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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 28 March 1908

I aS SATURDAY MARCH 28 1908 I i SOCIETY A AvAAAlAltjl Ca 1 endarL APRIL 1l r Mrs H H Roberts and Mrs W H Kldd will entertain the Lofting Club at the residence d of Mrs Roberts on Conway 1 street Wednasday afternoon n c GOLDEN WEDDING 4tANNIVERSARY ANNIVERSARYWednesday II Wednesday afternoon April 1 willII 5 be the fiftieth anniversary of the mar riage of Daniel Glanton and Armella 1J A Pickett In honor of the event Mrt and Mrs Glanton will entertain their friends from two until flvoJ oclock in the afternoon at their coun I try home on the Lawrenceburg road s Y M 4 SURPRISE WEDDING The many friends In Frankfort and I Franklin county of Miss Effle Todd 1 Lewis will be much surprised at thet i following special from Richmond Vir I yesterdayS morning rn morningA < A marriage which came as a comI f plete surprise to those who knew the I popular young couple was that of Dr I 1 James Mitchell Lewis of this city and Miss Effle Todd Lewis of Frank 1 I r fort Ky which took place quietly at...

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. — 28 March 1908

I PAGE SIX m f FINAL CALL I k1 j k11GOMES TO JNO N CRUTCH 1 ONE OF FRANKFORTS OLDEST if MERCHANTS AND HONORED t CITIZENS DIES MONDAY t MORNING On Monday morning last at 2 30 fQCOCk Col John land erutcher entered Jnto rest after a prolonged fc Illness mused by la grippe and the rto8rniUes Qf age i ni lair Crutcher it as born a ear In this county When a alenred i 1he came to this ci y and accrued a J 4 f position with Mr James M Gray Cur nature dealer and auctioneer Lat jj he was with the lamented Mr Wm A lti Todd When Mr Todd removed to t Todd When Mr Todd removed to T Jessamine county Mr Crutcher went with the late Mr Jno B Lampton to Catlettsburg remaining there until 1 Mr Lampton sold out his business h Mr Crutcher then returned to this city and engaged In the shoe business r t with Mr Edgar Keenon under the i 1 firm style of Keenon 8 Crutcho f1 Later he and his father Inlaw C ol ° A G Hodges leased and operated i1 the Capital Hotel duringtbe ctvil kjjftfty > YTii < 1 iw j l...

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. — 28 March 1908

Wi w SATURDA MARCH 28 1908 4 Sittle Drops of XDatcr Little drops of water i Little grains of corn Makes a fellow sorter Wish he wasnt born Makes him sit and wond Feeling pretty b Where in duce and t Was the fun he s I Hopping off the WK l Just to get the wl Climbing back a jag For another trip i Vowing in a vicious l r Deadinearnest t way t Not again by gracious > t f I Till the judgment day Little drops of water ir Little grains of corn Where the road thats shorter v 11 To a crown of thorn 1 H H FARMER I HEMPTOBACCOS TO REPLACE TOBACCO 1W ICH HAS BEEN THE MOST RE MUNERATIVE OF ALL KEN TUCKY CROPS The general conclusion of Kentucky farmers to cut out tobacco the pre t sent year will necessitate the plant jng with other crops of the area here tofore devoted to tobacco There will be much corn planted I tout this crop Is not a highly remune rative one Nelthjer Us wheat or oaiis and hay Is uncertain as to yield And quality With tobacco the most remunera tive of all Kentucky crops cut...

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. — 28 March 1908

r r tr f trr f fh r PAGE EIGHT C9HBTiON II GREAT MAJESTIC MAJ rP ON RANGE 1 I b ON WEEK 1ci1t1L jE WEEK FREE c 75O 1 SET OF WARE f With every Majestic Range sold during this r Cooking Exhibition we will give absolutely FREE one handsome set of ware as shown This ware is worth 750 if it is worth a cent It is the best that can be bought We dont add 750 to the price of the range and tell you you are getting the ware free but sell all I M jestic Ranges at the regular price You get the ware free Remember this is for exhibition week only Ware will not be given after this week This ware is on exhibition at our store and must be seen to be appreciated r Come in any day during the week Make our store your headquarters Have coffee and biscuits with us Come if you intend to buy or not the information gained will serve you in the future rrrrorrr + APPROVED THE McCHORD BILL GOV WILLSON SAYS PRESENT CONDITIONS WARRANT MAK ING MEASURE A LAW Governor Wilson Signed four bills Wednesday morning the m...

