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The Stanford Interior Journal.
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 32
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1911
EVERY TUE8DAY AND FRIDAY.
PAYNTER SHOWS UP
LOOKS LIKE DIG CONGRESSMAN
HAS WILFULLY MISREPRE
SENTED HIS SENA.
Senator rajrnter lepllcd to CongrrM
man Olllo Jamc' strictures on hie.
record In now uncertain tcrmH last
week, nml tln big !)y iron iho first
dutrlct will have to come again. A
trout many people deprccato Uio plane
ilium which James hns pitched hli
niiituilitn nml declare tlillt lllH tlttl-
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tndo tg not In harmnii) llli the dig-
nlty of tlio high otllro to vvhlrh lio
Col. W. I. Wnllou of the l.oxltiRtun
Herald In dlscusulng Henator Payn-J
tcr'a reply navs and over) ono In tlio
Siatd" knows thero I no lalrer man
uuvwhern than Kdltor Walton:
Tho gentlemanly lesnonso of Sena
tor Pnyntor to Mr. Olllo James reck
lei charges made in a speech 6t Nlch
olasvllle makes them fall very flat In
public estimation. It It rather un
fortunate that tho iticumntniices un
cplatnod would r,io grounds for tho
accusations of Mr. J.wnt'H. but h'
Miould not have taken advantage or
them, knowing an ho mint havo done
the tnie atale of alfatrs.
Mr. Jan.es dcclMrcd that Senator
I'ayiiler failed to vote on a number ol
tiuortant Items In the tariff law and
that he voted thr-i times with Sena
tor Aldrlch. Tho reason of this fail
ure to vote was not stated by .Mr.
umes. though ho mubt havo known
was on account of Illness At tho
tlwo thoso votes wero mKe" of
which h spoko Senator Pantcr !
in Uo hospital at Washington, an.l,
wus for ncvcral weeks, according to
his physlilan near unto death. His!
oles with Aldrlch wre thoe In
wlildi rnofct roBiinti Jo'.nul UtcaUMi'
the measure urn', i-. .-otwldertttoti
weri in n. lltl with i'i!inocr.tle pnn-
Wplei. II Mi- James knew the facts,
us ho must luivo Kno mum, it. wh
nn unfair advantage to tal e of an oj-
Such tnrtleu rannot hurt
Senator Payntor hair ns inueli a they
will Mr. Janien whMith truth la
l.tiown. Senator Pantor charge that
the Cont;roMmnn knowingly nnd inn
llotously faUlfled In order to mlvane-
lils own onuso.
The jKilr with Senator
Is satisfactorily explained llo nml
.Senator Pa) liter entered Congress to
(itither ind had seats adjoining, iiiev
weie ojiimsed on nearly every qikw-
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t!on, and the pair was greatly to tht-
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advantage of Senator Payntor and Do-
ii.orrncy. since he was s,. olten Tore-
ed to bo absent by sickness and olluir
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rau, from tho Chamber.
Tho Lorimer volo Is ilisiiosert of aw
in his speech at Washington. Tho
Senator heard the evidence and tounit
no reason from it to unseat tho Illlnol
.an. Ho waa acting as a aworn judge
In tlvo matt.r and ho would not Kn
counter to tho testimony to resiwud
i.i thn olamor to unseat Lorimer.
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which hn did not bo eve was Just. 1
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Senator Paynter'H friends nro great- '" "" ' the oldest In tho stale nnd cuan wrta ,Q Q 8wnobroadi
ly elated over his stiong iuanly nnd l'no ' 't notable achievements, bo- Attorney, Lancaster, Ky. 25-tf.
tionest statement, nnd thoy think t"he s'11''' t'w movement for immorallrln,?
,.m wfxi Is charged with deliberate erner Shelby In Iho I). A. It.. HallCZEMA CURE A DEAUTY WASH,
intention to misrepresent him will ol Kme. Is tho erection or tho llryan Although a ,,, i.rcscrlptlo hai
pay dearly for 1L Tho Senator Is a Station memorial marking tec alto of tl.Pn roCogiiUed tor years ns tho ono
gentleman, a democrat, nnd n man ot "' famous spring whoro tho pioneer remedy for Hczema. Psoriasis, und nil
tho highest integrity, llo Is used U women illtplayed their heroism by. other forms of skin diseases. It Is now
pome debate and does not therefore bringing water to tho men . the be- "7' "J "
rnli Ills opponent n liar In so many
words, though- ho appareutly provori
ttuit ho knowingly provarloatoil and;
lor u purposo.
