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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lir j I THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS1EUJS 100 In Advance VOL XXXIFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24 1906 No 12 Written for tic Roundabout ACROSS FENCES AROUND CORNERS Bring me a feather from the crows circle Hike a long and slender one with tuft along the one side and bare at end Now haste ye with me to the river quick and bring a gourd filled with water from the sulpher spring We must be gone The red fox was bent on some important quest that October lay and with all the secresy posslvle he and HIko crawled noise lessly through the fallen leaves until they reached a point on the Elkhorn known to them as the hole with yellow sand and filling the gourd with water each drank a draught then spilling the rest of the water each murmured some requistered vow and weaving the Index finger three times around the head they disappeared from one anothers sight as quickly as if tho earth had swallowed them alive Almost as if by magic the tufted feather of an Indian appeared over the edge of the cliff followed by that of two pale faces covered by fur caps and forms in hunting garb evidently in search of the two individuals who had but a moment before stood upon tho height- I could have sworn Ifickman that a Red Fox was near us There is always a feelin of danger in the air when one of these creatures crawl like as not replied Hickman They are the very scamps sent out by Logan to stop up the mine You and Flying Squirrel take tile road over tho sunken lake and I will go by way of Whites Crossing Lead to us means life and property These disappeared softly as did the Indians and In Colemans tracks which were made backward leaves were scattered ns If dono by the winds own purpose while silence fell again upon the woodland Hiko was a brave young soul despite his cuticle of red Had he been the child of a pale face no grander enlogy could have been accredited him than this mission bent when he with stead fast purpose determined to bury out of sight the means at hand for the pale face to kill and destroy the people of his race and to take possession of the country and the hunting grounds of his forefathers Only the cry of an owl was In the air To one not accustomed to signs of Indian woodcraft the wild birds signal conveyed no meaning but to Hiko the cry signified danger and foes near at hand He must be quick Throwing himself down on the ground he rolled noiselessly down to a cleft in the over hanging cliff Through this aperture he swinging and drop ed recklessly It was a scientific maneuver and would have done credit to an older head By this route he would gain more than a mile on his pursurers ac complish the work and return per haps with either a deer or the scalp of a white foe Picking himself upI he crawled forward to a narrow ledge of rock divided by a formation pecul iar to the earth surrounding the shaft c and after ascertaining that this was the section for which ho had risked his reputation nay even his very life he proceeded in a way different from that by which another rare would have accomplished destruction by spontaneous combustion known only to the savage man who could meet every phaze of nature by a method ot his own conception With tho magic of his feathers and the water from his guard he manipu lated a composition in Itself sufficient to have exploded the world and drop Ing this into tho half excavated lead mineused by tho whito hunters as well as the Indians for war like pur poses waited for the subteraneous end ing t yi story told as I am relating it today of a lost mine worth a fabulous fortune to tho one who may rediscover It There was a low distinct rumble otI the ground a dull thud at if the bottom t had fallen out some where and al most Instantly there was heard a sharp whistle of a millet at close range 4r idfJf f and the heart of Hicko the young red fox was silenced forever With him had perished the secret of the lost mine Thats a pretty good story motherIsaid John when grandma had I have not given it in her language Some lay when there is time we will go plcnicing on old Elkhorn and find ourselves rich as Vanderbilts sonin law There is no doubt in fathers mind but that the lead ore is on the home land and will stay there until its county is rich in minerals and the sulphur wells are beyond com pare I can not imagine why some intorprising firm could not advertize method of discovery suitable for vestigation But here we are at the barn gate Mother wont you come with us Father can ride old Tack and come after us- Grandma wits willing and after talk- Ing awhile with his father John came luck to the high trap and we pro seeded on our journey This time not crossing the creek below tho water rap but driving along the upper turn pike by way of the two bridges It was new to me The high rolling hill sides covered with tented fields re sembling tho lost wigwams Once a cotton tail crossed the road and hid himself in a clump of low cedars was glad wo had no gun Twice squirrels ran swiftly up the tree trunks and I tried to convince thyself that I heard the call of a partridge Birds were chary of our approaching wheels but we saw many cardinals and one sang for us It was a sweet farewell Tho two bridges is a straggling town drawn like portieres toward a view unlike any other on Gods foot stool The houses are home like some quiet like and shaded others more modern and pretentious with blooming yards in spring time and window flowers in winter The inhabitants are the best people on earth without exception in times of sickness and distress and the most contented and happiest in times of peace and plenty Churches a school house store blacksmith shop post office railroad station and other evi dences of superior civilization pass in line but that which appealed to my inmost consciousness was the Im press of Gods hand on the landscape everywhere From tho mossy sided cliffs to the winding road side edged in spring with white violets and in the October of the year with goldenrod and the cling ing ferns The valley lies in its gar ment of meadow bluo grass like a fair vestment of graceful endowment to the picture filled in with white paddocks and chimneys high with smoke The Elkhorn is divided here or em braces the waters of the north and southern streams in a closer touch and together glide under old fashioned structure dilapidated like the and tear of ages and the other WealI modern architecture memorial new generation and beyond the flight even a testimonial of love for the people who once saw these signs and in seeing them passed beyond review X S COX Nov 19 1900 AWFUL STORM NEAR MEMPHIS The recent storms of wind rain and sleet that visited Memphis Tenn the first of the week were something terri ble Great damage was done to railroads county bridges roads and crops Luckily so far as known no lives were lost Tro Rural Free Delivery of Mails was put completely out of busi ness TO ADDRESS LODGE OF SORROW Judge W p Weathers of Now Albany hid will deliver the annual address at tho Elks Lodge of Sorrow on Sunday Dec 2 The meeting will he held as usual at the Opera House on Sunday afternoon IeOa TOElE iBean SJgnature ofe A Bona TOBACCO RAISERSI aSIChairman Constitution of said Society Art VII Sec 1 and in accordance with its provision I hereby call the first meet ing of tho members of the Society for the purpose of electing precinct representatives on the County Boards All members who have pledged their tobacco to the Society are Instructed to meet at the usual place of voting in their respective precincts at 2 oclock Friday November 30th and to select their representative on the County Board Further the represen tatives so selected are instructed to meet in their respective county seats at 2 oclock Saturday December and select their representatives on the District Board And furthermore the members of the District Board thus elected are instructed to meet at 2 oclock in the offico of the Society at Winchester Kentucky to organize as District Board and to select tho General tanager and to take charge of the affairs of the Society The precinct meetings shall be organized by time selection of a temporary chairman and secretary and the meet- Ing shall proceed at once to the elec time of a representative on the County Board whose election to tho County Board shall be certified by the rary secretarrIThe County Board shall be organized by the selection of a temporary chair man and secretary and shall proceed at once to the election of a perman ent county chairman anti a permanent secretary The secretary shall certify the election of the chairman which certificate shall constitute his credos tials as member of the District Board Dono this 20th day of November 1000 at Winchester Ky Signed C1 HANNA Chairman II E SWAIN Secretary AS GOOD AS ANYWHERE AND CHEAPERI As showing the enterprise and busi ness qualities of Frankforts uptodate merchants we are glad to be to say that our merchants have ableI nice stocks of goods to choose and at lower prices than either ington or Louisville A lady visitor came here recently to visit friends while here she visited the stores of several of our best merchants and needing some articles she found that the same goods wore selling here at decidedly lower prices than they are selling in LexiugtoM and Louisville This speaks well for our business mon WORK WILL SOON BE SUS IPENDED work on the grading of the Frankfort beta Versailles Traction Line has pretty generally suspended and only a tiny or so now and then when the prosecuted weather will permit can the work be Mr L D Sallee the and capable manager of energeticI Traction Line has dono he could to afford our citizens the proper facilities of transportation but with only two cars running hoi has an uphill job and the matter is full of annoyance both to the public and to himINEW SOCIAL CLUBI A new social club was organized InI Frankfort Sunday afternoon at a ing held in tho rooms of tho Young Mens Democratic Club The name of the organization is the Pastime Club and it has twenty charter members The