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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a t l fIr 7 i r 1 rr I j J tfrr tf J fp r ir FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS i S AND ROUNDABOUT 2 2I j xxxi FRANKFORT KENTUCKY AUGUST 25 1908 m No 50 1 HH IITORIAL ANNOUNCEMENT News has bought a new flatbed hiving this office two Mlehle and also a Dexter folder p I the latest Improved model t and will Issue an afternoon dally j paper aslon after September 15 as publishedr1noon one edition being Issued at 3 tv oclock to be followed by other edl tions If the news should justify an ex tra The price of the paper will be two cents a copy thirty cents a month or 300 a year and the effort j JV r Ube to print the news and print It j V rfirst The paper has secured the ser- J b vices j of a force of expert news gather i WJf anyig thing be It a wedding or a tragedy iEjYqlY politics and accurately without f pfrtlailty if i 1rOn account of the new press hot J Wt 4Rhaving arrived no exact date can be y f fixed as yet for the first Issue of the Inew dally but It will be not later than October and as soon before that date as possible v1 w fICK MARSHALL i IIChairman of Franklin V County Committee Will Be Head Of 1Probnbly This Fall is Jerry Sullivan Probably Will v Not Run Again FLOYD DAY CAN SWING THE CASH Special Correspondence Louisville Ky August 21The recomIpf Franklin county and the State Campaign Committee Is Inclined so favorably to him that I feel pretty safe In predicting that he will be named as campaign chairman of tttat county He Is a Democrat whoso loyalty can In nowise be questioned has a world of friends V who are devoted to him Is counted a shrewd politician and a success ful executive I feel quite sure should Mr Marshall be named to lead the fight for Democracy In Franklin county that ho will have the hearty support of every real Democrat in the countyr A Louisville Democrat who was re cently in Cincinnati brings cheering news from a Republican source Ac V cording to my information he was J talking to George B Cox the Republi lt i can boss of Cincinnati whose influence must be counted on throughout pis the whole State of Ohio and Mr Cox said that if the election were held w1i Wat the present time ho felt certain v that Mr Bryan and Judson Harmon would carry Ohio Of course the l t election is not being held at the 1JVJt r present time and what the State would do at this time cuts no final t figure But at that when the Re t r publican boss of Cincinnati says that the Democratic nominee for I president and the Democratic noml t etor Governor of tho State of- Ohiolw at present have tho best chance for carrying tho State It means that the Republicans of tha tState are under a aiucap In other words fjpthey have an uphill fight and I would rth do my fighting from tho iclghts than from the valley Coxs loyalty to his party promp aim to say that bethought the dis affection In Ohio would be overcome and that Mr Taft and the Republican nominee for Governor would carry the State At that it Is something o get a Repuw can to say that he be lieved the Dmocrats have a chance anywhere Jere Sullivan weIland favorably nown In Frankfort was In Louis yule recently and said that It was unlikely that he would make the race lor the next Legislature Judge Sul livan made an excellent record in Frankfort during the last Legislature ud many would like to see him re turned It is reasonably certain however that he will be a candidate two years hence for Congress to sue ced the Hon Harvey Helm who now represents the Eighth Congressional District 55 I understand that the collection of the campaign fund for the Demo cratic fight Kentucky is growing apace Nelson county is making good Its promise to Chairman John son by sending In the balance of the thousand dollars which they said they would contribute when Mr Johnson was named as campaign chairman Other counties are com lag lip handsomely for this early in the campaign and it is hoped that by the time the campaign grows lively tlJr emanagers will have plenty for all the legitimate expenses These are a few lines about a man who has had nothing to do with politics and who has devoted all his at tention to business It is a sidelight on Floyd Day of Jit Sterling or Is it Winchester But never mind he is a Kentuckian and thats enough tie floats thousands of logs down the Kentucky river each year past Frank iort and his name is known and ale check is good in every bank In the State for practically any sum that he might write it tor You know ais name has been prominently be une the public lor the past few weeks because of his connection vita the syndicate which took over the Provident Lite Association When one deal was closed Mr Day is sala 10 have given his check for 270000 The check called for real money and wnen it was passed into the cashier of the bank the cash was there to make it good Prior to closing the deal some inquiry was made into Mr Days affairs and it is said that It was found that he was the posses sor of 600000 worth of lumber ready for the market and that there was not one cent of incumbrance on all this vast amount of property It is hard for a mere newspaper mind to grasp that egregious sum Maybe some of the readers of this little story can grasp It I confess very reely that it staggered meINSIDER o Sam SoufbSuesfor Damages Charging the alienation of the af fections of his wife Sam South Friday filed suit against his motherin law Mrs Anna Hopple for 20000 damages The suit was filed early In the morning and service was had on Mrs Hopple shortly after she being in Frankfort as a witness In tho habeas corpus proceedings which were to be tried Friday afternoon There Is a question whether the service on her Is good as she was a wit ness in the case and came here for nc other purpose- In his petition Mr South charges that his motherinlaw took his wife away from him by threats and charges against him and by offering of mon ey He charges that Mrs Hopplo tried In every way to get Mrs South to leave him and finally was success ful He asks damages In the sum of 20000 to pay for the mental an guish which he has suffered Ho says his home has been broken up and his wife whom ho loves has left him The South case has attracted a great deal of attention in Frankfort Mrs South has sued for divorce and tries to get the custody of her two children Mr South has one of the boys and Mrs South swore out a writ of habeas corpus asking the return of tho child There is a chance that tho numor oun suits may be settled amicably and that litigation in tho courts may be avoided tta J liI r l 8 LNTERS RACES Scott Brown Candidate For Representatives Friends Enter Him In Race In This County Has Strong Backing By Influential Men ANCESTORS ALL WERE DEMOCRATS Scott Brown one of the Lost known joung farmers In Franklin county has announced as a candidate for Repre sentative from this county and his friends say that he has tho strongest kind of backing Mr Brown entered toe race reluctantly and only at the earnest solicitation of his friends lie will pitch the campaign on a high plane and will make his race on the old time principles of Democracy James Buford the present Representative Is also a candidate for re election and it is probable that the race will be between him and Mr Brownwlth no other candidates In the field Mr Buford claims that ho should have endorsement by a re nomination but tho friends of Mr Brown Insist that this rule need not be followed and Franklin county should be represented by a farmer who is in close touch with the tobacco growers as their interests will bo greatly affected by proposed legis ii Lion at the next regular session Mr Browns friends say it is a case of the office seeking the man and not the man seeking the office His friends recognizing his signal ability qualifications and fitness for the office of Representative urged him to al low the use of his name assuring him of the earnest and enthusiastic support of the entire Democracy of the county They claim to have made a canvass of the county knu find an overwhelming sentiment In his behalf and for this reason and for his pecu liar fitness for the position of Repre sentative they urged him to allow the use of his name Mr Brown comes from a long line of the good old time Democrats His ancestors will be recalled with much pleasure by the older citizens of the county all of whom say they will enthusiastically support him Mr Drown is a prominent Elk and a few years ago took the prio at Balti more as the tallest Elk In the United following gentlemen who an nounce Mr Brown are well known to the entire community Capt W E Thompson Chairman of the Frank tin County Board of Control and head of the Society of Equity in this section Squire C H Thomas who has held numerous offices of trust and Importance R D Armstrong formerly sheriff of Franklin county and Is VicePresident of the Farmers Bank of Kentucky Col Thos W Scott an old time Democrat known and loved of all who has been in the Legisla ture several times and always has been an active party worker 0Gen Dan W Lindsey To Be New President At a meeting of the board of direc tors of the National Branch Bank of Kentucky Friday morning Gen Dan W Lindsey was elected president to succeed the late Edward L Samuel who recently died James H Graham was elected vice president to succeed Gen Lindsey who has been vice president for some years The other officers wore reelected and there will be no change In the work ing force In tho bank Henry Lind soy win continue as cashier III LAIR Probably Will Be Held In Frankfort Next Year Plans Already Outline j For Great Show Would Make Money And Boom The City COST NOT BE OVER 3500 Fr s going to have a big fair neatgar If the talk which resulted from the Lawrenceburg trip amounts to anything The men who went to Lawrenceburg Thursday all came back saying that Frankfort should have a fair next year one that will beat any of the fairs held In Central Kentucky Just at present the question Is be ins discussed purely tentatively but it Is practically a certainty that there will be a fair here next summer along In the latter part of August and it will be a corker George Harper who has been presi dent of the Business Mens Club Judge James Polsgrove and others have already started the talk about a fair next year and they are go Ing to bring the question before the Business Mens Club with the Idea ol having the club take It up and begin work right away It is point ed out that the fair would bo a money maker and that It would help to ad vertise Frankfort more than anything else that could be done It has been estimated that it would cost about 3500to havea first class fair and its believed that enough stock can be sold to a few men to raise this sum easily Good premiums that would draw the best class of horses would be offered and the fair would be modern In every way The crowds at the Lawrenceburg fair started all this talk but It has de veloped Into something more than talk and will assume definite shape before many more months have pass ed If the men who suggested having a fair take It up In earnest the work will begin withIn a short time and there will be no let up until the fair line been held and It has been success o Bank Note IssuedNinety Years Ago Payable to James H Hickman and Issued by the Frankfort bank In 1818 a banknote was presented at tho Farmers Bank of Frankfort the other days and payment asked for It The banknote was In the hands of Gra ham Vreeland of Louisville manag ing editor of the CourierJournal Mr Vreelqnd was only joking about wqntlng payment on the note He stepped In the bank to show the note to the men employed there and to present tho relic to John C Noel president of the bank which occu pies the place In which the old Frank fort Bank stood Mr Vreeland tained the old note In Louisville It is ninety years old and is perhaps the oldest piece of money in Frank fort The bank had one issued in the forties and thought that was an old one but the one Mr Vreeland had makes that seem young In the older days of banking In stead of issuing money as Is now done a bank Issued a note payable to a certain man or his order and tills note was negotiable and ex changeable just like currency The note which MY Vreeland had was dated November 13 1818 being No 3351 It was signed by John H Hanna president and John T Pen dleton cashier DYING PRISONER GETS FREEDOM FROM GOVERNOR 0As lit dying or consumption and Is a menace to the OHJJF1 s in the county jail h T5 William Boauchamp a negro serving a sen truce of six months In the Franklin county jail on a charge of receiving stolen property was pardoned Friday by Governor Willson The negro has rctually served six months In jail but two months of this time does not count as he was in the Jail pending trial He will be taken to the home of his sister in Indiana o GOVERNOR BIGAMIST Gov Wlllson Friday Issued a par don to William Pitman who was con victed In Lee county on a charge of bigamy and sentenced to the penitentiary for three years The Gov ernor says that the man did not know that he had not been divorced from his first wife from whom he had lived separate and apart for a period of five years The pardon was asked for by the Judge and Commonwealths Attorney o GOVERNOR LEAVES FOR WEQUE TONSING Gov and Mrs Wlllson will leave Frankfort Saturday for wequetoning Mich for a trip of two weeks and Lieut Gov Cox will be In the execu tive chair Gov Wlllson has a touch of hay fever and needs a rest so he Is going to the place where it is said to be cool Gov Cox will reach Frankfort tomorrow and will act as Governor for the next two weeks He will be welcomed to Frankfort where the people are all fond of him a BOOST FRANKFORT By Trip To The Big Fair At Lawrenceburg FRANKFORT BUSINESS MENS CLUBSENDS OVER GOOD DELEGATION Everybody knew the Frankfort Business Mens Club was represented at the Lawrenceburg Fair Thursday even if there was not a very big crowd from Frankfort in attendance The few who were there made them selves felt and helped to advertise Frankfort And everybody who went from here came back talking about Lawrenceburg and how nicely they hud been treated and how much all had enjoyed the day Two automobiles took l crowd rep losenting tho Business Mens Club and several carriages took other Frankfort people so that there must have been about half a hundred men and women from Frankfort at the fairThe badges of the Frankfort men were conspicuous In the crowd al though it was a large one and the trip was a success Whether because it was Frankfort day or because Lawrenceburg just naturally has a