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I lif L y I THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUTII 1 GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS l1 irs 100 In Advlutcet == l YOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 IOOG Nor 8 f CORKERS AND TWISTERS By Bald headed Ike The old Steadmantown dirt GeorgeIending on the Peaks Mill pike ntc the Tunes farm is about throo miles long and is the only high way from Frankfort to Switzer as connecting two important and populous sections of the county One mile of the road was mac adamized years ago and the other two miles are rocky rough and almost impassible in winter It is much traveled Is the county so poor and the county court so devoid of public spirit that it can not macadamize this two miles of road Where are magistrates Noel and Graham- S The Peaks Mill pike beyond Cove Hill is worn in places down to bed rock So are some other TI pikes Down to the bottom of iilwI well dressed in his best suit of clothes exclaimed old Jordan when he heard the street railway company had dropped from ten to two cars and from ten minutes to fiftyminute trips The drop Irma a third to a fifth class city came with the proverbial dull thud Climbers of Cemetery Hill will probably make their next trip in the suburban car next J unoISaud True has a now method fi J catching catfish Ho goes nut to Elkhorn Creek gets some elastic willow switches clears the bank ofweeds and sots snares baited with chicken liver a few yards from the water The catfish t come out of tho water swallow the bait and start back to the creek 1110 bending switches re act and jerk the fish back on the bank After several fruitless efforts the fish finally get tired and submit to be gathered into the bushel basket True carries on his arm They are readily sold at one dollar a pound The magnificent drapery of green gold and scarlet spread over the maple trees by the chung jug loaves of fall is the challenge of coloring made by nature to painter to imitate and to poet to describe And yet how fruitless for the one to attempt topaint and for the other to picture the gorgeous scone that nurture has spread so lavishly before admiring eyes The variegatedc1cnrpot made by the falling leaves is fit for the trend of queens and princes richer in hues than comes from the weavers loom and light almost as the down that falls from the thistles bloom The first snow fall drove the bare arms of the lassies to cover 1theSeveral years ago the debt of tho city bondedntl1 floating reached the largo sum of 485000 oan not be any less now It fIt take a giant monkey wrench squeeze from any city official even an approximate estimate of what the debt now aggregates Reason why because they know dontI b lf rtr ji JlV jlt AUTO LINE TO LAWRENCE BURG When the two big automobile cars oracle thoir initial trip to Lawrencoburg on Monday they conIditioJ1end that tho managers have postponed the regular running of the cars until the road can bo put in proper shape A big party of business men members of tho Business Mens Club filled the two cars and had a very enjoyable visit to the pretty little capital of Anderson They wore royally entertained by the Business Mens Club of Lawronceburg and came homes greatly pleasod with the outlook for closer business relations with that place In tho meantime tho freight car will be run for tho transportation of packages at least part if the way and so soon as tho road is in condition tho passenger car will enter regularly upon tho busi floss e oHIDDEN DANGERS Nature Gives Timely Warnings That no Frankfort Citizen Can AfiVrd to Ignore Danger Signal No1 comes from the kidney secretions They will jwarn you when tho kidneys are sick Well kidneys excrete a clear amber fluid Sick kidneys sOlid out a thin pale and fonm or a thick rod illsmelling urineI full of sediment and irregular of passage Danger Signal No 2 comes from tho hack rock pains dull and heavy or sharp and acute tell you oi sick find warn you of tho coming of dropsy diabetes and Brights disease Doans Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys nndI cure them pornmnontly Heros proofW grocer of 8150 Todd street says Being in tho drug business a good many years and a graduate pharmacist and my knowledge of medicine was sufficient to prove that my kidneys woro not performing the work which nature intended they should for I suffered a great lolls from a persistent aching pain across tho small of my back and tho secretions from tho kidneys were highly col red and so irregu law especially ut night that my rest was greatly disturbed It was not until somo two or throo years ago that I learned about Doans Kidney Pills and I sent to a largo neighboring city and got a box I gained so much from the use of those pills that I pro nounce thorn a kidney remedy of unequal merit My lust supply was procured at J W Gaylos drug store and I take a close of thorn once in a while as a tonic for the kidneys A number of friends of mine to whom I have recommended Downs Kidney Pills have used thorn with groat benefit For sale by all dealers Price fiOUlItS ostfrllilhnrn Co- Buffalo Now York solo agents for tho United States Remember tho name Doans and take no othoLIAT tIicnlcounty and of tho vitriolic lan guage used in the Kentucky State Journal n suit was filed by Col Noel Gaines on Monday last against that paper and Mr W P Walton its editor for tho sum orimjj fftkMCk Vt 4 ftir11Ri EDISON PERFORMS ANOTHER MIRACLE Wizard Said to have Solved Prob lem of Cheap Power for Motor CnrrwgoI Thomas A Edison has accomi plished a surprso for the world Ho has worked out successfully tho problem of cheap power Ho promises to put on the market within six months a new storage battery which will enablo every titan to travel in his own private carriage at the cost of car fare says a Now York telegram Without danger without break downs without cost almost a carriage once supplied with the new power for 200 will travel without repairs for fifteen years for 100000 miles if necessary ays the wizard Ho reiterates the declaration that ho has solved the problem of congested trump in tho big cities of tho world as soon as ho can manufacture enough of them Ho is erecting two large factory buildings now nearly completed and is instal ing in them new machinery pecially for the manufacture ofItho motor battery In fifteen years from now horse will bo a curiosity wo shall bo paying 50 cents to look at him ill side shows said Edison to an interviewer I never believed that nature so prolific of resources could pro vide only lead as a material in gredient of the battery said Mr Edison I have always found i her ready for an emergency and hosed on this confidence that she hats never betrayed communed diligently with her One duty I discovered that nickel rust was as good as lead Then I thought I had accomplished the task But ho hadnt to the satisfac tion of his commercial instinct The question of tho weight of the battery was most important was that of its durability IHI rust failed other things everything the ingenious Edison could with his trained scientific mind conceive failed Then tried cobalt ho said Cobalt boing one of tho 1l0t metals the problem was not solved scoured the country to find cobalt in sufficient quantities to warrant its use and discovered lots of it in Canada in Wiscon sin Ill Oregon in Kentucky Then I know that I wits all right One of the most difficult prob lems in metallurgy is to separate cobalt from tho ores with which it is assoninted At present it is done only at great expense and so for the last fow months we have boon divising a plan of getting cobalt out of the ore cheaply within a ratio of cost already cal culated tor the price of each cel Now I can positively promise that tho new battery will be on tho market in the spring The fac tory buildings are ready and the machinery is being installed The actual cost of recharging tho now battery is a matter of a few cents per cell the greatest achievement being in making a motive power of light weight in compact shape 111 1nhmu all endurable IAIThe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of Ciy IrIKINGB DAUGHTERS BOX PARTY oho Kings Daughters of Stead mantown Circle will give a box party at tho Church Schoolhouse tonight Saturday Everybody invited A good time assured Dr Weaver Treatment nppurWOli the blood Cerate heal skiD erllllt1oM C KAGIN BROSIReadytoWear Department Attract Buyers from many miles away Great Values and Very Little Prices Combined with I Large Varities Theso are features that are making this store talked about all over the city find iu almost every home and for a groat distance around Values arc constantly found here that can not ln duplicated elsewhere Here below we mention u fow good values we Ladies Tailored Suits made of novelty suitins military jacket plaited skirt neatly tailored a stylish suit only iOO Ladies Tailored Suits made of Janno Cheviot Novelty Suiting Broadcloth and Phi id Mixtures elegantly tailored in the very latest Now York styles Extra values at 2000 Many suit 2500 fHOOOaml 1000 Long Coats made of Novelty Mixtures MOO Ladies Long Coats 50 inch length made of Plaid and Fancy Mixtures 750 Ladles Long Coat made of beautiful quality pluck Kersoy loose back style collar and sleeves trimmed with braid This is a wonderful value at 1250 Many other Coats in black Kersey Covert and Novelty Mixtures at 000 1000 1250 to 2500 300The 300 Coats are made of beautiful imitation Bear Skin and ih in blue red brown told white They are tho best Coat w have ever seen at tho price Astrican Coats in exquisite styles at 600 Better irnule Beer Skin stud Plush Coats finely tailored 750 C 1IC X aax or J MAN ELECTED VICE Dr C A Fish of this city was reelected Vice President of the State