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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance VOL XXXIFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1906 NO2 CAPITAL CITY HASH By JohnnyGetYourGun Frankfort is neither proud nor princely in its individual possessions or boasting It has no long line of titled lords nor steel braced pinnacles called skyscrapers Its people are cosmo politan in taste sympathetic in things good and badand are in t different generally as to whether there is any law for the wicked Or l salvation for the righteous And yet Frankfort whilst not break ting its collar button in the at to be aristocratic and a i kickabovfi the balance has evidences that it is not dead broke or even fairly welltodo in such selection from the 400 as Col Geo F Berry the Thom aces Jas H Graham L Labrot C E Hoge the Hendricks Mrs R P Pepper GenD W Lind sey Dr V A Kaltenbrun the Browns the Weitzels and others hhA Blind Tiger is socalled l the State oity and coun officers shut their eyes and say 11they cant see it The liquor it sells on the sly is fierce and tigerish It pays no license to anything except Uncle Sam It knows Uncle Sam can neither be I bought persuaded nor intimi dated There are over 2000 blind tigers in Kentucky but the local officers can not find them Ins fact they dont want tomuch 3 Frankfort owns twothirds or threefifths of the assessed wealth and has onehalf of the popula tion of Franklin county and yet i it how strange that the jury com- missionersg seldom find competent material for jurymen among resi- dentsI of the city The county alone seems to possess citizens of intelligence and character fit to sit on juries This seems to be the opinion of the jury commis sioners thntCarms Their beautiful arms get blistered by the sun and become brown as oaktanned leather whilst the hglossy soft hair becomes filled t with dirt from the streets The 41ololJds of dust raised by the wind or vehicles settles in the hair und the frequent washings to remove it takes out all the natural oil t and promotes bald headed men Our girls will be baldheaded be fore they are round the turn at forty and what man wants a dark brown arm to encircle his neck rThink 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 Menthol etc incorporated into an imported cream like velvety petrolatum It soothes heals purifies controls Call at our store for free trial box Sold by all druggists BADLY HURT Mr Win Steel an employo of Mr 1J M Perkins was badly hurt on Monday afternoon by being thrown from a wagon ho was driving in the railroad yards It seems that the wheels caughtI in the track and Mr was thrown across another track C breaking his left wrist cutting al a j t t 1yeutiu aae ij long gash on his forehead break ing his nose and otherwise bruising him up A surgeon was at once sum mond who attended to Mr Stools injuries and he is doing as well as could be expected If all dyspepsia sufferers knew what Dr Shoops Restorative would do for them Dyspepsia would practically be a disease of the past Dr Shoops Restora byitsinside nervesthe true stomach nerves Stomach distress or weakness fullness bloating belch ing etc Call for the Restora tive We recommend and sell Dr Shoops Restorative Sold by all dealers COUNTRY SHOOTING Late Saturday afternoon Squire Ed Sheets and Mr Wm Alldrich in the Bald Knob neighborhood became involved in a difficulty in tho course of which Aldrich was shot four times none of the wounds however being serious It is claimed as a case of self defense IF YOU TRY Father Williams Indian Herb Tea or Herb Tablets and do not find them the best medicine you TorpidLiver NeuralginDDizziness and Bad Breath we will moneyThey and night and feelinglikeTry them 20 cents Tea or Tab DrugCoMINUTES OF FRANKLIN BAP TIST ASSOOIA TIONI The minutes of the of Franklin Baptist Association have been printed and are now ready for delivery to the Clerks of the different churches composing the body By calling at the Roundabout Office they will be furnished the quota of their churches TORTURE BY SAVAGES Speaking of the torture to which some of the savage tribes in the Philippines subject their reminds mo of the in tense suileringl endured for three months from inflammation of the kidneys says W1 Sherman of Cushing Mo Nothing helped me until I tried Electric Bitters three bottles of which completely cured ale- Cures Liver Complaint Dyspepsia Blood disorders and Malaria and restores the weak and nervous to robust health Guaranteed by all druggists Price 50o b COLORED FAIR Tho Colored Pair Association held its first fair in this city last weekclosing on Saturday even ing It was very successful in every way Large crowds attended each day and tho display of stock was unusually good A commendable thing which was generally noticed was the ab sence of drunkenness and disorder among the crowds attending This is a move in tho right direction and should meet with encouragement from everybody Wo hope that the finances will be found in such shape that the fair may be given each year here after daaxoraAScan the k A GRATIFYING REPORT The inference year of the Methodist Church closed on Sun day last and eve are gratified in being able to say that the local church finds itself in better shape both spiritually and financially than for a long time There has been decided growth along all spiritual lines and in numbers Financially the year closed with all claims fully met and a balance in the treasury for the first time in many years This good work is largely the result of the faithful consecrated and eornest labors of Rev J OI A Vaught the pastor We voice the sentiment of the whole community when we say that it is hoped Mr Vaught will be returned to this charge for another year by the Conference now in session at Winchester OUTSIDE AND INSIDEI 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 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 THANKS Mr Church Dennis has placed us under obligations for a basket of luscious pawpaws the largest and finest of the season In fact it has been many years since we have seen as fine ones as these wereWe desire to return our thanks to Mr Dennis for his courtesy Mr W C Bryant has also placed the Roundabout force under obligations for a sack full of this delightful fruit They were large ripe and unusually good Mr Bryant will please accept thanks A LIVELY TUSSLE With that old enemy of the race Constipation often Ands in Appendicitis To t void all serious 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 KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY REGISTER We have been placed under ob ligations to Mrs Jennie C Morton Editor of the Kentucky His torical Register for a copy of the September issue of that magazine It is full of wellwritten and well digested matter reflecting credit upon its fair editor Wo return our thanks for tho consideration shown- Rheumatism is not incurable Stubborn Yes But Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy will if faith fully used drive it out of the sys tem Its the blood thats at fault Poisonous crystals like sand get into tho joints and muscles Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy prevents this It drives Rheumatism from the blood and then Rheumatism dies We roommend and sell it Sold by all druggists rWANTED A woman attendant at The Stewart Home Telephone or call 2tfI = iit N Yi An Interesting Ex hi bit In our Store is the Stock of Ladies TailorMade Coats Suits and Skirts You run no risk in purchasing a Gar ment rrom us Every Gar ment is man tailored they always retain Style and Fit We are in advance with our Styles so that buy safely for another season when you make your purchase here There is comfort and satis faction in the goods we offer LADIES SUITSShort Jacket Satin Lined 1250 Othpr Styles better mate rial 1500 to 2500 LADIES COATS 45 to 50 inches long latest Style in Plaids find Mixtures 500 750 1250 SKIRTSSpecialValues I C 41 43 St Clair at e BUILDING SWITCH President Geo B Harper of the F C Railway is having a switch from his railroad extended up the bottom above the yards to tho new glass factory which is to be installed e GREAT THOROUGHBRED SHOW A special catalog for the thoroughbred department has been issued by the management of the Bluegrass Fnirrlhe thorough bred show will bo the great feature of Saturday September 22 the closing day of the fair More than five thousand dollars is offered in premiums toil the largest and best display of thor oughbred horses ever held in the world is assured The owners of all the large stock farms in tho vicinity of Lexington have con sented to display their valuable stallions some of them horses for which more than 100000 has been recently paid It is well within the bounds of expectation to predict that visitors to the than two million dollars worth of horse flesh The catalogs for this department are convenient in size and consist in the information given They can be had upon ap plication to Jouett Shouse direc tor in charge of the thoroughbred department Lexington Ky eDr Weaves Syrup Puttee tho blood i Cerate ointment for tie skin I jd tf1 i f DressGoods For BriskDays We are showing all the New Patterns and Weaves in the most delightfulcombi nations of color We are asking but moderate prices and believe that you can be better suited here than elsewhere Beautiful colorings in Plaid Goods for Skirts and Waists extra values 50c 75c 100 = Neat effects in Mixtures in New ShadesBrown Red and Greys30 to 8S inches wide only 50c a yard 50 inches wide in Fine Novelty Suitings at 100 to 150 per yard Silks r 80 inches wide Black Taffeta Silks worth 125 Special 100 per yard A Beautiful Line of Plaid Silks for Waists at 75c 100 150 per yard KAGIN BRO Street Bridge willisoon lakethoroughbred KILLED BY ENGINE Mr Hugh Darlington formerly of this city was killed by being thrown from the cowcatcher of an engine in the L N yards in Louisville on Wednesday It seems that two trains were being switched when one of them struck on the side of a car at the entrance to a switch which caused such a jar as to throw Darlington under the wheels FOR RENT A comfortable fourroom cot togerfen minutes walk to city Apply to T N ARNOLD Montrose Frankfort Sept 151 1 CARRIAGE AND HORSES FOR SALE I have a doubleseated carriage and two horses both good driving animals for sale Apply on tho premises MISS WILLANA STEDMAN Forks of Elkhorn 2tf MAN WANTED Some where neat Frankfort to assist us in showing and selling properties No experience necessary if willing to let us teach you the real estate business Salary 00 a month to honest man will ing to devote part of his time to this business COOPERATIVE LAND CO Andrus Building Minneapolis Minn 24t I- ii Jl 7 t I Long and Short Kid and Silk Gloves CSpeCial PERSONAL Miss Clifford HazelrIgg Is visiting rela tives at Carlisle Mr Robert Huff has returned to State College Lexington ItMr Isaac Locke has returned to State College Lexington Mr Basil Kenney left Monday for Stat College Lexington Mrs David P Davis Is visiting rela r tives in Shelbyvllle Mr J B Lewis spent Sunday with his family in Versailles Mr Ira S Shy of Cynthlana was a visitor here this week Rev Win Crowe visited relatives In Richmond this week Mrs A Fox Respass has returned from n stay at Estill Springs Mr Russell Mayhall left Monday for State College Lexington Mr Howard Umethuuhas returned to State College Lexington Miss Lilian Shaw has gone to Lexing ton to enter State College Col A D Martin left Wed nesday for a trip to the Eastern States Col C W Hay has returned from a 4 visit to Rogersville Teun Miss Della Harper visited Mrs Ike Par rich at Midway last week Mr I Davis has returned from a busi ness trip to New York City Mr E W Hawser made a business trip to Cincinnati on Wednesday Prof C J Norwood of State College- Lexington was here Monday Editor W K Wall of the Mayfleld Monitor was here on Thursday Miss Florrie Rodman left Saturday for a visit to relatives in Louisville Mrs J W Gayle returned Tuesday i from French Lick Springs Ind Miss Mary Thomas Scearce has gone to Lexington to enter State College Gen N B Hays wife and daughter visited In Shelbyvllle on Monday tiCapt I T West left Saturday for a business trip to Eastern Kentucky- Mr W J Roberts has returned from a business trip to Eastern Kentucky Mr Frank Cnlnn visited Hon D L Thornton in Versailles on Friday Mrs Anna Elliott and daughter Miss Rose visited in Louisville this week Judge R L Stout and wife of Ver sallies came here on Monday morning Rev T F Tallaferro and wife left on Thursday for Conference at Winchester M Insko Deputy Collector Carlisle was in the city on Saturday Mrs Thos M Newman visited Miss Lilian HInneauin Cincinnati this week Miss Louise Vaught left Tuesday to visit her uncle Dr JC Vaught at Winchester- Mr J Allen Crittenden left Tuesday for Danville to attend Central University Rev M R Hall of Indiana was the p guest of Rev 0 R Hudson Wednesday Mr Wm Pattie left Tuesday for New York City to join the DuRue Bros Opera v Co Miss Helen ORenr left Thursday for- Sbelbyvillo attend Science Hill Acad 1emyMiss Genovlve Posey who has been the guest of relatives in Louisville has come Leslie Rogers of Plttsburg Penn is the guest of relatives here his old C Steele Reading who has been visiting in Shelby county has returned homo Miss Sallle Pryor of Lexington was the guest of Mrs Wm Cromwell this Elliott Ford has gone to Louisville to attend Bryant Strattons Business Donohue of Memphis Js the guest of Mr George Baker Thirai Nelllo Chinn of Colorado Springs Col Is the guest of her mother Mrs W J Chinn Attorneys E M Wallace and Filed Me Lead of Versailles attended circuit court r on Monday r Mrs H H Kavanaugh and daughter Miss Josephine are attending Conference at WinchesterI f h4 it HIGHEST QUALITIES AT LOWEST PRICES IThats what we give our customers and this season we have out classed nil our former efforts Our general Stock of Dry Goods Notions and Rudy toWenr Garments is surely great We call particular attention this week to Gloves Linens Fall Jackets and Lace Curtains Latest Styles are here in abundance Special Curtain Values 125 200 250 fr b Miss Ivy Beard of shelbyville who has been the guest of Mrs Win Clam well has gone hone Mrs L M Mans of Texas Is the guest of her cousin Mrs M J Games on Clinton street Mrs Agnes Moore and Mrs Morris visited Mrs W W Bailey in Em- Inence this week Miss Adelaide Poyntz of Louisville was the guest of her aunt Mrs Hlrnn Berry this yeek Mrs Wrr Ijinclser and children of Tryon N C are guests of Mr E L Samuel and wife Mr M H P Williams jr jr Is at home from Pittsbtirg Penn where he holds n good position day to attend school Miss Anna Abbett and Mr Harry J Abbett left Wednesday for a visit to friends in CovlnRtou Dr J W Gayle returned Tuesday from the National Pharmaceutical Conventloi at Indianapolis Ind Mrs Henry Hunter who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs W H KIdd left Thursday for home Miss Nancy Buford of New Castle is the guest of her brother Mr James T Buford on Holmes street Mrs W P Hudson and son who hay been visiting her parents at Stamford Conn have returned home Mr Fritz Hoffnan who has been play ing base ball with the Mobile Ala returned home Wednesday Miss Lettie Stoll who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs Guy Barrett left for home Saturday morning Mr Prentiss ORear of Mt Sterling who has been the guest of his parent here left for home Thursday Mr W D Grant of St Louis Mo came in on Saturday to visit his parents Maj J Alex Grant and wife Mrs Eliza Green Alexander of Green vine Miss is the guest of her uncle Mr A W Overton Second street Mr James F Montgomery Jr left Sunday for Lexington Va where he will attend the military school Mrs Margaret Keller and Miss Carrie Keller of Cincinnati are the guests oi Mrs M A Selbert St Clair street MissesJAnnie Mae Hisle and Hazel Mid dleton of Winchester were guests of Miss Helen ORenr Shelby street this week Mrs Kellogg of Louisville who has been the guest of her parents Judge W E Settle and wife has returned home Mrs Jno A Herring and Miss Laura Clark of Georgetown were guests of Mrs L B Weisenburgh Jr on Sunday Mr Edmund Taylor Mr Edgar Hume and Mr Lawrence Hoger left Thursday for Danville to attend Central University Mr Sam C Bull who has been the guest of his mother Mrs S C Bull Sr has gone to his home In Memphis Tenn Misses Maggie Callahan and Mamie Sullivan will leave tomorrow morning for a weeks stay with relatives in Louis H H Sneed of Gulfport Miss who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs L BWelsenburgb Jr has returned N Lindsay South and wife have taken rooms Miss Pattle Williams Steele street and will reside in the city in futuio Miss Flora A Lindsay of Seattle Washington is the guest of her sister Mrs Eudora L South at Excelsior In stitute Mrs Sallle Pulliam and son Harry of Nelson county who have been guests of Mrs John Davis West Side have return ed hone Col H H Roberts and daughter Miss Ida went to Shelbyvllle on Tuesday where Miss Ida entered Science Hill R Ely who has been the Guest of her daughter Mrs W T Lind sey at returned home TuesdayMr Meagher son of Mr John Meagher of Louisville left for Phoenix Arizona on Monday to make his future hone there Mr Wm Montgomery of Stewartsvllle K J who has been the guest of his parents Mr Jas F Montgomery and wife returned to his place of busi ness Miss Bettlo Nelson who has been visit ing the family of her uncle Mr Chas C Furr on Third street for several weeks left Tuesday for her home in Har rodsburg i h II is Shamrock Brand CHARLES WEITZEL daughterMiss dnughterl1ssMrs Waller H Lewis at Woodlake re turned to their home in Ellzabethtown on Tuesday Rev J O A Vaught left Tuesday for Winchester to attend the Kentucky Conference of the Methodist Church It Is generally understood and hoped by nll the good people of the city that he will be returned to this city for another year Miss Helen ORear entertained on Monday evening in honor of her brother Cadet John ORear of the U S Naval Academy Annapolis Md and his class mates Cadets Caswell Saufley Harry J Abbett Chas Best Marshall Collins and her brother Mr Prentiss ORear The beautiful home was tastefully deco rated and a delightful luncheon wa served by this charming little lady = NOTICE TO LAWYERS The Geo A Lewis Publishing House has made n specialty of legal printing such as lawyers briefs notices etc Our long ex perience in this line makes us es pecially well fitted to execute sucl work with accuracy and dispatch Prices as low as the lowest Give us your workI JOINT DEBATES OFF The joint debates between Hon Jas B McCreary and Guv J C W Beckham have been called off Dangerous Loaded EXPORT CATTLE Mr Jas H Graham and Mr Robt W Noel delivered to Mr W B Womaok of Gallatin Tenn several car loads of export cattle on Thursday The cattle were good ones averaging about 1500 pounds and brought 5 cents per pound I A THRILLING EXPERIENCE At Gulfport Miss William Sneed son of H H Sneed for merly pastor of the Episcopal Church this city and a companion about the same age were out on the water in a small row boat when a severe squall came up sud denly and carried them out into the gulf They were searched for but were not found until the next evening when they were picked up by a launch ten miles from land They were in the boat twenty four hours without food and drink and had no clothing but bathing suitsGeorgetown News Mr Sneed is a brother of Mrs L B Weisenburgh of this city a Prof Tyler of Amherst Col lege said recently A man can live comfortably without brains no man over existed without a digestive system The dyspeptic has neither faith hope nor char ity Day by day people realize the importance of caring for their digestion realize the need of the use of a little corrective after overeating A corrective like Kodol For Dyspepsia It digests what you eat Sold by J W Gayle a 4 t11t1 Pr TIle Kind of Table Linen We Keep JJ Our 500 Covert IIIJacketJ 1 SUMMER l CLEARANCE SALE Jt SATURDAY commence our Summer Clearance tof IOrgandies Lawns Dimities Batistes Persian Lawns India Linens Mulls Swisses Laces and Embroideries at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES V SILKSNobby designs in Dress Silks 32AC 37c 50c from 50c 65c and 75c reductionjBeautiful designs in Dress Patterns will be offered at itlow figures tWOOL DRESS GOODS Whjte and Cream Wove Dress Goods including Sicilians Mohair Panama Serges reduced to 37c 4Bcf50c and 65c A number of short lengths suitable for Childrens School Dresses i at half the pricestI V1reducedLINENSOur great Specialty is Linen We now have them Linen rtLil1ensgive us a t we may a to you what we have Ill F J HEENEY rfti BUY FLOUR NOW ti Before many weeks Flour will be going up Be prepared and buyYyour supply now When buying buy the Best PRIDE OF MADISON 4 Ask your grocer for it i lIfti Seeds Seeds Seedsrit f Now is the time for Timothy Seed We r carry a full line of Seeds of all kinds Feeds Hay Salt Corn Oats and Stock sI Foods HEISE SONS ST CLAIR Both Phones 471m STREETI JNowij l We have the White Maple Hardwood ing which makes the prettiest floors of any wood FloorbtWe Have a Carlo- adHammondI o- I v4tq 1 11 i ic kh1J 74x Suits Superb showing of Styles that benr the mark of dependability not being selected until styles Were settled GreyBlnck 1500iNew Models in Cloths Mixed Suitings or Cheviots at 2500 Misses Junior Suits in sizes 11 to 15 for girls correct styles 1000 to 15- 00Coats Light Weight Fall Coats 5 to 1- 5Skirts Styles that Fit Qualities that Near5 to 10 i LEPROSY IS CURABLE Washington Sept 18After displaying rare heroism by the devotion of a lifetime to a study of leprosy Eugene E Plumacher American Consul at Maracabio Venezuela has decided that the dread malady is not contagious but is hereditary to a degree not reached in any other disease He has made an exhaustive report to the State Department telling of his personal attendance upon lepers afflicted in the most revolt ing form His report indicates that leprosy is curable but there is little hope in Venezuela or other LatinAmerican leper colonies where nutritious foods are expensive and drugs rarely ever providedDr was appointed to Maracabio in 1878 where in conjunction with his duties as Consul he constantly observed t leper cases and their treatment iinnd where he experimented in no way In this he has had the benefit of correspondence with the most advanced scientists of the United States and Europe and it was through his efforts that the tuatua plant used i in treating the disease is now in all countries which tlllanted stations At the re these scientists Dr Plu macher took many photographs of lepers personally removing the bandages of the afflicted that the I best results might be attained He was allowed to visit secretly many lepers in Maracabio con cealed by their families to avoid being sent in banish ment to the islandIUsing a tamed through Dr S S Bothwell now Marshal of the Supreme Court of Porto Rico he experi privatethis special charge These cases embracd both classes of the disease tho dry class where extremities become calienized so that fingers and toes may be broken off without pain tc tho patients and the other class known as wet or soft leprosy where overy part becomes putri ANNOUNCING SOME NEW FALL ARRIVALS Wo nro now possessed of a fall complotoment of new Suite LightWeight Fall Wraps Skirts Dress Goods Blankets Outings and Gloves Its an enticing array of Fall Wearables and Coverings every Late Style and Design The Now Stocks cannot be surpassed for Beauty Variety and Low Pricedness Theres a world of interest here now for every correctly dressed woman and every thrifty housewife AlwaystheDress Goods Navy Serge in Shadow Plaid worth OOc only 59c 86 inch Fine Poplin Green Red Blue or Black 85c per yard Beautiful Grey Plaid Mixtures 50c per yard Very Choice Patterns Novelty Plaid Suit ings 100 to 200 per yard fiecl and rots away leaving at last nothing but a trunk of a pointImuch good results but that the lack of proper food made absolute cure impossible- Dr Plumacher says in his re port that as he was successful and goodIwould rather drop the society of his friends of the foreign colony than to abandon the lepers Though he observed minute care to avoid any danger from contagion he suffered a most hor rifying experience in attending a boy patient at the leprosy insti tution and a few days after the incident small sores appeared on his hands but after some months these dried up although discol ored marks remained CHOATEVILE Protracted meeting of the Choatevillo Christian Church has closed Much good has been ac complished The sermons that Rev John Basly preached were severe and orthodox Farmers are cutting their to bacco Corn is ripe Mr Chester Lacefield called on his best girl Sunday last Mr Boono Hamilton called on Miss Jessie Pierce Sunday Mr Roby Hulette called on Miss Lauia Moore Sunday Rev John called on Miss Emma Dennis Sunday Mr Reynolds Hamilton and Miss Ellis Peters were out driving SundayMr Showaltor was the guest of his best girl Sunday Mr Lougin Sudduth of Ben son called on his best girl Miss Georgia Fleming Sunday Lost strayed or stolenThe last was seen of Muster Dan Moore he was going in tho direction of Mr Bob Hulettes There is a liberal reward offered to the one that will return him to his mother Miss Lthel Quire of Benson is the guest of her sister Mrs Ernest Pierce this week Mr Hullie Hulette and Miss Mary Haydon were out driving MondayMiss Hulette of Bryant SilksPlaids for Waists 75c per yard Stylesin80 inch Colored Taffeta extra value 100 per yar- dGloves 16Button Silk or Lisle Gloves 125 150 Mos Quitaire Kid Gloves 8 12 or 16 Button Lengths town attended church at Choate ville last Sunday evening What has become of Blue Bells and Blue Eyes Wake ups Wake up JULIETT DONT BE SORE When two strong men come 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 J W Gayle LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amine stock C M BRIDGEFORD Main Street Opposite Engine House 23tf BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour front 0 a m to 7 p in and nt and p in Leave Paris every hour from 6 a 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other illus trnted literature W G MORGAN D T Lexington l Ky H C KING C P T A 111 E Main Lexington Ky J F LOGAN Try P Agt Ill E Main Lexington Ky A R COOK C PT A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville C H HUNGERFORI District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Ave Louisville J C BEAM JR A G P A St Louis Mo t MEXPERIENC TRADE MARKSIAnyone sending a sketch and quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention probably Communion lions IItrlctir on Patents patentsIntema ive tint notice without charue In tho Scientific fliMicanhandsomely Illustrated weekly rnrce9t Ireof any sclenUtlo journal Terms W s year fourwontbsSL Sola all newsdealers YorkBranch I k fITtiBFranKfortHounilaDDUt Entered at the postotHce rt Frankfort Kl t tupkv Hsseioiulehiss mailable matter h f GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub t FRANKFORT SEPT 15 1906 DECLINED TO ACCEPT Rev Dr M B Adams was re cently elected by the Foreign Mis RapJList Convention as Secretary of the Educational Department of that Board with headquarters atr Richmond Va Dr idiots was urged by a number of the most prominent members of the Baptist Church in the South to accept the position which carried with it a sal aryof 2500 and other COilS idem tionsAfter mature deliberation he has declined to accept the posi tion and determined to remain at the head of the large church in this city of which he has been pastor for about eight years He considers this field one of the most important and promising in the denomination and in the Stoterrhe church now has 702 members and has been largely in lcreased in numbers and in contri butions since Dr Adams became the pastor He is one of the most consecrated ablest and most bril liant of the long line of young k ministers of that denomination I in KentuckyDr has also declined to accept a call to the Georgetown Baptist Church which is a very important field as it has attached to its congregation the students of Georgetown College The many friends of this sturdy and fearless young preacher are rejoicing to know that he will rev cityiLaid With Masonic Ceremonies That enterprising body of Ma sons which compote the member ship of Anderson Lodge No 90 and Lawrenceburg Chapter No 188 have commenced the erectio- of a handsome building in Law renceburg to be used for business and lodge purposes and having completed the foundation the cornerstone was laid yesterday afternoon with Masonic sere monies Mr Geo A Lewis of this city as proxy of the Gran Master conducted the ceremonies and Rev Chas R Hudson of this city delivered the address Frankfort and Versailles Com manderies acted as ail escort to the Grand Lodge and every If a Cow gave Butter marJkind would have to Nat tures emulsion butter put in shape for digestion Cod liver oil is ex tremely nourishing but it has to be emulsified before we can digest it Scotts Emulsioc- ombines the best oil with the valuable hypo phosphites so that it is easy to digest and does far more good than the oil alone could That makes Scotts Emulsion the most strengthening nourishing food medicine s in the world Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists t 409416 Pearl Street New York 60c and t100 All druggists f Ew Of amolxn Affected My HeartI So I Had To Sit Up- To Breathe IDr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me There is nothing that has a more deleter ious effect upon the cardiac or heart nerves than the excessive use of tobacco Pain end oppressivefeelingthroat discomfort from sleepingon side and smothering at when the sufferer has to fit up in bed to breathe are the most common symptoms of a weak heart Smokers who leel these symptoms and who do notunderstand their meaning should be warned in time by the following experience I was greatly troubled with an affection of the heart due I think to excessive smoking On writing to you for advice I was directed to begin a course of treatment which in cluded Dr Miles Heart Cure Dr Miles Nervine and Nerve nd Liver Pills together with bathing etc I faithfully the directions given and am pleased to say that cure is complete and permanent Be fore beginning the use of your I was so n tous I could not keep my hands still and suffered greatly severe pains around the heart Many times at would be forced to assume a sitting posture to breath and for the time being it stoppedbeatingin my case I can Miles Heart Cure Restorative Nervine and other remedies to all sufferers from heart or nervous troublesYours truly ELIJAH HALL Dothan Ala All druggists stlland guarantee first bot tle Dr s free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Frankfort Mason who could con veniently do so went up and took part in the parade SOLDIER BOYS RETURN I HOME About 11 80ion Saturday morning the local companies of Ken tucky National Guards returned from the Henderson encampment where they had been for some ten days or two weeks Battery A Capt C W Long mire and signal corps Capt H B Donaldson commanding headed by the Second Regiment baud marched to the armory on Main street where they were dis bandedThe boys presented a soldierly appearance being browned and healthy looking DID YOU KNOW Teanacts directly on toe Mucous Mem brane purifies the blood and cleanses the entire system of the microbes and germs of Catarrh Hay Fever Asthma Bronchitis Coughs and Colds To all sufferers of these troubles we recommend it believing a course of Father Williams Medi cine will produce better Teda by Frankfort Drug Co NOMINATIONS FOR CON GRESS The Republicans of the 7th LesIIIIgtoIlinated Hon J W Calvert of Old ham county as their candidate for Congress The Republicans of the Sixth Congressional District met nt COy ington on Monday and nom hinted Hon YoF Schuermau at present mayor of Carrollton as their candidate for Congress SUICIDE On Tuesday evening Mr Curt Sacra son of Mr W T Sacra cf stticidne bridge into that creek The body was recovered in about an hour Sacra was despondent and remarked to a friend just as they Ireached the center of the bridge Well here goes and in of all the friend could do jumpe- over the railing Sacra leaves a young wife father mother sister and brother to mourn his rash act Coroner Graham held an in quest the jury returning a verdict in accord with the facts 1t l TWELFTH ANNUAL CONVENTION JUNIOR ORDER AMER ICAN MECHANICS The twelfth annual convention of the Junior Order of American Mechanics mot in tin cllyon Tuesday morning in the Hall of the IIousi of Representative Delegates to the number of about 800 marched from the headquar ters at the Capital Hotel headed by the Second Regiment Band to the hall at 10 oclOtk a m Rev f 0 A Caught of the Methodist Church made the in vocation Rev Chas R Hudson of the Christian Church de livered a beautiful and appropriate address of welcome which was followed by an address from Col T Hiter Crockett sparkling with wit and fun Mayor E E Hum welcomed the Convention in behalf of the city Col W S Dehoney also welcomed the delegates in behalf of the other fra ternal orders of the city State Councellor R D Hardy of Dayton responded to the sev eral addresses in behalf of the Convention in stirring and appropriate language The Convention transacted a large amount of business the re ports showing very gratifying evi dences of progress among all lines the net gain in membership being 2059 for the year- Middlesboro was selected as the place of meeting for next year The following officers wore elected for the ensuing term StatejCouucillor J H Detton of Covington State Vice Councillor J H Ham brick of Louisville State Council Treasurer L W Phillips of Covington State Council Secretary M C Baue of Vanceburg State Council ConductorR G Housson of Dry Ridge State CounoilardenLogan Chapman of Monica State Council Inside Sentinel Albert Buch of Bromey State Council Outside Sentinel W C Turner of Middlesboro State Council Chaplain John T Stamper of Barbourville Representatives Natioffal Cou- ncil4 yearsR D Harding of Dayton and H C Dumont of Newport 2 yearsChas Stel mer Jr of Newport and Theo J Rehm of Louisville The Convention gave expression handssome manner in which they had been entertained and especially to the ladies of the Daughters of America auxiliary order and to the committee of arrangemnents consisting of Messrs W B Che nowith E E RosH n and M B Pollock of this city A parade composed of all the members of the Order in the city marched through the i Wednesdayl ment band after which a banquet was served to five hundred mem bers in the Odd Fellows Temple the ceremonies not concluding until 1 a m of Thursday WHEN WE ARE IN A HURRY In these days of rush and burr courtesy is often forgotten In the mad pell mell rushof our Inthat we rather remained undone A hastily eaten meal and its re sultant headache may cause u social or financial loss The wise man or woman is the one who re lieves little ills of this sort bya little dose of Kodol For Dyspep aud shape Sold by J W Gayle CAB T B RIElBears Bignataro of A Ih9 Treatmenti r t 1 i Pleasant doJake Laxative Ji fSNOTES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your DoctorI fro t 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 intestinesiLYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable t 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 jYour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried tBOTTLEtALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER ji Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers IScythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows t Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches rFRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils EtciValue JOHN DRISCOLL UaIifV The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade ySour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky D LittleEarly Risers The famous little pills OVATTEDGentlemaneanorlady byy250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses ad stampsSTREET CAR SCHEDULE farda m and every ten minutes thereafter till 930 p in After that every twenty minutes till 1080 On the cemetery line they leave same place at 030 a in and every thirty minutes till 1000 p m Park cars leave Capital Hotel at 640 a m and every thirty minutes till 1010 p mLeestown cars leave Capital Hotel at 050 a m and every thirty minutes till 1020 p mIIf i it N i PJ t JOHN EDG- EBEICKMASOF t FaeNXFOaJ XY Will build Chimneys Cisterns and Milk houses in any part of County Boilor 1Furnaco 83Gm work and repairs Phone 528 KILLTH COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery i II FOR cONSUMPTION II60eSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK 4r It f Cases plain simple and I 1 Silver in either Gold Gold ornateI wwwrwerrww w- wY IwYwiwtwl yw I yRM J lUG BLUEGRASS FAIR 1I The gates of the Big Bluegrnss Fair will be thrown open nt Lex ington next Monday September 4i 17 and for six days and six nights the people of Lexington and Con Kentucky will be given the li to attend what prom Itml to be the biggest and the best ever held in the South Al though the Bluegrass Fair Asso ciation was not organized until in beenyk men that as great an exhibition is assured as could ordinarily be gotten together after six months of hard work Over 25000 will f be given away in premiums fort r the varIOUS classifications to be theIKentuckyItfully the various divers interests with which the people of Central Kentucky are most particularly concerned Handsome offerings are made for all classes of live stock and for all agricultural and horticultural products In addi tion the largest amount ever offered by a fair association in the South for poultry will be given and the premiums for womens work table delicacies and other features of Floral Hall are unsurpassed in the annals of Kentucky fair history One of the greatest features of the fair will be the display of lk thoroughbred horses which will the place on Saturday September 22 Over 5000 is offered for I this class of horses alone Pre miums from the owners of the t large stock farms throughout Cen iN tral Kentucky insure the largest and most valuable display of thoroughbred horses ever held in l the world It is well within the j bounds of expectation to predict that more than two million dol lars worth of thoroughbred horses will be exhibited that day The cattle show will be the best ever seen at a Kentucky fair The large amounts offered by the Blue gates Fair Association have been supplemented by offer 4ings from the Shorthorn and Hereford Breeders Associations t Dairy cattle have been in no sense I In Womanly Ailments and Weaknesses Dr Shoops Night Cure Sootlfes Heals and Cures while the Patient Sleeps forSwFemale parts a eer white lily To this are added other remedies which draw out the poisons and heal the Inflamed membranes This soothing anti eptio local application is known by druggists ti end physicians everywhere as DR SnooPs NIGHT CURE because it cures while the pa tlent sleeps and the morning linda the pain the inflamma tlon the discharges abated The lives of a many women are I records of martyr dom They suffer they are sick they never know a well day yet nil this suffering and sickness unnecessary I Every cades J lgw maynaFbo themlbustnnd perfeoy tly healthy wo i Jt this ovorlnyt ireaslnjr number fat suffering women hopetKIOQT CURe will como S a Balm of Gilead You may not know your trouble by the name 11 physicians give It but remember Do Snoopa IOnT may be relied upon in all cases of womb ulceration falling of the womb pains In the womb or ovaries leucorrhooa Olaammatlon congestion Irregular or nnlnfnl cnstruatlon Ask for Dr Snoops Miami Recommended and sold by MALL DEALERSI J f II M f b kEEPING A GOOD ttlATCH Is necessary to every man who would succeed in l life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you willI obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to I be accurate timekeepers ltL 4 wwwl- WY1NI ASELBERT-r especiallyliberal The tobacco exhibit will be a ByInloneIsecured furnish the music This is an or ganization which has made a remarkable reputation the last two seasons Succeeding Liberatti and other famous bands at the Cincinnati Zoo it is unanimously considered best of them all Mu sical features of real interest and novelty will be provided There will be high class free attractions in front of the grand stand both morning and afternoon of each day and there will be some fifteen or twenty shows each possessing some unusual feature and each getting away from the old hack typeThereprogram each afternoon with both harness and running races Reduced rates have been secured pointinpossible to reach the Bluegrass Fair without difficulty and with little expense from all sections of the State Every prospect indi cates the most successful the largest and the best fair ever held in the South WELL TO BE CAREFUL When you have a cold it is well to be very careful about using anything that will cause consti pation Be particularly careful about preparations containing opiates Use Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar Sold by J W Gayle FIFTH STATE DEVELOP MENT CONVENTION Attention of leading farmers and business men of the State is now being attracted to the Fifth State Development Convention to be held Winchester October 10 11 and 12 The committee in charge of the arrangements at Winchester are working hard in preparing for it and are enthusi astic over the prospect of an ex cellent program and a large at tendanceThe will include six business sessions The Conven tion will be called to order at 180 p m Wednesday October 10 and there will be an evening ses sion that day Thursday morn lug the delegates will go on an excursion to Beattyville as the guests of the Winchester Com mercial Club where some of the Eastern Kentucky coal mines and lumber plants near there will be visited lunch be served by the citizens of Boattyville and a short business session held Returning to Winchester an everting session will bo held that day and on Fri day and Friday evening the last day three sessions will be held Senator William Lindsay of Now York has accepted an invita tion to act as chairman of the ConventionA of much interest on the program is that of the roll call of counties Seventytwo counties responded in the roll call at Louisville and the committee expect to have more responses year Each county judge in the State has been asked to select t it prJ a man in this county to prepare nl statement to be used on the roll call ofcounties setting forth county statistics in answer to the following questions 1 In what does your county excell 2 What does your county need most 8 What is its labor supply and what wages does such labor command 4 Vhat factories and other industries have you Give oflbusinessand amount wngesIThe information to the Convention will be and given wide publicity compiledI out the United States to Kentucky capital seeking vestment This matter is one that should not be overlooked in this county It is an excellent means of adver tising our resources and desirability as a location of such indus tries as we need and of bringing before the public what we have und what we want Men through out the country who are seeking investment read the literature of such bodies as the State Develop ment Convention and a good strong statement from our county will be of much value to us We want other people to know us and to know what we have CIRCUIT COURT Judge Robt L Stout opened the September term of circuit court on Monday morning The grand jury was empanneled and sworn and is composed of the fol lowing gentlemen J B Utter back foreman Geo E Gardner Richard Sullivan Elsie Tracer Barge Moore James Botkin A H Tichenor Henry M Penn D B Black Robert Church Jr Clarence Hamilton Zack Reed and Style Young FACTS IN NATURE Not Only Do We Get Inspiration From Nature But Health as Well For people who are rundown and nerv who from 5t1on or dys torpidliverthe morning and poor appetite comes necessary to turn to some tonic or strengthener will assist Nature and to get on their feet and- put the body into its proper condition Its becoming more and moreheathgivingNatures most valuable agents are to be found in forest plants and roots Nearly forty years ago Dr RV Pierce now the Hotel and SurgicalInstitute at Buffalo N Y discovered that scientifically extracting and combining certain medici nal principles from native rootsi taken from our forests d produce a medicine which was marvelously efficient in curing cases of blood disorder and liver and stomach trouble as well as many other chronic or lingering ail ments This concentrated extract of Natures vitality ho named Golden Med ical Discovery It purities the blood by putting the stomach liver into healthy condition thereby helping the digestion and assimilation of food feeds the blood Thereby It cures weak stomach indigestion torpid liver orbll lousness and derangements If you have coated tongue with bitter or bad taste in tho morning frequent headaches feel weak easily tired stitches or pain In side back out easily and aches belching of constipation or Irregular bowels feel al ternating with chilly sensations or kin dred symptoms they point to derange ment of your liver and kidneys which the Golden Medical Discovery will correct moro speedily and perma nently than an other known agent Con tains no alcohol or habitforming drugs All its ingredients printed in plain Eng lisle on wrapper The solo motive for substitution Is to permit tho dealer to make a little moro Ho gains lose Accept no sub stitute for Golden Medical Discovery Constipation causes and aggravates many serious diseases It is thoroughly cured by Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets Ono a laxative two or three are cathartic hOtt Ftlr f rPr Reliable Jeweler 230 st Clair S reef IF yOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE i There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price 4 This is the class of trade we seek Our work is j strictly HAND MADE and will out wear any factorymade job several times over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING If you need a new vehicle of any kind it will PAY you to see us before buying 1jTe make a specialty of overhauling and repaint ing vehicles Write or phone us and our rep resentative will call to see you We take vehiclesLijfrom Frankfort and deliver them back without co- stSeller Carriage Goz 1 VERSAILLES KY 1 H K WARD President RESCUE OF A MERCHANT A prominent merchant of Shon go N Y J A Johnson says Several years ago I contracted a cough which grew worse and worse until I was hardly able to move around I coughed constantly and nothing relieved my terrible suffering until I tried Dr Kings 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 remedy for colds Fully guaranteed 50c and 100 at all druggists Trial bottle free REDUCED RATES Reduced rates on all railroads in Kentucky are offered for the Big Blue Grass Fair to be hied at Lexington the week of Se tem ber willibeQ C C and the Southern rail roads reaching Lexington at a convenient hour in tho 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 can be had upon application to the ticket agent at that point or by writing Secretary Bain 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 ence The week of September 17th to 22d will be a gala week for Lexington and the Blue grass thenStateStates The Fair will be well worthy of the patronage of all who attend A SCIENTIFIC WONDER The cures that stand to its credit make Bucklens Aruica HIcuredWaynesboro Pa ofn distressing case of PiloseIt heals tho worst Burns Sores Bails Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only 25c at all druggists k r J t cIi C M BRowN ING Sec and Treas II Free ItheITONIC HAIR FOOD 4 and Dandruff Cure in this community we will give FREE to every t third person who will cut out this advertise rment and present it at ifdaysbottle of this famous remedy for the hair f and scalptCRANITONIC HAIR FOOD is sold under an Jabsolute guarantee FreeTo every third person who presents this advertisn- lent within ten lays iiW GAYLEJ Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky tj Illinois Central l Seventh F River Louisville tr f No Memphis d N O Ltd No Leaves IO p m Arrives 7t3 a m New Orleans Special No Leaves iS p in Arrived 535 p m No Local Mall No Loaves 730 a m Arrive 455 p m For Fulton Paducah and intermediate points Connection to and from Elizabeth town HodBenville and Hopldnsville except no Sunday service to Elizabethtowu and Hodgea Mlle Stops at all stations No Accommodation No Leaved 480 p m Ar ives 055 a m onHSundays t 1 yf t o MARRIED an fJETTHOLLOYELLThe ap proaching marriage of Mr Wil- liamf Whittington Jett Jr of this city and Miss Pearl Marshall IfHollowell of Harrison 0 which occur at the First Presby terian Church of Harrison on Tuesday September 25 Mr Jett is one of Frankforts cleverest and most popular young men energetic and upright His bride is said to be a handsome intelligent and lovable young ladythe daughter of Mr F M Hollowelland wife r aWe extend our heartiest congratulations a JACKIES IN CUBA A detachment of Jackies from the cruiser Denver have been landed in Havana Cuba Things look squally The beginning oft the end And there stood your Uncle Samuel HON W J BRYAN IN LOU ISVILLE A big crowd of the friends and admirers of Hon Win J Bryan received him in Louisville on Wednesday A big parade and 4reception in the morning was followed by a mass meeting at the Auditorium that night c Addresses were delivered by Hon Henry Watterson Senator Carmack of Tennessee and Col Bryan Much enthusiasm was manifested ri ALEX HARGIS ON THE WAR PATH Jackson Ky Sept idOver- an alleged publication in the Breathitt County News of last week A H Hargis accosted Judge J Wise Hagins in the courthouse door in Jackson today and made violent threats against him and ordered him to not use his name again in the paper It appeared that Hargiswouid resort to violence but there were no blows Hagins went immediately before Police Judge Cardwell and swore out a warrant for Hargis Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerate heals skin eruption PUBLIC SALE 4 At our farm near Farmdale on the Frankfort and Lii renceburg pike we will offer on FRIDAY SEPT 2S 190G The following 125 hogs 75 good stock hogs weighing from 75 to 125 pounds 10 brood sows some with young pigs 80 Poland Chinas of Geo Clayton stock of Bourbon coun ty boars sows and pigs I have kept them pure Thirty tons of hay in stacks the best in quality I have raised v in five years 800 bushels of fine potatoes 2 splendid milk cows with calves by their sides And a number of other things Sale to begin at 11 oclock a in 5 The lids has been melted in the andAhave a good time Terms 10 and over 4 months credit without interest good bankable paper Under that sum cashEverything will be put up to u suit buyers J P HOSTETTER B B PEAK Auctioneer 22t Dr Ctulys Contlitfon iowucrs are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier arj vermifuge They are not food I t pmf3 cents per package For sulft by J VV Gayle and LeConipte Gayle Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Pi t i t J BIRTHS SOHROFF In this city on Sunday to Mr Louis C Schrcff and wifen daughter WRECK ON SHORT LINE Owing to a freight wreck involving sixteen cars on the ShortI Line trains were com come through this city from Lou isville on Thursday in order to reach Cincinnati sCARD OF THANKS We desire to return our thanks to Rev C R Hudson the City and State officials and others who so kindly assisted us during the recent session of the Junior Order of American Mechanics May every blessing rest upon you E E ROSSEN Chn Executive Committee THE KENTUCKY NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL INSTI TUTE FRANKFORT Dedicatory Exercises Twentieth Anniversary Celebration This Institution will celebrate its Twentieth Anniversary Mon day October S 1906 Dr Booker T Washington has accepted the invitation extended him to be peopleIour for young women You and your friends are cor dially invited to be present to wit ness the exercises inspect the new dormitory and premises in gen eral and to hear Mr Washington- For program of days exercises address after September 27 JAMES S HATHAWAYPresident Frankfort Ky P SThe fall term of this In stitution will begin Tuesday Oc tober 9 1906 REDUCED GRASS FAIRItheThroughout of the Big Bluegrass Fair to be 171toany the State may be had on all rail wnsIto Louisville with this object in view Secretary Bain is leaving no stone unturned to make of this the biggest and best fair ever held in the South und with the nmpIeI railroad facilities that ha provided it bids fair to surpass the most sanguine expectations of its enthusiastic secretary Special trains will be run by the Louisville Nashville from Lagrange to Lexington and on its Cincinnati branch from Falmouth to Lexington The Southern will run specials from Shelbyville to Lexington and the Queen Cres cent will also run specials from some point considered most ad visable The people of Kentucky will thus be enabled to get to Lex ington early in the morning and have time to see the entire program for the day before late in the afternoon lenvingI Prospects point willifurnishstruction to all who will come 1 TORTURE BY SAVAGES Speaking of the which sonic of the savage tribosI in the Philippines subject their captives reminds mo of the in tense suflering I endured for three inflammation of theIkidneys says W M of Cushing Me Nothing helped mo until I tried Electric Bitters three bottles of which completely cured me- Cures Liver Complaint Dyspep sin Blood disorders and Malaria and restores the weak and nervous to robust health Guaranteed by till druggists Price 50o 3k YfirM v DEATHS TOPPASSIn this county on Thursday the infant son of Mr William Toppna and wife aged three months PUBLIC SALE Attention is called to the ad vertisement of Mr J P Hostetter offering stock and crops for sale Everything that is put up will be scld The articles offered are all desirable Read his ad CINCINNATI FALL FESTIVAL Cinch nati 0 Sept SpecialIs 28as unlucky ns No 18 At the Backwoods Inn one of the many features of the Fall Festival now at its height the question seems to find an an swer There are over a hundred young women waitresses employed in this place of refreshment and each is provided with a badge bearing a number No 28 is missingAn man was seated at a table the other day and the following conversation took place between him and barmaid No 48 Wheres waitress 28 Skidooed What Skidooed Gone Yes Why Kidded Who kidded TwentythreedWhy EverybodyDid get another girl to the number Had five Tell me about it Well you see the first 28 was a plain sort of a girl not so very handsome and every time she passed a keg of suds the fellows would get on to the number and yell Twentythree She got insulted and quit The next 28 was a peachn regular lulu Me for you skid doo was the way everybody talked to her and being a shy little thing she couldnt stand it Skidoo was her pet name Everybody called her that most lovingly and she couldnt stand the limelight She gave up her badgeWe got another waitress to take it but before it got as warm as she was she saw how the land lay and by the time she had toted the foamy two hours she had been kidded to death Then somebodv told her to heat it while her shoes were hot and she did She hasnt been seen since Twentythree No 4 cut her hand opening a pint and No5 got sick and hasnt shown up sincerlhe badge is waiting for No 0 but I dont think anybody wear it any more than theyll take the No 18 genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures n cold In one day THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate ft trip to the oounInfewinoludingBanffdian Hocking a sea trip from Vic toria and Vancouver to tho Expusi tion City Americas play IountlHoodmon capitol Salt Lake City and- Its great dead sea tho mines and mountains of Colorado the sub limo Grand Canon that no brush has ever copied and to see and reach nil by the most comfortable and luxurious means of travel it would pay you to confer with a Motion Houto Agont while In Lou isvIllo for his ofllco is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated literature on tho subject anti all andIntelligiblytance telephone talks may help you Both phones 1181 Address E H Bacon D P A Motion Route Louisville Ky I 4 1in1sonalAll Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 PareIgoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach antI Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTOR1A ALWAYS A Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TNt IIF l 201000P- ACMNMS IN THE BIG = BLUEgRASS =FAIR LEXINGTON SEPTEMBER 17th TO 22nd The biggest and best Fair ever held in the South Classifications include MilitaryBandFor Catalogue end other information address GEO A BAIN SeeyJ CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Slgnaturf of = New Fast TrainT- OColorado1 il UTAHAND II PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday 1- 0the now trains will leave St Louts 000 polntiJIOIOpThrough car service for SanFran disco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address BTQ MATTHEWS Tray Pass Act Louisville Kyi H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Me TImTB1 Sjlffilllng Pen ink to spillno clogging hklugI the button flaihra IWrite the Instant it paperI I Noaj with karat solid pen point fineit vulcanized rubber and guaranteed Ea loFla hNo25 250Eaglelarge lre with gold Lands400 by and Other Store YOUR DEALER If be EagleFLASU the retail direct to ui pen absolutely guar anteed Eagle Pencil Co Manufacturers 377 Broadway New York lt 20000 IN ty- PRCMIM a ATTENTION BUILDERS1f NOW IS BARN BUILDING TIME lr c c 307309 Main St c ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chlun rector being absent Mr Chas Cllngnmn will ollicinto at the a in and 780 p m services hOa ni Sundayschool n nj Prayer and Sermon 3 Everybody invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B III Adams D tho pnstor will preach at a in and 730 p m Sundayschool at 045 in the chnpel Bnrnca class at 945 a m taught by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 7 00 an In the on Wednesday night at chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free ley CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor will preach at a m and 745 p Sundayschool at 030 a m in the Christian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the Wednesday evening at 745 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 8 oclock Everybody Invited- CATHOLIC CHURCHRev father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a in High Mnss at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p in PRESBYTERIAN CHUROH 11 Henry of Lebanon Tenn at a m and 730 p m at 030 a m Society of Christian m Wednesday evening at welcomed CHURCHRev J O pastor being at Confer ence there will be no preaching at either J hour Sundayschool at 945 a m Epworch League at 645 p m i Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 p Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pastor having returned will preach ot 11 u in i and 780 p Sundayschool at 045 a m Young Peoples Society at 700 p m I Prayermeeting Wednesday at oclock Everybody invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school every Sunday afternoon LETTER LIST The following is the list of advertised letters for the week ending Sept 15 Amos J L Arnold Henry Bonnell W H Carney J D DeNlght Flora D Franco W S Fortner Lucy Russell Frances Nancy Grant James Gutsell Emma Hall Edward Hager G W Haddox James A Hall Carlo Harlan Ben Hayes S W 2 Klnoheloe Frank S Kldd C F Hobly George Monre Harvey Mills Nelllu ONeill Thos A Shores Henry Thompson Maggie Thorpe Mrs Thompson A G Reiver I When calling Eveline for the above Utters please say BARNES P M caSTOnraBem Slgnatur of J A Neglect BUT BUY ONLY THE BEST We carry a Full Line of V Steel Roofing One and Two Ply Floroil Roofing Three Ply Felt RoofingtSlaters Felt and Building Paper Lime Cement Salt P C SOWER ca30730911IainSt RELIGIOUS isWednesllll chape- lPratermeeting chape- lPrayermeeting dFIRST I3IETHODIST PRESBYTERIAN t Dont Your Roof Crimp CONFEDERATES Hold Reunion nt Pewee Valley in OctoberCall Issued Tho following call has been Headquarters Ky Div U C V In obedience to the authority given by the Kentucky State reunion in October 1905 the annual reunion of tho Kentucky Division of United Confederate Veterans is hereby called at the Confederate Home at Pewee Val for September 28 1900 at 11 oclock a m At this reunion a Major Gen eral for the division and Brigade Commissioner for First Third and Fourth will be elected These annual reunions are delightful occasions for Confederate comrades who live at the Confed erate Home and also afford an opportunity for the veterans throughout the State to visit the Kentucky Confederate Home now acknowledged to be the best equipped best maintained and Initsbelieved a large number of thed members of the division willit gladly avail themselves of opportunity not only see thet home itself but also to cheer and encourage our gallant comrades who find it necessary to avail themselves of its benefits Camp commanders are earnestly urged to bring with them a full oster of all members also writ ten reports of the deaths and other matters affecting their camp since last reunion oThe railroads have kindly con to give usual rates and arrangements will be made on the grounds for the entertainment during the day for all visitors The camp commanders are also particularly requested to report all efforts made or to be made for the erection of Confederate monuments throughout the State In proportion tc the number of Con federate soldiers enlisted Ken tucky has erected the largest number of monuments to the Confed erate dead In the next ten years the num ber of these memorials in Ken tuoky should be doubled Dele gates are urged to bring with them some welldevised suggestions for an increase of these monuments to the great cause for which Kentucky Confederates made so great sacrifices and offered such unselfish and glorious tribute By order of BENNETT H YOUNG Maj Gonl Comdg Ky Div UI tC V W A MILTON Adjt Genl and Chief of IfI At TI hlf REBELLION IS GROWING Havana Sept 18rThe rebellion looms stronger today than ever All tho smaller towns ii Santa Clara province appear to bi absolutely in the control of the insurgents Cienfuegos is in a state of alarm Railroad river and steamboat communication has been stopped The rebel outside of Cienfuegos continue to receive reinforcements Things are more normal ai Santa Clara City Trains over the lines of the United Companies are running without interruption except occasional hold ups Both Santa Clara and Cienfuegos are prepared to resist invasion but the number of rebels before the cities is vastly superior to the government forces Reports that the force under Pino Guerra is marching toward Havana coupled with the very much increased concentration of rebels outside the city is causing uneasiness here Deposits in the banks are extremely heavy but is right All the troops can possibly he spared from in Havana province are ing brought into the city proper Depredations along tho lines of Western and Cuban Central railroads continue Trains on other lines are not molested other than to be fired upon by small bands of rebels Felioiano Prieto who has the reputation of being a strike leader has been arrested There is rea son to believe that the Liberals attempted to complicate matter by causing a strike in Havana Their efforts however were futile The steamer Marie Horressa with arms and ammunition aboard for the government arrived here from New York without incident The governments supplies of arms and ammunition are fairly plentiful but there is little doing in the way of enlistments 9 Piles positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Its made for piles alone and it does the work to perfection Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic Sold by 1all dealers 1FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Tho Southern Railway havo In auguratod free redlining chair cm service between Louisville and Evansville on their fast through trains leaving Louisville 730 a in and 6 p m daily and tunning solid to Evan sv111o without change This lino also operates free chair oars on night trains from Lexington and Danville to St Louis also Pullman Sleeper through from Danville to St Louis Tho Southern nanWl is 23 miles the shortest from Louisville tc EMUiBvillo and 43 miles the short sto to St Louis 9 s Weaver1 Syrup and Cerate ISucceletul treatarofc for blood and akin dUoaees Q c STRONGAgain is what Mrs Lucy Stovallof Tilton Ga said after taking of otherweak women art being re I stored to perfect health by this rem edy YOU maybe well if you will take it Indigestion causes nearly all tho sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and tho delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs J to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchingheartburn and all stomach What You Eat IIIoUlImlhOI41 Dyspepsiai Kodol Dyspepsia disordersDigests at tat La1 tr toryoEODiWlt aochIca joUBA D FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE AN IDEAL VACATION TRI- YELLOWSTONE PARK PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Spend Your Money in This Country- ITINERARY OF TRIP Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Manitou TIKES PEAK Grand Rlvei Canon Royal Gorge Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Marshall Pass Black Canon and six and one lialf days in WONDERFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK COST OF TRIP Expenses of nu ordinary trip of this nature has been folly considered nn