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PAGE TWO TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. APRIL 1st, HMD I-"" if i s I ti i I I l& I, SI 1 Tup iMTRDinD IniiRMU I lib inililiiun vuiutnui Established 187 JBVWIY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At fl Per Year in Adrance. SHELTON 8AUFLEY Publisher Entered at tbo Post Office at Stan ford, Ky., as Second Class mall. HON. HARVEY HELM ot Lincoln county, U a candidate for re nomination for Oongreta from the hlghtli dltrict,ubject to the action of the demo emtio party. Many people have asked us why wo preferred to quit our work on a daily paper, forsake the bright lights of a larger city and return to run a "coun try paper" in a "country town." Wo have tried to explain in our own way just how we havo felt about it. The New York Evening Mail recently told of a somewhat similar case, which gives our view of the matter pretty well. The Mail said: Those of us engaged in newspaper work In New York have an idea sometimes that we are really very big. Onco in a while, however, we have the conceit taken out of us by meeting some owner of a country news paper, who, having tried New York newspaper work, having learned a lot by his experience, sought new pastures 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 clair, N. J., only 13 miles out of New York would be a good town in which to print a weekly, human-interest 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 nineteen-twentieths of the workers in the newspaper field in New York. It is a great privilege, of course, to be on a New York newspaper, because, if a man keeps his eyes open, and lis tens attentively, he acquires a knowl edge that he cannot get anywhero else on earth, but, after he has acquired it, unless he becomes editor-in-chief of 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 proof-reader, his own news gatherer, his own editor, his own advertising solicitor, his own collector. He has no boss but himself. Every woman who wants to see this city made cleaner, prettier and a better place to live in, should attend the meet ing which has been called for Monday afternoon. There's mighty little in this world that can resist the united forces of the women. They can do a 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 town's a-booming along every line. Strike while the iron is hot. New School Song Is Being Taught Children For Ar bor Day Exercises. Prof. Ireland is having the school children taught the new State school Bong ''Kentucky Schools" in prepara tion for Arbor Day exercises which are being arranged. The words and music are both by Superintendent of Public Ali.Peavine 4092, SIRE REX PEAVINE, 1700, DAM LUCY WELLS 040! by Pea .vine 2(53. It. S. SGUDDER, M -KINNEY KYI KIM TUB KIBNtYS WELL. Health Is Worth Savlnp And Some Stanford People Know How To Save It. Many Stanford people take their lives In their hands by neglecting the kid neys when they know these organs need help. Sick kidneys are responsi ble for a vast amount of suffering and 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 kidneys can be quickly and permanent ly cured by the uso of Doan's Kidney Pills. Tho following statement leaves no ground for doubt: Mrs. R. F. Walter, Hill Street, Lan caster, Ky., says: "I never fail to praiso Doan's Kidney Pills when I have tho opportunity, as they are certainly an excellent remedy, I havo not been without a supply In the houso for years. When over my back becomes lame and painful, a few doses bring me instant relief. At one time I feared that I had serious kidney trouble. Tho kidney secretions were unnatural and gave unmistakablo evi dence of disordered kidneys. At that timo it was my good fortune to hear of Doan's Kidney Pills and I began their use. In a short time my kidneys were restored to a normal condition." For sale by all dealers. Price 60 eta. Fostcr-Milburn Co , RufTalo, New York, soIa agents for tho United States. Remember tho name Doan's and take no other. Instruction J. O. Crabbe and the song is dedicated "To the boys and girls and the Commonwealth." The song in full is as follows: KENTUCKY SCHOOLS. Oh, hail us, Kentucky students 1 We bear a message, a jolly band; We fly the banner of "Education" To ev'ry hamlet in Dixio land. A school bell from ev'ry hilltop Shall start the echoes ! a wise rules ! God From Sandy river, on, on to Mills Point We ring our slogan "Kentucky Schools 1" Chorus. Kentucky school boys ! Kentucky school girls I Kentucky schools ! Kentucky schools 1 K-e-n-tuck-ee ! Oh, hall us, Kentucky students 1 We love Kentucky, oh, home so dear; Proud is her record In song and story Her sleeping heroes wo e'er revere. But hear us, ye proud Kentucky 1 To, arms, awake ye i A call for schools Strike for your children, for home, for for honor ! And join our slogan, "Kentucky Schools I" 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!" 1-ollow this advice. 