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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fv 1t JWlL j 1r r r r r1 r TQTRYa f f 1 THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERiEVOTEI1O LOCAL AND SOCIETY NE11S1II3is 100 In Advance 7 = YOL XXXIFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DECEMBER 15 1906INo is f INTRNAL REVENUE The following arc the assignments of storekeepers and gaugers for December In the Seventh District Stoll Co Lexington T Gunn day 111 Stevenson additional and bottling T E Oldluun mealroom duty A B Piper night P G Spirit and H S Foreman gangers 2 Kentucky River Distillery Frankfort Bnckner McKlroy day I R Spires additional C Kash addi tional Z Fhelps bottling C N Ward gauger 3 H E Pogue Distilling Co Mays vllle H G Holiday day L A Slnde addltonal anti bottling Oscar Grisby gouger 4 W A Gaines Co Frankfort W D Blanding day C H Wickllffe meal room Walter Harper addition al W P Bacon additional G T Scearce additional W H Sneed bot tling W Saffell and E Hanra han gnagers 5 James a Pepper Co Lexing ton J R Sams day G P McCann additional R Strauss additional and bottling D C BCIr man ganger 6 Poyntz Bros Co Mnysvllle P D Wells storekeeperganger 9 S J Greenbaum Midway W S Lyne day R H Davennort addition al W L Baker additional P P Parrish bottling W T Crosthwait gauger 10 Peacock Distillery Co Kiserton- V W Cherry day C L Hough ad ditional and bottling J P Hutchcraft gauging 11 S C rJprist Frankfort A W Nazor day J H Murray additional and bottling C X Wiard gauger 14 G G White Co Paris J M Burbridge day J M Walker addi tional W B Anderson bottling D C Berrynrnn hunger 17 Old McBravor Distillery Co Mt Sterling J Kearns day F M Cisco additional and bottling F G Sparks Il1uingI241 H Rogers Co Mavsville F W Harling day W C Slye addi tional and bottling Oscar Grisby gauger 12 E M Babbitt Versailles C H Talbott day S P Willis additional arid bottling R D Pinkerton ganger 2L George Baker Frankfort Speed F Owen day P S Rule additional E B Davis mealroom J Mi Fralpy night Amos Griffin bottling John Stenhanski Danger Franlfortlradditional and bottling I T West mealroom D E Reid night F D Clark ganger 46 J E Penner Co Yarnalltonj J A Loran day E F Dnrabv addij tonal and bottling W F Croghan gl1n erI50r J Frazier Versailles Gus WhUehonse stornkeenerpanger 52 jab rot Graham Frankfort T Berry day E Crate additional and Tottlinnr S D Pinkerton frnngp 52 E H Taylor Jr Rons Frank- fortl J n Dagley day IT G Carey additional B F nnnin mealroom J G Brnwner additional J M Tnn ner bottling H C Everett night J W Black Ira 1Pr 77 Paris Distilling Co Paris J M Russell dav J S Wallingford addi tional C T Throcknvjrton addition al W G Cook bottling J D Shy ntealroom R D Grant night D C Berrynian and J P Hntchcraft gnu ers 91 J J M Saffell Frankfort J L Cox day R A Powell additional and bottling C N Wlard gauger 90 J N Blakembre Frankfort IJI Ixsinaster storekeeperganger 105 Haynes Trundle Stamping lClIgauadditional G T Mount joy addition al Henry Xewsom additional J O Kash meal roon G W McConnell additional David Harp bottling T J Craig night A V Combs and H 1 Gaines gangers 1K5 IT S Bell day J G Barnett additional L F Brown mea 1100111 C IT Morgan additional D B Wai cult glllljl 1IMl J brook storekeeperganger- I7 Garvin Urns Limestone J P Blair storekoeperuaiifjer iso Eastern Kentucky Distilling Co Webbville J M Patrick store keeperganger Lexington Public Varehonso Co Lexington A G Leonard aunt T L 1icCounell stol IWtIInIallgm storekeeperganger Lexington G R Bullock Lexington rectifying housesShan non Co R S Strader Son J E Pepper Co W F Croghan fiuger A city to bo healthy must keep itsi sewer system in perfect order To bo well you must keep the human sewerage system in perfect order the only way Father Williams Indian Tea or Herb Tablets 25 doses for 20c Come In sand try a box and be con winced Frankfort Drug Co Drug gists j PRISON COMMISSION OUTS OUT DRINKS Tho State Prison Commission issued the following order in re gard to the use of intoxicating liquors by the officials of the two State Prisons IIof1ilinls and employes ar hereby forbidden to solicit or otherwise interest themselves in any application for n pardon or parole or to accept any fee or other remuneration from any corm viet applying for pardon or paroleAll officials and employes are hereby forbidden to accept any loan of money or other article of voile from a convict All officials are hereby forbid den to use intoxicating liquors or beer either during the time they are on or out duty Thus it will bo seen that lots of graft is stopped und the flowing bowl will hereafter have the lid on tight- A word to the wisp DEATH FROM LOCKJAW Never follows an injury dressed with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its antiseptic and healing properties pre vent blood poisoning Chas Oswald Merchant of Ronsselaersville N Y writes It cured Seth Burch of this place of the ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw Cures cuts wounds burns and sores 25c at all druggists FRANKFORT BOY AT THE FRONT From a recent number of the Laporte Ind ArgusBulletin we learn that Col Upshaw Hord a former Frankfort boy is making good in his northern home and is lone of the managers of a big inter railway known as the Gos lion South Bend Chicago and New York Railway The many friends of Col Hord in his boyhood hone are glad to know that he is succeeding DONT FAIL TO ATTEND By a notice in another place Mrs W B Rodman offers for sale a quantity of desirable and household and kitchen sericeableI well as some farming 1 ne sale will take place on the premises at Point Breeze overlooking the city The farm has been sold and possession has to he given the new owners Don t fail to attend Rare bargains can be hind fNEW MESSAGES FROM OLD MESSENGERS IIho pastors of the Christian Methodist Southern Presytorian 1lpiscopalaut1 Baptist Churches ofj this city after having hold a consultation hire determined to introduce a now innovation as to tho plan of preaching at the night service They have arj eiteltIchttrcItprophets llhof the ministers pIujplwtHing so that all tho churches may have time benefits to ho derived front a study of the teachings of those prophets on the samo oc casion Tho first of time series will hoi given on Sunday evening Decom bur 15 and will bo upon time pro phecy of Amos lhoso consecrated and able min isters hold a weekly ministers sleeting at which they make report of their work of tho week preceding the needs of their Holds and tho general plate of work for the week to follow Wo HIP happy to say that there is a fine spirit of brotherly love and affection between these pas tors and better than nl1on ear nest determination to press ward with renewed vigor in tbeI whoseearmy they are soldiers COMMUNICATED The last three editions of the Roundabout have been filled with wed ding news Weddings solemnized wedding announcements wedding sup pers dinners luncheons wedding de partures and returns until I wish I was again in Old Kentucky with a tin horn a few old shoes and several pounds of rice Lines of an old poem I used to know in the olden golden days keep ringing through my head So am sending them for the Roundabout That they who wed after may read and in reading know that in spirit am casting shoes and rice after them wishing them all Joy and happiness them wishing they all joy and happi nessThis is especially for Frankfort couples and those from neighboring towns and magesIHere are the delightful linesi RICE AND SLIPPERS Rice and slippers slippers and rice Quaint old symbols of all thats nice In a world made up of sugar and spice With honeymoon always shining A world where the birds keep house by twos And the ring dove calls and the stork dove coos And maids are many and men may choose And never shall love go piningi For the rice shall be shed and tho shoes be thrown When the bridegroom makes the brido his own He and she in the world alone Though many a man came wooing He and she and no other beside Though the ways are long and the world Is wide The proudest groom and the prettiest bride That ever went billing and cooing Slippers and rice for an omen meet Theytlmem out in the open street High over heads and low under feet Precious beyond all posies Glad as the song that greets the day When wedded lovers are whirled away From everylasting month of May- Or a whole round year of roses Say is she fall the wife of an hour ralrestIWas southern beauty with eyes of Jot Or dusk pale syren or lank So b1llllotteIIs she of gold Then good is the treasure to have and run hold Her lover will loam to bo twice as holtlI at hand to aid him Is slit poor in all but her own fan worth And her lover will laugh at wealth and birth When he owns It was she who made him It Is well all well whatever site be A queen he to her Lord and to none but Hilt the sweetest sight in the world to tier Is a bride In her