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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l r ct FRAN fr wf Y NEWSjAND ROUND JaINKFKFONo29 1li00DCHANCEFOR STATE CONVENTION I Frankfort Will Make Hard Fight to Land Gathering BECKHAMS FRIENDS DO NOT THINK THAT LOUISVILLE IS THE PROPER PLACE LEXINGTON ALSO ANXIOUS Frankfort may get the next Democratic State convention A movement is now en foot to have the convention here in Frankfort Instead of in Louisville or Lexington and it is said that the plans for holding the big gathering in the Capital City will b a successful It is known that the men who were allied with Gov J C W Beckham do not want the convention held in LoulsvMlc and are willing to have it held anywhere so long as Louts JI ville does not get It When it suggested that Louisville ought ant to have the convention on of the votes cast In the Senators race by the three members from Louisville Frankfort then began to get busy hoping that they could land the convention here Whether or noi they will be successful remains to be seen as Louisville will make a hard fight and will have strong support from many of the delegates who want to be in Louisville Lexington and Frankfort are bat making strong efforts to land the convention and it now seems that there may be a chance that the vention will be held in one or the other city with Louisville left out in the cold Gov Beckhams friends do mot want Louisville to have the co vention and Frankfort people thin that they may profit by this to have the convention held here It be a big thing for Lexington Frankfort for the convention pro ably will be the largest that has been held in many years There is great interest In the convention on accou of the recent fight within the party and the fact that the reorganization of the party will be taken up andi completed at the convention dreds of men not delegates to t convention and every man who canI be sent asa delegate will go to the convention no matter where it is held The State Executive Commltee of which Lewis McQuown is chairman n will be called to meet shortly to deI termlne the time and place for holding the state convention The com mittee will meet within the next fe weeks and it Is now probable that the convention will be called for the atI ter part of June just before the Na tional convention A late convention seems to be generally agreed upon and the Kentucky delegates would be selected only a few days before they would leave for DenverIFrankfort is making arrangements for the convention and the men in terested in holding the convention here have already decided th Frankfort is perfectly capable of handling It be it ever so large The theater could be used for the con vent Jon and plenty of room could provided for the delegates and the who would attend as spectators Those who want the convention held in Frankfort say that this place has am pIe hotel accommodations to care for j almost any size crowd the CapitalI hotel and other hotels being able tnhandle even more people than would come to the State convention The Legislature brings big crowds beret and they have always been taken car of In case the convention shoul tMlservice and would be an admirableI place in which to hold the big gath spatsons were seated in the skating rink and it accommodated the big crowd nicely Frankfort Is going to make ft try for the convention at any rate and the chances for landing it seem to ber IJJWYV Nlc Invade Owter Large To No Oi Owenton Ky ght rid ers burned thre ouae here at 330 ocmorning Over 10000 co was destroyed timated at about The warehouses Society of Equity ti bacco company and Gav eye The Equity warehouse was set fire first and the flames spread the other warehouses which are the same bjock There was indepen- ant leaf stored in the Equity house This Is thought to have been the cause of the Incendarism No one saw the mob enter town and It was evidently composed of a small body of men To protect Mt Sterling from a raid by night riders a detachment of fif teen militiamen under command Lieut Jenkins has been ordered t that city FEELING TRIBUTEp TO DEPARTING BRETHREN FRANKFORT LODGE OF ELKS DOES THE HANDSOME THINGs alSAT SOCIAL SESSION The Frankfort Lodge of Elks added another laurel to their wreath on Wednesday night when they gave an elegant supper In honor of the Elks among the retiring officers on State- House square the members of the K D W force who will shortly Louisvillhe e regular meeting for the annual elec lion of officers but it was turned into hans never been surpassed In the history of the Frankfort Lodge Although the election of officers was presenlct they had it After the regular routine borfeaturbe that Col H Z Churchill better known Mntnever in its history has this feature of the annual session been so tastefully arranged During the repast thl poph8enjoyment of the eveningcThe lodge at oclock and the election of officers for the ensuing year was entered into There were several candidates for most of the places and the contest became spirited The election resulted as followsbExalted RulerC E Leading Knight W Pruett Graha nLoyal KnightC L Roberts Lecturing nlghtCharles H Mor ris SecretaryJohn H Stuart TreasurerWoodson Coleman Tiler Charles Whitehead TrusteeJames HeeneyjRepresentative to Grand Lodge Geo L Barnes AlternateJ Swl gert Taylor Mr W MoRery representing the lodge delivered an address on be half of the retiring brothers that will atlong be remembered by those whoI heard it Ho spoke feelingly of thet brothers who are soon to scatter in different directions and at the con tpplausa8e Submerged In the general feeling of brotherly love that was manifest among all p resent and tho depart ag brothers no matter where they go will never receive a heartier or a more sincere Godspeed than they received on this occasion Mr Charles J Howes representing departing Elks on State House thde s that has ever been delivered In a lodge room in this city Mr Howes paid a glowing tribute to Frankfort lodge Feeling and appropriate ad kedresses were also delivered by Messrs A J Lynch and John P Han ley The occasion as a whqje was such as to give impetus to Ito lodge in Frankfort and all of the members went home feeling heat Jt wae one of the inoet successful and enjoaj ttog yer held in thj Capital Jj iP rriMAiIN- o Coo t FdTHE BUILD W S G PUSHED cornopletion and furnishing of the nn andCapitol 16000 a th veItoedshould be retained as architect so long la time as the Capitol tom mission should determine that an architect was necessary The bill was so framed that this section could bej vetoed and the remainder of the bill approved the Republicans working mooth game on the Democrats ntj the last minute There was much disl apolntment hero when it was known1 that the Andrews section of the bill had been settled to the satisfaction of everybody The history of this Is Interesting as showing how things can be done at the last minute when everybody is thinking about getting away and few know exactly what has been done The bill appropriating money for the new Capitol was held up In the House until the last night of th legislative session on account of the fact that the Governor had sent word that he would veto the whole bill If it was passed as It had gone through the Sen Yhat with a section providing that Mr Andrews must be retained as architect This section was ao framed that it could not hav- een vetoed separately but would have to be considered as a whole with the other parts of the bill On the last night the bill was reported In the Ruleto fered providing that the present a chitect should be retained only so ong as an architect should be deemed separatemay and an appropriation of not to exceed 23000 made for the paymea t of the architects fees The amen mont was accepted the Democrats who wanted to insure Mr Andrew as architect voting for the ill as amended under the impression GormWilson Under the law any part of an aproprlatlon bill may be vetoed and the remainder approved if the sec Lion disapproved carries an appro prlationAt rate Frankfort Is most In terested In the completion of the new Capitol and wants it finished as soon as possible regardless of who is architect This completion Is now theI sured and the work will be pushed at once Attorney General Breathltt said yesterday that he expected to be n his new quarters in the now Cap 4tolreason he may not make some of his appointments under the bill allowing shim three assistants until after the new Capitol is ready to be occupied The Attorney General has not enough room now to accommodate all his force and he may not have them begin their services until the new are ready Ho expects this to officesI later than six months from now other members the Capitol Commission also believe that they will bo In the new building toy that time and are well pleased over the prospects of getting out of the old and unsanlta ry buildings which they are now oc copying A meeting of the Capitol Commission will be held within a few days and the question of an architect will be taken up The question of furnish Ings for the new building also wf 11wfihlnpf the State will tie transacted In t- htYw e building lheM i laIphcftacky Hedt npanys contract with Franz the company the exclusiverlgt tract a pipe line cross his larfHjlWit void as contrary public policy As to the damages Ito should havS been paid Franzell the coqc1emnation of the laud used y the Calor Company the court here holds that he was entitled to a sum equal to a fair market price if the owner desired to sell but was not compelled to sell srTHE TUBERCULOSIS BILL THE STATE BOARD OF HEALTH BILL ALSO GETS THE VETO AXE Gov Willson last night completed consideration of the bills which wer passed by the recent Legislature this being the last day In which the could take action Under the law which gives him ten days to or disapprove the bills any bills on which he had not taken action by midnight last night would become law without title signature Three bills thee governor disposed of these before he went home near midnight He vetoe the bill appropriating 75000 for tuberculosis hospital to be conducted by the State at some location to be selected and setting aside 30000 a nually for Its mainteance He gave themain one being the depleted co dition of the treasury At the time of going to press it was believed that he would allow the DowllngWatkins witsout his signature thre sale of school books and puts towns of the first and fourth classes outside teseleett o Strong pressure was brought to bear Ion the Governor to have him veto this thde Cso wass for State board of Health to maintain laboratory for the study of conatglous disease The Governor considered 94 bills of which number he voted 13 and signed 80 He allowed one to become a law without his slgntaure OSTPATHSMEET The fifth regular meeting of the AssoIChapel dn Frankfort on Tuesday las with the following program Ten Oclock Subject The Stomach and Intes tines Teiology of Gastric and In tertinal IngestionDr E O Vance Chronic Gastric Catarrh Dr S W Lorgan Noon Brief Business Session Gastric and Intestinal Ueuroses PetreeI Gastric and In Flatulence Hy pain const pation diarrhea hearache nausea vomiting etcDr Josephine Hog gins Gastric Ulcer and Pyloric Etenosls IDr Oldham General discussion following each discussions proved very Instructive and was enjoyed by others besides the members of whom the following were present Doctor O d Robertson Cynthlana Dr S W Lon gan Dr Martha Petree Paris Dr E O Vance and wife Lexington- Dr Virginia Amos Georgetown Dd lu Buckmaster Lexington Dr J Adsltl T VERNOR S HIS WINS TASK uses Of 41111tnd I Off ForI- EUTENANT N GOVERNOR COX BECOMES ACTING GOVERNOR TOMORROW MESSAGE BEING PREPARED Every bill which was passed by the recent Legislature has been eithe- approved or disapproved by Gov Willson who has been working until alter midnight every night for more than a week and ho now is going to New York on a business trip which will also give him a rest and change after his arduous duties Lieut Gov W H Cox will reach Frankfort Saturday morning and will assume the duties of acting governor on Sunday after Gov Willson has left Kentucky The Governor will be away about a week He has an Important law case to argue in New York and this is what is taking him out of the State restione and Gov Willson will take Mrs Willson The Governor is pret ty well tired out after the hard work afteet wrestling with delegations which wanted bills signed and he feels that gest his mind oil of the cares of State and the trip to New York will accomplish this Coydhaas had nearly ninety bills on which he had to pass either approving or dis jonb h few governors have had on account of the fact that nearly all the 1egtslnturnwere passed In the last two or thre days The Governor had practically the bills passed dumped on his ahn evarage of about 9 a day during th ten days allowed him to approve 0 disapprove bills and this was som thing of a task He had many portant bills to study and could a prove or disapprove them wiry site he had Investigated them all and site he had studied the condition of the treasury He held up all the appr priation bills until the last and is preparing a message on the subject of and financial con visionsadiscuss the needs and the bills which have been passed Those Interested for or against certain of the bills have been calling on the Governor and have been tele- graphIng him ever since he took a the work on the bills He has been getting hundreds of telegrams every day urging him to sign certain bills and sometimes as many as ten dele gations would call on him in a day antd respondence that he had to work late at night in order to catch up He had been answering his correspondence night during the last ten days Now that he has disposed of all bills he will have a rest for a while RESPITE GRANTED LEO THURMAN AT REQUEST OF GOVERNOR WILL SON IN ORDER THAT FUR THER EVIDENCE CAN BE SECURED A special from Norfolk Virginia yesterday afternoon said With everything In