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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 7 March 1908

pr FR A 1 jr rr i S t t Ii Q I L 11 f l ii Y LtulSLATlll Iy ETTLES DOWN TDWORK Ij ra S Several Important Measures 1t Were Passed Yesterday krirULLIVAN irULLIVAN EDUCATIONAL BILL kpcARRIESIN HOUSE AND CRE BrV J rv CELIUS TOBACCO BILL IN SENATE vt j5AFTERNOONSESSION 1 HELD pb The House yesterday morning pass t ed the Sullivan educational bill fe which changes thewhole system of J > school trustees and establishes a high II school In every county In the State fy There was some opposition to the bbl ifl1j and the debate was long many speech fi fe < es being made for and against It The e jbIU provides that the county shall be V the governing unit In school matters 4fand that a taxof not to exceed 20 cents iy shall be levied for school purposes in I jpl < Bench county A count board of edu vacation which shall consist of not less jjV than four nor more than eight mem I I > bers with the county school superin Ip tendent as a member exofflclo This I Inboard is to be selected by t...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 7 March 1908

a 5 r r iiKINRw6L1 i Z > t URNS AT CENTRE COLLEGE 1 SEVERAL OF THE STUDENTS HAVE NARROW ESCAPES WILL BE REBUILT AT ONCE Y = Just before noon Monday Breckin ridge Hall the largest building In con nection with Centre College at Dan Mlle was iIvered on fire ThCfirst and third stories were used as living j wrooms by the students and severalnar ± Brooms row escapes were made A U David h son a student from Marion and Geol Alley of Fulton w urrounded by I flamesbut fortunate Id a long rope I In their room which TITey fastened to I N f furniture and then lowered them t c selves to the ground Their hands k were blistered and the roof fell In r shortly after they landed belonging of w the fifty boys who roomed in Breckin ridge Hall were destroyed and the young men are being provided with ° homes in private families throughout Danville The hall will bo rebuilt at once It was erected In 1881 and was j Darned In honor of Dr R J Breckin J ridge who at that time was a leader vttin the theologic...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 7 March 1908

I REVENUE J 1iNW4TS 7TII DISTRICT + 1 rMORE MORE ACTIVITY IN DISTILLINGV i iNDuSTRY AND CIVIL SERVICE i I UST CALLED ON FOR 1R1EF i it PERIODS q I > f The March assignment of atore 1r keepers and gaugers in the Seventh Internal Revenue District shows in I + creased activity In the distilling in i dustry although it is still far belowC R the average for this season of the if 1 year Four deaths in the service 1 4 within a few months and the illnesshi of several others have made neces iirsary a number appointments of L temporary men from the civil service eligible list mostly for brief periods Selection for these emergency ap d i pointments ore made as a rule from I4 the men on the list living nearest to I the distilleries where extra peen are t needed as the terms of servlc are 1 mostly not long enough to justify long longr I eligible list is tne longest the district i 11has ever had 42 names in all and the outloolc Is that but a small pro portion oT the eligibles will be nee ell I...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 7 March 1908

i Frankfort Weekly News I i Entered at the postoftice at Frankfort Ken tucky ns second elasa mallablc matter 9 FRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY INCOUtORATEir HUBERT VREELAND Pres and Mgr ty D COYLE Secretary and Treasure TERMS SIOO IN ADVANCE d ADVANCEy FRANKWT MARCH 7 1908 With this Issue the Roundabout changes Its name and we take this oc caslon to say a wodtos to theluture policy of the Fr WOls News as the paper shall hereafter e known While the new management feels a pardonable pride in the changes that lave already been effected It is by no means the paper that we Intend t make It in a few weeks Natural there laa great deal work incident to the transfer of a large business an d as yet we have not organized our editorial staff The volume of work t r that has been turned out by the 0 Frankfort Printing Company sine t Y the transfer of he property has kept the present force busy day and nigh but the force will be enlarged at the earliest date possible and we hope j then to show our patr...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 7 March 1908

