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V1 FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS I- 4 0 LjAND ROUNDABOUT ILXXXI FRANKFORT KENTUCKY AUGUST 29 1908 No 51 s 4 filhtuil- i HONOR ereI United States enator J B McCreary Elected President Peace and Arbitration League Will Draw Salary of 7500 Each Year GOSSIPY NEWS FROM THE INSIDER Correspondencek Xoiiisville Ky Aug really most gratifying to the friends of Senator James B McCreary to hear that he has been signally honored by the Peace and Arbitration League of th- eUS which has just elected him President He is to assume his active duties as soon as his term as U S Senator expires next month His headquarters will be In New York and he will draw a salary of 7500 a year the same that lie drew as U S Sena torPresident Theodore Roosevelt and Admiral George Dewey are honorary presidents of the organization It Is a splendid commentary on the two Kentucky Senato at Washington of best known recent fame that im mediately after their retirement from office they were given positions of high honor and emolument Senator J C S Blackburn after a long and distinguished career was ma- dejGovernor of the Canal Zone bya President of the nation and he Is now serving In that capacity with great credit to himself and his State Senator McCrearys record In Congress is Intimately associated with movements for peace and arbitration Sonic years ago his bill providing for the PanAmerican Congress which met in Washington and was attended- bsixteen of the American Republics The Peace and Arbitration League of the United States Is the outgrowth of the Congress which Senator Mc Creary was Instrumental in bringing about land which will make a place for him in the history of the American Nations It is not known whether Senator McCreary will be compelled r to take up his residence in New York but It Is hoped that the duties are not such as will require him to give up his residence in Kentucky since I was talking And by the way about Kentucky Senators who have been honored byAmerIcan Presidents upon their retirement from political office I recall that Senator Lindsay was made a Commissioner of the Fair at st LOuis to repre Isent the Interests of the United States Government I mentioned some place that Dr Milton Board Intended resigning as a member of the State Board ot Con trol I know this is not true Dr Board Intends reihainiqg on the board until his term expires January 1 and I understand that he would be glad to serve after that but that he will make no application for reappointment The Doctor has organized a sanitarium in Louisville and I imagine that he is establishing himself against the day that the will be without his regular monthly voucher upon tho State Treasurer It Is likely that he will make Louisville his home A man may Pool the public but it Is t difficult to pull the wool over the eyes cf his valet or his chauffeur Indeed r some high brow Is credited with the statement that no man Is a hero In the eyes of his buzz wagon pilot My only acquaintance with chauffeurs lhas been nII sidestepping their ma chinos but If the high brow was right any man who is idolized fly his chauffeur must be tine gOOds all right Thats the case with Charles F t Grainger and his motorist The It4 young follow came from Nom York vl was talking with him the other fdnyIJ been down hero about twelve ho and have been i1cnthsaaid keeping my eyes and ears ape one that dont like Charley is a louse Grainger stands ace high with his chauffeur THE INSIDER o Citizenship Restored To Released Convict WILL MONTGOMERY RECEIVES MERCY AFTER SERVING HIS FULL SENTENCE When he walked out of the doors of the penitentiary Friday afternoon after having been a prisoner for eight years Will Montgomery a ne- gro became a citizen of the State with all the rights accorded another citizen The negro paid the full pen alt and as an act of justice at the end Gov Cox restored him to citizen shipMontgomery was convicted of house lreaking in Louisville and a pair brush valued at 20 cents which ho had in his possession was the prin cipal evidence used against him It was shown that the brush had benn stolen from the house which had been entered Montgomery contended that ho had bought the brush He was convicted and sentenced to serve the eight years His term was completed yesterday and he was released Appli cation had been made to Gov Cox and Gov Willson for the restoration to citizenship on the ground that there is grave doubt about his guilt and he had paid he penalty o Mysterious Paper Sent To Dr Ben 1 Bruner COPY OF JEWISH DAILY WITH MARKED ARTICLE ON FRONT PAGECONTENTS UNKNOWN Dr Ben L Bruner Secretary of State Is looking for somebody who can read Hebrew or Yiddish as he leas a communication that puzzles him In the mail Friday morning Dr Bruner found a Jewish paper pub fished in New York An article or rather a portion of an article on the front page was marked Dr Brunei found the marked article all right but he has no Idea whet the article Is about He has not been able to find anybody In Frankfort who can read Yiddish and his curiosity Is fast ting the better of him He In the first place what that wondersI bout then he wonders why sent to him and who sent it and such things as that All these things hava thus far remained unsolved Somebody suggested that it was an article telling of the Black Hands plans It Is a news Item and not an editorial that Is certain o The Rev A B Chinn Resigns As Pastor The Rev A BChinn rector of the Church of the Ascension has tendered his resignation and expects to leave Frankfort but he has not yet announced Where his new field will be The vestry will act on his resig nation some time next week He has invitations train two Bishops outsido of tills stato to come into their dioceses but he had not Inti mated W any person who and where they are and he will not until his resignation had been finally acted on Rev Chinni says he is sure he can not find any where the people are loveli er to him than in Frankfort and If he leaves he will leave with regret but lIe will leave allyarrshrdlcmf but he says ho feels that he should go forth to work In other fields and that in going he answers a call of duty o HAINS BROTHERS HELD WITH OUT BAIL New York Aug 28Capt Peter C Heins of the United States army who shot and killed William E An nis at Bayslde L I nearly two weeks ngo and Capt Hains brother T Jenkins Hairs a writer for maga zines who It is charged hold tho spectators at bay while tho captain did the killing wore arraigned lnll Magistrates court In Long Island City today on a charge of murder Both wcdp held without bail to the ginndjury t OR CANTR1LL Friends Of Judge Polsgrove Will Wolfe Claim They WiMtorry Frank lin County- Congressional Fight Is Now a Bitter One BOTH CANDIDATES ARE CONFIDENT Friends of J Campbell Caiitrill awl Judge James H Polsgrove say that there Is no question but that Frank lin county will send a delegation to Iho Seventh District Congressional Convention at Lexington instructed for Mr Caiitrill Judge Polsgrove and his friends are backing Mr Can trill and claim to have this county won for their man On the other hand the friends of W P Kimball Mr Can trills opponent say that the county will go uninstructed or instructed for Mr Kimball but they are not making very noisy claims for their candidate It is thought by those best posted on olltlcal affairs in the county that Franklin will certainly be for Mr county Is to be the main battleground in the Congressional race and It is probable that the candidate who carries Franklin county will be nominated for Congress In this district The fighthas grown bitter during the last few weeks and mud has been slung but the campaign in Franklin county has been a sort of still hunt In the other counties the two candidates have been iraklng speeches and have been call ing each other names and saying ran things At Owenton it is claimed that one of Mr Kimballs supporters was hissed when he tried to make a speech The fight which is being made on Mr Cantrill Is bitter and charges aim slights and slurs are be ing hurled at him It is claimed that a deal was effecl pd In this county by which Mr Can trill is to get the county in the Con gressional race and Judge Polsgrove id to get Scott county in the race for Commonwealths Attorney in this Ju dicial district This story is generally beljeved and it is also believed that the arrangement will bo carrici out Whether or not it is true is a question which each man decides for himself as none of those interested has had anything to say on the sub jectThecounty mass convention will be called to order in the courthouse at 2 oclock Saturday and probably will rot take long One side or the other will win and then it will be all over but the district convention meets in Lexington on September 3 o MUST CLOSE Unless Help Comes To Local Branch of Y M G A DIRECTORS FIX SEPTEMBER 15 AS DATE FOR SHUTTING DOORS At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Y MC A Thursday night it was decided to close the doors of the Institution September 15 unless some plan Is evolved in the meantime whereby the debt of the Association can be paid The directors decided to send out a final appeal to tho citizens of Frankfort in the hope that tho people will become aroused to a souse qf duty and lend thou aid to this orthy cause All of the members of the Board of Directors expressed themselves as being unwilling to take tho responsibility of closing the doors of the institution to the young men of the city without first giving Uo citizcmMi rankjgflB an opportunity to tbH ffo matter over carefully The IvITis as follows To the eople of Frankfort At a meeting of the Board of rectors of the local Y M C A on August 27th it was determined be cause of the importance of the situa tion with reference to the Institution and the responsibility of the manage ment and indeed of the city itself that another appeal and a final one should be made to you and anothu opportunity given you to come to thu aid of the Association and that tre newspapers of the city be asked to publishVthls letter The Association Is without a Sec rotary fcd the Board is unwilling to atteml o call one in the present lIancil ndltion and without someI assur at the present debt will be r he future in some meas ire J1 for It Is Rie sense of the Board that unless these things shall be done by the 15th of September the doors of this institution should be closed for one dollar canvass in May and the Union Meeting held at the Baptist Church In July resulted lu paid contributions of less than 400 which has been applied to the debt of more than 1500 which was ow inp on May 31st Some small pled es haVe been redeemed some few memberships and other monies have been collected amounting to something over 100 which has been ap I lied to the running expenses the expenses save what has been saved fiom salary of general secretary have been the sameso that the financial condition is practically the same as it was the first of June It can not go on this way There are a number of meinbershlpa that would be renewed and new mem hers that areready to come in if they could ba assured of the life of the Association This the directors are unwilling and unable to promise The nutter is therefore laid before you that you may say definitely whether or not the doors of the Association will be closed at the time named The question will be answered by your contributions Any one who desires to contribute eau do so by depositing his contribu tion in the State National Bank to the credit of the Treasurer A will later bo made of the contributors and of the amounts given It can rot be expected that another personal canvass be made Whoever gives must do so voluntarily- We as members of the Board of Directors have done all that we can do and the further responsibility is left with you to decide Wo have rot taking the responsibility of closnj the institution without this last ap peal because both during the one dol lar canvass that was made and at the Union Meeting a large percentage ot those taking part and contributing expressed their opinion that the work should be continued thus leaving us no option in the matter but to put te question again to the citizens whf n wu now do We make this appeal with the sincere hope that Frankfort will say in no uncertain terms that it can riot afford to let this Association die ROBT L GREENE President- J W JEFFERS- G E KAGIN RALPH WILSON HUBERT VREELAND STEELS READING- A HMcCLURE- ELI H BROWN JR W C MARSHALL M R TODD Directors o Railway Company Goes Free Without Trial Gov Cox has pardoned the Owens boro Railway Co of the charge of falling to report to the State Board of Assessment and Valuations The indictment was returned in the Frank lin Circuit Court and no trial has been had It was shown to Gov Cox that the report had been nude but had not been sworn tQ The Governor also pardoned Lewis Johnson convicted in Jackson county on a charge of arson and sentenced to serve three years in tIle penitentiary Johnson was the tool of another man RATESf May Be Allowed On Proper ty In Frankfort Fire Insurance Experts Now Inspecting City Hope To Put It In a Lower Classification TWO ENGINE HOUSES ARE NEEDED A general reduction of fire insurance rates Is expected to follow the new rating which is to be given KrauKiort by J D Pollock or Chicago and LJ ward Sherley of Louisville representing the Kentucky Board of Fire Un derwriters The work of rating Franx fort has already begun and will be completed in about sixty days when the Kentucky Board will decide In what class Frankfort belongs Vt present Frankfort Is known as t fourth class town The classification depends on fire hazards and protection mud it is hoped to put the city in a lower class where the rates will be slightly less than they are at pres out If Frankfort had another engine house and another engine located on the South Side or widely separated from the present engine house tho insurance rate could be materially re duced The rate now is higher then It should be the Insurance men say because if a fire should start in a frame house near the new capital as an instance it could burn before the ciigine could rdach it from the North Side The idea of having another engine house In South Frankfort has len suggested and it is thought that out will be established some time The insurance men say that the dif ftienco In rates would about pay the cost of the engine house In rating Frankfort Mr Pollock and Mr Sherley will go over every house in the city They will examine the houses and determine the hazards and fix a rate for each The material 01 which the house is built Its location with regard to the other houses nonr it and the kind of those houses will determine tile rate A row of frame houses must pay a higher rate than a row of brick houses or a brlotc house even though the latter is sun rounded by frame houses Mr Sherley and Mr Politick have Inspected the reservoir and water plant in Frankfort and also looked over the fire department They will inspect the fire plugs and go thoroughly into every detail of the fire fighting equipment In the city They believe that the rating may be reduced some The present rate is not oppressive and the property owners are not protest ing- o Swarm Of Bees Wrecks Big Auto On Road An automobile accident in which the car was wrecked but nobody se riously hurt was caused by bees when C E Soper of Richmond ran into 1 swarm of the insects about sevpn miles from Lexington A woman with him threw the lap covering over their fices and tho machine ran into a tele phone pole Soper and his companion escaped with u shaking up and a few stings o SON