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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 11 July 1908

ir 1 t FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS > i AN ROUNDABOUT 1 J TOL 1 XXXI FRANKFORT KENTUCKY JULY 11 1908 No 44 J FIRST BALLOT I Results In Nomination Of tf i 1 J Bryan i I Demonstration By OemI I Y ocrats At Denver I Ollie James Seconds Nomi nation Of Nebraskan a > BIG KENTUGKIAN MAKES BIG HIT f IC l of Nebraska < g William Jennings Bryan braska was named for the third time sthe nominee of the Democratic party for President of the I United States J LThe nomination ended an all nigh ft session of the Democratic National 1 Convention which was the most en > thusiastic ever held heldM Gov John A v Johnson of Minnesota and Judge 1 j George Gray of Delaware were V placed in nomination New York gave 78 votes for Bryan I > Murphy cast the vote Great cheering greeted the an nbuncelnont of New Yorks vote When the roll of the delegation was called by request Parker and Shee I han did not respond I The vote was Bryan 89212 Gray 69 12 Johnson 46 The speech placing William J awakened a nomin...

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. — 11 July 1908

r r r l PAGE TWO i < BRYAN FARM Abiding Place Of Busy Man Who Enjoys Rest 1 sy City Residence In Midst 01 3 160 Acres of land t HomeJPexlPresideai De scribed In Detail e 1 WIFE KELPS HIM WITH HER ADVICE When one speaks of the Bryan farm it requires an explanation writes a staff correspondent William Jennings Bryan has built a thorough ly up to date city residence In the midst of 160 acres of land It is sur Iv rounded by fields of alfalfa potatoes potatoesr t house there Is a wide stretch of blue f I grass large enough to make two or three good sized city homes look lost I in It There Is a windmill a barn k arbors and outhouses of all kinds with every conceivable piece of modern r farm machinery extant housed about h the place There are also gardens of t citified plants running vines and shrubbery and song birds in great isI I not run to make money and there fore It is not a farm In tjie common acceptation of that term even though r It qualified under the above general description...

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. — 11 July 1908

SATURDAY JULY 11 1908 MAWS VOTE i pitted By Rest Of Ken I tucky Delegation Si r 11f Delegation Cannot Under stand His Action louta I ood iran And Against Guffey HE JAMES A PROMINENT FIGURE J J C Mayo of Kentucky the rep Iresentatlve of this State on the Com mittee on Credentials at the National Convention voted to seat the Guffey lelegates from Pennsylvania and hereby started a scrap In the Ken tick delegation being repudiated yI which was he vote of Kentucky bast for the report against the seat feg of Guffey Mr Mayo surprised erybody by the way he voted Re Jirding his action John D Wakefleld in the Louisville Times of Thursday said Kentuckys delegates stood with i Bryan on the floor of the National Convention last night and repudiated ofthe six who signed the II the States big minority report of the Committee on Credentials to seat Guffeys delegates from Pennsylvania and In addition 1Jk f Col Haldeman Jumped on Richmond Pearson Hobson with both feet for making a war talk and got ro...

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. — 11 July 1908

r I + PAGE FOUR LivFrankfort Weekly News p Entered at the postottice at Frankfort Ken IfI tucky secondclass mailablo matter f N 1 FRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY I t y INCORPORATED > > A R DUNLAP Editor EditorIf I M D COYLE Secretary aid Treasurer f Pt II > TERMS 100 = IN ADVANCE rte ar ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce J CAMPBELL OANTOILL of Scott county as a candidate for Congress subject to the Democratic convention September 3 S We are authorized to announce W P + KIMBALL of Fayette county as a candidate for reelection to Congress from the 7th Congressional District subject to the action of the Demo cratic Convention September 3 FOR COUNTY JUDGE r The News is authorized to announce H C Hleath as a candidate for county y judge of Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party 72tf Frankfort merchants protest thai business goes elsewhere and that the I home people do not deal with them f A man was telling the other day of an I experience he had that ma...

