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FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWSfAND ROUNDA OUT f OL XXXI FRANKFORT KENTUCKY JUNE 6 1908 P7a 39 HENRY mm IN THE RACE i For Chairman Of Democratic Gommittees Has Strong Backing In ea ly AH Districts Rufus Vansant Will Also 1Foetor In Contest ISONLY RECEPTIVE CANDIDATE With strong support already pledged tohim Henry R Prdwitt of Mt Ster ling formerly State Insurance Com i candldate for chairman of the Democratic State central and executive committees Thus far Mr Prewitt is tie 1 only announced candidate Rufus Vansant the millionaire lu Tier niati of Ashland will be Mr Pre itts opponent for the chairmanship Mr Vansent was in Frankfort sev eral days ago and told a personal friend that he was not seeking the place but if he was chosen as chairman of the State committees he woul accept Mr Vansant has always be- n party man and has fought for the Deocratlc party at all times Hf r friends claim that he will be elected 1th Ct1Se TJMr Prewltt took time by the forelock in his race and while he went out quietly and without any unneces nary noise he has already corralled the support of many of the party leaders and there is a formidable arraYj of those pledged to him In the First district Ollie M James and Charles K Wheeler and backing Mr PrewittB chances In the Second district Congressman Owsley Stanley Jere Wood son and others who are strong there Mn the Third district Henry Hines and 1 others In the Fourth district ConE gressman Ben Johnson is for Mr Prewitt and the Fifth district will b for him Judge John M Lasslng and All e Young James N Kehoe and Fin ley Fogg make a quartet in the east ern half of the State who are favor- ably to Mr Prewltts candidacy Judge fS W Hager Is also one of his sup porters In the Eighth district Mr Prewltts candidacy has been received with approval and he has strong backing in the counties of that dlstlfctt foIr the past two months and has stolen a march on his opponents allying with playedIso a l f the Democratic party In Kentucky dur Jgtho last eight years These men j are all his personal friends and many of them have been politically friendly to him so that when he comes out as a candidate for chairman of the Stateti committees these men are to ofsupport him Mr Prewitt will have opposition although no one has come out against him but it Is certain that there will be two candidates for the jlace Mr Prewitts friends say that F ho can beat anybodY that put Ulb IMr Prewitt made a fine record I he was a State official and conductedh the affairs of his office IAs insurance commissioner he obtain a 1 ed a reputation that was more State wide and his ideas and advice were listened to by Insurance commis stoners of other StatesfNEW MANAGER POPULAR of Howard Johnson is manager pf the Frankfort Hotel now and will have charge of affairs at that pace The and Mr Johnson will proceed to build up the place Mr Johnson Is popular far Frankfort and with the traveling public and will make the hotel as popular as ho is his rt r iI J PARDON CASES DELAYED While there was a tip outthat GO Wlllson would hand down his deci jion In the Powers and Howard case on Saturday it is practically certui- that the tip was a bad one The ernor has not begun to write his t ion in the cases and It will rei several days for him to get hh ons in shape to be printed so definitely known that the declslol the famous cases will not come before the middle of next week If then It is even intimated here today that the Governor may not decide the cases before he goes to Chicago to attend ConventionrSaturday to go to the convention and the decision may have to wait he returns from that trip aithoug- he may finish up before that time REMITTEDe jai sentence which was Imposed on C S Browning town marshal of Corbin who was convicted In the Laurel Cir cult Court of carrying concealed a deadly weapon It seems that last sum mer during the Laurel county fair Browning went Into Laurel county to arrest an alleged horse thief He carried a pistol with him and while it was lawful for him to carry the weap on in Corbin he could not go outside the town with the pistol concealed carryca weapon an d convicted He has paid the fine GOV BEGKHAM MAY DEACANDIDATIw FOR TEMPORARY CHAIRMAN 0 STATE CONVENTIONTO BEAT STANLEY Unless some strong man can be againsdStanley Gov J C W Beck ham will be a candidate for tempo rary chairman of the Democratic States Convention which meets in Lexing ton next Thursday It is stated by the friends of Gov Beckham From the same source It Is learned that th friends of Gov Beckham expect him to be Indorsed in nearly every county In the State so that he can go to the State Convention with strong support It Is understood that Gov Beckham does not want to be a candidate for temporary chairman of the convention and would rather stay on the floor but It Is said that the situation now seems to demand that he be a candidate Mr Stanley was never friendly to Gov Beckham and the friends of the former governor do not want Mr Stanley In the chair For that reason they will put up their strongest man and that Is Gov Beck ham himself Whether or not he will be able to beat Mr Stanley is a quesI etlon which can be decided only after the votes have been cast An intimate friend of Gov Beck hams said yesterday that Gov Beck ham would not take any part In the convention and would not make a fight to control it He said Gov Beck ham would not have anything to say in the convention and probably would not make any speech although he be- lIeved that if he wanted to do so Mr Beckham could dominate the conven and do with It as he wants SHANKS ifffo- BE COMMITTEEMAN SEEKS TO SUCCEED J NORTON FITCH IN THE EIGHTH DISTRICT W H Shanks who represented county In the Legislature at last session is out for the scalp J Norton Fitch member of theI Democratic State Executive Committee and there Is a deal pending brtwhich Mr Shanks will get pretty strong backing for the place Mr itch is a candidate for reelection Mr Shanks thinks he can win has been over the Eighth dis laying his fences and is going to the State convention prepared to matte fight for the place Mr Shanks was one of the leaders- on the floor of the House loot winter the Senatorial deadlock and for Gov Beckham to the best his ability Whether or not he has the backing of the friends of the former Governor in ids taco for commit teoman Is not known here but it Is understood that they will be behind him Mr Fitch has been committeeman for several years and no kicks have been heard on the way ho hits conducted the affairs of the party In district MAY CONTEST r iuuntys Vote In Convention i Two Delegations May 60 To Lexington ehr As Committeeman DEMOCRATS URGED TO BE PRESENT Franklin county may send two dele potions to the State convention in Lexington although every effort i now being made to prevent a fight In the county mass convention which will be held at the court house this afternoon at 2 oclock There will not be any scrap over the Instructions as far as the presidential race is con cerned as everybody is for William Jennings Bryan but the fight will be over the selection of a member of the Democratic State executive committee The offer of the Democrats who are beFhind anybody selected by the other side from a list of twenty to be fur nished by what Is known as the anti downtand unless the unexpected happens there will be a lively time in the coun ty convention on Saturday The friends of Mr Meagher who want him to be a member of the te0 make a fight for him and thewill want his home county instructed for him or the delegation made up men f who will favor his candidacy They have decided to get behind him here and will try to control the convention Those opposed to Mr Meagh er for political reasons only will alao go to the county convention prepared for a fight and each side will insist on a fair and square deal If the losing side Is given a fair show and Is beaten squarely it is probable that they will accept their medicine and send a contesting delegation but there is a strong tip out now that the losers will take the fight into the State convention Each side is prepared to send a contesting delegationI Democrats from all over Franklin county will be present here today to attend the convention and the courthouse will be filled to the doors when the convention is called to order The Franklin County Democratic Club has covered the county with dodgers call ing the attention of the Democrats LoI the county convention and urging the importance of every Democrat in the county being present This will in sure a large attendance at the county convention and will give the Democrats a chance to express their sentiments as regards the delegation to thet State convention Peace envoys are still working to prevent a split in this county and in sure only one delegation but it seems now that they wllll not be successful and the question of which delegation entitled to the vote of Franklin county will have to be determined by committee on credentials at the State convention Merry Widow Hats Now Drug On Market MILLINERS CANNOT SELL BIG CARTWHEELS WHICH WERE ONCE SO POPULAR Merry Widow hats those top pieces which were wide of brim and which caused so much chatter and spatter In the public prints are no more Fashion hAs decreed that they are not to be torn any longer and the pendulum has swung bock the other way Now the small hat Is the thing and in a short time the cart wheels contraptions will be relegated to the highways and alleys Then it will be possoble for the preacher to be sen In arch anti for the moving pi viewed without the aid o ereen will rejoice t y Widow is to be ban Is he does not have to pa one but the woman who but r paid some 20 for a hat of this Tuna and peculiar charac ter will not Tom Costello who sells fashfodab millinery for a large house in Cin cinnati was here the other night and says the Merry Widow Is dead that he cannot sell them any longer and the cry now Is for small hnt which are tipped In one direction Qr another t The jobber is stuck Mr Costello says as he has on hand a bighatsat greatly reduced prices Hats which vyere sold for 18 are now selling fpr 450 and are a drag on the marketat that Mr Costello says Mr Costello has been on the road for forty years yet he does not look Hsover Kentucky which has been his territory for the entire forty years hebeens traveling He made Kentucky towns when he had to travel In stage coaches and before the railroads had made travel easy Mr Costllo has a base ball nine In his family He has eight sons and the smallest one of them Is six feet tat Mr Costello makes the ninth man on the family ball team and they can put up a pretty good game OWSLEY STANLEY 1 FOR CHAIRMAN Will Be Candidate For Tern porary Officer q Has Strong BacHing Fromill Over State LEXINGTON CONVENTION NEXT WEEK In only a few days the Democrats of the State will gather in Lexington- for the convention at which delegates will be sent to the National conven tion in Denver The instruction of tne delegates is purely a perfunctory af fair as there Is no thought or Idea except W J Bryan but in the rear ganization of the party there is no such unanimous ideas and the main terest in the convention will be the organization of it and the selection of committeemenThe of a temporary chairman is the first thing on the program and for the position of temporary chairman Congressman Owsley Stanley will be a candidate His namo will be presented to the convention as suitable person to preside over th temporary organization Mr Stanley will come with the backing of the First and Second districts and Congressman Ben Johnson In the Fourth district Is alo committed to him This will give him strong support and In addition he will gather a large number of delegates from the central portion- of the State Mr Stanley has devoted a greater part of his time and talents for the last few years to the tobacco move meat and he has been the champion of the tobacco planters not only In his own section of the State but also In the Burley district He has In nearly every tobacco growing county In the State and to the tobacco growers he is an Idol Mr Stanley has fought for the tobacco growers in Con gress and It has been said that he was the man with one idea that fobacco and the lifting of the burden which- s carried by the tobacco growers o Kentucky These tobacco men will support Mr Stanley for the position of chairman of the convention and when his name Is mentioned there Is certain to be a demonstration that will be almost an ovation ROBBINS NOT A CANDIDATE Mayfield KyDemocrats all over the State have urged Judge J E Rob a bins to permit his name to be pre seated for temporary chairman of the Democratic State Convention but so tar he has refused WILL INDORSE Ol HALDU For Delegate From Stateat IeLarfie To Denver Louisville Democrats Are All- s Of One Mind W A Head and J W Vree land For Committeemen BOBBIE BINGHAM GETS HARD JOLT- s Special Correspondence LOUISVILLE KY June 5Youc- an take It from me that the delega tion from Louisville to the State con Con vento In In Lexington next week will fairly exude harmony The lines 1are being laid In advance by the leaders with the active and sympa thetic cooperation of the boys in the trenches and when you have them all working that way a unity of mind is bound to follow When the district convention meets in Lexington just before the State Convention is called to order W O Head will be elected state Central Committeeman to Suc ceed Mr John W Vreeland who has had a long and successful tenure in that office Mr Vreeland will be elected State Executive Committeeman to succeed Mr Biscoe Hindman The delegates will name Mr Vreeland as tone of the delspate BWtb1Nutfaaal- District and Judge Walter Lincoln as the other Both of these gentlemen will need no instructions as to how to vote for a presidential candidate Mr Vree land was one of the organizers of the Young Mens Democratic Club In Louisville In 1896 If I am not mis taken tIe Idea of the club was Incu bated In his mind Judge Lincoln was one the first members of the club and it was around this organization that the support of Mr Bryan centered in the memorial conflict Col W B Haldeman at present member of the committees from the stateatlarge will be endorsed by the Louisville delegation as one of the delegatesat large to the National Convention It Is believed by his many friends that they will have little difficulty In see curing strong enough support from the other delegates from out In thee State to put him over the plate Of the two delegates from the Fith District to tlie National Convention Mr Vreeland represents the Democra cy that has long been in power in Louisville while Judge Lincoln repre sents what had come to be known as the Whallen wing of the party The agreement among tne leaders of old Louisville upon Messrs Vreeland and Lincoln Js the first tangible effect of the gettogether policy of the Louisville Democracy The refusal of Judge Robbins to al nlow his name to be used as a can dilate for temporary chairman o the State Convention Is taken to mean that he will support Congressman Stanley or that position Up to now Mr Stanley is the only announced candidate It is believed that Judge withtan harmonious convention at Lexington and If Mr Stanley appears to be the choice of the delegates he will dorse him for the position and give him his