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THE PBASKFOBT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEHMS 100 In Advance tVOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JANUARY 26 1907 No 2r J 2ruil Annual Exhibition WILL BE HELD IN K- YJT FEB 1EVERYBODY SHOULD ATTEND See Editorial in this issue ppt Adults 25e under 14 years lOc Ticket 25e For the Roundabout ACROSS FENCESTHE NEW YEAR When I awoke on the morning of the new year it seemed just like any other day The same weary rounds of duty the same things to be gone over and over again until in the course of events the end comes and we stop in our part of the work with folded hands and a quiet heart Such is the life of a farmers wife She has no time to idle up before day getting breakfast for a lot of menwho having fed the stock and milked the cows sit down before the fire asking every few minutes how long it will be befo breakfast is ready while the poor distracted woman trying to overcome a perverse fire keeps back her tears and wishes she were in another climate and a warmer one It was a sad state of condition to be In on the anniversary of the new year and Mrs Blakemore grandmas neighbor appealed to my heart with expressed condolence I volunteer I ed to say so half believing that it might be worth something to her I love the country Mrs Blakemore It is just as hard work to live in i the city one has fewer pleasures there to my notion and less freedom Men as a general rule are careless In ii Different and selfish as Jo the duties devalvin8 upan w ea t iAV m r homeand consider her too fond of gadding if she makes more than one visit a week But this feeling is loneliness Without her presence the house is not natural and every thing goes at sixes and sevens if her hand is not there to stay the routine of work It is a real blessing of the wife runs off for a days visit and she Is more appreciated when she comes home againTry Itl Your chickens look well What alIIthoseyou get good prices for them t Yes she said 25 cents is a good price and I gather up about four dozen to sell every day My hens are mixers Full bloods dont do well unless paired off in double coops and fed on iron rust mixed with chopped corn and wet meal peppered slightly Then allowed to run on short grass or wheat fields theyll be healthy fowls and likely to be free from lice or diseased legs I like I the oldfashioned dunghill chicken They lay better eggs eat less and fry to perfection I I of the This dry foot disease that kills so many chickens is caused by dirty con ditions of yard coop or barnlot The creepers or limber neck needs a dose of quinine or onion heads mash ed in the food while the sprawlers in the young chicks results from damp ness musty quarters old feed given too abundantly and too often My method is to feed early in the morn ing and turn the chickens out scratch They will never allow to sit around the doors and hensI the porches and yard They lazy fowls and will not only try your patience but prove a burden as long as you live Buy hustlers and chick enraising will be a profit and a com fort to every farmers wife- I was interested in this line of in vestment and told her that just so soon as I bought my farm I would come over and try her method of raising chickens She embraces an other line of culture in which women can become selfsupporting Independ ent and happy and it were a much better investment If girls s ho arc seeking employment In cities would be satisfied to enter some other line of business and live where consistent beautiful environment would cause rare growth of intellectual habit physical embodiment of grace and a pure love of fatherland commensurate with the Am r1e-iete S Q 1 I lift vfiF eyed to4heavdtagain A little rift In the western sky Has brought me hope henceforth IllI try To honor God in word and deed And plant a lot of happy seedN COX APPOINTED AS MASTER COMMISSIONER On Wednesday last the resignation InsterICourt was accepted by Judge Stout and as indicated in our paper some weeks since Mr Walter Jeffers was appointed to the position Mr Posey has made one of the best and most efficient if not the very best Com missioner that ever filled that position Mr Jeffers is a clever and upright I young man and we wish him success I in his new position He has served as deputy sheriff under hIs father Mr A G JeffersIDr Syrup for the blood 5 Cerate for skin eropUoUlI I r SOMETHING NEW Plaster Board itlIolds plaster better than laths Makes a warmer house Anybody can put it on See it on our new office We sell laths also and all kinds of Lumber Sashs and Doors 5 HAMMOND COI I Jt State Fanciers and Breeders Asso of Kv FRANKFORT 2E1 29 SO 31Admission Children Season From the New York Sun CORN BREAD By R L Sale Thar aint much lef fer us ole folks Thats left here in the South A livins mighty hard to get Its sorter hand to mouth therIAn thats the very bes Wius corn bread Oh yes Ive been up Northmyself An had it brought ter line Ez Johhny Cake but land qof love Somehow it didnt geel With my insIdesthat yeller stuff Made out o fins groun meal Why it cant hoi a candle to rue genuine an real Ole core read I recon it aint all thar f faiflt never startedNrigk PuriForThe kin we eat Ie jwjjp Besides corn meal atft groun like flourWith rollers run bjj d Youve got to have J mill Turned by a lazy J w t 4Fer l L An jes to think of all the ways ilts cooked an all so fine Thars batter cakes an egg bread too But jes give me for mine The oldes fashioned plaines kind The kind for which I hone Thars nothing better on this earth Than ole smokIn pone Of corn bread An when a man sets down to that Thar aint much else he needs He bids farewell to every care When on this truck he feeds I aint got long to Jinger here My time is drawin nigh But while Im here I only want A bountiful supplyOf bread THE POULTRY SHOW Every farmer and his family in this county should make it a point to attend the exhibi tion of fancy poultry to be given by the State Fanciers Breeders Associa tion of Kentucky at Frankfort next week Jan 28 29 30 31 and Feb 1 The time will be near when it will be necessary to loop around and find out the best way to improve your flock for the coming breeding season This exhibition is your opportunity and should not be overlooked The gentlemen composing this organiza tion have gone to a yreat deal of trouble and expense to bring here to your door all of the best standard varieties to cultivate you in the breeding of better poultry and more of it Come bring your neighbors with you and you will never regret- It It is a fact that poultry products in the United States bring a larger sum of money every year than any other crop raised and there is no way by which the supply can be made greater than the demand This ought to give you an idea of the Importance of the poultry indus try genuineLaxativethe remedy tout cures a cold In one day MOVING RAPIDLY A Great Unloading of Winter Goods Has been the result of one weeks selling during our Mammoth Clearance Sale Those who have attended have profited by the Great Values offered at such very little price Come Today and see what is m store for you 41t Jjtp sAJdiWtlFirsJ2pr e 350 Furs 175 H 00 Furs 200 5 Furs 250 10 Furs 5 All Ladies Suits at Half Price All Childrens Coats at Half Price X11 Walking Skirts Greatly Reduced One Lot Skirts at Half Price S45O Wool Blankets S375 350 Wool Blankets 82HO 100 Cotton Blankets 89c 75c Cotton Blankets 69c All Woolen Dress Goods Greatly Reduced CeKAIN o9y1NO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE A ss CARD OF THANKS I I I wish to extend my sincere apPle ciatIon to all my friends who have stood by me and shown their sympaj thy in the unfortunate and regret i able incident in which I was a parti cipant lately I also desire to thank the members of the coroners and grand juries for their exoneration ofI me from any motive in the natureIselfWILLIAM HAYDEN Piles get quick relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Remember its made alone for Piles and it works with certainty and satisfaction Itching painful drotrucling