KILLS FATHER Augusta Ky Aug 28Near Mi nerva this county last night Louis Enilst wa sshot five times by his son Join Brulst aged twenty years The older Brulst came home drunk from Mnysvlllo and began terrorizing the entire family knocking his wife down cud beating tho children vt Many Already Apply J for Br Boards JobiJ+ i fil WANT APPOINTMENT AS MEM BEF STATE BOARD OF 1rt CONTROL f f Many applications haul ready at been made to Gov Willson for the place on the Board of Control now held by Dr piton Board whose time will expire in January Dr Board has Jnot applied for reappointment and will not ask for it but he would ac 3 cept if he was named Some of those Av who have applied for the place have tbeen men who have voted the Repub t f lican ticket last fall and they have re l 1Hedunderstood that the Governor has de tided to appoint a Democrat one wharyIs regular and who does not belong JijrGovernor j1pointblo that Dr Board will be reappplnt it e t0 IfiJ Louisville Police f Look for Night Riders CourierJournal Excitement prevailed out on West Market and West Jefferson street Wednesday night and all of yesterday because of wild rumors to the effect 3hat night riders from the western part of Kentucky were here to wreak vengeance on two men said to be members of their band and who are Ji badly wanted by the Lyon county grand jury Groups of men wereiseen about 1316 West Jefferson street t where Sanford Hall and Tom Stevens the alleged fugitives were supposed to be stoping These men attired in Nbigance of mountaineers occasionally peered in windows and threw the peq J plo of the neighborhood Into what 1iasMrs Lucy Rice who lives at 131G Wrest Jefferson street admitted yesterday that Hall and Stevens were at Iher home no longer than Wednesday but Bata they did not stop there but F merely called for their mail She says they have not been at her resi l dence for over a week According to Mrs Rice Hall and Stevens are at present in Jeffersonville but told her they intended going to Frankfort As was stated yesterday Col Han gel Chief of Police was informer that night riders were supposed to tVSteenster Wednesday night Col Haager de pled having any knowledge of the tpresence of any night riders in Louis yule However it is known vnt hllpaid a visit to Mrs Rices residence 1316 West Jefferson street and that he sent detectives there When the Fr police arrived on the scene of report ed trouble they found everything nor iral 0nLee Hampton To Marryr Miss Kieth Vansant One more bachelor in the bunch em ployed at the State House is to became a Benedict Lee Hampton Is to be married in Harrodsburg next Wed nesday The bridetobe is Miss Kieth Vansant of Harrodsburg which is Mr Hamptons home She is an attractive young woman Mr Hamp ton is Deputy Insurance Commis sioner and is one of the most popular young men among the new State em ployes o OIL STRUCK IN FARM IN FAY ETTE COUNTYi Lexington Ky Aug 28 While hands were drilling a well for water late yesterday on tho Elmendorf Farm of J B Haggln oil was struck at tho depth of 140 feet The oil la black and it is believed a valuable vein has been struck Manager C H Iterryman Is away and operations l have been suspended until his return Jf PAGe TWO KING SOLOMON Text For Sermon By Minis ter In Lexington Life Of Vagabond Who Has Become Famous Held Up As Teaching Value Lesson To Mankind WHAT NEEDS OF TilE CHURCH ARE Dr George Van Derveer Morris of Centenary Church Lexington preached Sunday morning on Les sons from the Life of King Solomon taking for his text a clause from Luke 635 the marginal reading Despairing of no Man He said In part Every one here knows the story of King Solomon He has been made famous by Allen and other writers Suffice it to say he was a worthless vagabond drunken and idle an incor rigible vagrant who was sold on the steps of the Court House here accord ing to a law of that time for a term of months and was bought by an old colored woman who herself had been liberated from slavery and who earn ed her living by malting and selling delicious and savory cakes For some reason this old woman loved this unlovable white man Per haps she saw by a gift of double sight that some of the old slaves seemed to possess the latent possibilities in him Soon after this bile scourge of the cholera came and all who could fled from the smitten town This was King Solomons oppor tunity Being urged to flee he tarried behind and taking his pick and shovel on his shoulder he went to the ceme tery and began to bury the dead Some have tried to detract from his glory by explaining this away These say that he was a gravedigger by trade and consequently there was no special glor in his act Had ho not been up to that time idle a worthless vagabond And iiov that there Is danger and death In his occupation does he not take JIb life in his hands by going to work By this act lie not only exalted Inmself to a permanent place en the page of history and In the heart of posterity but Epaminondasllke he exalted his calling and from hence forth no man can call it mean I have not chosen this subject to advertise the movement to erect a monument to this mans memory I am interested in it as I am in all such projects and have honored myself by investing a small amount in the fund But advertisement is farthest from my thought Nor have I chosen this subject in order to be sensational I am never sensational in my choice of subjects for that sole end It is not my wish to preach sensational sermons If evor I do it is the accident of circum stances But It is and ever has been my purpose to tale the things which men are interested the things which are in the mouths of all the things of every day life and hold them up to the people for the sale of their lessons Ministers lose golden opportunities to drive truth home when they neglect such topics The text in its marginal reading makes a startling statement Despair ing of no man But that was Christs statement and it was His attitude to the children of men while He was on earth and it is His attitude as He sits at the right hand of the Father It is not so with mankind We de spair of many men It is a common thing to say There Is no hope for him Hes too far gone You might as well save yourself the trouble We despair of men all about usTe talk with them we wall with them on lifes highway we laugh with them wo transact business with them but we despair of them We are so de spairing o them that we never try to save them We despair of our own children We plan for them In the things of this Ufe we hope great things for them in this world but despair of them In the things of the spiritual realm We are so despairing of them in those things that we never speak to thorn concerning them and never try to win them And so It is wltih our dearest friends and our nearest neighbors We despair of them We do not try to win them Our subject for this morning suggests two great points along this line There Is good in everyone it is difficult to make a broad generaliza tion from a single Instance But It ii waR not only truo In the single case of King Solomon but in thousands f cases just as hopeless as hs o it would be difficult to find a more hopeless case tlun this This was Christs position Let us make it ours Let us make it a business the finding of good in those about us The evil la on top it can bo seen at once The good s modest and lies underneath This task may seem a little Irksome at first but when you begin to turn up unexpected gold be neath ths surface you will forget the task It will become a passion What man up yonder in Alaska thinks of toil and trouble or delving in the fl1nt soli when he finds tlJilp1eclon- sbecmel liltllPSolvlng a puzzle timpje at first but finally a passion to which all else must yield Here are human puzzles given to us to solve The occupation Is full of fascina tion But it must be remembered that this goodness is not saving goodness This is where the world males its mistake It finds a trace of goodness and exalts It to the skies There is none other name under heaven given among men whereby we must be saved but the name of Jesus So King Solomon unless he accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Savior was not saved by his noble deeds On the other hand this goodness when found in the human heart is a starting point on which and from which to work It shows that Christ has not given up that He Is still strlv Ing by His Spirit for that life and that He needs our help That good trait or quality Is the untangled end of the twine by means of which by your help Christ is enabled to untangle the whole skein of life Everyone has a chance In this life of serving his fellows This ohance came to King Solomon As young McLaughlin the nero of the Iroquois Theater fire said after having saved the lives cf eighteen women and chil dren Some get their chance at twentyfive some at thirty some at forty some at sixty Mine came at eighteen and I vvtni out Beautiful glorious thought No wondei he lied rejoicing uBi most of us not rise it tIlt v Ion We makvj weal excuses W lamely discount our own ability Even poor old King Solomon rose to his perhaps his only one ivlav God give us the grace 1 to recognize our opportunity of service who it comes no matter how small it may be and to rise to it as simply and nobly and as unostentatiously as this poor old herovagrant of the last cen tury If some one hal toll him before he died that a future genoraUon would erect a nonunicut to Irs nemory he would have lavished the augh of Incredulity There was aothlng spectacular about the work t was the grim demand of duty and of the manhood left in his besotted nature gathered itself together for his mighty climax of his life The churchs failure and by that mean the failure of Chrst ins if may speak of the imperfect work of hat glorious organigatioi as such the churchs failure to do this has shackled Christianity and made God powerless In His own world I meun he churchs failure to see its oppop unity and to rise to it has put the break on the wheels of the progress f the Kingdom of God And this in plain language means lack of conse oration Why do a few men work such won Jers in foreign fields Do you say it Is because they work on heathen or new material Do iyou forget that that fact males It the more difficult and males the victories the more wonder ful Remember that these heathen ire bound down by the superstition of the centuries But because the few vho go to win them understand their oportunky and rise to it these mar velous results follow In other words those men are consecrated o McKenzie Todd Stays In The Sun Too Long McKenzie Todd the Governors sec retary Is back from Atlantic City vhere he went up against the worst case of sunburn which has been seen n recent times Mr Todd came back with the skin peeling off his face and ars and arms and back and legs and lome other places He stayed in the ocean too long cnp day and the sun went for him He really did not en joy his vacation on account of the sun burn and was almost ill for several lays having been almost parboiled Mr Todd could not wear his coat for several days and had to stay out of he water He has recovered now but he will not try It again soon and the next time he goes into the ocean he will wear a thicker bathing suit o No one is Immune from kidney trou ble so Just remember that Foleys Kidney Remedy will stop the Irregu larities and cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of medicine For sale by roll druggists RUN FOR cA CRuses Sudden Death Of Aged Minister REV THOS N ARNOLD EXPIRES ON PORCH AT FEEBLE MINDED INSTITUTE Exhaustion following a H catch a street car here MondayJLrnlng caused the death of the Rev JJr Thos N Arnold one of the bestknwn min isters of the Christian Church in Ken tuck Dr Arnold dropped dead on the porch at the FeebleMinded Insti tute shortly after 9 oclock He was seen that morning by a number ol friends sitting in front of Sam S uths drug store in South Frankfort He was dressed in his best clothes and expected to tale the 1030 oclock liiterurbah car for Versailles where he was td preach a funeral s JHon A car came by and Dr Arjjld rap to catch It The effort of ruining he being 80 years old was great he was exhausted when he en rd the car He left the car in f Bf the Institute and walked up1I11nbuilding where he asked air saying he was worn out wn and in less than a minute eiunied Oh Lord and his head fell forward on his chest When those around him reached him he was dead Dr Arnold was a lawyer and minis tel and at one time had one of the largest Christian churches in Louis ville Dr Arnold came to Frankfort just before the war He was pastor of the Christian church here for many years and was generally beloved Dunng the stormy days of the Goebel contest Dr Arnold was one of the two ministers who regularly attended the sessions of the Senate and who of fered prayer at the opening of the Senate Dr Arnold wasa great friend of William Goebel and wp on of the ministers who preached th funeral of Goebel Dr Arnold was educated at Mays ville at the old Richardson Institute and was a classmate there of Gen 3 Grant Other distinguished men were educated at that schcol Dr Arnold was a candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for Superintendent of Public Instruction when James H Fuqtia was nominated In the last few years Dr Arnold has been chap lain at the FeebleMinded Institute and the children were greatly at tached to him The Rev Thomas N Arnold was horn February 10 1828 In Covington and was the son cf James G and Mar garet Dalton Arnold His grand father and some of the members of his family were distinguished Baptist preachers In Virginia His father was one of the most useful and suc cessful business men who ever flourished in Covington and was in act one of the founders of that city He built the first Christian church ver erected there made some large lonatlcns to Kentucky University and various other Institutions and died in Covington at the great age of 84I yearsThomas N Arnold was graduated at Bethany College Virginia in 1847 at ended law lectures in Lexington was mduatefl at the law school in Louis ville in 1852 and practiced his profes sion in Covington In 1S5C he entered the ministry of the Christian church and was pastor of churches in Coving on Louisville Lexington and Midway in Kentucky and Richmond Va His church in Louisville was perhaps the largest church of that denomination in the world He was married In 1853 to Miss M Frances Pugh of Bourbon county They had seven children 0New Drug Firm Buys Store in South Frankfort Announcement made o the sale of the drug store of South Co on Bridge street South Frankfort to a new firm to be known by the title of Hughes Harcourt the members of which are Russ Hughes and J F Harcourt Possession will be given about September 1 Before the new firm tale charge however an entirely new front will be placed In the build ing by Noel and Armstrong of the Farmers Dank who own the build ing A contract has already been let for tho Improvements and It Is plan ned to make the store one o the handsomest of the kind in tho city o Attention Asthma Sufferers Foleys Honey and Tar will give mediate relief to asthma sufferers and has cured many cases that had refused to yield to other treatment Fo leys Honey and Tar Is tho best rem edy for coughs colds nnd all throat and lung trouble Contains no harm ful drugs For sale by nil druggists 125 CINCINNATI and Return via F C and Q C Route Sunday AU623 SPECIAL TRAil LEAVING FRANKFORT 700 M Ask ticket agent for particulars h IGEO B your BEST SALENDERS money WHISKY at I 45 St Clair St Chesapeake Ohio RI Schedule in effect June 28 1908 sub ject to change