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RoUNDABoUTIprGEO YOLi XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 81 190B No I For the Roundabout JOHN B DRYDEN t Le Roi est Mort Vive Jo Roil Suoh was the cry of the people S in ancient times when wordwent forth that the king was dead fort the laws were such that as soon as the breath of life left the body of one king there was another ready made awaiting to take up the fallen scepter Hence the king M never dies Generally little grief was manifested and few tears t shed for the dead monarch for daysiWdom to the minutest detail went ton without jar or friction Much the same is true in our daytheI President the Governor or mayor is stricken by the hand of death yet the business of the na tion the State or the city never clashes or ceases to move in its accustomed routine But oh how sadly different it is when the father the king of the fire nndfevery department of the once ma chinelike system of the house hold is wrecked andtthe very ex istence of things in general is t doubted by those so ehearted andstricken loved ones No readymade king is there awaiting to assume the duties and fill the office that remains vacant the crown and scepter unused by an other forevermore These thoughts came to the writer when his lifelong friend and companion John B Dryden r was taken from his happy little kingdom And when I say happy little kingdom I mean all the term implies for with his loving disposition and thoughtfulness 1his watchful care and kindness of heart it couldjbe none other than f a perfectly contented and loving homecircle He was naturally a domestic man considering first the welfare and wishes of his i family before all elseand when the cares and worries of the busy day was done home was his chose- nFr haven content to be with the i happy wife and loving children rather than any other place When he did go out it was usually t in the company of his lifes part nerthe sharer of his joynd sorrows his faithful loving and constant companion his devoted wife How is it possible for any one to even attempt to console her wounded heart Words are idle and deeds availeth not She has the sad satisfaction of know ing that during the long contest with disease she was like a myiis tering angel in the sick room watchful faithful untiring unto the end And for this alone the God of the stricken ones will surely comfort her in her sore trial Much has been written of the public spiritedness of John B J Dryden but the truest index to this part of his character is found in the remarks of an excity offi cial who in speaking of him as an editor remarked that when ver tie started out to accomplish any improvement or reform no I matter how insignificant it might be he never once abandoned his object but with goodnatured persistence he kept the matter before the public until those in t authority were compelled to carry i 4 iIr tI his wishes in order to find re lOUt from his pen Every word is true In his quiet un ostentatious way ho has caused more improvements and minor reforms innugurntedI than any other half in Frankfort And nJII of it while any one else hnrdIing or disagreement between those interested Even his death the closing moment of his useful life was typical of his quiet manner for as the tired child sinks into tranquil slumber so did his weary spirit take its flight as the mortal reposeIof such a man is a calamity in any community Peaceful and undisturbed be his final sleep andI when we have traveled the he now treads may we be assured as he of finding a welcome on the other shore G IG OUT The Struggle Discourages Many a Citizen of Frankfort Around all day with an aching backCant rest at night Enough to make any one give out Doans Kidney Pills will give renewed2e They will cure tho back ache Cure every kidney ill Here is Frankfort proof that tilts is so- Wingato Thompson police oil cer of 29 Murray street Frank fort says Ordinary backache is sufficient to torment the average mortalbut when there is added to it trouble with the kidney secre tions which embarrasses during the day and breaks sleep at night it is no wonder the sufferer is miserable and welcomes the means he employs to get relief It is hard enough for any one to misIself it comes doubly hard It was not until I learned about foundIwas claimed for it I procured a box of the remedy and its use cor rooted the kidney secretions relieved the dreadful aching in my back and helped me in every way There is no need to have any doubt about the merit of Deans Kidney repreIsentedFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co agentsforber the name Doans and take no other EXCURSIONISTS The good steamer Falls City brought a big excursion party to this city on Tuesday last They trine up into the city and visited all the points of interest and af terwards went on up the river later in the afternoon Think of Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure if your nose and throat dis chargesif your breath is foul or feverish This white soothing balm contains Oil of Eucalyptus Thymol Menthol etc incor porated into an importedcream like velvety petrolatum It soothes heals purifies controls Call at our store for free trial box Sold by all druggists oA T RJasear the 0leae tore of A lugfIt APPOINTED ELECTION COM MISSIONER At the recent meeting of the State Board of Election Com mis signers Col A B Hammond whose picture heads this article was appointed as the Republican member of the County Board for this county He will make an efficient and capable officer Col Hammond is a popular gentleman and successful and hustling lumber merchant who has a big business on hand but has kindly consented to accept the position which has lots of hard work attached and but little profit FOR TRAVELERS And those who find it not can oni ont to use Father Williams Indian Tea will receive the same excal lent results from using Father Wil liams Indian Herb Tablets They not pureHerbsa racking cathartic For Consitpatlou Sick Headache stomIaohpositively the best Liver Regulator known 25 doses 20 cents 50 doses 85 cents For sale by Fr k fort Drug Co- DEMORCATS NOMINATE KE IIOEJN NINTH The Democratic Convention of the Ninth Congressional District met at Maysville on Satur day and after 27 ballots nomi nated Hon Jas N Kehoe of Mason county for Congress Mr Kehoe had served one term heretofore and was defeated for reelection two years ago by Hon J B Bennett who is now a candidate for reelection Ifall dyspepsia sufferers knew what Dr Shoops Restorative would do for them Dyspepsia would practically bo a disease of the past Dr Shoops Restora tive reaches stomach troubles by its direct tonic action upon the inside nervesthe true stomach nerves Stomach distress or weakness fullness bloating belch ing etc Call for the Restorative We recommend and sell Dr Shoops Restorative Sold by all dealers WITHDRAWS H V McChesney at pres IIr of State who was a for the Democratic nomination for Auditor on Tues day issued a card announcing his averIringrace wards before the people was more than he couldafford He will practice law at Smith land after his present time expires Fall DressGoods Nowadays your thoughts are naturally turned to New Dresses The most important question to decide is What kindof Goods Easily decided here Attractive Patterns for each and every taste The large and beautiful as sortment of Plaid Goods in the the latest colors will please you Then we have also a large collection of New Weaves in solid colors The New Shades Brown Red Blue and Gray wonderfulvalues 50c 75c and 400 per yd- We invite you to look over our I Stock o 41 43 St Clair at Bridge u LAST OF SEASON The good steamer Falls City will run the last excursion of the season this evening from this city to Tyrone and return Fare for round trip only 50 cents Everybody should go and have a good time- TORTURE BY SAVAGES Speaking of the torture to- which some of the savage tribes in the Philippines subject their captives reminds me of the intense suffering endured for three of the kidneys says W M Sherman of Gushing Me Nothing helped me until I tried Electric Bitters three bottles of which completely cured me- Cures Liver Complaint Dyspep sia Blood disorders and Malaria and restores the weak and nervous to robust health Guaranteed by all druggists Price S Mr Henry Wright of Farm dale has placed the Roundabout force under obligations for a splendid watermelon It was simply fine Mr Wright is in town almost every day selling these melons A LIVELY TUSSLE With that old enemy of the race Constipation often ends in Appendicitis To avoid all seri ous trouble with Stomach Liver and Bowels take Dr Kings New Life Pille They perfectly regu late these organs without pain or discomfort 25c at all druggists +Dr Wearer Syrup end Cerate BoeoMilol treatment for blood and akin dbaue t Ladies and MissesTailorMade Suits Goats Skirts Thp advance guards are here already and new arrivals com ing in daily Never before have we been able to show such a grand stock of Ladies ReadytoWear Gar ments as this season You will not need to go to larger cities to get suited as you will find what will please you at our store Unusual low prices in Suits prevailing 10 1250 315 25 stylesPlaids 5 750 10 SKIRTS big stock to choose fromSpecial Values 95 750 810 C KAGIN BRO Street 5- 0cH and CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Mr John T B Dryden Sr desire to return their grateful thanks to the large circle of friends who so kindly ministered to their loved one in his long illness and to those who