We are surprised mat Mr. JauioHi
should have laid himself so wide, oponj
t irltlclsm uml tho chnrgo or tin-
laiiuebs and lnjustlco to his opponent,
I, is bound to hurt him Wherever his
speech Is read and Paynter's reply Is a loso ot 10,010. with no Insurance
given publicity. Consequently Payn.'on the building. A'exander Wattor,
txr's stock hasi risen It long way proprietor ot tbo plant Intends to ro-
Obove pa, nnd Mr. James' I. tailln bulId at once, but tho Cty wlU bo ,a
ort In like ratio. Tho peoplo ecnerat- dnrkncBs for several weotts.
.1 i 1
zr.-rriziwiix make race
inis to Henator Pnyntor'
VMth wo ,,c,tovo ,B nfl lruo " lf he
speeches Jo bo mnde Utrr to further
.show up Mr. Jamod' 4nplloity,
Bust Of Gov. Shelby
TO DE PRESENTED TO NATIONAL
SOCIETY D. A. R.
A splendid marblo bust of Governor
Isnnc Shelby, Kentucky's llrst chief
executive, and tho hero o: two wars Is
to he prieiitod by the Daughters of
the American Revolution or Ken-
tuck (o the Nationol 9ocloty IUugh-
tors of the American Revolution next
Tuesday Apr. is. at the iinniitl con
gress or the Daughters which opens
In Washington at that time, and tho
presentation will bo inado by a Lex
lustmi woman, Mrs. Samuel M. Wil
son, who Is n great granddaughter ot
riio bust wilt adoin a nlclio In tho
entrance ol Memorial Continental
liall, at th0 National Capital, along
v.llh others. Revolutionary heroes and
colonel patriots. So far tho Hall con-1
Uilns memorials of Washington. Do-
niti Clinton, lloneral John Sturko
Jorn Adams, John Hancock, Col. Hand
Kthaii Allen, Nathan Hale and James
.Mrs. Wllbon is n ilt.-egate Irora tho
I.ialngton Chapter of thu I). A. It.,
which first Inaugurated tho movement nme JohnW. Hollana. or Shelby,
to honor Kentucky's flrK HoyM-nor.;1111'' nna e three-cornered race
lt'nniI wh,cU was llMej. up by ll;o
iHlate organization. It U In behalf
,)f lno Sutc n. A. H.. that the precen-
Ig t0 b,. mado.
T)i ,,, o! amen AMhy
vmbodled In tbo bust figure wnb made
from the Jouett portrait of Shelby
now In the possession of one ir his
lineal descendants ,.Mr. W. It. Shelby,
of l.raml Jtanlds. Michigan who loan.;"-"' '"" l" -""' "' '- ",. ,, .iivin hinin ,. i, .
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ia tno pioturo lor ilia purpose, ino
,lclc l0 wnd lU) y , tho ,,
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reproduction ot the original ggold
modal presented by Congress to (!ov
enwir Shelby on April 4, ISIS, for bis
hwolnin at the batllo ot the Tinmen
Tilr, whore hl bravery saved the
Ctiy and where Tecumsah, tho renown
od Indian warrior, wits slain Mild his
follow ors as wall as thn British com-
Wtelv muted. Till rcold medal was
aiuoiiK tne valuable stale poxmmsioiiii
-t KntnLfort. but wm lost MWHtimo
ami. A rpltoti In coppor wtilcli be-
.... .. . tho two excursions on tho two roads
longs to tho Lexington t linpter, 1). A.
icr ,i,g ,ery roason.
- ' BOW ln "'0 Lexington Public
Library and was loaned to tho sculp-'
It Joll rcay want a clca swcrl
,or who x,'l,,J " l,lll rr -tudy- uro Bomacht fm, from gas. sourness
""' Ulc ,,08lKn ( ,hl "u""- nuJ lll8tr"3 K l"" "nig store
I On tke rerorao or tho lepllca In today and get a CO cent box or Ml-o-
na gtomnt,h tnulot. on lne lnoIH.v
-nt' ,'e5""tum Mhrarj. whitU was (
,''ms,, "" I'eluJpr reprewnUilho a.
u' ,1:,Vfi ai" b' Ml88 ',"1" W MONEY TO LOAN,
'"'" "f the chapter relics, the' 7
bntilii nf 1I10 TimnixK u .ifi,i.io,i On Lincoln county farms, in any
"' """- Tlmmc. Is depleted. of
"!,ow'"B veruor 'Jholby and tho Ken 0 ,. pw cent rcrm 6 years wUh
tucky Uol13 UDder nlw ,u u, ac ' 'privilege to pay after ono year. Kirst
cnorRlnB tho enemy. mortgage. If you are in need ot money
The I jxlnuton Chanter I) A II
'" -J"Bion tuaptcr i. A. it..
fclertcd fort. ,M!bb Julia Spuir Is tlio'
present Recent of thn Cliapler.
