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FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS i Ij AND ROUNDABOUT I IXXXI FRANKFORT KENTUCKY AUGUST 8 1908 No 48 i ANOTHER TI For Frankfort UI1- Plans Drawn I Believes Frankfort Is fast I Coining To The Front BUILDING TO COST 50000 iTDE tSpecial Correspondence Louisville Ky Aug 7 Another ho tel for Frankfort is being planned by Julius Seelbach nephew of Otto and Louis Seelbach the big hotel proprie tors in Louisville The plans for the hotel call for a fiftyroom structure I to cost about 50000 It is Mr Seel bachs intention should his plans ma teriallze to build a steel and brick structure with many of the features of the Seelbach In Louisville includ lag room baths a rathskeller showed baths cafes and dining rooms The for the hotel have already been IIplans and it Is said that he has the backing of a number of capitalists in this city who think well of the propo Seelbachs plans contemplate beginning work on the new hotel in time to accommodate guests during the next session of the Legislature r He is looking for a site In Frankfort that will be convenient both to the business section of the city and the State offices He believes that the ture of Frankfort is assured now that the Capitol has been built and that that question has been settled for all time In his opinion the city should become not only a splendid residen tial city but that it should advance as a manufacturing center The fact that he Is contemplating the move to Frankfort leaked out only recently he having guarded his plans carefuly in the hope that nothing would get out until all his plans were fully matured THE INSIDER FIRE DESTROYS MIDWAY DISTILLERY i Six Large Warehouses And Contents Go Up In Blaze Believed to Have Been GaDs ed By Incendiaries f FLAMES THREATEN TOWN Il1lre believed to have been of Incendiary origin and which raged until nearly daylight Thursday morn r ing completely destroyed six large bonded warehouses of the Green t baum Distillery at Midway contain- ingI 47500 barrels of whisky burned several negro cottages adjacent spread to the Southern Railroad tres tle over Lees Branch consuming U together with two county bridges and for a time threatening the entire northern portion of the town of Mid way The property loss will amount to probably 500000 while the construc live loss in taxes to the Government in the destruction of the whisky in bond amounting to about 2300000 gallons will be nearly 2500000 When these figures are considered the fire was one of the most disastrous that has visited Central Kentucky 4n many years The distillery plant offices contain the books and records superin IIDg tendonts residence bottling house Southern depot and Cogar Ccs grain elevator all wthin the fire zone were sawd by the heroic efforts o tho Ml way fire department The cistller plant and bottling works caught SE- times but wore speedily extn guished The distillery warehouses and con tents were insured but to what tx lent is not yet kmwn and it will probably be several days before the Hisurace people make their report The fire was discovered shortly after 10 oclock by night watchman Arthur High- Whether the blaze was preceded by an explosion or whether it was rumbling of distant thunder is no clear to those who a few minutes later were startled by the spread of flames in the rear of the warehouse Some say the explosion came from the northeast corner of the plant and al most instantly flames broke out in the building and spread with alarming rapidity J W Black storekeeper at the distillery was one of the first persons on the scene Mr Black was roused from hs bed and hastened to the conflagration saving the books records c In the office by removing them to a place of safety He also did yeoman service in assisting the fire fighters Within the space of an hour the fire had spread to the negro cabins north of the distillery and they were soon in ashes The burning whisky ran out into Lees Branch a creek which runs around the distillery and the entire surface of the stream was soon a blaze of fire presenting a spectacular sight The burning creek set fire to the trestle over the Southern Railway and two county bridges adjacent and they were de stroyed The railroad trestle was still burning at daylight Hundreds of people from all over Woodford and from adjoining coun ties of Scott and Franklin walked drove and rode into Midway to wit ness the conflagration A swarm of bats driven out of the plant by the fire created quite a furor and added the dismal flapping of their wings to the excitement caused by the roar of the flames Midway has only one steam engine which can throw 500 gollons of water a mnute and 1800 to 200 feet of hose and her fire department considering its limited facilities did heroic and fective work in preventing the spread of the conflagration to the adjoining property o Porter Thompson Goes To Oklahoma Mr Ed Porter Thompson one of the best known young men of the city left yesterday for Muskogee Ok lahoma where he will locate having accepted a most lucrative position as stenographer for the National Com mercial Bank Ben Watt formerly of this city but now business manager of the NewState Tribune Gov Has kells paper recommended Mr Thompson for the place and he left immediately upon receipt of a tele gram notifying him of his appoint ment to the positiono BARGE SINKS And Cement Goes to Bottom of Kentucky River A barge loaded with 5236 sacks of Portland cement being towed up the Kentucky river to Lock No 12 which Is in course of construction sank at the mouth of Elkhorn Monday night and is believed to be a total loss R J Armstrong S Co of Evansville Ind have the contract for the work and the loss which will fall on them Is estimated at 10000 The barg s was tied to the bank It began to take water suddenly and sank before anything could be done 0 Indian Refinery Suffers From Fire Five stills of gasoline caught fire Thursday afternoon at the Indian Re finery near Georgetown and the plants fire department did splendid work but called out the Georgetown department to assist Tho gasoline burned for several hours but by the use of chemicals and sand the men succeeded ht saving some of the gaso line in the stills Luckily no one was hurt The loss has been estimated at 4000 I of T FOUR LIVES angered By Mi Family Of Col James Andrew Scott Poisoned Pattients For Hours AN INVESTIGATION VERY LIKELY Four members of the family of Col James Andrew Scott were the victims of ptomaine poisoning Tuesday night and but for the timely arrival and ef fective work on the part of a phyiscian their illness might have resulted ser iously Until oclock Wednesday morning Dr Neville Garrett worked with the patients and during all that time their suffering was intense It is the belief of the family that the poisoning resulted from drinking milk which was purchased from a country man as only those who drank the milk were ill Those affected were Misses Bertha Hattie arid Emmie Scott of this city and Mr Howell Scott now at tho head of the Scott Electric Company of Leington Shortly after the evening meal on Tuesday Mr Howell walked over In to town with a friend and for an hour or so was as well as usual Later he began to suffer with severe pains in the stomach and he immediately went home with thee view of taking some medicine As he approached the house he told the members of the family that he was very ill and mat he attributed his condition to ice cream that he had eaten while in town He was informed however that three other members of the fam ily were similarly affected and the matter began to assume a more serous phase In another hour all were suffering greatly and Dr Garrett was hastily summoned By the time the physician arrived Mss Bertha Scott and Mr Howell Scott were in a se rious condition and for a time fears were entertained for them The condition of the other two did not appear to be serious and the at tention of the physician was especially directed toward the former So great was their suffering that it was found necessary to give them morphine to relieve them but it was 1 oclock in the morning before they were relieved to the extent that the physician thought it safe to leave Col Jaes Andrew Scott was out at his fishing camp on the Forks of Elk horn and as the family had all partaken of mushrooms for dinner It was feared that ho misfit also be ill and Mrs Scott called him up by phone When It was learned that he was not the family became convinced that they had been poisoned by milk They had bought an extra supply of milk from a man living In the country The matter has been brought before the attention of the City Health Officer and It is likely that an Investigation will follow While there have been a great many cases of ptomaine poisoning In Louisville and other of the larger cities there have been but few cases in Frankfort but there is a movement on foot now to prevent any more cases of this kind 0Narrow Escape For Former Frankfort Family RESIDENCE OF CAPT WM E HUNT BURNS AT GREEN VILLE MISS The handsome residence of Oapt William E Hunt formerly a resident of Frankfort but for many years a resident of Greenville Miss was burned to the ground on the morning f P t 01 August 3 in the latter cty Sev eral members of the family had nar row escapes the house having caught fire before daylight while the family was asleep The t iiinwlng description Pt the fire is to Ibm tIP Greenville Daily f1IFTh E Hunt situated in Blanton Park was Jestroyed by fire early this morning The fire was not discovered until part of the roof was almost ready to fall on the members of the family All however were able to escape from the burning building without serious personal Injury but a little while longer and some of the mem bers of the family might have been seriously burned The loss of this elegant old home with its rich furnishings is a serious Jne to Capt Hunt and family While consul at Hong Kong under Presi dent Clevelands last administration Capt and Mrs Hunt accumulated many of the rare novelties of the Orient and these with the old fam ily ftirni uje and portraits and heir lo ruined by the fire While th ry loss is considerable the r losses that are irrep arab total insurance on the building rniture amounted to only a 4000 Capt unt and family have the sincere empathy of all in their loss Just w the fire started is a mys tery as it occurred at about 4 oclock In the morning with no flre about the place o Blue Grass League Field Day The Lexington Gazette says Each year in the big leagues and also In the minor leagues the question of superiority at various parts of the game Is settled by contests held un der the auspices of the league which leave no doubt among the fans as to the relative ability of the various players Many arguments have taken place among the various fans in the league as to who Is the fastest man the best longdistance thrower the hard est hitter or the most accurate throw ing catcher in the league and though each man has his opinion there is still question in his mind as to the factsSuch contests have proven great successes in the other leagues draw Ing crowds and many records have been set by the various players throughout the country Lexington is Uie only logical place in the league toI hold such a contest as it has by far the hest park and is more centrally located It is safe to say that if such a contest is held fully five thousand people will attend if the proper date is selected and the contest well ad contests should be held in connection with one of the scheduled games This could easily be done as there are some dates on which Lex ington plays another team hi the league on which all other teams in the league will be idle wherefore each team in the league could be represented by Its best man Before the final contest each team should have a preliminary meet to decide its best men in the following events Fungo hitting longdistance throwing accurate throwing catcher bunt and run to first base circling basesThen on the day set for the con test to take place these champions of each town could compete for cham pionship medals President Geo I Hammond when seen about the move said- I think the suggestion is a good one and the affair would not only draw great crowds to Lexington from other cities in the league but would no doubt be an overwhelming success I for my part am heartily in favor of the lien and will not only suggest it to the managers of the teams in the league but will do all In my power to push it along and make it a success o MUCH INTEREST CONTEST Nicholas Klaren 14SO Elizabeth M Tuttle1406An- na Mary Oerther 273 Clyde William Johnson 200 Francis Regis Whitehead 206 Leroy Mastin Still 187 Anna Ophelia Grouse 168 Eunice Scott 156 Howard Leo Fulton 137 W R Morgan 130 Mary M Tuttle 71 JOHNSON For le Next Gamer And Ohio James Wants To Go To The Senate Grainger Will Prohably Ron For Mayor THE INSIDER ON THE INSIDE Special Correspondence Louisville Ky Aug 7Ben Johnson for Governorthat Is the hops and expectation of the Democratic Campaign Chairman three years hence This is a straight tip that may have been suspected ever since Mr John son got back actively Into politics some years ago It is said that so many evidences of high regard and so many assurances of active loyal support have been given In the past two years that he is led to believe that his chances for the nomination when the time comes are excellent During the coming campaign for Bryan and Kern In Kentucky Mr Johnson will give his undivided at tention to that work He will do nothing and say nothing that will in any way minimize his fight for the national ticket His one object for the next three months will be toJ gather together the Democratic hosts of Kentucky and marshal them for the November election In this he will have the cooperation of the Demo crats of the State In a way thatnoi chairman perhaps has had tor some years past In due tithe after the election he will make his announcement and begin actively to lay his plans for securing the nomiantlon r e Congressman OIlie James Is now of the opinion that the Senatorial toga of Kentucky will just about fit him Its a roomy garment having been worn by some of the biggest men in the nation but Ollle has developed into a big man himself both physi cally and mentally He is looking to the honor to succeed Senator Payn ter something like three years hence He proposes to go after it with his characteristic vigor as soon as the time is right and OlUe has made an excellent record In Congress He has always been on the job when his constituents wanted anything and when the State required a champion