Convention of Homeopathic at their meeting in Louisville this wok Dr Fish is a fine young physi cian a lid surgeon industrious energetic well posted in his profession and with all a popular1 entlLinin DID YOU KNOW Fathor William Indium Tea cathfiid in the Rocky Mountains hots directly on tae Mucous Mem brane the blood unto cleanses iho entire system of tho microbes putt germs of Catarrh Hay Fever Asthma Bronchitis Coughs anti Colds To till sufferers of theses troubles wo recommend it believing a course of Father Williams M uli oine will produce hotter results than any other in the mnrket Tea or tablet forum 20 oonts For sale by Frank fort Drug Co HOME As we noted last year our friend Dr U V Williams hits boon a banana for tho last three years tho first produced After sot in Dr Williams hail the plant it cnn hardly bn called a troo set out on tho west side of his ollice on Elks Place and carefully tended it until it became necessary on account of the up preach of cold weather to trans for it bank to his conservatory at his residence on Steole street The fruit matured this week I Most Dependable Styles I 1 neighborhood otterrLADIES SUITS extraordinary vjiluesatf2i50 LADIES COATSLa- dies Infants Childrens Cloaks Specials KAGIN BRO FKANKFOKT PRESIDENT Physicians 18Icultivating treeI fruitI and Dr Williams household par tookof it at supper on Wednesday y last Wo suppose this is the only in stance where this fine fruit ever nurtured in Kentucky We congratulate the genial doc tor upon his triumph r e Preventios as the name implies prevent all Colds and Grippe when stngtI candy tablets Prevent ies dissipate all colds quickly tend taken early when you first feel that a cold ii coming they checkand prevent them Preventies ire thoroughly safe for children and as eflectualA rhnleuudeclboxes by all dealers BADLY fITOI Mr Tot Daily whilo at orklt with a derrick at tho now capitol tbuilding on Wednesday had thelmisfortune to have tho derrick t roll on his foot mashing all the bones in his toes as flat as pos i siblo The injury was a very painful one- Surgical r attention was rendered at once TKEKS PLANTS VINES Our General Catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever glens Shrubs Grape Vines Rhubarb Asparagus Small Fruits npplicntionWo direct to tho planter II F HILLEN MEYER SONS Lexington Ky Sept 298m Dr Weavers Treatment Sjiup for tho blood uto for elfin erapttomi j f1 i tiJttJ 1 ii t 1OUR OOI T9 L ITlI CSD7S7JaaG73RYr7KGft7l i3 I t PERSONAL = == = = == ==Mrs Jas A Yioktt is visiting rela tives at Bagdad Rev J 1 Polk South visited in Lex ington this week Mrs S M Saulley is visiting her parents III Stanford Dr V A H Ivaltenbrun has gone to Battle Creek Mich Mr L H Finnell visited relatives in Shelbyville on Sunday Mr1 W Marksbury of Cincinnati was a visitor here this week Mr Ed Kershaw made a business trip to Lexington this week Mr Chas J Clark of Louisville was a visitor here on Sunday Mr Robt S Moses of Louisville was in the city on Tuesday Col Edward Fennell returned Wed nesday from a trip to Lexington Mr Geo T Davis went to Versailles to attend circuit court this week Mrs Ed E Abbett is visiting rela tives at her old home In Warsaw Mr Edmund Taylor returned on Monday night from New York City Mrs Win Todd of Madison Ind is the guest of friends in the county Mr G L Talbott and wife of La Grange were visitors here this week Mrs 7n1 Duiguid of Ghent is visiting relatives in this city and count Mr B D Warfield of Louisville was in the city on legal business Thurs dayMr Geo A Miller of the Frankfort Chair Co left Wednesday for Chicago IllsMr Lindsey Shea of Cincinnati is the guest of his mother on Broad wayMrs V A H Kaltenbrun and child i are guests of her parents in Louis rule Miss IzeUa Wright visited her sister Mrs W A Brown in Louisville this week Mrs C E Booe visited relatives at her old home in Flemingburg this D P Rowland of Danville was the guest of Mr W S Farmer this Richard Hopple of Lexington isthe guest of her sister Mrs Sam J P Hostetter and daughter are guests of friends in Woodford E C ORear Is visiting her son Mr Prentiss ORear near Mt SterlingCol A Scott returned Thurs day from a trip to Ashland on legal Jas W Hughes Jr is the guest of her mother Mrs Cochran at EminenceMrs L Butler Somerset was the guest of her father Mr W1 Hushes this week air H K Ward of the Seller Carriage Co Versailles was in the city M Beckner of Winchester attended the Court of Appeals on Wednesday Mrs S J Zeigler and daughter little Miss Lucy are visiting relatives at Lexington firs Cecil Farmer who has been visiting relatives in Danville has rev turned home Miss EloIse Booo has returned to the Cincinnati Musical College after a visit at homo Miss Margaret J Russell is the guest of her brother Mr Jim C Rus sell in Louisville Mrs Jno F Davis who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs Wi T a i BIG CLOAK AND SOIT ALM Our Immense Stock of Cloaks and Suits hn Is pleasing hosts of buyors of these Garments Our sales are larger that ever before Largest Selection Best Styles Moderate Prices i Is what catches the crowd J Jii lf i BiiekntT in Shclbyville has returned home Mr1 D Coke Jr of Louisville visited relatives in the city and county the first of the week Mrs Alice Stewart Lobban of Fort Worth Texas visited this city her old home this week Mr W C Woods of Lawrenceburg was in the city on Monday and made us a pleasant call Col Robt E Woods Postmaster at Louisville was the guest of friends here on Wednesday Dr C A Fish attended the Conven tion of Homeopathic Physicians at Louisville this week Miss Mary Belle Taylor left Thurs day for Paducah to attend the wedding of Miss Ruby Corbett Mr J W Marksbury of Cleveland Ohio who was a visitor here this week returned home Monday Mrs Win E Bradley and sons William and Udolpho have returned from their European trip Miss Nora Miller of this office spent Sunday with her uncle Mr Jno A Herring in Georgetown Miss Artie Ripy of Lawrenceburg who has been the guest of Miss Alice Farmer has returned home Forks of Elkhorn this week Misses Fannie and Jennie Rumpf who have been visiting friends In Cin cinnati have returned home Mrs M A Selbert and daughter Miss Carrie left Wednesday for a visit to relatives in Cincinnati Rev T F Taliaferro and wife have returned from a visit to their daughter Mrs R B Colvin in Falmouth Mr Sam C Bull Jr of Greenville Miss who has been the guest of his mother left for home Thursday Mrs Dan McElligott and two daugh ters Nora and Anna Margaret visited friends in Lexington on Sunday Mr Tarlton G Julian of Florida was called here by the serious illness of his nephew Mr Julian Chinn Mr H H Heise and wife of Madison Ind were guests of their daugh ter Miss Viola Heise this week Mr A W Overtoil and sister Miss Eliza Overtoil attended the funeral of Miss Hunt in Lexington on Friday Gen Fayette Hewitt Mrs Virgil Hewitt and Miss Christine Reynolds are visiting friends in North Carolina Miss Annie Cromwell of Lexington who has bon the guest of Mrs Geo A Lewis left for home Saturday night Mr John J McGurck and wife at tended the funeral of her sister Miss Lottie Clohesy in Lexington on Monday Prof R H Shipp of Carlisle was the guest of his hrother In law Mr Thos E Kenney Saturday and Sun dayMrs A B Rust of St Louis Mo was the guest of her daughter Mrs A C Van Winkle Conway street this Ben Hard in Helm of Elizabeth town was the guest of her daughter Mrs W H Lewis at Woodlake this Geo H Watson of St Louis Mo was here this week to look over affairs at the Geo T Stagg Cos dis tilleriesMr Simrall and wife of Lex- Ington who have been guests of Mr S D Johnson and wife have return ed home Mrs M B Adams entertained the Lofting Club on Tuesday afternoon at tea The club numbers about fifty members Mir E B Oldham and wife of Stamping Ground were guests of his parents Mr W A Oldham and wife this week Mrs Albert H McClure and children who have been visiting her par THE BEST HOSE FOR sI ents in Harrodsburg returned home Wednesday Col Geo H Allen of New York City who was the guest of Col Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill left for home Sunday morning Mrs Jno B Tilford of Louisville and Mrs C W Qulgglns of Elizabeth Mrs T J Todd and son Mr Henry P Crutcher went to Lexington on Thursday where Mr Crutcher was operated upon for deafness Mr E A Gulllon of Carrollton candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction before the Democratic Primary was here on Thursday Mr G R Byrnes and wife nee Miss Callie Hawkins of Lexington who have been guests of her sister Mrs Jno E Miles have returned home Hon Curtis F Bumam of Rich mond was in the city on Thursday and notwithstanding his 87 years his step was as springy as a young man of Dr H A M Henderson of Hartwell Ohio who has been the guest of his brotherinlaw Mr Jno C Mastin returned home on Monday C ORear was in Nashville Tenn this week to attend a meeting of a commission appoined by the Southern Methodist General Confer ence to establish the relations of that Church to Vanderbilt University Judge ORear is the Chairman of the Com- missIon KINGS DAUGHTERS CONVENTION The Kings Daughters Conven tion of Kentucky meets in Louis ville Ky November G and 7 All members of the order are re quested to attend MRS NELLIE S COX Corresponding Secretary SUPPLEMENTAL REGISTRATION The regular annual supple mental registration of voters will occur on Monday Tuesday und Wednesday next Only those who were absent from the city who were sick themselves or who had sickness in their families will he permitted to place their names on the registration books The county clerk or his depu ties will take the allidavit of per sons applying for registration and place the names on the hook ENORMOUS INOREASE To show the enormous increase ill the output