readiness for the execution today of Leo C Thur man for the murder here in February 1906 of Walter P Dolsen of Michigan a longdistance telephone message from Gov Swanson at 245 a m announced another respite for the con i demned West Point Ky boy until April 10 The respite was granted at the personal request of Gov Willson fthatfurther evidence EVIDENCE MUST BE IN BY 10TH Gov Swanson Sends Telegram to Gov Wilson Gov Wilson yeday received the following telegra Wrom Gov Swan VirginiaS F to your request have given Leo Thur man another respitenuntil Friday April 10 Hope you will impress upon brother necessity of completing evidence at early date GOV WILLSON MAKES APPEAL Gov Willson Thursday night sent a telegram to Gov Swanson of Vir ginia salting a short respite for Leo Thurman Gov Wlllson took this action at the earnest solicitation of C G Thurman a brother of the con demned man Thurman came to Frankfort to see Gov Wlllson and whichrto gather evidence to show that his brother did not deserve death REVERSED Decision Affecting Coal Law LESLIE CIRCUIT COURT JUDG MENT SET ASIDE BY APPEL LATE BODY IN ACTION IN VOLVING 40000 ACRES The Court of Appeals In an opinion written by Judge Lasslng Wednesday reversed the Leslie Circuit Court In the case of the Kentucky Union Com pany against the Commonwealth in volving the forfeiture of 40000 acres of land In Leslie county for the non payment of taxes The opinion says the judgment is affirmed in so far as it adjudges a for feature of the title and claim of the appellant but for the reasons indicated the court orders a sale of the land and not of the forfeited title Fieldsecompanyefailure to assess the property 1902sand 1905 requesting that transferredrprayere ofmInterest of the Ken andrarcourt for the appsoan error the judgment of sale The defendant by the express pro of the law has until the close of the first term of court of the term at which the judgment of forfeiture is entered 1n which to file his petition and It was error for the circuit court to order a sale of the property before depand bond to purchase back the property The constitutionality of this law was considered and upheld y the court in an exhaustive opinion by Chief Justice ORear in Eastern Kentucky Coal Lands Corporation against the Commonwealth atNo Whitewashing on Sunday Railroad companies must perform only such work as is actually neces Jdecision jingwhich entered a fine of 400 against the C 0 railroad for having its section hands work on Sunday Dr Wallis Durham a prominent young physician of Christian county who was indicted on the charge of night riding surrendered at Hopkins vllle rinds gave bond Dr Durham Is alleged to have been a member of the band which whipped Presley H Rogers near Era 8 At Hopkinsville Reb oWod wast found guilty oC sending a threatening letter signed Night Riders to Louis Dawson and fined 100 and sea tended to jail for three months PAGE TWO i = TEACHERS ALLOWED NO PENSIONS GOVERNOR VETOES ACT CREAT ING FUND AND GIVES HIS REASONS THEREFOR Gov Willson Wednesday vetoed the Wallace bill creating a fund with which to pension school teachers in Ixmisville who have served for a period of twentyfiVe years He offers many otions 60 the bill Aid give many reasons for not approving The bill was introduced in the House by Representative Wallace and provided that any teacher In the public schools of LouisfAp who had served for twentyfive y P would be entit led to retire on a pension Gov Willson signed the bill contin uing the geological survey under Prof C J Norwood The act appropriates 16000 for the survey and 10000 for a geological map of the State Gov Willsons reasons for not ap proving the WJlace bill are as fol lows This fs a Mil to provide for pen stoning commcn school teachers in cities of the first class The motive which inspires this bill is one which all must respect and while the first season given is te good of the school dn being relieved of the teachers who have become physically or mentally disabled in the service in order to provide bet er teachers for the chil dren the real reason Is the sympathy for these teachers which is general in every heart and while there is a great reason in opposing the oxpenslon system in civil offices and with civil employes who so earnestly struggle and compete to get these places at the salaries paid without regard to pen slon there are very few people who would not be entirely willing to pay their share of the taxed money required by this bill one dollar on ten thousand although It adds 1 per cent to the already too large percentage re quired for city taxes It is no pleasure to veto such a bill as this which was passed I believe unanimously in the General Assembly where most of the members were not Interested In the taxes at any rate but is probably favored by an over whelming majority of our people but I do not think this bill ought to be approved In its present form I one commit myself against the shallI ciple of the bill although civic pensions generally but the bill is not guarded it is open to personal and partisan partiality and it is not properly graded Merely noting the verbal mistake of using the word investigate for Invest in section 3 we find that it provides a pension for any teacher who after having taught twentyfive years anywhere becomes mentall or physically disabled so as to render necessarw their retirement from service While this bill is for tonal ers In Louisville this bill does not even require residence In Louisville and unquestionably It would entitle a teacher toa pension who had taught elsewhere twenty four and a half years and taught the last six months in LouisvilleIThis pension is 300 a year for those teaChers whose salary at the time of their retirement Is less than a 1200 and It provides 600 a yea ofKtmoretj In the first place this is not a rea eonable gradIng which would restrict a teacher who was paid 1150 a year or any less than 1200 a year to 300 a year pension and would give a teacher who was paid a few dollars 4 more a year or 1200 600 a year It Is plain that this would lead to 4t kindhearted or favoring boards ha butore their retirement to give the larger pension a practice not u common in government but one which i fx1s certainly not right In principle The provision for the retirement on their own application of teachers who have served not less than twentyfive years in the public schools of Louis J ivllle seems a reasonable one if any Tension should be permitted This bill entitles every teacher to a pension whether they need it oft not and It Is well known that many of them do not need It It seems Very clear to me that If any pension for civil employes should ever be 1 established it should be given to those ID absolute need who have not suf ficient means of support Measures of this kind impose on the future a debt for service rendered in the past which ought to be paid at the time ofi service by those to whom they are rendered There is another obJection to this bill and that is ihe compulsory levy oflr per cent of the salary of the 00000 000000 o 00 0000 00- O o 0 LOW CUT SPEMOR LADIES 0O ===== 0 a 0 1 r r 0 0 O 0 0p7a n- Q O ne ix r s o 0- Ii and BT e new C- 0 ver in ouwrt rya0o the most comfortable sl 0 Made from Patent Patent Kid T sea Calf Brown and Tan i Black Vici K do UOi 0 Welt and Turn Soles oQ PRICES 200 TO 400 0 0 We will take pleasure in showing them o 0 0 0oO0 0 QQ Crutcher Simpson 0 0 0 0 000 000000 0 0 0 yyyyfejyyyyyyyyyyg yyy teachers some of whom may not wish this levy made when they have con tracts to be paid the full salary with out deduction There is also very considerable doubt whether this contribution can be legally enforced against the teach ETa and this bill gives those who do not contribute a pension the same as those who do which evidently is unfair For these reasons this bill is there oyf March 1908 AUGUSTUS E WILSON Governor of Kentucky STATE EDUCATIONAL COMMIS SION Under the recent act of the Legislature Gov Willson was authorized d to appoint a State Educational Com mission who were directed to prepare a new schedule of laws to gov ern the common schools of the Rater The law provided how several mem boys of the Commission should b selectedOn last in compliance with that law Gov Willson announced the membership of the Commission with the exception of the lady commission er who is to be selected by th Federation of Womens Clubs The Governor Superlnendent off Public Instruction Senator J J Wat liens Representative J H Jackson Tinythee HmNormanSchool Rev Dr Frederick W Hln a it of Central University represent Ing the colleges Prof HH Marlof Louisville representing the su perlntendent and L H Taylor ofPuf laski county representing county school superintendents The commission is directed to study the present school system and devise some plan or Improvement to make a report to the next session of the Legislature a SEVERELY BRUISED As Mr Roy Wllhoit Secretary of the State Railroad Commission was 8 coming down St Clair street on Tuesday he stepped on a sewer cap which gave way letting one leg of Mr Wllhoit into the opening and throwing him violently to the ground His leg was badly scraped and his body severely bruised Mr Wllhoit taken to his homo and surgical attention at once rendered RECKLESS CONDUCT While the funeral procession of the late Col John N Crutcher wao corn ing over the railroad bridge on Wed nesday afternoon the switch engine of the L N R R pulling a train o f empty cars backed toward the bridge and notwithstanding the earnest at tempt of the bridge keeper to stop he train came steadily on until it was just above the railway below Wilkinson street and remained there throwing out steam and puffing to such a degree as to badly frighten the horses attached to several carriages In the procession and but for the quick and courageous ac tion qf several gentlemen there would have been serious accidents Those having the engine in charge can not plead Ignorance for two men were seated on the rear of the tender and watched the bridge keeper signal ingSuch wreckless conduct deserves the severest condemnation eeHORSE MARKET ACTIVE The horse market has been very active here during the past week J pure16 head Andy Graves R D Renaker James Carrlck Al Graves and others The prices ranged from 125 to 225 per heat Howard Harbison of Shel byvllle bought a chestnut gelding from Chas Cannon Tuesday for a price also one for Dr F C ilens cOI1 W D Montgomery good 4 earold bay mare from Lou Dafover local dealers during the past weekGeorgetown News ENORMOUS EGGS Mr Bert Long who resides on North Broadway in Georgtown toas game pullet weighing five pounds that lays eggs that puts goose eggs to shame The first egg she laid measured 34 inches around and 12 inches in diameter length ways Se has laid five eggs the smallest of which is 514 Inches around and 14 inches in diameter length ways Mrs Long broke itfhe smallest and it contained two yellows If this pullet lays as large an egg in proportion when she is two years old as she does now Mr Long will have to enlarge lls hen house riJ APPEAL FOR PEACE Shelby County Board of Control Urges Members to Maintain Order The Shelby county board of control of the Burley Tobacco Society has issued the following address to Its members in Shelby county To the Members of the Burley T baccoj Society The Shelby count board of control sees with much r gret the manifestations of lawlessness in some parts of the district This should not and must not be if the organization of the growers Is to iiiccfjjmpaish fasfclngly the en dls lot which It was started Namely to better the living conditions of the tobacco growers by pat ting the Industry through united ac tion on a sound and just basis rea sonably profitable to all persons con domed Such an organization with such an object can successfully con tinue to exist only in a community where peace and prosperity reign and this can only be where the law is supreme and respected by all men Having carried your burden for t years wlch no little hatfdjshipj privation to some success is begin sing to be realized Nothing can jeopardize this success or injuire our organization so muc as lawlessness Therefore from th standpoint alone not considering the numerous other reasons It behooves every man who has tobacco In the pool to use his every Influence and power to maintain peace and order he community This you are urge and appealed to do and to auppo all officers of the law and all goo thding its disregard arise SffELBY COUNTY BOARD OF CON TROL FIRE ALARM ON WEDNESDAY At 930 am on Wednesday morning an alarm from box 17 called the fire department to tao residence- of Mr Robert A Frazier City Engineer on Conway street between Fourth Avenue and Campbell where- a furiously burning chimney had set- a small blaze on the roof of the house The damage was small We would like to show you our superb line of up to date samples of modern printing Good printing and moderate prices is our hobby tu III 0 u fT 8AYURDAY MAI CH28 19P JTJVoonan L GrocercciiBoth PhoneoS I 1i i rner Main and Ann i t 11 3 It 0he Frankfort Transfer Co liI Hauling of All Kinds Office L N Freight Depot Ih Prices Reasonable Phones When Ready toiBe ServedISaffells yi 4fHasand Freshest in tiStaple and Fancy Groceries I Turkeys thickens 1 Etci M l prompt Delivery Sole Agents for i woBoth Phones Famous Seal Shipht ESTa IIf FORd l High Grade Vehicles Ifrconclusionprice is sold under J a guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle t dropUSsuit you in both quality and prices All we ask is am opportunity to ditfcups the matter with you I Sel 111VERSAIlllcES tll H K NIWG toPresidentr sand Trey t llii iliiiuiiiMi4 t ASATURDAY MARCH 28 1908 stk argufying r The clurndest place to argufy 4Illbet most anywhere w Is out to grandpaws on tho pike thererw t They oughter all been preaches anywaysisor some sucfcj Where lots of talkin pays Theres bout four dozen of us An mostly men and boys From one year old to eightyfive boots an mud an noised AnWhy goshamighty geemaneec Say you jest