sent such beautiful flowers for his graveMay the richest and choicest blessings of Heaven rest upon you each and all THE FAMILY Piles positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Its made for piles alone and it does the work to perfection Itching pilesdisappearall dealers RESIGNEDELECTED At the meeting of the Board of Education on Tuesday night Miss Nellie Marsha resigned her position as Assistant in the Kin dergarten Department- At the same meeting Miss Eleanor Marshall was elected sup ply teacher in the grade depart went OUTSIDE AND INSIDE A bath cleanses the skin and rids the pores of refuse A bath makes for better fellowship and citizenship Not only should the outside of the body bo cleansed but occasional use ofa laxative or cathartic opens the bowels and clears the system of effete matter Best for this are DoWitts Little Early Risers Pleasant little pills that do not gripe or sicken Sold by J W Gayle f fIIJf CADET The Best School Hose For Boys and Girls 10c 15c 25c PERSONAL t Mr Cecil Farmer spent Sunday in DanvilleMr Swigert has returned from Jils vacation Judge Jas D Black of Barbourville was here Monday Mr D Lindsey Shea has gone to Cincinnati to reside Mr Jas R Shaw has returned from French Lick Springs Ind Mr Sam D Johnson and wife left Sunday for New York City Miss Viola Heise has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati Mr Jno P Hanley and wife visited relatives in Paris this week Mr X L Gain and wife visited friends in Lexington Sunday Miss Sallie Eggelston has gone to Pleasureville to attend school Miss Lula Petty has returned from a visit to friends at New Castle Mr Jas E Henton of Woodford a county was in the city Monday Mr J Morgan Chinn and wife have gone on a visit to New York City Mr W B George and wife have re turned from a trip to Cincinnati i Miss Lena Scott of this office spent the first of the week in Lexington Misses Ruby and Eva Macklin have returned from a trip to Mackinac Col C W Hay of the F C Ry left yesterday for Rogersvllle Tenn Rev Ed G Stout of Chicago ILL was in the city Sunday and Monday r Capt M H Insko Deputy Collector of Carlisle was in the city this week J P Stewart wife and children iDrreturned from a trip to Petosky Highfield of Christiansburg is the guest of Mrs Morris Ann street Miss Hazel Dixon of Louisville is the guest of Miss Flora Ray South SideMiss Lena Hieatt of Bridgeport is visiting relatives in Smithfield this Xat Stone of Versailles was I here on Monday attending court day salesMaster John Allen Herndon is with his aunt Mrs J W Morgan in Lex Mary Harrison and Miss Dolly Simrall visited relatives in Lexington Wm Crowe returned home on Tuesday morning from a tour of Sarah McKee and daughter Miss Jennie left Tuesday for Estill Springs 7fMr Jos E Bosworth Representa from Bell county was here on Tuesday MISS Margaret J Russell has re turned from a visit to relatives In Louisville 1Miss Jennie Quinn of Georgetown was the guest of Miss Janie Dehoney this week t Mrs Chas Cooper of Hammersville visited her sister Mrs Jas T Buford this week Mrs Morton K Yonts of Louisville is the guest of her father Judge T H Paynter Miss Annie Bell of Shelbyville is the guest of Mrs Waller H Lewis at Woodlake Mr and Mrs Claude Bowles at tended the Bourbon Fair at Paris on Thursday Miss Eleanor ODonnell has re turned from a visit to friends Lawrenceburg Mrs John Flannery of Princeton i the guest of Judge J T Nunn and wife South Side Miss Bernice Scottow of Louisville visited her parents Mr W J Scdttow t fJ and wife Sunday 1j ov W t ir NEW FALL GoonjSl 1fi WaPMLiFYANiOaJ tlwMY- 111O = =1iTLtMOfMaLY1SYiRtYAYMalRAJlV M 19NMtl1 A4lWNew Tailored Suits Special Values at 14 lI 818nnd 20 New Dress Skirts in Plaids Grays Brown Black and Blue SfSEE THE RIBBON SPECIALSall this week 10c per yard 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 WEITZEL Mr Hugh Rodman of Louisville Is the guest of his parents Col J L Rodman and wife Mr H K Ward of Versailles was here Monday in the interest of the Seller Carriage Co Mr R B Jillson wife and daughter have returned form a trip to Atlantic City and New York Prof G C Downing and sister Miss Nell returned from Virginia Beach Va on Friday night Miss Marie Lindsey of Louisville was the guest of her uncle Gen D W Lindsey this week Mrs Albert Umethun returned Fri day from a visit to Prof Sam Frogge and wife at Greenville Miss Edith Posey and Miss Gladys Rodman have gone to Danville to attend Caldwell College Rev Geo W Young D D of Louis vnie was the guest of Rev Dr M B Adams on Saturday Mrs Jno A Grant of St Louis Mo is the guest of Maj J A Grant and wife Washington street Mr Jesse Moore wife and son James of Louisville were guests of relatives here this week Mr Charles Denton wife and chil dren are visiting Mr W H Jeffries and wife on Logan street iIr W O Davis and Mr Chas M Harris of Versailles were in the city on legal business Thursday Miss Tillie H H Lane has returned from Versailles where she has been spending the summer months Mr W S Farmer has returned from Xew York City where he purchased his fall stock for his big store Miss Sue Scott of Lexington who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Guy Briggs has returned home Mr Thos M Gibson of Texas was the guest of his brother Mr P L Gibson at Duckers this week Mr W L Jett Jr of Decatur Ill who has been visiting his father Judge W L Jett Sr has returned home Miss Laura Craddock of Washing ton City who has been visiting rela tives here returned home Sunday Judge J P Hobson and family who have been spending the summer at Elizabethtown have returned home Senator J W Newman of Ver sailles candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture was in the city Monday Mrs Mary McKenna of Lexington who has been the guest of Mr Jno McGurk and wife has returned home Mrs J B McFerran of Louisville who has been the guest of Mrs W Buford Hendrick has returned home Mr L L Conway of Louisville who has been the guests of relatives here returned home Thursday night Miss Pattie Thomas has gone to Louisville to accept a position at the Democratic headquarters as stenogra pher Miss Harriet Evans after a five weeks vacation spent in Michigan and Illinois returned home Thursday night Col Jas A Scott and wife were called to Eminence on Wednesday by the death of his aunt Mrs Levi T Wm Rupe of Jacksonville- Fla who has been the guest of Mr R C HIeatt and wife has returned W H Kidd and Mr Jno D Nuckols of the Frankfort Shoe Co left Monday on trips through the M B Adams went to Versailles Sunday afternoon and addressed a localtoption Mrs J W Carlton of Lawrence burg was called here by the illness of her daughterinlaw Mrs Eugene CarltonMr T Dougherty Route Agent of the Adams Express Co was the r Jt II guest of Agent Ken Sanford on Wed Chas Jones nee Ida Kennedy and son of Edyvllle are guests of her parents Capt J D Kennedy and wife West Side Mr Wm ODonnell and family have moved to their new home on the cor ner of Shelby and Campbell streets South Side Mr C T Duvall of Stamping Ground who has been in Colorado for Ills health came through this city on WednesdayMr Scearce was called to Bagdad on Thursday morning by the ueath of his sister from the effects of an operationRev J F Williams of Versailles came here Sunday afternoon and preached at the First Baptist ouurch that night Mrs Mary Drane Bass Mrs Helen Drane Bell and Mr Hugh Drane were guests of Mrs Virgil Hewitt and Capt E M Drane this week Mrs J M Buckley who has been visiting her son Mr Lee Buckley on Second street leaves today for her home in Shelby county Mrs J B Eastin and children of Lexington who have been guests of her parents Capt CT Merchant and wife have returned home Mr E M Dryden of Dayton Ohio who was called here by the death of his father Mr Jno B Dryden re turned home Monday morning Col E A Gulllon a Democratic candidate for Superintendent of Pub lie Instruction was mingling with Franklin county voters on Monday Mrs R M Bergman and son Weston who have been guests of her parents Capt I T West and wife returned home Saturday morning Judge E C ORear wife and chil dren who have been spending their vacation at their farm in Montgomery county returned Thursday night Messers Edmund Taylor and Brent Greene accompanied by Miss Mary Belle Taylor attended the Taylor Anton wedding in Louisville this week Mr Ross A McCallum and wife of Montgomery Mich who were called here by the death of her father Mr Jno B Dryden returned home Satur dayMiss Lucy Gray Miss Hallie Bourna and Miss Ollie Bourne of Owen county who have been guests of Mrs C J Stringfellow returned home on SaturdayMr D Lee of Louisville was here on Monday making sketches of the new distillery just completed by Messes E H Taylor Jr Sons at their plant near Millvllle Mr Jno M Bull and wife Miss Mamie Bull Miss Mary Page Miss Rebecca Averill Mrs G W Chinn Miss Pattie Williams and Miss M Lockett Smith attended the BullCrowe wedding in Versailles on Thursday POLITICAL POT BOILING The two factions in the Democratic party are raising a little particular sound just now Charges of graft falsehood etc are being hurled backward and forward As we are not dealing in that character of business we beg to be excused from having our columns filled with the details Lay on Macduff- HANDSOMELY REMEMBERED In the will of Hon Yoder Poignard who was recently killed by a train at Taylorsvllle his cousins Mr Knox Brown of Owen county and Mrs W F Barret Mrs W T Scott and Mrs Jos B Bailey of this city were made the recipients of handsome bequests Mr Poignard also left considerable sums to the various Presbyterian Charitable Institutions tIr l New Fall Jackets jand 1JGirlsand Ladies 5 6 7 Sti11II1VlEI3 CLEARANCE SALE SATURDAY commence our Summer Clearancemof BatistesPersianGREATLY REDUCED PRICES SILitSHobby designs m Dress Silks 32ic 37C 50c reduction from 50c 65c and 75c surprisinglylowWOOL DRESS GOODSWhite and Cream Wove Dress Goods in cluding Sicilians Mohair Panama Serges reduced to 37AC 48c 50o and 65c A number of short lengths suitable for Childrens School Dresses at half the prices LACESLace Robes Berthas Laces and Embroideries at greatly reduced prices LINENSOur great Specialty is Linen We now have them Linen Lawns Linen Suitings Linen Sheetings Towels Crashes Table Linens and Napkins Kindly give us a look that we may have a chance to show you what we have F T HEENEY DID YOU EVER TRY Pride of adison Hoar If riot Why no tjThe Best Never Fails Ask Your Grocerltf Dont forget about the Horsefor we handle the Finest Oats Corn Hay and i Feed on the market r A new lot of LClassFOR SALE BY t HEISE SONS t D ealers in Seed Straw Salt and Stock Foods rST CLAIR Both J7m Phones STREETIAi 1 Hardwood Flooring Now is the time to put in Hardwood Foors q r We have the White Maple Hardwood Floor- i ng which makes the prettiest floors of any wood 41 We Have a Carlo- adHammond Co s t a iit7 f itf i4 t + r Suits and Coats Neatly Tailored Styles that have the Fitting and Wearing Quality Val j Virginia leading with Myrkle Harden Co at Capital Theatre all week SLAVE GIRL To be Presented Here on Mon day EveningA Fine Cast Fur nished by Myrkle and Harder Whose Stock Co Will Hold the Boards for Six Nights The lovers of the artistic drama this city look forward to six venings of delightful pleasure next week on the occasion of the visit of the MyrkleHarder Stock Company to Frankfort The company has been carefully se lected especial care having been engugIIvarious parts The company will itopen its engagement Monday J night with Time Slave Girl Change of program nightly The best of vaudeville is presented by this company and consists of eight big acts headed by Lati more and Leigh McEnroe and LaPorte Joe S Kelly Ernest stud Bret Fred Luna the dcrention ofa woman out of 1nothing motion pictures Don Gordon A vaudeville show of itself On Monday night ladies will be admitted fiee under usual con ditions ues that speak for them selves Suits at 1500 2000 and- S 500 Covert Jackets 500751 and 1000 Long Lightweight Wraps 500 to 150- 0Wraps Superb values that fit and and have the right mate rials more 5 Finer quality materials- in exclusive designs 750 and 1000 I Miss Jeffers lady next and Stock Varin worth ISents now selling fast at Bar retts Book Store LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have n full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and examine C stock M BRIDGEFORDMain Opposite Engine House 23tf sOFFICERS OF FRANKFORT CHAP TER NO3 R A M The following officers were elected by Frankfort Chapter No 3 R A on Thursday night to serve the en suing year High Priest Rob Farmer IangJ B Lewis ScribeD L Holland Treasurer M P Brown ScretaryGeo A Lewis Capt of Host Chas N Wiard Principal Sojoumer Jno P Selbert Royal Arch CaptD W Llnclsey Jr Master 3d Veil Theo C Wylie Master 2d YellW L Tanner Master 1st Veil Thos A Hall SentinelGus SchaeferIar Caiiys Cuuuitfuu jfrwuera are iust what a horse needs when in tad ondition Tonic blood purifier auf vermifuge They are not food b medicine and time best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCouinte Gayle 3 EARLY FALL SHOWING We are now showing from day uo day the Most Exclusive Advance Styles in Every Department and only the kinds that are Dependable in Style and Quality School Dresses Are on the mothers mind now We will help you with a Special Lot of Dress Goods in neat effects especially suitable for School Dresses worth 50c for only 85c Handsome Showing Exclusive Fall Dress Goods Ginghams Neat OutingsIn 12ic line and J c7ni7ieq1 A McDougall Kitchen Cabinet dare you of because need in the preparation of a meal can be found in the cabinet without your going back and fourth from the kitchen table to pantry and closet A ilcDougall Kitchen Cabinetta- kes the of the kitchen table and you the same unob structed working service as the tablEwith a leaf at either end if desired Thiuk of the it would be to you in the preparation of a meal to have all the food utensils tlour salt spices and else within the instant reach of your hand without your leaving the Think what it would mean to you in the saving of time as well as in the saving of steps what it wouid 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 looking in a dozen different place ROGERS SONS261y SOLE AGENTS QUESTIONS PROPOUNDED TO CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNOR The Antisaloon League has pro the following questions to the several candidates for before the Democratic primary September 1906 Dear slrIt Is the duty of the Anti saloon League through its exec utive officers to furnish to the voters of Kentucky information as to how certain candidates for public office stand on affecting the li quor business- AS the temperance question is now the leading issue before the people of Kentucky we respectfully inquire of you what is your platform and what may the people expect of you as to the following points L Will you If elected to the office andIquors 2 Will ou recommend In your message tothe Legislature the passage of a bill extending the opera tion of the County lnlt Law over the State as contemplated in the original CammackRedwlne bill offered to the Legislature of 1906 3 Have you any understanding or agreement expressed or Implied with the liquor In this State by vAch your policy as Governor be in any way controlled by their thank you for an early ans wer and we will in turn give the In formation to the people of the Yours sincerely M B ADAMS President IG W YOUNG Superintendent OLD rAYLOR TIlE PRE- MiERKENTUCKY w WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR i Frankfort Kentucky rilI LrJ Jit New Fall Pretty Plaids Checks and Stripes for School Dresses Complete Assortment now New Fall Patterns beautiful designs quality for lO- c16Button Silk GlovesfI Full sires in Black and White flnO 175 WILL hundreds steps everything you place gives drop convenience supplies dishes cooking sugar everything cabinet Think without pounded Governor questions next whole interests will State SONS RAILROAD TIME TABLE IL N leaves 540 n m Louisville Accommodation returns Glo p ra Train West 935n m Train Vet 350 p m Train East 949 n m Train East 40 p m C0Ve- stbound 9000111 Westbound 014 p in Eastbound 101S 1111 Eastbound 741 p in F C Leaves for Paris 132011 in Returns 13 25 Liavis for Purls JUO p Ktturus 720 p JW WATSON Ticket Agent == = = ONLY RAILROAD tSOUTHEQUIPPED WITH AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC SIGNALS AND RAILWAY FROM CINCINNATI- TO ALL ililPOHTAHT CITIESl SouthIand Southwest For cad Rate HC KINQCP a T KyIW Cincinnati 0 f RubDry TowelsT- he best and most economical Little RubDry 2 for 25c Junior RubDry 25c Hose25c Hose lOc 50c Lace Hose 8oc 75c and 100 Lace Hose 59c R FRANKFORT KY Proprietors BLOCK SOUTHERN SOUTHERNRAILW AY SHORTESTAND ROUTE FR- OMLouisville Danville and- Lexington TO St Louis and The West r Two Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connecting cars from Lexington as follows Leave Lexington 5 45amu Leave Danville i0n m Leave Louisville 900 nm Arrive St Louis 512 p m Vestibuled Coaches Observa tion Cafe tier- Leave Lexington 500 p m Leave Danville 445 p11- Leat Louisville 1013 p m Arrive St Louis 782 a mIPulman Sleeper and Free Reclining Chair Car Most Direct Line CHATrANOOGA ATLANTA KNONVILLE CHARLESTON mill JACKSONVILLE and all Southeastern points inclini iug Asheville N C and the beautiful Lund of the Sky and loxaway Country Sond Jcent stamp for Land of the Sky booklet and other illustrated literature W G MORGAN n T Lexington Ky H C KING C P1Cl A Ill E lain Lexington Ky J F LOGAN Try P Agt Ill E Main Lexington Ky A R COOK C P 1A234 Fourth Ave Louisville C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Ave Louisville J C BEAM JR A G P A St Louis Mo Toe Frankfort Roundabout t t Entered nt the postollice at Frankfort Kon tuckyas tcotd class inailaWi1 minor t GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT SEPT 8 1906 j GOOD WOMAX5 DIES SUD DEXLYILike a clear sky come the news early f Wednesday morning that Mrs Snrnh J Wakefield wife of Mr James M Wakefield had die that morning of pneumonia a the home of Mrs Kirby sister of Mr Wakofield in Madison county aged about 60 years It seems that Mrs Wakefield although not at all well herself had gone to the home pf hor sis terinlaw to assist in nursing her she being very ill when she was take suddenly with pneu mania and sank rapidly until the end her husband not having time beingtcnews was given him therwho was all her life doing nIl ir the good she could find to do in ff the Masters name Never having had any childre- of her own she always had chil tenderlytr the duties of after life She in a quiet and unostentatious way lived the religion she so modstly 3professed and many a poor and f weary traveler along lifes rough path will stop to brush away a tear when the sad news reaches them that their loving benefactor has gone home to the rest that remaineth for the people of Gods In early life she consecrated her all to her Master and united K with the Baptist Church With unfaltering devotion she testified to the power of redeeming grace At the age of 10 years she was married tj Mr Jas M Wake field in Madison county and in all the years that have come and gone she has been 2 devoted self andcin stormhis comfort and conso lotion They have been residents of this city and county for more than forty years The shock to her aged and de voted husband was simply ter ribleHe has the unstinted sympathy of every one in this community Mrs Wakefield was the sister of 1Mrs Mary E Dalton Mrs 1 T I FIFTY CENTS fNI0IIgainof Scotts Emulsion is very rapid For this reason we put up a fiftycent size which isIl enough for an cough or cold or usefulI as a trial for and children In babiesj conditions the slowerhealthcannot be built up in a day In such cases Scotts Emulsion must be taken as nourishment a foodirather than a Its a food for tired andcweak digestions Send for free sample IScott Chemists Bowne 409415 Pearl StIINew York soc and 100 All I drugglltlII if rt N OrsCaused Heart Disease Could Not Lie On Left Side DrMiles Heart Cure and Nervine Cured Me llirmlnghamAlaas follows reeleverytLaGrirpenot lie for the smothering spells that would almost over come me and the feeling of oppression around my heart I had not so that I could an my left side for a long time I I bottleshaverlghLFormerlors prostration I had tried so many rem getInerves of heart were so affected that sometimes it would lose beats so it would seem to stop altogether It was on the ad vice of a that I tried your Restor ative Nervine I felt better after first few doses and two bbttles of Nervine and one of Heart Cure made me feeljikc a new My heart is all my nenr ousnessis all I never fail to recOm- mend it to others afflicted as 1 was bottleon Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical eo Elkhart Ind West Mrs N 1 McDaniel Mrs Amanda Hundley Mrs S C severalnbrothers scattered over the State The remains were brought here on Thursday afternoon The funeral services were conducted from the First Baptist Church on yesterday morning at 11 oclock by her pastor Rev Dr M B Adams and the loved form laid away in or cemetery WHEN WE ARE IN A HURRY In these days of rush and hurry courtesy is often forgotten In the mad pell moll rush ofour life little things are done to offend that we rather remained undone A hastily eaten meal and its resultant headache may cause us social or financial loss The wise man or woman is the one who relieves little ills of this sort by a little dose of Kodol For Dyspepsia It digests what you eat and puts your stomach back into shape Sold by J W Gayle CASTOnXABests efgnature of A Boorlt SCARCITY FLABORI Loafers Should he to Move on The cry is going up from the farmers all over this section of country that they are unable toj obtain sufficient labor to handle toIbneco arouudiIabout seemingly with nothing to do this seems a strange thing to hearWe wonder if our city authori ties were to adopt the rule to ro emIstrictly enforce the rule whether or not some of these loafers would not go to workIThere is a pressing demand from the farmers who say their tobacco is being injured by not being cut and housed the interurban line will gladly give we rk to anyone who will WORK and the contractors for the vast number buildings now being erected need laborers as well Next winter these same gentry who now scorn to do anything will be asking assistance of thej industrious and economical They should be made to move on or to skiddoo out of the city FIFTH STATE DEVELOMPENT CONVENTION The Executive Committee of the State Development Associa tiin mot in Louisville Monday and set October 10 11 and 12 WOO i9 the time of the Fifth State Development Convention at 11epnrntionshn for the Convention and will be pushed from now on until the meeting in October It promisees to be the largest and mst import ant gathering of the year in the State A plan for a permanent organization will be presented to the Convention for adoption which it is believed will make the Association a stronger organization and give it greater power to ward carrying out its objects Kentucky is far behind what it can be in its position as an industrial and commercial State its re sources having been neglected and its commercial and manufacturing advantages overlooked The State Development movement was started by business men with the patriotic desire to see the State forge ahead and grow to be among the first of States in her indus trial importance During the four years of its existence the As sociation has done much good along the line of advocating needed commercial legislation and the shaping of policies that have helped our manufacturing and other business interests Much of interest to the business people of the State will be dis cussed at the Convention at Winchester and plans mapped out for its work Speakers of national reputation and specialists on particular subjects of agriculture mining manufacturing etc will address the Convention Delegates to the Convention will be named by the county judge of each county mayor of each city and by each commercial club organization Anyone who wishes to attend the Convention can be appointed a delegate direct upon application to the secretary of the Convention Last year at Louisville about 500 delegates were present and some ninety representedbyWe hope that some of the most active and best business men of this county will go as delegates to the Convention and will go pre pared to thoroughly present our resources industries products etc and to bo able to tell what we need in the way of industrial development and have to offer to investors and prospective citizens These matters should be looked into nndn carefully prepared statement made for use at the ConventionJudge M Benton of Winchester was elected Vice Chair man of the Executive Committee and P J Altizer of Winchester is Secretary of the Convention Rheumatism is incurable ShoopsRheumntic fully used drive it out of the system Its the blood thats at fault getIHemedyIRheumatism dies We rcommeud and sell it Sold by all druggists Dr Weavers Treatment Byrop for the blood Cerate for akin eruptions GOOD POULTRY SHOW Unquestionably largest and the best poultry show ever held in the South will be a feature of the Big Blue Grass Fair at Lexing September17th try fanciers in the vicinity of Lexington have organized an Associa tion and have supplemented the am units offered by the Blue Grass Fair for his particular department with more than 1500 of special premiums The total offerings therefore aggregate a splendid sum one that will insure the ship mont of fino poultry from a long distance to compete A special catalogue of the poultry department has been issued und can be SeoretaryGoorg Bank Bldg Lexington Ky It shows the entire amounts offered for poultry the classifications arranged and gives much information of value both to those who will be particularly intereste in this display at the Fair L rer 1 IIf J Pleasant to taKe i1r1 Laxative SyrupNAT- URES Jt CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your DoctorIAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are tie 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 Nauseousness 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 I Tobacco Bellows Blowers if Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and SnatchesIScythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG1j r Hardware Paints Oils Etc tValue JOHN DRISCOLL Qualitv The Leading GrocerIThe fVSourJOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky J jbdoDyspepsia CureGives rest to the stomach Cures Indigestion dyspepsia sour stomaoh L tired stomach weak stomach windy etomach puffed stomach nervous ffstomach and catarrh of the stomach A guaranteed cure w lrspu at tooratoryef80DeW CLotde v84 0toMf Wftaf Tom StMaka a IIiAsk for the 1906 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year J For sale by J W Gayle Calendartl 1 r ilf t Cases plain simple and ornate I 1 Silver in either Gold Gold Filled or Written for the Roundabout ACROSS FENCESFARMING- Channings symphony of life rang swept music across the urn seen chords of n divine instrument called harmony of environment To live content with small means to seek elegance rather than luxury and refinement rath er than fashion to be worthy not rich in the sense of stored wealth to be capable to listen to song of birds and to study the flight of stars to think quickly act frankly talk gently await oc casions hurry never In a word to allow the spritual unbidden and tl1roughtheof a country home With these thoughts fresh in mind we stepped across the threshold of Johns house into a vestibule where conveninces mod gnzeThecended was uncarpeted and white as polished marble hard wood formed the steps and a sincere desire for the return of aesthetic taste male possible the three land ings the turned balustrades and the elegant sitting room where we were seated and divested of hats lightedbysouth the exposure of sun and brightness during the months of dreary winter more than compensating for the glare and excess then so Johns wife explained but we were examining a pot of ferns and a picture at the expense r of experienceThe an art square with exquisite tints of autumn foliage on the floor An old fashioned divan covered with blackhorse hair four chairs in eluding a rocker of the same coy ering and design a low window seat filled with blooming flowers and a table covered with papers and books Evidently it was a room useful as well as ornament al where madam sat with her IIsewing and viewed the landscape oer It as an ideal scene from that vantage ground What spendthrifts we Ot simple household certainty What golden grain we trample low Searching for flowers that never grow The Signs of- Heart Trouble IYou can Surely Secure Heart Health Strength Restorative through Dr Shoops Heart weakness which can be dealt with at anls nerve weakness Just as your bond trem bles when its nerves Bro weak when your heart nerves aro weak your heart flutters and palpi tates Other signs arc shortness ot breath after silent exercise tainting spells pain or tinder ness about tbo heart caused by irregular heart action choking senso Atlon as the heart was In the throat uneasy sensation in tho chest showing that tho heart isntworking right pain when you lie on one side usually tho left side but tre Quently tho painful f and difficult breathing smothered feeling There is ab olutely on ly way to treat a r weak heart That is to bringback natural anal permanent strength to nerves Can you Imagine how any thing else can ha done Dr Shoops foitoratlvo will bring back the trough to fcho heart nerves always FThere is nothing in Nit li this remedy to stlmu late nothing that loads to rcaotlpn The strength that it gives Is natural and permanent It is just the same strength as Nature gives to those who are welt Dr Shoops Restorative Tablets or Liquid creates strength which extends over tho whole Inside nerve system It overcomes tho cause of the trouble as well aa the result Sold ALL i J DEALERS tJ t KEEPING A GOOD ttlATCH 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 them to be accurate timekeepers C INI A SELBERT When life is real and love is real Nor false our honest high ideal It is not the intention to enter uptodnteas this paper is written to show in a brief matteroffactjmethfld how the subsequent farmer of Ken tucky presumedly in Franklin county can live on a farm mar ried and delightfully and happy contentedI Mrs John was her keeper and decimater of products raw and egetnbleI conIenientwaiter and silent door aided her attainments There was a floor ing of oilcloth a sink with inside pump and outside exit an up todate range a table de hoto dresser fitted with compartments for bread making meat chopping etc spices and sugar and other things which make housewives happy The wood and coal box byinleft to wish for James John and Julian the three boys man ly gentlemanly lads showed us respectful attendance and inter ested us in the work of their soy oral attentions John cared for the garden which was radiant in bloom of vegetablesHedecided preference for a life work in this direction when school days were ended James was the poultryman and the flocks of turkeys and edible chickens attested to his watchcare complimentedhim liness of the yards and buildings believing that such prevention of diseases paid more in the beginning of such employment than dollars spent in reme dies We ate a few of his chick ens for dinner They were fine and fat fried to the exact shade and taste delicious Julians taste inclined to liter ature and law Ho was a well read buy and though having charge of the milch cows and the harnessing of horses he seemed to appreciate the thought of many another country howI youth worked his way prominence and power which was his aim some day The mother of this family has been designated as a society wo enjoyingherevery needed necessary things for personal adornment and house keeping arrangement The ques Lion of social features was part mount to every other attribute save service to God She deemed devolvingman to keep cheerful under all ueightorlyapart for culture and refined ethics In short to keep abreast of the times own ifMile were a country woman and a farmers wife Commendable in every particularAfter which was sensible well cooked and enjoyed we visited tho tobacco paten and dis plnntitsJohns crop was a fine one Hoi meant to house it indefinitely Money was not the question in JP j gtcrr t point He wanted to raise and sell the finest produced in Franklin county and to study practically anti scientifically the way to go about it This is one of the problems of the farmer to antic ipate the market and to handle eenlingwhen a suggestion was made to phone grandpap that we would remain over night to be ready to visit the Kissinger manufactory at a lead plant with an output on the F C R R but grandpa was already at the door and so we deferred the trip to a more convenient season and wended our homeward journey across fences across the Elkhorn and down the lane to the old home where shall linger in our memory forever a vision of two sweet old faces who made for us a picture of the days lang syne N S COX Concluded I REPUBLICANS HOLD COUN TY CONVENTION The Republicans of this county held a county convention on Sat urday afternoon at the Court house and appointed delegates to the Congressional Convention which meets in Lexington today They instructed for Hon J W Calvert of Oldham county BUYS HOME Rev Jos M Severance the new Chaplain at the Prison has pur chased from Mr Gullion his pretty and comfortable new cot tage home on East Main street and has moved his family into it The price paid was private Whose Sayso is Best With nearly all medicines put up for sale through druggists one to take the makers sayso alone as to their cura tive value course such testimony is not that of a disinterested party and accordingly Is not to be given the same credit as written from disinterested motives Dr Pierces medicines how ever form a single and therefore striking exception to this rule Their claims to the confidence of Invalids does not rest solely upon their makers sayso or praise Their ingredients are matters of public knowledge being printed on each separate bottle wrapper Thus Invalid sufferers are Dr Pierces full Scores of lending medical men have written to volumes In praise of the curative value of the several ingredients entering into these wellknown Amongst those writers wo find such modr cal lights as Prof Fluky Ellnwood D ot Rennet Medical College Chicago Prof Hale of the same tdHllh John Scud dot late t Ohio Prof John Kln r D late of Cincinnati Ohio Dartholowand scores of others equally eminent Dr Pierces Favorite Proscription cures the worst cases of female weakness prolap susantovers lon and rotmversion and corrects updisagreeabletimes known as pelvic catarrh and a multitude of other diseases peculiar to women Bear In mind it is not n patent nor even a secret medicine but tlloI f Ill t Prescrlp tiou of a regularly educated physician of largo expeilenco in till euro of womans peculiar ailments who frnnklr and confld Intfly takes his patients into his full con fluence by tolling them Just what his Pro scription is composed of Of no other medi cine put up for womans special maladies and sold through druggists tan It bo said flat ti to maker is not afraid to deal thus- frunkl openly and honorably by letting patient using tho samo know exactly what Is women are Invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free correspond ence Is guacded as sacredly secret and womanly contldoivccs are protected by professional privacy Address Dr R Pierce I 1l1In1o N Y How to preserve health and beauty Is told In Dr Plercos Common ical Adviser It Is free For a paper covered copy send Dr R V Pierce falp N 21 onecent stamps to cover stampsDr 1 ftii il Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reet IP YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD i WE SEEK THE BEST CLASS OF TRADE There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is priceThisistanyfactory f under 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 JoIVERSAILLES KY IHIK President WARD REDUCED RATES Reduced rates on all railroads in Kentucky are offered for the Big Blue Grass Fair to be hied at Septemberpithhe provided by the L C X the Q C and the Southern railroads reaching Lexington at a convenient hour in the morning and leaving late in the afternoon so as to allow a good long day at the Fair Definite information about rates from any given point eau be had upon application to the ticket agent at that point or by writing Secretary Bait at Lex ington The management of the Fair is glad to supply all information for any who expect to at tend and it is no trouble for it to answer all necessary correspond Septemberpith granThereors from other sections of the State and hundreds from other States The Fair will be well worthy of the patronage of all who attend ENTRIES IBER It should be borne in mind by all intending exhibitors that entries for a large majority of the classifications for the Big Blue Grass Fair tc be held at Loxing ton the week of September 17th SepteniherFair begins Entry blanks for all classifications lime been prepared npplicntioniber of entries have already been received They embrace many of tho finest herds of cattle many of tho most noted droves ofsheep and many of the most desirable pens of hogs that will be exhibited on tIll Big Fair Circuit this year outstripineven tho fondest hops of thoso responsibleforent prospects are a poor indication of what may be expected it will unquestionably be the biggest and the best fair ever held in the South l tJ 1 i r t1 Jf7 1 C M BROWNING Sec and Treas I Free In order to more thoroughly introduce the celebrated CRAMrITOXIC HAIR FOOD and Dandruff Cure in willIthird person who will cut out this advertise ment and present it at our store within ten days a regular sized bottle of this famous remedy for the hair and scalp CRANITONIC HAIR FOOD is sold under an absolute guarantee Free To every third person who presents this ad vertisment within ten days J W GAYLE i Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfurt Ky Illinois Central Seventh S River Louisville No 102 Memphis X O Ltd No lOt Leaves m ArrietlijSam New Orleans Special No Leaves c01 p m Arrives 533 p m No Local Mall No Leaves a m Arrived 153 p m For Fulton Paducah and intermediate point Connection to and from Elizabeth town Hodtfenville cud HopkimviUo except no Sunday service to EUzabethtown and Ilodgen villa Stops at all stations No 181 Accommodation xForOD8un t A Trains Bun Deity MARRIED SORRELLHARRODIn this city on Saturday Mr Millig Sorrell and Miss Julie Harr od were married In Rev J 0 A Vaught of the Methodist Church- JOHXSOXSCHACHLEITER In Louisville on Tuesday M Harry H Johnson and Miss Lou ln Schachleiter were married by Rev Chas Ewell Craik Mr Jqhnson is n son of Col E Polk Johnson and is well known here when he lived so long H bride is said to be a aharmil ig girlNEWMAN ii M 0 R R I SA n nouncement is made of the ap proaching marriage of Mr W I Newman and Miss Grace Morris which will occur early in October Mr Newman is a valued em ploye of the K DEC W H Co and is a fine young fellow His F bridetoba is one of Frankfort prettiest and sweetest girls a recent graduate of the High School a BULLCROWE In Versailles on Thursday Mr Win A Bull of Greenville Miss and Miss Elizabeth Courtland Crowe were married by Rev Wm Crowe of this city brother of the bride Mr Bull is the son of the late Mr S C Bull and wife and is a hustling young business man popular wide awake and successful His bride is a handsome and accomplished young lady well known here where she form erly lived We tender our sincerest con gratulations 4WAITIf you want hogs hay or potatoes the best of each walt for the Hostetter Sale which will take place on Friday Sept 28 e iBUYS FINE FARM Mr T Jell Lewis purchased at commissioners sale on Monday the fine farm of the late Mr James B Gaines located at the intersection of the Owenton and Peaks Mill pikes containing 144 acres at 52 per acre making a total of 7501 The sale was made to effect a division of the estate among the heirs NOVEL WAY TO CATCH BASS Postmaster Jos L Earlywino had a company of young ladies out boating on Stoner Creek nea Paris one day this week when a 2pound bass jumped into the boat and was captured Whet cut open a penny was found in the stomach of the fish One of the young ladies was Miss Carrie Brock of this county This is a novel way of catching bass and the query is was the fish charmed by the beauty of th girls or the music of their voices o Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerate heals skin eruptions COUNTY COURT DAY Monday last was County Court Day Owing to the rains of Sunday night and Monday morning thefarmers were not able to work in the fields and a big crowd came to were quite a number o horses for sale and good ones brought top prIcesIFew cattle were offered There were some few cows and calves an f inferior quality which sold lowA few sheep and lambs were offered and went at fair prices A number of sows and pigs were grabbed up quickly at good prices Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat r Zs 4i BIRTHS McDONALD In this city all n Monday to Mr George McDonald and wife a son weight 10 pounds BULL At Lake Village Ark on Wednesday to Mr Frank D rBull lad wife a daughter Eleanor11ARDIn Lexington on Wednesday to Mr Charles 11a and wife nee Flora Foote daughter Virginia Sharp ISNAHROW ESCAPE Just after Mrs h B Weisen burgh had alighted from her pony wart on Tuesday afternoon and was attempting to hitch the ani mans at her home on Campbell street the pony became fright ened and ran away The nurse who was in the curt jumped out leaving little Louis Y oisen burgh- in the cart alone In turning n corner the cart was upset and the thrown out but being wrapped inn aerobe was not hurt It was certainly a narrow e cape SUDDEN DEATHS Rev Dr F R Beatty of tl Southern PrHsbytorinn Theologi cal Seminary at Louisville die very suddenly on Monday of nn gina pectoris Dr Beatty had baen subject to these attacks However he had preached twice on Sunday last Mrs Jessica N McCreary wife of Mr Robert H McCreary son of Senator J B McCreary was drowned on Monday last at Lake side near their home in Chicago IllsMrs McCreary her husband and a number of other persons were in bathing and she was caught by the undertow Mr McCreary and Dr W S Harpole who endeavored to save her and who finally brought the body to the shore came near be ing drowned surd were resuscitated with difficulty Senator McCreary and wife were notified and went at once to Chi cago e- rWANTEDGentleman or lady with good reference to travel by jail or with a rig for a firm of 250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses ad vanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Frankfort Ky- 4Gnl SELLS LOT- s Judge W H Sneed has sold to Mr J C Shallcross his lot on the corne- of Shelby and Todd streets fo 1080 This will make a very desir able building site OWIHs Little Early Risers The famous little p111- sCHOATEVILLE Mr Ed Dean preached at Jetts lasteMr Willie Walter of Frankfort called on Miss Christine Weber Sunday last Mr Dan Moore and his friend Miss Esther Hulette out driving Sunday last wereI Mr Curtis Moore and his Miss Jessie Chambers were driving Sunday Inst Mr Gus Dean attended the preaching of his cousin Air Ed Dean Sunday lust Mr Harry Moore calledon InstfThere was quite a crowd gnthI ured at Mr Willie Pierces San- fitly Ins trMiss Lottie Suttles and Mr Ben Clark attended the Choateville Church Sunday last I think Mr Barret Pierce got in a few words On Sunday last a large crowd gathered at Mr John Deans to partake of five large watermelons but the last that was seen of Mr Henry Showalter was that he hads all he could carry and was run ning oil with itnSWEET WILLIAM DEATHS GRIMES In this county August IS Rebecca Grimes infant child of Mr James Grimes and wifeGUTIiRIEOn the West Side on Wednesday morning Mrs W C Guthrie wife of Mr W C Guthrie e rdNOVEL QUESTIONS nSpoknne Wash August 31 Counsel for Jim Phillips an Indian has appealed to the Supreme Court of Washington to as certain whether Court Commis sioner Frank Foster of Conco nully exceeded his authority in penitentinrynot of legal age He stole a horse belonging to George Waite of Alma east of Spokane and sold the animal for 25 He was about to leave the county when arrested SuperiorCourtdian was taken before Court Com missioner Foster and entered a plea of guilty The point raised by Attorney Smith for the de- s fense is a new one in Washington uppertribunnljudgment The question whether an alien propertyea 1preme Court of Washington to decide The point is raised in the suit of the State of Washington ex gel John D Atkins v The World Real Estate Commercial Co et Ill Y Otn a Japanese bought n piece of laud in one of the Puget Sound cities ten years ago for 8000 and this is now said to be worth 85000 The State attorney ascertaind that Ota proceedingsfound that it had been transferred to an American company Ar thur Hamilton the original seller afterward brought suit to secure allegingbut the court held that the de fondant company was American and had made the purchase in aecisionIAssistant court SERIOUS ACCIDENT A sevenyearold son of Mr Phil Simon of tho Farmdale neighborhood had the misfortune to fall under the wheels of a wagon loaded with tobacco on Monday and the wagon run over his chest Strange to say no bones were broken Dr N M Garrett and Dr J G South were summoned but found- that Miss Ida Ray a trained nurse who happened to be on a visit- r there had done all that was nec- r essary for the lad at the time and they think he will recover o LETTER LIST listThe following is the of letters for the week ending ndvlrtlstdI Arnold G T Biggers Thos- Christopher Foree Joe Kano Jack McEnnelly Christopher Offutt John M D 2 Taylor Mrs Josle Been Smith Mrs Laura Stoner Mrs Annie B Thomas Lewis Stg Watson Eddie Witt When culling for the above Utters please Fay advertised L BARNES P M iIGEOCAR SCHEDULE forSouthn m nod every ten minutes thereafter till 030 p in After that every twenty minutes till 1080 On the cemetery linn they leave snmo place at 1180 a m curd every thirty min utes till 1n00 p m Park cars leave Capital Hotel at 1140 in and every thirty minutes till 10 p m 10I Leestown cars leave Capital Hotel 150 n m and every thirty minutes 1020 p m J D SALLEE SuptC ro THE NEW Q C SHOPSj The new Ferguson shops on the Queen Crescent Route at Somer Ky open September 15th and will employ about one thousand machinists and two hundred and fifty boilermakers These shops will be f BIB 0 1111 AVegelablcPrcparalionrorAs sknilatliig lhliiu luStomfldiS find Bowels of PromotesDigesGonChectfuI ness 9jnumforphinenor HincraL NOT NARCOTIC rpaOid1 sw JIAperfect Remedy for Constipa Igness exACT OPYOF WBAPPEU wvMl7QIMR 20000 IN PREMruM = = = The biggest and best Fair ever held in the South include For Catalogue end other information address QEO A BAIN Secy- Lexington Ky considered the largest of any in the South and any machinists or boilermakers desirous of making ap plication for a position will write W H Dooley Superintendent of shops Somerset Ky or apply in per son on September 15th The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 8ignatUff of Instructive 1 Correct How ntcrestinnI A Monthly Magazine devoted to the Use of JOSEPHINE Editor PARTIAL CONTEXTS Course in Urnininer Shall u ml Will Should and Would How to Ufo them Correct English in the School to Say