club will give a series of dances during the winter months The officers chosen are D J McNamara President A Lutkemeier VicePresident Jesse M Mattern Secretary Alex Schneider Jr Treasurer Dr Joe BarrMedical Adviser J iC KAQIN BROS EXTHflORDlHHBY OFFERINGS Stupendous Reduction on Suits 2500 Suits 1875 2000 Suits 1500 1500 Suits 1125 Matchless Values in Ladies Misses and Childrens Coats ILndes Conts made of pretty Plaid Mixtures SnO Ladies Coats mule of black Kersey beautiful style 1000IMisses Coats made of pretty Mixtures fSJ75 500 750 Childrens Bear Skin Iud Plush Coats only flJ00 Wonderful Skirt Values JJeautiful Panama Skirts made with double box plait jn black blui tumid grey special at 500 andI s Voile Skirts made of nice quality Voile plaited style 1000 1 TJnpiiralled Fur Bargains- Oupy Marfs 19S 3 S t11 Coney Cravats flJO250Ind 450- I liii Opossum Iehoe riII es 50 inches long 500 l Boas 500 ilK 9 BRar41 Clair Street at Bridge FORTY HOURE DEVOTION IOn Tuesday next Nov 27 a series of s known as Forty Hours Do votions will begin at the Church of The Good Shepherd Rev Father Major will have as an assistant one of the ablest and most brilliant priests lof time Diocese SKATING RINix A SUCCESS Manager D1 MeXamara of the Capital Theater has opened a skating rink in that building using the new stage toot for the purpose it being well adapted to that use Big crowds have used the rink each night since the opening- It affords a heathful and invigorat ing exercise N RUSHING THINGS The proprietors of the tales Glass Works are rushing things just now The big building is about completed The smelting furnaces are being erect ed and other machinery put in place and big shipments of the necessary material for making the glass are arriving Manufacture will begin Just as soon as the necessary work is completedlust at the old town spread herself MOVED INTO A NEW BUILDING comPletell1his his photograph gallery into the same Ho hopes his friends will call upon him in his new quarters where his facilities for doing good work have been greatly enlarged Ho also moved his family Into the new house which has been costly upIWeavers Syrup and Cerate BoccMtf al treatment for blood sad skin dlaesaee 1 iii88r SMALL LAND SALE Mr Syl Sudduth and wife have sold to Mr Otto Ueltschl 50 acres off their homestead for 500 cash COL TAYLORS HOME PLACE DAMAGED During the heavy rain storms of the first part of the week a beautiful and riColbadly damaged the retaining wall be lug washed out re THANKSGIVING SERVICE AT NORTH BENSON There will be a Thanksgiving Day service at the North Benson Baptist Church on Thursday Xov 20 at 11 oclock a in conducted by the pastor Rev J Jf Taylor Everybody is invited to attend and bring a friend with them e STILL ANOTHER In addition to the brick laundry built by the Capital Steam Laundry which was omitted from our list pub fished last week of new buildings erect ed this year we find that Mr laiuca Shaw has erected an artificial stone laundry building in the rear of his office on Main street opposite tho Capital Hotel He has installed new and uptodate machinery in the build 1 ling Ve now have two th st class steam f laundries and can be independent of- the autocratic washerwoman Dr tadys Condition Iowuers are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier anj vermifuge They are not food putehorsecents per packngeliLeCompte v T PERSONAL Senator Brent Spence of Newport was here on Monday Mr W O Davis of Versailles was in the city on Monday Mr Colon M Jones left Wednesday for a visit to Louisville Mrs J B Lewis of Versailles visit ed friends here this week Judge Jno F linger of Ashland was in the city this week Mr H K Ward of Versailles was in the city on Wednesday SterlingiiRev D W Robertson of George town was In the city Monday Hon Henry George of Pewee Valley was a visitor here on Monday Judge T J Nunn and wife have gone to Red Dolling Springs Teiin Mr Huston Wood left Tuesday for Carlisle county on a hunting trip Prof Ruliff V Stratton made a bust ness trip to Midway on Tuesday Mr Win Ayres of Pineville attended the Court of Appeals this week Mrs H H Roberts and children are risiting relatives in Shelby county 1r Geo L Payne left for Carlisle oaunty on Tuesday on a hunting trip Mr T Noble Umlsey has gone to Southern Kentucky on a hunting trip Mr Wm Cromwell has returned front a business trip to Bowling Green Mrs V1J Cannon and daughter of Midway visited relatives hero this week bUSI1tdeputy collector was in the city this Goo W Castle of Louisa deputy collector was In the city this week irL F I Johnson made a trip to West Liberty on legal business this J S Collins visited relatives at his old home in Lawrenceburg on Sat uuay Mrs Wallace Howe of Cynthlana is the guest of Mrs H S Keller Ann streetMr Jno W Reading visited rela tives at Pisgah Woodford county on Nellie Hockensmith has re turned from a visit to relatives in ouisrhteMr Sneed Lewis of Knoxville Tenn was the guest of relatives here on- SundayMr H Alexander of Louisville was in the city on legal business ThursdayMrs M Bull and son John M Jr have returned from a visit to uoulsvllle Mrs Howard Rodman has returned from a visit to her old home at Green yule Mss Capt Geo A Lee of the BushKrebs Co Louisville was In the city on Wednesday Mr E F Trabue of Louisville was In attendance upon the Court of Ap peals Monday Miss Bottle Craig of Danville is the guest of Mr E L Samuel and wife St Clair street Mr Robt A Mayors of Louisville was the guest of friends here the first of the week Hon Jno T Hinton exRepresenta Llve from Bourbon county was in the city on iliursday Mrs W G Chapman and daughter ElI la visited friends at Louisville and Lebanon this week Mrs J Denton Eubank left Monday i i ii r y WEITZELS Thanksgiving Specials l t i1R 1ifIl l1r iS ti 1e Sk l or Mw MNfgYNfYNM fY1MIIGMIMw4aMlYfyMiMWMwNN elnM 1yMMYCY1n7 lLtlWMaM- Attt rf adv for this Treat Holiday AYe can help you out of our Treat Stock Big Cut Price Oil All Our Tailored Suits Get one early All Colors and Sixes 4 1Ql ittwaYfTT +n New Lot of Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks and Furs Special Values for Thanksgiving Week JfEW BELTS GLOVES NEOKWEAH HANDKERCHIEFS u for a visit to her parents at her old home in Cloverport Ilrs Chapman C Todd of Fayette county was the guest of Mrs S E Jameson Wednesday Mr Robert K Dooley and his mother Mrs Rachel Doley went to Louisville on Tuesday Miss LIzie Hunt Chinn and Miss Viiginia Chinn returned Monday night from a visit to Louisville Mrs Jno P Hanley who has been the guest of her mother In Paris re turned Saturday morning IlIss Mary P Lewis left Saturday for Owensboro to visit her sisterin law Mrs Chas C Lewis Miss Liii Mae Botts of Bethel is the guest of Miss Nina Haxelrigg No 124 Washington street LexingtoniMr R L Casslty and wife nee Ada IToiiett of Owenton were guests of Mrs J C Bridges this week I1I8s Izelta Wright who has been her sister Mrs Brown in Louisville has returned home- Dr W E Baxter left Tuesday for his farm near Joplin Mo and will take his annual hunt while away I1I5 Geiger and Mrs Smith of have been guests of Mrs W G Chapman loft Monday for home Mrs Eliza McDonald of Louisville who has been the guest of her brother r E B Coleman has returned home Miss Ruth Robinson who has been the guest of her sister Mrs A A Bailey ai Bagdad tins returned home sasfWoodlake were in the city on Tuesday Mr W M Saffell and wife enter tained Mr Caleb Roberts amiwife of Canton Ohio at dinner on Wednesday atternoon Mr E P Cain and wife of Augusta Ga were guests of their brother in law Mr E Burkholder Logan street this week Capt L T West wife and son Mr las B West who have been in East ern Kentucky for several weeks have returned home vl W B Haldeman of Louisville was in the city Tuesday to attend the meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee Mrs S C Robinson nee Letha Dunigan and children of Shelbyville who were guests of friends here re turned home on Monday Mrs Jas A Scott and daughter Miss Emmie and Mrs Lee Penn attended the funeral of Mrs Levi T Scott at Eminence on Wednesday Judge H C Faulkner Sheriff Rice Johnson and Capt G W Albrecht were in the city Sunday and Monday on business with the Governor Mr R K McClure and Mr Paul Swain have returned from the National Convention of the Presbyterian Bro therhood at Indianapolis Ind Miss Pattie Thomas who has been a stenographer at the Democratic Central Committees headquarters in Louisville has returned home Mss Mae McGlasson and Miss Emily Hanley of Louisville and Chicago are guests of Miss Mary Watts Brown Wilkinson street Mr W D Drake wife and daughter of Fayette county who have been guests of Mr Jno P Hostetter and wife at Farmdale have return end home Rev J T Watts of Louisville came in Saturday ready to conduct the series of mens meetings being held at the First Baptist Church under the auspices of the Y M C A Dr Jno A Lewis of Georgetown ana his brother Mr W J Lewis of Woodlake left Saturday for ParIs Tenn to enjoy there annual bird hunt and to visit relatives in that place try CHAS J WEITZEL t Mr1 H Adams Division Superin tendent of the Prudential Life Insur anc Association with headquarters at Lexington was in the city on Tuesday tae guest of Superintendent W C Thos Barrett of Augusta Ga is the guest of Mrs L A Thomas Washington street A dainty and apetizing dinner was served In her honor on Wednesday to a bevy of attached friends NEW MASONIC LODGE Under a dispensation from Grand- Master S K Veach of Carlisle a new Masonic Lodge will soon be organized at Polsgrove Landing Mr V 11 Poole will be the first master Hiram Lodge No of this city W G Simpson Lodge of Monterey and the Lockport Lodge will assist In starting this new lodge on its way rVOTE IN DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY As we have not the space to give the vote for all the candidates for the different offices voted for In the Demo cratic primary we give that for U S as cast We also give it by the totals for the several districts Beckham McCreary First District 7221 G1iO Second District i2ii Third District 7914 4926 Fourth District 10574 JSG Fifth District 4510 l0SS7 Sixth District