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I PI m m J O Ij cr1 0 i r rv- f r l Ir 1JrI rtj I ie ytHlatcriot180e1ey Wi 1TuE FRANHORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED T0 LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEVS TERMS 100 In Advance YOL XXXIFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JANUARY 121907 No1 19 CORKERS AND TWISTERS Ry Mrs 0 HoulihanI The birds that sing in the trees The fish that swim in the seas Find sport and joy as they can But nothing is sweeter than honey And nothing is better than money Says Mrs OHoulihan An amusing story is told of an incident occurring luring the the construction of the new rail I road bridge over the Kentucky river in this city after the old one had been destroyed by fire during tho civil war Tho car penters were busy on tho bridge t laying the timbers for the support of the railroad track A small block of wood used in tho work lay near the edge of the temporary plank walk across tho bridge and a soldier of a Maryland regiment stationed in the city in crossing over the bridge whistling a merry I tune as he went inadvertently kicked the block of wood into the riverThe master builder greatly in censed at the loss broke out into a volley of curses and abuse Tho soldier without a moments hesitation leaped into the river recovered the blofkof wood and whistling blithely as he went swam Ito shore and amid the t cheers of the workmen and specta climbed up on the bridge Itors still whistling carried the to the spot from which it had been displaced and then l without noticing the approving remarks and laughter of the spectators went on his way over the bridge whistling the same lively air It had never ceased except when he was under the water Some one has suggested tha the ordinances of the city ought to be published It were much better to have them enforced Fo instance the ordinance against blockading the sidewalks with barrels boxes merchandise wheelbarrows and chickencoops so pedestrians are required to pick their way through So the ordinance against fast driving when it is dangerous to cross the streotat tho peril of life and limb or the health ordinance tor pro j rooting the hygiene of the city bytheby is there such a thing aa a Health officer or has that in offensive individual been abolish ed Four stout athletic respectable policemen wore recently seen driving a poor cow across the bridge from South Frankfort The animal had probably been engaged in wanton destruction of private property told probably was being taken under arrest to the city court to answer such charge as tho four policemen might prefer mho cow evidently had little chance undor tho circumstances and tho owner no doubt contri buted chicken feed ttThegranitoid pavement on tho ftl south side of Broadway between Washington and St Clair street 1s is probably more used by pedes j trIans than any other in the city I I except the one possibly leadingI to South Frankfort Irhe French have their boulevard tho Mexicans their plaza and New York its Central Park whilst Bellepoint has its musica- lgladiatorialand aronnI 1I 1Iof Kentucky and Benson avenues Performances rendered on the sawmill stage It is a mistake to suppose there has been a change ofII boss in the work on the h N depot a the same push and energy and tho same large force of workmen has been apparent in the past few weeks as heretofore And we may add the baggage of passen gers is dumped on the sidewalk inI the ruin as cheerfully as ever I 1HAPPY RESULTS I Have Made Frankfort Re Idents EntlmsinstioI No wonder scores of Frankfort citizens grow enthusiastic It is enough tn make anyone happy to find relief after yonrs of suffering Public statemeuts like the following are but truthful represeuta t tions of tho daily work done in Frankfort by Deans Kidney Pills I W T Frazier proprietor of Fraziers Candy Kitchen 48 St I Clair Stresiding at No5 Second St says The ellicacy of Doan s Kidney Pills are amply proven in my case I suffered from back I ache a great deal often so severely that I could not turn in bed In the morning when I got up it was a common thing to feel lame and soro in the back Being on my feet so much of the time in my store no doubt tended to aggravate the trouble Anxious to find relief and a permanent cure i possible when I learned of Doan s Kidney Pills and saw them so highly recommended by people living nearby I went to J W Gayles drug store and got a boxIIt was a glad surprise to forttreatIment 0urj tirely removed Uptodate I have felt no recurrence It is a pleasure to me to endorse this preparatioe For sale by all dealers Price I 50 cents FosterMilburn Co i Buffalo New York sole agents for tho United States I Remember the name Doans and take no other- SLIGHT MISTAKE i In our notice of the declaration of dividends made by the solid financial institutions of our cityI in last weeks paper the Farmers credited1ia per bounllfhetwo dividends declared by this bank wore both live per cent This shows that its stock is gilt edged I If you an constipated dull or bilious or have a sallow lifeless complexion try Laxets just onco to see what they will do for you Laxets are little toothsome candy tablets niio to eat nice in ellcct No griping no pain Just a gentle laxative olloct that is pleasingly desirable Mandy jtLaxitslithographed metal boxes at 5 cents and 25 cents Sold by all healers Dr AVeuvor8 Treatment I Syrup for the blood Cerate tot ekia eruption I INTERNALREVENUE IThe following are the January as gaugersIn1 Stoll Co Lexington John T Gunn day JM Stovenson addition al and bottling T E Oldham addl tlonal W T Sellers night H S Foreman and W F Croghan gaugers Frankr Spiers additional L F Brown addi tional C JI hush bottling C N Wlard ganger 3 H E Pogue DI lillery Co Mays WallingfordGrigsby gauger 4 W A Gaines F Co Frankfort W D Blanding day C H Wick addls W H Sneed bottling D Harp additional William H Blakenshin night J E Hanrahan and W M Saffell gaugers LexingtonJ tional R Strauss additional and gaugerI D- Wells storekeeperganger SLyne al J W Black additional G P McCann bottling P S Rule meal room B E Smith J night W T Crothwaite and R P Parrish gaugers 10 Peacock Distillery Co Kiserton W W Cherry daYJ L Hough ad ditional and bottllngvj p Hutchcraft gauger 11 S C Herbst Frankfort J L Cox day J G Browner additional gaugerI31- Walker day A B additional W B Anderson bottling Amos Grlf 11th mealroom R L Zimmerman night A G Leonard gauger 17 Old McBrayerVpistillery Co Mt Sterling J J Kearns day F M Cisco additional and bottling W F Croghan gauger MaysvilleFrank tional and bottling Oscar Grigsby gauger 32 E M Babbitt Versailles C H Talbot day G T addition al and bottling m Berry gauger SpeedFtions E B BWiP to raL mmod Jr Fraley bottling George M Johnson night John StephanskI gauger 37 John Cochran Co Frankfort W A Hamilton day L H Finnell NestfadditiOnII adIditlonalgaugerI T Boggs Blaine C L Os born storekeeper gauger Gusg52 Labrot S Graham Frankfort W L Baker day E Craig additional anti bottling R H Whittington meal gaugerjFrank fort J R Dagley day S P Willis additional D F Fannin mealroom H C Everett additional J 1L Tan ner bottling Fred C Van Hoose night F G Sparks 12 J J Chambers gaugerIFannin storekeeper 77 Paris Distillery Russell day L A Slade additionaliJC T Throckmorton G Cook bottling J D Shy meal room R D Grant night D C Berry man and J P Hutchcraft gaugers 91 Jti J M Saffell Frankfort A W Nazor day G T Scearce addi tional and bottling F D Clark gauger 14IL Lemaster day Thos J Gill meal room Thurman L Whittaker addi tional F D Cleric ganger 103 Haynes Trundle Stamping Ground H F Jouett storekeeper gauger lOG V1 Gaines Co Frankfort IL S Sinclair day L F T Stecle ad ditional Will Robinson mealroom Woodfortl additional G W McCon Ilenry Newsoin additional R B nail additional J O Kash bottling Alonzo F Van Hoose night H T Gaines A V Combs and J H Mur ray gangers 111 G T tag Co Frankfort H S Boll rtiiv C II Morgan addition al J G Barnett additional W E Proctor meal rooul L R DIggs night n n Walcutt ganger CiscoIstorokeopevnauKor- IM7 Garvln Bros Limestone J P Blair storekeeper gamer o0 Eastern Kentucky Distillery Co WolibvIJlo J M Patrick storekeeper gauger Lexington Public Warehouse Co Lexington J M Burbridge and T L McConnell storekeepergangers GarlandIIILexington Rectifying HousesShan- non Co J E Pepper Co R S Strader SonsT H Shelby gauger Frankfort Rectifying Houses J P Williams H T Gaines gaugerI Piles get quick relief from Dr Shoop Magic Ointment Re- memberj its made alone for Piles and it works with certainty and satisfaction Itching pinful protruding or bind piles dis TryitjLUSUSVRAE Oil Monday last a mare belonging to Mr W C Bryant who WiII derness gave birth to three mule colts two black and one sorrel mare colts This is something out of the usual run of things We regret to learn that our friend had the misfortune to have the colts die The colts were all well developed and seemingly all right I WISE COUNSEL FROM THE SOUTH IIIwnnt to give some valuable advice to those who suffer with lame back and kidney trouble says J R Blankenship of Beck Tenn I have proved to an absolute certnint that Ele tric Bitters will positively cure this distressing condition The first bottle gave me great reliefand after taking a few more bottles I was completely cured so com pletely that it becomes a pleasure to recommend this great remedy Sold under guarantee at all drug gists Price 50c- VENGEFUL DARKEY HXsh WoaJ olka colored boy about 19 years of age took a shot at Mr Jack Sullivan who runs the saloon at the junction of I High and Broadway streets on Saturday evening The ball went l wide and Woolfolk skiddooed He was afterwards arrested by I amidIThe boy claimed that Sullivan owed him a small sum of money which he refused to pay I Sullivan has only been hero a short time and says he has no idea why the boy shot at him I I SWIFT BURGLAR Mr Earl Rogers went to his coal house on Sunday night and tilling the bucket set it down and j went to a window in his house to close tho shutters When he reached the place he found a bur Just Think of TheseValues A j30 Ladies Suit for 1500 A 25 Ladies Suit for 1250 Af20 Ladies Suit for 1000 Furs A 25 Fur for 1250 A 15 Fur for 750 A 10 Fur for 500- A 5 Fur Set for 250 ChildrensCoats One lot 5 Coats 250 One lot 4 Coats 200lLadies CoatsiiJ GJ tSTl1VU l50 Coats 750 750 Coats 500 CKAGIN BRO Frankfort Ky ley burglar trying to raise the window He nt once gave chase and the burglar dodged into nll alley and escaped ill the darkness Mr Rogers who is somewhat of- a sprinter his own self found that he was not in it with the seouncire UMBERAYE HAVE IX STOCK 100000 Feet Framing Lumber 500100 Shingles Cedar and Poplar 100000 1V melt Laths 51000 Feet Flowering and Ceiling 30 Tons Invincible Wall Plaster 20 Tons Plaster Board TVo also carry a large stock of veranda columns sash doors c AVe can fUlnish a complete house pattern on short notice Visit us in our new ollice HAMMOND CO L 1 t WEITZELS BIG JANUA- RYOTLBARANOB SALEIIn Tailored Suits Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks and Furs Half Price One lot Kimonas Half Price I i Dr X M Garrett went to Lox ington on Thursday Mr M Pnrrent went to- Lexington on Wednesday Senator A S Bennett of Hartford was here this week Mr Ben B Peak of Georgetown was in the city on Monday Mr Jas A Hodges of Louisville was in the city on Thursday Mrs H Clay Wilson visited relatives in Louisville this week Mr Ed O Leigh visited at his old homo in Paducah this week Miss Maine Mason Scott visited t relatives in Louisville this week wt Mr A A Bailey of Ba dad visited relatives here on Monday x Mr W O Davis of