nnd What Not to ourse in Letter Writing nnd Punctua list of Abbreviations Business English for the Business Man Compound Words How to Write Them Studies in English Literature AGENTS WANTED JlOOn Year Send 10 cents for single copy CORRECT ENGLISH Evauston Ills 622t h oD CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Navey Always Bought I Bears thefI Signature of c5 TheKind You Have Always Bought CASTORIAiTN r THE BIG BLUEGRASS PAIR IN RE IUM TSClassifications TUUCiiJUliEH VocabularyThe DictionaryCorrect JOHN FRRNFOerJ1 K Will build Chimneys Cisterns and Milk houses in any part of County Boiler Furnace work cud repairs Phone 5JS 83Giu New Fast Train I UTAH 120000 LEXINGTON SEPTEMBER17th 22ndr MilitaryBand CASTORIAFor EDG- EBBJCEMASOff T- OColoradoAND THE I PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The new trninj leave a m daily The lcning trnln to sumo points 1Throughcisco Excursion tickets now on sale For addrossRTray Pass At Louisville Ky H a TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo i tiyRt JTSINTIOIN BUILDERS 1 NOW IS BARN BUILDING TIME Floroicl Three RoofingrSlaters Paper c c 307309 Main St P C fEccJs1rI2 Fc9c St 1 atli7NSCPN7Dg RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chiuu rector being absent Rev Win Allison of Covington will officiate nt the a in and 730 p m services 1 080 n in Sundayschool SermonHIprayer pm Everybody Invited to attend l g BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B p Adams D D the pastor will preach 4t a in and 780 p m Sumlnysohool at 945 In the chapel bytheBaptist Young Peoples Union at 700 p m in the chapel Prayermeeting on Wednesday night at chapelVisitors Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev 0 R Hudson pastor will preach at a m and 745 p Sundayschool at 980 a m in the Endeavor Society meets at 7 chapelPrayermeeting Wednesday evening at 7 meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oolock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 7 30 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundn school nt 2 p m Vespers nt 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Dr W H of Louisville will preach at n m 780p Sunday school at 980 a in Young Peoples Society of Endeavor at 030 in Prayermeeting Wednesday 780 p V1slors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O 111nPrayer nieeting on Wednesday evening at 745 p Everybody Invited to attend SOUTHERN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe the pastor having returned will preach oc a m and 780 p Sundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society at 700 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday at 780 oclock A Everybody invited to attend l BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school every Sunday afternoon ROBBERY IN WOODFORD COUNTY On Monday night of last week during tho absence of Mr Hiter Mitchell in L some sneak thief entered his residenceI near tho Old Taylor the edge of Woodford county and went into a trunk and took from 150 in money theroI owned as follows Mr 78 Mrs Mitchell 10 Mr1 Mitchells son 35 and 2 be longing to ono of the boarders It seems that Mrs Mitchell was sleeping in a cottage in the ynrdI and did not know of tho robbery until the noxt morning They have a house full of board ers and some of thom heard the noise rondo by tho thief opening and shutting tho trunk in which the money was placed but thought it was some member of tho fam n f Dont Neglect Your Roof BUT BUY ONLY THE BEST We carry a Full Line of V Crimp Roofing tOne and Two Ply Roofing Ply Felt Felt arid Building Lime Cement Salt CO 307309 Main chapelChristian chapelThe Marquise mI PRESBYTERIAN Steel ily or probably n dog moving on the porch Mr Mitchell kept the money inI the house for the payment of hands nnd the thief evidently knew where it was placed and had no trouble in getting away with it DONT BE SORE When two strong men como to blows even if they are well matched it is not a pleasing sight but if the man who gets the worst of it will use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve he will look better and feel better 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 T W Gayle ATTEMPT TO BREAK JAIL Bud Fields a moonshiner con fined in the county jail awaiting trial in the U S Court attempt ed to dig his way out of the jail on Tuesday He had succeeded in opening a hole large enough to crawl through when a bloodhound confined in the side lot com menced baying and attracted the attention of Jailer Bridges The man confessed the attempt nndI was placed in the steel cage Prof Tyler of Amherst College said recentlyiA man cnn live comfortably without brains no man ever existed without a dyspeptichusity Day by day people realize the importance of caring for their digestion realize the need of the use of a little corrective after cvereating A corrective like Kodol For Dyspepsia It digests what you eat Sold by J W Gayle JOS H LEWIS CHAPTER TO MEET Jos H Lewis Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy will meet this afternoon at the residence of Mrs E L Samuel on St Clair street for the purpose of electing two delegates to the State Conven tion which meets at Pewee Val ley October 3 and 4 A full at tendance is earnestly requested RESCUE OF A MERCHANT A prominent merchant of Shon go N Y J A Johnson says Several years ago I contrasted a cough which grow worse and worse until I was hardly able to move around I coughedcon stantly and nothing relieved my terrible sUffering until I tried Dr Kings Now Discovery Before I had taken half a bottle my cough was much better and in n short tire I was entirely cured I surely believe it saved my life It will always bo my family remedy for colds Fully guaranteed 50c and 100 at all druggists Trial bottlo free j SPLENDID PROSPECTS The management of the Big Bluegrass Fair to be held at Lex ington the week of September 17 to 22 is greatly encouraged over the prospects for a successful ex hibition and large attendance The fair is assured nlrendof having the finest and most gen eral display of live stock and agricultural products ever seen at a fair in the South and with a week of good weather it seems also assured of unprecedented attend ance Mr L B Shropshire sec retary of the first two State Fairs held in Kentucky and a man thoroughly in touch with condi tions throughout the State ex presses time following opinion of the outlook for the Bluegrass Fair Having visited nenrlall the local and county fairs held up to date in Central Kentucky and having been in many other coun ties of the Bluegrass within the past three weeks we can state weIluneBluegrass citizens in the coming Lexington event Barring unfavorable weather this fair will undoubtedly be attended by the largest crowds ever assembled upon a Kentucky fair grounds While it is ivgretable that Lex ington lost the State Fair and there is some disappointment ex pressed over the clash of dates the Bluegrass counties are more strongly united in sympathy and sentiment than ever before as a result of the action of the State Board of Agriculture in locating the State Fair at Louisville It is a sort of resentment or out raged feeling on the part of the citizens of the Bluegrass that has caused them to redouble their efforts to make the Bluegrass Fair a successNo association in America without State aid ever offered a more liberal prize list The class ification includes of the farm orchardgarden dairy and kindred interests and is on a par with the great State fairs of the Union Every depart ment is in the hands of honorable superiIwndentsI lines but men whose decisions will give absolute satisfaction to exhibitors and whose past reputations command the confidence of breeders Exhibitors can come to the Bluegrass Fair assured of a square deal There is nothing more detrimental to n fair than the selection of unfair or incom putont jurors of award The class ification is not only the most lib eral but time most extensive as well ever offered by an association of this kind As the editors of the Breeders Gazette very aptly put it Lexington and tin Bluegrass would bo false to tradition and unapprooiativo of the wonder ful stock breeding possibilities of this region did they not hold a great agricultural fair BcWItta Llttlo Early Risers The famous Uttlo pills t a Jrtil i Lir S LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMER TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20 loch EASTBOUND WESTBOUNDI No2 DnilyEx P M Lease No 41 II IIStoUon ills 11 Ko8 23 745 Lexington 6o310 825 Winchester 1010I 520 837 s E Junction 503 140 Claj City S8ij 434 400I 923 Stanton 425 050 Campton Junction 803 357 Bridge 01ao5457 11029 Torrent 747 342 518 Beattyville Junction 7t 329 005 545 11059I 194Jackson Junction 656I 230 253 610 225 Trains No3 and daily except Sunday other trains dally except Sunday KRITrainiiBeattyvilleandJ R SCOTTGeneral A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY ally DailyEx o84 No DailyEx Stations No rIA M Lve M LejIA M PM Ar o 82I 830 1120I 230 05 K Junction 881 116 10UJ11I IUO 741 1281Lee 51u 5lS 128 119715I City 545I l45 Nos 2l and22will make close connection at O s K Ttiretion with Nos i and torIpoints on the Lexington and Eastern Railway L CONLEY superintendent Frankfort GiMiti BUI The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 P So I A No52 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY A3LN Lv D Frankfort Ar Summit 1- 22111t34 Elkhorn Switzer 5i Stamping Ground Duvall 6 2411i Johnson 4i Georgetown 15I I C S Depot J Newtown 5J