good fair is not known but it was one of the lergest crowds which has been at any fair in this State this year The Frankfort men wore en tertalned by the directors of the fair association and had as good a dinner as one could have found anywhere In edition to the good dinner the Frank fort men were Introduced to and entertained by as pretty women as were ever created and the party came back talking about what good look ing women Lawrenceburg has rather than about the show of stock Lawrenceburg had a good fair The show of stock was excellent every ring being well filled and hard fought Good horses were In every class and the feature rings word worth going miles to see Mat Cohen was taking the cream of tho money as usual but he had a hard time landing the blue in many of the rings in which he was a contender o 100000 FOR GROWERS Tho Burley Tobacco Society sold 500 hogsheads of the 190G crop to the Scotten Dillon Co of Detroit Mich It graded 18 cents per pound and the total amount of tho sale will approxi mato 100000 w NO HANDCUFFS Jill Be Used In Future At The Asylums m Restraining Device To Be Thing Of Past Good Results Shown Already At Lexington TWENTYFIVE PATIENTS NOW FREED Only one patient at the Lexington Asylum Is now in restraint In any way Instead of some twenty six or more as was usually the it case in the past Only humane methods of handling the patients are to be permitted In the future and every effort will be made to have i the three asylums for the insane in Kentucky on the same footing as tie State asylum in Iowa where not a patient is restrained and where there are no iron bars and dungeons The attendants are being required kanowState to use no force and to work to cure the patients instead of simply restraining them Gov Wlllson has announced to the Board of Control of Chairtable Insti tutlons that he wants no restraintMmore than Is absolutely necessary in the asylums He says he wants all the straightjackets and handcuffs it and Ieg locks and padded cells done away with ana the Insane persons treated as though they were persons r diseased not crlmi The Gover nor says that the insane can be handled by restraint and that it is the easiest way to treat them but that is not the purpose of the asy lums He says the patients are put there to be treated and cured if pos sible and not because they have corn milted any wrong The Governor does not think that it Is necesary to confine the patients as much as they have been confined and he wants to s have the Kentucky asylums like those model ones in some otheryStates whore no restraint is exer cised As a result 9f the Governors re quests a ahange has worked in the asylum at Lexingtontaf When the new board took control of the asylums It was found that 26 persons were kept In restraint all the time They were either In padded cells or were handcuffed The new method of treatment has been tried and as a result it Is necesary now to restrain in this way only one patient and there Is good prospect that this one a woman may be release and allowed the freedom of tho grounds In a short time The Governor does not mean to say that there has been any mistreatment of the inmates of i the asylums but he simply thinks the modern wethod of treatment would be better and It is being tried with success 0 Shot Three Times At Ben Redding Rv GOLF PLAYERS SCATTERED BYT GUN PLAY AT THE COUNTRY CLUB Golf players on the grounds at the Country Club were stirred up and thrown Into consternation Friday af ternoon when Ben Redding the man who drives the mowing machine and has charge of the links was shot in tho leg by a man named Wood Wood fiord three times only one bullet striking Redding The wound in flicted was a slight one in the leg end it was reported as this paper wont to press that Redding was on his way to town with a pistol look ing for Wood Wood surrendered and Is In jail Domestic troubles caused the shootings I 1- I v l I I1t p PAGE rWO SATURDAY AUGUST 22 19M LIKE BRYAN Nebraskans Double Lives In Jeffersonvi et i Has Lively Time On Trip Through East Sk Given Ovation and Bjjst Of J Everything I WILL NOT GROW MUSTACHE still having a facial appearance of William Jennings Bryan and still for r William Jennings Bryan for President of the United States Dr D C Pey ton of Jeffersonville arrlved home last evening from a business trip East that he says was the most hn k noying journey he ever undertook says the CourierJournal Every rwhere he went he was taken for Mr 0 Bryan and he was given ovation after 1ovation At one time his right arm and hand began to pain him slightly JA from the undesirable grasps thrust upon him under the belief he was the j Nebraskan Commoner It is true said Dr Peyton last night that I had my hair cut at the Hoffman House barber shop In New York so that I would not so much re- t sembleMr Bryan but I could not stand for sprouting a mustache as I toad never worn one in my life Such rV a siege as I went through while I was gone I never want to experiEmceI again Between New York some one started the re 1l1ort that Mr Bryan was on the train and I was the recipient of a grand ovation all the way Some merely came into my car and shook hands with me but others went so far as to ask we when I was going to open my campaign All I could say was that r did not know When asked If he made any speeches Dr Peyton said he did not but said as little as possible When the people first began to take him for Mr Bryan Dr Peyton said he enjoyed the Joke but it became monotonous 10 him and he soon found he had started something he could not stop Then he began to feel like animpos 4 ter but knew It would not do to at 6 tempt to enlighten the mistaken peo v pie and he permitted them to remain under the impression that he was the V Democratic presidential nominee although he made no attempt to mislead them into that belief but things J had gone too far to stop them ic For a time I thought the experl f euce was funny and laughed to myself Then It began to become an flaying and u I been a woman I If would have cried but I did the best I could under the circumstances and yiji 1 am glad I am back here where the people know who I am I also round v that being taken for Mr Bryan 1s ant expensive luxury and I came pretty near running out of smll change sev oral times in giving tips that were expected and sometimes almost asked k for did nat want to appear IcLnche because I knew that would the report that Mr Bryan was notfmore than I would If It had been t known I was only Dr D C Peyton of JoffersonvIIle Dr Peyton said he was given every oneaf point on the road a big black negro tr porter In a sleeping car discovered v Mr Bryan was aboard at least he p thought he had Attentions and ice wafer were showered on the Jeer sonvllle traveler by the son of Ham 4The conductor of the qtr came along and ke discovered that Mr Bryan was occupying section No 14 which s on top of a truck The Pullman man thought this was not good enough for the next President and got busy Three or four cars ahead ho found i lower No 9a desirable location was v empty and this was made ready for Mr Bryan 4The conductor then strutted back to Dr Peytons car apologized to him for the bad location and Invited hIm i ar to go forward two or three cars where a more desirable section awaited him r The big black porter by this time had hold of Dr Peytons hand lug gge and was starting to move it to lower No in another car whon the owner said he was satisfied where he was If left alone Dr Peyton said lie lost sleep rest and some little flesh on the trip and was glad It was over- lIe said he could sit down and talk for hours telling of his experience or could write a goodslssed book telling of his adventures The funny part has come back to him since ho arrived home and ho laughed heartily I rwhen the told oJ how he had been for some one else by his follow v travelers ittfti wa Jin ii1 What Big Papers Say Of Bryans Speech Recognizing the political skill displayed by Mr Bryan In this deliver ance The World must express regret that he did not make his speech a synopsis of rather than a preface to his views on the questions whch are certain to engage public attention during the campaign There Is in hls opening utterance a distinct promise of growth In wisdoak and in D will be wetor him for his iJ ff and perhaps for his country If the more pretentious de Ilrerance soon to come shall be in keeping with it in these respects Anyway his best three words are Democracy v Plutocracy New York World To be able to stand squarely on three great and exclusive pledges for he purification and extension of popular government was to have in he matter of speeches a signal ad vantage This advantage Mr Bryan has not merely embraced but adorned In felicity of language vigor compactness and picturesque ness as well n In keen analysis and effective argument he has given Mr Taft an object lesson in what a cam paign document ought to beRlch mond TimesDemocrat t Mr Bryans speech to the Notlfica Lion Committee yesterday is highly creditable to him and must be grati fying to the country It is full of in spiration to his party The question of the present campaign Is Shall the people rule This Is the Issue Mr Bryan relies upon the people of the country for his election Mr Taft depends upon the money of the corporations for his success Choose ye this day whom you will serves Charleston News and Courier Mr Bryans speech of acceptance Is a strong one It is a speech which will have a powerful Influence in the campaign It is calculated to reach the hearts and consciences of the people It doesnt wander all over he Democratic platform as the speech of Mr Taft wanders over the Republican platform It is short and to the pointSavannah News Mr Bryans speech of acceptance presents further evidence that he is playing in this campaign the best politics of his life In form the speech is almost a model of this variety of campaign productionDetroit Free Press Comparison of the candidates noti fication day addresses will result we thnk to the advantage of Mr Bryan whose square and unequivocal statement of his position logical argument and firm but temperate tone should produce a favorable effect the country overNew Orleans Times Democrat Mr Bryans spech of acceptance means that under his militant leader ship the Democratic party will make a vigorous aggressive campaign from jeglnnlng to end It is encouraging stimulating It is on the high level of a great occasion and a great op portunity Buffalo Courier It must be admitted that he ex ilbited in this Initial utterance of his campaign a hitherto unsuspected power of restraint which well be comes him as the candidate for the Chief Executive otllceSt Louis PostDispatch Over and over again incisively and with merciless force Mr Bryan pre sents the evidence that the people are not ruling power is In some unseen ind unconstitutional hands Phila delphia Record ayMr Bryans notification speech will give unqualified pleasure to all sober thinking people who desire that the Democratic party shall not only achieve success but deserve It Charlotte Observer Mr Bryans speech oc acceptance Is able adroit and cautious For the most part it is made up of indisputa ble propostlon New York Times o Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold A S Nusbaum Batosville Indiana writes Last year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so dis tressing that it interfered with my business I had many of the symptoms 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 me My wife has since used Foleys Honey and Tar with the same success For sale by all druggistso WILL REOPEN Miss Minnie E Bell will reopen her school Tuesday September 1 1908 at her residence Fourth Avenue 223t i i I Jf FROM HOSPiftl Walker Duncan Appeals for Full Pardon Governor Sets Him Free Before MIn1 Tells Men They Need Not Fear Prosecution SHELBY COUNTY CASE PRECEDENT IH in a hospital in Louisville and beset by enemies who have been trying to send him to the State prison Walker Duncan asked and promptly received a pardon for the killing of Newton Hazelett In Shelby county The Governor also pardoned Riley Harrod indicted as accessory to the killing Harrod was Duncan when the killing oc Lbul took no part In it as DV ti fled on the trifl Kan is in a serious conditiolfl rton Infirmary Louisville andTpy not re cover He asked the Governor for the pardon believing that he would have trouble getting a vredlct of acquittal on account of the feeling in Shelby county as a result of the tobacco trouble There has been a question as to whether or not Duncan would stand trial or would ask for a pardon but when the question was put up to Duncan he said he would take a pardon In issuing the pardon Gov Willson laid down the law to the night riders and announced that where one of the night riders was killed during an at tack on any independent farmer the nan who did the killing would be pardoned before trial if he was act ng in his necessary selfdefense or n defense of his property The ef feet of this will be to strengthen the opposition to the night riders as many men feared to resist the raiders believing that they would not be able to get a fair trial and might be rail roaded to the penitentiary If they did kill any of the men who attacked Governor said in part as fol lows In giving his reasons for the pardoning of Duncan and Harrod It Is a notorious that in large dis tricts of the State men have taken the law in their own hands and have banded themselves together in great lumbers to intimidate harass perse cute injure and in some cases kill their neighbors or deprive them of their liberty and they have kept thousands of homes in terror and fear for weeks and It is notorious that there have been hundreds men guilty of violation of the act against confederating and banding together which Is a felony and one has ben convicted and that the reign of fear and terror is still strong in the State and it was to meet this condition of things that in offering the reward for Information that would lead to the apprehension of the night riders the Governor called upon the people to defend their homes and the Governor does not feel that having made that call he should permit people to suffer from it who do what he asked them to do for the State of Kentucky and for the protection of all homes Of course the Governor should not Interfere except when he actually knows that the defendant was acting in selfdefense and in protection of his home and in the way In which he had been asked by the Governor to act But in this case there is no room at all for doubt that Mr Duncan has acted nobly bravely and faith fully