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Digital page images are linked to the text file. qta rt co idti iMJi 0L XXXI i4 I No 25 t IARNETI 1E8 FOR MR JAMES 1 liijfons Representative iteaves BecWiam QJRGES MEMBERS TO UNITE O N SOME OTHER MAN FOR- t 1 fifty SENATOR IS TAX CAUSES A STI f1VT d r i 6m morepemocrat who has been g for Hon J cW Beckham for United States Senator left his rank iyesferdajr after Snaking an earnest 0pletothethe Senate Louis W Arnett repre sehtatlve from Covington cast his vgte for Ollle M James and sugv gested that Mr James was a man twhowaU factions of the Demo vcraUo party could agree He sal his constituents had sent him to the gislature to elect a United States t Senator and that he had voted for Beckham day after day and Vwelek after week and ne could not be kktcdM the time had come whoIt amew man must be proposed one LVlV ouldrecelve the support of a the Democrats and be elected Mr Arnetts defection from the Beckham ranks left Mr Beckham wiljhGB votes four less than the ref q l ito number to elect and Itjs rumored that other members WH- ie him during the week W0 Bradley was also short four votes ce the death of Virgil MoKiigh itf requires only 69 votes to elect t aft the members of the twp house aVeVpresent or paired there being only 137 members now Both of the leading candidates are short and the deadlock continues with Htl epros ptof anybudy being elected tittles something unexpected happens Mr Beckham came within three votes o t belts elected on Thursday as 69 rwjcwfd have elected but on yester again Mr Arnett taking tfijtpiace of Mr Mcknight In ref ls Iri to vote longer for Mr Beckbam Ipaly two real ballots were taken f Senator this week the one on Monday being perfunctory by agree merit and only two votes being cast it lias always been except that Mr MqKJiights place was vacant On hursday the vote was the saut e Fr idly the number of those opposing Mr Beckham put not voting for a u Rejpublicanwas again seven as IV of had before Mr McKnight died race has been lacking injiaterest for some time but Mr Ar n 4t 8 spech and his change of vote have awakened Interest again and the jafiabers are expecting something hapVen soon- Thehouse yesterday passed one o f theh ost Important bills introduced at this session and voted half a million dollars to the State College and theI two normal schools of the State fuillvan bill which has been delayed PT several weeks finally reached a vpti and was passed by anverjwhelming majority after many of the members bad made speeches for o against the bill and many amend toaejitB lead been voted down An efj fort to scale the amount appropriated Iia defeated Little was done by the Legislature dIr lil the last week as It was la sea MOD only three days and on one of those diy the session eras only per KuMotory oo account of the death of theHouseappointed commute to attend Mr Me KKnlghts funeral and to draw up resolutions on his death and then an nt was taken until Thur- adaytheday after the funeral ibThursdays session was a brief one t owing to an attempt to have the county unit extension bill brought up The Mouse bad gone lato a discussion of the hill appropriating OPiflOO to UHf state Mlle = saxdl 1160000 each to tkia two normal cUoolv Repr 8ea tIre Jerre Sullivan began speaking for the bill alter aa Ineffectual at t mt had been made to postpde ratIoa ctfie bill untM next ryeiiayalaorgwilaon gaovotl tp 1- 11I0Jisttw tisog toperit b t call of the counties so unit bill could be reporte V F Klalr was on his feet with a moilop to until Friday He changed this ttHPrnotion to adjourn until Friday t 1010 oclock so that his motion would take precedent over the motion of Mr Wilson This motion was lost but just as the chair announced the result of the vote the adjourethai Mere mention of the county bill serves to produce a motion journ and the fight against tK is determined The Public Mu committee which has the bill InI cbmlmltteewill be several days before the call of the committee will be reached In fireRdetermined effort to have It reach a vote believing that it would pass if a vote could be had on it Other legislation Is being sidetracked ands the prospects now are that only a few bills will be passed during the pre sent session ami thenv Only those which the rules committee chooses to report favorably This committee will soon take charge as it has control during the last ten days and there are only a few jnore days to the ses slop sedsion Is nearing end and that thre bills have been passed through both houses the flood of new bills does not cease The House did not have a bill day this week on account Of the adjournment on Monday and the discussion of the State College bill on Thursday but many of the members have bills and are only waItlng an opportunity to introduce f Continued on page eight END OF LIFE ICOPJPMRSJD1INDSEY AFTER YEARS OF SUFFERING rFUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS sNOT MADE Again and again during this fall and winter haS Frankfort been called to moprn the death of some of her purest and best OnFrlday morning the death angel knocked at the dopr of one of th cheeriest gentlest and most loving women af the city Mrs Helen Talbot Llndeey affcer long years of suffering from asthma entered into the rest prepared for Gtjds1 children aged d 6 ears She was the daughter of the1 late Mr Wm Talbott and wife In early childhood Mrs Llndgey was orphaned but wa tenderly reared by the late Gen Peter Dudley aril wife as their daughter Bhe was a remarkably handsome i rjand was so unaffectedly joyous and happy that she wotitbe hearts of till who Were tbrown In contact with her and reigned as a belle 1IJJ0ngthe many handsome young ladles of the city lIn early girlhood Mr Jno B Llnd soy wooed and won her heart and ofdhand united the jrjiQtbond of af fectlon orchildren pf whom there are livin daughters Misses Maria Isabel Cordelia Lillian and Ben vleve qUld three sons Wm T Dudley and Jnb B Lindsey Jr who composed a Dam fly of whlcfi any parents could well be proud Mrs Lindsey was a devout Chris- tIan a member of Ascension Church and was ever ready to load assistance to the work of the church so long asher health would poa tIDuring all the years of her suffering she wgg as cheery and happy as a girl and the devoted love of her bus and children was never lacking o soothe and care for her They were a peculiarly happy family The funeral arrangements had not been made when we went to cwt s to the fact that s v pressI her chttldreni art away from the but It Is likely tint the funeral said burial will take place tomorrow Sw dray afternoon front ABcenaJpn iurchrTke p oflouudeat fyipivatfiy of oorj oe caiwnitk Cbee out to fire JyttWMt riIIlr 9Ir lJ FARMERS GET DOWN TO WONECONDY AND IMPORTANT WORK IS r ACCOMPLISHED 1 v s H fe f v MANY PROMINENT LECTURERS PARTICIPATE INPROfiHAM The third annual State Farmers stitute closed Its sessions yesterda- y afternoon after three days of Interesting and instructive addresses by some of the most prominent lecturers In he United States Except for the in vasipm of the Institute by a number Of politicians the sessions were very profitable and most dt the farmers went to thelr homes feeling that they had been greatly benefited The institute opened Tuesday morn lug with an address of welcome Gov y Augustus E WillsonThe Gov ernor said that he was only a plain lawyer and had never bees a Parma or agriculturist but that he knew enough of their calling to know It Is the most important In the State this being distinctly an agricultural State JJaTpaid high tribute to the farm rs and their work He took occasion to make a plea for Jaw and order in the State and said that so long as he Is the Governor of thong e as he Is the Governor he intend- to be the Governor oi the whole pea ple President Froman responded to the address of welcome on behalf of the Institute He congratulated the memo bers upon the great success which the Institute has attained since its or TakineS up Its work he told how no farmer r may be Ignorant of anything he ought to know In regard to crops soil seed anything pertaining to his farm and that thro ugh Its teachings worn lands may be brought back Jo a state of fertility He declared that the larnier 1111sI the right to fix the price of his crop alloys the cost ot production He touched upon the tobacco question and told of the work ot the American Society of Equity and explained hbw the farmers may control the pro duction of their crops He said ono mistake that the farmers make Is to take advantage of high crops to raise too much with the re sult that the price drops tounprofita jle figures the next season President Froman showed how byI organization the farmer can COlI trol the production of bin crops and the prices which he shtill receive sufa degpends upon the fimdementnl princi pie of the Integrity of Its members Peanut iPolltlC1ljThe Institute started off Tuesday morningwith a lot of peanut politi clans IIi charge After the welcome address by Gov Augustus E Willson and the response by President FroI man State Senator J W Newman contrary to all precedent Introduced resolution taping from the chairman the appointment of the committees This Was done in the interest of Cald well Norton a Louisville banker who was a candidate or member of the Jtato Hoard of Agriculture from the Fourth Appellate District AttbeCJ- other State Institutes President Fro man appointed the committees and there was no objection ea the part of anyone to his M1ect1on But eev eral members of the State Board had beep playing politics for the past two months and 4hey Jtftii their plans laid to put Mr ortM Jn by the we of dark Jantern TaeihedB 4 Mr Hubert iUchWHr the liter dadaiaored tt irr iwletEea ilertdP- 11 t i by the regular organization of Jeff son county be seated adding that he deahedtobe heard on his motion H explained to the delegates assemble- that wbnhe was Commissioner of Agriculture he had formed an organ fzation ia Jefferson county just as he had done In every county in the State Although he did not desire the place he said that upon call or Co missioner Rankin the farmers of th courityjitiet and instructed for hi for menbers of the State Board Ire the Fotirth District Mr Norton he said was a candidate for the place and mess a vigorous tight bu be sawthat he had been beaten by th regular organization he wlth the as slstance of the remnint of the Frank fort Ring secretly organled three oth er cldbs or claimed to have done so anahad them Instruct for him Mr Vreelandtcpntended that utter the call had been Issued for the selection of delegates it was unfhlr to organizes mushroom clubs for tire sol pur pose of defeating any candidate He asked hat the three clubs bo npt rec ognlzed by the delegates After some discussion the matter was referred to the Committee o n Credentials which had been named by the politicians The meeting of the committee was held behind closed doors and after the others had been heard Mr Vreeland wag called before the packed committee and given a formal hearing The real fight began at the sigh session when the packed Committee on Credentials reported Their finding did not surprise anyone as alfThe de egates realized that the cofumltte g had been selected by politicians on and off the State Board but when th committee reported that It had seated all the Jefferson county clubs Mr Vreeland offered a substitute to the report seating only the delegate- from the regular organlatlon in th Fourth District Mr Veeland spoke to his substi tute and took occasion to say that he realized the meeting was being dominated by the Frankfort Ring stead of the farmers of the State but that he proposed to show up the dark loafers methods of the opposition He said that the original organiation in Jefferson county has been in existence Liar several years and that not one olt those opposing him ever at tended a meeting of the club and thrt Mr Norton had never attended descriPflonInpeanut pojltlcs should be tolerated the meeting the institute workJ which heretofore had been kept free from politics would eventually be deIstroyed Mr Vreeland said that he did not desire a membership on the State Board as it would take him away from his business in Frankfort a great deal of the time but that the farmers his district had unanimously in strutted for him and that he felt It his dHfty to fight the matter out mere y for the sake of the principle in volve He declared he would resign if elected Coninuityr the darkfeatern methods a motion was made to shut off the debate It beinhrthewlilah of the poli ticians that their methods be oaf dl covered Wh n the utter was pat voteitaothlydgof the dietePyotWd a 1I debate showing clear it of the convention irmen of the delega pd to vote and it vas the political element r wohe SUbStl room clubs and declined to conIsaying that he lie had expected an the face of political y majority of the delegates to the ute were disgusted with the vceedings and many dt them pre rted that the Institute in future be nothing more than a politi1 ventlon tag hose most active in the po fight were JW Newman Guth- r e Wilson of 13ardatouiand W R Moorman Jr of BrecklnrldFc county The latter two are among the mem berg of the board who Worked so vigorously for theselectionofth McDonald site for the Strife Fair which site was opposed by hundreds cf the best merchants in Louisville Aside from the welcome address by GOv Willson and the response b y President Froman the only regular features of the program ramie d out on Tuesday were addresses by Dr John Hamilton Farmers Institute Specialist of the United States and country State l Grange splendidd on 9 me s stitutes In the United States Dr Hamilton is the best authority on this subject in the country and his ad dress was very instructive fo1 those who have not heretofore realized the workat was Horti itilContinued on page eight CITYe t SOLD TO CAPT MORRISS Ef KENTUCKY RIVER PACKET COMPANY WILL WITHDRAW FROM BUSINESS gaiter nine years of service on the Kentucky and Ohio rivers the steam er Falls City was sold Wednesday to Copt T M Morrissey of Vicksburg to take the place of the steamer Rosa line which went down in a storm last Saturday at Alplna Miss i The Fans ut was owned by the Louisville and Kentucky RiVer Packet Company at Louisville of which Col Samuel H Stone Is president The company was formed about two years ago and was composed of seven directors none of whom were experienced rlvermen During the summer months when boatepys well but during the winter months the continuance of the boat hardly justified Its running Col thucomsMorrisesay was In Louisville looking for boatandthe sale was effected The terms are withheld but the price Is lid to be between 8000 and 10000 The boat was built nine years ago at Cincinnati and on year later was badly damaged by fire which brokeI out in the cabin while the wasI anchored at the foot of Seventh St In Louisville The original cost of the boat was 22000 After the fire