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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL
STANFORD KY AUG 17 igoo I
E 0 WALTON BUSINESS MANAOKR
n
THE best materials combined with
euro skill and accuracy Insure good
t results No other methods aro over
used In our prescription work Penny
Drug Store
StorePERSONALS
PERSONALS
J R BUSH continues ill with furor
Mns DR STHELB BAIABY is quite
Btuk J N BAILEY of Mercer was hero
this week
NOUN to the wife of J B Wade a
lli pound boy
Mit 0 B COOPKU If troubled with
chlllu and fever
Miss ELLEN BALLOO went to Ole
cinnati yesterday
MK BOWMAN SMITH Is down from
Corbin for a few day
MISS NETTIE WIIAV has returned
from Dripping Springe
Miss ANNin MoKiNNEY Is caehlcr
In Illgginfl fc McKlnnoyi
Mit I F STKEIE of Iluitonvlllo Is
In Kantas City on business i
GROVER McGinitB 01 Jefferson Is
visaing his uncle W S McGuire
Miss SALLIK POPE of Springfield
is the guest of Mrs J S Uundlcy
JOHN BlltOHT came down from Grays
to attend the burial of his little niece
GEOHGE LEt JAMES is back at Crab
Orchard from to Philippine Island
MKSSUH G L PBSNY and S J Em
bry Jr were In Lexington this week
Miss MEU1K HOPPER of Huston
villa Is tho guenof Miss Lucllo Cooper I
Bou HOLDEHMAN Is with his parents I
At Lebanon taking a much needed
rest HON B B KINO of Moroland and
wile had a happy family reunion tho
other day
Miss LizziK PORTMAN Is back from
a protracted visit to Mrs S P Stagg
In Shelby
ShelbyJOHN went up to Whitley
yesterday to bay cattle sheep and hogs
for Lutes Co
Da A S 1RICR will be back from
his healthseeking tour and In his
office Monday next
LITTLE Miss MATTIE MAY ALVEU
BON of Richmond Is visiting Mr and
Mrs J M Alvoron
JUDOS T 7 MORROW of Somerset
was on Wednesdays train bound for
the YVllllamsburg fair
MRS MOLLIE INQRAM and children
of Erwin Teen are visiting her lath
er Mr hue Ilumlltou
OSOAU HUFFMAN and Kmllo Meier
who have attended
are among the manywho
the Lexington fair this week
Miss EUZAIIETH PICKKTT returned I
homo Tuesday after an extended visit
to hot slstee Mrs Will Severance
Miss ELLA MAY SAONDERS and
guests 1I1 Ualllo and Vlrglleno
Dullard are with friends at Livings
ton MISSES Lou AND HELEN HOOKER
and W S Huffman of Hustonvlllo at
tended the reception given by Miss Lu
clio Cooper
Miss EMMA UUNN bus returned from
the Hustonvlllo fair She report what
she did not see was not on the pro
gram Adalr News
Dit Itr1 JONES left yesterday
morning for New York City to attend
a course of lectures Ho will be back
at his olllco by Sept 15
MBSOAMKS W N CRAIQ and J C
Bailey are at Crab Orchard drinking
ltd healthgiving waters They arc
quartered at Mrs flams
MRS C C PARRISH and children
who bave been guests at Col T P
fins left yesterday morning for their
homo at Clifton Forgo Va
Jolla R BROOKS who has a good
position with the Western it Atlantic
R U at Atlanta spent several days
with his mother at Crab Orchard
MRS KlLA ROSE and daughters
Misses Pearl nod Margaret and Miss
Alice Drye of Hustonvllle were hero
Wednesday consulting dentists and
hopping
MISSES ANNA Luc COOK and Mattlo
Mcnclco left Thursday for Harrods
burg to bo tho guest of Miss Mary Kay
Solleo who has been visiting them tho
past week
HON G A LACKEY G T Lackey
and wife John H Engleman Jr and
wife W T Smith and MIdi Anna Mil
ler Peyton loft yesterday for the Lox
ington lair
MRS WII WEAHEN Miss Mollio
Daugherty Messrs G C livens W
W Withers Will and Sam Mathcny
It C Engleman Jrnd Craig Gooch
and others wont to Loxlcgton Wednes
day most of them to tho fair
MUCH sympathy Is felt for Mrs John
P Jones In the loss of her mother I
MraJM Elliott who died In Wash
ington City Tho remains wero brought
to Lexington for Interment Mrs El
liott had frequently visited her daugh
tor hero
LOCALS
NEW Disc plow at Higgins t Mc
IlnooylII
BuaaiE3 harness whips o cheap
at Wcaren BrosII
SEE our force pumps New and Im
proved G U Farris CoII
I
DONT forget Mr D W Vandevcere
Bale of town lots tomorrow afternoon
W C ALFORD writes that It was a