without notice Limited for Louisville Nashville M nv phis West and Southwest 940 A M and C15 P M Dally Limited For Washington Baltimore Phllndel phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1015 A M and 745 P M Daily 28lyr Who Will Be PresidentThis is a Presidential Year and rviry mUll must rend to keep post edon politics The CourierJournal Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic News paper but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the Weekly CourierJournal But YOIl can get that Pnper find the Weekly News Both One Year For 125 If you will send your apolNotJournal Daily Courier Journal 600 a Year Weekly Courier 200 a Year AVe can give you a com bination Cut Rate on these if you will write this paper enclosing caRh with order PROPOSALS FOR DELIVERING BOOKS Office of State Librarian Frankfort Ky Aug 15 1908 Bids will be received at this office until Saturday September 5 noon for tho distribution of public books under sections 2433 and 2134 These bids will be conditioned on a supple mental shipment Information concern Ing which may bo obtained on In quiry Bond must accompany bids Tho right to reject any and all bids is reserved FRANK K KAVANAT7GH State Librarian 2t a Pleasing particular pooplo In print ing is ono of our specialties 11 SATURDAY 1908i Bottled In Bond Hand Made Sour Mash The Very Best Product II Of the Finest Distillery IN THE WORLD The Geo CoIncorporated FRANKFORT KENTUCKY l SCREENtYour Home Now BEFORE THE FLIES AND GET BUSY WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF I SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS AT PRICES WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERYONE WHY NOT BEAUTIFY YOUR LAWN BY THE GRASS CUT7WE HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF Lawn MowersEVER SHOWN THE CITY AT PRICES FROM 300 TO 1400 ALSO AGENTS FOR North Star Refrigerators Sherwin Williams Paint WE SOLICIT YOUR PHONE ORDERS AND MAKE PR- OMPTELIVERY4 I J R S01R Incorporated HARDWARE OIBoth Phones 16 MAIN STREET U rA Wireless Message 1Ir When you buy vehicle buy good ooe You save few dollars by buy ing Cheap John vehicle but it isnt economy in the long run nor good udgtmeut in the short run See us before you buy and we make it worth your while ii I kSELLERIncorporated I H K WARD President VERSAILLES C M KYIKENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following ore the dates fixed for holding tho Kentucky fairs for 1908 as far as reported Carroll Gallatln and Owen Trl Somerset Sept four days Hardlnsburg Sept three days Porn Creek Sept 2 four days Bardstown Sept 2 four days Montlcello Sept 8 four days Hodgonville Sept 8 three days Glasgow Sept l four days Louisville State Fall Sept 14 five days o Good printing and moderato prlcoa it our hobby 1 AUGUST 29 INSECTS KEEPING IN a a may a a will r CAPITAL 1J HOTEL E B WEITZEL MANAGER toIIU SATURDAY AUGUST 29 1S03 = i061iOLTE AI Can Be Prevented By New iethod of Inoculation ientucky Experiment Station Expert Sees Work ells Of Process In Report To Prof Scovell STATE MAY UNDERTAKE SCHEME Professor H Garman entomologist and Botanist for the Kentucky Experl tment Station has returned from r Ames Iowa at which point he re representativelof the Kentucky dons of the work done at the Govern i ment Station for the investigation of hog cholera On his return he made a report to Prof M A Scovell drec tor of the Experiment Station Incor porating his observations The sub stance of his report is given The essential feature of the method practiced by the Government men working at Ames are h The production of serum by use itselfy injection n vaccination of virulent blood taken from an animal sick with the cholera and with serum taken from a hog pre viously rendered hyper imnume The Bacillus suipestlfer B choleraesuis r formerly believed by the Bureau men to be the cause of the disease is held by Drs Dorset McBryde and Niles to be a secondary invader cf the tissues not necessarily associated with the dis ease though commonly present Fil tering vrulent blood and thus remov l ing the bacillus glve they claim diseasevirus which still causes the when injected int the circulation of sound animals an they hold therefore that an organism not visible under the microscope is the real cause of hog cholera From the practical standpoint this hypothesis has little excepting as it makes neces 1Interest production of disease produc ing virus by destroying hogs when if the organism were known and culti vated it would be poslble we may suppose to produce the necessary virus by making cultures as is done in the k case of diphtheria Start With Immune Hog 1The starting point of the treatment r employed at Ames is the naturally or n artificially immune hog Natural im munes occur in most herds Artificial vaccinationiSuch an immune more cidedly Immune hyper inunune by tIseveral injections into its circulation taken direct from an animal r sick with the cholera These injec tions follow each other at intervals of about a week and may be forced into the muscles of the thighs into the ad domm nag cavity or directly into the cir 4cilatlon by piercing one of the ear veins Some days after the last in h jeston blood Is drawn from a hyper t immune animal by amputating the tail the blood being drawn in an agate ware pan kept eovered with new mus lin Three drawings are taken from each hyper inunune onethird of the Theabloodpotent as the rest but that secured when the animal is killed is not re garded as equal to what has been pre viously secured Drawings from dlf ferent animals taken at different cmtimes are all however mixed and thus a serum of uniform potency is curedI A 200 pound hog prodces 700800 k cc of serum at each drawing Smaller animals produce less Keep Serum Three Years The blood is permitted is then strained through severalthlcle itiof carbolic acid is added Serum thus i treated has been kept three years and j still retained its potency though undergoing a slight change In color Serum produced at the Station has l1libeen tested on numerous animals kept experiment and also on numerous rr herds about Ames with very satisfactory results wo were told But it has r been found that vaccination with the serum alono does not confer as com rrtpleto and lasting immunity as does r a simultaneous injection of serum and disease producing blood and time prac tice finally adopted at tho Station con lists in injecting Into muscles of one thigh 2 cc of virulent blood taken from an animal very sick with chol era and from another syringo into tho other thigh 20 cc of serum Tho operation as witnessed by us re quires but a mlnuto an attendant Holding up a shoat by tho hind legs while tho fluids are Injected The Im munty conferred by tho vaccination has been found to last six months and is believed by Dr Niles tj be permanentA Important item o expense is the animals that must be sacrificed in he productoT of serum and toxlne Virulent blood Is only secured from animals very sick with cholera and when these are to be secured in no other way non imnrune animals must be made sick by inoculation wltf disease peducing blod This can it is clamed be kept for time in glass bulbs but the supply rom en animal Is limited and to get enough to vaccinate numerous large herds would Involve the destruction of numbers of valuable animals The hyper imnnume it is believed can be used for fod when killed and are not a cmpete loss The diseased animals must of course be otherwise disposed of An Important feature of the equip ment of the Station at Ames Is a brick oven a sort of crematory In which carcasses are burned Thinks States Should Help The Secretary and Bureau ofllclas take toe view that the States ought to undertake the production of the serum and distribute it free or at cost to farmers The delegates attending were favorable to tills view but some of them appeared doubtful of securing funds sufficient for the purpose As far as the cost of equipment Is con cerned I can not see that there Is any thfng in the way of undertaking the work here at the Station to the ex tent of giving the treatment a thorough test I would advise going no further at the beginning It would be impossible to equip ourselves to furnish serum to all the veterinarians in the State at once and I would recommend that some demonstrative work be done first to show the effectiveness of the treatment nnd to de termine more exactly the cost of maintaining an establishment at which serum could be kept at all times in quantities sufficient to supply the probable demand Once the Station had demonstrated to Kentucky farmers the value and practicability of the treatment it would be possible no doubt to get from our Legislature whatever might be necesary in the way of funds to further the project It seems probable that an artificial method will yet be discovered of producing the dls etse producing virus and this would tend to greatly reduce the cost of vaccination o PRISON ODOR No Longer Found In Frank fort Penitentiary WARDEN E E MUDD SAYS IT COMES ONLY FROM UN CLEANLINESS Prison odor that peculiar smell which Is found In almost every penl tentlary and large or small jail in the country is entirely missing from he penitentiary at Frankfort and this is one of the most noticeable things about the place A story published in a current magazine dealing with prison life has awakened a great deal of interest in penitentiaries and has caused much discussion of them The author of the story says that the odor comes from many animals being caged together and that it is the same ouor one finds In a menegarie Col E E Mudd warden of the peniten tiary here says that the odor comes from filth and dirt and nothing else and will not be found in the prison so lng as he is warden of it For many years the odor of a prison has been a distinctive mark of the criminal The odor it has been said produced criminality and was a sort of taint which clung to the prisoner even after he had been released In the older days tho cell houses were small and Illkept and the men and women prisoners were herded to gether Now every prisoner has plenty of space light and fresh air and everything Is kept clean George Hanlon who was sent here from Louisville having been convicted of the murder of Corporal Rlchterkes slug of the police force is in charge of the cell house and it is largely due to Hnnlon that the cell house Is free from tho prison odor Hanlon has made a good model prisoner since ho has been confined here and has worked and behaved himself at all times He is allowed a good deal of freedom inside the cell houso and is there that ho spends his days ItI cell which ho calls his dormitory scrupulously clean anti is furnished as nicely as a bedroom In a cultured homoGallons of disinfectants used every day is what keeps time prison odor of tho penitentiary hero Hanlon outI Ho has floors washed every with a strong antiseptic and every cell is also washed once every day Hnlon himself sees that this Is done and he and Col Mudd together have sluwn the world at large that there- Is no odor from caged animals hu inaa anmals tha1lls unless dirt is allowed to accun late Since the- publication of the story of Convict 9009 every visitor to the penitentiary nd there are dozens every flay asks about things that have been related in that story They especially wonder Tint the prison is so clean and wonder there is not any odor such as ovellst describes They are also soil that the prisoners do not in the lockstep This Is dwelt in the story of No 9009 but fcTTe the convicts walk In double file and at the usual Intervals where large numbers of ten are on march The penitent b is a place abut which but little Pcnown out side and is the big drawing card to visitors in Frankfort Minister Tells How It Feels To Be Hanged CUT DOWN AFTER FOUR MIN UTES SWINGING TO END OF FEDERAL OPEI I will tell you how it feels to be hanged At Fort Barrancas Florida on April 1803 I was hung as a Con federate spy I spent four minutes physically and spiritually between earth and heaven Then a Yankee sergeant believing me to be the wrong man cut me down The first sensation when the barrel was kicked from under my feet was that a steam boiler inside me was about to explode Every vein and blood vessel to and from my heart seemed charged with an explosive fullness that must find an avenue of escape The nervous system through out its length was tingling with a pain ful pricking sensation the like of which I never felt beOre or since Then followed the sense of an explo sion as if a volcano had erupted This seemed to give me relief and the pain gave way to a pleasurable feel ng one very desirable could it be secured without death With this sensation a light broke In upon my sight a light of milky whiteness yet strange to say so transparent that It was easier to pierce with the eye than the light of tiny Then came Into my mouth a taste of sweetness the like of which I have never since known And felt myself moving on with a consciousness of leaving every thing behind Then heard the sweetest of music and it seemed that more than a thousand harps led in each part accompanied by myriads of sensation of coming back to life after I had been cut down was just as painful as the first feeling of hanging It was acute torture Every nerve seemed to have a pain of its own My nose and fingers were seats of most excruciating agony In half an hour the pain was all gone but I would not go through the ex perience again for the wealth of the Indies Rev J T Hand In Spare Mo ments o John Fox Jr Soon To Marry Fair Frtzi Frltzi Scheffs divorce from Baron von Bardelebe having recently been made absolute It is anounced that the singer will soon marry again John Fox Jr IS the fortunate man Mr Fx Is one of the younger school of American novelists who made his mark by evolving comparatively un known phases of life Born in Kentucky he made the mountain region of the Bluegrass State famous in a series of brilliant stories among them being A Moun taro Europa A Cumberland Yen delta Hell for Sartain The Ken tuckians Blue Grass and Rhododendron The Little Shepherd of King dom Come and A Knight of the Cumberland Mr Fox served In the SpanishAmerican and RussoJapanese wars as a corlespondentI Will GlaybrookeBuys Fine Farm W D Claybrooke who was a mom her of tho Legislature and well known in Frankfort during tho session of inOG and who lives in Springfield has bought the H D Stiles farm ono and enc quarte miles front town contain ing 296 acres at a cost of 22000 Possession will bo given January 1909 This Is ono of the best farms in Washington county It has two big tobacco barns and a tonroom Brick residence tho old homo of tho Rev Miles Saundors IAISE FUNDS To Fight Battle of Democracy This Fall MASS MEETING TO BE HELD AT COURTHOUSE SATURDAY NIGHT Mon r the campaign this fall will iiscd by the Democrats of lrank county at a meeting of the Democrats of the whole county at the courthouse Saturday night Arrant mpnts have been made for a large meeting and several speeches will bar made The Committee on Arrange ments is composed of Judge J SI ljazelrigg Col James Andrew Scott and Ben Marshall It is hoped that 51000 can be raised in this county for use in the campaign The resoltu lions aud minutes of the preliminary mec tin to arrange for the big meet lag Sn day night are as follows Jn p uance to a suggestion made by Igor Urey Woodson Secretary of the N mini Democratic Campaign om o in a letter to Frank KI Kava an Informal meeting was held tate Library on Wednes day at which Mr Kava imuglf d as chairman and Wiley C Marshall was appointed secretary tho following representative Democrats being present Judge James H Hazel rigg J J Brislan R L Greene