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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Frankfort weekly news and roundabout. — 18 April 1908

H FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS II AND ROUNDABOUT I 1 J Ir VOL XXXI F ANKFORT KENTUCKY APRIL 18 1908 No 32 r RES INDED fd fdt IS THE ULLI I ULLFOR = FOR PRIMARY IInlie Seventh Congressinn al District fDEMOCRATIC CANDIpATE TO BE I 1 SELECTED AT A CONVENTION HELD IN LEXINGTON ON SEPTEMBER 3 INVENTIONS AUG 29 The special meeting of the Demo cratIC Executive Committee of the Seventh Congressional District held i at Lexington Thursday and presided over by Chairman W A Lee of Owen county rescinded Its call for a primary on May 12 made several weeks ago and the committee adopted a resolu tion providing for a delegate conven tion to be held In Lexington on Sep tember 3 to select a Democratic can didate for Congress The delegates to the convention to bo named by county conventions to be held on August 29 Although Campbell Cantrill of Scott county who Is yet the only announced candidate against Congressman W P Kimball for the nomination Issued a proclamation soonafter the recent action of the committ...

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 April 1908

LPAGE TWO I SCIENCE EMPLOYED IN FARMINI Lowell Randebush Conducts 1 a Private Experiment Station INTERESTING ARTTCLE ON THE METHODS PURSUED BY A KENTUCKY LECTURED GETS MAXIMUM YIELD r Mr Homer W Jackson writes in I terestingly in the National Stock man and Farmer of the method of farming persued by Lowell Roudt bush of Clermont county Ohio Mr Roudebush has been a regula lecturer of the Kentucky State De partment of Agriculture for the past the most two years and he Is one of popular lecturers ever employed by that department The article will be especially Interesting to those who lave heard Mr Roudebush lecture The article Is as follows A Private Experiment Station The farm of Lowell Roudebusl < Clermont county Ohio though neat and showing evidence of care Y ful farming would probably disappoint 4 1 point a good many for the reason that everything Is done on a com paratively small scale No one however who understands the wor being done here will criticise thai This is a private e...

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 April 1908

II iy ISATURDAY APRIL 18 1908 RAID Y F PLANNED ON MURRAY 11 a e BY NIGHT RIDERS OF CALLOWAY cl ASSISTED BY TRIGG CO UNtl c TV BAND tl 11 An affidavit has been taken byg gr Judge Wells of Calloway countyg s which divulges a sensatlontl fact thatS a raid was planned on Murray for the fourth Monday night In March InII this raid there would have been 300fl fl or 400 night riders Arrangements had been made for the notorious a Trigg county band to assist in theF raid The big Regie warehouse contJ tabling thousands of dollars worth of tobacco was to be burnedfi The local night riders got word Di that twentyfive guards were on duty at the Regie plant land also thattJ Judge Wells was prepared for an at tack They decided not to make the raid land called it oft b Clay Garland was dispatched tofl I Trlgg county to inform the leader oft I the night riders not to come and to jj explain why This was on the morn ing of the day for the raid On horse c back Garland raced over the hills and through va...

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 April 1908

ii tt i 1 t PAGE FOUR C Frankfort Weekly News Entered at the postoftice at Frankfort Ken tucky as secmnd class mailable matter 1 FRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY INCORPORATED + HUBERT VREELAND Pres and SMg M D COYLE Secretary and Treasure TERMS 5100 IN ADVANCE ANNO EMEftTS We are authorized to announces J Campbell Cantrlll of Scott county a candidate for Congress ftton the 7th Congressional District sunffect to th < t s action of the Democratic primary May 12 1908 And this from Bloody Breathltt Whereas a state of anarchy law i lessness and a reign of terror exists throughout the central and west rn sections of our State known as the tobacco belt and Whereas such a state of lawless ness can only be productive of gen eral disaster to all sections of the S State and I Whereas people from other State J t being afraid to pass through the law i less Bluegrass and Black Patch are kept from Breathltt and other law a abiding mountain counties thereb hindering Us in the development of Our natura...