mistake about himself and family being
hurt In a runaway and we arc clad to
know that U was
wasCATALOGUESW0
CATALOGUES Wo can supply you
with catalogues to tho Liberty Brod
head and Barbourvllle fairs All youve
I got to do is to call
t
i
ASIC to ice tho 11 wAIst for buy
fled klrle All strain carried from tbo
shoulder John P JODelII
I
STORU Foil SALB Clean free
stock of Groceries Hardware c
Firstclass stand Satisfactory reason
for selling Warren Shanks
YOUR taxes arc I now past duo and
you must not put oil paying them long
er but come at onco S M Owens
sheriff
GOOD crowds urn attending the HUB
tonvllla colored fair this week and tho
shore of stock Is first clase The grot
cake walk will como olT this afternoon
Bid SALE Lincoln Wells the Yc
Semite stare and heading king write
us thai ho Is just back from Louisville
whore ho sold 500000 staves and head
logs
struck a tree close Lo
where Will Uothwoll was guarding
Walter Ulatle watermelon patch tho
other day and that gentleman wa
knocked down by the shock Fortu
nately for him ho was not badly hurt
TilK Stanford will furnish rau
sic for the soldiers reunion near Klnge
vlllo which begins next Wcdncsdaj
and continues three days Mr W L
McCarty Is qn tho committee of ar <
rangomcnu which Is a guarantee thai
everything will bo In apple plo order
Bio PATCIIW A Brooks of Cral
Orchard who Is back from a visit to
his relative Mr J E Carson former
ly of this county but now an Arkania
farmer tolls us that that gentlcmai
has the biggest watermelon patch ho
oversaw There aro 800 acres In Wand I
300 In a cantaloupe patch near by
McWiiORTElt Mrs Mary MeWbor
lor wife ot Mr J W McWhorter
died at M Iddlcburg Tuesday nightagcd
08 alter an Illness of 10 days She was
a splendid Christian woman and popu
gar with all Besides her splendid bus
band a largo family all grown are left
to mourn the Iota of a excellent wife I
and loving mother I
VALCAIILK PAINT sITMr I
Joseph Harris of Knoxvllle who Is I
with his relative Mr Wm Dougherty
has leased 85 acres of land near Eu
banks where be has found valuable
paint deposit Tho chrome yellow and
other paints have been tested by ex
ports and pronounced very fine Mr
Harris Is hopeful of making a small
fortune out of his discovery
TUB Club was delightfully
entertained by Miss Nan Newland at
her residence on tbo Somerset pike
Tuesday evening The lawn was beau
tifully Illuminated with Japanese Ian
terns and refreshments were served at
the proper hour It was quite late when
the lust guosu took their departure
all expressing themselves as having en
Joyed a mot delightful evening
DKNNIS to the old family horse ol
Hon R C Warren died Wednesday
at the ripe old ago of 12 Ills life was
as active and useful as It was long He
served the Commonwealth one term as
tho transport of Its attorney and has
led tbo charge In many a hard fought
political battle Heros hoping that ho
may occupy a high seat In the borso
heaven so beautifully described by
Bro Barnes
ICLLINS CowD C Pulllns ban a
cow that will cat anything In the
shape era rag or piece of paper that
she can get to Sho will quit eating
corn any time If she can get a news
paper Davo concluded he would try
her and brought out a dozen or more
of newspapers and gave them to her
one at a time She devoured them as
fast as ho could hand them to her un
til she got to tho last one She would
roll It around In her mouth and then
spit It out Dave said Drot your old
soul 1 have got you full at last have 1
and gave It to her again but she
wouldnt eat U Ho looked at tho pa
per und saw It was tbo INTKR10R JOUR
NAT and It was so full ot pure democ
racy and grit that she could not chow
ItPalnt Lick Cor Central Record
IT la with profound regret that we
learn of the doath of that splendid
gentleman Mr A H Logan ot Boyle
Ho wat the soul of honor a gentleman
In all the word Implies a man among
men and a credit to mankind Mr
Logan had been 111 of flux for several
days and skilled physicians and loving
hands did all In their power to sao