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. — 11 July 1908

SATURDAY JULY 10 1908 1908lEarn Diamond Durt Bv THE FAN i V h Bluegrass League Standing Pertw 4 k Frankfort 22 8 733 Richmond r r 20 12 625 Lexington to 13 15 464 Shelbyville 12 16 464 Lawrenceburg 10 15 400 Versailles 10 21 323 0 In one of the poorest exhibitions i the National game ever witnessed L re the Lawmakers defeated the helbyville boys Wednesday at Glen wood Park by a score of 12 to 8 Both steams played rotten ball from begin ning to end and every man that came 1k to bat landed on the ball for a good r long drive Little Dick Crutcher was In the box for the home bunch and was as wild as a March hare al andt Saunders did the pitching for the vis fyorB and we got fifteen hits off of the biro 4 1 0 l r The Lawmakers took the Shelbyville t tJub into camp Tuesday afternoon to i ie tune of 3 to 2 at the latter place exJornell was on the firing line for l rankfort and pitched the best game r iof the season only allowing five hits wand he had the Millers guessing at all t stages of...

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. — 11 July 1908

v 4 PAGE SIX GOEBEL MONUMENT I Will Be Erected In Cemetery r At Frankfort Soon CONTRACTORS COMPLETE W 0 AND WILL SHIP STONES IN THIRTY DAYS a 7 The 15000 monumentto bo erected I In the Frankfort cemetery over the grave of the late William Goebel has at last been complete Thfirmof William Adams Son contractors of Lexington have had word from Barry Vermont that the monument s Just completed of Barry granite at the i quarry there Is now ready for ship ment It will require oeveral freight cars to transport the ponderous stones x comprising the base to Kentucky The statue which is to surmount it and S Goell about ten feet high was finished some time ago in New York by Neihaus the sculptor and has been awaiting r t the completion of the granite monu ment before shipment from New York Both the monument and statue will 5 5 reach Frankfort within the next thirtj days Upon their arrival here they will be placed in position In the cern etery and the Goebel Monument Com 5 mission called togethe...

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. — 11 July 1908

SATURDAY JULY 11 1908 a EVERY DAY LESSONS IN ECONOMY At the School of Savings THIS SALE PAYS YOU A DIYIDEHD A 2500 Suit for1500 You save 1000 A 500 Skirt forOl 301 You save 200 A 150 Waist for100 n You save 50c 25c Lawns for15c You save lOc COME AND SEE IiCOME EII ka FARMERS iji1 I 4I Society Calendar CalendarJuly July 1111rs Hiram Berry will en tertain with a german at the Country Club In honor of Miss Cornelia Gor don Saturday evening s July 111Irs A W Smith will pour tea at the Country Club Saturday aft Ther honor guests will be Miss Willlama Smith and Mr George Smith July 14 Misses Genevieve and Edith Posey and Aileen Crosthwaite will en tertain with a german at the Country Club Tuesday evening 0 OUTING AT CAMP ALGONAC Misses Clara and Edna Kershaw and Messrs J J Downing D J Me Namara J A Kaltenbrun and Guy N Emmett leave Monday morning for J Lexington where they go to Join the Lexington Evening Gazette party which leaves that afternoon for Michi gan where they will enjoy an eig...

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. — 11 July 1908

PAGE EIGHT r k CHEEK BRYAN I longer Than Any Other Man I Was Ever Cheered X i L All Recorils Broken At Dei ocralWommntion ten Kentucky Takes i Leaiing NI 1 Part In Demonstration t BLIND SENATOR STARTS IT ALL A demonstration unparalleled in took the history of political parties place In the Democratic National Con vention Wednesday says a Denver special CourierJournal For one t vial to the f hour and a half pandemonium reigned A thousand Democratic delegates and 16000 spectators threw restraint to 4 the wind tossed up in the air their I coats and hats and rushed over each other in an effort to plant a state t Tstandard r on the highest vantage point It was a sincere spontaneous demo tration one that bore no semblance I to a machine The plan was to adI journ the convention immediate rrI tion was put by the chairman and a storm of noes responded to it The Votes came from the galleries 1Iany had been given tickets for this sese plop only and they wanted to see the fun It was suggested t...

