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FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS ifi 1 AND ROUNDABOUT j VOL XXXI FRANKFORT KENTUCKY JULY 18 1908 No 45 HUGE TANKS icteo In Frankfort The Storage of Oil If4 The Indian Refining Gompany Opens Branch Plant t Will Make This Relay Ship f ping Point MAY MEAN MORE IN TIlE FUTURE l 1Mork Is now in progress in the F JVvC railroad yards on several huge storI age of oil and gasoline by the Indian Oil Refining Company which Is t establish a branch in Frankfort The tankswill have a capacity of 6000- 0jj gallons of gasoline and 30000 gallons kaf oil and this will be one of the main refivnits g company which is doing a very large V business No actual refining of of will be done here but Frankfort will be used as a distributing point for the L N and C O railroads so F that considerable saving can be efJ ffected In the shipment of oil and gas ivoline along these two lines NowI o with the plant at Georgetown there k t differentmustinroads and the rates can be lowered tiy the new plan n t Work on the tanks has been going on for several days and It will be only LVV short time now until they will be Already for filling The tanks are largeIquantity of oil and gasoline which wi- lli1ie stored in them On account rthe danger from fire by having ofj r large a quantity of combustible v stored in them the refining company Vhad to make arrangements with the rCv Insurance companies and the city authorities to secure permits for the dejy tails have been completed formalities have been complied with so that there is now nothing to in X terfero with the filling of the big tanks The establishment of Frankfort as Vva distributing point for the refining company which Is one of the largest i competitors In this part of the coun ytry of the Standard Oil Company means much to Frankfort and will VChelp along the boom which the Capital city is experiencing In time it may be that the refining company will lo onto a branch refinery here as the business of the company is increas ing largely and it may be necessary v to extend It beyond Georgetown The company has been doing a big business j iLor some time and expects to Increase its scope as Is indicated by the es- c 7 abllshment of the branch in Frank f r rt 0 SpeechI rl Print V Judge William H Taft Is feelingIH vvpry comforable over the the first draft of his speech of acv ltdeptanco of the nomination for Presi dent by the Republican party nas been fl ifluiphel says a Hot Springs dispatch But the paper Is far from being comj Dieted Mr Taft adopted the course at dictating the speech with great fullness including everything he nlight possibly care to have in It with teVlew to cutting down so that only 1 essentials briefly stated might remain to be presented to the people of Gin isfpnaU on July 28th rj dictation Wednesday and also Thursday amounted to 10000 words i5that will be reduced to as near 3500 I CfijJ possible AIr Taft completed his task Thurs afternoon and then wont out to- ItfiAvlth them i r r hc Lr iIt f WANT STATE TO BUILD BRIDGE Next Legislature Will Be Asked For 100000 To Erect Structure At Foot Capital Avenue WOULD SHORTEN MANY LONG Now that the new capitol Is nearing ompletlon and the Commission is thing contracts for lighting and neat lug talk of a bridge across the river t the foot of what Is now called Capitol Avenue Is being revived It s understood that the next General Assembly will be asked to make an appropriation of 100000 for the new apopropriation will be made The city of Frankfort is not in condition finan cially to build another bridge across the river and It is believed that the only way the bridge can be built will be by State aid The bridge would be a great advantage to the people of haslas would greatly shorten the distance from the depot to hotel and to the capitol It is probable that after the legislators have tramped back and forth or hung onto street cars a few times they will be ready to appripriate amount of money for a bridge or subway or anything that would enable them to get to and from the capitol The present bridge across the rover cost about 90000 and since that time the price of steel has gone up to such an extent that it is probable a similar bridge could not be erected now for less than 10000 o Mrs MlryTOhiDIlliestate DAUGHTER APPOINTED ADMINIS TRATRIX AND APPRAISERS NAMED BY COURT Mrs Mary L Tobin who died several days ago leaving an estate of about 75000 left no will and there may be a legal settlement of her estate When Mrs Tobin died there was much speculation in Frankfort as to how her property had been vided Her children are all well known in Frankfort and it was known that she had left a small fortune Frankfort was discussing her will It now develops that she left no will and the property Is to bo divided accord- Ing to law under the provisions of tne act regulating inheritance In the counfy court the other day Judge James ru sgrovo appointed Miss Sue Tobin as administratrIx If the estate with her two sisters Misses Lose and Ann Tobin as sureties K o court also appointed the following appraisers J B Hcndrick Uberto Kee non and David Nicol These three men will examine the estate and fix a valuation for it The estate will then be divided by the circuit court probably In a friendly suit to settle tho estate o Cousin Of Lt Goy Cox Killed At Maysville Maysville Ky July 17 Orlando P cousin of Lieutenant Governor lox died this morning after an oper Lion for trepanning skull His skull was crushed when his coat caught In a gasoline engine belt yesterday and his head thrown against the engine He was a builders of gasoline boats and well known over the State o OILING FAYETTES ROADS The oiling of the Georgtown pike n Fayette county will be completed Thursday when the oiler will go to he Russell Cave and Maysvillo roads Newton Iron Works and George roads have now been completed the work will be pushed vigorous until all the roads radiating from JLexlnglon the oiled k jJJfJ kMAKEFIII11T To Control Democratic Coun ty Committee John Griffin Will Have Strong Opposition sSThe Chairman of County UNKNOWN WILL BE IN THE RACE John D Griffin and an unknown are to do battle in Franklin county for the position of chairman of the Demo attic County Committee The name of Mr Griffins opponent Is not known but the faction within the party known as the antis will put up a candidate and will try to secure con trol of the county organization claim ing that they have enough strengt- among the voters to do this The other side known as administration says it will control easily as It has done In the past At any rate fro present prospects there is going to be a fight for control in the county It Is not going to be a vicious fight as others have been in this county but will be friendly and will not affect the result in the November election as both sides are now lined up for Bry an and Kern Mr Griffin is a candidate for reelec tlon as chairman of the county com mittee and says he will have no trouble winning He has been chairman for some years and has made a good one Those who will oppose lilt have nothing against him per sonally and will make the fight on him merely to get control of the or ganization or at least get an equal division Mr Griffin belongs to what Is called the administration and the antis are after his scalp He h3I already begun his race for re electio and has been active for several weeks What the antis are doing is not generally known but It la understood that they too have begun the fightI and are ready for the battle at the polls They will not say who their candidate for chairman will be but they do say that they certainly will have a candidate and that ho will be one of the strongest men in tine coun ty While Franklin county has been an administration county for the last ten years It1 is said that there has been a change in sentiment during the last few months and the anUs claim that they will have enough votes to control the county committee and elect their chairman Tile election of a new county com mittee will not be held until the third Saturday In November after the elec tion The voters In the various precincts In the county will meet on that day and elect precinct committee men These committeemen will ells- a chairman The fight will be made in each precinct where there is any chance for those making the fight o Three Sows hive Birth To FortyNine Pigs All records so far as known for productiveness In hogs were broken this week on the Weitzel farm when three sows gave birth to 49 pigs One of the sows had a llller of 19 another and the third 14 The pigs are all living andvin good condition with every prospect of being converted into hams and sausage and bacon as a conclusion of their labors in this world Uradley and Bolin Weitzel the managers of the farm have been success ful raisers of stock and have now broken records for tine breeding of pigs It t r17 CIIIIIIJUTTn1PION AS WALKER Foots It All Way From Louisville To Trinidad Col Says He Hit The Road To Decide 4000000 Wager IN LAKELAND ASYLUM TWICE Chris Lutts formerly a mallwagon river of Louisville twice an inmate x f Lakela t asylum was arrested sere for hlty while en route from xnilsville to San Francisco under tiental delusion that he is walking gainst time to determine a 4000001 eager mat between himself and Dr Bryant that he could not make the rip by foot in 200 days Luetts own tory is as follows I was sunstruck while employed andhtent twice to Lakeland The first time I was sent to the asylum I made a bet with Dr Bryant that I was dls Mymiimlly objected but I started against their protest The story sounds a bit Incredible nit tattered worn shores and great surd bunches on his feet art evidence hat he has walked some lately Ie left Kentucky in December and valked Aside from a few nights and Gays spent at different farmhouses where VEwas allowed to rest he has seen constantly on the road making as much as forty miles some days The distance approximately 1200 miles by road which Lutts came la a good trip fora Dan OLeary or a Veston Luetts knows Kentucky like a roving horseman making the county airs and is acquainted with every not of Louisville This was dem nstrated when a Kentuckian attempt ed to test his knowledge of the Blue thatnperhaps his story was ofa weak Mind Lutts is 37 years old with ampant beard and bald head and aI leopy eye He is long and lank and inactive in his speech but knows where he has been and remembers what he has seen to an Identity o Republicans Would Increase School Fund WANT TO PUT PER CAPITA TO A LARGER SUM THAN DEMO CRATS FIXED To Increase the school rer capita this year to a larger figure than was ever fixed before Is the present aim of the State ofilcals as the high school per capita under the Democratic ad ministrations was one of the cam Wtel In per capita last year was 3JO which was tIle largest ever fixed Thin yar it is expected that the par capita will bo 345 and the State officials say that they probably will be able to reach that figure If they do they will make a new high water mark for the schools of the State and it will mean many thousands of dollars extra for the common schools According to preliminary estimates made by the Superintendent of Pub lic Instruction Prof J G Crabbe the number of school children under the census for next year will be about 750 000 as compared with 734000 for last year a material Increase This Is merely an estimate but it is believed tint the figures will not be materially different when the actual census Is taken Prof Crabbe Is working on the census and Is also much Interested in tile school per capita He Is trying to moire a record lu the office and therefore anxious that the per capl ta small be as large as possible i t I f p GOVERNOR fiTo Catch Cars To Lexington Meeting 41 Trustees of State University In Session Consider Proposition For Medical Branch STRONG OPPOSITION NOW EXISTS Gov Willson went to Lexington on Friday to attend a meeting of the Joard of Trustees of State University tut he was able to go only by exercis s that sprinting ability which he has seen developing during the last six months The Governor has become a sprinter after cars and as a runner Is in a class alone when it comes to heavyweights Friday morning he tall a meeting of the Capitol Com Mission which lasted until 1130 the fame when the Governor was supposed o start for Lexington on the interurban McKenzie Todd the Govern ors secretary telephoned to the sta tion and found that the car for Lex ngton was ready to leave He noli ied the officials in charge that the Governor was headed for the station oing at a rapid rate of speed and sired that the car be held for a minute or two This was agreed to and he Governor ran The motorman and onductor were ready to start when he Governor hove in sight but they held the car and the Governor made t by a slight margin He was landed in Lexington on time and in good linpe The Governor is a good runner and since he has been Governor he has had so many opportunities to un that he has become quite a sprinter He can develop considerable peed on short distance and his race with time Friday was interesting to the spectators who happened to be about Tine trustees of the State Unverslty are considering a proposition from the heads of two medical colleges in Louisville to have the Louisville cols converted into a branch of the State University The States name mule be given to the Institution hlch would be a consolidation of the wo colleges which are now running n Loulsvlllie The benefit to the Lou svllle colleges might be greater but pxlngton is opposed to the plan as it wants the medical branch of the State University if one Is established located in Lexington Lxeington can ot see any advantage to the State Jnlversity or to Lexington if the medial department is located in Louisville o there is considerable opposition o the plan which has been proposed ly the Louisville medical colleges The meeting of the trustees Friday was to hear a statement of what the Louisville college have to offer and what they will expect in return for the name of the State University It is expected that the trustees of the university will reject the proposition nod that they will not permit the es tablishment of a branch medical school in Louisville o 1907 Burley May Sell For 25 Gents A movement is being considered looking to the placing of the price upon tine 1907 crop and at several points the raisers who have been kept out of their money by the trust re fusing to pay are talking of putting the price as high as 25 cents and starting the agitation of no crop In 1909 unless the stock on hand Is taken up 9dtIt1 li jJ Ai ty ASK REHEARING F The Whisky Branding Cases UgainIn ourqtr tJiS ATTORNEY SAYS NO NEW r MATERIAL ALLEGATIONS ARE PRESENTED The petition for a rehearing of the suit by the Clifton Springs Distilling Company and of the new suit by the i Union Distilling Company against the Ltinternal revenue marking and brandXing rules came up before States Judge Thompson in this city today says a Cincinnati dispatch to the CourierJournal The first suit brought by the Clifton Springs Distill Iing Company last month was decided adversely by Judge Sater of Colum bus