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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 6 June 1908

r tYi SATURDAY JUNE 6 1908 V t JIIUE WHITE FAIR 11 I L f 1t > Ig a great opportunity to buy all kinds of White Things at moneysaving prices I Come arid see J rt IiV I I 7 j II IiR J L ii10c India Linen 8c 25 00 White Wool Suits t 115c India Linen 10c 1500 Linen Suits 1000 I 20c 40lti Persian Lawn 15c 850 Madras 600 I 50ln White Wool Batiste 50c 200 Lingerie Waists 150 i I lir I t I I Ij FARMERS rr y t ra rf1 t ti Society 1u 1IMRS CARROLLS GUESTSM l i Mrs L M Sanford Mr and Mrs andlrr I John Parker of New York Miss Mar I j le Sanford of New Castle and Mrs l l James Sanford of North Carolina are rived this week for a visit with Judge Ii and Mrs John D Carrol on the South t r Sidet I WELL WHITEHEAD < ANNOUNCEMENT Frankfort friends are In receipt of r the following handsomely engraved an nouncement cards Mr and Mrs C noHowell Howell request the honor of your pres + ence at the marriage of their daugh hy v ter Grace to Mr Samuel Murray 1 r 4 Whitehead Thursday evening June t1S 1908...

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. — 6 June 1908

t 1 PAGE SIX DROI I Burley Tobacco Crop t Will Not Be 5000000 Ibs TOTAL ACREAGE ESTIMATED AT 5000 LAST YEAR 135000 ACRES WERE PLANTED From reports received from nearly all the count1which compose what is known asP Bur tobacco Ws 4r trlct the Commissioner of Agriculture 4A M C Rankin estimates that the crop of tobacco which will be raised this year all over Kentucky will be not more than 5000000 pounds and that the greater part of this will be grown In counties wrlch are outside the Bur ley district proper The estimates are + that about 1 per cent of the usual crop in the Burley district will be planted this year but in some other counties of Kentucky Burley tobacco is grown in small quantities and this will run up the total The total acre age will be according to the commis t sioners information about 5000 acres although it is believed that this will be too high The total acreage last 135000 Aa > i year was about acres the total will average in a good year about 1000 pounds to th...

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. — 6 June 1908

Ii Ijil 4 SATURDAY JUNE 81903 4 t wiCIRCIHIOT Described In Old Copy Of The Law Reporter One Of The Liveliest Days witN i ar Called Out And Order Finally es ore t CITYIAUTHOR1TIES OVERPOWERED i la looking over one of the old la N t reporters which is being reset in this officerthe other day the following account of the riot In Frankfort ovef it having the circus in 1881 was found Ing been written as a sort of supple ment to the Reporter The unlawful proceedings in the cify of Frankfort on the 16th of Se Pof tember by which the police force of the city was overpowered and unla r fully prevented from enforcing the the ordinances of the city and the gross misunderstanding of the facts by tire t public make It necessary that those facts should be correctly stated a s Li upon them some very important legal raisedt 1st Before Adam ForepaugbVs cir cus train arrived in the city the agent i I 1of the railroad company was notified Extti tti to be unloaded in the streets of the i city t to 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. — 6 June 1908

it 1 f JI j r > S ItAGE EIGHT I I Porch Cushions and Rugs II PRCHI JAPANESE PORCH CUSHIONS ROUND LIKE SHOWN IN CUT MADE OF STRAW WOVEN OVER SPIRAL I CENTER COILS PRICE 14 INCHES EACH 5CTS PRICE 16 PRICEI EACH 10 CTS I v s 1111 I KINOKI PORCH CUSH XQ f i 1 8 INCHES SQUARE IfcE I BRAIDED STRA IllS W AND DURA t BLE JUST THE THING FOR SUMMER PORCHES PRICE 0 EACH 35 AND 50 CTS jf Crex Porch Rugs 18x36 Inches each 50 cents Crex Porch Rugs < 24x48 Inches each 65 cents Crex Porch Rugs 27x54 Inches each 75 cents Crex Porch Rugs 36x72 Inches each 125 Crex Porch Rugs 4x7 feet each 250 w ICrcx Porch Rugs 6x9 feet each 500 Crex Porch Rugs 8x10 feet each 650 < Y Crex Porch Rugs 9x12 feet each 875 J IIDryfioods Want Chair Of Good Roads At College I I TRUSTEES OF STATE UNIVERSITY Y CONSIDERING PROPOSAL TO TEACH WORK s The trustees of Kentucky State Uni versity have under consideration a pro position to establish a chair of road tengineering by which road building afi t the university CN il...

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. — 13 June 1908

j FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS k AND ROUNDA OUT I < J I < VOL XXXI FRANKFORT KENTUCKY JUNE 13 1908 No 40 dyr M1nE 1 toUNKEEDI iti3i Demo Demoil x estate Convention Brings Everybody In Line I I < I j Past Forgotten and Success Now Assured STORY OF HOW IT WAS ALL DONE i I Democrats of Kentucky are united I once more and all factions who have fought each other so hard are now standing together fighting for the suc cess of the Democratic ticket It was not a sweet dose for some of them it t 4and some of them do not like It but they are not going to bolt and will be I 11found supporting Bryan this fall > Gov J C W Beckham failed to carry 1 out the programme which he had out lined and did not control the conven tion as his friends claimed that he i would He could not prevent the election of Cal W B Haldeman as delegate from the State at large to the Rational Convention and for this reason harmony prevailed It was a great convention from a standpoint of Democratic success l All the lea...

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. — 13 June 1908

l r f v r IWO NEAR THE END Tobacco Troubles Show Decided OWImprovement cided Improvement ceNumber Number of Soldiers In The Field Greatly Reduced FieldAdjutantr1 Adi Adjutantr1 Thinks Tire Worst Is Over JEW RAIDS IN LAST FEW WEEKS Tobacco troubles In Kentucky are almost at an end and the situation Is greatly Improved according to reports which have been received by the ad jutant generals department The troops which have been on duty for several weeks tire being relieved and only those soldiers absolutely needed to protect life are now being kept on duty The force In the field will be greatly reduced this week and may be further reduced as the situation Improves This does not mean that the soldiers are going to be called In s S however They are going to be kept on duty wherever they are needed but Adjt Gen Johnson said today that the need of soldiers now is to protect the lives of the men who have had the courage to tell of the outrages which had been perpetrated upon them Organizati...

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. — 13 June 1908

Y 1908V JGADDY LAUGHS LAUGHSAT lagAT When Chief Executive Fails I To Hit The Boll ut Changes His Mind At The I of I n GOVERNOR WILLSON PLAYS IN RAIN 1 Caddies those small urchins who ani d hunt for balls are no respectors of SenatorL s i or kings for that matter IOOK no dif i ferent to them from any ordinary f mortal Onp of the caddies at the Country Club was much tickled the other day when Gov Wlllson foozled a brassy shot and snorted with glee because he was caddying for the Gov ernors competitor Whether or not c he knew It was the Governor Is a question but It is probable that he would have sniggered just the same He is small of stature wide of mouth and liberally freckled and he knows gof Not that he plays himself He is too busy for that but he has seen others play and he is an expert o ° t how the game ought to be played tjThe Governor was playing on the links for the first time and the ground wqui not in good condition for a brassy sh ofno so the Governor foozled Willie laughe...

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. — 13 June 1908

V PAGE FOUM 1 Frankfort Weekly News Entered nt the postotHce at Frankfort Ken tuck ns sccondclnss maihible matter FRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY INCORPORATED A R DUNLAP Editor n HUBERT VREELAND Pres and Mir M D COYLE Secretary aid Treasurer TERMS 100 IN ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENTS t YWe are authorized to announce J r CAMPBELL CANTRILL of Scot Ar county as a candidate for Congress subject to the Democratic convention September 3 We are authorized to announce W P S KIMBALL of Fayette county as a candidate for reelection to Congress p from the 7th Congressional District subject to the action of the Demo a cratic Convention September 3 No doubt about the success of the Democratic ticket in Kentucky thla fall exists now for all the factions z ° of the party which has been so badly split for the last tea years are once r more united and united for some time to come The convention at Lexing ton was a sensible convention It re fused to allow personal and factional t differences to be aired and frowne...

