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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r ju 1111 r tUjto V 1j1ttKJji fI lyyy e I IozIllBi il7 Mr t 17 JI r THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance tGEO XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JANUARY 19 1907 No 20 r LETTER FROM OUR SAILOR BOY Manila P I Nov 80 1906 Editor RoundaboutAs nothing to do and 820 men to help me do it I thought I would drop you a few lines II just for fun On the 8th day of Sept 1906 the cruiser Squadron U S F S West Virginia Pennsylvania Colorado and Maryland got underway at Newport R I at two p in headed for Gibraltar On our thirdday out we hit a very strong blow that shook us up some few But it only lasted two daysl the 18th of Sept we drop ped anchor at Gibraltar The rock is about 1400 feet high and Hi miles thick and 5 miles long There is a town around the bottom of the rock with about 2000 soL diers on top There is a gun r mounted for each year We laid there rive days During our stay r the H M S Drake flagship of s the English cruiser squadron gave- i us a fine smoker Everybody had a very good time j lasted till 110- 0pm wayjf ed for Naples Italy After a run of about 8 days we reached r Naples and laid about Ii miles from Mt Vesuvius She was grumbling and smoking most all the time we were there but that rrt going on all of the time ii Naples has 800000 population r It has some fine stores and 1ohurches There are a good many i there so it is not very pleasant the first time that we 4 went ashore but after that wet were uwise The streets are so that you have got tougo get through the crowd 1crowded got up a party to About 50 went but not coming my way could not go But they had I a very good time Staying in Naples about 4 days at 1050a m September 80th we left headed for AthensGreece On the first night out we passed JMount Stromboly the only vol erupts continually and as we passed her at night it look ed fine I stayed up till 12 watch I ing for it- After a good run of a few days we dropped anchor in Athens milIlionare partly standing They are made almost all of marble are some marble pillars ThereI the ground that have been since the time of Christ I After a stay of 4 days we left oflOotoberto Port Said Egypt Port Said is not a place but as there in a oaravanI stable on the opposite could see caravans of camels coming in off the debert some with very big loads We stayed in Port Said 4 days and coaled ships natives did the coaling On October 14th we started through the canal As the Suez is very narrow about 90 feet wide and 86 miles long walled in most all of the way every ship must have a pilot before entering The canal is about 80 feet deep and as we draw 27 feet you see we did not have much elbow grease There is a railroad running along with the canal the whole length It was very hot We saw all kinds of camels on the way some of which had been mixed up in a sand storm and they were beautis After a very hot journey for 18 hours we anchored in Bitter Lake and passed out of the canal at 11 am headed for Bombay India After a good run of almost ten days through very hot seas we sighted Bombay and anchored at 1025 a m Got paid the second day we were in and most every isIfine hotels churches and stores There are several differentreligiona in Bombay One of them have very strange ways of doing away with their dead They have a round honse with about 100000 vultures They chain the bird while they eat the bodies This is the Temple of Silence Some throw the bodies on a big bonfire While this performance is going on No visitors allowed But you may hear the skull crack a long way You can get a gagge or buggy for 20o per hour and ride all over the city In the poor part of the city some of them carry sick babies aroun with them and beg rUMBERw WE HAVE IN STOCK 100000 Feet Framing Lumber 500000 Shingles Cedar and Poplar 100000 lio inch Laths 50000 Feet Flowering and Ceiling 30 Tons Invincible Wall Plaster 20 Tons Plaster Board We also carry a large stock of veranda columns sash doors c We can furnish a complete house pattern on short notice Visit us in our new office HAMMOND CO 9p- J tAst P vJFtrc- y We stayed in Bombay 7 day I and coaled ship and took on OctoberIninsular and after a goddamn of 7 days we dropped anchor in Singapore Bay Diavolo the loop the loop man was down there and he came on board almost as soon as we dropped anchor He somelone forIi was no granted I Stayed in Singapore 2 or 8 days and coaledship On Noy8 at 8 45 am we got under way headed for Manila P IOIi our second day out we started j We all knocked out about 22 knots About 11 a m our star board engine went on the bum which delayed us for about 1 12 or 14 hours but the other ships kept on and at 4 p m the Maryland in the lead When em1Vslowed down to 5 or tt knots for I i us to catch up At 4j a ial on the 16th we caught up but had to run very slow t I At 845 a m on the 18tbV we dropped anchor at Cavite ffovy Yardhad the engine repaired Dd- I coaled ship We proceedtoM- anila distance ofmileei f d go on the rangeor tfttf jon the tenth and afteif tliatJire proceed to Hong Kong China J and they say we will make an Australian cruise I Manila is a very good place population about 400000 with quite a few Americans It is very hot in the day but it is all to the roses at night We are now laying almost 14 500 miles from New York and are not through going yet Well I suppose as I have about willshave to start to make arrange ments to bring this note to a close for this time Hoping to hear from you soon Yours truly C J SHEETINGER U S S West Va Care Postmaster Frisco Gal I If you are constipated dull or lifelessdtry forIin effect No griping no pain Just a gentle laxative effect that is pleasingly desirable Handy for the vest pocket or purse Laxets come to you in beautiful lithographed metal boxes at 5 cents and 25 cents Sold by all dealers i BAD MAN FROM BITTER CREEK I One Walter Reddick undertook to paint the sacred precincts ofI Craw a brilliant vermillion Saturday night He beat up a I colored woman shot a colored man and was proceeding to have other fun with himself Officers Brown and Reagan calle a halt and landed Roddick in jail He was held to the grand jury on Thursday for shooting and wounding I r Weaver Treatment SjWtpte the blood Cerate tor skin er pdeoa I r iyeALe u rg 4t- i l11f fjlJwJ Xfc Ac I 4T MAMMOTH WINTER CLEARANCE 3AIEJS Begins ToDay January 1907 An Event of Extraordinary Bargain Giving The order to make room has affected almost every department of our Winters Merchandise They are doomed to go and must go quickly To insure this the prices have been deeply cut Tremendous are the red 3tions on allies Suits Furs Misses Ajnd Child c 4rensk 4 J Goods Silks etcrAll Tailored Suits 12 Price IAll Furs 12 Price Misses and Childrens Coats 12 Price One Lot Skirts 12 Price OVER 1000 REMNANTS ieOr1sisting of Embroideries Laces Ribbons and Piece Goods at a Big Sacrifice C KAfrlH BRON- O 4143 ST CLAIR STY AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY HU BEAUTIFUL CALENDAR Mr W H Hoge proprietor of the Hoge Coal and Feed Co has issued to his friends and patrons one of the prettiest calendars of the season It is a rare piece of art with which to adorn a cham ber or business office Mr Hoge sells the very best and cleanest coal and at the lowest prices Give him a cell Father Williams Indian Tea Naturesdabsolutely harmless no narcotics and are especially adapted to j womens and childrens use We also recommend them to the old I and feeble They give sound sleep and good appetite Frank I fort Drug Co Druggists P j WINS SUIT In the Court of Appeals on Tuesday the judgment of the Franklin Circuit Court awarding Mr Ben Marshall 550 damages for being ejected from the Street Railway Cos car at Normans corner on Mero street after pay ing his fare to South Fronkfort was affirmed This judgment was against the old company of which Mr John T Buckley was the manager Piles get quicks relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Re member 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 and see All dealers 1r j Iv r 9 l1If i 7 2 BIG BARGAIN SALE ONLY ONE WEEK MORE OF OUR BIG SALE lot Tailored Suits worth lOne815 to sao to close out at our Ladies and Childrens r 1All Cloaks at lot Corsets worth 50c 75c lOne SlOO reduced to Big lot 4 Miss Hattie Scott is visiting in Vest of Owenton is a visitor here Hon Juno Gayle of Owenton was here this week Mrs J A Posey visite frlend- in this week Miss Alice Farmer has gone t- Old o Point Comfort on a visit Mrs W O Tucker is the guest of her father Judge T J N turn Capt M H Insko Deputy Col lector has been in the city this week week Judge W H Holt of Louisville was in the city on legal business this r Jas S Morris spent several days this week at his home in 1Ijf tfi Arizona Miss Mamie Mason Scott is visit ing Mrs L A Thomas Jrat At lanta Ga Miss Christine has re turned