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Digital page images are linked to the text file. prFRA1 jr J i S t t Q 11 l iiLE6TURE ETTLES DOWN TDWORK Ij Several Important Measures 1 Were Passed Yesterday aLULL- IVAN EDUCATIONAL BILL kpcARRIESIN HOUSE AND CRE BrV CELIUS TOBACCO BILL IN SENATE vtj5AFTERNOONSESSION HELD The House yesterday morning p- assII ed the Sullivan educational bill which changes thewhole system of school trustees and establishes a high school In every county In the State There was some opposition to the bbl and the debate was long many speeches being made for and against It The jbIU provides that the county shall be Vthe governing unit In school matters and that a taxof not to exceed 20 cents shall be levied for school purposes in jplieach county A county board of edu which shall consist of not less jjV than four nor more than eight mem I bers with the county school superb Iptendent as a member exofflclo This i board is to be selected by the election of one school trustee In each school ll district and the trustees of these dis jtrlcts to compose a division board of to education in each educational division K of the county of which there shall be not less than four nor more than eight fe The teachers are to selected by the division boards and each trustee Is re quired to look after the needs of the jipchools in their districts The main feature of the bill aside from the al Pi Iteration In the methods of managing L Schools is that each county in the KvState shall have a high school The Mil now goes to the Senate and is jfiS practically certain to pass there both th nrats and Republicans favor King it In tho Senate today an important ftiocal option measure was passed This provides that no dlstlller shall resell intoxicating liquor in any local joptlon district except to a licensed wholesale of retail dealer Tills will Jdo away with the present plan of small pvdlstiilerled selling whisky In five gal lon lots to anybody who may apply f Senator McNutts bill creating the of- ficeijpf of Assistant jail physician in Louisville was passed by a unanl mous vote The county xinjt bill came again this morning in the Senate lf when the House bill which baa pass II ed was read and referredtoa core H mlttee On motion of Senator River fc the bill was referred to the Kentucky f Statutes Committee This does not I taffect the bill however as the Rules S Committee is in complete charge and V tie bill can be called up only on mot Ion of the Rules committee The Senate passed the Crecilius bill providing a penalty for selling or buy ing pooled tobacco after It had been fltmended so as to provide that the penalty should be Inflicted only whore layperson knowingly buys such pooled tobacco Other bills were passed and tteSenate disposed of a great deal pt business r Much business of importance was r Lr transacted by the House and Senate I yesterday and the two bodies are now getting down to work with the pros pprpect that all the bills which need at Jon will be disposed of before theI session adjourns There remains of the session only nine days but in that time a great deal of business can be transacted and the session will endI estif pecially for the cause of education v FATAL ACCIDENT MTp Anderson County Farmer Whose iPlstol Is Accidentally DischargedI fi 7J Mr Ishmael Proctor one of the best known young farmers of the western part of Anderson county was acclden tally shot at his home near Glen boro and died at an early hour yesterday t morning He had been tp his barn shooting rats and while returning to the house die pistol was accidentally discharged The bullet entered his right eye and lingered pal a few hours He il survived bihit wjlftr i Wants T JatrsentDel o crltt ty f rJFormer lIyht1Yior oP Eminent iV Inesday to bonthorlzed hi eon conflue didate for de hl th a sorE Congressional e ted Democratic Con t tfuvr CoL next JulY CiEJOHPlta says h Is assured of undivided support JnhIS end of the district and is anxious to be one of the two to be sent from th Ashland district to make the trip the Western metropolis and nom 1m the peerless Nebraskan for the pre dency Col Thorne says he has hr his ears to the ground and can hea the rumbling of discontent made by the people and that the sign Is right for Bryan the peoples cham pion to sweep the country Accord Ing to Col Thome the Republicans will be hunting cyclone cellars when the next election rolls around no matter who they may nominate SENATOR BRADLEY Entertained Tuesday Evening By Members Of The Legislature At Capital Hotel One of the gayest and most enjoy able social events of the General As sembly session was the dance and re ception given at the Capital Hotel Tuesday evening by the members o the Legislature in honor of Senator elect W O Bradley and his daughter Mrs John G South The grand march was led by Gov Bradley and Mrs W H Cox wife of the Lieuten ant Governor Among the informal features were banjo playing by Representative Henry Denham of the MetcalfeMon roe district who also called the figu res for the quadrilles Representa tive Windy Bill Thompson of Spen cer county showed himself quite handy with his feet and danced a genuine oldfashioned breakdown for the edification of the large assem blage The affair was made a society event and many handsome costumes were in evidence A number of guests were present from Louisville and jexington and many other points in Central Kentucky DEMOCRATIC NATIUfIh COMMITTEEMAN SAYS SENTIMENT IN KENTUCKY IS UNIVERSAL FOR BRYAN AND PREDICTS HIS NOMI NATION Democratic Nat Committeeman Urey Woodson was In the city on business matters durIng the week Mr Wood son is keeping busy as secretary of the subcommittee which is making arrangements for the national conven tion at Denver which he believes will prove to be one of the biggest Demo cratic love feasts this Country has ever seen Kentucky is certain to cast a solid vote for Bryan for the nomination- he said in the lobby of the Capital Hotel All this talk of some of the Eleventhdistrict leaders being against him and favoring Judson Harmon has panned out to be idle gossip I have InveSUiated conditions in every part of the State and find the sentiment almost universal for the nomination of the Nebraskan I further believe that all signs point moet auspiciously toward his election Roosevelt is handing it to him thats all there is to it The Republicans were never split so badly in their history there is the big stick constantly over their heads the panic factories idle all over the land men out of tmployment and wages being reduced The Republicans have lost fulldinnerpail campaign Slogan and tho only hope for the return of the country to sane conditions is the election of Mr Bryan RAISE HEMP There Is as much or more profit in hemp at 7 per hundred which Is being paid now as there is in tobac co at the prices that are asked by the peelers The same ground will grow either and heres an argu dept for more hemp and less tobac t is yearS a t JTTEFIS rr IT1 iy unit extention bill ex ten H K provisions of the county unit Bevery county In the State was B for good and all as far as tWpresent session of the Legislature is concerned on Thursday when the Seriate adopted a rule requiring a twothirds vote to call any bill from the hands of the rules committee The rule was adopted as a result of an andRepublicans better to havq one committee In com genefpassage pet measures by all the members of the Senate The rules committee is opposed to the passage of the county unit bill and will not report it The advocates of the measure can not muster the necessary twothirds vote to call the bill from the committee so it will die a natural death and the verdict will be Choked to death on bill had a stormy time any how It hung up in the House for some weeks and not only was not considered but it effectually prevented anything else from being considered Between the county unit bill and the contest cases which the Republicans were howling to have reported and then the Senatorial race there was not much chance for anything These three things tied up the House so tight that nothing was done For four weeks not a committee had a chance to make a report and the chairmen of the various committees carried bills around in their pockets until the paper was hvorn and frayed and when the committees did get a chance to report on Thursday last the bills were almost worn out The county unit bill trans ferred Itself from the House to the Senate and the same sort of business was repeated There seemed to be something abqut the county unit bill which filled everybody with a desireII to adjourn Just as soon as mentioned In the Senate however things were not tied up so badly as in the House for there were more members against the bill and it had less chance of pass ing The Senate finally took the bull by the horns and put the bill on the shelf so that it is out of the way and will not block up legislation as it has done in the House The bill came within an ace of getting up on Wednesday and might have passed but for a change in one vote Senator Rives who has been fighting for the bill made his usual motion that the rules be suspended and the bill taken from the committe and put on its passage Senator Charlton moved to lay this motion on the table The motion to table was lost by a tie vote of 17 to 17 the chair not voting but declaring the motion lost because it did not pro vail He then put the original motion to suspend the rules and Senator Conn Linn who had Voted against tabling the motion changed his vote and voted against taking the bill from the committee The motion was lost the vote being 18 to 16 The county unit opponents thought their time had come and were badly frightened but that night things were done and the bill was laid away without funeral services on the day following Next to the county unit bill the Mc Chord bill has aroused most interest and the fate of this bill under the new rule In the Senate is problematic It is said that the rules committee is against tho bill and that the supporters of it can not muster the necessary twothirds to get it out of thO hands of that committee but the supporters of the measure say that it will be passed and It then will be up to the Governor whether or not it shall ber come a law The McChord bill 1 111t fnut UK titalbills of small import to one particular lo cality Pssed and much routine work was Disposed of that the House can get down to business now and get something done before the session closes The Rules Committee of the House and Senate took hold on Friday and these two committees now have the say as to what shall be eon sidered These two committees are complete masters of the two bodies when it comes to saying what shall be considered and they will weed out the undesirable bills iMRS HOLTMAN Who Is Shy On Cash Asks Appellate Cotirt For Rule Against Clerk In Divorce Case IIn case of Louise Bullock Holtman J Holtman on appeal from a judgment of the Kenton Circuit Court the appellant Mrs Holtman filed her affidavit before the Court of Appeals to show cause why he shall not be compelled to make and deliver to ap pellant a transcript of the record for the prpose of her appeal The clerk had refused to make a copy of the record without payment of his fee Appellant says shehas no means to pay his fee qnd that she Is entitled to a hearing of her appeal and can not have it without the record The motion for the rule was submit ted This id an action for divorce by Mrs Holtman The court below decid ed against her and she has prayed an appealS tENTD- EliAN ON ASH WEDNESDAY FROM NOW UNTIL EASTER THE DEVOUT ARE EXPECTED TO IDENY THEMSELVES PLEAS ORES The fact of Lent which began on Ash Wednesday and ends on Easter Sunday is being observed in the Cath olic and Episcopal Churches of this city At the Church of the Good Shepherd the usual Ash Wednesday services were held Wednesday morning at eight oclock followed by a high massIt is the custom in the Catholic Church to sprinkle ashes on the fore heads of those who approachthe altar and to remind them that they will re turn to dust hence the term Ash Wednesday Regulations for Lent were read in the Church of the Good Shep herd Sunday Bishop C P Maes of this diocese lays down the same rules that obtained last year The use of meat is prohibited on Wednesdays and Fridays which are fast days On Wednesday and Friday night of each week services will be held at the Catholic Church During Lent mar riages are not allowed In the Catholic Church and the devout are expected to refrain from attending amuse mentsLenten services were held at the Episcopal church Wednesday morn Ing and also that evening and will continue throughout the season of Lent on the following days and hours Tuesday and Thursday at four oclockWednesday and Fridiflrat 730 oclock If you have a small amount of cream do not skim so closely and add some milk Put in a little starter and warm it before putting the cream can in warm water constantly string until the proper temperature la obtained when It will quickly ripen r RYtffflfiABH League May ifCUF oflse FAILURE TO TRICTING- L AND OTHER MEASURES ISTURBING THE GOVERI NOR ITO STOP NIGHT RIDING The killing of the county unit bill In the Senate and the failure to pass a redistricting bill or even to consider either has caused a renewal of the talk of an extra session and It was stated on reliable authority that Gov Willson will can an extra session to consider four subjects These four subjects are the county unit bill a redistricting hill bipartisan boards for the control of the State penal and charitable institutions and some measures to relieve the tobacco troubles which have caused the Governor so much anxiety It is said that the Governor has made up his mind finally that the State must have redlstrlct ing bill in accordance with the decis ion of the Court of Appeals which knocked out the last bill that was passed by the Legislature and also tlat something must be done to stop the raids by night riders The talk of an extra session is all that one hears now as the big things which occupied the attention of the public during the weeks which have passed have all been settled one way or the Wlllson Is known to be disap