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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT CEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance VOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1906 No4 CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND MENT TO BE VOTED ON BY CITIZENS AT NOVEMBER ELECTION The following is the constitu tional amendment to be voted on at the November election As it is of great importance and as the voters generally have not so far considered the matter the proj vision is well worth careful read ing An Act relating to amendment- of section 145 of the Constitu tion relating to suffrage and I electionsBe by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky 1 That upon the concurrence of threefifths of all the members elected to each house the yeas and nays being taken thereon and respectivejournnls stitution of Kentucky be and it is amended by adding a fourth paragraph to said section contain ing the following words to wit 4 Persons who have not at least sixty days before the elec tion they offer to vote paid in full all State county mu nicipal district and school taxes previoustovote That section 145 of the Consti tution of Kentucky relating to suffrage and elections be amend ed to read as follows 1 Every male citizen of the United States of the age of twen tyone years who has resided in the State one year and the county six months or the precinct in which he offers to vote sixty days next preceding the election shall bo a voter in said precinct and not elsewhere but the following per sons are excepted and shall not have the right to vote 1 Persons convicted in any court of competent jurisdiction of treason or felony or bribery in an election or of such high misde meanor as the General Assembly may declare shall operate as an exclusion from the right ofsuf frage but prsons hereby excluded may be restored to their civil rights by executive pardon 2 Persons who at the timu of the election are in confinement under the judgment of a court some penal offense forI 8 Idiots and insane 4 Persons who have not least sixty days before the at which they offer to eleotionI muuioiIpalby them for the year previous to the one in which they offer to vote BACKACHE AND SICK KIDNEYS Are quickly relieved And perma nently cureu by the New Herb CureFather Williams Indian Tea Na tures Remedy gathered in tho Rocky Mountains Pure and situ pie but sure and certain Acts like on the IflJJe bongestionGout Jaundice and Brights Dis ease Give it a trial and be con vinced Put up in Tea and Table pnclmgeFor PITTSBURGS CHAMPION BOY TRAVELER DEFENDS THE AMERICAN TOURIST ABROAD When they talk about the stri dent loudmouthed Yankee abroad they slander our American tourists The Americans just abut owned London the past summer and they were the people in London Give me the Americans and give me America too I was mighty glad to see New York yesterday spokethusCenter avenue yesterday after 1 oflRichard probaIblyAmerican Continent from the CenItralhas spent two summers in Europe and has seen three Old World countries from the Arctic Circle to the Mediterranean He arrived morningfromEngland Ireland Scotland and Wales France Holland and Den mark Norway and Sweeden- I think travel is part of a young mans education said Richard and so I am going to spend my vacation abroad right along until I finish school at professiontwo or three years of a university course after I finish at Holy GhostThe young man is accompanied on his summer trips by Professor J B Tophani one of his instructors at Holy Ghost College Last year the two visited France Swit zerland and Italy spending sever al weeks in the Rhine country Next years itinerary is not yet plannedThe young man alluded to above is the son of Mr Richard A Ennis so well known as the leader in the old Murphy move ment in the 70s Ifall 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 U S DISTRICT COURT The U S Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky Judge A opellediThe following gentlemen com pose the grand jury B F Remington foreman Ballard Barton W T Davis WiB Hardin Jacob Jacoby J Musgrove G W Mitchell S T Penn G W Rinehart Lou Robe J Stone Miller Ezra Walker Horace Faulkner Fave Dalton and George Ashurst A LIVELY TUSSLE With that old enemy of the race Constipation often ends in Appendicitis To avoid all seri ous trouble with Stomach Liver and Bowels take Dr Kings New Life Pills They perfectly regulate these organs without pain or discomfort 25o at all druggists T SIMr Hiter Mitchell of the Mill- ville neighborhood has placed us under obligations for a nice lot of fall pears and apples They are toothsomeIour thanks for his courtesy CARRIAGE AND HORSES FOR SALE I have a doubleseated carriage and two horses both good driving animals for sale Apply on the premisesMISS ANA STEDMAN 2tf Forks of Elkhorn CAPITAL CITY HASH By JohnnyGet YourGunI It is said in court circle that the young bloods of Frankfort ofiageinterfere introduce the fashion of going bareheaded and barefooted as a running mate to the fad adopted by the young ladies of going bareheaded and barearmed And wont the girls get graceful Grecian bends looking down on those beautiful feet A precocious street gamin circulated the report yesterday on Broadway that 1000 years hence the city authorities intended to require the fruit dealers grocers hardware merchants and other dealers to use only three feet of the sidewalk to display their wares As you go down street note who will have to give more room in that long byandby There are between twelve and fifteen miles of granitoid pavements in Frankfort These beautiful walks stretch out in every direction and are generally well constructed In some places where not absolutely necessary they are the result of individual enterprise or contractors greed In their places where badly need ed they are held back by known reasons as on unI street for instance Owing to the narrowness of St Clair street it will be necessary as the city grows in population and traffic to first require vehicles to pass up one side of the street and down the other and then fol low this mode of relief by the construction of a subway It is already advisable to have police men stationed on the street on court days to avert accidents andI relieve blockades When the belt railroad connect ing Thorn Hill with Leestown isI complete the citizens and visitors will enjoy many rides around the circle and the street car company will rake in many dollars Does any one know can any one guessthe aggregate of city indebtedness Can any one tel- lean any one guesswhen the city council will order a debt statement or a balance sheet to be published The last official report showed the city indebted ness then to be a nest egg of 485000 INARROV ESCAPE IOn Friday night as a special from the Lexington Fair was passing through the railroad yards in West Frankfort an open switchcaused the train to runIinto a loaded box car on a track The engineer stuck to his post but the fireman seeing a c tllision inevitable jumped and fell on the main track wrenching his back and cutting and bruising his head and shoulders The injured man was attended to by Dr E E Hume Railroad Surgeon and is doing very well Io e TOR = iBeentbe nib Bu1ht iJ CI KAGIN BROS Readyto Wear Specials We call attention to the 4 following extraordinary values picked from our immense stock in the ReadytoWear Depart- mentTAILORED SUITS ftlfi 50 SpecialThis Suit is made of allwool Parne Cheviotra material that is very appropriate for Fall and Winter and a cloth that is known to give excellent wear The Jacket is tight fitting with pleated skirtone of the h very best styles shown in New York Over 100 other good values from 1250 to 5000 each TAILORED SKIRTS St5 00 SpecialNowhere in this city has thore been gathered such a superb collection of 500 Skirts as is shown in our department this season Every woman is here offered the opportunity to wear a TailorMade Skirt made in the very best Style in a great variety of Stylish Mate rials in any choice of color at a small cost of 500 COVERT COATS 7 50 Specialrlr This Coat is made of good quality Covert in the beautiful tightfitting Style finely Tailored with back and front trimmed in bands This Coat looks as good as many 1000 coats on the market LONG COATS gll O 00 SpecialThis Coat is made in the Stylish 50inch Ilength which will be Jso popular this season is g of either Black Kersey Plaid Mixtures in Greys Coverts in pretty shades of Tan This Coat will produce an effect that is usually had only in higher priced garments j ClKAGIN BRO REGISTRATION DAY Tuesday next October 2 will be tho regular registration day Those who wish to vote at the next November election should remember this and not neglect to see that their names are enrolled at their appropriate polling place The hours for registering are from mI and take care I A SCIENTIFIC WONDER The cures that stand to its credit make Bucklens Arnica Salve a scientific wonder It cured K H Mulford lecturer for HusbandryWaynesboro case of Piles It heals the worst Burns Sores Boils Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only 25c at all druggists a TERRIBLE EXPLOSION Owing to the careless shooting of two men at a mark on a freight car in Jellico a terrible explosion of dynnWmite occurred on Saturday which wrecked the whole town not leaving a single business house unharmed