who sat during the illness of and an to psecure t4The against the Collector of Customs and his gaugers to prevent the enforce ment of the new marking rules ii District Attorney McPherson who returned from Washington yesterday after a conference with Government officials there flied two affidavits in support of his side of the case One of these is by Dr Wiley chief of the Bureau of Chemistry of the De partment of Agriculture The other is by L W Talman chief of the food inspection labratory of the Bureau of Chemestry of the Department of Ag Attorney McPherson opened The proceedings by filing a demurrer to both petitions He alleged that the bills did not state a cause of action and protested against taking up the matter on behalf of the Clifton Springs Company which was heard by trMthatore alleged Judge Thompson gave him leave to file the demurrer but i he also said that he would hear the r Maxwell associated with W M Hough of St Louis general 4t counsel of the Distillers Association presented the sine of the companies He said that the revenue paid by the tuo companies last year was about i1 o000000 and that the enforcement of the rule of Commissioner Capers wth regard to branding would cause that much loss to the National Gov arguing the matter at some Aigth on technical grounds Mr Max well declared that the position of Commissioner Capers in issuing an arbitrary order was contrary to the law and not tenable He cited many J Supreme Court decisions to sustain f his contention that an executive offi tcer shall not construe a statute Ho said that the construction of all the laws was in the hands and at the discretion of courts alone 0 John H Cossell WillslDecline The Presidency CANNOT ACCEPT POSITION AS HEAD OF BUSINESS MENS CLUB John H Cassell who was elected as resident of the Frankfort Business Mens Club at its meeting Thursday lnight will decline the position A meeting of the Executlme Comittee of the club will be held shortly and as other man will be chosen president to fill the place made vacant by Mr Gas sell declining to serve Mr Cassell found that his business would not per mlt him to take the place He has been secretary of the club for many i years and wants to get out of the has ness Many prominent business and profes 1itheamong the number being A B Ham J mon Dr C A Fish Eugene Wallace and D D Smith It Is tyoung man would be better and active than oven a man of mlddel and Mr Smithand Dr Fish are moreIfinding many adherents fJ 0 W I II ltir1 I PAGE TWO BRYANVIEVSPresidency Be Filled Power For Good and Harm DTfirestffiiated Democratic Nominee Tells His Conception Of Job THE RESPONSIBILITIES VERY GREAT William J Bryan the Democratic nominee for President has written an article entitled My Conception of the Presidency for the July 18 issue of Colliers Weekly Mr Bryan says The Presidents power for good or harm is often overestimated Ou Government is a government o checks and balances power is dis trlbuted among different departments and each official works in coopera tion with the others In the making of laws for Instance the President joins with the Senate and the House he may recommend but he is power less to legislate except as a majority of the Senate and the House concur with him The Senate and the House are also independent of each other each having a veto over the other ant the President has a veto over both except that the Senate rind the House can by a twothirds vote override the Presidents veto The influence of the President over legislation is there fore limited he shares responsibility with a large number of the peoples representativesEven enforcement of law he is hedged about by restrictions He acts through an Attorney General whose appointment must be approved by the Senate and offenders against the law must be prosecuted in the courts so that here again the respon sibility Is divided In the making o important appointments too he must consult the Senate and is of necessity compelled to exercise care and dis cretion The most important requl site in a President as in other offi dais Is that his sympathy shall be with the whole people rather than with any fraction of the population He is constantly called upon to act in the capacity of a judge deciding be tween the importunities of those who seek favors and the rights and Inter ests of the public Unless his sympathies are right the few are sure to have no one to present their claims they act only at elections and must trust to their representatives to pro tect them from all their foes SecondThe President must have a knowledge of public questions and the ability to discern between th true and the false he must be able to analyze the conditions and to detect the sophistries that are aha employed by those who seek unfair advantages He must possess the moral courage h to stand against the Influences that are brought to bear In favor of special interests In fact the quality of moral courage Is as essential in a official as either right sympathies o a trained mind A President must have counselors and to make wise use of counselors he must be open to conviction The President is committed by his plat form to certain policies and the plat form is binding he Is also committed to certain principles of government and these he is in duty bound to apply in all matters that come before him But there is a wide zone in which he must act upon his own judgment and here he ought to have the aid of intelligent conscieutlous and faithful advisors The law provides these to a crtain extent In giving him a cabinet and the Vice President ought to be made a member of the cabinet exofllcio in order first that that the President may have the bene fit of his wisdom and knowledge of fairs and second that the Vice President may be better prepared to take up the work of the President in case of a vacancy in the presidcntlol or flee There ought to be cordial rela lions also between the President and those who ocaupy positions of influ once in the coordinate branches of the Government for our Government- Is not a oneman Government but a Government In which the chosen rep resentatives of the people labor gether to give expression to the will of the voters But the presidency Is the highest position in the world and its occu pant is an Important factor in all National matters If he is a devout beI liever in our theory of government recognizes the constitutional distribu tion of powers trusts thoroughly In A l = the people and fully sympathizes with them In their aspirations and hopes he has an opportunity do a splendid work he occupies a vantage ground from which he can exert a wholesome influence In favor of cacti forward movement The responsibilities of the office are so great that the occupant ought to be relieved of every personal ambition save the ambition to prove counltr3men 1second term 11IWhile tie burdens of such an office are heavy and while the labors of the office are exacting and exhausting the field of service is large and measuring its greatness by service a Pres ident by consecrating himself to the public weal can make himself secure in the affections of his felldw citizens while he lives and create for himself a permanent place in the Nations history o WOMEN TO HELP In Decoration of Kentuckys Capitolf MISS REBECCA AVERILL NAME AS MEMBER OF COMMITTEE FROM STATE Mrs Letcher Rlker President of the Kentucky Federation of Womans Clubs has appointed Mrs Gllmer S eibecca Averill of this city as an advisory committee to advise with the Capitol Commission In the decoration of the capitol and the grounds This was done at the request of Governor Willson and with the indorsement of the Executive Committee of the Ken tucky Federation Governor Wlllsons letter to Mrs Riker requesting that such a committee be apolnted is as follows Mrs Frances Simrall Riker Presl dent of the Kentucky Federation of Womans Clubs Harrodsburg Ky My thefcordially thank the women of Ken tricky for their thoughtful and Rind ex pression of interest and wish to ad vise with the commission on the ishing furnishing and decoration of the new capitol and grounds which has come to us through the courtesy of the federation The commission will be very glad to have the women of Kentucky take an earnest active and helpful part in this labor of love for the State so the result may be useful beautiful nail worthy of the Commonwealth and Its women as well as itn men and we hope that the federal n will elect a committee of women to advise from time to time with the commission the architect Mr Andrews the landscape Cornepany and the artists who may be set cured for the decorations With per servantsAUGUSTUS E WILLSON Governor of Kentucky- o Divide County Into Districtsr REARRANGEMENT MADE UNDER NEW LAW GOVERNING EDUCATION County JUdge James H Polsgrove County Attorney Frank Dailey and County Superintendent of Schools E R Jones have just completed the en tire redistricting of the county Into educational divisions in accordance with the provisions of the new school board law The four educational divisions as they are called coincide generally with the magisterial districts of the county There are a few points of difference however On the north side of the river in order to make the Elkhorn division as near the size of the Peaks Mill division as possible the districts of Thorn Hill and Rocky Branch were placed In the Elkhorn division On the south side of the river North Benson and Glores were merged into the Bridgeport division to make It as nearly the size of BaM Knob division as possibleo Delay In commencing treatment for a slight irregularity that could have been cured quickly by Foleys Kidney Remedy may result in a serious kidney disease Foleys Kidney Remedy builds up the worn out tissues and strengthens these organs Commence taking It today For sale by all drug glstsl 1JilJ DEATH SUDDEN Miss Mary Lewis Passes Away At Brothers Home HAD BEEN TEACHER IN PROVI DENCE CHURCH SULPAY SCHOOL MANY Y Mss Mary Patteson Lewis aged 61 year died of heart trouble at the real dence of her brother W J Lewis at Bellalr Miss Lewis had not been in good health for some time but her In disposition was not regarded as serious even by the members of the family Her death came at oclock shortly after breakfast She was sitting on the front porch at the residence and was stricken with a sharp pain In her side She thought it was an attack of indigestion and left the porch to go to the kitchen to get a bit of soda which would relieve her indigestion and stop the pain From the kitchen Miss Lewis went into the room at the residence which her brother uses as his office and there lay down on a sofa The mem bers of the family did not regard the thatDshe was some later when they heard her groaning They went into the room and found her dying The family physician was summoned but she died befcfre he ar was too to be relieved andtiled a short time after his arrival She was a devoted member of the Providence Baptist church which had been built on a portion of the farm that belonged to her father Rev Cadwal lader Lewis one of the most noted Bap test divines of his day Miss Lewis had been a teacher In the Sunday School at the Providence church for fortyfive years She took an active in terest in the work of the church and was a liberal contributor to maintain it She never missed a service when her health permitted her to attend the church and was ever willing and ready to lend a helping nand to the needy and sick in the Woodlake com munity The funeral services wefe held at 10ooclock with the Rev Dr Alderman of Louisville officiating Dr Alder man was formerly the pastor of Provl hence church o Accidentally Discover Fortune In Lands ofIfather Miss M P McBlair of Dighy Nova Scotia Canada will come into possession of 20000 acres of fine coal and timber land In Floyd and Pike counties This land was Issued to Richard Smith under a land patent in 1851 and purchased by John Moy Ion in 1851 Miss McBlair recently discovered that she had fallen heir to the land and County Clerk N B Smith received a letter from Miss McBlair stating that she intended to sue for the property It is very valuable be ing worth more than half a million dollars o Freight Train Hits Boy and Kills Horse An extra freight train turning tit curve suddenly this side of Benson three miles west of this cfton Mon day afternoon crashed into a driven by South Trimble Conway th L year old son of Polk Conway The youngster was hurled to the road side unconscious and with one arm broken while the horse that he was driving was instantly killed and the wagon in which he was riding smashed Into smithereens o SOME FEW EGGS In round numbers tho hens of Clark county Indiana laid 5000000 eggs according to a statistical report for 1907 that has just been completed by E T Sage of Jeffersonvllle county assessor who has been going over the blanks returned by the twelve town ship assessors The report shows the number of eggs laid by the hens In the county was 406625 dozen but there was many an egg hero and there that was not reported o The function of the kidneys Is to strain out the impurities of the blood which is constantly passing through them Foleys Kidney Remedy makes the kidneys healthy They will strain out all waste matter from the Take Foleys Kidney Remedy nullIt will make you well 1 = KENTUCKY FAIR DArESI The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1907 as far as reported Officers ofI fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates Stanford July 223 days Georgtown July 285 days Winchester August oi5 days Danville August 53 days exngton August 105 days Uniontown Augustll 5 days Burkesville August 11oi day Perryville August 123 day Broadhead August 123 day Springfield August 124 days Lawrenceburg August 184 days Shepherdsvllle August 184 days Carroll Gallatin Owen TrlCounty Fair Sanders August 194 days Vanceburg August 194 days Barbourvllle August 193 days Erlanger August 203 days London August 264 days Elizabethtown August 263 days Shelbyvllle August 263 days Burlington August 264 days Germantown August 264 days Morgantown August 274 days Somerset September 14 days Paris September 15 days Hardinsburg September 13 days Fern Creek September 24 days Monticello September 84 daya Hodgenvllle September 83 days Glasgow September 94 days Falmouth September 304 days There Is a bright spot in the career of any business man when he comes to realize that there Is no better medium for extending his trade than good advertising We make business building printing a study and can fur nlnh the best Notice To Chicken Raisers Recelp 41144 cures Cholera Roup Gapes Conker and Limberneck Price 50 cents No cure no pay Guaranteed by McKee Hardie and J W Gayle druggis- ts693m Chesapeake Ohio R Schedule in effect June 28 1908 sub Ject to change without notice Limited for Louisville Nashville Memphis West and Southwest 940 A M and 615 P 11 Daily Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1015 A M and 745 P M Daily 28lyr Who Will Be- PresidentThis is a Presidential Year nndVITl man must rend to laop post edon politics The CourierournaeHenry Editor Is a Democratic News paptr hilt it prints the jiiws as it develops One 1dollar a ypnr is the price of the Weekly CourierJournal But you can