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FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS k AND ROUNDABOUT VOte XXXI FRANKFORT KENTUCKY APRIL 11 1908 No 31 J DIES Ii r SUDDENLYOF I 1APOPtEXY c t Df jGeo W Griffiths Passes I Away in Louisville WAS ONE OF THE MOST PROMINENT AND SUCCESSFUL DOCTORS IN STATE WILLBE BURIED SUNDAY r Dr George W Griffiths one of the inmost prominent physicians of Louis tvillei died In that city at 10 oclock yesterday morning at his home 833 Third avenue as the result of a stroke of apoplexy which he suffered Thurs day morning Every effort was made to revive him after the stroke but he failed to rally and sank steadily until the end came Dr Griffiths had been a man of bust health until recently when his health began to fail and he was com pelled to spend a month In the South tIt was thought that his health had been much benefited and his sudden death came as a surprise For forty years Dr Griffiths prac ticed his profession in Louisville and he was one of the most successful ti physicians in that city He had a Very large practice and he was alsb the chief surgeon for the Louisville and Nashville Railroad and the Louisville Railway Company He was president of the Louisville Clinical Society and was a member of the Kentucky State Medical Society and the American Medical Society He feyas at one time a member of the school board and also the Board of Alderman He was a member of a number of Fraternal societies Besides his wife Dr Griffith leaves four daughters Misses Kate and Edith Griffiths Mrs George G Briggs of Louisville and Mrs Stewart Courtney Spencer of Ocean Springs Miss During the past two years two daughters died Miss Bessie Griffith and Mrs I F Marcosson who was former ly Miss Grace Griffiths Sundayafternoon Avenue Presbyterian church The services will be conducted by Rev J S Lyone and the burial will be in pave Hill cemetery J SETTLEMENT it PROMISED BY RECEIVER IN EVENT THAT ASSETS OF DEL FUNCT INVESTMENT COM TOtBE BROUGHT TO KEN TUCKY In an effort to obtain possession of all tbe assess of the defunct Southern Mutual Investment Company of Kentucky and the American Reserve Bond Company of Chicago James C Rogers of Lexington receiver for fhe firstnamed concern has gone to Chicago accompanied by his attor l nby Col John R Allen where they wl try to get an order of court al propertyIiInto Kentucky If successful they say that the affairs of the company which have been badly Involved for some time will be speedily wound up rThe Southern Mutual Investment v Company Kentucky corporation was organized at Lexington several years ago andi It later removed its offices to Chicago and became incor porated under the taws of Illinois as the American Reserve Bond Company Following this action of the company the Kentucky stockholders applied be fore Judge Watts Parker of Lexington fora receiver and Mr RogQrs was potnte TiJIs step was fOllowed w tiy similar action in Chicago by stock ilTplders in other suctions of the coun 1Y 1 1 Li 1t JJ try and Mr receiver by the the American as RogerSlofIthe officers of were the same who rtuclty company ment of the recel years ago Mr Teen able to get full Chi cayo assets of the IIe said last night tha Ie Is now in a fair way r slon of these asset complished he will lit them to Kentucky ana1 wind up tho affairs of the- A majority of the stockholders of both concerns are residents of Ken tucky and it is for this reason that tho receiver has made efforts to get all of the assets into one State in order more fully to carry out the duties of receiver DOING NICELY Mr L H Finnell who has been at the Norton Infirmary for the past ten days where he had a serious operation performed is doing very nicely He was able to sit up for a while on yesterday and his physicians think he will be well enough to return home shortly iiJIM NEWMAN ACCEPTS GOOD POSITION ON THE CINCINNATI EN QUIRER Mr James L Newman of this city who represented the CourierJournal and Louisville Times In this city for ten years and later held a fine posi tion on the St Louis Republic has accepted a position on the Cincinnati Enquirer and will make that city his future home- Frankfort has produced many cellent newspaper boys but we be lieve that Jim Newman holds the list ot the ones that have made good There Is no one who has more friends in Frankfort than Jim Newman and the favors he has done them will long be remembered Frankfort is very proud of the success he has madeI thus far and we predict for most brlllinant future in his new home- Y CAMPAIGN ToSINCREASE MEMBERSHIP JUNIOR MEMBERS OF Y M C A WILL HELP PAY OFF DES A meeting of the younger members of the Y M C A will be held Mon day evening for the purpose of ar ranging for a campaign for new maul bers Realizing tine strained condi tion of the inntitutlon at present the JunIor members have agreed to put their shoulders to the wheel and assist in the work of paying off the large indebtedness All young men who are interested in the Y M C A are requested to be present FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH r Roy Ji R Zelgler Pastor Services may be expected Sundays April 12 as follows 946 a m Sundayschool 10 oclockBrotherhood Bible Class Subject Balaam the Unwilling Prophet Leader Mr George Har per 1100 oclock Morning worship with sermon by the pastor Subject The Triumphal Entry 645 p mLeague meeting in the lecture room Miss Lillian Poyntz will lead Mr John Mllam will speak on Mormons and Mormonism 730Evening worship with sermon by the pastor Subject Remember Lots Wife You will be welcome at each of these services Frankfort friends of Mrs Ben Watt have received word that silo will shortly Join her husband in Oklahoma Mrs Watt says that her bus hand la much pleased with his projBpects lot L1 Ij oes Honor To fhe Big Secretary t DISCUSSES NATIONAL ISSUES BEFORE A PACKED AUDIENCE AT HOPKINS THEATRE DELEGATION FROM HERE Hon William H Taft Secretary of War and candidate for the Republican nomination for President of the United States spoke to a packed house last night at Hopkins Theatre in Louisville The big secretary was introduced by Col Morris B Bel knap former Republican nominee for Governor of Kentucky and he was enthusiastically applauded by his ad mirers who flocked to Louisville from every quarter of the State to hear him Secretary Taft arrived In Louls vllle yesterday afternoon and he was kept on the move from the time he arrived until after the speaking and the Louisville people regardless of politics did all In their power to show him that he was welcome In their midst I His speech was confined to national issues which he discussed in detail and from time to time he was vociferously applauded by his admirers The War Secretary was accompan led by his special escort of prominent upStato Republicans headed by State Chairman R P Ernst of Cov Ington and the delegation of Repub- lIcans from Louisville that went to meet the distinguished guest of which William Marshall Bullltt was the spokesman The train bearing the distinguished American stopped at Crescent avenue and Judge Taft was welcomed by the following Reception committee H P Reager C C Green Walter A Franz Col Morris Belknap Clayton B Blak ey George A Newman Jr C C Stoll C L Soholl H H McCulloch John H Brand R A McDowell Dr T H Baker Dr I N Bloom Alfred SelHg man E J Ashcraft James Ross Todd Carl Wiseman F C Nunemacher Judge Wheeler McGee Mark H Gab hart Ed Geren Gilbert Cowan Judge Georgo DuRelle and Postmaster R E J H Haager Chief of Police was also present with a detail of six mounted policemen- As soon as they disembarked from the train Judge laft and his party and the members of the Reception Committee boaorded ten automobiles In waiting and the whirl in Chero kee Park and the route through tho city began While waiting for Judge Tafts ar rival Dr I N Bloom who graduated from Yale College in the same class with Secretary Taft received a telegram from the latter conveying the news that the War Secretary would certainly attend the class reunion to be held at New Haven Conn on June Chairman R R Ernst of the Re publican State Central Committee said that he told Judge Taft on the trip to Louisville from Covington that the War Secretary would surely receive the twentysix votes of Kentucky at the Republican National Convention to be held in Chicago Mr Ernst added that he was certain that his prediction would be fulfilled He said Judge Taft expressed gratifica tion over tho news and the outlook In Kentucky and was sure of being nominated for President on the first ballot at the Chicago convention Judge Taft was introduced to a number of Democrats at the BarrI home where the party stopped few minutes He said a number of his dearest friends were Democrats and that the term Democrat was now only a historical designation Judge Taft said It gave him the ut most pleasure to come to Kentucky where he per sonal friends on the bench and among the members of the bar Aft or refreebments been served a le Barr Aigna MjeTaft and par tarte the and e gathered be neigh treets to Taft sideJltiliHiHHFlclnity were ded yipl etTgr to catch a glimpse ot the noted American In the hostelrifean enthusiastic crowd of five hundred enthusiastic Republi cans had gathered to shake Judge Tafts hand He was given a rousing welcome when he stepped Into the James F Grimstead who was unable to meet the train In Cres cent hill owing to official duties ar rived at the Galt House shortly after the arrival of Judge Taft He was accompanied by his private secretary Paul Burlingame Coil Bennett H Young called upon Secretary Taft at the reception given him at the Gait House this afternoon- In greeting him Col Young remarked to the distinguished visitor Mr Secretary God forbid that we ever have another Republican President but if we are overtaken with that misfortune again may heaven grant that he will be William Howard Taft Their political differences aside Judge Taft and Col Young are old time friends as the result of their association when the War Secretary was a member of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals which sits at Cincinnati At a former visit to Louisville Judge Taft stopped as a guest at Col Youngs house Although his mission was purely po litical Democrats as well as Republic ans are glad that Secretary Taft was to be Louisvilles guest and he was accorded every mark of honor courtesy and respect that a patriotic and hospitable people delight to show to one of the nations really big men Republicans from the State vied with theVTaft men in Louisville in doing honor to tho Secretary As a result of the visit of the Ohio candidate the Taft managers hope to capture the State from the Fairbanks men who now have a complete and thorough understanding with the Hughes fol Marshall Bullitt H H Me Culloch and sheriff Charles Scholl left Louisville last night for Cincinnati whore they were joined by State Chairman Richard P Ernst The quartet took the Secretary of War In tow early this morning In the Queen City and accompanied him to Louis villa leaving the train at Crescent Hill at 230 oclock this afternoon In Crescent Hill John H Brand R A McDowell Col Morris B Belknap H P Reager Thomas H Baker George A Newman Jr Clayton B Blakey Richard W Knott Judge J Wheeler McGee and Dr I N Bloom were waiting in automobiles to take charge of tho favorite In the big race Dr Bloom was a classmate of the Sec retary at Yale and they were graduated together The doctor knows Dill like a book and has been for him for President ever since he was Judge of the United States Circuit Court at Cin cinnati The party proceeded through Stllzs lane to the Workhouse road and thence through McFerran Place to the residence of John W Barr Jr where according to the Secretarys expressed desire he paid a short call on the members of the Barr family whom he has known for years After a ride through Eastern Park and uver the Belknap Bridge the pro cession of automobiles came down Broadway to Fourth Avenue north on Fourth to Market east on Market to Second north on Second to Main and East on Main to the Gait House where the Secretary is holding a pub lic reception in the lobby of the hotel After tho reception an Informal dinner was tendered the Secretary at which all the members o f the Republican Committee and a few specially Invited guests were present NEW POSITION Frankfort friends of Mr S R Rant say who was formerly city editor of the Kentucky State Journal will be- much Interested to learn that he has accepted the city editorship of the reILandmark at Norfolk Va He is n newspaper man of extraordinary abil ity find the success he has won has gratified without surf vicing his friends Pleasing particular people In print Ing is one of our specialties VI6ILANCE PRE NTED ATTACK ATlM According To Advices From Galloway County GREAT EXCITEMENT IN TOWN AND EXTRA TROOPS HUR RIED TO THE SCENE JAIL CLOSELY GUARDED At Murray Ky excitement prevail ed early Thursday night as the result of the arrival of a large number of people from the county during the afternoon They came on horseback in buggies and on foot and the in dications were that something was going to be pulled off when darkness county authorities held a hur ried conference with Capt J L Given of Company H and It was decided to call for reenforcements Major Al brecht of the Second regiment was wired at Hopklnsville to despatch another detachment of soldiers on the first train Picking thirteen of the best men of Company E of Whites burg he sent them on the train ar PaIon the Nashville Chattanooga and St Louis and reached Murray at 8 oclock The squad was in command of Lieut Caudill By the time Mur ray was reached the town had filled up with strangers Capt Givens lost no time in putting out a large patrol on all sides and on all the roads leading into town As fast as a crowd assembled on the streets it was dispersed by the sol 10 oclock the crowd began leav ing and when the midnight hour ar rived not a soul was on the street but soldiers The report got out that night riders and their friends were mobilizing to liberate the seven alleged night riders pined in jail yesterday- A heavy guard was thrown around the jail before darkness set in and was maintained all night The vigilance of tho soldiers is be lieved to have prevented an attack on the Jail The authorities say they qn ticipated no trouble but that they became alarmed is evident from the fact that they asked for reenforcements Yesterday the town was as tame as a lamb Men are sitting around in stores and on dry goods boxes discussing the oxcltment of Thursday night and the probable outcome of the charges against the seven men In jail Not one of the seven has engaged counsel and they have intimated to no one what will be their defense It is believed theywJ11 waive examination as Circuit Court con venes Monday Judge Wells has a stack of evidence to submit against the men The drawing of the grand jury will be watched closely by Judge Wells and his supporters for law and order On the list from which the grand jury is to be drawn is one man said to be a friend of the night riders All of the seven men are still in jail Some of them tried hard to give bond but failed and have quit trying Judge Wells was asked this morning why the bonds of Jack Elkins Hardln Lovett and Juice Ellis were 500 more than the other four He said warrants were tq be Issued against them In an other case and he put tho bonds high enough to cover both The cases in which they are charged with having participated are the whipping of Frank Mardis Al H Perry and Wil lie Dwyer Mardis and Perry were beaten until the blood streamed from their backs and legs The mob call ed at the home of Dwyer for the purpose of whipping him but he was found to bo ill and was let off with a warn ing to cease talking and get into the associationOnly of the seven prisoners be long to the tobacco association They are Hardla Lovett and