pointed in the Legislature and Is said to have expected the two bodies to pass a redistricting bill although it is hardly believed that he expected the passage of the bill which was drawn by the Republicans and which would have put the RepublicanS in control in the State In order to get a redis tricting bill it is said to be practically certain that he will call an extra session and that he will include in the call as a part of the business which is to be considered the county unit bill Gov Willson has not talked regarding his intentions on the subject of an extra session but his close friends say that It Is practically a certainty that he will issue the call The extra ses sion may not be held immediately following the presnt session but it may be several weeks before the call is is suedThe AntiSaloon League which is a power in Kentucky as well as other States is said to have already decided that In case this session ends without the passage jat the county unit bill petitions asking an extra session will be sent to the Governor from every precinct In the State and will make things so strong that he will be practically forced to call the extra session This plan Is said to have been fully decided on and will be put Into execution at once Franfort Is much interested in all this talk and many would like to see the Legislature come back for an extra session- A prominent Republican member of the Legislature said he Is confident Gov Wlllson expects to call an extra session Ho said that while the Gov ernor did not say it in so many words he asked questions the purport of which showed that he is at least con sidering the matter very carefully SfGOVERNMENT Pays For Site On Which New Federal Building Will Be Erected At Paris The transfer of the Anthony Thorn ton property corner of Eighth and Pleasant streets which was recently purchased by the Government for a Federal building site was formally completed at Paris when special agent George M Davidson of the Treasury Department turned over to attorney John M Brennln trustee a check for the purchase price 7250 Work on tho building will probably be begun in tho summer No 21It GRAND JURY Indicts Indian Refining Company andaKentucky Traction Company At Versailles The grand jury of the Woodford Cir cult Court returned eindictments against the Indian Refining Company tr of Georgetown for transporting oil In i tank wagons and unlawfully sellingthe same at license The grand rlwithout the Central Kent on eights counts for failure to maink tabs signal boards on its line in Wood ford county at points where public highways are crossed by the railroad and for failing to safeguard its emplOY- es by blocking the frogs on its tracks a You will need to take extra pains r to have your milk clean and free from odors now But you can do it by tak ing care to wipe the udders oft clean and by bedding the cows and currying them every day Dont miss any of these things REUNION f TO DE HELD IN LOUISVILLE OF THE SURVIVORS OF KEN TUCKYS CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION r A special from Louisville last night says Within the next few days Attorney Frank P Straus will call a meeting of the members of the Constitutional Convention from Louisville for the purpose of arranging for a reunion of the surviving members of the conven tion held in 18901891 One hundred of the brainiest men in Kentucky form ed the convention which gave to the State its present Constitution Men who afterwards became famous in the State and nation helped from the Constitution under which the people now liveIOf the members from Jefferson county nine in number six of them survive Five of them live In Louis ville and are Col Bennett H Young Edward J McDermott rJ Funk Dr M K Allen and Morris Sachs Mr Straus represented Bullltt county where he lived and practiced his profession at the timetz Many of the members of the Consti tutional Convention were young men and later became prominent in public life From the Constitutional Convention William Lindsay went to theIUnited States Senate as the successor of John G Carlisle while among those who went to the lower house of Congress were D H Smith who represented Larue county George Gilbert of Shelby county Ajjp Jamef Muhlenburg county antfl bfrtSfrhr4 late William Goebel was a memos from Kenton county and later be came Governor of Kentucky T r Nunn and John D Carroll both of whom are members of the Court of Appeals represented Christian and t Henry counties respectively It was as a result of a chance meet ing in Louisville of Judge Nunn and Judge Carroll and Mr Straus that it was suggested that a reunion of the survivors of the convention be held Mr Straus Judge Nunn and Judge wt Carroll at once became enthusiastic Of the 100 members of the convention about sixty of them survive and it ia Jcertain that they would all be glad totgo to Louisville for the reunion tIWl GOV BECKHAM fJ TO RESUME LAW PRACTICE YJ ii idSaidWas Out Of Active Politics It Ai j Former Governor J C W Bechara twill according to a close personal friend resume the practice of law in a short time He is said to have told t AIactive politics and that he intends to shortly settle down and practice his profession While he did not say where he would lovate it 1s believed by many of his friends that he will make Frankfort his hoiformerly a law partner of Eli H Brown a member of the Prison Com mission there is some speculation as to whether this partnership will be resumed r4 is a r r BREGKINRIDG i Z URNS AT CENTRE COLLEGE 1 SEVERAL OF THE STUDENTS HAVE NARROW ESCAPES WILL BE REBUILT AT ON6E Just before noon Monday Breckin ridge Hall the largest building In connection with Centre College at Dan Mlle was iIvered on fire ThCfirst and third stories were used as living jwrooms by the students and severalnar row escapes were made A U David son a student from Marion and Geo Alley of Fulton w urrounded by flamesbut fortunate Id u long rope In their room which TITey fastened to N furniture and then lowered them t selves to the ground Their hands were blistered and the roof fell In r shortly after they landed belonging of ridge Hall were destroyed and the young men are being provided v homes in private families throughout Danville The hall will bo rebuilt once It was erected In 1881 and was j Darned In honor of Dr R J Breckin J ridge who at that time was a leader vttin the theological seminary which has t since been moved to Louisville i etit ITHREE WILLS ti rKJt Admitted to Probate In the County Court Monday The last will of Mrs Margaret Noonan was admitted to probate in the county court Monday morning 1After directing that all of her Just l2r debts and funeral expenses be paid she leaves one dollar In cash to each s of the following children Chas B Jno A Wm Jas G R Emmitt and Ben Noonan and Mrs Mary Wag goner To her daughter Ella Noonan I eho leaves her house on the south side of Main street during her life and at her death should Joseph P Noonan survive her he Iff to have a l life Interest In tlje house and at his y death it is to be equally divided among her surviving children To t ier son Joseph P Noonan she leaves the vacant lot on the east side of her borne on Main street to dispose of y as he may see fit Her personal prop erty of every description she gives to her daughter Ella Noonan Tie fk Cwlltwas written February 2 1905 and dt is witnessed by Jas Rand Wan Bf Thompson Mr j M Winters whose will W frh robatedMOnday leaves to his chil Idren Lafayette Winters Columbus r Winters Newton Winters and Mary J t Winters one dollar each and to his y wife Mahala Winters and his chil Viren Alfred T Winters Allie B Win I tters and Benjamin Winters he left i the remainder of his property to be Dually divided i The will of Warren Green colored r was also probated He left his rela j tives from 10 to 50 and to St Johns A M E Church 10 and the remain ter is estate to Martha D Wll G llama consideration of her kmdness to him i y FRANK ONEIL r r fiBrother of Rev Jno J ONell of This f CltyDlesat Hornerln Lexington Mr Frank ONeil a well known business man of Lexington who format e than 30 years has conducted a grocery store at the corner of Lime stone and Mechanic streets died at 2 oclock Wednesday afternoon from a complication of maladies at the home of his father Mr James ONeil on f North Limestone street Ho was 54 years of age and has been a lifelong resident of Lexington Mr ONell is survived by one t brotherthe Rev ONeill who is assistant rector of the Catholic church here and a sister Miss Susie ONeil of Lexington who vas at his bedside when the end came Mr ONeill was a man of quiet thoughtful demeanor a loyal friend and in every line of life won and held the respect and esteem of his fellow citizens who will regret his untimely taking off The funeral services wero held Thursday morning at nine oclock from St Pauls Church Rev ONell brother of the de ceased waS the celebrant of the sol emn requiem high mass Assisting him were Rev Father Risner deacon at the mass Rev Joa Flynne of Georgetown cubdeacon Rev Martin r p laney master of ceremonies who also preached at the funeral The burial was dat st Pauls Catholic cemetery J y IJ yNO1lt The Elders and Deacons he an joint meeting at the Southern Pres byterlfln Church and adopted r lions In reference to the dent Walter G Chapman wh tlons will be read at the vice Sunday March 8th Mr H S Wash has J Mr Louis H Finnell th on High street recently J The Coyle Press anal next few days open ul Tea and Coffee house 1 Mr Frank I pey a wo wsesYork where he goes uptodate line of Dry and Ladies readytowea the coming Spring and Mr J J Rr secure contract for steele cd in the cou tile Fan Bank In t completed contract an are now work fecoratln Interior of room r 1Mr H Z Churchill left Friday Jessamine county where he goes t spend a few weeks with friends after which he goes to his old home in Hardin county to reside The Bishops many friends in Franfort regret he Is not to make his future home here Mr Wm S Farmer returned Tuesday from New York where he spent two weeks white in the east Mr Farmer selected an elegant line of the latest styles of Ladles Taljred Suits Skirts and Waists which he will display at an early date County Clerk N B Smith Issued the following marriage licenses during the past week Moses Phillips 24 years of age and Addle Smith 17 years of age both of Grafensburg and Albert Hockensmith 29 years of age and Han nah Cohorn age 26 years of Bilinville Elmville v Mr Phil J Brogan of Louisville has purchased an interest In the plumbing shop of Mr Charles White head on Bridge street which for the past year has been conducted by MrI Julian Tilford as agent Mr Bogan who Is la practical Plumber comes highly recommended from his home in Louisville He assumed charge of the business on Mondayi morning and will conduct it under the firm name of The Franfort Plumbj fag Co- Mr Edw B Dumas leader of the Second Regiment Band revived a tele gram lust night from Louisville statI sing that his brother MY Frances Du mas had been badly crushed In someI machinery while at work In the foun dary of the Ahrens and Ott Manufa turing Co in that city Mr Dumas will leave this morning for Louisville to be with his brother who is at St Anthonys Hospital One of the first appointments of a Democrat to office which is expected to be made by Governor Wll son will probably be that of Senator Conn Linn of Galloway county as a member of the Board of Regents of the Western Kentucky State Normal School Mr H C Miller a member of the Board has resigned having left the State Col Mervin Parrent who for the past four years has been Assistant Adjutant General of Kentucky mid who recently went out of office will leave the latter part of April for New Orleans Louisiana where he has accepted a position with the Genera Supply and Construction Company wno were the contractors on Ken- tuckY a New Capital The company are engaged in building a large hotel in the Crescent ICty The local order of the Fraternal Order of Eagles will give a moving picture show at the Capital City Theat re on Wednesday evening March 11 at which they will display The Holy City Ben Hur and Daniel Boone The pictures of Ben Hur will be something entirely different from any ever shown In this section of the country as they were taken from the original play tat Manhattan Beach where Third Bat Battery of the New York National Guard acted as the soldiers An admission fee of twentyfive cents will be charged as this is for a worthy cause the S R 0 sign will no doubt have to be hung out early in the eveningMr b W Merchant entered a party of friends Wednesday evening at his home on Steele Street with a dutch luncheon and moker in compliment to Mr Luke Norman who left Thursday morning for Louis ylile where he has accepted a position as traveling salesman with the BradleyGilbert Company Among those who enjoyed Mr Merchants hos pitality were Messrs Lv 0 Norman Sow Howell Jr Ike A Kennedy Jack Drennon Edw Coke and Path Howard j J retary i Home In Ok Mr Ben Watt of M Green who has been making his ome in this city for the past eight years during part of which time he was the Corpor ation Clerk under Secretary of State Harry V McChesney left Tuesday evening for St Louis en route to Pawhuska Oklahoma where he will likely locate and resume the practice of law which he gave up temporarily when he entered the service of the State Mr Watt also has received several offers from prominent and wealthy politicians of Oklahoma age en in the newspaper business one of the offers coming from Gov Haskel who owns a paper at Guthrie Mr Watt spent several deys recently in various towns In the new State on a prospecting trip and while he has decided to locate permanently in that section he has not fully decided which proposition he will accept though he regards the one looking to the practice of law a partnership hav- Ing been offered him by one of theI most prominent lawyers of the Southwest as being the best a SEE THE DIFFERENCE IWe are selling the old reliable 40 white corn for the low price of cents per bushel and you can 170 me after it For the exceedingly low price of 3499 we will sell you an overcoat which cost us 1749 We deliver the coat A beautiful grade of white oats