It was rebuilt in the Howard shipyards at Jeffersonville and later put into the Kentucky river trade between Louisville and Valley View Ky Capt N M Pryor will the boat tomorrqw morning to Vickst burg The Falls City cameIn from last trip yesterday According to Col Stone there will be no more packet boats run up the Kentucky river by his comn nvIIt Mrs Mary Harrison of Lexington who underwent an a etiatlon at the a Good Samaritan Hospital several weeks ago has recovered and is again with Mr and Mrs Harrison Slmrall at their home on east Fourth street In Lexington e Mrs C J Norwood of Lexington who has been ifcwith the for a tmMch4 Mr jnp B Dryden JrWu able to beautytfrdayft r oVeVe ttld BoC two week wHK file grip IIIOTFIQ11T I IS PROMISED INIASQM lOyer the Election of vJh a JIg oll f r1 BOTH PARTIES WILL MAKE EFL t FORT TO ELECT MCKNIGHTS e SUCCESSORw DAIRYMEN ARE BADLY SPLIT Mason county is soon to be tile j scene of one of the hottest political fights ever seen in Kentucky asim election has been called to fill the vj vacancy caused by the death bf 1 lrglt McKnight who passed away last ft Monday morning at 225 oclock niter ionly a brief Illness The special election was called on Thursday liy W J Gboch thle Speaker of lie House who under the statute acfs v jf In such cases instead of the Governor when the House is in session ut the time a vacancy ocCurs The election will toe held on March 7 The Repub llcans are going to make an especially rithard fight In Mason county as the vote In the Senatorial race Is im V portant just now with two sides soy equally divided The Democrats are co fident of victory and believe that fthey will have no trouble winning as the county is normally about 600w Democratic but factional fights have the party there and the race Iwilllbe close Mr McKnight was by less than a hundred and he was one of the mostf r men who ever contested for aplacaj J In t that county j Mr McKnlghts death was a greafr 4ftureseen him on Friday in his seat In the fHouse In the best of good humor 4 and with his usual strength On tho Saturday before his death He was about the lobby of the hotel talking ito the members who had stayed Over t during the adjournment and was C Veiling stories and entertaining his iJfriends ias he knew so well how to- do H6 did not come down to his breakfast Saturday morning and was not seen all that day John Feland went to his room about 4 oclock and found Mr McKnight lying on the bed partly dressed and almost uncon scous Dr C A Fish was called and t ifound that Mr McKnight was suffer ing from cardiac asthma Everything that could be done wilD done fortitiyhim but a severe attack came at aa early hour Monday morning and Otie was dead before his friends who hi liffbeen notified could reach his room tAfter lying in state in the han off K the House of Representatives where jhe had served with distinction the fbody of Mr McKnight was put pa vj board a private car and taken to vv Louisville on Tuesday morning A VJandtin McKnight a brother of the deadXman came to Frankfort and accomK rt paired the body to Louisville There was taken by Mr McKnlghts rela fives and after simple Services at ww laidKENTUCKY DAIRYMEN IN A 0 WRANGLE i kflea 7 i in the hall of the House of Represnr S tatlyes during the past week split r i illeftIntention of iformlngian w 8eociatlon as a rival to the present or t ganlzatlon These incidents followed session which was stormy from be ginning to end The members had come here lined up for a ftghtellhelI for or against Senate bill No 223 ae cording to their Inclinations which calls for a rigid Inspection by State officials of all dairy Oierd tomake car lain that are not Infected witht htbercuiosis- II Miss Anna Virginia st d Mter Blanton Jobn son of L xUietpbn l yeeterilay for a we0keahltithP their trandiupther Mra J TO Joo HA r tAstP- AID E jIS viiiM li1 r f ey FRIENDS AND FELLOW LEGS LATORS AT CAVE HILL IN LOUISVILLE With the casket banked by the aaost beautiful of floral offerings and surrounded by a large number of hi8 former colleagues In the General As i jsembly and ninny other sorrowing friends from Louisville and pther sec Mlons of the State the body of V- igl r McKn late Representalve i the Legislature from Mason county was laid to rest in the McKnight Jly lot in Cave Hill cemetery Wednes day morning at 11 oclock rho fun sal services were though ve if II impressive conslstll pjf the reading f 4f the fourteenth chapter of the Cos pel of St John and a prayer by N Rev DiOJ S Lyons pastor of First Presbyterian church of Louis vile and the rendition of the song Lead Kindly Light by Miss Flora Marguerite Bert Ue The funeral services were conduct ed in the chapel at Cave Hill ceme tery because of the eeveniy of th weather The rites at the grave co listed only in the singing by Miss Bertelle of Nearer My God to The as all that was mortal of the den v i Representative was lowered into the Stave and a simple benediction pro IIbounced by Dr Lyons closed the ser vicesw The last token of respect which the members of the General Assembly permitted to to thewere pay memory of their dead colleague was the prop ping of their boutonnieres bf English Yviolets on the mound at the close of the services frotm e undertaking rooms of L D Pearson Sonsln Louisville Wednesday morning at 10 oclock to convey the Sibody to the cemetery they found the whgt were I services would be conducted there but after a short conference between Speaker Gooch and the other mem berg of the committee It was decided to carry out the original program and it was announced by Mr Gooch that services would only be conducts ed in the chapel at the cemetery and that carriages would be provided fo wall who wished to attend the funeral- S coltd owed the body to its last resting place Besides the pallbearers selected rafrom the Legislature the friends of 1f Mr McKnight who acted as active i pallbearers were Logan C Murray r A Scott gullltt Garvin J3ell James P Gamble Austin Ballard and James y Buckner while the Honorary pall I bearers were Senators Conn Linn Albert Charlton Sam Peters Frank Rives Nat Cureton Sam SewelJ and Representatives John Feland J A Sullivan L W Arnett W F Klair 4W J Jackson W F Edmunds C W G Hannah R L Harris J A Sloan and Speaker W J Gooch and k C W Longmire Sergeantat Arms of the House and Oscar Vest Sergeant Arms of the Senate Among the beautiful floral offerings was one composed of pink and white 3scarnations bearing the Inscription competer fi1Y covered the casket and many smaller ones from individual mem bers of the General Assembly and J from friends of the deceased in Louis ville Lexington Maysvllle and other rf sections of the State ii +o riIov WILSON v RETURNS FROM NEW YORK a IS NOT A CANDIDATE FOR ViCEs PRESIDENT BUT PREFERS TO SERVE Hlf TERM AStr GOVERNoR 1 1 Gov Augustus E WHlson1 returned a JMonday morning from New York li T where he was the guest of honor at 1 the Lincoln banquet given by the New York City Republican Clubxoa Tuesday night Feb 11 He occupied hescat pf honor on the right of the Etof New York corresponding seat on the left of the herwas given the seat of honor because lie was the visiting Governor and that while he was slightly indisposed during the evening he was highly 5pleased with the reception tend red him Gov WHlson said that due to nr ibis indisposition on the night of the banquet ho was able to make only a short speech VVTien asked to give an eexpressUm 11 r iJ glrrtcontra with the people orKearucky to act their GovernQr for a term o years and that ho propos that contract if he lived He said the people had been very kind In s as a candidate for Vice that he felt that heb duty to perform at bjj Washington and for was not seeking high 5 aid tbA the only could derive ram der wa n that it was due to become a candidate t themcPaeryed Governor and that aslong people had so willed he did not it proper for him to begin to shji poutheIn 1o fulfill the contrac he had slgnf with the people of Kentucky on months ago Gov Willson said he hrd bet sured that he could get a solid it twclcy delegation to the National Cone vention It he so willed i but that as 1he had no aspirations for an office in Washington he declined to take iiny delegatesdII N+ Nf9 110t +PrKN NNT Roelidioust 1 bOPONf110NNf 0 NNN N ASCENSION EPISCOPAL L CHURCHRev A B Chinn the rec tor will conduct the services 11 a m Morning Prayer and Semen 730 p m Evening Prayer 930 a m Sundayschool In the chapel Wednesday evening prayer at 730 p in The public generally invited to at tend FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 In the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 630 p rPrayer meeting Wednesday evening at 730 In the chapel Everybody cordially invited Seats free j CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday even ing at 730 oclock in the chapel Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct services as follows Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 aoJSundayschool at 2 p m Vespers and prayer at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J R Zeigler the pastor wil- preach at 11 a m and 730 p mIThe Young Peoples League meet at 645 oclock at 94 oclockIPrayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 730 in the Sundayschool room You will be welcome at each ser viceMETHODIST TCHURCH Rev J 3 Sims pastor Preaching by the pasJ tor at 11 a m and 730 P m Sundayschool 945 am Epworth League 630 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday even- Ing at 730 oclock In the Sunday room- Strangers welcome SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 amand 730 p m Young People Society at jp mtlSundayschool at 945 a msPrayer meeting Wednesday evening- at 730 p m The Russian Military Court con leraned Lieut Gen Stoessel to death for surrendering Port Arthur to the Japanese army The court recom U mended that the death sentence be commuted to ten years Imprisonment and that the officer be excluded from the service Rumors of a raid by night riders caused the authorities at Paducah to sail out extra guards and to send of scouts out on the principal highways leading to the city S ji J t aF t 4r1 1 iii l ut HERE ATTENDING SttfTC FARMERS INSTITUTE THIS WEEK Fqrmer Representative Ed Groan of Bullltt county the author of the fa mous dog tax law which is figurIng largely at the present session ol the Legislature in efforts to secure its re peal was here as a delegate to the State Farmers Institute this week Mr Groan while here also puIna- r few licks to cave his pet measure fro ielng removed from the statute book He says that all this talk about the dog law costing the Democratic its defeat last November is all clap trap and that If the party can not succeed except without repealing law fixing a tax on worthless curs It ought to be beaten Col Groan says that there are 17000 sheep laisgrs in Kentucky and that the industry t gether with wool and lambs amounts to 100000000 which is entitled to protection against the ravages o worthless canines He says the sheep raisers of the State will shortly o ganlze for their protection The au thor of the lkw declares that if le alone another year the dog tax law would demonstrate to any unbiased person the wisdom of its shoe ment POSTMASTER REAPPOINTED AT MIDWAY MR GATRELL HAS GIVEN SATIS FACTION AND GETS ANOTHER FOUR YEAR TERM Postmaster Samuel Jj GatroK has just been reappointed pj08uoasor at Midway His present cocinjlsHlon ex pired April 10th 1906 but he has con tinued in office pending the recent appointment His term of office now will not expire until April 10th 1910 1Mr Gatrell succeeded the late Hen P Waits as postmaster six years 1ago and during his incumbraucy has given universal satisfaction toihe- patrons of the office He Is a native Mason county but has been a rest dent of Midway for a great many years He was the junior member of he well known grocery firm ot Frazier Gatrell for a number of year and now a member of the firm of Garrell Bros He is a young man of splendid jlnracter and his many friends rejoice him at his reappointment BANKS Not Liable for the Penalty In Incor berated Cases The Court of Appeals by Judge Carroll Wednesday reversed the Judgment of the McCracken Circuit Court In the case of the Mechanics and Farmers Savings Bank against Commonwealth The court here the exemption relating to railroad companies trust companies Insurance companies banks and build ing and loan associations In the stat ute which requires corporations toI have the word Incorporated appear Immediately under the title of carpers doing business in this State H E Rosevear of Louisville after nineteen years service as secretary- of the Young leIs Christian Association of Kentucky resigned at thet biennial convention watch is in progress at Winchester C P Dix Louisville was elected as ils lUc Censor Richard P Ernest of Gpv ton was elected President t t I 444end x word r = SER f Competitive nations Will Held A ndicated Below Departmental Clerk Male Bureau of Plant Ins dustry 660 per annum Mar 4 Surgeon 125 per mo Marine Ho3 jltal Mayport Florida Mar 4 Meat Inspector Five Years exper fence is required in curing canning or packing meats Persons whose ex perlence has been confined to weighing scaling or clerical work or who shave been engaged sorely in the oc cup Uon of meat cutting or butcher examimnation Mar 6 Wireraan Departmental Service- salaries 720 to 900 Mar 11 Assistant Male Phlllipine Service 1200 to 3000 Mar 1J2 IiTeacher Male and Female Phil ippine Service 1200 to 2000 Mar Engineer 1000 per annum 18oReceiver of clothing and small stores 4 per diem Mar 1819- f Assistant Supt of seed warehouse and seed distribution Salaries 900 25rLantern Slide Colorist Female 3 per diem and upward Mar 25 Magazine Attendant 256 per diem 1Mar 25 ngravting and Printing 840 per annum Mar Public Document Cataloguer 900 per annum Mar 25 Supt of Engineering Construction Plumbing 6 per day Mar 25 Watchman Bureau of Engraving and Printing 720 Age limit 25 to 40 Mar 25 These examinations may be taken at Bloomington Ind Cincinnati 0 Cleveland 0 Columbus 0 Evans yllle Ind Fort Wayne Ind Indla napolis Ind Ironton 0 Lafayette Ind Lexington Ky Louisville Ky Paducah Ky Toledo 0 Zanesvllle O POSTOFFICE Clerkcarrier Examinations Findlay Ohio Feb 29 Goshen Ind Mar 4 Hammond Ind Feb 29 Sidney Ohio Mar 4 INTERNAL REVENUE Dept Collector Clerk Exam Evansvllle lad Feb2G New Albany Ind Fab 26 Terre Haute rod Feb 26 vlncennes Ind Feb 26 These examinations can be taken only in the city for which the exam ination is announced Further information and applica tion blanks may bedsecured from Secretary Civil Service Board at cit IQs named orfrom C W Moss Sec retary 6th Civil Service Dlsti let Cin cinnati Ohio SENATOR COMBS Goes to Jacksonville Florida to visit Mrs Combs Who is Spending Winter There Senator Thos A Combs of Lexing ton left Tuesday over the Queen Crescent lor Jacksonville Florida to join Mrs Combs and his daughter May who have been wintering at De land He will remain with