from a visit to friends at Black and wife leftI for their new home at Chester Ills Mr J nines B West returned Saturday from a business trip tp East ern Judge J L Askew and Prof J J Kucker of were in the city Mr H T Benedict of St Louis Mo was the guest of Miss Carrie Brock this week Mr Tljos H Hinde pf Chicago Mr Geo D Baldrick of Lebanon is the guest of Mrs Mary Tobin West Main street Mr Gordon Triplett who has been ill with has gone to Incl Judge T R McBeath returned Monday night from a visit to his hone at Leitchfleld i Col W S Hawkins Acting War den at the Prison left Sunday for his home at Carrollton Mrs John G Davis trod Mary are guests of her mother Mrs Pulliam in Hon 11 C Swinford of Cynthi ana was in the city Tuesday and made us a pleasant call Kev Jos M Severance has returned from the Y M C A Con vention at Judge Win Lindsay went to Lonis ville to deliver an address sit Dr Powells bnnquet Mr W S Coleman who was the guest of Gen N B Hays this week has returned to his home Dr H B Innes of Render was called here by the death of his mother Mrs Sarah E Innes Mr J H Tucker and wife of Ground were guests of Mr W H Oldhain this week Mrs W H Hoge was called to Winchester on Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs C S French Miss Jonnie Gaines was called to Winchester on Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs Chats S French Y Mr Jas W Innes of Ind was called here by the death of his mother Mrs Sarah E Innis v hA kr r 4 ly is f- Q yA A yy 1 t 798 1 2 I Remnants atHALF PRICE Little Miss Anna Virginia John son on even nag in honor of her eighth birthday of her sister Mrs Belle Mr Mason B Barret of Louis s week Mr Chas H Morris Assistant Grange Mr J B Lewis of this office spent Sunday in Louisville th guest of his cousin Mr Jas A Edwina of Ver sailles was the guest of her cousin Miss Nora Marshall South Side this week were in at tendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Nora Marshall night in honor of herI cousin Miss Edwina of Versailles Mrs Virgil Lewis of Shelby county was called here by the ill1 ness deathof her niece Mrs Scott Brown Miss Ethel Black leaves this after noon for Chester where her parents Mr J H Black and wife have removed Miss Virginia Thomas who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs C Gran Graham in has returned Ttp Adams of the Breathitt was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Hon D L Thornton Hoii W O Davis and Hon Lewis A Nuckols of Versailles attended the Court of Appeals on Mrs J D Osborne and daughter of Louisville who have been guests of her mother Mrs Con A Nelson loft for home Sunday morning Mrs W J Hughes who was called to by the Illness and death of her brother Mr Geo W Hardin has returned home Miss Frank Innis Mrs Sam M Brown and Mr A H Innes of New York City were called here by the death of their mother Mrs Sarah E Innis Little Miss Agnes Hendrick entertained In honor of her ninth birthday on afternoon at the residence of her parents The Mr Z J and wife were called to the bedside of their laughter Miss Anne at Smiths College Miss is ill from an attack of abscess on the mastoid process Miss Leota Black who has been at this olllce for a year or more leaves this afternoon for her new home where her parents Mr J H Black and wife UW moved We regret to have Miss Black leave us and wish her all success STOPS Edward Miller a colored boy in a runaway horse on It seems that the horso became on street and dashed up toward the depot When it reached tho corner of Ann the colored boy dashed to the street nnd caught the bridle on until the animal There was a small white boy in the vehicle The colored boy was highly for his brave act h kt f F r V4t Rf 0 11 Our Special List our Bargain Counters all Full of Good Things Come Early aAFlLEE J w IiiPERSONAL LouisvilleMr visitingfriends Shelbyville Winchesterattended weekJudge W RTodd La- Grange Reynolds LexingtonMr Thursday Kentucky Georgetown Thursday GeorgeDnl rheumatism 3Inrtinsville daughter Lexington Harrodsburg Thursday Stamping Logansport aJmeoting Price29c entertained Thursday IateSandersSander- Allen motherI Saturdays HodgesMiss Thompson 0sIMiss entertained Thursday Thompson Lexington home- Commonwealths Attorney Thursday Monterey Saturday fortylittleMontgomery Montgomery proofreader RUNAWAY succeeded stopping Monday frightened Broadway swinging stopped commended Bargain For the Roundabout A TRIFUTE OF RESPECT Eson Tuesday night last re moves t he central figure of a large circle of children and surviving profoundBorrow realize the fullness of the blow homeMustMrs Junes was in character theer type power undaunted by misfortune with resistless energy of purposes e waded through the obstacles andinstinctivenalizes the Christian soldier The industry and frugality of her life respectforthe wrong that found no compro characterSandmttsitjvely selfreliant The soflifeAt the death of her husband more than twenty years ago she gathered her bereaved children about her and began lifes battle anew amid disheartening trials with a nerve and that proved fruitful in fortuitous re snIts The old home has been theannual gatheringplace of the children when seeking rest from lifes burden or when the heart yearnings for the spot of early childhood became too strong to resistIn the death of the mother the central Ijnjc is broken and the aching hearts whose pangs re flect a voiceless sorrowa sorrow too dflep for wordscan find heal ing alone in the touch of time and Heavens own balm But the memories of the happier days ere the angel of death came will always remain to bless and con sole S To stop a Cold with U Proven tics is safer than to let it run and cure 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 aro chilly if you begin to sneeze try Pre verities They will surely check the cold and please you Sold by all dealers HOLDING FINE MEETING Rev yoO Taylor D D the former beloved pastor of the First Baptist Church of this city is conducting a fine meeting at the Calvary Baptist Church Lexing tonNotwithstanding trio heavy rains large audiences are in at tendance LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have a full line of all the latest styles In wall paper Call and ox amino stook 0 M BRIDGEFORDMain Opposite Engine House 23tf a it 4 r- n r 1er1 v t of f MN 0 5 t 3 L w6 M yt R a One lot Ladies and Missies Un derwoar worth 25c 35c 50c and 75c Sale Price IIOne ChihtiensiUnderwear 15c I r 5c IGreat on Wool Dress Goods 1 See i intelligence Reduction c LINEN SALEI1j JANUARY 12th AND CONTINUING TO THE 26THiTable Linens including Round r Cloths of all sizes NapkIns i Lunch Cloths Towels Crashes Art Linensr ttLIneDspurchasedfor I ILargest Lot of Ljjiens we everhad t s v See Other Attractions Q it F J HEENEY J p i I AM READY TO MAKE THE B- ESTPHOTOS lr i t And all of Portraits and at NStble Photographer l H G MATTERN 4I t a FREE n From Isaac Shelby to J C W Beckham ALL OF KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS The First time Their Pictures Have Ever Been Published FREE I IGovernorsand much other historical information d This unique and valuable Atlas la FREE to ALL EVENING POST SUBSCRIBERS If not now a subscriber send 300 for a full years subscription by mall or 200 for six W months subscription Understand that these rates are by only and that the sub i scription price by or agent is to cents per week The Evening Post publishes six or more editions dally and the latest edition is sent to each reader according the that it will reach them The Evening Post is first in everything and has the most State news and best market reports t For nil the people and against the grafter 1 Independent always For the Home GHp BttUUtg Want LOUISVILLE KY Special tPfice on Chart and Evening Post withjhis Paper jj1 if 4 v 1 1 t ry r e y I H11tX ir YAr ft t It 7 f Wlil Qtr l H j iiJtc i 1 J YIf 4 I oi 1 1uJI PAS4W yw iJl 1fi I i Itii t t r For Roundabout WHAT MOTHER NEEDS What mother needs is not sliver and goldNor gifts of wealth untold Nor fretting power nor titles great Nor the garish pomp of a lofty state But bpundleSs love and watchfulc v care Have deeper wortl than jewels rare And these are what mother needs What mother needs is the willing 1 comIImanel And ears to hear and eyes to see That little things may great things be When hands are weary and hearts I oppressed And tired feet seek a moments rest Yes these are what mother needs gentleIAnd the warm caress The brow tender touch on her patient Once marblesmooth but furrowed nowl is what mother needs I For many a time her heart is torn With inward grief you neer have borne And many a time the way seems r drear For want of timely wordi Yes this is what mother needsI 4Thentarry not till the lips can then their coldness thrill And li not to lift the weight Till the shoulders droop ah I then I too late The clinging kiss the ready hand When feet have touched the golden strand Earths weariness and weight of