oughter try tItonct an smell the backer smoke An hear em argufy They dont agree bout nothin tall Religion politics Or how to tell a sheep thats fat Or what an awful fix The countrys gittin in jist npw Or why a rail fence built In dark o moon wont settle down Or why the fruit was kilt 1 It lots of fun to hear em fuss it tAn git up in the floor SV An preach jist like the preacherdoes F ISometimes theres three or four h To onct atalkin this a way An tellin how it is 1Anthat the rest haiiit got no sense Or jist enough to fizz Grrandpaws the worst of all this wayf himfipurty bad + an An Bob an Bill an all the rest 7 Take after grandpaw some 1Anseem to think the famly sensay Most all belongs to um I think some times theyre goter fight They talk so loud an strong But grandma she comes in boutthen Here Bill you run along rAncut some stove wood right away JH An Joe an Bob you two thingsIri For dinner both of you They all git out atalkin still iI An grandpaw turns to me Hits mazin what damfools Ive raised ttITerstock posterity Why dont you see I had em boat mghtrison you boots rcTheold mans always right HOWARD H FARMER j tf Li60V WILLSONS fj MESSAGE TO BOARD Must Not Be Members Of Any t Political Party Committee- II ELIMINATION OF UNNECESSARY t BEIPURCHASED BY COMPETI t TIVE L t BIDDINGI BIPARTISANy Members of tho now Bipartisan Board of Control of Charitable Instl j tutlous must resign as members of wtilchYbo allowed to take any part In politics whatJi expound Gov Willson Wednesday morning sent a letter to the four mem bers of the board Col Albert Scott t Dr Milton Board Gen Percy Haly and Mr Stanley Mllward telling them that they are to take the charitable Institutions out of politics and that no man is to be given a place in any of the institutions except on merit Ho wants the superintendents selected without regard to where they live or what their political faith may boo Tho Governors order affects three mtuibers of the board Dr Milton Hoard Is a member of the Democratic State Central Commit tee from the Fourth district Gen Percy Haly la secretary of the Democratic State Central and Exec utive Committees Col Albert Scott is chairman of the City Republican Executive Committee of Louisville and the County Coin mittee After a conslutation with the four members of the board Wednesday Gov Willson approved the bill which appropriates 67500 to the asylums at Lakeland and Hopkinsville and tho Feebleminded Institute at Frankfort He talked to the members of tho board aboutthe needs of the asylums and they Convinced him that tho money Is needed Twentyflvo thou sand Is appropriated to the two asy lums and 17500 to the Feebleminded Institute The latter Institution Is greatly In need of larger quarters tho children now sleeping In doubledecked bunks Gov Willsons letter to the mem hers of the board Is as follows Frankfort Ky March 25 1908 Col Albert Scott chairman Gen 111StBoard of Control Gentlemen You have in your care between 3000 and 4000 Insane anti feebleminded people who aro held under restraint unable to take care of themselves and wholly dependent upon the care of the officers and employes of these institu tions In the early history of such in stitutions favorites of the ihng per petuated abuses and in this country there have been some fortunately not many abuses on tho part of tho fav orites of political powers Tho result of tho experience of the best men and women Is that these institutions must bo freed absolutely from all partisan or selfish control and this principle has finally been forced upon some states in which political battles were r most fiercely waged and In every case tho nonpartisan rule has worked well and proved a blessing to the afflicted The anxiety of our people about asylums In Kentucky and the criti cisms of partisan management raised Important issues in tho last election and were the subject oC a great deal of thought on the part of the people Some few specific instances were tIll cause of debate c ar not ref niivii lessi malt oht n d Iut i ill have ne Iii ducting these Ins You hold office under t JT board of control la last General Asse by the Governor j adopted in obedlen clearly express nd that senthne Ie f conduct of tUMSi 1 your care and a nCd my promises tit oath of ofl rh fsh and par ingly upon yom r r and las true objects 5f etpas my rule In np r continuing membership on r bale tlltflIts to establish the spirit of carrying out the will of the people and freeing these Institutions from all political interfer ence and I ask your friendly and cordial cooperation and feel assured from the Individual expressions of each member that I shall have It In this plan- I therefore ask of you first that no political affiliations shall be consid ered In the appointment or retention in office of any officer or employe of any Institution under your control I shall regard it as against the will of the people if any officer or employe is discharged because of his or her political faith I shall regard it as equally against the peoples will if po litical faith In enter party is regarded as a condition 02 filling any vacancy- I ask your board to go carefully over the list of officers and employes of every institution without delay to remove from duty every employe whose labor or services are not neces sary for the good and proper care anal management of the Institutions- I ask you next to consider carefully the capability and fitness of every case in which the present incumbent or employe Is not the best man that the salary can secure that you will ct the earliest practicable date replaca such officer or employe with the best person that can be secured for the money regardless of politics I have the greatest care and watch fulness In every Item large and small of the expenses of these Institutions I do not wish them managed In a niggardly or parsimonious way but I ask of your board that every dollar of unnecessary expense shall be elimin ated and I ask you further that there Sihall be adopted and enforced most rigid rules for the Inspection of all fuel material and supplies delivered to these institutions and that in cases where bad coal or slate or other supplies shall have been received thatIyou shall Inquire Searchingly who Is to blame and take proper acv tion In all such cases I shall hold it Is against the will of the people If any member of your board or any officer or employe of theso institutions shall contin tie to bo a member of any po litical commltee or shall take any part whatever in any political or partisan campaign except to exercise his rights as adtisea to vote and to talk about such matters as other citizens do Any assessment directly or indirectly in any way of any officer or em ploye of any Institution In ycur care for any partisan or political purpose breakes the law under which you hold office and will be held as a 5eri6us cffense brlthea practice In purchasing supplies or any other purchases for these Institu tions to lu every way possible secure publicity and competition The commissioners are required bylaw to give their whole Unto to the duties of this office and It will take all of the time of the gentlemen ap pointed to faithfully perform the du tiesI ask that the commissioners shall visit theso institutions not only at a fixed time but at times when not ex petted and that they shall use every means to guard against any possible abuse or neglect of the patients or any failure to furnish the best pos sible care and treatment of the patients and that they shall do all In their power to put hose great Institu tions for the care of the helpless and the afflicted If it Is possible to secure for tin siiperlntendency of these Institution men with proper executive qualities who have had special training In the care and treatment of the Insane for the compensation provided by our laws I aslc that such superintendents be procured wherever they may be found regardless of where they were h born or live and without any regard to their political faith and if such es pecially qualified men cannot be cured I n of that yqf wm get for these places the vejr t men fthat you ffind ip nd that the ut ply to all n1ia t L In n crab err heads and heatS and to the mi and humanity H tUS E WILSON Uernor of Kentucky We will calrand show you samples of any kind of printing Use either phone No 1- 1ADVERTISED LETTER LIST The following is a list of letters remaining in the Franfort Postofflce for the week ending March 21 Barkley Miss Pearl Barnett Boon Bell Annie Berry Edw Boyle GeorgeSBoone Oscar Gallery Wm Christy Miss Ella v Combs R L Conner John Corbett Mrs Helen Famel William French Miss Mary Gay Miss Clarle Gibson Joseph Gipson Mrs Larrle v Goins Miss Birdie ft jf Gordon Charley Hamilton R F Hardwick James V Irwin H O X Johnson Geoogla A Johnson Mrs Sarah E KisseaderPearlLewise Waynard Dr J Sillier Thomas Moore Mrs Minnie Neal Mrs Emily Perkins M E v Perry Qulnee- Roseborough lij L A v V Scearce Geo T Fy Semones Mrs Fanny Shafer J A tShaver Miss Hazel Smith Neal- Stephens Mike Taylor Miss Jennie 1 Thompson Joseph Weaver Geo Wilson Emmi t Wood N J Anyone calling for these letters will please say advertised G L BARNES P M Say Ma i1 ell Ibe ei 6i a goose as you eve Yes my child if you dont ADVERTISE YOUR EGGS- in tho Poultry Department of the JonmiL Louisville Ky iisIhat WiII Grow r f year we lay In a Fresh jtk of Seeds as that is they way for us to bo sure of air productiveness You jotter make sure of your years work these Fresh Seeds judgmentour v planting seeds of in value bcsM Mjpec Ones cost no more other kind nn hniid a complete nildrctli Seeds of all Sties both ju bulk and ket Onion Sets 1 JeSlvesG DRUGGIST I Ann nil Broadway IICorner nOItT KY 11 Who Will Be- IPresident This is a Presidential Year and every man must read to keep post ed on politics Th- eCourierJournal Henry WattersonEditor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the Weekly CourierJournalBut Paper and the Weekly News Both One Year For 150 If you will send your order to This Paper Not to The Courier Journal Daily Courier Journal 600 a Year Weekly CourierJournal 200 a Year We can give you a com bination Cut Rate on these if you willwrite this paper enclosing cash with order t PAGE THREEn CAPITALS HOTEL EB WEITZEL MANAGER Special attention given to the transfer of baggage Use either phone Oldest and best hostelry in the city 4 An Ready TolVlakc e Best PHOTOSI FnmkrortBrfhegrapher j H G TTERN Liquors and Where to Buy Thorn The Pure Food Law will not affect us Wo always did and always will sell nothing but Straight Liquors at GEO B SALE DER 45 St Cla PERKINS li TRANSFER All kinds of Hauling in chiding Moving Household 15 Goods Freight Baggage cac PRINCIPAL OFFICE L F N1 FREIGHT OFFICE PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR C A FISH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON r OfflceTodd Building at S Clair Street Bridge BOTH PHONES 427 KENTUCKY HIGHLAND RAIL ROAD Beginning Wednesday December 2th the Kentucky Highland Railroad Co put on a regular passenger tray jetween Frankfort and Old Crow The construction of the road be jlillville Is being pushed as rapidly tot poslble when the service will be ex tended to Old Taylor and Millrllle Trains leave Frankfort at 6 oclock a m dally except Sunday return eng leave Old Crow at 5 p nu Double dally passenger service will be put on between Frankfort and Mlll vine as soon as the construction ii completed probably about January letThe following rates obtain Cllffside Jet 10e Trumbo 16e Gardners 20t Old Crow 26e Old Taylor so- Mlllvllle 35 Minimum charge lOc Commutation ticket books good tc64 trips and good only for use In calendar month Isued and for the par son to whom Isued Between Frankfort and Old Crow 500 Between Frankfort and Old Taylor 600 Issued by SuptApprovedS BUSH Pres i PUft Frankfort Weekly News Entered at the postotlice at Frankfort Ken tucks as seeondolaso mullable matter FRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY INCORPORATED UUBERT VREELAND Pres and Mgr M COYLE Secretary and Treasurer TERMS SIOO IN ADVANCE PARTY VS INDIVIDUALISM Frankfort stands a good chance to secure the Democratic State Conven tion and if the fight Is made nloii sane 4fe it wll be a good thing for the city Frankfort has ample fa cilities for entertaining the delegates and the State is an ap propriate caPltalthe the conven tion work with the idea of getting even with Louis- yule A movement based on pique will bring no good to anyone and will result in a bitter fight that will do the party harm It is time that all Democrats were looking to the good of t should party and Individual interests be put aside It is to be regretted that differences have occurred within the ranks but if the Democratic party hopes i to carry the election this fall they must present a solid front It mat ters little to the rank and file of the party where the convention is held hut it is of vital Interest to them as to the manner in which it is conducted Any man who uses his influence e the party to further strife and dis content is as much an enemy to the party as the man who refuses to sup port its nominees The Frankfort printing Company has just installed a large Miehl- press with a maximum capacity o 2600 impressions an hour Other improvements have also been made and the people of Frankfort are vited to call and Inspect the plant Many a good Elk will leave Frank fort during the next few weeks and lucky is the lodge that takes them into their midst The many friends of W T Grayot are pleased to know that he has been appointed Secretary of the Board of Prison Commissioners Mr Grayot Is not only one of the most popular men in Frankfort but he is also one of the most competent men that could be found to fill any position Thats right Bro Walton give the reporters thunder But dont forget to put in your bill for ten teats pe copy for your papers should you sub ply the members of the General Als serably with papers at the next ses sion even if the Auditor does cut the bill in half i CONTEST j I