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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r rJ i 1t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 1 1910 MO US RUDE AWAKENING FOR LOVES YOUNG DREAM Eloping Pair From Pulaski Caught Here By Irate Parent Before Grctna Green Reached Loves young dream had a rut awakening for Luther Ashley and Misa t Nellie Jackson u couple of tenderyear of Science Hill Pulaski county wh drove through to Stanford Tuesday night intending la catch a train hero and hit away to JofTereonvllle Indians at which celebrated Gretna Green theyi intended to bo married Ashley is ly 2U and his prospective bride but 15I and her mother objected strenuously to thu marriHRO Lato that night Marshal U D Carter was telephoned by tho mother Mrs Marian Jackson fromI Science Hill who atked him to make search for her runaway daughter find placo her under arrest if found hero I Marshal Carter had no trouble locating the young Lochlnvar and his sweet hcurt for they wero Bluing out the l night at tho L N depot walling the arrival of the northbound train due at 420 A M which would take them onto Louisville and JelTersonvllle had placed the double team in whic they had driven across country in a lit cry table Young Ashley made a strenuous ef fort to induce the officer of the law to permit them to RO on their way rojolc ing but he could not be persuaded to relinquish hit duty even at the dulce- call of tho Cod of Love So he took tho girl to his home where she remain ed with Mrs Carter during the rest of tho night whllo the dejected near went to a hotel He declared 1groom that they might as well be permitted to bo married in peace for they would eventually weds and it was simply a question of how soon Mrs Jackson telephoned Marshal Carter to meet her at Junction City with the girl Wednesday morning and there she took her daughter with her for a yliit to Indiana but not to Joffcr sinvllle Ashley disconsolately wended his way back to the hills ot Pulaski county tt Odd Fellows 4 Interested In Orphans Home Rall At Lexington Late In April Local Odd Folloare interested in 1 the Orphans Homo Rally Day which will be held in Lexington April 2Cth I This In tho anniversary of the founding of tho Independent Order of Odd Fel I tows and it was deemed appropriate t that tho Orphan Home Rally Day be set for a celebration of the anniversary of the founding of the order This order which now has more than a million and a half member was founded in Baltimore In 1819 by five men sad all tho lodges in this State have been asked to initiate at least five men en the day mentioned as the anni versary of the founding of the orde- and afeo M Orphans Home Rally Day Grand Master I N Williams and Grand Secretary R G Elliott are very bue at Lexington preparing for this cele bration A number of local Odd Fe lows will attend Fearful Crime in Bourbon Miss Nora 13 Rainey the 15yearold daughter of Dud Rainey is in a critical condition at her fathers home near North Middlctown in Bourbon county as a result of an alleged assault upon her Monday She says she was walk log along the road going home when a i stranger caught up with her In a bug gy and asked her if she wanted to ride She accepted his offer to take her heme and as soon aa she got in the ve I hicle she was seized and drugged She t was found uncoucious several hours lat er in a woodland with her clothing nearly torn off her hair cut oft and her body mutilated and cut She was able to give a good description of the man and the officers are rcouring the coun try in an effort to capture him That whole end of the county la highly excl ted over the crime end if the man Is cavght and identified be will likely be summarily dealt with + The Lash of A Fiend r would have been about as welcome to Al of Oswego N y as araer cllees lungracking cough that defied all remedies for years It was most troublesome at night be writs nothing helped me till I used Dr New Discovery whickcured Rio completely I never cough at night now II know Its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate sore la grippe asthma cougbIfnever falls to satisfy A trial con vlaeef Mcfl bottle free Its ltlTtlT guaranteed by Pansy- Hrtig Mere 1 t t I Women Called to Meet Monday Afternoon to Form Civl Organizationt As forecasted In tho last issue uf the- I J several prominent women of the Stanford churches have Issued a call for thee purpose puruI BJ sued read us follows CALLImaidens of Stan are In thulr town their neighbors or themselves will meet at tho Christian church Sundayschool i room on Monday afternoon at 230 j April 4th to organize an Improvement j FederlntiQn taken for membership After theirI mooting tho members will bo elected by ballot Mrp W D Walker Mrs J J Dick cy Mrs P M McRobcrU Mrs J C McClary Crossfieldh To Speak At C E Convention To Be Held At Crab Orchard The Eighth District Christian En CrabtOrchard Saturday and Sunday April 2 and 3 Many C E workers from Stan ford and other parts of the county will be present as well as others from over the district The convention promises to be a largely attended one and pro ductive of much good to the cause An interesting feature of the session will be an address by Dr It II Cross 1field president of Transylvania Univer sity Lexington Garrard Combatants Indicted The Garrard county grand jury has returned indictments against Frank Turner and Gilbert Turner Jr and Luther Ray The Turners are charged with malicious shooting and Ray with manslaughter Ray Is recovering and is Indicted on theyare Ray Warrants for the arrest of the three men were issued Ray is still confined to his homo and will not be placed in custody until ho recovers suf ficiently to be taken in court The indictment agaluat Frank Turner camo as a surprise as no evidence was soured at the coroners inquest indi eating that be took part in the bloody affray Big Fire At Lawrcnceburg Fire broke out in the barn of th Burley Tobacco Company at Lawrence burg Tuesday afternoon entailing poundrof tobacco were burnedata loss o about 30000 fully covered by insur Lawrenceloss of 15000 partially covered A Hawkins Co Lexington Brewe Co Southern RaJlway Co and S R Howser suffered a losaof 6000 wit only partial insurance judge Bell May Run Former Circuit Judge W Con Bell of Mercer county is the latest known aspirant for a democratic nomination for State office Judge Bell wants