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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n rI IS THE FRAMFORT ROUNDABOUT GKO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TKHMS 100 In Advance ih I VOLS XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DECEMBER I 1906 No 13 g KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition of Growing Crops Prospect Etc The wet weather prevailing In Sep tember continued until the first week in October and wheat seeding and corn gathering were prevented Since then tine weather has been favorable and this work has proceeded without Interruption The average of wheat sown will be short being 89 per cent compared to 1905 That which was sown early is oming up nicely and with favorable conditons a good stand is Indicated The corn yield will be large being at 102 per cent compared to 1905 which was also a large yield Corn Is damaged from the wet weather and lack of sunshine maturing badly and at least 20 per cent of the crop will be unmerchantable Winter Oats The acreage will be short on this crop being per cent compared with 1905 Acreage on Rye and Barley about up to an average In the Burley District as also the Dark District no improvement is shown in condition of the tobacco crop A severe freeze occurred on November 10th and found much tobacco uncut in the field which was a total loss The damage on burley- from various causes is estimated a 24 per cent and the estimated yield is only 56 per cent In the Dark District reports Indicate that the crop Is damaged 20 percent and the percentage of yield is 88 per cent A large percentage o the tobacco crop will be of poo qualityMeadows and pastures are good and all live stock in fine condition Very little disease exists among stock Mules are high and in good very scarce in all sections First Division of State Ballard CountyWheat seeding Is about completed but is two weeks late and the acreage will be 20 per cent short Fully 50 per cent of the pea crop is damaged Tobacco fur ther damaged by the freeze and house burn Corn crop is large but much of it damaged More young mules in this section than for several years Prices high weanlings bringing from 55 to 85 per head Turkeys scarce selling for 12c on foot- Hickman CountyCorn crop shows considerable damage Yield very large Selling for 35c to lOc per bushel from the field Some corn contracted for at 40c per bushel 90 days ago Hogs small and scarce Tobacco shows a damage of about 15 per cent Henderson CountyWheat seeding completed and coming up nicely acreage 105 per cent compared to 1905 Corn yield is not as large as other sections and is damaged about damagIcdestimate extent until shipping is done Carlisle County Corn gathering in full blast and shows damage from stl111hrealdng Crittenden CountyCorn yield satisfactory some of It damaged Wheat acreage 75 per cent comparedI lo 1905 Tobacco crop fairly good condition but that on low lands was damaged Grasses have been good Live stock in fine condi lion with no disease reported Second Division of State Hardin CountyWheat sowing will be late but acreage will he up to an average Corn is a large yield but damaged 20 per cent Hogs and sheep scarce Light crop of apples and ferior quality- Cumberland County Corn yield large Damage by rot about 20 percent Wheat sowing nearly all done and will be up to 1905 in acreage Live stock in good fix No disease Nelson CountyCorn being gather ed and found to be damaged in shocks about 2q per cent Tobacco estimat ed to he damaged 10 per cent Full crop of wheat will be sown Grayson CountyWheat sowing has been delayed and acreage will not be quite up to 1905 Good yield of corn Much of it damaged and mi merchantable Poorest tobacco crop ever known practically no good to bacco produced this season Apples better than usual Sheep and mules very scarce and high Some disease is tilling the hogs Does not appear to be cholera Warren County About 25 per cent of wheat has been sown but with continued favorable conditions a full acreage will be put In Corn trot the largest In ten years Damage 30 per cent Tobacco crop large now in barn badly worm eaten and house burned Value will be reduced 50 perl cent Hogs and sheep in good fix and high Mules in good demand Apple crop a failure Third Division of State Owen County Much complaint of rotten corn yield heavy Wheat sow- Ing two to three weeks late Indications that a fun acreage will be saw if weather permits Tobacco was cut late and badly damaged by houseburn and curing green A small percent age cut early will be fine color Live stock in good condition Lincoln County Wheat sowiu about over and acreage estimated a 1Vheatup cated Corn yield 100 per cent great deal of It damaged Tobacco seems to be damaged at least 20 per cent All live stock In good condition anfd ulryear corn More rotten corn than was ever known before Tobacco damaged 20 pet cent by the freeze and houseburn Fourth Division of State Bell CountyCorn crop heavy yield but reported badly damaged and rot ting in shock Potatoes excellent Hogs and cattle plentiful and in good condition Wheat acreage will be 50 per cent less than last year Clinton CountyCorn crop good yield 100 per cent compared to 1905 Acreage of wheat sown 70 per cent compared to 1905 Sheep and hogs very scarce Cattle mules and goodiFifth Division of State Knott County About onethird oCI the corn is damaged although the yield is heavy 110 per cent compared to 1905 All live stock In good condi tlonElliott CountyYield of corn is heavy being 120 per cent compared to 11905 in some parts of this county 50 per cent of corn Is damaged A heavy snowstorm and freeze occurred Oct iO Cutting pastures back Wheat seeding has been very late but a good acreage will be put In Hogs scarce and high Sheep selling for o50 to 500 per head Morgan CountyCorn yield 100 per cent compared to 1905 SomeI damage Acreage of wheat only 50 per cent of 1905 Apple crop only fall In quantity and quality All livestock in good fix A city to be healthy must keep its sewer system in perfect order To he well you must keep the human sewerage system In perfect order tho only way Father Williams Indian Tea WclComevincod Frankfort Drug Co Drug gists DEATH OF JUDGE HODGE The friends and connections of Judge J C Hodge in this community were shocked to learn of this sudden death the 14th inst as he stepped from the steamboat Royal on landing at his hone Smithland Ky front Paducah where he had gone on some legal busi nessiwas an man polished and well bred He leaves a wife who was Milss Julia Scanland of Farmdale this county three sons and two daughters to mourn his loss LODGE OF SORROW Frankfort Lodge No 530 B P O Ellis will hold their annual Lodge of Sorrow tomorrow Sunday afternoon at 330 oclock at the Capital Opera House The following is the program of exercises Honored Dead WIlliam H Stone Lee H Cohen William F Barret Michael Buckley John T Gray VIlllam R Magoffln John Bradley Jos C Thomas Owen M Purr and John B Dryden Order of Exercises March and Overture Frankfort Orchestra Opening Ceremonies From the Ritual By the officers Memorial Ode The Vacant Chair Herbert Johnson The Frankfort Glee Club Opening Ode Great Ruler of the Universe By The Lodge ChaplainnRev 11 m Crowe Solo Nearer My God to Thee Homer Bartlett Mrs Lindsay South Memorial Address Judge John H Weathers of New 270tAmbrose Mr J M VanDerveer Closing Ceremonies From the Ritual By the Officers SongTine Lost Chord SullivanBrewer ClubsBenediction Rev Vm Crowe Opening Ode Great Ruler of the universe All seeing and benign Look down and bless our work And be all glory thine Oh hear our prayers for the honored dead Whlle bearing In our mind The memories graven on each heart For Auld Lang Sync The Frankfort Glee Club Prof Ruliff V Stratton Director First Tenors Wm G Weitzel Ben M Keenon Thos J Brislan 9Second TenorsS F Kennedy Coleman D Pattie Ruliff V Stratton First Basses Edgar Harris Chas V Clayton A Kennedy ISecond Basses Earl Rogers C Woodson Coleman R K McClure Officers Frankfort Lodge No 530 J P Hanloy Past Exalted Ruler- C O Reynolds Past Exalted Ruler- J H Stuart Past Exalted Ruler C N Wiard Past Exalted Ruler r J Lynch Past Exalted Ruler W W Longnioor Past Exalted RulerR McRery Past Exalted Ruler- J Swigert Taylor Exalted Ruler IG L Barnes Esteemed Leading KnightC Booe Esteemed Loyal Knight W Pruett Graham Esteemed Lec turing Knight- G L Roberts Secretary J W Pruett Jr Treasurer Whitnead Tyler IChas Tilford Inner Guard W Mlilani Esquire H B Ware Chaplain V Stratton Organist 1It D Roy Trustee Heeney Trustee IIames Stehlin Trustee Committee on Arrangements W W Longmoor AJ Lynch South Trimble Combs burr Jas T Butord DEADLY SERPENT BITS Are as common In India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For tho latter however there is a sure remedy Electric Bitters the SIAsays They restored my wife to per feet health after years of suffering with dyspesia and a chronically torpid liver Electric Bitters cure chills and fever malaria biliousness lame back kidney troubles and bladder dis orders Sold on guarantee by all druggists Price 50c j x i fA Our Great Sale of Laales Suits Affords a splen did opportunity for every lady to wear a- ToilorMade Suit It would be foolish to and have a suit made when these Elegant Tailored Suits can be had so cheap put on sale one big lot of the very best suits in our stock ranging in prices from 1500 to 3000 Sale prices Z25 15OO 1800 and 22 5O 1t Special Fur Values Sable Coney Cravats 150 Genuine Fox Boas 500 Isabella Masten Scads 450 Isabella Fox Boas and Pelerines in extra fine skins 900 1000 1350 to 2500- Childrens Fur Sets 100 150 250 to 1000 Ladies Kid Walking Gloves 100 pair Ladies Fleece Lined Silk Gloves in Black 100 pair Koatto Kid Gloves dressed with patent finger tips ltO pair l C KAQIN BRO r 4143 St Clair Frankfort Ky IIN ADMIRABLE TASTE Col Noel Gaines has Issued The Crusader for November and in It are some exceedingly well written and commendable articles They have the impress of a spirit of Christian forbearance and forgiveness which are in admirable taste and which it were well for more of us to culti vate both in our hearts and in our wish especially to commend to those who may wish to read them the two articles headed Before and After and Beclcham Finger and the People Whatever may have been the errors