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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y ITT1THE FRANKFORT ROUND AI30 GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEIDrs 100 In Advance J VOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCTOBER Wtj NO5 j STATE DEVELOPMENT CON VENTION The program for the Fifth Stnto Dovelopment Convention to bo held at Winchester October 10 11 12 is about completed hut is held from the printer to await a re sponse from threo or four nun who havo been asked to deliver addresses At present it is as fol lows subject however to addi iltions and changes Wednesday Afternoon October 10 2 oclockkiCOllvention r Hon W J Stone Chairman Address of Welcome Hon WI M Beckner Winchester Response Hon J4 Sullivan RichmondHon Lindsay of New York introduced as chairman of the Convention Appointment of committees Address Time Live Stock Industry in Kentucky Prof J J Hooper State College Lexington Address State Immigration r Hon D W Coons Paducah Vice President So States Immigration Com noIEvening Session 780 oclock Address Kentucky Oil Fields Captain J A Geary Lexington Address Kentucky Industries and Outside Capital Gov Ben ton McMillin Nashville Thursday October 11 880 oclock Excursion train leaves Winchester over h E for Boattyville to visit coal mines and lumbe- mills guests of Beattyvillo AtBeattyvilleAddress of Wel come Hon J M Den tty I 5VicAddress Coal Resources o Western Kentucky Hon J B rarlingtonVleaving Beattyvillo to re turn about 8 oclock p m Evening Session 800 oclock Appointment of Committees Address Coal Resources of Eastern Kentucky Hon Albert Phenis Manufacturers Record Address Educational Needs and Possibilities in Kentucky Dr R N Roark Pros Normal School Richmond Address Equitable Tax Re form Hon Chas Carroll Louis vine Friday October 12 Morning Ses sion 9 oclock Address Forestry Resources and Public Welfare Dr Philip P Wells Forestry Bureau Wash ingtonAddress Asphalt Col M H Crum Bowling Green Address Agricultural Dovelj t opmont in Kentucky Prof C AgricultumlrDpt State Col Afternoon Session 2 oclock Address Manufacturing Possi bilities in Kentucky Mon N F Thompson Editor Tradesman Chattanooga EducuItion itf CollegeIit y and a Suggestion Dr Geoj H Ashley U S Geological r vey Washington t Evening Session 780 0 i Report of Committees clockI Address Taxation l Method Hon Lawson Purdy S eeYTax Reform League etc Now York City Roll Call of Counties Miscel laneous Business Adjournment Sessions to be held in Winches ter Opera House VASTEDI Prompt Action is Pleasing Many Frankfort Citizens IGet down to the cause of t ery thing Bad backs are caused by sick Cure thokidneys you cure backache Downs Kidney Pills are for kid nets only No time wasted trying to cure endorse their trnbloRI oll market man residing at 840 Blanton St says grontyIKidney Pills come time ago ho hault1 had spell of rheumatism the attack being so severe that ho was hardly able to stove about From that time on his kidneys seemed to he hncllv affected for hoI atucrossIkidneys especially if ho stooped or lifted anything A weakness of the kidney secretions was very annoying at night us it his rest One disturhedI Downs Kidney Pills advertised in our papers trod a hex was cured ntf W Gaylos drug stHe1 1e1qUestalmost immediate relief In nI unrthe kidney secretions had been corrected and he felt as well as he own did For sale by all dealers Price 0 cents FosterMilburn Co agentsfRemember the name Doans and take no BARACCA othorI OFFICERSIAt the Baracca Class of tho First Baptist Cllurch hold on Monday night the following officers were elected for rite ensuing yenrIPresidentR E Gaines Vice residentGee T Davis Secretary II M Pa rrent- 1reu5urerIIirusm Williams Reporter Dr N M Garrett This class is in a very flourish ng condition IS THE MOON INHABITED Science has proven that the moon has an atmosphere makes life in some form pussibl- on that satellite but not forI human boings who have a hard enough timo on this earth of ours hnokthatacho Biliousness Malaria Chills and Fever Jaundice Dyspepsiaj Diziness Torpid Liver Kidney complaints General Dobilitynnpl- fomnlo weaknesses as a general Tonic and AtfjiitfeT for weak persons null especially ifor tho aged It inducosjKsouim sleep Fully guarantepd9lW till druggists Price only 50cITHANKS IDr W Leo Crutchor has placed us obligations for a situ lot of apples They tree both lino tonIr apples on our streets almost every lay CIRCULAR LETTER IS SENT BY SUPERINTENDENTS 10 TEACHERS OF TRICOUNTYJ INSTITUTE tenchjersinterest to time session of thoTrii County Institute which convenes in Versailles October 15 The school superintendents of Frank lin Scott and Wood ford they three counties which participate in the institute have issued the tenchers1Toand Woodford CountiesIThe TriCounty tute will convfcne house Versailles Ky 10n in October 15 1000 Prof T C Cherry wilt assist in conducting the meeting The object of the Institute as outlined in the school law is for the mutual improve ment of the teachers and the ad vancement of our educational interests This is accomplished in the Institute by a thorough dis teachiCers and an exchange of ideas on all suhjects pertaining to educa tin While the law requires all persons holding teaches certifi cafes to attend the full session of the Institute we are glad to note the teachers of Franklin Scott and Woodford counties are ever ready to discharge their full meas uro duty from a sense of the high moral and intellectual obligation resting upon them All friends of education are invited to attend this sleeting Come prepareed to take part in all its exercises and it will bo an intellectual feast of mutual benefit to all Respectfully E H JONES Supt Franklin County E R LANCASTER Supt Scott County M B HIFlf EHtSupt Woodford County Section 1101111o must a- ttendEvery teacher oft1 common school including teachers of the graded common schools in cities of tho fifth and sixth classes who hold a State diploma State certificate or county certificate or who contemplate applying for certificate of qualification to teach in time common schools shall attend the full session of the insti tuto in his homo county unless ho is teaching in another county in which the instituto is yet to ho holdor has attended the institute conoa county other than his homo coun ty whoso institute is yet to ho hold he must attend tho full session of tho latter lime county superintendent shall revoke the certificate oruny teacher who shall fail or neglect to attend the full session of the institute unless tho superintendent shall bo fully satisfied that such fail ure has been caused by actual sickness or other disnbilityI Arrangements for reduced board it ill bo made for till visiting teachers CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 8ignaturo of 41 our Many women who this city as well as in best styles and best values buy being have the car rigid by the most and offer the best values DEPARTMENTPOWERS at When seen the is and let you as we lSr Oa HEAVY LOSS OF LOGS Messrs T J Congloton Bru were so unfortunate as to lose about 5OiU worth of logs by the freshet in Benson creek on Satur day night when the water rushed out two feet higher than the sur face of till river sweeping the log downtthe river over the dam 1Wn are glad to say that some of these logs wore caught and landed below town but of course at con siderable cost to this enterprising them wrxICan YOU aiIm You real i that to win in anything the e days rej quires strength with mind and body in tune A man or woman orgnlJsior it days play Mow can they expert ttl tv111P Kodol For Dys pepsia contains the digestive Juices ofa healthy stomach and will put your stomach in shape to porform its important function of supplying the body and brain lamildingbloodSold HOSTETTKR SALE The sale of line hogs potatoes etc by Mr John P Hostott on Friday last was well attended anti very successful from a pecu niary point of view with the ex hogsIwent at or dinary stook Wo regret to see that our farmers ate not up to thp point that they appreciate th value of high class stock in this lineMr Hostetter was very well sat isfied with tho sale and says that if ho lives ho will havo another sale next fall TrlRtmcntieruf tlo Suit Buying Has Begun in Real Earnest Things have been lively alithe week in BIG SUIT Thoroughly varieties Extremely 1500 2000 Come KA In the Scott Circuit Court on Monday tho case of Caleb Powers charged with conspiracy to murder Win Goebol was culled on motion of the Commonwealth was conitnued until the February term forIwithhold for a time It wits stated that Fames Hargis was indicted for murder in two cases and was allowed bail and there was nu reason why a difference should be made 00 IF YOU TtY Father Williams Indian Horb 1I0rilOlllidlJNeuralgiaDyspepsia lixintss and iiul Breath wo will refund the mousy They work day and night and tooling1i1 CoPubletsa THE SUNDAYSCHOOL INSTI TUTE The first of tho series of Sun day lhoo Institutes was hold in the rooms of the Y M C A on Monday and Tuesday A number exceptionally good addresses woro duliyeredtOwing to the miserable weather tho attendance was not what it- should