the nomination for attorney general of Kentucky Several weeks ago he made a trip to Washington to confer with Congressman Johnson and other members of the Kentucky delegation rela tive to his proposed candidacy He al so spent some days here before the close of the General Assembly and dropped it to one or more close friend that he would get in if the sign was right Frarikfort Journal Are Through Plowing G A Brown sad Thomas Owena of near Preachenville were is tows Wed Bdey Th yflay hattljelfcnYiii that ieetiea ere much more forwardJn their work than others They are all through plowing and getting ready to put in big crops Much tobacco will be raised in the Preachewvllle end of Lin coln and also over in Garrard they say A Ian of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and tremendousener yare never found where Stomach LIver Kidneys and Bowels are out of orders If you want these qualltlt and the auccessthey bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills the natchlees feRUl- terti foe keea llrai sad- dat Mroab04y at rDru toc- I = CONLEY GETS CONTRACT 5cBut Many Property Owners Had I Already Arranged For Local Firm to Do The Work The City Council held a special ses slurs Tuesday night and opened bids for the laying of concrete sidewalks o I Main street from Depot meet past tho Presbyterianchurch where ever such sidewalks have not been laid by the property owners and accepted by the city Phillips Urns and the Conley Construction Company of Somerset were the only bidders mud the latter was successful on its bid of 1CJ cents per square foot A number of proper ty owners however had already grad contracts with Phillfpe Brae and stat ed that they wished his pavement so worksthe local firm would do for the property owners who preferred it Some criti cism was made of the pavements which the Conley people have laid on certai- streets hero tho statement being made that in one placo It Is possible to dig rocks out of the concreting with a stick while on another street practically ev ery square of pavement has cracked Mrt Conley who was present said that he had made ample bond to the city to guarantee his work and that he Intend ed to relay that portion of pavement that had shown much cracking It was agreed that no pavement will be put down In front of the court house until the contractors are through with the building operations and rcgrading of tho yard Mayor A B Florence presided over the rouncll meeting with Councilmen J A Allen M D Elmore E T Pence and W K Shugars present Court at Mt Vernon Bobbitt Incongruvially Discusses Officials and Affairs MT VEKNON MAR 29th Dear INTERIOR JOURNAL I am back again at dear old Mt Vernon attend ing court Judge Bclhurum presides with dignity nnd ability Ills instruc tions to the grand jury the strongest ablest and most forceful to which my admiring attention was ever given How proud I am of those two boys Leonard and Burgess It may well be said of them par nobilo fratrum A nobler grander pair of brothers never walked among men Both of them married relatives of mine on the Stigall side of my house All tho big grand people of this beautiful mountain town are related to me As for me I reflect more glory upon my relatives than I can inherit from them Bonaparte said this before I did and it is pardonable in both of us The Commonwealths attorney Judge greatnesseas now as he once adorned aas circuit court only equalled by Holdfam The new sheriff has the right nameNicely I am under many obli hisacongregation the sincere cop Sunry was been killed at Crab Orchard Saturday in open court shot five times It wSs like Brutus showing and commenting on Caesars wounds What a great glory to live after death in the fond memory of fricndal More anon FONTAINE Fox BOBBIn Mrs McKee AwayAt Mrs Mary McKee died at the home of her stop son J B McKee in the Kings Mountain section and her body was shipped to Cynthiana for ourial on Wednesday Mrs McKee was in her 76th year and was one of the best known and most highly esteemed women in that of the county She was long a faithful member of the Presbyterian church and beloved by ell who knew her She is survived by her has band J A who if invite 81St J jt XndiaVewlnent and respected citizen Dont Break Down organslikedowns You cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowels ornervea without serious danger to yourself If are weak or rundown or under Itrall10f kind take Electric BII teri the matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E Van do Sande of Kirkland Ill writesIITbat I did not break down while enduring d moat severe I train for three ssoutts Is due wholly to Electric Bitten Use theta and eafby health itad strength 8atl faci Uea Bosltlrely fraaraateed Mo at PwsyVDtug Store Ii BUILDERS WILL BE BUSY HERE THIS SPRING I Several New Residences and Business Houses PlannedRow land Wants Tobacco Warehouse A business boom of mammoth pro Stanfordni of spring city izens are planning to build residences while plans are going on for the erect Ion of the large tobacco warehouse of Jinot yet been determined A free loca tion was utteredat Rowland by the hustling citizens of that little bQrg but it is hardly probable that Rowland will secure it- Ocnham Bros are preparing to ereVt a large coal and feed warehouse off the railroad near their house on lower E Main Street They will have a spur track built to tho warehouse from tho theirnin warehouse- J C Eubanks has had plans made for the erection of four buildings and a bowling alley on the old Christian church property on Depot street The old building which has been a land mark in Stanford for many years will soon be torn down and slightly modern business houses replace it Logan Hughes is planning to build a handsome twostory frame residence on his lot on the old Hill property on East Main street J A Allen will put up a nice frame cottage on Logan ave and Will Stone is planning to build a nice one on one of his lots on Portman avenue Gabe Addams Tipped For Clerkship of Peniten tiary at Twelve Hundred Per A tip is out iA Frankfort that A Addams of the Crab Orchard section of this county more familiarly known as Gabe will be appointed clerk of the penitentiary at Frankfort to succeed W S Hawkins who has resigned Mr Addams was a tentative candidate for prison commissioner but withdrew in favor of the present commissioners and the appointment to this office