him but without avail Ho was 73
years of age and as brave and gallant
an exConfederate soldier asevcr fought
for any cause There never lived a
better democrat than Mr Logan who
spent both hU LImo and money freely
for the good cause Ho Is the last of
three brothers all of whom wero grand
men and typical Kentuokians He was
second sergeant of Co A Gth Ky Cav
airy Col Grlgebys regiment Morgans
command Ho was born In this coun
ty and his comrades hero will attend
the burial this afternoon in a body
TILE biggest public sale of real es
tate that has been made In Lincoln
county for some time was that of W
H and John S Murpb executors ol
their father Squire John S Murphy
which took place In front of tbo court
house beginning at 1 l M Wednes
day Tho splendid farm of JCO acres
on the Hustonvlllo pike was bought by
W H Murphy ut J5910 John Murphy
got the 40 aero pasture to the suburbs
of town at 6020 and W H Murphy
the store room occupied by Warren
Shanks for 3820 the old Christian
church and lot on Depot street went to
T M Goodknlgftt for 81 UO as did the
Monroe Smith tract of 400 acres of
knob land ou Green river at 75c of the
300 acres of knob land near Halle Gap
Mr Goodkolgbt got l00 acres at 8103
and W H Murphy the remainder at
25e The prlcs were all satisfactory
and the sale amounted to about 25000
I
FRESH Cakes Candles c at War
ren SbunklII
RBIIOUND sccnndhaad school book
at Craig it Hockorn it
FIVE bushels of chicken feed for 81
J II Baughraan Co
WE handling the Llghtntni
Hay Press and repairs Wearen Bro
I
YOUR account Is past duo and 110
need the money Please settle nil
BeckS
BeckI receiving handsome Uno
of suiting for full wear Como In and
Inspect IL C Rupley
I
XinALlNE homespun camel hair
serge elegant creponS just In for carl
fall buyers J P Jones
THE republicans will meet here to
morrow afternoon and Instruct for lion
Gray Gelding Davlson for Congress
FARMERS Return our wheat sacks
at once or call and pay for them Wo
need them to receive wheat Thl
means you J H Baughman CoII
THE Sock Sgclal at Mr W B Mc
Robert by the Earnest Workers of
the Presbyterian church last nigh
was a most enjoyable affair Thy
amount of money made was 81165
SEVERAL Sundays ago a colored
church Hustonvilla ran out of wino
for sacramental purposes and sent a
brother to a saloon for some lIe Irot
whisky either by mistake or otherwise
and the members sipped it with al
fervent a prayer as they overtook un
fermented wine
A REUKKAII LODGE was organize
hero yesterday afternoon by State Or
ganlzer Mrs Ellu Carr of Ashland
Mr A C Sine was made Noblo Grand
Mrs Peter Straub Jr Vice Grand
Miss Maggie Lewis Secretary an
Mrs John H Wooer Treasurer Tbo
meetings will bo held In Odd Fellows
Hall on tho second and fourth Frlda
afternoons Fidelity Lodge No 11
was tho name decided upon
DEATH Mary Elizabeth Infant
daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm M
Bright died Wednesday morning at no
early hour art an illness coverlet
almost Its entire life Never strong
tho little thing yielded to a compllca
LIon o diseases Including malarial fe
ver and now a loving father and moth
er are almost heartbroken over thi
loin Seven short months the lIttle
angel was loaned to them just long
enough to learn to worship the bit of
humanity Those who have never felt
similar loisei can not truly sympathize
with Mr and Mrs Bright but their
friends here and elsewhere sorrow with
them In this their hour of trouble Af
tar a short service at the grave yester
1 day afternoon by Rev F W Allen all
that was mortal of the little sufferer
was laid to rest In Buffalo cemetery
THE charming entertainment given
by Miss Luclle Cooper to the members
of the Tennis Club Wednesday eve
fling was attended by nearly all of the
members and heartily enjoyed Assist
ed by M Shelton Sautley Miss Cooper
received her guests and with the as
sistance of Misses Sallie and Jessie
Dcano Cook she royally entertained
them Refreshments were served In
the grape arbor at 1030 after which
sometime was spent In tripping the