Versailles attended Circuit Court this week Mr J B Lewis of this office went to Georgetown on Saturday W H Holt of Louisville attended the courts here this week I f Owenton was in the city this wee Mr A W Macklin has gone to r 1 Florida to spend the rest of the win Chas R McDowell of i Danville was in the city Wednes dayMr Anthony Schoberth of Versailles was in the city county court day Mr Ben Suter of Texas was theS guest of Judge J H Polsgrove this week Mr W W Darnell and wife visited friends in Midway this r weekMr Win H Edwards of Wood ford county was in the city on- t Monday Mr Nat J Armstrong of George Miss Mattle Henry of Sharpsburg was the guest of Mrs E C Ollear this week Miss Helen ORoar returned to school at Science Hill Shelbyville this week in Mr Sterling Rev Walter Q Vreeland of Lex In ton was the guest of relatives hOle this Miss soll of Louisville was the guest of Miss Fannies Gray this week Miss Marie Lindsey of Louisville is the guest of her uncle lion n W Liidsny Sr Miss Rachel Settle loft Monday for Washington City where sIll is attending school Mr Tim G Noodham of the SVillininstovvu Courier WHS in tin city on Thursday y this city to result Mrs C JX X bOll and daughter Mnrjjarut Imo roiuroU from i visit to Louisville Miss Nannie Forsco who has visiting relatives in Owen county I luis returned nome Mss Bonnie Jlockonsmith of Louisville was the guest of patents this week lir Fayetto JJ Columbus Ohio returned tohis home on Saturday to reside Miss Elise Damlridge left Mon day for Washington City where she is attending school i a i1 en A Great Attractiotl of our Sale will be the Big Bargain Counter Every item on this Counter will be a Heal Bal ti11 We will have lots of Odds aid Ends and great quantities of Remnants of all sorts Grasp the Opportunity when it presents itself as it does here at this gale CHARLES EIr EJLI PERSONAL Lexington Paynesi3jSenatot dayMonday visitingher weokI doughter FOR TEN DAYS Mr 1 H Black of the Ford Johnson Co loft for St Louis Moon Saturday morning Mr Alex Johnson has returned toI his home in Louisville after a visit to Miss Susie Mayhall Mrs R L Cassity of Owenton was the guest of her sister Mrs J C Bridges this week Dr A 13 Stoops and wife of Mt JudgeEMr W J Lewis and wife visited Mr Clarence J Wilson and wife at Smithfield this week Rev Alexander Patterson of Beattyville was the guest of Rev A B Cliinn this week daughterMissMrs McKee at Woodlake- Mr H E Swain and wife of Smithfield were guests of Mr Paul Swain and wife this week Judge Geo DuRelle of Louisville was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals Thursday Mr Eugene E Hogo and family nave moved from their home at Thorn Hill to tlio city reside Mrs J W Tremere left Wednes day for a visit to her sister Mrs J W Patterson at Atlanta Ga lss Lucy 13us Q1 Ande o nty niece Miss iocid t 1 are visiting in Louisville Hon Thos G Stuart of Whichev I tel was the guest of his brother Mr John H Stuart this week LeRoyChoateGeorgetown College on Saturday Mrs J T Williams and daughter or Spring Station were the guests of Mrs C W Satfell on Tuesday Mr Harry Graham of Columbus Ohio who has been spending the holidays fete has returned home Attorney John W Ray left Saturday for Washington City to argue a case in the U S Supreme Court Mrs Amanda Hundley has moved to the country to live with her brotherinlaw Mr Jas M Wake field WMiss Janie Dehoney and Miss Pattie Thomason are guests of Mrs Franklin Mitchell at Greenville Tenn- Mrs Saml M Benneft of Lex ington who has been the guest of Mrs C H Chinn has returned home Miss Hattie L Norton of Shelby ville who hits been visiting re latives in this city returned home Dr H B In ncs of Render was culled here on Sunday by tho ill ness of his mother Mrs Sarah E Junes CliicagoillsTodd Lake Park West Side this week Mr Uo C Wtbb Master Com missioner of Fayolto Circuit Court was in the city on legal business this wok Miss Hill of Bardstown who hrs been the guest of her brother Dr J W Hill has gone to Louisville for a visit guestM turned to the College of Music Cincinnati I118s Jarnett Grottor of Chicago 111 who has been the guest of her brother Mr H A G reltol has returned home Misses Marguerite M Lean und Natalie Martin left Monday for- T Staunton Va Where they are at tending school Mrs John F Davis was called to Shelbyville on ednesdu h thud serious illness of her daughter Mrs W T Bucknor Miss Mug runes of New Yorl City was called here on Monday MrsSarahMiss Mamie Scott of Cincinnati Ohio who has been the guest of her returnedhome forJudgehishomeMr Henry B Crittenden and wife of Greenville Miss were guests of his sister Mrs Eli H Brown this week Mrs Geo W Chinn and Mr Julian Chinn loft Tuesday for Florida to visit her brother Mr Tarlton G Julian Mr L A Victor foreman of the Shoe Factory was called to Pitts burg Penn Monday by the serious illness of his mother Mrs Rebecca Riley of Jessamine county was called here to attend the funeral of her sisterinlaw Mrs Geo E Frazier Postmaster John W Berryman and wife of Versailles were guests PoseySaturdayMr John L Grayot and wife of- Ltni thland wi have been guests- tt his brotheiflfe W F Grayot i turned homeHHltav Mrs W s of Irvine i tf1ru tu of her her Mrs S C Bull Sr re U tied home Saturday Col Geo G Graham of Magda lena Sonora Mexico who has been visiting relatives here for a month left for home Thursday lies E C ORear entertained Thursday in honor of her friends Mrs A B Stoops and Miss Isa ORear of t Sterling Mrs Jos L Simcox anti son James of Dayton 0 who have been the guests of relatives here returned home Saturday Mrs D B Vaughn of Catletts burg who has been the guest of her parents here Mr W McKee Hardie and wife has returned home Mrs R M Bergman and son Western who have been gues s of her parents Capt I T West and wife returned home Tuesday- Dr E E Hume and wife were called to Louisville on Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs T L Burnett a relative of Dr Homes Mrs J R Newton and daughter of St Louis Mo who has been the guest of her parents Col E T Llllurd and wife have returned home Mr I Lanier Sallee and bride nee Ruby Armstrong have re turned from their wedding trip and are guests of her father Mr R D Armstrong Mrs M Jt Adams and sons Marshall and Charles rotuened parentsaltMUHOJI county Mr 1 G Montgomery of Provi deuce Ky and Mr Mont ollleJ of Chattanooga Tenn wore the guests of Gen IN B Hnyr and wife this week Mr W D Patton of Detroit Mrewas e Waggoner sister of Mr J J Wag gener formerly of this city Mrs Geo B 1urer entertainer on Wednesday evening in honor of Newportlimerated and a dainty lunch served Mr C FugazJ who ins been run restauraimIiiis place and will remove hit funnily to his old homo in Lexing ton Mrs Will A Lewis and son Will A Jr of Harrinmn Tonn who have been spending the hold days with her parents Col John N Crutcher and wife returned homo on Saturday I I 4 J 11 tif i 50cTool Dress Goods 39c l GOcbitbit49c l75c 59c 100 t T9c 125 119 150It 125 10 and 12c Outing Cloth 8ic 10 and 12k Flannelett Sic 650 Wool Blankets 498 J terJudge ANNUAL LINEN SALE JANUARY 12thLAND CONTINUING TO THE 26THiTable Linens including Round and Square Cloths of ill sizes Napkins Lunch + l Cloths Towels Crashes Art Linens Y iiL This is our Annual Sale and we purchased J1 for this occasion before advance in prices the i Largest Lot of Linens we ever had See Other Attractions t F J HEENEY t Ii I AM READY TO MAKE THE B- ESTPHOTOS EI J Tt And all Styles of Portraits and Groups at It BridgeSt V t ble Photographer IH G MATTERNIt i II FREE From Isaac Shelby to L C W Beckham ALL OFsKENTUCKYS GOVERNORS Tho First Time Their Pictures Have Ever Been Published FREE I I I ICocrnors1group census presidents of the United States Rulers and flags of nit nations steamship routes data history of the 11 War also late maps of the United States Van Anna Canal l astern Western Hemisphere reports of the last three national census und much other historical t Tilts unique and valuable Atlas Is FREE to ALL EVENING POST SUBSCRIBERS If not now a subscriber send von for n full years subscription by mail or 200 for six months subscription Understand that these rates are by only and that the scription price by or agent is 10 cents per week The Evening Post publishes six or more editions daily and the latest edition is each reader according to the that it will reach them subJi The Evening Post Is first in everything and has the most State news and market reports For nil the people and against the grafter Independent always For the Howe miTt EtHmitW Vust LOUISVILLE KY Special Price on Chart and Evening Post with this Paper t o I HARGIS TRIAL FARCE STOP BY COURT OF AP jPED PEALS The farce of a trial of James Hargis for the murder of Dr Cox was entered upon at Jackson 1thisweek soon became evident that there could be no semblance of a fair trial from the actions and rulings of the special judge and seeing this the attorneys for the Commonwealth appealed to the Court of Appeals to grant an order stopping the farce and order ing the Judge to answer the writ on Tuesday next January 15 The situation had become sot tensethat if the trial had pro ceeded there is no doubt butthat there would have been bloodshed The good people of Breathitt county had simply made up their minds to have a real trial or none at allIt is evident that there can never be a fair trial of the cases in Breathitt county and it was the duty of the judge to have ordered a change of venue as asked by the Commonwealth to some other judicial district The women of Frankfort are praising Father Williams Indian Tea aid Herb Tablets every day They are undoubtedly the best Female Tonics and Regulators known and are fast becoming the best selling female preparation we havo over handled Frankfort Drug Co Druggists LATEST STYLES IS WALLPAPER I have a full line of nil the latest styles in wall paper Call and examine stook C M BRIDGEFORDMain Opposite Engine House 23tf GOING BACK TO LOUIS VILLE j Mr Theodore OHara Samuels who has been bookkeeper at the Farmers Hank in this city for w several years has accepted a splendid position with the Colgan Gum Co in Louisville and will return to his old home in that city on the first of FebruaryI ITo have beautiful perfect pink velvetlike lips apply at bedtime ShoopsGreening 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 bentingII ointment that will rect any skin blemish or ailment Get a free trial box at our store and be convinced Large glass jars 25cts All dealers Written for the Roundabout A HAPPY NEW YEAR 1 Write nil your resolutionsbut bo sure that resolutions- Will overtake you and devour you mightBlot and never make objection 10 the leaf turned down Or what the other fellow said was right II Dont be a kicker or n stumbling IntentionI and do it like a man Tear out the old years growling drowlingYour you and why not try his plan III Dont talk about the weather but all hands pull together And lift the doubts and troubles from the middle of the road The burdens will be lighter the brighterifellow carry all his heavy load IV ourIBut the best ot all good wishes that would bring the best of cheer Is health and hope and happi ness within tho netvyearN WANTED 10 men in each State to travel distribute samples of our goods and taok signs Salary 8500 per month 1300 per day for expenses SAUNDERS CO Department P Jackson Boulevard Chicago Ills 173m ANNUAL REMNANT 1 CLEAN UP SALE Were Going to Sacrifice Prices so Far as to Clean Up The Store of Odds and Ends of Winter Stock Within a Week Sale begins promptly Saturday and runs through a period of Six Lively Selling Days Thu items displayed during each day of the Sale