which pay1200 a year will be made by them Noted Kentucky Lawyer Dead James Pendleton Helm one of the most noted lawyers in Kentucky died at his home in Louisville on Tuesday morning of chronic heart disease Mr Helm was 60 years of age He was born in Hardin county near Elizabeth town in January 1850 His father the late John L Helm was elected governor of Kentucky in 1865 His mother was the daughter Ben Hardin who was one of the most famous attor neys Kentucky has ever known Mr Helms father became fatally ill before the inauguration and tho oath of office was given Gov Helm on his deathbed at the family home near Elizabethtown Mr Helms elder brother Gen Ben Hardin Helm was commander of the Confederate First Kentucky Brigade better known as the Orphan Brigade Gen Helm wee a brothcr in law of Abraham Lincoln they having married sisters Gen Helm was killed at the battle of Chickamauga Justice Brewer Dead WASHINGTON D C March 31Jus tics David J Brewer of the U S Su preme Court died suddenly Monday night from a stroke of apoplexy He had not been in good health for some time but was still able to be up and attend to work He went to the bath room and in a moment after his wife heard a heavy fall and when she reach ed the bath room found him an expir log condition on the floor He was never coascif us and breathed but a few times after she reached him He was 73 yews old r I JuAdaINdItrt I 0M SvBawglmuna fine Shepherd dog was fojjndfirt Jumbo section He says that hIs lost ad in the I J car tainly did fine work He thinks everyone In 10 counties who saw a stray dog called him up about it as a result of the little ad Q C Excursions The first excursion of the season via the Queen Crescent Route to Cincin nati will be operated Sunday April 10 partlcate tr lk rtt- r So IICensus Takers Named Supervisor Miles Names Thirteen I Good Men In Lincoln Census Supervisor N D Miles of Nicholasville who has charge of the Eighth Congressional district has ap pointed the census takers for Lincoln county who will go to work early in April The list by precincts is as follows Stanford No 1R C ArnoldIStanford No 2J B Stanford No 3W M Duncan Stanford No 4 Jesjo Price 1 Crab Orchard NoIT J Culton Crab Orchard No 2W R DillionJr Waynesburg No IN G Bruner Waynesburg No 2M D Walls Wayneaburg No 3W D Wallin Hustonville No lFred Carson lIuston llo No2Grant North Hostonyille No a Rowland Bishop Hustonville No olW Blankenship Good Work Appreciated Stanford School Selected as Coun ty School For Four Years The Lincoln county board of educa tion met in Stanford this week and se lected the Stanford Graded and High School as the county high school for a term of four years A rate of 3 50 per pupil for those attending who live outside of the Stanford Graded School district was agreed upon by the members of the county board and the trus tees of the city school instead of the flat rate of 1000 which has been paid per season by the county board hith erto The past year has been a most successful one for the High School and the members of the county board appear I well pleased with the work Which has been accomplished I Honor Roll Of Stanford Graded And High School FOr Month of March Prof J W Ireland announces the following Honor Roll of pupils for the month just ended PrimaryHenry Baughman Lucy Traylor Wm Tate Manual Turpin Herman Walls Isabel Warren Grade 1Smth Burke Morgan S Baughman Joanpa Ballou Edith Bright Harvey Embry Annie Eubanks George F Fords Ed Farmer Joseph Grimes Marie Powell Thelma Powell Bettie Perry Margaret Shanks Grade 2 Katherine Fenzel Mary Brackett Rebecca Goldstein Sadie Wearen Daisy Lunsford Grace Ander son Sophie Saunders Sam Craig Mor JacksonGrade Earl Baughman Bailey Dawep Wm Dozier Thelma Francis Rachel Hill Virgil Moore Willie Ran kin Sarah Traylor Annette Wearen Sarah Cormeney Grade 4Hobart Arnold Morris Bruce Annie V Craig Sylvia Farmer Birdie Ford Roman Ford Annie R Powell Alice Tamme Claiborne Wal ton Frances Embry Grade 5 Malay Grimes Nellie W Hill Mary Jarvis Jenn Paxtoh Clin ton Coleman Joe T Embry Jesse Hocker +r w Grade 6 Frances Brackett Maud Arnold Ella Eichenberger Bessie Moore Effie Ware Ethyl Smith Jona than Rankin James Trlbblo Selina Routen Sam J Embry Grade 7 Sallie M Craig Mary S Cook Boyce Hunn Morris Jarvis An ne D McRoberts James Owsley Mary M Raney Mayme Singleton Gertrude WilkinsonGrade Effie Baughman Robert Carter Marion Grimes Wm Grime Eva Moser Junior Joseph Hopper SeniorThomas Brigh- tSundayschool to Reorganize The Logons Creek union Sunday school which has been in winter quar tars will meet next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock to hold the annual election of officers reorganie the classes and dl triltatee for the second quarter rid adults of tha commaniiTaie cordial invited to be presentaTUB infant ofBig John Camenfeh lived but a few days Mr and Mrs Camenlsh have the sympathy of their many friends in their sorrow It Saved His Leg IIAIl thought Id lose my Jg1I writes J A Swonson of Watertown- Wis Tea years of eczema that 15 doctors cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklena Arnica Salve cured It sound and well In fallible for Skis Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Bolla Fever Sores lama Scalds Cuts ad Pile JOe at Feaays tarot Stare V y LONG SLUMBERING FEUDJBREAKS OUT Attoneys Bobbitt And Culton Fi nally Appeal to Force Settle OldScoresa The court of Squire JK D Noak at Crab Orchard was greatly disturbed last week by un altercation between Fontaine Fox Bobbitt known as the Cicero ot the Mountains and TUV Culton known in Knox county as the Slippery Elm of the Cumberland Shortly after the civil warn dispute arose between the families of the Blsh oDe and Brummetts on Negro Creek the dividing line between Lincoln and Rockcastle counties over a division fence Since war Iwas first declared between these families nearly every Saturday In a justices court in either Lincoln or Rockcastlc they have had a asrrepresents the Bishopsjandl the Slippery Elm the Brumtnetts the next time the Cicero thoBrummetts and the Slippery Elm the Bishops About once a month these attorneys sue their clients for past fees It waS at one of these trials when thegreatcst fight that has ever taken place in old Crab Orchardoccurred As usual between gifted attorneys great and mighty questions were discussed As neither lawyer had any law books on hand the court