bridal beauty Anti he he too is a noble sight Who wins a prize in the worlds despite By his vows of love and duty W E L Odessa Texas riJ A TIME FOR IIHRISTMASSHOPPIG GROWING SHORT youtois on Those who delay always find depleted 4j 1fJwIthvalues in useful presents LADIES SUITS Ii 3500 Suits 2650 3000 Suits 2200 2000 Suits 1500 1 LADIES SKIRTS 500 750 850 and 1000 fi LADIES FURS Unmatchable Fur Values at 150 250 450 500 to 3000 C ILD ENFUR SETS 100 1250JUMBRELLAS Ladies and Gents Holiday Umbrellas at SUe 75c 100 150 to 6 00 GLOVESjWe show an immense stock of kid yarn cashmere gloves Our kid gloves at 100 cannot be equaled HANDKERCHIEFS at the prices 1501Special values 3 for lOcoAn immense vur atoc lOc 15c 25c and 50c ea- chCKAGIN EtyiBRO I rPOSTMASTER ROBBED G W Fonts Postmaster at Riverton la nearly lost his life and was robbed of all comfort according to his letter which says For iiO years I had chronic liver complaint which led to such a severe case of jaundice that even my finger nails turned yellow whoa my doctor prescribed LIe trio Bitters which cured mo and have kept me well fir eleven years Sure cure for Hillious ness Neuralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liver Kidney tool Bladder derangements A won derful Tonic At all druggists 50 toIIFIFlIEIH A XIYEnSAHY Justice John M Marian of time U S Supreme Court and his good wife will celebrate time half century marl in wedded lift at their home in Washingon City on Saturday December 22 iWI can hardly realize thut fifty have Mown lily since our Sundayschool teacher and his handsome bride came from Evuns ville 1ml to their Kentucky home in this Pity The tlnvo stalwartToms Kev Richard D llarlan D ItitLake Forrest Ills Ilulifns M Harlan Interstate Commerce Commission old Judge John Maynard Marian of Chicago Ills with their wives and child ren will lie present The host of friends of this honored family will join in wishing them many happy returns of the tiny Dr Weiner Syrup and Cerate Bnceeiefol treatment for blood and ikln dlcciwes 11V4 1 1 j iJir l ti ri tIt u 4 Catarrh of the nose and throatsho-uld 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 we let you SnowICall and investigate All dealers POSTMASTERS CONVENTION Time Postmast rs of Kentucky hel1a convention in Lnuisvilie t this week They discussed many problems of interest in thou workThe following oilicors wore elected President Kobt E Woods Louisville 1st Vice President Frank 1isFisher Paducah Id Vice g President Win H Overb y Henderson- Treasurer Geo W Hutchison IIB1I11105 In n k fort The organization is well calcu lated to advan ce the host interests of the public as wellas the oHi eers by correct ng abuses and evils discovered AN ALARMING SITUATION Frequently results front neglect of clogged howler anti torpid liver until constipation becomes chronic This condition is unknown to those who use Dr Kings New Life Pills tho best and gentlest regulators of Stomach and Bowles Guaranteed by all druggists Price 25c J r I J 1I PERSONAL fIA Fox Rcspass went to Cinch on Wednesday fussVillanna Steilninn is visiting In Louisville Mr Alex H Han ls of Jackson was- in the city on Tuesday Mrs W F Barret visited relative in Louisville this week Col Geo Harper left Monday for Washington City rlrsWin V Barret has returned a visit to Louisvillet Mrs Chas W Saffell visited rela lives in Louisville this weep Mr E Carl Wolf of Louisville was Vednesdayc Columbia Was in the city on Wednesday Mrs las A Vlolott visited friends in Shelby county this week l Mr Boman Gaines made a business trip to Cincinnati Wednesday Col L P Tarlton has gone on a business trip to Washington City Mr Chas G Payne is visiting at t his old home in New York City Rev WJIK Crowe and wife visited relatives at Richmond this week Mr Harry Rogers and wife have re turned from a visit to Lexington Col las A Scott attended Circuit Court at Lagrange this week Mr S W Howser went to Cincin nati on a business trip Wednesday Judge B G Williams made a busi ness trip to Mt Sterling this week Mr Claude Hazelrigg went to his old home at Mt Sterling this week Mr Wi O Davis of Versailles was in the city on legal business on Tlmrs day Mr II M Whlttington liar return ed from a trip to French Lick Springs Ind Mr Cyrus T Duvall of Stamp- Ing Ground was in the city on Wed nesday Mr Chas Harris of Versailles Was in the city on legal business Thursday Mr R W McRery returned Tues day from business to the eastern cities Miss Sadie Brown of Bloomfield visited her brother Hon Ell H Brown this week Mrs F M Scofield is visiting her daughter Mrs C Gran Graham in Lexington Miss Virginia Gray of Caldwell In stitute Danville is at home on a Visit Miss Alice Farmer has returned from a visit to Mss Tlssie Hoge at Hoge Station Judge Jas S Morris and Mr Chas to Morris spent Sunday at their home in LaGrange Col Joe A Miller the lightning jerker of Jetts looked in on the horn folks Tuesday Mr N B Smith and daughter Mary Have returned from a visit to relatives in VersaillesMiss Daniel attended the NutterChamp wedding at George town on Tuesday Mr John M Scott of Louisville was the guest of his mother Mrs W T Scott on Sunday Mrs J D Brewer of Louisville was the guest of her sister Mrs W B George this week Mr G Russ Hughes and Mr Geo C Shaw are on a hunting trip to Grayson county tlss Alice Price of Versailles was the guest of her cousin Miss Gene Vieve Posey this week Judge F R Feland of Lawrence burg was In the city on Monday on legal business Mrs Bernice Minims of Trenton Is the guest of Mrs Win Cromwell Shelby street Rev Harvey M Myers of Lexing ton Va was the guest of Rev Wm Crowe this week Miss Gertrude Land who is study- Ing for a trained nurse in Cincinnati it at home for a visit Miss McCarty of Dayton Ohio Is the guest of ASrs Joseph Rupert Third Avenue Miss Gertrude Ledridge Is the guest of her sister Mrs M A Main line in Mt Sterling Mr Alex C Morgan and wife and Mrs J L Watson of Lexington were here In an auto yesterday- Mr Walter S Marlins of prestons burg was In attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Mr John S Van Winkle of Danville was the guest of his brother Mr A C VanWinkle this week Mrs L Labrot who has been visit ing her niece Mrs Colahan at Annul OilS Md has returned home Mrs J A Hamon of Georgetown was the guest of Mrs Wm Cromwell Shelby street this week Miss Esther Uurnam of Richmond who has been the guest of Miss Irma Labrot has returned home r Mr E A Sominers law clerk to r Judge J P Hobson has gone to his home at Glasgow for the holidays ij ig l1 Wfilt t f Mrs J L Butler of Eminence who has been the guest of her father Mr V1 Hughes has gone to Lexington is Mr H H Heise and wife of Madi son Ind were guests of their daugh ter Mss Viola Hoise in this city Mrs Laura McDonald of Coving ton Is the guest of her daughter Mrs Warren Montfort at Woodlake Rev Edwin Kagin of Louisville was called here Tuesday by the sudden death of his mother Mrs Elizabeth Chas Kehr wife and child of london were called here Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs Elizabeth KaglnIMlrs Jennie T Cardwell who hast been visiting relatives in New Albany Ind and Louisville has returned home Mrs H S Keller who has been the guest of her mother Mrs D C Crutcher In Georgetown has returned Marie Lindsey of Louisville a wlo has been the guest of her uncle Gov D W Lindsey has returned Ruth Trumbo and MUss Roberta Trumbo are visiting their sister Mrs Millard F Wood in Lex ingtonMr Grant L Roberts and Mr Geo L Barnes who have been in Washing ton City for a week returned home on Friday night Mrs C Gran Graham of Lexing ton who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Mollle Thomas has re turned home Mr Coleman S Whitehead and wife who have been living in Kansas City Mo for two ears have returned to this city to residefMr Chas H Morris Assistant At torney General has been appointed special circuit Judge of the Oldham Circuit Court Col Jos L Rodman and wife were called to Louisville on Thursday by the illness of Mrs E G Booth sister of Mrs Rodman Mr W McKinley Wood of Lexington who has been the guest of his grandmother Mrs R M Trumbo has returned home Judge Thos H Paynter left for Washington City on Saturday to look in on the scene of his future labors III the S Senate Mr A D Head and family of la- Grange who have been living here foi several years have gone back to Old ham county to reside Rev Irl McCluskey Blaney of Danville was called here to conduct the funeral services of Mrs Elizabeth Kagan on Thursday Mr Walter Lawrence of Louisville and Mr Hi D Benedict of St Louis Mo were guests of Miss Carrie Brock at Crescent View this week Mr George Neff wife and children of Meade county were called hereby the sudden death of Mrs Neffs mother Mrs Elizabeth IuglnIMiss Nellie Chinn of Colorado Springs Col who has been visiting her mother Mrs Ellen H Chlnn In this city has returned home Col Chas E Hoge one of the