I 1 soc t7 a8 U18 i 8 6 I r Calendar I SMALL BRIDGE CLUBI fitthe the last time for forty odd days the Small Bridge Club met last week i 4 with Miss Rebecca Johnson on Sec + ond street Miss Johnson won the pin for ceeps having made the highest score < during the series of the Clubs meet Ings Tea and cakes were served In an at Itt tractive manlier tothe guests present i w r THE CHILDRENS CARNIVAL The Childrens Carnival last week Stt the Coliseum was one of the pret < tiest affairs yet held at that place of s favorite amusement For the prettiest dress present Miss Agnes Saffell won first prize as r a pink chrysanthemum Miss Leila Hosson won second as a yellow but terfly All the costumes were bright and beautiful and the management felt as if he would have liked to have given one for every effort made for they all deserved one Y I FEAMSTERCROWE FEAMSTERCROWEMr a Mr and Mrs William Crowe an nounce the coming wedding of their sister Miss Letty Craig Crowe to Mr James Withrow Feamste...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 7 March 1908

I ASSOCIATION I s OF KENTUCKY DAIRYMEN yA ORGANIZE AT SHELBYVILLE Al ELECT OFFICERS FOR THE ENSUING YEAR I I About fifty dairymen met at the courthouse in Shelbyville Tuesday Afternoon and formally organized the Kentucky State Dairymens Associa tion The association has been dulY Incorporated aer the laws of Kill tucky article W Incorporation hav Ing been filed In the office of the Secretary of State here last week Officers for the year were elected aa follows Hart Wallace j Shelbyvl president J wallaceWhelbyvUle Hardin county first v re president XDdward Downing of Lexington sec ond vice president Z W Lee of Cyn tlilana Harrison county third vice president J A Bell of Shelby county 1secretary and treasurer The board of directors Is composed of the presl ttent and three vice presidents and J R Thomas of Normandy Spencer County W L Scott of Scotts Station Shelby county H p Rogers of Eliza bethtown Hardin county and J W Ray Flshervllle Jefferson county The organization Is to promote fr...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 7 March 1908

1 Jr 11e aoop oa me ave avei i product f If your wagon wa waYou + I 1 PITTSBURGH PERFECT II fences are made by this modern simpt1 ne WELIi I THAT HELDII I MR FARMER I LISTEN NOW Every agent Handling II PITTSBi 1 Iud to guarantee this s That the wires era not Injured at the joints t That the fenoe la perfectly adjustable to uneven ground9I IThtthewlres wlH not separate from the strands I That the fence la all right In evbry pertiouler321K i 321KCould 261NI I I anured f I 1 1 J It Sower Hdw C 51X M IncorporafodI 3 MainlStreet Both Piiou 9IUSBURGIf PERFECT FENCING Special Sfyle < fj e j fH M O I i H I7JI I Jj > eonle c 4 I 1 1 i iry t fi 1 I hns y I I w 3jj UP TO THE MINUTE k jj We study the style in typography r i ff and are constantly prepared to ar + range your work In the manner ttfat I r fashion dictates though we always alG t j surd Verily the styles change In i Ii K printing as In dress and good taste I W Is Been In one as in the other Weing KA secure the latest Production...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 7 March 1908

JI j I Y M 1 C 1 A e II BUILDINfi AT VERSAILLE 4 I 1ITE SELECTED PLANS ACCEPTED i AND NEW BUILDING TO BE ERECTED AT ONCE t Wmi O Davis J Andrew Cain and Jos M II nary who were appointed a committee to decide on the exact location of tji e new Y M SBk bu ding at Vcr sallies met Monday afternoon In Ve r rw sallies and agreed to erect the ne w t home on the corner bf Main and rGreen streets It Is J be ten feet i back from the iSle line with I adIjoins joins the property The drawings and specifications ol y Richards McCarty Bulford Colum bus 0 architects which were sent last April to the building committee rhave at last been accepted Rump S Son will begin the foundation at once the contract being given to Porter Singleton r The plans show a most S exterior cut stone foundation two Story red brick with massive stone capplngs an Imposing entrance large e windows on either side and the uIt stairs windows are to have ornamental balconies In the attic are dormer windows The basement Is to ha...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 14 March 1908

