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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 ri1 F rprrw r Y r I I THE FRAMFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEIIMS 100 In Advance 11 YOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17 1906 No II FRANKFROTS BUILDING BOOM Frankfort has onjoyud its share of the general prosperity through out the country Especially it the erection of new buildngs is this prosperity largely manifested The sound of the hummer and of the masons trowel has been un ceasing since tho opening of sprint and even during the later wintert The new L N Depot some what tardy in construction is now approaching completion Tin handsome new State Capitol build lug 402 feet in length has reached the third story and all of tho solid tone columns are in place Jorge threestory addition to the city school building is under completedAt and its interior finish will roofI Hill northeast of e city the largo ono and twostor structure or the new glasshot t tling works with the ducts and iffurnanccR are rapidly being pushed and in the spring new commodious cottages fifteenI erected by the management ac commodate the workmen and their families Dr Hudson winlso erect six cottagesfnear Thorn Hill for th same purpose The full amount of capital stock has also been subscribed for the erection and operation of a can ning factory The situ will be adjacent to the glass works and all necessary buildings will ho constructed in the early spring The F C Railroad has constructed a switch along the base of the ridge to the glass works West Frankfort has added at least thirty buildings to its grow ing prosprety within a year past Last May we published in detail a partial list of buidingH erected and in process of erection in North and South Frankfort As building season is now about overI we print below a revised list ing such additions as have since transpired NORTH FRANKFORT lMrs Mary Tobin a two story brick dwelling on Main street 2 8Miss M Scottie Chinn two brick cottages on Wilkinson Iheet4A onestory frame cottage on Wilkinson street 5 0 Gonglflton Bros two frame cottages on North Wilkin son street 7Mrs Noland a twostory frame cottage on North Wilkinson street 8 Eugene Wallace a frame cottage on Holmes street 9Eugene Wallace an artificial stone cottage on Holmes street10A G Jotters livery stable remodelled and one story added ou Main street 11 1Dr T S Coleman two twostory frame cottages on Arlington Heights IBMra Dolan a frame cot tags on Arlington Heights l4Mrs Ben ONan a frame cottage on Arlington Heights twostoryIHeights 10 Joseph Hamilton a one tory frame cottage on Arlington Heights17Frank S Hafl a doubt o 4 i frame dwelling on Arlington Heigh tsi18 a y frame cottage on Arlington Heights 119Henry Gohber a onestory frame cottage on Holmes street 20 Eugene Wallace a double artificial stone dwelling four flats on Holmes streetj31Airs Jerome Weit1pln twostory brick store room on Ann street 2Mrs A H McClure brick addition to residence on II23Frnnk Chum a twostory rame nce on West Wapping fo4A B Hammond a frame office building on Wilkinson street 25R B Jillson a frame dwel ling on North High street yGR B Brown a frame resi deuce on Holmes street 27 28 Eugene Wallace two streetIstone blocks with which to erect five or six new houses on the old Hart io lot FRANKFORTe IDr J S Goodrich a two story frame dwelling on Taylor lwenue2V A Howard a twostory frame cottage remodeled on Toy lor avenue stor8Johny frame wagon and blacksmith shop corner Taylor avenue and Louis vine pike 4Mrs F G Thompson a twostory frame residence Ewing street 01111 5 Lafayette Wells a ttto Triune residence on Ewing street OR E Gaines a two story frame residence on Ewing street I7ThOll1ns E Kenney a large residence on North Steelo streett8Dr R a modern twostory frame residence on North Shelby street 9 George L Barnes plans for a modern twostory residence of North Shelby street 10J Judd Brislan a modern twostory brick residence on Third near Shelby 11 Robert Choate a twostory frame residence on Fourth avenue Bear Capitol avenue 12W T Reading a twostory brick residence on Todd street 18 Eugene Wallace a one1 uapiItnl14 15 1GJohn E Glenn three onestory frame cottages on Third near Logan street 17W H Posey a double brick onestory dwelling on Logan street near Third 1SJohn LeCompto a doubt e frame residence on Third street near Murray IOl L LeCompto u twoI story frame residency on OtrthJ avdnue near Logan street 0John R Spiers a frame cottage on Campbell stroetI21J G Halmhubor a two story frame dwelling on Murray street near Third of 22 288 S Hughes two twohstory frame dwellings on Logan street 4John A Klobor a large twostory frame dwelling near Short street l rJJ 25H M Craik a onestory brick cottage on South Shelby near Todd street 12GF U Clnrkn onn story e on South Shelby near Todd street 27 James F Motgomery nn addition to his frame residence on South Shelby street 28 mv J Hughes two frame cottages on Campbell street IIBOJ L Darnalla two story artificial stunt residence on noar Third street IIHlW A Howard an additi nil Ira me dwelling roImodeled on Taylor avenue OliostoryI UHCity School a threestory brick L to main building U4H G Mattern a twostory frame residence trod art gallery streetI Newman a two on Fourth ConwayI sister a Steele dou street Fourthavenue UDl E E Hume old Ep person dwelling remodeled and reconstructed on Campbell street URMrs Win ODonnell old McGrew House reconstructed and remodeled on corner of Campbell and Shelby streets 89N Horace Posey dwelling reconstructed and remodeled on Shelby near Campbell street 40Guy Briggs a twostory frame dwelling on Fourth avenue near Shelby 41 Charles Vogler a onestory brick addition to residence on Lo gan near Third street 42 Capital Lumber Co an ar tificial stone office on North Mur1 ray street WEST FRANKFORT boosIlv rowing section of the city byI he following persons among oht IIPressS W Howell 3cJ W Hughes 2 1Henry Rodgers 4 Elijah Polsgrove 1 Geo T Brawner 1 John Marshall 1 Jas Netherton 1 William Sharp 2 Thos Sullivan 2 1IW h y Ponce 8 IIISIas the name im lies prevent all Colds and Grippe when taken at the sneeze stage of candytablets of colds quickly and taken early of when you first feel that a a protonthemt ofiectunllforten boxes by all dealers WINTER CARS ONIhManager Sallee has ter cars on the street the open cars The cars are made comfortable by reason of good eating stoves being aboard Theres rliElan the Signature of Alhe YOU CAN SAVE MONEY AT C KAQIN BROS Ladies Suits still offered at 10 o reduction Extraordinary Coat Values Ladies Stylish Coats in pretty Plaids and Novelty Mixtures at 850 1000 12oO and 1500 Exquisite Black Coats at 1250 and 1500 Those are the hest style hits of the season Misses Coats Sizes up to IG years 375 400 500 and 750 In this assortment mire some astonishing values 41 43 St Clair Street at Bridge CORKERS AND TWISTERS Baldheaded IkeJ It was a monstrous tale The lying angler told Of how he caught the basses The market netter The fishing season of ended The showers of dead leaves that have fallen upon the bosom of Elkhorn have sunk to the bottom and soon the surface will be frosted with ice or roughened into a murkey yet lowish torrent Pond fishing has al ready ceased and the chill winds will the bass and silver perch to cease biting in the river Rods will be unjoiuted and laid away and reels hooks and lines carefully stowed In the tactile boxes But the glory of the season is not over For by the fireside on winter evenings will be rehearsed the stories of big catches of how landed the boss of the pool and of how the biggest one broke the line and got away lacksons Hole the Indian Rock Jones Dar Penns Ford the Church Hole the Cow Ford the Forks Blacks Barn Hole and other noted fishing grounds will embellish the narratives To make a starter to the anglin rehearsal we site below a partial list the biggest catches of the season IfilMi with the name of the angler the kind of fish caught the manner catching and weight of the fish Sand True Catfish snare weigh- 30000110 Ibs Mason Brown Muskelonge trifle weight IS Ibs Oeo Payne Muskelonge bow am arrow weight 12 Ibs Will lines Bass pin hook B34 Ibs- Taylor Hockinsinith Bass minnow weight M Ibs Russ Williams Bass seine weight 12 Ibs Will Utierback Bass brush drag weight t Ibs- Jno W Hodman Bass fish her weight 3 11 Ibs J M Eggleston Catfish harpoon weight a Ibs Frank Stagg Bass trot line weight 3 lbs 3 3 Furs A variety and assortment of Stylith Fur Scarfs Throws and Ties is what we are show ing at prices that will enable any woman to have a Fur at very little cost- Matchless Values at 250 500 150 1000 TO 3000 IC KAGNc BRO IBy soldI theIlmagination stupendous magnificent Chas PayneBass water bucket weight 2 12 lbs Will Morris Bass hook and line eight 2 12 lbs Ben WilliamsBass No 50 spoot thread weight 2 14 Ibs Jas F GibbonsBass cheese weight 2 Ibs Thos P Averill Sucker rock feel ing weight 1 12 lbs U Keenon Bass hook and line veight lb Bradley Weitzel Buffalo brush drag weight 12 Ib 7 T Thomason Brim grain scoopIweight 3 ozs Mac Vandevler Sunfish sledge hammer weight 2 ozs Fox Respass Skipjack mesmeriz ed weight 1 oz rulesIduel a large fish but a snake doctor kept lighting on the flag staff of hisifruitjar cork and In throwing rock to drive him away the larger fish were scared to other parts Did you ever notice how slow peopleIwalk to church on Sunday and how fast they rush to get home when church is over Just notice next Sun lay and see if we are not correct The man who requires the barber on Saturday evening or night when the shop is crowded not only to shavo him but to cut his hair and shampoo his head is not only a selfish man but gets weighed tip by those In wait FORTUNATE MISSOUBIANS t Whon was a druggist at Livonia Mo writes T J Dwyer 1nary of Graysville Mo three of permanentlytKings New Discovery and are well and strong today One was trying to sell his property and wingNewfound it unnecessary to do so I regard Dr Kings New Discovery as the most wonderful medicine in existence Surest Cough and Lunghealergists 