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The Interior Journal.
C. C. WALTON
of Lincoln county. If n cnmlldnto for re
nomination for Congress from tli KlRhth
district, subject to the notion of the demo
A CHANGE OF FRONT.
A LETTEK written by Senator Conn
Linn, who is president pro tern of the
Senate, has been made public in which
ho promised his support for the exten
sion of the County Unit Bill, which ho
said ho was heartily for. On tho
strength of it ho was elected, but it
was the same old story of
"When the devil was sick,
A monk he'd be,
When the dovil was well,
The devil of a monk was he."
If the letter is genuine, and thcro
seems to bo no doubt of it, Senator Linn
got his office by fatso pretense, for im
mediately on taking his seat ho devel
oped into the rankest of red-hot anti
County Unit men. What has come over
the spirit of his dreams? Has the per
suasive influence of the great and only
John Whallen metamorphosed him?
The man who occasionly acts as gov
ernor of Kentucky and would succeed
to the offlco if both Willson and Cox
should die or become disqualified, ought
to get Bomebody to put more starch in
Virginia is trying to ape her oldest
daughter, Kentucky, by increasing the
number of colonels that its new gov
ernor may appoint from 18 to 28. Here
we believe the governor can appoint
any number of colonels; at least every
man is called a colonel, the only differ
ence between the appointed and the so
called being that the former has to buy
his gold-trimmed uniform and get no
pay except that of admiring thousands
when ho goes on dress parade. Besides,
it is an inexpensive way to pay political
debts to the egotists.
The republican3(have only been in
power a little over two years, and yet
they have created a deficit of $500,000,
which a democratic Legislature will
have to provide for. The bill already
introduced to issue bonds for the amount
of $500,000 running 20 years and bear
ing 4 per cent, interest will be passed
in order to protect the credit of the
State. The so-called democrat who
voted tho'republican ticket in 1907, or
failed to go to the polls, ought to hire
somebody to kick him the rest of Gov,
The Church Worker says the people
of the UnitedJStates pay three millions
of dollars more for chewing gum than
for foreign missions. In either case
they get mighty little for their money
There is very little left for the heathen
after those who handle the money get
their share and what is more unsatis
factory than to chew and chew and nev
er swallow the morsel?
It cost nearly $2,000 apiece to elec
trocute six criminals in New Jersey last
year. A gallows and a rope wouldn't
have cost over $30 and both could have
done for all six. Our Legislature which
has a bill before it providing for elec
trocution, should go bIow. The old-
fashioned hanging is good enough for
Los Angeles comes to the front with
a wife who has increased.'and multiplied
to the extent of 12 children at four
births. Two sets of twins, two of trip
lets and one of quadruplets made up the
number. Poor woman, she is doing her
best to set a good example, but alas, it
will not be followed by those determin
ed on race suicide!
It is reported from Washington that
Mr. Roosevelt will accept a seat in the
next Congress on condition that he will
be given the speakership. Ik-id, Can
non and others were nil Czars in their
day, but the rule of Roosevelt would
put them all into eclipse. He would lay
aside his big stick and rule with an iron
The Danville Advocate prints under
tho large lin "POSTED" the names
of a number of prominent citizens of
Boyle county. As there is no explana
tion for it, we cannot imagine what
the gentlemen and the several ladicu
composing the list have been doing to
demand such drastic treatment.
We are glad to note that our friend,
Geo. M. Davison, moy bo retained as
Assistant District Attorney, His rec
ord is absolutely so flawless that if he
is turned down it will simply be to make
room for a more dependable hench
man, certainly not for a better quali
Ik the sulfragettes will promise to
change tho fashion of buttoning dresses
behind they might get more married
men to join their crusade. However,
when women get the right to vote that
will cut no figure. They will immedi
ately don the pantaloons.
Ouit friend, M. G. CoUton, of Pulas
ki, is one of the many to introduce a
bill tq repeal thoidog tax. Ho ought to
be the last man to want it repealed. If
it is, he will have more dogs to bark at
him when ho goes electioneering next
IN the two years that Gov. Willson
has been In ofilco ho has spent $27,831.
30 of the State's good money for spe
cial judges, tho mlleago for whom
amounted to f5,C32 30. Instead of ap-1
pointing men close to hand they aro
sent across the State, In some instan
ces making their milcago greater than
tho per diem of thcir;iterm. Thero
ought to bo some way to stop this drain
on tho treasury. When tho regular!
judge is responsible for the appoint- vtc
ment of n special Judge by reason ofjF'Al S
being former counsel in a case, he.
ought to be required to pay tho extra
cost that such nppointment occasions.
In other words, tho State ought not to
pay two salaries when tho judge is
disqualified by act of his own.
There is some consolation these
dreary days in January, that is that tho
North Pole controversy has subsided.
And now in tho calmness that has
followed tho storm wo hope it will not
bo out of order to say that wo do not
believe that either Cook or Peaty reach
ed the goal, and that the one is ns much
entitled to membership in the Ananias
Club as tho other.
