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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iTHE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT i GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWTS1rrals 100 In Advance VOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCTOBER 20 1906 No7 CAPITAL CITY HASH By JohnnyGetYourGun Whore was Mosos when the light wont out of tho electric lamp at tho end of the railroad bridgo on last Sunday night leaving scores of churchgoers to wade through the darkness to and from church Frankfort need not he afraid of any foe domestic or foreign or any attack by land or water With tho crowning eminence of Fort Hill tho Devils Back Bono and Cemetery Ridge ready for bristling guns und tho formidable flotilla of gun boats launches and gasoline boats on the river the city rests secure The water craft consists of a lleet of eighteen boats under command of Admiral Henry F Lindsey who hiss earned his title by veteran service and + by his daring escape by swimming ashore when his first boat blow up and became a terrible wreck Tho entire fleet consists of oigh een vessel sunder command of the following oilicors 1 Admiral H F Lindsey com manding ilag ship 2 W H McAlphin command ing U S Gunboat Pearl ik Commander Paul Sawyer 1 Commander John S Cannon 5 Commander A D Martin 0 Commander S E Tamos 7 Commander Glms WIll to head S Commander W T Roberts 9 Commander E H Elliott 10 Commander Tlios Moran 11 Commander Leo h Ober warth 12 Commander Cot torch 1JJ Commander Chas M Bridgoford 14 Commander Geo A Miller 15 Commander John Zeigler 10 Commander Shee han 17 Commander T E Kenney 18 Commander Frank H Austin When not stripped for action with locks cleared and guns doubleshotted under orders to meet an expected foe this well oflicorod and attractive flotilla aside from business demands affords to invited guests many delightful pleasure jaunts to tho upper waters of the picturesque anti famed Kentucky river Probably tho only instance on recordof a pardon issued by an Aid to the Governor occurred during the administration of Gov Lazarus W Powell A citizen now living in the West End of tho cityCol J N Chad moved to Oatlottsbur with Boss Lampton a merchant and was employed by him as clerk Ono day upon derous documont with a big seal six inches in diameter and pro fusoly decorated with sealing wax came by mail to this clerk On opening it a commission from Gov Powell was disclosed con ferring in all tho pomp of ox pafrivo workUll appointment upon thojmodost clerk of Aidd to 1the Governor with tho rank of Colonel In those days of slow travel and isolated communities such events wore rare and tho news quickly spread of the new honor and Col J N C soon became a celebrity of the town j t JtoL iqlJ III Ho was no longer a Mr or plain John but a Oolone1I Ho could have married any girl in tho town Things went on One day a country man came into Lamp tons store in charge ofa Con COlllll1it1tnl for failure to work tho county road He besought tho new 10111 tee to hole him pleading then excuse that his wife was sick when ho was ordered on tho rondoLis toning gravely and attentively to tho statement tho now Aide to tho Governor asked tho Constable for the warrant took it called for pen and ink mind endorsed in bold plain handwriting upon tho buck Pardoned John N Grutcher Aido to the Governor with the rank of Colonel The Constable took the warrant released the prisoner and the man wont home rejoicing Soy bnsIketheard of the a lair he laughed immoderately andsail All right all rightI would have done the sauce myself a BACKACHE AND SICK KID NgyS Aro quickly relieved and perma nently ctirod by the Now Herb Cure Father Williams Indian Ton Na tures Remedy gathered in tho Rocky Mountains Pure and sim plo hut stile and curtain Acts like magic on the Kidneys and lonosItleaso live it a trial and bo con vinced Put up in Tea und Table pacicagoForb4 NA liRO W ESC A PE B UGGY SMASHED While hiving down Shelby street on Friday night in a buggy with his mother Mrs E T Rob arts Mr Walter A Roberts of this office in the lark ran into an enclosed mortar bed in front of a houso belonging to Mr w1 reIpailedbuggy was upset tho horse thrown Town and Mrs Roberts and her son wore thrown under the horses heels But for tho filet that the ani mal thoy were driving was a very tractable 0110 answering to tho word of command readily both tho occupants of tho buggy would doubtless have boon killed As it was Mrs Roberts was badly bruised and scratched while Mr Roberts was only shaken up The buggy was smashed to pieces and the harness broken mho horsoIhowever was not badly It seems that tho mortar hod extended nejirly to the street car track there wore no danger lights sot up und tho street lights were obstructed by tho heavy foliage Mrs Roberts is hardly able to move because of her injuries TREES PLANTS VINES Our General Catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever greens Shrubs Grape Vinos Rhubarb Asparagus Small Fruits etc is now ready on application Wo employ no agents but soIl direct to tho planter H F HILLEN MEYER C SONS Lexington Ky Sept 298m 1t THi uiJ- At La14L71 VILLAGE IMPROVEMENrI The Improvement Association of Moorostown NJ which is afllictod with tho American Civic Association issues a monthly periodical culled Village Im provement It contains much interesting news of the betterment work in and about fooresto and is liberally patronized by advertisers Tho following extract from the September number is typicalof the valuable informa tion winch this little journal gives to its readers U A communication from tho Township Committee hiss appeared ill tho local papers calling time attention of property owners to tho fact that many of the shade trees along our streets arc in need of trimming In many places time drooping branches are so low over tho sidewalk that pedestrians are continually annoyed by them specially in rainy weather Iho Township Committee realizes that it is within thoir province to have these trees trimmed but they prefer that the property owners should attend to it themselves and thus cairy out their own ideas in connection with the rest of their lawn Wo would encourage all prop erty owners to notice carefully whether tho trees along their side- Walk are in need of trimming If thoy are have somo competeit person attend to it A true can bo trained in tho way it should go by proper pruning but it may also bo very much spoiled by im proper trimming A MEASURE OF MERIT WeighWnll Proof of merit lies in tho eidence Convincing evidence in Frankfort Is not the testimony of stran gersBut the endorsement of Frankfort peopK Thats tho kind of proof given here Time statement ofn Frankfort citizen Mrs Mollio E Calais of 574 Holmes St wife of W H Cnllis foreman at tho Frankfort Chair Cos Works says I have tho greatest faith in Denims Kidney Pills for their treatment brought me untold relief 1 had backache for year It Was not severe at nil times but when an attack occurred especially if I overex erted myself ill anyti11y aggravation of Uie aching was sure to fol low A positive proof of some disturbed action of time kidneys was trouble with the kidney secre tions I tried various remedies but found nothing that did mo any permanent good Reading an advertisement in our local papers about Deans Kidney Pills it occurred to mo that might at least givo some relief Acting on this thought I wont to T Wi Gaylos Drug Store and got a Thoir use proved that what people said about Doans Kidney Pills was nothing short of tho truth Tho pain and aching in my back ceased and tho trouble with t ho kidney secretions was corrected I thoroughly believe that any preparation which acts up to tho representations made for it like Doans Kidney Pills can not too well known For sale hoI all dealers Price 50 cents torMilburn Co Buflalo York sole agents for the United StatesRemember tho name Deans and take 110 other cciiJ t v SATISFACTIONGOES With Every Purchase In our Suit Department Besides a prien satisfaction there is a quality and stylo satisfaction with the assurance of what so many women closirejEXCLUSIYENESS Theso SPLENDID VALUES are now offered which you may later on not bo able to duplicate Ladies Suits Cheviotlitary Style plaited skirt Those suits are nicely tailored and have the appearance of much higher priced garments Wo show tho largest stock of Suits in Frankfort at from 1050 to 0000 Misses Suits 1O 00Thf Suits are made of Novelty Suitings in lv tailored beautiful stvle Maui other Misses Suits at from 1250 to 500 Ladies Covert Jacket Cfr 7 50 This Jacket is made of nice quality Covert J corsetfitting tailoredstyle neatly and trimmed with straps of self mntlrinlILadies Long Coats cb12 50rhis Cwt is 52 inches made of bonuti Mixed Suitings also of black Cloth finely tailored null neatly finished Childrens Coats inrtapBeaiuiiu oats for tOO q Ladies Skirts DOThpifI Skirts are beautiful styles made of CpO and neatly tailored and designed I C KAGI3ST BRO51 m ON A TOUR OF INSPECTION Mr F A C Baker of Newark N J Division Manager of tho Prudential Life Assurance Co and one of the highest and best officers of that company was in the city on Friday last between trains to make an inspection of time oflice of1r W C Burke District Manager of time company Mr Baker highly complimented the management of Mr Burke stating that ho was agreeably sur plsell at tho outlook for the work of tho company in this city Mr Burke the local manager is a hustling and intelligent young man Iud is succeeding in build ing up a line business Mr Banker was very much