or blind piles heap pear like magic by its use Try it and see All dealers FARMERS INSTITUTE TO BE HELD AT SHELBYVILLE The State Board of Agriculture has selected Shelbyville as the place for the holding of the next annual Fann ers Institute The date fixed is Feb railroadsand To have beautiful perfect pink velvetlike lips apply at bedtime ShoopsGreening notice carefully the effect Dry cracked or colorless lips wollia creamy healing ointment that will quickly car- root any skin blemish or ailment Get a free trial box at our store glassjnrs rcOL u yr oIf IJ1f J H VF 7 JIQ4Wvr YTIgMFRvar3 I iIr l t eSI3 1iiII YI 1 t BIG BAl RGAINLEONLY ONE WEEK MOPEOF OUR BIG SAlE lOne lot Tailored Suits worth S15 to sao to close out at All our Ladies and Childrens I Cloaks at lot Corsets worth 50c 75c lOneand SlOO reduced to IBig lot Remnants at HALF PRICE See our Counters all of Good Things Come Early PERSONAL i Miss Irma Labrot is visiting friends in New York city Mrs Hugh Branch is visiting rela tires at Shelbyville- Mr L Brent Greene visited friends in Danville this week Mrs Dell Gaines Tanner is visiting friends in Winchester Mrs Joseph B Wood visited friends in Louisville this week Col S R Smith visited friends near Peaks Mill on Thursday Mr James B West left Tuesday for Irvine on a business trip Mr H K Ward of Versailles was in the city on Tuesday last Prof C J Norwod of Lexington was in the city on Saturday Miss Nan Hammond visited rela I Lives at Smithfield this week r rr fMr Joe LeComptTof Lexingto i rWaS re on su 4 x Col Ed E Abbett and wife visited in Lawrenceburg on Tuesday Mrs W G Chapman has returned from a visit to Lexington Mrs Saml M Todd is visiting relatives at her old home at BeardsI Col E H Taylor Jr ness trip to Chicago 111 this weeltI Mr William Cromwell ness trip to Cincinnati on Saturday Miss Anna Abbett left Sunday morn ing for Norfolk Va to visit friends Rev Dr M B Adams made a busi ness trip to Louisville on Thursday Mr Grant L Roberts visited his parents in Canton Ohio this week Mr J M Alverson Representative from Lincoln county was here Sat urdayMr Finley F Fog of West Liber here this weeltIRev Dr W 0 Carver of Louisville was the guest of Rev M B Adamson SaturdayMrs M Brown and Miss Alice Graves left for New York city on Sat urday night Mrs R M Trumbo is the guest of her daughter Mrs Millard F Wood 0In Lexington Mrs Frank Barret who has been the guest of relatives in Louisville has returned home Mrs Grant L Roberts and daughter Miss Carey visited friends in Lexing ton this week Mrs Ambrose Wilson and daughter of Midway are guests of Esq W W Darnell and wife Mrs W M Saffell has returned from a visit to her sister Miss Lucy Bush in Louisville Miss Lettie Crowe and Miss Mary Swigert Hendrick visited friends in Lexington this week Mrs W R Scott and son Hugh of Paris attended the LutkemelerHazel rigg wedding on Tuesday j I 7 r1 t r 798 j 2 Price29c Full JMr Thos H Huide of Chicago Ill who has been the guest of Col R A Baker has returned home Miss Nina Hazelrlgg entertained on Thursday evening in honor of Miss Patton guest of Miss Eales Miss Mollie Bond of Lawrenceburg was the guest of Mrs J S Collins Washington street this week Rev Edward McKensie of Louis ville who was the guest of Rev T F Taliaferro has returned home I Mrs Reid of Owingsville who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs C C Hazelrigg has returned home Dr Len H Hughes and wife who have been visiting his parents at Wood lake have gone to New York City Mr WOJ Davis wife and children of Loogootee Ind are guests of his parents Col J F Davis and wife Capt William M Lyons and wife were called to Lebanon on Tuesday to attend tie funeral of Mrs Lyons niece Miss Sadie Brown of Bloomflcld Wh I spe of iler brother Hon Eli HBrown has gone homeMr John J McGurk and wife who were called to Lexington by the death of her brother have returned homeMiss Mag Innes left Monday for Lexington thence to Logansport Ind to visit her brother Mr James W InnesIMrs YoE Bradley has returned from a trip to Osslning N Y where her son William E Jr is attending schoolAdmiral j C C Todd and wife of Fayette county spent Saturday here the guests of her sister Mrs S E JamesCapt M H Inslto of Carlisle was stamp deputy in this city this week during the absence of Mr Grant L RobertsMrs 0 W Thomas of Louisville who has been the guest of his sister j Mrs Belle Sanders Allen has returned homeMrs i A Bailey of Bagdad was the guest of her sisters Mrs Sallee Thomas and Miss Ruth Robinson on SaturdayMiss Sidney Crutcher entertained cvenlIngWest SideIMiss Gertrude Lcdridge who hasIbeen the guest of her sister Mrs R Hainlaine at Mt Sterling has returned home Mr J G Montgomery of Chattanooga Tenn who has hen the guest of his sister Mrs N B Hays has returned home Muss Frank Innes who was called her by the death of her mother Mrs S E Innes left Tuesday for her home in New York city Dr H B Innes of Render Ky who was called here by the death of his mother Mrs H B Innes Sr j has returned home Miss Margaret A Lewis entertain ed the Loftin Cluu at the residence of her cousin Mrs E E Abbett yesterday afternoon I Our Special Bargain List Bargain Mr James W Innes of Logansport Ind who was called here by the death of his mother Mrs Susan E Innes returned home Saturday Mr Henry B Weitzel son of the late Mr Jerome Weitzel and wife has accepted a position with the Jones Speedometer Co in New York City Rev William Crowe who has been conducting a protracted meeting in the Presbyterian church at Somerset will conduct the services at his own church tomorrow Miss Margaret Innes who was called here by the death of her mother LaiganspoMr James W Innes I Mr Alex H Innes of New York city who was called her by the death of his mother Mrs Sarah E Innes returned home Saturday night Mr Frank Burdin son of Rev John H Burdin who has been sening in the regular army was mustered out at Pensacola Fla and reached home Sunday at the Forks of Elkhorn Miss Hannah InneS of Lorreon Mex ico arrived here Monday night to at tend the funeral of her mother Mrs S E Innes but being delayed on the way arrived after her mother was laid to rest Miss Spicie Belle South Mr N Lindsay South and wife and Mrs R M Coblin will give a musical recital at the residence of Dr Coblin on North Shelby street on Friday even ing February 1 IRe W C Taylor D D of Peters Va was a visitor here on Saturday the guest of Col James A Scott and made us a pleasant call Dr Taylor retains his youthful ap pearance and bonhommie FOOT PAD GETS GAY foot pad attempted to hold up IA Policeman Salyers on Thurs night near the new residence of Mr Frank Chinn on Wapping street fThe ofllcer broke his billy over the road agent when the gay chap skidddooed THE RIGHT NAME Mr August Sharpe the popular overst6r of the poorat Fort KiugBIthey net more more good and make one feel better than nn other laxative Gnl1- lIlntccd to cure biliousness and 25c at all druggist I DAINTY y CALENDAR M A Selbert has sent to the friends of that reliable Jewelry concern a dainty and attractive calendar It is a representation of a handsome young lady decorated with asters and is styled the Asterre return our thanks for a copy of this calendar rLATEST OTYLFS IN WALLPAPER I have a full line of nil time In taRt styles in wall paper Call and examine stock 0 M BRIDGEPORT Main Street Opposite Engine House 23tf t I One lot Ladies and Misses Underwear worth 25c J55c 50c and 75c Sale Trice One lot slightly soiled Childrens Underwear per garment 15c I IGreat Reduction on Goods VoolDressI crSARIJE1E3 WIEEU OUR GREAT ANNUAL LINEN SALE I I CONTINUED TO JANUARY 31St- fWhite1 ies Laces c 4 DciifMisSTl1emm 1 F T HEENEY I AM READY TO MAKE THE B- ESTPHOTOS if t And all Styles of Portraits and Groups at i titStble Photographer t H G MATTERN 1 I H f I I r f II FREE From Isaac Shelby to J C W Beckham KENTUCKYS ALL OGOVERNORSj The First Time Been PublishedFREE 5c I irThe Evening Post has for several years endeavored to secure of all Kentucky Governors and has at last succeeded in securing them through the assistance of the Ken tucky State Historical