GI01 7SG3 Seventh District 8550 8471 Eight District 49Glj Si1li Ninth District 9441S12te-nth District 10Oi8 5392 Eleventh District 7214 1955 Total S2599 i1185 Showing that in this highest vote cast there were 154084 votes polled This taken from the vote given for- GO Beckham of about 238000 leaves S391C Democratic votes not cast which will be a great surprise as everyone thought that such a hot primary would bring out a big vote These figures will set the politicians guessing as to how this large number of voters will cast their votes at the next general election- PROMISCUOUS SHOOTING The promiscuous shooting of which boys and young men are guilty came near proving a serious matter to Mrs Chas Whitehead on Wednesday She was standing at the window of her room on Murray street when some impulse caused her to move to another part of the room when almost immediately she heard the sound of break Ing glass and found that a bullet had passed through and lodged In the wall on the opposite side just on a line with where she had stood a few min utes before There is entirely too much of this sort of thing going on Last year a bullet pierced the glass window in our office just where our proof reader had been sitting only a few minutes be fore There is a law which punishes this sort of thing and it should be rigidly enforced before some valuable life pays the forfeit WANTED A woman attendant at Tho Stewart Home Telephone or call 2tf AiIi iiiiAii Let us show f ytyout Elegant k New Table t t LinensSpecial ifII Prices fIThanksgiving T11 HEENl1 y sSATURDAYS Sir goat and Skirt Sale t iWE OPEN ON SATURDAY MORNING ttilt SKIRT and JACKET 1500 1750 and 2000 r f JACKETS 4iiPOOur 900 Coat is a nice Garment and could be considered good at 1200 t SKIRTS We positively have the Best values in Tailored t Skirts at 500 000 and 750 to be found Other Styles 800 950 c Childrens Underwear 1 5 and 23c a IjlocelLadies Undo wear 25e each ORTSlWOOL BLAXKJSTS AND COll Lace Curtains rOc 7Gc IGO 138 and 15O pairjA usin Curtains JOe 73o 100 a pair RUGS STILL SOLD AT REL UCEp PRICES F T HEENEYjH IJGET BUSY t USE PRIDE OF MADISON I FLOURrNEVER FAILS Ask your grocer We carry a full line of hay straw oats corn feed seeds and produce j HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones 47m LA15Ii1AfCOSflWe and they are in the way f dome and get one Hammond Co J J i jri We Think Youll Find This The iTost Important News In This Paper If you howl ovorv word of it youll have now wuiso for thankfulness on Thanksgiving day This store lias lung been preparing for a recordbeen Icing overt In celebration of tills ThainksLiviiifr season CoinnmnpInK values In tho newest most dopondable and desirable of tlio seasons merchandise offerings of every description have Ion marshalled and now WE WILL JIOL1 A TIIANKStilYfMJ 8AIE It wont ho any of loud advertising claims and a very few special offerings either Hilt we are going to olfer the realest sort of bargains in Cloaks Suits Furs Dress Goods Childrens Garments etc that this store ever contained Were going to help good housewives to get Toady for Thanksgiving by offering serviceable and reliable things they need In table linens too at prices that are far lower than they will bo found anywhere else Were going to offer nsofnls sake wearables of all good kinds at prices that will certainly appeal to prudent people Cloaks One lot Plaid Mixture or blacks 800 Ono lot Stylish Plaids black or bines 1000 One lot Fine Cloaks nicely trimmed or plain box styles 1500 One lot 3500 quality Cloaks in black 250C Suits One lot Suits well tailored at 1500 One lot Suits in grey bluo or brown worth 2500 at 17fiO One lot Dressy Stylish Suits worth JOOO and 3ftOO at 2500 ANNA FVA FAY- Iho Oracle of Modern Times Comes to Capital Theatre Next Week Anna Eva Fay tho world r- elJedlIodetleu times willopon u three nights iwa timentat Capital Theatre Thursday November 20 in a brilliant dem 1Onstlation of Mental Tflopathy has long since accepted telepathy as an assured thing and doubtless Miss Fay has something hto do with compelling this accept ance for she is unquestionably an advance pupil in the realm of thought transmission without the intervention of physical forces or agencies Endowed with a full understand tingof the lomnts of spiritualism 1and reared in a family of that per suasion Anna Eva Fay the most remarkable occultist of tho present age while still a child went to India where she studied tho su pernatural arts of the Mahatmas So proficient did she become that upon her leaving that country tho high priests bestowed upon her tho 1title of Fair Mahatma and to this day she retains the name She is said to be possessed of rare t mental power by the aid of which she is able to rend the thoughts of others to locate missing things or persons and oven read the future She is however not a fortune tol ler nor clairvoyant She has upi OYOlyscien1r her peculiar power hut she herself t does not know how ifeWhut SIlO does may be described r but as to how silo accomplishes so r many mystifying things is impos sible to describe Gild theta have been few persons who have even opi1lionr that the thea tre will lie crowded during hor en gagement as in other cities the l theatres have not been largo 43enough to hold till crowds who wonI1I Skirts Brown Panama Skirt newest effects 500 800 and 1000 Dress Goods 38in Serviceable Plaids for Child ron Dresses regular 60c quality only 38in Silk and Wool Crepe tie Paris in lavender and blue green and cream regular 100 quality 38c being turned away at every per formance 15 25 535 and 50 cents Ladies conIditionsP08TMASTKH UOB13ED G W Pouts Postmaster at IJiverton la nearly lost his life and was rolbndof nil com fltIaccording to his letter dllOltiCIa severe cuSP of jaundice that even my Hngur nails turned yellow when my doctor prescribed Elec tric Bitters which cured mo and have kept mo well for eleven years Sure cure for Biilious ness Neuralgia Weakness arid all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derangements A won derful Tonic At all druggists 50 cents RUNAWAY TEAM IAbout 040 on Thursday morn n of horses belonging to the Frankfort Elevator Coal Co attached to a wagon became frightened by a passing engine and dashed down St Clair street told bridgeiDairy Wagon tearing oil a wheel scattering the milk cans about on the bridge and spilling the milk While tangled wlth tho milk wagon thorfteam was captured without furtftor damage =WILL NOT OFF ANY MORE WITNESSES IB F French and Felix Feltner who were Hued by Judge Benton for con tempt in running off witnesses In tho Marcnm suits against Hnrgls Callahan French at Winchester appealed their cases to the Courts of Appeals iOn Wednesday that court alllrmed the Judgment of the circuit court French was lined 5000 and Feltner was tined 3000 and sentenced to two years in jail It wont he so funny now to run offi witnesses in that section mill probl- ably justice will he done in otho cases A At nRT Beara Slgnaturo of Silk for Fancy Work Fancy work Brocades and Pompadour Gloves P K Gloves in red and tan 125 12 Bud 10Button Kid Gloves all sizes black tan or whit- eNAPKINS Special 100 150 and 200 AN UNPRECEDENTED SPEC TACLE Military Display Feature at the Jamestown Exposition One of the most spectacular features of the Jamestown Ter Centcnnial Exposition to be held 011 the shores of Hampton Roads near Norfolk in 1007 will be the grand Military display Hero will be assembled in martial array not only the military organizations and government troops of country but soldiers from ullof tho representative nations of tin worldwho illbp encamped on the grounds of the Exposition for stated periods and will bo thu na tions guests while in ths country An entire division of U S soldiery will be quartered at the TerC tennial to act as Military host fee the foreign troops Among the famous organizations that will bp represented are tho Ancient and Honorable Companies of Artillery of London und Boston the oldest military organixatins of their re spective cuntries Another com 11terestArmed Confederate Veterans of Tennessee that will come three hundred strong armed with the old nuzzle loaders and uniformed in the Confederate These old pucl1mpndillvery best equipment will nllOlcIl1- most interesting and instructive opportunity for comparison with tile warfare of those times and layOlliciai real ising the necessity for space required to drill and mananivor such a vast bodyof men have set aside thirty acres of laud in a central location to bn known as Leos Parade This will be the largest and beautiful ground of its kind ever allotted for the purpose at ahv of time previous Expositions AIIOtIII feature of the military display will be the many hands and musical organizations that will accompany their regiments to till TerCent nnial The musical program will bo both beautiful and Expoi5lJllIHIorII OaWiil5 Little effects values this most Early Risers The famous little pills I i OLD TAYLOR TIlE iJ EMlER KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky Y t i Thanksgiving Table Linen Sale Special Silver Bleach Table Linen 50c 7lMn Table Linen special slue 75c Holds Fine 72in Table Linon 100 New Patters in Double Damask 125 and 150 Furs Reliable kindFox Mink ITho Lynx When the tip of a lugs nose is cold and moist that dog is not sick A feverish dry nose means sickness with It dog And so with tho human lips Dry cracked and colorless lips mean feverishness and are as well ill appear ing To have beautiful pink velvet like lips apply at bedtime a coating of Dr Shoops Green Salve It will soften and heal II skin ailment Get a tree trial box at our store and he convinced Large nickel cupped glass jars 25 cents All dealers u 7ittloasiy Risers 1The famous Eiitfc picks JJUE GLASS COMPANY TRACTION V INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division LIIS Lexington every hour from a III to p in mid lit and p in Leave Marls tory hour from a in to p in and p Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour front 6 n to 7 p m and at 0 timl p Leave Georgetown every hour from a to 8 p m and at p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from ti in to ti p m