50c timid ij1 Trial bottle free t r sPERSONAL Miss Lena Benton is visiting friends in LouisvilleMrs Berry visited in Lexlng ton this week Mr A W Overton left Thursday on a hunting trip Mrs Ada Garrett is the guest of rela- tIves in Lexington Mr B F Morrison and wife ar visiting at Boston Ky Judge Jas T Wllholt of Versailles was in the city Tuesday Judge C R McDowell of Danville was in the city Tuesday Mr E L Samuel made a business trip to Louisville yesterday Col E E Abbett made a business trip to Boone county this week Judge B L D Guffy of Morgantown was in the city on Wednesday Mr Ed L Schneider made a buss ness trip to Cincinnati this week Mr Louis Lee of Shelby county was a visitor here on Saturday Misses Margaret and Mary Shaw are visiting relatives at Somerset Col A D Martin and wife have gone on a business trip to Xew York City Mr J Swigert madam a business trip to Chicago Ills this week Mr John Adams of Stamping Ground was in the city on Monday Mrs Jno C Bridges has returned from a visit to relatives at Eminence Col las A Scott attended the Federal Court at Richmond this week Mr Jos Bosworth Representative from Bell county was here on Monday Mrs Jno M Bull and son Jno M Jr are visiting relatives in Louis rule Mr W O Davy of Versailles was in the city on Tuesday on legal bust ness Mr Edmond Power and son Ed mood went to Cynthlana on Saturday C E Booe wife and son Douglas returned from Cincinnati on SaturdayMr Meagher of Louisville visited his parents here the first of the week Mrs Mattie Peak of Georgetown was the guest of Mrs H S Keller this week President IT K Taylor of Wesleyan College Winchester was in the city on Monday Mrs Claus Newton Sr is at Mar tinsvllle Ind for treatment for rheumatism AErs L S Graham who has been visiting friends in Cincinnati has re turned home Miss Nannie Clay of Paris who was the guest of Misses Thomas has returned home Dr C J Norwood of Lexington State Inspector of Mines was In the city Wednesday- Mr W B Miller of Jolielt Ills was the guest of his brother Mr Geo A Mjiller this week Miss Carrie Brock has returned from the Kings Daughters State Con on tion at Louisville Miss Ruth Hall of Lexington who has been visiting friends in this county has returned home Judge W H Holt of Louisville was in attendance upon the Court of Ap peals on Wednesday Miss Annie Hamilton visited her sister at Good Samaritan Hospital Lexington this week Mr Jno C Mastlu attended the Vehicle Manufacturers Association In JxMiisvllle Wednesday Mr Arthur Rule wife and children of Pittsburg Ponn were guests of relatives here this week iark t Ea tYYwa rfd JJr RtIl F is liIISIII srt TtC j J jlfI WEITZELS Thanksgiving Specials t JRYRMRLRVAIOM Mw YMwIYVfMb MfRg11W1IRMYM pct ready for this Great Holiday We coil help yon out of our Great Stock = = Big Cut Price On All Our Tailored SuitsG- et one early All Colors and Sizes New Lot of Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks and Furs Special Values for Thanksgiving Week JEW BELTS GLOVES NECKWEAR HANDKERCHIEFS iDaileyIAnna Abbett who has been IlIs9 friends in Covington returned home Wednesday Mrs Wm Thompson who has been the guest of Mrs W M Saffell Shelby street has returned home Mr J Paul Swain Secretary of th- Y M C A left Tuesday morning for Louisville and Indianapolis daughtereMiss Bessie visited Mrs T Brood riff in Lexington this week Mrs R P Pepper and daughters who have been in Europe for several months have returned home Miss Nell Swain of Lexington who BIODonnel1Mrs Nellie Steadman Cox has returned from the Kings Daughters State Convention at Louisville Mr Prentiss ORear of Mlt Sterling was the guest of his parents Judge- E C ORear and wife Sunday Capt John Sheehan of Lexington was In the city his old home on Tues day and made us a pleasant visit Mrs Shelton M Saufley who has been the guest of her parents at Stan ford returned home on Saturday Mrs Amanda Galloway of Mtetcalfe county is the guest of her brother Capt R L Grinstead West Side Miss Ada Wright of Hatton who has been the guest of her sister Mrs J M Perkins has returned home Mrs Albert T Kirtley and children who have been visiting relatives at Crescent Hill have returned home Mrs A J Lynch and Mrs John Fus who have been visiting friends in Lexington have returned home Mrs W J Scottow Miss Ora Scot tow and Master Leslie Scottow visit ed relatives In Louisville this week Mrs Lida Hundley Elliston of Al tamont who has been the guest of her mother returned home Wednesday Mrs E E Abbett who has been visiting relatives at Warsaw and Cov ington returned home Saturday night Mr R K McClure Is attendance up on the Presbyterian Brotherhood National Convention ut Indlmupols lad Capt I T West made a flying trip home Friday night and left again Saturday morning for Eastern Ken Lucky Ensign S M Major Jr of the U S Navy was the guest of his aunt Mrs Kate M Williams at High View this week Mr Walter G Chapman and son Walter visted his brother Mr Geo n Chapman at Scranton Miss this Susie Berryman of Louisville who has been the guest of her cousin Miss Genevieve Posey has returned homo Mrs Geo F Berry and Mrs Cornelia Hush were guests of Mr Sam Stone Bush at Kenwood Park Louisville Sunday Mrs Jus A Hodges who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Helen H McClure returned home on Monday afternoon Dr W R McClure and daughter Martha of Lexington were guests of Judge E C ORear and wife Sunday and Monday Miss Emiline Willis of Nicholas ville who has been the guest of her cousin Miss Genevieve Posey has re turned home Cadet Isaac Locke State College Lexington was the guest of relatives here Saturday returning to Lexington Sunday morning Ino J McElroy Esq sheriff of Fayetto county came here Wednes day to pay over the States revenue tine front that county Cadet Basil Kenney Kentucky State College Lexington was the guest of i1I i lilDI CHAS J WEITZEL his parents Mir T E Kenney and wife Saturday and Sunday Miss Frances Wallace of Kansas City Mo who has been visiting her aunt Mrs W J Lewis at Woodlake Wednesday for Lexington Mrs W T Coblin of Campbells vllle is the guest of her son Dr R M Coblin Shelby street and inci daugheMrs Geo F Berry and Mrs Cornelia Bush who have returned from a visit to Mr Sam S Bush at Kenwood have gone to Midway to visit Mr W L Cannon and wife IMr A J Stevens of Washington has come to this city and taken charge of the work on the new can ning factory He will push things for all they are worth Mrs Nellie Thompsonof Kalamazoo Michigan who has been visiting her cousin Mrs C W Saffell on Second street left Monday to visit relatives in Woodford county Mr Parker Pryor of Carrollton came up Monday to nil the place o his brother Mr Mike Pryor as pilot of the U S Snag boat O M Poe while the brother takes a ten days vacation to visit his children at his home in Carrollton HORRIBLE ACCIDENT The news reached this city on Tuesday afternoon that Mr Thos K Jett while at work with a corn shredder at Mr John Hanlys near Jetts Sta tion when his coat tail caught and drew him Into the fly wheel of the engine He was dangerously hurt his skull having been crushed his Jaw bone broken cut over the eyes and otherwise badly mangled Drs Coblin Garrett and Minish were summoned by telephone and went to the scene and dressed the wounds as could best be done Mr Jetts injuries are very serious He Is a batchelor and lives at the home place He is a valuable citizen and will be greatly missed should he pass awayLaterMr Jett passed away on Wednesday evening at 730 oclock without recovering consciousness Mr Hanly and his good wife rendered every kindness that could be done to the stricken friend and he died ut their home The funeral took place from his late home yesterday afternoon services conducted by Rev J K P South and the remains were laid to rest in the local burying ground Mr Jett was a valuable citizen and will be greatly ntissed The sympathy of the whole com munity goes out to the afflicted friends WRECK ON L N R R A west bound C O freight train was wrecked at Spring Station on Tuesday morning by the breaking of rail at the west and of the siding In volving the derailing and Instruction of some six cars The C O passenger trains from both directions were forced to go over the Louisville Southern front Lexing ton to Louisville The L N passenger trains made transfers at the scene of the wreck but all trains were delayed several is the second bad wreck sus tained on the L N in the last few weeks the other being near Lyndon and the damage done was pretty heavyGenerally these wrecks go in trios like fire in this city and we look for another one shortly JLet iis show t you ourIii Elegant New Table Linens 1t Special Prices for Thanksgiving HEENlttYSSATURDAYS Sui oat and Skirt Sale WE OPEN ON SATURDAY MORNING SKIRT and JACKET 1500 1750 and 2000 t JACKETS 750 900 1250 andup Our 900 Coat is a nice Garment and could be considered good at 1200 SKIRTS We positively have the Best values in Tailored Skirts at 500 600 and 750 to be found Other Styles 800 950 fChildrens Underwear 13 and 25o a piece Ij Ladies Underwear 356 each WOOL BLANKETS AND COMFORTS Lace Curtains 8Oo 75o 100 125 and 15O pair Muslin Curtains GOo 7So 100 a pair RUGS STILL SOLD AT REDUCED PRICES F T HEENEY 1 n GET IN THE PUSH ij PRIDE OF USE MADISON J FLOUR I 0 Ask your grocerIIr JJ We are the farmers friend We buy his hay corn and oats arid sell everything that you may desire in this line t 1 HEISE SONS fBothmAPERKAfcOST i We are rebuilding our Office and they are in the WilYICome and get one Hammond Se Co 1 ilk JJ J GIRLS COATS CHOArJ V ItIJEIRev F M Bare preached at the Choatevillo Church last Sun day Every one seemed to he tvery much delighted to hear him Mr Grover Watson his best girl Miss Beulah Wiley and his cousin Miss Bessie Watson at tended the Choateville Church 7i last Sunday l Mr Boone Hamilton called on his best girl Miss Jessie Pierce Sunday Mr Henry Showalter is about andIthat he wont be drummer more until next roasting ear unyI Miss Emma Dennis Miss r Sudduth and Miss Lucille Walter spent Sunday with their friend Miss Christine E Weber t Mr Barry