LANCASTER IN DARKNESS.
Tho plant or tho liticiistor K'ectrlc
Light Company was Thumday niht
totally destrovad by tiro originating
In an unknown manner, resulting ln
W. H. 8HANK8 A CANDIDATE FOR
lion. William II. Shanks, for two
tonus Lincoln county'H representative
In the low or house of the General As
sembly In this Issue authorises the
Interior Journal to make tormnl an
uniinceuient of his candidacy for tho
democratic nomination for ro-clcction.
.Mr. Shanks stands upon his record In
W:io pant two sessions and will go be-
fore tho legislature, If elected, as a
enudldatf for tho Speakership, and
Lolfoves that he can bo elected, lie
was 8 contending candidate for thn
exulted poidtlon nt .o organisation
n! the last session, but withdrew In
tho Interest of harmony.
Mr. Shanks prerers a primary olco
tlun and It Is thought that tho dotuo-
cratlc county committee will bo cull
ed to meet noon and Issue a cnll tor a
legislative primary at the same time
as the state primary on July 1st. Mr.
Shanks rriends 'do not believe that
ho will hav0 opposition for tho notul
nation, ns all of tlio Lincoln county
democrats are anxious, to see him win
the speakership, and believe ho
should be able to go Into the fight
with the prestige or the solid support
pr his county behind him. There are
fo far two oilier aspirants for the
speakership, Representative Harry
Si hoberth of Versailles, and Iteprcseu
promises to bo a aicrry one.
Police On Excursions
L. & N. ADOPTS PLAN WHICH
WILL BE POPULAR.
'1 he ilrst excursion or tho season
was run to Louisville by the U U N.
Sunilax mornlnsr and .17 bmiclil fink.!
Jily. Chief of Police It. I). Carter,
nnd Jailer Dink K.umer went down
i.n tho excursion at the request of the
I. & N. and kopt order both goTug
nud eomliit. Thoso who patronize
the I. .C- N excursions will apurecl-
uio this innovation on its trains In1
the luture. The Cincinnati Southern
always has a oouple of Its private po
llco on Ita tralnn to presorvo ordor
und protect ita passengers and tlioro i
, has hitherto been n groat dltfoieu'o be
will loan you up to 40 per cent of tho
rit)HtMa tliat catl COmparo with Uils Cl
1111111 liquid ior cleansing tno bk it or ,. ,, . . . ,
...,,,,., . .... the culinary lino was placed bcfor
pimples blackheads, rash and all sim
ilar Bkln aftcetlons them. This meeting was pronounced
.. ,...', . ... ,,a post grnduato course for 0110 day
1 or this reason nlon0 n bottle of 1
D. 1). I), should bo kept on hand lnm,a was fireatly enjoyed by all pros-
eveiy ho isehold. A trial L'.'c bottlo ent.
will show you tho merits ol this groat
lemedy as u complexion wash. I
1). D. I), booms to romovo tho cause,!
Whtovor'tho trouble may bo. cleans!
iuB tlio skin, and leaving It ns sort, as
smooth and clenr as that of a healthy
BOY DIES AS A
RESULT OF A DOG BITE
0. G. SPEAKES LOSES HIS THREE-YEAR-OLD
SON DOG NOT
THOUGHT TO DE
As the result of a bite on the check
by a dog while- playing in-thr yard
i ear his homo thru weekh agoChoB
ter, tho three-year-old son of 6. G.
Speakes, or tho Highland section,
died iiftpp a short Illness Inst Thurs
day from what seemed to bo uraemlu
poisoning. Physicians said that poi
son froiii the teeth of the anrnial en
tered the system or the llttlo one and
while It did not liavo any or tl.o symp
loins of hydrophobia nnd thero was
no suspicion that tlio dog vrts mad,
the contamination Iroin tho dof, a
teeth Is believed to caivo been direct
ly the causo or the little ono's death.
Ho was burled at Highland attor ser
vices at the Methodist church by Kov.
The heavy hand or affliction has
been laid upon Mr. Speakes and family
during the past year. It has been but
a short time since he lout his wife
nnd soon alterwardb his lather, nnd
t'c has the sympathy or the entire
community In his bcrcavemcntM
HOLDS INTERESTING SESSION
HERE LAST WEEK MEETS
NEXT AT MORELAND
The Central Kentucky Medical So
clety, composed of the counties of,
Mercer, fioyle, Uarrard nnd Lincoln
held its quarterly meeting hero last
Thursday, April UOth, by special lnvl
tatlon In the reception room of the
Lincoln county National Hank. Dr.
