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I i rv 1 ii H J t J THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT I GEO A LEVLS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TKKMS 100 In 1dvnncet= = = = = 7 = iYOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DECEMBER 8 1906 No 14 DEXTER LODGE K OF P ELECTS 0 C j RSIDexter Lodge Knights of pyI thins of this city elected the i lowing gentlemen to serve nsI tr officers for tho ensuing term on Friday night last C W Brunei1 Chancellor Com wander W H IcMurtry ViceChan collor T T Bufovd Prolate r T H Crockett Master Work matt Win Cromwell Master of Exchequer 0 N Smith Master of Fi lulnee1V CMarshall Keeper of Re cords tend Seal T W Tellers MastoratArm- sELCrutehor Inside Guard Davis Harrod Outside Guard StiPetty and W S Polsgrove Sir Knight Lee A Owen retired irI after filling the ollico of Keeper of Records and firma with credit t to himself and Dexter Lodge for- fifteen consecutive years Brother Ernest R Jones was unanimously recommended for the position of Vice Deputy of the lodge FOLLOW THE FLAG When our oldlers went to Cuba and the Philippines health was tho most Important consideration Willis T MorKiuirctirod Commissary Sergeant U S A of Rural Route Concord N H says I was two years in Cuba and two years in the Philippines and being subject to colds I tools Dr iClngs New Discovery for Consumption 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 Sec and Trial bottle freer CHEAP POSTAGE SUItEt PROFITS ARE PH OMIISED The following novel proposition has been made to tho Postal Corn t mission r To turn over the postoflice hmiI floss to a 50000000 private cor r110rntioll under full Government To reduce by onehalf all postalI rates establish rural ex press and apply business methods throughout To pay the Government rental for postoilice quartt rs guff charge it regular rates for its postal hus inessTo place in charge a wellknown railroad trallic expert to whom the place has been ottered at liHO 000 nUll unyiTo eliminate all sinecures poli- ticsJ and the deficit tropay the Government nIl pro 7 per emit on capital J Proposition of W IK Hoyee of Chicago BITSIAre as common in India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For the latter however there Is a mire remedy Electric litters tho great restorative medicine of which S A Brown of Bennettsvllle S C says They restored my wife to per feet health after years of suffering with dyspesia and a chronically torpid liver Electric Bitters cure chills and rover malaria biliousness lame back kidney troubles and bladder dis orders Bold on guarantee by all t druggists Price 50c f OFFICERS OF UNITED COXIJOH If Lewis Chapter D C has elected tho following oHicors fur tho ensuing yea- riresideutllrs11lox Grant First Vice President Mrs Lou in Longmoor Second Vice President Miss M E Harrison Third Vico President Miss Lucy Pattie Corresponding Secretary Miss Elizabeth Blanton Recording Secretary Miss Lena Bento- nHistoriatnMrs Nellie Stead man Co- xIreasurerMrs Eo L Samuel The 100th anniversary of Gen Robt E Leos birthday will he celebrated by this chapter on Jan nary JO by a suitable address the era tor at which has not yet Ieen selected DEATH FROM LOCKJAW Never follows an injury dressed with Kucklens Arnica Salve Its antiseptic and healing properties pre OswaldIwrites It cured Seth Burch of this place of the ugliest sore on his neck ever saw Cures cuts wounds burns and sores 25c at all druggists ADDS NEW DEPARTMENT The big flour anti feed store of Heiso tl Sons has added a now de partment to their big store Here after they will purchase and line tile country produce f nvls eggs butter etc They propose to pay the highest prices for every th the farmers have to sell and ingI in return sell them Hour grille provisions and seeds at the very lowest possible price This is an enterprising linn and are building up a big businl8I+IA city to be healthy must keep Its sewer system in perfect order To be well you must keep the human sewerage system in perfect order the only way Father Williams Indian Tea lor Herb Tablets 25 doses for 20c1 In and try a box and be coilS vinced Frankfort Drug Co Druggists ANOTHER PRECINCT HEARD FROM We recently made mention of cherry trees being in bloom fur the second time in this county this year and now comes tIll in formation that a pear tree in the yard of Capt 1 T 1estt1p posite our ollice on Main street not only has bloomed the second time lint that a crop of peaty Yore growing upon the tree when tho freco struck it Next Dr tadys Condition Iowucra are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier nr vermifuge They are not food I f medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte fc Gayle 171000 FOR KENTUCKY tIP Jn the estimates as made by tho War Department for the various works on the rivers of tho State tho Kentucky river is allowed 174000 for extension of the im provements r Wevcr Treatment Bjiop for the blood Cerate for ikin roptlou fc JilI C KAGIN BROS ReadytoWear Department Offers Many Excellent Suggestions for Xmas Gifts S Ladies Tailored Suits Ono lot snits worth from 1500 to woo ml need prices 11 25 l500and 1875 These va tits are extraordinary Ladies Cots Special 850 1000 1250 1500 values Misses Coats 500 750 850 and 1000- Childrens Coats light Skin Plush and Astri kan Coats at 300 400 and 500 Ladies Rain Coats Extra values at 1250 and 1500 Ladies Flannelett KImonas Long Flannelette Kinlou as all colors 1 125 and 150 Short DressingIjtacques DJC THERECIFIERS UP AGAINST IT ROD AND HARD A recent order from tIre Com In i8 sinner of Internal Revenue huts given tlie rectifiers the buck ague and they Imve been task ing a numlvr of questions as to the order foul collectors kayo referred th0so questions to the Com missioner for an answer More is one of them This ollieo is in receipt of your letter of tho 15th instant in which you refer to Circular OSi directingcollectors on or lifter January 1007 to decline to is sue a wholesale liquor dealers stamp fur use Ill filly package not tilled on the premises ofa whole sale liquor dottier or for use on Lilly unbroken package bearing the marks stumps and brands re quired by the law You inquire whether this circular applies to a ease where a duly qualified roe ti IHls wholesale and retail dealer takes a package of rectified spirits just filled on his promises immediately outs time slip from the stump for rectified spirits thereto attached total makes ap plication on Form 12 for a whole sale liquor dealers stamp to cover till same package with the proof slightly reduced time difference or surplus quantity resulting front the reduction having been disposed of to himself for retail In reply you are informed that said circular is held to apply to such a case Collectors 8hollldI refuse on and after next to issue a wholesale liquor leather who is also a retail liquor dealer and who desires to dispose r t t 1 hI4 o IV R 111li Ladies Furs and Muffs Sable Corey scarfs and cruvats 100 to G 00 Genuine Fox irons 5 750 000 and 1000 upChildrens ers in solid white and colored stripes 100 Corsets The famous W B Corset with supporters at SOc 100 150 and 200 pair Ladies Union Suits Fleeced Union Suits at GOc 75c and 100 Childrens Fur Sets 1150 250 to 10 Silk Waists Special values in black and blue 325 Plaid Vaists 500 I C KAGIN 8 BRO of spirits to himself at rpt illlnI IIlowldages containing not loss than live gallons wholesale liquordealers stamps to cover such derived packages The remnant if nll of five wine gallons or more wholetileJOSTI TEn KOIIDED U W Fonts Postmaster att Riverton la rtoarly lost his life and was rohhoiof till comfort according to his letter which says For 20 pal I had chronic liver omplailltwhich led to such a severe oust of jaundice that even my finger nails when my doctor prescribed ElecJ trio Hitters which cured me and have kept me well for eleven years Surf curt for Billions ness rnlgiu11etkuess and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derangements A won derful Tonic At all druggists riO cpu tsIA rather unexpected llt Impj pened ill time Court of Appeals on Tuesday Attorney V C fetid of Scoitsville Anon county was arguing a Past before that Court when he was attacked with angina pieioris and fell to thou liter Mr load was taken to the Capital Motel where Dr c1- A Fish rendered medical assist uhllIBUrl Bignature of A Pr Warere Syrup and CerateISuccesetnl treatment for blood and IJr J ol1JtY Ladies and Childrens Hose Ladies pIoi nandHeel d hose I0e loo and 25c Ladies Wool Hose 25c 3e and 50c Childrens Hose lOc 15c and 25c pairvLadies Outing Cloth Gowns in white and colors 50c 75c and 1 Infants Caps To match Astrikan Bear Skin and Plush Coats at 75c 100 and 150 Silk Caps 25c 50c and 75c Infants Toques 25 and 50- cLadies Petticoats Black mercerized Skirts beautifully tuckedand ruined X100 Black Silk Petticoats made of heavy rustling silk 5 Stelfrankfort DONT FORGET We hope the teachers of this county will nut forget that Prof K X Iloiirk President of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School will deliver an address in the interest of that