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NO. 15 RUDE AWAKENING FOR LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM Klopintf Pair From Pulaski Caught Here By Irate Parent Before Women Called to Meet Monday Afternoon to Form Civic CONLEY GETS CONTRACT FOR NEW SIDEWALKS BUILDERS WILL BE BUSY . Census Takers Named. Supervisor Miles Names Thirteen Good Men In Lincoln. LONG SLUMBERING HERE THIS SPRING FEUDJBREAKS OUr Fi- Organization. As fnrecanted in tho last iisuc of the I. J., several prominent women of tho Gretna Green Reached, Stanford churched have issued a call for IOvp's youpg dream had a nido n mai meeting of tho women of the awakening for Luther Ashley anil Mis city Monday afternoon for tho purpose forming an organization, whose pur-poNellie Jackson, n couple of tender years of of eivlc ahull ofScienco Hill, I'ulimkl county, who 'conditions be tho betterment in the city. Hie call m isTuesday drove through to Stanford night, intending to catch n triiln hero sued read na follows: TUB CALL. and hie away to Jcirersonville, Indian, at which celebrated Gretna Green they All the matrons and maldcni of StanIntended to bo married. Ashley hi on- ford who are interests In thwlr town, ly and hiii prospective bride hut 15, their neighbors or themselves will meet and her mother objected strenuously to at the ChrMtinn church Sunday-schoo- l the marriage Lato that night Mnmhal room nn Monday afternoon at 2.M, II. I Carter wan telephoned by the April 1th, to organize mi Improvement mother, Mrs. Marian Jackson, from Club, auxiliary to the Kentncky FederScience Hill, whoatkipl Itim to make ation of Women's Clubs. The work of search for her runaway daughter and tho club will Im exdained ami names After their place her under nrrest if found heru. taken for membership. Marshal Carter beul no trouble loeating meeting tho members will be eleejtcd by the young Lechinvar nnd hit sweet. billot. Mrs. W D Walker, Mrs. J. J. Dick- for they wore sitting out the night at tho I.. & N. depot wailing the oy, Mrs. P. M. MeltoberU, Mrs. J. C arrival of the northbound train, due at McClary. 4.20 a. M., which would take them on to LouUvllle and JolTorsonvllle. They Dr. Crossfield had placed the double team in which they had driven across country In a livm ' tit-ur- But Many Property Owners Had Several New Residences and BusAlto.neys Bobbitt And Culton iness Houses Planned Row Already Arranged For Local Census Supervisor N. I) Miles, of nally Appeal to Force'to Setland Wants Tobacco Nicholasville, who hai charge of the Firm to Do The Work. tle Old Scores. Warehouse. Eighth Congressional district, has apThe City Council held a special session Tuesday night and opened bids for the laying of concrete sidewalks on Muin street from Depot meet, past tho Presbyterian church, where ever such sidewalks have not been laid by Jho property ownurs and accepted by the city. Phillips Bros, nnd the ConleyJ Construction Company, of Somerset, were tho only bidders, and (he latter was sueeeftflful on its bid of 16i cents per square foot. A number of property owners, however, had already made contractu with Phillips lire., nnd stated that they wished hit) pavement, so the council voted to accept tho work the local Arm woukl do for the property owners who preferred it Some criticism was made of the pavements which the Conloy people have laid on certain streets here, the statement being made that in one place it is possible to dig rocks out of the concreting with a stick, while on another street practically every square of pavement has cracked Mr, Conley, who was present, said that he had mado ample bond to the city to guaranteo his work, and that he intended to relay that portion of pavement that had shown much cracking. It was agreed that no pavement vill be put down in front of the court house until tho contractors arc through with the building operations and rcgrading of the yard. Mayor A. B. Florence presided over the council meeting, with Councilman J. A Allen. M. D. Elmore, E T. Pence and W. K. Shugara present. pointed the census takers for Lincoln of mammoth pro- county, who will go to work early in pcnn likely to hit Stanford April. The list by precincts te as fol portions with thi advent of spring Several cit- lows: izen iirf pUnning to build residences, Stanford No -R. C. Arnold. while plans are going on for the erect-IoStanford No. 2- -J. B. Built-y- . of the large tobacco warehouse of Stanford No. 3 W. M. Duncan. which W. P. Klncaid told in the 1. J. Stanford No. 4 -- J wee Prfce. several weeks ago. Th site for it has Crab Orchard No 1 T. J. Culton not yet been determined. A free locaIt. Dlllloii.Jr. CrabOrchardNo W. tion wus olfered nt Rowland by the Wayneaburg No. 1 N G. Uruner. hustling eitlsens of that little burg, but Waynesburg No. M. I). Walls. it Is hardly probable that Rowland will Wayneaburg No. W. D. Wnllln. secure it Huetonville No. 1 -- Fred Carton. ' Denham Bros are preparing to erect Hustonvllle No. 2- - Grnt North, n large conl and fern! warehouse off the llostonvllle No .: Rowland llrshop. rallrond, nar their house on lower E Hustonville No 4 W lllankenshlp. Main street. They will have n spur track built to tho warehouse from the Good Work Appreciated railroad and will handle a lot of their big business In this warehouse. J. C. Eubanks has had plans made Stanford School Selected as Counfor the erection of four buildings and n ty School For Four Years. bowling alley on the old Christian church property on Depot street The The Lincoln county board of educaold building, which has been n landtion met in Stanford this week and semark in Stanford for many years, will lected the Stanford Graded and High soon be torn down, and slightly modern School as the county high school for a business houses replace It. term of four years. A rate of S3 50 Logon Hughes is planning to build a per pupil for those attending, who livo handsome, frame residence outside, of the Stanford Graded School on his lot, on the old Hill property on district, was agreed upon by the memEast Main street. J. A. Allen will put bers of the county board and the trusup a nice frame cottage on Logan ave., tees of the city school, instead of the and Will Stone is planning to build a flat rate of $1,000 which has been paid nice one on one of his lots on Portman per season by the county board hith avenue. erto. The paU year has been a most successful one for the High School and the members of the county board ap"Gabe" Addams pear well pleased with the work which has been accomplished. A business boom n 2-2-3-two-stor- y ' ' i ery stable. Young Ashley made a strenuous to induce the officer of tho law to permit them to go on their way rejoicing, but he could not be persuaded to relinquish hit duty even at the dulcet call of tho God of Love. So he took the girl to his home, where she remained with Mrs. Carter during the rest of tho night, whilo the dejected went to n hotel. Ho declared, however, that they might n well be lrmitted to be married in peace, for thev would eventually wed, and it was simply a question of how soon. Marshal Mrs. Jackron telephoned Carter