shall bo enticing indeed as but a portion of tormer prices shall bo charged for all this Seasonable Merchandise Every Stock in the store shall be affected during this event of Undorpriceing and some of the most sensational and timely offerings shall present themselves The bargains enumerated below tell of some of the that this Sale suggests but read every line youll find it encouraging news indeed Youll find it brimming full of economy To get the full benefit of VISaleIts your Chance now so make the most of it by attending the Sale daily Cloaks and Suits 850 for one lot Suits worth 1200 to 1350 1500 for one lot Suits worth 2000 to 2500 2350 for one lot Suits worth 3510 to 000 1500 for 2500 CloaksIc1000 for 1500 500 for 800 Clocks yl ILETTER LIST the list of adver week ending January 12 R H IBerryman G C Irs May e Choat John Clay Willie Cook Mrs Sarah Common Miss Scottie Culver Jack Dale Miss F Donald Stella Douglas Jack Duncan J C Duncan Miss Lue Tlnnio Ellisaharles Edwards Miss Pearl Fara Christian Ford Miss Mary Galloway Mrs Amanda A B Gregory GQ0 M Guthery MissIarvC Ha1h Jim Hall John G Hall Miss Mattie Hammons Will Hawkins Miss Marvlne Hnrney Mrs L L Hicks Thomas Holt Miss Abbie Horan Miss Ruth B Hughes Will H Jetiries Mrs Louise Johnson Alonzo Jackson Miss Susie Kellar Carrie Kerljy Mrs Jane Kesner S D Lane Mrs C M Little Riby Lumby Jas M Lindsay John Lindsay Mrs John D McCoy Allen A McGee Co W HIMcHenry J J Mitchell Jack Moody Ralph MooreLJ W Mirhevero Con Murry James A Mitchell Rev R Col Owens Alfartin Sanders W M Skaggs Miss Amey Smith Ben- Sparkman Samuel Slack Leonard C Wnrfleld Frank Wninelil Seal Wright Eliza Young R E Atty When calling for the above letfers please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M Dr CatlyB ConUlirou Powders are just vhnfc a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier nnl vermifuge They are not food b f medicine the best in use to putt horse in prime condition Price cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle OLD TAYLOR I THE PREMIER r KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR Jr SONS ProprietorsFrankfort Kentucky l 1 j t e 1f iffJf J t t Skirts One lot Skirts at Remnant Prices FursThe Dependable kind at Remnant PricesUnderwear Broken lots at onefourth off in OF NOV 18 19C6 Leave AM NO2 DailyEx PM Leave PantsRemnants Embroideries 6ii wG LEXINGTON EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMARY TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE EASTBOUND WESTBOUM INo4 1Stations Mls 11 785 2t6I ILexington 0 II 806 818 810 826 825 L 6 E Junction PI2 4A0 Clay City j 825 I4J z 910 410 815 988 440 CamptonJunction 958 457 Torrent Iii 748I sn- 101i 518 Junction S2J 1085 587 649 1143 645 Ii1116 610 621Beattyille 615 640I 29A L E Junction CamDton Junction Beattvville Junction La WK Junction Ex No Trains Nos and 3 will make with the C O KT for Mt Sterling Trains Nos 128 and will with the Mountain Cen the for Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Ry for local stations on theO E By MoDOWELL rw General Manager OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAYtIMh1 SundI DailyEx CamptonTrains IStations Cannel close connection Junction Railway CONLEY TRIAL PRICE The trial Price Stewart with F Daily last taken Circuit Court last After hours jury and as above juries this county The jury Harrod Jos Gib George Gaines Forrest lIar Carl Wilson L Lee F Shelton John Jacobs A L B B The heard anti 580 when jury The jury verdict Price Stewart to years Tho Board is has lug built Colored Public School which mestic Science will taught which will embrace selling and so that when girl from school take charge house from kitchen nr Women Childrens Vests Dress Goods Silks White Goods Cloths Laces from every Stock AND Ia No Ex undl Ar IPM Winchester Stanton 5i 82 connections connect LARyBeattvville SCOTT GPA INo8S No DailyEx IDy Mm IIA M Lye P M LyeJM Ar PM Arl Jackson 830 01 280 O K Junction SBi 1120I 843I 1581Vilhurst 4SO 417 is 10I 510 518 122 12i715I 119l05 City 545 1245 Iios and 2 will make at O k K 8 and for points on the and Eastern M L Superintendent rr OF STEWART of charged killing Jas Angust was up in the on Tuesday a few the was obtained is considered the ordinary run of in was composed of the following gentlemen Albert G Hodges J J son rod W Dunigan G M Alexander Crutcher W itt evidence was tho arguments concluded at Thursday afternoon tho case was given to the returned a sentencing the penitentiary for eleven IMPROVEMENT OF COLORED SCHOOL of Education an addition to the in Do be cooking general housekeeping a graduates tho she can of a the up and and Outing Specials jDaily CHARLES with Lexington FranKloiiCiacwiBy The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 1 BiINo DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY r A o81 FN 2 2 D Frankfort Ar 11j 2 6 lILV Summit 7 211 Elkhorn 06 Switzer d 421 Stamping Ground 2 Duvall 2 Johnson 712 Georgetown I C S J 2 Newtown 6 Centerville 5 811 737 Elizabeth 5 47I Paris JunctnjArt Lv 5a2 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q x C KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNAT VIA GSOKOETOWX P A P31 Lv Frankfort Ar i5 jJLv Georgetown Arj Cincinnati SilO BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PAIUS IJ I P 1200Lv Frankfort 1r 7l2 LvGeorcctown Ar 623 11 3 Lv Parts r83 Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKY CENTRAL UK POINTS wPII 111 Frinikfort 25A720P 12 47Pi 1JA A Georgetown Aill 04A B25P U5PI A Paris 30A 642P 18 IIP III A Winchester L 245P 15P A A Muysvlllo L 5 45A 15P 60PIII2CPlGEO B HARPER C W HAY Pres nndGenl Supt G AiF i J THeFranKfoitHoimilaDoiit Entered at the postotHeo at Frankfort lien t tuck as secoiulclass muilable matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub 4 FRANKFORT JAN 12 1907 TO OUR SUJJSCRBIEKS t In a short time we will begin Bonding out our bills for subscrip tion to tho ROUNDABOUT We trust that our patrons will take time by the forelock and will pay up their arrearages before these reminders fire sent to them There are a umber of our pat trons who owe us two or more years subscription and while these may bo small sums to them the aggregate to us amounts to quite k respectable fiugres We do not wish to discontinue whoxowe and will not pay after a rea sonable time will have to bo cut off CIRCUIT COURT MEETS GRAND JURY r conIvened iRobt L Stout presiding i The grand jury was duly em pannellod and charged The following gentlemen compose that jury YoS Dehoney foreman Hus ton Vood James Heeney Thos z J Brislan C D Hamilton Ben Slattery Tilden Cain Oliver Johnson Pat M Hodges G L- rHulett Benton Quire and W B following gentlemen com petit juries IAlbert G Hodges Jas M L Phillips Jos R Sim R Shy W B Polk Moore Daniel Glanton J J Harrod r L LeCompte Geo- Gaines Jos Gibso- uNo2Forresth N Harrod Geo n Salender Newton Shackleford Carl Wilson L L Snow i t James Cushing YoT Duuigan G 11 Alexander Richmond Pey Fk Shelton Charles Jacobs G w MILLER PARALYZED Mr Geo W Miller the tinner y of this city was paralyzed through all of his right side on Saturday evening Mr Miller who is 70 years of ago has been an unusually vigor ous man and was at work in his r tin shop on Saturday until a short come wont home in tho afternoon He lud down on his bed and was stricken shortly afterwards IlIr Miller has heen in business tiftyjfamily of children Only n few hisINEW LOCATION FOR OFFICES The Ford k Johnson Chair Co have rented that portion of the South Warehouse on East Broad way formerly occupied by tho Capital Printing Co and have moved their oflicos into tho same HEAVIER STEEL BRIDGE OVER STREET WILKINSON The L k N Railroad has been engaged this week in putting in a heavier and stronger steel bridge where that road crosses Wilkinson street in this city The work has been done without stopping a single one of the numerous trains which pass over that structure The change was rendered neces sary by the heavier engines and trains which are now run over the roadThe only inconvenience was that which compelled tho trailic on Wilkinson street to go up Broadway or down Washington streets which of course is nothing to make a noise about The new bridge is a fine piece of work STREET CARS CRASH TOGETHER On Saturday morning during the dense fog two street cars on the Traction Lin3 came together head on at the rate of about fif teen miles an hour It seems that the two motormen had each for gotten their fare boxes and one of thorn wont back to the car barn for it and the other one started back for his and owing to the fact that they could not see fifteen feet ahead they came together with a terrible crash Motorman Robert Milton had his left leg broken and he was badly hurt internally Motorman 0 R McQuillen was cut about the head and face The accident occurred shortly after 0 oclock when the fog hung so thickly over that section of the I city that it could almost be cut with a knife I The two injured men were given every attention by Manager Sallee I Drs C A Fish and 0 B Dema aidISunday night when he passed away after great suffering Milton was buried by the J 0 U A ton Wednesday morn ing Rapid changes of temperature Te hard on the toughest constitution The conductor passing from the heated inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature of the platformthe canvasser spending an hour or so in a heated building and then walking against a biting windknow the difficulty of avoiding cold Scott J Emulsion strengthens the body so that it can better withstand the danger of cold from changes of temperature It will help you to avoid taking cold ALL DRUGGISTS 5Oc AND SlOO INDUSTRIAL INTERESTS AT EXPOSITION The Baldwin Locomotive Works Is Setting The Pace For Industrial Exhibits At The Exposition NorfolkaAs an index to what is being done at tho Jamestown Exposition in the industrial line it may not be out of order to cite the work being done ly the Baldwin Locomotive Works It seems almost incredible but is nevertheless true that this cons pany is erecting a building of its own 125x225 feet in which to display its own product The building will cost 100000 nod in comIwonderful array of powerlinethis or any other country in the worldEvery device in the motive power line and in the line of transportation will be shown and demonstrated so fully and so completely that ho who runs may readOne of the features will be one of their finest locomotives mount ed on a platform in such manner lieptinstrate its perfection and show to the thousands of daily visitors what has been accomplished in that line since their first engine was built Hundreds of other concerns are also following the pace set and everylinewill be such as have never been seen in the world before Not a line or branch of industry will be missing when the gates of this the greatest Exposition that has ever been held swing open to the public on the 20th day of next April Father Williams Indian Tea and Herb Tablets are Natures remedy nothing but pure herbs absolutely harmless no narcotics and are especially adapted to womens and childrens use We also recommend them to tho old and feeble jSr give sound sleep and good appetite Frank fort Drug Co Druggists- i COlIMUNIOAlEDI t Anna Ewing of Colville Ky arrived at Frankfort Wednesday evening January 1907 with the determination to show the Presi dent of the State Narinal Colored School what she had done to recommend this school to other people I can say that I believe it did lots of good because the schoolcontains many and there was only two that showed their ignorance to me Since there was no more than two I think that did fine for colored people EIi I To the Editor of