surprised at the evident progress and prosperity of our little city and after taking a trolley ride to all points of interest gave it as his opinion that thoro was abundant reason to believe there was a bright future ahead of us Mr Baker returned to Lexing ton that night Piles quickly und positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Its made for Piles alone and it ions time work surely und with satisfaction Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear liko magic by its use 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colors and goldSubscribers who got now sub scriptions will receive 10200 in ctshnlld many other special mtioilITIIE Preventics as the name implies prevent till Colds and Grippe when taken at tho sneeze stage cn11dytuhlltsoolds quickly and taken early when you first fool that a cold ig proyentthongsafe for childron and as effectual reCOlllI i h cJ Ir oUPpi2OO 1UIr 1irMs iratsx rsxn r m s asrtxrann r t PJSbfiS Ifh Ail Air = == = cc ==== Mr R G HIgdoa went to Shelby vllle on Saturday Mrs Juo South visited in Louisville this week air Robt II Gordon left Wednesday for Indianapolis Ind JI1lD D Fields of Wbltesburg was in tic city Thursday R Sainl Wilson of Shelbyville was ii tae city on Monday Ji Claude Bowles visited rein tive in Louisville this week X id Catherine E Wauace of Lex ingtk was n visitor this week Col Sam R Smith visited friends near Peaks Mill on Wednesday Rev Jno H Burdin of Forks i Elkhorn was in the city Monday Gov W 0 Brrfdley of Louisville was in the city a short while this wee- kCol E H Taylor Jr returned Wednesday from u trip to Chicago Ills BullMr W G left Monday for a visit to his old homo at Flemings burg Mrs Lon Wright of Hatton was the guest of Mrs J M PoThins this woekMr W J Roberts returned Wed nesday from a trip to Eastern Ken tucky Mr JD Lewis of this office spent Sunday in Versailles with his family Mss Elizabeth Barrett of Boulder Col is visiting her aunt Mrs George Darsie Mr C E Collins entertained the Knights of Columbus on Wednesday evening Mr K Ward of the Seller Carriage Co Versailles was here on Tuesday Mrs Joe Armstrong of Norwood Ohio is the guest of Mrs George Hamilton Misses Adams of Lexington were guests of Mrs J B Polk Shelby street this week Mr Will H Phythian has returned from a visit to relatives at Corbott Wyoming I Dr N M Garrett attended the Middle District Medical Association at Versailles Mrs Jno F Davis is the guest of her daughter Mrs W T Bucknor in Shelbyville Mrs W II Saffell and daughter Miss Todd have returned from a visit to Louisville Miss Sina Lee Harris of Louis vAle Is the guest of Miss Mice Farmer Second street Judge Chas S Grubbs of Louis yule was in the city on legal business this week Miss Mary Page has returned from a visit to her cousin Mrs J T Gaines at CrcjscontHill Capt iI H Insko of Carlisle Joputy Collector was In the city Fri day and Saturday Mr L B Weisenburgh Jr wife and son leave tomorrow for their new hone at Richmond Mr Will Xickles who has been Jiving in Covington for some time has returned home Mr1 Russell Williams of Wash ington City came homo Wednesday to register and vote Mr Jus Sullivan attended the Con vention of Telephone Managers in Louisville this week Dr J W Jouett and wife of Eminence attended the CassityJouett wedding on Saturday Mr Marcus A Jones Jr of Cor 1ott Wyoming arrived here Saturday on u visit to his motherIi t Rol Gee H Allen and wife of t i J 1 r I 1Jty i w irIl Irliira A 4t fIJ Fi ot il1J CJWLUtI51bUIJhO- ur t T SALEml Immense Stock of Cloaks and SllitsiIs pleasing hosts of buyers of these Garments Our sales are larger than ever before largest SelectionI Best Styles Moderate Prices Is what catches the crowd J mniI a 1 W Ju ll E 2m iIft t rusrsaa cwa tunsa =lrnronv oua New York City are guests of Col Geo K Berry at Juniper Hill Mr wI C Newman and bride nee Grace Morris returned Wednesday from their wedding trip Mrs M H Yeoman of Lakeland who has been the guest of Dr J W Hill has returned home Mr J n Nickles family have returned front a visit to relatives in West Virginia and Ohio Miss Alice Graves of Logansnort Ind was the guest of her grand IE other Mrs H B lanes this week Mrs Eugene P Moore of Louis Mr W A Oldham and wife of Stamping Ground attended the Cassity louett wedding on Saturday Rev A Paul Bagby and bride who have beets visiting relatives at Louisville returned home Tuesday Mrs Robert True of Louisville vho was the guest of Dr L T Minish and wife has returned home Mr Wm Robertson and son of Georgetown attended the Cassity Jouett wedding on Saturday Mrs Jnb C Davis and daughter Mary Bryant are visiting her mother tirs Sallle Pulliam at Chaplin Mrs Will Perkins and Mrs Geo Perkins of Benson were guests of Irs J M Perkins this week Mr C J Roberts and wife of Canton Ohio were guests of their son Mr Grant L Roberts this week Mrs Jennie T Cardwcll returned Saturday from a visit to her sister lrs J L Watson in Lexington Mr William Cassity and wife of Stamping Ground attended the CassityJouett wedding Saturday Mr Rqussean True spent Saturday and Sunday In Danville the guest of a friend Mr Ed son B Bradley and wife of New York City were guests of Col Geo F Berry and wife this week Mr Geo M Gayle of Kentucky University spent Sunday at home with tIs parents Dr J W Gayle and wife iMr Thos H Bradley of Lex ington the big buyer of walnut und oak lumber was in the city Wednesday Misses Marsaretta and Gertrude Oberwartb of New York City arc guests of their brothel Mr L L Ober warth Mrs Williams of Mar rodsburg who has boon the guest of her semi Mr W L Williams has gone home Mr Jno S McKendrick and wire of Shelbyvillo were guests of his bro therinlaw Mr W 1 Hughes Murray street Rev Ed H Bull of Hopkinsville Ohio has been the guest of his mother Mrs S C Bull returned home on Tuesday Rev J O A Vaught who has been the guest of his son In Danville and Ills mother in has roturn ed home Mr Jno P fInnIer who has been ill at St Josephs Infirmary Louisville has improved to such an extent as to able to come home Cupt C W Merchant Sr is we regret to learn lying very ill at his home on the Louisville pike with little hopes of recovery Mrs D R KIIIIl rough and chil dren of Cynthiana who have been guests of her mother Mrs Jno M Jameson have returned home Mrs T 1 West and son Mr Jas B West who have been visiting her daughter Mrs IL M Bergman re turned house Friday night Rev A II Lindsay of Flemings burg who has been the guest of his terinlaw Mrs T R Barrett turned home Tuesday morning Miss Mary C Cromwell and niece Miss Annie Cromwell of Fayette t r j Iit ior H Wo arc Sole Ajrmts for tlm Ladies Jfomo n iIII Jos W Hedden State Print ing Inspector who has been detained at homo by the dangerous accident to his son was in the city on Wednesday IHey Dr H A M Henderson the eloquent Methodist Divine of Hart well Ohio was the guest of his bro therinlaw Mr Jno C Mastiu this week Mrs J O A Vaught and daughter Elizabeth who have peen guests of her daughter at Denver Col for several months returned home on Thursday morning i HON JOHN W ZACHARY lIon John W Zachary Candidate for Congress in this District will address the voters of this city tonight Sat urday 011 tho issue of the day invited the ladies to attend aAeBAD WRECK ON L N Three freight trains on the L N R Ry ran together at Lyn don Station on evening and all three wero wrecked A number of the train crows were badly hurt one supposed to be fatally One of the trains was a C it 0 double header The prop erty loss was very heavy All trains wore de layed for eix or seven hours a o NEW Keep the bowels open when you have a cold and use a good remedy to allay tho of the mucous membranes The lrvst is Laxative Honey and Tar It contains no opiates moves the bowels drives out the cold It is nut now necessary to take a followed by to relieve inflamma tion and stop the tickling unit These qualities are now combined for the first time in Laxative Honey and Tar Sold byJ W Gayle 4 ARTS AND CRAFTS Mrs uf Chicago who lectures on Arts and Crafts will give one of her talks next Friday evening at tho Chapel The special subject of her lecture will bo pot tery and by the use of tho wheel and by casting in molds she illustrates in a most way tho various methods of making Tho Womans Club is most fortunate in securing a lecture from M rs Frackleton and they hope a largo number of Frankfort people will come to hear her cents will bo the price of admission 0 LATEST STYLKS IX WALT PAP Kit I have a full lino of all the latest styles in wall paper Gall timid ox ti1ille stock C M Main Street Opposite Engine Mouse 23tf rDr Weavers Syrup and Cent Bocceiaf ol treatment for blood and akin dleeueeI Great Values in CIO l T7tJ Z 350 500 600 700 and tOO icE1ARLESVVEIT ZEL MrlVirghtills liarrodsburg AILewis nilehart Prohibition especially Thursday yesterday SOMETHING inllamniation Kennedys purgative something coughing Kennedys LECTURE Frackleton delightful Episcopal interesting hOllutifulcUlIlmic Twentyfive BlUDGEFORD See Our TrJU f17Iire Everybody QJr siooo- LAJ A 1 JJi n OIk t1 t j JErL JfC X ISaturday SpecialsIWill other on SATURDAY at Extraordinary Low Prices LADIES nti1MOur Goods are Alwtiys Satisfactory t Skirt and Jacket for 5 00 i All Wool Mixtures Skirt and Jacket for 7 50 AllWool Cheviot Skirt and Jacket for g 50 Satin Lined Coat strictly Tailored Skirt and Coat Itr 12 50 and 15 00tjl Childrens Underwent 1Jand 2iJc a piece Ladies Undcrirear 2c each Ill r WOOL BLANKETS AND COMFORTS C Lace Curtains 5Oo Too 100 125 and 10 pair Muslin Curtains 5Oc 7t o 100 a pair RUGS STILL SOLD AT REDUCED