as any man ever did on earth that he took his life in his hands to uphold the law defend his property and repel the attack to be made upon It by the band of which Hazelett was undoubtedly an advance member who had gone ahead to cut wires and re connoiter and if Duncan is not pardoned but is subjected to the expense of employing lawyers and the anxiety of going through trial his at tempts to do his duty bravely results In punishment instead of reward and the Governor feels it his duty in every such case to inquire with the greatest care first to be sure that the defendant was acting In selfde fense against attack but wlien this is found to bo true the Governor In tends In every such case to relieve the defendant of the need of employ ing counsel or of the hardship of undergoing trial Thero Is no doubt whaetvor that both Duncnn and Harrod were true and bravo men doing their duty and I do not know any more Imperative call upon mo for the exercise of the power given me to pardon mon than fJJi t 125 t CINCINNATI tfind Return via FCandQH Ro- uteSunday AUG23 SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVING FRANKFORT 700 M Ask ticket agent part I THE BEST WHISKY For your money at GEO B SALENDERS 45 St Clair St Chesapeake Ohio R Schedule in effect June 28 1908 sub Ject to change without notice Limited for Louisville Nashville Memphis West and Southwest 940 A M and 615 P M Dally Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadelphia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1015 A M and 745 P M Dally 2fi1yr Who Will Be PresidentThis Year andtcvlrJmnnmust read to keep post edon politics Th- eCourierJournal Henry Watterson Editor- Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the Weekly CourierJournal But you ran get hot Paper and the Weekly News Both One Year For 125 If you will send your YalierNotJournal Daily Courier 600 a Year Weekly Courier 200 a Year We can give you a com bination Cut Rate on these if you will write this paper enclosing cash with order that which is presented by this case and in recognition of the useful honorable and crave part which they have had in upholding individual liberty and in repressing violence and crime I grant to each of them full and free pardons and direct that no further prosecution against either of them on these charges shall be had AUGUSTUS E WILLSON Governor o Attention Asthma Sufferers Foleys Honey and Tar will give im mediate relief to nsthniK sufferers and has cured many cases that had refused to yield to other treatment Fo leys Honey and Tar Is the best rem edy for coughs colds and all throat and lung trouble Contains no harmful drugs For sale by nil druggists Bottled In Bond Hand Made Sour Mash The Very Best Product Of the Finest Distillery IN THE WORLD The Geo CoIncorporated FRANKFORT KENTUCKY t U SCREEI1iM Your Home Now lBEFORE THE FLIES AND INSECTS GET WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF IIUSYIt SCREEN DOORS AND AT PRICES WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERYONE tr JGRASSLawn Mowers ii EVER SHOWN IN THE CITY AT PRICES FROM 300 TO 11 1400tJIALSO AGENTS FOR North Star Refrigerators Sherwin William s Paint J WE SOLICIT YOUR PHONE ORDERS AND MAKE PROMPT f L ELIVERYs iia SOWER HARDWARE COt- i Incorporated ItIBoth Phones 16 MAIN STREET Mar t 7 rA Wireless essageli I J illlt When you buy a vehicle buy a good one You may save a few dollars by buy 31 ing a Cheap John vehicle but it isnt economy in the long run nor good udg ment in the short run See iis before you 1 buy and we will make it worth your while 11 l SELLER CARRIAGE CO Incorporated VERSAILLES KY- H I K WARD President C M BROWNING SecTreas J w OUR FREE OFFER Every one of our subscribers will do well to take advantage of our special offer By paying one year In advance you will be sent postage pro paid a firstclass twobladed pocket knife This offer lasts until July 1 are presenting to the public the llvest weekly paper in the State and we have started ou a campaign to double our circulation Help us ac complish this end CAPITAL HOTEL ir E B WEITZEL MANAGER t Special attention given to the transfer of baggage UseIeither phone Oldest best hostelry in the city r t f J 7 rSATURDAY AUGUST 22 j 08 PAGE THREE Diamond Dui flyTf1E FAN 1 singles two doubles and a run in one inning What do think of that Going some jl it Thats what we did to Hbyville last Sunday Oh it was ughter a drubbing a wiping 5j0ffthemap horrible and bloody buns in one Inning and all of batted In No errors Nobody just plain oldfashloned slug fe Bleachurite was enthusiastic He was telling about the game as he came back to town hanging on the runningboard of a crowded streetcar You see it was like this Shelby vllle has a dub in the box who had nothing but soft ones He lobs them up to the plate and they look as big as balloons to Red CompanyHe This mutt was out for a was all swelled up and said he was ilgoing to make monkeys of the Frank bunch Did he do it Not so you could notice it any Not many He was so easy it was like taking 1a drink with a drunken millionaire They started off to a flying dash I Shelbyville gets away in the load takes the rail and goes dusting around like there Was something doing Kraher whots up first jabs out a long one to leftcenter and gallops around to third before he is headed Long put one to Bohannon flArthun after holding the ball long to see what Kraher was got ing to do gets it up to first in time to head oil Long Then Varnadore drops a hot one to third Hoffman is too eager for ft and lets the ball get away Kraher lopes in easy tallying one This here Vranadore is a foxy lad and he goes sliding around first and cavorting like hes to get away fa a hurry Little Schulte the same being a southpaw whips one up to first and would have got that banISTrader puts one to the big man on i third and it goes through his legs Theres two on base and only one out It looks ban That winning streak looks like Its due to get cracked a whole lot But the next Itwo marks was easy and no more gets up to Angy Frankfort gets only one rfuny run in her half Fritz gets aJifO on a hard crack over a sack and scores when the visitors short juggles Bohannans grounder 1 Its one two three and you are back in the field for Shelbyville in the second but the home team does bet ter Angy beats out a bunt and scores shortly later when Schulte lams and puts a stinger down the i right foul line ShelbyVrJj men gets to the first sack but they 1dont stay long The first gets forced fat second and the next man is caught yjoff and run down trying to take It Its the third Inning Stoner +Js pitching Big Hoffman Is up first 1 He lays one in front of the plate but tike ball beats him and hes dead at i1 platte saie one over sec- Kyjviond thats good while Red lopes round to third Wright rolls one it1 T out into diamond and Bohannan digs for thee He arrives before t hthe ball and tallies while Wright firstt Angy hits one to left thats sound V and safe and they try to get Zerlage vif JYat the plate His Highness whos running the game says the ball was twenty mlnut sJater than Zerla fie land another run goes up while- Shelbyville froths at the mouth and v the catcher gets blue In the face and slams thi ball on the ground in tils v gust The plays close of course j Angy but its a cinch hessafe Wright and v are having fun on first and sec ond when Guest hits one to right and to comesJ lad whos touted as a stake horse AngyJttt more to be Jbehlndin the game any and Just to keep things going Steele puts a double to right that fair by two feet only Chapman and Schulte chalk ih Its seven runs to the good they areI and only one out it looks like theyll have to call the game on ac count of darkness to get the side out 1 but Hoffman whose at bat for the second time that inning puts one to jL second and gets himself thrown out i t at first Then Rod strolls up for fesecorid time The Indian puts it jjV pver and so does Rod The ball Hgoea over that left field fence like a lj 11Jf f j t AtIr Vbird That ends It Tho Frankfort boys are tired running and they sat themselves out Nine runs in Inning Nine hits and two of double one a homer pro 1 for one afternoon Well I guess ye After that Frankfort loafs Dont try Bohannan gets another homer later on and comes mighty near duo plicating in the seventh but the ball goes too high Oh Shelbyville finally mantes six runs as a grand total But after that third Inning theres nothing to it rrr It was the same old story at Law renceburg Tuesday The champions who practically have the pennant cinched trounced Lawrenceburg by a score of 7 to 1 It was easy the home team being unable to hit and getting only four hits off Cornell The southpav twirler was in good form and passed them up so fast that the batsmen could not even see them much less hit them Hoffman Bohannan and Zerlage led the bat ting getting two safe ones each rr Frankfort will tackle the tallenders on Saturday and expects to go a little further up the ladder toward the pennant The team should not go into that game carelessly It la the tailend team which usually wale lops the leaders The leading team confident that the despised outsiders can be taken Into camp without any trouble go into the game aver confi dent and play carelessly with the re sult that before they know it they are out on a limb and cant get back Then too the weaker team always puts in its strongest combination against the leaders and tries harder to beat them than any other team Frankfort should play like it was playing for the championship against Winchester and should see to It that the game cinched It counts just as much as a victory over Richmond or Lexington and Just because it is easy should not be allowed to getaway Dick Crutcher Is going to try hl arm again on Saturday and expects io win The arm has been on tho bum for several weeps on account of a strain but the long rest has done him good and he thinks it is now i as good condition as it ever was It Is to be hoped so Crutcher gave promise of malting good but was overanxious and did too much work His friends here will pull for him Sat urday hoping that he can hold down Winchester and shut them out It looks like Frankfort has the pennant beyond any doubt Tlt team has but 18 more games to and could lose more than half them without losing the flag even il any of the other teams should win ovary game played There Is no use in talking Frankfort has the be team in the league and the others are outclassed Frankfort has them bested man for man all the tiva around and can give them a couple runs any time and then beat any of them There Is not a weak place on the home team All of them make errors at times but an infielder who does not make an error is not worth having on a team for It means th he is not trying for the hard one What it needed at short and third ind second are men who go aft everything They are going to make errors occasionally but they will get many a ball that the safe player would not attempt to reach Cornell Wright and Schulte are good pitchers as good as any in the league and If Crutcher gets back into his old time form the home team will have four twirlers that can hold up their sail of the game any time Schulte is batting well and Wright i one of the best pinch hitters In the business I The Distillers will come here Sunday for a game and will try hard to take a game from Frankfort to p up for their defeats of tho past Law renceburg always draws well and there should be a good crowd out toI see the game Last Sunday after the third innin there was no doubt about who would win the game but the crowd stayed to see how many home runs Bohan nan would bat out He came getting three as a high fly he put up to left would certainly have gone over if it had been lower and straight or It had plenty of force behind it but was too high The benefit for the Frankfort team on Saturday night at tho theatrei should be well patronized by the fans Manager Perkins has offered to con 1f t o J Lt tribute onehalf of the receipts to the team and the team needs money it costs like smoke to run a team with players like Frankfort has and Chick Kennedy who has gathered and kept together a winning team should be encouraged and helped In every other city In the league the fans have come to the help of the home team and Frankfort has been asked only to attend the games The show at tie theatre Saturday night will be vorh seeing and the small admls slon charged will be well spent event tie half of It was not going to help ball team rrrIP last game of the season wIthI mgtcn will be played on exington and Wright will be put b the box to do the twirling A crowd of rosters from herdwill go o Lexington to see the game and help Wright keep his recoYd un broken f JAIr Well well well who would have thought W Lawrencburg beat Frankfort They do sy that the Lawrence burg team has been reorganized andI rehabilitated and put on a new and stronger footing YOung Schulte was hit hard but Crutcher pitched good ball after he relieved Cchulte and It looks like Dicks arm has come back Sbutit was great and they yelled and had a good time genrally it really looked lilts Frankfort was playing carelessly and could have won by trying real hard One defeat in the last three weeks is not half bad and it is bet ter from a monetary standpoint to have the clubs closer together In per centage The game here Sunday will be for blood however and Frankfort will get revenge for the defeat of o KINDS OF BIRDS Cynthlana Democrat Mrs Elizabeth Martin started early in life to feather her nest well and has always hat her eye on the main chance She began life as Elizabeth Bird of Harrison county near Paris Her first venture outside the home nest when she married Bud Mar tin When Mr Martin died she married Edward Crow fa farmer When the time came to change nests she allied herself with William Robbin and lived happy until the matrimoni al season again rolled around for Mrs Bobbin Then David Buzzard a wid ower more attractive personally and indicatesappeared and Mrs Robbin became Mrs Buzzard Into the Buzzard roost Mrs Buzzard carried one little Martin two little Crows and one little alnready there to welcome the other birds o KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1908 as far as reported Shepherdsville August 18 four days Lawrenceburg August 18 four days TrldCounty Fair Sanders August 10 offour days- Vanceburg August 10 four days Richmond August IS four days Ewing August 20 three days stShelbyville August 25 four days London August 25 four days Elizabethtown Aug 25 three days Burlington August 26 four days ofGermantown August 26 four days Morgantown August 27 