have been It is hoped however that much goodwill result from the mooting eequickly and positively dcOintlllontalone and it dues the work surely and with satisfaction Itching pilesdisuPPPHrLargo Nickel Cupped glass jars 50 cents Sold and recommended aby all dealers IIlIIr = Make Your Dollars CountThat is what everywoman wants to Accomplish whon she goes shopping t G and ve take good care of our customers in this respect j JIItl tiWA 7i III I fri IHls in Louisville Mr H K Ward of Versailles was in the city Monday Prof E R Tones made a business trip to Louisville Tuesdny Mrs Inc P Hostettor is visiting her son in Fayette county Len Blythe of Graefenburg- was in the city on Monday Mr A M Duvall of Stamping Ground was here Monday Mr French Hoge has returned from a business trip East Mr Colon M Jones left Monday Tor French Lick Springs Ind Mrs Geo W Robb has gone to Louisville to spend the winter Miss Bertha Umethun has re turned from a visit to Lexington Mrs Jos Rupert returned Saturday night from a visit to Canada Mr Dan McElligott and wife ivisited friends in Lexington Sunday Capt Jas T Williams of Spring Station was in the city on Monday Rev Dr M B Adams made a busi ness trip to Louisville on Thursday Mrs Saml C Sayres of Rich mond was the guest of relatives here Mr Pryor Berry of Warsaw who has been the guest of Col Ed E Abbott left for home on Monday night Miss Nan Hamond has returned from a visit to relatives at Smithfield Mrs W P Williams of Irvine is the guest of her mother Mrs S C hull Mrs J L Simcox and son Jack of Dayton Ohio are guests of relatives here Mr Ed M Finnell and bride re turned Thursday from their wedding tour Mr Chas M Harris of Versailles was in the city Monday on legal busi ness Mr A Fox Respass left Wednes day for a trip through Southern Kentucky Miss Lula Gibson attended the U D C Convention at Pewee Valley this week Mr Alex W Macklln attended the Confederate reunion at Pewee Valley Friday Miss Mary Hendrick Swigert has gono to Fort Thomas Va to spend the winter Mr J Buford Hendrick and wife attended the Horse Show In Louisville this week Mr Arthur Whitfleld left Tuesday 1or a visit to his old home at darks vine TennBias Robb left Monday for Louisville to visit her sister Mrs W C Garland Mrs Win Crowe and children re turned Friday from a stay at Cape inlay X J Mrs D Owen Robinson was called to Lexington on Monday by the death of an aunt IIllA W Macklin attended the other wedding in Louisville Wednesday Mr Adolph Davis left Monday for Louisville to attend the Law School in that city r Mrs J R Newton and daughter and Miss Eliza Newton have gone to Chicago Ills Mrs G F Bagby Sr attended the BagbySt other wedding in Louisville on Wednesday Dr J W lUll attended the FarmerRowland wedding in Danville on Wednesday Mr John B Lindsey Jr who has been the guest of his parents here has gone home Col r Iliter Crockett returned ttfitl tryJ t i rtlW Thursday from the Grand Lodge K of P at Louisville Col Jas A Scott and wife visited his cousin Dr L M Scott at Jellico Tenn this week Miss Eloise Booe left Thursday morning for Cincinnati to enter the College of Music Mr A K Marshall and wife were guests of their daughter Mrs II B Adams this week Mrs A A Bailey of Bagdad who has been the guest of relatives here has returned home Mr T B Lewis of this office spent and with his family in Rev the Farmer vine on Wednesday Mrs R B Franklin was the guest of her sister Mrs T B Woodriff in Lexington this week Mr Curtis Talbott of Paris spent Sunday in this city the guest of Mr George A Lewis Mrs Kimbrough of Cynthiana was the guest of Mrs Jno Jameson this week Miss Hannah Innes of Mexico has been the guest of her mother Mrs H B Innes this week Dr Bernard Ebner has gone to New York City to purchase an outfit for his new drug store MY Lafe Crutcher and wife at tended the Farmer Roland wedding in Danville on Wednesday Maj J C Tillett and wife of Fort Thomas are guests of her mother Mrs B F Meek South Side Mrs L T West and Son Mr Jas B West left Saturday for Irvine to visit Mrs R M Bergman Hon Jno K Hendrick of Padu cab was in the city on Monday in at tendance upon the courts Mr M L Phillips returned Mon day from a visit of several days to relatives In Rockcastle county Rev A Paul Bagby and bride who were married Wednesday in Louis ville came home Thursday Mrs C D Pattie of Richmond is the guest of her aunts Misses Lucy and Lou Pattie South Side Miss Pattie Thomas came up from Louisville to spend Sunday with her mother Mrs Mollie Thomas Miss Margaret Quinn of Lexington spent Sunday here the guest of her sister Mrs W G Goodwin Mrs Tao F Davis anti daughter Miss Mary visited friends at their old home in Shelbyville this week Elder Colby B Ragland of Win chester was the guest of Mr Roland- D Evans at Benson on Sunday Mr Jas M Wakcfield left Monday on a business trip to Beatty ville and other points in Eastern Kentucky Mrs Geo F Brock Sr and son Mr Geo F Brock Jr left Thursday for a weeks visit in Louisville Misses Rebecca Averlll and Maria Lindsey were guests of Mrs Atwood Martin at Pewee Valley this week Mr A Dudley Aldridge wife and two children are guests of his sister Mr Frank V Gray Conway street Mrs D Swigert Combs and son of Lexington who have been guests of friends here have returned home Mrs G W Long of Letchfield who has been the guest of her sister Mrs L B Longmoor has gone home Capt G W Wilder wife and son Will of Purls who have been guests of relatives here have returned home Mrs Bottle Roemcle and daughter Miss Lillian of Shelbyville spent last week with relatives at the Forks of Elkhorn Mrs Jno M Lewis Mrs R Addi son Lewis and son of Richmond Va wore guests of Mrs Geo A Lewis on Thursday Mr C Gran Graham whq has been agent of the Adams Express Co i1 1IjfJ N j1j J 1oJMt M SiiL J t Our Wool Dress Goods at 50 60 75c and 100 is making us lots of business We always have the best Ladies Misses and Childrens Hose at 10 15 and 25c See our Forest Mills Underwear for- for Winter wear Every Garment PerfectS- pecial Values in Lace Curtains 100 125 150 and 200 Bed Spreads the Red Crest brand 100 150 and 2 00- UNEQUALED VALUES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT Ljai ti1ayrZYiKjWHI Rt2flji RflSHAli71HRAp ER3ONAL3Ir Mr VersaillesI at Newport has peen transferred to Lexington Mrs J Moncure Hewiss Mrs R Addison Lewis and son Jnmes of Richmond Va are guests of relatives in this county Judge W E Settle and daughter Miss Rachel left Tuesday for Wash ington City where Miss Settle has entered school Miss Mary Minor Cooke of King William C H Va who has been the guest of Miss Nellie Marshall returned home Tuesday Mrs Virgil Moore of Atlanta Ga who has been the guest of her father Mr Jno H Trlplett returned home on Wednesday Mr W S Farmer wife and daughter Miss Alice attended the FarmerRoland wedding at Danville on Wednesday Mrs George Alexander of Green vale Miss who has been the guest of her uncle Mr A W Overton Second street returned home on Monday Mrs Nannie Rodman Duvall of Cleveland Ohio who has been visit ing relatives here returned home Saturday morning Mr A B Jolly the new Adams Express Agent has taken charge of the office Mr Ken Sanford Jr having gone to Newport Mrs Nellie Stedman Cox attended the United Daughters of the Confede racy Convention at Pewee Valley she is the Registrar Misses Nora and Anna Margaret McElligott returned Sunday from an extended visit to their aunt Mrs Treiber in Lexington Misses Fannie and Eva Hayden and Masters John and Lindsay Hayden left Tuesday for Billings Mont where they will reside in future Mr John D Ziegler formoraly of this city has accepted a position as assistant window trimmer with R H Macy Co New York City Mrs Isabel Giltner of Bourbon county Mrs Custis Talbott and laughter of Paris were guests of Mrs Geo A Lewis Saturday and Sunday Mr R Boyd Robertson wife and children who have been guests of Mr J Gray McLean and wife returned to their home at Crescent Hill on Mon day Mr Thos X B Black of Earling ton was in the city yesterday to file the petition for the nomination of Mr Paul M Moore for Congress in the Second District Mr Wade Hampton Negus and wife of Greenville Miss who have been guests of her parents Gen D W Lindsey and wife left Wednesday for New York City Mr Harry G Bright the new physical director of the Y M C A has arrived in the city and taken charge of the work He is said to be fully qualified for the position Mrs Waller H Lewis mid Miss Lena Benton attended the State Con volition of the United Daughters at Pewee Valley as delegates from Jos H Lewis Chapter of this city The Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist Church gave a reception on Tuesday night to Rev L O A Vaught occasioned by his return to the pastorate of that Church for the third rear t JOS H LEWIS CHAPTER U D C II There will be a meeting of JosMk Lewis Chapter U D C at the rest dence of Mrs E L Samuel this Sat lr lay afternoon at oclock A full attendance desiredI OASTOaXA ofCt1J RisersLlThl famous iittl piliJ t r 4tOUR E- 1200 SUIT FALL OPEHNGAT 1U 1 T T H JIJ N ua d L We are now ready with the Best Assortment of Everything that is Novel we ever hud embracing Dress Goods Suitings