of the past and who of us has not had them the conduct at the present and of the future should be the standard by which we should all be judged FOLLOW THE FLAG When our soldiers went to Cuba and the Philippines health was the most important consideration Willis T Morgntiretired Commissary Sergeant V S A of Rural Route Concord X says was two years In Cuba and two years In till Philippines and being subject to colds took Dr tings New Discovery for Consump tion which kept me in perfect health And now In New Hampshire we find it the best medicine In the world for coughs colds bronchial troubles and all lung diseases Guaranteed at all druggists Price 50c and Trial bottle free rNrIDr Cadjs Condition Powders are what a horse needs when in bad antvermifugemedicine and the best in use to pat n horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte fc Gayle i fMill 1MT WE ARE FROM MISSOURI f Our contemporary of the Journal f i 1Iiayoung friend Miss Nina Hazelrlgg which occurred on Monday evening is ungallant enough to place the age of that young lady at 25 years 2- 323it appears to us that we have heard a legend In connection with that number We dont believe it IB correct Skidoo We are from Mis sour Oh what a whopper Miss Hazel igg was not even at home Constipation Is the cause of most ills of the human family Father Williams Indian Tea and Herb Tab lets act on the liver sweeten the stomach regulate the bowles Xot a drastic cathartic but produce the desired result without any bad aftet effect Only 20c Frankfort Drug Co Druggists DEATH FROM LOCKJAW Never follows an Injury dressed with Uucklens Arnica Salve Its antiseptic and healing properties pre vent blood poisoning Chas Oswald Merchant of Reiisselaersville N Y writes It cured Seth Burch of this place of the ugliest soro on his neck ever saw Cures cuts wounds burns and sores 5c at all druggists + fBOSSES BUMBLEBEES AND BILLY GOATS That strikes us as rather a good alliteration It fits in in any number of places just now There are several States whose would he bosses just about size to that extent IOaSTRXaBeare the A the J t See our Special at lOc a Yard l = PERSONALMr Valley View Miss Mabel Weathers is visiting friends In Cynthiana Mrs Mary Haycraft visited friends 1n Louisville this week Miss Mary Scottow has gone to Alabama to visit friends Mrs Huston Wood has returned front a visit to Louisville Gen N B Hays was in Lexington this week on legal business Mr Each Church has returned from a hunting trip in Oklahoma Mr Adolph Davis of Louisville came borne for Thanksgiving Day Judge A It Burman of Richmond was in the city on Monday Mrs Samuel Henning of New York visted friends here this week Judge E C ORear returned from Somerset on Monday evening i Mrs Geo B Harper has returned i from a trip to Pittsburg Penn Mr Jas W Crutcher of George town was In the city Saturday t Mrs Guy H Briggs and children are vistlng her parents in Lexington Mr Jno C Noel returned Monday from a hunting trip in Oklahoma Mr Edwin M Dryden of Dayton was a visitor here this week 1Ohio C Steele Reading returned from a visit to Shelby county on Monday visitedrEx Senator 111 Deboo of Marion was in the city on Thanksgiving Day Col Thos A Hall and wife have re turned front a visit to Nelson County Mrs Margaret Crockett of Danville was the guest of relatives this week iMr Hubert Vreeland and wife have HougeJon a business trip to Indianapolis IndMiss Viola Heise left Wednesday for a visit to her parents in Madison Ind IbiT Emma Coins visited at her old home near Mliiville on Thanksgiving DayMrs Maude Wlilson Stephens has returned from a visit to Aberdeen Jas B West after a flying trip tome left Saturday for Eastern Kentucky Mr McKenzie R Todd has returned from a business trip to Western Ken lucky Mr E B Hoover of Nicholasville attended the Court of Appeals this Sallie Page of Virginia Is the guest of Judge J P Hobson Shelby Marie Lindsey of Louisville Is the guest of her uncle Gen D W Lludsey Mrs Jno P Hanley visited her mother Mrs McDermott In Paris Saturday Mr Prank Chinn has returned from attending the U S District Court at London Mrs Ellen Hammond of Smithfield visited her son Col A B Hammond this week t Mrs Thos P Rogers visited her sister Mrs Jos Shively In Louisville this week Miss Eleanor ODonnell spent Thanksgiving Day with friends in Scott county Mrs Jennie T Cardwell visited her tisister Mrs Jas L Watson In Lexing ton this week IJN 4 r WM Jrj It Ti 1 fif t i r t i7 ybLt1 Y l 1 L GREAT BUYING CHANCES NOW PRESENTED Spocial Dress Goods Values at fiOe GOc and 75c Now Plnid Silks for Waists Special Price for AVaists 250 to 500 Blankets the Bet AllWool 498Specials in 2oc Hose yFleecedNew Table Linen Towels and Napldns Special Line of Handker chiefs for the Holidays 5c lOc and loc General Deputy Collector Chas 0Reynolds of Lexington was In the city this week Mrs Egbert C Stephens left Satur day for a visit to her mother at Aberdeen Ohio Miss Vary Tett attended State Convent Ion of Trained Nurses in Louis vine this week Hon W A Young of Morehead was in attendance upon the Court of Ap ppnls this week Mrs T Watts of Louisville was the guest of Mrs Adams Third street this week Mr John W Rodman was in Lexing ton Thursday to argue a case before Judge R L Stout Judge W R Cress of Monticello was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Judge Ben V Smith of Somerset was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Col Tom A Hall went to Louisville Wednesday to attend a meeting of the Mystic Shrlners Miss Maria 1 Trimble has gone to Kansas City Mo to visit the family of Capt H H Craig Capt R L Grinstead and wife visit ed her son Mr Fred L Grinstead in Lexington this week Mr John P Hanley attended the Knights of Columbus Convention In Cincinnati on Sunday Mrs Cornelia Bush visited her son Mr Sam Stone Hush at Kenwood Louisville this week Mr J S Weathers wife and chil dren spent Thanksgiving Day with relatives in Lexington Prof 1 Boyd Scenrce of Bagdad was the guest of his father Mr Geo T Scearce this week Dr Maurice S Davis wife and child of Lexington were guests of his father Mr 1 Davis this week Mrs D Thornton Edwards and Mrs J C Xeet of Versailles were in the city on Monday shopping Col Geo F Berry and wife visited Mr Sam S Bush and wife at Kenwood Park Louisville Thursday Mrs Jno F Davis Mr Jno C Davis wife and child visited relatives in Woodford county this week Mr O H Wladdle a prominent at torney of Somerset attended the Court of Appeals this week Jlr Jno K Todd anti Mr Chas G Marshall of Shelbyville attended the Court of Appeals this week Mr Berlah Magoflinof Duluth Wis was the guest of his daughter Mrs S J Shackleford this week Mr Geo M Gayle who is attending Kentucky University Lexington came home for Thanksgiving Day Mrs Maggie Mae Todd of Madison Ind who has been the guest of rout tives here has returned home Mrs Jno Morgan of Lexington spent Thanksgiving Day with liner brother Judge W C Herndon Mr J H Culter and wife of Pennsyl vania are visiting in this city en route to spend the winter in Florida Miss Janle W Dehouey atilt Miss Laura French were guests of Mrs Ike Parrish at Midway this week Col W S Hawkins acting warden of the penitentiary has returned from a visit to his home at Ghent Mr Ben Marshall and daughters Misses Nora and Catherine spent Thanksgiving Day in Lexington Dr J W Hill Mr W J Williams and lIi11 M Cralk went on a hunting trip to Mercer county this week Mr Chas H Morris Assistant At torney General has returned from a visit to his old home In LaGrange Mrs W B Rodman and daughter Miss Ruth of Louisville have been here several days on a business trip Miss Lockett Smith spent the Thanksgiving holidays with her cousin Miss Marian Gaines at Crescent Hill Great Cloak Fur Specials Miss Margaret A Lewis left for Louisville Wednesday afternoon to vist her cousin Miss Hallie B Todd Mrs E C ORear returned Sunday night from a visit to her son Mr Premiss ORear in Montgomery count Hon Edward W Hines of Louis vine Chief Counsel of the L N R R Co spent Thanksgiving in this cityMiss Helen ORear who Is nttend ing Science Hill Academy at Shelby vllle came home for Thanksgiving DayGen D W Lindsey Mr T L Edelen and Mr Frank Chinn went to London Monday to attend the U S District Sadie Brown of Bloomfield who has been the guest of her brother Hon Ell H Brown Jr has return ed home Miss Virile Kenney who has beets attending Georgetown college owing to illness is at home until after ChristmasHon G Stuart of Winchester who has been very ill was well enough to visit his brother Mr Jno H Stuart this week Mr Lewis McQuown has moved his fancily into the handsome residence just built by Mrs Mary Tobin on Main street Dr Louis M Scott and wife of Jellico Tenn who have been guests of Col Jas A Scott and wife have re turned home Mrs Hiram Berry and niece Miss Clintie Cunningham have returned from a visit to Hon W L Cannon and wife at Midway Mr Guy H Briggs has stored his furniture with J C Mastin until his new house which he is building Is ready for occupancy Dr 1 Lampton Price and wife have rented Mr Guy H Briggs residence corner of Shelby and Fourth Avenue and have moved in Mr Robert N Halt Mr Isaac Locke and Mr Howard Ummethun cadets at State College Lexington came home for Thanksgiving Day Judge E C ORear and wife visted their son Mr Prentiss ORear on their farm In Montgomery county from Friday until Sunday Mir Davis W Edwards Jr one of Louisvilles ablest young attorneys at tended the Court of Appeals on Tues day and made us a pleasant call Mr James Nicol who Is attending the Manual Training School In Louis vine spent Thanksgiving with his parents Mr Robt Nicol and wife Messrs Edmund Taylor Edgar Hume and Lawrence Hager who are attending Central University Dan ville are at home for Thanksgiving Chas R Hemphlll of the Presbyterian Theological Seminary at Louisville preached two strong ser mons at the First Presbyterian Church on SundayCol E Abbett wife and daugh ter Miss Anna and son Mr Leon G Abbott spent Thanksgiving Day with his brother Mr Win G Abbott In GeorgetownDr Scott and wife of Jellico Tenn came to Kentucky to attend the funeral of his mother and stopped here with their cousin Col Jas A Scott Mrs Ernest Bell and daughter who have been spending several months here the guests of her parents Mr John 1JTones mud wife have returned