light fantastic conversing Ac Soon
after the arrival of tho young folks
cards wero given them bearing pict
urea of advertisements and some 30
minutes hero spent In guessing what
the pictures represented MUses Vir
dole Warren and Ed Hale won the
prize for tho best guess a largo bas
ket of trull and Misses Mcllle flop
per and Georgo D Florence tho booby
a cymllng flllod with stick candy
Tbo yard and arbor were made almost
as light as day with Japanese und oth
er lanterns
lanternsCHURCH
CHURCH MATTERS
George A Kllnginan Is holding an
IGcorse
Interesting meeting at the Church of
Christ to which the public Is cordially
Invited
InvitedTho
The meeting atlbo Methodist church
conducted by Revs Lconldas Robinson
of Lancaster and W M Britt the
pastor continues to grow In Interest
Good crowds attend each service and
the sermons are able and full of sound
gospel truths > The singing Is an es
pecial feature Tho meeting will con
I tinue through this week and perhaps
louger B
HUBBLE
Geo Wood sold Lewis Doty some
stock hogs at 6c R L Hubble sold
Jos Wllmont a bunch of ewes at 4
M B Eubanks sold to John Paul of
Mlddleburg a pair of young mules for
275 J jC Eubanks bought some
1000 pound cattle of L C King at ale
and some of B W Ulvons at 4c
Lightning burned a hay stack for A
L Spoooamoro Mrs Samantha Hub
ble Is visiting friends here Mrs A
L Spoonarnoro has gone to Science
Hill to eee her sick niece R L Hub
ble Mack Eubanka and D W Glvens
took In the Lexington fair Thursday
John Bourno and wife returned to
Bollflower 111 Thursday after a
months stay with her parents Mr
and Mrs J W Anderson
THIS AND THAT
John W Verkca will open his cam
paign at Bowling Green on Sept
Tbo largest manufacturers of floury
fire apparatus In this country have
formed a trust with 80000000 capital
The troubles at the Plttsburg mines
have been settled and the men have all
gono back to work
Prof C S Venablo for 30 years
professor of mathematics In tho Uni
versity of Virginia died Sunday He
was also a Confederate soldier of die
IhctionI
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ROYAL
RGYRLBaking
Baking Powder
i
The strongest purest most efficient and
wholesome of leavening agents Not lowest
in price yet the most economical indispens
able to all who appreciate the best and most
f healthful food
1Our 1 country is enjoying prosperity almost
unsurpassed in its histOry
A For everyone there is money enough to
buy that to eat which is pure sound good
wholesome
Why should we use cheap impure un
healthful articles of food There is no
economy in them they endanger the health
they may cost life There arc reported
almost daily cases ofsickness caused by eat
ing cake puddings or biscuit made with the
I
cheap alum baking powders
In all articles for food buy and use only
the best The good health of the family is
of first consideration i
Alum is used in many baking powders because It makes
them cheap It costs less than two cents a pound
Alum is a corrosive poison Think of feeding it to chil
dren I Yet the manufacturers of wellknown alum
powders arc actually denying that their goods contain it
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ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK
Russell Springs fair opened with a
fair attendance There Is a good dlt
play of stock and some good racing
Auditor Coulter say former Adjt
Gen Collier had no legal right to
spend a penny of the 10044 for which
he received a warrant from Sweeney
on Jan 31
An effort Is being made by his old I
company In Wayne county to collect a
sufficient sum to erect a monument ov
er tho late Capt B ERoberW Ho
certainly deserves this recognition
Coy Beckbam extended clemency In
the case of Samuel Patrick of Johnson I
county who was serving H term of two
years in the penitentiary for man
slaughter Patrick was sent up In Oc
tober I899 for the murder of Holleck
Rice at Palntsvlllo earlier In the
samoyear Patrick Is an Invalid
LAND STOCK CROPS AC
Will McCormack sold to Will Lil