pain P ICanneer oppress the soul again r So bring thy gifts while pulses beat And spirits thrill to offerings sweet IMHoard not the love for the coffined clay But lavish it now my child today For that is what mother needs A FRIEND j To have beautiful 1 perfect pink velvetlike lips apply at bedtime a light coating of Dr Shoops Green Salve Then next morn ing notice carefully the effect Dry cracked or colorless lips mean feverishness and are as well ill appearing Dr Shoops Green Salve is a soft creamy healing ointment that will quickly cor fAct any skin blemish or ailment Get a free trial box at our store and be convinced Large glass jars 25cts All dealers 1w Croup can positively ho stopped- in 20 minutes No vomiting nothing to sicken or distress your child A sweot pleasant and I safe syrup called Dr Shoops Croup Cure does the work and does it quickly Dr Shoop 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 EMERGENCY CAMPAIGN Subscriptions for Kentucky Jamestown Movement From This Congressional District A herculean effort will be made during the week commencing Monday January 81 to complete the fund of 40000 required to give Kentucky a proper represen tation at the Jamestown Expo sition The Exposition will open at Norfolk Va April 26 next and promises to be one of the most interesting Worlds Fairs ever held The Kentucky general As sembly failed to a for a State Building or a State ex hibit and the task must be carried out by the citizens of this Commonwealth Members of the KentuckyJamestown Exposition Col J Stoddard Johnston is president have been devoting their time and services gratuitously to this move ment and now call on the I publicspirited citizens of the State arguing with considerable force that Kentuckys partioipa tion in the Exposition will mean assistance toward the general de velopment of the State It is further pointed out that Ken tucky recognized as the first and foremost daughter of Virginia should above all other States have a place in this Exposition Believing that the public spirited citizens and business enterprises I of Kentucky will not unrepreI an I for a State Building and has begun the collection of logs which will be used in a replica of the I Fort at Boonesboro Kentuckys proposed structure at the Fair It iis hoped to tend to Jamestown on or before February 1 the first shipment of logs for the building ANNUAL REMNANT 1 CLEAN UP SALE I 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 The items displayed during each day of the Sale shall bo enticing indeed as but a portion of former prices shall be charged for all this Seasonable Merchandise Every Stock in the store shall be affected during this event of Underpriceing and some of the most sensational and timely offerings shall present themselves The bargains enumerated below tell of some of the savings that this Sale suggestshut read every line youll find it encouraging news indeed Youll find it brimming full of economy To get the full benefit of this event however youll have to visit the Store daily while the Annual Remnant and Clean Up Sale is on for new items will replenish vacant spots and tremendous savings will accompany each Its your Chance now so slake 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 3500 to 4000 1500 for 2500 Cloaks 1000 for 1500 Cloaka500 for 800 Cloaks i I j x I and exhibits from this StateI The week of January 21 has been as Kentucky personalIevery county of the State An equitable division of the sum ex pected from the entire State has been made Each county is re quested to raise a sum amounting to one per cent of the revenue turned over by the county to the State treasury for the fiscal year ending June 80 1905 Each county in the State has much natural wealth and many possi bilities to offer to outside investors and it is felt that an elaborate exhibit and a State Building will attract attention to Kentucky and arouse interest in her resources andpossihilitiee- For the counties of this Con gressional District vice chairmen of the Division of Finance have been nominated and respective counties are asked to subscribe to the fund as follows Seventh District Bourbon 78815 Jas McGluro Paris County Chairman Fayette 189805 Jno H Flood Lexing ton County Chairman Frank lin 51778 Thos W Scott Frankfort County Chairman Henry 24998 H K Bourne Newcastle County Chairman Oldham 16556 Jas S Morris LaGrange County Chairman Owen 17806 Hon M H Bourne Owen CountyOhairman- Scott 46925 J W Keller Georgetown County Chairman Woodford 48527 W O Davis Versailles County Chairman Total 469105 a THE RIGHT NAME Mr August Sharpe the popular overseer of the poor at Fort Madison Ia says Dr Kings New Life PiUs are rightly named they act mote agreeably do more good and make one feel better than any other laxative Guar anteed to cure biliousness and constipation 25c at all druggists FOR SALE A walnut bedstead 100 years old Will sell at reasonable price Apply at this office or at 109 Fourth Ave South Side 19lnli f OLD TAYLOR TIlE PRE- MIERKENTUCKYi WHISKEY Frankfort Kentucky V Jr SONS Proprietors E H TAYLOR x v r 1 C B V 7 ji 1 a I lf JJ Skirts One lot Skirts at Remnant Prices FursThe Dependable kind at Remnant Prices Underwear Broken lots at onefourth off Goods Goods Laces from AND SUMMARY OF EFFECTIVE NOV 18 1906 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND 11Dally Leave AM I DailyEx NO2 and and Specials LEXINGTON EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY TIMETABLE IStations Ir M II I I AM 786 275I11Lexington o11819 810 120 Winchester 20 as 825 L E Junction 912 400 40 Clay City 40 825 P10 410 44 Stanton 44 8lli D58 440 Campton Junction 958 457 57 Torrent 51 780I 1017 518 Junction 621043 1035 587 545 621Beattyville Og1115 610 615 1120 815 94 610 ArMts LXr E Junction Trains RV for Nos Mt Jieg3 will connections with the 0 Junction in8Nosl28and4 will connect with the Mountain Campton trot R tor Pine Ridge and Campton Bpattyville Junction SSMS28 and 4 connect with the LAB7 0 RyWTT Trains NOe 8 and1 connect with CHARLES SCOTT K Ry for General Manager G P A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY 4 MhI Ex SUDdI Ex SundI Stations IA MLvelPM LyeIAMAr IPMAr Io 285 Jackson I 880 1120 0 280 O K Junction 335 1136 1 ipla19 128 Lee City 510 1222 JD 21 122 HehchAwa 518 1238 I 1760I27 106 Cannel City 546 1246 2- 9Nos J 21 and 22 will make close at O k K Junction with New 3 and 4 for point on the Lexington and Eastern Railway L CONLBY Superintendent ORGAN RECITAL The mnsio loving public are cordially invited to an organ recital at the Christian Church Friday evening January 25th at oclockProf Alfred Appling Butter having studied in Paris France comes with testimonials from all the prominent French organists and endorsed by W S B Mathews Chicago J A Homan Cincin nati and YoT Gates Los Angeles California This will be an opportunity to hear the new organ of the Christian Church Dr Weavers Syrup FnttM the Wood t Cewte ointment for the ski- sWANTED10 men in each State to travel distribute samples- of our goods and tack signs Salary 8500 per mouth 800 per day for expenses SAUNDERS CO Department P Jackson Boulevard Chicago Ills 178m KILLTHI COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew IIFOR cONSUMPTION Price 50c 100 Trial Surest Quickest Cure for allI THROAT and LUNG TROUB LIB or MONEY BACK Women Childrens Vests PantsRemnants in Dress Silks White Outing Cloths Embroideries every Stock L I W INo2J Dailyj No1 I toS rDdrIp make theO 21 connection X 8 Free and FranM Cincinnati BB The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect June 5th 1905 It o84INo82 ArI DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY NATNo81 20A J211 6 34 Elkhorn It 11 11 7 06 2 19 6 42 Switzer 11 OS 6 68 2 29 6 53 Stamping Ground 10 53 648 l2 86 6 59 Duvall 10 46 Gal 2 41 7 05 10 40 6 85 247712 It Georgetown 10358292 51 715 1 C S Depot 1U 6 25 2 69 7 25 N ewtown II 8 54 6 en 59S320 747 Paris Junctnl 8 5 45 3 25 7 W ArI Paris f Lv 8 6 42 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q 0 KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L K BETWEEN NCINNATVIA P MA MIAMIPM2 00 6 8 25 7 47 Lv Georgetown Arl 10 6 25 610 HO 15 Ar Cincinnati Lv 8 anl J m BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS AMjP M P M iJ 200Lv Frankfort Ar 77 J 51 Lv Georgetown Ar 625 7 55l 3 40 Lv Ar 6 83 10 80 1610 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 66 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R B POINTS 2 OOP fl 20A L Frankfort Alll 25AI720P 2 47P 7 12A A Georgetown A 0 04A626P 8 S5P 7 60A A Paris LI 8 30A 542P 611P1142AA Winchester LI 709A245P 8 16P 9 60A A Maysville L 5 45A 115P 4 OOP 8 24A A Cynthiana L 502P 6 2GP 13 MP A Richmond L 7 20A 155P 7 OOP 10 80A A Cincinnati L 255P ago B HARPER C W HAY PrM andGenl Bupt G A 4 kt Sf TeFranftortRoimiiaDou Entered nt the postotlicc at Frankfort Ken tucks assecond class mnilable matter 1 r LOEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JAN 19 1907 TO OUR SUBSCRBIERS In a short time we will begin sending out our bills for subscrip tion to the ROUNDABOUT- We trust that our patrons will take time by the forelock and will pay up their arrearages before these reminders are sent to them There are a umber of our pa trons who owe us two or more years subscription and while these may be small sums to them the aggregate to us amounts to quite respectable fiugres We do not wish to discontinue any subscription but those who reasonableoff PROMINENT LADY DIES Mrs Sarah Elizabeth Innes widow of the late Mr H B Innes died at her home on the Peaks Mill pike on Tuesday night last aged about 78 years Mrs Innes maiden name was Hudson her father having been a magistrate for several terms She was a woman of wide information and great intelligencebeing an omnivorous reader keeping up with the advancements of the ngo Mrs Innes was a member of the Christian Church and had r hmm fsojJbfii llnv1 She leaves a family of nine children four sons Dr H B Innes Jr of Render Ky Alex H Innes of New York City James W Innes of Logansport Ind and Win T Innes of this dnughtersMrslSusan lid Miss Hannah limes ot Mexico Misses Margaret and Frank Innes and Mrs Samuel M Brown of New York Her husband was OityIand highly respected this county serving one term as high sheriff He was a grandson- of U S District Judge Harry limes one of the first if not the iint District Judges to serve after Kentucky was made a StnteIThe funeral services will be conducted from the family resi- I deuce this afternoon at 2 oclock and the burial take place in the family bin ying ground at the home farm TRIAL START AT GLASS VORKSI Mr R D Armstrong hroughl to our office a sample of the flint glass which will be made at the Modes Glass Works on Wednes day afternoon A trial run or two have been made to test the workings of the new furnaces It was as clear an pretty as any glass we ever saw The works will soon be underway in earnest BUYS FAYETTE FARM On Saturday last Admiral Chapman Celeman Todd purchased from U S Senator J W Bailey his farm known as the Freeman farm lying on the Versailles pike four miles from Lexington contain in 128 acres for 200 an acreThe farm is a splendid piece of land under a high state of culti vation and good improvements Admiral Todd is now living with his motherinlaw Mrs James near Viley Station aud not in this city as stated by the daily papers MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE Our city was stirred on Tues VirIin the Weisenburgh flat over Bowen Henrys meat market on Main street had disappeared Monday night Diligent search had been made and no trace of the missing girl could be found There was no known cause of the girls disappearance- She was a handsome girl 16 years of age a close student in the city schools and popular With those who knew her SATURDAYS WRECK ON L N R R On Saturday morning just before daylight a section of a C 0 freight train going East was left just this side of the Wal cutt cut east of the tunnel while the engin find the rest of the train went on to Jetts It is sup posed those train men left with the caboose and back section must have gone to sleep while awaiting the return of the engine for there were no lights or signals out J The switch engine from the L N yards was sent up thohill and in the darkness ran into the caboose and was ditched Luckily no one was hurt and the only damage was the ditching of the engine and delaying of the trains on both ends of the road The engine was finally returned to the track the road cleared and all trains went out about 1 oclock p m 00000000000000000000000000o 0 o g 0 0linkedo 0girl who takes Scotts Emul 0zaeon has plenty of rich red blood she is 0 J 0plump active and energetic 0 10digestioneasily digested form 2 is a food that builds and keeps up a 10It strength ALL DRUGGISTS 50c AND 100 rh I TERRIBLE TRAGEDY Officer Kills Man in SelfDefense On Wednesday night lost Officer Wm Hayden was called to the Aldridge house on the corner of Broadway nnd Washington streets by the odeupnnts to try nnd quiet James Sudduth who occupies n portion of the house but who was drinking and annoying soriie young Indies in the houseWhen Officer Hnyden who line been summoned by telephone nr rived at the scene ho found Mr Finnie Bryant who nlso lives in the house trying to persuade Sudduth to go up stairs to bed The two men finally succeeded in getting Sudduth to his room and agreeing to go to bed Hay den them started down the steps with a lamp in his hand Just as he reached the landing place below he heard Sudduth exclaim Here I am after you like a brave man and looking up he found the muzzle of a doublebarreled shotgun leveled on him and before hecould move a shot rang out and a load of buckshot whizzed within a few inches of his head burying themselves in the door and wall Quickly realizing that he must act rapidly the officer still hold ing the lamp in his left hand drew his pistol and fired three shots as fast as the mechanism of his gun would work One shot took effect in Sudduths abdomen severing an artery and producing death in a few moments One shot went through Sudduths pants and the other went wild Sudduth fell to the floor still grasping the gun with the other barrel socked but was so badly wounded that he could not use it Mr A D Brown and Mr Fin nie Bryant took the gun out of Sudduth hands and placed him on the hedDre Fish and Kel ler were summoned but when they reached the scene Sudduth was dead Officer Hayden at once sur rendered himself and was taken by Chief of Police Mangan before Judge J H Polsgrove who released him on his own recognizance to await the action of the grand juryCoroner Graham took charge of the body and held an inquest the jury returning a verdiet in account with the facts Sudduth leaves a wife and three children He is well connected in the county He has paid the penalty for his misdeeds and many hearts will bleed Officer Hayden has the sym pathy of the public in his misfor tune which however much he may be blameless Will be a source of sorrow henceforth He seems to bear a charmed life as once before he was shot squarely in the abdomen and was thought to be mortally wounded but it turned out to be only a slight flesh wound the ball barely pene trating the skin The marvel is that he was not instantly killed this time as Sudduth was so olose to him that it was almost mirlothat he was not killed 9 100th BIRTHDAY OF GEN ROBT E LEE Joseph H Lewis Chapter U D C the Confederate Veterans Association and Fayette Hewitt Chapter Sons of the Confederacy will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Gen Robt E Leo this Saturday evening at tho Parish House of Ascension ChurchMr Lewis McQuown will be the orator of the occasion Everybody invited to attend ST i cj Laxative Syrup J z rt NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your DoctorSAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits ant their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts intestinesILYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 60e PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil f Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches 1 Pipe Fittings and Wrenches oFRANK G STAGG + Hardware Paints Oils Etc FI CapitolFoundrJilMachine HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KYihealers in and Repairers ofiMachinery and Supplies of All Kinds Both New and Secondhand WE HAVE FOR SALESSixhorse Power Portable Engine and BolleriTenhorse Power Stationary Steam EnginewNinehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill BUrrsil200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONES 1Iti t kf W v tc Badly Shattered Nerves and Weak Heart Too Nervous to Sleep1 or Rest Dr Miles Heart Cure and Nervine Cured MeI alwaysleadsially where the patients heart is weak fro hereditary or other causes Dr Miles mII Cure is not only a great heart regulator it is a blood tonic which and regulates the hearts action enriches the blood and improves the circulation It will I build you just as it did Mr Crawford whose letter follows and greatly improve your general health Dr1tfilesrecommend them as the best remedies for the diseases they are recommended to cure When I began taking these medicines I weighed scarcely 140 pounds nerves were badly shattered my heart troubled me a great deal I had in left arm i and shoulder had difficulty in sleeping on spellsandf I could eat scarcely kind of food without suffering great distress and was so restless dayNowmy nerves are steady as a die I sleep well happytI spent for doctors who did me no good t was illT R CRAWFORD Center Texas r All druggists sell and guarantee first bot- tleI Dr Remedies Send for free book AddxeaDrI KENTUCKYJAMESTOWN WEEK Emergency Campaign Planned for Six Days Beginning Jan 21- KentuckyJamestown Week is to be observed throughout the State during the six days commencing