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. — 4 April 1908

1 FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS Lr AND ROUND ABOU1 > t i < 7 1 KXXXI FRANKFORT KENTUCKY APRIL 4 1908 Nd 3 t 4 t r r fDRs ADAMS w iY RESIGN HIS < y PASTORATE I Receives Call From on rep I gi ion At Jackson Tenn Tenn I I HAS MATTER UNDER CONSIDERA TION AND WILL MAKE DECIS ION IN NEXT FEW DAYS J sis EN YEARS IN FRANKFORT J r 1 I RSv M B Adams D D pastor of itiejJJlrst Baptist Church has received < a call from the congregation of the Mrsi Baptist Church of Jackson Tenh and It is believed that he will I accept the call While Dr Adams did I hot say that he has decided to leave I Frankfort he admitted that he has the call under consideration Several weeks ago Dr Adams was invited to preach for the congregation at Jackson and so well pleased were 4 they with him that when the propo sition of calling him to the pastorate was submitted to the membership the vote was unanimous In favor of In viting Dr Adams to become their permanent pastor The Jackson church has been withoil a pastor only ...

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. — 4 April 1908

OREWORD f I Kentucky Department of Educa tion I enter upon the duties of Superin tendent of Public Instruction with a sincere desire to serve the schools of the Sate In the use of the word chools the city schools the private schools and academies the special schools for commercial and industrial education the normal schools and colleges and the schools for the un fortunates I wish at the earliest possible mo ment to get In touch with every educa tional institution in the State to re ceive copies of all catalogues courses of study reports and special pro I grams and to have this office kep on every mailing list Every real edu catlonal force that is doing good will find Il14Iiiie State Superintendent earnest mend every false and harm ful school movement will find in him a relentless enemy enemyThe The Bulletins Bulletins will from the depart wmlfrom went of edueatiijf frequently to the I school officials and to others who ask to be placed on the mailing list These bulletins are intend...

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. — 4 April 1908

SATURDAY APRIL 4 1908 Pi feinted Paragraphs Something Of InterestNotes On Advertising THIS IS PLATFORM YEAR ithin the next few months the Na gal political parties will have given ipresslon to their respective policies i accordance with our usual custom f keeping up to date It Is proper that re also announce our platform early In the campaign that you may become perfectly familiar with our method of i doing business and vote with due wis data Like the farmers of political poUticalk + C just pride to our past achlevments and lay emphasis on the significant fact thnt the volume of our business + for the past 12 months was more than double that of the preceding year fnil dud to the rigid observance of the principles of fair dealing to which we freafnrm our allegiance h OUR PLATFORM 11fExpansion I r We believe In expansion as the i growth of our business indicates and jvill continue to add new facilities for producing more work as the occasion demands We are not particular how boon the o...

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. — 4 April 1908

PAGE FOUR i < M 1 Frankfort Weekly News Etrt tat the postqfllce at JJrnnkfort Ken y I t ucky as secondclnst nmilable matter t 3 pct w M FRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY INCORPORATED 4 HUBERT VREELAND Pres and Mgr 1 M D COYLE Secretary and Treasure 1 n TERMS 100 IN ADVANCE TOBACCO SITUATION l After all Is said about the social troubles arising from the tobacco war the fact remains that coercion will madt t t tfjL tIt A posstblj miy the hand of vengeanc until a treatment is found that may reach the disease and effect a radical cure but that is a that may be hoped Therefore for uBt sit complacent by our firesides and pursuade our ra selves that law and order leagues and grand juries and troops will restore order amid the chaotic conditions tha lS exist is the purest folly None of the agencies mentioned nor all combined will effect A permanent recovery I f A coercion could bring about an idea > t condition then Russia would rival l e Moores Utopia Union and unity are rr 7 < differing...

