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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tf FRANKFORTWEEKLY NEWSiiVOt AND B i XXXI FRANKFORT KENTU fAY 23 1908 No 37 JOliND DEAD IN THE ROA U I With Revolver Clasped Stiffened Fingers weNCharge From Gunalm Big Raid of Night Riders ShelbyIFRANKFORT SOLDIERS ORDERED OUT With a revolver clasped tightly tils right hand and a pair of wirecut ters in his pocket the body of N B Hazelipp was found lying In the r i near Jecksonville in Shelby coun yesterday morning at daylight The man had been shot through the breastkn with a shotgun and nearby was found quahave been fired only recently How conHazelippknown but Information received at the Adjutant Generals office leads the authorities to believe that he was wilkilledof night riders and probably was fired on when the night riders clashed with some of the men who are not members of the association and who have grown tobacco this year rEvidencen that the largest demonstration evera made by the night riders in this vi cinlty was to have been made Thurs day night it being the Intention of the night riders to make this the raid A conversation was overhe on Thursday between two men who seemed to be posted on the move at ments of the night riders In this con versation they said that the night- riders were to gather from all over this section of the State Thurad night and tear up all the plant beds Shelby county Several farmers liv near WIbedsyear This information was conveyed to the Adjutant General and Gen John ston at once ordered out a detachm from the Frankfort company under Capt Carl Norman The men were mounted and hurried out to the Jack sonville neighborhood where t ers InImeet any night riders They did not go any further than Jacksonville and it was a short distance beyond that village that the body of Hazelipp asto Lo returnedk to 3y timl found a place where the fence had been taken down and a body of m 1on horseback had left the road andI gone Into a field presumably to avoid m meeting the soldiers The raid of the itnight riders in that neighborhood wasof expected Thursday night and every house was lighted when the soldiers He passed They found the whole family up at house and the men ofl1 will t raidersIijt rs as he was going from the home of his brother to his own home He had been to his brothers to help guard the place He and his brothers came in yesterday morning to see the Governor and tell him about the raillWThe men who live near where Haze llpps body was found say that theySp heard one or two shots last night buvention they do not know lcoIwhether or not the slots heard were Byrd the ones fired at Hazelipp All the telephone wires in tho vicinity of Jacksonville were cut Thursday early ght and the fact that Hazelipp had wirecutters on him indicates to the Adjutant General that he was onnthat when he was shot andfl his horse the men who were became frightened knowing soldiers were In the nelghbo nomInbet Hazelipp is said to have been a tearless man and was a farmer about forty years old He was said to have possessed all the qualities for leader p in any movement No plant be- re scraped last night and the nation is quiet now although the kill of Hazelipp Is being talked about ost exclusively here today rRUFUS VANSANTFOR WILL BE CANDIDATE FOR HEAD OF DEMOCRATIC STATE lpCOMMITTEES Ashlando will oftythe Central and Executive Committees This is positively own and sets at rest a much mooted estion as it has been doubted that he would make the race He has now sented to be a candidate and when the new committee Is organized Mr Vansants name will be presented as a suitable person for chairman He l have a strong backing for the place at the head of the Democratic State Committee Mr Vansant Is one of the leading men in Kentucky and his standing business and personal is so high that he would command the confidence pect of everybody in Kentucky He never mixed up in political de alsstood the turmoil of party strife but has always worked for the Democra ticket He goes Into the race for chairman with reluctance as his bus intpalgandiveFor and If elected chairman will work all times for the success of the party la the State and nation EMMET LOGAN TO ayBE EDITOR AGAIN LL BE ASSOCIATED WITH HENRY HINES AND ED LEIGH ON NEW PAPER antmmet Logan for many years brilliant editor of the Laulsv Times and known all over the country as one of the brightest paragraph on any newspaper is to get back o the harness Judge Henry HlbuEd O Leigh Secretary to Gov Beckbam when he was In the execu lIve chair have their plans laid to start a new paper at Bowling Green be call d the Messenger and lIra CInewinteLogan as editor and Mr Leigh and of10Ught anJudgespeqtpr and Examiner and went outvention office when the change came in fortunes of the Democratic they the and Mr Leigh who Is an experienced and able newspaper man will UJieditorial page That combinat make the paper one of the hi published anywhere Democratic Convention In Tenth District last utmltteehelnchesternesday July 15 as the time anti Es till rings as the place for holding a con city to nominate a candidate for County conventions will b on Saturday July 11 A FI the lawyer who prosecuted Hargls cases is the only announced to candidate r rt PEE REIGNS jpllt In Franklii u Averted Two Candidates For Congress catNow Probable That Neither Will Make Race IBOTH SIDES MAKE CONCESSIONS As a result of the concessions on both sides what threatened a serious split in the Democratic party In Frank lin county has been averted and it believed now that there will be candidate for Congress in this county Had there been one candidate there would have been two and this would have meant one of the hardest fights ever seen In Franklin county which is rather noted for its political contests Even now if a candidate for Congress announces in this county there will be another candidate who will enter and will try to make things lively w P Kimball and J Campbell C trill will fight out their race in t county with no other contestants to bother either of them but It look for a while like there would be two candidates in Franklin in addition toJ Johndannounced It was generally u derlJ that it would really be a race alticthough other names would be used If the two county candidates had gonet o the raceCoseveral weeks there has been talk of a candidate from this county entering the race for Congress and it was thought by the friends of Mr Cantrill that the Franklin county cc didate would run in the Interests of Kimball with the idea of deltverf ngwho the vote of Franklin county in the convention to Kimball Mr Cantrll friends did not like this and had no notion of sitting idly by and letting this be done so they selected their strongest man and he had his op nouncement card ready to be pubIT Whtheillsnoupced He would have been a for mldable candidate and when it be came known that he was thinking running the other side began to get sy An agreement was reached yester all day by which it Is practically certain that Franklin county will not have candidate Other things than the ngressional race of course sate o the arrangement and concessions were made by both sides The result it all is that a bitter political fight len hin the Democratic party is avoided whoever is nominated by the cons In Lexington will be eJecteilU with Franklin county standing behind n nominee solidly ion Services To Be atHeld For The Y M C Union services will be held on the Sunday in this month in some church yet to be selected when a collection will be taken for the beno of the Y M C A A meeting grhehtdecided to ask the ministers of to dismiss all their congregations except one and everybody unite In one forthethe redtecomplete the required sum at the he special services HO MASON BROWN nson wn of this city w ant Gjmd Prophet at t of Knights Templar this week and Is In line Wilnrto e aa interest in the woof the plat and deserv the f n to which he has JLD RESI W J ale has bought a mpbell jatd Shelby streets a build handsome residence there He bought the lot from R W Rery It was part of the old lacE man place and is a desirable tion THE BIG FIVE TO BURY Democratic Leaders In Lou noiSUIIIe Get Together Haldeman and Whallen Mayth Forget DifferencesI FACTIONAL FIGHTS WILL NOW END For the first time in ten yearsc itnhismocracy and the delegation which goes to the State Convention at Lex IIngton may be headed by Ccl W Haldeman Col JohncH Whallen ron Kohn Charles F Grainger and n W Vreeland Mutual friends apout to bring about a reconciliation between these men who have been at outs for ten years and there is every prospect that in Louisville this year re will be no factions in the Demo party With Col Haldeman and l Whallen and Mr Kohn and Mr Vreeland all working together once more it means that Louisville will go Democratic by an immense majority and that W J Bryan will carry Ken bonCol Haldeman and Col Whallen have been for many years the leading Democrats in Louisville and tha1sthe city have not been friendly po litically for ten years They have been at outs and the result has been Jnago and Col Whallen met at t ite City and shook hands for thet r time in ten years When the pll iticlans in Louisville beard of this heof gether politically so that the Den crats can carry the city Democr over the State will watch the reh suit in Louisville and will rejoice when all factional troubles have been eliminated and all the Democrats have united once more as in the days inredPoliticians here have heard of the efforts to bring about a reconciliation between Col Haldeman and Col Whnl and those Democrats who are thinking of the good of the party and In November are jubilant Hi Kind Wants ToISucceed Joe Pugh TWO CANDIDATES FOR DEMO CENTRALA With the time and place of the next C1Covington totlonccvasIt Is understood witheycHindpICovingtonfor the place and it Is said has the backing of several lotlu ential State politicians + l JOBShe ll Be Abolisheme Controles Useless Positions Said To Bem Numerousn Shake Up Liable To Corn At The Asylums CONSIDEREDT Unless positions of which there areI said to be many are to be abolished in the three State insane asylums and the Feebleminded Institute located at Frankfort The two Republican metwilbers of the Board of Control of Char- Itable Institutions say they have found t there are too many places In the asylums for which there Is no need and that in every case where it is found that such a place exists thti elf ce will be abolished and the man or woman who has it will be let out This matter of useless offices andf of making changes in the managemo the asylums and giving the RepubE t a part of the offices Is being iiscussed by the board now and wltilnt lu next few days It is expected thatt 13uany changes will be made The full board considered suggestions from ti Republican members regarding pro sed femovals at each of the asy lums and It was decided to do nothlDHt for the present but watt fora fuller investigation It is not believed th there will be any disagreement be tween the members of the board al though they represent different palit ical Jf rUes a Division of the places in the asylum is a question which has just now arisen but which has been a iubject und to rise sooner or later Onfc suggestion has been made regardtag the division It has been proposed may be proposed to the full board t the Republican members take two theDemocreach to have the appointment 01 all officers and employes This onld beieat this arrangement will be effected Stanley ward the newest mem ber of the board said yesterday t would not vote to remove any man except one who was nt wtsho no work to do He said he did not know what changes would be p posed or decided upon Mr Milward has been loking pretty closely into the asylums and is said to be full ofvotes formation which he wants to turnposed loose to the full board at the proper time What changes will be made is a matter of conjecture only and no onoalso will know until final action Is taken and this cannot be until the Demot1 cratic members agree with the Republican members in of rea Warned Not To Workh Negroes On Roadand glCarterengaged in rebuilding and repairing ntytion postmarked Frankfort a ned Night Riders warning h stop working colored men at his ck crusher or an any other employment He was notified that unless he discharged every negro in his employ thin ten lays he Neale and the negroes also would be striped till and ur hides wont hold corn shucks hell will be to pay Other em of negro labor In this county received similar letters from Frankfort Mr Neale paid no atten and tlon to the letter and expects to con flans to employ his present f- orcelIMll FORMER FRANKFORT MAN KILLEDjMr Edw Stigers who Is quite wellJiknown here where for several he was yardmaster of the L N tdayfrleghf train of which he was con r ductor near Milan Ind The body was taken to his home In Louisville wherfctbe funeral was held Wednesday afternoon and the Inter was In the Portland cemetery NEW BUILDING AT PUBLIC SEHOOLJ esPRIMARY DEPARTMENT WILL HAVE MODERN HOUSE BY NEXT FALL Those teachers and pupils In the primary department of the public school who have been penned up In a building one hundred years old and compelled to sit In a badly ventilated poorly heated and damp rooms with holes In the floor and benches tilted l hall with delight the announce ment of the trustees of the school that a new building is to be erected this summer to be occupied by the primary department The trustees have not selected the plans for the building as yet but will take this matter up at the next meeting of the board and will have the work pushed so that the building can be occupied by the time school begins next fall Ist r this as the pres building is in a delapldated condl tlon and It has been a positive menace pupilstowere forced to use Fve teachers and childrenerooms and much sickness resulted It J was impossible to heat the rooms and were damp nearly all the time A new building had been promised authorIltand they have been running along from year to year until the old house is about to fall down The plan now is to tear it down and build in Its place modern house which will have all the facilities and comforts which should be provided In a school build Ing o1w JUDGE POLSGROVE dWILL MAKE RACF WILL BE CANDIDATE FOR COM MONWEALTHS ATTORNEY IN DISTRICTbe presenthatcounty will be a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney to succeed Robert Franklin subject to the action of the Democratic party Judge Polsgrove has not butrohe is already laying his fences and will be in the race to win when the are cast The district Is com of Franklin Woodford Bourbon and Scott counties and the elec flan will be In November 1909 Mr Franklin It is understood will be a candidate for the position which he now holds and the race be them may be interesting Judge Polsgrove is one of the strongest men this county and has a large number friends here He will command support and will have men be him who know how to work Its generally conceded that the fight for nomination will be in this county that if Judge Polsgrove or Mr Franklin can carry Franklin It will him the nomination Democrats Joining ndNew County Club The Franklin County Democratic Club which was organized only re cently has now a membership of 900 there is every prospect that this membership will be greatly Increased within the next few days A big meet- Ing of the club will be held on county court day probably In the afternoon twill be made a special occasion when interesting Democratic speeches will bo delivered fft ID 1 l PAGE TWO MENACE TO MORALS t Gambling of All Kinds Denounced by Dr Powell 4 LOUISVILLE MINISTER CON DEMNS BETTING ON RACE t TRACKS Gambling bears the same relation to business that anarchy does to ciety declared the Rev E L Powell ina sermo fc GJIbllng atthe I First Christian Church in Louisville Sunday night He also declared th- a4race t track gambling as legalized by the laws of Kentucky Is an outrage and a menace to the moral progress of the State He urged the people of Kentucky to begin work at once in the interest of a law which should r be passed by the next General Assembly wiping race track gambling from the State He declared that the Court of Ap peals in its recent decision sustain ing the injunction against the city of Louisville in its attempt to stop gamb ling at Churchill Downs could not have done otherwise under the law of the State I want to say some things relative to a subject of which I know nothin experimental said Dr Powell in th beginning of his discourse but wheth y er or not I am Justified in speaking of them without technical knowledge ma bo a question One thing is sure there is justification for condemnatory re lv marks on such things I will not at tempt to define gambling In that it in eludes many enterprises regarded as legitimate and pursued by men alto gether honorable I will say as a eral principle that gambling is in chances rather than values What ever business having for its object gain in property or monew which yields in chances rather than values is gambling Gambling sustains the same rela tion to honorable business enterpriser s does anarchy to society Anarchy contends against conventional society i and aims to overthrow It Gambling 3s a protest against honest business Jtls the getrich scheme as against the conventional or honest business methods The gambler Is the pirate tVrof the high seas the robber Gamb ling Is associated with murder sui clde the breaking up of homes with J everything monstrous and horrible I do not say that every gambler is dishonest I do say that it is impos sible to collect a gambling debt by due gamblerP1Yprise when he taxes money which he can not collect in the courts r Steers Will Run Again GountyfIS CANDIDATE FOR LEGISLATURE AND EXPECTS TO WIN EAS- ILYEiA t member of the Legislature who was here this week was the Rev l t J S Steers of Grant county Mr Steers is a candidate once more for i the Legisature and probably will vnominated without opposition HIS record last year was good and th people of Grant county are that he should come back Mr jsaId the other day when he was here that he expected to be nominated in t the primary to choose county offi cers which would be held this fall This Is In violation of the party laws which forbids any nomination being made more than a year before the general election but Mr Steers sad no one was making any objection an it should save trouble and expens- to them all Mr Steers is a minister of the gos pel Primitive Baptist Church secre tary Dry Ridge Creamery Company agent New York Life Insurance Com- panyli president The Enterprise Com pany secretary Grant County Equity Warehouse Company notary public special attention to contracts mort gages and deeds agent the Hartford Fire Insurance Company cashier 1 Ridge Deposit Bank indemnity bond- a specialty member of the Legislat- Ure 8 Judge W E Settle Goes To 1or ern General Assembly Judge W E Settle of the Court of Appeals left Wednesday for Kansas City to attend the session of the General Assembly of the Northern branch of the Presbyterian church Judge Settle is a member of one of the most important committees at the General Assembly and will be active ly engaged there for more than a week The session will last for ten days and Judge Settle may find Itj y necessary to remain that long t FOUND DYING IN ROOM James M Saffell one of the best known Masons and Knights Templar in Kentucky and a retired distiller was found dying in his home In Frank fort Saturday afternoon with gas pour ing from two jets in the rom Mr Saffell was lying on the floor and was practically dead when found by a ne gro servant A physician who was summoned and who worked with him for some time thought he saw n flicker of life Mr Saffell was burled Monday afternoon s WASHINGTON FOR BRYAN At the end of a protracted diver st the Washington Demo erotic State Convention sent a double delegation of twenty each with a Walf vote to the national coaVen tlon and instructed them to vote for Bryan first last and all the time Baptist Seminary Endowment Increased 200000 RAISED AT THE CONVEN TION IN HOT SPRINGSFUND NOW 1200000 With the return of Dr E Y Mul ling president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary to Louisville conventiong thee endowment fund of the seminary had been increased from 600000 to ways made 600000 several years ago and last year it was Increased to 1000000 an increase of 400000 It was the belief of the Board of Trustees of the institution that this amount should be Increased another 200000 in order to curry on the work of the seminary enlargementgo partments the securing of several thousand more books for the library and the building of a chapel to be used on special occasions when meet ings of Baptists of the South are held in Louisville The proposed chapel will be erected at Fifth street and Broadway on the sight adjoining Nor ton Hall and which was purchased by the board of trustees of thQ semi nary several years ago Flag Will Be Honored By People Of State GOV WILLSON NAMES JUNE 15 AS DATE FOR DISPLAY OF NATIONAL EMBLEM June 15 is to be Flag Day when the National flag will be displayed on all public buildings and under a procla mation issued by Gov Willson ex ercises are to be held in the public schools and the public Is asked to aid In making the day memorable The following is the Governor o llamation To the People of the Commonwealth- of Kentucky Sunday June 14 1908 will be the 131st anniversary of the adoptionof the stars and stripes as the flag of the United States and the American Flag Association composed of Individuals and committees from patriotic socle decidedeto celebrate the day on Monday 15eThe flag will be displayed on the peoplesare Invited to celebrate the day in pub lic recognition of the birth of the emblem of our nationality and I hope that in all the schools there will be exercises in honor of the flag and what it represents and have the children join their seniors in pledging their loyalty to AUGUSTUS E WILLSON KentuckyeUnion Veterans Will Decorate Soldiers Graves decora1tionburied In the cemetery here on Ma 30 A G Bacon post which is com thesUnion army will meet at the custom house and march to the cemetery They have requested that all flowers which are sent by citizens of Frank fort be sent to the custom house George W Monroe post composed of the negro veterans will decorate the graves of the negro soldiers who were veterans of the war Every grave will be strewn with flowers +COLDS THAT HANG ON Colds that hang on in the spring deplete the system exhause the nerves and open the way for serious Illness Take Foleys Honey and Tar It quickly stops the cough and expels cold It Is sate and certain In results For sale by all druggists Night Riders Scrape Many Plant Beds RAID ON NON IAT GROWERS ANDY T EIGHT FARMS Night riders create Campbellsburg In Hen t urday night They si nty eight tobacco beds and knew of their work until Sun orning The only clew they left we e tr of a rubber tired hgtey t Edrlngtons wheat pd fence was cut to glue pas j growers who sdobeong to the Society They are W N Tayl toa John Lyons en John Ra m e s Clark j Varies Rowla sed over HRirlng deeds o night riders udge B F Hill IRTnounced that he would at once organize a company of men to patrol the county day and night and prevent further destruction of plant beds Night Riders fear Up Plants In Scott TENANTS ON A DOZEN FARMS SUFFER LOSS OF TOBACCO BEDS Night riders visited the northern part of Scott county Friday night and destroyed about a dozen beds of to bacco plants belonging to tenants on the farms of T J Burgess near Sa dieville S K Lee near Hinton and Dr Carl Henry near Sonewall The beds destroyed were those of Jerry Teagarten Tom Jones Rufus rlelds and Claud Ireland The band consisted of about seven tyfive men on horse back and in bug gles They came presumably from Pendelton county and entered Scott and Grant The raid was executed without any disorder The band quietly entered the county divided Into three sections accomplished their work and as quietly departed They were armed but no shots were fired and no Indignities offered anyone Western Kentucky Tobacco Now Being Planted PROSPECTS ARE GOOD FOR REC ORD CROPWEATHER JUST WHAT WAS WANTED Nearly all the tobacco In Western Kentucky will be transplanted this reek and the prospects in the be firming are for a record breaking crop The advantage of getting the tojtcco in early and all at one time is that it Insures the farmer a uniform yield ani the certainty that the crop will nn main in the ground until damaged by frost The weather up to this time has been Just what the plauters want ed It dried up considerably the latter part of the week and the soaking the first two days of this week put the ground in good condition On account of the necessity for early work with the tobacco corn nny be a little back ward in Western Kentucky Other forage crops