Society In order to place these pictures In a permanent form they have been arranged in a group in an uptodate Atlas showing Kentucky with the latest census pictures of all the presidents the United States Rulers and Wags of all nations steamship routes of the RussoJapan War also late maps of the United States Pan ama Canal Eastern and reports of the last three national and much other historical information b This and valuable Alias FREE to ALL EVENINO POST 4 If not now a subscriber send 300 for a full years subscription by mail or 200 months subscription Understand that these rates are by only and that censusjscription 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 j WlmarketIndependent always 1 For the Home t SIB BttttUtg Ifn LOUISVILLE KY t s Special Price on Chart and Evening Post with this Paper t f f P i F 4 Ci7 Ji rf r I I =4 I M 44NLT Juitrl1t-U mtt 41rr nrY1 1Iry rtJw I ass I v 31J r 7 fc ti w ft r I p I ll0APPrjyl iIJtfr u J + f f J I h 1 O r n J I t cil hn r cl i1lfjfti tf fliii t i YJ1 1I 11 Yti si i v- rvnf I JACK TARS SUPERSTITIONS I Influenced in His Undertakings by Sea Signs and Omens Although the advance otsteam has changed thousands of sailors into firemen and deckhands yet the sail 4ing tonage of the world Is still great there are still sailors of the old bluewater type afloat toIdown in Connecticut they built a ship to combat this superstition Her keel was laid on Friday she was launched on Friday was named the FrIday and sailed on her first voyage on Friday Unfortunately for the suc cess of the experiment the first voyage i of the Friday was her last After r she had passed out by Montduk sheI was never heard of any more The ocean and hoodoo blotted her out for ever It is a mighty unluckly thing to i paint a vessel blue Now and then i one sees a coasting schooner which I defies the hoodoo but rarely If you isiwill in all probability be a long spell of wet weather At sea the blue 1 painted schooner brings storms and other misfortunes as In port she brings rain t There Is the schooner Donna T Briggs of Stonlngton which went I successsfully on many a filllbusterlng expedition to Cuba until her owners painted her blue She was captured 4 on the very next trip by a United States gunboat She is still painted blue and goes up and down the coast but at every port she puts Into thou t people says Look out for rain tbe Donna T Briggs Is In port And then it rains Real sailors If such there be on a transatlantic liner are so accostomed to having clergymen as passengers they do not mind it but a deepsea sailor on a blue water windjammer would be mlghtly uneasy if a sky pilot went along as a passenger If the ship reached port without severe storm and disaster he would ascribe the fact to the efficacy of some approved talisman which he carried about him Likewise a dead body on board Is the terror of your real sailor and he never feels safe until the corps Is put ashore Even on a transatlantic liner when a dead body is shipped over the fact Is kept as quiet as possible for the sake of the feelings of the crew Most animals on board ship bring luck Ships mascots are scattered over the seas in the shape of live stock of various sorts from Greenland to Cape Horn But a black cat a WUI 1 f iJAv lt iU Jl Vn UlPHrv 0 A Joyous Week of Wholesouled Bargain Giving A Happy Time for Dress Goods Wanters SmileProvoking Prices on Cloaks and Suits Lots of Fun Among the White Goods The Underwear Values are Objects of Ridicule Happiness for Housekeepers from the Rug De partment r J r cgr f is an exception A black cat Is a I hoodoo of the worst sort Some i times a bold and veturesome ships officer or an abandoned sailor who likes to tempt fdte will bring a black cat on board and then there Is troubleOnce In war time Captain Stuart of the British navy was cruising off the Italian coast looking for prizes Not a sail did he sight for days The I men knew what was the matter I There was a black cat on board Nat urally they mutinied and demanded that the beast be removed I Stuart1overboard j But the sailors protested that to throw the black cat overboard would be worse than having It on board for if a ship is unfortunate with a black cat as a passenger it goes to sudden destruction if beast is killed j IWell what shall be done with the toLobligeThe spokesmen for the mutineers replied that the ship must be run close to the shore a boat lowered away and the sable feline of malevolent Influence left onrthe beach This was done and that same night they tools the richest prize ever captured In the Mediterranean FOR SALEIA walnut bedstead 100 years old Will sellnt reasonable price Apply at this office or at 100 Fourth Ave South SideI19lin 1000 DAMAGES Miss Benoa Kendrick won her suit against the city of Frankfort Thursday for damages occasioned by falling over obstructions on Campbell street The jury awarded her 1000 STHE DISGUSTING THAW TRIAL ON The prurient taste of big crowds at the Metropolis of America are now licking their lips over the nastyness which Is to come out intb trial of Thaw for killing White BIG WHISKY FIRE The Old 76 Distillery Cos warehouses located at Newport Ky were destroyed by fire on Thursday night The warehouses were three In number containing over 1000 barrels of whisky The loss is put at 300000 MADE SUBJECT TO STATE LAWS There Is a bill before Congress and which will pass making shipments of intoxicating liquors subject to the laws of any State wherein theI may be shipped Under the present law liquors can be shipped from other States Into local option districts WILLIAM 1ROOSEVEL Roosevelt is no braver than many another man who has fallen In the hasIeducation than any man has brought to the White House since Jeffersons day unstained by vice of any kind a clean mind and a boyish heart slm pIe confiding just have combined to eel Theodore Roosevelts faith in uod and his belief in the common honesty of the common man unseared Thus writes William Allen White In his Roosevelt A Force for Righteousness in the February McClures Successful contemporary portraiture is so rare an achievement that an ar meritsIs sureness ness of intuition that have distinguished his earlier work some of his passages Indeed seem inspired so bril liantly do they hit It off What for instance could be better than this A middleaged middlesized figure struggling against pUdginess simple boyish direct impulsive for the right and intolerant of wrong human to the core with his blind side for his friends and his sleepless eyes for his enemiesa group of gentlemen for whom he never has to blush happy mixture of the cheerful idiot the seer of visions and the captain and crew of the Nancy Brlgga man who does the undisputed thing in such a buoyant wayj Mr Whites analysis of Roosevelts career and the tremendous effect of his precepts and his consistent example Is handled In this writers most brilliant and able manner SPLENDID OFFER splen1cld Louisville Herald Roundabout AND I For one year for only 200In advance only This gives you a dally paper Sunday excepted for a nominal price and your own local paper giving all the home news and the news of the political campaign now on Send in names and cash I =Ir HOLD TAYLOR THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEYIt tJE H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors J Frankfort Kentucky j j 4 LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMARY OF TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE NOV Ib 1006IEASTBOUND WESTBOUND =Dally AMI Leave Ex sumlI M No 1 MU I EDaSandDam LeaveIiI A yI- Ar PM 111I6O813 310 20 Winchester 20 6 a2 8 1L E Junction GII 5 O 400 IOClay City 40 ils4y5 451U8311101r7O 641 1013 515 Athol 253 11 5 tJ1O O fc K Junction 225 1lZO d11S ItTactson It I 640I 220 1 L E Junction ORvTrains N w 13 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Con CamptonBeatbyville the LARy for- eO K JUllct10nTrains O 3 and t connect wlththe K Ry for local on the O Fig Ry w A SCOTTGeneral A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY Mls NO St I DailyEx =lA Lye Stations I No 23 I DailyEx Ip M Lye