and at 3 and In Leave Versailles very hour from 7 m to 7 p m and at 9 and p m E T Phone 010 Home Phone i1- II T GUNN Manager tf 2000 ROUND TRIP From Louisville TO TAMPA 1TNTA RDAST PETERSBURG ORLANDO and many other points in Florida VIA Southern Railway AND Queen Crescent Route NOVEMBER 20TH Also Low Homeseekers Rates on November 6th and 20th to points in Tennessee North Carolina South Caro Tina 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 COOK C P T A Fourth Avo Louisville O H HVNGJ District U Fourth A RFOHnI lC 11KAM IK St Louis M- oIi t ii I Childrens Cloaks t Beautiful Plaid Mixtures fX and 000- Finouaality Vooltex Coats I I800 to 1200 f rttt sAN IDEAL VACATION TRIP- YELLOWSTONE PARK PERSONALIA CONDUCTED Spend Your Money in This Country- ITINERARY OF TRIP Denver Colorado Snriiitrs Cripple Crock inrtlou of the toils 3Iiuiltun IIKKS PEAK Jrand liver Canon Itoyal Gorge Gleinvootl Springs Salt Lake City hrdeti Salt Air Marshall Pass Black taaoa and six and one half davs WONMHFUr YELLOWSTONE PARK J COST OF TRIP Expenses of an ordinary trip of this nature has been folly considered and minimized so as to be within easy reach of all Special Sleeps rs will leave Louisville Night of July 25th For full particulars write J H GALLAGHER Barret Avenue Louisville SPLENDID OFFER We are able to give you this splen did utterALouisville HeraldA- ND Roundabout r For one year for only 200 onlyIThis gives you a dally paper Sundaykexcepted for a nominal price and your own local paper giving all the home news and the news of the political campaign now on Send in names and cash 50 YEARS 1EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS 1 DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c jsending n sketch mid des rlntinr quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an p Invention Ii uhlo ronmuinlcn HonsKirictljrcomiilonUnl on Patents free Wiles for receiveIhandsomelY illustrated weekly Tnrcest clr dilation of any sctenttacJournal Tcriim f tour nowsdouler a YorkTrench t i ii r r r rB t1 I rl t t i r 14j 1f W Frankfort HoimtlaDoiit Enteml at tin pustHlko tit Frankfort Ken tiirkyjisMriHiilrtasis inailabli matter QEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT NOV 24 1906 I u TO OlR SPBSCKllIKUS Int short title we will begin sending out our bills for subscrip tion to the ROUNDABOUT We trust that our pa Irons will tike time by the forelock lulu will pay up their arrearages before these reminders are sent to them There are a number of our pa trons who owe us two or more years subscription and while these may be small sums to them the aggregate to us amounts to quite respectable iiugres We do not wish to discontinue any subscription but those who owe and will not pay after a rea sonable time will have to be cut off COMES BACK HOME From tho Danville Advocate we learn that Mr D N Ceilings of Pueblo Col has been elected by the Board as Director of Mechanical Work at the Deaf and Dumb Asylum at Danville Mr Col lings is a soninlaw of Rev J 0 A Vaught and was associated with his father who was Mechani cal Director at that place until he married and went West some four years ago This will be good news for Mr aught and his many friends n JUST A SUGGESTION to those having charge of the rail We would respectfully suggest road depot that they make some arrangement whereby passengers II SHIED Oil LIFE Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark and similar expressions are made so often in connec tion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im proper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste The action of 11Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emulsion itself What it does- r it does through nourish mentthe kind of nourishment that cannot be ob tained in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good f from it We will send you a sample free Be sure that this picture in the form a label is on the wrapper of every battle Emulsion you BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 50c and all druggists Cured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Effected Cure Hcnrt disease is curable but in people of advanced nee it does not readily lend itself to ordinary treatment is however hope for all sufferers in Dr Mios Heart Curl which ve know from watming hun dreds of cases and from the letters of grateful sufferers will cure where all else has failed It is not only a wonderful cure for weak and diseased hearts but it is a blood tonic a reg ulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for im proving the circulation of the blood During the Civil war I contracted heart disease and in 1896 while living in the grand old town of Lexington Va grew so much worse left there with m wife to visit my sisterinlaw Mrs T A KIrby at Roanoke Va While I said nothing to anyone never expected to live to return to the dear old town On reaching Mrs Kirbvs she insisted I should Heart Cure I cured a few bottles of it alo the Nervine- and Tonic After using one or two bottles I could see no improvement and I despaired- of ever being better but my faithful sisted on keeping it up which I did provement soon began in earnest and I took In all fifteen or sixteen bottles I was re stored to perfect health and while I am 70 years old I am comparatively boy You sir are a recom sufferinghumanityI All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book en Nervous and Heart Diseases Addrei Dr Miles Medical Co lilkhart had who como in on the F C Rail road especially at night willnot have to wade through two to three inches of mud in order to reach the sidewalk So long as the weather was mod erately good there was but little trouble about this matter but when it rains as it did Saturday night it becomes a right serious matter for n lady to step off the cars into a literal sea of mud Verbum snpIA BAMLY MORNING Tuesday morning was so spring like and balmy and the sun shone so warm that humble bees were seen flying about and a snake which came out from its winter quarters was killed near the 0 P C Distillery BIG LOT OF LOGS CAME DOWN Several days this week the sur face of the river as it passes through this city was black with saw logs floating down The river men hereabouts made good by catching many of them for which the law provides a fee RESUMED OPERATIONS The distillery of George Baker No 83 Forks of Elkhorn made the first mush of the season on Monday last The O F C Distillery No 118 the property of the Geo T Stagg Co at Lock No4 made the first mash of the season on Thursday Nov 15- There are now four distilleries in operation in this division AWFUL TRAGEDY It seems like horror follows up on horror The last event to tran spire is the collision which oocitred between two passenger steamers on Puget Sound One of the vessels had its side crushed in and sank stern foremost in ten minutes from the time of the catastrophe carrying down about 50 people like rats in a trap In explanation of the horror it is said that the pilot upon one of the vessels mistook the signals from the other told changed the course of his vessel so that in spite of all the officers of the other vessel could do after they discovered the error they could not escape the collision lbau outsider it looks very much like there was criminal care lessness somewhere o i f FINE SERMON FROM YOUNG MINISTER Rev A Paul Uugby pastor of Providence Baptist Church tnis county preached at till Firstliup- tist Church this city on Sunday night and notwithstanding tin1 inclemency of tlu cjit her thorn was a line crowd out to hoar him Mr Bagby is tho youngest son HeIseven years was pastor of the First Baptist Church Ho is a brilliant nnd able young preacher Hud gave the congrega tion n tine sermon Sunday night from tho text What is man that thoii art mindful of him or the son of man that thou visited him For thou hast made him a little lower than God and hast crowned him with glory and honor Ps8 15 It was a forceful and strong pre sentation of the value of the indi vidual man and not tho great mass of men in which he showed how God looked upon tho individual man so valuing him that he gave his only Son that man might bo saved and that men wore saved as the individual integers and not en masse He eloquently urged his hearers to a higher standard of life that they might put the value upon themselves that God had placed and showed that in so valuing themselves they would put lifes standards high The many friends of this able young pretichtr hope to hear him frequently DrugLawcontainingOpium stupifying or poisonous drug But it passes Dr Shoops Cough Cure ontirelyfreebitterly opposed the use of all ShoopsCougheven for the youngest babeand- 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 We cheerfully recommend and sell it All dealers SUIT FOR INFRINGEMENT OF TRADEMARK Messrs W A Gaines Co of this city owners of the famous Old Crow distillery filed suit in Louisville on Monday against W L Weller Sons for infringe ment of their trademark on Old Crow Whisky They allege dam ages to the extent of 25000 an accounting of profits and an in junction to prohihit this firm of rectifiers from branding their pro duct Old Crow Another case for the Pure Food Law to tackle- Preventics as the name im plies prevent all Colds and Grippe when taken at the sneeze stage cOlldytuhletscolds quickly and taken early when you first feel that a cold is coming they check and prevent them Proven tics are thoroughly safe for children and as effectual for adults Sold and recommended in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by all dealers LANDSLIDE AT GREEN HILL CEMETERY ON INTER URBAN LINE Owing to the heavy rains of tho three or four days prior a section of Green Hill Cemetery for Colored People slid down on tho Intor urban Track at that place on Mon day night The slide carried graves and gravestones out on tho track which will necessitate a considerable amount of work to clear tho track and reinter tho bodies of the dead Pleasant totake f rF tfl TraIltSruY Laxative i Syrup j NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor fthnormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines Vegetable