them until Sundayl returning in time to be pres eDit at the meeting of the Legislature on Monday Saturday will be Washingtons birthday and a holiday and ithe Senator1 thought he could better get away at this time He is paired off with Sena or H H Smith of Knott county in the Senatorial contest and his absence at this time will have no effect on the voting It wllLbe abrlof trip but in thena tureoY a test for the Senator r 1TLI i uR J iii iJtJ r jj t d- tr l JL P Noonan L Fdfcy Gfoceries Both Phone Corner Main and Ann T f N One Frankfort I Transfer Cofl i1 J S IW II u l i i 5 t r I5S Iii Hauling of All Kinds h t Office L N 1I Freight Depot rI Ii v Prices Reasonable Phones t When Ready tosor Be Served C W Saffellitar HasTrcand Freshest in Staple and Fancy Groceriess Turkeys Chickens Etcw Prompt Delivery IBoth Phones F ilSf I ANN STREET rv f THEEE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR JII High Grade VehicleThan ever before The public have at last come to the ij conclusion that a CHEAP vehicle is DEAR at anv price Our work is strictly handmade and issoldunder a guarantee that means something If you want a vehi ce t dropUS1 isaaiopportunity SJ Seller Carriage CoIiVEKSfflMrES KY 0 M BROWNING P eJIId nt vtu Sec an4 Tr lu r ihtRrw Ytfi fir MLyi MERCHANTS f es iblefor PresentM a Order Evil CILiTIES FOR ATTRACTING bUSTOM ARE AT HIS COW MAND Much has been written about th tIe influence of the big fourpounfl rilougea sent broadcast overt nd by the houses located la the bi cities and which strange to say fuse to sell goods to the residents he cities in which they are boat here Is no mysterious element in these bulky paper books From co to cover they are filled with plctur f obgoods tIsmaeverywhere The publishers of tli runuingKly All their success has been in U5eJt merchant it Is the home merchants t itault He neglects to do just the houses which publish the big logues do He may not have llfi money to get out sucha great I t neither the means of carrying greaV- VJ stocks of goods Yet he possesses Ahe means necessary to gain l trade that goes to these great con terns He can buy goods just as low has less expense and while the 4 Tance1 medium of The Roundabout the mer peopleiot a llJwestexpense As to the matter at prices the catalogue is an educator Jt tells the people of values These values are associaten with classes of goods The merchant in the home town aura this information to his own account The merchant can show the goads and can explain the difference between grades It Is evident tha tust trade is tobe held at home it m be upon a business basis Sentiment- J 8 a mfghty small figure in nlatt eta u vwhere dollars and cents are con vcerned The average farmer would rather buy goods from the home store he1lIdeaf letrhim are r f t deal There are towns in the west nagricultural sections which a re few years ago were getting only half the trade that was to be had 1in the district Merchant became convlnc t that they were weak somewhere Ffioy found that they were not adver- V tiling rightly and commenced a cam drivIngj1 telllj The merchants themselves will t i JV y ttlfear the mall ipfSer housesi as they have educated the people to trade at hone The pepl who were ntafl order house ili piiiiron will tell you that they kn that they can do better by buying home that thoy are convinced ti atattheff interest are best protected f Urn home merchant and that since t mailorNr7y thrown off malorder ft hVibjit they are saving more ma4 bubooIptuppose it is It is harmful only accordance with the lack of nnlnWn mQrchantst a rf unto dato and advertise rightly th lRno complalntas to the mallarc- systemr shareeducating as in the people in business methods in principles that are helpful to the home toWn The live merchant can hold j suchprincipleson Jibr trade No one person has a mo fy of the right to advertise The way is as open la the small merchant salt is to the one The principles t involved apply to the small business tlonIYChouses is that found in advertising rand in prices li DOG LICENSEt by j i ea- GivetRIght to Kill Sheep Says Cor Governori to cWJa i rjov Wllleon has a correspondent withnewtbeorlee on the subject of the y1yrft andhe i has written to m yor kIQ r tt He is of tho oplnl license and gives to kill the sheejj the letter the IIbeing withhold Feb iv Gojv iwt KyDear Sir addressing yoJ Important the dpg and promising in ocular time which populated of sheep the owneT3 b g reimbursed froin a fund created for that purpose bSBfeclng each dog 41 iDIefbirehi my opinion my1 dog availed him killeded r pay for his sheep My dog hay Ieesam ana ligations tmy neighbor and m is square on the books with no Istsas as r thinkItProtthtiec tk they will Soon be a thing of the past pleamesa a ture in proper form so that one iadustrlesala may I am etaItheMR5 PARRISH o SELL BLUEGRASS HOME HAVING SEEN SUED BY BURL theTOEACCO SOCIETY IS PRE gPAftlNG TO MOVE Mr James W Parrish of near Mid way the largest tobacco grower n Centra Kentucky and one of tho wealthiest men in Woodford county against whom a suit has been filed by the Burley Tobacco Society lor 5 damages alleging breach of contract in the sale of 80000 pounds of pooledI 1906 tobacco advertised his 900 acres for sale In the Blue Grass Clipper of Midway The advertise invent states that the farm and r dance which Mr Parrish has just completed but has not yet been oc copied will be offered at public sale on April 2 if not sold privately The dwelling Is one of the finest In the State costing it is sold o 30000 In a card to the Woodford Sun Mr Pcrrish says I have not sold or at tempted to soil any pooled tobacco None of my tenants have ever pooled their crops In the same card M Parrish announceses that he will grow any tobacco this year iIFED RAL COURT Representative Will Try To 13etwetsell n 3 IFrankfort and Jackson Representative Langley says Will probably Introduce a bill In C atowthe tFedarill at Richmond in view bis bill to have two terms a year Jackson His bill for two terms at Jackson is being opposed by Senator RIderit ofYthe Richmondany is and hardshilse p to court allowing half of the Richmond court work to herelt wheter4erthe and district attorneY would Oppose such changes HEALTH OFFICERS Met Here Monday and Asked In creased Appropriation From Legislature t Health officers of several cities In Kentucky and physicians who are in terested in the work of the State Board ot Health held a meeting hero Tuesday afternoon to discuss feels la which is proposed Dr J N Me clc of Bowling Groan peerot ary- pf the State Board was also here The physicians thought It would beblrwise to increase the appropriation t the State for the maintenance the State Board from 5000 as at pros t to 25000 The meeting die appItfrproved the bill allowing young m outer a medical college pn cart from the county judge and w stricter examination than is p scribed at pres nt e Folloln the crowd agdbrtag y our ytiyacrf loft tkJw rtio w J I j yroin s In sltuat e creek and ern polnt of as If it had bee tlet a small Vshaped plot betwee n the river and the cr In Allen county t o rive are three ofi these mWhdp none of them hardy so large as the one re ferred to above At the point where these moulds are located the riv makes a bend and after ota large scope of country comes b ac to almost within a stones throw where it started making a horseshoe in fact that part of the river is now known as Horseshoe Bend The mounds are built just where the bend starts sand were seemingly built to protect the land inside of bend Several years ago a party d onetheseIto of bones found several pieces of trot cry an oblong rock similar to those hideEYw as many other things of interest After digging down some few feet on t of the mounds four stones were fop where the skeletons were locate- When touched the bones Would drop to pieces but the teeth were well served the enamel being almost perfect as ever 00The Barren county mound is something like ten to fifteen feet htgh about thirty feet across at the top an more thaa a hundred at the be tom The highest rise in Barren Riv Maretimes in the last decade it seem as if it would be submerged but ju before the top was reached the water orewould recede This fact prompted t Jewell family to convert the top grouaera and a more beautiful place could not be found The most puzzling feature of the mpund is where the dirt came from of which it was constructed Those who have examined the dirt say that ItIt is of a different kind of any in that section Many believe it must have been brought rom 1a distance while some think it was taken from the bed o the river In either case it rwas an enormous undertaking teeMR VORYS PAYS A VISIT TO FRANKFORT CALLS ON STATE OFFICIALS AN chiIS WELCOMED BY THE CAPI TAL TAFT CLUB Mr A I Vorys one of the manag ers of the campaign for Secretary Ta t for the Republican presidential nomination arrived here Tuesday morning from Lexington on his way to Cincinnati Mr Vorys was met a station by a number 01 the mestiers of the Capital Taft Club of Ken tucky He at oats paid his respects fiLieutenantformer Governor W 0 Bradley as Governor A E Willsori Mr Vorys was taken around the city by Attorney General Breathitt and State Railroad Commissioner Slier and met many Republicans of Frankfort While not discussing the cam palgn of Secretary Taft at length Mr Vory indicated that he was more than pleased with the conditions In Kentucky as he found them STAMPING GROUND Scott of Owen on visited here his week tMr Manford ofi Stanford visited Mr C T Duvall last week Ely Jones and tamlly will move 1sttfi vls varyelrl3T A orris will leave this Bring ypurllpriie knd Jack bills to lkirCde 4dl 1i i Funlwrest R torEnou Hell from Thursday to SaturdaY Ktrlbuted as seeded to everery grow Screams big and slidke damsoge reported Mr and Mrs J B Adams returned Tuesday last from a three weeks vial t to relatives at Kansas City Mo HolJ land and Galveston Texas Prescott Arkiams had not met in some twentythree years resides at the mok9t throughout DiedAt his late residence from Williamd C years Deceased had never married He leaves a sister countndPerrydof at the BA- ptist church Sunday afternoon by Rev Masonaslc Lee George Hinton Rebt Thomas and James Marshall whdo Vutyears have return iotaerre tedhe batis acres to Davidosn thhefy fSCOTTi MAYOR HUME Urging Passage of BUI To Establish Law School Here Mayor E E Hume Is pushing the bill he had Introduced in the Legis lature providing for the converting of the old Statehouse and Executive Building Into educational Institutions the former into a school ot law to be an adjunct to the State University at Lexington and the latter to be made the Central State Normal School Mayor Huma says his proposition cant be got away from and that nothing that could be enacted by the Legislature would so redound to the cause of education in Kentuc as would the passage of the measure he is championing He has several himDto a an all sides would be a big thing f this city e FALLS CITY Meets With Accident to Her Pilot house at Worthvllle The Falls City arrived in Louisville Monday morning from the Kentucky river Her pilot house was stove in he having collided with the Lr Nfl bridge at Worthville She Is not seriously damaged She carried about fty hogsheads of tobacco and other Louisvildle a s are made to her pilot house trfNIO EEl IN LOUISVILLE r STATE CENTRAL E NAMES WEDNES MAY 6 State Central Com ettn the Louis utsvl ednesd a call for a State Louisville May 6 ons will be held on ct the delegation t jjntion et resulfe of meeting was erwbelmlng victory for Taft Fairbanks men tried first to the State convention in Lexlng In this they were defeated Fairbanks men then tried e convention May 12 and again lore defeated of thirteen committeemen to Bred themselves unreservedly Taft The committee could have passed a Taft indorsement nut it pre ferred to simply go on record as stat- Ing that ten out of the thirteen men bers present favored Taft This was announced to the reporters present The Republican State Central Com mlttee convened at 130 oclock at the Louisville Hotel for the purpose of selecting the time and place for hold ing the next State convention which will name the delegates to the nat ional convention and effect the party organization for the next four years The committee is made up of the following members State at LargeD W Falrlelgh an Geo W Welsh First District W J Deboe Second District W P Scott Third District J Frank Taylor Fourth District M L Heavrln Fifth District John W Casseday Sixth District R P Ernst Seventh District R J McMIchaels Efghth District T J Ballard Ninth District J B Bennett Eleventh District W W Byrley Of theee all were present except Messrs Bennett and Byrley and Tenth District Robert H Winn they were represented by proxy When the meeting was called to order by Chairman Ernst Dr Coffey of the Eleventh district who held the proxy of Mr Byrley and who was the spokesman of the Fairbanks people offered a resolution that the convene lion be held in Lexington on May 12 Mr Robert Wlnn of Mt1 Sterling offered a resolution that the convene tion be held in Louisville May 6 The committtt then went into executive session to consider these re solutions and decided on Louisville May The official call for the State con vention provides for mass county conventions April 25 except that In Louisville the conventions are to be held by wards The basis of rep re soijtatlon will be one delegate f every hundred votes polled at t Presidential election of 1904 It was expected that at this meet ng the question of the party area ni zation for the next four years would be taken up but by general consent all action upon this matter was de ferred kyGEN HARDIN Will Return to Kentucky and Resume Practice of Law orHon P Writ Hardin formerly one of entuckya most prominent poll ticlans and onto Democmtlc nominee for Governor is spending a few da- n Mlddleshoro Mr Hardin cumewlrh a view of locating there or at and will resume the practice 01 la Mr Hardin has spent the last few years in Virginia ona farm He IsI halo land hearty and expresses himself as pleased with the prospects of again taking up his residence In Kentucky One of the best equipped offices in the State for quick Job Work Printed while you wait CAPITAL HOTEL t E B WEITZEL MANAGER totheeither phone Oldest bind best hostelry in the y oI Am Ready To Make The Best P TOSAAnd all styles rtralte and Or IFrankfortBridgegrapher H 6 MATTERN Liquors and Where to Buy Them nThe Pure Food Law will not affect us We always did butStraightGEO B SALENDER 45 St Clai PERKINSTRANSFER w IAll kinds of Hauling in tt cluding Moving Households I twoGoods PRINCIPAL OFFICE L F N FREIGHT OFFICE PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR C A FISH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Todd Building at Sti Clair Street Bridge BOTH PHOTNES 427 KENTUCKY HIGHLAND RAIL ROAD Beginning Wednesday December 12th the Kentucky Highland Rallroadl Co put on a regular passenger rail between