StationsNo 1M r 81 I I rat J S980 I 285 Jackson 880 1120 Oqf230 O K Junction 885 1126 10 843 158 Wilhurst 417 1152 10 13 830 I 152 Hampton 430 H 58 19 750 128 Lee City 510 PS 19 21Z1torpolntSHOUSE ELECTED SECRETARY BLUEGRASS FAIR Mr Jouett Shouse of the Farmer Breeder was elected Secretary of the Bluegrass Fair Association at Lexing tlon on Thursday Mr Shouse will make a topnotcher rDr Weavers Syrup Pcrifles the blood t Cerate ointment for the akin WANTED10 men in each State to travel distribute samples signsIper day for expenses SAUXDERS CO Department P Jackson Boulevard Chicago Ills 178m Street Car Schedule Cars leave Capital Hotel FOR SOUTH FRANKFORTu 620 a m and every 20 minutes un til 1020 p m LINEI un til 1015 p m- FOR LEESTOWN I 035 a m and every 40 minutes un til 1030 p m F V Traction Co J D SALLEE Supt KILLTHIE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew IIFon cONSUMPTIONOUGHS OLDS IPrice Surest and Quickest Cure for ell THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Ito Ex Sand Ex Sand I i Ar M1 Id j IIi JL pMAr I iici kf I i Woven Wire fences D C LAYARD Agent for KENTUCKY for Lamb Woven Wire Fence Peerless Woven Wire JrPoultry12 W Maumee Adrian Mich Can save you mone on your WIRE FENCING No 213- niFrkfaiI Ginoinnati tiff RouteiLocal Time Table iIn Effect Juue 5th 1905 No821DAILY EXCEPT DAY jC AMPXo81 XotS i 2 00 tJ 20 Lv D Frankfort Ar 11 J5 722 06 62 3 Summit 11 IT 712 OdI2 23 0 32 Stamping Ground 10 53 6 48 236655 Duvall 10 46 641 2 4j 7 Oo Johnson 10 16M2 47 7 12 f Georgetown 10 35 6 29 25S3 OT T 33 Centerville 8 46 5 69 3111 T 37 Elizabeth 8 43 5 53 45tQXConnects Central at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with LX BETWEEN FRANKFORT CI NCINNAT VIA GEOKOETOWN P MIA MA A MjPM 2iIJ 2u Lr Frankfort Ar 11257208 J5 7 47 Lv Georgetown Ari 10 6 25 6 10 10 15 Ar Lv 8 sot 4 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS A JL P M P M 6 20 3 00 Lv Frankfort Ar 7 20 715 251 LvGeoretown Ar 625 7 55 3 40 Lv Paris Ar 5 83 10 30 610 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 55 KENTUCK1 CENTRAL R R POINTS 2 OOP B20AIL rnnktortAll 23A 20P 2 47P 7 Georgetown 9 04A 826P 3 5P 7 SOMA Paris LI 8 80A 542P 0 llPl1 Winchester Lj 7 09A 245P 8 15P a 50A AMaysville Lt 5 45A 1 15P 4 OOP 8 3JA A Cynthiana L 502P 6 30P 12 54P A Richmond L 7 20A 1 65P 7 OOP10 80A A Cincinnati LI a 55PfGEO B HARPER C W HAY Pre andGtnl Suut G A ii J Sf s iiy I lJ if TfteFranMortflounflaDoiit =Entered nt the nostotHoo at Frankfort Ken tucks secondclass mtiihiblu mitt tor GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JAN 26 1907 TO OUR SUBSORBIERS In a short tithe we will hegin Bonding 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 thorn There are a number of our pa trons who owe us two or more years subscription and while these may be small sutras to them the aggregate to us amounts to quite respectable fiugres We do not wish to discontinue airy subscription but those who owe and will not pay after a rea sonable time will have to be cut oil OLDEST INHABITANT PASSES AWAY On Saturday night last Mrs Eliza beth Vallandlngham relict of the late Dr S V Vallandingham passed away aged 92 years Mrs Vallandingham was the oldest native inhabitant of this city Her maiden name was Graham She was born and raised in this city In early girlhood she was married to Dr Vallandingham who was a resident of Owen county Shortly after their marriage they removed to this city iand spent the rest of a long and use fulUfeherc Her husband died about m eighteen years ago Her only son Mr George R Vallandingham was fftaleen from her some twenty years ago For several years she has made her home with her niece Mrs Joseph H Cox Mrs Vallandingham was a woman of more than ordinary intelligence and kept in touch with all matters of general interest up to the very last retaining her mental vigor to a surprising extent She was a very handsome and commanding looking lady She was a devout member of the Christian church for ninny years and was always interested in the advance meat of the cause of her Master The funeral services were conducted from the residence of Mr Joseph H Cox on Monday afternoon by ReIC R Hudson her pastor assisted by Rev Dr M B Adams and the remains famJI11JotWilliam H and Charles R Graham und si host of warmly attached rela tires and friends to mourn the loss of a gentle kindly and sympathetic lady of the old school THE HIGH WATER AS COMPARED WITH PREVIOUS EVENTS A good many people are talking about the high water in the river and continually referring to the rise of 1SSJ as though that was the biggest thing ever The real facts are that Frankfort experienced the highest water In her history on Monday morning Feb 11th 1SS3 For two weeks before that time rain fell almost continuously and there was no slight shower but i simply poured On Sunday morning Feb 10 1SS3 the water had reached to a point tha had put the gas works out of ness and the inhabitants of the cit living north of the capital ground- were moving out All day wagons boats and all other means of transportation were being used to carr these people to higher points Many of them were lodged In the court house the Odd Fellows Temple and other places On Monday morning shortly after four oclock the mountain rise reached here and many houses tha had never before been reached by high water were submerged We were then living in the hous of Mrs Sarah LeCompte on Wes- Broadway street and have every reason to know about the matter The night before in order to b ei prepared for the worst we had taken our furniture down carpets up on the lower floor and had carried them to the rooms up stairs At fou oclock Monday morning we went to mattersIwith the floor but not yet In oa house When we arose at oclock there was about twelve Inches of water i the lower rooms which gradually increased from the back water until reached a depth of two feet About 10 oclock a relative secure a boat and we brought our family ott of our home from the back stairway The water covered all that part of the city north of Broadway street and up Wilkinson street to the residence then known as the Starling property It was so deep in Craw that only the chimneys of one story houses showed above the water and In many two story houses It was u pt the second floor Many tobacco barns and dwelling houses were lodged against the old St Clair street wooden bridge and It was predicted that It would go out but It did not budge notwithstanding ItIeeIagainst the bridge was such that the reports sounded like thunderThe railroad bridge and the Benso- bridge were weighted down the first with cars loaded with rock and the last with heavy stone hurriedly haul ed on to it The track ofLhe L N from West Frankfort to Benson dep t was under water from two to four feet deep and trains from Louisville could not reach the city Many Incidents amusing and otherwise occurred highfIMr Samuel Shea made the circuit of Fort Hill in a boat going down from St Clair street In the rear of the State Capital to Taylorton up Noels bottom to the residence of Judge L Grippe or Influenza whichever you like to call it is one of the most weakening diseases known Scott Emulsion which is Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily di gested form is the greatest strengthbuilder known to medical science It is so easily digested that it sinks into the system making new blood and new fat andstrengthening nerves andmuscles Use Scoffs Emulsion after Influenza Invaluable for Coughs and Colds ALL DRUOOISTS 6Oc AND 100 Hord at the foot of Cove Mill and and thence down the bottom past tho Penitentiary on Holmes street to the starting point The water In tho prison yard was tour feet deep There was great suffering among the poor for a short time which however was relieved as far as could be by the city authorities and other warmhearted and liberal citi the South Side nearly half of the pity was submerged the Hert weretof Nlcol and the first floor of the city ThotJrsnce was a tree school yard to which a plank was reachedypainted on It The high water of 1SS4 did not theIwas