He is perhaps the best known man In the Kentucky delegation in Washing ton and his record at Denver adds to the luster of his same He will make a formidable candidate for any man to buck against From time to time now until the date Is settled for a convention or a primary to nominate a man for mayor of Louisville you will hear the name of Charles F Grainger mentioned for the honor His friends have him in mind for another term at the City Hall They are talking him some what freely and it wouldnt surprise me to see him get the nomiantion and If he does he will be elected No Democrat has ever sat In the big chair under the City Hall clock who has been able to hold the Democrats of Louisville together so successfully as did Mr Grainger when lie was there some three years ago He Is firm and fair and while he announced some time ago that he was out of politics I am Inclined to be lieve that the pressure from the party will be so great that he will find it Impossible not to yield Well I tipped two of the members of the Democratic Campaign Com mittee didnt I The only two by the way that I gave as certainties landed They are S W Hager and Josh T Griffith I mentioned the names of others only as among those who were possibilities Everyone concedes that the Campaign Come mittee as now made up could not be improved upon All are Democrats from the cradle Imbued with the tra ditions of the party practical ener getic and resourceful There Is no element of the forked tongue In any of them They have been called to meei0in Loule nj pTuesday when a secretary will be selected A number of names have beeh sug gested wr the place but who will be selecte will ife an open questiontuntil the meeting next week I find r there is no Inviolable rule as to who shall act The secretary of the two State Committees is not always seflected During the last six campaigns some man other than the secretary of the State Committees has been named to serve as secretary of the Campaign Committee It is possible that there will be some active cam paigning for the place between now and the date for naming the officer ee LouisvilleDistrictCongress next Monday Congress man Swager Sherley wants to go back to Washington and Herman DrteNewcomb wants to go Both will candidates for the nomination Early in the race an effort was made to ad Just matters so that one or the other of the candidates would be eliminated but the efforts failed Mr Newcomb has been making an active speaking k canvass Mr Sherley has been looking to an organization as quietly as nr possible The mass conventions to name delegates to the convention will be held tomorrow in the legislative districts and It is hoped that there will be no disorder and no irregular ities Whoever wins the nomination r it is the desire of the Democrats that he go before the people with clean hands The committee in Louisville has said that each of the candidates must have a square deal in the mass conventions and that the organiga tlons must be made by lining up the partisans of the two men on separate sides of the meeting places the ma jority man naming the delegates Primaries and conventions in Louis yule have not always been conaucted in this way but every effort will be made to have this plan carried out this week It would not surprise met see Mr Newcomb get the nomination by the way s That granite contract in Louisville Is a grievous burden to the Republi cans One man has been bound over to the grand jury on the charge of bribery Alex Barret Chairman of the Board of Public Works which let the contract lost a row of teeth more or less in an encounter with Councilmen Jack Richardson because df It Councilman Jack Richardson has been arrested on the charge of assault and battery C C Stoll a member of the Board of Public reportIcity do work with granite which he should have paid for out of his pri vate purse And as a climax to the hubbub the company which furnished the granite comes forward and offers to cut 1500 from tile bill and to trim all the blocks to come up to the spe cifications Now Isnt that a smelly mess THE INSIDER o GRAND COUNCIL r Of Young Mens Institute Meets Monday of This Week In Louisville The Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute Kentucky Jurisdiction which embraces the States of Kentucky Tennessee and Indiana will meet in Louisville next Monday and several hundred delegates are expect ed The sessions will be held in Mackin Council Hall commencing Monday August 10 and continuing throughout the week The Louisville Hotel has i been selected as the headquarters for l the delegates and their families Lam bert Young Council No 161 pint at their hall In the Capital Trust Com puny Building during the week and delegateIIt is probable that quite a large crowd from here will go to Louisville f Sunday to spend the day returning on the evening train A reception committee composed of Mackin Trinity and Unity Councils of Louisville will meet the delegates and see that they are properly cared for On Monday evening a trolley ride will terminate at Sennlngs Park vhero luncheon will be served There Will be a dance on Tuesday night at Macklln Council club rooms rTWO e6 SCIIOOi Course Prepared By Supt Of Public Instruction APPROVED BY STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION CIRCULARS ARE SENT TEACHERS The course of study which the Kentucky High Schools will use during the ensuing yt4N1Ras JufWeen preflRcd by State Superintendent J G Crabb and mailed to the County School Superintendents over the Stud 1Inaccordance wlui ilin provisions of the new county board act which was m passed by the recent General Assembly each county in the State must arrangementva can be made with the county board of each county for each pupil in tin county to attend the high school without paying for extra tuition The 4wEcourse of study has been approved b the State Board of Education and as follows f Classical Course First YearLatin 5 English 3 algebra 5 history 6r Xfc Second YearLatin 5 English 3 algebra first half 5 geometry sec ond half 5 physical geography 3 3 sc 4Third YearLatin 4 Greek 4 Eng fish 3 geometry 5 physics 3 Fourth YearLatin 5 Greek 4 English 3 German or French 4 chemistry NoteThis course contains threel foreign languages two ancient Latin and Greek and one modern German or French Scientific Course First YearLatin 5 English 3 algebra 5 history 5 Second YearLatin 5 English 3 algebra first ualf geometry second half 5 physical geography 3 botany 3 YearLatin 4 English 3 1ThJrd or French 4 geometry 5 J physics 3 Fourth Year Latin 5 English 4 1Merman or French 3 chemistry 3 rI anatomy physiology and hygiene 3 Modern Language Course First YearGerman 0 English 3 algebra 5 history 5 Second YearGerman 4 English 3 French 4 geometry second half algebra first half 5 botany physics 3 Third YearGerman 4 English 3 m French 3 geometry 5 history 3 f Fourth YearGerman 4 English 4 French 3 chemistry or arithmetic 3 anatomy physiology and hygiene a English Course First Year Latin or German or French 5 or 4 English 3 algebra history 5 Second YearLatin or German or t Franch 5 or 4 English 3 algebra first half geometry second half 5 physical geography 3 botany or history 3 Third YearLatin or German or French 4 Elgllsh 4 geometry 5 physics 3 history 3 Fourth YearLatin or German or French English 4 chemistry or arithmetic 3 anatomy and hygiene 3 history and civics i Commercial Course First YearEnglish 3 algebra 5 5tpenmanship and spelling keeping 3 Second yearEnglish 3 or French 4 algebra first halfgeom etry second half 5 commercial geography 2 history 3 penmanship and spelling 3 bookkeeping and bust ness forms 3 Third YearEnglish 3 German or French 4 geometry 5 commercial t correspondence 2 history and civics I 3 stenography and typewriting 3 bookkeeping office practice 3 t Fourth YerEngllsh 3 physic- or chemistry 3 advanced commercial arithmetic 3 commercial law 2 political economy 2 stcnograpbp typewriting 5 accounting banking organization auditing finance 0 JUDGE GUFFY- Handed t a Parting Kick From His Old J Party Associates Judge B L D Guffy of Butler coun ty has joined the Independence party which has a ticket In the field for President and Vive President It Is said that the judge has belonged to every party which has existed since he became of age and it is probably well that ho hastened to join this new movement else he t might have died of old age with one party existing which he had never be longed to Glasgow Republican o Foleys Kidney Remedy will curdlany case of kidney or bladder that Is not beyond the reach of medl cine No medicine can do more J For sale by all druggists l t Papers Of Judge Innes KENTUCKYS FIRST FEDERAL JUDGE SENT TO WASHING TON FOR FILING IN CON GRESSIONAL LIBRARYI Former Mayor George D Todd of Louisville has just presented to the Congressional Library at Washington the books and papers left him b y hit greatgrandfather Judge Harr y lanes the first Federal Judge of Ken Lucky The books and papers embrace a complete history of lipitucky frol81G and most of theme were In Judge Innes handwriting Among the papers Is an account the trial of Aaron Burr for treason There Is also a full account of tin proceedings of the Democratic ciety of Kentucky of the early days and a fullbound copy of the Parlla dlum and Western World an old time newspaper- e The papers have been in the Tod family for over a century and could have been disposed of at a larger price but the former Mayor cons eluded to send them to Washington to be kept forever In the Congressional Library Todd Is In receipt of a letter troMr the Librarian in which he say these are among the most valuable topers sent to the library In rote years o Announces For Jailer WALTER WIGGINTON SUBMITS HIS CLAIMS FOR NOMINATION TO DEMOCRATIC PARTY Mr Walter Wigginton his candidacy for the office of Jaile- of Franklin county In this Issue of the News subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Wlggln ton is one of the active young Democrats of the county always true his o party never hesitating to use his time and money in behalf of Us announcement will be gladly received by his friends who are legion in this county where he was reared and where he has been an active citizen as well as party worker his forts heretofore having always been for his party and friends and not fo self as he has never asked for or held any kind of official position having- been one of the boys In the trenches working for others There Is no more clever man in the county than Walter Wigginton and not one who knows more of UP people than he does This fact with the bust ness qualifications which he possesses makes him almost Invincible In this racer Reward Offered For Leaders WIth the Idea of Increasing the zeal of the local officials in their forts to ferret out the authors In Western Kentucky especially at Princeton Hopklnsvllle and Russell offeredY a reward of 500 for the apprehension and conviction of the leaders of the gangs of men who perpetrated these outrages and their staff of men The Governor stipulates however that this reward shall only be good until October of this year nThe reward contains this statement of the conditions A reward of 500 for the apprehension and con vlction of the leader and chief officer and the officers next In authority to him of the night riders in the Hop klnsvllle raid the Princeton raid the Russellvllle raid This rewar shall only be good where the Information leading to the apprehension conviction is furnished before Octo 1908s o KENTUCKY RAISED SOME CORN Figures Show States Crops For Forty Years Aggregate 2870178009 Bushels Kentucky has raised 2870178009 bushels of corn In the last 40 years The farm valuethat is the value on the farmof all this corn was 1 150617978 These figures are for the 40year period from 1866 to 1906 Inclusive of both years The amount of wheat raised In Ken tucky in this period in the farm grfnI ary at 308185102 These figures were obtained from annual reports at Washington The department does not work the totals for more than one year a No one is immune from kidney trou ble so just remember that Foleys Kidney Remedy will stop the Irregu larities and cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of medicine For sale by all druggists Bell County Boy a Traveling Bar Ifoom Tries To Sell Whisky To a Deputy Sheriff and Is Sent to Jail Walter Baker an efghteen year o1d lad of Bell county Is a victim of bad company and is In the Franklin county Jail waiting until September to face the charge of bootlegging when the Federal court meets here because he was pursuaded to peddleHoupr In the mining campgfW Stra Heek That Baker Is a novice aWj Bhls ky peddling business is P def monstrated because he tried to sell some of the whisky to Deputy Sheriff- e Joel Smith of Bell county and did not know to whom he was selling the liquor He claims that he fell In with a tough character who told him that it would be an easy matter to peddled the whisky and mate a barrel of money out of the business He and his companion went to Middlesboro and bought a lot of whisky and he was sent out as a walking barroom In advance of his partner He had disposed of enough of the whisky to get caught before his parts ner arrived at the Straight Creek camps and as soon as the latter- t got wind of his arrest he hid his whisky and did not sell it r Candidates For Prison Coi Qer MESSRS McCUTCHEN AN RHEA WILL MAKE RACE AGAINST- EACH OTHER- f The Boyllng Green Messenger has the following item which Is of inter est here The Third Congressional District is to have two candidates for prison commissioner according to reports Both hail from Logan county Hon H S McCutchen the present com missioner has let his friends know that he will be in the race and Hon Thos Rhea the present sheriff of Logan county has begun a campaign for the place which as is known- will be filled by the next Legislature Messrs McCutchen and Rhea train with different factions 1n Logan coun ty local politics although heretofore each has succeeded in his own race Both are strong men and the district will be divided between them There are not likely to be any other candi dates from this district and the can didates for the Legislature will likely be asked to declare on this question before the primarieso Miss Gorbett To Enter Novitiate Miss Katie Corbett left Wednesday morning for Nazareth Academy in Nelson county where she will enter the novitiate and later become a member of the order of the Sisters of Charity Miss Corbett Is the young est daughter of the late Jerry Corbett and for several years ids been at tending school near Louisville and spending her vacations here with her