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TilE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT YGEO A LEwIs Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance L t YOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1 1906 No 52 r JOHN B DRYDEN SR f Friend and Comrade Answers the Last Call On Sunday morning at 908 oclock Mr John B Dryden Sr our boyhood friend and compan ion answered the last summons after as brave a fight as we ever saw lasting for over eight long B Dryden was the son ot the late Mr James H Dryden and wife and was born and raised in this city although he lived for a time with his parents in War saw Ky Louisville Ky and in Indiana Hewas 03 years old in January last He learned the printing busi ness when a lad in the old Yeoman office then owned by the late Col S I M Major At the commencement of the civil war he enlisted in the com parry of Capt Jas R Page in the 9th Kentucky Cavalry U S A commanded by Col R T Jacob and made a brave soldier being promoted to Commissary Sergeant After the regiment was mustered out Mr Dryden was em Iployed in the Adjutant Generals department ae a commissary ser geant He filled every position he occupied with efficiency and fidelity tIn young manhood no was mar ried to Miss Catherine Banta daughter of the late Mr H G Banta and they have lived a con genial and happy lifedevoted to each other in sunshine and in storm To them wore given eleven chil- e drewfive sons and six daughters of whom four sons Jas H John B Jr Edwin M and Pruett B Dryden and three DELIGHrFUIJCHAKGE i On Monday after raining sev era hours in the morning a de lightful change sot in in the at j mosphere There was a fall from 94 at noon Monday to CO at 7 L a in on Tuesday IVe are feeling very comfort able thank you e Piles positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Its made for piles alone and it does the work to perfection Itching painful p otruding or blind piles disappear like magic Sold by all dealers 1tk M l t daughters Mrs E Church Tins ley Mrs Ross A McCallum and Miss Ida ryden survive him together with his devoted wife After engaging in one or two other enterprises he finally re turned to his first love and began the publication ofa daily news paper in this city in conjunction with others Finding business with partners not according to his taste he sold out After a few months he returned to the business and issued the Sunday Call which ran a short while as a weekly but was soot enlarged to an afternoon daily and which he has continue for over sixteen yearsWe were his companion and frienl in boyhood and have always been together as friends from that day to the sad hour when he laid down lifes burden He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of this city and the funeral services were con ducted from that church on Tuesday afternoon by Rev J O A Vaught of the Methodist Church His brethren of the Grand Army of the Republic and of the B P 0 Elks attended the services in a body The services at the grave in our cemetery were conducted by Mr Chas Clingman of the Episcopal Church In February last Mr Dryden commnnderinIChief rank of Colonel on his staff of the Grand Army of the Republic- A braver truer friend than John B Dryden never lived in FrankfortFarewell Old Comrade Brother Friend May your rest bo sweet We hope to strike hands again on the other shore ACCIDENT ON TRACTION LINE An empty freight car broke loose from the Traction Co a motor on Monday afternoon on Logan street and ran down the incline to Todd street whore iti jumped the track and ran into some telephone poles which stopped it The car was dam aged the poles broken but no other damage inflicted The trouble was soon remedied by Manager J D Sallee e ljturMin to flM i1 IN MEMORIAM The lighting of the thistledown upon the meadow is not more gentle than was the release of the spirit from its environment of clay when the finalsummons called John B Dryden to the bet ter land Amid the touching and constant vigil of relatives and the ministrations and sympathy of friends the brave battle that had lasted for months ended as ends the parting summer day in peace and rest Years of business association companionshipbrings that evoke fruitful testimony of sterling qualities that were re flected in he life and character of John B Dryden in conspicuous strength and power Always responsive to the call of duty always foremost in works of pro andIbrightinlife and exemplary in the affection and devotion he always man ifested towards his friends and his family there was not a day nor an hour that did not end better by his having lived in themHis friends were legion his purposes were for human better ment the genial habitual sunshine of his nature created bright wnsidispositionhis ways were ways of peace and kindliness and his death is deeply lamented by all who knew him S RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT The following resolutions were adopted by the letter carriers of this IWherens The Almighty in His has seen fit to call to His eternal home our beloved brother Owen M Furr and Whereas We recognize that in his sudden and unexpected death Branch No 810 has lost an lion est and faithful member his fam ily a loving and faithful son and brother therefore be it Resolved That this Branch in meeting assembled extend to the bereaved family our heartfelt sympathy in this their time of deep sorrow and be it further Resolved That a copy of these familythatutes of this Branch and be pub lished in the Frankfort papers- C F CLAY CROCKErrI JNO R H WEITZEL A T KIRTLEY Thinkof Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure if your nose and throat dis chargesif your breath is foul or feverish This white soothing EucalyptusThyinol porated into an imported cream like velvety petrolatum It soothes heals purifies controls Call at our store for free trial box Sold by all druggists BAD FALL Mr Irvine Dillon a carpenter at work on the new residence of Mrs Pat Newman Sr on Fourth Avenue fell from a stop ladder on Monday and was pretty badly thoughino bones were broken + sNOTHING COMPARES To Father Williams Indian Ton for nil diseases of the Liver and Kid neys Stomach and Bowels It causes a vigorous action of th Diver digostin the food causing regular free movement of the Bow purifiotheyou well It only costs you 20 cents to try it In Ten or Tablet form For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 2 One Lot 5 Skirts 375w One Lot 1000 Skirts 750 900 White Skirts 700 1050 White Lawn Suits 498 1250 White Lawn Suits 548 900 Black Silk Coats 750 White Lawn Waists trimmed with Lacecand Embroidery short sleeves SlonJ500 White Lawn and Wash SI Waists 375 5 New Fall Style Skirts J- Our Special at t 600These are made of good quality Fast Black Panamaifront and back plaited and trimmedwith around bottom making a beautiful effect They would seem cheap at 600 Unequaled Values at 750 in BlacklPanama and Grey Plaid Mixtures ci KAGIN BRO 41 43 St Clair Street at Bridge TOBACCO EXHIBIT A feature of the Big Bluegrass Fair to be held at Lexington the week of September 17 to 22 will the the tobacco exhibit Larger premiums Ire offered for this de partment than were ever before offered for an exhibition of to bocce at a State county or dis trict fair It is possible for one grower to tape 200 in first pre miums alone There is no en trance fee and the smallest ex hibitor is on equal footing with the largest Sir Joseph Walton inn experienced farmer and to man is the director in charge of this department Any information desired can be had by correspondence with him The premiums offered will be of Red Leaf Bright Leaf Cigarette Wrapper Bright Trash and four samples from a single Burley crop embracing these several classifications A LIVELy1USSIJE- With that old enemy of the race Constipation often ends in Appendicitis To avoid all seri Otis trouble with Stomach Liver and Bowels take Dr Kings New Life Pills They perfectly regu late these organs without pain or discomfort 25c at all druggists e COLORED SOCIETIES PA RADE IThe colored Elks of Lexing ton the Shoshones of Louisville and the Ifrontonacs of Louisville had a big parade and picnic at Glen wood Park on Tuesday Sev oral special trains brought them awayiWELL TO BE CAREFUL When you have a cold it is well usingnn about preparations containing opiates Use Kennedys Laxative Honey andfjTar Sol1 bv J W Gayle STATE CONVENTION UNITED DAUGHTERS OF CON FEDERACY J The State Convention of the United Daughters of the Confed eracy will meet at Pewee Valley JIhave not ap pointed their elegates should do t so at once and send their reports r1 to the Secretary q IA SCIENlIFICrO DER f The cure that stand to its credit make Bucklons Arnica Salvo a scientific wonder It f cured E R Mulford lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry Waynesboro Pa of a distressing case of Piles It heals the worst Burns Sores Boils Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only 25c at all druggists ODD FELLOWS EXCURSION ICnpitnl Lodge No 0 1 0 0 F of this city have chartered the good steamer Falls City and will run a river excursion this evening from this city rile boat will leave the customhouse wharf at 7HO p m Fare for tho f round trip will bo 50 cents for adults children under 12 years of ago 25 cents There will be music HUll dancing also If all dyspepsia sufferers knew what Dr Shoops Restorative would do for them Dyspepsia would practically ho a disease of the past Dr Shoops Restora byitsinside nerves the true stomach nerves Stomach distress or weakness fullness bloating belch ing etc Call for tho Restora tive Wo recommend and sell Dr Shoops Restorative Sold by all dealers OaS 9nIaBean lSgnatmej A Haw Boight r CADET fThe Best School Hose I For Boys and Girls 10c 15c 25cI J PERSONAL Miss Edith Posey