to meet her at Junction City with tho girl Wednesday morning, and there she took her daughter with her '. for a visit to Indiana, but not to Afhley disconsolately wend cd his way back to the hills ot Pulaski ef-fo- rt near-groom Jeffor-SMivllk- To Speak At C. E. Convention To Be Held At Crab Orchard. Tho Eighth District Christian En deavor Convention convenes at Crab Orchard Saturday and Sunday, April 2 and!!. Many C. E workers from Stan ford and other parts of tho 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 tho session will be nn address by Dr. R. II. Cross-fielpresident of Transylvnnia Univer sity, Lexington. Court at Mt. Vernon Bobbitt Incongruvially Discusses Officials and Affairs. Mt. Vernon, Mar. 29th. Dear Tipped For Clerkship of Peniten tiary at Twelve Hundred Per 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. i .i J I again at dear old Mt Vernon, attending court. Judge Bethurum presides it with dignity and ability. His instrucOdd Fellows tions to the grand jury, the strongest, Ray is recovering and is indicted on ablest and most forceful to which my Interested In Orphans Home Rally the charge of killing Turner, and the admiring attention was ever given. two Turners are charged with firing at How proud I am of those two boys, At Lexington Late In April. Ray, Warrants for tho nrrest of the Leonard and Burgess! It may welt be three men were issued. Ray is still said of them par nobilo fratrum. A Odd Fellows arc interested in confined to his home Local and will not be nobler, grander pair of brothers never Noted Kentucky Lawyer Dead. the Orphans Home Rally Day, which placed in custody until he recovers suf- walked among men. Both of them will be held in Lexington April 33th. ficiently to be taken in court. married relatives of mine on the Stigall James Pendleton Helm, one of the This is tho anniversary of the founding The indictment agaiust Frnnk Turner side of my house. All tho big, grand most noted lawyers In Kentucky, died of the Independent Order of Odd Fel- came as n surprise, as no evidence was people of this beautiful mountain town at his home in Louisville on Tuesday lows and it was deemed appropriate secured at the coroner's inquest indi- are related to me. As for me I reflect morning of chronic heart disease. Mr Rally Day be, cating that tho Orphan's Homo that be took part in the bloody moro glory upon my relatives than I Helm was CO years of age. He was set for a celebration of the anniversary affray. can inherit from them. Bonaparte born in Hardin county, near Elizabeth-town- , of tho founding of tho order. said this before I did, and it is pardon In January, 1850. His father, This order which now has more than able in both of us. tho late John L Helm, was elected Big Fire At Lawrcnceburg. a million and a half members, was Tho Commonwealth's attorney, Judge governor of Kentucky in 1865. His founded In Baltimore In 1819. by five Fire broke out In tho barn of the Jarvis, is upon the throne of greatness mother was the daughter Ben Hardin, men and all tho lodees in this State as well now as when he once adorned who was one of the most famous attor have been asked to initiate at least five Burley Tobacco Company at Lawrence the bench. My cousin, Hugh Miller, as neys Kentucky has ever known. Mr. on the day mentioned as the anni Durg luesuay afternoon, entailing a men loss of $51,000. Nearly 200,000 pounds circuit court clerk, is only equalled by Helm's father became fatally ill before versary of the founding of the order my nephew of Lincoln, Jas. F. Hold the inauguration and the oath of office and also as Ornhan a Homo Rally Day. of tobacco were burned, at a loss of am. Tho new sheriff has the right was given Gov. Helm on his deathbed I. N. Williams and Grand about $30,000, fully covered by insur Grand Master name Nicely. I am under many obli at the family home near Elizabethtown. Secretary It. G. Elliott are very busy ance. The main, part of the Lawrence-bur- g Supply Co. was destroyed with a gatlons to tho Rev. John Elder and his Mr. Helm's elder brother. Gen Ben st Lexington preparing for this eelc congregation for the sincere and copi Hardin Helm, was commander of the bration. A number of local Odd Fc loss of Jir,000, partially covered. A ous tears they shed over ray bier Sun Confederate First Kentucky Brigade, Hawkins & Co., Lexington Brewery lows will attend. Co., Southern Railway Co , and S. R, day, when it was announced that I had better known as the Orphan Brigade. of Howser suffered a loss of $6,000, with .been killed at Crab Orchard Saturday Gen. Helm was a brother-in-laFearful Crime in Bourbon. in open court, shot five times. It was Abraham Lincoln, they having married only partial insurance. like Brutus showing and commenting on sisters. Gen. Helm was killed at the Caesar's wounds. What a great glory battle of Chickamauga. Miss Nora "11. Raincv. tho May Run. Judge Bell to live after death in the fond memory daughter of Dud Rainoy. Is In a critical of friends! her father a homo near condition at Justice Brewer Dead. Judge W. Con Bell, More anon. Fontaine Fox Bobbitt. Former Circuit North Middlctown, in Bourbon county, of Mercer county, Is the latest known as a result of an alleged assault upon aspirant for a democratic nomination Washington, D. C. March 31 Jus Mrs. McKee her Monday. She eays she was walk- for Stato olllcc. Judge Bell wanta the tice David J. Brewer, of the U. S. Su ing along tho road going home, when a nomination for attorney general of preme Court, died suddenly Monday stranger caught up with her In a bug- Kentucky. Several weeks ago he made Prominent Woman Passes Away night from a stroke of apoplexy. He she wanted to rido. gy and asked her if a trip to Washington to confer with At Kings Mountain. had not been in good health for some She accepted his offer to tako her Congressman Johnson and other mem time, but was still able to be up and athomo and as soon as she got in the ve- bers of the Kentucky delegation rela Mrs. Mary McKee died at the home tend to work. He went to tho bath and drugged. ''She hicle she was seized tive to his proposed candidacy. He al- of her stop-soJ. B. McKee, in the room and in a moment after his wife was found uncouclous several hours lat- so spent some dsys hero beforo the Kings Mountain section and her body heard a heavy all and when Bbe reachwoodland, with her clothing er in a close of the General Assembly, and was shipped to Cynthlana for'burlal on ed the bath room found him an expir off and her nearly torn off, her hair cut dropped it to one or more close friends Wednesday. Mrs, McKee was in her ing condition on the floor. He was nevbody mutilated and cut. Sho was ablo that he would get In if tho sign was 76th year and was one of the best known er conscious and breathed but a few give a good description of the man right. to Frartkfort Journal. and most highly esteemed women In timed after she reached hlra. Ho was and the officers are r courlng the counthat part of the county. She was 73 years old. try in an effort to capture him. That long a faithful member of the PresbyArc Through Plowing. whole end of tho county la