aunt Mrs Coleman on Steele street 0 Immigration Agent hoes To New York Mr Elijah J Green State Immigra Saturdor will remain for some time so as 1to be in touch with the best class of household help farm hands and day laborers as they arrive from foreign countries Mr Green has now on file at his office here some five hun dred application from people over the State for such help o Gov Blackburn Coming Horne The many friends of Governor and Mrs J C S Blackburn of Panama will be pleased to hear that they are expected at their home in Versailles during the early part of October They will remain in Kentucky two months visiting relatives and friends O Attention Asthma Sufferers Foleys Honey and Tar will give im mediate relief to asthma sufferers and has cured many cases that had refused to yield to other treatment Fo leys Honey and Tar is the best remedy for coughs colds and all throat and lung trouble Contains no harm ful drugs For sale by all druggists STAMPING GROUND rMrs H S Triplett Is visiting rein tives In Henry county Miss Mary Craft of Louisville Is visiting her sister Miss Opal Craft Miss Kittle Whitton of Georgetown Visited relatives here Saturday Mr and Mrs S P Willis now of Forks of Elkhorn spent Sunday with friends here- J Robert Tones who has been very low of heart trouble Is reported greatly Improved Mrs Sallie Conway returned home Sunday after spending a week w her sister Mrs B F Stone crowd of boys and spent several days last week at Kentucky river fishing All had delightful time Mrs John Offutt of Stamping Grd neighborhood was called to the bed side of her niece who has consump tionMr and Mrs Acker of Indiana are visiting the latters father Squire- S B Triplett and other relatives Rev G1r Hill left Monday morn ing to hold a series of meetings at Bedford Trimble county He will be absent two weeks The condition of Cy T Duvall Is slightly Improved He has been moved to his veranda surrounded by canvas where he remains day and E Johnson proprietor of the Johnson Hotel sold the same to his brother Charley T Johnson for 4500 possession given January 1st Rebuilding the burnt district is progressing and foundations will be ready for the brick layers this week Nothing done yet towards rebuild Ing the Haner Hotel property Mr G W Wilson of Morris Okla homa arrived here yesterday What he cent tell about Oklahomo is not worth hearing He is looking remark ably well and is as jolly as ever Mrs Ellen HambrIck was reported dying Sunday night from heart trou ble but rallied and was better Mon day She Is the fourth patient In this immediate neighborhood afflict ed with heart disease SCOTT Ghesa akt Ohii Rt 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 M Dally Limited For Washington Baltimore Phlladel phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1015 A M and 745 P M Dally 28lyr WhoWill Be- PresidentThis is a Presidential Year and ivery man must rend to keep post edon politics Th- eCourierJournal Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as develops One dollar a ypar is the price of the Weekly CourierJournal But you can get that Paper and the Weekly News Both One Year For 125 If you will send your PaperNot Journal Daily Courier 600 a Year Weekly CourierJournal 200 a Year We can give you a com bination Cut Rate on those if you will write this paper enclosing cash with order THE BEST WHISKY For your money at GEO B SALENDERS 45 St Clair St I ATURDAY AUGUST Bottled I Hand Made Sour Mash The Very Best Product Of the Finest Distillery IN THE WORLD The Geo I Cof I Incorporate- dFRANKFORT KENTUCKY a SCREEN Your Home Now AWESCREEN DOORS AND YINDO AT PRICES WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERYONEld JfGRASSLawn MowersIEVER SHOWN IN THE CITY AT PRICES FROM 300 TO 1400 i ALSO AGENTS FOR t North Star Refrigerators Sherwin IWilliams Paint WE SOLICIT YOUR PHONE ORDERS AND MAKE PROMPT DELIVERY i1 J1R SOWER HARDWARE COliIncorporated = Both Phones 16 MAIN STREET s Z fh rDollars and Sense l t THE SENSIBLE BUYER WILL ALWAYS LOOK FOR WEAR ING VALUE IN A VEHICLE AND HE KNOWS THAT IS A PRICE BELOW WHICH A GOOD VEHICLE CA THEREf IJ BE MADE AND SOLD OUR VEHICLES REPRESENT DOLLAR IN VALUE FOR EVERY DOLLAR YOU PAY US AICAN PROVE THIS TO YOUR ENTIRE SATISFACTION IF GIVEN AN OPPORTUNITY DROP US A CARD AND OURiREPRESENTATIVE WILL CALL TO SEE Y- OUSELLERCARRIAGECO r It IncorporatedK N1HOUR FREE OFFER Eyery one of our subscribers will do well to take advantage of our special offer By paying one year in advance you will be sent postage pre paid a firstclass twobladed pocket knife This offer lasts until July 1 L908QWe are presenting to the public he livest weekly paper in the State ad we have started on a campaign to loublo our circulation Help us ac ompllsh this end t o 1908 1HOTEL 111E11theeither phone Oldest and best hostelry in the sty 1I IJl1f tq SATURDAY AUGUSTS 1908 4 TraitKUn TountY farmers 1Jnstltut Go c Ktli atre mwoo6 park On t jrlaap ana Saturoa August Utb anJ 15tb 10 O CLOCK kl to order by President i B Macklin ocation Rev F Harris iconic address Hon South Trimble Lo0tise Lowell Roudebush New Richmond Ohio LEnstitute T W Scott fePMMrtc JBWalkert t Hopkinsville Ky Noo iiSOPM Why Farmers Should Organize Hon Campbell Cantrill Why and How Farmers Should Raise Sheep Lowell Roudebush The Cause of Poor County Roads Judge J H Polsgrove Relat onot Good Roads to Schools Churches and SocietySupt E RJones What the State Department Farmer Com M C fJankm IAlfalla in KentuckyJ B Walker NIGHT SESSION 730 P M I t LindsaySouthRecitationections b local talent Lecture Uncle Sams Land the night SunLowell Roudebush SATURDAY 10 A M hIAdamsinvocationhe Crime Against the Soilti Poultry Raising tv Dr J APosey The Share on the Farm c J B Walker DiscussionBy the LadiesOpen l 130 P M i Sanitation ooDrE E HumeFarm and Town 00 What does the Kentucky State Experiment Station f Mean to Kentucky Prof M A Scovoll Stock Feeding for Profit Lowell Roudebush t a INDICTMENT i Against Rufus Browder At s 1 Hussellville Says Murder DEFENSE ASKS CHANGE OF VEN r UE MOTION TO BE HEARD MONDAY Rufus Browder the negro slayer of tLY James Cunningham was indicted on vthe charge of willful murder In the f Logan Circuit Court at Russellville 1 on Monday His attorneys entered fc a motion for a change of venue and testimony In support of the motion l will be heard Monday The case against Browder will be i dispositionlpoft rroverruled If the change of venue Is 1granted the case will go to Simpson TOdd or Muhlenberg county If the tj motlon Is denied the case will bet called for trial on Wednesday of next ji week As only one section of the count is stirred over this traged- ylf it is freely believed that from other N sections of the county there will be- n I i np trouble In obtaining jurors whore know nothing of the case f tIn view of the Intense Indignation over the murder of young Cunning lt ham prominent members oT the Rus 1 sellville bar declined proffered em yXployment at the hands of Browders faniily Browders father who is a II i quiet and Industrious negro owns a farm In the Oldstead section of provideyfrDubose of Bowling Green will act as his counsel Messrs Sims and igl Rhodes were both at Russellvllle Mon day and said that It would lin nonoa sary to have State troops when v Browder is brought to Russellville lfor trial As there was no legal ne cesslty for Browders presense at the hearing on the motion for a change p of venue he was not taken to Rus gvVsellvlllo Monday but will remain In f the Louisville jail until his case is called 0 a s Sanitarium ijFor louisv l vr Baptists from all over the State of Kentucky through the committee com I posed of Louisville men have begun an active campaign for raising 200 with which it is planned to build a 1 Kentucky Baptist Sanitarium in Louis villa The big project has been die j cussed for some time past and it is toJl Institution erected within the year 4 tF i l Editor Richardson Praises Dog Tax Law The Groan dog law ls not altogether bad although the Times Is still not In love with It But it has Its good points and has besides paying for sheep killed by dogs brought more revenue to the school fund than was ever dreamed of by Its author There Is now In the State treasury something like 95000 that has not been clalmed for dead sheep and nearly all of this amount will be eventually turned Into the school fundThe law Is paying havoc with the dogs however and the assessors figures show that thousands have been slaughtered In the last twelve months In 1907 over 180000 dogs were report ed by the assessors and this year but 142000 have been found In 1907 12579688 was collected under the dog law and but 32337 was paid out for dog killed sheep the remainder going Into the school fundThe Groan law Is a bleslng to the sheep raisers and a holy terror to the sheopldlllng dogsGlasgow Times o LINDSAYS ADDRESS Evokes Enthusiasm at Meeting of Vir ginia Bar Association The address Wednesday afternoon of former Senator William Lindsay of Kentucky on The Man and the Corporation evoked considerable en thusiasm at the annual meeting of the Virginia Bar Association in ses sion at Hot Springs Virginia Mr Lindsay pointed out that it was tho duty of the States to remedy what ho regarded as the present day evil of corporate supremacy over tho In dividual The States he maintained created the corporation and It was their duty to control their creatures This course he said would relieve the Federal Government from inter ference which interference ho regarded as not only of doubtful con stitutionality but of doubtful expedi encyThe bar association at the conclu sion of the address of Mr Lindsay In dinged in a spirited discussion of tho proposition to abolish the old common law system of pleading in the State for a system based on the English Prac tical Act Judge Taft gavo evidence of enjoying the sharp discussion which was terminated by referring the mat ter to a committee for consideration until the next annual meeting of the association o Too much advertising is Injurious to some businesses in the same way that too much chopping spoils mlacemeat It is as difficult to advertise some bust nesses too much as to chop mincemeat too fine i LkS High Bridge Perfectly Safe REPORT OF EXPERT ON PRES ENT STRUCTURE OVER KEN TUCKY RIVER AT HIGH BRIDGE Mr A T Slier chairman Railroad Commission has just completed what considers an exhaustive investi Ion of the conditions of the high Ige over the Kentucky river at h Bridge This investigation was rle because the Q C railroad mpany Is preparing to build a new bridge and the commission thought It wise to know that the present bridge Is safe for present work Mr Siler having had the bridge carefully examined by one of the most compe tent engineers in this country states that In his judgment the bridge Is ab solutely safe The examination was made by Gustav LIdenthal of New York City who Is consulting engi neer of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company Tho following report was made by him to Mr Siler Complying with your request for report on the present condition of Kentucky river high bridge I beg leave to herewith submit the follow ing I examined this structure personally All the plans and needed data were submitted to me The bridge was built in 1876 of wrought iron of very good quality It was designed bq very able engineers In ac cordance with the best practice of that day to which circumstances and to careful maintenance may be ascribed the good condition of the struc ture after more than thirty years of hard service- I made an exhaustive analysis in detail of the entire structure and computations for the four different conditions of loading namely of the weight of the locomotives and ten ders and of the train load now pass Ing over the structure All the rec ommendatfons made by me have been complied with The bridge was minutely examined as to loose rivets and none have been found The structure is carefully maintained and as now operated is In a perfectly safe condition 0THE SHEATH FAD Has Captured The Country and the End Is Not Yet In Sight Speaking of the new Sheath gown an exchange says Say where will this sheath craze stop First It was a sheath spirt rip ped up the side about thatfar Then comes the sheath sleeve ripped up the hind seam leaving the arm bare to the shoulder And wo look In hor ror for the probable appearance of the sheath waist and the sheath stockings to follow If the men should become victims to the sheath fad It will be a case of history repeat Ing Itself Well we remember when we were strictly In the sheath fash Ion We crawled through a crack in the fence and an obstinate splinter turned our blue check shirt Into a sheath up and down the back We slid down a plank There was a nail In it and the blue denim pants we wore home were up to date The fashion was not as popular then as now and when we met a lady we bflcked up against the barn until she had passed on And when we got home we wore treated to a few bits ters which covered the opening made by the sheath o GOV WILLSON Addresses Woodmen of World At An nual Outing In Louisville Gov Augustus E Willson was warmly greeted Tuesday evening at the White City In Louisville when he addressed a largo gathering of Wood men of the World and their friends who were enjoying their annual outing at the resort While Gov Will son was speaking all of the attractions at the park were stopped and the thousands of pleasureseekers gather ed around the band stand to hear the address by Kentuckys Chief Execu tiveIn his speech Gov Willson paid high tribute to the Woodmen of the World Ho also referred to the night riders who he said were not good citizens He declared however that the law must be enforced and that It would be at all hazards Gov Willson upon his arrival In Louisville went to The Seelbach where he was mot by a committee pf Woodmen and escorted to the White City He was greeted at the Broad way entrance by Woodmen in uni form and a salute of guns was tired in his honor o No matter how small the job of printing you have we want It and we will give it the same careful atten tion as we would a great big one We desire your business and will show you that we appreciate same by doingI good work Use either phone TIME TABLE L N R R CO Frankfort Ky May 13 1908 Trains East Bound No 18 departs 950 a m dally ex cept Sunday No 16 departs 430 p m daily ex tept Sunday No 20 arrives 641 p m dally cept Sunday stops at Frankfort No 62 departs 833 p m Sundays only Trains West Bound No 19 departs 535 a m daily ex cePt ay N partsTrzO a m dally cept ay No 5 departs 400 p m daily ex cept Sunday No 61 departs 755 a m Sundays only C O TrainsEast