to their home in Lexington Mr Will Toombs the export telegrapher who has been with the Postal Telegraph Co has been transferred to New Orleans La Will Is a clever and accommodating young man and friends regret his departure Mrs J B Lewis of Versailles who has been visiting friends here left Saturday en route for Buffalo N Y to spend the winter with her son Mr Alex T Lewis who Is with the Buffalo Forge Co of that city as mechanical and electrical engineer 4iCiJ Great Reduction on nil Tailored Suits gray brown blue wine and black Special Prices on all our Ladies Misses Und Childrens CloaksOur S tore will be Open Every Night till Christ mas CHAS JI- WEITZEL JLInedr l it1 GRERTEST QUIP YET IfJackets Coats Rain Coats and skirts We must close ioutIour readymade garments Yourw- ill find astonishing prices Jackets S3 to 15 Coats S5 S750l9 and X10 Undercueap and Flannels Childrens and Misses Suits h 25c and 35c Ladies Vests Fleeced 25c each piece Ladies j Combination Suits 35c 50 75c and 100 a suit These goods were bought before the ad vance in prices F J HEENEY a GET BUSY lUSEPRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR It NEVER FAILS Jf Ask your grocer i We carry a full line of hay straw oats corn food i seeds and produce HEISE SONS L ST CLAIR STREET Both PhonesI4i m LADDERS AT COST We are rebuilding our Office and Warehouse f and they are in the way t Come and get one jti tit Hammond 6e Co m4I 1C fHIVr r 3 The Greatest Event of the SeasonIs the Great Offering we are now making in Cloaks and Suits A fortunate purchase from a New York r manufacturer enables us to give you those STYLISH GARMENTS at RED CULOISLY LOW PRICES Suits Lot No1 A group of suits in Grays Blues Browns nd Blacks regular 2500 style and quality only 1UG5 Lot No2 A group of snits in Blue Brown Red and Black regu lar 3500 quality for 2500 Lot No8 A group of Cloaks in Blacks and Mixtures 1250 to 1500 quality 1000 Lot No4 A group of Cloaks in Black and Mixtures worth 1800 to 2000 only 1500 LETTER LIST The following is the list of advertised letters fur thu week ending Dec Angell Walter Adams sirs Mattlo Anderson Mrs Cassle Belvillc A B iBunbury C P Bassett W Boyan G F Black Dowel Burt Chas W D D S Bransfort M W r Briner Martha Barnes WTO Conway Miss Mary Crowe Walter Crutcher H D Chambers John Combe Mrs Julia Davis Thomas Day Mrs Clara Dailoy Katie Eatan George M Ellington Lizzie Emilds Miss NettleiEllis Gadtlard C W IGriffin Morchill Gran Miss E Virginia Gassett Dr W L Gaines S M Green W J Ga eAD Galden Miss Josla Haley James Hamilton Ella Helton Lloyd Humble Clarence Howard Mrs Addle Henson Mdss Amy Harrod Richard Jack F C Johnson W PILurtz W B Meyer John C Melogan AIMcCarty Jas T Macallister Samuel McJulllan Orville Maden Eddie McCoy Don Murray Miss GorglaINichols Cartland Neal Charley Parker Pearl Poter Mrs Maggie Baghoel Jacob Roberts Johnathon Reed Gertrude Robinson John W Roberts Miss Edna ej Robinson Mrs Florense Stephens C L Stone E E i Scott Albert Sharp America Sample Mrs Samuel Mrs Mary Sullivan NelsonISarles Eler Sargent Scott Triplett Miss Bhada Tackett Mrs Vevio Thompson Jach Wood C L Williams Miss SarahIWhite r Lillian Williams Edward Wells Mrs Dottio Wright Mrs Clvellar Woodier Miss Manda Wentts Willie Ward Mrs Iucinda Young Mrs Minnie When calling for the above letters please say ndvnrtlKed I GEO L BARNES P M Skirts Exceptional quality Black Clotn or Black Panama 500 Fine Black Voile or Panama 1000 Dress Goods Special offering in Mixed Suiting at 38c li2 inch Fine Broadcloth 125 52 inch Herring Bone Cheviot 125 quality 100 PRESIDENT SOUTHERN RAILWAY KILLED Mr Samuel J Spencer President of the Southern Railway was kill ed by a rear end collision on Wed nesday when a freight engine whose brakes refused to work crashed into the private car of this distinguished man killing him and a half dozen others whoso re mains were cremated in the fire which followed Catarrh of the nose and throat should lead you to at least ask for a free trial box of Dr Shoops Ca tarrh Cure Nothing so surely proves merit as a real actual test and Dr Shoop to prove this earnestly desires that wo let you make the test This creamy Snow White healing balm soothes the throat and nostrils and quickly purifies a foul or feverish breath Call and investigate All dealers TO CLEAN CHIMNEYS Jore Anderson the well known c man offers his services t y one desiring to have the soot cleaned from chimney flues He is an experienced and reliable man and will do such work at reasonable prices Vord left at the Roundabout office will reach him lbV2t REVENUE COLLECTIONS Deputy Collector Grant L Roberts collected fnternal revenue taxes for November as follows 4428 barrels 167708910 tax gallons 18447979 amount of tax This is the largest amount collected in any one month since the office was established here I WANTED A woman attendant at The Stewart Home Telephone or call 2tf Constipation is the cause of most ills of tho human family Father Williams Indian Tea and Herb Tab lets act on tho liver sweeten tho stomach regulate the bowles Not a drastic cathartic but produce the de sired result without any bad after effect Only 20c Frankfort Drug Co Druggists OA TOR3fiA Bear the A lava Furs The reliable kind Every correct shape Serviceable Scarf 2fiO to 500 Fine Fox Scarfs 1000 to 1800 American Fox MulTi exceptional values 1000 New Plaid Silks for Waists ADJOURNS OVER TO DECEM BER 1 The Court of Appeals on Tues day adjourned its sessions over to Monday December 4 sons to give the court and Its officers an oppor tunity to enjoy Thanksgiving ay with their families POSTMASTER ROBBED G W Fonts Postmaster at Riverton la nearly lost his life and was robbocl of all comfort according to his letter which says For 20 years I had chronic liver complaint which led to such a severe case of jaundice that even nails turned EleeItrichave kept mo well for eleven years Sure cure for Billions nnss Neuralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derangements A won derful Tonic At all druggists 50 cents urDr Weavers Syrup and Cerate SacceiBf ul treatment for blood and akin dlaeaies rSTAMPING GROUND Our citizens were surprised and grieved when it was known that Enilin rto Duvall a young man of this place had been arrested forgIedCourt It is earnestly hoped that some satisfactory explanation may bo made of the matter The many friends of Mrs C B Roberts will rejoice to learn that it is now thought she will recover from hor rocnt severe illness Mrs 11 Yates is also improv ing from hor recent spell Tho Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist Church have postponed the giving of their supper at the Town Hall until Saturday Decem her lath Many of our farmers are taking advantage of the present cool spell to slaughter their hogs Several children in our town are very ill with whooping cough Tho old Poindexter place on Mulberry street the property 0 tI Mr G A Goddard has been pur chased by Mr Thos Horsley There is about five acres ill tho lot attached to the house Two thousand nine hundred dollars waa tin price cash down Vr regret to learn that Miss I- qOLD TAYLOR JJTIlEPREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR Jr cI SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky i Gloves Full Stock of Long or Short sizesSilks and Ribbons for Fancy Work- Remember Merocle Underwear has no equal Clara Hill who has been under treatment the Kings Daughters Hospital was brought home on Thursday with no improvement in her condition The Thanksgiving Day service was held by the united congrega tions of the Christian and Baptist Churches at the Christian Church Rev G W Hill preached the ser mono Coal is not to he hud at any of our coal yards The dealers say they had orders in long ago that have not been filled The American Society of Equity Tobacco Raisers organized here on Saturday last Mr IV 0 Wig ginton was elected president and Mr R S Sprake secretary Mis Cynthia Thomason has gone to Lovgootee Ind to visit relatives and from thence will go to Fort Worth Texas for the rest of the winter Mr E T King has gone to Lo ootee Ind to spend the win tar Tho Buffalo Springs Distillery has bean sold as stated heretofore in this correspondence and Mr Morlin a lawyer from Kansas City Mo came hero this week to file tho necessary papers The price paid is said to be 12000 It is said that the new owners will greatly improve the property and will build a big warehouse etc with a view to more extensive operations Some 10000 will be expended in these improve meats UNO 2000 ROUNDTRIP From Louisville TOIT ATM PA- PlNTA GORDA ST PETERSBURG ORLANDO and many outer 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 GcorgiaiFlorida Tickets first class stopovers in each direction and good returning within thirty days For illustrated literature and com plete information call on or address A K COOK P T A Fourth Ave Louisville C H HlNGEHFOKl District Passenger Agent iM Fourth Ave Louisville C BEAM 111 A G P StLouis Mo Ir t i CHILDRENS CLOAKS Ij tSOOHaunts nl 41000yyyl iq ANIEDtln Furnished rooms for lightIholismkeeping by in a it and wife Apply at Roundabout office ONLY RAILROAD SOUTH EQUIPPED WITH I AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS I J J ANDlSOUTHERN RAILWAY JROK CINCINNATI- TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES South Southeast and Southwest z IN THUD MANYf For and Rates Addrm HCKlNdCPTAt111 E Main St Lexington Ky W OARRETT General nijr W C R1NEARSON 0 P Cincinnati Q SPLENDID OFFER plencld c Louisville Herald i AND ROUIlda bout A For one year for only 200In advance only This gives you a daily paper Sundaytexcepted for a nominal price your own local paper giving all the home news and the news of the political campaign now oniSend in names j 50 YEARS y EXPERIENCE 4DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS Ac Anyonosendlnq a nUetrh mid dojcriptlonrosT quickly ascertain our opinion an Invention is prohnbly on Patent IellimtcmtiIiKiits 1 trial notice without hares In tho eScientific American- handsomely Illustrated weokly Largest cir aeYorkBranch tt TReFranKfortRounflaDout t Fntrrdtt lily IHaI1iI f lllli11t Ken tuckt ndthtS 11ahI = = GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT DEC 1906 TO 01 II StJJSCRBlKIW In a short time wo will lu gin sending out our bills for sulisrri tion to tho HOliXDA BOUT