is visiting friends in H Poynter left Tuesday for Dandridge is visiting friends in LouisvilleRev B Adams went to Louis ville Tuesday iMrs Hiram Canada Berry has returned from a Mr Frank H Johnson of Louisville was here Sunday Miss May Hockensmith is visiting friends in Lexington Mr Frank Chinn has returned from a trip to Atlantic City Mr R K McClure has returned from a Cityj Versailles was in r Judge Ben V Smith of Somerset was in the city Wednesday Mr Carl Kagin has returned from a trip to New York City Mr Roger Johnson of St Louis Mo wasin the city Sunday fromr8Judge B G Williams left Tuesday on a business trip to Irvine rMayor Clarence E Woods of Richmond city Saturday tMr M P Brown has returned from the Chippewa Camp Wis Mr Jos R Shaw of Jetts has gone t French Lick Springs Ind Mr Thos J Brislan and wife have r- et turned from Atlantic City Judge Win left Tuesday on a business trip to Louisville Mrs M B R Day has returned from a visit to relatives at Louisville Mrs Jas M Saffell has returned from r a visit to fronds in Henderson Dr Jas W Feamster has returned from French Lick Springs Ind Dr J S Coleman returned Thursday afternoon from Mtickinac Island Col Richard Morris returned Sunday from the Chippewa Clubs camp Mr J Swiuert Taylor made a business trip to New York City this week Miss Ethel Winkler of KnoxvllleTenn is the guest of Mrs J T Spencer Miss Ruby Armstrong has returned from a visit to friends in Indiana Mr Geo L PaIne returned Monday from his fishing Wisconsin Mr A Dudley Blanton of Cincinnati was the guest of his mother this week Mr J B Lewis of this office spent t Sunday in Versailles with his family Mrs W L Cannon and Mrs Ike Storks of Midway were visitors here Tuesday Hon Eli H Brown wife and daughter have returned from a visit to Bloomfield Miss Mary E Bell will reopen her school Sept 3rd at her residence 510 Fourth Ave Miss Mary Wntts Brown and Miss Sallie Chinn have returned from Atlantic City Miss Alice Trabue of Louisville was the guest of Mrs Virgil Hewlttthisweek Mrs R A Bohannan of Stanton was t in the city this week the guest of rela r tines Mr Ben Casslday of Elizabethtown is the guest of Master Jack Martin Capital Avenue I Mr S Epstein and wife of Cincinnati Ohio were guests of Mr Ferd Jacobs on R K McClure and daughter Miss Harriett have returned from a trip to Torrent i Mrs E C Stephens left Thursday for Now York City to purchase her fall stock Mohan has returned from a visit to her brother Mr Dorr Mahun at L McCready of Crescent Hill is visiting in this city the guest of IrelathesMr Robert Crutcher of Louisville was the guest of his sister Mrs H S Keller this week Miss Ruth Robinson and nephew Ayors Bailey are visiting MrsA A Bailey at Bagdad Mrs W R Franklin and children have i returned from a visit to her parents in Lexington i1Iil f NEWFAU GOODS Everything New in Silks and Wool Dress Goods Beautiful New Dress Ginghams for School Dresses New Outing Cloths Flanneletts and Percals Our buyer has just returned from New York We have secured the Largest and Best Stock of Dry Goods Notions and Ready to Wear Garments we have ever had at our Store We are ready to show you and make Prices to suit you CHARLES J WElT ZELI iJMlss Juliett Alvee of Henderson Is CampbellMiss Suslo Berrymnn of Louisville is PoseyTolldMiss Eleanor S Puseyof Louisville who re1turnedMr C J Stringfellow wife and son have returned from a visit to relatives In Owen county Col J R Newton wife and child of Chicago Ills were guests of relatives here this week Rev Dr M B Adams attended the Elkhorn Association on Thursday in Fayette county Mrs M D Averlll and daughter Miss Alice of Louisville visited Miss Rebecca Averill this week Mrs L T Mlnish and daughter who have been visiting her parents at Gratz have returned home Miss Frances Orr and Master Edwin Orr have returned from a visit to rela tines in Owen counsy Mrs Hiram Berry and niece Miss Clintle Cunningham have returned from a trip to Atlantic City Mr Edwin M Dryden of Dayton 0 was called here Saturday by the Illness and drath of his father Miss Laura Craddock of Washington City was the guest of Judge W C Hern- don and wife this week Miss Mollie Berrymnn has returned from a visit to her brother Mr J W Berryman in Versailles Mrs John Reib of Kansas City Mo who was the guest of Mrs Jos L Bohan nan has returned home Mr C G Mutzenburg who has been visiting at his old home at Hyden re turned on Tuesday night Dr Hamilton Wallace of Philadelphia Penn Is the guest of his father Dr C K Wallace this week Mr R M Bergman and wife of Irvine were called here by the accident to her brother Mr Jas B West Miss Kathleen Edwards of Versailles who has been the guest of Miss Frances Saffell has returned home Mr Elwood Rice of Dayton Ohio was called hero Tuesday by the death of his uncle Mr Jno B ryden Mrs Sallle Berry Bailey of Versailles who has been the of Mr J M Snffell has returned home Dr W Lee Crutcher was called to Louisville Monday by the illness of his daughter Mrs Richardson Miss Nora Miller of this office spent Sunday in Georgetown the guest of her aunt Mrs Jno A Herring Mrs Addenbrook of Cripple Creek Col who has been the guest of Mrs Ed Fennell has returned home Miss Mary Conners of Louisville who hOI been the guest of Miss Sallie Pence West Side has returned home Miss Bertha Tnlbott who has been the guest of her uncle Mr O B Gayle Falmouth has returned home atI Miss Sarah Vaught who has been the guest of her brother Mr Stephen Vaught at Danvlllo has returned home Mr E L Samuel and wife have turned from a visit to Mrs W T Lind sey their niece at Tryon No C Maj Henry M Julian of Kansas City Mo was the guest of his sister Mrs G W Chinn Saturday and Sunday Dial Jas W Blackburn of Washing ton City was In the city on Wednesday and made his usual pleasant call Miss Louise Carroll of Newcastle who has been the guest of Misses Lucy and Louise Pattie has returned home Mr Jns H Dryden of Hamilton 0 was called here Monday by the death of his father Mr John B Dryden Sr Miss Corrie Brown of Dayton Ohio who has been the guest of Mr Jacobs and wife has returned home Miss Catherine Fitzgnfrnldof Louisville who has been the guest of Mr John P HaiJey and wife has returned home Mr William T Rowland of Mississip pi visited here on Thursday and was with his old friend Mr Jno E Miles Master Jos F Patterson of Atlanta Go who has beep the guest of his aunt Mrs J W Tremere has returned home Miss Jo Stephenson of Chicago Ills who has been the guest of her brother Mr Chas H Stephenson has returned Ella Durham of Knoxville Tonn who has been the guest of Misses Hazel rlgg Washington street has returned home Mr W A Reddick and wife of Chicago Ills who have been the guests of A Pilkington and wife have return ed home Miss Eula Cochran of Eminence who has been the guest of her sister Mrs JW Hughes Jr at Woodlako has return ed home Messrs Whit and James Hall of Lex ington who have been the guests of their sister Mrs Jno M Brown have return ed home Mr Chas J Weitzel has returned from a trip to New York City where he pur ohosed a splendid stock of goods his big store Mr H P Morancy wife daughter and two sons of Versailles attended the funeral of Mr Emillus Morancy on Hazelrigg entertained on guestMisswas served Miss Mary Keith Miles of Lexington who has been visiting her parents Mr Jno E Miles and wife home Sunday night daughterMissof her daughter Mrs Waller H Lewis at Woodlake Dr Ben Bosworth and wife of Knoxville Tenn who have been guests of Misses Todd Lake Park West have returned home Mrs W F Barret and Mrs W T Scott were called to Taylorsville on Wednes day by the death of their cousin Hon Yodcr Poignard Col C W Hay of the F C Ry was called to Jeffersonvllle Ind Satur day by the death of his grandfather Mr Francis Runyon Mrs S T Bailey Mrs J B Lewis and Mrs Lucy W Thornton of Versailles attended the funeral of Mr Emi lias Morancy Thursday Mr Eoss A McCallum and wife of Michigan were called here Saturday by the illness and death of MrsMcCallume father Mr John B Dryden Sr Mr J J Smythe of Hanibal Mo was in the city Wednesday the guest of friends Mr Smythe is the husband of Miss Jessie Calmes formerly of this city Mrs Vnda Kennedy and children little Miss Ellelu and Master Leo of Atlanta Ga have returned home after n pleasant visit to her sister in law Miss Hannah A Lewis who has been brother Mr W A Lewis atHarriman Tenn and of her mother Mrs J B Lewis at Versailles returned home on Thursday Dr J R MoKee and wife Miss Bettle McKee Dr Jas MoKee Mr Frank Kee and Miss Agnes McKee of Woodford county were here on Thursday to attend the funeral of Mr Emilius Mor Artie Ripy and Miss Wallace Rlpy of Lawrenceburg Miss Susan RlpyMrLawrencecurg were guests of Mr Cecil and Miss Farmer Second Street this week Judge J T Wllholt Rev A C Hens ley Mr W W Field and wife Mr Field McLeod Mr Andrew Wallace Mr Jno McKenzie Mr W H Edwards Mr W J Steele Mr J N Camden and wife Mr John Y Rout Mr Ed T Young Mr Irvine Railey wife and daughter Mr J T Bright Mr Jas E Hinton of Versailles Mrs W W Helm son and daughter of Lexington Mr Ewing of Chicago Ills came here to attend the funeral of Mr Emilius Mornncy on Thursday THANKS We would return our ssincere thanks to Mr W 11 Wright of the Bridgeport neighborhood for a splendid water melon which he furnished the Roundabout force on Wednesday last It was sim plylIout of sight in no time after our boys got to work on it Mr Wright is selling these fine melons on our streets every day Try him Kodol Dyspepsia Cure j Digests what you at Irl New Jackets and Coats Girls Misses Ladies 567 SUMM1F3 CLEARANCE SALE 4 SATURDAYOrgandies IVeDimities Batistes I Lawns India Linens Mulls Swisses Laces and Embroideries at GREATLY REDUCED PRICESt q reductionfromBeautiful designs in Dress Patterns will be offered at surprisingly low