PRICES F T HEENEY y t i- II A Good Cook l Requires Good Flour The Bost is H I PRIDE OF MADISON 1 Ask your grocer i t Call on us iiSeedsJ HEISB SONS IST GLAIR STREETI I LADDERS ATCOS1if4t1rW- e 1- are rebuilding our Office and Warehouse and they are in the way t Come and get one Hammond eoI rN I Cloaks i Suits SUPERB VALUES 1500 All Wool Suit Neatly Tailored I New Straight Front Blouse Style and Blouse Etons 25 to 50 Cloaks Special at 7 10 1350 and 2500 One of the in Lyman ife Historic Exhibition of the Eruption of Mt Vesuvius 1006 CLEVER MIMICS OF SOUNDS Artists Who Are Employed in Lyman H Lifeorama Tho mimicry soundsthose of nature the cries of animals tho shouts of men the jingling of military accoutrements is one of the important adjuncts of the Howe Lifeorama at the Capital Theatre next Thursday evening October 25 and they give vrais em bianco to the pictures Mr Lyman H Howe has four of these shows on thu road and ho sns- that ono of his greatest dillicultio3I is to find properly qualified im itatorsthnt is men who can I Skirts Ncw Plaid Pantunns in blue blade and brown Special x00 u Scones Howes Howes work the apparatus and produce the requisite noises Behind the scenes while the pictures are moving there is a lei markable collection of instru ments of various kinds to produce the sound effects There are soy oral neon t nuke the shouts and a number ofchildrenin all about 25 andjin the very spirited scones it is as necessary to produce the noises properly as to manage Sni pernumoraries in the mob scones Hof big plays like Julius Cajsar UJll1olho Christian Mr Howes chief imitator Mr Lo Hoy Carleton who is really an artist goes about among the various companies instructing the others Ho is a young man May We Show You- Th IneFor Fall Wear t2 w i1 lifMllii n DRESS GOODS Bright Red Plaids at 50c Novelty Mixtures and Stylish Suitings 100 to 150 Extra Value Broadcloth 125 u nnd has been a mimic since child hoodI hnvo the ventriloquilal fac ulty1 he saidund can Militate almost any sound mechanical or natural that I may hear About six weeks hard work is required to qualify a new man to do the work in Mr Howes shows He must have some natural talent for it however Wo employ quite ja number of ingenious contri vances to produce certain of the sounds For instance the swish of the water when the Italian cavalrymen during their exercises jump into the stream is effected by means of sheets of sandpaper We were a long time getting the trumpeting of the elephants but nowwe have it perfectly and the roaring of the lions is so gentling that with your eyes shut you i1easilylimagino yourself inn n agorie The exclamations of won the fall of the big trees tr crackling of the undergrowth the clanking of the swords of the officers in the Spanish wedding scene and the many accompany ing noises have required experi mont and rehearsal for many weeks and they must be managed most carefully otherwise the passing scene is spoiled This splendid attraction comes to Capitol Theatre next Thursday October 25 for one performance only and popular prices will prevail The management of the Capital Theatre personally guar antees this attraction and will cheerfully refund the purchase price of any ticket to any dissatisfied patron =e When time tip ofa dogs nose is cold and moist limit dog is not sick A feverish dry nose oceans sickness with a dog And so with the human lips Dry cracked and colorless lips mean feverish 1lppearinglike lips apply at bedtime a coat ingIf Dr Shoops Green Salve It will soften und heal any skin ailment Get a tree trial box at our store and be convinced Largo nickel capped glass jars 25 cents All dealers e rWANTED Several tons of hay any kind of good hay for which I will pay the highest market tT F IriooI t OLD TAYLOR TIlE PREMIER r KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky ht j ti 1Jj s6h Delayed STONES POINT Everybody is through cutting tobacco und now looking for Mr Frost Air George Slusher and Miss Stella Semones were out driving Sunday evening nighthdHarvieland neighborhood It washed several nice frying size pumpkins down the creek and also lots of Mr Cleveland Smiths tobacco He says that he has shipped his tobacco but hasnt got a return visitingherat Frankfort We wore all glad to see Mr thoughtjwjis againJllvrHh to state that the corre ct of Choateville thanked one for saving Mr Viet luita from drowning It ewisI of Louis cousin Mr Miss Mattie Lewis is visiting hor cousins and friends at Bethel this week eH1ingllLook r spent Sunday with his brother Mr Bob and fancily llr Kollie Semones of Frank fort visited his mother Thursday 1nitIr William Pol grove of Shel by mind daughter Bessie of Louisville who spent several lays with his daughter Mrs Elizabeth Lewis have returned homo JOHKQUIIL s vWhen a horse U so overworked it lios down and in other ways declares its inability to go further you would consider it criminal to uo force Many n man of hu irano inmpulvIio would not willingly harm a kitten is guilty ofcruelty where his own stomach is foncernod Overdriven overworked when what it needs is something that will digest the food oaten and help tho stomach to recuperate Something like Kodol for Dyspepsia that is sold by 1 W Gay IK eDr Weavers Syrup Pniiflea the blood Cerate ointment for the skin STAMPING GROUND Mr1 W Ageo and wife of Owenton were guests of Mr C1 Duvall and wife on Sunday Corn is selling atf 175 per bar deliveredMr of Owen coun ty visited his brother Mr Lon Kenney this week There is considerable complaint of scarcity cf stockjiogs Prices are high Dr Win Salin of Owenton is tho guest of his brotherinlaw Mr 0 D Bourne this week Mr D H Duvall and family i13 cl 1 SHIRT WAISTS n uslin Waists Special INew Black Taffeta Waists 150IPlaid Silk Waists F J+ ewrrwr w a4YS wsuaYrW have rOlI t Frankfort to reside Mr Duvall hay a contract to do a considerable amount of workIMr Pvobt Romper county was the guest of his daughter Mrs 0 D Bourne this week toi1hotgrave asked about him- Everybody was taken by stir prise when it snowed here last week Considerable damage was done by the frost that followed after r E 0 Guerrant D D of IIHe delivered two flue ser at the Baptist Church last to large audiences His theme was Missions in thorn Mountains Mr B L Cassity and bride neo Miss Ala Touett of Frankfort passed through here on Sat urday en route to their home at OwentonMr Cassity and wife at 7 weddingin iJOur farmers are rapidly catch ing up with the delayed work of cutting corn chill sowing wheat etc Pretty much nil the tuJaccofhay eon cut and housed It is 1i believed that not quire as much damage was done by the wet weather and frosts as was UNO feared 1if Hr CadyV vuniiitiuu iirytier are jut ht n horae needs when in bad i1e1l1ifl1puthorse3 f cents per puclcn a For sale by J W Gayle LeComnte Gayl- eSPLENDID andjOFFER 4 We are able to give you this splen did offer Lod yvi11EFAND EouiidaboTit For one year for only 200In advance only This gives you a daily paper Sunday excepted for a nominal price and your own local paper giving all the home news and the news of the political campaign now on Send in names and cash h EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS I 1 TRADE MARKS DCSIQNS JCOPYRIGHTS csending a sketch mid deserlptlonmaan quickly ascertain our opinion Invention probably llonastrtctlyconUilcntlal HaHDBOOKonLntente sort free Oldest Becurliic patents ratema taken through Munti k receive t notice witbout charge lathe Scientific American handsomely IMnstrnted weekly Largest of cleutttlo Journal Terms nowadealerePUNNBranch d f liT Frankfort RoiMaDoui lienIGEO A LEWIS Pro r and Pub r FRANKFORT OCT 20 1906 GRIEVOUS BLUNDER Owners of Street Cnr System Re turn to Obsolete Ways of Former Yours T tho utter astonishment of tiii whole community tho own ere of the city street car system have taken u backward step which virtually moans no city trans portation On Monday last tho company discharged n number of motormen and conductors and cut dcwn the number of ears to be run over the entire system to only two This is a long step backward It is even giving less accommo dation to time public than was afforded by the sham system we had two years ago This too at the very time when the people of the city were using tho cars to an extent they had never before done and tho system was growing in favor right along During the past six months the road had been run on schedule time a thing never before done and when any one needed the transportation they could adjust their movements to tho schedule and satisfaction was felt on all sides It certainly looked like the road was in fact what it was called in nnnlOn street car sys temNow all is thrown into con fusion and the accommodations reduced even below that of the old company which was a standing joke This is certainly a grievous blunder and at a time too when by the enlarged operations of tho Shoe Co and tho opening up of tho Glass Works there was every reason to believe a vast impetus was about to be given to the needs cf transportationThere in disguising the fact the people will not pat ronize such a sawudoff system as that now running As evidence the cars which for weeks have r been full of people almost every trip have been practically empty since the new schedule has been put on Gentlemen the now scheme wont work 1 thus been tried and proven a failure Reconsider your action for your Protection we place this label on every package of Scotts Emulsion The man with a tali on his back is our trademark and It is a guarantee that Scotts Emul sion will do all that Is claimed for it Nothing