about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etcIIY our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better any other you have tried thanj ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER t t Tobacco Bellows Blowers f Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatchesl J Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine OilITarpaulinsaMonkey Wrenches i Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGGI Hardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISCOLL Oualifv The Leading Grocer ti The Pioneer Dealer in High IGrade Kentucky HandMade tSour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL t 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky k HEAVY RAINS Almost continuous rains fell from Friday night until Tuedasy night and the consequence was that all the small streams became torrents rushing their murky wa ters in the river to such an extent that the latter stream rose very rapidly making lots of water with which to float the largest coal barges from tho Ohio river to this point CASTORIAFor Thi Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- SliDatUft of Dr Wester Treatmen- tS 4ptaaflies the blood Cerate heallskID eroytloal l iil WANTEDGentlemau or ladyywi-th good reference to travel byrrail or with a rig for a firm of f 250000 capital Salary 1072 apaId jJosKILLTH COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS fNewFOR cOLDS Price LLAI B0c100Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BA DK iIr t Ty I i WHEN KNGIHTHOOD WAS FLOWER IGrotlt New York Production and Company Cornea to Capital Theatre ToDay Matinee and Night y In When Knighthood Was in Miss Anna Day has beon enough to find a worthy opportunity for a display of her iti fin i to talent andcleverness She more than pleases in every re- specti Her interpretation of her f role is more than satisfying deft touches hero and there have made r it her own creation and not an imi tation As Mary Tudor Miss Day presents a character which never allows the interest in it or the play to abate a lovable char acter marked as it is by the oppo sitions ofn hot temperament which will bestow the hand only whore the heart has gone As Mary Tudor action is requisite j hence there is a danger of over exuberance but Miss Day never overacts nor does she make the opposite mistake One feels that her quick passionate movements are tho result of instinct with na tiral impulse but dignity tho dignity ofn Kings sister is always ready when need arises to bring it into the play The co quetries ofa lovely and loving woman tho courage which makes a woman ready to sacrifice for tho Man she lovesthe dignity of the Queen of France outwardly r signed to her fatethe final tri mphof a lone woman over her Trust to Nature- A great many Americans both meD- and women are thin pale and puny with circulation because they have ill treated their stomachs by hasty eating ulcoGant to home office or factory and In eonsequencu tho stomach must be treated to a before they can rectify Hieir earlier mistakes The muscles in many such in fact In every weary thin and tainblooded person do their work with great difficulty As a result fatigue comes early is extreme and lasts The demand for nutritive aid is ahead of the supply To insure perfect kealth ssue bone nerve and muscle should take from the blood cer tain materials and return to it certain others It Is necessary the stomach for the work of taking up from the food what Is necessary to make good rich red blood We must go to Nature for the remedy There were certain roots known to the Indians of this country before the advent of the whites which later came to tho knowledge of the settlors and which are now growing rapidly in professional favor for tho cure of obstinate and liver troubles aro found to be safe and yet cer in their cleansing and invigorating i upon tho stomach liver and blood are Golden Soul root Queens Italn Stone root Bloodroot Mandrake Then there Is Black Chorrylmrk a medicinal principles residing in these I roots when extracted with glyc t as a solvent make tho most reliable and efficient stomach tonic and liver In when combined In just the PiercesAdenIs bankrupt such as nervous exhaustion bad nutritionand thin blood the body acquires vigor and tho serves blood tissues feel the kvorablo effect of this sovereign remedy Although some physicians been a1jWO of the high of the above mentioned plants yet few have tied pure glycerine as a solvent and usually doctors prescriptions called for tho ingredients in varying with alcohol The Golden Medical Discovery is a scientific preparation compounded of the extracts of the above vegetable Ingredients and contains no alcohol or harmful habit forwing drugs i Headquarters for WatchesI Il l We have long boen known as Tlio Leading WaUh loose in this section ail we and tplminod to deserve this distinction more than OUT Stock is now more Comprehensive Varied than ever shown All tyes all makes all siIsonr vine of Novelties being especially strong We want your Watch business and we are going to get it by giving you good honest smile goods at Right Prices with Fair and Liberal Treatment Make your Selection now have it Engraved and put aside for Christmas NI A SELJBERTLr- i fIN 1FloeL t MISS ANNA DAY with When Knighthood Was In Flower at Capital Theatre tonight enemies and the sweet womanhood of a wife when finally she is unit ed with the man of her hearts choice all those phases and more are portrayed by Miss Day with a finely shaded artistry growing out of a wondrous ability a thor ough comprehension of leer part and a complete sympathy with it Miss Days support is a fact which can seldom be stated with truth well in keeping with her worth even to the smallest part in tho east Mr Alfred Swenson makes a most dashing and handsome Brandon and is an actor who combines unusual ability with the natural graces of a gentleman Tho play is staged and costumed with all the elegance that marked the first production that tlw desirable physical quality of rich ness is provided in tho prudence of Ernest Shipmau under whose auspices Miss Day anti her magni ficent Criterion Theatre Company are appearing 1wo phases of the Tudor tom per uro contrasted in Paul Kostors drunmtiation of Majors clover novel Whon Knighthood Was in Flower one of tho masculine phases exhibited by that famous and muchmarried monarch Henry the Eighth and the a mow lovely feminine phase puted by the lively fancy of novelist to Henrys sister This Mary aunt of Mary who reigned later progenitress of the Lady Jane Grey who reached block instead of the throne not loom large in the history the time but tho plain facts her career her marriage to the Twelfth of France and her secret marriage to Brandon Duke of Suffolk been made tho pivots around tho Major romance and tho concocted from it revolve Capital Theatre today nee and night Prices 75 50 2f Night 150 fl 50 25 Seats now selling at retts Nr DISTINOUIS lIED KENTU METHODIST DIVINE DIES Bishop T I Tigert of vine recently elected Bishop thu Southern Methodist died on Wednesay at Tulsa Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair Street IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADE j There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is priceThisanyfactoryunder a GUARANTEE that means SOME anykindrepainting resentative will call to see you We take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without co- stfeller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY K WARD President from the effect of swal a small chicken bone which blood poison to set in was a brilliant able and 1 preacher a selfmade loss will be a severe one to denomination and to Chris have generaly been THANKS placed under ob to the Cudahy Packing for a box of its celebrated Dutch Cleaner which is to be a great labor sa in the way of cleaning by company will please accept thanks NEEDLE WORK Womans GUILD Needle Work will meet in the lecture room the First Presbyterian Church November the 7thatOkIli oclock a Directors are requested to ready at that time with their and garments Women for tho poor weak and ailing women there is at least one to help But with that way two treatments be combined One is local one is constitu but both are Important both essential Shoops Night Cure Is the Local Shoops Restorative the Constitutional former Dr Shoops Night Cure isa topical membrane suppository remedy while Dr Restorative wholly uu internal treat Tho Restorative reaches throughout the system seeking the repair of all nerve tissue uiul all blood ailments Night lard as its name implies does itt while you sleep It soothes sore and Inflam mucous surfaces heals local weaknesses and whllo the Restorative eases nervous gives renewed vigor and ambition up wasted tissues bringing about renewed vigor and energy Take Dr Shoops Tablets or Lltiuld as a general tonic system For Shoops positive local help use as well i Cure ALL DEALERS C M BROWXIXG Sec and Teas NOTICE TO LAWYERS The Geo A Lewis Publishing House hits made a specialty ofrlegal printing such as lawyers briefs notices etc Our long ex perience in this line makes us es pecially well fitted to execute such work with accuracy and dispatch Prices as low as the lowest Give us your work genuinLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold la oae day VitalQuestions What does the Doctor Prescribe What does the Druggist Supply Health often balances between these two questions Life itself may depend on the precise fill ing of a prescription with drugs of absolute standard strength Many druggists who fill pre scriptions carefully are not careful about the reliability or potency of the remedies used We are careful about both We see to it that all our drugs have the precise strength they should hove and they are always com pounded with scientific ac curncy I W GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Kyi i H MARRIED ti 3NEOORETHOMPSOX =On the West Silo on Tuesday night Mr Robert k u Mooiv and Miss ida Mary Tliompsoi were innrried- SHARPLOXG In Louisville on Tuesday Nov 10 Mr Harry Sharp and Mrs Hannah Hardin Long were married Mrs Long was the daughter of the t late Mr David