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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 ir 77 rfl r iKF I r ri i r i TILE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT 1 GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEHMS 100 In Advanceu YOLIYYY FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3 1906 No 9 CORKERS AND TWISTERS Bv Baldheaded Ike Frankfort 11 Louisville 1 Then Frankfort seized the baseball lint And gave tho girls a wink Whilst Louisvillo looked up throughits hat For sure it know how quickly that Twotild gut tho dinky dink Bohnnnan squarely filled the box And sent the scorchers in Till Louisville lost its boots und sox And left with us its pile of rocksIThat It was a cold day when Louisville got left in the baseball game at Glenwood Park Some sly gamin had stolen their rabbits foot and they beat the air with the stick and ran bases as if they were tired of life I There sites forare fifty mnnu- facturing plants in the valley be tween Frankfort and Thorn Hill with a railway at their front doors and a street cur line on the other side to take their operatives homo A full water supply is handy either by pipes from tho reservoir line or driven wells to tho gravel deposits that underlie tho BurfOCej A wellknown citizen West End has a great faculty for imitating the voice of others H was once clerking in the store of Boss Lampton The wifo of a prominent and welltodo citizen whose voice was peculiar and nasal one day came into the store to make purchases The clerk was in the back room and unno ticed saw the lady enter No one else was in the store The clerk saw a chance for a practical joke Imitating the voice of tho lady s husband he exclaimed in loud nasal and apparently excited topes Lampton didnt I tell you not to sell my wife any more goods on credit Cant you obey me My My My wife will bring my nose to the grindstone yet And the clerk was proceed ing in the same style to lament the extravagances of the wife when the lady in great indigna tion flirted out of the store and rushed homeward to find her husband quietly seated in a chair in his room reading a paper Stopping short she exclaimed Why Why but wasnt you down at Boss Lamptons store just now Havnt been out of the house today he replied Then remembering the abilities of the clerk as an imitator of the husbands voice she divined the deception that had given her suchi excitement and hastening hac to the store she seized the yar stick and gave chase to the clerk belaboring him over tho head and shoulders as ho ran laughing to eeoapo the chastisement Old Major Carnenl was a singu lar character He was one of the woalthiost citizens of Frankfort His manners were odd his style gruff and his favors and patronII age infrequent One day riage was standing at tho front door of tho Capital Hotel A young man who had a vein ofj humor in his composition ven tlliiw j enjITnke it and go to liI gruffly replied Cnrucal- Tho young clerk accepted the use of tho carriage so abruptly tenderedand driving around the undIgreat glee Driving out towards Bridgeport and Hardinsvilln they spent the duty in gathering haws persimmons and grnpesI nuts protracting the trip til nightfall Meanwhile Major Carneal tva labisjonco anger was at favor heat and his abuse choleric As the carriage drove up to the hotel steps after nightfall and the young clock stepped to the ground Major Carneal who had been angrily waiting its return stopped forward and with a volley of expletives asked him why he had served him so badly IYou told me said the clerk ltotakotho carriage and go to hl with it but I couldnt get any further than Hardinsville s rL I brought it back The unexpected and humorous answer so touched Corneal that he afterwards told the incident youngI WATCHFULe A InnyFrankfort Trouble IVntch tho kidney secretions they have the amber hue of health The discharges not excessive or infrequent ICoutuin no brickdust like sediment Deans Kidney Pills will do thi for you They watch the kidneys and cure them when theyre sick C H Luckett night clerknt tho Hotel Fleming Holmes St says I was troubled for some time with marked symptoms of kidney ailment principally in connection with the kidney secre Lions which at times were ver annoying and distressing Isay Doans Kidney Pills advertised and so highly recommended thatJit was with hopes that they help me that I went to J W Gayles drug store and got a box I used them as directed and found that they benefited mo in every way so much so that I have recommended them to my friends on several occasions and will do so whenever I can You may re fer tome at any time as used Doans Kidney Pills with goo results and I hope it may be the means of relieving others who may be suffering from the com mon complaint kidney troubles For sale by all dealers Pric 50cents FosterMilburn CoIBuffalo New York sole agents Statesdj Doans and take no other OLD CROW RESUMES OPER- TIONS The celebrated Old Crow Distillery No 106 the property of W A Gaines Co resumed operations for tho season on Thursday last- Considerable improvement has magllnifioent r ynyal NtMMM4tlld- r Ka Mw PROMINENT VERSAILLES BANKER DIES Mr Jas P Amsden cashier of the Armsdon Bank at Versailles died at St Josephs Infirmary at Lexington on Monday after a short illness with double pneu monia coupled with appendicitis Mr A m don and his wife had gone to Fayetto county to visit choir aught Mrs Jus13 lIng gin ut Elmeiulorf when 31 r Armsdon was attached with ap lpendicitis and was taken to the Lexington infirmary for an opera- stton Boforo this could bo done however puoumonia set in and after lingering about ton days the end canto Mr Amsdon was a prominent financier of the Woodford capital and he and his brother Mr John L Amsdon owned the Amsden Bank Ho was also President of Railiw runs ville from Versailles He was interested in other big affairs He was a genial and popular gentleman Besides his brother Mr John Amsdon he leaves a wife one daughter Mrs W I Moberly one stepdaughter Mrs J B Hoggin and a lnrge circle of reIn tives and friends to mourn his death at the very height of his usefulness as a citizen The remains were brought to Versailles on Thursday tho fune ral services conducted from the Episcopal Church tot which he was a member and deposited in the cemetery at that place by the side of his father and mother We tender our sincere sym pathy FORTUNATE MISSOURIANS III When I was a druggist at Dwyersmy customers were permanently cured of Kings Now Discovery and are well and strong today Ono was trying to noil property and usingNewfound it unnecessary to do so I Discoveryyin existence Surest Cough and Lunghenlqrgists 50c and 1 Trial bottle free II ACCIDENT AT NEW CAPITOL By the falling of a scaffold at the now capitol on Monday three thedscaffold precipitated the men some fifteen feet James Brooks col ored had three ribs and his right handebadly bruised Is in a very seri ors condition- Roger Muuday colored hadI his right leg badly hurt Frank Soxton white was hurt stomachADr C A Fish the companys surgeon attended the injured ton Piles quickly and positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic PilesIand pilesIby all dealers STOREIIS THE PLACE TO PR- ACTICEECONOMY I C KJLCrlH BRO JUDGMENT FOR 10000 AFFIRMED In time case of Ueltschis Execu tors v h N and C 0 R R Companies the judgment of tho circuit court awarding 10000 damages for the killing of Mr Robert Ueltohi was affirmed by the Court of Appeals on Tuesday Judge Lassing writing the ion opinj 1 Preventics as the name im plies prevent all Colds and Grippe when taken at the sneeze stage Preventics are toothsome candy tablets Preventics dissipate all colds quickly and taken