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L1 t i FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS j AND ROUNDABOUT i i j 1 XXXI FRANKFORT KENTUCKY JUNE 20 1908 No 41 CHEER TEDDY rx Wiiile Delegates Nominate I Taft For President and Hisses Greet The Machines Work Republican Put Through The t Slate At Chicago Q ACK OF ENTHUSIASM MARKEDI rtJ iiIfj With 15000 spectators groaning BrJ issing and 702 delegates cheering hemselvea hoarse the Republican National Convention nominated Wm Hf Taft for President of the United conventiOn met at 10 oclck and Taft was nominated seven hour- later From first to last it was a Roose velt demonstration When Ohio was called for itfc nomination the Taft men gave the signal and the delegates parared through the hall Two mense portraits o Secretary Taft were produced by Ohio delegates Several State delegations stood on chairs and little girl was hoisted on Ydelegates shoulder and waved a Taft flag The delegates yelled but the f spectators sat silent Burton made his speech placing Taft in nomination The delegates again paraded around TBen there were more speeches seconding the nomination Frank Han lyof Indiana made a long talk for Fairbanks He was Jerred off the pre siding officers stand When these preliminaries had been accomplished Lodge announced that the vote would ybe taen f Give Us Teddy Suddenly there was an uproar ex pending from one end to the other o endsa man made his appearance waving a lithograph of Theodore Roosevelt Teddy Teddy give us Teddy V The huge assembly caught up the cry Delegates were pelted with pa per balls from the gallaries shrieked at by women occupants contemptu ousjy referred to by men fClear the galleries shouted the jtielegatea to Chairman Lodge Lodge brought fils gavel down on the presid OlJi officers desk It could not b e heard twenty feet Off The Roosevelt enthusiasm was to full swing For nearly an hour it kept up then there was a brief pause The secretary will call for the vote of Alabama announced Chairman Lodge Alabama casts its twentytwo votes for Taft came from J 0 Thompson the Collector of Internal Revenue Birmingham and the spokesman of the delegation No Break In the MachIne- It was all over then and there Taft was as good as nominated There was not a break In the machine Three uninstructed delegates from Pennsyl vania voted for Roosevelt Good boy good thatswhat we want came from the gallery There were more cheers of Roosevelt The machine reo Burned its work Wyoming was called voted for Taft and the secretaries pro cceded to foot up the total and Chairman Lodge announced Taft nominat ed The delegates cheered lustily enough but the people In the galla Ties proceeded to get out of conven tion by the nearest exits There was never at o national convention leas enthusiasm tor a winning candidate than was manifested toward Taft Proba bIy no man ever had occasion to be the recipient of the sincere sponta neous expression of indorsement aG- voterscorded to Roosevelt by the of hfs rtythe men In tho gallery lr NO DOOKMAKINhTRACKS LEXINGTON KY June 19Sf- nlThe State Racing Commission t a meeting here today refused to allow the Latonla race track to re turn to the old system of bok making and directed the sheriff of the county to see to it that no betting be allowed by that plan The Commission de tided that the Parlmutuels are legal and betting can be conducted by that system but the bookmakers will not be allowed to do business The Commission made a cut in the purses Governor Approves Acting Governor Cox says the State Government is ready to back up the Commission in trying to stop book making at Latonla and says that he approves of what was done by the Commission Floyd Byrd Quits Race For Congress A Floyd Byrd who has been the Democraticsnomination for Congress from the 10th district has withdrawn from the race The reason assigned is that his prl vate affairs demand so much of his attention that be has not time to make a canvass He was the contending candidate for the nomination at the last convention and was thought to have the nomination assured this time The other announced candidates are ofnWinchester and Judge Amos Davis of Morgan county ea FEW GOVERNORS GO TO PRISON To See How Convicts re- Treated and Fare Gov Blackburn Set Prece dentf For Gov Cox STORY OF PARDON OF CRIPPLE They are telling stories now about Governor Blackburn since Acting Governor Cox visited the penitentiary and talked to the convicts It is said that Governor Blackburn used to do things like that and that he was the only man who ever did It He would go to the prison and see for himself how things were there and he would talk to the convicts So that he could see how they looked They tell a story about like this Three strong men were on their way froths the depot to the penitentiary one morning with a part of a man The man had only one leg and one arm and one eye He was not strong at best A man stepped up to the guards and said Does it take three men to take penitentiarytmen said it did that the law allowed them to get the tees for taking a convict to the prison and they Intended get ting it They did not see anyhow what business it was of the man who was asking the questions So you are willing to put your county to the additional expense just because the law allows you to dot it asked the man We certainly are going to get all the fees that are coming to us re plied the guards What the devil business of yours is it Well I am Gov Blackburn and I have need for that man You turn round now and take him back to the depot I am going to set him treeGov Blackburn the man who had been asking the questions then went back to the Governors omce and wrote out a pardon for the crippled prlsqnor The man was released be fore the train back to his home town arrived and he went back on tho rain with the men who had been his guards but went as a free man ALL TO HOLD ON- o Committees Lose Out Under The New Rule Against OfficeHolders Judge Hager Wrote In Clause Deciding Point MUCH MOOTED QUESTION SETTLED No member o the new Democratic tate Central and Executive Committees will lose his place on those com mittees by reason of office which he now holds although under the new rules if he becomes a candidate for office or accepts any office which is placed under the ban he would for felt his place on the committe to which he was elected This Is the construction placed on the new rules by Judge W S Hager who was chair man of the committee on organization which drafted the rules and Judge Hager says it was the Intention a the committee to make the rules so that o member of the committee would lose out by reason of the fact that e now holds From omceIvhlch determines the whole thing and his was written Into the rules byI udge Hager after jthe rules had been ypewritten arid before they presented o the convention at Lexington here had been some discussion of ow this clause got into the rules nd the question has been aaked sev ral times who wrote that Into the ules Judge Hager said yesterday hat he wrote the clause in and did t at the instance o the committee vhlch prepared the rules The lause after this date applies to members of the committee who may become candidates for mca or who are appointed to office and says they are ineligible but after this date omes In and prevents the rule from elimiating some six members of the two committees Judge Hager says thata the first in tendon of the committee was to frame the rules so that no man who holds office can be a member of either of the committees or any county or city committee but many men appeared before the committee on organization and urged that the present members who had been elected under the old rules should be allowed to serve out their termiteThe committee then changed Its mind and decided that the rules would be so framed as to permit the present members to hold their places The rule works queerly Thomas Combs who is a member of the State Central Committee Is a State Senator He can hold both places but if for in stance M J Meagher who is also a member of the committee should even run for the Legislature he would have to resign as a member of the State Committee However that is the party law The new rule against office holding has caused much discussion and it has been contended that under the rules six or more members of the committee would have to resign Judge Hager who as chairman of the committee on organization should know what the Intention of the com mittee was says that nobody will lose and that the members of the com mittee as elected in Lexington will bold their places Judge Hager says that a motion was made in the committee that mom bers of the Legislature be exempted from disqualification in the rule against office holders but this was voted down by the committee e Teachers Send Ou- tThousands Of Cards SUY NTIRE STOCK OF s POSTALS O- FD FRANKFORT t Souvenir postal cards have gone out of Frankfort by the thousands this week The Kentucky Educational As sedation has been holding its meet ings here and the teachers have been working the souvenir postals over time There are so many things In Frankfort which work up well in sou venlr postal cards Frankforts drug stores and many othe- places keepa big supply but they weremost bought out by the teachers old State house and the new capitol were the favorites and there was a strong demand for cards shoeing these places Scenes connected with the killing of William Goebel are also popular on account of the pardoning of Powers and How ard and the cards almost swampe the men ix the postoffice The teachers came here in force and they were out for a good time mainly also they wanted to communicate with friends at home and the postal cards were easy SOIilERS SHOOT 1 Repuls NightlRiders In Bracken fi MAJOR WEBB BELIEVES ONE OR MOREIMEN WERE WOUNDED IN FIGHT 1t Several night riders may have been wounded and a body of them was epulsed by the soldiers In an attack which was made on the house of Louis Kinney in Bracken county in which against the night riders The soldiers who were on guard at Kinneys house fired several volleys at the riders and it is believed that several were badly wounded and carried off by their com news o the clash between th oldiers and the night riders came to Frankfort in a report from Major Webb who is in command of the sol diers now on duty in Bracken county Maj Webb said in his report that a band of men went to Kinneys house about midnight and attempted to tak i him from his home They never had a chance to carry out their intentions as the soldiers who have been guarding Kinney- home s in anticipation of an attack o him promptly began shooting as soo as they saw the night riders who fled Major Webb says he has reason t believe that the bullets fired by the soldiers found human marks Louis Kinney is a brother o the prosecuting attorney in Bracken county and has made determined effort to bring to justice the men who hay been raiding in Bracken county Kinney says that he will tell the next grand Jury the names of many men who have been on raids with the nigh- riders and believes that he has sum clent evidence to convict every ma Kinney recently was whipped by band of the night riders IExcItement In Shelby Jacksonville neigh orhood In Shelby county near the Franklin county line where Newto- Hazlett was killed several weeks ago are much exlcited and it Is feared tha serious trouble may result Ther- were found on the front porch of Win Thompson a son of Col W E Thompson a prominent member of the Burley Tobacco Society a box of matches a bottle of poison and a bundle o switches A note said that Thompson had better leave within ten days o suffer the consequences The nob- was Igned L and O W the initials of the Law and Order League I Is feared that there may be a mild sort of civil war In that neighborhood Troops ore still on duty in that section Miss Mary Timberlake ea of Winches ter came Thursday to spend the sum mer with Mr Win H Hoge and tarn lly TAFTSDESIRESWere Beaten Was Opposed To Him As National Committeeman Democrats May Agree In acerPOLITICAL GOSSIP IN LOUISVILLE Special Correspondence LOUISVILLE KY June 18It must have been a rude awaKening for Covingtondwhen he went to Chicago and found that the rollers had been nicely adjusted by a certain faction of his Republican brethren and that it was being planned to shunt him into ob livion He went up there fully ex pecting to be advanced to the Republ sin Sanhedrim otherwise the Repub lican National Committee It look rke a cinch during the State conven tion in Louisville it looked like Cinch up to the time the committee met In Chicago wither Frank Fisher the Paducah Postmaster went with a committeeman bee in his bonnet It just happens that I was wise to the nsldeness of the affair a few days be ore the public was expected to know bout it It amused me considerably loJise JithejIiclaimslfedtiiM Eros that Hitchcock was for hh1thaf he was olng to tell Hitchcock on Mr Fisher If Frank didnt quit opposing him and that he would appeal to his friend Charley and Bill Taft If he wasnt elected forthwith It was these things that were to laugh As a matter of fact Hitchcock was for Fisher all the time I also have It THEeMr Taft was against Mr Ernst I was not told why he was against Mr Ernst but more than a week ago I was told that it waa Mr Tafts desire that Mr Ernst not be elected committeeman from Kentucky Sen torelect Bradley was also against Ernst Mr Bradley and Judge Bur nam who gathered In the grapes termsnunanto figure out the new outcomeoa or not I am inclined to believe that the Joy at defeating Ernst Is more than compensation for th election of Judge Burnam t tt bedone in Louisville about nominating for Congress In this district until after the national convention There are nntHerman Newcomb the latter well and onhavlnag been a member of the Legislature fo two terms I am inclined to believe from what I hear that an effort will be made to get one or the other to retire from the race and leave the generana most desirable consummation I am primereor a fought and would do the party in this district no particular good I also believe that both the candidates