tho Roundabout In an article written for the Roundaobut in last weeks issue the writer is evidently writing under a wrong impression as to Choateville Church Since it was built some years since has not been without a pastor Brother N E Florence of Lexington has been its pastor for the last three years and before that Bro T Lennox held it for three years and Rev H M Po grove before tha t All these preachers to my personal knowledge have been earnest young preachers and preached good sermons Also within the last few months Bro John Beazley of New Castle Bro Shaw of Mt Zion Church and Bro Bars of Lexington have till been in the pulpit at Choateville Wo are of course grieved if the young folks have transgressed the laws of their facetgIyoung It surely better to be dancing in lighthearted glee than to be sit ting in uncharitable judgment of others Judge not that thou be not judged BLUE EYES i iI i i 1iJ I tJff J ti i L J ifIN rp y ct w titJ b fi j i Pleasant to take Laxative l Syrup1 NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONI Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are i the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a 1 normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritatiug 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 4 Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers f Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches r Scythe Stones Wheelborrows klJo I s fr Thresher Machine Oil r TarpaulinsJMonkey Wrenches 1 Pipe Fittings and Wrenches wFRANK Gt STAGG i Hardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISCOLL The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High IGrade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the placeIJOHN DRISCOLL 2l6st Clair St Frankfort Kentucky MOVES WHOLESALE GROCERY Mr H S Wash has rented the storeroom on Main street for merly occupied by Messrs Ebner Co and has moved his whole sale grocery house from the old J E M Mill property on Ann street into tho same Street Car Schedule Cars leave Capital Hotel FOR SOUTH FRANKFORT G20 a m and every 20 minutes un til 1020 p m- FOR PARK LINE C15 a in and every 40 minutes un til 1015 p in- FOR LEESTOWN 035 a m and every 40 minutes un til 1030 p m F V Traction Co J D SALLEE Supt rn R 5 i zJ lJi i i w Iri r 1 i IfIJ W I Quality FINE FARM SOLD Mrs A D Brown sold her farm of 227 acres to Mr Wamuel M Mason on Wednesday for 9000 equal to cash This is a fine farm which Mrs Brown inherited from her father tho late Mr Walter Ayres n Dr Weavers Syrup ri Pnriflea the blood Ceoate ointment for the itia 1 KILLTHI COUCH I i AND CURE THE LUNGS t KingsHew IIcONSUMPTION jPrIcei Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK w- s wIS v- c 9 tit tr j The Frankfort Roundabout = 1tEnterclt nt the postotllcc at Frankfort Ken tucky as secondclass innilable matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANIFORT JAN 12 1907 TO OUR SUBSCRBIERS Inn short time we will begin sending out our bills for subscription to the ROUNDABOUT We trust that our patrons will take time by the forelock and will pay up their arrearages before these reminders are sent to them There are a number of our pa trons who owe us two or more years subscription and while these may bo small sums to them the aggregate to us amounts to quite r respectable fiugres We do not wish to discontinue K t any subscription but those who owe and will not pay after a rea sonable time will have to be cut i off CIRCUIT rEETS1GRAXD conIvenedt r Robt L Stout presiding The grand jury was duly em pannelled and charged The fol lowing gentlemen compose that r jury L YoS Dohoney foreman Hus ton Wood James Heeney Thos J Brislan C D Hamilton Ben- s Slattery Tilden Cain Oliver Johnson Pat M Hodges G L 131Ouinnt ioH e the petit juries No 1 Albert G Hodges Jas M Zook M L Phillips Jos R w Halo Sim R Shy W B Polk f H H Moore Daniel Glanton J J Harrod J L LeCompte Geo Gaines Jos Gibson No2Forrest Harrod Geo Salonder Newton Shackleford Carl Wilson L L Snow James Cushing W T Duuigan G 11 Alexander Richmond Pey ton R Handy Berryman L F z Shelton Charles Jacobs G w MILLER PARALYZED j s Mr Geo W Miller the tinner L of this city was paralyzed through I all of his right side on Saturday eveningMr I Miller who is 70 years of ago has been an unusually vigor J t1VVous man and was at work in his tin shop on Saturday until a short f while before stricken He com plained of not feeling well and wont home in the afternoon He 1ft id down on his bed and was f stricken shortly nfterwnrdsII Mr Miller has been in business fiftyifamily of children Only a few i years ago he was married to his second wife NEW LOCATION FOR OFFICES The Ford Johnson Chair Co have rented that portion of the South Warehouse on East Brood way formerly occupied by the Capital Printing Co and have moved their offices into the same i I HEAVIER STEEL BRIDGE OVER WILKINSON STREET The L C N Railroad has been engaged this week in putting in a heavier and stronger steel bridge where that road crosses Wilkinson street in this city The work has been done without stopping a single one of the numerous trains which pass over that structure The change was rendered necessary by the heavier engines and trains which are now run over the roadThe only inconvenience was that which compelled the trafhc on Wilkinson street to go up Broad way or down Washington streets which of course is nothing to make a noise about The new bridge is a fine piece of workmi i STREET CARS CRASH TOGETHER On Saturday morning during the douse fog two street cars on the Traction Linn came together head on at the rate of about fif teen miles an hour It seems that the two motormen had each for gotten their fare boxes and one of them went back to the car barn for it and the other one started back for his and owing to the fact that they could not see fifteen feet ahead they came together with a terrible crash Motorman Robert Milton had his left leg broken and ho was badly hurt internally Motorman 0 R McQuillen was cut about the head and face The accident occurred shortly after 0 oclock when the fog hung so thickly over that section of the city that it could almost be cut with a knife I The two injured men were every attention by Manager SolleeI Drs C A Fish and 0 B Dema ree being summoned to their aid Later Milton lingered until Sunday night when he passed away after great suffering Milton was buried by the J 0 U A ton Wednesday morning Rapid changes of temperature Yre hard on the toughest constitution The conductor passing from the heated inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature of the platformthe canvasser spending an hour or so in a heated building and then walking against a biting windknow the difficulty of avoiding cold ScottJ Emtifoion strengthens the body so that it can better withstand the danger of cold from changes of temperature It wild help you to avoid taking cold ALL DRUCCI6TS 600 AND 100 j INDUSTRIAL INTERESTS AT EXPOSITION The Baldwin Locomotive Works Is Setting The Pace For Indus trial Exhibits At The Ex positiollj INorfolk VnAs an index to being done at the Jamestown Exposition in th industrial line it may not be out oforder to cito the work being done by the Baldwin Locomotive Works It seems almost incredible but is nevertheless true that this company is erecting a building of its own 125x225 feet in which to display its own product The building will cost 100000 and in it will bo displayed the most complete and wonderful array of machinery in the motive power line that has ever been seen in this or any other country in the worldEvery device in the motive power line and in the line of transportation will be shown and demonstrated so fully and so completely that he who runs may readOne of the features will be one of their finest locomotives mount ed on a platform in such manner that the drive wheels will be kept in constant motion to demonstrate its perfention and show to the thousands of daily visitors what has been accomplished in that line since their first engine was built Hundreds of other concerns are also following the pace set and the industrial exhibits in every line at the Jamestown Exposition will bo such as have never been seen in the world before Not a line or branch of industry will be missingwhen the gates of this the greatest Exposition that has ever been held swing open to the publio on the 26th day of next April II Father Williams Indian Tea and Herb Tablets are Natures remedy nothing but pure herbs absolutely harmless no narcotics and are especially adapted to womens and childrens use We also reco m men cl their to the old and feeble Tflyr give sound sleep and good appetite Frank fort Drug Co Druggists II COMMUNICATEDi Anna Ewing of Colville Ky arrived at Frankfort Wednesday evening Januarys 1907 with the determination to show the Presi dent of the State Narmal Colored School what she had done to recommend this school to other people I can say that I believe it did lots of good because the school contains many and there was only two that showed their ignorance to me Since there was no more than two I think that did fine for colored people A E COMMUNICATED To the Editor of the Roundabout In an article written for the Roundaobut in last weeks issue the writer is evidently writing under a wrong impression as to Choatevillo Church Since it was built some years since has not been without a pastor Brother N E Florence of Lexington has been its pastor for the last three years and before that Bro T Lennox held it for three years and Rev H M Po grove before the t All these preachers to my personal knowledge have been earnest young preachers and preached good sermons Also within the last few months Bro John Beazley of New Castle Bro Shaw of Mt Zion Church and Bro Bars of Lexington have all Icon in the pulpit at Chouteville Wo are of course grieved if the young folks have transgressed the laws of their Church but if we had to face tonightIg folks shoes than in the ones who is judging the young folks It is surely better to be dancing in lighthearted glee than to be sit ting in uncharitable judgment of others Judge not that thou be not judgedBLUE EYES oJ tar r i1r r M1 I Pleasant to take Laxat1veISyrup j NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION r Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits ana their extracts are atnormalare 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 nuot like it better than I any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLEV Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spadesrz r Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborro v syv Thresher Machine Oil TarpaulinsVMonkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches l FRANK G1 STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc Value JOHN DRISCOLL The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky MOVES WHOLESALE GROCERY I Mr H S Wash has rented the storeroom on Main street formerly occupied by Messrs Elmer J Co and has moved his whole sale grocery house front the old J E M Mill property on Ann street into the same Street Car Schedule Cars leave Capital HotelIFOR SOUTH 620 a m and every 20 minutes un til 1020 p ni- FOR PARK LINE 615 a m and every 40 minutes un til 1015 p in- FOR LEESTOWN 0155 a m and every 40 minutes un til 1030 p in F V Traction Co J D SALLEE Supt 1 1- rt ic ht rr lrY 5t I FINE FARM SOLD Mrs A D Brown sold her form of 227 acres to Mr Samuel M Mason on Wednesday for 9000 equal to cash This is a fine farm which Mrs Brown inherited from her fattier the late Mr Walter Ayres Dr Weavers Syrup p tForttes the blood Cento ointment for the lUa 1 KILLTHi COUCH I AND CURE