of bottledin bond whisky we were recently told by a friend connected with the business that their output so far this month October 28 was over 3700 cases which would in dicate that the full month would show over 5000 cases of twelve bottles each It has been but a few years since 1000 cases was considered little above the av erageIf a man will use whisky he should use the purest and best and he can only get it by using bottledinbond See Our Great Values in CHIDEOLOAI9 350 500 600 700 and SROO CHARLES zIE TZEL LexIngton Mayhall OtYB1flOOO I 00 u tI 1i fi f i r H1 O JI HENEYS- Saturday I Specials Will offer on SATURDAY at Extraordinary Low Prices LADIES and MISSES JACKETS and SKIRTS ta Our Goods are Always SatisfactoryI Skirt and Jacket for 5 00 ih AllWool Mixtures Skirt and Jacket for 7 50HM AllWool Cheviot Skirt and Jacket for g i Satin Lined Coat strictly Tailored Skirt and Coat rp s12 50 and 1500 Childrens Underwear IS and 2So a piece 16 Ladies Underwear 35o each WOOL BLANKETS AND COMFORTSit i kLaoe Curtains SOc 78c 1OO 8196 and Z0O pair Muslin Curtains GOot 75o 100 a pair rl1i i RUGS STILL SOLD AT REDUCED PRI- CESJfriEJiEF cI The Meat IISFLOURiE NEVER FAILS Ask your grocer l Send us your order for Corn Hay Straw Salt and Seeds of all kind IWir IL HEISEUST CLAIR Both Phones STREETIm LADDERS AT COST t1 r We are rebuilding our Office and Warehouse tand they are in the way t Come and get Hammond CoI r J t I very complete assortment every gar IA marked by that air of oxclnsivcncas every womAn so much desire u At 1500wo offer renlly cloMrnltlo Coat Suits in allwool inutcriul that are serv iceable and stylish At Jf00 we make a strong showing of some unusuiilly attractive styles that are exclusive in design nod have tho style points of highpriced garments THE GREAT NEWMAN COMING I The Daily Times Seattle Wash Tho Great Newmun the wonderful Russian Wizard was a very Impor taut figure at the Avenue Theatre last night It would scarcely he an ex aggeration to say that the mysterious manipulation of handcuffs created a sensation It would be impossible to describe in detail all that he accomplished in the way of quick libera tion from apparently inextricable fet terings This wonderful Russian ex tends a friendly challenge to the Chief of Police the Sheriff and all Police Officers to fit him with hand r cuffs from which ho can not release himself he also defies any set of work men to construct a bOx or chest that tie can not escape from Do not fail to see this wonder at Capital Theatre Seats on sale at Barretts this morn Oct 29th and 30th ing e JHOWES PICTURES Lyman H Howe presented his moving pictures to large and ap preciative audiences at the Opera House Wednesday afternoon and were reproductions of Life in a Burmese Teak Forest shewing the huge trained ele phants moving fallen trees from the jungler111O Marriage of King Afonso and Princess Ena The Olympic Games at Athens With a Traveling Menagario or Wagon Show Through Devonshire England and subjects equally as interesting This is Mr Kenyas fifth visit to Lexington and the audience last evening liv their en thusiasm showed how thoroughly Mr Howes entertainment was appreciatedOne most novel features of the exhibition was tho splendid sound effects which accompany each picture which were so nOt ural and realistic that the spec tator was brought to imagine that he was at tho scene itself It is an entertainment equally enjoyable to old and young hand it is to be hoped that the next time Mr Howe presents his nov J ing pictures here tho schools will have the children turn out aG the pictures are an education in them selves Lexington Leader Octo tier 25 Wo copy tho above from the Leader and only desire to say in addition that we heartily endorse every word in it The exhibition in this city on Thursday was one of tho host soon at the Opera Houso in years A line crowd t was present t OASTOarABears the I A The Time is Ripe For superb values in every department at our store Forehanded preparation enable us to offer our patrons values much under present market vaults and full assortment of most dependable tioods right at the time needed 116- Misses Suits Suite for young Miescsa splendid allowing for yonng Misses 11 to 18 nt 1000 to 2500 Childrens Coats The dependable kind that are warm rvave 1if d tiIr u tt ff RULINGS ON BLENDED WHISKY The following are among the most important rulings of the Government in regard to blended goods under the new Pure Food Law as summarized LABEL MUST TELL TRUTH Regulation J7 requires that tho word hleucledor com pounded shall precede the true distinctive class name of the article these words can be fol lowed by the word whisky only when two whiskies used If whiskydlandpackage must bo labeled blended spirits or blend of whisky and Fof regulation 17 says an article containing more than one produce is mis branded if named after a single constituentRegulation 25 says if one sub stance is substituted for another its name must appear on the spiritsisin a mixture tho name neutral spirits must appear en the label preceded by the word blend IMITATION IF COLORING IS USED prohibitssugar to duplicate the distinctive brown color which whisky tic quires by years of aging in a charred barriO If such caramel is used tho result must bo labeled imitation under subdivision E which stays a color or flavor can not be used to imitate any product of recog ailed name and quality This is driven home by subdivision F which says the term imitation applies to any mixture orcompound hich is a coun terfeit of an article DEFINITION NOT NECESSARY urflw explicit requirement of these provisions rendered it un necessary for the commission to substances since the whole question resolved itself into the class name to be used on the label 11110 commission has acted on the broad principle that tho con sumo lias right to know what sort ofis substance he is buying und these regulations should in sure this when the article is sub ject matter of Interstate Com merce Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Bncceisf ul treatment for blood and skin diseases Cloaks Every correct model shown us n Brest vj piety of design A very hctirttta ohoiceI 510 tl piCO full r0 inch solid black or neat mixtures thntlUtlfShirt Waists UiHUtifal Silk Plaids at fSOO rarraar moownw r 0LfllfSr fS spiritsSubdivision CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO BE VOTED ON BY CITIZENS AT NOVEMBER ELECTION The following is the constitutional amendment to bo 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 the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Ken tucKy That upon the concurrence of threefifths of all the members elected- to each house the yeas and nays beingI taken thereon and entered in their respective journals section 145 beIparagraph to said section containing the following words towit 4 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 amenaed to read as fol lows 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 pre duct In which he offers to vote sixty days 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 SVSS IJ ersons 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 may declare from Me rlpM of suffrage but persons hereby exclude may be restored to their civil rights by executive pardon 2 Persons who at the time of the election arc in confinement under the Judgment of a court for some penal offense IIcjJofc and Insane persons 1 Persons who have not at least sixty flays before the election at which they offer to vote paid in full all State county municipal district and school taxes tue by them for the year previous to the one in which they offer to vote HALLOWEEN PARTY Tho Junior Auxiliary of Aseen sion Church will rive a Halloween Patyat the Parish House on next Wednesday afternoon from four to six This entertainment is es pecially for tho little people but all sizes will bo most welcome If you wish to know your for tune bo sure to come jA TEST STYLES IN WALL PAPERII helve n full lisle of nil tho latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amino tack 0 M HRTDGEFORn Main Street Opposite Engine louse L3tf OLD TAYLOR TilE PREMIE Jl KENTUCKYWHISKEYf hE H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors At Frankfort Kentucky SkirtsEvery one the right material and tho kind thnt Exceptional values RtliOO Dress Goods Every yard right in quality and price Wool Plaid fiOo The best Broadclonth for the price flJS Fine all wool Poplins Sac DECLINES CALL TO KNOX VILIE Rev Richard L McCready former rector of Ascension Church this city but now of Crescent Hill Louisville has de clined a call to n prominent and influentialchurch at Knoxville Tonn We are glad that this able preacher and splendid gentleman is to remain in Kentucky N Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digosts what you eat SOUTHERN RAILWAY SHORTESTAND ROUTE FROM Louisville Danville and- Lexington TOlSt Louis and she Jv6SI two Fnst Trains DUlly running through solid front Untivilli to St Louis without change with connecting curb from Lex ington as follows Leave Lexington 545 n in LI Danviilc 1550 n m Leave Louisville 1100 nm gar Ive St Jouis 0121 m Vshbuleil Cou hci and Obscrvn tion Cafe Oar Leave LoxiiiRton 500 pm Leave Danville 445 p1I1 Leave Louisville 101 Ifl p m Arrive St Louis 7n21IUl I1ulll1111 Sleeper nUll Free Reclining Chair Oar Most Direct Line to LIEI CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA anti JACKSONVILLE mid all Boutlictisrnni points inchul iJlg Aslioville X C ami the beau tiful Laud of tho Sky and lox avny Country Send Jtput stamp for Land of tho SIn Booklet nod other lllus tratcd iitfllt url W G MORGAN I1Lexington Ky H C KING C P T A III E Main Lexington Ky J F LOGAN Try P Aht 111 K Main Lexington Ky A R COOK C PT A JiU Fourth Ave Louisville