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FRANKFORT EKLY NEWSU AND 1LMaTO MAKE FIGHT i Against McCreary In State Convention i Opponents Will Try To Ha miliate Senator Even Talk Of Bolt If He s- Elected Delegate MEANS NEW SPLIT WITHIN PARTY t Plans are be ng laUd by certain factions in the Democratic party to make a fight on Senator James B Conventionto the national convention In Denver as a delegate from Kentucky It is even skid that there will be a fight on him in his own couiity and tha his opponents will try to prevent him being sent to the State Convention asI a delegate from Madison county W M Thompson who Is generally known as Windy Bill was in Frankfort Thursday in the Interest of the slate which has been chosen by a large number of Democrats of Bullltt and Spencer and adjoining counties Mr Thompson proposes to send to the national convention as delegates from the State at large former Gov ernor J C Wi BeckhUm Senator McCreary Congressman Ben Johnson and Congressman Ollie M James Mr Thompson thinks that this combi nation represents all factions and would be generally acceptable and doing a great deal to heal the sores fin the party But Mr Thompson will find when he gets to the State convention wher ever it may be held that he will have opposition to his programme A fight Is to be made on Senator McCreary and everything possible that can hu miliate him Will be done In the first place the plan Is to beat trim as a theIState convention A prominent Dem ocrat from that county said the other day that he would tight any effort to send Senator McCreary to the State Convention and he said he had a strong following who were of that mind It is believed however that- i Senator McCreary wants anything In Madison county he will get It and the men who are fighting him will find themselves up against the people who will not submit to Senator Mc Creary bding turned down In his home of the men who managed tho campaign of J C W Beckham when the latter was a candidate for Sena tor said yesterday that If he was a andItor McCreary to the national convention ho would bolt and his delegation Ironi his county would follow him He slid he did not intend going to the convention as a delegate but he believed Senator McCreary would not be allowed to take any part in the conventionThis the opinion of one man but it shows what the feeling is in the certain circles and shows that there will be a fight on Senator McCreary Mr Beckham is taking no part in the fight it Is said by his friends but ono of his close personal supporters said yesterdayI I can Bay for Mr Beck tiara that he would not go to the na tional convention as a delegate if Senator McCreary is sent on Kentuckys delegation The proposition to send both Mr Beckham and Senator McCreary as delegates to the convention with a delegates to tho convention was made with a view to healing all th4 es in the ranks of the part fylng It so that a clos jibe presented to th this plan is met with convention and they tor McCreary or try to in any way then there is Va lively time In that convention 10 Senator McCreary has too many friends and admirers In this State for them to lay down and let him be walked on or mistreated In any wayThe call for a meeting of the Demo cratic committee to fix the time and place for holding the next State con vention has not been issued by Lewis McQuown chairman of the committee but It Is expected that the call will be Issued In a short time The probabilities are that the convention will be held the latter part of June Just before the national convention OUR FREE OFFER Every one of our subscribers will do well to take advantage of our special offer By paying one year In advance you will be sent postage pre palda firstclass twobladed pocketknife This offer lasts until July are presenting to the public the livest weekly paper in the State totus ac complish this end Col Noel miles Will Push Suits SAYS HE IS ONLY SEEKING VINDICATION AND DOES NOT CARE FOR MONEY Seeking vindication Col Noel Gaines whose Judgment against the Kentucky State Journal was reversed by the Court o Appeals on Wednes day will fight in the courts and an other trial of the libel suit will be had at Lawrenceburg Col Gaines says that he is not seeking money and that bUs only purpose in pushing the case against the Journal and against the other defendants who were also sued Percy Haly and the Postal Telegraph Co Is to secure vindication As an evidence that he is no seeking money Col Gaines says he would have dropped the cases against the Postal and Mr Haly had the verdiict against the Journa been sustained Now that It has been reversed and a new trial ordered he says there Is nothing left for him to do but push the cases against all three defendants- W P Walton the editor of the ournal Col Gaines says wrote a com plete retraction of the alleged libel and In the presence of the Rev J O A Vaught agreed to publish It Col Gaines said he had agreed to drop the Faso against the Journal if this was published but it was not done for some reason He says that even now If a retraction Is printed he Is willing to drop the cases but other Vlse he must push them as he owes something to his family Accepts Resignation Of J Paul Swain FATE OF Y C A BRANCH HERE STILL HANGS IN THE BALANCE J Paul Swains resignation as secretary of the Y M C A here was ac cepted at a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Y M C A held here Thursday afternoon and Mr Swain will leave Frankfort to enter the milling business The future of the branch of the YM C A hero Is un settled yet but It Is believed that with the aid of the ministers of the city and the cooperation of the business men of Frankfort the branch can be kept open At a meeting of the ministers and directors of the Y M C A yesterday afternoon it was decided to conduct a dollar campaign the women of tho city to help and in that way raise enough money to pay oft the debt of the local branch A supper will be given also anti several other plans for raising money may be tried It is hoped that the debts can bo paid in a short time and then the branch can be kept open here i jl Suddenlyi HARRY TANDY Says He Will Win In An Easy Walk CAMPBELL CANTRILL DECLARES CONGRESSIONAL RACE IS ALL OVER NOW J Campbell Cantrlll who says he will be the Democratic nominee for Congress in this district was in Frank ort county court day looking over his ropes He did not make a speech but was mixing wth the crowd and he says he has things his own way Mr Cantrlll says the machine tried to run over him and had things framed up against him but he does not believe that they can succeed In doing anything against him and he Js confident that he will be nominated Mr Cant rill would have perferred a primary election be lieving that he stood a better chance before the people directly instead of a convention where there might be lat of votes and exchange of on various propositions that he has to go Into u conven tion he expects to be nominated on the first ballot- Senator Cnn rl11 said the plan of his opponents was to bring out candidates in nearly every county in this district have the home county of each man Instructed for him and then juggle the delegates ater they had gathered at the convention He declares that this scheme was a failure as the people would not stand for It and Is now keeping his eyes peeled for tho next plan which they may evolve It Is several months yet before the cons ventlons will bo hdkl in the various counties in the district and many things may happen In that time II Coovict Will Go Horne To Meet His Death ADE WILLIS PAROLED BY PRISON COMMISSION IS DYING OF CONSUMPTION Ado Willis will leave the Frankfort penitentiary within the next few days so that he can die in his home Instead of within the walls of the prison where he has been confined for the last four years Willis is dying of consumption Ho was sent to the pen itontlnrv from Adair county on a charge of murder for life He has served four years and the prison physi clan says that he cannot live but a few months longer Tho Board of Prison Commissioners granted Willis a parole yesterday a LECTURE BY DR T F BLAYNEY Dr Thomas Lindsey Blaynoy of Central University lecture on Tho Development of Art Through tho Ages at tho Episcopal Chapel on May 2iat at 8 p m under the auspices of the Womans Club Dr Blayney is a dollghtful speaker W H Cox Will Be In The Executive Choir EXPECTS TO ASSUME DUTIES OF GOVERNOR TODAY GOV WILLSON GONE Lieut Gov Cox did not reach Frankfort yesterday but will be here today to take up the cares of State during the absence of the Governor who is in Washington Gov Cox w llbe here about a week Gov Will on expects the conference at Washington to be a very Important one and U was or this reason that he abandoned his intention of passing on the Powers and Howard cases be fore he went He thought it was im portant that he should attend this f conference which was called by the President Affa rs of great Import ance to the people of all States are to be discussed and th results may be far reaching Pocketbook Stolen In Lexington Hotel MRS RALPH WILSON HAS UN PLEASANT EXPERIENCE WHILE ON TRIP HOME Mrs Ralph R Wilson of this city had an unpleasant experience In Lex- Ington this week her pocketbook be ing stolen leaving her without money even to buys ticket home Mrs Wil son had been to Cincinnati where her son Thomas was operated on She returned to Frankfort by way oi Lex ington and stopped over there at the Phoenix hotel She laid her pocket book down In the ladles waiting room In the hotel and did not leave the room for some time When she was ready to leave she found that her pocketbook was gone It contained 15 In cash some keys and valuable papers She notified thc local au thorltles but nothing was found out that would give a clue to the thief Mrs Wilson borrowed enough money from a friend of her husband to reach Frankfort Orders New Depot At Mt Sterling Mt Sterling to have a new depot and the citizens of that town will rejoice when they hear the news The Railroad Commission yesterday entered an order against the C O railroad requiring that road to build with1inlnlnots the commission As soon as the old building is torn away work on the new one Will begin and it is under stood that the road has agreed to erect a modern building that will comport with the Importance of Mt Sterling AS a shipping point POPS DEAD Harry Tandy Passes Away At Dawson Springs One Of Best Known Young Men In Kentucky Took a Prominent Part In Democratic Politics WILL BE BURIED IN PADUCAH Harry G Tandy one of the best known young men in Kentucky dropped dead in his private bath room in the hotel at Dawson Springs at 1115 oclock Thursday night He had been ill for more than a year end his sudden death was expected knowrIThe physicians had warned Mrs Tan dy that he might die at any time and would go suddenly His death was a great shock in spite of the fact that Just such an end was to have been expected In view of the condition of his heart Telegrams were received here yes terday morning announcing the death quicklylopread had a large number of friends Mrs William Grayot was notified simply that Mr Tandy was dead but the News got into telephone communica tion with Dawson Springs and learned some of the details of his death Mr Tandy had been at Dawson for several weeks and was doing well his condition being such that hope was entertained that he might recover his health again He went to bed Thursday nightearly feeling as well as usual About 11 oclock he got out of bed being unable to sleep and went Into the bath room He was standing in that room when he suddenly toppled over and fell to the floor being dead before any one except Mrs Tandy could reach him The body was taken to Paducah to the home of Mrs E P Noble yes terday afternoon and the funeral probably will be held in Paducah this after noon although the date may be changed after communication can be had with Mr Tandys father The burial will be In Paducah Mr Tandy was perhaps the best known of the younger Democratic pol iticians in Kentucky He was born in Christian county on June 22 thirty eight years ago He moved to Pa ducah when he was a young man and began the printing business He was connected with several newspapers in Paducah in various capacities and finally entered politics His manner was always pleasing and he made friends quickly so that he soon began to have considerable Influence in Mc Cracken county When the Democrats took the offices In 1900 after the killing of William Goebel Mr Tandy was made Assistant Secretary of State under Breck Hill and held that place for three years Under the nsxt ad ministration he was appointed clef clerk to J II Fuqua then Superintendent of Public Instruction Ho filled both offices with credit and look an active part in the State politics He was to have been assistant to John Chonault had the latter been elected Clerk of the Court of Appeals for which position he was the Democratic candidate Mr Tandy was taken ill a little over forIand ho never was well after the first attack of dropsy His out associates missed him greatly and welcomed his return to Frankfort last winter with delight They saw him looking well and thought that he was going to be Continued on page four WITHOUT NOTICE Judge Ira Julian Superceded As 11 N Attorney Beckham And McQuown Ap pointed Yesterday Twenty Years Service For Road Disregarded FRANKFORT PEOPLE ALL SURPRISED Judge Ira Julian who for the last twenty years has been the local attor ney for the L N railroad was noti fled yesterday that McQuown Beck ham had been offered and had ac ce ted the local attorneyship of that rondoThis was the first Intimation that Judge Julian had that he had been removed as attorney or that any change was contemplated Nothing was said to him about any change and neither Lewis McQuown nor J C W Beckham who compose the new firm formed after the recent Senatorial race before the Legislature had ever mentioned to him the matter of a change in the attorneyshlp Mr Beckham and Mr McQuown have accepted the place as attorney and the firm will represent the L N here in the future Judge Julian Is one of the ablest lawyers In the State and cannot understand why he was removed He said yesterday when asked about the change- I was notified this morning very unexpectedly that McQuown and Beckham would be the local attorneys in the future I cannot understand fy why I was removed I have served the company here for the last twenty years and during that time have given the company my best talent and have never heard anyob jection to the way I conducted their cases In fact they have even gone so fat as to compliment me on my work Why I should be displaced without any notification and without the change ever having been mentioned to me I cannot understand Neither Mr Beckham nor lifjjMc Quown ever said anything toVinijj about it and the first suggestion J had of any change was this morning i when I received a letter from the corn r pany telling me of the new firms f and Beckham have been practicing together since the latter s was beaten for United States Senator Their partnership has been of advan tage to both and they have alreadyFrentered upon a good practice here In connection with Mr Beckhams em ployment by the L N railroad it Is recalled that in 1899 when he was a candidate for LieutenantGovernor the whole campaign was waged on the issue of the L N railroad and its i effort to control politics in Kentucky it Capt David Stone I Loses Little Son t JGreenvlIeliam Hunt Stone tho fouryearold son f of Capt David Stone of the United States Army The little fellow had been for some time with diphtheria Capt David Stone tho father is well known in AIayears Capt Stone is a nephew of Mrs Russell Rodman of Frankfort rThe womans Club will meet on Won day May 11 at 330 p m with Mrs C R Hudson at the residence of Miss Lucy Ware The subject for discussion will be The Principal Events in the Reign of Louis tug Fourteenth h4ty PAGE TWO R DEATH lOWIN Delivered To Ed Callalia i By Brotherinlaw Breathitt County Leader Stabbed by Spicer Slayer ShJPDoiffi By ii Dead Mans o- nt s WAR BEGINS IN MOUNTAINS ALAI Ed Callahan the chief lieutenant of Judge James Hargis in the Breath t wounsed at his home twenty miles from r Jackson by a ghastly knife thrustC which ripped through the big and almost servered his right nrm from his body Like the fate which overtook his colleague Judge Hargis Callahan meets a bloody end at the hands of a member of his own family John Spicer a brother of Callahans erring wife wielding the bloody knife which will send Callahan to his grave Before Spicer could quite complete Ills deadly work a shot from Call loans 17yearold son Willson avenged his father and laid his uncle lifeless in the same pool of blood in which his victim lay weltering A strange fact in connection with the tragedy is that five years ago today James B Marcum was shot to death in the courthouse door at Jackson by Curtis Jett and Jett in his confession said that Ed Callahan gave him the pistol with which he mur- deredJ Marcum and told him to go on and do the deed Fight In Callahans Store The tragedy occurred in Callahan store on Long Creek near Crockett ville twenty miles from Jackson Callahan and Spicer were partners in 11of country grocery about half a mile from Callahans main store and had several times had business disagree Tnents Several months ago they had a quarrel and Callahan proceeded t o give his partner and brotherlnla1 n sound drubbing When he was n13In leased Spicer started away declaring he was going after his psto1 who Callahan ct ew his revolver and awes lng lie would kill him held his antagonist prisoner until he promised wouid not renew hostilities Recently conditions at Splcers store had not been satisfactory to Callaha and hbout noon he sent his son Wil- on to tell Spicer to come at once love to Callahans store to settle uj Splcer lesponded In person and In his ui rival went Into a review of their partnership business which became a hot discussion in which Callahan vi lently abused Sipcer for his shortcon sags The men were standing facing other when suddenly Spicer so ly that Callahan dd not have time to get a weapon or retreat whipped out a large keen bladed clasp knife such as the ncuntaineers usually carry an t sprang at his enemy Callahan wa taken by surprise but threw up arm in an instinctive movement of Ih fence but the hisavy blade slicing through cloth flesh and sinews like a razor sank to the bone of the arm severing the large arteries which feed the limb and atoiost hacking the from the body Son Shoots Spicer Callahan reeled backward and Spi er closing with him tried to repeat the blow but before his upraised arm could descend the second time Willsoi Callahan seized his fathers pistol from a drawer in the counter of th store and fired one shot whicl crashed through the brain of Spicer and the latter and Callahan whom lIe still clutched fell together in the flood of blood which gushed from Callahan arm Spicer was killed Instantly and II was at first thought that Callahan would expire before the torrent ol blood could be stayed A country doc summonedNand succeeded by rude but bandages in lessening the flow of blood but the wound In the arm was so deep and jagged and so much blood had been lost that it was evident the man could not survive He Is still near to death but has a chance of re cover Those who have given our printing a trial have been pleased and grati fled Some of our customers say it is the best printing done in the city the best they have ever received t Real Estate i will Company Formed had are WILL DO GOOD BUSINESS AS AL FOUR MEMBERS ARE HUSTLERS The Capital Real Estate ComJ any with four popular men as member has been formed and expects to do a good business In real estate In this city TIiMUe wire J W Stanrry- Ed Porter r mipson Fred G Leo nard George B Caywood Mr Stan berry Is a newcomer Frankfort but has had long experience In real estate and will be the active head Mr Leonard Is a brother of Dr Leo nard and has concluded to cast his lot with the progressive city of Frankfort Mr Thompson and 111 Caywood have lived here a number of years Mr Thompson was for several years clerk in the Adjutant Generals office and assistant secretary a to oGvernor Beckham 111 Caywood is the present secretary of the State Board of Control DEMOCRATS ALL WORK TOGETHER Franklin County Citil Add Many New Members Several hood Talks At The Weekly Meeting PARTY HARMONY THE HEYNOTi Tha Franklin County Democratic Club added many new members a the meeting on Monday night and much enthusiasm for the Democratic ticket was aroused The whole ton the speeches which were made was that the Democrats of Franklii county are going to get together again and will pile up a big majority for the Democratic national ticket Everybody was in a good humor and theI club promises to be one o the larges the State Factional fights are to be forgotten and everybody fs go DIng to get together and work for the Democratic nominees ePresident Brown suggested that the meeting be turned into an old fashioned Democratic love feast A letter was read from Col Thorn 11W Scott at his home near Midway regretting that on account of ill healtl he could not be present to speak am thanking the club for the invitaton Harry Shaw was then called upon and made a rousing address to the- o Democrats He said that he was a Campbellite Rebel soldier and a Democrat and had no apology to 0 11fer for any of them He said the Ithe had voted twice for Bryan am never voted anything but the Democratic ticket in his life and had neve changed his allegiance to the old party no matter what might have been the conditions He thought this a 15gODd time to rally to the party to win a great victory in the State and Na tion this year County Attorney Frank Dalley was called upon and responded with a few happy remarks He saId that hem wanted to compliment Mr Shaw that he had always stood for Democracy Ho said he could not understand how Confederate who had seen what Mr Shaw had seen and endured wnat he mad could ever go astray from Democ racy He urged the club members all to stand together fur the principles tad never to desert the nominees oi the party County Judge Polsgrove who WEE sitting in the crowd was loudly called or and responded with some food for thought for the club members Circuit Clerk Ben Marshall was jelled upon after Judge Polsgrove mad concluded He saW that the ime had never yet come when he vasnt willing to give his time energy nil money to the cause of Democra cr He said that he wanted all Dem crate to get together and was willing for any man who voted or dldat vote to come back and be as promllin eat in this organization as he pleat eStI say we need you come home He said that Kentucky Is a Demo ratic State no one could look back at the majorities of the Governors of tho olden times and not know that but he declared that if conditions are to be prescribed what Democrats can come and what can not the party would be mighty short of a majority when election time came around He said that he too wanted Demo crats at the holm But men at thl helm who are honest not those who rob me or you but peopllilIO for Democrats He sad that hl been a candidate beorgjjid maY- be again and he didnt ti best of it He urged organization was made tees in July or August put In each precinct who for the success of the partyJohn W Ray who spo that he didnt think tha province of the club to ta in matters within the parii d didnt ImOWWherea11gl- lnlzatlon t came mfl sn the club organized rry tlon in November tli oth 5 will take care of themseh C P Chenault spoke Jb that the club ought traitor in the froiu carded leader Secretsr son Fed what Vfiurpose of of the clffiad been After Mr Farmer had lud Mr Coffee of the Forks ed his sterling brand of De cy large number o new m join the club ibefore adjournn NATIONAL FORR All Reservations West of llsslsslp River Proposed Eastern Areas a Here are some facts regarding forest preservation in the United States In area the national reservation west of the Mississippi river cove 23fl170 spuare miles or 14986900 acresThere Is being spent in the western States 40000000 for reclamation and 5500000 is needed at once for the Eastern States Proposed Eastern forest reservation Include 660000 acres or 1030 square miles in the White Mountains am 6000000 acres o r7SOO square miles in the Southern Appalachians- In 1907 President Roosevelt added 17000000 acres to the Western forests and a bill is pending in Congres to provide for the two national fores areas in the Eastern mountains with a preliminary appropriation of 5000 000In his message to Congress Pres dent Roosevelt said We should quire in the Southern Appalachian and White Mountain regions all the forest land that is possible for the use of the nation These lands becaus they form a national asset are as emphatically national as the river which they feed and which flow through so many States before the reach the ocean Upon the subject of forest preserve tlon generally President Roosevel saidShall we continue the waste and destruction of our national resource or shall we conserve them There is no other question of equal gravity be fore the nation CROPS ALL LATE Rains Put Farmers Behind With Work ITTLE PLOWING AND PRACTICALLY NO SEEDING DONE AS YET Farmers are away behind with their work according to the monthly crop epori which has been Issued by Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin and tactically no seeding has been done The report Is as follows The weather during the month of April has been exceedingly damp and ainy with but little sunshine Farmers have not in years been so fat lehln with their work Little plow ng and practically no seeding hat been done Oats that were planted early arc growing rapidly but much land tended for oats has been sowed onI account of not being plowed Rye barley and wheat look fine and are ery green The snow that fell on ipril 29 added greatly to the growth of these cereals Alfalfa shows a splendid growth nd the rain has assisted the roots in gettinga deep setting An increased creage all over the State is shown alfalfa and many inquiries have ten received for bulletins on this hay Indicating that much Interest is eing taken in the introduction of this plant in Kentucky Corn will Tie planted lite on count of such a heavy rainfall but- an Increased acreage will be planted Much attention has been given to the selection of seed corn as a result the rapid growth of the farmers stitutes in the State and the campaign of education that It now being I VETERAN PRINTER Lexington Hospital ifter Long Illness rCORNELIUS McAULIFFE WELL KNOWN IN FRANKFORT FAST COMPOSI nellus McAuliff printers who- f Frankfort fho waa loved- m died Sunday morn ington hospital aster Ing several months r en connected with the u spaper siness as a type setter and was one of the fastest and best hand compositors in the South in the days when everything was set by hand and the machine had not come into general use Mr McAuliffe was noted for the fact that he never said an unkind word against anybody and always saw the best that was in every per sonHis mother Mrs Katherine McAul Iffe who lives with her daughter Mrs Albert J Tweedy on North Broadway Lexington survives him He leaves brother James McAuliffe of Frank fort and four sistera Mrs Charles Weitzel of Frankfort Mrs William Molloy of Louisville Mrs John Welt zel of Washington D C and Mrs bert J Tweedy o Lexington The body was brought to Frankfort Monday morning where the funeral services were held at the Church of the Good Shepherd The s rvices were conducted by Rev Father Ma jor The interment was in the family lot in the Catholic cemetery MEN IN JEANS Cheer Woman Champion Of Tobacco Growers FARMERS HOLD BIG RALLY AT AUGUSTA AND HEAR ABLE ADDRESSES The big Equity rally extensively ad vertised over northeastern Kentucky and Southern Ohio was held at Au gusta Wednesday At least 7500 strangers were there more than 1000 coming from Ohio Mason Fleming Robertson and Pendleton counties were largely represented Miss Alice Lloyd was the main attraction and 3000 people stood out in the rain more than an hour waiting for her to makt her appearance Miss Lloyd only spoke a few minutes but made some telling arguments and the men in brown jeans clearly demonstrated that they were with her on all points The Hon J Camp bell Cantrlll of Georgetown former Congressman J N Kehoe of Mays vole and N S Wiles a banker of Ripley 0 also made addresses Equity farmers to the number ol 2000 formed a parade at 10 oclock headed by the Augusta band followed by fourteen unions of the American Society of Equity the horses and rid ers being decorated with tobacco Each union was headed by a bevy ol women riding on horseback followed by an Equity string band with cartoons of Gov Willson and the Amen can Tobacco Company The parade was more than a mile long conducted among the farmers It is predicted that this will be a banner year for corn in Kentucky All garden and truck patches are late More potatoes and tomatoes will be grown in Kentucky tItan ever before for new canneries are being establlshel in many of the countes throughout the State Scarcely any tobacco will be raised in the burley district because of the No Crop sentiment which prevails among the independent growers as well as the members of the Society of EquityIn Dark District an average crop will be grown and the Growers Associations are securing the larger per cent of the prospective acreage The demand for poultry and dairy products Is stadlly Increasing The Indications point to a prosperous spring ibis the tillers of the soil not withstanding that there Is uneasiness displayed in some of the counties of the tobacco districts the peace and prosperity of Kentucky and the best of neighborly feeling prevails Many of the reports circulated are without foundation and In some cases fire facts are not given out but on the whole conditions are encouraging Iy r 11 9 Ittled In Bond I Hand Made Sour Mash I The Very Best Product r Of the Finest Distillery fi IN THE WORLD Ii The Geo T StgglCo 1 fFRANKFORT i U 4 JTjWoonan 1 I Fancy Grocerier Both Phoner Corner Main and Ann n e Brush Up a Little It Pays SATURDAY MAY 1908 fil Ii The ManitoriuniiMAI- N t STREET OPPOSITE ENGINE HOUSE It Cleaning Pressing rrarid Repairing i JOIN OUR PRESSING OLTJB IT PAYS ilII Dollars and Sensel f THE SENSIBLE BUYER WILL ALWAYS LOOK FOR WEAR ING VALUE IN A VEHICLE AND HE KNOWS THAT THERE IS A PRICE BELOW WHICH A GOOD VEHICLE CAN NOT tJI BE MADE AND SOLD OUR VEHICLES REPRESENT A DOLLAR IN VALUE FOR EVERY DOLLAR YOU PAY US WE CAN PROVE THIS TO YOUR ENTIRE SATISFACTION IF a GIVEN AN OPPORTUNITY DROP US A CARD AND OUR f REPRESENTATIVE WILL CALL TO SEE YOU eSELLERCARRIAGEcO Incorporated VERSAILLES KY t H K WARD President C DROWNING Sec Treas SATURDAY MAY 9 1908 ic I f j We Are Ti7ders J = are in aofany kind off4 AalUDIBER MILL WORI RS KentuckyFWe furnish all sizes lengths and quantity desired Our Mill Work Is Unexcelled By Anyone lI C rahThe Capital Lumber MTs Co f INCORPORATED Both Phones FRANKFORT KENTUCKY L iv TAFT MEN RUN- THE CONVENTION L L Bristow Nominated Fort Congress ReputiUcnnsI f 2 REYNOLDS FOR STATE COMMITTEE 1 iiFairbanks Republicans laid down here In the Seventh district convention and let the Taft machine run over them and they did not even lift their Fvoices In protest L L Bristow of 1 Scott county was nominated for Con gress and the convention was all over- In about two hours The Fairbanks 4men had the delegations from three t t counties and they put up Frank L Calvert He received 43 votes to 83 rfor Bristow The resolution Indorsed the administrations of Roosevelt and lJardonlngIi only thing which stirred any life Into IIthe gathering as the delegates yelled and shouted approval of this senti meat i C O Reynolds of Lexington was elected a member of the State Central Committee from this district C C i Patrick of Lexington voted against the resolutions and was the only one i to protest against the proceedings The convention was not largely at tended as It was understood there would be no fight and everything would be cut and dried A band played everyiwas to come off tomorrow This was mere ly a sideshow The House chamber where the convention was hold was cold and damp and undecorated except for the standards which marked the location of the count ydelogations The convention was called to order at 115 by Robert McMichael the dis trict chairman The purpose of the convention then was stated by George Barnes the secretary The creden tials were presented and it was found that there were no contests r John T Shelby was nominated for temporary chairman and the nomina tion was made by acclamation Chas Kerr of Lexington made the nomi nating speech The temporary organ ization was made permanent Charles Parrish of Woodford announced that the Taft men had withdrawn the con test in Woodford county The Credentials Committee was dispensed with as there were no contests The following committees were appointed ResolutionsSam J Roberts Fay ette H Clay Howard Bourbon L F Sinclare Scott Victor Lindsey Hen ry Richard Morris Franklin M F Moore Woodford J B Hutchison Owen W J Manby Oldham Rules and OrderH H Barnes Fayette George Stuart Bourbon L C Lutes Scott Dr Alfred Wains cott Henry J W Milam Franklin W E Watts Woodford J M Minnlsh Owen Russell Carr Oldham Sam J Roberts for the Resolutions Committee reported resolutions dorsing Roosevelt and Wlllson and Taft and declaring in favor of the Par don of Powers and Howard The lat ter was greeted with applause The majority of the committee instructed the delegates to vote for Taft The minority was for Fairbanks- I L Bristow and Frank N Cal vert were put In nomination for Con gress Calvert received the votes of Henry oWodford and Bourbon The counties voting for Calvert were for Fairbanks and Bristow who was the Taft candidate received all tho other counties The vote was Bristow 83 Calvert 43 Bristow was declared H Kerr of Lexington and George L Barnes of Frankfort were elected delegates to the National Con vention Both are Taft men Miles Williams of Henry and Dr German Miller of Fayette were elected alter nates Two negroes were put In nomi nation but declined Ohio DemocratsNominate Harmon In a tumultuous convention char acterized by tho most Intense fac tional feeling the Democrats of Ohio nominated Judson Harmon of Conclnnatl former Attorney General of tho limited States under President Cleveland for Governor Indorsed William Jennings Bryan and Instruct ed tho delegatesatlargo to the Nat- Ional Convention to vote for him for PresidentI r I ADVERTISED LETTER LIST The following Is a list of letters remaining In the Franfort Postofflco for the week ending May 9 1908 Adams owman Barns I S Bates Martha Bedinger Richard Best Lee Board Vtetrinary Examiners Bowers George W Briner R P Buster Mrs Euler Cairo Norfolk Ry Co Conway Susan Davis Miss Sallie Downs Benjamine M Dyer Eunice 2 Dyer Finley Gllllsple Bros- Blassberg Max Harris Edward 2 Jett Waltor Jewett Robert Lancaster Miss Bell LlndsayJohniMiller Charles W Mener William Miss Julia S Margaret Montgomery Ben Moore Mrs Alice Morrow H C Maynes Old Dexter Distilling Co Raines C C Ray Mrs Emma Ritcherson Butler Roberts E C Rulam Bud Simpson July Smith Arthur Smith Mrs Eddie Snodgrass Byron R Sullivan J H Sunny Side Distilling Co Thirsty Miss Ella Thompson H P R Wilson Mary Buckley Umgate Willard or the week ending April 2 Any one calling for these letters will please say advertised G L BARNES P M PREPARATORY SCHOOL Miss Bertha Scott has secured the servicea of Miss Catherine Paul a graduate of Wellesley College and expects to have a high grade preparato ry school in Frankfort The course will be four years and embraces the subjects taught in the regular col lego course being a liberal education in itself Miss Emmie Scott will assist in the primary and intermediate courses SCREEN 9 Your Home NowBEFORE THE FLIES AND INSECTS GET BUSY WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS AT PRICES WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERYONE WHY NOT BEAUTIFY YOUR LAWN BY KEEPING THE GRASS CUTWE HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF Lawn MowersEVER SHOWN IN THE CITY AT PRICES FROM 300 TO 1400 ALSO AGENTS FOR North Star Refrigerators Sherwin Williams Paint WE SOLICIT YOUR PHONE ORDERS AND MAKE PROMPT DELIVERY JI R1COIncorporated Both Phones 16MAIN STREET PAGE THREE KENTUCKY HIGHLAND RAIL ROAD Beginning Wednesday December 2th the Kentucky Highland Railroad Co put on regular passenger trotsPBetween Frankfort and Old Crow The construction of the road to tfillville ia being pushed as rapidly u posible when the service will be ex tended to Old Taylor and MillTille Trains leave Frankfort at I oclock a m dailY except Sunday return eng leave Old Crow at p JL Double daily passenger service will bu put on between Frankfort and Mill rille as soon as the construction U completed probably about Jaastry 1st The following rate obtain ClifMde Jet leTrumbo 14 Gardner 30e Old Crow UOld Taylor SH- MillTille tft Minimum charge lOe Commutation ticket books good for 64 tripe and good only for use in cat eadar month hued and for the fer 80n to whom hued Between Frankfort and Old Crow 1600 Between Frankfort and Old Taylor 80- Iwuefl by P F MANNNQ Sipt Approred by 8 8 BUSH Prep J PAGE FOUR Frankfort Weekly News Entered at the postolHce at Frankfort Ken tUck ns secondclass nmilable mutter FRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY INC01t1 ORATED A R DUNLAPEdito- r r HUBERT VREELAND Pres and Mgr M D COYLE Secretary and Treasurer TERMS 100 IN ADVANCE = is ANNOUNCEMENTS F We are authorized to announce Jy CAMPBELL OANTRILL of Scott county as a candidate for Congress subject to the Democrat convention September 3 We are authorized to announce W P KIMBALL of Fayette county as a candidate for reelection to Congress from the 7th Congressional District subject to the action of the Demo cratic Convention September 3 = What would you do if you should walk Into your office and find a largo antid occupying the choice location in that office- A man in Frank ort had that ex perience not long since It wa county court day the streets wore converted for the time being into stock yards The steer grew weary of standing in the street where It might have been muddy and walked i into the office on St Clear street Such a thing can happen at any time where cows and horses and sheep are i scattered about the street frequently unattended Frankfort is not th loveliest place in the world on county court day The main streets of the city are filled with cattle and horses and several auctioneers are doing or trying to do a lively business The ntItending the sales or merely looking on so that It Is impossible for anyone to pass without walking in the street All this is right and proper and shows that the city is doing busines- ibut the location is bad There is n reason to turn over the principal streets to the stock traders one sac 1Is month It would be vastly better both for the seller and for the buyer if the sales o all stock could be held In pens owned by the city and use for sales purposes If the man who wanted to buy cattle knew that he could go to a certain place and find what cattle were for sale on th market that day it would be better for him and for the man who wanted to sell Frankfort wants and needs th farmers and stock raisers and wants them to come to Frankfort with their stock but it would be to their adva tage to have stock yards where their stock could be driven and sold The merchants o1 the city woul profit by the stock pens No goes down town on county court da Ir unless she must do it for she does not t care to have to fight her way through a crowd of men and cattle She stay at home and the merchant does not do as big a business as on other days Last Monday an argument over tobacco between two men attracted the attenton of several others and then some more and a few others besides that crowd until the street was completely blocked This kep- up for three hours and it was impossible for any one to pass without go Ing into the street which was ver muddy The city council should make pro t vision for stock pens and pass an ordinance requiring all stock trading to be done at those pens There woul be some kicking at first but after i was tried everybody would find i best Smaller towns than Frankfort r have such laws and no trade has bee driven away to other towns The farmers and traders themselves meeI the arrangement better after theyf have tried ItDAs ye sow that shall ye also reapr James Hargls was shot and killed by i his own son and Ed Callahn his chief lieutenant in the bloody history It of Breathltt county meets his tateIe 3at the hands of a close relative confederate The end of both wass logical They sowed blood and reaped death tirf j 6he Optimist BYRoOo The man who started the report that the circus would not come to Frankfort ought to have been shot drawn and quartered and then something done with the pieces Some Joker is in the habit of working this sort oh a joke whenever there is a cir cus and thinks it is funny to fool the children If his memory COUldgiliaCk to tliini giB he was young an the circus posters were flaming and he had been watching for that circus counting the hours until its arrival and some one had taken all the inter est out of life by telling him the circus had cancelled its date he woul recall how he felt over the mlsinfor mation Then the jokes about the circus would stop This week on Monday n report wa started that the circus had decided to leave Frankfort in the lurch and not show here It was a fake story but its a chinch that it was started by some smart man who was playing on the emotions of some child He thought it was funny to see that chili- go off with woebegone face feelin that life had ceased to be worth liv sing It wasnt funny to the child Besides the child would discover af terabit that It was not true and then all statements made by the persons in question were doubted forever How many little hearts grew sad blondA when they heard that the circus wa not coming Frankfort beats the world for spreading reports with rap idity Everybody in Frankfort know- e any item of news in ten minutes after ithas originated There seems to be some sort of wireless method of spreading the information for it jumps across the river and into South Frankfort like lightning This circus Information spread itself over the city in a hurry and it grew from the original fib to a detailed and official announcement that on account of th high license and the high price charg ed for the lot the circus would not alls0To a child a circus is a serious mat ter The coming or going of a circus not a casual thing to be discussed idly Clrcusses dont come often and the average chill looks forward to a circus like it was the real big event 1of the year Over at the public school Monday the report about no circus was generally circulated and many a child went home deeply disappointed- e Grown people seem to think they have a right to play such jokes They keep the children in a state of uncertainty eall the time First it is that the circus will not come When the circus actually has arrived and can be seen thisnt there will be no parade This throws- a damper on the spirits of the child 1but this is shown to be male and after 1that the child is hardened and believes chileyl just knows they are all lying iThe Optimist has a friend who has a child who is about the smartest ever and says more things that really are good than one can find in several num bers of Puck This youngster who is only seven years old saw the corner stone of the new capitol laid and was much Impressed by the ceremonies- t Several days afterwards she fell down find struck heavily on her side She got up and looking at her father seri havYe broken my cornerstone I The boys around the office have a good story on the Optimist and sayI paperdreallyt atittthisnpaper a couple of weeks ago and 1neededgetting out any kind of a paper be it weekly or a daily Being told thatI there was plenty of paste already on the third floor the Optimist went up on a search for it He found- a gummy brown stuff in a big bucket looked like queer paste but it did like paste and certainly was So the Optimist scooped up some of it into a cup and started in to get it thinned down so it could be pt used He turned In some water from the hydrant got a stick and began sU1 tl11telnil as nothing happened the Optimists arm got tire an hour of this Fnally th the bindery showed up I the stuff and laughed H Thats not paste That si tItomfrom bought some real paste thajj ne was paste That man ou ddry by this f the about hl reef and other so of supply tl salt fort A Frankfort man se rime teraritory n bottle of very hisky He did not get the whisky vat several months ago The for t man argued and fooled u press company and tried t tis whisky All efforts were liTaln so 1xe tiled suit against the express com Tiitgaxpress company very promptly sec tied paying the cost of the whisky and the express charges The Frankfort man immediately bought another bottle of whisky and shipped that its o friend out west That bottle also wasyi5flIed against the express company They again settled promptly and a third bottle was purchased and started itsthe same mysterious way and another suit produced more money from the press company A fourth bottle went west presumably but has never been received and the next step will be another suit The Frankfort man has now been trying for three months to send his friend some whisky He has started four bottles to him but the western man Is still without the whisky The question is who gets the whisky and who loses by the transactions Clear ly the man out west Is the loser for he does not get his whisky and if he has been waiting all this time for a drink he must be as dry as the Sahara desert The Frankfort man Is not the loser for he has been paid for the whisky each time that the bottle has been lest The express company Is also a loser far It has paid for three bottles and may have to pay for another one Somebody has been hav Ing a lovely time with the whisky but who It is has not been determined TO HANDLE CROPS Arrangements Made By Association In Owen County 150000 TO BE AVAILABLE IN AD VANCE TO GROWERS WHOSE TOBACCO IS SHIPPED News comes from Owenton that the Owen county board ot control has an nounced that complete arrangements have been made for the handling and financing of the 1907 tobacco crop Final arrangements have been made with the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company and as much as 150 000 will be available for advance menu to grower These advance ments will not be made till the bacco is shipped to Louisville This precaution Us made necessary because difficulties In securing adequate fire insurance in Owenton All necessary insurance can be had in Louisville and at half the cost the growers would be compelled to pay at that place Poolinghouses will be opened In different parts oP Owen county on May 5 and all tobaccos received in keep- Ing order will be prized as rapidly as possible and sent to Louisville when advancements may be had and distributed to those who deliver their tobaccoBy 15 great quantities of to bacco will be in keeping condition and as there will be several pooling houses and some considerable neighborhood handling hundreds of hogs heads can be sent out every week and the money sent to Owenton for distribution iii r t J r t BRADLEY RUN OVER As Delegate To lional Convention EPUBLICANS FINISH WORK OF STATE GATHERING AND ADJOURN DELEGATESATLA Gov Augustus E Will e A R Burn k Marshall Bullltt and Lane co county ALTERNAT Roy Wllholte of Boy Bey Yarberry of Adair co y WIII P Scott of Hopkins county J H McWhirter colored of Louis ville ELECTORSATLARGE John H Gilliam of Allen county J C McCoy of Marlon county COMMITTEEMEN AT LARGE Frank Fisher of McCracken county George W Welsh of Boyle county The new Republican Federalmade machine In Kenucky was given its first formal tryout nt the Republican State Convention n Louisville1 It worked Senatorelect W O Bradley the leader of Republicans in the Sta e for forty years was run over and mashed out Marshall Bullitt an undried Republican was given a front seat In a convention that had been organized against him and consequently against what proved to be unsurmountable odds Gov Bradley made a splendid fight The friends of Mr Bradley say it would have been a winning fight but for what they call the treachery of Judge Burnams friends They stay promises were made on behalf of Judge Burnam Wednesday night that Judge Burnam would be for Gov Bradley and relying upon this prom ise Gov Bradleys friends threw votes to Burnam It is also understood that Gov Bradley was not credited with all his votes when they were withdrawn from Burnam Judge Bur nam denies vigorously that there was any agreement or understanding be tween him and Mr Bradleys friends Talk Of Indicting Governor Willson JUDGE STOUT TELLS GRAND JURY TO INVESTIGATE SEND ING OF SOLDIERS The Scott county grand jury is in vestigating by what authority troops were sent to that county and several of the men in the militia have ap peared before the jury to testify Judge Robert Stout In his Instructions to tho Jury said that the Governor had no right to send troops Into any county except on the request of th County Judge Sheriff or Circuit Judge He directed the grand jury to inves tigate whether pr not the soldiers had been sent to Scott county for the pur pose of Intimidating any citizens and If they found that the soldiers were there to intimidate anybody indict ments could be returned against any State official who was In the plo intimidateThere here that an indictment is to be returned against Gov Willson and Adjt Gen Johnston charging con spiracy to intimidate The people of this and surrounding counties are ob jetting vigorously to troops being sent Into their counties and the growers are up in arms DROPS DEAD Continued from page one entirely well again but after the leg islature adjourned last winter Mr Tautly was forced to go back to Daw son Springs He had been there ever Tandy leaves a wife who was Miss Elizabeth Slegenfelder of Pa ducah and one daughter Elizabeth Mrs Tandy was devoted in her attentions to Mr Tandy all during his illness and never left him a minute for many weeks She devoted herself entirely to him and nursed him tenderly Mr Tandy was an Elk and member of Elkhorn Lodge No 64 A O U W A CARD OF THANKS We desire to return our sincere thanks to the large number of neigh bors and friends who so kindly min istered to our dead mother Mrs Katherine Banta Dryden in her last Illnesa and to us In our great sorrow May the richest blessings of Our Father rest upon themRespectfully THE CHILDREN OF MRS DRYDEN iJ1 rfr Jti r SATURDAY LBewear a pair of those stylish lcall Ge tleffiell Sloes I 350 4 and 5 i SOLD BY BRADY BROS Fr jtJr ii I TRAM MARK WEARS LIKE IRONiWhile around the fireside these winter evening lUakJyour preparations for spring painting papering and hOllsIcleaning generally I carry the celebrated Green SeaIfumousJapalacAEOOln pJp books which J now have and would be pleased to end to your home A postal or call over phone will bring them AMONG THE SICK Miss Florence Capllnger formerly of this city but now making her home in Louisville has been critically for a week past was yesterday said to be slightly Improved Mr John E Miles who has been so seriously at the home o his daughter Mrs Guy N Emmett was last night reported as being slightly mproved but still quite weak Mr J Paul Swain Geueral Secret tary of the Y M C A In Frankfor roomewest street for ten days past witha severe attack of the grip was able to be out during the week Judge Wm LJett who has been suffering for the past ten days with a severe attack of inflammatory rheum tism Is much Improved and able to ConfederatetRecord Department The many friends in Frankfort o Mrs A R Burniam of Richmond will regret to learn that she is suffer- Ing with a severe attack of rheuma tism and has been removed to Mar tlnsvllle Ind for treatment Mr J H Lindsey a brother of Mrs Henry T Stanton and who has formerly lived in this city when a number of years he was clerk In the Auditors office Is quite ill at his home in Jackson Tenn Mr Louis H Finnell who some three weeks since underwent quite a serious operation at the Norton Mem orlal Infirmary in Louisville was able to return home Sunday night last very much improved in health Mr Jas Tobin who with a party of friends were fishing at Lock 4 be low this city was so unfortunate as to fall from the lock wall and break his left arm He was removed to his home on Main street where the broken member was set and yesterday he was able to be on the street again Mr Joseph H Watson the freight conductor on the Kentucky High lands Railway was so unfortunate as to have two fingers on his right hand badly mashed by being caught in a freight car door Dr Goodrich dress ed tho injured fingers which were doing nicely last night Notice To Chicken Raisers Receipt 41144 cures Cholera Roup Gapes Conker and Llmberneck Price 50 cents No cure no pay Guaranteed by McKeo Hardlo and J W Gayle 593m druggistsI x MAY 9 1908 FRAKG1STA6QHardware Glass 210 ANN STREfTi0 tMoney SavingjL Oppor oral esrFor EconomicalI BuyersIThis Week One lot Colored Taffeta silks 19 Inches wide worth 85s Special 69 cts yard Dressn36 Inches wide Goods In neat light checks and H3gc72 Inches wide Satin finish Table Linen 125 value Special 100 yd 36 Inches wide fine LinenjLawn 30c value cial 25c ydJOne lot 15c value 10c eachrMany other bargainsJthat will J 11 Ci KAGIN BRO AT BRIDGEZtt I 1 iT SATURDAY MAY 9 1908 Ii NEWS ITEMS FOR THE WEEK tl FARMERS f I H Societyj Calendar May 9 jjnThethe Chrlstian Church of Croatvllle will entertain with eve illIMay 13 Mrs Clem Benninger and Mrs Geo B Salender Jr will be the hostesses for the Married Ladles Euchre Club Wednesday afternoon at the home Mrs Benninger on Lewis- street BROWNI Mr and Mrs i Thomas Brown are offering their congratulations for their son who was r w1111hJerry LeeMMBRIDGE CLUB PINM WON BY MRS Mrs Geo B Harper entertained the Large Bridge- Club Monday afterno o at her home on Shelby street Mr Tom Hall having made the highest score during the year was awarded rthe club pin which is quite a han d some one Z WEDDINGGOLDEN tL t1 wjTheGeneral of the Roman Catholic diol tic cese and pastor of St Patricks J church of Louisville passed throu bore Tuesday evening enroute to his 1 old home at Lexxlngon where went to be present ft the celebrati Von Wednesday o the fiftieth annl versary of the marriage of his paren ts Mr and Mrs James Cronin T couple are now both nearly eighty t JH years of age and have several child ten living fThefamll are quite well known t Frankfort where they have numerous h relatives and friends BMARRIED LADIESJt EUCHRE CLUB wMrsItJosepb P Noonan charmingly enter tamed the Married Ladles Each i Club Wednesday afternoon from tltr- ee until five oclock at the residence Mrs Jas G Noonan on Second stye The house was attractlvel f Mincaslon Following the game an appe ir1Zlng luncheon was served the club Mrs Ben Marshall was r BerjfberlchF Meagher the consolation prize Ir OFf dINotwithstanding tve inclement r weather Thursday a happy crowd enjoyed the Lofting Club entertained 1Ikohome The house was wit crimson tulips A delicious lUl1cheona was served at one ocloclcdr Master William Magofiln met t ladles and escorted them from the carriages to the house as gallantly as though he realized he was host The invited guests were Mrs L P Tarlton Mrs Canada F r Louisville Mrs Sam J tl ShacleQtfordI Miss Christine Reynolds 11andi A SPECIAL OFFERING IN LADIES TAILORED SUITS NOBBY STYLES SPLE NDID VALUES AT 1500 AND 2000 SILKS IN NEAT CHECKS SPEC IAL 50c- WOOL SUITINGS IN LIGHT SPRING MIXTURES OR STRIPED EFFECTS WORTH 100 YD SPECIAL 69c TAN SILK GLOVES AND HOjj CORRECT LEEATHER SHAD MATCH THE OXFORDS MATTINGS PRETTY CARPED SIGNS SPECIAL 25c MATINGS NEAT CHECKS SPECIAL 15c ROOM SIZE RUGS SPECIAL 10 15 AND 2250 LACE CURTAINS SPLENDID VAL UES 150 300 AND 500 r J decorated ENTERTAINMENT POSTPONED The entertainment which waa been given by the Odd Fellows o Frankfort has beep postponed un ill the night of May 16 on aecoui 1of several members of the cast being AvLUNCHEONDr James W Guest of Louisville was the host at a handsome luncheon given at noon on Tuesday at the G chatmioPgirls who are guests in Louisville among whom were Miss Irma Labrot of this city who was the guest of Col and Mrs Bennett H Young Among the other guests of honor wereIAla the guest ofl Miss Ellzabe Boyle Miss Clare Glenn of Nashville ho is visiting Miss Bessie iss Ethel Stewart of Baltimore w with Miss Bessie Clark and Miss argaret Willis of Evansvllle In who is with Mrs Hershel Porter ati HotelnMrs Boyle G Boyle chaperoned the party and besides the guests honor Miss Boyle Miss Clark a Miss Applegate enjoyed Dr Guests hosptalltrJCuPERSONALSAfter a pleasant visit of ten da Miss Margaret McLaughlin Miss Bess Goodwin re turned home Sunday nIghtI wgltweek the guest 0 tofriends Eugeone Craig and Msa Ellen Turner o3 Ver sallies were among the visitors he weekhMr Henry H Roberts was In C cago several days during the we e in the inteerst of the Hoge ont nmery Shoe ColMisses Gardner and Arva nRaywhere they were the guests of bi isabeen gcMreeks end In Lexington the guest fonrelatives reHon Jesse M Alverson of Stanfo r was among the visitors here during resalef Shelloty weeked of Annie and Alma 1IooretMrs Martha Jameson o Cynthlana Is expected here this morning for a visit with relatives DIJas ter were among the visitors here duros ing the weep bdarwee Valley Messrs R S Hawkins and A berth of Woodford county were onday on business rh N T Anmstrong of Georgeto vintag ncdayhoMrs J B Lewis of Versailles came Wednesday for a visit with her cou frtryMrs Wm L Cannon and Mrs Geo Berry spent several days during pMrchildren have returned from county where they spent a eek with relatives of I Dryden death of her mother Mrs John B Judge and Mrs Robt L Stout who have been spending a mo ere with Mrs Robt Crittenden tf L VersalIwas here Monday on business b AppealsI of was during the week the gue of Mr and Mrs Geo Baker Mr and Mrs Mason Barrett haT returned tojxnilsville after a 0 visit wltlUBK mother Mrs wrI t jXui nks and little flan from Cloverpa lathes for sei rhunne of Hat the week here the f Mrs Frank P street Miss Lo HElte Smith has returned from Crescent Hill where she spent several days with Miss Marian Gaines Miss Virginia Osborn has returned to her home In Louisville after a stay of a week with relatives here Mrs C E Collins spent the wee in Cincinnati the guest of her sister Misses Lena and Ruth Laughlin Judge and Mrs Edw C ORe have returned from a short visit to their farm in Montgomery county Miss Heeln ORear and her gue Miss Evelyyn Todd have returned to school at Science Hill ater a short stay with her parents Judge and MrInE C ORear Mrs Geo A Lewis entertained asher guests during the week Mrs Ma genet Cromwell and Miss Mary Cro C3I1wellMiss Sadie Robinson spent several guestto VerItlnt16 on wejn the guest of Col FourthI nejDanville where he spent several days with relatives fhompsng o n among he visitors here during the week 11asontafIthey thIhometh on SlaughterI helterhoe in Wentzville Mrds Mr and Mrs L C Wallace had Us their guests during the week Henofiry dDiiss Nellie Marshall left Tuesday afternoon for Cincinnati where she goes to resume her studies in Health SprtYsng hegatrs on Mr Jno A Gorman of Louisville Wmas J PMrs Howard Black Mrs T F Humphrey and Misses Christine Rey nolds sort Fannie Crittenden were is attendlreng Thomasvtlht hftRichmogind a IIonMrs Henry T Stanton who visiting her daughter Mrs RolI Rorertson at Crescent Hill called this week to Jackson Tenmj account of the serious Illness ofi her brother dDIiss Westfeldt of North Carolina who has been spending the winter with Col and Mrs L P Tarlton Monday for Washington where she vlll visit frlendp before retutmi Mr and Mrs Chas B Schoolfi old returned Monday evening from their bridal trip spent in the east and rsat home to their friends at Mr and Mrs Z J Montgomery on Secondat Rev Austin B Montgomery Mrs Overton and Misses Carrie S ehdays and Cordelia Kendall were In xlngton during the week attending EpislloreJudge and Mrs Samuel W Ha who for several years have been m their home on Shelby sir setastored their household furniture taken ro9ni3 with Mrs S E James qislnom Louisville where she spent a eek the guest of Miss Slna Lee Hal rls Mr Barry Norman entertained with an Informal dinner party m com to Miss Farmer on Saturday last at the opening of the Country Club In Louisville Prof J G Crabbe superintendent Public instruction has leased the t l house on Shelby street recently cupied by Judg and Mrs S W Hager Mrs firbbe has arrived from Ash land and they will go to housekeeping at once N Estes have re vllle where they rdthof his mother Mr Estes while nded the banquet stdHouse given Saturd ke Southern represen tational Life and Ac fe Company tBush spent the we of Mr a I sas left en woodI 0e rumor with her uncle d wton ss Uea of Indianapolis Ind twith her sister Ma ray was ors her the week Mr a s A D MaruWspent the weekouisvllle as guests of the Seelb Jtlira Cec mer spent the week In Danville he guest of Mr and- Mrs Wnj owland arMr a s Chas Irlon were In Loulsvll g the week as guests at the S stfirs Art rule of PUtsburg h returned home after n visit with h sister Mrs Sue B Merriman Mrs Frank Hewltte spent the week Louisville where she was the gues of relatives anrd Arkansam s Thursday for a visit with her mother Mrs R P Pepper Thursdaofwhere she will spend a week with relatives Mrs Stanley Shepard has returned from Carrollton where she spent a with Mrs Ella Shepard Geo H Stehlin spent the wee relatlesIto home In Georgetown after a visit her sister Mrs R R in the county Mrs B H Wallace who has be visiting her father Capt Jas Blackburn at Spring Station has turned to his home in Chicago Mr Jno B Dryden left Wednesday for Montgomery Michigan he has accepted a position at McCallam Stock Farm Hon J Campbell Cantrill of Scott county who is a candidate for Con gress from the Ashland District w Monday greeting his friends Mrs Katherine McAuliffe who has been spending the winter with her daughter Mrs Albert J Tweedey in Lexington is now with her daughter MadisonIrstreetAmong the prominent attorneys here boring the week on business before the Court of Appeals were s CGWathen and Saml S Arne t of Leba LexngtonJudgeburg Mr Chas J Howes of Paints vllle Mr Gerald Finn of Franklin and Mr Clarence Finn of Owensboro Mr Joseph Scott and Miss Sue B IScott of Lexington were the guests week of Mr Guy H Briggs and family Miss Hattie Oldham has returned from Lexington where she spent a NutherIe1from Louisville where she was the WarfleldI was a guest at the Capital Hotel this wool Mr Ed E Abbott of Louisville was fromIof Mr Jas S Stoll Miss Annie Thomas spent several days in Louisville during the week as- a guest of the Seelbach eftDir L Brent Greene of Jit Sterling was the guest this week of his father GreenengRuth Robinson has as guest at her home on Conway street Miss Katie Lawson og Bagdad reMrs A C VanWfnkle and her mother Mrs A B Rust were guests the Seelbach In Louisville during the week Miss Lettle Crowe spent several during the week in Richmond the guest of her mother Mrs Wm Crone Mrs Ross Anthony McCallum re turned Thursday afternoon to her ShgthaltSOLDIERS IN HARRISON Col E W Llllard has opened head at Cynthlana and detachments of troops under his command are being sent from that place on ex peditlons to surrounding counties ALL FOR BRYAN Massachusetts Democrats la con JBrton j WEITZELS Silk Showings e ekThis springs showing surpasses all former efforts Dainty Designs Greet Variety Popular aceseThe great Moneybak Silks black and colored heads the list Spot and perspira tionproof black China Silks yard wide only I yard Some beautiful silk dress and waist ideas can be found in the quar terly style book of the Ladies Home Jour beehad at our store for only 20c which in eludes a full 15c pattern If You Buy ThemBEST THAT MONEY CAN hSECURE LINErOF l 1asreTO BE FOUND IN THE CITY OF FRANKFORT MeA SELBERT asJEWELER If You Buy at Selberts Its Good When Ready To Be Served Williams South Have everything that is freshest and best in GROCERIESProduce St Clair StDriscolls Old Stand Both Phones NEW CHAIRMAN ELECTED The first meeting of the new Republican State Ventral Committee was held In the headquarters of the organization in the Louisville Hotel at Louisville and R H Wlnn of Mt Sterling member of the committee from the Tenth Congressional Dis trict was unanimously chosen chair man of the committee to serve for the ensuing four years and George committeeewas vice challrman without a dissenting voteIIFLOOD IN THE OHIOI The fifth flood in the Ohio River since January 1 is causing big losses to farmers NIGHT RIDERS SURRENDER Thirtyeight men charged with night riding surrendered and gave bond at Eddyvlllo PAGE FIVE FOR SALE TWO FRANKLIN FARMS One known as Joseph Clarke Home stead located one mile from Frank fort near the Shelbyville pike Con tains about 115 acres including a virgin forest of red cedar trees a main house a tenant house large cow barn etc Now used as a dairy and garden farm Inexhaustable supply of 2 Known as Sugar Grove or Clarke deceased Located immedi a ately on the Shelbyville pike one mile from Frankfort TLiu place con rains about 85 acres on which there is a virgin forest of sugar maple and walnut trees This is the best loca tion about Frankfort for subdivision into suburban lots- I nm offering these farms at 100 per acre subject to tenants lease to November 1st 1908 Possession ot Main House and yard at once For full particulars address CHAKLKS J C GRANT Admr Agti 311 Garfield Bulldnig Cleveland O f ti SAGE SIX J + 1irSAYS CONTRACTORS RUN THE PRISON George dim Comes Back At Commission Suggests Full Investigation L Giduct TWO STRAPS WERE USED ON MEN George Chinn former warden of the f State penitentiary at Frankort has given out a statement in reply to the Board of Prison Commissioners in Which he renews his charges that the prison is practically controlled by the Jioge Montgomery Company the labor contra issuedca statement in reply to the personal card of Ell H Brown tMr Chlnn begins by saying that on Issue has been raised between him self and the commissioners and that 4 the only way to settle the matter is for a thorough Investigation of the Frankfort penitentiary to be made by t the proper authorities The charge that Madigan a guard was paid 100 by the contractor is acknowledged to be true and Mr Chinn says it should be determined whether or not such a payment was proper even though it was made with the knowledge andcon + sent of the members of the commis sion He says the incident is one that goes to establish his contention that the prison is run by and for the contractors even to the point of employing and discharging wardens He points out that there have been three wardens and one deputy acting as warden in two years Answering the denial of the com missioners that he found a blood strap in the prison Mr Chinn say that the commissioners deny it onl by saying that visitors would have seen it and made the fact public In answer to this Mr Chinn says tha two straps were kept one a light stra that was exhibited to visitors and the other a large iheavy strap on which he found blood This strap he says specialfid to the whipping of women and says the prison records will bear him out on that point as well as in cases where prisoners cut off their fingers to es cape punishment for failure to make task He says that before he left for the West he found that it was a bet ting proposition as to whether he would ever return as warden and that waen he asked Harvey McCutch con about It Mr McCutacheon told him there was nothing in the report On his return he says he found that Madigan had openly boasted that he toad asked Mr Brown to remove the warden Mr Chinn says that he was firm in his management of the con victs and that when he found a pris oner willfully neglecting his work he ordered his punishment but that he- did not allow the contractors foremen to dictate in the matter He says that the records will show that more was rp accomplished for the contractors during his time In office than was accom pushed under the former acting war den fflj tr He suggests that as a final test that the records be examined to show how much work was accomplished during t February March April and May under Mr Hawkins July August Septem ber and October under tho management of Mr Mudd He says if the hecords show that more was accom pUshed while he was In charge that the commissioners charge that he was Incompetent falls to the ground 1 In reply to the personal statement cof EH H Brown Mr ChInn says that temperdrand that he should have dealt in cold ri facts He says Mr Brown cites a case in which a fee of 200 was paid and fin the same breath accused him l Chinn of circulating false reports He says that Mr Brown by Mr Mc i Cutohens statement runs the Frank sort prison and that he has the appoint ment of about sixty guards and depu ties These men Mr Chinn says as throughFthe influence of Senators and Repre sentatives and therefore Mr Brown has a large Influence with the legis lators In view of these facts MrI Chinn says the 900 check from the New York Life Insurance Company for proposed legislation has an Important aspect Mr Chlnn closes his statement by saying that he was never an applicant for the office of warden and that he would never have accepted had he known that he would be expected r to lash prisoners at the demand of the HogeMontgome y Company Twentyfour Years In a Prison Cell CONVICT GRANTED PAROLE AFTER LONG CONFINEMENT NOW BROKEN MAN After being In prison for twenty four years without being outside the walls but once during that tme J B TIdwell who has been confined In the penitentiary pferham longer tian her convict iWl be re leased mflfflole and will go back to Paducah which he has not seen in nearly a quarter of a century What he will do when he sees his home city and the great changes which have been made will be Interesting to see He has been In the prison for so long that he will not know how to act when he Is once more outside and free He never saw a street car or a telephone both of which have reached Paducah since he was com mitted to prison Paducah has changed from a small town to a city in that time and the old convict will go back home to find only a few of his friends left Ed O Leigh who was secretary to J C W Beckham when the latter was Governor started a paper in Pa ducah on the day TIdwell killed Wil liam Owens for which crime he was convicted and sentenced to the peni tentiary for life Mr Leighs paper was publishel for the first time the day following the killing and the first news item he handled in his new paper was a story of the killing of Owens Mr Leigh is now In Frank fort and was largely instrumental in getting Tidwell released on pa role Tidwell was sent to the penitenti ary here from McCracken county for lire for the murder of Bill Owens When the branch penitentiary was built Tidwell was transferred to that prison and has been there ever since He has been a model prisoner in every way and the commission de cided that he ought to be released TOBACCOY BurleyPDistrict This Year REPORTS SHOW THAT ONLY 10 PER CENT OF ACREAGE IS PLANTED Representatives of the Society of Equity have completed a canvass of the acreage oJ tobacco which will be grown in the White Burley district this season and these reports practi cally agree with the estimates o to bacco manufacturers and are that about 10 per cent of last years acre age will be planted According to the report of W B Hawkins of this county who had charge of the Equity Society canvass tobacco will be grown In at least nine counties of the White Burley district In Henry and Shelby counties more than onehalf of the normal crop will be grown In Old ham county about twothirds of a crop will be planted and Washington and Madison counties scattering crops will be grown A small acreage will also be planted in Mercer county but Mr Hawkins states that little or no tobacco will be grown In the other counties in the White Burley belt Last year there was grown 1 the belt approximately 160000000 pounds of tobacco 10 per cent of which the quantity that is being cultivated this season will amount to about fifteen or sixteen million pounds Georgetown Citizens Ask Remission of Big Fine WANT GOVERNOR TO LET INDIAN OIL REFINING COMPANY DOWN EASY About 1000 persons attended the mass meeting in the court house at Georgetown Monday night called by the citizens to protest against the 10000 fine assessed against that con cern by a Franklin county grand Jury on the charge of polluting the waters of Elkhorn creek with oil and other waste products from their plant the meeting being called by the George town Commercial Club A petition addressed to Governor Willson to the Commonwealths Attorney to the County Attorney and to the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Franklin county praying that they remit their respective fine was prepared by a committee l DESPERATE MEN PLAN GAt Convicts In- Ready For I Plot Discovjs e TellsN a PECK Of KNIVES inN A e em cony the pen brer HElr way to lib nipped in t e bud last week e prIson authorities who disc the plan by one of the men t the guards The story has bee t quiet as suchstorIes usua e and the warden E E Mud not say much about the plan f Aeak even 1nowIt is said by the authorities hat the plan to make u break was ormed as a result of the row between the Board of Prison Commissioners- and George Chinn the former warden It is sad that the convicts thought this would be a good time to get away as they believed that tne people were in sympathy with them on account of the charges made by Mr Chinn The convicts In the prison here get the daily newspapers regularly just like any other person In the State and some 150 copies ofa Republican paper go to the men in the prison This paper published Mr Chinns statement in full under big headlines and commented on the way the convicts were treated according to Mr Chinns statements The convicts passed these papers about and some of the hardi est of the men decided to make a break for liberty It Is said they had planned to kill the guards on duty in the corridor where the leaders were confined and then fight their way out Several men were found with knives and one man had skeleton Reyes that would have unlocked the cell doors By taking advantage of the darkness the convicts would have beenable to pounce on the guards In the middle of the night and they evidently had intended killing the guards by stabbing them in the back so that there would be no outcry The plot miscarried and the leaders were caught with the knives and keys on them Mr Mudd says that there were only a few men in the plan and he did not attach much Importance to It as the men are always trying to get away He says he has had considerable trouble with the convicts since the controversy between the commis sion and Mr Chinn as the men have become emboldened by the expression in the various papers on the way they have been treated Mr Mud says the men seem to think they have the sympathy of the people on the outside and that It would be easy for them to get away If they were once outside the prison walls Another plot of the prisoners t break from the penitentiary here ha been nipped In the bud A saw large enough and good enough to have cut the bars of the window In the war dens office and liberated as many men as were in the plot was found Wednesday morning In the cell of a negro prisoner A key to the lower lock on the cell doon was found in the possession of another prisoner A peck of knives some of them large some small and a number of sharp pointed Instruments were taken out of the cells of the prisoners Warden E E Mudd Is keeping close watch over the prisoners and any attempt that they may make to break away will be thwarted The agitation that is now being kept up about the prison is believed by the prison officials to be responsible for the plots Frankfort WantsThe Council DELEGATION WILL SEEK HEAD OFFICERS OF DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA A large delegation will go to Lex ington on Wednesday May 13 to secure the State Council Daughters of America for a permanent meeting In Frankfort or for next year at least with the express understanding thatI the matter will be pushed to have Frankfort named as the future home of the D ot A Special rates will be made on the interurban for all who wish to go All members desiring to go will give their names to the committee by calling up New Phone 490 There will be a delegation of other business people of Frankfort Historical Register Of State Society ELLENT NUMBER ISSUED ITH INTERESTING INFORMA TION IN IT The register of the Kentucky State Historical Society hasW been published and is an v t filled with Infor nterest to all id focture of Gen ontspIece and terestlng article Iorton on Gen 1 ing is the table current number President Zachary lUJIUi1 with picture By Mrs Jennie Morton Prehistorlc People of Kentucky four thousand years ago By Z F Smith Historian Discovery of Hambolt Bay Concluded Forget Me Not Poems by Mrs Jennie T McHenry Franklin County Continued By L F Johnson with Supplemental Jhapter by G C Downing Department of Genealogy and His ory The Pogues By H M William son exKentuckian of Portland Ore gon The Downlngs and Others By G C Downing Department of clippings and Para graphs of Current Literature Report of the Kentucky State Historical Society Editorial Notes Debate On Social Question At Y M C A IUDGES DECIDE IN FAVOR OF AFFIRMATIVE AFTER GOOD DISCUSSION The Young Mens Debating Club of the Y M C A met in the parlors of their building Monday evening and held another of their most iuterca in meetingsThe for the evening was on the question Resolved That So cialism and Anarchy Tend to Over throw Government The affirmative was upheld by W A Toombs and Gote Herndon and the negative by H W Peel and Hike Gooch After a most Interesting discussion of the subject and the various phases and advantages of both sides presented the judges returned a decision in favor of the affirmative STAMPING GROUND William Conway left last week for Lexington to be done for some time Miss Cynthia Thomasson visited Genrgfowndas Miss Sue Viley let for home on Thursday to spend the summer in n nuch needed rest Miss Nora Poindexter formerly of this place but now of Lexington Is visiting friends near here Miss Jessie Hambrick and Mr Fames Davidson wer marrIed in Lex ngton Tuesday and left at once for New Orleans to matte their future O N Jameson was reelected ru tee in the graded school Saturday afternoon The commencement ex ercises which closed Wednesday night was well attended and a great success in every respect O N Jameson was elected trustee In the graded school Saturday to ceed himself Tllford Oalvert had the ball of three fingers of his right hand cut off bya buzz saw last week Rev E W Summers preached an excellent sermon from the text Where is He at the Baptist Church Sunday night Mrs Lida Adams one of the best women In this or any other communI- ty is dangerously ill of pneumonia Though her case is not regarded as hopeless her condition is considered a critical Burglars attempted to crack the Peoples Bank Sunday night En trance was gained to the vault by working the combination but an en tire failure to get at the money in the safe No clewIThe name of George E Wilkerson wias committed from the list of ex Confederates published two weeks ago He enlisted ini Co C 9th Ky Cavalry in 1862 and served to the close of the war Rains keep the plows standing idle not a furrow being run last week I notice one field partly planted to com planted in the mud The outlook for a crop is as gloomy as the unprop itious musky weather The entertainment given by the pub lie school Tuesday and Wednesday nights was excellent and attended by YOUR BELTING YOUR THE CAPII Holmes FOUNDRY iAN Street e MACHINESYOUR ill G- J z i II YOURMOTORS II BOATSI The typewriter user always expects more and better service from the RemingtonTypewriter than from any other writing machine He has reason to right to and we want him to Remington Typewriter Company New York and Everywhere 426 4th Avenue Louisville Ky W it G S l N xt W t WE INAUGURATE SALE OF WHITE GOODS INDIA LINEN 12J2 FOR 10 INDIA LINEN 15 FOR 122 INDIA LINEN 20 FOR 16 PERSIAN LAWN 20 FOR 15 BATISTES 25 FOR 20 FOR PARTY AND COMMENCEMENT DRESSES WE HAVE FRENCH NAINSOOK PARIS MUSLINS FRENCH LAWNS PRINCESS MUSLINS THE SHEEREST AND FINEST GOODS SHOWN OUR EMBROIDERIES AND SWISS SETS ARE POSITIYELY THE NOBBIEST TO SEEN DONT MISS SEEINGTHEM 1000 YDS VANENCINNES LACES VALUES 6J2 7J2 AND 1tt FOR 5c THIS SALE EXCLUSIVELY F f4 J HEENEY crowded audience both nights The leading plays wero well rendered and above tho average Miss Anna Hill presided at the piano and Interspersed the exercises with good music A farmer who says he has tried often says clover bloat in cattle be readily relieved by grasping the tongue of the affected animal and pulling it out which allows the gas to escape relieving the animal Ano ther remedy is twist grain sack into hard roll and tie in the cows mouth Worth trying as number of cows have died recently from eating wet cloverDogwood winter continues to the discomfort of everybody and to the detriment of many The snow Thurs day morning was surprise but did remain long A heavy frost and freeze caught considerable garden truck that was unprotected Report SATURDAY MAY 9r 1908 R Ill t t a A 23 II BE ANYWHERE It can a a a a differ as to damage to fruit some averring that all peaches are killed others that there will be a fair crop if not killed later Rank growths 9jwheat on bottom land was damaged by the freeze but to what extent can not be determined till harvest SCOTT GOVERNOR PARDONS NEGROi The Governor pardoned Sherman Thomas a negro of this county con victed In the Franklin Corcult Court on a charge of petit larceny and sen tenced to confinement in the county jail for eleven months The appltca tion for the pardon was made by Judge Ii qfshownto serve a jail sentence- i b I 1ly 0IJSE ELEPHANTS Big Wagous Out Of The Mud r rCircus Has Hard Time On Account Weather 1l Tent Almost Blows Down At i i Night Perfomance t IMMENSE CROWD SEES GOOD SHOW y Think of having wet feet twice a throughimud and rain every day and every weeks Not a pleasant p1hinlc about but that Is wha the show people who were with John Wednesdayrhadter quarters In Cincinnati two weeks U ago It has been mud and water nIl the time Wagons stuck wet can vas was too heavy to be handled with out a large force of hands and every I thing was running with water It Jbad enough to have to put up an- take down a big tent and move that plunder every day but to have 111to do when It Is pouring In torrents and when the ground Is so soft that the wagons stick ankle deep In the mire where the elephants oven are In1Dable to shove them loose Is the limit Just mention the weather t Ha man connected with the circus an ho will give a choice and select line of swear words that will be a good whenpI1e an can di triesBut Franklort did not mind th weather Frankfort had not seen a circus in several yeara and was cir fcusmad All the country around about also thirsting for a circus and 4the country population began movin Frankfort about daylight Wed liresaay morning They came In all Hilsorts of conveyances by rail and on- interurban and they overra Frankfort all day Nobody talked 1about ariythiitB disc and the man who did not got enthused was simpl a fossil The streets were crowded with men and children and women fJand they all acted as each usually n acts The men were talking shop and appearing to be careless about wheth hor the parade came or not but the ifHWomen were different They were because they wanted to get b110me and get through dinner In time ito take the children to the show children were keyed up to great excitement and the women were kept busy hauling the children out from iunder the wheels of wagons and horses hoofs The man with the bal loons appeared early and did a thrlv lag business It was a typical circus day crowd Ever aJgood time and was praying it would 1inot rain There were optimists and pessimists present The latter anI pounced with chuckl s that It cer Ltalnly would rain and that anyhow V the parade would not be given as the circus had come in too late and was behind with everything The optomists smiled and predicted good weather The pessimists seemed to Lave the 1turn on the parade part of their pre a dictions as the pararde was slow ge under way Nobody knew whe- was going and everybody aske IIt hung around some convenie Nobody ever did Know ho parade would go when It arrived hand many missed It entirely altltou iIt there was a rush for the streets s which the circus passed that al- molswept st away telephone poles The pal alongfgroundsJ the locatl k iAi of tho lot was changed twice as the 1i r tjheavy wagons could not be placed If Finally a lot was selected out on the h al Leestown road The circus people ha their trouble Once the big ticket wagon stuck the wheels going axle deep Into the ground The four mules wftlch were pulling it could not bud Jho thing Hey Bill send out one of those elephants will you Bill produced an elephant which waFmuch to tho terror o the mules which UIo nt his head against the rear of tb- e1wagon gave a puff that put now life vigor Into the mules and tho 11wagnn was shifted forward several l feet This was repeated several iI times and tho wagon waa finally locat i ed properly Then the elephant called Jake strolled back into