three days Somerset Sept 1 four days Hardinsburg Sept 1 three days Fern Creek Sept 2 four days Bardstown Sept 2 four days alMonticello Sept 8 four days Hodgenville Sept 8 three days Glasgow Sept l four days erLouisville State Fair Sept 14 five days c How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victim8 of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Foleys Qrlno Laxative cures chronic constipation by regulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Foleys Orlno Laxative does not nauseate or gripe iiand Is mild and pleasant to take Re fuse substitutes For sale by all drug glehl o WILL MEET HERE ayGov WiHson has called a meeting of the Educational Commission to be held here on September 3 when the beginIpurpose of tho commission is to devise a ogf the common schools can be in creased o arA Boon to Elderly People Most elderly people have some kid ney or bladder disorder that is both painful and dangerous Foleys Kid ney remedy has proven a boon to many elderly people as it stimulates the urinary organs corrects Irregulari tics and tones up the system Com men co taking Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and be vigorous For sale by all druggists 10 ti TI TABLE L N R R CO inkfort Ky May 13 I 1908ITralpa East Bound No 18 departs 950 a m dally ex copt Sunday No 16 departs 430 p m daily Iept Sunday exI 20 arrives 641 p m daily ex FrankfortI Trains West Bound No 19 departs 535 a m daily ex ept Sunday No J toarts tjQ a m daily opt Nofldeparts 400 p m daily ex ept Sunday No 61 departs J55 a m Sundays nly Ie O TrainsEast Bound No 22 departs 1015 a m daily No 24 departs 745 p m daily OWest Bound No 1 departs 940 a m dally No departs 615 p m dally A V HITE Agent TABLEIEAST BoUN WEST BOUND z PX Ax AM PM AM 225 795Lexington J5 6051025 240 746 Montrose 941 550 1012 250 7M 932 540 1003 257 801 Wyandotte 025 533 966 310 813 912 520 946 826 826 LETunction 900 507 984 844 Indian Fields 453 920 400 902 Clay City 825 495 902 410 910 Stanton 815 426 852 420 915 Rosslyn 809 40 847 426 912 Filson 803 414 842 437 934 Dundee 752 403 882 440 988 Campton Jct 748 357 B28 445 943 Natural Bridge 745 355 825 448 946 Glencnlrn 740 850 820 467 066 Torrent 780 341 812 610 1008 Fincastle 715 828 757 51811017 BenttyrllleJct707k 320 7V 311 744 537lO35 Tnllega 649 300 784 Athol 640 262 775418431 Oakdale 633 244 72 8061110 Elkatnvra 620 2IM 710 0101115 K Junction 225 705 0151120 Jackson 610 220 700 The Following Connections Are Made Daily Except Sunday L d E JUNCTION No and will connect with the CL C Railway for lit Sterling Ky CAMPTON JUNCTION Nos 123 and will connect with the Mount aln Central Railway for passengers to and from Cainpton Ky BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION JRnflwny0C K JUNCTION KRailway FiaifortGiiiciQiiaiiBi The Midland Route Local Time Table IN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 t X084 DAILY KXCEtT SUNDAY 11d II 420 Lv D Frankfort Ar 715 306 Summit 211 Elkhorn Switzer 108MStamping Ground 1043 848 421 Duvall 1080 Johnson 1030 Georgetown 08 Depot J See 269 725 New town 864 006 55II CentervlUe 846 Elizabeth 8 5 Paris Junctn 6 9251 7W Art Paris iLv Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with r C KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA P N A PSd N1AiLr Frankfurt Ari U 17 Lv Georgetown Arl alAr Lv BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAHIB A N P P 6 a LT Ar U LT Georgetown Ar 6 3 LT Ar alit Ar Cincinnati LT V KENTUCKY CENTRAL B POINTS h L Frankfort 25A Georgetown Aill 04A 834 illlSIJA A Paris 54JP A Winchester 09A J A MajSTille A Cjnthiana JplA Richmond r Cincinnati 26SP Qtco B HARPER OWHATGAtree andOeni bunt Good printing isnt a very hard thing to obtain if one goes after it in th right manner Select a man with 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 boast downtOoIdateo Rush Jobs have always been ou hobby and wo havo never yet fails to deliver a Job when wo promised it Can our competitors males this state rent t J iJ l t j II7f 15he Balance Wheel ILook Inside your watch a moment The balance wheel Is makingJ18000 vibrations an hour If Its In good condition If the move ment is sluggish theres something wrong It will move 3558 miles in a year and requires less than onetenth of a drop of oil tomake the run But it needs that little badly The least increase of friction on the bearings alters the motion Dont take chances s Let us clean and oil and put your watch in order for a year IT WILL PAY AND SATISFY YOU = 4IIfIIII M A SELRERTe JEWELER ST CLAIR STREET FRANKFORT KY N If You Buy It At Selberts Its God IIN EVERY CASE BE SURE YOU DELIVER THOSE GRIPS TRUNKS ETC TO ONE OF OUR WAGONS FOR DELIVERY TO OR FROMtiTHE STATION YOU WILL FIND THAT YOU WILL NEVER BE DISAP POINTED THAT WE WILL BE THERE TO CATCH THE TRAIN IN PLENTY OF TIME AND THAT THE COST TO YOU WILL BE 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y82t For SaleFine full blooded collies Also one mule guaranteed to be sound and will work anywhero you put him Three years old J P HOSTETTER KyI84t AdveTrtJeing a stimulant In It is a good tonic for a rundown business M liinchportable engine and boiler two sec SJ and hand McCormick Mowers Cap k ICoFor SaleA fine farm of 100 2 3 miles west of Frankfort IOttJohns Pike This property good residence and all other sary Improvements Good co IotherFOR RENTA Hat of 5 rooms and bathroom with kitchen and diningxroom down stairs All newly papered and painted Corner Second and Shelby streets Apply toJ HEENEY o FOUNDA bunch of keys near J State Penitentiary Owner can recover same by calling at this office and paying for this notice r IiFrankfoit Weekly News Entered at the postotlioe at Frankfort Ken tucky oa secondclass nmiluble matter FRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY INCORPORATED A R DUNLAPEdltorHU- BERT VREELAND Pres and Mgr M D COYLESec and Treas TERMS100 IN ADVANCE D AfIPTICIQ For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYA- Of Nebraska For Vice Presldent JOHN W KERN Of Indiana- ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce W P KIMBALL of Fayette county as a candidate for reelection to Congress from the Seventh Congressional Eli trlct subject to the action of the Democratic Convention September 3 rWe are authorized to announce J CAMPBELL CANTRILL of Scott county as a candidate for Congress subject to the action of the Demo cratlc convention y September 3 We are authorized to announc WALTER WIGGINTON as a cand i date for jailer of Franklin count subject to the action of the Demo cratlc party i We are authorized to announce R C HIEATT as a candidate for i county judge of Franklin county sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announc 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 ROBT B FRANKLIN of Frankli 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 We are authorized to announc GEORGE T DAVIS of Franklin coup ty as a candidate for election to the office of county attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party t We are authorized to announce SCOTT BROWN as a candidate for iLthe Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic Party The South has no such hatred for 3T1 the negro as has been displayed in streetthave run with blood and tnree thou sand soldiers were necessary to pre t vent a general massacre pf then blacks The North hates the negro The South loves the negro as a faithful servant and would no more A think of killing all negroes because i one misbehaves than it would think vcif killing all tho dogs because one i dog goes mad The North prates of the negro and the race problem in the South and holds up its hands In horror when a negro Is lynched in the South and yet at thp slightest provocation the North starts out to wipe out the whole race and would Vlo it but for troops and tha pollee It took all the troops Gov Done en could muster to hold in check tho passions t f firof the mobs at Springfield where race hatred was displayed in a wa- yifhas I never been exhibited in Smith it The difference between a Southern snob and a Northern mob in marked and is simply this In the South when a mob starts out to lynch a net gro it lynches that negro quietly and orderly then disperses and the members of the mob go on about their business In the North after the mob has lynched the original negro for whose life It set forth It becomes a disorderly and disorgan 0 ized rabble bent on murder and loot and wreaks vengonns on every man or women with ti black skin Instances of this are numerous In Spring field Ohio twice a mob has wrecked thy negro quarters burning houses nnd killing innocent negroes Who had done nothing and whoso only fault was that their skin was black The South does not do this It punishes the negro who is bad but the negro who Is good has every rignt except that of social and political equalltj and Is not in any danger of violence to long as he behaves himself and The North after the Springfield riot can not point a finger at the South and condemn a No 9009 the story now run lng in the Saturday Evening Post of which he had something to say last week is causing a great deal of Interest in Frankfort on account of the penitentiary being located In this place There Is much discussion reo garding the story and people are wondering if such things rs are related in that story could happen In the prison here One hears the dls cession on street cars and on the streets where men gather There i much misinformation given Strange as it may seem Frnnkfori people know very little about the penitentiary They never go there unless it is to take some visitor through as a sightseeing diversion They are not at all familiar with the way the prison is conducted and therefore they ask themselves and each other if the incidents describe In the story could be true and f such things have ever happened here We heard a man the other day say that the lockstep was still used In the Frankfort penitentiary In the story of No J009 there nothing to show that there is a warden of the prison Tho warder does not appear and the convicts an left to the mercy of more or less heartless guards In actual fact the Frankfort penitentiary at least nay convict may talk to the warder any day or everyday All he must lo is make a request of a guard and he will be allowed to go to the office where he can talk to Col E E Mudd and if he has any complaint- to make can make it to Col Mudd In person This Is a right which he has i and not a day passes but Col Mudd talks to dozens of the convicts and hears their tales of woe most of which is caused by shirking If a convict in the Frankfort penitentiary IS mistreated he can reach the ear of the warden within a few hours and the whole matter will be invest gated at once By this rule Col Mudd keeps in close touch with the prison ere and the guards and knows what ia going on in the prison o Once more the space writer devoid of a subject and trying to sell a col umn or so of dope turns his attention to Daniel Boone and comes with that old weatherbeaten time honored yard about Boones body never having been removed from the first burial place in Missouri The story recurs as regularly as the presi dential election and has been used so often that it is stamped as a fake ns soon as it appears Daniel Boone and his wife are buried tn the cemetery at Frankfort The body was brought here in 1845 antI there are persons still living here who saw the bones of the pioneer The His torical Society has in its possession practically indlsputabe proof that the bones brought hero were the hones of Boone Anyhow that last wild yarn not even plausible The story said that the body of a stranger was buried next to Boones wife an1 that the grave beside Mrs Boone was note the grave of her hushband Now what would possess them to bury a strang or alongside of Mrs Boone and put Daniel over in a corner by himself That would seem to be strange and peculiar behavior It is absurd as is the whole story I 0They tell a story which is applicable now of Grant and Greeley On 1 passenger train one day during tho campaign a poll was taken and it was found that of the men on the 1 rJ4d1a train 45 wero for Grant nnJonly 15 for Greeloy The train stopped at a watering tank and an lrsh trail foreman was standing by the train One of the passengers leaned fromI tho car window and said Woll Pat we have taken a poll of the men on this train and wei find out that 45 out of men on her IiITo h with the passenger train said Pat watt til the grovel train comes alongIThey are binjakln i swell clubs and In the e Bive ho tl ls acid it seems to be al p1 Taft but there are some ten laboring mon for every one of the rich clubmei and It is tho laboring man who is Ing to decide this election as he decides most of the others a The Training School which wll be started in September by Miss Ber thin Scott should be a success from every standpoint and Frankfort wfll be greatly benefited Miss Scott isI especially qualified for sucn work a high class training schools old materially In Increasing the num bet of Frankfort sue- ccssful college is erecting an girlsIVIU on Fourth street and out with all the The building contains Bevornl large r rooms and is a credit to the city of Frankfort 0 fJe Optimist = ByARD An Artists Paradise should be tho other name for Frankfort For here he finds endless subjects for his brush and could paint through all tetrnlty and never exhaust his oppor tunltles Up the river there is a wonderful scene laid out before his 1at every turn and bend and counties changes could be made by shifting ones point of view One stretch of hillside holds a cultivated field with the wilds of the forest bordering it all sides Another stretch might in the heart of the Kentucky moun tains wild gloomy and magnlflcen It rises In majesty above the softly flowing river Here there has been a land slip and there is a jagged gash In the earth Where trees and grass and flowers and road have slid into the river There stands a tree rls ing out of the water as though it had grown there having made the journey from the hillside into the water with out altering its perpendicular position Further up a bare bleak ollfl stands out against the sky its rocky sides worn and seamed by wind and rain cold forbidding and unlnhablt able except for the birds The Optimist went up the river the other afternoon In a launch It was his first trip that far up He came 1back longing for the ability to reproduce what he had seen Longing for the power to take a brush and some colors and put onto canvass some of the hills bordering the river so that those who can not go up there could see the beauties of