Jamestown Exposition Commission ers returned Wednesday from that place after having succeded in getting the finest location for the Kentucky Building on the Mr Penn T groundsIIvery ill at his Santa Claus J AT WI9EI1tSUGGESTIONS FOR CHRlSTi AS GIFTS 1TAILORED SUITS Special Prices8798 8898 S998 81298 81398 81498 Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks Great Values ill Fur Scarfs and Muffs Dress Skirts Silk and Mercerized Undershirts Wool and Knit Underskirts One Special Lot Kimonos Great Selection of Handkerchiefs for Ladies Men and Child 4 ren- Hosiery and GlovesSee our Novelties at 5c tOe 1 5c 25cfEvery Department of our Store Full of Useful Christmas Presents Store Open Every Night Till Christmas CHAS J WEITZEL Green was brought here yesterday by his brother Mr Will Morris and at his sisters Mrs C W Saffell Second street Col Moses R Glenn secretary of the Railroad Commission has gone on a business trip to Washington City Mss Emeline Will us of Nicholas vllle who has been the guest of her cousin Muss Genevieve Posey has re turned home Rev J T Watts who has been conducting the protracted meeting at the First Baptist Church for the last two weeks left for his home in Louis vllle on Saturday thence en route to his new pastorate at Ashland Ky Mr Watts has won a warm place in hearts of the people of this city WILL JOIN BY LETTER Anent the big meeting which has Just closed at the First Baptist Church little Miss Dorothy B pretty tot about five years old was talking to her mother about people joining the church which she had witnessed she remarked very gravely mamma when I get big I want to join the church Her mother replied Yes darling I hope you will be converted and baptized Huh said the little lady Im going to join by letter How close the little ones observe things that their elders never dream N Piles got quick relief from De Shoops Magic Ointment Rr member its mnde alone for Piles and it works with certainty and satisfaction Itching painful protruding or blind piles disap pear like magic by its use Try it and see All dealers LETTER LIST The following is the list of advertised letters for week ending Dec IB Burgess Mrs Foster Johnson Miss Lena Messer Victor Moore Jim Steward Miss Mary Thorn pson Mrs Lucy Warren Edward May IMesley Wilhite E D Wilson Miss Lizie Winbyler Ira E Wiil son Groin When calling for the above lette r please say advertised GEO L BARNES PM s1JUST WHAT OUGHT TO BE DONE Mayor Hume has issued the follow ing prolcamatlon which It would be well for all Interested parties to take Into careful consideration It is just what ought to be done Whereas acldents of a serious mature have frequently resulted in past llstolsnow by virtue of the authority vested In me as Mayor of the city of Frankfort all persons are ordered to re train front the discharge of such ex plosives on our streets except on De ember 25 when they may be used with due discretion The police are enjoined to inforce this order and ar rest all persons violating the same E E HUME Mayor iGBEUIESI 8DIF YET I Jackets Coats Rain Coats and skirts We must close loutIour readymade garments You will find astonishing prices Jackets S3 to S5 Coats 15 S750 9 and X10- r Undercuear and Flannels Childrens and Misses Suits 25c and 35c Ladies Vests Fleeced 25c each piece Ladies Combination Suits 35c 50 75c and X100 a suit These were bought before goodsrvance in F J IIEENEYJr AM READY TO MAKE THE B- ESTPHOTOS t And all Styles of Portraits and Groups at my new Gallery South Frankfort Bridge St Everything new Gall on the Reliable Photographer H G MATTERN j LADDERS AT COST1 jWe are rebuilding our Office and Warehouse and they are in the way 4Come and get one Hammond Go1 iW SURi MARRIED SMITHMARLOWE In this city on Tuesday Mr Henry Smih of Versailles and Miss bugIwere married by Rev IJD StuokerMILESJONESIn Ironton Ohio on Wednesday December 5 Mr Norman P Miles and Miss Ada Cole Jones were married by Rev Henry Brandt of the First Baptist Church Mr Miles is the oldest son of Mr Jas N Miles and wife of this city and is a valuedem ploye of the Adams Express Co running from Cincinnati to Huntington W Va on the 0 0 He is a fine manly Kentucky boy His bride is one of the pret tiest and most popular young girls of Kenova W Va The happy couple will reside in Newport Ky Hearty congratulaitons THOMAS ROGERSAt Evergreen Baptist Church on Wednesday Mr Frank Thomas and Miss Edna Rogers t were married by Rev O B Falls pastor of the church youngrt slaughter of the late Mr Albert Rogers TO BE TORN DOWN ifThe buildings belonging to the L J1k N R R Co on the corner of Ann ocupledriSmith Co and Mr Gus Lafontaine Iare to be torn down next month and notice has been served on the occu 15thyHONORED LADY PASSES AWAY IWe made mention in our last issueI of the paralytic attack sustained byi Mrs Emma Jillson and it now be comes our sad duty to announce her death which occurred on Wednesday nightMrs Jillson was 77 years of age but had retained her physical and mental vigor to an unusual degree She was the widow of the late Mr R B Jillson and is survived by three children Mr R B Jillson Mrs Geo Ireland nnd Miss Nellie Jillson and a host of warmly attached friends She had spent the whole of her lon and useful life in this city She was a quiet modest and useful member of society She was a devout member of the Episcopal Church and will be greatly missed The funeral services will be conduct ed from the family residence on High street at 11 oclock this morning Rev A B Chinn officiating after which the remains will be deposited in the family lot in our city of the dead FOLLOW THE FLAG andrthe Philippines health was the most Important consideration Willis T Morganretlred 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 took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump then 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 freefMOST SERIOUS ACCIDENT ON F C R R FOR YEARS The F C Railway sustained the first serious accident for years on Thursday afternoon A freight train was passing over an iron and wood combination bridge near Stamping uround when a car became derailed and crushed the support of the bridge carrying two other cars with It The strange part is that the engine and four cars had passed over safely and that eight cars were left on the track this side the break Only two of the derailed cars were loadedone with ryo and other with general merchandise The afternoon passenger train did not go out as the news of the wreck reached this city Just as the train was pulling out A working train and crew at once went to the scene accompanied by the officers of the road and worked night and day on the lit was bridgeIready for and trains go as THE NEW CHIEF JUSTICE When the Court of Appeals adjourns for the holidays it winds up the September term and also the two year term of Chief Justice J P Hob son as presiding judge of that court In the regular order of things Judge Edward C ORear becomes Chief Justice when the court reassembles in January He will have the short willgbe Chief Justice for two years Judge ORear is the only Republican judge upon the appellate bench r HOLIDAY SHOPPING DAYS r Are busy days and Xmas will soon be here Get the Gift Giving Spirit and the joyof the season will be yours SUITS AND CLOAKS Arc always nccoptnblo gifts Special values for Xmas week Lot 35 suits for 25 Lot 5 suits for 1665 Lot 1250 and ir suits for lS8 CLOAKS Special values 8 SlO 15 FURS Quality Furs at That Corey Scarfs to t5 Fox Boas 5 to 20 Mink Lynx Squirrel Scarfs and Muffs Chiffon Scarfs beautiful colorings to 5 4 f I IH iIJ c t t PURE FOOD COMMISSION CAME HERE The United States Pure Food Com mission came to this city on Wednes day evening On Thursday morning they visited the Hermitage and O F C distilleries to take observations as to the manner In which straight whisky is manufactured stored am1a improvedIt at this time like the straight whisky men are having their innings and that the blenders and rectifiers will be compelled to label their stuff just what It Is BADLY HURT Mr John Peeveler an employe atI the new State Capitol fell from building on Wednesday last and wasI badly hurt Necessary attention was rendered IjDOG BOOTSI There is on exhibition at the Frank ort Drug store n set of dog boots something entirely new in this sec tion They are of soft rubber and tended to be worn by a ladles pet dog when running about in the mud They slip over the feet and are to be button ed up several inches around the leg They were procured In Paris France by Capt Thos C Jones on his way home from Funchal Madeira Island Preventics as the name im plies prevent all Colds and Grippe stageItablets Preventics dissipate all colds quickly and taken early when you first feel that a cold is preventisafe for children as for adults Sold and recom mended in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by all dealers- iHENSON IDelayed Letter