Percy Haly James A Scott Hubert Vree land W P Walton Elwood Hamilton W M Lyons S M Saufley Ben Marshall Dulin Moss N B Smith and Dr C E Roemele The following resolution was of fered by Judge J H Hazelrlgg and unanimously adopted that WHEREAS Hon Urey Woodson has suggested that the Democrats of Frankfort and Franklin county should get together and send a substantial sum to the Treasurer of the National Committee as only in this manner can we hope to raise the money to carry on our work there ItI That a mass meeting of of Frankfort and Franklin county be held at the court house on Saturday August 29 at 730 p m for the purpose of ratifying the nomination of our matchless lead ers Bryan and Kern and of soliciting contributions to the National Demo era tic Campaign Fund and fur ther Resolved That a committee of three bo appointed by the chair to arrange the details and program of said mass meeting and that W P Walton b appointed a committee to give due publicity of same in the Kentucky State Journal FRANK K KAVANAUGH Attest Chairman W C MARSHALL Secretary o Fines Attorneys In The Hargis Case Judge J P Adams of Jackson fused to vacate the bench in the Beach Hargis case and tined all of the attorneys for the defense 20 for contempt of court in preparing the allidavlt on which time motion wis made Afterwards the line of Attorney Cope was remitted as it was found ho did not assist in making the affidavit in question a Normal Schools Will Sue For Appropriation Representatives of State Normal Schools at a meeting in Lexington de cided to take steps to test the con stitutionality of the act appropriating 500000 for these institutions which State Auditor James has refused to recognize and to enforce the payment of the appropriation o Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold A S Nusbaum Batesville 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 symp toms of hay fever and a doctors pre scription did not reach my case and I tools several medicines which seem F01tunntelY1Iand Tar It quickly cured mo My wife has since used Foleys Hones and Tar with tho samo success For salo by all druggists o WILL REOPEV Miss Minnie E Bell will roiopon her school Tuesday September 1908 at her residence 510 Fourth Avenue 223- 1t THREE lShe Balance Wheel Look Inside your watch a moment The balance wheel Is making 18000 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 to make the run But It needs that little badly The least increase of friction on the bearings alters the motion Dont take chances Let us clean and oil and put your watch in order for a year IT ji wwi fc ND S SFY Y r arim M A SELBtItr JEWELER ST CLAIR STREET FRANKFORT KY If You Buy It At Selberts Its Goad NOT TOO ROUGHLY NOT WITH THE USUAL STRING OF OATHS IN FACT IN EVERY WAY JUST SO IS THE KIND OF TRANSFERRING WE DO OUR WORK IS DONE RAPIDLY WE NEVER DISAPPOINT AND THE ARTICLES CONSIGNED TO OUR CARE RE CEIVE CAREFUL AND EXPERT HANDLING PERKINS TRANSFER CO PRINCIPAL OFFICE L N FREIGHT DEPOT Hammocks Lawn Svvingsi Fishing Tackle Dry Batteries Garden Hose and Tools Alabastine Colds Water Paint FRANK G STAGGI HARDWARE PAINTS OILS AND GLASS UH n CLASSIFIED ADVERTIINGS IAn advertisements in these columns are five cents per line for each insertion and to be paid for strictly in advance FOR SALE Eight Plymouth Rock bens and one rooster one year old and best blood They are of the Harry Clubb strain Also five Black Orping on cockrels of best breeding Will roomIRock 10 and TALIAFERROI Wanted AgentsTo sell Buttons Badges Medals and Pictures of tho Presidential Candidates of both par ties Money can be made during tho campaign at Rallies Barbe tines Picnics c Write a postal for price list and free samples Address J C Burrow C33 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky S2t- For Sale Fine full blooded collies Also one mule guaranteed to bo sound and will work anywhere you put him Throe years old J P HOSTETTER Lawrenceburg Ky Route 2 Box 1- 884t Advertising with a stimulant In It Is a good tonic for a rundown business PAGE FORSALE CHEAP Wo have a 32 Inch Paper Cutter in perfect condition that we will sell very cheap Address this office tf For SaleOne 6horse power Peerless portable engine and boiler two sec ond hand McCormick Mowers Cap ital Foundry Machine Novelty Co Holmes street Both phones 20tf ForSaleA tine farm of 100 acres 3 miles west of Frankfort on St Johns Pike This property has a good residence and nil other neces sary Improvements Good tobac co land Plenty of good water and other desirable features SARAH E STIVERS- J C B STIVERS S3tFOUNDA bunch of keys near State Penitentiary Owner can recover same by calling at this olllco and paying for this notice For Rent FIvo room brick cottage on Shelby street good garden Moses R Glenn 50C old phono Wo will call and show you samples of any kind of printing Use either phone No 11 ST nt3E FOUR Frankfort Weekly News Entered at the postotlice at Frankfort Ken tuokr as second chn4s malluble matter r FRANKFORf PRINfINqCQPANV I ILI tI toA R DUNLAPEdltorHU- BERT VREELAND Pres and Mgr M D COYLESec and Treas TERMS100 IN ADVANCE DEMOCRATIC TICKET J jFor President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Of Nebraska t For Vice President JOHN W KERN Of Indiana o i ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce W P KIMBALL of Fayette county as a candidate for reelection to Congress from the Seventh Congressional Dis trict subject to the action of the Democratic Convention September 3 Wo are authorized to announce J CAMPBELL CANTRILL of Scott county as a candidate for Congress subject to the action of the Demo cratic convention September 3 We are authorized to announce WALTER WIGGINTON as a candi date for jailer of Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce- R C HIEATT as a candidate for county judge of Franklin county sub Ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JAMES H POLSGROVE as a candidate 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 Franklin county as a candidate for reelectio- 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 announce GEORGE T DAVIS of Franklin coun ty as a candidate for election to the office of county attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce SCOTT BROWN as a candidate for the Legislature subject to the action of tIle Democratic Party We are authorized to srujnounco JAS T BUFORD as a candidate for the Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party Everybody who attended the Kern notification meeting the other tiny know that Kentucky was there Tile Kentucky Colonels a marching club which bids fair to be as famous as any club in the country headed by Col W B Haldeman made a splendid Im pression They were complimented by W J Bryan who says he wants them to take part in the inaugural parade provided of course that that inau ral parade is in honor of Mr Bryan The Kentucky Colonels are composed of the leading Democrats of Louisville and they are leaders in the business affairs of Louisville as well as in the Democratic party It is a Demo oratlc club in every sense of the vord too and not one of these kid glove affairs Col Haldeman was the father of the club and has made it successful by hard work and by his personal efforts Kentucky is proud of the club and proud to have Col JJaldonwn at the head of o With Improvements going on allover town new houses being built in tho residence districts and remodel ing of stores in tho business section of tho city it looks like Frankfort having a boom of largo proportions that is not spasmotlc and will con ttnue The people are building lames nearly every vacant lot and the sound of the hammer and the saw are heard everywhere telling more plainly than anything else that Frank tort h a growing city The McCiun building Which was a bold effort on Uio part of the men who had faith in the city seemed to start things going and now that the financlal fri ads has passed the people are begin lIng to spend their money Frankfort is a city of homes and the apartment p IdonJias not yet f1ed for w c laid all be thankful ffrI i flat is not a home o Why should any person deface the old State House It seems almost Inexplicable that a man would delib Irately commit an act of the kind bv which the Vandals have been knows since they overran Europe This tribe was known by the ruin and wrecks it left in its path destroying needlessly and wantonly There are modern vandals who do the same and one rt them used a hammer to deface the front of the State House The Acting Governor has offered a rewhrd of nor tile arrest and conviction of th criminal 0 The Frankfort base bait team has vonthe pennant and noKi in debt VTheians should see Ho it that this debt is wiped out and by going toI tTie same on Sunday they will show they want another winning team next year Chick Kennedy has done won tiers with the team this year and ho lad to put up cash to do it He de serves the support of the people ol Frankfort In every other town UN people of the town have been asked 0 make donations Here they ware only asked to attend the games a Frankfort loses a distinguished citi- Thomazen by the death of the Rev N Arnold who passed away Monday morning His death was sudden but he died in the service of the Creator and as he would have had death conic During the latter years of his llfo no devoted much of his time to tho unfortunate children at the Feeble Minded Institute and to them he 1m wdlamiss him as will many men and wom en in Frankfort o The Idea of a lone bandit Holding up stages in Yellowstone Pmt in this tina early times in California and rends like one of Brett Harts tales rathe- titan a news story with basis of truth This last bandit stuck uV seven stages and had easy sailing us passengers are not allowed to carry weapons in the park and probaoly would have done nothing even if they had had guns o We hoyo GOV Wlllson is enjoying hie golf games at the cool summer resort to which he has gone for hi i health and that no thought of night oliijfi worry his brain In the meantime Goy Cox is filling the Governor thlltrtpthe satisfaction of everybody o Frankfort is glad to see Gov Cox buck In the Governors chair Ho is always welcomed to Frankfort where the people generally have th5 greatest respect and affection for him o The Optimist ByARO It is called the Rumpus Bridge flub but of course that name had nothing to do with it The fact that bit Woods and Ben Redding had a lovel match on the links at the Country Club was not the fault of he Compass Bridge Club but the meeting of the club was rudely inter rupted last Friday when Mr Woods armed like a warship invaded the irecIncts of the Country Club with jut a personal Invitation and proceeded to take a few shots at Mr Redding The bridge club was play ing cards on the porch of the club noise and was enjoying the run of tho cards Out on tho links a few dhorents of tho game were batting tho ball around Mr Redding was driving a mowing machine All wnsI sorono and peaceful Ono of the women players was just n kng a shot with her ihldlroriVhen Mr Woods entered tic field Mr Woods was a walking arsenal He Ind a shotgun over his shouldre and in his pockets he carried two revolvers He strolled casually along fpm No hole toward No 1 On the way he met Mr Redding Just at that par liculslr time th ewonian player happened to be in the line of fire and Mr Woods ever courteous said to the club member Lady wCll VRpenitf aside and let me Shoot that ma No I wuint do anythli Bjf the kind and you cant shoot m plied the woman who was plucky Mr Redding having no weapons except those presented to him at birth sat upon his mowing machine There was nothing else for Mr Red ding to do Flight was IgncmlnJUs and at the same time useless in the face of a shotgun Mr Wobds ma neuvered for position and tried to find a good line The chanjff for a brassy snot seemed excellen nit his line was bad The woman WM be tween him and Mr Redding w11 this proo gressed uninterruptedly J Rf Mr Redding tiring of f Ktion started up his team and W Bvard the clubhouse Mr Woods Wowed Mr Woods then took his iron and made a rear approaon shot Mr Red ding alighted from his mowing ma chine and made excellent time Mr Woods then used his brassy and tried for a long shot He put some lead into Mr Reddings off leg and thenI resorted to a revolver with which he made an ineffective try to check Mr Rumpus Club ceased playing at the first shot Then the players turned their attention to a more in terestIng game which was being played on the golf links They saw Mr Woods make his second and his third shots and some of them pre cipitately left the porch and made for the links trying for better poslti to see what was going on You had better come back or there will be a session of the Compass Bridge Club in Judge Herndons court tomorrow afternoon said one of the club members She saw vis ons of the club being summoned as witneses but they were not Mr Woods does not deny that he shot at Mr Redding The Compass Bridge Club says it Was the most exciting meeting they have ever had The viro lated one of the rules of the club which forbids oily person except members of the club from entering the grounds without invitation It also has been suggested that If there s to be any more volleying on the links that a game law will have to be established And now comes the sequel orave and plucky woman was not atrnid ot a man with a gun who was perfectly willing to shoot and who did shoot but ran in a panic from a snake that was only a few Inches long The woman was playing golf again lone afternoon this week and just a she ws abut to make a snot wit ner iron she looked down and saw a tiny snake curling itself around the ball With a scream for help she fled One of the other players rescued her and killed the snake It just shows that a woman tai meet a real crisis and real danger without flinching and rises to an emer gency but falls down completely on ittle things That woman flees fro a tiny sn Ie which could not har her but faces an angry man with al shotgun unflinchingly If the snake been a really dangerous one and had been threatening any other per son this woman would probably have killed it without a thought of danger r I Judge William S Pryor never a bad cantaloupe at his table and theI roason therefor is explained by him In this time of cantaloupes the recipe Is wuitli telling Judge Pryor went down to Louisville one summer just at the cantaloupe time He stayed there for a week and ate cantaloupe every morning for breakfast He never had a bad one and they were always sweet One morning tho Judge staid to the walter in the dining room How dos it happen that one never gets a Hid cantaloupe at a hotel or restaurantWe has bad ones suh we knows how to pick them But how do you do it persisted the Judge Well suh said the waiter whon wo cuts a cnntnlopo open and finds tlrot it dont smoll good and oaks llko it aint going to bo sweet we NiW fAll SKIRTS n 5 JUST OPENED A BIG SHIPMENT OF ELEGANT NEW SKIRTS MADE OF FINELY WOVEN PANA MA DESIGNED AND TRIMMED IN THE MOST DASHING AND CHARM ING EFFECTS THEY ARE WONDERFUL VALUES AT ONLY 750 NEW FALL GOODS SPECIAL VALUES AT 7Bcalld1YARD A TEMPTING DISPLAY OF NEW MATERIALS FOR FALL SUITS AT OUR STORE THE NEW THINGS ARE HERE IN ALL THE APPROVED COLORINGS FOR THE COMING NEW SEASON COME AND ACQUAINT YOURSELVES WIT H WHAT IS TO BE WORN C Kagin Bro 4142 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE shapes some powdered sugar over and let It stand for a few minutest The flavor of tho melon is there and the sugar makes it sweet so that t tastes fine- Judge Pryor went home thoughtful He had a cantalope patch and whei he cut cne of them he iound that tin melon was