We trust that our patrons will take time by theforolonk and will pay up their arrearages before these reminders ire sent to them Those ire a number of our patrons who owe us two or more years subscription and while these may be small sums to them the aggregate to us amounts to quito respectable fiugres- 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 PLENTY OF COAL NOW Owing to the arrival of several barges of coal from Pittsburg and the Kanawba coal regions there is plenty of coal on hand to supply all demands There never was any real famine although some dealers who depended upon the railroads ran out This emphasizes the great ad vantage that Frankfort has over inland cities and towns BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT Attorney Win Cromwell has brought snit in the Franklin Circuit Court for Miss Della Shelton against Mr John C Wiley both of the Switzer neighborhood for 5000 da mag s alleging a breach ofjpromise of marriage HE above picture of the wan and fish is the trade mark of Scotts Emulsion and is the synonym for Ktrength and purity It is sold in almost all the civilized coun tries of the globe- If the cod fish became extinct it would be a worldwide calam ity because the oil that comes from its liver surpasses all other fats in nourishing and lifegiving properties Thirty years ago the proprietors of Scotts Emulsion found a wiry of preparing eod liver oil so that everyone can take it and get the full value or the oil without the objectionable taste Scotts Emulsion is the best thing in the world for weak backward children thin delicate people and nil conditions of wasting and lost strength s1mpltISCOTT S BOWNE CHEMISTS 400416 PEAUr STIJEKT XKW YORK and IIOJ Ml druggists l tif jtl tJiYJi J ji rl ill I1 Grim Grasp Caused Heart Disease Could Not Lie On Left Side- DrMilesI3eart Cure and Nervine Cured Me Ilir1niugbamAlaas follows flit is with the greatest pleasure that I rec ommend Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure only wish that I could tell every sufferer how much good they have me Last winter had a severe attack of La Grippe which left my heart in a very bad could not lie down the mothering spells that would almost overcome me and the feeling of oppression around my heart I had not been so that I could lie on my left side for a long time I got your Heart Cure and took three bottles I have no trouble now with my heart and rightFormerlyous prostration I had tried so many rem gettingnerves of heart were so affected that sometimes it would lose beats so it would seem to stop altogether It was on the ad vice of a lady friend that I tried our Restor ative Nervine I felt better after the first few doses and two bottles of Nervine and one of Heart Cure made me feel like a new person My heart is all right and my nerv ousness is all gone I never fail to recom mend it to others ai licted as was All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addreu Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad DAILY CALL SOLD The following valedictory from Mr L B Marshall owner and editor of the Call explains itself With todays issue we retire from the journalistic field and the Call becomes by purchase the property of W P Walton proprietor of the State Journal In transferring this paper to the purchaser we bespeak for him the patronage which has been accord ed us during the three months in which we have published the Call1e desire to thank our subscribers for their support as wellas the advertisers who have contributed to the maintenance- of an evening paper in our city During the strenuous days pre ceding the primary in the Dem ocratic party we may have in jour zeal for our chosen candidates some things which wound ed the feelings of those opposed to the men of our choice If so periapology to any whom we muy have wronged by any uninten tional misstatement Our stand was taken simply because we believed it to be for the best interests of the party to which we are loyal a d which we shall always support We find that the pr ss of other busi ness in crests has prevented a proper amount of time and at tention to tho preparation and publication of this paper and tealizing that ho h time and at tention are necessary in sued an enterprise we retire rather than attempt to do that which a best could only hav a snail por tiou of our personal supervision Trusting that you will forget our faults and short comings and rt member what you hive found in our newspaper car pr to cow mend as a journuist we say Farewell arDELICIOUS We have been placed under obligations to Miss Eva R Coleman for a box of tho most delicious randy that wo have tasted in years Miss Coleman is quite an artist in this line Sho will please accept our thanks for tho rare treat which she has bestowed up on us Boys If you want the very best kind of sweetness for your steady go and got Miss Eva t make it for you STRUCK FINE SPRING In blasting for stone for the use of tho workhouse few days since Keeper Haldi struck a big spring of pure water whichseems to bo of fine force and volume tJti ili 1JJ CORKERS AND TWISTERS By 13nhlhPIhd11w How art and skillful workman ship can transform the rougher creation of nature is beautiully illustrated in file tasteful cottngo homo of Mr Intent Williams on south side of Bunsoii between tho two bridges Originally n rugged precipitous rocky promontory occupied the site where now trestles a tasty brick cottagu surround ed by lovely grass platuulgruli toid walks Its pictnivsquo beau ty is a refreshing relief to the eye jn contrast with tho less attrac tive surroundings Pences cows hold sidewalks in high contemptI Eight hundred people in tho West End would thank tho City Council ifa light was placed at the north endof tho Benson bridge It is a most dangerous place lark and dismal at night and a chosen place for footpads and sand hag gels to get in their work Ladies shudder to pass the spot after dark In the Frankfort daily papers of tho year 2000 it is said that itoms like the following are likely to be found Thoj pastor of the Christian Church on Shelby street requests ns to state that tho usual scriptu ral readings were omitted on Sunday last owing to the splendid music of tho Lexington Brass Band which was enthusiastically encoredMademoiselle Teresa del Ta bosa will perform an exquisito re pertoire of operatic arias during the revival in progress at the Bap tist Churchon Arlington HeightsThieves broke into the chapel of the Fort Hill Methodist Church on Wednesday night and stole the bass violin the trombone the mandolin and guitar and the recently imported trond enmephl opena troda memento property of the church The prize fight between Charley May and Crooked Jim at Mt Ararat Rinkfor the benefit of the Leestown Avenue Episcopal Church will surely come oft Tickets on sale at the principal hotels Hrfho choir of the Thorn Hill Presbyterian Church have organ ized a glee club who willnext Sunday enliven the services with a number of cachy songs aided by the orchestra of tho Opera House on Clinton street A serious division has occurred in the Catholic Church on Wilkinson street as to whether Sig nor Holetoni or Signor Angelico members of the church choir touch the uppermost note in the rendering of high C The modernizing and innovat ing tendencies of church progress are sometimes startling to the lovers of the old ways but would scarcely seem to justify such extravagant anticipations as the foregoing A city wharf free to all steam boats and water craft is a desirable feature and tho foot of Clin ton street is the place Tho grade is easy the location untouched by strong river currents or high rises and abundance of room for wharf age purposes Will not some councilman signalize his term as tho founder of tho city wharf The McClure block of six story buildings with all modern designs and appliances is tho prospective architectural and business feature of the new Frankfort DWltts Little Early HisIThe famous little p1NM Pleasant to take I Laxative dl SyrupIitit NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms asISick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etciYour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have triedfALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows BlowersiHoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers rI Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows ThresHt Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG I Hardware Paints Oils Etc t J Value JOHN DRISCOLL The Leading Grocer Pt The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the f JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky n PROMOTION Our clever young friend Mr Joe Miller has been promoted to telegraph operator at Jotts Sta tion Mr Miller is a fine young fellow and deserves tho highest credit for his attainments The position has been made nec essary for tho large increase of business at this station CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signaturfl of rDr Weavers Treatment Bjnp purttlce the blood Cerate heals skin eruption ai with WANTED 1 good reference to rail or with a rig for 250000 capital per year and QualityPrico paid weekly und vanced Address IJos A Alexander Dr Weavers Pwiflea tho blood Cerate KILLTHi AND CURE THE WITH Dr Kin i New FOR cONSUMPTION OUGH5 and OLDS 50cIOO Free Trial ISurest and Quickest Oire for all and LUNG or MONEY BACK ROUBII t Stock 1Ii I GPeai1y t Enl rged a I WORLD FAIR IN 1909 AlaskaYukon Pacific Exposition at Seattle Will Exploit Northland and Oriental TradeTo Cost 10000000 Queen City Raises 65000 for Enterprise in One Day- Special Correspondence Seattle Dec IstAt the pres J eat time much interest is centered here in the work of creating the r Alaska YukonPacific Exposition which will bo held in 1909open IIillg June 1 and closing October 15 Although three years remain before the fair will be opened to the public the management is cnrryingprise worthy of the purposes it accomplishBeginning of making the new western worlds fair original in every possible way the management has succeeded admir ably up to the present time and if the financing of it which broke all exposition records can be taken as n criterion of the manner in which the plans already outlined will be carried out there is no originnlitvfairOn October 2 last five months after the