lard 60 hogs at 4 37Jc
Brown Cress have bought several
bunches of bogs at 4Je
The force fair gives 875 to the best
walking stallion maro or gelding
Beazley Bros sold to Matt Cohen of
Richmond a pair of mares for 375 I
A Hardln county woman gathered
180 gallons of raspberries from nn acre
of land aud sold them for 7280
Tho Connecticut Humane Society
killed 232 horses during the yea res
cued 178 lame horses and bad 133 men
prosecuted for beating horses
J O McAllister of Moreland came
to the Lexington truck last week with
his string of horses in training He
brought with him four head iSloik
I FarmAt
At Cleveland during the Grand Cir
cuit meeting The Abbot Is said to
have stepped a mile In 205 and u halt
hour later Goers drove him u half mile
10 ono minute
Lutes ft Co sold to Taylor Klkln of
Burgln 200 stock ewes at 380 and to
Hiram Campbell of Nlonolasville 175
at 4 They also sold to V H Mur
phy lOObarrels of corn put in his crib
In November at 150
The Advocato says that Quinine S
I 228 J was killed by lightning on the
farm of his owner A W Smith
Quinine was by Abdallah Mambrlno
out of the famous mare Ella Hopkins
and tho slro of the great Geneva S
210 and Mattlo H 211
1UUUjIWjliWIjjioWiilrY
CTYL1SH RELIABLE s
STYLISH
j > ARTISTIC ti
E Recommended by Lending L
c Dreumnkcri t A
= They Always Pleascl
I MS CALL
IIP BAZAR
= NONE BETTER AT ANY PRICE
ITTThcif Diittin < art fold In nurly 3
M ryeIlY and t wn to tho t nlte4 State
S llynurdftltrd > s not kttp them t end x
IS xdlrta
A idnti your neaten point f
THE McCALL COMPANY g
1 30 to 146 W 14lh Slrilt Na York
BiUKcnorrtcii ft
189 Filth Ave 1rantIJCo
1051 Market At San 1 rancilco
MS CALLS
MSCALJSMAGA7LINE
MAGAZINE
Brightest Magazine Published r
3 Contains Beautiful Colored Plate fc
s IUuSlrln Lile t Patterns Bash jfc
5 Ions Fancy Work g
2 Arena wanted lot thU mandno nervy S
1AIu DeautltpmtumeforaItalt
work SSrlufortannandother panic
ultrt Submlptlnn only OOo ptcyMT
Incluijnz a 1HEE Ptiim 11t111
Addresa THE McCALL CO
138 to 146 W Mtn St New York
S4S41N IL1MN11M4M411Na1tiy
FINS FARM FOR SALE
I > r P W Log > nS him of IM term of No 1
Hanging Fork lend U for ale privately It hai
upon It a Bolendld two story brick house large
tolitrco barn goal orchinl and nccMtirv out
building Kitty to no acrc Tlrgln tall and beauti
ful wontllinil Finely watered and In all refperti a
ttnlclw frul 11 on Stanford A Mlfledge
villa turnpike eoaTenlent mdepoU on C Sn4
Lt y rallrnadi lilt a good home and a profit
proftlIle
lnreslmenLFARM
FARM FOR SALE
Contains 105 acres and U In n pleudlJ
ktnta of cultivation On the lllaclc pike 2
mile from Hustonvllle and 1H from More
Innd UIU on It II dwelling cf five room
and good tenant house betides oecessarv
outbuilding Splendid orchard good welt
mid two springs Terms easy
W II YIUOIIT i
Hu tonvllle Ky
BrocU Fair
Aug 29 30 31
Persons desiring to go Ihe Ilrodbcad Fair
from Stanford and Lancaster can go i
in private conveyance as the
I Road Has Been Repaired
From Crab Orchard to Drotlbe d and it I
is only seven miles
TWO FARMS FOR SALE
Harm decided to change toy vocation I will
ell prlrately my farm on while I lice 34 01 a
IIIlIe fNm Crab itch L Ky This farm h ono
laud to goat lUtool cultivation 1110 acres ot river
botlou lnd that Is tin corn and meadow land
ulnae 80 acres U upland and well adapted to torn
I wheat blue inn aul all other crop A brick
I dwelling ofs room and cellar a well of splendid
lrn + tone water at the door two good Imeneiit
house now barn and all nrfrmrr outbulldiugt
with plenty ol good fruit and an tbundann of
Block wa er make thl the mat desirable Urin In
this end of the county
Also a farm ofalwut 100 acres Vi ralln from Crab
Orchard Kyon Ijtncaitertireet oppo lt the famous
mou Crab < reb > rd Spring All lu grass with a
large itock barn add an abundance ot water with
ooo of the duet building rite In the neighbor
hood Al o a nice cottage ID Stanford Ky on Lancas
ter itnei with KIKK elders garden Aa attached
For furtbe particulars oil on or addrmi