Rice Cowan, President, called tho so
ciety to order. llo H. W. Carpenter
'sembiage. Ur. J. Tom Price read the
I'.lnutes or the last .neetmg, which
Dr. W. F. Hlckle, of th:a county, os.
s.jed tor the Jay, then icad n alu-
abltj paper on the aetiology, propby-
1 lists and troatment or tetanus v.hlch
'was highly npproclated, and dlscuBd
generally by tbo mumbors.
Dr. P. O. Pllngst. tho oculist, "
Louisvlllo read nn lulerostltig iaper
triiidillectom)r Dr. Zlmmcri4xn, or
Louisville discoursed with, much Ue-
;lMlit to tho menibys on tetanus and
,sorum treatment. Dr. J. 15. Carpenter
reported six cn.sot. of tetanus cured
by him nnd Dr. (leorge W. llunn. Dr,
Carpenter read n splendid paper on
Striking tho High and Low Places In
tht Profession and Commercialism In
Medicine aud Surgery- which wns dis
cussed by 'all members nud coinpn
Those In attendance utou tho to
cicty meeting, woru Drs. Cowan and
tlriffln, of Danvillo, Drs. J. T. Price
lad Strader, or Hari.icstnirg, Ur. M
t. Pljies of Moreland, Dr. Illrdlo Car
Uickle, of Hiibble. Dr. I K. Jont-J, of
penter, of Hustouvllle, Dr. W. V.
Crab Orchard, Drs. Pflngsl nnd Zim
merman, or Loulsrlllo, Drs. Perry,
Carpenter and O'llaunon, of Stanford.
Dr Price wbb appotnled essayist
tor tho next meeting which will bo
held by special Invitation at More
laud ou tho third Thursday In July
llitl. Tho Society lunched at thu Car
son restaurant ns tho guests ot Dr.
L'urnenter. where erery thine cood in
F'vnrv fitmllv nml oattnrlnllv thncn
,, Pni,irv .hm.i.i t.
piovldcd nt all times with a bottlo of
Chamberlain' Liniment. There is no
telling when It may bo wanted ln care
of an accident or emorgency. t is
most excellent in all cases of rbouma
q Piog -sosituq pun 'smtudB 'men
45 LAST WEEK.
H Tho Interior Journal's clrcu-
latlon Is growing by leaps and
bounds and It will soon reach jg
the 4,000 mark If they keep on g
n-comlng tho way thoy liavo g
elnco the llrst of thu year. H
B A total of 40 now subscribers
wero put on Us list last week, R
most of them through thn work R
of Its hustling representative, 11. fj
I. IJIaukenslilp, who Is still
H working In the Kast Und. No
H country paper In tho state, this g
sldo of Louisville can comparo
with Its circulation. Tell your
R lrlends to get In the band
fi wagon. K
SAYS McCREARY WILL WIN IF O'
REAR IS NOMINATED
Here's a stinger Listen to what
thib republican editor has to bay 01
the cat.dldacy of Judge, O'Ucar. Tho
Maysvllle Dally Ledger says.
"No man has over used stronger
language, to tear down ,tho 'fabric
01 law and order In Kentucky than
this eminent Jurist. The Public
Ledger hasn't the honor of O'Koar's
acquaintance, und nver even saw
lum, yet we'"e leaa with indigna
tion and just horroi of bis violent
ana Incenalary words during tbo
blighting night rider tobacco war
days. Think ot such a man in the
Governor's Chair! Hotter a thousand
times Governor cox, K. T. Franks, or
McCreary, than such as he. If O'
Ucar is named by th Republicans,
.McCreary will sweep the state by
Remember E. C. Gaines tho Insur
ance Man of Lancaster and ho will
keep you protected!
Fine Barn Burns
JAKE ROBINSON SUFFERS HEAVY
LOSS, BY FIRE.
a large stock barn belonging 10
J. C. Robinson, and located upon his
ttirui on the Danvillo pike, was Friday
morning burned 10 the ground, 'the
loss will appioxlmato Jl'.OUU, with $1.-
t'00 Insurance. Tho building contain
cd about 150 barrels of corn, 100
shocks of fodder, HO tons ot hay,
much machinery and farmiug imple
ments, nil or which wero reduced to
ashes with tho building. The causo
of tho conflagration Is unknown. ir
Robinson bad Just loft the barn abut
nn hour beforo tho flro broko out, and
he is at u total loss as to tho origin
or the blaze.