r rr j F R 1 = I Q I s VOL XXXI j I 13 LIVELY FIGHT j IS PROMISED IN HOUSE 1 1 r 1 f Y Over The Frankfort Normal 11 School Bill 1 Jt OPPONENTS THREATEN TO CUR J TAIL CAPITOL APPROPRIA 1iif J TION IF PUSHED r DOG LAW IS AMENDED 1 t I Frankfort Is to have a normal thI e fiiotEer normal schools which have f been established if the bill which passed the Semite this week can get vj through the House The bill provides w for the use of the present Capitol r Buildings and establishes a law de t partment which isto be an adjunct p Mto Kentucky Uhivesity The present r r Capitol and the grounds are dedicat V ed to the normal school and 10000 < aj yjear Bet aside to maintain the > school Twentyfive thousand dollar > is appropriated for the repair of too I present buildings so that they can be put dn good condition before the openedt t r Frankfort would be greatly benefit if ad by the establishment of the noi > pAtnai school here and it would mean a large increase in the floating pop...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 14 March 1908

= = = HARGIS ft RANTED A CONTINUANCE i 1ii Ilti iJ < pN ACCOUNT OF ILLNESS OF HIS t J ATTORNEYS NO APPLICATION i MADE FOR 8AILi f t After repeated and persistent efforts r to prevent a trial of their client at i1his term tho attorneys for Beech + > 4 Hargls succeeded Wednesday In se ilii r curing a continuance of his case at t Jackson oj When t ase ills called Wdnes z if day mornrag Wm and the defendant brought Into court Attorney D B Red wine handed him an affidavit whi t r Ills counsel had drawn during the tit 7lisht fl > He sat down bes Bliis mother and sae read the affidavit Ffalnt smile ap hveared to light up his face while read b lug it f AtHe stepped to the clerks desk t signed and swore to the document and Y1f aP Attorney J J Bach asked leave to k t > tlleit together with his own affidavit In suport of another motion for a con r L tinuance The motion for continuance was ar sued by Judge D B Redwlne for the defense and Hon A Floyd Byrd for t the prosecution h The ...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 14 March 1908

APPEAL t fl FOR FINANCIAL AID k 5 r io f It 1 > KENTUCKY FEDERATION OF WOM ENS CLUBS CIRCULATING A PETITION r I Miss Rebecca G Avcrill President of the Womans Club of Frankfort Is circulating a petition among the cltl o zens of Frankfort urging them to give V financial assistance to ithe movement v for educational advancement in the ti State The appeal was promulgated at y the Kentucky Federation of Worn fc 1 ans Clubs a nd is as follows it v Do you know that In Kentucky jI nearly 50 per cent of the children of school age and 22 per cent of the white children ibetwen the age of ten tand fourteen are not in school I J Do you know that Kentucky is giv 1 i M t ing to her children an average of r r < ninety days of schooling a year while 1 giving 1 1 ing to their children an average of 150 I r days y Do you know that each pupil en rolled In Kentucky attends school an taverage of fiftyfive days a year while + r each pupil enrolled in Indiana attends > an average of 104 days a i ...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 14 March 1908

Frankfort Weekly News t Entered at the postotlice at Frankfort Ken tuckyns secondclass mallablc matter f j FRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY 1 INCORPORATED HUBERT VREELAND Pres and Mgr Jfl D COYLE Secretary and Treasurer TERMS 5100 IN ADVANCE FRANKFORT MARCH 14 1908 f1 FRANKFORT NORMAL SCHOOL bILL Of The Enemies of the Dowling Bill s which provides fora normal school a In Frankfort with aw department < as an adjunct are wreatenlng to at f > tack the Capitol Appropriation Bill Uf the Frankfort people Insist on pasS ik > jng the Dowling Bill In the House 1v y > J This Is so puerile as well as so ab j surd that the advocates of the bill should pay no atentlon to It Such a threat might frighten some of our l Children but no one who has given Iii the matter any thought will believe ti5 t f for a moment that the Legislature y5 i would fall to make proper provision for the handsonme structure that will k k > prove the foundation stone of a new ct era In Kentucky The Capitol Appro i...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 14 March 1908