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. — 4 April 1908

U ATURI4AY AtIL 4 19A1 2 Society I I I A Brief Synopsis s r Of q HWhat < I v 1lIappehln 1 I t I be In j1 ti Social r f oCla tj IIl Circles il v 11 1 4 h tCLARKFLORIANIn this county I tfn Thursday Mr Clarence Clark and ank III v 1 j j iqNG DBATJ i In i thls city Von i Thursday Mfc Martin 0 king tan d If t Miss Bonnie Dean were married by i ri Rev C R HUdson = 6 the Cnristlah L church v r < l t t tr IIi SARGENT CRAIG tI 1if Mr Frank W sari i1t and Miss 11 r i < Fannie Craig were united in marriage ii t tLt 6 oclock Wednesday evening at 11 t i 1te home of Mr George Johnson 420 I I Logan street The ceremony was w > hperformed by Rev pavld Hatsfield I of Louisville In the presence of a iY number of friends of both parties Immediately after the ceremony the y happy couple left for their country 1 home near Bridgeport where they I will at once go to housekeeping They i received many useful and beautiful presents s I i The Lofting Club was entertained r Hc U iJ j Roberta and Mrs...

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. — 4 April 1908

a PAGE SIX s 91XREVOLUTION E IONIi In School Affairs of KentuCkYGist of New Law I The SulllvanWatklns Education fIBm passed both Houses of the len 3ntucky Legislature and has become ik law ikaIawK1 provides for the government an1 regulation of the common schools of f t the State and it will bring about a t sweeping revolution In school affair ih the State j It is claimed by prominent educi tlonal leaders to be the beginning of I a great educational advancement for the State The following are some iot the salient provisions of this act That every county fthls ffbmmor wealth shall compose one school dls Vitrict outside of a city or town malt j > gaining a separate system of public chools A fsehoolsthat That within thirty days a this v act shall go Into effect each count v shall be divided Into four six or f eight educational divisions and each educational division into sub dtstrtct 4 I the boundaries of which will follow 1S nearly as possible the boundaries i of existing school dis...

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. — 4 April 1908

JiATv y Ar L 1 I 1 E1 I An Invocation to Man By Elbert Hubbard All the love I know is mans love All the forgive ness I know is mans forgiveness All the sympathy I know is mans sympathy The fact that you are a human being brings you near to meit is the bond that unites us nderstand you because you are a part of myself 1 You may like me or notit makes n = ronc if ever you need my help I am with yoi d mr help each other most by leaving each other times we need the handgsas cheer 1a s What your condition is in life wi 1 either for or against you i yoni or not don the scale scaleIf If you have been wise and prudent f you unless you are unable to forget how wis i you are then I pity you < If you have stumbled and fallen and been mired in r J the mud and have failed to be a friend to yourself then j + i you of all people need friendship and I am your friend I am the friend of all whether successful or unsuccessful j collegebred Or illiterate excludea youif I would But if I should shut y...

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. — 4 April 1908

PAGE EIGHT I uTIrish r Irish Names L I NnJn ft wihthe musical hilt of a troll tOJhim s r NameS wid a rollickin stain An V roll to fhim r Names wid a body an bones an a soul to thim < Shuxe ant they re poethry darlint asthore M Names wid the odor odillisk an peat to thim Names wid a lump o the turf hnngin sweet to thim Where can yez bate thim the whole wurrld oer Names wid a fine old Hibernian sheen to thim Names wid the dewy shamrocks clingin green to thim i Names wid a whiff o the honest potheen to thim Shure an theyre beautifall darlint asthore Names wid th step the salts the ltrthim Names wid the warmth o the ancisthral hearth to thim j Names wid the blood or the land of their birth to thim Where can yez bate thim the whole wurrld oer L N Brannigan Flannigan Milligan Gilligan Duffy McGuffy Mullarky Mahone ii Rafferty Lafferty Connelly Donnelly n Dooley OHooley Muldowney Malone Maddigan Caddigan Hallahan Callahan Fagan OJEagan OHouliha Flynn Shanahan Lanahan Fogarty Hogarty Kel...