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. — 11 July 1908

IpSATURDAY g SATURDAY JUt Y 11 1901 1 r PAGE NINA l SIMO J i III 9 G ATES QF ALL B Ai i w GREAfASH SALES j < II I BEGAN FRIDAY MORNING JULY 10TH I i 1 We Want lour Money and Will Give You More for it than You Ever Had Before l I C1 IIII I II 12 Price on all two = piece Mixed Suits 13 Off on all Black and Blue Serge Suits I < I Choice of all three = piece Mixed 1 2 00 Suits values up to 3500 = 1 0Mixed Mixed Suits = = = = l 1 OneHalf Price on All Childrens Suits OneThird off on l lJi IPants Mens and Childrens 01 1 M 5 FURNISHING DEPARTMENT i2 Price on all Straw and Panama Hats 1 = 2 Price on all Fancy soc Hosiery 12 Price on all Fancy Neckwear 1 = 2 Price on all Fancy 100 Night Shirts 5 n All soc Fancy Shirts 35c 3 for 100 ill rSHOE DEPARTMENT I tI y 385 for all 500 Mens Oxfords made by Strong Garfield and Florsheim ii None better at any price All Mens and Ladies 400 Oxfords 285 All 4IMens and Ladies 350 Oxfords 265 All Mens and Ladies 300 Oxfords r225 All Mens and Ladies 250 O...

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. — 11 July 1908

PAGE TEN e 1 > c < Ii SATURDAY JULY 11 19Qt I JJ il ti 1J L 7 riir SALE A e J j f I II BEGAN FRIDAY JULY 10th IILt1 c IGrExRzzw c READY re MOVE II t1 i II to l 1 Y This sale is going to be a corker We dont want to move five cents worth of Summer Goods to the new store To make sure of this we are going to put prices on them that will move them out in a o hurry Come and get your share It will be years before Frankfort sees again such a money saving sale 1 SUITS AT 1250 e WORTH 18 20 25 AND 27 This is the greatest suit offer we have made There are about 150 suits in the lot The majority of them are worth 825 and 27 Choice of any fancy suit in our store worth up to 827 at 1250 Mens and young mens all sizes all the new shades Every Suit new this season Come quick for best choice 14 OFF ON ALL BLACK AND BLUE SUITS Finest Blue Serges Black Unfinished Worsteds Thibets Cheviots some half lined some full lined at straight out reduction of 2 5 per cent This means 30 BLACK SUITS AT 2250 2...

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. — 18 July 1908

FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS if i 1 AND ROUNDABOUT J j VOL XXXI FRANKFORT KENTUCKY JULY 18 1908 No 45 1 HUGE TANKS JcterIn icteo In Frankfort The Storage of Oil If4 I IT Itt The Indian Refining Gompany Opens Branch Plant j t Will Make This Relay Ship f ping Point I MAY MEAN MORE IN THE FUTURE I l > 1Mork Is now in progress in the F JVvC railroad yards on several huge I tanks which will be Used for the stor > age of oil and gasoline by the Indian c Oil Refining Company which Is to establish a branch in Frankfort The tanks will have a capacity of 60000 jj gallons of gasoline and 30000 gallons kaf oil and this will be one of the main I matsnits v distributing points for the refining I I company which is doing a very large I I V business No actual refining of oil will be done here but Frankfort will i h be used as a distributing point for < the L N and C O railroads so j I F v that considerable saving can be efJ i j I > ffected In the shipment of oil and gas 1 I I ivoline along the...

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. — 18 July 1908

PAGE TWO DRY ANS VIEWS BRYANVIEVSPresidency fln How Presidency Should Be Filled Power For Good and Harm DTfirestffiiated restatedwee Democratic Nominee Tells His Conception Of Job THE RESPONSIBILITIES VERY GREAT William J Bryan the Democratic nominee for President has written an article entitled My Conception of the Presidency for the July 18 issue of Colliers Weekly Mr Bryan says The Presidents power for good or harm is often overestimated Our Government is a government of checks and balances power is dis trlbuted among different departments and each official works in coopera tion with the others In the making of laws for Instance the President joins with the Senate and the House he may recommend but he is power less to legislate except as a majority of the Senate and the House concur with him The Senate and the House are also independent of each other I each having a veto over the other and the President has a veto over both except that the Senate find the House can by a twothirds...

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. — 18 July 1908

if SATURDAY JULY 18 1908 1 NEW OFFICERS OFWRSDestinies ill Guide Destinies of Bus iness Mens Club in H Cflssell Elected New President Sheltofl Saufley Chosen As IT 9 Secretary SecretaryHARPER ME B HARPER REFUSES OFFICE President John H Cassell t Vice PresidentA B Hammond 1 S SecretaryShelton M Saufley TreasurerGeorge L Payne These are the new officers of the Frankfort Business Mens Club elect night and ed at the meeting Thursday they will have charge of the destinies of Frankfort for one year with every prospect of building up the city and seeing to it that the city gets every thing that comes this way President George B Harper declined to take the presidency for another year although he was urged to do so and would have been elected without opposition Mr Harper said that the position required more time than he felt that he could give to It and for that reason and the fact that he felt that other members of the club should have the honor con ferred on them he would decline to nomina...

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. — 18 July 1908

4 PAGE FOUR ff Frankfort Weekly News h Entered at the postoilice at Frankfort Ken tucks us secondclass imiiltiblu matter hhO FRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY INCOUPORATKI A R DUNLAPEdltor HUBERT VREELAND Pres and Mgr M D COYLE Sec and Treas TE MS 10iIN ADVICE DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Of Nebraska For Vice President JOHN W KERN Of Indiana ANNOUNCEMENTS I We are authorized to announce J CAMPBELL CANTRILL of Scot county as a candidate for Congress subject to the Democratic convention 1 September 3 We are authorized to announce W P KIMBALL of Fayette county as a candidate for reelection to Congress from the 7th Congressional District subject to the action of the Democratic cratic Convention September 3 FOR COUNTY JUDGE The News is authorized to announce RC Hieatl as a candidate for county judge of Franklin county subject IThe action of the Democratic party 72tf Ollie James of Kentucky It is no longer Ollie James of the First district Ollie James has broadened the ...

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. — 18 July 1908

ItSATURDAY SATURDAY JULY 18 1908 I EVERY DAY LESSONS IN ECON MY1 V4 COME AND SEEI I L FARMERS s F LSociety kCJULY endar JULY 18 Golf tournament at the Country Club Saturday afternoon 4JULY 18 Mrs Geo Baker and Mrs W F Dandridge will be the hostesses at the Country Club Saturday afternoon JULY 22A The ladles of the Christian Church at Choatvllle will entertain with an I fce cream supper for the benefit of the church Wednesday evening The public are Invited COLISEUM RINK OPEN 1COLISEUM THIS EVENING The Coliseum Rink on Second St will be open this evening for skating weeki 1w have been very pleasant quite a crowd will be present to enjoy the evening MORRISONBUCHANAN MORRISONBUCHANANENGAGEMENT ENGAGEMENT ENGAGEMENTMr Mr and Mrs J W Morrison of Lex 1ington announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Gladys Morrison to Mr J C Buchanan The marriage will be solemnized during the early jitfall at the residence of the parents of the bride elect on north Broadway i in Lexington 9 LexingtonM...

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. — 18 July 1908

PAGE SIX SIXAFTER AFTER ERNST Newport and Covington Re publicans At War ANNOUNCE THEY WILL GET THE SCALP OF FORMER NATION AL COMMITTEEMAN The defeat of Richard P Ernst for National Committeeman from K era tucky at the Wlonal fl publican Con Volition was seemingly the beginning of his troubles or the beginning of the end of him as a point facjpr in State politics The war against him I Was again renewed in the meeting of i the Republican State Central Com mittee in Louisville this week This time the move was made by H W Reusch of Campbell county and J T Earle of Kenton countly who peti tioned the State Central Committee to set aside the county committees se lected by the rival factions In the two counties on April 25 and order a new election of committeemen in the two Counties Mr Ernst was greatly angered when the petition with the resolution was presented to the committee He de clared that It was the work of his enemies and that whoever gave utter ance to the assertions In the res el...