and making over 500 people homeless some fifteen or twenty people were killed and about fifty or sixty wounded the loss amounting to over 1000000- It seems that the car was loaded with dynamite for use in the coal mines nearby and the jar occa sioned by the impact of the balls against the side of the car set it offA pretty costly piece of foolish 1 4 fun on the part of the yahoos who did the shooting s NEW YORKS NOMINEES The Democratic State Conven tion of New York nominated Win Randolph Hearst the nomineeaof the Independence League for Governor and endorsed municipal t ownership The Republican State Conven tion nominated Charles E Hughes the man who made the insurance investigation as a State Senator and endorsed every measure looking f to the punishment of graft I REV A B CHINN RErURNSI HI We have received the following letter from our friend Rev A B Chmn rector of the Church ofI the Ascension Los Angeles Cal Sept 22 1900 My dear Mr Lewis Will let aboutafin the pulpit of Ascension Church Ion Sunday Septomber 80 both in the morning at 11 oclock andhin the evening at 780 I expect to reach Frankfort on Friday at 720 p in I have had a longivacation and it has been a grentIiprivilege to see so much of our wonderful land t yourshaveVery sincerely yours AUSTIN B CHINN j Mr Churns many friends will rejoice to learn that his health has been very much improved by his visit to the Golden State Dr Weaver e Syrup PHMM tbt blood i Card tototmaoO foe Ofc1 i r J cOME fYCONSIDER CRITICISE AND COMPAREI r P Best Values ill Silk Kid Wool Gloves LengthsrVr PERSONALl == =Mr L A West of Irvine attended U S Court this week Rev J L Clark of Cynthlana was in the city on Tuesday Miss Lida Edelen Is visiting friends in St Louis Mo Col Thos A Hall left Friday night for a trip to Cincinnati Miss Mary Glenn is the guest of friends in New Albany Ind Mr H G Mattern visited rela tives in Louisville on Sunday Mr Hubert Vreeland and wife re turned Sunday from Louisville Judge W F Hall of Harlan at tended the U S Court this week Mr and Mrs Dan McElligott re turned from Louisville Wednesday Mr W T Hawkins of Praise Ky attended the U S Court this week Cadet Harry J Abbett went to Lexington Saturday to attend the fair Deputy U S Marshal Emmett Orr of Covington was here this week Miss Aubyn Chinn returned to State College Lexington on Saturday Dr J A Finder and wife of Tyrone were in this city on Saturday Mrs Guy Barrett returned Tues day from a visit to relatives in Louisville Miss Ada Wright of Hatton was the guest of Miss Ethel Choate this week Mr Thos Bond of Lawrenceburg was a witness in the U S Court this week Miss Eloise Booe left Wednesday for a visit to friends In Fleming county Cadet Isaac Lock of State College spent Sunday here the guest of his mother Mrs Jno P Hanley returned Tuesday from a vsit to her mother in Paris Mrs Frank Barret and Miss Mary Hendrick Swigert have returned from Lexington Mr Frank Todd of Chicago Ills is visiting his sisters Misses Todd West Side Miss Nora Miller of this office spent Sunday in Lexington the guest of relatives Mr Pryor Perry of Warsaw was the guest of Col Ed E Abbett the first of the week Mr Luther Morgan left Saturday for Owenton to visit his uncle Mr J W Douglas Mrs Thos H Paynter visited her daughter Mrs 11 K Yonts in Louis ville this week Mrs Lucy Farmer of Farmdale was the guest of her son Mr W S Farmer this week Mrs Dr L T Minnish left Tues day morning for a visit to friends in Indianapolis Ind ICapt Garland R Bullock of Lex ington was a witness in the U S Court on Monday Mr Ed E Abbett Jr left Monday for Terre Haute Ind to attend Rose Polytechnic Institute Mrs Lucy Farmer of this county left Tuesday for Cincinnati to visit her son Mr Ben Farmer Mr A J Williams of Breathitt county was in attendance upon the U S Court this week Prof T Lindsey Blaney of Central University Danville was a visitor here this week Mr L W Regley and Mr Silas Coghan of Perry county attended the U S Court this week Mr J S Weathers wife and chil dren have returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington r i J M0 rOUR IMMENSE NEW FALL STOCK I DRESSING OUR 1 Mrs J H Knzelrigg and son Jlr Dyke Hazelrlpg left Thursday for New York City Hon Claude B Terrill of Bedford was in the city on Tuesday in attendance upon the courts Miss Lottie Crowe of Richmond is the guest of her brother Rev Wm Crowe Campbell street Mrs W L Cannon of Midway was the guest of her mother Mrs Hiram Berry this week Mr Henry Morgan and wife of Shelby county were guests of Mrs Geo A Lewis this week Mr Thos E Kenney wife and children visited at their old home in Owen county this week Mr C C Kavanaugh of Little Rock Ark is the guest of his mother Mrs Anna M Kavanaugh Miss Ann Church of Louisville who has been the guest of Mrs E S OHara has returned home Miss Leila Berryman of Lexing ton was the guest of her sister Mrs W M Franklin this week Mr Zach Church and wife attend ed the Convention of the Christian Church at Louisville this week Miss Carrie Brock who has been the guest of friends in Lexington for two weeks has returned home Rev C R Hudson attended the State Convention of the Christian Church at Louisville this week Mr Millard F Wood of Lexing ton who has been attending Circuit Court here has returned home Mr Luke Abbett of Georgetown was the guest of his uncle Col Ed E Abbett the first of the week Miss Helen Abbett of George town was the guest of her uncle Col Ed Abbett Saturday and Sunday Mss Lilian Sullivan of Eminence who has been the guest of Miss Cora Belle Kenney has returned home Mrs D Swigert Combs of Lex ington was the guest of Mrs Mary Warvick on Third street this week Mr Jno M Rodman of Louis vibe was the guest of his parents Col J L Rodman and wife this week Mr J P Shively and wife returned to Louisville Monday after a visit to her mother Mrs E J Coleman Mr Hartman LeCompte has gone to Newport where he has accepted a position in the Adams Express Co office Mrs Rosa Ingles of Columbia Missouri was the guest of her cousin Mrs Geo A Lewis the first of the week Miss Gratz Pulliam of Lexington who has been the guest of Misses Kershaw High street has returned homeCadet Harry J Abbett who has been at home on furlough from the Naval Academy returned to duty on Thursday Mrs Ellen Thomas and daughters Misses Anne and Emily and Miss Manne Powell Mt Saturday for New York City Mr Hugh Rodman of Louisville who has been the guest of his parents Col J L Rodman and wife has returned home Mr Leslie Rogers of Pittsburg Penn who has been the guest of his brothers and sisters in this city has returned home Mrs George Bird of Shelby county who has been the guest of Mr Jno W Reading and wife has returned home Capt S G Sharp U S Marshal for the Eastern District of Kentucky was here this week in attendance upon the U S Court Mrs las H Dawson of Denver Col who has been the guest of her sister Mrs W S Johnson returned home Wednesday Mr Henry T Bacon who has been the guest of his aunt Mrs J N J SACQUEOf Dress Goods Suits Cloaks Skirts Furs Table Linen Blankets Flannels Hosiery Un derwear c is the Largest and Most Complete we have ever shownNo wise person will fail to see what we are showing and get our prices C CHARLES JI WEITZEL Crutcher left Wednesday for Mem phis Tenn to reside Mrs W Dorsey Brown and daughter of Texas who have been guests of Hon Eli H Brown and wife left Wednesday for home Lieut Carroll Powell U S A and wife of Indianapolis Ind who have been guests of Mrs L C Nor man have retumou home Mr Robt Fields Mr Joe Fields Mr Dock Fields Mr A A Kilbum L N Kilbum of Perry county attend ed the U S Court this week Col Geo W Hutchison Post master of Lawrenceburg was in the city Monday en route home from a visit to friends in Scott county Mrs Virginia Jett and Mrs L A Trumbo left Monday for Harrison Ohio to attend the marriage of Mr W WJett Jr and Miss Hollowell Mrs David Vaughn of Catletts burg who has been the guest of her parents Dr W McKee Hardie and wife West Side has returned home Mr Geo McLeod and Mr Chas M Harris of Versailles were in the city on Tuesday in the interest of the Frankfort and Versailles Traction Co Miss Helen ORear returned to Science Hill Shelbyville on Monday after spending a few days with her jarents Judge E C ORear and wife Mrs R M Bergman and son Weston who have been guests of her parents Capt I T West and wife returned home on Wednesday morning Mrs Chas C Jones and son of Eddyville who have been guests of her parents Capt J D Kennedy and wife Kentucky Avenue West Side have returned home Mr R B M Colvin wife and little daughter who have been visiting Mrs Colvlns parents Rev T F Tallaferro and wife left Tuesday afternoon for their home in Falmouth Judge George DuRelle U S Dis trict Attorney for the Western Dis trict of Kentucky has been acting as District Attorney for this District this week in the necessary absence of Judge J H Tinsley of the Eastern District Dr W E Baxter has returned from a trip to his farm In Missouri While away he enjoyed a fine time fishing and hunting We also organ ized a canning company with 25000 capital after two other capitalists had failed to accomplish He gives a glowing account of affairs in that sec tion ONTO HIS JOB A rather tough little fellow who was the terror of some of the country schoolmistresses was sent to a boys school the first of this session and meeting a boy friend on the road a few days ago nc costed him with Say why dont you come to Prof Blanks school Is he a good teacher asked the other You bet he is Hes knocked one tooth out of me already le Prof Tyler of Amherst College said recently A man can live comfortably without brains no man ever 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 tho use of a little corrective after overeating A corrective like Kodol For Dyspepsia It digests what you eat Sold by J W Gayle OUR 75c OUTING GOWN Special Values in CLOAKS A FURS FALLotalo liIf N G AT TtAWe are now ready with the Best Assortment of Everything that is Novel we ever had embracing 1I Dress Goods Suitings Silks Waistings Cloaks Suits and Skirts OUR SKIRTS at 250 300 350 450 and 500 are especially good 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 you CARPETS MATTINGS and RUGSRugs any size from 18x24 inches to 9x12 feet roomsizes We are offering great inducements in this class of goods and if you are contemplating any Rugs you have a chance at so many Until November 1st we will give you Special Low Prices on these goods yjWe bought at an advantage some very good styles in Net Muslin and Lace Curtains MUSLIN RUFFLED CURTAINS 50c 75c 10012fi and 150 CABLE ORDNETthe kind that dont melt in laundry at 100 Jr 120100 175 200 and 800 a pair You can not touch them in any city for these prices F J HEENEYTHE LINEN HOUSE OF FRANKFORTT- THE LADIES CHOICE- r ti f 13 IVSIIPRIDE OF MADISON THE FLOUR THAT SEVER FAILS iJI Ask your grocer Seed Rye and Timothy Seed i d Strictly First Class Call nnd examine our line Pi Dealers in Flour Meal Hay Straw Salt Seeds Stock Foods Corn and Oats HEISE SONS j lit ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones 47m Hardwood FlooringNo- w is the time to put in Hardwood Foors4uWe have the White Maple Hardwood Flqpn i ng which makes the prettiest floors of any wood We Have a Carlo- adHammond Go hTS MY WIFES FAMILY One of the cleverest musical faice comedies ever teen on a local stage will furnish the entertain nextIl traction It is aphis that affords r unlimited amusement from the Iftt opening act to the final laughablo situation Although farcical in cleverlylc ttplicntions workout with wonder J ful originality The main situations hinge on the motherinlaw theme and leash with the at tempts of a festive young hus band TacT Gay to dislxlge his unwelcome relative from his home For this purpose lie en lists the aid of u keenwittid man 1111own about town as Do3 Knott whoso introduction into the Gay household begets endless compli 1cntions They follow each other FALL IS HERE AGAIN i Ii And Heres the Best Sharing of the New Seasons Goods Consider the calendarthe shifting seasons and the changing styles and of course everybody who is anybody must keep up with the parade No trouble at all You have only to come to our Fall Showing and get Fashionwise Here you will find a liberal education in t Style ideas and a revolationjin Price economies the matchless attractions that mark our Exhibit we stress our splendid stocks and Beautiful Suits Modish Coats Stylish 1 Skirts Colored Dress Goods and Fine Warm Blankets and Bed Coverings All these things you need newand they are priced to convince you that this is THE one place of all others to do your buying 1 We have provided lavishly for all your needs and are ready to supply them at the very lowest possible price Now if you tf please the benefit IS yours COfu Su its AllWool Coat Suit in blue bluok or mixtures n great value nt IfiOO Exclusive high class styles 25 to 50 cloaks CovcrtJachctsspeciul- at 5 and 750 60in Cloaks nobby styles i to f25 RUGS Choice assortment in fix 11 room size rugs Wool Brussels or Ax tninstern- C1021DV lIIt rn 17fJ4Y1MGCAVl3 rin rapid succession and are absolutely convulsing in character The cast is one of the best overseen presenting musical comedy Advance stile of seats opens at Barretts Tuesday morning Prices 25 50 75 and arDONT BE SORE When two strong men come to blows oven 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 ho will look hotter and foel hotter in short order Be sure you get DeWitts Good for everything a salve used for including piles Do Witts is the original Witch Hazel Save and the hest You want DeWitts Sold by J W Gayle e LATEST STYLES IN WALL PA PETS I have n full line of all the latest styles In wall paper Call and ox tUnina atom 0 M BRTDCKFOPiD Main Stroot Opposite Engine Houso 23fcf Dress GoodsEvery correct shade and weave Rich Plaids at LOc Fine Suitings 100 to 150 per jnrdJ m AWFUL STORM rngiugIday morning Immense damage has been done at Mobile New Or leans PcMisacola und othor points Strange to say but little loss of life occurred 0 VERDICT FOR DEFENDANT In the suit of Mrs R M Trum ho against W A Gains Co for damrgps claimed for the death of her jltll Andrew Truinbo occa sioned by an accident by which his leg was crushed the jury returned a verdict on Wednesday for the defendant The plaintiff was represented by CoJ J A Scott Mr W C Marshall and fudge J H Hazelrigg The de fendants by Gen D W Liudsey Judge B G William and Mr Elwood Hamilton ws NARROW ESCAPE One Wednesday evening Miss Cora Lyttle a trained nurse from Lexington had a narrow escape from death by asphyxiation She had come here to catch the Ctt 0 train for homo and missed it She went to the Frankfort Hotel to remain all night Shortly after she had retired the smellof gas attracted attention It was traced to her room and she was found unconscious with the gas jet turned on Restoratives were used and she was resuscitated by Dr Barr Prison Physician who boards at the hotel f Miss Lyttle was from the Good Samaritan Hospital Lexington anti had been nursing the sick near Millville Her sister at Lexington was notified and cause here taking her to Lexington on the L N trainBut for the fact that the tran som was open and the window slightly raised there is no douht hat that loath would have resulted u r taO L Ii TAYLOIR TilE PKEMIEK KENTUCKY WHSUKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky lllM fz ft J it ij 1 1t iW 1J f itJ iiI Si ks Rich Plaids for Wni8tl1 75c to L50 per yard Gin Taffetta in black or colors 9100 regular 125 quality SPECIAL TERM OF COURT There will be a special term of circuit court commencing onI Monday to try equity cases term will last three weeks t WATER SUPPLY OF LONDON There is an increasing tendency on the part of large consumers of watt inLomlon to draw on the water reservoirs in the lower geo logical strata beneath the capital rather than be iudebtedto com supplyTheits independence in this fashion is Clements Inn where not twenty yards from the Strand an artesian well has just been tapped after three months boring at a depthof 4s 0 feet tFEIGHTCAR It is estimated that out of a totalof 840000 goods wagons or dored by the railways of the United States in 1005 161000 were speci fied to be fitted with step I under frames and 179010 were to be built of wood The figures show that for wagons of 80000 pounds capacity or more under the severe conditions of modern service steel tuia decided advantages in a111warOJU turnedoutequippedforunderfrauies London Engineer eG ALARM CLOCKS THAT SPEAK They are slaking clocks now that speak the hour instead of striking it They do this throughI an ingenious adaptation phonograph idea When a young 111lllrsgasp and ask the young woman if 101muplifter of boyhood it is necessary to closely echo the words of a father who is used to being heard and obeyed No soft spoken Jimmie its getting late will do What is wanted is the good oldfashioned James you tumble down those stairs quickeru seat Do ou hear me Cleveland Plain DealerRFGIfiTRATIODAY Tuesday next October 2 will he too regular registration day Those who wish to vow at the next November election should remember this tied not neglect tt see that their names are enroll d at their appropriate polling place The hours for are from 6 a m to 9 p U1IBo sure to secure and take care of your tvrtilicates o oA sar 0RIABears Signatur of Jft1AJJI A tho Abus IShit 1 New Belts Now Gloves Ii New V i1rrNew Ribbons W it mJmI1f JIitkaar ascarucavxtrrssrsrsC rnazix = AyJ J t SHORTESTt 1 AND BEST ROUTE FROM l Louisville Davie andlLe- xington TO St Louis and The West Two Fast Trains Daily ranmng through solitl from Danville to 8t Louis without cbviuge with connecting cars from Lei ington u follows Leave Lexington fats a m Lean Danville 630 a m Leave Louisville 9OO a1I1 Arrive St Lou IItl3pm Vestibuled Coaches and Obeem lion Cafe Oar Leave Lexington S00 m Leave Danville toil pmf10u117tAArrivo Puluian Sleeper and Free Reclining Chair Car Most Dirt t Linn CbIATIAKOOGA ATLANTA KNOXVILLE CHARLESTON and JACKSONVILLE and all Southeastern points includ ing Asheville N C and the beau tital kLnnd of the Skyand rex awmiyountryStud tnuip for Land of the SiyItoolaot nud other illus tinted literatureV I1Lexington Ky H C KING C PT A Ill E Main Lexington Ky J F LOGAN Try P AiLfIll E Main A R COOK C P T A 284 Fourth Aye Louisville n a HUNGERFOKJ District Passenger Agent Jvl Fourth Ave Louisville J C BEAM JH A O P A r St Louie Mo 50 YEARS EXPECENCC l TRA c M nys- DEIIGNS COP lilcMIS 1nno scnutii i krteh unr iloscriotin tnnj qnlcklr ricer iin ir u whetuer ati Invention is pr r thlr iinuuirn iioiitHtnctlyc iiuMcntia c1 Ilillf00ouPatents Mtontltmltstrrlatriotl without the Scientific JDis ricaiie- hnnrtsomcl Ulnstrnted weekly Lnrccst clr culiitlott ot any ectcntltlo journal Terms f rear tour month CO3616roadway IN wdOCrk Breach F SU Washington D Dt IIttt 11i i 1 The Frankfort RounUanout n Entire at the pnstitlUv at Frankfort Ken tucky nsseronddass ninihibtc mutter OED A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT SEPT 29 1906 UNJUST CENSURE Wo notice that there has sprung up n controversy between Judge r YoE Barry Representative from Marshall county and Mr J R Catlett editor of the Princeton Leader who was Bill Clerk of the Senate over the loss of the pool room bill during the last session of the Legislature in which Judge Barry reflects in a very unjust way upon Mr Catlett Vo are fully aware ofnIl the facts in that case and can truth fully say that Mr Catletts skirts were clear of any fault in that matter We have always had our suspicions of the way that bill was attempted to be killed and it in no way reflects on Mr Catlett AUTO LINE TO LAWRENCE BURG Mr Powers the owner of the Auto Line now running from Lexington and Nicholasville has been in the city this week pros pecting as to establishing a line to Lawrenceburg from this city Mr Powers asks the assistance of the Business Mens Club in having the turnpike to Lawrence burg put in condition to justify the running of his machines He proposes to put on a ma chine that will carry about twenty passengers and light baggage He proposes two trips per day PROF FUQUA LOSES POCKETBOOK State Superintendent of Public Instruction J H Fuqua attended the recent convention of dark to bacco raisers at Guthrie Ky and while in the big crowd present was relieved of his pocket book containing his return railroad ticket and 18 in money Several other persons were likewise robbed REGISTRATION DAY Tuesday next October 2 will be the regular registration day Those who wish tc vote at the next November election should remember this and not neglect to see that their names are enrolled plneeIregistering are from C a m to 0 p m Be sure to secure and take care of your certificates Get SCOTTSEmulsion When you go to a drug store and ask for Scotts Emulsion you know what you want the man knows you ought to hays it Dont be surprised though if you are offered something elsa Wines cordials extracts etc of cod fiver oil are plenti ful but dont imagine you are getting cod liver oil when you take them Every year for thirty years weve been increasing the sales of Scotts Emulsion Why Because It has always been better than any substitute for It Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409419 Pearl Street New York 50c and 100 All druggists J ltl fiI 1t JtfVSTightly Locked From Nervous Spasms Physicians Could Not Prevent Fits Dr Miles Nervine Cured My Wife Dr Miles Nervine has been successfully tried in thousands of cases of nervous disorders but nevctfhas it made a better record than when used in the treatment of fits or spasms Thousands of testimonials this in nearly instance the writer has stated fits ceased after the first dose of Ner vine was given The statement is repeated in the following Seven years ago my wife commenced having or fits and I called in my home physician and he said she was paralyzed He her with salt water gave her calomel nnd she eventually got some better but in a short time she had another attack She was confined to her bed for three months and the doctor could not help her She had fits frequentlyaome times ver severe Her hands cramp so we could not them and she finally lockedfinallygood and a storative Nervine She received i o much benefit from the first bottle that I rot some more She has taken a number of bottles but has never had a fit since the first dose She also thinks ve highly of Dr Miles Nerve and Liver Pills and is never without them II there is any way of making this testimonial do so because of the good the Dr Miles Restorative Nerv ine did my wifeWet Y ALLEN P M Elkvillc Miss All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Send free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind TERRIBLE SITUATION IN ATLANTA Owing to a number of assaults upon white women committed by colore men a terrible state of affairs has arisen in Atlanta Ga Up to the hour we write about ten white men have been killed and fortyfive or fifty negroes have heen hung by the infuriated whites or killed by the various posses of police and soldiers This is an awful state of affairs but it looks as though there was no way to avpid the occurrence of these horrors when lustful blacks attack innocent white women The natural instinct of the white race is to protect their women and it will be done at whatever cost Much as we may lament these things and condemn mob law they seem almost inevitable Later The tortes of law and order are in control of the situa tion Think of Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure if your nose and throat dis charges if your breath is foul or feverish This white soothing balm contains Oil of Eucalyptus Thymol Menthol etc incor porated into an imported cream like velvety petrolatum It soothes heals purifies controls Call at our store for free trial box Sold by all druggists BADLY HURT BY FALL FROM CIRCUS TRAIN IOn Saturday night as the first of the train carrying Bar num Baileys Circus was coming from Lexington to this city en route to Louisville a colored man by the name of M A Shel ton whose home was at Atlanta Ga fell or was thrown oil the train just above Jetta Station without being seen by the rail road men As the third section of train passed along between 5and 6 oclock Sunday morning the man was seen the train stopped and the was taken aboard and brought to this city Dr John G South was summoned und found that the mains right leg was badly torn and cut from the kneo down the bones of fleshfwas After surgical attention the man was taken on to Louisville by Dr South to the railroad hos pital Tim man said that his father lived in Atlanta and ho was notified of the accident v Hit + j 11r THE OLD RELIABLE By reference to our advertising columns it slay be soon that tho old reliable nursery firm of Messrs H F Hillennuver Son call attention to their stock of fall goods These gentlemen have been doing business at the sumo place for many years und every one who has had any transactions with them is satisfied that they are the straight goods CUBA LIBRE Of all the farces that ever were enacted the way the Cubans are doing takes the confectionery I What the revolution was started for we dont believe the leaders themselves know President Palma Vice President Capote and the Cabinet have all resignedAt distance it looks like a determined effort to produce in tervention by the United States INJURED MAN DIES Lee Edwards the young man who was injured in a fight with James Miller about two weeks ago died on Tuesday evening at his home on Holmes street after being unconscious for several days It was found that Edwards skull was crushed at the base of the brain There are quite a number of rumors afloat in regard to the matter one of whichconnects another man with the affair Miller is in jail with a number of charges opposite his name The funeral of Edwards was conducted by Rev J 0 A Vaught on Wednesday from the residence of his mother on St Clair street after which the re mains were laid away in our ceme tery II INTERURBAN LINE PROGRESSING NICELY The Frankfort and Versailles Interurban Road is being pushed as rapidly as possible consider ing the weather conditions of the past few weeks They are build ing a solid and substantial roadbed and but for the drawbacks alluded to would have had the line done by the first of tho new yearHowever they are making all needed preparations for its com pletion and already five car loads- of rails have been received in this city ready to be put down so soon as the grading of the roadbed is ready for them The inhabitant of the country along the line of the road are very anxious to have it in running order as they appreciate the advant ages it will bring with it Manager Sallee is exercising every energy to help along the good work and is giving first class oityIWHEN WE ARE IN A HURRY In these days of rush and hurry courtesy is often forgotten In the mad pell moll rush ofour life little things are done to offend that we rather remained undone A hastily eaten meal and its re sultant headache may cause us social or financial loss The wise man or woman is the one wilt re lieves little ills of this sort by a little doss of Kodol For Dyspep sin It digests what you eat and puts your stomach buck into shape Sold by J W Gayle TREES PLANTS VINES Our General Catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever greens Shrubs Grape Vines Rhu barb Asparagus Small Fruits etc is now ready on application We employ no agents but sell direct to the planter H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky Sept 298m o i t f f i jl1J Uiii it It iJ r Pleasant to= take I Ln xatveSyruip J NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits anti 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 bringiSick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than other you have tried Iany 25c AND oOc PER BOTTLE j Tobacco 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 I Value JOHN DRJSCOLL Ouamv The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Defile in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky QLiwttltlis Early HIeIThe famoUs IftiZo pills WANTEDGentleman or lady with good reference to travel by mil or with a rig for a firm of 50000 capital Salary 1072 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses ad vanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Frankfort Ky- l120m STREET CAH SCHEDULE Cars will leave the Capital Hotel for South Frankfort dully beginning at 520 a in and every ton minutes thereafter till 030 p in After that every twenty minutes till 1080 On tho cemetery line they leave same plnoo nt 080 n m and every thirty min utes till 1000 p m Part cars leave Capital Hotel at 140 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 m t1 J D SALLEESuptg l rl 1fd + ti ii t JOHN EDGE- BRICKMASOJT IM FRANKFJRT Will build Chimneys Cisterns XYIhouses in any part of County Furnace 38Gm work nnd repairs j- fFKILLTHIOOUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS tNewFOR cONSUMPTION 5 PriceI Iand Quickest Cure for all ISureet and LUNG TROUB MONEY BAOK rllii u k Cases plain simple and ornate I in either Gold Gold Filled or Silver THE STATE DEVELOPMENT CONVENTION Winchester October 10 11 12 The time for holding the Fifth State Development Convention is growing near and prospects are that it will be a great mooting Arrangements at Winchester for the occasion are nuaring comple tion The program however is being hold up to await the filling of one or two places and will not bo made public until completed though an excellent one is ns r sured The Winchester Commercial Club is going to do nil it can to make the Convention a pleasant as well as a profitable occasion I The excursion to Beattyville there to examine the coal mines gas wells and lumber plants and to be entertained with a barbecue given by the citizens of that en terprising mountain town will be a delightful trip especially for the delegates from the central and western part of thejState The railroads have fixed a rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip from all points in Ken- tuoky to Winchester on account of the Convention This is a lib eral concession on their part and is actuated by the interest which the railroads themselves have in the work of the development movement as they realize that a great erdevelopment of the resources of the State means a corresponding increase in their traffic Delegates to the Convention this year are not confined to those ap pointed by the county judges mayors and commercial clubs but any one wishing to attend may be appointed a delegate by ad dressing the Secretary Mr P J Altizer at Winchester who will have the appointment made and have invitation ticket program etc sent in regular course The business men of Kentucky owe it to themselves and to the State to take an active interest in the promotion of the objects of the Development Association both locally and by attending the Con ventions We should all work together for the material growth and progress of the State in the exploitation of our resources and the improvement of our industrial and commercial conditioys This Heres Just the Right- I Bowel Laxative Gentle Sure Pleasant to TakeAi Tried and True Natures RemedyI If you do not bavo free easy and remilat movements of tbo bowels you lack the prime and I first essential of rood health Theres more bonn done than mere uncomfortablencss sluggishness and blllousA ness retention of food wastes la the bowels f pollutes Irritatcsund poisons You make tho circulatory sys temtho blooda scavenger instead of a fountain otA purest lItoundun tainted vitality Tho ills of con tlpatlon are not trifling rieurlyalWaYS are frmiLht with vltaHMJMygli BignlOcunce t in SeelcyourAccept the rentlenaturapa wald of Laxcti lJe sure not to tlmHEJ force and nrotvd the doll on to organs ot BZNKVvold all the dan mcdlainCSIfore meals or on retiring always brings relief Pleasing to take the most potent yet gentle ol remedies a genuine help of Nnturost owellunUve which cures constipation Bee commended and for sale by ALL DEALERSI if- JtA1i j t4 Al v I L 4 1 J KEEPING Fl GOOD OlflTCH Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to I be accurate timekeepersj VY A SELBIERffi is the object of the Development Association which is headed by men who are devoting their time money and energy to the move ment without a cent of direct compensation knowing that in helping all the they are also helping themselvesIThis county is as good as the best and our citizens are just as active progressive and patriotic Let us show this by sending a large delegation to tho Convention this fall- RESCUE OF A MERCHANT A prominent merchant of Shon saysSeverala cough which grow worse and worse until I was hardly able to move around I coughed con 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 I was entirely cured I surely believe it saved my life It will always be my family rem edy for colds Fully guaranteed flOe and 100 at all druggists Trial bottle free IN MEMORIAM Like a thunder clap out ofn earlyWednesday 19 that Mrs Mollie Moore wife of Mr George Moore had died that morning at the home near Jacksonville She has been a devoted selfsacrificing wife in sunshine and in storm his comfort and consolation She leaves her husband two sons and two daughters to mourn her loss While she has gone happily to meet her loved ones who were awaiting her in the land of rest yearsWeep ones though a jewel has been taken from you God has taken it to a preIas she told us she was not afraid to die and only wished to take her dear ones with her She knew from the beginning of her illness that she would never recover and she knew the troubles of this world and she did not wish to remain here But to take her loved ones with her that they might not see any more of the trials and hardships whichcome to us all But to go and forever be happy with her The funeral took place at Ben son Church Thursday evening at 4 oclock of which she had been a member for many years Services were conducted by Rev J H Burdine after which the remains were laid away in the Bonson graveyard near the church A FRIEND BUZZARD ROOST Everybody is about done cut ting tobacco and are now busy cutting corn ledOn Tuesday September 18 Mrs Mollio Moore wile of Mr George Moore aged 57 years Mrs Tillio Sudduth spent tho day with her father Mr J P Conway and family last Monday Mr Carl Hulette called on his host girl Surulay evening tEeruOu September 17 to Mr 1 It I4M Jf btl i Magoffin Richardson and wifoo- boy Miss Kate Daily of Peaks Mill is visiting her cousin Miss Irene Lawrence this week Meeting closed at Antioch last Sunday with six additions Mr Guina Sudduth and Miss Georgia Fleming spent Saturday night and Sunday with friends Mr Will Bryan says he hopes it wont rain the next time he takes his girl home from church Keep your shoes shined for Madam Rumor reports a number of weddings in the near future Mr Bain Moore and wife at tended the fair at Lexington last weekLost Stolen or Drowned Mr Victor Banta Last seen of him he was going in the direction of the river but ho might have stopped at Mr Lewis Mrs Lizzie Owens of Croppers is visiting her parents Mr Harry Barber and family Mr Will Bryan is keeping store for Mr Ben Marshall this week Mr Church Dennis and wife spent Sunday with Mr Sam Hu lette and family Mr Clark Harrison called on Miss Julia Fleming last Sunday Miss Hallie Barker is visiting her sister Mrs Fannie Goin this weekMiss Goldie Sudduth is on the sick list this week Mr Dan Moore says he has not been lost but he would not mind being stolen if the right one would steal him Mr Henry Showalter calledon Miss Lena Corbin JIM Bad Stomach MakesBad You can not make sweet butter in a foul unclean churn The stomach serves as a churn in which to agitate work and disintegrate our food as it is upI digested If it bo weak sluggish sluggishliverThe of Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery are just such as best servo tQ cQrrect and cure all such rangements It is matte up without a drop of in its composition chem- Ically pure tripleretlnod bolu used instead of the commonly employed alcohol Now this glycerine Is of itself a valuable medicine Instead of a deleteri ous agent like alcohol especially In the cure of weak stomach and tho FinleyElllngwoodCollege Chicago says of it In dyspepsia It serves an excellent pur pose It Is ono of tho best nianuf act ured products of tho present time in Its action upon enfeebled disordered stomachs especially It there is ulceration or Glycerine cnturrl1al- IlrnstrltlSCMnrrhallnlhUlIIuntllinot stomach many cases prro heartburn and excessive gastric aridity It Is useful In chronic Intestinal dyspepsia especially the ftutulent variety and In forms of chronic constipation stimulating tho secre tory and excretory functions of the Intestinal glaids When combined In just tho right tions with Golden Seal root proporI Black Chorrybark Queens root root and root or tile BloodI these as In Dr Pierces Golden Dlscor thero can be no doubt of its stomlchfivcrpleats These several ingredients tho strongest endorsement in all havoI cases of such eminent medical Prof R Hartholow D of Jetferson Med ical College Chicago Vrof flubart A Hare D of Medical Department University of Pa Prof Laurence Johnson U Medical Department Edwin Hule University M D flnhnemannfedIca1 ColleceChicafco Prof John Scudder M D and Prof Tohn Kinir Authors of tho American Dispensatory and sores of others among the leading medical men of our land Who can doubt the curative virtues of a medicine the ingredients of which have such a professional endorsement Constipation cured by Doctor Plercoi Ono or two a dose tJr oJa WtIJ oi1l + tn rJ 1 If Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reet IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD kr WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is f priceThisstrictly HAND MADE and will out wear any factory made job several times over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SO IEhanYkindrepaintingresentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- st3eller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY H K WARD President TAKE IT IN TIME Just as Scores of Frankfort People Have payIf back Urinary troubles diabetes sure ly Kidney Pills relieve backacheCure kidney ill Frankfort citizens endorse themMrs Mildred S Betts wife of C M Betts carpenter of 519 Short street says My kidneys troubled me for some years off and onI tried different remedies but without obtaining any permanent relief The pain in my back was often nightbefore upTheredistressing at all times I rend about Doans Kidney Pills and noticed that the symptoms they cured were just like mine Willj ing to try almost anything to Gaylesdrugthem as directed and soon noticed the difference in my condition The sharp pains and the aching disappeared and the other com plaints were banished Doans Kidney Pills net like magic and lastingFor Price 50 cents FostorMilburn Co ngentsforRemember the name Doitit and take no other HANDSOME BUILDING IN COURSE OF ERECTION The new drug store being erect ed by the owners of the Capital veryIwill add to tho appearance of that section of the city v Hr Calrs Condition iowtiers are jipt what u horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier unj vermifuge They are not food bf medicine and the best in use to put it horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J Y Gayle and LeCompte Gayle v i iI i f3 J iJ C M BROTVXIXC Sec and Treas SELLS COMFORTABLE HOMES Capt C W Merchant and wife sold on Tuesday through the real estate agency of Messrs She ton Morris their comfortable twostory frame building on Lo gan street to Mr Thos M Bright well for 2050 cash NOTHING COMPARES To Father Williams Indian Tea for all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys Stomach and Bowels It causes a vigorous action of the Liver digesting the food causing a regular free movement of the Bow purifiestimeyou well It only costs ou 20 cents to try it In Tea or Tablet form For sale by Frankfort Drug Co 2 Vital QuestionsWhat Doctor Prescribe What does the Druggist SupplySHealth often balances between these two questions Life itself may depend on the precise fill ing of a prescription with drugs of absolute standard strength Many druggists who till pre scriptions carefully are not careful about the reliability or potency of the remedies used Ve are careful about both We see to it that all our drugs have tho precise strength they shouldShavo und they are always com pounded with scientific ac curacy ii W GAYLE DruggistC- orner Ann and Broadway Frnnkfort Ky Ii t JotIt MARRIED WALLBAUMDEAKINS In this citynn Wednesday Mr Paul Wallbamn und Miss Myrtle B Deakins wore married by Rev Father T S Majo- rHEDRICKRODGERSIn this city on Wednesday iIFJ B Hedrick and Miss Rosie J Rod gers both of this county were married by Rev Dr or B Adams of the First Baptist Church- McELLIGOTTSCOTTIn Lou isvillo on Tuesday Mr Dan McElligott and Miss Lena Scott were married at St Patricks Church by Vicar General r P Cronin Mr McElligott is an industrious and popular tailor of this city His bride hn been a valued employe of this ottice for tho last nine y ars She is a tine young lady tin industrious and pains taking pfriitor They will go to houskeeping at 011Cr rATTORNEY RULED FOR CON TEMPT After the lllitinl of the ver diet of the irrv in the Truiubo damage suit u iist r A laiiifs te Co Col Jfts Scott attor ney for the plaintiff hpr tnt v TV much incensed and dtin urnoil the action of thE jury in inr ins ured terms and asserted ihut se had proof that they had be u fixed beforehand This oc curred in connection with a talk to Mr Qeo L Hannen and Mr Elmer Burdin two of the jurors Pretty plain language was used iu both sides Mr Hanuen resent ing the insinuations of the attor key It seems also that ut motion jour on Thursday Col Scott vhen asked by Judge Stout if he had any motions to make stated that he did not wish to try Anymore cases before the juries of this term as ho did not think theywould do him justice Judge Stout adinoni h d him that he must not reflect upon the actions of the court Whon the judga was informed of the action of Col Scott later he at once issued a rule of con tempt and set the case for 2 in Thursday At that timeon motion of Col Scotts attorney the hearing was postponed until this morning when it will be called for action 4 FASTEST GELDING EVER RAISED IN COUNTY Wins Race at Columbus in Rec ord BreakingTime On Saturday last W J Lewis a gelding bred and raised by Messrs W J W HJewiE at their Bolair Stock Farm at Wood lake the property of of won a trotting race at Olmnubs Ohio in the record br uimg time of 204 in throe straight hearts in the 210 class The horse was by NorvftI dam Dunlora by King Rene and is a beautiful blood blSYIMessrs Lewis say that this horse is the fastest gelding ever raised in this county and the Above race shows that their claim is fully gentlemen have bred arid raised quite a number of gIItl onesISjrap purified the blood Cerate Ueols skin eruptions CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- SlauatUftl of fl r r ZI i BEATHS DOOLANIn Waco Texas on Friday September 21 to Rev Dr L W Doolan and wife neo Bess Hodges a son Leoium W Jr- MASTINOn Sunday night li t the Kings Daughters Hospital Miss Fannie G Mastin daughte of Mr W Henry Mastin and wife aged 35 years Miss Mastin had been in poor health for several years and an operation was resorted to as the last hope of saving her life But the shock was too great for her enfeebledcondition She was n devout Christian and an amiabl- and lovable lady She loaves a devoted mother and father three sisters and three brothers to mourn her death The remains were taken to Versailles on Tuesday and the funeral and burial were in that city s clIN MEMORIAM Died nt her home near Hatton on September 10 1900 aged 57 years Mrs Mollie Moore wife of Mr Geo W Moore Mrs Moose had been in bad health for over a oxileif to her suffering She was a true and consistent Christian lady a devoted member of North lhroughilurl to utter n word of com pliant M Moore was a tender an- dailitt mother a devoted wifl gnod neighbor and had n good rdand smile for everyone t wnt highly esteemed by 18Ifour children two daughters Mrs James Hulett and Mrs Jep tha Hulett two sonsh B and Arch Moore three stop children and one adopted daughter she has raised from a child byRevmains were laid to rest in the North Benson Church yard A FRIEND ow NOTICE 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 workwith accuracy and dispatch Prices as low as the lowest Give us your work e m LETTER LIST The following is the list of advertised letters fur the week ending Sept 29 Bryant Sam Brisco W G Chiles Isaac X Duncan J C During Mrs Mary Davis Harry A Gields Battle Fox J AJrG- albreth Miss Rebecca Hardin Dr- Hardwlcl Anderson Howard Mary Jackson Andrew Jonas Mrs C Johnson Tom Knight Miss Nannie- Kenuey M 1 Lewis Sim Lowe Duncan Lowry Lizzie Lee Marshall Robert Owens Milan Janie Parker ties Myrtle PriCe Jultt rlPrichaMPUrblnson Butler Jucl er Mrs Settle Fantgool tIN R T Martin Tobbaco COIRedman Smith Pmth SamuelISullivan POcurns Scyniore Stone Cnthhnrt Thureford S G Tracy J Fiirn C F pphornton F A Vau ln C H Walton E C Williamson Mary Wilson Elvin Webb James- Washiiifiton Geo Younger Susie When calling for the above Utters please say BARNES P M i it Nfr tr j I ffJ tl1 t RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHUKCH Rev A B Chinn rector having re turned from a three months stay In Call fornia will conduct services as follows I 80a in Sundayschool a ni Prayer mid Sermon 780 p in Evening Prayer rind Sermon pmEverybody BAPTIsT CHUKCHHev M B Adams D D the pastor will preach at a in and 780 p m chapelBaraoa by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 700 p m chapelPrayermeeting on Wednesday night at 780 ochick in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN GHURCHRov C R Hudson pastor will preach at a in and 745 p in Sunday school nt l80 a m In the chapel atePrayermeeting Wednesday evening nt T chapelThe ty moots Tuesday afternoon at a oclock Everybody Invited- CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thonm ti Major rector Low Mass at 730 a in High Mass at 10 a in Sundayschool at 2 p in Vespers at 730 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Edwin Kagin of Louisville Ky will prenuh at a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 080 a m Yonnjr Peoples Society of Christian Eudenvor at 580 in ntliMETHODIST CHURCHRev J0-A Taught thH pastor will preach at n rut and 730 p m Suudnyschool at J45 a m J5p worth League at 645 p m Prayer nttlttrlS on Wednesday evening nt 745 p Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTRKIAN mICHURCH Kev Win Crowe the pastor mI780 oclockIBELLEPOIXT CHAPEL Sunday eohool every Sunday afternoon BK TDGKPORT 1HESBY T E R I A CHC1tCHRev Win Crowe will preach at p e4 IihrnimatisTi is nut