may be planted later to make up for any shortage in corn Kentucky Boy wins Honors At Annapolis WI LIAM E LEI OF OWENTON GETS HIS NAME ON TROPHY GOOD GUNNER Mitbhlpnian IiILn E Lee of Oventon one of the graduate at the iCatinl Academy will liave his name engraved upon the trophy recently RHOluI toythis trophy Lee Is a member of the Naval Academy Rlfte toimi and won tho individual sham lonshlp at Card terry Ohio last year Young Lee is a son of Judge W A Lee who Is a member of the Demo cratc State Executive Committee Notice To Chicken Raisers Receip 41144 cures Cholera Roup Gapes Conker and Llniberneck Price 50 cents No cure no pay Guaranteed by McKee Hardie and J W Gayle druggists 593mThose have given our printing- a trial have been pleased and gratified Some of our customers say s the best printing done in the city the best they have ever received NN4NIN11NNNIINNN I s Relowrs++ t + CENSION EPISCOPAL fRCH Rev A B Chinn the rec will conduct the services- a m Morning Prayer and Ser 730 p m Evening Prayer 930 a m Sundayschool in the chapelWednesday evening prayer at 730 p public generally i d to tend FIRST BAPTISi B Adams pastor m and 730 p m Sunday school at 94 Baracca class at 945 jy the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will acct at 630 p Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 in the chapel Everybody cordially Invited Seats free- CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 730 oclock in the chapel Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct services as follows Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers and prayer at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Services will be held as follows Sundayschool in the Lecture room at 9rf5 a m Morning worship at 11 oclock The pastor Rev Jesse R Ziegler will Peoples League In the Leo ture room at 645 p m Evening Worship at 730 The pastor will preach You will be welcome at each service METHODIST CHURCH Rev J S Sims the pastor wilt preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 93U a m Epworth League will meet at 645 pm PrayerMeeting on Wednesday teven tag at 730 p m Everybody cordially Invited to at tend these services SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 Prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing at 730 p m Everybody invited CAPITAL HOTEL E B WEITZEL MANAGER Special attention given to the transfer o Use either phone Oldest and host hostelry in the city PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR C A FISH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OfflceTodd Building at St Clair Street Bridge BOTH PHONES 427 Say Mail live will t- t 1 u 6tg a fool I voucre Yes my child if you dont ADVERTISE YOUR EGGS in the Poultry Department of the JOTONJ- Ky Vii J I J ti 1 j M l t t a a It rr SATUIDAY MAY 231908 i ottled In BondlHand Made The Very Best Product Of the Finest Distillery IN THE WORLD 1 The Geo T Stagg Co FRANKFORT KENTUCKY qJJconan j Fancy Groceres 11I1i Both Phones ljl Corner Main and Ann Ih auflBrush Up Little Pays The ManttOftUmy f MAIN STREET OPPOSITE ENGINE HOUSEf 1Cleaning j t and Repairing i JOIN OUR PRESSING CLUB IT PAYS = j r II Dollars and SenseII THE SENSIBLE BUYER WILL ALWAYS LOOK FOR WEARTIING VALUE IN A VEHICLE AND HE KNOWS THAT THERE IS A PRICE BELOW WHICH A GOOD VEHICLE CAN NOT BE MADE AND SOLD OUR VEHICLES REPRESENT A t DOLLAR IN VALUE FOR EVERY DOLLAR YOU PAY US WE r CAN PROVE THIS TO YOUR ENTIRE SATISFACTION IF ffREPRESENTATIVEi SELLER CARRIAGE CO f Incorporated IIHJ r 1908w Ill FRANKFORT Traction Line Will Be Built From Louisville i 4iConsolidation of Trolley Corn Ill panies Made vlork Will Be Completed if a Within a Year f MONEY HAS ALL BEEN RAISED NOW Ai fkn A deal which paves the way for a gigantic consolidation of all the inter urban lines now entering Louisvillet with the exception of the suburbana of the Louisville Traction Company has been consummated Within the next few days a new interurban com pany to be known as the Louisville Frankfort and Eastern will be In corporated for the purpose of absorb ing the Louisville and Eastern and completing that road through Shelby vllle Frankfort Lawrenceburg Emi nence and New Castle The new Louisville Frankfort and Eastern Traction Company will have a bond issue of 3500000 It will be incorporated with a capitol stock of 750000 preferred and 2600000 common This is an increase in the common stock of the present Louis ville and Eastern oJ 500 000 and 600000 in the bond Issue Samuel Insull will become the president of r the new company at the first meeting of the board of directors F M Fauvre of Indianapolis the president of the Louisville and Eastern will be deposed Every detail of the ab sorption of the Louisville and Eas J i tern ban been completed nothing re y maining to be done except the In corporation of the new company and the issuance of the additional stocks l and bonds A few days will see the legal close of the deal Ifr The present interests will not stop with the control of the roads entering Louisville It is authoritlvely a- ntI nounced that still a larger deal will be jhade when the same interests will f take over the Bluegrass interurbans r which center In Frankfort This con i solidation Is still In Its early stages but it is said that the controlling In withuVtfi the Mayo Interests and are eager to be taken into the comblaatlon If this step is taken it means that ulti Stateiji tiatlon The work of extending the present L E line will begin Immediately it after the incorporation of the new company An effort will be made t complete the line as far as Shelby yearsrtime This will also result In con tnacting Louisville by trolly with Law irenceburg Eminence and New Cas tle There will be an abundance of I money for the speedy completion of the work i When the final consolidation of all I the traction interests In and about t Mi Louisville have been completed a t r union traction terminal station then is centyr for the offices of the roads and enough tracks to accomodate aH the entering and departing cars A t i union freight and express depot is also bQtng anticipated as a result jr of the joining of all the traction terests The plans of those back of J the project do not stop here The3 fsay that eventually all these cars HwUl enter the city on elevated tracks so that better time can be made In 11entering and leaving the city j Big Congressman lrS Now Wears Big Smile a Representative Ollie James of Ken 4 4 tucky one of the principal Democratic leaders of the Bryan men in Con l gress Is jubilant over the result in 1i Alabama says a Washington dis ypatchw Alabama delegates were in kstrutted said Mr James tonight t by direct vote of the people and this is the most Important part of It Whenever the people themselves can pass upon the case Mr Bryan will win every time PERSONAL bhelIr are deranged they should take Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and l not risk having Bright disease or diabetes Delay gives the disease a stronger foothold and you Should not taday taking Foleys Kidney Remedy For sale by all druggists r SOLOMONS GRAVE Will Be Marked By Hand some Monument LEXINGTON WILL DO HONOR TO MAN WHO LOST LIFE FOR OTHERS A conference was held at ington Cemetery Tuesday Superintendent James Nicofl Wilson Townsend at which 1 tided to organize a memoril tion to erect a suitable n over the grave of William SoL famous in history and fiction as King Solomon of Kentucky Both Mr Nicol and Mr Townsend have been seriously thinking of founding such an associa tion for several years and yesterday morning they finally decided to for mally launch the movement After Henry Clay there is little question that King Solomon of Ken tucky is the most picturesque unique character burled in the Lexington cemetery though John C Breckla ridge and John H Morgan together with many other famous men sleep there but the fame of Old King Solo mon Is wholly different He Is as Mr Townsend has said in his Ken tucklans In History and Literature the unique man of Kentucky his toryAs Solomon served the whole pea pIe of Lexington and of Kentucky in the heroic work which he did dur ing the terrible cholera year of 1833 it is the Intention of the Association to give every man woman and child in Kentucky an opportunity to contrib ute to this splendid work iiWindy Bill Thompson Out For Doorkeeper WILL MAKE RACE IN HOUSE AT NEXT SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE Windy Bill Thompson the mem ber from Bullitt and Spencer coun ties is the first man to announce as a candidate for any of the numerous positions which are at the disposal of the Legislature at its next session Mr Thompson being of an active and earlyrising nature believes In getting in on the round floor and his motto is to grab time by the forelock He was In Frankfort this week being attracted here by the meeting of the Democratic State Executive Commit tee and he began the dig for votes at once after his arrival Mr Thompson would be doorkeeper of the next House He has looked over the field and the situation and has come to the conclusion that this place is best suited to his ability So he is out for it and says he will win The only drawback to the job in Mr Thompsons eyes Is that there is little occasion for talk in holding flown the door of the House There is no op portunity to burst Into eloquent speech but one must remain silent That does not suit Mr Thompson exactly but still he will be able to relieve the air pressure when the House has ta ken its daily adjournment and then he will be free to talk and he Is always sure of an audience Mr Thompson can not come back to the Legislature as ft member this next time on account of the fact that it is Bullltts time to have the nominee on the Democratic ticket and for this reason Mr Thompson being a rest dent of Spencer is excluded But he wants to be here anyhow Hence the race for doorkeeper The Gov WillsonWill Kentucky CAPITAL SQUARE BOAT CLUB WILL BUY A FAST MOTOR LAUNCH The Capital Square Boat Club has been formed and a launch which is to be called the Gov Willspn will be bought Dr Ben L Bruner Secretary of State Capt Jackson Morris hisI assistant and several others in the Governors and Secretarys office will be members and will be joint owners of the boat They have in view the purchase of a very fast gasoline boat and the other day went out on the river to try it Rfrs Morris went along None of the party was dressed for boating and when a hard rain came up they crawled under tarpau lins and newspapers and dodged the deluge as best they could When the launch Is in working order Captain Morris is to be the skipper end McKenzie Todd the Governor secretary is to be tho commodere Advertising with a stimulant In it is a good tonic for a rundown bu- sinessiiijii BILLION DOLLARS Appropriated For All Pf poses by Present CongreB EXTRAVAGANT ALLOWANCES MADE IN SPITE OF PLEAS BY GOOD MEN ress adjourns the Treas lit will be authorized Jd billion dollars for X ginning July 1 In t country even whe f the Civil War was to ire has never been such Appropriations Experienced and levelheaded lead ers in both houses have pleaded for a curtailment of expenditures and have urged that it was necessary for the Government to go slow lest a huge deficit be brought about by the close of the coming fiscal year Ald rich Hale and Tawney have counseled economy and have pointed out that unless economy was observed the whole taxation system of the Gov ernment would have to be revised But Congress has sailed extravagantly- on The House supply bills have all been lavish enough but there has been no Instance where the Senate has not increased them While the exact amount of money will not be known until adjournment the total can be approximately told The regular supply bills along with other small appropriation measures and the public buildings bill will reach a total of about 880000000 Adding to this the amount appropriated for the permanent annual appropriations more than 50000000 and other in cidentals the amount wljl be found to be in the nelghborhool of the bil liondollar mark The appropriations made by the last session of Congress were about 943 000000 House bills which have been Intro duced number 21945 while In the Sen ate 7127 were presented These ures also break the record of the cor responding session of the last Con gre ss Of the 484 Senate bills passed there have been seventeen omnibus pen sion bills carrying about 2000 indi vidual bills Here at least Is one source of