had to take their word When Culton disputed Bobblttajword he said now dare you dispute the true word of a statesman one whose voice has been heard in the halls of the Ken fateICongressWhat care IJforJthat said Culton I too am of royal blood I was once county attorney of Knoxcounty sat as special judge in sevral noted cases and am soon to be census enumerator for districtSaid I fought atBannockburnSaid Une bled at London deryThen said BobblttYou will bleed right here and took him oneJ mthe nose Then at it they went Greek had met Greek It was evident that York should contend against Lancaster Tho there was no white or red rose on ei ther knight yet Cultonjwent oft with a red nose and Bobbitt wilha black eye Those present at court stood back and watched an encounter in which as much valor was shown as when Clay stood before Randolph or when Dickinson went down before Old Hickory When they were finally separated the courtroom fairly reeked with brIm- stone Col Bobbitt will soon open his cam paign for Congress Has an independent candidate in the 8th district Mr Cut ton is a republican eader very popu lar with the masses To whom hlaJri fluence will go in the coming contest ta not known We predict that these knights will bury the hatchet and in the future will be friends A FRIEND OF THE COMBATANTS Bobbitts Side of Argument MT VERNOrf KY Mch 31 EDITOR INTERIORJJOURNALSeale mistakes are being circulated abroad in regard to the fierce and sudden fight between myself and alfbrothqr lawyer in magistrates court at Crab Orchard on March 26 I wantto state that no one was seriously hurt except the court fined each belligerent 5 In the lien est part of battle jell backward over a chair and my ungallantjfoe attempted to spread his huge form over me like a South Americanvarnplre I at tempted in selfdefense to deal my foe a few vigorous kicks but I did cot break two of his ribs as reported What I did was entirely in my necessary self defense and I do not think that the injuries inilictedlwould justify the damage suit which Kfear is threatened I deny being knockdown but if I was any other man could have struck as heavy a blow It was a longarmed Hercules fighting a Lilliputian I have no bruises oaseratehes and am per fectly satisfiewIUitljeiaght and aha won the law suit Ijlbope when the court hears our apologies he will say Go and fight no moreF- ONTAINB Fox BOBBITT Casey Sheriff Dead T F MarphylsherifE of Casey coua ty died at hb omellt Powers afterian illneees of several weeks with a complication of dweaBs He was a splendid gentleman a aaen Hfteea bee and member of the Baptittebarak Be leaves a wife twowOW- NnwtaerIa brother Mi a heat etefriends N Bwaraafeta eliCAJew 1 e v xc t erti j J I l- kPAGE TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KT APRIL Jttt 1310r4 I h N JOURNALI I XVBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At jl Per Year In Advance SHELTON SAUFLEVPubllhelt- eredat r the Post Office at Stan ford KY as Second Class mall HON HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county U a candidate for re nomination for Congress from the Eighth t district subject to the notion of the demo i erstle party t MANY have us why we I preferred to quit our work on a daily forsake the bright lights of a 1Jingercity and return to run a coun try paper in a country town We f have tried to explain in our own way just how we have felt about It The x New York Evening Mail recently told t of a somewhat similar case which gives 1ourview of the matter pretty well Mail said Those of us engaged in r newspaper work in New York have ant idea sometimes that we are really very big Once in a while however we L have the conceit taken out of us by i meeting some owner of country newspaper J who having tried New York newspaper work having learned a lot by his experience sought new pastures If where people live as human beings should getting more sunlight and more air than they do in New York Francis Leon Chrisman was a special newspaper correspondent in New York many years ago He decided that Mont 4clair N J only 13 miles out of New York would be a good town in which to print a weekly humanInterest news paper He owns a fine building now baa a good job printing establishment publishes a weekly paper that is filled with advertising is a great deal better off financially than nineteentwentieths of the workers in the newspaper field in x New York It is a great privilege of course to be on a New York newspaper because I if a man keeps his eyes open and listens attentively he acquires a knowledge I that he cannot Ret anywhere else on earth but after he has acquired it unless he becomes editorinchief of a a newspaper or a famous special he cannot make nearly as much money as he can by running a country news paper nor will he get out of life as much peace and comfort as he does by being his own proofreader his own news gatherer his own editor his own I advertising solicitor his own collector He has no boss but himself 1 I EveRY woman who wants to see this I city made cleaner prettier and a better place to live in should attend the meet fIngwhich has been called for Monday t Theres mighty little in thisworld that can resist the united forces of the women They can do a f world of good in any city where their energies are united and the effecting of such an organization is the first step And the men ought to get busy about that Commercial Club also The old towns abooming along every line Strike while the iron is hot y New School Song Is Being Taught Children For Arbor l Day Exercises Prof Ireland is having the school L schoolSsong prepara J tion for Arbor Day exercises which are r being arranged The words and music- are both by Superintendent of Public r iKEIirE KI HIYS WELL Health Is Worth SavlBg AaiS Some Stanford People Know How to Save It Many Stanford people take their lives In their hands by neglecting the kidney when they know these organs need help Sick kidneys are responsible for a vast amount of suffering ill health but there is no need to suffer nor to remain in danger when all dis eases and aches and pains due to weak permanentlyPills The following statement leaves no ground for doubt Mrs B F Walter Hill Street Lan saysI Doans Kidney Pills when I have the opportunity as remedyI myIdoses bring me instant relief At onetime I feared that I had serious kidney trouble The kidney secretions were