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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 i i Y y v THE FRANKFORT ROIJNDABOI GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TKIIMS 100 In Advance 1YOL XXXIFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DECEMBER 29 1906 No 17 CORKERS AND TWISTERS 6 By Mrs OHoulihan The traffic over the L N Railroad bridge connecting the Eastern and Western portions of the city of Frankfort is some k what surprising In addition to- West Frankfort or Bellepomt ae 4 t originally known with its HOC r population and the settlement r along the line of the railroad and on Buttormers Hill the entire population of five county pre cincts embracing nearly one fourth the county territory use this bridge in coming to and in going from the city This has been made the more necessary by the act of the City Council in ap propriating the county road between the railroad bridge and Devils Hollow to the uses of the street railroad comptny The ringing of the electric bell betore the frequent passage of JOotrnins detains from five to fifteen vehicles each time in the entrance ways until the train has passed If tho train is behind time this delay is longer told the more expensive Added to the danger in the passage of trains is the fact that within the city limits is a toll bridgesome thing unusual in cities of the size and population of Frankfort It was this fact that caused the county and city authorities to give reJief to the southern portion of the county and its environs by abolishing the toll bridge and by erecting a new one The 4eastern portion of the city and iicounty is entitled toequal the city to its exompI 1 Tho construction rof bridge between East and West Frankfort at or near tho junction of Kentucky and Benson Avenues and extending to Wilkinson street near Mero would relieve then wants and promote the conve nience and business of city and county The L N Railroad would no doubt contribute to the con struction of this bridge to relieve tho pressure of travel over the- railroad bridge and the hazard of damage suits from accident The benefit would more than compen sate for the cost of construction which need jiot exceed 50000 Whoi you see snow or ice lying on tho pavement in front of nI store or other place of tbusiness for somejhours after the storm is over or tho night has passed you may bo sure of one of two things either the proprietor is too stingy to buy a broom or shovel or too cnreless or indiffer ent tojuso it In either case he withIon you or resort to double entry baokkeepingI Somebody should have posted tho weather bureau about tho snow storm of last Friday night arid Saturday morning Tho d authority of tho almanac and tho goosebone is again reestablished rTho Sundayschool at Coon Hollow gave n Christmas present tojoach little boy who wouldcon tribute a penny to the missionary box and at the same time recite an appropriate text of scripture Billy Jones conic up first drop pod in his penny and said Tin Lord loveth a cheerful giver This was good Then Tommj hislponnyto the poor lendoth to tho Lord This too was appropriate and Tommy got his present they Saul Buster came up dropped in his penny and expressively added A fool and his money is soo- npartedSam brought down the house but his Christmas gift is said to have taken wings Mrs OHoulihan will receive callers who bring New Years re mem brancos from 7 a m to 0 p m New Years day TrPOSTMASTER ROBBED G W Fours Postmaster at Riverton In nearly lost his life and was robbed ofall comfort fording to his letter which f ys LO ears I hl chronic liver complaintwhich led to such a severe case of jaundice that even my finger nails turned yellow when my hector prescribed Electric Bitters which cured me and have kept mo well fcr eleven years Sure euro for Billions ness Neuralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derangements A wonderful Tonic At all druggists SOME IMPROVEMENT Under tho energetic manage ment of Col T D Salleo the Tntoruibau Traction Co has put on another car for service in this city This is certainly an im provement and we know that he will never bo satisfied until he gets a real street car system againAnother thing that he is doing that will be a big improvement He is having tho poles and wires put up to run tho cars out to the f irks of the Versailles and George t nvn pikes This will bo done aa soon as the wires are up Catarrh of the nose told throat should lead you to at least ask fort free trial box of Dr Shoops Cn tarrh Cure Nothing so surely proves merit as a real actual test ant Dr Shoop to prove this earnestly desires that we let you make the test This creamy Snow White healing balm soothes tho throat and nostrils and quickly purifies a foul or feverish breath Call and investigate All dealers FRANKFORT BOY MAKING GOOD We are in receipt of a copy of n handsome writeup of the mer lantile interests of tho city of Sotwburgll N Y- In it is a veiy complimentary notice of tho Atlas Roofing Com pnllYof which Mr Hugh A Daniel formerly of this city is the President Mr Daniel is tho son of tho ate Capt G W Daniel of this city and is a fine young man Wo are happy to note another llustration that Frankfort boys come to the front everywhere they go AN ALARMING SITUATION Frequently results from neglect of logged bowles and torpid liver until onstipation becomes chronic This condition Is unknown to those who use Dr Kings New Life Pills the nest and gentlest regulators of Stomach and Bowles Guaranteed by all druggists Price 25c ATTENTION FARMERS Winchester Ky Des21 190G Mr Tobacco Grower December lust is positively the theIlllup If we fall down there is no one to blame but yourself- If we fall down you will bo at the mercy of the American tobacco Company If it is a go you will still be at tho mercy of the American Tobacco Company as your signature will not appear on a contract therefore you cannot expect any protection from your neighbor within the organisation Are you for or against this move Are you for a greater prosperity in all branches of busi ness or against it Are you satis fied with c tobacco or would you prefer to yell your tobacco at its actual worth according to grades Many farmers are deeply interested in this move who have not signed up their tobacco preferring to wait and see Suppose for instance you have a drouth which does come about once in while and one of your neighbors says John are you going to put in a big crop next year so as to pay and snake up for this drouth- and John says No I believe I will wait und see if we are going to have another drouth if we do it wont be of any use to plant any corn etc and by the time ho waits to see about tho drouth it will be too late to plant his crop Just so with those waiting to see if this is a go January 1st will bo too late to decide whether you will pled your crop of tobacco or nut I it isnt a go we dont need VMI after January 1st 1007 If it is a go we dont need you so thereon are Take it for what it is worth win or lose Are you who are waiting to see really wrtng to see or playing for time in which to sell your tobacco at our expensewe who have had the grit to sign up and make a price Study your posi propositionI growers going to have it said about you that you havent as much grit and determination nboirt you as the poor farmers of the Pennyrile District of Kentucky who with 27 per cent won tho greatest victory of modern times and won with the tobacco growing world pitted against them including tho trusts and independent dealers Shame on the man who will net lund his name and influence to a move uf this kind which means so much to his com munity and to the State at largo Have you no love for horn and little ones Care you not about your tenants and his little ones What are you living for What kind of a man is he who stands aloof from this move waiting to see January 1st will tell Yours Fraternally H E DEATH FROM LOCKJAW Never follows an injury dressed with Bueklens Arnica Salve Its mtiscptic and healing properties pro vent blood poisoning Chas Oswald Merchant of Rensselaorsvlllo N Y writes It cured Seth Burch of this place of time ugliest sore on his neck over saw Cures cuts wounds burns and sores 25c at all druggists SEVERE FALL Letter carrier Otis Eddius wad 30 unfortunate as to sustain a bad fall as ho was going down tho stops into the basement of the customhouse Ho slipped and foil heavily to tho granitoid floor slitting a serious gash in his head and bruising himself otherwise- Dr 0 B Demaree was BnmI monsed and dressed his injuires He in up lend about now 1tII 1 1 WHJT Jk SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY For Money Saving Tremendous Reductionx On Ladies Suits Coats Skirts and Furs NO 4M3 ST ST fRIDGE l is 4a f a r Tons Tons a of e can a Visit us our new r About tl oclock on Bubby and Moore became in a on near tho Blue Front Saloon in the course of which was shot by Moore in tho of the tho the of the lungs the after the to Dr J S office on St where an was and the dressed which t J J One Lot Ladies Suits atprice One Lot Furs at price One Lot Childrens Sets at pric- eLadies Coats Every Ladies Coat in stocklin Great Sac rifice Sale- S1OOO Coats SG5O 1250 Coats 750 1500 Coats 1000 175O 125O Tailored Skirts One Lot of S50O Skirts S3S8 One Lot of 75O Skirts 548 One Lot 1000 Skirts 748 ofrIt CLAIR AT KY rUMBERWE 100000 Feet Framing Lumber 500000 Shingles Cedar and Poplar 100000 IJo inch Laths 50000 Feet Flowering and Ceiling 30 Invincible Wall PlasteriJO Plaster Board We also carry large stock veranclea columns sash doors We furnish complete house on short notice in oilicc HAMMOND CO MONDAYS SHOOTING Monday afternoon John Kinkead Kirk involved diiliculty Broadway Kinkead upper part abdomen ball piercing lower liver SOP11111plnces Kinkead shooting walked Goodrichs Clair street examination made wound after Iii Fur included this Coats of FRANKFORT pattern he was taken to the home of his father Mr James Kinkead ou North Wilkinson street Young Moore surrendered to Officers Hamilton tumid McDonald and was lodged in jail What lead up to tho shooting is in conflict Kinkead claiming that he was blameless and Moore that ho only shot when backed almost oil the street by Kinkead There is conflict lin tho testi mony of the few witnesses who saw anything of tho trouble and but little was known at best Owing to his strong vitality Kiukead lived until 10 oclock on Wednesday morning i JitJAii if tIIidfrJJIY C r arlf iIf 1 yr 0rPrice r Sale PERSONAL Mrs Wm A Bull is visiting rela tires in Richmond Miss Ann Church of Louisville visit ed here this week Miss Corlne Henry visited friends in Louisville this wool Col Jas A Scott has returned from a trip to Barbourville- Mr L Brent Greene is visiting friends in Mt Sterling Miss label Weathers visited friends jn Ciiihlana this week Mr Robert L Movers of Louisville spent the holidays here Mr Harry Graham of Columbus 0 was in the cUr this week Dr Frank Thompson of Louisville spent Christmas at home Mr Elliott Ford of Georgetown Col lege spent Christmas here Miss Mary Todd Xicol has returned from a visit to Lexington Mr Louis Lea of Shelby county was in the tits on Saturday Col Ed E Abbett made a business trip to Cincinnati on Monday Miss Lottie Haehl of Louisville is the guest of Miss Leota Blacl Mr J Arnold Batterton of Louis f ville spent the holidays here Miss Elsie Leavy of Midway was the guest of friends this week Miss Gertrude Laud of Cincinnati visited relatives here this weel Mr Chas A Hardin of Harrodsburg was in the city on Wednesday Miss Madge Burnam of Richmond was the guest of friends this weelICol A B Hammond and son his mother at Smithfield this week Dr Luklns of Louisville was the guest of Judge C E Boe this week MT Ed M Finnell and wife spent Sunday with relatives in Shelbyville- Mr L A Trumbo the commercial vangellst is at home fore the holidays Cadet Isaac Locke of State College Lexington spent the holidays at home Miss Bernice Scottow of Louisville came home Saturday for the holidays Dr1 W Jouett of Eminence spent Christmas with relatives in this city Diri Paul Swain and wife spent ChrIstmas with his mother at Smith field Mr Harry Weltzel is the guest of his mother Mrs Jerome Weitxel this week Rev C R Hudson and wife left Tuesday for Paris Iud to visit his mother Cadet Howard Umethun of State College Lexington spout the holidays at home Mr W E Glenn of Greenville is the guest of his brother Col Moses R Gieen Dr Mitchell Lewis of Richmond Va was the guest of relatives hero this week SterllnIC ORear Mr Leslie Scott of Pittsburg Penn was the guost of Col Jas A Scott this week Mr Hard Hardin of St Louis Mo visited his aunt tiles Orlando Drown this week Mr Jno J McGurk wife anti daugh tor spent Christinas with relatives in Lexington Mr W P Williams and wife of Irvine were guests of her mother Mrs S C Dull Miss Hattie Poynter of Sholbyville was the guest of Miss Bertha Scott this week PiUSbUlgj1enn i fI tfi 117 r s Great i 0 i IfIi6 IIAtF 1 i ICH F Yf I ALE f It t Of IJR lIes allQt NJlssesL J J 1 1 OJt ed1 t t 11J 1sIIlw + armvnwr nawwnvuu aresierawmrvunesrwra wwnrrarrwawn ws nuMrn MTi t OAM6NAMf ifJ Car WIL 4I i JDvory Suit wo IMVO in stock has been CtT TO I JUST ONEHALF PKICE This is an opportunity to secure a Beautiful lIJto atc Coat Suit at UK rc diculoiis price of OJSLEiHJLI EM IThe first to come get the Choice None will bo I sent roA on approval or laid aside Xo alterations made These Units will goo fast at these prices Dont delay your purchase ICRAS J WEITZEL1 01 t + Mrs R T Polk and daughter of Cloverport were guests of Mrs Ben ton Eubank- Mr Matthew Allen of Eminence IiohuesIonMr Robert Crutcher of Louisville spent Christmas with his sister Mrs H S Keller Mr W Y Jett and wife are at home for the holidays with his mother Mrs Virginia Jett Mr Mason B Barret of Louisville spent Christmas with his mother Mrs W F Barret Mr A Logan McKee and wife of Cincinnati spent the holidays with relatives here Miss Cordle Jeffers who has been visiting her sister in Louisville has returned home Miss Crum of Beards is the guest of Mr L Cass South and wife at Forlks Elkhorn Hon Jere South of Mountain Home ArK was the guest of relatives here this weep Col M S Barker of Louisville was the guest of Mr J Gray McLean and wife this week Mrs Sallie W Berry of Versailles was the guest of her sister Miss Lutie Ware this week Ar Chas E Weisenburgh is at home with his sister Mrs Jos Rupert for the holidays Mr John M Scott of Louisville was the guest of his mother Mrs W L Scott this week Miss Lottie Horralson of Missis sippi is the guest of Miss Eloise Booe for the holidays Mr Thos Walsh of Xew Albany Ind was the guest of Col Moses R Glenn this week Mr Paul Avis of the Engineers office Canal Zone Panama arrived at home Sunday Mr Paul Avis who came here Sun day from Panama left Monday for Washington City Mr pp ton Hobson spent the holt days with his parents Judge 1 P Hobson and wife Mr D P Rowland of Danville was the guest of his daughter Mrs Cecil Farmer this week Miss Lizie Hudson of Huntington W Va came home for the holidays on Saturday night Mrs R A Bohannan and son of Jackson visited Mr J L Bohannan and wife this week Harry Crutcher of Louisville IDr the guest of his sister Mrs H eller this week Mag Quinn of Lexington Is Ifs the holidays with Mrs Claude Third street Miss Mollie Pohlman of Louisville the guest of Mr H G Mattern and m II Bridge street lis Mrs Jennie T Cardn ell was the of her sister Dlrsi L Watson In Lexington Tuesday Hon Jno K Hondrick of Paducah was In the city Saturday leaving for home Sunday morning Mr Chas R Darnell of Rich Hill Mo was the guest of his sister Mr Mrgiuia Jett this week Mrs W A Scott and son of Paris spent Christmas with her parents Mr C C Maxelrlgg and wife Mr Jno P Hanley and wife and Mlss Therose McDermott visited rela fives at Paris on Tuesday rMrs Sue L Graves of Logansport Ind was the guest of her mother Mrs Sarah E Inner this week Miss Mary Keith Miles of Lexing ton spout Christmas with tier parents Mr Jno E Miles and wife Mr Geo M Farmer of Birmingham Ala visited his parents Mr Geo M Partner anti wife this week Mr Barnott wife and laugh tel of Henderson are guests of her JMt BroadIwarMr Haner Bohannan or Chicago Ills is the guest of his parents Mr Jos L Bohannan and wife Mr Russell A Baker and wife of Louisville are guests of her parents Mr N I McDaniel and wife MJss Katherine Gibbons the sweet little cantatrice is the guest of her father Col Jas F Gibbons Mr Will H McClure of Weathers ford Texas is the guest of his parents Mr R K McClure and wife Cadet Basil Kenney of State Col lege spout the holidays with his parents Mr T E Kenney Mr Wan J Price county attorney of Boyle county was in the city on Wednesday on legal businessIMrs John R Walters of High X C who has been the guest PointI A D Martin has gone home Miss Eloise Booe who Is attending the College of Music in Cincinnati is at home for the holidays Mr Chas R McKee and wife of the U S Canal Louisville spent the Christmas with relatives here Mr Ed E Abbett Jr who is at tenung Perdue University came home Saturday night for the holidays Miss Martha Willis of Shelbyville was the guest of her cousin Miss Marguerite Df cLean this week Mr Edwin M Dryden of Dayton Ohio spent the holidays with his mother Mrs Jno B Dryden Sr Mr Prentiss ORear of Mt Sterling was tne guest of his parents Judge E C ORear and wife this week Mrs Lida Handles Sandifer of Altamont came home Friday to visit her mother Mrs Amanda Mr Garrard Rodman HundlerI Ills came home visit his mother Mrs Guy Mr Stephen A Vaught of Danville was the guest of his parents Rev J O A Vaught and wife this week holl1darsMr Julian Jaclson of St Louis Mo is the guest of his aunts Misses Mary and Margaret Page Main street Miss Xora Miller of this office left Saturday evening for Knoxvllle TennI to spend the Christmas with relatives Miss Carrie Thompson and Mr Ben 1 nompson of Paynes Depot were guests of Mr Scott Brown and wife Miss Cornelia Gordon of Vassar College X Y is at home with her uncle Col Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill Mr D Maurice Brock of the U S Levee Board is at home with his parents at Crescent View for the holi days Mr Tohn D Quinn of Bowling Green visited his sister Mrs W G uoodwin the first three doss of this wool Miss Lottie Stoll and Mr Albert A Stoll Jr of Louisville were guests of their aunt Mrs Guy Barrett this week Mr T K Pollock and wife of Cincin nati Ohio who were guests of Judge T H Printer and wife have returned home Mrs W H G rider of Richmond was called here to attend the burial of her cousin Mrs Dolly Powers on Friday Mr R M Bergman wife and son Western of Irvine coals in Tuesday to visit her parents Copt 1 T West and wife Commonwealths Attorney Tao L guestIMrs Harvey M Brain of Lexington was the guest of her brothers Mr Jno C Mastln and Mr Gilbert H Mastin this week 11J ICo J wYL MArr 10 Suits 500 12 Suits 5 00 14 Suits 700 15 Sui s 750 18 Suits 000 20 Suits 1000 25 Suits 1250 r t a 1 jwJ 2 Price Saler t G8EOTEST SOLE YETI Jackets Coats Rain Coats and skirts We must close out our readymade garments You will find astonishing prices Jackets 53 to S5 Coats 5 750 9 and X10 Ondepuieap 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 goods were bought before the ad vance in prices F T HEENEY AM READY TO MAKE THE B- ESTPHOTOS And all Portraits and Groups at my new Gallery South Frankfort Bridge St Everything new Call on the Relia P1lotogrepllcrI H G MATTERN Vflj II FREE From Isaac Shelby to J C W Deckh- amBALL OFc KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS The First Time Their Pictures Have Ever Boon Published FREE I KentuckyGovernorslucky State Historical Society- In order to place these pictures in a permanent form they have been arranged In a group in an uptodate Atlas showing Kentucky with the latest census pictures of oil the presidents the United States Rulers ntul of all nations steamship routes statistical data history of the RussoJa an War also late maps of the United States Pan ama Canal Iastern and Western Hemisphere reports of the last three national census and much other historical This unique and valuable Atlas Is FREE to ALL EVENING POST SUBSCRIBERS If not now a subscriber send 1300 for n full years subscription by snail or 200 for six months subscription Understand that these rates arc by only and that the sub scriptlon price by or agent is cents per week The livening Post publishes six or more editions daily and the latest edition Is sent to each render according to the time that it wilt reach them The livening Post is first in everything and has the most State news and Jest market reports For all the people and against the grafter Independent always For the Home WIlt ttttUU0 Jfaflt LOUISVILLE KY Special Price on Chart and Evening Post with this Paper ftEvery Suit and Cloak in the Store Reduced Cloaksw I J Specials at X500 Specials at 750 Specials at 1000 Specials at 1500 Suits See the Misses Junior Suits 850iSee the Ladies Suits at 1500 1F See the Fine Suits at 2000 to 25 00 one worth nearly n quite IJEvcry double ADDITIONAL PERSONALS = Mr Sam Miles the traveling evan gellst of the E M Milling Co r spent Christmas with his father ir Jno E Miles 1 Marshaiit her parents Mr A I Marshall and l wife In Mason county William Morris and wife nee IP11unl Thomas of Xew York are itguests of her mother Mrs Molllo Thomas Logan street Master Wm E Bradley Jr who attending school In Xew York Isa sit d home for the holidays with his moths Bradloylr wife and son Will A Lewis Jr were guests andIMr James Jones and wife of Albany N Y who were called here by the illness of her father Mr D L Holland left for home Wednesday afternoon Lexingtontk R and Prof Curtis and wife we- rt guests of Mrs Jos B Woods thi j week Mrs Sam Stone Bush and children of Kenwood Park Louisville who haver been guests of Col Geo F Berry and wife Juniper Hill have returned home SarntogaSpringsby the dangerous Illness of her father Mr D L Holland left for home on Wednesday y Mr E P Cain and wife of Clncin nati Ohio were guests of her brothelI Mr Edward Burkholder and wife Sthis week returning home on Wednes morning Miss Laura Theobald of Louisville 1wattended the burial of her sister Mrs herle W H Grider 11cft Tenn and Mr J R Richardson of witlfq i Miss Ruth Taylor daughter of Rev dDr W C Taylor of Petersburg GeorgetownAm ither old home this week Mr O A Willams foreman of the thie antn City Penn the first of the year f Mrs Edwina Marshall mother of urCult Court Clerk Marshan and lr1 L B Marshall has gone to Versailles to spend the remainder of the winter 1I soncwith her daughter Mrs B W Thomp Mr Jno B LIndsey Jr anti wife and Miss Maria LIndsey of West fascagoula Miss came home Saturs v to spend the holidays with SIfftitrxe who has been so dangerously ill for J t several weeks was so far recovered JUST WHAT YOU WANTITS HERE J Here and priced so low that if Tailored Garmeifc could blush theyd blush CLOAKS AND FULL SUITS In all of the Best of This Seasons Fabrics Fashioned as Dame Fashion demands skillfully Man Tailored fresh and generous in their promises of serviceiWE KNOW YOULL BE SURPRISED AND DELIGHTFD rurs14 Off Any Fur Scarf p jJ I 91 ne7iT nw I as to leave for his old homo at Sara toga Springs X Y Wednesday Mr C M Bridge ford was the recipient of a hind quarter of a vet ison yesterday from friends In the- f Clarence Egbert a former Frankfort man and editor has bee appointed superintendent of the Ja E Hughes Cos office Butch star- de with the Roundabout in the long ago We congratulate him VIOLIN RECITAL Dont forgot the violin recital which will be given nt the Parish Ohurchrunder the auspices of the Vomans Club There is a rare trent in for lovers of classical music The price of admission is 50 fosr Dont fail to attend NEW COMMISSIONER aAfter a service of about 20 years as Commissioner of the Franklin Circuit Court Mr W Horace Posey will retire from that position on the 1st of Juno ary Mr Posey has been one of nest careful efficient and valuable ofH ers who over held that position He retires with tho respect sail confidence of all who business with him Mr Walter Jotters is said to be the new appointee He is ft fine young maniUNCLE JOSH SPRUCEBY The musical features with Uncle Josh Spruceby company this year In elude a band and an orchestra of ten solo musicians At the noonday con cert a program of popular and high grade selections are rendered by the band and these concerts have be come very popular and Invariably attract much attention and comment The orchestra between the acts dis a pleasing program and Is one of the many attractive features with the show For the first time this sea this company appeals at popular prices 25 35 and 50 cents It goes without saying that a jammed house assured Uncle Josh appears at the Capitol lTheatre on Friday Jan 1 Seats on at Barretts Tuesday morning Childrens Cloaks 14 Off BLUE EYES IN TURKESTAN Professor Gruenwedel chief of Prussian exploring expedition In ei nese Turkestan has discovered In tlr Cave of the Temples at Kumtura thiwith red hair and blue eyes and that the temples themselves which are prehistoric were erected by a people of that description Moreover there are white freaks among every dark skinned people There is a tribe of perfectly white Indians on the Upper Amazon and another In Mexico There Is iljttrlbe of white solutely savage living In the intcrlorI of Luzon n even a tribe of negroes in Central Africa who are certainly white in comparison with their neigh outor a sport like wheat and the other grains liable to listen to the call of the wild under wild conditions KILLING OF SEAL RAIDERS Washington D Cr Aug 10In Its international aspect the killing of five Japanese seal poachers on St Paul Island will occupy the attention of Washlngtcn until some word is heard from the Japanese Government What attitude Tokio will take Is not known The Actin Secretary of State told Mr Miaoka he had sent to Ambassa efor Wright at Tokio details of the af fall as reported to the Department of Commerce and Labor by Mr Sims special agent of the Department of Justice who was at the scene iIt Is understood the State Depart makes no attempt whatever to IJ justify the killing merely transmitting the information in case it should be desired by the Japanese Govern ment The message it Is stated expresjthe poachers had resulted In the loss of human life The position taken by the Govern men Is that the shooting was justI- fied and tiiat no apologies are necesary and no amends called for Seal poachers are regarded as beyond the pale of the law and entitled to no more shift than a burglar caught In n house It Is not expected here that the Japanese Government will make any demands on the United States and it Is believed nothing further will be heard of tho matter IILaxativc 1 OLD TAYLOR TILL PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky 1 Itruly Street Car Schedule Cars leave Capital Hotel FOR SOUTH FRANKFORT G20 a m and every 20 minutes un tll 1020 p FOR PARK LINE 015 a m and every 40 minutes gull 1015 p m IFOR LEESTOWN every 40 minutes mIS V Traction Co J D SALLEE Supt H INEW SERVICE IVIA HENDERSON ROUTE Trains 145 and 146 will carry uptodate Pullman Sleeper Bet- weenLOUISVILLE AN 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 H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KyIL J General IRWINI LOUISVILLE Ky PiYvEt9i THS EXITTN The Simple Sifts PerfectSFelling cloggingof uinIn aflaih ittouches EagleFlash INoij with karat gold pointSuet vulcanized mil fully guaranteed EugleFIahNo25 250Elarge size 5300 with sold Lands 400 Sold by and Other stores Ark YOUR DEALER If be EagleFLASH send the retail price direct to Each pen abululcly guar Pencil Co- Manufacturers 377 Broadway New York iJ P l areBblood purifier ani flueh3centsIFor sale by Gayle J W Gayle and r CUBAJEasily nnd Quickly Reached vin theRSouthern Railway IIAND J Queen 3c erescent Route ScheduiesICar ServicelIng ATTRACTIVE TOURS Through Florida Including a delight see voyage to Havana Cuba Key West or B at low rates IVARIABLE ROUTE TICKETS Going via Ashvllle and the Land of te Sky returning direct or vice priHegesIFLORIDA SrECIAL ithIStIAUgustlneLimited now on daily For Illustrated literature rates and complete Information address any agent of the Southern Railway or J F Logan Traveling Passenger Agent Lexington Ky C H Hungerford DIst Passenger Agent Louisville Ky J C Beam Jr Asst Gen Pasenger Agent St Louis Mo Frankfort Gio1i GG 4 The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1005 P nUNDA1AXot1PMI2001 lLv D Frankfort Ari U Jo 7Summit Ellchum U j Switzer Itt 59I Stumping Ground 1053 0 j Johnson Ii j Georgetown l 5 j C S Depot J 25rpf i Xew town t7I 1f Centerville Elizabeth 8 5 IIpaai Tunctn li a 5as 7L0 Ar Paris f Lc 83034 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q C KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L X BETWEEN FRANKFORT to CNCI i NATVIA 1A MjAM PM Lv Frankfort Ar 720 25t3BETWEEN FRANKFORP CINCINNATI VIA Punts AlP1 PM 2071t3 Lv Purls Ar 83 lit Ar Cincinnati hv KENTUCKY CENTRAL K POINTS Oil aiA L Frankfort Aill 35A730P 1IIIP A Winchester UtA 15P J SeA A Maysville Lj 45A OOPI824A Cvnthiana 1602PiRichmond L 20A 1KJPI0WAA Cincinnati L 3EO B HARPER Pies amlGenl Supt jfJ C WHtYUA r THe Frankfort RoimuaDout Entered at tho postotllco at Frankfort Kon tuck 8lIOI1l1clnss inailabU mat tar u GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT DEC 29 1906 ITO OUR SUHSCRBIERS In short time we will begin sending out our bills for subscrip tion to tho ROUNDABOUT Wo trust that our patrons will take time by the forelock and will beforejThere are a number of our pa flIrons who owe us two or more years and while these tsubscriptIon sums to them the aggregate to us amounts to quite respectable fiugres We do not wish to discontinue any subscription but those who t owe and will not pay after a rent sonable time will have to be cut off FIXED FOR TRAVELINq j On Tuesday morning I found at my home an elegant sole leather suit case bearing a card upon j which was written To the Boss 1from the employes of the Round establishment It was but another evidence of good will and friendly feeling existing between us and in giving expression to it 1inthe shape they did a kindly def sire is shown to assist me in hand ling to the best advantage the burdens I sometimes harp to carry Fin my travels over the State r which is duly appreciated As most of these good people have been with me for periods ranging from twentyfive to five enrsI and a Christmas is never allowed boingjreason to be proud of them and express the hope that the same cordial rein r tions may continue to exist until I f11m compelled to surrender the management to younger and more- r r energetic hands or until time shall t put the period at the end of the t paragraph of my existence GEO A LEWIS FORMER MAGISTRATE AND GOOD CITIZEN DIES On Saturday last Mr Geo C Hughes formerly a merchant and t magistrate of the Forks of Elk horn district was stricken with C paralysis involving the whole of his left side He lingered until 10 oclock on Monday night when he passed away at the homo of his daughter Mrs L Cass South Mr Hughes was an upright honorable Christian gentleman and had lived for ninny yars at the Forks of Elkhorn where ho conducted a general country store and served as a Justice of the Pence Ho was a member of the Buck Run Baptist Church and tho funeral was conducted by his pastor Iiei110 H Burdm from that church on Wednesday morn ing from whence the remains were brought to our cemetery for interment Mr Hughes wife who was a very handsome and lovely woman had preceded him to the grave several years and from the time she was taken he seethed to lose his hold on life Ho soon retired from business and simply waited for the summons hence reaching the ago of 70 years Thoy had live children one of whom a son had passed away about two years ago Two sons prr G Russell Hughes of this city and Mr lien F Hughes of Dayton Ohio and two daughters Mrs L Cass South of the Forks of Elkhorn and Mrs B T Crum of Beards are left as well as a communityof attached friends to mourn the death of a quiet courteous gentleman and goodcitizen We have known him from our boyhood and tender our sympathy to the bereft NOTED DISTILLER DEAD Col Jas E Pepper son of the late Col Oscar Pepper of Wood ford county and a wellknown Lexington distiller died suddenly in New York City on Monday Col Pepper and his wife had only been in New York a few clays when he was taken sick and died He was the owner of tho II J E Pepper distillery at Lexington and tho Little Pepper at Yar nelltonThe remains were brought back to Lexington for binrial PROUDEST DARKEY IN TOWN On Christmas morning the Postoffioe fcree presented Undo Blan Pleasants the driver of the mail wagon running to the depot with a comfortable pair of gloves and a cap byIIse de proudest old darkey in town POPULAR JIM It STONE We see that our genial and jolly friend Mr James E Stone of Breckinridgo county is to bo the A Boston schoolboy was tall weak andsickly His arms were soft and flabby He didnt have a strong muscle in his entire body The physician who hadattended the family for thirty years prescribed Scotts Emulsion NOWTo that boys arm you would think he was apprenticed to aj blacksmithALL SOc AND 1OO k Secretary of the Democratic State Campaign Committee There never was a cleverer or more genial and upright gentle nian than Jim Stono CHRISTMAS GENERALLY OBSERVED We have scarcely ever seen so general an observance of Christ mas day as was time ease this year Business was generally 111orn1iug seemed to be bound to have a good time The various churches with tho exception of the First Baptist gave their Sundayschool entertainment on Christmas eve That at tho Baptist Church was held on the evening of Christmas day There were large crowds present at all of them and tho little ones were delighted with the way Santa Glaus did things It was not our privilege to at tend any of those that occurred on Monday evening on account of other pressing duties did attend that held on ruesdny1 The big audience room tho chapel and the general assembly of tho thrownroom chapel were su1locntionIA large Christmas tree was placed just inside the chapel reaching far above the second floor and was beautifully decorated and filled with presents The opening exercises consisted of both chorus and class music by the choir and classes of the Sundajschool Steropticon views in the life of largeIcanvas an ture by Rev Dr Adams At the conclusion of these exercises Mr Howard Johnson as Santa Claus caused no end of fun for the little folks as he proceeded to unload the Christmas tree and distribute the gifts to those for whom designed However just before the dis tribution commenced tho electric fuse in the entry burned out and the big crowd was left in pitch darkness The gas jets were quickly lighted and uneasiness bordering on a panic was allayed by the assurances of Dr U V Williams tho Superintendent Rev Dr Adams the Pastor and Mr 0 C Kenney Assistant Sup erintendent that the lights were only temporarily out and in a few minutes the were again in full blazeEverybody present had a good time and the management of the entertainment are to be congratulated HON HARLAN CLEVELAND DIES SUDDENLY Hon Harlan Cleveland ExU S District Attorney of Cincin nati died rather suddenly on Monday He was tho son of the Hon Francis L Cleveland of Augusta Ky and Mrs Laura Harlan Cleveland who was a sis ter of Justice John M Harlan Mr Cleveland was born in this city January 21 1805 Ho wag educated at Princeton College and at Berlin Germany Ho studied law at Columbian University rind under his distinguished uncle He was appointed by President Cleve hmdwho was arelativoAssistant U S District Attorney for Ohio and afterwards to the District Attorneys place Ho served with distinction He married the daughter Tustico Stanley Mathews of the U S Court Ho had five children Mr Cleveland suffered from acute rights disease Ho was a splendid lawyer and j Pleasant to take Laxative 1 SyrupA t t NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION tki t Ask Your Doctor And he win tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are J the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege 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 Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried 4ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE f Tobacco Bellows Blowers f Hoes Forks SpadesI r Cradles and Fingers tf Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Sittings and Wrenches FRANK Gi STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading GrocerJThe Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the placeti l216Stil In magnificent specimen of Ken tuck nlaiihoo- dIVANTEDGalttlenian or lady with good reference to travel by rail or with a rig for a firm of 250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses ad vanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Frankfort Ky- J2Gm SyrupYat1fee for the skin KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR cONSUMPTION PrlcoII Surest and Quickest Cure for aU THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK New Fast Tra- inColorado TO t I A I UTAHAND t t MayTheJQtntaJOI0Through nluupiiiK car nervico for SnuFrun Iso Excursion tickets now on sale For further Information call on or aildrasn nT G MATTHEWS Tray Pass Aft LoulHvillo Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass 8 Ticket ARt Bt Lout Mo Af fS m l i Ji k Jo 1T Deadly Grasp of Grip Pros trated Me lr pk Dr Miles Nervine r Built Up My Shattered Nerves and r Gave Me an Appetite Of the millions of people who today suffer from nervous or heart weakness a large per centae trace the cause directly to deadly LaGnppe It is n germ disease and makes i a direct attack upon the nerves putting an j extra strain upon them at the time ity is at the lowest ebb If LaGrippe has left you with a shattered nervous system with IOSlimmatitI fwith i Dr Miles Nervine It will undo all grip has done bring back appetite rest and restore the nerves to their normal activity k I want to write this testimonial for the it benefit of those Who have suffered from that dreaded disease LaGrippe J suffered sev T end weeks with it and nothing Itried seemed to benefit me in way or form I- suffered almost death and finally my t daughter recommended Dr Miles Nervine to me and I can truthfully say from the first g I felt better than in weeks It gave me i relief built up shattered nerves and gave me a splendid appetite I cannot speak too evefI1 find instant relief getting a bottle of Dr I i Miles Nervine Insist on having it and take tZf no other It is simply splendid Hoping this will benefitsonie oor sufferer I remain ti MRS GEORGE fi HALL Jackson Tenn All druggists 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 i CAUSE OF DISASTER ON SOUTHERN V Washington Dec 18th l Genernl Counsel A P Thorn itof the Southern Railway has statement as to the ollicial investigation of the wreck at Layors Vn in which President Spencer and six others lost their livesThe wreck was caused General Counsel Thorn says by the block operator at Lagoon Station al lowing train No 33 bound south with President Spencers car No 100 on the rear end into the next block station to the south known as Lawyers and before the block was cleared to that train the block oparator also let into the same block the first section of train No 87 After passing Ragoon train 88 the General Counsel says separated into two parts because of the parting of a coupling between two cars The emergency brakes fat once applied automatically on both sections of the parted train as intended in case of just such contingencies and both sections were stopped Mr Thorn declares that under these circumstances if I thu rulos of the company had been obeyed no other train could have t passed Ragoon or entered the block in which the disabled train was The undisputed testimony he says shows that no less than than three different rules of the company were violated by Mattox the block operator the observance tee of anyof which would have pre vented the accident He cites tho three rules in his statement and declares that Mattox while on tho witness stand gave as his4 only excuse that tho operator at h Lawyers did report 88 r as by Lawyers but failed to give the time it passedas required by the rule The opera tor at Lawyers time General Conn sol says emphatically denies that j 110 sent any message as claimed 0r by Mattox and declares that Mattox had never informed him that train wanted the block or had entered it While there exists this conflict of testimony Mr Thorn says I operator Mattox in his own statement says he lid not receive from the operator ot Lawyers the timo train No 38 passed out of IIthis hl oknt Lawyers and excuses failure to secure this informa tion by tIll statement that after + tho operator at Lawyers had in formed him that 38 way by tho t operator at Lowyors hail abrupt r ly opened tho key and ho Mat tox could not communicate furthor with him Mr Thorn thon says Mattox not having received tho required information in re gard to the movements of train 88 violated a rulo in regard to tho block as clear before lotting in the following train known as 411 I first 87 Mattoxs plain duty wan to stop first 87 at Rangoon and not let it enter the block He admits that this was his duty and ho did not perform it If he had tho accident would not have hap pelll1Operutorlrnttox had no right oven to ask for the block for train first 37 until ho hail looked at his own block sheet and seen from it that train No 88 had passed out of tho block at Lawyers His block shet did not show this es sential fact Ho admits that it did not and that before he asked for the block for first 87 ho had not got as required by rule 118 tho informa tion necessary to make his block sheet show tho facts and to com plote it It was under these cir cumstances his clear duty under rule 110 to stop train first 87 and not admit it to tho blocks He admits this and that if he obeyed the rulo the accident should not have hopponod It will thus bo seen that from evi don co that it is not disputed tho human factorfailed atthe decisive moment and caused this great catastrophe Mattox is 22 years old had been in tile employment of the company as an operator for about two years was educated as an operator and before permit ted to undertake the duties of an operator was duly examined on block rules train orders and other I matters pertaining to telegraph chiefIdispatchoroperator atI Rangoon about 20 months There is some conflict in the testimony as to the conduct of Jacobs the operator at Lawyers The above conclusions however have been reached without con sidering any controverted testi mony NEW OFFICERS ELECTED OF ALBERT G BACON POST G A R Albert G Bacon Post No 88 G A R of this cityelected the following officers to serve for the year 1907 Post CommanderMajor Thos J HutchinsonSenior J 0 McCann Junior ViceCommander Wil liam Stewart ChaplainCharles C Purr Quartermaster James F Sower Officer of the Day Capt Isaac T West GuardLewis H Finnell Comrade J C McCann was elected as delegate from tile local post to the State Reunion which meets the coming year in Louis ville A Square Deal Is assured you when you buy Dr Pierce family medicines for all the Ingredi ant onterliig Into them arc printed on the bottlewrapper and their formulas are attested under oath as being coinplcto and correct You know just what you are paying for and that the Ingredients are gathered from Natures laboratory being selected from tho most valuable native medicinal roots found growing in our American forpstSTmdjvhlle potent to cure are perfect harrnl e to tho most delicate wom a II Not a drop t r I to their cmoklr susct o I or x es Nt r tip I flS use n Um V z n possessesIntrinsicbeing a most valuable antiseptic and anti ferment nutritive and soothing demul cent Glycerine lays an Important part In Dr Iercos Golden Medical Discovery In tho cure of Indigestion dyspepsia and weak stomach attended by sour ueI ach biliousness and Kindred derange ments of the stomach liver and bowels Hosldcs curing all tho above distressing aliments theJolden Medical Discovery is a specific for all diseases of the mucous membranes as catarrh whether of the nasal passages or of the stomach bowels or pelvic organs Even In Its ulcerative stages It to this sovereign rear edy If Its use bo persevered In Chronic Catarrh of tho Nasal passages It is well while taking tho Golden Mt lie ti Dis covery for tho necessary constitutional treatment to cleanse the passages freely two or threo times a day with Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy This thorough course of treatment generally cures the worst cases t- In roughs and hoarseness caused by bron chial throat nnd lulu uiVoctlons except con sumption in Its advanced states theUioldun Discovery Is n must elllclent rem city especially In thoso obstinate liamon caused by Irritation and concostlcm of the bronchial mucous membranes nil Dt- scorerIs not so good for acute coughs arls Imr from sudden colds nor must It bo ox pected to curt consumption In Its advanced staires no medicine will do that but for all tho obstinate chronic coughs which If neglected or badly treated lead up to consump tion lili1hclJcLUlcl1lc11L1tlltllnl1be tAlmll i t 1tiUir tj THE ONLg KITCHEN CABINET FOR Economical Women IK the otto that lasts n lifetime mid yet is not highpriced Thats the MeDougaU And economical women know it Tho McDougall people make and well five time us many kitchen cabinets ns say other con cern Why Simply becnapi they mnke thorn betterMcDougall Kitchen Cabinets Are not highpriced 1SOO In SAO There are imitations that sell for less But the McDougall is always a blessing and not a nuisance is dustiroof mouse proof and easily cleaned nut 1AYS IOn ITSELF quickly by saving kitchen supplies Ho its economy to buy a McDongall R ROGERS SONS SOLE AGENTS Frankfort Ky n i ROOSEVELT THIRD TERM NATIONAL LEAGUE PLATFORM WiC the members of the Roosevelt Third ieriu National League having at neart me great social uad political problems now confronting me people and in oruer that the ngius or time masses be protected and taut national narmony be preserved deem it Ills perauve taut Theodore Roosevelt be reelected to the Presidency in 190s We have come upon oars in our social and political lire lermentiug with distrust and requiring unit con trol i NVe view with alarm the evils already grown trout the ubuse of corporate power and see in these evils ai fertile Held for the demagogue from which might readily spring a political anu social revolution and oelieve that nothing short of temperate and prayerful solicitude on the part of the peo ple will hold our political and social structure intact To the people irrespective of party lines is due the credit that their Presl cent today is Theodore Roosevelt A new area of real freedom and vitality in our Institutions of government and politics was demanded and they wisely saw in him a means to attain It So valiantly and wholeheartedly has tills man reilectt the wishes of the people that his personalty has entered into and become a part of every department of our national life He has won the confidence of the people and this fact alone makes condiIbolts contldenceIatI order So closely woven Is this bond be tween the President and the people teat he has become to them a pub lic necessity an essential part of fabllclIis the logical President for the people Already has it been demonstrated that the frightened and vengeful wealth controlling forces of the county will resort to any means to defeat Ills nomination for a Presidential Third I Term AVe therefore must be on the I alert and quick to action if we would save that which has already been acv complished by our illustrations Presi dentWe are not unmindful of the fact that Theodore Roosevelt himself de clared In 1904 that under no circumstances would he be a candidate for or would he accept another nomina tionWe challenge however his right to refuse to accept the Presidency of the United States for a Third Term in esI takings of the highest importance have been brought about and set in motion by him to subject them to the danger of an untried and unproved successor to whom public confidence would be reluctantly extended if at all Manifestly the selection of Its President rests with the people The pub lie alone Is judge No man may say he will not accept It is not the province of Theodore Roosevelt to say he will or will not be time President He who acts as President acts solely ns a servant of the people and when called by thorn must como Wo further hold that In point of fact his reelection In 100S would not consti tute a Third Term HE HAS HlStiX XYIed the title We therefore in the interest of pub lie welfare demand that Theodore Roosevelt ho nominated for tho Presi dency and bo reelected In 1DOS and to that end hereby pledge our support E C HAYEK Secretary EDWARD HORNER President Wo give the above by request hut do not commit ourselves to anything In ItEll Roundabout iS j y 3 jjc t t J JtJ tii to Ii LET US FIGURE FOR YOU The cost of Painting and Repairing your Vehicle r A good vehicle is worth saving and frequently a small amount ex 5 periled will double its life but if ue Mlected will cost you a new one fer is1tthett Seller Carriage GoI i VERSAILLES KY H K WARD PresidentA i New Year 2 J Is assured to all users PRIDE OF MADISONI FLOUR r For Sale by all Grocers Jiifl SQndus your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit + and Prod neeIJJtr HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones 411 SEE MEXICO An opportunity is offered a limited number of desirable per sons to tour Old Mexico in Special Pullman Palace Cats A p rsonally conducted tour starting January 15 by repre sentatives familiar with every point of historic interest on the route Tho itinerary coveys a period of thirty days of sightseeing and is unusually complete satisfactory and interesting The cost of the tour is very low and members of toe party absolutely relieved of all respon sibility regarding arrangements If interested write for particulars itt onceKentucky Tour Association 510512 Masonic Bldg Louisville lCyfoi0 H Hungerford Disk ilwayLouisville r Jt h s C M BBOWXIXG Sec and Treas j of signature in on every box of tho IlhlS Brojno Quinine genuIneIremedy that ctirvtt n coltS in 50 YEARS r EXPERIENCE 1 TRADE MARKS DEEiIGNS ICOPYRIGHTS e I dedcrlptinnwaquicklyIndention k4 probably PntcntnhlP Coiniuunlcn + tlonsstrlctlyeonailentlnl O on lateuw tlvetfllLScientific American- A handsomely Illustrated weekly Inreest cirt of any eclentlUc Journal Terms E 3 a 4 SoldbyaitnewsdealersMUNN Branch OiBco OS P St Wajhlnutou D j 1 1 JJ ilI to r r r wrt WE SELL THE BESTTHAT IS WHAT WE DO to We sell the Best Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds Etc To be Found in the State Call and examine our Splendid Assortment You are not compelled to buy Just want to examine the Finest Line of Goods Kentucky and you will be shown the same consideration as if you wished to make a purchase That will follow later IIin Remember The un Best of everything in stock and prices are very low for sucha class of goods A SELBERTiMeMARK IE rFORDCOEYIn this city jf on Saturday Mr Reuben Ford k and Miss Lottie CoNey were mar riedARXOLDLOXG this city l on Tuesday Mr James A Arnold and Miss Jennie Long were mar- I tied BRUNTOXZIMMERMAX In this county on Tuesday Mr Jas W Brunton and Miss Martha Zim merman were married- REDDEXMC j G1XXIS In this city on Tuesday Mr Robert G Redden told Miss Laura Belle McGinnis were malried BAKE RHA ZLETT In this City on Wednesday Mr Henry Baker and Miss Burel Hazlett were married by Rev L D Stucker THOMAS VATERFIELDIn this city on Wednesday Mr Win Thomas and Miss Emma Water field were married by Rev M B AdamsMC DONALD OLIVERIn this city on Wednesday Mr Fred Mc Donaldand Miss Estelle Oliver were married by the Rev L D Stucker CASEYSMITH In Lexing ton on Saturday Mr U G Caeey of the C S Internal Rev enue service and Miss Lizzie Smith were married- MATTE RX ZEIIXLE In Louisville on Wednesday Mr Henry G Mnttern of this city and Miss Mary Zehnle of Louis ville wore married by ReyFr H Kurfees of the Campbell Street Christian Church We tender our h arty congratu lations to our good friend SHAHBRA11NERIim this cityon Thurskay Mr Harry Shaw and Miss Prime Hunt Braw ner were married by Rev L DJ StuckerMr is a valued employe of the Homo Steam Laundry and is the son of Mr Harry M Shaw of this county His bride is the daughter of the late Capt A G Brawner is an ellicient teacher in the city school ond a hand some young lady 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 perfect health after years of suffering with dyspesia and a chronically torpid Bitters cure chills malaria biliousness lame troubles and bladder dis IdruggistsSold on guarantee by all Price 50c l 181eEarly Risers L The famous Uttla pills = LUMBERMAN ENDORSE McCHORD Whertas The Lumbermans Club of Louisville Ky Is in receipt of resolutions passed by the ertalnI Green Business liens sociation endorsing the Hon C C McChord Chairman of the Railroad Commission of Kentucky for re election which resolutions are heartily en dorsed by this Club and Whereas The said Hon C C Mc Chord has rendered signal service to the shippers of this State during his entire career and especially by reduc ing the Louisville rate twentyfive per cent and thus putting our city and surrounding territory on an equality rate with the city of Cincinnati and by beginning over ten years ago the fight for interchangeable switching and con tinually pressing same until a favor able decision was recently rendered by the Court of Appeals of Kentucky Now therefore be it resolved by the Louisville Lumbermans Club 1st That we recognize in the Hon C C McChord a faithful untiring and incorruptible public official who by years of Intelligent work and study has equipped himself to be and now is one of the ablest railroad commis sioners In the United States with the ability and courage to do justice to both shipper and carrier 2d That as a club we disclaim any political allegiance with any party our membership being composed of mem bers of various political parties but we take this action because we deem the matter one of business rather than politics feeling it Is the duty not alone of all shippers but also of all public spirited citizens who desire the development of our States great natural resources to give to Mr Mc Chord their loyal and active support 3rd We also endorse the record of MeD Ferguson and A T Slier as sociates of the Hon C C McChord from the other districts of our State 4th The Secretary is instructed to send a copy of these resolutions to C C McChord A T Slier and McD Ferguson and to the various lumber men of this district and the dally papers of Louisville and the county papers of the State 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 Tea or Herb Tablets 25 doses for 20c Come In and try a box and be convinced Frankfort Drug Co Druggists v BEAUTIFUL CALENDAR Mr Joseph Rupert President of the Rupert Grocery Co has has placed upon our tattle one of the handsomest calendars for the new gear that we have seen It represents a paddock fullof thoroughbred horses showing their line intelligent heads beautifully muscled limbs clean ItItheir courtesy Dr TTwiTorB Syrnp and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases rWANTED Man elderly would correspond with lady Address Box 802 Johnson Tennessee CityI 171t i iir EATHS CRUTCHER At the home of her Kisur Mrs Sue Shryocknear Jolts Miss Martha E Crutcher daughter of the late Mr Levi Crutoher aged 03 years Miss Crutcher was a devout Christian woman retiring and modest mind had been a great sufferer for a long time She leaves one sister Mrs Sue Shry ockmd four brothers Messrs Llewellyn Wilton P Bud Watson 11 and N Maffitt Crutcher to mourn her death The funeral services will be conducttd by Rev Jno R Sam pey D D of Louisville this afternoon and the remains will be laid away in the old Crutcher burying ground Preventic1 as the name implies prevent all Colds and Grippe when taken at the sneeze stage Preventics are toothsome candy tablets Preventics dissipate all colds quickly and taken early when you first feel that a cold is coming they check and prevent them Preventics are thoroughly safe for children and as effectual for adults Sold and recom mended in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by all dealers LETTER LIST The following is the list of advertised letters for the week ending Dec 29 Brown Jas B Bailey W M Bower W K Caley Mrs Rose Coulter Geo G Claypole Geo M Cooper Mrs Samuel Creek Lone Craig Mrs Mattie E T Clay Mrs Katie Cooper Miss LuUeICarder Kirry- Derflinger H E Echart Geo Gordon Miss Rosena Grundy Lisa Ella shill Sherley Moore Vnrdanan Martin Mrs Enzellne Mitchell Dwight colored McKenzie Fred McKennley Florance A Xeal Charley Owens J C Pendleton Lille Pope Rev J A h Rogers Mrs Uric Rogers hiss Ottie Scnndlln Jack Smith Joe- Stapleton Jeff Simmons Mrs Jas H Rlmro John Scroprns G W Th amis Miss G W Thomas Geo Wlilop Mrs Mary Wlipn allinc for the above letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M NOTICEi The annual meeting of tho stockholders of the National Branch Bank of Kentucky will behold upon the 8th day of January 1007 he tween tho hours of 10 oclock a m and 4 oclock p in for the purpose cf electing directorsE SAMUELPresident Dec 84r Dr Weaver Treatment BjtippuriJiesthe blood Cerate heli akin eruption Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair StreethIF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD ir IWOMEN GAMBLERS Marie Antoinette was a slave to cards On one occasion she played for thirtysix hours at a sitting with but an intermission of a couple of hours The play at the queens table at Fontainebleu wrote the Emperor Joseph II was like that in a com mon gambling house people of all kinds were there and mingled with out decorum great scandal was caused by the fact that several of the ladies cheated Anne Boleyn Henry VIIIs illfated queen was never quite so snappy as when playing for high stakes The records of privy purse expenses are full of her winnings from her royal spouse for she was a lucky player FOR RENT A cottage of four rooms ten minutes toIArnold at Montrose Nov 304t FOR RENT House and about four acres of new tobacco land for rent Tenant to clear for use of land Apply N F RICHARDSONR Frankfurt Ky 174tq THE QUACKS OF PARIS A congress has been sitting in Paris to consider the question of quacks says an English paper The French capital abounds In them Some of the Pasteur and Metchnlkoff neither of whom is to be numbered among the doctors did marvelous work for science while others are the merest charlatans The competition is so terrible for the recognized healers that the most qualified is very likely to starve while the herbalist and the curer by suggestion make a large for tuneOne doctor in the quarter of Gre nelle was so struck with this disagree able fact that he put his diploma in his pocket and resolved to practice as- a natural healer A complaint was made against him by the medical profession and he was haled before the bench am a doctor here is my certificate he said to the magistrate hut above all do not tell anybody otherwise my practice would be ruin ed WANTED Furnished rooms for light housekeeping by man and wife Apply at Roundabout office frBEER A QUICK KILLER In a recent speech a Xew Hamp shire Senator quoted a wellknown physician as saying think beer kills quicker than any other liquor My attention was first called to its Insidious effects when began examining for lure insurance I passed as unusually good risks five Germans young business men who seemed in the best health and to have superb constitu tions In a few years I was amazed to see the whole five drop off one after another with what ought to have been mild and easily curable diseases On comparing my experience with that of lather physicians I found they were all having similar luck with confirmed beer drinkers and my practice since has heaped confirmation on confirma tlonThe Advance J l I Piles get quick relief from Derio Sloops Magic Ointment Rr j member its made alone for PilesIand it works with certainty and satisfaction Itching painful flprotruding or blind piles disap pour like magic by its use Try it and sOP All dealers ONLY RAilROAD r SOUTH H EQUIPPED WITHI AUTOMATICiJ ELECTRIC l LOCK SIGNALS AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY f FROM f CINCINNATI- TO AlL IMPORTANT CITIES South Southeast and Southwest c tTICKEIt Mil For Information and Rates Addresi t HCKINGCPTA 111 E Main St Lexington yIW A QARRETT General Manger W C RINEARSON 0 P Cincinnati O I Oat actjiisiriied with SMITWS i iill If SMITHS MAGAZINE and you nrs strangers we will send you the magazine three months free that you may get acquainted SMITHS is the bluest fflus tc tad magazine the oolJlO p72S of reading matter and pic tales the same size page s the big standard magazine like Harpers j and Cantxry g SMITHS is rradc up cf the best of everything best stories that can be obtained best illustrations that clever artists can draw sad the best spec J taichwtitcn by writers who Icw flick subject thoroughly and write as entertain ingly as they are instructive SMITHS alo prints every moiii a 3cae or racta pretty porati in cbofbisuiifal worsn Tckm zI in nil tlcno better mcfazlne laii SIvITKV5 h fact none rciy ai r cdrig rtcr- whit the coil Write today A postalwig Address Dept F Smiths deJCo Seventh Avenue New Y ATTENTION BUILDERS NOW IS BMRN BUILDINCaROOFlllG I f f c c Mains J= = = = =V RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CftUKCH Rev A Chinn rector will conduct services as follows 980 a in Fumlayschool n in Prayer and Sermon 730 p in Evening Prayer and Sermon The Prophet Micah will bo sub ject of evening sermon 9 BAPTIST CHUKCHKev Dr M Adams the pastor will preach at a M and 7tt p m the Prophet Micah will be the sub ject of the evening sermon by Baptist Young Peoples Union at 700 In Wednesday evening nt invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C nHudson pastor will preach nt a m and 780 p m The Prophet Micah will bo the sub fact of the evening sermon Sundayschool at 980 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at a oclock Everybody invited- CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 a m f High Mnss at 10 a m t Sun ayschool nt 2 p m r Vespers at 780 p in r FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Dr H E Dosker of Louisville will preach at a m and 730 p m Sunday school at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 180 p m Prayer nleeting VeLjesilny evening at 780 p Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J 0 A Vaught the pastor will preach nt a and 730 p m The Prophet Micah will be the sub t ject of the evening sermon Sunday schuol at 945 a m at 045 p m on Wednesday evening to attend SOUTHERN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe the pastor will preach at 111 m and 730 p m The Prophet MIcah will be the sub ject of the evening sermon Young Peoples Society at Sundayschool at 94f a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 p Everybody cited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunda sihonl every Sunday afternoon nt11 m Everybody invited Written for the Roundabout r Well we are sorry to hear of so ninny of our good Choatovillo church members lancing Vo t could look over the younger ones as thoy Imvnt had any pastor to learn thorn bettor But wo said could on but it doesnt I make much difference as thoy Jiavnt had o pastot for so long What are you going to say at judgment day Must you Hay you Iwvo been trued out of the church KQnwm her the ones in the who have gone to rest tas you take your daily walk May G pd bless you and help you to putyour trust on him D I Dont IfegIect Roof BESTiW FlTteRoofil1gIOne and Two Ply Floroid Roofing Three Ply Felt RoofingISlaters Felt and Building Paper Lime Cement Salt rf307Jo9 C SO1AE CO 307309lIninSt 1 pmEverybody chnpelBaraca chnlJtJlPrnyer chapelVisitors atF LPrayermeeting PRESBYTERIAN SLIDt tlwyI gravoVard Your OFFICERS OF HIRAM LODGE NO 4 A Y M Hiram Lodge No4 A Y M hold its an mini election for olli cerson Thursday night St Johns Day The following gentlemen wore electe- dMasterGeo E Teamster Senior Warden David PI DavisJunior Warden Robinson FnrmerSecretnryTheodore Wiley Treasurer John P Selbert Steward and Tyler Gus Schaefer L N FLYER Passengers wholeft this city over the L and N railroad on Mon bay at 255 p m had the pleasure ot riding upon n solidvestibuled train composed entirely of new carsThese coaches have been recent ly construced by the L and N in that companys Louisville shops told are designed for the newSouth ern llyer which will run between Louisville und Atlanta beginning January Oth The cars are being run over the LexingtonLouisville division as a sort of trial or test in order to locate any possible defects and to break them in for the Atlanta runThe cars are lighted with electricity throughout lighting plant being included in the eqvipment of each train und are provided with every adjunct of luxurious INDIGESTIONS RECORD The best I can prescribe for your Ia dlltcsUontmnllIl1 is Greens August Flower other physiciaus who prescribe it regularly Indigestion is making an awful record as a cause of sudden deaths It is beat ing heart failure in its ghastly harvest CJYou read in the papers daily of appar ently healthy and even robust men being suddenlyattacked with acute indigestion a meal and of their dying in many cases before a physician could be called in JThis should be a warning to you who suffer with regular or periodical attacks of indigestion If these unfortunate vic tims of acute indigestion had taken a small dose of Greens August Flower be fore or after their meals they would not have fallen n prey to such sudden seizures CJAugust Flower prevents indigestion by creating good digestion It also regulates the liver purifies the blood and tones up the entire system in a natural way CJTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggist For sale by J W Gayle comfort and convenience that could be thought of Lounging and smoking rooms closets toilet rooms and like equipment are pro vided to accommodate eighty pas new trains will be re turned on tho LexingtonLouis ville run until after the first week in January at which time they will be put in use on the new Atlanta trains To have beautiful perfect pink velvetlike lips apply at bedtime a light coating of Dr Shoops Green Salve Then next morning notice carefully the effect Dry cracked or colorless lips mean feverishness and are as well ill appearing Dr Shoops Green Salve is a soft creamy healing corIGet a free trial box at our store and be convinced Large glass jars 25cts All dealers LATEST STYLES IS WALLPAPER I have n full line of all the latest styles in wall paper Call and examine stock C M BRIDGEFORDMain x Opposite Engine House 23tf LittleEarly Risers The famous little pills Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin eruption KING OKBEPE The operetta of King OKeefe was given at the Opera House on Vednesdoy night in the presence- of a tremendous crowd which fill ed the buildingIance was a success especially financially While there was some criticism as to the musical portions as not being up to the standard vet when we saw and heard lfrnwnkfolts ttiest and sweetest girls attractively adorn ed we felt willing to pardon the lack of harmony in the music for the pleasure which was afforded to the eye feasting on the love liness of tho girls nUll tho manliness of the men who composed the cast of performora It goes without saying that Queen Lilns immense anti tho Police Force could nut bo excelled oven by Frankforts Cion Host There was lots of fun and frolic which were largely enjoyed While not as attractive as A Night In Bohemia as presented last year it afforded considerable enjoymentWo glad to say that the Elks reaped a good harvest of shekels MISS COURTNEY MORGAN Tho management of the Capitol Theatre takes