Pierce spent a few hours with his friend Mr Gus Dean Sunday last He never gets that far from home very often Mr Willie Watson and Miss Edith Edge attended the Choate vine Church last Sunday Mr Henry Showalter tried to r have a talk with his friend Miss Meta Gordon of Frankfort Sun it day last but she wasnt at home at the time of the call ilCJ Mr James Zook who has been sick for several weeks we are glad to say is improving Wo hopo he will soon bo out again fMr Barry Pierce Mr Ben Hu lette Mr John Pierce Mr Willio Walter and Mr Win Pierce played several interesting games ot croquet Sunday ufternoollIMiss Florida Hamilton attended the church at rtChoateville Sunday last sorry to hear thas our friend Mr Gus Dean vat very sick last week We hope ho will soon recover Mr Dan Moore and his best friend Miss Ethel Hulette at tended the Choateville Church last SundayMiss LOlia Moore spend Sunday with Miss Jessie Pierce Some accident surely happened lust Sunday for Mr Willie Wat son didnt got down at liensou at all The people say that his horse wouldnt wait until he was ready to go so ho didnt got there I hope he will have good enough J luck to get down next Sunday Mrs Wright of Louisville who rI F- rf tt- J5rJ t Dependable QualityCLOAKS Great ValueMELTON orBLACK at 1000 SUITS Nobby Effects That are- Right on EveryPoint SEE the Lotat 1498 7 r 1VLIOIe3E A EiC rT SUPERB SHOWING If youve a New Suit or Cloak in mind please for your own pleasure and profit take advantage of the fine economies offered in the Great Sale Dress Goods Attractive Weaves and Colorings One Lot Wove Plaids H8c 44in AllWool Henrietta worth 100 only G5o Fine Broadcloth fl25 c = CC C= = =e J been spending a fete days with lhPS sister Mrs Gus Dean has re homo Mr Win Pierce is having his house painted I think the correspondent of Cedar Grove last Saturday trade a slight mistake in the direction of that wedding IMr Victor Banta aril his best attended the Choateville Church Sunday night SWEET PERSIMMONS STAMPING GROUND We regret to learn that Mrs 0 B Roberts who has been ill is worseMr JA Robinson who has been ill tor a week is able to be out again Mr S N Sinkhorn formerly of Long Lick has removed to this place to reside Mr Thos Horsloy who recently sold his farm to Mr W 0 Gal vert has come to town to reside The new Hour mill will be ready to commence grinding about the 15th of December if uothing un toward happens uyNovemberdied very suddenly of heart fnilI ure Her death was a shook to her many friends The funeral services wore conducted by Rev Thos J Stevennson of Georgetown in the absence of Rev G W Hill her pastor at the Bap tist church on Thursday after noon and the remains were laid to rest in the Masonic Cemetery IBornOn November 8 to Mr W A Perry and wifea son veryillrecovery Mrs Dr P H Crutch field and son are visiting relatives in Jessa mine county We regret to learn that Mr OI- l ie Murphy is not improving as it was hoped he would Mr W 0 Calvort has moved purchnsedfrum Elmville pike The big tobacco liars with 25 acres of tobacco bebnging to Judge J E Gantrill wlude stroyed by fire on Monday night Only partial insurance UNO Outing Cloth GownsN- eat Refined Styles Neat Stripes 50c Solid White Pink or Blue 100 and 125 JIARVIELAND Thorn are not many on the sick- list Among those are Messrs Ben Stephens and John Going Mr IClbort Smith and family spent Saturday and Sunday in Ti ger Miss Bessie Coon spent Sunday evening with Mr Cleveland Smith Miss Nellie Aynes is visiting Miss Maggie Smith Miss Bertha Lewis Mr Victor Banta Miss Hattie Lewis and Mr Willie Goins went to Choateville Sunday Mr Victor is rushing his new buggy Mr Sam Duvall called un Miss Sallie McQueen Sunday evening llrlJUI1Jesreward if returned to the right party We are sorry while in such haste to leave Mr Brawnors Sun day night Mr Bill Goins was so unfortunate to loose his derby hat Mr Asa Lawrence called on Miss Ella Duvall Sunday evening Mr Sum Duvall went to the city Monday but for some reason did Saturdayhtfor Sum ho to doIWe are glad to have Mr James Harrod back in the country once more There will be meeting at Harvie land Schoolhouse the 3d Sunday night Every one is invited to hero Rev E Rodgers speak UNION EYES POSTMASTER ROBBED G W11outs Postmaster at Riverton la nearly lost his life and was rnhbl1dof all comfort according to his letter which says Fur iiO years I had chronic liver complaint which led to suoh a severe caso of jaundice that oven my timer nails turned yellow when my doctor prescribed Elec tric Bitters which cured me and hike kept mo well for eleven years Sure euro for Billious nnss Neuralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derangements A won derful Tonic At all druggists 50 cents I OLD TAYLOR THE PREM1EK I KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors b Frankfort Kentucky JIi d i GlovesW- oven Golf Gloves 25 5V Silk Lined Gloves 50e 18Bntton Kid Gloves 200 12ButtMii Real Kid GU yes in Tan or Black HORRIBLE eH ER1 martders of recent years was that of Mrs Nannie Etlv whichoccurred in Louisville un Tuesday night November 0 Her throat was cut and her skull crushed The au thorities wore completely at a loss to determine the author of the crime but now comes the little daughter of Mrs Etley and says that her father John Etly is the criminal He stoutly denies the crimeIt simply inconceivable how a man could do such a thing eWlidi the tip of a dogs nose is cold and moist that dog is not Hick A feverish dry nose means sickness with a dog And so with the human lips Dry cracked and colorless lips mean feverish ness and are as well ill appear ing To have beautiful pink velvet ike 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 be convinced Large nickelcapped glass jars 25 cents All dealers Uttle Early Risers The famous Httto piNs 2000llflPI From Louisville TOITAMPAiPUNTA GORDA ST PETERSBURG ORLANDO and many other points in Florida VIA Southern Railway AND Queen Crescent Route NOVEMBER 20THI 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 Oklahoma Territory Kansas Nebraska and 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 H TOOK C P T 2K4 Fourth AVI Iloul AIf H HUNGERFORD District Passenger 2M Fourth Awe 1 AglHitI0 BEAM ilL A G tr I L I l nferoile Underwear Unequaled for Elasticity and Durability jUeIVest and fruits Union Snits IiX- 1Speial Millie Full Trion Suits at sale kHI7oI AN IDEAL VACATION TRIP- YELLOWSTONE PARK PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Spend Your Money in ThifCountry TRIPIDenver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Uauiton PIKES PEAK Grand River SpringsIMarshall Pass Black limon anti six anti oue half days iu WONDEKFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK J COST OF THIPiExpenses of nn ordinary trip of this nature has been folly considered and minimized so as to be within easy reach X of nilSpecial Sleepers will leave Louisville Night of July 25th For full rticulars writetIJHGALLAGHER t 1107 Barret Avenue Louisville SPLENDID OFFERr fILouisville HeraldoHAND Roundabout For one year for only 200tjInadvance only This gives you a daily paper Sunday excepted for a nominal price and your own local paper giving all the home Inews and the news of the political campaign now on Send in names and cash 50 YEARS r XPERIENCi TRADE MARKSIAnyone sending a sketch and quickly ascertain our opinion free whether ao Invention la probably ab1e lone strict lyconddentliil on Patents patentPatentsKcJaltiotte without charge in the Scientific American handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest clr calatlon of any nclentltto Journal Terms f3 e year four months t1 Sold by all newsdealers YorkBranch y ti 1t t ljT W rXtJ tr j TrieFranKfortHountlaDQiit snteIYd at ill p tlrtiee ul 1lI1kfI1 liCkY lilllI1t ruaii3111 ntntttr- OBO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANkFORT NOV 17 1906 THE AXK HAVE FELL tJt lifts lien an upon secret in this city for several months tint Col Eph Lilliml Warden of tits Penitentiary was to lose his olli cinl Mend but us the time of the falling of the headsman axo was postponed on several occasions many had begun to think that there was some mistake about the matter find that a cog had slip ped All doubt was removed however on Saturday last and on Tuesday morning oflicial announ cement was mado that Col Lillard had handed in his resingation to take effect on the 15th of October which was Thursday last Deputy Warden W S Hawkins of Carroll counnty is in charge at present and it is generally believed that he will be made War den when the Commission meets again in December We believe Judge Jim Jewell of Lexington was the author of the classic mark that Politics is fa1 II WHAT NEXT Our genial friend Mr John D Sallee manager of the Frankfort and Versailles Traction Co has had another tuck taken in his ascension robes The high muok amuck has ordered that he sur render his comfortable office and his competent bookkeeper and hie himself away to the outskirts of the city His office will hereafter be at the power house Such is fame in high life Tickets Please IEvery Two Minutes Physicians tellusthat all the blood in a healthy human body passes through the heart once in every two minutes If this action be comes irregular the whole bodysuffers Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason why SCOTTSEMULSION is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood It is partly di gested before it enters the stomach a double advantage in this Less work for the stomach quicker r and more direct benefits To get the greatest amount post Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for the better takes place even be fore you expect will send you sample free Us lure that this picture in the form of a label on the wrap rrr of eserv bottle Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N J3crntiandtoo druggists u s J A i L SrrfJi fj ZfPIitwfi tN 1JJotht Mr Lost Roacon After La Grippe Daughter Had Ira quent Spasms Dr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both IDr Miles Nervine is a specific for nervous disorders It removes the cause and effects