old time price 30 cents per buShel Going now at 7i cents per bushel For OUr money you can buy a fine suit of clothes cost us 729 will let you have choice at 1459 delivered any where in the State Hay timothy clover and some veeds sold many a ton ati8 Now de livered at 16 spot cash Rubber goods all sorts and kind cost us will cost you double what they are worth as they are mostly old stock and are badly damaged and were very cheap goods In the first place Here la what I wanted to say I will sell you a few bushels of extra select white seed corn Apply to J P HOSTETTER R F D No 2 Lawrenceburg Ky 7lt 1 ReliableGarden Seeds finthis season as we have for years Landreths GardenSeeds These goods have the repututation of insuringcrops anwerSupply You ir Ebner Co 312 MiInSt 1rioved a ding a Da i ice been to be sllgi r Mr John D Sallet Blue Grass Traction citris confined to his street with a severe attn matory rheumatism rr4 tfMrs Ben S Hughes wi b so seriously ill with pnc ills her home oh Fourth and Conway streets was yesterday said to be some Ahat improved rMrs Henry Gabber who has been critically ill of pneumonia fo the past month at her home on Holmes street is now convalescent which will be pleasant news for her many friends here rr Miss Marie Mastin who has been quite ill for the past two weeks at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs John C Mastin on Ann street was yesterday somewhat Improved 9 r P Mr A B Scott who nas been quite ill with the grip for the pat weel at his home on Third street was able to bo out yesterday for a short while while rrr Mr C Steele Reading who has been confined to his home on Todd street for the last few days threatened with pneumonia is reported ns being much improved and hopes to be at the com his place of business again ing week r Mr Bowman S Gaines who was confined to his home on Ann street with a very sore arm which resulted from being vaccinated is now able to be out again r rr 3pl John N Crutcher who has pneumonia at been so seriously his home on Kentucky avenue for the last three weeks still remains In a critical condition and on account of his extreme age It is not thought that he will recover f 6 Mr John Will Johnson who for the past week has been so seriously in at his home on Fourth street was at a late hour last night resting some what easier His family and friends are quite apprehensive as there seems to be slight hope for his recovery rrr Commissioner McD Ferguson was present at the meeting of the Railroad Commission Wednesday for the first time this year For nearly three months he was confined to his home poisoning which affected with blood one of his feet He Is able to get about by using care In walking rrr The condition of Mr Edw L Samuel whq has been so critically til at his street since tithome on St Clair return several weeks ago from North Carolina where be spent several weeks In the hope of regaining his health was last night said to be but slightly improved and his relatives and many friends In this city now fear the worst i Subscribers will receive this paper as usual on Saturday mornings and notwithstanding the Improvement that will be made the subscription price will remain the same one dollar a yearWe trust our patrons will mention the improvements that are the tact of being made to their neighbors and friends in order that they may take advantage of tta opportunity to secure one of the best weeklies in the State for a nominal sum- DAIRY WISDOM A little buttermilk saved from a previous churning is a good starter Dont waste the summers proflU slUtl winter care and feeding i 1 ItI I f fA n 1 l Mooncui Lyro1 i er e 4 i JZth Phonerrt 1r J Corner Main and Ann x 1rrc it lJne t i r Ii l FrankfortCo cZ t 1 T yt fft LII it t t J Hauling of H All K1 ndittJflJt If I Office L S N Freight Depot Gt Prices Reasonable Phones it r i 1 When Ready to Be Served 1 I Ii I1l CaWi1 Saffell tJ t IF Has Lverjtring Bestp hii and FreshestmStaple and Fancy Groceries i ji Turkeys Chickens tCIi Prompt Delivery Sole I Both Phones Famous Seal ShIPoystersIJ fi t ANN STRLLT ij x t THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FORt45 High Grade Vehiclesi lr Than ever before The have at last come to the conclusion that CHEAP vohiele is DEAR at an ywpri eOllr work is strictly hand madeand is sold under guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle that is firstclass and will give perfect satisfaction drop 1fi us a card and we will call to see you We know we cn suit you in both quality and prices All we ask is ta 1iopportunity to discuss the matter with you u Seller carriage rfo 1 r J t t J l t r VERSAllihBSJKY 1 t H4 K WAZI1 a M BjbL k tPr ident Silo ind Tress lJ 4 tat Srrr I REVENUE 1iNW4TS 7TII DISTRICT MORE ACTIVITY IN DISTILLING iNDuSTRY AND CIVIL SERVICE i UST CALLED ON FOR 1R1EF- PERIODS q I f The March assignment of atore 1r keepers and gaugers in the Seventh Internal Revenue District shows in creased activity In the distilling in i dustry although it is still far belowC the average for this season year Four deaths in the service within a few months ant the illness of several others have made neces iirsary a number appointments of L temporary men from the civil service eligible list mostly for brief periods Selection for these emergency a pointments ore made as a rule fro I4 the men on the list living nearest to the distilleries where extra peen a t needed as the terms of servlc are longreligible list is tne longest the district 11has ever had 42 names in all and the outloolc Is that but a small pro portion oT the eligibles will be needs at least for anything more than SCatt t tered periods 61 u few days now amQ then i1tlRCff ASSIGNMENTS No 150011 Co Lexington t Strauss day Amos Griffith adtlCion al and bottling W F Croghan gau smSNo2Kentucky River Distiller IFran1urt W S Lyne day J L H FinneD ad tional w H Sneed bottling P Clark and A V Combs gaugers r No BH F Pogue Dlstlrry Co Maysvllle J S Wallingford Frank Harting additional aD4 be ling PD Wells ganger No 4W A Gaines Co Frank fort S A Powell day I T West ndditiomil L A Slade additional C H Morgan additional W D Blan ling bottling John Stephanskl gau ger No 5 iJames E Pepper Co Le Ington John T Gunn day J Stevenson additional Z J Phelps additional A B Piper additional and bottling T Berryman ganger NoGFoyntz Bros Co snore meal room Oscar GrlgsT gaugerI98 X Greenhanm Midway J W Black day E E Price meal Teem R H Davenport additional B S Sinclair bottling W E Proctor night W T Crosthwalte T P Pa 11 Fish A G Leonard and J H rgaugers Ij No l Peacock Distillery Co Kls ertonj W W Cherry day C il Hough additional anti bottling D Berryman ganger No 11 U tJ Herbst Frankfort A W Nazor nay J J Barnett ad l tional and bottling F D Clark ga u t geTNo 14G G White Co Parts r L McConnell day N A Moore ad idUlonal J M Russell hotlllng T Iit c Berryman gauger r No 17Old McBrayer Distillery Co 1ltt Sterling J A Stephens day J J Kearns additional and bottling W gaugeri Co Ver rallies C It Talbott day George T Mquntjoy additional and bottling S p Plnkerton gauger l No 33George Baker iFrankf ore C H Wlcllffe day J D Shy add tlonal and bottling L F T teeadditional E B Dav1s meal room D E Reid night John StephanskI And Speed F Owen gaugers Irti No 37 John Cochran Co Frank fort B McBlroy dayW A Hamll ton additional and bpttllng R H Whittington meal room Warren M Van Hoose night H T Gaines gau ger No 46 James E Pepper Co fYarnallton E F Darnaby day T w E Oldham additional and bottling Tt H Shelby gauger VersaillesVtitNo 62ILabrot Graham Frank Ltijf fadditional L Baker day E Craig and bottling s D Pinker tftQn gauger 63E H Taylor Jr Sons Frankfort J R Dagley day A E Gottschalk additional L R Diggst rr additional J M Fraley bottling T ILj J Craig meal room R B Woodford A V Combs and H S Bellc gaugers No 72 Miller Anderson Means Rolla Fannln Storelteepergaugertl t Jo 77 Julius Kosler Co Paris iT P Hutchcraft day o T Throck tJdfUonalBerryman gaugerMNo 91J J M Saffolle Frankfort B F Fannin day GW McConnell additional H O Everett additional 4 p S 1ule ddtioaal Hen New t f rc J F V dl H a C h hi s 1LexingtonGeneral storekeeperganger R IaexingtenmTjexington Rectifying Houaes r PEre3t Co T H Shelby ganger Frankfort Rectifying House JJ Williams John Btephanksl gauge MARW GRAS Its Origin And Ttow It Is And ffftre BeeR elrbratedI There Is only room for smiles und jests in New Orleans when JUardi theBsiasm preparatlons being make several months before the climax comes allrall as tirodie thetcon ccarno and vale which means farewell to meat M2r Gras is derived from the biertdi is the word far ffttt Dating hack to the time uf Teles phorus Bishop of Rome In the juecond century the festive date was accord ingly devised The season of Lent forty days fasting had already been Instituted In Rome the inhabitants tivineyards like those which furnished inspiration to Omar Khayyam for iq immortal verses were well fined w1 rangYht Paris and year after year the Paris fans lad thnlr jcarnlval Masking he came the fashion and the city sway ed with roes and women in fancif costumes After the new world sprnst spiratlon froHi tthe gay Parisians early In the eighteenth cenutry lifer obseCand the day wound up with a ball grand Mil dtThe first real jtcocesslon made its appearance on the streets when the decoratTto the old French quarter At the end of the day aH made merry at a ball given at the Theater DOrlean s the favorite rendezrcws for the mask ors Comas made his bow In 1857 an an elaborate parade appeared but Mbmus first parade was on New Years ve 1871 and two years let the date was changed to Thursday before Mardi Gras Rex did not make his entry into the city until 187 accompanied by a bodyguard of Arab Five years later Rex emulated Com and Momus with a tableaux aerie dTenpearance the night before Marc GrasNowhere In the world is the earn val as given In New Orleans surpassed and men are employed the r around devising some means for su passing the celebration of the prcvious year Visitors from all parts of world throng into the Southern city weeks before the glad day arrives JUDGE STOUT HelmIACircuit Judge Robert L Stout State Fiscal Court has decision in the case of T Kennedy Helm versus the State Auditor In the relative to Mr Helms fee of 4000 for executing violators of the Sunday closing law in Louisville qatentedthe fee on the ground that Governor Beckham had no legal right to make contract Judge Stout peremptorily pverruld- r s Hager and holds that Governor Bocbain acted in a legal and proper way He therefore Issues fc manda muss requiring the payment of the bit Thej case will be appealed s t I s iMartha Potts Mary Tomllnson Bess Smith Ruth Howe LucHc Brough Lela Tnncy 3SIyra Gardner 1Pa III e Harnefl Vtoan IGlllisple A telat d e Wagstnff Iara ry Norwwad Annai ColcmRn Tan Eater Martha wanl Meter 3ancgaiat Shyroi3c Cocke IKaAlyn KraveB Annette C3ush dng Ethtfl Hilton Hattie Button Mary Gayle Mary Vance Greta Smith Ethel TPoad Moore Anna Ca6W Prewat Helen ffiatey Clara BelltV ttIm XflfherinB 30feaUley Sara Beve ley noett 3th watts Belle TSTheatiey MEEmrNGr pfimsOlfielalsechasees t The Baaca Sffile Class of the Plrs evQninthof and after thessem nnnunl officers wiiich JPjfsidenfc SbscklefozulrY ZRosseng1The Berets Class 8s ticcomjllshlns dlsplendid rnk among the young andrusens all the time MARRIAGE Off Miss Utterback and Mr Smith Wednyed Miss Lelia Utterback of thisI county and Mr Talmage Smith of Fayette county were united in mar sldChristian Church in Lexington The pastor Rev L j Spencer performed Tthe ceremony Their marriage at this time came as a surprise to friends their 2preference for a quiet wedding having planuss companys t of Mr and Mrs C M Utter hemte Lexington She Is quite an attrac tine and lovable young lady whose many friends in this county will offer sacryoung e and a member of a prominent In family IS IN GOOD S1Ired by his friends on his enviable posl ilea In politics and his recent succes ses In the first place he was one of the Republicans who groomed James F Grinstead of Louisville put him Into the Mayors race and nominated managerssdrected the fight of the Republicans in the legislative districts Willson and Grinstead were returned winners and then Mr Thatcher came here as former Gov W 0 Bradleys campaign manager and remained here until dltlon he Is the recognized reprosenta Bradley was elected Senator In ad tive of Mr Fairbanks in Kentucky Mr Thatcher Is a modest unassum ing man and says he only did what ho could However no man in Kentucky Is closer to Gov Willson Senator elect Bradley and Vice President rain banks than thp young Louisville lawyer J CJ poundlng Interest at 5 per cent th oinjnnll ccharsc Ol such at tpoat is 753 cents that is it costs 753 cents il year to keep the post in service Pre sera ative treatment casting 10 cents win increase Its length of life to about elgkteen years In this case the total cast dr the post set Is 24 cents which coracpounded at 5 per cent gives an mnmnil charge of 204 cents Thus the savings due to treatment Is 345 cents b year Assuming that them are 200 jpoats per mile there Is a saving year for every mile of fence of a s equivalent to the interest on 219G 1n the same way preservative jnent will increase the length of life ttf n llUbOlly pine railroad tie from five reduceHIL4S cents which amounts to a sav iOf 33875 per mile lthl estimated that 150000 acres are required each year to grow tIm- ber for the anthracite coal mines atone The average life of an untr ed mine prop is not more thax three years 13y proper preservative treat meat it can be prolonged by many slgor 90 years or even less decay so badly at the mound that they have to be re can by a simple treatment of butts be made to last twenty shingledsi are almost valueless in their natural tatectm easily be treated ant made to outlast even painted shin glee of the most ftecayreslstant wood Thousands of dollars are lost every year by the socalled bluing of Thecan be prevented by proper treatment and at a COt so small as to put it within the leachof the smallest c erator In the South the cheap and abundant loblolly pine one of ihe easiest of all woods to treat can hy proper preparation be made to take the place highgrade