economy as It is estimated that the plan of omnibus bills save the Government 1000000 In printing engrossing c Champ Clark Will Speak In Kentucky ACCEPTS INVITATION FROM CON GRESSMAN SHERLEY TO HELP HIM WIN Representative Champ Clark of Missouri who will be Democratic lead er in the Housq In the next Congress If the Republicans carry that body and Speaker if the Democrats carry it has promised Representative Sher ley to make several speeches in the Louisville district during the cam paign this fall Several other Demo crats of national reputation have also promised Mr Sherley to make speech es in the latters district this year United States of America Eastern District of Kentucky In the United States District Court in and for said district Referee District No5I- n the matter of Delano Brown Wal cutt Bankrupt- In Bankruptcy No 652 To the creditors of Delano Brown Walcutt of Frankfort in the County of Franklin and district aforesaid a is hereby given that on the 15th day of May A D 1908 the said Delano Brown Walcutt was duly adjudicated bankrupt and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at my office in the city of Frank fort Ky on Saturday the 30th day of May A D 1908 at 10 oclock in the forenoon at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said meetingtD Y LINDSEY Referee in Bankruptcy 231t o + CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CURED One who suffers from chronic con stipation is In danger of many serious ailments Foleys Orino Laxative cures chronic constitpation as it aids digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels restores the natural action of these organs Commence taking It today and you will feel better at once Foleys Orloo Laxative does not nauseate or gripe and ispleaSant to take Refuse substitutes For sale by all druggists it iPRE 0 SUBSCRIBERS OLD OR NEW Big Consignment of FirstClass POCKET KNIVESt- o be Given Away by The FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS rrLISTENWe have determined to double our circulation and in addition to offering the best weekly paper in the State for ONE DOLLAR A YEAR we will present each of our subscribers old or new with a SUBSTANTIAL PRESENT that is always usful This Is The Knifel1 OUR OFFERTo every old subscriber paying one year in advance we will send FREE OF CHARGE POSTAGE PREPAID one of these excellent knives To every new subscriber paying one dollar in advance we will send FREE OF CHARGE POSTAGE PREPAID one of our knives The knives all alike and are of ex cellent quality SUBSCRIBE NOW 100 A YEAR TaKe advantage of this offer wHile tHey last FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWSFRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY INCORPORATED PUBLISHERS FRANKFORT KENTUCKY OUR FREE OFFER Every one of our subscribers will do well to take advantage of our special offer By paying one year In advance you will be sent postage pre paid a firstclass twobladed pocket knife This offer lasts until July 1 are presenting to the public the divest weekly paper In the State and we have started on a campaign to double our circulation Help us accomplish this end- PREPARATORY SCHOOL Miss Bertha Scott has secured the cervices of Miss Catherine Paul a graduate of Wellesley College and ex poets to have a high grade preparato ry school In Frankfort The course will bo four years and embraces the subjects taught in the regular col logo course being a liberal education in Itself Miss Emmie Scott will as slat in the primary and Intermediate courses PAGE THNEL up are RfOISTMED TRADE MARK WEARS LIKE 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 JapalacAm1908 sample books which I now have and would be pleased to send to your home A postal or call over phone will bring them fRANK GSTAGG Hardware Paints Oils Glass 210 Ann St FRANKFORT SAGE FOUR r Frankfort Weekly News Entered at the postoffice at Frankfort Ken tucks as secondclass mailable matter n FRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY INCORPORATED Editorr r HUBERT VREELANDPres and M M D COYLE Secretary aid Treasurer TERMS 100 IN ADVANCE AUNCrMENTS WQ are authorized to announce J CAMPBELL CANTIfcLL of Sco county as a candidate for Congress subject to the Democratic convention t September 3 We are authorized to announce W P KIMBALL of Fayette county as a candidate for reelection to Congress from the 7th Congressional District subject to the action of the Demo Septemberr 3 = S If Frankfort has a humane society that society should get to work a n stop the present method of handling calves by the local express company The calves are treated like so much scrap iron and are tossed into wagons and on trains in much the same way Ithe Iceman handles blocks of Iceex cept that no hooks are used Nu merous protests have been heard citizens who have been at the dep- l and have seen calves thrown Into a car or dragged about by the neck and skidded along upside down or any old way and in some instances the men handling the calves hftve been appealed to Calves may not be easy things to handle and the express agent or mes senger does not care to have calves on his hands but when the express company accepts them for delivery the i company should see to it that the cal ves are handled at least humanely The spectacle of calves dragged out of the express wagon and then liter ally thrown onto the car is a common one in Frankfort and can be seen al most any day at the depot here The city authorities let it go on The other day there was a calf tied to the express truck It was a pet calf pro ybably one which had been raised b y the child of the family and when any i one came near it the calf would rrub its nose against the hand put out to stroke It The calf was pretty and attracted a good deal of atten tion because it was so gentle The train pulled in and they began doing things to that calf It was yanked about until its neck was doubled back t almost in a hard knot Then the let hurljp d toward the car The calfs legs slipped through the crack between the t car and the truck and why both legs were not broken is a sort ofa mir acle Finally the calf landed on the floor of the car with its legs doub led under it twisted and tortured It is unnecessary and should be stopped The local agent is a young man who is bright intelligent and ac comodating and he should see to it that the calves are handled gently If he does not then the civil author ties should take the matter in hand II Gov Willson has at last moved into the old mansion and is really living In Frankfort for the first time since he was elected Governor Frankfort now feels more like it has a hold on the Governor Gov Will sons tendency to go galloping out of Frankfort on frequent occasions was not relinquished by the people Frankfort who were rather inclined to believe that the Governor did notc t care for the capital city In reality Gov Willson had no such feeling He simply had his business affairs in forthim to be in Louisville a great dealc He had to finish cases which were began before he was elected gover nor It not being in any sense fair to his clients to drop their cases just because he was elected to public o = flee Having finished up these cases he Is now ready to make Frankfort i his home for three and a half years oftI hitt3ell for Frankfort will like the nnvernnr when it knows him All this talk about a merger o r tracton lines in Louisville and build Ing to Frankfort within a year sounds good and looks like there really is something to be done The line from Louisville to Frankfort has been in the air for some months but this last story bears the stamp of truth and a pay streak of fact Frankfort neeiT2 to be connected with Lawreacebu- rtr g and this new road proposes to build there The new lines would help Louisville and would help Frankfurt more for no more business could go than now Pes and awfrNre might come in John W Mathews who was t Fairbanks candidate for Congress in itthe Eleventh district withdrew from the race seeing that the Taft mach- Ine had things properly adjusted to run over him Edwards seems to have things his own way in the Eleventh district when the voting is done although his opponents mak a big fuss during the preliminary Jockeying for position Mr Mathews was wise or the cards seemed to be stacked against him dFor a week after county court day the streets are so filthy that a woman hesitates before crossing them Wading in filth is not pleasant and it is not sanitary to have the streets in the condition caused by county court day After all this Is dry the street cleaners come along and brush it thbyofh e Is not good for the aforesaid citizens Frankfort mght have landed the State Convention there had been any special effort to get It but there was not much chance so long as one o fought Mr McQuown would have voted for Frankfort if by so do- Ing he could have turned things to this city but he had no chance when no one helped him I A visitor to Frankfort the Capital of the State would not care very much about coming again nor would he be very favorably inpressed with the city he should happen to strike here on county court day and see the streets used as stock pens He would say that Frankfort was some years late William Klalr of exlngton has a habit of winning what he goes after He was after the convention to Lexington and landed it Mr Klalr had about as much to do with it gong to Lexington too as did anybody dsr He and Senator Thomas A Combs are a hard pair to beat The Optimist ByARO What a world of knockers there are in Frankfort The place is full of them and they hammer merrily away all the time never letting up day or night Most of the time it is a tackt hammer that is used and a light weight wielding it but as is exhibit ed by the woodpecker light taps will finally break away the substance and n the tackhammer gets there through sheer persistency The knocker Is usually one who has come here to live Presumably that somebody anl rived through his own activities or by his own choice The only persons hdwere too little to have control of their own affairs After they arrive they begin to peck away like the wood ffman who is not a native is not the one who knows how to knock It Is a habit that spreads to others is and the usual thing is to pound Life would be so vastly much better and happier if the knocker would his troubles and go away Tho of knocker is the one thing that God hasII created for which there is no use or purpose Now understand first the do or flnltion of TO KNOCK It does notn mean to kick or to make a legitimate no protest No town can survive abso lute contentment or placid indifference on the part of the residents There bemust be restlessness and dlssatlsfac lion with conditions which are not right and proper To knock is to abuse where one should defend or say it a mean thing where it would serve just as much purpose to says good thing A resident of Frankfort is not knocking for instance when he eai he does not like Lexington and fault with the way Le ln Is t aged or with the toad hlc is there He is not su fend Lexington But wh e same things about hlsjj he is knocking That m wing a fine distinction and it can be the better illustrate an r way To find fautt wit baseball teams in Pl31u is all right and proper bu beheone or cause the team Jf that is knockingAnd ptffck How HHC easier it is the good thi Tin life and row buquets than iPis to say mean things and pick flaws The Qp timist speaks feelingly on this subject efor he has been a victim of the tack broughtsa copy of the News last week and pointed out to him a typographical error that was rather glaring Anoth er finds something else wrong and if thore was anything good in that pa per The Optimist never heard of It until last Sunday when balm was poured on the wounds caused by the typographical errors And that was real balm too for those tackham mere were beginning to wear through tho surface And that is a sample of the trey it goes through life The faults are noted carefully and written down In the memory book ready to be dug out at moments notice But the good Is also noted the only difference being that it is not thought to ba right and proper to tell anybody about rho good If one hears something agreeable about another why not tell that other person It would make him or her feel better and would make life more talkls heads anti tanking them vain A man who allows sincere corpllmentd to turn his bead is not solng to do ranch to get those ioraplluieiits and if he d sarves the compliments he will have brains enough to held hint down to a proper level Iud he is not going to cmb up very high as long as the knocker is sittns there waiting to swat him in the head as soon as he comet up enoughr Lift is well worth while but It would bo more worth while if wa did not have the knocker and Frankfort would be better oil if the knocker would move over Into Indiana The other day out at the baseball ga r there was much grumbling because the street cars were crowded They woe cussing the company for not hair k more tars yet everybody piled onto the front car until It was cover i with humanity They would have piled to that fitnt car just the ratite if there had boon a hundred cars waiting to- ro to town and if they had not been atlo ed to pile on and had been forced to fit down or stay off the car would all have been sora and would have sworn at the company worse IJirn ever Time was wit we had to wulk to the ball games or hire rig but now we can get aa onto mobile for a nickle that will take u to the Iame and we kick because it Is nit tjiven over to our use exclusive y If any man dont like Frankfort there ore no strings tied to him and can pack up and leave Tns OpU mist knows one young man who from his conversation one would imagine would rather be In pergatory than here yet he stays If The Optimist felt badly about it The Optimist would go galloping on the first train The Optimist came to Frankfort not only voluntarily but willingly and he perfectly satisfied to stay here He has found a delightful town with many advantages which are not vo4 sessed by any city that is the size Louisville for instance and inhab by Interesting entertaining peo No people are more hospitable know how to make one at home quickly and the Optimist has kick coming at all but he would like to suggest that If everybody would push and boost and see the good things and forget the bad there would a lot better chance for everybody They tell this story on one of the teachers in the public school although may not be true It is a good story 110I I A Great Array Of Bargains I IN TAILORED SUITS I Awaits the coming of careful buyers They must obey the inexorable law of this store they must go in their seasonITailor and for summerfor cool days in June chilly goswaysandSummer inlyfelt IIstockthe2200 Suits go for 1725 3500 Suits for 28502500 Suits go for 1895g for 3150 Jw O KAGirc r BRO Ii Gool Airy Shady Private AND THEY LAST FOR YEARS tyudor Patent- edREENFORCED HAMMOCKS Vudor PORCH SHADES LAP FURNITURE Exclusive Agency For Old Hickory Furniture ALSO LAWN SWINGS GEORGE H STEHLIN FURNITURE AND CARPETS anyhow One day Willie who had just moved into town went to school Willie had not come into actice contact with water properly comingled with soap for some time He was- what might have been termed messy and the teacher sent him home with- a note to his mother suggesting gently but firmly that Willie be scrubbed down with brush No ordinary bath would be sufficient The next day WilI lie showed up with the note from his mother to the teacher The note read he aint no rose Dont smell him Learn him Story writers who have wierd and 23 r if w 1 o b o lJ f f a as It A Hot OnelA WARM ONE FOR THOSE WITH A SMALLfJIHERES IF YOU HAVE A LOT FREE FROM DEBT WE YOU A HOUSE ON IT AND YOU CAN PAY FOR THE HOUSE BY SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTSJUST nANDTHIS MATTER OVER AND LET US EXPLAIN TO YOU Ii liJIiI SCREEFT t Your Home NowtBEFORE THE FLIES AND INSECTS GET BUSY WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS 2 AT PRICES WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERYONE 9 WHY NOT BEAUTIFY YOUR LAWN BY KEEPING THE GRASS CUTWE HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF Lawn MowersEVER SHOWN IN THE CITY AT PRICES FROM 300 TO t 1400i r ALSO AGENTS FOR North Star Refrigerotors Sherwin Williams Point WE SOLICIT YOUR PHONE ORDERS AND MAKE PROMPT DELIVERY J1 R f SOWER HARDWARE CO Incorporated = Both Phones 16 MAIN STREET Z t u novel plots are frequently accused of too great stretches of Imagination and of detailing something that Is beyond the possible F B Fleenor who is superintendent of construction of the new capitol wrote a story some years ago which detailed the bloody career of a woman who enticed men to her country home and murdered them It was a gruesome story and Mr Fleen ors friends who read it the story has never been published wondered how be could imagine such a horrible story They told him that it was out of the question for such a thing to happen like that and for that reason It was an Impossible story Yet the story has boon reproduced SATURDAY MAY iWIn the Guinness case at Laporte mad There a woman lured men to her homeland killed them Another peculiar co incidence is that In Mr Fleenors 1 iJstorybeing burned This is what happened to the Guinness house The real facts at Laporte and the facts as detailed In Mr Fleenors story are so similar that it Is really remarkable and if the story had been written after the dis coveries on the Guinness farm insteadrof before one would have said that WFeenorsinteresting but he never sent it to f any publishers and wrote it for his own amusement t t iATUIDAY MAY 23 1908 INEWS ITEMS FOR THE WEEKI C FARMERS Soctety Calendar MAY 26 The ladles of the First l Presbyterian Church will en tertain with a white shower on Tuesday evening in tho f parlors of the church White articles will be sold by ladles f c In white costumes An ad mission of 25c will be charged 1t 1which Includes refreshments ff i f r1ti 1 MAY 27 if Mrs R W Dehoney and- Mrs C E Collins will enter tain the Married Ladles Eu oftfMrs Dehoney on Elks Place Wednesday afternoon tMAY 27 Bensonrr 1s residence of Mrs Jno Moore at Choatvllle Wednesday evening Refreshments will be served t iJUNE 3 Mrs Hubert Vreeland and Mrs Russell Rodman will en tertain the Lofting Club at srthe home of Mrs Vreeland i on Shelby street Wednesday f afternoon- KNIGHTS TEMPLAR AT LEBANON r Frankfort Commandary No4 was offitplar of Kentucky at Lebanon during the week by Past Grand Commander Geo A Lewis Em Sir Mason P Brown and Sir Knights Jno P Sel Mjbert D L Holland C D Wells C S I Reading J R Nuckols and J F Har l f court WHITE SHOWER AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 4T The ladles of the First Presbyterian church will entertain with a white w shower next Tuesday evening at which white articles of every description will 600ds LADIESiA SPECIAL OFFERING IN TAILORED SUITS NOBBY STYLES SPLENDID VALUES AT 1500 AND 2000 SILKS IN NEAT CHECKS SPECI IAL 50c- WOOL SUITINGS IN LIGHT SPRIN MIXTURES OR STRIPED EFFE WORTH 100 YD SPECIAL 69c j TAN SILK GLOVES AND HOC CORRECT LEEATHER SHADES MATCH THE OXFORDS MATTINGS PRETTY CARPET SIGNS SPECIAL 25c MATINGS NEAT CHECKS SPECIAL 15c ROOM SIZE RUGS SPECIAL 10 15 ND 2250 LACE CURTAINS SPLENDID VAL UES 150 300 AND 500 be offered for sale by ladles attired in white costumes In addition to this of strawberries Ices and cakes will be served There will also be a candy table at which delicious home made bonbons will be on sale A malt admission fee of 25c will be charged which will Include refresh ments STAG PARTY UP KENTUCKY RIVER Mr Charles Whitehead pleasantly en tertalned a party of friends on Sun diy last with a trip up the Kentucky river In his launch Helen Dinner was served the party near Tyrone and enroute home they were served a fish supper at Turkey Run Among Mr Whiteheads guests were Messrs Jno R Sower Chas J Weitzel Jas Heen ey Edward Moran P J Manning P B Lillis R J Lynch C E Collins and William J Gorman THE MARRIED LADIES EUCHRECLUBThe Ladles Euchre Club were most pleasantly entertained on afternoon from 3 until 5 oclock by Mrs Jas A Sullivan and Miss Kate Newman at the home of Mrs Sullivan on Lewis srtreet The parlor and dining hall were quite at tractive in decorations of varied spring blooms Mrs Jas G Noonan won the first prize a handsome crys tal picture while the second prize a beautlflul silk belt was won by Miss Kate Newman After the game a de licious Ice course was served the members of the club who are Mesdames R W Dehoney J P Noonan Jas A Sullivan Thos J Brlslan Jas G Nonan C E Collins J J Brislau Cletn Benninger Ben Marshall V Be bench G B Salender Jr and Miss Kate Newman MR AND MRS BERRYS PARTY TO OLD CROW Mr and Mrs Geo F Berry delight fully entertained a party of friends on an Inspection trip to the Old Crow distillery Monday The party left the city on a special train over the Ken tucky Highlands railway at half past ten oclock in the morning and re May Sale of White goods OUR TREMENDOUS SALE DURING THE PAST WEEK WAS SO MARVELOUSLY SUCICESSFUL THAT THE LINES WERE DEPLETED THE STOCKS HAVE NOW BEEN LY REPLENISHED AND WE ARE AGAIN ENABLED TO OF FER SUCH VALUES AS THESE SHEER WHITE INDIA UINONS WORTH 10c A YARD SPE CIAL DURING WHITE SALE AT YD7 12c LINENFINISH SUITING 36 INCHES WIDE WASHES AND IRONS BETTER THAN ALL LINEN SPECIAL YD12 12c WHITE QUILTSSEE OUR FULL SIZE WHITE QUILTSIWORTH 125 EVERYWHERE OUR PRICE LACE CURTAINSWHITE NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS 54 INCHES WIDE 3 38 YDS LONG SPECIAL PRICE 98c LADIES ALL LINEN PLAIN WHITE GOOD QUALITY EACH NEW LOT BORDERED LAWNSB 20c YD SPECIAL AT YD HANDKERCHIEFSI SHIRT WAISTS LADIES WHITE LAWN 125 SPECIAL EACHu Dry refreshments Wednesday THOROUGH Carpets turned home at one Following the trip they were served a delicious lun HotelI guests were Mr and Mrs Wm L Cannpi Jl111IrsCornelia Bush Mrs Mary H Bradley Mrs Cheney of Poughkeepsie N Y IrenaIntngham Mary Swlgert Hendrick Alargle udley and Mary Bull and ir Hume and P J Man UBENTERTAINED fg Club met Wednesday ith Mesdames W H and y at the home of Mrs W H Posey on Todd street For the pleasant occasion the handsome residence was quite attractively decorated In a mass of spring plants and cut flowers A much appreciated di version of the afternoon was some beautifully rendered solos by Miss Ge nevleve Posey At 5 oclock an ele gant luncheon was served the club members and their guests who were Mesdames L P Tarleton James Hughes Eli H Brown S J Shackel ford William Railey William Simp son Chas Strasser W T Reading J Bushitine Reynolds Josephine Hughes Jen nle Farris Ralley Pattie Williams El tale Leavey Virginia Nunn and Sallle Page PLEASANT EVENING AT FRUIT FOREST Miss Mary Anderson Vaughan de lightfully entertained a few of her friends at her home Fruit Forest on Saturday evening last and the many young people who came during the evening were welcomed cordially Many different games were indulged in by the young people and at ten oclck the guests were served with Ice cream and cakes Some of the guests entertained dur ing the evening were Misses Cordle Cardwell Ruth Graves Jennie King Flora Moore Katie Hawkins Flora Bryant Izetta Wright and Messrs Brown Stone Dennis Blankenship Will Hawkins Claude Stone Jessie Cardwell Jim Walnscott L Bogus Herbert Hawkins Cecil Cook Herbert Harrod Burget Wright Lewis Regan Ed Cardwell Lester Hawkins Frank Cardwell and Richard Moore Nourse spent the weeK In Versailles the guest of Mrs Geo Wm Rogers Clay and son are with Mrs Clays mother Mrs Sydney Clay on West Third street inLexingtonMrs H Grider has returned to her home in Richmond after a short visit with friends here Mr and Mrs J K Watson of Win chester have returned home after a short visit with relatives here Mr and Mrs Geo Salender spent last weeks end the guests of rela tives in Cincinnati Miss Flora Rea has returned from Louisville where she spent a week with Mr and Mrs Henry W Roy Mrs Kate Pilkington Is spending the weeks end in Lexington as the guest of relatives Mrs Margaret Clark o4 Lexington came Wednesday for a visit with re May Robards spent last weeks end with her father Mr Westley Ro bards at Harrodsburg Mss Virginia Terhunne has re turned to her home In Harrodsburg after a pleasant visit wth Mrs Frank P James Mrs James Love has returned from a visit of several days with relatives In Cincinnati Mr Jno A Lutkemeler of Louisville spent Sunday wIth his mother Mrs W C Lutkemeler and family Mr and Mrs S W Howell Jr have returned from Covington where they spent several days as the guests of Mrs Howells relatives Mr and Mrs D W Farlelgh and children of Louisville spent the week here as the guest of Mrs Farlelghs parents Mr and Mrs Eugene Phil lipsMfrs Emma F Newman has turned from Cincinnati where IShe spent several days as the guest of Mr and Mrs Jas L Newman at Avondale Mr Frank Phillips of Louisville spent Sunday with his parents Mr and lira Eugene Phillips on east Main street Miss Eloise Booe has returned to Cincinnati to resume her studies at MusicI Lexington of Mr and Mrs Guy H Briggs and family Mr J C Hubbard returned home Thursday from a trip through the South In the Interests of the Ford Johnson Co Miss Virginity Nunn entertained as her guest during the week Miss Elsie Leavy of Midway Mrs James Smith and daughter MyrMfc spent several days during the week as the guests of friends in lexI- ngton Judge Wm H Yost of Madison YHle was here during the week on h slnes tore the Court of Appeals anddJ of relatives In Louisville Drane spent several days in during the week the gues I Misses Totten in Woodland Ir Mrs Huston D Wood In Louisville dur alIsguests at the Seel y Lyons was In Lexington week as the guest oft en V M s has returnel from Loe spent several da sf P W jhurch Jones and toer Mrs B Rojf Mias re turned from Louisville wRre she spent several days the guest of re latives Mr Thoa Alexander has returned from Harrodsburg where he spent a week the guest of his father Mr Edw Alexander Mr Julian Chinn of Buffalo N Y came Wednesday for a visit with his parents Dr and Mrs Geo W Chinn Mrs Wm J Lewis and daughter Misses Bessie and Fanny Lewis spent several days in Louisville during the week as guests at the Galt House MSS Fanny Eales has returned from Richmond where she went as a delegate to the Christian Endeavor ConventionHon Trimble who has been spending several months in Wash ington reached home Wednesday Mr and Mrs Jere Brlslan Sr have returned from Crescent Hill wheN they spent a week with Mr Wm J liandlehr and gamily Mrs Canada Rodman of Louisville came Thursday fora visit with Miss Prue Hunt Rodman on Second street Miss Mason Montgomery has turned from Louisville where she spent several days as the guest of Emmie Scott spent the week in Lebanon as the guest of Mrs Wm L Rankin Miss Coranelle Crutcher was in Louisville several days during the week the guest of friends Mrs Thos Geary and little daugh ter Le Grand o Lexington were here during the week as the guests of Mr j Buford Hendrick and family Mrs Belle Sanders Allen has turned from a vsit of several days with her sister Mrs Owen W Thomas at Louisville Mrs Jno W Rodman and daugh ter Miss Gladys Rodman have re turned from Louisville where they spent a week at the Seelbach Miss Elizabeth Burke of Winches ter spent Sunday here the guest of Capt Matt Matlgan and family Mr and Mrs J Gray McLean spent several days this week at Crescent Hill the guests ot Mr R Boyd Robert son and family Mr H A Gretter attended the State Photographers Convention In Louisville during the week Judge Warner E Settle left Wednesday morning for Kansas City Mo where he went to attend a meeting of the Judiciary Committee of the Presbyterian Church Mr and Mrs Jas L Watson and Mr Jas L Watson Jr have returned to Lexington after a short stay with Mrs Watsons sister Mrs Jennie P Cardwell Mr Starling Swlgert has returned to his home in Nevada after a pleas ant visit of several weeks with his aunt Mrs Stapleton Johnson on Second street Mrs George H Armstrong of Grand Rapids Mich who has been visiting her sister Mrs Owen W Thomas in Louisville is now the guest of Mr and Mrs Jno W Rodman on Todd street Misses Kate Newman and Katha rifle Marshall leave tomorrow for Louisville where they will be the guests of Mr and Mrs Thos B New man and Mr and Mrs Wm C New manMiss Stella Knickerbocker of Falls City Nebraska came yesterday to spend the summer months with her sister Mrs Bowen S Henry Mr and Mrs D P Davis of Third street had as their guest during the week Miss Greenbaum of Louisville Mr and Mrs Henry F Lutkemeler spent the week In Kansas City Mo where Mr Lutkemeler went as a dele gate from the local branch to the Annual Convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America which held Its session there this week Mr and Mrs Geo L Willis and children of Shelbyvllle who have been making their home in Washing ton during the past session of Con gress where Mr Willis was secre tary to Congressman Harvy Helm passed through here Thursday en route home where they will spend the Natilie Martin returned Wed nesday from Staunton Virginia where she has been attending schol during the past year She leaves on June 1 for New York where she will join a 1i rWEITZELS SPECIALS THIS WEEK II raTs II SPREADS CRASH MADE STYLE LAWNS GROCERY QUALITY AND PRICES- The Higher The Quality The Lower The Prices WE MEAN THAT ON REALLY SUPEREXCELLENT GROCERIES OUR PRICES ARE CONSIDERABLY LOWER THAN WHAT YOULL FIND IN OTHER STORES IN FACT THE MAJORITY OF THE GROCERIES WE CARRY ARE NOT BE FOUND IN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN ANY PRICE THEYRE TOO TO FIND READY SALE IN ORDINARY STORES THATS WHY WE MAKE A SPECIALTY THEM EVEN LOWER PRICES THAN WORTHLESS STUFFS ARE OF FERED FOR ELSEWHERE DEPENDABLE GRO CERIESLOW PRICES A COMBINATION THRIF WILL NOT IGNOREVW Williams South DRISCOLLS OLD STAND BOTH PHONESxST CLAIR STREET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All advertisements in columnsarerfive cents per line for each insertion and be paid for strictly in advance FOR SALEWe haTe a flrt class 1 horse power Water Motor that we will sell at a low figure Apply at this office tf FOR SALEA 400 acre farm in Henry county All but 75 acres in grass well fenced 4 good barns and a 7 room twostory farmhouse Apply to S this office 252t FOR SALEEight Plymouth Rock hens and rooster year old and best blood They are of the Harry Clubb strain Also five Black Orplng ton cockrels of best breeding Will sell cheap as I lack room- I have both Plymouth Rock and Black Orpington eggs Rocks 150 and Orpingtons 250 per fifteen T F TALIAFERRO Shelby St Frankfort Kentucky Old Phone party of friends who sail for conti nent to spend summer months Ex Governor and Mrs J C W Beckham who have been making their home at Senator Thos H Paynters residence on Shelby street during winter have taken rooms at the Capital Hotel Mrs Julia Beckham and Miss Elenor and Master Cripps Beckham are visiting at Lake land after which they go to Nelson counnty to spend summer The following Is from the New Or leans Item of Friday May 15 Lieut Simon Bolivar Buckner U S A who was guests of cousins Mr and Mrs W C C Claiborne en route from Panama left last night for post Fort Sam Houston San Antonio Tex Lieut Buckner is a son of Gen S B Buckner of Kentucky a former Governor of that State and a nominee for the vice presidency of the United States on the Palmer and Buckner ticketiiiiiii ri- PAGE FIVE LOT BED 100 LOT BATH TOWELS 15c LOT LINEN 10c YARD 4 LOT READY SHEETS 49c LOT NEW YD SEE OUR SPECIAL LINE FANS 25c 50c 75c to 500 t I TO AT FINE OF AT TY PEOPLE 217 these to one one 453 the the the now the the his his 10c For SaleTwo Steel Roller Mills four rolls each Also four horizontal Fre Tube Boilers All In good condition W A GAINES Frankfort Ky FORSALE CHEAPWe have a 32 Inch Paper Cuttar in perfect candy tton that we will sell very cheap Address this office tt FOR EXCHANGEWe have a Smith Premier Typewriter in good condi tion that we wtill exchange for a Remington In like condition Call at this office for particulars For Sale A handsome twostory frame residence of sign rooms Ritzy attic over entire house This houn is superbly built and finished dnA has all the latest modern impror ments For terms can at this of lIce WantedOne thousand foxes Will pay 150 apiece and will pay cash You can either draw on me or s nd bill and I will remit promptly J D Stoghlll Shelbyvllle Ky 4t Mrs M J Myers of Cynthlana came up yesterday for a visit of sev eral weeks with relatives here Mr J H Hodges of Louisville was among the visitors here during tha week HUMAN FILTERS The functions of the kidneys Is to strain out the Impurities oC the blood which is constantly passing through them Foleys Kidney Remedy makes the kidneys healthy so they will strain out all waste matter from the blood Take Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and It will make you well For aala by all druggists PAGE SIX WOULD DEFEAT MOTT AYRES yr Unless He Cast His Vote For Lexington Threats Cause Him Ji i vote At Last Democrats To Meet In Blue grass June 11 JOHNSON BOOM HERE STAVED OFF k I Threats of opposition to Mott Ayres as committeeman from the First Con I gressional district and numerous tel egrams from men in his section of the State had the desired effect here Tuesday and Mr Ayres cast his vote for Lexington as the location of the next Democratic State Convention Mr Ayres was for Louisville up to a short time before the State Executive Com mlttee met to decide the place fd r holding the convention He went out for a walk with Clem J Whlttimore z member of the Democratic State Ce q tral Committee from the First DIs afteYr being gone a short time he went tc Col W B Halderman and told hire f that Lexington would get the vote o f the member from the First District adva cate of holding the State Convention in Louisville and came to Frankfort intending so he said to vote for Loui- Ville but telegrams began piling in o him from men in his district who sal he ought to vote for Lexington The telegrams were sent at the instance of the men who were working for Lex ington and who prompted the men in the First district to work on Mr Ayers Then as a finishing stroke Mr Ayres was told that if he did not vote for Lexington over Louisville he woul be beaten as committeeman in the First district that the opposition to him would be so strong that he would not be able to overcome it In view a i of the number of telegrams which he received Mr Ayres was inclined to rbelieve that this threat could be made good and he wanted to be committee- manl so he changed his mind at th last and gave his vote to Lexington- In order to stave off any effort to Btart a boom in Kentucky for Gov John Johnson a resolution was adopt ed declaring in favor of Bryan for pres ident Three resolutions were in the committee but the one offered byt A B Rouse finally was put to a vote and adopted after there had been some discussion of the advisability of setting a precedent for such action rx It was thought by some of the committeemen that it would not be wise t to indorse any one at this time as the committee has to pass on the call for the convention which will instruct for a presidential candidate There ha been some talk of a boom for Johnson and a possible fight in the State Con vention so it was thought best t check this by a resolution endorsing Bryan Convention June 11 June 11 was fixed as the date for 1 holding the State Convention County iiconventions in counties which do not contain more than one legislative dis trict and legislative district conventions in counties containing more than one legislative district are to be held on June 6 to select delegates to the State Convention Louisville representatives thought they had the convention cinched when they secured the proxy of Mr Hawn of the Eleventh District Mr Hawn lad promised that he would vote for Louisville but Lexington was getting after him pretty strong and he was about to change his mind It is said t that he had about decided to vote for Lexington on last Saturday but Louis- Ville showed up with his proxy and this threw consternation into the camp of the advocates of Lexington for th p y did not see how they could get the necessary votes W F Klair and Sen jator Thomas A Combs of Lexington pre not the men to give up even In l4 the fact of certain defeat however and they went to work They brought other influences to bear These in fluences were against Louisville be cause of the action of the three Demo crats from Louisville who voted against Gov Beckham and elected W- O Bradley to the Senate These in fluences selected Mr Ayers as the man on whom to use their power and a3 the committee was not called to order until one hour after the time flxei in the call the Lexington men were given time to work They worked so effectively that when the committee met Mr Ayers voted for Lexington and Louisville lost ote a Surprise Mr Ayers 5urprised everybody in eluding the Lexington men by chang Ing his vote as it had been understood for two months that he would vote for Louisville and he has made no see cret of the fact that he would so cast his vote Lexington conceded that Mr Ayers would cast his vote for Louis ville and up to 11 oclock that morn fag the hour set for the meeting It was conceded that Louisville had the convention won having the proxy o f J F Hawn of the Eleventh district With Mr Ayers vote this would have given Louisville seven votes and would have settled it But the com mittee was not called to meet at oclock and shortly before the chair man did call the committee to order Mr Ayers told the Louisville men he vould not vote for Louisville but hal changed his mond and would vote for Lexington When the final show down came this is what happened an Lexington won Col W B Halderman the member of the committee from the Stateat large told the committee that Louis- Ville would line up for the Democrat ticket just as actively and enthuslas vonnthe convention and he stated his be lief to the committee that there would be no factional fights In Louisville this fall He said the city intended to claim Itself to Democracy and would make it unanimous if Lexington cured the State Convention Delegation From Lexington The committee gathered here that moms1bers of the committee being present delegationdcame from Louisville but there was no concerted effort on the part o Louisville to get the convention The Commercial Club had declined to make a fight for the convention and only u few men were really interested in securing It for Louisville When th committee was coifed to order at 12 Capdeidthat room was filled with men ant it looked lilts old times to Dee Democrats gatheied here again Percy Haly secretary of the com mittee called the roll of the commit tee and showed eleven members pres ent in person and two by proxy as follows First district Mott Ayers Second district R B Bradley Third district G W Roark Fourth district Btsecoe Hindman by proxy held by John W Vreeland Sixth district A B Rouse Seventh district W A Lee Eighth district J Norton Fitch Nint district W A Young Tenth district Finley Fogg Eleventh district J F Haiderd1man StateatLarge Col W B Hal eman and Lewis McQuown Mr McQuown announced that the committee was ready to hear from the representatives of any city wished to extend an invitation to th Democrats for the State Convention George R Hunt presented the claims for Lexington Col Haldeman then presented the claims of Louisville Lee Wainscott on behalf of Win Marshalldpresident of cratic Club of this city invited the convention to hold its sessions in deloegates would get a cordial welcome and be well cared for W A Young then injected into the meeting the only politics which was heard during the session He said he was for Lexington and the reason he was for Lexington he said was because he would ride a hundred miles to sleep with a friend rather than spend the night in the house of an enemy He said Louisville had been In the habit of losing the election just before every State convention so as go before the committee and make a plea that help was needed and use this as an excuse to get the State conven tion He said he was tired of this and while he did not expect or hope to change a single vote he wuld feel relief at being able to say what he thought on the subject He declared that Louisville had stood up to the battle line better when the convenion was held in Lexington than it ever had when the convention was held in joulsvllle There was a Republican convention held in Louisville recently said Mr Young and it was dominated by the police who beat and ran over the met attending that convention They were Republican police working under a Republican mayor and if they would do L that to u Republican GodUn6vs what they would do to a Democrat Mr Young thought Louisville trverlnothing and should not get the convention t VIILLSON ES Delegates To Ken Fellows scam OFFICERS ELEC TINE BUSINESPTRA IN ONE DAY The Grandj Odd Fellows of jfy nupjrere on Wednesd annual session The session V1 held In the House of Repres PKives chamber with about 100 delegates present from all parts of Kentucky The address of welcome on behalf of the State was delivered by Gov Willson who was introduced by Lieu Gov Cox who is a member of the Grand Lodge Gov Wilson spok briefly The address of welcome on behalf of the city of Frankfort was delivered by Mayor E E Hume and the address on behalf of the Frankfort 1Odd Fellows was delivered by Thom as H Crockett The response to all deliverdAfter a prayer by the Rev Dr J S Sims the Grand Lodge went Into executive session The report of the grand scribe R G Elliott shows the number of encampments to be eighty The number of members on January 1 was 2347 a gain of thirtythree The following officers were elect ed J C Umbaugh of Paducah grand patriarch E A Gulllon of Carrollton grand high priest Allen Heath of Newport grand senior warden G W Edwards of Versailles grand warden R G Elliott of Lexington- grand strife B J Durham of Danville grand treasurer John S Gaunt of Carrollton grand represeii tatlve Richmond secured the next meeting of the Grand Encampment to be held in May 1909 Frankfort Leads In Race For Pennant BEATS VERSAILLES AND LEXING TON THIS WEEKCRUTCH ERS GOOD WORK Blue Grass League Standing Clubs W L Per Frankfort 7 2 777 Richmond 3 667 Lawrenceburg 4 4 500 Shelbyvllle 4 5 A441 Lexington 3 6 333 Versailles 2 7 2221 thehgames this week Lexington was beat en on Sunday by a score of 6 to 6 the game being won in the last in ning when Wright hit to center for two bases Then on Wednesday Ver sailles was taken into camp in a close and interesting game by a score of 2 pitchingea fast and reliable man in the box Ver sailles landed on him safely only twice Sam Jell Raising Goats In Breathit County Sam Jett of Winchester has a thou sand acre goat ranch in Brejithitt county It is mountain land and is enclosed by a wire fence His spe cialty is the Angora breed The fleece of this goat is what is known in trade as mohair and is very valuable Large quantities are imported though there Is a heavy duty on it fOR SALE TWO FRANKLIN FARMS One known as Joseph Clarke Homestead located one mile from Frank fort near the Shelbyvllle pike Con tams about 115 acres including a virgin forest of red cedar trees a main house a tenant house large cow barn etc Now used as a dairy and garden farm Inexhaustable supply of waterNo2 Known as Sugar Grove or Clarke deceased Located Immediately on the Shelbyvllle pike one tails from Frankfort This place con thins about 85 acres on which there Is a virgin forest of sugar maple and walnut trees This is the best loca tlon about Frankfort for Subdivision into suburban lots- I am offering these farms at 1- 00iiIiiiiii LOOKDOWN the LIi C C And if you dont see what you want come to our store and Call for itwe have the goodsat 3 3 O4and 500 s BRADY BROS THE SHOE MAKERS per acre subject to tenants lease to November 1st 1908 Possession of ill Main House and yard at once p For Hull particulars address CHAKLES J C GRANT Admr Agt 311 Garfield Bulldnig Cleveland 0 We would like to show you our superb line of up to date samples ot modem priaWng it ri lo SATURDAY 1901 Perkins Transfer Co L All Kinds ofHauling Moving 9 Household Goods Freight Bag gage c iPRINCIPAL OFiL W FREIGHT DEPOT t Real EstateiTHE C PITAL REAL ESTATE COMPANY offers for salert the following bargains In real estate IN SOUTH FRANKFORT Residence of five rooms renting for 1400 1850 Residence of four rooms good garden and stable 2100 Residence of six rooms bath and garden 3000 d Residence six rooms garden and good stable 2600 New twostory residence all modern Improvements 6750 IN NORTH FRANKFORT Residence four rooms bath thre building lots 2500 Residence of five rooms three building lots 3000 Residence eight rooms for two families 3100 Residence seven rooms arranged for two families 3700 Apartment house rooms with good building lot10000 A THORN HILL Residence four rooms with good building lot 1175 Residence ten rooms brick for two families 2500 Residence four rooms cistern and good stable 1200 jWe also have a number of good building lots for sale located In tWeOffice over WeitzePs storeI it CAPITAL REAL ESTATE CO- i t OFFICE OVER WEITZELS STORE BOTH PHONES TIME TABLE L N R R CO Frankfort Ky May 13 1908 Trains East Bound No 18 departs 950 n m dally except Sunday No 16 departs 430 p m daily ex cept Sunday No 20 arrives 641 p m daily ex cept Sunday stops at Frankfort No 62 departs 833 p m Sundays only Trains West Bound No 19 departs 535 a m daily except Sunday No 17 departs 920 a m daily except Sunday No 15 departs 400 p m daily except SundayJ No 61 departs 755 a m Sundays only O TrainsEast Bound No 22 departs 1015 a in dally No 24 departs 7i46 p m daily OWest Bound No 21 departs 940 a m dally No 23 departs 615 p m dally A V HITE Agent ENTRAL KENTUCKY TRACTION COMPANY ftchedul effective on and afttt December 3 1107 Cars will leave Lexington for Von rallies and Frankfort every hour tnm 100 a m to 600 p m Inclusive Cars will leave Lexington for Vet allies at7pm 9 pmand 11 p m Cars will leave Versailles for Frank fort every hour from 645 a m until MS p m Inclusive Cars will leave Frankfort for Vii allies and Lexington at COO a m nd every hour froth 730 a m untH 730 p mo Inclusive Cars will leave Versailles for Lex niton every hour from 815 a m an 115 p nM Inclusive and at 101- ftunlntlme m Lexington te VemH lies 48 minutes Versailles t Frank frt 45 minutes J B CRAWFORD General Manager Good printing and moderate prices our hobby i t r t MAY 23 27 WhoiWill Be I President This is a Presidential Year and every manImust read to keep post edon politics The f firCourierHenry Watterson Editor- Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints tlie news as it develops Onekdollar a year ie the price of the t r j Weekly CourierJournal hH t But you can get that i Paper and the r Weekly News Both One Year For 150 l 1 A If you will send your order to This Paper JJ Not to The Courier Journal Daily CourierJournal WyIitr 600 a Year Weekly CourierJournal 200 a Year We can give you a corn bination Cut Rate on theIe if you will write this paper enclosing cnh with order r SATURDAY MAY 23 19Q8 URGE GOVERNOR rTo Grant Pardons To Jim Howard and Powers Stream Of Letters Pours In The South 1 l IFromt n Also Muchl- nj terested In GasesI 1k iDECISION MAY COME AT ANY TIMor Streams of letters from all the country are pouring in on Go grara and James Howard and every pos ble ptesure is being brought to bear on the Governor to have him part both men The officials county at State of many southern States near ly all of whom are Democrats have written to GovWllls on and ask that he pardon the men accused the murder of William Goebel D ing the last few days most oil t iletters which have been coming have from the South All this has Its effect on Gov Will son although It is said by his secre tary McKensie Todd that no ma knows how he will decide the cases and he will try not to be influent by the pleas which have been pour in upon him The Governor will cide the cases according to the facts as shown by the record it Is stated by him and he will not let outside inc fluence control him but it is an im possibility for him not to be influen ced In a measure by the constant pleas which are being made for t pardons All this has its effect necessity and the opinion that will pardon both men still prevails hereWhen the decision will be annou- ced is a problem which no one c solve for the Governor himself do eaInot knodw He will not make at prediction but it is known that he nearly through with the records at that he has only a few more days work before he will have read andMfamiliar with all the facts as brought out at the trials Mrs Willson Is taping an active interest in the cases and wants Howard pardoned espe cially It was stated here sever alA tI days ago that the Governor had pro mlsed Mra Willson to pardon Howa but this was denied officially and i is said that even Mrs Willson do 83 not know how the cases will be de cld ed While he is waiting for the decision r of the Governor and is hoping t he will be pardoned Howard is lug his regular work in the penlten tlary and has made a model prisoner tTh warden says he has no fault to it find with Howards conduct Howard himself is hopeful and has made his hedIs one jWhnt these plans are but ho says he rhas no charges to answer If he is of the sentence for the alleged 1n rder of Goebel Moses Glenn Gets l TreasureELECTED TO RESPONSIBLE POSI TION BY GRAND LODGE OF A O U W ti Moses R Glenn formerly secret of the Railroad Commission has been elected treasurer of the A O U W of Kentucky and will have his a 7In Frankfort He was chosen er tahard fight In the grand lodge de afeating Thomas H Beard it banker of Bowling Green He was electedE to succeed James G Bowling Green who died last we