better for lung throat or bronchial troubles in infant or adult Scotts Emul f Ion is one of the greatest flesh builders known to the medical tWoIIJSCOTT BOWNE r iald i 409Ioar iow StreetI r fir l Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the DiseaseI Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous svstcm has been shat tered by the use of deadly dru s there nothing to equal Dr Miles Nervinc in ing it to health and normal activity isI I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles storative Nervine has done for me that must tell it for that of humanity suffers as have During the three thatIsuffered from nervous prostration I no relief except whet doctors gave To get rid of sufferin took morphine self as it was the only thing that would give case and now you with scorn at morphine using how could you when in thingthatdeadlygrasp OfllonttsOhhabit I icsofved then and there to quit it and resolved I would never be a slave to any such adverItised Ifeelam suffering MATTIE PiiiLLilS Prescott Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book AddressUz DEATH OF REV SAM P rOXBSIRev Samuel P Jones tho noted Methodist revivalist died on a train in Arkansas while en route curItersvilloMr Jones was one of the most unique and striking characters that this country has Produced In early life he was a wild and dissipated young man and lived in Henry county in this State After his conversion he at once commenced his career as an evan elist He startled his audiences by the use of the modern style of slang and found thereby the most effective application of his arguments While an audience was listening to him the slang did not seem out of place but was forceful and applicable Ho was listened to by largo au diences wherever he went and was instrumental in the conver sion of thousands of men and women largo numbers of whom have become effective workers in the churches He had not complained of any serious indisposition until shortly before his death undno ono dreamed of tho enl being so near The remains were taken to his hcme at Cartersville Ga for in terment He was an orator of splendid power and will be greatly missed from his peculiar field of luborI CHILDS NARROW ESCAPE Master A Bailey Thomas son of Mrs Sallio Robinson Thomas had a narrow escape from lentil on Saturday by being run over by a man driving empty delivery wagon unI wagon passed over the little legs just below tho hips anti bruised and scratched him up but wonderful to relate no sori ous damage was one Dr U V Williams was called and dressed the lads injuries and thinks ho wits not internally hurt The drivers name could not be learned rAPPOINTED CONSTABLE In ordor to filln vacancy in the Frankfort magisterial district Judge J H Polsgrove on Monday appointed Copt Hiram B Williams to that position dipt Williams is already holding time position of Truant oflicer for the city of Frankfort t IjIt y 1 DR ASHING1r1ON Ablest and Most Useful Colored Man of the Age Visits This CityIOn Monday lust Dr Booker T Washington recognized everywhere as the ablest and most use fulcolo1edmnn in this country lH1rpItho Colored State Normal School taking part in the dedica tion of the girls dormitory mind addressing the people of this city Dr Washington was met at tho Cfc 0 train Monday morning promIinontHo was at once taken to the State Normal School and took part in the scheduled exorcises there At 2 oclock p m tho Opera House was fitted with an audience composed of our most prominent citizens both white and colored who listened in profound and ad miring attention while this able and earnest man delivered an address that has rarely boon excelled and seldom equalled for its good hard common sense and its effective and telling anecdotes illustrative of his theme There can be no doubt but that he set forth in clear and unmis takable language the ideas that should prevail in dealing with time vexing problems that attach to what is called the negro ques tionHis earnest exhortation to his own people to make themselves such citizens as would command the respect of the community and his scathing denunciation of the idle worthless and vicious class was superb At the same time he asked that tho white people draw tho line of distinction between tho upright industrious and selfrespecting colored people and the unworthy and vicious and besought their assistence in elevating the worthy and eliminating the unworthy He showed how greatly the white people erred in their generalization of all coons look alike to mo and stated that it had a tendency to discourage the good in their efforts for the right Ho advanced the now thought that no one had ever heard of a negro starving to death and gave as the reason therefor that there were too many buck doors to tho homes of the whites left open for their obtaining food without labor and contended that if tho whites would close their back doors and keep theta closed tho idle and time vicious would bo compelled per force to become workers His peroration was a master piece of oratory and time largo crowd of white people present were warm in their praise of tho addressIt ill undoubtedly produce great good in this community if heeded A LUCKY POSTMISTRESS Is Mrs Alexander of Gary Mo who huts found Dr Kings New Life Pills to be tho best remedy she ever tried for keeping the perfectif you try these painless purifiers that infuse new life Guaranteed by all druggists Price 2oo NOTICE TO LAWYERS Tho Geo A Lewis Publishing House has made u specialty of legal printing such as lawyers briefs notices etc Our long ex perience in this line makes us es pecially well fitted to execute such work with accuracy and dispatch Prices as low as the lowest Give us your work f1A tJh ttii ai n 1 Pleasant to= take j LaxativeSyrup1 J NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And ho will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as bring about a c normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than t any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE yt Tobacco Bellows Blowers t Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches fThresherTarpaulinsMonkey Wrenches k Pipe Fittings and Wrenches r r Iry FRANK GISTAGGI y j Hardware Paints Oils EtCilw Value JOHN DRISCOLL QualitvI The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL4216 St Clair THANKS Dr W Lee Crutuhcr Ins placed on our desk a supply of fine tipples They just hit tho right place Our friend will please ac cept our thanks for his courtesy Ho is selling these apples on our streets daily When you need good ones see him OeWitts Little Early Risers The famous little pill- IYANlEDGentloumau or lady with good reference to travel by rail or with a rig for a firm of- 250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and expenses salary paid weekly soul expenses ad stumpJos42Oni m j JDIM JOHN EDG- EEEIQKMASOU r FR3NXFORr KY Will build Ghiintieys Cisterns and Milk houses in any part of County Boilor Furnace work and repairs Phone 028 i3Jm KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR cONSUMPTION 60c100Free Price Trial I 1 t j and Quickest Cure for all ISuret and LUNG TROUB MONEY BACK A p Cases plain simI and ornate I 1 Silver in either Gold Gold Filled or di Iot J i W frfltei vJJ COMMUNICATED Editor Roundabout Not long since a statement ap pared in your paper that Col B E Milnin was killed in the Alamo along with Bowie and Crockett This was an error Your corro spondent visited Texas in 1800 met and talked with persons who knew Milam He was killed sometime before the Alamo Massacre was buried where he foil laid there for thirteen years then his remains were placed in Prospect Cemetery unmarked until in the 70s they were disontorred and buried in the center ofn plaza in the western part of San Antonio named in honor of Milam My wife a niece of his visited the grave in the SOs It was marked by a simple granite slnurrho following article from a Texas paper San Antonio Star of De cember in tho 70s may interest your readers Col Benjamin R Milam was a native of Kentucky and served an apprenticeship to the hatters I business in Lexington We first hear of him in Texas in the year 1813 when the vessel on which ho was sailing to join the Repub lican standard in Mexico put into Galveston Island for the purpose of refitting Again wo hear of him in 1819 on his way to Galveston to obtain munitions of war from that noted rover of the seas and lord of that island John Lafitte In 1S20 he visited the city of Moxic and after that he spent most of his time in travel A Wonderful Record- As mad ill by Improved and exact PrescriptionlatiiiR all the womanly functions correct ing prolapsus antoverulsllacCllrtntsjus S slon overcoming painful tonln tho nerves and bring IIng about u perfect state of health It i cures tho backache periodical headaches tho dragglngdown distress in the pelvic region the pain and tenderness over lower abdominal region dries up tho pelvic catarrhal drain so disagreeable weakening and overcomes every form of weakness incident to tho organs distinctly feminine Favorite Prescription Is tho only medicine for women tho makers of which are not afraid to print their formula on tho bottlo wrapper thus tatting their natrons into l con fi once It is tho only medicine for women ovary Ingredient of which has tho strongest possible endorsement of tho most eminent l lIcal practitioners and writers of our dl recommending it for the diseases for which Favorite Prescription is used It Is tho only putill for women sold- through druggists which does not con- taut a large percentage of