a speedy awl permanent cure feel it is my duty to let you know that our medicines hive cured my little girl of iuncof spasms She cmnienceiihivinj them at the age three Our family uoctor said she would outgrow them but she did not We took her to another physician who said her trouble was epileptic lib a form lie did her no good She was so nervous she could hardly walk As had already used Dr Mlles Nervine and found it a Rood remedy for myself commenced it to my child Rave her in all ten bottles of the Nervine and one of the Blood Purifier That was over two years ago and the has not had an attack since we com mfticcd the treatment Site is no longer troubled with nervousness and we c her permanently cured I enclose her pic ture My in law lost her reason I1mlI was insane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six bottles of Dr Miles her vine cured her My sister has also taken it for sick headache with good results We all thank you very much for o r good medi cines and kind advice dont there is any other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet little irl lives out in Arkal1sasIRs HANNAH BARRETT Springdale Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addretr Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad RUNAWAY AND SMASH UP Just as Mr L F Shelton alighted from his buggy on St Clair street on Monday afternoon his splendid road mare became frightened by a buggy running against the one to which she was hitched and dashed away down the street to the bridge Just as she made the turn at the corner of Second and Bridge streets she came In con tact with another buggy and the two wero badly smashed The mare stripped herself of her harness and started up Second street when she was captured The animal was not luckily hurt to amount to anything She is one of the finest driving horses It has ever been our fortune to hold the lines over and we regret the misfortune which has be fallen our bighearted friend THE WORLDS SUNDAYSCHOOL CONVENTION The Worlds Fifth Sundayschool Convention meets in Rome Italy May 202 1907 A variety of side trips have been arranged In connection with It This will be a most delightful trip to all who can possibly arrange to go Kentuckians will like to go in a party together Arrangements are ber- Ing made by which this can be done If you are thinking of making this trip it is time you were making ar rangements for it For all particulars ol the trip and any and all side trips connected with it address E A Fox Louisville Trust Building Louisville Iy BAPTIZING SATURDAY AFTERNOON Rev Jim H Burdln the hustling and warmhearted pastor of Bethel Baptist Church came to this city on Saturday afternoon and baptized 13 recent converts in the pool of the First Baptist Church There were 16 to be baptized in all but it was not convenient for the other three at that time There were 20 additions The meeting was a splendid one and tIlls historic old church is greatly revived and reinvigorated DESPARATE CONVICT GETS AWAY Frank Chenault a desparate negro convict who has been a source of considerable trouble both while in jail here and In the prison managed to elude the grounds and get away on Monday Chenaulr was sent up originally from Fayetle county for grand larceny Later Chenault was found hid and captured DISTINGUISHED SOLDIER DEAD Maj Gen W It Shatter U S A retired died at the homo of his son inlaw Itr A McKittrick near Bakersflelcl Cal on Monday Gen Shafter was a gallant soldier in the Civil and Spanish wars and was only placed on the retired list a short while backThe remains were burled at the National Cemetery at Presidio Cal tiJf i f1 Jr I 1t CS t O iif KENTUCKY GAME LAW Dove When unlawful to catch o- rhillNo person shall catch or kill or pursue with such intent or have in his possession after it has been caught or killed any dove between tho first day of February and tho lirst Ducky1111ttiptTron lrtli catch or ni u with such intftii or hats JIMO in his possession alter it his LIt r tight or Lilted any wild lurk teal or uiiVr duck h1 I first day of April and the tifll inn day of August in each year Woodcock When unlawful to catch or killNo person shall catch kill or jiiirsuo with such intent or have tit sruue in possession after it has boon caught or Milled any woodcock between the first day of February and the twentieth of June each ytnr Quail Partridge or Pheasant AVhen unlawful to catch or killNo person shall catch kill or pursue with such intent or have the same iu possession after it has boon caught or killed any quail partridge or pheasant between the first day of January and the fifteenth day of November in each yearQuail Partridge or Pheasant No person shall at any time catch kill or tape by means of not trap box or snare or have same in possession after having so caught or taken any quail partridge or pheasant Snuirrels When unlawful to catch or killNo person shall catch kill or pursue with such intent or have the same in possession after It has been caught or killed any black or fox squirrel between the first day of February in each year nrovided gray squirrels may be killed for the protection of crops Gray Squirrels May he trilled at any season of the year See Common wealth v England IS Kv Taw Ren iSO construing the section in so far as it applies to squirrels but under the net of 1904 squirrels can not be killed between the fifteenth chI or Septem her and the fifteenth day of Novem berNo person shall kill with gun or pursue with such intent or have in his possession when so killed any rabbit or squirrel between the fifteenth day of September and the fifteenth day of November In each year Sona or Insectivorous Birds When unlawful to catch or killNo person shall at any time catch kill or pursue with such Intent or have In possession after the same has been caught or killed any thrush meadow lark finch martin swallow wondnecker flicker oriole red bird tanacer cat bird blue bird or other song or in sectivorous bird except where the same shall be destructive to the fruit or grain crops Nest or Epas of Wild Birds wizen unlawful to destroyNo person shall rob or destroy the nest or eggs of any wild bird whatsoever save only those of a predatory nature and de structive of other birds and fowls Wild Turkeys Pheasants Grouse Partridge or Quail Sale of Forbidden it shall be unlawful In the State of Kentucky at any time to buy sell ex pose for sale offer for sale or have In possession for the purpose of bartering or selling any wild turkey pheasants grouse partridge or quail which have been killed In this State Transportation by Common Carrier Prohibited It shall be unlawful for any person corporation or common carrier to receive for transportation or to have in possession with intent to transport or to secure the trans portation of within or without the State any of the birds or fowls men tioned In section 1 of this act which have been killed within this State Provided however That It shall not be unlawful for such person corpora tion or common carrier to transport a hunter with his game lawfully killed by him within this State Each Sale Separate OffenseEach- bird or fowl so bought sold offered for sale lied iu possession for sale or transportation received for trans portation or transported contrary to the provisions of this act shall con stitute a separate offense PenaltyWhoever violates any pro visions of this act shall be fined not less than ten dollars nor more than twentyfive dollars for a first offense and not less than 25 nor more than 50 for any subsequent offense Penalty for Violation of Nine Pre ceding Sections Any person guilty of violatin gany of the provisions of either of the preceding sections shall ho fined for each offense not less than 5 nor more than 25 Possession Within Prohibited Time Evidence of Guilt The possession of any of the animals or birds intended to be protected by this law within the periods for which their killing or nursult is hereby prohibited shall be prima facie evidence that tho sad animal or bird was unlawfully caught or IMlled and possession thereof un lawful License Nonresidents fee 25 or same as resident of Kentucky ub1ect to in State of nonresident Expires one year from date of issue OAIITOREABears the A WANTEDGontleiuaiu or lady with good reference to travel by rail or with a rig for u firm of 250000 capital Salary 1072 per year HUrl expenses salary paid weekly and expenses ad stumpJos42Om Pleasant to take Laxative Syrup j J r NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION hf1t Ask Your Doctor1slAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits anti their extracts are t the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts i are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bringiabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc r Sour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried firALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers 1r Hoes Forks SpadesfCra- dlesand Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelbarrows j Thresher Machine Oil A Tarpaulins I Monkey Wrenches 1 Pipe Fittings and Wrenches i1 FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc L it 4Value JOHN DRISCOLL Oualifv The Leading Grocer 10 The Pioneer Dealer in Nigh Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place H JOHN DRISCOLL i 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky C 11 Hunna manager of the Burley Tobacco Society leis es tablished his office in Winchester Ky and is prepared to send out to county and precinct managers constitutions and bylaws of the society und also pledges All in terested in the movement who de sire this material or any informa tion will apply to him at Win chester Ky CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- S1iUaturn of 9letppuxWeetheWoodCetsWhealakinernptioa Dr Weavers Treatment BURLEYTho ladles of the Kings Daughters iY will hold a flower and cake sale in tho old Twist Company rooms In tho 11bitKILLTHCOUCHIAND CURE THE New WITH Dr LUNC6I FOR cONSUMPTION jPrieDSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BAOH r For the Roundabout ACROSS