the tent with an air which said That was easy rN for me The tents finally were put up in the mysteriously rapid ways cir cus tents are put up and at 1 oclock it began to fill up with people They streamed Inside the tent until 230 and then some 300 were unable to get In and had to go back home Everything was full of people Reserved seats and bleachers alike were full and finally the overflow was seated on straw and hay which was thrown down on the ground to keep out of the wet The circus was about the same as other circuses and was lacking In nov ely The performers showed that they had just started out and wpra green In some of their acts misses were made before th were performed No new J done on the trapese andj same old circus no really acts being given The we something to do with this asi difficult Ito do somersaults on a horse when ones feet were slippery with mud There was no thriller as the death de yirng acts are called and none of the work dn the air was other than one sees all the time it being neither difficult nor dangerous But the show had two lion cubs thingstof admission Tho cubs were only two months old being born In winter quarters Cincinnati They were about the size of collie puppies the same age and were playful all the time The mother was affectionate and watched them with a real mothers care and attention She was n anmalewerepossible condition after spending the winter In large cages in one place stead of being dragged about over the country In small boxes There were many lions and leopards and all were fine clean looking brutes The menagerie tent was the best part ofJ showdRain which fell In torrents spoiled the night performance and kept away a great many persons who would have goodecon afteer the performance began when a wind and rain storm A p liartami the crowd thought that the main Theregwas a kept on playing and this tended t allay the Pears of the crowd The ele ringnand crowd feared that one of the big beasts would stampede One ele wildYover country that the strange beast was patroling the roads J D Sallee who managed the street car service for his company did what he could to get the people to the show grounds and considering the number of cars he had at his command he did great work He had eight extra cars brought from Lexington and for the first time Frankfort people were able to rde to and from the circus The cars were run on as rapid a schedule as could be maintained and some 3 000 persons were carried during the afternoon The crowds maintained good order during the day and not an arrest was made by the police The usual gamblers were missing and one did not see a shell game about the grounds After half an hours performance at night when it was announced that was too dangerous to attempt to co tnue the show on account of the storm the circus packed up and went to Paris where It showed on Thursday Prepared acwRIgD ERS WOULD ATTACKBIG gBARN BURNED onThe troops which arc quartered In this section were awakened in the middle of the night recently and toM that the night riders were going to immediated ly up and to fight but the riders did not come The soldiers are taken from the best company of servicge a scrap and the captain of the company who was a caller at the Governors office Monday said that he and his men would like nothing better than a fight but they had never gotten In touch with the riders yet A barn belonging to James Stocgden who lives in this county In the Den son neighborhood was burned Sunday night together with 6000 pounds of tobacco The origin of the fire is not known but all kinds of wild stories were floating around and it was thought by some that night riders had started the blazo It Is probable however that tho barn was set on fire by lightning I MUST DELIVER Liquor Shipped Into Option Districts 41 INTERSTATE COMMERCE DECIS ION FORCES L N TO VIO LATE LAWn the Federal Ms ordering L kllle railroad tlJM beer from ig Company 5r destinations on its liry territory will in all lWPfl Bp esult In the next few days In the issuance of an order to freight agents canceling a prohibitive Instruction against receiving for ship ment liquor consignments for prohi bition towns The order that no more shipments of liquor or beer were to be received for dry towns was issued by the Louisville and Nashville Octo ber 31 1907- Following instructions the Louis villa and Nashville agent at Evans vllle refused a shipment of beer from the Cook Brewing Company a few months ago The company carried the case Into the Federal Courts in dianapolis and a decision handed down within the last few weeks orders the Louisville and Nashville to receive all consignments to all points offered to them by the Cook Brewing Company The Louisville and Nash ville took Its stand In regard to the nonshipment of liquor Into dry towns on the ground that by so doing It would bo violating the antsaloon laws In the community where the shipment was landed The order of the Federal Court places the Louisville and Nashville In a peculiar position They are compelled to accept the tendered shipments of the brewing company and by so doing they lay themselves liable to a fine for delivering It The road had no moral scruples against hauling quor Into dry places but does not care to make itself liable under laws of the prohibition towns for the de legsdoneoliquor and brewery companies are said to be threatening suit against the road it the Federal Courts unless it shipments The suits will be based o the Indianapolis order The legal advice on the point seems to indicate that the Federal law will stand above the State laws and for this reason the Imminency of a revo cation of the order seems to be near at hand The Louisville and Nash vllle has been practically ordered to break the laws of the prohibition towns by the decision of the Federal Court The court based its decision on the grounds that there was no law to prohibit the stilling of beer In Evansville and that the Louisville an Nashville must therefore accept interstate shipments The road may be forced to ask for an injunction Iron the Federal Court in the event the an attempt is made by localdr tow authorities to drag it into court for delivering whisky shipments which It had been ordered to accept 4 SeennAH But One Derby LM H P WILLIAMS IN LOUISVILLE TUESDAY HALE AND HEARTY AT 89 M H P Williams who has never missed but one Kentucky Derby since that classic event was established was in Louisville Tuesday and saw the Derby run under the oldtime sy ten of betting Mr Williams is 89 years old but he can not miss Derby and no matter how bad the weather or what the conditions he always goes to Louisville for the opening of the spring meet there He has seen every Derby but on On that occasion he arts ill and h physician would not allow him to venture out so he had to stay In Frankfort and miss the Derby With that exception he has always been there when the bugle called the horses to the post and he has nearly always picked the winner He has seen the Derby run In mud on a Guppy track on a fast track and In fact under almost all kind of conditions said the conditions Tuesday were about as bad as he had ever seen them Many men from Frankfort went to Louisville Tuesday to see the Derby The announcement that there would be no betting had rather thrown a damper on the spirits of the Frankfort race followers and many who usually go to tho Derby haddecided to stay away this year The news of the granting of an Injunction to I ++ +++++++ +Z 2eligiowr4E Chinn the rec r he services ng Prayer and Sere venlng Prayer Iundayschool in the ring prayer at 730 v t erally Invited to at t v CHURCH Rev or will preach at 11 an m b ds 945 In the chapel Barg 45 a m taught y ion will Praj Wednesda ing at 730 chapel Everybo rdlally Invited Seats tree CHRIST URCH Rev C R Hudson JJJ astor will preach al 11 a m 30 p m Sunday pl at 945 a m in the chapel BChristian Rideavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 p m Prayer meeting on Wednesday even Ing at 730 oclock in the chapel Everybody Invited CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct services as follows Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers and prayer at 730 pm S5 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Services will be held as follows Sundayschool in the Lecture ro- oat9rl6am Morning worship at 11 oclock The pastor Rev Jesse R Ziegler will preach Young Peoples League In the Le ture room at 645 p m Evening Worship at 730 The pa tor will preach You will be welcome at each ser vice 5S JtS 1smaSundayschool at 93U a m Epworth League will meet at 645 p mPrayerMeeting on Wednesday even ing at 730 p m Everybody cordially invited to attend these services att SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m mdPrayer Meeting Wednesday even- Ing at 730 p m Everybody invited prevent Interference with the betting was welcomed with joy and everybody began packing their bags ready go to Louisville Frankfort was represented and many of them came back with pockets full Some are stttll down there and others came back only because they had return tickets Clean Sweep For Taft In Six Districts BIG SECRETARYS FOLLOWERS HAVE THINGS THEIR OWN WAYBRUNER BEATEN theair own way sixth Republican district conventlon held1 Tuesday and the delegates chosen to represent the party at the National Convention were TafteiNinth and Tenth districts held con vent ons and the victories of the Taft forces were gained with such ease that the Fairbanks men appeared glad to accept such crumbs as the winning faction was pleased to give J B Bennett J Frank Taylor and Robert H WInn were reelected State Central Committeemen as was M LHeBruner In the Fourth district Con gressman John Langley and J B Ben nett were renominated In their re spectlve districts ACCIDENTALLY SHOT While trying to draw his revolver which was cocked in his pocket Sam Harrod a farmer of Baileys Mill caught the trigger on his trousers snapping it and the bullet took effect in his right arm badly shattering the bone The arm may be amputated 9 Who Will Be PresidentThis Year andtcviry man must read to keep post edon poli ti CStThe CourierJournal Hy Watterson Editor Newst news as develops One dollar a year is the price of the Weekly CourierJournalBut Paper and the Weekly News Both One Year For 150 If you will send your PaperNot Journal Daily CourierJournal YearmWeekly CourierJournal Yearccorns on these if you will write this paper enclosing cash with order CAPITAL HOTEL E B WEITZEL MANAGER Specialattention given to the transfer of buggnge Use either phone Oldest and best hostelry in the city j PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR C A FISH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OffIceTodd Building at St ClaIr Strut Bridge BOTH PHONES 427 Am Ready To Make The Best PHOTOSA- nd all styles of Portraits and FrankfortBridgegrapher H G MATTERN Liquors and Where to Buy Them The Pure Food Law didI Say Mair r live wiU J- t u a goods asvou ere Yes my child if you dont ADVERTISE YOUR EGGS in the Poultry Department of the Louisville Ky We will call and show you samples of any kind of printing Use either phone No 11 t PAGE SEVEN dCENTRAL KENTUCKY TRACTION COMPANY Schedule effective on and fM December 3 1907iCars will leave Lexington for Vsh allies and Frankfort every hour frWN InclualveI Yeth rn Ftwf14fart45 p m Inclusive Cars will leave Frankfort for Vii sallies and Lexington at 600 and every hour from 730 a m 730 p m Inclusive Cars will leave Versailles for L m1ngtoi every hourGrom 40Pa m til 815 p m inclusive and at p m VttyallIccafort 45 minutes RtlJGeneral Manager Fran fDrt fCinCinnati HOcThe Midland Route Local Time TableI- N EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 r Sa IAMI r r EXCEPTI INo811P iii 715O6Elkhorn 1101 6 Stamping Ground I618 t 247 Johnson Duvall 680 Georgetown 102 M251 j S lu e m Newtown 864 Centerville 10S811 787 Bllzabeth a s 747 10Pam Janet n 48l WAr Paris f Lv 8501544 Con QkConnects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky N Frankfort Union Depot with L A BETWEEN TIVuP MA 11IA KIPII Georgetown Ar Cincinnati Lvi 801400 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI Vu PARIS AM P M P K Lr Frankfort Ar 718 LT Georgetown Ar I 5toJKENTUCK1 CENTRAL B R POIHTS A1iIIPIIG HAYPres Louisville fltlantic Ballwau EAST BOUND DAILY EXCEPTP SUNDAYS BIIttJooiliaa m and 1220 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains from BeMtyvill and titer mediate points arrlre at Ycriallfc at 1015 a m end 535 p m TtntaleavesIntermediate points at 710 p nu ON SUNDAYS ONLY Tray leaves Richmond for Versailles Mintermediate points at 365 p m The L I A and the Tactics LbM lFrankfortmood Irvine Beattyvllle tied inttnofe dlate points Wot futsf IsfbflDfttJoB ftMnH H R SUITS O P AJYersaille l ydJ Chesapeake Ohio By IIject t Limited for LouhTllle Hashville Werth phis West and S81IthWeit 940 A M and 615 P X LimitedCFor PilllUtlphlaPoiat and Nerfalk MCJ281yr CHANGE OF STREET CAR SCHEDULEr Cara leave Capital Hotel For Park LIMo 615 a arfntllFor Ccmotery Una 6ft5 a m anti every 41 Ntlnktuntil f 46 p m Fer LooaMwm Lino 630 a rn and ovory 4v nwNsjsjo jntll 1015 p iniTHE KY TRACt 00t 1 AGE EIGHT Goods c Mattings WE IMPORT DIRECT FROM THE ORIENT EVERY YARD OF MATTING SOLD BY US WE BUY IT CHEAPER THIS WAY AND CON SEQUENTLY SELL IT MUCH LOWER THAN OUR COMPETITORS WE ARE JUST IN CEIPT OF A CARGO OF 300 ROLLS OF CHINESE AND JAPANESE MATTING AMI AS THE SEASONS G SOMEWH1W w LATE HJE MA A MRfY REDUCTION IN PRICES AND PLACE IT ON SALE MON DAY AT THE LOWEST FIGURES AT WHICH HIGH CLASS MATTINGS HAVE EVER BEEN 1SOLD BEFO 5 THESE ARE HEAVY CLOSELY WOVEN CHINESE MA TINGS AND WILL GIVE UNQUALIFIED SAT ISFACTION IN WEAR THE PATTERNS ARE NEAT AND PLEASING AND COLORINGS BRIGHT STRONG AND AT 17i2c VALUE SPECIAL YD 122c HEAVY JOINTLESS MATTINGS 25c VALUE SPECIAL 20c EXTRA HEAVY JOINTLESS MATTING 45c VALUE SPECIAL FANCY 35c JAPANESE MATTINGS 35c VALUE SPECIAL 25c l Dry of DECISIONF r In Powers and Howard Cases For Three Weeks Governor Goes East Without Passing On Pardons Full Record Will De ReadI Before He Acts i ATTENDS CONFERENCE AT WASHINGTON Caleb Powers and James Howard will have to stay in prison for three weeks longer at the very least as Gov Wlllson has gone to Philadelphia and Washington and before going i announced that he would not pass on the applications for pardons for the j two men until after his return He went to Louisville on the afternoon C O train Thursday surprising 1 everybody In Frankfort very much He left Louisville yesterday morning Ir for Philadelphia in time to be inat the finish of the meeting of the asso t ciated Harvard Clubs He then goes to Washington to attend the confer ence of governors of the various states which begins there The Governor expects to return toI Frankfort on May 17 and It will at least a week after that time he will pass on the cases The Governor has been working hard on the records of the two cases and found r that he would not be able to complete the full and proper consideration of the cases which he believes they serve without staying here several days longer so he decided to go Washington Gov Willson took with him many records in the two cases and will spend his time on the trains reading and working on the evidence After the Governor left for Louisville his secretary McKensle Todd gave out a statement from the Governor Governor Willsons statement Is as followsI possibly help the delay The mass of petitions and requests In these cases was not presented to me until the hearing which took k nearly a week and when that was over wile the very able and interest Ing arguments had probably brought before me the main features I was not willing to decide the cases without reading the records myself because the responsibility will rest upon me and cannot be put off on the state ments of the lawyers It took a few days to clear off the work which had accumulated during the hearing and I then began to read the records giving all the time I could to them night and day and in order to hurry the work I gave the Howard record to Attorney General Breathitt and he has been reading that record but has been unable to do anything with it in the day time on account of the pressure of the dally work In the office but has worked on it at night very faithfully and today I sent for myselffsible and that it will be better to have the Attorney General complete report on the Howard record and this cannot be done before I must start for the conference of governors a at the White House- I have read ten volumes and part r 4L t AifefeLJM JUle eleventh volume of the record D of the last Powers trial and the whole record of the Youtsey case the three opinions of the Court of Appeals in the Powers case and three opinions In the Howard case I have also read a good many briefs arguments and petitions In the matter and have a good many to more of those yet to read In all sev J eral thousand pages giving most of every day and every night and let most of the usual work of my office go doing my best to finish these cases before going east as I said I would do before starting east and I had made up my mind to give up the meet M Ing of the Associated Harvard Clubs at Philadelphia May 8th and 9th which I was most anxious to attend on account of the kindness of that As sociation to me and the host of inti mate nearly life long friends who belong to it and will be at the reunion but it is plain today that I cannot possibly finish this work as It ought to be done before I must go to Washington I most unwillingly give up today that effort- I did not intend in any event to decide those cases before the end of the Republican Convention because I am not willing that my decision either the one way or the other should be In any way affected by any political or party consideration and I was distressed at the announcement at the convention yesterday that the pardons had been granted for there wast no foundation whatever no word of the kind authorized and could not be because I had not finished the records but it was a hardship on me and I have asked for a searching investiga tion as to how it came to pass and in view of this I have been more willing to delay the final decision to have a clear separation of the cases from partisan or political matters Served faithfully For Eighty Years I MARY BRISTOW WAS ALMOST ILIKE MEMBER OF SWIGERT FAMILY After eighty years service with the Swigert family and its branches Mary BrIstow went to her reward Wednesday at the home of one of the children she had nursed in fancy Mrs Jairus Moore whose hus band an officer in the United States army is stationed at a post near Newport Rhode Island The aged negroa body will be brought to Frann ort probably Sundhy when the burial will be attended by the SwJgert family and many of the older residents of Frankfort who knew Mary Bristow Mary was born In Frankfort and was the slave of Jacob Swigert She was always a house servant and was treated almost like a member of the family She nursed the various generations o the Swigert family anti went from one to the other branch of it nursing the babies and the sick When Mrs Moore Who was Mtss Mary Hendrick Swigert was married several months ago she took Mary to Rhode Island with her tele gram announcing the death of the faithful and devoted negro was re ceived in Frankfort Thursday NEW PLACE FOR GLENN Moses R Glenn who retired on May 1 as rate clerk of the Railroad Commission has accepted a position with the Kentucky Law Reporter published by the Frankfort Printing Co and will travel for that publication Mr Glenn has a large number of friends and Is well known over tho State i MAKE IT 25tr Business Mens Membership PLANS WILL BE CATION OF CAP GET STAT tale It 2j IIThis is the crUlMens Club and tn J pects that before ai roll around the club 25 0 members wl get A praTasti club tf ld Thurs plans Bpr laid for event s which wlll be of inter Frank fortThe club discussed tatter of appropriate exercisetfl Hi the oc casion ot the dedicat the new Capitol A committee HMposetl of B W Ebner Mackenzie n and F D Clark was appoint Kite this subject up With a view of secur the State printing for Frankfort again a elm up mittee composed of C W Bell Gen W Lindsey and Judge J H Hazel rigg was appointed to meet with the Board of Printing Commissioners and request themall other things being equalto give the printing to Frank fortSeven new members were added all the roster last night being Messrs B Utterback C W Bell W H Sneed J F Montgomery L C Raw C lings and J W Bower Dr Fishs new membership committee which Is going to work with might G ant main is composed of the following B W Ebner Jesse Riddle E1 Wallace F G Stagg Jos OeltherI vv Collins C N Wiard H ter O B Demaree and S M Saufley Mrs Trumbo Loses Suit For Damages B COURT OF APPEALS AFFIRMS JUDGMENT OF FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT The Court of Appeals yesterday affirmed the judgment of the Frank L lin Circuit Court in the case of Andrew Trumbos administrator against W A Gaines Co Andrew Trumbo was killed while working in the dis on May 5 1905 and his mother brought suit against the company alleging that the death resulted from negligence on the part of the com panys employes The jury In the lower court decided for the defendant and it was in this Base that Col James Andrew Scott who represented the plaintiff roasted the jury to such an extent that he was fined for contempt of court The Court of Appeals holds that Mrs Trumbo can not recover Kentucky Officials Go To Richmond VaI WILL ATTEND NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS Dr Milton Board and Stanley Mil ward of the State Board of Control have gone to Richmond Virginia to attend a meeting of the National Conference of Charities and Correction- to which they had been appointed delegates by the Governor They will remain in Richmond until Monday and then go to Cincinnati to attend a meet- Ing of the Medical and Psychological Society Percy Haly and Col Albert Scott will Join the other members of the board at Cincinnati S SALES OF DARK TOBACCO Up to April 18 the Planters tective Associations sales of ledout dark tobacco were as shown the table Clarksville Tenn Springfield Tenn 844 Guthrie Ky 677 Hopklnsvllle Ky 7inRussellvllle Ky Cadiz Ky 61 Princeton Ky B52IPaducah Ky Mayfield Ky 266 Murray Ky 302 Total DIES AT ELKHORN Many friends gathered at the Cum borland Presbyterian Church to pay the last tribute to Dr J M Gill the distinguished minister who died at his home at Elkhorn tf COMMITTEE Control Destiny of Republicans In State DELEGATES TO CHICAGO ALSO CHOSEN AND TAFT N GET ALL THEY he following Is new Republic State Centrals First District J Graves county Second DlstlIctJO- wenSiboro u och Third District J Frank Taylor Glasgow Fourth District M L Heaverin Hartford Firth DistrictCharles L Scholl Louisville Sixth District R P Ernst Cov IngtonStventh District C O Reynolds Lexington Rockcastle county Ninth District J B Ernst Green Tenth District R H Winn Mt District A T Slier Wil liamsburg Delegates to Chicago The national delegates to Chicago of whom except from the Second district ate Instructed for Taft fol lowirst DistrictDr Frank Boyd Dr H Linn Second District Delegates A H Anderson and R W Hunter eceltor W Newton of McLean county Third District ODeelesatgCTETAO Third District Delegates J T of Warren county and H BrIster of Logan county elector John A Logan of Edmonson county oFurth DistrictDelegates John P Haswell of Brecknridge county and Tom Jackson of Marion county elector Taylor Proctor of Gryson DistrictDelegates VT Belknap and Andrew Cowtn Louisville elector Alfred Seligaim Sixth District Delegates R P Ernst of Kenton county and J A McPherson of Campbell county elec tor J E Wilson of Pendleton Seventh DistrIctDelegates George Barnes of Franklin county and Charles Kern of Fayette elector A W Cottingham of Bourbon county Eighth District Delegates Walter Bennett of Madison county and J L Davidson of Lincoln county elec tor W L Eversole of Jess mine Ninth DistrictDelegates Wilbur county D Cochran of Maysvilie and E S District Delegates James Wallace o Estill county and Alle Cisco of Morgan county elector J J Moore of Pike county Eleventh District Deelgates E S Helburn of Middlesboro and T P Cowhert of Casey county electo- Lilburn Phelps of Russell county Nominees for Congress First DistrictJerry R Porter District John C Worsham No nomination yet fourth DistrictDr D W Caddie LarueFifh DistrictR 0 Kinkead Louis vllleSixth District John R Inglis Trim ble Seventh District R L Brlstow Scott Eighth DistrictNo nomination made yet- Ninth District J B Bennett Greenup Tenth DistrictJohn W Langley Prestonsburg Eleventh DistrictD C Edwards London SWITZER 10Mr Russell Green is now traveling of Louisville byMr John Switzer had the misfor to lose a very fine horse Satur dsday 113Quite a crowd from here took ad vantage of the free ride to George town last Sunday Mrs Mat Jones spent last Monday Frankfort Mr John Switzer and son Herbert of Georgetown spent Monday here 0 0 F Lodge will give an e hero Saturday May 9 Everybody Invited Miss Maude Head spent Sunday at home 1021Iiss Clara Carter for past two weeks has been the guest of Miss Jones in Lexington If you want a firstclass twobladed knife subscribe for the Weekly News and pay one year in advance and wo will give you one absolutely free Call and see these knives I jJ 1 I SATURDAY IoJ Perkins Transfer Co t All Kinds ofHauling Moving Household Goods Freight Bag gage c PRINCIPAL OFFICE L N FREIGHT DEPOT nn REAL ESTATE ASK U SiIf you want to sell your Business or Real Estate FOR CASH C No matter where located if you want to buy sell or exchange any kind of Business or RealIEstate we can please you C We can secure you quarter sections of Choice Government Lands for a small fee Q We have a number of excellent Bargains in City Residences C Renting collecting and care of property a specialty C Insurance placed with best companies C Loans negotiated C Give us a cal- lCAPITAL REAL ESTATE CO OFFICE OVER WEITZELS STORE BOTH PHONES WATCH THIS SPACE FOR BARGAINS ClfdAdvertising nAll advertisements in these columns are five cents per line for each insertion and to be paid for strictly in advance FOR SALE We have a firstclass 1 rhorse power Water Motor that we will sell at a low figure Apply at this office tf FOR SALEA 400 acre farm In Henry county All but 75 acres In grass well fenced 4 good barns and a 7 room twostory farmhouse Apply to S this office 252t FOR SALEEight Plymouth Rock hens and one rooster one year old and best blood They are of the Harry Clubb strain Also five Black Orping ton cockrels of best breeding Will sell cheap as I lack room I have both Plymouth Rock and Black Orpington eggs Rocks 150 and Orpingtons 250 per fifteen T F TALIAFERRO Shelby St Frankfort Kentucky Old Phone 453 Frankfort Eagles All Going to Paris WILL ESTABLISH NEW AERIE THERE ON MONDAYBIG TIME EXPECTED Frankfort Eagles are going to have a big time Monday when they will go to Paris to Institute a new aerie In that city Plans have been made to run a special train from here and- n about 250 Frankfort Eagles will go along to see that everything goes off right Paris is making elaborate prep orations to entertain tho visitors from Frankfort and they exepect to enjoy their trip very much The Frankfort Ilaaerie is one of the best in the State and the men who belong to it take a great deal of Interest In the work Tho order is growing stronger all the time and is taking a high rank In the fraternal orders of the coun try Frankfort Is in the front ra- nklull MAY 9 1903 For Sale Two Steel Roller Mills four rolls each Also four horizontal Fre Tube Boilers All in good condition W A GAINES Frankfort ti Ky FORSALE CHEAPWe have a 32 inch Paper Cutter in perfect condi tion that we will sell very choap Address this office tf FOR EXCHANGEWe have a Smith Premier Typewriter In good condi tion that we willl exchange for aIRemington In like condition at this oillce for particulars For Sale A handsome twostory frame residence of elgat rooms with attic over entire house This housIis superbly built and finished und has all the latest modern improve ments For terms call at this of fice Arrested On Charge Of Willful Murder t SISTER ACCUSES WILL DAVIS OF KILLING DANIEL DICKEY William Davis aged forty two years was arrested Thursday afternoon on a warrant swprn out by Mrs Mollie Harrod of Belle Point accusing him Iof murdering her brother Daniel j Dickey who was found dead lying Iface down under the trestle at Dud 1 leys crossing May 20 1906 He was rytIewas the verdict of tho coroner so that the arrest yesterday of Davis came aili1 1Thej ui 1