done foottor so bank at the foot of Mero and Clinton streets differtwas overflow ed beside that indicated above DAY OF GEN R E LEE 1All through the southland Saturday anniversaryrof the birthday of Gen Robt E Lee the Christian soldier leader was suitably observed by gatherings of tho ConfederacyrVeterans of the Confederacy and Sons of Veterans as well as other admirers mannFrankfort was no exception and a attthe Parish House of Ascension ChurchdThe hymns Gen Lee loved so well were sung by the choir the invocation was made by Rev A B Chinn Mr T Hlter Crockett read Gen Lees farewell address to his army at Ap pomatox Hon Lewis McQuown delivered an eloquent and appropriate addressIt befitting that the life of this inospiration for thee young a If you are 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 nice to eat nice painIis pleasingly desirable Handy for the vest pocket or purse Lax ets come to you in beautiful lithographed metal boxes at 5 allndealers GRAND JURY ADJOURNS 1The grand jury made their final report to Judge Stout on Saturday last and finally adjourned They returned only 13 Indictments most of them for minor offenses Privately however it is whispered that all the intoxicants wanted can be obtained any Sunday OBSERVANCE OF 100TH BIRTH aWlttj Early Risers The famous little pills TREMENDOUS RAIN AND HIGH WIND IAfter a day of alternate sunshine about 7 oclock p m Saturday a high wind set in which was quickly followed by ono of the heaviest rains iof the season The water came down In sheets and was dashed against everything and everybody exposed with wonderful fury Umbrellas did not count worth a cent and pedestrians were soon drenched and forced to take refuge In any kind of shelter obtainable Luckily this did not last more than two hours the high wind soon drove camelfurious wind The wind lulled occa sionally during the day and night fol lowing and the thermometer dropping to 20 degrees by Monday morning The change was hailed with delight by every one as the muggy and warm weather produced great lassitude and a tendency to pneumonia The suns rays could not fall to make things more cheery and hope fulIr Pleasant to take Trde Ulrk Laxative 1- SyrUpl i f NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring 4 about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Y our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thantany other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE J t Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades 1 Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches ij rThresherTarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etct CapitolFoundry Machine Go HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in and Repairers of Machinery and Machine Supplies of All KindsIBoth New and Secondhand WE HAVE FOR SALE Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boiler Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrs 200 Bushels CapacityIBOTH PHONES i If ThirtyDays Was My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me heartIOne person in every four has a weak Unless promptly treated a weak heart will easily become a diseased heart A little extra strain from cause is sufficient to bringon this deadly malady the most common cause of sudden death Dr Miles Heart Cure will tone the hearts action enrich the blood and improve the circulation trouble began with catarrh and I have- always it caused the trouble I have experienced with my heart I had the usual symptoms of sleeplessness lost appetite con stipation heart shortness and pain around the heart and un der left arm My mother suffered in the same way and I suppose mine was an inherited tendency At one time I was in tony I suffered so severely and became so weak that my doctors said I could not live I days At this time I had not slept over twoIhours a night on account of Ilervou The least exercise such as walking would bring on palpitation and fluttering o the heart so severe that I have to give everything and rest Nerve and Liver Pills cured me of constipation and heart symptoms disappeared under the influence Cure I am in better health than I have been in twelve and I thank Dr Miles Remedies I think they are the grandest remedies on earth am constantly recommending them to friendsMRs L3 CANTREL- LWaxahachiet Tex- All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tIe Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book t on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addrei j Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind SHALL NEWSPAPER MEN HAVE PASSES Recently this department took the initiative In a campaign having for 1its purpose the securing of an amend to the new Interstate Commerce Law of a favorable ruling by the Interstate Commerce Commission so r that railroads might be permitted top pay for advertising with transporta tion and the subject matter of this letter is an appeal to all newspapers and newspaper men to use their per sonal influence and the influence of their papers with their Congressmen and Senators to bring about the i change so much desired by those t interested f Since the adverse ruling of the theIbeen that the ruling was unjust and that it Infringed upon the right of contract Since this department has taken up the matter I have received letters from almost every Press ands Publishers Association in the United States and without exception I find that newspaper men desire a restora tion of the old arrangement and this desire is based upon the best possi ble reasons Expositions are dependent for their success upon the generosity and ser vices of newspapers for exploitation It is the newspaper that tells the people what expositions are to beC and through the medium of their news columns people are induced to visit them If the people visit the exposi tions they must be brought by the railroads The newspaper man has space to sell the railroad has trans portatlon the railroad wants advertis ing If the railroad is willing to trade its transportation for newspaper willingSspace Jt would seem only Just that they be permitted to write their contract without the interference of a law which appears to wellinformed men to bo an infringement of the right of contract which is one of the fundamental principles of liberty and law This department is not taking the attitude of sitting as a High Court upon this question but simply stating the case as It appears to mo after careful consideration This law also threatens the life of every Press and Publishers Association for obvious reasons and viewed from any possl blo side it seems to be detrimental w to the Press directly and Indirectly to the country in general The Legal Department of the Mo l non Railroad has made a test case in Chicago Ill and the Supreme Court of the United States Is to be asked to pass upon the question whether a railroad company can Issue transportation in exchange for advertising In newspapers Tjhe Monon takes the view of the case as held by the news papers and the companys attorneys urge that the ruling of the Interstate Commerce Commission denies the freedom of contract to a particular class The rule as universally stated and upheld by the courts Is what I the parties agreed shall constitute the payment the law will adjudge to be partiesItoand In what payment may be made It Is by no means trite that payment can be only made In money on tho contrary It may be made in property or In services The Inhibition they added against charging a greater or less or different compensation relates alone to a difference In the established rate anti not to the manner of making pay went Now In view of all this this De partment feels that It Is justified in calling upon all newspapers and news editorMinlly anIlawIis hoped that handed down by the Supreme Court of the United States in order that the matter be definitely disposed of whether or heIour we are benefit the JAMESTOWN EXPOSI TION or can be brought about at all I do not know but If by our efforts we are able to benefit the Press peo pIe of the United States we shall fool that