institution at the Y M C A Rooms this Sat urday morning at 10250 oclock It is earnestly desired by County Superintendent Jones that there Ilw a full attendance throatIa tarrh Cure Nothing so surely proves merit as a real actual testand Dr Shoop to prove this earnestly desires that we let you make the test This creamy Snow White healing balm soothes the throat rued nostrils and quickly purities a foul or feverish breath Call and investigate All dealers SELLS INTEREST IX MM HKK BUSINESS Mr OscarC Kenney has sold ills onehalf interest in the big sawmill rued lumber business of Mesrs Kenney Hrosto his brother and partner Mr Thos K Ien UyThis firm have one and are do ing a hit business What 110 C Kenney a il1tg ivc his time to inot yet cer tain Hon the old Llangol Ilfn farm at Woodlake former ly the home of our riraulfatherrthe Into lolls Lewis Esq FOR RENT A cottage of four rooms ten minutes walk to town Also four acres of to bacco land Apply to Rev Thos N t Arnold at Montrose Nov 3Mt pv o itK fv is in = Miss Belle Hubbell has returned irom Louisville Mr Harry ALattern has gone to Ijouisville to reside Mrs P Fall Taylor Is visiting Jrieuus In Louisville Miss Edna Bridges visited relatives ju Eminence this week Mrs Jno E Miles visited relatives 2u Versailles this week Miss Lettie Crowe has returned Iron a visit to Richmond Miss Mary Belle Taylor is visiting friends In Little Rock Ark Miss Ruby Fugazzi is visiting Mrs S Pelosi in Versailles Mr Geo L Willis of Shelbyville was in the city this week Anthony Schoberth of Ver was here on Monday IMiss Mable Weathers has returned from a visit to Cynthiana- Mr Chas J Clark of Louisville was in tne city on Wednesday Dr Paul B Weitzel of Lexington risked relatives here this week Air N Lindsay South and wife are visiting relatives at Cuneo Texas Miss Eloise Booe has returned to tine College of Music in Cincinnati Hon W Powell Taylor of Hender son was a visitor here Saturday Miss Helen ORear has returned to aohool at Science Hill Shelbyville lr W D Claybrook of Spring geld was in the city on Wednesday- Col E H Taylor Jr has returned from a business trip to Chicago Ills Miss Margaret A Lewis has return ad from a visit to friends in Louis Title Judge W H Holt of Louisville was sit the city on legal business Mon 4ay Col Geo G Graham of Magdalena Sonora Mexico is visiting relatives tare Mrs Sallie R Newton who has been g Martinsville Ind has returned house Miss Hattie Scott and Miss Isa OReur have returned from a visit to Mt Sterling Air Basil Kenney of State College boxington spent Saturday and Sunday at home Miss Esther Burnam of Richmond was the guest of Miss Irma Labrot this week President J K Patterson of State College Lexington was here on Wed nesday Rev M B Adams D D made a business trip to Lawrenceburg on Thursday airs Jno F Davis Is visiting her daughter Mrs W T Buckner in SUelbyville Miss Slara Z Moore of New York 23 the guest of Miss Nellie Marshall Main street Mrs Jennie T Cardwell is visiting her sister Miss Maria C Todd in JNpw Albany Ind Alias Evelyn Smith of Richmond is tho guest of Miss Nan Hammond taylor Avenue tMI R Quinn Cogar of Midway has eeu appointed to a position in the Auditors once ir and Mrs Barron of Lexington wore guests of Mr A Pakington and artfe on Monday Mrs1 L Butler of Eminence is the guest of her father 111r J Hughes Murray street MT Robertson and wife of Snelbyville are guests of Mr Ralph Wilson and wife f Attorney Chas M Harris of Ver sallies was in the city on Wednes day on legal business It r WJ See our for ladies men and Headquarters Our store with suit able Wool Dress Goods colors and black yardSilks PERSONAL Ibtr l t ri Special Christmas Umbrellas children Santa Claus crowded Christmas presents jSenator J W Cammack of Owen was in the city on Wednesday rind called to see us lIsslIn this city on Monday Mrs A D Martin has returned from a months visit to New York City and Washington City Mr Jas G Dudley of Chicago Ills who has been visiting relatives here has roturneu home Dr H B Innes of Render was the guest of his mother Mrs Sarah E Innes this week Mrs Sam C Sayres of Richmond who has been visiting in this city has returned to her homeIMr W Polk Lafoon have gone to Western Kentucky on a hunting trip Mr Robt Baldwin of Chicago Ills who was the guest of Judge J P Hobson has returned home Miss Margaretta Gaines has return ed from a visit to her aunt Mrs C H Wilkerson In Lexington Rev W Q Vreeland of Lexington was the guest of his brother Mr Hubert Vreeland this week Miss Eloise Booe who is attent1in the College of Music Cincinnati has been at home for several days Mrs Thos P Rogers who has b visiting her sister Mrs Shiveley Louisville has returned home Miss Bertha Moreland of Stamping Ground who has been visiting rela tives here has returned home Miss Marguerite McLean who is at tending school at Staunton Va is at home anti after the holidays Mrs Nora Coins and daughters Margaret and Leslie were guests of Mrs Jas Goins South Side last week Mr Harry Bright Physical Director Y C A returned Sunday night from a trip to his home at Danville Mrs Frank Sullivan of Louisville who has been the guest of her brother Mr D L Kennedy has returned home Miss Bottle Craig of Danville who has been the guest of Mr E L Samuel and wife has returned home Mrs Hiram Berry and niece Miss Clintie Cunningham have gone to Passadena Cal to spend the winter Mr Harry Bright Physical Director of the Y M C A has returned from a visit to his old home in Dan vine Mr A S Trimble and wife of North Mlddletown are guests of Mr C C Hazelrigg and family Washington John Pilklngton of Pittsburg Penn was the guest of his parents Mr Alvin Pilkingtou and wife Sun dayMiss Mary Keith Miles of Lexing ton spent Sunday here the guest of her parents Mr Jno E Miles and wifeMrs Jennie T Cardwell who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Jas L Watson in Lexington has return ei homeMrs Hammond of Smithfield who has been the guest of her son Air A B Hammond has returned Z J Phelps of Lexington visited her husband Capt Z J Phelps of the Internal Revenue service this week Hon Wr J Hen rlcl of New York City former AttorneyGeneral of Ken tacky made a business trip to this city this week Misses Leota and Ethel Black who have been visiting friends at their old home In Louisville returned home Sunday night Messes Huston Wood Geo L Payne and T Noble Lindsey returned from- a Western Kentucky hunting trip on Sunday morning Miss Mary Davis who has been visiting her uncle Mr John Steele i l for and Table with to and Suits Dress Silk Furs and a of it 5c lOc 15c 25c J T for several months at Selma Ala hus returned home Miss Annie Koop of Louisville who has been visiting her Mr A O Macklin at Forks Elkhorn has returned home Mr W Hodden State Printing Inspector of Alt Sterling came here on and left that evening for louibvnle Postmaster Geo L Burnes and Deputy Collector Grant L Roberts made a business trip to City this week Mrs Rice and Mrs Osborno and children of Louisville who have been guests of Mrs C A Nelson have rev turned home Mr John W Reading and wife who were called to Pisgah by the death of her father Mr John R Gay have returned home Mr Jno C of Louis yule who wasthe guest o fhis parents Mr N F and wife has returned home Mr W C Wbods of the Anderson News was in the city on Saturday and made a pleasant call at our sanctum Birgguests of Mr A T Kirtley and wife have returned home ofnDeputy Colector G L Roberts was 1u City Mirs W L Mbrns nee Mame Thomas of Brooklyn N Y Is the guest of her mother Mrs Mollle Thomas Logan street Miss Mary Charlotte Cromwell of Fayette county who has been the guest of her cousin Mrs Geo A Lewis has returned home xjrof J H Fuqua of Public Instruction who has been quite sick left for Miss on Friday to visit his son Mr Chas Tottenbam Flynn who has been living at for several years has returned to this city to make his home Mrs S Pelosi and children of Ver sallies who have been guests of her sister Mrs C Fugazzi have returned home Mr Stephen K Vaught local edi tor of the Danville Advocate was the guest of his parents Rev J O A Vaught and wife this week Col Jno P Hanley the local Lodge Knights of Columbus at his residence on Tuesday night The boys say they had the boss time Miss Louise Wood who Is Bourbon College Paris spent the holiday with her par ents Mr Huston Wood and wife Mr Ben F Suter of Wichita Falls Texas has sold his big farm In the Lone Star State and will return to ins Old Kentucky Home to reside in the near future Mr Jno Blair McAfee and others conected with the Central Kentucky Traction Co came over from Ver sallies in an Auto to look over the work being done on the line from this city and to inspect our dinky line TO LAND The Trac tion Co has filed suit to a right of way on the pike to several par ties near Hoge and Jetts Stat get quick relief from De Magic Rr member Us made alone for Piles and it works with and PJpe McGee underskirts adjustable X150 200 250 p our 100 special Flanneletts Waists Kimonas Linens Napkins match Towels Dresser Scarfs Tailored Skirts Underskirts Kimonas Cloaks Hosiery Gloves Handkerchiefs