figures i WOOL DRESS GOODS White and Cream Wove Goods in cluding Sicilians Mohair Panama Serges rediwedto37e 48c 50c and 65c A number of short lengths suitable for Childrens School Dresses at half the prices f LACESLace Robes Berthas Laces and Embroideries at greatly reduced pricesrLINENSOur great is Linen We now have thomLinen TableLinens I S Kindly give us a look that we may have a chance to show you what we have J F Is HEENEY1 w DID YOU EVER j TRY i ride ef Mad son Flour 1 I If not Why not Best Never Fails Ask Your Grocer JIt Dont forget about Horse for we t hnndle the Finest Oats Corn Hay and Feed on the market v A new lot of Fine White Corn just received First Class for milling purposes FOR SALE BY HEISE SONSDealers in Seed Straw and Stock Foods ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones 47m HANDSOME RECEPTION The ladies of the Christian Church gave Rev Chas R Hud son and bride a handsome recep tion in the chapel of their church last night- A large attendance of the friends of this popular minister were present to greet him and his fair bride Delightfully dainty refreshments were served by the young ladies of the oongregationI Fall for and Dress The the Salt i MAYSV1LLE WAREHOUSE FIRE DEVELOPMENTS The fire in the warehouse of liquordealersout some very sensational opments When the full state ofkthings taro given out it wills ow J some rare facts for the firm to meet and explain The warehouse is now in the hands of government officials 1m i 9 If c I if l t Jj First Showing of New Fall Goods And Final Clean Up of Summer Stuffs 11 Some New Arrivals in Fall Suits and Skirts ConceptionsForm also call attention some particular offerings for School Dresses in Choice Ginghams I and FJanneletts Dainty and Neat Washable and Durablethe ideal materials for school wear With the advent of the First Fall Arrivals a riddance of our remaining Summer stuffs is imperative and the prices on all of them have been cut beyond precedent for a Final CleanUp Sale- ASTONISH I N EVENTj REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS FOR SEP TEMBER revenurs f follows Distillery No1 Stoll Co Lexing tonW F Crpgqn day duty J M Stevenson additional and bottling B SI Foreman gauger Kentucky River Distillery t Buokner and MoElroy day gan additional J R Spiers additional S A Powell bottling C N Wiard gauger MaYSVllJe1Hditional and bottling H S Bellgauger W A Gaines Co FrankfortJ E Hanrahan day W H Sneed additional Z J Phelps additional G T Scearce additional F D Clark gauger- J E Pepper Co Lexington R Strauss day F G Sparks additional and bottling O H Wickliffe additional D C Berryman gauger Ppyntz Bros Co Maysvlllo J S Wallingford storekeepergo user S J Greenhaum Midway JW Black day J G Powell additional R H Davenport additional Amos Griffith bottling W T Grostbwaite gauger- S C Herbst FrankfortA W Nazor gtorekeepergauger G G White Co Paris 3 G Hutch craft day I W Shy additional J M Walker bottling D C Berryman Distillery Co Mt Sterl IngM F Cisco day J O Kash addi tional and bottling H S Foreman gaugerE Babbitt VersaillesJ T Berry storekeep ergnuger George Baker Frankfort Speed F Owen day E B Davis additional nod bottling F D Clark gauger- J E Pepper Co YarnAlltonJ- A Logan day E F Darnaby additional and bottling T H Shelby Jr gauger W J Frazier VersaillesGus White house storekeeper gauger Labrot 8 Graham FrankfortW LI Baker day E Craig additional and bottling John Stephanskl gauger E H Taylor Jr Sons Frankfort U G Carey day J M Fraley addl tional L F T Steele additional G P Mo Can n bottling John Stepbanski gauger Part Distilling Co ParisJ M Rus 1sell day R D Grant additional 0 T Tbrookmorton additional C L Hough bottling D 0 Berryman gauger J J M Saffell FrankfortJ L Cox day J G Brawner additional and bottling 0 N Wiard gauger J N Blakemore FrankfortA B Piper storekeepergauger Haynes Trundle Stamping Ground N A Moore storekeeper gauger W A Gaines Co FrankfortW BIAnderson day G T Mountjoy addi tional B F Fannin additional Henry Newsom additional H C Everett ad ditional R H Whittington bottling H T Gaines gauger G T Stagg Co Frankfort J H Murray day L B Brown additional H T Gaines gauger General Bonded Warehouse No1 Lex ington J T Gunn and T L McCon nell storekeepergaugers General storekeeperganger G R Bul lock Lexington Lexington Rectifiers J E Pepper Co J J Shannon Co R S Strader SonsToH Shelby gauger Frankfort Rectifier J P Williams F D Clark gauger HARVIELAND Mr J C Browner wife and daughter of Frankfort spent Sunday with Mr V W Brawn er and family Miss Lillis of Peytona is visiting her cousin Miss Stella SemonesMiss Clark of Jackson ville who has been visiting her cousin Mrs Oscar Clark has re turned home Miss Nellie Miles of Bagdad is visiting Miss Maggie Smith There will be prayermeeting at Antioch every Sunday morning- at 10 oclock A very large crowd was disap pointed last Sunday morning at preacherthere Misses Sallie and Jane McQueen spent Sunday with Mrs Elizabeth Lewis Mr George called on his best girl Sunday lastMiss Stella Seuiones We are glad to say that Mrs James Brawner is improving very nicely We hope to see her out again We are all glad to see Mr Wil Bryant and Mr Duard Law rence back at Honeysuckle Miss Roan Goins spent Satur day with Miss Clara Roberts We all wonder what has become of Jim Harrod as he has not been seen in Htuieland for some time We hope will soon be seen in the city again Mr Frank Smith and family spent Sunday with his father Mr F M Smith at Harvieland Mr John S Bryan visited hist daughter Sunday last Mrs Ben Marshall of Honeysuckle Mr F B Banta and family spent Sunday with Mr Tom Thurman and wife Miss Mary Lewis of Bethelivisited friends here Mr T W Bryan and wife of Bethel spent Sunday with her mother Mrs H T Smith BLUE EYE Are just now on Display here Tailored Garments 1expressing the Very Latest Fashion Fitting and Modishand representing Extraordinary Values We to lie ho A McDougall Kitchen Cabinet WILL save you hundreds of steps because everything you need in the preparation a meal can be found in the cabinet without yonr going back and fourth from the kitchen table to pantry and closet A McDougall Kitchen Cabinet takes the place of the kitchen table ahd gives you the same nnob strutted working service as the tablewith a drop leaf at either end if desired Think of the convenience it would be to you in the preparation of a meal to have all the food supplies dishes cooking utensils flour sugar salt spices and everything else within the instant reach of your hand without your leaving the cabinet Think what it would mean to you in the saving of time as well as in the saving of steps Think what it would mean to yon when you came to make up your grocery order to be able to look through the cabinet and tell exactly what you need without looking in a dozen different places R ROGERSW SONS261r SOLE AGENTS FRANKFORT KY FOUND PETRIFIED FOOT While at work on the excava tion for the foundation of the new glass works Mr W F Smootj unearthed a petrified foot encased in a mocasin It was evidently that of an Indian or a white hunter who wore mocasius It was about four feet under the earthwhen found BUGGY SMASHED While u colored boy was driv ing the buggy and horse of Dr N M Garrett along Second street on Saturday en route to the livery stable of Mr W F Hearn the horse became frightenedand dashed upon the pavement at the corner of Bridge and Second tearing the top of the buggy oft The norse was also considerably out and bruised The colored boy although frightened almost death hung on and was unhurt when the horse was caught COLLECTION OF REVENUE The following is the report of internal revenue taxes collected by Deputy Collector Grant L Roberts for the month of August 2801 barrels 87892610 tax gallons 9008186 amount of tax r OLD AYLORi THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors i Frankfort Kentucky 1j I c Splendid Childrens FrankfortI JUDGE OREARS SPEECH Judge E C ORear of Mt Sterling spoke at the Courthous in Versailles Monday in the in terest of local option and it i conceded by all who heard him that his speech was one of the ablest in behalf of this question they ever heard Judge ORear is one of the strongest members of the Court of Appeals and enjoys to a high degree the respect and confidence of his fellowjus tices and all others who have business with the States highest court He is heartily in favor of local option and gives his reasons therefor in a vigorous convincing manner His speech will result in great good to the cause hereIMidway C i pperIDr Weavers Syrup and Oroto SQcceIatu1 treatment for blood and akin diioMM BANK STOCK FOR SALt Thirteen shares of the Deposit Bank Stock for sale Address J M STEVENSON Attorney at Law- Winchester Ky- t iNew Fast Train T- OCoIorado UTAH AND THE PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May The new trains will leave St Louis In daily Thu to wrote points 1010 in dailyDouble daily service- Through sleeping car for SnuFran ciseo Excursion tickets now on wale For further information call on or address KT G MATTHEWS Trav Pass Act Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Ian Pass k Ticket Agt St Louis Mo W ANTED Gentleman or lady with good reference to travel by nail or with a rig for a firm of 1072eper year and expenses salary adsstampJos426m JOHN EDG- EBHICKMASON FRANKFc7RT XY Will build Chimneys Cisterns and Milk houses in any part of County Boiler Furnace work and repairs Phone 528 336ai RAILROAD TIME TABLE L N Louisville Accommodation leaves 540 a m Louisville Accommodation returns 015 p m Train Weet 035 a m Train West 850 p m Train East 949 a Train East 420 p C0Westbound 909 a m Westbound 014 p m Eastbound 1013 n m Eastbound 7 p m F0Le- aves for Paris 00 a in Returns 1325 a m Leaves for Paris i 300 p m Returns 720 p m JW WATSON Ticket Agent Iustructive Interesting Correct English How to use it A Monthly Magazine devoted to tho Use of English JOSEPHINE TUUCJ BAKE Editor PARTIAL CONTEXTS Course in Urammer VocabularyTheShall and Will Should and Would How to Use them DictionaryOorreot Correct English in the School What to Say and What Not to Say Course in Letter Writing and Punctua tion Alphabetic list of Abbreviations business English for the Business Man Compound Words How to Write Them Studies English Literature AGENTS WANTED 100 n Year Send 10 cents for single copy con nECl ENGLISH Evanston Ills 522t j TfleFranRfortRDunclaDDUt Entered at the uostortice nt Frankfurt Ken tucks as secomlilnss niailolili matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT SEPT I1906 IANOTHER FRIEND CALLED HENCE Wo were shocked and saddened on Wednesday when the news came that Mr Emilius Moraney of Versailles had lain down lifes burden and gone to his reward He was about 52 years of age A hightoned Southern gentler Jmnn refined cultured gentle r and true His health had been fi poor for several years but his sudde call was a great shock to r his large circle of friends Mr Morancy was a brother of Mr H P Morancy of Versailles and of Mrs John R McKee of Woodford county Until recently he was the owner of the fine old White homestead t located at Lock No 5 on the Kentucky River Owing to poor health he had disposed of the place and had gone to St Louis in search of restoration We have known him many years our relations being of the most cordial and friendly charac ter In fine no one who really 1knew Emilius Morancy could fail t to admire and respect him for his 4 manly character He was as gentle and tender as a woman as fearless as a Roman Centaur and as shy as a maiden He had never married but hisI admiration and respect for ladies was unbounded He was a devout ChristianThe were brought to this city on Thu day morning the funeral being conducted by his pastor Rev Father Beeler assisted by Rev Father Major after which he was lain away in the family lot in the Catholic CemeteryFriend after friend departs Who has not lost a friend We tender to the sorely afflicted relatives of our departed friend our tender sympathy PROGRAMit By reference to our advertising columns it will be seen that the railroad authorities have changed 4their minds and another excur sion from this city to Cincinnati will be run over the F C and Q C C Railroads tomorrow Sunday This will be the las 1of the season Read the ad for further information The BetterWayT- he tissues of the throat are inflamedand irritated you coughand there is more irrita onmor takee a cough mixture and it eases th- irritationfor e a while You take SCOTTSEMULSION and it cures the cold That what is necessary It soothes the throat because it reduces the irritation cures the cold because it drives out the inflammation builds up the weakened tissues because it nourishes them back to their natural strength Thats how Scotts Emulsion deals with- a sore throat a cough a cold or bronchitis WELL yOU FREE SCOTT I BOWNE l 1 INtw Cured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure- Heart disease is curable but in people of advanced age it does not readily lend to ordinary treatment however hope for all sufferers In Dr Miles Heart Cure which we know from watching hun dreds of cases and from the letters of grateful sufferers will cure where all else has failed It is not only a wonderful cure for weak and diseased hearts but it is a blood tonic a reg ulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for im proving the circulation of the blood During the Civil war I contracted heart disease and in 1896 while living in the grand old town of Lexington Va I grew so much worse I left there to visit my sister law Mrs T A Kirby at Roanoke Va While I said nothing to anyone I never expected to live to return to the dear old town reaching Mrs Kirbys she insisted I should try Heart Cure I cured a few bottles of it alt o the Nervine- and Tonic After using one or two bottles I could see no improvement and I despaired of ever being better but faithful Bitted on up which did Improvement soon began in earnest and I took in all fifteen or sixteen bottles 1 was reo stored to perfect health and while I am 70 years old Iam comparatively a boy You sir are a recom mend Dr Miles heart Cure to sufIerin- 2humanityJ L SLAUGHTER Salem Va All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Send free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addrei Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind ZION YODER POIGNARD ACCIDENTALLY KILLED On Tuesday last Hon Yod Poignard was run over and killed by a railroad train near his home in Taylorsville Mr Poignard was advanced in years and his eyesight was poor The accident occurred on a steep grade and was due to that gentleman walking in front of the train Mr Poignard was an able man a member ofn very prominent family He was a cousin of Mrs W F Barret Mrs W T Scott and Mrs Jos Bailey of this city GOOD NEWS TO WOMEN Father Williams Indian Tea Na tures Remedy is becoming the most popular Female Remedy in usePale Weak Nervous Delicate Women suffering from those weak nesses and diseases peculiar to their sex will find in Father Wil liams Indian Tea a wonderful Tonic and Regulator It quiets the Nerves puts on flesh gives strength and elasticity to the step brightens the eyes clears the com plexion and makes you well and strong again Tea or Tablets 20 cents For eale by Frankfort Drug Co 2 OASPOXlX L Bears the- Signature of A SPRAINED HIS ANKLE- t As Circuit Clerk Ben Marshall was coming out of the courthouse yard on Monday afternoon he stepped down on an inclined step and slipped heavily badly sprain ing his left ankle It was feared at first that the ankle was broken but upon examination this was found to bo a mistake and he was taken to his home in his brothers Mr L B Marshall buggy This is just the time to call attention to this step which is a menace to the safety of pedes trians for several have met with accidents at this point although not as serious as that to Mr havingthe agosThis stone step is so worn and sloping that it is very dangerous Have it fixed before something worse happens- DELIGHTFUL CANTELOUPES Our friend Mr Thos J Holder is selling some of the finest canteloupes ever seen on this market They are topnotchers and are superb melons Watch for his wagon and you will not regret it tti r8 4 Jift i CINCINNATI FALL FESTIVAL Cincinnati 0 August 31 Special The big Fall Festival has ijoiii thrown open to the pub lie Tucsdny at 11 oclock Pros Otto Armleder ofthiaHv doclurecl the gates open and dedicaUd tho big show to the public At dusk on the oppuiny dayas scheduled 20000 naming bnl loons mounted into the air and for more than an hula the sky over the city was literally hung with fire A more brilliant sight was never seen in the West than this War of the Balloons They plunged about high over the city crashed into each other burned and gouged holes into each other making a trnly novel spectacle While the balloons were mounting higher and higher huge dynamite bombs were hurled high into the air the explosions being heard for miles around They were fired at twenty differ ent points about the cityIAt S oclock first American performance of The Blue Moon the musical spectacle imported from London was witnessed by more than three thousand people in Music Hall The premiere of this funny extravaganza was brilliant Principals and chorus acquitted them selves in honorable style and in the second and last act when the grand stage pageant of more than 250 people elephants horses etc passed in a grand finale the audi ence rose in cheers The Fighting the Flames show at the several performances during the day drew heavily A more realistic battle against fire could not be devised Everything tending to make the performances spectacular in the extreme has been put into the show There are real fire engines and other firefighting paraphernalia expert firemen etc and the ladder scaling and lifesaving feats of the fire laddies are truly remark ableThe shows about Washington Park are a veritable worlds car nival in themselves There are dozens of firstclass attractions making the place as lively as the St Louis Pike Crowds are fill ing the city and every train brings in hundreds of others- APPOINTED SUBSTITUTE LETTER CARRIER Mr John Walcutt son of Mr D B Walcutt has been appointed letter carrier to fill the vacancy occasioned by the promotion of Mr John Miles Emmitt to the regular force He has entered upon the discharge of his duties Rheumatism is not incurable Stubborn Yes But Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy will if faithfully used drive it out of the sys tem Its the blood thats at fault Poisonous crystals like sand get into the joints and muscles Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy prevents this It drives Rheuma tism from the blood and then Rheumatism dies We roommeud and sell it Sold by all druggists NEW LAW FIRM Messrs Jas A Violett and L Frank Johnson have formed a partnership in the practice of th law The new firm will hav their office in the Violett building north of the First Baptist Church on St Clair street The firm will bo known as John son Viotett WHEN WE ARE IN A HURRY In these days of rush and hurry courtesy is often forgotten Ill the mad pell moll rush of our life little things are done to often that we rather remained undone A hastily eaten meal and its re sultant headache may cause us social or financial loss The wise man or woman is the one whu re lieves little ills of this sort by a little dose of Kodol For Dyspep sin It digests what you eat and puts your stomach back into shape Sold by J W Gayle 7f genuineLaxative the remedy that cures a colds one day 1JJifi J 3a Jl t w f- Pleasant ao Jake I Laxative SyrupuNATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION j g11 y Ask Your Doctor v And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nause u ness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil j Tarpaulins J Monkey Wrenches Pipe Eittings and Wrenches I FRANK G1STAGG1l Hardware Pants Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISCOLL QualityJ The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place DRISCOLLe216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky 125 CINCINNATI AND RETURN F C Ry Queen Crescent Route ISUNDAY SEPT 2nd SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES FRANKFORT 7 A M Stopping at all intermediate stations and Returning Leaves Cincinnati 815 p m BASE BALL TtUO CAHJIS All New Attractions at Coney Island Chester Park andtLagoon Grand Concert Daily at the Zoo e r j ff lV TrMlail Ro f W ii 1fBJfMPtW jHE A CAR ED ALL OVER 7HE W Drt y MIIIS 1ifj plain simple and ornate ICases Gold Gold Filled or Ii r ii i I r t t1 For the Roundabout ACROSS FENCESFARMING Grandma believed in early rising She said it made people c live longer and healtier lives She herself was in the seventies iuid was always well while grand couldrjoyed for years Corn cakes with 0the sweetest butter broiled chick en fried apples and coffeefit for t the godsclear fragrant de licious Grandma said Hunger made a heap uv difference in a persons appetite an even ice cream an cake wouldnt taste good if you wuzent in ther mood fur hit Grandpa read a Psalm and offered a short prayer after we had eaten It was an old custom handed down the ages and the fervent appeal touched my heart with a Christian sympathy After ward he said he wuz gointer mill an we could go with him over ter Johns Grandma was included in the invitation which was accepted Then we visited the attic where I saw many interesting objects Two lard fir kins 100 years old Brass andirons worth their weight in gold coin Books of forgotten history A white beaver with a war record old handmade coverlids and N towels which some society woman rwould have given much to possess I could have spent several hours with profit to myself but grand callingiThat trip was one of the events llof the summer Wo went in a wagon Grandma in a chair and I on the seat with grandpa who I drove the bay mare with care ful consideration and slower dis patch He never believed in racing as John did Too much danger and besides a fast driver wuz allers craukynoticned and w hide bounded I enjoyed the syllogisms The road was a mud on the north by boulders on the east by rail fenc ing on the west by stone wall and on the south by sloshy holes rook filled and bumpified at pleasure jbThe way was picturesque indeed Twenty Minutes Time Enough To Cure the Worst Headache From Any CauseNew Reduction Method Most headaches and pains yield Instantly to the new Reduction Method Dr Shoops Twenty Minute Headache Cure The cause tor these pains is congestion a rushing of blood to the nerve centers which distends the veins to nearly the bursting point Swollen and enlarged these veins und capillaries exert an irritating nerve branches and ipressuroonthemyr a Apain and finally that less ache This new Beductlon Method disperses the blood distributes the overflow and di rectsHtotbepro per channels It1 trees the nerve centerstroman- pressure and lrritationtlie pains and aches disap pear because their cause has been ro moved You maytryatbou sand rcma diesyou may drug and stn pity the nerves f Into submission but the remedy which brings prompt relief and permanent reduces- rho will be successful because It congestion it must embody the Reduction Method v Medicine has thus found a way simple and surd yet the only way to thoroughly overcome these attacks of Head ft ache and Neuralgia The effect of DrShoopa Twenty Minute Headache Cure is prompt per featly suited to all forms of Headache and abso lately positive In every temperament For aoli and recommended ALL DEALERS ILt 1e t If KEEPING R GOOD W1TC1yaY Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee then to be accurate timekeepers Ij NI A SELBERX with interlacing of tree branches leafy shadowed Vild creepin- vines crimson blossomed ran u to the tip top of the tallest trees A woodsy smell filled the air and the green mossy cliffs we were nearingwith the low murmur of water told that we were close to the ford on the Elkhorn There was a bridge but grandpa waned to fill up a water barrel and choose that crossing instead I would love to have waded across The stream at that particular spot was not deep and a childish memory whispered it was one of the old lang syne fishing pools We crossed over after U Boston had drunk her fill of the clear re freshing fluid and after climbing a hill of unpretending yet never theless laborious elevation we came out upon a white upland highway called a pike with tele phone poles along the borders and upon either side wellgrown crops of tobacco and corn Into a broad driveway with an avenue of elm and maple through a modern selfacting gate we jolted up to the very door of a beautiful residence and were wel comed by John his three boys and his charming wife1 The solicitude of helping mother from her chair was a pleasing incident and the hospitable handclasp of each made me too come in as one of the family Father de clined the invitation to get out saying he wuz a goin ter mill but wud leave ther women folks ter spend ther day After which he left us to tho sweet courtesies of his sons home It was an ideal farm High dry and well adapted for cultivation being partly set in clover and more than a third in bluegrass pastures What impressed me most was the trees almost like the dreams of other years loft to shed their leaves undisturbed save by the rustle of the rabbits tread or the softfooted snow in the early fall of winter- I went all over the farm view ing the stockcattle hogs and horses Hearing how one farmer did the work of two or even more with his gasoline engine and other motive power used in plowing cutting up corn stalks for feed ohopping oats and shredding shucks They were dipping sheep that morning in an ooze of sul phur copperas and other ingredi ents disease and ver mine The herd was about 50 half Cotswold and onehalf Lans downe Healthy looking clean limbed and remunerative from a monetary standpoint John WitS feeding hogs for market Jersey Red Money in these and an inclination to buy up yearlings to fead roughness when tho swine was off hands He was an upto date practical young farmer edu cated at a college for countryfnt clined youths with energy Ho made everything on his farm worth while and raised everything to keep them well and happy except sugar and coffee the eggs purchasing those luxuries His intense interest in his wor impressed one with the eternal fitness of things Just across the creek in an oldfashioned environ ment lived another generation here in the cultured ethics of a new birth lived a newer civiliza tionthe farmer Koutuckian N S COX Concluded in our next l tk t i STAMPING GROUND Misspfrom a visit to relatives in Frank fort Misses Hattie and Lucille Old ham of Kansas City Mo are guests of relatives here We regret to learn that Miss Fannie Graves is sick with typhoid fever Mr J T Settle was stricken with partial paralysis last week Dr P H Crutchfield has as his guess Mrs J R Williams and children of Wilmore Mr Cyrus T Duvall has gone to Denver Col in search of health We hope he may soon be entirely well Those who know say that it has rained 21 days out of 24 in Au gust Mr G W Wilson had the mis fortune to have a fine horse drop dead on the road from Owen county where he had purchased some hogs and was hauling them homeMarriedSunday in Frankfort Mr John Richards town marshal and Miss Stella Conway daughter of Mr J W Conway were married by Rev Dr M B Adams DiedOn the Woodlake pike a fiveyearold child of Mr David Shelton died of diphtheria The remains were buried by two neigh bors There had been five cases in the family The others are recoveringBy from Huntingon Ark we learn that Mr Geo 11 Talbott formerly of the Citizens Bank of this place cashier of tho State Bank of Arkansas at that place had defaulted and left for parts are caused by Indigestion If you tat s little too much if you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt had shortness of breath rapid heart bests heartburn or palpitation of the heart Indigestion causes tho stomach to expand swell and puff up against the heart This crowds the heart and inter feres with its action and in the course of time the heart becomes diseased KodolDyspepsia Cure digests what you eat takes the strain of of the heart and contributes nourishment strength and health to every organ of the body Cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Inflammation of the mucous membrane lining the Stomach and Diges Uve Tract NElous Dyspepsia and Catarrb of the jAfter eating my food would distress me by maldna heart and would become very week ImmrkMRS LORINQ NICHOLS Penn Yen N I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as had heart troublo with It took Kodol Dyspoptl Cure for about four months and it cured KAUBLBi Miradft 0 Digests What You Eat ollubottleholdea mist M the irUI or cent duJ rnpued t the Lb tcrrotBODWlM OoOMloOtA FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE c Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reet IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD z WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE There are persons in every community who buy F nothing but the best and to such persons it is priceThisanyfactoryunder a GUARANTEE that means SOME anykindrepainting resentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without cost Seller Carriage GozVERSAILLES KY H K WARD C M BROWXIXG President Sec and Treas unknown The bank was secured by a bonding company Hosleyifort have returned home Dr Vm Mason has opened an office in the Kelley house He has recently come here Mr Clark Roberts has as his guests his father and mother Mr Zack Roberts and wife of Owen county Mr J R Tucker and wife visited relatives in Eminence last weekThe Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian Church ill have an ice cream supper this after noon in the office of Dr F H Crutchfield and at the Town Hall tonightElder Win Ellis of Cynthiana who was to have conducted a pro tracted meeting in the Christian Church commencing September 24 is very ill and will not be able to come here Misses Margaret and Lucille Culvert were guests of Mrs 0 W Triplett in Lexington TuesdayUNO CSIJIORXBears the A 18 Fool SOlIg For people in troublewe just some how cant help it But if oc got you in trouble by buying cheap flour just buyJ E M next time and your troubles will be over Tee J E m milling Go e t J L Free In order to more thoroughly introduce the celebrated CRAM f ITONIC HAIR FOODtand Dandruff Cure in this community we will give FREE to every third person who will cut out this advertisement and present it at our store within ten days a regular sized bottle of this famous remedy for the hair and scalpYCRANITONIC HAIR FOOD is sold under Uo absolute guarantee Free To every third person who presents this ad vertisuient within tenydays IJ W GAYLE DruggistICorner Ann and Broadway jFrankfort Ky Illinois Central Seventh 8 River Louisville No lCl Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 90 p in Arrive j45 a m New Orleans Special No Leaves rJ p in Arrives 585 p m No Local Mall No Leaves 720 u m Arrives 455 p m For Fulton Paducah and intermediate points Connection to and from Elizabeth town HodgeuvilU and Hopldiwvillo except no Sunday service to Elizabethtown and Hodgen ville Stops ut ell stations No Accommodation No Leaves 430 p m Ar tves 955 a m For Central City Connecting service to ouSunAll Trains Run Dally s 1 A BEATHS PARK At the residence of her uncles Messrs Congleton Bros on Wednesday Miss Annie Park l1aged 20 years of heart failure Miss Park was a lovely young of of girl just budding into woman hood She was a devout member a of the Christian Church The remains were taken to her old homo at Station Camp Estill county on Thursday morning MILAMIu Oakland Cali fornia August 14 of a paralytic stroke Moses Milam the last re- mainingi member of the family of James and Susan Milam deceased of Benson Franklin coun ty Kentucky Moses Milam was born June 12 1S2C He was 80 years 2 months and 2 days old He worked at the carpenters trade The last work he did in Kentucky was on the residence of Eben Steadman now owned by Mr Martin at Steadmans old mills He was a volunteer in Co B Capt Chambers 2d Regiment IKentucky Volunteers in the ilex ican War and participated in the battle of Buena Vista He went to Missouri iu 1854 and next year married Miss Harriett E Stokes of Harrisonville Mo In 1859 he moved to Holton Kansas and experienced some of the evolutions of bleeding Kansas He left Kan sas in 1889 remained three years in Healdsburg then moved to the place of his demise One child Dr Thomas Milam was born to iniOakland November 17 1902 Milam leaves his esteemed wife and daughter to mourn his loss Mr Milam was a consistent f member of the Presbyterian r Church and died in the faith His remains were interred in the Soldiers Plot of Mountain View Cemetery Oakland Cal H rHAPPY RESULTS Have Made Many Frankfort Resi dents Enthusiastic No wonder tcores of Frankfort citizens grow enthusiastic It is enough to make anyone happy to find relief after years of suffering Public statements like the follow ing are but truthful representa tions of the daily work done in Frankfort by Doans Kidney Pills W T Frazier proprietor of Fraziers Chndy Kitchen 43 St Clair St residing at No5 Second St says The efficacy of Doans Kidney Pills was amplyproven in my case I suffered from back ache a great deal often so severely that I could not turn in bed In the morning when I got up it was a common thing to feel lame and sore inthe back Being on my feet so much of the time in my store no doubt tended to aggra 4vate the trouble Anxious to find l some relief and a permanent cure if possible when I learned of Doans Kidney Pills and saw them so highly recommended by people living nearby I went to J W Gayles drug store and got- a box It was a glad surprise to me to find that after taking them removStreatment and by the time I had finished the box the trouble was entirely removed Uptodate I have felt no recurrence It is a pleasure to me to endorse this preparation For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDonn and i take no other- APPOINTED SPECIAL JUDGES Judge B G Williams of this city has been appointed special judge of the Estill Circuit Court Hon L F Johnson of this city has been appointed special r judge of the Rockcastlo Circuit Court I t tI CALIFORNIA LETTER HealdsburgCal Aug 20 1900 Editor Roundabout I have just returned from a two weeks camp on the coast at old Fort Ross forty miles west of here This was an old settlement the Russians in the early part the last century in their en leaver to wrest California front the Mexicans They erected two block houses a barracks and a small primitive Greek Catholic Church The Russians were partially bought and driven out and the place fell into American hands These buildings used to be quite an interesting landmark which I have visited several times before On former visits the old church was about as the Russians had left it with rustic altar old fashioned benches crucifix and many other Russian relics but the earthquake tumbled matters around and the old church lies groundThe is ex cellent fishing on an incoming tide besides good for sea bathing Our party cf four caught over 000 pounds of fish sea trout ocean bass bullhead and sea perch besides taking large quantities of abilonies The latter is a species ofoyster only very much larger and with only a half shell the front of the fish being stuck fast to the large rocks from which it can be prized with an iron spear at low tide The bullhead is a good eating fish similar to yourI yellow or channel catfish sea perch is very much like the Elkhoru red eye The sea perch is a peculiar species and must belong amongthe mammals as it lays its young already hatched I have seen hundreds of minnows onehalf to throequarter inch long come from a fish weighing onehalf pound Large schools of whales are seen half mile out from the beach sporting sometimes spouting water twenty or thirty feet high I suppose your readers are tired of hearing about earthquake talk We people out here are trying to forget them Chile however very vividly refreshes our mem ory My visit to the coast and witnessing the effects there ma terially changed my preconceived idea of the causes of our shake of April 18th last I had an idea that tremblers were caused by the agitation of internal fires or pent up gases I am now satisfied that an immense slide toward the northItf a tract of earth one mile wide next to the ocean and 300 miles long was the cause of our recent commotion What caused thi tract to slide I cannot tell Maybe a vacuum oc curred jn the ocean and there was a slide to fill it up I saw unmis takable evidence that this large body of land had actuallyslipped north ten feet I passed over a portion of the slide for a mile or two Others who had traced the fissure or fault said it began near Salinas and entered the ocean Stewarts Point a distance of 27 miles The line was very eviden- by the broken and torn up surface of the ground all along the fault Fences and roads crossing the fault were slipped north on the ocean side ten feet out of line Large redwood trees in the line of the fault were split from deep down in the ground clear to thei tops I will send you a photo 0 one with one of our party in the split tree also one of the old church Towns and dwellings within seventyfive miles were shaken and damaged It was the shock and jar of this immense body of earth crashing along against the immovable part that caused our earthquake Imagine the fate of any town or city tha was on the immediate line of tha slide destruction was inevitable H C HODGES FAMILY REUNION The family of the late Mr Alexander Julian had a reunion it the old homestead now occupied by Mr Clarence Julian on the Louisville pike on Sunday ast Mrs Geo W Chinn o this city Major H g Julian of Kansas City Mo Mr Tarlton G Julian of Florida and Mr Jlarence Julian together with the four grandchildren of Mr Alex Julian were present They had a delightful reunion t k i LETTER LIST The following is the list of advertised letters for the week ending Sept Cnrr Magpie Carter Miss Mollle Duvmill Ben David Win Hnpg Mrs J J Hicks Clnyburn C Hughes Miss Helen Allen Oldlmn Miss Lucllll Peters Huston Price Win Rntllff Miss Elizle Shirley Ed Smither R M Thornton Mavlnin Watkins B 0 Williams Miss May When calling for the above lttters please say SPM- THE a COLORED PEOPLES FAIR The best and most enterprising- of our colored population have formed an association for the purpose of giving an agricultural and hortcultural fair commencing Thursday next September 6 and continuing three days The list of premiums is large and the competition will no doubt be close This is a move in the right direction and we hope that it will be so liberally patronized that it may be a successs in every way leading these good people- to make the fair a permanent in stitutionWe the enterprise and refer those desiring further information to the catalogue which has been issued from the press AND INSIDE IOlTSIDE the skin and rids the pores of refuse A bath makes for better fellowship and citizenship Not only should the outside of the body be cleansed but occasional use of a laxative or cathartic opens the bowels and clears the system of effete matter Best for this are DeWitts Little Early Risers Pleasant little pills that do not gripe or sicken Sold by J W Gayle OFF FOR CAMP The Second Regiment Band of this Capt John Brady com Imnnding find about twenty mem bers of Battery A under com mand of Capt C W Longmire left for Henderson on Thursday where they went into camp with the Second Regiment Kentucky National Guards CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought 5Bears they oft e r Dr Cmlys Condition Yawners are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier arj vermifuge They are not food 1 1 medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 0 cents per packager For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle GOOD FARM FOR SALE I wish to sell my farm of 16 acres of fine lahd located on Mali Elkhorn next to Mrs P J Raileys farm Good improve meats barn etc Two tenant particularstMRS T J TODD Frankfort Ky Aug 4lm Dr Weavers Treatment Bjrnp purifies the blood Cerate heals skin eruption STREET OAR SCHEDULE Cars will leave the Capital Hotel for 02f till 0iO p in After that every twenty minutes till 1030 On the cemetery line they leave game place at 080 a in and every thirty minutes till 1000 p in Park cars leave Capital Hotel at 040 a m and every thirty minutes till 1010 pm Leestown cars leave Capital Hotel at 050 a m and every thirty minutes till 1020 p in J D SALLEE Supt 2 r J I t q rf The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been u c1 in use for over 30 years has borne the signature ofj cand has been made under his personal i supervision since its infancy j no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but ii Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment Rrrr What is CASTORIA 3 Fi Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare ff t gorie Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It iJf contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic f substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms t and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind t Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation tt and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of ctihe 11 The KM You Have Always Bought i In Use For Over 30 Years t F TNt et TUH mitCT t1 When we make you an estimate on LUMBER you know what you are paying for each item Try u- sHammond Go 20000 IN IPnBMmM tI- JZ Z f 5 J u U t1 V Allow Xi sleep THE = BIG = BIU GRASS =FAIR 20000 N f PHIHM8 rrf y o f E nlro Cla C mlug 2 iO Z to 1- 11m LEXINGTON t SEPTEMBER 17th TO 2MThe biggest and bet Fair ever held In the South Classifications include all classes of Live Stock and Agricultural Products Kopps famous Military Band Highclass Amusements of all sorts For Catalogue and other Information address GEO A BAIN Secy 2Lexington Ky R C SPECIAL 4 375 CINCINNATI AND RETURN ACCOUNT f Fall Festival August 28 31 Sept 41 7 11 14 18 and 21 t Tickets limited to five days in addition to date of sale For full purticulars apply to I t tl CHAS W HAYIii t1 General J t0 J Z FTEINTTrON BUILDERS 1 7 NOW IS BHRN BUILDINC TIMEIj i cs yI St St IN liThe of that e serial for the year in im UB as it goes From it of the stry winch tilted and the feud u arose hll and A Clark of the of first to reach the of his the cap t lost pages in AmA can A by C N and A M is a of the of of the is the no count of a with the Ena The years war the New York and J The of Life t v nee Wood con rt iuiues an of lives up to the made in the in the his Robin Goo fllow tells the of how the with a South tale The of Last NO MAN IS THAN HIS cal Is derived front food If a Bple can die of who have ndant food to eat when the organs of and gan of tide body If the Is weak the body will bo weak also because it is upon the stomach the body relies for its And as the body as a whole Is made up of Its several mem ach will be among the or gans which compose the body If the body Is weak because it is tip i vsical will be found in liver etc liver be and Inactive giving rise to loss of weak nerves feeble or action 01 Pare of Quebec writes For years after my health began to fall my head grow dizzy eyes pained me and my stomach was sore all the time whllo I would eat would seiin to lie heavy like ana prescribed for me and although took Medical Discovery and stop taking the doc tors medicine She bought me a bottle and we soon found that I began to Improve so I P Dont be by a be Just as good ples Common Sense Medical AdvIser A Pierce 003 Main Street Buffalo N Y t I BUY ONLY BEST a of Crimp Steel Due and Two Ply Floroid Three Ply Eelt Slaters Felt and Paper Lime Cement Salt c5 07309 lain PC SOWER CO 307309 Main WHATS McCLURES Story Montana begun August McOJures gains along dnyshedevelopment mining c011dijItdbitter between Marcus William Th- esy quarrel Clarks attempts United States Senate spectacular defeatandof Montana Septembointeresting history Royal Romance Williamson timely narrative young King Englishgirlfeatures article personal interview r Princess between thirty Mutual Equitable companies surprisingdisclosures Hendrioks Story Eugene original article NiagaraThe department onI September McClures record August number Kipling fifthof stories charming legend fairieswere alpearsforremarkable African Trader Notch STRONGER STOMACH havodyspcpslaBndstrength starvation stomach ncritsissocluto digestion dutyThusstomach strength considered thobodydistributed illnourIshed weakness gallsheart kidneys biliousness appetite irregular hebackacheweaknessesMr everything looklikewheedled pennycrabbing forDrbodyIn stainfor Dont Neglect Your Roof BUT THE We carry Full Line Iv Roofing Roofing Roofing Building strengthf stomhextentli thatftbetterDlywife mynowacl1 donetor B Jones Butcher is a satire by Samuel Hopkins Adams in which one man singlehanded fights a trust J hn McIntyre tells an amusing tale of boy life thstitle of The Three and James Hopper contributes a comedy of Filipino HfeI Ben evolent Assimilation There is a realistic narrative of a Western political campaign by Viola Rose hero and a poem hy Florence Wilkinson liThe Mountain God The frontispiece of the Septem ber number from a painting by N C Wyeth represents The Prospector a significant figure in Western history W Hath erell has drawn the pictures from James Hoppers story Andre Frederic DorrIJO and Steele illustrate Kiplings fairy tale and L Raven Hill has made artistic drawings for The Three Wise Men Eugene Woods article on Niagara is accompanied by some remarkable color reproductions DONT BE SORE When two strong men come to blows even if they are well matched it is not a pleasing getsIbetter and feel hotter in short order Be sure you get DeWitts Good for everything a salve is used for including piles De Witts is the original Witch Hazel Salve and the best You want DeWitts Sold by J W Gayle HfflT = Early Risers The famous little pills DANGEROUSLY CUT On Friday evening just as the crowd were entering the Gentry Bros Pony and Dog Show tent on Holmes Street a crowd of dis orderly negroes became boisterous and were pushing their way into the show when a difficulty arose in the course of which Mr James B West son of Capt I T West was dangerously cut on the inside of the left thigh The gush was about six or seven inches long and was evidently made by a razor Had the cut been half an inch deeper it would have been necessarily fatal It was a glancing cut and extended two inches deep It took ten stitches to close the wound properly- The scoundrel who did the cut tiug in the excitement made his escapeCapt West wife and grandson were inside tho tent awaiting the commencement of the entertain mont and as soon as informed of the trouble Capt West secured a vehicle and brought his son to his homo on Main street where Dr E E Hume had been sum moned and dressed the wound At this writing Mr Vest is doing nicely RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn rector being absent sezveSunday July 29 980 a m Sundayschool a m Morning Prayer 780 p m Evening Prayer pmEverybody BAPTIST CHURCH RCT M B Adams D D the pastor will preach at a m and 730 p m Sundayschool 945 In the chapel bytheBaptist Young Peoples Union at 700 p m in the chapel meeting on Wednesday nIght at chapelVisitors Seats free CHRISTIAN OHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 p Sundayschool at 980 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at chapelThe meets Tuesday afternoon at 8 oclock Everybody invited FatherThomasLow Mass at 7HO a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p ni FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Dr W A Marquise of Louisville will preach at a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 980 a in Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 1580 p m Prayer nleeting Wednesday evening at 780 p Vislors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev JO-A Vaught the pastor will preach at a m and 745 p m Sundayschool at H45 a m Epworth League at 045 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 p Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN pnstorbeingeither hour- Sundtiyschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society at 700 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday at 780 invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school every Sunday afternoon Rev Jos Cleveland will preach at 380 p m Prof Tyler of Amherst Col lege said recently A man can live comfortably without brains no man ever existed without a dyspeptichasity Day by day people realize the importance of caring for their digestion realize the need of the use of a littlo corrective after overeating A corrective like Kodol For Dyspepsia