Frankfort and Old Crow orThe construction of the road to heailllville is being pushed as rapidly as poslble when the service will be extended to Old Taylor and Millville Trains leave Frankfort at 6 oclock a m dally except Sunday return th eng leave Old Crow at 5 pr nu Double dally passenger service will bet put on between Frankfort and Mill ville as soon as the construction is completed probably about January lIt The following rates obtain Cllffslde Jet 10t tTrumbo 1E tGardners 20tt Old Crow 25 Old Taylor so 3hfairswuse ondar month ieued and for the per 2 rBetftIi3fankfort5500 lA TaylorIBOO If Issued by tJL P F MANNNG Suptiil lApproved by Y S S BUSH Pres F TheF aftk ItBtthe f Av i Entered at the postofllce at Frankfort ncnhtuckynsaecondclassinnllabtq m tpItANKFOKT UNTJNQ COMPANY- INCORPORATED to l r w HUBERT VREELAND Pres and ltgrc D COYLE Secretary sad Treasurer TERMS SIOO IN ADVANCE FRANKFORT FEB 22 1908 e ttTHANKS We are indeed under lasting obllga Lions to you Brother Walton for your expression off Bipathy and wo- I will show you tha e are just as clever as you are by handing It back to you The fact Is we dont care to ryrob you of what you so badly need Yourself If there Is a man in this Community or in this State who needs sympathy more than your own Irdead self we do not know Who he is trie r friendless man always has oar- sympathy and our suffrance TJie fact that we were run down Trtfatrremnant of the Frankfort Ring vrill not surprise anyone in the Siateu t It nxiMn a matterAl s ec 1Qtl n 4 se a y jars as ito why we hafie m r n ever beire his vi jtl mos attempt was made todefeas Joit the Democratic nomination for 2w tat but we succeeded 3bm s s wI n rag easily As to the recent tor member tshlp on thQ State oardof Agrlcul turre we okliuie interest in it un tC19RittsataearnedlidfRilie remnant of l theMacql e q ta kJnnrifand Then we cfeteitinfl to go on the floor and c expose their methods Had all of the derogates present been allowed to vote- 1L1 we wouh arowopilygt4c n two to iii r one as was demonstrated when the fl 5 BanuO Bolliiffl a nioved1 the revlt 1 QIllUet1ellhi d tvtiltilr1U he rr 1Lthy rt1te forml9t ft h litM Ifit Jettrt mIl townk4- 1rank and file of the farmers They a 1md1fuui1 t1roJInitd ert6 to ear only on the chairmen of delegations ht1v9 wire lpfgsgdto trottgillat4 timent t1tkek9gt3 ntleihut the tjwsltfifo verA f1nnn 00l1ll1Hjltlfft r it IaPv w Jt1tqJfLI tbith ring wanted to shut 6 3 bate That has always been their method and why fikpli1ti Qey TpJYstIl FKaopLIiIit he rs 3i htias tbeititstkltl tirlfrdi tIi1e nerantt td bao oc t flu B n tf lJboJr InllbuyanH fCqrtt9r 99- 1ti people iftton1eliMcingfrtkatt darfe messasbottonhanN ghtY U n itit ioV trly WfdiWdl v Rs tfofthe ifr wtib hripi1TWers t ill t rn tUtiif il t lraliilltl = ut clan = ilffit 1qerepore Joomrstthlst anm nee neatlnhiddefTelifbdatfits ehUt- fJyklpsthvlotU teUelit Utledtfn0 Let thinkus ratot aesJr ywvuhot tJf bJeMAtT- jJWly recenily we announced thataroi YcRld shortly start an opiffisfBoft rPaper and ln that announce I1 orff jriSnliadic friend saw the handwr1t1g cot the wills 1 Lri 11ItJ1W lf t yrr8 WiIGIA1111 t1tKE- t eAfVOBiL ANn IaLFOUNDG1wANTt- t hIN4 elL bas btYS ova ll- ntlt6 J Dt 1L i a itIt Is to be regretted that mercenttb ppltticJahs hive rfjiVtfcteS even t6e Sarraers Institute field Thequestloa tnr as to who eta represent the various Appellate districts on the State BQard t Js of small momejit compared wIth 1 the badlprecedent injiiinntn tyHii rigtol WhtfW y I t t irtujrtfir ti a ufJ organ P 4Ig thllttdratOfd stif y a a t soral Depart jme r fort wf mot tt ih ibalSj1dd c at for ikh J m JI p tthe that theS Insti set ttrOf s such p frl o ot holttait art u ar 0b0tc Jtand t 4rasti tiht r f r SwS g- KIft ins S IC un toIIy wa fn Is eting +t drift reo she call a h ltoil those midnI ht pn tricksiifhfvdffeso say that all of his foun IlIifor naught oj T and industri the State demand it an bus at heart the State will call a halt and S041Continued Froi Susan M Scott and Scott PERSONALS J Miss Lettle LePeteror Lon came Thursday or a weeks visit Hendricki ThL to attend the Wolfe Robinson ding Mr and Mrs Jno M Bull aani Muster Jnb M Jr spent severl days this week with Miss Eva Cum raids in Louisville Miss Ethel Farmer has returned from Lexington where she spent sev era weeks with friends Mlgl Mabel Walker of Versailles spent the week with Miss Jennie Far IrIs Ralley Miss Mary Swigert Hendricit has as er guest Miss Gladys Griffith Of Cia cinnati Mrs Wm A Beatty has returned to her home In Lexington after a visit with relatives here Mr Jno LDunlap of Louisville was here several days this week on business If Mrs Oscar Vest and son Master Dauglas have returned to their home in Carrollton latter a weeks visit with Mr Vest here Mrs Jno P Stewart entertained asher guests this week Mrs Richard Anderson of Lexington and Miss Ida Dowling of Lawrenceburg Mr A D Martin returned Thursday from a severalldars business trip to Qhicago andnailMjfip Mattie L Hubble of Stanford spent several days this week with Setter R Lv Hubble Jfidse Chas R McDowell of Dan vJJlemJHas among the visitors here T6niilaYeit oMiKW JoatiGray Green of Louisville camoiuTbUESday for a visit with her mother BftrsiiJno F Davis iiMntfind MrSiD L Hazeless spent SQverat daygjia Louisville this week as guestsVatitheuSoelbach tMr Jit PaulvSwain Is In Winchester attending tteaStste Convention of the YiMuJ AJii num fn Miss Helen ORear who Is attend inn soho tnt Sciense Hill Shelby vttle Isn spending the weekend with her tentsfiJudge and Mrs Edw C OlRear h lit w r U a Mr JasSAv Doyle Af Lexington was here Thursflay greetittg hum erous frieWstc 1It Dr Ambrose sWithiilapbonlitLawr- encoburg spent severalflayS here this week w4tlitf rlttadsV lj ll I Rev HWh McLelldti trf Rfchrl1 nci wasiamongthe Visitors hePethls1 akp1 s IIH utYtrl Miss ena Lee of NewAlbanYiI1 J came ayfslrw1tI1Mlss Rose SalendarubV Secori street Mr Lewis Thompson of LoUIsv1JJ- 9IUuts weoneSUl hero tIIitt 11th par ents Tr ant 1Mrs G IFlThompson Mr C A of Cjn lnnati was here Thursday find Friday orf bush- 1 ln sgw ntr iiloJlr Iuckols 4eftiiiecday- far a four taontha ILcu trip Soui i irf tlie ier softhi HOe lfonf om ll rIer j Sn Company lint and Mrs W juleJDayofMvOursi ivifife Were among o iere tlis weekHCl Mrs j L 1rpyJes of San i A itonla Tex sti IDe Tuesday If6Wivsltwith Judge nn iMrs ti EBoooet r IP Mrs R B Franklin spent several days this week wItt her sis er Mrs TBWooldruff fit Lexington Miss Mary Belie Eiwards of Ver sallies spent several flays this week gig stmtMrr lU1eaMsaf W UIIer fJ iNlt t t1JiIeffJl ri i Heap letO- for Lottistrh J ier il1 wi1Pb t theti Qri dr yitJ tJliifitTt 1s reif a AIi hmzh Q iJ trt n tom Mn to uge ret 7 them ho sviraft it s al ks t E Ro le- ArW 1 Da ridge ad Gii n r 1wIIt rIt race thI J M Mr Jt Gray McLeai Tues day from a busines Louis vllle Mr Howell Scott of iMxlngtqni who spent the weeks end Tvlth his parents Mr and Mrs J A Scott left Tuesday for a business trip to New Orleans LaEI Patf Txllsand Los Angeles Cal r in Miss Jessie Clark returned Tues day to her home In Van ebttrg after visit with Mrs Frank Clark Mrs Cornelia Bush and daughter Mrs Gee tF Berry have returned from a months stay in North Carolina Messrs A B Hammond and E H Elliott spent several days In Louis yule his week where they attended the Lumber Mens Convention Miss Ela Noonan left Monday foi Louisville where she will be the guest of her sister Mrs J Price Williams Miss Mary Houson Fox of Danville is the guest 01 Mrs Ike L Sal lee at her home near Bridgeport Miss RamSey returned Monday to her home in Lexington after a vIsit with Mr Geo C Shaw and fitmily on Ann street Miss Shelby Darnell of Lexington spent the week las the guest pT Mr and Mrs Sam J Shackelford Mrs Anna Hopple anti Mrs Geo W Chinn have returned from tsta of several weeks in New Orleans Mrs J Q A Stewart left Sunda for Philadelphia Pa where she wll be the guest of her daughter Mrs Wm L RodmanIMiss Burton Downing has returne to her home in Scottsville after u vis- It With Mr Thurman B Dixon Jvlrs F F Freese returned Monda to her home in Louise KYafter short visit with relatives here1 Mrs JDoE Miles hasieturnei rom Wodford county where she span several weeks with her brother Mi Vm T Hawkins and ifamlly Mrs Sarah McKee of Covingtoi spen the week as the guest of he Ister Mrs N J Sawyler Mrs D Pralgg VanArsdell has ra turned to her home in Harrodsburi after a visit dj several days with rel atlives In the county Mr T W Vincent returned Monda fWm Lexington where he spent sever atftayfe with friends 1MtiWP Fall Taylor has returnee froWlIduisvllIe where she spent sev efa1iWeefkswlth Miss Julie PIrtle thn8tA15s W l lam Cromwell haveiaa Hfieif guests Mr and Mrs Rokeal11 Huntsman and son Master Sta ley bf Stottsville Mrs Ethel KendrIck and son Mas ter Leslie havpFettined from a shor vist with frlendsT in Loulsvllle Ajr f Howe S M nJJett Wednes day for New AJtyaijy 4ndtt where she will spent a week with rlend- sifisseslSaflleF Sence nd lIar on Br wner ret rneSC W esday from Winchester where they spirit a week with friends iifissAmy iJyonsspenis yrejral f days in Louisville this week ids the guess Itof felendst r iifr Arthur Scott returned Wednes day ib his home at Lexingtonafter short visit with his parents Mr ant Mfrs JAScatt t s ds l Btltlte ksera Yetti thins for in- ndr ion Wa sit ist1g 1eft er bd e be theeat Jn bi u le t e k r the t hear i4Q r d Mswr I n J fV t Pa where f thE serlom 11j orjCapt Thos- M Pag Mrs 1Itand daughter Mis Irma Le Ro has been the guest of Col and lPBennett H Young tn Louisville left Monday for Florid where they will spend the remainder or the winter Mrs Jim B Dryden and Mrs L B Marshall left Monday morning Itor New Orleans where they go to attend Mardigraj While In tile Ores cent City they will be the guests of Mr land Mrs E Onurch TJnsley Mr E L Samuel and niece Miss Annie Samuel returned Wednesda mqrning from Tryon North Carolina where they spent several months fo Mr Samuels health which his man friends here will be glad to learn ha been somewhat improved Hon Wm D Claybrooke of Springfield who represented Washiagto county at the last session of the General Assembly was here Thursda greeting his many friends in Franl fort Mrs Claybrookedid not accon pany hint on account bf the serlou illness of her mother Mrs Jas E Butler at New Hope Alabama Miss Clara Louise Kinkead of Lex- Ington spent several days this wee as the guest of Miss Emmie Scott Editor Green R Keller of the Car lisle Mercury spent several days thl week with Dr It S Keller and faq Hy Hon Urey Woodson of Owensbor was among the visitors here Thursda and Friday Miss Mary Timberlake of VIn hes- ter came Wednesday for a visit wit her sister Mrs William H Hoge Mrs Reuben Post Halleck of Loui vllle chairman of the legislative com mlttee of the Consumers League Miss Frances Ingram of tho Nelghbo hood House and other members d the League are here working Inthl fnterest of the new child labor bill Misses Elle Kemper and Beu Scott who have been the guests 0 Dr L T Mlnlsh and family have r turned to their home at Gratz KYI8C companied by Miss Elise Minish wl will be their guest for a week The condition of M r John N Crtitc er who is so seriously ill with poei motifs at his home on Kentucky ia cane remains unchanged Mr V Berberlch who has bee confined to his home on St CIa street with a severe attack of th grippe for the past ten days was ported yesterday ag being much in proved Plant Seeas 1 That Will Grow Each year we lay In a Fresh Stock of Seeds as that is the way for us to be sure of their productiveness You bad better Make sure of the results of voiir years work by using these Fresh Seeds judgsteattolabor sneds uocertalrnalue besides these Fresh Ones cost no more than the other kind ft We fyaye on hand a complete tline ot Laudroth Seeds of all varieties both In bulk and packet Lowest Prices on Onion Sets pl3 = J EiCoraer Ana and Broadway FBAKKFORT KY I r w AM ThojJracule 111 yOU will have tc3ome quick ifyou want to take advantage of this oppor i 1 unity just think I t You Can Save 1Jj Just 1300 on a 26000oafc t 1000 oil a 2000 Coat lIS85 nnlppO Goat J575 on a 9 Coat jlThese Coats are good Styles for the Season Buy one and ly it away J BIG SAVINGS IN EMBROIDERIES 4inch wide Edge at 5c yard 7inch wide Edge at J1Ii lOc yard Corset Cover Embroideries 26c yard t IR G I R 1 B8 u I NO 4143 ST CLAIF18T AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY t t t r t i h MARDIi2046 H I iii trreturn from Georgetown Ky via t Queen Crescent RoutejTickets on sale February 26 27 28 29 returning March 10th 1908 Ask agents for or write H C King Gop A Lexington Ky Iq t GAPITAL I Ii TRUST ilii I t- lOOlMPANY r r iI tI ft vtiI Will have on hand In a few days small safety deposit banics tpV r be distributed and amounts when brought in will be placed ion iav J Ings account and 3 per cent interestspaid thereon Any aniotint I can be placed with us at any time oh a savings account r it These banks will be convenientforyou to put away Bmall amountsl if j at any time Get the habit of saving and you will be surprised how soon your savings accumulate ilirt We also pay 3 per cent on time dPjsI siyeaI8Ol da a general t 1bankingi I We have purchased the banks of the State National Bank and1 i those customers who are using the banks gotten from that bank will LLtplease bring them to us when ready to make deposit and such de posIt will bo placed to their credit on our savings books t 1J t J MfllSTeiEO ATRADE t 1j N WEARS LIKE IRON r While around the fireside these winter evening makV your preparations for spring painting papering and house cleaning generally 1 carry the celebrated Green Seal t Ri Paint used here for twelve years and the famous Japa lacfS Am also agent for Alfred Peat s Prize Wall Papers The 1908 sample tpoks which I now have and would be ii SW to to your home A postal or call bvc rphone willow bring them r I FRANK G STA6Gff NMh l Hardware Paints Oils tm Glass I1210 ANN STREET 41 i WE PRINT ANYTHING I z tic tIl l 7 L 21 i1 t O b w oj i 0 i 06 yr r Mr tJ V- l w t Calendari February 22 lhi Colonial Carnival at CoilseninS1c t Ing Rink In honor ot Washington Birth- dayIobruary 22 v r MisibVl nfa Nun will enIertain- r n h aonor olaer gue M1- aeyI belor Davyrat her homo on Thlyd 11 1feeosatufday aft riion i February 28 i p t iPapetCLnnt Si aE 1it f seum Skating Rink for children ll oe1X1en ears of age Friday tpj t 9ir1 ERIUilANt RECEPTION I t Desp fe thevery inclement a fl ther of Wednesday evening some five hundred guests attended the recePI f4tlon given by Mr and Mrs r s Scott and tfie Misses Scott atl iM their handsome home on Shelby Str afLif ly Illuminated with electric bulbs Th front parlor where Mr ana lIrs1 Xr 1 L1 scottand the Missers Scott received their wag In smiIIiWCi who assisted a receiving I 1and looking toward the comfortef the r it guests were Mesdames William sat i i s lell C P Chenaulti S JSftackolford Jf kW P Grayot