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. — 13 June 1908

y y Al yAx i f A i1A1URDAY UNE 13 1908 tru THE WHITE FAIR u a k 1 Is n great opportunity to buy all kinds of White Things at moneysaving prices t r Come and see 4 r i10c h 10c India Linen 8c 10cY i 20c 40ln Persian Lawn 15c I 50ln White Wool Batiste 50c 2500 White Wool Suits 2000 1500 Linen Suits 1000 850 Madras 600 200 Lingerie Waists 150 lll FARMERS I FARMERSOCi I M Society j Calendar I JUNE 13 1 Misses Alice Farmer and Clint Cun II ningham will pour tea at the Country 1Club Saturday afternoon 1S L IC IJUNE 15 15r1 r1 IMrs Hiram Berry will entertain I i with a dance at the Country Club In I honor of her niece Miss ClinC Cun I ningham and her guest Miss Gladys GladysI n Ii I JUNE 13 j A The Cleveland Orphan Institution jA of Versailles will have an exhibition of work from two to six oclock Satur 1 + day afternoon The public are invited JUNE 17 I The students of the Cleveland Or phan Institution at Versailles will i render the operetta Boy Blue Wed I nesday evening at 8 oclock I JUN...

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. — 13 June 1908

1 6 PAGE SIX j 11r r L VaII I r All We Want Is a Chance to Show J I I 9 f Our Policyholders r PolicyholdersAre I f Are OurI k Only Stockholders I i A 1PT 1 J Flowers Distributed DistributedTo To Every Convict 1 INMATES OF PENITENTIARY RE MEMBERED AND CHEERED IN THEIR CELLS The convicts In the penitentiary i here had plenty of bouquets Tuesday but they did not get the half holiday which is usually given them on ac count of the annual distribution of flowers The Louisville Flower Mis Blon sent up a large quantity of roses and other flowers and several Frank fort women who are interested in the flower mission work arranged with 4a the prison authorities to have the flowers distributed to the convicts Each convict received a bouquet when he ate his supper and the men were allowed to take the flowers with them i to their cells It has been usual to have religious services and give the men a half hol iday on the day whta the Flower Mis r a sion distributes flowers but the prison authoritie...

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. — 13 June 1908

< SATURDAY JUNE 13 1908 I Diamond DiamondTHE By THE FAN JVBlue Blue Grass League Standing Clubs Won Lost PC T chmond 12 6 66 7 Frankfort 13 7 650 Lawrenceburg 7 7 500 Versailles u 8 10 444 Lexington 7 11 370 Shelbyville 4 9 307 S By a score of 8 to 5 the Thorough + rr bred baseball team of Lexington went 1down 4 down In defeat at the hands of the y ha a ers of Frankfort at the Belt ltal Thursday afternoon The runs were scored by the visit ng team in the ninth the LaYrmak srs drawing three hts off Scheneberg Ibesides a walk and errors for Schen eberg and Kimbrough At the end of the eighth the score was tied each 1 team having made five runs Both teams worked hard throughout he game the result remaining In oubt until the last inning The crowd vas enthusiastic and was upon the iptoe of expectancy Leo Angemeler went to the bat at the beginning of the ninth and filed to Inges On an ans attempt to steal third Wright was thrown out at third by CatchSummer 1 On fumbles by Scheneberg and ...

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. — 13 June 1908

t t f sr j 1 vPASS EIGHT EIGHTPorch I I Porch Cushions aid Rugs I JAPANESE PORCH CUSHIONS ROUND LIKE SHOWN IN CUT MADE OF STRAW WOVEN OVER SPIRAL CENTER COILS PRICE 14 INCHES EACH 5CTS PRICE 16 INCHES EACH 10 CTS PRfIVKI PORCH CUSH IONS 18 INCHES SQUARE MADE OF BRAID ED STRAW PRETTY AND DURA BLE JUST THE THING FOR SUMMER PORCHES PRICE 1 EACH 35 ARID 50 CTS Crex Porch Rugs 18x36 Inhes each 50 cents v Crex Porch Rugs 24x48 Inhes each 65 cents J Crex Porch Rugs 27x54 lnhes each 75 cents Crex Porch Rugs 36x72 Inhes each 125 v Crex Porch Rugs 4x7 feet each 250 Crex Porch Rugs 6x9 feet each 500 Crex Porch Rugs 8x10 feet each 650 Crex Porch Rugs 9x12 feet each 875 DryGoods Carpets I I HARMONY SPEECHES Drf LEADERS OF THE PARTY Meat of Talks Which Were Features of State Convention In Session at Lexington a Four notable speeches were made at the State Convention on Thursday They were made by Congressman OI lie M James the dominant figure in the convention A 0 Stanley who > was temporary ch...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 13 June 1908