incorporation of the exposition company which was effected May 7 the people of Seattle were called upon to finance the enterprise by subscribing in ono day to its capital stock of publicscribed to the extent of 50000 making the total amount available with which to begin work 550000 No other city for any purpose ever equalled such a feat Seattle Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Imparttto tho organs distinctly feminine The l local womanly health is so Intimately related to the general health that when diseases of tho delicate womanly organs are cured whole body gains in health and strength For weak and sickly women who are wornout rundown or debilitated especially for women who work in store ofllce or schoolroom who sit at tho typewriter or sewing machine or bear helw household hardens and for nursln mothers Dr Piercos Favorite pricelessbenefitand strengthgiving powers As a soothing fin strengthening nerv ine Favorite Prescription is un equaled and Is Invaluable In allaying and subduing nervous excitability ity nervous exhaustion nervous prostra tion neuralgia hysteria spasms chorea or St Vltuss dance and other distressing nervous symptoms commonly attendant functional and organic disease of the womanly organs It induces refreshing slIJOl and relieves mental anxiety and cases Favorite Pre a positive euro for tho most and obstinate cases of nfe painful periods or falling of the pelvic back bearingdown sensa congestion inflammation medicines are made from harmless but elllcient medical roots found growing in our American forests Tho Indians know of tho marvelous cairn live value of some of these roots Im parted that knowledge to somo of tho jtrlon lllr whites and gradually somo of tho moro progressive physicians camo to test tied use them und over since they have grown In favor by reason of their curative virtues and their safe thoFAVonmPrK flCRUTiox and also that famous altera tive blood purifier und stomach tonic tho GOIDKX MKDICATi DlSCOVKKV WrltO to Dr Plerco about your case Ho Is an and will treat ollr chargeforInvalids lintel told Surgical Institute Buffalo NY of which ho Is chief con suiting nhyfelchvn ij ff A J Ho 1 For TheMOST DISPLAY 1Itf ma a It is a point with tlti not only In miot tilt usual lthltordinary d imitvls nf trml lint iIn to milk UXUSlAL iiiul KXITiAonniXARY provisions fur SPKCi i11 OCCASIONS Such 114fiHllfn iou is afforded by tJI Holiday Snsnn Every tlipurlinnt su vs t lInt we hay risen to tin fI1I11 Every lino is unusually complete glowing with th1 Iist attractive goods 1tl ai1 t ill liUVlll enables us to quote THELOWEST PRICESw Diamonds Watches Jewelry Silvarware Cut Glass Novelties M A SELBERT despondencyI iualtlesYour Holidays ATTRACTIVE spirit for which the people of 1eIachievement More than a half million dollars in one day is a large amount of money to be raised inn city of iiOOOOO inhabitants The slogan adopted by Will H Perry chairman of the Ways and Means EverybodyHClps with the result that an average of moro than fiB was subscribed for every man woman and child in the city As soon as the capital stock had been subscribed John C Olmsted the noted landscape artist of BrooklIne Massachusetts who laid out the Chicago and Portland Expositions was called to Seattle and he is now busily engaged in arrangingnounced tho site as scenically tho finest ever utilized n pur poseHenry E Reed Director of Ex eugngedinStates to participate He hnsI SpecialConltnissioner the Governors of all the Common wealths So far Major Clarkson has met with unprecedented suc cess Every Governor he has talked with has signified his inten tion recommending a liberal ap propriation for a building and an carryingsecure the 1909 meetings of na tional conventions The Executive Committee of the exposition has appropriated 100 000 for tho live stock show which will be on an extensive scale and from present indications promises to be the most successful ever held The management is receiving letters from nIl over tho country endorsing the object of the expo sition and pledging support from ditlorent localities Tho primary purpose of the fair is to exploit the resources and potentialities of Alaska Yukon stud tho Pacific Northwest and to make known and foster the vast importance of time trade of time Pa cific Ocean tend of the countries bordering upon it Different from other fairs the Alaska Yu konPacific Exposition will not celebrate limy particular event Time awakening of the Pacific the wonderful achievement in nIl lines of effort of tho countries in timid bordering thereon and the important role the commerce ot tho great ocean plays in that part of the world are the most noteworthy things tho fair will celebrate It will be a great Internationa expo sition Historical sentiment will not be depended upon to arouse interest and induct participation- In the first place the fair will show tho world through its exhibits that Alaska can produce other things besides snow and gold it will give time general public a better conception of time risourcos advantages and possibilities of tIle territory and of its geographical and climatic conditions limo samo is also true of Yukon The Fair will increase tho com merce of tho Pacific by teaching the merchants and manufacturers of tho Orient and Occident the noods of the people of their respective markets and how to se cure and hold the business Ori ental buyer and Occidental seller as well as Occidental buyer and yJ46iV j 1W Oriental seller will bo brought mutunlIThe exploitation of the Pacific Northwesti n fact the entire wes tern country will be naturally another important result that will be accomplished by the Alaska YukonPacific Exposition Tho Lewis and Clark fair and its at tendant publicity placed this sec tion prominenty on the map Tho interest that exposition created beyond the Rocky Mountains in this section will be stimulated and increased during the next three years With the foundation in exploitation laid by Portland to build upon the attendance at tho 1909 fair anti the subsequent hone fits to follow will be on a large scaleIt is estimated that the fair will cost 10000000 The amount the exposition company willspend and the United States Govern ment and State of Washington appropriations will make a fourth of this amount and the sums the States foreign nations exhibitors and concessionaries will expend will aggregate the remaining three fourths Time exposition site comprisesI 255 acres of the Washington University In its virgin state it presents everything to please the eye There are tall stately giants of the forest forming beautiful vistas gentle slopes commanding terraces and unsur passed stretches of water front Time grounds border for more than a mile and a half of Lake Union and Lake Washington Time Olympic and Cascade Mountains are in plain sight and an unob structed view of the perpetual snow peaks of it Rainier and Mt Ba ker may be obtained In con structing tho buildings and laying out the grounds every care w be taken to preserve Natures own from former fairs the AlaskaYukonPacific Exposition includes in its plan the erection of permanent buildings Mummy of the large exhibit palaces will be substantially erected and they will remain as the property of University after the fair theII purIposesState appropriation will be us- edCATARRH To prove unquestionably and beyond any doubt that Catarrh of tho nose unit throat win be I am furnishing patients through druggists small free Trial Hoses of Dr Snoops Catarrh Cure I do this because am so certain that Ur Shoops Catarrh Cure will bring actual substantial help Nothing certainly so convincing as n Physical test of any article ulgeuulne merit Hut that article must possess true merit else the test will condemn rather than advance It Dr hoop s Catarrh Cure is u snow white healing antiseptic balm put up in beautiful nickel capped at We Such soothing agents as Oil Kucalyptus DrjShoopmcniunlsousolntenwllyDrShoopHKostorutivo Stomach distress a o bloating belching biliousness taste etc lurely call for Dr Slumps Ufstoratlve For uncomplicated catarrh only of the nosnand throat nothing else howsvur need be used but ShoOPslCatarrh ALL DEALERS Guaranteed Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair Street YOU BUY AT SELBERTS ITS GOODj1 WE SEEK THE BEST CLASS TRADE There are persons in every community buy nothing but the and to such persons it is impossible to sell cheap vehicle at any price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is HAND MADE and will out wear any factorymade several times over and is under GUARANTEE means SOME THING If you need new vehicle of any kind it will PA Y you to see us before We make specialty of overhauling and repaint ing vehicles Write or phone us and our rep resentative will call to see you AVe take vehicles from Frankfort and deliver them back to you without cost I JVERSAIH K WAHD President for a permanent good aside from the benefits that will accrue to the Commonwealth from the lair The States and Nations will be in perImnnent memorials of their ienessIFRANK MERRICK w- AN ALARMING SITUATION Frequently results front neglect clogged bowles and torpid liver until constipation becomes chronic This condition Is unknown to those who use Dr Kings New Life Pills the best and gentlest regulators Stomach and Bowles Guaranteed by all druggists Price 2f c useIJOCCUHREXCE About 0 oclock onSatuiday morning while a dente fog was hanging over this city a flock of about 20 wild ducks became con fused and flew up Shelby street towards the hill ando low that they were almost in tho roach of a taliman They circled round so peculiarly that was evident that they hud lost their hearings as to the river Proventics as the name im plies prevent all Colds anti Grippe when talon at tho sneeze Proventics are toothsome candy tablets Preventics dissipate all colds quickly ard early- tehen first fool that a cold is- Iloming check tool prevent IyIrccoimmIboxes by till TREES PLANTS VINES FruitIgreens ruit5lottoH F HILLEN MEYER SONS Lexington Ky Sept 298m fitm i All iIT Is GoodsmeiI if- == IF IT OF who best a strictly job sold a that a buying a L of of u it stage taken thoy r C M BROXrSG tSec and Treas 1 NOTICE T0 LAWYERS The Geo A Lewis Pl1bli8hingroj House has made a legal printing such as lawyers ibriefs notices etc Our long ex perience