U II llllOKAf < HI Crab Orchard Ky
Bil S JOCUND HEAL E TATEI
AT AUCTION
I will sell ut public auction to tho highest
hlghutbidder
bidder ou
hlghutI
Monday Sept milt 1900
I
County Court day lu Stanford 30 or 40
shares of Lincoln County National Hank
Stock my 6 Itoom Itestdcnce In Ilowland
Ky with good barn andothcr outbuildings
and a Storehouse In liowland Kv SSxUO
21 feet high and two stories A ttnloiidld lo
cation Possession given at once Call If
you wish to see the property or writo If you
deslru a fuller description
TKKMS Ono third ciili balance In one
aud two years
ISAAC HAMILTON Rowland Ky
Drs Slaving Phillips
OSTEOPATHISTS
Will bo In Danrllle Monday Veduesdays and
Fridays
Will bt In Stanford Tuesday Thursday and Sat
urdijri
Jfflce In Ilio Ienutngtoh Itulldlug Slanfurd W
Dc hour Sto12aa1tolrm
Sto12aa1tolrmOSTEOPATHY
OSTEOPATHY
ThU Science originated and developed by Dr
A T Still of Klrmvllle Mo ilf 1 > ucl on the
principle of An towjr sod 1hyilolujy for IW reo
lulli It rnlulnwnoslth no drug no rubbing
Iull iiirgkal operations and claim blug super
natural Oateopilny view man a a machine Olio nianr
parUi lia keynote It ailjuilment when all ian
ao properly adjusted and not overworked health
U the result
Some ol tha dlMuuet treated by ui Nervous
Irootratlon HeadichM Neuralgia libeuuiatltiu
Calarra Weak Eye Granulated Mill Woftre
Heart Llrvr and Lung DUeiKt Constipation
rile iallSlunM Enlarged lr lial < > all Mom
ace sad lathileat trouble Ulseases 0 NII n Ind
Joint gplnalcurrature UUlocatloni SUrtJolnti 1
ranlTtb Iucontlnonc of Urlo Locomotor Atax I
I la decode Dlase a specialty Coniultatlon I
I gees
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Go To HIGGINS McKINNEY
3
Stanford Ky Forc
The Superior Disc Drills t
The Tiger Disc Plows The Tiger Disc Har
rows TheStudebakerJWagons
The Dicks Feed Cutters
The Dain Corn Crushers i
The Oliver PlowsI
Reduced I
Prices on Straw Hats
CUT HALF IN1TWO
i1
We dont want to cirry them over and almost anyjprico takes them
Ladies Slippers
Greatly reduced in price We have some nice ones left A beautiful patent loath
er for 81 50
ALLSUMMERCOODS r
Must go and its your opportunity
DoJJ 19ROJrn1IDRTS
4
limJ 1im
4 r OUR 1 I
I Remnant m
s c
I tl Counter i
i1 Has been a decided success to us and also to our customers We
have been enabled to clean up stock and our customers have golteoII
sothe splendid values We are now offering the remnants from the t
it remnant counter Look at the Shirt Waists and Skirts Belts Ribbon S
Ac Fast colored Lawns at only 3c yard 3
11 Splendid Slippers at 50c to f
fiS lfti 75c toI
See what we offer In glens Shoe at fl DO All 15c and 20c Ginghams K
fjj at lOc Good Cotionade at 7 c10e11c 6
110I
SEVERANCE A SONS
t
t Opposite Court House IJ
J 3 u
Ill addition to the linen cc
KID GLOVES 1
Wo have been handling made by 7ortheltner Co we have added the celebrated
P Centemurl Cos make and we think we now have the best f 1 and f 160 Gloves
ever offered to the trade
r
Come And See The New Shades I
Remember wo give you n perfect fit or no tale Always have your Gores fitted In
the store and you know then what you are buying
JOHN P JONES Stanford
THE FOX ART GALLERY
DANVILLE KY
This is now the most uptodate Gallery in Central Kentucky having been re
cently equipped with the marvelous Anastlgtnat Lenses tho new discovery lu optical
science I wish to say to tho Ladles that
THESE LENSES FLATTER
Just received Urge stock of the very
°
Latest Designs it JVlouldi gs
Patterns never Hold In this locality before have to be seen to be appreciated Suit
able for framing from the simplest photograph to the i mot elaborato paintings
Among tho lot is the New French FieurDeIas n mouldings specially far lultaw <
nellcato pictures Embroidered Mats French Water Colors and all pictures that ri
qelleolo a dainty frame When In Danville call and see us and get our prices We
will OU moneyJ
save you 12i ThIrd Ftseet Opposite Post Office DayjUf 17

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