I LOST BY mm NEW COMB In an opinion handed down Thurs day morning by Judge Carroll th- Court of Appeals affirmed the Judg 1moat of the Jefferson Circuit Court in the case involving the construction of the will of H D Nowcomb The court here holds that Victor Newcomb x la not entitled to any part of the trust fund of 200000 left by H D New comb and says the lower court was right in determining that the money rishould go to the executors of H Dalton Newcomb The Fidelity Trust Company which has the trust in charge were made defendant in the y lower court The case settles a question involving the large estate of H D NewcombThe 1906 which requires property to be listed for taxation in order that the title may be sustained was upheld again today In the case of the Kentucky Union Company against the Commonwealth on appeal from Leslie county b ut the court decides the case on technicalities and does not go into the merits of the controversyIn of J T Thomas against Ellsworth Woods on appeal from Ken ton county the court holds Commis sioner Clay writing the opinion that in cities of the eecond class two weeks must elapse between the pass Ing of an ordinance by the two boards of the General Council In the case in point the ordinance providing for the improvement of a street was pass ed by both boards In three days t Nt f++ ONflPN 01Nf e I Reli iou i T t+NOP10Nf00rOtiNNdfP + ASCENSIONEEPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinn the rector will conduct the services 11 a m Morning Prayer and Sej mon 730 p m Evening Praye 930 a m Sundayschoc chapel Wednesday evening pra p m The public generally Inv tend FIRST BAPTISE M B Adams pastor more will preach at P Sundayschool at 945 Baracca class at 945 by the pastor Baptist Young Peop meet at 630 p m Prayermeeting Wednesda at 730 in the chapel Everybody cordially invited freeCMRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m in the chapel Christtan Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday even Ing at 730 oclock in the chapel Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct services as follows Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers and prayer at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Services will be held Sunday Mch 2t th as follows- Sundayschool in the Lecture room at 9rf5 a m A substitute teachers class will be organized at this ses sionBrotherhood Bible Class in the Mosese RfEly will conduct the class Morning worship at 11 oclock The pastor Rev Jesse R Ziegler will preach on Fasting and Self Denial Young Peoples League in the Lec ture room at 645 p m This will be a consecration service Leader Mr R K McClure Evening Worship at 730The pas tor will preach on The Rejection of SaulYou will be welcome at each ser viceSOUT HERN PRESB YTER IAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730m Subject Daniel the Great Statesman Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Everybody invited- METHODIST CHURCH Rev J S 11ra m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m Epworth League will meet at 645 p m PrayerMeeting on Wednesday teven Ing at 7 30p m Everybody condially invited to attend these services 44 HINTS FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Baked Fish Spanish Style Prepare any fish suitable for baking in the usual manner and tuff it with nesmall amount of garlic When the fish is nearly cooked pour over it a sauce made of two cups of chopped ripe tomatoes a tablespoonful of but ter salt to tase and the pulp two Chile Rarebit Melt a tablespoonful of butter in a chafing dish When well heated add a tablespoonful of Mexican pepper pulp a half teaspoonful of mustard and a little salt To this add a half pound of cheese cut in small pieces When the cheese Is melted stir in slowly three or four tablespoonfuls of milk and then add one beaten egg The mixture should be stirred constantly while cooking When sufficiently thickened serve on small spuares of toasted bread- Luncheon Ham Fill a medium Bized baking dish with altermate layers of dry bread crumbs and finely chopped ham Cover with two cups milk mixed with three well beaten eggs Salt if required and bake thirty minutes in dish suitable to place an tableGingerbread One cup New Orleans molasses one even teaspoon soda onefourth teas poon each of ginger nutmeg cinnamon onehalf cup sugar one teaspoon butter Beat well together and add one cup sour cream or milk Stir in flour so you can pour batter in tins Bake In slow oven Uc BANQUET- TO IGHTS OF tOLUMBUS sF MEMBERS patio leiattractive in defov jpp palms and red Rtns The Frankfort Rtra rendered music during th Rig in the re ception hall beh Vreen of palms and ferns The foldS doors between parlor and dining room were thrown open and one long table the length of these rooms was used and beautifully decorated with cut glassI and silver candelabra holding red can dies A red carnation was placed at each plate Thirty guests enjoyed the hospitality of the host The menu consisted of the follow ing courses Blue Points Celery Almonds Olives Bouillon en Taase Fillet of Black Bass Saratoga Chips Larded Tenderloin Potatoes Green Peas Fruit Salad Broiled Spring Chicken oa Toast Sherry Wine Asparagus Tips Lettuce and Tomato Salad Ice Cream Cake Cheese Crackers Demi Tasse Cigars Following the banquet Mr Sower who laded as toastmaster called up on several members who made short talks Father Thos S Major feeling ly handed each of the guests of honor a umall buncn of forget me nos and they in return responded with a few remarksThe toastmaster then called upon Mr Wm B OConnell who made the principal talk of the evening Mr OConnell said Rev Father the past Mr Presi dent the present Mr President the brother from Shelbyville and broth ers I blush at the introductory re marks of the toastmaster In Introducing me this evening- It is a dangerous thing to have the reputation of a speaker you can never tell how your hearers will take it and what will result therefrom Several years ago in 1895 I believe an other distinguished American made a speech in Chicago and he has been running ever since At the last meeting of this club when I made a speech the greatest one I have ever heard I clothed my remarks In words of burning eloquence to the assembly of tobacco smokers and being an Ekity man I stood my ground and so I am here to address you tonight The enthusiasm and eclat occa sioned by my former and best effort exemplified to a great degree those cardinal virtues taught by the order of Charity Brotherly Love and Patriotism and the forbearance of my brothers for If I had delivered that speech before any other audience In Kentucky I would have been arrested for a breech of the peace I recall that the occasion of the clubs former visit to and entertainment in this hospitable home was marked by a bloodless conflict al most international in its scope and which for the moment threatened the disruption of the club and the anni hilation of every thing intho mom that wasnt nailed down and impressing on the mind of our genial host the great necessity of being on when this club pulled off Its fifth evening has been one of great pleasure to us all in fact a happy mingling of regret and pleasure a regret that such a delightful evening like Tenysons brook could not go on forever and a pleasure that the host of the evening the man of the hourLs Brother John R Sower This is I believe one of the many farewell receptions to be tendered our Trust brothers who In a few days will shake the dust and germs of this city from their shoes and hie them selves to a city made famous by the Frank Fehr Brewing Company and Chris Mueller There Is always a tinge of sadness connected with partings The part ing with our money Is not pleasant the parting of ones hair in the middle la abominable and at the parting of ways one is liable to take the wrong roadThis evening the to be absent brothers have In words of pathos and eloquence told us how they regret to leave this good old Frankfort town and the staywlthusbrothers have thrown at them choice boquets plucked from the garden of oratory and the beloved pastor of his congregation in address beautiful in sentiment has jirgsented to the retiring president a et of forgetmenots N butlmowmd inldtitution ul they won s ach forgetmequicks another thing about thin our brothers will be change of scene and Know doctors recojrt nge of scene Thd illc brothers a and iqr o that the memory ofdto the contrar It king rested theirchillsnek ribbed tars at enclose this cit ity oT Frank Fehr be ty scraping edifices ev s perlty and progress Fr t car system that works tr e tween the North and South v ng south on Mondays Wednesdays and Friday and trying to get back on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays In their new home well it is sometimes worse for street car service is mighty uncertain in Louisville And my happy and Jolly friend brother Gorman can go to one ot the parks of the city where they have baby racks buy a few balls high ones take a throw and write back to us here in the settlement how he missed the be serious for a while City life is a great thing What wonder ful opportunities not only for pleasure but for the accumulation of wealth the environment of a large city af fords There great corporations which control the commerce of na tions are organized and put in motion There vast and complicated systems of railway have their centre and like the shining threads of the spiders loom fret a continent with lines of steel and weaves the warp of civiliza tion around the golden thrones ot money kings Such environment quicken the brain and give power to grasp financial problems but they chill many of the better and nobler impulses of the heart and make men cold and indifferent to the pure and beautiful sentiments of life I can not close this rambling talk without paying tribute to the charm ing wife of our host to whom we are indebted so much for this delightful ropast and who in exquisite taste has changed this always beautiful into a veritable fairy garden of loveliness in our honer So heres a toast to our wivesand sweetheartsOn an occasion like this what could we do without the splendid help of you We must always your aid Invoke You are the Queens of our homesbut you keep us broke s MARKET REVIEW MILL OFFALIn car lots Bran 2450 shorts 25 shlpstuffs 2600 Prices are 1 per ton higher In bags FIELD SEEDSChoice timothy 2 20 225 per bu clover 105012 per bu orchard grass 225 per bu blue grass fancy 2253235 red top fancy lie per lb English bluegrass 2210 rape 77c per lb whippoorwill peas 240 per bu German millet 125130 per bu onions sets 240 per bu WOOLQuotations are for Ken tucky and Indiana wools Southern wool quotations are from 2c to 3c per lb lower on grease wool Burry 12c18c clear grease in fleece 2627c good tubwashed 2830c coarse dingy tubwashed 2628c black wool 22c HAY Ndl tfinotllyt460I5No 2 timothy 131350 No 3 timothy 115012 No1 clover mixed 13C 1350 No2 clover mixed 115012 No1 clover 141450 No2 clover 131350 mixed and low grades 95011 wheat straw 55Q6 oat straw 5606 rye straw 89 On levee 6075c off per ton HIDES AND SKINS These quota tions are for Kentucky hides We quote assorted lots Dry flint hides lie salted 9c Southern tlcky green hides 3c less No 1 G salted hides 6c No 2 G salted 5c No 1 horse G salted 1753 No2 horse G salted I752 fresh and grubby hides 56c salted 6c sheepskins with wood on 6070c according to wool and size shearings from 5c to 20c goatskins 540c- ROOTSIndiana ginseng dry fall dug 5bO6 per lb Kentucky ginseng dry falldug 525 675 Golden Seal yellow root dry 150 Seneca snake root dry prime 35c Virginia snake root dry prime 25c blood root lined Ladles gored Ladies Suits colors Taffeta lined Also at CLAIR a IT prime 6c lady prime Mayapple prime 5c want off be roots ought dried before sugar cured light cure llllcheavy to llc Bacon Clear sides clear sides 8c bacon 14c shoulders 8c bacon extra 9ic bellies light 10c heavy lOcoLardPrime steam in tierces 8c in Sc pure In tierces in tubs c in firkins 10c Dried BeefJ2cV- EGETABLESPotatoes 150lb bags Early Rose 150lb Early Ohio Bliss Triumph 150lb Northern 150lb sweet 442fi bbl seed seed per seed per bbl seed per seed r l t SATURDgY MARCH2Dr I f THEINEW SPRING SUITS readytowear section Is filling up with new creationsand what a wonderful col lection of attractive garments it isiTwould be very to say which model is the handsomest for each has an beauty of Its own Its a gathering of gar ments no woman can delay vis iting f blue All well sed jextendTailored in fine worsted or Panama and handsomely tailored Jacket Silk special 25 showing a big line ofLadies and Childrens very reasonable C prleeItrl NO 4143 8T ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY t Brush Up Little It Pays The ManitoriumrMAIN STREET OPPOSITE ENGINE HOUSE Cleaning Pressing and Repairing i OUR PRESSING CLUB PAYS J ii dry slipper dry 1015c dry Dealers ginseng strings fore shipped All to be washed and well shipped PROViSIONHamsChoice and special medium rib 8c regular breakfast sugarcured tubs leaf lard 9c 103 homegrown 215 Northern 235 bag Northern and 275 bag Russets 260 bag potatoes per potatoes Yellow Jersey 250 bbl Red Jersey 275 Southern Queen 250 bbl Red Bermuda Our garment rapidly Spring difficult individuality and that Jackets JOIN scarceliifperifred2 per 100lb Havana onions 250 per crate Spanish onions 150 per bu cucumbers fancy green 2 per perdozen rlettucelettuce fine 125 per bu turnips 125 per bbl new turnips 50c dozen egg plants 360 per crate cauliflower 4 tper crate celery Florida 46 dozen r crate 3 1IJustice John M Harlan of the Unitied States Supreme Court says there fposesnever contemplated such a step He says that he will remain on the bench as long as his present good health continues t Ir r s MOISrettD TRAM MARK LIKE r UWEARS iotrU kfjyourcleaning generally I carry the celebrated Green Seal alacAm i r j 908sample books which I now have and would be to send to your home A postal or callovur phone winy IIIIbring them f 2 t FRANK GrSTAGG yU f