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 ex periments 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 endur ance of the non-meat 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 her metically sealed tins for hot climates. '-4W7itf" How Collect Tour Notes and Accounts. How can I collect What Is owinjr, me? This is tho all important question with every merchant, wholesale firm, lmsinos and professional men, far mers and, in fact, every one to-day. Never lias tho nuwtion been so prominent in tho businem world ns it is today. The Iom of a few accounts may cat up your profits in Imsinew: the failure to collect n noto make you that much poorer; not being nble, or in a position, to give- tho proper at tention, knowledge or experience to tho adjustment or examination intoeomo claim in which you havo an interest may cnuo you tho loss of many dollars. Our province and our business is to help you in these matters. Whether it is a NOTE or ACCOUNT you are not ablo to collect; or whether it is ome clnim in which you have nn interest which need looking into carefully, wo nro prepared to do it, and do if promptly. ThN is our business; wo make it a study: Wo havo the facilities and wo havo the experience, and tho fact that wo havo collected many dollars which wcro given up as lost, h one of our best arguments in favor of what wo can do. Our terms aro reasonable, and wo make no charges unless we collect: Wo roako collections anywhere in tho United States. Wo recently collected nn account for n firm in tbo adjoining county against it man in California. If you have a claim which needs look ing after, or a note or account which you want collected, no matter how largo or how email, or where tho parties live, send it to us. We solicit your business. Dank references. may's COLLECTION agency. WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. Somerset, - - - Kentucky. Insures Tsbacco and Tsbacco lams. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, Th Insurance Man. STANFORD, KY. Rildence Phone M; Office, tfi. Inmire with me and be fully protected. J. C. McClary, Cw) y-ffb-W-T.T- - - TCf Jndortakor. Embnlmer and Ooalor in Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, - KY- OBm Pbont, leTy Home PbonsU. B. D. CARTER, Now Llvorv v Depot Stroot, Phono 90, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, Burgln, Kentucky. I am a sradnateof Jonei' National Bcbool ot Auctioneer,, Chicago, ami have had ex perience 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-K Fruit and Ornamental Trees I Rverytblne for Orchard, I.nwn and Harden, una auuou mruwuvrrjr pianix. rren Catalogue,, Ho Agents. H.JF. Hillenmcyer & Sons, LaXIHOTOIf, Kkhtdckt. Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manufacturer ofj Marble and Granite Monu- monts, Markers and Posti, Cemetery and Lawn Vaaeaand htottee. Orllce and wurka. Mo Kinney, Ky. TO THE FARMERS. 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. Spring & Summer Stock. Uave your nieainre taken by n tailor of ex perience. 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 are (or extra trounen. fancy eiti. ton eoaU aad overcoat. Hpdng and Hummer ample on band ready lor your impaction II. O. HUPLKY. The Tailor, Htanford, Ky. fflBWti A t.K'.A IP-CV SV . R. B. MAIIONEY, Pres. J. T. WHITE, Sec'y. XT. 6. FISH, Trens. The Citizens Realty and Title Co 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. Promptness ancj , Reasonable .Cpmmissipn?: Our Specialty. 'Phone 200 "''' To J,L,Beazley&Co., Undertaken and Embalm art. Also Dealen in Fur niture,jMattinga,Rugt. They will excbangeJFurniture for ill Kindt of Stock. Give Them i Call. Price Right. (STANFOBD. - KENTUCKY Fish & Pennington, Insurance and Real Estate. All kinds of INSURANCE on nil kinds of property. Only the larg est corapauica represented. Rates rw low as can bo had anywhere. Stanford. Ky., Phone 200. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! 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, 1-hok. (Stanford, Ky. CONCRETING Wearln position to do nil kind, of con creting, aucU at lllock Work, Pavement and. In fact, we rnn muke any thing from boucedown to a fence ot. We rnn serve yon promptly aud guarantee nr't-clatt, work and inntrrlal. (Tall and get our price before you buy your material at leait. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. FARM FOR SALE! My farm ot 17 acre, of good land, well Im Sirovvd.wrll watered und fenced. It for tale t It located teven mile, from Htanford lu tbo May wood section. Houte baa ill rooint. New barn und otbur necet.ary outbuilding, A bargain If told at one. J. T. MYINOHTON, It. K. I), .No. I, Htanford, Ky J Je BELDEN, For houte, carriage and lgn painting deco rative 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 , -rBone.po.izft J J, UHl,I)HN Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I deilre to tall privately tny ttotk of Clro- ceriea ana itaruware. twins goou uuu no... Will Intolce about UfiM. lUou 111 health. (JKO. DHOlM,Klt.Htanford.'.K7. KaaaHLaaBaaHaHBafllaaaaVaM waHalaaaaaaaaaaVBwawawawawawaUaaaaaBwawH HATS Those new suits you for a new hat and as most ot you nave our Suits then you should have our 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 young mens' Straw hats is the Yachtshape. My dresser ouj prices run from 1 dollar to 3.50 they are the style. They are pret ty and they are fine. H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. G. L. Penny R. 11. 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 iy (or the email expenno ot feeding. It i o!d at Penny' Drug Btorc. rhErVllvite rri is- o-vstv-te: Stanford, EBBSBEBS&BBi&eSBER When You Have To Boll Call H. Bf Nothcott, .StajifordICy, Ti.o.ne,153A. . TriURMAV h'tUDORi Urn, HATS. have been buying calls - Cofloy K. R. Coleman Kentucky. rT? -i -