get that Paper and the Weekly News eareFor 125 If you will send your PaperNot Journal Daily Courier Journal 600 a Year Weekly CourierJournal 200 a Year We can give you a combination Gut Rate on those if you will writo this paper enclosing cash with order THE BEST WHISKY for the money to be found In the city at GEO B SALENDER All goods sold under Pure Food Guarantee IJULY Bottled In Bond viand Made Sour Mash r The Very Best Product Of the Finest Distillery IN THE WORLD The Geo CaIncorporated FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SCREENi Your Home NowtBEFORE THE FLIES AND INSECTS GET BUSY HAVE A OF SCRE FORS AND WINDOWS AT PRICES WITHIN THE REACH OF c WHY NOT BEAUTIFY YOUR LAWN BY KEEPING THE 1jGRASS CUTWE HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF y Lawn MowersEVER SHOWN IN THE CITY AT PRICES FROM 300 TO 1400 ALSO AGENTS FOR North Star Refrigerators Sherwin Williams Paint WE SOLICIT YOUR PHONE ORDERS AND MAKE PROMPT BELIVERY JO R1COIncorporated = Tv Phones 16 MAIN STREET s Z SILB0- 1h Iat rDollars and Sense THE SENSIBLE BUYER WILL ALWAYS LOOK FOR WEAR IISBE MADE AND SOLD OUR VEHICLES REPRESENT A DOLLAR IN VALUE FOR EVERY DOLLAR YOU PAY US WE CAN PROVE THIS TO YOUR ENTIRE SATISFACTION IF GIVEN AN OPPORTUNITY DROP US A CARD AND OUR REPRESENTATIVE WILL CALL TO SEE YOU SELLERCARRIAECOIncorporated VERSAILLES KY H K WARD President C M BROWNING SecTreas ftee OUR FREE OFFER Every one of our subscribers will do well to take advantage of our special offer By paying one in advance you will be sent postage pre paid a firstclass twobladed pocket knife This otter lasts until July 1908 Wo are presenting to the public the livest weekly paper in the State and we have started on a campaign to double our circulation Help us ac complish this cud t Ji SATURDAY 18 1908 EVERYONE year CAPITAL I HOTELiE 1 WEITZEL MANAGER J Speoial attention given to the transfer of baggage Use either phono Oldest and ti best hostelry in tho city rd t I if SATURDAY JULY 18 1908 NEW OFFICERS ill Guide Destinies of Business Mens Club in H Cflssell Elected New President Sheltofl Saufley Chosen As 9 Secretary ME B HARPER REFUSES President John H Cassell t Vice PresidentA B Hammond SecretaryShelton M Saufley TreasurerGeorge L Payne These are the new officers of the Frankfort Business Mens Club elect ed at the meeting Thursday night and they will have charge of the destinies of Frankfort for one year with every prospect of building up the city and seeing to it that the city gets every thing that comes this way President George B Harper declined to take the presidency for another year although he was urged to do so and would have MrbeenHarper said that the position required more time than he felt that he could give to It and for that reason and th fact that he felt that other members of the club should have the honor conferred on them he would decline to serve Mr Harper was nominated by Frank L Johnson who paid him a beautiful tribute and urged him to stand for reelection for just one more term Mr Johnson said that he had been a member of the club for several years and that the club had not been- a success until Mr Harper became its president In making excuses for those who served before Mr Harper Mr Johnson said that they had done their beat and that the club had grown but at no tllhe was the Improvement so noticeable and had Frankfort grown so steadily or had so many Improvements in the city been made as under tae administration of Mr Harper He said that he felt that the presl dency of the club would as Mr Har per said be a burden to him but he that he hoped Mr Harper would 1added the sacrifice and take the place one year longer He pointed out that the city had doubled its popu lation the streets had been improved and factories had grown up on vacant lots during Mr Harpers presidency of the club an dalthough Mr Harper had said that Mr Cassell the secretary was the whole thing he felt that the success of the club was due to both Mr Harper and Mr Cassell and for good of the club and the city 1he thought that the club should re both of the gentlemen to their Ioffices Their work had been crowned with success and ripe in wisdom and experience Mr Johnson said they were beat fitted to carry on the work and make Frankfort the greater Frankfort that it is destined to become Once the members realized Mr Har- ers decision was final nominations 1for president were made rapidly and the names of A B Hammond John H Cassell Rev C R Hudson G C Shaw and Henry 1l Roberts were placed before the club Mr Cassell elected after Mr Roberta Mr and Dr Hudson had withdrawn 11was names election of vice president was quickly over with Mr Cassell nomi Mr Hammond and he was elect secretary acclamation Mr Saulley was elect 1Mnated acclamation there appearing to general feeling among the moan of the club that the Frankfort should follow the example set by f other successful commercial clubs and put a newspaper man in that position 11 The names of Mr Leslie Morris and nominationJrun leaving Mr Sanfley a walkover Mr Payne was reelected treasurer by ac clamation The session was held in the dining room of the Frankfort Hotel ami too members were served with a delight ful supper before the business of the night began The new managers of the hotel did themselves proud in their entertainment of the club P o oIItf Try To Stop Tobacco ftSales By Injunction branch of the lEquity Society through Attorneys 10IIrh n g iIJOI del against B O Dincler and R Ie Combs to prevent Dincler from sell 1lUg and Combs from buying n half In a fourteen aero crop of Itobacco alleged to be in tho pool MONUMENT READY ie Unveiled In State Cemetery In September MEMORIAL TO WILLIAM GOEBEL ERECTED BY THE PEOPLE OF KENTUCKY lilJparted by the people of the State of Ken tuclty Is now ready and will be tin veiled In the Frankfort cemetery some toEing depends on when Arthur Goebel returns from Europe where he has gone for his health Mr Goobel natur ally wants to be present at the un veiling and the commission would not think of having the monument un veiled without Mr Goebel was present He expects to be In Europe about two months and a date for the unveiling will be fixed after consultation with meeting of the Goebol monu ment executive and building committees was held In the pariors of the Capital Hotel those present being Sen ator James B McCroary chairman Lewis McQuown Gov J C W Beck ham Dr E E Hume and Miss Sallle Jackson William Adams of William whoemade the monument was before the commission and reported that the monument has reached Frankfort and everything Is ready for the erection of the statue and monument The monument which is the base for the statue Is thirty feet high and of marble It Is a massive madeI On the top of this will be bronze statue of William which was made by NlehaflsGoebelI statue has been finished and In New York It will he shipped here at once and In the meantime the members of the Monument Commls slon who live In Frankfort will in spect the monument and If sptlsfacj tory It will be erected In the State cemetery The body of Goebel now lies In the foundation which has been built for the statue and Iii a few weeks the monument will be In place ready to receive the statue Some member of the Goebel family probably one of Justus Goebels chll dren will unveil the statue although this has not been discussed by the commission It will probably be left to the brothers of William Goebel The exercises In connection with the un veiling will be elaborate and Impres slve but nothing has been determined as to who will deliver tile addresses Senator McCreary reported to the commission that there is on de posit In the Farmers Bank of Frank fort Sr7215 and in the Phoenix National Bank Lexington 786732 belonging to the Goebel monument fund making n total of 1653947 subject to the check of the commis slon Only 15000 will be expended for the monument and the statue so that the funds will be more than am pie for all purposes o Governor Rides Mule In Breathitt County MAKES QUICK TRIP ACROSS MOUNTAIN TO DEDICATE NEW SCHOOL Coy Wlllson rode a mule on his trip to Oakdale where he helped to dedl cute the Soul Winners College He rode several miles on that mule over rough roads and he does not care for a mule as a means of locomotion He and McKenzie Todd his secertary returned to Frankfort today irony Breathitt county where they spent a greater part of yesterday The col lege which they went to dedicate is ntclesmeans told Gov Wlllson that It was only three miles from the station at Oakdalo to the college but r Todd says it is six stiles and it took time party one hour and twenty minutes to get to the college after they left Oakdale At that they made tho mules go at top speed and kept them on the jump all the way Mr Todd says ho can not ride a horso any too well and riding n mule is not a Joy forever Tho Governor stood trip well and says ho does not especially mind a mulo He hind to eat in n hurry rush over to tho college and speak and then send his mule on the jump back to Oakdalo in time to catch tho train for Lex lugton where the party arrived last night Time Governor made many new friends on his trip into Breath itt BUYERS AFTER POOLED TOBACCO Said To Have Secured One Million Pounds k Tenants Tempted With High Prices LAW TO DE INVOKED BY SOCIETY Lexington Lender Whether representing the trust independent manufacturers or them elves for speculative purposes tobac o buyers from the adjoining county if Woodford have appeared In Fay ette county and have It is said ap proached a number of growers who have their crops In the Equity pool with the view of buying their pooled tobacco offering them Equity prices and In some Instances prices above the Equity scale to induce them to sellDiscontented tenants who have not been able to realize In full on theh pioled crops and who are pressed for funds are those It Is stated most Instances approached Notice of the operations of these buyers was brought to the attention Wednesday when a tenant resid ing on a farm In the western part of the county came to the local Equity olilceand announced his intention to beenIpOOledpool part of the qrop The landlord who was also present stated that the tenant had authorized him to pool the to conIto the tenant an offer on his tobacco and the tenant had about decided to sell The tenant was threatend with an injunction If he attempted to take his tobacco out of the pool and sell It and the courts may be called upon to settle the controversy which Is now pending There Is a law passed by the last Legislature prohibiting any person from buying pooled tobacco and pro jviding a penalty for the seller as well as the buyer but so far as Is known It has never been tested and its constitutionality Is questioned The Woodford county buyers have t is said been able to purchase over one million pounds of pooled tobacco in Central Kentucky principally from tenants who have It Is stated been fromIof Equity Busters but the Society members say that their activity has strengthened Instead of weakened the Equity cause o New Dormitory For- School of Reform Ground was broken early in theI week for the erection of a new dormitory at the Reform School at Lexington The excavation and ground work is now almost completed mid the foundation is being laid The now dormitory will be three storiesi high and the rooms will structed so as to be spacious and comfortable This has been a long needed Improvement at the Reform School as it will do away with the present crowded condition The con tract is in the hands of the Combs Lumber Company and work will be completed by early fall o Frankfort Knights Ennage fiood Quarters Determined that the members of the Fankfort Commandery shall be entertained and provided for when they go to Ashland next May to the conclave of the Grand Commandery Messrs Prank Stagg John Solbert and Mason Brown went to Ashland where they engaged quarters for the local Knights at tho leading hotel They mado reservations for all rooms that will be required to com fortably house tho large delegation which is making plans to go from tho Frankfort Commandery a Good printing and modorato prlcoa Is our hobby TIMETABLE L N R R CO Frankfort Ky May 13 1908 Trains East Bound No 18 departs 960 a m dally eicept Sunday No 16 departs 430 p m daily ex zept Sunday No 20 arrives 641 p m dally cept Sunday stops at Frankfort No 62 departs 833 p m Sundays only Trains V st Bound iN its S9K a m daily ex kepticept Sunday No 15 departs 400 p m daily exI cept Sunday No 61 departs 155 a m Sundays only C O TrainsEast Bound No 22 departs 1015 a m dally No 24 departs 745 p m dally C OWest Bound No 1 departs 940 a m dally No 3 departs 615 p m dally A V HITE Agent SUMMARY OF L E TIME TABLE EAST WESTBOUND BOUND d r z 0110Ao STATIO Sl JI Z i z Z zzxP V AJi IAfPM AM 225 785 Lexington 95 6031025 101225U17M34u 844 Indian Fields 453 920 400 902 Clay City 825 485 902 410 010 Stanton 815 426 852 420 915 Rosslyn 809 420 847 842t445 943 Natural Bridge 745 355 825 946 Glencnlrn 740 850 820 457 056 Torrent 341 812 5101008 Fincnstlo 715 828 757 5181017 BeattyvllleJct 707 750i 5261025 St Helens 659 311 744 537 1085 Tnllegn 649 800 784 54Sln43 Athol 6401 252 727 5521051 Oakdale 633 244 720 Elkntawn 62U 710 010111510 K Junction 615 125 705 Jackson 610 700 The Following Connections Are Made Dally Except Sunday L E JUNCTION cRllwayCAMPTON JUNCTION Nos 123 and will connect with the Mount fromCamptonBEATTYVILLE JUNCTION ARailwayO K JUNCTION KRatlway Frankfort CinOinnati Bu The Midland Route Local Tune Table IN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 A MI DAILY EXCEPT Pl1VoWNo82 SUNDAY No81ob TOO jLvkfut 715 07aSwitzer Stam i Duvall 00lto 8 Depot i New town 00S46IIConnects at Georgetown Union Depot with L KentuckyCentralJonnecta at Frankfort Union Depot with L S N BETWEEN NAHVUt MA MiIAMIPM heBETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS A M P M P M LT Frankfort Ar 715 715 LT Georgetown Ar 44leKENTUCKY CENTRAL R POINTH Pl441O1161lOOP165tOIIPGKO B HARPER Prea andUeul bunt CWHAYd A Treasury receipts falling off says the headline In a dally paper That sounds familiar Tho same thing comes from tho treasurers office In Frankfort No money Is a constant cry when the Republicans are In control It will bo different after the 4th of next March 0 Too much advertising Is Injurious to sonic businesses In tho same way that too much chopping spoils mincemeat It Is as difficult to advertise somo bush nesses too much as to chop mince meat too fine PAGE i5he Balance Wheel Look inside your watch a moment The balance wheel is 18000 vibrations an hour If Its in good If the move ment is sluggish theres something wrong It will move 3558 miles in a year and requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil i to make the run But it needs that little badly The least increase of friction on the bearings alters the motion Dont take chances L us clean and oil and put your watch In order for a year IT W ttTANDr I M A SELBERTixJEWELERj f ST CLAIR STREET FRANKFORT KY I If You Buy It At Seiberts Its Gobd n START In the right direction when you direct your steps to the- office of this concern to place the for the moving of those household goods for you are certain of