C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent iH Fourth Ave Louisville J C BEAM JR A G P A St Louis Mo Itftr t h I fOit r f jA J Merode Underwear Tho Hamllinished kind hilts no equal for Quality and I ComfortVests and Pants SOc I Outset Union Snits Covers 100I pNYNM4t dYW f RIYI4tL1 YYI Rugs That make time hone bright for these cool days j Special showing Hearth Size Rugs Room Size Rugs Choice Patterns Brupsells Velvet or Axminstor Ux12 size 1nBaViMts Lliito = Early Risers 7hs famous little pilii Ji J lPulaet AN IDEAL VACATION TRIP- YELLOWSTONE I PARK PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Spend Your Money in ThisjCountry- ITINERARY ttd OF TRIPiJDenver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Harden of the Gods Maniton PIKES PEAK Grand Hirer Cauuii Hejnl Gorge Glenwooil SpringsfSalt Lake City Ogden Marshall Pass Black Union stud six and onehalf days WOMIHFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK COST OF TRIP tEXpCtl8elnature has been folly considered minimized so us to be within easy nndIof nil Special will leave Louisville 1IgJ1at For full particular write t J H GALLAGHER Z Burret Avenue Louisville i SPLENDID OFFER We are able to give you this splenkdid offer u Louisville Hexaid lAND our asbout For one year for only 200lIn advance onlyIThis gives you a excepted for a nominal own local paper news and the news of the campaign now on politicaltlISend in names and cash 50 YEAR FYPER1ENCIv IiDESIGNSsending n sketch nnd description may quickly ascertain our opinion on liiTcntlon is probably Coiumunlc UonsntrlctlycouUdentlal oulatonu lent free Oldest fur securing patentsaPatents taken through Mute A Co receive xctal notice without charge Iu tho Scientific American hnndiomoly Illustrated weekly Lnrccst clr dilution of any sclentltlo journal Terras 3ear four months U Sold by all newsdealers YorkBtaac tti Tie PranRfort Hountlanou- == = =Fnleret a tIll norhdtfce It 1111 kCOIt Kll- lrlk sccuadclass nrfIhuhle natter = ==f GEO A LEWIS ProV and Pub FRANKFORT OCT 27 1906 FIXE SERMON It was our privilege on Sunday last to hear that brilliant find eloquent proachor Rev II A M Honderon D1 clolivor ono u his oldtime strong and beautiful sermonsDr on while showing somewhat tho ravages of time ii his frail body gave strong evi deuce that his brilliant intellect was still mulimmtd and his glow ing words as he told of Gods way of reaching men through the gospelwere as vivid anti search ing as in the days of his pr1 when pastor of tho Methodist Church of this city In his introductory remarks he alluded tenderly und reverently to the fact that so many who greeted him when ho took charge of the work thirtynine years ago had passed to their reward and that he saw but very few familiar faces in the audience still h loped the sons and daughters grandsons and granddaughters of that goodly company were among those still carrying on the work of this mother church Ho told of his love for this city and its people and how he had buried his dead here and arranged when he should lay oil the armor of the Christian soldier he wished his bones to lie in our beautiful hill top city of the dead Then for half an hour he de livered his message of love and cheer from the text But God hath chosen the foolish things of this world to confound the wise and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty 1st Corinthians 127 It was a strong domonstmtion of the truths of tho Bible and a stirring appeal for Christians to do with zeal and energy the work set before them At the close of the service the large majority of the congregation greeted this good man and thanked him for his tender and eloquent it was good to be there AN OUTRAGE On Monday afternoon a lad by She name of OBrien was coming The Better t Way The tissues of the throat are i inflamedand irritated yo cough and there is more irrita tion more coughing You tak 1acough mixture and it eases the irritationfor a while You ta- keSCOTTS 1l EMULSION and it cures the cold Thatsr what is necessary It soothes the throat because it reduces the irritation cures the cold because- it drives out the inflammation builds up the weakened tissues because it nourishes them back to their natural strength how Scotts Emulsion deals wit a sore throat a cough a cold or bronchitis WELL FREE SCOTT Ii BOWNE f y I1l1I1 J t h INew iihIj 14 Ii Badly Shattered Nerves and Weall Heart Too Nervous to Sleep or Rest HrMilesIIeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me alwaysleads fromfbutlthehfmdbuild you up just as it did Mr Crawford improvehhave been so greatly benefited by Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure that I freely nconniend them as the best remedies for lo tli eases are recommended to cure When began taking these medicines I weighed scarcely pounds my nerves wen badly shattered ana my troubled a great deal had in my left arm nd shoulder had difficulty in sleeping on titv left side had frequent smothering palpitatefrestlesstNow am never bothered with m heart tny nerves are steady as a die IsleeR well eat well and weigh pounds 1am happy moneYICenterTezcrsAil driijrcits sell and guarantee first bot lie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book IiseasesAddressOr andewhen coming down tho hill from the old tollgate the breochin strap eagle undone Youll OBrien asked a colored man by the name of Smith to fix it fo him But in place of doing so the fellow proceeded to give the lad a beating Upon returning homo young OBrien related the trouble to his father Mr Pot OBrien who at once secured the services of a con stable and had Smith arrested and brought to jail A LUCKY POSTMISTRESS Is Mrs Alexander of Gary Me who has found Dr Kings Life Pills to be the best remed she ever tried for keeping the perfectif you try these painless purifier- that infuse new life Guaranteed by all druggists Price 25c a WANTEDGentleman or lady with good reference to travel rail Y or with a rig for a firm of 1072Iper year expenses y paid weekly and expenses ad vanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Frankfort Ky- 42Gm a VICTORY FOR STRAIGHT GOODS In the recent fight over tha promulgation of tho regulations by the Internal Revenue Bureau governing the proper labeling o rectified whisky etc under the Pure Food Bill passed by the ofIbulabeled just exactly what it is Goodseus tho rectifiers contended The labels will have to show just how much neutral spirits how much pure whisky and how fiinuoh prune juice etc caramel bring barred is contained in tile upjbo o big boost fo straight bottleinbond whiskies No little of the credit for this victor is duo to the able and in tolligont work of our young friend Mr Edmund W Taylor of thi city who has made this subject laborious study and has thus been intelliho case to the commission who pared the regulations governingI the matter We congratulate him upon his victory against heavy odds err J 3J Jt GRINSTEAD IS GIVEN NICE PROMOTION A well earned promotion has just como to Prod Griln toad the efficient manager of the Adams Express Cus local omen that IUJB onlyono lgletuhID feature ai d that is Mr Grinstead will bit com pulled to leave Portsmouth Mr Grinstead on Wednesday will assume his new ofiico position under K Sanford general super intendent of the Cincinnati offices The promotion carries with it a substantial innruaso inI salary tad Mr Grinsteads legion of friends will bo pleased to loam of his lino achievement His sue cessor hero will bo C R Ford who has been in charge ot the Huntington ofiico Tho change becomes effective Wednesday Mrs Grinstead will not join her husband for several weeks During his residence hero Mr Grinstead has oracle many warm friends who will sincerely mourn his departure but will wish him posiItionPortsl1louth Mr Grinstead is a former Frankfort boy and is a son of Capt R L Grinstead and wife West Side Wo congratulate our young friend on his promotionI gClever Steve Gibbs of the Sec ond Regiment Band of this city successfulrinventor He received notice this week that ho had been awarded a patent on his electrical machine for giving light to a brass band The storage cells are attached to the musical rack on tho instru ment and are brought intc use by a finger of the player being in serted into a ring on the coll which is brought into contact with the instrument filling out the circuit makeYIaIF YOU TRY HerbrnotsTorpidLiverNeuralgiaDyspcpsia Dizziness and Bad Breath wo will refund the money They work day and night and feelinglikeTry them 20 cents Tea or Tab DrugCoaCUTTING SCRAPE During a row on Tuesday night Mr Ed Callahan who operates a saloon on the corner of High and Broadway out Mr Harry Harrod on the face and jute with a knife gavefwere dressed and ho was afterwards placed in the cooler HUMAN BLOOD MARKS A tale of horror was told by marks of human blood in tho homo of J W Willams a well known merchant of Bac Ky Ho writes Twenty years ago I had severe hemorrhages of the lungs and uos near death when I began DiscoveryIthave remained well over since Chronioj cureiguaranteed by all druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free NOTICE TO LAWYERS PublishinguHouse has made a specialty of legal printing such us lawyers briefs notices etc Our long ox esIto execute work with accuracy and dispatch Prices us low as the lowest Give us your work I Pleasant to take rlw rvk l ISVruJ NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATOf Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their aJare 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 Nanseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrqws Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenchesv FRANK G STAGGI Hardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISCOLL QualitvI