It digests what you eat Sold by J W Gayle aWittLltt Eaaalw Risers The fameo pills LATEST STALES IS WALL PER I have n jo of all tho latest styles In vai paper Call aud ox ammo stool C 11 PMDGEFORD Main Street fr j usite Engine House 23tf Dr eVs Treatment Snap for the t Cerate for skin eruption LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANYIff SUMMER TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20 1906 EASTBOUND WESTBOUNDt DailyEx No2 IIPM Daily No4 Leave AM Daily 2Q5 745 0 Lexington 0 310 825 Winchester 825 837 E Junction 1 400 Clay City 481 tj410 923 Stanton 423 440 950 Campion Junction 357 445 964 Natural Bridge Iii 355 457 1008 Torrent 342 518 1029 ville Junction 645 1059 Athol 253 605 1126 O K Junction 230 610 1180 Jackson l4 225 K Ry Trains Nos and connect L E Junction with the C O Rr Rr Trains No8 and connect at Beattyrille Junction with the LAByand local station J R BARR CHARLES General Manager IJ OHIO AND IDally = A vej liiiIatom SundayTrains KENTUCKY ArINo I1i3 MisI No DailyEx Ip Lye Station IAlIArlpu rIto 980 II Jackson aso 1120 0 925 O K Junction 885 1126 843 Wllhurst 1152 880 152 Hampton tM 1158 128 Lee City 510 122 12 Heltchawa 5l8 122S 105 Cannel City 545 1245 Nos and will close connection at O k K Junction with Nos 3 and forrpoints on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent frankfort oiociiffj The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June oth 1005 e o84 u DAILY ECEYY- SUNDAY IPu1o 2 Lv D Frankfort Ar Summit l5172Elkhorn Stamping Ground Duvall Johnson u Georgetown t C S Depot J to1U2611 Newtown Centerville 8 Elizabeth 8 553 f Paris Junctn l 832545 Ar Paris fLv Georgetown Union Depot with Q Paris Union Depot with Kentucky N Frankfort Union Depot with L FRANKFORT CINCINNA T VIA IpM1 200 020 Lv Frankfort Ar ArjIAr AU PM 217I BETWEEN FRANKFORT lr CINCINNATI VIA PARIS AMjP IP M 62 1200 Lv Frankfort Lv Georgetown ArI 626 7131 1610 Lv arts Ar Cincinnati M KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS W a A 1i 23A 720P 47P 12A A Georgetown AI 9 04Ai62oP 8l1P 60A A Paris 8 54 P IIP 42A A Winchester L 243P 4iA1115PI54P A Richmond L 55P PlIO Cincinnati LI 55P GEO B HARPER C W HAY Pres andGenl Suot G A Chesapeake Ry Schedule in elect July 1 10DU sub ject to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West and Southwest 909 A M null GU P X Daily For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old A Point nUll Norfolk 1018 A M and 741111 Dally 23lyr 4 1Mb A DallyI Sund No1 DailyEx M lPM w 829iN RAILWAY M M Daily Ex Sund 11 No9 t Nils = 1jfaI 1760I make M Ohio at SPECIAL REDUCED RATES IArHENDERSON ROUTE TO JPuebloLos Angeles and San Diego a HOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES Season 1906 x Colonist Rates to California PointsIAND Great Northwest Dates Sale 15 to October 31 19061Ask Us For Full Information J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE Ky L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- LOUISVILLE Ky 11iA460YEAk8 EXPERIENCE I PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS icAnyone Rending a sketch nnd description may quickly ascertain our opinion aa inrcntinn probably Ions strlctlycott6dentlal on Iatenu tent free Oldest for socurluepatouts- Patents taken through Munu A receive wtal notice without charge in tho Scientific Hmerican handsomely Illustrated weekly Tareog eja culatlon of aclontlUc Journal Terms t byallnewedealeraMUNN Branch OSco ton t w v WINDUP PRICEI IN THE GREAT SalerC The great summer clearance sale has reduced summer lines of merchan dise to very small proportions To close these out we make the following ridiculously low prices The lots are smfell so hurry i 10 SUITS This sale starts this morning with about 40 suits left of our entire stock- of mens handmade fancy suits The cheapest suit sold for 20 the highest priced one for 25 Choice now for 10 But hurry 6 SUITS About 75 suits in mens and young mens sizes are left a few of which sold as high as 15 the remainder at 12 and 10 Choice now for y6- r But hurry 2 AND 150 SHIRTS 1 About ten dozen of these all made to fit and inviting patterns Plain and pleated bosoms Choice now 1 But hurry Manhattans not included in this offer 50c SHIRTS 30c About 15 dozen negligees most of them sizes l5i 16161 and 17 Worth 50c now 30c But hurry We impress you the necessity coming for lots will rapidly prices IL EE asc E ILE 13i4D tH J1 hi llrl lipl I SEXTETTE REDITABIE COMEDIANS IjGRBA BA STRELS RLOWS MIN Will Open Regular Theatrical tii Next Wednesday September 5ut Cup s ital Theatre A full house is assured Wednes day September 5 at the Capital Theatre when J A Coburns Great Barlow Minstrels will be seen in connection with the new scenic conception showing the big airship its propellers lifting aaero planes beautiful colored lights flags flying and the vari colord and handsome costumes of funnyIJr est ideas in song and bal t j L lad anIcoon shout story and Everythiiisnitieic Thin is the latestlaud bet effort of this popular singingr heard with this company it may not be here to say that mOl1ugerhuvejoyable and cleanest programmes- in the past few seasons of any similar attraction ever seen in Frankfort and we certainly ex tend congratulations to Mr Co burn and his company for the very creditable and continuous providingwhich any man woman or child may go without hearing or seeing J J yt WOMENS OXFORDS We have probably 250 pairs of womens oxfords to close out Read th absolutely low prices below and hurry SMALL SIZE OXFORDS 198 Worth 350 S30O S35O and 400 y Only 40 pairs of these sizes It to 3 only All this seasons styles againPatentLAIRD SCHOBER TAN OXFORDS 198 About 30 pairs of these worth 400 and 500 Choice 198 But come quick I WOMENS TAN OXFORDS WOMENS WHITE OXFORDS Choice of any womans tan oxfords except Laird Schober Cos Also I about 20 pairs of white linen welt sole oxfords worth 200 a pair Now L24 wish to on of quick vanish at Season chorus amiss one word or action of an embarrassing nature It is only a few years ago that a lady would hardly be persuaded to attend the so called nigger minstrels Today there s no more popular or interesting form of amusement or one that is being brought up to the highest standard possible especf lp by this company which SepItperfofinceisburn Dont miss it this season Sent sale opens at Barretts Monday morning at 7 oclock TORTURE BY SAVAGES Speaking of the torture to which some of the savage tribes in the Philippines subject their captives reminds me of the in tense suffering endured for three months from inflammation of the kidneys says W 11 Sherman of Gushing Me Nothing helped mo until I tried Electric Bitters three bottles of which completely curedme Cures Liver Complaint Dyspep sia Blood disorders and Malaria and restores the weak and nervous to robust health Guaranteed by all druggists Price 50o- UYSAUTO purIchaspdcanvass for business This firm is n very prosperous one RESCUE OF A MERCHANT A prominent merchant of Shon tmyaSeverna cough which grew worse and worse until I was hardly able to move around I coughed con myterribleKings New Discovery Before I had taken half a bottle my cough was much better and in a short time I was entirely cured I surely believe it saved my life It will always be my family rem edy for colds Fully guaranteed druggistsTrial 1tI AN AUTHORITATIVE OPINION Hero is what The Breeders Ga zette the leading live stock jour nal of the world has to say of the Big Bluegrass Fair The Bluegrass Fair to be held at Lexington Ky September 17 22 in the belief of the management will be the best fair ever held in the South Work to make it a complete success is under way by thoroughly com petent and aggressive officials who have been selected for their special fitness for it Prizes aggregating 25000 will be offered premiumsforany otlwr fair in the South for this class of stock The Amer ican Shorthorn Breeders Associa tion has duplicated the fairs premiums for Shorthorns and a poul organizedinmoro than 1500 to be added to the regular appropriation for the poultry show In view of the liberal appropriation for thn live stock division it is expected that a large exhibit of beef cattle will be made by leading breeders The show of thoroughbred horses the management writes is sure to be suporior to any ever seen There are munv features to commend the Bluegrass Fair not only KimIa up- preciative and interested spectaj tors is assured GeoA secretary of the first successful Kentucky State Fair is secretary of the Bluegrass Fair p KILLTHZ COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR cONSUMPTION IFree Burect and Quickest Cure for THBOAT and LUNG USB or XONT BACK 124 these small these aUI THE SECRET OF SUCCESS INo Sir v You cannot palm off substitute NiowersinceIJForty million bottles of August Flower sold in the United States alone since iiiw introduction And the demand for it i still growing Isnt that a fine showir AugtFlowercure of indigestion and dyspepsidh thu pinessgDoes I August Flower is a sure specific for all stomach and intestinal disorders that itI regulatorsQAugust record of over 35 years in curing the ailing milJ lions of these distressing complaints a qTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggistau For sale by J W Gnylo BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES IParis Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 0 n in to 7 p in mid at 0 and p in Leavo Purls every hour from 7 a in to 8 p m find 10 and p JUJGeorgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 0 aIm to 7 p m and at 0 mid p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 a m to 8 p m and at p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 0 a m to 0 p m and at 8 and 10 p m Leave Versailles very hour from 7 a m to 7 p in and at 0 and p m E T Phone 010 Home Phone 274 Managerltf