nature at her very best It is a wonderful pano rama that unfolds Itself and no two places are alike There are enough subjects to keep an artist busy all his life in just one mile of the river In places the scenery IS8s wild as could be found anywhere It looks like the far mountains of Kentucky where the railroad has not run aid where thewild beasts still roam Yet only a few yards away or per haps directly across the river one- finds a field of corn growing on fertile land with a homelike house and barn close by Tho contrasts are marked This adds to the value of the picture A cultivated field right in the heart of the wildest country that could be imagined fur skies the contrast which accentuates the wildness- In some places the river is fringed with willows light green and waving while back of them is the green Of tho trees and in the far background other hills rolling out endlessly The river seems narrow and small and mankind becomes insignificant To view of the work pf the Divine Creai tor and the mighty forces which are r t l1li Smn More GellhilleB Kain Jr Now Its- Skirts At Half Price On Friday and Saturday we offe- rSkirts15 some light and dark colors in light waigintsome in dark colors and heavy weights beautiful styles finely tailored They range in price from 0 to 16 For instance 10 Skirts will be 5 t 2 Skirts will be 6 15 Skirts will be 750 16 Skirts will be 8- One lot beauti ful Panama Skirts 398About 30 beau tiful white to se lect from at half priceShirt Waists at Half Price a C Kagin Bro AT BRIDGE at his command impresses a man with his own weakness for In the face of the mighty flood which that narrow river may become he realizes that he would be but a chip as helpless as a child Up near Turkey Run the scene again shifts Here the shore line is cleft and a deep ravine filled with trees and undergrowth shows where once ran a stream WhO force enough to cut Its way down through the solid rock hundreds or feet Now the stream is only a dribble but one can see that it once was a force in the moulding of the land Back in this ravine it seems miles to civilization All this Is impressive far more im pressive than any of the works of man although man has conquered the hills and traces of his work cane seen now and then when the railroad running along tine river shows through the trees The Kentucky Highlands railroad runs along the river for several miles leaving It every now and then but soon return- Ing Powder the pick and the drill have done their work and a smooth solid roadbed carries the rails and ties along which a train passes But the artist does not need to leave Frankfort to find subjects for his brnsh From the bridge either up or down the river the artist could find a subject worthy of his best talent any night The river never looks the same any two nights In succession it is always shifting and changing On moonlight nights is the moon tonnes up from behind the hills up the river and sends its first rays along the water all sorts of fantastic things can bo seen In the river Here and there are lights some boat Is tied up or some lone Sherman Is running a trot The mnks of the river are black and roomy and back of them the hills haUIlIsee 4 I t J TH- EFrankfoil Oolorea FaI lenwood Park and Fair Ground SEPT 2 34 and 519Q Big Premium List Splendid Exhibits Fine Harness Rings Amusements of All Kinds It1TrackMADAME GEORGIA BAROLAY GOMEZ IAI The FarFamed Vocalistivill sing each afternoon and nightj Music by Hamilton Fields Band the v best colored band in Kentucky l AdmissionAdults 25c Children underJ12 15c Ladies and children of free the first dayfWrite For Catalogue IJ E E UNDERWOOD President D OWEN ROBINSON Secretary U f II RETURN TICKET FREE I rtn C W SAFFELL THE ANN STREET GROCER HAS DE tr CIDED TO GIVE HIS CUSTOMERS LIVING ON THE TERURBAN CAR LINE A RETURN TICKET FREE OF CHARGE WHEN YOU PURCHASE nl 1 200 WORTH HEWILL GIVE YOU A TICKET TO JETTS i 300 WORTH HE WILL GIVE YOU A TICKET TO McKEES 500 WORTH HE WILL GIVE YOU A TICKET TO VERt1SAILLES rr REMEMBER THAT HAVE THE VERY BEST OF EVERW l THING IN THE GROCERY LINE lk IWe SAFFELL 11 the artist unless ho Is marvelously skillful can not catch it all And each night it changes Frank fort people some of them appreciate the river They pass across the bridge each night and stop and look at the picture nature has painted and set up for them to see Many of them would not think of going across the bridge without stopping to see what new picture has been limned for them They love the river mysterious and dark menacing inviting but always fascinating Tp them the river has life and moods sometimes alluring and dangerous at other times muddy and forbidding repelling rather tbanattractlngITho artist does not need a moon light night to find his picture When there is no light but the stars the scene again has changed and It is no less a remarkable picture that the artist would see Could he transfer it exactly as It appears to the eyes of those who love the river his for tune would be mado Then on a night when It rains and the thunder v INl tingbrief Instant another picture is to r be found It Is not the night only that bringsi out the river In the daytime one tk can see wonderful things from theI l bridge Stand in the center of li i fsometime and watch a storm gather iand advance on the city and 019 Wc will be impressed with the power off nature and will say to himself Ii There is a Divine force back of i It all some mysterious powerwhlcIguides and directs it aUrAs the sun goes down behind the T hills natures remarkable coloring can best be seen from the bridgeand i the scene is again wonderful Suns I rise is another time to see the river fo when things are different againJIt all Is well worth studying and tho walk back and forth across thVV bridge is really a trip through Ihe V worlds best art gallery to hl11 whol has the eyes to see IEVERY DAY LESSONS IN ECONOMY 1 I y l COME AND SE- EFARMERYSILc tt I r L Society Calendar ptjAUGUST 22 Mrs Frank G Stagg and Miss Hun t Rodman will be the hostesses at th- r 1 I Country Club Saturday afternoon 0J EUCHRE PARTY FOR VISITORS IjJ wInhonor of Misses Elizabeth Moore r and Irene McCabe of Crescent Hill ShelbyIf entertained yesterday afternoon wit a euchre party at her beautiful coun 4 try home on the Louisville road Tile tt ho j was beautiful in its decorations i f of many varied summer blooms Aft er the Same a delicious course dinner rfwas served t to- rf ROGERSCHILDERS ENGAGEMENT f Mr John Oldham Rogers of Ver L sallIes announces the engagement of his daughter Vernlce May to Mrs Adam Henry Childers The bride elect is the sister of Mrs Harry Reid a jand Mrs Frank Hawkins of Versailles i 1and is quite a favorite in society Mr Childers is the only son of Mr and Henry Childers and holds the position of assistant cashier of the Farmers Trust Bank in Versailles The marriage will be celebrated at the home of Mr and Mrs Harry Reid on Rose Hill the latter part of October o r SPENDING SUMMER IN THE WEST Of much interest to Frankfort friends is the following note from Tuesday evenings Lexington Leader Mr and Mrs Lucas Brodhead of Woodford county are having a charm f ing summer trip They went first td Yellowstone Park and letters from t there told of the immense number of visitors seeing the park this season From Wyoming Mr and Mrs Brod L head have gone to Alaska and will be away from home until September During their absence Mrs Brodheads father Dr Breck and sisters Mrs pCarter with her daughter Martha Rhodes Carter and Miss Belle Breck Care at their home In Woodford coun At the School of Savings THIS SALE PAYS YOU DIVIDEND A 2500 Suit for You save 1000 A 500 Skirt for 300 You save 200 A 150 Waist for 100 You save 25c Lawns for 50cIYou save ri t Mrs ty Mr and Mrs Brodhead are among the best known people in Kentucky and have many friends In learnttripe 0SURPRISE WEDDING AT JEFFERSONVILLE Genuine surprise was created among the many friends in Frankfort of Mr Loraine Mix assistant Common wealths attorney at Louisville when the announcement was made Tuesday Jeffersonhville to Miss Rosa Riehl of Louls ville Mr Mix is quite well known here where for several years he serv ed as assistant to Attorney General N B Hays Tuesdays CourierJour nal Jias the following note of the wedI dingThe many friends of Loraine Mix a well known young lawyer and assist ant Commonwealths attorney andI Miss Rose Riehl both of Louisville will be surprised to learn that they eloped to Jeffersonville yesterday aft ernoon and were quietly married at the court house by Magistrate Charles S Hay No reason was given by themi for having gone to Jeffersonvllle and but little was said while the papers were being prepared previous to theI ceremony Both are natives of Louis ville and are well known The bride groom is 31 years old and his father was the late William Mix who was a well known lawyer in his day The bride will be 25 years old next month and her father who is now dead wasI William Riehl Mr and Mrs Mix will leave this morning for Michigan where they will spend a part of their honeymoon at some of the lake resorts in that State- MORGANS o MEN AT PARKS HILL The annual reunion of the General John H Morgan Association was held Tuesday and Wednesday at Parks Hill and fully two hundred of the veterans of the famous command attended As no set program had been arranged for the meeting the old sol diers spent the two days In renewing acquaintances exchanging stories and i ytJWI School Day I J WILL SOON BE HERE WE HAVE A BEAU l TIFUL LINE OF HNGHAMS CAMBRICS + PEBCALS AND PENANGS SUITABLE FOB 1SCHOOL DRESSES WE ATJSO HAVE A 1 J FULL STOCK OF OTHER SUITINGS CALL I AND SEE US i i I F J HEENEY I I t relating adventures that had occurred during the late unpleasantness The association numbers about five hun sired men but only those living In the central part ol tho State attend as a rule as the distance is too great for the old men to travel There have been many breaks in the ranks in the past few years and many a familiar face was missed as the familiar stories were recounted Among those from Frankfort who attended the re union were Messrs W J Lewis lB Scott Cabbell Bullock Thomas W Matthew Scott and Judge Wil am L Jett 0 CLUB Among the pleasant affairs of the week was the meeting Tuesday after noon of the Compass Bridge Club which was delightfully entertained on the cool veranda tit the cgdntry Club- by Mrs Olllo r Poyntz ilss Amelia Weitzel and Mrs William Pruitt who played for Mrs Tom Hall and Mrs Courtland P Chonnult made the high est score for east and west while Mrs George B Harper and Miss Carrie Weitzel had the best score for north and south At tho conclusion of the game a delicious ice course was serv ed the club members and their guests oMEETING OF MORNING BRIDGE CLUB Tuesday morning at their handsome home on Shelby street Mrs William M Saffell and Miss Todd Saffell de lightfully entertained the members of the Morning Bridge Club For theI pleasant occasion the handsome home was beautiful in decorations of roses and other summer blooms which add ed much to Its attractiveness Miss Todd Saffell was successful In making the highest score in the game and was awarded a handsome prize fol lowing which a delicious and refresh ing Ice course was served the members of the club and their guests 0YACHTING PARTY FOR MISS HUNT In honor of Miss Emma Hunt who has been spending the summer here as the guest of relatives and who will at an early date return to Pana ma Mr D L Kennedy delightfully entertained Wednesday evening with- a yachting party up the Kentucky river Enroute home a dainty lunch was served by the young ladies of the party and upon reaching the city Mr Kennedy entertained the party at the moving picture shows of the Capital and Crystal theatres Among those who composed the merry crowd were Misses Emma Hunt Stella Ellert and Delpha Fosser of Louisville Nona Gobber Anna Bergen Katharine Josephine and Mary Schroff and Josephine Burkhart Messrs William Log gle Michael McCann and D L Kennedy 0 PERSONALS Miss Irma LaBrot who has been spending the summer at Naragansett Pier returned home Tuesday Miss Eva Lutkemeler returned from Olympian Springs where she spent a weeks vacation Mrs W E Railey and Miss Jennie Farris Railey spent the week at Paynes Depot as the guests of Mr O R Crutcher and family Miss Fannie Gordon has returned- to her home at Mlaysvllle after a weeks visit with relatives here Mrs William Cromwell left Monday W1l11spend spent a week with Mrs M M Davless Misses Rebecca and Nellie Glenn spent the week In Louisville as the guests of their aunt Mrs Edward J Charles Wills and son Master Leo spent the week In Mercer coun as the guests of Mr L Watkins and family Mr and Mrs William A Lutkemeler returned Thursday evening from a weeks stay at Olympian Springs Miss Marguerite McLean left yesterday for Louisville where she will be the guest of Mrs C W Dorsey Miss Marina Gaines of Crescent Hill came Thursday for a weeks visit with Miss Pattie Williams on Steele Caleb Dorsey of Salt Laic City who has been spending several weeks with relatives In Louisville Is now the guest of her daughter Mrs Edson Allen Hoffman Mr Roy Wilhoit rate clerk of the Railroad Commission left Thursday for Ashland to remain over the weeks end with relatives Misses Kathaleen and Beulah Con roy have returned from Mt Sterling where they spent a week as the guests of relativesMrs McEllIgott and daughters the Misses Schwelbold spent tho weelt In Lexington as the guests of the Misses Wolfe Mrs Thomas F Newman left Wed nesday for Cincinnati where she will spend a week as tho guest of Mr anti Mrs James L Newman at Avondale Miss Margaret Lewis of Boise Ida ho has returned from Harriman Tonn where she spent a week with J her Bother Mr William A Lewis and f nlly and is now with her par ents lir and Mrs J B Lewis at Ver sailles The many friends in Frankfort of Mr and Mrs Paul Weitzel of Lexing ton will be pleased to hear that their little son Master Paul who has been so seriously ill is now on the road to recoveryMr Lane who has been spending a month at Sandwich On tario Canada as the guest of Mr Noah Howard who is there managing Chappels Hotel will return home this J Nunn of the Court of Ap IS at Willard Hotel In Lo taking a course of treat m nder Dr Granvllle Hanes His ntnrole Is not serious and he expects to be out in a short time Mrs Thomas G Newman Mrs Jos eph P Noonan Mrs James G Noonan and Miss Ella Holy were called to Lexington Sunday on account of the death of Mrs Matthew McNamara whose funeral was conducted Monday morning at St Pauls church Mr Guy H Briggs who has been spending the summer In Colorado