Huoh Cannon, the author of a num-,
ber of rag time songs, has been sent to
tho poor house at Detroit. Some of
his productions were "Goo Goo Eyes,")
"Aint It a Shame?" etc In this caso
if Im'l tinrrl In nWMn thnt it wasn't a
shame, but retribution. The jail is tho
proper place for a man who inflicts
such music on a long-suffering people.
In New York State there are 1,810,-
909 children in school at a cost of $76,
596,217. The great work that is being
done for the education of the coming
men and women ought to make the
next decade or two the greatest in an
educational sense the world has ever
The Legislature has been in session
three weeks and the Senate has suc
ceeded in passing one bill. The House
has none to its credit yet. The Senate
bill passed was designed to make crimi
nals escape in a large measure the con
sequences of their crime.
News comes from California that tho
orange crop was damaged about $1,
000,000 by the cold spell, but as the to
tal of the whole crop is estimated at
$35,000,000, tho loss is just enough to
give the dealers an excuse to raise the
The ancients had an old saying that
"the blackest month in all the year is
month of Jani veer." The present has
lived up to its reputation and made us
believe that those old-time fellows
knew a thing or two themselves.
We hardly suppose that regarding
the greatly increased cost of every
thing that the way-faring man though
a fool republican will deny now that
tariff is a tax.
With the rest of the people eating
no meat and the observers of Lent es
chewing its use, a boycott againBt tho
meat trust ought to result most satis
The fortifications appropropriation
bill carrying J5.817.200 was passed by
By a viva voce vote the Mann "White
Slave" bill was passed by tho House
practically as introduced by Mr. Mann.
In the absence of a man of God to
open the Senate, President W. H. Cox
offered up a devout prayer and business
Tho Kentucky House of Representa
tives passed a resplution ratifying the
income tax amendment to tho United
States Constitution. The vote was 69
When Lud Petty takes chargo of tho
Louisville internal revenue district next
Tuesday. all the employes of his office
will give him tho glad hand, for it is
stated at the Civil Service Commission
that tho new collector can not oust a
single "Craftite." From tho chief
deputy down the offices aro under civil
Senator R. L. Hubble has Introduced
an act to require all lifo insuranco com
panies doing business in Kentucky to
invest 75 per cent, of their securities in
Kentucky property. The Insurance
Commissioner is empowered to reduce
the amount for sufficient reasons, but
such amount must be invested in Gov
Looking to the abolition of the "white
slave" traffic in Kentucky, a bill was
introduced in the House by Representa
tive W, L. Shearer, of Monticello, mak
ing the offense of entiqing young girls
a criminal one, and fixing tho penalty
nr tmnrlnnmnpnt nml n henvv flnn Tha
bill goes into detail concerning trafiic
In tmnmv tunmon find fin nil am t , ,
III JUiiUh vwiW uu Uvptiva H VVCijr i
phase of the business. There is hardly
a doubt that it will pass both Houses, '
IN NEIGHBORING C0UNTIES.3
M. 1. Hamilton has been uppointed
postmaster ut Alcade,
In Pulaski coun-
Pulaski county has shipped over the 'T 'T "'" ""', "" b" "' " """ "l" "
n x,r nir..n.itf nrVivi,wwi . io boncfiu reccivwl, Call or ajliltvss our nearest oflico or wnto direct to
2b?cco" . headquarter., NobWlIo, Temi.,rfor information residing our special "Far-
ThJ.,.flumin . ,. ..Jmpr',L',10"-aUv If you are not ut present: enjoying telephone service, we
Southern market in Danville this week.
Uearuaiey wilhoit bought live horses In
Perryvllle and Herrodsburg for 1800.
Wotes, JJccounts, and Claims Collected
Jinyivhare In the United States.
NO CHARGES MADE UNLESS WE COLLECT. WE COLLECT
WHERE OTHERS PAIL.
Somerset, - -
I offer mr services to tho neonle of Lin
coln vounly lunti mictliuieer. Hntlifnrtlon
II. W. MCVt IIOIITKU,
Morelnml, Ky., II. K. U. So. I
Residence. Turnem Me,
Stock of Merchandise
I desire to sell nrlvntely my stock of Gro
ceries nml llnrdwnre. iSolnc ii Rood busi
ness, win invuico iiuoul i:,vo. uenson
(1KO. D. HOl'I'Klt.HtnnfonlCKr.
One story cottnee of eight rooms nml nil
nccessnrr oulbullilliiKs, Uit contains on
ncro, divided Into cow lotonwhlch Is roomy
gimleti spot. This Is'ndeslrnulenlAce, locnt-
hn litli.fr.. limit. itn.n ftrllt fr (lint
tn on corner oi nuuieynmi .Miner sirens.