early when you first feel that a is coming they check and prevent them Proven tics are thoroughly safe for children and as effectual for adults Sold and recom mended in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by till dealers I DISASTER TO FORMER FRANKFORT PEOPLE By a dispatch from Richmond we regret to learn that the residence of Mr Wm H Grider at College lull Madison county was burned on Sunday night last involving a loss of 2500 with only f 1500 insurance Mrs Gridor was formerly Miss Lucy Sayres of this city Her mother Mrs Satin C Sayros re sides with her and two handsome portraits of Col Thos A Theo bald and wife valued at over 1000 were destroyed The family were all away from home at the time arm Early Risers TIN IMKMM Uttto pUto A Aji ft JtI 1lr SECOND CONVICTION Daniel Adams the second at tendant at tho Eastern Lunatic Asylum at Lexington to be tried for the murder of Fred Ketterer i of Ashland was conducted by the jury on Sunday at noon the case having been submitted to them Saturday night and what a travesty on justice sent to jail theInext thing it will bo coldblooded murder defined as justifiable suiicide aIIFrankfort is ful women with their clear com plexions und rosy cheeks This ie because they alluse Father liams Indian Tea or Herb WiIjlets They are deservedly lar Only 20c a box sold under a guarantee by popuifort Drug Co Druggists WINTER CARS ON AGAINIOn Thursday last tho Traction I Co put tho five winter oars back in commission on the city line of street cars The cars have boenirepaired and put in good tion for their winters work Wo are gratified at this action of the company and congratulate Manager J D Salleo upon having his action in urging the return g of the cars complied with ir genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold IB one 4ay a tj 1 IvfJY3f7 SPECIALI m = 5 PERS0NA Mr R T Lynch loft Wednesday for Washington Judge D Redwine of Jackson was here Tuesday Misses Anne and Emily Thomas art visiting in Louisville Col Jas A Scott and wife visited in Louisville this week Mrs L S Graham visited friends in Louisville this weep Judge J RMorton of Lexington was in the city on Saturday Senator A S Bennett of Hartford was in the city this week Judge Chu R McDowell of Dan ville was in the city Tuesday Mr Louis Crutcher and bride have returned from their wedding trip Judge Ben G Williams made a buss ness trip to Louisville this week Mrs E C ORear returned Saturday evening front a visit to Lexington Mr Howard Orblson left Wednes day for Indianapolis Ind to reside Editor J 0 Cooper of the Midway Clipper was in the city on Monday Miss Nary Todd Nichol has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington tits P H Newman of St Louis Mx visited friends here this week Dr E Carl lloomele has returned from a visit to relatives at Eminence Dr Josephine Hoggins osteopath has returned from a visit to Lexing ton tits Anna Letcher of Xicholasville was the guest of friends here Satur dayJudge Win Lindsay returned from a business trip to Winchester on Satur day Mr W J Roberts left Wednesday for Eastern Kentucky on a business trip Mrs W S Farmer was the guest of Mr Oscar Farmer in Louisville this week Mr Geo B Winslow of Carrollton attended the Court of Appeals this week Mrs E C Roemele and son E Carl Jr visited relatives at Eminence this week Miss Nonie Goodwin has accepted a position with Mr W A Howard the grocer Capt M H Insko of Carlisle was here on Monday last on government C C Calhoun of Washington City was in the city this week on legal business Mr Rob Farmer visited his parents Mr B T Farmer and wife in Cincin nail this week Mrs Rebecca Kline who has been the guest of friends at Shelbyville has returned home Misses Babel Hubbell Nary and Lucy Caplinger visited friends in Shelbyville Sunday Miss Wintcrsmith of Louisville is the guest of Col Geo F Berry and wife at Juniper Hill Mr Edmund Watson Taylor left Thursday for New York City en route for a tour of Europe Mr Geo M Gayle of Kentucky University Lexington was at home Saturday and Sunday f Mr Matt Benckart and wife of Lexington were guests of her sister Mrs A J Lynch this week Ars Jas A Hodges of Louisville was the guest of her sister Mrs Helen H McClure this week Mr J B Lewis of this office spent Sunday in Louisville the guest of his son Mr Geo W Lewis Jr Miss Pattie Thomas of Louisville was the guest of her mother Mrs Mollie Thomas on Sunday Miss May Ettle Smith of Louisville l y it =spont Sunday here the west of lu father Col Saml R Smith Mil Granville Dupuy of St BlrnuulI Ohio visited his parents Mr Dupuy and wife this weeleItits E C Roemele and son whc have been guests of relatives at Eminence have returned home Gov W O Bradley of Louisville was the guest of his daughter Mrs Jno G South on TuesdarjMiss Emeline Willis of Nicholas villo was the guest of her cousin Miss Genevieve Poser this week Mrs Kinkead of Lexington who has been the guest of Mr S D Johnson and wife has returned home Miss Susie Berryman of Louisville was the guest of Miss Geneveivc Posey Todd street this week Mr Lew Church and son went to Louisville GrahamI a view of locating in that c1t Mrs Ed Porter grandson Elliott Orr have gone to Louis Mo to spend the winter StI Cadet Howard Umethum and classmate Cadet Paul Blessing of State College spent Sunday here Miss Alice French and Mrs South Trouble stave returned from a two months stay at Battle Creel Mich LoulS111ejwho home Mr Ben Groom wife and daughter of Versailles who visited her parents Mr S T Pence and wife have return ed home ofI Mir Richard Hopple and wife Lexington who have been guests of Mr Sam South and wife have return ed home sonlGeorgebeen visiting friends here have re turned home Col Ed P Bryan and wife of New York City was the guest of his bro therinlaw Mr L Labrot on Sunday and Monday Master Walter Martin Snootzie a former employe of this office who has been visting his mother here has gone to his home in Arkansas Capt L T West wife and son Mr Jas B West have gone to Eastern Kentucky on a business trip which will last several weeks Miss Hunt of Greenville Mss who has been the guest of her cousins the Misses Chinn Shelby street returned home on Tuesday Miss Edith Posey who is a student at Caldwell College Danville and who has been the guest of her Mr W H Posey and wife has turned to school reel asjsl5tantB Marshall in this city has returned to his home at lhdlesboroj Mr C A Taggart and family who have been living here for the last year where Mr Taggart was employed ut the New Capitol have returned to their old home in Virginia Mr E A Gulllon of Carrollton canudate for the Democratic nomina tlon for Superintendent of Public In struction was In the city fixing his fences on Saturday and Sunday Mr Joseph Florian of the Forks of Elkhorn left Saturday for Ghent Ky where he will reside in future Mr Florian has been a subscriber for this paper ever since it first Issued Mr Hartwell C LeCompte who has been at Newport for some time has returned home Hewas formerly the clever and accommodating driver of the Adams Express wagon in this city Mrs S S Frackleton the pottery expert from who delivered a beautiful lecture on her specialty Friday night and who was the guest of MUss Lilian Lindsay left for Louisville Saturday r JIur 71 1ri 1CY6aliGlgttlr f r tt rt i 1 7tt WEITZELS SPECIALS Now Tailored Suits Hliiik BIll Checks and Mixtures 1200 100and 1500 New Dress Skirts 500 1tGt11 700 und 800 New Chi ilrons Cloairs 500 f tIInd 70- 0New Mists Cloaks 500 700 soo and 1000 New La is Cloaks 500 tiui 700 800 900 anti 100- 0Greit Values in All Wool Blankets Big Size 4 s8 See our Special a185 Black Silk this week Price only 98- cCEAS Jr WEITZEL 3 1tJ t f i1ml tritt r rc A NEW