Silks Waistings Cloaks Suits and Skirts OUR SKIRTS nt 250 800 850 450 and 500 are especially good values and wo 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 RUGS Hugs any size from 18x24 inches to 9x12 feet roomsizes Wo 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 We bought at an advantage some very good styles in Net Muslin and Lace Curtains MUSLIN RUFFLED CURTAINS50c 750 100 125and 11150 CABLE CORD NETthe kind that dont melt in laundry at 100 125 150 175 200 and 800 a pair You cnn not touch them in any city for these pricesI F J HEENEYTHE LINEN HOUSE OP FRANKFORT TO PLEASE YOUR WIFE TRY PRIDE OF MADISON FLOURTHE BEST ON EARTH Ask your grocer S We carry a full line of Feeds of all kindsHay Straw Corn Oats Seeds Salt and Stock Foods Phone us your order HIS SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones 47m BIDDERS AT COST We are rebuilding our Office and Warehouse J and they are in the way l tl Come and get one Hammond Co d t Jri iji ji JUIi J ft2 if i L fJi Z Waim Farmers SUPERB SHOWING Tailored Suits of quality that hnvo every stylo feature Now is the time of choicest selections AllWool Suits 1500 Exclusive ElTnete 1U500 to 4000 Intermediate Suits for young girls 1000 to 20 00 CLOAKS For Women Misses und Children We show the most Individual Styles at 500 to 2500 SKIRTS Grey Blue or Black 500 Misses School Skirts 2 to 500 SILK PETTICOATS The High Art good heavy Silk unequaled at 500 BENSON VALLEY Most of the farmers in the neighborhoodof Benson have their tobacco in the house Elder Colby England of Win chester is visiting Mr tool Mrs R D Evans this week Mr William Henry Hardin of Pewee Valley is visiting his brother Mr Hula Hardin Miss Emma Hamilton and Mr Robert Wade are attending High School at Frankfort Miss Rosa Evans and brother John were the guests of Miss Nettie Hall and brother Howard Saturday night Benson creek was up as high as it has ever been since the flood There was considerable damage done to tobacco and corn Miss Florence Evans the popu lar school teacher of Benson visited her parents Mr and Mrs John Evans Saturday and Sun day Mr R D Evans and wife visited Mr George L Thompson and family above Frankfort re cently SNOWDROP When the tip of a dogs nose is cold and moist that dog is not sick A feverish dry nose moans l sickness with a dog And so with i the human lips Dry cracked and colorless lips metal foveriHh ness and are as well ill appear ing To have beautiful velvet like lips apply at bedtime a coat ing of Dr Shoops Green Salvo It will soften and heal any skin ailment Get a free trial box at our store and be convinced Large nickel capped glass jars 25 cents All dealers lt CHOATEVILLE t A series of gospel meetings are in progress at the Mt Zion Chris i tiara Church conducted by Rev R J Bambor of Versailles Services begin at 7130 p in Bring a friend and an open heart North und South Benson creeks were awful high last Saturday evening Immense damage has been loco to crops and turnpikes Mr Bon Marshall is doing a big business in his store Thanks Our correspondent from Buzzard Roost stated that our friend Mr Victor Bantu was about to drown when Miss Hattie Lewis managed to got him tot Ishoro Miss Lewis will please J accept our thanks for her cour tesy Mr Ernest Moore of Bryant GIRLS town was the guest of Mrs Bain Moore Monday last Mr Gus Dean nod wife returned Monday from a visit to relatives in LouisvilleMr Pierce was the guest of his bost girl in Louisville Sun day last Mr Guina Sudduth has rented his fathers farm and will move in the near future Miss Mary Showalter is the guest of friends in Illinois Mr Ed Barbour of Shelby ville is the guest of his father this week Mr Willie Walters of Frank fort called on Miss Christina Weber Sunday last Miss Goldia Sudduth was the guest of her sister Mrs Church Dennis Sunday Mr Eustico Rogers of Tioga was the guest of his best girl Miss Mattie Moore Sunday last JULIETTE UNITED DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY The Convention of United Daughters of the Confederacy came to an end at Powee Valley on Thursday The following ollicers were elected for the on suing yen- rPwsidollt1rs Roy McKinloy PaducahFirst Vice President Mrs James P Tarvin Covington Second Vice President Mrs Edmund Roberts Bardstown Corresponding Secretary Mrs David S Merrill Paducah Chaplain Miss Cady Foreman GhentVice ChaplainJlrsrauJlotor Bowling Gro- enHlgistlrlrs Nellie Sted man Cox Frankfort Treasurer Mrs Frank Allen Louisville Historian Mrs Swain Murray Recording Secretary Mrs John L Woodbury Louisville Crosses of honor Here conferred upon all thold veterans in the Home sat17 E2P1 C aL ABears Slgll1turo of U n- 11 Kbdtol Dyspepsia CureII Digests what you 0 0 jtfPAlflTWs POLSGROVE Polsgrove is on the boom The merchants are doing active business and the churches are pro gressingPeople in this community are about through cutting tobcaco although the tobacco crop is damaging both on the scaffold and in the barn The leaves are rottening and dropping oil the stalkCorn cutting has been in prog ress for some time During the last rain Flat Creek was higher than it has been for a long while Tile corn crop has been lain aged a great deal in the creek bot toms by the high water Farmers are selling the damaged corn at 72 cents ondfl per barrel Mrs A Greenwell who has been sick for several weeks we are glad to say is improving- Mr Elijah Harrod is on the sick list this week Mr William Hardin and fail ily of Pleasant Ridge visited rela tives here last week Mrs Emma Downey visited her sister Mrs Eva Downey this weekMr Frank Yount and wife of Indianapolis Ltd who have been visiting relatives here have re turned home Mr Leo Greenwell is in Louisville this week purchasing his stockof full goods Mr and Mrs James Gum of Carrollton Ky who have been visiting their son Dr R B Guin has returned home Polsgrovo was well represented in Frankfurt Monday County Court Day Mrs Jennie Smoot visited Mrs Dr It Guin last week Misses Lilian and Pearl Hutch erson called on little Miss Minnie Greonwell Sunday Quarterly meeting will be hold at the M E Church the second Sunday in this mouth MIXPAII e a LEG BROKEN Mr Ed Baker an employe of the Champion Sawmills West Side hut his leg badly crushed and the small bono broken on Wednesday by a log rolling oil ItgIOLD TAYLOR TilE PKEM1EK KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR Ie SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky q ii jbiI rt N i1ji 1r r i f4iJ L si COATS = ta tllr= = tion was rendered and he is doing as well as possible arz SECOND REGIMENT BAND IN DEMAND On Monday the Second Regiment Band of this city wore sent for to furnish the music at the funeral of a prominent Knight of Pythias at Cynthiana On Thurs day they went to Lawrencoburg to furnish the music for the Repub lican Convention of the Eighth DistrictThis band slakes fine music and wo are glad that they are in demand C VICTIM OF REFORMED FOOT BALL A pixteenyearold son of Mr Jos W Hedden State Inspector of Printing was very badly in jured in It game of foot ball at Mt Sterling on Wednesday In making n tackle he was thrown violently to the ground and was rendered inconsuious Concussion of the brain developed and the lad is in a very precarious con ditionAnd this under reformed rules lIr 1adys CcniIUfon owners art just vhtit a horse needs when in bad coiulitirn Tonic blood purifier UJ veviiiifnge They are not food t pUtfl1onmcent per package For sab by J W and LcConiute Iv GayleI Gsi acquainted with SMITHSI gif SMITHS MAGAZINE and 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A JJ4 Fourth Ace Louisville O lUNGKRFORIDistrict PassiMigtr Atrent 4234 Fourth Avr Lmiisvillo J C III1111 A St Louis ojh 50 YEAR- SFpEriiENCC TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS deAnyone ontlltiK n cUctrli mul dcicrlnton quickly ascortUti our cipiMcii free wdutticr an iInvent Ion probably Irn tloiisstrlotlyroiiUilentiiil Iateuto patentIntuntaicclalnotlce without charuu lu tho 4 Scientific jftttcricatt a handsomely Illustrated weekly rnrccM ellculiilioii of any pcletitltlii Journal Terms f a Sear four mouths f Soldbyull nowsiUulem YorkIJranch dJi rne Frankfort Roue aDDut n EMtereil at the postotlice at Frankfort Ken i tucks assecDiulolass mailablv matter u GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT OCT 6 1906 J NEITHER WATER NOR FIRE NOR EARTHQUAKli Ool John W Milani was in re ceipt a few days ego of two Milam fishing reels sent for re pairs that had gone through the fir and earthquake at San Fran isrorrhe reels were blackened by the heated smoke and the softer metal of the click and drag fused by the intensity of the flames hut when the latter were removed and a few drops of oil added time durable and substantial mechan ism of the reel ran with the same percision and smopthness as when first from the shop With new click and drag and time German silver burnished to its original brightness these fire and earth quake tested reels will be returned to their proud owners as ready for eternal service as when orig inally purchased It has already been demonstrated that a twenty oddyear bath in the water and mud of a river hottom can not destroy