FENCESAROUND CORNERS If my reader has ever been in the country in October he or she way liavo had kindred experi ences as the shades of evening gathered in the twilight and the soft grey garments of the night trailed across themisty landscape t dreamy and heavy lidded as were the tired eyes looking out upon the quiet stars which glittered in the sky as beacon lights of hope We had helped grandma in her preparations for supper and as- sistedJ in the numerous small duties which to her were so essen tial to righteous housekeeping The small lamp on the little round table seemed doubly dear to me It recalled the memories ofa home lost in the dim past My own parents seated about the i lightfather reading mother darning while I a child lighthearted and happy looked into the firelight and dreamed of faces And visions which were yet to be in the far off future A clearing of throat from grandpa made me awake from my reverie and I was requested to read a chapter before we retired It was from Matthew 20th shapter and I never before appre elated the lovely thought ns it appeared to me Even as tho son of man came not to he ministered unto but to minister and to give his life a ransom for many As I went to my rest the swoet mesNage followed after me It Do You Want to Know What You Swallow There Is a growing sentiment In this country In favor of MKWCINKH OF KNOWN COMPOSITION It Is but natural that one should have somo Interest in the compo t gluon of that which ho or she is expected I to swallow whether it be food medicine Recognizing this growing disposition- on the part the public and that the fullest publicity can only add to the well earned of his medi clues Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y i has taken time by the forelock as it were and is publishing broadcast a list of all the entering into his leading medicines the Golden Medical DIScovery the liver Invigorator stomach blood purifier and heart regulator also of his Favorite Prescription for weak over worked broken down nervous and Invalid women This bold and outspoken movement on the of Dr Pierce has showing what his wellknown medicines are composed of completely disarmed all harping who have un justly them A little pamphlet compiled from the Yymedical authorities of all the several schools of practice showing the strongest leading medical writers itofthe several ingredients which enter Into valuIDr are rcoated antlblllous granukc They reg and Invigorate Stomach Liver and ulato 1 Bowels Do not begot the pill habit but One or two each day for favorkears ago at S150 per copy Last year wo away 10000 worth of these Invalna blo books Tills year wo shall giro away worth of them Will you sharo In this benefit If so send only stamps to cover cost ijonecent only tor book In etlti papercovcr3or11 stamps for Or B V 1lurco Buffalo N Y t fIJ J j t it 1mrn r li 1Vrrp tir i Headquarters forWatches4WE3 1l rr r2IKL have long boon known as The Loading Wai h House in this s ction aid we nro tleterlllin l to doscrvo this listintion more thou vr Our Stock is now more Comprehensive i Varied than ever shown All Styles all makes all sixesour Line of Novell us loinjr especially strong Want your Watch business and wo are going to get it by giving you I IWe good honest made goods at Eight Prices with Fair and Liberal Treatment iMake your Selection now have it Engraved and put aside for Christmas I w u IM A SELJBERT tJ endorsements onIigrwldivceto minister untonot alone to these faithful friends but far and wide those who needed sympathy and a word of encour agement to smile in the face of and to teach the sad and stlnshmeINohave dawned than that upon which my vision rested The mist still lingered like a fringe of silver on the curtains of day and I sprang from my bed firm in the belief that I was losing the best part of tho picture framed in by Natures hand Soon we had breakfast The broiled bacon and sweet corn cake with hominy and coffee tasted better to me than the finest fare to and when the dishes were washed and house put in order we put up of our basket of lunch and dressed for our drive behold at the gate in appeared John in the high trap and biddinggoodbye to grandpa to we were off on for visit to Kis singer Our route lay along u white of turnpike highand dry The horn ran its shining length ElkIfl right to the left a shining of steele rail Although it was the wane of the year and the leaves fell about the feet of the horses with rustling tread and the trees stood brown and bare the passing landscape was full of beauty and promise We moved along with swiftness a and dispatch John explaining the topography and location of cer tain farms so well adapted to the cultivation of hemp but which tho owners thought should be planted in tobacco and sown in IEThenamed for the resident owner and discoverer crowned on its seven hills was picturesque in the ex treme A stop for matches water and candy at the mercantile post office with an introduction to the courteous official resulted in the discovery of a lost horse shoe and the decision of John to send grandma and myself by way of train he to come on later so we did and the incoming train carried us through a most rugged yet delightfully picturesque country Waterfalls old mill Tacketts Grove and otherjinterestng objects passed in review and sooner than I anticipated we wore halted and dismissed at our point of destina tion country in which Kissinger Ifho is rugged and sepal lingly detrimental to funning pro clivities The buildings stood tall land imposing against a bUlk ground of hilly landscape and scrubby timber lino Evidently tho secret of success lay hidden under ground in deposits of wealth of which the owner of tho land had nevor droamod Wo at 1 ti met Mr Kissinger who received in his office with marked expressions of gratification Ho was proud of his position glad to air his knowledge of mines and mining apparatus and more than pleased to show us the first condition of lead ore taken from the mine and the crushing capacity and intense heat necessary to tho pulverization of the zinc with the other wonderful compositions re suIting therefrom Ho was very obliging in his information which was not intended lor publication and talked mostly ot the output of the plant which was about six years old John driving up at this juncture we were soon in- line going through the di fferent rooms where the ore was subjected different forms of heat and extraction So intense wore some H the features required that we wore told that the men standing line could endure only eight seconds of heat before succumbing the effects The result of all this manufacturing is a composition stored in the smoke room so flue a texture as to resemble of a satiny finish with capa to of removing blemishes hirsute tendencies on the human face and with cosmetic properties beyond natures own beautifying Also to use in the purification of sugars and the amalgamation of other useful and in necessary attributes of a chemical nature The lands are leased for term of years and the output of the mines so large that new buildings are in course of erection The oars take the smoke flour to Cincinnati where it is die tributed to other parts of the United States and the demand is supplied with ovary facility and dispatch This wonderful plant should be encouraged and visited by every one interested in the future mining poss 1blities of Kentucky fo- rStrengthHeart Heart Strength or Heart Weakness means Nerve strength or Nerve Weakness nothlnir more Itively not ono weak heart In u hundred In h lelf actually diseased It Is almost always a bidden tiny little nerve that really all at fault this obscure nervo tho Cardiac or Heart Nerve simply newly and must have more power more lability more controlling more governing strength Without that the Heart must continue to fall and the stomach kidneys also have these satin controlling nerves This clearly explains why ns a medicine Dr Bhoops Kcstoratlvu hue In the past done so much for weak and ailing Hearts Dr Shoop first sought tli cause of all this painful palpitating sutlocut li heart distress Dr Shoop Kestonitlvc this pcmilar prescription Is alone directed to these Wcnk and wasting nerve renters It builds It strengthens It otters real genuine heart help If you would have strong Hearts strong dl gestion strengthen these nerves reestablish them as needed with Dr Shoops Destorative ALL DEALERS iJ lI Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair StreetI- F YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD r 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 impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is strictly HAND MADE and will out wear any factorymade job several times over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOME THING If you need a new vehicle of any kind it will PAY yon to see us before buying We make a specialty of overhauling and repaint ing vehicles Write or phone us and our rep resentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- stSeller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY it K WARD President there is no doubt in my mind but that through this country extends veins of gold and silver which might be worked with profit and success to the owners thereof We were sincere in our thanks Mr Kissinger for his kindness and made our departure in the stampIing the legend of Indian lore in the years long passed of a lost mine the vicinity of Kissinger or thereabout to this effect The Indians who inhabited T Kentucky in its earliest settle ment were of warlike and savage tendency They depended on the arrow head and scalping knife not alone for food and sustenance but to exterminate their enemies as well One tribe called the Red Foxes whose chief was a young warrior tried by the ordeal of fire gathered up the squaws and papooses told leaving the main body of Indians crossed tho Buffalo Trace and camped on tilt wa ters of South Elk hornN S COX November 12 1900 Tho now Pure Food and Dru Law will mark it on the hikeu f every Cough Cure containing Opium Chloroform or any other stupifying or poisonous