in this line slakes us es pecially well fitted to execute such work with accuracy nod dispatch Prices as low as the lowest Give us your work t genulnLaxativethe remedy that cures n cold In one day VitalQuestions What does therDoctor Prescribe What does the Druggist Supply Health often balances between those two questions Life itself may depend en the precise fill ing of a proscription with drugs uf absolute standard strength Many druggists who fill pre scriptions carefully are not careful about tIll reliability or potency of the remedies used We are carefulabout both Wo see to it that all our drugs hue the precise strength they should have and they are always corn pounded with scientific ac curlY illW GAYLE Druggist Corner Ami and Broadway p Frankfort Ky i i DEATHS N00ANIn this county on Wednesday Mrs Mary Xoonan daugh ter of Mr John Xoonan The funeral and burial took plat from the Church of the Good Shepherd yesterday morning at 10 oclock Rev Father T S Major conducting thc services HEKXDON In this county t Tuesday Mrs Mary Herndon aged 50 years Mrs Herndon was a devoir Christian and will be sadly missed by a large circle of friends She leaves a husband nil sever children Mrs Hello Smith Mrs M Hamilton Miss Minnie Hern- don Mr Chester Herndon Mr Elias Herndon Mr Chas Horn don and Mr Harry Herndon to mourn her death vile funeral and burial tool place on Wednesday EDDINS In this city on Fri day Mrs hula D Eddins wife oi Mr Otis Eddins and daughter of Mr John Deakins and wife aged 20 years consumption g Mrs Eddins was a gentle ear nest and consistent Christian i woman whose short life was filled J with loving service for the Master tsheso devotedly loved Only a few short months since she was wedded to the young hus 4bnnd of her choice and hand in they had gone only a short while when the grim destroyer marked her for his own She bore her affliction with the same Chris tutu fortitude tint had marked her life and wont to her final home with the undaunted mein and gentle consideration for her loved ones that were her charac teristics The beautiful tribute rendered to her memory by her pastor at tho funeral services and the un usually large crowd present in dicated tho high regard in which she was held by all who knew her She leaves a young and devoted husband father mother sisters and brothers to mourn her untime ly end The funeral services were con ducted from the First Baptist Church on Sunday afternoon bv her pastor Rev Dr M B Adams in the presence ot an audience that tested tho capacity of the big audience room and the remains Were tenderly laid away itour city on the hill We tender to our young friend Our sincere sympathy OBITUARY MOORE Mrs Mary Ellen Moore was born in Woodford county in 18JS She moved with her parents to this county Franklin in 1859 near Hutton on the L X She was married to George Moore in 1870 To this union six children were born She died Sept 19 1906 The funeral was conducted by her former pastor Rev J H Burdin at Xorth Benson Moore was a true Christian woman an affectionate wife and mother a good neighbor in the truest sense and none knew her but to love her she was always kind and considerate to every one she has now gone to her Heavenly home to await the coining of her loved ones May Gods richest grace he with those site loved in this world is the prayer of one who loved and esteemed her as one of Gods Saints In memory of John Edward Coins who died July 20th 1906 aged 19 yearsA brother frost us has gone A voice we loved is still 1 A place is vacant III our home P Which never can be filled f Jl AVe miss thee from our house dear brother We miss thee from thy place A shadow oer our life is cast AVe miss the sunshine of thy face M522J ifc j Uli Lliih MS I iy t i rii t1 Tis ours to miss thee all our years And tender memories of thee keep Tlilne In the Lord to rest for so He glvcth his loved one sleep Tis hard to break the tender cord When love has bound the heart Tis lutrd so hard to speak the words We must forever part Round his silent grave we linger Till the setting sun is low And our hearts ache within us For the brother we loved so- Yet again we hope to meet thee When the day of life is fled And in heaven with joy to greet no farewell tears are shedFor the Roundabout OVER RAIL FENCES AND THANKSGIVING Thj Governor had proclaimed thc day set apart to return thanks to God and grandma and Johns wife were determined to observe the day as The Bible taught and directed A day of Thanksgiving For What Were questions asked by the boy very early in the week Each one of us had answered as to our severs dispositions and listened eagerly the reading of Holy writ as to how thc day of Thanksgiving was to be ob served We found the command Luke XIV chapter It read thus 12th verse also loth and 14th When thou makest a dinner or a supper call not thy rich nor thy friends nor thy neighborsII they also bid thee again a compense be made thee But when thou makest a feast call the poor the maimed the lame the blind and thou shall be blessed for they cannot recompense thee for thou shall be re compensed at the resurrection of the justIt was a certain we i sustained legal documentary evidence so imperative of command that any or all barriers were burned away We knew that the day with all of its kindly prerequisite would be numbered among the sweet est memories of a law abiding house hold The dining was to be held at Hill Top Johns beautiful home and the garlands were to be autumn leaves and chrysanthemums The menu was to be old fashloned hospitable and good natured in every particular AVe the boys and were to invite the guests and we were so delighted that I could scarcely close my eyes in anticibration of the event My room overlooked the valley of the stream so dear to my heart of hearts A large double win dow divided the apartment and a pretty dresser glass reflected the cliffs with the whitened and roughened embattlements towering heavenward A little canopy of scarlet satin covered the spiral four poster and the covering of blue wool and white linen made for my rest a cuddle doon of Erin In my sleep a dream came to me wonderfully pathetic I was alone upon a high wall built out of the water like a marble dam All about me was a flood raging and tossing up its fury The people of the valley had perished and the village inhabitants were floating about on the waves at their mercy in my delirium cried for help both human and divine It came unexpectedly A friend long lost and whom I had supposed dead came to me homing my hand he led me on through wave and sto m up to the city of the Prince of Peace awoke It was day and the sun fell laughing in its shrine even to my very soul I was thankful to live and the dream was mine also Wo made the first visit to Mrs Radey She lived alone in a small tworoomed cottage crippled in her right arm and dependent on the sym pathy of friends for the sweet crust of charity never saw a more grateful spirit than was liers as she ac necall1the old residenters and also lived done taking care of the night watches at the Factory He lifted his hat like a gentleman of the old school and said that nothing would give him none pleasure Our third and fourth guests were two children orphans a girl and boy 7 left to the tender mercies of the world and hired out to wait on the lady who rented the boarding house at tho Two Bridges The old man Chambers who pecked rock on the pike and his neighbor Mrs Grundy comprised the group of visitors and we returned with the happiness of a well deserved compliment for our sue cess They would come to the Thanksgiving without fall So we all went to work with sincere pleasure cake ntaking picmaking and all other duties dependent and ex petted Thanksgiving day came to us with the brisk wind and refreshing frost atmosphere of November We arose early to make arrangements for the transportation of the expected guests Unc Dave and Ant Hianna his wife told me tier bes way ter bring then than po white folks wnz ter talc ther kerrige an let em see fur once In tier lives how Thanksgivin felt It was a sensible suggestion and was adopted on the spot and Unc Day with Julian drove off just as Old Marse and Old Miss from the other house came up both of then riding horseback and Old Miss bringing a basket filled with fresh eggs which Ant Hanna declared were too expansive ter giv that day but which should be done becase ther Scripture said so- Mrs Radey grandpa Bates and the Stewart children came first almost immediately thereafter Mr Cham bers walked in and Mrs Grundy almost blind and tottering from age drove up and was most graciously assisted by the boys who brought lies in to the reception hall and introduced her to us Our guests were accord to the required expectations pov ling and patches twas trite but in gentle dignity and a quaint composure resultant of peaceful environment The orphans were taken to see the childrens toys and im mediately therefrom entered into the spirit of the day from the kingdom of the child The two old gentlemen walked about the yard viewing the stock and farm yard attainments while the two old laides talked Old Miss and myself about thewithI times religion and the good old Johns wife superintended the ar rangements of dinner and came in dressed with dainty care and becoming gown of white which was her favorite color She always stooped to conquer thereby making friends with the rich as well as the poor and sowing sun shine with a gentle touch and loving tender heart At the sound of dinner bell every body broke ranks antiII answered the call But upon seated It was found that the company numbered 11 I being the last refus ed to think of the superstition and we had the return of thanks before he others discovered what a mascot was In their midst and the profit thereby We had roast turkey sweetpotatoes escaloped oysters salad cornpuddlng raw tomatoes breads jelley pickles 1l1n11lt1n11pie fore and such fund of anecdote as was told with peals of laughter and then a sweet period of grateful acknowledgment to the Creator for the gift of His son and this one day above price To me it was a most joyous praise service and when the time came for the guests to depart there was a basket for each one and a something wrapped in a package Gift for God The old people cried in shaking hands The tears were real pearls