1 J l I f EXTRA EXTRA J FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS OUTl l f VOL XXXI FRANKFORT KENTUCKY JUNE 13 1908 No 40 I I 11J rSra f j 1 I I t i N 1 r l i r f e < I I J t I rf4 i1 i < i 1r < 1 d GOVERNOR PARDONS POWERS AND HOWARD > tl fl DECISION ANNOUNCED TO NEWSPAPER CORRESPONDENTS AT GOVERNORS OFFICE AT 830 OCLOCK tIJ t HOWARD RELEASED fHRISOELL TIARYtIJ rW f 1 c it ir In Ills > shirt < < i sleeves and wearing a I M F grey pair qf trousers James Howard 5 + walked ftiroiigh the streets of Frank ± r A lfort today u free man for the fir 4t Lt tir + thisrr J Jmorning and when it was given out 1 that the pardon had been granted DrI Bruner and Howard walked from the I prison on the way down town to get a suit of clothes As they passed r the Governors > Mansion they saw Gov Willson and Mrs Willson and M I several women sitting on the porch Howard went over and shook hands with them all thanking the Governor for his freedom He and Dr Bruner then went to McClures where How vJ r ar...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 13 June 1908

2 PAGE Foun I y I y yp Frankfort Weekly News Entered at the postomce at Frankfort Ken 1 Lucky us secund class mnilablq matter s FRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY a INCORPORATED A A R DUNLAP Editor HUBERT VREELAND Pres and Mgr M D COYLE Secretary aid Treasurer TERMS fJO ADVANCE 4TERMS ANNOUNCEMENTS w J 1 A We are authorized to announce J CAMPBELL CANTRILL of Scot JJV < county as a candidate for Congress I 4 subject to the Democratic convention c September 3 Yfk Yf f i We are authorized to announce W P KIMBALL of Fayette county as a f candidate for reelection to Congress Congrest from the 7th Congressional District t t I subject to the action of the Demo cratic Convention September 3 No doubt about the success of the Democratic ticket In Kentucky thll fall exists now for all the factions of the party which has been so badly split for the last tea years are once more united and united for some time tto come The convention at Lexlng ton was a sensible convention It re fused to allow persona...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 13 June 1908

tr DAY JUNE 13 1908 i III THE MITE FAIR III i 1 Is l great opportunity to buy all kinds of White Things at moneysaving prices Ix Come and see I 10c India LlnenrSc 15c India Linen 10c 20c 40In Persian Lawn 15c c bin White Wool Batiste 50c 25ob White Wool Suits 2000 1500 Linen Suits 1000 850 Madras 600 200 Lingerie Waists 150 l FARMERS Society Calendar JUNE 13 Misses Alice Farmer and Clint Cun ningham will pour tea at the Country Club Saturday afternoon JUNE 15 Mrs Hiram Berry will entertain f with a dance at the Country Club In k honor of her niece Miss Clint Cun Gladysi Bullock of Canada Monday evening JUNE 13 The Cleveland Orphan Institution of Versailles will have an exhibition t of work from two to six oclock Satur day afternoon The public are invited JUNE 17 t The students of the Cleveland Or 1 < phan Institution at Versailles will f render the operetta Boy Blue Wed nesday evening at 8 oclock rl 1 JUNE 17 Mrs Ralph R Wilson and Mrs T a F Tallferro will entertain the Loft Ing ...

Publication Title: Frankfort Weekly News And Roundabout
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 13 June 1908

t 4 PAil EIGHT J tHE HISTORY OF f a fAMOUS CASES t Caleb Powers who Is the leading fi 3 I ure In the Goebel murder case has be en come one of the most noted prison J k rsln the United States on account of the numerous trials he had been I through Powers has been In Jail for eight vears HP has been aonvlct ed three 1s forbe murder o Goe t eh 1 1 bel once being sentenced to death The whole country Is watching Ken J C tacky and the Powers case Jl dn re < View of It Is interesting Many dozens ttof articles have been written about FPthe case In all parts pf the country ovef r 1 7 time and agan until the people have become tired of hearing about It u The following is a review of the > i Powers case and the troubles leading I up to the murder of Goebel tIn January 1900 came the tragedy The Republicans had had all the 1895tiferetoreW W at electorya d L on the face of the returns in Novem Ii ber 1899 were sworn In and were given posseslon by their Republican i predecessors The Democrat...