highly exciterian church, and beloved by all who la ted over the crime end if the man I. J. Ad .Dkl It.. G, A. Brown and Thomas Owens, of knew her. She is survived by her huscaught and Identified be will likely1 be band, J. A. McKee, who is In hta (tlat near Preacheraville, were in town Wedsummarily dealt with. and respected (hat the farmers In nesday. They-eaMS Baugbman's fine Shepherd dog He WM fpund'uV$e Jumbo section. section are much more forward In citizen. that The Lash or A Fiend. says that bis lost ad In the I. J. their work than otters. They are all Don't Break Down. would bavo been about as welcome to through plowing and getting ready to did fine work. He thinks everyAi Cooper, of Oswego, N. Y as araer. put in big crops. Much tobacco will be Severe strains on the vital organs, one in 10 counties who saw a stray dog cough that defied Ilk stralnson machinery, cause break ell cm all remedies for years. "It was most raised in the Preacheraville end of Lin downs. You can't over-ta- x stomach, called htm up about it, as a result of troublesome at night." be writes, coln, and also over In Garrard, they liver, kidneys, bowels or nerves with- the little ad. "nothing bolped m till I used Dr. say. out serious danger to yourself. It King's Now Discovery whlck cured mo you are weak or or under Q. C. Excursions. cough at night completely I nsver strain ot any kind, take Electric fritkoow its matchless A Haa of Iron Nerve. ters the matchless tonlo medicine, now." Millions merit for stubborn colds, obstinate Indomitable will and tremendousener-g- y Mrs. J. K. Van de Sande.of Klrkland, The first excursion of the season via coughs, sore lungs, la grippe, asthma, are never found where Stomach, 111., writes: "That I did not break hemorrhage, croup, whooping cough, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of down, while enduring a most severe the Queen & Crescent Route to Cincinn h.vfflver. It relieves quleklr and order If you want these qualities and strain, for three moatte, U duewholly nati wilt be operated Sonday, April 10, Use them and 1910 never falls to satisfy. A trial con- the success they bring, use Dr, King's to Electric Bitten." I train. For fall nartfeu. vince. 60c. II. Trial bottle free. New Life Pills, the Baatcnlees iVHUII eniov health and atreturth. Satisfac Ian eaHoa ticket aeeat. W. C. Riae It's positively guaranteed, by Penny's tra, for keea brain and strong body. tion positively guaranteed. We at . u nwivi ant, (A r. A. ate at fenay's Drag Store m V Brm 8Nn. I I n. . nt je4r,-nd'arolnecor-taln- ly lung-racking run-dow- ounty. Interior Journal:- -I am back A tip is out in Frankfort that A. Ad dams, 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 n tentative candidate for prison commissioner, but withdrew in favor of tho present commissioner?, and the appointment to this office, which paysl.200 a year, will be made by them. $ SUvm-U- 1 n represents the BlshopandJ the "Slippery Elm" the Brummetts; the next time the "Cicero" tho.Brummetts and the "Slippery Elm" the Bishops. About once a month these attorneys sue their clients for pastjfees. It was at one of these trials whenj thejjgreatest fight that has ever taken place in old Crab Orchard occurred. As; usual between gifted attorneys, great and mighty questions were discussed. As neither lawyer had any law books on hand, the court had to tako their word. When Culton disputed Bobbitt'sjword, hesaid: "How dare you dispute the true word of a statesman; one whose voice has been heard in the halls of the Kentucky Lagislature, and one whom fate has decreed shall soon retire the 'Tall, Knotty Buckeye of,theSt. Asaph from Congress?" "What care IJfor;that?" said Culton. "I, too, am of royal blood I I was once county attorney of Knoxcounty; sat as special judge in several noted cases and Honor Roll am soon to be census enumerator for this magisterial district!" Said Bobbitt-"- My Of Stanford Graded And High ancestry fought at Bannockburn." School For Month of March. Said Culton "Mine bled at London- Prof. J. W. Ireland announces the dery." Then said Bobbitt-"Y- ou will bleed following Honor Roll of pupils for the right here," and took him, one on the month just ended: Raughman, Lucy nose. Primary Henry Then at it they went. Greek had Traylor, Wm. Tate, Manual Turpin, met Greek. It was evident that York Herman Walls, Isabel Warren. Grade 1 Smith Burke, Morgan S. should contend against Lancaster. Tho' Buughman, Edith there was no white or red rose on eiJoanna Ballou, Bright, Harvey Embry, Annie Eubanks, ther knight, yet Culton Jwent off with a George F. Farris, Ed Farmer, Joseph red nose and Bobbitt with a black eye. Grimes, Marie Powell, Thelma Powell, Those present at court stood back and watched an encounter in which as much Bettie Perry, Margaret Shanks. Mary valor was shown as when Clay stood Fenzel, Grade 2 Katherine Brackett, Rebecca Goldstein, Sadie before Randolph, or when Dickinson Wearen, Daisy Lunsford, Grace Ander- wentdown before "Old Hickory." When they were finally separated, the son, Sophie Saunders, Sam Craig, Morcourt-roofairly reeked with brimris Jackson. Baughman, Bailey stone. Grade 3 L'arl Col. Bobbitt will soon open his camDawep, Wm. Dozier, Thelma Francis, Rachel Hill, Virgil Moore, Willie Ran- paign for Congressman an independent kin, Sarah Traylor, Annette Wearen, candidate in the 8th district. Mr. Culton is a republican Jleader, very popuSarah Cormeney. 4 Hobart Morris lar with the masses. To whom his inArnold, Grad Bruce, Annie V. Craig, Sylvia Farmer, fluence will go in the coming contest is Birdie Ford, Roman Ford, Annie R. not known. We predict that these Powell, Alice Tamme, Claiborne Wal- knights will bury the hatchet and in the future will be friends. ton, Frances Embry. A Friend of the Combatants. GradeS Matsy Grimes, Nellie W. Hill. Mary Jarvis, Jean Paxton, ClinBobbitt's Side of Argument. ton Coleman, Joe T. Embry, Jesse ' Hocker. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mch. 31. Grade 6 Frances Brackett, Maud Eichenberger, Bessie Arnold, Ella Editor Interior JounNAL-So- me Moore, Effie Ware, Ethyl Smith, Jona mistakes are being circulated abroad in than Rankin. James Tribble, Selina regard to the fierce and sudden fight Routen, Sam J. Embry. between myself and abrothe,r lawyer Grade 7 Sallie M. Craig, Mary S. in magistrate's court at Crab Orchard Cook, Boyce Hunn, Morris Jarvis, An- on March 26. I want'to state that no ne D. McRoberts, James Owsley, Mary one was seriously hurt except the court M. Raney, Mayme Singleton, Gertrude fined each belligerent $5. In the fiercWilkinson. est part of battle I. fell backward over Robert a chair and my ungallantfoe attemptGrade 8 Effie Baughman, Carter, Marian Grimes, Wm. Grimes, ed to spread his huge form over me I atlike a South Amoricanampire. Eva Moser. to deal my foe Junior Joeoph Hopper. tempted In Senior Thomas Bright. a few vigorous kicks, but I did cot break two ot his ribs,; as reported. Sunday-schoto Reorganize. What I did was entirely in my necessa ry self defense, and I do not think that the The Logan's Creek union Sunday- - the injuries