rA k rt r r SATUROXYr MARCH 14 1Kt soc socll ll llll Ili i I i > I 1 111 FOR MRS t R B BROWN BROWNb4 II II iC Mrs E E Abbett entertained de l 1 tighttully with a tea Monday afternoon > 3n honor of Mrs R B Brown the wire L t of Senator Brown of Warsaw The Y F J if house was lovely In jonquils and mJfe rns Miss Anna Abbott assisted her I kferns In receiving the guests iK WHITE SHOWER r I The ladles of the First Presbyterian s n Church will give a White Shower In 7 1 r arljr strawberry time I 1 t LOFTING CLUB MEETS 1 i 1 t The Lofting Club mQt yesterday af r tetrnoon with Mrs St W Hager and t I I > > tMrs H V McChesney at the home F Ltof Mrs Hager on Shelby street For I fI the pleasant occasion the home of r At > lifts Hager was decorated In yellow tulips and carnations t Before a delicious repast was served servedis z Hhe sowing occupied a part of the tlme and the solos by Mrs RR 11 < Wilson and Miss Vaught the other tSl w These ladles proved so capable and so 1 Yene...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 14 March 1908

PREMIUMS At the State Fair to be Larger This Year Than Ever Before With snow still In the air and fully fair months before the date of the next State Fair things are already look IMyb yjng up in that line and it is evident that the interest to be taken this year will excel that of any previous year in the history of the fair Even at this early date Mr L B Shropshire o f Louisville the assist ant secretary of the fair is hustling for premiums and so far his efforts lave met with great success Several Shropshire of Louisville the assist Officials of the American Shorthorn Breeders Asso km ofVfticago that the annual appropriation of 500 for the best herds of shorthorn cattle would be given this year as formerly And yesterday he receive nformation to the effect that receivlformauon I the American Hereford C e Associa tion of Kansas City Mo would bo increased this year from 300 to 500 Heretofore the appropriation of this association has been 200 until last year when the amount was increa...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 14 March 1908

s sonte Pont onteParac Parali SIGNS OF DETERIORATION OF f CHARACTER < VVf When you are satisfied with medi V verity when commonness doesnt trouble you < When you do not feel troubled by a r ti poor days work or when a slighted fft 5 < Job does not haunt you as It once did 1r w When you are satisfied to do a I < rf t thing Just for now expecting to do r E It better later 11 e When you can work untroubled in S the midst of confused systemless our + > > Tpundlnga which you might remedy I j1N J V When you can listen without a pro iifS test to Indecent stories I i When yoar ambition begins to cool t Y > and you no longer demand the same y 5i < standard of excellence that you once I t did ndWhen I i9 When you do not make a confidante r ° f your mother as you once did Qr y tv are HI at ease with her A h When you begin to think your father t a is an old fogy > 1tk WHen you begin to associate with r i people whom you would not t hink of yout t il would not want the...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 14 March 1908

ATTORNEYS i i FOR CALEB POWERS I HOLD CONFERENCE AND WILL I CALL ON GOV WILLSON TO < URGE CONSIDERATION OF CASE ° Mr William Hays Green brother Inlaw of Ca Powers who is tile k prisoners financial and political man I ager was in Lexington Monday in confernce with attorneys for Powers and requested that the matter of a pardon for the noted Per be taken Up before Gov Wllls at the ear liest possible moment It was shown that petitions contain T ing the signatures over 100000 per sons asking for the pardon have been received by the Special citizens Com mittee at Lexington which has the pardon matter in charge Gov Will t son has already indicated his purpose to give the Pardon Committee a hear ft ing and the friends of the prisoner are anxious for the hearing at an early date In view of the decision of the Eleventh congressional District Repub lican Committee at Corbin Saturday fixing June 6 as the date for the pri mary friends of Powers are anxious that he should be given an > equa...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 28 March 1908

l r ct 1 9i FRAN fr wf fir Y NEWSj AND ROUND R07 JaINKF KFONo 29 1li00DCHANCE FOR DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION I Frankfort Will Make Hard Fight to Land Gathering BECKHAMS FRIENDS DO NOT THINK THAT LOUISVILLE IS THE PROPER PLACE LEXINGTON ALSO ANXIOUS Frankfort may get the next Demo cratic State convention A movement is now en foot to have the conven tion here in Frankfort Instead of in Louisville or Lexington and it is said that the plans for holding the big gathering in the Capital City will b a successful It is known that the men who were allied with Gov J C W Beckham do not want the convention held in LoulsvMlc and are willing to 111 halve it held anywhere so long as Louis JI ville does not get It When it was suggested that Louisville ought ant to have the convention on account of the votes cast In the Senatorial race by the three members from Louisville Frankfort then began to 0d get busy hoping that they could land the convention here Whether or noi they will be successful remai...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 28 March 1908

PAGE TWO f i = TEACHERS 1 e ALLOWED NO PENSIONS GOVERNOR VETOES ACT CREAT ING FUND AND GIVES HIS REASONS THEREFOR Gov Willson Wednesday vetoed the Wallace bill creating a fund with which to pension school teachers in Ixmisville who have served for a period of twentyfiVe years He offers t many otions 60 the bill Aid give I many reasons for not approving It t The bill was introduced in the House by Representative Wallace and pro vided that any teacher In the public schools of LouisfAp who had served for twentyfive y P > would be entit led to retire on a pension Gov Willson signed the bill contin uing the geological survey under Prof C J Norwood The act appropriates I 16000 for the survey and 10000 for I a geological map of the State I I Gov Willsons reasons for not ap proving the WJlace bill are as fol I lows This fs a Mil to provide for pen stoning commcn school teachers in cities of the first class The motive which inspires this bill is one which all must respect and while the fi...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 28 March 1908

0 t iIIII SATURDAY MARCH 28 1908 stk argufying r The clurndest place to argufy 4Ill bet most anywhere w Is out to grandpaws on tho pike i thererw t ti They oughter all been preaches anywaysis is YOr auctioneers or some sucb Where lots of talkin pays Theres bout four dozen of us An mostly men and boys From one year old to eightyfive An boots an mud an noise AnWhy Why goshamighty geemaneec Say you jest oughter try tIt onct an smell the backer smoke An hear em argufy i They dont agree bout nothin tall i Religion politics i Or how to tell a sheep thats fat I Or what an awful fix J The countrys gittin in jist npw II I Or why a rail fence built In dark o moon wont settle down i I Or why the fruit was kilt N 1 f It lots of fun to hear em fuss it tAn git up in the floor SV An preach jist like the preacherdoes F ISometimes theres three or four > v h J To onct atalkin this a way I An tellin how it is 1An that the rest haiiit got no sense Or jist enough to fizz Grrandpaws the worst of all t...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 28 March 1908

I j i PUft v Frankfort Weekly News Entered at the postotlice at Frankfort Ken tucks as seeondolaso mullable matter FRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY INCORPORATED UUBERT VREELAND Pres and Mgr M D COYLE Secretary and Treasurer TERMS SIOO IN ADVANCE PARTY VS INDIVIDUALISM Frankfort stands a good chance to secure the Democratic State Conven f tion and if the fight Is made nloii I sane 4fe it wll be a good thing for V the city Frankfort has ample fa cilities for entertaining the delegates and the Capital of the State is an ap propriate caPltalthe the conven tion But no oire should work with the idea of getting even with Louis I yule A movement based on pique a will bring no good to anyone and will result in a bitter fight that will do the party harm It is time that all Democrats were looking to the good of the party and Individual interests should be put aside w It is to be regretted that differ ences have occurred within the ranks but if the Democratic party hopes i to carry the election this ...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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