drug But it passes Dr Shoops Cough Curt as made for 20 years entirely free Dr Shoop nil along ha bitterly opposed till use ofall opiates or narcotics Dr Snoops Cough Cure is absolutely saf even for the youngest babe it cures it does not simply suppress Got a safe and reliabln Cough Cure by simply insisting on having Dr hoops Let the law bo your protection Wo chcurful1vIlOIllIlWIHIa1ld sell it All dealers WANTED A woman attendant at Tho Stewart Moan Telephone l2tisDr Weavers Treatment Sjiup for the blood Cerate for eklu eruptions t r i C M BROWXIXG S 1ect NOTICE TO LAWYERS i The Geo A Lewis Publishing House has made a specialty oftlegal printing such as lowyers- tI notices etc Our ex esipecially 11Prices rJi genuineLaxative 1 the remedy that cures a cold la ss day VitaliQuestionsWhat r Doctor Prescribe J What does the Druggist Supply 1 Health often balances between the two questions Life itself t may depend on the precise fill ing of a prescription with drugs of absolute standard strength Many druggists who fill pros scriptions carefully are not j careful about the reliability orfpotency of the remedies used 1IVs are careful about both VeYjSOP to it thin all our drugs have 1 the precise strength they should havo and they are always com with bgurneyJulW GAYLE nrugglst Corner Ann nUll Broadway Frankfort Ky 4 t J r4W MARRIED RAMBOI3ARNES In this county on Tuesday Mr Roy Rambo and Mss Priscilla Barnes were married- CIiriTEXDEXWRIGHT In this county on Wednesday Mr Clarence Crittenden and Miss Alice Wright were marriedSCOTTCOOK this county on Wednesday evening Mr Frank Scott and Miss Stella Cook were married by Rev Dr M B Adams- SMITHVICKERS Nov 7 Mr Jos It H Smith and Miss Carrie VicUers were married at the home of th brides parents at Bridgeport thi county by Rev H Dunlin The happy couple left for Kansas City Mb immediately after the core molly They will make that city their future home GHEE GRAXTCards have been received in Frankfort for the wedding of Miss Ruth Harlan Grant to Mr Clarence Dunlap Greene at Xo 1529 Denniston avenue Plttsburg Pa for November 27 Mflss Grant has many friends in Frankfort having formerly lived in this city She is a daughter of Mr E A Grant and a grand niece of Jt rte John M Harlan and related to the darks Julians Herndons Pages Averills Furrs and many other of the best families of Frankfo- rtLUNSFORDKIRKIn this county on Wednesday Mr Wm Lunsford and Miss Mary Kirk wore married THMOPSONPI L C H E R In this city on Tuesday Mr Arthur Thompson and Miss Hattie J PH cher were married by Rev L D StuokorMCLAUGHLINSTEVENS in this cityon Wednesday Mr i Claude McLaughlin and Miss Maude A Stevens were married by Rev Wm Crowe of the South ern Presbyterian Church FIRE AT PRISON By the overturning ofn lamp in the womans department of the Penitentiary a small blaze was started in the laundry on Saturday but the flames were quickly extinguished by the prison fire brigade without turning in an alarm to the city department BIRD AND RABBIT LAW OUT On Thursday last the open sea son for hunting birds and rabbits went into eflecrv It will be al lowable to kill game with a gun from now until January 1 Numbers of our nimrods took advantage of the situation and z hied themselves to the fields and woods The supply of quail and rabbits it unusually large this year INTERESTING ACCOUNT OF TRIP TO ONEIDA In the Lexington Herald of November 11 there is a very in teresting account ofu trip to Oneida Clay county which was made by Miss Margaret J Le Compt Mrs Sarah Elmore Mrs Frank Adkins Mrs T L Walktr and Miss Sallie Adams Oneida is the seat of the Oneida Baptist Institute of which that grand man Ho1 A Burns is the President The account says it took the greater port of four days to make the trip The first part of it was made by rail to Lumber Point on the Kentucky river and thence the party wont by the boat which Rev Mr Burns and his assistant built on Benson creek a year or more ago Tho distance was about 50 miles and wae up tho South Fork of tho Kentucky river Tho party voro very ranch pleased with their trip the reception given them at Oneida and the grand outlook for usefulness as shown hy this school Our people admire and have aid ed Mr Burns in his work- IVANTED lighthousekeeping Apply at Roundabout office irft i i at jM lUMfIII8 r BIRTHS COBLIN In this city on Monday to Dr R M Coblin and wife a daugh ter Dorothy G BRKOEN IJIMitchell an eniloyo of SidelhadWednesday last and break his l just above the ankle N u sThosrl awiul pangs of Indigos tiIn and Dyspepsia attended by Sour Stomach nod Headache are rptnrnIndian Tea or Herb Tablets Wo cheerfully refund the money if they are not entirely satisfactory 20c a package Frankfurt Drug Co Druggist SELLS HIS FARM Mr W H Lanter of tho Big Eddy neighborhood sold his farm of 09 micros to Mr W J Jenkins for fliOOO of which 1100 was cash the remainder secured by hen note OFF FOR CAMP Mr Chas M Bridgeford and his chums left Wednesday for the mouth of Flat Creek for a weeks camping to fish tend hunt They took a big supply of bed clothing to keep warm with while in their tent lhey expect to have a boss time LARGER MAIL BOXES Postmaster Geo L Barnes has succeeded having larger mailboxes placed in the business cen ter of the city which will hold packages etc that could not be placed in the old style boxes This is a great accommodation to our business men for which Mr Barnes is entitled to their thanks He makes an uptod ate postmas ter Piles quickly and positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Its made for Piles aloneand it does the work surely and with satisfaction Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large Nickel Capped glass jars 50 cents Sold and recommended by all denIersIm Rev J T Watte of Louisville under the auspices of the Y 11I C A will commence a meeting for men only at the first Baptist Church in this city on tomorrow afternoon at 880 oclock SerI vices will be held every evening at 780 oclock during the week and again on Sunday afternoon of next week attrncItivohoped that he will have a large attendance at all these services GOOD MEETINGCLOSES SUNDAY NIGHI BerIIdeestended and there has been level oped a line interest Rev Win Crowe the able and devout pastor has done tlwI preaching and his discourses hntJI been plain practical and to the point showing the duty of Christians and making plain the way salvation to sinners ofI Then will be no services night but tho meeting will close at the evening service Sunday Frankfort its beauti ful women with their clear com plexions and rosy cheeks This is because they all use Father Wil liams Indian Tea or Herb Tab popularsold under a guarantee by Frank fort Drug Co Druggists J jj F r 5 DEATHS GRAHAMIn Silver City N C on Wednesday Mr Sim Gra ham formerly of this city aged 45 years Mr Graham was a hrotherin law of Mr Wm Choate of this city anda brother of Mr Wm II Graham of Woodford county He was quite a sturdy young man abman The news of his death came by a dispatch to Mr Choate told gave no particulars GHEENrEIJLIn S h e b y county on Novomlier Sth Miss Ruth Groenwell aged 9 years of paralysis daughter of Mr A T Greenwell and niece of Mr N B Smith This dear little one was afflicted for several years told bore her suilorings with great patience She was a lovely character The funeral services were conducted at Croppers and the burial took place at Antioch this county BOLD THIEF A sneak thief went into the engine room of the Capital Gas and Electric Light Co on Sunday night and went through the street clothing of en ginneer H A Wallace and secured all the money in the pockets of the suit some 6 Mr Wallace was in another part of the room and did not notice the thiefs work until just as he was leaving when he ran to the door but the slick rascal had gotten away DO DRAMATIZED NOVELS MAKE SUCCESSFULPLAYS A couple of decades ago a promi nent critic on one of the New York papers wrote disparagingly of tho attempt to dramatize popu Jar novels He claimed that the audits tv did not care to witness a piny knowing what the outcome would be citing as instances Dickens Bleak House Thou Shalt Not and n few others that had not met with hearty approval from the public at the time nam ing Ouidas Moths which had been given by Wallacks Stock Company as the exception that proved the rule His statement however did not deter the drama inoJinaIwere successfully launched the increase While many of theseI scored great success it remained for Paul Kesters dramatization of Charles Majors spirited masterpiece When Knighthood Was in Flower to relegate all previous ones to the rear ranks Immedi ately upon its first presentation at the Criterion Theatre in New York it scored an unprecedenifd success the theme atmosphere dialogue and situations moving in perfect harmonyManager McNamara has closed negotiations with Mr Ernest Ship mUll to present this magnifi cent production at Capital Theatre Ion Saturday November 24 and every assurance is given that it bids fair to eclipse anything yet hooked Anna Day will be seen as Mary Tudor supported by a ontirelyimodes THE REV IRL R HICKS 1907 ALMANAC The Rev Irl H Hicks has been compelled by tho popular demand to resume tho publication of his well known and popular Almanac for 1907 This splendid Almanac is now ready For sale by nows dealers or sent postpaid for 25 cents by Word tHaI Works Pub lishing Company 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo publishers of Word and Works one of tho best dollar monthly magazines in America One Almanac goes with every subscription 92t = E3t = =ni = = = = JSyegetablePreparationlbrAs similating tlicTood ting andBawels or PromotesDilesUonChcetfuI DtmmtMorpuine norMineral NOT NARC OTIC vdl11rSAM1lZZlm3ER PumjJan At rcn- nRuSdaAnile S Rlit Wif Iced JA for l Sour StomachDiarrhoea WormsConvutsionsFeverishness Tac Simile Signature of III NEW YORK III t EXACT COPYOF WBAEPCB J WEDNESDAYS BLAZE At 1100 on Wednesday morn ing a telephone alarm called the fire boys to the residence of Miss Sallie Jncskon on Shelby street were it was found that ft defective flue in tho kitchen