tasteless It was just lik e 1owderehd and let it stand for ten minutes Then he ate it and never tasted better cantaloupe Then he had a can taloupe party He took some of his gourdy cantaloupes cut them up and sugared them well and invited a 1A of the neighbors to oat They went tp the party and all declared the they never tasted better cantaloupes Judgemraised them myself repliet Judge Pryor I know how to raise melons era Mrs Dulin Moss has the distinction- of having been the first person to lose ThereIlllDbably who will lose things there including money but Mrs Moss leads oft Mrs Moss was conducting a seeing Frank fort expedition the other day for the benefit of one of her visitors The wero climbing up the stairs leadin to the dome mf tho building when Mrs Moss dropped her pockotboolt and keys They fell somme eighty feet to the rotunda below The pocket bock burst open and spilled money keysiout peared No trace or the keys could bo found and have not been found yet Tile money mot a similar fete Some tiny when the present now cap itol gets to bo too old for use told replaced by a newer an bettor and larger ono they will find Mrs Moss keys Mad wonder how they caino to be hidden in tho rotunda of tho Capitol 41TpFranklort ColOrefffair blenwood Park and Fair Grounds SEPT 2 3 4 qnd 5 1908 Big Premium List Splendid Exhibits Fine Harness Rings Amusements fAll Kindsr j t Speed Eahibi1oriat Peppers Track on Thursday 2nd day i 11Theeach afternoon and night Music by Hamilton Fields Band theibest colored band in Kentucky Admission Adults 25c Children unfler 12 15c 111freeWrite For Cataloguert E E ISDI RETURN TICKET FREE I II IC W SAFFELL THE ANN STREET GROCER HAS DEmCIDED TO GIVE HIS CUSTOMERS LIVING ON THE t TERURBAN CAR LINE A RETURN TICKET FREE OF iCHARGE WHEN YOU PURCHASE 200 WORTH HE WILL GIVE YOU A TICKET TO JETTS J300 WORTH HE WILL GIVE YOU A TICKET TO McKEES ISAILLES 11 C W SAFFELL IIand the newspayers will write stories about the keys and everybody will monder to whom they belonged ia They are telling an old story en Aprspeals who is very fond of n good cigar and the story does not es pecially appeal to the judge It all happened when ho was a circuit judge and before ho had been elevated to benchgOne day a lawyer who hud more ability as a jolter than as an attorney appeared in tho court room and passed around n lot of good fat black cigars tho kind of which the Judge was exceedingly fond The Judge took one of them and lighted It Ho then tilted his chair back and was enjoying things perfectly content with tho Ways of tho world Ho smoked along and tho lawyers imokod th9scigars anil the trial A witness was on the stand and tho prosecut ing attorney was trying to extract some information from him Sud dely there was a puff of smoke and a Judgenslanned and fearing an outbreak of a feud fled Prom the court room with the sheriff after him The courtroom was In an uproar The cigar which the Judge was en joying so much was loaded It had blown up The Judge of tho Court of Appeals does not like to leave it nien domed so It would not bo well to try to find which one it was r o Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medi l JIl5alot Wanted Traveling o Salesmen to Plantation Molasses Salary VIexpenses Exclusive territory dress National Molasses COI Louis Mot222t t + r 21908HL EVERY DAY LESSONS IN ECONOMYIf COME AND SE- EFARMERYS r = J I t I PersonaAT = H J kFlfjtEiFf UE ffE41ft4 EE3t 131j1Harry 1visited his old home in Shelbyvllle Thursday and attended the t1 Fair ShelbyI Mrs Jane M Chinn who l the guest of relatives and friends Woodford county returned home inI x resday afternoon AdjutantiMngR 11 Bergman and sons West ern d Robt M Jr of Irvine are of her parents Capt I T West IHues wifeSEmma May Tutt Is spending a m week with frlwids In Bedford Ken tucky tlUss Dorothy Opal Ogden and who have been the Ii charming and attractive guests of Miss Clara Annetta Nelson and Miss returnedwto their home In Louisville after a visitiHon W C Davis of Versailles was otlTuesl1dayMiss Edith Posey visited relatives this week Jennie Farris Ralley visited 11llIss in Versailles this week Alice Farmer visited Miss Agnes McKee In Wbadford county this week Mr L Brent Greene attended the hop at Versailles on Tuesday night Mr Horatio Masion attended the hop at Versailles on Tuesday nlkht Miss Margaret Crutoher of Wood ford county was the guest of her sis ter Mrs W G Simpson on Tuesday Mr Van Shlpp and san of Midway in the city of Tuesday 4Col and Mrs John Cunningham Hiand Mrs Laura Estlll Francis will as their guests at Rosedale t 2 Cunningham Station during the flour MrsCFEstilldaughter Miss Pa lIne Estili of Fay fj otto county Mr C G Hazel rlgg has rented the h handsome new concrete dwelling of Mrs Eva Lutkemeler on Lewis street shortlyj SavingsI THIS SAlt MS IfOil A DIVIDEND A 2500 Suit for15 0 You save 1000 A 500 Skirt for You save 200 300I A 150 Waist for100Y- ou save 50c 25c Lawns for15cY-ou save lOc Miss Edith Posey visited relative in Versailles this week Mr Julian Chinn of the Buffalo Forge Co of Cincinnati Ohio was the guest of his father Dr Geo Vj Chlnn on Tuesday and Wednesday Sir Arthur Morris of Versatile was the guest of friends here recently Dr Howard Jett and daughters of Cynthiana were guests of relatives here this week Mrs Sallle Bailey of Versailles was the guest of relatives here Wedncs dayMrs Harry Mllward and child ol Lexington were guests of Mrs I trest i this week Miss Ruth Hundley who has been tilt guest of Mrs R M Bergman at Irvine has returned home Hon Ed Wallace of Versailles was In the city on Monday Mr George W Lewis and son bert of Louisville were guests of Mra Xevilll Garrett this week Dr C E Wallace visited In Ver salles on Sunday Miss Blanche Crane and Miss Elso Jeary of Mont Clair N J Mrs SaUio T Halley of Memphis Tenn Mtv Alex T Lewis of New York Cltyfinoj Mrs J B Lewis of Versailles the new capitol and other points of iii tel cst In the city on Monday Miss Azetta Wright of Farmdale is visiting Mr and Mrs Carl Kerhoun in Shelby county W PrewittGraham gave a German in honor of the younger set Monday night at the Y M I hall The affair was greatly enjoyed by those who were present and was one of the most attractive affairs of the summer The following were the dancers f Miss Priscilla Williams with Mi Bronston KenneylMiss Virginia WiMlams with Mr Iternard Brlslan Miss Berry Harper with Mr Henry Murray Miss Elizabeth ORear with Mr Jno W Rodman Jr Miss Frances Saffell with Mr Bruce Hager Miss Elizabeth Simpson with Ir Roy Choate r Miss Cheata Rodman with Mr Ernest Hughes Miss Virginia Bowles with Mr Scott IlaffMiss Lawler Haff with Mr Robert Ilpff 111600DL WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED SOME NEW BROAD CLOTH IN SOLID SHADESBROWN BLUE GRAY itGREEN RED AND CREAMALSO DIAGONAL STRIPE SERGES WOOL TAFFETAS IN ALL COLORS SHAD 1OW CHECKS AND PLAIDS WE ALSO HAVE FROM MANUFACTURERS A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF THE iijTHE STYLE VOILE SKIRTSCOLORS BLACK AND BROWN SEE THEM 1BLUE I F J HEENEY 1 Miss Ruth Robert vlth Mf John Hbge Miss Bonnie Roberts with Mr Clem cut Chin Miss Agn taffell with Dr Lamp tun Price Hk- I Miss tlizo Dandrldge with Mr Gnvln Morris Miss Clint Cunningham with Mr Clyde Smith J Miss Alltje Farmer with Mr Law rence Ilager 0 If Miss Henrietta Pnyntz with Mr Carl Intelle Miss Lilly Poyntz with Mr Billy Inyton Miss Helen ORear with Mr Dentils CornettStagsJordan iloge GeorgeSmtV George Gayle Rumml McClure Wm HerndanChaperonesMr dMrs O T Poynt Mr and Mrs J W Prowill Jr IANY ARNOLDS Gather For Big Family Re Union and Celebration HAPPY DAY SPENT AT HOME OF MRS MARTHA REEDONE HUNDRED PRESENT Members of the Arnold family Numbering nearly a hundred held a reunion this week at the home of Mrs Martha Reed on the Louisville turnpike and It was the occasion of much pleasure Short speeches were made by Judge W L Jett and L Frank Johnson Mrs Lucy Sargent read a paper dealing with the notable deeds of the Arnolds In the early days in Kentucky The dinner was such as the Kentucky housewives only know how to prepare Mrs Mary Johnson Mr J W Johnson Mrs Sallie Johnson Geo W Elizabethmin Johnson Christine McEwin Johnson Albert Sidney Johnson Miss Ella Johnson Mrs Lucy B Sargent Miss Eliza beth Ewing Sargent Miss Birdie Mar garet Sargent- J H Hearn Mrs Eliza Jane Hearn Mrs Eliza Jane Minor William Minor Margaretfa Mlnor Louise Min or William Minor Jr Elizabeth Minor Mrs Vlrgle Redding Hiram Hearn Riley Cardwell Hugh Cardwell Miss Cordle Cardwell Ed Cardvell Frank Cardwell Noble Cardwell Grover Cardwell Robert Cardwell Louise Cardwell J W Cardwell R H Red ding Miss Laura Hearn Miss Emus Johnson Mrs Martha Jett Read A B Read Julia Read Miller W R Miller Jr A B Read Jr Mrs Susie liump Lapsley Cardwell Thos Carr well Alfred Cardwell Louise Card well John Read Oardwell W L Jett W L Jett Jr Miss Mary Jett Howard Jett Susie Tommie Jett Joe Arnold Jett Mamie W Jett Mrs Lizzie Lnpsley Mlnary Mrs S A Graves Eva Graves Anna Graves Elizabeth Graves- S A Smith W B Smith Herbert Smith W B Smith Jr Mary L Smith Addie Thomas G A Thomas G A Thomas Jr Andy Thomasin Louise Vaughn Albert Vaughn Rob Anderson Vaughn Ernest Vaughn Louise Vaughn Albert Vaughn Rob HalInold Mrs P D Arnold John Arnold Susie Arnold Mrs J R Paxton Philip Paxton Annetta Ruth Paxton Warren Hanley Mrs Kate Redman Chas Redman Mattie Redman Mrs Fannie Gibbs Luther Gibbs Grace Gibbs Mrs Steve Redman Thelma Redman Christine Redman Chas Lee Redman Jalm Franklin Redman Mrs Johnnie Green Miss Annie Green Mrs Will Brewer Miss Kate Payne o ELOPED TO LOUISVILLE Mr Albert Retsch of Cincinnati and Mss Mattie Norton the pretty daughter of Mr A D Norton of this place eloped to Louisville last Thursday night and were married After the wedding trip on the lakes they will return to Shelbyvllle to day Mr Retsch was formerly a member of the local ball club and is a clever young gentleman He has made many friends since his residence helefter spending a few days with I ices parents Mr and Mrs Retsch will go to Cincinnati to make thou future homo Shelby News o The best printing regardless of price is the only kind that Is really worth while Quality and good service aro the claims wo urge for business Wo bavo faith In our printing ability and would bo glad to be Judged by our work Its always good print ing t MEETS DEATH In Waters Of Lake Michigan At Chicago MISS MARY WERNE POPULAR SO CIETY GIRL OF LOUISVILLE MAY BE SUICIDE The body of Miss Mary F Werne of lle 4s found in Lake Mic near building In Tn Park Chicago shortly before no Tuesday Four boys walkln along the lake front discovered the body and gave the alarm For several hours the police worked on the theory that the girl might have been murdered Her Identity remalne1 mystery for several hours but It was assumed that she was from some Southern city as her shoes bore the marl of a St Louis firm while her from a millinery house hi Rlchjnond Va tlves of Miss Werne in Loifla vlll oubt that she took her own ife d think she fell Into the lako an is drowned while in a faint For sew weeks before she was taken to ilcago for treatment she hu- hher her sister Mrs Volney Bry ar wood While there she hid ft been found in the yard w she had swooned and fallen likys clans who attended her here Drs Frank C Simpson and John J Moren had no thought of mental do rangement In her case but said thot tel condition was due to nervous pros the family was separated something more than a year ago Miss Mary Field Verne was one of the most beautiful girls in Louisville and very popular There were few ac counts of entertainments of the young people In which her name did not ap pear Her sisters all having marriol and her father Henry L Werne formerly a leading jeweler in Louisville having gone to Chicago where he Is connected with the firm of Peacock Co she went to El Paso Texas where she spent some time with nor sister Mrs Edward C French o Readytotfear Garments To Fit Any Woman C Kagin Bro are malting prpa rations for the biggest Womors RoadytoWear Business this coming fall ever done In their stores hlsto r C Kngln who has spent tlvee weeks In New York City studying fashions trend and searching tht markets for the latest Ideas and best creations in the way of womens and childrens wear has purchased from Americas largest and most celebartpl manufacturers of womens outer garments a tremendous stock of high class womens and misses suits skirts and cloaks for fall wear The manufacturers of these gar ntnts employ only the highest skilled men tailors and designers and the new wear things that will soon bo put on their way for Kaglns store will represent the greatest triumphs in th Art of omens Tailoring- It goes beyond saying that Knglu s Store will be headquarters for New Yorks best and most aproved lash ions showing a variety and embrsx1 IIIR such an array of styles as was never before attempted by any house to the city The prices will be in keeping wlu the low price policy of this store and seme surprises may be looked for in cur department during the coming season o Gets a TasteOf e Night Riders Umpire Harry Woods is ready to make affidavit that there are night riders In Madison county and does not want to go through with any more such experiences as befell him last Wednesday at Richmond His limps officiated at the game there on that day between Lawrencoburg and the Pioneers and the Distillers took the Richmomls into camp with ease It is said that Woods was fair and there were no kicks made during the entire game About midnight his maps was awakened by five masked moll with drawn pistols and ordered to dress A towel was tied over his mouth and his hands bound lIe was thou marched to the cemetery whore he was told that ho had his choico of leaving Richmond In live minutes or to remain In the city of the dead until old Gabriel blow his horn It didnt take Woods long to decide Ho left on the first trout and it Is a snfe hot to say that he will not return tc Richmond any ways soon Pile matter will probably bo investigated by President Hammond r 1Weitzels August Clearance SaJfe IIONII J Rathskeller Soup a la Badaille Tie Only Beer I Haucks Special Dark lA SCHNEIDER JR Opens Sept 9 Miss Bertha Jcor- tsSCHOOL Primary Intermediate and College Preparatory Depart mentsLanguages a Special tyApply to 302 Shelby Street for terms Eighth District Row Among The Republicans Charging that the nomination of L W Bethurum for Congress by the Dis trict Convention had been secured by fraud and underground methods Sedge T 11 Catdwell of Hnrrodsburg put the Republicans of the Eighth District on record as having been guilty of DemIoCntstention In LoulsvlllCf Judge Ca dwells was an Impassioned speech lasting several minutes in which he made the assertion that the convention had employed Redwlno methods and that the Republicans were just as guilty of trickery as tin Democrats and appealed to the cm vertlon to nominate Brown Buforl of Jessamine county for Congress after the nomination of Bethurum had boon mado but tho chair ruled that another vote could not bo taken TIc thimnn was nominated on tho first ballot ho receiving ninetyseven votes wad Dnforil thlttSIXISubscribe for the News 100 per year PAIEFNR State Treasury Now Almost Empty moneyitow manylargeof the finances of the State to the thingthatcalling by the State University oj the 35000 which was allowed It by i the National Government The univer sity wanted the money which had been In the bank here to the States credit for several weeks and It was imld over Capt E Farley State Treasurer believes that he wll havo the State on Its financial feet In a short time 0 RETURNED FROM THE EAST Mrs G H Mandeville has just returned from