Mr Glenn made a hard fight to sect the next meeting of the Grand Led for Frankfort but was defeated sraflf vote As treasurer of the grand Mr poi100000 a year and the position is very responsible His many friends hero will be glad to know that he been honored with so important a so willglad be p fortrneglectIindications of kidney or bladder trou blgJiat may result In Brights dlseaao len Fbleys Kidney Remedy will correct irregularities and strengthen those organs Take Foleys Kidney Remedy at the first sign of danger For sale by all druggists FRANKFORT BOYS RETURN The Frankfort soldiers who have been on duty in Bracken county re turned home Tuesday night having been ordered back because they were not needed Col E W Lillard came down with the men from Franks having private business here A Gen Johnston said that he had hen nothing new from the scene of acts ties in Bracken county and that the sitauation is quiet GOOD TOBACCO SALES Sales on the Paducah market of a soclatiou tobacco aggrega hogsheads this week W B bought 144 hogsheads of lean from 10 cents to 13 cenJ Wright bought six hogshea at 7 to 9 cents Price Taylor Loses waul TRInE D marsGelPrice lf Taylor a cowboy formerly 4d50 the cowboy girl in Justice Spauldlngs court at St Louis Taylor said he dirofre otherh be w a bethrothal present Taylor said merely a gift contended Miss hall The court agreed with ti girl nTaylor presented the sparkler cember 19 1906 and on February 12 DilnneapodWhen I get to Chicago I will set you what belongs to you and not to If you cant write me when Im the stage therell be no writing when Im off Taylor wired back Dont wait un nuhe1 wilOtStahereceived that telegram But you didnt send him the dla I1ac sent him what was his not what calmlisr yedofmayetbeFor Secretaryship S BENNETT WILL NOT HA OPPOSITION FOR REPUBLICAN rdCOMMITTEE itDOpposition to A S Bennett as secretary of the Republican State com mittee has blown up and It Is prac tlcally certain that when the State Jdacally unanimous vote of the committee Samuel Young of Glasgow who is said wants to get into politics in the State has been a candidate for the place as secretary but it is generally conceded now that he will not have sufficient following to cut mu figure in the race for secretary Mr Bennett was in Frankfort on Thursday and said that he had enough votes pledged to give him the place He is a candidate for reelection and his record has been so good that Republicans over the State want h secretaryrWoodford Mallets Carnegie Hero Money WaryASfairs BULLD O G REAL RESCUER filceClifford V Graves of Versailles Woodford county has been awarded bronze metal and 700 with which pay his debts by t the Carnegie Fund Commission The feat of ekGraves was that of saving a man 11rengdowny and a red man and with no weapon save a cketknife with a fourinch blade he F- Iattaclted the bull which also knocked him down and would have killed him arrivalndbull animal turned Its bauoth rown to escapee e SERIOUS RESULTS FEARED rYou may well fear serious results from a cough or cold as pneumonia and consumption start with a cold Foloys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and colds and pre BUbIIUutesJ l I toA Night Rider Raid Victims Will Sue ACTIONS TO BE FILED IN FED FORMERtitrdBRACKEN COUNTY MEN Many civil suits for damages against alleged night riders are so to be filed in the United States District Court of Kentucky by former residents of Bracken county who ha r lit of this State as the re by the bands of lawle e been operating in an Jen county Many fam rt driven from Kentuck tyre they have acquire and they will sue in the rt following the example selBJ llWlert Hallowell who sued at Paducah It is believed that in this y much can be done to break up night riders In Bracken and 0th counties adjacent- In addition to these suits it is ex pected that numerous arrests will be de In Bracken county this week n Roger Williams has goneSo Bracken county and is now In command of the State troops there Co E W Lilian who has been In co mand of the State troops there will remain in active service in Bracken but the soldiers will be under t ect control of Gen Williams who t the ranking officer Componiesi6aur SchDeCAPT W N HUGHES WILL GO llsOUT ABOUT JUNE FOR TRIP dOVER STATE Capt W N Hughes the regular army officer who is stationed in Kentucky to assist the Adjutant Generals department In the reorganization of the State Guard will start about June his annual inspection trip and l Inspect all the companies in the te He will be accompanied by an officer of the militia and they will sea In just what condition the State Guardi of Kentucky now Is Capt Hughes will make his inspection rigid being a strickler for regularity and the various companies of the three regi ments are prepared for a severe In They hope to be able to ke a good showing and are preparing to present themselves In a a firstclass condition ADVERTISED LETTER LIST The following islist of letters PoatolliNailey Miss KateIIavis Miss Elizabeth v Farris George Fisher Miss Mary F Jarmon Miss Elite Johnson O 0 udy Florain ynn Miss Dora Oleds Miss Eliza Perry Mrs Ellen Riley George- Satterwhite J W Sebree Frank Sitto Ernest F chmith Horace =Sofge Dr Rr Strong Alex Col Thompson Dr J R Warren Louis Webster Richard letinitare say Co G L BARNE3 P M KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1907 as ar as reported Officers of are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates Stanford July 223 days Georgtown July 285 days Winchester August 46 days Danville August b3 days exington August 105 days Uniontown Augustll 5 days Burkesvllle August llidasPerryvllle August 123 days 07Broadhead August 123 days 3Springfield August 124 days Lawrenceburg August 181 days 54 Shepherdsvllle August 184 days Carroll Gallatin Owen TrlCounty ionir Sanders August 194 days Vanceburg August 194 days Barbourvllle August 193 days ofErlanger August 203 days London August 264 days ElIzabethtown August 263 days Shelbyvllle August 2b3 daysApBurlington August 264 Germantown August 264 days Morgantown August 274 days Somerset September 14 days Paris September 15 days Hardlnsburg September 13 days Fern Creek September 24 days Monticello September 84 days Hodgenvllle September 83 days Glasgow September 94 days Falmouth September 304 days r vJ J Frankfort GJnoinnatt BB the Midland Route Local Time Table IN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 o ILJAlLY KXUKPT o81 M 4SI 15IOlp686ona GeorRetewn a 2069F 600veParis Jnnctn 646 6Nserg Union Depot with e UflCn Depot with Kentucky nkfort Union Depot with L ORT A CINCINNATI P PK 900 Lr Frankfort s tA 710 8eerBKTWEKN rRANKFOBT k dNdlNNATlVIA PAats dH P IdPM 16I766 Lr Nso Ar Cincinnati t 966 lgENTUCIITr CENTRAL B B POINTS wrU aoAii ijrankfon A Ill ji6A7aHP aJFS94ifFh0rolA Cynthiann L 6WJ m0112 A Richmond L wt Clnrlnnfttl L Q- G HAYPreA5 A Chesapeake Ohio Ry SuitJett Limited for LoafsTllIc 5ashTille Xcphial West and SuthWeit 940 A1 DailyLirlted ftr tTaiklBgtcH Baltimore PbiUdeJ OlflPelat1016 1 K sad 745 PI28lyr Louisville aci Rallwau EAST BOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Itt1nIlem tnd 1220 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Train s from Bettyrlll ami liter mediate points attire at Yeraalllw 0111015 L m end 536 R m ON SATURDAYS ONLY TraIt Verealllea for Richmond aad Intermediate points at 710 a ON SUNDAYS ONLY Trail testes Richmond for Versailles aao Intermediate points at 355 p m The L A A and the Tractioa LJm affords excellent service ltete Frankfort and NicholasvUle k1eIa mood Irvine Beattyvllle mad Interm dlate points For fntker OmMtlCi s MRe R SMITH Q P A Versailles Ky KENTUCKY HIGHLAND RAIL ROAD Beginning Wednesday December 2tb the Kentucky Highland Railroad put on a regular passenger trot jetween Frankfort and Old Crow Trains leave Frankfort at f oclock Lm dally except Sunday return = eng leave QJd Crow at 5 F m Double daily passenger service will be pat on between Frankfort and Mill vllle as soon as the construction It completed probably about Jaaaary 1KITrumbo Cllffside Jet rat obt1fnI Gardners Z6s Old Crow lire Old Taylor lOt MlUvllIe 86e Minimum charge lOo Commutation ticket books good for trips and good only for use In cal endar month isued and for the per to whom Isued Between Frankfort and Old Crow J600 Between Frankfort and Old Taylor 800 Issued by P T MANNNO Supt proved by S S BUSH Pre THE BEST WHISKY for the money to be found In the city at GEO B SALENDER All goods sold under Pure Food GuaranteeI PAO iMN If You Buy ThemiOF SELBERT THEY ARE SECURE THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN I l NICEST AND BEST LINE OF Watches DiaIDon s an Cut Glass TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY OF FRANKFORT I 7 M Ae SELBERT JEWELER If You Buy at Selbtrts Its Good DO YOtt WANT AHOMEAFTER I 1fTHAT ENTERS HIS MIND IS TO OWN A HOME OF HIS OWN WE ARE NOW INAUGURATING A PLAN WHEREBY EVERYONE NO MATTER HOW SMALL HIS WAGES MIGHT BE CAN OWN A NICE SUB STANTIAL HOME FREE FROM ALL DEBT IN A SHORT TIME JUST FOR AN ILLUSTRATION FOR A 1500 COT TAGE YOU WOULD ONLY HAVE TO PAY 150 DOWN AND THE BALANCE 20 PER MONTH UNTIL PAID WE WOULD LIKE TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT THIS PLAN AND WE BE LIEVE WE CAN INTEREST YOU WE HAVE A GREAT DEAL OF GOOD CITY AND SUBUR BAN PROPERTY FOR SALE AT VERY REASONABLE FIGURES J II SMITH VIIREAL ESTATE AGENTS 4 V =The typewriter user always expects more and better service from the RemingtonTypewriter HehasRemington CompanyIncorpontcd New York and Everywhere 426 4th Avenue ouisville Ky wPAU EIGHTSATURDAY 1MAY 23100 AMAGNIIICENEYIANO 07EI4AISOLJtELYIIEEEar- lyin September we expect to move into our new store on the corner of Main and St Clair streets and this new store is going to be the most beautiful and the most beautifully equipped of any in Central Ken tacky Now of course we want to move just as few goods from our present store to the new one as possible for we want to open the new store with an absolutely new stock And so to stimulate business for the next two mouths as well as our grateful appreciation of the rapidly increasing business which has made our new store necessary we are going to giveaway on Monday July 20 a magnificent upright piano and the condi tions on which we give it are very simple HERE THEY ARETo every one making a cash purchase or a payment on account at our store between now and July 20 we will give coupons to the exact amount of the cash purchase or the payment on account These coupons will be transferable In other words you may give your coupons to your friends or your friends may give their coupons to you You may keep these coupons until noon July 20 or you may deposit them whenever you wish in a box you will find at the front of our store The coupons deposited in this box will be counted weekly by a committee of three and the result announced in the News and Journal The coupons will be 5c or multiples thereof and every 5c coupon will count as one vote The only thing you have to do is to write on each coupon the name of the person for whom you wish to vote The person or society for whom the most votes are cast will get the piano absolutely free Begin Right Now to get CouponsYou may want a piano yourself You may belong to a secret order or school which wants a piano In either case all you have to do is to hustle a little Ask your friends and neighbors to save their coupons for you They will be glad to do so Get them interested and they will work for you Get to work right now for such a chance will not come again THE PIANOIs on display in our window Its BannerCote is endorsed by many of the best conservatories in the country has a handsome mahogany case splendid action beautiful and full tone and is guaranteed for ten years by the makers and by us Come in and see it and realize just what it is that you are getting a chance to get absolutely free f NOW REMEMBER That the person who has the coupons which amount to most in dol lars and cents will get the piano and that with every cash purchase and every payment onaccount you will get coupons representing the exact amount of your purchase or payment Contest begins todayand continues until noon July 20 when all coupons must be deposited None will be received later than noon July 20 and the winner will be an nounced in the next days papers It is needless to say that during this contest values and prices at McCLURES will be exceptional Joz1t aIiss 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