for the benefit of his health returned here Thursday and was greatly bene fited by his trip Mrs Briggs and children who have been with her father Mr Joseph Scott In Lexington during Mr Briggs absence will re turn here next week i Jennie Thorn after a pleasant v ktwo woeks with Mss Bessie her country home has reo Cynthlana During her stay Miss May Weatherby of South arollna Miss Weatherby was roommate of Miss Thorn at Mary Baldwin Seminary and she and Miss Brown were visitors of Miss Thorn last summer City Attorney A E Richards of Louisville was here during the week on legal business Mrs Fanny T Saffell was In Louis yule during the week the guest of Miss Mae McGlasson Miss Rose Salender returned Thurs day from a weeks visit with relatives in Cincinnati Miss Jennie Lee of Danville spent the week here as the guest of Mr and Mrs Cecil Farmer Mrs Stephen Brawner spent the week in Henry county as the guest of relativesMr W Gayle spent several days In Louisville during the week with friends Mr John M Bull spent the week at Irvine as the guest of his sister Mrs William Williams Mrs Sam H Peters spent the week in Shelbyville as tbe guest of friends Mr and Mrs J F Harcourt entertained as their guest during the week Mrs Mary Ray of New York Mr Lee E Hampton deputy insur ance commissioner is spending a two weeks vacation at Tatham Springs Mr C Walter Hay left Wednesday for Bay View Mich where he will spend a two weeks vacation Mr and Mrs J G Venable who have been the guests of Mr and Mrs William T Reading are now with rel atives in Shelby county Mrs S W Hager was in Lexington during the week for a brief visit with her sister Mrs C J Norwood Miss Virginia Thomas has returned to her home in Henry county after a weeks visit with Mrs James H ThompsonDr A Fish has returned from Petoskey Mich where he spent two weeks vacation Judge Robert L Stout and Mrs Stout of Versailles were among the visitors here during the week Mr and Mrs William C Newman of Louisville came Monday to spend a ten days vacation with Mrs Mary Newman and family Miss Virginia Walker of Louisville spent the week here as the guest of Miss Frances Lutkemeler Miss Keith King who has been the guest of Miss Aline Halton has re turned to her home at Shelbyvile Miss Elizabeth Giltner has return ed to her home at Eminence after a weeks visit with Mr and Mrs J William Gayle Dr J H Feamster Is spending his vacation with relatives at Dublin Va and will return about the first of Sep tember Miss Bertha Scott has returned from Shelbyville where she spent sev eral days as the guest of Miss Julia Poynter Judge C E Booe and Miss Eloise Booe spent several days during the week In Louisville as guests at the parr Dawson of Bloomfield came Tuesday for a visit with Misses Margaret and Elizabeth Sargent Mr and Mrs Egbert Stephens left Tuesday for New York where Mrs Stephens will purchase her fall and winter line of millinery Mrs W B Chenoweth and daugh ter Miss Margaret Chenoweth left Thursday for Knoxville Tenn where they will spend a month with rela tives Mr and Mrs William T Lindsay and children returned Monday to their home at Tryon N C after a visit ii if vit J r Weitzels 1i August Clearance 3 a e Now Going On II II J Rathskeller a Soup a la Batailler Tbe Only Beer Haucks Special Dark A SCHNEIDER JR = Opens Sept 3y Mises Bertha 1cottc SCHOOL Primary Intermediate and College Preparatory Depart mentsLanguages a Special tyApply to 302 Shelby Street for terms with his father Mr John B Lindsey and family Mrs James R Ely left Monday evening for Tryon N C where she will spend a month with Mr William Tl Llndsey and family Mr Walter Dh Franklin and family of Louisville came Monday to spend a two weeks vacation with his moth er Mrs Agnes L Franklin Mrs Jennie C Morton and Miss Sallie Jackson are spending two weeks at Niagara Falls and points of Inter est In Canada Mrs William L Cannon and daugh ter Miss Florence Cannon of Wood ford county made a brief visit dur ing the week with Mrs Hiram Berry Mr W T Collins left Wednesday for Louisville where he will spend his vacation among friends Mrs A C Van Winkle and son Master A Jr returned Wednesday from St Louis where they spent several weeks with relatives Mr Frank Chinn has returned from South Yarmouth Mass where ho spent two weeks with Mr Charles H Davis Rev Jesse R Bclglor and Mrs Zoig ler have returned from Parkersburg Va where they spent their vacation with relatives- Mrs Anna Wiles was In Loxlngtoa during the week ns the guest of her H IiitJ tf 11 pSdaughterOudg J H Kuelrigg and Mrs Haze IJg returned Thursday from a twu weeks visit at Petoskey Mich Mr and Mrs C rah am Vroeland of Louisville spent Wednesday here ag the guests of Mr Hubert Vreeland and family Miss Margaret Gorman of Louisville came Wednesday for a visit with Mr William J Gorman and family on Third street Mr and Mrs N F Richardson Jr rt have returned to their home at Naslu ville Tenn after a two weeks visit with the formers parents Mr and Mrs N F Richardson Mrs Peter King has returned to lies viseIit with Mr and Mrs Pat OBrien Mr and Mrs A G Jeffers returned Thursday from a two weeks vacation spent at Atlantic City Washington Yorkj Brown returned ou Thursday from Wisconsin where he n spent two weeks with the Chippewa Club t Rev T F Taliaferro of Cynthlana is spending a few days hero with his daughter Mrs Ralph R Wilson T Llndsey South left Thurs 1Mrs Birmingham Ala where she spend a month as the guest at relativesd g I k i It HN jt SAGE SIX SATURDAY AUGUSTAISM i SIXTH SENSE Warns Refugee When Pursuers Are Near Will Rousey Possesses Ri s 1 markable Power baseda Yeud Ftoall Run Down 4- d GRANTED PAROLE FROM PRISON I The man with the sixth sense who knows from intuition that he is being s chased is to be released from the penitentiary on parole His name Is William Rousey and he is serving a sentence of twentyone years having been convicted in Boyle county of manslaughter for the shooting of one Mastin The killing was a neighborhood feud and both men were using revolvers when the fatal shot was fired Rousey comes of a note family His grandfather had seven sons Of the seven only one met a natural death the others being sent Into eternity by bullet or knife wounds All of the seven are dead the last Mlcajah Rousey having been killed at Junction City by the marshal Will Rousey Is a nephew of Micajah Rousey He has anothe cousin in the prison who was con- Victed of killing an old man name Kiser in the courthouse at Danville After Will Rousey had been convicted and sentenced to the penitentiar he appealed his case to the Court of Appeals While this appeal was pent t r lag he broke Jail at Danville sawing the bars in two and getting away The man who escaped with him was captured but Rousey seemed to have been swallowed up He was a mem ber of the Railway Trainmens Union t Mid carried a card which would pass him on any railroad in the country- In this way he was enabled to mak quick Jumps about the country Walter Fitzgerald was Jailer of Boyle county and he and Tom Helm then Chief of Police went after Rousey Months passed and the people had forgoten that such a man as Rousey existed More than a year after Rouseys escape he was arrested in a small town in Southern I California He was brought back and when the Court of Appeals affirmed his case he was brought to the penis tentlary here During the eight years that passed after his escape jHelm was on the trail of Rousey and KJtwice was within two hours of him y reaching a town only that length of time after Rousey had gone The chase was from Illinois to Southern Arkansas and back four times and then across Texas and New Mexico intQ California During this time Rousey never had positive information that anybody was after him He received warnings in some mysterious way He says something told him that Tom Helm was after him and would come to the town in which he happened to be at that time As soon as this feeling came upon him without questioning it Rousey would leave On the day before he was arrested Rousey said ihe was sitting by the railroad track the yards where he was Cmpolyed He said the old feeling which said to i him plainly Tom Helm is coming here after you came over him He said he went at onto to the foreman of the yard and asked for his pay and also for a pass to Canada This was on Thursday The foreman per suaded Rousey to wait until Saturday and work the week out The failure to obey the warning caused Rousey to be caught Just at the edge of what would have been safety and he went to the penitentiary where he has made a good record Whether it was Instinct or what that gave him the warnings when he was a fugitive nobody knowsleast of all Rousey He undoubtedly had Yarning of some sort and he led the officers a merry and long chase by reason of this A feud was started between the Rouseys and the Atkins in Lincoln county back In the seventies because J 9 Rousey a handsome mountain boy got the best of a love affair in which one of the Atkins was his rival After the genuine Kentucky fashion the lovers decided to settle t their differences with a pistol fight in f which Rousey was victorious but his victory was only temporary for after he had been arrested and placed in Jail at Stanford a mob of citizens vis- Ited the Jail placed a chain around ills neck and dragged him for a mile up to tho old elm tree at the cemetery gate where they hanged him This lynching started tho Rouses Ik iF i w rirt and the Atkins on the war path arid for some time neither age nor sex was taken into consideration and death followed their footsteps The next of the Rouseys to fall a victim to this kind of warfare was Tom Rousey aged 14 who was shot to death in Milledgeville in Lincoln county in 1876 and his little sister struck over the head with the butt oi a gun and left to die The ooupl had Just left Sundayschool when they were attacked and youi Rousey was so game when he was told to run out of the village for his life that he bared his breast which was pierced by the bullets of his enemies tae next Rousey to be killed was amitvi wnnenjx in 1876 aiuctio Cit became engaged In a ght with iTcSmpany of militia which was trying to arrest him The next Rousey to meet death was Arch Rousey who was shot in 1878 while resisting arrest at Huntsville by Clay Powell and Samuel William who were trying to serve the warrant on him The next Rousey to be killed was Qampbell Rousey who was shot from ambush In 1880 while traveling from the railroad station his general merchandise store His head was literally shot off his shoulders with buckshot The next Rousey to be killed was George Rousey who was ambushed In 188 near Parksville while riding on a load of posts and no trace of his assassin was ever found The next of the Rouseys to meet death was Mlcajah Rousey who was shot at Junction city in 1896 by Frank Ellls during a quarrel All of the Rousey had killed one or more men but the last of the Rouseys to kill his man is the paroled convict who kille Mastin as the result of an election quarrel as Rousey had challenge Mastins vote Rousey always took a great interest in elections and while a fugitive at Van Buren Ark knocked down R J Talmer n wealthy hotel keeper for cursing the late Gov William Goebel and expressing his satisfaction at his assassination 0 WILL SHOOT If Necessary To Protect To bacco Now Growing GEORGE GRADDY WARNS ALL PERSONS TO STAY OFF HIS PLACE RUMORS OF RAID One of the few men who have dared to defy the night riders and who are growing crops of Burley bacco this year was in Frankfort to report to the Adjutant General on the situation The man is George Graddy whose barn was burned by night riders on a raid in Woodford county Mr Graddy has caused it to be known that it will be dangerous for any man to go upon his farm with out being accompanied by dither Mr Graddy or one of his men Mr Graddy has employed a number of hands to work his tobacco as he has- a large crop and all of the men are armed and prepared to resist Ar Graddy says that he intends to market his tobacco and he will not permit any Interference The to Ijaco is now almost ready to be cut und some of it will be cut this week nd put in the barn Threats of what will be done by tho night riders are already being cir culated through the Burley dlstriet and it even has been announced that a demonstration In force will be made by the night riders It is reported that a body of 500 will start on a march throught the Burley district and will wipe out all the tobacco which is found applying the torch to such barns as contain tobacco Adjt Gen Johnston says he does not believe that any such demonstration will be made and he thinks that the rumors will end In talk Those men who have grown tobacco however are not taking that view of it and are preparing themselves to fight In Madison county where there is a large crop of Burley those who did not get into the pool are preparing- to fight for their crops and will not submit to annoyance or violence- In the next twenty days most of the tobacco which has been grown will be rut and put into the barns and then he second phase of the tobacco fight In the Burley district will become live The first stage was when the obacco was planted in the beds It was then that plant beds were scraped and warning notices sent Vfter the tobacco had been planted it could not be injured but after the crops are in the barns fire will be ised and many barns may be burned Ion Johnston is preparing to do what he can to protect property and he soldiers will bo used as long as hey are needed We print anything and we print rrerytk1ag dtG t J itrt BOONES BIf Undoubtedly Lies In The Cemetery In Frankfort Col Durrett Says Missouri Story Is Canard Like Many uniui Wrns Of Big Men THE CASKET WAS EXAMINED HERE CourierJournal A year ago it was Quantrell the guerilla leader long dead and burled who was seen fishing out In Oregon more recently It was the dying state ment of the last survivor of the poss whidh slew the Bender family and day before yesterday It was Missouri that contributed to the gaiety of that everrecurring drama things are not what they are because they are otherwise A year ago J tookI two hours of hard labor to e to the nited States in genenren tucky in particular that n trell who was found fishl Pacific slope in the ColunlDii Iver for salmon was not the Quantrell who was hanged in or near Louisville at- the close of the Civil War There was a whole lot of caustl and sarcastic comment following the dying statement of the last survivor of the posse which wiped the Bender family from the map of Kansas be tore this startling story was relegated to the sea serpent department of the literary