longleak pine for many purposes Black and tupelo gums and other littleused woods have a new and increasing importance because the possibility of preserving the from decay at small cost In the Northeastern and Lake States ar tamrack hemlock beech birch an maple and the red and black oaks all of which 1y proper treatment may help to replace the fast diminishing white oak and cedar In the States of the Mississippi Valley the pressing fencepost problem may be greatly relieved by treating such species as cottonwood willow and hackberry Circular 139 of the Forest Service uA Primer of Wood Preservation tells in simple terms what decay Is and how it can be retarded describes bristly certain preservatives and processes gives examples of the saving dollars and cents and tells who wood preservation can do in the future The circular can be had upon ForestService II11 Who Will Be I President PreastentiatYear and evesma postct0Olitios The ICourjerJoornai Henry WattersonEditor Is a democratic News paper tout it prints the news as it develops One dollars year is the price of the Weekly CourierJournale thattPaper and the Roundabout Both One Year a For 150 ofIt you will send your order to This Paper CourierdJournal Daily CourierJournal 600 a Year Weekly CourierJournal 54 200 a Yearlie We can give you a com bination Cut Rate on tluse if you will write this paper enclosing cash with order 4 tt r CAPITAL HOTEL I E B WEITZEL MANAGER Special attention given to the transfer of bugguge Use rreither phone Oldest and f best hostelry in the city i v I Am Ready To Make The Best PHOTOSA- nd of Portraits and Groups int 11ery South FranHfort j nllIt on the Reliable PHoto H G MATTERNL i Liquors nndt Whore tx Buy Them The Pare Food Lawrwill not affective We Always did or and alw vdll sell nothing but Straight Liquors atI GEO B SAL DEn 45 St Cia t PERKINS TRANSFER C r AH kinds of Hauling in eluding Moving Household 5 moods Freight BadA 1J PRIN pxe a171yiC E i L 8 N FRET G H T OfflEFtt ROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR C A FISH PHYSICIAN ANDSURCEON OfficeTodd Building at St Clair Street Bridge BpTH PHONES 427 S r KENTUCKY HIGHLAND RAILrROAD Beginning Wednesday December 12th the Kentucky Highland Railroad traibetween tnfillviileposlble when the service will be ex tended to Old Taylor and Mlllrllle Trains leave Frankfort at 6 oclock r m dally except SuudAy return fLDoubleput on between Frankfort and Milic 1acompletedlat f latClltcside rt 10tlr iGardnersCrow 26 30MJJlviJleMinimum charge 10cN Commutation ticket books good fbpvtrIps and good only for use in caW econBetween Frankfort and Old Crow 600 TaylorIff00 Issued by P F MANNNG Supt lJApproved by iS S BUSH Pres tJ i Frankfort Weekly News i Entered at the P05tomceat Frankfort Ken tucky ns second elasa mallablc matter FRANKFORT PRINTING COMPAN- YINCOUtORATEir HUBERT VREELAND Pres and Mgr ty D COYLE Secretary and Treasure TERMS SIOO IN ADVANCE- y FRANKWT MARCH 7 1908 With this Issue the Roundabout changes Its name and we take this oc caslon to say a wodtos to theluture policy of the Fran B News as the paper shall hereafter e known While the new management feels a pardonable pride in the changes that lave already been effected It is by no means the paper that we Intend t make It in a few weeks Natural there laa great deal work incident to the transfer of a large business an as yet we have not organized our editorial staff The volume of work t that has been turned out by the Frankfort Printing Company since the transfer of he property has kept the present force busy day and nigh but the force will be enlarged at the earliest date possible and we hope j then to show our patrons that a first class paper can be published and maintained In Frankfort It shall be the policy of this paper to give the news of the day as it is The happenings of the day will not be colored to please or to injure any man or set of men but It will oe written without bias The editorial co inns of the paper will be used to advance the Interests of Frankfort and the State and they will not be given over to doubtful disputations cot cernlng matters of personal grievance or unjust criticisms We believe th public is tired of such things and are convinced that the people desire ia pa per that will publish the truth The Daily News will speak for ik c self when It makes its debut in Frankfort In the near future 49 Stt The people of Kentucky owe to Hon Jerre Sullivan representatlv from Madison county a debt of grat 3 tude they will never fully be able to Ii pay Mr Sullivan came to the Legh with the determination to ad 4vance the cause of education In Ken ttucky and how well he has done his duty is apparent to every man and woman in this State who has kep ttup with the proceedings of the pres ir ent Legislature Mr Sullivan is a man of Splendid character and exceptional ability and that this is appreciated by his col leagues is attested by the fact tha even during the hot senatorial fight he received the support of member of both parties in tne carrying out ot 4 Ills laudable purpose The people of his district should press such a mar Into higher service for his State Ir iThe cause of education has beer advanced by the present ses slon of the Legislature and the relle rt neededrfi We are all proud of the old Common wealth and we will have cause to be r more proud of her than ever when A the new educational laws become effec tlve r T MR KIMBALL OF THE ASHLAND DISTRIC SAYS DEMOCRATIC PROSPECTS ARE FINE AND BRYAN WILL BE PRESIDENT t Congressman W P Kimball of the Ashland district who Is spending a 4 few days here looking in on the session of the General Assembly is high tr1Y enthusiastic over the prospects of electing a Democratic President at the coming November election Congress man Kimball says he knows what he Js talking about when he says that Sy the Republicans are badly demoralized and the worst split up in years He says the bitterness has frequently cropped out at the present session of Congress and that many of the g o p leaders have their knives whetted ntoa razor edge ti He says that Taft is certain to be the next Republican candidate for President and this 16 all over but the i Ishouting He eajV that despite the fact that President Roosevelt has made the candidacy of the War Secre tary his own there is a vast difference in the men and they do not agree on many things t 7 Bryan who according to the Ash nominatedf Republican members of the Qenen Assembly and some of the State ot facials have organized the Hughes League of Kentucky and hope to have Kentuckys delegation to the National Convention Instructed either for Hughes first or second If the fight between Taft and Fairbanks gets any and the Hughes men say that bot1t sides could agree on Hughes deibgnic from this State If either a Tart or a Fairbanks delegation goes from Ken hotter something will have to be done tucky Hh believed that this delegi tlon will be composed of men who favor Hughes as second choice The Hughes movement in Kentucky Is getting to amount to something and the sentiment Is becoming genen that he will be the nominee on whom the antiTaft men will agree 1lany of the leading Republican politicians who come to Franfort are really for Hughes and say that he will be th e man who can beat Bryan They are for Taft or Fairbanks or some other man but all have a good word to Say for the Governor of New York and those who favor Fairbanks say 1iat they may hace to unite on Hughes to beat Taft Mr Humphreys general manager of the Hughes boom was in Frankfoi Wednesday and organized the Hughe Club which will be spread over the entire State and wilt not be confine to only one city or county Thorns B McGregor was elected president of the league Roy Wilhoit secretary and treasurer and T F Vinson vie president John P Haswell R A Cook W E BIdwell D B Cornet and Sawyer A Smith were appointed as the executive committee Geri StewarJ L Woodford president of the Hughes League of the United States Is expected in Ken tucky the coming week and wiU make several addresses A strong organization is on foot In Louisville for Hughes and with the organization of the Kentucky League it will probabl mean the inception of a Hughes boor in Kentucky which will result In a tide hard to stem THATCHER THE NEW STATE INSPECTD ASSUMES HIS DUTIES MONDAY AND WILL INVESTIGATE OF FICERS OF AUDITOR AND TREASURER Mr M H Thatcher the new State Inspector and Examiner who sue ceeds Judge Henry B Hines assumed his office Monday morning He wat appointee several weeks ago by Gov Wlllson but by agreement his confirmation was held up in the Senate until a few days ago in order to allow Judge Hines to serve out his full four years Mr Thatchers appointment is the was Gov Bradleys most trusted lieu reward for valiant party services He tenant in his racarfbr Senator and had much to do with the result Mr Thatcher states that his first official act would be a thorough examination of the offices of the State Auditor and Treasurer He will be a very busy some time to come as he has plentyor work cut out for him He wants first to get a correct idea of the States finances and how the State stands and later he may take up the other State offices He Is al lowed to employ such help as he may need and probably will employ expert accountants to help him in the Treas urers office What is the News One dollar a rear t h titled which would indicate that all of the bodies have been found and that the total death list will stand at one hundred and sixtyseven- In fully one hundred cases the fun rals will be individual each family burying its own dead The first of these funerals were held yesterda morning and continued throughov the day In some Instances funeral services were grouped with five to ten bodies in one church The unidentified will be burled net t Monday according to present arrangements The expense of these funeral together with the funeral of chlldre whose parents are not in a financial condition to meet the burdnen will be borne by public subscriptions whlc are growing larger every hour hourAlready thousands of dollars hav been raised In addition to this a bill Iras been introduced in the State Legislature appropriating 25000 for the relief of the needy fire sufferers Thl bill it is expected will become a law today s i LOUISNILLE TOBACCO MARKET Total sales in this market last wee were 5354 hogsheads against 660 hogsheads sold In corresponding week of last year Total receipts last week were 4504 hogsheads against 3168 hogsheads received on corresponding week of last year Rejections last week were 467 hogsheads 10 per sent of the autumn sales against 10 percent for the preceding week Of the total sales 3956 hogsheads were Bur ley and 1398 hogsheads were dark to bacco Offerings were again heavy thfc week Tuesdays breaks container 478 hogsheads Burley and 40s hogsheads dark Wednesday 1174 hogs heads Burley and 119 hogshead Dark Thursday 11086 bogheads Burley and 154 hogsheads Dark The market has not been so satin rectory this week Considerable irregularity had some fluctaations In prices developed There was an uunder rent indicating an easier feeling 01 the red type of Burley except perhaps on the medium grades Good and fine leaf was several bids lower while trash and very common lugs were a trifle easier The medium grades seemed to hold their own fairly well Colory types were in limited supply and met with strong competition Prices on this were fairly well main Considerable percentage of the of ferings this Veelo was In soft order ind buyers Inclined to discount prices when the samples appears in soft con lition The market continued strong and ac ive yesterday Offerings were larger than usual for a Friday the aggregate it all the warehouses being 1028 hogs reads861 Burley and 177 dark There was a large attendance oC buyers growers and dealers The quality of the offerings was good and s41e figures were generally acceptable to shippers as shown by the small percentage of repectlons No change was noted in prices The Ninthstreet house offered sixty eight hogsheads of new Burley which brought from 790 to 16 and twenty two hogsheads of new dark brought from 485 to 1075 A crop of night teen hogsheads of Burley shipped by 3harls Well of Missouri brought an average of 1305 The market was unchanged No repectlons were re ported The Peoples house sold 145 hogS- heads of new Burley which brought rom 7 to 1860 and even hogsheads uresr nconscio rulel- tiominutl 3On ma 1ce up- keepiy so iorlry have Deader and the refit from Ills cite leadlq b it armirr or p strive ituiniall r worth We haw mh ier who has been war dol lara to the commuhlives He started in anI in a farm By Industri economy in a few years by enough money to buy laidI This he worked for all it and it was only i few Grt year until he had it paid for Kid a surplus of cash on hand and selllni hls small farm he was able to buy a large one in a very desirable lo ationThe same thrift and economy tha le has always shown brought hit sod profitsfl and in a few years new house wish all modern convent aces took the place of the old one nd a new barn added to both look and value of the farm effecest of this example was IIThe to be seen upon every fart about him Ambitious young men starting out in life strove to adop his plans and practices He was a pioneer dairyman and in a few year he whole community had dropper nto the dairy business He bull a silo and others quickly followed Kilt1 He fall plowed most of his and upon which spring crops were to be cultivated and others Seeing he Increase of his crops resulting rom this practice were not slow in adopting this and other advanced farm methods which he put Into practice He is always ready to give advice when asked or accommodate a neigh bor when in his power to do so without seriously neglecting his own affairs When he drives to town with his family he murries out in as stylist a rig as anybody drives and he dont rear chin whiskers nor a ten cent straw hat- There Is a farmer here and there who Is worth more to the community in which he lives than he is to him s elf He is the one who Is always thing up and trying every new fad fancy or invention that copies along runs a tSortof Investigating bureau so to speak