Now York where silo purchased a superb lino of fall and ecllpseIper year I PAGE SIX CLEAR LE BUS On Charges Which Have Been Made Against Him Burley Tobacco Society Issues Statement Recent Articles n lyjJfort To Injure Societr JUST AN APPEAL TO 1GNORANC In a general statement the Burley Tobacco Society has made a full and complete reply to the charges re cently brought against It and President Clarence LeBus The statement gives a detailed history of the grow ers organization and brands as false and malicious the articles published In a Cincinnati newspaper The Society says its books are always open The part of the statement dealing with LeBus is as follows The recent articles in a Cincinnati newspaper designed to injure the Burley Tobacco Society sound very much like the death rattle or the last deli perate gasp of the enemies of Burley Tobacco Society Shorn fuss and feathers and noise and bluster nothing remains to engage the attention of the thinking or telligent reader It is an appeal to Ignorance and prejudice and can not elicit the desired response from any other class of minds Much of the Matter Is entirely irrelevant and trivial more of it is utterly false and the remainder is a distortion misconstruction or misstatement of the truth which is the worst kind of falsehood The enemy must be in Its last throes to have resorted to such expensive and yet such cheap tactics The first two columns of the full page article that appeared in the paper were devoted to a correspond- enCe alleged to have taken place tween an officer of the American ciety of Equity and certain Independent manufacturers of tobacco and with the president of the Independe Tobacco Manufacturers Association The object of the officers of the American Society of Equity in this correspondence seems to have been to elicit the cooperation of the hIde pendent tobacco manufacturers- in In the fight against the tobacco trust of which the Independent manufacturers have made such a long and loud complaint According to the Cincinnati writer this correspondent seems to have been without results but that it contains anything hurtfi to the American Society of Equity or compromising of high principles the writer falls to show So far as the present writer has been able to learn no officer of the Burley Tobacco So Clety knew anything about this correspondence and it therefore has n slnlficance whatever for or against the Burley Society Following this tame recital of anii consequential correspondence the writer proceeds to give the history of some difficulties between factions In the American Society of Equity which may or may not be true without in any way affecting the Burley Tobacco Society The American Society of Equity and the Burley Tobacco Sc Clety are distinct organizations open sting under separate charters const tutlons and bylaws without officia or business connections The part of the article therefore which deal with the American Society of Equity is not roily trivial but entirely irrel evant in any discussion of the Burley Tobacco Society It was not meant tc enlighten but to throw dust and to confuseIt be said also in passing that the American Society of Equity did not organize the Dark Planters Pro tectlve Association as was alleged by the Tribune nor has the American Society of Equity ever gained a footing in the Black patch The Black Patch was organized by F G Ewing J B Fort and Charles B Fort with out any reference to tho American Socitey of Equity But this too has no bearing upon the Burley Tobacco Society The Cincinnati writer next takes up the often ropeated charge that Presi dent Louis failed to pool all of his holdings and prints the charge in black type When the organization was formed Mr LeBus stated to the body of delegates that If pooling his 1904 and 1905 holdings were made a condition of his becoming a member of the society that he could not join it giving as his reason that he had already carried the 1004 holding for two years and tho 1905 for one year and that ho could not obligate himself to carry thorn Indefinitely However f his 1006 and 1907 tobaccos eer pound of them were put into the pooled crops grown efore 1906 Why should President LeBus pool his hold- Ings grown before 1906 As to his selling the 1904 or 1005 tobaccohe has the right now and has had the right every day since the Burley To basso Society was formed to sell it Every one else has sold all tobacco grown before 1906 Why should not President LeBus sell his when where and as his best interests dictate o Kentucky Colonels rayfMARCHING CLUB BRINGS STATE TO FRONT AT KERN NOTI FICATION After a triumphant pilgrimage to dianapolis where they took part In the notification of John Wl Kern the Ken tacky Colonels arlved in Louisville Tuesday night Although the Colonels reached Indianapolis an hour and a half late it did not take them long to get into the game and the were the center of attraction during the remainder of the day In ad dition to the complimentary reference to Mr Bryan John W Kern the nominee for Vice President My compliments to the Kentu Colonels and my sincere appreciation of the honor they have done me coming to Indianapolis I hope w see tfflem again and to know them bet 3tel when I go to Louisville to k eep- f my campaign engagement- Mr Bryan said 3If I am elected President as certainly expect to be I want the Ken tacky Colonels to take part In the augural parade There were an oven hundred in the party and when the Colonels under command of Capts John H Cowles and Fred Hardwlck swung into line and marched to the Dennison Hotel the thousands of men and women who lined the sidewalks sent up a mighty cheer The Louisville Drum and Trumpet Corps made up of twenty men marched behind the Colonels and shared honors with the men In the long coats and big white hats The banner of the Old Guard Bryan Club was unfurled by members of tJimt srganigation who brought up the rear At the Dennison Hotel the Ken tuckians were given a welcome that shook the buildings it was late but some of the members were present io Mr Bryan and ta Mr Kern any war 0 Kentucky Prison Officials On Tour NSPECT INDIANA REFORMATORY AT JEFFERSONVILLE TO MICHIGAN CITY Col E E Mudd warden of the rankfort penitentiary and Com mis- loner Finley Fogg of the same Jnsi Ulon were the guests of M M Bar nard assistant superintendent and at present acting general superintendent Of the Indiana Reformatory at Jeffe anville during the absence of W H Whlttaler in Colorado yesterday and ther gave the place a thorough inspe ton says the Jeffersonville corre andent of the CourierJournal At the completion of tiieir tour they pressed themselves as being greatl eased and agreeably surprised at- the condition of the Institution Sanitary methods were talked over at length and Mr Barnard said last night he told the visitors how to Ieep- the Frankfort penitentiary clean without the use of disinfectants He said he prescribed a mixture of elbow grease water and plentyof soap This compound ihe said beat all others There was a day when disinfectants were used to a great exten In the Indiana Reformatory but that- was some time ago There is no- prison odor about the Institution neither can the smell of sassafras O- rother disinfectant Ingredients be detected It is only when absolutely cessary that disinfectants are used Col Mudd and Mr Fogg left last- night for Michigan City ind to visitt- Jhe State prison there and will go Jollett and Chester Ill before proceeding to other like institutions but- ther da not expect to find any su- periOl from a sanitary standpoint to fersonvllles reformatory o How to Avoid Appendicitis Host victims of appendicitis aro- those who are habitually constipated Foleys Orlno Laxative cures chronic constipation by regulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of tho bowels Foleys Orlno Jaxatlve docs not nauseate or gripe ROjtuse Imitation Whisky Makers lose tuit MUST BRAND GOODS FOR WHAT THEY ARECASE WAS HARI FOUGHT any the decision of Judge Thanp in the United States Court the Government wins In the contest it has been waging with he local rertlfl In order to comptQAMn as Imitation whisky the rapTt ess product which for years back en on the market under the n of whisky The action of the Government has been the outcome of the new pure food law and the determination to make It effective and It was in wagI Ing the conflict with the last week had Dr Wiley Its chief chemist and an array of ther experts here as witnesses before dge Thompson The decision was rendered the sfit of the Union Distilling Ci 1an for an Injunction or restrain rder to stop Internal Revenue Cl ctor Bernard Bettman and the rover em ployes here from carrying into reect the new rules relative to the bring of distilled spirits o Vandals Deface Frm Of Old State House REWARD OF 25 OFFERED BY GOVERNOR FOR ARREST OF GUILTY PERSONS Vandals defaced a portion of the front of the old State House by chipping off a corner of one of the big stones which form the porch The chipping was one wish a hammer as the marks of the hammer were plain and it was not done by a souvenir collector as the whole corner of th stone was broken off In another place an effort had been made to jreak off some new concrete worl which had been put In to replace some of the marble which had been brolen off some time since Gov Cox offered a reward of 25 for tho arrest of the person or persons juilty of the vandalism As a result of the defacing of the building It Is probable that a night watchman will be employed to look after the square all night Some persons wCth an ventive mind declared that the night iders had done the work of defacement in order to serve notice on Go VJllson that they could come Into ran kfort- a LLOWING RAILROADS TO OBEY THE LAW If the government Is going to run the railroads of the country It must run them on business principles or accept the responsibility for general ankruptcy and ruin This has come to be pretty well understood at least In government as well as railroad clr llustratlon of it is the genera cognition of the necessity of bring- Ing the Sherman antitrust law and the laws for special and direct refit atlon of railroads into harmony That Is necessary merely to allow the lilroads to obey the law As it stands now they violate the law against combination if they uniform obe the law regulating rates If the obey the Sherman law by keeping out of combinations some of then fall inevitably into violation of sonny of the various laws regulating rates The business of conducting the traffic of the country is so enormous and so complicated that It is simply iposlble for railroads to obey the- laws regulating charges separately antI independently They can do so onl by combination of competing as well as connecting lines and the establishment of joint and uniform rates for certain fields of traffic This combination to make joint and uniform rates was held by the courts o be in violation of the Sherman anti- tnlst act some ten years ago That- ruling never has been danged though every possible effort has been- made to soften It Now it is recognized that the thing to do Is to change the Sherman law itself The subject comes up freshly in the Southern state where the railroads are suffering most from loss of- ennlngs and financial weakness and- where the State commissions seem determined to enforce the letter of- both the rate law and the antitrust law Examination of conditions Texas and the Territory of the Southern Railway have completely convinced the interstate commission that tiho only salvation of tho rail- roatIs Is the power to make Joint rates- untIer supervision A strong ettort- will be made to give tills power at tho next session of Congress BIGGEST FARM 150 Miles WhillBd Two Hundred Miles Lffng CONTAINS PIGHT MILLION ACRES AND FIB DS 1800030 HEAD OF STS iKIN MEXICO Christian Herald Don Lulz Terrazas In tic State Chihuahua Mexico Is said to be thl owner of the largest farm in th work It Is 150 illes north and south and Inr i 8000000 acre of lard On r pPKmtatns and through its valleys there roam 1000000 head of cattle 7000IO sheep and 100 horses The len herdsmen shepherds and huS 11Ier an army of 2000 men The l rTich Is the only one in the world which maln talus Its own slaughtering and pacI trig plant Each year 150000 head of cattle and 100000 sheep are slaugh 1 ed dressed and packed There are free mammoth reservoirs on the farm costing 500000 and 300 wells scat tered over the estate which cost another 500000 The proprietor- a is scientific farmer and raises every kind of grain In his fields His farm house is said to be the most magnlfi cent one In the world costing 2000 000 and capable of entertaining ftuests The gardens are bautlfully laid out and the stables lire more magnificent than those of any earthly emperor On the homestead alono are employed 100 male servants Don Iulz was at one time Governor cf Chihuahua but tired of his political life and longed for larger liberty ancl mid a greater variety of employment Ho has a beautiful wife and twelve children seven sons and five daughters The sons are actively engaged with him in superintending the ranch while the women who are said to be the most beautiful In Mexico remain contentedly at the homestead The children were educated in Ul United States and have traveled ex tensively throughout the world He is richer than any threo men In llexl co and is benevolent in spirit and generous in his contribution to wort enterprises Farming is the basis f all other industries The farm is thE physical support of the race Farm Lrs and herdsmen of olden times t n had vast estates and muniflco Ilcomes o Any Old Governor Can Use This Can Tos Hendricks has made a walkli c rne which Is quite a curiosity IE way It Is of cherry aril has the name carved on It of every Govern cf the Commonwealth from Isaac T Shelby down to Augustus E Wlllso together with the dates on which the term of office of each began and ended The top Is elaborately carved rid has a beautiful piece of pearl set on the head Below Is a silver band which will be engraved Mr Hen ticks will present it to the Govern oi of Kentucky and it wlH be kept at the State Library and may be used any future Governor The wor- well executed and required a great deal of time and patience Georgi own Times o Dr John Murdock Can Practice Medicine Dr John Murdock of Anderso county who has been a practlcln l lyslcian for twentytwo years can intinue to practice and the Stat BJurd of Health must give him a certificate Acting Gov Cox overrules the action of the State Board which- had refused to give Dr Murdock a certificate on the ground that his diploma was not from a recognized medlcal college The law provides that where the decisions of the- Slate Board is objectionable an lCal can be taken to the Governor and- his decision Is to be final =A Boon to Elderly People Most elderly people have some Idd- ney or bladder disorder that is both painful and dangerous Foleys Kidney remedy has proven a boon many elderly people as it stimulates the urinary organs corrects Irregular ties and tones tit tho system Com- menco taking Foleys Kidney Remedy at once and bo vigorous For sale by all druggists o Too much advertising is injurious some businesses in tho same way that too much chopping spoils mincemeat It Is as difficult to advertise some busl- nosses too much as to chop mince- ment too fine SATURDAY AUGUS W 1008 ID PER CENT OFF On Evenjtning In our House We are remodeling our store to make more room l We are adding 5000 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 1 10 Per Cent Off f l On ev eryttringinX our house Now is the time to buy Furniture Carpets Rugs Mat tings at a very low