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 April 1908

II 1SATURD SATURDAY APRIL 18 1908 I I Society i77I i I SynopsisOf S I Of What Is m j Happening t S In Social Circles H Calendar APRIL 21 Junior Auxiliary of Ascension Church will give an Easter Egg Hunt at the Parish House Tues day afternoon at half past three oclock APRIL 23 The Pastime Club Will entertain with an Easter Dance at the Coliseum Thursday evening 555 APRIL 20 Art exhibit under auspices of Wo mans Club at Episcopal Chapel from ll a m to 5 p m I Monday The public is invited r 1 APRIL 221 h Mrs Thos J Nunn v and Mrs > jP Hobson will entertain the t Lofting Club at the residence Vof Mrs Hobson on Wednesday S afternoon afternoonr i r r t t WILLIAMS GOODLOE Mrs Marie Shrevo Ransom an Bounces the marriage of her son Mr Shreve Goodloe of Buffalo to Miss Helen Williams of Geneva New York which was celebrated April 12 at the home of the bride The I above note from the social column of l J the Lexington Leader will be of much Interest here where Mr Goodloe has fmiany warm frie...

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 April 1908

n J PAGE SIX w + r NOTESa I t TROM MRS AYRES f LETTER t t WHO WRITES ENTERTAINING v CONCERNING KENTUCKIANS AT THE NATIONAL CAPITOL r19 Writing from Washington to the > r Courier fcml ills Fltzhugl Ayer rhas the following notes which will be of Interest to Kentuckians Mr and Mrs George L Willis of r Shelbyville and tlMr little folks are making their temporary home in Washington at 227 North Capita street A recent Interesting visitor to Wasl Ington has been Mrs George Potte Wllshire of New York City formerl s of Newport Ky Miss Edmonia Robinson of Louis Vllle was the guest of honor in Rich mond Va at a handsome bridge part s given by Mrs M A Samuelson of Kentucky the latter the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs James A Gugg Representative Edwards of London s Ky and Dr A D James of Penrod have been at their homes and In Louis Ville for the past few days Mr and Mrs Richard Reid Roger 7 were guests at a dinner exSenato and Mrs Dryden gave In honor of r a Speaker Cannon Mr and Mrs Benjam...

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 April 1908

I SATURDAY APRIL 18 igos Shadows Once more the shadow for the substance found Another journey to the rainbows end By weary feet false hope didst light and send I Another radiant bubble sunk to ground Just as the sunlight touched it upward bound j I In the empyreal flight it sought to wend Another broken faith for Time to mend And wash its poison from the old old wound d Is this the Ultimate Holds life no more Than this frail semblance of reality This haunting odor of a hidden flower This whisper from behind a tightshut door Is aught but vague illusive witchery Intangible as is the magnets power I H H F Frankfort Ky 1 COALMINES L IN WESTERN KENTUCKY SUSPEND OPERATIONS AND FIVE THOUSAND MEN THROWN OUT OF WORK I Pending a final settlement 5000 i miners and mine laborers employed In the coal fields of western Kentucky suspended work Thursday for an In definite period All of the mines wlll be closed down and only work abso i friutely necessary will be done This action was the result of t...

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 April 1908

t IVY 11DAoE EIGHT EIGHTILLEfiAL ILLEGAL Ifw BOARD CONTRACTS t rw I j 90 RULES INSURANCE COMMISSIONER a y SIONER BELL ON THIS FORM OF SPECIAL LIFE POLICY State Insurance Commissioner Cha s W Bell in a written opinion issue d Thursday holds that board contracts 11 or special nolicies for life insurance are against Uc 1rICY anti coiar y t to the statute which prohibits any Ills crimination in premium rates He has beard arguments on both sides of the question for severalSeeks and say 9 the writing of such contracts must ceaseBoard Board contracts provide that cer taro persons in various localities shall be grouped into local boards and given a rebate on their insurance premiums in the form of dividends on the ground that it is payment to them for their influence and efforts In securing other business for the company This has been a favorite plan with new Insurance companies to secure a big lot of new business as rapidly as possible His opinion in the matter is as follows V jCommissione...