the little son Bodkin who has been very ill recovers quite slowly Mrs George L Mitchell and little daughter Madeline after an extended visit with her mother Mrs Morris near Hardinsvillo have returned home There is to be a wedding at Fair View shortly A charming young school teacher andbut I must wait till the time comes then youll know wbo Mr F Bodkin and family who have been spending tho mouth visiting relatives horoI OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER J fir KENTUCKY WHISKEY Frankfort Kentucky E ii OR Jr SONS Proprietors i i v VT Ii 1llM n GLOVES Long Gloves Short Gloves Fine Assortment HANDKERCHIEFS Absolutely tho best value at every price from 5c to 3 IForestMr Hartwoll Mitchell of Ills is visiting his brother Mr George L Mitchell this Thanksgiving Day is weekI is now only a memory but mas is coming nndwe will has chance to feast again Mr Irvine Hall and bride have returned from their wedding trip and will begin housekeeping in the near future in a cottage built in the city of Benson Mrs John Edge and daughters Misses Edyth and Lilafred were the guests of Mrs Sam Lacefield on Tuesday Since November 15th the hunter bandit has been very much in evidence and everything with fur or feathers wild or domestic perishes before the terrible onslaught BENSONITE TO AILING WOMEN A Little Sound Advice Will Help Many a Sufferer in Frankfort No woman can be findj well if the kidneys are sickiPoisons that pass off in the urine when the kidneys are well are retained in the body when the kidneys are sick Kidneys and bladder get inflamed and swollen crowding the delicate female organs nearby and some times displacing them This i the true cause of many hearing down pains lameness backache sidenche etc Uric poison also causes headache dizzy languor nervousness and rheut matic pains When suffering so try Doans Kidney Pills the remedy that cures sick kidneys You will get bettor as the kidneys get bettor and health will return when tho kidneys are well Lot a Frank fort woman tell you about Doans Kidney Pills Mrs Tinie Laglo of 527 N St Clair St wife of M D Lagle proprietor of barbor shop near the 5115 For some four or 0fivewas to be free from an aching book and the irregular action of the kiditys the samotime caused other symptoms which were very annoying and distressing Al though I tried different remedies 1 was unable to find anything that would do mo icily permanent good until I learned of Doans Kidney Pills and procured a box at J W Gayles drug store I had taken but a few doses of this good preparation when I real ized that I was regaining my health and ou a continuation of the treatment I found my condi tion so much improved as to be almost beyond belief For all of this I owe mythnnks to Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo Now York sole agents for the United States Remember thenama Doans and take no other ICASTORlABears ignature of A rti RUGS Make the best Xmns gift of all SILK PFTTICOATS Special 500- NOVELTIES i f Pin Cushions Postal Albums Comb Sets Beaded Bags Ink Stands Smoker Sets Chiun Cups c MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION ft Do Wolf Hopper in II Happy Ofier1l1gnt r lr rManagers theireand have fulfilled their pro 1 phesies that Happyland would be one of the scenic sensations t of the season The splendor of the gorgeous production is even youthfuldreams the graceful draperies of the cos tumes of the ladies together withtthe celestial soldierly uniforms of the tall munl men all x forfIh1iingmelodies permeate the ntmolvphere and saturate our inner linring being withmartial and rhyth matic feeling that compels the toes to tap in unison and the power of speech merrily raise the voice in a well known duplication- of the exquisite lyrics that are wrapped about the heart The other side of your inner self is aroused from its slumber and is soon joining in the merry melange mirth and melody And when you have tho theatre it is withra feeling that you have paid a duty that you have owed your self for the minutes have flown by with startling rapidity and andesame speed that your childhood fancies deargtransports you from this sordid serious monetary hemisphere tot land where there is naught butwhappinessYouusually tired brain worried to endingdeulandsfinal yourself in the realms of tho joy of childhood and the brain reposes for the night in an atmos phere of joyous bliss Happylaud with its tuneful music und its drive all aycare comedian original company numbering 100 people will in its entirety visit the Capital Theatre Christmas week December 29 rafLATEST STYLES IS WALLPAPER I have a full lino of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and ex amine stock C M BRIDGE FORD Main Street Opposite Engine House aatf Dr Codys Condition Powers are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier an vermifuge They are not food bf puthorsecents per package For sale by Jr Gayle and LeConipto Gayle A city to be healthy must keep its t sewer system in perfect order ToLbo well you must keep the human sewerage system in perfect order tho only way Father Williams Indian Tea or Herb Tablets 25 doses for 20c Come in and try a box and be con vincetl Frankfort Drug Co Druggists iitt t Frankfort RoundaDoui tEU at the postolllce at Frankfort Ken tuckv us stru miclass innilali matter = = n = r GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub l FRANKFORT DEC 15 1906 W ITO OUR SUJiSCRBIKRS f In a short time we will begin sending out our bills for subscrip tion to tho ROUNDABOUT We trust that our patrons will tuke time by the forelock and will pay up their arrearages befor- these reminders are sent to them There are a umber of our pa trans who owe us two or moro year- subscription and while thos may be small sums to thorn th 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 have to be cu off HORRIBLE DEATH One of the most heartbreaking accidents that has happened in his section occurred on Sunday morning last at the residence ot Mr Neeley Cook near the Old Omw Distillery- It seems that Mr Cook and his wife had gone out of the house for a short while leaving their threeyearold daughter playing around their room She must have gone too near the grate fire lfor shortly after they had gone out screams were heard from the child and a neighbor rushed in to find the little one enveloped in flames Tho neighbor seized a blanket from the bod and ex tinguished the flames but not before the child had been fatally injuredDrs Demaree and Coblin were All Kun Down aHIS is a common expres sion we hear on every side Unless there is some organic trouble the con dition can doubtless be remedied Your doctor is the bestadviser Do not dose yourself with all Kinds of advertised remedies get his opinion More than likely you need a concentrated fat food io enrich your blood and tone up the system Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is just such a food in its best form It will build up the weakened and wasted body when all Urgive it a trial it cannot hurt you It is essentially the best e possible nourishment for delicate r children and pale anaemic glrlsl We will send you a sample pictureInthe wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York SOc and All Drug J t MentalStrain Affected Gen IthIDoctors Doses WeaK ened Stomach Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me Dr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out with the cares nod anxieties of the sick room Read the following i have always been healthy with the ex mlaelast illness some ngo assisted in nursing my husband for nearly three months when he departed this life and the mental Asideemenced with sore throat and neuralgia My physician gave me purgative doses which weakened me very much and my stomach for a time seemed inactive Mental strain stomachs ineDreabout the house 1 continued their use until completely cured My faith in Dr Miles has been strengthened by experience of other ourdaulhter hay ing used Restorative Nervine with splendid results in a case of paralysis and a friend to whom I sent a box the AntiPain Pills ports that she has been completely cured of neuralgia by their use I know of a number of others whom yourmedicine has helped ma successtAll drucgists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind summoned and did nil they could for the sufferer but in vain and its death followed the same after noonThe sympathy of the whole neighborhood goes out to the afflicted parents in their deep sorrow LOOK OUT FOR IT The Elks have now in prepara tion for their annual operetta II King OKeefe in which the very best of our local musical talent is being whipped into shape by Mr Clark the musical expertWhen our musicians do under take to do anything they do it up brown and rival professionals in their work King OKeefe will be present ted in the near future Everybody is on the qui vive for it 1 TRAVELING ART GAL LI RY The Ladies Club were fortunate enough to obtain an oxhiibt of the Traveling Art Gallery of tho Federation of Womens Clubs in the new rooms of tho City School on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week It Horded a tare opportunity for our citizens to view some of the finest works of art now in- this country The Ladies Club deserve great credit for obtaining this display for the enjoyment for our citizens 5 NUISANCE THAT SHOULD 1JE ABATED Tho pavement belonging to tho city from the corner of Wapping and St Clair to tho bridge is a horrible condition It ifi in hills and hollows so that when a heavy rain falls there ore a score of puddles of water that tine nuisances especially to ladies passing that way One in parti culur is about five or six feet wide and nearly the saute in length which requires one in order to avoid it to walk clear out onto the brick carriage way T is was fully illustrated on IHmvyIattention of the city authorities- to this and suggest that it bo remedied before the hard winter weather comes on Later The big puddle has beet remedied but the little ones rennin JiI 5 STAMPING GROUND Wo have a beautiful new funeral ear Messrs Adams IManton tho uptodate under otIL pHOUIIII who has boon so IS improving Miss Daisy llockensmith one polarFlorence Easloy The physicians inn of Stewart Mason have opened ollices in tho Bradford building over Duvalls drug store aUld will practice as partners The Ladies Missionary Society of the Baptist Church will have an oyster supper at the Town Hall tonight Everybody invit ed to attend buyingsection He brought a drove of FridayInduringthoMessrs Duuvll Ham brick will soon open a stock of groceries in the Odd Fellows Building in the room recently occupied by Dv Crutchfield as his office He has removed to the Johnson Hotel Married December o at the residence of the bride by Rev Geo W Hill Mr Win A Richardson and Miss Cora Lee Newman both of Duvall Station The young couple went to Cincinnati on their bridal trip EquityFarmers ing with much success in obtain ing the signatures of tobacco growers for their to be de livered to the society Both the Society and the Tobacco Trust MaytheMr C T Duavll our hustling merchant was in Frankfort Wedneday UNO PASSED CIVIL SERVICE EXAM Messrs Alfred E Gottschalk and Adolph Wells of this city passed the civil service examina tion for the internal revenue sor vice in September and are now on the eligible list for vacancies in that service +BUYS DESIRABLE HOME Col Jos Rupert of the Rupert Grocery Co has purchased the residence of Mrs Alice Violett corner of Shelby and Third streets Price private Messrs Shelton Morris the real estate dealers made the deal They Stand Alone Standing outln bold relief all alone oponIbilitated ncrvousII rundown pain racked women and Dr Pierces Golden remedyjliver or biliousness till catarrhal affections whether of the stomach bowels kidneys bladder nasal passages throat or other mu cous passages also as an ellcctlvo remedy for all diseases arising from thin watery or blood as scrofulous and skin bottlo of tho above medicines bears upon Its wrapper a badge of hon In tho full list of Ingredients com EIiUlls11Ithese medicines In a class rill by thciii selves and Is the best guaranty of their merits They cannot ho classed as patent nor secret medicines for they are neither bcliiy of known ct ittmnltlon Dr Pierce feels that he win afford to take the allllcted Into his full confidence and lay all tho ingredients of his medi cines freely before them because these Ingredients era such as arc endorsed and most strongly praised by scores of the most eminent medical writers as cures for the diseases for which those medi cines aro recommended Therefore the allllcted do not have to rely alone upon Dr Pierces recommendation as to tho curative value of his medicines for cer tain easily recognized diseases A glance at tho printed formula on each bottle will show that no alcohol and no harmful or habitforming drugs enter Into Dr Pierces medicines they being wholly compounded of glycerlc extracts of tho roots of native American forest plants These aro best and safest for euro of most lingering chronic dis eases Dr R V Pierce can bo consulted FUEE by addressing him at Buffalo and all communications aro regarded as sacredly confidential It is as easy to bo well us illandmuch moro comfortable Constipation is the cause of many forms of Illness Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets euro constipa tion They aro tiny sugarcoated gran ules One little Pellet is a gentle laxa tive two a mild cathartic in medicines sell them Pleasant to take I 1 i lt Tute t- Laxative J 1rt 1 5ItJ t NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPAtIONIiJ Ask t Your Doctor jiAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are l 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 j LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege 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 Y our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thanIany other you have tried 71 ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE j fc Tobacco Bellows Blowers f Hoes Forks SpadesSZ Cradles and Fingers itv Scythes and Snatches 31 Scythe Stones Wheelborrows t Thresher Machine Oil TarpaulinsI i Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG hd Hardware Paints Oils EtctI Value JOHN DR1SOOLL Quality The Leading Grocer Tho Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky IInnd Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place IadeIJOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky FINE STALLION SOLD TO GO TO RUSSIA Messrs W J Y II Lewis of Woodlake this county have sold to Capt A A Tsohemendn of St Potorfiubrtf Russia tho noted trotting stallion Gen For rest 208 by Allerton 209i dam Mist 229 by King Rone Price private CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- SlDaturtl of Dr Wearers Treatment SlnpplUUL me blood CeratbealIl8k1De nyW d ANlEDfentlomulI or Jndyilwith good reference to travel by rail or with a rig for a firm of t jpel42Om Pr Weavers Syrup Toupee the blood i kale fctoknent tot tile eW l KILLTHI COUCH hI AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery hj FOR cONSUMPTION Prico BOcSIOO Free Trial and Quickest Cure for all ISureat and LUNG TROUB MONEY BACK t wti ffi7 eJJ7E1f 11 1iof AegefablcPreparatlonforAsy linghc5tomachsandBowelsof IF II Promotes Di eshonCheerM- YtessandBesC6ontalnsneiflierr i Morphine norhlineral- NOT NARCOTIC t tUDSINIlDJJ1f3I1 se edenn If rI eSiM ReoewLiar aa JonslipalionWormsConvulsionsFeverish t ness andLoss OF SLEJ FacSimile Signature of II NEW YORK III iTEXACT COWYQY WBAEPEB Jt I tti1 pCORKERS AND TWISTERS By Mrs OHoulihan rUBaldheaded Ike having re ceived a commission from President Roosevelt to go out to Mon IndiIk ans on s requested the writer to tempora rily fill his plncoin furnishing oc casional paragraphs on scattered subjects to the Baldheaded RoundahoutI boy in Arizona his sculp in a fight with the t Piute Indians came East to got some hair medicine to restore the Leadcovering on his shiny pate During his visit he saw and fell in love with a redhaired girl who Jived in Bald Knob Precinct renamed Sally Ann Tabitha Boose Peachblossom find married her on condition she would not pull his hair if they fell out To this agreement she yea yoad taking tho chances that the hair medicine wouldnt work iiOniug to tho supposed pre- valenceI of laws to suppress the illicit sale of liquor in Frankfort r by which all blind tigers have censed to worry tho prosecuting attorneys a company ot adven turous spirits is being organized to establish an underground beer garden and saloon at the mouth of Devils Hollow the entrance will bo through a narrow tunnel in tho solid rock DO feet long d foot high and so narrow that a man larger than Jimmy ODon hell could not pass A solid iron door a foot thick will guard the entrance witha niche in the wall for it to swing into when open The door lock will bo oper I ated by an electric wire attached to a battery in charge of the sentinel at tho inner end of the tunnel A round hole at the top of the door covered by plate glasses will enable tho suntinel to ievr tho applicant for entrance r Tickets of admission will bo furl uishnd all degree patrcns Prose cuting attorneys judges policemen State officers councilmen tho mayor governor and Wingato Thompson will bo furnished with free tickets but nothing than soda water ginger strongorI ticed tea will bo furnished CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the I Signatureof I r The Kind You Have Always Bough- tICASTORIA t their stay in this subterranean gardenAt end of the tunnel room- will be carved out of the rook with musicstand rooktop tables counters and shelving ice chests and storage vaults Elec trio lights from the ceiling and walls will make the interior bright as day A large sleeping room will contain fifty cots and provisions will be stored for a months siege in case oftIIi at tempted rad by Noel Gaines Percy Haley the President of the Temperance League or other antisaloon agitators Dynamite boring tools and other appliances will be kept on hand to open a now tunnel to the outer world ifn protracted seige of suppression is attempted No soft drinks will be served except to prosecuting attorneys police etc Insurance policies of protection will be issued at low rates by tho new company All noted brands all popular drinks all new stealth elixirs fur nished at tho subterranean bar A hogsnead of beer issued free every Saturday night Positively no Government State County or City license will bo recognized hythis new company a copy of whoso prospectus was left with us by Baldheaded Ike before ho started West to corral the Indians the entrance to this splendid resort is now being cleared away by Barretts rock crusher VALENTINE FAIR Tho Ladies Committee of the Y M C A advortiso that they will hold a Valentino Fair on February Ith to 14thnnd request all friends of tho Associa tion to wait and see their supply of Valentines before purchasing olsoworo MrTREES PLANTS VINI SII Our General Catalogue of rniti thud Ornamental Trees Evergreens Shrubs Grapo Vinos Rhu barb Asparagus Small Fruits etc is now ready on application Wo employ no agents but sell direct to tho planter II F HILLEN MEYER SONS Lexington Ky Sept 20 mfr tW rr THE ONLLJ KITCHEN CABINET Foy- Economical Women Is the onll that lust n lifet and yet is not hiylipricuil That tho McDouyiUl Ate economical women know it Tho MeDonjjall puople mnku and sell live Unit Ins many kitchen cnhincte us any other cr0 Why Simply liucnusu they make them bettor McDougall Kitchen Cabinets Arc not highpriced 1800 to 2800 There are imitations that sell for less But the McDougall is always a blessing mooseIR ROGERS SONS SOLE AGENTS Frankfort Ky HARVIELAND Hog killing is all the go Mrs John Penn spent Friday with Mrs F E Browner Dr Martin spent Thanksgiving in Frankfort Mr and Mr Milton Smith spent Sunday last ith Mr and Mrs Joshua Allen Can any of you correspondents inform me whether Mr Charlie Downey has found his 015 Sundayschool at he Hurvieland Methodist Church every Sunday morning at 980 oclock Every one is cordially invited TuesdaydMr and Mrs Willie Chism spent several days last week with his brother Mr Manley Chism at Bagdad Mr John Nichols of Frankfort spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister Mrs Joshua Allen Mr Sam Wiley purchased Mr L S Lewis farm selling his to Mr Lloyd Smith of St Johns pikeMr and Mrs Otto Lee gave a delightful party last Wednesday night Also Mr and Mrs Dock Lewis gave a dance on Saturday night of the following week What a fine time we are having and Xmas is coming and are ex pecting more If you want to hear the latest news sign for time Frankfort Roundabout ROXY ANN HARVIELAND NEWS By Another Correspondent Are you looking for Santa Clause if so sign for time Roundabout and then you will know where to buy the cheapest Mr Roily Somones spent Wed nosday last with his mother Mrs metric Semones Mr Jack Ellis has built a now feed barn ILhe American Society of Equity IndigestionStomach IB Itself u trio disease Wo think ot Dyspepsia Heartburn uiul Indigestion real diseases yet they Bro symptoms only of u certain speeltlc Nerve sickness nothing It was this fart that tlrst correctly led Dr Shoop In tho creation of that now very popular Stomach Remedy Dr Slumps Itestoratlvo Going direct to tho stomach nerves alone brought that success and favor to 1r Shoop and his Itestoratlve With out that original and highly vital principle no such lastlntaccomplUhments were Over to bo had For stomach distress bloating biliousness bad breath and sallow complexion try Dr Shoop- sttomtiveTablets or Liquid ami see for your eeU what it eau and will do We sell and cheer billy recommend Dr Shoops Restorative IALL DEALERS I8f riJ 4IJt LET US FIGURE FOR YOU The cost of Painting and Repairing your Vehicle i tpendedthe time to have your vehicle overhauled and paintedifSeller Carriage X- trVERSAIIdrES j KY H K WARDPresident YJSec GET BUSY USE PRIDE OF MADISON FLOURNEVEU Ask your grocer We carry a full line of liny straw oats com feed seeds and produce HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones t ni is porgro sing nicely Tnoy mlt every Thursday night at the Ihol MIr and MM Van spent Sunday with Mr BrnwllorI Willie Goins Tho Smith Brothers have begun sawingt tit their new mill at Har vieland Mr Riley Brewer of Frank fort bought the Goggle farm His son Elmer will move in tho The near rnPidly1two as they have a large stock for Santa Claus IMr fJS Lewis has purchased F E Lewis farm and will move there tho first of March Mr Willis Jenkins moved to his new homo Monday last up C M mvir tho Big Eddy This gives Mr Van Browner a chance to move to his now homo which he bought from Mr Willis Jenkins Mr Charles DOlw called on Miss llattio Lewis Sunday last We are glad to hear that Mr Sum Wiley near the Methodist Church will move in our vicinity sh rtlyMr Jimmy calledon Miss y Stella Swnones Sunday evening last Miss Bessie Coons of Frankfort spout Thursday last with Miss r Maggie Smith BLUE EYES OASTORIA Bears the Aina Bout IDONT PUT OFF YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING ANY LONGER TIME IS SLIPPING BYLLadies Gold Filled t Watches 1000 to 2000 Solid gold 1800 to 7500 Gents filled watches 850 to 1000 Solid gold 2500 to 15000 boys watches L50 to 500 Chains Fobs Pins Buttons Bracelets Neck Chains Lockets Rings Cut Glass Pitchers Bowls Nappies Sugars and Creams Celery Dishes Punch Bowls Sherbert Cups Oyster Cocktail Glasses Tumblers Brush With Comb to- Match in Lined Box Only 4 I KAGINIn this city on Tuesday Mrs Elizabeth Kagin age 66 years from a stroke of paraly sis L Mrs Kagin was a splendid woman energetic loving true And tender She was a devout Christian and member of the First Presbyterian Church She arose that morning at her usua hour and went about her domestic duties at the home of her son inlaw Mr L Suppinger and was stricken when alDne Her grandchildren discovered her condition and physicians were at once summoned but without avail as she did not recover consciousness and passed away in a short time Mrs Kagin s maiden name was to this country By her first hus band Mr Christian Webor shej had two sons August and Louis Weber By her second husband Mr Albert Sutterlin she had two children Mr Fred Sutterlin and Mrs Louisa Neff By he third husband Mr Urban Kagin I aho had five childrenMr Carl Kagin Mr G E Kagin Miss Emma Kngin and Rev Edwin Kagfn Miss Emma married Mr Lamert Suppinger nnd has passed away leaving five small children and with whom Mrs Kagin bu Jbeen living and tenderly caring f jfor ever since their mother died f Mrs Kagin was universally be loved by al who knew her- The funeral services were con ducted from the First Preshyter ian Church on Thursday morn ing at 1080 oclock Rev Dr J McCluskey Bla yney former pas tor conducting the services 1894 Rogers Knives and Forks 450 per set Selberts Special Knives and Forks 350per set Basting Dishes from 400 up Bread Trays 250 up Sugar Cream or Spoon Holder 250 up Water Pitchers Water Sets Tea Sets Candle Sticks Candelabras Fern Dishes Chafing Dishes Set Like IVdL A SELBERT DEATHS marIried Above Only 750 NELSONIn Newport on Monday night at the residence of his son Mr W A Nelson Mr yearsl of Mr Chas E Nelson of this city and of the late Mr C A Nelson He was a pioneer cooper in this section and lived for many years at Richmond and Silver Crsek in Madison county He was an upright honorable gentleman in 1all his dealings He leaves three sons Messrs William Charles and George Nelson to mourn his death IThe remains were brought here on Wednesday morning The funeral took place from the Cemetery Chapel conducted by Rev J 0 A Vaught of the Methodist Church and the interment was in the family lot in our cemeter- yCULTERIn this city on Saturday morning Mrs Malvina J Culter wife of Mr Henry Cul ter nearly 83 years IMrs Culter was a modest ear devoted Christian a member of the Methodist Church girlhoodrShe was raised in Ohio andwu IimurriQd to her husband in 1848 union was a peculiarly happy one There were born to them four sons of whom three Messrs J H Culter W M Cul ter Sr and E H Cultor devotsed husband survive to mourn the deathof it self sacrificing and devoted wife fluid mother For more than 25 years Mrs Culter had been practically nn invalid but through it all she was cheerful and uncomplaining- at the d ealings of her Heavenly Father and when her pastor asked as regards her hopes for the great beyond she cheerfuUy tes IW ii1T ri tt tified to the power of redeeming grace and peacefully passed to her home on high with the happy expression Ohl yes All is wellThe funeral services were con ductedon Sunday afternoon from the family residence on Logan street by Rev J O A Vaught of the Methodist Church and the remains were laid away in the family lot in our city of the dead Messrs C C Furr Clarence Gayle W H Jeffries A B Ham mond Geo A Lewis and J B Lewis were the pallbearers LeCOMPTE In this dtyon Thursday Mrs Ellen LeCompte wife of Mr Wm LeCompte aged 07 years of acute rheumatism Mrs LeCompte was a devout member of the Methodist Church She leaves a husband and four heIr The funeral services were con ducted from the residence of her son on the South Side yesterday at 12301x m by Rev J 0 A Vaught and the interment was at Antioch Church- CHURCHILL =At lifer home Irt AmellHlate Hon Saml B Churchill aged 87 years Mrs Chuichlll was a charming and gracious lady of the old school well known to our older people because jof her residence In this city when her distinguished husband was Secretary of State FOR RENT A cottage of four rooms ten minutes walk to town Also four acres of to bacco land Apply to Rev Thos N Arnold at Montrose Nov 304t OASFOXlXASeArl BignatUII of A Blogtt ra Early Risers The tawMw lIttie pills L 0 Special Four Piece 1 Tea Set 5001Special five piece Tea Set 2000 Clocks Umbrellas Operp Glasses Fountain Pens u Sterling Silver Knives Forks Spoons Tea Sets Fruit Bowls Bread Trays Pitchers Silver Novelties and Toilet Ware Set like above only 10 I r Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair Street IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD X rIr STOP THE SPITTING ON PAVEMENTS We have noticed on several oc casions lately groups of men standing upon the corners of prominent streets and expectorating tobacco ambler all over the pave ments to the disgust of ladies and the detriment of their skirts This is a growing evil It would be a good idea for the City Council to follow the example of other cities and pass an ordinance inflicting a substan tial fine for the offense graded from a small fine for the first of fense to a larger one for succeed ing offenses Then it would bo up to the police to see that the ordinance was strictly enforced and thus produce cleanliness es pecially at the street corners in place of the present disgusting streams of am bier running from 0110 side of the pnvrn0Pf to the otherWe know we voice the senti ments of the ladies of our city in this platter NOTICE sleekholders ttponthetween the hours of 10 Oclock tit m and 4 oclock p in for the purpose cf electing directorsE SAMUEL President Dec 84t- RIGHT ANKLE BROKEN n Miss Kate ONun of Peaks Mill was out riding in company with a lady friend on Wednesday The horse ridden by her friend became fractious and kicked at the animal Miss ONan was rid ing striking the young lady on the right ankle breaking the bone Surgical attention was rendered t4 IwIJ rotJ i4 h i tno i HOLDUP ARTIST STILL AT WORK The holdup fiend is still at work in this city and getting bolder than ever He held up a young man by the name 01 Hampton on Wednesday eveningilust after 6 oclock in the L R Yards It looks like this thing tought to spuelchcd Why not i WANTED q Furnished rooms for light housekeeping by man and wife Apply at Roundabout office genuineLaxative i the remedy that citron n cold la eae day RAILRADkSOUTH EQUIPPED WIT- HAUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS 11aND i 11 SOUTHERN RAILWAY IROit CINCINNATI TO ILL IIPOftTIJIT CITIESSo- uthSoutheast 811 SouthWastNO- ME1FEKEA tI wJ lilt ACH f01NTS l For Information and Rate Addrer- K c KINO C P dr TAa111 E Main St Lexinltoll K7IW QARRETI Oeaaal Manage w c RINEARSON 0 P Clllduatl O i JL I r s ATTENTION BUILDERS K j NOW IS BARN BUILDING TIME M IK 1t 307309 Main St Rev A H Chinn rector will conduct services ns follows 980 a ni Sunday school 11 n m Prayer and Sermon 780 p in Evening Prayer and Sermon Wednesday evening prayer at jIO pm Everybody Invited to attend BAPTIST CHUHCHUev Dr M U J Adams the pastor will preach at a 1L anti 7JO p SundiiyRClioul at 045 in the chapel Baraca class at 015 a m taught by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 700 p meet ng Wednesday evening at invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHUHCHKev C nHudson pastor will preach at a m at 1i30 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel Prayer meetlng Wednodny evening at 730 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at oclock Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a nL High Muss at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p rug k Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Dr H E Dosker of Lonlsville will preach at a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at tt30 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 030 p m Prayer nwetiiig Wednesday evening at 780 p Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev JO- A Vaught the pastor will preach at a m and 730 ji Sundayschool lM5 a Kpworth League at 545 Prayer meeting IIn at 745 p Everybody invited to SOUTHERN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe the pastor will preach at a m and 730 p m Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 045 a m tr Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at f SOp i c1RSunday school every Sunday afternoon Everybody invited PRETTY SURGEON VIOLINIST WEDS Omaha Nov 2IA romance which started in San Francisco last June culminated in Trinity Cathedral hero Friday when Leonard Samuel Hughes an army surgeon who was recently stationed in San Francisco was woil led to Argyni Knstaron the pretty Greek violinist of the Orpheum cir cult Their engagement has been Kept so secret that even their friends and as sociates knew nothing of it Hughes t arrived in Onmlm this morning and hurried arrangements were made for the ceremony Friends front the the Yt titer accompanied the couple to the cathedral and witnessed the rites and the Happy bride hurried hack front the church to the theatre to prepare for her part In tonlgnts programme- Mr Stevens a cousin of the bride was present at the wedding Dean fleecier performed the ceremony Hughes gave his residence as Frank fort Ky and Miss Kastron whose real name Is given on the license ns r Marguerite Mbrcecles Von Fritsc said jy her home was in San Francisco Dr Leonard Hodges Hughes is the r oldest son of Mvins W Hughes and wife of Woodlake this county He Is a surgeon in the lL S Army He and his bride will visit his parents in near future L Mr Weaver Treatment tynp for tIe blood rateforiklaen pUou l r It J v c Dont Neglect Your Roof BUT BUY ONLY THE BEST We carry a Full Line of V Roofing One and Two Ply Roofing Three Ply Felt Roofing cetSOWER CO RELIGIOUSASCENSION chapelr chorel inr 111Iattendi PRESBYTERIAN mI Jtho Crimp Steel Floroid P CDIVORCED AND RESTORED MAIDEN NAME The ond has como to a romance of the long ago when Mrs Canada Rodman Hindman was grante a divorce from Col Biscoe Hind man of Louisvil le on Wednes day She was restored hor maiden name of Canada Rodman This couple wore sweethearts sehoolIIto a pretty romance NOTICE TO LAWYERS The Goo A Lewis Publishing House has made a specialtyof legal printing such as lawyers briefs notices etc Our long experience in this line makes us es pecially well fitted to execute such work with accuracy and dispatch Prices as low as the lowest Give us your work PROMISING YOUNG MAN AD MITTED TO BAR Mr Leslie W lorriof city went to Burlington onI Tuesday and way examined Circuit Judge B F Monefoe as Ito his qualifications to practice law Under the new law an up hU81iny one an average of 75 passes Our young friend obtained tn average of DO pur cent Ho is a finoI young follow and we wish great success ill his chosen profession A FAMOUS EMEDY T cured MYcoiiRh with German tynyl- He wrote to Dr n C Green An as true as I tell von doctor dear Im eelin finer than ever Ire beea rIqThe poor consumptive should the victim of as he often It maniIfestsbolic medicine that is made specially for the cure of consumption and has a world wide fame as a certain remedy for catarrh colds sore throat uei all bronchial affections in old and young qIt is sold in all civilized countries has been famous as a consumption curs for almost half a century qTrial bottle 250 Big bottle 750 At all druggists throughout the world a For sale by J W Gayle t ADAMS EX PRESS COMPANY Superintendents OHice Cincinnati Dec 10 1906 iThe following suggestions are as very necessary to success dful shipping by express during the holiday season 1 Ship your packages early to comIDont Open Until Christmas packagedChristmas and the additional pleasure to the recipient of the- gift of having it Christmas morn lUg packingdamageisshipment is lost or damaged the express company will pay for it but that will give your friend no pleasure 8 Write the address in hill county street and number on the box with ink or crayon Tags are frequently torn oft and lost 1 If you want to prepay theI charges write the word Paid in largo letters on the package 6 Insist upon a receipt Mud see that the amount paid is on the pnckngoIfollowing the prefix From and enclose a card in the package bearing your address that you may bo notified in the event of lOof consignees address 7FO 3I1IItie with a strong curd- S If package contains anything of perishable nature write the plainjinsure special attention for its livery dcI 8ugIIassuring prompt delivery of your gift in good condition Yours truly K SANFOKDSuperintendent DEADLY SERPENT BITS Are as common in India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For the latter however there is a sure remedy Electric Bitters the grout restorative medicine of which S CIIICIIliver Electric Bitters cure chills and fever malaria biliousness lame muck kidney troubles and bladder dlsl orders Sold on guarantee by all druggists Price nee IA BRILLIANT SIGHT Mr ilA rotter the accomplished photo artist has recently had placed in his photographic studio on St Clair street a very brilliant arc elecl trio light by the aid of which he can print his photographs and make sit tings at night as well as on the bright est day The light Is very white and steady and just suited to the purpose Witu one of these lights installed the skylight can be dispersed with J ir DANDY DIXIE MINSTRELS Greatest Colored Aggregation CnpitalThentre ber 18 Following an almost preeedent ed run at the Now York Theatre Roof Garden last summer Voelnkel Nolans latest otter ing the Dandy Dixie Minstrels will he the attraction at the TuesdayDecember ance only The Dandy Dixie Minstrels is said to be the largest organization of colored performers on tour this season comprising 10 come dians singers dancers and musi duns together with the famous 5 Cotton Pickers Bandof solo musicians IDandywith a new and novel spectacular first part for which the elaborate mountings and electrical effects are said to have cost in the neigh borhood of 10000 In this part of the enertainment James Crosby the inimitable comedian known as the Tall Talker is the principal end man The olio is replete with specially imported European feature acts of which the most noted are Campbell Bros an original Rag Time Comedy Musical Act Toney Trio DareDevil Acrobats Benny Jones the toms Teaser Richard Barrett the Greatest WootenIthe famous Cotton Pickers Band directed by Robert Leach tho colored Creature following the Dixie College Rangers rendition of Varsity Class Songs there is to bo a buck danco con test upon to all comers for valua bit prizes Following this extensive olio tho performance concludes WI thJa furiously funny fantasy Fowl Deed in which Charles Williams assisted by the entire company the loading l omI oily roll of Judg Yaoo uftord ing the funniest colored man alive an opportunity to render his parodies Edit laughable mono logue Directly following thc Aincr ican engagements of the Dandy Dixie Minstrels which conclude June no 1107 thu company will make a tour to u rope Isms South Africa Manila Hawaii and return via sill 11anCl eIAEntire balcony oOc Ie for colored people Gallery 2oe Entire lower floor 7nc Seat sale opens at liarrettta Saturday 1II01l11Jg To have beautiful perfect pink1 velvetlike lips apply at bedtime a light Dating of Dr Shoopsj Green Salve Then next innmi ing notice carefully the ulToot lipIill appearing Dr Snoops Green Salvo is a soft ointment that will quicklyeorI met any skin blemish or ailment Get a free trial box at our store glassjjars t t 1 ft 1mh k t I307309 Main St FEARS OF BLOOD POISON IMr Alex Moore un employe of the Ice Co stepped on a rusty f nail lust week which entered his foot The wound has developed ia serious aspect and blood poison is fearedIf n at the Sneeze Stage cundyrnhlctwiltcheck an approaching cold or La grippe When you first catch cold or feel it coming olltuko Dr Snoops Preventics and the prompt effect will certainly sur prise and please you Preventics t snl liUP1ly the proverbial ounce of prevention Sold in cent und5cent boxes by all dealers WORK SUSPENDED FOR WINTER f The grading force on the Frank fort and Versailles Traction pine with the exception of the quarry men has been lllicton until spring THE OLD HEILBLEf The old reliable firm of n K McClure Son give notice in to days paper of their readiness to supply the demands of their cus tamers Mud the public generally goodsforWhen you buy from MulCure yuck now your purchases are guar anteed to be just as represented If you dont believe it try it on + iSLJT TO DIVIDE FARM The heirs of the late Mr Jae A Holt who owned the finu turntknown as the Hurry Todd farm bolus the two nieces of Mr have brought suit for a division of the furor Mud a cou williIDeWlit Early RlsereIThe famous little pills PUBLIC SALi Having dispossed of my farm will offer at public auction on the TuesdayDecember of household and kitchen furniture which is very desirable and service but too numerous to enumerate lso a lot of fanning implements Sale to begin at 10 oclock a m snll11TormsCash in hand MRS W B RODMAXlD A PRTBRS Dec 2t lRYlvhcdulejed to change without notice Limited for Louisville Nashville Mem SouthwestI For Washington Baltiiiiiire Philadel phia Sew York Kichmond Old Point and Norfolk 101B A M and 801 P X Daily IMyr r r t 0 fS1OREOPEN UNTIL 830 EVERY EVENING UNTIL CHRISTMAS f is 1Irg At the McClure Store j The Holiday spirit Prevades the Entire McClure storeJr- Never have stocks been so large and selections so pleasing We have used every exertion to make this Christmas at McClures S pleasurewhether j SmokingIDress Suit Cases and Bags The leather goods store probably deserves first mention for the stocks of Bags Dress Suit Cases und Trunks are really unusual in completeness and variety From a sole leather Case at 500 up to the luxurious leather lined and fitted Case at 3000 there is everything a traveler could desire and a handsome piece of travelers goods is something every man or woman desires Smoking Jackets and Bath Robes I Get a man in the habit of wearing these and lie will remember the particular gift which starts him in the habit with more pleasure than any Christmas remembrance ever given him And then the 1selectiol1 here from which to choose Bath Robes beginning at 400 Smoking Jackets at 500 and then up to 1200 It will find a sureISilk Handkerchiefs Linen Handkerchiefs Its worth a trip to the McClure store just to see the colored Silk Handkerchiefs Pattern after pattern here beginning at 25c and on up to 200 and eachmore striking than the other Whatever you overlook dont fail to see these gorgeous Silk Handerchiefs Their splen did qualities in plain white silk so pleasing to many men at from 25c to 15G Then beautiful Sheer Linen Handkerchiefs at 25c 35c and 50c 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 bring a smile to the face of a man or woman lucky enough to receive a pair for Christmas Leather and felt Slippers are herein great variety and all at moderate prices Magnificent Silk Umbrellas Umbrellas 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 ofsterling 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 hand carved 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 profusionThenwhite predominate in colors and they are all long and full enough to give the wearer ample protection Ties 25c to 200 Mufflers 50c to 300 Suspenders and Sox Holiday Suspenders in appropriate boxes at 50c 100 and 150 Fancy Sox which always come in right for Christmas at 25c and 50e Shirts and Gloves Ever know a man who had enough of either Plain and pleated bosom Shirts here in novelties especially suited for Christmas at 100 tl to 200 Special cape and mocha Gloves at 100 Townes at 200 and up warm fur lined at 350 and 500 OHRISTlUAS NOVELTIESNow read this closely for hero is the greatest money saving opportunity we have ever been able to offer Christmas novelties at 60c on the dollar because carried over Last Christmas our store was so crowded that we were unable to even unpack great part of our holiday goods so this season our store bring oven more crowded wo have fixed up a roam upstairs with all those pretty things we could not show last season They are juntas fresh and perfect as if bought this season A great part of them were not on display last seasontbut the 1TcClurc policy of absolutely fair dealing says mark thorn at very low figures Just because carried over Now that room j upstairs is full of about as many pretty Christmas things as you ever saw You have no idea of how many gifts them are the prices JUST 60 PER CENT OF THEIR VALUE 1 And there is almost every thing imaginable from a 25c Basket to a1500 Toilet Set and every article at just GO per cent of its real value Come early while the prettiest things are all here and while you cats shop in leisure not possible later on Handsome Vases Jardineres Baskets Toilet Sets Manicure Sets Mirrors Medallions Ink Stands Paper Weights Albums Handkerchief Boxes Glove Boxes Pictvro Frames Dolls r R K McClure Son it j I ht jt ii fAyl Jt k7s 4ttf JIr t u