incurable ShorpjRha fully iced drive it out of the sys tern Its the blood thats at fault Poisonous crystals like sand get into the joints and muscles Dr Shoops traumatic Remedy prevents this It drives Rheumn tism from the blood and 1aRheumatism dies Vo room and yell it Sold by ill druggists ntu tIATTENDED THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH CONVENTION A special train over the L it N R R Co passed through this city at SlO on Thursday morning filled with students from the Bible College of Kentucky University at Lexington en route to th Christian Church Convention then in session in LouisilleI ALARM OF FIRE SATURDAY NIGHT About 11 15 on Saturday night nn alarm called the fire boys to tho warehouse of Congleton Bros on Wilkinson street where a small blaze had started The building was full of tobacco Owing to the heavy rain which was falling at the time und tie quickwork of the boys it was quickly extinguished iI vDAae REGISTRATION DAY Tuea y vrxt OctoUr 2 will be the regular registration day Thole who will to vote at th- enet November election slvuld einemUir this and not unripe to see that their luvmos are enrolled irI at their appropriates pulling place The hours for 1egisteringrale from Hn in to 9 p in Be bur to secure and take care of your certificate IDr8jrop for r iut Time Kind You Have Always Bought mid which has been in use for over 30 years linf borne the signature ofMinfancy Counterfeits Imitations an l Justnsgood are Experiments tlmt trilio with sad endanger tho health of Infants mud Children against Experiment i l What is CASTORIACns- toria is a harmless substitute Castor Oil Pare gone Drops mIll Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea anti Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates therStomach Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTGRIA ALWAYS 2nears the Signature of The KM You Bai Always Bought j 5n Use For Over SO Years neiv on 1 t dId1 1 Btis gz w unrrou nrcv r na eaocr + rsnuow AMERICAN BEAUTY ARCHITECTURAL With the rebuilding should a reform of the pavingof the Pacific city for never was a great modern town so vexed with cobbles says the London Chron leis Thero were no slums in the sense of the word too familiar to us but the smart streets hadIt dreadful surfaces of discontinuous stones set up to harass the way farers toot The Chinese in their thicksoled slippors the best of it It is hy the way matter of courtesy to the mmn ory of the recently deceased that Snn Francisco has been a thou sand times called beautiful It wits by no means bountiful Nor is there any city of that late and StateIbeauty The best looking towns in America aro colonial parts of Boston and parts of Philadelphia wear their red green and white dignityeDr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases PBESSJTI DUTTON ITbYoIl1airny prru the nIustile tetal e1and the Writeathnlnstantit Ioatha tiro paper FihNo EaglLetp J5n karat ttfinest viUtanucd rubber aia fully guarante- edEBIoFlMhCo25 250Eftgloliirsreiiio with gold Iaandra400 and Other YOUR DEALER If be EaglePLASH tend the retail direct to Each pen guar Pencil Co Manufactures 377 Broadway New York r fMfr and Las bccu iimao under Ins per sonal supervision sinco its Allow 110 one to deceive you in this All but Experience for other and CUITAU 1 come had New Fast Train fk II I w fV I Colori1Ldog UTAH AND TilE i7I PACIFIC COAST 1l effect Sunday May I train leave St Louis 000 a ii daily The ovenlnKtraintt to nnnio points Into in dally Doubt dully service i Through sleeping car service for a cisoo Excursion tickets noiv on r For further information will on or uFrlnIfT G MATTHEWS fJflea Past d Ticket Agt iit LoW Mo ONLY RAILROAD SOUT I EQUIPPED WITHl AU1OMATICII I LOCK SEG NALSf 1Nn SOUTHERN RAILWAY rpta rPOM- CII1CIIII AT liTO All I9POBTIHT CITIES 3 JthsSoutheast and Scuth iSt o SALEI f OFjand RAte Addreu H KISO P 8 T AIE Main St Lexington Ky W QARRETT General Manager W RINEARSON P ClatlaasU O q ri ATTENTION BUILDERS 17f = i NOW IS BARN BUILDING TIME a Dont Your Roof Crimp Roofing lOne Floroicl Roofing Three Roofing Slaters Building Paper Cement c ce 3M Maill St P C SOWER CO 307309 St JIn OFFICERS OF ELECTION The County Bonrd of Election Commissioners have appointed the following officers to conduct the November election Voglers William Crouso D judge W L Jett D clerk William Culter Hsheriff C C Purr R judge rJohn Bridge S Harrod D judge Ben Marshall D sheriff W H Von Winkle R clerk Walter Browner R A D Brown D judge L S Graham Dclerk R K McClure R judge James Sower R sheriff Markethouse Jerry Brislau D judge W S Dehoney Dclerk J M Perkins R True R sheriff Gaines Stable- N A Sullivan Dclerk Cy Penn D judge John Kirtley R sheriff W F Petty R judge Keaneys Mill Francis Guthrie D judge W F S Brawner D sheriff John Marshall R judge Joe Sale R clerkPurrington Scott Brown D judge Rod Hawkins D clerk Zack Reid R judge George Green R sheriff Utterbacks Shop Martin Noland D judge W H Parrent D clerk R G Tharp R judge Hugh Holder R sheriff Benson Benton Moore Dclerk John Phillips D judge W C Bryant R sheriff Wash Sud duth R judge Harvielaud Bob Mitchell D judge Levi Harrod D clerk Linden Black R judge Joe North R I sheriffGlores School House George Moore D judge Mil FloydIjudge Bob Lewis R sheriff Bald Knob j L L Snow D judge S 11 I Cam Dclerk S L Sanders R judge S C Chism R sheriff Flat Creek judgotrnrveyCharles Browner R judge J E Johnson R clerk Baileys Mill William Luckett D judge W E Thompson Dclerk idiiIr Neglect BUY ONLY BEST- IBUT We carry a Full Line of V Steel and Two Ply Ply Felt Felt and Lime Salt 8 Main judge- Courthouse Rjudge THE Sam North R judge W L Reeves R sheriff Crutchers Schoolhouse Cass Shaw D judge Lee Owens Dclerk Joe Swigert R judge W B Jones R sheriff Bloomington Alex Kring D clerk Grant Smithers D judge Joe Hunter R sheriff Dave Church R judge Swallowfield- A D Calvert D judge R L Wiley D clerk H C Har rod R judge L Harrod R sheriff Elmville Milt Wiggington D judge Polk Lawrence D sheriff J C Parker R judge F D Fitzgerald Rclerk Peaks Mill Huston Long D judge James Bailey D sheriff Geo W Parker R judge W M Rambo R clerkSwitzer Leo Junes D judge Jack South D clerk W B Newton R judge James Costigan R sheriff Forks of Elkhorn Jake Harper D judge John Suter D sheriff Tom Jordan R judge Melvin Helm R clerk Thorn Hill Crawford Lee D judge JIT Hockensmith D sheriff C Pifer R judge Keene TreI mere R clerk Early Risers TM famous Uttto pIITHE LIVER tBXXO ms eating has rained a man ti stomach digestiondestroying process is gradual often unnoticed at first But it only a short time until the liver balks the digestive organs give way and almost countless ills assail the man who endeavors to economize time at the ex pense of his health qA torpid liver causes a quarantine of the entire system It the d germs and body poisons and affordsthem fun play inviting some serious illness QIn families where August used a sluggish liver constipation are un known so are all stomach ailments sa well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn and blader affections No weUregulated family Ihould be without standard remedy e qTwo sizes see and 7sc AU druggist For sale by J W Qnylo try PROGRAM OF EXERCISES County S S Institute to he Held at Y M C A Next Mori day and Thursday First Da Forenoon Session 930DevotionalRev M B Adams D 1000The Elementary Grades Robert 11 Hopkins 1040 The Home Department and tho Cradle Roll Rev T C Gehauer1120Conference House to House Visitation Rev T C Gebaur 1200Noon Intermission Afternoon Session 2 15Song and Prayer Service MeetingRobert 810Teacher Training Rev T C Gebnue- r850Round Table Sunday school Supervision Robert M Hopkins 4 80 Adjournment ti780DevotionalC R Hudso- n500Preparing the Lesson Rev T C Gi haue- r580Jesus the Great Teacher Robert j1 Hopkins 900Offering 915 Announcements 980 Adjournment Second DayForenoon Sessio- n980DevotionalRev J 0 A Vaught DeputmentRey 1040 Grading the Sunday schoolE A Fo- x1120The Teachers Prepara tionW J Vaughan OONoon Intermission Afternoon Sessio- n215Song and Prayer Service 280Building up a Sunday schoolRev J T Watts 810 The Intermediate Grades E A Fox 850 Round Table The Teach erY J Vaughan 480AdjournmentExplanation Evening Sessio- n30DeotionDl Rev Win Crowo745A Sample of Fine Teach ingE A Fox 815 The Organized Sunday VaughanS45Offering EvnngelismRev 9 80 Adjournment aCONVICTED Geo Thomson the young man who shot Robert Semones some months ago wits convicted in the circuit court on Thursday son tenced to hard labor in the jail for six months and lined foO Piles positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Its mule for piles alone and it does tho work to perfection Itching pilesdisnpponr all dealers Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DigMta what you eat It frj hJ t tlittleattacks df Indigestion you have no doubt beatsheartburnIndigestion causes tho stomach to expand swell and puff up against the interferestime the heart becomes dise- asedKodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat takes the strain ofl of the heart and contributes nourishment ticbodyStomach Inflammation of the mucouf Digestive the Stomach maklnamy ImmtttMRS LORING NICHOLS Peon Van N Y I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I EyspepeteforD KAUBLB Nmdi Digests What You 01 u ae3 u the tll er oat flu rer4 t the Lh oatorr ofLODRNS CoCh1e IIIA 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 Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Manitou PIKES PEAK Grand Ricer Canon Royal Gorge Gleinrood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black tanun nail six and one half davs in WONDEKFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK COST OF TRIP Expense of nti ordinary trip of this nature has been folly considered and minimized so us to be within easy reach of all Special Sleepers will leave Louisville Night of July 25th For fall particulars write J H GALLAGHER 1907 Barret Avenue Louisville i jt 4 1 i N IIV SPECIAL REDUCED JJTBS- HENBIEBON f ROUTE TI SpringsPueblo Los Angeles and San Dieg- oHOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES Season 1906 Colonist Rates to California Points AND f Great Northwest Dates Sale September 15 to October 31 1906IAsk Us For Full Information J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent IJiLGeneral rLOUISVILLE 1FrankfortThe Midland Route Local Time TableiIn Effect June 5th 1905 P No84 Nod2lDAILY EXCEPT IAMjIPM Lv D Frankfort 001II Summit ArIICElkhorn 06 Switzer 6 4819bj Johnson 6 712 Georgetown 6 1 C S Depot I tr 259 N ewtovn 11000 6 Centenille 1SConnects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q kC iiClItratConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L I BETWEEN TVitTikJ P MIA A MJPM 1 l1dBETWEEN FRANKFORT VIA PARIS A d P ClNOINNAlII1200Lv Frankfort Georgetown Lv Paris 610 Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKY CENTRAL R POINTS Id rwPitlUA1L brllnkforttlll 5A 542P 025P Winchester II 09A 245P t JItiysville Li A 115P ACsuthiana 502P 20P 54P A Richmond 20A 55P P 80AIA Cincinnati LIj MP GEO B HARPER C W HAYtPres nmlGenl SuPt G A Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in effect July tHOU subtfeet to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West and Southwest 905 A and 014 IN M Daily For Washington Baltimore Pililadelyphia Now York Richmond Old 1oiut and Norfolk 1018 A M ami 741111 Daily 13 lyrr FOR TRAVELERS And those who find it not convenient to use Father Williams Indian Ten will receive tho satire excellent results from using Father Wil linnis Indian Herb Tablets The are made from the same pure Herbs and are a mild laxative but not a racking cathartic For Consitpation Sick Headache- f Indigestion Dyspepsia Sick Stom ach Bllliousness and Malaria they will be found invaluable They are Regulatorknowndoses 85 cents For sale bv Frank fort Drug Co 3 WHATS IN McCLURES V McClures for October is full of keen vigorous articles and de lightful fiction First of ai comes Lincoln Steffens masterly study of the Juvenile Court of Denver with its picturesque stories of bad kids and its Vivid human portraiture of Judge Lindsey the man who has created a new method of dealing with juvenile offenders Burton J Hendrick continues his history of LifeInsurance in The Raid on the Surplus a remarkable story of extravagance waste and graft George K Turner tells how Gal yeston has cut down her city ex penditures cleaned and lighted and controlled disease t and vice under a new form of city government a political experi ment which every citizen of Amer lea ought to study fl P Con nolly in the third chapter of The Story of Montana relates the dramatic story of Whitesidos exposure of Clarks bribery of the Montana Legislaturea narrative ofexciting incident and splendid movementThe in this number covers a wide range of subject and treatment Harvey J OHiggins in Tammanys Itells a r powerful story of an essentially American tragedy Percival Gib bon contributes another of his striking South African tales of adventure and romance James Lincoln in One of the Eighty Thousand writes of the Span ishAmerican War from Spains point of viewliThe Confluence Hopper is one of Mc Olures most successful love stories and Killbohgan and Kill boggan by Herniinie Templetou is a charming comedy full of humor and Irish magic Kipling completes his seriesjof Robin Good fellow tales with The Treasurer and The Law n story of the Ghetto of the Middle AgesIIA Rain Mood by William Aspen wall Bradley and II Saluol by A E Housman are two pieces of tdelicate and singing verse illustrations are an artistic accompaniment of this striking fall number Drawings by How ard Pyle wonderfully in accord with the romantic spirit of the story illustrate Gibbons The SecondClass Passenger mund J Sullivan has made amusI- ing pictures for Herminie Tern pletons Irish tale and Frederic Dorr Steele puts some of the picturesque beauty o Spain into his little vignettes for One of the Eighty Thousand Andre Cas taigne W Glackens and Thomas Fogarty complete this notable list OUTSIDE AND INSIDE i 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 a WANTED A woman attendant at The Stewart Home Telephone or call 2tf MAN WANTED I Some where near Frankfort to assist us in showing and selling c properties No experience necessary if willing to let us teach you t the real estate business Salary t 60 a month to honest man will ing to devote part of his time to this business COOPERATIVE LAND CO Andrus Building Minneapolis Minn 24t J 1100j lli 9 J f1 tjf i Jl QUEEN QUALITY STYLES FOR FALL 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 Kid are especially attractive R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY HISTORICAL SOCIETY The annual business meeting of the executive Committee of the Kentucky State Historical Society will be held in the Historical rooms October 3rd Wednesday afternoon at 830 oclock The attendance of each member of the committee is earnestly requested and also other members of the Society An event of unusual in terest is the donation by the Frankfort City Council of the great Centennial Register of 1886 to the Kentucky State Historical Society At this meeting it will be presented with interesting cere monies that will mark appro priately the gift of this priceless historical book MRS JENNIE C MORTON SecretaryTreasurer Kentucky State Historical Society TORTURE BY SAVAGES Speaking of the torture to which some of the savage tribes in the Philippines subject their captives me of the intense suffering I endured for three months from inflammation of the kidneys says W 11 Sherman- of Gushing Me Nothing helped me until I tried Electric Bitters three bottles of which completely cured mo- Cures Liver Complaint Dyspep sia Blood disorders and Malaria md restores the weak and nervous to robust health Guaranteed by all druggists Price 50c- REGISTRATION DAY Tuesday next October 2 will be the regular registration day Those who wish to vote at the next November election should remember this and not neglect to see that their names are enrolled at their appropriate polling place The hours for registering are from 0 a m to 9 p m Be sure to secure and take care of your certificates genaintLaxativethe ranedy that ores a eeM IB 4N ItIitJm t tfJlit1 P X 260 This Handsome Rocker beauti fully finished in Oak or Mahogony would be Cheap at double the price asked BLUE GRASS COMPANY TRACTION INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 0 a m to 7 p m and at 0 p Leave Paris every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and 10 p m Georgetown Division ILoove Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and at 9 and p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 a m to 8 p m and at 10 p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 6 m and at 8 and 10 p m Leave Versailles very hour from 7 a m to 7 p m and at 9 and p m IE T Phone 010 Home Phone 274 R T GUNN Manager Itf RAILROAD TIME TABLE L N Louisville Accommodation leaves 540 a m Louisville Accommodation returns 616 p m Train West 035 a m Train West 860 p m Train East 949 a m Train East 420 p m 0 O Westbound 009 a m Westbound 614 p m Eastbound 1018 a m Eastbound 741 p m F 0 Leaves for Paris 620 a m Returns 1825 a m Leaves for Paris 300 p m Returns 720 p m JW WATSON Ticket Agent iif1t cl mr TWO SPECIALS R ROGERS SONS 21 This Elegant Quartered Oak Rocker offer for few days at above price To see to buy LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY f K SUMMER TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE SEPT 1906 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND 1AM DailyI PMIi S3QO a 9 1Bon IMb M = No8 Daily s Ir785 0 Lexington0812 Winchester 520 825 L iE Junction 508 960 OOao Clay City 484 Stanton 425 Junction 750 867 941 Natural Bridge 855 958 457 Torrent i 842 1014 518 BeattyvilleJunction 829 0E Junction 640I1115I Jackson 225 LV E Junction Trains Ry Noa alt Sterling and 8 will make connections with tho O06 and connect with the Mountain Cen Campton Junction alRyfor Pine Ridge and Campton Junction MgZi8 and connect L A By o IZ Junction Traina 8 and4 connect with the O K By local stations on O Ry w MCDOWELL CHARLES SCOTT General Manager OPA OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY III 84 DallyEx Ex we it is l 275 810 910 82 859 825 908 410 815 986 440 445 745 780 707 545 263 605 280 810 12 for the for for the L NO No it Stations INoas INo1 IA Beattyville No DalllEx ML r A M Lye P M LyeIA M AfjiPMAr 0 980 286 Jackson 880 1120 0 925 280 O E Junction 886 1136 848 168 Wilhurst 417 1163 10 880 152 Hampton 48 1168 in lW 128 Lee 610 1222 19 10I 741 122 Hetechawa 618 1228 716 106 Cannel City 646 1246 Nos and will make close connection at O K Junction with Noe 8 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent k i