THE LUNGS j rNewIFDR cONSUMPTION Qualify JPriceSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system has been shat tered by the use of deadly drugs there is nothing to equal Dr Miles Nervine in restor ing it to health and normal activity I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles Re storative Nervine has done for me that I must tell it humanity that suffers as I haveDuring the three I suffered nervous prostration I found morphineTo self as it was the only thing that would give ease and now you point with scorn at morphine using how could you when in thinthatdeadyEtaspcance until I had used it a number of months Oh the misery of being addicted to such a habit I resolved then and there to quit it and resolved I would never be a slave to any such demon About this time I happened to notice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine adver fivebottlesusing morphine Now however much per amtj feel it duty to give it for the benefit of the- sufferingMA TIlE PHILLIPS Prescott Ark bottle AddressDs I ADDRESS TO TOBACCO GROWERS To Growers of Burley Tobacco Thirty days ago the growers of burley tobacco met in Winchester BurleyTobaccoI Society of Equity for the purpose of perfecting an organization to j release themselves from the in tolerable conditions brought j about by the tobacco trust the J methods of which organization you arc all familiar with You 1are asked to enter into a contract the American Society of Equity to pool yur tobacco the contract to become binding on condition that said society would secure control of 50 per cent of the burley tobacco crop of 1906 on or before January 1 1907 This fact as to qunnityjof tobacco secur ed was to be determined by the District Board of the Burley Tob acco Branch of said society This delegnteforritoryOn January 1st 1907 the Dis trict Board met at Winchester Ky and after a careful examina OOUfJtybydeclared that 58 per cent of the burley crop of 1906 had been secured and all contracts were now binding and in full force and effectWe heartily congratulate the growers of burley tobacco on the result of the gallant victory won and we predict in the future we will secure the maximum price of I tobacco as contemplated in the orgunizaItion secure for them a fair remunera I product I that 3very grower shall have the benefits that may be secured toI them by the organization whether I ho has become a member of the organization before January 1st 1907 or not To that end the Board has gon crously extended the time to January 12th 1907 at 12 P Matwhich time the pool will be closed and no more tobacco will be re COivedanti active preparations will be begun to receive and make advances on the pooled tobacco It is greatly to the interest of one that the amount of under control of the or shall be as great as 11tohnoco and it is earnestly urged grower who hits not done so shall place his organization pooled his tobacco urge those who have not done so to join us in this earnest fight wo are mak ing against the unjust methods of tho Tobacco Trust The details of the manner of handling and mak J ing advances on tho pooled to x f J c c 2 t 110 bacco is now in the hands of a I select committee who will report to an adjourned meeting of this Board which will be hold at Win chester Ky on tho 15th day of January 1907 when full plans will be suggested for tho govern ment of each countyW MCORD RIB THOMAS C S WILLIAMS Approved and adopted C LE BUS Prest LUCIEN BECKXEK Secy THE INDUSTRIES AT THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION Norfolk VnWhen the hour ofnoon April 29 1907 arrives and tho gates of tho Jamestown Exposition open to the world thero will be witnessed on the shores of Hampton Roads Vir ginia the greatest collection of selective exhibits ever brought together In commemoration of the founding of the first English settlement in America in 1007 this great Exposition will show tho industrial progress of the nation for the past three hundred years All the arts sciences and industries will bo represented by the best exhibits possible to ob tain All States and countries all cities and manufacturing cen ters all professions and creeds all arts and sciences all callings and occupations in fact the whole world has been swept to gather here the most worthy works of mankind to be studied and compared in order that all inquiring minds note the progress of the world in these first years of the twentieth century The great buildings at the Ex position include Manufactures and Liberal Arts with n display of the products of the workshop together with a comprehensive ex hibit of the equipment yud manu facture of same Transportation and Machinery Electricity an Food Products Mines and Medals Agriculture Horticulture Power and Alcohol Marine Appliances and specials The agricultural and horticultural industries of the country will be represented at this exposi tion as shell interests have never been represented at any previous exposition Special provision has been made forthis in a States Exhibit building which is one of the largest and most beautiful on the grounds Aside from the horticultural and agricultural exhibits whic will be displayed in this building there is an annex for the proper exhibit of agricultural imple ments and farm machinery generally farm equipment methods o improving lands and the appli ances and methods usEd in agricul tural industries The special ex hibits in tobacco cottin and pea nuts will also be in this building What Ails Your Dyou fool weak tired despondent havo frequent headaches coated tongue bitter or bad tasto in morning heartburn belching of gas acid risings In throat after eating stomach gnaw or burn foul breath dizzy spells poor or variable appetite nausea at times and kindred symptoms K yoTNywe any considerable number tit above toms you are sufferin from lUoun MpId liver with Indigestion pe P erces Golden 11f Ical Dlcce rM fc mac u t of the mos valuable I I rlncl t es kt own to 0Iefficient liver Invigorator stomach tonic bowel regulator and nerve strengthener Tho Golden Medical Discovery Is a patont medicine or secret nostrum full list of Its Ingredients being 1on Its bottlewrapper and attested under A glance at Its formula will show that It contains no alcohol or harmful habitforming drugs It Is a fluid extract made with pure trlplerelined glycerine of proper strength from the roots of the following native American forest plants viz Golden Seal root Stone root Black Cherrybark Queens root Bloodroot and Mandrako root The following leading medical authorities among a host of others extol the foregoing roots for tho euro of Just such ailments ns thoI alwvosyniptomslndlcato 1rofH Hnrtliolmv M1 of JelTiTSon College Phlla Imf 110 Wood M IXof Inlvof In 1Ilf Edwin M Hale M P of Hahnenmiui Ned College Chicago Prof John King t11 Author of American Dispensatory Prof Jno M Semi dor M U Authorof Spoellle Medicines Urof Laurence Johnson M Med Dept 1iilrof N Y Prof Klnley Elllngwood M D Author of Materia Medico and fief In Bennett Medi cal College Chicago Send name and address on Postal Card to Dr K V Pierce Huf falo N Y and receive free IxjoUlet giving extracts from writings of all tho above medical authors and many others endorsing In tho strongest possible terms each and every Ingredient of which Golden Medical Discov cryIs composed 9- Dr Plerces Pleasant Pellets regulate an Invlgorato stomach liver and bowels They he used In conjunction with Golden Medical llQer1f howels are much con stluated Theyre tiny and sugarcoated tin 1 f4J s Ar tiIMI1YiabiW I 3 THE ONLg KITCHEN CABINET FOR Economical Women Is the one that lusts n lifetime and yut is not highpriced Thats the MuDougnll- Acd economical women know it The MoDougnll people make and veil live time as innny kitchen cabinets ns any other CUll cern Why f Simply because they make them bettor McDougall Kitchen CabinetsA- re not highpriced 1800 to 2800 There are imitations thnt sell for less But the MoDougall is always a blessing and not a nuisance is dnstproof monse proof and easily cleaned and PAYS FOIL ITSELF quickly by saving kitchen supplies- So its economy to buy H McDougall R ROGERS SONS SOLE AGENTS Frankfort Ky BENSON It mined then it rained again and again then it rained some more Then a refreshing shower I fellIvices at Mount Union Church Sunday Mr Frank Edge is the guest of his sister Mrs Sam Lncefield this week Mr Ira White of Poytona was the guest of his aunt Mrs Jarett Moore on Wednesday Mr H Stockton is putting up a neat residence in this vicinity Mr Lacefield of the Bridgeport neighborhood was the SamdChristmas is past the fireworks have vanished in smoke the last blank cartridge has been fired and we draw a breath ofjjglief as we count our fiugers eyes and so forth and find we still have the usual number BENSONITE 1 THE RIGHT NAME Mr August Sharpe the popular overseer of the poor at Fort Kingshthey net more agreeably do more good and make one feel better than any other laxative Guar andfi gists STAMPING GROUND rteMr A J Oldham has sold his j farm on the Tilford and North Fork pike containing 88 acres to Mr J H Barker for 1700IMrs Geo E hey guest Miss Margaret of Cincinnati GibsonI Mrs Frankie Chappell ada was the guest of relatives here during the holidays I beeng i theria are now allowed to go on the streets the cases being all convalescent I Mr Barry Cavenaugh had the misfortune to lose the little finger on his right hand by having it i ofaDr A Stewart who is suffering with appendicitis is thought to i bo somewhat better Still an operation may have to be resorted- to A number of delegates from this roI IDIEDOf typhoid fever Mr aged 88 years Ho loaves a wife and four children The funeral and burial took phase at North Fork Church on Sunday boughtfrompounds of tobacco at 9 nnd 10 cents He has also bought several whichdgo po I Mr G W Sharpo has purchas t ii S iir i0 iv LET US FIGURE FOR YOU The cost of Painting and Repairing your Vehicle z 2A good vehicle is worth saving and frequently a small amount ex v gentled will double its life but If neglected will cost you a new one Jt 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 otVERSAILLES KY H E YARD President BRowN east A Happy New Year Is assured all users of IPRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR For Sale all Grocers i Sendus your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit and Producer HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones 47m led a farm containing GO acres Mr Chas Thompson for Mr Thompson will move to the Wilson farm on tho Scott and Midway pike Owing to the high water caused by the almost continuous rains the Rural Free Delivery Carriers could not make their rounds on Wednesday Beside considerable washing of lund no other damage was HOW TO CURE CHILBLAINS To enjoy freedom from chil blains writes John Kemp East Otisfield Me I apply Butklons Arnica Salvo Havo also used it for salt rheum with excellent results Guaranteed to euro pillsburnsdseases 25c at all druggists I J C M ING Sec and T 1 to by done skin genulntLaxativetho remedy that cures a cold In one day 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCE r TRADE MARKS DESIGNS ciaI001 01 II llnuswtrtctlycontldenttnt HANDBOOK on Patents Sent free Oldest agency for securing patents tveruldScientific JUtrcrican A handsomely Illustrated weekly Tnrcct clrculntlou of any eclentlUo louriml Terms t3 t1 year four months II Sold by all newsdealers NewYorkUranch Iioi I Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me shattered nothing to equal Dr Miles Nervine in restor inc it to health and normal activity I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles Restorative Nervine has done for I must tell it for that part of humanity that earsImorphineTo giveeasemorphine using how could you when in such agony knowing it about only thing that would give relief resist it It was a terrible habit and I knew of its deadly grasp but I never full realized its monthsOhhabit I resolved then and there to quit it and resolved I would never be a slave to an tnoticefivebottlesusing morphine however much per sons may doubt it God is my witness I am j Ifeelsuffering MATTIE PHILLIPS Prescott Ark bottle on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dx Miles Medical Co Elkhart IneLI I ADDRESS TO TOBACCO GROWERS To Growers of Burley Tobacco Thirty days ago the growers of burley tobacco met in Winchester BurleyTobnccoI Society of Equity for the purpose of perfecting an organization to I release themselves from the in tolerable conditions brought about by the tobacco trust the methods of which organization you are all familiar with You I ore asked to enter into a contract with the American Society of Equity to pool yeurtobaocothe contract to become binding a condition that said society woul secure control of 50 per cent of the burley tobacco crop of 1900 on or before January 1 1907 This fact as to qunnityof tobacco secur ed was to be determined by the District Board of the Burley Tob acco Branch of said society This delegateforritoryOn January 1st 1907 the Dis trict Board met at Winchester Ky and after a careful examina OOUfJtybydeclared that 58 per cent of the burley crop of 1900 had been secured and all contracts were now binding and in full force and effectWe heartily congratulate the growers of burley tobacco on the result of the gallant victory wont and we predict in the future we will secure the maximum price of I tobacco as contemplated in the organizaItionan remU1era1Iithat avery grower shall have th y benefits that may be secured t them by the organization whether I he has become a member of the organization before January 1st 1907 or not To that end the Board has generously extended the time to Jan nary 12th 1907 at 12 P M I which time the pool will be closo and no more tobacco will be re wivednnd active preparations will be begun to receive and make advances on the pooled tobacco It is greatly to the interest o revery ono that the amount o under control of the or shall be as great as Itobucco und it is earnestly urged grower who hits not done so shall place his in charge of the organiza Lion Lot every grower who has pooled his tobacco urge those who have not done so to join us in this earnest fight wo are mak ing against the unjust methods of the Tobacco Trust The dotails of the manner of handling and mating r advances on the pooled to i f Ft t n 1toft bacco is now in the hands ofaI select committee who will report to an adjourned meeting of this Board which will be held at Win chester Ky on the 15th day of January 1907 when full plans will be suggested for the govern meat of each county W C 11 CORD R 13 THOMAS C S WILLIAMS Approved and adopted C LE BUS Prest LUCIEN BECKNEli Secy r THE INDUSTRIES AT TILE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION Norfolk VnWhen the hour of noon April 29 1907 arrives and the gates of the Jamestown Exposition open to the world there will be witnessed on the shores of Hampton Roads Virginia the greatest collection of selective exhibits ever brought together In commemoration of the founding of the first English settlement in America in 1007 this great Exposition will show he industrial progress of the for the past three hundred years All the arts sciences and industries will be represented by the best exhibits possible to obtain All States and countries all cities and manufacturing cen ters all professions and creeds all arts and sciences all callings and occupations in filet the whole world has been swept to gather here the most worthy works of mankind to be studied and compared in order that all inquiring minds may note the progress of the world in these first years of the twentieth century The great buildings at the Ex position include Manufactures and Liberal Arts with p display of the products of the workshop together with a comprehensvo ex hibit of the equipment yud manu facture of same Transportation and Machinery Electricity and Food Products Mines and Medals Agriculture Horticulture Power and Alcohol Marine Appliances and specials The agricultural and horticul tural industries of the country exposid been represented at any previous exposition Special provision has been made for tllis in States Exhibit building which is one of the largest and most beautiful on the grounds Aside from the horticultural and agricultural exhibits which will be displayed in this building there is an annex for the proper exhibit of agricultural implements and farm machinery gener ally flirts equipment methods of applid tural industries The special ex hibits in tobacto cottiu and pea nuts will also be in this building What Ails Your Da you fool weak tired despondent have frequent headaches coated tongue bitter or bad taste in morning heart burn belching of gas acid risings in throat otter eating stomach gnaw or burn foul breath dizzy spells poor or variable appetite nausea at times and kindred symptoms If yoTNi ye any considerable somber of to above toms you are suffering from illou n pfd liver with Indl rcstlon pe P e s Golden 15jNd1eal Dlscc rv fa mat e u of the mos valuable itKuEl al tine ell k own to 0mr co science forth annt curd 0 oIsa most efficient liver Invigorator stomach tonic bowel regulator and nerve strengthener Tho Golden Medical Discovery Is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum a full list of Its Ingredients being printed lon Its bottlewrapper and attested under A glance at Its formula will show that It contains no alcohol or harmful extractdof proper strength from tho roots of the following native American forest plants viz Golden Seal root Stono root flask Chcrrybark Queens root Bloodroot and Mandrake root authoritiesf 1allOoClileairo Prof u American Dispensatory Proto Jno M Scud dos M U Authorof S ecllle Medicines Urof Laurence Johnson 11 B Med Dent Inlv of 1111tvL Flnley EHInirwood M n Author of Materla Mcillca and Prof In Helmut Medi cal Collect Chlcairo Send uanio and ail dress on Postal Card to Dr K V Pierce hut tale N Y and receive free booklet glvln extracts from writings of all thin move medi cal authors and ninny others endorsing In strongest possible terms garb and every In gredient of which Golden Medical Discov errIs composed fDr Plercos Pleasant Pellets regulate ant Invigorate stomach liver and gnosis Thl may be used In conjunction with Golden Medical Discovery If bowels are much con stipated Tltovro tiny and sugarcoated ii fi fJIl ft ONLgiKITCHEN CABINET FOR Economical Women Is the ono that lasts n lifetime and yet is not high priccd Thats the McDougnll And economical women know it Tho McDougall people make and sell live tints as many kitchen cabinets as any other con cern Why Simply because they make them hector McDougall Kitchen Cabinets Are not highpriced 1800 to 2800 There are imitations that sell for less But the MeDougaJl is always n blessing find not n nuisance is dnst roof mouse proof arid ensily cleaned nnd PAYS FOR ITSELF quickly by saving kitchen supplies So its economy to buy K McDoagnll R ROGERS SONS SOLE AGENTS Frankfort Ky BENSON It mined then it rained again and again then it rained some more Then a refreshing shower fell Miss Aa Moore attended ser vices at iiount Union Church SundayMr Edge is the guest of his sister Mrs Sam Lncefield this week Mr Ira White of Peytona was the guest of his aunt Mrs Jarett Moore on Wednesday- Mr H Stockton is putting up a neat residence in this vicinity Mr Barney Lacefield of tho Bridgeport neighborhood was the guest of his brother Mr Sam Lacefield Sunday Christmas is past the fireworks have vanished in smoke the last blank cartridge has been firedand we draw a breath of Belief as we count our fingers eyes and so forth and find we still have the usual number BENSONITE THE RIGHT NAME Mr August Sharpe the popular overseer of the poor at Fort KingsNewthey oat more agreeably do more good and make one foal better I than any other laxative Guar anteed to cure biliousness and i constipation 25c at all drug gists STAMPING GROUND Mr A J Oldham has sold his farm on the Tilford and North Fork pike containing 88 acres to Mr J H Barker for 1700 I Mrs Geo E Wilkeraon has as hey guest Miss Margaret of Cincinnati Gibsonl Mrs Frankie Chappell ada was the guest of relatives here during the holidays I The families who have been I diPh1theriathe streets the cases being all convalescent Mr Barry Cavenaugh had the misfortune to lose the little finger on his right hand by having it caught in the planing machine of Bradley Perry Dr A Stewart who is suffering withappendicitis is thought toI bo somewhat better Still an operation may have to be resorted- to A number of delegates from this place attended the A S Et110 bacco Convention at Winchester They aro well pleased with tho prospeot DIEDOf typhoid fever Mr Ira B Sobree aged 88 years Ho loaves a wife and four children The funeral and burial took place at North Fork Church on Sunday Mr Allen Stigors has bought 80000ogents He has also bought several crops in Franklin county which pooltMr G W Sharpe has purchas y U 4y 9 LET US FIGURE FOR YOU The cost of Painting and Repairing your Vehicle fA vehicle Is worth saving and frequently a small amount axe ponded will double its life but if neglected will cost you a new one fe istheSeller Carriage GoI t VERSAILLES KY H K WARD PresidentA New Year Is assured to all of PRIDE MADISON FLOUR Sale all Grocers i Send your order for Feed Grains Fruit and Pro- duceHEISEASONS CLAIR Both Phones d7 leda farm containing CO acres Mr Chas Thompson for Mr Thompson will move to the Wilson farm on the Scott and Midway pike to the high water caused by the almost continuous the Rural Free Delivery Carriers could not make rounds on Wednesday Beside considerable washing of land no other damage was done e HOW TO CURE To enjoy freedom from chi blains writes John Kemp East Otisfield Me I apply Buckle ns Arnica She Havo also used it for salt rheum with excellent results Guaranteed to euro pilesburnsI skin dseases 25c at all druggists t l t j K IMtgy i J bI r 0 M BROWXIXG it 7 1 t + Sec and Treag p Jf =fflYq users OF For by us Hay r ST STREET m Owing rains their CHILBLAINS ltyi genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold In one day 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCf TRADE MARKS DESIGNS C7 COPYRIGHTS cAnyoneending n sketch IIdfdescription may ascertain our I w an NANOBOOaonPatentsBent receivetcctalScientific American- A Illustrated weekly Tnrcct ch culntUm of any scieiumo Journal Terms t3 v newsdealereMUNNBranch Office tSS F St Washlutiton D g- Iy rJG WE SELL THE BESTTHAT IS WHAT WE DO 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 say you want to examine the Finest Line of Goods in Kentucky and you will be shown the same consideration arif you wished to make a purchase That will follow later Remember The Best of everything in stock and prices are very low for such a class of goods i f rrt M A SELBERT I MARRIED WHITE NEW KIRK Tn this city on Wednesday Mr George White and Miss Susie Newkirk both of Woodford county were married 14 BIG CLASS OF NEW RED MEN Blackfoot Tribe No GO 1 0 0 Red Men will introduce into their Council Chamber a class of 17 new warriors on Tuesday January 15 At the conclusion of the work a banquet will b served in the wig- Wam of the Big Chief orr CURED OF LUNG TROUBLE It is new eleven years since hada narrow escape from con Foydleading a S C I had run down in weight to 185 pounds and coughing was bypDr Kings New Discovery and continued this for about six months when cough and lung trouble were entirely gone and I was restored to my normal weight 170 pounds Thousands of persons are healed every year Guaranteed at all druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free HERE IS WHAT MAKES US FEEL GOOD The following letter among others is what makes a oasis in the desert life of the editor of a newspaper It is from a friend whose good opinion we value very highly We certainly return to him our very best wishes for his New Year uThA Roundabuut I am not sure but I have a guilty feeling that I may be among those naughty delinquents you are publishing the number of our patrons who owe us two or more years subscriptions Anyway I enclose the amount and if I am not delinquent for the past you may give me a good mark for next year instead The Roundabout is always a welcome news letter from my very dear old home With best wishes to it and all its staff for the New Year and all the yearsR L McC Piles get quick relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Remember its made alone for Piles and it works with certainty and satisfaction Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Try it see All dealers FELONY CHARGE RESULT OF FIGHT Motorman A Hawkins and Charles Caplinger engaged in a fight on the street oars on Mon day evening wherein Caplinger is alleged to have bitten the lip of Hawkins thereby committing the felonious crime of mayhem A warrant was sworn out for Caplingers arrest I or t F t t Jr 9a- 1K i 1 4 t ja11 jffiEiii T tajjr J BIRTHS DARNELL In this city on Wednesday to Mr Jas S Dar nell and wifen daughter stoppedinnothing to sicken or distress your child A sweet pleasant and safe syrup called Dr Shoops Croup Cure does the work and does it quickly Dr Shoops Croup Cure is for Croup alone remember It does not claim to cure a dozen ailments Its for Croup thats all Sold by all dealers HAS BIG TOE AMPUTATED Councilman Wm Congleton injured his big toe some time ago setImuch worse that amputation wax resorted to on Wednesday It is hoped now that he will speedily recover iNBECAME CHIEF JUSTICE On Monday last when the Court of Appeals met Judge Hob son retired as Chief Justice Judge E C ORear became Chie JusticeJudge ORear has made an enviable reputation as a jurist of eminent ability and impartiality- The State is to be congratulated upon the fact that as able a will be at the head of that corn as those that have preceded him To stop a Cold with Preveui tics is safer than to let it run andcure it afterwards Taken at the sneeze stage Preventics will head off all colds and Grippe and perhaps save you from Pneu monia or Bronchitis Preventics are little toothsome candy cold cure tablets selling in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes If you are chilly if you begin to sneeze try Pre ventics They will surely check the cold and please you Sold by all dealers BEAUTIFUL CALENDAR Mr Geo L Payne has just sent out to his patrons one of the prettiest and most attractive calendars of the season The picture is that of his famous pointer dog Quail and her family It is one that will attract every man that has a true sportsmans love for a fine hunting dogIFOR SALE A walnut bedstead 100 years old Will sellnt reasonable i price Apply at this office or nt 109 Fourth Ave South Side 191 m FOR RENT I Hous e and shout four acres of new tobacco land for rent Tenant to clear for use of land Apply N F RICHARDSON R F D 2IFrankfort KyI174t jtiiUiu J BERTHS WILLIAMSIn this city on Thursday Mr Wm Russell Williams aged 25 years Mr Williams was born and raised inrthis city He was as clever and popular a young man as ever lived here He was for many years a valued employe of the Adams Express Co He had been in failing health for several months He leaves a father mother two sisters ft young wife and baby to whom the sympathy of every one goes out Tho funeral services took place yesterday afternoon conducted by Rev A B Chinn and the in terment was in our cemetery FRAZIERIn Atlanta Ga1 on Monday Mrs Georgia Ann Frazieraged 77 years Mrs Frazier was born reared and lived in this county the greater partof iHfeShe was the daughter of the late Mr Lee Macey and was a handsome and popular lady She was a devout member of Chuachfwas married to the late Mr Geo E Frazier of this county who preceded her to the grave scarcely a year ago She raised a large family of children of whom only two sur Tremerot terson of Atlanta Ga there being quite a number of grand childrenShe an amiable gentle and lovely woman who won all hearts by the purity and integrity of her characterThe were brought to this city on Wednesday morning the funeral services conducted from the Cemetery Chapel by Rev Wm Crowe and the burial was in the family lot We tender our sincere sympathy to the beref- tMASTINAt his home in Woodfordcounty Mr Wm Henry Mastin aged 72 years of dropsy Mr Mastin was of a sturdy in dependent and bighearted dispo i sition hospitable genial and kindly Ho was a member of the Glenns Creek Baptist Church and had been from a young plait He was a carpenter and builder by pro farmerIIIcall who knew him A few months since his favorite daughter who was an invalid for years passed away at the Kings Daughters Hospital in this city I and he seemed unable to recover from the shook and failed rapidly from that time to the end j He leaves a devoted wife three sons Wm H Jr Geo M undI Theophilus Sand three daughters Mrs Ruth Manteil Mrs c I d r I J IM- t Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair StreetIIF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS rPink Laval and Miss Ethel to mourn an affectionate and tender husband and father Ho also leaves one brother Mr Geo M Mastin of Daviess county and two sisters Mrs Davis Edwards and Mrs Wm W Boyette of Woodford county and a large circle of friends who will miss his cheery smilfT and genial courtesy We have often enjoyed the hos pitality of his home and always found him happiest when sur rounded by a house full of friends and loved ones The funeral services were con ducted on Thursday by Rev Dr E C Dargan his pastor and the interment was in the Vereail CemeteryOur sympathy goes out to the bereft family of our de parted friend and brother AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY CONVENTION A convention of the tobacco growers of the State known as the A S E met in the Senate chamber thiscity on Thursday Addresses of welcome were made by Commissioner of Agriculture Vreeland upon the part of the State and by Mr Hiter Crockett in the absence of Mayor Hume upon the part of the city Much business was transacted beneficial to the tobacco raisers of the State A banquet was served to the the delegates by the Business Miens Club Reports were made showing that enough tobacco was now controlled by the organization to control the market to a large extentThe next convention will be held at Henderson The following officers were elected for the next term President Dpvid Morelandof Ohio county Vice President M C Rankin of Henry count- ySecretnryS B Robertson of McLean county State OganizerL N Robertson of Daviess county Directors Ben Watson of Webster S B Lne of Daviess J H McConneli of Caldwell DrJ A Reed of Mason and II E Swain of Henry A largo delegation was selected to attend the National Conven tion and the body adjourned The whole convention was on thusiastic over tho outlook of tho tobacco crop WOMANS CLUB MEETING The Womans Club will meet Monday afternoon January 14th at 880 at the residence ofI Mrs S W Hager on Shelby street I Dr Weavers Treatment Synp pnridee the blood CUltbealllklD rapth6 7 T JA F 1 L1t i 1S I t 11 How Nature Provides E c Our Beauty Health and Happiness Is it not possible and altogether prob thobodyhealth f digestedin Ii made ready for man of animal is a growing belief among scien tists that the vegetable kingdom fur elementsforcate balance of health that the human wrongmethodswe should get the phosphates from the I wheat in our breador some cereal foods and iron from certain vegetables greensIf our best standardbalance Jfurnishplantknownroot of which Edwin N Hale M D p Professor of Materia Medica at Hahne t statesIn i system there is no medicine in use about which there is such general un universallyregarded continuesProf ulates the digestive processes and in Bythesethis blood feeds the muscular system I mention the muscular system because I believe it first feels increased power imparted by the stimulation of consequentimprovement I glandular systems are natural results ItIor Queens root is another root which has long been in repute as an alterative blood purifier and Prof i John King M DM says of itClAn alterative unsurpassed few if any other of the known alteratives most successful in skin and scrofulous affecItions Beneficial in bronchial affections bronchitisrelievesirritationan curedAidsforlongVPierceCherrybark r putup j DiscoveryIt r and curing such ailments as were due derangementsfollowed In cases of weak stomach indiges t tion dyspepsia ulceration stomach theII or GoldenMedical or biliousnessrnever been excelled as a vigorator which puts the or ganslIin tune and enables them to functionsThis K when you have symptoms of headache overrWhenfurred bad taste in mouth foul when you feel weak tired discouraged then is the time breathIthis natural restorative of Dr Golden Medical Discovery is allits t- wrapper It contains no alcohol or t other harmful habitformin agentswchemically pure triple relined glyc isenatlvcA good medical book written in f plain English and free from technical terms IS a work for frequent JiPierces21 cents in i onecent stamps to pay for cost ofrcopyaddressing i elegantlyclothbound Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets regu andbowels f cathartic Easy to take as candy t LItHs Earlyr Risers Ii The famous Uttto plHt Dr Weaver Syrup and Ceratekj BoccMif ul treatment for blood and akin d1IoueI r J iJC mt 1011 J r ATTENTION BUILDERS NOW IS BARN BUILDING TIMB ROOFING o c Tklaiii St CHURCH Rev A B Chiiiu rector will conduct services as follows 9UOu m 11 n in Prayer and Sermon 730 p in Evening Prayer and Sermon The Prophet Habakkuk will be the subject of evening sermon BAPTIST Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 n ju and 730 p in The Prophet be the subject of the evening sermon at 945 in the chapel PrnYEr meeting Wednesday evening at 730 in the t Visitors cordially invited Seats free p I and m73Up rophet Habakkuk will be the m in the Endeavor Sooietf meets at 760 in the evening at chapel t Everybody Invited r Low Mass at 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m at 2 p in Vespers at 780 p m PrayeruUt tlug Wednesday evening at 780 p m- Visitors cordially welcomed 11 a m and 730 p m i The Prophet Habakkuk will be the Epwortb League at 045 p m Everybody invited to attend I Young Peoples Society at 7 p in evening at 730 p JU Everybody incited to attend Everybody CHRIS T I A N COURT DAY SALES on county court day Mon I v day I some good ones I top a bunch of stoors were oilerod und I fair prices Cows and calves and plug horses sold low Mules good prices t Posey solda largo number of houses and lots to the estate of the late Mr D L Haley The ONLY BEST We a Full of V Steel Roofing I One and Two Ply Ploroid Roofing Three Ply Felt Roofing ISlaters Felt and Building Paper Lime Salt 0i 307309 I RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL Sundayschool pmEverybody CHURCHRev HabakfcukViwill SundaySchool bythepmRHudsonsermonSundayschool 1chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday Tuesdayafternoon FatherThomas Sundayschool CHURCHRevinSundayschool ChristianEndeavor JOAsermontoveninpa SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN pnstorw1l1 theIinISundayJinvited- CIIOATEVILLE willtCOUNTY thutofIbrought prIcesQuito twoyoarold brought brought Commissioner belonging threestory brickstore Dont Neglect Your Roof BUT BUY THE carry Line Crimp Cement P C SOWER 8c COI room on Main street just west of this office now occupied by the Rupert Grocery Co brought 9000 which is considered a splendid price There was a num ber of competing bidders lint it was finally knocked down to Gen Percy Haley as a representative of the heirs and all the other property was likewise bought in by him quite a number bringing good prices The sale was made to fix a basis for a division among the heirs THURSDAY MORNING BLAZE At 755 on Thursday morning an alarm from box 37 called the fire boys to the residence of Mr Dude Gilpin on the West Side where a small blaze had started The fire was extinguished with only nominal loss SEE MEXICO An opportunity is offered a limited number of desirable per SpecialPullman A personally conducted tour starting January 15 by represen tati yes familiar with every point of historic interest on the route The itinerary covers 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 the party absolutely relieved of all responsibility regarding ar rangements If interested write for particulars at once Kentucky Tour Association 510512 Masonic BId g Louisville Ky or C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agent Southern Railway Louisville Ky THE LIVER QUARANTINE TAKING nis MEALS OCT I IJHurried eating has ruined n mans stomach The digestiondestroying cess is gradual often unnoticed nt first But it is a short time until the liver balks the digestive organs give way and almost countless ills assail the man who endeavors to economize time at the ex pense of his health JA torpid liver causes n quarantine of the entire system It locks in the diseased germs and poisons and affords them full play inviting some serious illness qIn families where August Floweris used a sluggish liver and constipation are un known so are all stomach ailments as well as iUdigestion1dyspcpsia heartburn blnderafiec- tions No wellregulated family should be without this standard remedy 0 Two sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For sale by J W Gayle h I JACKSONVILLE IIAfter a long delay we come to t again to congratulate old Roundabout for its prompt weekly and welcome visits during these many long years gone by Long may its editor and employes live to print and send this newsy paper to many homes in the land is our wish A happy New Year to all The past year has been one of great pro duction and prosperity The in coming year bids fair to continue in this line The intelligent and useful news found in its columns will help you in the hour of need Read it- Health not so good Quite a number on the sick list Among those are Mr Wilson Moore who has been ill so long He has been confined to his room since Thanksgiving His friends have been daily expecting his death Mr Stephen Moore and Mr Forrest Moore his nephew of Louisville were here to see his father Mr Wilson Moore Saturday and Siinrlnkr Among tfav rs are the followingMr Moore and wife of Midway are the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs W B MooreMrs George Perkins of Hutton was the guest of Mr a W Per kins and family one day the last weekMr Marion Phillips of Chest nut Grove was the guest of Mr W B Moore and family last week Mr Lewis Roberts and wife of Croppers wits called here on ac I count of the illness of his brother inlaw Mr Wilson Moore this weekIMr W D Duncan one mile and a half putting in three phones G W Demaree Willie Cook W B Moore also west to Mr Brad ley Clark making four in alh So much so good Now for electric cars and we will be in the song We have Rural Mail and one ofI the best carriers in the land i J W Mile- sDEEDAt her homo in thif3I community Friday morning Jan 4th at 10 oclock Mrs George Bright after a brief illness of pneumonia She was a consistent Christian lady a member ot the M E Church a model wife and mother The funeral services were con ducted by Her 0 A Vaught of Frankfort after which tho remains wore laid in the ground at Indian Fork attended by a nodIfriamornLoroy Johnson has built a row barn making quite an improvo mont to his already comfortable homo Mr George Montgomery has purchased Mrs Ellio Miles farm in this community Price private CLOSE OBSERVER rS V1TZEK Mr W r Lynn is on the sick list this ookIAfter vcralflays absence Mr I I W F Anderson has returned from Cincinnati Dr W Dawson spout several days this week in Owen county with relatives and friends We are sorry to say that Miss Lillie Carter who has been on tha sick list for quite awhile is no betterAfter spending the holidays at home Mr James Stigers return ed to K S C Lexington on MondayMr Mrs Thomas Claxton spent several days this week in Frankfort visiting relatives Mrs R E Baker and son of Louisville were the guests of Mrs J H South last week FORGETMENOT RELIGIOUS NOTICE FOR SUN DAY SERVICE PRESBY TERIAN SCHLATTER1 The Faith Preacher will preach next Sun Frl1nkfoltImission free to all The sick will be healed free through Faith in God The sick will btJhenled daily from 9 a in to 9 p m at 820 High street He also goes into a trance and tells ill about the future Heart Strength Heart Strength or Heart WonknnM mpins Serve EtriiiKth or NirveVakiu s nothing morn Ios Ithvly not on vak heart In iv luiiulnil If In itself aitttillj dteciijcd It la almost always a hidden tiny little nerve that reill Is nil at fault This obsiuiv nervethi Cardiac or Hart Nerve simply need and must have morn power moro lability more controlling more irovurnlng itremjtli Without that the Heart must continue to full and the stomach and kidneys ulso have Ihcsti snino controlling nerves This clvnrb explain why as a medicine Dr Shoops Hwtorutlvu hits In tho past done so much for weak mind ailing Hearts Dr shoop first sought th cause of all this painful palpitating sullocat ii r heart iltzws Dr Snoops stonttIvothis popular prscriptlrniis alone directed to these went and wasting nerve cmttTS It builds It atrngth its it oflVrs real jMuilno heart help If you would have strong It arts strong til fostlon strengthen thso nerves reestablish went us iKitMl with Fir Shoes RestorativeALL 0 I OeWltts Little I 307309 Main st Early Risers The famous little piUs BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division I Leave Lexington every hour from 8 a- in to 7 p m and nt 8 and 11 p in Leave Paris every hour front 6 a in to 7 p m and 10 p in Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour front 630 a m to 730 pm and at U and 11 p m Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from 010 a m to 815 p m and nt 10 p m Versailles Division hourfromm Leave Versailles very hour from 545- a m to 645p m and at S15 and 10 p m E T Phone 610 Home Phone 174 Managertf RAILROAD TIME TABLE WEST BOUND AJ No 19 L N Frankfort Accom modation departs 540 a m daily except Sunday Xo 01 L X departs 755 a m Sunday only Xo 21 C 0 Via Shelbyvllle departs 920 a m daily Xo 17 L X departs 940 a m daily except Sunday Xo 15 L X departs 340 p m daily except Sunday Xo 23 C 0 Via Shelbyville departs 615 p m dally EAST BOUND Xo IS L X leaves 950 a m daily except Sunday Xo 22 C 0 leaves 1018 a m daily Xo 1C L X leaves 420 p m daily except Sunday Xo 20 L X Frankfort Accom modative arrives 515 p m daily ex cept Sunday Xo 24 C 0 leaves 759 p m daily Xo G2 L X leaves S2C p m Sunday only C 0 trains arrive and depart front Seventh Street Station Louis vine L X trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive and depart from Tenth and Broadway Station LouisvilleFrankfort Accommodation arrives and departs from First and Water Street Station F C- Leaves for Paris 020 n inrlieturns 13 i u Leaves fur 1arln yUOp mIReturns 720p in J W WATSON Ticket Agent I tIICIaIc iA pQ INO Giiesapeaks Ohio Ry SvliiMliilo in olliit Nov 25 1 UfW sub jest to Iliiiniie without notice Limited fur Louisville Nashville Mem phis West and Southwest lhll A 31 nod i14 P 31 Daily Limited For Washington Baltimore Pliiltulcl- nhiu New York Hielimoml Old relit and Norfolk 1016 A 31 and 801 P 31 Daily l3lyr McCLURES Winter Clearance Sale H BEGAN ON FRIDAY TAN 11THJ ti This will be the greatest sale ever held in Frankforts greatest store as a fitting end to by far the largest years business ever done by any Frank fort mercantile house The greatest stocks ever owned by a Frankfort business house at this period of the year go into this sale We are making the greatest price reductions we have ever made for we do not carry goods from one season to another Come early for the highest grade merchandise F known goes in this sale at price reductions which are really wonderful 1 CLOTHING SUITS AT 14 Worth 835 S30 and S35 Choice of any mans or young mans fancy suit in the store for 14 You Save 21 on the highest priced suit in the lot and nearly as many in the lot are Worth 30 and 35 as are worth 25 less than half price This is the great est clothing offer we have ever mad- eSUITS 1 AT 85O Worth S3O 818 and 815 Practically every mans fancy suit in the store not included in the JotatX14 is in this lot at 850 This is the deepest cut we have ever made on pop ular priced suits Less than half price on many of them r7ONEFOURTH OFF ON PANTS A straight reduction through our pants stock of 25 per cent t KNEE PANTS AT 50c Cv A lot of about 100 pair worth 75c and 100 All wool worsteds and Ii t cassimeres in good patterns and good wearing fabrics REDUCED UNDERWEAR 20 per cent reduction on all underwear selling regularly at 150 200 I and 300 a suit HALF PRICE MENS SOX About 75 dozen mens fancy socks worth 50c a pair in this sale at 25c BOYDENS 6 AND 7 SHOES 450 About 75 pair of this famous make of mens fine shoes are included in this offer I y 5 MENS SHOES 350 A big lot here including patent colt vici kid gun metal leathers in lace button and blucher Shoes that are right in style and built for long wear MENS SHOES AT 225 A lot made up of shoes that sell regularly at 300 275 and 250 All good wearers and good styles OVERCOATS AT 14 Worth 835 830 and 825- q Absolute choice of our finest overcoats at 14 Blacks grays and fancy colors Some silk lined all tailored to the highest degree of perfection Raincoats and light weight coats included Less than half price on many of them IIOVERCOATS AT 850 h Worth S18 816 and 15RBlacks and fancies in both form and the comfortable regulatibtt 44inch Ieng thI i 1 r a KNEE PANTS SUITS AT 5 II The greatest offer ever made in boys suits Suits in the lot worth as high as 10 none of them worth less than 600 Choice for 500 25 per cent off on all other knee pants suits i HALF PRICE TIES Choice of any 50c tie in the storeexcept solid blacks and whites at 25 cents SHOES LAIRD SCHOBERS SHOES 375 All of Laird Schober shoes in welt soles selling regularly at 500 are included in this offer1aWOMENS 4 SHOES 275 Including patent colt and dull leathers in a variety of styles in both lace and button All with welt soles and all this seasons styles WOMENS SHOES AT 225 Regular 300 sellers and one or two styles that sold at 350 No Queen Quality shoes are included u Many odd lots in all departments not advertised will be displayed and v sold at very low prices This is a cash sale We can not send goods on approval nor exchange i them Alterations in clothes charged for I RK MQOLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KYro 1i pV fV iVV ar s1 4 a 1 ii