activa support As time wears on some interesting little stories crop out showing the discomforture of some of those whore not in sympathy with the move ment to stop all party strife in Louis ville Among the most diverting Is ono they tell about a visit which L W Bingham Mayor by appointment 1JI of Louisville during a brief and trou ble making period paid to John H Whallen Colonel Mr Bingham is quoted as saying I understand that you are now lorking In perfect harmony with Bill Haldeman Thais WhoK len w truefjPHedfi Do you realize that that eliminates me from the race for Mayor MruBingham is reported as saying with the suspicion o ars In his voice I do replied Col Whallen Which seemed to be news to Mr Bingham Senator A S Bennett holds an un r easy seat as secretary of the Republl can State Committee Just after the State Convention the rules of the party were violated to postpone the election of a secretary for which of flee Mr Bannett was a candidate to succeed himself The postponement f t was at the request of J Frank Taylor a member of the committee and since then appointed Surveyor of the Port at Louisville Mr Taylor at thetimes- aid that he had a friend down home who wanted the pace Mr Bennett is now wondering just how strong MrI Taylor will be with the committee In view of the fact that he holds an important Federal office and that in the recent primary the Federal office holders set In the check all over theI State for Mr Taft THE INSIDER 7y New Capital Will Be Ready By November FRANK ANDREWS SAYS HE CAN MAKE POSITIVE PROMISE OF THIS ttKentuckys new capitol will be ready for occupancy by November or Frank Andrews the architect for the building will start something When he was here the other day Mr An drews said regarding the time when th n w capitol will be finished and roveintoI will have it ready by November or there will be something doing Mr Andrews prediction as to the time for the use of the new building Is believed to be accurate and conservative and It now looks like there Is no reason for longed delay In us ing the building The marble floors will be laid within the next two months and by that time the pump Ing plant will be well under way soyAthat as soon as the heating and light Ing plants are In condition to work there need be nothing to prevent the use of the building Dr Ben L Bru ner Secretary o State is going to be the first to use the building as he will move the corporation department r of the office Into the new capitol as soon as It can possibly be occupIedI Railroads Must Have Smooth Working Windows JUDGMENT OF PULASKI CIRCUIT COURT AFFIRMED BY THEt COURT OF APPEALS The Court of Appeals holds in an opinion handed down by Judge Carroll in the case of the C N O T P railroad against Mary Lorton on ape peal from Pulaski county that a rail road must have its car windows in proper working order The court lays down the mandate that the car windows and every part of the car must be in such condition as not to be dan gerous to the passengers Mary Lor ton was riding on a train the first time in her life when she was injured She was a passenger on a train on the Q C from Junction City to Burnside As she says in her petition this being her first ride on a train she wanted e to see the country through which she passed and had the window up so that she could see the passing land scape The window was refractory as car windows frequently are and would not stay up It fell twice and a man raised it again each time Finally it fell for the third time and mashed the womans hand which was lying in the window She brought suit for damages and was given a judgment of 325 from which the apr peal was prosecuted It was claimed by the railroad that the woman was guilty of contributory negligence but ithe court here holds that she was not iIliItj SAGE TWO BRYAN PLEASED Congratulates All Louisville Democrats On ReUnion State Leaders Of Party All Plead For Harmony Ollle Jgj sSayg He Belpi To No Faction PEOPLE WANTS BICKERING TO CEASE Harmrny the burial of differences and the absolute laying aside of all forms of revenge on the part of past or present Democratic leadera was not only the keynote but the burden of Strong and able speeches made by five well known Democrats from out in the State before the Old Guard Bryan Club of 1896 Saturday night at The Seelbach in Louisville Formerr Congressman Charles K Wheeler of Pfttucah Hal Corbett of Paducah Urey Woodson National Democratie Committeeman the Hon Jere Sulli yrvan of Richmond and Congressman Ollle James of the First District were all cheered to the echo last night as they pleaded to the Democ andkcarry the banner of the party to sue cess this fall They demanded absolute harmony at the State Convention and asked that there be no contested delegates from Louisville Through Mr Wood thetDemocrats of upon getting speaker said that the rank and file of Democracy of the State de manded a reunited party teach speak er declared that Kentucky was a Democratic State and that only dis sensions and personal differences among the leaders caused the defeat of the party at the polls last year When the Hon Jere Sullivan shouted that the people had a right to demand that the leaders past and present get together and work for the success of the party the applause was deafen ing The same outburst of cheering was repeated when the Hon Ollle I IA James explained that he belonged to no faction and that only strife and bickering were responsible for the de feat of the Democratic party All the speakers were especially in iVlted to address the club by a com r mittee appointed for that purpose after the club was called to order d by Vice President James P Gregory f Urey Woodson National Committeeman was the first to address the club Mr Woodson said it gave him much pleasure to address the Old Guard Bryan Club as he remembered many of the members bacK in 1896 J IMessage From Bryan I am a bearer of a message to you and all the Democrats of Kentucky from the next President of the United tates William J Bryan He wants 4harmony among the Democrats of Kentucky He has been coming to Kentucky ever since 1895 making speeches for the party He says he t wants to hear nothing more of fights In the Democratic ranks He has f1heard of the Democrats of Louisville getting together r I have never known of a conven r tion in Kentucky where there were no contesting delegations from Louis vllle but I hope such will not be the case at the convention in Lexington this time Mr Bryan wants no more division among Democrats in Ken tucky He asks that we forget our differences this year I am glad to know you are coming to the National Convention in Denver I will see that you receive every attention poasible Kentucky has not made the showing Jin National Conventions heretofore as I would wish I hope it will be different this yearIDemocrat Without Hope of Reward I am a Democrat without expecta ftion or hope of reward said former Congressman Charles K Wheeler as he was introduced to the audience III am a Democrat because I believe the principles of the Democratic par- tyu best conserve the interests of the people I never intended to bea candi date We are now face to face with the greatest issues the world has ever saw The speaker took a crack at President Roosevelt in which he said that he was the most dangerous man who i has ever sat in the White House He said that he had purloined most of AAthe good things advocated by Democrats to boost his own interests In aPakerJsate that he was the greatest man living today and if elected President t j ind he was confident that he would be he would make the greatest Presi dent since Lincoln He declared that he would always be honest and tin purchasable end that he could not be Intimidated by wealth or influenced by powerWe on trial in this campaign and we must make good Insidious enemies have entered our camp There has been war lately In Kentucky which ia a disgrace to the State Let us stand from now on as the bea con light of Democracy o the Nation Let us select leaders not swayed by office or by hope of present or future reward Let us nave nothing but harmony in the State Convention Let each man there fight for the est and the ute sue cS offllirty Irrespective of per sonal interest or gain Lay Aside Personal Feeling Hal Corbett began his speech by saying that the time had arrived when men should be put in the lead of the Democratic party who had oth er Interests save that of aspiring for Office Said he Whatever your feelings may be against another man In the party you must rise above them now What Is any one man compared with the future of the Commonwealth No great thing was ever accomplished unless there was a compromise and concession somehow or somewhere It must be done If we want to see the Democratic party in Kentucky come Into Its own again which it should do I hope delegates to the Na tional Convention will be named fa vorable to all We want Kentucky to come back to its own and it can not do it unless the Democrats get together and forget all past differences We want everybody to come back We need such men as Watterson who is a great Democrat and a great editor No man Is his equal at expounding the principles of Democracy when he so wills We not only need him we must have him We need more men like Carlisle in the party Away with factlonism Let not this be a fight for the supremacy of any man but slmpy for the success of the Dem ocratic party Mr Corbett was loudly cheered all through his speech and the applause was prolonged at the mention of the name of Henry Watterson Mr Wheel er and Mr Corbett left for Paducah at the conclusion of Mr Corbetts Hon Jere Sullivan talked at length on the principles of Democracy and especially on how the Federal Government was infringing upon the State rights m der the Republican party rule He said that the Demo cratic voters must redeem this State In November by giving the thirteen electoral votes to William Jennings Bryan Said he Demands That Leaders Unite Our dissensions gave this State to the Republicans last fall We have a right to demand that the leaders past and present get together for the success of the party There seems to be a spirit of union prevailing now which we have not had for the past twelve years I hope the convention will be harmonium No principle di vides us I am truly glad the Demo oats of Louisville have got together and buried the hatchet and if the Democrats in the State will follow suit victory is ours this fall by 40000 majority I believe the paty will unite at Lexington and send a solid delegation to Denver undivided in sentiment and feeling Congressman Ollie James was greeting with enthusiastic cheering when he was Introduced Said he Rank and File to Lead I am always pleased to speak to the Old Guard They fight they diet but never surrender I dont belong to any faction in Kentucky I am bigger than any faction in Kentucky Kentucky Is naturally Democratic The white people the intelligent and propertyowning people In Kentucky are Democrats Nothing but strife and bickering brings defeat to the Democratic party In Kentucky The time must come when any man can run for office without the sanction of any machine We are going to have a State Convention and when the Democrats assemble there a new mode of warfare will be announc ed The rank and file of the Demo- cratIc party will command and the leaders must obey Men must lay bickerings aside and if they can not lead then the people must lead I anticipate no trouble at the Lexington convention When the cause revengeIis bad The Democratic party must Invite recruits and not kick Demo cratsout of the party The remainder of Mr James speech waS devoted to National issues He reviewed the work of Congress in which the Republicans he said had utterly failed to make good a single promise to the people I We would like to show you our superb line of op to date samples of modem printing t I MARCH HONORED Promoted To Grand Master Of AIO H Workmen LAWRENCEBURG MAN WARMLY RECEIVED BY HIS HOME PEOPLE The Anderson News says W P Marsh who has en Dola ant Grand Master Worl e Ancient Order oeUnitf- or the Sate of Kentuc so efficient in the disc duties in that poaitloj d Lodge which met In ille last week promoted him to the Grand Master for the State of Kentucky In that order without opposition Mr Marsh telegraphed the good news to Mr J R Paxton Master of the local lodge Afterconferrlng wth members of the order the Commercial Clurt and friends It was decided to give Mr Marsh an ovation on his arrivel here Friday night Headed by a brass band they marched to the depot and as he aighted from the train the band struck up the tune of The Conquering Hero Comes After boing con gratulated by those assembled there headed by the band they marched to the Anderson News office where Judge W E Dowling In a beautiful oratorical strain on behalf o the Commercial Club and the citizens of Lawrenceburg welcomed him on the honors bestowed upon him He spoke feelingly of Mr Marshs life among us and his earnest efforts in trying to build up the Interests of the town and county and spoke of how Lawrenceburg was honored In having one of her citizens elected to this exalted position in so great an order as the Ancient Order of United Work Marsh responded in a delight ful ten minutes speech in which he thanked the citizens of the town for the unexpected and delightful recep tion given him After a hasty review of the work accomplished in the last two years by the order he then again thanked them for the honor shown him and stated in the future as in the past he was the first and as in the future as in the past he was first and all the tlm3 for the best In terests or his home people eINo jToers WOODFORD COUNTY GRAND JURY PASSES INVESTIGATION TO NEXT BODY In its report at the close of its ses sion this week the Woodford county grand jury says We have made searching Investiga tion Into the burning of the George Graddy and John Harris barns burned in March of this year and have heard nothing to warrant the indictment of any man on the charge indicated we have heard enough to create a suspicion with reference to one man having had part In the serious out rageWe think however that another grand jury ought to examine Into this matter and we hand to your honor on a seperate ilipof paper the names of three men whose presence we have been unable to secure because the sheriff could not find them and we ask you to have subpoenas issued for them now and put in the hinds of the sheriff at once that they may be summoned and required to appear and testify before the next grand jury This is a very difficult matter to deal with but upon the Idea mur der will out another grand jury may be able to find evidence warranting an indictment Nineteen Pounds Of La Toilettes Speech ALL RECORDS BROKEN BY LONG FILIBUSTER TALK OF SENA TOR FROM WISCONSIN The largest speech in the world weighed about nineteen pounds That which the Senate official reporters sent down to Senator La Follettes room representing his filibuster talk weighed about that It was rather a humorouslooking product of such an effort as he had made Like all speeches of statesmen it was sent to the speechmaker for revision before it should appear in the Record The little Job of revising the speech will be rather larger than was that of delivering it Hundreds upon hun dreds of pages of talk talk talk in with interruptions rollcalls etc constitutedthe speech Cool Airy Shady Private AND THEY LAST FOR YEARS VudoPatented REENFORCED HAMMOCKS VudoPORCH SHADES LAWN FURNITURE Exclusive Agency For Old Hickory Furniture ALSO LAWN SWINGS GEORGE H STEHLIN FURNITURE AND CARPETS Who Will Be PresidentThis Year and everyman must read to keep post ed on politics Th- eCourierJournal Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic News paper but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the Weekl- yCourierJournal But you can get that Paper and the Weekly News Both One Year For 150 If you will send your PaperNot Journal Daily CourierJournal 600 a Year Weekly CourierJournal 200 a Year We corn1 I ohI u4ki SATURDAY JUNE 6 1901 Bottled In Bond 1 Hand Made Sour Mash The Very Best Product Of the Finest Distillery IN THE WORLD The Geo fIncorporated FRANKFORT KENTUCKY iI JtJ TCREES1 Your Home Now r BEFORE THE FLIES AND INSECTS GET BUSY t f WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF i SCREEN DOORS AND VINDOSk AT PRICES WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERYONE WHY NOT BEAUTIFY YOUR LAWN BY KEEPING THE GRASS CUTt WE HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF IiII Lawn MowersEV- ER SHOWN IN THE CITY AT PRICES FROM 300 TO 1400 ALSO AGENTS FOR 1mWEDELIVERYiJO R1 SfllR HARDWARE CO 1 IIncorporated Both Phones 16 MAIN STREET r Ir rlollr5 and Sense 11 THE SENSIBLE BUYER WILL ALWAYS LOOK FOR WEAR ING VALUE IN A VEHICLE AND HE KNOWS THAT THERE IS A PRICE BELOW WHICH A GOOD VEHICLE CAN NOT BE MADE AND SOLD OUR VEHICLES REPRESENT A r DOLLAR IN VALUE FOR EVERY DOLLAR YOU PAY US WE CAN PROVE THIS TO YOUR ENTIRE SATISFACTION IF iIJREPRESENTATIVE t I SELLER CARRIAGE CO IIH K WARD riifVERSAILLES bination Cut Rate on these if you will write this paper enclosing cash with order PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR C A FISH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Todd Building at St Clilr Street Bridge BOTH PHONES 427 t f j r J 0 0 r 1-CAPITAL J HOTEL IiI E B WEITZEL MANAGER Ir Speoial attention given to the transfer of baggage Use either phone Oldest and best hostelry in the city L flf ict SATURbAY JUNE 6 1908 Ir STILL LEADS Despite Hard Luck and Some t 4soFrankfort In Front By Nos m Pennant Race flood Men Will Be Secured To Help Win Games BICHMOND RUNNING CLOSE SECOND Blue Grass League Standing Clubs Won Lost PO 11 6 47 10 6 25 1Franort 7 6 538 7 9 437 Versailles 5 9 356 Shelbyvllle 4 8 3 33 I By losing to Richmond on Wednes day and to Lawrenceburg on Tues day Frankfort came pretty nearly rakC0 ut still in front by a nose The game r in Richmond on Thursday was not on account of rain and the tplaed boys came back still in frontold Wcdnesdi ay in Richmond on errors Corn ll pitched good ball and was not touched to amount to anything b the hits and errors were mixed up gether and meant runs Frankforts team is all right They area good scrappy bunch of players but they had a slight attack of over confidence that is always fatal to su cess Now they are going in to w 1nl tourinear the top The weak places on the team are going to be strengthened and Frankfort expects to be near theinto top all during the remainder of the base ball boys got back on an Interurban car yesterday afternoon about six oclock All declared that it was only by the hardest sort luck that Frankfort had lost the game to the Pioneers on Wednesday MCNally and Chapman the two new Fishowedbe retained A strenuous effort is to be made by Manager Kennedy to se cure paying material which can make good He realizes that the fans want winning team find is go theIm He says that he hopes they appre elate his position and that he is doing all he can FRANKFORT LOSES Frankfort lost to Lawrenceburg in a poorly played game Ythe Frankfort grounds thfr score Ing 8 to 3 It was Lawrenceburg the way as they went to the fro from the fall of the flag running up five tallies in the first inning This took all the heart out of the home ers who were In a crippled candid and the game was uninterestelng of that first dash Frankfort has a sort l of misfit team some of the best ph ers being absent and the result w rJ iiiSBASE BALL 0 NOTES 1 rt + By a 0 Fan Cornell one of our best pitchers J has more hard luck than any twirler ad r In the Bluegrass League When he Is in the pink of condition and pitches bl league ball he Invariably has no csupport whatever At Richmond on i1Wednesday had he the support he i deserved tho Lawmakers would have Ii easily won the game The Pioneers l only found his ball four times while t the Lawmakers got seven good clean jJIltS off of Gatch the crack Richmond i pitcher Our team dont seem to play l as good ball as they should but we be i Ir lleve that with better signals and more practice we will yet land the priz j1 r for the Capital City hr o goodW to no year the Lawmakers uniform until withuout r a doubt one if not the best shortstops in the league and If he should decide to leave It would hurt us pretty bad ly o Leo Angermeler who has been out 16 1orthe game for some time on account Jofinjured fingers is back in the game If as usual is playing good ball 0fLittle Dick Crutcher is fast com ing to the front as one of the best I and most reliable pitchers in the St- r ate t and we believe he will yet don the unl form of some big league team Or celebratedcal diamond Sunday and Monday and no doubt a big crowd will turn out to see these games The Nebraska In dlans are composed entirely of full blooded Indians and they can play me ball and our boys will have to taketheir ODurThe Lawmakers have signed two whiitfleldJinvebagmen 0 It is hinted that if some of of ball boys especially the outl ones would quit trying to catd of our young ladles and devote time to good hard practice they could play better ball 0The managers would do well If they would hitch up the entire team to lawn mowers the first Idle day they have and cut the grass at the purl This would be economy as several balls have been lost lately in the high grass Get busy and lets have goodE grounds to play on 0If the manager of the Lawmakers will change their captain and let a more experienced man In base hall have charge of the team we believe that we can win three out of fit e games tha rest of the reason We are confident Rasty Wright can handlo the boys successfully and as he Is the man of the club we think it would be proper for him to hold that position 0ut1nockers have been unusual y busy and exphaveeverything the managers of the Law of makers have done But still when you pin them down they are com beecKennedy and Dud Frankfort would be without boyshaveus a good club and digging down their own pockets for the dough to keep it together The are some who believe that the Lawmakers are making a great big barrel Of money out of the game but we happen to be on the Inside and know theyIthe ledger up to the present time fty Hogsheads Of Pooled Tobacco SoldII BOURBON COUNTY 1906 CROP GOES TO LOUISVILLE AND is DETROIT CONCERNS A shipment of eighty hogsheads of the 1906 crop of equity tobacco w asFlzer made from Paris this week fifty hogs heads of the oninbrebCo another Nintt former was here Saturday and wt athaof Con hogsheadst of in the warehouse of Kenney Nichols all of standardas as on Winchester 4INAVY CHEWS MORE TOBACCO In lagmadeother lot of 100000 pounds of the ing tobacco which Is sold ata slag tlI1stedwas recently awarded to a firm whlcr had never before bid for what n considered a years supply of that tlcle It Is found however that thelIe demand for tobacco Is on the increa due perhaps to the discouragement the army surgeons of cigarette am ing against which determined effd have been instituted by the medl offi tlThenbytbeproved and which It Is expected will take place In the present calendar year will make necessary an addition the stock of tobacco n CARDOME COMMENCEMENT The Sisters of Visitation Academy at Cardome In Scott county cordially In Invite their friends and patrons to at tend the Junior entertainment Friday be June 12 at 2 oclock and their com ter mencement exercises Tuesday June at 2 oclock v YOU SHOULD KNOW THIS or Foleys Kidney Remedy will c any case of kidney or bladder trau that Is not beyond the reach of raedl sine No medicine can do more For sale by all druggists cf 1f t Army Worms Overrun Fine tfoodford Farm MILLIONS ATTACK VEGETATION ON COL DURRETTS PLACE EFFORTS TO STOP SPREAD beautiful farm of Col John C rett near this city Is at present Infested with millions of army worms ch were evidently hatched out dur the past week Already they succeeded In destroying aboutI y acres of splendid rye The noticed several days ot given much thOugbtj when It was noticed id advanced about a quar itlo from where they had noticed and were destroy IflTgr everything In front of them When on Saturday It was found had organized Into a vast army and had almost devasted the large rye field and were fast malting their way Into the adjoining bluegrass pastures men were set to work digging trenches across the field in advance of the worms It is thought that this Is the easiest and safest way to check their onward march As yet the worms have not left the Durrett farm and now that trenches have been made it is not thought they will get beyond the borders of this place Of course their move ments will be closely watched and guarded Their coming calls to mind the worm plague which visited Wood ford and Scott counties in 1881 when much damage was done by them before they could be exterminated Col Durrett Is of the opinion that the worms can and will be quickly destroyed by hogs hence will try the eriment of turning in upon them arge number of hogs The result this attack is looked forward to with interest arseeDerbyto THEreBLUE GRASS LANDS BIG STAKE AT LATONIA Plnkola the chestnut son of Pink Coat bred foaled and trained In the bluegrass of Boourbon county this af ternoon won twentysecond renewal of the Latonia Derby in the vendure covered valley at the foot of the Mill e hills Pinkola and Czar faught out throughout the length of this long homestretch while ten thousand people looked on and cheered wildly Pinkola the winner of the Derby a chestnut gelding 3 years old by Pink Coat himself a winner of the great American Derby and PInkolas dam is Wyola He belongs to W H Co The other member the firm Is J Hal Woolford of ofI It was at Mr Woodfords Bourbon county that Pinkola was d and foaled and trained ght Riders Burn erBig Tobacco Factory RAID IN LOGAN COUNTY RESULTS IN DESTRUCTION OF 5000 PROPERTYion The night riders were in the saddle Logan county early Sunday morn and burned a large tobacco fac tory at Olmstead The property which Johhtfor Italian Regie trade The advent of night riders was sig pisnresistancearsay they could not tell how whetherby squadits thecalwas to ground The loss is about 5000Ii insuranceby Bluegrass Seed Men Would Pool Their Crops A number of growers of bluegrass seed held a meeting at the courthouse Winchester Saturday to consider the crop of bluegrass seed It will ready to begin slipping by the lat part of the week and If the weeds and undergrowth do not interfere too much the crop will be a good one The price will probably be thirtyfive forty cents from the stripper An beingblecounty and steps are being taken to unite the Bourbon growers In the same movement e 0 THREEr FREE TO SUBSCRIBERS OLD OR NEW Big Consignment of FirstClass POCKET KNIVESto be Given Away by The FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS LISTENWe 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 lubscribers old or new with a SUBSTANTIAL PRESENT that is always usful This Is The Knife I IOUR O F FE R To every old subscriber paying up one year in CHARGEPOSTAGEknives To every new subscriber paying one OFCHARGEknives The knives are alike and of ex cellent quality SUBSCRIBE NOW 100 A YEAR t TaKe advantage of this offer they las- tFRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWSFRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY INCORPORATED IPUBLISHERS 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 two bladed pocket knife This offer lasts until July 1 1908 We are presenting to the public he llvest weekly paper in the State and we have started on a campaign to double our circulation Help us ac complish this end PREPARATORY SCHOOL Miss Bertha Scott has secured thee of Miss Catherine Paul a graduate of Wellesley College and ex poets to have a high grade preparatory school In Frankfort The course will be four years and embraces the subjects taught in the regular college course a liberal education In itself Miss Emmie Scott will as slat in the primary and intermediate r PAGE all are rv1cera being courses Hammocks Lawn Swings Fishing Tackle Dry Batteries Garden Hose and Tools Alabastine Cold Water Paint FRANK GSTAGG HARDWARE PAINTS SOILS AND GLASS PAGE FOUR Frankfort Weekly News Entered at the postolHce at Frankfort Keri tucky as secondclass mnilablc matter FRANKFORT PJUNTWa COMPANY INCORPORATED A R DUNLAP Editor HUBERT VREELANDPrcs and Mgr t M COYLE Secretary aid Treasurer TERMS 100 IN ADVANCE- ANNOUNCEMENTS if lit Wo are imhorlzed to announce J CAMPBELL OANTRILL of Scot 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 0 cratic Convention September 3 Good for you Mr Walton You have taken the right and proper position Senator McCreary should be sent to r Denver as a delegate from the State at large and your coming out for this programme will have a good effect It will tend to bring together the two vlngs of the Democratic party an- your making the suggestion will lead others to your way of thinking The Idea of going to the State con rventlon with a programme which In eluded the humiliation of Senator Mc aft Creary meant that harmony would be r left off that programme for Senator McCreary has too many friends and supporters in this State to permit of anything being done against him with out further widening the breach which now exists in the party in this State lhe desire to defeat him seems to come only from a few men who have a personal grievance against the Sena tor and who would sacrifice the good of the party In order to gratify a pet ty spite For a time It looked like rthere would be a fight in the conven tlon against sending Senator McC- rear3to Denver but this feeling seems to bo dying out and all over the State e there is a growing feeling that both f Senator McCreary and Gov Beckham should represent Kentucky at the Na tieiiai convention either the parti sans of Gov Beckham nor those who stick to Senator McCreary could ob ject with reason to this plan and 4 probably will be carried out Mr Walton has taken the lead Gov I Bf cl ham had no more strenuous supporter or more ardent follower than the editor of the State Journal and for him to voice approval of the scheme to send Senator McCreary a a delegate means much R W Knott who directs the edi torial page of that most peculiar sheet dubbed by the late R Lee Suter The Evening Pest is having three fits dally because his former ally Col John Whallen has gone back on him and has made friends with Col Haldo man The prospect of Democratic harmony and therefore Democratic success has so disturbed Mr Knott that he cannot sleep at night and his days are spent in raving The oppos- itiontof the Post is the most valuable asset one can have and with Mr Knott fighting for the Republicans one can be sure that the Demorcats will win t If the Posts influence only extended further If the nation followed the lead of Louisville and