securing quick and courteous service and the very best of care handlingOur are reasonable and but commensurate with the quality and excellence of our serviceIPERKINS PRINCIPAL OFFICEiL N FREIGHT DEPOT iii Hajrnmocks Lawn Swings Fishing Tackle Dry Batteries Garden Hose and ToolsI Alabastine Cold 1 Water Paint FRANK GSTAGG HARDWARE PAINTS OILS AND GLASS Summer Vacation Trips V- IAQUEENCRESCENTROUTE TO THG Lake Seaside and Mountain Resorts Summer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale If you intend taking a trip fill out blank and mall for information H C KINO C P A 101 East Main St Lexington Ky Destination mn CLASSIFIED ADVERT lINGS All advertisements in these columns are five cents per line for each insertion and to be paid for strictly in advance FORSALE CHEAP We have a inch Paper Cutter in perfect tion that we will sell very this ofllco For SaleOne 6 horse power portable engine and boiler two ond hand McCormick Mowers AI ital Foundry Machine Co Holmes street Both phones THREE making condition YOU order Address RockIand boot blood They are of the Harry Orplngtonsell cheap as I lack room I have both Plymouth Rock and Black Orpington eggs Rocks 1BO and Orpingtons 250 per fifteen T F TA1IAFERRO Shelby St Frankfort Kentucky Old Phone 453 J Jr41 4 PAGE FOUR ff Frankfort Weekly News Entered at the postoilice at Frankfort Ken tucks us secondclass imiiltiblu matter hhOFRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY INCOUPORATKI A R DUNLAPEdltorHU- BERT VREELAND Pres and Mgr M D COYLE Sec and Treas TE MS 10iIN ADVICE DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Of Nebraska For Vice President JOHN W KERN Of Indiana- ANNOUNCEMENTS I We are authorized to announce J CAMPBELL CANTRILL of Scot county as a candidate for 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 FOR COUNTY JUDGE News is authorized to announce Hieatl as a candidate for county of Franklin county subject IThe action of the Democratic 72tf Ollie James of Kentucky- It is no longer Ollie James of the First district Ollie James has broadened the scope of his fame und he now belongs to the nation Mr James is big physically and he is big In the qualities which go to make- a leader At the Denver convention no figure was bigger than that of Mr James and he was decidedly the mos conspicuous of the Kentucky delegation He presided over the conven Lion during tho nomination of a can didate for VicePresident being called to the chair by Chairman Clay ton who was fagged out by his duties To preside over the deliberations of the Democratic party In the nation is an honor that is rarely conferred and few men can boast of the dis tinction Mr James is a close friend of Mr Bryan and if the latter is elected President Mr James will be one of bis closest advisers at Washington with a high official position awaiting him at any time that he wants it The Democrats at Denver could not have done better than to nominate Mr James as the candidate for Vice President Mr James is an ora tor of ability and would have added strength to the ticket by his speeches especially on the tariff We once heard Mr James speak on the tariff It was a hot day and the court house in which Mr James spoke was packed to the doors Inside it was stifling Tho tariff is a dull subject and one that does not tend to interest a crowd Mr James spoke an hour and a half During that time not a single man left the court house They stood or pa1tlencesorry when Mr James stopped It means something when men will stay to hear a speech under such circum stances However even though he is not on the ticket Mr James will make fiomo speeches and he will go outside Kentucky to make them if the cam jmign committee is wise o Frankforts street car system Is not the best in the world but it does pret ty well all things considered and the superintendent J D Sallce does one thing He runs the cars on a schedule and wouldbe passengers know when they are going to get a car Even if they do have to wait fortyfive min utes to get a car to the County Club they at least have tho satisfaction of knowing that they have to wait forty five minutes no moro and no loss and can go on about other business in that time instead of standing on a corner and stewing because a carI does not come The trafllc here Is not enough to justify the running of ninny more cars than are now operated but the Country Club should have bet ter service One extra car would be enough Last Saturday afternoon there was a reception at the Club There were some onehundred people there and all that crowd had to come town on one Those who could not hang on had to walt for fortyfive minutes Mr Sallee might send out an extra car when he knows that there is to be a crowd of that sizeWith pGompers and Mitchell sup porting Bryan the labor vote ought to be solidly for the Democratic ticket The labor men see that they have nothing to expect from Judge Taft or the Republican party and that their only chance for fair treatment is from the Democrats The labor unions in this country are strong numbering several millions of votes and if they line up for Bryan and against Taft it is going to be all one way with Taft not even a close second The trouble about the labor vote is that it does not hold together and is erratic The union man does not vote as a union man but as an individual If he would vote the way his union voted he would be able to dictate the nomi nation of every officeholder in the city and State as well as the nation a The Frankfort Busness liens Club could not have found a better man for secretary had they looked over the whole United States Shelton Saufley s a young man who hustles early and late and is always on the job In ad dition to unusual ability he has that rare quality enthusiasm for anything he undertakes He will work for the Business Mens Club as though it was his own private business Then too he is a newspaper man and a news paper man should be secretary Mr Saufley has been a live member of the club for several years and has always been at work to help Frankfort o This paper is indebted to the Postal Telegraph Company for the news of the Democratic convention which JerrytDowning always accommodating and efficient kept up with the convention and posted bulletins from the hall at Denver and furnished this paper with the news so that we were enabled to give the story of the nominating ofI Kern within a short time after it was made Country Club members 0 would greatly appreciate an extra car from the club to town about G10 oclock There is only one car now That car runs into town at 550 oclock and if one misses that one must wait for tyflve minutes and miss supper The Country Club gives the street car company many dollars during the summer and the extra car could be run p- asoIt seems a pennywise and pound foolish sort of policy for the Governor to refuse 100 to Joe Morris and sign a bill appropriating nearly 000 at the same time complaining that the State is in debt with the treasury empty Mr Morris earned his money and has been paid with out question before From the way the Cincinnati En quirer has been featuring Bryan and from the character of stories which have been printed in that paper it would seem that John R McLean is going to support the Democratic ticket and that means a good deal for the Enquirer is a power by reason of its national circulation Everybody is climbing into the Bryan bandwagon and fighting for front seats Samuel Gompers has come in and Is riding up near the front He can swing n good many votes too and his support of the ticket moans that the labor vote Is pretty certain to go to Bryan o The Franklin county Democrats knowing tho wisdom or organization are going at things in tho right way to got votes In November They have begun early and will work late and they will help put Kentucky back whore she belongs in the Democratic column tePessimistErstwhile The Optimist ByARD The Pessimist wore nn overcoat the other evening Not becaube was cold but because he had on a dixs suit and did not care to parade around the streets of Frankfort In the daylightidbein Itot G30 oclock the hour fixed dinner to which he was going in Hongtailed beetle like garb Expecting faceti ous comments on the overcoat he kept count of the number of Idiots who had something to say about It Strange to say there were not many The public generally un derstood that the overcoat was mere ly to conceal the evening clothes but some few had something to say about its being cold which It wasnt Some of these fool remarks that are made by ones friends are made as a pleasantry just to have something to say and there Is nothing malicious in the words Sometimes a man or a woman rarely the latter does not know what to say and desiring to say something says something foolish He wants to be pleasant and dont know how The average person does not place any value on silence and re lies entirely on speech There are times when silence is ffreatly appre dated and to communicate with ones friends it is not always necessary to talkMay the Lord deliver me from my friends some one said This raises the question Who are ones friends The latter Is a pertinent Inquiry too Percy Haley went to Denver con vention all reports to the contrary notwithstanding It seems that the other members of the Board of Con trol did not see any mention In the dally papers of the doings of Gen Haley so on Friday they sent him the following wire collect We knew that you left here for Denver but have heard nothing fur ther about you or your movements Have you arrived at Denver What have you done to the newspapermen or is it that you have not done anything out there this time The papers have not noted your arrival and we have become uneasy for fear you did not get to Denver at all In point of fact Gen Haley was very much at Denver and was in the game from the time he arrived unti- the whole thing was settled and Bryan was nominated It is even said that Gen Haley had the nexttothehand somest rooms of any of the Kentucky delegation J C C Mayo having the most expensive and luxurious quarters It is not in the cards for Gen Haley to go to a Democratic conven tion and not have something to do with what is going on Much is read now in the papers about Ollie James the bg Congress man from the First Kentucky district and Mr James was one of the con spicuous figures at the Denver con vention Mr James s an ardent ad mirer of William Jennings Bryan In fact he is the original Bryan main n Kentucky and he was in his ele ment at Denver Apropos of this there might be told an incident oi Bryans trip to Kentucky to aid Judge S W Hager and the Democratic ticket last fall which has never been print ed At Murray where Bryan spoke on the night of the second days tour through Western Kentucky there was an immense crowd The meeting was held in a tobacco warehouse which was packed some ten thou sand men being inside to hear the Democratic leader To Mr James fell the honor of making nominating speech Mr James accepted the duty with alacrity and pleasure lIe made a splendid speech too It was short but it was filled to the brim with woll worded sentences and beau liful phrases in praise of Bryan Mr James said in telling of whore ho had hoard the voice of Bryan- I have hoard him talk within a stonos throw of Buckingham pal aceTho speech was woll received and SEVENTH COUNT IN PIANO CONT- EST4TMCLURES n Miss Edn Marshall 29945 Miss Lilian iliuDallb 24598 Miss Margarelta Gaines 24072 Baptist Sunday School tr = 18336 City School i 6462 Miss Henrietta Eales 4016 B PO Elks 3676 S Mrs Ottie Scottt 2883fMiss Della Bonnell 2267 Miss Virginia Hoge 1 1680f 15781GountryMiss Louisa Thomas 1096 Miss Rose Sutterlin 1157 Miss Irena Johnson 550 i A coupon with every 5 c asb purchase and every payment J on account Ask for coupons and vote for your favoritetlFinal count Monday Votes must all be in Monday July 20itIR K McCLURE FS SONS A I it 1111 James was proud of it When the party went back to the Bryan car that night Gov Beckham said to Mr James Look here Ollie that was a dandy good speech you made tonight but why on earth did you drag In the 1Buckingham theatre Mr James gave a snort of disgustI at what he termed Gov norance and explained that he had meant the palace where the king of England lived Well that may be all right and we may know what you want said Gov Beckham but Ill bet that the crowd thought you were talking about John Whallen and the Buckingham theatre On that same trip they worried Mr James nearly to death by telling him each time the train made an extra stop that the time was to be taken off of Marions time Marion is the home of Mr James and he had arranged to have Bryan there to be Introduced to Mr James home people by Mr James The time allotted to Marion was thirty minutes and it was arranged that Mr Bryan should speak that long The train made several stops where crowds were found and each time Mr James would fume Finally Mr James was told that there would be only five minutes for Marion and he started through the car like a whirlwind roar ing and storming to find Jim Newman who was managing the train Mr James denounced everybody and swore that it was the worst managed train in the history of the country Finally lie found Mr Newman and was told that ten minutes had been added to Marion Then Mr James de died that everything and everybody was all right He made no kicks dur ing the remainder of tho trip Frankforts Country Club is the life buoy for society this summer and without it things would bo very dull with it Frankfort is livelier and gayer than any city in the State be ing somothing like a summer resort Time club is ono of tho most attrac tive places In the State and for balls Is an ideal place Those who dance enjoy one of the best floors that can be found Those who dont dance can find something else to amuse them and the club is an institution which furnishes amusement for everybody The golf links are in excellent condi tion the tennis courts are fine and If one does not care for these things one can find a cool shady porch with plenty of comfortable chairs and beau tiful scenery and an ideal place to spend the evening or day for that matter The knockers some of whom are members of the club and most of whom are not have been at work on the club extensively but have failed to affect its growth or popularity Those who are not members knock be cause they are not members Those who are members knock because they wont enjoy anything or Just because they are knockers Frankfort would be a dull place without the Country Club and it deserves the active support of everybody in Frankfort who cares for any kind of social life o OneThird Of a Vote Decides Nomination JUDGE AMOS DAVIS SELECTED AS DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE IN TENTH DISTRICT With only one tliird of a vote to spare and with his friends apprehen sire of a recapitulation of the vote for fear of a change Judge Amos Davis of Morgan county was nominated as tho Democratic candidate for Congress in tho Tenth Congressional District inIcumbentJudge Davis captured the coveted aftCliawhich lasted from 11 oclock a m until p m with several adjourn ments intervening 0 llveru31Ing about tho dullness of trade or the scarcity