A. II. IIOIVrZOhAW.Htnniord, Ky.:
SURVEYING AND CIVIL
I nm prepared todo nil kinds of surveying
nnd civil ennlneerlna promptly. Mv work
I tilll bo uunrHiiteetl nnd my prices are ren
sonnble. Write me nt McKlnney or cnll me
over the telepbone through the lluitonvllle
Penler In nnd Manufacturer of,"
Marblo and Cranito Monu
ments, Markers nnd I'onti, Cemetery nnd iJiwn
Vines and Hettees. Olll co and works, Mc
lint Ing suffered considerable nnnoynnce
and dnmnRo from oulluwu. In breitklnK Kte
latches and tearing down and destroying
my gates, on the county rond Unit runs
through my farm, I bnvu concluded to offer
n rewunl fur Information lending to tbe
conviction of such person or persons. I
will therefore glu tho sum of f for Infor
mation lending to tho nrrestnud conviction
of nny party or parties, that hate- broken
the latches on any of my gates.ur that have
sawed do nor torn do n any of my gates
on the county rond which runs from the
Hustonvllle turnpike to tbe .Mllledgetlllo
turnpike, through my farm ;nnd I will give
the same amount for Information leading
to the arrest nnd conviction of any purty or
parties who In the future commit any of the
Witness my hand this 10th day of August,
MM. T.J. HIM., Hit.
W. H. HICGJNS,
It. II. MAHOXEY, Prcs. J. T. WHITE, Scc'y. W. 8. FISH, Treus.
Farmx, houses and lots for rent, tale
sales or purchase iu realty
write us nt STANFORD, KY.
jfromptness and Keasonablc Commissions
MR. FARMER: Make your homo us modern for your family ns a city
residence, mid pluco youreclHu u position to get tho latest market ijuotutioua
at nny time. This can bo ncconiiiielicl hy means of our telephono service,
llll mil lll II 11(1 trull ii iilislilintw n. t nni r.iH ullm 4H.it la Ditinll m wi orwl ... I.
cau ,mnie(llllt1y, interest you. Our Hue
icnuessee, iuissibsippi, Louisiana nou tiro
FARM FOR SALE!
My fnruiof Hncnsof ihmmI land, well Im
proved. well watered hikI l.nottl. la or ml",
It Is located en mll from Htanfonl In
the Mnvwnod section. lloue hiinslironin
New barn ami other necessary outbulKltliRs.
A imrgniu u sold m once.
J. T I.IVINHMTtIV,
It. K. I). So. I.HtuntorU, Ky
FARM FOR SALE OR RENT.
Contnlni 1 to acres, lxit tobacco land In
the county, ISmllM from McKlnney. Will
ellnr rent, fins two dwelllnus. one of four
rooms nnd the other of two rooms. Two
orchards of nearly 6n) trees. ToImicco lmrit
that will hold Id acres of tobacco cheapest
farm In Kentucky nt price.
C. . IIKAWNKK,
TRIBBLE & PENCE,
Furniture nnd Undertaking.
Day Phone 128.
Night Phone 133.
A No. 1 farm of 1M acres. House has four
rooms nnd good cistern. There Is n good
I r ii nml abundance of slock water. This
land Is about half Virgin oil, -adapted to
raising grass. bn, corn, wheat, oats, hemp
and tobocco.nnd Isau in grass except moui
art acres and Is on tnepiKe iienrgooutcnoois,
churches and depot, and basn good urchnrd
and outhouses. ...
Lock Ilox 1CI,
Insure your Tobac
co and Tobacco Barns
in the West End In
surance Agency. Get
your policies written
right in a good com
Huston ville, Ky.
Fcrwrw (Inuring quick
Call ou or
of all kinds.
cover tho Stated of Kentucky,
id tiro-Southern portlou of Indiana 'and
' TENNESSER TEL. & TEL. CO. '
Ki A JJ jl
Owing to an unprecedent
ed good early Fall trade.
We sized up pretty well
again in Dec. Consequent
ly our stock is in
than usual at this season of
the year to supply your
needs. We have all kinds
from a baby's soft sole at
25c to a 20 inch high top
shoe at $7.50, boys' and
Overcoats, Raincoats, Slickers,
underwear, suit cases,
gloves and hats at
H. J. McROBBRTS,
O. L. Penny K. 11. Cofley K. R. Coleman S3
The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most W
Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and pQ
Strength. It is Especially Useful For jXj
Persistent Coughs and Colds. ,D
Sold under a Guaran- rt
tec at m
PENNY'S DRUG STORE, 8
Stanford, Kentucky. flV
American Wire Fence.
GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford.
H. B. NORTHCOTT,
-:- Dealer in -:-Live
and Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Ice, Coal,
vvuui, niuca, ruis, oau, Lime, Uin
seng and Feathers.
PHONE 35, LANCASTER, KY.
BRA.N0II HOUSE: STANFORD, KY., Thurnmn K. Tudor, Mgr.
V - f Telenlcue Ns. 153.
H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford