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FRANKFORT KLY NEWSAND 11 VOL XXXI FRANKFORT SENT 161908 No 36 BEGIN FIGHT To Pass County Unit Extension Bill AntiSaloon League a Opened Campaign Will Try To Make Measure The Big Issue TALK STILL OF AN EXTRA SESSION Extension of the county unit law so as to make It apply to every county- i the State and then to amend th Constitution so as to allow a vote b the people of the State as a wholeon the question of open saloons is the aim of the AantiSaloon League in Kentucky and the fight to have both these measureS passed by the next = General Assembly has been opened The fight will be kept up nom now until the time for the election o the members of the two houses of the Legislature and a determined fort made to have nominated and elected only those men wfho favor the extension of the county unit bill In every Legislative ands Senatorial district this fight has already been opened and will be waged persistently The work has just begun and Is done unostentatiously now but when the time comes to nominate candi dates for the Legislature both parties will find themselves facing the Anti Saloon League which will demand that both Democrats and Republicans put up men who are favorable to the county unit extension bill The AntiSaloon League has become one of the most powerful organizations in the country and is as strong in Kentucky as in any other State This powerful working organization will be behind the county unit bill and there is no Intention to let the bill get away from the league at the next ses sion of the Legislature The Rev Dr M B Adams who has taken an active part In the work Ings of the AntiSaloon League and iwho was one of the leaders in the fight to pass the county unit bill at the last Legislature said yesterday that the Work of trying to control the next Legislature had already begun and would be waged In every county in the State He said the newly el ct ed secretary Mr West who formerly was in charge of the work in Virginia had assumed charge here and would go to work to get the whole State organized AS yet the league has taken no step toward asking Gov Willson to call an extra session of the Legislature but it is probable that If it is found that the extra session will be called the Governor will be asked to include in the subject to be considered the county unit bill The county unit bill was such a bone of contention at the last session and was traded and jolted about to such an extent that the league hesitates about putting this measure in the call for an extra session for fear it might be compli- cated with other issues and be beaten againAt any rate there will bone effort to have the Governor call an extra session for the purpose only of consid Bring the county unit extension law The league will rest on their oars and work with the next Legislature hop Ing that they can get their bill through then There is still talk of an extra ses sloe to be held in the fall but no one seems to know about what itI would be called There is said to be pending In the Supreme Court the casES involving the redistricting of theI State into Congressional districts and- it Is probable that If this case Is de cided the way the Republicans hop It will be decided that is Imcsii out the law an extra seas be necessary to pass some which the Congressmen could be eleced It is ernor has other things also and might call the e for something else While this is going on the AntiSa loon League is pegging away and will fose r that he will vote for an extension of the county unit bill If any candlr date refuses to give this pledge then an effort will be made to beat that candidate at the general election The league Is going to try to make the county unit bill the issue in the election at which candidates for the Legislature are chosen GOVERNOR GIVEN ROUSING WELCOME KENeATyGov Willson was given a rousing reception by the Associated Harvard Club members when he reached Phila delphia last week and he was made much of by the Harvard men In a letter to McKenzie Todd his private hawfhe was received When his train reached Philadelphia he found a large number of Harvard men at the depot waiting for him They welcomed him with a shout and almost took him by storm Then the whole crowd uncovered their heads and sang My Old Kentucky Home The Governor said in his letter that he never heard that beloved old song sung more sweetly and was never more affect edGov Wlllson is now in Washington where he is attending the conference of Governors of the various States He expects to return to Frankfort on Sunday night or Monday morning and will resume his work on the Powers and Howard cases on which he has come to no decision as yet Will Soon Double Present Capacity GLASS FACTORY NOW ON SOLID FOOTING300 GROSS DOT TLES DAILY With everything running smoothly at the glass factory and two shifts being worked the men at the head of the plant now see their way clear to start the other furnace in September vhen 200 additional hands will ba employed At present about 200 hands are being worked 48 of these being blowers In September the force will be exactly doubled and the other Au- rnace of the pair started Tho glass factory is now turning out 300 gross of pint bottles everyday a night and day Shift being en gaged This means that the plant Is beginning to be yat on a paying basis and Is to be a ycss During the next two months the business wit amount to about 40000 that much being in sight now Unless something unexpected happens the bual nets and capacity wJli be dpuulwl within a few moncia and there is a chance that even this will be Increased leforo very long Kentucky FurnitureFor Palace It has been announced that n deal has been closed at the St Louis furniture exchange for 45000 worth of furni ture to be used in the palace of King Edward of England An official rep resentative of the King closed the deal and the furniture is to be manufactured in Louisville OPERA HOUSE CONTRACT J M Perkins will get the opera house His bid of 1400 will be accepted Smith Noonan withdrawing their bid oP a like amount after reach ing an agreement with the other bidders Possession will be given on June 1st tlL o ill IC SPOTS jedByllaone To be Put Up by State His torical Society First Will be Placed On Site Of Old Love House LESSON FOR YOUNGER GENERATION To preserve the location of and keep fresh in the minds of the young er generation the important events in the history of Kentucky the Ken tucky State Historical Society has plans on foo to place stone markers on the sites of those events which have played so important a part in the development of Kentucky These markers will be placed in Frankfort first and several will be located in this city where the history of Ken tucky has been made for so many years Later it is the intention of the society to mark spots all over the State in every county where any Important event took place The first marker that will be put up will be on the site of the old Love house In Frankfort This house played an Important part In the history not only of Kentucky but also of the nation as Aaron Burr met his conspirators there in 1805 The stone markers which will be used will be paid for by the State and will serve to teach the younger gen eration the history of Kentucky The location of the first capitol of the State which is In Danville will be marked for Instance and It will not be many years before the building which was occupied as the capItol will be a thing of the past With nothing to show where this house stood it would be only a short time until all trace of It would be lost and no one would know certainly where the first Legislature in the history of Kentucky ever met Other spots which are famous will be marked in the same way and the society has its plans well laid to commemorate events of historical Interest Itis not the Intention to deal with current events but to mark events as recent as the civil war For instance a mark er will be put on the old Fort Hill in Frankfort This hill once held a blockhouse built by the early settlers and also was fortified by the Confed erates during the civil war It is also planned to have a fountain located on St Clair street on the north side of the bridge here in the triangle adjoining the custom house Wood W Longmoor went before the General Council Monday night and asked permission to erect the Love house marker There was some dif ficulty about obtaining the consent of the present property owner but It is believed that this can be secured and the marker put up Mr Longmoor gave the following historical sketch of the old house Built by General James Wilkinson In to Major Thomas Love of the U S A in 1797 Occupied as the first Capitol in Frankfort when tho second Legislature met in its rooms 1793 Aaron Burr met his conspirators In the west end of the rooms of the old Love House in 1805 Philip Nolan boarded at the Love House ibefore going to Texas and be coming the first martyr to Toxan lib ertyIn the Love House Louis Fhilllppo the exiled prince afterwards King of France in 1830 made his home when in 797 In tl ise was preached firs ver heard In this firstJganized luntains u fayette was entered ove In 1825 and esii Jackson and Presi den roe and President their respects beautiful en in- T House wa down and r from this si n the summer 70 TO INV ATE HE PENITENTIARY STATE ECTOR WILL TAKE UP CHARGES MADE BY FORMER WARDEN s M H Thatcher State Inspector and Examiner shortlywlll make an official investigation of the Frankfort peni tentiary and will go into all of the charges made by George Chinn for mer warden Mr Thatcher could not say yesterday when he would begin the investigation but was inclined to think that he would take up the Frank fort prison next He has Just completed an investigation of the books of the Circuit Clerk of Jeffer son county and will now be free to take up whatever seems most pressingHe yesterday that he would have to look Into all the penal and charitable institutions sooner or later and he thought it probable that he would begin at once on tlv penitentiary here in view of the SJ rious charges which have been made by Mr Chinn Mr Thatcher said it would be his duty to Investigate every thing connected with the prison not only the financial side of It but also the charges of crulty to the Inmates and the methods of conducting affairs The work will consume much time and will be watched with interest as Mr Chinn made serious charges which were denied by the Prison Commis sioners Resigns As Pastor Of Providence Church THE REV A PAUL BAGBY WILL GO TO GLASGOW TO ASSUME CHARGE OF NEW WORK The Rev A Paul Bagby has resign ed as pastor of Providence Baptist Church in this county and will go to Glasgow to take charge of a Bap tist church there The Rev Mr Bagby announced his decision at a meeting of the congregation last resignation was received with regret as Mr Bagby has made many friends in his work in that section of Franklin county Mr Bagby was graduated two years ag from the Southern Baptist Theo logical Seminary in Louisville and immediately took charge of the church in this county He Is a young man of ability and winning ways and has a bright future before him a minister of the Gospel Bryan Urges Al- lStates To Instruct SAYS PEOPLE SHOULD BE GIVEN RIGHT TO EXPRESS PREFERENCES in the Commoner William J Bryan under a glaring caption urges the Instruction of delegates to the Demo cratic National Convention He saysInstructions to delegates are the order of the day Nearly all the States which have held Democratic conventions so far have Instructed This Is as It should be instructions are Democratic The people speak through instructionsthey can not speak in any other way A failure to instruct turns the delegates over to tho party bosses FLOOD STATE With Copies of Speech Delivered by Beckham Every Democrat Receives At Least One Politicians Asking What This Move Means COMMITTEE MEETS NEXT TUESDAY Why have 285000 copies of j C W Beckhams speech been sent to Democrats over Kentucky This is a question which is being asked everywhere whenever it is stated by Mr Beckhams friends that he is out of politics During the last few weeks copies of the sueech which Mr Beckham delivered at the banquet given by the Young Mens Democratic Club just at the close of the last session of the Legislature have been sent to Democrats all over the State almost every man who registered as a Democrat receiving a copy of this speech Mr Beckham has a list of nearly all the Democrats in Kentucky ad every man has received one or nore copies of the speech in which Air Beckham declared his intention to withdraw from politics In some instances more than one copy has been sent to the same man through mistake One man who was here the other day said he had received five copies at various times A force of clerks has been kept busy for several speechTo send out 285000 copies of this speechmeans the expenditure of good deal of money The stamp bill would be 2850 as a beginner and the printing would cost considerable more to say nothing of clerk hire and other expenses The question therefore is being naked by men in terested in politics why is Mr Beck ham maintaining a bureau for the dissemination of literature which adver tises himself No one seems to know or no one will say who is maintaining his bureau but it certainly is not done without Mr Beckhams sanction Mr Beckhams attitude in the next State convention is a subject to which great Interest attaches for It has been strongly intimated that he would again attempt to control the party The first real test of his strength will come next Tuesday when a meeting of the Democratic State Committee will be held in ExecutiveI tal Hotel here At this time and place for holding the State convention will be selected Mr Beck ham will attempt to control the committee It is said and will try to send the State convention to Lex ington This Is the programme and if he is able to prevent the convention from going to Louisville it will show that Mr Beckham still has a follow ing and is to be reckoned with In Democratic politics In Kentucky Louisville and Lexington will be the contestants for the location of the convention and each expects to win Mr Beckhams friends want the con vention taken away from Louisville because Louisvilles representatives in the Legislature voted against Mr Beckham in the senatorial race What Mr Beckham will do in the next State convention and what part he will play In Its movements is a question He has a strong personal following yet and If he goes to the convention and makes a fight on Senator MJpreary as It is Said will be done the chances for a split within the party seen to be good If on the other hand Mr Beckham does not try to dictate but Is really out politics as he is quoted as sayingtthen the convention will be simple and the Democrats can and will get together against with victory In store for them In November sending ut o Aousands of copies of his speech mild indicate that Mr Beckham is not out of poll tics or rather that he is trying to get back into politics again but on the other hand tm fact that he has ac it cepted employment from the L N railroad would Indicate that he Is has quit the political game Mr Deck ham is doing well with his law prac tice His friends say that he Is going to be a lawyer now and not a politi cian and if this Is true the chances for Democratic success in Kentucky would be vastly better than they have been for four years The Young Mens Democratic Club of Franklin county intends to attend the Democratic State Convention in a body whether it is held in Louisville or Lexington Tentative plans looking toward a movement to Interest the large membership in this plan were made at the regular weekly meeting of the club this week The sentiment t of the members present was unani mously in favor of the plan and it is believed that there will be no votes of dissent In the ranks of the organization Criticises Governor rt For Sending Troops TRIGG COUNTY MAN ADDRESSES LETTER TO CHIEF EXECU TIVEfit mostIWestern Kentucky is out in a lengthy letteryin the Cadiz Record addressed to His Excellency Gov A E Willson someivery pointed questions and criticises1 him severely for sending soldiers into Trigg county when they were not asked for by the county authorities Mr Hanberry says he was for Willson when Taylor was nominated was for Willson when Belknap was nominated and has known and admired him for twenty years but that if he is re sponsible for the invasion of our s homes in the wee small hours of the morning by armed soldiers who Idragged some of our boys from their carried them away prison ers etc he is not the man that he has always thought him to be Vest Out Of Race For The Legislature WILL NOT OPPOSE J H JACKSON IN OWEN WILL GO TO DEN VER CONVENTION Oscar Vest who was sergeantat arms of the Senate at the last session of the Legislature was In Frankfort yesterduyon business He said he had decided not to make the race for the Legislature In Owen county but would give J H Jackson the present Representative a clear field Mr Vest had thought of running for the Lower House as a member from Owen county but yielded to Mr Jackson who wants to represent Owen county against next session arr Vest has been appointed ser geantatarms at the Denver convenertlon In July and will go there to see the Democrats nominate a candidate for President Dog Law Submitted To Court of AppeaJsf The famous dog law about which so much has ben said and written and which the last Legislature refused to repeal in spite of the pressure brought to bear on the mem bers was argued yesterday before the Court of Appeals in the case of Mag lone against Womack from Carter county Edward Hamilton of Frankfort represented the dog and Attor ney General James Breathltt defended the law A decision is expected within a short time 4 Mrs Nancy Wlnn aged 101 years died at her home In Barren county PAGE TWO MANYNIIIPPEDSSerious Bracken County Scores of Complaints Re ceived by Governor Bands of WAiders TR rorize the People SOLDIERS NOW IN FULL CONTROL IAccording to reports received at the Adjutant Generals o I flees a serious and dangerous condi t r Lion of affairs exists In Bracken count and the State troops are necessary In t order to put down the lawlessness which prevals there Scores of letters Ihave come to the Governors office l pleading for protection and saying riders are whipij that bands of night ping men by the dozen for trivial r things such as even daring to ex kpress their opinion on the subject of 1the night riders or telling that they had been whipped It is said that the newspaper correspondents have been warned not to send out the newa of whippings and raids by the night riders and a large number of the outrages which have been com witted have never geen prlntetl any papers Acting on the information contained in these letters and answering the plea of men and women who have been threatened the Adjutant General sent soldiers to Bracken county to take charge of the situation The county officials did not ask for they soldiers but this is not deemed nec essary where a State of lawlessness exists and where it is deemed nec essary to send the soldiers The State troops are to protect the peo pIe from the bands of lawless men and also try to discover wlho some of them are so that the guilty men can be convicted Frankfort Company Sent The Frankfort company went to Bracken county and the men were pleased that they finally are to see service The captain Carl Norman had resigned because he felt that he was slighted by not being called into service so he welcomed the order putting his company in active ser vice According to the letters which have been coming into the Governors ficer during the last weep the night- riders have been working twice each f week and each time they have been out they have whipped from two 1a dozen men Some of the writers of these let ters say that women and children fear to go to sleep at night as they do not know at what time ther homes will be fired Into or a band of raiders iI call out the head of the family and r whip him The whole county Is said to be ter rorized by the night riders Persons are afraid to talk or even to tell that they have been whipped as several times a man has been whipped the second time for telling that he was whipped the first time The reports received by the Adju tant Generals department are to the effect that the county authorities have declined to give protection to the men- ur who have been threatened or molest ed by the night riders and the lawless bands have been allowed full sway in their work In the county A brother of the county attorney was whipped and hardly a night passes but some man is taken from his home and beten Do Not Anticipate Clash IAs for a clash between the farmers iiovernor Cox Par dolls Convict Who Is Dying RELEASES MAN SENT FROM LOUISVILLE ON CHARGE OF ROBBERY Acting Governor Cox pardoned Joseph Russell sent to the Peniten tiary for five years from Louisville on the charge of robbery He has served about a year and a half and Is slowly dying of consumption The Governor in granting the pardon wrote on the outside This pardon Is granted upon request of the Judge and Common wealths Attorney who tried the case and upon the affidavit of the prison 4 physician and Secretary of State who is a physician as to the incurable con dition of the prisoner being a victim of tuberculosis and the troops no such thing is expected here It Is believed that the presence of the soldiers will have the effect of keeping things quiet and there is thought to be little proba bility of any attack being made on the soldiers Col E W Lillard who is in command of the troops In that section of the State reported to the Adjutant Generals office that a gun in the hands of one of the privates was accidentally discharged Sunday while the men were on the march He reported that the soldiers was placed under arrest at once and will be held pend ing an investigation No report has been made here of any clash behveen the Jtfldtejs id the civil Whorl ties No additional troops were ordered out but Acting Governor Cox said that there seemed to be a serious condition of affairs existing in Bracken county and it might develop into some thing much worse Adjutant General P R Johnston has returned from New York and is in charge of the affairs of the fice 35000 VERDICT Awarded Man Whipped By The NigbtRiders JURY IN FEDERAL COURT HANDS OUT DAMAGES TO BOB HOLLO WELL A verdict for 35000 was returned for the plaintiff in the Robert Hal- lowell night rider damage suit at Pa ducah The Jury was out but thirty five minutes Every minute the jury deliberated cost the defendants the sum of 1000 The Jury was from Jefferson and Bullltt counties The jury was one of the most intel ligent looking that has ever filled the jury box in th Federal Court there some of them being from Louisville Some were business men some farm ers and others employes A more im partial Jury or more ideal jury could not have been secured The lowest amount favored was 25000 and sx favored the full amount of 45000 Then they got to figuring and all settled on 35000 One of the jurors said the verdict could have been reached in ten minutes had not one or two Louisville men been so firm for giving the full sum Robert H Hollowell sued John E Hollowell his brother and twenty seven other alleged night riders of Caldwell county for whipping him on the night of May 1 and driving him out of the State His wife has a suit pending for a similar sum and his twelveyearold son Price has a suit for 25000 They make the same allegations as Robert Hollowell At the first trial of the action in April the jury was hung by two farmers The remainder of the jury would have given the plaintiff as high as 40000 The defense will make a moron for new trial and If It is refused will take an appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States Insane Asylum Now Filled To The Limit CAPACITY OF 1400 AT LAKELAND REACHED AND SOMETHING MUST BE DONE SOON The total capacity of 1400 patients at Central Asylum has been reached wih the result that the authorities may be given some trouble in the care of lunatics Judge Joseph Pryor announced n the Criminal Court in Louisville that there could be no more trials for lunacy requiring commitment until the situation was relieved Trials where the patients are only harmless incurables and in which the State allows 75 a year to relatives for the keep of such patients at their home may still con W E Gardner assistant superintendent at the asylum stated that there were now 1392 patients there However as they are frequently being parolled or discharged as cured the chances are that the full capacity of the Institution will not be reached- CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CURED One who suffers from chronic con stipation Is In danger of many serious ailments Foleys Orlno Laxative cures chronic constitpation as It aids digestion 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CALL TO SEE Y- OUr SELLER CARRIAGE CO Incorporated IILJ VERSAiK WARD President C M BROWNING Sec Treas JI r tlt l SATURDAY MAY 18 1908 EASY MONEY ran With Awayexm Youngr ednesdaysGamePutsSolons t In The Lead BEAT VERSAILLES ON SUNDAY It was easy picking for Frankfort Wednesday when Lexington played second fiddle to the tune of 8 to 3 someIItimes but not are scattered and that was the best Lexington could do Crutcher had r them going all the time and it was only in the last two innings when he had the game won that he let up a little and the visitors were able to do anything with his delivery It was Frankforts game all the way but it was interesting for in nearly every inning the two teams had men on bases and once or twice it looked Isqually for the home boys That was just when Crutcher and the others rwere at their best audi Lexington was trailing all the way around Lex ington came to Frankfort touted as winners with their star tosser Geary in the center to do the twister act He was a twister all right but he lacked head work and toured in an 1aeroplane when the crucial moment On form it now looks like Frankfort should win the pen ant a3 there is nothing in view that can capitalILexington at the bat It was ubig big zero that went up on the bulletin- board after the agony was over Kim brough bringing the end a bit sudden ly by his inability to hit any of the l balls tpssed past him Frankfort fared but little better but at least gave the j rooters a chance to root for two men portiondof their cuticle Allison was the first man up He shoved a slow one to Hlllenmeyer and was thrown out first Lew Angermeler could not Igetpast the pitcher with his and met LeowAngy stopped one with his back but it was going so slowly that he did i not know he was hit until the umpire r told him to take first Right also grew careless and his knee caught 111one of Gearys shoots Both men died on the sacks though as Nell went wadrout short to first knocked to him by Peel in the sec and and let the visitor get a life was brief and uneventful however IItPeel was doubled at second when Crouch booted one to Crutcher c4 Frankfort went out quickly too In prk their half although Williams singled The next man up Klosterman sent a grounder into second and forced Williams being himself thrown out at first In the third it was one two three for Lexington The first twolP fan ned Geary going to sleep and failing to see a quick return by Crutcher This trick of shooting the ball back before the batter was ready was worked several times by Crutcher and JfwaD successful every time It made the visitors angry For Frankfort e Crutcher cracked out a beauty which was ticketed for a single but Kin Ibrough pulled it out of the sky after run with the ball Allison was out from short to first and Lew Angy then beat out one the ball slow ilyrolling along the third base lInoc Leo walked but both died a minute tl later when Right sent one to second finiIIhowled and yelled from joy as two t Fiankfort men galloped across the plfcte I In the fourth Lexington began as though they meant business Hillen r meycr hit a hard one over short and went to Second when KImbrough used hia head and sacrificed Crutcher put on a little more steam and the next Itwomen retired to the bench after failed to connect with th- easphere In that inning Frankfort Flanded one man on the grand circuit f Williams getting his second bingle but he was nailed at second when he tried to get away with that bag ItInthe fifth the first two up for the i visitors cooled the atmosphere with 3 andpt Geary then singled but Fresher fizzled FrankfGSthe national game is conducted r 1 Klosterman walked tools second on Crutchers neat sacrifice and went to third on a passed ball Allison and Lew also had comps and were passed inside and two men romped home when Sheets became rattled and did not know how to pan le Leos slow twister Right ended the Inning by striking out Crutcher pulled him self out of a hole in the sixth by fanning Sheets when two men were on bases and things looked stormy Frankfort did nothing in its half the only feature befng that Nell was caught slumbering peacefully on first after he had made a hi was nailed by Geary Lex nothing in the seventh sm usual three men came t But Frankfort did thipJ sent one to third that died well and the Frank safe Allison by quick fcV beat out a bunt Just in front of the plate and everybody moved up on LeoS single to left Geary hit Right with one of his twisters and forced in a run This left three men on the sacks and only one out Lew An germeler having fanned Then the fun happened Everybody scored on a passed ball Geary was overtanxious and let one get away from him that hit the ground in front of the plate The score board boy put up a four after this inning Lexington got one in the eight on a couple of singles Crutcher letting down some In the ninth three pass es and a hit netted them two more but it was not nearly enough Lew Anger meier pulled off a smooth trick in the eighth He was on first and Kloster man was on third Angy started to steal while the pitcher had the ball In his hand Geary saw him when he was about half way and started to throw to second to catch him Klosterman started for home and was almost there so Angy pointed out to Geary that a runner was about to get home Geary turned and threw to home to catch Klosterman and both runners were safe The crowd was unusually good for a week day and everybody came away pleased ONE MORE FOR FRANKFORT Versailles Beaten In Sundays Game By Cornells Pitching Cornells pitching was too much for the Versailles team last Sunday and Frankfort won by the closes ore of 1 to 0 It was a pitchers battle entirely both twirlers doing great work The field was so muddy that the fielding was rather a side Issue and base running was difficult so it was just as well that the pitchers did all the work Cornell the southpaw was in good trim and struck out 12 men In the first two innings he fan ned the first five men who faced him During the entire game only six Ver sailles men reached first Three of these went to second Not one went to third Two clean hits were made off Cornell and he let one man walk but the hits counted not at all one was in the fifth and the other in the ninth inning Frankfort was luckier in hitting as Cornells long single came just after another safe bingle and brought in a run the ball being difficult to field rapidly on the slow grounds The crowd was large about 1000 being out to see the playing and the street car company handled the bunch well Plenty of cars were on hand after the game and the crowd was brought to town rapidly and with no more crowding than was to have been expected when everybody tried to rIde on the rront car- FRANKFORT LOSES Frankfort lost to Lexington Thursday in that city by a scqre of 7 to 0 being outplayed as badly as was Lexington on Wednesday The Frankfort boys went to pieces after their easy victory of Wednesday and were overconfident Frankfort will play Shelby villa on Sunday on the home grounds Unlawful For Any One To Spit 0n Sidewalks The Council at its meeting on Monday night passed an ordinance mak- Ing it a misdemeanor to spit on the sidewalks of Frankfort and provIding- a fine of from 1 to 5 for any person who spits Tho ordinance is not fective fon sixty days but at the end of that time it will be enforced strict ly It Is believed that if the ordinance 1s enforced the result will be cleaner streets and loss disease Consumption is spread mainly by spitting the dry mucous containing millions of tuberculosis microbes entering the throats of well persons and giving them the disease City Judge Herndon promised the members of the Council that ho would orce the law and would begin his crusade In the council chamber where there was much spitting 1 Mexican War Veteran Dies In Ills Alle J E MILES CAME INTO WHEN HE ARRESTED Al ED GOEBEL MURDER i The man who arrested Harlan Whittaker Just after the murder of William Goebel is dead He was J MiJfltttge of the oldest men in d the last but one su Mexican war tn Miles died here lnesday morning bass but he had bee for some time s old and was HoI very man and woman Franko t I Jj When Goebel was shot there vS great excitement at the State HouseI Whittaker ran out the back of the executive offices and Mr Miles who was in the crowd saw him In spite of the fact that Whittaker was heavily armed and was thought to be a dan gerous man Mr Miles rushed upon him He caught Whittaker about the shoulders pinning the mans hands to his sides so that he could not draw this gun and held him until oth ers came to his assistance Mr Miles helped search Whittaker and found five revolvers on him Mr Miles was one of the witnesses in the Caleb Powers cases He was a soldier in the American army during the war with Mexico and served with dlstincton His record In private life was as good as in the army and he was respected by everybody He leaves five chil dren J N and Samuel Mlles and Mrs 0 Q Wright of Philadelphia Mrs Guy Emmet and Miss Alma Miles of Frankfort GOVERNOR PRESIDENT KENTUCKYS CHIEF EXECUTIVE EATS AT WHITE HOUSE WITH TEDDY Gov Willson had dinner with Presi dent Roosevelt the other night He was one of the guests at the dinner given by the President to the Gov ernors and others attending the conference of Governors of all the States which is now being held in Washington The dinner was a pre lude to the conference which is to devise some means for the conserva tion of the natural resources of the States It was the first social func tion at which the President met the Governors and probably the first dIn- ner at which that many Governors sat down to one table Gov Willson is attending this conference and ex pects to gain information which will be of benefit to the people of the State Famous Old Kentuckian Still Young In Spirit JUSTICE HARLAN CAN SHOOT AND PLAY BASEBALLMAKES THREE HITS Justice John M Harlan as a marks man and baseball player Sunday out rivaled in honors more than a score of men who had not seen the light of the day when the distinguished Ju rist entered the highest judicial cham her in the world says a Washington Harlan and a dozen other members of the judiciary were guests of the District Bar Association at its twentyfirst annual shad bake at Mar shall Hall As an agile manipulator of the wil low Justice Harlan compelled the semiprofessionals to proclaim him there with the goods despite his 75 years Two teams one coached by Justice Harlan the other by Chief Justice Peele of the Court of Claims contended for supremacy Justice Harlans team won An hour before the game Justice Harlan with shirt sleeves rolled up and the typical expression of one sfrictly on the job started to bat them out in practice a dho kept the younger ones supposed to know some thing of the game racing all over the field In three of the innings Justice Harlan went to bat for disabled play ers and made three hits Justice Harlan also triumphed in the 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FRANKFORT KENTUCKYto FOR SALE TWO FRANKLIN CO FARMS One known as Joseph Clarke Home stead located one mile from Frank fort near the Sholbyvllle pike Con tains about 115 acres including a vir gin 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 ately on the Shelbyvllle pike one mile from Frankfort This place con tains 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 am offering these farms at 100 per acre subject to tenants lease to November 1st 1908 Possession of Main House and yard at once For full particulars address CHAKL1SS J C GRANT Admr Agt 311 Garfield Bulldnig Cleveland 0 i 4r PAGE y a 1 ARf01rlfb D MARK WEARS LutE IRON While around the fireside these winter evening make your preparations for spring painting papering and house cleaning generally I carry the celebrated Green Seal palacI1908 sample books which I now have and would be pleased to send to your home A postal or call ovnr phone will bring them PRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Glass 210 Ann St FRANKFORT PAGE FOUR j Frankfort Weekly News r Entered at the postolllco at Frankfort Kentucky as secondclass mailable matter FRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY INCORPORATED A R DUNLAP Editor HUBERT VREELAND Pres and M D COYLE Secretary and Treasure TERMS 100 IN ADVANCE- ANNOUNCEMENTS i o- We are authorized to announce J CAMPBELL CANTRILL of Scot county as a candidate for Congress subject to the Democr ic convention September 3 i We are authorized to announce W P KIMBALL of Fayette county as a candidate for reelection to Congress frbm the 7th Congressional District subject to the action of the Demo cratic Convention September 3 If as the editor of the State Journal says Gov J C W Beckham ts out ol politics for good and all and Is not mak ing a fight to resume his control ol the Democratic party we would like to know why 285000 copies o4 his speech delivered at the Youngs Men s Democratic Club banquet have beer sent to Democrats of this State Who Is sending out these speeches Cer tainly it is not being done without Mr Beckhams sanction If he sanction It why does he send them out Ia that he wants the people of the State to know what he thinks of the way he was beaten or Is it that he is pla ing for the drivers seat on the Demo cratlc band wagon once more We agree with Mr Walton that the Democrats should stop fighting and get together But they are not going to get together so long as one faction is fighting another faction The story in this paper about a fight tc be made on Senator McCreary was written on the strength o3 statements made by several men who had been intimately associated with Mr Beckham The article did not state that Mr Beckham was making this fight or that he was a party to it It said a certain faction in the party wa fighting Senator McCreary Mr Walton assumes that Mr Beckham was meant as Mr Beckham has been fighting Senator McCreary We do not know what Mr Beckham has bee doing or will do not being in Mr Beckhams confidence but we do know where the story came from and know that it is accurate The state meat that Mr Beckham would decline to go to Denver as a delegate if Seater n McCreary was selected as a dele gate was a quotation from a man r who was one of Mr Beckhams managers during the fight for the Senate t last winter We presumed he had authority to speak as he made the statement In the presence of several men in the public waiting room of the depot here and has made a aim liar statement before we have been thing to do is to stop fighting and meet at the State convention notas Beckham Democrats or McCreary Democrats but as Democrats We do not think there will be any disposition on the part of anybody to oppose sending Mr to the national convention He ought to go as a delegate and will go if he t wants to But that is no reason for beating Senator McCreary if lie wants to go e a Louisvilos reform city governmen l seems to have struck a snag early i i the action Two policemen are under suspension charged with taking money from dive keepers to furnish protection for the violators o3 the law And yet DIck Knott has nothing to say That Knight and Apostlo of fair elections Richard W Knott editor of tho Evening Pest seems to bo in considerable of a hole over the city printing in Louisville The Times had called he hand and he can show only cpalr of deuces h What fs the matter with Frankfort The Red Men after finishing up their business here Wednesday night hired a special train to take them to Louis ville that night It showed a surpris ing desire to get away from Frankfort as quickly as possible They certainly were well entertained while here and the citizens treated them beenrtheyrcould not spend the night here The Fairbanks Republicans know how It feels to be run ov by a stets t d some of them have a flattened look But when the time for the election comes around the Taft crowd will be yelling lustily for Bradley to come and help them carry the State The Republicans have been able to carry Kentucky just twice and each time it was Bradley wh carried it With an antispitting ordinance properly enforced and stock pens for the sale of cattle and horses on coun ty court day that day in Frankfor would be altogether different from what is now is The spitter Is the great American evil for spitting spreads disease more than any other agency Stop spitting and the great white plague would be stopped almost entirely Marshal Bullitt is counting on his police to help him line Louisville for the Republican nominee for press dent Loulsvile will be Democratic next time though unless the Demo themselvesyThe city council has not passed that stock pen law yet It is time this question was taken up and something done to relieve the condI- tions which exist on the streets heron county court days The Optimist By A R D When the dark and gloomy cold days were the rule recently and ones was wearing an overcoat instead of negligee shirt and no vest there was one consolation Jimmie Gibbons hot apple toddles would make one forget the weather and it made the aforesaid hot apple toddles taste good 11Hot apple toddies are made some other places but after one has tasted one of Jimmies hot apple toddles one never cares for them any other place They are an Institution of which Frankfort should feel proud for It Is the only place In the world where a real hot apple toddy Is made Jimmie started making these toddies some years ago In fact he salt the other day during a discussion of a hot toddy that he had been making them for twentythree years Every man who ever served in the Legisla ture or held a place In the State House has heard of Jimmie Gibbons hot apple toddles Most of them have drunk one or more of those same toddies Some of them have never drunk a tody because they never have drunk anything In that line being what you might call teetotlers But they will never know what they have missed Jimmie buys apples of a cer tain size and kind for these toddies and the apples must all be the same hemsays This Is the first thing to get the right kind of apples After that Jimmie does the mixing What puts into the toddy and how ho heI it Isn secret that Jimmlo only knOWSI They tell several stories Jimmies about the toddies One man saidnThis Is food house rent and rain ment Ho wag enthusiastic but not more enthusiastic than a newspaper man who came down one day from Cincinnati It was a cold day and ho needed something to warm up his blood after he had finished business Ho said to the Frankfort man who was showing him nbout I have heard a lot about hot apple toddies but I never tasted one that was good Is there any place in Frankfort where they make them and make them right The only place In the world where they make them right Is here In Frankfort replied the native who was informed as to the adiitnges 6f Frankfort So they went to Jlmm ad had a hot apple toddy another ane and UK Thats the best drh It is great Lets have So they had another fort man then said o up to the hotel and see g Not for me said t nunti man I am not going t e here Illlglthis to catch the train He e train but with some dll ad Is still talking abou 1110 toddles Once a yule famom nd wet es Finally ose to trati me and one of n suggested that they would o catch the trainTo with the tn he crowd replied with a shout re are other trains but no other where we can get these things er go And the train went The girt the next one Hot apple toddies are good only when the weather is cold and one is enough for a time The only regret tootwarm for Jimmies hot apple toddles Speaking of hot apple todies and Jim mles it Is appropriate to say just here that if all saloons were run as Jimmie Gibbons runs his all the present agitation against saloons would not exist for it is a high class place where one does not get drunk but where one takes a drink There is a wide difference The Optimist went to church the other day The pastor o that hieplace was taken by another minister who talked at length In fact he talked for just one hour and five min utes over After he had finally fin Ished the pastor of the church arose and announced the last hymn Hi then said The congregation will stand dur ing the hymn We have been sitting for a long time The congregation agreed heartily that It had been a long time Speaking of churches reminds one of the story which is told about a certain deacon who used to dally with the pasteboards to some extent He was sleeping sweetly in church one day when the minister finished his sermon and said We will now conclude with prayer Will Brother Brown please lead It is not my lead I Just dealt re plied Brother Brown sitting up with a start What man out West abbout whom The Optimist wrote about last week has received his whisky The last shipment reached him all right and he knows now that Kentuckys reputa tion for good liquor is not over esti mated He had his troubles getting it but has decided that the wait was worth while and the Frankfort man who sent him the whisky has re ceived a letter of thanks which was some effusive The express company feels relieved and everybody is now happy Thomas P Brown has a hen that breaks all records for hardi and conscientious work The hen is now engaged in the chicken raising indus supplyIngI caIseer as a chicken some weeks ago and hatched out a brood o chickens after the usual course of time Most hens would have been contented with ths but not this hen She moth cred tho chicks but did not neglect othor things while she was doing this EJvery day sho would leave the chickens go off to her nost and lav an egg and then go back to attend to her family When sho had eggs enough the first hatch of chicks were ablo to root for themselves fairly well and sho left thorn to their own devises and began to sot on her seconds sitting of eggs Thero wore l i d 1iii SATURDAY BargainspAwaits the coming of careful buyerIII inexorable law of this store they must go in their season Itr JevenIngsand stayaJM tter where you are the need of a wool suit intkly felt Not a his salt but has formed part of our regularIstocktifps being the left over sizes of selling st o this sale with your mind made up bestIjcure some 1500 Suits 998 3000 Suits go for 2350 2200 Suits go 1725 3500 Suits go for 2850 11 2500 Suits go for 1895 4000 Suits go for 3150IG KAGIIST BRO fll Cool Airy Shady Private AND THEY LAST FOR YEARS VudorPatented REENFORCEDHAMMOCKS Vucto PORCH SHADES LAtfN FURNITURE Exclusive Agency For Old Hickory Furniture ALSO LAWN SWINGS GEORGE fi STEHLIN FURNITURE AND CARPETS to hatched some fourteen fine chicks after three weeks and the old hen Is now attending to their wants while sho lays eggs for another sitting She has two broods of chickens now and a third one to come along soon but tho first brood are only about six weeks old and tho second only a few days old Thero is talk of recommend ing the hen to Roosevelt and asking a medal for h- er1ijl1iI1jIl MAY 16 1908 our for 1 Commands Attention I I 1 1PLACE j ERECTOR AS WELL ON ACCOUNT OF THE SUPERIORIY IAND FINISH OF EACH ARTICLE WE BELIEVE IN THE BEST OF EVERYTHING WHEN IT COMES TO ERECTING A RESIDENCE OR STORE ROOM JUST AS GOOD WONT DO BEAR IN MIND J THAT WE CAN FURNISH YOUR HOUSE FROM CELLAR TO GAR RET WOULD LIKE TO TALK BUILDING TO YOU jtCAPITAL LUMBER Incorporated MANUFACTURING CO I J Both onesfKENTUGKYJ r SCREEN J f1 Your Home NowtBEFO- RE i THE FLIES AND INSECTS GET BUSY t WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWSI IAT PRICES WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERYONE i THEtWHY NOT BEAUTIFY YOUR LAWN BY KEEPING GRASS CUTWE HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OFiLawn MowersEV- ER tSHOWN IN THE CITY AT PRICES FROM 300 TO 1400 t J ALSO AGENTS FORrNorth Star Refrigerators Sherwin Williams PaintQhWE SOLICIT YOUR PHONE ORDERS AND MAKE PROMPT DELIVERY JI R0COIncorporated = X Both Phones 16 MAIN STREETiU ca Subscribe ore News 100 per year and get a knife lid IrSATURDAY MAY 10 1908 INEWS ITEMS FOR THE WEEKII Itr l FARMERS k ir SocietyJ INFORMAL DINNER Miss Mary Mason Scott entertained beautlfullly but informallyWednesday in honor of her guests Mrs and Miss Splllman Mrs George A Carpenter and Mr James G Dudley of Chicagoan J Mr and Mrs Geo F Berry The decorations were In La France roses and ferns and a dinner of seven courses wts served the guests r TO TOUR EUROPE Mrs George If Chinn of this city in company with Mrs John Davey 1k Mrs Robert Davey of Clear Water Florida Mrs J C Starr and Mary r Starr of Rockport HI leave on the Continental trip30 for a Mt The party will sail on the Steamer Konlgln Luise and their Itlneary in eludes Italy Switzerland Germany Austria Holland Belgium England and France MISS BAQUIE LEAVES Miss Baqule of New Orleans Wh vlias been a visitor here for several i months at Mrs Quintells left yes dL terday for her home She had ex- Pected to remain here for several weeks longer but was called home- entertainedunexpectedly She was eveningi4 informally her close friends here be 1Ing invited to tell her goodbye She made a great many warm friends rhere and her sudden departure was IIS regretted HANDSOME LUNCHEON r rMr and Mrs Jno W Rodman entertained at luncheon In honor of r Mr and Mrs Chas Munch of Los Angeles California and Mr and Mrs i Joseph Van Meter of LoulavUle t Those seated at the table were Mr and Mrs Charles Munch Mr and Mrs Van Meter Mr and Mrs JnoJ RodmanlThe decorations were fieur de H8 It tBonbons to match t J Mr and Mrs Chas Munch and Mr Joseph Munch wore the guests Wof Mr and Mrs Jno W Rodman Tuesday for the day They are tour flng through automobile Kentucky In their hand l jf WOMANS CLUB i j 11The Womans Club held Its last fmeetlng of the season on Monday i May 11th at the residence oP Miss fiLutlo Ware Mrs C R Hudson read 1 n paper of French Lyric Poets of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries with readings from their works t Mrs Cromwell gave a review I ijt reign of Louis XIV olectcdI IfIsa Rebecca Averlll was as delegate from this club to the Stato h fmax Federation mooting at Paducah r Miss South was chosen as alter i jnatei rThIs closes a most active and suc cossful seasons work of the club fI jtThe subject of French literature will hn coaotinned for next years study- RICHARDSRIVES A dispatch to tho Couricr Journal 11ITenn of the marriage of Mrs Salllo iI McDanol Richardson and Senator Frank Rives lTho devotion of tho handsome cou plo wa swell known but oven tho most intimate friends wore unaware that they woro to be Joined in wed jt Ii A SPECIAL OFFERING IN LADIES TAILORED SUITS NOBBY STYLES SPLENDID VALUES AT 1500 AND 2000SILKS IN NEAT CHECKS SPEC IAL 50c- WOOL SUITINGS IN LIGHT SPRING MIXTURES OR STRIPED EFFECTS WORTH 100 YD SPECIAL 69c J TAN SILK GLOVES AND HOS CORRECT LEEATHER SHADES MATCH THE OXFORDS MATTINGS PRETTY CARPE SIGNS SPECIAL 25c MATINGS NEAT CHECKS SPECIAL 15c ROOM SIZE RUGS SPECIAL 10 15 4ND 2250 LACE CURTAINS SPLENDID VAL UES 150 300 AND 500 lock at an early date Senator land Mrs Richards quietly left th city on the Dixie Flyer over the L N railroad and were married shortly after 5 oclock at Vauxhall Flats In Nashville In the apartments or Mr and Mrs W L Morrison The ceremony was performed by the Rev Dr Byrd a Methodist minister The couple will return to Hopkinsville the latter part of this week The bride Is a lovely and accom plised young woman and Senator Rives Is a prominent Kentucky law yer and one of tine most Influential members of the State Senate CROWFEAMSTER Miss Lettie Craig Crow and Mr James W Feamster were married here at noon Wednesday at the South ern Presbyterian church the ceremony being performed by the brides brother the Rev Dr William Crow proo fusely decorated with potted plants green and white blossoms The wed ding was simple the only attendants being Miss Mary Swigert Hendrick 1and Dr John H Feamster a brother of the bridegroom The ushers were Dr George Green of Danville James Montgomery Buford Hendrick and Steele Redding of Frankfort The bride wore a white mull gown with a white hat and the brides maid was at tired In pink Mr and Mrs Feamster left In the afternoon for an extended bridal trip after which they will return to Frankfort for tho present atIleast The bride has made her home here for several years but she was born and reared In Richmond Mr Feamster Is a civil engineer and has met with great success In his profes sionThose attending the wedding from out of town were Mrs Elizabeth Crowe and daughter Miss Ruth Crow of Richmond mother and sister of the bride Mr and Mrs Robert Crow of Beattyvllle Dr and Mrs McFerren Crow and their daughter Miss Elizat beth of Versailles Mrs Russell ley of Versailles Mrs Mary Pattle Oldham of Rlcmond Mr and Mrs George McLeod of Versailles Mrs Daniel Swigert Combs of Lexington IIHuntMrs J W Roberts and daughters LeXlngjton PERSONALS Mrs A D Martin has returned from a visit to Louisville IIsonren were In Lebanon this week the guests of relatives After an absence of thirty odd years Mr Ed J Guln o Blade Dla mond Cal returned last Saturday LIko the majority of young men who loft Frankfort early In life ho has made good in his adopted home both financially and domestically bavins secured a true and loving wlfo and Is now blessed with four splendid children Mr Quln will remain In this city and county vstng relatives for quite a month Mrs J1 Saffoll Is tho guest of Miss SUSIO Berryman in Louisville Mrs L P Thompson is visiting her ton French Thompson at Chattanooga 1 l C A Fish was In Louisville IDrweek and Mrs Lewis Welsenburg are visiting friends at Spring Gallon was i s weekuMrs Sally Jones Is the guest of son Mr Church Jones in LouIs Mrs Cecil Farmer has retu from a visit to relatives at Danvin Mrs Jennie Caldwell is the guest of her mother at New Albany The Rev Dr L T Minish was In Louisville this week Mrs Sue B Berryman and daugh will Monday for Monterey feoln Major and Mrs L Armstrong of Gra ill arrive next tue est of Mrs Jno Castleman and hi da utsville were In Frank onIthrough from Louisville Gen Castle man says he does not care for an automobile and his touring car Is drawn by four sound legs Miss Katherine Coleman and Flora South left yesterday to attend th Commencement exercises of the slon school at Hazel Green Ky Dr Ben Bruner Secretary of State GraysonIsev eral days there Mr McKenzie Todd Secretary to Gov Willson went to Louisville yesterday for a brief vacation before Gov Willson returns from the East- Mrs Jno R Parker of New York and Miss Marie Sanford of New Cas tie are visiting Mrs Jno D Carroll returnedeMrs Oldham of Richmond Is visit ing her aunt Miss Lucy Pattie Miss Alice Farmer left Wednesday to visit Miss Martha Farmer In Wal nut Hills Cincinnati Mrs Geo Watson of St Louis is visiting relatives In the city Mr P M Shy has taken a house on Campbell street has moved his family here Mrs Elmer Vreeland has returned from a visit to Mr Graham Vreeland In LouisvilleMr Farmer of Louisville IsI visiting Mr Will Farmer Mr A D Jett has accepted a posi tion with C L Hays Lumber Co in LouisvilleMrs Posey and Mrs Al bert Posey will entertain the Lofting Club at three oclock next Wednes day afternoon at the home of Mrs Horace Posey Mrs Russell Rodman and Mrs Hu bert Vreeland will entertain the Lofting Club Wednesday June 3rd Mrs Wm Cromwell will give a house party to her niece Miss Marie Wilkins In the early part of June Mr Percy E Hoge has returned from Philadelphia and Atlantic City Mr Hook Gray who has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs F V Gray left Thursday for his home In Mary Mason Scott entertained Tuesday evening In honor of Mrs George Carpenter Mrs Spillman and Mr James Dudley of Chicago Miss McGill left yesterday for Owensboro to attend the funeral of her aunt BELOVED WOMAN Miss Laura Craddock Dies In Washington Miss Laura Craddock who was one of the best known of the older resi of Frankfort died in Washing on City last Monday at the home whereISlnce dovotedIington and services were held there By her request special services were held here Wednesday In the little chapel on the hill by the Rev A B Chinn where tho grave was surrounded by the friends of her childhood During her long illness she was sus tamed by her bright filth The pallbearers were Cabbell Bullock Dr Al Blackburn John Rodman Arch Overton Judge Hobson Ira Julian Lampton Price Judge Herndon Joe Rodman Jr Mrs Madeline Bridgoford and Mrs Lilllo Hempsead of Louisville MaJ and Mrs James Blackburn of Wash ington D C Mrs Wm Gridor nee Miss Lucy Sayre of Richmond Mr Tom Craddock of Anderson county Mr James Blackburn Spring Sta tier and Dr Alfred Blackburn of Versailles were those present from- a distance who attended tho funeral It is a pity to see a person neglect Indications of kidney or bladder troll blO that may result In Brights disease when Foloys Kidney Remedy will correct Irregularities and strengthen those organs Take Foleys Kidney Remedy at tho first sign of danger For sale by all druggists Will Lecture On Travels In Europe la one of the most of general culture isands of Americans i year millions are des t to leave their native she Wla of bringing foreign accuses rlcs of art to the view of tpe s of the people Dr of Central seYlaney a series of of Eu and Art et st Interesting of these BlaneysChapel on next m under the Club Tirladles wlW fcjt the club as Rnesses of the tore Mrs Wn ted Mrs D W LIndsey Mrs J OWjth Mrs E E Hume Mrs Euge Hoge Mrs Joseph Bai eley Mrs fjfge Baker Mrs H S Keller Mn3 George Berry Mrs R K McClun Mrs Chapman Coleman Mrs J B Hjjndrlck Miss Margery Dudley Mrs win Saffell Miss Chris tine Reynolds Miss Mary Mason Scott Mrs W E Settle Mrs J S Collins Mrs Charles Saffell and Mrs Edmund Rodman The price of admission is 50 cents and 25 cents Tickets are being sold by Wm Simpson Edwin Lindsey Alexander Gayle and William Averlll Rally Day Sunday At Methodist Church Sunday is to be observed as a Rally Day at the Methodist Church It Is desired that all the members and friends of the church especially the men and boys be present at the 11 oclock service Sunday morning 17th Some members have not been present during the present pastorate This call is made therefore hoping- to reach a large number at this particular service Sunday School at 945 Epworth League at 700 p m led by Prof J P Culbertson Preaching at 745 p m It Is desired to make the whole day one of especial interest in all department of church work Williams Favors Eastern Man For Second Place John Sharp Williams Democratic leader In the House has come out for a New York man for the vice presidency In case the Denver convention nominates a Western or Southern man for the first place on the ticket Francis Burton Harrison Is Williams choice in such a contingency and he gave out a statement to day in which he declared that the fact that Mr Harrisons father was secretary to the President of the Confederacy would endear him to every Southerner while his great ability was well known rr Capt Jackson Morris Is Now a Lawyer Capt Jackson Morris assistant Secretary of State was sworn In as- a member o the bar before the Court of Appeals on Thursday Ho stood his examination for license to prac andiore Morris was graduated a year ago at a law school In Washington City but had never been admitted to practice being busily engaged In other kings PERSONAL- If any person suspects that their kidneys ire deranged they should take Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and not risk having Brlghts disease or diabetes Delay gives the disease a stronger foothold and you should not dolay taking Foleys Kidney Remedy For sale by all druggists C Notice To Chicken Raisers RocoV 4U44 curoa Cholera Roup Gapes Conker and Limbcrneck Price 50 cents No cure no pay Guaranteed by McKoQ Hardie and J W Gayle drug Iste 5 Srm j i FIVE V w WEITZELS Skirt Sale LOT DUCK DRESS SKIRTS BLUE AND AND BLACK ONLY 8c j s LOT HETHERBLOOM UNDERSKIRTS BLACK AND STRIPES 98c LOT SILK UNDERSKIRTS ALL COLORS a ONLY 398 LOT MUSLIN UNDERSKIRTS DEFEND ER BRAND ONLY 98c LOT DRESS SKIRTS BLACK AND COL ORS WORTH 650 ONLY 498 LOT WASH GINGHAM UNDERSKIRTS ONLY SOc If You Buy ThemOF SELBERT THEY ARE THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN SECURE NICEST AND BEST LINE OF Watches Diamonds and CutGIass r TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY OF FRANKFORT M A SELBERT JEWELER c4T S If You Buy at Selberts Its Good WhyNotBe Uptodate and wear a pair ofthose stylish AMerican GeiltieMell SlioeS 350 4 and 5 r SOLD BY BRADY BROST- HE SHOE MAKERS ADVERTISED LETTER LIST The following is a list of letters remaining In tho Franfort Postofllco for tho week ending May 16 1908 Bennett Mrs Bland Mrs Aannie Brown Fannie Childs Mrs Lena Clemens Miss Margery Clifton Pall Cohran Mrs Ella Coons Mrs Alice S Deutsche Consulate Dehcvon BurrellIDenny Mra Charlie Freeman Margaret Gazaway John Grimm Joseph Hampton LA Hansford Smith Hawkins Leonard Harrod Mrs Lucy P r Hutchinson C G l PAGE Hutehinson G AfIHutchinson T Lankfbrt Mrs Margaret Lewis Mrsrr Martin Miss Alice Martin Dr Ward H Mobloy W H Morrison Nauget Principal Franklin Institutel Purkius Miss Annie 1ReayRush Miss Mary tSmallwoodSullivan Y M t Uiishor N A 1 Wiley D G H Williams James Wyatt Charlie Yount FredIAny ono calling for theso lettait will please say advertised- G ll Bnt r PAGE SIX rEAR ROOSEVELT Republican Leaders Afraid Of Break to Him Prepare Their Plans So As To Rush Things Through Wont M To Be Nominated 1OnFirst Ballot STAMPEDE WOULD RUIN SCHEME tiRepubIfcan leaders In Congress are now working earnestly on a plan t to prevent any break at the Chicago t Convention that might disrupt party harmony and endanger defeat at the polls In November says a Washington l dispatch to the CourierJournal Con ferencea have been held at both ends of the Capitol among such men as Senators Aldrich Hale Allison and Crane and Representatives Payne and Sherman of New York Tawney of Minnesota Jenkins tof Wisconsin and Smith of Iowa In fact meetings of small groups from this list have been of almost dally occurrence for more than a week They have been directed to one enda nomination on the first ballot by which they mean Wm H Taft While no definite re tsuIt has been reached they believe 4 their efforts will be successful Most of the men figuring prominently in this movement were numbered against Taft early in the campaign but party policy and the necessity for harmony which have been mani fest in Republican ranks since the disastrous results of the BlaineConk ling feud lave weakened a demand that personal desires be subordinated to the will of the majority That the efforts of the group of leaders back of the harmony movement have not been barren of results is indicated by conferenceas Senators Hemenway Penrose Cul loin Hopkins and Depew and Representatives Parsons and Vreeland of IlliInoise Burke Dalzell of nia Watson and Landis of Indiana and others who are backing the can didacies of Vice President Fairbanks Speaker Cannon Senator Knox or Qov Hughes The Roosevelt Sentiment f No attempt is made to disguise the fact that the real Impetus to such a concerted movement in the interest of Secretary Taft is the refusal of Roosevelt sentiment to be snuffed out and the danger of such sentiment r spreading to an extent that might be difficult of control at Chicago At i the same time it la said the move- rment is not hostile to President who admittedly occupies the position of command in the Taft r rJi forces He has made it perfectly l plain that nothing can come of the re newed calls for his renomlnation which have been made In Texas Utah l and California as he is prepared to reject any proffer o3 support no mat tL ter how extended The uttermost limit of endeavor of a the Republican leaders who are striv i ing to harmonize party differences r is to eliminate all candidates for the nomination except Secretary Taft but thercandidates readily will agree to this proposition Supporters of Senator Knox particularly are said to oppose the plan and one of the other candi dates is holding out strongly that there is no Immediate demand for agreement At the same time there are leaders in Illinois Indiana Penn ir sylavnia and New York who are parties to the movement with the knowl edge of the favorite son candidate from those States Fearful of Third Term Stam- pedeHThe selection of Secretary Taft as Senator Campbell Pays State hi Full Senator J Wheeler Campbell has received a receipt from the State for payment in full of the 1000 which he collected from the Illinois Central railroad at the time of the encampment of the State troops at Paducah The full amout has been paid into the State Treasury and Senator Camp r bell now owes the State nothing He held the money pending the settle ment of the question to whom the money should be paid When this was determined Senator Campbell prompt ly turned over tho money to the Auditor l 1j the beneficiary of harmony action is made because of the fact that It is the only candidate who has sufficient instructed votes to promise an early nomination The argument of the har mony faction Is that If Taft should fail to secure the nomination on the first ballot and the allies were able to hold out against him It would mean a conventon contest of many ballots These leaders have little doubt that In sudh a contingency the Roosevelt third term sentiment would threaten a stampede and though they have lit tie doubt that the President would not hesitate to squelch any proposi tion looking to his renomination the effect of such a stamped can only Bim The possimtrdire reo suits upo rhe campaign for the elec tion of the candidate whoever he maybe is one of the arguments used to draw the socalled allies into the harmony programme Republican leadsr concede that their majority in the House is likely to be materially reduced at the fall elec tion and they fear that unless the faction are brought together before the Chicago Convention they might lose their majarlty altogether IeBoom Gov Willson For Vicepresident NEW YORK REPUBLICANS THINK HE WOULD MAKE GOOD RUN NING MATE FOR TAFT According to the Presidents friends In New York State the vie presiden tial nomination may go to Gov Will son of Kentucky or to a Republican west of Missouri river Gov Willson it is known has been very seriously considered in adminis tration circles at Washington but a good many of the Presidents coun sellors have the Idea that he wants a far western man nominated for the vice presidency Mends of the President who have consulted with him on this subject said today that no vice presidential candidate had ever been selected from the great States west of the Missouri river that the President was deeply impressed with this fact and that George A Knight of California would be an Ideal candidate The Roosevelt Republicans said that the President has gone over the list of Vice Presidents since the foun dation of the Government and has been impressed with the notion that the vice presidential candidate should come from west of the Missouri rrive Big Diamond Ring On- Skeletons Finger GREWSOME FINE IN DANVILLE THAT MAY TURN UP MURDER NO CLEW YET While excavating for a large busi ness house on the property of RJich ary Morrissy on Main street in Dan vine the workmen uncovered a hUt man skeleton on the third finger of the right hand of which was a large diamond ring This lot has been vacant as long as the oldest resident can remember and as it was never used as a burying ground Mr Morrissy is unable to un derstand why the body was buried body was incased with a kind of brick tunnel but there was no evi dence of a coffin of any kind A care ful examination disclosed the fact that the bones composing the neck 3were dislocated which leads to the supposition that the person was the victim of foul play and came to a violent end and was put away in a past generation Mr Morrissy has owned the property a short time only Eagles Institute i ew- FRANKFORT Lodge at Paris i AERIE PERFORMS CEREMONIES BIG CRWD FROM HERE The Institution of the Paris Lodge of Eagles took plaoe Monday night in the Elks building with Judge J H Polsgrove of Franklin county as man ter of ceremonies Eightythree mem bers were initiated while Paul Han ley George Duval George D Speaks and John Maher were candidates for degree work which was very elabo rately carried out by the degree team of the Lexington Lodge Visiting Eagles from Frankfort Lexington and Maysville Including Circuit Clerk Bef Marshall of Franklin county and Wallace Muir of Lexington were present Mayor James OBrien was elected Worthy Bresident of the lodge After the installation of officers and the conferring of the secret work a sumptuous luncheon was served STRANGERS HOMEI YMCAFH1 YalYi Many Lone GIVES THEM PL NE EVENING WITH U a The stenograi of in a southern city said er Mr Cummer whd man like me find 1wand prafltable place g win ter evenings Don aske ployer as good aa liHHRiford It wouwrdo to sleep in K miss my good old home and m Br this was his first experience amoK strangers I have hunted this plifl over for a respectable place t spend a fei hours between supper and bedtime and I cant find one I have tried the hotels barber shops and stores but Im not wanted The bowling alley will do one or two hours a week There is only one place that makes It a business to welcome boys that Is the saloon There we find sum cleat comfort for the body but not for the soul Why dont the good people of this fine progressive city do some thing for the boys and young men In what way asked the employer Why by making men of them Can saloons properly educate us in lines of good citizenship Can they make us manly strong and fit husbands for the daughters of Jacksonville Are not the good people neglecting something We want a gymnasium swim ming pool baths game rooms classrooms all under the management of competent instructors His employer answered- I see you want a Young Mens Christians Association Then you shall have it This employer at once began an In vestigation of associations in other cites with this result From observation I found that in general progressive cities had a Y M C A The larger the building bull on modern plans and well equiuued followed by heavy membership the better and more wide awake the cityMr Cummer gave to the Jackson vine Fla building 30000 and said it pays There are two questions which are being asked by many citizens of Frankfort following the announcement that a one dollar campaign is to be inaugurated soon to wipe out a debt The questions are natural ones and are why is It necessary for a city the size of this to have a Young Mens Christian Association and sec ond why is it not self supporting- To thesd questions the press committee In charge of this campaign have asked a member of the associa tion to give an answer In answer to the first question the objects of the Association should be first stated by giving the Paris basis adopted in 1865 The Young Mens Christian Associations seek to unite those young men who regarding Jesus Christ as their God and Savior according to the Holy Scriptures de sire to be his disciples in their doctrine and in their life and to associate their efforts for the extension of His Kingdom among young men It Is clearly evident from such a basis which has been affirmed again and again that the work of the as sociation is distinctly religious To the public It appears that the reli gious work Is almost lost sight of and the socalled secular work But religious work is necessarily quiet and can not be blazoned and advertised as for Instance physical activities Nevertheless the religious work is predominant in the mind of practically every association official and every policy Therefore whenever there Is a young man the influence of such an organization is needed for no matter how Isolated a young man may be he Is not without temp talon and wherever there Is a group of young men the need Is greater the larger the group the greater the needSThe objects of this organization being to properly relate young men to Jesus Christ and the fellow menu there is not a hamlet where the need does not exist In a city the size of this there are perhaps two thousand young men between the ages of 16 and 30 many of whom are away from home and home restraints such an organization is imperative for where is one to spend his spare moments securely sheltered from the alluring temptations of vicloHS resorts unless- a retreat be provided The average membership of the Frankfort Association the year is 250 upwards of 60 of these roundI men spend a part of the day or Ing ilthin the Association enjoying more or its various activities worth while President Robse t in substance said of the Asso tion that It Is worth all the ney and effort expended if It did oUting else than offer a retreat where after night four young men could assemble amid wholesome sur roundingsThe in Frankfort could double its membership and treble Its daily attendance If t quarters were prov of the writer the rest upon the You Association to pro Frankfort when i proven Its worth th as it should rest prove its uselessness ppMHVCthcr organization can accomplish what the Association can- Answering the second question Why is it not selfsupporting we must say that the annual membership fee would necessarily have to be 15 instead of 6 as at present and the minimum number must be 200 Mani festly at 15 we would lose a great many worthy young men who would not be able to pay the membership fee The price must be made low enough to admit any young man de siring to become a member or the very purpose oJ the organization would be defeated it were made self sustaining It would soon become a rich mans club One of the strong holds of the also ciation is that it breaks down class distinction and quibbling over the differences in creed All young men meet upon a common basis As a mere business proposition a business man can ill afford to refrain from encouraging and supporting the only organization In the city that every week day and night in the year offers the only moral restraint and uplift ing influence to the young men to whom he must commit the major part of his business interest- sGOVERNORS MASCOT Fox Terrier Dog Spends Time In Executive Office PERSISTENT AND INDEFATIGABLE HUNTER FOR RATS NEVER GIVES UP CHASE The Governor has a mascott It is a fox terrier of good breeding and a surpassing propensity for rats The dog hta qualities that might be em ulated by men for he has persistency developed to the highest degree The stops until he gets the rat or Is for cibly pulled off the chase by some per son The other day thq dog which now spends all of his time In the general reception room Just outside the Gov ernors private office chased a rat under a bookcase The case happened to be securely fastened to the wall and there was not enough space for the animal to get under after the rat This did not deter Billy which is the dogs name from trying to get that rat He spent the entire day there finally being reduced to licking the doors of the bookcase and beg gins everybody who passed to help him get the rat The dog belongs to one of the Jan itors about the building Jim Cole man who was a messenger for J C W Beckham during the seven years the latter was Governor Gov Will son likes Billy and all the men In the Governors office help him hunt rats The old State House Is simply alive with rats and they go chasing across the floor at any and all times At night they have a lovely time and vade every part of the office The rats and Billy are at constant war and the dog Is never happier than when he is allowed to come into the office and hunt for rats When he finds one it Is all off with the rat DogJLaw a 9nPlace On Committee ED CROAN IS CANDIDATE FOR DEMOCRATIC STATE CEN TRAL PLACE Ed Groan of Bullitt county Is al candidate for Democratic State Cen tral Committeeman in the Fourth Con gressional district to succeed Dr Milton Board Mr Groan has twice rep resented this county in the LegIsla- ture Mr Croan is the author of the dog tax law and is the man who put that measure through the Legislature II YOUR BELTING SATURDAY YOUR MACHINES = IJ ITHE CAPITAL FOUNDRY MACHINE COII CAN FIX IT 0 Holmes Street Both Phones y MOTORSI typewriter user always expects more and better service from the RemingtonTypewriter than from any other writing machine He has reason to right to and want him to Remington Typewriter Company Incorporated New York and Everywhere 426 4th Avenue Louisville Ky REAL ESTAfTE ASK US S IIf you want to sell your Business or Real Estate FOR CASH t C No matter where located you want to buy sell or exchange any kind of Business or Real Estate we can please you C We can secure you quarter sections of Choice Government Lands for a small fee R- oC We have a number of excellent Bargains in City Residences r f C Renting collecting and care of property aispecialty C Insurance placedjwithjbest companies C Loans negotiated C Give us a call CAPITAL REAL ESTATE coiOFFICE OVER WEITZELS STORE BOTH PHONES WATCH THIS SPACE FOR BARGAINS 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 prepaid a firstclass two b aded pocket knife This offer lasts until July 1 1908 4 We are presenting to the public the llvest weekly paper In the State and wo have started on a campaign to double our circulation Help usac complish this end e If you want a firstclass twobladed knife subscribe for the Weekly News and pay one year in advance and we will give you one absolutely free Call and see these knives MAY 16190 8 I The a we if PREPARATORY SCHOOL Miss Bertha Scott has secured the cervices of Miss Catherine Ebul IIIIgraduate of Wellesley College and oxIpoets to have a high grade preparatov fJry school in Frankfort The course ji will bo four years and embraces the subjects taught in the regular col ff logo course being a liberal education in itself Miss Emmie Scott will assist OJ In the primary and dntermed1atel courses a There is a bright spot In the career tiof any business man when he comesdto realize that there is no medium for extending his trade than 1 t good advertising We make business 1 building printing a study and can tur fish the best j ATURDAY MAY 16 1908St1AYGRENT n f rThe man with smsHHIKpital workes has fromjftime triedihardl paidI r every have solved the problem for you i we will sell a home for small IIi you a very amount of cash down and the balance in small monthly payments Instead of paying lit rent you are for a place you can shortly call YOUR HOME Think this matter over carefully and then call on us and we will gladly explain to you our plan in detailI to L SMITH WALLACEa JAt l tDEFINITE PLANS 4i FOR NEW CAPITOL Hi Will Be Made Monday By GommissionIWr t Question of Architect To Be 11TheoNUCI DONE t Definite plans for the completion of byfwhich will be held next Monday at iwWch time the question of an archl v1tect will be considered It has practically decided that an architectr will be employed to build the power lightinIthat will require the services of an architect An electrical engineer will be employed to superintend the Instal anon of the electric machinery aqd a landscape gardener who has al ready been engaged will lay out th groundsThe commission Itself will attend to the furnishing of the building Qov Willson Will be In Frankfort i time for the meeting next Monday IIf will take up with the other memo tbels o3 the commission the questions presentedi in the bu4Mia hasfIlI Jt Is probable that this will not b matfuleIhalls and some of the rooms and 8 this will require some time With the exception of the floors the build 1Ing will be ready by June 1 One that is to be taken up at once jIs the grading of the grounds around theqthe entrance It is hoped to have this done during the summer The commission Is figuring now on rbding able to occupy the building by January 1 although there Is some ir doubt about this on account of the t necessity for a power plant and heat ing apparatus before the offices ca be will be a complete wate- works plant in connection with the Capitol and the water will be sup plied directly instead of being from the city mains There are to nels from the building to the propene location of the conduits and ppe will toe run Nothing lion been said about the dedication of the building yet but this will be taken up when it is definitely known on What da the building can be occupied Dr E E Hume Talks To Railway Surgeons EMERGENCY HOSPITAL IN EVERY RAILWAY DEPOT TO HANDLE PATIENTS Dr E E Hume Mayor of Frank Ketdelivered an address to the a Leulsvillta Lion Dr C A Fish who Is tt tnemb of the association also attended The banquet In the auditorium roc garden of The See bach was most e theethe banquet board they as sembled in an adjoining room hoard the annual address of Dr E associationDr Hume said that the growth of t a anssociation resultsad from the organization He said that haEabesre the injured could be operated on im saideIn many instances Immedate operation would save costs and damages Dr Hume also aaldi that the incur should be made to feel that the pb sician was his friend and not hisJ enemy because he was a railroad sur geon The patient should be made to understand that the railroads had no more privileges than he but at t same time the railroads had certain address was short and prac cal In every sense of the word Dr Hume precsided at the baaqu which began at 9 oclock The menu was most appetizing and highly en joyed by the gu- estsiiiiiiiiJlf j BURtEYr Keiltuckyn dsoarCOMMISSIONER OF AGRICUL YTURES REPORTS SHOW HOW MUCH IS PLANTED Reports from many counties in the reIof Agricul ture M C Rankin and show what raisedIhave not meads any report The fol lowing counties have made reports showing the amount of tobacco which will be grown Anderson 5 per cent sownacentnsowna10 per cent eBracken no plant beds sown centerno plant beds sown sownfsown Lincoln no plant beds sown centE sown centhsowndPendelton 3 per cent sownveScott no plant beds sown Many other counties in the Bur reoItobaccoyn Mason Woodford Gallatln and Bracken heCOLDS THAT HANG ON springtiseriousetIt quickly stops the cough and expels the cold It Is safe and certain in results For sale by all druggists CAPITAL HOTEL E L WEITZEL MANAGER Special attention given to the transfer of baggage Use either phone Oldest and best hostelry in the city L PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR C A FISHPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OfficeTodd