alcohol so harmful in tho long run especially to delicate women It has more genuine cures to its credit than all other modi tia clues for women combined having saved thousands of sufferers from the operating tablo and the surgeons knife rl tored delicate weak women to strong and vigorous health and virility making motherhood possible where there was barrenness before thereby brighten ing and making happy many thoa-stuulstof homes by tho advent ones to Strengthen tho marital bonds and add sunshine whero gloom and despondency reigned before jthad to Dr R V Pierce Ho will send you good fatherly professional advice in a plain envelope free Address him N Y Dr Picrcos Pleasant Pellets do not They effectually cleanse tho sys Impuritiesr Medical Adviser by Dr Pierce 1003 pages is sent on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only onecent stamps stampsforas above dk tF 1 I 5 KEEPING A GOOD WATCH Is necessary to every man who would succeed in r life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you one of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will J obey them Only standard and reliable movements D11C11Jlace1181ae and we willingly guarantee them toibe accurate timekeepers i 1= = = = NI A SELBERTV ing through tho various parts of that counry until Iturbido as sumed tho royal purple when ho was dragged in fetters to tho cap ital and closely confined in prison until after tho dethronement of tho usurper Thus did ho suffer after having fought for the independence of Mexico until its final achievement We have no do of tho l1nirlnbrendth toils tho sufferings and the pri17 vations ho hall to endure but history tells us that on a number ofI occasions tho little heroic of 800 to which he belonged routed and put to flight over 1200 Mexicans on the river Santander When Santa Anna made himself dictator Milam was again thrown into prison at Monterey but his past services and suffering elicited the sympathy of his jailors which he improved to make good his escape While making his escape from this last imprisonment not knowing that Texas was striking for herself ho was no less pleased than surprised at being surrounded by a band of Americans in tho vicinity of Goliad who had come from Matagorda and old Caney under Collingsworth to take fort and town This was his tlmtI troduction to the Texas and that very night which he was discovered by hisI friends September 9 1S85 ilnmI led a party of those during men to storm tho fort and take the town in which they worn glori ously successful After the excitement of this wonderful achievement had somewhat sub sided ho addressed his com patriots in this language I assisted Mexico to guilt her inde pendence I have spoilt more than twenty years of my life in that country I have endured heat and cold hunger and thirst I have been a tenant of every prison he tweon this and tho cityof Mexico but tho events of this night have fully compensated me for all my losses and all my sufferings His achievements and his su11 ings in tho cause of liberty could not bo more succinctly and Pointedly expressed had wo tho facts and dates before us Slimly after taking Goliad Milam joined tho forces before Sun Antonio Gen Cos with a largo well drained forco was fortified in tho Alamo lund had all tho principal streets access to tho city bar ricaded In this state of things there was doubt entertainedabout the feasibility of taking the place by storm but Milam with tho consent multi approval of Gon Bur loson then in command called for volunteors when 800 bravo souls responded with enthusiastic applause With thoso 800 piokod i men Milam entered San Antonio t i J on December 5 1S85 and fight ing from house to house until the buildings were gained tho Alamo fell on tho 10th and they city was taken with largo quantities of public stores of every description Thus time regular Mexican army yielded to this mere handful of determined neon but tIll dauntless leader of the storm while animating his men to victory foil the slain pierced through ho head by a ball on December 1SIJ5 two days after the com mencement of this desperate at tackCol Milam is described as having been about iortyfive years of age at the time of his death in person about live foot ten inches in height with a heavy iron frame and a fine constitution He had received a fair English education timid was well informed His countenance was open and frank and ho was as generous and true to his frionds as he was bravo and gallant in the face of his enemies Ho fell and was firstIburied on Soledrod street place known as the Veramendi House now owned by Mr Henry Loaner His biographer says The citizens of8nn Antonio have the remains of tho bravo Col B n Milnm in keeping no doubt they are proud of their charge timid will esteem it a great privilege to do honor to his remains PROTRACTED MEETING RevJohn H Burdin pastor ofI Buck Run Baptist Church proItrllctellof yihuservice and the outlook is for a line mooting A cordial invitation is extended to everybody to attend these meet lugs Indigestion stomach trouWo but u symptom of anti not In Itself a true disease think of Fiyspopiln Heivrtburn and Indigestion ns real diseases yet they are symptoms only of n certain specific Nerve sickness nothing else It was this fart that I1rst correctly led Dr Shoop In tho creation of that now very popular Stomach Remedy Pr Shoops RestonUlvu Going direct to tho stomach nerves uloiio brought that success and favor to Dr Sitcom and Iris Restorative With out that original and highly vital principle no such lasting accomplishments were ever to bo had For stomach distress bloating biliousness bad breath and sallow complexion try Dr Stoops Kestomtlve Tablets or Liquid and seo for yourself what It cult and will do Wo sell and cheerfully recommend Dr Shoops Restorative ALL DEALERS 1 r L I h H Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reetiIF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD Rn YJri Ii iI== c = TonnebttK t There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price rj This is the class of trade we seek Our work is strictly HAND MADE and will out wear any ffactorymade job several times over and is soldsunder a GUARANTEE that means SO rE1iTHING If you need a new vehicle of any N kind it will PAY you to see us before buying Vo make a specialty of overhauling and repaint Ling vehicles Write or phone us andour rep resentative will call to see you AVe take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without cost Seller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY H K WAHD President CEDAR GROVE The farmers are busy sowing wheat and gathering corn Mr Will Walters and sister of Frankfort spent Sunday with Mr Gus Dean und family Rev John Beasley preached at Antioch last Saturday night and SundayMr Bryan and Miss Hattie Fleming spent Saturday and Sun n with Mr Ben Marshall and fninilyIMr Ren Hamilton and Miss Ellis Peters attended meeting at Pleasant Ridge lust Sunday Mr John Bryan called on Miss Juliett Fleming Mist Sunday IIiss Mollie Wilson spout last Sunday with Mr Ernest Smith Mr Grover Phillips who has been visiting relatives in Louis ville returned home Saturday Mr Guinn Sudduth and Miss Georgia Flooring spent Sunday evening with Mr Doda Bryan and wife oftropp01S are tl11g l1S n t wr Mr Harry Barber this week Mrs Bettio Glass spout a few days last week with her daughter Mrs Lulu Duvall Mr Carl Hulette says there will lie a wedding before long or sumo one will have to say no- Mr Sam Hulotto is suffering this week with a carbuncle on his neck SWEET WILLIAM IS THE MOON INHABITED Science has proven that tho moon hats an atmosphere which makes lifo in somo forum possible on that satellite but not for human beings who have a hard enough timo on this earth of ours especially thoso who dont know Ileadiand Fever Jaundice Dyspepsia Dizziness Torpid Livor Kidney complaints General Debility and Female weaknesses Unequalled as a general Tonic lull Appetizer for weak persons and especially for tho aged It induces sound sloop Fully guaranteed by all druggists Trice only 50c C M BROAVXIXG Sec and Teas THANKS Maj W H Gorham of this county has placed us under obligations for a nice lot of sweet potatoes They are large fine sweet and very palatable Major will please accept our sincere thanks e OLD FRIENDS GOOD FRIENDS True and tried friends of the family DeWitts Little Early Risers Best for results and best to take Dependable little pills They do not gripe or sickon Sold by J W Gayle VitalQuestions What does the Doctor PrescribeIWhat does theI Druggist Supply Health 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 fill pre scriptions carefully are not careful about tit reliability or potency of the remedies used Vo are careful about both We see to it that all our drugs have the precise strength they should hue ami they aro always com poundeel with scientific ac curacy Jul WUGAYLE Druggist Corner Ann null Broadway Frnukfort Ky N4fd MARRIED ICASSITY JOUETT At the resident of tio brides sister Mrs Tutu C Bridges on Satur day Mr H J Cassityof Owen ton and Miss AdaJouott of this city wore married lit Rev Dr M B Adams of the First Baptist Church Mr Cassity is a woll known and popular bunker of Owonton who is highly esteemed by all who know him His bride is one of Frankfort most warmhearted generous and popular girlsn favorite with all who know her The couple left shortly after the ceremony for Stamping Ground over the F it C Railway thence to their home by private conveyance Thy were the recipients of nirtiv handsome and useful pros outs They have the hearty