unnatural and unmistakable evi dence of disordered kidneys At that time it was my good fortune to hear of Doans Kidney Pills and I began their use In a short time my kidneys were restored to a normal For sale by all dealers Price 50 cts Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York solo agents for Uc United States Remember the name Doans and take no other- Instruction J G Crabbe and the song is dedicated To the boys and girls and the Commonwealth The song in full as follows lis KENTUCKY SCHOOLS hail us Kentucky students I bear a message a jolly band l We fly the banner of Education To evry hamlet in Dixie land A school bell from evry hilltop Shall start the echoes a wise God rules 1 From Sandy river on on to Mills Point We ring our slogan Kentucky Schools I Chorus Kentucky school boys I Kentucky school girls f Kentucky schools 1 Kentucky schools I Kontuckee 1 Oh hail us Kentucky students I We love Kentucky oh home so dear Proud Is her record In song and story Her sleeping heroes we eer revere But hear us ye proud Kentucky I To arms awake ye I A call for schools Strike for your children for home for for honor 1 And join our slogan Kentucky School Oh hail us Kentucky students 1 Our girls are charming our boys are true We fly Old Glory with Education The jolly students a fearless crew Our mothers have listed with us In forward movement for better schools We stand united we fall divided So join our slogan Kentucky Schools Follow this advice Quaker Oats is the hest of all foods it u also the cheapest When such men as Prot Fisher of Yale University and Sir lames Crichton Browne LLD F S of London spend the best parts of their lives in studying the great question of the nourishing and strengthening qualities of different food it is certain that their advice is absolutely safe to follow Professor Fisher found in his ex periments for testing the strength and endurance of athletes that the meat caters were exhausted long before the men who were fed on such food as Quaker Oats The powers of endur ance of the nonmeat eaters were about eight times those of the meat eatersSir James Crichton Browne says eat more oatmeal eat plenty of eat it frequently 59 Regular size lOc packages and her metically sealed climates All Peavine 4O92 1- i SIRE REX pElVJ VF 19a DAMLUCY WELLS G404 By Peal tyjne 25t1 I 4 N tn re t h tr tJ j 4f B S SCCDDER to Kl NN EYKY1 Hiw To Collect Your tfniK1 and Accounts How can I collect what Is met This is tho all important question with every merchant wholesale firm business and professional men far mersand in fact every onoto Jay Never has the question been so prominent in the businceo world aa it is today The loss of a few accounts may cat up your profits in business the failure to collect a noto makes you that much poorer not being able or in position to give the proper at tention knowledge or experience to the adjustment or examination into some claim in which you have an interest may causo you the lose of many dollars Our province anti our business is to help you in these matters Whether it is a NOTE or ACCOUNT you are not able to collect or whether it is some claim in which you have an interest which needs looking into carefully YO are prepared GI do It and do if promptly This is our busineat wo muko it a study We have the facilities and we have the experience and the fact that we have collected many dollars which were given up ns lost is ouo ofour best arguments in favor of what we can do Our terms are reasonable and we make no charges unless we collect We make collections anywhere in tho United States We recently collected an account for a firm in the adjoining county Iainst R man in California If you have a claim which needs look fug after or a note or account which you want collected p no matter how yourbusinessMAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky Inturts Ttkatct MIl TtfcacM unite Nothing Rut Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Office M Innure with me and be fully protected J C McClary I Undertaker Embalmer an Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY OOlM Phone leTtthorns Phone M B D CARTERN- ow Llverv t Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentucKy I am a graduated Jones National Reboot of Auctioneer Chicago and have bad ex perleane In the big cattle sales at the Union stock Yards Chicago where we sold some thoroughbreds as nigh as 11000 Also In horse sales wnero 8X sales were made each day Auctioneering 1s a science and I hare studied It with this idea See or phone me before you arrange for your can make sales to youradvantage PHONEM Fruit and Ornamental Trees I Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Htrawborry plants Kreo Catalogues No Agents HF Hillcnmeycr Sons Laxtrotux KKNTCCKT Harry Jacobs Denier in and Manufacturer of Marble and Granites Montr merits Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees Office and works Mo KlnneyKy I TO THE FARMERS 1 will condnue to handle Fertilizers Intho Jumbo and ons- me and ask my old patrons to remember I also oikthe patronage of many new customers BO HIPPLE London Ky I Spring Summer Stock froveyourmeasurotaken by a tailor of ex perience Tbenyourolothos whetbora low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality andOv which plainly Indicate they were made to iyoor measure 1 will also your mess cue for extra trousers fancy vets top coats and overcoats Bpslng and Summer samples on hand ready toryour Inspection HO HUP1KY Tho Tailor Htallford KT jLBeazleyCo Undertaken and Embalm en Also Dealers ia Fur rellMattingsRuge let- 1willexchangeFurniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right I STANFORD KENTUCKY Fish Pennington IIInsurance and Real Estate All kinds of INSURANCE on nil kinds of property Only the larg est companies represented Rates as low aa can bo had anywhere Stanford Ky Phone 200 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the uubllo with the best as well ns the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted dowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes IB connection with the above I have alt kinds of vegetables oa band at reasonable pricesOIiIURTMAN QUEEN IlOUflFR ED UDDRAUD Pion- Stanford Ky CONCRETINGWearetnpoeItlontodoallklnds cretlng such as lllock Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from house down to a fence post We cnn serve you promptly and guarantee