great variety novelties CHARLES WLITZLL grandfather Wednesday Washington Richardson Richardson Lawrenceburg Washington Superintendent Lexington Bllzabethtown Broadway entertained attending Thanksgiving CONDEMN Frankfort Versailles condemn Versailles helonging ionsPiles Shoops Ointment certainty satisfaction Itching painful yoke Our store will be open every I night until Christmas 1Comfortable iCnrtstmas Presents I f J I GRERTEST SALE YET 11 Jackets Coats Rain Coats and skirts We must close out 4 IwillJackets S3 to S5 Coats S5 1750 f t 9 and X10 Undetnjueai and Flannels Childrens and Misses Suits fFleecedCombination Suits 35c 50 75c f and 100 a suit These goods a were bought before the ad vance in prices i F Js HEENEY J GET BUSY USE PRIDE OF MADISON FLOURNEVER FAILS c Ask your grocer We carry a full line of hay straw oats corn feud seeds and produce t f HEISE SONSwST CLAIR STREETIBoth Phones m LADDERS AT COST We are rebuilding our Office and Warehouse and they are in the way Come and get oneMHammond Go r Written for the Roundabout ACROSS FEiNOES COUN TRY LIFE The December morning was beau tiful Tack Fr st taking advan tage of the moonlight Made his pencil do mighty work and the fairy landscape repeated tho story of ft woderlund hidden somewhere in tho country known only i1 the faries and the little pooplo The boys had boen sent over to Uncle Ephios for a small ham mel and I wont down the pike us far as tho avenue gate and there I found my friend the rockbreaker fJtwith whom I ontered into a pleas ant morning talk tho sounds of the distant echoes ringing a welcoming carol- I knowed yer father madam whbu loife wine worth more than tis tor day His grist mill run bya water wheel wuc one of ther Lies in ther country an I allers y went with pup an tho other men who curried grain tor mill My 7 home wu7 thou down on Flat y1 Greek where I lived till pup an mummy died Yor father k madam wux a honest gentlema f I thanked hint most sincerely for the commendation of one who long since dead was well worthy of his praise and asked him to l5htell mo something of his lifeas- y knew him in those lost days of t happmossItft country wax Ho cum from an boughtthor old 1iGeorgetowlI timer kips of Ken oP Elkhorn HurdI i work that madam Ff r hadentor had grit in his system he couldenter stood hit f Wulkin f rune his home in Scott ll1011Iinlrf Workin ter or lr family I knows yr ma too r She once tolo mo how she felt when site first soon timer Elkhorn r cliffs ther mill She rode 1iif a horsiJnck with yer little baby sister in her arm Thor oP black l it f dJir T 1tti c Jk HERES A STORE FULL OF SURPRISES Hero Ire Some From the Dry Goods and Garment Section undse Mvhat this store holds for Christmas chances are youll wonder if we left any Christmas goods nt all for When other stores you to conic show We bought with the intention of bringing to this btoro all that our most oxncting customers demand If you gifts this page tells you of some And if yon wish to mnko small sums accomplish wonder the more prncticnlwish to purchase surely do it here yon dont trued n tot and bulky pocketbook to shop here or to buy from the lines assortment of usefulyou merchnndilu cnn you vrr got nt any Christmas storo in all your lifo From the tailored garment to the counter where little things lire shown this store is crowded full of surprises Tailor Suitsor CloaksAt make Xmas giftbuying easy Specials nt CIO 00 Specials nt ir0 Specials at 25- 00Childrens Cloaks Exceptional value 500 Fine Cloaks 700 to 1000 Skirts Make exceptuble presents Nice quality rnniumi f 00 1000 values for 7f0 fqicPW1fl43Q1 or mammy rode a nuthor horso Yer pup ridin on hefo as a pilot She said She thought hit WU1 thor end of timer wtirl an her pt baby wud never see no peron nor anything But wo all saw a new thing whonyor papa bild a town and a now mill making paper by hUll an employin many buns ter wurk Sorry ther day that a stranger lives in timer of home and timer lovod ones sleep on timer green hillside I sorry with yer madam n and ho lifted his hat as I brushed away my tears Come up sometime Mr Cham bers when your can and toll me more of tho past It is always a pleasant story to me and as you have had so much experience in rock and stonebreaking please toll mo what your experiences have been- I sat down on a stone by the roadside while he lighted his pipe to smoke It was u now revela tion with the sunshine falling all about us and the swift beat of rockhammers Nell IfHitsattention tor things common us rock In fact all uv us goes jorbout each days livin havin oyesas thor Bouksaysan seoin not but heir so alone an po timer Tudgo thought thet I might Work out my days in peckin rock fur ther benefit of titer people at large and ther ol man in purticker An so- boliovin ho or thor court giv mo timer joh I haint hit here loud Hock is or strange companion Yor gits Vustomed tor hlllldlin hit after long quaintunce but- hit wont boar no familiarity Som times hit will break at them least touch uv ther hummer an tiion ugm hit wont break at all Just hay till thro hit aside fur timer crusher when hit cums truing Minds uv folks softhearted un friendly others- hardhearted mold oncivii Thor quurry too is a quaro place tor z T vetigate an then homo group ins uv thorn stratus is somthin amuxin These heie stones woo Irvin usin cum from an of quarry dug up in ther years gone by by then heirs of Squire B They are full rowed rock heavy with ore an strange ter say among they bushels used titer oldest has timer strongest blast Kaintucky is noted fur hits limestone which in Franklin county is harder than in Wood ford Scott or Bourbon In timer purpos uv God who created ther earth this part of His Kingdom is ther garden spot tin whilo timer blue of sky is overlied anther bluegrass under foot thai is under hit all a vast foundation of stone remarkable fur holdin moister givin health strength an virtue ter every growin thing Crumblin after frost ter prepare fur seedsowin grainin after pluntin so as ther soil will receive rain Hardnin after plowing ter keep in ther sun shines warmpth an light Far mers cjill hit soil hut way down deep in Gods great storehouse timer rock is ther real foundation N fI wonder that Bib he man wuz saved when his house wux built rockIover my blessins as peek rookma believe hit or not timer very elVort made ter break ther will uv timer hard material gives tor me strength uv purpose in bondin my own tor His will Yes alum God ism everything lad yet cum ter Limy I hope y rlI cum main Going slowly oer the slight ele vation back to Elmwuodi gathered many sparkling hits of stone from the wall built along tho pike Every color of the rain bow was in the depths and learned aftyrward that this rock value front the same quarry of which till breaker of stone hud spoken A vein of goldbearing quart ran along this wily Work IIhorhooda1 fJi OLD TAYLOR THK PUHl tKENTUCKY 1IERWHISKEY Frankfort Kentucky E H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors IM i Furs Velsadon the dependable kind Corey Scarfs li 0 to 500 Fox Hoas 500 to liiOO Muffs fVCO to 1- i5Orepedechine Scarfs 20 inches wide 12 yards long 100 Exquisite Flounced or Persian Scurfs 17fi to 0- 0Ribbons for Fancy- Work J i f II pokot of the precious on from which found nugget a riot was oracle Evidence of coal irolli zinc and load wore on every hand while across fences environed by a grove of trees stood a prim itive church house It remind ed me of stories I had read of quaint oldfuhioned buildings in Now England where the gospel was preached in the simplicity of its perfect faith and the fathers stud Yea and nay Tho dours wore open and T enter ed Not a soul was present in the solemn service of an individual worshiper save titlemt youth whoso being there was suggestive of clowning lay He gave me a welcoming smile that did my very soul good and answered every question at once with evident pJensuroII Yes this was a Chirstian church of Baptist faith and doctrine Old in erection Built before his knowledge of events 3t was filled 5th sacred and precious memories alH IIhim tho summum bonum of life us it held his fathers body in the sward of its bluograss and his mothers name on the church rollWhat annuls of respect What a chronicle of fame Bettor fur than the wraith of Wall Street or the mausoloum tit Inlii There would bo meet in day next Saturday Would IConte Accepting his invitation withmm grateful acknowledgment watched hint in Iris duties us a keeper of till Temple Tho car pet was well wept the lumps filled the pews lusted nll 1as ho locked till minors putting the keys in his pocket I inquired his timing It was Satulymm good cnsumplo of that other child whose mother gtvo him to tho Lord in his youth Wo talked of Samuel as wo wundod our way and Sandy heard the story in its true signifiI cance with attentive emu and clour hfningeyes Not a mute inglorious Milton But with purpose and resolve in evory wuv To light tho lamps of GodiN S COX tocumlor 4 1100 TO GLEAN CHIMNEYS lore Anderson the well known colored man oilers his services to any sue dosiriig to have the soot leaned from chimney flues Ho is an tqHrienClHIand