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. — 18 July 1908

I SATURDAY JULY 18 1908 1908Diamond Diamond DiamondDUIt DUIt Dwrily By THE FAN V Bluegrass League Standing W L Per rt 24 11 685 ul 2114631 470n llle 15 17 469 wrenceburg 13 16 448 inchester J X1025 285 0 Schedule for Next Week SundayLawrenceburg at Frankfort TuesdayFrankfort at Shelbyvllle Wednesday Frankfort at Lawrence iSptV 4 1 4burg iWThursdayLexington at Frankfort 2 iSaturdayFIankfort at Lexington Ii Sunday Richmond at Frankfort h MondayRichmond at Frankfort i J IFrankfort 0 q Frankfort lost the game to Lexing Ii 1 ton Thursday by a score of 4 to 1 t Cornell was in the box for the Law makers and pitched great ball but was not given the support he deserved by i his team mates McCormick was on the slab for the Ponies and proved to I be the right man in the right place A big bunch of rooters went up to see the game from here and were some what surprised at the outcome IIn by far the best o game played in I the Bluegrass League this season the tt Lawmakers defeated the Richmond Pio...

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. — 18 July 1908

le i t 1 AGE EIGHT I 1 L Dry floods GoodsCarpets i Carpets j I Annual July Clearance Sale I a LiiTh iiaran qr Sale wlii will cling the coming I Wweekis the selling event of the season The people of Franklin is k County appreciate the ruthless price cutting and remembering the bargains of former Clearance Sales are eager to reap the benefits r offered here This weeks list of bargains presents moneysaving qt opportunities on timely goods of the highest grades Do not fall to take advantage of the offerings Prices will not be quoted but come and see for yourself S + Dry600ds W ANI JAMES 4 To Be Chairman Of Demo > cratic Committee I Bryan Said To Favor Ken it IY tuckian For Place Big Congressman May Ac a aF cept Leadership i 3 DOINGS AT THE FAIRVIEW FARM The visit of Representative Ollle James of Kentucky and John E Lamb of Indiana late In the afternoon gave rise to further gossip regarding gagethe chairmanship of the National Committee says a Fairview Neb dispatch to the Courier Jour...

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. — 25 July 1908

1c FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS i 1 < ll AND ROUNDABOUT Iif JXXI FRANKFORT KENTUCKY JULY 25 1908 No 46 1 t x LEAD PARTY LEADPARTYson son May Be Cam Fign Chairman I t tJ yan Said To Be Favorable To Him I 1 fAs Manager Of The Fight In K ntucky WATTERSON WILL MEET NOMINEE Special Correspondence Louisville Ky July 24It wouldnt l Surprise me to see the Hon Ben Johnson named as chairman of the I Democratic Campaign Committee for Kentucky Mr Johnson has long been known as a shrewd organizer I I an astute politician and a resourceful manager a combination of qualifica i tlons which In themselves woulJ recommend him for such a position It is said that Congressman Ollie I i James suggested Mr Johnson to William J Bryan as a suitable man to lead the fight In Kentucky and that the suggestion was regarded as a I capital one both by Mr Bryan and I Henry Watterson who Is very much in Mr Bryans confidence It Is I understood that Mr Johnson while I not willing to make a fight for the I place at the head...

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. — 25 July 1908

rnYk i PAGE TWO i 10 BREAK M w Suit Filed By Natural Heirs Of James Holt l Estate Worth Half Million Involved In Courts y Menta1ncaP city Alleged r As Cause Of Acton BIO FORTUNE LEFT TO CHARITY Suit to break the will of James A p Holt the eccentric man who left half a million dollars largely to found a charity has been filed in the Frank I lin Circuit Court and a suit in equity has also been filed to set aside one provision of the will which gives to Clark Lodge of Jeffersonville a large II bequest The natural heirs of Holt have filed the suit and the contest will be one of the hardest fought cases ever tried in this cpurt It is l alleged in the suit that the testator did not have a knowledge of his prop I p erty or the rights of his kinspeople and that he was mentally incapable of making a will f 4James A Holt a somewhat eccen r trio old man who had accumulated a large fortune some 25 years since bought what is known as the Todd farm a very valuable one consisting of between seven ...

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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