an expensive indulgence but his experience Is worth a good deal to his fellows They can sift- out the wheat from the chaff and retain that which Is good and profitable In farm operations and avoid his mis ikes The man who has the means to ranch out and test the very latest nprovements and discoveries made long agricultural lines the various kinds of improved machinery and edigree seeds who can test such Tatters as inocculatlon of the soil 1he various kinds of commercial fer liners and the like is engaged hia pioneer work that Is worth much to all who are engaged In agricultural pursuits and where these experiencea can be scattered broadcast through the lediuni of the farm press every quirIng progressive farmer in the runty is benefitted Even the bad examples set by old Peter Tumbledown it seems to us has a salutary Influence upon all regressive agriculturists Peter Is not as numerous as he was in days gone by and when we do find him his rickety buildings dilapidated fences fields washed into gutters and scrub stock demonstrates to the new farmer what sort of fortune awaits him If he doesnt get Into the harness In proper shape and pull for success wltJhan energy land determination that knows no such word as fall Its a great mistake not to encourage farmers who persist In tak- Ing the Initiative in all progressive matters who bring ra new bloode l stock who are leaders In organizing agricultural societies granges clubs poultry shows and the like for the result In every instance is that all- are put upon a higher plans of thou ht and labor which is bound to count on the side of profit and satisfaction the end From Farmers Home Sour- S il i More of Thosl I de Coats Leftd Ii BIG IN wide Edge at 5c yard wide at 10c yard 25c yard MO 4143 87 CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE KY 4 aw3L MIKE ROONEY Says So Called Luck Has Nothing To Do WIth Malng Or Unmaking Mans Fortune The Louisville Times in its column All Around The Town has the following Item which will be of interest to Mike Rooneys many friends in Frankfort There are those who contend that socalled luclS has nothing to do with making or unmaking a mans fortune Such is not the belief of Mike Rooney formerly of Louisville and Frankfort Rooney was Inspector of Drains In the employ of the city six years ago but was let out be cause he was not In accord with the administration He immediately went West locating at Keokuk Falls Okla Rooney is quickwitted Irishman and was formerly Assistant Warden of the penitentiary Frankfort He fell In with a wealthy ranchman named Tomlinson who suggested to him tlit they start a distillery They did so and madea barrel of money so to spea Besides being a half owner in the distillery Rooney now owns a big ranch and mfny ctttle 4nd sheep in Olahoma and Indian Territory Rooney was in Louisville renectly and said to You will have to come r quick ifyou want to take advantage of this oppor tunity just think 4 You Can Save J Just 1300 on a 2500 Coat 1000 on a 2000 CoatJS825 on a 1500 Coat 575 on a 950 Coat These Coats are good Styles for the SeasonrBuy one and lay it away KM r SAVINGS EMBROIDERIESt 4inch 7inch Edge Corset Cover Embroideries 0ABRO r FRANKFQRT = = = = gflV a his friend J Henry Hoerta former1 secretary of the Board of Worst I am glad the administration din Icharged me and feel lie sending the l former members of the oBard of Work a barrel of whiny each and also some hi fat lambs Had I continued working In the City Hall I would have been a II poor as Jobs turkey and most likely have been discharged when the GrlnVJ stead administration came in Rooney says he would rather live ia J Kentucky than any place on earth but j that Oklahoma is the State in which to t mae money After he gets a m1lllqU- or so toge ther he intends to con back Her and start a distillery andt establish a stock farm f For years Mr Rooney too a promOj nent part In Kentucky politics Har- ing served as Assistant Warden of the penitentiary he new many excon vlcts and prevented them from vot t Ing after their terms expired He diet valuable service to the local Democracy tic organization in preventing negro exconvicts who had been dlsfranchl3 ed from voting the Republican tickets in this citymf 8 Many people make the mistake ia winter of letting the milk and cream stn too long before churning MARDI GRASIT20- 46 ew Orleans and return 1915 Mobile and return from Georgetown Ky via J MQueenTickets on sale February 26 27 2829 March 1 2 of lreturning March 10th 1908 Ask agents for informational or write H C King G P A Loxtngton Iyj t ISrE n ru t crWEARS LIKE IRON h f While around the fireside these winter evening mak your preparations for spring painting papering and housjif cleaning generally I carry the celebrated Green Sea l Paint used here for twelve years and the fnmoustJapaIa Am also agent for Alfred Peat s Prize Wall Papers The r J908 sample books which I now have and would be please a f to send to your home A postal or call over phone w111rbring them i fy FRANKGSTAI J Hardware rOilS t Glass t ANSTRET210 I I LooM- ot7 cr 3- i U18 r 8 I CalendarSMALL BRIDGE CLUBIthe last time for forty odd days fitthe Small Bridge Club met last week with Miss Rebecca Johnson on Sec ond street Miss Johnson won the pin for ceeps having made the highest score during the series of the Clubs meet Ings Tea and cakes were served In an at Itt tractive manner tothe guests present i r THE CHILDRENS CARNIVAL The Childrens Carnival last week Stt the Coliseum was one of the pret tiest affairs yet held at that place of favorite amusement For the prettiest dress present Miss Agnes Saffell won first prize as r a pink chrysanthemum Miss Leila Hosson won second as a yellow but terfly All the costumes were bright and beautiful and the management felt as if he would have liked to have given one for every effort made for they all deserved one FEAMSTERCROWE Mr and Mrs William Crowe announce the coming wedding of their sister Miss Letty Craig Crowe to Mr James Withrow Feamster of Mis sisslppl Miss Crowe is well known In Frankfort where she has spent most of her time for several years Mr Feamster Is a brother of Mr George and Dr J H Feamster and has often visited them In this city Mr Feamster Is in Washington City where he has his headquarters with the railroad contractors Messrs RhInehart Dennis Co The wedding will take place in the early summer t t t MRS MARTIN ENTERTAINS CLUB One of the prettiest entertaInments- of the Large Bridge Club was given by Mrs A D Martin this week at k her home on Second street tA lovely luncheon was served be Jfore the games and the house and decorations were In yellow tulips and ferns This will be the last meeting of the Large Bridge Club until after Lent Is r over The games will then be con p tlnued and the awarded to the one malting the highestScore during the series of the meetings of the Club- OLDFASHIONED DANCE- The dance at the Capital Hotel given by the Members of the General Assembly to the Assembly Ball Club and friends could not by the widest stretch of the imagination be called conventional It was not Intended to be such The haveSnot been reared In the city have some gotRa fiedanced the gentleman from Monroe county called outlito get your part sera for the quadrlll Some of those present had forgotten what the quadrill looked like but the dancers were as game as the gentleman from away down there In the sticks and pretty soon a grape vine halt mile long were dizzily cavorting over the floor To give a zest to matters generally several special stunts were indulged in Windy Bill and a few colleagues gave some extra fine jigging which promised to continue till morning till those who wanted more Vjquadrille pulled them off the floor Representative Denham who lowed he couldnt play a note but could make some noise on the banjo kept contltinued h Governor Bradley Joined heartily In the encores The Frankfort Orchestra ff caught the spirit of the dance and t r from the way that horns brayed and thblared it put music in the feet of those not danced for several years S1The receiving line were composed of Governor Bradley and Mrs W H r Cox Governor Cox and Mrs John G South Mr Thurman Dixon and Miss 1 Robert Cox Mr Speaker Gobchand Mrs A D Martin Mr Haswell and lie Herndon Agnes Crutchery Gardner Bernice Scottow SucV Crutcher Nina Hazelrigg Volght Nell Marshall Alcie Coranele Miattern Alma Eales etta Eales Messrs Robert Ha Mr Sutor Lee Hampton Mr Mr Cloys Jesse Thomas Chas F lIn Leslie Rice Bert Bacon MriKlostermanCrutcher Jr Elmer Herndon Mr and Mrs H M Parrent Mr and Mrs H A Gretter Mr and Mrs Lewis Crutcher RECEPTION AT MARTINS- A handsome reception was given last Tuesday afternoon by Mr A D Martin at his home on Second street to the Members of the Legislature the Judges of the Appellate Court and the present and the retiring State of ficials The house was decorated for theI smart occasion in red tulips and lighted by red tapers In silver candelabras The dining room was es pecially beautiful One long table and several small ones being decorated with low bowls or red tulips These were also placed on the mantle and on the buffet Here a delicious menu was served to the guests Mrs Martin presided in the dining room and was assisted by Mrs J C W Beckham Mrs Harrry Tandy Mrs Sam J Shackleford Mrs John South Mrs John Stewart Miss Roberta Cox Miss Elsie Leavy and Miss Nina Visscher In waiting on the numerous gentlemen guests present The brary had for its decorations big silk flags of the Artillery and Navy draped above the bay windows In the middle of the window stood an immense cut glass punch bowl where deUclousI champagne punch was the conservatory another large punch bolw and in the living room another All the rooms were in decorations of red tulips and smilax The menu comprised turey loaf Woldorf salad croquetts beaten biscuits and coffee The cream in the shape of the dome on the new Capital made a decided hit with the members of the Assem bly It is impossible to estimate the num ber present but those who sent re grets could be counted upon tho fingers of one hand Mr Martin is a born host and noth- Ing was omitted that could add to the enjoyment of those lucky enough to be present From the genial hum of voices it was inferred that men as well as those of the sex feminine can find receptions a very entertaining and agreeable affair 1 LAST Y M DANCE The last dance at the Y M I hall was the most brilliant of the series Euchre was played till ten oclock and the following won prizes Ladles first prize cut glass compo Mrs Cltm E Benninger Gentlemans first prize French bevel place mirror and shaving pedestal Mr Mat Madlgan Consolation prize gold plated sconce MUss Rose Salender Those present numbered Mrs T J Brislan W G Weitzel Mrs F F Kellner of Louisvllle Ky Mr Wm Weitzel Mr W J Bower Mr and Mrs C E Benninger Miss Kate Newman Mrs Margaret Schweers Mr and Mrs W C New man Miss Mildred Taylor Mr Thomas Devdtt Mr and Mrs Lambert Gober Miss Katie McfNamara Charles E Lane Wm Loggle Miss Katie Schroff Mr Harry Lutheineler Mrs CW Lutkemeler Major and Mrs W A Lutkemeler Mrs Ethel Scott of Paris Ky Mr and Mrs Matt Madigan Mr and Mrs H F Lutkemeler Mr and Mrs E W Corcoran Mr and Mrs J R Soms Mr and Mrs J A Sullivan Miss Deborah Parker Mr and Mrs T B Newman Mrs C E Collins Miss Annie R Laughlln Miss Nora Marshall William Fischer Mrs Ben Marshall Miss Katie Marshall Mrs A J Hooker W H Merrick Miss Lizzie Lutkemeler Miss Rose Salender Dir C L Jones Mss Margaret Gibbons W T Collins Raymond Wendell 5 THE NEIGHBOftHOODCLUIl Miss Florrie Rodman was the host 11nf si ifrMIss Stet and Miss 1 4Redden and rw Allen Hen or Bessie Hi es Plckett land Miss Mr Will Dunnigan and ile Hardesty Mr Ewell- d Miss Nettle Gardner Mr Stone arid Miss Mabel Llllls lace Smith and Miss K75uTo L tr Rodman Smith and Miss An lllls Messrs Hugh Hawkins Urba Taylor Arnett Lewis Ray Brown Harry Brown Darsie Gill Marshall Clark John Suttles Leon Heaton Frank Heaton John Jackson Mr and Mrs Hostet er Mr and Mrs A L Green Mr and Mrs N H Green Mr and Mrs W T Green Mr and Mrs Ed Kirk at PERSONALSMrs VnnWlnkle and little son A C Jr have returned from a trip to FlorIdaIMrs Lindsay South and Miss South went to Louisville Saturday to see Lillian Russell In Wildfire Miss Virginia Nunn and guest Miss Madge Burnam of Richmond went to Louisville the past week to see Lillian Hugh Branch Is visiting Louisville friends Mrs W H VanWinkle is the guest of her clster Mrs H G CrafT of LouisvilleMrs G South Is spending a few days with her father Gov Wm O Bradley In Louisville Miss Robertson has returned from- a two weeks visit with Miss Verna Williams on the South Side Miss Ollie Atkinson of Guston Ky who has been the guest of Mrs A G Jeffries has returned home Mr Harry G Bright of Danville is visiting Mr William Herndon on the South Side Mr Will Longmire Is the guest of SterlingI Page are back from a visit with their brother Capt Thomas M Page In Indiana pa lis Ind Rev Joseph Severance las returned from a business trip to Wllliamstown KentuckyMr Mrs Jim Murray and chit dren have returned to Frankfort to reside Mr and Mrs Murray have been residing at Brooklyn N Y for the past several years end their old Kentucky friends are glad to welcome them home Mrs M B Adams and sons Masters Charles and Marshall were called to Mason county last week by the death of Mrs Adams father Mr A K Marshall Messrs Ray and Culbert Welhdell and Miss Bessie Goodwin and Miss Tiny Howard attended a Leap year dance at Lexington last week Miss Anne Baker of Science Hill spent the week end with her parents Mr and Mrs George Baker the past James H Polsgrove Miss Ida Stone and Miss Quinn went Lexing ton Friday to see Mrs Patrick Camp bellMiss Pearl Sullivan Is spending several days with friends in Bloomfield Miss Marie Lindsey who has been tho guest of Mrs D W Lindsey Jr has returned to her home In Louis Ben Watt left last week for a stay of several days with relatives in Bowling Green before departing for Oklahoma where he will make his future home Miss Kathleen Milllgan of Lexing ton was the guest of Miss Anne Baker last week Dr and Mrs H B Shacklett of Now Albany Ind are the guests of Dr Crecellus and family on Wapplng street- IMrs Pryor Beard