figure If not satisfac tory for you to pay cash N I you can make satisfactory arrangements with us as to terms s GEORGE H1 STEflllN ili roLTHYLOB DISTILLERY THE HOME OF OLD TAYLOR A BEVERAGE WHISKEY OF TOPMOST CLASS BOTTLED IN BOND Age Proof Genuineness and Measure Are of Government Guarantee E H TAYLOR JR SONS II DISTILLERS Incorporated FRANKFORT KY I I Summer Vacation Trips VIAyQUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE 4TO TUB Lake Seaside and Mountain Resorts 1 Summer Tourist Tickets Now On Sale Il If you intend taking a trip fill out blank and mail for Information H C KINO C P A 101 East Main St Lexington Ky NameIAddress DestinaticaNews 1 per year in advance I r itJ rt SATrJfflJPfr AUGUST 291901 Diamond VUst By THE FAN Games Abroad At ShelbyvflleSeptember 1 At Lawrenceburg September 3 10 4ww Games at Home Shelbyv1l1eSel1tember 7 Winchester September 9 Richmond August 30 31 The Tailenders despised outsiders came from behind and won In a canter by a length It was the same old story The leaders relying on their former victories and believing that the tallenders are easy loafed along and the first thing they knew tho game was lost Winchester at the bottom of the ladder did what the Hiother teams higher up could not do they beat Frankfort by a score of 3 was played on the to 2 The game Tuesday afternoon and home grounds falrsized crowd which was seen by a usual and thehard asdid not root as majorityof whom were glad to seQ t Winchester wjn Dick Orutcher went back into the good ball He bx and pitched struck out fourteen men and most of but the the time he was Invincible made off him were Hits that were k bunched and that accounts for the loss of the game The visitors hit the ball when hits meant runs and At first Itto winthat is the way F looked like Crutcher had them at His mercy as he was striking them out Frankfort with great regularity played good ball but failed to take advantage of her opportunities and several times failed to score when it looked like a cinch that they would and when one htacrossget a man would hue won the game Red johannan was the star at the ba He lac out three good fo three sacks Janes one of tnem was in the nlitffc inning when two win and one toruns were neede to tie Red was a the bat with two men out Bohannan hit a hard one on the nose and It went on a line to cen ter where it rolled past the fielder 1Red took third on the hit but he died there as Zerlage next up could i do nothing The toughest luck was secondWinchestersfor McBrier baseman He had been offered 10 for a home run In the ninth she hit one to center The ball went like it was from an express rifle and struck r the tree by the fence high up In the branches The ball then bounded back into the lot and McBrier got nottwoohit the tree or had bounced luckily for him it would have been over the fence and the ten dollars would have been his lfProcter who pitched for the visi tors Is an old tlmer and played here seventeen years ago Heis nearly fifty years old but is young and active still and pitched good ball He was not hit to any extent and was effect e with men on bases While the game was close it was not very interesting and there was lack of snap and life about it that II was accounted for by the fact that Frankfort did not need the game and did not care whether or not tho game was won It was played on Its merits and there was no effort to give tho game away but the home team was not on its toes all the time like they used to be when they were fighting for the pennant If the Winchester team had been In the lengue from the first with Its present lineup they would have been fighting for first place instead of be ing at the bottom knocking down the leaders The team is a good one and the Winchester people are back Ing and supporting It with great loyalty Next year Winchester prob ably will be heard from In Keller Winchester has as good a shortstop as there is in the Bluegrass League He is ono of the kind that goes after everything Ho makes some errors naturally but he tries for every ball that comes his way and in tho game here Tuesday xImccltod down two that were ticketed doubles Ho also mado a one 4ffor stop and quick recovery that was a beautyy Tho game on Sunday will cost the fians only tho usual 25 cents It has tbeen decided not to charge for anno as was at first intended The money to pay tho debts of tho yclub has been subscribed and public toygive onoiigh to wipe out tho Indebted ness Richmond will be hero Sunday for a game and will do her best to win Tho gamo should bo a siege and int- erIosting one as Richmond usua- lly1fights harder against Frankfort than any other team Tho Lawmakers went dowriTn feat at the hands of the Millers a Shelbyvllle Wednesday by a score o to 7 Southpaw Shulte was en the slab for Frankfort and pitched a very fine game tip to she eighth whne he allowed three tallies The pennant winners are sore at Umpire Devanney and they say he had a big bunch of lemons on hand and handed them to the Lawmakers good and strong We are not surprised at this as Geo Hammond employs the umps Score by Innings 123466739TShe- lbyville 02001003 17Frankfort 004002000Three Base Hits Strader Wright Angermeier Two Baso HltsP Long Guest Sacrifice Hits Chapman Stolen Bases Hoffman Zuriage Wright P Long Strader 2 Kircher Kuhn Feeney Earned RunsFrank fort 2 Shelby vllle 3 First Base on BallsOff Sdliulte off Feeney Struck OutBy Schulte 6 by Feeney Left on Bases Frankfort 5 Shelbyvllle 9 Double PlayChap man to Angermeier Passel Balls Kircher 2 Hit by Pitcher Ball Wright Time of Game2 hours and 15 minutes Umpire Devanney www It Is the universal opinion among toe fans of this city that next years league will be composed of eight clubs and probably ten There are several towns in this section of theI State who seem to be exceedingly anxious to join the league It Is also believed that each team next year will be owned by a stock corn pany and each club will have enough dough to pull it through the season without asking the lovers of the game to cough up The last games of the season with the Richmond Pioneers will be played here Sunday and Monday The boys from Madison will try their best to win both of these games and are saving their best men to do the slab work Wright will probably be in the box for the Lawmakers Sunday while Shulte will look after FranK forts Interest Monday afternoon www There have been several scautsI rom the big leagues around these diggings lately watching the Blue Grass Leaguers play with a view of making them a proposition to join their aggregation but so far they have not succeeded In landing any of our bys Both Cornell and Angermeier have been offered good places InIfaster company but they have lIned to discard the LawmaltersJ uniform thus far and it a shot that they will wear toe black and white clothes until the season closes Presfdent Hammond wasI asked by one of these scouts to recommend the best catcher in the league and what da you think hej gave thenrBig Elgin of toe Ponies We will have to call the brilliant president down a notch or two andi show hlm where he has overlooked his hand We believe there are at least tour back steps In the league who have the big boy from Lerlngton beat a block Angermeier is by far the best catcher in the bunch and his past record will show that this is no joke Yontz of Liwrenceburg Steele of Frankfort Owens of Shelbyvllle and Berte of Richmond all have the big bean pole from Lexington bested at least a quarter of a mile But we are not surprised at Mr Hammond as ho always gives the Lexington Thoroughbreds the best of everything Tho Lawmakers have only eight more gapes to be played before toe season closes five of which will be played on the local diamond and three away from home Wte should win at least five out of tho eight www Howard Gtiyn pitcher of Lexington has been recalled by she Boston Amer leans and will reiwt at the end of the Central League season Guyn has been playing good ball for the Zanesvlllo 0 team In the Central League and as Boston had only farmed him put ho will ga to that team and will probably bo used next year Last year tho Boston Amen cans were loaded down with extra pitches and Guyn was farmed out without a trial but since his good work In tyro Central League ho has attracted the notice of several man agers and Boston will recall him and give him a regular tryout with tho team this fall Guyn was first procured by Boston from Waco Texas whore ho was playing In the Texas Leaguo An orror by Armstrong a single by HOW STREET CAUGHT BALlf DROPPED 1 TOP OF WASHINGTON MONUMENT e First Time Feat Has Ever Been Performed Although Doze0f Men Have Tried It 1 ICatcher Streets feature In eaten a baseball dropped from the op Washington monument a spe cial from the CnjiJal says Whet that Ignltlcan kin sphere had landed l ong consid Bred impossible hair Ren accom plashed and Street was heralded us the first man wMMfl ever caught a a height 111111lwnIuch catchors mil is estimated at 200 pounds The velocity the last second was tremen dousStreet used the ordinary catchers the end of the first second the Lull had dropped 12 feet At the end of the second second It had dropped 64 13 feet At the end of the third second it had passed over 154 34 feet At the end of the fourth second It had dropped 257 14 feet At the end of the fifth second it lad dropped 301 feet At the end of the sixth second ic had dropped 435 feet At the end of the six and threequar ter second it had passed 550 feet The stirring scene was wltnessd by only a few men who had been invited- to the test There was Street Mm self standing sixty feet from the base of the monument Around him clus tered President Gibson newspaper proprietor and clubman Ganley left fielder of the Washlngtons and Bride shortstop Far above this little group in the tiny window that looked like a dot on the monument stood Mr Gibson He had ten baseballs with him Ho constructed of two little planks a sort of runway down which he was to roll the spears There was no warning of when the first ball or the last one was to come hurling down to Street He didnt cure to have the advantage of the al signals from the pitcher All tie could do was to stand there eyes like slits hands held out head up waitingHe that before him such giants cf the diamond as Buck Ewing Paul Hines Charley Snyder and Mala cirri Kittredge had stood in that same spot long ago and made gallant hilt futile attempts to capture the baseballs that swished and fell downward seellbachup by the Inability of the Pioneers to hit at opportune times decided the contest In favor of Lawrencebtiry at Richnind Tuesday 2 to 0 in one of the prettiest pitchers battles ever witnessed between E Golden for the Pioneers and Sommers for the Distillers The features of the afternoon were sensational running catches pulled down In the field by Armstrong and Chase The summary follows www The Shelbyville team was easy for the Reds at Winchester and Winches ter won 15 to 3 Toney for Winches ter kept the Millers eight hits well scattered except in the third when they bunched them up and scored three runs Kelly the new first base man procured trout Lawrenceburg played swell ball getting four hits out of five times at the bat and malting thirteen putouts without a fozzle The Lawmakers will play time crack Russellvllle team three games next week at Russellvllle and this contests promise to be battles royal from getting to end The Logan county bays have by far the best club In Southern and Western Kentucky anti have won twentyfour out of twenty nine games this seasonI Polar Bear Barnett the efficient tlilrcl baseman and Jeff Elgin who has done tho biggest part of the catching for tho Thoroughbreds this season have been signed by tho Dayton Club of tho Central League for next season and will not be seen on too local iKnmoml Both men will finish the present season with the local team and report to the Dayton management tor spring practice next season Lex ington Herald ww Same old story Frankfort 3 Law ronceburg That is what the score Lay hung up on the left hold fence Sunday afternoon While the game was unusually Interesting from thu tinge Mlko yelled batter up until the amps said you are out to tho third maul on tho visiting team tho fist half of tho ninth Tho ro fastc ess train wrig glinJ Vif theyPmd St Vitus dance not jjBig swept this way by the wind In stant forced another three tfrnays eratlcflmrs baffling Stree on side of the monument Suddenly Ganley sang out Here she comes Street saw tho bnlla tiny dot against the sky The wind whisked It to one side Sheet shifted his positions It took just ajx and threequarter second for the W to hit the earth thirty feet away Again came a whistling erratic ball plunged far from the catcher Sovej Bther spheres shot downward and Street might as well have bfcen Bmlle way Fo nther balls were sent up and Sire fanged to another side of the mon Lt to euchre the wind Ball imam aped far behind him and hl noved once more until he got rieet from the base of the rronuTlPht No 11 came closer to the man be low and he had his gauge The twelfth ball hummed almost into Streets hands It touched the tips of his flingers and from the Impact he knew that If one of the mlssils hit his mead it would be good night for him Gritting his teeth at the thought that unlucky thirteen was coming his way carrying defeat the plucky catcher heard Ganley sing out again Youve got It There was a bang and Street quivered from head to foot as a ship would quiver in a collision He stool as still as a wooden Indian lookiR at the little sphere in his hands Then he laugher like a child only half conscious of the fact that he had done what no man In the world ever had done before His companions clustered about him and escorted him In trl wmph to his quarters He played this afternoon following his feat aril seemed none the less able to perform because of the tremendous thump lib hands received Street described his experience as approach of the ball appeared to be In weary lines and that motion wns made more realistic by the pro vailing winds I couldnt gaugue the line of flight and that is a condition 6f the first Importance in stopping a bull It was an unusualy windy day suit was never in doubt as far as local fans were concerned as the manager sent that great south paw Rusty Wright to the slab and they nIl knew he would come out with colors lying as usual Wright was the least bit wild at the beginning but ho soon settled down and held the boys front Anderson down the rest of the game with all ease Wright was given the very best of support by his team mates Fine catches by Steele In center and Chapmans good ground work on short were other features of tho Law makers workScore by Innings Innlns 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 T Frankfort 00000201 x3Lawronceburg 000000001 Earned runs Frankfort 3 1aw ronceburg home run Hoffnnn three base hit Zuriage two base hits Schroder Seelbach OBannon base on balls off Wright struck out by Wright 7 left on bases Frankfort 4 Lawrenceburg 5 double plays Seelbach to Reed to OBannon sacr fice hits Bohannan Guest Time of game one hour and forty minutes Umpire Devanney The Lawmakers runt was simply whole works in Sundays gave and played big league ball throughout the entire afternoon the two semis tional catches in center field saving the game for the locals Little Steel has developed Into ono of the best all round players in tho entire league and is perfectly at home any place on tho diamond What he lacks In size ho makes up In brilliant plays Chapman played giltedged ball at short Sunday and his running catch brought down tho grand stand It was very dlfllcult ball to judgo but