aho cured Mr lung of a ie
verd attack of Iueuiuuiilu Sutli furn are 1I0I01
tie proof of the lualohleM uitrti of ililt grand
i nir < ly for curing all throat clutt unit lung Irou
hues Only Mk soul 81 Every bottle guatuul < l
frllll liotllet free al IVanya Drug Slore
or
rho United Slated battleship Oregon
which ran ashore off the Island of Boo
Kle In tho Miao Tao group has been
floated oil showing that she was not
damaged as much as thought
Two persona were killed und M In
jured In a railroad wreck In Montana
1L
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POLITICIANS AND POLTICS
A dispatch says that Gov Bcckhai
Is the greatest attraction at the con
vention
Judge John II Coopur 01 Mt Stcrl
lag has taken tho slump for Lion Jas
D Black
I1lnokThe
The WlnobuHtor Demoariii is print
Ing a Series of strong articles favoring
the amendment of the oleotlon law
Judo William RlcnunUon was nom
bated by thin democrats of tbo Ulgbt
Alabama district to succeed Gun Joe
WbeolurfComlDonVoalthlI
fComlDonVoalthlI Attorney James
D Garnett of Trigg Is the latest can
didate for thu democratic nomination
for governor
1C0ernorfho
The Pautngraph admits that Bon
W B Smith could beat Yerkea Any
of them can do that bilL we want n
man whey can beat him 25000 or more
Ho pronounces li Rottoevcli with
the accent on tho first syllable and the
1 o long as In ro o Now dont call him
Rusevolt Glllolnnlitl Commercial IM
buoe
The monthly statement of the public
dubs shows aL the ulosa of buclnoss
Juno 30 tills debt leas cash lu the treas
ury amounted to 81107 71 1JW a do
crease for the month of 14SII7C53
This ducriiifo U accounted fur l > y an
increase in cash on hand ODd by re
demption of iwo pur cent lands
A dispatch from Richmond Vusayi
that Col Campbell Is vary bitter In his
denunciation of tho assassination of
Gov Goobol Among other things he
Bald Wo are working to bring these
atMiMtiiiH to justice und W S Taylor
a fugitive from justice will be brought
back to Kentucky to stand trial at the
proper lime
Hero are a Cow of the things that
voters will do well to make an especial
study of between now and election day
Tho Alger embalmed beef scandalTbe
financial collusion between John D
Rockefeller and Secretary Gage The
tariff oppression of tho Porto Ricans
The United Stales army outrages on
tho Couur dAlcno miners authorized
by William McKluley Murder theft
und mismanagement In the Philip
pines Poslofllce rascallly and ember
tetneni In Cuba The Hay Pauncolort
treaty by which wo arc to build the
Isthmian oanal when England com
mands ItNew York Journal
Editor Nowlon who used to edit the
Richmond Climax says In his Owen
inn Herald Wo entertain tho high
est regard for the 58ntlemrn from Mad
hon county who Is an avowed candi
dato for governor and take pleasure in
expressing the opinion thai ho would
Oil the executive chair to a nlcotv but
for tho sake of an oldtlmo friendship
we would like to offer two suggestions
Thocnndldato who makes an uncondi
tional repeal of the Goebel election law
his platform will be hindmost man In
the convention to bo hold on the 10th
of July and the candidate who Is
championed by tho Louisville Dispatch
will be no where In the race
afore
Not only havo the ministers and oth
or foreigners In Pokln been abandoned
to tbolr fate but ibo International
forces may oven be unable to hold Tien
Tsln Any aggressive movement Is
Impossible without rconforceinents
and It may be necessary to retire be
fore the Chinese force thai is assemb
ling An ugly feature of tbo situation
Is the ontonto between the Powers Is
In danger Chinese servants who were
employed at the legations In Pokln arc
said to havo brought news that after
a desperate resistance the foreigners
had been overcome and put to death
Horrible torture has been Inlllcted by
the Chinese on prisoners
CHURCHES AND PREACHERS
Dr Wm Sholton will 1111 the Meth
odist pulpit ut 11 A 1It Sunday
Tho Baptist church has bought the
Btakoraan property adjoining the
present location of the church and will
begin shortly the erection of a very
large and commodious place of worship
on the two lots Tho now church wit >
bo modern and convenient and will
necessarily bo largo lo accommodate
the congregation Danville News
CIIBAP ICE CltEAMTako a gal
lon of now milk and place all of It
except a pint or a little more Into
A pan over tbo lire and let It be
dealing With the pint make u good
custard using two eggs and thicken
with twO ounces of corn Hour When
the milk approaches the boiling poInt
add the custard stirring it constantly
till It thickens Set usido to cool and
when cold freuzo In tho ordinary way
STORY OF A SLAVE
To Ieloutidnand amid IL for years by the
ihaluaof dbeaaeU the wont form of darrry
ieorfu l > WIUIaiM of Maucnnier Mich trill
IOVT Hh a tlave vA made free lie najri My
rift hat been to kd > lMi for lit years lhat the
uiikl trot turn orrr In Let aluM ltter u lnn to
ioiilr of mlClrk Jlltten iheli womlrifiilly Ian
irotrJ and allle to do tier own wok Thli m
preen rriuulr Ibr Innate dlwaess nultkly Utl
itirvouaiKM nl vnl Mii < uivlanclioly heaJaihe
1IIh talnling anti illtftv KIwlU Tile tr
I o wetting 1111111110 Is a IIIull week akky
nil down woi < le Kitty Iwtllo guaranteed Only I
no Sold Ur IVrany Drug Ut
A Tacoma street car filled with pas
oners jumped Into u gulch over 100
feet deep Tblrtjilx bodies wore tak
eu from the wreck and out of the 05
other passongnrs wbo were Injured ills
expected thaI nearly bait will die
I Put Murphy ibo wellknowu Louis
l vlllo newsboy aged 60 U dead
m Gal
1
Thats what Mfr ped1 Rill IIf Fantc
Kny suit AKIIIII Ae etMolnlaly square genii
genuIne t
tohave
have iomnny to more bark o our iiw stnircr < MMn
The opportunity of the season to get a bar
gain in a suit
Clothing Hats Furnishings Shoes
IT PAYS TO TRADE AH
do
THE 6LJIBE
Your rtoner buck If yonrp not eaitaOwli
Miller Hirsch Danville
SueccMom to J L Frohman Co
t
W J4a1PAE1t
For 4 Cents I
In my Store road y to hang I have 30UW rolls of newest patterns of Wall Papeu
PapeprIGOShe
We Hang the Paper Cheaper than Any
Place in Kentucky
You see the i lftlor matched up just f It wilt look on tbo wall and got it at onco
M
cheaper than any hookhouM can sell It A large stock or PAlllts and fainters Sup
Supplies
plies on hand and 1lcturei framed on short notice in latott styles
A E GIBBONS DANVILLE KY
No 506 Main Street
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Trusses
Of All Kinds and Sizes PricesVe ry Reason
able
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Craig locker Stanford
OQGQ2 H3t6Q oatlii
A C SINEto 1
CONTRACTOR BUILDER
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f I make close estimates on work and 3
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