flret clais prlcelbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE I My farm of 67 acres of goodlandwell Improved well watered fenced Is for Islet Is located seven miles from lu the May section House has six rooms New barn and other necessary outbuildings A bargain If sold at once JTM1TIN08TOK nIQNoI Mtuuford J J BELDEN For bonsai carriage and sign painting deco rative paper hanging also buggy trimming of all kinds such as tops recovered curtains and hoottmadV Htopover AldrldgV black XlPlIon8NoJ J BHIOHN Stock of Merchandise for Seile eerleaandltardwareIoingagoodbuaines I 111 health I I QEO DJIOPPRHflUnford Ky R B MAHONEY Pres J T WHITE Secy W S FISH Trcas The Citizens and7Y Title Co Farms houses and lots for rent aaleor exchange erson8cJCIir 1 qi y Mies or purchases ip realty of all kinds Call oil orv Ivrj 8aJ1TAlFOIlD KY ProtPpthSn4 Re4Sor able ctlmmjj onsy Our Specialty Phone 200 ail I J u c f id HATS f 1 t k 1 1 IPA- St ct 101 rf i I Iy i p 7 Ii e Those new suits you have been buying calls for a new hat and as most of you our Suits then you should have our V hats we can furnish you the full shape STETSON at 350 to Rel 5 The small and mediumtshape Stetson for young min at 350 and 4 n The next hat to a John B Stetson is thedSwan Hat at 250 3 and350 strictly young mens hats ofcourse you all knowthe real thing in young mens Straw hats is the Yachtshape v ax My dresser out prices run from 1 dollar to 350 they are the style They are pret i ty and they are fine 1 HsJ MdtOBRTlSTANFORD KENTUCKY EiG L Penny R II Coffey E It Dr Hess Poultry Panacsa fB r VIII make hens lay cure thorn of dUcape and keep them inrgood thrifty condition I The increase ia tho number of egg laid will more than hay for the small expenw of fecdmg- f I It is sold at Pennyn Drug Sto- rePINNYS I DRUG STORE Btanford Kentucky When You Have J y I i1 ProdW1ceI f0 To Bell CallI if H Bt 11tlfth ofti1 V Lftr ff pfJtr YflP el a t 4 u y 1 J h- fa I 4 wunM d11t lUDQ M 1 1 a d r YtlK r I 1 ALE aAtr 191p 1TMk 1WTEEIOR Ot JOURNAL STl FO IKy V FAG1F1TI I pee+eoeeeraeeeeeeaeto reeeiee r New Wash Goods 3We ore showing some pretty novelties in wash goods o nome spun linens at asc home spun linens 15c new French ginghams new flaxons in checks F i Fine Embroideries Pretty flounclnge at 50c to 5 per yard iSuitsand Skirts i Let us show you our suits and skirts We make a specialty of making a skirt just like you want it oIeeaeeetlr NMOLBB Bobbin and Shuttle for A DrugStorePERSONALS EDWARD WALKER a prominent Gar rand tftunty farmer U quite ill v J S IIOCKER went up to London on r e s t a baetaeH trip Tueeday W A YEACER mado a biHlnest trip toEUMbetfatown this week JOHN SHANKS spent several days wltb her slater Mrs II K Bourne at Nevi CM tie ARTHUR BROWN returned to school at Bere after spending the Easter boll days here- Mts PHIL STRADER of Beverly W Vaie the guest of her former school mite Mre H C Baughman Mua Brrrie HARDUI and Mba Mary MeUey have returned from a visit to LookvUteMHW BOURNB and Mrs Je loose Tkwky of Garrard spent Wed MMtar wfefc Mr W It Warner MR AND MRS JNO G LYNN or flue MrsWAdvocate hinge1II blRIMyI ROBMT ROOT leaves this week for bhrbome in Koosevelt Oklahdma after I aleegthy visit to hie mcther In this cewttyMR ORVILLE CARMAN and Miss Au pita Waldner were married Sunday Mar 12 and will be At home at Mil I thaIMtirt1 EMU MEIER went up to Corbin Thurs day to start a bakery for Cyrus Cover MRS W S WARREN who has been quite III ia somewhat better Mils Nancy Warren is very low however CIIENAULT IIUGUELY J W Harlan and Scott Glare of Danville drove over Wednesday in a motor car J C LEECH of Arabia was In town early in the week and renewed for the cheapest and best for another year DR L S MCMURTRY tho famtous physician of Louisville came up Wed nesday to see John Owaley Reid who continues quite low Tho popular young man is reported as having held his own Wednesday night FRANK lURus and wife IT Ballard I Linvlllo and wife and son Daniel are touring the South at far as Key West Fla taking the steamer there for Ha vans Cuba Returning to New Orleans they will take In tho Shriner meeting and be at home about the 25th of April LOCALS I WORKMEN can find the best overall ahirU etc at the Country Store TRY an Old Hickory wagon Pence Bros LIMB and whitewashbrushes at W IL Hlggins REV G C BEAN ofLouisville will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and evening I EVERYBODY is invited Come and see the quality and style and get prices on my hats Just across from Phillips store Miss Mary Phillips J I 0 IYou AreIr Always Angry II When your shoes do tot fit I e You Will Always M Smile r I rifyou will let us fit you with a pair of Oxfords in I Queen Quality r Red Crow I14y FOR THE LADIES OR Boston teII 11 p Him Eclipse Butler Our SpeEal- I II I n FOR MEN New Stock i New Colors I New Lasts r IN Fact everything Cuts m Low L50 to 550I urnnlins Yearen I- YI1C1t11r4I 9 7t oeeeeeeeeeueeeeneIS To the market weve found necessary on account of S the brisk early Spring business v and are betterprepared than ever to supply you with your Spring and Summer 2 needs The increased patronage we have continued to enjoy is due to the fact that our goods are as represent = ed We make good every statement we are never 2 undersold When quality is considered S S- aa Severance Son STANFORD KENTUCKY George Richardson of Danville has filed suit against tho Cincinuali South ern railway for 15000 damages Some weeks ago Richardson was in a wreck near McKinney and sustained a frac tured skull and other Injuries q For Coughs and ColdsTroubled with cough hard cold bronchitis or justtheseall about it what he thinks of it No medicine can ever take the place of your doctor Keep in fullyNotaulive granultedjCHARLES LONG R popular furniture drummer of Frankfort was here this week visiting the trade SCREEN DOORS screen windows at W Higgins FRESHCAUGHT river fish at tho Country Store toda- yLoerAutomoblle glove Reward for return to MUs Luella White Orplngton Mrs W J Holtzclaw Stanford R F ID No1 FISHING tackle and baso ball goods at the Country Store THE freshest wrinkles in neckwear at Cummins WearenaSLOST hulaanylocket engra ved S L T Reward returned to Mrs Jesse Traylor 92t BUGGIES of quality each Colum bus Mager and Brockway at Pence Bros PLYMOUTH ROCK Leghorn and Black Minorca eggs for sale 1 per 16 Ed S TUB Bernie tobacco transplanter at W H HIggins