had started a blaze on the roof Before the flames could he extinguished the roof of the kitchen and the dining room were badly damaged also a coal house which was against the end of the kitchen was consumed withnearly all is content Mrs Jennie C Morton Regis trar of tho State Historical So ciety who lives with Miss Jackson was con lined to bed by illness and it was feared that slit would have to bo removed fronrthe building but the good work of the fire boys soon extinguished the blaze The loss was between 500 and and was covered by insur 11000 TORIaBears the Signature of A IV NEW SERVICEV HENDERSON ROUTE Trains 145 and 146 will carry uptodate Pullman Sleeper Between LOUISVILLE AND EVANSVILLE Sleepers open at Louisville 840 p m at Evansville 9 p m and Patrons can remain In sleeper until 730 a mIWe respectfully solicit your patronage J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE Ky L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- LOUISVILLE Ky i CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always BouShlJ Bears the- Signature I IIof You KindI Always Boug- htCASTORIA TNt New JITOII UTAHAN Thet I I PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May W The new trains will leave St Louis 900 f dally The evening trainS to same 1010 m dally Double daily service Through111teping car service for SanPnui iscu Excur tickets now on salt For further information call on or address RTO MATTHEWS Tray Pass Act Lonistillf Ky H C TOWN8E2JD Gun Pass k Ticket Agt ft Loni Mo ONLY RAILROAD SOUTHL EQUIPPED WITH K AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY FROMiCINCINNATI- TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES South Southeast and Southwest HOUESEEKEIS 1AU THIID N For Inlofmatiol and Addrcr HC KlNOC P tt T A E Main St Lexington Ib W OARRETT QeoerAl MEyr W C RINEARSON P Ciadaud Q J r n 3 tl i ffl r c = ATTENTION BUILDERS 1- t NOW IS BMRN BUILDING TIMES Floroid Roofing ROOfingIBuilding Paper t 307309 Maui St P C SOWER 8c RELIGIOUSASCENIUN Rev A H Chinn rector will conduct jcrvlcps as follows 9UOa in Sundayschool a in Prayer and Sermon 730 p in Evening Prayer and Sermon pmEverybody BAPTIST CHURCHRev J T Watts of Louisville will preach at a m I Rev A Paul Bagby of Woodlake will preach at 730 Sundayschool at 945 in the chapel bytileBaptist Young Peoples Union at 700 p m on Wednesday night at chapelYlsitora Seats free RHudsonand 780 p 8undayschool at 980 a m in the J Christian Endeavor Society meets at 700 In the chapel at71i0TuesdayafternoonEverybody invited FatherThomasLow Mass at 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m inVespers FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH KywillSundayschool at 980 a m ChristianBndPrayer wetiug Wednesday evening at T80p Vle1tors cordially welcomed i OA11 a m and 730 p m mEpworthm Prayermeeting on Wednesday eveninp at 745 Everybody invited to attend PRESBYTTRIANIk L inYoungff Sundayschool at 945 a m f fi Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 780 p Everybody invited to attend r BELLJ POINT CHAPEL Rev T N t Arnold will preach at 3 p m Sundayschool every Sunday afternoon Everydody invited THANKSGIVING Vj The following is the Governors a p p o in till g Day Frankfort Ky November 14 Kentucky Exeoutivo KentuckyIut of the United States Thursday November 20nsn day of and prayer throughout the On that day nil business should be suspended the eager pursuit of wealth should cease tho rest less struggle for profit anl gain should give place to quiet and poaqe while a grateful people in their usual places of worship shall give thanks tip a generous and l merciful God who has so richly t tI Dont Neglect Your KoofB- UT BUY THE We carry a Full Line of IVCrimp Steel Roofing One and Two Ply Three Felt Slaters Felt and Lime CO chapelPrayer PROCLAMATION proolniimtipn Thanksgiving Commonwealthof Doparfcmout thanksgiving Commonwealth ONLY BEST Ply blessed us Our people have pros pered beyond all precedent our nation in a littlA over a century has sprung into a position of pow er and might beyond the boldest dreams of its founders and today commands the admiration and re spect of the entire world In ma terial wealth we are without an equal Nature has lavished upon us her choicest bounties The sun shine of peace and contentment sheds its genial light upon a hap py land To deserve and retain these things a due recognition should be given to the Divine source from which they come In place of boasting of our greatness let us humbly praise and thank Him to whom we owe all ourIsplendid institutions and the pro gress of our Christian civilization must depend upon the spirit with which our people can observe the purpose of this day and recognize our obligations to the providence of God In celebrating this occa sion let us remember that no ser vice of song and no words of eloquent praise are so expressive of gratitude to the Almighty as deeds of charity and kindnessareI the poor and helpless among In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the great seal of the Common wealth to be hereunto affixed Done at Farnkfort this 14th day of November 1906 and in the 115th year of the Commonwealth J C W BECKHAMGovernor H V McCHESNEYSecretary t 100 IT TODAYII And to think that ten months ago I looked UU this I owe it to German Syrup qThe timeworn injunction II Never put off til tomorrow what can do to day is now generally pres1nted in thii fomiII Do it today That terse advice we want to give ott about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for sev eral days perhaps weeks qTake some reliable remedy for it TODAY and let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which has bees in use for over thirtyfive A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely qNo matter how deepseated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of ape parently hopeless cases of lung trouble qNew bottles 250 regular size 75C At all druggist a For sale by J W Gayle 0 REMEDY FOR STOMACH TROUBLE Absolutely Harmless and Easily Mixed The people here do not drink enough water to keep healthy exclaimed a wellknown physi cian The numerous cases of stomach trouble kidney and blad der diseases and rheumatism are mainly due to the fact that the drinking of water natures great est medicine has been neglected Sotp loading your system with patent medicines and curealls but get on the water wagon If you are really sick ofcourse take the proper medicinesplainc- ommon vegetable treatment which will not shatter the nerves or ruin the stomach When requested for such a pre scription for the cure of rheuma tism and kidney trouble the an swer was You must make the kidneys do their work they are the filters of the blood They must be made to strain out of the blood the waste matter and acids that cause rheumatism the urine must be neutralized so it will no longer be a source of irritation to the bladder and most of all you must keep those acids from form ing in the stomach This is the cause of stomach troubles and poor digestion For these condi tins I would suggest the folio wing prescription which is composed of only vegetable ingredients which can be obtained from any good prescription pharmacy Any one can mix them by shaking well in a bottle Fluid Exract Dande lion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces iTi be taken in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime but dont forget the water Drink plenty and often This valuable information and simple prescrip t inn shoul d be posted up in each household and used at the first sign of an attack of rheumatism backache or urinary trouble no matter how slight A MOUNTAIN OF GOTJDI Could not bring ns much hap piness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Wis as did ono 25c box of Bucklers Arnica Salve when it completely cured a running sore nn her leg which had tortured ulltiIml Sores 2nc at all druggists TREES PLANTS VINES iOur General Catalogue of Fruit Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Grape Vines Rhubarb Asparagus Small Fruits uppJicntionWo direct to tho planter II P HILLENMEYEIl SONS Lexington Ky Sept 208ni r LE TER LIST The following is the list of advertised letters for the week ending Nov 17 Barker Miss Pearl Burden Rev J H Bailey Walker Bowen William N Berry Miss Addie Blayde Dr H B Brawner Miss Lillian Butcher Mrs Mayme Brisk Miss Mary Crebb James Castellino Francis Duncan Timmee Harney Mrs S D Hill Rev W G Ingram Bob Sims Mrs Willie Johnson John Johnson Miss Mary B Johnson Joe King Doc King Miss Virgel Keating Will Mullane David 0 Miller Sealer Mrs McDonald Walter Murphy Miss Emma Ohl Eleanora Obannon Miss Lucy PrIchard Dr C L Robinson Emma Robbins Earl Roberts George L Snow C L Simes Miss Eller Tucker Miss Maud Woods Frank Wheeler Rev J T Wright Henry When calling for the above letters please say BARNES P M LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amine stock C1 BRIDGEFORDMain Opposite Engine House 28 tf FIRST REAL SNOW The first real snow storm of the season set in here on Wednesday last It was a very wet snow al most a rain and the greater part of the fall melted as it touched the ground Had the weather been cold the beautifulwould have been pretty deep on the ground THE RATE REDUCED TO CHICAGO Monon Route Announces New Schedule of Fares One Way and Round ripIr The Monon Route announces that it will henceforth sell tickets between Louisville and Chicago at 700 ore way instead of 800 as formerly and 1200 round trip good thirty days reo turning instead of 1600 Patrons are offered exceptionally good service by the Monon which on night trains from Louisville operates Compartment and Drawing room Pull mans as well as the usual straight day trains have Parlor and Din ing cars and the very finest modern new coaches Inquiries cheerfully answered by E H BACON Louisville Ky iUr Cadys Couiiilfou iowuers art inst what a horse needs when in bat condition Tonic blood purifier UP 1 vermifuge They are not food f medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sate by J NY Gayle and LeCoinpte Gayle ik fWI1iAA d 307309 Main 1 FIRST SESSION OF JUVE NILE