recog henfd reason ttrThe Hon Henry R Prewitt Chairman of the Democratic State Contras and Executive Committees was in Louisville this week and announced that he would call his committees to gether after the national convention and prepare for the coming campaign by the election of a campaign com mitten The committees will in Louisville and permanent meetI quarters will be selected this city Mr Prewitt Is very sanguine 1irtiflllfftW t of the success of the party this fallQand his sentiments are heartily agreed t with by tile Democrats in Louisville The Democrats of this city by the sway are going to the Denver conven tion in force It Is likely that eral hundred will be on the special Bain out of this cftYeThey goinj Ito shout for W J Bryan an enthuse over him and they are coming back to put some of their enthusiasm in their fellow Democts who are compelled to stay at home National Committeeman Urey Wood son when he passed through Louis vllle this week for Chicago said It was a shame that Ollie James the big First District Congressman had tied himself up so that he couldnt accept the temporary chairmanship of the Democratic National Convention at Denver Ollie could have the place if he would only give the word He refused the honor as a matter of fact when it was offered to him saying lie had committed himself to Henry D Clayton of Alabama There is some talk of making Ollie permanent chairman and this may be done Kentucky will loom largely in the Denver con vention showing up in great contrast rial with the delegation from this State toiChicago where every one was at every other members throat Its pretty early to talk about nomi nees for Mayor in Louisville but I see that a Democratic club down in the Eleventh ward has indorsed Owen Tyler for the nomination a year hence edINSIDERe aFFOR VICEPRESIDENT Republican Convention Makes Quick Work x f i Selects New York Congress On First Ballot RESULT NEVER IN ANY DOUBT It will be Taft and Sherman Congressman James S Sherman of f New York was nominated as the Re ublican candidate for Vfce President by the Republican National Conven lion in Chicago The nomination was thereawas no question as to the result when the balloting began Mr Sherman wns put in nomination by Timothy Wood ruff The allies plead for one crumb and were solidly in favor of the nomina lion of Representative Sherman for the Vice Presidency They told the Taft leaders that the nomination of the New York man would strengthen ethe ticket heal some of the bruises Inflicted by the Hitchcock machine and Insure the electoral vote of the Empire State to the Republican party The New York delegation met on Thursday and Indorsed Sherman The States of most of the allies did the same thing- Sherman was the only avowed can dilate for the place He was support ed by Cannon Payne Dalzell and the- r House organization and every other Republican member of Congress In Chicago GOVERNOR GOES TO BOSTONft Gov Augustus Willson and Mrs Wlllson left Sunday night for Chica go where the governor will attend the National Republican ConTention after which the governor will go toiBoston to attend the closing exercises a of Harvard of which university Gov Willson was graduated thirtynlne years ago He and Mrs Willson will be the guests of President Eliot and ti Mrs Eliot of Harvard and will be en tertained by them One of the fea tures of the closing exercises will bo the conferring of the degree of LL D on Governor Willson Rev J W Harvey the noted evan gelist of Crayton Ky began a revival service at the Bellepoiut Chapel loci evening at 8 oclock w hick will con tinue during the next ten days tltirlj RAGE TWOAATIIIanAV niafr nnenm c = WOUND FATAL Former Frankfort Man Killed At Louisville Luther Norwood Shot B- yPatrolman aI Father On Police Force Here l orlears TROUBLE OVER Aft REST TF GIRL When the train from Louisville stopped at the station here Tuesday stopped at the station her Tuesday morning a broad pine box was taken Prow the baggage car and a hearse was waiting to convey the box with the still form inside to the cemetery Luther Norwood had come back home But his homecomhig was dif ferent from what ho had expected Instead of joy hs homecoming brought only sadness for the form inside that box was what had been Jiving man young and active bu now the body was still and only the mortal flesh remained Luther Norwood was shot an killed in Louisville Saturday during a fight with Patrolman Con Wickham Joseph Norwood hi father was bruised and battered b usediBathmember of the police force for many years Young Norwoods body was t buried here Tuesday The following story of the was given in theI J C wIerJournal of Sunday As the result of an attack on Patrol man Con Wickhanv last midnight said to have been made by Luther Norwood and others In front of Dave Reeds saloon 141 East street Norwood was shot In the abd likelykbadly bruised about the head and Patrolman Wickham was badly beat en about the head with pistols and otUer weapons It Is alleged that the row was th arrestIingthe charge of disorderly conduct who Is a sweetheart of Luther Norwood She was afterwards released from jailIorr wLast night as Patrolman Wickham was walking along the street Nor wood It is said approached him an btfgan to upbnVd him for arresting the woman Patrolman Wickham i told Norwood he was under arrest f Then It Is said Norwood attacked the patrolman They had not scuf lied long before the father Joseph Norwood came along and got Into k the fracas K Simons and other bystanders soon joined in While being beaten over the hea with pistols and clubs Patrolman Wickham drew his revolver and shot IlJut er Norwood in the abdomen Several shots were fired and one t shot went through Patrolman Wick hams coat Patrolman McCue came up and joined in the fight striking left and right with his club When the fighting ceased It was found that Patrolman Wickham was badly beaten about the head He wa- MarkeistreetfEast Chestnut street was bruise about the head and body He and hi son were taken to the City Hospital where Luther Norwood was operated on K Simons who tried to help the patrolman was badly hurt bein truck by a stick Luther Norwoo- rft 37 of age and lives on Mar hat street between Clay and Shelby tree s Both he and Ms father are detained at the City Hospital on the i charge of malicious assault Bids For Power House Opened On July 101 Advertisements have been ordered for bids for the construction of the new powerhouse In connection with the new Capitol and also for the lay trig out of the grounds around theJ 9building The bids will be opeend on J July Hiat the Governors office It is expected that the powerhpuse will cost about 60000 The Capitol Commission met this afternoon and order od the advertisements printed Those who have given our printing a trial have been pleased and grati l tIed Some of our customers say It is the best printing done in the city the best they have ever received Venerable Jurist Confined To His Bed JUDGE W S PRYOR SUFFERS A TACK OF INDIGESTION AT HIS HOME Judge William S Pryor former Chief ustlce of the State of Kentucky an- ne d o the most noted lawyers In the South is confined to his bed at his home near Eminence suffering from acute Indigestion Although his phy sicians do not think therejfcany nee m account ofe Judges present Tllness the venerable jurist its rounded out his eightieth year nd on account of his age physicians ear another attack may take a tur f a serious nature a PARDON SEEKERS Keep Acting Governor Cox Busy All The Time WOMAN WITH BABY IN HER 1ARMS SECURES FREEDOM FOR- t HUSBAND 11As Is the custom when the Gover leaves the State a crowd of pardon seekers descended upon Franks preYfor some reason the Lieutenant Gov ernor Is supposed to be more tender hearted than the Governor When W iO Bradley was Governor and W J Worthington was Lieutenant Governor he was always beselged by ap plicants for pardon wherever the Governor left the State It is prett much the same way now IWith a baby In her arms getting Its dinner at the parental breast a Governorsn huoband and she went away with the JsHash and her husband was In the penitentiary having been convicted on a charge of manslaughter and sen tenced to confinement for a period of theekilling of J Dan Nelson in Larue penitentiaryHash were Senator Greenwood A Tar- lor and several others who are in terested in the convicted man They marched Into the Governors office and presented their side of the case urg Thedwoman was carrying her baby and the whole party made an affective iplea ifor executive clemency the baby not being the least important of the pleaders Kentucky Thoroughbreds dToEngland JAS R KEENE SENDS OVER BUNCH OF WELL BRED YOUNGSTERS IJames R Keene has shipped from his Castleton stud near Lexington thoroughbredtyearlings which it is here will be placed on shipboard next wheredbyshis son Foxhall Keene who most of his time In that country This consignment of yearlings will be an important addition to the Eng introductiong hasdin recent years produced Colin Celt Ballot Peter Pan Electioneer and themIteresting to note how the Castleton bred horses which have been so suc cessful in America will rank with the best horses of England While It e8rSlagoWales Stakes with Disguise these horses were sent over at the end of their 2yearold form and this will be the first time any considerable number of Castletonbred horses have been sent abroad as yearlings which will give them an opportunity to be come acclimated before they are called upon to race Disguise who won the Princess of Wales Stakes for Mr Keene was returned to Castle ton and some o the yearlings which will be shipped tomorrow are by him o Wo would like to show you our superb line of up to date samples W modern printing LES MISERABLES iLined Up Before Governor iTo Tell Their Tales PARDONS WILL BE C r DAVE BEEN GIVEN MANY MAIMED AND CRIPPLE- Ds a result of the visit to the pent tentiary by acting Gov j cer 4taln that many rdon pet tessly and crippled H BrtIH be granted and there Bcen eral cleaning up of the son of men who are Incapacitated or who haven been In the prison many years with a good clean record Gov Cox went through the prison and was in the hospital where the cripples are lo cated It was the first time in many years that a Governor of the State has been through the grim prison and the first time In the memory of the oldest guard that the Governor ever went among the men and talked to them about their cases and the reasons why they wanted pardons Tile Governor stayed In the prison for three hours He found about thlrtyfive men onelegged onearmed other diseases and It Is almost cer taro that as the result of the trip through the penitentiary many of these men will be allowed to go free to their homes It will be one of the most remarkable things in the history of Kentucky and something that few Governors would dare do but the prison officials say that it should be done as the men area useless ex pense on the State Harry Miles a negro sent from Louisville got his freedom as Gov Cox told him that if he lived until tomorrow he would certainly pardon him Miles has been in the penitentiary for twentyfive years having been sent up under the habitual trim foryrecord in the prison is xcellent with not a mark against lim When the Governor went to the prison he asked that all the cripples and incapables be brought before him There were some thirtyof them and the men were lined up In the yard The Governor stood In front of them ands as Warden Mudd called each mans name that man stepped for ward and whispered to the Governor his story of why he wanted apardon and why he thought he ought to go free Each man had his say and while this was going on the other convicts were watching and trying to get in their say with the Gover nor all being eager to tell their tales to the man who could release them The Governor heard only the cripples and incapables some of whom were blind but he did let Mays have his sayIn the hospital the Governor found one man who had sat in the same chair every day for two years and never had been able to move from the room Several men who are dy ing of consumption were also found After the Governor had been through the prison the prison band was brought out and the crack negro cakewalkers among the convicts did stunts for the benefit of the Gover nor and the visitors- ADVERTISED LETTER LIST The following is a list of letters remaining in the Franfort Postoilcn the week ending Saturday June 13 Best Lee- Blacknby John Boyers E K Burton J W Colvan Dick sCook Bud- Ferguson Miss Martha Fitch F L Fowler J M Francis Will Gregory Mrs Laura Halnten A H Hicks Miss Annie Hoklns Westley Jones Laura Keffltt Wn Lont Creek Din Co McAllister Miss Jennie Martin Henry Emery Robertson Mrs Annie f Rose Willie 2 R Ilync Mlsa Satle Scott Harry Stephens Mrs Sarah Stone Miss Mary Waters Kate Witt Charley Any one calling for these letters will please say advertised- G L BARNES P M CARDOME COMMENCEMENT The Sisters of Visitation Academy at Cardome In Scott county cordially Invite their friends and patrons to attend the Junior entertainment Friday June 12 at 2 oclock and their commencement exercises Tuesday June 16 at 2 oclock Cool Airy Shady Private AND THEY LAST FOR YEARS JudoPatent- edREENFORCED HAMMOCKS isuctor PORCH SHADES LAWN FURNITURE Exclusive Agency For Old Hickory Furniture ALSO LAWN SWINGS GEORGE H STEHLIN FURNITURE AND CARPETS Who Will Be- PresidentThis is a Presidential Year and every man must read to keep post ed on politics Th- eCourierJournal Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as develops One dollar a year is the price of the Weekly CourierJournal But you can get that Paper and the Weekly News Both One Year For 125 If you will send your PaperNot Journal Daily CourierJournal 600 a Year Weekly CourierJournal 200 a Year We can give you a com 8 Bottled In Bond IIIIj Hand Made Sour Mash The Very Best Product Of the Finest Distillery IN THE WORLD The Geo CoIncorporated FRANKFORT KENTUCKY TE SCREEN Your Home NowJ BUSYWE t SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWSf AT PRICES WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERYONE 11GRASSLawn MowersrEVER SHOWN IN THE CITY PEx1400iNorth Star Refrigerators Sherwin Williams Paint WE SOLICIT YOUR PHONE ORDERS AND MAKE PROMPTr RELIVERYw J R1 SORER HARDWARE CO Incorporated Both Phone 16 MAIN STREET rDollars and Sense 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 DOLLAR IN VALUE FOR EVERY DOLLAR YOU PAY US WE j CAN PROVE THIS TO YOUR ENTIRE SATISFACTION IF GIVEN AN OPPORTUNITY DROP US A CARD AND OUR REPRESENTATIVE WILL CALL TO SEE YOU SELLER CARRIAGE COIn- corporated t VERSAILLES KY I lH K WARD President C M BROWNING SecTreas X bination Cut Rate on these if you willwrite this paper enclosing cash with order PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR C A FISH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Todd Building at St Clair Street Bridge GOTH PHONES 427 r 11HOT 9 WEITZELMANAGEFIi either the i l best hostelry in the cityFy J rt wfoff T PP YiJ 1 TT71i lA7UISDAV JUNE 20 1908 PAGE THREE AWhOFA PICNCMwoFASatu- rdayL July 4th at Glenwood Park Frankfort Ky For Different Contests 117 Prizes Will Be Awarded The Winners SB BALL AND THE GREAT FORESTER DRILL PIN THE AFTERNOON FIRE STORKS AT NIGHT Diamond Vu t By THE FAN egrass League StandingW POI rankfort M5 7 681 Uchmohd 14 7 667 Lawrenceburg 8 9 470 Shelbyville 6 9 400 Versailles 813 381 Lexington 7 12 308 The Lawmakers defeated the Dis Hers here Wednesday afternoon tel ten Innings of the poorest exhibl Ion of the National game ever wit eased at the local park The Frankfort boys started off playing big lea gue ball having sent Reed to the tall and uncut In the second ending Cornell who was on the firing line for the Lawmakers was In the pink of condition and not a Distiller had reached first up to the time he In t jured his finger at the bat and It was the universal opinion that had he been able to finish the game the score II would have been Frankfort 9 and the Lawrenceburgs 0 3 Right here Is Where Capt Nell made a grave mistake by sending In 1McFarland to take the place of Cornell and should have lost the game McFarland did the best he could but i he could do nothing and finally Capt Nell had to get the hook and send Little Dick In to save the game tThe score and summary t Frankfort AB R H P A E M L Angermeier If 6 1 3 1 0 0 Steele 2b 623220tLeo Angermeler c 5 1 0 9 2 0 M Wright cf 4 03 3 0 0 11 elhe 3b 4 0 1 3 1 1 Alll6on ss 10 0 0 10 S Chapman lb 3b 512800J rf 3b p 3 131 42sr Nell rf 41 2 01 0 J rtCornen p 1 1 1 0 0 p 1b 31130 1 t Totals 4110193012 4 Lawrenceburg AB R H P A E Hannlgan 3b 32 10 4 lJBonn 2b n 5 0 2 3 1 W t Gysel ss 5 2 2 1 0 0L Kelly lb 4 1 Oil 0 Sumner rf p 41 1 1 5 Crain If 411000Gilbert cf 60 1 0 00 j Gaither c5 0 0 11 1 0 Reed p rf 5 2 0 1 1 0 it Totals 35 9 9 2812 Score by Innings Frankfort 161001000 11 Latyburg 0001016000 TJwo base hitsGysel Gilbert Sttele utcherlSacrifice Jh struck outby Cornell 2 by McFar j land 3 l y Crutcher 5 by Reed 2 by Sumner 6 Base on balls Sum nor 2 McFarland 4 Hits Off Reed 6 lu 1 13 Innings off McFar i Umpireowmani l A few more stunts like the one LawTf My cut n big hole In the gate receipts in the future When Cornell was In jured and forced out of the game Instead of putting either Little Dick Crutcher or Rusty Wright In the t Captain placed McFarland In the box and what the Distillers did to him wa good and plenty While McFarland dayJwas t takingri a season than they eve did before and are attending each and every gam fin large numbers e en the weed days and the kicks that were hear Wednesday would malt boo three E feet thick If the Lawmakers had Ino one else to pitch there would have bei a murmur but as there were ia t two twirlers either one of whom can make monkeys out oft131stlller kincd Frankio club they should by all means retelve better treatment The people pay to see a ball game and they are entiled jiy v to see one and the sooner the mana realize as much they will be- n JJ1Letsthe beat base ball town In the StateI but we cant do this by such as the Captain made Wednesday Cut child play out and play big league ball Clarence Allison has been mode Captain of the Lawmakers and if tho managers dont butt in too much we believe that he will shortly have one of the best teams In tho State Nibs certainly knows the game and says he Is sure to land the pennant for Frankfort Just as soon as he Is able to get back In the game he says he Intends to have the boys to practice at every opportunity and to take the necessary exercise We be lleve this is one of the wisest things that Kennedys sluggers have done this season anti feel confident that they will have no cause to regret their action Perhaps the hardest fought game of the season will take place Sunday afternoon at Glenwood Park between the Pioneers of Richmond and the Lawmakers of this city Both teams are out for blood and have added new material to their clubs and it will be a battle royal from the time Tommy Gainey wells play ball until the last half of the ninth ending From all indications the crowd will be a record breaker as a big bunch will come down from Richmond and the surrounding towns will con tribute many fans The Captain of the Lawmakers is getting his men In the pink of condition and says that he will win the game with all ease Following is the line up for the game Frankfort Lawrenceburg- Leo Angerraeler CGaitheeCo- rnell P Sommero Chapman BKellySteele 2 B Geary HannlgantAngermeler L F Satterwhite SearcyiSeveral of the fans of this city have at last deckled to help the man alters of the Lawmakers by subscrib 1ing money to defray the expense o employing some new men This s the right step in the right direction 0and the fans should not fail to res pond when the collector calls We are compelled have some new mat erial if we want to win the pennant All the other clubs In the Blue Grass League are sparing no expense to strengthen their team mel from now on until the season closes each and every game will be hotly contested The Capital of the State should win the prize anti if the lovers of tho game will only rally to the support of our home boys we can and wli come out with banners flying The City and County officials will shortly cross bats with State officials at the local park The proceeds of the game will be donated to the Kings Daughters Hospital This will pro bably be one of the most Interesting games of the season as some of the most prominent men in the city will take part Capt Jackson Morris of the State House team has not gotten certaidiCox will be In game Cap Polsgrove of therCity and County bunch has a strong Begn Jler Crutcher Geo DakSouthdThe Thoroughbreds are to play Frankfort Tuesday and Manager Sheets is trying to get the boys from Frankfort to come to Lexington on that date to play although the game is scheduled to bo played at t lo Capl tol As this is the only league game here next week Manager Kennedy will insist on the Lexington bunch coming here on Tuesday r hY CHILDREN 12 YEARS AND UNDER FREE ADMISSION 25 CETNS The postoffice boys have organized- a han team in order to challenge the of the State House and City Club which will shortly lineup is as follows rnes captain and mona c Smlther p Gibbs ss Williams 2b Jackson J unit rf Crockett cf Church If Substitutes Shownlter Thompson Phillips Rogers Hulett and Hocken smith Lovely mascot 1 The Lawmakers trimmed the Ver bunch Sunday to the tune of to 2 on the local diamond Little Crutcher had the visitors guess at all stages of the game while Doyle of the Aristocrats was hit at will After five endings Doyle was yanked out and Haag was substituted and he held the Lawmakers down the rest of the game This was the sixth straight game that Frankfort has de feated the Versailles gang The game between the Lawmakers and the Distillers was more of a rough and tumble hurt and get hurt affair than a ball game usually is though the game was hard fought and good to the very last of the tenth innning Cornell got his finger mashed Wiehe took the blind staggers Nibs Allison had several bad bolls Crutcher got his arm injured by a pitched ball Reed played off third and got hit In tine back and a number of players were struck by pitched balls The Shelbyvilles defeated the Lexington team Wednesday at Shelby vllle to the tune of 3 to 2 in n ten ending game Batteries Shelby vllle Owen and Long Lexington Sumner and Fry Hits Shelbyvllle 11 Lexington 3 Long made a home run Shelbyville has ben strength ened by the following players Kra her shortstop Varnadose third base Horning second base Kuhn first base Long and Hemphlll Chapman of Cincinnati is here to play first base and ho will probably cover that bag the resfeof the season for the Lawmakers He Is without- a doubt one of the best first sackers in the country and his bating eye is not bad by a long shot Chapman will tighten Uliour team a great deal and we should beat the Rich mond team two to one on next Sun 1RRChapman our new first sacker entitled Uellevetthat we have now the best bunch of players in the entire league With Chapman at first Steele at second Weihe at third and Allison at short tvitinfcan eel1 this bunch together until the season closes Its a cinch that wo will land at the top of the Blue Grass League Sunday week the Shelbyville boys will be here with about two hundred rooters and as these boys have got ten a lot of new men from the minor clubs of Louisville they expect to take the Lawmakers Into camp with ease The crack Richmond team went down to at the hands of tho 1Shelbyville boys Thursday afternoon at Shelbyville to the tune of 7 to 2 The defeat of the Pioneers forces tho Lawmakers back into first place where they rightfully belong Poor old Versailles suffered another defeat Thursday at their home grounds by the Lawrenceburg boys by a score of3to S Arthur Long has been playing in the SouthernLeague this season and who had written here to get a place on our team has thrown uu down and signed with the Shelbyville club The managers telegraphed to Gin clnatl yesterday for a crack right field er and he Is expected here for Sun days game with Richmond NO HUMBUG No humbug claims have to bo made for Foleys Honey and Tar the well known remedy for coughs colds and lung troubles The fact that more bottles of Foleys Honey and Tar are used than of any other cough remedy is tine best testimonial of its great merit Why then risk taking some unknown preparation whoa FoleY a Honey and Tar cost you no more and is safe and sure For epic by all drug gists f f Kentucky Cattle AndIHogs Go To Brazil EXPERIMENT STATION PRE SENTS REPRESENTATIVE WITH FINE CALF Benjamin H Hunnicutt Director da Escola Agricola Lavras Minas Bra zll and Donata Aadrade Oliveira Minas Brazil and Sr Achilles Mor aes of Minas Brazil have been In Lexington for a few days past on their mission from Brazil to this country to buy horses cattle and hogs They have made some purchases At the Experiment Station Mr Hunnicutt bought for the Agricultur al College of the Brazlllinn State Minas one of the finest Jersey calve z t the farm Professor Scovill pr sented to the College with the compliments of the Experiment Station another very fine Jersey calf This calf will probably be named Imperador He is out of Alice by Eminent Lad ValentineI the fine strain from which Another purchase was also made ofj a splendid twoyearold jack a prizewinner last year and a Jennet For the past few days these gentlemen have been visiting numerous stock farms In the Blue Grass and are still looking for some stallions of saddle breed The party went to Elmendorf on Tuesday and Wednesday to Shel byville and Eminence Thursday to Louisville Friday to Nashville and oil to Mississippi and Georgia which Hunlnlcutt Bryan May Speak At Lexington Chautauqua A strong effort Is being made by the Lexington Chautauqua to secure W J Bryan for Fourth of July The Bryan Democratic Club by Col len Major Ska in and Mr Cramer Secretary of the Commercial Club are cooperating in the endeavor to get Mr Bryan to come for the afternoon of the National holiday Thousands of Bryans friends and admirers in the Bluegrass will be glad if ho can be secured RUSS HUGHES RESIGNATION As Manager of The Le Compte and Gayle Drug Co Effective July Will Remain In Frankfort Mr J Russ Hughes woh for several years past has been in charge of The Le Compte and Gayle Drug Companys store on Bridge street has tendered his resignation to take ef feet on the first of July Mr Hughes upon retiring will take a much needed rest spending several weeks with relatives In the country He has made a host of friends during his management of the Le Compte and Gayle store who will be more than pleased to learn he is to remain In Frankfort where he expects to engage In business at an early date Mr Geo M Gaylo who recently re turned from Transylvania University where he completed a special course which ho has been taking for several years in Chemistry and Materia Mcdica will upon the retirement of Mr Hughes assume charge of tho drug store being already familiar with the routine duties of the busl ness Mr GaYle will go before the State Board of Pharmacy at onto and tape the examination for a register ed pharmacists license MUSIC AND DANCING j 230 P M TILL MIDNIGHTXI FREE TO SUBSCRIBERS I J OLD OR NEW r l Big consignment of first elass POCKET KNIVES to b FRANKt ri FORT WEEKLY NEWS Listen We have determined to double our z circulation and in addition to offering the best weekly paper in the State for ONE DOLLAR A YEAR we will present each of our subscribers old or new with a sub i stantiaj present that is always useful fOurup one year in advance 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PAGE FOUlI SATURDAY JUNE 20 19M u fFrankfort Weekly News uuInEntered at the postollice at Frankfort Ken tucky aasecoudclaas muilublc matter PRINTING CmPANVn INCORPORATEDf4 A R DUNLAP Editor HUBERT YREELAND Pres and MS rof M D COYLE Secretary lid Treasurer TERMS 100 IN ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENTS w We are authorized to announce J OAMPBELiL OANTRnjL of Scotted county as a cqpdldatefor Congress subject to the Democratic convention September 3 We are authorized to announce W P KIMBALL of Fayette county as a candidate for reelection to Congress