voted against the Post Bryan wquld walk Into the White House Mr Knott Is now busily engaged In trying to prevent the co alition of the political factions In Louisville for he knows that It means his elimination as a factor In the Democratic party and also means that y the Republican party will never have any more pie to hand out to the Post I The cows roamed the streets of Fnmkiort again Monday and but for the absence of grass would not have Icnown that they were away from their pleasant meadows They made them t selves just as much athome as though they were where they belonged however and walking along Main street was like being a competitor in an obstacle race Wonder If those records in the Pow ers and Howard cases are not tired ofI traveling They have done some tall junketing during the last month wisiteOfs His negv venture and allrhls friends are confident that he will help make the new Bowling Green paper a bright and s newYin it Mr Leigh has been in Frankfort for many years and everybody has a good word to say for him The anti spitting ordinance has gone into effect and the pollee force has been instructed to arrest ery per rs on the side walks ir Fraa6 ort The law is a good one and should be enforced strctly and impartially Big signs have been post ednll over town calling attention to the fact that the law is effective so that no one can plead ignorance ni Geting on and off the street cars now being operated in Frankfort la dike climbing the Rocky Mountains Fat people and old ladles can hardly make it the steps are so high off the ground Many walk in preference to riding because of the difficulty in mounting If the cars are going to rigged for high water as they are the conductor should carry along a stepping block Frankforts cars are not a joy at best and are used only when It is necessary 1Irie Optimist ByARO This thing of carrying around a check which cannot be cashed and having no money In ones pockets Is not much funs especially as the rail road will not accept checks In pay ment of tickets and one by chance wants to go away on a train The banks by virtue of it being legs holiday in honor of the annual decoration of the graves of the those who fell during the Civil war on the aid of the North being closed last Satur day It was impossible to get money from their tightly sealed vaults Wherefore Frankfort was short on cash It was like those days that are past during the financial panic when the banks held onto their available supply of hard and soft money and would not honor a check except by givlrig another check It was a great stunt The trouble tas that everybody forgot to draw any money out of the banks on Friday aud was caught short on Saturday It caused what Iatermsd in Wall street and Is written of learnedly by Henry Ucws and Thomas Lawson a finan cial stringency It was not that Frank plentysof money but could not get to it for it was securely locked up in the bank safes That was the Irritating part of it all One does not mind be ing bmke One grows accustomed to that in time and even becomes com placcnt over It but to have a fat check In ones J Land be unable to spend it Is provoking not to use a stronger term Here were a lot of iticn on Saturday with money in their Dockets represented by a perfectly 3dd check and all their intentions toward conviviality and yet compelled to go dry through inability to find anyplace where one could raise money on that check You ought to have seen people ing to get their checks cashed Even the Capitol Hotel which almost does n banking business without compen sation therefor was unable to cash chocks and people were borrowing one and two dollars from anybody who had it Some people had to stay away from the Country Club opening Saturday afternoon until they could borrow car fare to get them out to the grounds Monday morning was welcomed with acclaim for the banks opened up for business again and money was plentiful The next time there Is to be a legal holiday the banks will be swamped with the bust ness of the day before for there area whole lot of people about here who do not intend to be caught napping b John B Castleman was here the other day pad was telling The Optimist about his experience with l Young E Allison when the latter war a reporter on one of the Louisville papers Now In the beginning it would be well to explain Int In nI city the exigencies of the news sions sometimes demand that are patter go to a mans home to interview him at late hours frequently at rnldilght To be waked up in the mlucle of the night and asked ques lion usually Is not conducive to good fclowuhip and the average man Is ir ritable under such circumstances One morning at the hour of 1 when everybody except the police reporter and the night owl Is or e asleep Mr Amsoas- Gen Castleman It w important but Mr Allis t tancy about going at J wime He went however being directed to do so by his city editor He rang the doorbell with some trepidation and after a few minutes Gen Castleman appealed wrapped In a bathrobe his tall military form looking even taller in the half light from a candle he car ried in his hand Mr Allison not- Ing be familiar with Gen Castlemans ways expected a burst of indignation and would not have been surprised to have been forced to dodge a boot jack Gen Castleman said Why hello Allison how are you Come right in I am sorry I hall to keep you waiting but I could not find tills blasted bath robe right away That was the way of the general and he treated Mr Allison like he was an invited guest who was expect ed at that very hour In talking about the incident here the other day h said he did not see why it was thought strange that he should have been cour teous even at that hour Such things mndo Gen Castleman the best liked man in Louisville among the news paper men and when he wanted any thing from them he got It at once and without hesitancy and the newspaper man was pleased to be able to do something for the general 1oComing up on the L N train from Louisville the other day there oef whom a handsome woman had Hvefl in Frankfort during her girlhood anti she still thought of this place as the best place on earth As the train left behind the fiat lands of Jeffersorfcoun ty and was fairly straightened oul on its run to Frankfort she remarked Now we are getting into Gods we nearly to Jerusalem ask ed the youngster of the party a bright and attractive boy of about five years No replied his mother we are not close to Jerusalem but we are not very far from Jericho 0 hus1bandhighly elated as this was her chief de light Now It happens that Capt Morris is an expert with almost any kind of an arm His wife used to be arald of a gun Just as most women are and had no idea of how to shoot one She met Capt Morris Who is a shootymanlac if a coined word is al lowable Capt Morris fell In lave with the now Mrs Mortis and as a matter of course she had to learn how to shoot She did She learned how completely but sho was never able to beat her Instructor and she worked to that end The other day they went out to the State rifle range to try rifle and revolver shooting Capt Morris shot well but Mrs Morris was better and she made a score that even a mountain feudist might be proud of Capt Morris finished second and Mrs Morris feels elated o The way people in Ntcholasvllle ride up and down the Q C railroad to and from Lexington has led the con ductors on the local trains to become facetious over the conditions and they tell a story over there about it One day as the train stopped and the crowd surged forward to board it a man from the far South stuck his head out of the window and seeing all those people thought it must be a large city He judged that if that many people took one train there must be a large population He said to the conductor This seems to be a large city What Is the population- If you want to know was the re ply just count the people who get on the train They are all hero cept two who are crippled 1 A Great Array Of BargainsI- N SUITS Awaits the coming of careful buyers They must the inexorable law of this store they must go in their season Tailored Suits for now and for summer for cool days in June chilly evenings aid mornings at sea shore and mountain Its a sale for goa ways Irand stajat hgmeyfc io matter where you are the need of a wool suit in- bummer keenly felt Not a g Hp in this sale but has formed part of out regular stockthe J fIerings being the left over sizes of our best selling style Mj e to this sale with your mind made up to se cure some ex es 1500 Suits go Tor 998 3000 Suits go for 2350 2200 Suits go for 1725 3500 Suits go for 2850i2500 Suits go for 1895 4000 Suits go for 3150 G f KAGIIST BRO r i s 1 NO FACTIONS Should Be Allowed To Mas Democratic Harmony JUDGE S W HAGER SAYS EVERY FOReSUCCESS Judge S W Hager of Frankfor who is visiting his sister Mrs G D Mahan in Danville speaking of tilt political situation In Kentucky said There never was a more propitious time than the present for Kentucky Democrats to forget their differences and join in an effort to bring order out of chaos We are now experiencing the most unfortunate result of and every patriotic and partyloving Democrat should manifest a spirit of liberality forgetting past differences for the time at least and turn to the future with no purpose In view save the ultimate triumph of IIprinciplescess to be threatened by selfish mo tives or its possibilities arrested by hatred envy or malice this no good Democrat will be guilty of The omens of Democratic success were never more auspicious than they are today and should the success of the party turn upon the electoral vote of the State it would be an unpleasant re flection upon Kentucky Democrats if a great National victory should be thrown away through the loss of Ken tacky on account of continued strife within the party It Is conceded upon all sides that Mr Bryan will be the Democratic presidential standard bearer this year In past political struggles this great leader has an swered every call that Kentucky Dem ocracy has made upon him and the least that Kentucky Democrats can do for Mr Bryan now is to give him the States electoral vote this fall The platform to be constructed at Lexington should be made of sound Democratic timber be broad enough for all Democrats to stand upon and Iso simple and Inviting that they would feel perfectly at home upon It theDenvertionalism obliterated Governor Beck ham and Senator McCreary should each be selected as delegates from the State at large Such action would be a long stride in the direction of har mony If the Democrats throughout the State when they assemble on next Saturday at the various county seats and places selected for holding conventions will choose as delegates to the State convention Democrats whose loyalty Is more pronounced than their allegiance to any man or faction then we may expect concerted action suring desired results Democrats in the State now have It within their power to make Demo cratic success in the future a certainty It remains for them to decide whether or not they will take advan tage of the opportunity or throw It away For my part I will do all I can In the Interest of harmony and to fur ther the success of the party 8 Mrs S Joyce Claremount N H writes About a year ago I bought two bottles of Foleys Kidney Remedy It cured me of a severe case of kidney trouble of several years standing It certainly is a grand good medicine and I heartily recommend it For sale by all druggists The wording of an Advertisement should be governed by the medium used in presenting It to the public t II F 0 SATURDAY L 1 TAILORED obey factionalism Deadt Swell lionlooking ata building made ex clusively out ma terial that we have furnished The reason is very plain We exercise the utmost care in the selec ilAI tion of each and every piece of lumber that goes into a house and will not permit an inferior or shoddy piece to be used See the point Let us talk to you A cJand tell you a few more things along these lines j CAPITAL LUMBER MANUFACTURING IacorpcrtudtBOTH PHONES FRANKFPRT KVI Williams South tj IHAVE JUST ADDED ONE OF THE FINEST AND MOST UP TO DATE MEAT CUTTERS I 1MEATEXTRA COST Yi Remember we headquarters for kinds of the 19 Groceries Produce egetarIJ11 r DRISCOLLS OLD BOTH PHONES 217 8T CLAIR STREET tl7n LEADER OF WOMEN Mrs Letcher Riker of Harrodaburg was reelected president of the State Federation of Womens Clubs which closed its annual convention at Padu cah NEW MINE INSPECTOR Gov Wlllson yesterday appointed Perry Cole assistant State Mine Inspector to succeed Do Cain who resigned to accept place outside the State Both men live in Laurel county and Mr Cain has been Assistant Inspector for several years ap onIbar of citizens uiiiiiiiii 11 JUNE is J I lone is of i J tr are all Best STAND l r 1 D as J a The 8 CLASH WITH TROOPS Ii Ohio troops patrolling In the neigh 1 borhood of Manchester had a sharp i JSeveralso far as known no one was seriously wounded 1I rVakidney disease so that at times I cbuld not get out of bed and when I did I could not stand straight I took Foleys Kidney Remedy One dollar Jbottle and part of the second cured Ime entirely Foleya Kidney RemedyJ 1t works wonders where others area tItotal failure v Ji lrt r tYi SATURDAY JUNE 6 1908 t JIIUE WHITE FAIR 11 L f Ig a great opportunity to buy all kinds of White Things at moneysaving prices Come arid see J IiV j IiR ii10c India Linen 8c 25 00 White Wool Suits 115c India Linen 10c 1500 Linen Suits 1000 20c 40lti Persian Lawn 15c 850 Madras 600 50ln White Wool Batiste 50c 200 Lingerie Waists 150 lir t Ij rr FARMERS y j rf1 Societyt 1IMRS CARROLLS GUESTS l andlrrle Sanford of New Castle and Mrs James Sanford of North Carolina are rived this week for a visit with Judge Mrs John D Carrol on the South SidetWELL WHITEHEAD ANNOUNCEMENT Frankfort friends are In receipt of the following handsomely engraved announcement cards Mr and Mrs C Howell request the honor of your pres ence at the marriage of their daughter Grace to Mr Samuel Murray r 4 Whitehead Thursday evening June t1S 1908 at8 oclock at the Methodist f Church Mt Sterling Ky i JWILLISBO D t Invitations have been issued for th i J marriage of Miss Elizabeth Willis Jthe daughter of Mr and DlraLuther Clay h iWillls of Shelby county to Mr tMcKee Bond of Lawrenceburg at t Christian church In this place Wednes s 1dayevening June 17 at 8 oclock engagement was formally an nounced at a dinner party given sev 1 j oral months ago by the brides par vents y The bride elect Is a charming young woman who has had many admirers fslnco her debut Mr Bond is a son of manilqt POsition In a Cincinnati bank lt HOUSE PARTY ittEtiTERTAINMENT Mrs William Cromwell entertained yesterday at a lawn party for fj Marie Wilkins who has been MissI iII ting the art school in Cincinnati everal1tfllZtons auntMrsCromwell on the tv f South Side Her guests are Miss Lillian Me Courtly of Lexington MJjjgigtoIKr i 1i1otwotlng of Madlsonville 0tMlgs y sOlive Battle of Covington Mrs Blmgfc flitter of Cincinnati Mr uToney tf Hall of Covington Dr Batte dN3ov slngton and Mr Burling Booz of ClnI 1I 1r cinnatiIv Saturday will take the visitors the river on a launch where t eyVl111I spend the day in picnic fashion t1 BRIDGE PARTY FOR MRS GRUNBY Mrs F G Grunby of Knoxvllle Tenn was the guest of honor at a II delightfully entertained bridge party given Wednesday afternoon by MrsI ft1Gep B Harper at their home on Fourth street t r During the afternoon a delicious ice course In attractive form and daintl Ifew served was enjoyed by the guests Mrs J William Pruett won the rW handsome guest prize The Baas isof J numbered Mesdames F G Gunby Ir who is the guest of Mrs O M Poyntz William Haight Jno H Stewart Ell H Brown William Grayot A C Van Winkle Guy H Briggs Rogers Clay 1chooltield S J Shackelford WJ W Rodman Willlan Prewitt and Misses Hattie Scott and Nit a lii1 Visscher BURNETT ARNOLD aNUPTIALS IN CINCINNATI rit A telegram received by friends here Wednesday evening announced the marriage of Miss Margaret Burnett to ih ij l rKtrt j I TIllIfillris Presbyterian Church Cincinnati in t presence of a few friends Miss Bur nett will be most pleasantly remember ed Mere She came from Dlfchlg and asa Battle Creek nurse and w not only most efficient but Was ad mired for her lovely disposition Arnold has lived in Frankfort all ht life and Is quite a well known young business man After a short wedding tourthey will be at home to their friends in Fran fort SURPRISE WEDDING AT MIDWAY A surprise wedding was celebrated Monday afternoon In the parlors of the Kentucky Female Orphan School Midway when Miss Janet Van Wln FrdpY young couple came froni Lexington the afternoon Louisville j NP shr REhev ay Christian Church in the presence of a few intimate friends Miss Campbell was a pupil of f orphan school several years ago For the past four years she has he teaching in the Lexington City Schoo Mr and Mrs Higgins returned to exen gototreddiesurer lac tot ielr friendsISCIENCE HILL- COMMENCEMENT The following note from the News at Shelbyvllle will be of much Inter est to many friends here Misses Rob Pets and Baker two of the graduates being Frankfort girls while the other members of the class have visited ue0quits frequently as guests pf school matesc of annual commencement of in openSundayeel jfiUifiKWjth a brilliant song recital by W Mnflfy Cole the tenor J G1ivfnedAattheWs dean of the theological school of Chicago University to a congregation of seven hundred His text was Therefore if any man bo Christ he is a new creature old of Pithingsmen was scholarly in ita conception acid practical and helpful in its conclusions Miss Elizabeth Reed of the faculty was the soloist and gave Schu berts Aria There is a Green Hill with fine effect and sympathetic ex pression Monday evening the annual pupils recital was given before a large au dlence lYThe address to the graudatlng class of nine young ladles was delivered on Tuesday morning by Dr E 0 Brown Vanderbilt University His subject was The Highest Education which he defined as that which clothes us with the best gifts and furnishes us with the loftiest ideals His address was scholarly in its conception force ful in its delivery and practical In its conclusions College certificates which admit to Wellesley Vassar or Smith were con ferred on Miss Ann Baker Frankfort Miss Catherine Clark Owensboro in Miss Ruth Louise Howe Carrollton Miss Ida Hough Roberts Frankfort Miss Lena Furham Okolona Miss of Mies Louise Barton Savage Coving ton Miss Aida Selferth Natchez Miss and Miss Mary Agnes Willson Shelbyville An English certificate was granted Miss Sarah Marsh Catlett of Clarksvllle Tenn The musical program for tbe morn- Ing exercises was exceptionally good Miss Harriet Poynters violin i solo Vleuxtemps concerto was an artistic revelation Miss Otillla Vail save a brilliant conception of Chopins Cav aIry Polonaise and Miss Bessie Reeds group of CloughLelters Spring songs was greatly appreciated for her rare sweetness of voice distinct enuncia tion and appropriate delivery ETC ERHERSHLER LS AT LEXINGTON brt was well rep Wednesday evening at t of Miss Dovey Letcher- nt Fred Wilson Hershler Cavalry U S A which was s e nnlzed at half past six oclocK brides parents Mr and Mrs William R Letcher at Lexington The brides sister Mrs August Mc Kay of Georgia was the dame of honor and Major Philip Corbusler was best man The brides brother inlaw the Rev Rutherford Douglas of Macon Ga officiated and after the ceremony the couple left for a wed ding trip and will be at home at Fort Snelllng Minn after July 16 where toned The wedding was a beautiful one in all its details Among those who composed the party from here were Mrs Kila Johnson Barrett Miss Rebecca Johnson Mr Arch R Dunlap Mrs Sta pleton Johnson Mrs Buford Hen drlck Miss Mary Swigert Hendrlck Mr and Mrs J W McAlpln Mr Canada Rodman Miss Prtie Hunt Rod man and Miss Sarah Mahan moh0PLEASANT AFTERNOON weelcLMrasa home of the congatn as they always do If we had the space would love to describe the dainty and beautiful or tksuch advan tage against the background of roses and llllles and ferns with which the house was decorated Besides the Club members their guests were Mrs Hallle V Rodman Mrs Graham Vreeland and Miss SUS h Desdamkles ay McLean L J Shackelford Ell H Brown J W Rodman H Black Rod asloman Lucy B Rodman Elizabeth Scott Sheed tle young ladies of the Senior cl asslater Lextngtlst iv at Patterson Hall The table was sweet with garden flowers and the delicionua goingawaytimein all the pleasures possible Mrs Wallis guests wore Misses Aub n MargoChianCiowder and Helen McCandliss LAST METING OF MARRIED LADIES EUCHRE CLUB The last of the series of delightful entertainments given by the Married Ladies Euchre Club was at the homo Mrs V Berberlch who was assisted entertaining by Mrs Ben Marsh ailmar The house was beautifully decorated with field Bogies and ferns Mrs R Dehoney won the first prize ratow P Noonan the second Mrs James e MrsIconsolation prize PICNIC DP THE RIVER The Baracca Class of the Forks Elkhorn Church gave a delightful cnic and excursion up the river Sat There were about sixty pot sons who went This entertainment was given in honor of the ladies whoc had entertained them handsomely through the winter LAWN PARTY Mrs William Cromwell entertained with a delightful lawn party yesterday afternoon at her beautiful home on South Shelby street in compliment to y her nelce Miss Marie WilkIns Some sixty guests were present during rheM afternoon ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Judge and Mrs A R Burnam of Richmond have announced the engagement of of their daughter Miss Sarah Burnam to Mr John Jennings Greenleaf The wending will be celebrated on June 13th PERSONALS Mrs J S Collins spent the week Lawrenceburg the guest of her father Mr WF Bond Mrs Jno P Stewart qnd children Farmdale spent the week in Liu renceburg with her mother Mrs Mary Dowllng Mrs Jennie P Cardwell spent sev ernl days during this week in New Al banY Ind as the guest of Mr and Mrs Geo D Todd Miss Annie Nourse left Wednesday for her home at Ellzabethtowu where she will spend the summer Miss Lillian Tichenor has returned to her home In Shelbyvllle after a vls It of several days with relatives here Mrs Canada Rodman who has been the guest of Miss Hunt Rodman on Second street returned Thursday eVe enlng to her home in Louisville Mr Sam M Whitehead of Bruns wick Ga came Wednesday for a visit th t sister Mrs Waller B George treat outh IIIIIIPrlmble and daughter jrla Flnwlck spent several ya Louisville during the week as g Vat the Seelbach Mr t Mrs Graham Vreeland of Louisville were here during the weep as the guests of relatives Mr and Mrs Sill Hamilton and children of Campbellsburg are the guests of Mr and Mrs Joseph Ham Ilton on East Main street Mr Georfge T Schoolfield of Dan vllle spent Wednesday with his son Mr Charles Schoolfield and wife on Second street Maj and Mrs Jas W Blackburn Jr who have been spending several weeks with relatives In Kentucky re turned during the week to their home in Washington D C Mrs George H Baker attended commencement exercises at Hill Monday and Tuesday where theI daughter Miss Ann Baker was of the graduates Mrs J P Hanley of Loulville who has been the guest of Mrs Wm B OConnell and family Is now with her = ther Mrs Margaret McDermott In In Mrs N B Hayes and daughter Miss Mollie Rosa Hayes who have been guests of Mr and Mrs B F Sklllman of North Mlddletown have returned home Mrs Rosa Triplett has returnee to her home in Midway after a short visit with Mr and Mrs Austin Trip lett heMrs Edw Tuttle and children are spending two weeks with relatives near Jasper Ind Miss Elizabeth Roberts of Midway was here during the week as the guest of relatives Mr and Mrs Chas B Riddell and little daughter leave this morning for Richmond where they will spend a week withrelatives Miss Mason Montgomery who was a graduate of Smiths College last year left Tuesday to attend a r3 union of crrnrliinroH at that famous tJ stitution Mr Guy H BrIggs has gone to Denver for the benefit of his run down health His physician advises the change Mrs BrIggs will join him onJudge James Breathitt Attorney General and wife and little son Bobble left Tuesday for Hopklnsville where they go to attend the gradua tlon of their son Mr James Breathltt Rev A Paul Bagby and wife left Monday for Glasgow Ky where Mr BaptistChurchMrs Walter H G1IrsMrs Canada Rodman who has spending several days here with Prue Hunt Rodman left Thursday afternoon for Louisville She will return to Frankfort Monday for week before leaving for California where she expects to spend the sum Mrs Sam J Shackelford entertained yesterday In honor of Mrs Gunby a irle ndsbelngJnvlted to the luncha ibjMisswith her parents for a few days misHelen toRcon Miss Sue Scott of Lexington came fuMrsMrs Wm L Lyons of New Vtrlt Thursday for a visit with Judge for cd Mrs Wm Rogers Clayan thl1ullrule mJMIScame Thursday for a visit with her perentf Judge and Mrs Warner thMrsiss Mary Carroll of Lexington this lorFMr Blanton Johnson of Lexington is was here during the week the guest his SplJohnson dlsDallnsMiss prweekthey go for a months vacation The Lawrenceburg News has this who note of interest here Mrs George Speer came up from Frankfort on yes nles terday and gave added charm to the the exercises of the Daughters of the Con federacy through the medium of her be excellent voice rWEITZELS Specials Today all 1Vlullday 10 DOZ MUSLIN GOWNS WORTH 75c ONLY 49c 25 DOZ MUSLIN DRAWERS GREAT VALUE ONLY 25c 15 DOZ CORSET COVERS WORTH 65c ONLY 39c SEE OUR GREAT STACK OF WASH GOODS IN WHITE ANDfCOLORED 5c 7 2c 8 13c 10c 122c 15c AND 25c YARD BIG LOT TAN HOSE BOYS AND GIRLS ONLY 10c PAIR OUR UNDERSKIRT 98c Misses Fanny and Bessie Lewis are Shelbyvllle where they are the guests of Gen J Franklin Bell and familyDr H M Leonard and Dr J H Feamster who attended the Dental Association will return home this morning Mrs H P Mason leaves next week for Virginia where she will spend three weeks as the guest of her rela tins Mrs Marvin D Averlll entertained her guest during the week MissI VanArsdall of Harrodsburg Miss Virginia Nunn spent several several days during the week as the guest of friends In Lexington Dr Wm L Rodman of Philadelphia will arrive here this afternoon for short visit to relatives Mrs Wm Todd of Madison Ind nee Miss Maggie May Tomasonwill visit Mrs Sam Mason at Jetts Sta Lion next week Mr Ollie T Poyntz and family will take Mrs Guy H Brlggs home on Fourth street for a few months Miss Sarah Mahan will return home next week and will be with Mrs Jas Hughes on Second street Mrs Guy H Briggs and children leave shortly for Lexington where they will spend the summer with her father Mr Joseph Scott esel NEW CAPITOL atusan Be Dedicated Within Weeksas WIALL SOON BE CALLED FOR BY STATE COMMISSION =Bids for the furnishing of the new Capitol and for the constructIon of power pdan will be advertised I the Capitol Commission within the few days or as soon as Frank M Andrews the architect for the com sion completes the plans which he drawing It will take ten days the bids to be prepared by the tractors and that means that the contracts for the powerhouse and the can be awarded about 1 It Is the Intention of the Capitol Commission to let the contract all the furnishings at one time this will Include the furniture for House and Senate chambers Nothing has been done about a for dedication of the buildings but commission believes that the building can be formally dedicated onEleft to be done In the building the laying of the marble floors and will require onla few weeks to complete Frankfort Business Mens Club interested In the dedication an J will confer with the commission regarding ceremonies for the dedication e question Is one that has not been officially yet and It Is what can be done but lit that rather elaborate nies with the Governor and the former Governor J C W Beckham started the work on the new Capitol participating The coremaI probably will be held sdirie time first part of August arid thet Frankfort business men want It cornerstone as memorable as the laying of the Will Buy Big Safes For The New Capitol COMMISSION LOOKS AT CUTS AND CONSIDERS PUR CHASES Three big safes with time locks and all the latest Improvements will be bought for the use of the State officials when they go Into the new capitol and several smaller safes will be bought also for the other offices The Capi atol Commission met yesterday and looked at cuts and heard descriptions sessionllet the contracts for the safes later on One large safe will be needed In the Treasurers office and another in the Secretary of States office where valUe able papers are kept at all times The Treasurer especially has valuable papers although no money la kept on hand The Governor also needs a safe with a time lock but aside from these three officers none of the other officlas need a safe of the special kind which is used In a bank All of the State offices have safes and use them to keep their papers from allI questionlisby the Capitol Commissiont SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION TheFranfclln County Sunday School Convention will beheld at Harvleland Ion June 11th The following program has been arranged ableSongPrayer 946Reading Minutes I10OoWhy WeAr HereJ Wi ISrents 1 OOConferenCe on These Reports led by W J Vaughan 1120Why Should the S 3 be Sug taJned and by Whom N T Arm strong 1140The Joy of Loyal Loving See viceRev Wm Crowe 1200AddressDr U V Williams- ANNOUNCEMENTS a Appointment of Committees 1215Noon Intermission 130 Song and Prayer 145How Can We Increase tha Membership and Efficiency of the SRev L D StuckerF205 Report of SecretaryTreasurer 215 The WorldWide S S Move ment Rev W J Vaughan 350trerlng 45Report of Committees 300Our Young PeopleTheir Op portunltles and Dangers Rev Joseph Severence Enters Race For Delegate From Seventh District Dr C W Kavanaugh of Lawrence burg has this week upon the earnest solicitation of his friends decided to thojis well and favorably known to everyman woman and child in Anderson county as a good citizen an excellent Democrat and hard worker for the party 1rtl1 i PAGE SIX DROI Burley Tobacco Crop Will Not Be 5000000 Ibs TOTAL ACREAGE ESTIMATED AT 5000 LAST YEAR 135000 ACRES WERE PLANTED From reports received from nearly all the counties which compose what is known asP Bur tobacco Ws 4r trlct the Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankin estimates that the crop of tobacco which will be raised this year all over Kentucky will be not more than 5000000 pounds and that the greater part of this will be grown In counties wrlch are outside the Bur ley district proper The estimates are that about 1 per cent of the usual crop in the Burley district will be planted this year but in some other counties of Kentucky Burley tobacco is grown in small quantities and this will run up the total The total acre to the commisage will be according t sioners information about 5000 acres although it is believed that this wit be too high The total acreage last i year was about 135000 acres Aa the total will average in a good year about 1000 pounds to the acre it Is estimated that with 5000 acres plant ed and a good year for tobacco as the present season promises the total crop in Kentucky will be about 5000 000 pounds This amount is such a small percentage of the usual crop that even if 500000 pounds is raised it would only be a drop In the bucket The 1907 crop was 137000000 pounds estimat ed and as compared with this the small amount which will be grown this year seems to be almost none at all The 500000 pounds if that much ac tually gets on the market would be eaten up so quickly that it would have jno effect on the price and would be trivial as the American Tobacco Com pany would make short work of the f small crop In some countle which are not in the Burley district proper there Is tobacco grown this year and many farmI a per Lewis and even Hart county haveI put out tobacco But many men who snow have beds will not plant through the influence of various things which tend to prevent them from going into the tobacco raising bulhess The Agricultural Department here says the d 1908 crop is practically cut out and the amount to be raised is negligible The Burley people are pleased with this and say there is no longer any doubt about the success of their plan to put the price of tobacco up e Creditors of WaddY1t Bank To Get Money 15 PER CENT OF TOTAL INDEBT EDNESS ORDERED PAID BY THE COURT An order has been entered in the Shelby Circuit Court distributing part r of the funds realized from the assets of the defunct Bank of Waddy that have como into the hands of the re ceiver C S Weakley The amount ordered apportioned by the court Is 15 per cent of the total indebtedness When me bank closed its doors January 190G the books showed that 250 depositors were supposed to have 22500 on deposit In addition to the amount owed the depositors there were several other creditors When the receiver took charge there was lit tIe cash In the bank safe and most of the notes held by the bank had been rediscounted to other banking insti tutlons as securities for loans nego tinted by the defaulting cashier From present indications there will be an other dividend of 5 per cent making a total of 20 or 25 per cent which will be all that the depositors will re ceive for their claims The double liability law was enforced on all the stockholders In the bank who could pay but these were few and far be- tweenr as T B Hancock cashier held a majority of the stock in his name Frankfort Physician Named On Committee Dr E C Roemele of this city has just received notice of his appoint ment of the local advisory committee cf the American Health League This committee Is called a Committee of One Hundred and is composed of prominent physicians and citizens over the United States the object of the Iccgue being the betterment of health conditions through Increased regula tions by the Federal authorities This nppplntment Is lndeed a ig honor tot the popular local physician New Mietile Press Recently installed By The Frankfort Printing Co This press has a maximum capacity of 2500 impressions an hour It is one of the finest presses made for halftone and other high class work and for work requiring a delicate finish It weighs nine tons and iscomposed of twelve thousand parts Borrows Half Million From Sinking Fund SMALL DEFICIT IN GENERAL EX PENDITURES FUND IN THE STATE TREASURY State Treasurer Edward Farley an nounces that the balance in the State treasury for the month ending May 31 is as follows Sinking fund 133061 73 School fund 102393 77 General exp fund deficit 34700 40 Balance in treasury200755 15 The balances in the treasury for the month ending May 31 1907 was as fund 627539 64I School fund 37119 40 General exp fund deficit 432454 SI Balance in treasury232p24 1C The small deficit in the general fund this year and the large deficit In the general fund last year Is explained by the State borrowing 500000 from the sinking fund this year This loan also explains the small amount of money in the sinking fund this year and the large amount in the sinking fund last year Bereo College Will Get 50000 In Cash EASTERN CAPITALIST MAKES AN OFFER TO NEGRO SCHOOL IN MADISON COUNTY President William Goddell Frost during the commencement exercises at Berea Wednesday morning stated that he was able to announce that a con ditional contribution of fifty thousand dollars had been made to the Borea Colored School fund by an unknown eastern person The condition is that one dollar for every dollar given by the Eastern per son must be duplicated by a subscription secured In Kentucky Or in oth er words for every dollar hereafter donated in this State to this school fund one dollar will be given by the Eastern person until the amount has reached fifty thousand dollars When this is done the four hundred thousand dollars necessary will have been raised and the matter of locating and building the school will be taken up Two hundred and ninety thou sand dollars have already been raised New President Elected For Georgetown College Dr Arthur Yager professor of the chair of History and Economies in Georgetown College was elected pres ident of that Institution Tuesday dnr ing a meeting of the board oftrustees The election was made by a annul mous vote He succeeds Dr J J Tay lor who resigned about a year ago Dr Yager since having been acting president Kentucky Woman Goes To Missouri To Fa ml Mrs Belle Hendarson who suc ceeded in having her crop of tobacco released by the Fayette County Equity Society through the efforts of her at torney left Monday for Clay county Mo where she goes to raise tobac co on a more extensive scale than she las ablp To raise the weed in Ken tucky I Mrs jlElected WILL BE HEAD OF WOMANS PARTMENT OF THE KENTUCKY STAE UNIVERSIY At the meeting of the Board of rustees of Kentucky State Univer sity Wednesday a womans depart ment was added to the and Mrs Robert Lee Stout was electedIdean of the new department Stout has been for several rector of physical training in the girls department of the university and she will continue to occupy this position but will have new arid addi tional duties as dean of the womans department The new department was created at the Instigation of the club women of the State who made a strong appeal t othe board to take this step The board at its meeting appro priated 50000 for a new engineering find physics building 25000 for an addition to the chemistry building 15000 for a mining engineering build ing and 10000 for a mechanical en gineering building and equipment It was decided that the full board of trus tees will go to Louisville next Tues day Carpets Cleaned While in Place On The Floor George A Lewis has taken the agen cy for a vacum air cleaning machine which Is sold for a comparatively small sum and which can be used about the house with as little effort as a carpet sweeper The machine is small and easily portable and the motive power is by hand instead of by gasoline or electricity It Is the same principle as the big machines which are now used in cleaning al most everything into which dust and dirt can penetrate The dust Is suck ed into a tank by air pressure Mr Lewis used one of the machines in the Masonic Temple this week and from the masters chair took about a couple of pounds of dust One of the machines makes house cleaning easy PS the carpets can be cleaned with out removing them from the floor Flowers Strewn On Graves of Confederates 31 Graves of the Confederate 0I ue who lost their lives during the war between the States or who have since that struggle was over were covered with fresh flowers on Wednesday that day being the anniver sary of the birth of Jefferson Davie president of the Southern Confederacy Joseph H Lewis Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy had charge of the exercises at the State cemetery when the men who wore the gray are sleep ing Maury Kemper of Lexington de livered the principal address and the ceremonies were impressive and beau tiful NO HUMBUG No humbug claims have to be made for Foleys Honey and Tar the well known remedy tor coughs colds and lung troubles The fact that more bottles of Foleys Honey and Tar are used than of any other cough remedy is the best testimonial of its great merit Why then risk taking some unknown preparation when Foleys Honey and Tar cost you no more and Is safe and sure For sale by jail drug gists IGood printing and moderate prices is our hobby j One Thousand Men And Women Corning TEACHERS FROM ALL OVER KEN TUCKY WILL ATTEND GATH ERING HERE improvement of the common schools elemUor10fis hoped will result from the meeting of the Kentucky Educational Asso elation which begins here June land continues for three days Spec- Ial attention will be paid to the coun school and the best way in whicr to improve their efficiency will bt discussed by experts who have beer engaged to deliver talks It is pected that that not less than 1000 teachers from all parts of Kentucky will be in attendance The asspcla tion now has about 800 members and in addition to these many visitors and teachers desiring to become mem bars of the association will be present Frankfort will be able to care for the visitors easily and the experience of three years ago when the associa tion met at Mammoth Cave and peo pIe slept under trees and on floors will not be repeated Many of the private homes of Frankfort will be opened to the visitors and the meet ing promises to be the best ever held in the State Capt W N Hughes On- Inspection Tour LOOKING INTO CONDITION OF COMPANIES COMPOSING THE STATE GUARD Capt W N Hughes United States Army retired stationed with the Kentucky National Guard with head quarters at Frankfort began on Monday night his annual inspection of the organized militia of Kentucky in accordance with the law enacted Jan uary 21 1903 He is assisted by Capt Richard C McCracken senior captalr in command of the Kentucky State Guard of Greenville The Second battalion of the First Regiment was inspected in company and batillon drill Monday night Capt Hughes is very much pleased with the showing made by the sol Biers of the First Regiment so far He said that several of the com panies are In fine shape and show excellent work Capt McCracken hRI himself been a regular soldier and 1too was complimentary The inspec tion In the State will last nineteen LaysADVERTISLETTER LIST The following Is a list of letters remaining in the Franfort Poslofflce the week ending Saturday June 6 Allen John- Berryman Mrs Millie Brewer Miss Denie Casey Mrs Rosie Cave John- ColeWm Corbin Miss Mary Cronghton Frank De Claybrook Rev W E Dennis E H Doleson HubertI Dyer Mrs Eunice Frye John Gibson Elbert Gipson Miss Belle Goodman Cleveland Grant Robert Green Miss LlzzieV Graves Alex Harris Jemima Harris Robert L r tc d 4n SATURDAY 19081 Stop Paying 4 12entS jTHERE IS NO REASON IN THE WORLD WHY YOU SHOULD CONTINUE TO PAY RENT WHEN WEISELL YOU A FOR A SMALL CASH CONSID ERATION AND THE BALANCE TO BE PAID IN SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTSJUST AS YOU ARE WILLIOWN IWEi II SMITH WALLACE REAL ESTATE AGENTS t Perkins i Transfer Coa All Kinds ofHauling Moving Household Goods Freight Baggage c f f PRINCIPAL OFFICE L N FREIGHT DEPOT Summer Vacation TripsVVIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE TO THE Lake Seaside and Mountain Resorts Summer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale If you Intend taking a trip out blank and mall for Information H C KINO C P A 101 East Main St Lexington KyIName Address Destinatica- Special Train for K Democrats Henderson Route 1toThe Democratic National Convention DENVER f COLORADO JULY 1908 Lv Louisville 900 p m Saturday July 4th Ar Denver noon Monday July 6th FARE FROM FRANKFORT 3660 Write the undersigned for Itinerary Facts and Figures outlining In detail fares from various Kentucky points Pullman fares divers routes etc L J IRWIN G P A Louisville Ky j Hawkins W M Homes Miss Daisy Hicks Agustie Moore Will Howard Moses Johnson Miss Bertha Jones Mrs Dora col Kennedy Mrs Allle Kirchner Lila Lampklns Mrs James Leavel Mrs Bell M Lyle Robert 2 Magruder Miss Dpnsle Martin Frank Mulligan L H Nell Miss L F Reynolds Mrs L H Reynolds Hon Thos J JUNE 6 HOME Rigsby Wm- Robinson llA E t tTharpThompson Louis Walker Hon W Watson Mrs mmarWatson Wm 7 Winter Tom 1 Woods Miss Annie L Any one calling for these letters 1 will please say advertised H G L BARNES p M j We will call tshow you samples t of any bind of printing Use eft ljphone No 11 jI tS Ijil 4 SATURDAY JUNE 81903 t wiCIRCIHIOT Described In Old Copy Of The Law Reporter One Of The Liveliest Days witNCalledi Out And re Finally Restored t CITYIAUTHOR1TIES OVERPOWERED la looking over one of the old law t reporters which is being reset in this office the other day the following account of the riot In Frankfort ovef the circus in 1881 was found it having been written as a sort of supple ment to the Reporter The unlawful proceedings in the cify of Frankfort on the 16th of Sep tember by which the police force of the city was- prevented overpowered and unlaw fully from enforcing the the ordinances of the city and the gross misunderstanding of the facts by tire public male It necessary that those should be correctly stated as IYupon them some very important legal raisedt1st Before Adam cir cus train arrived in the city the agent was notified Extticity to the unloading There were no objection at any place except in the public streets of the city and they could have without much inconvenl ence unloaded at some place in near the city and not In the public street 2d The agent ot the railroad com pany having determined to unload In the streets of the city filed a pe- titlotin n the Franklin Circuit Court against ithe board of councilmen of the city and obtaned an order for an Injunc tion as follows ttW Franklin Clerk Franklin Cir cult ourt will upon execution bond as required by law In the sumE of 500 Issue an order enjoining an- dt agenttda police officers and employes from n J terfering with the plaintiff In unloading the circus equipments troop and appurtenances of Adam Forepaugh within the limits of the city of Frank 1Rfort rvRP J F C C The clerk of the court issued a tl r summons against the defendant the IAdorsIed The mayor believing that the In junction had been granted witlio t poithat was threatening to resist the police believed It was hia duty to s that the peace was preserved and t Pofwithstanding the Injunction and tie ing threatened with violence and r sistance by the excited crowd of b standers for the purpose of deterrl- V them for violtlng the law find for his own security he threatened to shoot the first man who attempted unload the circus cars In the public streets of the city and preserved the 14antes of the any city untilt the sheriff unlawfully put himself at bead of those who were threat 4lag to resist the mayor with the Mc unlawfulSr 4th What next occurred the Yea man describes as follows There was an Immense crowd- at the depot and along the whole length of the train which extended p agt several blocks Several thousand P 4sons were packed Into the street and ltrithe whole city was In a state of ex citement It was announcel that the mayor had openly defied the law p0JL t i the State This being made known to t Judge Thompson he immediately or dered the sheriff to proceed to f train and see to the execution of hit 1 M order of injunction The sheriff Mr i B O Hawkins believing that there was an armed resistance and that he was without sufficient force to f ofJiogovernor c asked that the McCreary Guards be govtri great excitement prevailed in the promptly complied with the request At l appea4Ired traln lbnwhero they Were tinker tKe direction qtof the sheriff took the mayor from JI i crowd dispersed the police force say that the cars were unloads- thout molestation 1 City Prosecutor Warned By The Night Riders George Davis City Prosecutor re ceived a letter signed Night Riders threatening him with violence The letter was In printed characters done h a pencil and said that a raid would be made on Frankfort soon and that Davis would be attended among the first It Is thoug arthe joke as he does not knofl er or not It is a Joke SenatoramPetersace r sooS Senator Sam H Peters of Nelson county has been appointed a guar in the penitentiary here and has b gun his duties Senator Peters has been in Frankfort for several weeks and It was expected that he would be given a place In the penitentiary in some official capacity before thi time Two of the guards at the prison were removed today and Senator Peters gets one of the places Peters took an native part in the session of the Legislature last winter beeLITTlE cept In The Way Of Ap propriationsForAIIThings CONGRESS TAKES PREMIUM FOR orDOING NOTHING AT ITS RE CENT SESSION The Sixtieth Congress was certainly the most lo nothing one that ever existed except in the matter of appropriations In this particular it made a record getting rid of over n billion of dollars of the peoples oPmoney Though in repeated me President Roosevelt urged a on many matters of importance Congress followed out his recommen ddtions in very few Instances Lolionman antitrust law in favor of th labor unions and the good trusts to take the tariff off wood lp or paper of change the tariff in any particular declined to pass a national child labor law refused to pass a law to require publicity of cam palgn contributions and expenses would grant only two of the fourbat tleships which the President de increaseud wer over railroad rates to the In Commerce Commission d eedeterred the establishment of post hesavings banks granted no increased wers to prohibition States over Interstate shipments of liquors made no Caes tro the Venezuelan President failed Gongy no u lion to relieve the coalcarrying rail tlisposlton s under the commodity clause of the railroad rate law and coloronel for shooting up Brownsville Steals Bride From Boarding School SHELBY COUNTY MAN MARRIES AFTERerMANY EXPERIENCES lito Newtpo nof collegeof at T Fawkes Shelbyvllle eloped with her to Lou JeffershebyMagistrategrooms an electrician His bride nineteen and a daughter of Geo accompaniedena relative of t tethe maded the ro qulr ed BUYS HANDSOME RESIDENCE III iqI1R lIIIIr1 ItyGus LaFoutaine has purchased at Commissioners solo the handsome twostory concrete house of Jas S rnell on Conway street for 2750 loa Is a desirable residence nnd 1 the price paid b NidQ bl K Wunable one rl V aDEAL Trust Said To Have Bought 4000000 Pounds CHEAPER GRADES SOLD BY THE FARMERS SOCIETY RUMORS OF SALE OF 1907 CROP As a result of a conference betwee Water of Lexington mans Kentucky leaf departure aerlcan Tobacco Company Ith of New York managing and a number of purchasing of the company the Amerl canfobacco Company has concluded a deal with the sales committee of the Burley Tobacco Society by which they will purchase Immediately 4000 000 pounds of the pooled tobacco at the regular prices fixed by the socle ty This purchase embraces all cf the pooled tobacco of the 1906 croji peeleret Included In the purchase as the But ley association desires to give Inde pendent manufacturers another chance aupplyfns S year e cheaper grades of tobacco which were sold by the deal today to the Am can Tobacco Company have been In great demand by the independent manufacturers but a member of the executive committee of the association today that the independents had n given a fair chance at these grades and the society could not afford to hold them longer as the growers are becoming insistent for money Besides these grades can be supplied from the 1907 crop not a pound of which has yet been suit- and none of which will be sold until the 1906 crop has been entirely his posed of It is rumored here that the American Tobacco Company is now attempting to arrange a deal by which It will purchase the entire pooled crop of 1907 and that after the inde pendent manufacturers have been given a fair opportunity to buy the remainder qf the 1906 crop and to then supply their needs from the crop of 1907 the Burley Society will close auto t the American Tobacco Company the entire holdings of pooled tobacco ATTENDe dge Meeting Of Shelby eCollnty Society Of Equity CAPT CARL NORMAN AND HIS MENGUESTS OF THE TOBAC CO GROWERS Instead of treating the soldiers wit contumely as in the days when stopnlmem- bers of the Burley Tobacco are now fraternizing and in Shel and Bracken counties where there ofIthe soldeirs every courtesy The s diers in Shelby county even attended TobaccoIco conlpany ters and it was said here today that It looked more like a country fa than a military camp In Shelby county Saturday nig- an invitation was extended to Cat Norman and his men to attend a meeting Capt Norman went Whon he walked into the hall alone the farmers began talking to him about coming alone and asked him where his soldiers were Capt Norman we the door and gave a signal and ti with their arms ready flIed the hall much to the surprise the farmers Capt Norman had structed his men to be ready in ca emergency after he went into t meeting The meeting was a please treatfaItobymleear asfaccTr inbytrouble is over there NOTICE All persons having claims agai ast the estate of Judge G W Craddo deceased are hereby notified to present the same proven as required by law on or before August 1 1908 CAPITAL TRUST COMPANY thew111J64t 20f a Why You Should In ur He In The Busi ms Life Insurance our 1o Louisville Ky 1 Because It is up to date In every particular 2 Because we give a fair deal 3 Because we charge only the cos price 4 Because we have no stockholders to say the life out of our policy holders by excessive dividends 5 Because our policyholders are only stockholders and receive our entire profit less a reason able allowance for expenses 6 Because we are not loading our company with special contracts for future policyholders to carry 7 Because our expenses are 50 lie cent less than that of any elks company in proportion to the amount of business written 8 Because we pay larger dividends- in advance to our policyholders by way of reduced premiums than are paid by any other company 11existence9 Because we set aside the same amount of money to pay our death claims that all other com panies set aside to pay their death claims 10 Because we will carry your pro tectton fdr less than half what other companies will charge you J Age One Thousand Annually Quarerly 21 5 a 15 229 22 920 n 2f 925 231 332p 36l28V 953 2 38 w ry6L 2 41 30 t 68 2 42 31 J 7B 2 44 32 9 85 246 33 J J7 249 34 10 06 2 52 35 10 19 2 55 36 10 33 2 58 37 10 46 2 62 38 1064 2 66 39 10 83 271 11 03 V 276 41I 11 25 281 42 11 50 288 95It31gto47 13 35 334 348by50 15 32 3 83 51 16 15 4 04 427of54 iy 34 4 84 517IntheI Cott separatlhng a nd uirnow 12 Because we are a Home company intcourt If you invest your money at ho you help your home and home in stitutions 13 Because we concede the fac that over and above the actual polle on his money than any life insurance himinupsea on he hepolicyholders money while heNo cifentries his own protection but edwe create a reserve for emer gencies only 15 Because for every dollar you us for protection we will lea another dollar In your pot ketNothat you have to pay to all of urc ProthatoqNb16 Because according to the sworn statements of all companies it costs them less than 1000 per 1000 to carry their death claims cckless than 1000 17 Because we do not charge y an extortionate price to start with and promise you to reduce JC dividendsButtier from the date of your policy r ever after for at least onethird less than our competitors jyjll carry you 18 Because the Charter of the Bus mess Mens Life reads In no event shall any officer or em ploye of the corporation receive a salary In excess of 000000 per annum This Is an absolute guarantee against salary graft 19 Because if you will deposit the differences annually between our premium and that of any other company at 3 per cent compound interest at the end of twenty years you will have more mone to your credit and your polioy remain in force than you can fleet from any other surrendering poe1153 annually In other com panies the same policy will cost you 2688 annually making difference of 1535 in our favor 1535 deposited annually for 20 years at 3 per cent compound interest will amount to 42489 You see in our policy we have saved you42489 and your pol- Icy remains in force On the other policy you can draw out not to exceed 32700 but you must surrender your policy and will have no insurance 20 Because the Business Mens Life Is a Kentucky corporation promoted by Kentucky businessmen whose reputation Is a posi- tiVe guarantee of a safe andIueconomic management DIRECTORSr Direrc Former ScRobinsonC B Norton VIcePresident and D- Irector Secretary of J M Robinso- Norton Co Chas Schuff Secretary and Director Member of Jno J Shoe Co G G Summers Treasurer and Di rector Secretary and Treasurer of the Ox Breeches Mfg Co R Duffln General Counsel and Di rectorAttorneyatLaw E S Gwlu Director Cashier Second National Ban New Albany Ind H B Tuley Medical Director Secretary of the Mississippi Val ley Medical Association- W H Harvey Agency Director- J S Darnell Franklin County Agent Write for Information and when in the city dont tail to call at the Home Najtionaland Main a FOR SALE TWO FRANKLIN FAHtts One known as Joseph Clarke Homestead located one mile from Fran tart near the Shelbyville pike Co tams about 115 acres including a vi gin forest of red cedar trees a mat house a tenant house large c o barn etc Now used as a dairy a garden farm Inexhaustable supply of water No2 Known as Sugar Grove or Clarke deceased Located immedi ately on the Shelbyville pike one mile from Frankfort This place cc lama about 85 acres on which the Is a virgin forest of sugar maple and walnut trees This is the best location about Frankfort for subdlvisi into suburban lots am offering these farms at per acre subject to tenants lease to November 1st 1908 Possession of Main House and yard at once seFar full particulars address CHAKLbS J C GRANT Admr A 311 Garfield Bulldnlg Cleveland O meTIME TABLE L d N R R CO Frankfort Ky May 13 1908 Trails East Bound No 18 departs 950 am dally cept Sunday exIceptNo 20 arrives 641 p m dally ex oopt Sunday stops at Frankfort 62 departs 833 p m Sundays only Trains West Bound dailyve17 departs 920 a m daily ex copt Sunday 15 departs 400 p m daily cept Sunday No 61 departs 755 a m Sundays only 6 O TrainsEast Bound No 22 departs 10 15 a m do douOWeet Bound danyI jl PAf3F slevew franitorr lnalnnali BU The Midland Route TableIN ian7 It o84 t1AlI11 No DAlLY 1IXCR1l dYo81 fio a1ILV D Frn Ar 7iiStUDntlt a it 663 2196421Switzer 3 43 6a0 U 269 725 IIlU ro 807 7SS NewWwn 854 e 01 i MIto Arl 4Porte fLv l4 Connects a t withYUnion t with Xentuck7 Fro rn6orf UN Depot with L BETWERN FRAxaFORT clxclxxdTr lP MIA MI 20 iiIDL Frelihtort I1L Pllt Ar 71rr 0015Betown ArII0 1101 As oe cmCIN1UlJtur u fKI i TUOK1 CENTRAL h R POI Wh34 fbl 712A A e Georieklwn Aill ou1aIPa 11P 1IP 5A A Winchester L 24P 11136Yrl115uto 4ninnatr L 2111 AtDdlenJ oU tlantV W HAY Qd CliosaNke Ohio Ry 1thedule it sibject nfLouiArillehashvJllephis XtJL DtcfPer Phil4elpPet and kttrMH 1016 AJL and 745P28 lyrw= DUl SY kMBaiiwau r EAST i EXCEPTUNDAY Tra1u lean Verealju tor lleatt1rJYie sad 1ilLWESTBOUND EXCEJtTaUNDA TrJna from Beattr uti UlLW t WaLmONleave Ttala iuterm dtated au ONn SUNDAYS ONLY TraAa rlnterYersWlyp IlL iThe L LtattdNJcknwIJJO unvacI1teItor brUt i rHHigg H a tJJUll1 u 4J 1C7reKENTUCKY HIGHLAND RAIL ROADon 00Beginning Wednesday Decemhi Jtn the Kentucky Highland Railroad ICo trainyetweea rdosllgtwfc leavetlrD aouble Httill M ram a the eott ttxnctJo to lit sour sled Probably about Juq The following rafcM obtidm ClifeU Jet 1 numboe Gardnerll lieOW Oroe Me Old Taylor NrKWTllJ Minlmwn cjurc 1Qs sIifsdarjm suedexFrankfort and Old Craw VvOfl Between Fraakfort and Old Taylor K0f Issued bj i p F MANNNG lc t IIjipprored by j B t BUSH PTM I WHISKYoily In the city at GEO B SALENDER All good sold under Pure Food Guarantee t jI it 1 r JI PAQE EIGHT I I II Porch Cushions and Rugs LIKE s KINOKI PORCH CUSH XQ i 8 INCHES SQUARE IfcE I BRAIDED STRAWTPRAND DURA BLE JUST THE THING FOR PORCHES PRICE 0 EACH 35 AND 50 CTS jf Crex Porch Rugs 18x36 each 50 cents Crex Porch Rugs 24x48 each 65 cents Crex Porch Rugs 27x54 Inches each 75 cents Porch 36x72 Inches each 125 Porch Rugs 4x7 feet each 250 ICrcx Porch Rugs 6x9 feet each 500 Porch Rugs 8x10 feet 650 Porch Rugs 9x12 feet each 875 J IIDryfioods Want Chair Good Roads At College TRUSTEES OF STATE UNIVERSITY Y CONSIDERING PROPOSAL TO TEACH WORK- s The trustees of Kentucky State University have under consideration a pro position to establish a chair of road tengineering by which road building afit the university CI Hanna of Frankfort Assistant Secretary of Ag riculture delivered an address before i the board in which he Urged that such a chair be established and a professor appointed to fill it who should thoroughly understand the engineering fea tures pertaining to the making of good roads Mr Hanna said 1We must have good roads and the only way we can have them Is to In struct our boys how to build them Let them be taught the proper man ner to build culverts dig ditches and other features of road engineering and In a few years we will have thorough fares in Kentucky that will attract the attention of the world Our plan is to admit each year from every county J in the State two students to this department free of charge Let them after having completed their course be employed by the Government In looking after the roads Mr Hanna stated that he had received communications from a large num ber of farmers throughout the State urging that such a chair be estab lished at the university Six LandidatesInI Col Edgar B Hager of Ashland a Democratic candidate for Congress has just completed a tour of Greenup county In the interests of his candidacy There are now six candidates in the field Ellis E Lawrence of Cat lettsburg county clerk of Boyd court ty Charles Kitchen of Leon general x t merchant Robert D Wilson of Vance burg attorney at law exCongress rman N Kehoe of Maysville banker William T Cole of Greenup attorney and Col Hager 8- i CHURCH NOTICE Zeiglertpastor Services may be expected Sunday June 7 as follows r Schoolr1030 oclockCommUnicants Pray er Meeting in the lecture room 1100 oclock Morning Worship with Communion This congregation will worship In the evening at 730 oclock in the Southern Presbyterian Church You will be welcome at each service CHURCH NOTICE 4r Leestown Mission Mr George Wat son a