the Milum reel and now t is added the futile attempt of fire and earthquake to obliterate these I splendid specimens of mechan ical skill that have delighted the W hearts of anglers throughout the t known world 1 ii COUNTY COURT DAY of the largest crowds pres tOno county court in a long time on Monday last Owing to the heavy rains of Saturday bytsee t friends i The condition of the corn and tobacco crops were reported as very much impaired by the almost continuous rains of the last few ItwoeJ Some farmers stating that corn was beginning to sprout at the end of the ears where time f ear had pushed out through the shuckon account of excessive growth and thus letting the water run down 011 the corn itself Those who had been fortunate enough to get their tobacco into the burn in good shape reported that they were already stripping this being unusual so early in the seasonThere was quite a large amount of suck on the market Mules were especially in demand r and brought fin1 price Some ROTHFOne disease of thinness in children is scrofula in adults consumption Both have noon blood both need more tat TJyjso diseases thrive on lean ness Fat is the best moans of overcoming thorn cod liver oil males time best and healthiest antiSCOTTS EMULSIONis form of cod liver oil Heres a natural order of things that shows why Scotts Emulsion is of so much value in all cases of scrofula and consumption Yore fat more weight more nourishment thats why Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4094J5 Pearl Street New York SOc and 100 I a All drugghtt o I Iiiii I JIIMiII J L f l i Dcad1y Grasp of Grip Pros crated vier Dr Miles Nervine Built Up My Shattered Nerves and Gtve Me an Appetite Of the millions of people who today suffer front nervous ur heart weakness n large per deadlyLaGrippea di eel upon the saves putting an extra strain upon them at the time it is at the lowest ebb If LaGrippe has let you with a shattered nervous system with loss appetite lack of energy ins urmia frequent headaches and morbid tendencies ou should strengthen the weakened nerves with Dr Miles Nervine It will undo all that grip has done bring back appetite rest and restore the nerves to their normal activity- I want to write this testimonial for the benefit of those who have suffered from that dreaded di eLaGriplle I suffered eral weeks with it and nothing I tried seemed lo benefit me in any way or form I suffered almost deathand finaly my daughter recommended Dr Miles Nervine to me and I can truthfully say from the firstII felt better than in weeks It pave relief built my shattered nerves and gave me a splendid appetite I cannot speak too highly of it and want to say each and every one who has suffered from LaGrippe will find instant relief getting a bottle Dr Miles Nervine Insist on having it and take no other It is simply splendid Hoping this will benefit some poor sufferer I remain Mss GEORGE B HALL Jackson Tenn All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addreu Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad small young ones bringing as high as 65 to 9OO There was a good supply of cows and calves and some steers which all brought fair prices Horses were scarce and higlu A LUCKY POSTMISTRESS Is Mrs Alexander of Gary Me who has found Dr Kings New Life Pills to be the best remedy she evor tried for keeping the perfeetif you try these painless purifiers that infuse new life Guaranteed by all druggists Price 25c APPOINTED TO POLICE FORCE Mr George McDonald has been appointed to the police force by Mayor Hume to succeed Mr Geo Samples resigned oBUY THE BEST If an article is imitated the original is always best Think itI over and when you go to buy that box of salve to keep around the house get DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Good for eczema tetter boils cuts and bruises and especially recommended for piles Sold by J W Gayle o HEAVY RAINS On Saturday night last one of sensonIdoing groat damage to growing crops turnpikes and railroad tracks Quite a number of serious landslides wore made on turn pikes and a washout of the haul supporting the railroad track in the yards on time West Side mado things very shaky for railroad operations GOOD MAN STRICKEN On Monday last Mr James H Martin who lives in the Benson neighborhood game to this city ltd attend the meeting of the As jsoeiation Board oi the Franklin Baptist Association Aftor tho Board adjourned Mr Martin was mingling in the crowd on time street near Elks Place when he was stricken with paralysis Ho was taken into tho anise of Dr N M Garret t whew ho was given treatment Later he recov ered sufficiently to be taken to his homeMr Martin is one of the best citizens of this county and has been our lifelong friend We trust he may recover on tirely from his trouble Jjil if i j JfJ l iIJ CAPITAL CITY II HASH By JohnnyGetYourGun The frequent rains since April lgtnItionwinter Some cases of typhoid fever are already reported At tention should be given by time authorities and by individuals toI a thorough cleaning upof promises and to the free uso of disinfectants All decaying vegetable or animal wetter mould 10 removed sewers opened up mind lime carbolic acid solution ori copperas sprinkled wherever smells arise Clean up your own premises and then your neighbor is likely to clean his Things are not as they used to was when wo were young Chil dren were not then permitted to roan the streets until S 0 and oven 10 oclock at night indulging in boisterous games learning to sm Ito cigarettes and listening to bad boys curse and swear No no they were kept within the lines of the family premises and of time family circle and influence after the arrival of the hour of candle lighting If you love your children learn them to love you by personal association business hours are over and nightI draws down its curtain Keep them off the street when the hour arrives for the night owls to hoot It will save you many a sigh and heartache in days to come Tho Texas brpncho the Arkan sas guyasticutus and B L D Guffys sappinpaw were sup posed to be the only untamed beasts that knew no law felt no br idle and acknowldged no mas ter but Wingate Thomsons blind tiger demands to be heard as a fourth addition to the pic turesque potential and painted list of unconquered terrors Fearing neither court nor constable neither preacher nor prosecutor it shrinks alone from Undo Sam who has no axe to grind seeks no oflico and administers tho law to friend and foe alike Heres to Thomson Blind Tiger nix cum arous E pluribus unum Erin go brash The little mule is not to be des pised A few days ago a wagon loaded with heavy machinery find drawn by two big grey horses was stalled on the railroad track at tint crossing of High street No persuasion or whipping could budge the team and extricate the wagon Shortly a wagon canine along drawn by two little mules Ono of the mules was unhitched and his single tree attached to the tongue of tho stalled wagon Time driver yelled Walk up Billy and the little mule squatted a moment and then walked up the street drawing the two big horses and the loaded wagon after him Somebody will get killed if tho random firing of guns and pistols along the river bank tumid on Fort Hill isnt stopped by the authori ties Scarcely a day or night but such firing is heard A random Mullet struck limo brick wall near tho window of a citizens residence in the West End the other lily The law against shooting in tho city limits should ho enforced DEVILS ISLAND TORTURE Is no worse than the terrible tunIless than a box permanently cured mo writes L S Napier of Rugles Ky Meals all wounds Burns and Sores like magic 25c at all druggists I P1etisanttoiktKe 1 1 Laxative 1 Syrupit j i NOTES CURE fOR CGNSTIPATW 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 lt are irritating to the iutestiiieslaLYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vega table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nanseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nuot like it better than J any other you have triedIALL DRUGGISTS t I Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheellborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins A Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches i FRANK G STAGGir Hardware Paints Oils Etc t Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quamv The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky IInnd Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRIB COLS 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky iplrtltys EapSy SHsers The famous 4st 6e Pills a WANTED Gentleman or lady with good reference to travel by rail or with a rig for a firm of 250000 capital Salary JjU072 per year and expenses salary paid weokly and expenses advanced Address with stump Jos A Alexander Frankfort Ky 12Om STJtKKT CAU SCHEDULE Cars will Iravu the Cnpitnl Hotel for South Frankfurt tally beginning at 020 a in anil every ten minutes thereafter till 0fl p in After that every twenty minutes till 1030 On tho cemetery lino they lenvo same place at 010 a in and every thirty min utes till 1000 p in Park cars leave Capital Hotel at 140 a in and every thirty minutes till 1010 p in Leestown cars leave Capital Hotel at 050 a in and every thirty minutes till 1020 p m JD SALLEESuptj JOHN EDG- EBEICKMASOir FRHNTiFJRZ KY Will build ChimueyK Cisterns find Milk houses in any part of County Boiler Furnace work null repairs Ihono 02S J3im KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsHe FOR cONSUMPTION I60cSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK c I WATCH Q- i1uu r wrLSfwuiowfe t j plain simple dornateII ICases Gold Gold rrear J SE I For the Roundabout SULTANA STORY OF KENTUCKY Today as Carlos nnd I walked across tho bluegrass pasture to the Elkhorn cliffs near Bolls grove Franklin countyKontuoky lie said e Do you notice the heavy bloom of the locust Nelly Isnt theI perfume sweet It is a good to tell you our family story legend of Sultan and tho blos j soms J I expressed willingness to listen 1nnd looked about us at the grove of locust trees wearing the blos soms of white fragrance as a bride would wear her veil After wo were seated Carlos told mo the story It was in the early settlement of Kentucky that our greatgreat grandparents removed from Vir ginia to this county which was then a part of the old Dominion They brought with thom a num ber of slaves born on the estate find considered a part of the faun ily Prone these black faithful friends descended Uncle Ike and Sarah Grand Pap of Boss t Thomas Phoebe and little missys f nurse Vinythe brightest eyed whitest teeth and blackest skin of nil the pickaninies She it is whose story runneth tlmsto tho fifth generation If Fenwicks race horse owners and on whose farm f tho beautiful Nan turn gave to the world of sport the noblest steed of all Sultan In those lays it was customary to spin yarns and weave flaxen r cloths from which was made the garments for the whitu as well as the black people and litle misss r nurse Viny was given her cho and expected to have so many hunks in readiness for Plucbc who managed tho working estab lishment and told on those who idled or refused to work Tho boss man Thomas was ii Weak Kidneys Disease and Diabetes IUse Dr Shoops Restorative to Cure de In nnd Itchlni skin hair pain ful joints lets feel heavy sleeplessness dullness loss of welebtchilly sensations general debit Ity Irregular j J oro u r t disorders of eyesight troublo with bearing waxy skin feverablf tins from ono foot to tho other In standing ntmpropor trout taentisoftenworse than cono Most Kidney medl cines ee their effect tram jrcmwUes aile- drsre diuretics These pro Icully t kidney physics otlngas jathnrtlcs act on the bowels They excite tho kldvH nets to unusual tion they causo overwr strain These diur etio remedies uro them vselves the frequent cause of serious kidney disease Dont try to doctor the kidneys themselvec for you will only barm them Their only strength is nerve Dr Shoopa Restorative Tablets or Liquid vitalizes the nerves that operate the Kidneys Sold und recommended by ALL DEALERS tly j1 j KEEPING Fl GOOD O1ATCH 1I Is necessary to every man who would succeed in I life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will i obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them to be accurate timekeepers j iM A LBERT Blights FromIi head over tho stock interest which stuck was fine soil raced for money Among these thoroughbreds was Sultan a dark grey raised by hand gentle at times as r child and at others savage littloI wild broncho on tho Moro Viiiy loved the animal she had raised it from tho bottle Taught him all manner of tricksto hays lie down as if dead leapI his feet and run when she Patrol after ye Sultan blue- coats round Young Marse Craig had enlisted in tho war of 1S30and he beingI also tho idol of little miss Viny must have Sultan to ride When the order came for him to go it was in May and the locust in full bloom ho plighted his troth to Jenny the sweetest maid en in tho bluegrass who gave him her heart and her hand with her knitted scarf of blue tucked in tho breast pocket of his coat of gray Little Missy cried on his bosom her mother wept silently old master looked sad while Viny went to give Sultan an AxtmJ love fondling In some way she must have frightened him by her slap on his hip for ho gave one kick and the poor child foil to the earth as if a shot had pierced brain When little Missys herI Viny came to her senses she tuts- on a steamboat going down the Ohio on to tho plantation of parse Toft Davis where old master thought his property could bo secured She was never right minded but Way put in the house to wait on tho table and dress Miss Winnies hair The servants raised cotton and were on tho plantation for two years when old master came after them bringing thom down the Mississippi in a ilatboat and where they saw a mere maid combing hot hair Some ono shot at it when an awful storm arose and but for a passing steamer the entiro party would have boon lost After they reached tho Kentucky shore tho old mastr with the servants concluded to walk through the country until they reached a short line of railroad which would convoy tho party to the hcuso of a friendIOn the homeward wuyold Marso stopped at tho homo ofn sympathizerIIputting the Negroes in a room with himself hoi watched until they slept and then fell asleep Viny wakeful eyed and as faithful as a dog stole carefully to his side and took his money bug hiding it in her b9som thou hearing strange noises in tho loft awoke him and together with tho rest clod into tho night saved from a party of Fed orals who had waited their arrival Whon tho party reached homo it was to find old Miss and little Missy in tears at news of young iI r w Qi Marse Craigs being wounded and Viny foolhardy aj ever proffered to go after him It is recorded that she found him and putting him 011 the hack of Sultan led the cavelier and his steed through the lines of the enemy and home again It was a brave deed which the dusky friend accomplished It won for her a medal and tho devotion of a whole life In the May day of 05 when war was ended young Marse Craig married Jennie Sultan was crowned with locust blos som find tho happiest person in the crowd was Viny who tonight shall tell us how tho bravo horse lost his life X S COX WINTER CARS ON STREET RAILWAY The now supply of winter from the Traction Co are cnrsI to bo placed in commission Manager Sallee has given very satisfactory service during the with tho winItellItlJ10 cars LITTLE GIRL BREAKS ARM Little Miss Lucy Hall daughter ot Mr Jos Hnllof the West alneighborsing anti broke her right arm just above the wrist Dr L T Minish was called and reduced tho fracture They little one is doing as well as could be expected BO YOU KNOWnlsI That Dr Plorcos Favorite the only uudidno sold through druniilsts for womans weaknesses and peculiar all meats that does not contain largo quanti tlcsnfnlcuhoLItialsuthioulytncQiclueesleclitlly delicate diseases to women maker of which is nut afraid to take ids printpigdiems entering into till ollr druggist If this Is not true Favorite Prescription too Is tho only medicine for women all the Ingredients of which have the endorse- mont of tho loading medical writers of tho several schools uf practice recommend them for the cure of till diseases for which the Prescription is advised Write to Dr U V Pierce HuiTalo N Y for a five booklet and read the numer OilS extracts from standard medical au thorities the several ingredients mllleInntlmestic uso cats any endorsement This of itselfjlojcslJlolltI moro weight and amount of socalled testimonials soI conspicuously Haunted before tho public In favor of the alcoholic compounds The Favorite Prescription cures all1 womans weaknesses laud de rUI emlubthlls banishing the periodical headaches backaches beaiTngdown ills tress tenderness and drltlog dott n sen sations In lower abdomen accompanied by weakening and disagreeable pelvic drains and kindred symptoms Dr Pierco and his stall of skilled spe cialists may bo consulted free by address ing as above All correspondence Is treated as sacredly conlldontial Ulon sulting in this way tho disacrcrnblo- questtouings and personal examinations are wohltllIand on peculiar to women It contains over ono thousand poses It is sent post paid on receipt or sulllchnt in ono ceut stamps to pay cost of mailing only or 21 cents for a cop in lloxlblo paper covers or 31 cents for n clothbound copy Address Dr KV Plerco as above Dr Plercos Pellets regulate and Invigorate stomach liver and bower One a laxative two or three cathartic k A i tiP t d tw Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reetJ1IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOODtjj J = WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TBDEr There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is priceThisanyfactory r under a GUARANTEE that means SOMETHING If you need a new vehicle of any kind it will PAY to see us before buvin 1lUgresentative will call to see you We take vehicles 1withoutSeller carriage GorVERSAILLES IJH K WAHD President HUMAN BLOOD MARKS A tale of horror was told by marks of human blood in the home of J W Villnins a well known merchant of Bac Ky He writes lwunty years Ho I had severe hemorrhages s of the slid was near death when I begun ryIthave remahmd well ever since It cures Hemorrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Colds and Bron chitis and is the known cure for Weak Lungs Every bottle guaranteed by all druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free VIEWS OF SCENE OF EARTh- QUAKEt AT FORT ROSS GAL Our friend Mr H C Hodges of Hoaldsburg Cal has placed us under obligations for a number of photographs of scones caused by tho earthquake in California April IS last The scenes are located near Fort Ross Cal anti show tin wonderful power of that great landslide as it is termed by tho California people When a horse is so overworked waysdeclaresyou would consider it criminal to use force Many a man of hu mane impulse who would not willingly harm a kitten is guilty of cruelty where his own stomach is yonoermd Overdriven over worked when what it needs is something that will digest tho food oaten anti help tho stomach to recuperate Something like Kodol for Dyspepsia that is sold by J W Gnvl NOTICE 10 LA rYE US PublishingI briefs notices etc Our long ex perience in this lino makes us especially well fitted to execute such work with accuracy and dispatch Prices as low as tho lowest Give us your works mp pnsfVN fl i C M BnoWXrXG Sec and Treas 1 s- REV1 ILECTED Deputy Collector Grant L Rob errs has collected internal rev- J ue taxes for the month of Sep tember as follows 8183 barrels 12050110 tax gallons 182 n tl511 amount of tax JOLDFRIENDS J ITruo and tried friends of the EarlyRisers pillsTlwybyJ W Ga- yJaVital QuestionsWhat i4 Doctor Prescribe What does the j Druggist Supply I I Health often balances between these two questions Life itself may depend on the precise fill lag of a proscription with thngsjof absolute standard Many druggists who fill pro I scriptions carefully are not careful about the reliability or of the remedies = 15tpounded with scientific ac curacy f J W GAYLE 1i Druggist 1- Corner Ann and DDWYJfFrankfort Kv Jtk mi i ti rf MA R RI ED thisIcity Eubank lad Miss Maude Polk were married by Rev 0 A t Vnught Mr Eubank is a hustling agent of the Prudential Life Insurance Co His bride is a pretty and popular young girl recently com ing lire from Owen county- FARMERROWLANDIn Dun ville Ivy on Wednesday Mr Cecil Farmer of this city and Miss Susan Rowland of Danville were married by Rev Isaac Mc Elroy of Columbus Ga The young couple have the best wishes of a host of friends They left shortly after the marriage for an Eastern trip and will bent home in this city in the course daysIIiIXXELLOLIVERIn Louis on M Finnell and Miss Corinne Oliver both of this city were married by Rev Mr Stafford of the Chris tian Church Mr Finnell is tho machinest and pressman at the Kentucky Journal oflice tend is a clever and competent young man His brido is Sail to be a pretty and POpUla- young lady We tender congratulations BAGBYSTROTHER Lou sisyilIe on Wednesday Rev A It Paul Bagby and Miss LUIS Strother were married by Rev Dr Carter Helm Jones Mr Bagby is the Sun of Rev ti G F Bagby D D deceased and wife and is the brilliant und eloquent young pastor of Provi t deuce Church at Woodlake v His brido is one of the most cultivated intelligent and pretty young ladies of Louisville We tender our hearty congratu lations REPUBLICANS NOMINATE IN EIGHTH Judge TJW Bethurum of J Rockcastio county was nominated by the Republicans of the Eighth District of Kentucky on Thurs in a convention heldat Law rdnj The nomination was made by acclamation the two other names presented being withdrawn 1I GRAND LODGE K OF P t OFFICERS heGrand Lodge of Knights of 1PPythias held its annual session in Louisville this week toIt was a busy and profitable meeting The following oilicers were elected Grand Chancellor W H Mc Lean Covington Grand Vice Chancellor Geo W Lung Louisville PollardESaunders Franklin 1Grand Inside Guard Judge W J Hissom Newport Grand Outside Guard Harry A Schoborth Versailles Grand Keeper Records and Sear Geo W Carter Owensboro She Orphans Homo was finally t located at Lexington Paducah was selected as the next placo of mooting r Proven tics as the name implies prevent all Colds and Grippe when taken at the sneeze stage Proven tics are toothsome candy nlJjwhen you first feel that a cold ii coming they chok and prevent them t Proventics are thoroughly safe for children told as effectual for adults Sold and recommended in 5 cent and 25 cent to boxes by all dealers liF iii l St iJftfLW BIRTHS HARPEROn Saturday in this city to Col Geo B Harper land wilea daughter INNES In this count on Saturday September 20 liUO to Mr W T Tunes amid wife si daughter IN MEMOUIAM Rebecca Grimes horn April 0 1000 died August 1S 1005 A precious on from us has gone A voice we loved is stilled A place is vacant in our homo Which never can be filled God in his wisdom hits recalled Thu boon his love has given And though the body slumbers here The soul is safe in heaven A FRIEND REGISTERED VOTE The following is the registered vote as placed on tha books on Tuesday last Ilolnct Dom1Hoplxo1 Tl Voglers 140 lilt 8 midge JOfi f n 4 3 Courthouse 11mI 8 248 Mnrkcthonse 1as IIa n 187 81 11 H08 111iKenneys Mill 2H 71 2 287 Total 1171 117 JtI 1812 following is the registra I1he lust year 11olnol IDem1 Hop XC Tl VoRlcrs HIll7 15 38r Bridge 10 287 Courthouse 172 78 1ft 265 MarkethousH 151 8 217 Gaines Stable 257 102 3G8 Gashonso 108 108 9 225 Kennys Mill 71 12H1 1991ITotal J53 Democratic loss 92I Republican loss 02 Noncommittal loss 25 Ofcourse there may be some 75 or SO more registered at the sup plemental registration but it is safe to say that the ratio between the two parties will be about as given above SHOT WHILE HUNTING On Sunday while out hunting with a party of young friends who wer armed with guns pistols etc Mr Henry Ledridge sou of the late Mr Jas H Ledridge and wife was shot in the top of the head the ball piercing the brain It seems that young Ledridge had become separated from the rest of the crowd and was stcop ing gown at a spring on tile side usetiller drinking from the spring when a rabbit or several rabbits were scared up and the boys banged away at them little dreaming that their friendand comrade was in range of tho bullet Ono however took effect and inllicted fatal wound Soon after tho accident young Lodridge was found by his com rades und brought to his home at the corner of Fourth Avenue and Fowler streets South Side Irs L T Minish C K Wal Taco and 0 B Demarco probed for the bullet und found that it was imbedded in the brain so fur that it could not bo extracted Lndridgo lingered until Wednes uwuy1rlwducted on yesterday by Rev M B Adams D D after which the remains wero laid to rest in our cemetery Mr Ledridgo was an industri ous young man und was em ployed at the city saw mills N OaTORABears Signature t kj lif the I J tiiJ kui tj i REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS FOR OC TOBER Iliu assignment of internal revenue olllcers of thl district for the month uf October has just keen announced as follows Distillery No Stoll Co Lexlng IItonW F Crogan tiny duty M Set additional and bottling H S Foreman pin per Kentiuky River Distillery Frankfort Bnckner S McElroy tiny L R Diggs additional C M hash addition al C N Witml Huger II K Pogne Distilling Co Maysvllle T R Dap oy day Lewis A Smile ad ditional and bottling Oscar Grigsby ganger W A Gnliies Co Frankfort Eo Uaiiraban day D B Walontt addition al W P Hacon additional D B Reid additional J H Rarnutt additional C II Wickllire bottling F D Clark gangerJ Pepper Co Lexington Straus day C II Morgan additional W D Rlanding additional and bottling D C Berryman ganger I Poynt Bros Co Maysvillo J S Wallinpford storekeeperganger S1 Greenbanm Midway JW Black day P G Powell additional P S Rule additional D Harp bottling J R Sams ganger Peacock Distillery Co Kifwion W S Lyne day W W Cherry addi tional and bottling D C Berryman gnuger S C Herbst Frankfort A W Nazor storekeeperganger G G White Co Purls J M Bur bridge day J M Walker additional D C Berryman ganger Old McBrayer Dlftillory Co Mt Sterl ing J J Kearns day J O ICash additional and bottling Oscar Grigsby ganger J II Rogers Co MaysvilleW C Slye day P D Wells additional told bottling Oscar Grigsby ganger E M Babbitt VersaillesC H Tal bott day S P Willis additional and bottling S D Pinkerton ganger George Baker Frankfort Amos Grif flth tiny E B Davis additional W M Saflell ganger John Cochran Co Frankfort W AI Hamilton lay I T West additional and bottling F D Clark Hanger J Eo Pepper Co Yarnallton J A Logan day T L McConnell mIdi tional and bottling T H Shelby Jr gauger W J Frazier Versailles Gns White house storekeeper ganger Labrot Graham Frankfort W L Baker day E Craig additional and bottling S D Pinkerton ganger- E II Tiiylui Jr Sons Frankfort U G Carey day J H Smoot additional B F Fannin meal room J M Tanner bottling W M Saffell ganger Paris Distilling Co Paris J M RnsIsell day W T Cook additional Throokmorton additional J D Shy bottling D 0 Berrymnn ganger J J M Saffell Frankfort J L Cox day J G Browner additional and bottling C N Wiard ganger J N Blakemore Frankfort L L Lemaster and A B Piper storekeeper ganger Haynes Trundle Stamping Ground X A Moore storekeeperganger W A Gaines Co Frankfort H S Sinclair tiny G T Iountjoy addi tional Henry Newsom additional T J Craig additional G W McConnell ad ditional R H Whittington bottling II T Games gauger G T Stagg Co Frankfort J H Murray day L 7 Brown additional K J Phelps bottling H T Gaines gauger Robert Fulton CulverC L Ocborne storekeeperganger Garvin Bros Limestone E W Lime store HalIbrookt ington F G Sparks and A V Combs 6toro kll leI gu ugers General storekeeperganger Lexington Z F Elkln Brandy gouger Lexington G It Bullock LexingtonRectifyingHouse non fc Co H S Strader SonsJ E Pepper Corl II Shelby ganger Frankfort Rectifying Housed J P WillIllluF D Clark ganger SOMETHING NEW- Keep lhe bowels open when you have a cold and use a good remedy to allay tho inflammation of the mucous mom bra nog She hOst is Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar It contains no opiates moves the bOIls drives out the cold It is not now necessary to take a purgative followed by something to relievo inflamma tion and stop tho tickling and coughing These qualities are now com bined for the first time in Kennedys Laxative Honoy and Tar Sold by J W Gayle ASSOCIATED CHARITIES Tile muss meeting to form an organization of Associated Chari ties for this city was held at the f ol tii UJ Ift T = EAsfAAM similating UicToodaudReguta ting tlieStainchs andBovrcls of PromotesDiesUonChecrful ness and RestContains neither Opium Iorpliino nor Mineral NOT NARC OTIC II 1nPeofOldnr4lJZPlG6Ell An It ll 1JlJ ApcrCcctRcmcdy for Constipa Worms Convulsions feverish ness ondLoss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of 1frNEW YORK EXACT COPYOY WRAPPER UldIMethodist Church on afternoon Appropriate addresses were delivered and a committee consisting of Rev C R Hudson Mr W G Simpson Mr M Eusam Mr Paul Swain Miss Mary Page and Dr Josephine Hoggins were ap pointed to have charge of the matter OLD TAYLOR DISTILLERY RESUMES The Old Taylor Distillery No 58 of Messrs E H Taylor Jr Sons having been practically rebuilt in new and enlarged form made the first mash of the season on Thursday This is now one of the handsomest distilleries in this section LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have a full lino of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and ex iuninu crock C1 IJRIDGEFORD Main Street Opposite Engine HouseItf PRESSURE BUTTON FLffSffSELF IILJNG II f SlmplcltSureuSafestlIandlclt Sjlffilllng Pen ink to spillno dogging or shaking You simply the button in the pictureand the pen Write the instant it touches tho paper Eagle 50 Flash zj with karat eold point vulcanized rubber and fully guaranteed Eagle Flash No 2S 250EagleUrge size 300 with gold Laads 400 Sold by and Other YOUR DEALER If he doesnt you the Eagle FLASH Fountain Pens then the retail price direct m Each pen absolutely Pencil Co Manufacturers 377 Broadway New York t CASTORIAf For Infants and Children iThe Kind You Have SIi Bears the Signature a 0f- The Kind You Have Always Bought GASTORIAITUC f New Fast Train TO it JII191The1010 in daily DouMn dally service- Through sleeping oar service for SnFran clsco Excursion tickets now on stale 1yaTrayH 0 TOWNSEND Gmt Pass Ticket ARt St Louis Mo ONLY RAiLROAD s k SOUTH v- EQUIPPED WITH I AUTMATICI i JI BLOCK SIGNALS j rJ AND SOUTHERN CINCINNATII FROMI RAILWAY Itt TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES SouthIand Southwest JH i t SOUTHh Fur latormaiion and Rates H KiNO P Ii T A E Main St Lexington Ky W tIARRETT General htaaaiH W C RINEARSON P Clacittad o 4 i J 1 i r ATTENTION BUILDERSt 7 J 4 PyPrYour Roof RoofinglL One and Floroii Roofing Slaters Building1 Papert J tt 307309 Main St 307309 Main St i 4 aun j W = = RE GI US1 t OrliOii in MimliiyEchaol n in PrivtT and Surmon 730 p m Evening Prnyor and Sermon Wednesday evening prayer atTiSUpin Everybody invited to attend ut BAPTIST CHUKCH Rev M B D D tho pastor will preach 1at a ir and 7SU p m at 945 n the chnpel Prayermeeting on Wednesday night at 780 oclock in the chapel Visitors cordially Invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor will preach at n m and 780 Sundayschool at 030 a m in the Christian Endeavor Society meets at 700 In the ohapel- PJCIyermeetlng Wednesday evening nt 780 In the chupel Tho Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at a oclock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m High Mass at lu a m SiindayEchoul at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p m lFIRSr PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH F Record of Pikeville Ky will at a m and 780 p m mountains Sundayschool 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 080 m Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 780p Vislors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev JO- A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m I Sundayschool at 045 n EpW01tb League at G45 p m Prayer nleeting on Wednesday evening tat 745 p Everybody invited to attend r SOUTHERN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the pastor Will conduct a special service at n m There will be no evening service Sundayschool 945 a m Everybody invited to attend j BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school every Sunday afternoon WRECK ON THE L N Thoro was a wrock on the h N R R just above Lindon on yesterday A fast passenger train run into a freight smashing four or five cars and injuring It number of passengers Those able tot walk went across to tho interurban Road and several who wore too i badly hurt were taken on stretch ers to that road and carried into I LouisvilleNo was killed outright but several badly injured t COUNTRY CLUB MEMBERS t INVITED TO SUBSCRIBE TO STOCK IN REALTY COM PANY Tile following open letter has been addressed by tho special committee To Members of tho Country Club Tjlio committee of three appointed by tho Country Club to negotiate terms etc for tho pur BUT BUY ONLY THE BEST We carry a Full Line of Two Ply Felt and PRESBYTRRIAN chase of grounds adjoining and upon which the club house stands has come to nn agreement with the owner of the land whereby JO acres in a solid hotly may be nc quired The securing of this property necessitates the organization ofII Realty Company Preliminary steps have been taken and stock is now being offered for sale first to active and associate members of the club Time par value of each share is 50 placed at this low figure to enable every member to subscribe for at least one share The subscription papers are in the hands of the committee and every member is urged to sub scribe for at least one share and thus help to perpetuate the Country Club Dont wait for the committee to call on you but in dicato at once the number of shares you wish reserved for you The full amount of stock must be subscribed for by October 10 otherwise the opportunity of pur chasing the property upon present terms will be lost Any member of the committee will give you detailsGEO L PAYNE A C VAN WINKLE ND L HAZELRIGG Committee BUY THE BEST IfUll article is imitated the original is always best Think it over und when you go to buy that box of salve to keep around the house got DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Good for eczema tetter boils cuts and bruises and especially recommended for piles Sold by J W Gayle A FAMILY SAFEGUARD Dr Throat and Iuug Cure The best family safeguard is a reliable proof against all contagious diseases JSuch a is Boschees Germans Syrup which has a record of 35 years in the cure of consumption catarrh and all lung and bronchial troubles qThe fame of German as a consumptive cure since its purchase by Dw Green from the niece of the famous Dr Boschee has extended to all parts of the earth It has big sales everywhere to JTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggistfcl For sago by J W Gayle l = 1 11 Three 1LImeP C SOWER CO CIiuRC1Ijl uyr willt LINEJ Dont Neglect 01Ichce croupI godOl Istomach and catarrh of the stomach A guaranteed cure mptrtd at the Lab or torrofEOD witt 0 U8A Olgmutm What You Fall Mmltmm thm Brmmth fwM Aa m JM Ask for the 1906 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar For sale by J W Gayle For the Roundaboutr TAKE THE MIRROR AWAY Take the mirror away From my vlssage of scars From the mould and decaCAnd the blight that abh rstFor it shows not the half That my conscience hath shown And I sigh for a quaff Of nepenthe alone Twit me not with my faults And my errors and sin Open not the wide vaults Where the skeletons grin For I know the grim race In the shadows that damn Let me dream for a space I am not what I am Let me look in your eyes As I looked at the dawn Let me see the blue skies With the veil of night drawn Let us walk for an hour In the beautiful past Let us seek the lost bower Wo shall find it at last H H FARMER GROUND WATERS OF FRANKLIN COUNTY Mr George C Matson of the Hydrogrnphio Branch of the United States Geological Survey has been in Franklin county this week making n thoroughstudy of the local groundwater con ditions An investigation of tho water resources of the entire Bluegrass llegioh has been in progress this summer and a large amount