January 21 Ar t rangements this end have been made by the Kentucky Jamestown Exposition Commission of which Col J Stoddard Johnson is president From January 21 until the 95werect a State Building and make 4 an exhibit of Kentuckys products And resources it is necessary that the required fund of 40000 be secured at once During this week an emergency campaign for funds is to be waged The president of the Commission has named a prominent citizen in each county of the State to act as county chairman of a committee of five or more persons Personal solicitation will be made of individuals and business enterprises in the respec tive counties for the purpose of securing funds It is the hope otI the Commission to obtain thou sands of subscriptions and small contributions as well as large ones will be acceptable In the larger cities and towns of the State mass meetings will be conducted during the week These are to be addressed by speakers of State prominence who will set forth the necessity for for a Kentucky representation at Jamestown as such a movement is in the interest of the general development of the State About 25 other States have already arranged to have buildings and ox hibits at Jamestown and it is de dared that Kentucky can not afford to remain away Advices from Norfolk indicate that the Exposition will open on the appointed time April 20 Construction work is well ad r vanced and many of the Expo sition buildings have been come pleted Several States have fin ished their buildings The building to be erected by Kentucky will he of logs shipped from this State to Jamestown and it is to be a replica of Daniel Boonee Fort The Kentucky Building will nos I tie in a beautiful pine grove on the shores of Hampton Roads and overlooking the spot where the fight between the Monitor and Morrimac occurred It is said to bo the finest site on the Expo sition grounds- In the State Exhibit Building Kentucky has an allotment of ex cellont space covering an erea of about 2500 square feet cultural and forestry exhibits In the Mines and Metallurgy Building over 1000 square line been allotted to this State and Prof C J Norwood Director of Min a i 1Vty 1 I y oral Exhibits is now engaged inI preparing an elaborate exhibit The Bluegrass State will also be represented in the Educational BuildingIt to make a collective exhibit of Kentuckys manufac tures and also of Kentucky food products in the respective build ings set apart for these purposes The Greater Louisville Expo sition to be held the latter part of March will no doubt furnish many exhibits of manufactures which can be token to the James town Exposition I Neosho Mo Daily Democrat CANNING FACTORY The more wo see of Dr Baxter and the better we become acquainted with him and his business methods the more convinced we become that he is a hustler one of those men who do thingsa leader While he might he called a prompter he is in a class by goodIsays me the sort of prompting that it pays to investigate When a man puts his own money into a proposition he proves his faith- This is what Mr Baxter did and after that it took a lot ofmighty hard work to get the fruit growers I interested in the canning factory- I project and a lot more persuasive I argument to get them to invest their money in a scheme that it would seem should appeal to them was all sub argun1elJtI canning fac the buildings now on exhibition at Guthrie Guthries drug storewere made and several weeks have been spent in securing a suitable site And here again Jias Dr Baxter shown his faith in the practicability of the canning factory scheme He has just purchased lots 1 and 2 block 28 140 feet of the west end of block 29 These lots Dr Bax ter will give to the canning fac tory i The lots are in a good location being along the Frisco tracks near the berry sheds The buildings will be easy of access to haulers andadequate arrangements Bade w81g1unglOut f pleted and machinery installed ready for the strawberry crop So another public enterprise is cinched for the new Neosho the little city that is going to do things LICENSE REVOKED The saloon license of Mr W C Guthrie was revoked by the Li cense Committee of the City Council on Monday on account of three convictions for selling on Sunday in the City Court I rDo Yon Open Your Mouth Like a young bird and gulp down whatever food or medicine may be offered you Or do you want to know something of the composition and character of that which you take Into your stomach whether as food or medicine Most Intelligent and sensible people nowadays Insist on knowing what they employ whether as food or as medicine Dr Pierce believes they have a perfect right to insist upon such knowledge So he publishes dcast and on each bottle avmnner whaOiT3Tn diclnes are made of an vu ties t t This lie feels ho can w t ord t o beCIISI theor t narcdlents nwhich his medicines are made are studird understood e more will their superior curative virtues beFor the cure of womans peculiar weaknesses Irregularities and derangements giving rise to freqrtont headaches back ache dragglngdown pain or distress In lower abdominal or pelvic region accompanied I otttlmes with a debilitating I pelvic catarrhal drain and kindred symp toms of weakness Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Is a most efficient remedy It Is equally effective in curing painful periods In giving strength to nursing mothers and In preparing thee system of the expectant mother for babys coming rendering childbirth safe and com paratively painless The Favorite Prescription Is a most potent strengthening tonic to the general and to tho organs distinctly feminine in particular It Is also a soothing and Invigorating ncrvino and cures nervous exhaustion nervous prostration neuralgia hysteria spasms chorea or St dance ana other distressing nervous symptoms at tendant upon functional and organic dis of the distinctly feminine organs- A host of medical authorities of all tho several schools of practice recommend each of the several ingredients of which Favorite Prescription Is made for tho euro of tho diseases for which it Is claimed to bo a cure You mn read what they say for yourself by sending a postal card request for a free booklet of extracts from leading authorities to Dr R V Pierce Invalids Hotel and Surgical In stitute Buffalo N Y and it come to you by return post N 1r THE 0NLg KITCHEN CABINET FO- REconomical Women Is the one that lasts a lifetime and yet in not highpriced Thats the MoDongnll And economical women know it The McDougall people mnke and sell five time as many kitchen cabinets as any other con cern Why Simply because they make them betterMcDougall Kitchen Cabinets I rAre not highpriced 1800 to 2800 There are imitations that sell for less But the McDougall is always a blessing and not a nuisance is dustproof mouse proof and easily cleaned and PAYS FOR ITSELF quickly by saving kitchen supplies Bo its economy to buy n McDougall R ROGERS SONS SOLE AGENTS Frankfort Ky TWO ITEMS OF IMPORTANCE TO SUNDAYSCHOOL WORKERS upforConvention in Rome Italy May 2023 next So far only a few have booked from Kentucky We ought to have 100 Several trips are planned some short some long with prices according Sev eral attractive side trips are also planned If you are at all inter ested or willing to be made inter ested write at once for explana tory matter The fifth session of the now SundayschoolInstitute February 1822 Some of the finest talent in America has been engaged Those who have attend ed the former sessions know how high grade it is others can form no conception of it Mr Marion SpilmanOSundayschool Times Dr J P Green President of William Jewel College the editors of the Sunday school Literature of the Presby terian Baptist Christian and Methodist Churches and several more of like kind will take part on the program Never before has there been so much interest in the Sundayschool or In the Pastors work in the Sunday school The theological semi naries the denominational papers and denominational meetings are all giving vastly more attention to it than ever before This in stitute will be means of unifying amplifying and intensifying these effortsEvery pastor in the State who can possibly do so should attend All who desire it will be enter tained provided names are sent in by February 12 Not only pastors but superintendents and teachers as well should attend appliedfordayFor full particulars I address E A Fox LouiE BuildingLonisvilleKy WISE COUNSEL FROM THE SOUTH II I want to give some valuable advice to those who suffer with lame back and kidney trouble says J R Blaukenship of Beck TennI I have proved to an I absolute certainty that Electric Bitters will positively cure this distressing condition The first bottle gave me great relief and after taking a few more bottles I was completely cured so com pletely that it becomes a pleasure remedySold gists Price 50c 1 COLORED TRAINER DIES Pat Green the well known colored