inflictedwouldjusttfy school, which has been in winter quar damage suit which I!fear is threatened. ters, will meet next Sunday afternoon I deny being knockeddown, but if I at 3 o'clock to hold the annual election was, any other man could have struck d o( officers, reorganise the classes and as heavy a blow. It was a diUiksulc.tlieJiteature for the second Hercules fighting a Lilliputian. I have quarter. All the ehlldrtn and adults of no bruises, no scratches, and am per the comsaanityare- cordially invited to fectly satisfied wlth'.thejflght; and alao won the law suit. Ijthope when the be present. court hears our apologies he will say: The Infant of "Big John" CamenUh "Go and fight no more." Fontainh Fox Bobbitt. lived but a few daya. Mr. and Mrs. Camenlsh have the sympathy of their Casey Sheriff Dead. many friend In their sorrow. T. F. Murphy.Hheriff of Casey counIt Saved His Leg. ty, died at hU heme st Powers, after "All thought I'd lose my Jejr,'' an Illness of several weeks with a writes J A. Kwenson, of Watertown complication of diseases. He was a Wis. "Ten years of eczema, that 16 splendid gentleman, a Maten, Maeea-be- e, doctors could not cure, had at last and member of the Baptist eewefa. Uld me up. Then Hucklen'a Arnlea Salve cured It, aound and well." In- He leaves a wife, two ebUdrea, Ma fallible for Bkla Eruptions, Eczema, a beet ot aother.Ja brother Salt Kheura, Bolls, Fever Bores, friends te mwroble ad ey dMM.-CMBurns, Sealds, Cuts end Piles. iUe at News. Penny's Prug SUira. self-defenol long-armewM-ow- ed The of Squire K. I). Noakp, at Crab Orchard, was greatly disturbed iHst week by an altercation between Fontaine Fox Bobbitt, (known as tho "Oi-roo- f the Mountains"), and T. 7 Culton, (known in Knox county ns tho "Slippery Elm of the Cumberland.") Shortly after the civil warfn dispute nrose between the families of the Bishops and Brummetts on Negro Creek, the dividing line between Lincoln and Rockcastle counties, over'ia division fence. Since war wns .first doe'nred between these families, nearly every Saturday in a justice's court, In either Lincoln or Rockcastle, they have had a law suit. With Bobbitt and f'ullnn 39 their lawyers. Atone term 'Cicero' rurt fci yL .juV - i f-- - .1 - t" PAGE TWO y nw wiwp-4n- 'jqg , '''Jywp1 W Mf'l'WWi " APRIL 1st, HMD TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. I Tup iMTRDinD IniiRMU lib Established JBVWIY 187 KIM TUB KIBNtYS WELL. inililiiun vuiutnui TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Health Is Worth Savlnp And Some Stanford People Know How To Save How To Collect Tour Notes and Accounts. It. if Many Stanford people take their lives In their hands by neglecting the kidPublisher neys when they know these organs SHELTON 8AUFLEY How can I collect What Is owinjr, me? This is tho all important question need help. Sick kidneys are responsible for a vast amount of suffering and with every merchant, wholesale firm, lmsinos and professional men, farPost Office at Stan ill health, but there is no need to suffer mers and, in Entered at tbo Never lias tho nuwtion been so fact, every one nor to remain in danger when all dis- prominent in tho businem world ford, Ky., as Second Class mall. ns it is today. The Iom of a few accounts weak eases and aches and pains due to the failure to collect n noto make you kidneys can be quickly and permanent- may cat up your profits in Imsinew: ly cured by the uso of Doan's Kidney that much poorer; not being nble, or in a position, to give- tho proper atPills. Tho following statement leaves tention, knowledge or experience to tho adjustment or examination intoeomo HON. HARVEY HELM no ground for doubt: dollars. ot Lincoln county, U a candidate for Mrs. R. F. Walter, Hill Street, Lan- claim in which you havo an interest may cnuo you tho loss of many for Oongreta from the hlghtli Our province and our business is to help you in these matters. Whether it dltrict,ubject to the action of the caster, Ky., says: party. "I never fail to praiso Doan's Kidney is a NOTE or ACCOUNT you are not ablo to collect; or whether it is ome Pills when I have tho opportunity, as clnim in which you have nn interest which need looking into carefully, wo Many people have asked us why wo they are certainly an excellent remedy, nro prepared to do it, and do if promptly. ThN is our business; wo make it I havo not been without a supply In preferred to quit our work on a daily the houso for years. When over my a study: Wo havo the facilities and wo havo the experience, and tho fact that paper, forsake the bright lights of a back becomes lame and painful, a few wo havo collected many dollars which wcro given up as lost, h one of our larger city and return to run a "coun- doses bring me instant relief. At one best arguments in favor of what wo can do. Our terms aro reasonable, and try paper" in a "country town." Wo time I feared that I had serious kidney wo make no charges unless we collect: Wo roako collections anywhere in tho trouble. Tho kidney secretions were have tried to explain in our own way unnatural and gave unmistakablo evi- United States. Wo recently collected nn account for n firm in tbo adjoining how we havo felt about it. The dence of disordered kidneys. At that county against it man in California. just If you have a claim which needs lookNew York Evening Mail recently told timo it was my good fortune to hear of ing after, or a note or account which you want collected, no matter how began their Doan's of a somewhat similar case, which gives use. InKidney Pills and Ikidneys were largo or how email, or where tho parties live, send it to us. We solicit your a short time my view of the matter pretty well. restored to a normal condition." our business. Dank references. The Mail said: Those of us engaged in For sale by all dealers. Price 60 eta. n Co , RufTalo, New York, newspaper work In New York have an idea sometimes that we are really very soIa agents for tho United States. Remember tho name Doan's and WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. big. Onco in a while, however, we take no other. have the conceit taken out of us by meeting some owner of a country newspaper, who, having tried New York Instruction J. O. Crabbe and the song newspaper work, having learned a lot is dedicated "To the boys and girls and Insures Tsbacco and Tsbacco by his experience, sought new pastures the Commonwealth." The song in full where people live as human beings is as follows: Nothing But should getting more sunlight and more KENTUCKY SCHOOLS. air than they do in New York. Oh, hail us, Kentucky students KaaaHLaaBaaHaHBafllaaaaVaM Francis Leon Chrisman was a special We bear a message, a jolly band; waHalaaaaaaaaaaVBwawawawawawaUaaaaaBwawH Th Insurance Man. newspaper correspondent in New York We fly the banner of "Education" many years ago. He decided that Mont-clai- r, To ev'ry hamlet in Dixio land. STANFORD, KY. N. J., only 13 miles out of New A school bell from ev'ry hilltop Rildence Phone M; Office, tfi. Inmire with me and be fully York would be a good town in which Shall start the echoes ! a wise God newsprotected. to print a