ASSOCIATE Irhe above is a poor picture ofj friend Mr Woodford jV Longmoor of this city who lately associated himself with Col R C Crenslmw of Christian county who is a candidate for Commusioner of Agriculture Labor and Statistics before the primaryI the present Deputy Commissioner under Mr Vreelnd Mr Longmoor has been a resi dent ot this city ever since his honored father canto here as Clerk of the Court of Appeals He has further identified himself with your people in his marriage to one of Frankforts prettiest und sweet est girls Mr Longmoor is a clever and popular young follow und is one of the pencil pushing fraternity Hurl ho ought to be pushed along by the newspaper boys lloroa lookin at yet pard PRISONER ESCAPES GUARD AGO DENTALLY SHOT WhilH at work on the sidewalk on the north silo of the Peniten tiary en Saturday Charles Hood a highway robber sent up from Marion county made his escape trom Urn guard and has thus far eluded pursuit looking under a pile of 11VhilC tho Prison lumberyard u guard from Lincoln county tAt his pistol full from the holster which exploded tho hull en turing btu loft arm at tho wrist and plowed its way through the fleshy port of the tutu nearly to the elbow tad out Surgical atten tion was rendered and Mr tinges went to his homo at Crab Orchard to await the healing of tho wound Later Hood was captured on Monday by Mr J W True living near Switzer and returned to the prison He was glad to get book as he was nearly frozen ilA11i 4v 100 Pieces l Taffeta Silk- Ribbon All Colors and Black 1 lOo PER YARD t0 it t J H i Jf HEENEYSfJ Saturday Specials Will offer on SATURDAY ut Extraordinary Low Prices LADIES and MISSES JACKETS and SKIRTS Our Goods aro Alwuys Satisfactory Skirt and Jacket for 5 00 A 11 Wool Mixtures Skirt and Jacket for 7 50 AllWool Cheviot Skirt and racket for 9 50ISatin Lined Coat strictly Tailored Skirt and Coat 12 50 andX15 00 Childrens Underwear 1Glnd 25o a piece Ladies Undezivcar 23e enellIWOOL BLANKETS AND COMFORTS Curtains GOc 75o 100 412G and X150 paIr Muslin Curtains QOc 75e 100 a pair jt1 RUGS STILL SOLD AT REDUCED PRICES F T HEENEY 11 mn m l That Good Flour sfPRIDE OF MADISON L Ask your grocer q We carry a full line of Hay Straw Salt Seeds Corn and Stock Foods t 1 r HEISE SONS Ii- IBothm LADDERS AT COST 4 I 11 We are rebuilding our Office and Warehouse and they are in the way Come and get oneI Hammond Co ii t 1iC tf It t NOjf 1 Stoll 8 Co Lexington John T rounn111lr J M Stevenson additional r and bottling F G Sparks gauging 2 Kentucky River Distillery Frank J fort Btickner McElroy day J R Spiers additional C it Kash addi tional C M Kash additonal Z J Phelps bottling C N Wiard gauger Maysiadditional and bottling H S Bell gaugerI4 W A Gaines Co Frankfort J E Hanrahan day D B Walcutt auuitional W P Bacon additional G T Scearce additional D Harp additional W H Sneed bottling F D Clark gauger 5 J E Pepper Co Lexington J R Sams day G P McCann addition al W D Blanding additonal and bottling D C Berryman gauger 6 Poyntz Bros Co Mlaysvllle J So Wallingford Storekeepergauger 9 S J Greenbaum Midway W S t Lyne day P G Powell additional PJgauger 10 Peacock Distillery Co Kiserton C L Hough day J D Shy addition al and bottling D C Berryman gaug er WI14 G G White Co ParlsJ M r Burbridge day J M Walker additional W B Anderson bottling D gaugerIDistillery Co Mt Sterling J J Kearns day J O Kash J additional and bottling F G Parks gauger 24 J H Rogers Co Maysville Frank Harting day P D Wells addl1 tional and Bottling H S Bell gauger 32 E M Babbitt VersaIllesC H Talbott day S P Willis additional rand bottling S D Pinkerton gauger 33 George Baker FrankfortAmos Griffith day P S Rule additional F D Clark gauger 37 John Cochran Co Frankfort W A Hamilton day L H Finnell Liadditional and bottling F D Clark 46T E Pepper Co Yarnallton J A Logan day E F Darnaby addi tional and bottling W F Croghan gauger 60 W J Frazier Versailles Gus Whitehouse storekeeperpauger 52 Labrot Graham Frankfort J T Berry day E Craig additional and bottling S D Pinkerton gauger 53 E H Taylor Jr Sons Frank fortSpeed F Owen day J H Smoot additional B F Fannin additional J M Tanner bottling L T Steele meal room H C Everett night John Stephauskl pauper 77 Paris Distilling Co ParlsJ M Russell day W G Cook additional J P Hutchcraft additional J H Mar ray bottling D C Berryman gauger er 91 J L M Saffell Frankfort J L Cox day S A Powell additional and bottling C N Walrd gauger f r f n r w 1 1 rxT n7z tS p r rATempting Gathering of Things Youre Needing Now JFZIuJC4iflYPFcedMttIf1AtlaVlArQINlA J10llrYITARNF1RM1M1CfllAtYNtiM 4IRYeOfll If iu your Fnll shopp ni you nnticipat nnju tnrc we can make it rlimurnlif beyond your lioptH Indifference wn vill convert into happy euthnxinern Vimiever the trend of your tit tshowuvsr you look nt the 1I1I0ppillg question this store will help you Months of careful preparation inaku that a simple matter 1ricolownens rnnkea us doubly confident Her n bright fresh asemblageaof Dress Goals ut Clunks and Suits for LntHod cluirm fug Clunks for the Uhil ron riuit and miiRiiitiocnt Rrj ok Its the dutyof tho thrifty otio to vUit our star now Here are magnetic pricey to draw you alIN IMt YtiF1MO tIMRV Suits 1500 for Serviceable Coat Suits in bluo black or grey rOO for Nobby Stylish Suits in red blue black or grey Kauh ouo possessing individ naiftytoo to fflOOO Dressy DemiCostumes for SemiDressy wenr Individual Styles Cloaks PrettyStyles700 for Pretty Mixtures in groys NobbJEffccts2500 Elegant Cloaks in Refined Styles 90 J N Blakemore L L Lemaster storekeeperganger 105 Haynes Trundle Stamping storeJtceperI additional T J meal room G Whitltington bottling L R Diggs night H gangerI Co Frankfort W M Saffell day L F Brown adds tional H T Gaines gauger 347 Garvin Bros LimestoneJ P Blair storekeepergauger 348 Sparks Conn Gimlet J C storekeepergaugerLexington Co LexingtonA G Leonard and A V Combs storekeepergaugers LexlngtonZBrandy Gauger Lexington Garland R Bullock Lexington Rectifying Houses Shan non Co J E Pepper Co R S gaugerFranltfortWilliam John Stephanski gauger LETTER LIST The following Is the list of advertised etters for the week ending Nov 3 Breeden Mrs Gaugh F M RobbieIGordon Fannie Fetts Henry Frazier Gertrude Gerhardt G H Greenaway Edgar Gooden I T Grant Glm- Johnson Eva Todd F B Lummey J M Martin Mrs C B Peregoy Arthur Sullivan Myrtle Semones Mrs Fannie Stondfleld John Samples Mrs When calling for the above letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M A GOOD APPOINTMENT By a dispatch from Lexington we learn that our friend Mr Stanley Milward eldest son of Col Wm R Milward has been appointed Postmaster of Lexing tonMr Milward is a very popular gentleman having been elected City Treasurer of that city when all the rest of his ticket was defeated He is an intelligent up right honorable man andwill make an efficient officer It will be a popular appointment We tender our hearty congratulations Dress GoodsiVuitiful Wool Plaids h out Batiste for House Dreses Pc cw Plaid Silks for Wnistc CllildrensCloaks The kind that Wear well nt 500 600 900 1000 1200 For the Roundabout BALM IN GILEAD And tho in distant State sigh Far far from Old Kentucky Homesickness often dims my eye And at my heartstrings pluck But once a week I know a pleas ure That almost makes me shout When the postman brings that treasure The Frankfort Roundabout I read the Births the Deaths and Married The personals I then attack How some have gone and some have tarried And some have just come back And then I read the City Hash By JohnnieGet Your Gun- I do not skip the ads as trash But read them every one I read all through the pages clean The sort of news I like County news I eagerly gleam Pea