from the 7th Congressional District subject to the action of the Democratic Convention September 3 = This office showed last Saturday how well equipped it is for rush work and there 1s not another newspaper office in this State outside of Louis vie where the task of getting out an extra could have been handled any more rapidly The decision in the Powers and Howard cases w handed down at 836 In one hour and fifteen minutes the News had out an extra giving not only the decision but many additional facts The movements of Howard the details of his V release from the prison how he pur tchased his suit of clothes and something about his plans were given The Governors reasons for pardon I ing the two men were also given and every phase of the situation wa covered briefly All this was done af terthe decision was announced One page of type was set up and put toon the forms after the decision was an nounced Three linotpye machines were put to work as soon as the GovI ernor announced his decision + matter being all fresh and live news had to be set the proofs corrected and the type put into the forms and sjiAthen the paper printed This waSI done so quickly that the News was the first paper In the United States to give the details of the pardons the reasons for it and to record the actual release of Powers and Howard Several papers one in Lexington uand another in Louisville had ex tras on the streets within five minutes after the decision was known to them but these papers were print ed the night before or a plate had already been cast so that the could be run off immediately These extras had nothing in them except a bare announcement that the pardons had been issued One could read the big headlines and get all that was in the paper in two seconds These ex tras contained nothing about why the Governor issued the pardons or gave htt oy any of the news which the people r wanted A bulletin pasted on the front window would have served the t tsame purpose as those extras One twotplates one stating that the pardons had been issued and the other that they had been refused The correct plate was put on the press and runoff but the people wanted to know what Howard did and a whole lot of other things which they got in the News extra but did not get in the other extras A Lexington paper sent extras down to Frankfort but they were half an hour late and Frankfort people had already read an 1Into that was issued in Frankfort byaa Frankfort paperftExcuse all this crowing but wew want Frankfort people to understand that Frankfort has a paper which Isgl uptodate and which can handle a big news story as quickly as any paper in the State even if it is a weekly ssThe expected happened Nobody Frankfort or in the State for that I matter had any doubt about Powers and Howard being pardoned We 1jit believe that Gov Willson was con scientious in what he did We do not l hold with many others that he had mind made up from the first and fhis the reading of the records was goodrtH t reason to believe that the Governor made his decision only after he had the cases and issued the pardons only because he believed that the men were innocent We do believe that pressure had any ef on him except to unconsciously Influence his mind The trouble is that the Republican party has defended the men accused the murder of Goebel This action was not as individuals but as a party and we happen to know that the men In the Internal revenue service were assessed three times for a fund with which to defend Caleb ewers Hen tsey was defenaed when he was put on trial for the murder Just as Powers and Howard were defend It was insisted with vigor that he was Innocent and Judge Cantrill was denounced for his conduct of that trial Now they are saying Youtsey alone did it and are making him the scapegoat But when he was accused and on trial the Republican party as a party defended him and did everything possible to have him acquitted The reading public would gladly hear the last of Powers and Howard and hopes that now they have been pardoned the cases will end and the two men will cease to be in the pub He eye The public is tired of read Ing about them at least the Ken tucky public is and It is earnestly- as hoped that their movements will not be bulletined unless they do some thing that Is really news Acting Governor WiLiam H Cox did an unusual thing the other day when he went to the penitentiary and lined up the cripples or they should be called Les Miserables and gave them a chance to tell their stories to the Governor These men twos of whom are blind have no friends to seek pardons for them and have been put to one side even in the pris Many of them should be pardoned A blind man should not be kept in prison except under unusual circumstances Gov Cox showed the proper Isspirit and also dlsplayc1 consldera ble courage In doing what he did The result of his visit will be better discipline in the penitentiary and the convicts will feel that there isa man who watches their conduct and will reward good conduct This talk about paroling Youtsey is all rot It is absurd to talk of re leasing a confessed criminal one wno coolly admits that he participated in the plot to kill a man Just because two other men have been pardoned Youtsey says he is guilty and accords Ing to his own story he should have been hanged some time since He is alive and in the penitentiary where he should remain unless he is taken out and hanged He repeated his confession on last Saturday and cold bloodedly replied when asked if he had fired the shot which killed Goe belINo but I would Have done it if I had not found somebody else to do It And yet many persons here have said that he should be released alsoI just because Powers and Howard are free The dog tax law stands It has been objectionable but is a good law Much of the objection arose from ignorance Some of the mountain counties think or thought that theyI had to pay Lor sheep killed in thei Bluegrass This was incorrect Thee money collected from the dogs goes a county fund and if no sheep re killed then goes to the school in the county in which the fundt collected The law has reduced the number of sheep killed and has rid of a large number o worthless a curs rsTaylor and Finley can now comeback home The Governor must pal- don them also as he says Youtsey alone is guilty Under the opinion which he gave in the Powers case he cannot refuse to set free both Taylor a and Finley In that opinion the Gov croon says that he believes Youtsoy alone Is responsible for the murder and that he fired the shot That lets Taylor and Finley and all tho others out rre Optimist I ByARO Five men stood in the Governors of flee last Saturday morning They were nervous and restless but not ex cited for they were newspaper men and newspaper men do not get excit ed it is against the rules McKensiu Todd the Governors secretary was also restless He wa wnlking back ward and fward fcr The newspaper men w Bg tele grams and calling I Wong die tance telephone Evwy telephone In the office was in use The city daily was connected with the Governors flee by the slender wire and the tele graph editor was waiting there to hear the news For the announcement of the deci sion in the Powers and Howard cases was to come at 830 oclock and after long weeks of waiting the world was to know the Governors opinion That he would pardon both men was a fore gone conclusion to the newspaper men who have followed the trend of events and they were all of one opinion They had prepared their papers for the news warning them that the big story was coming Mr Todd was absolute ly fair He gave no correspondent nny advantage over tlie others and the Governor kept his promise that alt should know it at the same time It was a dramatic situation The whole country was waiting to hear the news from that office for no case has attracted more attention than has the Powers case The five men in the Governors office that day were to flash to all parts of the country the news of the pardons and In dozens of offices the forms were ready to run off extras Mr Todd handed out the decision the corresppndents rushed for the telegraph offices and to the telephones and in a very few minutes the entire country knew that the two men bad been freed after eight years conflnment 0Now that the Powersand Howard I cases are out of the alrthe Frank fort correspondents jofjftne dally pa pers will be able to sldepjat night anl can breathe freely They have been on edge for weeks watcjhing for the Governors decision ant they hav been pestered and worried by their editors who have wired and tele phoned about the case until the correspondents were on the verge of neroI vous prostration or resignation One Louisville paper which had wired its correspondent some scores of Urnesp about the cases sent a telegram several days ago urging that the correspondent watch for the decision Thea correspondent sent back this wireaiI am watching the Governors oft1 flee like a cat watches a mouse holeS1 and It cannot get away from meCIIt was a nuisance to some of them newspaper men for they were greeted with telegrams when they appeared for breakfast and found others awaiting them at the dinner table Those telegraph editors sepmed to labw under the impression that the cor respondent could not move without dl tho rections from the office The Gover nor had fixed it so that there were no scoops and everybody had a square ileal It was known all the time that to lie would do this therefore there was ao anxiety except in the breasts of the astute telegraph or managing edl ors who had fits for fear they wore on not to get the news as soon as some 3f the other papers o a Capt Jackson Morris Assistant Secre tan of State who wrote the pardon or Caleb Powers is a close personal rluiif cf Powers and stumped the State with Powers when the latter was to candidate for Secretary of State apt Morris and Powers made forty two speeches together In the moun off Bins of Kentucky during that cum lalgn and they lave been Intimate like lends ever since Capt Morris was and pleased that Le had the power rnd six irivilege of making out the pardon nJ Powcrs also liked the Idea that fly his friend Morris should write out the pardon Capt Morris went to Bar and ourvllle With Powers and witnessed the reception which was given the that ardoncd man the day he was re leased One i c rSEGOND COUNT IN PIANO CONTEST AT MCIURES t Ba ay School 2509 City icnoui T i 2004 Miss Margoretta Gaines 165- 1BPSOIEIhS 1410 Miss Lilian Hinnau 1222 Miss Edwina Marshall 1109 Miss Ellie Scott 675 Miss Henrietta Eales 467 f Miss Della Bonnell 5182 Miss Rose Sutterlin 462 Miss Louisa Thomas 400 11MIssiI And a number of scattered votes for others not high enough up in the race to publish yet N ext count next Thurs day A coupon with every 5c cash purchase and every pay ment on account Ask for coupons and vote for your favorite The contest is just started and is going to be a lively one R K McCLURE 8 SONS I I Jim toward kept his word Some weeks age when it looped like a car 3tuinty that Powers and Howard would be pardoned The Optimist and Dulm Moss the Enquirer correspondent went to tho penitentiary awl had u toll with Howard They afced him what he Intended doing when he left tIle irlson He sail he ha1 his n made out but would rm tell what they were until he was rah as lie ynuilsed that he would wrie out statement in his cell and ab soon he was pardoned would give it to correspondents He std write a statement and when he walk out of the prison he had the state with him It had been typewrit ten by one of the convicts He started to give the paper to Mr when John G White wlio was with Howard snatched it away and would let Howard give out tho state ment Later the com let who copied statement gave out the original and copies were made from it and pub- lIshed in all the papers Howard was willing to have this done He went the CourierJournal office in Louis ville Saturday night and read the statement over making a few minor alterations in It The men at the prlF say Howard made a good prisoner and that he never gave them a lilt ot trouble during the two years he was 0a good fly year There are millions of flies and this office is so thick with them that they come close carrying oft the paste pot at times Writing Interesting stories and lively news items when one has to bat files ones arms and face is a hard Job The idea stick so tight They are Just bulldogs and hang on with grim determined tenacity A has feet they say and obseratlonI confirms the statement is walking about over skin it feels like he had fourteen feet was working each one over time Scientists have recently discovered files are a nuisance The Opti mist discovered that a long time ago fly is a nuisance and ten flies j tlr t are Just ten times as bad Their crawling tickling legs irritate one un til one wishes the whole fly family was roasting in the bottomless pit ol the lower regions When a man trying to sleep one fly can do more to keep him awake than could a boiler factory That one fly will alight on his nose the mans nosenot the flys and walk about enjoying a promenade yntil the man gets fully awake by reason of his efforts to hit the fly The Optimist shaved the other day It being hot he wore few clothes and his feet were bare The flies crawled around over his toes un til he almost cut his throat in his ef forts to dislodge the flies 11 hood Roads Will Be Subject Of Discussion 0 M Hanna of the State Agricul tural Department has arranged fair the holding of a Good Roads convert ton at Eminence on Friday July 2 and advocates of the betterment of the roads from every section of Ken tucky will be present At the present tI Fayette county of which I xlnJ ton Is the county seat is the only county in the State that can boast of model roads but other counties have recently taken up the movement for the perfection of such roads and as Henry county is the first to start the work it was decided to hold the convention at Eminence Elect Judge Burnam National Committeeman Fisher beat Ernst and Ernst beat Fjsher when the election of a nation al committeeman from Kentucky was resumed by the delegation and as a