weekly, human-intererules ! paper. He owns a fine building now From Sandy river, on, on to Mills Point Undertaken and Embalm baa a good job printing establishment We ring our slogan "Kentucky art. Also Dealen in publishes a weekly paper that is filled Schools 1" They with advertising is a great deal better Chorus. will excbangeJFurniture for s financially than off Cw) Kentucky school boys ! Kentucky of the workers in the newspaper field in ill Kindt of Stock. Give school girls I New York. TCf Kentucky schools ! Kentucky schools Them Call. Price Right. ! It is a great privilege, of course, to SV . fflBWti A t.K'.A be on a New York newspaper, because, Oh, hall us, Kentucky students (STANFOBD. KENTUCKY if a man keeps his eyes open, and lis- We love Kentucky, oh, home so dear; tens attentively, he acquires a knowl- Proud is her record In song and story edge that he cannot get anywhero else Her sleeping heroes wo e'er revere. on earth, but, after he has acquired it, But hear us, ye proud Kentucky of a To, arms, awake ye i A call for schools unless he becomes newspaper, or a famous "special" he Strike for your children, for home, for Embnlmer and cannot make nearly as much money as for honor ! he can by running a country news- And join our slogan, "Kentucky Ooalor in Saddlery, paper, nor will he get out of life as Schools I" as he does by much peace and comfort STANFORD, - KY- his own Oh, hail us, Kentucky students being his own Our girls are charming, our boys are Home PbonsU. OBm Pbont, leTy news gatherer, his own editor, his own true; advertising solicitor, his own collector. We fly "Old Glory," with "Education." All kinds of INSURANCE on nil He has no boss but himself. The jolly students, a fearless crew, kinds of property. Only the largEvery woman who wants to see this Our mothers have 'listed with us. est corapauica represented. Now Llvorv v city made cleaner, prettier and a better In forward movement for better Rates rw low as can bo meetschools; place to live in, should attend the Depot Stroot, had anywhere. ing which has been called for Monday "We stand united, we fall divided," Phono 90, afternoon. There's mighty little in So join our slogan, "Kentucky Ky., STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Schools!" this world that can resist the united forces of the women. They can do a CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, world of good in any city where their this advice. . demo-emtio Fostcr-Milbur- At fl Per Year in Adrance. HATS HATS. Those new suits you have been buying calls for a new hat and as most ot you nave our Suits then you should have our may's COLLECTION agency. Somerset, - - - Kentucky. lams. D. Insurance. hats we can furnish you the fiill shape STETSON at $3.50 to $5. The small and medium shape Stetson for yqung mefn at $3.50 and $4. The next hat to a John B. Stetson is the "Swan Hat" at 2.50, 3 and 3.50 strictly young men's hats, of course you all know the "real thing" in - J,L,Beazley&Co., 1 Jesse Wearen, J. C. McClary, - nineteen-twentieth- 1 i 1 - 1 editor-in-chi- Fish & Pennington, Insurance and Real young mens' Straw hats is the Yachtshape. My dresser ouj prices run from 1 dollar to 3.50 they are the style. They are pretty and they are fine. Jndortakor. Harness, H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. R. 11. Cofloy 1 proof-reade- r, Estate. B. D. CARTER, G. L. Penny K. R. Coleman Stanford. Phone 200. Br. Hess' Poultry Fanacsa Will make hens lay, cure them ot ilbcne and keep them in good thrifty condition. The increnno iu tho number of epgs laid, will more than (or the email expenno ot feeding. It i o!d at Penny' Drug 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 along every town's Strike while the iron is hot. line. New School Song Is Being Taught Children For bor Day Exercises. Ar- s i I ti i Prof. Ireland is having the school children taught the new State school Bong ''Kentucky Schools" in preparation for Arbor Day exercises which are being arranged. The words and music are both by Superintendent of Public Quaker Oats is the best if all foods; it li also the cheapest. When such men as Prof. Kisher of Yale University and Sir lames Cnchton Browne, LL.D F.K.S. of London spend the best parts of their litci in studying the great question of the nourishing and strengthening qualities o( different food, it is certain that their advice is absolutely safe to follow. Professor Fisher found in his experiments for testing the strength and endurance of athletes that the meat caters were exhausted long before the men who uerc fed on such food as Quaker Oats. The powers of endurance of the eaters were about eight times those of the meat eaters. Sir James Crichton Browne says-- eat more oatmeal, eat plenty of it and eat it frequently. 59 Regular size 10c packages, and hermetically sealed tins for hot climates. -non-me- Burgln, Kentucky. ot Auctioneer,, Chicago, ami have had experience tn the big cattle tales at the Union stock Yardi. Chicago, where we old tome inorougnureai a nifcn ai ii.uu, aiio hi horse sale wnera SO tales were made each day. Auctioneering li a science and I have tudled It with this Idea, He or phone me before ou arrange lor your aaie. 1 can make sales toyoar advantage. I'llONKlS-I am a sradnateof Jonei' National Bcbool I can lurnlih the publlewltb the belt, aa well at the frrabvat of cut flower, plantt of all kind., bulb, potted uowert, on abort notice. Alio make a tpvclaltr ot wrvatbe for for funeral puruo. In connection with the above, I have alt kind, of vegetables on hand at reatonablo price. OHIIIHTMAN UltKKN IIOUHKH. Ko HUUHAitn, (Stanford, Ky. iy Fruit and Ornamental Trees I CONCRETING nr't-clat- Btorc. Rverytblne for Orchard, I.nwn and Harden, una auuou mruwuvrrjr pianix. Wearln position to do nil kind, of conrren Catalogue,, creting, aucU at lllock Work, Pavement Ho Agents. and. In fact, we rnn muke any thing from boucedown to a fence ot. We rnn serve t, yon promptly aud guarantee H.JF. Hillenmcyer & Sons, work and inntrrlal. (Tall and get our price before you buy your material at leait. LaXIHOTOIf, Kkhtdckt. rhErVllvite rri is- - Stanford, Kentucky. rT? Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manufacturer ofj PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. EBBSBEBS&BBi&eSBER I My farm ot 17 acre, of good land, well Im Sirovvd.wrll watered und fenced. It for tale mile, from Htanford lu Markers and Posti, Cemetery and Lawn tbo May woodteven section. Houte baa ill rooint. Vaaeaand htottee. Orllce and wurka. New barn und otbur necet.ary outbuilding, Ky. A bargain If told at one. J. T. MYINOHTON, It. K. I), .No. I, Htanford, Ky Marble and Granite Monu- - FARM FOR SALE! monts, TO THE FARMERS. I 1 will continue to bundle Fcrtlllmilntho Jumbo and MoKlnney tectlona and mk my old patron to remember me. I alto utktbe patronage ol many new customer.. D.U.HlI'l'LK, London, Ky. J Je BELDEN, J J, UHl,I)HN For houte, carriage and lgn painting decorative paper banging alo nuggy trimming ot all klndt iuch at top recovered curtain and boot made. HtopoverAldrldga'a black, mlth ahop Wett Main Ht Hlnnford Ky , Spring & Summer Stock. rBone.po.izft l& Uave your nieainre taken by n tailor of experience. Then your o lot hem wattlier. a low price biulneM iult or the flneit evening olotbM, will have that Individuality and rf which plainly Indicate they, yvero made to your memuru. 