J C W Beckham C R Hudson M B Adams J W Hill f Sue Bacon Merriman H S eller Harry Tandy E E Hume Misses Todd SaJfelL Fannie GraY Flprfie VirginialftL Crutcher and Genevieve Posey The trl flowers here were placed in tall vases I and the chandelier festooned in smiI Sax hThe gowns of the receiving party X And the nonorglEJ3tS were off unusual t ligauiyand elegance The guests of r were Miss Julia Poynter thelbyvlile Miss Clara jJoulso Kin 3feaduof JLeslngtoniy Misses Ellen and II Ethel WItherspoon of Versailles jVtlss Lillian Towles of Henderson 1Il1S W L Rahklri of Lebanon Mrs Lexingtonf e t4r was pink and pink carnations were used in profusion Silver candelabra Vltll Dink candles and pink shads Tyere placed upon the tables and inanities allflax The lights here were from red debISurrlnJ 1 9 Louisville sorted a delicious s- up1r to tho numerous guests who call futnishr4 kin the out of town guests who called were Mr and Mrs P N Fletcher Muand Mrs Joseph Van Meter Mr d Mrs Archie Hamilton of Lear Irigjon Mi and Mrs Graham Vreo land Mr and Mrs Robertson and- Judge and Mrs H S Barker of I Lojiisvlile Dr and Mrs Lister Witberspoon and Mr and Mrs David i L Thorntonof Versailles Miss Elsie r ieavyr of Lexington Jane Reed of Louisville Marie Lindsey of Louisville Hettie Belle Fuqua of Owenj 1 bore Gladys Griffith of Cincinnati Fannie Williams of Versailles Ida Dowllngj of Lawrenceburg Margaret 4Poyntor of Midway Katherine Walt lace of Midway Mabel Walker of L Versailles Mary Belle Edwards of Versailles Mrs Buena Mimms of Trenton Mrs Summers of Bards 7 town Mrs Gus Coulter of Lexing Louisyt Pd rix iier Jr of Hurt County Lee Peter- ison of Campbellsville Thos Lat more Rogers of Florence Ala Cle yes Klnkead of Louisville Thoa i Johnson of Henderson Ed Young Of Versailles John Graves of Ver sallies It o e iMISI TAYLOR8 GERMAN j AT THEM COUNTRY CLUB Another of the delightful affairs o- the week was the German at this Country Club Wednesday evening t i iti glv hon Jo Pet tin colo lid ijbiii- edeflcIousBul ling t e ser the guests The fort OrcM stra furnished tS for among whcj the Mi lancers Belle Gray Taylor Alice J ton Sanderson J3 Crutcher Nna Vischer Lillian Poyntz Henrietta ecca Johnson Mrs F Aileen Croswalte F Louise VanWlnkte Florr in Marie Trimble Annie NeaspnUlan Louise Klnkead Miss Felix Hattie Scott Misses Witherspoon Miss Dowling Virginia Nunn Elsie Leavy Irene Qulntell Marie Lindsay Miss Magoffln Miss Fuqua Ann Baker Miss Nourse Messrs Thosi Johnson Lee Peterson S teiickner Jr Chas Ciartout Clyde Smith D B ttornetl Wm feadnon C W Hay F L Bealtty Bjicon Bla ton Dr Feam ster Ben Keenon Mason Dr C A Fish Richard McClurePruett Grahani Will MPnlPmeryt Jas Montgomery H P Mason Jr Percy Hose Judge DdWliflgr Quinn Cogar Mr Kinkead Edmund H Taylor IT D Smith Carl Quintell Sam Stone Bush tJnd W Rjfdman JrrL jvArriett RtC on J MVAlveripn Polk Laffobn A R Dunlap H Z Chur chill Mr and Mrs Geo B Harper Mr and Mrs JM VanDerveer Mr and Mrs J P Stewart lvlr and Mrs A D Martin Mrand Mrs W0H McAlpJn Mr and Mrs JWltod man Mr and Mrs SJ Shackelford Mr and Mrs H S Ieller Mr and JiGWinkle Mr and Mrs J B Hen drlck Mr and Mrs 0 TV Poyntz Mr and Mrs W F DandridgefMr and Mrs H G Tandy Mr and Mrs C P Chenault Mr and Mrs D L Hazelrigg Mr and Mrs C A Hall Mr and Mrs EH Brown Mr and Mrs J M Saffell Mr and Mrs Geo F Berry Mr and Mrs D W Lind eyJr Mr and Mrs F J L Cloud Mr and lira Fraak GStagg Mr and Mrs Thos H Stagg Mr and Mrs rhbsf Geary tDr arid Mrs Sam E James Mr and Mrs Sf las Mason and Mr and Mrs Edw C ORear FOR MRS HUMPHREY The following note from trio social column dt the St Louis Post Dispatch Wlllb oif Interest to the many friends In Frankfort of Mrs Edward Humphrey of Louisville formerly Miss Virginia Brown of this city Mrs Edward Humphrey of Louis ville who is the guest of hetstster Mrs John Young Brown of 5089 Mc Pherson avenue has had a number of delightful entertainments en for her among them a tea glvenfby har hostess early In the week D it and Mrs Bradford Lewis wilt gjveta dinner party Sunda evening for Mrs Humphrey Monday evening she will be the guest of honor at a dinner given by Mr and Mrs Duncan iMelller at their home Mrs Charles Clark of Vandeventer place will be hostess on Saturday afternoon eta box party to hear lJimeNorla In Cermeniat the Odeon where Mrs Humphrey will be guests of honor The Post Dis etch February 11 contained hefollowing t Spring blossoms wer9used profusely in decorating the McPner uaavenue home of Mrs John Young Brown Tues day afternoon when she gave a tea for her sister Mrs Humphrey of Louis ville who Is her guest Mrs Humph rey has been Mrs Browns guest on previous occasions and spent part her girldhoodr In St Louis She has a wde circle of friends and several delightful affairs have been arranged for her entertainment during her visit Mrs Brown Mrs Evelyn Rodman of Kentucky also raj guest of tho hostess and Mrs HumphYey received together Mrs Humphrey was In a reception gown of pale blue messaline and lace Mrs Rodmaa In white lace and chiffon and Mrs Brown Wore Nile silk with rose poipt lace The hours were rom 3 to 5 land between those hours about seventyflvo guests called Y M ENTERTAIN The Young Mens Institute delightfully entertained their many friends WednesdaY evening with a Euchre and Dance at their hall In the Capital Trust Building The series this win ter have been most enjoyable as these gatherings once a week have helped to pass the dull evenings very pleasantly The ladles prize a tortoise shell comb was awarded Mrs Wm C Lut kemeter Clio gentlemans prize a sterling silver back cloth brush was l Ayr Mr2 the kLIgivenbrother cadets Lee Petersorj and Simon Boi ckner Jr and Miss Mary BellorNothing could have been prettier tan the dining room and the parlors of her home decorated as they were In an abundance of yellow tulips and golden gate roses The fourrcourse luncheon was served oita beautiful table which had a mound of yellow tulips in the cen ter White tapers were hooded in yellow silk The place cards were hand palnted and were quite clever reproductions of cadets en caraca ture The guests were Miss Mary Belle Taylor Misses Lillian Poyntz Herri- etta Poyntz Miss Poyntz of Cincinnati Miss Mary SwIgert Hendrick Miss Gladys Rodman Miss Anne Montgomery Miss Gladys Griffith Miss Clara Louise Klnkead Miss Lillian Towles Miss Edwards of Ver sallies Miss Virginia Gray Miss Llda Edeletf Miss Marie Lindsey and Mrs Ella Barrett Mrs William Pruett Mrs Robinson Farmer Mr William Pruett Mr Thomas J Johnson Mr Lee Peterson Mr Simon Bolivar Buckner Mr Charles Clayton and Mr Carl Qufntell MR C W HAYS DINNER Mr C W Hay entertained the Taylor party Friday evening with ft beautiful sevencourse dinner at the Capital Hotel The table resplendent In silver and china was decorated with a profusion of red carnations and light was furnished by red tapers in tall candela bras The place cards were embla matte of the Father of our country and done by a local artist This dinner marked the ending of a long series of handsome affairs given for Messrs Johnson Buckner and Peterson the guests of Miss Tay lorat Thlstleton r MRS PRUETTS CARD PARTY After the dinner at Mrs John Rod mans those wined and dined cadets fresh from honors at Annapolis word given a charming bridge game at Mr and Mrs William Priietts The house decorations were yellow roses and yellow tulips and smilax At the conclusion of the game a most appetizing luncheon was served to about twentysix guests f LEAP YEAR DANCE Misses Rose Salender and Bush Showalter entertained with u delight ful leap year dance Tuesday evening at Y M I halt In the Capital Trust Building in honor of Miss Rena Lee of New Albany and Miss Carrie Ben ninger of CovIngton Among those dancing were Miss R ena Lee and Mr Raymond Kendall Miss Carrie Benninger and Mr Guy Howard Miss Rose SalendeP and Mr Leslie Jones Miss Elizabeth Lutke meter and Mr William Merrick Miss Eva Luitkemeler and Mr Culbert Mer rick Miss Katie Schroff and Mr Wm Loggie Miss Josephine Schroff and Mr John Weldmian Miss Mary Schrofl and Mr John Drennon Miss Anna R Laughlin and Mr Owen Canty Miss Bessie Goodwin and Mr Porter Reed Miss Lillian Peffer and Mr Edw Cooke Miss Margaret OConnor and Mr George Mattern Miss Bush Show alter and Mr Forest Miss Emma Funs and Mr J F Dolan Mr and Mrs John R Sower and Mr and Mrs Wm A LutkemQler MISS TAYLORS GOOSE PARTY The first of a series of dinners luncheons and parties was the Goose Party given by Mr Edmund Taylor and Miss Mary Belle Taylor Tuesday Ovening at Thlstletou This delight ful affair was la honor ot the three cadets who are the guests of the Tay lors Mr Thomas J Johnson Mr Lee Peterson and Mr Simon Bolivar Buckner Jr oaSted goose was the piece de resistance on a beautifully appointed tabl4 of course and the tfe lf- i mann nd lacy l irthd s were Miss Rodman for Miss Maria Trabue antes Sanderson Messrs JphnsM Peterson Buckner Mr and Mrs lwrence Cloud and Mr and Mrs John W Rodman t + FOR MISS TAYLOR AND HER GUESTS- Complimentary to MissMary Bells Taylor and her guests Messrs Thos J Johnson Simon B Buckner JrI SafIfellhome on Third street with an elegant course dinner The reception han parlors and ain ng room were quite attractive in decorations of patriotiq colors which scheme was carried out to a large extent in the menu Among the guests present besides the host ess were Misses Mary Belle Taylor Gladys Rodman Virginia Gray and Mary Belle Edwards of Versailles Messrs Thos J Johnson S B Buck ner Jr Lee Peterson Geo Wash Mr and Mrs Jas M Saffell and Mr and Mrs Kenner Taylor 0 LARGE BRIDGE CLUB The Large Bridge Club met Wednesday afternoon at the residence of Mrs Ollie T Poyntz on Wapping street where they were delightfully entertained by Mrs A F Respass Following the game a delicious lun cheon was served Mrs J Gray Mc Lean and Mrs J C W Beckham were the guests of honor Mrs C P Chenault wan the club pin and the substitutes were Miss Marie Lind sey of Louisville Miss Anna Sinclair of Covington Miss Anna Nourse Mrs H G Tandy Miss Amelia Welt zel Miss Anna Abbett and Miss Ruby Macklin EUCHRE PARTY Mrs Wm C Newman and Mrs Geo B Salender Jr delightfully enter tamed the Married Ladies Euchre Club Tuesday afternoon from three until five oclock at the home of Mrs Newman on Campbell street The house was quite attractive In decorations of American flags After the game a delicious luncheon was served the members Mrs C R Col lins won the first prize a set of cut glass table glasses The second prIze- a hand painted dish was awarded Mrs Thos B Newman and the lone hand prize a handsome bon bon dish was won by Mr Ben Marshall MISS RODMAN ENTERTAINS One of the prettiest functions of the week was the tea given Wednes day afternoon by Miss Gladys Rod man in honor of Miss Mary Belle Taylors guests Messrs Bucknor Johnson and Peterson who recently graduated with high honors from the West Point Military Academy The house was very attractively decorated in white and pink carnations and smi lax Misses Taylor and Rodman were gowned in white embroidered mulls with trimmings of pink ribbons Some thirty guests called during the afternoon 0 BLACKBURNSSAIL Former Senator and Mrs J C S Blackburn of the Panama Canal Commission sail for Panama from New York Monday Commissioner Blackburn has been in Washington since Congress convened appearing before the Senate and House commit tees and has proved the most valua ble witness in furnishing information concerning the canal work 0 SUSAN SCOTT BRIGGS Mf and Mrs Guy H Briggs have named their little daughter who was born on St Valentines Day at the home of Mr Joseph M Scott at Lex- Ington Susan Scott Briggs In honor of her aunt and her great aunt Miss Continued on Page Four i jrtsrRived Another Lot of the Fam- ousMcGREW ifilNGLES i MMONMCO n GtlY1JrrettIit 1Joo1tellerUif e Main Si7I16e r 1 1i ti Juuumummu lImwlIltm 1r THE BEST BBEflD 6 fl IS MADE FROM PRIDE OF MADISO- NFLOU M r ASK YOUR GROCER For Hay Straw t Salt Seeds Potatoes aiifl Produ e CanOn HEISE SONSST CLAIR STR fT Both Phones 47m d Buy Real Estate Either farm 1a city property are always good investments if reasonable care is taken in making a selection Just at this inie we have a large list for sale and are prepare4to offer some special bargains If you want either to buy or sell come and see us L B marshall Go Real Estataana LoaD flQBnts J TISIAYRE kt WRITES ENTERTAININGLY z- ti t CONCERNING MOVEMENTS OF KENTUCKIANS AT THE NA- TIONALf CAPITAL Mrs Daisy Fitzhugh Ayres writing ofkom Washington D C has the fol lowing interests ores concerning V the movenieats oMrentuckians at th National Capital Mr and Mrs C K Berryman have V iiwed invitations for a dlniler tn honor of exSenator nnd Black v burn at their home on IB street tor February 18 Mr and Mrs Richard Reid Rogers IT Obtained at dinner In honor of Sen r utor and Mrs Blackburn L Mrs Eugenia Dunlap Potts one 3d tb 8 well known1 literary women of Kentucky and her sister Mrs GeOrge ttenny wife of Judge Denny both of i Lexington are spending a few day r in Washington with Lieut van Dewy r tit the Marine Hospital The ladles jfV Save been participating In the cocla I vf pleasures of the capital pi Capt and Mrs Sam M Gaines are entertaining at their home at Brook pw laud Mr and Mrs W E Coleman of y Chicago Mrs Colemin was a well By known Blue Grass beauty Miss Annii Crenshaw of Versailles daughter of HV Mrs Gillie Crenshaw principal o Rose Hill Seminary li Gov Willson who with his wile ilhag been the guest of Justice Harla t and Mrs Harlan has been one of the much feted visitors of the week Mrs Wlllsons mourning precludes social i participation on her part She wUl ii spend the next few weeks in South Carolina Gov Willspn with Justice pJCftnd Mrs Harlan was dinner guest of the Attorney General and Mrs Bona parts und at a number ot other not IV ble homes The Governor was greete x RooseveltCt I Another Kentuckian when receive e rousing presidential welcome at the White House this week was the fa t imous athlete and crack shot Capt Jackson Morris Assistant Secretor of State enroute to Newark to wed I Miss Mona Christian The President AjiS invited the well known young Ken Srtucklan to bring his bride to call Morris best man was his old Wash Ington cbum Mr Albert L Clothier I rt Somerset KY who accompanied the K rddegroom to New Jersey Capt fand Mrs Morris are now at Old Pola Comfort A brace of very attractive young j women who are spending a few days attho New Wizard are Mrs John G i South of Frankfort wife of Dr South formerly Miss Christine Brady ley daughter ofl the Hon Wm O Bradley and her friend Miss Roberta Cox daughter of the Hon W H Cox Lieutenant Governor of the State rfl Mrs South is here to atted the re i un on of all the young women spon V ors of the United States battleships 1h she enjoying the distinction of being r4he godmother of the noble crufi Kentucky which she christened vr Jermalden days A permanent organ sponsortto tbe entertainments havelbeenaFranged In honor of Mrs Sou hand Miss Cox Senator