of moneyI JrSATURDAY JULY 18 1908 City Men Shoot Better Than Mountain Men Louisville men who are on the State rifle team which will compete In the shooting at Camp Perry 0 are now leading in the practice shooting at the range at Kennebec Station near Frankfort making better scores than any of the others as an average Time men from the city are showing better and tho Louisville sol diers are beating those from Pine vllle Mlddlesboro and other places where marksmen are supposed to thrive Adj Gen P P Johnston said well and give promise of putting old today that the men are shootingt well and give promise of putting old Kentucky near the front rank in the contests at Camp Perrytio Fire Of n sownr M Origin Destroys Barn A fire of unknown origin destroyed a tobacco barn on the farm of Jeff Riner a prominent farmer and to bacco buy r of Pleasurei tile The barn was situated on the farm that I Mr Riner had recently purchased of U Mr George Turner of Eminence Both Riner and Turner had been prominently identified with tobac co trade being well known buyers on the Louisville market The barn contained no tobacco at tho time of the burning but was full of new hay thnt had Just been cut on the Riner place o Presiding Elder Fallsi And Breaks His Arm IThe Rev John R Dcerllllof LOX ington presiding elder of tho Shelby I vlllo conference district of the Mtchurch fell and broke his right an wherVheMr Deeilng was leaving tho house ol one of the church members when lie missed the step in descending front porch and fell to tho ground As Mr Deorlngs arm was shattered by Confodjtwit ItSATURDAY JULY 18 1908 IEVERY DAY LESSONS IN ECONMY1 COME AND SEEII L FARM s F Society k Calendar JULY 18 Golf tournament at the Country Club Saturday afternoon 4JULY 18 Mrs Geo Baker and Mrs W F Dandridge will be the hostesses at the Country Club Saturday afternoon JULY 22AThe ladles of the Christian Church at Choatvllle will entertain with an I fce cream supper for the benefit of the church Wednesday evening The public are Invited RINK OPEN 1COLISEUM Rink on Second St will be open this evening for skating weeki1w will be present to enjoy the evening MORRISONBUCHANAN ENGAGEMENTMr J W Morrison of Lex 1ington announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Gladys Morrison to Mr J C Buchanan The marriage be solemnized during the early jitfallat the residence of the parents of bride elect on north Broadway in Lexington daughterir of Mr and Mrs J W Morrison and is one of Lexingtons most beautiful girls unusually charming and attract Ivq and Is beloved by all who know her She has a host of friends In Frankfort where she made her home for several years Her father Mr J W Morrison being the manager of I the J E M Milling Company on Ann cstreetBuchanan is a prominent young business man and has a host of de- votedI friends in Lexington 11CELEBRATES TWELFTH Bowling Green Messenger had the following note in Its social I columns which will be of Interest hereto the many friends of Mr and Mrs At the School of Savings THIS SALE PAYS YOU DIVIDEND A 2500 Suit for150Y- ou save 1000 A 500 Skirt for 3 You save 200 A 150 Waist for100Y- ou save 50c 25c Lawns fOl15cY-ou save lOc Sam D Hines who formerly made Frankfort their home Master Underwood Hines the bright young son of Mr and Mrs S D Hines celebrated his twelfth birthday Fri day evening at the home of his grand parents Judge and Mrs J D Hines A number of his young friends spent the evening with him and had a fine time INFORMAL DINNER FOR Thursdays Courier Tournal has the following social note which will be of Interest to the many friends of Miss Elise Dandridges recent guest Miss Nana Davenport of San Anto nla Texas Miss Nana Davenport of San Anto nin Texas has returned from Frank fort where she was the guest of Miss Elise Dandridge for a week to re sume her visit to Misses Lida and Lucy McClarty Miss Davenport was the guest of honor at an informal dinner given last evening by her host esses Those present were Misses Nana Davenport Genevieve Dumesnll Elizabeth Jefferson Lucy Werne of Norfolk Va Messrs Ray Richardson Merlweath er Baird Sam Stone Bush Walke- Ilancock Borrest Moss Raymond Em PARTY Miss Judith Bright entertained dar ing the week with a delightful house party at her beautiful country home In Henry county near Eminence Among Miss Brlghts guests were Miss Helen ORear of this city Miss Wllna McKee of San Antonia Texas Miss Beverly Smith of Lexington land compliment to her guests Miss entertained with a pretty lawn spacisousnumber of young ladles were present to meet Miss Brights attractive guests and the afternoon was pleas antly spent GIRLSIEXTE who is the i Dress Goods We have already received some of our fall dress goods We are going to give them a good start by mak ing low prices on them 125 Wool Tnfftns only 9Se 75c all Wool Batiste only 4Sc G5c all Wool Cheviots only 48c G5c all Wool Serges only 48c There are still other bargains Impossible to enumer ate all here A call will convince y- ouFJHEENEYr f 1 J guest of Mss Mary Hughes at her beautiful country home In Warren cointy and Miss Rachel Steele who Is spending the summer with Mr and Mrs Robert Rhodes Jr in Bowling Green have been extensively enter tamed during their visit During the week they were entertained on Monday afternoon by Capt Webb with a delightful lawn party at his beautiful grove near the city Monday evening Miss Mary Lee Smith gave a dinner party in their honor Tuesday even ing Miss Mary Hughes entertained for them at her handsome suburban Vome Wednesday evening Mr and PIS Robert Rhodes Jr entertained with a delightful course dinner In andMMissdelightfulIrlcepUon BRIDGE PARTY FOR MRS BRIGGS Mrs Jno W Rodman entertained Tuesday afternoon with a delightful bridge party In compliment to Mrs Guy H Brlggs who Is spending th summer with her father Mr Josep Scott at Lexington and Is at presen the guest of Mrs Fanny Taylor Saffell The house was beautiful In Its decors tions of sweet peas and potted plants Following the game a delicious lunch eon was served the following guests TiIda Quentell Miss Irene Qulntell Mrs Wm F Grayot Mrs W F Dandridge Mrs Tom Hall Miss Jennie Robb Miss Rebecca Johnson Mrs Lawrence Clcud and Mrs A C VanWlnkle MARRIED LADIES EUCHRE CLUB Mrs Ben Marshall charmingly en tertained the Married Ladles guchre Club Tuesday afternoon at her sum mer home on Elkhorn Small tables attractively decorated with sweet pease were placed about the beautiful room where the game was played after which the club members ad journed to the dining hall where an elegant course dinner was sevel The afternoon was one of the most thor oughly enjoyed of the many meetings of the club during the year The first prize was won by Mrs C E Collins the second by Mrs J P Noonan and the third by Mrs R W Dehoney Mrs Clem Benninger received the consola Lon prize and the booby went to firs- T J Brislan MARKSSMITH The engageent of Miss Elizabeth Marks to Mr Hallton R Marks Is announced The wedding will take place at the brides hoe on September 19 Miss Marks is the youngest daughte of the late N M Marks of Woodford county and Is a very pretty and charming young lady Mr Smith Is freightragent of the Louisville Atlantic Railroad Company and Is one of the most popular railroad men in the State GAINESSTORY ANNOUNCEMENT CARDS Friends here were the recipients during the week of the following handsomely engraved announcement cards Mr and Mrs L P Griffin announce the marriage of their daughter Mrs Lilllam Griffin Gaines to Rev Granvllle T Storey on Thursday the ninth of July lone thousand nine hundred and eight Warsaw Kentucky- At Home after August first Houston Texas Mrs Storey Is the widow of the lat Mr W Anderson Gaines of Frank fort and has many relatives and a host of friends here who will offer contragulationsThe is a popular an cultivated Presbyterian minister of Houston Texas and very prominent In his denomination throughout the South Mrs Jas Lyle and Miss Nancy Lyle of Winchester spent the week here as the guests of relatives Mrs C P Chenault spent the week In Mt Sterling as the guest of re latives Mrs R S DInkle has returned t her home In Catlettsburg after weeks visit among friends here Misses Pearl and Lula Stypes Louisville spent the week here the guests of relatives Mr and Mrs M E Gordon have re turned from Louisville where they made a brief stay with relatives Mr Mason B Barret of Louisville spout the wools end hero the guest of his mother Mrs YoF Barret Miss Virginia Terhune of Harrods burg came during the week and will make her homo with her aunt Mrs Frank P James Mrs Hugh N Kellogg of Louisville is spending tho summer with hor parents Judge mud Mrs W Sattlo GreonIi of St Louis nml nllwe Miss Virginia Greenhow of Ann Harbor Mich came Wednesday for a visit with Mrs Virginia Duvall and family Miss Mary Lee varren has returned to her home In Louisville after pleasant visit of several weeks with Gov A E WJllson and n Wilson Mr and Mrs W W Tucker of Stuiigeon Mo came Tuesday for a visit with her sister Mrs Wlelye Dall ey on north St Clair street Miss Martha Kelley of Hopklnsvllle spent the week here us the guest of Mr R K McClure and family on ton secte- lson A Alloy of Little Rock JWIsas came Monday for a visit with his sister Mrs Jake Harper at- the Forks of Elkhorn Mss Beatrice and Latlmler Harreld of Louisville came Sunday To hpend the remainder of the summer with their aunt Mrs Geo B Salender Mrs G R Snyder of Louisville visitdMrs Stapleton Johnsons Miss Gladys Bullock has returned to ofhCuntMr and Mrs Geo F Berry Mrs Cornelia Bush and Miss Cornelia Gor don left Tuesday morning for Canada where they will spend tile remainder in of the summer on Georgian Bay Mss Margaret Quinn stenographer- at the F C Ry office who has been making her home with her sister Mrs jG Goodwin on Third street will spend the remainder of the summer with her mother near Jett station making use of the Interurban lineI and evening miningCharles C Lewis Miss Cecil Mr Lindsay Lewis of Owensboro Mr and Mrs Malcolm Thompson of Lexington Mr and Mrs ster Witherspoon of Woodford county Mrs Henry Halley of Paynes epot Mr Jas E Henton of Wood ord county and Mr A E Henton of Versailles were her Thursday to at tend the funeral of Miss Mary P Lewis Mr John D Feeney Tr c iief clerk in the general offices of the Denver Uo Grande railroad at Salt Lake City a rived Wednesday on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs J D Feeney at Lexington and his sister Mrs Jno loran of this county Mr Feeney will return in about ten days but will leave his wife In Kentucky to spend the summer with relatives Miss Clara Annetta Nelson leaves today for a visit with relatives and friends in Louisville Mr and Mrs Huston Wood and daughter Miss Louise Wood attendedI the funeral of Mrs Sallie 11Irsy Mrs J M Wakefield and Mrs N h McDanlel left Wednesday for Irvine where IIIrs11lrson Master Charles Elmer Vreeland returned Thursday evening from Cln clnnatl where they spent several ItlIssesHarrodsburgtof 11Irsgoes to join her husband Midshipman Jno T ORear who is stationed there Misses Annie Brown and Pattie Thomas have returned from Versailles when they were the guests of Mrs Henry Brown Judge C E Booe returned Monday from Denver Colorado where he attended the Democratic National Cone ventlonIMisses Nunn and Bess Goodwin left Wednesday morning for St Louis the former to spend her summer vacation Mrdrennin permanently Mrs Lucy B Thornton of Versailles spent the week her as the guest of Mrs Fanny G Thompson Mrs Warner E Settle and daughter Miss Francis are spending the sum mer with her parents Juilge and Mrs Robert Rhodes in Bowling Green Mrs Saml Mh Whitehead has con eluded a visit with her mother Mrs H C Howell In Mt Sterling and o now with Mrs Waller B George- a The Musses Bales are entertaining their cousin Miss Martha Wyatt of Mainofand Mrs Jno R Sower and children are at Olympia Springs for a two weeks vacation Miss Angelina Chestnut has returned to her home In Danville after a visit with Miss Elise Dandrldge Mr and Mrs A E Heller and son Master JuIce left Monday for Berlin Canada whore they will remain until September with relatives Mrs Goo B Caywood and daughter spent the week In Paris as the guest of relatives Mrs J B Lewis of Versailles was horn Thursday to attend the funeral of her cousin Miss Mary P Lewis Miss Addle Phillips spout the week IMRT 4YARMAIMexRnM ml j WEITZELSSummer Our Big Cut Sale is going on full blast Heres a few big bargains 500 yds LW1f lIffth10ctnd 15c 4tft to jfwd 2000 yds best brand Calicos new style only 5c yard Great reductions in Silk and Wool Dress Goods 10 dozen White Shirt Waists wrth 150 reduced to 98c1J50 Dress Skirts worth and 7 reduced to 298 Bargains Dont Stay They Go Fast IIThese Come Today Versailles as the guest of Misses Mary Dozier and Vera Adams Mrs S W Hager has returned from Lexington where she spent sev ral days with her sister Mrs C J NorwoodMr Mrs W H Kidd and chllj Iron Miss Elise and Master Wilmot i Kidd left Thursday for Oil prlngs where they will spend a few reeks Mrs Ralph R Wilson and children cturned Thursday from Falmouth vhere they spent a week with their datives Miss Fanny Gray spent several days- n Louisville during the week as the nest of Miss Mae McGlasson Miss Mary Wilson of Falmouth came Thursday for a visit with Mr Ralph R Wilson and family on Shelby street Mrs Emma M Taylor spent the week In Louisville the guest of her brother Mr Wm J Mandlehr and Anna K VanDerveer left on Thursday for Lexington where she will be the guest of her son Mr R VanDerveer and family Mrs J L Wasson and son Master Shlpman spent the week In Versailles the guests of Mr D C Kerr and faml lr Miss Lucy B Rodman left Thursday- for Louisville where she will be the of Dr and Mrs Hugh N Lea ell Miss Nel Kennedy left Thursday for Louisville where she will spend n tenI s vacation with hiss Marie Lar Mr and Mrs R A VanDerveer of Lexington returned home Thursday evening after a little visit with rela here Mrs James T Larkin of Louisville spent several days during the early part of the week with her motherMrs Elizabeth Mrs LarkinIl1ss Aline Donley left Thursday forI Crescent Hill to spend a week Mr Wm J Mandlehr and family Mrs Mary Hensley of Annapolis lid who Is spending the summer with her son Rev Alex Hensley In Versailles came yesterday to spend a week with her sister Mrs L Labrot Mrs J A Sullivan left yesterday afternoon for Louisville where she will remain until the first of August BINflwmanington where she will make her ture homeiWood attended the funeral of their cousin Mrs Sallie at Versall les on WednesdaIMr and Mrs J F Notler and daugh ter Miss Lucile Notler spent the week In Georgetown the guests of Mrs Louis Gelb Miss Eleanor Fleming of Louisville came Monday for a visit with Misses Anna Belle and Elizabeth Hunt Chinn Miss Margaret A Lewis of Boise uiaho who has been the guest of Mrs Jno N Crutcher Is now with her mother Mrs J B Lewis In Versailles Mrs David Vaughan has returned from Catlettsburg where she spent several weeks as the guest of relatives Mrs Jennie C Morton has from Shelbyvllle where she spent th week with her cousin Mrs J F BalleIMiss Mnttlo Petty spent the week In Covlngton as the guest of Miss Luclle Iiiffinnn