1 will al hi take your uieai-ar- e (or extra trounen. fancy eiti. ton I deilre to tall privately tny ttotk of Clro- .. goou eoaU aad overcoat. Hpdng and Hummer ceriea ana itaruware. twins Will Intolce about UfiM. lUou ample on band ready lor your impaction 111 health. II. O. HUPLKY. The Tailor, (JKO. DHOlM,Klt.Htanford.'.K7. Htanford, Ky. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. uuu-no.- R. B. MAIIONEY, Pres. J. T. WHITE, Sec'y. XT. 6. FISH, Trens. SIRE REX PEAVINE, 1700, I, SI 1 Ali.Peavine 4092, DAM LUCY WELLS 040! by The Citizens Realty and Title Co Pea Farnw, houses and lota for rent, nalo'or exchnugo, Persons dceiring ijuiok Kileaor purclmeea 111 realty ot all kinds. Cull ou or write uiatqrAlfFOIlD, KY. When You Have To Boll Call .vine 2(53. H. Bf It. S. SGUDDER, M -- Promptness ancj , Reasonable .Cpmmissipn?: Our Specialty. 'Phone 200 "''' KINNEY KYI Nothcott, . -- .StajifordICy, Ti.o.ne,153A. TriURMAV h'tUDORi Urn, i - .w ' Pax. AV&U KHvvv PAGE FIYE ) 1. 1919 TttEDKPERlOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. I New Wash Goods. t j 5 A Second Trip J 2 To the market we've found necessary (on account of the brisk, early Spring business) and are better prepared than ever to supply you with your Spring nnd Summer needs. The increased patronage we have continued to enjoy is duo to the fact that our goods arc as represent- ed. We mnke good every statement, wc nre never undersold when qunlity is considered. v9900tt0C New Floor Coverings. J " Wc have just received new druggets new rugs, new mailings, eta f i Wc nre showing some pretty novelties in wash goods. Home spun linens nt 25c, home spun lincne 15c, new French ginghams, new flnxons in checks. Fine Embroideries. Pretty flounclngs nt 50c to $5 per ynni. J 5 New Silks. Having sold our first purchases we have just received new patterns in silks. J n Suits and Skirts. S Let us show you our suits and skirts. Wo mnke specialty of making n skirt just like you wnnt it Severance & Son, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. New Corsets. Sec the new models in American Lady corsets. $1 to $3, m f I Nbbdles, Uobblnt and Shuttlot for Gcorgo Richardson, of Danville, has Miss Cora Poor, an attractive young EmIl Meier went up to Corbin Thursall sewing machines at Penny's Drug day to start a bakery for Cyrus Govtr. filed suit against the Ctncinuati South- lady living near Uucna Vista, Garrard store. Mrs. W. S. Warren, who has been ern railway for $15,000 damages. Somo county, surprised her many friends by . PERSONALS-quite III, is somewhat better. Miss weeks ago Richardson was In a wreck going to Qurgin and being united in near McKtnney and sustained a frac- marriago to Robert Holcomb, also of Howard Walkkr, a prominent Gar- Nancy Warren Is very low, however. G irrnrd. tured skull and other injuries. rard county farmer, ti quite ill, Chenault Huguely, J. W, Harlan J. S. Mocker went up to london on and Scott Glore, of Danville, drove over Wednesday in a motor car. a business trip Tuesday, W. A. Yeaoer made a business trip J. C. Leech, of Arabia, was In town to Ellzabethtown this week. early In the week and renewed for the Troubled with a cough? A hard cold, bronchitis, or some John Shanks spent several days "cheapest and best" for another year. chronic lung trouble? There is a medicine made for just with her slater, Mr. II. K. llournc. at Dr. L. S. McMurtry, the famioua New Castle. these cases Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Your doctor knows physician of Louisville, came up WedArthur Hrown returned to school at nesday to ace John Owsley Held, who alt about it. Ask him what he thinks of it. No medicine Uerea, after spending the Easter holl-dacontinues quite low. Tbo popular young can ever take the place of your doctor. Keep in close here. man Is reported as having held his own touch with him, consult him frequently, trust him fully. Miss Phil Stradrr, of lleverly, W. Wednsday night. No alcohol in this cough medicine. j.c.Atj'crCo.,LowtU,Mau. Va., hi the guest of her former schoolFrank KaRus and wife, IT. Ballard mate, Mrs. II. C. MauRhman. Ayer's 1111- - Sugar-coittAl vegetable. Act directly on the liver. Gently laxaMrs. Bettib IIardin and Miss Mary Linville and wife and son. Daniel, are, tive. Dose, only one pill. Sold for nearly sixty yean. Ask your doctor about them. touring the South as far as Key West, Mobley have returned from a visit to Fla , taking the steamer there for Ha 17 rouNDS of standard granulated girl Bertha Lovelace, a Louisville. vana, Cuba. Returning to New Or- I sugar, f 1, Bt the Country Store, of Wavnesburg, was taken to the ReIlOURNE and Mrs. JeMiss AUJNE in leans, they will take in the Shrinera' form School at Grccndale this week by rome Tinsler, of Garrard, spent Wedmeeting and be at homo about the 25th Charles Long, a popular furniture Sheriff McCarty. She had proved innesday with Mrs. W. K. Warner. drummer of Frankfort, was hero this corrigible. of April. Mr. and Mrs. Jno U. Lynn, of Husweek visiting the trade. Best $1 watch in the world at the tonville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Screen Doors, screen windows at Country Store. LOCALS. W. Logan Wood, on Maple avenue. -- ... W. II. Higgins'. i i .i.i. Advocate. Dress Making and sewing of all Workmen can find the best overalls, M. G. Murphy, the popular kings Fresh-caugh- t Ohio river big fish at kinds done by Miss Mary Zeller, at J. Country Store. Mountain merchant, was in town Wed- shirts, etc., at the F. Cummins' residence. Satisfaction the Country Store today. nesday and was warmly greeted bv his Try an Old Hickory wagon. Pence guaranteed many local friends. Bros. Lost. Automobile glove. Reward Our great low price sale is still on for return to Miss Luella White. and we re still selling everything below ItonKRT Root leaves this week for Lime and whitewash brushes at W. S. Gold come quica. hi home In Itoosevelt. Oktahdms, after For Sale. Few nice Burt Orping- lust, ueuer stein. a lengthy visit to his mother in this II. Higgins'. ton cockerels. Also eggs for hatching. Rev. Jos. Ballou will conduct serRev. G.CUeanuand, of Louisville, Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stanford, R V. county. D. No. 1. on vices at the Mt. Xenia school-housMr. Orville Carman ami Miss Au- will preach at the Presbyterian church Fishing tackle and baso ball goods at the Danville pike Sunday afternoon at gusta Waldner, were married Sunday, next Sunday morning and evening. will be or2 o'clock. A Sunday-schoo- l Mar. 12. and will be at home at Mil- EvERYnoDY is invited. Come and see the Country Store. . . . i ganized and it is hoped that all who can ledtfcvllle after April I They have the the quality and style and get prices on The freshest wrinkles in neckwear at will bo present. hearty congratulations of their many my hats. Just across from Phillips' Cummins & Wearen's. . friends. store. Miss Mary Phillips. I have made a chance in my bueev Lost. Gold chain and locket, engraved S. L. T. Reward if returned to and Implement business and all who owe an account that is past due will Mrs. Jesse Traylor. please call and settle at once. Also Buggies of quality, such as Colum all notes that are duo and past due bus, Magcr and Drockway, at Pence must be paid at once. h.. 1 . fence. Bros. J Fly time Is at hand. Get our low Plymouth Rock,' Leghorn and Black Minorca eggs for sale. $1 per 15. Ed prices on screens for your windows and When your shoes do not fit. Hubbard. 