Bound No 22 departs 1015 a m daily No 24 departs 745 p m daily Cp aWest Bound No 1 departs 940 a m dally No 3 departs 615 p m daily A V HITE Agent SUMMARY OF L E TIMETABLE EAST WEST BOUND BOUND a a a z A AZ airOATIONS x pzPMJ AM PM AM 22517B Lexington 95 6031025 240 746 Moutrose 941 6501012 250 7M Avon 932 5401003 025 533 956 2171801 Winchester 912 620 946 LETunction 900 607 984 3W 844 Indian Fields 920 400 902 Clay City 902 410 910 Stanton 84411458 852 420 915 Rqsslyn 847 426 022 842 487 984 Dundee 752 403 882 440 933 Campton Jct 748 357 828 445 943 Natural Bridge 745 855 825 443 946 Glencairn 740 850 820 457 950 Torrent 7301 841 812 6101008 Fincastlo 715 828 757 751526il025Tallega 649 800 734 54Vln43 Athol 640 252 727 5521051 Oakdnlo 033 244 72 O06 Elkatawa 620 280 710 l1IOI 0 6 K Junction 015 225 705 Jackson 610 220 700 The Following Connections Are Made Dally Except Sunday L E JUNCTION Nol1 and 3 will connect with the C Railway for lit Sterling Ky CAMPTON JUNCTION Nos 29anil will connect with the Mount nin Central Railway for passengers to and from CaniptonKy BEATTYV1LLE JUNCTION ARailwayO K JUNCTIONI KRailway frankfort Gi Wifli The Midland Route Local Time TableIIN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 NSo84J 420 Lv D Frankfort Ar Summit 1107 Elkhorn Switzer 1063 Stam round 1043 649 286 421 wallJohnson 105V50 247 Georgetown t C 5i Newtown 307 Ccnterville 000 811 251 Elizabeth 820 Paris Junctn 882 825 Ar l Parts ILs 880 544 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with RO- Conned at Paris Union Depot with Kentnobj Central Jo leas at Frankfort Union Depot with L dETWEEN FRANKFORT II CINCINNATI VIA P lIj A MIP MjA Lr Frankfort Arl U Georgetown Arl aa lAr LT 8 ft BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS A M P M P M LT Frankfort Ar LT Georgetown Ar 63 3 LT Ar 64 tllU Ar Cincinnati LT KKNTUCK1 CENTRAL BB POINTS AA i J A Georgetown A 904AaHUP wtlG soA e Paris L UP A Winchester 245 A Maysville A Cjnthiana 11ISIP A Richmond f Cincinnati GEO B HARPER Prea anclGenl Hnpt OWHAYOA ADVERTISED LETTER LIST The following is a list of letters remaining In the Franfort Postoffloe the week ending Saturday Aug 8th Havlo Allen Robert Drown Cornell Brutton Sam Hunch Joe Oarr Mrs Kate Danifleld Dan Davis Mrs J Emma Evans James Howe Miss Grace Jackson J M Long Mrs Ben Long John- Lmphlns Jas tcPAGE THREE r fShe Balance Wheel s Look Inside your watch a moment The balance wheel Is making 18000 vibrations an hour If Its In good condition If the movement Is sluggish theres something wrong It will move 3558 miles In a year and requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil to make the run But It needs that little badly The least Increase of friction on the bearings alters the motion Dont take chances Let us clean and oil and put your watch In order for a year IT WILL PAY AND SATISFY YOU 1 eStrrl M A SELBERT JEWELERJST CLAIR STREET FRANKFORT KYIIf You Buy It At Selberts Its God A saving of time and money you are assured of if you patronize this concern with your transfer and moving business Our work is done expertly we have superbequipment and facilities and it is done without that usual wear and tear that usually accompanies this kind of work Would you favor lis with your business PERKINS TRANSFER CO PRINCIPAL OFFICE L N FREIGHT DEPOT H mmocks Lawn Swings f Fishing Tackle Dry Batteries Garden Hose and Tools Alabastine Cold Water Paint FRANK G STAGG HARDWARE PAINTS OILS AND GLASS THE IGryBLUE GRASS FAIR INCORPO- RATEDLEXINGTON KY 25000Aug10 = 15X25000 In Premiums 6 dig Days 6In Premiums DeBaughs Military Band and Megaphone Quartette An Unequalled Programme of Free Acts and Carnival Attractions 10Great Acts Each Day10 HALF RATES ON ALL RAILROADS FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS JOUETT SHOUSE Secretary Lexington Ky Jliller Author Mice Cap C A Norris Miss Lillie Perkins James Rldle Mrs Wavo Sturgle Wm Suyser Freeman Thomas Davis Pallor Mrs C II Vualen John Willson Eugene Willson Robert Any ono calling for these letters will please star rerUsed G L BARNES P M 1I f n Good printing isnt a very hard thing Ji to obtain if one goes after It in the right manner Select a man with a reputation for producing good printing give him sufficient time to execute a neat Job and pay him a liberal price for his work If you will follow these directions we are sure you will get the result you desire We have boasted that we did more l1ne and down to date work than all our competitors o Pleasing particular people In prlmt lug la one of our qpsckltiM jj S 1 nl E FOUR r Frankfort Weekly News arseco yiss n tPRANKPORT PRINTING COMPANY iINCORIOILTEr AR DUNLAPEditor-i HUBERT VREELAND Pres and Mgr M D COYLESec and Treas TERMS100 IN ADVANCE DETOCRA1TC TICKET For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Of Nebraska For VicePresident mow JOHN W KERN Of Indiana 11 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce W jP KIMBALL of Fayette county as a candidate for reelection to Congress from the Seventh Congressional Dis i trict subject to the action of the Democratic Convention September 3 We are authorized to announce J i CAMPBELL CANTRILL of Scott county as a candidate for Congress subject to the action of the Demo cratic convention September 3 Wo are authorized to announce WALTER WIGGINTON as candi date for Jailer of Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce R C HIEATT as a candidate for county Judge of Franklin county sub t Ject to the action of the Democratic 4 party r We are authorized to announce- JAMES H POLSGROVE as a candi date for Commonwealths Attorney of the Fourteenth Circuit Court District subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce t ROBT B FRANKLIN of Franklin county as a candidate for reelection to the office of Commonwealths At torney subject to the action of the Democratic party In and for this the Fourteenth Circuit Court District Fllfls are absolutely unnecessary j and ore an absolute menace to the health ot any community Frankfort is almost eaten alive by flies this sum mer und something should be done to wipe them out The livery tables aro the breeding places for tlv flies and when the motor age come there will be no more horses and therefore no more lies The following editor t ytr sialrin eoIUersj8 pertinent and time ly y j Perhaps you1tlilttkweVare unkind to the mosquito and the flykeajiiug aferthese denizens too PSJ laii muckraking them with too much vii ulcnce If you love the fly therefore skip this paragraph Another board of health that of New York is Titter him It informs the public that five flys body Is covered with disease germs and asks us all not to allow decaying material of any sort to ac cumulate near our premises All re fuse which tends to fermentation t such as bedding straw paper waste and vegetable matter should he dis posed of or covered with lime or leer osene oil All foods should be screened All reoeptacles for gar bage should be carefully covered and the cans cleaned or sprinkled with lime or oil All stable manure should be kept in vault or pit and screen ed or sprinkled with lime kerosene or other cheap preparation The sewerage system should be in good order and not exposed to flies Kero acne should be poured into the drains tit Food should be covered after a meal and table refuse burned or burled To kill the flies in the house pyreth rum powder may be burned If you see flies their breeding place is near brIt may be behind the door un del the table or In the cuspidor If there is not dirt there will be no flies This sounds much like what we wrote tho other day about mosquitoes There are differences but part of the same general treatment applies to botttfe CVcofsuMS broadly understood Scoupfs focmuch in vigor healthHqm comfort i 0 We can not tell at this distinct what provoked the lynching of the ne groes nt Russellvllle but there mus have been something back of it whit aroused passion for no mob would kill four negroes charged with minor offenses unless there was some strong reason Such affairs are take 1If 410rthern press md grcail magnified with the result that Ker Lucky is injured The northern pres puts it down to race hatred which not true We do not aPprove lyncl Ing because punishment by law hus mpio of a deterrent effect but where Is frequently strong provocation flr the taking of the law Into the hand of the crowd o Gov yillspn is certainly haying his troubles keeping law and order In State As fast as he gets one thing settled something else bqbs up His hill for soldiers will run up Into comfortable figures The cost of troops prefsent administration was 000 and it will be that much or more for the second six months The tax payers will have to settle and the taxpayers do not like o Democrats of Franklin county should contribute to the Democratic campaign fund The Louisville Times has been designated as one of the de poritarles for the national campaign fund and will receive all contribu tiohs Bryan cannot be elected with Out the money to manage a campaigi properly and every Democrat can help by sending even a dollar o Frankfort needs a stock law tf keep the cattle and pigs and sheep the streets but the present Counci is not inclined to lend its ear to the people 0 6he Optimist ByllRD Come across with that fare Sam Brown You there Jim Jones pass over your nlckle Well Mr Longmoor how are you today Pretty well thank you That Is only the conductor on a Frankfort street car collecting fares h The Pessimist went put to the base ball game the other day having re turned from his camping expedition in Boyle county and was much interested in the ways of the conductor of the car He knew everybody by name and as he collected the fares tailed each man by name and asked for the money It Was a continuous performance with the conductor He did not fail to call the name of a sin gle man he passed on the car and Jf certainly seemed odd to hear the con ductor calling the names of all the passengersThis amuses persons from the outside who come to Frankfort and it takes them some time to get used to it The visitors are amused when they find that the motorman knows everybody and knows where everybody lives and always stops the cars right in front of everybodys doorstep so that no more walking than necessary will have to be done The other night there was a small picnic crowd at the Country Club Coming back to town they had a large basket containing dishes and things used on the expedition After the party had reached town it was decid ed to go to a moving picture show but the basket was In the way Tire problem was soled by giving the basket to the conductor who stopped the car in front of the house on the south side and left the basket on the front porch The people were all Frankfort people and did not think it strange that the conductor should an accomodating thing like that Time best story of them all told on the street car company is actually true A woman llving dn the south side wanted to go over in town one iiprnlng but also wanted to see her hicken man before sho went The Jo chicken man was late so finally she took a car and went on to town Or the bridge the chicken man in bls wagon was met 6ii theres my chicken man aM I want to see hint the vvomnn cried The motorman heard her and stopped the car The chicken man was hailed drove his wagon close to the car and the transaction in chicken was carried to a successful conch sion The conductor made the clang in the deal the chicken man went on his way and delivered the chickens aithe proper muse hous keener went on her wa nt itUs the same way no ag ago when the Governor was trying to catch acar for the golf links He was seen running down the stree some distance back but everybody on the car agreed that they ought to wait for him as he could not get an r other car for fortyfive minutes nnd would miss his golf So they stopped the ear and waited and nobody kic ed over the delay It seems quee but it seems mighty human and pleas ant to have everybody accomodatin and polite and some of the bigge corporations might take a lesson from the Frankfort street car line with profit to themselves The Dandridge Guar gat the other night andJ e to themselves The Guard have become faro H Bvery effor has been made by rmnQ pier young stems to break into the iks icf th company but the three boys who con pose It will not let any more In they say the recruits can not lean to obey orders At presen the Dan Bridge Guards consist of three a cap talc and two lieutenants Thore an no privates and they do not need or want any They could get a crow and fill up the company to regular army strength but they aro content to have the number they hie now They drill like regulars and have aH sorts of maneuvers The Dandridge Guards did not al ways go by that name They Used to be called the Games fiuards alter their illustrious captain Hut ar chang cane about One night the guards went over to the hotel fodrlll for the Misses Weitzel and Capt and Mrs W F Dandridge They drilled wet and pleased Capt Dandridge who Is fend of children Capt Dandrldgc took the guards to the nearest sod water counter and here set em up to the guards After one soda had another and then another and yet another until each guard had con sumed seven They then went to the moving picture shows all of them and went home on slow time but hap py They had never enjoyed them selves so thoroughly After he went baoK to the hotel Capt Dandridge was told that he prob ably had wiped out the whole guard by an overdose of soda water anti he really became worried himself liltHe sodaVliveach little stomach eo Capt Dandridge called up the mothers of trie guards only to find that they were sleeping peacefully and their sodas had not disturbed them in the least After that soda water and moving picture show party the name of the guards was changed and the boys selected Dandridge Guards as a pro per and suitable title for them Now they drill every now an l then and Capt Dandridge takes them to tho soda fountain and the picture shows News of the deluge of soda water spread quickly over the neighborhood and applications for membership in tho guards began pouring in but they were all turned down and the throe buys who originated the company said that they had enough members They have persistently refused to take any more in It pays to advertise but Its pays to advertise in a pewspaper This thing of advertising on fences does not go for much The other day a man went into a Jewelry store here and asked for aid He said he was stranded and wanted help He was a native of tho same country as the jeweler and was attracted to him by the name He said after he had se cured the