worth a diamond each Mr Chambers said as I peck rok tomorrow this here lay will bloom in mo of heart lik them shamrock in of Ireland And the two little orphans with hands filled to overflowing smiled timid thanks und we all sped the parting with the hymn Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love and Thanksgiving was ended N S COX Nov lOG- e rTo have beautiful perfect pink velvetlike lips apply at hedtimo n light ouating of Dr Shoops Green Salvo Then noxt morning notice carefully the effect Dry cracked or colorless lips mean vorishnoss and areas well appearing Dr Shoops Green Salvo is a soft creamy healing ointment that will quickly cor oct any skin blemish or ailment let a free trial box at our store nnd ho convinced Largo glass jars Nets All dealers JPs Early Risers The famoiM littto pint r AsIIIslmi1atl PromotesTstionChcerful ness and cstCofltalnS neither opium lorpWne norid1incral NOT NARC OTIC jdaran s4Nl22rnrli1z Jim AbiStnlIII NnSUtl rJl Satl AperfectRemedy forConstipa AVormsConvulsionsFcvcrish ness andLoss OF SLEEPS Signature of IYacsiu YORK v LCT topyor WRAPPER J per Ii FORTY HOURS the season of service known in the Catholic Church as Forty Hours Devotions at 7 BOon Tuesday and end ed at 9 oclock nt the Church of tho Good Largo service Two able priests assisted Rev Father Major in those services LATEST IN WALL 1Alklt I Imvu a full lino of all the latest styles in wall pit par Jail and ox nmino stock C M Main Street Opposite Engine House mtf e CITY CLOSED UN TIL MONDAY When tho City Schools wore dis missed on afternoon they were given a holiday until Monday next The small boy und little maiden were given an oppor = J IlCASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of f TheKind 0 cjAlways CASTO RIA iCOne of Our Specialties II TriolBPlatB Knives 6 j II Forks IOUR OWN BRAND Price set6 Knives Forks ONLY 5350j1M A JEWELER SELBERT DEVOTIONS commenced morning Thursday Shepherd congroguhoJ1sattendlidttwh JIHIDGEFOJID SCHOOLS Wednesday ubiquitous leastI Ilnyiugdays New ITOUTAHAND1TUBI IThttin dally The evening trninn t Mima points 1010 m daily wirvlce Through Hlcepini cur service for HftnFrnm irtco Excursion tickets now on sale For adrlrtweRTTrav Pass Airt LonfeyiUe liy 6KNj1Gen Louisa Mo iiC fiS ATTENTION BUILDERS 1 1- j NOW IS BHRN BUILDING TIME J ROOFING c c f1 307309 Main St ASCKNSIUX EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn rectur will conduct services as follows 980 n m Sundayschool n m Prayer and Sermon 780 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon t CHURCH Rev J T vlle will preach at m and 730 m f by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 700 p m m and 780 p in each day during tilt week Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C nHudson pastor will preach at a m land 730 p Sundayschool at 030 a m in the Wednesday evening at Tho Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at oclock Everybody Invited- CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Ttioums S Major rector Low Mass at 790 n m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p Vespers at 7 80 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Prof John VumlerMellett will preach mflln m and 780 p m Prof Vander Mellett is one of the est preachers in the Dutch Reform at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Hndeavor at 030 p in Prayer ma tlug Wednesday evening at 780 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Taught the pastor will preach nt 11 a in and 730 p Sundayschool nt ta45 a m Epworth League at 645 p m on Wednesday evening p Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe the pastor t Will preach at u in and 730 p in Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sunday schaol at 045 a m l Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at t p Evetybody invited to attend B ELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school every Sunday afternoon Everydody Invited WILL BIS A FINE CONCERT The concert which will be given on next Monday evening at tho Capital Theatre promises to be a notable musical event in our city Tho very best musical talent of Frankfort will take part and the variety of tho program will please every musical taste A large cho rus carefully drilled and conduct ed by Prof Stratton will sing some beautiful selections The Frankfort Glee of twelve male voices will sing ftwo numbers und in addition to solos by tho various favorite sing ers there will bo readings by Mr Lindsay South whoso work in this lino is fine beautiful sotting of Crossing tho Bnr will bo sung 11by J M VanDorveer accompa Died by Mrs Poyntz The Wom ans Auxiliary deserve a largo at tendance not only on account of the fine attractions offered but in of their worthy cause J c j i DOllt Neglect Roof BUT ONLY THE BEST We carry a Full Line of V Crimp Roofing iIOne and Two Ply Floroid Roofing Ply Felt Roofing Slaters Felt and Building Paper Lime Cement Salt R C SOWER 8c CO RELIGIOUS pmEverybody fDAPISf chnpelBnrucii chapelServices shapelI1Prayermeeting ChurchSundayschool 4Prnyermeeting PRESBYTERIAN Clubconsisting exceptionally Mrs1uyrtzs consideration YOllr BUY Steel Three PORSOALS Continued Mr r B Lewis of this office spent Thanksgiving Day with his brother inlaw Mr M T Lyle in Lexington Miss Nora Miller of this office spent Thanksgiving Day with her uncle Mr Jno A Herring In George town Miss Bessie Hamilton has returned home from the Hospital and will re sume her duties in the public schools MondayMr G Orndorf of Russellville one of the brightest and most honored Masons in Kentucky was In the city this week Miss Mattie Lucas of Midway has accepted a position as chief at Sam D Johnson Cos dress making es tablishmentMr L Bodine of Nelson county has accepted a position with Messrs E H Taylor Jr Sons as shipping den- Written for the Roundabout SAVOY AHOYI I hold it fair if rain betide Upon the dear one as a bride There is no harm In lowering sky No loss to friendship in good bya The dearest wish to come my way I give her on her wedding day- I hold It true of him who goes Beyond the winter with its snows To sunny land Once on a time We loved In days that are long sync And now I wish as well as pray That God will bless his wedding day I hold it best ones life to keep As sweet as violets gone to sleep To scatter sunshine far and near Forgetful of ones own sad cheer marIN S COX Nov 25 1906 STRANGE ADVICEI Dr G G Green alert personal ttiattMi to his great humanitarian contract qln our Almanac for many years past we have given unusual advice to those afflic ted with coughs colds throat or lung troubles or consumption We have told them if they did not any special benefit after the use of one 75cent size bottle of German Syrup to consult their doctor qWe did not ask them or urge them to use a large number of bottles as manyIperience of over 35 years one 75cent bottle German Syrup will spey relieve or cure the worst co colds bronchial or lung troublesand that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup work wonders New trial bottles 250 regular size 75c At all druggist For salo by J W Gayle JJ THANKSGIVING SERVICES The Union Thanksgiving Day service of the Southern Presbyte rian Methodist Christian and Baptist Churches was held at the Methodist Church on Thursday at 11 oclock a lU Rev Wni Crowe preached an able and tolling sermon to a large congregation A fine musical pro gram was rendered including a beautiful solo by MrJohn G Rog ers the tenor of the First Bap tist Church Choir The Church of the Ascension also held service at which a spe cial trained choir under the direc tion of Prof R V Stratton rely dered a splendid musical program Rev A B Chinn the rector delivered an appropriate address TJie business houses were many of them closed throughout the day and all of thorn in the after noon There has seldom been a more general observance of the day If taken at the Sneeze Stage Preventics a toothsome candy Tablet will surely and quickly check an approaching cold or La grippe When you first catch cold or feel it coming ontnke Dr Shoops Preventics and the prompt effect will certainly surprise and please you Proventics surely supply the proverbial ounce of prevention Sold in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by all dealers FINE MEETING The series of protracted services being conducted at the First Bap tist Church of this city have developed profound interest and fine results Rev J T Watts the ear nest and able preacher who is as sisting the pastor Rev Dr 11 B Adams has preached strong in structive and tender sermons twice a day since Sunday lust The au diences have been large and deep ly solemn Up to the hour we write there have been twenty addi tions to the Church17 by profes sion of faith and ii by letter The services will continue until Sunday night at least and it may bo longer of which duo notice will be given A cordial invitation is extended to all who love our Lord Jesus Christ to attend and especially are tim unconverted the pity urged to bo present There is no sensationalism indulged in just the plain old old storyof Jesus and his love Piles got quick relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Remember its made alone for Piles satisfaction and it works with certaintyand protruding or blind piles disap Iryittl we Jft FORMER FRANKFORT MAN A CANDIDATE We see from the Henry County Local that Mr Jos R Fears is a candidate for Representative from Henry county in the next LegislatureMr is well qualified for tho position both by ability and education He is a former well known teacher of this county and moved to Henry after he was ad mitted to the bar Henry county would honor itself by electing Mr Fears to the Leg slature RAILROAD TIME TABLE WEST BOUND Xo 19 L N Frankfurt Accom modation departs 540 a m dally ex cept Sunday No 01 L X departs 755 a ra Sunday only No 21 C O Via Shelbyville departs 920 a m dally No 17 L N departs 940 a m daily except Sunday Xo 15 L N departs 340 p m dally except Sunday Xo 23 C 0 Via Shelbyville departs G15 p m daily EAST BOUND No IS L N leaves 950 a m dally except Sunday Xo 22 C 0 leaves 1018 a m dally Xo 10 L X leaves 420 p m daily except Sunday Xo 20 L X Frankfort Accommodative arrives 015 p m dally except Sunday No 24 C 0 leaves 759 p in daily No 02 L X leaves S2C p m Sunday onlrIC 0 trains arrive and depart