Hardware Paints Oilsy I Glass 210 ANN STREETs 4I aSSATURDAY MARCH 28 1908 SOCIETYi A AvAAAlAltjl Ca 1 endarLAPRIL 1lr Mrs H H Roberts and Mrs W H Kldd will entertain the Lofting Club at the residence of Mrs Roberts on Conway street Wednasday afternoon GOLDEN WEDDING 4tANNIVERSARY Wednesday afternoon April 1 willII be the fiftieth anniversary of the mar 1JAand Mrs Glanton will entertain their friends from two until flvoJ oclock in the afternoon at their coun try home on the Lawrenceburg road SURPRISE WEDDING The many friends In Frankfort and Franklin county of Miss Effle Todd Lewis will be much surprised at thet following special from Richmond yesterdaySA marriage which came as a comI plete surprise to those who knew popular young couple was that of Dr James Mitchell Lewis of this city and Miss Effle Todd Lewis of Fr- ankrfort Ky which took place quietly at the home of the bridegroom on South Fifth street this evening While It was known to the members of the family that the young couple- were engaged they had not advised friends of their immediate in ltheirThe ceremony was performed by the Rev Dr Russell Cecil Dr and Mrs Lewis left immediately for a Northern town They will make their future home In this city The bride was on a visit to Rechmond friends at the time of the marriage andIa sister of Mrs Houston Wood of this cityCHILESCASSELL lFriends of Mr Richard T Chiles have received the follow lnglnvitatlonIMr Charles E Cassell requests the honor of your presence- at the marriage of his daughter 1Mattieto- t Mr Richard Tubman Chiles on Wednesday April the eighth 4- eightItoclockl1407 Park Avenue I 1 Baltimore R SVp Mr Chiles is the son of the late Mr Richard C Clues and a grand son of the late Cat Sam Sanders HIS many friends tn his old home congratulate him upon his good fortune PARRENTfTHOMSON In Cincinnati Ohio on Wednesday Col Mervla Parrent arid Miss Hinton Thomson were married Col Parrent recently retired from the position of Assistant Adjutant General and is a MssThgmsgnin a tJt the daughter of the late Mr Thos t Thomson of this county and Is a h handsome and attractive young lady She was stenographer in the Adju tant Generals office The happy cou pIe will go to New Orleans La to reside The best wishes of a host of friends attend them y 5 BOFORD MORRIS L The following note from the Cour ier Journal with 10 of much interest to the many friends pf the bride II l Nadine Buford who frequently vta her as the guest pf Miss Nan Ham mon a The wedding of Miss Nadine Bu fprd to Mr Ramsey Patterson was solemnized yesterday afternoon a 4 oclock at the country place of Miss BufonJs mother Mrs KatherIne Bu ford The Rev H W Elliott officiat ed Only the members of the two families and a few intimate friends werepreset Prior to the ceremony fMiaa Clara Arnold gave efflectlve mu i sical seiectk 4iytring thecere mony play Qg from Melatalp cr ret artis tical c wIon South ors behtz thF reNin and fe oThoArid tlful princess gown of ralfc oferbride W brides table was decotatnd in the ce idof white hyacinthi terplece hyacinths1 Mr and the evening for ew Orleans cola Tampa and other LOFTERS CLUB UNUSUAL MEETING All work and no play makes Jack a dull boyso after plying the needle diligently for many consecutive meet ings it was the industrious a members of the Lofting Club needed a diversion and at the regular meeting Wednesday afternoon when they met Mrs W E Settles residence as of Mrs R G Higdon and Mrs inW E Settle they were met by a num of young girls attired to represent seasons and informed they would a need their sewing bags The young ladles took charge of each lady wl ose birth month came In the season she represented saw that she was seated at the right table and served her refreshments There was a table for each month the year and those born in a cer month occupied the table for that January table was resplendent with snowy covering and contained a book and pencil for New Years resolutions and dainty calendars as tableI13Pokethat had occurred in the month and of the days which are said to bring good and others correspondingly ill luck The February table was prettily decorated with A border of hearts with valentines and a log with cherry- and hatchet accompaniment Mrs Foamster said It was not necessary- to speak ol Geo Washingtons birth day or of the cherry incident but gave fn origin of St Valentines and the customs which have been handed dwn to us and wound up with that oldest of velentines Roses red and violets blue sugar sweet and so are youMarch table of course was tipical of St Patrick and contained the little silk Hags place cards containing the shamrock hat and pipe The ladies at this table after donning their green hats had Mrs Edelen intelgently tell of St Patrick closing with a couplet catsI the April table was a vase of fresh violets hand painted cards representing young girls strug HUng in the rain with an umbrella at a box of dominoes as an April fool made this table attractive Miss Let tie Crowe said she knew she was ex pected to say something about April fool but she wouldnt and Instead recited a beautiful verso on the month In the center of the dining room wa the Maypole and Mrs Sallee as they danced around was crowned Queen of the May and recited one verse of to be Queen of the May Mother lurm June table being the table of sweet girl graduates and brides was decorated with roses and diplomas and Mrs Roberts repeated a verse Oh f What is so Rare as a Day in June On the July table were flags an fire works and as Mrs Nunn and Mrs Marvin Averill arose waving their flags Miss Genevieve Posey and Miss Lila Edelen sang the beautiful Spangle Banner Mrs Averill tle spoke of the Declaration of Indepan dence and gave anecdotes and incl dents of that time Naturally yap think of fans and Parasols in Augijst and they wer favors at thlf f le with poppies the center rij Hobson gave a vSl on Slumber1- The September table was decided ly seriously tooking with its hook and slates IIhe middle of the table was a little girl with her tightl plaited hair rlting I loye you o dressedIpockets and sunbonnett made a little speech Twinkle twinkle little star etc She said after tasting her candy deUghtetThe October table was decorated with Autumn leaves and Jack olanters and in the center a bowl of blf red apples Mrs Hendrick explained in a happy way the origin of mysterious HalloweenThe table was artistic with cornstalks tied with yellow rib bon In the center of the table we little pumpkins filled with bonbons were placed as souvlnlers Mrs Getfo told of the American Institutions Thanksgiving and football Jt Of course December had a Chris mas tree and little stqtfklriK with candy and Christmas bells and a Adef Mrs J A presTltvity and d wldo yam and vlr unn and spring GenoyfaV Edelen atHendri and oil The vapanci s wer Mrs John Wllll 1tJ Mrlf H L Bn fletSJtI Clay Mrs J D 1fi lason Mrs Dyke Hallrhig qf Danville Mrs Tylfer of PrifJI tnMxm Chas Saffell Wlss vLU lire and Miss Lockotte Smith t Ife is thought the ladles will go top utlr sewing with fresh zeal r PERSONAL NOTES Miss Todd Saffell has returned from visit in Louisville Mr Ben T Coleman of Louisville was in the city Tuesday Mrs S J Shackelford and children visited In Louisville this week Mrs Cecil Farmer visited friends Shelbyville this week Judge Jrr Nunn loft Tuesday for visit to Marlon his old home Mr John S Cannon spent Sunday with his brother Hon W L Cannon at of Benton has returned from a visit to Pewee Valley Mrs Waller H Lewis who has been visiting her mother Mrs Ben Hardin Helm in Louisville has returned to her home Mr R H Berryman and daughter Miss Buford left Tuesday for their home In Louisville Mrs Wm T Herndon returned on Tuesday from a visit to Mra John Morgan in Lexington J lIlrSlJJohn F Lewis of Buffalo N Y who has been the guest of relatives here has returned to her Effle M Lewis Is visiting rela Lives in Richmond and other points inVirginiaMrs C W Beckham was the guest of her father Mr J A Fuqua a Lakeland this weekt Mr Andrew Nichols law clerk for Judge Nunn left Tuesday for Wick llffe Mr Dudley Lindsey U S Clerk at Owensboro visited his father Mr John B Lindsey this week Mr George W Long U S Marshal Western District of Kentucky Louis vine was here Tuesday Hon D D Sublett of Salyersville was in the city on legal business this John M Bullock of Lexington was the guest of his brother Mr Ca bell B Bullock this week Dr O M Buckmaster of Lexington was In the city on Tuesday Mr James A Hodges of Louisville was called here to attend the funeral of his brotherinlaw Col John N Knott of Louisville at tended the funeral of Col John N Crutcher tibia week Mrs James P Amsden Mrs Jean Amsden Mobely Miss Belle Given- and Mrs Susan MoLeod of Versailles were in the city Tuesday shopping Mr Walter M Franklin and family left Monday for Louisville where they will reside in future Mrs J B Lewis of Versailles attended the funeral and burial of Col John N Crutcher on Wednesday af Owen Moore spent the week countyded from Louisville where she was the guest pf JfcbaJgarafci Norwood Mrs BarJ Harris sprart sever i finesnMiss Elizabeth Buford has returns to her home In New Castle after visit with her brother Mr J T Bu ford and wife 1Miss Way Donaldson left yesterda- e for Louisville where she will make her future home Mrs S R Weakley has returnee opensseveral days with relatives Col Ed Q Abbott wife and chi nighnto make thjtt city future home 1Judge H R French has returns spotfromseveral days with his family Mr Albert H McClure spent t week In New York City on business Misa Tyler of Louisville cam Thursday for a visit with her sister tire Wilmot H 1C1ddoh Fourth Canada Rodman has returned to her home In Louisville altar a visit with her niece MdseHunt Rodman at Mrs Stpleton Johnsons on 13eci5nd jR t4hie es n i r r Cafe MraeatXon J 8 We pply You Ebner Co 312 Main St J street Miss Kettle Belle Fuqua and her guest Miss Isabelle Thomas of Athens Ga spen i the week as the guest Miss Louise Kasalmen in Wood ford county Mrs Jackson Morris will early next week leave for iher old home in New Jersey where she will spend several weeks among relatives Mrs Thomas Rodman and Miss Lucy Rodman spent Friday the guest of friends In Louisville Miss Sarah Mahan has returned from Lexington where she spent several days with her aunt Mrs C of Scotland who is now visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Andrew Ellison at the WelssingerGaul bert will go to Frankfort this morn- Ing to spend the day with relatives and will return home this evening Thursdays CourierJournal Judge W S Pryor who has been very ill with la grippe at Newcastle is at his office In this city again Mrs J Q A Stuart has returend from a visit to her daughter Mrs Wm M Rodman in Philadelphia Penn Mr J W M Stewart of Ashland was in the city on legal business Dixon of Louisville who has been the guest of Miss Flora Rea has returned home Editor E D Shinnick of the Shelby Record was a visitor here Tuesday Mr Roy Gray left for Chicago Saturday to take a position with the Nel Bon biarris Packing Company Mr W R Lyons of the Secretary of States office was called to his home at Munfordsville by the dan gerous Illness of his mother Mr Jesse M Alverson the accom modating Assistant Clerk of the Sen ate completed his labors and let for his home at Stanford on Monday Rev J M Severance went to Yen sallies on Sunday morning and delivered a strong address in the later est of the Y M C A at A Union Service held at the MetlWdfst Church Mrs Jno W Roi ian went to Louisville yesterday to meet her daughter Miss Gladys who has been the guesi of frieadV in Knoxvllle Tenn The remained over in Louisville last even ing for the Fiske engagement at Mc CauleysMr Mrs Joseph C Van Meter of Lexington who have been Rpendinf the winter at the WelssingerGaulhert in Louisville have gone to Lexington for A few days to make arrangement for the speaiiyi of Ihclr country plaa for the summer 11Miss Emma Roy of Xtruisvillerwbe W1lDthe last two months returned home Tues RossIWilliam D Roy atthelrnonie on the Newburg road for several weeks eXContcoun ty left Tuesday morning for Boston saltf of several months in the British lies Mrs Thos J Nunn and daughter Miss Virginia Nunn spent several days guesthes Louisvilleecame a s Anna Mitchell on Holmes street Mrs Jennie C Morton and Mis Sallle Jackson have returned from Louisville where they spent several days with friends Miss Cornelia Gordon who la at WEITZEIS SpringDressGoodsExhibit The newest the best the latest the Cream of the market is here With an eye payour pusee andtasWwe have made a selection that stands second to none let us say right here the prices will delight you in great SilkIremand for dresses we have them in dots stripes solid colors and the LEAD of them all is MONEYBAK All the new shades of Wool Dress Goods 50c 60c 75c Jfel and 125 per yard See our Gold Medal Black Goods II25cII IYOURBELTING MACHINES THE CAPITAL FOUNDRY MACHINE CO CAN FIX IT Holmes Street Both Phones i YOUR i YOUR MOTORS BOATS I tj Just Received A Car Load the Celebrated North StirR- efrigeratorf 4 t Sold Exclusively By f JH Sowet Hardware 00 Incorporated 4 Main Street Boil Phone tending school at Vfcssar College came last night for a visit with her aunt Mrs Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill itirsT Morgan Chinn spent Thurs day in Louisville las a guest at the Seelbach Mr W H Posey has returned from a business trip to Louisville Miss Bessie Cutter has returned from Louisville where she spent several days with friends Mr and Mrs S U Saufley spent several dayo this week as the guests of relatives in Lincoln county Mrs Browa Day has returned from Crescent Hill where sho was the guest of her Mrs JT Galnes Judge and Mrs Jno D Carroll a- npiiiaimslIiI d PAGE FivE II de of Mary sister 1 children left yesterday for New Cas tle where they will spend several and Mrs Henry S Barker left yesterday for Louisville where th4y will spend a two weeks vacation Miss Annie Abbett will remain here the guest of friends until Monday evening when