The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky liandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLLI216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky l =EPIDEMIC OF TYPHOID FEVER By advise from friends in the Penks Mill Homeland and Flat Creek neighborhoods wo learn that typhoid fever is about epi demic in those districts although they ore not oil adjacent territory Heretofore the idea has been that such epidemics wore caused by a scarcity of water as in a drouth but this year there has been a superabundance of water The doctors will have to eluci date tho problem a genuineLaxativethe remedy that cure a cold fa one day i y NIf rtllrlr JOHN EDGE BRICKMASONIitt FaANKFoaJ XY Will build Chimneys Cisterns find Milk houscH in any part of County Boilor Furnace work and repairs Phone 028 IGw KILLTCOUGHAND 1 KingsNew I FOR cONSUMPTION IPriceSurest and Quickest Cure for THROAT and LUNG LES or MONEY BACK allJ t iZ WAL3THAM WATCHSi v 1 i RECARRtED ALL OVER THEWORLD J Cases plain simple and ornate orIFor the Roundabout SULTAN A STORY OF KEN TUCKY It was a quiet evening in Oc tuber when Carlos and I sat upon the hearthrug to hoar the ending of tho chapter in the life of poor old Sultan the proudest most loyal gentlest animal that ever trod the blue grass or raced for silver cups upon the broad white curvo of tho upland mood in old KentuckyOld and heavy hoofed as he was in the roundup of his lites history there was fire in his eyes and a comradebravo in his face that astonished oven his master while his constant attend ant little Misses Viney and he held regular converse over a divided apple and told over again the story of the conflict and we were so glad that the noble old steed found friends and a home in his last days and promised our selves to hang a wreath upon the rook headstone when spring again brought the first white violets Did you ever hear it tole Miss Nelly how me an lille Missy when true old man Tompkins paster wif only Sams yallar dorg an ther mad dorg cum a tearin down arter us well hit wuz jest about ther time when Sultan got er nail in hees foot an old Marse giv em over ter me ter tend ter Sickness cum inter ther white fokes house too I tell yor a ther- owl hootins an ther bird a flyin inter Miss Jennies room made nIl our hair a standin upI an mo afreard tel go out ter ijDIED SUDDENLYOF DISEASE How frequently docs a head line simi newsrness of the Amurlean has a strong tendency to lead ni to valvular and other affections of tho heart attended by Ir regular action palpitation dizziness smothered sensations and distress symptomsrlueo prominent lnsroHents of which Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery Is made are recommended somo of tho loading writers on Materlit Mcillai for tho euro of just such cases Golden Seal root for instance is said by the UNIT STATES DISPHNSATOKV a stand ard authority to Impart tone bud In r creased power to tho hearts action Numerous other leading authorities represent Golden Seal as an unsurpassed for the muscular system in general land as tho heart is almost wholly com of muscular tissue It naturally i i follows that It must bo greatly strcn t ened this superb general tonic Ilnt- probably the most rdlnt- f of Medical Discovery so fur k as its marvelous cures of and other affections of tho heart aro con corned is Stono root or Collin nnita Con Prof Wm Paine author of Painos I Epltomy of Medicine says of it not slate had a patient who was so much oppressed with valvular disease of tho hoart that his frlnnds were obliged to carry him upstalts lie however gradually recovered under the Influence of Collliisonln t j medicinal principle extracted from Stuns root and Is now nttondlnir to his business i 1 Heretofore physicians knew of no remedy removal of so distressing and so lInn jQerous a malady With them It was all and It fearfully warned tho t IatUlctelI that death was near at hunt Col lliisonln umiuostlonably affords relief In such cases and in most Instances effects a Cure Stono root is also recommended by Drs J fffio and EHingwood of Chicago for valvular and other diseases of tho heart Tho latter says It Is a heart tonic of direct and permanent influence Golden Medial Discovery not only cures sorlous heart affections but is a most efficient general tonic and invigor tho stomach invigorating tho liver regulating tho bowels and curing catarrha In all parts of tho system Dr Plorcos Pellets cure Constipation dt i tt KEEPING A GOOD CufiTGH Is necessary to every man who would succeed in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give you lone of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them Only standard and reliable movements find place here and we willingly guarantee them toIbe accurate tilnekeelJersI VV A S LBERT a bucket of water frum ther spring so old Miss could drink befo she went tor bed I nebor don tolo yor about John did IY Well sir ho wuz do black sheep in de white fold an do ole Marse say he aint er gwine tor cum no more in ter house we lots em in after doI an gibes em someting ter eat nnI he lie dar ter sleep on do rug des as yon young uns do a sittin dar ter nightOle gib him money an clothes an after awhile he gits obstrobous an old Miss signs papers whilst wo cried an parse John held or pistol in my po old face What hit all wuz a gwine ter cum ter wuz hard tor tell but you know Marster Carlos how de of home hed tor go for debt and both of our old blessed parse and Missus died in er week frum each other an little Missy refused ter marry ther sweetheart of her youth an Sultan wuz put up ter be sold like er slave at auction Something had ter be don I risked my po of haid ter find out what twas but nobody nor no angel cum ter help us Walking one day across der fields po young Marsa an Miss Jennie talked ober do trials an do sorrows an day say dat day got down on dar knees right ober in de cross cor ners a axed God ter tend ter der things An he don hit dat day shore an certin Lead or som kind uv ore wuz found an ther of homo was lifted out of ther debt That day toward de sunset do most terricus cloud cum up inI do sky Hit looked like anwe fastened up shutters an druv in all de fowles an1 de cattle under shelter Next day wuz deIi day set fur do sale of Sultan my po ol heart wuz most a breakin tor pieces I went out tor de stable for tor feed him fur ther las time when ther most awfulest thunder clap curl ther lightin cum befo an dar lay my of triond daid Wo buried him with thor honors of war in a grave dug by young Marso und of roan Pete who staid wid us after do conflict an do gold horso shoo which hangs from young Marses watch chain is do memory what we keep of Sultan Thank you dour Aunt Vinoy for tho story You told it simply and well und wo know that Sul tans memory will keep as green in our own minds as it in yours Did little Missy ever marry tho sweetheart of her girlhood 1 Aunt Vinoy shook her head pointed her index linger at Car los and resumed her story while wo ate apples and named the seed in foolish happy fashion Ho forgot her whon poverty cum ter do fambly an hor pride wuz so headstrung dat she wouldnt speak after day wuz rich nginHo married Liza Moss a rich gal but ugly as pinpoints 1ttG1U lan little missy is de mother uv your Carlos do prittust woman at obor saw de light ob stars HIs yor a goin ter marry him at last an keep do of home in do fambly Miss Nelly l Hit wuz do wish uv little Missy mat you do dis an you is all alone Goodnight both of you my onliest white folkses chillun loft ter me Carlos too wont away and I ISIpass through world of trials and sufferings The disloyal friend and the faithless lover sets cur rents in action which bring dis aster in the end I do not moan the friend who outgrows the other or the lover who finds it impos siblo to continue loving These sad experiences come to those who wish to be most loyal but to the remnant of our divided family only ono can say 1 have been faithful unto deathN S COX October 18 100G 1 BENSON VALLEY Autumn has arrived with fine genial weather for the season Children are having a fine time gathering nuts Wo aro glad to say that the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Pres ton Wade who has been on the sick list for some time is some betterMr Guina Sudduth spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Georgia Fleming Mr Jesse Thompson spent Sun day with Miss Rosa Evans Mr Reynolds Hamilton took Miss Ellis Peters over to his house Sunday to introduce her to his mother and father and other fumilyI Moore spent Saturday and Sunday with Judge J D Moore Miss Lena Pierce has returned homo front a weeks visit to her sister Mrs Rufus Bryant Miss Lottie Suttlos spout S- atConstipation Baled sweet apples with somo people bring prompt relief for Constipation With others course allwheat bread wlll have tho sumo effect Nature undoubtedly has a vegetable remedy to relieve every ailment known to man If physicians tau but and Natures way to health And this la strikingly true with regard to Constipation Tho bark of a certain tree In California Cas cam Sagrada offers u most excellent aid to this end But combined with Egyptian Senna SUp- per Elm hark Solid Extract of Prunes etc this lame Cuscatu burk given Its greatest possible power to correct constipation A toothsome Candy Tablet called Laxets Is now made at the Dr Shoop Laboratories from this Ingenuous and most effective prescription Its effect on Consti patlon Biliousness Sour Stomach Mad Breath Eallow Complexion etc Is Indeed prompt cud satisfying No griping no unpleasant after effects are ex perienced and Tax ets are put up in beautiful lithographed metal boxes at 5 teats and coats per box For something now nice economical and effective try a box of LaxetsALL IJr i C 1R ft 1 Y wl hl Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reet IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD WE SEEK THE BEST CLASS OF TRADE There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is priceThisanyfactoryunder a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING If you need a new vehicle of any kind it will PA Y you to see us belore buying repainting resentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- st3eller Carriage GoIlVERSAILLES KY H K WAHD President urday night and Sunday with her mother Mr Samuel Hulette accident ally fell from a building Friday severely injuring his side We hope he will soon recover Mr Jesse Hulette and Miss Florence Evans were out driving Suudv familyfromMr and Mrs Robt Hulette Mr Balas Hardin and daugh ters Miss Jennie Hardin and Mrs Bettie Hall have returned from a short visit to relatives at Gest Ky Mr John Suttles who is teach ing school at Baileys Mill spout a few days this week with his mother Mrs Mary Suttles Mr Green Watson is paying his best respects to Miss Minnie Hu letteiMrs Katie Wade is on the sick list this week Mr Henry Showalter has sold snyshejust as soon as there is frost enough to ripen them liegesStationEmma Hamilton recently SNOWDROP 1ho now Pure hood ami Drug Law will mark it on the label of contnilliugOpium dmgButCure as minute for twenty years ontirly free Dr Shoop all along has bitterly opposed tho use of all SnoopsCougheven for the youngest babe and it cures it does not simplysup pross Got a safe null reliable Cough Cure by simply insisting on having Dr Shoops Lot tho law bo your protection Wo cheer fully recommend and soil it All deniers W AilJmIA woman attendant at The Stewart Home Telephone or all 2tf J Irh p t rIt 1ii7 t C M BHOWXIXG Sec and Treas WAREHOUSE BROKEN OPEN The big warehouse of the Frank fort Chair Co on East Broadway was found broken into on Wednesday night last What object the burglar could have had is not easily understood as nothing hut chairs were stored therein THEY ARE IN DANGER 101see that an English mngarIzino muckraker has discovered havaIMercy what will he think of William Shakespeare VitalEQuestionsWhat Doctor Prescribe What does the Druggist Supply llealthoften balances between those two questions Life itself may depend on the precise filling of a prescription with drugs of absolute standard strength Many druggists who fill pre scriptions carefully are not careful about the reliability or potency of the remedies used We fro careful about both We see to it that all our drugs have tho precise strength they should have null they are always comIpounded with scientific accuracy J Wu GAYLE DruggistC- orner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky t I Ly71- t t i1rI rfJaL MARRIEDCHURCIIPICKETIn l county on Thursday Mr Saml Church and Miss Flora T Picket were married CLARKBAKER In this city On Wednesday Mr David T Clark and Miss Dolly Parker were married by Rev L D Stucke- rGAYIIIJLKERIn this city On Wednesday Mr Win Guy fill Miss Anna Hulkor wart married by Rev Win Crowe of the South ern Presbyterian Church TOHXSONSPflAXGEIn thi s city on Wednesday Mr Janie- L Johnson and Miss Icy Strange were married by Rev M B Adams D D of the First Bap tist Church CRUTCHER WEITZEL At the n idence of Rev H h Mc Crerdy in Louisville on Thurs day Mr Louis Crutchor told Miss Jodie Weitzel were married by Mr McCready- Mr Crutchor is a fine young athlete and has been playing bmw ball with the Kansas City Mo Team this year only coming homo a few days ago He is a son of Mr R h Crutcher of this city His bride is the handsome daughter of Mr Birnoy Weitzel of this city and has been ste nographer for Mr Guy H Briggs She is a popular young lady RODMANPRICE The following announcement Mils been received by us Mrs N A Price announces the marriage of her InuuhterItu Mr Hugh Hurst Rodman on Monday October 22 Nineteen hundred and six Nashville Tenn- Mr Rodman is the youngest son of 001J1J Rodman and wife of this city lIe is a manly up right and hustling young fellow the western representative of the J M RobinsonXirton Co Lou isvilles largest dry goods house His bride is a handsome and ac complished KonttKky girl whose family hind removed to the Rock City to reside The young couple will spend the hotter part uf the winter in California We rejoice that our young friend las chosen the better part and tender our hearty congratulations LABORER HURT Arthur Williams a colored 1hur51dayribs being broken It seems that Williams was helping to handle a big stone when he lost his balance nnd fell on top of a hig rock pile and a piece of stone fell with him and on top of him Dr C A Fish rendered neces sary surgical attention When the tip ofn dogs noso is cold and moist that dog is not sick A feverish dry noso means sickness with a dog And so with the human lips Dry and colorless lips nipan clueJwdI ness and are as well ill appear UltjIany ailment Get a free trial mix at our store and bo convinced Large nickel capped glass jars 25 cents All dealers S TRA YJm 1mw AImI October 9 strayed my place near Stamping Ground ono POLAND CHINA SOW black and white spots right ear cropped a little Will pay 2 re ward for her returnJJ B WArrTJStamping Ground Ky 72t t Vlt hi th rj itti7 oIA BIRTHS lonICRYER In this city on clay to MrT W Cryer und wife ft son weight 14 jioumls IOEBlHERIn this city on Sunday to Mr 1 T Oerther and wife a daughter Anna Mary weight 12 poundsIKIDDIn this cityol Satur fitly October 20 1005 to Mr and Mrs Wilniot H Kidd a 80111 weight 114 pounds HURT 3Y FALLING FROM IrnEK511hile engaged in removing a big black locust tree in the lot u mayor Hume on Fourth Avenue on Thursday James Baker had fall caused by the tree toppling unexpectedly by which three ribs were broken told other internal injuries inflicted The man is suffering a great deal Dr attended him iPiloicldynnd positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Its made for Pills alone and it does time work surely and with satisfaction Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Largo Nickel Gapped glass jars reconuneu1eeby IIJVGGY SMASHED e wicouldWashington street on Thursday morning when the horse became frightened and dashed up the street to the intersection of Main whore ropes wore stretched to keep- vehicles from passing on account of the illness of Mr Julian Chinn and ran the buggy against the rope overturning and smashing the vehicle the lady having jumped outIONE OF THE BEST MEN IN THE STATE In the race for tho Democratic nomination for Superintendent of Public Instruction Prof 11 0 Winfrey has associated with him us his chiof deputy Col James E Stone of Breolcin ridge county This is one of the shrewdest moves on the political checker board If there is a tan in KeJlI tuck that is more popular more friends than jolly Tim Stone geJl1Itlomun who knows him The press gang of the State never hndn bottir friend or one who would do them shore unsolicited favors than Jim Stone- 1G casJtI 40 rasBears the i A SELLS OUT HIS STORE Col John N Crutchor the sage of the West End has sold his stock of goods in his West End storeroom and the good will to Mr Way who has taken charge of the place This is the first time the Colonel has been out of business in the last fifty years a CONVICTED AND SENT TO PEN Fred Pharris the exnttonduntI at tho Eastern who wits charged with the brutal boating of Fred Ketterer a patient thoreIconfinement in the Penitentiary five years It the brute was guilty he should have been huug f Ki k DEATHS GREENWELLIn this county on Tuesday Mrs Mattie Greenwoll wife of Mr A Green well of pneumonia aged 50 years SPICE R In Marion county IndHI October 21 Mr Moses Spicer aged 80 years 5 months and two clays of the infirmities due to ago Mr Spicor was well known in this county where ho lived from 1S75 having come here from f nr roll county until 1900 when ho moved to Marion county Ind near Indianapolis Ho formerly lived on a farm near the Forks off Elk horn He was a devout member of the- Christian Church and a good man jTho remains were brought here on Tuesday for burial SOMETHING NEW Keep the bowels open when you have a cold and use n good remedy to allay the inflammation of the mucous membranes The best is Kennedys Laxative Honey nnd Tar It contains no opiates moves the bowels drives out the cold It is not now necessary to take a purgative followed by something to relieve inflamma tion und stop the tickling nnd coughing These qualities are now combined for the first time in Kennedys Laxative Honey null Tar Sold byJ W Gayle roIIpleasure the action of tho Demo cratic County Committees of countiestaries and other elections In Woodford county the com mitten have offered a reward of 100 each for persons found guilty of giving or accepting a bribe for their votes either in the Democratic primary or at the general election In Trimble county the commit tee issued a circular stating that the use of money or whisky in the primary and general election is positively forbidden and going further say that they will assist in the prosecution of persons guilty of these offenses and still countI1111dperson which were obtained or controlledThese Jong steps in the right direction and examples that ought niltcase now outrageous expense to which candidntos parties and commit nncllIgOOd didates und so well fitted to fill could he induced to stand for election The day of the election bum 11UIIwould shownunbiased by these corrupting and debauching feat ures these nre th right ways of look ing at these timings and the only wonder is that the course is not universally adopted- IMPORTANT TO TOBACCO RAISERS Landlords and tenants in each county whore white burley tobacco is raised are urged to meet at their county seats Saturday nftor nocn October 27 1900 at 2 oclock and Appoint delegates to the Convention to be hold at Win