result Judge A B Burnam of Rich mond got the much coveted place The Fisher men after the dead lock went to work to land one of the Ernst men and succeeded For Sale One 6horse power Peerless portable engine and boiler two secondhand McCormick Mowers Capital Foundry Machine Novelty Co Holmes street Both MODERN jAMERICA Wi To Be Given at Glenwood Park oh j Saturday June 27 rf Elsewhere in this issue will be found ti the announcement of the picnic to bevt given by the Modern Woodmen of America at which a large llstt ff tt prizes will be offered the winners of tir tho different contests In the after f noon there will be a ball game and the great Forester team of Jew YorkVJ7p Jthereworks Dancing will be one of the mipfcU features of the day beglnping at oclock and lasting until midnight Ttia tworlds greatest carnival company t will exhibit on the grounds during 4 day vJIi iI1IlSTATIONS PlP810 818 Wmchestor- 912 620 9682S 826 B Junction 840 844 Indian Fields jB400 902 Clay Oity 825 485 902 410 910 Stanton 810 4126862 Q 420 915 Bosslyn vjB03426 971 Bilson 487 984 Pundeo 752 403 832 440 933 Compton 748 857 28Y 445 948 Natural 745 355 826 448 948 Olencairn 740 850 820i950 Torrent 780 341 BlZm 5101008 ncastlo 716 828 757 s 5181017 BeUtyvllleJct 707 820 Bt Helen 050 811 7444l 5871085 Tnllega 649 800 734 54Hg4S 040 262 747 ti lOakdale 683 244 72i S 5081110 IkatawlI 620 215 710 il10ll15 O BK Junction 015 225 706 015111201 jlaclwon p10 220 700 The Following ponnectlons Are Made Dally Except Sunday tJtta t Li JUNCTION ii Nos and i will connect with tho CORailway for Ht Sterling Ky jf OiMPTON JUNCTION Nos l20 nd will connect with the Kount1aln Centr8l allw alf r passengers to and from OamptonBy Vy BKATTYV1LLE JUNCTION and will connect With the L Ballw6 for Beattyvllle KydO K JUNCTION rNoa 8 and will connect with the O K5 Railway for Oannel City Ky and way Stations IIIrn iilroI 1C1- 11r THE WHITE EAIT Is a great opportunity to buy all kinds of white Things at moneysaving prices Gome and see r 10c India Lll1en8c1 L 15c India Linen lOc 20c 401n Persian Lawri15c 50ln White Wool Batiste 50c rII I- FARMER SJ 1 Society I Calendar l JUNE Mesdames Dycke L Hazelrigg Chas B Schoolfield and Cecil Farmer will pour tea at the Country Club Satur day afternoon ra JUNE 27 Mrs Cornelia Bush and Mrs Geo F Berry will pour tea at the Country Club Saturday afternoon Followings t this they will entertain with a picnic on the grounds from 5 until 7 oclock ANNOUNCEMENT CARDS Friends here are in receipt of the i following handsomely engraved an nouncement cards Mr Charles Adkisson Denny HavensM1Married s Wednesday June the seventeenth nineteen hundred and eig- htrNoblesville Indiana a At Homer 7T after July the fifteenth Elkton Kentucky r BURNAMGREENLEAF WEDDING INVITATIONS f The following invitations were re celved here Wednesday Miss Burnam has a great many friends in1 Frankfort who will go to Richmond for this beautiful event Mr and Mrs Anthony Rollins Burnam request the honor of your presence r at the marriage of their daughter ti Sarah Rolling Mr John Jennings Greenleaf j thirtiethX11M j at eight oclock fes v Richmond Kentucky fc v INFORMAL TEA rvMV FOR MISS ROGERS Vise Rebecca Watson entertained Af rTuesday afternoon at her borne en r V AVapplng street with a delightfully in guestihej Miss Muriel Rogers of New YorkTho ar handsome Watson home was quite at f tractive In Its decorations of terns sweet peas and smilax which were JJV charmingly arranged for the pleasant N occasion The Ices cakes and mints were pink appointedtJ frTV ed byMIss Rachael Settle v 7 Some twentyfive guests called dur ing the afternoon HOWELLWHITEHEAD NUPTIALS AT MT STERLING The Methodist Church at oft Start ing Thursday evening was the scene atof a very pretty wedding when Miss Grace Howell became the bride of Mr Samuel Murray Whitehead of Bruns wick Georgia The altar and chancel rail was a veritable fern garden Be partyIt All for You and When Song Is Sweet MEETING OF LOFTING CLUB Ac the handsome home of Mrs Ralph R Wilson on Shelby street the Loft ers Club met Wednesday afternoon where one of the most enjoyable meet- IngS of the season was held Mrs Tallaforro and Mrs Wilson were the hostesf CStThe interior of the lovely home was beautiful In decorations o- frinkand white sweot peas which adorned mantles cabinets and tables a and everywhere wore palm and ferns JMrs Wilson and Mrs Taildferrb assist 2500 White Wool Suits 1500 linen Suits 1000 850 Madras 600 200 Lingerie Waists 150 ed by Mrs Wm Cromwell Mrs R Calvin Mrs D W Robertson and Miss Llda Robertson received the members of the club and then Invited guests in the reception hall and ii bray Misses Helen ORear and Marie Wilkins presiding over the frappo table served a delicious drink of fruit and appolinaries The meeting was one of the loveliest occasions of the num erous affairs given during the week and the hours were most pleasantly sent by tho club members and their guests who were Mesdames Chas Klmer Vreeland William Rogers Clay John D Carroll Mary Smith Rebecca Mine Swigert Taylor SoE James pain J Shackelford James A Scott John G South Ella Barrett William Fdett D W Robertson of George town E C ORear Jno M Todd W E Johnson of Danville and Misses Llda Robinson of Danville Same Wilmore of Harrodsburg Helen ORear Christine McEwan Lily Rob inson Rebecca Johnson Marie Wil kins Miss Vannrsdale of Harrpdsburs Emmie Scott aTrd Mttry BelieTayior GLEE CLUB RECITAL AT HOWE AND MAROT SCHOOL Recent exchanges from Dayton 0 contained the program of the Glee Club of the Howe and Marot School This school Is a branch of the fam ous Miss Porters school at Farming ton Conn and stands at the head of private schools in the North The notice was most flattering to Miss Ellwanger who posesses a Mez zocontralto voice of Infinite sweetness and is the only Southern girl attending the school MRS BERRYS GERMAN AT THE COUNTRY CLUB Mrs Hiram Berry charmingly entertained Monday evening with a Gor man at the Country Club in honor of her niece Miss Clint Cunningham and her guest Miss Gladys Bullock of St Johns Newfirutjs ffkJ The Interior of the cvlub house was beautiful in Its tlecoratlou of hollyhocks and huge fernsIn the receiving line were Mrs Hiram Berry In a lovely gown of gray silk dotted with dim lavender posies and trimmed with lace and a touch of lavender ribbon Miss Bullock in a charming white crepe de chine frock trimmed with satin ribbon and lace carrying pink roses Miss Cunning ham In a beautiful white dotted net robe over pink silk trimmed In lace medalions and wearing a corsage bou quet of pink and white sweet peas At midnight a delicious supper was served by Miss Jennie Duvall on the large porches surrounding the Club house which were strung with large Japanese lanteins- PERSONALS Miss Nannie Hood Tucker of Winchester spent the week here the gust of Mrs Wm H Hoge Miss Mary McClure Fogg has returned to her home at Mt Sterling after a weeks visit with Miss Helen ORear Mrs Mary Brown Day has returned from Crescent Hill where she was the guest of her sister Mrs J T Gaines Mrs H Olay Wilson has returned from Louisville where she spent a week the guest of Miss Ruth Stoll Mr Ralph R Wilson was In Cyn thiana several days during the week on business Air and Mrs Ernest Wallace and daughter Miss Adele Wallace of Philadelphia Pa came Monday tarI a visit with Mrs Catherine E Wai lace at her home near Woodlako Mary McEwlng has returned d from Louisville where she was the giut of her sister Miss Nell Me Ewing at Beechnxmt Mrs Harry G Tandy and daughter Miss Elizabeth Tandy of Paducah came Monday for a visit with Mrsr Sam J Shackelford and family MJss Edith Posdy spent the weel In Winchester where she was a guest at a house party given by Miss Elizabeth VanMeter Miss Anna Nell of Columbia came Monday for a visit with Mrs E M Nell and family on Third street Miss Mary Fall of Mt Sterling came Monday for a visit with Miss Rear on Shelby street KMiSS Mae McGlasson has re her home In Louisville aft pleasant visit with Miss Fanny Sat fell Gray Mr Randolph R Flshback of Ver sailles was among the visitors here during the week Mr Miller Stone and Mr Jas D Osborne of Versailles were here during the week the guests of friends Messrs Richard Godson and Quinn Cogar of Midway were among the visitors here during the week Mr and Mrs Edw C Flnnell left Wednesday evening for Alexandria La where they will make their future home Judge Robt L Stout and Mr W 0 Davis of Versailles spent Sun day here the guests of friends Mr Louis A Des Cognettes of Lex ington was among the visitors here during the week Miss Emily Yunkers of Louisville was here during the week the guest of Mrs Guy Barrett Mrs W G Goodwin left for Louis ville Wednesday morning where she will be the guest of relatives and friends for two weeks Mrs Margaret Quln of Jett went to Louisville last Wednesday for a few days visit with Mrs F T Lyons on Sixth street Miss Sara Vaught left Wednesday- for Ashland where she will spend two weeks with relatives Cap C C Calhoun of Washington D C was among the visitors here durhg the week Judge Jerre R Morton of Lexlng ton was here during the week on business before the Appellate Court Mr Howell Scott of Lexington spent several days this week with his Parents Col and Mrs Jas Andrew Sc6 Miss Margaret Russell has returned rom North Carolina where she spent the winter with her niece Mrs Jen ale Hunter Miss Jennie Farris Ralley has returned frbnf MIdway where she was the guest oPMrs Margaret Poynter Miss Adele and Josephine Hazelrigg of Mt Sterling spent the week here the guests of Miss Hazel ORear Mrs J P Shively and son Master Coleman of Louisville came Wed nesday for a visit with her mother Mrs Ed S Coleman Miss Mary Belle Edwards of Ver sailles spent the week here the guest of Miss Francis Saffell on Third street Miss Elsie Leavy of Woodford county came Wednesday for a visit wth Miss Virginia Nunn Mrs J C W Beckham spent sev ral days during the week at Lakel- and the guest of her mother Mrs J A Fuqua Mrs WmC Newman returned Thirsday to her home In Louisville after a short visit with her sister Mrs C W Merchant Mr S W Howell Sr has returned from Birmingham Ala where he spent a week with his brother Mr L P Howell MrsW H Jeffries left Wednesday for Louisville where she will spend a week with relatives Miss Jacqueline Ellwanger has returned from Dayton Ohio where for the past year she was a student at the Howe and Marot School Miss Bernice Scottow has returned from Cincinnati where she spent sev eral days the guest Of friends Mr and Mrs Lawrence D Stucker and daughter Miss Agnes are spend ing the summer with friends in the Elise Montgomery who has been a student at Smiths College has returned home to spend her vaca tion with her parents Mr and Mrs Z J Montgomery Mrs Clalborno Mason and children left Wednesday for Nashville Tenn where she will be the guest of her mother Mrs Kate Herman Messrs Edgar E Hume and Law rence Hager who have been attend Ing school at Centre College Danville are at home for the summer vaca tionMrs JD Lewis has returned to her home In Versailles after a visit of three weeks with Mrs Walter H Lewis at Woodlake Mr J W Gayle and daughter Miss Mary Gayle attended the meeting of the Kentucky Pharmaceatical Asso elation at Estill Springs during the week Mrs R G Hlgdqn loft Monday for Higdthere where they wilt spend the sum mer Mr and Mrs Waller B George and Mr McKenzie Todd attended Howell Whitehead wedding at Mt Sterling Thursday evening Mrs D W Johnson and daughter Miss Llda Johnson of Georgetown are the guests of Mr Ralph R Wilson and family Mrs Robert C Gray and little daugh ter have returned to their home at Bessmer Ala after a visit of several weeks with Mr FranK V Gray and family Mrs Wm N Fletcher of Lexington came Thursday for a visit with her mother Mrs A Y Hubbell on Steele t sses nary and Margaret Page left relay or Crescent Hill where will be the guests of Prof J T Gaines and family Miss Fanny Hutcheson returned yesterday to her home In Bowling Green after a visit with Mr D B Walcutt and family Misses Annie and Emily Thomai left Wednesday afternoon for Boulder Colorado where they will spend sev eral weeks with Mrs Geo Darsie Mrs Kenner Taylor and children have returned from Henderson whera they spent several weeks with their Mary Cronin and daughter Mrs Mary C Griffin and sons came Thursday for a visit with Mr John D Griffin and family on Steele B H Blanton and son Master Duncan of Knoxville Tenn are the guests of her mother Mrs Mattle E Reid at Versailles Before returning home they will visit relatives In this cityMrs James H Hazelrlgg Mrs C P Chenault and Miss Emily Chenauit spent several days during the week the guests of relatives In Mt Sterl ingMr and Mrs George L Willis who have been with Mr Robert Boyd Robertson and family spending a month at Crescent Hill en route home from Washington are now visiting Mr and Mrs L C Willis at Shelbyvllle and will resume housekeeping In July Mrs Caleb W Merchant entertained as her guest during the week Miss Anna Torey of Leltchfleld Mr Henry N Craig spent Wednesday In Louisville with his sister Miss Jen ale Craig who Is at St Josephs firmary Mrs Edw J Parker and Miss Marguerite Parker came yesterday for a visit with Mr and Mrs Jno E Glenn on Steele street Mr and Mrs Floyd Arnold and dau ghter Miss Ruby Arnold of Louis yUle came Thursday for the Mar shall Zeigler wedding They will re main a week with friends here Mr and Mrs R N Wathen of Marion county spent the week here the guests of her mother Mrs Kate Tobin on Clinton street Mrs L P Tarlton and daughter Miss Christine Reynolds have return ed from a visit of several days with friends In Lexington Mrs Sally W Berry and niece bliss Ana Berry of Versailles spent the week here the guests of Miss Lutle Ware Miss Cornelia Gordon who has been attending school at Vassar Col lege has returned home for the sum mer vacation and is with her aunt Mrs Geo F Berry at Juniper HillMiss Mattie Wingate left Monday for Switzer where she will spend a ten days vacation the guest of rela and Mrs Benton Eubank and daughter Cleo have returned to their home at Cloverport after a visit of several weeks with