good wishes of all who know them t CARNEGIE HERO FUND COMMISSION WARDS MEDAL AND CASH TO MIDWA MAN It will be remembered by our renders that on April 2 1000 Mr Rufus K Combs a Midway blacksmith ri ked his life to save our friend Mr Richard Godson I from death by asphyxiation in a gas vault into which ho had gone to see what was obstructing the gas machine at his home in Mid- Way Under the provisions of tin Carnegie Hero Fund Mr Combs has just been awarded a silver medal commemorative of the- daring act and 1500 in cash This will come in very handily as Mr Combs is a pOOl mono His act was more than heroic for there was enmity existing between the two men and Combs was himself cripple- It carne near proving a fatal act for Combs as he had great dim culty in getting Godson out of the manhole in the vault und when he had succeeded in doing so he himself fainted und was unconscious when finally brought outIn this connocticn it would be well for our readers to road the passage from sacred writ showing that men often dare to die for their friends but where one risks death for an enemy it approach nigh to that love that is higher than all oven the love of Christ for his enemies OFFICERS ELECTED BY GRAND LODGE OF MASONS + RTheGrand Lodge of Kentucky of Ancient York Masons which met in Louisville on Tuesday elected tho following oclliers Samuel K Vouch Grand Mas terHenry P Barrett Deputy Grand MasterVirgil P Smith Grand Senior Warden Capt John H Cowlos Grand Junior Warden Capt John H Leathers Grand Treasurer Oiipt H B Grant Grand Sec rotary Tho following were tho appointive oflicers selected Jamos Rondloton Scruggs Grand Chaplain James Albert Hodges Assistant Grand Secretary William Robert Johnson Grand Senior Deacon David Jackson Grand Junior Deacon John Soward Grand Marshal Virgil Pleasant Jones Grand Sword Bearer Harvey Louis Iglehart Grand PursuivantHerman Hugo Erdmnnn Grand Tyler r genuineLaxative the remedy that cures a cold to MM day f k Jr ii it jj BIRTHS 1VILSONAt Sum ithfold on Thursday October 11 to Mr Clarence Wilson and wiftln so- naea OFFICERS GRAND ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER The Grand Chapter of Ken Arch Masons elected the following oflicprs H H Holeman Grand High PriestGeorge A Louis Deputy Grand High Priest- L T Everett Grand King- G Allison Holland Grand ScribeF II Johnson Grand Treas urer Cant H B Grant Grand Sec retary C E Dunn Grand Chaplain Harry Bailey Captain the Host W Gray Lewis Principal So ion met John C Worsham Grand Royal Arch Captain H H Erdniann Grand Sen tinel THE KENTUCKY ANTISA LOON LEAGUE ASKS QUESTIONS OF CANDIDATES The Kentucky AntiSaloon League today sent to the candidates for Congress of all parties the following letter As Executive dicers of the AntiSaloon League it becomes our duty t ask you in common with the other candidates for Con gress tho following questions FirstAre you in favor of the Littlefiold bill placing interstate shipments of liquor under State law from the time they pass the border line of tho State both before and after delivery to the igneeSolondAro you in favor of forbidding collectors from issuing interal revennuo tax stamps in prohibition territory Third Are you in favor of maintaining the anticanteen law governing United States army postsFourthAre you in favor of withholding government appropriations from old soldiers homes in which intoxicating liquors are sold The temperance people of the State are profoundly interested in these measures Your responses or failure to respond will be given to the press keligious and secular as won as ample time has elapsed for us to hear from you II RespectfullyM ADAMS Pres G W YOUNG Supt KentuckyAntiSaloou League e FOUND DEAD Charles Peyton a colored black smith who worked for Georgo Robinson at his shop on Broad way street had been missing since Sunday morning Ofllcers Brown and Reagan went to the room which the mien lived on Wednes day broke open tho door und found the man lying dead on his bed Tho nun had died from a hemorrhage of tho limo body was badly decomposed He was a single man Coroner Graham took charge of tho remains AUTO LINE TO COMMENCE MONDAY On Monday next tho Auto Line from this city to Lawrenceburg will commonco operations Several things combined to prevent too opening of the line last Mon day It is said to bo a sure go this time TRACTION LINE FROM LA GRANGE Advertisements asking bids on the traction lin from this city to Shelbyville LaGrange etc have been put up The promoters say work wjll bo com mended as soon as the con tracts are let OTOR = A Bean Slgaattlre of JI A BEATHS SUTER In this county on Tuesday Mr Harry Sutcr nn DeputySheriff McCUTCHEON In Louisville on Saturday Susan Mcllonry Me ofiThus a double sorrow falls on Mr MoCntchuon His lovely wifo multi dainty bathe both beiiij taken front him The remains wore brought here and laid away by its mother SulphurVaHarry Tones of this city aged U7 years consumption Mrs Jones was a woman of fine charactor anda devout meuibei PresbyterimI at her old homo for several months in hopes of regaining her broken health Mr Tones was summoned and was at her bedside when the end came He is an employe of the HopteMontgomory Shoe Co Besides her desolate husband she loaves five children to mourn her untimely end The remains wore buried in tin cemetery at the old hone The sympathy of many friends here are extended the bereft fan nyEM MITIn Cincinnati Ohio on Saturday Mr Guy N Emmit Sr aged about 50 years Mr Emmitt was a graduate of the Kentucky Military Institute and while attending that institiv IvaIMiles of this city Ho was reared at Louisville and continued a citizen of that city for several years after his marriage Later he accepted a position with Messr- sJ E Miles rC Son as their book keeper re moving to this city Ho has lived here ever since A year or more since his health failed and sonic month or so ago he went to a sanitarium at Cincinnati in the linic of rotoration- Ji sides it ifo he leaves four son John M Guy N Jr Nor huh lId Warwick Emmit and one laughter Miss Emily to mouvn his untimely loath The remains were brought here on Saturday and the funeral services were directed from his late home on Fourth avenue on Sun day afternoon by Rev J 11 Sev erance of the Christian Church after which they were deposited in our cemetery e HUMAN BLOOD MARKS A tale of horror was t ld marks of human blood in tile homo of J W Willams a well known merchant of Bac Ky Ho writes Twenty years ago I had severe hemorrhages of time lungs and was near death when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery It completely cured no and I have remained well over since n It ewes Hemorrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Colds and Bronchitis ii mid is the only known cure for Weak Lungs Every bottle guaranteed by nIl druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free HEARNES HORSE SALh Mr W F Hearno held his sec ond hoiEO sale on Thursday and it was It decided success Jhe prices wero very satisfactory to both buyers and sellers Auctioneer Shown Itor conducted the atYaSr A number of buyers were present froth other This has become quite a feature of Mr He rimes business NO MANUFACTURER OR SELLER OF LIQUORS NEED APPLY Time Grand Lodge of Masons at its mooting in Louisville adopted a resolution that hereafter no man manufacturing or selling spirituous liquors shall bo admit ted to any Lodge in this jurisdic tion The vote was practically unanimous Dr Weaver Treatmeat fenpte the blood Ctrae tor nptfeu lt 1111 1 ling tJ1CSt i1l IPromotcsDigeslionChccrfuf r OmumiMorphine nor Mineral NOT NARC OTIC crPe fOlilIJrSWllEfJD- QIElJfnf BJul SJII Anile acts 8u6M11r JIfirm Seed It dJir Aperfectilemedy for Constipa Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP 1j TacSitnile Signature of p NEW YORK LCT COPYCF WUAPpes J CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDM E N T TO BE VOTED ON BY CITIZENS AT NOVEMBER ELECTION The following Is the constitutional 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 provision is well worth careful reading An Act relating to amendment of section 145 of the Constitution relating to suffrage and elections Be it enacted by tho General Assem buy of the CommonwealtH of Ken tucfcy 1 That upon the concurrence of threefifths of all the members elected to each house the yeas and nays being taken thereon and entered in full In their respective journals section 145 of the Constitution of Kentucky bean it is amended by adding a fourth paragraph to said secton containing the following words towlt Persons who have not at least sixty days before the election at which they offer to vote paid in full all State county municipal district and school taxes due by them for the year previous to the one in which they offer to vote That section 145 of the Constitution of Kentucky relating to suffrage and elections be amended to read as follows t Every male citizen of the United States of the age of twentyone years who has resided in the State one year and the county six months or the precinct in which ho offers to vote sixty lays next preceding the election shall be a voter in said precinct and not elsewhere but the following persons 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 misdemeanor as the General Assembly play declare from the right of suffrage but persons here bv exclude may bo restored to their civil rights by executive pardon 2 Persons who at the time of the election are in confinement under the 11enalI3 Idiots and insane persons Persons who have not at least sixty days before the election at which they