we have accomplished some goodYours for the good of newspapermen A L SUTTON Chief of Exposition STAMPING GROUND Miss Hattie Mothershead of Fay ette county Is the guest of her sister Mrs T J Bruner Mr A J Oldham Is noting as town marshal during the illness of Marshal Richards Mr Simon Well the big cattle dealer of Lexington has 115 cattle In the sheds of the Buffalo Springs Distillery He has purchased the slop from the distillers At last the rains which have pre vailed ever since the new year set in have ceased and the cold wave has been cutting up jack Our pikes are in bad condition on account of the washing rains Marshal Richards who Is suffer ing with lockjaw caused by the ex plosion of a cannon cracker in his hand is somewhat improved though still in a serious condition Mr W H Gatewood has been ap pointed as the Committee from this place to raise a part of the funds for the Jamestown Exposition It is hoped that there will be a full sub scription from Stamping Ground With the exception of washing out a few fences and some hill land but little other damajw was done by tho heavy rains and high winds of late Diphtheria has about disappeared from our town much to tho relief parents of young children UNO The Farmers Wife Is very careful about her churn She scalds it thoroughly after using and gives It a sun bath to sweeten it She knows that if her churn is sour It will taint the butter that Is made in it The stomach Is a churn In the stomach and digestive and nutritive tracts are performed pro cesses which are almost exactly like the churning of butter Is It not apparent then that if this stomachchurn is foul It makes foul all which is put Into It Tho evil of a foul stomach Is not alone the bad taste in the mouth and the foul breath caused by It but the corruption of the pure current of blood and tho dissem bodyDrmakes the sour and foul stomach sweet It does for the stomach what tho washing and sun bath do for tho churn absolutely removes every tainting or corrupting element In this way It cures blotches pimples eruptions scrofulous swellings sores or open eating ulcers and all humors or diseases arising from bad blood If you have bitter nasty foul tasto In your mouth coated tongue foul breath are weak and easily tired feel depressed and despondent have frequent headaches dizzy attacks gnawing or distress In stom ach constipated or irregular bowels sour or bitter risings after eating and poor appetite these symptoms or any consider able number of them indicate that you aro lazylivergestion or and their attendant derangements hP tinonce m u ov c m om9- n c la s tll- o the gp sr o the e s r hat this Is absolutely truo toyoursatisfactionif to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo No Y for a free copy of his booklet of extracts from tho standard medical authorities giving enteringIntoing what tho most eminent medical men of the two say of them THE ONLy KITCHEN CABINET FOR Economical Women Iy the one that lasts n life and vet in not highpriced Thats the MrDougnil- Act economical know it The McUougnll people make ami yell live time as many kitchen cabinets nay other con cern Why Simply becnse they male them betterMcDougall Kitchen Cabinets Are not highpriced S1SOO to 2800 There are imitations thnt sell for less But the McDougall is always a blessing and not a nuisance is du turoof mouse proofnndensily cleaned and PAYS FOH ITSELF quickly by saving kitchen supplies Ho its economy to buy a McDongall Rs ROGERS SONS SOLE AGENTS Frankfort Ky IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW What a Heap of Happiness It Would Bring to Frankfort Homesi Hard to do housework with an aching back Brings you hours of misery at leisure or at work If women only knew the cause that backache pains come from sick kid nersITwould save much needless woe Doaus Kidney Pills cure sick kid neysFrankfort people endorse this Mrs T Thornton wife of T Thorn ton barber of 533 Short St says A constant dull aching pain across the small of my back caused by my kidneys has annoyed me for years On account of this and from the fact that my back has been so weak I have not been able to dc any work about the house at all There was a constant irritation from the kidney secretions and they were irregular unnatural and scalding Doans Kid ney Pills were recommended to me so highly that I took a bOit I felt better than I had for a L time and I have h ltfnc mending Doans Kidney Pills to any one suffering from kidney trouble of any kind For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMllburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the nameDoansandt- ake no other Father Williams Indian Tea and Herb Tablets are Natures remedy nothing but pure herbs absolutely harmless jao narcotics and are especially adapted to womens and childrens use We also recommend them to the old and feeble They give sound sleep and good appetite Frank fort Drug Co Druggists LETTER LIST The following is thE list of nclverj Used letters for the week ending January 20 Adams liars Putamle Bishop A J Chancey J Clark Sara E Daniel BudiDuff Boyd Fields Carnelia Gordon Mrs Mattie Greenleaf Jack Griffin Albert Hammond A H Hannuons Miss Nancy Hanly Wl J Hartwell S A Kennedy Miss Piley Lalah Miss Lara iMcClnuhnii Co E J Mitchell Tom Mobley Henry Mobley Jack iMody Mrs Frank Mooney Horace Perry Dach Peters Miss Laura Ratcllff Will Saylon Granvllle Smith Frank Stlgers Miss Lula Thornton M S violette Luther Wanich C W Vledleman Miss Zella M Weaver Dyke Young James Young Miss Lucy When calling for tho above lotfors please say IGEOLBARNES If LET US FIGURE FOR YOU The cost of Painting and Repairing your VehiclefIA tjoocl vehicle is worth sing and frequently a small amount ex will double its life but if neglected will cost you a new one 4t 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 sozVERSAILLES KY IHeK President YARD BROTVXIXG Treas1t I 1A Happy New Year Is assured to all users of PRIDE OF MADIS- ONFLOUR I Sale byall Grocers r Sendus your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit and Produce HEISE SONS CLAIR STREET Both Phones 1m Value JOHN DR1SCOLL Quality 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 HANDSOME CALENDAR Mr J A Williams local agent of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co has Issued to the patrons of that reliable industrial insurance company a beautiful calendar It gives as a representative of the four soasons a girl baby a pretty girl a handsome young matron and a sweet faced gentle old lady It Just fits the casein Its appropriateness C M Sec and H For ST CARNATION DAY Tuesday next Jan 29 Is the anniversary of President McKluleys birth day 65 years ago The carnation was his favorite flower and accordingly this day has been designated as Carnation Day In honor of the Immortal and loving gentleman and martyr President Let every lover of his country wear a carnation that day J ww M M b I t J W E0 Er1r1L TITLE Pi1sri THAT IS WHAT WE DO I jv iWe sell the Best Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds Etc To be Found in the t Call and examine our Splendid Assortment You are not compelled to bU LfIIIiF Kentucky and you will be shown the same consideration as if you wished to StateI I Ilemember The Best of everything in stock and n 1M A SELBERT f MARRIEDUEEBtRDINInr on Wednesday Mr Lockhart Lee andl t Miss Hnrlett Rebecca Burdin were 1 married by Rev John H Burdin father of the bride Mr Lee Is a hustling young farmer 1ofthe Peaks Mill district His bride is the handsome and attractive daugh ter of Rev John H Burdin f We tender congratulations BE EDICTBROCKAt the home 4ofthe brides parents Mr Geo M and wife Crescent View on Wednesday Jan 23 Mr Horace Benedict of St Louis Mo Jand Miss Carolyn Belle Brock were married by Rev Jno H Burdin The happy couple left Immediately after the wedding for a trip to Florida They will be at home in St Louis Mo after March 1st Y extendedif LUTKEMEIRE HAZELRIGG In this city on Tuesday afternoon Capt A Lutkemeler and Miss Lula rJW Hazelrigg were raarrlr at 1 of the Church of tho kwl erdtJjv eyFather T ts t I w