Chap used his noodle and pulled It down with ease In a farcical game at Bolt Line Park Monday Frankfort defeated Lox ington by a score of 16 to 9 Tho duet reason for the victory of tho Lawmakers was tho Inability of till Thoroughbred pltchors to hold thorn Job Printing n ourfds l1omely and Ummpor= tant doesnt it you realize that BUTdobusiness house judged largely by the Stationery and other Printed Matter it sends out Anybody Can Print IIBut to turn out first= class that is a credit and an advertisement to a firm requires an intricate know ledge of the art CL And Then First= class Machinery with which to execute it te Trankhrt Printing Company 61r Has all the IL requisites We will make YOU Honey BOTH PHONES 11 Old Roundabout Office Brought l Up To Date down Jimmy Frye started the game and after he had passed three men and 1111theor substituted He shared almost tho same fate In a single inning Klos torman was then put Into the box and allowed but four runs in three second third and ninth innings were the only ones which Frankfort did not score In every other Frye Hotelier and Klosterman were at their mercy Three errors were made by Lexing ton each resulting in a score The Thorougbreiis did not shine at all until the ninth when a batting rally netted six runs However It was too late to recover as weak pitching had given Frankfort a long lead Score by Innings 123456789TFin- ankfot 300252 3 1 016 Loxlngton 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 6 9 Two base hits Wright 2 Kim brough Wahoo Barnett three base hits Zuriage Allison Hatcher first or balls off Cornell 3 off Frye 3 off Hatcher off Klostorman 1 struck out by Cornell 4 by Fryo by Klostcrnman left on bases Lox ington Frankfort wild pitches Klostornian passed balls Wahoo 2 first baso en errors Frankfort 7 Lox Ington 5 hit by pltchor Chapman giuno began 330 umpire Woods wrw 1 PAGE UV N in The Booster Day which w vj scheduled for Sunday has been de dared off and the regular admission of 25 cents will be charged www ITho Winchester Reds took the Into camp at Winchester Tursday by a score of 3 to 0 Cor nell pitched a brilliant game for the Frankfort boys but was given poor support by his team mates Robinson was on the firing line for the Reds and he had oiir pennant winners at his mercy at all stages of the game www Grover Land Toledos great catcher was here yesterday on a visit to his mother COrnell the Lawmakers brilliant southpaw ac companied Grover to Louisville where he will ho given a trial out by the Toledo Club which Is playing In Louisville It Is the general opinion that Cony will make good Land has been sold to the Cleveland Club and will report for duty next Monday and every one In Frankfort believes he will make good In his new uniform Lexington trimnied the Millers at Shelbyvllle Thursday by a satire of to ww Invincible nasty Wright will be in the box for tho Lawmakers Sunday nttornoon and E Goldon will look after Pioneers Interest This should bo ono of tho host and fastest games of the season anti a big crowd should bo on hand 1I l 41 r AGE EIGHT I SPECIAL SALE OF REMNANTS Ii prices Misses Dropstitch and white pair 8c 16button length Gloves damaged palr H 25c Ribbed lOc Underwear per garment 25C Silk Parasols slightly soiled 98c Infants Muslin each tj 15c Dry Carpets BACK TO SCHOOL Must Start On Tuesday EARLIER OPENING THAN USUAL YETIFINISHED In the windows of the drug store and book dealers has appeared tab lets and pencils and erasers and sponges and rulers and books with familiar appearance To the observant youngster who has been enjoying life for the last three months these things are signs of the time when he will have to rush through his breakfast grab up and armful of and go dashing off to a big building where he is kept confined for several hours each day and where teachers try to hammer knowledge his unwilling head is to begin again Just about the time for school to begin In the fall one sees the drug stores putting out their best pencils with fancy colorings and filling up their show windows with yuck us are used in the school room The first is no more sure Indica tion of the approach of than Is the prominent display of pencils and tablets d signboard of school It is the time now when the children to buy and look out for Slates and pencils and and things of that kind and that is the only joy iiI back to school it Is some consolation to go along and purchase the thjngs one in school Schppl Is beginning earlier than is Usual this It will start Tuesday Instead of on Monday in Septem bar as is customary Superintendent McKee has decided It w uld be best to early this year so as not to thfow the commencement too latH next spring on the hew primary building has not been completed but arrange merits have been made for the nous Ingot the primary grades in the main building until the middle oti October the new building will be completed An immense lot of Remnants left over from our July Clear ance SaJe are now on our counters marked ridiculously cheap How thrifty women will sn tchIu r summer an hl11llpYh r In addi tlon tb our Remnants we have reduced on every of summer merchandise We name a few of the many bargains to be found here Hose black Black Cotton Ladles Swiss Vests each vCiW Mens Balbriggan v i White tcaps Goods Children Next hooks Into School going books robin spring begin books erasers going needs year first begin Work about when article Sells life Of Cousin To County Sheriff The body of Jesse Cole the negro desperado who was killed by Sheriff J E Bryant of Monroe county with ht a few hundred yards of his mothers home on Pea Ridge was shipped on the 3 oclock train for Indianapo lis for identification- A later report of the killing has developed the fact that Cole was trayed into the hands of the officers by his cousin Claude Andrews in whom he trusted An agreement had been made with the officers by An drews to decoy Jesse Cole away from home the first favorable opportunity find that by doing so he would zot a part of the reward It was learned that most all tilt male members in the Cole settlement wore to be away from home engaged in hauling logs a considerable dis tance from Pea Ridge The officers rode to within a few hundred yards of the house and hitched their horse and came a short distance closer They had hardly reached the spot when they came upon Andrews and hip victim whom lie had begged to o squirrel hunting with him Afteri killing Cole the officers put the body across their shoulders and run sever tit hundred yards to their horses They then put the body oif two horses Mid rode five miles where they secured a buggy in which they placed the body and brought it on to Tompkins ville Detective Tom Pedigo of Louisvllut said that Andrews made the same drat with him as he also did with United States Marshal Jeff Cundiff to deliver Cole into their hands but after all arrangements had been made Andrews failed to carry out his coil tract giving as his excuse that his heart had failed him and that Jesse Cole had saved his life more than on time o No matter how small the Job of printing you have we want it and we will give it the same careful attention as we would a great big one We desire your business and will show von that we appreciate same by doing rood work Use either phone II 0 We print anything and we print everything right JOINT DEBAT Between Campbell Contcj And W P Kimball Congressional Gandldites Meet o haFgeSMa1v BV Ga ad Both Enart ilullmls l FRANKLIN COUNTY PLAYS IMPART Paris Bureau of the Lexlngt4 Ihr aid The first joint discussion the Issues ot the compaign for C ess In this district between Conga nan W P Kimball of Lexington us- a candidate for renomlnatlor and his opponent Senator 7 C ell Cantrill of Gecfrgetowh occu his afteftidon at Little Rock ty at a picnic given by the Mi td men of America One thous o pie were present neither of thw on grestonal aspirants being on the program for a speech Both Congressman Kimball and Senator Cantrill however concluded to attend in an effort to make good- with the voters of the Eastern end ol Bourbon county and when their pres ence became known they were both urged to speak Senator Cantrill was especially grat ified as he stated that he was glad of an opportunity to clear himself of the charge of political perfidy of hav ing lobbied against the Interests ol Governor Beckham and of having been Instrumental in causing the de feat of the county unit bill before the last Leglsuature Each speaker was allowed twenty five minutes Senator Cantrill opening the argument The Senator said that the charges emanated from the Frank fort State Journal the editor of which resided in Lexington when in fact they were made by James H Thomp son chairman of the Bourbon County Democratic Committee who was present as an Interested spectator Senator Cantrill sid he was ae insert of trading cff tie McChord bill when all the Interests arrayed against the measure are now fighting him in this contest which hardly looks reasonable if the charge be true The Senator then produced letters from the Scott and Owen County Boards of Control endorsing his work and testifying to the sincerity of his every novement In tho interests of the to lrcco growers He also read letters from Senator Newman and Senator Jenaker endorsing his labors for the- CJSe of the Equity movement Senator Cantrill then declared that the conduct of the State Journal in reIterating these charges which were vithsut foundation was the dirtiest piece of politics ever perpetrated in the district The Senator then took up the charge that he hail not supported Gov ernor Beckham and said the fact that Hon Robert H Anderson Representative from his county voted for Beck ham on every ballot while the repre sentative from the city of Lexington did not should be a sufficient answer to the charge- In refutation to the charge that he lobbied against the county unit bill Senator Cantrill read a letter from the Rev Mr Wagner who fathered the bill endorsing him for Congress He denied emphatically that he had entered into a deal with Judge Pols grove by which he was to receive the vote of Fianklin county in return for the vote of Scott county which he lantrlll was to give the Judge in his race for Commonwealths Attorney He said that foe stood four square to One Of The Two New Presses On Which The Daily News Will Be Printed ev9rrnd that blows fora square ddf1rtpoUtlcs and for the contlm nnffyfjihe organlzationnf the farmers t ttguinVnMo trusts Congressman KlmbcfiMkied to the Senator He expiCFal Rt surprise that the Senator jj jfccuse Editor Walton of malting the crges ferred to wften In a circular letter sent out yesterday broadcast over the county Rijnball himself is accused qf havingri charges when VOiClIm nilttee x rate Kitfbull disclaimed havitt a y nrge against the Serator ad j Win the circular letter and thti TOi a scheme to fool the people at this late day would Pall lot He admonish earerost of whom were farm hat B they wanted their organization I what everjiffme It was known to be a suc cess and a great power for good to keep It out of the slime of politics Scarcely had It become an Implement for good for the securing of equitable prices and for the elevation and hap plness of Its people before It was dragged Into the mire of polities made the stepping stone of hungry politicians Mr Kimball declared that he had al ways fought the tobacco trust and every trust and would continue to so fight the greed of the organized few against the helpless many and could be of more service to the Democratic party In Congress than the Senator Referring to the Senators denial of the charge that he Cantrill was In a deal with Judge Polsgrove for the trading of the votes of Franklin and Scott counties Mr Kimball read a letter from Hon L F Johnson of Frankfort which follows Frankfort Ky Aug 19 08 Hon W P Kimball Lexington Kj Dear SIr- Answering your favor of the 18th instant beg leave to advise that some weeks ago I thought of announcing myself as a candidate for Congress to succeed you subject to the action o f the Democratic convention to be held In the city of Lexington on the third day of September next After consultation with same of my friends I decided not to make the race feeling that you were entitled to an endorsement as had been the usual custom in this district At the time had this matter un der consideration I was approaches by Judge Polsgrove of my county who frankly salt to me that he was in a deal with Senator Cantrill whereby he Polsgrove was to deliver to Cantrill tne vote of Franklin county in the Congressional race and in re turn Cantrill had agreed to deliver to Polsgrove the vote of Scott county in his Polsgroves race for Commonwealths Attorney- It remains to be seen whether or not the people of Franklin and Scott counties will submit to and approve of such an alliance With respect believe me to be Very truly yours L F JOHNSON Congresman Kimball In proof of his Interest in legislation affecting the tar bacco situation declared that he made a trip from Washington to Frankfort to urge upon Senator Combs and Rep resentative Klalr the Importance of voting for the McChord bill which he thought would equal any particular fort made by the Senator whose sole claim for political preferment rested upon his prominence as the head of the organization- Mr Kimball closed Ills address with a fervent apeal to all Democrats to wily to the standard of the party and place William Jennings Bryan the greatest Democratic statesman of the age In the White House In Cnntrlll wtas accorded five minutes to reply and in answer to the letter of Mr Johnson regarding the Polsgrove deal read a letter from the Judge denying the charge Senator Oantrill like his opponEnt made an eloquent plea for a reunited Democracy and predicted the triumph canididacy 0 irand and Petit Jury Panel Drawn Circuit Clerk Ben Marshall hUH drawn the grand and petit juries for the next term of the Circuit Court which begins in October The grand jurors are N B Smith J W Hughee Henry Hensley Harry Quire J W Scott Jr Ray Brown W W Moore lolm SeIbert William Rosson W M Ilieatt Ambrose Parker Sam Stone Lonny Quire Gordon Trlplott Peter Barker J L Holder J L Cole J W Waldner Garrott Carter Albert Hock nflmith Jr C M Brldgeford J P Bargains in cGtew Shingles 00nd50sand00sand2sand50 i HAMMOND COMPANY FRANKFORT KY r WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OF ENGINE WORK AGEfIFORCAN FURNISH PLANTS COMPLETE jNO CHARGE UNLESS WE DELIVER THE G The Frankfort Machine Co P B ZANONE Mgr 41 Bridge St Both Phones 1 CO KDNTUCJiY t BIOGEST snow t STATE 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the penitentiary for life on conviction of n murder charge was pardoned by Acting Governor W H Cox and was released from tho prison He had many friends among tho white people and Auditor Frank P James who comes from Harrodsburg was especi ally interested In the cane was n barber for many years In jIarrocls1 burg and was known to all the white pebplo In tho place Ho had a goodt t J C M BRHFORD t Interior decorations done to suit lttastesIn oil colors fresco colors wall paper relief etc Colllni Bldg Main Street Home Phone 34 ireputation but one night became In volyed In a saloon row with a negro fom tho South a stranger to Denny who was employed on the construe tion work of the Southern RanwayIDenny killed the negro and on trial vas sentenced for life He has boon in bad health since ho has boon In the prison a 0 We strive hard to produce printI Ing tit tho better quality and havo confidence in the ability of the buying- pubiiciAtjorjudgeaad its willingness to appreciate Send usa trial 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