OiICenterville Elizabeth Paris Junctn Art Paris f Lv Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with kC KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L k N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNA T VIA GEORGETOWN P MlAMPM MIA Lv 72Lv Georgetown Arl lAr Cincinnati BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARI- SA3I1PM PM Lv Frankfort Ar 720 715 Lv Georgetown Ar Lv Paris Ar 00I 610 Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKY CENTRAL R POINTS WP 2oALi Frankfort All 25A 47PI Georgetown A 04A 625P 25P7 IA1IA Paris L 80Ai542P IIP Winchester LI J9A 245P 4SAi11SPOOPSIP IA Richmond bOAA Cincinnati LI255PG- EO B HARPERC W Pres andGent aunt U A Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in effect July I 1UUU sub jet to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West anal Southwest 000 A and 014 1M Dally For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia Now York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1018 A 31 and 741 P 31 Daily 23lyr ii ot F i Ex N SundI No1 DallyEx A Ar DailyEx Daily jPMI P MI City II HAY P SPECIAL REDUCED RATES VIA HENDERSONROUTE TO Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Col San Fancisco Los Angeles and San Dieg- oHOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES Season 1906 Colonist Rates to California Points D Great NorthwestIDates Sale September 15 to October 31 1906 Ask Us For Full Information J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE Ky L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- LOUISVILLE Ky 50 YEARS J EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS csending a sketch and description may ascertain our opinion an Invention probably Ceinituunlca lion tflctlycotlUdclltlnl SAIOBOOKonPatent- sent free Oldest otcuriuir patontJ- rkclal notitekwtthout charge luCo receive Scientific American handsomely Illustrated weekly Lnrseat sir dilution of any pctontltlc Journal Terms 6 four months fL Sold brail newsdealer Yorkl3rauch 5Ik 7ji Lt BBurasaasim T WINDUP PRICLIN THE GREAT McClure Clearance Sale CL The great summer clearance sale has reduced summer lines of merchan dise to very small proportions To close these out we make the following 4 ridiculously low prices The lots are small so hurry 10 SUITS 1bis sale starts this morning with about 40 suits left of our entire stock highestpricedJ 6 SUITS I About 75 suits in mens and young mens sizes are left a few of which S6But2 AND 150 SHIRTS 1 About ten dozen of these all made to fit and inviting patterns Plain and pleated bosoms Choice now S1 But hurry Manhattans not included in this offer 50c SHIRTS 30c About 15 dozen negligees most of them sizes 15t 1616 and 17 Worth 50c now 30c But hurry to on of at Ir r 111 PEA RIDGE I meeting is in prog ress at the Christian Church atJ by Rev John Beasly Mr Church Dennis wife and little son William Garrett were the guests of Mrs Dennis mother Mrs Sam Hulette Sunday Mrs Sam Lacefield and sisters Misses Edyth and Lilafred Edge were the guests of Miss Ellie Pd ters recently Farmers are busy cutting tobacco Mr Hall of Benson fin i ished housing his crop this week Mr Munson and wife ot Little room with a ankle is L able to La out again Mrs R Crockett and Mrs Lee Miss Annie Holder from near per attended services at Choate ville Sunday SCRIBE IL WELL TO BE When yon have a cold it is well pation Be careful r Honey Sold by J W Gayle r FALL r 0 Special Two are the visitors to the Cincin t Festival One is the weird picture entitled In The picture is on in t iJiIi4 l jiff 4f iii asbolute darkness save for the artificial lights in the room There is seen a picture of the Christ with hands folded across His breast The is the blue and gray sky Then all lights are turned out As ones eyes grow to the dark ness the Christ appears upon the canvas while back of Him is the shadow of the cross Scientists painters and other people have to fathom the mystery and have failed The picture is the work of Henry Har mond Ahl the well known artist who places himself on record say he had no intention whatever being or a girl of flesh and blood Nobody knows which She is to he seen in the Inn in Park The figure is brought on to the stage in a box securely fastened with heavy iron clamp The operator makes his upon the floor a series of buttons La Auto Girl moves her arms head and body in imitation of a human being and walks across the floor The figure is then taken into the audience while people are allowed to come as close taken to the stage and another button pressed Slowly a smile appears upon the features of the stage leaving thor and whether the figure is a wonderful or a wo man with an equally wonderful control over her muscles and nerves cures that stand to its credit make Bucklens Arnica Salve a scientific wonder It cured E R Mulford lecturer for case of Piles It heals the worst Burns Sores Boils Ulcers Cuts Wounds and Salt Rheum Only 25c at all w int SIZE OXFORDS 198 Worth S35O 300 S350 and 40O Patent kid vici kid and gun metal SCHOBER About 30 pairs of these worth come Quick TAN OXFORDS OXFORDS Choice of any womans tan oxfords except Laird Alsoy I about 20 pairs of white linen welt sole oxfords worth 200 a pair Now 124 I We wish impress you the necessity coming quick for these small lots will rapidly vanish these prices K i 1i4D Protracted pastor attofksprained thefhertCAREFUL usingIfparticularly containingtandiTar CINCINNATI FESTIVAL 31Cincinnati September mysteries rtkeeJing guessing therexhibition throughf a background accustomed distinctly attempted PicIture backwoods Washington figI peculiar saysIeverybody mystified guessing mechanical contrivance SCIENTIFIC WONDER IA HusbandryYaynesboro Chilblains druggists JWeSMALL stylesIfLAIRD leathersf IWOMENS WHITE McGLCTz1STAMPING GROUND Mr Cyrus T Duvall has returned from a trip to Colorado Dr A Stewart was in Louis ville several days thij week Miss Fannie Graves who has been ill of typhoid fever is slowly improvingMr Robinsons little daughter who died of fever was buried in the Masonic Cemetery on Sunday Mr John M Sparks of St Louis Mo who has been the guest of relatives here has re turned home Miss Mattie Oldham of Frank fort is the guest of her brother Mr E T Oldham Miss Lucille Oldham of Mar shall Mo is the guest of her cousin Mr E T Oldham Tobacco is being rapidly cut and housed There is consider able danger of house burn Mrs Tore Haner has the sym pathy of friends here in the sad death of her brother Mr Win Willbum who was killed by James Straevel on Sunday at LexingtonRev W Hill Mrs J B Adams Mrs JL Johnson Mrs B S Calvert Miss Clara Hill Miss Ella Duvall Mrs R S Sprake Mr R J Thomason and wife attended the meeting of Elk- horn Association at Cane Run Church Fayette county last weekMr W 0 Calvert and family who had gone to Indiana to reside have returned to this place again UNO BACKACHE AND SICK KIDNEYS Are quickly relieved and perma nently cured by the New Herb CureFather Williams Indian Tea Na tures Remedy gathered in the Rocky Mountains Pure and sim but sure and certain Acts like magic on the Kidneys and CongostionGout Jaundice and Brights Disease Give it a trial and be con pnolmgetFor vinced Put up in Tea and Table II joJ tt THE PARADE Blue Grass to be Represented by Mysterious Queen Chivalry and Beauty of Kentucky- to Attend Her The Blue Grass Fair at Lexington September 17 and 22 will be opened by a magnificent parade of floats secret orders schoolchildren soldiers brass bands Indians decorated vehicles auto chivalryThese latter will attend the Queen of the Blue Grass whose identity will not be made known to the curious until the eventful seventeenth Through the col umns of this paper this county is invited to send six cavaliers to attend the queen More may come if desired but all requested to wear some distinctive dress or hat The merchants of this county are also included in the invitation it being desired that as many as possible send floats or decoratedvehicles Floats will contend for prizes and all who participate in the parade will be admitted free on the first day the fair Embry Co of Lexington is now busy manufacturing the veil for the Queen and Lexington will be gaily decorated to welcome her thousands of i sIDr Weavers PaciflM the blood t Cerate fointoenO for the skin genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold In ono day KILLTH COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR cONSUMPTION Price IFree Surest and Quickest Cure for allITHROAT and LUNG LJfiS or MONEY BAGS BOUBI I24J iA FAMOUS REMEDY lieiAn as true as I tell you doctor dear JIQThethe victim experiment as he often Ifbut the moment the dread disease rests its presence he should be given B schees German Syrupa pure nonftunic medicine that is made the cure of consumption and has a worldwide fame as a certain remedy for cataw colds coughs croup sore throat and iflIthas been famous as a consumption cure for almost half a century M4allFor sale by J W Gaylo GRASS TRACTION IBLUE COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES IParis Division ILoovee Lexington every hour from 0 n in to p m and at 0 and p m Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p m and 10 and 13 p m Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour train 6 a m to 7 p ru and at 0 and p in Leave Georgetown every hour from 6 a m to 8 p m and at 10 p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 6 m to 6 p m and ut 8 and 10 p m Leave Versailles very hour from 7 o m to 7 p m and at 9 and p In E T Phone 610 Home Phone 274 Managerltf a r 43 48 it