Miss Hazel ORear is the guest of Mss Mary McClure Fogg at her coun try home on Lulboguml road near Mt Sterling Mr anti Mrs James Hooney are on tortnlnlng their niece Miss Margaret A Morrison of Memphis Tenn at thou home on Shelby street PAGE FIVI NNNNNNNN ++++ L iNNNNNNNN Religious ASCEN SION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn the reo tor will conduct the services 11 a m Morning Prayer and Seri mon 7 730 p m Evening Prayer 930 a m Sundayschool la thv chapelWednesday evening prayer at 730 p public generally Invited to air tend- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ReT M B Adams pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 in the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught y the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will leet at 630 p Prayermeeting JatCHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson the pastor will preach 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m In ajchapelChristian Endeavor Society will I meet in the chapel at 645 p mIIPrayermeeting on Wednesday even Ing at 730 oclock In the chapel iEverybody Invited CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct services as follows Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 n m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers and prayer at 730 p m First Presbyterian J R Zelglor SundayinsOOSundaySchool In the Lec ture Room 1100 Morning worship with sermon by the pastor There will be no evening service la this church The pastor will preach at 730 p ra at the Leestown Chapel You will be welcome at each ofythese services METHODIST CHURCHRev J 8 Sims the pastor will preach at 11 mI93U a m will meet at 641 p m PrayerMeeting on Wednesday teT9u ing at 730 p m Everybody condially Invited to attend these services- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Orowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m ancSI730 p Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Everybody Invited I1Irs W H Posey and Miss Mollio err man were In Versailles during brothereman Ifirs Thos H Paynter has returned from Louisville where she has been tbo guest of her daughter Mrs Mor ton K Yonts o seas bound for Rotterdam Ho sailed from Now York on the Rymlain on Thursday morning and will spend six weeks in Europe Mr Weitzel Is tanking his first trip over offal said ho intends to keep his eyes on the stars Instead of the sea on his way loverIf ho could PAGE SIX AFTER ERNST Newport and Covington Republicans At War ANNOUNCE THEY WILL GET THE SCALP OF FORMER NATION AL COMMITTEEMAN The defeat of Richard P Ernst for eraNationaltucky at the Wlonal fl publican Con Volition was seemingly the beginning of his troubles or the beginning of the end of him as a point facjpr State politics The war against him Was again renewed in the meeting of the Republican State Central Cc mittee in Louisville this week This time the move was made by H W Reusch of Campbell county and J T Earle of Kenton countly who petI- tioned the State Central Committee set aside the county committees see lected by the rival factions In the two counties on April 25 and order a new election of committeemen in the two CountiesMr was greatly angered when the petition with the resolution was presented to the committee He de clared that It was the work of his enemies and that whoever gave utterance to the assertions In the res elu tlons uttered a falsehood Mr Ernst showed considerable feeling In the r talkingri H W Reusch Is a member qf the Board of Alderman of Newport and Earle Is Mayor of Latonia and are recognized as the leaders of faction in Kenton and Campbell jlthey opposed to the Ernst faction said that they were not only go push the matter of reorganiza of the committees In the t counties but they were going after Mr Ernsts scalp as State Central I Committeeman They claim they were treated unfairly at the State Convene tion being run over by the committee on credentials When the district convention split the antiErnst dele gates elected H W Reusch as a memo her of the State Central Committee He was not recognized by the State Convention but he did not see fit to appeal to the State Central Committee then o Indiana WelcomesKern Cheers VICEPRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE GETS WARM WELCOME IN INDIANAPOLIS The reception given John W Kei the newly nominated Democratic can didate for Vice President of the United States held in the court house yard at Indianapolis Wednesday night as as hearty and generous and spontaneous as the citizens of Indiapapolis regardless of politics could make It Fully 5000 people gathered in Dela housejand cheered him enthusiasflcally The l newlymade candidate addressed the big crowd for about twenty minutes after being presented by Charles W Fairbanks Vice President of the United States Four years ago M r Kern presented Mr Fairbanks to a big nonpartisan gathering under similar circumstancesThe which received Mr Kern was In a cheering mood It cheered Mrs Kern and William Kern and John W Kern Jr when they came on the stand Republicans applauded as loud 1y as Democrats o McGrearyj Sees Success Af Poll Senator McCreary who was here to attend a meeting of the Goebel Monu ment Commission is enthusiasts about the ticket named by the Democrats at Denver and says that he be lleves they are certain to be elected He regards the ticket as the strongest that could have been named and the platform as the most satisfactory Which the Democrats have had for the is last twenty years Senator McCreary said that his voice would be heard on and the stump this fall as usual as he had not missed a campaign since he has entered politics He will make a number of speeches during the cam his paign and will enter into a discussion of what he says are the three import ant questions of the daythe triff junction of and railroad rate legislation t Frankfort CitizensI OBJECT TO HIS BEING SUPER SEDED BY ANOTHER CAR SUPERINTENDENT Rumors are current that John D Sallee will not be retained as superin tendent of the street car service here It Is said that Mr Sallee Is to be superseded Frankfort people Iiener ally n th this rumor Is nm well founded and that the company will retain Mr Sallee who has given this city the only semblance of street car service It has ever had When Mr Sallee came here to take charge he found practically no service on them street cars The cars were run any old time and at very infrequent inter vals Mr Sallee established a sched ule which gives passengers a car on every line in the city every fortyfive Frankefort every fifteen minutes This schedule Is maintained and Frankfort people are riding the street cars very much more than they ever did before to the enrichment of the companys coffers Mr Sallee has done the best that could be done with the equipment he has had at his service and he has made many friends here They are making every effort to have him retained It Is understood that Mr Sallee wants more money and he should have It his friends arfd Frank fort people generally think Mr Sal lee Is a hard worker and on last Sun day afternoon even took charge of a car himself and acted as motorman for a short time to help tile service o Historic Stones Will Be Sold Cheaply OLD STEPS TO BE REMOVED tvoFROM PRESENT CAPITOL NEW CONCRETE Stones which have been worn by the feet of Kentuckians and on which have stood all the great men of Ken tucky for the last seventy years are to be sold or crushed and used In concrete The stones have done duty for seventy years as steps for the old capitol but they have been gradually crumbling away and are to be re placed by concrete The stones have been sold to the contractor who will put down the concrete and he is fering them for sale as souvenirs which will be useful for street paving or for stepping blocks It has been decided to Improve the old capitol and replace the present steps which are falling away with concrete The work Is to be done right away and wile it Is finished the old State House vi look very much better o rier Threshing Machineth Blown To Pieces to FARMER WHO SOLD TOBACCO and OUTSIDE POOL OBJECT OFth ATTACK Word has been received from the upper part of Campbell county that a threshing machine belonging to Geo tion LInderman a farmer living near the Pendleton county line was blown to pieces some time last Saturday night Blasting powder was used anti the work If believed to have been that of a gang of night riders Some time ago LInderman received a notice from the riders warning him not to sell his la t years crop of tobacco but hehdid not take the warning and soul the tobacco which is bethe thelieved to have been the cause of the destruction of the machineWThe machine was set to thresh th wheat on the farm of James Marcus near Wesley Chapel The loss is I1ie shall SUBBY LEAVES USsusMr James A Sullivan and wife left by Wednesday for Lexington where Mrcos Sullivan has accepted a position as hal general manager of the East Tennes of see Telephone Co at that place hoops Subby as he is favorably known has been manager of the East Ten nessee Telephone Companys office ficial here for the past nineteen years and known and loved by every man null woman and child in Franklin county while we are sorry to see him has leave we are glad to know that he and received a deserved promotion Any time old Subby gets weary of new home he can return to his first love where he will find all the alive latchstrings hanging on the outside it Is the doors and a warm welcome your waiting for him r 1 THE PANIC IS OVER Caditions were Dr better nor will t11llRlJ be as good in tJ pnext ten years for Economical Building Why FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTHir FIFTH SIXTH SEVENTH J 6 II CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION- n An examination for clerk and car will be held at the postofllce In city on August 5 1908 Age limits 18 to 45 years on the date of the examination Unmarried women will be admitted the examination but are eligible for appointment only as clerk Applicants must be physically sound male applicants must be not less 5 feet 4 inches in height without boots or shoes and weigh not less than 125 pounds without overcoat or hatFor application blanks and for full Information relative to the examine duties salaries vacations promotions etc address Immediately J M WILLIAMS Secretary Board of Civil Service Examiners Postofllce Frankfort Ky o WHAT ABOUT THIS Ttdispatch from Atlanta Ga says promises to be a lively time In Georgia Assembly this week when bill Introduced by Mr Glenn relating to the wiles r measure on which a favorable has been ordered provides that woman whether maid or widow betray into matrimony any un pecting male subject of this State scents paints powder perfumes waters artificial teeth falser Spanish wool or any other kind wool Iron stays corsets pads high heel shoes low cut waists lingerie lace varlgated drop stitch or rainbow hosiery or by any other arti means or artificial practices the marriage upon a conviction shall be and void Mr Glenn the author of the bill been at a summer resort recently says the bill Is needed otFoleys Orlno Laxative the new lax stimulates but does not Irritate the best laxative Guaranteed or money back For sale by all druggists SATURDAY Because building material is now than it wHIIbe in sixty days for prices are certain to advance Because labor is willing to give value received for its wages willingtoabundantceed without delay Because in this great country of ours it is foolish tofthink that business will remain in its present condition appliedtoBecause we at this time a stock of ma terial and excellent force of workmen competent super apparatusforBecause we have an up to date plainingmill which equippedfirms I CAPITAL LUMBER AND MANUFACTURING CO INCORPORATED 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Incorporated Frankfort Printing Company PUBLISHERSFRANKFORT KENTUCKY If 1 I SATURDAY JULY 18 1908 Diamond Dwri By TilE FAN V Bluegrass League Standing W L Per rt 24 11 685 ul 2114631 470nllle 15 17 469 wrenceburg 13 16 448 inchester X1025 285 0Schedule for Next Week- SundayLawrenceburg at Frankfort TuesdayFrankfort at Shelbyvllle Frankfort at Lawrence 4burgiWThursdayLexington at Frankfort at Lexington Sunday Richmond at Frankfort h MondayRichmond at Frankfort 0- Ii Frankfort lost the game to Lexing ton Thursday by a score of 4 to 1 Cornell was in the box for the Law makers and pitched great ball but was not given the support he deserved by his team mates McCormick was on the slab for the Ponies and proved to be the right man in the right place A big bunch of rooters went up to see the game from here and were some what surprised at the outcome o IInby far the best game played in the Bluegrass League this season the Lawmakers defeated the Richmond Pioneers on their home grounds Wed nesday afternoon by a score of 1 to 0 nasty Wright was on the slab for our boys and pitched the game of his t life allowing only four scratch hits IAdams a new recruit was on the fir for the Pioneers and did him self credit About sixtyfive of our lo cal fans went along with the Law 1makers and their rooting helped tot win tf3 game to a certain extent lison and Chapman certainly played big league ball and received much ap plause from the large crowd fiTheMillers took 0 the Thoroughbreds at Shelbyvllle Wednesday by a score of 5 to 1 0T- here are some knockers who have been claiming that ftie Mayor of Hatton was a dead one but they I will be forced to change their little tune now after Rastys brilliant per 1formance at Richmond Wednesday 0 jItis reported on good authority that a certain young lady in Frankfort has promised her hand to one of our Law makers provided however that wo win the pennant this year The welding It Is said will take place a few days after the season closes It Is needless to say that this young man Is playing the game of his life and some of his team mates say that he remains awake at nights planning how ho will defeat our opponents If we should lose the pennant it is a 100 to shot that we will be compelled to fish this ball player from the bottom 1ofthe Kentucky river us he will never stand to lose both the pennant and a life companion at the same time We wish every member of the team had entered Into the same contract at the first of the season as we are confident they would have played better ball o The Lawmakers were defeated here Sunday by the Pioneers of Richmond by a score of 4 to 3 It Is claimed by many of the local fans that Umpire Woods robbed us of the game by a raw decision calling a foul ball fair thereby allowing two tallies His umps says that he was honest In his opinion and believed that the ball was fair Cornell was on the slab for the local team and he pitched superb ball from beginning to end The rest of the 1Iawnlnkers did not do as well as they generally do 0In perhaps the poorest game of base ball ever played in this section of the State the Millers defeated the om team at Shelby vlllo Monday after noon by a score of 16 to 11 The man agers of the Lawmakers used very poor Judgment by removing Weldon hi the first Inning after ho lead walked two nun tine it is the general opinion of tho local fans who attended the game that had he been allowed to re main in the game wo would have de feated tho Millers with ease Tile Law make ra hud the game wnn up to the seventh inning the score being 11 to in r Tutor but the Millers began to Innd on the bull and what they did to our buys tins a caution making 10 tallies in this ono inning Tho game reminded some bf the older fans that wore present of the days when town hall was played out on the commons when to 11 scores vitro mndo on a sldo 0The Lawmakers need badly a good coacher that understands his job and 4should use every moans to obtain a ono This IP one of the moss impoi cut iiostions on the team as many gait e won by having a good coajj or on the line o The new system of umpiring was augurated here last Sunday and withI the exception of one decision his umps was there with the goods and gave universal satisfaction We be lieve Mr Woods Is conscientious In his rulings and if he makes mistakes ho does not do It intentionally He says all players look alike to nlmwhen he dons his rigging and goes upon the diamond and he will continue to give every one the best he has In the shop bit will play no favortteswith any club This new system will be a big help to the Lawmakers when they play outoftown games as the umps heretofore have been handing us a great big lemon In some of the places R ill a fair and impartial umpire we believe the Lawmakers can and will win two out of every three games we play away from home a 0Some of the local fans have been clamng that Kennedys boys would have to tent Shelbyville In order to win the pennant We cant agree with them Unless the Millers get some new material at an early date they will drop down towards the tall end Instead of going up the ladder The Richmond bunch is the one that looks dangeious to us but if We can only keep our present aggregation together we are confident of winning the covet ed prize by a handsome margin Q- Tho Dlstilers will be here Sunday and from the dope thats going the round they come prepared to put up u mnppy game They have added some surprises for the local fans Their little talk dont scare our pennant vlnnerb at all 0Patrick J Lanphear of this city has In his possession some curious and in teresting relics of bygone lays in tho shape of a score card of the old Blue guns base ball club of this city civ ing the lineup and score of a game playpf over forty years ago and aso a railroad ticket used by him when he Wlt to the Centennial Exposition at Philadelphia In 1876 says the exlng ton Leader Such relics are rare as vary few people think of preserving them and Col Lanphear prizes them highly bringing back as they do vivid recollections of the past In looking over the lineup of players it will be noted that ninny of them have been called out by the grim Umpire nnd that very few are left to make a home run Col hnnphear has allowed the Lead er to make a copy of the report of the game as published at that time together with the lineup and official score which is verbatim ns follows BaseballThe members of the tilt forent base ball clubs were out Friday evening for field exercises also the newly organized cricket club which numbers among its members some of our best end most worthy citizens Ther following are the scores made by the first and second nines of the Bluegrass Base Ball ClubaFirst nine A RpA H Adam pitcher 2 Vm Bright catcher 2 7 Clarence Barnes 1st base 6 George Gist 2d base 2 9 Thornt Hamilton 3d base 4 7 Col Dick Craig right field 3 8 Pat Laiiphoar short stop 5 7 Logan Hooker 3 7 Total 57 Seccnd nine O R John G Allen Jr pitcher 7 2 R Frnry catcher 4 5 Joe Shaw 1st base 0 8 H K MilwJird 2d base 2 7 1 C Gooclloe 3d base 4 4 A Mulllns short stop 2 4 R P Bosworth right field 3 4 J P Shaw center field 2 harry Swift left field 2 5 Total 45 A careful survey of the list of players discloses that twelve out of the seventeen are now dead the only sur vivors of the game remaining being George Gist Patrick Lanphear Lo gan Hooker Green Clay Goodloo and J P Shaw Attached to the score card is tho following note from Green Clay Good loe who now resides in Washington My Dear Pat I hope you will en joy rereading an account of a cole brated game of baseball played in or 67 and that it will remind you of those old halcyon days gone by when wo wore boys together o Wo print anything and we print everything right SUOOENOEATH Comes To Prominent Wood ford County Man THOMAS M FIELD EXPIRES AT HOME OF DAUGHTERMEM- BER OF LEGISLATURE The Hon Thomas M Field one of the oldest and most widely known citizens of Woodford county and formerly a member of the Legislature from that county died Sunday even ing at the residence of his daughter Mrs Alexander Dunlap 308 North Mill street in Lexington Mr Field had been In bad health from the weakness incident to treme age for about six months anti recently went to Lexington from his home In Woodford In the hope that the change would be beneficial He hall apparently been as well ns usual but about 730 oclock In the evening he suddenly expired while sitting on the porch conversing with members of his family There was no premonitory Indication of the approach of death he sink- Ing back in his chair with so natural semblance of slumber that was a first thought he had only fallen asleep It was soon seen however that death had come in this gentle guise Mr Field was born at Airy Mount the old Field homestead in Wooflford county November 11 1825 tinu with the exception of about twelve years spent In Missouri had lived all of his life in Woodford where he engaged in farming and the raising and development of horses and other fine live stockIn 1894 he was elected as the mem ber of the Legislature from Woodford county without opposition being the only man in many years who had re ceived this honor in Woodford without being opposed either in Iris own party for the Democratic nomination or by the Republicans at the regular elec tionAs this was In a sense a hereditary honor the father and older brother having successively been the Representatives in the Legislature from Woodford before him It was the only political position he prized or sought o Want otTayloro own DEMOCRATS URGING HIM TO AN NOUNCE FOR LEGISLATURE NO OPPOSITION Democrats of all factions In Frank Tayforture as the representative of this county and an organized effort will be made to get him to announce Franklin county will be Interested- In ninny of the Important appropria dons that will be made by the next General Assembly and the citizens properlylooksides such appropriations as may equired for the new capitol and the State institutions located here it to establish a normal school nd an appropriation sufficient for Its roper maintenance is desired In casting about many of the lead Ing Democrats here have agreed that no man could better fill the bin than Col Taylor and while he retired from politics several years ago it Is believed that If a united party urges on him the necessity of his presence h the lawmaking body he will give consent to run Cot Taylor was member of the last Constitutional Convention was recently a member o the State Senate null leas been promt inently Identified with Democratic politics for many years In addition he Is known to every man woman an child in the county and enjoys n wide popularity all over the State o Two Fines Imposed For Tilting The Lid Tilting the lid on Sunday July 5 and last Sunday caused the Frankfort Hotel Company and Charles W Brim or to bo fined 10 and costs in tho police court yesterday afternoon after they had confessed that they had been guilty of violating tho Sunday saloon closing law The summons to appear before the police court on the Frank fort Hotel Company was served on E M Wallace who confessed anti paid the flora amounting to 1580 o Pleasing particular people in print- Ing la one of our specialties J 4411 GOOD CROPS Contribute To Strength Of The Stock MarketI GOVERNMENT REPORTS SHOW T BUS ER YIELD OF RN IN NATIONI Henry Clews In his weekly financial letter says The three most Important Influences contributing to strengthen the stock market this week were a good crop report the dissipation of political un certainty and an easy money market Added to these developments were signs of business Improvement and quartersIwas forthcoming in the form of favorable I crop reports The July Government estimates Indicated bushels of corn which 000000 bushels more 2726000000r and has been exceeded that by the bumper crop 000 in 190G The wheat crop Is esti mated at 692790000 bushels or 58 000000 bushels In excess of last year largesttrecor oats is lOWJHHJjOOO a bumper yield and 754000000 bushels a comparIlth to a full grain crop promises to estimates be ing about 13000000 bales iVnd we have already secured a good crop ofIhay The fruit crops too are better than usual There is of course the probability of these estimates being reduced by unfavorable weather July and August are often months of deteri oration and in September there is al ways danger of early frosts to both cotton and corn In the northerly secIIons of the producing States ButI these two leading crops are not so backward as a year ago and with larger acreage and better conditions than isted at this time In 1907 there if ample ground for hopefulness regarding the crop situation Since prices for nearly all agrlculI tural products are high especially corn our farmers are assured of an other prosperous year Cotton andIwheat are cheaper than a year ago but current prices still afford a liberal profit to the grower Nothing more fortunate could happen at this time than a good harvest for nothing could contribute more effectually toward a general revival of business than large and profitable crops The wheat crop will stimulate railroad traffic and the I probability of a good export demand will strengthen our credit abroad Corn is a product that will be turned largely Into pork and beef also giv- Ing a big tonnage to the railroads nail tending ere long to lower the present high anti burdensome prices for meat products Surely the coun try Is justified In taking on a spirit of hopeflness as long as nature con times as a special partner o President Roosevelt Coming To Kentucky OFILINCOLN FARM IN LARUE COUNTY The dedication of the Lincoln farm FebruaryImeeting of the Board of Trade Wednesday says the CourierJournal The- occasion will doubtless be a notable KentuckyL thermany of his cabinet officers anti people prominent in both official and private waylLame county Ky The Lincoln Farm Association which has Its head qual ters In New York has already done a great deal toward Improving the condition of the roads which lead to the historic birthplace of Lincoln o Capital Taft Club Will See Big MHO The Capital Taft Club and many of the State officials will go to Clncln matt on July 28 when William II Taft will bo notified formally of Ms nom nation by tho Republican party as its candidate for President of the United States It Is expected that about fifty men from Frankfort will go to Cin cinnati on that date to see and hear the ceremonies anti got in early for tho scramble for pull t PAGE NJSEV Colieum ink Open I Tonight For Jkating OLD TAYLOR DISTILLERY 4 THE HOME OF OLD TAYLOR A BEVERAGE WHISKEY QF TOPMOST GLASS BOTTLED IN BOND Age Proof Genuineness and Measure Are of Government Guarantee E H TAYLOR JR SONS DISTILLERS Incorporated FRANKFORT J INSURE YOUR LIFE With The Bll in M n Lil Ills Co A 2000 policy at age 35 costs as follows PAYMENTS Cash 18 50 on delivery- Oct 1908 509 Annual Premium 2359 1908 Payment Jan 1909 509 Y Annual Premium Apr 1909 13841i Guarantee Note July 1909 5091i Annual Premium 37861909 Payment Oct 1909 13843i Guarantee Note Jan 1910 509 Annual Premium Apr 1910 1384 14 Guarantee Note 37861910 Payment July 1910 509 4 Annual Premium Oct 1910 1384 4 Guarantee Note After October 1910 you will only have to pay 509 a quarter or 2038 for a 2000 policy The above arrangement shows the semiannual pay ments of the guarantee fund added to the regular quar terly payments of the annual premium for April and October 1909 and April and October 1910 This arrangement applies where note is given for tho guarantee fund but same may be paid in cash The American Experience Mortuary with 31h per cent added is 815 at 35 J S DARNELL District Manager Frankfort Kentucky Rev W Williams Testifies Rev I W Williams Huntington W Va testifies as follows This is to certify that I used Foleys Kidney Remedy for nervous exhaustion and kidney trouble antI am free to say that Foleys Kidney Remedy will do all that your claim for it For sale by all druggists o If a printer treats customers in the wayin which ho would like to bo treat ed if a customer he will never lack popularity I J 1 CiM DRIDhEFORD Wall Paper ai1 Ready Ml1ed Paints Collins lldg Main StreetlHome Phone n i t AGE EIGHT L Dry GoodsCarpets I Annual July Clearance Sale I LiiThiiaran q- rWweekis Sale wlii will cling the coming I the selling event of the season The people of Franklin County appreciate the ruthless price cutting and remembering the bargains of former Clearance Sales are eager to reap the benefits offered here This weeks list of bargains presents moneysaving opportunities on timely goods of the highest grades Do not fall to take advantage of the offerings Prices will not be quoted but come and see for yourself DryGoods WANI JAMES To Be Chairman Of Demo cratic Committee Bryan Said To Favor Ken IY tuckian For ace- CongressmanBig May Ac cept Leadership i DOINGS AT THE FAIRVIEW FARM The visit of Representative Ollle James of Kentucky and John E Lamb of Indiana late In the afternoon gave rise to further gossip regarding the chairmanship of the National Committee says a Fairview Neb dispatch to the Courier Journal Nothing was given out bearing on the business which brought them here but it Is said Mr James came nt the special invitation of Mr Bryan nud that the question of the National Committee chairmanship was discuss ed A prominent Western Democrat who accompanied Mr James from Denver to Lincoln is authority fo the statement that Mr Bryan strongly favors Mr James for National Chair man He added that the appointment had In fact been tendered Mr James Who in all probability will accept although he prefers to take the stum in Mr Bryans behalf William J Bryan does not Intend to be drawn Into the Brownsville cas If he can help it In all his conversa tions with visiting delegations and others he has carefully refrained from talking on that subject and today h put the brand of untruthfulness upon an alleged statement made by Bishop Walters of the Afro Methodist Episco pal Church to the effect that he had assured a negro delegation that he regarded President Roosevelts ac tion In the matter as unjust At the same time he also denied another al leged interview with the bishop In Vrtilch Mr Bryan was said to have discussed the appointment of negroes to office These declarations were called forth by a telegram from the Baltimore Sun Inquiring as to the truth of the state ments said to have emanated from Bishop Walters To the newspapermen at Fairview Mr Bryan said that he had not and would not take up any issue not containel In the plat form Mr Bryan spent a fairly busy day Delegates returning from