his parents Mr and Mrs W T Eubanks Mr T W Vinson entertained dur ing the week his sister Miss Dollie Vinson of Princeton who was here attending the meeting of the Kentucky Educational Association The Hon J Wheeler Campbell and Mrs Campbell are at the Seelbach In Louisville prior to accupying their new home at 1214 Fourth avenue which Is now being put In order for them Few Kentuckians are more widely or popularly known than Sena tor Campbell formerly of McCracken county He comes to Louisville to practice law and will be associated with Mr Bernard Flexner Mr W A Howard attended the annual commencement at Nazareth Aca demy Thursday afternoon Miss Isa ORear Is in Mt Sterling the guest of her sister Mrs D A Hettie Belle Fuqua of Lake- land Is the guest of Miss Mary Crawford Lloyd at Mt Sterling Mr and Mrs Isaac Franklin Starks and sons Masters Louis Franklin and James Starks will leave early In July for Weoquetonsing Mich where they will spend the remainder of the sum mer Mrs Beverly Coblln of Faimouth came Thursday for a two weeks visit with Mrs Ralph R Wllsop Mr A H McClure sp nt the day yesterday in Lexington on business Rev William Crowe spent yesterday friends In Louisville as the guest of ris rIWEITZELS 11SALE II 4 S Our Great Reduction Sale is go ing on now Every day finds us of fering the most tempting values in every department Silks and Wool Dress Goods Wash Goods White Goods Embroideries Shortlength Remnantsodd lots and the prices are at roc Jcbottom t TIlE Eariu Buyer Gets ClInics Sllter For WeddingrIT SOUNDS WELLTHERE IS NOTHING QUITE SOcSWEET TO THE EAR OF A BRIDE AS STERLING SILVER APART FROM THE QUALITY WHICH IS ALWAYS 925 HERE AND THE CHASTENESS OF THE PATTERNS WHICH CAN BE SEEN AT A GLANCE IT IS IMPORTANT TO KNOW THAT PRICES ARE NOT EXTRAVAGANT M Ae SELBERT t JEWELER ST CLAIR STREET FRANKFORT KY If You Buy It At Selberts Its Gqfrad Irvlnelspenthere with his wife and son who arc the guests of her father Capt I T Jno N Crutcher and daughter Miss Anna Crutcher have returned from Harriman Tenn where they spent several weeks the guests of Mr Wm A Lewis and family Capt and Mrs W F Danridge who have been spending some time at Washington D C and their daugh ter Miss Elsie Danrldge who recent ly graduated from Gunston College returned home Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs C A Tanner Mr R M Clark Prof W H Garnett and Miss Blanche Jones of Winchester were here this week attending the an nual meeting of the Kentucky Teach ers Association Miss Margaret Howard returned last evening from Nazareth Academy where she was a student during the past year Mr Leslie T Barnes left Monday for New Mexico where he will spend two weeks on his farm Mrs Asa Walker of Annapolis Md came Thursday for a visit with her parents Major and Mrs Alex Grant Mr and Mrs Earle C Huntsman and daughter are spending the weeks end with relatives at Scottsville Mr Jno Grant and son Master Scott of Fairfield Indiana came yes terday for a visit with his parents Major and Mrs Alex Grant Misses Olive Johnston and Lucia McCracken of Carrollton spent the week here the guest of friends Mrs Ike L Sallee has returned from a weeks visit with friends in Woodford county Miss Cora B Lee has returned from a visit with Mrs Walter Whitson at Midway GEORGE W REQCK At his home In this city on Saturday June 13 at 10 pm George W Reock In his 62d year Mr Reach had lived In Frankfort many years and by his quiet gentlemanly manner had numbered his friends by his acquaintances Mr Reock mar tied Miss Mary Lloyd of this city who together with one son Franklin are left to mourn a kind husband and an affectionate father We print anything and we print everything right liMY MOTHERS GRAVE My Mothers Grave is the title ot a new copyright song with words by Jas M Leath and music by A Rich tlIshelvacate Cincinnati February 22 190iaMr Leath is a teacher and atteudod the meeting here of the Kentucky B tt ucalicnal Association He was a form er schoolmate of Attorney General NtB Hays under the tutelage of Jungs James D Black t I BACK AT HIS POST OF DUTY P The patrons of the L N road were glad to see Capt John McNab b back at his post of duty on Monday after an absence of several months Capt McNabb Is one of the most pop ular officials of the road and is untlr Ing In his efforts to provido for the r comfort of his passengers Durltfg his absence he toured Mexico and the western portion of the United States SAY Have you tried a pound of that choice sliced bacon at Williams it Souths yet 15c per pound Order today Both Phones s 8s j INSURE WITH d Business Mens Life Insurance Com pany Louisville Kentucky Your fanu lly Is dependent upon you for protect tion now The need for their protQQ tlon after your death remains TUG best protection at the lowest cost U wanted The Business Mens Life will meet your need J S Darnell DUv tract Manager s PREPARATORY SCHOOL Miss Bertha Scott has secured tat sfe services of Miss Catherine Baul V graduate of Wellesley College and ex poets to have a high grade preparatQ- ry school In Frankfort The course will be four years and embraces the subjects taught in the regular cllege course being a liberal education in itself Miss Emmie Scott will oslat in the primary and intermediate courseslYOU SHOULD KNOW THIS r Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure s troub1Yjthatcine No medicine can do more Fqzit i sale by all druggistsr i IF MAGESIXr All We Want Jr J I sa Chance to ShowY o j r t p 0 r It r i At Of t i On i Hen f GETS JOB IN ti I did not fire the shot but I wouli have done so had I been unable t find else to do It rather good lookinc I man of medium height and build p nothing especial about him save eyes to attract attention sat in the guards room at the Y and made this statement He was Henry Youtsey and he was talking about the murder of William Goebel r for a brief period during which he lay dying In a room at the Capital Hotel Governor of The man wore a suit of grey clothes a 1 standing collar and a blue necktie There was nothing about hin to Indl that he was a convict In the pen f He had left his work In the of the Hoge His duties L were those of a clerk and were not iv onerous Yet this man who so coolly admits he planned the murder of Qoe LV man who has been or who will be In this world f for as a murder as was f ever The man who became Governor of the proud State fi of and who took the oath of office after he had been struck by an assassins bullet was shot down from the of States office In the daytime with crowds all around And Henry Youtsey alone Is to be He Is to bear the whole hruntj of the crime for Caleb Powers yfr r TVl r Mottot COSt 351019 Per I 40 1103 Per 1000 BUSINESS MENS LIFE INSURANCE CO I LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Our PolicyholdersAre iI Only Stockholders WRITES FINIS End Goebel Murde Prosecution t Governor Puts Whole Blamer Youtsey 4Latter Admits That Was The Plot HOWARD LOUISVILLE somebody 1A sharpeyed ewith penitentiary Kentucky tcate4itentiary bookkeeping department iMontgomery Company 1that parriprobably- ever punished cowardly committed Kentucky Secretary punished Our = Age 1000 Age r J S DARNELL District Manager FRANKFORT KY and James Howard are free men day the Governors pen having reo leased them from their cells Afte eight years In jail or the penitentiary the two are free to go where they please and do what they please Go Wlllson pardoned both men on Saturday and shortly thereafter they were set free Powers to go to his home in Barboursville and Howard to Louisville where he is to get a place in the office of the County Clerk Gov Willson wrote finis to the Goe bel murder trials on Saturday when he signed his name to a pardon for the men who were charged wtih carrying into effect and planning the murder of Goebel The Governo says Youtsey alone is responsible for the murder so the others will be pardoned when the proper time arrive and Youtsey alone will suffer for the murderA Ming in the breeze on Mon day at the executive building It flapped and swung and its folds drap ed a window in the Secretary of States office It was the only flat on the building By chance or intention probably by chance that win dow draped by the colors of the Unl ted States the flag of the natior which Is the home of the free was the window from which an assassin fired on William Goebel and shot him down as he walked to the State House to attend the session of the State Senate of which he was a memo ber The flag was in honor of the anniversary of the birth of the colors which have been carried in the cause of truth and right and to protect the weak That flag marked the window from which Goebel was killed and be hind which crouched a man with a rifle and with a cool hand and steady nerve and a certain kind of courage Yet only two days before two men one of whom was convicted of being that man with the cool steady nerve and markman eye were released by order of the Governor and Caleb Powers is now free to come back to the office from which the shot was fired and which was his office at the time of the shooting The Goebel tragedy Is ended ands now a thing of the past For tight years every possible effort has been made to find the man who fired the shot Jim Howard was tried and convicted and the Court of Appeals vas unable to find any error in the ecords Caleb Powers was convict id and the court did find an error vhich sent the case back for a new trial He was convicted again and yet again and finally there was a hung jury But both men are ciw free Job For Ho ardJ Jim Howard who was released from the State penitentiary Saturday as the result of a pardon Issued by Gov Augustus E Willson has accepted a place in the County Clerks office f Jefferson county which was offered him Sunday by the County ClerIc Mark Gebhardt Mr Gebhardt left for Chicago Sunday night to attend the Republican National Convention but Howard appeared in the office Monday morning and was introduced to all the employes In the afternoon he did not return to the office until late He will familiarize himse with the work at once He will likely succeed William Durbeck who asked to resign several days ago It will not be known to what department he will be assigned until the County Clerk returns from Chicago In the meantime Howard will fa miliarize himself with the office Smashes Window To- 6ratify His Thirst UNKNOWN PERSON STEAL FOUR QUARTS OF WHISKY FROM W A HOWARD J With a horrible and gnawing thirst for strong drink a person probably a man pulled off a daring burglary In Frankfort the first of the week The man threw a brick through the rent window of W A Howards tore on St Clair street near the fridge and grabbed four quarts Old Taylor Presumably he then vamoosed at a rapid rate and escaped to drink his whisky and kill that hirsf The window was found broken when the policeman on that beat made his rounds and the only thing missing from the store was the whisky It is thought that some man with a dry and parched throat passed by and seeing the whisky which was In the window decided he would hne to have a drink 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 recom and It For ie by all druggists j Equity Growers By Tens Of Thousands WILL MEET IN LOUISVILLE AT THE STATE FAIR WILL HAVE BIG PARADE All records in point of attendant at the Kentucky State Fair likely wil be broken on Friday of the week of the fair this year provided plans recently set on foot by J W New man secretary of the State Fair As sociation materialize It is the pur pose of the officials to term that day American Society of Equity Day and members o the society from throughout this and adjoining States numbering etween 30000 anj 60000 people likely will attend The decision of members of the ciety of Equity to attend the fair in a body was reached after duo delib eration following speeches at Winchester several days ago by Secretary Newman Sam P Jones President of the Commercial Bank and Trust Company and several other Louisville business men During the past few days notices have been sent out by the officers of the Society of Equity asking all of the tobacco throughout Kentucky and the otherI States wa well as society jtBer lines of business to visit the fair on the date set apart for them e OUR FREE OFFER Every one of our subscribers will do well to take advantage of our special offer By paying one year la advance you will be sent postage pre paid a firstclass twobWed pocketknife This offer lasts until July 1 908We are presenting to the public the livest weekly paper In the State and we have started on a campaign to ouble our circulation Help us ac omplish this end Mrs S L Bowen of Wayne W- Va writes I was a sufferer from Idney disease so that at times I ould not get out of bed and when did I could not stand straight I took oleys Kidney Remedy One dollar ottle and part of the second cured me entirely Foleys Kidney Remedy a 1to h f SATURDAY JUNE 20 1808 r II Why Not Save 50 per cent all Your Insurance II 11 Not An Experiment t But a Solid Success Summer Vacation Trips VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE TO THE Lake Seaside and Mountain ResortsfSummer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale If you Intend taking a trip fill out blank and mall for information H C KING C P A 101 East Main St Lexington Ky Name AddressMDestination rslt OmcialTrain for IfII r Democrats TO DENVER COL via Henderson Route Missouri Pacific Rock Island Lines Selected By The Delegates at the Lexington Convention if Leaves Louisville 900 P M Friday July 3rd Arrives at Denver noon Sunday July 5th lFARE FROM FRANKFORTtWrite and reserve Pullman Reservations now address E M WOMACK C P A t 4th and Main Sts Louisville Ky 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 286 days Winchester August 46 days Danville August 63 days exihgton August 106 days Uniontown Augustll 5 days Burkesvllle August 1I4 days Perryville August 123 days Broadhead August 123 days Springfield August 124 days Lawrenceburg August 184 days Shepherdsvllle August 184 days Carroll Gallatin Owen TrIcounty Fair Sanders August 194 days Vianceburg August 194 days t 1 i t i Barbourville August 193 days f Erlanger