offer to vote paid in moll all State county municinal district and school- t ixos rune by thom for the year pre lollS to the one In which they offer to vote CAN YOU WIN Can YOU win You realize that to win in anything theso days re quires strength with mind and body in tune A man or woman organsisor a lays play How oan they expert to Kodol For pepsia contains tho digcstio- juices ofn healthy stomach and will put your stcmach in shape to porform its important function of supplying the body and brain with strength building blood Sold by J W Gayle Dr Weavers Treatment 11nppariJeulle Wood Cerate heap Ida eeertiSW CASTO RIA or Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought II Bears the- Signature t of They Kind You Have Always Boug- htCASTORIA jfII UTAH ITIlEPACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The new trains will leave St Louis a in daily Tho evonintrtrains to same points ItlO m daily Double daily service- Through sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale further information call on or address R T G MATTHEWS IFor Pass Aut Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Pass 8 Ticket Agt tit Louis Mo ONLY RAILROAD I I SOUTH I EQUIPPED WITH I I IELECTRIC BLOCS SIGNALS I I AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY FROM CINCINNATII TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES South rir Southeast and Southwest t r For Information and Rata Addrrr- H C KINO C P It T 111 E Main St MasgetTiW OARRE1IT Urneral W C RINEARSON P Ciaduatlo I lt ATTENTION BUILDERS NOW IS BHRN BUILDINC TIME l St t9 tz7sa r ACEN ION HtV A rhlnn rector will conduct services as tonnes JMSOji n III Prnyur and Sermon 7JU p in Prnyer ivciilng prayer at 7 pm- K very body invited to attend M B on night at Seats free 0 R will preach at n in at 030 a in in the chapel Society meets at 700 in the chapel nt 7 meets at 4olocl Kev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 7t0 a m High Mass at a at 2 p in at 7JJO p in FIRST Rev Dr II g Dusker of Ky will preach at a in nod 7iJO p in SOa in Young Peoples Society of at 510 m Prayer nwuting evening tit 730 p Rev 10A the pastor will preach utIn m and 780 p m Rev Dr H A M of hurt well Ohio will preach at oclocka in The ninny friends of this will thus have an to hear at ii45 a m League at 545 p in Prayer nneeting on at 745 p 4 Rov Win Crowe the pastor Will conduct a special service at a in There will be no service Sundny Fclwol at 04l i a in invited to attend Sunday school every Sunday HIS In with a from State Pen body of tho Now York Life Co came hero 011I and was by the by Mr Prew itt as to why that had Mr as for told the that the tho to any of its at any time if it was best for the com and while ho did not tho hud any to make that g ho would say that while t Hisc a tIn was tho ho was on the in wiry as to tho 1 and of tho was c to it and that wijs the reason ho was Ho said dint the as well claim to have tho of any other ment nod of LC jJ1 iJlIt iI Y ONLY BEST a of Crimp Roofing One and Two Ply Floroid Roofing Ply Felt Roofing Slaters Felt and Paper Lime Cement Salt 307o09 Main Sts CfK5 Oji Er 307309 Main nSraszrAnacavrcmanxrucr REJRCIX0U3 EPISCOPAL CIIUUCH MimliiyFchnol Evening Sorinnn- Wtdnesdny BAPTIST CHUllCHKev prcachr1mPrayernieetlnK Wednesday chapelrtU1HISTIA CHUKOHBov Christian Endeavor Prayermeeting Wednesday evening chapelThe Tuesday afternoon Everybody Invitedf- CATHOLIC C1IUHCII Sumlayechoul Vespers PitEsBYTKRIAN CHURCH Louisville SundayFfhool Christian Endeavor Wednesday Visitors cordlallyjwelcomed1- MET1IOU1ST CHURCH Vtuiyht Henderson eloquent preacher opportunity him- Sundayschool Epworth Wednesday evening JIIISOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH evening Everybody BELLEPOINT CHAPEL afternoo- nPRESIDENT PEABODY SPEAKS MIND compliance summons Insurance Commis sioner Prowitt President Mutual Insurance Tuesday questioned lawyers engaged dismissed Biscoo company Hindman General Agent Kentucky- Mr11 Peabody virtually commissioner company claimed right dismiss agents deemed panys interest believe Commissioner authority inquiry shunt knocking1 company rsuch prevent proper legitimate increase business which naturally ming dismissed Commissioner might oversight companys employ dismissal employes pont Neglect our Roof BUT BUY THE We carry Full Line V Steel Three Building eece 0COa thins never hoard of before Ho claimed that it was nn inter ference in private affairs unwar ranted by law or custom Mr Peabody made a manly straightforward statement that made many friends for him among those who heard the examination represrnte1byLoui HJe as legal counsel who is a brotherinlaw of Mr Hind man Altogether it looks like the Commissioner of Insurance had caught a bear that ho would be glad to lot go of and was shown to have overstepped the bounds of his authority SALES OF REAL ESTATE Mr Bon S Hughes has sold the old Tas M SufI ell residence on the Lawrencoburg pike next to the distillery to Mr Frank II Rossen and took in the trade Mr Rossens residence recently purchased from Mr 13 J Roberts 011 Campbell street and 1250 cash for the SaUell place which contains about ton acres besides the dwelling Messrs L B Marshall tC Co BenlSJudge W C Hemdon on Avenue formorlv JfoulthI Capt E M Drano for cash 0 MYSTERIOUS SHOT John Guy a colored youth at work for the Frankfort and Versailles Traction Co was shot in the loft leg by a stray bullet onI Tuesday The party who the shot is not known Dr R JI Goblin extracted tho Fall and rendered all necessary surgical nttuntiuni A FAMILY SAFEGUARD Dr Green arranges with the Niece of Dr Be Kchec to hag le her fatuous Uncles Great IThroalllml I uug Cure The best family safeguard Is a reliable household me that will cure croup coughs colds chilly sensations running eyes and nose sore throat and bronchial affections that will keep the children proof against all contagious diseases JSuck a is Uoschee3 German Syrup which has a record of 35 years in the cure of consumption catarrh and all lung and bronchial troubles JThe fame of German Syrup as a consumptive cure since its purchase by Dr Green from the niece of the famous Dr Boschee has extended to all parts of the earth It has big sales everywhere qTwo sizes 250 and 75c druggUtfc For solo by J W Qayle N f itu a M Id CHOATEVILLE Peoplo are about done making molasses Gathering corn is in progress this e kI3 Mr Irvine and Miss Myrtle Moore attended meeting at Ohoateville Sunday Mr John Chambers who hits been very ill this woekwo are betterIouing Miss Preaching at North Benson Baptist Churchovory third Satur day evening null Sunday morning and evening by Rev J M Taylor You are cordially invited to at tendMiss Bertha Johnson who has been visiting friends at Benson has returned home i Mr Henry Huletto called on Miss Eilie Huletto Sunday Rev N E Florence has re signed his position at the Choate ville Christian Church and has accepted another call- Er Reynolds Jlnmilton called on Miss Ellis peters Sunday evening Mr Thurman Ponce called on his best girl Sunday Mr Dun Moore called on Miss Ethel Hulette Sunday Mr T D Moore and family spout Sunday with Mr Jim Moore and wife Mr Clark Harrison called on Miss Juliette Fleming Sunday A sad event occurred on Wed nesday lust the death of the infant child of Mr Rufus Bryant and wife of Stoney Creel l ov M B Adams D D conducted time funeral services and tIll babe was laid away in the Choateville Cemetery on Friday afternoon elosellatMr Curl Hulette who hits hem visiting Mr laid Mrs John Ilay don iit Mt Zion hums ivturned home Mr Roscoo Sudduth called on Miss Archie Barbour last Sunday llisslGoldieJULIETTE BUY THE BEST Ifan article ia imitated tho original is always bost Think over and whoa to itI that box of salvo tokeep tho house got DoWitts Hael Salvo Good for ooema tetter hoils iuts and bruises and especially recommended for piles Sold byr W Gaylo rCOLORED ATTORNEY- Rev r M Holt colored paster of tho St Johns A M K Church of this city hits boon examined and licensed to practice law and will be admitted to tho bar of this county It is said that ho will abandon tho pulpit LittleEarly Risers The famous litUo pill j w 1r l I J DEATH OF MRS JEFFERSON DAVIS Mrs Jefferson Davis widow of the President of tho Southern Confederacy passed quietly away after a weeks illness of pneu mOil in in her rooms at the Ma jostle Hoteltin New York City on Tuesday last aged about 0 yetis Mrs Davis was a gracious cul tivated and refined lady of the old Southern school Her only laughter Mrs Hayes ba1olyiclosing scenes Mrs Davis was a devout Christian and in all tho sorrows that camo to her lot was sustained by the Christians faith LETTER LIST The following Is the list of advertised elttfiy for the week ending Oct iU Andrews Thos S Barton Willie B CardwellyJohn Will A Clark Lillle Crawford Mrs SusieiEdger J IL Ford Roy E Finn Florn- Hazelrigg Miss G Harp Guy Hides Annio T Hooper Mrs A H Hudson Miss B X Keth MIssT Margie Keystone Drug Co McDormott James Montz Mrs C F McGlnton James Owens J Rlch1IIlson Mrs J C White Miss Smile Wluti cnlllnj for the above letters please say advertised GEO LBARNESPM Two Dyspeptics If you arotoo fat it is because your food turns to fat instead of musclestrengthI If you are too lean the that you eat are not properly digested and assimilated Lean thin stringy people do not hanIenough Pepsin in tho stomach people have too much Pepsin and not enough PancreatineKodol Dyspepsia Cure contains all tho digestive juices that art found in a healthy stomach and exactly those proportions necessary to organlIbut it is a reconstructive tis 