trainer of trotting horses died at his home in South Frank fort on Monday last He for the late Col R P Pepper Mi others and brought out many good ones LET US FIGURE FOR YOU t The cost of Painting and Repairing your Vehicle fi A good vehicle is worth saving and frequently a small amount ex penued will double its life but if neglected will cost you a new one 0 Drop us a card and our representative will the time to have your vehicle overhauled and paintedA Seller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY H K WARD C M BEOWXIXG 4President Sec and Treas lY A Happy New Year Is assured to all users of PRIDE OF MADISON i FLOUR I 1 tf S i For Sale by all Grocers i 1 if Sendus your order for Feed Hay Grains and Produce Fruitii HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones 41 ni Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quali The Grocer l The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place 1 216St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky j ACQUITTED The Frankfort Lumber Co who operate the old Champion Saw Mills on the West Side wore in dicted at the last term of the cir cuit court for a nuisance in piling frontdHardie and others The case came up for trial on vILeading JOHN DRISCOLL j Tuesday and the company were t acquitted e i Piles get quick relief from Dr Shoop Magic Ointment Re t1 member its made alone for Tiles and it works with certainty and satisfaction Itching pmfultprotruding or bind piles dis Tryit 1 = I j J J r iII 1i j 0 WE SELL THE BESTt THAT IS WHAT WE DOti We sell the Best Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds Etc y To be Found in the State V r i Call and examine our Splendid Assortment You are not compelled to buy Just say you want to examine the Finest Lille ofGoods i iinKentucky and you will be shown the same consideration as if you wished to make a purchase That will follow later pcRememberThe Best of everything in stock and prices are very low for such a class of goods MA SELJBERT PIARRIEB fieSUDDUTH FLEMING 3n j this city on Wednesday Mr t Louiguina Sudduth and Miss Fleming were married by IrRev L D Stucker- NEWHOUSEif STEIN In Chicago Ills Mr Ben Newhouse and Miss Alma Stein both of Chicago were married Mr Newhouse was born an- S ii reared in this city where he has many friends who congratulate Jfhim upon his good fortune t BENEDICT BROCK An r nouncement is made of the ap proaching marriage of Mr H T 1 Benedict of St Louis Mo and t Miss Carrie Brock daughter of i Mr Geo M Brock of Crescent happyfr next January 28d Mr Benedict is a fine youn- k business man of the Mound City who has made many friends on his CItyris orieofjFrank and oweet Jjelltgirls one whom any gentle could well be proudof win ning She has been the correspondent of this paper at the Forks off Elkhorn for several years i We tender our heartiest con gratulations CURED OF LUNG TROUBLE rl 1 It is new eleven years since I had a narrow escape trom con sumption writes C 0 Floyd a 1smess man of Kershaw S C I had run down in to 185 pounds and coughing wa constant both by day and b- A night Finally I began taking f1 Dr Kings New Discovery an C continued this for about si months when cough and lun trouble were entirely gone and L was restored to my normal weight 1 170 pounds Thousands of healed every year JGuaranteed at all druggists 50c t and 100 Trial bottle free FINE FARM SOLD I Messrs John M and Scott Brown have sold their fine farm near Elmoro on the Russells Mill pike to Mr B B Graves of Henry county The farm con tains 150 acres and was sold for 50 per acre The women of Frankfort are praising Father Williams Indian Tea aid Herb Tablets every day They are undoubtedly the bes Female Tonics and Regulators known and are fast becoming the best selling female preparation we have ever handled Frankfort Drug Co Druggists NOTICE The Local Carpenters Union No 1478 have adopted the eight hour scale with same pay to take effect April 1st 1907 2010t lA I I I jr iv r l to I I KENTUCKY MAGAZINE We have received the January number of the Kentncky Maga zine edited and published by Col C E Merrill It is full of very readable matter the illustrations are first class and the typograph ical appearance generally is upto dateCol Merrill is a facile and able writer and the contributors are bestd Mag azine is only 1 per year or ten cents for each issue Subscribe for it t GIVING OUT The Struggle Discourages Many A Citizen of Frankfort Around all day with an aching back Cant rest at night givegDeans KidneyPills will give renewed life 1 They will cur the backache Ours every kidney ill Here is Frankfort proof that this is so- Wingate Thompson police of ficer ot 29 Murray street Frank fort says Ordinary backache is averagetto it trouble with the kidney secretions which embarrasses dur ing the day and break sleep at night it is no wonder the sufferer is miserable and welcomes the meats he employs to get relief It id hard enough for anyone to endure such suffering and misery myselfitnot until I learned about Doaus Kidney Pills that I found a whatsaycorrected the kidney secretions inxme every gway There is no need to have any doubt about the merit of Doans Kidney Pills They do exactly as represented For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoans- and take no other NOW RUN TO COLORED NORMAL SCHOOL GATE The Frankfort Versailles Traction Co are now running the Cemetery Car to the gate enter ing the Colored Normal School grounds which is a great convenience to the large population cityt ing the school Score one for Capt J D Sallee the superintendent Dr Cadys Condition Powders are twhnt a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier nDi vermifuge They are not food bfmedicine the best in use to put II horse in prime condition Price a cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeComptefe Gayle J I BEATMS CONWAY At the home of his aunt Miss Sarah Petty in this county on Wednesday Mr Albert Conway aged 18 years ofcon sumptionMr was a clever young man and was a follower of the art preservative- The funeral arid burial took place on Thursday- He is survived by his father Mr Jos Conwa- ySHEEHANAt the Kings Daughters Hospital on Monday Mrs Ellen Sheehan aged 94 years as the result of a fall by which her hip was broken About a month ago Mrs Shee han was walking about her yard on East Main street when she slipped and fell breaking her right hip She was taken at once to the Hospital but could not recuperate from the shook She has many relatives and friends in this city where she has lived EO long f The funeral services were conducted from the Chare la of the Good Shepherd on Tuesday Rev Father T S Major officiating and the burial was in the Catholic Cem tery J3ROWNAt her home on the Lawrencebtirg pike on Wednes day morning Mrs Lilian Thom son Brown wife of Mr Scott Brown aged about 25 years of age consumption Mrs Brown was a beautiful accomplished and lovely young woman who won the hearts of all who knew her by her gentle and tender disposition She was a de vout Christian and member of the Southern Presbyterian Church Only a few short years ago she was happily married to the man of her choice and the tender care which he bestowed upon herr after she was stricken with the dread disease which was so soon to separate them called forth the sincerest sympathy of all who knew them She leaves beside her devoted young husband four brothers Quarles William Russell and Ben Thomson and three sisters Mrs Albert McMichael of Lex ington Miss Henton and Miss Carrie Thomson as well as a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn her untimely end conjductedterian Church on Thursday morn ing by Rev Wm Crowe and the interment was in the family lot in our cemetery Our tenderest sympathy is ex tended to these sorely afllicted ones in their deep sorrow I a 7f genuinLtxiitiVethe rd that e nw s celd Ia ass day ft- f o I yir Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair Street h IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERT8 ITS GOOD ik t 1 LETTER LIST The following the list of adver tised letters for the week ending January 1- 9Bealert Mrs Alice Broman Miss Birtha Coles Ed Clark Miss Edna Combs Mrs Richard Coderwahl C O Carey Ben Mrs Wania Z Dougherty Mrs Mary Fannie Diamond Mrs Maggie Fulton C W Gaddis Dinwiddi Humphryes R H Holtzmann Peter Hawkins Miss Marvie Henderson J Inscore H W Lazorie Elmer- Leehmahmi Mrs Carrie A Leistner John W Lenrry S L Landers Lorenzo D Lewis H P McCarty Scott Marshall John J Morris Mrs Katy Mills William McQuillian N Newman Tommy i Orchestra Dealers Kentucky r Owens William Orr Emmett Printt Miss Cora Payton Mrs Mary Piper Miss Susie Petty Miss Eleanora Pierce Tie Lumber Co Robinson Mrs Susie Rittehan Rhodes Edward Robinson Miss Emma Silliman Miss Hazel Sutterland BenlSmith Elwood Stout Mrs F O Stone J H Jr Torkstal Tom Taylor Miss Mattie Trombal Miss Henrietta Tiler Fannie Taylor Bert Taylor A A Thomas Dan