necessary funds I saw your advertisement on a fence und therefore came to you as a man who would be willing to help no It certainly was queer to seo a man breaking rock in front of the State- House i within a few feet of where William Goebel fell when he was struck down by a bullet from an as sassins unYot that is what one saw several days ago The stones which had been used for eighty as a porch for the old State rcnrsI were being broken up to maun for time concrete porch and steps which are now being erected The old stories had not outlived their usafui ness by any means but the founds lion which supported them was unsafe ana it was feared that the stone ojaL umns might give way so it w cided to remove the stone ai concrete The stone used old porch was taken from a Ke quarry and was remarkably ha was a finegrained sand stone d during the eighty years that it was used It had hardly worn at all Even the center stone which had been walked on by everybody who us State house was not worn in the leastj It had defied time and the weather nnd man yet those stones were broken up into small bits It was a great waste of stone for such stone is exceedingly rare There is one con solation in seeing the stones broken 11inhad been used for so long goes backIinto the porch and will be used It isa pretty safe bet however that the concrete will not last for eighty years as did the stone Man can mike things but they do not last as well and they are not as good as the things nature makes B In this issue of The News will be found the announcement of Hon R B Franklin as a candidate for re election as Commonwealths Attor ney for this Circuit Court District subject to t eacton of the Demo ccratlcpattriThrough the years that naye passed since Mr Fraklin first began to prosecute the pleas of the Commonwealth in ths dictrlct his has com mended him to all right thinking people and he has grown in the public confidence both at home and abroad until he is today conceded to be one of the strongest Commonwealths attorneys In the State Hs prose u of No prosecutor in thlsor any other State has worked harder or endured more during the past eight years than Mr Franklin Yet in the face of verse criticism he has had the cour age of his convictions in every trial GREATEST HORSE SHOW Exhibition of Stock at Blue Grass Fair Will Be Extraordinary The greatest of Blue Grass fairs be gins Monday For six days Lexing ton will be a Mecca Entry lists close with the largest numbers on record and no program heretofore of fered Is as featureful The premium lit aggregates 25000 in value exclu save of awards for speed races Primarily the Blue Grass Fair is the greatest horse show in America and America leads the world Others may excel as tin exhibition of some- particular class but no other combines the several classes to the samrf extent There will be a splendid array of three and flvegaltod saddlers in addition to the three American breedsThoroughbreds Standard 1 11 women Misses Dropstitch black and white pair 8c button length Black Cotton Gloves damaged pair25cLa- dies Ribbed Vests each k10cMe- n Balbriggan Underwear garment25cWhite Silk slightly soiled 98c Infants Muslin caps each 1Scj Dry lioods ESTABLISHED IBl Carpets IiH JROBERT FRANKLIN orldoUars ITTObPLUAL If evidence was lacking he has had the strength Of character to move dismissal but where the evidence showed guilt he has prosecuted every case with the vigor that his response ble office demanded He hilts trade some eupmles but good pepple here and everywhere respect him the more for the character of the he has made That there is no more brilliant prosecutor the State than Bob Franklin even his enemies can not deny and those who have seen him tested know full well that he Is unflinching In the discharge of his duty His legal ability and his wonderful power of delivery have given him reputation wherever reports of the great trials In which he has ten part have been read Hs remarkabla ability has caused him to be knoyn in every hamlet In Kentucky Mr Franklin has taken part in all the Democratic campaigns for many years and he is recognized as easily one of tho best campaigners in the State G M BRID6EFORDv Interior decorations done to suit all tastesIn oil colors fresco colors wall paper relief etc ICollins Bldg Main Street Home Phone 34 bn fiU JAr breds and American Saddle horses Time classification is exceptional and classes of live stock aro lib erally presented In the boef cattle department the best specimens of Shorthorns Herefords AberdeenAn gus andFat Q ck rJ kAA oxhlbHed Associations representing these rI r7lff r rlitJt tATLmpAY AYC1U11 ilfoss itI=n riio left over from our July ance Sale are now on ou ters marked ridiculously How thrifty will sna them up for summer wa yandchildrens wear In lon to our Remnants w reduced prices on every sumof name few of may bargains to be here j j Hose Swiss per Parasols q a enemles n a t r f i t p JI r a f x J OjCLEARANCE SALE 1J PRICESI ONIII 1 Extraordinary j Values in BeadyI toWearGarmeats J Summer Clear r ance SaleJl f I A few more of those Eton Suits left which we are selling out 500atmrii r tSklrtsof original prices h One lot of Extra Heavy Black Silk Petticoats Special Ii 500i 1flj Great Reduction on Silk and Woolen Dress Goods Big cut on Cottons Ginghams Percales Shirtings andPCalicoes Dont fall to visit our store today and save moneyA UI Kagin Bro AT BRIDGE lTbreeds have added to the premium list to stimulate competition Tho display of Jersey cattle will be one ofv the finest ever seen In thoi South The poultry and pigeon department willbo extraordinary 231 prizes bo J ing offered The carntvcal foatung will betithe best over ridl Kentucky s iM w T ft AYAUGUI 8 1908- hri m XDY L 1 n JN E O IT iiCOME AND SEE Society Calendar f rAUGUST 8 Mrs Clarence Julian and IrS Sam South will be the hostessesjat the Country Club Saturday afte n m a MASTER BURDETT j Friends in Frankfort were in re celpt during the early part oHhe week of news from Point Pleasant Vir ginia of the arrival of a fine son to Mr and Mrs Pearl T Bjftdett tf Sunday evening Mr and VMrs Bur sr dett are spending the summer in Vir glnia as the guest of her parents eonngrsMtr = 3 n 1 IN THE EASTwMessrs Jordan Hoge ahd Gavin Morris left Thursday evenln over ii the Chesapeake Ohio Railway for r Portland Maine where r hey wi ii spend a ten days vacation En routs r Ihome they will spend a few days at t Boston Mass Wahlngton P C and f tPhiladelphia reaching Atlantic City rt of the mon4at which place they will remain a reek ilMISS OREAR f LEADS ELKS GERMAN ILL The Entertainment Committee of the Elks Fair at Winchester delight ij fully entertained with a get man Wed nesday qyening at the Auditorium in fj3 honor of the many visiting ladles who r were in Winchester attending the fair beautihfully decorated for the occasion with numerous potted palms ftrid varied summer blossoms Miss Helen i ORear of this city who the gues of Miss Anna Mae Hlsl aurlng the fair and Mr Austin Reeserof Win l s cheater lead the german and Intro duped quite a new and pretty figures hundred numberIguests were pr OUTING PARTI I FOR MISS NELSON Irr honor of Miss ClaijJL Annetta Nelson who is the guest of friends JII In Louisville Miss Katherine Stone trtitr entertained Monday afternoon with a his r r A c oo Of saVing THIS SALE PAYS YOU DIV1DEHD A f2500 Suit for 1500 You save fclOOO A 500 Skirt for 300 You save 200 A 150 Waist for100Y- ou save tfOc 25c Lawns for15cYou save 10c delightful outing party at Shawnee Park at which many pleasant games were Indulged In At five oclock a sumptuous supper wag served after which the party boarded cars for Fountaine Ferry Park where they they were entertained with a dance COMPASS BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINEDMrs Quintell and Miss the members of the Comppaas Bridge Club Tuesday afternoon on the opal clous veranda at the Country Cab The highest score for the North and South was made by Mrs George B Harper and Miss Carrie Weitzel For the East and West by Miss Irene Qalntell and Miss Nina Visscher These two last were the substitutes for Mrs John H Stuart and Mrs A C VanWInkleAfter a dainty luncheon was served the members of the club and their guests at which the tables w re profusely decorated with yolloN dafatesr TIT RIVER PARTY FOR MISS PETER One of the most delightful river parties of the summer season was given Wednesday afternoon by Dr and Mrs Sam E James in honor of their attractive guest Miss Letty Lee Peter of Louisville The party left at four oclock aboard Dr James house boat which vjis propelled bthe gasolineljaunc Rescuegoing up the river nse r- as the Big Eddy A most appetlz ng luncheon was served the party before the return home which was matte by moonlight Those who composed the party were Miss Letty Lee Peter Henrietta am Lillian Poyntz Elise DandrIdge and Rebecca Watson Messrs Chas Clay on Pruett Graham Carl Quintell George Gayle D D Smith and Johi Cannon pro and Mrs s iJamesJudge and Mrs S W Hager arid Mr and Mrs H Y McChesnejr k K OF C TOURISTS NOW IN SWITZERLAND Mr Frank Heeney who left here ti 9 I Scfool1ayt I WILL SOON BE HERE WE HAVE A BEAU TIFUL LINE OF GINGHAMS CAMBRICS PERCALS AtiD PENANGS SUITABLE FOR SCHOOL PRESSES SPA ALSO HAVE A iI PULL STQCJK OF OTHER SUITINGS CALL I AND SEE US tl1F J HEENEY I L1 T 1n rl 0 t kSrly In July for Montreal Canada where he Joined the Knights of Col umbus Club of New York for a tour cf the principal points of Interest In Eturope is now at Luzerne Switzer land from which place he writes to friends here giving a glowing account ol his trip and the many points of interest he has visited while away Mr Heeney will leave the party on August the 25th for Ireland where he will spend several weeks with friends in Belfast and Qublln He expects to each home during the latter part of Mr and Mrs W B Harper have re red from a brief visit with friends Woodford county Miss Jennie Farris Railey spent the week in Midway as the guest ot Miss Katharine Wallace Miss Cora B Lee spent the week in Midway as the guest of Miss Alice BaxterMr A H McClure left Monday for New York where he will remain two weeks on business Mrs Matt Cochrane and Miss Loula Cochrane of Eminence are theguests of Mr and Mrs James Hughes Miss Mary M Coke has returned to her home in Lexington after a pleas ant visit of ten days with relatives in the county Miss Isabelle Tobln returned Wed nesday from Lebanon where she spent two weeks with her sister Mrs R N Wathen Miss Elizabeth Mae Matlgan left Monday for Winchester where she will spend two weeks with her aunt Miss Elizabeth Burke Mr and Mrs Clarence Fugazzi of Lexington spent Monday here as the guests of friends Miss Curry Nugent of Lexington came Wednesday for avisit with her aunts Misses kat1eand Margaret Kiernan Mr and Mrs VmA Lutkemler spent Sunday m Lexington as the guests of friends VicksIwithy the Misses Ghlnn on Wapping street Misses Sophia and Lutle Bryant of Versailles spent they week here as the guests of Miss Gordie Jeffers Mr A R Dunlap who has been spending a two weks vacatiqn with his father Mr W G Dunlap nt Dan ville will return here tomorrow MrsJ Rockwell Smith has returned to her home in Shelbyvllle after a weeks visit with Mrs Mabel Magof fln Mles Tiny Howard left Thursday for JRnjrent where she will spend a two weeks vacation f Mr Frank China left Thursday morning for South Yarmouth Mass where he will spend two weeks as the guest of Mr and Mrs Chas H Davis lilies Ruth Stoll of Louisville came Tuesday for a visit with her cousin Miss Florle Rodmm Mr Oscar L Moore formerly of Frankfort but now making his home in Chicago was hero during the week Dr and Mrs E C Roemele and son faster Eugene Jf returned Tuesday from Mason courtiy where they spent two weeks with relatives Capt and Mrs Wm N Hughes left Thursday for Dawson Springs where they will spend a two weeks vacation Mls3 Lucy Addams has returned tc her home In Cynthlana after a visit of several weeks with Mrs Lula B LougmoorMr A Gorman of Louisville spent the weeks end here the guest of Mr William 3V Gorman and famlly Mr and Mrs Dan Farley of Louis ville came Monday for a weeks visit with the latters parents Mr anti Mrs EJugene Phillips Miss May Robanls has returned to her home in Harrodsburg after a brief visit with Mr and Mrs Wm H Van Winkle Mrs Joseph Lane left Tuesday for Maysville where she will spend two weeks with her mother Mrs Ellen Murphy In Mason county Mr and Mrs J S Kendrick have returned to their home in Shelbyvllle after a weeks stay with relatives here Miss Bonnie Bergen left Thursday for Lexington where she will spend a week with Mrs Mary Hegerty after which she goes for a weeks stay at TorrentMr F Johnson has returned from Midway where he made a brief visit with his cousin Miss Ella John son at the orphan school Rev Richard L McCready of Cres cent Hill left Tuesday for California whero he will spend a months vaca tionMr and Mrs James Creel and chil dren havo returned to their home in Louisville after a visit with Mr Geo C Shaw and family Mrs Owen W Thomas of Louisville left Wednesday for Grand Rap ids Mich where she will visit her sister Mrs George Burton Armstrong Mr Joseph Le Compte of Lexing ton spent the weeks end here the guest of Mr anti Mrs J W Gayle Miss Eliza Newton left Thursday for Harrodsburg where she will spend a week with Mrs M M Da vless i J J v scar Vest o t 9w nton was- among the visitors here during taib week Mii Annie Bailey was In Lexington during the week the guest of friends Mrs Carrie Manderville spent Sun day in Louisville as the guest of Mr Fred Kellner and family Mrs Adele G Tanner apent several days during the week in Louisville as the guest of friends Mr John Hudson and family of Louisville came Monday for a two weeks visit with Mrs Sallie Payne Miss Norma Hcuchins entertained- as her guest during the week Miss Parlela Coulton of Richmond Miss Ruth Brown spent the week n ton aj Uie guest of Mr and M Hansborough- Elizabeth Hulett is spending a two weeks vacation with relatives at Knoxvllle Tenn Mrs Hiram Berry and Miss Clint Cunningham spent Wednesday in Lexington the guests of friends Miss Clara Scott has returned from Lebanon where she was the guest of Mrs John A Burton Miss Eleanor ODonnell has re turned from St Louis where she spent a month the guest of Miss Adallne Newman Miss Mary Page left Tuesday for Indianapolis Ind where she will be the guest of her brother Mr Thos Page Col Chas E Hoge left Monday for Hot Springs Virginia where he will spent a two weeks vacation Miss Sallie Chinn spent the week on Ind the guest of Mrs Trumbo has returned n after a ten days vacation her mother Mrs R M Trur 