warehouse for midsumme tales Although the Bender tale has hardly had time to gather cobwebs the warm weather and the telegraph wires brought another story to Ken lucky from Missouri conveying the startling information that the morta body of the famous pioneer Dante Boone does not repose in the grass cemetery at Frankfort where they are crowned by the Daniel Boone monument Instead they still remain through a grievous error in their first resting place In the Marthasville Mo cemeteryThe J E McQuie is accredited In the dispatch with the discovery ol the mistake in the removal of the wrong body He Is quoted as having talked with the old settlers in tht community who altO give it as their opinion that the body of Kentuckys great frontiersman and trapper does not lie beneath the Boone monument in the cemetery in Frankfort In the cool recesses of the spacious library of Col R T Durrett on East Chestnut street it took Col Durrett Kentuckys famous historian not quite sixty mliiutes to knock the dubious theory of the old settlers of Marthasville Mo into a cocked hat Cot Durrett said the report was in credulous and baseless so absolutely inconceivable that it was hardly worthy of serious consideration Nevertheless Col Durrett dug into his library and hauled forth volumes that had to do with the subject The evidence produced would have convinced the Rev Mr McQuie himself History states that Daniel Boone was buried near Marthasville Mo September 1820 The old settlers who were alive although with out a sense of consciousness because ar their newness on earth are today 88 years old Those who were old enough to have attended the funeral and spotted the grave are centena rians No record of a colony of cen tenarlans living near Marthasville Mo in which might have been some who attended Boones funeral could be found after a long search yester day At any rate it hasnt been dis covered by the Sunday editors This leaves the statement still unre fated that the grave of Daniel Boone was unmarked and that he was not placed alongside his wife The old settlers admit that the body of Re- becca Ryan Boone wife of the trap per is in Frankfort but that the jody now resting nearby belongs to a stranger Just how the Kentuclt aus who were strangers in Missouri picked out the casket of Mrs Boone Prom among the unmarked graves and failed to locate that of her lustrious husband is not accounted for in the alleged discovery of the Rev Mr McQuie Neither does the dispatch explain vhy the old settlers of Marthas Hie Mo did not guide the unfamiliar Kentuckians i n locating the sight grave The bodies were ex mmed and brought to Kentucky in 845 The old settlers were then nen 37 years of age They knew the rave of Daniel Boone even thought was unmarked History states that there were many people in the little cemetery when the bodies were take ti ittJ l l JL I ivA J up yet there is never a rword in th dispatch that the Kentuckians ceived any information that they were making a mistake The more Col Durrett thought about the report that all that is mortal of Daniel Boone remains In MIs- souri the more he became convince that It was absolve rot The Ken tacky which went afte the body was created by an net of the Legislature of 184445 The men were pointed by the Governor The commission first secured the pormis sion of the children and living rela tIves of Daniel Boone to remove thj bodies Then the consent of State of Missouri was granted To make sure tnat no mistake made Missouri in her permit for removal of the bodies descril minutely the place in the cemeter where they were to be found There were many men till living it beIng only twentyfive years after the burial n13 hnda ten ed the funera and who assisted the Kentucky Commission in making the necesary arrangements by w the bodies were removed to Frankfort Great cart was taken not only to get the body ot Daniel Boone but also not to take away the body of some person for whose removal the Kentucky Com mislon had no permit The casket of Daniel Boone was opened at the time before Its re burial In Frankfort In the caske was found enough to identity the body as that of the trapper Col Dur rett has a plaster cast of Boone skull made at this time by Robes Peter Kentuckys celebrated chemist o ATTACK GUARD A Desperate Convict Nearly ItKills E K Boyers OTHER PRISONERS INTERFERE GOVERNOR ASKED TO REWARD THEM Because they Interferred to sav the life of a guard who had been attacked and was about to be killet by one of the convicts in the penten tiary here Tony Wing Lloyd Holtoi and Price Stewart may have theirsen tences commuted Gov Willson has been requested to grant a commuta tion of the sentences which have been imposed on the men the re quest coming from the Board o Prison Comnilsioners Wing is serv ing a sentence of two years of which tie has served 8 months It is sug gested that his sentence be com muted to one year Helton is serving a life sentence fur murder having been sent from Whitley county- It is recommended that his sentence be commuted to twentyone years Stewart who killed a man in this county and received a sentence of years has been in prison only a few months It is recommended that his sentence be commuted to 8 years The attack on the guard happened last Friday but was not made pub Ic E K Boyers a guard was at tacked by George Sizemore one of the most desperate men in the prison Sizemore had a rock in a small sack and used the weapon as- a slungshot He attacked Boyers striking him on the head with the stone Boyers was disabled by the first blow and Sizemore then sprang on the prostrate guard and would have killed him had not Wing Stew art and Helton Interferred They caught Sizemore and prevented him from continuing to beat the guard The attention of the prison com mission was called to their action and in view of their promptness and nerve in helping the guard the com mission r commended to the Gover nor that they be rewarded in some substantial way The commission Itself can do nothing in the cases as none of the men are eligible to parole o talents and Fights Keep Crowd Wrought Up LIVELY TIME AROUND McCLURE BUILDING FOR SHORT SPACE OF TIME Accidents and fights kept Frankfort stirred up to the limit for a few minutes last Saturday afternoon but when the smoke cleared away it was found that nobody had been tilled and only two men slightly jured For a time it looked like the casualties would be as great as in some of the battles In the war with Spain It was hot for one thing and hat may have had something to do with it Then too there was a crowd In town and everybody was fret lag At the McClure building an eleva tor fell with two of the workmen It popped about thirty feet and the mon who were in It were both In JonWe are makemore room ire are square feet and when completed we will then have 15CCO feet of floor space We are compelled to have more room and in order to reduce our stock at once we are offering 10 Per Cent Off On ev1erything in a our house Now is the time to buy Furniture V t Carpets Rugs Mat N tings at a very low7tfigure If not satisfac tory for you to pay cash N you can make satisfactory J arrangements with us as toxterms GEORGE I Om E1TrKENTUCKY S SEPT1415161lS19190Ss r1 sIX BIG DAYS DAILY KACES J 25000 IN PREMIUMS WEBERS tvHere 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 asmillion to visit this years Fair LOW RAILROAD RATESIWow information entry blanks or catalog address J W NEWMAN Secretary X Louisville Ky It Summer Vacation T ripsi QUEEN CRESCENT VIA ROUTE I TO THE Lake Seaside and Mountain Resorts Summer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale If you Intend taking a trip fill out blank and mall for Information H C KINO C P A 101 East Main St Lexington Name Destination Address KyIi Jured As the streets were crowded a throng soon surged about the build ing In an effort to see what was go ing on Mr Bailey who has charge of the work on the building tried to keep the crowd out and pushed one man a little too hard That man re sented the pushing and whipped out a pistol announcing that he was out to kill Mr Bailey Mr Bailey promptly went away with the Inten tion of returning and protecting himself but tho police arrived and took the disturber off to jail Across the street ia a knot of men somebody called somebody else bad name ands was promptly knocked tot qA J t the pavement This caused more ex Itement and while the crowd was J trying to see the injured men In the McClure building the scaffolding on which they had climbed gave way Several men were thrown to the ground but none of them was jured o No one is immune from kidney trou ble so just remember that Foleys Kidney Remedy will stop the irregu larities and euro any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not boyond the reach of medicine For sole by all druggists IW 1 1 1P rvmf 1 liPtif Jt JlAGEIEVIjKiNG RICHARD GORE LANDS IN COUNTY JAIL ONCE MORE f ce Champion Cakewalker Accused Of Working Smooth Swindle Game King Richard Gore the hero of a red defeats at the hands of the K x shscakewalk among the black ent of Kentucky once more Ian hes behind the bars of the Jef ferson county jail again with one of the many charges that have beenhi brought against him In times obtaining money on false pretenses says the Ourler Journal The alleged victim of this last of fense of King Dick is Aunt Jennie Smith a negro woman for in years As usual this famous art let gifted in almost all the arts known In the way of working the un declares that he has bee ibad Imposed upon t King Richard Is accused of work Ing Aunt Jennie for 10 Some tim Jason Smith the son of Aunt IIago was arrested on the charge shooting at without wounding King Richard since the decadence of i riffs early profession of cakewalking t been a preacher or as he says spreader of the Gospel But with the past year he took up the idea 1a he was somewhat of a lawyer his dilapidated silk tile has been seen In the corridor of the basement of the city hall during the r court hours As soon as Jason was locked up Aunt Jennie declared to 1 fete officer that Kng Dick made his apearance at her house and told her if she would part with 10 he would J see that her son would come clear of all charges jajof wor It is said Aunt Jennie bor lrowcdlho fO front a friend and gave it to him On the day of the trial Aunt Jennie says that King anlyi OUT OF JOB Chief Tysons Old Fire Horse Will Run No More kt61ittering Automobile Takes Hard Work 1Intemgent Animal Tells How About Itw tSTEHiTHIN6 ALSO GIVES VIEW Chief Tyson of the Louisville Flr Department has an automobile which he will go to fires T 1I t Courler Journal has the following about ItIIf beein cause of his failure to keep step the terrific pace sot in the march rprogress As yet Tom has not finally I decided whether he is happy or vie pressed at the loss of his old pIaceI but he is rather inclined to believe v that fate has dealt kindly with him it Last night he suspended the operaI t tlon of munching his evening meallife to be interviewed by a reporter t The newsgatherer expected to fir losstofI He was in a philosophical mood mind was running thiswise l Is It better to continue at the t for a short heartbreaking spell wi 11the streetcleaning department at lj stithe home for tho aged and infirmI a more a shuffle along througha more peaC0and I furilfe Which That is the question that esterdaSy s gasoL TIItJ recently purchased In Detroit for theI Department Tom was led out of his l if Headquarters his buggy was and the now fire au runwaythe an lelly demon ty blocks her son the taste of the open at andIclosely Dodging about he caught bit of what she was telling the officers and soon beat a hasty retreat officers have been watching Ccr m ever since Last evening as Patrolmen Dundon and Connelly were strolling down Main street between vifth and Sixth they spied the wily dng and abruptly pinched him protusdiharacter King Rchard was marched to the Jail and put behind the bars A warrant will be sworn out morningnHe looked awfully humiliated last night and tears flowed down his big hee protested Isis innocence Boss said ne you know I oughtnt to be here Just think of me having cakewalked all over Ken tucky and Indiana for many years striving to defeat Frogeye You know when I finally put him off the course I determined to quit the game and be a better man I went into the ministry and God knows Iv done great work since then This Is the work of evil people I am bound to come out all right Bos havent you got a dime for an old friend Fortunately for King Richard h did not wear his ancient tile who arrested and but few of his old a mirers in the cakewalking area his as he walked to il between his oldtime the hulecoats He declare last night that nothing would force him to give up his evangelistic but Aunt Jennie says that she doe want him to come around hey r more Yes Im down and out with the Chief said Tom resignedly last night He and I have parted com pany That brother of the imperti nent animals that have been honk honking at me whenever vi went out on the street has taken my place He can outrun me the best day I ever lived they say Well perhaps I could go faster If they fed me on gasoline instead of oats I dont know thoughIs it true that that little fellow who now has my place has thirty horses locked up in his iron body It Is Tnen no wonder he Isa better horse than I am No Ive not lost out entirely Ive just been reduced But that hurts my pride because It makes me feel thtet Im a patrolman Theyre always being reduced you now It was heartbreaking that for the Chief He was al ways in such a hurry He didnt are at what time of the night he went ont Why do you know when I went to that fire near Louis Doer hoefers house two months ago I opnen heAnd then only a few weeks later Box 123 a twoalarm at Floyd and streets almost ppllodexcuse my cork Do you know that I am horse NO3 that has drawn the Chief this year The other two are now do cleaningofId have been a candidate for one of those jobs In a short time It took strong horse to last long in this fast company Of course it hurt tny pride to be set aside for th steel buggy But Im going to take easy and pull Assistant Chief thedre two and thena dump cart in t departmentH a yesterday to sooty what he could wasntthan sondie earth some weeks when he g coupleri of ms ones Louisville Is a big to and there is something to burn every part of it Then the longlegged deep lung ed Ironnerved TOOl said goodnight and returned to ills oats muttering his soliloquy hotwen bites riplloThere ho was all shiny and new tugging at his leaches impatient to ho off and doing Just my tacit lie groaned odi or