Jake Ellis a blacksmith residing near Russells HIftt Chapel Ellis has not raised any to bacco for two years The prisoners say they are not guilty- It was expected that farmers In sympathy with the night riders would come to their aid but not a man has offered his signature to a bond The county authorities claim this Indicates that the sentiment in the county is larger in favor rf law g order ATTORNEY TAPP Arrives in Frankfort To Argus The Case Of1IebPOwer Attorney Sidney C Tapp of Atlan ta Ga who will argue the case ofyCaleb Powers before Gov A E Will son today arrived In the city yester day and spent a great deal of his time in the State Library looking up the laws bearing on the case RAPIDLY IMPROVING Mrs John Griffin who has been at St Josephs Hospital for several months was able to leave the institu tion this week and is now visiting her mother in Louisville Bishop Lewis W Burton of Lexing ton will conduct the services Easter Sunday at the Eplhcopal church and will confirm a class of about twelve DR ADAMS STILL UNDECIDED WILL MAKE ANOTHER VISIT TOr JACKSON BEFORE HE COMES t TO DEFINITE DECISION x Rev M B Adams has not yet de cided whether or not he will accept the call to the First Baptist church at Jackson Tenn and he will likely not give out his final decision for tworweeks Asked last night about the matter he said that recent developments atsJackson might necessitate his going to that city again before he will be able to come to a definite decision r Dr Adams will likely go to Jackson next week and on his return it is expected that he will have come to a decision HARGIS HEARING FOR BAIL t BEGINS MOTHER SITS NEAR THE YOUNG PATRICIDEDEFENSE GIVES ITS TESTIMONY t Circuit Judge Adams arrived at Jackson yesterday at noon from Beat tyville to hear the motion for bail In the case of Beech Hargis At 1 oclock Judge Adams ordered theryoung patricide brought from the jail The young man looks to be in the best of health As on former occasions the mother wits seated by her son with the at torney Col T T Cope of the local lar who has also been retained by tho defeuseAt oclock the defense announced ready and as soon thereafter as the Commonwealth could call Its wit nerses they announced ready The introduction of evidence was then begun by the defense GIRL TOO YOUNG Garrard County Lovers Forced to turn Home on Refusal of License Mr O K Simpson and Miss Jennie Bogle left Danville sorely disap pointed They came there from Tea tersvllle Garrard county for the pur pose of getting married but when ap plication was made for marriage cense the prospective bride admitted that she was but nineteen years of age and she looked even younger When refused the necessary document they decided to return homexand take on a little more age NEW EDITOR H S Needman for years associato kf editor of the Williamstown Courier has become editorinchief His father Tim Needman Is owner publisher and business manager 1tt PAGE TWO = TOBACCO MEN MR WIN THEIR FIGHT SAYS JUDGE H C BOTTS OF OWEN COUNTY Judge H C Botts of Owen county was here this week and talked freely r about the tobacco situation In the State and said in part There Is not a law that Is a Just one desired by tobacco men and farmers of Kentucky that they can not see cure In t year if they w OI11- Ywait untimie time comes to elect another Legislature The farmers of F the State are betted organized now than any class of producers and i they will sot their tAds to do it the can elect a majority f their representatives at the next session of the j General Assembly when bills covering every feature of the tobacco dustry equitable to the producer to the buyer the seller and the manu fecturer can bo passed and the trouble that is threatening the State in every section of the tobacco district will be suppressed We have had but little trouble in our county and dont be- lIeve we will have any more Representative J F Porter of Web to appear before the Board of Equal ization in behalf of his county doubt- that much good could be accomplished even if an extra session of the Legislature is called He said in resp- ons1to e the question whether he thought an extra session would be called If 1F sufficient pressure Is brought to bear and Gov Willson feels that an extra session is necessary I believe he call one Individually I would ver- much regret to see an extra session called The political parties at pre ent being equally divided make i accomVd the more doubtful would be the re suits of such a session Of course Governor Willsons administration Is pledged to secure the passage of th County Unit Bill and it may be tha he will use his best efforts to carryout the pledge CHARGES OF BRIBERY JUDGE R LSTOUT CHARGES GRAND JURY TO INVESTI GATE LEGISLATIVE VOTE Circuit Judge Stout in his charge to the grand Jury did not directly mention the recent senatorial race but he said the crime of vote selling was a most heinous one in any form but especially was it contemptible when a man elected to the Legislature b his constituents comes to the State r Capital and falls to carry out the wishes of his people or In other 4words sells out if5 He said It was a matter of common rumor that lobbyists had bought votes ti 11 for and against certain measures and he told the grand Jury that It was their duty to Investigate the matte- fully both as to who sold out their I buying constituents and those who did the It is understood that all the newspa per reporters who served here during the legislative session will be sum moned to tell where they heard the bribery rumors that were so frequent t ly published rJ The members of the grand jury wh will insert the probe into the and charges referred to by Judge Stout are A G Jeffers foreman Jose Aubrey Brack Dorton Duard Bryant Frank Austin William ODonnell F S Haff Richard Cheek Bowman Stone William Queries James Farmer and Dudley Baker GOOD TIME ASSURED Swallowfleld Lodge of Odd Fellows To Give an Entertainment To Night Swallowfleld Lodge of Odd Fellows will give an entertainment tonight at their hall at Peaks Mill The Program is as follows Winters String Band Piano Solo PlyPersecuted Dutchman Vocal Solo Mule Quartette Musical Comedy Photographic rCourtship UpatiMale Quartette PJayA Texan Motherin law Male Trio Mixed Quartette Male Quartette Exercises to begin at 730 l FRUIT CROP BUT LITTLE DAMAGED BY THE COOL SNAP H Fo Hillenmeyer the wellknown nurseryman of Lexington said that after a careful Investigation he was satisfied that there had been compara tively little damage by the cold snap and frost Said Mr Hlllenmeyer The peaches In the lowlands were undoubtedly severely damaged those on high lands Injured very little while the apple crop as well as strawberries and similar fruits were not hurt at all The English plums such as greengages were damaged to some extent but the American plums like the wild goose were unhurt The rlnclpal iffmage IIP to the peach crop anda I expect to eat peach cobbler thf summer just the same 6 fGONE HOME- The Hon J A Sullivan of Madison county who was forced to take hf bed at the Capital Hotel here sometime before the legislative sesslo came to an end was well enough to- go to his home at Richmond While hardly himself as yet Mr Sulliva- has convalesced rapidly and Dr C A Fish his physician believes that he will soon be as strong and well as ever MET PA AT BARN- s YOUTHFUL NIGHT RIDERS GET THEIRS WHERE IT DOES THE MOST GOOD 1A special dispatch from Glasgow says Most every great question no matter how grave or Important has nightt no Larude county farm r amusing may account for many o the warnings that have been sent farmers all over the State Every man who has been a boy can easily situationtThe farmer ville and who is authority for the story is the father of two boys aged eleven and thirteen years upon whom he was relying to cultivate a 1908 crop of tobacco The boys not enter In this part of the program with the best of spirits had planned to scare the old man Accordingly one day they cut a lot of limber switches and that night tied them into two bunches and laid them at the front door of the home On the door they tacked this sign Old man if you raise any to bacco this year there will hl raised here NIGHT RIDERS From a window in the kitchen the father watched the operations of the boys and when they retired and were fast asleep dreaming of the happy days they would spend with rod and oytussling with the worms in the tobacco patch he stole into their room In the trousers leg or each he deposited a bunch of the switches and on the seats of their pants was attached the following sign Night Riders Meet me at the barn at 7 oclock in the morning when beginr OLD MAN The appointment was kept e aFOR CONGRESS J Campbell Cantrlll Announces His Candidacy On The Democratic Ticket In announcing for the Democrat c Sevo JsCampbell Cantrill states his position on what he terms the two live Issues of the day the tobacco and temper ance questions The part of his state ment referring to these questions Is as follows There are two live Issues before the people of Kentucky todaythe to bpcco problem and the local optio question My position on the tobacco question Is known to all men If elected ito Congress I pledge myself to vote for any legislation that will prevent shipment of liquor from another State Into dry territory In Kentucky and any other legislation that will give force and effect to the will of the people as expressed at the polls upon this ques tion I do not make this pledge to gain votes but because this stand Is consistent with my record in the State Senate and because I believe It Is right It Is made without consulta Ion with any man or set of menJThe political deals In the district make It Imperative that an Equity man should be In this race it having been agreed that one of the most vio lent enemies of the Equity movement was to bo sent to Congress next time Had this deal not been made and had the action of the committee been fair and reasonable I would not have been- a candidate but the challenge was made and I have accepted It ANXIETY FELT BY REPUBIMNS FEAR OF THE RESULT ATTTHE COMING NOVEMBER ElfEC TION A special to Wednesday Republl BP rJOijUrn matte no P H anxiety o tlonal ele commons members of chances are 355flB pp Wlecti a Republican majority m the H next fall Some Republicans etRertaln very grave doubts over the presidential- s election but console themselves the hope that the Democrats may do the wrong thing at the right time and thus compensate for exislting dls advantages under which the Republl Int Is admitted that this Is somewhat of a new role for the Republican party to be playing prospective beneficiary Itofis pointed out that heretofore tne Re publicans have won upon a policy of action aggression and progress The great victories on the money question the tariff question the Philippine question and others were gained In this way Two main causes contribute to the anxiety of the Republicans at this time They are first the widespread hard times a fertile and prolific field for Democratic growth Second the factional troubles within the Republl can party In a great many States Ie FRANKFORT COURT DAY SALES 15 stock hogs 6c per pound shoats 335 each 1 yearling ball 3000 1 milch cow 2600 1 milch cow and calf 3000 1 milch cow and calf 3500 plug horses from 10 up to 75 Market low on horses Good combined horses sold well Cattle and hog market looks good TOBACCO BARN BURNED FRANK FORSEE OF PEAKS MILL LOSES 4000 POUNDS BYJ FIRE Fire of unknown origin Tuesday night between 730 and 8 oclock destroyed the large tobacco barn be longing to Frank Forsee who lives on the Peaks Mill Toad three and onehalf miles from this city There were about 4000 pounds of to bacco a lot of hay and other feed stuff In the barn Mr Forsee was not at home at the time the fire occurred There Is no theory as to the cause of the first It was not the work of the night riders however for Mr Forsee is a member of the Society of Equity and had the tobacco in his barn pooled with the Franklin Bpard of Control It is believed to be are work of the independents for so fa as could be learned Mr Forsee has not an enemy in the world Mrs Witt M Moore and daughter Miss Jessie are guests of Mr Ross Wagner and wife at Greenfield Indl ana sRELIGIOUS CENSUS Now Being Taken of Frankfort With Fifty Workers In the Field The work of taking the religious census of Frankfort was begun Thursday morning The supplies for the census takers on the north side of the river will be found at W S Farmers nand those for the South Side at Le Compte and Gayles The city has been divided Into the following dls trlcts Belle Point Episcopalians Washington street west of river First Presbyterians Washington street east of High street Baptists East Main street and Holmes streets Christians Shelby street West Second Presby terlans Shelby street East Methodists There are about fifty people engaged this work WARNING NOTICE Mr Charles M Parrish clerk in Auditor James office Is showing a note writ en in red Ink which he claims was sent to him by the night riders Mr Parrish resides in Woodford couri ty and says he will not raise and to bacco this year t DEATH OF DR EDWARD H SLACK Prominent In Baptist Church Work For 75 Years Also a Mason For 60 Years Dr E H Black one of the best iniown and one of the oldest Masons in the State died at the home of his daughter Mrs Tas A Hodges 1680 Brook street Louisville shortly after 6 oclock Sunday evening Dr Black was eightynine year and was probably the eldest i Blnn ln tT State I He Is survoved b r C Black Augu 10 is in Co was ms men K Civil War and k e Blar i jmgjjg City a ln the Spanish can wn three daugh rs Mrs ee of K City Mr ka and Mrs Jas A H He also leaves fifte rh d home at Stamping Ground j on Tuesday morning and the funeral ser vices and Interment were held from the Baptists church in that place of which Dr Black had been a member for 60 years The services were con ducted by the pastor of the Baptist church of that place Edward Henry Black was born in Stamping Ground September 26 1819 and with the exception of twelve years spent In Frankfort as Superintendent of the State Institute for the Feeble- Minded and the last seven years of his life In Louisville he had lived there all his life He graduated in medicine just before the medical col lege then at Lexington was brought to Louisville and made one with the University of Louisville Dr Black la said to have been the oldest living graduate of a medical college In Ken Black practiced his profession for fifty years and left It on ac count of physical disability His con duct of the State Institute was re garded as unusually efficient as at tested by the fact that he was reappointed by two Governors When fourteen years old Dr Black became a member of the Baptist church at Stamping Ground and remained in the church until the time of his death so that his membership extended over seventyfive years It is believed that his tenure is longer than that of any other member of the Baptist church in Kentucky He held many high positions In the church having been Moderator over twenty years of the Elkhorn Association in which his church is located and hay ing served for two years as Modera tor of the General Association of the Black possessed a wonderful memory and his relatives say that he was the best Informed Bible student in their knowledge He could quote with remarkable ease and accuracy from all parts of the Scriptures and frequently a misreading of a passage read to him in his later years Though he joined the Masons short ly after becoming of age and certainly was a member for more than sixty years Dr Black did not have the distinction of being the oldest that being held by Col Thomas Todd of Shelbyvllle Dr Black was a Chapter Mason and was intensely Interested in the work of the organ therlodge at Stamping Ground Dr Black married three times hav ing married his last wife Miss Julia Adams In 1849 Two years after they celebrated their wedding she died and Dr Black came to Louis ville to live He had been confined to his room for over a year and had been gradually sinking Members of his family were with him when the end life was a blessing to the church and the world and his death was a benediction DOING NICELY MRS W D ROY WHO SUFFERED THE AMPUTATION OF A LIMB DOING NICELY Mrs W D Roy who suffered the emputatlon of one of her limbs at St Josephs Infirmary in Louisville laut week is reported to be Improving rapidly Mrs Roy and her Interesting famiy were1 very popular In Frankfort and their many friends hero will bo pleased to know that the operation was successful The Injury resulted from a bruised ankle and Mrs Roy suffered a great deal before the operation was per formed The member was removed below tho knee DIED WEDNESDAY William Davis a painter died at his home on Wilkinson street Wednesday after a long illness He leaves a wife but no children SATURDAY APRIL 4ST 7 1cy Groceries hlt S Both Phne r Or ter stn an nn It one Co II 1 a JTJVoonan Frankfort- Transfer Hauling of I All KindsiI 1 Office L 6 N Freight Depotr g5 y t i 1 Prices Reasonable Phones j r Just Received JtI J A Car Load of the Celebrated d North Star 1R ts7 tUf Refrigerators i j Sold Exclusively By ttt JR Sower Hardware Do f i Incorporated i fr Main Street Both Pha nJ 1There Is a IFORIHigh Vehicles I TI Than ever before The public have at last come to the conclusion strictlyhandmadeIf you want a vehicle that Is firstclass and will give perfect sat isfaction drop us a card and we will call to see you We know we can suit you In both quality and prices All we ask Is an oppor tunity to discuss the matter with you Seller carriage GorIncorporatedl VERSIr H K WARD President C M BROWNING Sec and Tress k r SATURAY APRIL 11 1903 Pointed Paragraph Something 01 InterestNotes On Advertising J Making good Is the brief pithy expression of the growing American Isentiment as to the square deal in poll tics finance transportation commerce and the industries The sentiment contained therein Is no less Impor tant in the profession of newspaper m ak n Itg4may be slang or a provincialism but to make good is the key note of all success worthy of recognition It is one great consideration in printing and journalism Shillyshallying inac curacy incompleteness lack of taste just as good never mind that will answer are the pitfalls to each and signify inherent indifference 4 to the highest sense of honor that re ii quires full measure a want of proper regard for the rights of others and a lack of the deep real interest and pride in ones calling requisite to that thigh performance that brings honor with satisfaction in worthy accomplish tent Let me live this life without truck appeal to the present or fear nof a futurewith head erect and hope in my heartconscience my comrade and work its own recompense Give it me to suffer fools with fortitude and meanness without malice vouch safe me selfforgetfulness and selfre spect with these I can face them now and Thou then Help me to for get a fault and forget failure Forbid that I ever be discourteous or unkind may I remember always the rela tive values of money and manners let me not Judge othersbearing In mind that all is set down in the Big Book Make me obedient to Thy pur pose of creation that I may have the love of woman and the confidence and companionship of friends If so be there is sorrow and suffering in store as is the rule of all life give me a courage to bear and strength to en durehaving in mind others too have carried a cross And if as the end draws near I shall not have reached the castle of my dreams be gracious then If ever oh God and give it me to be content Bill Barlow There are three things he said which no man can do to the satis faction of other menmake love poke the fire and run a paper No matter if a man has no more sense than an oyster and does not know how many toes he has he always knows how to run the paper better than the editor And what is more he tells all about in the street car But despite all this valuable advice that is wasted the editors still go on making blunders and money The old fashioned editor who had to be all things to all men is passing away The time has come when a man who runs a paper is his own mas ter William A WhiteEmporia Kan CAREFUL WORK 1The work we do is the kind that winsclean tasty and telling Our aim is steady and we never miss the mark because we want every bit of printing that we do to bring more bus t Ineasand It most always dos We are hcfre to stay and keep the busi ness going A well known business min says printIfor highclass work It works both ways WQ say Show us a printshop that seeks highclass work and we will you a busy prosperous concern Ishow work dies with the day It- se sold on price alone and when Smith olds two cents under you your cus tomer is gone tBut if you seek to produce work as long as it lives will be an for your shop you willI IIich only wellsatisfied liberal permanent customers You willI tcbe proof against the pricecutter man gets an estimate written on 1 cbep paper says to himself If this c i man skimps so on letter paper ho is apt jto skimp on my work Using Poor is poor business however you Wok at it because the paper rep rresen you and you cannot prevent it Ttjfe safe thing Is to use paper so t good tpnt you are willing to have your work W your goods Judged by it rItis iaid that first impressions are strongiUt The first impression pro duced W your letter comes from thej Aaper n which it is written Bej fore th text of the letter is reached the feoltand looks of the paper as If Is uufoldBKl creates a prejudice good or balltW Romemrtho light In your eye the grasp of your hand are absent in the writtt word Avail yourself of every mealW to win a favorable recep tion for yoW letter your silent repre sentative 1ST4a After we have heard aman talk it doesnt make so rmicbJ jtence the kind of clothes he wei ter we have read a letter it doe nke so much difference what s is written upon But man before we he hi per before wi behooves the ca a his dress and the cor nugltt to his stationery FAR MEN According to the OK reporter of the Tulsa cently shocked because a stu val had an attraction which was u play carded For Men Only From the numbers going in she decided that it must be something desperately wicked and said some drastic things about It in the paper It developed that the at traction consisted of a clothesline on which was hung a pair of pants coat vest andsocks When one sucker was caught he very naturally steered all of His friends into the trap HIGH FINANCE- A lady who had a kindly remembrance for all her domestic servants met an erstwhile washerwoman and stopped to aske her how she fared Oh mem Its turrible finanshul disthress me an the childers Inl Why what is It Are you out of employmentNo Works In a fair state of stiddiness and not a dint do lowe but Its lashins o trouble Ive goti Are you not paid promptly- As promptly as the day dooms roundWhat is your financial distress thenWell mem in a burst of horror whats killin me is I earn 6 the week an pay 8 for me boorfd an God only knows how I do itShort Stories MEASURES IN THE BIBLE THEIR EQUIVALENTS- A gerah was 1 cent A farthing was 3 cents A talent of gold was 13800 A talent of silver was 53333 A bin was one gallon and two pints A sheckel of silver was about 50 centsA cubit was nearly twentytwo inches A mite was less than onefourth of a centA of silver or a penny was 13 centsA Sabbathdays journey was about an English mile An ephah or bath contains seven gallons and five pints Ezekiels reed was nearly eleven feet A firkin was seven pints an omer was six pints a cab was three pints A hands breadth is equal to 3 inchesA journey was about 23 58 InchesA breadth is equal to one inchThe Evangelist A TIP THAT WAS REFUSED- A Toronto man who visited England last summer appears to think that country the champion tiptaker He says Well I had tipped every man from the swell gent who seemed to own the House of Commons down to the hireling who gummed the wrong labels on my luggage and I went Into the waitingroom on the landing stage at Liverpool to wash my hands of everything English and what do you think stared me in the face when I had finished A placard saying Please tip the basin Ill be hanged if I did The simplest road to knowledge is always the surest Get busythats the great cure for despondency and dread Being knowing doingare tho three fundamentals of success It isnt hard to find trouble if a fel low goes on a hunt for it It your circumstances dont fit you you fit the circumstances The measure of your capacity in the measure of your responsibility The fellow that growls is a misfit Ho needs adjustment to surroundings This old world Is sad enough with out having to hear the story of your woes If no heavy ralnclouds ever rifted pcrfipa your sky and shut out the sun for awhile someday you will long for the splash of the rain In your face The human heart is like a harp of many strings Harmony or discord depends upon the hand that sweeps the strings If the music Is htirsh dcnt blame the harp If each purpose and act oppresses the highest standards we know then any hour may become the gateway to a larger and grander field of oppor lt tunity Showness In an advertisement will never make up for lack of necessary information To spend ones spare moments In studying how to make ones advertis lug more effective Is a more iron compelling occupation than grumbling about the dullness of trade or the scarcity o ney- Disapp customers become die fled rs f a pr n custom rI way in which Id like to b cd if a custti will jn popularity No enter fip will be tip to o are most success eep ahead of the pro lire wording of an advertisement should be governed by the medium used in resenting it to the public WANTS MONEY FOR lLINCOLN FARM REPRESENTATIVE MADDEN DE SIRES CONGRESS TO DONATE SOME DOUGH Representative Madden has Intro duced the following bill fn Congress entitled To aid the Lincoln Farm As sociation of New York to build and endow a National Memorial to Abraham Lincoln on the site of the Lin coIn birthplace farm In Kentucky That the expenditure Is hereby authorized of the sum of 100000 to be paid to the Lincoln Farm Associa tion of the State of New York for the express purpose and no other of building on the Lincoln birthplace farm in Kentucky a national patriotic shrine which shall consist of a mem orial hall costing not more than 250 000 of which sum 150000 shall be borne by the Lincoln Farm Associa tion of the State of New York 100 000 of the sum having already been raised by popular subscription and the remaining 50000 to be raised by the Llncolm Farm Association In thj next twelve months in like manner said hall to house and protect the humble weatherworn log cabin and all other relics such as tell the story of the early peomanry life out of which Lincoln came the work to be Immediately undertaken that the memorial may be dedicated to ithe American people on the twelfth day of February 1909 the centenlal of the birth of Abraham Lincoln Lincoln STATEUNIT WILL BE HELPED BY ANTI SALOON LEAGUE IF TIME IS RIPE FOR CAMPAIGN IN KENTUCKY The trustees of the AntiSaloon League have instructed the excutlve committee to ascertain if the time has come for the League to lend the temperance people of Kentucky aid In a fight for a Stateunit bill and gave Instructions to continue the work or the County Unit Bill sNICE DISPLAY The International Correspondence Schools of Scranton Pa will have a display of the work done by their stu dents in this city at South Cos Drug Store on the South Side begin ning Monday April 13th and continu ing for one week The I C S is without doubt the greatest educational institution in the world and have helped more people with limited means to secure positions at hand some salaries than all the other schools combined It will pay you to call and see this display and let the gentlemen In charge explain their method to you Ask for free litera ture Mr W C Ward of Lexington is the Division Superintendent and Mr P B Zanone of this city Is tho representative and both of these men will be here with this display ASSESSMENTS RAISED The State Board of Equalization passed finally on the following coun ties Wednesday and raised each on lands Shelby 3 per cent Henderson 2 per cent Harrison 3 per cent Hopkins 5 per cent The preliminary raises on these counties were as fol lows Shelby 5 per cent Henderson 5 per cent Harrison 5 per centr Hopkins 15 per cent 141 He ItS All Out This represents a man who did not believe in advertising and good print ing Do you want to get in his condi tion Wouldnt it be much better to have your pockets full of the long green We can help you fill your purse by Judicious Advertising and Good Printing And it would be a good idea for you to pay us a visit before you are all out TOE FRANKFORT PRINTING CO Incorporated Both Phones 227229 Main Street ASSESSMENTS INCREASED OVER PROTESTS STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION ACTS ON HARRISON HOP KINS AND WEBSTER COUNTIES Delegations of prominent citizens from Harrison Hopkins and Webster counties left Frankfort Thursday night sore at the treatment which they said was accorded their counties by the State Board of Equillzatlon Following the example It has set in the cases of many more counties of the State already the board gave these three counties good stiff raises After considering the local assess ments on which there were protests against increases the board raised Harrison county three per cent on farm lands Hopkins county five per cent on farm lands and town lots and Webster county eight per cent on lauds The Hopkins county pre liminary Increase by the board had been fifteen per cent but after hearing the arguments the board reduced It to five per cent Shelby county was raised three per cent on lands and Henderson county two per cent on lands Appearing before the board from Harrison county were County Judge T E King F B Bedford Wm Ad dams I N Monson and Assessor E F Mason From Hopkins county were County Judge J W Wilson County Attorney Ruby Laffoon Rep resentative T E FInley and C C GIvens From Webster countyCounty Judge A 0 Watson Representative J F Porter and J A Aldridgei EXCURSION TO LOUISVILLE The L N will run its first excur sion to Louisville April 19 for the base ball game Louisville v Kansas City The train will start from Lexington at 7 a mi and pass Frankfort at 755 arriving in Louisville at 1025 Returning train leaves Union Station Tenth and Broadway Louis ville 610 p m Fare from Frankfort for round trip 125 Tickets good on this train only w The South Side Meat Market No 39 Bridge Street Will have on hand today This Seasons Spring Lamb The first on the market Also best BEEP PORK VEAL SMOKED MEATS of my owe curing Smoked Snu sage and Fresh Lake Salmon Call in per son or phone and let me prove that I can satisfy the wants of the most particular housekeeper better than any other bouse SEVILLE COLLINS PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR C A FISH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OfficeTodd Building at St Clair Street Bridge BOTH PHONES 427 PAGE THREE II Who Will Be President This is a Presidential r Year and everyman must read to keep post ed on politics Th- eCourierJournai Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the Weekly CourierJournal But you can get that Paper and the Weekly News j Both One Year For 150 If you will send your order to This Paper Not to The Courier Journal Daily CourierJournal 600 a Year WeeklykCourierJournal 200 a Year We can give you a com bination Cut Rate on these if you will write this paper enclosing cash with order KENTUCKY HIGHLAND RAIL ROADu Beginning Wednesday December 2th the Kentucky Highland Railroad Co put on regular passenger trala Between Frankfort and Old Crow The construction of the road t1 jfillTillo ia being pushed u rapidly M poelble when the service Trill be etended to Old Taylor and Mill il Trains leave Frankfort at I oclooM L m daily except Sunday return eng leave Old Crow at y aa Double daily passenger service will bs put on between Frankfort and Mill rifle as soon as the construction ill completed probably about January 1stThe following rates obtain Cliffeide Jet 10 Trumbo IS Gardners so Old Crow Ue Old Taylor Sta- MlUrille Sfe Minimum charge lOa Commutation ticket books good tot 54 trips and good only for use in cal endar month Isued and 191 the pea son to whom isued Between Frankfort and Old Crow 500 Between Frankfort and Old Taylor 600 Issued by P F MANNNG Supt Approved by B S BUSH Pre IiWo would like to show you our line of up to date samples of modern printing r PAGE FOUR 11 S irankfort JeekljJews naiEntered at the postotlico at Frankfort Ken tucks second clus mailable matter i FRANKFORTPRlNtINc1 COMPANY INCORPORATED I HUBERT VREELAND Pres and Mgr M COYLE Secretary and Treasurer TERMS SI 00 IN ADVANCE 4ANNOUNCEMENTS = r We are d porlzecrto announA J Campbell Cantrill of Scott county a candidate for Congress from the 7th Congressional District subject to the action of the De1liiratIc primary 111ay12 1908 = The efforts of certain Republicans r to bring about the removal of M R Glenn as Rate Clerk of the Rail road Commission Is causing some spec lation among both Democrats and thatt shortly after the election Gov Wlllson had an Interview with the Republican members of the commission at which time he told them that while they Were In the majority he believed Bi Ferguson the only Democratic mem- VerIof the Commission was entt t to some recognition when it came t i considering the appointments It is said that the appointment of Mr strengthFthis suggestion r We have always believed that to the victor belongs the spoils but if hi partisan rule Is to be the order of the day there is certainly an equ table adjustment of matters in the commission at present as the secre RepullVlicahs while the Rate Clerk is a l Democrat It is said that the Gov- ernorf mendatloa Is standing pat on his recom Representative W E Dowling t Anderson county is preparing to I male the race for State Senator fthe I district composed of Franklin Anderson and Mercer counties Judge Dowling made a splendid record dui ing the legislative session and It is the opinion of his friends that he will have easy sailing as It is Anderson countys time to name the Senator and no opposition is expected fro his own county Judge Dowling is a brother of Mrs I John P Stewart of this county an he has many friends here He is a young man of splendid character an ability and would make a good Senator r The Board of Directors of the Y 11 CA is preparing a statement o the financial condition of the institu tion to be presented to the ministers of the city The cooperation of the ministers will be Basked in the final effort to place the Y M C A on a good footing This is a worthy cause and the good people of Frankfort should not allow the institution to close Its doors for lack of support The entre of Hon J Campbell Can trill into the race for the Democratic- t nomination for Congress In this dis IJ tract will make things lively herea 14bouts for a while Cantrill Is a whirlwind campaigner and a speaker from away back As he is going after man who is something of a hustler himself the fight promises to be very spirited Says the Lexington Leader As the Society of Equity has won its fight for no crop in 1908 and has iho Tobacco Trust at its mercy may we modestly suggest that it turn in and help the newspapers of America put a few crimps in the Paper Trust a You have our consent Editor Tim Needham has turned t over the editorial management of TheI Williamstown Courier to his son Mr 4 Needham has been in the harness a long tine and he will be missed by the press of the State Senator elect Bradley has decided to purchase a new hat and the Moun r taro Echo is unkind enough to intli mate that it is the result of an ab normally developed headIYesterday was Secretary Tafts day a to shine in Kentucky but the big Secretary is getting pretty close to is Indiana territory P ji IJ i 1 R1ISAN1 BOARD OF CONTROL MAY MAKE SOME IMPORTANT CHANGES IN THE MANAGE MEfiT OF ASYLUMS The first official investigation of th asylums of I r partNsan Boar Control rece y cree atll by uentucky General Assem bly was begun Thursday and will be continued until all of the charitable institutions of the State have been Inspected The Central Kentucky Asylum for the Insane at Lakeland was the first institution to come under the hives tigatlon the four members of the goingtgrounds and taking note of everything pertaining to the management the asy lum and the care of the patients con fined there The same rule will be applied to the other similar institu lions of the State the Feebleminded Institute at Frankfort being the tier scene of investigation and following arLexington and Hopkinsvjlle will be visited dWhile nothing definite regarding the- o nature of changes and improvements to be recommended by the board be given out until all of the instil- ii0nsof the State have been hcspdcte- of it was learned yesterday that the board will authorize the removal of many of the inmates of the four Insti tutions to their respective counties in the State where the facilities fo their care and protection will be main tamed This removal it is said will be for patients who have been cot fined at the institutions for years and are either greatly improved in health or are in such condition that they helpless or harmless This action on the part of the board is due to the fat that all of the charitable institution of the State are overcrowded and at the present time it is impossible t admit any more patients The moval of the more harmless patients can be done according to law bun t this Is the first time in our history where it has been found necessary to bring the law into effect The members of the bt pat tisn i board who are making the investiga tlon and inspection of the charitable institutions are Col Albert Scott chairman and Stanley Milward the Republican members and Percy HaIr DemOCrtttimmembers All four members of the board are on the tour of inspection invgstidhunt at Hopklnsvllle next week d lowing which a report and recommen dations of the board will be made GO Wiilsorf MEETING SocletfHeld at Georgetown on The Kentucky Midland Medical ciety held its fortyninth meeting at the court house In Georgetown Thursday evening The follow ing interesting program was rendered The Olsonls IndexSamuel Marks of Lexington Ky Discussion opened by Dr C G Daughorty of Paris Ky Lobar Pneumonia by DD W Sleet Midway Ky- Discussion opened by Dr Frank 11 Beard Shelbyvllle 4 Empyema Dr W H Smith o Danville Discussion opened by Dr N M Garrett of Frankfort Ky CystitisDraDiscussion opened by Dr R D Pratt Shelbyville Medical Aspects of Cuytitis Dr VI C McCauley Versailles Balloting on petitions for membership KNIGHTS TEMPLAR Will Be Constituted at Shelbyville on Saturday Shelby Commander of Knights Templar will be constituted tomor1 row the work beginning at 2 oclock n the afternoon and continuing until midnight The Marion Commander of Lebanon will give the degrees Grand Commander R R Burnam of Richmond who is the head officer of the State Grand Commandery is ex pected to be present and many Sir Knights from Louisville Eight candi dates will travel over the sands to the shrine The degrees will he conferred n Odd Fellows Hall An elaborate banquet wjJ ben feature of the nltatlon p Those who have given our printing trial have been pleased and gratla tied Some of our customers say it the best printing done in the city the best they have over received Q lWU t i fJNlSHINfi JHE NE CAPITOLS PLANS WILL BE CONSIDERED AT MEETING OF COMMISSION a NEXT EK- e Plans for house the t a notti plant to fu ic llghth heating and tf HH ad al the other ludoorwork necessar matte the new Capitol habitable be taken up at a meeting of the Board of Capitol Commissioners which will be held next weep Archl tect Frank M Andrews was here this week to meet with the Commissioners but Gov WIll ons absence postponemendt next week to tape up with the com missioners the winding up of mac of the work under the first appropria tions made for the capitol construe lion tomtMr tlttbuilding under new tr of 475000 made by the last Leglsla ture He says that he will not con sider ariw proposition for his services 1at less than five per cent the usual architectsuwhoevedmay be selected by the commission to have charge of the completion of the building will take upV with the board at the next meeting accordtn- r to present plans the details for the finishing touches which will be put on the building Splendid progress on the interior work has been made by the contrac tors during the spring months Tin- c weather has been fine for fast work and little more remains to be done- t Already the State officials are begin ning to make preparations for the removal of their offices to the ne- o buildings The Capitol board met Thursda with Capt E M Drane who was chosen as secretary to succeed Hen ry Ware acting for the fist time Nothing was done beyond the approval of bills but It was determined that at the next session a start will be made on the plans for the finish touches 1IWARNINfi- FROM NIGHT RIDERS SHELBY COUNTY FARMER DE CIDES NOT TO RAISE TOBACCOShelbyriile yA special which wes received here yesterday says As a result of a letter from the night yesterdayYone ty who had intended raising tobacco this year will not plant his crop He does not want his name used but say s the threatening letter was sufficient to deter him from planting tobacco although he had made his plans to grow the usual crop The latterwhjch was mailed in Frankfort was as fol lows being written with a pencil and in printed letters havefrun your lip long are tired of your old racket Your mouth must stop or we will blow you into hull You cant bluff us and you neednt try If we hear from you again we will hurt you Your neigh bors has told us that you were fixing raise tobacco Also some of your neighbors are fixing for tobacco You all have gone far enough We will see that neither of you raise a plant of tobacco Now if you think hell aint in store for you go on Wo can and will come and see your hide and barns Will learn you something yet Get all the guns you want We are well armed and are are going to do business with all of you people who attempt to raise tobacco in 1908 Whips matches guns and dynamite will bo your gains Such men as you have to learn a new trick some time Now we will hear from you soon and a prslbly see you If it is necessary we will use the rope Get ready to or be governed accordingly Hell wlIlv be your portion when we come We must not hear any back talk NIGHT RIDERS nAGNIRIn Greenfield Ind April 2d to Mr Ross Wagner and wife a boyMrs Wagner was formerly Miss Minnie Moore of this city daughter f Mr Whit H Moore and wife a We print anything and we print everything right 4L FUNERAL F J D6 JAS E ANTRltL Prominent and Influential Soldier Lawler and Jurist to Rest at Georgl niday mor after about rears of si udge James 1ass other shore J10Ibe Cant Jil pntehat tin al careej BB l olq i reared in at Georgetown ColIS a young man After he prepared himself for the ba located In St Louis Mo At the outbreak of the Civil War he returned to Scott county and rats ed a company of soldiers for the South ern Army He was at first assign 1ed to the command of Gen Abe Bu ford Later his company was trans ferred to the brigade of that Intrepid soldier and splendid cavalry comman der Gen Jno H Morgan and so re mained unitl the death of Gen Mar hisecompany were near by when Gen Morgan met his death Later he was a part of the com mand that accompanied President Jefferson Davis in his attempt to es cape from the country After the war closed Judge Can rensumed the practice of law Soon there after he was elected a Representative Legislaturegand benefit to his people Shortly after his term as Repre sentatlve expired he was nominated as a candidate for Lieutenant Gov onethe ticket with the lamented Gov Luke P Blackburn He filled the position in a very satisfactory way but retired from political life for sev oral years t5Again entering the field he was nominated and elected Circuit Judge from the district composed of Bourbon Franklin Scott and Woodford counties He served one full term was reelected and served as such JudgedWhile making his canvass for Ap pellate Judge he was stricken with paralysis at Owenton and tlthough elected he never regained ills health While he remained upon the appel late bench he was only able to sit three days and delivered one opin- Ion Something over a year agoI realizing his condition he re his position and retired to his home at Georgetown Judge Cantrill was a man of abil ity and firmness of purpose and was brought into great prominence by his conduct of the exciting and wearing trials of the noted Goebel cases Judge Cautrill was twice married and has a son by each marriage Hon J Campbell Cantrill by his first wife and Mr Cecil Cantrill by his last wife His wife and these sons survive him The funeral services were conduct ed from the Christian Church in Georgetown on Tuesday afternoon oftKnights of which order he was aJst Grandj andhVeterans A special train was run from this city to carry those who wished to at tend the funeral senicesdMANAGER McNAMARA Is Announces That Advanced Vaudeville Will be Given at Capitol Theatre One week from next Monday April 20 Franlfort theatregoers will have the pleasure of witnessing for the first time at the Capitol Theatre Advanced Vaudeville such as is present ed in all the largest cities of the en tire South and WestIManager McNamara left yesterday for Springfield Ohio to complete all arrangements for the presentation of advanced vaudeville In Frankfort by the National Managers Vaudeville Association of America whose head offices are located in Springfield Monday April 20 Is the date set for the opening and three performances day will be given every day except Saturday when five will be the order 3 p m and 730 and 845 and on Saturday at 230 and p m and 730 845 and 10 oclock There will be five feature vau deville acts including life motion pic tunes and operatic illustrated songs There will be new people every week j and acts will change on Monday and Tuesday each week Motion pictures and Illustrated songs will be changed daily so that there will be practically different show every day Tho price of admission will be within the reach of all14 cents and r1 JIrJ THE NEW SPRING SUITS Our 1lectlonTwould difficult 1tlhgTo those who havent fully decided what they will wear this J Spring we extend hearty invitation to come and see our line Well be ItAlllined well made sizes 34 to 40 15 J Ladles Tailored Suits in neat shadow stripes in brown and blue gored or plaited skirts 1950ILadles Tailored Suits in fine worsted Panama in black and 3t colors handsomely tailored Jacket Taffeta Silk lined special 25 Also big line ofLadies and Childrens Jackets very reasonable price C Hill i inNO 4143 8T CLAIR ST BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY f Brush Up a Little It Pays i i served seats can be secured for five cents extra which obviates the neces slty of getting into the rush when the doors open Judging from the unusual Interest that has already been aroused in advanced vaudeville this enterprise will doubtless receive the patronage from the public of Frankfort that it richly deserves special dispatch from Franklin last night says W J Speaker of the House has reo turned to his home from West Baden Springs where he after the of the He Is greatly Improved In health and while solicitations have come to him from all over the district to announce for Congress he has as yet given out ecision the matter whatever Good printing and prices our hobby APRIL 11r1908 s garment section j be very to say which model is the handsomest for each has an and beauty ftof its own Its a gathering of gar t 1rf a navy or showing a at AT went = IIAkw I II r 1irMAINCleaning Pressing and RepairinsliJOIN theatregoing so IA adjournment touching moderato SATURDAY readytowear individuality OUR Legislature I ilGerman Cake s ouncesbutter i onehalf lemon peel Stir butter sugar eggs and lemon peel until light iZ add flour knead until smooth put J dough on ice for a few hours 1011I figuresSuntil brownM1STRUCK BY TRAIN James Mackey a farmer living near Alton was struck Thursday after noon by a freight train on the South ern railway near Saffells distillery and fatally injured 0 No matter how small the job of printing you have we want it and we will give It the same careful atten tion as we would a great big one Wo desire your business and will show you that we appreciate same by doing good work Use either phone 11I fI9 SII tRH3I3TMCD TRADE MARK- et l U WEARS LIKE IRON jt1 liyourcleaning generally I carry the celebrated Green Sea Paint used here for twelve years and the famous Japa lac Am also agent for Alfred Peats Prize Wall Papers The 90S simple books which J now have and would be pleased to send to your home A postal or call ovor h will f j bring them1lFRANK IL STAJ6 t Ir i Hardware Paints Oils i Glass I I 210 l EI1T ANNZj SATURAY APRIL 11 1908 Society A Brief SynopsisOf What f s happening In Social CirclesIi WOOLUMS ADAMS At Mlllville r on Thursday Mr James L Woolums and Miss Halite Adams were married DE OMAN MORROW At Mill yllle on Thursday Mr Grover 0 Dedman and Miss Nora Morrow were marrield v j MONTGOMERY SCHOOLFIELD Frankfort society people will pleasurably surprised to learn of the forthcoming marriage of Miss An- Montgomery to Mr Charles B School 0fledyhich was announced Thursda bytheurldes parents Mr and Mrs ZJ Montgomery The date of the ceremony has been fixed for WeJnes day evening April 22 and will take place at the handsome Montgomery home In South Frankfort and will be witnessed by only the Immediate fam fifesof the young people Miss Montgomery is regarded as one of Frankforts most attractive belles and only recently was gradual ed from Smith College In Massachu setts Mr Schoolfleld who recently came here front Danville has already taken high rank among the younger attorneys and has made many warm friends who will congratulate him on winning so charming a young brIde 5i f SEWING CONTEST j The Lofting Club of this city attracting much attention by the novel entertainments that are being given of fate On Wednesday afternoon Mrs Buford Hendrick entertained tIle club and the feature of the occasion was a sewing contest which w entered into with spirit by the in dustrious matrons Prizes were fered for the best hemmed article tho iv or1 to be tone during the meeting The first prize a gold thimble was won by Mrs Warwick although M Horace Posoys work was so neat executed It was thought for a tin f the two ladfcs would have to draw for actedkthe judges The guests prize a potted lily was awarded to Miss Jennie Morris Af ter the contest an elegant luncheon was served consisting of several courses ICol Albert Scott and Gen Percy Haley of the Board of Control have just returned from Lakeland where they inspected the Central Asylum Mrs Charles E Hoge has returned from Atlanta City wliere she went to I see her son Percy Hoge who is there for his health and who Is considerably Improved ofVersaillesbf Miss Ruth JJllson has returned home Governor A E WIllson has return efl to his office aft r a business trip to LoUlsvUlej LouisvJbusiness tri- plr C J Whltemore has returned from a visit to his mother in May fleldl Hn Ruby Laffoon of Madisonville Is iw the city on professional buslh ness New from the bedside of Mr Harry Tand who is at Dawson Spring for his health is that he Is gradually Umprovjng from the use of the Aivlng waters Mrs Tandy and lit Ellizazb th are in fine health Col James Andrew Scott kas to Winchester and Beattyvlllooh le business t f + + a1+111x141 ++ RYtj141 1441 01014f + IJ i J lk Judge C E BocdH Bvife were in Louisville this w5 Dicing eir spring shopping t Judge H R Fr tors office left j Sterling t family Miss Mary Sam Winter ai Geo g from a weeks vifil Gregg at Ford Ky Mrs Ella Hutchinsdu Ellw who has been at the Norton Inflrmar for the past week has left the Instl tutlon and will shortly return to Fraukfort Mrs Sally Coyle of Bowling Green Is the MrsifromIthey went to attend LucyIMiss Margaret Pitman of Providence R L who has been the guest of her schoolmate Miss Montgomery left fo Louisville1 President JK Patterson of Stet University was here on business this week ExCongressman JC C Black Augusta Ga attended the funeral his father Dr Black He is a Wetly- of Stamping Ground Mrs Joseph Rupert went to Lexing ton Bnto frYwhose friends are urging him for t Superintendent of the Lexington natlc Asylum was in the city th week Mr and Mrs C G Marshall hay gone to Detroit to visit their rela Lives Mr Ernest Hughes who spent t weeks end with Mr Morgan Wood at his home at Anchorage has returned to FrankfortLouisville Herald Judge John M Lassing was over from Walton yesterday Mr and Mrs T C Geary andlitt daughter have gone to their farm In Woodford county to reside Mrs W H McAlpln and Miss Vir ginla Gray were in Lexington Thursday shopping Mr Howard Black has returned to his home In Minnesota after a visit to friends and relatives here IsAir James A Hodges and wife Mrs Leonard W Doolan and Mrs Geo W Lewis of Louisville come here with the remains of the late Dr E H Black on Tuesday morning enroute to Stamping Ground where the funeral and burial occurred Dr John G South and Mre South of Frankfort who have been visiting Mrs Souths father former Gov William O Bradley have returned to Frank fort CourierJournal rsJudge John D Carroll and wife severeal o have returned to Frankfot asJudge J P Hobson who has been recuperating for several days at French Lick Springs has returned very much improved in health Hon James E Stone chief clerk of the House of Representatives left last night for Petoskey Mich to join his wife who has been spending the winter there Mr Stone will spout several weeks in the northwest before returning to Frankfort to Ish up the work of comparing the printed Journals and acts Mrs Sam D Hines many friends in Frankfort will regret to learn that she has been quite III since her re turn to her home in Bowling Green Mr and Mrs James W Hugh e and family who for several yen have been malting their home ne Woodlake will next week move to this city and occupy their home on Second street near Shelby Col Noel GaInes and family who for several years have been living at Mrs Rodmans house on Campbell street moved Wednesday to the home of his father Mr John W Gaines on Broadway street Mr Sam Parrent and family who have been living on Second street ave leased Miss Minnie Scotts house on Third street and took pos session Wednesday morning Mr G Ah Bohannon a prominent attorney of Glasgow Ky was in ptloRev R A HardIn is tho guest of foullysal ed to her homo at Columbia after a visit of several week with friends here Mrs A D Norton and daughter Miss Mattle L have returned to their home In Sholbyvillo aftor a short visit with her daughter Mrs Austin Trip lett Capt Sam T Leavy manager of the Briar Lexingtonr the Haggtn estate near has resigned his position and roturn ed to Midway to live for thb present Mrs John G South spent several days with friends in Lexington this wee Ail Wily Woodiall of Covington who ath Mrs Brent at Le ing ton nnd Easter week wlth jJiss Pu was here Ned ev =nwE9ji attend the Club cindl was t Mrs Cl fMissSji nt Jr P terdayf e a vfsy Swfgc VRi Cromwell and Mrs iaB Brrenton are the guests o es Rankin at her home on gourth Avenue in Louisville Capt J M Woodyard has leased the house of Mrs Russell Rodman and will early next week move his fam ily here from Lexington Mr Sherleys wife and daughter will join him in June Miss Sherley being at present detained on account of being in school Miss Margaret Pitman of Prod dence R I who has been visiting Miss Mason Montgomery is in Louisville for a few toys on her way home Judge W L Pence and his slater hamre a stay in Louisville having ofea Mrs Nannie Caldwell of Louisville HonofsooPn SeA also visit Baltimore and will be gone until May 1 Messrs Grant L Roberts Geo- arnes and Chris N Wiard war among those who went to Louisville here yesterday to attend the flierhee Ml isate Home at Pewee Valley Is thu hayseson ter Urssury of Paris are the guests oheJudge Den V Smith of Somerset is AMrvllH are In the city hlevisit with relatives here = WOMANS CLUB The Womans Club will meet on Monday April the 13th at 330 p m with Miss Rebecca Averlll Papers will be read on Moliere and Racine and the roll call will be answered with names of works from these celebrated writers- Oommlttees will be appointed to take charge of arrangements for McClurgs lecture and also to exhtb iila the Traveling Art Gallery to be shoo a in FranMort on April 21st All Club members who have not yet contributed to the Frankfort Public Library will please bring the books to this meeting All the rest of the force Karl gone to Louisville to attend the Taft speaking Judge C E BooeandI Judge H R French held down the Auditors office They said that as one was a Democrat and the other a Republican they caught em comln nn a gwlne and no one with money was allowed to escape Sheriff W B Campbell of Bttll tt county brought a prisoner to the Penitentiary from Shepherds ville yes terday He took occasion to Inspecti the new capitol while here le was much pleased the handsome structure Dr David Kellar one of the best known physicians in Central Ken homes in rslieArmyirThe Womans Club takes pleasure in announcing that Mr Gilbert Clurg will be heard in Frankfort on next Tuesday April the 14th at 8 m in his very Interesting travel talk 0 Brave New World of Texa The Lone Star Land of Plenty a Fortune The lecture will be lilt trated by rnanw motion pictures a beautiful colored stereopticon viert Mr McClurg Is an eloquent speaker and his lectures have crowded the famous halls universities and lyce- uraa of America The New York Sun says Gilbert McClurgs lecture Is fine historically descriptively and pictorially This lecture will be given at the- Y M C A The tickets are being sold for 35 and 25 cents or admission can bo paid at the tool i w111 iMrs + +++ +++++ + +++++ iI t Prices Alright Style Alright t44444111114144440444411 JOYCE OPP COURTHOUSE + t II l ill JiIJl Jji HOME r TREATMENT IS BEST NOT NECESSARY FOR CONSUMP TIVES TO GO TO ARIZONA lJ lied fact that con mptz the climate iu which 1scontracted stay cured tt who go away and find temporaPllef are frequently no better off on their return and general ly lose In a few months all they gained properfsible to cure the disease at home and the comfort and economy should appeal to every one The Kentucky Anti Tuberculosis Association Is demonstrating what can be accomplished here and as many sufferers are wholly unable to go away they must be treated at home The work Is a worthy one mid Is of Interest to all Will you not Help Build the Fence EDMUNDS OUT FOR CONGRESS Young Man Formerly of Louisville Prominent In Politics In St Louis Sterling E Edmunds the son of the late Sterling Edmunds who was for many years a leading citizen of Louis vllle has come to the iront In St Louis politics and is a candidate for Congress in the Twelfth district The St Louts Star says of his candidacy tSerlngeCongress In the Twelfth district is gratifying to those who stand for cleanliness and honesty In politics r Edmunds has behind him a long line of distinguished ancestry He is a cleancut upright young man a student of political economy and If elected he would be a credit to St Louis WILL DECIDE NEXT WEEK Judge Barker Hears Argu ment on Christian County Shrie valty Injunction The motion of John M Renshaw to dissolve the injunction of David Smith which prevents Renshaw from acting as sheriff of Christian county was argued at Louisville before Judge Henry S Barker of the Court of Apr peals and taken under submission County Judge Prowse removed Smith from office for alleged failure to complete his official bond in the required time and appointed Renshaw as sher iff Smith then secured an injunction from the Circuit Court of Christian preventing Renshaw from act g The appeal to Judge Barker then followed He will decide the case next week ASSISTANTr ngThe acceptance by Governor Will son of the resignation of J D Cain of London as Assistant Mine Inspector makes a vacancy that will be much sought after Several applicants will hall from this section but It Is not known that any particular locality will be favored It is reported that Perry Cole former postmas ter at Plttsburg Ky will apply for the place which pays a salary of I200 and expenses Mr Cain was appointed by former Governor Beckham and his term did not expire for save ral months but he was tendered more paying position by a large min ing company operating in Tennessee and had decided to accept Mr Cain will be located at Habersham Tenn WILL NOT BE A CANDIDATE Hon Claude M Thomas of Paris nIcDemocratic nomi districtlistates that the call for n primary elfin hendrace on isndstfou rWinchester Democrat NOT THIS TIME lIon J A Sullivan who has been sick at Frankfort since before the Legislature adjourned has recovered sufficiently to go to his home at RIch- mond He has been very prominently mentioned as a candidate for Congress from the Eighth District but it is be lleved that he will not oppose Hon Harvey Helm Poi reelection but will get in line for next time Winchester Democrat o + The Pastors Aid Society of the Methodist Church has made some needed improvements In the parson ago during the week JKSiVi ili I r i FIVE + Housekeepers TAKE NOTICE In the future I will sell only to the storekeeper Will adhere STRICTLY to the JOBBING BlfelNESS Thanks For What You Have Done JESSE RIDDLE New PhoneH S WASH Maunder + + ItI YOUR YOUR tlBELTINGTHE CAPITAL FOUNDRY MACHINE CO CAN FIX IT Holmes Street Both Phones 11 MOTORS YOUR YOUR BOATS The triple Expansion Led gel BEST ON EARTH liB i ITripleIt has an expansion of nearly 200 per cent you know the value of this feature the ease In Inserting sheets and the great Increase capacity for additional accounts as the business demands- It Is the lightest ledger made today weighing less than half as much as aluminum back ledgers You know that excess weight is unnecessary and that bookkeepers do not like to handle a ledger weighing four or five pounds t It has no exposed metal parts to mar the desk a feature appre elated M all users It has strong positive quickacting mechanismiIt is made of absolutely the best materials obtainable the high est grade of leather and corduroy with the finest nickelplated finish The price is right enabling the dealer to meet competition THE FRANKFORT PRINTING CO Incorporated Frankfort Ky To spend ones spare momenta in studying how to make ones advertis lug more effective Is a moro rrolii compelling occupation than grumbling about the dullness of trade or the scarcity of money J PAGE Disappointed customers become dU satloflcd customers If a printer treats customers in the way in which he would like to be treats ed it a customer ho will never Ucl popularity A 4t f if VJjR CIPj 1ft PAGE SIX of PATRONIZE in Is r or HOME INSTITUTIONS a WE HAVE ACCEPTED THE AGEN CY FOR THE BEST LEDGER for MADE of is The loose leaf system of keeping books is particularly adapted to the use ot batiks a a larWt portion them have alreWy recognized this a factA few of the reasons why this system meets the rigid demand of the bunking business will not A amiss IsOfconsidered the most imperative in Its demands for balancing and in any well regulated bank the bookkeeper Is not allowed to leave the bank until his books are in perfect balance As the business does not close until four oclock it leaves very little time for the proper entries to be made and the balance drawn off j Any plan that will lighten the labon and make posting easier and balance taking easier certainly works to a most excellent advantage where these necessities prevail and that the post- Ing and balancetaking from a set of loose leaf books can be accomplished- in twothirds the time of any other set of books is a fact which any bookkeeper who warks upon a loose leaf will substantiate Not only in a bank bookkeeper time valuable but there are others in the bank who have to wait upon hls movements for their final rep whose time is of still more valueI hence it is the object of bankers t take advantage of such things in their accounting department as will faclUI tate the business and in this manne enable them to keep everything no t k tionly accurate and true but strictly t time limitr The loose leaf system provides a jledger which Is alive not moribund the bookkeepers themselves it ti sparkles with life It does not ra qUire a half hours time to scan ac r counts which are closed and perhaps have been for months It does not necessitate reference L book or card Index before you can locate the account It is awake It fairly bristles with opportunity and presents your accounts in alphabetical order ready for such entries as maybe necessary to bring the record up to the time of closing Safe Yes as safe as your vaults Dont you have a check against your sewed ledger Dont you know how much your balance must be from the tellers statement Would you not t know equally well if you had loose led books Instead of sewed books Bank accounts when closed are sel- dOm revived therefore there would j be but little transferring of sheets from the inactive binder The books tare much smaller take up less room on the desks and in the vaults and are therefore much more easily han dIed They do not build up and be awkward on account of the fact jjrthat sheets of active accounts as soon as full can be removed to the trans fer file and the active books relieved i Of the unnecessary matter for if ref JS erence is necessary to this record it is found in proper consecutive order sheet after sheet and remains so whether the customer banks with you ten months or ten years The loose leaf dally balance books is a great thing It is not very much used but its use would be universal If its merits could be fully appreciate ed I placed one of the books in a prominent bank in St Louis and the cashier tells me that no effort at im provement eTer gave him greater sat isfaction This book is arranged on the Boston Bank Ledger plan with a master sheet for the names which projects about four inches to the left Instead of having to write your name up monthly you do not have to write t them until the sheet is demoralized by withdrawals and even then you only have to write the pages thus affect ed The master sheet is followed By a short sheet having space for three days per page thus each sheet will last exactly a week and will accommo date thirtytwo accounts if necessary or may be used for less if the account kiis very active This daily gives checks in detail total checks deposits and balance and is a dally replica of the r ledger checking it effectively and do Ing away with any Journal record of checks The leaf is made tumble form so that all the writing is upon the left side of the book One of the great advantage of this r balance book is that balances are kept up close especially with uncer tain customers and bankers have told me that it was worth many times its cost in preventing ever drafts by undesirable customers t Another loose leaf book which has set with instant favor among the IxanksJs tho Note Ledger The beauty I1 t b 41 having the record of discounts kept this manner Is that the account always In the same place It Is found very quickly by the cashier discount clerk By referring to such an account which maybe secretly marked If desirable you can tell at glance whether the customer Is meeting his obligations promptly and whether his endorsers are satisfactory whether he has reached the limit set him or whether further accom modation Is to be denied The saving one bad account of this nature is worth a dozen of the ledgers Here where speed in locating an account tells The customer Is The cashier pxcuse elf for a mona he accmmt IsnMlntly found and in moment he knows what action to take He reenters almost before the custom knowshe is out and announces his decision Here is also a place where quick work tells With the old books you are obliged to hunt up and J locate the account and then perhaps C will find it transferred to some other of folio on account of the lack of proper spaceThere is a saving of time in enter- Ing in referring to the account by the president cashier or assistant cashier or whose ever business it is to pass upon such matters and of the custom er who admires such promptness Yes I will agree with you Loose leaf books for banks are the proper thing and every bank that is alive to Its best interests Is putting them in There are a number of other loose leaf books in use in metropolitan banks but those described and following are the principal ones Many banks use the loose leaf for Minute Books Stock Ledgers Eastern Balance Book Draft Register Check Register for cashiers checks Certifi cate of Deposit Register Collection Register In Collection Register Out Remittance Register Note Tickler Interest Book Average Bal ance Book Liability Ledger General Cash Journal Tellers Tickler Signature Book Dividend Registers Check Journal Perpetual Trial Balance Col lection Tickler Statement Journals Recapitulation etc We have a line of samples at out fice and will be glad to show them to you BIG BUNCH BROUGHT TO PEN TWENTYNINE PRISONERRS WERE BROUGHT HERE WEDNESDAY FROM LOUISVILLE Twentynine prisoners one of the largest delegations in many months was brought here Wednesday from the Jefferson county jail to the penitentiary to begirt terms of imprisonment The crimes of the various pris oners range from murder to arson and include nearly every offense in the calendar The terms of imprisonment range from one to fifteen years There is one murderer among them Gabe Jones colored convicted of the mur der of another negro and sentenced to fifteen years Imprisonment Fif teen deputies accompanied them and acted as an escort one for two pris oners The list follows Ed Tracy two years R Williams two years Thomas McKeever two years Sam Rowland ten years Al bert Jones five years William Henson one year Joseph Moore four years John Hollie two years Silas Owens one year Charles House one year Charles Carroll three years Margaret Fields one year Henry Lewis five years Mat Smyer one year Harry Bell seven years Robert McDonald two years Thomas Smith one year Kirk Grundy two years sham Boyd two years Charles Mil er two years Frank Wagner four rears Gabe Jones fifteen years Kent Brown one year Tony VIny two rears R Dragoon five years Frank Jray five years William Gray five years NO REQUISITION So Far Has Been Asked for Taylor and Finley So far no step has been taken look ing to the issual of n requisition for either W S Taylor or Finley It has been suggested that it would be proper to have Taylor and Flnley brought back and tried before final action is taken by the Governor on the repli cation for pardons tor Powers and Howard for the reason that some now tacts might be developed on these trials that would tend to show more clearly the Innocence or the guilt of the two men now seeking pardons It is urged that it coul J do no harm rind might satisfy everybody Albert Mathey aged nine years of Kansas City collected 800 onecent pieces in threp years and offered the money to a music dealer for a violin rr MIiJIIiiiI it CHARGES WERE NOT SUBSTANTIATED BAILEY MILL PRECINCT ELECTION CASES DISMISSED ON MOTION OF COMMON WEA The famous q recinct election cases abd Bfc ft much ado was made befo BpKt State campaign by the Republican press dismissed in the Franklin Circuit Court here Thursday morning IUpon motion of Couinty Ajforney Frank Dalley the indictments against W Waldner J W Watkins and L Watkins the Democratic officers election at that precinct in the election of 1903 when the fraud was alleged to have been committed were dismissed Prosecutor Daley stated to the court that a full investigation of the cases had been made and the Com monwealth was satisfied that the facts were not such as would warrant hope of a conviction He said the men Indicted were among the most substantial and best citizens of the Stout entered the order of dismissal The charge against thee election officers was that they voted trees rocks and other inanimate jects in the election PRICETAYLORr GETS MORE NOTORIETY SWEARS OUT WARRANT TO RECOVER RING HE GAVE A YOUNG LADY A special from St Louis Wednesday o the Cincinnati Enquirer says After searching for her in the van JUS hotels and cafes a deputy sheriff late today served a writ of replevin for the return of a solitaire diamond ring ipon Miss Lucille Mulhall the famous young horsewoman The writ was Issued this morning at the instl atlon of Price M Taylor of Ken ucky former passenger agent for the Southern Railway Mr Taylor told the judge who is sued the writ that he was afraid he would lose the ring unless he re overed it at once since he heard hat Miss Mulhall was engaged be married to a rival The deputy sheriff located Miss lulhall In the office of a physician and patiently waited until she emerged be tore performing his duty Miss Mulhall is the twentyyearold laughter of Colonel Zack of the famous 101 Ranch in Oklahoma Her laying horsewomanship in broncho vesting and skill with the lariat have ttracted widespread attention Both the President and Mrs Longworth before her marriage often visited at the ranch and Miss Mulhall was also the nest at the White House whenever n Washington Price Taylor was born and reared In this city and is a brdther to Mrs 0 A Watts E Hobbs Buell and Lan don Taylor CAUGHT BY SOLDIERS SOLDIERS BAG EIGHT OF THE ALLEGED NIGHT RIDERS NEAR MURRAY A special from Murray says Lieut Wilburn with eight mount ed soldiers has gone to the end ot the county and is expected to arrest nine men charged with whipping farmersCounty Judge Wells County Attorney Barnett and Sheriff Edwards are continuing their investigation of the night riders and say they are getting to the bottom of the trouble Evangelist Cline preached a ser mon against night riders and called a pledge against lawlessness All signed The soldiers bagged eight alleged night riders and rode in with them at noon They are Ed Thompson Bob Duncan Jake Elite Jack Elkins Dumas Miller Hardin Lovett Charles Elkins and one named Tidwell All are from the Blood river section and were placed in jail They are young farmers We will call and show you samples ot any kind of printing Use either phone No 11 If You Buy Them Of Selbert There the Best That L1Mo ey n Secure r BEST IJIJ WeII Y Cllt flu ss R 7 lf To be found in the City of Frankfort f M A SELBERT JEWELER i IF YOUBUYDIT ATISELBERTS ITS GOOD I ADVERTISED LETTER LIST The following is a list of letters remaining In the Franfort PoatofQo for the veek ending April 11 Anlu Miss Leacse Adkins Mrs Bennett G N Can Henry Combs Mrs R C Douhtit Press Dyer Hon C A Dickerson Will Gardner Miss Grover Mrs Sallle Hambrick Mrs Frankie Special Holt Hon Will Hopper Hon Carson Hawsel John His Miss Winnie Humprey Jake Johnson Miss Ethel Little Charlie Morgan T D Miller Mrs Mary Belle Minsorge Joseph Nelson Miss A Olive Mrs P W Reid Miss Louise Porter Walace Richardson Mc H Riddle James Roberts Kenneth M Sweeney W A Seermon Mary Belle Skinner John Shobe W L Smith Brown Tailor Mary Taylor Harold Thrmsback Miss Jocie Tinch Tom Van Sant Hon Aufus Waters J H Wills Mrs Sarah Any one calling for these letters vlll please say advertised- G L BARNES P M a N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STAES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY BANKRUPTCY In the matter of James A Vlolett BankruptOn 8th day of April A D 1908 on considering the petition of the aforesaid banrupt for discharge filet on the 16th day of March A D 1908 it is ordered by the court that a hear ing he had upon the same on the 28th day of April A D 1908 before said court at CovIngton In said district at 11 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be pub- lIshed one time In the Frankfort Week ly News a newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may ap pear at said time and place and show cause If any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not be the Honorable A M J Cochran Judge of said court and the seal thereof at Frankfort in said dis- trIct on the 8th aby of April A Di 1908 CHARLES N WIARD Clerk 3y EMILY H COLEMAN D 0 11 LI 1E o r The typewriter always expects more and better service from the l RemingtonTypewriter than from any other writing machine He has reason to a right to and we want him to Remington Typewriter Company New York Everywhere 246 4th Avenue Louisville Ky I 7Jo ae 1547 F CAPITAL HOTEL E B WEITZEL MANAGER Speoial attention given to the transfer of baggage Use either phone Oldost and best hostelry in the city SATURDAY APRIL 19os user and EASTER SALE ftI 1 Jackets 500 760 I Shirts 375 b X750 Suits 1250 lb 18 Special Linen Sale Next Week J Linen Lawns 25q Linen Cambric 29c l F JL lleen ej I Am Ready To Make The Best PHOTOS f And alt styles of Portraits and Grupeat roy new Gallery South Frankfort Bridge St Call on the Reliable Photo gro H G MATTER Liquors and Whore to Buy The The Pure Food LaW will not ailflot us We always Id and always will sell nothing w ut Straight Liquors at GEO B SALENDEH 45 St l- ajjjjJ IATURAY APRIL 11 1908 T FINALA- RRANGEMENTS BEING MADE MESSRS KENNEDY AND NELL PROMISE TO GIVE FRANKFORT THE BEST BASE BALL IN HER HISTORY Managers Kennedy and Nell of the Frankfort Base Ball Club are making the final arrangements for the coming season and from all Indications will give the fans of the Capital City high class sport frcm beginning to end On account of the recent heavy rains the ball park Is all to the bad but If Old Sol will come out for a few days the grounds will be placed in the pink of condition The managers will leave nothing undone this year for the convenience- of Its patrons New seats will be built and the park will have every appearance of the city guys The first game of the season will be played at Shelbyville on the 22d and from the dope thats going the rounds It will be a battle royal Following Is the lineup for this gameFranltfortKaeUn left field Cun ningham third base Allison short stop Angermeler catcher Wright center field Burger W first base Nell second base Rice right field Burg H S Brock or Cornell pitcher Shelbyville Long A second base Meehan short stop Perkins center field Long P third base Brown first base Secrest right field Owens catcher Harris left field Sanders Collins or Long pitcher Mr L C Allison of Bowling Green arrived Wednesday to don the Frank fort uniform He Is the first of the outoftown players to report for duty Reappears to be there with the goods and has the reputation of be ing one of the fastest short stops in the south He has already made a favorable Impression with the tboys Another ball club has been organ ized in this city by some of the younger sports and if the weather will permit they will tackle Kennedy Nells crack team Sunday Roberts and Goinare the managers of the new team which they will call the Shamrocks The lineup is as fol- lowsr Goln catcher Crutcher pitcher Thompson short stop Roberts first base Smith second base Robb cen rtel field Emmett left field W Wright right field C Marshall sub statute GOING AFTER US Members of the local base ball team are getting all the practice they can In order to be In applepie order for the opening game with the Frankfort team April 22 Scott Stratton the old league player has promised to hold down the initial bag in the opening game for Manager Brown who will be unable to play on account of a sore arm due to being vaccinated Shelby ville News m WILLS- ONrWJLi BE VERY BUSY TODAY PETITIONS FOR PARDONS WILL OCCUPY HIS ENTIRE ATTEN T ION The petitions for pardons for Caleb Powers and James Howard two of the men charged with complicity in the murder of William Goebel eight years ago were taken up by Gov Wfllsoa this morning and his decis ion In the matter will probably be given out the latter part of next week Gov Willson returned to Frankfort 1Thursday and said that after he had i disposed of the business of State call- Ingi for his immediate attention he would take up the questions of par dons for Powers and Howard The Governor said he would hear the arguments to be advanced by the attorneys both for and against the is suance of the pardons after which he would go thoroughly over the trans script of the records In each of the trials He said his decision in neither of the cases would be Influenced by politics but that he would act clearly within the limit of the law o- Have you rend the ruling of the Third Assistant Postmaster General regarding delinquent newspaper sub scribers If you havent come In and pay your subscription and wo will tell you about It Pleasing particular people in print ing Is one of our specialties f SOME MILK A Massachusetts Cow Gives 1044 Pounds of Milk In a Single Day Back to Nature Hail 0 champion nurser of the human race Hall O quiet chewer of nutritious cud Blessed be peace and open air beasts and sunlight and especially blessed be this cow of her we sing Hall Pauline number 4 if that name you love 0 buttelHj Riplon of the world Think of giv BLp44 pounds of milk In a single d ni at a high average of fr I think I could tF animals y Ynd s lt contained I stand and long and long They do not s their condition They do not He L and weep for their sli They do not make mdTRCk dls Ing their duty to God Not one Is dissatisfied not one is tlementel with the mania of owning one kneels to another nor to his kind that lived thousands of years agoNot ono Is respectable or unhappy over the whole earth Would the pen of Homer were our own for we have no taste to celebrate the feats of admirals and presidents prizefighters and millionaires and would fain do justice to the cow for she by her own unaided might can support thirty babies on this earth This journal too strenuous often in sadness we believe it to be more strenuous than Inspired higher in purpose than In charm but yet how dearly it loves to forget the dust and sound of strife to rest In reverence for such forces as are summoned to the mind by regarding the animal on this page shrdlucmfm this page Colliers Weekly NO BURLEY CROP SECRETARY CLARK OF FAYETTE COUNTY SAYS THEY HAVE WON THE FIGHT Prof J D Ulark secretary of the Fayette county branch of the Society of Equity says We have won the fight for no 1908 crop as the canvassed returns now n possession of the society will show Not enough tobacco will be raised In the Burley district this year to give eaph man a pipeful around The society is In better shape now than ever before and what Is of more Importance to the growers the price of tobacco Is going up every day Pool ed tobacco is now commanding a price beyond the most sanguine expec tations of the promoters of the Equity representative of a large Independent manufacturer was In Lexing ton this week to sample eightysix hogsheads of the Equity tobacco In the warehouse there preliminary to making the purchase Secretary Clark says that he will deliver this week twenty hogsheads which have been purchased by another Independent manufacturer sLOUISIANA Offers Land to Kentucky Planters Who are Forced Out A plan to Invite tobacco growers from those portions of Kentucky who have suffered from night riding to settle in North Louisiana where there are hundreds of thousands of acres of tobacco lands was announced Thursday by Manager Trezevant of the New Orleans Progressive Union This body has had the matter under consideration with the State Commis stoner of Agriculture Charles Schuler He says that highly satisfactory re suits have been obtained at the North Louisiana experiment station of his department In growing and curing to bacco and that there and large areas of land In the northern section of the State on which experienced tobacco growers can make excellent profits Mr Schuler says that the State Board of Agriculture Is ready to assist those desiring to cultivate tobacco In Louis ianaThe Progressive Union has written to the leading commercial organiza tions of several North Louisiana cities Including Shreveport Monroe Minden and Alexander asking them to co operate In bringing tobacco growers to the State 118 Mr E J Curley a prominent distiller of Jessamine county was fined 250 in the Franklin Circuit Court on account Of his failure to make are port to the Auditor of the quantity and kinds of spirits he had In his bonded warehouse In Jessamine county in 1803 No now points of law are volved In the case which was tried hero before the State Fiscal Court and could not be brought In Jessa nine county J ONE BY ONE THE ROSES FALL MR M R GLENN IN DANGER OF LOSING HIS POSITION AS RATE CLERK As to the rumor that he Is to los ltlon as rate clerk th Commission fr R it mt the only he has such a o part mig netyspa 1t a been p time th am iLeglslatu splocte him and secure fbut that he has no rea we the Commissioners will move ITim so shortly after his ap ointmentIt that before the appoint ment of Mr Glenn was made Governor Willson told the two Repbllcan mem bars that notwithstanding they com posed a majority of the board Mr Ferguson was entitled to some consid eration and It Is claimed that he was largely responsible for the appoint ment of a Democrat This move was said by his friends to be In Urn with his bipartisan policy What sition Gov Willson will take in the matter now is not knownjOf the numerous place Denver B Cornett Is said to have the Inside track provided Sena torelect Bradley is successful In his effort to put a Republican In Mr Glenns place Representative S A Smith Is also said to be after the place and Representative Hannah wouldnt mind It is claimed REPLACED BY A NEW ONE The Famous High Bridge Will Shortly be a Thing of the Past Within a few months High Bridge one of the wonders of this wonderful Blue Grass country will have passed Into history A newer stronger more uptc date bridge Is to replace It oven the site will be changed for the new bridge will be built further up the river at the point where the Dix river empties Into the Kentucky TheI Queen Crescent railway which owns the old bridge has completed the survey for the new one and It will probably be completed within a year The new bridge Is to be higher than the present one whieh Is even yet a marvel of architecture in this day of marvels At the time of Its construction In 1876 It was the highest bridge on the continent and was considered one of the wonders of the decade s HINTS FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Yorkshire Pudding The recipes usually seen produce a soggy mass very different from the broadacred shires product Try this from a genuine Yorkshire wom an Beat thoroughly two eggs yolks and whites together six tablespoon fuls flour salt to season and milk until the whole Is the consistency of thick cream Pour Into a roasting pan and bake In the dripping sfrom the roast or heat to the boling point one tablespoonful of lard or drippings and bake In this twenty mlnues It Is truly delicious with the accompani ment of roast beef and brown gravy Soft Gingerbread One cup molasses one egg one tea spoon ginger lard and butter the size of a large egg A generous pinch of salt and stir with flour then add one cup boiling water and one tea spoon soda This may seem thin but dont add any more flour Brown Bread One and onehalf cups dry bread crumbs that have been dried and browned a little In the oven and then rolled fine twothirds of a cupful of flour one cupful molasses one and onehalf cupfuls sour milk one and onehalf cupfuls cornmeal one cupful raisins two teaspoonfuls soda one teaspoonful salt Steam three hours and a half Corned Beef If the beef Is very salty it will nee soaking several hours perhaps over night It is then placed with one or two bay leaves In a deep earthen dish used for baking beans Boiling water Is poured over till the meat is covered by an inch of water Coyer with a plate place it in the coolest part of the oven after the noon meal and let It remain there all night If a fire is kept all night the meat may be put in the oven late In the afternoon In the morning it will be ready for the press This meth od has many advantages It disposes of the odor of boiling corned beef the meat Is usually we l flavored land can be used in manyways as If It wer fresh beef I have made ragouts minces meat loaves and various combinations with crumbs rice and made sauces which I have never consider ed possible with corned beef The faton the cold pot liquor furnishes very good shortening ipr ginger bread and from the liquid I Lave made several kinds of soups Bacon Fritters Cut fresh pork Into pieces about half an Inch square and fry until done but not brown Take one cup flour one cup Southern cornmeal one teaspoon ful salera ti a pinch of salt and eno h make a stiff batter up stiff and light nd add the cooked por ough to mix well Fry i d eat with good SouthernRice and Tomato Soup Put one tablespoonful of butter Into a saucepan add two small onions chopped fine and cook without brown Ing Add one can of tomatoes or three pints ripe ones two cupfuls of water one teaspoonful of salt six peppercorns and two sprigs of pars ley Cook until tomatoes are soft then rub through a sieve Return to the saucepan with two table spoons fulls of wellwashed rice and simmer slowly for one hour Press again through a selve and add more season ing If desired Baked Croquettes Many kinds of croquettes can be baked This does away with the odor from the boiling fat Mashed potatoes rice and macaroni need only a little beaten egg and the proper seas onings The same Is true of meat or fish with rice or crumbs The mater ial ready shape the coquettes as you please roll twice each In egg and put in buttered pan about an inche apart and bake in a hot oven not more than ten minut- esOfNNNN1 +NNNN ++ i Religiou i ++ +NINNNNNNNINNI ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn the rector will conduct the services 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser mon 730 p m Evening Prayer 930 a m Sundayschool In the chapelWednesday evening prayer at 730 p m The public generally Invited to attend FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev- M B Adams pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 In the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 630 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 In the chapel Everybody cordially Invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m In the chapelChristian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday even ing at 730 oclock In the chapel Everybody Invited 5 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 5 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Services will be held as follows Sundayschool in the Lecture room at 945 a m Morning worship at 11 oclock The pastor Rev Jesse R Ziegler will Peoples League In the Lecture room at 645 p m Evening Worship at 730 The pastor will preach You will be welcome at each ser vice METHODIST CHURCHRev J S 1da m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m Epworth League will meet at 645 pm PrayerMeeting on Wednesday even Ing at 730 p m Everybody cordially invited to at tend these services SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN ORUROHRev Wm Orowe th pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p Young Peoples Society at 7p m Sundayschool at 945 Prayer Meeting Wednesday even eingat730pmEverybody 3ay Ma ir l live will Y b is liga Moore a vou ere Yes my child if you dont ADVERTISE YOUR EGGS- in the Poultry Department of the Louisville Ky If Reliable Garden Seeds We are handling this season as we have for years Landreths GardenSeeds These goods have the repututation of insuringcrops Can We- Supply YouI Ebner Co 312 Main St LBiLarshallCoREAL AND LOAN AGENTS FRANKFORT KY Have both farm and city property for sale at all times and are also prepared to place loans on firstclass farm prop erty at five per cent Cough Vp The U S Postoffice Department has made a new ruling publishers pet to exact the pay in advance for all subscribers whose papers are carried in the mails at the secondclass rate or poundOtherwise age rate would be prohibitory All publishers are given a limited time in which to adjust their subscription list to the new rul alliour subscribers are requested to at once pay up in advance else when the time limit expires we shall bo compelled to stop sending the paper except to paidein 1 IJII fAGE SEVEN ENTRAL KENTUCKY TRACT1OW COMPANY Schedule affective on and anDecember 3 1f07 Cars will leave Lexington for Vm allies and Frankfort every hour 1nm 300 a m to 600 p mn lncltlvt Cars will leave Lexington for Vt tallies at TP m9am and 11 to m Cars will leave Versailles for Frwri fort every hour from 645 m IIMII 45 p m Inclusive Cars will leave Frankfort for Vie sallies and Lexington at 100 i mnd every hour from 730 m until 730 p m Inclusive Cars will leave Versailles for Len gton ever hour f 615 a m wv 815 p m IncPlrve and at 1011 pm Runfhg time Lexington to VarwR riinitfortJ B CRAWFORD General Manager FranKfOrt GlncinDoli Bgi The Midland Route Local Time Tablp IN EFFECT JANUARYr t No84 IA 14I l a a DAlLY KXUKKl SUNDAY tfiotiliPJria Frankton Ar 7iae za ILTD Summit or 118 Elkhorn IIIO Johnson 1030 8II34 Newtowna AM 41RConnects Connect at Georgetown Union Depot with Q Central at Paris Union Depot with Xentuoq Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L BETWEEN CINCINNATIVIA P ML AIdi aLpX 00 Frankfort Arl l115l7816 471LT Georgetown 1eArII0 001II BETWEEN OINOINNAftVa AHIP MI mT LT Frankfort JLr 7 W JM S t Georgetown Ar Ar 84t610 Ar Cincinnati Lv J K KKNTUCK1 CENTRAL B B PODITO AliJPaGEO B HARPER PTM andGeal BuDCWELllA Louisville fltlantio Bailwau EAST BOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains leave Versailles for Eeatty ripe and Intermediate points at 791 a m and 1220 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains from Beattrrllle and lataiv mediate points arrive at VeriallHft 1015 a m and 635 jx ON SATURDAYS ONLY TnR leaves Versailles for Richmond t51E ri intermediate points at 710 p m- OM SUNDAYS ONLY Trwleaves Richmond for Vercafll ea IKy intermediate points at 355 p mr3The L ft A and the Traotloa Ltua afford excellent service bttwMK Frankfort and Nlckolasrillt mood Irvine Beattyville land interdiata points lies tartktc 18tonI H R SMITH GIVarsAillM Ky Chesapeake Ohio Ry MJectLlwited for Leafanrille Hashfllle M K phis West sad S Umeit 940 J M DallyLlaite4 per WaihiBgtsa Baltimore P6 ladel pfala New Yerk Richmond OU Point and Ntrfolk 1015 1 M mA 745 P X Daily 28lyi CHANGE OF STREET CAR SCHEDULE l Cars leave Capital Hstsl For Park LiMo mlftYltllltFor Cemetery Lint 645 a m and every 41 mini 1 until 945 p m For Ltestswn Line 690 a m and eve ryyjtntll 1015 m THE CENTRAL KY TRACt CO j pAOE EIGHT i- ATTORNEYS UNABLE TO ATTEND V cTJION IN RAILROAD RATE ct CASES POSTPONED UNTIL MONDAY Because of the failure of several of the attorneys representing the rail roads of Kentucky to be present at the conference of attorneys for the Railroad Commission and the legal counsel of the railroads of the State the conference led lr Thursda morning In Louisville to try to formulate plans for making a motion be fore Federal Judge A M J Cochran of Maysville to ascertaa the legal status of the Railroad Commission1 fixing freight rates was continued un til next Monday morning Alex Pt Humphrey of the Southern Henry L Stone of the L N and C C t McChord attorney for the Railroad Commission were the only attrneys able to be at the meeting on Thurs day Although but three attorneys were at the conference there was consid arable preliminary discussion on the matter Nothing definite could be r agreed upon however because of the absence of several of the attor neysThe plan for making such a motion was talked over generally At the 1end of the meeting the three attor nets who were in attendance were by no means decided on the main point of the discussion Whether a motion should be made to Judge Cochran asking him to hand down an opinion on the constitutionality of the com mlcslons power to fix rates The three attorneys who were present at tho meeting are of the belief that at the conference Monday some definite conclusion as to wheth er the step will be taken will be de tided upon It will be necessary to go over all the legal phases of the question and several meetings beheld by the attorneys before the take any action one way or the oth ereIn the event that they do not decide to lay the big legal question be tore Judge Cochran the taking of evi dence In the rate cases which evi dence the commission will use In asking that the temporary injunction y against the commission from putting Its scale of rates In effect be dissolv ed will be continued within a few daystip rMISS WITT Recipient of Handsome Silver Purse From Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co S Miss Ola Witt who for several a years has been the long distance op- erator4 of the Frankfort Telephone Company had presented to her a handsome silver purse by the Ken tucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company Mr E Et Abbett Assistant Secretary of the company wrote Mr L C fowling Manager of the lowing letter Mr L C Rawlings Mgr- Frankfort K- yDearSlrAs you are doubtless aware the office of this company will- be moved from Frankfort to Louis ville the latter part of this week and before going we desire to commend the young lady who has charge of the xtt long distance calls in your office She been uniformly kind and attentive and has handled our business with promptness patience and perfect sat isfaction and It gives us great pleasure to hear such testimony In her own t behalf Very truly yours KENTUCKY DISTILLERIES AND COPE E Assistant Secretary Seven men were arrested at Murray on warrants charging them with being night riders the specific allega tion being banding and confederating to injure others The arrests were made by the State troops now In charge of the situation at Murray and a change has been made in the attitude of the citizens toward the soldiers who are now locked on with favor Politicians of both parties are deep ly interested in the programme of the American Federatfon of Labors which proposes to take am active po sition either for or against all candi dates for national offices Meetings will be held this month In all cities where the labor men are organized to try out the men who are candi dates for Representatives W E Castle of Louisville yesterday Was elected president of the Millers National Federation in conven lion in Chicago i 7 HIGHER STATE TAXES THIS YEAR c STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION CONTINUES TO INCREASE AS SESSMENT The State Board of Equalization continued Its work of equalizing the assessments oh various counties ofI the State following the example which has been consistently seJfjby the bLed ing on substantial raises to the assessments of the coun ties considered The board Is mal ing these raises In the face of the vlgirous protest of delegations of pro minent citizens and offlclalsfiom the counties affected They say that t5e llepubllcah administration will have no trouble In securing what money It needs to run the State government for although the tax rate has not been Increased and no bonded debtedness has been saddled upon the people still the taxes which they will have to pay this year will be higher than ever before because of the In crease valuation set upon their lands by the State Board of Equali zation Delegations from three counties went before the body but In each stance Increases In the assessments were ordered County Judge G111 Bohannon represented Barren coun ty which got a final raise of 7 percent on farm lands and 10 per cent on town lots From Hardin county were Judge Cyrus Veils Assessor C L Crume Supervisor S L Waggon er and Messrs B L Elder and W C Montgomery The final assessment on Hardin property was raised 2 per cent oni town lots and 4 per cent on farm lands Bullltt county was raised only 2 per cent on lands Judge Leroy Daniel H B Troutnvan and J B Monroe made up the Bul lift delegation of protefctfcnts Nel son PulaBki Boyle and Calloway will rbe taken up for consideration by the board today rDISTRIBUTION To Growers Whose Tobacco Has Been Sold by the Burley Pool In an Interview at Lexington yes terday afternoon Secretary J D Clark of Lire FayettEt County Board of Equity Soceity stated that all ar rangements have been completed to begin at once distributing money from the tobacco sold to members of the Equity Society all over the bur ley district The only delay is now caused in getting blanks printed As soon as this is done checks will be mailed Clark denied the report that the society will retain 10 per cent on all tobacco sold for expenses but said that all money will be paid the growers when the tobacco In pool is sold This tobacco amounts to about a hundred and sixty million pounds originally and practically only a small amount has been sold On certain grades he says 90 per cent of the purchase price will be paid in cash 10 per cent being withheld for a time as a reserve fund Eighty thousand pounds were delivered yesterday to independent buyers at Equity prices IHORSE BREEDERS IN SESSION Important Interstate Meeting In Prog ress at the Seelbach About fifty members of the Ameri can Saddle Horse Breeders Associa tion attended the annual meeting which was held yesterday In the red room at the Seelbach The first ses sion was called to order at liVelock by Gen John B Castleman tlo pres ident The reports show according to Secy I B Nail was that the asso ciation is in a prosperous condition and acompllshing a good work for the Interests of the breders of fine saddle horses A feature of the session was an address made by the lion George M Rommel a representative from the Livestock Bureau of the Depart ment of Agriculture at Washington He had as his subject Types of American horses The bureau Is promoting the breeding of American saddle and carriage horses in prefer ence to importations of foreign horses and the American Saddle horse Breeders Association is coops rating with the government For 100 years America has been importing foreign horses for breeding purposes and it is claimed that It is not nec essary as the blood of the American stock is just as good The association has members in Kentucky Indiana Texas Missouri Tennessee and other States Mom bers from a number of States are attending the annual meeting The association was organized in 1891 and has its headquarters in this city LDUISYlIIEiVe ffltattt r Gattle Receipts 24 head for the four days this week 241 The demand was about equal to the supply anllI everything on sale changed hands early with no material change in valI ties unless choice butcher stuff can be considered as showing an improve ment some thinking that class sold today about lOc hlgiip rst of the weep Anj of butcher stuff In g they are no more ra was a good inqulr BK SMshJ grade feeders and l there been any here could have been sold a shade higher common trashy kinds are a little draggy at steady prices Bulls no more than steady canners dull to a shade lower No heavy shipping cattle on sale yester lay the receipts of teat class have been very light since Monday and with a good Inquiry that class could have been sold a shade higher Choice milch cows barely steady at the first of the weeks prices thin small cows fully 250 lower CalvesReceipts 21 head for the four days 238 There Is no change to note in the market best calves selling from 6 to 625 fair to good calves 5506 common kinds dull and hard to sell HogsReceipts 2332 head for the four dds this week 5892 With a good attendance of buyers on the yard yesterday and a good active de mand everything on sale was absorb ed early at an advance of 5c per hun tired on mediums and heavies and steady on all other grades best 100 Ibs and up Belling at 620 120 to 160 Ibs 590 90 to 120 tbs 525 light pigs 450 roughs 550 down At the close everything on the market was sold and several orders carried over unfilled Sheep and Lambs Receipts 142 head for four days 186 Best fat sheep 5550 best fall lambs 5pI Quotations CATTLE Good choice export steers 6650 light shipping steers560600 good to choice butchers steers 5500600 medium to good butcher steers 5j 550 common to medium butcher steers 425475 good to choice butcher heifers 525575 medium to good butcher heifers 450500 common to medium butcher heifers 4440 good to choice butcher cows 450500 medium to good butcher cows 4450 common to medium butcher cows 350400 canners 150275 good to choice fat oxen 5550 medium to good oxen 425 475 good to choice bulls 425 450 medium to mood bulls 4425 common to medium bulls 3375 good to choice veal calves 6650 medium to good veal calves 550 600 common to rough calves 450 good to choice feeders 450 485 medium to good feeders 4Q 450 common and rough feeders 350 400 good to choice stock steers 425475 medium to good stock steers 350400 common to medium stock steers 3350 good to choice stock heifers 325 375 good to choice stock heifers 325375 medium to good stock heifers 3Q 325 common and plain mixed stock ers 250300 good to choice milch coWs 354500 medium to good mUch corns 253500 common and plain milch cows 18502500 HOGS Good to choice packers andlbutch ers 200 to 300 Ibs 620 medium pack and butcher 160 to 200 lbs 620 light shippers 120 to 16Q tbs 590 choice pigs 90 to 120 lbs525 light pigs 50 to 90 Ibs 450 roughs 150 to 500 tbs 550 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to choice fat sheep 450 550 medium to good sheep 350 400 common to medium sheep 250 1325 bucks 3325 choice lambs 650725 seconds 5550 good butcher lambs 450500 culls and ail ends 4450 0 LOUISVILLETOBACCO MARKET The Louisville leaf tobacco market was devoid of feature Business con tinued light the aggregate offerings at all the warehouses being only 459 hogsheads 329 Burley and 130 dark The quality of both the Burley and the dark was below the average and the condition was poor There was a strong demand for Fall grades and prices were firm and unchanged The Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company sued the following review of the leaf tobacco market yesterday afternoon The sales on our market for one week including today amounted to 2684 hogsheads divided as follows New Eurtey 950 old Burley 389 WeitzeFs Easter Specials Silk and Wo Dress Goods Dress Shirts Shirt Waists Muslin Underwear Corsets Silk Underskirts Gloves Handkerchiefs Hosiery and Neckwear at popular prices Easter Novelties Big Assortment at lOcoy new dark 564 old dark 678 Burley The market continues firm and active without any material change In values as compared with last week The highest price obtained for the new Burley this week was 2250 Receipts and sales have fallen off materially In the past few TobaccoThere Is no change to report In the condition of the mar ket this week as compared with last week All grades of dark tobacco remain steady and firm The highest price obtained for new dark tobacoc this week was 1225 The following is the report of nri- ngs today on the Loutsvilla matkot including all the warehouses Hhds Burley 320 Dark 150 Total 459 Original inspection 370 Reviews r 89 Rejections yesterday 110 ELECTRIC COOKING DEVICES CHINA INII While the Chinese as a people are very backward about adopting the many new things of the progressive West this does not seem to hold true with the electric devices United States Consul W T Gracey of Tslng tan China recently stated that the general electric utensils were finding a ready sale In Shanghai All through the Orient fuel Is very scarce and nothing Is more welcome than the new cooking and heating utensils which prepare the food and heat the buildings without the con sumption of the precious bundles of fagots charcoal and coal The mun icipal electrical department of Shang hai has a special low rate of charge for current consumed In electric heat ing appliances The kitchen devices are being quite extensively used and the electric radiators have proven most useful in offices and residences during the damp weather when a small and steady tire is needed The electric teakettles for afternoon tea are also finding a ready sale in the city and vicinity Electric News Bulletin KENTUCKY BOY HANGED Leo C Thurman Goes to the Scaffold After Many Delays In the Law Lee 0 Thurman the former Ken tucky boy was hanged at Norfolk W Va at 6 oclock Friday morning for the murder of his roommate Walter P Dolson of Michigan February 1I 1906Thurman whose execution has been stayed on several occasions as the re suit of unceasing efforts on the part of his family to save his neck went to his doom with marked stoicism protesting to the last selfdefense He had nothing else to say and the execution was quickly over His neck was broken By direction of Gover nor Swanson the State Anatomical Society relinquished claim on Thur mans body and Instead of being turn ed over for dissection by medical ate dents It was sent to his former home in West Point Ky for burial The wording of an advertisement should be governed by the medium used in presenting it to the public I Perkins Transfer Co HI All KindsofHauling Moving Household Goods Freight Bag gage c p PRINCIPAL OFFICE L N FREIGHT DEPOT J 1Claisified ads Aderiicng K All advertisements in these columns are five cents per line for each insertion and to be paid for strictly in advance fiFOR 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 SALE Printing 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 modern Imprcf meats For terms call at this fice For Rent Deslralble twostory tramp 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 MONEY May double within a year We offer you a proposition that you can not turn down If you have any money to Invest Investigate this It is safe sound and legiti mate B C CRUTOHER Agt R F D 1 Midway Ky it- LostGold belt buckle wtth raised silver flower Finder will please roI turn to this office and receive re ward a ih r j SATURDAY APRIL 11 19tJSy IWANTECAprinter one that can make good f Good wages and a permanent place f 11for the right manwFOUNDA man that didnt beltove in IIi 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 havo lost two certificates of stock in the Farmers Bank ofYFrankfort Ky one No 7888 for tenrshares and one No 8122 for ten shares making a total of twenty sharesI made diligent search butII have been unable to find then and I hereby call upon all persons to show cause why new certificates for thlsstock shall not be issued r141RS L F SHROPSHIRE J Lexington Ky u 2mor For SaleRhode Island Red eggs for setting Address this office There is a bright spot in the careerMof any business man when he comes to realize that there is no better medium for Extending his trade than good advertising We make business building printing a study and can fur nish the best r I a- We strive hard to produce printjing of the better quality and have confidence in the ability of the buying n public to judge and Its willingness to Send us a trial order todayaShowness in an advertisement will never make up for lack of neci essary Information tj ji