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. — 11 April 1908

FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS k AND ROUNDABOUT VOte XXXI FRANKFORT KENTUCKY APRIL 11 1908 No 31 J j DIES Ii r SUDDENLYOF > I 1APOPtEXY P c t Df jGeo W Griffiths Passes I Away in Louisville WAS ONE OF THE MOST PROMINENT I NENT AND SUCCESSFUL I I DOCTORS IN STATE MS WILLBE BURIED SUNDAY Y v r Dr George W Griffiths one of the inmost prominent physicians of Louis tvillei died In that city at 10 oclock yesterday morning at his home 833 Third avenue as the result of a stroke of apoplexy which he suffered Thurs day morning Every effort was made to revive him after the stroke but he failed to rally and sank steadily until the end came Dr Griffiths had been a man of ro bust health until recently when his health began to fail and he was com < pelled to spend a month In the South lit was thought that his health had been much benefited and his sudden death came as a surprise r For forty years Dr Griffiths prac ticed his profession in Louisville and he was one of the most successful ti physicians ...

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 April 1908

I I iM 1tt PAGE TWO = TOBACCO MEN t MR WIN THEIR FIGHT SAYS JUDGE H C BOTTS OF t OWEN COUNTY Judge H C Botts of Owen county was here this week and talked freely r about the tobacco situation In the State and said in part There Is not a law that Is a Just I one desired by tobacco men and farmers me ers of Kentucky that they can not see cure In t year if they w onl y wait untimie time comes to elect ° another Legislature The farmers of F the State are betted organized now than any class of producers and If x they will sot their tAds to do it they k can elect a majority f their represen tatives at the next session of the j General Assembly when bills cover Ing every feature of the tobacco in dustry equitable to the producer to the buyer the seller and the manu fecturer can bo passed and the trouble that is threatening the State in every section of the tobacco district will be suppressed We have had but little trouble in our county and dont be lieve we will have any more Representative ...

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 April 1908

4 1 SATURAY APRIL 11 1903 Pointed Paragraph Something 01 InterestNotes On Advertising J I Making good Is the brief pithy expression of the growing American I I sentiment as to the square deal in poll tics finance transportation commerce and the industries The sentiment contained therein Is no less Impor i tant in the profession of newspaper t m a k n Itg 4may be slang or a provincialism but to make good is the key note of all success worthy of recognition It is one great consideration in printing i and journalism Shillyshallying inac curacy incompleteness lack of taste just as good never mind that will answer are the pitfalls to each and signify inherent indifference 4 < to the highest sense of honor that re ii quires full measure a want of proper regard for the rights of others and a lack of the deep real interest and f r pride in ones calling requisite to that thigh performance that brings honor with satisfaction in worthy accomplish r 1 tent tentLet Let me live this life witho...

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 April 1908

4 PAGE FOUR 11 S n irankfort Weekb News aiEntered at the postotlico at Frankfort Ken r tucks ii3 second clus mailable matter I i FRANKFORTPRlNtINc1 COMPANY J INCORPORATED I s HUBERT VREELAND Pres and Mgr M D COYLE Secretary and Treasurer rlp TERMS SI 00 IN ADVANCE 4ANNOUNCEMENTS = 1 r We are d porlzecrto announA J Campbell Cantrill of Scott county a candidate for Congress from the 7th Congressional District subject to the E action of the De1liiratIc primary > 111ay12 1908 IP = The efforts of certain Republicans r ° to bring about the removal of M R Glenn as Rate Clerk of the Rail road Commission Is causing some spe c lation among both Democrats and that t shortly after the election Gov Wlllson had an Interview with the Republican members of the commission at which time he told them that while they Were In the majority he believed Mr I Ferguson the only Democratic mem VerIof the Commission was entitled t to some recognition when it came to i considering the appointments It is said...