MajorCapt Lutkemeier is one c Frnn11 fors cleverest and most JVM u 1j young business men He was fort merly Captain of Co C 2d Regiment l Kentucky National Guards The bride Is the third daughter of Mr C C Hazelrigg and is a petite handsome energetic and loveabl- young lady After the wedding the happy young couple left on the 350 L N trai for a short bridal trip Upon thei return they will go to housekeeping with the grooms mother Mrs W C Lutkemeler on Lewis street We tender our best wishes and congratulations rCroup can positively he stopped in 20 minutes No vomiting nothing to sicken or distress your child A sweet pleasant anti safe syrup called Dr Shoop s 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 i III I RAISED ASSESSMENT OF DISTILL ERIES The Board of Supervisors of Wood ford county has raised the assesss ment of distillery property in that county as follows Old Crow property of W A Gaines Co from 35000 to 150 coO Old Oscar Pepper property of Lay brat Graham from 33000 to 40 t 000 Old Taylor property of E H Taylor Jr Sons from 25000 tp 75 COO r Woodford County Distillery prop erty of S J Greenbaum from 35000 to 75000 renow TO CURE CHILBLAINS t To nnjoy freedom from ohil s iblnins writes John Kemp East Otrafleld Me I nppy Bueklens k Arnica Salve Have also used it for salt rheum with excellent I results Guaranteed to cures fever sores indolent ulcers piles burns wounds frost bites nndI skin dseases 25c at all gists I S yy Lt u 0 I rII POSTAL CLERKS AND RURAL DE LIVERY CARRIERS GET MORE PAY I In the bill now pending before Congress making appropriations for the Postofllce Department postal clerks I and rural free delivery carriers will i get an Increase of compensation This Is as It should be The rural free de livery men especially deserve an increase as they have to furnish a horse and conveyance out of their salary of 60 per month WISE COUNSEL FROM THE SOUTHI1 want advice to those who suffer with lame back and kidney trouble says J R Blafikenshipof Beck Tenn I have proved to an 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 to recommend this great remedy drugi8tVALUABLE HORSES DIEI Col Richard Morris has lost a valu able thoroughbred mare from attack of pneumonia and Internal hemor rhage Col Morris held the mare at 1000 buggyehorse at Hazelrlggs stable on Mon day The horse was under treatment tonitsrdeadgITo stop a Cold with Proven is safer than to let it run and cure it afterwards Taken at j the x sneeze stage Preventics will head oil all colds and Grippe and save from Pneu monia or Bronchitis Preventit are little toothsome candy cold cure tablets selling in1 5 cent 25 cent Mores If you are undI if you begin to sneeze try ventics They will surely check the cold and please you Sold by all deu WHY leIsIWe notice by an ann unccment In the Winchester SunSentinel that the big unIon depot at that place is com pleted and occupied by the officers of the C O and L N railroads This depot was commenced long after the union depot in this city isi much larger In every way and yet it Is done and we are still asking the question when will the new depot becompletedWe respectfully ask wily this difference SENATOR RUSSELL A DIES ALGERI Gen Russell A Alger Senator from Washingtonvalvular heart disease Senator Alger had been in your health for several years and had declined a reelection to the Senate for that reason Piles get quick relief from Dr Shoop Magic Ointment Remember its made alone for Piles and it works with and pinfulI Tryit i t A rlWf a BERTHS PEEVLERIn this city on Thursday night Mr Corda Peevier aged 17 years of Mr consumptionI James Peevler and had been afflicted all his life The funeral services were conduct ed by Rev Dr M 13 Adams the home on North Wilkinson fromI on Saturday and the remains laid away in our cemetery He leaves a father mother andIsister to mourn his untimely end j CURED OF LUNG TROUBLE It is new eleven years since I conIsumption S C I had run down in weight wnsII takingDr I continued this for about months when ml cough and JuugI trouble were entirely gone and I was restored to n ypormul weight 37Q pouru- iirsons l1hOUStU1ds 0 3fe iieiuucpr eveiy year ttuarauteed at all druggists 50c und 100 Trial bottle free GLASS WORKS UNDER WAY The new Modes Glass Works are under way and are turning out some las nice work in the way of bottles as Ican be made anywhere A large num fillrehaving arrived on Monday night and more will be put to work as soon as possible The workswill be run night and day This Is one of the best Institutions ever erected for busInessjThe women of Frankfort are praising Father Williams Indian dayTheyt RegulntorsI we have ever handled Frankfort Drug Co Druggists ENOUGH TO FINISH SLACK WATE IMPROVEMENTS In the river and harbor bill which was reported to Congress this weep Is an appropriation of a sum sum cient to complete the locks and dams on the Kentucky River to the headwaters of that stream at Beattyvllle Only two more locks are needed and when these are built coal and tim ber can be brought out from that region all the year round as It Is rlcrI run This will certainly be good news for Franlfort as It Is a result long desired and worked for The bill also carrtas an appropria tion of 314000 for the further improvement of the falls of the Okiat Louisville Dr Cadys Condition Powders are just ft horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier aoi vermifuge They are not food bf puthorse3 a cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle I j Dfr fy Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair StreetI- F YOU BUY IT AT SELBERT8 ITS GOOD IPOULTRY SHOW IOn Monday next Jan 28th the Second Annual Poultry Show will begin In the Sullivan building on Ann street next door to Dr J W Gayles drug store The gentlemen having the matter In charge are thorough business men matterIIt is a labor of love with them as they each and all are lovers of the feathered bipeds and delight in see ing their pets thrive and flourish The premiums are liberal and the competition will doubtless be sharp and close as was the case last year theexalmost dumbfounded at the large and handsome exhibits at that time and there Is every reason to believe that tho affair this year will bring out still larger and finer exhibits at this time beenlissuedLewis Publishing House and gives full cityfassist the Association but for the great pleasure the exhibits will af ford them ENGLISH SNOBBERY AGAIN For pure and unadulterated snob berg the Governor of Jamaica takes the colts The United States ofithehurried Admiral Davis UrSr Navy with his war vessels to that point to assist in taking care of the distressed people of that stricken city Marines were landed looting stopped famishing people fed and the wound ed and dying attended to Now comes the Governor one Swettenham and demands that tho U S War Vessels recall their men and leave the Island asserting that his government Is amply able to take care of the situation when an Illustra tion showing the contrary was In evl d ence where a lot of looters were carrying away a merchants safe with 5000 In It and were only prevented JacklesrR snobs I commended us to English flunkies like this fellow SPLENDID OLDSCHOOL GENTLE MAN DIES By a dispatch from Easton Penn we learn that Mr leadIinghad just died at the home of his souI Dr EtheJbert Dudley Warfield in that city aged S2 years We have known and admired Mr Warfleld from our childhood He was an upright Christian and progressive citizen This Stato will mourn the loss of one who was a most valuable citizen I BUYS NICE HOME On Wednesday last Mrs Alice Netherton purchased from Mr W R Chenowlth his comfortable home on Holmes street fqr 2300 Messrs Shelton Morris the real estate men made ithe deal Dr Weavers Treatment- S rep purifies tho blood Cerato heal skID eruption I i 7 t i r tq i 2 + J r P ra1j 1 CherryBlossom THG JAPANESE GIVE GOOD EXA PLEIIt is a proverb of Cherry Blossom Land that a healthy stomach is the basis of nil strength Good nature is also recognized as of great importance The Japanese as a are remark able for their health endurance