she leaves for Louis vllle to make her future homo Gov Willson wound up his conald eratlon of the bills passed by the Gen eral Assembly yesterday and will leave for New York Saturday night to remain a week The Governor signed the bill permitting it rance companies to Incorporate in Kentucky with a capital stock ot tfOOQQ t IPAGE SIX FINAL CALL k11GOMES TO JNO N CRUTCH ONE OF FRANKFORTS OLDEST if MERCHANTS AND HONOREE t CITIZENS DIES MONDAY t MORNING On Monday morning last at 2 30 DD0lock Col John land erutcher entered Jnto rest after a prolonged Illness mused by la grippe and the rto8rniUes Qf age i ni lair Crutcher it as born In this county When a alenred 1he came to this ci y and f position with Mr James M Gray Cur nature dealer and auctioneer Later he was with the lamented Mr Wm A lti Todd When Mr Todd removed to t Todd When Mr Todd removed to Jessamine county Mr Crutcher went with the late Mr Jno B Lampton to Catlettsburg remaining there until 1 Mr Lampton sold out his business Mr Crutcher then returned to this city and engaged In the shoe business t with Mr Edgar Keenon under the firm style of Keenon 8 Crutcho f1 Later he and his father Inlaw C ol A G Hodges leased and operated i1 the Capital Hotel duringtbe ctvil t War YTii iw ler The lease of the hotel ex p pared Mr Grutoher again entered the boot and shoe business which he con ducted with success until an advantageous offer was accepted and he reo tired He then entered the revenue service and remained as a storekeeper some three or four years when he reo h signed and returned to his farm and at the same time conducted a retail grocery and dry goods store on the agIfor rest caused him to permanent retire from business By his thrift energy and economy he had accumulated a comfortable f estate l Mr Crutcher would have been 7- 8llyeaTS of age had he survived unW 1908 t He was a genial warmhearted and i generous citizen As to his private life and actions he was reserved and kV shy and but few knew of the acts of charity and kindness that so thickly 2 lined his pathway through life The poor and needy always found In him a friend In their distress He was a member of the First Presbyterian CEuroh and one of its staunchest ad herentsThe only positions of public tust he ever held were those of Colonel up fition the staff of the late Gov L W Powell a short term In the internal revenue service town trustee of Belle Point and four years as memo ber of the Board of Education of thls city In all these positions he rendered an Intelligent and faithful tser vice He was open and aboveboar In his notions and scorned the timeserver and the hypocrite In February 1860 he was united In marriage to Miss Martha Watkins Hodges third daughter of Col A G Hodges and wife to whom Were born three sons Albert H John N Jr and Wm T Crutcher and four daughters Annie M and Carrie Sterling Crutcher Mrs Elizabeth H Lewi 4and Mrs Mary W Rodman two sons and one daughter preceding him to s fae other shore In all tins y have passed yriedtitfhc lnce he wafe and his good wife have stood In the storm and sun shine hand lA hand he ever being ready to assist her in her many labor r of love and mercy 1Mr Crutcher was a virile attrac tlve and humorous wrltej1 and con ftrlb ted many articles to the news papers in the past advocating meas dotires of public utilityand benefit He was also a poetof no mean or der and many of his productions wer real gems of the first order But for 7 his modesty and dlffidence in this re gard he might have achievljSlJdJstinc r and prominence He wrote under the non de plume of Newland He retained his love for the muses oven to the end and several of the New Year addresses of the Yeoman Commonwealth and Roundabout were from his facile pen His humor bubbled over at alII times He enjoyed jokes1 and fun ell proper shapes Many of his ofI tical Jokes have become widely fciere and elsewhereIOwing largely to the push and pub ate spirit which characterized Mr tSrutcher the thriving little suburb formerly known as Belle Point grew BO rapidly that it is now an import imt part of the third ward of this ills r in his passing away Frankfort Franklin county and the State have lost an enterprising and publicspirit ed citizen who was always in the front rank of progress and his fam fly have lost a devoted and loving bus- band and father The funeral cervlceg were conduct IrIF YOU BVY Tl1am c5piTSEIABERT j AItT TtJAT MONEY CAN SECURE i- imqr e ees2fe o Wa1che SS EtcI L1 of Frank I MI A t R J ELERr1 WOU BUY IT AT 8ELBERT8 iT ed from the residence Kentucky avenue on Wednesday afternoon by Rev J R Zeigler his pastor and the reo mains were laid away In the family lot with his kindred dust in our cemetery To The Memory of Col Jno N Cru cher His life work ended and the face land form once so familiar vanlshe from sight the swelling sorrow that fills the heart Is only solaced and softened by the comforting though that to man and to his Maker his ser viee was true and faithful He wll he missed sorely missedfor fron the white haired remnant who yet linger this side death chasm and who were hi helpers and colaborers in philanthropic work down the line to the little village tots whose faces dimpled with sunshine at his kindly greeting his memory is as fresh and fragran as the blossoming jonquils that dui ng his last hours initialed his nam apartment from whence his spirit ook its flight John N Crutcher was no ordlnar man His mould was of the strenuou ype To him to conceive was to ex acute To the task he brought an energy that was irresistable and a perseverance that was without limit le believed in the good the true the beautifuland the tender invocation Lead Kindly Light was the inspiration that guided his spirit upward to the life eternal The best energies of his nature vere given to the developmentI of the moral and the city In which he had lived so long ind loved So well With rare origl naive and suggestive powers he was the first promoter of many public enterprises that ripened into rich fruition His heart was ever Inter ested In the educational uplift of the outh of the city The first setlei and founder of the city addition mown as Belle Point he was first in all movements contributing to its growth often giving from his own means to promote the public welfare He took a brood view of the duties of life accepting and believing the relations of humanity to be reciprocal To visit the sick in their affllc ion to lighten the burden of the helpless and to widen the Gospel fluence he conceived to be a high IChri8 ian obligation The mission hurches at Leestown and Bellepolnt were largely the result of his Indl dual efforts and the latter his favorite resort He did not parade his charities but iany a poor heart has been made glad by hid helping hand in the be tpwal of food raiment and shelters nature was ever responsive to the such of sympathy and In the hour 6l Istress his presence answered the call He abhorred immorality in of its details He worshiped only the good the beautiful and the true The ractlcal humorthlat ran a silver thread through his character was ia magnetic charm that bound his sends to him closer still The Htr tle children who daily watched for and cheerily responded to the challenge of his greeting will testify to- Ihls kindly and genial instincts As- the shadows fall about those wlio knew him best and who loved him most there comes Into their Hearts Ulte a rainbow of promise the sweet consolation that In all the realm of long life hedid his duty faithfully as t1 cltizent4a man and as a Christian S There is no office In Kentucky outside of Louisville that is better prepared than we are to do any kind of 1llInting and we are ready to prove tl1is assertion to any doubting lomasscs Our press room is now mplete in every detail Our line type is far superior to any in the- State while our bindery is perfect Let us figure on your next job and we- show you that we can do good- work on short notice MAR1JfGRAI2046 New Orleans and return 1915 Mobile and return from Georgetown Ky via Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale February 26 27 28 2D March 12 goo returning Mardi 10th 1908 Ask agents for information or write H C King G P A Lexington Ky NEW CAPITOL 4 NEARING COMPLETION AND WILL BE OCCUPIED BY STATE OFFICIALS WITHIN NEXT FEW MONTHS Members of the new Capitol Com mission who are Gov A E Will son Auditor F P James Secretary of State Ben L Bruner Treasurer Edw Farley and Attorney General Jas Breathitt now expect to be in their new quarters in the newin their quarters in the new capitol within the next six months The building is being completed rapidly and Judge James Breathitt attorney general said Thursday morning that Ille saw no reason why they should be In their quarters before sdx mouths had passed This may apply to only a few of the offices which can bo transferred easily and which dc not have so many records and filing Cases to be carried across the city of Frankfort but It now seems that the new building will be oc pied In part at least before frost falls in the aut umnWhen the capitol commission meets again it will take up the question of an architect for the building after Frank M Andrews the present archi tect completes his present contract which has some time yet to run It will not be necessary to select an architect until the building is ac tually completed and ready for the furnishings as Mr Andrews will con tinue as the architect until that time The next thing will be the erection of a power plant to light and heat the building and It may be that some other architect than Mr Andrews will be selected for this or a special con tract will be made with him It has been suggested that he might sell his present plans to the commission for a less sum than the usual 5 percent which Is allowed an architect on all work which he undertakes- In finishing up the grounds and the street approaching the capitol it probable that Mr Andrews ideas an plans will be used Mr Andrews may not be retained to superintend this work however as It Is said that the capitol commission does not think It necessary to have an architect for this work Now that the capitol Is nearing completion there is the old talk of a bridge across the river at the foot of Capitol avenue which races the new building It Is estimated that such a bridge would cost ibQut 100000 and Mr Andrews timates that the street could be put ltt good condition and all the approaches made presentable for 150 000 This work Is to be done some time soon and will add greatly to the appearance of the capitol Pleasing particular people In prInt- ing is one of our specialties We print anything and we print everything right We will print plan and execute any kind of an advertising plan you may have in view All you will have to do is to tell us what you desire to We will do the rest PRIMARY TO BE CALLED IN FIRST DISTRICT FOR MAY 30 TO NOMINATE CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS In pursuant to a call of Chairman Mott Ayers the first district Demp cratlc Congressional Commettee me In Princeton Wednesday to determine the time and manner of nominating n Democratic candidate for Congress The meeting was called to order at 1030 oclock by the Hon TdlTr Stevens chairman of the cd County Democratic Committee v presided In the unavoidable absen of Chairman Ayers The Hon Clan Nunn of Marion as secretary of the committee upon motion read a report recommending that a primary election be held In the district on Saturday May 30 and setting Tuesday April 14 as the limit for entries and pay the entrance fees Should there be but one announced candidate bj April 14 the call for the primary election will be rescinded and the com mittee will meet In Paducah on April 18 and upon resolving Into convention will make a nomination which will more than likely be the lIon Ollie M James the Incumbent for there Is now no other prospective candidate MAJOR SINCLAIR Former Mayor of Georgetown and a Prominent Banker Dies Wednesday Major A H Sinclair former may or of Georgetown cashier of the De posit Bank 8 Trust company and for twentyfive years one of Georgetowns most prominent citizens died Wed nesday afternoon of pneumonia fol lowing an attack of grip He wa past exalted ruler of the Georgetowr lodge of Elks and was one of the surviving members of the Gen John H Morgans famous brigade Majoi SInplair was also chairman of the committee which sent out blank peti Lions for the pardon of Caleb PoW ers DE MOLAY Commandery Of Louisville Inspected By Mr Geo A Lewis Of this City AIllays Commandery Np 12 Knights Templar at the Scottish Rite Cathe dral at Sixth and WalnU streets In Louisville Wednesday evening Com mander Brainard Lemon conferred membership on two applicants at that meeting The Louisville Com nmndery met that night and organization of companies for battalion drill was considered The meeting took place at the Masonic Temple Communicated Mr Editor l I was curried to the Kings Daugh ters Hospital on March 7th to be operated on for appendicitis and was back homo in two weeks feeling almost myself Think old reliable standby Dr U V Wil Hams than whom none is better The nurses were kind pleasant and attentive they made me feel as though I were on a visit among my friends and not at a hospital to un dergo an operation May all those Whose misfortune causes them to go to the K D Hos llpitnl for relief tare ss well as myself MISS BATiTflB SOANIaAND t 1 SATURDAY 1908 The typewriter user always expects more and better service from the RemingtonTypewriter than from any other writing machine He has reason to a right to and we want him to Remington Typewriter Company New York and Everywhere 246 4th Avenue Louisville Ky EXCEEDINGLY LOW RATES ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP TOiTHE WEST SOUTHWEST AND i NORTHWEST VIA THE HENDERSON ROUTE f i FROM LOUISVILLE KY HOMESEEKERSROUND Tickets on sale February 4th 18th and March 3d 17th Return Limit 25 days OKLAHOMA CITY29ooALA- MOGORDO NM 3500 DALHART TEXAS 3250 FT WORTH TEXAS 3250 SAN ANTONIO