of Shelbyvllle tho guest of Representative and Mrs Beard at the Capitol Hotel Mr John Scott and Mr Paul Hlte have returned fipm R visit with Lex ing friends l d III in Cincinnati Mr Arthur Goebel of Cincinnati who has been the guest of friends here has returned home Mrs A It Burnem and daugher Miss Madge wig have been spending several weeks with Senator Burnam at the Capitol Hotel have returned to their home in Richmond Ky Mr John D Carroll and children have returned from a visit with rel atives in New Castle Ky Miss Lillian Tucker and Miss Sadie Robinson are at home from a short stay with friends In Lexington Ky Mr and Mrs Hugh Rosson of Louis vllle were the guests of Mr and Mrs Weathers this week Mrs Rosson was formerly Miss Mable WeathersIMrs George Caywood and Miss Maude FInley are visiting relatives In Rowan countylMiss Leah Adams of Bagdad whot has been visiting Miss Cora Salyerst has returned home Mrs Bee Noel and little son Silas have been in Louisville several days 111lrsJarvis of Barbourville are visiting Senator and Mrs Jarvis at the Capi tal Hotel Mrs Charles Haberle Jr of Louis ville Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Lee L Robinson at Mrs Frazlers Mrs B R Wilson and daughter Miss Blanch who have been the guests of Mrs Wilsons daughter 1Irsc Egbert Stephens on the South Side have returned to their home In Aberdeen Mr Edwin Penn of Eminence was In the city a few days this week on his way to Chicago for a short business tripIMr Sherman Adams of Shelbyvllle Is visiting Miss Cora Salyers on Main street Miss Landers of Lexington who has been the guest of Miss Elizabeth Hieatt on East Main street has reoj turned home Miss Timberlake who has been the guest of Mrs W H Hoge has re turned to her home in Winchester Miss Sarah Baughman of Stan ford has concluded a visit with list sister Mrs S M Saufley Miss Fannie Marshall of Shelbyville Is the guest of Mrs Mary Morris and Mrs Henry Scearce on the South SideMrs Tom Hall and Mrs Dyke Hazel rigg are visiting relatives in Lexington on East Main street Miss Lillian Wyman arrived yester day from New York and will be with Mrs Maude Stephens again this sea son Mrs J A Scott Is the guest of her son Mr Howell Scott in Lexington Mr Percy Haly has returned from a visit with friends In Louisville Mrs William Deatherage of Car rollton Is visiting Mrs Ernest on East Main street Mr George V Green of Hopkins villa is in the city on business Miss Sarah Roberts is the guest of her mother sand sister in Louisville Miss Bertha Cropers is the guest of friends in Lexington this week Mrs John Cox and Miss Pattie Thomas have returned from a visit with Mr Scot Brown in the country Dr and Mrs Shacklett of New Al batty have concluded a visit with Dr and Mrs Crecelius Mr Basil Kenny has returned from a stay of several weeks In Florida Mrs Jennie Cardwell Is the guest of her sister Mrs Watson In Lexington Rev Louis Thompson of Williams town is the guest of his mother Mrs Ed Porter Thompson on the South Side tries Sallle Belle South has con eluded a v sit with Lexington friends Mrs JoevGray Green is spending a few days vlth her parents Capt and Mrs John lUvls on Ann street 1 EITZElS SPECIALS LK WOOL AND COTTON fd hite Waisting Moneybak BI c ilks sunburSilks all t IISh opular Prices W EITZELS r Miss Pearl Haydon of Lexington Is the guest of Miss Gertrude Shaw Mr James Montgomery has returned from a visit with friends in Lexing ton Mr and Mrs Chas M Lewis of Shelbyville have concluded a visit with Representative and Mrs Elliott B Beard at the Capital Hotel Miss Ann Mary Crifctenden Is quite ill at the home of her mother Mrs Robert H Crittenden on Wapplng street Elise Shackelford and Miss to 1Miss of Lexington are vis Dulin Moss a few days the past Miss Elise Leavy of Fayette county has been Mrs A D Martins guest has returned home Mrs Fred F Kenner of Louisville little daughter Minnie have re- urned to their home in Louisville af er a visit with Mr and Mrs William Weitzel on High street Mr and Mrs J E Hughes of Lex ington were visitors to the Capital week MIss Walllngford of Covington is tho guest of Senator and Mrs Brown at the Capital Hotel Mr and Mrs Robert Berryman of Versailles who have been visiting Mr and Mrs W H South Side have returned homeIMiss Luella Boyd of concluded a visit with cvMrar1risspent several days this week as the guest of Mr and Mrs N A vanMrs sumI a Kate Griffin and Knoxville Tennessee are the of her parents Mr and Mrs John OConnor on north St Clair street Miss Hazel Dickson of Louisville visiting Miss Flora flea on the South Side reIIurnedMrs R W Dehoney and little daughter are visiting relatives in Louisville Miss Gullion of Carrollton has con eluded a visit with Mr sand Mrs Ernestt Christine Reynolds was visit ing friends In Lexington this week Miss Rena Lee of New Albany has returned home from a visit with Miss Rose Salendar Mr and Mrs Rob Farmer In Louisville several days this weekIMrs George F Berry who in North Carolina for has returned home Mrs William Cannon and little daughter Eleanor have returned to their home In Woodford county after FnBerry Mrs Robert Rhodes and daughter Miss Kelly Rhodes are the guests of Judge and Mrs W R Settle on the South Side Mr Richard VanDerveer came down last Tuesday to attend the funeral of his niece little Eleanor VanDeveer Mrs S E Robinson of Shelbyvlllo Is the guest of Miss Josephine Kava naugh Miss Applegate of Falmouth Is the guest of Mrs Crecelius on Wapplng Porter and little daughter Hilda and sister Miss Duncan are in the city visiting Senator Porter and will remain during the rest of the Clyde Smith has returned from a visit with his parents in Indiana Mrs William Thompson of Spencer county is spending the remainder ofI the session of the Legislature with her husband Representative Thomson p IMiss Pinkie Crum of Louisville Is the guest of her cousin Miss Juliet South In the country Mr and Mrs 0 B Loomis of Louis ville were here last Tuesday to attend the dance at the Capital Hotel given by the members of the General Assem blyMrs John Feland of Hopklnsville has joined Representative Feland at the Capital Hotel to remain several days Mr Edmund Robertson has returned his studies at the K S C after spending several days with Mr RanT Gayle spent last Wednes day with her parents and returned ta Hamilton College on Thursday k Miss Amy Lyons is the guest ot Lexington friends Mrs Dora Ferguson Is at houx after spending a few days with Louis ville relatives Miss Helen ORear and roommate Miss Sarah Catlett of Knoxville Tenn have returned to Science Hit a visit with Miss ORears pare entsJudge C E Booe was in Loulavllla this week on business Mrs A C VanWinkle left the flrati lAofhome her little daughter who has been spending the winter with her grandmother Mrs A B Rust while Mrs Van Winkle and little son have been in Florida for the benefit ot Master Van Winkle health and Mrs Edward Murray on IMrSouth Side left the first of the for Shelbyvllle to reside Der v manently i Mr W S Farmer is back from business trip to New York Miss Roberta Cox who has been spending a few days with Dr one Mrs John D South Is spending SOY eral days with Mrs A D Martin on the South Side Mrs Morgan Chinn and little SOIU Jack have returned from a visit vrttU friendsI Bagdad is the guMt C Romele Mr Frank Heeney left tho first Ot the week for a business trip to NeW fi York Mr Leslie Rice is back homo from a business trip to Louisville rf Mr James Talbott of Butte Moijv Lana an old Frankfort boy spent few days in the city this week the guest of his sister Miss Bertha Tlbott Miss Nancy Holden is the guest 05 her relatives In Mason county Llllle McChord of Louisv111ezIMiss been the guest of Mrs Franlq has returned home Mr Tom Stone of Georgetown was the guest of his brother Mr 3am I a Stone last week I DAMAGES Awarding Louisville Street Oar GQfts ductor Against Bridge Company The Court of Appeals Judge Hoik son writing affirmed the Jefferson Cbmmot Pleta Cotrt in the case 0ffthe Louisville Bridge Company vO W Allen The appellee a streetcar conductor was Injured by a fishy backing into his Walnutstreet car it Fourteenth street turning his cat over Tho lower court awarded 1 500 damages for injuries The court affirmed the Whitley Cif cult Court in William D Mullins v Commonwealth Appellant was given ten years for killing Robert Henson Nebraska Democrats in contention at Omaha gave William J Bryan a great ovation adopted a platform constructed by him and instructed iaete delegates to vote as a unit in his in terest at the National Convention 1i DenverA I ASSOCIATION s OF KENTUCKY DAIRYMEN yA ORGANIZE AT SHELBYVILLE Al ELECT OFFICERS FOR THE ENSUING YEAR About fifty dairymen met at the courthouse in Shelbyville Tuesday Afternoon and formally organized the Kentucky State Dairymens Association The association has been dulY- Incorporated aer the laws of Kill tucky article W Incorporation having been filed In the office of the Secretary of State here last week Officers for the year were elected aa wallaceWhelbyvUleresident XDdward Downing of Lexington sec ond vice president Z W Lee of Cyn tlilana Harrison county third vice president J A Bell of Shelby county 1secretary and treasurer The board of directors Is composed of the presl ttent and three vice presidents and J m Thomas of Normandy Spencer County W L Scott of Scotts Station Shelby county H p Rogers of Eliza bethtown Hardin county and J W Ray Flshervllle Jefferson county The organization Is to promote friendly cooperation of the dairymen of the State for mutual benefit and to insure the furnishing to the public of i pure dairy products and to suggest And advise proper regulations to PlD mote such ends Only persons actually engaged In the production and tale of dairy products are eligible f r membership The meeting was very Enthusiastic throughout r AUTOMOBILISTS 3 Form State Club at Louisville And Elect Officers For Ensuing Year At a meeting of representatives of the Louisville Owensboro and Uexii ff ton automobile clubs held Thursday la Louisville a State body was formed t Jjo be known as the Kentucky Auton if bile Association and will become ar Ciliated with the American Automobile Association It is probable that other X1tlubs soon will become connected the association Iii Ira S Barnett of Louisville w SDelected president ot the association t for the coming year Articles of in corporation will be filed within the next few days The object 0f the ass elation Is to promote the interests of automobiles of ithe State and to advocate good roads The other officers i elected are as follows PresidentIra S arnett of Louis Vllle Vice Preslden F R Toewater of 4 Lexington i Secretary and TreasurerWJa1tel ftohn of Louisville 4 The directors in the State Association from the three club member r are 11u18vma ClubIra S Barnett Dr tfi snd aY lllrtd Walter Kohn Ue Grass ClubLi R TOewater E fR a Alexander t Owenflboro Club J T Dawson Al ilen Reid inKS6APED CONVICT ilint Up From Louisville With Batch Of Prisoners Reward Outstanding For Him A reward of 100 was outstanding for Henry Stepney colored received V l at the Penitentiary from Louisville Thursday morning to serve three years for grand larceny About eight years ago Henry Step aey was sent to prison for burglary i to serve a sevenyear sentence When I but about sevn months of his sentence CJ remained he apparently became insane After a thorough investigation ft of his case he was committed to the asylum at Lexington A few months i later he escaped from that institution As he had bupt a short time to servo in prison the authorities after notifying jt the police of the different cities took no especial pains to locate him he yond a reward of 100 for his arrest and return to the Penitentiary i Nothing more was heard of him ilIuntil Thursday when he was received from Louisville with a batch of prison vr erStlIe had been sentenced there under his own name to serve three rears for grand larceny fIf County Judge James H Polsgrovo Monday morning sustained the demur l rer of Gus LaFontaine in the suit of t M P Reborn State Revenue agent at tlargefagainst him to collect from him ft license for selling liquor at his rea taurant on Broadway Judge Pols grove held that he had no author Ity to make Mr LaFontaine take out ilicense but holds that if lie is guilty qt violating the liquor laws Mr Re horn should swear out a warrant iVlralnst him and have him tried and Ak found guilty then a fine is the proper remedy for the court to use k It is said Mr Rehorn will appeal the fw tae i I I osAPPRO To Be Asked In Louisville To M Grave Of Governor Shelbys Granddaughter A motion will be introduced at the next meeting of the city council in Louisville by Eugene M Dailey Co unman from the Twelfth Ward to have that city appropriate 150 to place a headstone or small monument over the grave of Mary Carleton the granddaughter of Isaac Shelby The first Governor of Kentucky who is burled In the Portland cemetery Mary Carleton died at the almshouse on ltlay 2 1882 and although the location of her grave is known nothing marks the spot Mr Dailey deplores the fact that the first grandchild of a Ke tucky Governor should not have a fitting memorial IfFRANKFORT EVANGELIST Returns From Henry Gounty Where He Has Been Conducting A Suc cessful Revival Noel Gaines the Frankfort evan ellst has just closed a successful revival at Bethlehem Henry county Cy where he was called by the Methodist Church at that place Mr Gaines delivered a number of vigor ius lectures during his stay in Henr county and the meetings accomplishe untold good The people of that county regard Mr Gaines as an earnest and tireless worker and a brl cant future is predicted for him In the evangelistic field Mr Gaines will remain in Frankfort the greater part ot the presen nonth where he is engaged in some special work relative to an Investigation of the Adjutant Generals depart sentr AJoBft tAl t1STAMPING GROUND The little son of Robert Marshal Lee 4 years old Is very of pneu lonia There are a number of cases of slckneBB reported in and near town rip or pneumonia but none of a very serious character At the administrators sale of the Mr W C Perry Saturday there IIlate a good crowd in attendance and personal property