1 10J Murray and son Master CllfWQ returned Tuesday to their homw at Indianapolis after a visit with nor sister Mrs Wm Lee Miss Gertrude Maloney has re turned to her home in Woodford county after a visit or several weeks with Miss Margaret Gibbons Miss Virginia Thomas left Thurs day for Lexington where she will spend a week with Mr and Mrs C Gran Graham Miss May Nell left yesterday for rulahoma Tenn where she will spend two weeks as the guest of Wm Haycraft now making his homo at Greenville MiSs came Thursday to spend his vacation with his mother Mrs Mary Haycraft Miss Anna Buckley of oLuisville came Monday to spend a two weeks vacation with her aunt Mrs Thos J Brlalan Miss Letty Lee Peter returned Thursday to her home in Louisville after a pleasant visit of two weeks with the Misses Poyntz and Dr and Mrs Sam E James Mr and Mrs Jas H Sower who for several years have been making their home at Lawrenceburg where Mr Sower was connected with the Cedar Brook Distillery have re moved to Louisville where he has been transferred to the offices of the Ky Distilleries and Warehouse Co Miss Lucy Rodman has returned from Louisville where she was the guest of Dr and Mrs H N Leavell She was quite extensively entertained luring her stay Mrs Stephen Trabue of Louisville who has been spending the summer with her mother Mrs Sam South left Wednesday for New York where she andiaugMrs It E Baker and son Master Russell who have been spending the summer with her parents Capt and Mrs N 1 McDaniel left Wednesday for Shelbyvllle where they will spend a few days with her sister Mrs Crowning en route home Mr Edgar B Hume left Wednesday for New York where he will spend a week with his mother Mrs E E Hume who has been there for several weeks Before returning he will spend a week with college Mends in Boston Mass Mr Told Crutcher anti family will leave this afternoon for Torrent Mr Crutcher will return early in the week while Mrs Crutcher and the children will remain for a visit of a week or ten days Mrs A H McClure and children left Wednesday for Harrodsburg whero they will spend a week with her mother Mrs Sallie Bohon Miss Rosalie Van Derveer and Mas ters Stewart and McClelland Van Der veer returned Wednesday from Louisville where they spent a week with their cousin Miss Eleanor Pusey sir Mason Barret of Louisville spent the weeks end here the guest of his mother Mrs Wm F Barret He left Monday morning for Michigan where he will spend a two weeks vacationDr B limes of Render Ky spent the week hero as the guest of his sister Miss Margaret Innes in the county Miss HettIe Jones of Lexington who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Frank P James left Thursday for Fort Thomas where she will visit Mrs Mollle Scott I r v4 s a f t Misses Lottie Nannie Virginia and Annie leave this morning for Estlll Springs where they will re main two weeks Mm Wm Lane left for Canada whero he will spend a two weeks vacation as the guest of Mr Noah Howard a former boy who is now Hotel at Sanwich Ontario Mrs H P Mason and son Mr Chas Mason and Mr and R IIa son left Falls where they will spend a Week atter which they go to Canada where they will remain a month visiting the many points of interest Mr Wm S Farmer leaves during the coming week for New York where he will remain two weeks the fall and buying a superb stock of the latest creations in ladies Mrs Belle Sanders Allen has turned to and will be at the Galt House until her for Mich later in the month Miss Ann of came for a visit With Miss Aubyn Chinn Mr and Mrs Rodman M Keenon ot spent the here the guests of friends o tPAGE FIVI 1 Ii Weitzels August Clearancep 0sa1eT Now Going On Rathskeller Soup la Bedaille The Only Beer Haucks Special Dark A SCHNEIDER JR Bridgeford Thursday Frankfort managing Chappels DlrsSam Thursday forNiagara attending openings readytowear garments Louisville departure Petoskey Creushaw Versailles Thursday Harrodsburg Teek MIMrsMiss Elizabeth Goff Sherley and Mrs Snyder of Louisville returned yes terday from Mt Sterling where they spent several days with relatives o GOV WILLSON EXPECTED TO PARDON DUNCAN Governor Willson has under consld eratlon the case of Walker Duncan luRxfllnghisby night riders shot and kllled New ton Hazelett on the public road and it is believed that the Governor will pardon Duncan NoORGANIZED CHARITY At the time for the regular meet lag there being no quorum an Informal discussion of finances and the practical work was had by the members of the Board of Associated Charities who were present In the absence of the superintend ent Miss Redding for a short Yaca tlon the secretary and others are do Ing effective work o We would like to show you ow superb line of up to cbte sample modern printing Opens Sept 9 Mr Bertha cot- trJCHOOL Primary Intermediate and College Preparatory Depart ments Languages a Special tyApply to 302 Shelby Street for term t CAVERN Located In Wilderness Of Ed monson County a i Has Been Known To Native Centuryo WrltingWh SmiTFs Grove InWai ren county to an eastern magazine a correspondent tells of a wonderful cavern which has beeaeknowxo exist for more than a century but as yet has never been fully explored It Is located In the wildest portion ky of Edmonson county Kentucky and that means that It Is located among wilds unsurpassed by any region on earth Cliffs tower for most 400 feet and deep gorges and roaring mountain streams are seen on every side The location Is abou threefourths of a mile from Nolyi river and on Briar Creek This is not far from the famous Dismal Rock This cavern has been known to the natives in this section for more tilliD one hundred years but so carefully have they guarded their secret that this is the first Information the out- Side world will have of toe existence of this natural wonder The cavern Was first discovered by William May In the year 1782 He and Roger Barton both of Virginia were locating lands at the time when they were attacked by a bear The bear was wounded and retreated Into his cav- ernr They pursued It and discover d this natural wonder which has been known to the natives ever since The entrance Is at the base of n cliff which is about 200 feet in huisht When the explorer enters he mme diately feels that there is something different from other caves The pas Bjige Is narrow not over twentyfiv feet in width and the walls arc ah solutelY dry The floor is of lIlY sun He does not go far until he realizes that he Is going down down Into 1h vary bowels of the earth Upon rove tigation he learns that the floor is a f perfect Incline and that the angle is about twentyfive degrees He mover rapidly and the silence is oppressive Not a living Insect Is seen or heart and not a sound of dropping wafer After having traveled a distance of about three miles and when he has reached a depth of about 1000 feet low the entrance he stops entranced and awestruct at the spectacle that bars his passage By the torchlight fit ne sees a sheet of waving white that coinpetely closes the cave He stops and listens but hears no sound yep the presence Is there beckoning him to come He approaches a Jittlo near ashenit burst upon his vision and he knows the white object upon which he gazes is water Such is the case At the end cf the cave Is a solU column of water dropping from above and falling through the floor beneath It le not a cataract It Is a volume of wa ter falling through the cave It strikes nothing beneath the floor is dry It comes from no place above spacefAll this Is wonderful but the most wonderful thing Is the eternal silence Thousands of tons of water all falling continuously and still no sound The explorer stands In awe before this fjhostly spectacle He knows that he Is many hundred feet below the bed of say known stream of water in this Eecton still here Is this great volume t still descending He wonders what is tpyond the water but he knows there Is no way to find It out He 1wonders how deep Is the fissure into Which this stream falls but when ho v thinks to approach nearer an l cast a stone tied to a string his knees quake and he draws further away At last overcome with his surroundings he turns to flee from the place but ho flnds It no easy matter to do The In cline is great and it Is with slow and weary step he plods his way back to ward the entrance If he will pause on his way long enough he will se that centuries ago s this cave was explored by another tfrace than ours There Is the Imprint of a bare foot made In the sand so long ago that the sand has become tisolid rock By actual measurement the length of the track is eighteen inchesLrF None but those with brave hearts t need enter this cavern The silence Is lR1ao oppressive that the nerves become and when face to face vHli this moving living body of water it i ssfa more than the 0 weak can bear i Richmond shut out Winchester Thursday by a score of 6 toO o It We print anything and iro print TWYthfne right til r frf yiMiMk T f Kehoe Nominated By Acclamation Ninth District Democratic Convention Names Maysvllle Man for Congress The Democracy of the Ninth Congressional district have met held a genuine oldtime love feast and their work is now history The Hon James N Kehoe former Congressman from the ninth district was chosen the partys standard bearer upon the first ballot at the Clyffeside Casino Wednesday afternoon and upon motion of the Hot ElgarBHtiger his unsugiful op po Ill uAe honor Mr Kehoe nomination was declared by unanimous vote of the convention The Hon W A Young chairman of the Congressional Executive Committee called the convention to order and appointed Henry Sullivan of Lawrence county to the secretarys tabs M J Hennesy of Bracken county was placed in nomination for tempo rary chairman by Robert Wilson who upon motion of Capt T D Marcus of Boyd was chosen by acclamation Henry Sullivan of Lawrence and Paul Heflin of Fleming were chose temporary secretaries The entire temporary organizatlo was made permanent The usual Committee on Credentials was dispense with and all delegates present seated as the duly accredited represntatlv pf their respective counties On a rol1 call of the counties each count named a member of the Resolution Committee as follows Bath J W Layne Boyd R H Vas zant Bracken E F Maccabee Car ter George W Field Fleming J D Faulkner Greenup W T Cole Harrison Hansom Peters Lawrence A J Garred Lewis Henry McElhenny Mason A G Sulzer Nicholas O B Cox Robertson G W Deltrick Rowan A W Young While the committee were deliberating a number of leading Democrats enlivened and entertained the convention with short speeches among them were the Hon S W Hager late candidate for Governor E E Lawrence who recently withdrew from the race for Congressional nomination M J Hennessy and Col George Castle of Lawrence county who holds a position at Washington The committee reported the following resolution which was adopted b unanimous vote We the Democrats of the Ninth Congressional District of Kentucky in convention assembled do hereby affirm our belief in and allegiance for the time favored principles of Demo cracy as associated lij the platforn adopted by the National Democratic Convention at Denver In July 1908 and rejoice in the harmony which pre vails within the ranks of the Demo cratic party of our own State We congratulate the Democracy ol the nation in the selection of WH slam Jennings Bryan and John W Kern as our standard bearers and we pledge to them our earnest and loyaj supportThe Hon T D Slattery of the county of Mason placed before the convention the name of Mr Kehoe and a seconding speech was made by George Wycoff of Nicholas Mr Hager was placed in nomination by Judge P K Malln of Ashland and J M Ward of Carter county and the Hon W A Young of Rowan county seconded his nomination Great enthuslasiu was manifested throughout the entire proceedings In the rollcall of counties for voting the result was as follows Bath Kehoe 8 Boyd Hager 9 Bracken Kehoe 8 Carter Hager 7 Fleming Kehoe 9 Greenup Hager 6 Harrison Hager 13 Lawrence Hager 9 Lewis Kehoe 6 Mason Kehoe 14 Nicholas Kehoe 9 Robert son Kehoe 4 Rowan Hager 3 Mr Hager then came to the platform and asked that Mr Kehoes nomination be made by unanimous vote which was done and then speech burning with eloquence for which Mr Hager is noted and full jf patriotism he declared his fidelity to the party and allegiance to the nominee His utterances were recelr sd with the wildest enthusiasm on the part of the convention In accepting the nomination Mr Cehoe again asserted his firmness in his belief that he could redeem the district at the conclusion of which he was warmly congratulated by his riends and those who had differed with him as to the advisability of his entering the race o How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated oleys Orino Laxative cures chronic constipation by regulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Foleys Orino laxative does not nauseate or griped Is mild and pleasant to take Re fuse substitutes For sale by all druggists o Good printing and moderato priow is our hobby 1 Assl rnentof StbrBrs And Gqjigers WHERE REVENUE MEN IN THIS DISTRICT WILL BE ON DUTY DURING AUGUST No IStoll Co Lexington W D Blanding day Amos Griffith ditional and bottling A G Leonard gaugerNo 2 Kentucky River Distillery Frankfort J L Cox day J R Spiers additional C M Cash additional W SaugerMaysvllle J S Walllngford day Frank Harting additional and bot thing P D Wells gauger No 4W A Gaines Co Frankfort S A Powell day J G Barnett additional C H Morgan additional- I T West additional W A Hamilton bottling John Stephanski gaug er- No5James E Pepper Co Lexington John T Gunn day Z J Phelps additional J H Murray ditional R Strauss additional D C Berryman gauger No 6Poyntz Brothers Co Mays Vllle Oscar Grigsby storekeeper gaugerNo 9S J Greenbaum Midway J W Black day H S Sinclair add tlonal P G Powell addlt P Parrish bottling W T gaugerNo 10 Peacock Distil serton C L Hough d hI additional and bottling B Berry man gauger No itS C Herbst FnflBrt J G Brawner storekeeper gau No 14G G White Co Paris J P Hutchcraft day W S Lyne adds tional and bottling D C Berryman gaugerNo 17Old McBrayer Distillery Co Mt Sterling J J Kerns day N A Moore additional and bottling A G Leonard gauger No 24J H Rogers Co Mays ville HG Holliday day W C Slye additional and bottling P D Wells gauger No 32John T Barbee Co Ver saillesS D Pinkerton storekeeper gaugerNo 33George Baker Frankfort Speed F Owen day L A Slade additional D Harp additional S P Willis additional and bottling John Stepbanski gauger No 37John Cochran Co Frank fort B McElroy day R H Whit tington additional and bottling John Stephanski guger No 46 James