Building at St Clalr Street Bridge BOTH PHONES 427 Liquors and Where to Buy Them The Pure Food Law will not affect us We always did butStraightGEO UfBmR 45 SU CiaI day o Mta i live will ort b S 6ia goose- as lIyou ere Yes my child if you dontIADVERTISE YOUR EGGS in the Poultry Department of the JOURNn Louisville Ky Wo will call and show you samples- of any kind of printing Use either phone No 11 iUThose who have given our printing a trial have been pleased and gratlj fled Some of our customers ctyIthe f PAGE llEvaNijt paying coattr 4 Perkins TransferCoAll Moving Household Goods Freight Bag gage c PRINCIPAL OFFICE DEPOTI W it G S l N xt Week1 GOODSINDIA121zINDIAPERSIAN LAWN 20 FOR 15 BATISTES 25 FOR 20 FOR HAVEFRENCHPRINCESS MUSLINS THE SHEEREST s GOODS SHOWN4fPOSITIVELYTHE a MISSSEEING1000 YDS VANENCINNES LACES VALUES 6V2 7J2 AND 10 h FOR 5c THIS SALE EXCLUSIVELY F f4 J HEENEY J- SiC r WAGE EIGHT f1PJ fiROCERY QUALITY AND PRICES r The Higher The Quality The Lower The Prices ft WE MEAN THAT ON REALLY SUPEREXCELLENT r GROCERIES OUR PRICES ARE CONSIDERABLY LOWER THAN WHAT YOULL FIND IN OTHER STORES IN FACT THE MAJORITY OF THE GROCERIES WE CARRY ARE NOT TO BE FOUND IN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN AT ANY PRICE THEYRE TOO FINE TO FIND READY SALE IN ORDINARY STORES TH SAWUV WE MAKE PECLTY OF 1tlEM J P LOWER J PRICES THAN WORTHLESS STUFFS ARE OF FERED FOR ELSEWHERE DEPENDABLE GRO CERIESLOW PRICES A COMBINATION THRIF r TV PEOPLE WILL NOT IGNORE LIWilliamsr DRISCOLLS OLD STAND BOTH PHONES 217 ST CLAIR STREET r Red Mon Exclude All r Dealers In Whisky ANNUAL STATE POWWOW HEL IN FRANKFORT OFFICERS ELECTED Kentucky Red Men finished up the work In Frankfort at their anu powwow In a hurry and adjourned Wednesday night after a banquet Which was much enjoyed The Red Men adopted a resolution revising the bylaws so that In the future nope son who derives any revenue from the sale of whisky can become a member of the organization Th Was discussed by the Great Council and must be adopted by each Stat The resolution also excludes gam lers The following officers were dieted Great Sachem J H Kemper Mt Sterling Senior Sagamore W H McDonald Barbourvllle Junior Sag amore Homer W Northcutt Coving ton Prophet Robert L Page the retiring Great Sachem Keeper of Records and Seals Frank L Smith of Lexington Argues First Case In Court of Appeals Two of the Democratic officeholders who went out after the last ele tion Wednesday appeared in the Court of Appeals to argue their first case before that high body They were Morgan Chinn formerly Cler of the Court of Appeals and Harry McChesney formerly Secretary State The case was Edmunds against the Illinois Central Railroad on appeal from Livingston county Mr McChesney presented the statement of facts and Mr Chinn argued the law points Both acquitted themselves well It was Mr first argument before any court five each and to be FOR SALE We have a flretrdass 1 power Water Motor that we i will sell at a low figure Apply at this of ice tf r FOR SALEA 400 acre farm in Henry county All but 75 acres in grass well fenced 4 good and a 7 room twostory Apply to S this office- 252t FOR Plymouth Rock hens ands one rooster ono year old and best blood They are of the Harry fy 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 160 and Orpingtons 250 per fifteen Old Phone 46 and Duckers on Thursday morning a meerscham pipe with straight amber stem Suitable reward will be paid for its return tot JOHN H HANLEY Judge Cantrills Will Made ul- D LEAVES ESTATE TO WIFE AND ELDEST SON GETS ONLY DIAMOND STUD itThe following is a copy of the will by Judge James E Cantrill 1I James B Cantrill of George town Ky do and publish this my last will and testament and Ii do hereby revoke all other wills her tofore made by me After the pay ment of my debts I will devise and all of my and fects of all and description to Ismy beloved wife Mary C Cantrlll to be hers absolutely knowing that a own and I therefore leave no part of my estate to him It is my wish however that my wife give to son Campbell my diamond stud an give to my son Cecil the jewel that was presented me by the Grand Com mandery of Kentucky In testimony whereof I have written this by my own hand and signed my name this November 2 19CU Mrs Laura Torrence I Dies At Ripe Age 1 cMrs Laura Hensley Torrence age eightyone died at her residence o Elm street in Versailles Wednesday night at 9 oclock o fappoplexy- k She was stricken Sunday afternoon and never regained consciousness oPHire Torrence was born and lived to womanhood in Frankfort In early youth she married Dr Pugh a brother of Senator Pugh and as his wife an widow she was an acknowledged beauty and belle throughout the State Showness in an advertisements will never make up for lack of necessary Information = Classified A dcJe rtisinl All advertisements in these columns are cents per line for insertion paid for strictly in advance horse barns farmhouse SALEEIght Clubb TALIAFERROt LostBetween Jetts Kyi make bequeath property kinds soneCampbt For SaleTwo Steel Roller Mills four rolls each Also four horizontal Fre Tube Boilers All in good condition W A GAINES CO- Frankfort Ky FORSALE CHEAP We have a 32 inch Paper Cutter in perfect condition that we will sell very cheep AddYess this office ttI FOR EXCHANGEWe have a Smith Premier Typewriter in good condi lion that we mill exchange for a Remington in like condition Ca- lat this office for particulars For Sale A handsome twostory frame residence of eight rooms with attic over entire house This house is superbly built and finished and has all the latest modern improve ments For terms tail at this of C fleeWantedOne thousand foxes Will pay 150 apiece and will pay cash You dm either draw on me or send C bill and I will remit promptly J D iStogblll Shelbyville Ky 4t t NEW PACKET trilucky Rivei PARK CITY WILL DO kR AND FREIGHT Hj BEGINS MA VlnuavUle the Bvansvllle and Bow trade on Green River s4 the boat in the Loul tucky river trade th o f MayThe par o f the Fal the boa ly ra tie Kentuck trade until prto a Vicksbur mpany She will be brought up Evans vllle next week and after Wthorough renovation will be sent out In the new venture Capt Williams will have the con trol of the boat but the company will be known as the Kentucky Transportation Company Assurance has been received of good business from Frankfort and other merchants along the Kentucky River and two ThCe e Park City are superior to those of the Falls City The make up of her crew Is not yet determined 1 Gov Wilson Can Run- Although Not Thin HE AND McKENSIE TODD DO eQUICK SPRINTS TO THE TRAIN efGav Wlllsons sprinting ability is not so good as a thinner man might have but he manages to catch the trains by the skin of his teeth every leavensJ his office until the train whistles and then makes a quick run for the sta lion The other day he and McKenzIe Todd his secretary seemingly had a race to the station The Governor fromdthe conference of Governors He worked up to the last possible min ute and then made a quick jump for 1thesecond and finished in the place by a nose Mr Todd it is charged pulled the race It was a good race though and the Governor Is pretty good on the running game Retractn Any Statement Made W P Walton the editor of the Ken tucky State Journal says that toe has no retraction to make in the matter- d of the libel suit which was filed against him by Col Noel Gaines but that he expects to fight the cases through the courts once more Mr Mr Walton says that he did agree to print a statement but that it was not a retraction He says In view of all that he said on the subject of Col Gaines that he does not see well how he could make a retraction and that he never had any to be made The case will be called at the next term of the Anderson Circuit Court and will attract much atten tion on account of the political features which the Involved In It ITIME TABLE L N R R CO Frankfort Ky May 13 1908 Trails East Bound No 18 departs 950 a m dally ex cept Sunday No 16 departs 430 p m daily ex cept Sunday No 20 arrives 641 p m dally except Sunday stops at Frankfort No 62 departs 833 p m Sundays only Trains West Bound No 19 departs 535 am dally ex cept Sunday 1No 17 departs 920 a m dally ex cept Sunday No 15 departs 400 p m dally ex cept Sunday No 61 departs 765 a mJ Sundays only O TrainsEast Bound No 22 departs 1015 a m dally No 24 departs 7i45 p ra dally OWeet Bound No 21 departs 940 a m Gaily No 23 departs 615 p m daily A Y HITS Agent ii Ithe thing Monda while larger one 76x86 inches IIIA worth Sl25 or more at J May White Sale j The month of May is the month of finishing touches Final preparations for Summer are made during this month For this reason we are listing rchandise that is particularly L as it does ones summer wardrobe nil call and see for yourself Seeing is runtil grayheaded and only give you an Kng in this line means know Sale be q IIIWhite Quilts splendidh 69c 100 A Fine Heavy Quilt in the best designs a- t198225eand 298 White Fringed Quilts full size extra quality price 12515Oaua175India Splendid values full with regular III lOc values for III Sheer quality 20c value White Sale price inI= IIIPersian Lawn III Fine quality regular 25c value sheer and fine for Good quality regular 20c value 11 full width per yard Embroideries Corset Cover Embroidery worth yardrand Insertions 3 to 8 inches wide special yard d III 84 yard per 104 per yard Huck Towels worth 15c each special at each Linen Towels 24x36 inches 35c special each 50c of all 1 2 i2 c c 23c 11 Unbleached Sheetings Sheeting perIISheeting IIITowels III IIIAll Hand Towels soft finish red border each IIICorset Covers IllChoice choice worth Made good quality Lawn nicely trimmed worth Better grades sizes worth 5125 special each 7 12 172c 19c 15c 111 III Hamburg Pepperell Pepperell III special assortment III 5e 25c IIIWhite Lawn Waists 75cspecialeach 49e 98c White Goods- We have provided in fine Sheer White Goods some very desirable merchandise in Swisses Stripes Dots etc on dis play at our store at reduced prices See them as you know nothing is more sub stantial in the Sheer Fabric line than White Goods n Dry Goods ui SATURDAY MAY 16 1908 interesting to to lOc 20c 23c 25c 100 25c I Lace Curtains IIJIWhite Swiss Curtains worth 75c I pair White Sale price pair IVhite Nottingham Curtains 54 3f yards long special I White plain Net Curtains with neat band worth 150 special Lace Nets etc 250 and 350 I Bleached Cotton IYard wide Cotton Bleached per yardSell I Lonsdale Cotton best grade worth 12c per yard Cotton known everywhere IHope lOc yard for ILong I I Regular 12c value full 12 yards to piece per piece White Linen full 86 inches IPlain worth 20c now IIValenciennes and Laces with II JI to match per I yard 1 1 41Sheets81x90 Bleached Sheets special 59c II 98c II Elegant qualities Curtains Clunys Torchon Insertions 42x36 Pillow Cases at 1 42x72 Cases at 350 IHandkerchiefs j I Ladies and GentsHandkerchiefs all linen worth 25c special Ladies and Gents Handkerchiefs good quality each and Gents Handkerchiefs ILadies values each I Beautiful eachc values worth 125I each ILadies worth 35c good 1 115 nl II 9c II I 83 2 jIEICloth II 125 t1 II12 special special special special Drawers special il CyJI CfaJ 75c II JI cYBolster 15c II i1 90 II 11 50 II Childrens Lawn Caps II li JIIIMuslin Underwear Ladies Muslin Underskirts splendid Muslin 98c It I lCMercerized Waistings Waistings of all sorts are now in order The White Mercerized Waistings are not a only pretty but substantial and are pos sibly the most useful garment in a Womans Wardrobe We are showing them at reduced prices We have made special preparations for this sale and in addi tion to the White Goods listed above we are making special prices on White Belts Hosiery Gloves Underwear Handkerchiefs Corsets s and in fact everything White will be embraced in this Mammoth May Sale of White Goods a = pets i