TEXAS 3250 EL PASO TEXAS 4150 MARCH 28 COLONIST ONE WAY Tickets on sale Daily March lit to April 30th PORTLAND ORE4110SEATTLE WASH 4J70I TACOMA WASH 4170 SPOKANE WASHh 4170 SAN FRANCISCO CAL 4070 J LOS ANGELES CAL 4070 CORRESPONDINGLY LOW RATES TO OTHER For further information address POINTSiPAUL ESCQrToTrav Pass Agent L J IRWIN LOUISVILLE KY I F 1 1 Heell- eyNtWeek I Will hold a Special Sale of Ladies Suits Skirts Jackets and Wraps t The styles are n uptodate but not outlandish Monday and Tuesday Easter Sale of Linen Lawns and other specials J1 in Linens Your Presence Will Be Appreciated i1r5 Wi SATURDA MARCH 28 1908 Sittle Drops of XDatcr i Little drops of water Little grains of corn Makes a fellow sorter Wish he wasnt born Makes him sit and wond Feeling pretty b Where in duce and t Was the fun he Hopping off the WK Just to get the wl Climbing back a jag For another trip Vowing in a viciou- sDeadinearnestr way Not again by gracious Till the judgment day Little drops of water ir Little grains of corn Where the road thats shorter 11 To a crown of thorn H H FARMER HEMP TO REPLACE TOBACCOS 1W ICH HAS BEEN THE MOST RE MUNERATIVE OF ALL KEN TUCKY CROPS The general conclusion of Kentucky farmers to cut out tobacco the present year will necessitate the plant jng with other crops of the area here tofore devoted to tobacco There will be much corn planted tout this crop Is not a highly remune rative one Nelthjer Us wheat or oaiis and hay Is uncertain as to yield And quality With tobacco the most remunerative of all Kentucky crops cut out by reason of the danger precipitated by reason of the danger precipitated by lawlessness farmers will naturally seek to raise some other good paying crop and the only one known that ap proaches tobacco in value In hemp On an average at present prices it is worth about half what tobacco Is The present market price of hemp Is 6 a hundred while tobacco Is worth about double on an average Hemp however is raised with a great deal less labor After It comes up and the ground is shaded it requires no more attention until It is lcut spread and stacked During tire it Is taken from the stack spread again and left until well rot Ited that is until the effect of the rain and snow loosen the fiber from th sbalk when it Is taken up again and broken out IThe old hemp breaker of the pas t passing away and th younger men do not take kindly to hemp cutting or breaking This has forced the invention of machines for such work Cutters have been made that do their work well The cultivation of tobacco thJs marketeda full year Hemp requires about the same time or nearly long but Its care Is given only at times It takes less labor and pays well when there Is a good crop seed are worth nearly double 1Hemp what they brought last year the price being now 450 a bushel The yield of the 1907 crops was one 1ofthe best in years many crops averaging 1500 Ibs to the acre At the present price that would bring a return of 90 an acre it costs about t leaves the grower a profit of 60 on j a good crop LAYMEN MISSIONARY MOVEMENT fhepw1l1Ibo held at the First Bap tist Church of this city on Sunda March the 29th a meeting in the In threat of the movement known as to- Laymens movement Representative from all the sixteen churches of the association will be present and will be addressed by eminent men who are now engaged In this work The Baraccw Class will first engage the attention of tho visiting men then they will be Invited to hear the Right Reverand A V Sizemore speak on Missions In the afternoon at two oclock mon only will be addressed Hon John H Chandler of ImlBville Ky on the Mission and purpose of the new move- menti You are Invited to attend these sor vices II I NO CROP THIS YEAR Leading Independents of Woodford County Decide to Abandon Tobacco Raising The announcement has just been made by Dr Samuel H Halley and Mr Patterson Steele of the Paynes Depot community that they will make no attempt to raise tobacco on their farms this year realizing that under the existing circumstances such a course is wisest and best for them These gentlemen are two of the most prominent Independent growers in WoodfordIn last sale of pooled tobacco made by the Burley Association 560 hogshead went out from that stored in Woodford county One hundred and sixtyeight hogsheads of this amount will be taken from Woodford warehouse It is believed that the rest of the 1906 crop will be called for at an early date Of the poled tobacco recently ship pod from Woodford county Mr Geo Plshback received the highest price Two of his hogsheads were sold at 24 cents a pound State Fire Marshal W F Neikirk Is now in Woodford county invest gating the recent barn burnings by night riders in that and Scott coun ty A strong effort will be made by the authorities to ascertain the guil ty parties Mr Neikirk will have the assistance of the Law and Order League In his investigations UNDER GUARD Tobacco May Be Raised In Fayette County by Independent GrowerseThat some of the independent tobac co growers of Fayette county content plate raising a tobacco crop this year nighteriders was evidenced here today when a prominent independent grow er offered a Spanish war veteran 100 a month and board to guard a tobacco bed which he proposes to plant egldiesr teo accept but he has the matter under consideration and says ho may under trice the job COL A B HAMMOND A CANDI DATE FOR DELEGATE Col A B Hammond the well known lumber merchant and Republi can leader of this city has announc ed this candidacy for delegate fro the Seventh Ashland Congressional District to the Republican National Convention at Chicago Ills Mr Hammond Is for VicePresident Charles W Fairbanks as the Republi can nominee He is a great admire- of the Indianian ant will stand or fall with his leader Mr Hammond Is a clever gentle man and a fine business man His counrright for their mans OLD MILAM REELJUST AS GOOD AS EVER Mr John Mllam of this city who still manufactures these celebratles has received for repair from Mr R A Burnslde of the Revenue Depart ment in the 8th District a reel that his father Copt B C Mllam made 66 years ago It is In flue condition and needs but little beyond a good oiling Mr Burnside says that the reel was purchased by a congregation for a preacher at o boat of 20 and presented to him on his birthday The preacher sold ib for T8 to a friend of Mr Burnslde who bought It and has used it ever since 181 j EXTRA FEES CAN NOT BE ACCEPTED BY COU TY ATTORNEYS SAYS APPEL LATE COURT IN RENDER ING A DECISION County Attorneys cannot receive a t ditional fees for services perfi Iin the regular course of their ej ment by tho countyeI hII down Tues 1 s hotifqIv nll sl t r fi t i n off from aca o vbuk done in the servltd counTy Terrell was engaged by the Fise iurt of Trimble county against tb hwood Distilling Company of TrlnV county He was to receive 25 rirc jnl of the amount collected He rurought suit and recovered 1351 of which he was to receive 25 per centc This amount he held out as his feec Suit was brought to recover the amount from hint He plead In de fense his contract with the Fiscal Court and also set forth that he had spent 100 in traveling expenses while making the collection The court here hold that the contract with the Fiscal Court was void and that Terrell was not entitled to any extra fees butl must do the work for the regular salIary which was paid him by the county for acting as its attorney The court holds however that he was entitled to his necessary expenses Incurred outside the county while making the in another opinion holds that a property owner cannot recover damages for a change in the grade of a street The decision was given In the case of the city of Owensboro against Nicholas Hope- SENATOR BRADLEY In Demand By AntiTaft Republicans Over The Who Want To Hear HimIFriends of Senaor elect W 0 Bradley say that his open and deter mined opposition to the nomination of Secretary Taft for President and his strong advocacy of the nomination of Vice President Charles W Fairbanks has given him a Iiiph posi tfctfi n Ithe ranks lot Republicans throughout the United States who are opposed to the nomination of the Ohio manThey say that the new Senator has been invited to make speeches in nearly every State In the Union and if he should attempt to fill all the en gagements he has been Invited to make that he would be traveling al most constantly from now until the Chicago Convention Is held in July Bradley Is a favorite theysar with the Fairbanks Hughes Cannon Fora her and Knox men throughout the country and they want to see and hear him MR STANLEY MILWARD AP POINTED ON BOARD OF CONTROL On Saturday afternoon in accordance with the recently enacted law Gov Wlllson appointed Mr Stanley Mllward of Lexington as the fourth member of the State Board of Con trol of the eleemosynary institutions of the State Mr Milward is a well equipped and popular business man and will make an efficient member of the Board The Board as now constituted con sists of Col Albert Scott of Louis vine Mr Stanley Milward of Lexington as the Republican members Dr anmd Gen Percy Haley of this city as the Democratic members At a recent meeting of the Board Col Albert Scott was elected as chair man rBOONES PORTRAIT Which Adorns Old State Capital Only One In Existence There never was but one oil por froam and that was by Chester g a dlBtlarulshed artist of Boston who came to Missouri In June 1820 who painted It In the residence of Flanders Galloway Boonos scainlaw wKere Boone was then living near the village of MartJnsvllle in War ren county Tile Rav James E Welch one of the oldest Baptist preachers in the State and father of AIkman Welch Attorney General o Missouri during Gov Gambles ndmin Istration sat In Boones bed behind Boone for him to lean against while Harding painted the picture the plo neer being too feeble to sit alone Hardlngs portrait a Boone now hangs in the State Capitol at Frankfort tj t r STAMPING GROUND MrLewis Wiley ana family spent Sunday wlh his father Mr Alvin Wiley in the county There will be services at the Christian cifeach Sunday from now Oflit t Miss tuvall reed home I wcf sir Ri where she in beer here Satur aft fig cow- SOrton a gu e Fr was de- ow Franklin t coo es J Jlhr toeXlcca Greenup FranklinaJl1t here for burial- me irrftpoiisrtJle yoiig men had a lot of fun with thestaid citizens this town Monday night by giving- a correct Imitation of a night riders I raid Fortunately for the boys no vas hurt but it is said that the entire adult population of the flourishing burg was under arms within an hour or so after the night riders disappeared and it is a wonder that no one was Injured These things are like fire dangerous to handle es pecially in the present strenuous conditions existing Mr J R Tucker sold publicly Saturday thirtytwo head of mountain mulch cows at from twentyelght to fiftythree dollars an average of about thirtysix dollars per head Mr Tucker will make another sale In two or three weeks The local lodge of A O U W will give an oyster and Ice cream supper at Town Hall Friday night March 27th to which everybody Is ImiiedI Good music to enliven the occasion is promised A telephone message was received here Sunday afternoon that Rev J H Cannon who was born and reared near here had died that day at Swal lowfield Franklin county and that his burial would take place at Monterey Owen county Tuesday A good man Peace to his ashes Died At her home on the White Sulphur pike of that dread disease tuberculosis Mrs Mary E Robinson wife of C V Robinson aged thirty years and six months Deceased possessed a most lovely Christian character exemplified by her devotion to her to her duties as wife and mother neighbor and friend Of a sweet and sunny disposition she was beloved and held In high esteem by all who knew her and she well knew that death had set his mark upon her for many months She never murmured or repined as she drew near the dark river She will be sad ly missed by a large circles of friends and relatives She leaves a devoted husband and four little children daughters to mourn her loos Eld G W Hill con ducted a touching and Impressive fu neral service at the Baptist Church Sunday morning which was attend by an unusually large audience more than could be seated and the editerment followed in the Masonic tery The floral offerings were tiful and appropriate The pall ers were J W J A D C L F B G Jr and C F Robinson brothers inlaw of the deceased SCOTT a BRYAN ON ADVERTISING It is the lot of the wise men to asked e fool questions In fact the ask ing is an acknowledgement of the wisdom of The man of whom the Inquiry Is made Nobody ever asks a foe question of a fool for a fool a fool according to his folly and tier Isno question whereto the asker so honestly wants a wise answer as a fool question This being so the man who ask William Jennings Bryan whether h really believed in advertising paid Bryan a compliment It happened Reading Penn this vrinter and the modern Commoner indeedshowed hat he was a wise man by the reply he made It was The fejlow who tries to attra business yithput advertising is the feljgw i throws his sweeties- a sile tn the dark He what he is doing But nobody else doesThe Saturday Evening Post CALEB POWERS ILL WITH COLD Caleb Powers Is suffering with a severe cold and Is confined to h bed In the Scott county Jail at town Dr J E Pack his physician does not consider his condition serious a No matter how small the job of printing you have we want it and we will give It the same careful atten tier as we would a great big one We desire your business and will show you that we appreciate same by doin good work TJse either phone 11I SOMETIME YOU WILL MISS ME The following sweet and touching lines will come with healing balm to many sore hearts In this community just now- Sometime you will miss me darling When the long night shadows fall shall be beyond the starlight And I shall not hear you call You will wake oft times at midnight And will think of one dear headfThat your bosom softly Resting