minimized so as to be within easy renal of all Special Sleepers will leave Louisville Night of July 25th For full particulate write J H GALLAGHER 1907 Barret Avenue Louisville t SPECIAL HBDDDBD 1IA JffPBS- HENDERSON ROUTE TO Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Col San Fancisco Los Angeles and San Die- goHOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES Season 1906 Colonist Rates toaCalifornia Points AND Great Northwest Dates Sale September 15 to October 31 1906 Ask Us For Full Information H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger AgentrLOUISVILLE Ky iGeneralLOUISVILLE Ky i Frankfort Wiati fly J The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 tro84 Air iNo821 SUNDAYAM 1Not2OO ILIFnSummit 631I2 Elkhorn Switzer Stamping tAI11I2 6 521 Duvall Johnson 2 7 f C S Newtown 8 7 33 Centerville 8 5 59 811787 Elizabeth 5 r 8 20 7 Paris JunctnI 8 6 i to Art 543 J Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Qtik Ct Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central at Frankfort Union Depot with L eIIiConnects 1BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCItf NA T VIA GEOROETOWK P MIA uIAMPM 2 6 LV Frankfort ArI 5j Georgetown ArI 17rotjAr Clnc Lve 8 BETWEEN FRANKFORT VIA PARIS CINCINNATIta M P M 2Oi Lv Frankfort Ar 7 20 Lv Georgetown Ar 625 7 Lv Ar 5 83 IIj10 Ar Cincinnati Lv IKENTUCKY CENTRAL RR POINTS TOO 20A L Fran wort A11 25A 720P i 47P A Georgetown A 04A1825P 3 25P 7 60A A Paris L 42P IIP 42A A Winchester 09AI245P j 15P 9 Maysville L17 45A 115P 502P 20P 50AIA Richmond LI 20A 165P Cincinnati 355P f QEO B HARPER C W HAY Pres It A Chesapeake Ohio Ry j Schedule in effect July 1 1906 sub ject to change without noticed For Louisville Nashville Memphis West and Southwest 900 A M anti 0H P111 Daily For Washington Baltimore Phil llcl phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1018 A M and 741 P M Daily 3lyr t tt Jt ff 1tl y STAMPING GROUND BornTo Mr Clarence Robin son and wife September 7n daughterMiss Ella Duvall has com rnenced teaching the Perry School Mr Richard C Head purchased of Dr G B Brown ten shares of Citizens Bank stock at 135 per i shareMr Jas B Sprake has gone to Iowa State University to accept a position as instructor in Mechan ical and Electrical Engineering Dr List and wife of Covington y who have been visiting her parents Capt G W White and wife have returned home The Buffalo Springs Academy will begin October 1 The Board of Trustees have employed Mr James Donovan as principal and ji Miss Sue Viley and Mrs C T Duvall as the assistants The old town seems to be waking up to a spirit of improvement Several citizens and cor porations are putting down con crete sidewalks in front of their property YIwind and rain storm on Sunday morning last Mr R C Head formerly of this place has resigned as cashier of the bank at Madison Ind and has moved to Louisville and ac cnshiershiptWe will soon have a new flour mill A number of gentlemen have bought a lot of Capt G W White a short distance from town on the Owenton pike and will push the building at once ChristianlHomer Robinson and Miss Bertha 1 Devers were married by Rev G HillICrutchfield is to read a paper on Chronic Rheumatism Jtat the next meeting of the Scott Medical Association to be held December 6 UNO e IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW a Heap of Happiness it Would Bring to Frank 1iWhat fort Homes to do housework with an aching back Brings you hours of misery at leisure or at work If women only knew the cause that Backache pains come from sick kidneysTwould save much needless woe Downs Kidney sick kidneys Pilrcure Frankfort this Mrs T Thornton wife of T Thornton barber of 588 Short St says A constant dull aching pain across the small of my back caused by my kidney has annoyed me for years On account of this and from the fact that r my back has been so weak I have r not been able to do any hard work about the house at all There was a constant irritation from the kidney secretions and were irregular unnatural and scalding Doans Kidney Pills were recom mended to me so that I I got a box at J W Gayles drugstore They certainly helped me in every way I felt better than I had for a long time and 1 have no hesitancy in recommending s Kidney Pills to any one 1Donn ng from kidney trouble of For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents I for the United States Remember the name Doaus and take no other genuineLaxative the remedy that cures n cold In one day A KENTUCKY CHRONICLE By John Thompson Gray L Surely a more charming chron icle was never written If style is not the man at its best it is a characteristic expression of the man and in this romance one finds John Thompson Grays wonderful l f Ilt i JJj personality an integral thing re vealed yet illusive Mr Gray had an exquisite and unquench able sense of humor he was a wide reader of literature and an appreciative one his power of observation was keen and well developed he had sympathy with many forms and types of life he had an aptitude for literary ex pression and the moral whole someness inseparable from all virile art The combined force of these gifts made possible such a genial and delightful chronicle In his material too Mr Gray was fortunate Or rather it would be better to say that in his life experience he was fortunate he was a pioneer in Kentucky He was born in Louisville in 1815 and for eightyseven years was identified with the life of that city and its environs He knew that life thoroughly and his ac count of it is tender and enrnestI He is a lover and he a lover with lingering touch and over it all is the rosygray mist of memory In this perspective men worne events motives passions ei Jrs find their true places and valuation A Ken tucky Crhonicle is more than a romance it is a wisdombook Among the Virginia emigrants to the Falls was Reginald Thorn ton a stately kindly gentleman of the old school Reginald Thornton establishes himself at Lastlands a few miles from the Falls and the life of his children his grandchildren their friends and enemies their lovers and detractors and servants form the heart of the book And these people of all types and condi tions and characters are real and lovable you are told what they do anti anticipate what they are going to do because you care about them not because it is a story And when at the close the chron icler finds at Lastlands a broken shaft of white marble which marks the grave of the last scion of the Thornton house brought homo from a distant battlefield you turn away with sincere regret It is an invaluable and true cross section of early Kentucky life and the State will treasure record 12mo cloth handsome press and binding Price pos paid 150 THE NEALE PUB CO New York Broadway 5th Ave and 28d St- Washington No 481 Eleventh St 1Jri A McDougall Kitchen Cabinet WILL save you hundreds of steps because everything you 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 McDougall Kitchen Cabinet takes the place of the kitchen table and gives you the same nnob structed 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 Hour 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 ns well as in the saving of steps Think what it would mean to you 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 ROGERS SONS2Iy SOLE AGENTS FRANKFORT KY oilWttlea Early Risers The famous little pills INDIGESTIONS RECORD 81The best I can prescribe for your dlgestloDtll1lltlnm Is Greens Flower other physicians who proscribe it regularly tjlndigestion is making ah awful record as a cause of sudden deaths It is beat ing heartfailure in its ghastly harvest CjYou read in the papers daily of apparently healthy and even robust men being suddenlyattacked with acute indigestion a meal and of their dying in many cases before a physician could be called in JThis should be a to who suffer with regular or periodical attacks of indigestion If these unfortunate vie tims of acute indigestion had taken a small dose of Greens August Flower be nottJAugust Flower prevents indigestion by creating digestion It also regulate the liver purifies the arid tones up the entire system in a natural qTwo sizes 25C 750 All druggists For sale by J W Gaylo i 97 LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMER TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE SEPT 9 1906 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND j DullyI Leave AM No2 DailyEx PM Leave IStotlo 1Mh i A Ar Dally NoS P Ar 785 225 0 Lexington 605 812 810 Winchester 055I 500 843a L Is E Junction 503 010 400 Clay City d25 4M 909 410 Stanton 425 9M 440 Junction 815I 857 JH 445 Natural Bridge 855 953 457 Torrent 780 842 1014 518 Junction 707 820 545 Athol1340 253 605 O E Junction 61fi 230 1115I 610 Jackson 610 225 Trains Nos and will make connections with the 0 05 LC Ji Junction CenuarnJunctionTrains Nos 28 and connect with tho LARy for Beattyville dlle TrulnsIr os3 und 4 conned with tho K By fqr local RrICHARLES SCOTT G P A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY ul Ex SundI No DailyEx IStations INo53 1No1 No2IIuls r A MLvePM LveIA M Arl PM Ariii980 2M Jackson a80 1120 0 925 230 O E Junction 8M 1126 158 Wilhurst 417 1162 10I152 Hampton 480 1158 I 128 Lee City 510 122J 10I 8481 12J Hetechnwa 518 1228 105 Cannel City 645 1245 Nos and will make close connection at O a E Junction with Nos 8 and for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent tfo rj AA A tliti jj