chester Ky November 125 1000 It is very important that there shall be a large attendance C M HANNA Chmu of the Board of Control Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of t 1180na1All Counterfeits Imitations tultiJustasgood are Experiments that triiio with and endanger time health of Infants ling Children Experience against Experiment What is ASTORIAYCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys VorJUfJIVand allays Fcvcrislmcss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS s9 Bears the Signature of L The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years CITAUR r When a horse is so overworked it lies down and in other ways declares its inability to go further you 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 concerned Overdriven overworked when what it needs is something that will digest the food eaten and help the stomach to recuperate Something like Kodol for Dyspepsia that is sold by J W Gayle BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 0 n to p in and lit nnd p in Leave Paris every hour from 0 u in to p in nnd 10 p in Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour froth 0 n in to 7 p in nnd nr 9 nnd p in Leave GeoiRetown every hour from in to 8 p in and at p in Versailles Division Lenvo Lexington front center over hour from i in to 111 in nail nt boil 10 p in Leave Versailles very hour from7 n in to 7 p in and at 0 and p in E T Phono 010 Homo Phone 274- R T GUNN Manager Itf SPECIAL REDUCED VIA JBTES HENDERSON ROUTE TO Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Col San Fancisco Los Angeles and San Die- goHOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES Season 1906 Colonist Rates to California Points AND Great Northwest Dates Sale September 15 to October 31 1906 Ask Us For Full Information J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE Ky L J IRWIN General AgentLOUISVILLE Ky t 1 f l tI tf c t b1 a New Fast Trail1t fIiPACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday Mar Tho now trains will have St a in lnlly The evening train to winio points 1010 ni clnily Double tliiily service Through Bleeping ear service for SnnFrnn Excursion ticket now on hale tiroFor further information enli on or tuldree- s1JTG Trav Act MATTHEWS Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Paw it Ticket Ant St Louts Mo ONLY RAILROAD SOUTHk EQUIPPED WIT- HAUTOMATIC S ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS i ANDI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES ttiIand Southwest MU t 1For Information and Addmlr HC KINO C P It TA 111 E Main St Lexington Ky W A OARRETT General Macuftf W C RINEARSON 0 P CkxiaMtiO If ATTENTION BUILJDERS1 NOW IS BMRN BUILDINC TIME Roof IBUT Roofil1gIOne and Two Ply Floroid Roofing Three Ply Felt Roofing Slaters Felt and Building Paper Lime Cement Salt c ce 307309 Main St P C SaNER CO Maui Sb etas rvrkovaervnrssa csranmesrrntc ss R14i I IC IetJe= 0nAHCHNFION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A U Chinn rector will conduct servlciH follows 930 n in Sundayschool n m Prayer and Sermon 780 p in Evening Prnyer and Sermon Wednesday evening prayer nt j10 pm Everybody invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCH Kev M H Adams D D the pastor will preach at n m nnd 7UO p Suntlnyschool at 945 in the chnpel Baracji class ac 045 a m taught by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 700 p mchapelPrayermeeting on Wednesday night at 1 chapelVisitors Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor will preach at a m and 780 p Sundayschool at 930 a m In the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 8 oclock Everybody Invited- CATHOLIOCCHUBCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 770 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p in Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH KyYSundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 080 m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 p Visitors cordiallyiwelcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p in Sundayschool at 945 a m Ep worth League at 645 p m Pr on at 745 p mISOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN QBUROHUov Win Crowe the pastor will preach at a m and 730 p m Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Everybody invited to attend t BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school every Sunday afternoon i BRIDG KPORE PRESBY T E R I A NI wUlllreachfCHANGES IN CABINET The following have boon announced ne the changes to take place in the Cabinet of President Roosevelt upon the retirement ot Secretary Shaw and Attorney General Moody Secretary of Treasury Geo B I Cortelyon Postmaster General George Von L Meyer r Attorney GeneralCharles J BonaparteSecretary of Navy Victor H MetcalfeSecretary of Commerce and Labor Oscar S Straus- ASSAULTED As Mr James Black was on his way home to the Harvioland neighborhood on Saturday oven ing just as ho reached the orchard of his friend Mr Willis Jenkins just beyond Antioch Church ho 11 Dont Neglect Your BUY ONLY THE BEST We carry a Full Line of I 307309 concluded ho would get down from his horse and get some ap ples as Mr Jenkins had invited him to do But just as he stooped over to pick up the apples of which the ground was full some miscreant struck him a fearful blow on the right side of his face just at the side of his nose cut tiling the face and lip to the bone and rAndoring Mr Black unconscious When he came too he found a Jieavy club lying by his side all bloody and with a por tion of his mustache clinging to it Mr Black has been employed at the new glass factory for some time and only goes home on Sat urday night He has no idea who struck him or why the dastardly deed was done He is suffering considerably from the effects of the blow Ir CAATOR X A Bears the A FRANKFORT HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ON PROGRAM In the Homeopathic Physicians Convention held at Louisville this week Dr H S Keller of this city read a paper on the subject Local Causes and Treat ment of Endemic Fevers It was an able and scholarly pre sentation of the subject under dis oussion 1 WANTED Furnished rooms for light housekeeping by man lulu wife Apply at Roundabout office GOOD for OLD and YOUNG August Plower keeps the children healthy tad stmngPu11 and frolic the whole day long 60 when Mamma needs more they rush off in egleeAnd shout to the druggist Please give it U melInability to get brisk and fresh in lackof appetite allor muddy complexion and poor SpIrits these a disordered stomach and bad digestion in adults and children too They also indicate the urgent neea regulaxlyindigestiondyspepsia is a natural tonic body and it JTwo sizes 350 and 750 All druggists For sale by J W Gayle iI t j lu z v = IJUY TIE nEST Ifviii article is imitated the original is always host Think it over and when you go to buy that box of salvo to keep around the house got DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Good for eczema tetter boils cuts and bruises and pilesSold THE PRICE OF A LEGISLATURE There is an unusual introduc tion to the fourth instalment of The Story of Montana appearing in the November McClures The article opens with a reprint of the memorial addressed to the United States Senate after Clarks election giving the names of Montana representatives together with the prices at which it charges they were bought This list of names and figures is more impressive than any comment Mr Connolly relates in this number the story of the eighteen days between the Whitesides exposure and Clarks election The legislators went down one by one were fought for man by man he writes This man hunting had its intoxication and the chase once begun it made its own impetus and developed into a kind of frenzy If a man had a weakness in his nature or an exigence in his circumstances Clarks generals found it His debts his indiscretions in con duct his best sentiments even were turned into effective weapons against him Many striking stories of this conflict are told in detail The yI reveal almost every variety mornlldefectlin who voted for Clark on every ballot because it was a matter of bread and butter to me and my family to W W Beasley who thought Clarks offer too good a thing to let go by the majority of the legislators fell in line A few whose honor was incorruptible held out against every induce ment tho Clark men could offer and their cases shine out in brilliant contrast to the general som berness of the narrative Mr Connolly describes the scone of Clarks election the Re publican stampede time dramatic speeches delivered on both sides and the freechampagne bach analia With which the city of Helena celebrated Clarks tri mnphIa Dr CadyB Condition 1owticra art JUKI what a horse needs when in ondition Tonio blood purifier badI sevmifuge They are not food medicine and the best in use to PUtJI horse in prime condition cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle LETTER LIST- Irhu following is the list of advertised utters fur tau reek uncling Oct 2i Breckinriclge Mrs Murison Brown Hon R B Conway Mike Crebfo Fames Cooke Victor B lctcrI John Combs Mrs Julia Campbell Ed Edmond Sisters Embry Nelson Floyd Mrs Florence Forester J S 12 Guy Eddie Graves Leslie Grubbs Frank Hackney T D Hays S J Haley P C Hardwick Anderson Jones Katie Jones James M Kefflre Willie Kromley Grace Lawrence Jasper Liter Harvie Larimore A or G S McClellan Mrs Georgia Morson Mrs Janle Moore John E Murray Tames J Martin Mrs Rosie Mahaffey W T Morris W C Riper Mrs Bell Pierce Miss Mattie RIddell Labern Richards J M Singleton O Shary Price Smith Mrs Gertie Streets W M Thomas C L Tolson D K Tucker J M Watts F H Wlpginton Lizie Wales James Wollcott tins Anna 2 Winblgler Ira E Webb Jane Teaser Norma When calling for