the Den pilgrimsages to Fairview with their leaders about the coming campaign Mr Bryan Impressed them all with the necessity of organizing clubs and ex erting every effort to poll the full Democratic vote in November He believes that clubs of that character Will contribute very largely to Demo era tic success The visitors all left pledges of hearty support and prow t Ises to get the Democratic voters to f the polls They came from Illinois Alabama Nevada and Texas a A telegram from W H Dunphy off Walla Walla Washington conveying the Information that Eugene Tausick Democrat had triumphed by a good v majority over WP McKean preslr rr hi i Carpets dent of the local Taft Club In the maporalty contest In that city was about the best news of the day to Mr Bryan who regarded It as an augury of what will happen all over the country Among the other callers were Her nan Shulteis of Washington City a labor leader J T Callahan of hut yoke Mass who was chairman of the Committee on Credentials of the convention George J Sternsdorf of Da venport Ia but formerly of Omaha and who conducted Mr Bryans cam paign for a seat In Congress and F E Thomas of Seward Neb a warm supporter of Mr Bryan o PURE DRUGS r V 1I Will Be Required By The Experiment Station PROVISIONS OF NEW LAW WILL BE ENFORCED TO THE LET TER Great preparations are being made at the Kentucky Experiment Station for the vigorous enforcement of the drug clause of the National Pure Food and Drug Act while enacted by like last Congress does not become effective until January 1 1909 The food provision of the law has ofrthe bill but the druggists demanded more time in order it is said that they might dispose of any Impure goods they might have on hand but primarily to give the drug manufac rectifyptheir goods Inspectors who will be authorized theyedesire and seize any drug product they question will be employed The seizures throughout Kentucky will be Staetion to be analyzed In order to de termine their purity The drug dealers are of the opinion that if the authorities enforce the law vigorously it will be an excellent step but If its provisions are not carried out to the very letter dealers who may try to use Impure drugs to com pete with those who adhere to its provisions will have a great advantage gas the difference in price between ab solutely pure and impure drugs Is great according to their many state ments 1Prof 11 A Scovell director of the Kentucky Experiment Station stated yesterday that all other facilities for the analyzing work will soon have been installed You would be sur prised said Prof Scovell If you Jrnew the composition of many drugs pureIaw goes Into effect a New Democratic State 1Committee To Meet Henry R Prewitt chairman of Mt Sterling issued a call for a meeting of the Democratic State Committee to bo held in Louisville Wednesday July 29 at 12 oclock for the purpose of appointing a campaign committee and transacting any other business which may come before that body There two candidates for secretary G G Speer of Lawrenceburg and R G Phillips of Elizabethtown t r FIGHT NOW WON Burley Society Has Only To Stand Firmly LONG STRUGGLE NEARLY ENDED CARD TO GROWERS FROM A s KY Chairman A S Kyle has Issued the following card to the Burley tobacco of the Burley Tobacco Society long and strenuous though it has been Is nearing the end the tired and worn army of Equity pas gained the victory over seemingly almost im possible obstacles Perhaps the great est menace to success and the cause which longest delayed the victory was encountered strange as it may seem among our own Kentucky farmers and others too shortsighted to realize the tremendous sacrifice being made by the tobacco growers and the almost In calculable benefits a victory would bring to Kentucky and Kentuckians When we had the right to expect only words of good cheer and good wishes we were often met by a hidden stab a sneer ora word of ridicule This may have cut to the quick at the fmebut the organized farmer who hag hlyshown to the world his reuvrth andy selfsacrifice in the hour o zavall must yet prove to the w U his strength and magnanimity In tory There is no place In Kentucky Mr the nursing of old hurts The scars of battle were given and received in the past and must be forgotten in a united rejoicing on the defeat of theIgreat Tobacco Trust It has been that Kentuckiana could never get to gether on any proposition and unfor tunately for us our past history gives some grounds for such a statement but with the present victory as an ob ject lesson to all the world what even a partly united citizenship can accom plash it should be the pleasure as it unquestionably Is the duty of everyman woman and child to unite In re joicing over past achievements and a firm determination to profit to the ut most in the future Perhaps it it true that many unwise and harmful things have been done in the heat of battle Perhaps some friendships have been strained and hasty words of criticism or abuse too quickly passed rom side to side but can not we all ovget and cease to quarrel and fight mong ourselves If we but stop a moment and think of the unholy joy at No Broadway New York in tho magnificent offices of the Stand and Oil and American Tobacco at our disagreements and realize that our pain and strife is their gain I feel sure that no consideration of a petty legal right on the one side or a nasty denunciation on the other can for moment prevent our settling our 101 nestle differences In order that we tray present an unbroken front to to common enemy We cannot but look with deep regret upon those of us wl have set their hands to raise this year We sincerely believe they are mistaken and do not realize the farreaching results of the triumph of Equity We do not believe It Is th true Kentucky spirit to desire to profit at a neighbors expense and we feel sure that in each and every case there must be some reason unknown to friends thhi renders this course neces wary in the eyes of the farmer who is growing tobacco We feel the great est thankfulness that these numbers are so small that the final esult is rot endangered but how mucij better it would be if all could enjoy the vic tory For a few who have made themselves busy circulating false ru morn throwing out a sly and double meaning statement here and there calculated to create distrust or injure our cause we have only contempt If our cause could be Injured by such it Is unworthy to live It has suggested itself to me as a remedy for the present division among growers that those who for some reason con sidered good by themselves are de termined to raise tobacco this year and who cannot be induced by argu ment or selfinterest to join us in the cutting out of the crop to pool their 1908 crops with the Burley Society and let all stand on an equal footing Dur lag Ihe long hard struggle now near- Ing Us end with possible failure star ing us In the face the Burley Tobacco Society could not afford to place it self In the position of suppliant When the hour was darkest we were com palled to hear the neverceasing pre diction of failure constantly ringing in our ears to show to the critical world at least a brave and contented front Now this condition Is changed We have won the victory and Its is a vic tory for all the Independent as well as the association member It seems to me entirely fitting that the Burley Tobacco Society should hold out Its arms and if necessary earnestly beg all those who raise to pool their tobacco A G KYLE b tAi ADVANCED RATES Freight For Southern Points Will Cost More AGENTS AGREE TO BOOST AT MEETING IN LOUISVILLE THIS WEEK i An advance in all Class freight rate into the territory of the Southeastern Freight Association and of commodity rates uto the territory of the South eastern Mississippi Valley Association is to be the outcome of the confer ences of executive officers of Southern roads which have been held at The Seelbach In Louisville for the past two days Aanough the chief executive and their subordinates have been unwilling to discuss the object of the conferences here and have given out that they came to discuss the common use 01 the New Orleans terminals this latter has been an insignificant feature of the discussions The presidents of the Southern roads the vice presi dent and the chief freight agents met for the last two days to determine first whether the roads operating In the Southeastern Mississippi Valley and the Southeastern Freight Assoc elation territories should advance the rates and agree upon the basis of the advances When that was done the work of drawing up the schedule of advances would be left to the two assocatlons representing the various roads In the territory that Is the Southeastern Mississippi Valley Association and the Soutneastern Freight Association The work of the execu tives has been completed it having been determined that an advance should be made in class rates In the Southeastern Freight territory and In commodity rates In the Southeastern Mississippi Valley territory There Is said to have been a difference of opin ion among the heads as to the advisability of making an advance at this time but that element which fav ored the advance won out 0 Awarded Contract For Power House CAPITAL COMMISSION GETTING THINGS IN SHAPE AT THE NEW BUILDING At a meeting of the Capitol Com mission this week the contract for the power house lighting and heating plant and waterworks was awarded to Joseph McWilliams Co of Louis wholeathing his includes a filter plant ana pumping station with which to sup Thiseitem may be left out if the commis conotheolighting and heating of the building Work Is to begin at once and It Is expected that the whole thing can be Theeamount appropriated for the lighting and heating at was 90000 and with the architects fee this sum will be needed Determined to have the new Capitol completed as soon aa possible the commission is rushing work on other things connected with the completion of the building The architect has been directed to draw specifications for lighting fixtures and for furniture Estimates will then be received and samples submitted The commission fixed 25000 as the maximum sum to be spent for j0inag fixtures al though 30000 was appropriated Bid ders will be asked to show what they can do for that sum and it is believed that 5000 can be saved in this item alone In the matter of furniture on which about 100000 will be spent the board will receive models and specifi cations from the contractors and will select the furniture which they think best suited to the purposes o Announces For Seat In The Legislature John W Holland member of the law firm of Peake Holland located at Shelbyville and formerly Official Stenographer tor the Twelfth Judicial District has recently announced him self as a candidate for Representa tive from Shelby county Mr Holland is well and favorably known in this county where he had many friends He is regarded as a lawyer of ability and energy and Shelby should not do better than send him to the Leg islature 0 Advertising with a stimulant in It is a good tonic for a rundown business J wY i Second Kentucky I Will Camp Near Here WILL USE RIFLE RANGE AT KEN NEBEC STATIONFIRST TO GO TO INDIANA jntracts have been let by the Ad nt Generals Department for the Nation of electrical apparatus and keneral putting into condition of rUle range at Eannigton which uio been tendered to the State by John B Atkinson The cost will be about 7000 and when the work Isj finished which will be in about aI month the range will be one of the best ranger to be found In this coun try The Third Regiment will use this range on their annual encampment and will spend a week there Instead of going to a central camp to which all the regiments of the State go The plan is to have a range for each regiment where the annual en campment will be held The Third Regiment will use the Earlington range and the Second Kentucky prob ably will use the camp near Prank fort The First Kentucky will go to Camp Harrison near Indianapolis and this will be their outing so that they will not have a camp in Kentucky this year The First Regiment will have a range however one on which the soldiers can practice shooting and qualify themselves as marksmen The encampment at Camp Harrison will be with the regulars and will be very valuable to the regiment This wlll be the only Kentucky regiment to go to Camp Harrison o Money For Extension Of L E To Frankfort Dr W H Netherland President of drIcyEastern Railway Company are In Boston and It is reported here that they have arranged with the Old Colony Trust Company to take over the construction notes of the road There are about 500000 of these cutstand ing notes and until they are definitely taken care of the proposed extension to Shelbyville will not be com pItted 0 PROHIBITION TICKET For President Eugene W Chaflnof Illinois for VIcePresldent Prof Aaron S Watkins of Ohio The above ticket was nominated by the Prohibitionist national convention both men being chosen unanimously Tile full endorsement of the conven tion was not however given to Mr Chafin until after three ballots had been taken For SaleBeautiful stock farm 1740 acres in Mississippi level land no overflow with good residence 16 cabins 4 barns 2 buggy houses etc everything up to date and In good order wire fens 500 acres In cotton and corn acres In pasture balance In timber 4000 000 feet gum and Cyprus etc on which a profit of 20000 can be realized when sawed towards pay Ing for the land 1 mile to tram road to move timber 6 miles to town of 5000 Inhabitants Price 2250 per acre and will net you 11 per acre Beat this if you can Ad dress for further particulars 380 Randolph Bldg Memphis Tenn The best printing regardless of price Is the only kind that is really worth while Quality and good ser vice are the claims we urge for busi ness We have faith in our printing ability and would be glad to be judged by our work Its always good print Ing J r SATURDAY JULY 18 103 I KAGINS 4 BARGAIN LIST FOR r SATURDA1tt- l One lot White Lawn Waists worth 300 400 and 500 at HALF PRICE One lot Suits HALF PRICE One lot Skirts HALF PRICE One lot 25 Silk Suits 15 r Muslin Underwear One lot Skirts worth 100 79 c One lot Skirts worth 150 1191One lot Gowns worth 100 790 One lot Gowns worth 225 179a I C Katjin Bro AT BRIDGE Louisville fltlantlc Railway EAST BOUNDDAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains leave Versailles for Beattyi f ville and intermediate points at 730 t a m and 1220 noon WESTBOUND Dally EXCEPT SUNDAY f Trains from Beattyville and inter id mediate points arrive at Versailles at 1015 a m and 535 p miON SATURDAYS ONLY Train eaves Versailles for Richmond and t intermediate points at 710 p ON SUNDAYS ONLY Train leaves Richmond for Versailles and intermediate points a t355 p m i ti- The L A and the Traction LineI 4 afford excellent service between jIFrankfort and Nlcholasville Rich IImediateFor IIHVersailles Ky l Young Lady well educated proficient in stenography and an expert type 4 f writer desires a position Refer ences exchanged Address Miss f j Bess E Goodwin 421 Third Street t i Frankfort Ky I + j b TURTLE SOUP III AT THE RATHSKELLER TONIGHT 1 1ItI ALEX SCHNEIDER 1tIP OPRIETOJii r t3T U 1c