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The Inierior Journal
8HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,..,. Publisher
1 A YEAn 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE
tutored at the postofflco at Man
ford as second class mall.
Par Circuit Judge.
HON. CHAR..K3 A. 2LUID1N.
of Mercer uuuuiy
"Tiist forllio tmU of keeping the
record stralgl.t. the Interior Journal
wishes to call the attention of tho es
teemed LoulsWIle Times to the fact
that our editorial which tho Times re
printed In It symposium on Saturday,
wn8 not In response to .ts editorial of
Aluy 24th, In which It calls upon the
people and rress ot the State to see
that the candidate for the legislature
pledge theimehes to tho enactment
or progressive legislation before their
election we were discussing Its pre
vious pronouncement. In which It had
made the unheard of and extraordinary
demand that the cancldates for gov
crnor not only express their platform
of principles In general terms, but go
further and submit a bill of legisla
tive particulars "furnishing, definite,
well thought and workable plans for
their achievement." We had not
read tho Times' suggestion as to pro
gressive planks for legislative candi
dates when our editorial was written,
aud our observations had no reference
what ever to the Times' later utter
ance. Before reading tho Times of
Saturday, we had written and had In
type tho following In discussion of
The Louisville Times is now sound
lug the right key. It urges that every
candidate lor the legislature be com
pelled to state unequivocally his posi
tion on the progressive mcaii
ures which are needed to
place Kentucky, in tho
front rank ot the sisterhood of States,
where she belongs. The Time's sug
gestions In this line nro much more
pertinent than its deuians that tuc
candidate for Governor submit speci
fications for carrying lnld' effect tho
reforms that are needed. As we have
.1.1 hofnm It f.i the dutr of tntf
governor to suggest and the province
ef tho leclslature to act. Tho. two
.lfinnrrntlc candidates for Governor
having placed themselves on record
ob heartily In faor of progressive
legislation, it Is P to the prospective
members of the next General Assem
bly to say what they will do n'oni;
these llnm. And every citizen and
well wisher ot the comraoninealth
should not hesitate to ask his candi
date Just how. ho stands on these
measures, out-lined by the Times as
1. State aid for good roads.
2. The right of the counties to Is
sue bonds to build schoolhouses.
3. A bipartisan board ot control
for tho State's penal Institutions, ap
pointed, by the Governor, and approv
ed by the Senate, In the place of the
political machine and lobby now con
stituted by the Board of Penitentiary
Commissioners maintained at thu
State's expense. The abolition of tho
contract labor system. The employ
ment of the convicts in tne building
4. The overthrow of the lobby by
the uso of the Initiative and referen
dum, If It can be accomplished In no
6. State inspection of Stato banks.
C. Popular election of Uulted
7. A primary fqr the nomination of
all States officers by both parties, the
expense to be met by the State, the
poor man, to be git en an equal chance
with tho rich in offering for office.
8.' A constitutional amendment
giving the people tho right, if they so
desire, to revise the tax system.
9. The removal, by law, of the
peace otllcer who fails to protect his
Tho Times then adds most truly:
The one and only time In which tho
neoule control the twllUclana' ls when
the p&lltielanB are dependent on the
iteoole for nomination and election
The one and only time In which tho
nonnia have the uower to exact
pledges In before domination and elec
tion. T"e man who goes to Frankfort
.unpledged (s free to make his own
" terms. 'The man who goes pledged
canuot escape responsibility If his
pledges are violated. There lmve
teen strong forces at work in both
parties to keep Kentucky Illiterate,
her roads unbuilt, her prlsonB tne
richest spoil In a system ot spoils, her
taxes oppressive, her elections the
prev or the powerful, her lack of law
end order a byword for others a curse
to herself. Strong forces will be need
od, to right these wrongs. The Times
as a Democratic newspaper belloves
Uat the Democratic pross and tbp
peoplo or Kentucky possess the pow
er requisite. As a Democratic news
paper, it calls on them to exorcise
It, before the power Is taken rrom
them by failure to act.