the above letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES PM are caused by Indigestion If you eat a little too much or you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt had shortness of breath rapid heart butheartburn or palpitation of the heart Indigestion causes the stomach to expandswell and puff up against the heart This crowds the heart and inter feres with its action and in the course time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol ofj Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat takes the strain ofl of the heart and contributes nourishment thebodyStomach Inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the Stomach and Diges tive Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach After eating my food would distress me by making my heart palpitate and would become very weak Finally got a bottle of Kodol and it cave me Immr iittt relief After using a few bottles am cured MRS LORINQ NICHOLS Penn Van Y I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I bad heart trouble with It took Kodol Dyspepsia Quit for about four months and It cured me D KAUBLB Nmda a Digests What You Eat ollubottlbolds4 limes a much ac tin trial or to coat izs Prtptrcd ct the Lb orator of SODWItt OoChie oPIA FOR SALE BY J W GAYLE ti liIm IiL t imli ll T1IANKShMr John P Hostotter of Farm dale has placed us under obligations for a sack of those splendid Irish potates which he raised this year and of which he soldso ninny fine ones at his recent sale He also brought to us a fine cushaw which was just the thing for a set of pies Our friend will please accept our thanks for his kindness DeWitts Little Early Risers The famous llttto pus f Street Car Schedule Cars leavo Capital Hotel FOR SOUTH FRANKFORT G20 a m and every 20 minutes un i til 1020 p FOR PARK LINE rt11FOR LEESTOWN r C35 a m and every 40 minutes un til 1030 p m F S V Traction Co i J D SALLEE Supt 1 frankfort cGifloiullI BU The Midland Route Local Time TablevIn Effect June 5th 1905 AM INo8 DAILY KXCJKfT SUNDAY MI IPl1IitLv D Frankfort Ar 72 r 20011 20I Summit Elkhorn 06 8 68 Stamping Ground M Duvall 6 Johnson 6 i IGeorgetown715 Ji10 623tNewtown 607- Centerville 6 69 017 Elizabeth IIi 5 65 47II Parts Junctn in Art Parts jLv connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q ItO KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L BKTWEKK FRANKFORT OINCItfNA T VIA t M nO LIIAMIPM 4r Fv Georgetown Arl 6 lAr Cincinnati Lv BUTWEKX 11111IAAM J P M G WL Frankfort Ar 7 lu I M Lv Georgetown Ar 751 aNJ Lv Parts Ar 533 lo Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KfcSTUCK CENTRAL li POINTS sJP 2IA L A Ill 471 A Georgetown 0 04AI625P tOP 17 iOA A Paris LI 8 09AI245PS54P A Richmond L 55P OUPl0 80A A Cincinnati L 255P GEO B HARPER C W HAY Pres HtulGenl Sum G A Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in ellect July 1900 sub jict to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West anti Southwest 909 A JL and GU P M Daily For Washington Baltimore PhilatleU- pliia Now York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1018 A M and 741 P H Dally 28lyr l a ffi STAMPING GROUND Mr W II Oldham and wife visited their son in Frankfort this week Wo regret to learn that MrT- G Blanton is very ill His father Dr W IT Blanton of Erlanger is at his bedside BornOctober 20 to Mr C B Roberts and wife nee Bond a daughterThe meeting at the Baptist Church is increasing in interest and power At several of the services the seating capacity of the church was found inade quate Rev J W Zachary of Lexing ton the Prohibition candidate for Congress in the Ashland District delivered lengthy address to the people of this place on Saturday afternoon Ho took a crack at all creationDM Saturday Mr Otto D BuinH aged 42 years of pnouinnia He was a popular jind useful citizen He was a member of the Cedar Hill Baptist Church Owen county He was universally beloved He leaves a wife and eight children to mourn his untimely end The funeral services were conducted from the rI idenco on the Great Crossings pike on Sunday morn ing by Rrv G great was the feeling of sndness- lthat the Baptist and Christian Churches cancelled their morning services that the people might attend the funeral The burial was in tlis Masonic Cemetery and was conducted by his brethren of the A 0 U Vof which he was fln enthusiastic member The good weather of the last two weeks has enabled our farm ers to get all their wheat sown corn cut and tobacco in the barn The gloomy outlook of the first of the month has passed away and matters have assumed a rosier hnslitsIS TIE MOON INHABITED Science has proven that the moon has an atmosphere which makes life in some form possible on that satellite but not human being who have a hnrdI enough time this earth of ours especially those who dont know that Electric Bitters cure headache Biliousness Malaria Chills DyspepsilmDizziness complaints General Debility and Female wpnkiipsws Unequalled Appetizerforfor the aged It induces sound sleep Fully guaranteed by all druggists Price sonly 50cIAGAINST TIER BETTER JUDGMENT Aint you rather young to he left in charge of a drug store Perhaps so maam what can I do for you Do your employers know its dangerous to leave a mero boy like you in charge of such a place I aII1 COlnpotetlt to servo you madam if you will state your wants ty Dont they know you might poison some one There is no danger of that madam what can I do for yonl I think I had hotter go to the store Iowa time street Icun serve you just as well as they can and as cheaply Well you may give me a two cent stump but it dont look right Houston Post rCAN YOU WIN tCrill you win You realize that to win in anything these days re quires strength with mind and body in tune A man or woman organsisor a days play How can they expect to win Kodol For Dyspepsia contains tho digestive juices of a henlthy stomach und will pta your stomach in shape to perform its important function of supplying tho body and brain with strength building blood Sold by J W Gaylo 1 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digttte what you sat t Ii f ri9 V t iMk 01i 1ii 1 OTIATJTYQ tu iiv 1 t STYLES FOR FALL Ir i f IiiAy f7 HQueen 1 Embody about everything that is authoritative in shoe making for Women JJ j fEvery possible Style from the Dainty Evening Shoe of Patent Kid to the 4 Heavy Button Street Boot of Calf Skin is included The New Spanish IiiriIi Models Plain Toe Short Vamp and High Cuban Heel in Lace nnd But ton Patent Colt and Button Gun Metal lidare especially attractive R K McCLURE SON It 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY tr- J vt i THE YOUTHS COMPANION IN 1907 The Youths Companion an inounces among the attractions of its 52 issues in 1007 two hundred practical papers serviceable to young people who have their way to make in the world helpful iUI their insistence on worthy ideals in every relation of life useful in the home particularly the regu DoctorComes stories humorous stories char actor stories stories of life on tho thoIs Iia111Ilinand Hoi man F Day There will be a series also bused upon incidents in American histoiy illus trative of life and times in America from tho first colonial plant ing to the close of the Civil War One thousand short notes giving concisely clearly and accurately the important news of tho times in public ninths und in the fields of saienro und industry Three hundred contributors giving assurance that every need and every taste among Companion readers will lie satisfied Gover nor Folkof Missouri Elwnrd Ev erett Halo Margaret Deland Col T W 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in to 7 p in and 10 p in Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 n in to p in and at 0 and p in Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 a in to 8 p in and at 10 p in Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from tt a in to and at 8 and 10 p Illmin Leave YtI very hour from 7 in to 7 p in and at 0 and p m E T Phone 010 Homo Phone 274 R T GUNN Manager ltf11L1f0AD1IME TAULK L AccommodationLouisville leaves 5400 nl Louisville Accommodation returns U1G p m Train West 085 a m Train West UCO p in Train East 94ia Train East 420 p m C O Westbound OOln in Wefituound 0M p in Eastbound 1018 a JIII Eastbound 741 p m F C Leaves for Paris 020 a in Returns 1H25 a m Leaves for Paris UiOOp in Returns 7 20 p m JW WATSON Ticket Agent Daily NtI4 Leave Af1 No II 1J ellv DailyEx A Stove that is Different On 30 Days Free Trial Heros n chance to got a stove youll bo proud of on terms youll be glad to take advantage of Wo want a Mace to prove the worth of Bucks Stoves and Ranges by putting one in your homo on thirty days freo trial Bucks Ranges have special duplex grates hot blast firebacks fuelsaving fire boxes f sanitary white enamel ovens find reservoirs with all tho advantages found in ordinary stoves Lot us send you a Bucks Stove or range day theyre nIl fuel savers R ROGERS SONS LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMER TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE SEPT 9 10CO EASTBOUND WESTBOUND DuilylEX II8a ItIEx IDnlly A dr Daily IPMI 783 b 11loxlnltO1 506 Winchester 11IlI 62iM Igg LETunction 603- 900 140 Clay City 484 410 Stanton 425 Campion Junction 7t0 857 IIOS Natural Bridge 355 tHI 842 i0 Junction i0 707 aao 1040I 05I IUenttymo 610I 263 226 290 IP Junction Trains No 1112 and will connections with tho 05 Ji H for tIt Sterling r nm w in Tnnr fiin Trains 1 mill 4will connect with tho Mountain Cen CampionBeattyville tho LARy for O Trains IIKJ cad connect with the O K ny for local flyv CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G P A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY IMla1 No to ii No2 DallyEx 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