McCrairy the Hon John t W Yerkes Mr C K Berryman were the Kentuckians present at a banquet given at the New WHard In honor of the Gridiron Club by Representative v Lowden of Illinois Senator Mc t Dreary was of the distinguished corn patty Entertained at dinner by Ambassador and Mrs Bryce at the Brit- Ish Embassy assistedsNormandle Hotel Mrs Tlllmian among the number hold a most cordial re caption on Thursday afternoon to iW jlch society thronged Miss Tillman and oth senatorial young ladles as f elated at the tea table and the punch bowl ir Senator Paynter was a felicitous k factor ofl the occasion with his hearty greetings and wholesouled hospitality Mrs Pajiiter wore a beautiful gown 1iof royal blue satin with touches of t gold embroidery and white lace Among the Kentucky guests were Col and Mrs Goodloe the Hon and Mrj AReldi Rogers Mr and Mrs George F It Willis Mr James Harvey Dannan Ours Ben Johnson the Misses John soar Mrs Edwin L Price Miss Mar gairet Price and many others Mrs Ben Johnson held her first at home of the season at her residence pn the Cochran Hotel on Tuesday af ernoon The parlors were filled with a smart company for hours Mrs Johnson bright and gracious received her guests In a costume of white lace Assisting In the refreshment room were her two attractive young daugh frs Miss Robe ca Johnson In bldo chiffon and lace and MM Nancy Jpsda in pink organdie Miss Elise Dsc ridge a p1cturtJIintco fft l halt garland olroeuw at ot o M1yijIUfio EhBET- rRE withdSS Etc i al- l1f1 0T1 l 1 J1T U ELER zj i 18 GO IlI1j1f the buck of her hair Miss Rachel Settle of Frankfort In yellow men saline Kentucky was most fashion bly represented da the company A particularly handsome couple In the company were Mrs A J McCor mlck of Baltimore and his bride of two months originally Miss Mary GI- lbert of Shelbyvllle Mrs McCormick tall and brunette was be comingy attired In a French costume of white laadi black chiffon made Era plre and decorated with handpalnte pink roses She and her husband were Iflreijue tly entertained durim their brief sojourn lii Washlngton Mrs E K Fox of Georgetown gave a dinner In their honor More than one favorable comment was made among the masses or Whit House guests as they surged la the great corridor upon the stalwart trio of fine looking men that towered above most of the multitude with their splendid physiques grouped tween two whlto columns the red coated Marine Band massed at their backs These gentlemen were Kei iucklans every exuberant Inch o them and they thoroughly looked tbe part They were the Hon Ben John son of Bardstown the Hbn Harve Helm of Stanford and the Hon 0111 James of Marlon a notable bunch Kentucky turned out en masse to hear Senator Bob Taylors charming lecture at Chases Theatre for tho benefit pt the fund for the Confederate Monument to be erected at Arlington Among the prominent men on the stage with the spaake were Senator Paynter and Gen John C Black chairman of the Civil Set vice Commission who lived during his o hood In Woodford county where his fatherWas a Presbyterian divine Mrs La Follette I a be costume of black velvet with great black hat with sweeplpg plumes was the guest of Mrs Bob Taylor In her private box Members of other the ater parties were Mrs Paynter Mrs Ben Johnson Mrs C C Calhoun Mrs Gqodloe Miss Nannie Barbee Mrs Canada Rodman Miss Susie Rodman Mrs Seth Shepherd formerly Miss Jarvis of Louisville Mrs Conrad Syme and many others Among the Kentuckians observed at the latest White House reception were Mrs Harvey La Follette of Lafollette Tenn formerly Miss Kath erine Warner a beautiful Lexington girl who married a notable capitalist in her early teens Mrs La Follette of tall lanid commanding physique was regal looking in an empire gown of heavy white brocaded satin with diamonds She Vas greeted especially cordially by the Vice President who s an old chum of her husband and herself Among many entertainments given in honor of Mrs La Follette was a dinner on the part of Senator and Mrs La Follette of Wisconsin cinspeople of her husband and a box party to see Mrs Fiske In Rosmers LOlm Other guests of the President from he Blue Grass State were Mrs Ben ohnson of Bardstown In black velvet and point lace with exquisite neck ace of pearls her two pretty daugh era Miss Rebecca Johnson In pink pompadour sUkand Miss Nancy Fohnson in rosecolorei messallne Mrs Ollie limes wore white chiffon with garniture of gold Mrs J C S Jlackburn p Blue Room guest with- erh husband Wore white lace and earls Miss Katie Campbell of Jessa line pink chiffon Miss Appolene Virginia Wright granddaughter of the late Gen D Howard Smith of Frank rt white chiffon Miss Alice arey of Henderson blue messa IIno Miss Ellen Kirk of Maysvllle blue crepe de chine Mrs Edwin L Price of Lexington black lace and diamonds Miss Margaret Price pale Teen marquisette Mrs T A Wicker Iham formerly of Louisville Mr and- re George L Wily bf fihllbyville Mr and Mrs Charles Willis Mr and- re C K Berryman Miss Susie Rod aan and Mrs Canada Rodman of oulsville Miss Edna Galtsklll of iriBchwter Miss A gejine Chestnut j t11 t Xtf 4I L COURT OF APPEA Reverses Franklin Circuit Cou n Ai Important Insurance Casi The Court of Appeals Tuesday affirmed the Anderson Circuit Court In the case of the Southern Railway in Kentucky vs William Shumate ministrator of C W Lewis The appellees were awarded 500 damages dor death of appellant caused by alleged negligence of the company The court Judge Barker writing reversed the Franklin Circuit Cour and the State Fiscal Court in the con soldlated cases of the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company vs Common wealth the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company and the Northwestern Life Insurance Company vs Same The action was to asses omitted premiums which the company had failed to collect the amount beIng abated each year In other word where an ordinaary life policy on which a premium of 150 per year Is due and the Policyholder after pay ment of full premium the first year and Is allowed thereafter what the company calls a dividend of 50 and pays therefor 100 the company ca only be assessed an amount actually carried by it t THE COUNTRY EDITOR Charles M Huger has this to say of the country editor In tho course iof an1 Interesting article upon th country paper In the Atlantic Monthly After all no one man in the community has so large an opportunity to assist the town advancement as the editor It is not because he ii smarter than others not because he Is wealthybut because he is the pokesman to the outside world He Is eager to print all the news In his own paper Does he do ItHardly This would be a very newsy raper explained the frank country editor to his subscribers were It not ifor the fact that each of the four men who work on it has many friends By the time all the Items that might injure some of their friends are omit ted very little Is left So the country editor leaves out con tain good things and certain bail ings for the very simple reason that the persons most interested are close at hand and can find the individual responsible for the statements He becomes wise in his generation and advolds chastisements and libel suits He finds tint there is no lasting re gard in a sneer no satisfaction In ratifying the impulse to say things hat bring tears to the womens eyes nothing to gloat over In opening a wound in a mans heart If he does not learn this as he grows older he Is a poor country editor United States of America Eastern District ot Kentucky In the United States District Court in and for said District Referee District No5- In the matter of James A VIolett Bankrupt In Bankruptcy No 646 To the creditors of James A VIolett of Frankfort In the County of Frank in and district aforesaid a bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the 2th day of February A D 1908 the said James A VIolett was duly adju leafed bankrupt and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at my office In the city of Frankfort Ky on Saturday the 29th day of February A D 1908 ajt 10 oclock In the forenoon at which time the said editors may attend prove their aims appoint a trustee examine the dnkrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said meetlngID W LI EY Referee in Bankruptcy Feb 221 t frpi 4frV OF TilE F Mt RAILWAY ARRESTED AT CENTERVILL CHARGED WITH ASSAULT AND BATTERY Charged with assault and battery G R Burbury agent of the Frankfort Cincinnati Railroad at Centervllle In Bourbon county was placed undo five hundred dollars bond for his appearance in court The warrant was Issued at the ID stance of Mrs A P Shropshire of the same place who appeared In the of Acting County Attorney Wllllan Grannon at Paris apparently In grea stress and excitement Mrs Shrop shire is an attractive and prepossini woman and conducts a general ston at Centeryille The residence of Mt Burbury immidiately across the pike from the Shropshire store and for some time illfeeling has exlsto between the two families The warrant alleges that Mr Bui bury chased Mrs Shropshire into her place of business knocked her down choking her and beating her with his fist Mrs Shropshire received a blow pver the left eye entirely doping the member while her neck and throw was scratched In the struggle Mr Burgury claims that Mrs Shropshln threatened to kill him and snapped a pistol in his face which refused to g off His face was badly scratched Two years ago Mrs Shropshire was arrested on warnahts sworn out bj Mr BurbUry and J R Sullivan or Centerville charging her with hreat enlng their lives through letters ceived in the mails Mrs Shropshire was placed under ia peace bond of 2COO and the grand Jury hearing the case passed it to the next grand jury This was done from oao court to an other and the grand jury sitting at The November term of cour directed that If Mrs Shropshire was not alreadj under a paice bond that she imuie diately be required to give one Mrs ap1pear FORMAL ORDER From War Department Details Capt HugHes With Kentucky State Guard A formal order from the War De partment ordering Capt Hughes U S A retired now temporarily detailed as adjutant general on duty in con section with the Kentucky State Guard has been received by Gov kVillson Japt Hughes Is acting In the absence of Gen P P Johnston 3apt Hughes Is a military man In every sense of the word and his ong experience has especially fitted dm for the duties which he will leave to perform while acting as adjutant general as well as later In charge of the rifle practice of the State Guard In the latter capacity Capt Hughes wfllbeon the payroll of the national overnment and his duties will con slst In Inspecting the guard assisting In putting It on au uptodate military basis and seeing that the rifle practice fs properly kept up Capt and Mrs Hughes are now wing in this city A son Is a first leutenant in the regular army Infantry branch and will follow In tub footsteps of his father in making the CaptINOTICE II cure Inflammatory Rheumatism i15 days No Cure No Pay V SAM ROBimTSON rh The typewriter user always expects more and better service from the RemingtonTypewriter than from any other writing machine He has reason to a right to and we want him to Remington Typewriter Company New York and Everywhere 246 4th Avenue Louisville Ky EXCEEDINGLY LOW RATES 1 ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWEST va f t t THE IENDERSON ROUTE j FROM LOUISVILLE KY 1 HOMESEEKERSROUND Tickets on sale February 4th 18th and March 3d 17th Return Limit 25 days OKLAHOMA CITYu2900ALA- MOGORDO N W 3500 DALHART TEXAS 3250 FT WORTH TEXAS 3250 SAN ANTONIO TEXAS 3250 EL PASO TEXAS4150 COLONISTlOWE WAY v Tickets on sale Dally t i1March lit to April 30th fJjt- PORTLANDOREU70 SEATTLE WASu 4170 TACOMA WASH 417QfSPOKANE WASHrr 4170 SAN FRANCISCO CAL 4070rLOS ANGELES CAL 4070 CORRESPONDINGLY LOW RATES TO OTHER POINTS addressti P I PAUL ESCOTT Tray Pass Agent L J IRWIN Gen Pass Agent kLOUISVILLE KY 6 White Good Sale- WecANxtWe Will Place White Goods You Will Find Attractive 200 yds Persian Lawns 18c and 20c for 1233 c 200 yds 40rc 300 yds Nainsook Checks 16 for 10c Special Values In Imported Dimities Check Nainsook and Mulls12rac 15c 20c and 25c English Long ClothsSoft Nainsooks Cambrics Etc The most exclusive designs in Embroideries and Laces May we ask you to call and allow us the privilege of showing them Fe JHEENEY iMID1 It AT r I ii- w Chase nd G i l J R SO r Yi i 307309 Maln Street Both Phones 1 Por People il II KEEPING YOUR WORD succecdied in establishing a lucrative busl Ly ness one in which be deals with many 1lIersons amt often comes in contact t with them says that the strongest feature of his success that he can acclaim is that be made it a point to always keep his word When he be t gan business in a modest way he tdetermined to do that for he believed f that It was bettor than any minor strategy often employed by men in t1i dealing with their follows Often in rj the beginning it would have been much more profitable and easier to avetave resorted to subterfuge but he l was looking toward future ratner Jt than present results As time passed his reputation r keeping his word- j with customers grew and this very circumstance acted as a safeguard to integrity there was no danger that U1 id tricks of the trade would be substi tuted for candor On this basis his l tx business grew to large proportions r because he kept his word no matter at what cost A STRIKING AD tr Frequently churches use the display of the newspapers but sel jtCJolumnsthe space used in so striking as by the First Methodist Church In the Traverse City Mich Record One of the ads reads as tot ft lows This Is an advertisement intended to let the folks know that Old First Church Is still doing business at the t rxt Old stand We have no lire galeoz ir but we have had some fire and are xpecMng more Fire does not dam age the goods we handle It Increases burning off the stale J Ythelrvalue fy shopworn appearance Yan making them look like fresh from J fI the loom i Our special hour of business Is from 1i 7 to 8 oclock Sunday nights Doors jnen later tfor customers who have si iipt found what they want Special ivn li and attention given to sinners backsliders W i petrified saints t r t We received four people into mem bershlp last Sunday one by transfer sad three on probation t Remember the commodity time and e Oldtime Religion at Old M t 1E 7 oclock tomorrow night LA JOSEPH DUTTON Pastor k 0ISTHIS THE REASON An exchange publishes a letter from a farmer on the mall order house in which be admits that the home mer- Chants It sell for less and the customer of the mall order house generally gets IiJ soaked but he says the fault all lies with the homo merchants He f t j t Jf dekng Jrontable Publicity states most of the home merchants who advertise at all dont quote pric es They neglect to tell us prices on everything they offer for sale Of course we can go to the store and aqk the price of this article and that but you know how It Is one does not so well exactly know what one wants to buy wnen one gets in a store And here is where the mail order makes a hit They send us their advertise ment matter Into our homes and we read it when we have not anything else to do Many orders are made up and sent out at just such times The home merchants can save the expense of getting out of catalogues We pee ple read the home paper more careful ly than we do the catalougue and we read it every week CANT DO IT ALL The drummer is a necessity in the commercial world but he can not ac complish everything mainly because with all his push and enterprise he tan not go everywhere That expert a merchandising Printers Ink shows why very clearly in the following paragraph The successful man the man with money is nearly always a busy man too busy to grant a person al interview except on matters relat ing to his own business But into his private office and his home where the solicitor the salesman and the promotor can not penetrate the newspaper the trade journal and the mag azine find their way In other words good advertising media never sleep MARK TWAIN ON ADVERTISING Mark Twain says When I was editing the Virginia CIty Enterprise writing copy one day and mining the next a superstltous subscriber once wrote and said he had found a spider in his paper Was this good or bad luck I replied to him in our An swers to Correspondents column as allows Old Subscriber The finding of a eider in the copy of the Enterprise was neither good luck nor bad The spider was merely looking over our pages to find out what merchant was not advertising so that it could spin its web across his door and lead a free and undisturbed existence for ever after SIGN PAINTER PUNCTUATION The pastor of a leading Boston church announces the subject of his sermons oni a large bulletin board prepared by the sexton One Sunday recently the evening sermon WaS to be on Hell Passersby were a good deal startled to note that the lower part of the bulletinboard had on It these words in large and fiery red let ters HELL ALLSEATS FREE EVERYBODY WELCOME GOT RESULTS Stockfoni0ne day last week old than Gotrox bought a lot of those Do It now signs and hung em around the office Bond How did the staff take it StocksonAlmost unani mously The cashier skipped with 30000 the head bookkeeper eloped with the private secretary three clerks asked for an Increase in sal r and the office boy lit out to e a highwayman and got as fart as Pittsburg before he was ht and disarmed PRINTING Not slambang hitormiss goas ouplease printing but printing planned with its purpose constantly in nind printing that fits because nade to the measure of your particu lar business and its needs That one kind we to We write plan print and bind We do the whole thing or any part of it and nobody knows better than we do how such work should be done When a merchant or manufacturer declares that printing doesnt pay it would be Interesting to know what he means Frequently an analysis of his remark and what lies behind It shows that while content with a profit of say six per cent on ordinary nvestments he expects capital sunk in catalougues and other literature to bring much handsomer returns Print ing pays if the returns are as great as those from other sources in any line of business which is a selfevi dent proposition There is not a su perabundance ot reason to be mar shalled in support of he opposite contention there is however a deep rooted notion that printed matter is a failure if It does not prove a bonan za and the notion should be comoated by persistent argument Those who have experimented by advertising In the leading agricultural papers say that farmers are buying fine books pianos and a host of things that a decade or so ago were conceded to be byond them These advertisers also found that the popular magazines do not reach all the people with money tospend While covering the cities and towns the rural districts have not fallen under the spell of the magazine All of which should be and is good news for the brethren of the country press and we hope they will profit largely by the im proved standard oif living now obtain ing among their clientele to whose interests rural editors ever have been loyal and to whose advancement they have aided so p1aterlal1YI There is a certain locality up north where if a drop of water falls on one tilde of a given point it heads imme diately for the Gulf of Mexico and if it falls on the other side it lands in the Hudson Bay Now theres a pretty definite point like that in ad vertising Pass it on the side of Attractiveness and your catalougue or booklet Is pretty sure to reach Success Pass It on the other side the Ordinary sideand it is most apt to sink into Mediocrity What excuse have you for being in business The proper sort of answer to that question will give you a good basis for several strong advertise mentsGranted that you know all about your own goods does the other fel loWthe prosPective purchaser also know TJio publics memory Is remarkably short See that you are long on good advertisingrAttract attention Thats what type and ink are for But be sure you prop erly take care of that attention after youve captured it John R Hegeman president of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company was formally placed under arrest In New York on charges of forgery and perjury Later Justice Dowling din andfsustalned TLA GRIPPE WHAT THE MALADY REALLY IS AND SEVERAL SUGGESTIONS FOR ITS TREATMENT AND PRE VENTION True the grip or influenza has aI history reaching bock for centuries The first epidemic in the United States was in 1647 In the last 100 years four different waves of it has swept over the country The first in 1830 the second in 1836 another In 1847 and the last In the memory of us all in 1889 and 1890 The story of this last Is the story of them all It begun in May 1889 south of Siberia in Turkestan Traveling westward it reached Moscow by September Sa Petersburg by Oc tober Burlln by November London by December and January found it raging In New York and scattering throughout this country It Is said to have flashed from New York to San Francisco in three days In Its attacks two out of five peo pie were affected young and old weak and strong Fortunately the mortality has been low varying from 1 In 200 to lln 1000 cases It is an infectious disease which is caused by germs shaped like dumb bells first described by the German scientist Pfeiffer True la grippe may seize a victim In summer as well as in winter- Since this last wave of universal la grippe there have been epidemics in many cities There have been localities in which it seemed to be ever present there have been scattered cases constantly here and there throughout the country The best authorities now agree that the bacon lusa of Pfeiffer is so generally distrib uted that la grippe is an everpresent allprevailing possibility- On the other hand there are thou sands of cases of socalled grip eupsdo influenza These are not caused by the original germ but are due to ordinary air germs draughts exposure and Inclement weather The large majority of cases at this season of the year are of this nature It does not occur during the warm symptoms of the true and the counterfeit are practically the same the treatment the aime the danger the same The pne great difference is that the average man could dodge the false grip but if the real thing gets after him his degree of health and vigor does not seem to help him a bit In one case they are cold In the head bronchitis and cough fever and more or less prostration in another inflamatlon of the stomach and bowels with vomiting colicky pains diarrhea and fever Yet another case may begin with intense headache pains In the back limbs and all joints with complete loss of strength These latter cases are the ones fol lowed by mental symptoms of the blues melancholia and rarely sanity The treatment outside ot the first measures and home nursing should be in the hands of a physician Dont trust to whisky and quinine and the lauded sure cures The alcohol and stimulants cheer the sufferer for a short time only Any benefit derived Is only from the perspiration which may result This perspiration may be produced without introducing further poisons into the already poisoned system Take warm bath drink something hot preferably lemonade or diluted fruit Juice and get Into a warm bed Have a doctor in but dont invite the neighbors The grip is contageous and too serious a disease to be sought for Dldge It if you can and if you have it dont hannh it to your friends The principal danger is that many oases are neglected The man who Is going to wear it out may pay for his folly years later The intense poisons affect the heart kidneys and nerves Rest and quiet with a simple diet of soup toast rice and fruit give these organs a chance to fight the battle Cad lessness may Impose the last straw upon an already weakened heart and organic heart disease re suits Dont exert yourself until the fever has subsided and the tempera ture been normal at least two days If you would dodge the common or false grip which Is so popular just foodIor upon ng the middle of the forenoon and after noon and upon retiring Beware of draughts and wet feet Do not expose yourself unnecessari ly by visiting with those already af flicted Take enough physical exercise each day to perspire and your chances of dodging are good Dont worry Cheer up Keep up your general vitality and the ordi nary germ cannot touch you Chicago Journal ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frank fort Ky postofflce for the week ending February 22 Allen Adam Bale Winnie Bogle Miss Elizabeth Cary E H Cook Miss Annie Creekmore W BJDaily Mrs Leila Davis Henry Denny Eva Francis Mrs Will Garrett Wm Gaskins Charlie 1HalUsHalkny T DIHelton Wm Hix Robt Hughes Miss Mary Jacobs John King Geo Special Lytles Miss Mary McCamety Emmer Murry Geo A Payne Chas- Ragsdale Master Dudley Roberts Ben- Rouyoarks Sam Salvaton Sclfo Stuart Sam Tailor Mrs Mattie Taylor Mr Thomas John Thomas Geo Thurman Cora I Tingle Jail Turner John D Turnei Everett jl Vaughan Mrs W C Vavrlna Anton Whitten Miss Pernecle Will tt Wm Wilson Miss Winnie Wood Mrs Phebe Persons calling for any of these let torn wUlpease say advertised G 1 BARNES Postmaster ENTUCKY TftACTIOiv COMPANY edule effective on and attitiDecember 3 1907 Cars will leave Lexington for Veti allies and Frankfort every hour from IncluelveI Ven In for Franks fort every hour from 645 a muntil 645 p m Inclusive Cars will leave Frankfort for Ver sallies and Lexington at 600 a myJnd every hour from 730 a m until 730 p m Inclusive Cars will leave Versailles for Lax Ington every hour Jfjgp 615 a m un tll 815 p m InciftVe and at 1013 pm Runlng time Lexington to Versall FrankfortM J B CRAWFORD General Manager Fran1ollGinGinDafifigThe t Local Time Table IN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 DAILY BXUKfi A M P SUNDAY No81 atll IUIA AII Lv D Summit Frankfort Ar 11j 715 Elkhorn 101 Switzer 6 M8 tam ping Ground a 421 Duvall a II Johnson Georgetown 102 822 I 8 Depot 554605New to en 733 CenterviUe a811 55y820 737 Elizabeth 9 87AConnects rc at Georgetown Union Depot with Q Connects Central at Praia Union Depot with Kentucky DNspot with L A BETWEEN INOINNATtVa P KIA 111 Frankfort Ar IAKIPIIIAr Georgetown Lv BETWEEN FRANKFORT A CINCINNATI Vii PARIS AM P M P x620 00 Lv Frankfort Ar 71 715 261 LvGeorgetown Ar I rr766 340 Ar 544 510 Ar Cincinnati Lv a K KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS wr aJA L Frankfort Alll1 a6A7 t1is a Gh Proa KAYGen1 A Louisville fltlantio Hailwau EAST 3SUNDAYTrains leave Versailles for Beatty fille and intermediate points tat 738 a m and 1320 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains from Beattyvllle and inter mediate points arrive at VersallU ell I015 a in and 535 m ON SATURDAYS ONLY TwOk leaves Versailles for Richmond uk Intermediate points at 710 p m ON SUNDAYS ONLYTrala leaves Richmond for Versailles intermediate points at 355 p m The L A and the Traction UM affords excellent service betwuMt Frankfort and Nlcholasvffle Kitjfc mond Irvine Beattyvdlle land interaai pointsgTorft R SMITH GP A Versailles Ky bk Chesapeake Ohio fly auJeetLimited for Louisville Nashville Isphis West and Sasthweat 940 A M DairyLimited Fer Washington Baltimore PhiUwJa- lplita OWPoint1015 A M aid 745 P M BaU j 123lyr r CHANGE OF STREET CAR SCHEDULE j L ICars leave Capital Hotel For Park Line 615 a m and every 45 minutes mill 10 p m For Cemetery Line 645 a m and every 45 minutes until 945 p m For Leestown Line 630 a m and every 45 minutes rntil 1015 p mITHE CENTRAL KY TRAC CO 1 It fj t or 1JINTE I S NT1 ii F f THE RK M fortKy yt t iD er s 11 fe started Vedriesday Februarydnir5htt thePtours PeoP lewho steadily re ver tale started of people in quest o the many BARGAINS ADV t EVERY ONI CARING LEIwhere all the ashave been Marked plain i which makes trading easy rind proves thesGenuineness of this SaleThis stoe lofiI We want to open 1 Jew Fresh Stock lr = u iiii iibanners Institute Continued from page one tic xh iBllvely He was Interrupted lirQuentlywltnquestfp ns ahowi n the intense interest ofA tte delegates i vlh tesubject jV Down to Businos- srt A Wednesdayssesslpn the farmers i Were not troubled by the politicians ip Who had secured All tbey desired out of the institute andthe former g I Town to business A tI As was predicted Ipthis paper the llntitute indorsed the Croan Sheep B Law A resolution was offered by e KP Representative Ed Groan calling on i the Legislature to allow the law to pk remain on the statute books of the State The resolution was adopted slif by an almost unanimous vote Latin the day at a meeting of the Slice Growers Association a committ was appointed to go berorethe Sena Agricultural Committee and urgej that the bill to repeal the dog A back to th jj SenateIIP Agriculture were elected neither hav gf Ing opposition Mr Caldwell Norton was elected from the Fourth Appelj ff late District to succeed himself and Mr Wm Addams of the Sixth A pellate District also succeeded him self on the board As a result of the political fight on f Tuesday the Institute was behind AAwith the program and an effort was made to rush matters along iY The session Wednesday morning J rwas opened with prayer by Rev J S lftSlraB of the Methodist Church afterI iwhlch The Old Oken Bucket was l recited by Mr F M Barton of Pe- njdletoncounty All the delegates Joined in singing My Old Kentucky S 4Home r Mr B H Rule of the Unite- Statesi Department of Agriculture ad f dressed the Institute on ne subject Sjof dairying He showedthe Ken tuck tanners what had been accom l pUshed in other States fay lincreasing Ithe dairy herds and by paying close attention to the Improvement of the stock He showed how by the estab llshment of herds poor land can be y reclaimed and farms lmPfOvedj Mr A J Lovejoy ofRoscoe one of the best authorities on the breeding and care of fine hogs In th country gave an Interesting and in f fctructlve talk on Rafsing Hogs fo i- Profit He told the farmers tbatr they should raise the breed of hogs jitney liked best but that after thebselected their breed they should t jT give them the proper care He saidl that cleanliness was the first and p most important thing I to be con lidered in the raising of hogs Mr Lovejoy among other valuable points told the farmers that they would findI ft great advantage in the use of tanks ppior dipping the hogstr A subject that is of especial inter eat to the Kentucky farmers at present was ably presented by H B Hurler of DeKalb Ill one of the Wbest dairy experts in the country HH created some interest by recom mending that the farmers have their l cows tested for tuberculosis This iuggestlon was especially apropos as here has been a warm fight over this Question during the past few days iktrGurlers d that one trouble with was his lack of attention p to his herd He showed how one fioow could produce milk which cost lithemtre and attention s Paducah extended an Invitation to the Institute to hold the meeting StktriBext year it hob been custo ry to hold the Institute at tome Point than Frankfort every rlr other year As the result otan invitation to send a committee from the Institute to Winchester Penn to inspect the pgpose of m maltingItee composed of n P M Shy M C Rankin andS A Fowler was appointed to make the tripMrA BRecknagle of theNa tlonal Forest Service Washington n D C delivered an address on For sjestryM As a forest survey of State is now being IIi ade the thisi was especially interesting Mr Charles MarVin of Paynes pot talked on Beef Cattle er r Marvin is an authority on this usb secreIieMcCormack isr always Interesting eand he is one of the best authorities eon methods far the prevention of d sease in the United StatesIMr Willis Wing EWlng the noted lecturer and writer of agricultural and livestock subjects delivered ah able address on sheep He declared that Kentucky ekesPp raising States in the Nation One of the most Interesting fea tures of the afternoon session was an address on the work and objects of the State Development Associa tion by lion E J McDermott of Louisville He urged the farmers t give this movement their hearty co operation On the last day of the Institute the attendance was Wolf to large as on Tuesday and Wednesday many of the farmers desiring to visit the Leg- Islature while in session Only two adjournmentiAnimal Husbandman of the Kentucky Experiment Station had concluded big address on Feed stuffsIThe morning session was opened with prayer by Rev Wm Crowe Wfa A Robinson of Louisville was then introduced and spoke on Tax Reform Mr Robinson has given pastIfewat the last State Institute on the sameI subject 3The Committee on Legislation made Iirthe wise legislation which th neral Assembly has enacted in the ehalf The Commltta on Resolu made Its report which wa after some amendment resolution offered by Mr Dent o Allen county that in the future every county may have as many farmers clubs as it desires but that the club shall be the parent body an cast the vote of the county was tiec ted after a speech by Senator Newman who charged that this reso lotion was designed to give the con trot of the Louisville farmers organi zations to one of the factions there This was continuation of the 11gh on the part of the politicians to reJ tain control of the organization In Jefferson county The resolutions which were adopted as presented by the committee with the exception o section 9 are as follows Resolved That we express our apof redation of the General Assembly n giving careful consideration to all bills ofi Interest to the farmers an- vestock d men of the State 2d That we hereby comment theti administration of our retiring Comp missioner of Agriculture Hon Hubert Vreeland onto appreciate the active in terest shows by him Ja building up this great Institute Wck 3d That we deeply appreciate the ntC icIC work being done by the Kcwacicy Experiment Station at Lewigton and petit on the General Assembly t provide for two substations one i- Eastern and one In Western Ken lucky bothof which should be Under the supervision of our present sta tlonWe believe this is imperative oh account of the different conditions existing in this different sections of our State 4th That we believe the enforce ment of the Commercial Stock Fool Law passed by the last General As sembly will be of great value to the farmers ad livestock men of the State and we endorse the efforts o the Director of the Experiment Sta- tIon in making the manufacturers live up Jo the same We call upon farmers to aid all in their power in assisting said director in carrying out this law as well as the Pure Food and Commercial Fertilizer Laws 5th That we believe In the organ ization of farmers to secure better prices to improve their social life- to secure favorable legislation and for selfprotection and to this end endorse the American Society of Equity and the State Grange We believe every farmer should belong to one or both of these 6th We especially commend the last General Assembly in enacting the law permitting the farmers to pool their products and urge the members of the Dark Tobacco and the Burley Tobacco Association to stand to their pool until they obtain living prices for their tobacco We- o would remind these members that a precedent is being set and that IfI they can successfully pool these crops we can successfully pool other crops and thereby better the con dltion df every farmer in Kentucky 7th That wq appreciate and com mend the courteous and impartial manner in which Senator H M Fro man has presided over these meeti fags and we hereby heartily com mend and express our appreciation of his eloquent address Inopening these metlngs 8th That we extend to our retiring Secretary Mr Clarence Hale our ap predation of his labor in the previous Institutes 9th That only one vote shall be cast from each county in this State on any and all questions arising atl future meetings of the State Farmers Institute and the regular legal organ ized central or parent club shall be the official body to erect such da- leee to cast said vote bt any other- r or subsidiary clubs may be a part of said original or parent club 3lOth That we recommend to the appropriaAtion as may be necessary to enable the State Board of Health to utecJ tively administer the laws now upon protectiondthis Commonwealth W E BOURiLAND Chairman Dixon Kentucky J M JONES St John Kentucky T M SCOTT tGhent Kentucky G DENT Secretary BcotUville Ky Upon motion of Senator Newman a rulestthe government of the institute the farmers clubs The work of the State Agricultural and Mechanical College in connection with the Interests of the farmers ofa State was interestingly discussed Colliologe pure feed stuff bill telling how pit ferenf feeds are bral1dec1agave Irabout how to obtain the best results from this important product of the State He advised ample fertilizing plowing in whiter careful judging 0 the local soil conditions and to rope up the soil so as to let in moisture arid make It easy for the roots He said to work it as many times as possible For planting he advised the oiSe of planter checkrow or drill and said that more corn wQuld he gotten fby drilling as near the surface as pos sibly can be done Mortimer Wliitehead of New Bruns wick N J talked to the farmer on what he claimed were the advantages to them of the parcels post He said that the American people should hav tbesame privileges as thloso of ever other country in the world When he had finished a motion carried that the Commissioner Of Agriculture write letter to each Congressman urging him to vote for the parcels post In the afternoon Dr I W McGinnis of New Castle spoke on Soil Prepara tidn Cantrlll Speaks Kx Senator J Campbell Cantrill o Georgetown told the farmers tha they had at last become aroused and they had at least become aroused an were beginning to learn how to trol their marketing He that after the crops had been pro dated their every penny expended capital all gone their Intelligence should be used in securing a fair price for their products He urged them to organic and joint hands with th Society of Equity and cited them t the recent decisions of the Court of Appeals which gave them a legal right to organize for the pooling of their crops He declared that the farmers who declined to sell except for their own prices were pursuing their rIghts ExtJer1iment is necessiiry to have good seed and that by properly grading far better re suits cam be obtained He said a dif ference of 200 pounds had bees shown by the use of carefully graded seed He advised keeping the seed bed shal low as the crop gate large and the selection of plants that are of the best qualityA Wood til Benton spoke for a short time on Tobacco Fertility undo Was followed by Prof E S Good of the Experiment Station who cloSed the institute programme by a discussion of Feed Stuffs He dealt exhaustively with his subject using charts as illustrations of the value of feeds and gave the farmers Information which was much appreciated- HEADQQUARTERS Of Kentucky Distilleries and Ware house Co to be Located at Mellwood Distillery The Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company whose offices have been located In this city for the past ten years at a meeting of its board of directors held here in Jan ttsheadIfrom here until some time in AprJI1 as an addition they are now building the MeHwood Distillery in Louis which they will occupy as ffices will not be completed until time They will not have of ces In the central portion of the city was at first reported All of the clerks now with the company hwe will be takes to Louisville 4 fI SPONSORS MEETS WASHINGTON fMRS JOHN GSOUTH NAMED A S SECRETARY OF THE SO CITY The Society tsponsersforlhe United States Navy was formerly o ganlzedat Washinglksp D C a Thursday by the adoption of a con electiosn as name iiidicates is composed of women vvh have acted as sponsors for America- warships The following officers were Camprident Miss Annie Keith Frazler daughter of Senator Frazier of Tel- nessee Second Vice President MIs Minnie Conrad of Montna Secretary Mrs John G South df Frankfort Ky daughter of former Gov W O Brad ley rind Treasurer Miss Ida May Schieren of Minnesota The principal objects of the society are to engage in bdnevolent work and develoPment t was odFebruarydsponsors attend ed the Army and Navy reception at the White House SUDDEN SUMMONS Talkajiig With His Mother Suddenly and almost without ware the1b0rUaTY 1 rga heart disease Mr Penn had not been in the best of health for some time but was feeling so much bone r that he was making arrangements toa go to Florida for the rest of the win ter and after the evening meat was talking with bs mother about the trip when almost in the twinkling of an eye the dread message came and summoned f this true friend afI fectionate son and brother to eternal rest beyond the river Mr penn was a son of the late Robert T Pennan4 was one of Ute best known and most substantial citizens of that part of the county He was born and reared upon the the old home farm near where he died but had spent the best years of his life In Texas where he was engaged in railroading only returning to the old home a few years ago to devote his remaining days to lessening the burden of advancing years for his aged mother Ie was 62 years of age and had lover married George Penn was everybody s friendhe had no enemies for bis was a disposition which could not make themand his untimely death has shrouded the whole neighborhood in gloom A true gentleman and a fast friend It was a pleasure to look into his face and the hand of 1alasbeamed is touched with etternal1 sleep His seat Is vacant arttie fatnlly fireside and his friends are bowed under an exceeding wei tq woe The summons capiaB fee would have had itwhile he was conversing with her for whose ear the first word of lisping childhood t were uttered antt to him eame tile flint and last loon of tendenieM from those II l dear old eyes now dimmed with tears for the loss pt a sona true manot whom she waa Justly proud sari Surely the worlds better for George Penns having scattered the t sunshine iof his upright manly exist r len In it Gently rest tne sod above vandrsoft be his slumbers nUI the resurrection morn He Is survived by hiss mother now 82 years of age one sister Mrs Cal yln Haydon of this county and six r grotheIsJosiah Pennlofthis city y fL G and J L Penn of thisr Moinesrsr rpuI Iwarmest sympathy of It host of friends The funeral services will be conduct ed front bHrothersJesiden e where morningn v twtot oclock p me in our cemetery Arnett continued from j page one them The Senate also keeps on in troduclngn w bills and the total r number tnth houes Is nearly half a thousandwith more to come at each bill day Hdw the authors of these bills introduced at this latE lour expect to get them through 1I 4 a question but they do not stop to consider that Some of the bills are sent in by the constltutenls of the members t The dog tax law is exciting almost as much interest now as it did Jagt year when it was put through by Ed Croon No Jess than a dozen bills f i ftiiducedlag which has been held to hear the f- points for or against the dog law there have been hot times The Far st mere Institute went on record as favoring the taw and on Thursday Jilrers Association went before the Joint a QgrlculturaLcommlttees of the two r hQE s to present their claims inf favor of leaving the dog law alone ifThey are against the repeal of the law but did not have much of ft chance to talk as the meeting quickly Developed into a debating society and in a freeforall fight tThe hotel parlor was packed wltlx kmen and nearly all of them were tonesl1e or the other and all wanted 3 to fie heard There was oratory tisome display of temper The propcsl lion which meets with most favorable fconsideration among the members Is to offer an amendment to the pro sent Jaw providing that ove y house Jkeeper shall ape allowed to kelp one j dog free from tax and pay 50 cents on each dog above that one A sub ltcommittee has framed this bill and v t will offer It asa substitute for alt the dog law blllsf whisk have been inrttraduced The club women of the State are making a fight to have suffrage ia t school elections and on Thursday night a committee of tne club womenL met at the House committee on Suff 0 1 frage anq Elections in the parlor of the hotel and argued with them that t the women should have the to vote to select the school teachers Mr CbJtsr Weaver of Louisville muchIofi tlon Mr Charles M Brldgeford who has been confined to his home for several Weeks with a broken foot is muck i improved and will soon be able td lbje out again ago Howard R French Assistant iis Auditor who has bees confined to W bOq1e at m Sterling for UM V PMt two TWtete with a eevsre owfe of the JHpWM able to r turu Pere uei ifl yHd resume his pt1qtt J r