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. — 20 June 1908

L1 t i 1 0 i l FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS j f AND ROUNDABOUT i i j 1 i XXXI FRANKFORT KENTUCKY JUNE 20 1908 No 41 CHEER TEDDY rx Wiiile Delegates Nominate I Taft For President and Hisses Greet The Machines Work 1 Republican Put Through The t Slate At Chicago Q I ito ACK OF ENTHUSIASM MARKEDI rtJ > iiI fj With 15000 spectators groaning BrJ ailssing and 702 delegates cheering > > hemselvea hoarse the Republican National Convention nominated Wm Hf Taft for President of the United States StatesThe The conventiOn met at 10 oclck and Taft was nominated seven hours later From first to last it was a Roose velt demonstration When Ohio was called for itfc nomination the Taft men gave the signal and the delegates parared through the hall Two im mense portraits o Secretary Taft were produced by Ohio delegates Several State delegations stood on chairs and yelled A little girl was hoisted on n delegates shoulder and waved a Taft flag The delegates yelled but th e Y spectators sat silent Burto...

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. — 20 June 1908

PAGE TWOAATIIIanAV niafr nnenm c = V WOUND FATAL 1 Former Frankfort Man Killed At Louisville Luther Norwood Shot By aI Patrolman Father On Police Force Here l 4 I orlears TROUBLE OVER Aft REST TF GIRL When the train from Louisville stopped at the station here Tuesday stopped at the station her Tuesday morning a broad pine box was taken from the baggage car and a hearse was waiting to convey the box with the still form inside to the cemetery Luther Norwood had come back home But his homecomhig was dif ferent from what ho had expected Instead of joy hs homecoming brought only sadness for the form inside that box was what had been a Jiving man young and active but now the body was still and only the mortal flesh remained Luther Norwood was shot and 11 killed in Louisville Saturday night during a fight with Patrolman Con Wickham Joseph Norwood his father was bruised and battered b Y the club which the patroleman used Bath men formerly lived in Frank fort where Joseph Norwood was a membe...

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. — 20 June 1908

TT71i f wfoff T PP YiJ 1 lA7UISDAV JUNE 20 1908 PAGE THREE AWhOFA PICNICMW OF A L Saturday July 4th at Glenwood Park Frankfort Ky For Different Contests 117 Prizes Will Be Awarded The Winners SB BALL AND THE GREAT FORESTER DRILL P IN THE AFTERNOON FIRE STORKS AT NIGHT Diamond Vu t By THE FAN egrass League StandingW W L For rankfort M5 7 681 n Uchmohd 14 7 667 Lawrenceburg 8 9 470 t Shelbyville 6 9 400 b Versailles 813 381 a Lexington 7 12 308 The Lawmakers defeated the Dis Hers here Wednesday afternoon tel ten Innings of the poorest exhibl I National game wit 1 Ion of the game ever eased at the local park The Frank c fort boys started off playing big lea gue ball having sent Reed to the tall and uncut In the second ending Cornell who was on the firing line for the Lawmakers was In the pink i of condition and not a Distiller had 1 reached first up to the time he In I t jured his finger at the bat and It was 1 the universal opinion that had he been 1 able to finish the game the score ...

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. — 20 June 1908

1 0rfr1if YcIftlr > rr 1r r 11 r ft 0 I I r PAGE FOUlI SATURDAY JUNE 20 19M 1 u fFrankfort Weekly News ma uuIn Entered at the postollice at Frankfort Ken 11 tucky aasecoudclaas muilublc matter 11 FRANKFORT PRINTING CmPANVn INCORPORATEDf4 I A R DUNLAP Editor p HUBERT VREELAND Pres and M S rof M D COYLE Secretary lid Treasurer 1 U TERMS 100 IN ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENTS w We are authorized to announce J OAMPBELiL OANTRnjL of Sco Ittcd county as a cqpdldatefor Congress subject to the Democratic convention September 3 We are authorized to announce W P KIMBALL of Fayette county as a clis candidate for reelection to Congress from the 7th Congressional District subject to the action of the Demo cratic Convention September 3 = This office showed last Saturday how well equipped it is for rush work and there 1s not another newspaper office in this State outside of Louis vie where the task of getting out I an extra could have been handled any more rapidly The decision in the Powers and Howard ca...

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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