2 doors. George II. Earris. L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin Corsets. Wc call your special attention to our new line of corsets. The latest models of Warner's rust proof corsets have, without exceptions the most perfectly designed liip and back lines that have been brought out this season in the new sheath effecL We have them in all styles and sizes, long or short with high or low bust as suits cus tomer. This is a beautiful corset, made of imported Con tils handsomely trimmed with wide lace, extra heavy elastic hose supporters attached both front and sides, bound throughout with le rubber coated steels, wrapped in linen, prices from $1 to $5. ed non-rustab- For doughs and Colds - katSprecf a. ei HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. e eia aiKi f ouicrq ijce. i 9-- You Are Always Angry I ' 1M P We 8-- You Will Always Smile J LaDlES, don't fail to see those suede The Bemis tobacco transplanter at W. II. Higgins'. Try one; nothing Oxfords in gray and blacks. Prices, $3 to $3.50 at Cummins & Wearen's. better. s of Indiana "Queen Quality" Oxfords hold For Sale. Two their shapo and style. Let us fit you. and Illinois draft mares, and one carCummins & Wearen. load of Western mares, all young and car-load- have another load , car of American Fence the strong est and best if you will let us fit you with a pair of Oxfords in Moreland School Boston Favorite some in foal. J. H. Baughman, ford, Ky. Phone 46. - Stan- Queen Quality, Red Crow, FOR THE LADIES OR AsBaV'ssflr aissssW The infant of Mr. and Mrs. James Hustonville pike, died Term-Ho- nor Messer, on the Closes After Successful at their home early in the week. They Roll of Pupils. have the sympathy of everyone in their bereavement. . Prof. E. L. Grubbs, the capable prin ii cipal of the Moreland High School, was S. C. B. Leghorn eggs for sale. in Stanford Wednesday, his school hav- Best laying strain. Write or phone Mrs. ing just closed its term, after very suc R. L. Berry, Hustonville. Ky. cessful work. He reports tho followPure Plymouth Roek eggs. $1 for ing honor roll for the term ended: 15. Mrs. A. H. Nunnelley, Grade 9 Harvey Hopkins, Oscar L. setting of Turnersville. Minks, Minello and AdaPruitt, Madison John llenson, charged with killing Sandidgo. Samuel Early, was found guilty at r, Grade 7 Ernest Ford, Oneita receiving a life sentence in Mary Coldiron, Myrtlo Morgan. Grado 4 Commodoro Coldiron, Sadie the penitentiary. llenson, who is a wealthy man. was accused of the killMills, John Best, Bertie Baker. Grade 3 Josie Compton, Joe D dea- ing of Early, a Flat Lick merchant. ler, Frank Feistritser, Gaddis Coldiron, Early was killed in a general fight, following a school election last fall Harry McKlnley, Mack Clarkson. Grade 2 Allio Owens, Charllo Singleton, Willie Minks. Louis and Florand' Enterence Merriman. Andy Feistntzcr. Jim Amusement 7-- 10 Shew-make- W. E. PERKINS, V- - CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. WE Have the Superior rie J Hanan, . Eclipse, Butler, Our Special Merriman, Eilis. Florence Minks, Marshall tainment Every Evening. FOR MEN. Thr latest and belt run of uiovlnit pictures Rrnila 1 Irene niorgan, Wllllo rung, BttqeTnw,tortum, pwawti tho grown lolks. Auvn picture every ueiiKntstnei'iuiaren. imrisune uouey, rruuenco rerriil. Primary-Thel- ma Owens, Will Reed. Frits Driesler. iawwMruoT Hf.uford.Ky ; corn planter with both edge and flat dropping plates, al- so the Superior 1 -- horse. planters and fertilizers. These planters have been tested satisfaction. give and New Stock, New Colors, New Lasts. Tho following were present overy day: Ernest Ford, Ada D and Willie Pruitt, Keith and Marshall Ellis, Mat-ti- e Gaddis. Agnes Russell, Gaddls Coldiron and Charlie Singleton missed but ono day. Enrollment 124 out of a census of 199. Here is your Chance to Get Good Money Making Business at a Bargain. Tlie proprietor otantitnbllnbeUilrj Average attendance 75 for IN Fact cvcrythinR in Low Cuts. $1.50 to $5.50 Cummins & Wearen, V f L STANFORD, KY. ii months. Oscar L. Minks, Ernest Ford and Ada D. Prewitt won the threo spelling prizes the last day of school. Prof. Grubbs will take the school census of Moreland both white and colored tho first week In April. The CO now books for tho Moreland High School Library, arrived last week and the library now has 153 new books and 20 second hand books valued at $53 Prof. Grubbs thought of getting up a private school but concluded that It was too late tojbegin one now and will go iama lurnuuingi ami suoo uuiinrw in Htunford dealrei to leave the eltv for oer. will Mill onal rvuioin. seven ir taken alonoo.HuHlook willoatatatiarsaln, invoice bdoui iMTBHIOk JOUUHAL OltlCO lUH). Apply to lor information. goods. W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Kentucky. MASON'S MEET. , oyiook in tneir nun on iiiuin irretit, Ky. Mvmlixr of sinter ludKOxare T. W. l'en. Invited to lm nlnxtoii Hoo. Minn-ford. thlnl Monday nlghta Lincoln Ixxlue No. M Y. A A. M. will imt In ttatvd roinmunlratlou on ruck flrtt nnd of iwcli month, lit 7;!U Barn Lumber For Sale 120.000 ! CLEMENS HOTEL Ijirgo, airy out.ldv room, J. L. Eijcin, 1W., DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, W. A. ' Furutyuro ami Undertaking, Dayl'liouo 28. NigM Phone 1M. TFllBBLF. ' iworkferlthe'Moderri'WooaBwn of trawler Toe proprietor la feet of Boxing. Sheeting or mouth.n (peclalty. Hr'ClHlitrutin ny Lin- : further and Frame Lumber for Banl Pat- coln roimty man and hit friend ktiouhl n lum Uan stopping m ni lowu. which I will sell for cash or terns, trade for Corn--, Hay or good Horses NOTICE and Mules. Prices on this very realaUi ot claims agnliwt. tt. sonable, (or I want toi.selh Jyrjte IITuuuihAvInc r. BotllllW,lc;ail.,wlUj)i"HlWY u' prot'Uii t luiint ubiw. TImm meatonceReepectfuliy,"1 riroperly are noil Ofd tunttMwHb M (kiuinieiciat " f , Stanford, Keatuehy. C. J. So'Ple, Loudon, Ky Alio u itrator Mr. IMi Mm -- "" A- - iwiim.i,n8Wi4r.iiw inh fwp4wi KZS JlfWm-JQu- l iyigi wMiifcliytlwjWWMpWWpWff PAGE SIX. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KX". APRIL 1 8. 