6uo building tonic as well Hiodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn Palpitation of tho Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh UU1 or cent ilzo Prepared at tae BCoCh1cego cr toryoIEOD LAI FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE Iit Vi i v4 M IiI MORE IM piiOPM1TS TI 3 14nhis lot in the West End so long known as the Hurvie Lo- tSTRAYEDJ e REWARD myfOctober 0 strayed from place near Stamping one POLAND CHINA SOW black and whito spots right ear X cropped little Will pay 2 re ward for her return J B WATT Stamping Ground Kyt72t Street Car Schedule J Cars leave Capital Hotel FOR SOUTH FRANKFORTh620 a m and every 20 minutes unrtil 1020 p FOR PARK LINE ft 015 a m and every 4Q minutes until 1015 p m1FOR LEESTOWN G85 a in and every 40 minutes til j 1030 p in F C V Traction Co J D SALIEE Supt H2 va t FrankfOrt II11OMII1I RUfThe Midland Route Local Tiiue Table In Eflect June olh 1905 tt eiA ob1DAIL KXOSfT A u Xotl P u n tlNo83Lv D FrnnXfort Ar ii IJSnmiutt IS Blknurn Switzer 0 S 0 5s Stamping Ground 0 Tohnmm bo iti217j Georgetown W S Dpot 251 X wtown h Cuiiterville 1040jO a HI Ii Elizabeth 717 IPnli Jinftn3a 70 Lv Jonntcts nt Georgetown Union Depot with Q lCt- ortneets at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky CfiitrHl Joiwwti at Frankfort Union Depot with L = =gbfVIX JoHAXKtohT S CINUL NA T FVIA L A HIA PM a hr Frankfort Ar i2 7J Lv Georgetown Arf 3 15 iAr Lv Saul arTVEGV RA VIA IPtittsA1 PI r i Lv FranUfori Ar 20 Jl Lv Georgetown Ar 75j a Lv Ar li rtAr Chteinmmtti Lv KKXTUCI OKXTUAL K POINTSai Wr 2iA L itttniuorti 11i 25A720P 47P Ij IA A Georgetown A U04AI025P 2Si Puns L UtAI15PStJPl MP Uiluuond L 0A SSP uA Chicitumtt L53P-Uu li lUJPKK a 1r HAY i rts inuiKml KUt U A j Ioor Chesapeake Ohio Ry J Schedule in cuVut July 1 subijiit tu change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West Southwest HUU A 31 amid lb H P Dully For Washington HuUiiiiurc Wiiluile pithy New York Ujvljmgnd Old i Loiut amid 1018 A and 741 1 M Daily litflyr i i jAJ I PLAN TO SOLVE THE POSTAL PROBLEM IThe Periodical Publishers Asso ciation Will Suggest n Perma nent Postal Tribunal told the Department May Indorso It there will soon be presented to the Postal Commission which by direction of Congress is inquiring into the working of second class mail regulations to learn whether its classification should not bo giuunded upon practical rather than ideal distinction a plan for the settlement of the disputes over classification long troubling the Postollico Department This plan it is expected will take the place of the proposal of the De partment everywhere warmly de nounced to combine the second 1and third classes of mail at a uniform rate of four cents a pound Tlv J stion comes from the Poritalinl Publishers Association the organization of ningnzino nnd weekly newspaper publishers representing all the prominent periodicals in the country It is in effect that tIll Commission recommend to Congress the creation of a permanent postal tribunal on the lines of the Interstate Commerce Commission to deal with problems in postal class ification as the other Commis sion deals with railroad rates Such a commission it is con tended would speedily settle dis putes which now cause so much l friction between the Department t and tho publishers and at tho same time would rid the second class mail of the many sheets masquerading as periodicals while really nothing moro than gratui tously circulated advertising me diums The effect of such a clearance would greatly reduce the de ficit from second class mail hand ling told would render abortive r agitation for an increase in tho second class rate The Publishers Association will suggest that such a commission be composed of threo members one of whom should he familiar with the publishing business It should have jurisdiction over all matters of postal classification with an appeal only to tho United States Circuit Court It should have tho right to dour tho use of the mails to violators and to pass on all applications for admission to second elassjjprivileges With such a commission weed ing out offenders agaist the pos r tal regulations the Association believes that the present rate fort second class until should stand except possibly in regard to free sample copies periodicals The plan has been submitted already to tho Postollico authorities und is likely to have their endorse ment If the Commission accepts 1it it will probably he enacted into law at the next session of Congress and permanently end tho troubles of tho PostoHico De partment over second class mail rates CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- BiiIlaturn of KINGS DAUGHTERS CONVENTION The Kings Daughters Conven tion of Kentucky meets in Louisville Ky November 0 and 7 All members of tho order are re quested to attend MRS NELLIE S COX Corresponding Secretary oe Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digstts what you sat PupJ j L rO a 1E QUEEN QUALITY STYLES FOR FALL 4 Queen Quality Fall Styles Embody about everything that is authoritative in shoe making for Women 4 Every possible Style from the Dainty Evening Shoe of Patent Kid to the 1x4 Heavy Button Street Boot of Calf Skin is included true New Spanish Models Plain Toe Short Vamp and High Cuban Heel in Lace and But r ton Patent Colt and Button Gun Metal laid are especially attractive rr R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY t tRL CAUSE FOR ALARM The late Dr Boardman of Phil adelphia used to relate this on himself I preached a funeral sermon at one time and spoke on tho resurrection Inm sure I spoke longer than was my custom Tho undertaker was a plan of nervous temperament and tho afternoon was going he began to be anxious to bo on the WHY to the cemetery Ho finally whis pered to one ofmy members Does your minister always preach ns long as that at a fulmer- al4411e11said the brother that is a good sermon Yes said the undertaker the sermon is nIl right and I believe in the resurrection but I am afraid if ho does not stop pretty soon I will not get this man buried in time Philadelphia Ledger The now Pure Food avid Drug Law will mark it on the label of every Cough Cure containing Opium Chloroform or any other stupifying or poisonous But it passes Dr Shoops CoughI Cure as made for twenty years entirly free Dr ShoopnIl along has bitterly opposed the use of all opiates or narcotics Dr Shoops Cough Cure is absolutely safe oven for tho youngest babe and it cures it does not simply suppress Get a safe mild reliable Cough Cure by simply insisting on having Dr Shoops Let tho taw lie your protection Wo cheer fully recommend and snll it All dealers THEY ARE IN DANGER I see that an English maga zine muckraker hUH discovered that Charles Dickens didnt have the instincts of a gentleman Mercy what will he think of William Shakespeare FOR TRAVELERS And those who find It not con voni ont to use lath1e Williams Indian Ton will rouoivo tho sumo oxeol lent results from using Father Williams Indian Herb Tablets They are made from the same pure Herbs and are a mild laxative but not a racking cathartic For Consitpation Sink Headache Indigestion Dyspepsia Sick Stom ach Jiilliousnoss and Malaria they will be found invaluable They tire positively tho best Liver Regulator 25 doses 20 cents 50 doses 85 cents For sale by Frank fort Drug Co 8 rjjIktiy 1lh riLt9N t l 4t S2BO This Handsome Rocker beautifully finished hi Oak or Mahogony would 10 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 nnd nt 9 maul p1II Leave Purls every hour from 0 u in to 7 p in and 10 p in Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from a in to 7 p in and nt 9 and p in Leave Georgetown every hour from till- m to 8 p in and at p in Versailles Division Learn Lexington from center over tour from 0t m to 0p in anti nt 8 and 10 p Leave Versailles very hour from 7 in to 7 p in and nt 9 and p in Im E T Phono 010 Homo Phono 74 R T GUNN Manager JItf RAILROAD TIME TABLE L N Louisville Accommodation leaves B40a in Louisville Accommodation returns 015 p tram West 085 a in Train West H50p in Train Kast 04fl n in Train gust 420 p in C0W- estbound 909 a m Westbound 814 p in Eastbound 1018 a in Eastbound 741 p in F 0 Leaves for Paris 020 a in Returns 1325 a m Leaves for Paris 900 p in Returns 720 p m JW WATSON Ticket Agent TWO SPECIALS R ROGERS SONS a LEXINGTON EASTERN J Ii SUMMER TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE 9 1008 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No Dully 1A M INo2 PM Leave S3SO tRmkorabove price To see it is to buy it ti i1 AND RALWAYCOMPANY SEPT if JttI 11 iL il 1No1 A JJ fiDDally f 1Iz 1I Jl Lexington 0 1hi aos i 812 20 Winchester l 910 520 824 L E Junction 859 J IIW 110I Clay Cityml25 t 4SWStanton j4QClllllptOIl Junction rW I1I1i7 IIIUS Bridge 45i 62TOllcnt 780 842 518 Buatty villo Junction 707 820 4 iiiiI 545I 194 IJacksonJunction 640I 261ji 25Af T fJTrain connect with tho Mountain con MJunctionC tonamp trill for piniiHdKOHml Cuinpton f rTrnlns tho LA for Beattyville Junction Iiett yulef0 K Junction SSlSn5 on t8ho K connect lay with the O K By for 4iw MCDOWELL CHARLES SCOTT rJ General Manager O P A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY = No DailyEx INo8undI I Stations Ex No UIJI Ar Ex No 211 tIs t IA MLvoPM LyeIAMAr PMAr o 9JO 285 Jackson 1120 0 280 O K Junction 811 1126 WiUl1lHt U7 1152 tHampton 430 1158 Leo City 610 122J 10I 8431I HehJchs 618 1228 Cannel City 645 1246 Nos and 22 will make close connection at O Jt K Junction with Noa 8 and for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent