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P Y nJJT r P rr 4 frrf rprlt rWl r i fIti J I THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS rs 110 In Adunce = u uu VOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DECEMBER r- uCUCO No If Written for the Rnundabout1 STOKE WALLS AND COlNTR YI LIFE Johns boys wtro very compai ionable they kew with remark able clearness tin names of tho woodland trees and tho manne of perpetuation How the Karl i growing on the north sido WIIS always thickest and if tIll weather was going to be very cold and severe tho engthened the limljH shadowsI and the white trunk e P tholgoosowith tho two logs Stirling up th rabbits and laughing merrily over tho ineffectual attempts of tho small pup to overtake tin larger dog in tho race for life Those were happy days Indeed tho three weeks visit will he among the sweetest memories of my life School days alone separated tho outofdoors enjoyment with the boys The Gordon school claimed my frionds who seemed delighted with the presi dent and the faculty but were averse to study or much discipline They preferred to their ponies or walk with ridoI Jocnllfishormnn legend In tho early history of the county on the ground which is now covered by the pond stood an old grist mill Some say handmash whisky was the one product and the influence ofI the drug was sown ill disorder and reaped even to this dry In the year 1811 an earthquake destroyed the mill site and a subterrenean river covered the whole valley Whore tho old mill stood the depth of tho water is unfathomed The old road to Lexington ran through this spot across the country and ninny interesting stories are told of the old taverns and the people who were travelers The ruins of old Red Stone Hall were visited and we heard the story of Marion Gray which book was afterward read with pleasure On Saturday walked to tho small meetin house where the assembly had met The congregation con sisted of men and women living in the near neighborhood Some coming a foot and others rid ilig or driving in comfortable style The young hey who had welcomed me at the first gave mo welcome now 11111a 8itt in a pew near tho pulpit This altar for worship was tall severe and formidable in its dark onvestitures and the minister arose clad in jeans from head to foot His shirt front was immaculate mado of linen homespun und sewed by hand Tho stock collar high anti clerical with a deep IIthincheek straight uquelino nose sad eyes of brown and hair worn long over his shoulders- I could not tall if ho wero an old or a man ot tender years until ho spoke His voice us1 clear and melodious ringing among the lark rafters and down tho aisles like he music one hears a sea Instinctively I respected his alike and revered tho man His reading was an inspiraion so delighfully unexpected that I sat contentIt exquisitely toldthe story so old anti yet so new 11inon memory Just a bit of Bible history about the tragedy in a garden Tho Masters faith in tho three watch ers and how frail they were The trial of human endurance and its sequence Tho end of suffering I followed him with pulsing heart and saw with no earthly vision the three crosses with Jesus in the midst I too been as one of these a sinner conI iotnd I too would moot Hiii in Paradise What blessed UHI ofIsort or prayer tho joy of believing minister gave me his hand at an introduction I introduced myself His name was Blanton and ho was not tho resident pastor hut a passerby evangelist II recognized his gift of prophecy I know that some day ho would find his Gothsemane and his rest but wo would meet no more The congregation dispersed sonic giv me pleasant greeting others only curious glances and so it is in every walk of life but ifI inejunction as often as yo have done a kindness to tho least of these my brethren ye have done it unto me no aching heart would go unresponsive no lonely footsteps unattended but all would bo friends in His name and burdenbearers for one another- Returning down the pike I stopped for a drink of stator n the home of the two orphans tiI One of tho children brought water to mo in a clean gourd She had been crying mild her face was flushed as if in auger To repliedItel giv me no IBut Old Santa will bring it and present in your stocking faithIaint no- Ii Santa She said that Well sho dont know anything and the dear old Christmas giver is just as real as I am and as certain to come to todnyIchild was radiant with hope SJio ran to whisper the secret to Ilwr brother bringing him shy and timid to my side He was only a bit of a boy but my heart goes out to boys for the sake of one who sleeps in the far off southland my little boyand I clasped him to my breast with a sweet assurance of loco and sym pathy to which they gave earnest heed JamieI said God loves you and his anger watch over your pathway and guide your stops Do not let little sister cry Make her laugh and sing like theI birds Santa Claus told me ho youIButton She no doubt needs comfort ton That I does Miss Nell With all tho work of keepin house and thorn hoarders cumin in at all hours day an night wel nigh sots mo crazy Those lucre childI ren haunt so worse as others hut they lOts bother the life nit of mo talkin orbout Christmas They must a had lots of fun befo their mammy died po things Yes Miss Button it is a sad certainty We are going to lot old Santa Glaus know the children are hero and you too must hang up your stocking with theirs Lot mo toll you a little 1 wiped dishes as wo talked i Once upon a tim a young Mother thought to teach her child a bountiful lesson of humanity She filled his pockets with imngillluy kisses which ho dis nbiited with a charming sweet loss when he went on his daily I walks It was when he was plnct lug mo of them on tho h writer with his own tender little hands that the mother said o hor I shall teach my boy I the whole world loves him I am tired of hearing of tho oil My son shall learn the good of hum unity Ho shall have faith I knew by tho expression on Miss Buttons face that sho understood Henceforth thec hildreu would find a mothers Dare l they would bo led to roach IAn heavens gate wtJ os i i In the beautiful path coot t to wait X S COX December 8 1005 K1VJ3K ON RAMPAGE limo almost continuous rains of Saturday Sunday and Sunday night caused all tho small streams in this section to become rushing torrents and by Tuesday morning tho river had risen some twelve feet or more and tho whole surface of the stream was Buick with sawlogs and drift ofnIl kinds It huts peen a long time since the river has reached the stage obtained by this oiDEATH FROM LOCKJAWI Never follows an injury dressed with BucUlens Arnica Salve Its antiseptic and healing properties pro vent blood poisoning Chas Oswald Merchant of Rensselaersville NIY writes It cured Seth Burch of uii place of the ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw Cures cuts wounds burns and sores 25c at all druggists ACCIDENT ON VERSAILLES MIDWAY fc GEORGETOWN RAILROAD lust as tho passenger train on the Versailles Midway George town division of the Southern Railway was passing Viley Station five miles from Versailles on Monday last en routo to Georgetown the combination passenger and baggage car left tho track and wont over an em bankment landing bottom side up That genial and capable official Capt John R Bryant was so unfortunate as to have his collar bone broken and to he otherwise bruised and injured Of tho ten passengers in the eau six worn more or less seriously hurt among them being Mr S M Stafford of this county- A cleverer or more popular con doctor never ran on that road than Capt Bryant and we sincerely hope that he may soo n recover from his injuires POSTMASTER ROBBED G W Fouts Postmaster at iverton la nearly lost his life amid was robbedof all comfort according to his letter which ays I1IO years I hull chronic liver complaint which led to such n severe case of jaundice that even my linger nails turned yellow vhon my doctor prescribed Electric Bitters which cured mo and have kept me troll for eleven yours Sure cure for Billions ness Neuralgia Weakness arid all stomach Liver Kidney and ladder derangements A won lorful Tonic At all druggists cents ARM BROKEN Mas tor ITonscheu Blaynoy son of Dr T Lindsoy Blaynoy ofj anvillo was so unfortunate as n fall from a toy automobile on Tuesday and break his right arm urgical attention wits at once ondored AN ALARMING SITUATION Frequently results from neglect of logged bowles and torpid liver until constipation becomes chronic This condition is unknown to those who so Dr Kings Now Life Pills the Ibost and gentlest regulators of Stomach and Bowles Guaranteed by all druggists Price 25c j i 1 J Youll Not Be Extravagant If you confine the Christmas giving in your family to things to wear Then you need not be uneasy as to whether or not they would be appre ciated What would give a lady more pleasure than a fine Tailored Suit a Stylish New Coat a Handsome Fur a New Skirt Kid Gloves EtcIThese you can buy here at a bargainyLadies Suits S500 Suits 2525 11000 Suits 2250 2500 Suits 1875 2000 Suits 1500 1500 Suits ill5 Misses Coats 1000 Misscv Coats 750 850 Misen Contn 1618 750 Misses Coats 518 Silk Petticoats 500 Special Tne o an made of good quality Taffeta in black and colors Kid Gloves Ladies Kid Walking Gloves 100 Ladies Dressed Kid Gltvcs 100 Ladies French Kid Gloves with a clasps 150 Ladies Driving Gloves 50c 75c nndAl00 Long Kid Gloves g50 Holiday Umbrellas 5Cc 75c 100 125 150 to linen handker hand 4143 St Ky 100000 Foot 500000 Cedar ILo inch Fuet Tons Wall Tons Plaster Wo also large of sash fcc can a house notice in our new BY SLEET WhilH till ruin ceased here on Monday afternoon and turned a chilling the borhoods lien son and liald Knob wore visited by a slept coating with ice was a sight when tho sun rose Dr Weaver Treatment 81np pliriAea be blood Cerate lleali RiD erupUo Ji Mi 8000 Furs 2500 500 ForfJ2000 2000 Furs 1050 1500 Furs 1200 Childrens Cloaks fiOO Childrens Cloaks 498 500 Childrens Cloaks 398 400 Childrens cloaks J25 r Childrens Fur Sets Special values 250 350 100Iand 500 Handkerchiefs tl jroidcred handkerchiefs 5c Iut handkerchiefs 10c Gentlemens pure linen chiefs 15c Childrens silk kerchiefs 15c Ladies initial silk handkerchiefs 25c UOOc KAQIN BRO Glair Frankfort LUMBEg11E Framing Lumber Shingles and Poplar 100000 Laths 50000 Flowering maid IO Invincible PlastemyO Hoard carryIt stock verandea columns doors We furnish complete pattern on short Visit us office HAMMOND CO t VISITED into mist neigh of heavy everything It grand Tuesday morning Furs Catarrh of the nose and throat should lead you to at least ask forIa free trial box of Dr Shoops Ca tarrh Cure Nothing so surely proves merit as a real actual test and Dr Shoop to prow thiskearnestly desires that wo let you make the test This creamy Snow White healing balm soothes the throat and nostrils and quickly purifies a foul or feverish breath Cull and investigate All dealers 4 Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate BocccHf ol treatment for blood and skin dtouM j bhj hJHv tti 10 fee our Great Values in Tailored Suits aaaaataasnarrnnaomc PERSONALMr for the winter Mr Walter G Chapman and wife visited in Louisville this weelctMr J M Watts visited his daugh ter in Shelby ville this week Judge Thos H Paynter has return from a trip to Washington City Rev Dr M B Adams made a buslI ness trip to Richmond Monday Miss Laura Scott has returned home kfrom a visit to Col Jas A Scott Mrs A VIolett is visiting h- erJdaughtm Mrs L Y True in Louis vile Judge W H Holt of Louisville was in the city this week on legal busi nessjMr E S OHara wife and daughter have returned from a visit to Louis ville t Mr J Arnold Batterton of Louis tllle Is visiting friends here for the j holidays Mrs J W Fuqua has gone to Russellville to spend Christmas with her son Mr1 Boyd Scearce has gone to Weathersford Texas to spend the W F Dandridge wife and daughter have returned from Wash ington City Col Jos R Newton wife and daugh ter of St Louis Mo is at home for holidaysMiss Scottow who has been visiting relatives In Alabama has rev turned homel fMI8s Cordie Jeffers and Mr Harry went to Louisville Monday to visit relatives Mr Y A Young of Morehead was in tho city Wednesday State Senator W B Whltt was a visitor here Wednesday Rev T F Talliaferro has returned from a trip to New Castle Mr John Hayden left yesterday for Billings Mont to visit his family iuvss Helen ORear of Science Hill Academy Shelbyville is at home for the holidays Mrs Thos N Arnold left Wednes day for FJorida to visit her daughter Mrs Groom Ir H K Ward of the Seller Carriage Co Versailles was In the city Wednesday Prof J H Fuqua has gone to Sweet water Texas to spend the Christmas with his daughter Miss Edna Bridges who has been visiting relatives at Eminence has returned home Mr H B Ware made a business trip to Washington City and New York late this week Mr T L Clark who has been spend log the last few months with Mr Frank Haffand Miss Sue Scott of Lexington wh has been visiting friends hero ha returned home Mrs Margaret Crockett of Danville who has been the guest of relatives here has returned home Judge Wm Lindsay returned Sun day from a business trip to Washing ton City and Cincinnati Mr Leslie Scott of Buffalo N Y who has been the guest of Col Jas A Scott jms returned home Dr r S Collins and wife have re turned from a visit to her father Col W F Bond at Luwrencoburg Rev Walter Q Vreeland of Lexing ton was tho guest of his brother Mr Hubert Vreeland this week Mr Otto Schneider of Chicago Ills is visiting his parents Mr Alex Schneider and wife in this city Mr J H Cutler and wife who have been visiting relatives left Monday tar Florida to spend the winter rl 1 Ii i J r n ii n r 7 rnt 1i 1 l tIIIV J i1ir tf t j r N 4f 1lff EIT E1LE3 GREAT CHRISTMAS SALEvrwsvwraawrneeeear war vsnearawim uwauv swtanruww= maww wwwrwwr nmewr-MwY Y nwYwMMEMr wn + MM1r YM w wMWV r AMww IWIYA lRO Great Values in Dress Goods50c 60c 75e her yd See our Splendid Black Taffeta Silk98c per yd Table Linen Specials50c 60c 75c per yd Great Reduction on all Cloaks Furs and Dress Skirts Great Assortment of Handkerchief rrc Hosiery Gloves Ribbons Neckwear Special Values CHAS 0J WEITZEL Mr Edmund Taylor who is a student at Central University Dan ville Is at home for the holidays Mr J S Smith of Louisville was the guest of his cousin Mr Edward Burltholder Saturday and Sunday Mr Douglas Rodman of the Bureau Forestry Washington City came here Thursday en route to Arizona Mrs William Harris of Paris was the guest of Mrs M B Adams on Sunday returning home Monday morn IngMiss Nannie Berkley of Mt Sterl ing who has been the guest of Mrs E C ORear left for home on Mon day Mr Jas F Montgomery Jr who is attending Virginia Military Institute at Lexington Va Is at home for the holidays Mrs W F Hearne leaves today Jessamine county to spend Christ mas with her mother Mrs TroutmanMiss Murphy spent Sunday and Monday in Louisville with her mother and sister Mrs M A Murphy andI Mrs Jos Bryan Juuge T R McBeath Reporter of the Court of Appeals left Monday for his home at Leitchfleld to spend the Christmas holidays Mr John C Cromwell and wife of Cleveland Ohio will arrive Monday to spend Christmas with his brother Mr Wm Cromwell Col Thos H Bradley and wife of Lexington were called here to attend the funeral of her aunt Mrs Emma Jillson on Saturday IrT H Kidd returned Monday from his usual fall trip through the South in the interest of the Frank fort Shoe Company J H Strassner and daughter IrsMiss Josephine left Wednesday Omaha Nebraska to spend with relatives Bishop Lewis W Burton of the Lexington Diocese came here Sunday morning and preached a fine sermon at the Ascension Church Miss Frank Innes of New York City was called here by the illness of her mother Mrs Sarah E Innes who is we are glad to say improving Miss Willanna Smith of Elizabeth town will arrive Monday to be the guest of her mother Mrs Al Smith and cousin Mrs C W Saffell Rev Edwin Kagln Assistant Pastor of Warren Memorial Presbyterian Church who was called here by the death of his mother returned to Louis vile on Monday Mr and Mrs Hugh Hurst Rodman of Louisville joined Col and Mrs J L Rodman of Frankfort In Louisville yesterday and will be at 1711 First street for a few days Mr and Mrs Rodman are on their way East for the holidays and will visit their parent here also Mr T B Rodman of Mt Sterling and Mr F K Rodman of Cincinnati Mr Rodman Is Western Kentucky representative for J M RoblnsonXorton Co Louisville anse they will return about the first of year LETTER LIST Tho following is the list of advertised utters fur the week ending Due 2i Arland P Clark lL M Gray George Figley Mrs Mary Hawkins Ed Mitchell A CIPInder L W lIe Jasper When calling for the above lettors please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M IDrSyiup for I 1t From the Evening Post GOVERNORS GALLERY HAS BEEN COMPLETED First and Only Authentic Collection of the States Chief Exe cutives For the first time in the history of the State a complete collection of the portraits of Kentuckys governors has been secured and the Louisville Even 1ng Post has made it possible for us to place them in the hands of every citizen of this grand old Common collection was secured after art galleries and private collections allover the United States had been drawn upon A few of them are very rare and one of the governors is the only picture in existence It was see cured at an expense of several hun dred dollars Not even the Kentucky Historical IIofnors o as is known contains them all and none of the histories of the State have the full set It will be seen that the Evening Post in presenting the Home Library Wall Chart to its readers will the first to furnish to Kentuckians a full gallery of the sons of the Blue grass whom she has honored with the highest office in the State Two years have been spent in collecting tuis gallery and It is with a sense of pardonable pride that the Evening Post points to the fact that it is now in a position to furnish the chart com plete Some of the most interesting por traits at this time are those of the war governors Beriah Magoffin J F Robinson and Thomas E Bramlette The pictures are the best of these executives that have been printed The portraits of former governors now living are six in number and are those of Preston H Leslie Proctor Knott jSimon Bolivar Buckner James B Me Creary William O Bradley and W S Taylor In addition to the roster of Ken tuckys governors the chart which contains six pages 28x3G inches has the latest and most correct map of the State extent No map heretofore published shows the clearness or dei tall and high are of map engraving as this one The chart also contains all of the pictures of the presidents of the United States made from ex cellent half tone Recent events in the worlds history have also changed the topography of certain portions of the globe and these changes are brought right up to date One of the pages of the chart is devoted to a map of the world showing the continents the separate countries islands oceans names of rulers coats of arms flags of all nations and varied and Interesting statistics There Is a complete map of the United States showing all of the new posses slons the Increase in the population commerce and a map of Panama and the Canal zone A topographic map of the RussianJapanese war district with the location of the famous battles IncludedI so anrIaway solutely free to readers of this paper Ask us about It ONE LO- TKIMONAS Half Price TSBIF YETI Jackets Coats Rain Coats and skirts We must close loutIour readymade garments YouIwill find astonishing prices Jackets S3 to S3 Coats S5 1750 9 and X10 Onderuieap and Flannels Childrens and Misses Suits 25c and 35c Ladies Vests Fleeced 25c each piece Ladies Combination Suits 35c 50 The and 100 a suit These goods were bought before the advance t in prices F T HEENEYr AM READY TO MAKE THE BEST PHOTOSAnd my new Gallery South Frankfort Bridge St Everything new Call on the ble Photographer i H G MATTERNl I FREE AT From Isaac Shelby to J C W Beckham ALL OF KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS The First Time Their Pictures Have Ever Been Published FREE I The Evening Post has for Feveral years endeavored to secure pictures of all Kentucky KentuckyIn order to place these pictures in a permanent form they have been arranged in a group in an date Atlas showing Kentucky with the latest census pictures of all the presidents of the United States Rulers and of all nations steamship routes statistical data history of the War also late maps of the United States Pan luna Canal and Western Hemisphere reports of last three national census and much other historical SUBSCRIBERSIfmonths subscription Understand that these rates are by mail only and that the subscription price by or agent is cents per week The Evening Post publishes six or more editions dally and the latest edition is sent to each reader according to the that it will reach them The livening Post is first in everything and has the most State news and best market reports For all the people and against the grafter Independent always For the house If r 5Hj Ettttttttg Just LOUISVILLE KY Special Price on Chart and Evening Post with this Paper 1Inthe hours remaining for Xmas Shoppingr1he anxious childs heart must be made happy and each one must have the joyol 1 gift giving Wo will help you in the hours remaining save time and money I Silk Waists White Lace tJ Waists Silk Petticoats a MARRIED DINGLEMANGIIJBONS nonncemet is made of the ap- proachingl marriage of Lieut Alfred W Dinglemnn U S A r to Miss Kathryn Cecilia Gibbons tiwhich will occur early in tho JJt Lieut Dingleman is a fine young soldier His bride is the talented and popular daugh t tt ter of Mr James F Gibbons and t wife She is out of Frankforts most cultivated lied sweetest vocalistsLUTKEMEIERHALELItIGG Announcement is made of the approaching marriago of Capt W A Lutkomeier and Miss Lulie Clifford Hazelrigg which will occur January 22 1907 Capt Lutkemoier is one of Frankforts foremost and most popular young business men His bridetobe is a handsome petite and lovely young lady the third daughter of Mr C C Hazelrigg and wife- Cougratalations arc extended 4 GROSSMOOREIn this city on fr Wednesday Mr John Gross and Miss Josephine Moore were married by RevI C R HudsonISTONEMORELAND this cltri on Wednesday Mr J C B Stone and Miss Bertha Moreland were married MORRISONGARDNER In Louis ville on Wednesday Mr Wm A Mor rison and Miss Edmonia Gardner wereI married l riCAMPAI CHAIRMAN The Democratic State Central Com mittee met in Louisville and elected d Judge H B Hines State Inspector r Chairman of the Campaign Commit tee with Dr Milton Board member of the Board of Control as Secretary N AN ALARMING SITUATION Frequently results from neglect of clogged bowles and torpid liver until r constipation becomes chronic This1I t condition is unknown to those who thelaStomach and Bowles Guaranteed by all druggists Price 25c r t Wj1 rIr h r loJJ l tX 1j Ff MOMENTS COUNT NOW short to Suits and Cloaks for Xmas Gifts Prices all Re duced All Novelties ONEFOURTH OFF for Saturday and Monday 1r jf 1 caqiiwqd BIRTHS GORMANIn ths cityon Fri to Mr W G Gorman and Iwifea soil- SHRYOCKIn this county on Tuesday to Mr John Shryock and IIwifea daughter MORRISIn this county on Tues ay to Mr William B Morris and wife a daughter OUR COUNTRY FOR DECEMBER The December issue of OUR COUNTRY the new national maga zine published by the Home and Fire side Company Louisville Ky takes a creditable place among the many Christmas editions Our Country contains pages and is profusely illustrated The cover is handsome and hovel printed in two colors The feature article is entitled North and South and is based on a letter writ ten by an officer in the Federal Army to his infant son to be read to the son when he reaches his fortyfifth blrthda The son reads the letter to Iithethe article give it an absorbing Interest The editorial department is vigorous following the motto of the magazine Liberty of ThoughtI Thought of Liberty Other good features are Wayside Talk Cognita lions of a Country Parson Nature departmentsIAthletics Farm and Poultry Dogs Book Re views etc Two good short storles1- poetrr and miscellany serve to balI InIterestAmong the better known contributions are Ingram Crockett Nancy Lewis Greene Relna Melcher and Mary War ham Forster As a whole Our Country more than fulfills its early promises and it will certainly take rank with the foremost magazines ofI the day BIG STOCK OF LUMBER Messrs Hammond Co say to their big line of customers In to days paper that they have now in stock the largest and best line of lumber shingles and all other articles in their flue that they have ever handled Those having need of firstclass Inns ber etc would do well to go and see this hustling firm before buying else wheroI Furs are always right Splendid Values in all kinds of Furs FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE LABOR AND STATISTICSJ To the Republicans of Ken tucky I take this opportunity to an nounce myself us a candidate for the Cilice of Commissioner of Agriculture Labor and Statistics subject to the action of the Republican State Convention and ask to have your earnest support for the position Kentucky is in the main an Agricultural State and through her great fertility has establshed a name that is farreaching with the products found in almost all the markets of the world today For many years I have labored untiringly and unceasingly for the success of the Grand Old Republican party and have never as yet asked for or received any favors in return for the service rendered The greater part of my life ha been spent upon the farm anti 1 have a personal knowledge ofI what the farmer wants and needs Twentyfive years of my life were spent in the northern part of the State as a farmer the succeeding five or six years wore spent on the Bluegrass farms of the central part of the State before I left the plow to take up the pen in defense of the great principles advocated by the Grand Old Party which I have at all times endeavored to defend The past three years of my life have been spent among the good of Southeastern Ken tacky where their attention is given more to mining and lumbering than to the agricultural industry so that I have had a splendid opportunity of which I have taken advantage to acquaint myself with the wants und needs of the various parts ofI our Commonwealth not by trips as some get information associatingito and I tool therefore that my nctl1nlt experience p culiarly fits me for tin duties and responsibil ities incumbent upon that office not1at10timrmore directly the general welfare of the people than that of Coin in issionor of Agriculture It is in direct touch with the agricul tural interests of the State The farmers may bo assisted more through tho Commissioner of Agriculture than through any other State oflicial For that reason it seems that it would but the part of wisdom to hOI iIOLD TAYLOR J THK PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY E HI TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky Gloves Umbrellas kerchiefs HandI e as n candidate for that position a mUll who has had actual ex perience on the farm and knows the farmers needs The farmers pay the bulk of the taxes and are deserving of every and their industries retognitionI encouraged and parts of the Commonwealth If nominated and elected to this nflice I now pledge my untiring efforts for the future welfare of the farmer and laborei With that purpose in view I submit my claim to the Republicans of Kentucky believing that they will do that which will bo for the best interest of the party and for the citizens o f tho State If elected to this office I will faithfully and earnestly strive to fulfill its duties and to serve the people of this great Commonwealth which I might be permitted to repre sent Very respectfullyD Barbourville E- ySPLENDID OFFER We are able to give you this splendid offer Louisville Herald A- NDRoudabout For one year for only 200 In advance only This gives you a dally paper Sunday excepted for a nominal price and your own local paper giving all the home news and the news of the political campaign now on Send in names and cash NEW SERVICE VIA HENDERSON ROUTE Trains 145 and 146 will carry uptodate Pullman Sleeper Bet- weenLOUISVILLE AND EVANSVILLE Sleepers open at Louisville 840 p m at Evansville 9 p m and Patrons can remain In sleeper until 730 a m We respectfully solicit your patronage J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE Ky L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- LOUISVILLE Ky u IFOR RENT ltl A cottage of four rooms ten minutes walk to town Also four acres of bacco i land Apply to Rev Thos N t Arnold at Montrose Nov3O4t Prevention as the name Iraiplies prevent nil Colds and Grippe j when taken at the snooze stage jj Prevention nre toothsome cnndYitablets Preventics dissipate all colds quickly and taken early when you first feel that a cold is prpentthemsafe for children nnd as effectual for adults Sold and recom mended in 5 cent and 5cent boxes by all dealers f FLOBIDAANDOUBATHE Easily and Quickly Reached via the Southern Railway AND Queen Crescent RouteF- ast and Convenient Schedules Comfortable Pullman Equipment Din ing Car Service ATTRACTIVE TOURS Through Florida including a delght see voyage to Havana Cuba Key West er Nassau N B at low rates VARIABLE ROUTE TICKETS Going via Ashville and the Land of te Sly returning direct or vice versa with stop over privileges FLORIDA SPECIAL In service again beginning Jan 7th Solid Train with Latest PullmanlEquipment to Jacksonville and St Augustine without change Florida Limited now on daily For illustrated literature rates and complete Information address any I agent of the Southern Railway or F Logan Traveling Passenger Agent exington Ky C II Hungerford Dist Passenger Agent Louisville KrfJ C Beam Jr Asst Gen Pnsenger Agent Sf Louis Mo NOTICE Till nun lnlt nieetinr of the stock holders of the National Branch uponLhetween the loin of 10 oclock a in IHUpOSOfEL SAMUEL President Del Sit Dr Cauys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier an vermifuge They are not food b puthorse3 fr cents per package For sale byIJ W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle ea A 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 Teator Herb Tablets 25 doses for 20c Come in and try a box and be con y vinced Frankfort Drug Co DrUIIgists 11 i iJ r 1 f W A t fWCi itt s s 1 r1 y ll f f TfteFranKfortRouQflaDout Entered at the postoilui it Frankfurt Ken urksassccundelassniilabk matter GEO A LEWIS Pror anti Pub FRANKFORT DEC 22 1906 TO orB SUBSCRIBERS In a short time we will begin sending out our bills for suhscrip tion to the ROUNDABOUT We trust that our patrons will take time by the forelock and will pay up their arrearages before r these reminders are sent to them There are a number of our pa trons who owe us two or more years subscription and whilo these may be small sums to them the IMggre nte 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 willjiave to be cut ofT TOBACCO GROWERS ASSOCIATION MEETING The Tobacco Growers As ocin- ton of this county held another nfterIIIof the tobacco men of 1thecounty had signed the agree ment for their crop The following resolutions were r adopted i Whereas The Board of Control of the Burley Growers Association of Franklin County Ken unfeignedIing of the tobacco stemmeries at Princeton Kentucky by night raiders andIWhereas ness are shocking in the extreme to all lovers of law and order acts for which no good citizens can or will make excuse even under the most prooking circumstances therefore be itIResolved First That this das tardly crime meets with our severest condemnation Second That it is our earnest desire that the perpetrators be apprehended brought to a speedy trial and made to suffer the full penalty of an outraged law Whereas It is evident that many are interested and willing to use much effort in haying hurley tobacco growers cooperate by pooling this our staple crop that we may secure a remunera the price for same and Wherea Many who are thus inclined fuel incompetent on ac count of lack of information to do efficient work Therefore Be it resolved by the Franklin County Board of Burley Tobacco Society that a special meeting be held in the city of Frankfort as soon as practical next week which should serve as a school of instruction for work ors and to effect a thorough canvass which will avail much in ap prising many who are not identi lied without cruise of the great opportunity we hove of securing control of stud getting our own price for this coveted commodity of our production we should further insist that those who feel compelled to soil their tobacco to diligentlysystem of cooperation arjd be proidedrREPAIRS MADE TO TRESTLE The trestle which was wrecked by the derailment of a car on the F C Railway just his side of Stumping Ground wits repaired by hard work on the part of the railroad men and the trains resumed their trips on Tuesday morning and are now on schedule tin1eIDISPAY GOODS OF HOLIDAY To those who contemplate pur chasing anything in the way of silverware or cut glass for their Christmas presents wo would commend the assortment of M A Selbert the re fable jeweler It is one of the most attractive establishments in the city und is dnintyIRarely if ever has it happened that such a stock of attractive goods has been laid before our citizensYou get anything you want fromIfinestIhand most useful silverware knives forks spoons butter gobletsi theIlets rings etc to suit any and all tastes Verily if you wish to feast your eyes on works of art go and see SeIbert What they sell is guaranteed in every way and at very reasonable prices rNNATIONAL BANKS WON The Court of Appeals just before adjournment of the Sep tember term handed down a decision which holds that the act of March 1900 providing for the taxation of government bonds held by National Banks could not be effective for 1000 as the act wus not retroactive und as the assessment had been made at the scheduled time September 1905 it could not apply to the taxes oi 1900 Is your baby thin weak fretful c Make hima Scotts Emulsion babyScotts Emulsion is Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites prepared so that it is easily digested by little folks Consequently the baby that is fed on Scotts Emulsion is a sturdy rosy cheeked little fellow full of health andvigor ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND SlOO WANT 100000 NAMES Kentucky Jamestown Exposition Commission Calls for Popu lair Subscriptions to Fund A wellattended meeting of tho Kentucky Jamestown Exposition Commission was held lust Ved jnesday at thn headquarters of tho Commission in Louisville The meeting was called by Col 1 S tod dard Johnson President for the purpose of devising WU8 and menus to continue the campaign for popular subscriptions to the Kentucky Building and Exhibit FundCitizens from every section of respondingiwill requir not less than 40000 to erect a building and making a proper display covering the pro ducts and resources of the State the Commission is still a long way from the desired goal Less than five month remain before the opening of the Exposition and with the stupendous amount of work it necessary that the subscriptions be received at an early date Direct appeals have already been male to those friends of State development who showed an interest by subscribing to tho Kentucky Exhibit fund for the St Louis Worlds Fair of 1904 und now a campaign will be car ried on which will cover class of business windso eqryI possible every individual State A plea for popular scriptions throughout Kentucky as made It is the wish of the Commission that 100000 names may appear on tho subscription hooks Therefore no subscrip tion is too small to he of value The Commission invites every cittizen of the State to give an expression of substantial interest in this movement C C Ousley Secretary 204 Commercial Build ing Louisville is authorized by the Commission to receive all subscriptions The general public is urged to send contributions direct to him and the re eipt ot the treasurer for the amount suscribed will be prompt ly forwarded In cases where it is not desired to make a cash sub scription the Commission is anxious that those willing to give notify the secretary by marl of the amount of their subscription naming a future date for pay ment All payments should be made on or before February 1 1907Attention has heretofore been called to the manner in which the money will be spent The Commissioners are giving their toIof a Kentucky Building and the collection transportation install lation and maintenance of an ex hibit from this State At Wednesdays meeting con siderable progress along the various lines of endeavor was re ported by Commissioners The mineral agricultural arid forestry exhibits from this State promise to prove more interesting than at any previous Worlds Fair al though the exhibits may not be built on so large a scale as here tofore It is the intention of the Commission however to make every department a model of com pleteness The historiacal department will doubtless be the most interesting this State has over sent to an Exposition Many proffers of valuable historical souvenirs have already been made to the Commission- A committee was authorized to visit Jamestown at once and select the building site for Ken tucky and also secure the necessary space for exhibits in various Exposition buildings h N BOYS HAPPY The L N employes outside of trainmen who are under tho operatives contract will enjoy an advance of salary commenc ing January 1907 There ar e over 12000 of those men in Kentucky to whom this will bo glad news SCRAMBLE FOR DISTILLERIES Since the U S Pure Food Com Pleasant to take f t Trine If l Laxative Syrup J NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits ana their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a 1 normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines t1 LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bringI about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as i t1iBloatedYour money will be returned if you do nuot like it better than any other you have triedyALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLEj Tobacco Bellows Blowers f Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows 1 Thresher Machine Oil jC TarpaulinsiMonkey Wrenches s Pipe Fittings and Wrenchestj f FRANK G STAGGI Hardware Paints Oils Etc iValue JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer ilThe Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade rSour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JiA JOHN DRISCOLLl2l6St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky mission has ruled the rectifiers and blenders down to strict com pliance with law there is a big scramble on to buy small distil leries und quite a number of thorn have been purchased by these niHil DEADLY SERPENT BITS Aro as common In India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For the latter however there Is a sure remedy Electric Bitters the great restorative medicine of which S A Brown of Bennettsvllle S C says They restored my wife to perfect health after years of suffering with dyspesia and a chronically torpid liver Electric Bitters euro chills and fever malaria biliousness lame back kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on guarantee by all druggists Price 50c WANTED Gentleman or Jady with good reference to travel by railor witha rig for a firm of 250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and expenses salary jpaid weekly and expenses vanced Address with Jos A Alexander Frankfort 42Jm adIDr Wearers Syrup lutethe blood t Cerate ointment for the tS KILLTHi COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS jNewFOR cONSUMPTION Price50c100Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG ROUB or lEONEY BACK- ILEA It t rJawsTightly LocKed Fro Nervous Spasms Physicians Could ti Not Prevent Fits Dr Miles Nervine Cured My Wife Dr Miles Nervine has been successfully disortwhen used in the treatment of Us or spasms of testimonials prove this and in 4r31earh every instance the writer has stated that the fits ceased after the first dose of Ner Vine was eiven The statement is repeated in the following Seven years ago my wife commenced laving spasms or fits and I called in my v paraiyzed Iotifanother attack She was confined tc her couldktome times severe Her hands would cramp so we could not them and she finally lockeditJ storative Nervine She received so much 4 from the first bottle that I pot some core She has taken a number of bottles but has never had a fit sinre the first dose She also thinks ver highly of Dr Miles Nerve nod Liver Pills and is never 1without them If there is any way of mak testimonial stronger do to because of the good the Dr Miles Restorative Nerv ine did mv wifeval Y ALLEN R M Elkville Miss All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Pr Miles Medical COt Elkhart Ind COUKERS AND TWISTERS t By Mrs OHoulihan rnllkfortflooking out on the 1broad river in front of him amII upon the opposite bank of Past ii Frankfort dotted with its 147 lotuses of varied construction of N conglomerate materials and oft premeditatedarchitectural tho exstatio scene lulled senses and the Alcalde dream a dream He dreamed that he beautiful bridge span the 11lIis river from Uio juncture Kentucky and Benson avenues Crutchers t store to the to Mero street tineIc SOU feet on each side of the river and a central span of 400 feet and was erected at a cost of 50 000 being the joint subscription of 20000 each from county and and 10000 from tho L f eity N R R The abutment approach of 100I l feet on each end was supple mented by 200 feet spans to the Main central span which was GO feet above the mitre sill at Lock 1L No 4n height sufficient for all team boats to pass The four li central piers rested upon solid sock foundations the same Jedges exposed to view in low water before the lucks wore con tructed The approach from tho Bellepointido gentleIfeet rise to the middle span There was a roadway of 20 feet sideaand strong iron railings The iflooring of roadway and sido pas whitefdurable while the strength of tho bridge was tested at 10 tons to J tho square inch Across this great thoroughfare cthedreamer saw pouring a great of commorcial traffic wagons drays carts express 1 wagons and automobiles whilst Baldrand from Shelby and Henry counties came wagons with produce and drays weighted with tobacco hogsheads Pedes walkwaysAs ened tho sleeper saw West Frank fort extending its limits until tho up of now streets and s the building of now dwellings and stores occupied tho whole terri tory now known asthoTodd fUltnI and a population of 51000 paid taxes and tribute to tho capital city in addition to the riches produotionlands in tho country diHtriotsIWhilst the mind r i was reveling in this dream o structural beauty and glory o commercial growth that seemed to bless the great city of Frankfort a terrific roaring sound sud rent the air and awoko tho I15msits the Falls City steamboat blowing its whistle for the lock and thu splendid bridge and its tenming throngs had vanished into thin nil But the dreamer had created the hope that oer long enterprise und vigor stay cause it to blossom jute reality Ten years ago who would have thought a groat glassworks plant would confront Thorn Hill or a suburban railway hind the city to Versailles A pair of wrens were accus tomed your after year to make their nest and hatch out their brood under the eaves of the back porch of a country residence several miles from tho city They fluttered about the porch and adjacent trees and the slmrt chirp of their musical song was pleasing melody during the quiet hours One day I was sitting in tho porch silent and still look ing out pensively and dreaming upon the landscape beyond Elk horns dancing waters when one of these wrens flew down from the branch of a locust tree that stood near the end of tho porch rand lit upon my knee looking up into my face as if to say How are yon I kept perfect 1still waitng to see what would be its next move After silently eyeing mo curiously for a moments or two it flow hack upon the eaves of tho porch without showing alarm or giv ing evidence that it had done anything unusual Probably it imagined I was a piece of statuary or a part of the dwelling and not plain artless Mrs OHoulihan CITIES TO PARTICIPATE Largo Municipalities Will Make Industrial Exhibits at James town Exposition Many ciites will make exhibits at the Jamestown Exposition to be held on tho shores of Hampton Roads near Norfolk Va April 26 to November 30 1907 These displays will be made undor the auspices of municipal government and commercial organizations independent of the States partici pation will servo to exploit their respective advantages together with the products of manufacturers in and about the municipality making the exhibit These cities have engaged space in tho manu facturers and liberal arts build jug while some will erect separate buildings Washington Balti more Philadelphia Milwaukee Hartford Syracuse Richmond and several others of equal impor tance The advantages of participating in tho Exposition has found furor among the manufacturers of Mas sachusetts who will mako tho largest shoe exhibit ever shown at any formor exhibition the coun cil of Boston has appropriated 50000 to exploit the citys ad vantages and industrial resources Concerted action has been taken to show a collective display of the Hubs advantages and iud- uceConstipation Baked sweet apples with somo people bring prompt relief for Constipation With others oarso allwheat bread will have tho same effect tfuture undoubtedly has a vegetable remedy to drove every ailment known to man If physicians ui but find Natures way to health And this U tilkingly true with regard to Constipation Thu bark of a curtain tree In California Cas era Sagrada offers a most excellent aid to this em nut combined with Egyptian Senna Slip pery Elm Hark Solid Extract of Prunes etc this Mme cascara hark la given iU greatest possible p wer to correct constipation A toothsome ndy Tablet culled Lax ets is now made at the D Shoop Laboratories from this Ingenuous and effective prescription Its effect on Constl pulon Biliousness Sour Stomach Bad Breath CUIovr Complexion etc Is Indeed prompt and lfylng No griping no unpleasant after effects arc ex perienced and LaxeU arts put up in beautiful lithographed mobil boxes at 5 cents and cents per box For something new nice economical and affective try a box of LaxetsALL tf d LJfKITCHEN CABINET FOR Economical Women Is the one that liwt a lifetinn and gut is not highpriced runts tlio MeDnugnll Aid economical women know it Jho McDougnll peoplo mako mid sell live tune us many kituliun cabinets as any other con cern Vhyl Simply became they make them bettor McDougall Kitchen Cabinets Are not highpriced 1800 to 2300 There are imitations that sell for less But the McDougall in always a blessing and not a nuimuico in dustf proof mouse proof and easily cleaned and PAYS FOR ITSELF quickly by saving kitchen supplies So its economy to buy a McDoogall R ROGERS SONS SOLE AGENTS Frankfort Ky month to capital together withu comprehensive exhibit of its varied manufactured products The commercial organizations doIvotedtold the other a municipal ex hibit miniaturecomprising reproductions of the several depart mens of White House Capitol Li brary of Congress and also plans of the mode parking system now being perfected to make the city the most beautiful and attractive capital in the word Milwaukee will divide its ex comprisingindustriul breweries and manufactures It will bo one of the largest displays over made by u municipality The commercial organizations mine operators and manufactur ers of Washington Oregon Montana and Idaho have combined in an eilort to erect a separate build ing to display the resources and products of those States It is to be known as the Northwest Ex hibit Palace and will contain several minuturo mines smelt ers etc showing how the vast mineral wealth of the northwest is mined DONT FAIL TATTEND By a notice In another place Mrs W B Rodman offers for sale a large quantity of desirable and serviceable household and kitchen furniture as well as some farming implements me sale will take place on the promIses at Point Breeze overlooking the city The farm has been sold and possession has to be given the new full to attend Rare bargains can be had THE GUARDIANSHIP OF THE CHILDIIn a recent on tellane divorce case the Courier Journal regrets that the mother was not awarded the entire custody of the children and declares that the father is wholly unworthy of being trusted with any share in their guardianship tj Yet in the CourierJournals own State Kentucky the law makes the father the solo guard ian of the minor children No mother except the unmarried mother has any part in the custody and care of her children- A bill whoso is to make cJgunrd1il1nthan onco in till Legislature of Kentucky and as many times has failed to puss Iud there are now only thirteen States in the Union that give the mother an equal share with the father in the guardianship minor children LIDA CALVE RT OBENHAIN DASTARDLY OUTRAGE Capt Taylor Carter of the V C Railway wits the victim of another outrage on Saturday He was engaged in switching passenger train of that road inI the yards when a heavy stone thrown from East Main street struck him intho back of tho head and felled him to tho platform of tho car he was standing Capt Carter it will unI I tt iJt N i1jWt e il LET US FIGURE FOR YOU The cost of Painting and Repairing your VehicleIA good vehicle is worth saving and frequently a small amount ex pended will double its life hut if will iost you a IWW one ft Drop us a card and our representative will call to see you Now is the time to have your vehicle overhauled and painted Seller Carriage soIVERSAILLES KY H K WARD President GET BUSY USE PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR x NEVER FAILS Ask your groccrjVe carry a full 11seedsHEISE SONS I ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones rn J bored was shot by a boy hauler at Georgetown some two months ago while his train was passing across tho lino of the Q it C and by a lucky chance escaped death It looks liko misfortune follows him Capt Carter was taken home and a surgeon attended to his injuries which luckily are not veryserious though painful TREES PLANTS VINES Our General Catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever greens Shrubs Grape Vines Rhu barb Asparagus Small Fruits otc is now really on application We employ no agents but sell direct to tho planter II F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky Sept 298m i j tii S1l r C M BROWXIXO Sec and Treas 1IBACK TO WAR TIMES Judge T R McBoath Reporter of the Court of Appeals was nettled a few days since that in a readjustment of his accounts as Lieutenant und Quartermaster J 27tl Kenueky Volunteers it hndibeen found by the War mont that there was due to him itttll1 some cents and that a draft would be sent him Judge MuBeath has boon Inns tend out of tho service for more than 42 years and now comes this settlement of accounts UeWltts Earlv Risers The famous little piHs tl Sr i r t We know we can show you a Large and Varied Assortment in Watches and can please you in Price and Quality Dainty little i1 I Watches for Ladius some plain some engraved and some set with diamonds 7OO and Mens Watches IIIithe best makes openface and hunting case all sizes1000Boys Watches 150 up I FOR I FOR MEN GIFTS M fDEATHS BLANTON In Indianapolis Indon Sunday Mrs Emma Blanton widow of the late Dr Alex H Blanton aged about 79 years of pneumonia Mrs Blanton was the daughter of the late Judge Jacob Swigert and sister of Mrs Lucy Evans of this city Mr Swigert of Mr Joseph Swigert of this city and Miss Helen Swigert of Indianapolis Ind She was a devoted member of the Methodist Church a hand some cultivated attractive and gracious lady of the olden time a leader in the hospitality that Ntimade Frankfort so famous in the years that are gone She had peen a widow for years toad was living manI only son Mr L Harvey ton in Indianapolis She was the grandmother of Mr1 Will Pniett Jr of the National Branch Bonk of Kentucky The host of friends of this lovely lady will be saddened when they learn of her going hence The remains were brought hero on the 930 L N train on x Tuesday morning The funeral ervices were conducted from the chapel in the cemetery by Rev J 0 A Taught of the Methodist Churh and the intcmmit was in the fancily lot by the side of her husband and daughter We knew and admired Mrs Blanton for her many graces of mind and person and tender our sincerest sympathy to tho afflicted family p BOOTH In Louisville on Sun day Mrs Armilda U Booth widow of Mr K G Boothaged 80 years of general debility Mrs Booths maiden name was Vallandinghum She was horn and reared in Owen county In her girlhood she married the lute Capt Frank H Kean for ninny years a conductor on the oJd Louis ville and Frankfort R- andR aftewrurds engaged in the wholesale grocery business with the firm name of F H Kean = Bro After Mr Keans death Mrs Booth married Mr E G Booth and went to California to live After his death she feI f 1f j1 f t1 l iIt i1 f f 1 r i1i fl Ii 9I CHRISTMAS PRESENTS SOLID GOLD p- FILLED WATCHES a upILADIES t I Attractive Toilet Sets Lockets Neck Chains Solid Silver Tableware Sticks Pins lIntI i Pins Belt Buckles TTInbrellas Opera Glasses Silver Novelties and of other iJi Cuff Links Scarf Pins Witch Chains Charms Fobs Shaving Mugs Curd Cases Military Brushes 1 fT Umbrellas Pipes and scores of other articles t IIDEAL CHRISTMAS I ti I ELBERT Daniel Lexington Lexington being Bracelets hundreds turned to Louisville and had made that city her home until the ondcame Mrs Booth was a devout mem ber of tho Christian Church She was a very handsome woman gentle kindly and loving She was a sister of Mrs J L Rodman of this city who was at her bed side when she passed away The funeral services were con ducted on Tuesday afternoon from the residence and the remains were laid to rest in Cave Hill Cemetery We tender our sympathy to the afflicted relatives SMITH At Elmore this county on Monday morning Mrs Lou Smith widow of th late Mr Mitchell Smith aged 50 years after a long illness Mrs Smith was a devoted mem her of Antioch Chirstian Church and the funeral and interment took place at that churchon Tuesday serivces conducted by- Re J K P South WELLS In this cUr on Wednes day after long illness Mr William R Wells aged 58 years Mr Wells came to this city from Garrard county many years since He- was a stalwart man over feet o inches tall broad shouldered and com pact He was n genial clever gentleman He was a carpenter and builder by occupation and was faithful to his engagementsHe several years on the police force of this city and was an efficient officer He is survived by his wife one daughter Mrs T M Phythian j eight brothers and one sister The funeral services tool place from the Christian Church on yesterday afternoon Rev C R Hudson officiating and the remains were laid away in our cemetery He was a bighearted true man and his death will carry sorrow to a large circle of friends 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 great restorative medicine of which S A Brown of Bennettsville S C says They restored my wife to per fect health after years of suffering with dyspesla and a chronically torpid liver Electric Bitters cure chills and fever malaria biliousness lame back kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on guarantee by all druggists Price 50c HAPPYLAND Do Wolf Hopper and Superb Supporting Company of Nearly 100 People Comes to Capital Theatre Next Week The present season marks the end of the long career of De Wulf Hopper in the Comic Opera field but inasmuch as he has decided to forsake hut particular line ot enterprise for the more legitimate styles of comedy This fact is certainly to be regretted because Mr Hopper without doubt stands us the preeminent expon ent of the Opera Bouffe entertain ment Mr Hoppers career as a comic opera comedian goes back to the season of 1880 when he made his first appearance in Philadelphia onepart was so ly successful that ho has remain ed in that work ever since From 1880 until 1891 Mr Hopper had many more than mediocre waststartled the light opera world with his performance and production of Wang which is being revived for the fourth time this season Wang from its very first performance was immensely popular and the run extended over two seasons with just the slightest break during the very hot months His next big success which fol lowed rapidly upon that of Wang was Panjandrum which was accorded extraordinary business for one entire season Following this conies Dr Syntax which everybody knows was one of the theatrical innova tions uf that generation While everybody was still clam boring fo- rWangandEI Capitan Mr Hopper in direct opposition to allot the theatrical traditions put on The Charletan which simply produced an uproar of popularity While in tliM height of this success Mr Hopper went to London with his performance of El Capitun Everybody predicted ft dire failure for Mr Hopper and his attraction but nevertheless for ton solidmonths he packed the theatre in tho British metropolis Ho then returned to this coun try and appeared in that dainty musical conceit known as Mr Pickwick which gained for him many ardent admirers as it per mitted him to demonstrate the thorough legitimacy and under standing of the many require creaJtion i Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair Street IF YOU BUY IT AT 8ELBERTS ITS GOOD Weber and Fields wore making most of their offers to Mr Hop per He accepted and for two years was the foundaiton rockof this excellent company After leaving Weber S Fields Wong was produced for the third time This was during the season of 1904 and for 47 weeks cnpnciyhousesstep was the production of Hop everybodyknows stands without equal in theatrical appeals unless it be his peren nial standby Wang Hap pyland has been aptly termed a light opera classic by most of the famous musical critics of today and it is certain that this excel lent musical play in connection with Wang marks an epoch in theatricals that has never been equalledMrsenting these two operas this season is that ho desired to make his farewell light opera tour in his two greatest plays and when ono considers the fact that the gentleman has dune nothing else but appear in the greatest of suc cesses during the past fifteen years it is easy to realize how Hnppy1undThis great attraction which promises to be one of the most notable of the entire season commies to Capital Theatre Decom onlySeatThursday morning December at 7 oclock Out of 27I patrons will do wll to the their application for seats early as there promises to he an unpre cedented demand when the stale opensOrders by mail telephone or telegraph will be filed and con ivheuIsaloWANTED Apply lighthousekeeping at Roundabout office genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold 1sday NEW GROCERY Our friend Mr Win Wright has opened a grocery store in the Hern don Block Second street Mr Wright andJ tBLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division X Leave Lexington every hour from 6 8fin to 7 p m and at 9 and p m Leave Paris every hour from 0 a in to 7 p mtand 10 p in Georgetown Division t Leaves Lexington every hour from 630a in to 780 pm and at and pm Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from 610 a m to 815 p m and at 10 p in Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 6 a m to 0 p m and at 0 and p m Leave Versailles very hour from 6 4a m to 545 p m and at 815nnd 10 p m E T Phone 610 Home Phone 274 Itf R T G UNN Manager I lPilesSloops Magic Ointment Rr member its made alone for Piles and it works with certainty and satisfaction Itching painful protruding or blind piles disap pear like magic by its use Try C t und see All dealersyon ONLY RAILROAD SOUTHl EQUIPPED WITH I AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS I erin SOUTHERN RAILWAY IFROM1Ir1 TO ALL CINCINNATI South IMPORTANT CITIES 1 Souttoast and Sooth wilt i HMIEIECKERV Ml SALt THIIB I PMNnMUTH NINTH T8 eForHC KINOCP4TA 111 E Main St Lexingtoa Ib W OARRETT Qeeenl Meepr- 1v C R1NeARSON P CiedHawa t 1I i 1n Kifh1fti1 V f ZWtJ ll I1 tv un ATTENTION BUILDER 1- Ir NOW IS BKRN BUILDING TIMED ROOFING j c c ya 307309 Main St 307309 St ASCKXSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev Ar B Chinn rector will conduct services as follows 9bUn in Sumluyschool n in Prayer and Sermon 780 pr in Evening Prayer and Sermon The Prophet Ilosea will bo the sub Jeot of evening sermon Ad v BAPTIST CHUKCHltev Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach at ar an and 7iO p m uThe Prophet Hosea will be tho sub jeot of the evening sermon Sundayschool at 045 in the chapel t Baptist Young Peoples Union at 700 p Ill Wednesday evening at invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHUROHRov C H Hudson pastor will preach at a ad Hosea It will be the sub ject of the evening sermon Sundayschool at 080 a m in the hapel Christian Endeavor Society meets at MX in the chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at meets Tuesday afternoon at a oclock Everybody Invited- OATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a in High Mass at 10 n m Sundayschool at 2 p ntr i Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Ji Rev Dr H E Dosker of Louisville 1 Will preach at a m and 730 p m Dr Dosker will preach a special Christt mss sermon At 730 the regular praise service Sundayschool at 080 ar in Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 080 p Prayermeeting rcaesday evening at 780 p m cordially welcomed 11 a in and 780 p ntr The Prophet Hosea tt will bt the sub Ject of the evening sermon Sundayschool at 045 u in evening prm invited to attend SOUTHERN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe the pastor m sub ject of the evening sermon Young Peoples Society at 7 pr m Sundayschool at Prayer meeting Wednestay evening at rs0 p Everybody Mted to attend CHAPEL Sunday school every Sunday afternoon ut 3 p m l Everybody invited ARRESTED AT DEPOT When one J J Cutters alighted from the west bound C O train I on Wednesday night he was arrested f officers Harrod and Brawner charg ed with larceny He was wanted at Midway He was placed in jail KING OKEEFE The jolly Elks are shaking hands with themselves over the excellent prospect for their entertainment which comes off on the 2Cth and 28th of December yith fairy like Queen Lil to do the society act and the rest ot tho trout jo fill in the spaces it will lie something long to be ror mehjibered as well as enjoyed right htat the time sales open this morning at early Cc there will bo a rush BUT BUY ONLY THE BEST We carry a Full Line of j V Steel One and Two Ply Floroid Roofing Three Ply Felt Roofing Felt and Building Lime Cement Salt F c Main jt RELIGIOUS pmEverybody byahechapelPrayer chapelVisitors TheProphet chapelThe iVisitOIS 0intiyriEverybol1r PRESBYTERIAN prTito rBELLEhOINT unrivaled Ticket BarrettsrGo I Dont Neglect Your Roof Crimp Roofing Slaters Paper SOYAER CO SAD ENDING OF LIFES FITFUL FEVER Mrs Dolly Powers better known here as Dolly Theobald the talented little soubrette com mitted suicide in Columbus Ohio on Tuesday night by shooting herself through the heart at her hotel in that city Mrs Powers family seem fol lowed by peculiar fatality Her brother Thomas committed suicide when residing in tho house now occupied by Mr L S Graham her mother and sister were burned to death in Louis ville and now pretty little Dolly follows by ending her life She was a vory talented and attrac tive actress and had been mar ried to Mr Powers for several years May her troubled soul rest in peace HEAVY SNOW On Wednesday night a heavy snow felt in this city and it looked as though we would have a white Christmas but later on It warmer and a rain fell turnedI snow to disappear very rapidly The snow was general in tion of the State CURT JETT CONFESSES chat hardened flend Curtis Jntt on the witness stand at Cynthiana on Thursday confessed that he shot and killed Cockrell the town marshal of Jackson but claimed self defense when he was in hiding in the court house Such things make a man sick at the stomach Selfdefense Bah A FAMOUS REMEDY 1 cured MY cough with German Syrepf lie wrote to Dr G G Green An as tell you doctor dear Im f fst ever Ive beta CJThe poor consumptive should not to the victim of experiment as he often is but the moment the disease mani fests its presence he should be Bo schees German Syrupa pure nonalcoholic medicine that is nrn e specially for the cure of consumption and has a world wide fame as a certain remedy for catarrh colds croup sore throat ana all bronchial affections in old and young qIt is sold in all civilized countries an has been famous as a consumption cure for almost half a century qTrial bottle 250 Big bottle 750 At all druggists throughout the world For sale by J W Gayle GERMAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY HOP The German Benevolent Society will give ono of their enjoyable hops in tho rooms of the Young Mens Democratic Club in ManIdaygentlemen will be charged 1 which will include lunch which will be served during the even ingThis will be a treat to the lovers of music and dancing VIOLIN RECITAL ON DEC 81ST A delightful concert will be given at the Episcopal Chapel on December 81st under the aus pices of the Womans Club Mr Arthur Leon Judson the violinist is a musician of fino feeling who is sure to please hiRc audienceMrs Louise Oowan Bigelow the vocalist has a clear soprano voice and has achieved great suc cess in song recitals The pianoist Miss Churchill studiedmusic inl Iiabilityon sale at Avorills drug store after December 25th HERE IS A MAN It stakes the blood stir with admira tion to read the message of President Roosevelt with regard to the discharge of the colored soldiers guilty of das tardly conduct by which an innocent man was murdered several others wounded and the lives of women and children endangered at Brownsville President speaks out like a MAN and asserts that his action but followed numerous precedents where white soldiers wero treated in the same way under slinuar circumstances lie shows how he had thoroughly investigated tlc matter and affirms that he would act in a similar way another occasion came up without werelignores the racial question altogether The salvation of the colored race whether in or out of the army depends upon their obedience to law The law is their shield and buckles and when they disobey it they lose the antago ground t A4 CHRISTMAS OBSERVANCE BY THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR On Tuesday morning next December 25th in compliance witha mandate of the Grand Encampment of the United States the Knights Templar ow bodyfHawaii or wherever they maybe on sea or land will assemble for the purpose o ff ering the following sentiment to the Grand- Master urfo our Most Eminent Grand Master George M Moulton A merry Christmas and may he always remember the love and friendship of his fellow soldiers of the Cross In response to the above Most Eminent Sir Moulton has sent the following To the 105000 Sir Knights of our jurisdiction on Christmas Day the most memorable of all the days in the Christian calendar this sentiment is dedicated Man should ever seek his- enrthlv reward for deeds done in the approval of his conscience which is the voice of God and next to gain the esteem of his fellowman which when worth ily won is a priceless treasure In order that the ceremony may take place at the sumo time allover the United States and her possessions 12 oclock noon Eastern standard time hats been fixed as the hour and as 11 oclock in this city Tuesday morning will correespond to that hour the Sir Knights of Frank fort Commandery No 4 will moot in their Asylu m in Masonic Temple for the purpose ot observ ing the occasion in a proper man ner and obeying the above man dateEvery member of the Com mandery is urged to be present and all true Templars sojourning in our city soul thou friends are courteously invited to ho present It is expected that in addition to time regular toast to the Grand- Master a of the United States the Grand Commander of Kentucky will be remembered somo impromptu speeches will ho made and an hour or so spent in social enjoymontia To have beautiful perfect pink velvetlike lips apply at bedtime a light coating of Dr Shoops Greon Salvo Then next morn ing notice carefully tho effect Dry cracked or colorless lips mean feverishness and are as well ill appearing Dr Shoops Green Salvo is a softy creamy healing ointment that will quickly cor rect any skin blemish or ailment Get a free trial box at our store ginsjar i STAMPING GROUND Mrs1 V Hearn is in CincinI thorMr C B Roberts wont Louisville on a business trip thisIi weeka1The Buffalo Springs Distillery No 105 is preparing for opera t tions by its new owners There is every probability that it will snake a longer run than usual Mrs P H Crutchfield was call iI ed to Pleasnreville by the illnesstand death of her father Mr W H Gatewood the popular and efficient deputy county court clerk has been con fined to his room for about a weekwith la grippe We regret to learn that JittlaIMiss Lilian Bruner daughter of 1 our efficient Postmaster has been quite eiok for several days Great inconvenience wag experienced by this community this week and part of lust by the wreck on the F C R R which stopped all trains until TuesdayOur farmers were too busy stripping tobacco on Monday to attend county court day at GeorgetownDr is still in Cin cinnati under treatment for his eyes tad ears Mrs C F Turner of Frank fort was brought to tho home of her father Major Anderson last week very low with consumption Miss Ivy Wigginton is in an in firmary in Cincinnati under treat ment for nasal catarrh Rev Gio W Hill and two daughters Mises Stella and Clara are all quite under the weather with lagrippe UNO lf taken at the Sneeze Stage Prevention a toothsome candytiTablet will surely wail quickly chock an approaching cold or La grippe VluMi you first catch cold or feel it coming ontake Dr Snoops rat ntics and the prompt effect will certainly sur prise and ploase you Proventics prarerhialicent rand 25 cent boxes by all dealers LATEST STYLES IS WALL APE It I have a full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call timid ex amine stock C M mUDGEFORD Main Street Opposite Engine House 31 tf- Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in em et Nov 25 IJOG sub ject tu change without notice Limited for Louisville Nashville Menu phis Ycst ami Southwest 20 A and UU 1 31 hails Limited For Washington Italtlmore 1liilnileN tibia New York Hiehmnuc10IdjPoint mid Norfolk s 1016 A JG and 801 P 31 Daily SJlyr s4jj v t tit jt y tt I ii eI Christmas Fancy Goods AT I JUST HALF PRICEA All BricaBrac Medallions Albums Picture Frames Mirrors Toilet Sets Vases Fancy Boxes Inkstands Paper Weights etc Are Reduced This Morning to PRICEICome as early in the morning1 as possible to secure choice Many Handsome Articles here at Prices which will make your Christ mas Money go twice as far as usualyt K- McClure Son1r POSITIVE PROOF Should Convince the Greatest Skeptic in Frankfort Because its the evidence of a Frankfort citizen Testimony easily investigated The srongesti endorsement of meritTho host proof Head it J P Taylor of 5304 Madison street carpenter by trade now retired says For nigh on to thirty years I was subject to pain and weakness in my Lack The trouble know came from tho kidneys especially from the left one this being the most affected Sometimes I could scarcely arise after kneeling or stooping and often when walking sharp pains would take me in tho left side so as to nearly cause me to fall A weakness of tho kidney secretions was very annoying specially at night and it disturbed my rest For years at oftrecurring intern s I took various medicines which all practically failed to give tho promised anti expected benefit It is the recollection of these very facts which make mo so appreciate the remedy which also afforded me a genuine and lasting benefit 1 refer to Doans Kidney Pills which were procured by me at J W Gayles drugstore They went right to the cause of the trouble and removed it I will always recommend Doans Kidney Pills to my friends as a remedy that cam bo depend r ed upon For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMil burn Co Buffalo Now York solo agents for the United States Remember tho namu Doans and take no other rMcCLURES FOR H07 In tho January number of Mc 1C1ures will begin the Life of Baker G Eddy und the Historyof the Chrstian Science Movement For the first time a complete impartial and true story of Mrs Eddy and Christian Science is to be hndit will run throughout the year Georgine storyforsued her study of the subjects Five other writers of MoCluros stall have worked with her to make this story accurate fair unbiased and complete In view of the fact that for some months the press has been full of diverse and conflicting news and state ments regarding Mrs Eddy it is evident that accurate knowledge concerning her is diJJcult to ob Consequentlypreparation of its series will give us for the first time a true history and account of her and her cult Carl Schurzs Reminiscences of a long life will be continued An indication of the timeliness of these reminiscences and the reawakened national interest in Carl Schur to which they have contriubted are the great Carl Schurz Memorial Meetings hold recently in the cities and theI Movement started which proposes to raise 250000 and to erect a Carl Schurz Memorial as a tribute to his great ser vice to the progress of our coun try William Allen Whit Samuel Hopkins Adams Burton J Hen drick and George Kibbe Turner will also contribute to McCluros powerful articles on present day topics conditions and men of national interest Those writers are big men and the work of ouch one aside from is literary achieve ment is a compelling wholesome factor in the regeneration which these United States are now ulldnrgoingIGeorge Kennan who won his spurs by his remarkable series on Systomhasstaff The results of his recent investigations and work will ap pear at an early dateIEllen Terry contributes an inti mate history of the English writingteemsdents from the lives of great actors whom she knew iutimatell From these droll amusing and inter esting happenings we can understand why these men and wonen c v of genius became loved and famousFor story readers products- of all McClures fiction favorites will appear and a large number of writers who Jmvo hit recent ly Such wellknown names as Joseph Conrad Mary Stewart Cutting Percival Gibbons Viola Rosehoro 0 Henry Myrn Kelly Rex Beach Sirs Wilson Woodrow and Helen R Martin give pro mise of as good stories of various sorts as any reader could wish Illustrators of note and merit will also contribute their shares productionsstories by scores of pictures and illustrations in every issue IPile get quick relief from De Shoops Magic Ointment Rr member is made alone for Piles and it works with certainty and pnillfulIpear like magic by its use Try it and sen All dealers NEW RULES AS TO POST OFFICE BOX RENT Postmaster Goo L Barnes has received the following new rules governing the rental of Postoflico boxes which ho will have to strictly enforce in future II No hex shall be assigned to the use of any person until the rout therefor has been paid Box routs must be collected at the beginning of each quarter for the entire quarter but no longer When a box is rented afar the beginning of a quarer rent must bo colletted pro rata for the remainder of the quarter Ten days before the lout day of each quarter postmasters are required to place in each rented hex a hill bearing the date of the last day of the quarter which will be receipted upon payment of the rent If a box holder fails to renew his right to his box on or before the last day of a quarter the box shall then be closed and offered for rent and the mail placed in the general delivery subject to orders lGta CONTRACT LET The contract to buildTtho electric line from Boechwood to Shol byville has been lq t by the L E Railway to Mr W IJLoe of Indianapolis and The contract calls for the completion of the 28 miles by the early fall of next year Beeclnvood is 8 miles from Louisville milking the total length of road HI miles From Shelbyville on to Frankfort will follow soon after SEE MEXICO An opportunity is offered a limited number of desirable persons to tour Old Mexico in Special Pullman Palace Cars A personally conducted tour starting January 15 by repre sentatives familiar with every point of historic interest on there ifft3 Iho itinerary covers a sightseeingsatisfactory and interesting The cost of the tour is very low and members of the party absolutely relieved of all respon sibility regarding arrangements If interested write for particulars at once tti Kentucky Tour Association 510512 Masonic Bldg Louisville Ky or 0 H Hungerford Dist RnilwnyLouisville FOLLOW THE FLAG When our soldiers went to Cuba and the Philippines health was the most Important consideration Willis T Morganretired 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 tion which kept me in perfect health And now in New Hampshire we find it the best medicine in the world for coughs colds bronchial troubles and all lung diseases Guaranteed at all druggists Price 50c and 1 Trial bottle free h MIDWINTER MEETING OF PRESS ASSOCIATION The midwinter meeting of the State Press Association dill beheld at the Old Inn in Louisville on Friday December 28 The following is the program of oxocrises Friday Dee 28 pm PaperA Popularity Contest as a Circulation Builder Judgfr John H Westover Owe iton Dem ocratPaper Handling the Daily Nows George A Newman Louisville Herald Paper Rubbing tho Bumb Sam Stairs Dover News Round Table= IIIs and Downs of the Past Year Conducted by R W l Brown LouisvillfJ Times Saturday Dec 20 0UOa m Paper= Advertising and News Which John L Smith Kuttawa Times Paper The Society Editors Troubles Ella Hutchison El wanger Frankfort State Journal PaperA Crack at Creation sHavenJReports of Progress ofJDistrict Leagues By Officers of the Same FOR RENT A cottage of four rooms ten minute walk to town Also four acres of to bacco land Apply to Rev Thos N Arnold at Montrose Nov 304t THE CRUSADER FOR DECEMBER rho Crusader Col Noel Gainos paper for December hall reached our table It is a very interesting number There are several articles in it which com mand a careful and attentive readingThe doughty Colonel ie issuing a good paper oar Earb msMyc Ts IttIe iIf ri trt5