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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance I1 VOLI XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22 race No 3lu APPOINTMENTS OF KEN TUCKY CONFERENCE M E CHURCH SOUTH The following ore the appoint ments of Me ministers of the Kontuoky Conference M E Church South at its recent moot ing at Winchester Frankfort District Presiding ElderD W Robertson ir Cnrrollton M N Chandler CorinthC W Williams Frankfort J 0 A Vaught GeorgetownC h Bobon- Ghent W T Rowland it HintonA Redd Hughes Chapel and Big Stone P J Ross- 1Ii11ersburgWS J J Morphis Owenton and Gratz Green V f ToddParisJ P Strothov PetersburgC P Pilow PolsgroveRobert Johnson Port RoynlJ R Nelson t Ruddle Mills To be supplied WarsawE E Holmes President Millersburg Fema- lCollegeC C Fisher- Shelbyville District Presiding ElderJ R Deoring BeardGeorge Froh BedfordS H Pollitt Beech jiorkR B Baird Blooinfield Wm Britt Campbellsburg M Nelson Chaplin J D Reed r ChristiansburgC J Nugnt Lawrenceburg W Jackson Milton C W Boswell New CustleT C Eversole Pleasurovillo and Eminence H C Wright S Salvisa E J Terrill r Shelbyville 0 J Chandler SimpsonilleJ J Dickey Taylorsville T W Barker E Missionary to CulmC H i Greer EvanAgelistF M Hill iiLexiugton District Presiding ElderE EG Mann Camargo and Grassylick C F Onoy CamptonJ W Matthews Clay CityR B Wilson College HillT R Peoples Frenchburg and Olymphia Henry Martin Hazelgreeu W T Taylor Hindman and Whit sburg W i K McClure t IrvineC A GOFsa- ttJacksonW W GreeniLexington Hill StreetJ R SavageLexington Epworth and Park Avenue Walter Vreeland MoreheadR 11 Lee Mt SterlingH G Turner Mt Zion Church W F Wyatt NicholasvilleJ M Fuqua Owingsville John E Moss Spears W B Ragan Versailles W S Grinstead West Liberty W L Shelby Winchester J L Weber Winchester Mission W S An derson K Superintendent AntiSaloon LeagueG W Young Danvillo District Simpieon BroadheadGWWyattBurgin W D R F Jordan CorbinSo Owsloy Danville E H Pearce Least Pulaski and South Somer h Ji J j sotlhonlasI Hiner Hnlr dshurgfJRobinson Lancaster J H Williams London W S Maxwell Mackville Peter Walker Middlesborb M W Hiner Moreland Price 11 Smith Perryville Josiah Godbey Pineville and Barbourville C K Dickey Pittsburg J A Sawyer Preachersville D Palmeter RichmondC A Taguo Salt RiverJ S Ragan Somerset F T McIntyre Stanford W F Vaughn Straight Creek To bo supplied West Pulaski To be supplied Wilmore A P Jones Kingswood CollegeJ W Hughes President Covingtcn District Presiding IderW F Taylor Alexander T B Cook Augusta and DoverE K Ar noldBrooksville L West ButlerF B Jones GeEleventh Street Arthur Orca- rCynthinnuT L Clark Erlanger and Walton Edward AllenFulmouthB F Chatham FosterR h Griffey Highland B C Horton Kelutl K Pike NewportJ W Crates Visalia J E Wright Williamstown M S Clar- kOddvilleL M Sartin Maysvillo District Presiding ElderJ S Sims Bethel and Sharpsburg J T J Fixer Carlisle Charles F Evans East Maysville and Concord To bo supplied Fairview Mission E K Kid wollFleming5uurgW E Arnold Gormantown CM Humphrey Hillsboro W T EoklerILittle RockL Maysville Felix K Struve Morefield B F Crosby Mt CarmelWeL Clark Alt OlivotJ W Harris Salt WollJ 11 Johnson Shannon and Sardis H E Roseberry Tilton W W Spates Tolesboro 0 Wiley VuiicaburgJ W GnrdnorIWashington and WilsonTransferredL 0 Adams to Tennessee Conference U G Foote to St Louis Felix R Hill Jr to Mississippi W 0 Sadler to Mississippi W F Western North Carolina l100resI Bromley Louisville The Conference will meet with the church in Frankfort next yearI GOOD NEWS TO WOMENIFather Williams tures Remedy is becoming the most popular Female Remedy in use Palo Weak Nervous Delicate Women suiToriug from those weak posses and diseases peculiar toi their sox will Hud in Father Williams Indian Tea a wonderful Tonic and Regulator It quiets thoj Nerves puts on flesh gives stopbrightensplexion and makes you woll and strong again Tea or Tablets 20 DrugCoy CaSTOaXABoars S1gnaturo of A1he Bout CAPITAL CITY HASH By JoLnnyGetYourGun If the bloomer costumes were to return in connection with the bare arms and bare heads of the young lassies agents for the bal let troupe would not need a better inspection parade than the city streets would afford but fashion is eccentric and disdains to give us more than one display at a time If the City Council would put on their Sunday clothes and put an electric light at the north end of Benson bridge and then raise the electric light at the corner of Broadway and Wilkinson street a few feet higher so as to shine on the east end of tho Railroad bridge ubont 2500 people would return thanks and shout hallelu job Frankfort girls are proud and musical steppers you bet Just watch two of them prance down Main or St Clair and listen toi the clicketyclick clicketyclick of the highheeled shoes as they keep time on the graintoid und whist grace and elasticity in every movement As for independence just look at the spirited toss of the head the bright lash of the eye the pretty yet firm mouth and then photograph what thrse would do if required Oh there proud stepping girls are too lovely to livesingle Take oneif she says yes The West End once known as Bollepoint has two principal teat ures that constantly attract atten tion OnA is the sawmill that guards its entrance with glitter ing teeth and surly growl or leonine roar and tho other is Mount Ararat that looks down upon tho city at its feet Tradition says that the ark landed on iits summit und Chris Merchant and Powell Nicho4 say they know this to bo a fact for pieces of cedar from the ark havo been picked up around its oloudcappud pinnacle Tho blind tiger has its eyo on Mount Ararat for from its eyrie it can discern the officers afar oil The suburban railroad to Versailles will be completed and running about Juno 1907 But why not have an extension of the runIIningby November 1 next It would payTurn the old Capital Square into a city park Make walks fountuinsIa to gambol and the weary have a place to rest ICol John W Milam has a mad stone that was brought to Frankfort by his granduncle Ben F Milam in 1S25 B F Milam was killed in the Alamo massacre CrockettI ho has applied it to tho wounds of five or six persons supposed to be bitten by rabid dogs In only mo instance it adhered tightly with strong suction to the wound Ji jB rz An Interesting Ex hi bit In our Store is tho Stockof Ladies TailorMade Coats Suits and Skirts You run no risk in purchasing a Gar ment irons us Every Gar mont is man tailored they always retain Style tend Fit We are in advance with our Styles so that you 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 X1250iOther Styles letter mute f500ELADIES COATS 15 to 50 inches lung latest Style in Plaids and Mixtures 500 750 1250 SpecialValues 1 41 St and when afterward soaked in milk groan scum cause to the sur face Several applications were made before it ceased to adhere q A LIVELY TUSSLE With tbuuldenemy of race Constipation often finds theI Appendicitis To avoid all ous trouble with Stomach Liver and Howels take Dr Kings New rpguIlatediscomfort 25c at all druggists e THANKSi Mr N F Richardson lids placed us under obligations for a supply of White Pippin Apples which are as fine if not finer us wo have seen this season Four of them weighed a little less than four pounds Mr Richardson is selling these products of his or chard in our city Ho will please accept thanks for his courtesy IfnIl dyspepsia sufferers knew what Dr Snoops Restorative would do for them Dyspepsia would practically bo a disease of the past Dr Shoops Restora hyitsinside nerves tho true stomach nerves Stomach distress or weakness fullness bloating belch ing etc Call for tho Restora tivo We recommend and sell Dr Shoops Restorative Sold by- all dealers eDr Weavers Treatment purille the Wood Cerate hcalaekJo eruption J iti5afiiwii f IGoods For Brisk Daysxn We are showing all the New Patterns and Weaves in the most delightfulcomhi nations of color We are asking but moderate prices und believe that you can be better suited here than elsewhere eautifulcolorings in Plaid Goods for Skirts and Waists extra values 50c 75c 100 d Neat effects in Mixtures New Shades Brown and Greys 86 to 8S intwide only 50c a yard 50 inches wide in Fine Novelty Suiting at 100 to 150 pr yard SilksK80 inches wide Black Taffeta Silks worth 125 Special 100 per yard A Beautiful Line of Plaid Silks for Waists at 75c 150 pr yard r tTKANPiiO43 Clair Street at BridgeIN any 8rnw 100 rORIAM i IduIher inotherinhiws home in Ben son neighborhood She belonged to tho Methodist Church She died happily and prayed for the hour to come for she saw God and his angels awaiting to receive nlyhOllWbegged her mother andall the Hourly to not grievo after her for she was going to rest Told all to be goud and to believe in Godtand they would meet her when the day of Judgment comes Sho was a lover of her family and church Bless the Lord for taking her and receiving her in His beautiful home as one of his yen1SShemonths She leaves a husband and three children to mourn her death and a wide circle of warm friends Tho burial took place at a Harvieland Church at 8 oclock f Friday evening W SUPERINTENDENT OF HU MANE SOCIETY Rev T F Taliaferro former Chaplain at tho Prison has accepted tho position of State Su perintendent of the Society for tho Friendless Mr Taliaferro will make his headquarters in this city Ho is well qualified for tho position SyrupPmriOee tot the ekialr i 7ihtiII L lJrJ It1 A 71St01YYwJ l 4i1oir f j J VIlG1tm fliiftiaiiSi181OlJJNU L II iJd1Jj WLAND CONTINUING ALL WEEK We will have on Special Display our Immense New Stock of Fall and Winter Goods consisting of Silk Wool Dress Goods and Trimmings Ginghams Outing Cloth Flannelette Cambrics Percals White Waistings Flannels Table Linen Bed Spreads Comforts and Blankets OTJH READY LYiAJja DEPARTMENT Shows the Choicest Selections of Tailored Suits s Ladies MIsses andren s Cloaks Furs Rain Coats Kimonas Underwear Corsets Handkerchiefs Neckwear Ribbons Laces Embroideries and Novelties ChIldIHERE IS THE HOME OF LOW PRICES GOOD GOODS AND PLENTY We Invite an Inspection CHARLES J WEITZELr j PERSONAL LexingtonMrs G W Chinn attended the Lexing ton Fair Mrs Hiram Berry visited in Louisville this week Mr Dan McElligott spent Sunday in LexingtonMr Hughes went to Louisville Bowles attended the Lex Ingtou Fair spentSundayMr Isaac Locke returned to State College on Monday Miss Jennie McDonald visited in Lou- Isville this week Mrs K Hume went to Louisville on Monday morning Mr W B Showalter and wife attended tho Lexington Fair airs A G Jeffers attended the Lexing ton Fair on Monday Mrs John M Banta attended the Blue Grass Fair this week Miss Elizabeth Hientt visited friends in Lexington this week Mr A H Waggoner of Cincinnati visited here this week Mrs John W Rodman attended the State Fair in Louisville tIrsWalter G Chapman has returned a visit to Louisville Mr Gus Lafontaine mode a business trip to Louisville yesterday r Miss Virginia Nunn has gone to Lynch burg Va to attend school StateRMr A Pilkln ton attended the State Fair in Louisville this week Mr Frank Hewitt and Mr Silos Mason attended the Blue Grass Fair Mr Waller H Lewis and wife attended the Lexington Fair this week Mr J S Weathers wife and child visited in Lexington this week Dr J S Goodrich and wife have re turned from n visit to Louisville Mr Frank B Austin Jr left Wednes day for a trip through the South Prnl J H Fuqua left Monday for Louisville to attend the State Fair Mrs B OConnell and daughter ParissMiss Irene Bullock and Miss Roberta Moore attended the Lexington Fair Mr John C Mastin attended the Blue- GrassF Fair at Lexington this week Rev J 0 A Vaught returned Monday tight from Conference at Winchester Mrs J T Buford left Sunday morning lav n visit to relatives at New Castle Mr J Morgan Chinn and wife have returned from a visit to Atlantic City Mr W O Davis of Versailles was the city on legal business on Tuesday Mr Louis Lea of Shelby county was in the city this week and called on us Judge W H Holt of Louisville at tended the Court of Appeals this week Mrs D W Lindsey Jr and Mrs W II Negus attended the Lexington Fair Col Moses n Glenn and family have returned from a visit to Dawson Springs Mrs John D Sallee und children visited their old home in Lexington this week Mrs M B McKinney and children were in Louisville the first of the week Mr Gpo 11 Ga yle returned to Ken day tacky University Lexington on Mon Mr II K Ward of the Seller Carriage rCo Versailles was in the city on Tues Mr Howard Jeff ere and Mr Walter J offers attended the Lexington lair this week Mr C Steelo Reading and Miss Mar tin rot Rending visited in Louisville this week DIr Aubray Bnrbour and wife ore tho- vaeat5 of Miss lillxa Ovorton Shelby FVreet FpuntlJfriends Miss Katherine Dear of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs W Van IWlullet 11 Miss Isa B ORear of Mt Sterling is the guest of her brother Ed C OHearIMr Howell Scott of San Antonio Texas is the guest of his father Col JA Hnzelrlgg returned Mon day night from a visit to relatives at Abbett who has been visiting friends in Cincinnati returned home E Abbett and son Leon went to Cincinnati Saturday and returned MondayMr G Stagg and wife went to Cincinnati yesterday to attend the Fall Festival f Mr James Chapman of FranklinMiss is the guest of Mr Walter G Chapman und wife Mr S E Hager of Ashland was the guest of his brother Judge S W Hager this week Judge Thos II McBeath has returned from his vacation spent at his home at Leitchfleld Mrs C C Hazelrigg and Mrs Ruby LexingtonThursday Mr Millard P Wood of Lexington was in the city in attendance upon circuit court this week Mrs C W Merchant jr and sister Miss Grace Morris went to Louisville on Monday morning Mrs L L Oberwarth and Miss Mar guerite Hawkins have returned from n visit to Louisville sirs Howard T Gaines went to Lexington yesterday to visit her sister Mrs C H Wilkersou Miss Zula Kinnaird of Columbia who has been the guest of Mrs E M Nell has returned home JIAbbtttbourville Baptist Institute was a visitor here on Wednesday Mrs Sallle Berryman and son Mr Harvey Berryman have gone to Phoenix Ariz for the winter Mrs R M Bergman and son Weston of Irvine are guests of her parents Cupt I T West and wife Miss Sallie Hunt of Greenville Miss is the guest of her aunt Mrs Eli U Brown Shelby street Mr Mason B Barret of Louisville spent Sunday here tho guest of his moth er Mrs W F Barret Mr Henry T Bacon of Philadelphia Penn is the Aue5t of his aunt Mrs J N Crutcher West Side Mrs Jas A Dawson of Denver Col is the guest of her sister Mrs W S Johnson Second street Mrs L N True of Louisville is tho guest of her parents Col J A Violett and wife Shelby street Mrs Helen McClure has moved to the Thompson residence near the corner of Third and Shelby streets Capt L T West who suns been on a business trip to Eastern Kentucky re turned home on Tuesday Mr Walter Grady of the Superintend ant of Public Instructions ollice has re turned from his vacation Mr J B Lewis of this oilier spent Sunday in Louisville the guest of his son Mr Geo W Lewis Miss Joe Murphy of the Postolllcei spent Sunday with her mother Mrs M A Murphy in Louisville Mrs Chas R Posev of Memphis Tenn who has been the guest of rela tives here has gone home Mrs Blanche Kendall Green of Louis vine who has been the guest of her mother has returned home Miss Pattie Thomas of Louisville spent Sunday here the guest of her mother Mrs Nellie Thomas Mrs S T Bailey of Versailles and Miss Bettlo MuKee of Woodford county were in the city on Thursday Miss Lettio Lee Peters has returned to her home in Louisville after n visit to Nibs Mary Swigurl HemlrloU Mr J D Coke Jr of Louisville has returned home after a weeks visit to relatives in this city and county Mr It G Illgdon end wife who have been spending the last three months at Owunsboro have returned home Mrs Geo A Lewis and Miss Belle Glltner visited theh sister Mrs N M Cru toller at Duckers this week r 1 fJt tJ i iirJIiJ whohasJos M Severance has returned home Mr Henry Wright and wife of Farm toIeltMrs J L Butler of Eminence who has been the guest of her father Mr W J Hughes returned home on Wednesday visitingherton and attending the Blue Grass Fair Mrs M B McKInney and Master John Newland Crutcher returned from a visit to Mr J Dallas Coke and wife in Louis Hugh Rodman of Louisville who has been the guest of his parents Col J L Rodman and wife returned home on Tuesday plyIngteam returned homo on Thursday for the winter Gen Fayette Hewitt attended the meet ing of the Orphan Brigade at Peweo Valley and afterwards at the State Fair in Louisville Mr Ponn Morris and laughter Miss Innes of New Orleans La who hove been visiting relatives here have re turned homo j Mr Ilusssell S Penn who has been living at Morganfleld for some time is at home on a visit to his parents Mr Si Penn and wife Rev C J Nugent and wife of La Grange were guests of Judge C E Booe and wife en route home from Conference at WinchesterMr Bohannanwho has been playing base ball this year with the isashvillle team came home Thursday to remain all winter Mrs Jos Shiveley of Louisville who has been at Atlantic City came here on Wednesday evening to visit her mother Mrs E J Coleman Miss Bernice Scottow of Louisville parentsMrhome on Monday morn Ing Mrs C Thomas Freeman and daughter Mss Elizabeth who have been guests of Judge W C Herndon and wife left on Thursday for Seattle Wash Mrs Sarah LeCompte and daughter Miss Maggie who have been visiting relatives in this county returned to their home in Lexington on Tuesday Mr Hugh Avis of the Western Union Telegraph Co at Huntsville Ala visited hero this week en route to Louis vine where he has been transferred Mr Frank Haff and wife visited their son Mr Robert Huff in Lexington this week and attended the Fair Mr Robert huff is a student at State College Councilman C M Bridgeford left Thursday for Louisville where he will spend the remainder of the week with his wife attending the State Fair Mr Chas H Duty of Covington chief deputy under Collector Lelberth was the guest of Judge E C Oluur on Sunday leaving for homo Monday morning Judge H S Barker mind wife of Louisville cause up Monday tho Judge to take his place upon the Appellate bench and Mrs Barker to visit Mrs J G Mo O L Boeman law clerk for Judge H S Barker returned Monday from his vacation spent at his old home in New Orleans Shreveport anti other points Mr Frank Heeuey returned Friday night frown a trip to Canada and Sew York City In which city lie purchased a big stock for the store of F R J Heeney He had the boss time Mrs A B Norwood who has been visiting our city tins returned to Louisville accompanied by her friend Mrs Dr Gulnn of Elmvllle who has gone to the city to purchase her winter stool of millinery Prof Tyler of Amherst Col logo said recently A man cnn live comfortably without brains no man over existed without a digostivo system The dyspeptic has neither fuitrh hope nor char ity Day by day people realize the importance of caring for their digestion realize the need of tho use of a little corrective after overeating A corrective like Kodol For Dyspepsia It Gayle what you eat Sold by digestSJ V FALL OPENINGAT HEENlt YfSIIWo are now ready with the Best Assortment of Everything + that is Novel we ever had embracing Dress Goods Suiting Silks Waistingsd Cloaks Suits and Skirts OUR SKIRTS at 2500 300 350 450 and 500 are especiullyIIIgood values and we want you to come and see them CHILDRENS MISSES and LADIES COATS JACKETS and SUITS You will be astonished at the values we can offer CARPETS MATTINGS and RUGSRugs any size youfto 9x12 feet roomsizes We are offering great youhaveSpecial Low Prices on these goods We bought at an advantage some very good styles in Net Muslin and Lace Curtains MUSLIN RUFFLED CURTAINS50c 75c 100 125 and 150 CABLE CORD NETthe kind that dont melt in laundry at 100 125 150 175 200 und 800 a pair You can not touch them in any city for these prices f FM TJTHE LINEN HOUSE OF FRANKFORT r BUY FLOUR NOW Before many weeks Flour will be going up Be prepared and buy your supply now AYhen buying buy the Best PRIDE OF MADISONi j Ask your grocer for it II Seeds Seeds SeedsINow is the time for Timothy Seed VeIcarry a full line of Seeds ofall kinds Feeds Hay Salt Corn Oats and Stock Foods HEISE SONSST CLAIR STREET Both Phones 47m- t Hardwood Flooring Now is the time to put in Hardwood Fools Wo have the White Maple Hardwood Flooring which makes the prettiest floors of any wood We Have a Carlo- adHammond Co I iif M j t4f 1NonCE TO LAWYERS The Geo A Lewis Publishing House has made a 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 such work with accuracy and dispatch Prices as low as the lowest r Give us your e work- HARVIELANI Rev John Beasley and Rev J K P South are conducting a meeting at Antioch Church and have been very successful so far The people seem to be taking quite an interest in it Tobacco cutting is in progress but todays rain will probably interfere with the work Mrs Gayle of Frankfort Ii visited Mrs Leslie Gayle last weekMr Frank Smith Jr of El moro visited his parents last SundayMiss Elydia Lewis iH the guest of Miss Hattie Lewis this week Mr Irvine Hall of Benson called on Miss Oleo Moore Sunday last tMr Seth Semoues of Frank fort is visiting his mother this weekMr Haskell Black called on Miss Pearl Chism last evening tWatch out Vick Be careful with that gum rubber tire travel ing that rocky road The Choateville correspondent says that Rev John Beasley was liked very much iu that neigh borhood It was also said that his sermons were very severe and orthodox Rev Beasley said that they were not any severer than was necessary and as for them being orthodox that is what all preachers should preachGURNET STAMPING GROUND Judge C1 Settle had an infant son to die on September 14 only four lays old Rev G W Hill has gone tot prostinue two weeks There is considerable complaint among our farmers of houseburn I in their tobacco Mr R C Lindsay of Ohio county came back to his old 1 FALL lo HERE AGAIN i And Heres the Best Sharing of the New Seasons Goods Consider the calendar the shifting seasons and tin changing styles and of course overyljody who is anybody must keep up with the parade No trouble at all You have only to come to our Fall Showing and get Fashion rise Hero you will find a liberal education in Style ideas and a revolation in Price economies 111SkatsSu its AllWool Coat Suit in blue black or mixture u great value nt 1500 Exclusive high class styles 25 to 50 eloa ks Covert Jackets special 57nOInobby styles to 25 RUGS Choice assortment in Oxll minster room size rugs Wool Brussels or Ax home hero to attend the sale and to visit relatives Messrs B L and Tilford Cal vert purchased the Lindsay home stead on Friday at 2225 Mr Thos Horsley has sold his farm cf 135 acres to Mr W 0 Calvert The farm lies on the Elmville pike and is known as the Ben Saylor place It brought 3750 Mrs Julia Wilkerson and Mrs Amanda Wilson visited Mrs Helen 0 Wilkerson last week Mr Noah Moore is assigned to the Buffalo Spring Distillery this month and he and his wife have taken rooms at the Kelly house At the mule show on Saturday afternoon the get of Mr E P Suttons jack Mr Joe Wilson of Long Lick was awarded the 5 premium Messrs A G Goddard and R Tucker were judges Mr C B Roberts has bought of Mr R C Head his late resi dece on Main street close to the Christian church for 2000 He sold his house on Mulberry street to Mr CnarJey Thompson for 000 Mr John Hill who attended summer school at Harvard Uni versity was at home Saturday und Sunday and loft Monday to resume his duties as principal of the Covington High School The funeral and burial of Mr Alphonso Perry took place at the Perry burying ground on Sun day near Skinnersburg There was a largo crowd present UNO 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 DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve he will look better and fool 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 Salvo and the best You want DeWitts Sold by J W Gayle NO DEFINITE RESULT In the local option election at Mt Sterling hold on Wednesday two of the wards went dry tho other two wet The udI as a whole went wet by 86 jority Under the call for the gruntedinonly Dress GoodsEvery correct shade and weave Rich Plnidsat 50c Fine Suitings 100 to 5150 per yard SCNDA Y SCHOOL INSTITUTES The State Sundayschool Con vention has taken a new departure and will hold a series of Sunday school Institutes Tho following card from Prof E H Jones County President explains itself Tho Kentucky Sundayschool Convention has planned a series of Institutes for the cities of this part of the State The following Sundayschool specialists will be the instructors at these sessions- E A Fox General Secretary Kentucky Sundayschool Associa tion Robert M Hopkins Sun dayschool Evangelist Christian Church J F Watts Sunday school Secretary Baptist Church T C Gebeauor Field Worker Sundayschool Association tend W J Vaughn Field Worker Sun dayschool Association The Institutes will bo held in tho following order Frankfort Lexington Georgetown Cynthi ana Newport and Covington Maysville Paris and Richmond They are due in Frankfort Oc tober 1 and 2 two full lays six sessions in all This is a great opportunity for our Sundayschool workers Watch the papers for further an nouncements and program E R JONES County President HEBREW NEW YEAR Our Hebrew fellow citizens ob served their Now Year beginning at sundown on Wednesday and continuing until the same hour on Thursday aMORE REAL ESTATE SALES Messrs IiB Marshall Co have sold a house and lot on Pow ler street for Dr Sam E James for 050 cash They also sold three more lots Thorn Hill on Wednesday toj Messrs Jas Way J T ONan and Thos Crn VelsIO L3 Boars the A Boortt Dr WeaverrasTreatment Syrup for tho blood Cerate for akin eruption I OLD TAYLORf1 TIlE PRE- MIERKENTUCKYr WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors i Frankfort Kentucky j iSr aJJ ti lj t n S1I ks Rich Plaids for Wiiist- 7Cc to lf0 per yard Gin TnQuttn in blank or colors 9100 regular 125 quality oan COURT OF APPEALS IN SESSION The September term of the Court of Appeals opened on Mon day with all the Judges present except Judge Cuntrill who will never in all probability sit again and including Judge J iI Lassing the new judge appointed to fill the place of Judge Paynter until the X oem her election shall choose a successor- A big docket awaits consideration vSENATOR HICKMAN DEAD State Senator Geo W Hick mun of McLean county died at his home in that county on Tues lay after a long illness commencing shortly after the Legis lature adjourned He was an a1 and clever gentleman TRYING TO BE GOOD Now that Secretaries Taft and Bacon representing the United States are in Cuba tho insurgents and the government parties are both trying to be good so as to make as favorable an impression as possible VANTEDA manufacturing Company requires service territoryimmediately position Address Dept A 310 W Van Buren St Chicago It ceET0na1Bears Signatro of A ONLY RAILROAQ SOUTHA EQUIPPED WITH 1 AUTOMATIC ELECT8IC BLOCS SiGNALS arm SOUTHERN RAILWAY FROM CINCINNATIi TO ALL ImpORTANT CITIES Southl and SouthwestI IFIRSt FT t Rates AJJreuIti KINO P bt T E Main St Lexington KyI W QARRETT General W R1NEARSON P AI u41iro iL iifin jt 4 tfMT j ILinenNew Belts New Gloves New Veils Xew Ribbons SOUTHERN RAILWAY SHORTEST AND BESTROUTE FROII- JC LouisvilleDanville Lexington fO iSt Louis and The West Two Fast Trains Daily running through soid from Danville to St Louis without change with connecting cars from Lexington as follows Leave Lexington 545 a m Leave DnniIe 380 am Leave Louisville 9 00 a m Arrive St Louis 012 p m Vestibuled Couches and Observation Cafe Car Leave Lexington 500 pm r pmleaveArrive St Louis 732 u m Pulmun Sleeper and Free Reclining Chair Car Most Direct Line CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA KXOXVILLE CHARLESTON nnd- JCKSOXVILLE and all Southeastern points inulucl 1I Asheville N C and the beau itiful Land of tho Sky and Pox jaway Country Send 2cent tamp for Land of the Sin Booklet and othor illus trntcii literatureW D T Lexington Ky H C KING C P lc1 Ill E Main Lexington Ky J F LOGAN Trv P Agt 111 E Main Lexington Ky A K COOK C PT A 284 Fourth Ave Louisville 0 H HUNGERF01U District Passenger AgentkLiU Fourth Ave J C BEAM JR A G P A St Louis Mo = 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCIt 1 TRADE MARKS- DESICNS COPYRIGHTS a aeketchanddoecrlnttnnntuyGnlckly Invomicn probably piceiitJihlo Communion iinnsiurftlr confidential Putouts sent ire OMedt uceticy fur tociulnu putout rceelvokrtutSti ntifie Rm rican handsomely Illustrated weekly Iarcent air of nay pclciitttlo Jaurnnl Turmri a year four rucmUu Soul by ull newsdealer York1rl1l1cll i Sj The Frankfurt fouu a out EIIITl1it tb y ie n Ir tkfr littucks ts rrnimoms rtCEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub Aw fRANKFORT SEPT 22 906 AN IMPORTANT ELECTION On the fist SaturdaVjOf Octo her school trustees are to be elected in every district in Frank lin county outside the city of Frankfort There is no election that is otas much real impor tance It is more important to Kentuckyto all of usto have the best men in control of the schools than to have an able Governor or popular Senator There is no cleaner electionfheld f under the laws of Kentucky Women participate and money and whisky dont There is no election easier to attend for it is within a mile or two of your home No other election affects your home and family so directly j for school affairs are practically home affairs and school interests are home interests As you value your rights as you recognize your duty to your community and re gard your childrens welfare you are urged to go to this election and not to leave these matters tot chance and neglect The polls t willopen at one oclock p m i and close at six Two officers are t necessary a judge and a clerk nncl they are to bo chosen by the voters at the opening of the polls If two or more assemble hold the r election and certify it to the i County Superintendent If the Sftrustees dont come out to bring I the pollsheet and open the school house hold the election anyhow and it will bu legal o vSPLENDID SUCCESS The Blue Grass Fair held at Lexington this week has been a splendid success both in attendance and in the number and qual ity of stock exhibited notwithstanding the heavy rain of Wed i nesdayThe region immediately tribu tary to this fair can not be excelled in the world for high class horses cattle mules sheep hogs etc We congratulate our sister city for the capable way in which the fair was handled and for the ex cellent corps of officers who con- ductedi the same THE CRUSADERS NO 3 fWe have on our table the third number of Col Noel Gaines new paper The Crusader In common J Throat Coughs A tickling in the throat hoarseness attimes adeep f breath irritates itthesea- ref features ofa throat cough Theyre very deceptive J and a coughmix ture wont cure them You want something that I will heal the inflamed imembranes enrich the t bloodand tone up the system J Scotts Emulsioni- s r is just such a remedy It 3S wonderful healing andnourishing power Removes the cause of the cough and the whole 1 system is given new strengthand vigor Send fir free ample SCOTT 1 BOWNE cheats to4094J5 Pearl Strut New York sOt 100 All drugghtt r I ra 1entJStr- ain Affected Genera Health Doctors Dooes WeaK Iened Stomach Dr Miles NelvlneCured Me Dr Miles Restorative Nerinc brings rest and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out with the cares and anxieties of the sick room followingI been healthy with the ex myalelast illness some ears RIO I assisted in nursing husband for nearly three months departed this life and the mental strain I think caused my trouble Aside from extreme nervousness trouble com menced with sore throat and neuralgia physician gave me purgative doses which weakened me very much and my stomach for a time seemed inactive Mental strain and the dormant condition of my stomach soon told upon my general health I had little appetite and was soon forced to sta in bed a greater part of the time Within a week niter the I began taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and Tonic I was up about the house I continued their use until completely cured My faith in Dr Miles has been strengthened by experience of other our daughter ing used Restorative Nervine with splendid results in a case of paralysis and a friend whom I sent a box of the Anti Pain Pills toI ports that she has been completely cured neuralgia by their use know a number of others whom your medicine has helped in a successMRSAll druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addles Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind parlance it is a hot number find will cause somebody some un easy hours Every one should buy a copy of this paper and see what it contains examine the facts and statements therein and if true the remedy can soon be applied The query is will it be done m A SCIENTIFIC WONDER The cures that stand to its credit make Bucklens Arnica Salve a scientific wonder It cured Be R Mulford lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry Waynesbpro Pa of a distressing case It heals the worst Burns Sores Boils Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only 25c at all druggists TO INVESTIGATE The State Board of Control will at once investigate the charge that a patient at the Eastern Lunatic Asylum by the name of Fred Ketterer had been so badly maltreated by an attendant that he had died from the effects thereof res WELL TO BE CAREFUL When you have a cold it is well to be very careful about using anything that will cause constipation Be particularly careful about preparations containing opiates Use Kennedys Laxative WICABBAGE SNAKE We have often heard of the cabbage snake but never saw one until Saturday last when Mr Jason Shumate who lives on the Cedar Run neighborhood brought one to this office It was about the size of No 4Jspool cotton and was 17 inches long Mr Shumate says that his wife was preparing to cook a cabbage about ten days ago when she discovered the reptile in the heart of it and showed it to her husband and others who came in It was dnysIn physician who hudn microscope und the head eyes and mouth could be very distinctly seen Mr Simulate will gladly show the reptile to any one who would like to soy it Ho says II As for me I dont eat any more cabbage Not formei 1 i1 FARMER KILLED BY TRAIN On Sunday morning as the 1018 C it O train was coining in from Louisville between Benson and Hntton Stations Sir Bandy ONnn attempted to cross the track just ahead of the train as ho stated after ho wnu hurt Ho was in a buggy and his horse be came frightened at the noise of the train and refused to move n hen in the center of the track Mr ONan tried to force the animal off the track but too late Tie train struck the buggy and smashed it into kindling wood ilrfThe train men as soon as they saw the buggy tried to stop but not in time So soon however ns the accident happened theyII took Mr ONan up put him cot and brought him to this city Drs John G South E E Hume and 0 B Demaree were ndministerIing off Mr ONan stood the opera tion very well and hope was ex pressed that ho might pull through but later he collapsed and passed away at The Kings Daughters Hospital where he had been taken for the operation later at night Mr ONan was a widower 34 years of age and had three chil dren having been twice married He lived in the lower edge of the county near the Henry county line His father is still living and had charge of his children The funeral took place from his fathers residence on Tuesday It was a deplorable but un avoidable accident WHEN WE ARE IN A HURRY IIn these days of rush and hurry is often forgotten In the mad pell mell rush of our 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 re lieves little ills of this sort bya little dose of Kodol For Dyspep sia It digests what you eat and puts your stomach back into shape Sold by J W Gayle REAL ESTATE SALES IMessrs Shelton Morris sold for Mr A C Campbell a tene ment house on Wilkinson street to Mr John Fuller Price pri vateMessrs L B Marshall Co have sold four lots in Thorn Hill to parties who will at once erect thatIare located so near there is great demand for small cottages PUBLIC SALE At our farm near Farmdale on the Frankfort and Lawrenceburg pike we will offer on FRIDAY SEPT 28 1900 The following 125 hogs 75 good stock hogs weighing from 75 to 125 pounds 10 brood sows some with young pigs 30 Poland Chinas of Geo Clayton stock of Bourbon coun ty boars sows and pigs I have pureIHay in stacks I have raised yonrsI fine potitoca milk cows with calves by their sides And a number of other things Sale to begin at 11 oclock a m The lid has been molted in the kettle so bring tin cups and timeI over 4 months interest good bankable paper Under that sum cashEverything will be put up to suit buyersJ P HOSTETTER B B PEAK Auctioneer 22t jc1ii P1easdnttokiKet iL LxatiVeSyrup1 J NTVRES000E FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege bringIYour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thani 1ALLTobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISCOLL ualifv The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DHI S COLIaLSj216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Q IttlflEarlyersThe famous Oittle pills WANTED ntlcnor lady with good reference to travel by sailor with a rig for n firm of 250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses ad vanced Address with stamp JOB A Alexander Frankfort Ky- 42Gm STREET CAR SCHEDULE Cnrs will leave the Capital Hotel for South Frankfort dnlly beginning at 020 a in and every ten minutes thereafter till 080 p in After that every twenty minutes till 1080 On the cemetery line they leave same place at 330 a m and every thirty min utes tin 1000 p m Park cars leave Capital Hotel at 640 n in and every thirty minutes till 1010 p m Leestown cars leave Capital Hotel at 060 8m and every thirty minutes till 1020p m J D SALLEESupt r JOHN EDG- EBEICKMASOIT FRANKFORT KY IWill baud Chimneys Cisterns and Milk houses in any part of County Boiler Furnace work and repairs Phone 628 v33Gm KILLTHCOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discover MJ FOR cNSUMPTION UGHS and OLDS Price 60c 100 Free Trial surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LEa or MONEY BACK 18 t Cases plain simple and I Silver in either Gold Gold ornateI I CLEANINGUP IN WHEEL INGAWomans Civic Club Places Wire Refuse Baskets Enforces Or dinances andvStirs Up Public Sentiment Mrs W A Wilson president of the Womans Civic Club of Wheeling writes to tho headquar ters of the American Civic Asso ciation as follows I have noticed in the Amer vOiican Civic Association Clipping Sheet for June an allusion to the Womans Civic Club of Wheeling 1nnd as I happen to be the lady t made the remark Let us cease talking and do something it gives me very great pleasure tot tell you we have done something The Civic Club has given to our 1city one hundred wire waste bas theso havo been placed in the different wards as receptacles for paper fruitskins etc they are under the supervision ol the Board of Public Works and are sometimes emptied twice a week The people are gradually hecom ing educated to the uses of these baskets As a consequence our streets are comparatively clean U We4have succeeded in having the antispitting ordinance en forced but I regret to say it is not always observed However as we are rather optimistic we look forward to seeing even that law observedif we are compelled to arrest a man or two as an ob ject lesson We feel we can say with a pardonable degree of pride that the Civic Club was instru mental in having the pure milk ordinance enforced Our city counoil had struggled with it for months when the women came to the rescue Arbor Day has been a dead letter in our city for years but this year the Womans Civic Club stirred up the pure minds of our schools and every public school in Wheeling celebrated it We f distributed several hundred pack Ages of flower seeds among the scholars and presented the schools with sixty trees In the majority of cases an interesting program was carried out We expect our worthy mayor to issue a proclamation for a special cleaningup day Does Your Bother You 7 Dr Shoops Restorative Cares AH Distressing Stomach Troubles Through the Inside Nerves donsaslet It no At tho first sign of use Shoops Restorative an cad all these Idont Thcso aches are signalsthey are of coming diseaseIs twise to Ignore withtNeglect these condo tlons and you surely Invite distressing Indigestion youll t become sallow mlserablo d y peptic Do you experience any of these tomsdie eatingroturnjgnawing at achrumbllng ot gas belch tag of wind loss of Ute heartburn headache dix k Elnoss If you suffer In any of these ways duty is clear there Is but onovKaBvoursoopcntoyou strengthen tho Inside t1orvesthoso special t torn a oh nerves WshoUo off forever this evidence of disease Put the digestive nerves la condition to act us nature Intended they should Dont drug dont force Just give the inside nerves natural force gentle tonlo naturos help Dr Shoops Restorative Tablets or Liquid should be taken to do thisIt is tho only pro Bcriptlon which builds upor even attempts to restore tho Inside stomach nerves Sold by ALL DEALERS i avp J KEEPING A GOOD CJUMTGH i Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to grve you I one of mans strongest assets punctually if you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timelteepersi 7VY A SELJBERffi Stomach in the early fall when everybody will work even Father So the work goes on We have had numberless discouragements to say nothing of criticisms but we expected all these so are not dis appointed I thank you very much for the clipping sheets they are exceedingly helpful a RESCUE OF A MERCHANT A prominent merchant of Shon go N Y A Johnson says Several years ago contracted a cough which grew 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 New Discovery Before I had taken half a bottle my cough was much better and in a short time Iwas entirely cured I surely believe it saved my life It will always be my family rem edy for colds Fully guaranteed 50c and 100 at all druggists Trial bottle free FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS The Southern Railway have in augurated free reclining chair oar service between Louisville and Evansville on their fast through trains leaving Louisville 730 a in and 5 p m daily and running solid to Evansville without operatesfroetrains from Lexington and Danville to tit Louis also Pullman Sleeper through from Danville to St Louis The Southern Railway is 23 miles the shortest from Louisville to EAansville and 43 miles the short sto te St Louis- KENTUCKY CROP REPORT The weather during the mouth of August was warm and humid with an unusual amount of rain for August From nearly every county there is complaint of too much rain for both corn and to bacco The corn crop promises to be a bumper crop though some damage was done on low lands by excessive rains The uplands were never better Wheat all threshed and generally m goodcondItion and the yield is up to a full crop The average yield per acre a little over thirteen bushels The oat crop was light only threefourths of the last years crop Barley is only grown in a small part of the State but the crop is a good one The rye crop is not so good as last year Considerable damage has been done the tobacco crop on low lauds by too much wet weather Some drowned and more water soaked Some complaint of loaves rotting off in field Much com plaint of house burn in the early cutting In theII Black Patch worms are unusually numerous and labor scarce Upon the whole tho outlook for a good crop of tobacco is not flattering mho hay crop is light but late grasses and pastures wore never bettor Tho potato crop is a good one though some complaint of rotting in tho ground caused by tho ground continuing wot so long Spring colts and mules breed ing cattle owes and sows are below what they woro last your The prospects for fall fruits are for about threefourths ofu crop Apples dropping badly in soma localities Gardens good though weedy Two counties report a mouth Ii- disease in cattle Some cholera among hogs though confined to small territories The following covers counties adjacent to this THIRD DIVISION OF STATE Anderson County Tobacco damaged ten per cent by too much rain leaves falling off in fieldGrant County Nature seems to have done her best for the corn crop during the month of August and tho crop is the best I have ever seen Tobacco damaged by too much rain especially on low flat lands uplands good and prom ises to be of good quality Gar dens and spring sown grasses fine Morcer CountyHemp is being cut crop too rank in growth with chances of light yield of fiber Acreage very small compared with usualcrop Corn will be the bun ner crop for many years Meadows generally light and quite full of weeds Good prices for good clean timothy hay All grass for pas tures very rank but owing to rapid growth and too much rain stocknot gaining solid fat as they should Tobacco suffering from too much rain anti worms un usually bad Owen County Wheat corn to bacco and grasses have all done well Grass especially abundant at this time in season Tobacco cutting is begun with good pros pect for nice crop though not quite so heavy and large as last year Corn is better than for many years Only a limited sup ply of cattle on hand Hogs scarce and high Kenton CountyCorn prospect good but storms and floods put itbelow 100 Wheat and oat crops genItime of year Apples dropping badly Pea crop bi- gWomans Trials The bitter trail in a womans life Is to be childless Who can toll how hard the struggle may have been ere sho learnt to resign to her lonely lot The ab sence of this link to bind marital life together the absence of this one pledge to mutual affection is a common disappointment Many unfortunate couples come estranged thereby Even do not drift apart one may read tho whole extent of their disappointment In the eyes of such a childless they rest on the children of others To them the largest family does not seem too numerous In cases of barrenness or child lessness the obstacle to childbearing is easily removed by the euro of weakness on the part of tho woman Dr Pierces Fa vorite Prescription has been tho means of restoring and fruitfulness to many a barrow woman to tho great joy of the household In other but rare cases the obstruction to tho bearing of children has been found to bo of a surgical character but easily removable by painless operative treatment at tho and Sur gical Institute Buffalo N Y over which rco of tho Favorite Prescription fame presides In all cases whero children are desired and are ab3ent an effort should bo mado to find out tho real cause since it is generally so easily removed by treatment- In all tho various weaknesses displace ments us inflammation and de bilitating catarrhal drains and in all cases of nervousness and debility Dr PIerces Favorite Proscription Is tho most efficient remedy that can possibly bo used It hits to Its credit hundreds of thousands of cures moro in fact than any other remedy put up for salo through druggists for womans use Tho Ingredi PrescriptionIspositive endorsement from tho medical writers on Matcrla Mcdlca of tho several schools of practice All allI Ingredients aro printed In plitln on tho wrapper enclosing tho bottle that any woman making use of this famous mcdlcino know exactly what sho Is taking Dr riorco takes his patients into his full confidence which ho can afford to do as tho formula after which tho Favorite Prescription is mado will bear tho exam inationDr Tierces Pleasant Pellets aro tho best and safest laxative for women Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reet t IF YOU BUY IT AT 3ELBERTS ITS GOOD J WE SEEK THE BEST CLASS OF TRADE l There are persons in every community who nothing but the best and to such persons it isjimpossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is anyfactoryunder a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING If you need a new vehicle of any buyingYe ing vehicles Write or phone us and our rep resentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- stSeller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY H K WARD President A FRANKFORT CASE Many More Like it in Frankfort The follow ing case is but one of many similar occurring daily in Frankfort It is an easy matter to verify its correctness Surely you can not ask for better proof than such conclusive evidence L G Choate proprietor of the Frankfort Planing Mill residing at 426 St Clair St saysInalmost constant misery during the day and restless and sleepless at night from the dull aching across the small of my back and through the kidneys expressedmy condition for some years I also suffered a great deal from head aches and spells of dizziness and often when I arose I was almost blind for a time There was a difficulty with the kidney secretions which frequently were very annoying and distressing I doc tored and used lots of medicine obtaining little or no benefit until Doans Kidney Pills were so per sistently recommended to me by a friend that I went to J W Gayles drug store and got a box I took them as directed and must say they helped me a great deal strongerItrouble with the kidney secretions was much relieved As tho result of Deans Kidney Pills my con dition is so much improved that I feel like a new man For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMil burn Co Buffalo New York solo agents for the United States Remember the numeD land take no other onnsI THANKS Mr Jos Trncey of tho Choate ville neighborhood has placed us under obligations for a supply of delicious persimmons the first of the season Ho will please accept our thanks for his kindmsd + e HoCmIr Condition jfonucrs are just what a horse needs when In bad condition Tonic blood purifier nn vermifuge They are not food bfc medicine and the best in use to put i horse in prime condition Price 2 cents per package For sale by J SV Gayle and LeCompte S Gayle Iw I i C M BROWNING Sec and Treas WORK RESUMED A lot of timbers for the new de pot arrived in the city on Monday and work was resumed on Wednesday We hope it will be pushed until completed as the de lay has been disastrous so far NOTHING COMPARES To Father Williams Indian Tea fop all diseases of the Liver and Kid ueys Stomach and Bowels- It causes a vigorous notion of the Liver digesting the food causing a regular free movement of the Bow purifiesthe ttoFor sale by Frankfort Drug Co 2rF reetf In order to more thoroughly introduce the celebrated CRAM ITONIC HAIR FOOD and Dandruff Cure in J this community we will give FREE to every third person who will cut out this advertiseJment and present it at our store within ten j days a regular sized bottle of this famous remedy for the hairtand scalp CRANITONIC HAIR jf FOOD is sold under an absolute guarantee Free Yi a0 To every third person lr who presents this ad vertistuent within ten days v J W GAYLEt IDruoaist iir Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort 1IJt i l 4 i J itI1Jrr r i MARRIEDPOEMcCLUREIn t ty on Tu sdny Mr Arthur Poe find Miss Ora B McClure were married CLARKPERRYIn this county on Tuesday Mr Frank Clark and Miss Mollie Perry wore mar ried by Rev Mr Birch field lSAAOFOIlLISIn this city on Wednesday Mr Charles Isaac MarytFallis of this city were married JiBLACK BLAYDES At the lCapital Hotel on Tuesday evening Mr Luther Black and Miss t Fanny Blaydes both of Shelby county were married by Rev J r S Wilson l SnturfMrs Mary Irene Bretz youngest t daughter of John F Bretz 1113 N Fifth and Mr Carl D Pickens IllsSrMrs Piekeus until recently was F employed as bookkeeper for Johns Deptjannouncing her 7marriage was received by her i parents at 10 oclock It comes ns a surprise at this time as i t was to have been October 23 nt her home The bride wore a pearl gray silk with hat to match Mr Pickens is employed at the rl Desnoyers Shoe Factory The couple returned home Sunday and are at home to their many friends at 1315 N Fifth street There will be no announcement cards Mrs Pickens is the granddaughter of the late Mr John Bretz well known to many of the Frank t fort citizens having lived here r nnd erected the Capital Hotel ofillwas also born here and attended t the homecoming and visited in Frankfort II LOOK HERE 11 told you that your wife had a 1I invitation to attend my sale on Friday Sept 28 Dont you come out there by yourself 1LJP HOSTETTER a HEAVY RAIN WAS IT EQUI STORM 4 irNOCTIALOn Wednesday morning last a o y heavy rain storm set in and con ftinued with short intermissions the day at times sreaching almost a deluge It spoilt lots of fun for many of our r peopleI a ifhink of Dr Snoops Catarrh your nose and throat dis i charges if your breath is foul or feverish This white soothing t v balm contains Oil of Eucalyptus 1 Thymol Menthol etc incor porated into an imported cream like velvety petrolatum It i soothes heals purifies controls Call at our store for free trial i box Sold by all druggists kDELEGATION CUT DOWN BY fltHEAVY RAIN it Some thing near one hundred f of the Business Mens Club headed by the Second Regiment l Band went to Lexington on Wednesday to attend the Blue Grass Fair fOwing to the heavy downpour r of rain only about half the nu- m1ft her who had purchased tickets went It was a disappointment not to have gone LATEST STYLES IH WALL t PAPER I latost1iamine stock C M JUDGE FORD Main StreetIt Opposite Engine House 23tf r BIRTHS JAGINIu this city on Thursday to Mr Carl Kagin and wife a 50- 1NOONANIn this cityon Thursday to Mr James G Noonan and wifea son DONT FORGET That the Hostetter sale takes place next Friday Sept 23 Go and take your wife or sweetheart v SALE OF FINE FARM Messrs Shelton tC Morris veal estate healers have sold for Mr W J Roberts his fine farm known us the Hord place to Mrs P I Railey for 0000 The place contains So acres of splen did land TORTURE BY SAVAGES Speaking of the torture to which some of the savage tribes in the Philippines subject their captives reminds me of the in tense suffering I endured for three months from inflammation of the kidneys says WfM Sherman of Cushing Me Nothing helped me until I triedjElectric Bitters three bottles ofjjwhich completely cured me j Cures Liver Complaint Dyspep sin Blood disorders and Malaria and restores the weak and nervous to robust health Guaranteed bv all druggists Price 50c ROW AND RUMPUS AT STATE FAIR Owing to the Board of Control passing resolutions reflecting on the actions of Secretary Sale of the State Fair he and his whole force resigned on Thursday thus tieing up the settlement ofnIl premium claims Taken alto gether it is a sweet kettle of fish We suspect that there is a mouse in the meal tub yclept poli tics 0 BADLY HURT BY FALL Mr Andrew Tracey bartender for Mr E W Howser went to the saloon of Mr Howsor in Craw to make his usual inspec tion before retiring and as he started out of the door on his re turn to his room he slipped on the wet pavement and fell his face and head coming in contact with the stone step cutting a terrible gash laying the flesh open several inches Surgical attention was ut once rendered by Dr L TMinish It was a had fall and Mr Tracey had a narrow escape from instant death Dr Woavcri Syrup and Cerate Bacccftsfal treatment for blood and skin diseases a GRAND JURY MAKES FINAL REPORT The Franklin county grand jury made their final report to the circuit court on Thursday and adjourned They reported about 120 indictments in all The Capitol grounds blind tiger was indicted eight times They also reported that Wallace Guthrie and Ed Callahan were running unlicensed saloons on the North Side and Gee B Thomson on the South Side They favored the selection ofu new site for the proposed now courthouse nut reported that the jail was entirely too small for the business it duEs The city rock quarry at the workhouse was indicted as a nui sance Taken all in all the jury had a pretty busy time of it genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures u cold In one day t l DEATHS LEWISIn this city on Sat urday after a lingering illness with consumption Mr Win D Lewis son of Mr Ben Lewis nnd wife of East Main street aged nt 25 years Mr Lewis was a manly young follow courteous and truehearted He made a game struggle for life und bravely met his doom Ho was a member of the Goth olic Church The funeral was conducted by Rev Father T S Major at 480 oclock on Sun day afternoon and the remains were laid away in the Catholic CemeteryHe a mother father find sister to mourn his untimely end They have the sympathy of many warm friend- sOCONNERIn this city 011 Wednesday Mrs Mary OCon ner wife of Mr J D OConnor aged 04 years Mrs OConnor war a good woman a devout member of the Catholic Church She leaves a desolate husband and two sons John and Dennis to mourn her death She had been in poor health long time but bore her sufferings with pltience The funeral services were conducted by Rev Father TS Major from the Church of the Good Shepherd yesterday morning and the remains were laid away in the Catholic Cemetery We tender our sympathy to the bereftMA1THEWSIn St Louis lo on Monday Mrs Yebti Hewitt Matthews widow of the late Mr John W Matthews of Now Castle aged 00 years Mrs Matt IIHWS was the youngest child of the late Hon John M Hewitt of this city and was born and raised in this city mar rying Mr Matthews when a young girlShe was a handsome and lovable lady a member of the Christian Church She frequently visited friends here and was universally admired for her many sterling qualitiesShe many relatives in this city find county who will regret to learn of her sudden call She was visiting her son in St Louis Mo when the summons came She leaves one daughter and eight sons to mourn her death Her husband was a prominent banker of New Castle and had preceded her to the grave several