Try ono nothing better QUEEN QUALITY Oxfords hold their shape and style Let us fit you Cummins Wearcn Moreland School Closes After Successful Term Honor Roll of Pupils Prof E L Grubbs the capable prin cipal of the Moreland High School was In Stanford Wednesday his school hav log just closed its term after very suc cessful work He reports the following honor roll for the term ended Grade 9 Harvey Hopkins Ojcar L Minks Minello and Ada Pruitt Madison Sandidgo Grade 7Ernest Ford Oneita Show maker Mary Coldiron Myrtle Morgan Grado 4 Commodore Coldiron Sadie Mills John Best Bernie Baker Grade 3losie Compton Joe Dries ler Frank Feistritzer Caddis Coldiron Harry McKinley Mack Clarkson Grade 2Allie Owens Charlie Sin gleton Willie Minks Louis and Flor ence Merriman Andy Feletritzer Jim Merriman Florence Minks Marshall EllisGrade 1Irene Morgan Willie King Christine Coffey Prudence Ferrill PrimaryThelma Owens Will Reed Fritz Driesler The following were present every day Ernest Ford Ada Dand Willie Pruitt Keith and Marshall Ellis Mat tio Gaddis Agnes Russell Gaddis Coldiron and Charlie Singleton missed but one day- Enrollment 124 out of a census of ISO Average attendance 75 for seven months hear L Minks Ernest Ford and Ada D Prewitt won the three spelling prizes the last day of school Prof Grubbs will take the school census of Moreland both whlto and colored the first week in April The 00 new books for the Moreland High School Library arrived lastw and the library now has 158 new eekI and 20 second hand boclfa valued at Prof Grubbs thoughtof up private school bu concluded that It aI too late tolbeginone noV and will NOrk rtktModini1V J nofAseriea- r Lnt1 Miss Cora Poor an attractive young lady living near Buena Vista Garrard county surprised her many friends by going to Burgin and being united in marriago to Robert Holcomb also of Girrard a A some Ask him close H if Hubbard I BERTHA LOVBLACE a 11 year old girlI of Wayneaburg was taken to the Re form School at Grecndale this week by Sheriff McCarty She bad proved in corrigibleBEST watch in the world at the I Country Store DRESS MAKING and sewing of all kinds done by Miss Mary Zeller at J I F Cummins residence Satisfaction guaranteed OUR great low price sale still on and were atlllselllng everything below cost Better come quick S Gold stein REV Jos BALLOU conduct ser vices at tho Mt Xenia schoolhouse on the Danville piko Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock A Sundayschool will be or ganized and it Is hoped that all who can will be present I HAVE made a change in my buggy and implement business and all who owo an account that is past due will plense call and settle at once Also all notes that are due and past due must be paid at once E T Pence FLY time to at handGet our low prices on seeenl for your windows and doors George H Earris 82 Lamps dont fall to see those suede Oxfords in gray and blacks Prices S3 to 360 at Cummins Wearens FOR SALETwo car loads of Indiana and Illinois draft mares and one car load of Western mares all young and some in foal J H Baughman Stan ford Ky Phone 46 Tits infant of Mr and Mrs James Messer on the Hustonvillo pike died at their home early in the week They have the sympathy of everyone in their bereavement S c B LEGHORN eggs for sale Best laying strain Write or phone Mrs R L Berry Hustonvillo Ky 710 PURB Plymouth Rock eggs 1 for setting of 15 Mrs A R Nunnelley I Turnersvllle John Henson charged with killing Samuel Early was found guilty at Bar bourville receiving n life sentence in the penitentiary Henson who is a wealthy man was accused of the kill- Ing of Early a Flat Lick merchant Early was killed in a general fight following a school election last fall Amusement aai Eater tainment Every Evening The Intent and bet runuf moving picture nt the ThPQtorlura Ilease the grown Jolts dellubti the children A new picture every night Only finnU loo KMlLGKKrmiUKa paop HtuBfordKy Here is your Chance to Get a Good Money Making Busi ness at a Bargain I goodsladlesI Stanrord desIres to leave the elty for per- sonul reason Ho will sell ontntnlmrRam If taken at onoe H look will Invoice about 18000 Apply to JNTBHIOU JotruHAi offlco for Information MASONS MEET PAHwlilmretIn I third Monday nlRbti ofoaoh month at 730 olook In theIr illl on main Rtnn ford Kya Dtebtnreofsister lodge are frn toraully invited to be present T W Pen nlURton Hoc I WA TRIBBlEFurnijure AUu ierlakug Day 1bene 28 t Night PhOna IM ti nfetrd lIahII I 2 p ir ISU eiSSSISeeIie S SSie ebee i 1 New Floor Coverings- We 5 have just received new druggets new rugs new mattings etc a New Silks Having sold our first purchases we have just received new patterns in silks jiee eeeq s L R Hughes T W Humble W U Martin Corsets special models Warners without exceptions perfectly 1and brought beautiful importedContilshandsomely heavy sidcsJbouQdminiged HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Field aid Poultrtj Fepce I I IhaveAmerican strong and bestsJam W E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY liit uur WEHave the Superior 2horse corn planter with edge dropping plates SuperiorJhorsetiplanters and fertilizers planters tested satisfaction elrraeal W H HICOINS9 Stanford Kentucky Barn Lumber For Sale f 120000 feet Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Bfcrri Pat terns which I will seW for cash or fi deforCOmHoy or good HorSos and Prices on this roo son bl U4 VWte meet 6fitoRespcctfu1Iyrr at- C JSIPPLE London Ky H We call your atten Lion to our new line of cor sets The latest of rust proof corsets have the most hip back lines that have out this season in the new sheath effect We have them in all styles and sizes long or short with high or low bust as suits customer This is a with wide lace extra elastic hose supporters at rubber coated non rustable steels wrapped linen prices from 1 to 5 I j i car of Fence the est t I both and flat al J have been and give p of Cm a in CLEMENSHQTEL J L ELKIK Pror DANVILLEKENTUCKY r1traveleror month Tile U former Lea coin county Man nndhlglrluidahouid rsmember hin wben stopping Irtaiw towu IJN NOTICE I Ilttle Mal or wlJJlrMfBUlproperly t J th are me 1mwCdletelYAawlulstnewHe ssi q a r rrah s5yi1 SDMy M1vMw + bnN Yta1w iM r4ing e4vye l44n FMgNwG a+iaM + Mrrii r MrM ta1+ y C t 1910PAGZNew Goods Every Day r We are now receiving new goods by every express and within the last few days have received