pleasure in till nouncing the appearance of the distinguished artist Miss Courtney Morgan on the evening of Tuesday Jan 1 On this occasion Miss Morgan will present Madam Sarah Bernhard beautiful trauma A Woman of Mystery- It is of intense interest and delicately shaded Between sun shine anti rippling fountain with its pretty love scenes in the first act and the lurk and sam hre con vent with its accompaniment of supple emotion in the fourth act there is a wide divergence of dramatic treatment giving Miss Morgan ample opportunity to display the histronic powers of which she is so singularly endow ed Messrs Wslters it Way who productionhnve pense in the presentation The scenery is exact sketches of that used by Madam Bernhardt and the wardrobe is made from the same plates used by Morgans gowns alone are said to have cost 850000 Prices to 25 cents Seat sale opens Saturday at Barretts If taken at the Sneeze Stage clUldy1nbletwill cheek an approaching cold or La grippe When you first catch cold or feel it coming ontake Dr Shoops Praventics null the prompt effect will certainly surprise and please you Proven tics surely supply the proverbial ounce of prevention Sold in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by all dealers WELL PRESERVED A dozen glass jars filled with ber ries were found by workmen who were excavating for a building in Johns town and it is believed they were buried by the great Hood of 1SS9 The berries seem to be as good as when they were caught in the mighty swirl of the waters seventeen years ago Weak KidneysWeak Kidneys surely point to weak kidney Nerves Tho Kidney liko tho Heart nml the Stomach fliul their uvukiuss not In tho organ itself but In tho nerve that control and guide anti strengthen theta Dr Hhoops Uustonitivo is a medicine si edlleally prepared to reach thee controlling nerves To doctor the Kidneys moue is futile It is u waste of time and of money oa well If your back aches or weak If the urine icalds or dark and strong If you have symptoms of llrishts or other dfotrosslni or dangerous ney ilUiujo try Dr Shoops Restorative a mouth Tablets or LUiuId and see what It can and will da for you Druggist recommend and sell Dr Shoops- Restorative ALL DEALERS It M ALCOHOL A 1AHCOlICI Alcohol is a narcotic poison of which the pernicious effects are to be seen on every hand says Prof Sims Wood of Cambridge University Its use is attended with hungers that attach to the prescription of no other substance in the pharmatiopwin These dangers are rot moral only but physical resulting from the action of alcohol on the tissues generally but especially on those of the nerve centers The use of alcohol as a medicament or ail men tary substance for patients suffering from specific infective fever will soon be relegated to the limbo that hits already received venesection indiscriminate blistering and other equally barbar ous and discredited treatment RAILROAD TIME TABLE WEST BOUND Xo 19 L X Frankfort Accom modation departs 510 a m daily ex cept Sunday Xo 01 L X departs 755 a m Sunday only Xo 21 C O Via Shelbyvllle departs 920 a in dally Xo 17 L X departs 940 a in daily except Sunday Xo 15 L X departs 340 p in daily except Sunday Xo L3 C 0 Via Shelbyvllle departs U15 p in dally EAST BOUND Xo IS L X leaves 950 a nx dully except Sunday Xo Il C 0 leaves 101S a m daily Xo 1C L X leaves 420 p m daily except Sunday Xo 20 L X Frankfort Accom modative arrives 015 p m dally except r Sunday Xo 24 C 0 leaves 759 p m dally Xo 02 L X leaves S2C p m Sunday only C 0 trains arrive and depart from Seventh Street Station Louis vine L X trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive and depart from Tenth and Broadway Station Accommodation arrives and departs from First and Water Street Station- F C mKetnrnsnmlfeturnJ W WATSON Ticket Agent RySchedule jeet to diiuiije without notice Limited for Louisville Nashville 3Iem pate West and Southwest N11 A anil HI4 P lgatiylLimited Fur Washington Baltimore Philadel phia Now York Kichmoml Old Point and Norfolk 1016 A and S01 P 31 hill11yr h Christmas Fancy Goods AT JUST HALF PRICE Toileta t Fancy Boxes Inkstands Paper Weights etc rf Are Reduced This Morning to r JUST HALF PRICE Come as early in the morning as possible to secure choice ii i Many Handsome Articles here at Prices which will make your Christ mas Money go twice as far as usual d if R K McCSon I YAWAY OPEN Many A Frankfort Reader Knows It Well convinceLFrankfort people have made it possible The public statement of their experience is proof the like producedtcase of it given by a citizen Mrs Anna lI Kavanaugh widow residing at 504 Main St t corner of Todd says I received no permanent benefit from all different medicines I took theI number of years past trying to find relief for the intense suffering I endured across the small of my myito find help At one time my conIdoctors gave mo up however I got betterand continued to suffer mybaokkidneysI 1I Doans Kidney Pills in our and this induced me to grnndrmytconet self remarkably improved For sale by all dealers Price 00cents FosterMilbtirn Co agentsforr Remember the name Doans and take no other SWITZER Delayed Letter Mr W H Poindexter of Stamping Ground was the guest of friends here on last Monday I Mr B T Head left last Wed nesday for Cincinnati whore he will spend several days attending to business After an absence ofseveral weeks Miss Bettie Jones has re turned home having visited Lexington LexingtonCarter Mr James Adtkins of Cinoin nati is now visiting relatives at this place StampingRuth Smith last week Mrs D A Wheeler spent last Tuesday in Frankfort doing her Xmas shopping LexingtonXmas holidays There was a Xmas tree here this week for the Sundayschool childrenWe glad to have Messrs Willie Dawson and Thos Jones with us during the Xmas holidays FOR EfMEXOT FOLLOW THE FLAGI When our soldiers went to Cuba the Philippines health was the andII Important consideration Willis Morganretlred Commissary Sergeant U S A of Rural Route I 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 fre- eVANTED10 men in each State to travel distribute samples of signsSalaryper day for expenses SAUNDERS CO Department P Jackson Boulevard Chicago Ills 178ns WANTED Man elderly would correspond with lady Address Box 802 Johnson City Tennessee 171t 1 tS SLOWER SPEED BASIS Following is copy of a telegram which Mr T C Powell Fifth VicePresident of the Southern Railway has just received from Mr Finley President of the com pany Owing to the crowded condi lion of its single track lines and the double track wurk including the revision of grades and align ment now under way for the purpose of relieving the crowded condition of the crowded single tracks the Southern Railway Co finds it diflicult to maintain the pnssengertrainsin consequence in the early part of January ensuing revise these schedules putting them on the basis of slower speed with the ex pe tation of being able to main tain them and believing that under the circumstances this ar rangement will he more satisfactory to the public The double track work is being vigorously pushed and on the parts of the road where double track work is now under way but where traflic is heavy passing tracks are being put in and those already extended in order to facilitate the movement of trains all such passing track work being done with the ultimate object of utilizing it as double truck when double track work may be under taken in those localities Wlhe improvement in passen ger train movement will naturally improve the movement of freight trains The Southern Railway Company has arranged to shorten its incrensillgthetwentyseven each one of those divisions to bo in charge of a superintendent Men now in the service will bo promoted to the additional positions thus created This arrangement it is believed will result in increased efficiency and will it is further believed promote the mutual interests of the public and the company In the arrangements referred to the Company in developing polioiesinitinted ift 1 A n LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY ti EASTBOUND 1SUMMARY Daily No4 IIAM No DailyEx P Stations IIII No1 AM k IAr IRI 7x7 120 Winchester Lexington 11VI80 L E Junction Clay City 010 Stanton s15 it 08s Cmnptou Junction a 5j Torrent 780 8r95I unction 707 B3 f dr4J BBJ llro 115 1043 I LeaveNo 021Bcattyille 610I x30 325 LAV UyforMt Trains Nos Sterling and 8 will make connections with tho C O 1C Junction Nos 12 8 and will connect with tho Mountain Cen Junction CamptonTrains tho L 8 ARy ferBeat vice 0C JunctionTrains Nos Sand iconnect with the O 8 K By for locat on the O K By W L CHARLES SCOTT IIManager G P A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY = DailyEx II 11 No illyEx Stations NoB3I 3i 11 IA M Lye PM LveIA Ar1 PMAr 11I 900 I2lOi Jackson 1120 0 06 K Junction 885 1120 417 1152 848I 1581WiU1rllt 430 1168 18I 610 1222 i15I 518 1228 a105 Cannel City 545 1451t i and will make close connection at O k K Junction with 8 Bud for point on tho Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 In to 7 ni nnd at 0 and p in Leave Purls every hour from 0 u m to 7 p in and 10 p in Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 030 nt to 780 pm nndntO and p in Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from 010 a m to 816 p in and at 10 p in Versailles Division Lenvo Lexington from center ever hour from 6 m ami at 0 and p m Leave Versailles very hour from 545 a m to 045pam and at 815 and 10 p in wT Phone 610 Home Phone 274 T GUNN Manager ltf r rfA l j1 DailyEx Ar No DailyEx liNo iP H 3Ia 025 No E R dSPLENDJD We are able to give you this spler SF did offer Louisville Herald AND Roundabout tlF- or one year for only 200In advance only 5 A This 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