now among the dead All the precious love you gave meII In the olden happy timeiYou will think of and weave Deftly into lIt It rhyme You will missiKt must be so But perhaps our God will givetUnto me the power to cheer you p fcnd watch oer you while you liveI I shall come If he is w11lingf At the lonely midnight hour And my presence softly round you Shall enfold when storm clouds lower Shielding you from every Though you may not evilIwill never leave you There shall be no vacant place aspirationsAll These shall draw our souls together ThronelDoMeekly bear the chastening rod Think that I am with you always I who love you next to God- I who loved you next to God THE WAY TO ARGUE WITH DULL TIMES There Is no good in arguing with the inevitable Tbe only argument available with an east wind is to putl on your overcoat The wide awake merchants know that the only way to argue with poor bust is to turn on publicity steam that the best possible use of advertis ing Is to take the edge of hard tim- eor more strictly speaking dull times And aggressive advertising does you the most good when your business reeds it the most Exchange LBIarsha11CoREAL AND LOAN AGENTS FRANKFORT KYIHave both farm and city property for sale at all times andare also prepared to place loans on firstclass farm property at five per cent CoudhJ Vp The U S Postoffice Depart men t has made a new ruling pubfishers to exact the pay 1in advance for all whoseepapers are in the mails at the secondclass rate or pounde benprohibitory publishers are given a limited time in adjustec rulr l sing all our subscribers are requested to at once up in advance else when the time limit expires we compelledeto stopsending the paper except to those who have paid in advance W w tPAGE 8EVENt CENTRAL KENTUCKY TRACTION COMPANY Schedule effective on and attet December 3 1107 Cars will leave Lexington for Viallies and Frankfort every hour from 600 a m to 600 p m Inclusive Cars will leave Lexington for Vue allies at 7 p m 9 p m and 11 p rru Cars will leave Versailles for Frank every hour from 645 a m until M5 p m Inclusive Cars will leave Frankfort for Verb and Lexington at 600 a ra nd every hour from 730 a m until 30 p m inclusive Cars will leave Versailles for Lex ngton etery h from 615 a m on 815 p m inclusive and at 1011 m Runfng time Lexington to Verwrili FrankfortW J B CRAWFORD General Manager r frankfort Wiati eg The Midland Route Local Time Table IN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 tAI A M DAILY KXUKtT A M P JI Ko84 No82 SUNDAY No81 No81 2 6 Lv D Frankfort Ar liT 715 Stunmit 219 Elkhorn 6 Switzer 6 Stamping Ground 421 Duvall Johnson 247 i Georgetown C 8 241U20 I Newtown 864 008 151 Centerville 811 Elizabeth 842 6 66EParis Jnnctn 882 1251 JAr1 Paris jLvl 89064 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q kO- Connects Central at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky IxIi BETWEEN CINCINNATIVIA P MA MIPM 2 11IA 7ii J2 Q BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PABIB AMIP M P Jfc iUgAr Cincinnati LT H KENTUCKY CENTRAL R B POINTS aUAli Trankiort A 47P A Georgetown A 04A IIIIP uPII16P 60A A Maysville L 11EP r i 24A A Cynthiana L SOW 1nArUI GKO B HARPER Pro andQenl Boot eWHATGA Louisville fltlantic Hallway EAST SOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains leave Versailles for rarifle and Intermediate points oi 7Ha m find 1220 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPD SUNDAY Trains from Beattyvllle and inters mediate points arrive at Veriaill fl at 1015 a m and 535 p m ON SATURDAYS ONly TrtU leaves Versailles for Richmond aaft Intermediate points at 710 R m- ON SUNDAYS ONLY Ttafit loaves Richmond for Versailles M Intermediate points at 355 p m The L ft A and the Traction ZM affords excellent service beteFrankfort and Nlcholajrlllt ttdfc mood Irvine Beattyvilla land Interns dlata points for rater lafomtttm Hira H R SMITH G P JL VerudllM Ky Chesapeake Ohio Ry 0 117feet t Ltelted fir Ltjhville his Wh Sutkwedit40 A M DailyLlrslte4 fir rTaikiiftoM BalUre FfeilafcR pkla MPtat j 1016 A L mA 745 P M Dry tllr CHANGE IjlICHEDULE IrCan 1FOI116 a m and nary 4i mlmlii jntfl 1i 1Forf4tf a m and v y 4f IlRfel enfcJl 145 1FM130 rtv antf Y fy 4r mfeM jntli 1011 p m CENTRAL KY TRACt 00k i r f fh r trr PAGE EIGHTC9HBTiON II GREAT MAJESTIC MAJ rP ON RANGE 1 ON WEEK 1ci1t1L jEWEEK FREE 75O SET OF WARE With every Majestic Range sold during this Cooking Exhibition we will give absolutely FREE one handsome set of ware as shown This ware is worth 750 if it is worth a cent It is the best that can be bought We dont add 750 to the price of the range and tell you you are getting the ware free but sell all Majestic Ranges at the regular price You get the ware free Remember this is for exhibition week only Ware will not be given after this week This ware is on exhibition at our store and must be seen to be appreciated Come in any day during the week Make our store your headquarters Have coffee and biscuits with us Come if you intend to buy or not the information gained will serve you in the future rrrrorrr + OF BLUE GRASS LEAGUE MET AT SHELBYVILILE LAST SUNDAY WHERE THEY TRANS ACTED ROUTINE BUSINESS Every city in the Blue Grass League Is enthusiastic over the prospects for baseball this summer according to the managers of the six teams In at tendance at the meeting of the lea gue at Shelbyville last Sunday aft ernoon and unless all signs fall o- rt ganized ball will prove a great suc the different clubs at Shelbyville Sunday besides President Hammond of Lexington were Fleming Meek of Versailles Thomas Sheets of Lexington G Hoffman of Law renceburg W J Kennedy of Frank fort and M C Kellogg of Richmond Considerable routine business was transacted at the meeting Each team Is well pleased with the sched ule and the managers are now devot ing themselves to the work oil building up their teams and each one is trying to put a nine in the field that will prove a shade better than the othersA announced by President Hammond which gave the managers much satisfaction was to the effect- that no player under reserve to one team can play with another without the consent of the manager of the g local club This is to prevent the discriminate Jumping of players and to keep those that might be inclined that way from holding up their managers for big pay Another meeting of the managers will be held at Versailles April 6 to wind up arrangements for the league opening THE EDITOR AND THE DOCTOR The following is again going the roundsIf editor makes a mistake he has to apologize for it but if a doctor makes a mistake he buries it If the editor makes one there is a lawsuit swearing and the smell of sulphur but if the doctor makes one there is a funeral cut flowers and a smell of varnish- A doctor can use a word a yard long without knowing what it means but if the editor uses it he has to spell It If the doctor goes to see another mans wife he charges for the visit but if the editor goes to see another mans wife he gets a charge of buck shotWhen n doctor gets drunk Its a case of overcome by heat and if he dies it is heart trouble When an editor gets drunk its a case of too much booze and if he dies its a case of delirium tremens Any old college can make a doctor You cant make an editor he has to be born REWARD For The Arrest And Conviction Of Each Of The Nicholas County Murderers Gov Willson Wednesday morning offered a reward of 600 for the arrest and conviction of each of the men who were in the band of night riders oho attacked and killed Hiram Hed ges in Nicholas county several nights ago The reward will be paid ior each member of the band Iowa Democrats In an enthusiastic convention at Cedera Rapids indorsed W J Bryan for the presidency and adopted a recast from the Nebraska State platform with its In lorsement of Bryan made stronger tzl THE McCHORD BILL GOV WILLSON SAYS PRESENT CONDITIONS WARRANT MAK ING MEASURE A LAW Governor Wilson Signed four bills Wednesday morning the most impor tant one being the McChord bill pro viding a penalty for the purchase or sale of personal property which is in the hands of another than the owner This bill Is similar to the Crecelius Wyatt bill which prevents the pur chase or sale of pooled tobacco The governor signed the Anderson bill allowing fiscal courts to make contracts for road construction for a period of four years instead of for two years as at present He also signed the bill providing for the is sual of renewal bonds by cities of the fifth class to pay Indebtedness incurred some time in the past The bill allowing fourth class cities to open streets and regulating the man ner of doing this was also approved Reasons for Signing McChorp Bill In approving house bill 10 offered by W C McChord Governor Willson saysThis bill is open to serious as using criminal process to enforce civil contracts when the whole tendency of modern practice Is against this and it makes a liability which the court of appeals has decided does not exist or aiding a party to break his contract and actually punishes the purchaser more severely than the seller who breaks his contract But present conditions afford great grounds for approving it and if it proves bad on trial the legislature con repeal it It Is therefore approved RESOLUTIONS Of Board of Directors of Farmers Bank Upon Death of James Church At a meeting of the Board of Direc tors of the Farmers Bank of Frank fort Ky a committee was appointed to draw up resolutions expressive jf the feelings of the Bpard on the death of Mr James Church and the commit tee reported the following The death of Mr Church which occurred on the 16th of March at his hoine came as a great shock to the directors of this bank with whom he had been asso elated wi h for the past eight years rand to expressIn an Inadequate way their sense of the worth and character of their friends and colaborer the resolutions were unanimously That In the death of Mr James Church this bank has lost a wise counsellor and one whose opin ions were held in the highest esteem by the members of this board A man of few words but of fine bredth of analysis in business matters this Board never disputed nls conclusions His last words on leaving a meeting of this Board and Just a few days prior to his death shows the character of the man better than we can portray In discussing the sickness and probable death of a young man he said It distressed him greatly to hear of the death of the young but at his age it matters little when the end should come Resolved That In the death of Mr Church the State has lost a true and loyal citizen community an upright and honest man his neighbors a kind and indulgent friend and his church a faithful worker Resolved That we extend out sym pathies to the familyaf the deceased and that a copy of these proceedings t II The Great Majestic Range It is the only range in the world made of Malleable and Charcoal Iron It has beyond any question of a doubt the largest and best reservoir It uses about half the fuel used on other ranges and does better work by The Majestic All Copper Nickeled Reservoir heats the water quicker and hotter than any other It is the only reservoir with a frame The Charcoal Iron Body of the Great Majestic Range lasts three times as long as a steel body Being made of nonbreakable material there is practically no expense repairing the Majestic As for baking it is perfection not only for a few months but all time to come A Great Majestic Range lasts three times as long as a cheap range but it dont cost three times as much PROOFWe dont ask you to take our word for of the above statements but if you will call at our store a man from the factory where Majestic Ranges are made will prove to your satisfaction that these are absolute facts and will show you many more reasons why the Majestic Range is absolutely the best that money can buy EVERYBODY WELCOME WELCOME f ROGERS SONSt J MANAGERS cessRepresenting platform objection following this Facts removableI- GreatJ EVERYBODY APPROVED About R Carsified i J- Ac1eriiring r i All advertisements in these columns are five cents per f line tor each insertion and to be paid for strictly in advance t FOR SALEWe have a firstclass 1 horse power Water Motor that we will sell at a low figure Apply at this office tf FORSALE CHEAPWe have a 32 Inch Paper Cutter in perfect condi tion that we will sell very cheap Address this office tf FOR SALEPrinting and binding that is different from the other fel lows FOR EXCHANGEPrinting of all kinds for either gold currency or silver For Sale A handsome twostory frame residence of eight rooms with attic over entire house This house is superbly built and finished and has all the latest modorn improve ments For terms call at this of flee For RentDesirable twostory frame l house 8 rooms and bath all mod ern conveniences Stable in rear of yard Situated on Campbell street near Capitol avenue Apply at this office for particulars be furnished them and that these proceedings be speard upon the min utes of this Board JOHN W RODMAN V I F S HAFF Committee iJIr iJ fry 28 1903 far for for any WANTEDA firstclass all round Job printer one that can make good Good wages and a permanent place for the right man 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 LOSTThe public is hereby notified that I have lost two certificates of stock In the Farmers Bank ofIFrankfort Ky one No 7888 for ten shares and one No 8122 for ten shares making a total of twenty shares J I have made diligent search but I have been unable to find tliep andiI hereby call upon all persons tshow cause why new certificates for this stock shall not be Issued MRS L F SHROPSHIRE Lexington Ky d 2mocLost Gold belt buckle with raised silver flower Finder will please re turn to this office and receive re ward t For Sale Rhode Island Red eggs for setting Address this office William L Bryan visited the Capi tol at Washington Thursday and held an Informal reception for an hour and a half The Denlpcra o manl bers hurried from the floor Of thtf House to meet the Nebrajkan r5