reliable and will do such work at reasonable prices Word left at time Roundabout hies will reach himJia2t 1II 1 il Hand1 eroh iefs The prettiest assortment of relined styles shown in Frankfort Embroidered plain or inititil Initial handkerchiefs to 25e Fine Sheer embroidered hand kerchiefs loc to SlitO Gloves Fine assortment 2 clAsp Kid P IC or Cafe Tan Walking Gloves lJo Mus qutiilrc elbow length gloves white black tan or red Rugs 100 to 200 r ISClr i lIU SID- Askod in Erection of Kentucky Port of Boonesboro at Jamestown Every school boy and girl in the State is invited to assist in com memorating two historic events by the erection ofu Kentucky Building at the Jamestown Expo sition which will be held next year at Norfolk Va Prof f H Fu- qua Superintendent of Public In struction for Kentucky und Di rector of Educational Exhibits ou tho Kentucky Jamestown Exposi y tion Commission has asked every teacher In the State to set aside Wednesday December 1asJamestown and Booneshoro Day The teachers are requested to devote un hour or more on that day to instruction bearing on the first English settlement in the terJritory now comprised in tilt Ini ted States and 01 history connected with the erection of his unique fort by Daniel Boone near the present site of Boonesboro Ky in April 1755 Prof Fuqua suggests t that the scholars he culled on for compositions in connection with these subjects mind that readings from history be held in the schools Each teacher in the State has received a letter from the Super- intfmt1nt of Public ItlztfilCtieli- asking that the pupils be requested to hring to school on Jamestown and Boonesboro Daytine or more pennies according to school age which will bo forwarded to the Commission and will go into u spe i cial fund devoted exclusively to tlio erection of a replica of the Fort of Boonashoro us u Kentucky Building at Jamestown Children under five years of age in the kin dergarten are asked to contribute l cont each pupils between 5 rand years of ago mire asked to contri mite 2 cents ouch those between 10 add 14 years Cetltseaeh thosa between In wild 20 4 cents ouch pupils above 21 years of age 5 cunts ouch 1JHmay tional pennies in the name of some l11akei1hifund In his letter to the touch ers Prof Fuuua says in purLtMecauso of till historic interest ill the event to be commemorated und by reason of the unique build ing Kentucky will huve we want r till school pupils tit the State be identified with this toImutt through thnuid superinten dents mild teachers huve every onerof then add his mite to the Though the sum given earn putlpil is small un amount that cnn lie spared without hardship by ii very family with children of school ago in the tato yet tlo to tal amount received this tool i lot will he a handsome one and should prove devoted us it will bo to so laudable un undertuking a monument of enduring Jto the school children of Ken tuntn j l i 1J ti trr Ai f H r L r TOFranKrortRouadaDoiit t tEntered at the ostoiliee ut Frankfort ussccondchibs HbIC matter OEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT DEC 8 1906 TO OUR SUBSCRBIERS IlIl short time we will begin sending out our bills for subscrip tion to the ROUNDABOUT We trust that our patrons will take time by the forelock null will pay up their arrearages before these reminders are sent to them There are a umber of our pa trons who owe us two or more years subscription anti while these may be small sums to them the aggregate to us amounts to quite respectable fiugres We do not wish to discontinue any subscription but those who owe and will not pay after a rea sonable time will ltave to be cut oil a TOBACCO RAISERS ORGAN IE- TliQ tobacco raisers of this county helda meeting at the Courthouse on Saturday last uud organized with a view to con- trollingI the prices of tobacco Another meeting was held on Monday last which was addressed by any number of gentlemen in torested in the matter who ex plained the objects of the organ ization and secured a number of signers of membership cards Under safeguards this- t rorganization can accomplish great kjgood but while its object is to obtain better prices for their pro ducts than can be under the pre sent circumstances the market it is alleged being controlled by the tobacco trust they must For Thin BabiesFat account to a baby that is why babies are fat If your baby is scrawny Scotts Emulsion is what he wants The healthy baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately for bone and muscle Fat babies are happy they do not cry they are rich their fat is laid up for time of need They are happy because they are comfortable The fat surrounds their little nerves and cushions them Whet they are scrawny those nerves are hurt at every ungentle touch They t delight in Scotts Emulsion It is as sweet as wholesome to them iI Send for free sample Be sure that this picture li the form of a label Is on the wrapper of every bottle ot Emulsion you buy Scott ST Bowne Chemists 409415 Pearl Street Jleiv York- 50candSI00 All Druggists a j1 0 11111t 1 yl Fr CExce S IOf SmoKing Affected IeartMy So I IIad To Sit Up To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me There is notliinjr that has a more deleter ious effect the cardiac or heart nerves than the excessive use of tobacco Pain and oppressivefeelingthroat discomfort from sleepingon the left side and smothering at when the sufferer has to sit up in bed to breathe are the most common symptoms of a weak heart Smokers who teel symptoms and who do not understand their meaning should be warned in time by the following experience I was greatly troubled with an affection smokingOnto begin a course of treatment which in eluded Dr Miles Heart Cure Dr Miles Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills together with bathing etc I faithfully followed the directions given nnd am pleased to say that nI cure is complete and permanent Be fore beginning the use of your remedies was so nervous I could not keep my hands still and suffered greatly from severe pains around the heart Many times at night I would be forced to assume a sitting posture to get my breath and for the time being it toppedbeatingin my case can cheerfully recommend Dr Miles Heart Restorative Nervine and other remedies to all sufferers from heart or EujAn11ALtAll druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad guard against tho formation of just such a trust as they are now suffering from on the other side Two trusts in oppositiongen erally make a smash so far as the real parties who have the bag to holdthe toiling farmer actually atworkIn Scylla bo careful not to run aicul of Charybdis AN ALARMING SITUATION Frequently results from neglect of clogged bowles find torpid liver until constipation becomes chronic This condition is unknown to those who use Dr Kings New Life Pills the best and gentlest regulators of Stomach and Bowles Guaranteed by all druggists Price 25c AGED AND HONORED CITIZEN PARALYZED The many friends of Mrs Emma Jillson widow of the late Mr R B Jillson will be sadden ed when they learn that this well known and honored lady was struck with paralysis on Sunday afternoonMrs is 79 years of age but was so well preserved and vigorous that she did not seem that old She is the mother of Mr R B Jillson Mrs Geo Ire laud and Miss Nellie Jillson The whole of the left side is in volved and her host of friends greatly tear that the stroke will have a fatal termination LODGE OF SORROW IOn Sunday afternoon Frankfort Lodge 1No 530 B P 0 Elks held its anrnal Lodge of Sorrow at the Capital Opera House at B oclock p in The members marched in u body from the Elks Home and took the reserved seats kept for them in the Hull There was a very large atond once of citizens ladies and gen tlemen much larger than has ever before been present Judge John H Weathers of New Albany Ind was the orator of the day and his oration was a finished production viewed from every standpoint Beautiful and appropriate music was rendered both before and after the address the Frankfort Glee Club under the manage ment of Prof R V Stratton be ing tho leading feature Solos by Mrs N Lindsay South and Mr J 11 VanDerveer wore e peoially tender and appropriate being greatly admired by the big audi encetttttttaa i t l Iidr t1i l roilsrc ii CABINET ORGANIZED Tho President sent in the following rearrangement of the Cabinet at the meeting of the V S Son ate on Monday Socretary of tin Treasury George li Corttlyou Attorney General Chas113oit aparte Postmaster General Uoorge L Von Meyer Secretary of the Navy Victor II Mettmlfe Secretary of the Interior Jam s R of Commerce and Labor Oscar S Strauss Tho other Secretaries who compose the Cabinet are Secretary of War Wm H Taft Soortary of the Interior Jas H Wilson Secretary of State Elihu Root The President also nominated Hon Wm H Moody at present Attorney General to be Associate Justice of the t S Supreme Court vice Justice Brown re tired READY FOR OUTSIDE WORK The Frankt It Chair Co aunt y has secured the services of Mr 0 A Williams of Union City 1a as general foreman of its free labor plant ill this city Mr Williams will be