August 203 days London August 264 days n Elizabethtown August 263 days m Shelbyvllle August 263 days Burlington August 264 dayskGerma- ntown August 264 days Morgantown August 274 days Somerset September 14 days IHardlnsburg Falmouth September 304 days e No enterprising printer will be conatent with merely keeping up to the times Those who are most success ful strive to keep ahead of the pro cessioni r r SATURDAY JUNE 20 1901AtEVS Ni r IVkats in a 4tat1tr r f Theres nothing in a name tis said I hold quite differently For they with certain thins are wed In my phrenology Take you for instance just the mime Of maids you never saw And see if they are quite the same The pictures that they draw Youve heard of Bella Donna Say What think you of her grace Now just a moment turn this vay And Sal B Ratus face Well honest lnjundid you see No difference in the pattern Or was the one a fresh fairy The other quite a slattern H H F I prSIIAIASON FJ Fight Against Cutting Down ionlGovernor of Kentucky Wins 1Remarkable Victory f Personalityllands His Side Contestrrl Ji t CONVENTION WON OVER AT USTI Ulll fight considering Its hfimportance and tho future of the Re n1 and the country In general that has come befora a National Convention in many years i Gov AugustuS E Willson of Ken tucky won a victory as the leader j 0i of the forces opposed to cutting down t Opanljsed leaders of the party in tho National Congress and in its Internal affairs Gov Willson took up the fight and by splendid leadership and ianeloquent speech he won enough Ivl s to defeat the minority report of committee on rules by 506 to 471 Ax u was a tremendous personal victory for the Governor of Kentucky aril made him a foremost figure in the National councils oJ the Republi can party The effect of the of the minority report would hav been so tar reaching that no man sent could have ventured a pred ionof the outcome Certainly aa h was announced by the speaker of the minority report It would have meant that the Republican party was com mitted to the policy of cutting the t representation of the Southern States i In the lower house of Congress That It would have become a leading Issue In the approaching presldental cam palgn is certain sand that it would have been one of the strongest argu meats for the deeat of the Repub lican ticket is not to be denied For a time after the minority re port of the committee had been pre Jamesy F Burke of Pennsylvania It appeared certain that the proposition to redu the representation of the South would 1 s be accepted by the convention State after State whose representatives hnd not signed the minority report In com mlttee arose and asked the chair to comnltthemttan to le added The suggestion seemed to have taicon the convention by storm t and the party leaders soon realized s sths a crisis In tho history of Ufo Re fwbllcan party had been reached Mr Burke made the first speech In whirfh recommended that each be orle delegate votes cast at the preceding Nation Selection Flushed with the belief iii atL followsfi rag York Pennsylvania Illinois India 4 Utlh to his standard Mr Burke made strong plea for his resolution based Ms argument on the ground that the Republican party stood for I t i j 1t square deal and said that the vote one delegate Tom Mississippi re esented less than 200 Republican voters while the vote of a delegate from New York represented 10000 Republican voters He elaborated this Idea and was cheered again and again by the delegates favoring his resolu tlon Tobaccofirowers Will Parade On Horseback BIG CELEBRATION BY SOCIETY OF EQUITY AT CARLISLE ON 1JULAll arrangements for the grand pat riotic celebration which will beheldI In Carlisle July 4 Under the auspices of the Carlsle Commercial Club have been completed Judge Samuel Holmes will deliver the address of Welcome Smith Weaver who has beenI e of the leaders of the Equity move Ion In this county will respond A horseback parade In which to bocce growers from Bracken Mason Bath Bourbon Robertson Harrison and Fleming counties will take part will be one of the features of the day J Campbell Cantrill Judge Kinney Green R Keller George Wycoff and C Lebus are some o the men who at expected to deliver patriotic addre- sf This is the first Fourth of July cele bration in Carlisle since 1876 and efforts are being made to make It one of the greatest days In the history of this little city oreSchoolcVNO CHANGES MADE EXCEPT ONE IN THE COLORED DE PARTMENT In recognition of the good work which they have done and their con scientious efforts to teach the children of Frankfort all the teachers In the public school were reelect for next year at a meeting of t School Board on Monday night In the colored school one change was made Marie Elkins being elected a teacher In place of Mary Parker CeThe faculty as reelected Is as fol lowsHigh SchoolGeorge C Downing principal Miss Sallie Wallace Smith Miss Lena M Lynch Miss Annie Belle Fogg Commercial Department Miss Frances E Hamilton principal Grades Miss Louise A Win rd Mrs Sarah B Robbins Mrs Jennie M Chinn Misses Anna M Annie Iubbard LucyB Sargent tie M Scott Ella J Stephens Eleanor Marshall Loula M Nelson Jessie McKee Mamie Tobin Frances S Emma Payne Julia W Johns Mary Scott Chinn Marie C AIcNa Alarsnal t r McEwan Rachel S Cromle SuppliesMisses Bessie G Frank w11a and Mary Campbell Alargrahnrat WaylHoand Director and Instructor In Drawing Miss Jessie BCoJ FRANKFORT MEN GET GOOD PLAtES George Barnes Secretary of the Delegation Ed Lane Member of Corn 1miee on Rules JCKY DELEGATION AT CHICAGO Notwithstanding the fact that the entucky delegation to the National Republican Convention is badly di vided on some points the first meeting held in the delegations headquarters at the Stratford Hotel was entirely harmonious Richard P Earnst set the example by nominat lug Gov Augustus E Willson ast hairman of the delegation and this ras quickly followed suit by seconding the nomination Gov Willson Int aim wore his most neighborly man ner and presided over the remainder of the session In his most affable mmnel1IGeorge L Barnes of Frankfort was chosen secretary of the delegation by unanimous vote The Taft men thenJ took advantage of their strength tQI tut one of their leaders William Jochran of Maysville forward ast the representative on the Credentials Committee His election as were allI of the others during the afternoon vas unanimous R W Hunter a TaftS man from the Second District was made vice chairman of the delegation J T Doresi of Green was atchosennent fColWilliam Marshall Bullitt for membertof the Committee on the Louisville Taft leader had the privilege of signing his name to the platform as approved by President A R Burnam of Richmond was chosen to represent Kentucky on the committee to notify the Presiden tial nominee and T Jackson of Leb anon was nominated by John P Has well Jr and elected to memberslHpI n the committee to Vicef Residential nominee The colored brother was given rec ognition when Mr Cochran arose and said he believed the colored delegate should have some of the honors and proposed E W Lane of Frankfort for membership on the Committee on Rules and order of Business Lane was promptly elected Busy Term Of Court aurasf The Court of Appeals will adjourn n Saturday for Its summer vacation oldlng a sesion on Saturday when the last decisions until next fall will be handed down The court is now almost up with its work and has been grinding at a lively rate for several almossd t their vacation The adjournment this year is about the usual time for the summer vacation and no time is to be wasted The court will meet again in September and It Is thought that by the end of the next term the Judges will be up with their work Man Fined Because He rheBecause he tried to hug Miss Cornelia Meier a wellknown society girl whom be says he mistook for so one else C H Degarme was fined 100 and costs in the Police Court at Evansville Miss Meiers father Judge Peter Meier a prominent Democratic attorney appeared in court and assisted in the prosecution Degarme Consumptives made Conifortable HatFoleys Honey and Tar has cured many cases of incipient consumption stagesCaf aOrry aonid druggistsm Notice To Chicken Raisers Recelp 41144 cures Cholera Roup Gapes Conker and Llmberaeck Price 50 cents No cure no pay Guaranteed by McKee Hardlo and J W Gsyle druggis- ts693m y BIG DELEGATION Will 00 Denver Conven tion From Kentucky ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR LARGE CROWD TO ATTEND DEMOCRATIC RALLY Final arrangements are being com for the trip to the Democratic Ion W the Kentucky delegate Kentucky headquarters will e the Brown Palace Hotel in Denver An entire floor has been re served and will be the home not only of the Kentucky delegation but the nucleus of action both before and dur- Ing the convention Reservations have been made by Mr Woodson not only at the Brown Palace Hotel but at the Albany Hotel and the Vofigohr en Hotel At the latter hotel most of the delegates unaccompanied by lr wives will in all probability stop It is a stag hotel Mr Wood sun said last night that In aniclpa of the large number of people from the State who would be anxious- to attend the convention he had made the reservations and that hotel acomodatlons should be secured from hit dasirrIr writing to him by those anx for hotel rooms as it would bo Imposlble for him to hold the tenta reservations a great while longer Mr Woodson was of the optsyu that the majority of the men c mpanled by their families would at the Albany Hotel or the Brown Palace He said that from present indications Kentucky would beone of the best represented States the convention A special train has been arranged to carry the Kentucky delegates others attending the conven to Denver It will be made up In Louisville and run through solid to Denver The special wlU leave Louis yille the night of July 3 over the L H andSt L for St Louis from which place it will travel over the Missouri Pacific to Omaha thence over the Rock Island to the convention city arriving there at noon on July 5 The Old Guard Bryan March Club and other organizations will about the same over the Monon the convention May Have To Call An Extra Session STATE TREASURY IN DEPLETED CONDITION AND RELIEF IS NECESSARY With the treasury In a depleted ondition and probably lower in fund hen ever before except In 1896 It se5IIter which he wrote to the japer of lason county says that every effor is being made to avoid the necessity or an extra session In case an extra esaion Is called it would be called Po he same purpose as waS the extr ession of 1896 whenlnterestbearlng warrants were authorized This Is way to meet the difficulties which are presented and It may be that Gov Willson will call the extra session probably in the winte- rawreucehurgL To Have Public Building Soon During the coming month a large openedme at the office of the Supervising Archi tect for sites and buildings under the public buildings act that was passed during the closing days of the last session of Congress In this respect ftofr never before in such a holt space of time has the Treasury Department so promptly advertised several hundred different propositions of this kindThe places In Kentucky for which money has lately been appropriated for either site or building or both and for which bids will be opened during the coming month arc Bards town Cynthlana Hopkinsvllle Law renceburg Mount Sterling Somers Lebanon and Winchester W R Ward of Dyersburg Tenn writes This is to certify that I have used Foleys Orlno Laxative for chr ic constipation and It has proven without a doubt to be a thorough pro ctts cal remedy for this trouble and woth pleasure I offer my conscien tious reference Try it cm the dog We iq00 4fcat wa wantyotWo look at the way we move other people before you let us do yours You will see that all the furniture is absolutely whole and unscratched when it leaves our hands PERKINS TRANSFER CO PRINCIPAL OFFICE L N FREIGHT DEPOT Louisville fltlantic HalIwauI EAST BOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains leave Versailles for Beatty le and intermediate points at 730 a m and 1220 noon WESTBOUND Dally EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains from Beattyvllle and inter mediate points arrive at Versailles at 1015 a m and 535 p m ON SATURDAYS ONLY Train leaves Versailles for Richmond and Intermediate points at 710 p m ON SUNDAYS ONLY Train leaves Richmond for Versailles and intermediate points a t355 p m The L A and the Traction Line afford excellent service between Frankfort and NIcholasvllle Richmond Irvine Beattyvllle and Intermediate points For further information address H R SMITH G P Versailles Ky KENTUCKY HIGHLAND RAIL ROAD Beginning Wednesday December 12th the Kentucky Highland Railroad Co put on a regular passenger trai between Frankfort and Old Crow Trains leave Frankfort at 630 oclock a m dally except Sunday return ing leave Old Crow at 5 p m Double dally passenger service will be put on between Frankfort and Mlllville as soon as the construction Is completed probably about January 1st obtains ioc Trumbo i5C Gardners 20 Old Crow 25c Old Taylor 3Q- CMlllville 35c Minimum charge 10c totr use In calendar month Issued and for the person to whom Issued Croaw TayloaIssued by SuptApproedS S BUSH Pres Former FrankfortWoman Suddenly Mrs Annie Thomas wife of John Thomas died suddenly at 830 Sat ur day morning She had been ill a month and was preparing to to Louisville Sunday to have an operation performed Her death w unexpected as she was talking friends when she suddenly collapsed She was formerly Miss Annie Wallerman of this city Mr Thomas held a position In the Auditors office during the Beckham administration NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of Judge G W Craddock deceased are hereby notified to pro etsent the same proven as required by law on or before August 1 1908 CAPITAL TRUST COMPANY Admlplstrator do bonls non with onwill announced of G W J64 Tho wording of an adverUsem should be governed by the medium used In presenting It to the public Frankfort COifllltI1ll Midland Route IIThe Time TableIIN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1f07 84 IAW VAILY rssap SUNDAY INo81 oN 420 D Frankfort Ar i 716623 ILT Summit s Elkhorn Switzer a seI 2i Stam Ing GroundII 1043 a 421 241 s John8on Georgetown to 5e iC5250 725 f 6 Newtown rCenterville IIII 101811 747 8Parito Arl Paris fLy 6u i Y witkII Coanecte CenttaL at Paris Union Depot with Zestaeltt Ooaaecta at Trmnkfbrt Unlo Depot wlUL 1i14TP118t7 JJUNDORT Ik OINOINN nVIA QioxaxToinr IJLM a16 t u la 121 M MTWMW BeNli ORT k OTNOINNATi Vu PAXU A M r p 8 61ri2766 aY y At t610 Cincinnati ln- SENTQCIQ CgNTBAL iPOIIi TY T Jon A SOILnTOILS1QPA Q7nthiana La 6P A Richmond L f Cincinnati I Hi2PrsaTIME TABLE L N R R CO Frankfort Ky May 13 1908 Trails East Bound No 18 departs 950 a m dally eX cept Sunday No 16 departs 430 p m daily es cent Sunday No 20 arrives 641 p m dally 33- oept Sunday stops at Frankfort No 62 departs 833 p m Sundays only Trains West Bound No 19 departs 535 a m daily ex cept SundaytiNo 17 departs 920 a m daily x cept Sunday No 15 departs 400 p m dally except Sunday No 61 departs 755 a m Sundays only C O TrainsEast Round No 22 departs 1015 a m dailyrNo 24 departs 745 p m dally C aWest Bound No 1 departs 940 a m dally No i3 departs 615 p m telly Anentgo Ohioto Hi Schedule In effect Nov 17 1907 tut ject to change without notice Limited for Louisville Nashville Memphis West and Southwest 940 A M and 615 P M Dally LimitedbFor Washington Baltimore Phlla4efc phla New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1015 A M and 746 P M Dally 28lyr theTHE BEST WHISKY intGEO B 6ALENDER oatAll goods sold under Pure Food Guarantee- I r SATUftDAV JUNE 2019011 Economy Carnival and than most stores care go every is every value with The Carnival is a woman can afford miss 20 WASH ous color combinations 15cts Bordered Lawns gall pat lers 12iocts 15c Lawns embracing a large va riety of patterns lOcts 7c Lawns all colors stripes dots etc per yd 5cts 20c India Linen quality full width per yd 15cts MUSLIN CURTAINS 75c White Muslin econ omy price per pair 50c 100 White Swiss Curtains ecen omy sale price per pair 79c 125 White Muslin all of t the above with rules economy sale price per Darning Cotton 45 yds on spool 3c Mourning Pins 2 boxes fpr 5c Needles all sizes paper 3c Bone Buttons a dozen 3c Safety pins per dozen 4c 36 Initials for marking 5c Tooth Brushes 5c Hooks and Eyes paper 3c Klostersilk 100 yard spool 2c UNDERWEAR t 8c Ladies White Sleeveless Vests Sale price 5c lOc Ladies white sleeveless vests Economy Sale price 8c 20c Ladies white Swiss Ribbed Vests Sale price 121J2c 25c Ladies longsleeved Vests rib bed Sale price AND 85c Bleached Sheets full size seam less each 70c 30c 104 Bleached Pepperell Sheet ing Economy Sale price 271c 25c Pepperell Unbleached per yd 22c RUGS 400 Rugs in ches Sale price 350 300 Axminister Rugs 30x60 in ches Sale price 250 1500 Brussell Rugs 9x12 ft Sale price 1250 s LINENS 100 Bleached Table omy Sale price yd 75c 35c Steadied Table Linen Econ omy Sale price 25e 300 Napkins 24 inches All linen i Sale price per doz 250 75o Napkin dice half linen per doz 50c Dry x A MoneySaving Sale This is our annual Summer Oleanup Sale and all summer goods are Our policy always firmly adhered to Ev erything as advertised We do no prjj ten at wYays sell pods at cost and such claims would be and an i suit to your intelligence goods however are always sold very close closer to pricereduction radical stated absolute accuracy Econmy sale no thrifty to I Sale Commences Saturday June and ends Saturday June 27 FABRICS vane20c new sheer Curtains Curtains pair 98c- NOTIONS Underwear SUMMER Economy 21c SHEETS SHEETINGS 94 Sheeting Axmmister 36x72 LinenEcon pattern hoods sacrificed ridiculous Advertise possibly DOMESTICS 10c Hope Cotton 3000 yds at the lowest price you have forbin 12 months 71x 7y c Yardwide Bleached and Un bleached Cotton at yd 5c 61hc Indigo Blue Black and White Red Grey land light Shirting Calico at yd5c 25c Quality Table Oil Cloth best made During this ale 20c BED SPREADS 85c White Quilt splendid value Economy Sale price 69c 125 White Spread full size Ex cellant value Sale price 98c 175 White Quilt satin finish Extra value Sale price 125 MUSLIN UNDERWEAR 125 Ladies Muslin Underskirts Splendid values each 98c 35c Ladies Muslin Drawers good quality Sale price 23c 35c Corset Covers lace trimmed Economy Sale plice 23c 600 Four Piece set Ladies Lin gerie Sale price 498 ECONOMY SPECIALS Pure linen Russia Crash 813c Barbers Cotton Face Towels 5c Pearl Buttons per dozen 5c Japanese Silk Fans 9c Gauze Lisle Hose all colors 25c Palm Fans 3 for 5c Rubber Hair Pins per dozen 10c Childrens Lawn Caps 15 e COUCH COVERS i100 Couch Covers Roman stripe Sale price each 75c 125 Couch Covers Roman striped Economy Sale price 98cd500 Portiers j Economy Sale price 425 LONG GLOVES 75c Long Black Gloves Economy Sale price 49c 100 Long Black Lisle Gloves Sale price per pair 75c 150 Long Black Tan and White Silk Gloves per pair 115 MATTINGS 17V c China Mattings Green Red and Blue Sale price per yard 121J2 35c Japanese Cotton Chain Mat tings Economy Sale price per yard 25c25c China Mattings extra heavy Economy Sale price per yard 20c 40c Plain White Chinese Mattings Economy Sale price per yard 35c Economy Carnival Sale will last but one week and it behooves you to I 1The come tekrly for your share off the splendid values I Carpets Jtt ELECT MKEE President of- T Kentucky Edu jcatio al Association- Teachers Leave Frankfort After Busy Session Cornp1 On Record For sory Education Act HONOR FOR MRS JENNIE tHINNc Frankfort landed the presidency o the Kentucky Educational Assocla Lion Prof H C McKee Superintend gent of the Frankfort City Schools be Ing elected without opposition The jJtheelation and the several hundred teachers who have been In Frankfort for three days left town rapidly impressiorwon the visitors and record was so good here that It was thought he was exactly the man for the place at the head of the educational move went In Kentucky Before adjourning the association went on record as favoring compulsory education laws for the country aa the cities and also urged the Leg islature to pass a bill enlarging the Stte Board of Education and increasing its powers The following officers were electe- dPresidentH C McKee of Frankfort First Vice President George W Chapman of Paris Second Vice PresidentEdmund Wroe of Cloverport Third Vice President Miss Mamie Miller of Taylorsvllle TreasurerW C Bell of Owens boro The secretary is chosen for a three year term and Secretary T W Yin son has still another year to serve Money and then more money is thej DrIFredericktral University who delivered principal address beore the Kentucky Educational Association at its sessions Wednesday Dr Hinitt said that the purse strings would have to be open ed and more money raised in someway for higher education the greatest need in Kentucky nOwI He said that even It the tax is increased it will be money spent if the standard can be raised and the children of the State educat ed as they should be He gave facts and figures to show that Kentucky is away behind other States in high school work and he said this evil cap not be remedied except by the expenditure of more money than is now allowed The last Legislature he said had been very liberal but what Is needed are more high schools so that every county and city In the State can have a teachers quit work Wednesday afternoon and had a reception at the Country Club where they were enter gained by the Business Mens Club of Frankfort They were given a trol ley ride over the city and visited all the points of interest Including the new capitol The department of child study held an Interesting meeting Thursday morning in the chapel of the Episcopal church which was prettily decorated The Sunbonnet Babies and the Overall Boys children in the primary departments and pupils in Miss Rebecca Johnsons class gave a recital and song as a demonstration of how to train children in the first grade Mrs R D Alien principal of the free kindergarten of Louisville delivered an address on Practical Lines of Child Study for the Average Teacher telling the teachers how best to obtain results in teaching small children Platlence was the chief requisite she said At the close of the regular program Mrs Jennie Chinn was elected presi dent of the department Mrs Chinn has devoted much time to this work and was considered as eminently de serving this Have you seen the nice line of vegetables fruits and berries that Williams South are handling at rlscolls old stand on St Clair street Yell you should see their display today Order early while stock Is com dote WILL FIGHT Dog Tax law In The Next General Assembly Even Court of Appeals Split Over Statute Upholding Act Does Not End It SHEEP MEN NOW FEELIHG GOOD Even the Court of Appeals split over fae dog tax law That statute has caused more fights and beer mare praised and damned than any law on the books The law been held responsible for the of Gov Willson and how many county offlolalff and members lot the Legislature it has defeated is beyond computation Now the Court of Appeals comes along and in deciding an appeal from Carter county by a divided court holds that the law is constitutional and good As the last Legislature refused to repeal the law and as the court of last resort has held it good owners of dogs must pay taxes on them and the fight to get rid of the statute will be carried to the next General Assembly where the battle will be waged fiercely again The sheep men are pleased The dog men are not The dog law was always a hoodoo for the man who introduced it in a regular flood of bills repealing the Legislature and the author of it never came back to the Legislature being defeated by the people of his county Ed Croan of Bullltt county braved the anger of his constituents and pushed the dog tax law tJrough by swapping his vote on any and all propositionsThe signed the bill andit became a law During the last campaign tfor Governor the dog law was the one live and importantIssue and both the Republicans and Democrats were committed to its defeat Then the Legislature met and there was objectionable law But on the other side were several thousands of men who raise sheep and who were just as heartily in favor of the law the others were opposed to it TIM came to Frankfort and even the Sen atonal deadlock paled into insgnifi cance beside the dog tax law The sheep men won but they are going to have another fight on their hands at the next session and K the law is not repealed at that time there will be something doing for some of the members When the members of the Legislature start out for reel ec tion they will be asked how they voted on the bill to repeal the dog tax law and they must answer right or they will stand a poor chance of coming back rTHE BUSINESS MENS LIFE JNSUR 1A CE COMPANY Was organized by business men upon a business basis not for personal pro fit but for the purpose of Insuring their own lives and the lives of such other men as their doctor would say were firstclasp risks The company therefore belongs to the men that are insured in it which makes it cooper ative The cardinal principle of the com pany is to furnish protection at the lowest possible cost commensurate with absolute safety Therefore the companys rates are based on the same morality tables the American Experience that all the oldline com panies use Investigation and experience has proven that the mortality fund as ac cumulated and used by the oldline companies is twenty per cent more than has been necessary to meet all death claims in a period of over a century of insurance business Not in a single Instance have any of the old line companies ever drawn on their reserve or surplus to pay death losses Knowing this to be an Indisputable fact the organizers of the Business Mens Life determined to save and Invest out of each premium Exactly the same Mortality Fund that the old line companies do thereby rutting the Business Mens Life on a par with them as to their ability to neet death losses- Investigation has also proven that old line surplus and reserves are millions upon millions in excess of any need whatever The policyholders contributed these millions The Business Mens Lifes organlz Iers have deemed it wise to accumu ate a legitimate reserve and there fore part of every premium over and bove the mortality fund will go to a t t Kain Bros Mammoth MidSummer ReffinalitSale l Begins today This Is going to be the Greatest Bargain Event that has happened in IISOafter each season to clean up all Renmants Short Lengths Soiled Ends Bro ken Lot 9 and all Odds and Ends to constantly keep our stock new and fresh so beginning Today we have gathered together hundreds ofREMNANTS AND SOILED ENDS SUCH AS SILKS DRESS GOODS WHITE SHIRT WAIST GOODS GINGHAMS PERSALES TABLE LINENSHEETING- COTTON CALICOS EM BROIDERIES LACESRIBiBON ETC In addition to the RemInants we will offer some 4 great Inducements from our jregular stock as follows f f 3 l2o For Pretty Lawns In dotsfand stripes Worth 5 and 7Jac per yard 50 For yard wide UnbleachedICotton worth l 6 l2c l For Extra Nice Soft Finish Bleached Cotton worth 10c per yard r j I 7 12c For White India Linen good f Sheer Quality worth 10c f KagthBro- sI l accounts-A firstclass actuary has assured the W organizers of this company that theIfmount so set aside for this purpose will be amply sufficient for any ex raordinary condition that may pos Jlibly arise The companys plan as outlined ures absolute stability of rates and It is a satisfaction to know Just wblltI one is expected to pay each quarter f emlannually or annually and to have- o assurance that unlike fraternal or era the rate is permanent J S larnell District Manager The opinion expressed in Lexington at the annual meeting of the Central entucky Millers Association was othat the wheat crop in Kentucky and roughout the country is short this year and that high prices for th9- crop will prevail It was stated by members of the association that oM wheat Is now quoted at 92 centeand e market for the neW crop is expect ad to open at about 70 cenj Several crops in this county Have already been engaged at from 85 to 90 cents IS