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 April 1908

c FRANKFORT WEEKLY NEWS I AND ROUNDABOUT 7 IVOL XXXI FR NKFORT KENTUCKY APRIL 25 1908 No 33 I LOCK HORNS Taft and Fairbanks Men Meet in Battle > Bitter Fight Within The Re o publican Party c Each Side Claims Kentucky For Its Man COUNTY CONVENTION TODAY Republicans of Kentucky will lock horns today when delegates to the Stale convention which is to send del egates to the National convention at C icago will be caoscn The Taft and Fairbanks men will fight all along the line and the Republican party In Kentucky seems to be badly split with every prospect of one of the most bitter contests ever held within the party In Kentucky Republican mils es conventions will be held in every county In the State today and In many of the counties two conventions may be held Louisville as usual will be the hot bed of the fight and In that city the race between Taft and Fairbanks will be closest In Frankfort the convention will be held In the courthouse this afternoon at 1 oclock and it is expected 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. — 25 April 1908

TT L PAGE TWO TWO CANDIDATES r May Make Race For Con gress In The Tenth r FLOYD BYRD ANNOUNCES AND A J C C MAYO MAY ALSO RUN I two candidates for the Democratic nomination for Congress In the Tenth E district are being prominently talked about and It mn4llfa ligDly race foif I the place A Floyd Byrd of Win t e chester who was a candidate two > years ago whon Frank Hopkins was 1 nominated has announced his candi I dacy Friends of John C Mayo who were in Frankfort this week 1 say that Mr Mayo will be the nomi I nee He has not announced as a candidate but they say that he will t bet nominated It Is probable that Mr t Mayo may not be an announced can It didate but his friends will work for him and If he Is nominated by the J convention he will accept the place Its not believed that he will con test for the nomination as he Is a I busy man E Mr Byrd Is one of the best knovn mountain men in the country on at count of the hard fight which he made against the Hargis faction In Breathitt ...

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. — 25 April 1908

r1oI i SATURDAY APRIL 25 1908 PITCHED BATTLE j fought On I C Platform At J Central City v tAMES D WOOD KILLED AND h HTWO THER MEN WOUNDED 1POLITICS THE CAUSE a 1 I tf f 1 CENTRAL CITY KYJames D J Wood for many years president ot DIstrict 23 United Mine Workers of America Was shot and instantly Killed in a flght in which his brother John i wood and John H Magan a former < policeman were also wounded The fight occurred on the platform of the Illinois Central railroad ata tlon and grew out of political trou bles between the Woods and three i former policemen who were recently let out of the citys service largely through the influence of James D Wood who was a member of tha I board of Councilmen Nearly twenty shots were fired by I the two Woods and James Jenkins former chief of police and Walter i Hard wick and Magan both formerly members of the police force The five men met on the platform and are said to have quarreled violently i for some minutes before the shooting i began beganW...

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. — 25 April 1908

PAGE FOUR r Frankfort Weekly News Entered at the postotHce nt Frankfort Ken tucks as second elasa mnilablc matter FRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY INCOnI ORATED HUBERT VREELAND Pres and Mgr Ai D COYLE Secretary and Treasurer t A R DUNLAP Editor TERMS SI 00 IN ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announces J Ja Campbell Cantrlll of Sttt county 11I Lcandidate for Congress rom the 7th Congressional District subject to the i action of the Democratic convention In this day of miracles or what c would have seemed like miracles only c a few years ago we have become accustomed to marvels and think too lightly of the remarkable things that r we see Hearing the voice of a man who has been dead for years is seemingly Impossible but with the I aid of the phonograph ones vole s k may be preserved just as his writing s and ones grandchildren born after ones death can hear the voice of their ancestor clearly and distinctly unchanged by the ravages of time To the savage this would seem a mir acle a...