Hardin formerly of this cityHALLMOOREIn this on Wednesday Mr Irivne Hall and Miss Cleopatra Moore were harried by How 0 K Hudson of the Christian Church tABRILLIANT WEDDING IN THE LONG AGO During the last ten days I have seen several notices in the daily papers of the celebration by Goy Thos T orittonden and wife of their golden wedding at their home in Kansas City Mo It hardly seems possible that a half century has llown since he mat Tied Miss Carrie Jackson in this city but it has boon a long time since was a small boy and as such was a lookeron at the marriage Mrs lack son mother of the bride had only recently sold her farm upon a por tion of which the new State Capitol is now being built to the late William M Todd and with her daughter was living at the Capital notch hence the estaullshItmammy in those days was very fond of seeing everything of interest which was going on a iron g the white folks and taking me with her we witnessed the wedding as unbidden guests Flattened up against the wall just insitlt the lames entrance to the hotel we saw the bridal party march down he long hall and into the parlor and then peeped through the door while Rev Dr John C Young the President of Centre College perform ed the ceremony A large number of guests were present the parlor be ing packed to suffocation but hardly as navy as a thousand were there as has been stated by one paper as that number could not be squeezed into the building I remember well how pretty and sweetinglooking was the bride and what splendid specimens of young manhood were Gay Crittenden and Mr Justice John M Harlan of the Supreme Court of the United States who was one of his attendants and if we mistake not Col Robert H King 1who during the Civil War succeeded Crittendens brother Gen Eli H Murray as commander of the Third Kentucky Cavalry was another of the groomsmen but have no recollection of who composed the balance of theI wedding partyand there were S0111lI half dozen couples About eighteen months before Goy Crittenden had graduated from Centre College In one of the most distinguished classes ever turned out by a Kentucky College some of the members of which were Goy John Young Brown Col W C P Brecklnridge Judge John M Harlan and Senator J C S Blackburn had read law hereunder the tutelage of the late Judge limos B Monroe hut at the time of his marriage was a clerk in the olllce of the Register of the Laud Ounce under the late Col Andrew McKinley His mother a most excellent Christian lady and a devout member of theI Presbyterian Church was very anxious that he should go Into the mlnistery nail so strong was her desire in that direction that in marking his shirts for him while he was at college she fre quently wrote passages of scripture upon them in indelible inl In speaking of this ardent desire of his mothers to a friend the Governor re marked that had he yielded to her wish mill become a minister all he would have had to do upon arising to address a congregation would be to pull out his shirt tail mum react his toxt riot it G A L LATEST STYLUS IJS WALL A Kit I have a full line of nil t Ill latest styles in wall paper Call and ox aininn stock C M JHVJDGKKOHI Main Street Opposite Engine House L3 tf WANTED Furnished rooms for light housekeeping by man and wife Apply at Roundabout office tI d+ biit Tla12 BIRTHS McNAMARAIn this cityon Wednesday to Capt D T MeNa inara and wifen son COAT OP ARMS In a card on tho Lewis coat of arms in a previous issue of tho Roundabout I omitted without noticing that I did so three words which omission 1 now correct The Lewis coat of arms in tin Lewis Congress Souvenir Volunv are those of the Warner Hall Low ises and Augusta Lewises N E SCOTT Thoeo awful pangs of Indigos tiin anti Dyspepsia attended by Sour Stomach and Headache arc quickly dispelled and will not re turn if you use Father Williami Indian Tea or Herb Tablets Wo cheerfully refund the money if satisfactoryI o YOlXG LADIES AID SOCIETY EXCHANGE Tho Young Ladies Aid Society wilIday November 2S whore they wil have for sale all sorts of good things for Thanksgiving Jay The will he in the ocoujIThese ladies are noted for mutt ing the most appetizing articles und at tho moat reasonable prices Go 8111503 them oFrankfurt is noted for its benuti ful women with their clear com plexions and ropy cheeks This is because they all use Father Wil liams Indian Tea or Herb Tab lets They are deservedly popu Jar Onl 20 a box They are sold ulldciu guarantee In Frank fort Drug Co Dlt1g- AistswI aA LITTLE OFF Ill the passing drift column of our neighbor of the Journal there are one or two inaccuracies viz It says that the old wooden bridge which was torn down in order to meet the requirements of the Government as to a higher bridge that the bridge had stood the wear and tear of sixtyfive years Not on your life The writer is only Co years of age and well remembers crossing the bridge that stood at that place which had no top on it and which afterwards fell with a sixhorse team and wagon on it That bridge was built about 1S18 Again he says that once before 1SSO the water came up in what is known as the classic Craw neighborhood To our certain knowledge it had been Dvertlowed four times before 1SS Brush up neighbor DEATHS FROM APPENDICITIS Decrease in tho shine ratio that th1HW of Dr Kings New I ife Pil Js increases They save you from danger and bring quick and painless release from constipation and tilt ills growing out of it Strength amid vigor always follow their use Guaranteed by nil druggists 5c Try them LETTER LIST Thn following Is the list of ndvtrtisod letter for week ending Nov Arrlngton Miss Ella B JJIArlington Miss Ella B Bean Dr A G Bingham Bill Brown Mrs Addle coloron- Blacketer Mrs H 1- 3Lierryman George Conrad Breckenridgo Electrical Mow Paclcn Go Goodall Mss Smile Hellene Will 1Hanslloll George GeorgeWIlliamJ Walter Williamson Lawn Warren Mrs Louise Willis Howe Wilson Mrs E When calling for the above letters please say BARNES P M IoasaronABears Signature of WMt n Boudit DEATHSn SCOTTIn Eminence on Monday Mrs Louise Scott wife of Mr Levi T Scott aged 72 years Mrs Scott was a devoted Christian woman and a lovely character She is the mother of Dr L M Scott of Jellico Tenn and an aunt of Col and Mr W P Scott of this city The funeral and burial took place on Wednesday afternoon CRANE In this city on Wed nesday Mrs Fannie Crane wife of Mr Andrew Crane aged 54 years of tpyhoid pneuomnia Mrs Crane was a member of the Methodist Church She leaves n husband and nine children to mourn her death The funeral services took place on yesterday morning conducted by Rev J 0 A Vaught and the remains wore laid to rest in out cemeteryHON BARREl DEAD The many friends of Col Join Barret of Louisville in this city were saddened by the news which reahed here on Thursday that ho had passed away at Montroso Gillas the result ofn stroke of apoplexy aged 55 yetis For quite a while his health had been poor andus a result he had beer forced tn retire from tho practice of his profession ns a lawjtr and 101cnbriljHuntman of tho order Ho was HOJljlWJIlHis stepmother Mrs Margaretta B Barret resides in this city Ho loaves a full brother Mr W F Barrnt Jr of Owensboro a half brother Mr Mason B Barret of Louisvili and two sisters Mrs J Speed Smith of Richmond and Mrs Fred Lanier ol Kansas to mourn his loath Col Barret had served one term as n Senator in the State Legislature tumid four years us Postmaster of o1dcr1Wfor main loveable traits of character DISTRESSING DROWNING AT THE FORKS OF ILK HORN Clarence Games 10yearold of Mr Will Games attempted toI ford Elkhorn Creek on a horse just abovo the woolen mills at the Forks of Elkhorn Tho current was too swift and horsu und rider were swept d nvn under the bridge whore young tines lost his hold on the horn undo was Irowned A number of persons paw tho catastrophe und did all they could to save the lad but without avail This is a very Hud allair and universal sympathy is felt for tle family The body WItS not recovered nving to tho high wate- rLnterTlle body was found on Miursday morning lodged against thoIDr Weuvura Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate tot skill eraptioo THJ REV InrJH HICKS J1I07 ALMANAC Tho lov Irl H Hicks hits boon t lompcllcd by the popular demand to resume tho publication of his volt known and popular Almanac for J007 This splendid Almanac is now ready For solo by nows loalorn or sprit postpaid for 25 lonts by Word and Works Pub ishing Company 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo publishers of Word und Works ono of tho best dollar monthly magazines in imerioa Otto Almanac goes with very subscription 92t The Kind You Have Always Bought and which leas bccnJin use for over 30 years has borne the ti supervision one All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are Pi Experiments that trifle with and endanger tIle health of 6 Infants and Children Experience against Experiment r What is CASTORIArCastoria is a harmless subStituth for Castor Oil gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is neither Opium Morphine nor other Pareisubstance Its is its guarantee destroys and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Colic It relieves Teetliin Troubles cures and Flatulency It assimilates the Food Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS f rf Bears the Signature of I The KM You Have Always Bought En Use For Over 30 Years 1THE 77 new Yong S1J d GUIDES TO HEAL THIA glass of cold water Is a tonic such as no doctor can prescribe Onions are an excellent nerve ton and a small onion eaten raw willIlc cause restful sleep A bed should be placed so that the head is toward the windows for in this way the light will not fall directly on the eyes and disturb the last hour of sleep that is claimed by some to be beneficial According to experiments made bran eminent German scientist seven hours of sleep is the minimum amount required by the average person Fast jag he found had a much less injurious effect than loss of sleep and the re duction of the usual period of sleep by three hours diminishes the power of the memory by onehalf rLOTS OF LOGS CAPTURED From daylight on