E Pepper Co Yarnallton J M Burbridge day E F Darnaby additional and bottling T H Shelby ganger No 5oW J Frazier Co Versailles Gus Whitehouse storekeep ergaugerNo Labrot Graham Frank fort C H Talbott day E Craig additional and bottling A V Combs 53E Taylor Jr Sons Frankfort J R Dagley day J11 Fraley additional DE Reid addi tional H S Bell bottling A V Combs gauger No 77Julius Kesler Com pany Paris William Russell day Throckmorton additional W B Anderson bottling D C Berryman gauger No 91J J M Saffell Frank fort U G Carey day A W Nazor additional and bottling F po Clark 96J N Blakemore Farmdale A B Piper and J M Tanner store keepergaugersNo Springs Distillery Co Stamping Ground R A Geers Btorekeepergauger No 106W A Gaines Co Frank tort B F Fannin day T J Craig additional Chilton Osborne additional P S Rule additional George T Scearce additional L R Diggs ad iitional L L Lemaster bottling H T Gaines gauger No 113George T Stagg Co Frankfort W M Saffell day Geo W McConnell additional J A Logan idditional D B Walcutt bottling H T Gaines gauger Lexington Public Warehouse Co Lexington T L McConnell and W F Croghan storek eper augers General storekeepergauger Lexington Garland R Bullock Lexington Rectifiers Shannon 3o R S Strader Son Jas E rep per Co T H Shelby gauger Frankfort Rectifiers J P Williams A V Combs gauger o A Boon to Elderly People Most elderly people have some kidney or bladder disorder that is both painful and dangerous Foleys Kid ley remedy has proven a boon to many elderly people as it stimulates the urinary organs corrects Irregularl tics and tones up the system Commence taking Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and be vigorous For sale by all druggist KENTUCKY STATE FAIR RACES Horse racing always an attraction at a State Fair and more especially at an exhibition held under Southern skies will Oe featured more than at any previous State Fair The new halfmile track now in process of con struction when completed will be one of the fastest half mile courses In the country and there Is every indication for a firstclass harness race meeting this fall Four stake five purse and throe gentlemens road races have been announced in addition to these there will be two funning races each day so the Kentuckian who thinks that his days visit at a fair is incom plete without seeing a firstclass race will not be disappointed at fyears State Fair Among the el closing events are the Kentucky B ers Association stake for 220 I ters the Louisville Retail Merch Association stake for 230 trotte and the Louisville Commercial Clul stake for 218 pacers Stake entries closed July 14th purse entries clos Sept 7th and entries for the cup races at 12 oclock the day before the race The stake races will be contested on the three In five heat plan with a fiveheat limit and the purse races on the two in three heat plan It is thi ultimate Intention of the State Fait management to build a full mile tract encircling the present halfmile course which if the hopes of those in charge of the racing program are realized will compare favorably with the best State Fair mile tracks in the country and Louisville will doubtless becom one of the most popular trainini grounds in the country SPECIAL NIGHTS ATTijEK- ENTUCKY STATE FAIR J V Beckman manager of the Re taU Merchants Association ot Louisville is general chairman of the Spe cial Nights Committee and has been busily engaged for several weeks In arranging the most attractive night programs possible Monday night will be School Chil drens Night Prof E H Mark super- Intendent of the Louisville public schools Is chairman of the committee IK charge for that night Tuesday will be German American Night with Mr Louis Seelbach In charge Wednesday Labor Night John Young president of the Federa tion of Labor chairman Thursday Military Night Col W B Haldeman commander of the First Kentucky reg iment chairman Friday Irish American Night Thomas McCabe chair man Saturday Farewell Night W A Robinson chairman The show rings on Saturday will be especially interesting on account of the various horse championships being awarded that day MACHINERY EXHIBITS AT THE STATE FAIR An unusually large exhibit of farm implements and machinery is in pros pect Owing to the incompleteness of the State Fair the exhibitors of this department do not share the same ad vantages afforded them by some of the older institutions In the way of large machinery halls but every other fa cility and accommodation will be at their disposal Commodious space will be assigned to this department and already a large number of applications are on file Including manufacturers of engines pumps stock scales fencing mills road machines vehi machinesutensil used by the farmer The farm er who desires to be instructed in the use of better methods and better ma chinery will have a great object lesson before him at this Fair COLLIE DOGS AT THE STATE FAIR The collie dog exhibit at the Ken tucky State Fair promises to be a greater attraction than ever before new departure one entirely original and the first ever held in this section will be a sheep trial given by an pert which will show the usefulness- of the collie to thefarraer A credita ble show of this nature will appeal to very collie fancier as four points are to be gained by owners toward championship medal by American Kennel Club It Is expected that this years show will bring out 150 collies includ ing many famous Eastern dogs The sheep trial will be started by expert Eastern dogs Any farmer In the stew iesiring to train up his dogs along this line and can compete will be eligible STUDENTS JUDGING CONTEST Following a plan devised by the older state fair Institutions of the coun try and one that has proved eminently successful at all the great Western airs as wellas a progressive step in the interests of agricultural education Commissioner Rankin has offered 100 In cash for a scholarship to the Agri cultural Department of the State Uni ersity for the young man under twen gone years of age doing tho best work In livestock judging at the Ken tucky State Fair of 1908 contestant to bo required to file a written opinion with the reasons therefor on horses tattle swine and sheep exhibits Correctness of selection will count 55 points and reasons substantiating the same 45 points The Kentucky State Fair management has arranged a free amusement rogram which alone is worth the prfoc of admission For catalogue entry blanks or other formation write J W Kawznan Sec retar7 MO PMlftbM Building Louis v1l1e iiiiiiiiii 10 PER CENT I OFF sr On EverutUing In our HOUSED We are remodeling our store to make more room l We are adding 5000 square feet and when completed wewiJ then have 15CCO feet of floor spacj We are compelled to have mor and in order to red ewe are offering 10 Per Cent Off I On ev N erything in o u r house Now is the time to buy Furniture V Carpets Rugs Mat tings at a very low figure If not satisfac tory for you to pay cashtf you can make l arrangements with us as to terms GEORGE H STEILII KENTUCKY BIGGEST SHOW I SEPT1415 1617 18191908 SIX BIG DAYS DADvY TRACES l 25000 IN PREMIUMS WBBHSS SIDESHOWSBANDRBBArTRAcTlON0 Here is the place to display your live stock and farm products to meet your friends and to combine amusement with information Show every day rain or shine in our new 100000 Live Stock Pavilion Be one of the quarter of a million to visit this years Fair LOW RAILROAD RATES For information entry blanKs or catalog add8ssIJ W NEWMAN Secretary X q Summer Vacation Trips VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE TO THE Lake Seaside and Mountain Resorts Summer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale If you Intend taking a trip out blank and mall for Information H C KINO C P A 101 East Main St Lexington Ky Name Address Destination Board Of Regents Postpone Action ON SELECTION OF SITE FOR NEW BUILDINGS AT WESTERN NORMAL SCHOOL The matter of the location of the now buildings for the Western Nor mal School at Bowling Green has been postponed until August 17 by which time It Is hoped that Mr Cole the absent regent and Prof Crabbe Ii i y the Superintendent of Public Iqstruc tion who is exofllclo a member can be present and participate In the de liberations of the board The options on the various sites have been ex tended by the owners to give time for a carefu review of the situation toGood work costs inferior work Why shouldnt good printing come a little higher than the shoddy kind Ask the leading merIchants of Frankfort who does the printing wo will abide by their deci1lion I lisRTURDAY AUGI Diamond Duci By TilE FAN Grass League Standings Won Lost PC KFORT 29 16 644 hooburg 22 19 537 oud 27 24 529 n 24 24 500 He 21f 23 477 ter 14 31 311 eton Ponies took the v xln ton ihnrsda noon by a st re to 1 Fe on did the twirling for the Liwn ers and whl he did well MCCOrl ock was there with the 1gdods for the Thoroughbreds and ti had Chicks bunch at his mercy h Richmond will be here Sunday ac f icompanied by a big bunch of rooters AThe Lawrenceburg Distillers who- i have had pennant aspirations buzzing In their little bonnets lately on ac Ilcount of having won seven straight tjgames had all the starch knocked Wo tt of them when they faced the fIIlghty Lawmakers here Tuesday af The Anderson county boys iternoon as usual their best mate m rial to do the slab work but they were simply out classed at every stage of Itheg me Old Reliable Rasty Wright was looking after Frankforts interest In the box and he certain ljIyproved a mystery to the country boys e The visitors used three of their twirlers Summers who his 4lest hailed far and near as the best in the league got his in less than 1three Innings Schreader then went in but Chicks boys had their lamps r in the plnlj of condition and added more tallies The Manager then usher ed OBannon to the box and he fared a little better The Lawrence burg bofs were accompanied by a big crowd of loyal rooters but they 6bli had a sorry story to tell when l they returned home and their lungs t were still Intact having had no oc putpifuP the best game they have during the entire season not one of them received an error during the 4afternoon and their batting eyes were unusually good The visitors managed to get one man over the plate in the ninth while the score rymay had already hung up nine tallies for the local boys The fea jl tures of the game was the superb work of Wright on the slab and the runs of Big Dutch Zurlage ihome Red Bohannan Both of these picked out ones that went sail manytt feet to spare t Score By Innings 1t 123456789Th Frankfort 02330010 9 Lawberg 00000000 11V BohanncoiHome Runs Zurlage i Two Base HitLeo Angermeler Fox 7 Sacrifice ItGest Wright Leo An gormeier Stolen BasesLeo Anger meter 2 Chapman Struck OutBy 0BaanonISommers 1 Schreader 1 Bq OBan non 1 Earned RunsFrankfort 7 Lawrenceburg 1 Left on Bases Frankfort 7 Lawrenceburg 7 Passed Ball Yantz Hit by Pitcher Hoff I man by Sommers The Lawmakers are making a brll lIant light for the flag just now and fc provided the fans rally to their sup lJi port financially there is little doubt but what they will bring the pennant tto the Capital City It takes money and a big lot of It to employ pen J T nantWlnnlng players and if the lovers ni of the game desire to see Frankfort it r U victorious they should dig down in 19 t their Jeans and turn loose some v dough aA The gate receipts wont pull the managers out and the only thing to jpf dc now is for the fans to cough up a Other towns qf the league have con trlbuted freely to their teams and wet isee no reason why the people of Frankfort wont do likewise Tljf J V Texas Meyers who has been play thisJJ t L r l Efforts to stamp out gambling in base ball will Imraedlately be made by the American League President Johnson of the league announced that he will Issue a bulletin to every SAmerican League club calling ntlnn tlpn to the prevalence of betting and lyp asking each club owner to enforce proinhibitingf age gamblers it may be necessary to jtvjiiaco under arrest every oni caught ll t making bets at base ball parks p There Is no question but that gamb llore who have been put out of busl vness by adverse legislation against the turf have flocked to base ball said Mr Johnson It has becom an evil which must be nipped now the game Is to bo kept clean Kennedys Lawmakers went down in defeat at Shelbyvllle Wednesday at the hands of the Millers of that place by a score of 16 to 13 Fergu IIn was knocked from the rubber In tae first Inning and Cornell took his place and did well up to the seventh when the balloon came along The Millers used three pitchers Manager Kennedy has protested the game on the grounds that Kuhn Millers first seeker batted out of his time and he believes he has just as much ground for a kick as the other clubs have Old Chick has good reasons to believe that President Hammond will order this game to be played over on account of Kuhn violating the rules Better smoke up old fellow and wager your lost bean that the brilliant President will hand you one something like this The game between Shelbyvllle and Frankfort on August 5th must stand as decided by the umpire Nibs Allison who was injured in the LexingtonFrankfort game last week has gone to his old home at Bowling Green to visit his parents He expects to be back in the game in the course of a week Nibs Is one of the best short stops In the country and is a general favorite with the fans throughout this section of the State Rasty Wright won his eighth straight game here Tuesday afternoon and walked the first man in 68 innings He has not lost a game this season and on several occaj sions he has won his own game with the willow The little knockers who have been claiming that the Mayor of Hatton is a has been will have to change their tactics Buz Steele was In the game good and proper Tuesday and his batting lamp was unusually good Gesfe and Burke the Lawmakers latest recruits are there with the goods and play fast ball Fans returning yesterday from Win chester say that trouble Is brewing for Umpire Davenny who officiated in the game at that place Big Jeff Elgin kicked so bard and long that the umpire decided that Elgin was disturbing his peace of mind so he sent Elgin to the bench Wahoo went behind the bat add Bill Hayden came Into first The game will be protested by Manager Sheets it is said and the local fans confidently expect that the claim will be allowed Tuesdays Lexington Herald Its a hundred to one shot that Presi dent Hammond will order this game to bo played over as his favorite club lost The name of the Blue Grass League should be changed to the Hammond League Mr Hammond