about 50 packages of ladies garments All from New York City no western goodsandshowing the very latest ideas prevailing in tne eastern cities Now is the time to do your spring shopping while stocks are at their best Among these late arrivals are dozens of new silk dresses in Foulards Pon gees changeable Taffetas Rajahs etc New Accordeon pleated dresses Over skirt dresses in many colors and prices from 15 to 45 Also a big lot of white and colored Lingerie dresses at all prices from t 250 to 25 and imported Scotch Gingham dresses at 650 and 850 white and colored linen dresses in many styles Hundreds of new white Lingerie and tailoredshirt waists entirely new and very attractive styles Pure Irish lin en tailored waists in three styles at 125 Lingerie waists in special values at 2250 and up to 10 Over 200 new silk waists made of black and colored Taffetas Pongee Ra jah Messaline Chiffons and fancy Taffetas and Seco silks at 250 4 5 an4 96 Linen tailored suits in immense variety of both styles and price ranging from 4awell tailored pure linen suit at 750 up to very elaborate suits at 30 Our line of tailored wool suits is decidedly the most attractive we have ever shown Over 200 to select fr6m at prices from 15 to 35and all the popular colors We are selling hundreds of Coronet hair braids because we are selling them just about half usual prices We offer fine Rea wavy hair braids 36 in long at 4 and 6 f A B Robertson B Bro 1 w 2 Danville Kentucky= r x J r FARMERS DEPARTMENT SHEEP DIP at Pence Bros1 Eight good twoyearold mules for sale J E Bruce tf FIVE good second hand buggies for dale B D Carter Stanford Ton SALE30 choice mules all ag from colts to 5yearolds Several Matched teams Phone 4G Jas H Saughman Stanford KyeFOR SALE Pure Boone county white seed corn 125 per bushel See sample at Lincoln County National and First National Banks Also 15 bushels of cultivated hemp seed S J Embry Jr and John C Pepplee Stanford B F Cain sold a good brood mare to J T Martin for 150 LAND HOLLERS doubledisc harrows and drag harrows Hoosier corn planters and all kinds of harvester machin cry at Pence Bros C L Pyle of Hustonville was here last week buying cattle H6 secured 32 head at 42cts Adair News Rev A L Caulder colored sold his family horse to Mr Bryant for 100 His ad in the I J did it A T Nunnelley sold 30 cattle to Rob Thompson Monday He bought three heifers from Anderson Carr and three mares from Will Grimes CARROLL PRESTON Sited by Preston 922 by Washington 54 by Cromwell 73 by Wash logton Denmark 64 1st dam Baby Pence sired by Enoch Arden 2nd dam Lady Pence by Aknont Forest 2863 3rd dam by Garrard Chief He is a beautiful bay 15 Ji hands high four years of age He has 9Mre natural action than any horse living and from his success as a aiMmr horse in his three year old fonn bids fair to make a greater show 8raethan his grand old sire being Undefeated in his class as a three JK old and always getting his part in the stakes against the crack show knee of 1909 a11 great young stallion will make the season of 1910 at the stock PIlls of AT Nunnelley Stanford Ky at the reasonable figure of 25 a living colt Mores kept at 250 per month and not respon oiMe for accident or escape Season due when mares are parted withor w 4Md to other stock x WOWalker Stanford Kentucky 1 II 1 FOR SALE Four good brood mares A T Nunnelley- W P Martin made anUmbcr of good sates out in the country VIe sold a cow and calf to Jones for 40 a sow at lOic a pound 8 shoats at the same price a number of lambs for Juno do livery at 7c and to B F Cain a number of lambs for delivery in June at G cents ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE I THOSE having claims against the es tate of Geo B Saufley deceased are notified to present same to under paymentThose LPenny Old Sam No More Old Sum the old gray horse which has Been in the Shanks family for al most a quarter of n century died at weekiof man than Old Sam and hU death was genuinely regretted by the family which he had faithfully served so long He was well known in town and for years had been a familiar figure on the streets BUY harness of a regular dealer where YOU can get quality J C Mc Clary PRESTONINO 022 VOL ii If This Champion 5 gaited addle stallion of Kentucky Winning at alt the Kentucky fait tad abo at the hone shows at Buffalo N Y St Louii Mo and Kansas City Sited by Waditagton No 54 Best dim Bel byRfiodenck Iso J04t ascends m by Denmark Ptejton u a brown hortql5 34 handirughwitlr fine ttyle ndyert high action He hu DOt only proven himself Id be a giral Jiowhorie but alto a great bleeder He U the 3500lotHe ii the pad We of Diana of the Lea a winner at Maduon Square Carden lest Fall for NYPrertoo will make theca oa of I9l0at stable in Crab Orchatd Ky at the reaioaable figure of 20 lo injure a liring colt Will keep rarer oo graw at 2SOper mouth but wit not be- reJPOulLle for accideet or ocape of dock Seatoo It due 3 mare illra4cdor parted with or to stack Ja C BAILEY firal OIehnI Keakseky- k When yon buy a suit of clothes get New York styles all wool at SAM ROBINSONS Stanford Ky II II IiSHOES OXFORDSI Mi ClothingAL L SANDERS Kentucky1ftBI Money Ifyou have anything to lathe STOCK LINE Tnko to Nunnelleys New Stock Yards Ho buys and every hi the except Sunday your Hock market in State with plenty of f eel and water best covered outiiib of Louisville or J etingt JII STANFORD KY Wo also do general hitch amljfccd businewt W L MCAHTYflres E 0 WALTON rdt HUOHESS A Stanford Real Estate Co Stanford Kentucky v tr I Farms and Town Property Handled on Commission Stocks and Bocd If yoiHavoProjHsrty toSell or Rent Notify Us Write Circular to I LeR HUGHES Secretary Stinford Ky Tinijing Plumbing Heatirjg 4 yourhousePorcelain Bath OutfitHave W K WARNER to install your I country water works witk reasonable prices and guarantee Wp also carry+ kutock FORCEAND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing aad Roofing Patuts and eee UH Telephone 188 W K WAHNCRr Stanford Ky Polled Angus Bull i will eland my thoroughbred Angus bull at my place oa Homeriet pike a fJXO due when cow known to be with calf or partr from W0va14 etaatsirrlKyA wli sells day year Bringon Beet I tlio pens Pres Sold for Call Tolled Boone Cwaty Wtte Seed cFU4dseleotedbutiedtlppedabetted bad graded for edge drop or allY planter IIM- ha Wilt deliver at BtanforJ Itys ae t Bear day WALTON E HOWL p MMt rfjr at Q tt