brought fairly good John Lewis Wiley of Franklin county has moved to the Haner Hotel property bought by his father Mr Alvin Wiley at commissioners sale several months ago for 2500- 1Ir Wiley has opened a meat market Moving time has again rolled round and many changes are being made Mr Charley Murphy will leave the- Wash place and move to his own home on the Elmville pike and Mr James Kelley will succeed him Jas Marshall has rented his brothers place near Oldhams Mill and Mr ewton Morgan will succeed him having bought the Thompson place near Woolens cross roads Mr Jno Richards town marshal toolt to Georgetown Thursday afternoon Mr Jno Lewis Cohorn who had given himself up to him saying that- he had shot at his father Mr Hugh Hohorn and wanted to be taken to- jail for protection Cohorn and his father had had some trouble and the- young man fired through a window at- his father with a shot gun filling the back of the chair with shot The derCohorn was leaning forward at- tho time and no shot took effect SCOTT 1 r OFFICERS Elected For Woodford County Law And Order League The Law and Order League of oodford county which was launched at Versailles last week has elected the following permanent officers Coit James Blackburn president George C Graddy secretary and Lewis S hnatone chairman of Executive C mittee About three hundred citizens have signed as members of the league i ffi i ter Wi r What tter with Ken YI Say Wibetter ast what aint Half her troubles would a stricken Old man Job or Kansas faint You jist sit down can an quiet Ferter diagnose her case An youll find there haint no ailment That she hasnt got some trace Shes about the sickest daughter LTncleJSaml ever had An it seems to me is needin Some attention from her dad = Needs it worsn Californy With that yallow janders skeer Or her sister Collyroddy In the straw bout twicst a year Yes Id like to know fer certain If thars any zease or illrThat Kentucky aint asufjrin Or haint had or likely willtShes too sick to tend to business Plain a case as ever seen= An Ill second any motion To appoint a good guard nJH H FARMER Feb 29 1908 UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVIC EXAMINATIONS IJ Competitive Examinations Will Held As Indicated Below rJIIU NII 1Y If you desire to apply for any of these the proper blanks will be sent upon receipt of your request statin the name of the examination desired Use postal card in making request- DEPARTMENTAL Veterinarian Philippine Islands 100 per mo Mar 11 Draftsman Stenographer typewritet 900 per annum Mar 25 Shoe and Harness maker 720 and per annum Mar 25 Roller Operator 3 and 4 per day Mar Soli Chemist 2000 to 2500 per annum Mar Perspective Draftsman 1800 per annum Mar 256- Superintendent of Road Construction 4 to 7 per day Apr 1 Laboratory Aid 2 vacancies female 000 per annum Apr 1 Printer Male 720 per annum Apr 1 Libratory Asst in farm manage ment female to 900 Apr 1 Apprentice 350 per day May These examinations may be taker at Bloomington Ind Cincinnati 0 Cleveland 0 Columbus 0 Evans yule Ind Ft Wayne Ind Indiana polls Ind Ironton 0 Lafayette Ind Lexington Ky Louisville Ky Padu cah Ky Toledo 0 Zanesville O POSTOFFICE Clerk or Carrier Lawrenceburg Ind Mar 14 Jackson Ohio Mar 14 Washington C H 0 Mar 14 Youngstown 0 Mar 18 Frankfort Ky Mar 18 Richmond Ky Mar 21 Uhrlchsville 0 Mar 21tWellston 0 Mar 21 Wilmington 0 Mar 21 Georgetown Ky Mar 25 Delphos 0 Mar 21 These examinations can be taken only in the city for which the examination Is announced Address Secretary J Clvll Service Board at cit1esnam C W Moss Secretary 6th Civil irviceDilt Cin jjtObji J CONTESTS In The House Of Representatives Are Now A Dead Issue fw 1Nobody oxpocts to hear anything more from the contest cases in the House and these in all probability will bo allowed to die in committee A sop will likejy be thrown to the contestants in the shape of allowing claims for their expenses incurred This action will insure their seats to Hugh Mahin of Jessamine county and J Hal Woodford of Bourbon county Their opponents made strong fights and were constantly on the ground Their votes were needed by the Republicans in the Senatorial race but the Democrats successfully combated every effort to get the cases called up for action- ETERNAL e SLEEP Comes to Eleanor VanDerveer Bright Little Daughter of Mr and Mrs J M VanDerveer Little Eleanor VanDerveer the youngest daughter of Mr and firs J M VanDerveer died Sunday morn- Ing at eleven oclopkj at the homo of her parents on Shelby street near Second street She had been ill for the past two weeks with pneumonia and early Sunday morning gradually grew worse until death came to her relief The little girl was not quite two years old a charming child who was the inspiration of fond hopes and had won the devotion of all who knew her The funeral services were held Tues day morning at ten oclock from the residence of her parents and woe conducted by Rev Jesse R Zeigler if the First Presbyterian Church andI the remains were Interred in the aihily lot at the State Cemetery NEW LAW FIRM- A new law firm was established at Lawrenceburg on Thursday morning under the name of Carter Hiner who will practice their profession in the the courts of Anderson and ad joining counties also the Appellate court at Frankfort The firm is composed of exLieutenant Governor Carter of Lawrenceburg and Mr TT liner formerly of Jackson of which town he was at one tline mayor f The typewriter user always expects more 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have had a whiff of success and now we hanker for more Success is proof of merit It must meet the ne cesslty of trade We are right hero In Frankfort to meet such a necessl slty that of good printing and in do ing so we hope to attain success The facilities of our plant arc such as to help us lothls and we are just the sort to do good printing We can prlpt booklets and other forms of good stuff tbatwUl dodge the waste bask et a and make you glad you are in buei niN I h r tI1 PRIMARY IN 12TII JUDICIAL DISTRICT Ij TO FILL OUT UNEXPIRED TERM OF JUDGE R FRANK PEAK WHO RESIGNED The Democratic Executive Commit tee of the Twelfth Judicial district meat t Shelbyvllle on last Saturday after at 3 oclock and called a primary for Saturday June to- select a nominee for Circuit JUdgE in the twelfth district to fill out the un term of one year of Judge R severstl y wtsLewis of Shelbyvllle was chairman Ambrose Dudley of Henry county mootingY district ich is composed of Shelby Spen cer Anderson Henry Oldham and Trimble were represented at the meeting The expenses of the primary were estimated ai 1400 maK- Ing the entrance fee 700 for eachI candidate The oath clause In ch the nominee Is required to make oath that he has not used whisky n money in the election Is Incorporated in the call There are two formally announced candidates Judge Chas G of Shelbyville the incumbent and Judge James S Morris of Lagrange who presided in the last Powers trial Both candidates favored the primary county In the district Is strong- lY Democratic and the nomination is equivalent to election The winner will most certainly be a candidate for the full sixyear term the election for which takes place In November 1809 eGOV COX akes Formal Announcement of H Candidacy Representative Hon William H Cox Lieutona formally announced W night that he will be a can date for national committeeman succeed John W Yerkes His op nent will be R P Ernst who has readY announced as a candidate for the place This means that there will be a hot fight for the position but friends of Lieut Gov Cox believe that he will have no trouble landing the honor He will have the backing of the newly elected Senator W O Bradley and will have the support of the Fairbanks wing of the Republican party in Kentucky as well as many of the strongest Taft supporters It will a fight of the Ernst faction against the others and it now looks like Mr Ernst will be lost in the shuffle The fact that Mr Ernst was opposed to Bradley and tMilto defeat him for Senator as is charged and believed by many of the Republicans will rally to the support of his opponent large number of the leading Repub lloaas of the State At lent rate there will be an Interesting conteet Mr Cox is one of the most popular and able men in the State MR JAMES IMPROVING Representative Ollie James was on the floor of the National House of Representatives at Washington Mon day morning after a long absence during which he was undergoing treatment at the Providence Hospital In New York for a severe affliction of the head Mr James Is not entirely recovered but his condition is greatly imprpved LATER Mr James was forced to return to Naw York City on Friday by a recurrence of his trouble ATTRACT ATTENTION Success in advertising depends u on favorably attracting the attention of that portion of the public you wIsh to reach The eye appreciates a ijn disposeasa the mind to accept the argument be fore a single line of type matter read a The opposite is of course lotwork In correspondence the stationary you use should Nave the t stamp of neatness which creates a favorable impression of your business and Its methods Remember your stationary Is your personal representa rive and Is all by which some of your correspondents have to judge you noreat stationary The little extra thought and time we put on each individual Job with a little more expense per 11hops in material hers and there gives our work that touch of completeness which consciously or uncOnscIously Impresses the observer of superior workmanship in any branch of Industry and makes It resultful printing The spring term of the Unit States Court for the Eastern Dtstri of Kentucky will open here Monday morning at eleven oclock with DI a inter Judge A M J Cochran of Mays ville presiding Jas H Tinsley DIs- trict Attorney and Capt Stephen G Sharp Marshal CachrIsan Judge Horace H Lurton of Nashville Tenn will have the appointment of a cle Chantp l 11Idie a c ColemanPa the d so capably and faithfully under the late Mr Chapman will be retained YOUNG MAN Carried Over The Dam At Lock No 5 On The Kentucky River And Drowned r Mr Cary Carter a wellknown young man of Anderson county was drowned at Lock No5 In the Kentucky river Monday afternoon Accompa nled by several friends he went out on the river for a boat ride T river is rising rapidly and the be gradually drifted into the strong c rent and could not be The other occupanas tscein gtholr danger Jumped overboa d and swam a ashore but Carter id his attempt to save the skiff was cried over the dam and drowned The boat was smashed to places on tVe rock t t g 0 Lincoln FarnTTavored by Repre sentatiy Johnson r LM Il wvu ilepresentatlve BOb Johnson of Kentucky appeared before the House Committee on Apprapriatlons at Wash ington Wednesday on behalf of the Madden bill appropriating money for the erection of the old Lincoln farm In LafUe county Ky of a memorial hall which shall serve as a national shrine of patriotism The hall Is to cost 250000 of which sum the Government Is to pay 100000 and the LincolnFarm Asso elation of New York 150000 The association has already raised 100 000 by popular subscription It pro poses to raise the remaining 50000 within twelve 0Theweatherworn cabin of logs in which Abraham Lincoln was born shall be bythebuilding shall begin immediately and that the memorial shall be dedicated of February 12 1909 the centennial of Lincolns birth billIand from one other point to the Lin coin farm LBMarshallCo ESTATEPANb LOAN AGENTS eFRANKFORT KY Have both farm and city property for sale at all times placeloanserty at five per cent f Cough Vp Poatofficoe hasctmade a new ruling pubUshers payinsubscribers whose papers are carried in the mails at the rksecondClass rate or poundOtherwise age rate would be prohibitory All publishers e given a limited time in which to adjust sUbscriptionlist ing Therefore all our subscribers are requested to at once pay up in advance else when the time limit expires we pelledtto stop sending the paper except to paidd 4Ij i ii l Iti = mllIH7 1to1 CENTRAL KENTUCKY TI ACTIOH COMPANY Schedule effective on and aftec December 3 1907 Cars will leave Lexington for Veiv allies and Frankfort every hour frffl600 a m to 600 p m Inclusive Vsalliesp nv tCars will leave Versailles for Frankfort every hour from 645 a m until45 p m Inclusive r Vonsallies arnndm 730 p m Inclusive Lexngton 1011pRunlng time Lexington to Verse lees 45 min Versailles to Frank fort 45 min K B CRAWFORD f j General Manager frankfort CiiioiJiiiti R IITh Midlonq ROHt L 4DealIN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 r r et MI llA1LY S o81No62 A N P M JiUNDAY No81No8i 420 Lv D Frankfort2 os 623 StunmU Ar 716 211 Blkhorn Switzer SiI2J a Stam 6 lng Ground 1013 a 241 421 686 247 680 ItGeorZ6town I 101 824 269 725 Newtownf807 7S3 869 806 311 737 CentervJUe Elizabeth Itp rf8 6 Jnnctn l 8821826 to Art i 48 fLv 880 o QCOlnects l CentraL ecta at Frankfort Union N Depot with L A = BETWEEN TlVIA TT p MAJL M j MIA L Frankfort Ar i7t7 Ar0incinnati Lv Goor Ar Lv sol d I oq CINCINNATIiAN P liPK mng610 Ar Cincinnati Lv a KBNTUCkl CENTRAL BBPOENT8 s wr d1A L Frankfor A197P A Georgetown Ajj5I a Paris LlIP 1112A A Wlnchooter 816P 60A A hteyevllle li ifiAII400P 2U A Crnthlana J64P A Richmond f mplio 80AA Cincinnati WPres A lr Louisville fltiantic Hallway A EAST lPlSUNDAY BeatMllea m and 1220 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY tatehmediateai 1015 a m and 535 R m TTYleavesintermediate points at 710 p m Trataleavesintermediate points at 355 p m The L A and the Traction Lia affords excellent service bet Frankfort and Nlcholasville kitlil mond Irvine BeattYVdlle told intern diets points For jBVersailles Ky i At Gtiesa eake Ohio Ry tvrltSchedule IB effect Nor 17 1907 Mfc ject to change irltbeat DeUce Limited for LealRrilleIfashvure XMU phis rest and Southwest 910 A M and 816 P M Daily Limited for Plhila4ekphIaPelat and Norfclk 1015 A1E mA 745 P M Daily 2Myr CHANGE OF STREET CLSCHEDULE Cart leave Capital HoW For Park LIne 615 a m and Avery 45 ntlnulM intll 11 p For Cemetery iIni 645 a m and every 4f mtaufei until IKS p m For Lalewei Una 690 a mu arid WIry 48 mliiirtit Mtll 10 11 p mITHE CENTRAL ICY TRACi CXV rc IIot