is not only the President of the B G L but he constitutes himself the Board flDirectors and makes new rules whenever he wants to The most radical decision over heard of in base ball annals was the one authorizing the FrankfortShelbyvllle game of a few weeks ago to be played over There is absolutely no ground for such ruling and we would like to know where he got his dope from At first we thought that the Blue Grass League would be run after the order of the big leagues but we find now that wo the very badly mistaken We are exceedingly anxious for Mr Hammond to produce his book of rules where the president Is endowed with authority to order a game to be played over simply on account of the umpire who had broken no rules whatever If the umps had broken some rules there would have been some excuse but as to rules there seem to be none except the ones Mr Hammond makes himself A big bunch of fans front this city witnessed this game at Sholbyvllle and they all claim that the game was won fair and square by the Lamakers and instead of the Millers registering a protest each ono of Arthur Longs kickers should have been fined or fired from the league for tho dirty Itreatment a warded Umpire Rcllly upon the dia mond Mr Hammond tried to make his little game strong by attaching a can to Reillys coat tnilbut that wont do This ruling will cause no end of troublp in the future for every time a club is defeated all tho losing t team will have to do Is to raise a howl that the amps wasnt fair and provided its any other club but the Lawmakers Mr Hammond will order the game to be played again It is said by the knowing ones that President Hammond is Interested fiI ponteSjlnnd Saturday last was the day agreedon when no more players could be sign ed for this season and with the ex jeptlon of the Ponies every club had line up completed Lit tlq ny Sheets it seems wasnt as rote as the other managers and searching far and wide far mate rfcr his club but in some man TIST could not land them before the limit was up What did Mr Ham mond do Why he extended the time eight more days This Is an other one of Hammonds famous rul ings It looks to us like the Presi dent is dishing out great big juicy lemons to the Frankfort boys but the Lawmakers are powerless this season and will be forced to abide by his radical rulings Mr Hammond is a fine fellow personally but he Is not the man to be President of the Blue- Grass League If he dont know the game he should resign and let some one have his phat Job that does The Thoroughbreds were the victors in yesterdays contest with the Law makers at the local Belt Line park The game was marked by numerous complaints of Frankfort men to the umpire At the close the Lawmakers decided to contest the game on a close decision ut first in the ninth in ning Fridays Lexington Herald The Louisville Colonels are once more in first place and the entire team Is playing pennantwinning ball The fans of Louisville have gone wild over the prospects of landing the flag and flock to the game by the thou sands Poor old Richmond has struck the toboggan and It looks like she is now doomed for last place Have the boys from Madison lost Interest In the game or is the company getting too fast for them The Distillers defeated the Shelby vllle bunch at Lawrenceburg Thursday by a score of 4 to 3 At the recent meeting of the managers of the Blue Grass League the schedule of the Winchester club was gone over and revised so as to suit the Winchester people who object to Sunday ball It Is a 100 to 1 shot that the season of 1909 of the Blue Grass League will not be run like the present seasons being conducted There should be a board of directors appointed that would have some voice In the meet ings and the President should be a man that is not interested financially in any club Each and every team should be treated allkerno favors be ing shown to a particular few The managers of the Lawmakers have attached a can to Texas Myers and he has returned to his home In Louisville If old Chick had done this some time ago the Frankfort club would have been bet ter off Manager Kennedy hs released Doc Miller the Cincinnati pitcher who came here for a trial out Mil ler had a very bad arm and it seemed was unable to get It Into condition Jnmmy Tilford of jLoulsvllle the best utility player in the State and a general favorite in Shelbyville has signed to play with the Shelbys for the remainder of the season He reached here yesterday morning from the South where he has been playing In the Cotton States League Jimmy will add strength to our team Arthur Long has resigned as field captain for the Shelbys and has been succeeded by Anton Kuhn our peer less first baseman Arthur did nice work while In charge of the locals but on acount of playing the out field desired to relinquish the cap taincy to an infielder He will re main with the club but Is temporarily out of the game on account of an injury to his ankle Kuhn has had considerable experience as captain and we believe will make good Izzy Sanders the local boy who has pitched winning ball for the Shelbys has tendered his reslgna tlon as a member of the team Ths news will be regretted on all sides as Sanders has won more games than any three pitchers that have been on the local staff Dissatisfaction on account of continued knocking by the local fans la said to have caused Sanders to take the stop Shelby News Below Is given the complete bat ting and fielding averages of the teams and players of tho Blue Grass League Strange though It may seem the Versailles iVinciiester com bination club Is at tho bottom of the league in club standing yet loads the I league in team batting Frankfort is next with 243 Lexington Is fifth with an average of 225 In the field ing department Lawrenceburg leads with an average of 941 Richmond cond with 926 and Lexington and Shelbyvllle tie for third place with an average of 920 Kircher of Shel byville leads the individual batting with the remarkable average of 500 Bohannan and Hoffman come next with 380 and 375 respectively FIdler of Richmond Is fourth with 378 and Wahoo of the Thoroughbreds Just behind him with 367 There are 19 men inthe league who are hitting 300 are 14 players who OeTh 1000 thus far this them are pitchers and have participated in a limited number of games The standing as figured out by President George iHammond B Av Fid Av Fieber 237 866 Kimbrough 240 892 Wahoo 367 954 Barnett 337 890 Elgin 1240 959 Hayden 186 961 Sheets 180 849 McCormick 263 932 Frye 163 970 Turner 128 960 Angsmeler Frank 218 840I Echmelz 155 863 Lawrenceburg Hann 302 830 Reer See 947IYant 236 1000 Kelly 203 940 Sumner 175 934 Crain 161 910 Bader 111 1000 Gilbert G170 820 Gaither 211 971 Lindsay 194 910 Schroeder 000 1000 Fox 333 1RichmondArmstrong 239 776 = Welsh 233 834 Fidler 378 930 Chase 320 850 Doherty 242 960 W Parrish 246 964 Lillard 134 850F J Parrish 220 912 Berte 180 918 R Golden 220 892 E Golden 200 960 Grohe 187 1000 Schan I200 926 Gatch 150 942 Shelbyville Byar 326 840 Kraher 288 860 A Long 312 964 P Long 344 870 Strader Lex 324 947 Vernadore 272 905 Keehn 260 989 Owen 108 960 Hemphill 085 962 ONeal G238 720 Hart 078 1000 Kircher 500 1000 Sanders 142 1000 Retsch 152 940 Signac 250 1000 Stone 000 1000 E ONeal 235 920 VersaillesWinchester Hall 155 890 Ingles 200 865 Doyle 347 935 Kellar 300 972 Marmlllot 350 965 McClure 333 500 Gableman 125 1000I Campbell 000 860 Crain 000 750 Proctor 000 1000 Wyatt 200 825 Murphy 143 500I Robertson 000 1000I Baker 250 1000 t Harper 250 900I Frankfort Meyers 194 800 Angemler 216 970 Wright 347 860 Steele 311 910 Welhe 257 897 Ferguson 250 1000 Chapman 248 920 Lurlage 230 1000 Crutcher 153 893 Cornell 199 872 Allison 222 886 Hoffman 375 928 Bohannan 380 840 Weisenstein 111 1000 Nell 204 865 Team Averages Bat Fldg Frankfort 243 916 Richmond 231 926 Lawrenceburg 223 941 Shelbyville 235 920 Lexington 225 920 Versailles WInchester 205 880 Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold A S Nusbaum Batesvllle Indiana writes Last year I suffered for three months with summer cold so dis tressing that It Interfered with my business I had many of the symp toms of hay fever and a doctors pre scription did not reach my case and I took several medicines which seemed only to aggravate It Fortunately I Insisted upon having Foleys Honey and Tar It quickly cured mo My wife has since used Boleys Honey and Tar with the same success For sale by all druggists OLD THYLDR DISTILLERY f THE HOME OF OLD TAYLOR A BEVERAGE WHISKEY OF TOPMOST CLASS BOTTLED IN BOND- Age Proof Genuineness and Measure Are of Government Guarantee E H TAYLOR JR SONS I DISTILLERS Incorporated FRANKFORT KY CLASSIFIED ADVERT1INGS rs All advertisements in these columns are cents per ine for each insertion to be paid for strictly in advance ORSALE CHEAPWe have a 32 Inch Paper Cutter in perfect condi tion that we will sell very Address this office tf or SaleOne 6horse power Peerless portable engine and boiler two second hand McCormick Mowers Cap ital Foundry Machine Novelty Co Holmes street Both For SaleA fine farm of 100 acres 3 miles west of Frankfort on St Johns Pike This property has a good residence and all other neces sary improvements Good tobac co land Plenty of good water and other desirable features SARAH E STIVERS- J C B STIVERS 83tofflplaint Filed Against Q C Route WITH STATE RAILROAD COMMIS SION BY BLUSGRASS TRACTION COMPANY Formal complaint was filed with the State Railroad Commission which net here Wednesday with all of the members present by the Bluegrass Traction Company of Lexington against the Cincinnati New Orleans Texas Railroad Company The traction company complains that the steam road refuses to make freight xnnectlon with the electric line at Georgetown where a Juncture of the tracks of the two roads Is made The electric line desires to have freight transferred from the steam road to its track in carload lots to avoid the necessity of transferring by wogan and claims that the physical connec tion of the tracks makes It entirely reasonable The commission notified the Cincin anti Southern that unless it takes steps to rebuild Its depot at George town at once steps will be taken through the counts to compel It to do so The Georgetown depot burn ed down several months ago and tho commission ordered that It be re builtChairman A T Slier for the commission furnished the required bonds for the costs of the appeal to the Supreme Court of the States which the commission Is prosecuting in the freight rates cases the style of the case at bar being the Louisville and Nosnvllle Railroad Company against the commission e Candidate For r County Judge The Hon Edward Mulcahy who represented Woodford county In the Kentucky Legislature during the ses aloe of 19056 has announced his candidacy for the office of County Judge subject to the action of the Democratic party He will have as his opponent the present County Judge James T Wllholt u tPAGE SEVEN five and cheap Pacific acting United FOR SALEEight Plymouth ROck hens and one rooster one year old 4andClubb strain Also five Black Orplng ton cockrels of best breeding Will sell cheap as I lack room I have both Plymouth Rock and Black Orpington eggs Rocks 160 t and Orpingtons 250 per fifteen T F TALIAFERRO Shelby St Frankfort KeatuckyPOld Phone 453 wanted AgentsTo sell Buttons Badges Medals and Pictures of the Presidential Candidates of both parties Money can be made during the campaign at Rallies Barbe cues Picnics c Write a postal for price list and free samples Address J C Burrow 633 Fourth Ave Louisville K- y82t For SaleFIne full blooded collies Also one mule guaranteed to be sound and will work anywhere you put him Three years old J P Ky Route 2 Box 18 84t CINCINNATI and Return v- iaFCandQfiC Route SundayAU6123 ytff iLEAVINGAsk ticket agent for parlicularsJ ElKhorn Association To Meet At VersaillesI t 1 The Elkhorn Baptist Association will meet with the Versailles church on Tuesday September Mr J R Howard of Lexington is Moderator and Malcolm Thompson of Lexington Clerk of the Association Elkhorn Association Is one of the largest asso I ciations in the State comprising twen tynine churches with a total member ship as last reported of 8816 It embraces tho churches In Scott Fay otte Woodford Bourbon Jessamine and part of Franklin counties f AGE EIGHT lSATURDAY AUGUST 1101 cC Ii IMVII- W BEGINNING SATURDAY AUGUST 8TH 20 i We are going to move in abo Va month to the most magnificent new store in Central Kentucky Wee spreading and growing = = = are going toIadd several new departments TH new store will have new fixtures throughiIout and we have bought for it a g eat stock of new goods We do not want to move to that store one dollars worth of this summers merchandise If t low prices on Merchandise of the highest standard will accomplish this we twillnot move any goods Come to this sale and make your dollar do its full duty MENS SUITS 1250 MENS HOHAIR SUITS 10IiThe coolest best looking most comfortable clothes known for Choice of an 3QY for hot weather wear Worth as high as 25 a suit About ten suitsIat 1 2 50 The finest readytowear known Hurry for first choice only left and choke now at 10 Better try one l MENS BLUE SERGE SUITS 1650 LAIRD SCHOBER CO 5 OXFORDS 299 Ii WORTH 2530An unequalled chance for the finest Womens Oxfords made at tailored yourperfectyet in which to wear it and then good for next summer s a chance of a lifetimefriend get the pair you want t I BOYDEN OXFORDS 4 REGENT OXFORDS 75M250 S 5 6 and7 Pants375 liens 3 3O and 4 Pants f Mostly sizes 6 and 7 9 and 10 A great bargain if your size is Get in on this quick A new pair of Pants will freshen you up at here Better come see very small cost i t YOUNG MENS SUITS HALF PRICE MENS BELTS HALF lJRICE 4 fChoice of any young mans fancy suit in store at half price LAllBelts cut half in two1pr t liens 10 12 and 15 Suits 750 Choice of all our Mixed 50c Gauze Weight Fanc Hose at 35c 3 pair for l checkingsIThese areonly a few of the good things but remember that in this great removal sale there are re 4 ductions over house There are only a very few lines of goods in the store which are not reduced and the reductions vary all the way from 15 per cent to 50 per cent The prices are for cash and all p alterations are charged for Come early Saturday mornIng and get choice J r it t I Removal sale prices on all Clothes Removal sale prices on Oxfords Removal sale prices on Fur J nishing Goods Removal sale price on Hats except Stetson and Dunlap Half price on Fancy 50c Neckwear Half price on Straw Hats Half price on Childrens Linen Hats Half price on Fancy UnderwearJ 1 4K K MCCLURE SONS tot 1 INCORPORATED