remembered as a former employe of the Chair Company here and several years ago married Miss Lottie Evans ttf this city whoso many friends and relatives will be pleased to know she will soon become a resi dent again Mr Williams has al ready taken charge at the prison to clean up some outstanding orders and make arrangements to vacate the prison shops by the first of the year 1 THANKS Mr John P Hostetter of Farm dale has placed us under obliga tions for a fine lot of cushaws and pumpkins You bet we are hav ing pies and sich at our house Mr Hostetter will please ac cept our hearty thanks for his courtesy Our better three fourths joins us in this matter LOCK NO 7 CLOSED By an order from Maj J G Warren in charge of work on the Kentucky river Lock No7 will be closed to navigation from Monday December 10 to Friday De cember 14 in order to the lock gat s The Best Guaranty of Merit Is Open Publicity Every bottle of Dr Pierces world famed medicines leaving the great labo ratory at BUffalo N Y has printed its all the Ingredients entering into its composition This fact aces Dr Plerces Medi cines in a class all by themselves They cannot be classed with patent or secret medicines because they are This is why so many unprejudiced physicians prescribe them recommen them to their patients They know what they are composed and that the ingredients are those endorsed by the most eminent medical authorities Tho further fact that neither Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery the invigoratorheartFavorite Prescription for weak over worked brokendown nervous women contains any alcohol also entitles them to a place by themselves ago Dr Pierce discovered that chemically ure glycerine of proper strength Is a better solvent and preserv ative of the medicinal principles resid ing in our indigenous or native medi cinal plants than is and further more that it possesses valuable medicinal properties of its own busing demulcent nutritive antiseptic and u most efficient anti ferment Neither of the above medicines con tains alcohol or any harmful habit forming drug as will be soon from a glance at the formula printed on each bottle wrapper They are safe to use and potent to cure only do physicians prescribe the above non secret medicines largely but the most Intelligent employ thorn people who would not think or using the ordinary patent or secret medicines Ingredient entering Into the com position of Dr Piercos medicines hits stron cst kind of an endorsement from leading medical writers of the several schools of practice No other medicines put up for like purposes has any such profcxslomil endorsement- Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure constipation Constipation is the cause of many cllses Cure the cause and you cure the disease One Pallet Is a gentle laxative and two a mild cathartic Drug gists sell them and nothing is Just as good Easy to take as candy r I i itJ h 1f1Y lttU Pleasant to take a Laxative SyrupJNATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor i 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 Vege f table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc IiYour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than t any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE + Jf Tobacco Bellows Blowers i lIoesForksSpades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils EtcIValue JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky LETTER TO SANTA CLAUS Forks of Elkhorn Ky December 2 1900 Dear Old Santa Claus I thought I would write to you so you would not forgot me I storybooksetGood bye Old Santa Claus From little FANNY BELL METTZ 1 CASTORIAFor Thi Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Sipaturn of TreatmentIDr Weavers SjnppuxfflMUw Wood Ceres heels skiD eraytloei r 1i i WANTEDGentleman or ladyiwith good reference to travel by r rail or with a rig for a firm of 250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and expenses salary r paid weekly and expenses adOvanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Dr Weaver Syrup IJ420mlullee tke blood t Cetste olatmna KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings rI New Discovery FOR cONSUMPTION Price 60ct100 LiJ Free Trial r tTHROATLES or MONEY BACK t LlIAI I 1 l4 tiTheKind You Have Always Bought and which has been use for over 30 years has borne the fiijynatnre of and sonal one deceive All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment C What is CASTORIA astoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorse Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It ticontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcoifo substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the h Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep tThe Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend t GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears the Signature of t The Kind You toe Always Bought t In Use For Over 30 Years r i t CORKERS AND TWISTERS t By Baldheaded Ike t The Frankfort Coal Trust may be said to consist of the two ele vator companies They control the market They control the price Coal is cheaper by barge than 1by rail Tho small dealers who are supplied by rail are therefore at the mercy of the ele vator folks When the latter raise the price tho small dealer must acquiesce and duplicate the f raise or they may bo squeezed out by the elevator folks selling forrThn coal sold at that price costs no more than coal sold at 12 cents At 16 cents the dealers are no doubt doubling their money They are equalizing from the citizens on the smaller profit they get from the distiller ies the penitentiary the power house waterworks etc r There is only one way to meet imposedIiiyour l car load lots and haul it out 19 load and load alike dividing the excess above iujequal portions It can be done Coal will then cost you less than 16 cents per bushel Dealers say the citizens put up summerjHence probably the squeeze Col John has a dog Hes a loving dog Hes a smart dog l No alarm clock necessary whore himrand hell wake you prompt does not adore cats prefer his society mtRseliI a tree or fence goes out for a walk day John took his out for a holiday saunter tkThey sauntered down St Clair street The dog showed great r delight acted as if he know every body and everybody knew him They reached tho now hakeshop wr John wont in to buy a roll Tho dog was requested to stand at tho 1 t door Ho stoodHodintovon look in to see the beautiful things inside for instance tho largo plate t I fit has been nmdo under his per supervision since its infancy Allow no to you in this f l r glass display case that reached half across the room andcame down to the floor in the back part of the storeand behind which reposed pyramids and fancy work shelf on shelf of pies cakes candies china dolls popcorn balls and other gim oracks All ithis was lost on the dog for he was outside Everything was serene Unhappily a sweet little girl opened the door and entered the shop The house cat who happened to be coming from a tea party also entered The dog sprang to wel come her home He was too forci ble in his style of welcome The cat spit and snarled a defiant anathema and fled down the room The dog oblivious to sur roundings followed like a cyclone But the cat know the ropes Reaching the glass case it turned quickly aside into a secret way The dog supposed it had gone through the glass He was a proud dog He felt able to do whatever tho oat could do He plunged onward There was a crash Glass pies cukes and dolls fell over and around the dug He was sandwiched with sweetness The shop girl at the crash fell from the stool near the case The sales woman raised her hands in horror The baker ran in from the bakery But the dog extricating himself came up to John smiling and wagging his tail and saying plainly in dog language Didnt I play h1- with that cat John responded briefly U Yes but you have play ed hl with me John measur ed the situation Send me the bill said he and he paid it He thinks more of the dog than over Thinks him a very dear dog But only wants r 011I04 C EI Bears SJguatuze of A TREES PLANTS VINES Our General Catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Grape Vinos Rhu barb Asparagus Small Fruits etc is now ready on application We employ no agents but sell direct to the planter II F HILLEN MEYER SONS Lexington Ky Sept 298m lflf mt i ff lV dJ x kr j titt THE ON Ltd KITCHEN GABIiNET FOR Economical Women Is the ono that Insts u lifetm antI yet is not highpriced TtinfcV the McUou nll Aril economical women know IL Tho McDon nll people make and yell llvu tithe its many kitchen cabinets ns any other con cern Why r Simply because they make them betterMcDougall Kitchen Cabinets Arc not highpriced 1800 to 2800 There are imitations that sell for less Bat the McDoagnll is always a blessing and not a nuisance in Uiltroof mouse proof nod easily cleaned nod PAYS FOR ITSELF quickly by saving kitchen supplies So its economy t buy n McDuogall R ROGERS SONS SOLE AGENTS Frankfort Ky STAMPING GROUND Wo regret to learn that Dr C L Ford 88 years of age is quite sick His