Warford Master Chas Willinston Ben Warne Mrs Mary When calling for the above letfers please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M aROW IN HIGH COLORED SOCIETY About 12 oclock on Tuesday a colored man by the name of Major Bond became involved in a difficulty with a colored woman by the name of Maggie Hardwick in the course of which Bond struck theiwoman in the face with a hatchet inflicting a dangerous wound which extended down to the eye The man was arrested by Officers Harrod and McDonald and placed in the workhouse The Hard wioK womans injuries were attended to by surgeons and it was found that sho was not as badly injured as feared at first The cause of the trouble could not be learned definitely- It was at first rumored that the woman was killed BUYS HANDSOME HOME Dr E C Roemele has purchas ased from Mr W W Darnell his handsome residence on Conway street The price paid was 4000 equal to cash This is one of the most modern and convenient houses erected in this city in the last few years t i I Dr Wenreri Treatment 8jnppnrifiM tbeblood Cwttc bctla ckla eruption a 1fl A DIEP MYSTERY SOLVED I Women Blinded by Science i tToe Doctor writes his prescription In t Latin and the patient her eyes to what she is swallowing Silo takes thattmuch on faith If it should euro her she I doesnt know what cured her If the i she doesnt know r what did theinjury The physician is fexperimenting with different tions all the time Sometimes his medtScine is successful in the case but often not This mystery of a concealed scription is intended to mystify prto blind the patient One of wideiexperience and national reputation does i not believe in mystifying the public nor does he grasp at the stars but believes I that Nature provides that which Is necos E sary for our health and happiness f derangedbeyondto sunshine good air cheerfulness and roper rest when the balance of health Is seriously disturbed this doctor believes that Nature has placed at your hand the balance of power for good Hidden In our American forests are many plants which correct and cure those distressing r ailments which cause women to suffer J with backache bearing down pains pain i In the back or front of the head nervousness and lassitude Most all women who rove Nature who like to wander through the woods have at one time or another I picked the beautiful blossom of the J Ladys Slipper Cyprlpedlum This Is nottonly a beautiful but a very useful plant root of this plant when treated 1 properly with glycerine to extract its virtues is valuable In all cases r of nervous excitability or irritability I Prof John M Scudder M D Anover authority Prof F Ellingwood says of this plantt Exerciseslspecial influence upon nervons depending disorders of the female organs Another plant which is Ire rtiHeloniasCAN DISPENSATORY says of this plant that it possesses a decidedly beneficial In an enfeebled condition of the general system with weakness or dull pain in or lumbosacrat small of the back region In dis eases of the womanly organs it is one of l our most valuable agents acting as u t uterine tonic and gradually removing abnormal conditions while at the same il time it imparts tone and vigor to the organs Hence much used in ca- tarrhal j pelvic drains Irregularities and painful periods Prof King further says of root A phasty removed by it is the irritability despondency that often attends andPto the ailments mentioned It has been found adapted to those cases in which pelvic fullness and the aching bearing down organs eet CUI 1 they would fat out of- the beau Dr Pierce chief consulting Iqtutebination of the active principles of these t two native plants together with Golden Seal root Black Cohosh and Blue Cohosh roots when extracted by the use of pure triplerefined glycerine of proper strength which Is used instead of alcohol will almost invariably curd those peculiar weaknesses and maladies incident tofnearlyfortyready i to use form a Prescription which he had found so useful in his j large practice is frank and open about his readyprepared medicine called Dr r Pierces Favorite Prescription ho tells ti saysItsingleness of purpose being for womens i peculiar weaknesses and maladies the only medicine put up for sale through 4dorsementtioners and writers as being the very best known remedies for the ailments for J which Favorite Prescription is advised All this will be the readers full satisfaction by perusing a booklet of extracts compiled by Dr Pierce from standard authorities of the several schools of practice and which will bo sent free l to s on request for samojmailed to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo It stands alone Dr Piercus Favorite Prescription Is the only medicine for woman s cullnr weakness and affections all the ingredients of which are printed upon the bottlewrapper plain I EwjlMi so that all take It may usingApopularity of the Favorite Prescription If for the special use of women Is to be found in the fact that it contains not a drop of alcohol Ho does not be love that an alcoholic compound is bend ficial for those affections peculiar to women because the aftereffect of spiritu ous wjnos or alcoholic medicines is harm ful for weak invalid nervous women 1 What Favorite Proscription has dono for others it will no doubt DO ron YOU If R aroodif1rttfEarly Risers The famow Uttle pill r w Dr Weaver Syrup wad Cerate 8acc Mfal tmtmrnt for blood Uld ikia dleeaeee Y r 1 T 1 S ATTENTION BUILDERS 1 NOW IS BARN BUILJDINC TIME JOne Paperr k r 1307309Ma St P C SONER C c 307309IainTSti PIl Tie1 RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn rector will conduct services ns follows 980nm Sundayschool r 11 a in Prayer and Sermon 730 p in Evening Prayer and Sermon The Prophet Xnhuni will be the Subject of evening sermon pmEverybody BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Thej Prophet Nahum Twill be the subject of the evening sermon at 945 In the bytheBaptist Young Peoples Union at700 p mchapelPrayer Wednesday evening at 1 chapelVisitors Invited Seats CHRISTIAN CHUROHRev C R Hudson pastor will preach ut 11 a m and 730p m The Prophet Nahum will be the subject of the evening sermon Sundayvschpol at 930 Bm in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets at 7 chapelPrayermeeting Wednesday evening at 7BO in the ohnpeL Uhe Jti IQr Society moots Tuesday afternoon at H oolock Everybody invited CHURCHRev Father ICATHOLIO rector 790 n m 10 a m l Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m OHURCHnewill preach at 11 n m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 080 a m ChristianEndeavorPrayer meetiug VYeCiesday evening at 780 p in Visitors cordially welcomed ti JOAs 11 a in and 730 p in s The Prophet Nabum n will be the Epworth at 045 p m Prayer meeting on Wednesday evenlnp at 745p m- Everybody invited to attend PRESBYTERIANCHURCHRev will preach at 11 a m and 730 m The Prophet Nahtim will be the r subject of the evening sermon Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 94C a m Prnyer Wednesday evening at 730 p tn- Everybodacited to attend SundayschoolEverybody invited- CIIOA1EVILLE CHRISTIANCHURCHRev T K Arnold will praach at the usual hour 7 PURE BUTTER Tho Roundabout calls tho atten tion of butter makers to the fol lowing ruling of the Pure Food Commission It is a fact that I this all powerful body has secret agents in all parts of the country and no ono knows when or where I they may strike Housewives must work out the buttermilk if they want to put their butter on tho market A national law re cently enacted classifies as adul terated all butter that contains 16 per cent car more of moisture Tim law will bo enforced by agents Rt i li 1 gOneral government sent out under the direction of tho J 4Nt titl t Dont Neglect Your Roof BUT BUY ONLY THE BEST We carry a Fun Line of V Crimp Steel Roofing and Two Ply Floroid Roofing sermonh agricultural department Re cently agents were out and took samples of creamery and country butter which is claimed within the law The foreign substance in the butter is a moisture known as buttermilk The agents state that the re is but little butter sold by farmers that has less than 18 per cent of this moisture in it Should the law be strictly enforced as proposed it will work a revolu tion of the butter trade r HOW TO CURE CHILBLAINS eTo enjoy freedom from chil blains writes John Kemp East Otisfield Me I apply Buckleus Arnica Salve Have also used it for salt rheum with excellent results Guaranteed to cure fever sores indolent ulcers piles burns wounds frost bites and skin dseases 25o at all druggists e- I t IMPORTANT TAX DECISION The Court of Appeals has decid ed that warehouse receipts covering whisky in bond aro not tax able at the warehouse wherein the goods are stored hut being intangible property are taxable at the situs of the owner of the receiptsThis will change the whole course of taxation which has prevailed for tha past few years