Keep your property"of all kinds 'pro
tected with, W. S. Pish, who repre
sents tho best insurance companies.
An armistic ot fho days, beginning
at noon Sunday, was made crfectlvo
yesterday by an exchange of Identical
letters signed by Gen. Maaero ror the
rebels and Gen. Navarro for the .Mexi
can Government. Tho temporary pact
ajffectB tho district betwcen Juaiez
and Chlhnuhau aud west ot the latter
city. No mention Is made of Ollnagn,
which Is at present besieged by, the
Rev. J. J Dickey will preach at
McKlnney next Sundny April 30th at
11 A. M. In couBcqueee thero will
bo no service at Methodist church In
Stun ford In tho morning but there
will bo services at night us usual.
Wedding rings wero worn by both
Jews anil Romans nt dates long prior
to the Christian era.
ONE CONDUCTOR HELPED BACK
Mr. Wllfyrd Adams Is his name
and ho writes: "I wns confined to
my bed with chronic rheumatism andi,),e l0r thelr ,u,era, ltronngo aad ask
used both bottles of Foley's Kldnoy U"S them to coutlnuo same with the I
Remedy with good effect. Tho third, new firm where thoy will always ro-
itf&.r1"' croua r t attont,on-
Ingtou, Ky., Street Railway. It will I1 re(luo" n early settlement or all
do all you claim In cisea of rho'ima duo the old firm. AIT accounts' nnd
lism U r-B"i H" I "-id of " -' ' r,ookn round at
NEW CENSUS OF CITY
TO BE TAKEN
CITY COUNCIL UNWILLING TO AC
CEPT GOVERNMENT FIG-
URE8 ON STAN.
Dissatisfied with tbo government's
ork In eor.'jil'ing t&o ITIO censu3 ot
Stnnturd., tan City CoulcII on last
Thursday night decided to inako a
thorough enumeration of Uie city it
self, und appointed K. I). Pennington
to take a prlvato census rotho Coun
cil. Mayor Florence and tho Council-
men as well as most every ono ln
Stanford Is convinced that. Stanford
has grown several hundred In the past
ten yenis and no ono i.s willing to ac
cept the figures given out by tho
The City Fathers granted a permit
to Mrs. Desstc Hardin to build a bal
tony ln front of the Old Myors House.
They also took up tho m:tter or put
ting down concrete crossings In front
or the court house. Nothing wait done
In regard to oiling of the streets this
summer, and It Is probable that the
Women's Improvement Club mi) tako
up this matter.
SUFFICIENT FOR CONVICTION IN
The Court ot Appeals arrirmed Uie
Logan Circuit Court in tho case of 11
It. King against the Commonwealth.
Appellant was convicted or having
liquor to sell In local jptlon territory
and his punlshmont fixed at $100 aud
tine nnd fifty days In jail at hard la
bor. Tho highest court says that to sus
tain a prosecution or this kind Is It
not essential to sustai a conviction
by direct ovlenco ot tho possession
and purpose to sell tho liquor, but
that a conviction may bt, upon circum
stantial uvidi.uce. Further, the 'ourt
sayr that possession of a government
llcenso to sell liquor is 'competent evi
dence for iho Commonwealth and
prima facie ovfdenco of guilt ana a
copy of the llcenso, certltled to by
the Collector or Intel nal Revenue, 13
"Dou't you think my new suit is a
perfect lit?" "A tit: Why, it's a per
fect couvuNlon!" Toledo Wade.
A number ol peoplo trom Sopus
went to the Catholic cnurcli at Otten
Mr .and ilia. Shetruan Wicn's llttlo
darling was called homo to rest Sat
urday week at V o'clock. About a
"year ago they laid one to rebt and
now two llttlo 'blue ejed boys aro
uilBsing Irom their home. Many
friends called on Mrs. Wren Sunday
to cheer the broken nearted mother.
Mr. Mclvln and Mr. Charlie Harris
irom near Crab Orchard callod on Mr
and Mrs. Singleton for Kuster.
Thero aro two good ktores lu Urough
tontown aud both had good business
Rroughtoutown is on tho boom all
or tho pretty young rolks aro getting
Mr. R. C. Prultl has Just returned
trom visiting his sister at Lebanon
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION!
Doing unalto to givu proper atten
tion to tho drug business, I havo sold
my interest In the Now Stanford Drug
Co., to J. W. Ilryant a registered phar
macist, wdl known to Stanrord peo
ple. Ho and P. W. Whjpp m fomiar
partner will contlnuo tis -,,tn"s at
the tamo old ttand. 1 iir iking tf.. iko