y t Y M C A e II BUILDINfi AT VERSAILLE ITESELECTEDPLANS ACCEPTS AND NEW BUILDING TO BE ERECTED AT ONCE WmiO Davis J Andrew Cain and Jos M I nary who were appointed a committee to decide on the exact location of tji new Y M SBk bu ding at Vcr smiles met Monday afternoon In Ve sallies and agreed to erect the ne- home on the corner bf Main and rGreen streets It Is J be ten feet i back from the sidewall Bl a line with adIjoinsThe drawings and specifications ol Richards McCarty Bulford Colu bus 0 architects which were sent last April to the building committee rhave at last been accepted Rump- Son will begin the foundation at once the contract being given to Porter Singleton- The plans show a most exterior cut stone foundation two Story red brick with massive stone capplngs an Imposing entrance large windows on either side and the uIt stairs windows are to have ornamental balconies In the attic are windows The basement Is to have a cement floor with a gymnasium fishower baths locker rooms and the boiler The first floor has a vestibule wide hall rooms on either side to used for reading games and commit tee rooms secretarys office and lava torles Running the entire length o the building In the rear of the gym nasium 60x140 feet lighted by large windows which will be used as an auditorium with stage and dressing rooms on either end and gallery on the opposite side and end Six bed rooms a few with bath at tached and a general bath will on e the second floor Particular attention will be given 4to the woodwork All exterior frames finish are to be yellow poplar first and seconds and the Interior will be selected yellow pine The flooring throughout the building will be 18 milled matched yellow pine B grade eda grllln 214 face Steam heat an electricity apparatus for the gym Tdl be of the latest Improvement This lot and building will cost 15 000 It Is not only an ornament to the business part of Versailles hut 1 monument to the puhlic spirit ed citizens 18 COURTrOf Franklin County Makes Offer ForI BuildingsrS The State has a chance to dispose of the old State Capitol buildings and grounds to Franklin county for 50 000 the sum desired to erect a new of Franklin county has appointed a committee of Magistrates to make the offer to the Senate and House Committees on Capitol Buildings and Grounds One of the terms of the proposition made by the county pro vides that the historic o d Statebouse will be preserved Intact The object of the county in acquiring the prop erty is for courthouse purposes the presnt ramshackle temple of justice having been frequently condemned ass unsafe and wholly inadequate to the needs of the present day Should 4ti the deal go through it is likely that the present executive building will be converted into a courthouse The county officials willnot oppose the plan to convert the old State build ings Into a State Normal and Central 5Law School a bill providing for which Is now pending in the Legislature The countys offer will be withdrawn In the event the measure becomes a law R B BROWN eatiwa gate To The Democratic National Convention Senator R B Brown of Warsaw Ballatin county Is an announced can didate for delegate from the Sixth con gresslonal District to the Democratic 1National Convention to be held Denver Col July 7 Senator Brown u is one of the most active Democrats 51n the Sixth district and a tower of strength to the party He served In the State Senate twelve years ago and Is one of the ablest lawyers In the upper branch of the Legislature at the present session Senator Brown Is a most ardent admirer of William Jennings Bryan and predicts the complete triumph of the Great Commoner at the coming presiden tial election In the estimation of the Gallatlri Senator the Nebrasgan is the greatest statesman the nation has ever produced and he is glad fo aub nSf 1fJj HIGH WATER Prevents Veniremen In The Jn ner Murdep Case From ReacH Jackson Heavy rains and swollen moun streams in Breathltt county Thuid prevented the arrival of tl men summoncft for jury se special venire in the John der trial thus delaying the of this celebrated case for an Although Abner was origin ed jointly with John Smi sassination of James Coc trial Abner is to be tried separationI t J a winiess abnerwill attempt to establlsl From present indlcatio that the Abner case ma drawn out as to prevent Beach Hargis Th k be gether satlsfactor Rf Hargis he believes puj it is so ui versally agafl Bf it would hi hismcase thatu ijijpher be free from bias at thIs of the An effort is Said to have been me today to Induce Senator Alex Har to intercede in Beachs behalf wii the men back of the prosecution Senator Hargis continues to afflrih ill determination not to have anything to do with the case one way or the other Ise IS MARRIAGE A FAILURE crankyrWas sitting alone in room Ills toes with the gout were aching And his face was oerspread with gloom No little ones shouts disturbed him From noises the house was free cellarfas Nq medical aid was lacking The servants answered his ring Respectfully heard his orders And supplied him with everything But still there was something wanting Something he couldnt command The kindly words of cqmparison The touch of a gentle hand And he said as his brow grew darker And he rang for the hireling nurse Well marriage may be a failure But this is a blamed sight worse SHELBYVIttEd TO HAVE SYSTEM OF SEWERS COURT OF APPEALS DECISION UP HOLDING BOND ISSUE MEANS WORK WILL COMMENCE- AT ONCE The building of a system of sewers In Shelbyvllle is now a certainty The Court of Appeals having affirmed the decision of the Shelby Circuit Court inI the case of Topton v the City ofj Shelbyvllle in an action brought to test the validity of the election at which the vote on the bond issue was taken The Sewer Commission has advertised 30000 worth of gold bonds for sale and as soon as they are dis posed of work on the sewers will be started The preliminary map for theI sewers was made last year by a Philadelphia firm and the contract was awarded Frank Shofield Co of New Albany Ind provided a favorable decision was handed down by the higher court HOUDON8 Famous Statue Of Washington In State University at Lexington Painstaking wares by Dr John QuIncy Adams of New York assistant secretary of the Municipal Art Com mission chug resulted in the tracing of five bronze copies of Houdons famous marble statue of Washington another bronze statue of which s ands1 on Riverside Drive in New York CityThe whereabouts of all these copies had been lost eight of lor years al though diligent search had been made for them by art lovers Six bronze copies of the original Houdon statue were made in 1851 from plaster casts taken in Richmond Va by W J Hubbard a Virginia sculptor One it Is disclosed by Mr Adams researches Is now owned by North Carolina and another by South Carolina and are in In their respective State Houses A third statue is in the State Univer city af Lexington a fourth in Lafayette Park St Louis and the fifth owned by private parties Is In the Cor coran Art Gallery In Washington The sixth statue has been in New York sInce 1858 8 Congressman Helm of the Eighth distrIct has announced his candidacy a for reelection He wants a Democratic primary called to make the lomluatlon a yt 1 u- c ole are J 1tsome can not be suited Itrat all suits 1 suits suit well when you waiSFto be sUiteddnting and binding we will guarantee you a first j suit We have suited the Ilargest majority of the rchants in Frankfort for tsome time and we Tbeli we can suit yout w11 f4 The Fra ivkfort Printing Company tIncorporated t JIJf tm227229 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KYA j 0 MO no no nlJ1 n u 0 nn tIIWt MU fn1n n firr n n mw r fi tr Louisville Live Stocfc marKet CattleThe receipts of cattle yes terday were light 118 head for the week thus far 1547 The attendance of buyers was rather limit and the market light from start to finish De sirable butcher cattle were just abou steady while the medium and inferIor kinds were dull and draggy and slight ly lower than the first of the week The feeder and stocker trade was alw quiet high grades are eagerly sough after at current prices but the med Ium plain and common grades were a trifle slow yesterday Bulls firm canners and cutters slow Good de mand for choice milch cows and fanes springers common and tratYy light cows slow sale No heavy shipping cattle here yesterday the feeling OE that class of cattle just about steady The pens were well cleared last even ing but the closing tone of the market was slow calvesReceipts of calves 93 head for the week thus far 670 The bulk of the calves coming are of common quality and on that class the markett ruled extremly dull and lower bulk of the best coming are selling at 6 612 some strictly choice calves 12 to 150 Ibs are selling a shade higher HogsReceIpts of hogs yesterday were 2623 head for the week thus far 10715 There was a good healthy demand for heavy medium and light bogs yesterday and prices were a dime higher while the pig trade was rather slow good heavy pigs about 5c higher but light pigs were steady We quote Selected heavy and medium hogs 160 pounds and up 465 120 to 160 poungs 450 pigs ranged from 4 430 and roughs sold 410 down The pens were well cleared of good hogs the market closing steady on that class but rather slow on pigs Sheep and LambsReceipts of sheep and lambs were light for the week thus far 432 head The market ruled slow not much doing some little inquiry for good to choice sheep and lambs the common and trashy kinds dull and draggy at low prices SELLS HOME Judge R Frank Peak will move his family to Louisville whets he is now engaged in the practice of law during the past week sold his residence on Clay street in Shelbyvllle The purchaser is Mr George L Pickett COun- ty Attorney and the price was 5000 Possession will be given at once aC H Berryman manager of Elmen dort Farm in Fayette county left Thursday for Toronto Canada where he will be Joined by F W Harding noted breeds of Waukesha WIs to look at the flock of a noted importer Shrophiredown sheep and pick out few head tor Elmendprf arm f jJ REPUBLICANS IN CAUCUS MONDAY NIGH DECIDE TO MAKE EFFORT FOR NEW REDISTRICTING AND ELECTION LAW The Republicans in the Legislature will make a supreme and concerted effort to secure the passage of the re districting bills and a fair election law This was decided upon at a caucus held Monday night at which every phase of the matter was fully discussed It is understood that It was the temper of the meeting that these measures were more essential than any local option law and that they would be given precedence over the sumptuary measure The Republican leaders here claim that unless they can secure the enact ment of legislation that will Insure tb them an apportionment of the State into districts where they will have something like an even chance with the Democrats and the passage ot a law that will insure fairness in elections and the counting of the votes 0as they are cast they will have gained little for their efforts in carrying the State for Governor Willson and the rest of the Republican State ticket They insist that they want to remedy conditions and place everything on a strictly fair basis In this connection they point to the the provisions of their redistricting bill sever IIConSTeSSional districts are given tc including the fifth dis trict which gave Sherley Democrat an overwhelming majority over the senatorial district appor tionment they sa ythat their bill makes nineteen of the districts Demo erotic eighteen Republican and one the party stands committed to the County Unit bill and a majori ty of the Republicans would vote for it if brought to a vote thby recognize that every step of the way this measure will encounter bitter opposition and should they strake their all on this measure would likely meet with defeat and destroy every chance of get ting through their pet measure Con sequently the leaders of the party are counseling that a half loaf is bet ter than no bread and that the exi genies of the situation demand that they do not undertake to carry too big a load Some of the Republicans are also saying that it Is no more incumbent on them to pass the Coun ty Unit Extension bill than the Demo crats I 81 If cream Is kpetvtoo long it becomes bitter and full of white flakes rH hYSW ClasrifiedAdJeriIcin1J4I lIadvettscments in these columnsaar fire conies per line for each inBertionand to be paid for strictly in advance FOR S LEWe have a firstclass 1 horse power Water Motor that we will sell at a low figure Apply at this office tf FOUNDA man that didnt believe in advertising and we noticed the spiders and woven web over his door A hint to the wise should be sufficient REPAIRINGWe repair and bind any and all kinds of old books at reasonable figures FOR SALEPrinting and binding that is different from the other fellows FOR EXCHANGEPrInting of all kinds for either gold currency or silver FORSALE CHEAPWe have a 32 inch Paper Cutter in perfect condi tion that weTFiJl sell very cheap Address this office tf For Sale A handsome twostory frame residence of eigat rooms with attic over entire house This house is superbly built and finished and has rill the latest modern improve ments For terms call at this of flee FOREMAN WANTED We want afirst class newspaper foreman at tpermanentIf you can make good write us r WANTED A firstclass all round ftb t printer one that can make goodli Good wages and a permanent placed for the right man For SaleAt a bargaIn shares in a concern J doing large business Will double- your money in less than a yeari Investigation solicited ktB C CRUTCHER R F D No1 Midway K- y72t Theyre here Take your choice Equitys first deal natural leaf plug American Society of Equity l Navy American Society of Equity Twist The first and only real Equity tobacco purchased from the Burley Society Branch A S of E Winchester by the Lovell Buf fington Tobacco Co Covlngton Ky Stand by your colors Re member the names Every grocer and tobacco dealer sells them United we stand divided we tal- l72t i FraternalOrder t Eagles Moving Picture Show 1 WEDNESDAY f 4n MARCH 11 1908 mtj Opera House e THE HOLY CITY BEN BURR AND DANIEL BOONE Admission 25e2ts