of valuable information has boon obtninnbloIfrel Washington D C This report will avoid so tar as possible tho discussion of technical questions and will contains detailed in formation concerning time sourco quantity timid quality of tho available ground waters throughout the area Dr Weaver Treatment- S itip for the blood Cento for skin eroptloni rt i rit too l DyspepsiaCure stomachtired prncticnbleI Ilmea TROTTING RACES AT LEX INGTON- Notwithstanding the unfavor J weather this week the trot races at Lexington have been unusually well patronized and some recordbreaking races have been trotted Big crowds have gone from all directions to this Mecca of the trotting horse region Dr Weavers Syrup anti Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases AN IDEAL VACATION TRIP- YELLOWSTONE I PARK PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Spend ICountry ITINERARY OF TRIP Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Harden of the Gals 3IiiiiItuii IlKES PEAK inuiil River Canon lloyal Uorgc Jleinvood Springs Snit Lake Pity Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass flack lanou lord six and onehalf days in WOXUlUFUI YKLIOWSTOM I AH- Kcosr or TRIP Espouse of nn ordinary trip of this 9uaturu iota been folly conxUlurod and minimized so us to bo within easy reach of alb Special Sleepers will leave Louisville Night of July 25th For full particulars write J H GALLAGHER 1007 Barret Avenue Louisville 1jiJJiIo j t = SPECIAL REDUCED fA JffPBS- HENDERSON ROUTE ittDenver Colorado Springs Pueblo Col San Fancisco Los Angeles and San Diego HOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES Season 1906iColonist Rates to California PointstAND Great NorthwestD- ates Sale September 15 to October 31 1906 Ak Us For Full Information H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE Ky L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- LOUISVILLE Ky Frankfort GiRcaRti 8g The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 P Jl 50895 A No82 USDAYIA P JL 41- INot II2 Lv D Frankfort Ar 6 Summit 517 Elkhorn 0bJ2 33 6 241 705 Johnscm a 2 Georgetown 8541601Ull 3I Elizabeth 555 Paris Junctn 35 Art Paris f Lv Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q kC KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN TCltP iA al A MIPPrul 2j Lr Frankfort Ar 2i Lv GlOr utown Ari Ar Cincinnati Lv BETWEEN FRANKFORt it CINCINNATI L PtlusFA M PM Pte5I 2a M Lv Frankfort Ar 715 Lv Georgetown Ar Lv Parts Ar 00I Ar Cincinnati Lv KEVTUCK CENTRAL It R POINTS I tt iJAiL tnuuaort A r25A720P 247P A A Georgetown A 004A625P 325P 60AA Parts LI S30Ai542P 6 IIP It A Winchester L OOA24M 15P IU 5A A Maysvillo L 45A115P I IA A L 502P 51PAIluelunond1 20Ail55P 30A A Cincinnati L 255P GEO B HARPER Pros niulUen1 Suut cWHAY U AIChesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in elleet July 1 IHKJ sub jilt to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West and Southwest UIH A M and 5U 1 M Daily s Fur Washington Bait intone Philadel phia New York Kichmimd Old Point aud Norfolk 101S A and 741 P 31 Dally 3lyr JJ Written for the Roundabout SEPTEMBER S 1900 T Hush dear ono this is holy IOn ground which we stand Lower thino eyes These vernal garments dyu With colors brown and touched with gold Were burned by pride To sacred ash heaps While de oldtwith the pleasures of surpris- eII Look nIl about us on sweet na tures face Framed in by clouds The sky is blue An artist hand superior in its grace Painted the landscape in its royal hue Giving us storied pictures of lost Memories art f Ere we shall part- III t This day dear one is but the end Of the beginning Gods promise covers All the future years of each sad life Shall each not prove as faithful As our Mother Earth Each heart responding to the name of friend Each loyal to the county of birth VI My faith in you shall conquer Every fear My hope in you shall Overcome the same My love and Prayers go with you everywhere In vigil soft in silent lonely hours Memory shall breathe your name As fragrant flowers N S COX rDID YOU KNOW Fathur Williams Indian Tea gathered in the Rocky Mountains ii acts directly on the Mucous Mem bravo purifies the blood and cleanses the entire system of the- microbes and germs of Catarrh Hay Fever Asthma Bronchitis Coughs and Colds To all sufferers of these troubles we recommend it believing n course of Father Williams Medicine will jvidrp hptter results than any outer in the market lea or tablet form i f nts For mob Frankfort Drug Co r VDr Weavers Syrup Purifies the blood Cerate ointment for the skin TREES PLANTS VINES Our General Catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever greens Shrubs Grape Vines Kliu barb Asparagus Small Fruits etc is now ready on application We employ no agents but sell planterI SONS Lexington Ky Sept 2 08mw- CAIlR1AGE AND HORSES FOR SALE I have a doubleseated carriage and two horse both good driving animals for smile Apply on tho premisesMISS STEDMAN Forks of Elkhorn 2tf tVANTED woman attendant at The IA Home Telephone 2tf or MAN WANTED 4Some where near Frankfort to sellingssary if willing to let us teach you the real estate business Salary willItBuildingIMinn 24t t3LgenuineLaxativethe remedy that cares a cold fa one day l YI h 2nLBY t Jf IJf YiJt 1tAfJikh i ina u i H 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 Kidare especially attractive R K McCLURE eX SON v 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY STAMPING GROUND Mr Ar Duvall attended county court at Frarikforty on MondayMiss Matties Kelly has as her guest Miss Lena Kirtley of Frank fortMr R B White of Pari was the guest of Mr Rolla Cavanaugh this week Va regret to learn that Mr 0 D Bourne hits typhoid fever Mrs Ida Brunei and daughter Miss Lilian have returned from a visit to friends in Beattyville Diedt Suterville Mr Chas Blythe aged 70 years of dropsy The funeral and burial took place at Minorsville on Monday after noonMr A M Duvall sold tho toll gate property on the Owenton pike to Mr Sam Sinkhnrn for 14CO The property consists of a house and one acre of ground At tho sale of the property of MivAlonzo Perry deceased good prices wore realized Thorn is considerable complaint of damage to tobacco both in the field und in the barn Corn is also being injured The ends of the ears have grown out of the shuck and the rainwater has entered causing a sour ing of the grain UNO DrugLnwcontuiningOpium ragButCure as made for twenty years nlonghusShoopsCoughoven for the youngest babean1- it cures it does not simply suppress Get a safe mild rolinble Cough Cure by simply insisting on having Dr Shoops Lot tho law le your protection We cheer fully recommend and soil it All denIers Dr Catlys Condltfon rowucrs are just what a horse needs when in bud condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bf medicine and the best in use to put ii horse in prime condition Price 2 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle r 260 This Handsome Rocker beautifully finished in Oak or Mahogany would he Cheap at double the price asked BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour from n in to 7 p in nt tlJII11I m I e Paris every hour from 0 a m to 7 p in anti 10 p m Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 0 n m to 7 p m ami nt 0 and p m Leave Georgetown every hour from u m to 8 p m and at p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington front center over hour from 0m to ti p m and at 8 amid 10 In Liiivo Versailles very hour froth 7 a m to 7 p m and at 0 amid p m E T Phono 010 Home Phone 271- R T GUNN Manager ltf HAILKOAD TIME TAIJLK IJJ N 540 a Glfi Louisville Accommodation returns p jn Train West U8fi a m Train West a 50p m Train East 9 M u in Train East 420 p m c0we- stboiiitd 000 a m Westbound 014 p m Eastbound 1018 a m Eastbound 741 p in F Leaves for Paris 20n m Returns 1825 m Leaves tor Paris 300 p m Returns 720 p m JW WATSON Ticket Agent i itJ tf 7i TWO SPECIALS R ROGERS fc SONS iq NO2 P 11II This Elegant Oak Rocker otter a few days above buy LEXINGTON ilSUMMEREASTBOUND WESTBOUND LCIIulI DailYI ISttI it II I Dully AI 5 0 Lexington tI J I7Hi 0l Winchester 520t 1I5L E Junction 503 JJIO to 41014 Stanton Cnmpton Junction Natural Bridge 911I Torrent Benttyvillu Junction 1O4Uh45 Athol010 r411ThL E Junction Cam pton Junction Beattvville Junction 10 K Junction No Ex wo for at price To see it is to it No8- 055 lUll 4a- 8lii 425 i50 837 443 745 855 457 700 842 518 707 S20 Trains Nos 12 nod will iimku commotions with tliu 0 O6 1v for It StCllhllr trt aius Nos connect witthe Mountain Con iItral Its for liidguiuul Campton TrninH No 28 and connect 1th thu IjA ATiy for Bcattrvillu Trains Nos 3 and connect with thu O K ny for local stations tlw 0IiliyW MrDOWELL CHARLES SCOTT IGeneral Manager G P A 1 J OHIO AND KENTUCKY B ILWAYilNo8 22I Quartered on Stations IMI INo illI IINo1 IAr1 No DttilyEx jA M Lye P M LyeIAMAr PMAr 1 f 980 235 Jackson 880 1180 Ji025 280 O K Junction 885 1120 11843 158 Wilhnnt 417 1152 111I741 122 Hetechawn 618 1228 21Jh715 105 Cannel City 545 1245 It Nos and will make closo connection at O tt K Junction with Nos 8 and for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendentt t rJMjJji B