1910 New Goods Every Day are at their best. ! We are now receiving new goods by every express and within the last few days have received about 50 packages of ladies1 garments. All from New York City, no western goods and showing the very latest ideas prevailing in tne eastern cities. Now is the time to do your spring shopping while stocks Among these late arrivals are dozens of new silk dresses, in Foulards, Pongees, 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 $2.50 to $25 and imported Scotch Gingham dresses at $6.50 and $8.50, white and colored linen dresses in many styles. Hundreds of new white Lingerie and tailored shirt waists, entirely new and very attractive styles. Pure Irish linen tailored waists in three styles at $1.25, Lingerie waists in special values at $2, $2.50 and up to $10. Over 200 new silk waists made of black and colored Taffetas, Pongee, Rajah, Messaline, Chiffons, and fancy Taffetas and Seco silks at 2.50, $4, $5 and $6 When yon buy a suit of clothes, get Linen tailored suits in immense variety of both styles and price ranging from New York styles, all wool at SAM ROBINSON'S, Stanford, Ky. a well tailored pure linen suit at $7.50 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 from at prices from $15 to $35 and all the Hi popular colors. SHOEs oXF We are selling hundreds of Coronet hair braids, because we are selling them m just about half usual prices. We offer fine Rea wavy hair braids 36 in. - I II! ea & long at A $4 and $6 A. B. Robertson & Bro. Danville, - m () ffj m m Shoes and Oxfords, Mens' and Boys' Clothing. Quality and price suit everybody h s 1 M ft m m m Kentucky., "Old Sam" No More. "Old Sum." the old gray hone which ha Been in the Shanks family fcr al most a quarter of n century, died at the home of Mrs. Imu Shanks this wek. Never was thero a more faithful friend of man than "Old Sam" and his 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 dcale', where vou can get quality. J. C. Mc-Cla- t L. (A L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Kentucky. Ifjou lme iinvthiD t., n,. ft FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Sheep Dip nt Pence Bros.' mules Eight good sale. for tf. E Bruce. Five good second hand buggies for dale. B. D. Carter, Stanford. Fori Sale. SO choice mules, all ag Several from colts to matched teams. Phone 4G. Jas. II. JBaughman, Stanford, Ky. For Sale. Pure Boone county white wed corn, $1 25 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 Pepples, Stanford. J. l For Sale Four good brood mares. A. T. Nunneliey. W. P. Martin made a number of good harrows sales out in tho country. MIe sold a I and drag harrows, Hoosier corn plant cow and calf to Jones for $10; a how ers and all kinds of harvester machinat 10Jc a pound, R shoals at the same ery at Pence Bro3.' price; a number of lambs for Juno deC. L. Pyle, of Ilustonville, was here livery at 7c and to B. F. Cain a numHe secured ber of lambs for delivery last week, buying cattle. in June at C Adair News. 32 head at 4icts. cents Rev. A. L. Caulder, colored, sold his ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE ! family horse to Mr. Bryant for $100. His ad in the I. J. did it. Those having claims against the esA. T. Nunnelley sold SO cattle to Rob tate of Geo. B. Saufley, debased, are notified to present same Thompson Monday. He bought three signed, properly proven, to tho underfor payment heifers from Anderson Carr and three Those owing him will please make settlement with me at on-- s George L. mares from Will Grimes. Penny, administrator. B. F Cain sold a good brood mare to c J. T. Martin for $150 Land Hollers, double-dis- in the m Ti n ( STOCK Take lo cvt-r- LINE 5rrSaJ?3BBKS(iWWMi Nunncllcy's New Stock Yards He buys and sell eol mid water lx-n- STANFORD, Uwt "market in tho b'Utte with plenty oi t covcreil outiib of Lumvillo or I.exingt m. KY. Wo also lo h general hitclt antljfiol Ihuiiicm. ix-'ii- )ir ftock. ymir cxrt'tt Sunday. day in tho Urtng ou . juiiiif .jiiMflMflHiiV'7 ITTJI,'li kffllflF V;Tf-- Nfcf""Bfli . " V. u M'C'AHTY.lVes. , E.C. WALTON', V-IV- kH.HUGFIKS.S. AT ' V- - Aft Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, Kentucky. iHIIIIH H wflLH &,B i iHIIIIIIIIIH if 11 1B.1H hHv iillllH t '! & silIB fe iiiKTK Bri1" UViiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiV iiiiiLiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiWiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiVP''yiHrir vJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHHiiillllH A"t mm: iVK 1 Farm ami Town Property Hnndlcil on Commtsiion. Stocks and 'ISocdi Sold. If you Have Projcrty to Sell or Rent Notify Us. Writo for Circular to L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. 1' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBs - m -'- - 'mmhRmi Tinping, Plumbing, Heating. Don't let 1010 paw without having house with n beautiful white hot anil coM water through your t Porcelain Bath Outfit. CARROLL PRESTON. , by Cromwell 73. by Wash SUed by Preston 922, by Washington ington Denmark 64. 1st dam Baby Pence, sired by Enoch Arden, 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont Forest 2863, 3rd dam by Garrard Chief. He has He is a beautiful bay 15 4 hands high four years of age. mete natural uction than any horse living, and from his success as a shew horse in his three year old form bids fair to make a greater show harse than his grand old sire, being undefeated in his class as u three year old and always getting his part in the stakes against the crack show PRESTON. NO. 9U2 VOL. 11. Thii Chnpioa 5 gtiled 1 farms of 1909. BThis great young stallion will make the season or lull) at the stoexj yvas ot a. i. Pfunneuey, suuuoru jy at me reu&onaoie ugure oi wo insure a living colt Mares kept at $250 per month, and not reepon-jAfor accident or escape. Season due when mares are parted with or 4m4 to other stock. A W. O. Walker. Stanford, Kentucky. ddle lUlltoa ol Ktslucky. Telephone, 188. Wiaoing t all die Kcolucky (ifi 4nd alio it the koie ihovti at BuStlo, N. Y, St.Loim Mo, od KtnuuCtty. Sired by Wtihington No. 54, tut dm Bell hyRiuxUxKi, No. 104, tecoad dm by Dcnmuk. Prntoo u a brown hoi 15 3-- 4 handi tughwith fine tljlc and very hih action He bat not oaly proven hinueli lo be a jieal thow horte, but alw a peat beejer He U the tire ol Carroll Pietton owned by W. O. Walla of Staafon, Ky., for which he lefuial $3,500 ! Urt Kioa whn he wai only 3 yeait of age. Whke He u the grand ure of Diana of the Lea, a winner At Maduon Square Garden Urt Fall, foe Lawrence lone who paid J5.31AJ lor bet. alto a gfam nre ol Uueen ol the INiatit thai wkl in IN, I will lUad my iboroughbreU Polled Y, March 14 1910 fo$50. Prealoa wM male the mug of 1910 at nyitaLlein Oab OrchaiJ Ky., al the reauaable Aogui bull at my plaei on Houirt plkt' lold aolacted, btutu,tlppd, iballMl gure of $20 lo inure a unaj colt. Will keep raarea on fra M $2.50 per month but will not be bt a row koowato be gradrd for td drop or any planter rtaponiiUe for accident ot cacape of Mock. Seaion U due if mare it traded or parted with or a 1X0. Money du bred to other itock. bu. Wilt with cU or partf from llvr at Btaaforl, Ky, Have W. K. WAUNER to install your reasonable prices and guarantee We alw carry in stock Roofing Paints. Call and see uh. FORCE-ANDCI8TEHN country water works witE PUMPS; Roofing and W. K. WARNER, Booie Coutty .Stanford, Ky. Sed and HM at at Polled Angus Bull Con. BAILEY, J. C.Oreliar4 Koafoek jr. Crab C.W,LOVl,U Htaa'arJ, K-- . court day. Laaaaatar, Ky. WALT ON ?. MO, ,. ,j,