yearsFOGGAt Good Samaritan Hospital in Lexington on Monday Mrs Susie Hawkins Fogg widow of the late Mr Richard T Fogg aged 52 years Mrs Fogg was the daughter of the lato Mr Isom Hawkins and wife of Woodford county and a sister of Mrs J E Miles of this city Mrs Callie Byrnesof Lexing ton and Messrs T H and C B Hawkins of Midway She was a devout member of the Grassy Springs Christian Church from childhood She was an intelligent handsome and ac complished lady warmhearted and true Her beloved husband had preceded her to the grave sev oral years We have known and admired her from her early womanhood and are saddened by heruntimely death Sue leaves two sons and one daughter besides a largo circle of warmly attached friends to mourn her departure The remains wore brought hero on Tuesday afternoon and laid away in the family lot in our cemetery j 6 II= il AVegetaWePicparationfoF the tirtg tileS t11Ulcl1S andBowels of Promolcs1 i bslionChcerful nessandllestConhlnsneilher ijinera1NOT Iaxcecraums1lIzzzr12rffaAmrptin RodinSalu flamSecit tW Apcrfcct Remedy StomachDrarrhoca- WormsConvulsinnsYeverish ness andLOsS OF SLEEP te Signature of IJlIcSin YORK X4CT roPYQF wee J r 20000 IN PREMIUMS For of = = = The biggest and best Fair ever held the South Classifications include all classes Live Stock and Agricultural Products Military Band Highclass Amusements nil sorts For Catalogue end other Information address QEO Ky The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signaturfl of New Fast ColoradoII UTAHAND ISillJ effect Sunday May Tho now leavo St Louis daily Thu evening trains to same points daily Double daily service- Tltrouglt service for SauFran cisco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address RTO MATTHEWS Trav Past Alt Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo I CASTO RIA Infants and Children The Kind You Haves Always Bought Bears the- SignatureI i HS The Kind You Have Always Bought CASTO RIA CITYreuross THE BIG BLUEliRASS FAIR J LEXINGTON SEPTEMBER 17th T0 22sin of Koppsfamous of A BAIN Seey- Lexington CASTORIAFor TrainT- O PACIFIC t n in in sleeping car BUTTOJsif 1511filling Pen to spWno clogging or shaking prentlebnttonuIn a Writes the Instant it touches the paper 1 Eagle Flash l1if with karat solid pointfinest vulcanized rubber and fully guaranteed Eagle Hash No 25 250Eaglelarge size with gold 6and400S- old by Stationer and Other YOUR DEALER Ube doesnt you the Eagle PLASH Fountain Pens tben send the retail direct to us anteed Each pen absolutely guar Eagle Pencil Co Manufacturers 377 Broadway Now York I 20000 IN PREMmM ATTENTION BUILDERS Irr1 I NOW IS BHRN BUILDING TIME 1 c c 307309 Main St 307309 Main St 1= ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A Chinn rector being absent Mr ChilI OllDgnian wi i 0 he n in and 780 p in services 080 n ni oumluyEcnnol Sermon BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams D D the pnstor will preach at a m and 730 p in Simdnyfichool nt 045 in the chapel Baptist Young Peoples Union nt 700 p in on Wednesday night at chapel Visitors cordially Invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor will preach nt a m and 745 p Sundayschoolr at 80 n m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 745 in tho chapel 1he Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 8 oclock Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m High Mass at a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Dr F W Hiunitt of Danville will preach at a m null 780 p Sundayschool at 030 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor nt 130 in Prayer meetiug Wednesday evening at 780 p Visiors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J0-A Vaught the pastor will prench at a m told 730 p in J chool at t46 n in League at 045 p m on Wednesday ovenlnp invited to attend PRESBYTRIANRev Win Crowe tho pastor at a m and 780 p SundnyEchool at 045 n m Young Peoples Society nt 700 p in oclock Prnyermeeting Wednesday at 730 invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school every Sunday afternoon BRIDfi K PORT PRESB T E R IAN CHURCH Rov Wm Crowe will conduct tho services at Bridgeport Presbyte rian Church Sunday afteruoon nt 3 oclock HANDSOME COUNTRY HOME Mr Gil herb II Mastin is just completing one of tho Iwnclsomeat country residences in this section of country on his form two miles from this city It is n large threestory dwell ing wit l till modern conveniences containing fourteen rooms It is to be steam heated and lighted by I electricity or gas to be determined later tho fixtures for both being in place I contractors are now wind 1llg up their work The houso cost in tho region of 10000It an ornament to the DftWIUs Little Early Risers f The famous little pills BUT BUY ONLY THE BEST We carry a Full Line of V Crimp Steel One and Two Ply Floroid Roofing Three Ply Felt Roofing Slaters Felt and Building Paper Lime Cement Salt p C SOlER OC CVX RELIGIOUS SermonrpmEverybody bythechapelPratver YLEpwnrth 1Everybody 1The1CCkIplete neighborhood Dont Neglect Your Roof Roofing STATE CONVENTION OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH AT LOUISVILLE The Kentucky State Christian Church Convention will be held at Louisville September 24th to 27th An unusually attractive program has been prepared and it is expected that fully 2000 dele gates will attend tho convention Every railroad in the State has granted the low rate of one faro plus 25 cents for the round trip and this undoubtedly will be con ducive to a large attendance En tertainrnentconsisting of lodging and breakfast will be furnished to all persons who send their name in advance to Robt M Hopkins 218 Keller Bldg the chairman of the general committee Some of the speakers for the convention will be Marion Lawrence Secretary of the International Sundayschool AssociationDr Mullins President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Mrs Helen E Moses National Secretary of the Christian Womens Board of Missions Miss Bello Bennett President of the Methodist Home Missionary Society Miss Ada Boyd Missionary from Bilaspur India B A Jenkins President of Kentucky University- J W McGarvey President of the College of the Bible Piles positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Its made for piles nlone and it does the work to perfection Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic Sold by all dealers INARROW ESCAPE Master Lindsay Barnes son of Postmaster Geo L Barnes canto near to being seriously burned on Tuesday morning It seems that tho little man was lying on a bed near which a lamp stood In moving around the lad turned over tho lamp und sot fire to his clothing His aunt Miss Lena Kirtloy happened to be near and succeeded in extinguishing the flame but not until the child was burned on ono leg though wo are glad to say not seriously u GOES DRY Tho county of Woodford as a unit went dry on Thursday by a majority of 5GO votes The only saloons in the county are in Versailles and Midway It was a pretty fight from start to finish oho city of Nioholasville also wont dry by about 10 ma jority after a bitter fight The rest of tho county was already under local option t hl LETTER LIST The following Is the list of advertised letters for the week ending Sept 22 Allie Mrs Annie Adams Charles Bush Cnwllne Brown Elizabeth Balser Henry Brumbnck William Campbell George Crutcher Charley Clark Orlando Conway Miss Mattie Clarke E B DeNlght Flora Dunn Win Hall Mrs Annie Hash Will Metz William Miller Bernard Mangold Joe Richmond Miss Frank Sexton Frank Thomas Mary Ella 3 When calling for the above Itttors please say BARNES P M 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 the joints and muscles Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy prevents this It drives Rheuma tism from the blood and then Rheumatism lies We rcommend and soil it Suld by all druggists 0 o CHANGE IN EXPRESS AGENTS Mr Ken San ford Jr who has been agent of the Adams Express Co in this city since the early spring has been appointed as agent of that company at Nev portWho will come here is not given mt as yet The change will take place in the near future Mr Sanford is a clever and ac lommodating young gentleman o Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat CONSUMPTIONS WARNING Inside facts soon become evident In outaide symptoms DR G GREEN QThe aid of scientific inventions is not needed to determine whether your langs are affected The first symptoms can bo readily noted by anyone ot average in telligence qThere is no disease known that give so many plain warnings of its approach as consumption and no serious can be so quickly readied and checked if the medicine use I is Dr Boscheea German Syrup which is made to cure consumption flit is in Ute early stages that German Syrup should bo taken when warnings- are given in the coufch that wont the congestion of the bronchial tubes and the gradual weakening of the lungs ac expectorationQBut cough even if dread consumption has already attacked your luugs German will surely effect a cureos it has apparentlyhopelessqNew trial bottles 250 Regular site 75C At all druggists For sOlo by J W Onylo Dyspeptics becauseyoudoodturns If you are too lean the fat producing foods that you eat aro not properly digested and stringy people do not have enough Pepsin in the stomach while fat people have too much Pepsin and not enough PancreatinoKodol Cure contains all the digestive juices that are found in a healthy stomach and in exactly those proportions necessary to organstoperfectdigestantsue building tonic as well Hxjdol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh boldUMtint UUI or site Two Dyspepsia Ioratory FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE AN IDEAL VACATION TRIP- YELLOWSTONE PARK PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Spend Your Money in This Country- ITINERARY OF TRIP Denver Colorado Spring Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods lliuiitun TIKES PEAK Jraml River Canon Royal Gorge Gleuwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Stilt Ale Marshall Pass pluck Canon Had six and onehalf days in WON UEHPUlj YELLOWSTOXK ARK COST OF TRIP Expenses of nn ordinary trip of this nature has been fully nousMderod cud minimized no ae to be within easy reach of all Special Sleepers will leave Louisville Night ot July 25th iFor full particulars writo J H GALLAGHER 1907 Barret Avenue Louisville f SPECIAL 1 REDUCED VIA JflTES HENDERSONROUTE TO SpringsPueblo Los Angeles and San Dieg- oHOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES Season 1906 Colonist Rates to California Points AND Great Northwest Dates Sale September 15 to October 3L 1906 a Ask Us For Full Information IJ H GALLAGHER AgentLOUISVILLE L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- LOUISVILLE Ky franKfort OOll1 BU The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 ti oS4 A N NoS2 SUNDAYA N P n xot3 2 Lv D Frankfort Ar J3 720 2a Summit J 0619I41E712 Georgetown 110 i 15II I C S I 6 aewtown 6 59a10 47Parr Tunotn 3i Ar I Paris f Lv 8803 Connects ut Georgetown Union Depot with Q Con KentuckyCentralConneota at Frankfort Union Depot with L 1 BETWEEN TVIAI IAANIP5It21 Lv Georgetown Arl Ar Cincinnati Lv 81 400 BETWEEN FRANKFORT fs CINCINNATI VIA Pants AJtP M R 3h Lv Frankfort Ar Lv Georgetown Ar Lv Parts Ar 5 1000I 6 Ar Cincinnati Lv In STUCK CENTRAL R POINTS T Uuls A ranxturt A11 3A 72OP OJAi625PIIJIA1245PS153P70UP10GEO B HARPER C W HAY Prea andGenl Suwt G A Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in eiVett July 1 1900 sub jcit to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West and Southwest UlI A mill 014 P JI Rally Fur Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Kiclimoml Old Point and Norfolk lOtS A11 and 741 P 31 Daily 3lyr j iWdjk titi iiJ LADIES HOME JOURNAL I Did you read tho article pub lishecl by The Ladies Homo Jour nol in May 1904 attacking Dr I Pierce s Favorite Prescription Have you seen tho statement more recently mnde by Mr Bok the editor of that magazine that hi company has not paid n sings r penny to Dr R V Pierces con t corn It in settlement of- F any suit We wish you to knov tho truthrlhe facts are these 1 Four days after the article in PiCrcesfI2Jurnnl publishers for libelrlhA was had in April last Dr Pierce proved that the attacl made by The Ladies Home Jour fill was false He proved tim Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription does not and never did contain either alcohol or any of the in jurious drugs which The Ladies Home Journal falsely stated it did contain This was so con elusively shown that the attor neys for The Ladies Home Jour nal were forced to admit it The jury rendered a verdict against The Ladies Home Journal in 1 favor of Dr Pierces company for 10000 This was a complete vindication of Doctor Pierce and I his Favorite Prescription It judicially established that the published statement was wholly false and without any justifica tion belieedIneys he has t the court for a new trial of the k case For this reason and for this reason alone has Tho Ladies Home Juurua not yet paid a single penny to Dr R V Pierres concern Dr Pierce has simply chcsen not to collect the judo ment until the motion for a new decidedfai In the facts does riot this boastful statement that it has not paid a single penny to Dr R V Piercos concern look I like a cheap and common bluff a half truth intended to mislead youDuring the trim of the libel 1suit against the abovementioned Dr Lee H Smith VicePresident of the Worlds Dis If pensary Medical Association stated under oath that the ingredients of Dr Pierces Favorite tJ Prescription were wholly extracted f from the following native roots Golden Seal Blue Cohosh Ladys t Slipper Black Cohosh and Uni corn by means of pure glycerine of proper strength He was asked Ifhow he knew as a physician and experienced medical man that t the Favorite Prescription was a cure for the diseases peculiar to wenklf irregular and painful periods and other diseases of the womanly or 3 guns and he stated that he knew tr such was the fact because of his professional experience and the k many thousands of women whose t ills to his personal knowledge had f been cured by this Prescrip tion This experience of Dr Smith HIS corroborated by the standard Medical Authorities of the sev oral schools of practice endorsing the various ingredients in the f strongest terms Dr Smith being p asked to name some of these au thorities as to the curative value k of the above roots read from the standard works such as the United States Dispensatory The l American Dispensatory Organic r Medicines by Grover Coe M D y Materia Medica by Professor Findley Ellingwood of the Ben nett Medical College Chicago New Remedies by Prof Edwin ii M Hale M D of Chicago Text f Book of Therapeutics by Dr Ho bart A Hare Protoin Univ oft Penna Laurence Johnson M D Prof in University of New York Prof John King Author of r fir Woman and Her Diseases Pro fessor John 11 cuddelI D Author of a treatise onr1l1f Dis eases of Women Horatio C Wood M D Author of Thera espies Roberts Bartholow A t M M D Professor of Matoria Medica Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia f All these recognized and stand and authorities praise in the possible terms each and every ingredient which enters into the Favorite Prescription f I JIQUEEN QUALITY STYLES FOR PALI Queen Quality Fall Styles Embody about everything that is authoritative in shoe making for Women Every possible Style from the Dainty Evening Shoe of Patent Kid to the Heavy Button Street Boot of Calf Skin is included The New Spanish Models Plain Toe Short Vamp and High Cuban Heel in Lace and But ton Patent Colt and Button Gun Metal idale especially attractive R Ks McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KYIs lt t i d I of Dr Pierce for the cure of womans peculiar weaknesses and ailmentsOUTSIDE 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 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 CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION ClerkCarrier An examination for the position- of clerk male and female and carrier male will be held at tho postoffice in this city on October y 190G For application blanks and for full information relative to the examination qualifications proIWANTED A woman attendant at The Stewart Home Telephone or call 2tf CARRIAGE AND HORSES FOR SALE I have a doubleseated carriage and two horses both good driving animals for sale Apply on tho premisesMISS AN A STED IAN Forks of Elkhorn 2tf MAN WANTED Some where near 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 willing to devote part of his time to this business COOPERATIVE LAND CO Andrus Building Minneapolis Minn 24t t A McDougall Kitchen Cabinet WILL save you hundreds of steps because everything you need in the preparation of a meal can be found in tho 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 unob strncted 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 nil the food supplies dishes cooking utensils flour sugar salt spices and everything else within the instant reach of your hand without your leaving tho cabinet Think what it would moan to you in the saving of time as 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 took through the cabinet and tell exactly what you need without looking in a dozen different places R ROGERS SONS26ly SOLE AGENTS FRANKFORT KY BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 0 a in to 7 p m and at 0 find p m Leave Purls every hour from 6 a in to 7 p m and 10 p in Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 7 p in and at 0 and p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 6 a m to 8 p m and at 10 p ni Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 6 m and at 8 and 10 p 1m Leave Versaillesin very hour from 7 a m to 7 p m and at 0 and 11 p in E T Phone 010 Home Phone 274 R T GUNN Manager Hf RAILROAD TIME TABLE iLLouisville Accommodation leaves 540 a m Louisville Accommodation returns 015 p m Train West 935 a m Train West 850 p m Train East 940 n in Train Last 420 p m IC O JOIEastbound 1018 a m Eastbound 741 p m F a C Leaves for Paris 020 a m Returns 1325 a In Leaves for Paris 900 p in Returns 780 p m JW WATSON Ticket Agent t J 1 T j1i LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY i EFFECTIVE SUMMER TIMETABLEIEASTBOUND WESTBOUND j Daily No4 AMII DailyEx No2 PMI IIBtatlon Mls II No8 III Lexington Winchester II 605 520 L E Junction 120 508 clay City 825 484 909 410 Stanton 985 440 Junction 815I Ia5794 445 Natural 959 457 62 Torrent62 780 842 1014 518 70Boattyville Junction 707 829 1110 545 005 OttE Junction 640I 253 1115 I 610 Jackson 225 LiO E Junction Trains Nos12 andS will make connections with tho 0 05 RV for It Sterling i Cam rm Junction Trains Nos1 Sand 5will connect with tho Mountain Cen p IBeatbyville Junction CamptonTrains tho LAB for Beattvville Trains los 3 and the O K fur local IO RyWGeneral Manager RyfIOHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY IMINo8 Ex SundI Stations NOSSi INo1 No DailyEx Dailyi PMIAr Mss J A MLvolPM Lvel A M Ar If0 025I 285 Jackson 1120 280 O K Junction 835 1120 158 Wilhnrst 417 1152 152 Hampton 480 1158 128 Leo 510 12M 10I 84UI 122 Hehjchawa 518 1228 105 Cannel City 545 12a xi Nos and will make close connection at O s E lunation with Nos and tot points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent 1 t d Ia rRry fL j 1 w j1 t