Thursday morning until about 0IJO tho river men of this city wore reaping a rich harovst in the capture of lop flouting loose und in hunches from the IJOOIUH about Ford and Valley View which gave ways before the big log jan- ta1TEW SERVICE IIEND RSONI ROUTETr- ains 145 and 146 will carryI uptodate Pullman Sleeper BetwecnI LOUISVILLE AND EVANSVILLE Sleepers open at LouisvilleI 840 p m at 9Ip m and Patrons can In sleeper until 730 a mI We respectfully solicit your patronage J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE Ky L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- LOUISVILLE Ky 4 11 j fl and lots been made under his per sonal since its infancy Allow no todeceive you in this S but contains ago It Panacea most New Fast Train T- OColorac I f UTAH AND Tlilt 8I PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday Mny The new t ruins will leave St Louts in ilnlly This ovenliiKtrnins to sninf 19I 1010 m dally Double daily Through HleopiiiK ear service for iseo Excursion tickets now on title i For further information pall on or address R T O MATTHEWS TrwPass Alt Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket At t St Lout Mo = = i ONLY RAILROAD SOUTH i EQUIPPED WITH I AUTOMATIC I ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS 1 AND b SOUTHERN RAILWAY TO CINCINNATIIV Southeast and Southwest MEW SALEJ For and llatru Addrr HC KINO C P Ii T A E Main St Lexington Ky W GARROTT General MpI W C RINEARSON 0 P Ctaciaoftti Oi i 11 J Xt e E 1 r 1 r tr7 v 7rr Itr Iti jjJJ f ATTENTION BUILDERS t NOW IS BMRN BUILDING TIME ROOFING c a I 307H09 Main St Main St RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CRunCH Rev A B Chinn rector will conduct services us follows 930 a in aunduyEohoo 11 a Prayer and Sermon 730 p in Evening Prayer und Sermon I BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adonis the pastor will preach at a m Rev J 1 Watts of Lonisvllle will preach at 780 p m Sundayschool tit 945 in the chapele Jr Baptist Young Peoples Union at 700 p j m In the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free and 730 p Sundayschool at 980 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 1 meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited Low Mass at 7IO a m High Mass at 10 a m Sumliiyschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Kev Dr C R Homphill of Louisville Ky will preach It a m and 730 p m Sundayschool atW30a m Prayer nmeetiug Wednesday evening 780 p Visitors atI cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev JOA Vuught the pastor will preach at a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at U45 a m Epworth League at H45 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the pastor Will preach at u m and 730 p in Young Society at 7 p m t SunduyEchool 045 a m f Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at rtfop Everybody Invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school every Sunday afternoon Everydody PRESBY T E RIA N CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe tho pastor will preach at 3 oclock p m Everybody MEETING TO BEGIN Rev J T Watts of Louisville will assist Rev Dr M B Adams in a protracted meeting at tho First Baptist Church of this city for the work of the ministry and he comes to his work with a heart full of tender sympathy for the weak the erring and the sinful The series of meetings which have weekIwi A give evidence of his clearness of thought and attractive presen tation of the gospel of peace jus tice and love Wo hopo ho may meet with large success in the meeting L f u ii Dont Neglect Root BUT BUY ONLY THE BEST We carry a Fun Line of V Crimp Roofing One and Two Ply Floroid Roofing Three Ply Felt RoofingYSlaters Felt and Building Paper Lime Cement Salt R C O J30i30J pmEverybody bytheeachday HlIudson chapelThe FatherThomas Chrlltlw1Indeuvor evenlnpat PRESBYTERIAN Invited- BRIDGEPORE Invite- dPROTRATCED oveningI Your Steel GREAT NAVAL DISPLAY Hampton Roads to ho the Scene of a Brilliant Marino Spectacle Exposition No more appropriate place than imagined yenrinTerCentonuial Exposition commemorating the landing of the early English colonists at James nwayTheHamptonRoads tering cities of Tidewater Virginia Almost equidistant from tho site are the cues of Norfolk Portsmouh Newport News and Old Point Comfort At this lat tor spot is the governments great est artillery station and tho waters in front of it have long been used as a rendezvous for tho fine ships of Undo Sams navy The water is of sullicient to float the largest battleship und placid enough to lull any one to sleep on the tiniest pleasure craft rOtldstomllstretchrs the Exposition grounds encircled withspots recalling every epoch of the martial history of the United Status First and lore greatforttorsIincludetween the Monitor and the Merri mao or Virginia They once flouted British sailors in a fierce attack made on Cranoys Island in the harbor Tho attack was repulsed with great loss John Paul Jones comingdown Rappahannock the Constellation sailed from its waters on famous cruises which A FOOLISH PLAN TU a Joy to eatt welcome my dinner hour because I rout indigestion with August Flowed qConstipation is the result of indigestion biliousness flatulency loss of selfpoisoninganemia emaciation uric various of the catarrhal inflammation of the intestinal canal and numerous other ail theydo4 Im bound in the bowels is a common expression of who look mis persistinqWhat a foolish plan when nature could AugustPlowerconstipation and all stomach ills gAugust Flower gives new life to the insures healthy stools a CJTwo sizes aye 750 All druggiMi For sale by J W Gayle brought them and their qomman ders eternal glory The illfated Chesapeake set forth from Hamp ton Roads on the cruise which was to humiliate her commander by his being obliged to surrender with almost no resistance Sowells Point the site of the Exposition was itself during the Civil War the location of a Confederate bat tery and was repeatedly shelled by Union war vessels On the other side of tho road stead is Hampton now the loca tion of the Soldiers Home harried during the Reyolution by British troops Nearby is Smith fiield where lie buried the remains of many Df the early colonists In dian relics abound in the region about Hampton Roads Such will bo the stage setting of the greatest marine spectacle ever gatheredon any waters for the de light of thousands A MOUNTAIN OF GOLD Could not bring as much hap piness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Vis as did one 25c box of Bucklens Arnica Salve when it completely eared a running sore on her leg which had tortured Greatestantiseptie LOC at II rUggiEtI RARE OCCURRENCE RICAL STORM On Monday afternoon and uenI ing there occurred the rare incident ofa heavy and almost con tinuous storm of lightning and thunder The lightning would flash brilliantly fora few minutes followed by heavy peals of thunder and then tho rain would fall in torrents for a short time and then the performance would bo re peatedAn occurrence of this kind so late in the season is indeed a very rare one Piles quickly and positively MagicOintmentalone and it does the worksurely and with satisfaction Itching pilesdisnppenrLargo Nickel Capped glass jars 50 cents Sold and recommended by all dealers rWOMANS CLUB The Womans Club will meet at the residence of Miss Lucy Chinn Campbell street on Monday after noon November 20 at half past three oclock rTREES PLANTS VINES Our General Catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever greens Shrubs Grape Vines Rhu barb Asparagus Small Fruits etc is noW ready on application Wo employ no agents but sell direct to tho planter H F HILLEN MEYER SONS KySept Ir 1 mWf2S i STAMPING GROUND Mr Jno Adams has returned from attending the Vehicle Dealers Assocla tion In Louisville Ve regret to learn that Mr Geo E Wllkerson is on the sick list Miss Mary Bond of Xenia Ohio was called here by the serious sickness of her sister Mrs C B Roberts Mr W O Wlgginton sold to Mr Lon F Kenney a fat hog supposed to weigh 500 pounds for 30 Our hunters rushed wildly to the fields last Thursday the day the law expired and many a poor cottontail bit the dust and some Bob Whites also though not so many as of the G W Hill who was assisting in a protracted meeting in Owen county was compelled to come home on Thurs day because of a severe cold which he had contracted He was well enough however to preach once on Sunday in the morning but his physician would not permit him to fill his pul pit at night The recent sale of time Buffalo Distillery property by Messrs SpllngI C Trundle has brought to fact that this sale carries with famous spring from which the ells tillory claims its name And thereby hangs a tale It is claimed by some that this spring was deeded to the town so that all the Inhabitants could uo the water from it by Mr Joel Herndon some years ago The record of the deed was unfortunately destroyed when the county clerks of fice was burned In 1S37 Numerous transfers of property about the spring have been made until now it is feared the spring has be come the property of the distillery owners Time town trustees are having an investigation made of the facts A large number of our citizens obtain all the water they use from this spring The Haner hotel property was sold by Master Commissioner F M Thoma eon on Monday for 2500 UNO rCHOATEVILLE There will be meeting at Benson Church every third Sunday Every one is cordially invited to attend the services Mr Boone Hamilton called on his best friend Miss Jessie Pierce Sunday last Mr Louis Peyton Mr Belve Ray Mr Willie Walter and Mr Nicholas Rodgers took a picture of Mr Gus Deans residence and funnily last Sunday Mr Willie Walter did have good enough luck to got down to Benson last Sunday and spout a few hours with his best friend Miss Christine Weber Dont you people feel sorry for Mr Grover Watson for his mule drove a nail in his foot and he didnt get out to Choateville Sun day Wo hopo he will be able to come next Sunday Miss Goldie Sudduth spent a few hours with Miss Christine Webor Sunday afternoon Look out boys it is time forI Santa Claus to come Be buying your girls