ously with la Rockefeller taint In his breathNot an alarm today Como down here all the way from Detroit to show off and they dont give mo a chance Just stand hero like I was made of wood Ill pine away If there Isnt some excitement I dont wish West Point any harm but Id like to see It cah on fire Id get the chief down there before they could turn on the water Tnats what Id do I can make fiftyfive tulles an hour if the road Is clear Just go like the devil after a lost soul Rip up the pavements and burn up the The Chief breezed me out a little erday Had me cut as far as St hews Ran me himself all the to the barn through Cherokee k Why die handles me already e a veteran Oscar Trese who inderstands us fellows has spent the day In teaching the Chief Tom Callahan the Chler s aide and Henry Gottbreth laddernian of itheNo how tox operate me hi Chiefs mechanician spent the day pawing around getting familiar with my parts But say This quiet Is some thing fierce Ill die of ennui HonK Honk Start someumg eoGUILT But Thinks He Has Been Punished Enough NEGRO CONVICT ASKS GOVER NOR TO TELL GOV COX TO PARDON HIM Please tell Gov Cox to pardon me saideDavid W Lewis a negro convict in the penitentiary in a letter which he seemedsto labor under the delusion that GOT Cox Is the official pardott giver and Willnhimdthatepunishedshis pardon largely because of his letter The following Is the letter 1908sSur I hope you excus me for tatting the liberty to write you in such an akward way but I am poor prisoner and dont how to address gate folks Dear Sur I write to ask you will you please to let go I am serving 20 years for stealing some second handed carpenter tools I am guilty and deserve to be punished but not so much as my State lawyer Mr Allen Kenney said so I have been in here nearly thirteen years I was sent up from Louls lle the 28th of April S9The Judge and attorney who sent me ire all dead there names were mi Xoble and mr Frank Parsons so I cant do anything but ask you for mercy as I plead guilty my lawyer told me to do so and take 5 years offord to take that but the prosecuting attorney wouldnt take it then my lawyer told me to take 10 years and hey wouldnt let me off at that and pled guilty to the juries and got 10 years and my lawyer salt It was frame up Some of the best white people in Louisville Is with me and one you know mr James fetter promI- SES my old mother who Is nearly 72 years that he would write you please- to pardon me but I havent heard yet so I thought I would nail you to please tell GOY Cox to turn me a loose theI next time you go away I have a good prison record Your humble servant meDAVID W LEWIS o Would Close Both deState Normal Schools KY COURTS SUSTAIN OPINION atOF ATTORNEYGENERAL ON NEW ACT Should the Auditor of State adhere Breathhee to pay the appropriation of the last Uu1dountil after the constitutionality of th act has has been passed upon by the tempoetaSuch is the opinion of the Hon Jere A Sullivan of Madison county au foinIt Is also the belief of Mr Sullivan tllat should the courts decide the act unconstitutional It will result In the permanent closing of the institutions- of learning as the declaring of the net unconstitutional would be to de prlve them of all provision for the maintenance Judge Sullivan says he has no knowledge of whether or not the State Auditor will follow the opinion of the AttorneyGeneral or those of the Court of Appeals handed down several years ago on exactly the same question of law I iiIiTi Ii J IF r ANNOUNCEMENT rtlaving obtained his consent we an nounce to his friends and to the Defeo crats of Franklin County that Mr SCOTT BROWN of Purrington Precinct is a can didate for Representative subject to the action of the Democratic Party in Frank v lin County JUdgeReubenFranklin County before the Civil War His uncle General Scott Brown was a State Senator a Representative twice and AdjutantGeneral during the administra tion of Governor Beriah flagoffin t Mr Browns Democracy has never been questioned He is a Christian gentlemen honest and capable He is thoroughly qualified to discharge the duties of Representative from Frank offwe bespeak for him the earnest and enthu siastic support of his friends and the Demo crats of Franklin County to the end thanMr Brown will receive the Democratic nomination which we believe is equiva lent to election RespectfullyrW E THOMPSON C H THOMASI ARMSTRONGIv W SCOTT Insurance Company Pleads Riot Clauses CLAIMS RAID BY NIGHT RIDERS RELIEVE ITS LIABILITY FOR LOSS Alleged Incendiarism by night- riders will be urged as a defense to the payment of fire insurance policies for 4000 upon which A H Cardln a tobacco grower and warehouseman- of View Crittenden county sued the Globe and Rutgers Fire Insurance Company of New York One of the plaintiffs suits is for 2000 on bacco which he says was worth 040 while the other is for 1500 on his warehouse and 500 on equipment used In handling tobacco The Insurance was written December 11 1907 and the property was destroyed on the night of February 8 1908 The fire Insurance company claims that It is not liable under tits riot clause included in the policies which are of the regulation typo The plaintiff denies all knowledge is to who burned his property and claims the Insurance just as in any other fire T W Spindle an attor ney representing Cardin stated yesterday that his client was a member- of the Society of Equity Accepts Plans forIeBuilding At F M I The State Board of Control of Char table Institutions has accepted plans drawn by D X Murphy Bro of Louisville for tits erection of a girls iormltory and laundry at the Feeble Minded Institute at Frankfort and bids for the work will bo opened by the board at Frankfort on September i The erection of the new dormitory ivlll bo of great benefit to the InstlI prespecially adapted for the use ofI young girls It will be built out orI funds appropriated by the last Ken tucky General Asembly and will be two stories high with a basement When completed the Institution will be one of the very best of its kind In the country OLD THyLilli DISTILLERY I THE HOME OF OLD TAYLOR IA BEVERAGE WHISKEY OF TOPMOST CLASS BOTTLED IN BOND IAge Proof Genuineness and Measure Are of Government Guarantee H TAYLOR JRIIE Incorporated SONSJ lr ir a ij Big Sum For Loyal Growers of Tobaceo Franklin county tobacco growers who have their crops pooled with the Burley obacco Society will have plenty of money within the next few days and business Is expected to ick up in all lines of trade Within he next few days 32000 will be county who had their crops pooled The money Is on deposit In Winches ter and checks are being made out as rapidly as possible o We will call and show you sample- of any kind of prihHog Use elth8 phone No 11 e I 7i t k National Committee Wants Gov Becbham The chairman of the speakers bu Iphonedfill appointments in other States be ginning the 29th The Governors business matters forced him to cline but he may later fill some Kentuckytotime that he will devote to making speeches o If a printer treats customers in the treatrt r popularity iAI t I SPECIAL SALE OF REMNANTS I IMissesMens Underwear per garment25cParasols slightly 9Bc each I Dr- yAiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl Goods Taylor and Flnley Wont Promise Bail The old talk about W S Taylor and Charles Finley coming back to Ken for trial on the Indictments charging them with the murder f William is revived and Gov Wlllson gave out a statement re garding his action He simply reiter tiled what he has already said many times that he would consider the cases In the regular order of When they were presented to him and not The statement con nothing new The Governor says that If the cases are allowed to go through the regular order of things and Taylor and given a fair trial and bail with security he will do nothing and will not interfere pending a trial An immense lot of Remnants left over from our July Clear ance Sale are now on our coun ters ridiculously cheap How thrifty women will snatch t summer waists and childrens wear In addi tion to our Remnants we have reduced on every article of summer merchandise We name a few of the many bargains to be found here Balbriggan White Silk soiled Infants Muslin caps 15C Of tucky Goebel being things before tained Pmley allowed ample marked prices Carpets but that he would consider a failure to grant bail as making a difference between these cases and others He says he considers that the indictment constitutes a prima facie case Commonwealths Attorney Franklin said today that he would not make any agreement regarding ball for Tay lor and Finley and would not consider puch a thing as long as they are out of the jurisdiction of the Franklin Circuit Court where they are Indicted The Governor says that Finley Is not In good health and several of his rela tives have asked the Governor what he would do with their cases He says Finley wants a trial and vindica tion and both Taylor and Finley will come back If they are assured a fair trial and fair treatment o For RentFive room brick cottage on Shelby street good garden Moses R Glenn 506 old phone Capitol Commission To Complete Dome The Capitol Commission will com plete the work on the dome of the new Capitol instead of having the work done by the General Supply and Construpction Company which has the contract to erect the new building Qlsagreernqnt arose over the kind of cement which was used in the dome of th wl the construction comity tlJltciCommission claims failed orVHsed to comply with the specification At a meeting of the commission Tuesday a resolution was adopted Instructing the architect to take the work out of the hands of the company The commission will have the work done according to the way the commission wants it done and will deduct the cost from the 80000 which is withheld for just such an emergency from the amount to be paid to the company Ten per cent of the contract price off the building is retained until some time after the building is completed so that the State will have some re- courSe against the contractor If anything Is wrong The Is completed and there n little work to be done nal contract The remainspany will finish ever e dome and that will e commission The cost great and It will make but little dif fernce in the cost of the building o First Railroad Ride For Mountain Children The Lexington and Eastern Railroad will give eighty students In the moun thin school at Herald Ky the first ride on a railroad train In their lives next Saturday when the entire school will be taken on an excursion to Nat ural Bridge Miss May P Abbott who has charge of the school requested Charles Scott of the Lexington and Eastern to give the children a ride to Jackson Mr Scott at once replied offering on behalf of the management of the road the trip to Natural Bridge which was accepted o Good printing and moderate prices is our hobby goods they going weeks summer goods store l Mens Suits 1250 about 25 1 of the 25 If Serge Suits 1650 worth 25 30 Young Mens Fancy Suits onehalf price on fancy in store Mens Belts at onehalf price Neckwear at onehalf Fight Over Branding Of Whiskey f fTh 1Jattle between the distillers and Internal revenue officials over the branding of liquors will be recommence the United States Court fore Jndge Thompson District At n11belwhile whisky la made from the fer mented inash of sound cereal graln digested at low temperature and retains the volatile flavors characteris tic of the grains as well as of other flavoring matters resulting from the fermentation and distilling the neu tral spirits on the other hand are made from fermented mash grain sound or unsound and then digested at high temperature often 340 de gres Fahrenheit are entirely fre from the characteristic odor and flovor of the grain mash When neutral spirits are made to look and taste like whisky by the ad dition of artlflcal coloring and flavor ing extracts the resulting product is Imitation whisky the profesor says The government witnesses are J O Laback chemist of the Kentucky Ag ricultural Experiment Station and many others o Advance To Meet Night Riders ni the border between Tennessee and Kentucky there has been muster ed into service a company of militia which is the advance outpost to head off night riders who might come Into Kentucky from Tennessee The new company to which equipment was Is sued Tuesday is located at Columbus Hickman county and contains the full roster The officers aro Captain A J Hess first lieutenant H Pear son second lieutenant T F Jordan o GEO DAVIS ANNOUNCES George T Davis at present City Prosecutor has announced his can didacy for County Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party Sir Davis Is an old newspaper man IBargains in igles that sold for 600 per thou sand reduced to per thousand 4 00 50sand0sand2sand50 Jt HAMMOND COMPANY FRANKFORT KY tJ1 Will Raise Cattle On Famous Horse Form After being conducted lor over a half a century as one of the leading thoroughbred Breeding establishments In America the famous Price Me Grath farm better known as Ma grnthlna which was sold Tuesday by Col Miltqn Young to Messrs R A and W S Beasley of Lancaster will be converted Into a beefcattle ranch for the raising and breeding of export cattle o Mr David B Vaughn returned Thurs day to his home at Catlettsburg after a weeks visit with his wife Mrs Vaughn who is spending the summer with her father lair W McKee Har die o Mr J Walter Jeffers returned Thursday from a two weeks stay in the East While away he visited New York Washington and Atlantic City BRID6EfORDlGo M Interior decorations done to suit all tastesIn oil colors colors wall paper relief etc Collins Bldg Main Street Home Phone 34 A WantedTreveling Salesmen to sellIiPlantation Molasses Salary andIexpenses Exclusive territory Ad dress National Molasses CoSt Louis Mo 222t 0 lit Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure 1 any case of kidney or bladder trouble that Is not beyond Ie reach of medl fiF cine No medicine can do more For t i t sale all druggists i 0Mrs John W Rodman entertained us her guest during the week Mrs James B Frazier of Cincinnati 1 1 t i McClures GREAT REMOVAL Sale 0ii IvT been moving fast and at the way have been for the j i two we will have few to into our new left and X30 each Blue any suit I 4Fancy Resumed Outpost frescoI by Has last very move and 5 6 and 7 Pants at 375 i+ Laird Saho bar Cos 5 Oxfords 299jfrre Womens Tan Pumps worth 3 t t t now 150 Straw Hats onehalf price 1 All Hats reduced except Dunlap i J and Stetsons t 6 = IDONT WAIT TO LONG COME TODAY llJf R K McCLURE SO1NSdINCORPORATEDI iII J t c rP it iL h4 i rq i