front Seventh Street Station Louis villeL X trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive and depart from Tenth and Broadway Station Accommodation arrives and departs from First and Water Street Station- F C Leaves for Paris tJ2On1I1 Returns lihin m Leaves for Paris U00 Returns 7JO p in J W WATSON Ticket Agent BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour from 0 a in to 7 p in and at llIlItlllp in Leave Purls every hour from a m to p in and p in Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 680 n in to 7m pm and ntU mind p in Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from U10 to 815 p in at p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center over hour front 6 ti in to p in and at nod p in Leave Versailles very hour from 515 m to 045 p m and at 815 and p in E T Phone 610 Home Phono 274 It T GUNN Manager Hf i li4 1Q ji f 307309 Main St 1 l ADDRESS TO TEACHERS AND orHERScWe are requested by Prof E R C Jones County Suj rintendent of Schools to announce that Prof V J Roark President of the Eas tern Kentucky Normal School at Richmond will address the teachers of this county on Snturitday December S in the Y M C A rooms in this city in the t interest of the Normal SchoolsuEvery teacher in the county and others interested in the causero- f higher education are earnestly requested to attend 4 Street Car Schedulei t Cars leave Capital Hotel 4f FOR SOUTH FRANKFORT f620 a m and every 20 minutes un til 1020 p FOR PARK LINE 615 a m and every 40 minutes un til 1015 p FOR LEESTOWN 635 a and every 40 minutes un til 1030 p m P V Traction Co J D SALLEE uPt6ffrankfort Cincinnati Bg The Midland Route Local Time Table Jj In Effect June 5th 1905 h P otjji DAILY tfXCKPT SUNDAY A INoel iP1fJNo83 r 2001 jo Lv D rankfort Ar ta 6 as Summit 211 Elkhorn 06 Switzer 1103 6 58 Stamping Ground 1053 6 8Duvall 241 j 110 85 J j IGcorgeto11 1035 6SJ51 j 1030 25 yJj Elizabeth 842 555 t 130 Paris Junctn 882 Art Paris f Lv 830 ti q4ConnectCentral Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINXA T VIA GEOHOETOWN PMA I IAMPM 3 00I 0 Jo Lr Frankfort Ar1 7 20 iLv Georgetown Ari 6 Ar Lv 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS A 1 Lv Frankfort Ar tLv Georgetown Ar 6 2a WI a Lv Parts Ar 5 Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUOKX CENTRAL R POINTS ti fU 1ti2i Lrcanaiort lJAJaujf i 7Pj A Georgetown 7A111 WAldliaP 25P A Paris SOAI542P UP 4JA A Winchester L j 39A P13P 5JA A Mnysville Li 4iA lispIt ld1o Cincinnati LI S56P Jim H IIAKPKU Pres amlGenl Stint C W HAY jU A i Chesapeake Ohio Ry Fr rr 1jlctu Fur Louisville Nashville Memphis West and SouthwestrrHnn A 1L amid 014 PI laiiyiRtFor Washington Ualtlmure IJJJihUleltphla Sew York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1018 A M and 741 111 Dailyj3lyr 1 r F J ij iI SUBSCRIPTIONS COMING Substantial Interest is Being Shown in the Kentucky Janice town Exposition Exhibit Subscriptions have begun to come in to till headquarters of the Kentucky Jamestown Exposition Commission in Louisville dial the work is now well launched All funds received will bo used in t the construction of a Kentucky building at Jamestown Va dur ing next years Exposition and in tho collection transportation installment and maintenance of exhibits of the States products and resouros Gov Beckham last week issued commissions to the members of the commission The latter are giving their services free of charge to the work and every cent of the money sub scribed to the movement goes directly in the interest of State de velopmentThe for funds which is now in progress is being thoroughly prosecuted in every section of the State The Jamestown Expo sition promises to he an industrial event of consequence and the fact that it will be hold in a populous section of the country which has not known a similar exposition since the Centennial of 1S73at Philadelphia will make it an ex cellent opportunity for this State to display her advantages before an interested audience Some interesting circular mat ter was sent out this week from the commission headquarters in Louisville The date of tho exposition is given from April 20 to November next It will he held on the shores and waters of Hampton Roads The Exposition Company has progressed rapidly with its work many of the most important buildings are already completed The United States Government is taking more than ordinary interest in the event he cause of its real historical value A naval review in which will par ticipate the crack vessels belong ing to Uncle Sam and the finest representatives of the navies of other great powers will be one of the most important features con nected with tho exposition A great military celebration in-cludig inaimmvers by American and 4foreign soldiers will also be held the exposition J From an attendance standpoint the event promises to rival any of its predecessors when the SIze of- the exposition is considered f There is a population of 21000 000 of persons within twelve hours farEllUllsportatiionI Kentucky to will doubtless have the distinction of the most unique State Building in the exposition group It will be a replica of the historic Fort of Boonesboro an architect now working on the plans of that structure This building in itself will be an elaborate forestry display for tho State All State Buildings will face on the beach of Hampton Roads where an elegant view of the sea with arriving and departing ves sels can be had LET YO LIGHT SHINE A protracted meeting was in gress at one of our colored churnhI- os which has stirred up great re ligious enthusiasm among the members especi ally the Sis teren one of whom in describing tho meeting said it was one of the best they had over hud und Broth or the most delightful preachers she hull over learn W hyfmid she wo had thir tylive at the mourners bench und forty done got through Another sister throw her arms about n youllg girl who was passing her upon the street and exclaimed You gwino to be a sweet little Chisrlinn aint you Yes Sis was tho rely Well lot your light shine honey let your light shine said the old sister as they parted OATORABean Bigaatuxe of fiy A QUEEN QU STYLES F0R Queen Quality Fall Style Embody about everything that is authoritative i Every possible Style from the Dainty Evening Heavy Button Street Boot of Calf Skin is im Models Plain Toe Short Vamp and High Cubi ton Patent Colt and Button Gun Metal laid R K McCLUR 212214 ST CLAIR ST RESUME OPERATIONS 1 Tho Old Judge Distillery No 11 the property of Mr S C Her bst of Milwaukee Wis made the first mash of tho season of 10007 on Thursday November 29 The John Cochran Co Dis tillery No Sri the property of the Kentucky Distilleries and Waiehouse Co male the first mash of the season of 18007 on Thursday November 20IThe Hermitage Distillery No 4 the property of Messrs W A Gaines fc Co made the first mush WedInesday A FRIENDS ADVICE Will Often Help You GreatlyRead What a Frankfort Citizen SaysI You may hesitate to listen to the testimon110fis an easy niatter to investigate such proof as this The evidence must be conclusive Read the following Mr Coleman Carr of 441 Main street Frankfort Ky says I received great benefit from using Doans Kid Hey Pills For a long time I was em barrassed during the day and annoyed actionlofpronounced my trouble as diabetes and for all they treated me I was unable to get relief By a friend I was induced to try Doans Kidney Pills and got a box at J W Jaylos drug store and on taking them it was only a short time before I felt great improvement and finally the whole rouble was removed used Doans Ointment for Eczema which had for a long time on one of my legs about the shin The contact ir ritation at times most drove me wild Despite the use of preparation after preparation nothing helped me until by good fortune I heard of Deans Ointment and procured a box This remedy gave me quick and positive relief and proved satisfactory in every respectFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Mllbura Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and tale no other Dr Weaver Treatment Srfer blood Cera tefor kiD pdou iir r18 iqA ti THE ONLg KITCHEN CABINET rOR- Economical Women L the ono that lasts a lifetime and yet is not highpriced Thats the MoDougall Abd economical women know it The McDougall people make and sell five time as many kitchen cabinet aa any other concern Why Simply because they make them betterMcDougall Kitchen CabinetsA- re not highpriced 1800 to 2800 There are imitations that sell for loss But the McDougall is always a blessing und 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 AGENTS Frankfort Ky NEW SERVICE VIA IHENDERSON ROUTEI Trains 145 and 146 will carry uptodate Pullman Sleeper Bet- weenLOUISVILLE AND EVANSVILLE ISleepers open at Louisville 840 p m at Evansville 9 p m and Patrons can remain in sleeper until 730 a m We respectfully solicit your patronage J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE Ky L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent JLLOUISVILLE Ky iJYajj tI rtW ALITY FALL shoe making for Women Shoe Kid the hided The New Spanish Heel Lace and But especially attractive ESONFRANKFORT i4i3 LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMARY TIMETABLE IEFFEClIVE NOV 18 10061EASYBO-UND WESTBOW INo4 LMCI No DailyEx PM Lent i t tl of Patent to III in are ih r r t OF IMlloM IIIIANj ArI 7u Lexington 1 1I6iI81J 11 Winchestur 912 iffii L E Junction cloy City 100iJ410 Htanton 911I 440 Campton Junction 47 Torrent 10lili1H 62BcuttyIlle Junction 10a l Ji legit 1043 1145Atho 640 it1llOL E Junction CamiDton Junction Beattvvillo Junction O Iv Junction bits Trains Nos L and will sake connections with tin 00Ity 1 rain Nos 2118n114 will vonneut with tin Mountain Otta tilt L A ARy Realty ville Trains a and connect with tho O K Ity lout J J HlntioiiH on the O K Iw General SCOTT GPA i OHIO AND RAILWAY I MII INo No 22i CamptonTrains ManaghCHARLES Stations INo DailI Mo bond V fAr III Tn 780I KENTUCKY Ex for Mt far for Ry No fl trI A M Lye PM LveIA M Ar1PH Ar 0 990 28ft Jackson 880 1190 025 280 O A K Junction 1176 Wilhnrst 417 1162 Jt Hampton 1168 10I Mal1M Hetochawa Leo 610 518 1222ICannel City 548 Nos and 22 will make close connection at 0 K Junction with New 3 and 4 7 points on the Lexington and aster Railway H L CONLEY Stperiottntteat t