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 April 1908

SATURAY APRIL 11 1908 Society A Brief Synopsis j Of OfWhat What f s happening happeningSocial Social i SocialCircles1 i I 1 CirclesI II i I WOOLUMS ADAMS At Mlllville I r on Thursday Mr James L Woolums and Miss Halite Adams were married DE OMAN MORROW At Mill I yllle on Thursday Mr Grover 0 Dedman and Miss Nora Morrow were marrield v = j MONTGOMERY SCHOOLFIELD i Frankfort society people will b B i pleasurably surprised to learn of the forthcoming marriage of Miss Ann U Montgomery to Mr Charles B School 0fledyhich was announced Thursday + bytheurldes parents Mr and Mrs ZJ Montgomery The date of the ceremony has been fixed for WeJnes day evening April 22 and will take place at the handsome Montgomery home In South Frankfort and will be witnessed by only the Immediate fam fifes of the young people I Miss Montgomery is regarded as one of Frankforts most attractive belles and only recently was gradual ed from Smith College In Massachu setts Mr Schoolfleld who recently came here from Danv...

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 April 1908

PAGE SIX PATRONIZE r I of in Is t or HOME INSTITUTIONS ly a WE HAVE ACCEPTED THE AGEN CY FOR THE BEST LEDGER for MADE of is The loose leaf system of keeping books is particularly adapted to the use ot banks a a larWt portion 0 them have alreWy recognized this a factA few of the reasons why this sys tem meets the rigid demand of the bunking business will not A amiss Of all lines of business Tjanklng is considered the most imperative in Its demands for balancing and in any well regulated bank the bookkeeper Is not allowed to leave the bank un til his books are in perfect balance As the business does not close until I four oclock it leaves very little time I for the proper entries to be madeI and the balance drawn off l j Any plan that will lighten the labon ° and make posting easier and balance taking easier certainly works to a most excellent advantage where these necessities prevail and that the post ing and balancetaking from a set Ifto loose leaf books can be accomplished 1 in two...

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 April 1908

I IATURAY APRIL 11 1908 I T FINAL ARRANGEMENTS BEING MADE MESSRS KENNEDY AND NELL PROMISE TO GIVE FRANKFORT THE BEST BASE BALL IN HER HISTORY Managers Kennedy and Nell of the Frankfort Base Ball Club are making the final arrangements for the coming season and from all Indications will give the fans of the Capital City high class sport frcm beginning to end On account of the recent heavy rains the ball park Is all to the bad but If Old Sol will come out for a few days the grounds will be placed in the pink of condition The managers will leave nothing undone this year for the convenience of Its patrons New seats will be built and the park will have every j appearance of the city guys The first game of the season will be played at Shelbyville on the 22d and from the dope thats going the rounds It will be a battle royal Following Is the lineup for this game Frankfort Kaelin left field Cun c ningham third base Allison short stop Angermeler catcher Wright i center field Burger W first bas...

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 April 1908

pAOE EIGHT i ATTORNEYS c UNABLE TO ATTEND 4 V cTJION IN RAILROAD RATE ct CASES POSTPONED UNTIL MONDAY A 1Y ° C Because of the failure of several of the attorneys representing the rail roads of Kentucky to be present at the conference of attorneys for the Railroad Commission and the legal counsel of the railroads of the State the conference led lr Thursda morning In Louisville to try to for mulate plans for making a motion be fore Federal Judge A M J Cochran I of Iaysvnte to ascertaa the legal status of the Railroad Commission1 in fixing freight rates was continued un til next Monday morning Alex Pt t Humphrey of the Southern Henry L Stone of the L N and C C t McChord attorney for the Railroad Commission were the only attrneys able to be at the meeting on Thurs day Although but three attorneys were at the conference there was consid arable preliminary discussion on the matter Nothing definite could be r agreed upon however because of w the absence of several of the attor neys The pla...

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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