friends are very uneasy about his conditionIDied November 20 of nhoop ing cough Joseph B infant soul of Mr Lafe Robinson aged 0 monthsIa wedding is on the tapis between a prominent couple Backbone spareribs sausage and chitlin are now on the bill of fare Coupled with hominy and corn bread there is no use in anybody saying they do not live on the fat of the land The question of tobacco growers combining and forming what is known as the American Society of Equity is agitating tne minds majorityfavorsome say that if it is wrong to form a Tobacco Trust among the manufacturers it is equally wrong to form a Growers Trust Which is right we leave them to settle Elder J W Pinkerton of Ken ton Ohio came here to visit Dr C L Ford who is quite sick and other relatives Wheat and rye are growing nice ly and if the present good weather continues the piospect for these grains will be good UNO- BENSON There was a large attendance at the Thanksgiving services at North Benson Church Miss Lula Petty of Frankfort was the guest of Misses Rosa Evans and Nettie Hall during the holi days Misses Jennie Hardin Lula Petty Rosa Evans and Nettie Hall were the guests of Misses Florida and Emma Hamilton Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Irvine Hall have returned from their bridal tour Elder Colby B Ragland and son Ashley have returned to their PAIN Pain In tho headpain anywhere lias its cause Pain congestion pain It blood pres3urenothlnY toIcoaxes blood pressure away from pain centers Its effect charming pleasingly delightful Gently though safely It surely equalizes tho blood circu lation If you have a headache Its blood pressure If its painfulperiods with women same cause If you are sleepless restless nervous its blood congestion blood pressure That surely is a stopiwell and path you Of course It toes Its con gestton blood pressure Youll find it where pain Ii always Its simply Common Sense Wo sell at cents und cheerfully recommend Dr Shoops HeadacheTablets ALL DEALERS P iij WE SEEK THE BEST GLASS OF TRADf1 There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is J priceThisanyfactoryunder a GUARANTEE that means SOME M1nndWe make a of and 1 tresentativefrom Frankfort and deliver them back to you without cost J1VERSAIH K YARD President home at Ruckerville after a few days visit to Mr and Mrs R D EvansMiss Florence Evans has recovered from a slight illness Miss Lola Marshall of Frank fort was the guest of Miss Emma Hamilton Thursday afternoon Mr Dan Moore called on Miss Ethel Hulette Sunday afternoon Miss Lula Petty und Miss Rosa Evans were the guests of Mrs Ruth Hardin recently Mr James Hall and Mr Hick man Hardin spent a few days in Versailles last week Miss Christine Weber was on the sick last this week What has become of our corres pondent Blue Eyes Miss Lottie Suttles attended services at North Benson Church ThursdayTWO SCHOOLGIRLS Preventics as the name implies prevent all Colds and Grippe when taken at the sneeze stage Preventics are toothsome candy tablets Preventics dissipate all colds quickly and taken early when you first feel that a cold is coming they check and prevent them ProventicB are thoroughly safe for children and as effectual for adults Sold und recommended in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by all dealers COUNTY COURT DAY Monday last was county court cOlllU1tionto was an unusually largo crowd town illI With the exception of hol there was not much stock on the market A few mules and a few cows and calves wore ottered and sold fairlywell Good horses brought extra prices common and plugs sold at bottom prices a 0LittleEarly Risers The famous little piI W tj t C M BROWXIXG t Sec and TreasIJUST THE THING tiHenryplaced us under obligations for a nice mess of hog trimmings which just fit in at the right placeMr Wright will please accept i our thanks for his kindness s THE PERFECT WAY Scores of Frankfort Citizens Have Learned It If you suffer from backache There is only one way to cure it The perfect way is to cure the kidneysA back means sick kidneys Nelgect it urinary troubles fol r low Doans Kidney Pills are made for kidneys only Are endorsed by Frankfort peo pieMrs Lou Johnson of 325 Todd street says Oft and on far a good many years I have suffered r with a heavy dull aching pain over the kidneys and across the small of my hack the pain run ning up my spine and becoming very severe on the least exertion There was also a weakness of the kidneys which produced an ir regular scalding and excessive condition I was treated by doc tors and it seemed as if medicine did not act on me My condition became so serious that I realized time necessity of some immediate relief About this time a neighbor spoke so highly of Doans Kid hey Pills that 1 could not believe Mydaughterat J W Gayles drug store and after giving tho remedy a good fair trial I CUll now conSeientious ly give my good recommendation land endorsement of what Icon skier a grand kidney remedy Doans Pills certainly carry out tho claims made foi them For sale 1nil dealers Price 50 cents FostorMiluhrn Co- Co Buffalo New York solo agents for the United States Remember tho moueDoan- Iamid take no other f ll t f v tt Christmas Selections Are Best Made Now The store is busy but not overcrowded Leisurely comparisons are possible without distraction or disappointment h Jewelry and Silverware Make Ideal Gifts- At successful Christmas present is known only to those who give things of character things worth while They need not be expensive f but they must be good To have the name of Sellnrt on the box is as great a satisfaction to the giver as 10 the recipient and now is the time to make your selections RINGS Slffiiil lUngs 2 to S2iJ Set pings 150 to 15 Baby KliiR 50c to 4 Signet ling for Ifnby only roc BRACELETSARE THE LATESTFAD See our Big Line Prices From 3 to 100 a I i I HERNDON CLARKIn this city on Thursday Mr Chester Herndon und Miss Lily Clark were married by Rev Win Crowe of the Southern Presbyterian Church ateSMOERSET GOES DRY In tho election bald 011 Thursday in the city of Somerset the drys won by 181 majority The balance of the county of Pttlaski was already dry and this makes the whole county dry rSATURDAY EVENINGS BLAZE An alarm from lox Jut 540 oclock on Saturday evening called the department to the two story frame residence of Nancy Clay oloredon Hill street where a big blae which had a good start before the alarm was turgid in soon demolished tho roof but tho fireboys had it under control quickly and that was about till the damage done except bv water Loss about 500 MEETING OF WOMANS CLlB tI Tho Womans Club will meet It the residence of Mr JJSIII1I uel on Monday December the 10th at half past three oclock Tho Travelling Art Gallery strut out by tho General Federation of Womans Clubs will be in Frank fort next week Those pictures will be shown 011 two afternoons in one of tho rooms in tho now addition of tho city school and the public aro most cordially in vied to see them Tins tion is loaned by artists York Chicago Boston and cities and is said to be jThe Club hopes that many will If Buttons Soe to 840 Ladies JoM Filled Wattlies 750 to f20 Solid Gold 18 to Kents Gold Filled Watches 850 to = 40 Solid Gold 25 to 150 ICUT UMBRELLAS A SELBERT MARRIED enjoy this unusual to see good specimens of represent atives American Art The dates of tho exhibit will be announced in the daily papers The pictures urn for sale HUXAVAYfHURSDAY The double team of horses hitch ed to the dairy wagon of Mr A Beck became triughtened on Thursday afternoon and dashed down St Clair street towards the bridge Luckily however the team was stopped before any serious damage was done by or to the team LETTER LIST Thu following is the list of advertised letters for the week ending Dee 8 Angoll Waller- Bloodfood Mrs Leslie Barnett Mr Bob Bord Miss Mary June Baker James Brooks James Bank Lucy vV Crowe Walter Dotson Miss Dora Evans Mrs Bettio Frazier W T Gran Homer Henson Miss Nancy Hunt George Haws Mrs E P Mines Frank Hall Sarah E Howard Ward R Jackson Mrs Lena Kinney Mrs Dora Luuitfley Miss Sarah Lint G MUts Mrs Maggie Alclntosh Albert Mays Harry- Maschakii and Family Owens J A Peris Miss Martha Sharp Tom Henry Semi Maklle Capital Pub Co Staples J Kudduth Mrs W II Swaher John FSrathSpencer Miss Aber Taylor Mrs Mattie Waterlill Miss Emma Wright Joseph A Warner J H Woodridgc Meritt White Baker Watson Boberl When calling for the above letters please say BARNES P M f LOCKETS 125 TO 100 Chains for Lockets TO 100 Nt CIIJlfJCI BIRTHSI this city on Thursday to Dr Nevill M Gar rett told wifeu son JUST AS WE EXPECTED In answer to a query form the Associated Press Justice John M Harlan of the U S Supreme Court announced on Wednes day that ho had no intention whatever ot entering the race for tho Republican nomination for Harlan is a grand man and would make an ideal Gover nor but ho has had higher honors than could como from being Governor of Kentucky or any other State FOR RENTA dwelling house con taming rooms a IlI1I garden and liarns near Jett Station Pos session given December 27 1000 For terms apply to Mrs Sallie E Jett Jett Ky Dec Slm THE OLD RELIABLE The old reliable firm of It K MeCluro it Son givn notice into days paper of their readiness to supply time demands of their ems tomers and the public generally with useful and ornamontl goods for Christmas und New Years When you buy from MclCure youk now your purchases are guaranteed to ho just as represented If you dont believe it try it on NOTICE The minimi meeting of the stock holders of the Rational Hrniich Hank of Kentucky will ho hold upon the 8th day of January 1907 he iwtioii the hour of 10 oclock a in HIIIIJoelock p in for tho pnrposo cf olncliny directors E L SAMUEL Irosidont Del Sll LATKST STYLES IX WALL PAPER J have a full lino of all tile latest styles in wall pupur Call and ox amino stock C M BRIDQEFORD Alain Street Opposite Engine House l3tf Brooches Gold Filled SOo to Solid GnIdlrO o Our Special Knife Plated I Only 350 for Set Knives and Forks lONE OF LEADERS I J I CLOCK JUST LIKE CUT ti uNLY 85 00 I h GLASS OPERA GLASSES loenloptioll Cuff opportunity GARRETIn GovernorJudge Triple OUR Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair Street IF YOU BUY IT AT SCLBERTS ITS GOOD 1I I r PEA RIDGE Mrs Chambers and children were the guests of Mrs Jennie Trncoy Sunday Miss Norma Beagan is the guest of her uncle Mr Taylor Collins Mrs Mattio Clipper gave a most delightful social to tho young peo plo of Choatovillo and vicinity It was a most unarming affair and all tho young folks are look ing forward to another Services at Chaotoville Sunday at tho Christian Church AH this will prolmhly ho Bro Flor ences fa rowel sermon every should try to bo there 1 We with many others lire sorry that he is not oging to stay with us another yearMr r A Edge of Lexington parentsThanksgiving Mr and Mrs Laoefiold of Ben son wore also tho guests of Mrs T EdgoJhnnksgivingI Mr Will Wilson of Frankfort nisI was tho guest of the Edge family that day Pea Hill o Sellout will bo closed on the 14th of this month and till the little ones cure busy with their speeches for the closing exorcises While some of tho child ren will bo glad of their freedom from school all will bo part with their pleasant yolnlgj- teacher Bliss Josehino Moore and that silo will ho happy in lies sue ceeding position is till sincere wish of all who know her Moving and tumors of moving are beginning to stir in tho cool broeo and are likely to contiiie uiiitl after the JOth ofnextMarch Quite a number of Frankfort hUllt1inMrs L Edge and daughter Edith and Mrs Lacojiold worm tho guests of Mrs Lace field at Benson this week Mr Bon Tracoy had tho misfor tune to lose a very nioe horse He has our sympathy It is so I dillicult to got a real satisfactory i animal MMrimprovFlugwell W IifBLUI Furnished rooms for yApply f geuuinLaxativethe remedy that rnrm n cold IB one del N ONLY RAILROAD t SOUTHEQUIPPED WITH AUTOMATIC IBLOCK AND SOUTHERN RAILWAYt FROM CINCINNATII TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES SouthSoutheast and Southwest 0p For and JUtw HC KINO C P T Addreae1 E Main St W OARREIT General Meupr W c RINEARSON P clciaotba rj fill 14 ljIJI Y7j i IFJ v r r 0rT1 t ra Fop ATTENTION BUILD EIRSp NOWISBRNBUILDINCTIME I c c I 307309 Main St J ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CRunCH Rev A B Chlnn rector will conduct services us follows 9ai n in Sundayschool n in Prayer and Surmon 780 p in Kvoning Prayer and Sermon BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M B Adams tho pastor will preaoh at u JD and 730 p Sundayschool at 945 in the chapel Baptist Young Peoples Union at 700 p HI chapelPrayer Wednesday evening at 700 iu the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor will preach at a m and 780 Sundayschool at 930 a m in the bapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at T Wednesday evening at chapelThe meets Tuesday afternoon at a oclock Everybody Invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m t Sundayschool at S p m uVespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Dr H E Dosker of Lonlflvllle will preach at am and 780 p m ti tinnday school at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at U30 p in Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 3 TBO Visitors cordially welcomed J METHODIST CHURCH Rev J0- J Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Epworth League at 045 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN OHUROHRev Win Crowe the pastor Will preach at a m and 730 p m Young Peoples Society at 7 p in Sundayschool at 945 a III Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at t80 p Everybodyi invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Rev C B Hudson will preaoh at 3 oclock p m Sunday school every Sunday afternoon Everybody invite- dSPLENDID MEETING Fine Audiences and Large Number of Additions to Churoh The ssrvices of revival meetings which have been iu progress st the First Baptist Churoh of this city for the last twelvo or fourteen days have been remark same sensationalism and excitement The sermons afternoon and night by Rev J T Watts of Louisville who has just accepted 1 a call to the Bapitst Churoh at Ashland Ky have been plain practical strong earnest and tender und have won r thjehighoBt regard of tho memherI ship of the church and of the large and enoes that have right along filled the big auditorium to repletion Up to the hour we write there have been 58 additions to the membershiphe larger portion Dont Your BUT BUY ONLY THE BEST We carry a Full Line of V Crimp Roofing One and Two Ply Floroid Roofing Three Ply Felt Roofing Slaters Felt and Building Paper Lime Cement Salt P C SOWER 8c CO RELIGIOUS nt780pinEverybody bythe chapelPrayermeeting evenlnpM that1r Neglect Roof Steel have been grown peoplevery low children having come in something out of the usual order of things The ordinance of baptism has keen administered at the evening service every evening commenc ing with Wednesday Mr Watts closed his service last night being compelled to leave for his new field of labor He has made a warm place in the affections of pastor and his manly and courageous treatI ment of the themes of mans and ruined condition out of Christ and his tender presenta tion of the glad tidings of salva tion at the same time presenting the justice and the wrath of God against sinnot against the sin nerThe earnest benedictions of all Christians willl attend Mr Watts veryimpOltant FRANKLIN e COUNTY MEDI CAL SOCIETY ELECTS OFFICERS At the remular monthly meet ing of the Franklin County Mf1dI ical Society held on Saturday last the following officers wore electedPresidentDr Nevill M Gar rett Vice PresidentDr Len Mont gomorySecretary and Treasurer ir H MartinRefereeDr II V Williams Delegates to the next State ConventionDr 0 B Demaree The retiring President Dr L T inish entertained the so ciety at dinner which was served at the Qnp ital Hotel THE SECRET OF SUCCESS No girl You cannot off anY inbttltnti on me Ive been using August Flower since I was a boy and Ill have no other tfPorty million bottles of August Flower sold in the United States alone since its introduction And the demand for it is still growing Isnt that a fine showing AugustFlowercure of indigestion and dyspepsia the happinessgDoesAugust Flower is a sure for all stomach and intestinal disordersthat it regulatorsqAugust record of over 35 years curing the ailing mil lions of these distressing complaints QTwo sizes 350 and 750 All druggists For sale by J W Gayle w1HEIThe Prince Chap exactly as presented by Manager W N Law rence at the Madison Square and Webers theatres New York with Cyril Scott as the star will be seen at the Capital Theatre next Thursday evening December 11 for one performance only The two clever children Helen Pull origiIpnrtiIactresses for a complete portrayal of the character graduating from childhood to womanhood In Act I Claudia is five years old in Act II she is eight and in Act III eighteenthbirthday mence with The child interest has been voted superb being the repleteIthat is fascinating to every grade of playgoer One of tho critics in New York wrote that The Prince Chap from the last row in the gallery to the first of theI orchestra struck a chord of sym pathy that won universal response Those who saw The Prince Chap either in New York or on the road the produc tions being identical will need no urging to witness it again It conies with all the promise of being a sincere success the style of play that lives on its deserved nothingbutseen it to insure its welcome Genuinely good plays are very scarce here we are told is one of the scarce ones In spite of all prejudice it has scored in Lon don it will run in the English capital a year and it will require two extra companies to tour the English provinces It is to be done in Paris in Berlin in Vienna in Australia Is this proof compnnytouring Canada Contracts call for productionbe the equal of that witnessed on Broadway It is often written ofa star that he has scored the hit of his career in each succeed ing part he plays Cyril Scott may not have made the biggest success ho is destined to make but according to Mr Edward Peple the author of The Prince Chap he has recreated the character of the artist he plays with out regard for the hero of tho novel as Mr Peple sketched him making him infinitely more attractive more interesting nnda null that the world of theatre goers can not fail to admire and loveSupporting Mr Scott are such well known artists as Messrs Wal lace Erskine Charles B Wells Donald Weldon Duane Wagar George Sohaoller Misses Fran cose Neilson Florence Conron Mary Keogh Edith Speare Helen Pullman and Justina Wayne and the original New York production LyricTheatreSeat sale opens Saturday morn ing at 7 oclock Prices par quetto 150 dress circle 100 J k t First two rows balcony 100 Gallery 25c If taken at the Sneeze Stai Preventic3n toothsome candy Tablet will surely and quickly LuIShoops Praventics and tho prompt effect will certainly sur prise and please you Preventics surely supply the proverbial ounce of prevention Sold in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by all dealers PRESIDENTS MESSAGE Conceded by All Parties to be One of the Albest Ever Sent to Congress On Tuesday last President Roosevelt sent in his message toI the short session of the 50th Con gressIt is quite a lengthy document requiring two hours and a half for its reading- It begins without any perfunctory introduction and treats ofall the subjects considered in a man ly straightforward way that com mands the respect and admiration ofeverybody whether in his ownj party or in that of the opposi tionAt its conclusion the applause was spontaneous and overwhelming and from both sides of the House of Representatives Rarely has a President so fully met the views of men of his own party and at the same time earned the approval of his oppo nentsNo subject was treated in a per functory way but each and all were handled in a thoroughly and conscientious manner There is no uncertain sound to any de clarationThere are some carping critics of course whom nothing that could be said by any living man would satisfy but even these not having the gall to try and contro vert the positions assumed yet must cavil and they assume a wiseacre air and assert that tile President is sermonizing Let those carpers take heed and obey the truth as it is shown to be the truth r e To have beautiful perfect pink velvetlike lips apply at bedtime a light coating of Dr Shoops Green Salve Then next morn ing notice carefully the effect Dry cracked or colorless lips mean feverishness and areas well ill appearing Dr Shoops Grcen Salvo is a soft creamy healing ointment that will quickly correct any skin blemish or ailment Got a free trial b x at our store and bo convinced Largo glass jars 25cts All dealers e DeWitt s Utile Early Risers The famous Mttto pigs ti HflWl f Main OASrSJODtABears the 307309 St The Man Fclerly1Vuuldcorres pond with lady Address Box J02 Johnson City Tennessee Dec S 1t- GLENNS GREAT BOAR AND BROOD SOW SALE Wednesday December 12 1006 at Louisville Ky 50 great boars 2diKeepPerfection Eo L Corrector 2d Captivator Proud Perfection and other great sires including our two yearling herd hours Keep On and On by Keep Oq and Diamond Corrector by Cor byCaptlvntorChampion sow U S Perfec ioDIHiaghStylepect for championship 1907 20 great sows bred to the much ad mired Glenns Corrector 118817 champion Kentucky State Fair 1900 Attractions Merry Patriot by Chief Perfection 2d full brother to the phone menal Separator we believe the greatest boar liivng Perfection U S by Captivatorfwinner at the Worlds Fair St Louis and out of U S Perfec tion senior champion sow of the worldThis is an extraordinary offer beIever passed through a smile ring south of the Ohio river and as good as can be found anywhere Several of the animals are of late furrow but will grow into splendid representatives of the breed We will sacrifice these for the benefit of the breeders und farmers of Kentucky Indiana and adjoining territory Will you open your eyes to this rarest of opportunities to put the best blood of the wolrd into your herd It is your opportunity and one that will not como to you very oftenIt will pay you to attend this stile ill person hut if you can not come bids may be sent to either of the auctioneers or to H K Morris of Swine Breeders JourjnulAuctioneersCol G M Isen howor Martinsville Ind Col Tom Vinnedgo Hope Ind Ou1IKySmileSale barn 15th St and Portland Ave three blocks north of loon anti Main Sts Glenn Meadows KyForor to A Glenn 155 LaSallo StpChutago j RyScheduleject to change without notice Limited rOt Louisviilr Nashville Mem phis West and Southwest 52 A 31aud 514 P M Limited UallyjFor Washington IJiiUhiioro phia OldPoint1016 A M and 801 U M Daily SlyrIf swiot fAfiiJt jrj 1 CHRISTMASi At the McClure Store hL f t The Holiday spirit Prevades the Entire McClure store Ir Iionewhether you wish an inexpensive remembrance or a luxurious gift for the friend for whom nothing can be too good Note especially 3 ti SmokingJackets s Dress Suit Cases and Bags If The leather goods store probably deserves first mention for the stocks of Bags Dross Suit Cases and Trunks are really unusual in h completeness and va rictyIFrom a sole leather Case at 500 up to the luxurious leather lined and fitted task at HOOO there is everything a traveler could desire and a handsome piece of travelers goods is l something every man w woman desires RobesIOpt a man in tIll habit of wearing these and he will remember the particular gift which starts him in the habit with more pleasure than any Christmas remembrance ever given him And then the selection here from which to choose Hath Robes beginning at 400 Smoking Jackets at 500 and then up to 1200 It will finda soft spot in the heart of that man sure Silk Handkerchiefs Linen Handkerchiefs Its worth a trip to the MeClure store just to see the colored Silk Handkerchiefs Pattern after pattern here beginning at 25c and on up to 200 and each more striking thou the other Whatever you overlook dont fail to see these gorgeous Silk Ifanderchiefs Their splendid qualities in plain white silk so pleasing to manyineii at from 25c to Then beautiful Sheer Linen Handkerchiefs at 25c o5c and50c plain whites initials and some beautiful colored patterns Cambric initiaj Handkerchiefs at 15c This Handkerchief stock is a wonder Slippers Rest for the tired feet after days work is over The comfortable Slipper will hJngt smile to the fate of a man or woman lucky enough to rective a pair for Christmas Leather and felt Slippers are here ill great variety and allat moderate prices Magnificent Silk UmbrellasR j tTmbrollas always an important Christmas stock here are this sea son given a showing worthy of a page talk in themselves The real Christmas novelties begin at 300 at which price there is a wide range of sterling and gold plated and gun metal handles from which to select and then right on up to 2000 There are handles of stag of sterling silver of enamel ending at the highest price with ivory handles handtcarved in Quaint Japan and having the finest silk covers Dont fail to see these Umbrellas Ties and Mufflers Do you know that this furnishing goods store is the store of Central Kentucky for mens fixings Well its a fact and the Ties and Mufflers selected for this holiday season are wonderful You cant describe neckwear in an advertisement but they are bewildering in profusion Then the Mufflers such rich silks are unusual solid black gray and white predominate in colors and they are all long and full enough to give the wearer ample protection Ties 25c to 200 Mufflers 50c to 300ISuspenders and Sox Holiday Suspenders in appropriate boxes at SOc 100 and 150 Fancy Sex which always come in right for Christmas at 25c and nOc Suits and Gloves Eves know a man who had enough of either Plain and pleated bosons hurts here in novelties especially suited for Christmas at 100tlto 200 Special cape and mocha Gloves at 1100 Towues at 200 and up warm fur lined at 350 and 500 OHRISTlIAS NOVELTIESI Now read this closely for hero is the greatest money saving opportunity we have ever been able to otter Christmas novelties at 60c on the dollar because carried over Last Christmas our store was so crowded that we were unable to even unpack a great part of our holiday goods so this season our store being even more crowded we have fixed up a room upstairs with all those pretty things we could not show last season They are just as fresh and perfect as if bought this season A great part of theJn were not on display last season but the McClure policy of absolutely fair dealing says murk them at very low figures just because carried over Now that room upstairs is full of about as many pretty Christmas things as you ever saw You have no idea of how many gifts there are the pric JUST 60 PER CENT OF THEIR VALUE t And there is ahuosteverythillg imaginable from a 25c Basket to a 1500 Toilet Set and every article ut just 60 per cent of its A real value Come early while the prettiest things are all here and while you can shop in leisure not possible later on Handsome Vases Jardineres Baskets Toilet Sets Manicure Sets Mirrors Medallions Ink Stands Paper Weights Albums IIandkArcluiof Boxes Glove Boxes Picture Frames Dolls R K McClure Soni R7E