COURT County Judge J H Polsgrove held thf first s ssion of the Juve nile Court on Wednesday after noonA Jot of boys who have been making nuisances of themselves at the Opera House were brought up before the Judge He gave them a severe lecture and told them a repetition of the offense would beseverely punished Street Car Schedule Cars leave Capital Hotel FOR SOUTH FRANKFORT 620 a m and every 20 minutes un til 1020 p FOR PARK LINEI615 a m and every 40 minutes un til 1015 p FOR LEESTOWN 635 a m and every 40 minutes un til 1030 p nFF V Traction CofJ D SALLEE FMortGiociQQatiRg The Midland Route Local Time Table 1In Effect June 5th 1905 DAILY KXOKPT SUNDAY FP Wl 6 ILv D Frankfort Ar 7 2 6 Summit Elkhorn 1111 06 219 6 6 W 6 LStamping Ground 110 6 Ip236 641 Johnson 6 715 29tNewtown 8 0 Centerville 5 60 IBOConnects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central A Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCIrfNA T l i 1P2i Lr Frankfort Ar1 20fLv Georgetown ArIIO 8 26 if Ar sol 00rrBETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATIdVIA PAUIS fA3i PM itLv Frankfort Ar7i l715 251 Lv Georgetown Ar Lv Paris Ar 6 33 i111UO Ar Cincinnati Lv a 1li1CNTUOfikCRNTRAL B POINTS brIIllK1Ul 1Aj1dS j i l7P A Georgetown Aill A tIS6P 50A A Paris 30A 542P IIP A Winchester L 245P 15P 9 5JA A Maysville Li 45A 15P lOOP a MAiA Cvuthlana 502P JTGEO B HARPER C W HAY Pros nnilGen1 Seat li A il Chesapeake Ohio Ry F Schedule in clfrct July tHOU subject to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis West and Southwest 9Oil A M and UU P M hilly For Washington Haltiniore Philadel phia Sow York Itichiiiotid Out Point and Norfolk 1018 A M and 741 P M DallyIL3lyr Ji i iIv + 1ii lf jI11rliliIfw i7 7 GENERAL PARTICIPATION Foreign Nations juul States Will Take Part in the Ininos town Exposition in 1907 It is impossible to estimate the value of tangible results that will accrue to States inunieipaltios and foreign countries following participation in the Jamestown Ter Centennial at Norfolk Va in 1907 Many reasons and ad vantages combine to make this statement a patent fact when the importance of the celebration its geographical location and its unique character is remembered A slight conception of the favor with which the Exposition Inks met may ho formed when it is pointed out that more than four fifths of the available exhibit space has been applied for seven months before the opening date The applicants represent every line of domestic and foreign manufacturers and producers who realize that a similar opportunity for improving commerce and trade conditions generally throughout the lnited States European and South American countries has never before been ollered The plan of combining lUunici pal exhibits with manufacturers of cities has struck a popular chord Commercial organizations are exerting efforts in this direction that promise to result in ninny cities being represented along this line It has been satis factorily shown that toe Jamestown Exposition will have an attendance never Defers equalled with the possible exception of the Great Worlds Pairs rand the advantages of displaying the varied resources raw materials manu factured products and exploiting inducements to capital seeking in vestment will bring results that could never be accomplished through any other business chan nelIn response to President Roose velts invitation to participate these nations have accepted and will be represented either by war ships detachments of troops or civil delegations while some will make industrial and technical exhibits Great Britin Germany Russia Italy France Belgium Mexico Venezuela Denmark Japan Costa Rica Argentine Re- Public Chile Guatemala Swit zerland Haiti Many of the States of the Union have erected buildings including Virginia New York NewTersev Missouri Ohio IuslhusettsC- onnecticut North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Ken tuck Michigan Wisconsin Rhode Island and several others are expected while each State will contribute to the great historical commercial and industrial exhi bits Cities that will participate independent of the they are situated will embrace PhilndelphiaBaltiinore Washing ton Hartford Syracuse Milwaukee Richmond all of which will make extensive displays combining municipal commercial and industrial features The Jamestown TorCentennial is a new and distinct departure in Expositions Former exhibitions have invariably been held in in porated towns and cities and were all of one general char acter while this celebration is situated on the shores of the finest told most historical body of water in America large enough to float the navies of the world and upon which will be held the greatest naval rendezvous f in the worlds history t It is within a few hours travel 1ofmore than 21000000 persons and twentyfour hours of two thirds of the entire population of the United States easily reached by sever great trunk lines of rail ways and twentysix lines of steamships which cotter at the Tidewater cities of Norfolk Ports mouth and Newport News Worlds Fairs have been the timekeepers uf progress but the Jamestown Exposition is the advance agent of higher civilization which will create an era of in creased prosperity und material advancement and at the stone time will more than realize the prediction to be the greatest most gorgeous and novel celebration ever undertaken in the United States or any fornign country itt Early Risers The famous Httto pm J L ri Mf J t W I QUEEN QUALITY STYLES FOR FLLXkhr Queen Quality Fall Styles Embody about everything that is authoritative in shoe making for VornenIIEvery possible Style from the Dainty Evening Shoe of Patent Kid Heavy Button Street Boot of Calf Skin is included The New Models Plain Toe Short Vamp and High Cuban Heel in Lace and But Y t ton Patent Colt and Button Gun Metal Kidare especially attractiveav1- R t K McCLURE SON j 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY f THANKS Mr Joe Tracey of Pea Ridge neighborhood has placed us undor renewed obligations by a present of a peck of splendid walnuts He knew just what would strike our weak point He will please accept our thanks for his courtesyOVERTAXED Hundreds of Frankfort Renders Know What it Means The kidneys are overtaxed Have too much to do They tell about it in many aches and pains- Backache sideache headache Early symptoms of kidney ills Urinary troubles diabetes Brights disease follow A Frankfort citizen tells here a certain cure C A Wallace retired farmer living at 581 Holmes St says I have thought that the trouble that I suffered kidneyII years was brought on by lifting and work which I did in logging business when a young man In this work I had to exert all my strength and many times have lifted what ordinarily two men would be required to do This straining myself often caused a dull aching and lameness in my hack and as time went on it got from bad to worse the aching growing much more severe until it became so lead at times that I could scarcely get around A difficulty with the kidney secre tions sot in antI they wore scald ing irregular and es pecially at night breaking my rest five or six times I used va rious remedies but got little re lief from them I read about Doans Kidney Pills and as they were highly recommended I de cided to give them a trial and procured a box at J W Gayles drug store and they helped me from the start I continued using them until I had taken two hoxes I was benefited in every way I have every confidence in Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Fo8terMilburu Co Buffalo New York solo agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other Dr Weaver Syrup sad Cerate Baooewf treatment for blood and skin dieeaM BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and at and p m Leave Paris every hour from 6 a m to 7 pm and 10 p mILeave in to 7 p in and at 9 and 11 p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 6 a m to 8 p in and at 10 p mIVersailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 6 m to 0 p m and at 8 and 10 p 71oE T Phone 610 Home Phone 274 T GUNN Manager Itf RAILROAD TIME TABLE L AccommodationLouievillu 640amLoulsvllleAccommodation returns1015p n1 a m Train m WestIS50PTrain in Train East 4 20p in O O Westbound 009 a m Westbound 014 p m Eastbound 1018 a in Eastbound 741 p in F C Leaves for Paris 020am Returns 1325 a in Leaves for Paris 300 p in Returns 720Jp m JW WATSON Ticket Agent Jw u Dail1I DailyEx IIPM A Stove that is Different On 30 Days Free Trial Heres chance get stove youll hi proud terms youll be glad take advantage of Wo want chance prove the worth of Bucks Stoves and Ranges by putting one im your home thirty days free trial Bucks Ranges have special duplex grates hot blast firebacks fuelsaving fire boxes sanitary white enamel ovens and reservoirs with all the advantages found ordinary sJLetday theyre all fuel suversoft R ROGERS SONS LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMARY OF TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE NOV IK 1906 EASTBOUND WESTBOUN A Leave No 2 a to a of to a to in IBuMon Ml Li LI INo1 AMI Dmy P I 715 295 0 on 0 fI5 1K IEH26910 4104 Stanton 998 440 Oampton Junction 7Ct Iall95J 467 Torrent 780 1017 518 62Beattyville Junction 707 IJ1085 115 1046 Ii Athol640O K Junction a18 2 e02 1110 04I Jackson 610 3 onTrainA and 3 will make connection with the C AO Lfr E Junctl SterlingCuaJunction Trains Nos Campton R Pino Ridge und Campton Junction Trains nand connect the LAB tor- O Beattyville Boat vff K Junction Trains NOH 3 and connect with the K Ry forlcels- tations on the O K Ry W McDOWELL CH4RLE8 SCOTT General Manager GPA OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY Ml a Ex on on SUDdI Mt tro for No Daily Bxttond 1l lr IA M Lve P M LyeJAMAr PlfAr o 980 28I Jackson 980 1120 925 280 O K Junction 805 1176 B48 168 Wilhurat 417 880 162 Hampton 480 1162I I1W 128 Leo UO 1717 10I 741 122 Hctechawa 518 715 106 Cannel City ltI Nos and will make close connection at O ft K Junction with NOB lawltl Isr potato the Lexington and EaaUrn Railway M L CONLBY ns periDtexxteQt