Ridge Bridgeport Benson Louisville Pike And often when Im tired out My homesick heart is aching Then comes the blessed Roundabout And keeps my heart from brealfIng W E L Odessa Texa- sHALLOWEEN OBSERVED The Halloween Festival was observed by the younger set ins this city on Wednesday night by the indulgence of all sorts of pranks some innocent but many that could not be placed in that categoryLuckily however there was no serious damage done We believe in fun and frolic for the young but when malice and spite are vented under cloak ot fun it is time to calla halt THURSDAYS ALARM An alarm from box 14 at 1 oclock p mf on Thursday caused the fire boys to make a quick run to Battle Alley where a chimney was burning out furiously It was extinguished with out any IUI RX ABean the Blgnatnw TAYLORiTHE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR It SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky t j l i 1Iu i t PRESSJfHB BUTTON fillet ft I 2000The 400 250 300 gold Co York Eagle guar If then be to ROUND TRIP From Louisville TO GORDA ST PETERSBURG ORLANDO and many other points in Florida VIA Southern RailwayA- ND Queen Crescent Route NOVEMBER 20TH Also Low Homeseekers Rates on November 6th and 20th to points In Tennessee North Carolina South Caro lina Mississippi Alabama Georgia Florida Texas Indian Territory Okla homa Territory Kansas Nebraska and Colorado Tickets first class allowing liberal stopovers In each direction and good returning within thirty days For illustrated literature and com plete information call on or address A R COOK C VT A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville O H HUNGERFORI District Passenger Agent 284 Fourth Ave I oulsviJleI J C BEAM JK A G St Louis Mo iJ i i coIYif i Underwear 6 t Thorn jg but olW AIK ROOK sit lias No Equal Vsts and Pants SOo Union Suits 100 I RugsMake Home Bright wit 7 new Rugs now 1AN IDEAL VACATION TRIPI YELLOWSTONEt PARK 2 PERSONALLY CONDUCTED iSpend Your Money in This Country- ITINERARY iP OF TRIP Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Manitou PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon Royal Gorge Glenwood Salt Lake City Ogden Marshall Pass Black SPrIngsIand six and one half days WOXDIRFUL YELLOWSTONE PARKJ ICOS1 OF TRIP r Expenses of nn ordinary trip of this nature has been folly considered and minimized so as to be within easy reach of all Special Sleepers will leave Louisville Night of July 25th For full particulars write IJH GALLAGHER- 1907 Barret Avenue Louisville SPLENDID OFFER We are able to give you this splendid offer jiAND Rrundabout- 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 horns news and the news of the politicalycampaign now on Send In names and cash 50 YEARS f EXPERIENCr 1 IDESIGNSAnyone sending asketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion an ommunlcalionstent free Oldest agency for securing patents recolverScientific Jlmtrl an- handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest d dilution of any eclcntlHo Journal Terms 4 year four months newsdealer YorkBranch tt rl C TfleFrankfurt RaunUa all u n llt IiiIlkfrt Ken kv 1IIdll ss erlL in niter = QfO A LEWIS ProV and Pub KFORT NOV 3 i906 nnInel MEETING CLOSED tnOODRev John II Third in uhe pas tor of Bunk Run Baptist Church at the Forks of Elkhorn closed a protracted meeting of two weeks duration on Sunday night Services were held twice a day a very unusual thing at this busy season of the year with the farmers and they were well attended There were 19 additions to the church 12 by experience and baptism and 7 by letterdRev Samuel Wilson of Shelby ville assisted Pastor Burdin in these services This belovedold church which had been in had shape and on a decline for several years has taken on new life since Mr Burdin took charge of it and the membership has been greatly stirred and strengthened as shown by the reports made to tho last Association Now comes this oldfashioned revival that has done so much good in the community and cheered the hearts of those who stood faithful in itsj darkest hours The solemn and searching preaching of Mr Wilson was greatly blessed by the Spirit of God at which all Christians re joiceIHOT ASHES NUISANCEDAN- GEROUS PRACTICEi Several times lately disastrous fires have been narrowly averted which were occasioned by the un lawful and dangerous practice of carrying hot ashes to the rear o t residences and placing them inj barrels or boxes close to build ings As an instance the sta- blConsumption IJ There is no specific for Iconsumption Fresh air ex erase food andIScotts Emulsion will come pretty near curing it if thereIis anything to build on lions of people throughout theI goodhealth jFrom time immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver oil for consumption Of course the patient couldnot take it in its old form hence it did very little good They can take SCOTTSEMULSION and tolerate it for a long time There is no oilnot easilydigested system as cod liver oil in the form of Scotts Emulsion and that is the reason it is so helpful in consumption whereI its use must be continuous IJ We will send you aIsample free Be sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrap per of every bottle of Emulsion you buy Scott Bowne Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York aodt drugglsu tw ll tI tj f tPfllilrty Days Was My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr Miles Heart Cure ICured Me weakheartUnlesseasily become a diseased heart A little extra hrinlouthisof sudden death1r Miles Heart Cure will tone the hearts action enrich the blood improve the circulation trouble bc an with catarrh and I have rhvassupposed it caused the trouble I have experienced heart I had the usual symptoms sleeplesnesslost appetite stipation palpitation of heart shortness underway and I suppose none was an inherited tendency At one time I was in agony I so seventy and became so weak thirtyclayshours a night on account of nervousness The east exercise such as walking about would bring on palpitation and fluttering ot the so severe would have to LiverPillssymptoms disappeared tinder the influence of Dr Miles New Heart Cure Iam in better health than I have been in twelve tears and I thank Dr Miles Remedies forit think they are the grandest remedies on recommendingthemWaxahachie Tex bottJeAddreMUr of Mr Chas W SalTell wasI burned on Monday last and but the fact that the department was prompt in responding to the alarm and that it was in tho da time a destructive fire would have resulted The same day a pile of hot ashes set fire to the discarded body of a pony cart at a nearby residence in the same neighbor hoodGreat care should be exercised n this matter Some of the most afflictedsthis city canto trom the cause We call to mind that o November 1871 when 85 houses fda dence on St Clair and burned through to Ann street the Christian Church being one of the buildings burned HAS STILL BETTER PLACE IIn our Saturdays issue we that our young friend Mr Fred L Grinstead had been transferred from Portsmouth Ohio to Cincinnati as an agent of the Adams Express Co By a dispatch from Lexington and the Lexington papers we learn that Mr Grinstead has been appointed agent at Lexington to succeed Mr Geo K Bell who has been retired on a pension on account of ill health We have two Frankfort boys in the Lexington office nowFred- L Grmstoad and C Gran Graham DESPERATE ATTEMPT TO KEEP FROM WORK A prisoner in the Penitentiary sent up from Covington for burg lary has managed to escape working in the shoe factory on one plea and another he was wounded in the arm when captured and Saturday he was put in a place where he was compelled to do something Ho deliberately cutI oil two fingers from hit hand and thus disabled himself- PROTRACTED MEETING AT BETHEL Rev John H Burdin the pastor commenced a protracted meeting at Bethel Baptist Church near Peaks Mill on Monday night It is expected that the meeting will continue two weeks is earnestly hoped that great IIt will be accomplished In Name iIQt UNDERGROUND WATERS OF WESTERN KENTUCKY A valuable coin interesting dis cussion of the underground water resources of Kentucky west of TonmFs elect is ulyuiud in UatrrSupply and motion Paper Mo lint just jpnud iy the United States Geologic Survey Tho investigations mode hy the hydrographic branch ot the jto logical survey show that in West ern Kentucky the underground water resources are largely do pendent on the local rainfall The springs und shallow wells de rive their supplies exclusively from the rain falling in their imj mediate vicinity while the rocks from which tho deep wulls obtain waters are supplied by the rain that folio within tho State or in tho area just west of Mississippi river In only a few oases do deep wells pierce the hard rocks that lie beneath the soft sends and clays In Iater Supply Paper No 1G4 which may be obtained on application to tho dfrec tors of the United States Geolog ical Survey at Washington D are discussed the general coudi tions that govern the occurrence of water in wells and the relation of the geology of tho region to the supply of underground water folIlowedthat show the water conditions in whichyheight to which it rises without pumping DEATHS FROM APPENDI CITIS Decrease in the soma ratio that the use of Dr Kings New Life youfromstipatiofStrength and vigor always follow use Guaranteed by al- ruggists Try them MONDAYS FIRE A telephone alarm called the fire boys to the residence of Mr Chas W Saffell on Second street on Monday morning where hot ashes had setfire to the stable Owing to the high wind pravail ing the firemen had hard work to extinguish the blaze Several other small outbuildings were consumed The loss was about 800 The department did fine work otherwise there would have been a disastrous fire CASTORIAFor Till Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- S1pat1Ut of WANTEDGentleman or lady with good reference to travel rail y or with a rig for a firm of 250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and 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Cisterns and Milk houses in any part of County Boiler Furnace work and repairs Phone 528 836 ai KILLTHI COUCH AND CURE THI LUNCS KingsNew FOR cONSUMPTION I50eISureat and Quickest Care for aU THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BAOK t tI- It f qltlHA t WAtC f E1S I1 ArARECARRIEDALL OVER THE wORLDI Cases plain simple and ornate iIr 1 Silver in either Gold Gold Filled or For the RoundaboutI wD CORNERS u Why hello Uncle Ephriham t I said it with gladness as we met bands right in the midst ofa jI r crowd congregated on Main street county court day last week Still lookin peeked madam an the old woman told me to bring yer home with me Thats if yer Ai kin ride in a wagon 1 should think I could with the greatest 1ti delight and the invitation is ac cepted with many thanks Ill f wait at Dr Averills Drug Store- My friend was not long tarry ing and wo had started out on our Xi homeward way when he remem t bered that he had forgotten the rolls and some hanks of yarn We turned around and purchased these aricles without much worry I bought pop corn which I never eat peanuts which I abhor and chewing gum which I gave to my neighbor who proceeded to chew it as if his life depended upon the motion and I feeling as if life Owas worth while calmly surveyed from my seat of honor beside the t driver the white turnpike with ioJ 1its hurry bustling street oar line and the up hill interurban t working teams We drove Hon Thomas the best natured animal I ever saw and while I laughed and chat tered my friend listened with ilent respect and an occasional suggestion for instance when an automobile passed us gliding r along in the mysterious fashion of ghostly visitants He said Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription to not a secret or medicine against 1f which the most intelligent people are uite naturally averse because of the un certainty as to their harmless character flbut Is a OF KNOWN COMPOSITION list of all Its Ingredients being printed inplain Enullsh on every bottle wrapper An examination of 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above They are for the asking If you suitor from periodical headache Iwokfche dizziness pain or dragging down sensation low down in the abdomen weak back have disagreeable and weak Ing catarrhal pelvic drain or are in 11 distress from being long on our feet then you may bo sure of bandit from taking Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription- Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets the best lax Theyya or iil It il 0 Ca rtf1WT1 1 71 vT7 v 7 W T fiy t 1 j u rtf1 J 1 cI 1 7rtt IEEPING H GOOD WRTG4YIs necessary to every man who would in life The kinds we sell are guaranteed to give youione of mans strongest assets punctuality if you will obey them Only standard and mOVenl611ts1tfi- l1Cllace here and we willingly guarantee them tofbe accurate timekeepers fI W A SELBERT5 liACROSS 1during succeed reliable If that thar machine had been seen by my grandparents they had thought the worlds end had come I feel a heap safer sitting up here behind Thomas than if I had one of the monsters a reeliu down thor pike Hows terbaca yer say Oh wo hev hed extra luck a curia hit John come over with his scientific lurnin and put ther whole businessin case whilst we wuz a studying how ter do hit Ho says our lot uv terbacca will handle fine an hits LouIisvillecrop splendid We sole 20 stands of old bees an hev about that many new ones Yesthem trees do look beautiful That one is a gum an over thar a maple October mother says brings back ter her lots of memories Her birthday and marriage day anniversaries come in this month By ther way what do yer think she says She is boun ter go with yer ter Kissinger and Johns goin ter drive in ther high trap so yer can see ther country behin an befo and Uncle Ephy chuckled visibly- I like that ideaI responded I am always on the look out for anything interesting and I am sure the high trap will bring to all of us a very happy day As we ascended the hill bySil ver Lake a party of fishermen met us among them the two grandsons of Uncle Eph We stopped to exchange greetings and were the surprised recipientsI of a string of speckled Tell grandma said Julian to fry them like she loves them and Mrs Warner will enjoy eating breakfast Mother expects you to come to us for a visit AuntieIWarner said the Father will go tomorrow with you and grandma Goodby till we see you again and away they raced on their Shetland ponies lighthearted courteous country boys whose message of gracious hospitality brought a sweet con solation to my lonely life We stopped at the blacksmith shop to settle a bill and I ran across tho pike to drink from the wayside well The water was so refreshing that I carried a dipper full to my friend and was amply repaid by his look of appreciation We met four loads of hay In one wagon sitting way up sky high was an old friend of myi girlhood What did he do but stop that team scramble down from his lofty perch and shake hands as he used to do in the lost days of happiness It did both of us a world of good tc moot after a century of unrest and sorrow and his crop of hair was just as red and his eyes as blue as when in tho winter of our discontent we said goodbyeII M l for this pleasure of meeting you Nell Its good to look into your face again Come to see us wont you There is my wife and tho three little ones and you shall bo- one of the household Bring her up Uncle Eph And I was actually mopping my face and wiping away tears before I realized that we had met as ships that pass in the night andspeak to each other in passing and I had found one kindly pleasant thought blossoming through time and absence as beautiful as when first planted in the garden of my heartUncle Eph respected my emotion He chattered of wayside tales of his old memories and it was well on toward sunset before he halted at the barn lot gate and I scrambled out to run right into the arms of dear old grandma in her bluechecked apron white cap and black gown She kissed my cheek and muttered some benediction and leaving grandpa to do his feeding we went into the house N S COX October 25 BENSON Benson is surely improving and growing Mr J J Hulette is having a new coal house built Mr Bob Hulette is building a barn and Mr Sam Hulette is add ing to his house Mr Preston Wades little daughter Elizabeth who has been very ill of pneumonia is rapidly recovering BornIn this county to Mr George Mitchell and wife a daughter weight 9 pounds IMr Frank Edge who has been visiting his sister Mrs Sam Lace field has returned home I1Ir Earl Bodkin of Frankfort guest of his brother Mr Will Bodkin Sunday Leslie Samples and wife I1Ir WeakKidneys Weak Kidneys surely point to weak kidney Nerves Tho Kidneys like tho Heart and the Stomach find their weakness not In tho organ 11au money wollIIf your back aches or Is weal if tho urine enIds or Is dark and strong if you have symptoms of Brights or other distressing or dangerous kid coy disease try Dr whoops Restorative a month Tablets or Liquid and see what It can and will 4o for you Druggist recommend and sell Dr Shoops Restorative IALL DEALERS J tSi k l 1ft Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reefIF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD WE SEEK THE BEST CLASS OF TRADE There are persons in every community who buyzapnothing but the best and to such persons it isk l priceThis r strictly IIAND MADE and will out wear fjunderTHING If you need a new vehicle of any buyingiWeing 1A11vehicles ifromwithout costtt 1JSeller Carriage GO I VERSAILLES KY H K WARDPresident keephouseI maybeI tell it as twas told to me- BENSONI1E When the tip of a dogs nose is cold and moist that dog is not sick A feverish dry nose means sickness with a dog And so with the human lips Dry cracked and colorless lips mean feverish appearingvelvet like lips apply at bedtime a coating of Dr Shoops Green Salve It will soften and heal any skin ailment Get a free trial box at our store and beI convinced Large nickel capped glass jars 25 cents All dealers TO TOBACCO SHIPPERS Now that Mr J T Riner of Pleasureville Ky is with us we wish to say to his many friends that we will be glad to meAt them at the Old Pickett Will certainly use our best efforts to aid them in securing satisfactory prices for their tobacco in fact will be glad to serve them in any way we can We find Mr Riner to be a plain practicable business man always ready and willing to give close and careful attention to the inter est of his friends and with his help wo hope to make all feel at homo while with us WithnRBurnuce of our appreciation of their patronage we mire Very truly C PropsPicket9lt Louisville Ky MEETING OF DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY The members of the Joseph H Lewis Chapter U D Care earn ostly requested to moot at the resi dence of Mrs E L Samuel next Saturday November 8 1900 at 280 p m- Election of officers and other business importance MRS J ALEX GRANT President Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Baceeiafal treatment for blood and skin diseases r 1fi dt i rt i f t C M IiiSecTEARS UP INTERURBAN On TRACKItcif employes road tore up isville and Eastern Line at Beards Station Interurbanfa lot of obstructions It is said the L N claim that they own the ground over which the Interurban Road had laid its track What will be the next step on the program is looked for with considerable interest I I VitalI QuestionsWhat Doctor Prescribe What does the Druggist Supply Health often balances between these two questions Life itself r may depend on the precise fill ing of a prescription with drugs strengthi notIWe are careful about both We see to it that all our drugs have the precise strength they should r have and they aro always com pounded with scientific ac curacy illW GAYLE Druggist vayI t r KA RRI EB LEE11111in this county on Tuf liy Mr las T lee I1ndI Miss MViaivt Riddle wen mar vied BAa rHlOLLA IU In this county on Tuesday Mr Tuck Baker and Miss Bertha Pollard were married MOORESHOUSE In Bridge port on Tnosclny Mr David M f Moore and Miss Jennie H Shouse were married SMITHWILSON At Bridge port on Tuesday Mr Ernes- Smith and Miss Mattie Lee Wilson were married- LANCASTER METIn this count on Tuesday Mr Jos L Lancaster and Miss Mattie P Met were marrie- dDENNISTOPASSIn George town on Thursday Mr Ora Dennis and Miss Birdie Topass both of this county were married b- yRev1 L Neal of the Presby terian Church JOHNSONPERHAM thi county at the residence of the brides father Mr Geo Jones near Jetts on Wednesday Mr Flournoy Johnson and Mrs Sal lie Perham were married The young couple are very popular They will be at home at the Frankfort Hotel after Nov 10th YATES MAN FORD At the residence of Mr C T Duvall at Stamping Ground Mr George Yates of Oklahoma and Miss Anna Manford were married on TuesdayMr is a prominent young business man of the new State His bride is a fine young woman formerly bookkeeper for Messrs Crutcher Simpson in this city MILES JONES Announce meat is made of the approaching marriage of Mr Norman Miles and Miss Ada Cole Jones of Kenova West Virginia Mr Miles is the oldest son o Mr Jas N Miles of this city and is a fine young fellow Hi bride to be is a charming and popular young lady The wed ding is to occur Wednesday De ember LAWSONREAGANIn Coy Ington Monday Mr Eli Lawson of Newport and Miss Nellie flea gan of this city were married by Rev Vicar General Brossart of the Catholic Church Mr Lawson was a formerly val tied employe of the Frankfort Shoe Co and while here wooed and won his bride Miss Reagan was with Mr W Arthur Howard and was a handsome popular and lovable girl THANKSt We have been placed under obligations to our friend Mr Dan L Kennedy of the Arcade for- a fine bottle of superior Port Wine which he enjoins shall only used e in sickness Mr Kennedy is a bighearted clever follow who lies more friends than anybody iu Frankfort- It can safely be said that if all saloons were conducted as our friend does his there would be fur less complaint He allows no disorder in his house We return to him our sincere thanks fur his courtesy J A MOUNTAIN OF GOLD r happiness7 Caroline Wis as did one 25c box whenittorturedhereptic healer of Piles Wounds nd Sores 25c at all druggists V f if r 5i i t 1it fhii1 Ii BIRTHS S rIriiin this city on Tues lay to Mr Frank R Smith and wife a daughter Flora otc oa CREDIT TO WHOM CREDIT A colored mUll by the name of Bud Thomas was arrested by Officer Reagan on Wednesday null judged in jail charged with burglariously entering the house of Mr Tohn A Kleber on Taylor avenue and taking a valuable diamond ring a solid gold ring jewelryt due to tho vigi lance of Mr John Miles Em mitt the postman who saw tho man maneuvering to enter the house when on his rounds as postman and was attracted to it by tin peculiar way in which too man acted Afterwards when tho burglary was known the mtm- came to the postolhee and Mr Emniitt seeing him quickly noti fied the oilicer and the arrest fol ring and other jewelry was handss before being finally recovered But for Mr Emmitts thought fulness the thief would have mmnc Good POSTMASTER ROBBED G W Fouts Postmaster a Riverton In lost his life tad was robbedof all comfort according to his letter which says For 20 years I had chronic liver complaint which led to a severe case of jaundice that eve my finger nails turned yellow when my doctor prescribed Elec tric Bitters which cured me and have kept me well for eleven years Sure cure for Billious ness Neuralgia Weakness arid all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derangements A wonderful Tonic At all druggists 50 cents ANOTHER ASH BARREL FIRE About 320 oclock on Wednes in day afternoon a blaze was started an ash barrel in the rear of times jail which soon communicated to the high plank fence and was going at a merry gait when dis covered Had it occurred at night a very serious fire would have re sulted in all probability as the livery stable of Mr C C Hazel rigg is just across the alley and very combustible matter is con twined in it Llttllra Early Risers The famous Mttto pIHt UP AGAINST THE LAW The students of State 1not however the bulk of them we are glad to say committed very serious outrages on Wednes day night in celebrating Hal loween Several policemen wore badly beaten up and street curs were damaged Very properly arrests were ntad of some of time young men au efforts made to find out others who were in the riot We believe in the young havimm all the fun they can for life burdens will soon enough come but they must not be allowed to injure others in that fun THE REV IRL R HICKS ALMANAC The Rev Irl R Hicks has been compelled by tho popular demand to resume the publication of his well known and popular Almanac for J907 This splendid Almanac is now ready For sale by news dealers or sent postpaid for 25 cents by Word and Works Pub lishing Company 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo publishers of Word and Works ono of tho best dollar monthly magazines in America One Almanac goes with every subscription 92t I DEATHS ARNOLD In this city on Sunday morning Mrs Mary Todd lrnollwife of Mr Philip D 11101 1nged Ito years after tIlong illness Mrs Arnold was a beautiful and accomplishefl womai For several years she had suffered sev eral operations failing to bring the relief sought She was a de ivout member of tho Southern Presbyterian Church and tho funeral services were conducted ruesdnyIher pastor She leaves besides her husband and twc small children her mother and three brothers to mourn her untimely death The interment was in our ceme tery on the hill 1BOWENAt his home neat the Forks of Elkhorn on Tues day Mr John H Bowen aged 05 yearsMr Bowen was the oldest son of Hon D M Bowen who at one time was the Representative from this county in the Legisla ture eMr Bowen was a quiet retir ing and unostentatious gentleman a farmer and stock raiser by profession pootthought that his death would occur so soon In young manhood he wedded daughternand their grown daughter survive him The funeral took place on Wed nesday afternoon at the residence slid the remains were laid away in our cemetery ITS ME HOOLIGANS TROUBLES Will be the attraction at Capital Theatre next Friday Night From the Mobile Register of Wednesday is clipped the following con corning Hooligans Troubles which comes to Capitol Theatre Friday Nov 9 theseason Troubles at the Mobile Theatre last 1night the Initial performance of a two engagement The show is what might be termed a melange of peril mentThe vehicle was built to provoke laughter and from the liberal applause it can be said that all were pleased with Happy Hooligan and his company Frank Minor a clever com edian took the title role and he was one of the best both in point of acting populadr Hooligan during the play were special features In the third and last act Minor favored the audience with parody on In the Shade of the Old heartysorchestra accompaniment This cap tured the house and three times he re sponded on that instrument Seat Sale opens at Barretts Wednes day morningPrices COc 35c and 25c 50cw i KINGS DAUGHTERS CON IVENr10N The Kings Daughters Conven tion of Kentucky meets in Louisville Ky November 0 and 71 All members of tho order are re quested to attend MRS NELLIE S COX Corresponding Secretary I slmilatiii JfcselablcPrcparationror IwIg tlurSlumachs anlBowels of PromolesTJigcsUonCkeTful ness and QtoiumiMorphine nor Miner- alNOTNABcOTIC afOiIlIlrS4N1 zfnmnflJB A perfect for StomachDiarrhoea VormsConvutsionsFeverishr ness m dross OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK IICT OPYOYWBAPPEB BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and nt 9 and p m Leave Paris every hour from 0 a m to 7 p m and 10 p in Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and at 9 and 11 p m Leave Georgetown every hour from a m to 8 p m and at 10 p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 6 a m and at 8 and 10 p m Leave Versailles very hour from 7 a m to 7 p m and at 9 and 11 p m E T Phone 610 Home Phone 274 R T GUNN Manager Itf SPECIAL REDUCED RATES VIA HENDERSON ROUTEs TO Denver 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Main St Lexington Ky r W tfARRETT tleaerd Maaa W C RINEARSON O P A CiadaaItI Q It f r vr7Y r 77 if tJJIPi J fiV II t j J f ATTENTION BUILDERS 1- t i NOW IS BARN BUILDING TIMESf ROOFING Floroicl Roofing Three Roofing 1a Building c c 11 n 307309 Main St P c c i 307309 Main St S J n ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Ghlnn rector will conduct services as follows 980u m Sunday Fchnol a m Prayer und Sermon 780 p in Evening Prayer and Sermon Wednesday evening prayer at 730 pm Everybody Invited to attend BAPTIST CHUKCHKev M H Adams D D the pastor will preach at a m and 70 p t Sundayschool tit mIclass at U15 n in r Baptist Young Peoples Union at 700 p rachapelPrayermeeting on Wednesday night at chapelVisitors Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor will preach at a in and 780 Sundayschool at 980 a m In the t ehapel Christian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at chapelThe meets Tuesday afternoon at a oclock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Mass at 730 a m Mass at 10 a m P Sundayschool at 2 p in Vespers at 7 80 p m t FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH i Rev Dr H E Doskor of Louisville Ky will preach at a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at H80 a in Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 080 p m Prayermwting Wednesday evening at 739p Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J0-A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p in Sundayschool at it45 a m Epworth League at H45 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening C atEverybody invited to attend irSOUrHERN Wm Crowe the pastor a m and 730 p m Young Peoples Society at 7 p m J Sundayschool at 045 a in Everybody invited to attend BELLEPO1NT CHAPEL Sunday school every Sunday afternoon BEAUTIFUL YACHT One of the prettiest and swift est running of the many yachts on the river is that of our genial friend Mr D L Kennedy It is named the Willamette and is a staunch and clean out boat 50 feet long by 14 feet wide and carries 85 people as the comple r imont She is made of stuff none which is over two inches wide tof is put together for good service Her power is a gasoline en Her crow gineor Hugh Chambers Pilot Wm Choate Captain and general utility man jolly Dan 1 Ken nedy Almost every suitable day this good craft takes a glide up or down the beautiful Kentucky and such a trip is a delight long to bo remembered by those who have enjoyed them Capt Kennedy when the season is closed to have some very desirable I iI Dont Neglect Your Roof BUT ONLY THE BEST t We carry a Full Line of V Crimp Steel Roofing One and Two Ply Ply Felt rSlaters Felt and Paper Lime Cement Salt SOMER CO RELIGIOUS IiBnrl1cn ifLow PRESBYTERIAN patternj J contemplates improvements BUY made in the boat und when she comes out ill the spring in her now dross it is whispered that Danny may change the name to that of his very particular her We must however wait for that to dovelo LECTURE ON POTTERY On Friday night last a delight ful lecture was louvered by Mrs S So Frackleton under the nus pices of the Womans Club in the chapel of Ascension Church Miss Lilian Lindsay introduced Mrs Frackleton to the audience in a few well chosen and appropriate words The lecture was an illustrated one the developments boing made under the eyes of the audience in a very attractive way and greatly pleased all who hoard it The pupils of the City High School were present by special invitation and were especially enthusiastic over the lecture We greatly regret that owing to unexpected indisposition we were unable to be present in re sponse to a polite invitation toI that effect We hope other lectures along lines of like utility will be given under the auspices of these good ladies during the fall and winter months LATEST STYLES IN PAPER- WALLI I have a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amine stock C M BRIDGEFORDMain Opposite Engine House 23tf Ii GOOD NIGHTS REST Speak for it r she cried to doggie she knew In her little heart That German 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residence of Mr Dan Meagher Sr on Ann street be tween Clinton und Mere was badly damaged by fire on Wednes day morning A defective flue set fire to the roof and all the back part was destroyed In addition the water used to extin guish the flames did a vast amount of injury The loss was about 2000 In sured Dr Codys Couiiiuou JLowicrs are juct what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vrtvmifrge They are not food 1 f media inn and the best in use to PUt1 horse in prime condition Price 3 cents por package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle DISTINCT LOSS In the resignation of President B A Jenkins of Kentucky Uni versity Lexington that institu tion meets with a great loss and the cause of education in Ken tucky gets a set back Ill health is given as the cause of the resignation WANTED Furnished rooms for light housekeeping by man and wife Apply at Roundabout office THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you 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of Mr Wilson Moore and family Saturday and also of Mr W R Moore and family Sunday Mr Stephen Moore of Louisville has been the guest of rela tives hero for several days Mr Victor Gordon toad family of Shelbyville were the guests of friends and relatives hero this week Mr Marquis Harden has pur chased what is known as the Graves farm in this community Price private Look out for time wedding if Iras buggy holds up the event is close at hand CLOSE OBSERVER The new Pure Food and Drug Law will mark it on the label of every Cough Cure containing Opium Chloroform or any other Btupifying or poisonous drug But it passes Dr Shoops Cough Cure as made for 20 years entirely free Dr Shoop all along has bitterly opposed the use ofnll opiates or narcotics Dr Shoops Cough Cure is absolutely safe even for the youngest babe and it cures it does not simply sup press Get a safe and reliable Cough Cure by simply insisting on having Dr Shoops Let the law bo your protection NVe cheerfully recommend and sell it All dealers CEDAR GROVE The farmers have taken advan tage of the dry weather and are gathering their corn crop which is the best that has been for many yearsMiss Myrtle Moore and Miss Ethel Hulette visited Miss Edith Edge last Monday Mr Sam Hulette has about completed his new house and will soon move in Miss Jennie Barber is visiting her father MrT R Fleming this week Mr Dan Moore and Miss Ethel Hulette attended meeting at Mt Zion last Sunday night Mr Newt Ethiugton called on Miss Julia Fleming last Sunday eveningMr and Mrs Harvey Barber are visiting their daughter Mrs Lizzie Owens at Croppers this weekMr Victor Banta called on his best girl Sunday evening 4l spendinWeber There was preaching at Choate ville last Saturday night by Bro Shaw of Lexington Miss Isabel Duvall spent Sun day with Misses Hattie and Georgia Fleming Mrs Kate Lawrence and chil dren visited relatives at Peaks Mill last Saturday and Sunday Mr Guina Sudduth was seen going in the direction of the river last Sunday We suppose he was going a fishing Miss Maggie Smith visited her sister Mrs Anna Bryan last Sat urday and Sunday Mr Bain Moore the hustling young candidate for jailer was out shaking hands with friends weektMr Carl Hulette called on Miss May Hayden last Sunday evening What has become of the Choate villa correspondent Come again Juliett we would like to hear from you SWEET WILLIAM CA TOREAlean tine i try Alba QUEEN QUALITY STYLES FOR FALL Queen Quality Fall Styles Embody about everything that is authoritative in shoe making for Women Every possible Style from the Dainty Evening Shoe of Patent Kid to the Heavy Button Street Boot of Calf Skin is included The New Spanish Models Plain Toe Short Vamp and High Cuban Heel in Lace and Button Patent Colt and Button Gun Metal Kidare especially attractive R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY THE BEST CHRISTMAS PRES ENT FOR A LITTLE MONEY presentisYouths Companion you give as much in good reading as would fill twenty 400page novels or books 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8s N IL 640 a nl Louisville Accommodation returns 615 p m Train West 985 a m Train West 850 p m Train Bust 940 u m Train East 420 p m O o Westbound 900 n in Westbound 614 p in Eastbound 1018 a m Eastbound 741 p in F C Leaves for Paris 680 a m Returns 1325 a m Leaves for Paris 900 p m Returns 780 p m JW WATSON Ticket Agent t JVfA Daily No No2 0 K A Heres a to got a stove of on terms glad to take ad of AVo want a to prove the Stoves and by one your home on days free trial white ovens and with all the found in us send you a Stove or range to day all fuel savers R LEXINGTON AND RAILWAY COMPANY TIMETABLE SEPT 9 1906 DailyEx chance youll proud youll vantage chance Bucks Ranges putting thirty enamel Bucks theyre Mla DDu7 785 2ns 0 Lexington 0 e s812 810 Winchester II I9 824 825 L E Junction 00 400 Clay City tI25 4e8 410 Stanton 4Ii985 440 Campton Junction 815I allr- U 445 Bridge sI53 457 a2 Torrent 780 1014 618 Beatty ville Junction 7f1I i 8 11040 I Junction Ito 259 1 980 L E Campton Beattyville Junction IMINo54 No DailyEx Stove that is Different On 30 Days Free Trial be be worthof in grateshotsanitary reservoirs advantages ordinary stovesLet ROGERS SONS EASTERN SUMMER EFFECTIVE EASTBOUND WESTBOUN II8tallono IDaJly MLeave055I 80 641IIJackson Junction Junction Junction Trains Nos 12 and 8 will make connections with the O A Or By for At Sterling Trains Nos 128 and 4will connect with the Mountain Ceo CamptonTrains the LARy tar JlJeattvvUle Trains JNos 8 and connect with the O A K By for leaf stations on the O K By w MCDOWELL General Manager CHARLES SOOTT a P A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY StatiomNo 83 Ex Bund No 2- 1Ii sand rA M Lve Prd LyeIAM Ar P M Ar 0 980 286 Jackson 8x905U20 i025 280 O K Junction 848 158 Wilhurat 117 Jl61 II 800 162 Hampton tOO 1168 II 1750 128 Lee 110 10I lad 1574l J22 Hetechawa 518 716 106 Oannel City 146 1228 x Noa and will make close connection at O r K Junction with lice 8 sad 4 J J points on the Lexington sad Kutcni Railway ML OONLBY 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