Christmas present now before they get to a high price l h a i 1i J1t ti f o h Buy nt Mr Pet r store for it is n layer than town Mr Barry Pierce Mr Gus Dean if and Miss Annie Graham spent a few hours with their friend Mr r Willie Walter Sunday last Mr Ed Dean surely has been rlost strayed from home or kid napped for he has not been seen for a long time Mr Wren Hamilton called on his friend Miss Ellis PetersStm f day last I guess Mr Henry Showalter is still gathering persimmons for we have not heard from him this week MY MAMMAS KIDD Street Car Schedule Cars leave Capital Hotel FOR SOUTH FRANKFORT 620 a m and every 20 minutes un til 1020 p mjFOR PARK LINE tf 615 a in and every 40 minutes antil 1015 m IFOR LEESTOWN every 40 minutes un V Traction Co J D SALLEE Su- ptR8nktoilCuin1llRy f The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1005 P x181 DAILY YILv D Frankfort Ar 2OO1J Summit Elkhorn 182JDuvall 6 j Johnson 6 6295li5 New town j Centerville 5 59 55a03137 lArl Paris f Lv 8305 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with QskC KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot L BETWEEN TYIAP MA M IAMIPM 251TiI 400IAMMP M Lv Frankfort Ar 7 25 715 251 Lv Georgetown Ar 635 88IDKKNTUCK CENTRAL B R POINTS 25A7147P25P 50A A Paris LI 30A 542P lIP 4A A Winchester U 09A 345P 115P100EOP 54P A Richmond L 20A IMPCincinnati L 265P GEO B HARPER PrM aniUJenl Hunt C W HAYIChesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in effect July 1100 sub jest to change without notice For Louisville Nashville MemphispWest mold Southwest 909 1 M and GH V M Daily For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia Now York llicliuioml Old Point anti Norfolk 1018 A M anti 741 P M Daily 3lyr r z hnr M t r l1 tf r j f IAREMARKABLE WORK Our counry needs no introduc tion to Brenthitt county and its record Unfortunately Brenthitt is not alone in its nnnnls of Highland feuds But people need an iuroduction to the bravo effort to rectify this wrong and henl this open sore of our coun try Eight years rgi a little com parry of Christian men and wo men determined to send the Gos Irpelof ponce and love to these long neighborsI rrensuryIThey asked God for help and re ceived the voluntary aid of a few friends Eight years ago they sent one devoted Evangelist into the Cumberland mountains and God provided three hundred and sixty dollars for his support Every succeeding year the work has grown until the last year nine tyseven Evangelists were sent into the mountains of Tennessee Virginia Irth Carolina and Kentucky and over ten thousand dollars provided for their support without over asking a collection from any church The workers and the money came from every branch of the church and every State in the Union and bevomi1 These missionaries last year taught JsS Sabbath schools with 4 021 pupils preached nearly 4OCO times till received 785 confessions of Christ distributed 0000 Bibles anti Testaments ami over tracts The Society built 35000I year eight new mission and churches sent 0 boxes and barrels of cloth ing to the poor d11sehoolsloge begun under a tent and has now 105 pupils and ix teachers told a splendid plant twentyfive miles from a railroad They are preparing or flue similar institutions three of them already built The Society publishes the only paper exclusively for the moun taineer and has received over 5000 for founding an Orphan Asylum for the homeless children of the hills This work has been done in tho regions beyond churches and preachers among the long imegleeted mountaineers No wonder a distinguished preach er said Time Society of Soul Winners is doing the most und best work with the least money of any missionary society on earth so far as I know Next to the mum fest help of God the Society owes most of its success t i the Press of the eoumitrytivbicli has given the work its valuable assistance Iuu enlisted Chistinn people ot every church atul State ill itsup port There are three millions of these mountain people not degun rate and worthless as some sup They are the descendants AugloISnxonthe originalsettlers of this counj try and are now the purest stock of Americnas on the continent They are poor and unlearned This is the work of the American Inland Mission commonly known as the Society of Soul Winners It was organized in 1897 with Rev Dr Edward 0 Guerrant more Ky as its President nnelMaJ jor Roberts Bullock Cashier of the Fayotte National Bank of Lex ington Ky Treasurer Dr Henry- S Crockett Secretary und Rev H S Murdoch Field Secretary with a full board of executive and advisory officers Not ono of those receives a cent of salary except for the work in the Mission Field All who desire a share in tins work timid its reward can address time President or Treasurer Give j and it shall be given unto you FORTUNATE MISSOURIANS When I was a druggist nt Livonia Mowrites T J Dwyer now of Graysville Mo three of my customers were permanently cured of consumption by Dr Kings New Discovery and are well and strong today One was trying to sell his property and move to Arizona but after using New Discovery n short time he found it unnecessary to do so I regard Dr Kings Now Discovery the most wonderful medicine in existence Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by all druggists 50c and 1 Trini bottle free tt jli k t QUEEN QUALITY STYLES FOR FALL Queen Quality Fall Styles Embody about everything that is authoritative in shoo making for Women Every possible Style from the Dainty Evening Shoe of Patent Kid to the Heavy Button Street Boot of Calf Skin is included The New Spanish Models Plain Toe Short Vamp and High Cuban Heel in Lace and But ton Patent Colt and Button Gun Metal Kidare especially attractive R K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY ne am mQr ACCIDENTALLY OMITTED In our list of new buildings erected in the last year ve acci dentally omitted a very important one and that is the big onestory brick building erected by the Capital Steam Laundry for their own use at the foot of Ann street at riverWith their new and enlarged facilities this concern have ar ranged to greatly enlarge their business so as to take in family washing at such low rotes that any family eau afford to have their work done there LNATURE TELLS YOU As Many a Frankfort Reader Knows Too Well When the kidneys ar sick Nature tells you all about it The urine is natures calendar Infrequent or too frequent action Any urinary trouble tells of kidney ills- Doans Kidney Pills cure all kidney ills- Frankfort people testify to thisI Mrs Kato Newkirk of 118 Lo gnu street says II It was sometimes very hard for me to perform my daily work on account of weak ness across my loins and the ach ing I endured when stooping or reaching forward for any object The irregular action of the kidneys and the sensation of scalding whcih accompanied the secretions caused other symptoms which were very annoying and distressing I doctored great deal besides um ploying other remedies said to be good for kidney trouble but I received only slight relief if guy Reading notices about Doan s Kid ineyfills which appeared in our daily newspapers impresued me with their value so concluding to try thom I procured a box atT W Gayles drug store Their effect certainly surprised me fold I followed up the treatment with a second box Doans Kidney Pills did more for me than I could have expected I certainly recora pond them For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co foritheand take uo other iJr Kk ti IL THE 0NLg KITCHEN CABINET 1101IEconomical Women Iri the ono that lists a lifetime and yet is not highpriced Thats the McDougnll And economical women know it Tho McDougall peoplo make and sell live times as many kitchen cabinet as any other con cern Why Simply because they make them betterMcDougall Kitchen Cabinets Arc not highpriced 1800 to 2800 There arc imitations that sell for less lint the McDougall always a blessing ami not a nuisance is dustproof mouse proof and easily cleaned and PAYS FOR ITSELF quickly by saving kitchen supplies So its economy to buy a McDougall R ROGERS SONS SOLE GENTS Frankfort Ky BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 6 in to 7 p m and nt and p in Leave Paris every hour from 6 a in to 7 p in and 10 p m Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 a in to 7 p m and at 9 and 11 p m Leave Georgetown every hour from a in to 8 p in and at 10 p Versailles mILeave Lexington from center over from 6 a m and at 8 and bourI in Leave Vmsanles very hour a m to 7 p in and at 9 and p in E T Phone 010 Homo Phone 274 IJ T GUNN ltf ManagerI RAILROAD TIME L k N Lnuitivinn Accommodation leaves 540ainL- oulflvillo Accommodation returns 1J15 p Train Went 935 a m Train West l60p m Train Kant 040 a m Train Kant 420 p m C 8 O Westbound 900 a in Westbound 014 p m Eastbound 1018 a Knstbound 741 p m F Leaves for Paris tt 20 in 1111Iesve8JW WATSON Ticket Agent a n n = LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMARY OF TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE NOV 18 1806- WESTBOUNOEASTBOUND INO Leave AI No DullyEx PMI J Stations- II L DailyBx Snail IA IDa t 2S 0 955 l4tS R13 810 Winchester ao Ilar 1tlOJlJt l 95i 457 Iii Torrent 6730 flvfl 101i iiIIJ Beatty ville Junction 707 aa 1035 517 a 049 am li4i Athof O5 nlO 021 O K Junction111I 615 Jackson lllal 4 L cfc E Junction Camnfcon Junction Beattvville Junction O K Junction Ex No Trains coal 3 will make connections with the O li O Bv Sterling j Trains Nos and will connect with the Mountain Otta ftnil RJ for Pino Ridue and Camoton w IDully Trains Nos 2 8 and connect with the L ft ABy1orBoottvvillo Trains jNon 3 and connect with O K By for loch stations on CHARLES SCOTT 4 OPA OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY MundI ISItinn Ex Bx for Mt Sundsib frfiLexington0 Wnf Ills A M Lye PM LyeIAMAr IJrIa0 900 285 Tackson 380 1190 025 280 O K Junction 885 1190 168 Wilhnrst 417 i 162 Hampton tOO 11112I 128 610 1922 10I 848I 122 Hefochawa Lit 1398 r 106 Cannel City 646 JUG Noa ill and 22 will make close connection at O ft K Junction with Nos 3 sad 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Iteilway M L CONLBY 8vperiot ad Bt J