student of the Allegheny Theo t liglcai Seminary will preach at the Leestown Chapel Sunday evening June 7 at 730 oclock You are invited to this ser vice W R Ward of Dyersburg Tenn writes This Is to certify that I have used Foleys Orino Laxative for chron l ic constipation and it has proven with out a doubt to be a thorough practi i cal remedy for this trouble and it is woth pleasure I offer my conscien tious reference JAPANESE PRCHI CUSHIONS ROUND SHOWN IN CUT MADE OF STRAW WOVEN OVER SPIRAL CENTER COILS PRICE 14 INCHES EACH 5CTS PRICE 16 INCHES I EACH 10 CTS SUMMER Inches Inches Rugs each Of James attend Carpets J Big Glass Will Get High School Diplomas COMMENCEMENT EXERCIES TO BE HELD IN OPERA HOUSE ON WEDNESDAY One of the largest clases ever sent out the world by the Frankfort HighSchool will receive deplomas at the Commencement exercises at the Opera House on the evening of Wed nesday June 10 The year has been a most successful one with the school and It is a splendid body of young men and young women who will receive their certificates as having completed the course of the instruction The complete list of graduates is as Armstrong Violet Culter James Leonard Edelen Charles Al lan Herndon Ruth Embry Hunley Frederick Mary Kaltenbrun Cora Belle Kennedy Elizabeth Marie Mad igan Edwina Frances Marshall Leo Aloysius Meaglier Cbrinne Monday Agnes Hay NIcol Eleanor Lee ODon nell Lilly Brandenburg Park Anna Louise Parrent Mary Park Richard son Elizabeth Theresa Schroff Eliza beth Lorraine Roberts Mary Evt Rob erts Birdie Margaret Sargent Annie Keith South Isabel Glover South Wit liam C Sower Michael Gleason Sulli van Henrietta Lavinia Thompson Mary Etta Cecella Weltzey Henry Robertson Williams KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1907 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates Stanford July 223 days Georgtown July 285 days Winchester August 45 days Danville August 63 days exlngton August 10S days Uniontown Augustll 5 days Burkesvllle August 11 4 days Perryvllle August 123 days Broadhead August 123 days Springfield August 124 days Lawrenceburg August 18i days Shepherdsville August 184 days Carroll Gallatin Owen TriCounty Fair Sanders August 194 daysr Vanceburg August 194 days Barbourville August 193 days Erlanger August 203 days London Auguat 254 days Elizabethtown August 253 days Shelbyvllle August 253 days Burlington August 264 daysJGermantown August 264 Morgantpwn August 274 days Somerset September 14 days Paris September 15 days Hardinsburg September 13 days Fern Creek September 24 days Monticello September 8J days Hodgenville September 83 daysjGlasgow September 94 days Falmouth September 304 datsf A FEW SNAKES Tom Evans claims the record as a snake killer In Carroll county Hej has put 13 blowing vipers out of busi ness ana says he will add to the number before many days passICharles Carrico last week killed al cow sucker 5 feet and 412 inches in length and his wife killed one 6 feet 412 Inches In length Carrollton News No enterprising printer will be con tent with merely keeping up to the times Thosewho are most successful strive to keep ahead of the procession t 1 t l NOT SOLDIERS Men Who Killed Newt Haze lett Have Not Enlisted Gen Johnston Says The Report Is Untrue Kentucky iotill Are Gooperatlnr NIGHT RIDERS ARE STILL AT WORN It was reported here that the men charged with killing Newt Hazlett In Shelby county had enlisted as mem bers of the State militia so that they could carry weapons and be prepared to defend themselves tin case any effort was made to molest them This was denied today by Adjutant General P P Johnston who said that he had heard nothing of such a thing and it could not be done except through his office As there has been no urther trouble in Shelby county It is believed that there Is no danger of either of the men present when Hazlett was shot being Injured The State troops are still on duty In the vicinity of the place where the killing occurred and they are also riding over Henry county and a part of Franklin but no more talk of night riders has been heard and everything has been quiet for so long that the people are beginning to think that the trouble is overKentucky soldiers have been coop erating with the Ohio troops in hand ling the tobacco situation in Bracken county and the Ohio counties which have been raided by night riders Several conferences have been held by the heads of the troops in the two States and they hope to break up the bands which have been operating In Kentucky and Southern Ohio It Js expected that the man under arrest in Ohio who made a confession will implicate men in Kentucky and requi sitions will be asked for from the Governor of Kentucky Gov Wlllson will honor these requisitions at once and it is expected that several Ken foPOhioSCRAPE PLANT BED MAYSVILLE KY June 5Nlgbt riders last nIght visited the farm near here owned by Mrs A C Resr ss of Lexington and scraped a large to bacco bed Samuel Baldwin a tEnant bad intended to raise tobacco on the shares Two weeks ago the bed was salted by night riders but the plants were not killed and were just ready to be set out A grave was dug in the center of the bed and the cotton covering was burled in it A warning wet left on the grave MAYSVILLE KY June 5AtV- erne plantation the estate of the late W W Baldwin four miles southwest of this city was visited by nitjhl rid ers Every plant bed pn the pram wan scraped and salted and many mounds built in them In the shape of graves The plants were ready to be set out and work was to have beguy his morning as a nice rain made u good season There are row a few bails let iln the eastern end of the counV SHOT WITH BUCKSHOT Note ONan Wounds Trump Harp Nar Harpers Ferry In a difficulty which arose over the tobacco war Nobe ONan shot and se riously wounded Trump Harp near Harpers Ferry just across the Franklin county line In Henry county Both men had been nonassociation growers and they and several other farmers of the neighborhood had u plant bed in common from which all were to get their plants The men took turn about guarding plant bed and had decided they would raise tobacco whether or no Several days ago the association growers got hold of Harp and persuaded him not to plant a crop of bacco so when his time came to guard plant bed he refused to do so saying that he was not going to raises tobacco and therefore had no need plants Later ONan and Harp met quarreled ONan shot Harp with- a load of buckshot He will recover Consumptives made Comfortable Foleys Honey and Tar has cured many cases of Incipient consumption and oven in the advanced stages af fords comfort and relief Refuse any but the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar For sale by all druggists J JIl- li4 ti t Eguity Tobacco Shipped Out Of Mason County CROP MQVING WELL AND PLAN TERS ARE ALL PLEASED WITH THEIR SUCCESS A big shipment of Equity tobacco something over one hundred hogs heads was shipped out of the Mason County Tobacco Warenouse Company of this city Monday from the Equity rehouse on Front street sers who had been here r the samples A couple of hundred othe ends have been inspected an of them were forwarded to their nation yesterday and the rest toiiuj or Friday if they can be gotten ready in time Most of the tobacco was raised in Mason county although a few hogs heads are of Robertson county growth Much of it is of the lower grades a type which has about all been bought up over the district As soon as this class of tobacco is gath eyed up the hungry buyers will go af ter the better grades It seems as though the American Tobacco Company is still In the mar ket and not ashamed to buy Equity tobacco out of the pool Most of the th7trustpoint that they are buying at and before very long all the Equity to bacco will be sold at Equity prices Other buyers here the first of the week were De Ridder Griffith Co or Louisville T H Kirk and E W Loud en Co of Cincinnati Mason Inde pendent Buys Big PrintingEstablishment THOS W OWSLEY AND E D VEECH BUYS THE TRANSYL VANIA AT LEXINGTON The Transylvania Company at Lex ington has been formally purchased by Messrs T W Owsley of Bowling Green Ky and Mr E D Veach of that city and as soon as business mat bars can be gotten in shape and the as Fignment of the old Company closed up which will be buta short time the new purchasers will take over the concern and operate It along the mcst progressive lines The Transylvania Company has a large field in which to operate being one of the four large printerle IP the State and will no doubt be a winner from the start Mr Owsler is a brotliorlnlaw of W f Walton of the Kentucky State Journal and had charge of the ad vertising department of the Journal for several months last winter Mr Owsley nade many frhiide in Frank frf r of whom wish him success Degree Of LL B Conferred On Governor STATE UNIVERSITY ALSO GIVES HONORTO JUDGE HENRY BARKER Gov A E Wlllson presented the dl plomas to the class of ninety mem bers which was graduated at Ken tucky State University A large crowd attendd the graduating exercises At the commencement exercises the degree of LL D was conferred upon Gov A E Wlllson and Judge Henry- S Barker member oJthe Court of Appeals from Louisville and the de gree of A M was conferred upon Judge W T Lafferty of Cynthiana who has been elected dean of the law department of the univesity In conferring the degree upon Governor Wlllson Presiden tJames K Patterson sald It was peculiarly appropriate that the first degree conferred by Ken tucky State University since it had be come a university should be conferred upon the chief executive of the old State STRAWBERRY SUPPER The women of the Catholic church will serve a strawberry supper In the rooms which have Just been vacated by the State National Bank on Thurs day afternoon and evening Straw berries and Ice cream will be served by the young women of the congrega tion The money is for the benefit of the church Those who have given our printing a trial have been pleased and grati fied Some of our customers say It Is the best printing done In the city the best they have ever received If You Buy Them OF SELBERT THEY ARE THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN SECURE NICEST AND BEST LINE OF WatchesDiaIDon s an Cut Glass vTO BE FOUND IN THE CITY OF FRANKFORT M Ae SELBERT l JEWELER If You Buy at Selbtrts Its Good CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All advertisements in these columnsarefive cents per line for each insertion and to be paid for strictly in advance ct FOR SALE We have a flratrdass 1 horse power Water Motor that will sell at a low figure Apply at this office tf FOR SALEEIght Plymouth Rock hens and one rooster one year old and best blood They are of the Harry Clubb strain Also five Black Orping ton cockrels of best breeding Will sell cheap as I lack room- I have both Plymouth Rock and Black Orpington eggs Rocks 160 and Orpingtons 250 per fifteen T F TALIAFERRO Shelby St Frankfort Kentucky Old Phone 453 For SaleA rolltop office desk al most as good as new Will sell cheap Call W B Cbenowlth 490 New Phone LostDull jet and gold bracelet Presumably lost In South Frankfort Finder please bring to this office and receive reward New Building At Feeble Minded Institute BOARD OF CONTROL WILL ERECT STRUCTURE THAT WILL COST 35000 I The Board of Control of Charitable Institutions at its meeting here took up the question of expending the mon ey which was appropriated by the last General Assembly but It wafc found that an architect and a me chanical engineer would have to be empoyed nothing could be done at present toward the improvements which are needed An architect will be employed for the new building which will be erected at the Feeble Minded Institute in this city and a mechanical engineer will be engaged to superintend the installation of the new heating plants at Lakeland and Hopkinsvllle Fifty thousand dollars was appropriated for heating plants at the two asylums located at these places and the engi neer will install the machinery and prepare the plan for remodeling of the present plants- A new building to cost 35000 will be erected here for the feeble minded children who are now badly chrowd ed This building will greatly relieve the present congestion in the old buildings where the children are now sleeping In double deeked beds Will Collect Writings Of Jefferson Davis So insistent has become the demand for the collection and publication of the writings and speeches of Jeffer son Davis among historians that the Mississippi Department of Archives and History has been prompted to col lect them The cooperation of every patriotic organization In the South is solicited and it Is requested that all correspondence be addressed to the director of the department Dunbar Rowland at Jackson Miss Notice To Chicken Raisers Receipt 41144 cures Cholera Roup Gapes Conker and Limiberneck Price 50 cents No cure no pay Guarantied by McKee Bardie and J W Gayle druggis- ts593m SATURDAY JUNE 6 1901 For SaleTwo Steel Roller Mills four roll reach Also four horizontal Fre JTube Boilers All in good condition W A GAINES Frankfort Ky FORSALE CHEAPWe have a 32finch Paper Cutter in perfect tion that we will sell very cheap Address this office tl For Sale A handsome twostorr Jisments For terms call at this of See I WantedOne thousand foxes Will pay 150 apiece and will pay cash You can either draw on me or send bill and I will remit promptly J D Stodghill Shelbyvllle Ky Miss Chinn Graduates At State University AND ACCEPTS POSITION AS TEACHER OF DOMESTIC + c SCIENCE Miss Aubyn Chinn daughter of Mrs Jennie M Chinn of this city grad uated with high honors at the State University Thursday participating in lthe exercises in which Gov Wlllson delivered the diplomas to the gradu ating class Miss Chinn who was Oneof the honor members of the class t has been appointed as assistant teachtaer In charge of Domestic pnrtment of the Lexlngtoa PUbUCY School and will begin her work with the fall term fThe position pays an attractive sal tary and offers a splendid field for im jprovement and advancement Miss Chinas many friends and relatives i at her home here are very proud to Yearn pf her splendid work and sue q cess and feel satisfied that she wilt ifl prove herself splendidly qualified iota her new field She will spend her va Lit iication here with her mother J Cupid Gets hills Work Ina laundry ifi Cupid gets In his work even under f4 iprosaic circumstances and work In R j laundry is no bar to the darts of the god of love Miss Annie Mitchell r t John Wilhelm who were employed inIt 1loveat work and they were married last Saturday at the residence of the Rev J K P South about five miles from Frankfort Mrs Wllhelm is a daugh ter of Mrs Lulu Mitchell and Is Itipretty and attractive young woman She Is only sixteen years old Her husband Is eighteen years of age Both are well known In Frankfort and i are popular Bryan Will Kciiirii Any Of Ryans Money Lincoln NebIn a statement giveniout to the Associated Press William J Bryan replies to an article appear ing a week ago In the New York World charging that Mr Bryan was the beneficiary of a campaign contri i button made by Thomas F Ryan Mr Bryan declares that If Mr Ryan made v the contribution It was without his knowledge or consent and he repeats his former statement that when It Is proven to him that Mr Ryan did make j the contribution be will see that the money IB returned to the donor a xui