D. 8. Carpenter, ,who suffered n so
ero paralytic stroke on tho Irtft side
a short time hgo, we are glad to re
port, Is Improving.
Mr. and Mrs. James Voods, of (Stan
ford, spent Uunday In our city tho
Eiiesta of Mr, and Mrs. Kmmctt .Me
The Georgia baso ball fans nro slnr
ply wild over the splendid pitching of
Milton McL'ormlck, who Is with tho
Albany tenui In the South Atlantic
The numeroui friends of Howard
Cnmnltz will bo delighted to know
that he Is tip to tho present tlmo do
ing tho besf pitching on tho I'lltslmrK
team In the National League.
Mrs. Mngglo Rudolph, of St. Louts,
a native or the West Knu ot old i.m.
coin county, Is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Kmmott McCormack. This Is
tor IlrtJt visit in several years.
McCormack & Co., our hustling live
stock dealers, lost 25 head of sheep
md lambs while Bonding at Moroland
L. WVaten Hughes came up from
Memphis, Sunday to spend several
days at home. He went to Lebanon
early In tho week, to bo best man at
the weddlnc of Charlies Bohon to n
popular young lady ot that city
Miss Mary Hlgglns has returned
from Somerset, where she taught a
large music clas during the past
C r. Edwards, clerk at Ihe Wlllard
Hotel , Louisville, was th0 guoU ot
Mrs. Ora May, Sunflay.
Tho Marys of the Hrltlth Einplro
have contributed 60,t'O0 to tho
Queen coronation gift.
AUCTION TOWN LOT SALE
Saturday, June 1 Oth
2 P- M.
in -r-r uto ir. u cniH f onrtinn Also nice lot and
ZZtSnr. ".'several other nice premiums to be jjiven away absolutely
dated and remunerated. 'fMtt l?,,, ...klfn na.onn fli dfOllflH statlCIS a ChailCe St
A large congregation assembled at UtC. lYWJL Y iVHHv 17S.I OVJli vi niw 6a w w
1 tnese prizes wnetner tney ouy or noi.
Brass Band to Furnish Music
f; i. ::am r a m
:aiunLiiiswoiX5tci!iairvr -, 1
tho Baptist church Sunday to greet
nnd welcome their new pastor, Hev
11. F. Surles. Ho preached an able
sermon and many expressed their de
light In securing a pastor of such
bplcndld nblllty and tho congregation .,, ., t mi t n 4- Ko
has cause to feel proud of htm. A DlM daV lOY HUStOnVllle, SO DC SUtQ 10 DC
Seo the big ad elsewhere In this Is-
sue of the sale io bo held Saturday
Circumstances niter cases to be
sure nnd the weather has gotton to'
that degree of .warmth when nothing
Is more acceptable than "cool treat
ment" from our friends, especially
when It takes the form or frozen
Bwectness. For all such coolness on
atternoons like Sunday lait, youri
pencil pusher returns many, many(
J. S. Carpenter or Mt. Salem, has
cold his property to John McKlnney
and will move to Tampa. .Fia.
O. TW. Glvens, or Bradrordvllle, bus
been visiting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. C. Dinwiddle,
of Shelby City, have been tho guest
ot llustonvillo relatives.
Mr. Abraham Newton will open up
a grocery in his hotel building in a
Invitations' reading as rollows hava
Icen received by a number, or tho
joung men or town: Yourself and com
pany are cordiality- invited to nttend
the opening ot the New ilcll hotel, at
Liberty, Ky, Wednesday evenln?,
June the Setenth, Nineteen hundred
and oleten. Dance t to 3. Hefresn
ments. Floor committee Joe King.
Mnnnle Dillon, Floyd Wright. Dallas
Kule, Maurice Humphrey, Je3a Her
ten, James Cowden.
OLIVER & TAYLOR
IN THE WORLD
May 26, 1911
Lincoln Co. National Bank,
dowa the throat of a. erIni
chicken, destroy the wonnt
and isves the chlck'i life.
A few drops In the drinklnc
water cures and
For the treatment of White Diarrhoea In chicks
aad Blackhead and other diseases In turkeys
IOUNOH POULTRY CURE MS NO EQUAL
One 30c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine.
For Salo Uy
NEW STANFORD DRUG CO.
"We aro mailing you under separato cover, an advance proof of
the forthcoming National Bank Roll of Honor and wish to congratulate
you on the fact that your excellent institution is represented thereon
Approximately there are seven thousand' five hundred National Banks
in tne united Dtates. jusb io.s.1. uuilcdh iUnv . . ..
titled to position on the Roll of Honor.
This statement reveals the distinctive charactor that Roll of Honor
Bank's possess. It is indeed an honor to be numbered among such
sterling institutions, and you will no doubt appreciate the opportunity
which is open to you to impress the fact on your friends itnd pat
rons, present and prospective.
THE FINANCIER PUBLISHING CO.,
By 0. A. Hazen President
The sign, of Excellence and Beauty..
The most extensively advertised shoe
in the world. Made in all leathers, on
almost every conceivable last.
Tan, Patent Leather,
Vici and Calf.
$3.50, $4, $4.50 and $5 the pair in
jow or high shoes, button and lace.
You can not beat them and we se
riously doubt if you can equal them.
H. J. McRoberts.
$1 5,000 ; Trunk & Bag Sale
STARTS MONDAY, JUNE 5TH
Entite stock of Chilton & Guthrie's Trunk
and ?ag factory purchased from receiver.
Over 1000 Trunk and 1000 Bags of every description will be placed
on sale Monday, June 5th, at about one-half the usual selling price.
See Louisville Sunday papers, June 4th, for
details, or write our Mail order Department.
COME TO LOUISVILLE
Fares Rebated Until July 1st, At Our Transfer Desk In Cash.
NOTICES AlthoBh tome torc havo discontinued to rebate Railroad Ftftt, t"l "tore will continue to
do 10. Come to the Store and receive your Rebate.
STEWART DRY GOODS CO., incorporated. Louisville, Kentucky.
mniiiHiiiiiiiii iitiiiititiaMiMii . i
Here To Be
your physician h.i pre.
scribed n mciliclno lor you to
taVc. the next Important tcp i to
have that prescription placet) in the
hamls ot a thoroughly reliable and competent
nliarmacUt so it will bo compouutlctl exactly ns
directed. We have gained nn envlablo reputation
for always being very careful and palnMnklnK In
our compounding nnd feel that, in nil justice to your
own uood health, vou should bring your next prescrip
tion here. Here, too, you will find a complete and In
viting display ol toilet nrtlcle. rubber goods , soaps,
perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies.
For Interior decorating we carry and reeomraand
ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coating. Call
and sec samples of tints and ask us about it.
PENNY'S DRUG STORE.
DON'T BE TOO aENEROUS.
with tho cement, lime, etc., you net
from us. IlPmcmber tnat all our build
Ing materials are tnucn stronggr than
tho ordinary .and you can thcreToro
use less than ordinary quantities. If
you llko we'll tell you Just how to
mix them to get the' best results nt
llio least cost. Come in and nsk ua.
J. A ALLEN, StMftrd, Ky.
Wtbrti 111 position to do all kinds of eon
oretlug, such as lllock Work, l'itToienU
and. iu fact, we can make any thing from
nous down to a fence pott. We can serre
70a promptly and auarantet nrstolasi
work and material. Call and get our prlovi
tefore you buy your material at least.
ANpLE J-'! A.N D"a
WOOL, HIDES, FURS,
6ALT, LIME, GIN8EN0,
H. B. Northcott.
T. K. Tudor. Mgr.
. Spring Suitings
My new sprint; and summer samples
aro now ready for your Inspection.
They comprise the best on tho market
) cau suit onyono as to prlco who had
bis clothes inad0 to order. A suit
made to our meastuo is preferable
to ready made clothes. To have tbum
mude to measure doesn't cost any
moro than ready mado whin quality
and fit Is considered. Com.V In and
let me take your measure.
H. C. RUPLEY, Tno rractlcal Tailor.