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. — 25 April 1908

ISATURDAY SATURDAY APRIL 25 1908 Society Calendar CalendarAPRIL APRIL 27 27The Young Mens Institute e wlill entertain with a banquet in honor of Hon Lavega Clemments at the Frankfort I 1 Hotel Monday evening 1 APRIL 27 27Hon Lavega Clemmenas of Owensboro will address the members of the Church of the Good Shepherd at Y M I Hall Monday evening at 8 p m MAY 6 Mrs Wm R Magoflln and Mrs Ike Sallee will enter tale the Lofting Club at their 1 country home near Bridge n port on Wednesday after noony p MAY 9 rfi The Ladles Aid Society of the Clirlatian Church of Choatville will entertain wiTh a box supper Saturday eveningS 1tI isr I r WEITZELt WEITZELtili C Walter Weltzel are being congratulated by their many i flit friends over the advent of another < little daughter into their family I fanUyI it1MISS RIDDELL t Mrsy 1 l Chas B Riddell are offering their O congratulations for the Itttle daughter who was born during the week rwho MISS HEFFNER 5 Mr and Mrs Nelson A Heffner trwill name their...

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. — 25 April 1908

j o PAGE SIX FRANKFORT PHILOSOPHER r SEES WHOLE COUNTRY I V v Z YORK STANLEY WRITES EN TERTAINGLY OF HIS y ylTRAVELS 1 r fLos Angeles Cal April 15 < 08 EDITOR RO ABOf1 have often wondered If Frankfort iI I eople disguise themselves when they eave home I have been knocking about considerably witWn the past two or three years vTSiting places where there are more or less crowds including summer and winter resorts have sailed on the waters of the At lantlc and Pacific oceans the Gulf of Mexico Chesapeake Bay tho Missls + sippl Potomac St Johns end other rivers have viewed the city of Wash ington and surroundings from the I dome of the Capitol and from the top r of Washington monument have scan ned the panorama of the Rockies from the summit of Pikes Peak and of the valleys from lit Hager in s Montana have attended theatre per t formaI1ces in Washington when the 1 President and foreign diplomats were i present heard the opera at the French Opera house in New Orleans < and witnessed...

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. — 25 April 1908

I PiIPiPPP SATURDAY APRIL 25 1908 WATTERSON EATS WITH tfJ BRYAN i Editor Says Democrats Have Chance To Win The Johnson Movement Was Started Too Late 1 r NEBRASKIAN TALKS OF INCOME ff L William Jennings Bryan was iH INew York this week and was the guest of Henry Watt rson at a break fast on Monday morning With Interviewers Mr Bryan per slstently avoided discussion of the po lineal situation In New York but of affairs in general Mr Bryan talked freely and on one topic purely per 1 sonal he cheerfullly made a formal statement This had to do with his Income An Interviewer had suggest ed that the Nebra klan having been i I credited with an earning capacity of from 50000 to 75000 a year might I I J lie exposed to the charge by oppo 1nents that he was no longer repre r sentative of the laboring class but a lull fledged plutocrat I 1 + To this the candidate for the Demo Kcratlc presidential nomination re K I iplied pliedMy Income Is derived mainly from my lecturing with some addition from I...

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. — 25 April 1908

EIGHTIT PAGE EIGHT NEW CAPITOL Will Be Completed Within Sixty Days y > PLANS FOR FURNISHING IT WILL BE CONSIDERED AT NEXT MEETING a Kentuckys new capitol will be com pleted ready for the furniture within the next sixty days according to Frank M And thArchlect fCJlP t the building who was In Frankfort on Wednesda This means only t that the building Itself will be com pleted and the contracts will turnover over the building to the Capitol Com mission having completed their part I of he work Mr Andrews said he I saw no reason why It should take Jbnger than sixty days to finish up Everything connected with the build ing proper and the furnishing of the big building then can begin It Is probable that It will be about five months before the building is ready for occupancy Mr Andrews will return to Frank fort next week with plans for the embellishment of the building and for certain furnishings which are needed and the Capitol Commission will discuss at some length the plans for the fur...

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. — 2 May 1908

FRANKFORT WEEKL c NEWS ti A vI I VOL < XXXI FRANKFORT l i tA Y 2 1908 No 34 i 14 NORMAN OUT Resigns As Captain of Frank fort Company Company Men Say They Will Leave l Service of State 1 Discrimination Charged By r Retiring Officer yo 7 MOUNTAIN TROOPS FAVORED Capt Carl Norman of Company A this city has resigned his commie sion and the men of the company are in revolt as a result They Insist that they will leave the State Guard unless Capt Norman Is retained as captain i 1 and thatthey will not servo under any other captain The resignation of Capt Norman is in the hands of the Adju tant General who told Mr Norman that it would be accepted but the f men of the company have sent to the Adjutant General a formal pro test against the acceptance of the resignation asking that Capt Norman be retained retainedThe The resignation is the result of what Capt Norman thinks is discrim ination agdlnst him or his company by the Adjutant General Capt Nor man thinks that his company which Is righ...

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. — 2 May 1908

PAGE TWO BABY STATE a I 1 Growing and Prospering AtJ Lively Rate Frankfort Man Writes Of omat i Chief tof Police Has long RecorBYitlfGun C S yr ENFORCES LETTER OF LAW STRICTLY fuhe following letter Ij from a Ft man who has gone to Okla > lioma to live He writes Interestingly of the new State and itsprogress ± Muskogee Okla April 25 OS k Editor Frankfort News April 22 1889 nineteen yars ago last Wednesday w1tI1e ser the brth of Oklahoaa Te growth ot like country since tiieii has been one of the marvels of the century surpass in the growth ot any State Un the r Union In the same length of time In nineteen years Oklahoma has ac complished more than tinny of the much older States have achieved in a century It has been a long hard i struggle which has conquered the vast wilderness of prairie aid today the new State stands on tlio thresh k old of a further awakening that Will startle tlhe entire world Nineteen years ago the pioneers rushed into j r the new country which to lay is typi ...

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. — 2 May 1908

SATURDAY MAY 2 1908 ASK HUGHES i jll or h Authority on Questions Of Target ShootingCI te tr REGULAR ARMY OFFICER AS U s SIGNED HERE HAS WONa r MANY MEDALS to CI s Capt W N Hughes of the regular Inl aiding 5n Frankfort army Who Is n the remodeHng Of the Kentucky State c Guard and putting It on the same all the regular army will tfooting as of the rifle shooting of have charge r C jhe whole State militia Capt HughesC rE is said to know more about rifle rangerE ti in theti shootilng than any other mail regular army and the following story Is told of him in this connection UJ the m showing how he was regarded by CI high officers of the armyCI One day Gen McArthur was asked SEa concerning rifle range U question a trI shooting and repliedtr I Ask Lieut Hughes Ho can tell tl Cl you But why should Iaalt WeutC4 repKed the officer who was an Hughes i In I higher In rank than the then Lieuten ant Hughes tI HughesBecause Because he knows a d sight I more about It than any other mann IiIn the ar...

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. — 2 May 1908

tAGE r f L PAGE FOUR Mlort Weekly lews = Entered at the postottice at Frankfort Ken tuckj a secondclass mnilabjoumtter v > If ojIf 1 TlJO I7 f IfRAftiFORT PRINTI 0 COb1PANY o L ICORr01t3 Elks r J R DUNLAP Editor HUBERT VREElAND To r M D COYLE Secretary and Treasurer I TERMS 100 IN ADVAN E tTERMS SIOO ADVANCE r ft 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce J CAMPBELL CANDRILL of Scot r county as a candidate for Congress aspu1 subject to the Democrat c onventio X September 3 iffe are authorized to announce W P KIBALL of Fayette county as a candidate for reelection to Congress from the 7th Congressional District 1 subject to the action of the Demo crane Convention September 3 = I would rather have ths business which goes to Louisville than the business done in Frankfort This significant remark was made by a Frankfort merchant the other I day and expressed concisely the con fdt on which exists in Frankfort f Louisville gets the cream of the bust ness transacted by Frankfort people...

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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