rrLOOKS L KEIT MIGHT RAIN From the condition of tho clouds and other weather signals it looks lik it might rain shortly A FAMILY SAFEGUARD Dr Green arranges with the Niece of Dr =sshee to handle her famous Cnclea Throat and rung Cure QThe best family safeguard isa reliable household medicine that will cure coughs colds chilly sensations running eyes and nose sore throat and affections that will keep the childrea proof against all contagious diseases i qSuch a German Syrup which has a record of 35 years in the cure of consumption catarrh and all lung and bronchial troubles QThe fame of German Syrup as a eon sumptive cure since its purchase by Dr Green from the niece of the famous Dr Boschee has extended to all parts of the earth It has big Bales everywhere 10 qtvro ftizM 95C 750 r C For sale by J W Gayle t t x I I Three Ply Felt Rooting 1 Lime Cement Salt c c11 r i SWITZER Mr Harry Shaw and wife o Green Hill were the guests o Mr J H South and wife las SundayMiss Lilian Thompson an Mr Nile Morse Of Frankfort were the guests of Miss Gertrude Smythe last Sunday evening We are sorry to say Miss Lilie G Carter who has been on the sick list for quite awhile is no better Mrs D E Wheeler went to Frankfort last Thursday to have a tooth drawn which has been giving her a great deal of pain Switzer seems to have a grteat many stray dogs this week Guess they followed the farmers in with the tobacco They are a great annoyance to the people at night Head Switzer seem to J every busy in their warehouse thiss week Miss Rrith Smythe is visiting friends and wlafcives in Frankfort this week Mr W J Lynn who has been on the sick list We are glad to say is very much improved and is able to attend to business this weekThere will be services at the North Fork Baptist Church Sun day Jan 20 At 11 a m and 045 p m Mr Russell Jones won the class merit in the eighth grade spelling class last Friday afternoon Miss Nancy Lynn won the class merit in the sixth grade spelling class last Friday afternoon Master Suter Clark won the class merit in the fourth grade spelling class last Friday after noon Mrs Kate Sims of Woodlake was the guest of her sister Mrs D E Wheeler last week O ting to the continuous rains the Switzer people are in great need of some sidewalks FORGETMENOT STAMPING GROUND DistilleryNofor the season The new owners I will run the plant for five months a longer time than it has been operated for many years It will bo remembered that a Kansas City Mo company now own it DiedAt Lusbys Mill Owen county Mr John Hudson a brother of Messrs Jesse and Allen Hudson of this county Mr S P Willis of the internal revenue service is now stationed DistilleryItmarried a young lady of this placeMarshal John Richards of whoso injury by a cannon cracker wojmade mentioisometimo since is in a very serious condition from his injury Lockjaw has sot and small hopes the felt of hisI recovery I Messrs RSprake J H Til t- t r jiJrr 6 ford John Spicfe B Stone and John Palmer attended the Tobac Frankf otf quidt queryfromcreeks and small streams have become raging torrents DiedAt her home on the Elm yule pike Mrs Simeon Hancock aged 90 She was the widow of Mr Simeon Hancock who was killed by lightning while at work in his tobacco field t me years since Jhe was highly esteemed by all who knew her The funeral took place on Sun day and the burial was at Cedar Grove Cemetery UNO hi1 ENTERPRISE A new company has purchased and taken charge of the Capital Fomfldry and Machine Works They ore firstclass workmen and guarantee all the work they turn out There is now no reason why any of the factories distilleries sawmills the twine factory or our farmer friends should send away for any repairs or in fact for new workwithout consulting this con cern See their advertisement in another column EARTHQUAKE DISASTER An earthquake that almost paralled the San Francisco horror has just occurred at Kingston in the Island of Jamaica Over 1000 people were killed and over 10000 were injured Time city was made a waste heap and untold property was destroyed Truly how pitiftil and helpless is man when within the power of Him that holdetb the whirlwind in His ha- ndWeak Women To weak and olllns women there Is at least one way to help But with that way two treatments must bo combined One Is local one Is constitu tional but both are Important both essential Dr Shoops Night Cure Is tho Local Dr Shoops Restorative tho Constitutional Tho former Dr Shoops Night Cureis topical ucous membrane suppository remedy while Dr OOPS Restorative Is wholly an Internal treat tnt The Restorative reaches throughout tho tiro system seeking the repair of nil nerve tissue and all blood ailments The Night Cure ns Its name Implies does ate rk while you sleep It soothes sore and Inflam mucous surfaces heals local weaknesses and charges while tho Restorative eases nervous citcment gives renewed vigor and ambition lids up wasted tissues bringing about renewed etigth vigor and energy Take Dr Shoops stomtlve Tablets or LlauUl as u general tonic the system For positive local help use as well Shoopstight ALL DEALERS 1 OoWitts Little Early Risers The famous little pill BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINESIParis Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and at 9 and 11 p m Leave Paris every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and 10 p mGeorgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 630 a LeaveLeavem to 815 p m and at 10 p m Versailles Division bouttromm Leave Versailles very hour from 544 a m to 645p m and at 815 and 10 pm E T Phone 010 Home Phone 174 Manager2tf RAILROAD TIME TABLE I WEST BOUND Ko 19 L N Frankfort Accom modation departs 540 a m dally ex cept Sunday No 61 L N departs 755 a m Sunday only No 21 C O Via Shelbyvillo departs 920 a m dally No 17 L N departs 940 a m dally except sundartXo 15 L t daily except Sunday No 23 C Or Via Shelbyville departs 615 pm daily EAST BOUND r No IS L w N leaves 950 a m daily except Sunday rNo 22 C 0 leaves 10 IS a m dally No 16 L N leaves 420 p m daily except Sunday No 20 L N Frankfort Accom niDdatlve arrives 615 p m dally ex cept Sunday No 24 C 0 leaves 759 p m dailyNo 62 L N leaves S26 p m Sunday only C 0 trains arrive and depart from Seventh Street Station Louisville I L N trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive and depart from Tenth and Broadway Station LouisvilletStreet Station f F 0 Leaves for Paris 0 20 a m Returns 1325 a in Leaves for Paris 300 p in Returns 720 p in J W WATSON Ticket Agent RySchedulejest to change without notice Limited for Louisville Nashville Mem phis West aud Southwest 920 A 31 and 0U P M1ally Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia Son York Richmond Old Point and Norfolkt 1016 A JL aud 801 P 31 Dally I 31rr I 4 1 W d tt I t MCCLURESKGs Winter Clearance Sale Vr f BEGAN ON FRIDAY JAN 11TH r o k 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 g fort mercantile house The greatest stocks ever owned by a Frankfort r business house at this period of the year go into this sale We are making r 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 known goes in this sale at price reductions which are really wonderful t f i CLOTHING SUITS AT 14 x i2 Worth 35 830 and 825 i Choice of any mans or young mans fancy suit in the store for 14 You t save 21 on the highest priced suit in the lot and nearly as many in the lot are r worth 30 and 35 as are worth 25 less than half price This is the great Git clothing offer we have ever mad- eSUITS AT 850 Worth 820 818 and 15 Practically every mans fancy suit in the store not included in the lot at4 pOP1ular fjAt KNEE PANTS AT 50c I A lot of about 100 pair worth 75c and 100 All wool worsteds and cassimeres in good patterns and good wearing fabrics REDUCED UNDERWEAR 20 per cent reduction on all underwear selling regularly at 150 200 end 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 5 MENS SHOES 3501 A big lot here including patent colt vici kid gun metal leathers in lace l a 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 25 Absolute choice of our finest overcoats at 14 Blacks grays and fancy colors Some silk lined all tailored to the highest degree of perfection Rain coats and light weight coats included Less than half price on many of them t OVERCOATS AT 850 Worth 18Q16 and 815 v r Jt it C t it regulatiominch J J j KNEE PANTS SUITS AT 5 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 HALF PRICE TIES Choice of any 50c tie in the storeexcept solid blacks and whites at 25 cents SHOESHjr LAIRD SCHOBERS SHOES 375 All of Laird Schober shoes in welt soles selling regularly at 500 are included in this offer t WOMENS 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 QueenQuality Il Many odd lots in all departments not advertised will be displayed and sold at very low prices exchangeJ 1 J l IRK MPCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR STr FRANKFORT KY Tk dr l 1 f 1 t I