pa tience and skill The cherry tree is the most highly prized of all in Japan It not only gives forth a beautiful blossom but the wild cherry tree furnishes a bark which- is most highly prized in medicine I Prttnus Wild CherryI The UNITED DISPENSATORYwhich is an authority on medicines of the properties of this Black Cherrybark It Uniting with a tonic power the- property of calming irritation andIdiminishing nervous excitability Adapted to the treatment of diseases in which there is debility of the stomach or of the system Another au thority KINGS AMERICAN DISPENSA TORY says tt it gives tone and strength to the system useful in fever cough X and found excellent in consumption This ingredient is only one of several very important native medicinal roots Dr Golden Medical Discov err This is a remedy which has en toyed the public approval for nearly forty ears nothing new or untried about it has cured thousands of people lof those chronic weakening which are accompanied a cough4psuch as bronchitis and incipient con gumption More than that by reason r 0of the ingredients Bloodroot y Mandrake Golden Seal and Queens troot all of the medicinal virtues of which are scientifically extracted and combined in Dr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery remarkable cures ofIdyspepsia and stomach disorders have ben accomplished Nearly forty ago Dr Pierce discovered that chemically pure glyc erine of strength is a better solvent and preservative of the active medicinal principles in most of our indigenous or native medicinal plants than is alcohol As its use is entirely unobjectionable while alcohol is well known when used even in small portions for a protracted period to do lasting injury to the human aye ten especially in the case of delicate women and children he decided to us i chemically glycerine instead of the usually employed alcohol inIth preparation of his medicines II found that the glycerine besides being entirely harmless in trinsic medicinal properties of great vc ue Its Dr it Pi rce believes far surpass those of col liver oil entitling it to favorable consideration in all cases of incipient consumption and other wasting diseases It is an invigorating tonic alterative and owes its virtues to Natures vege tale garden Dr Pierceis only the J rNatures Garden c gar dener who knows how to combine the plants given us by Nature to cure our diseases This prepara perfectly stomachs and is extremely effective in restoring tone and vigor to the entire ey item It cures inflammatory troubles of the stomach as well as indigestion and dyspepsia arising from weak stomach One reason why it restores health of rundown pale and ema IthJ people is because it lust throws the poisons front the blood through l iISfieblood fhett Golden Medical Discovery ie ri made in a largo laboratory thoroughly equipped with every scientific appliance at Buffalo N Y Qualified chemists are in charge of the laboratory with nearly a score of skilled physicians and J surgeons employed to deter amine and prescribe these remedies and other means of cure as seem best suited 1 to many thousands of cases of chronio diseases which come before them for It treatment each year It costs you ing to writ to Dr R V Pierce head of this Institution at Y and get an accurate medical 110thIcharge in your special case and wholly DWltt title Early Risers I The famou little pili Dr weavers Syrup anti Sncceisful treatmen for blood and Ceratet T + AYff h fi t Main gt 307309 Main St RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinn rector will conduct services at follows 930 a m Sundayschool 11 a m lrayer and Sermon 730 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon Tire Prophet Obedlah will be tlit subject of evening sermon evening prayer at 73- pm Everybody invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M Adams the pastor will preach at 11a m and 730 p m The Phophet Obediah will be the subject of the evening sermon Sundayschool at 945 in the chapel Baraca class at 945 a m taught by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 645 p m in the chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 730 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCH =Rev C R Hudson pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m the Prophet Obediah will be the subject of the evening sermon Sundayschool at 930 a m in the t chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 730 in the chapel meeting Wednesday even 1Prayer in the chapel Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited t CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Dr H E Dosker of Louis ville will preach at 11 m and 730 pm Sundayschool at 930 a m 1Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at G30 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m The Prophet Obediah will bo tho subject of the evening sermon Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 730 p m invited to attend PRESBYTERIAN Wm Crowe the pas at 11 a m and 730 pm The Prophet Obediah will be tho I subject of the evening sermon Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPELSun d a y school every Sunday afternoon at Pm Everybody invited y rrs yo lr11WI 1 7J Y1 fyARE ebtYlll111KYftl=n A CHANCE OF A f TO GET A HEATING STOVE PRICE CUT In order to make room for Other Seasonable Goods We also have a full linepf Ranges Grates Mantles r Cover Timothy Orchard Grass Blue Grass Seed GnU and Examine sallIe and Get Prices I R C SOWER CO 307309 Wednesday ItEverybady Everybody LIFETIME MEETING OF WOMANS CLUB The Womans Club will meet at the residence of Miss Lucy Chinn Monday January 28 at half past 3 oclock A full attendance is requested NEW OFFICE The Kentucky River Poplar Com pany are erecting a new and commo dius office building on the corner of Second and Murray streets This enterprising company are prospering in their business SILK FROM GUNCOTTON Science threatens to put the silk worm out of business French chem ists have discovered at least three distinct methods of competing with the old reliable but extremely delib erate silkworm Perhaps the most interesting of these is the manufacturer of silk from guncotton which also serves as a base for the most powerful of mod ern explosives The viscous fluid from which the silkworm spins his thread is chemi cally duplicated by a process described in the Technical World The fabric thus produced is inflammable and in order to remedy this defect it is treated with an alkali sulphide so founders of the new Industry have kept In view not so much tho exact reproduction of natural silk as the production of a substance which embraces its valuable properties Natural silk possesses to a large degree qualities of brilliancy elastic ity strength affinity for coloring and bleaching materials and when hand led a peculiar rustling sound known as scroop Perhaps the brilliancy and scroop of silk are the best known of Its qualities and it is In these two respects that artificial silk most closely resembles natural its brilliancy being greater and Its scroop slightly less GOOD for OLD and YOUNG August Flower keeps the children healthy and strong Pull of vigor and frolic the whole day long So when Mamma needs wore they off ia high glee And shout to the druggist Please give it to me- lgInability to get up brisk and fresh in lack of appetite pallor muddy complexion and poor spirits these all indicate a disordered stomach and bad in adults and children too They also indicate the urgent need of Greens August Flower regu daysQlts for all stomach troubles never to cure indigestion dyspepsia and chronic constipation and is a natural tonic for body and mindit Two sizes 350 and 750 All druggists For sale by J W Gayle CORKERS AND TWISTERS f UJlhanIBy Mrs The last grand jury was perfectly harmless The fluttering of its wings was like the breathing of the zephyrs that silently steal across the meadows In the good old summer time To the keepers of public institutions it threw bouquets bequeathed the county a new court house gave the gamblers a coquettish ta ta tossed the Sunday saloon keepers a sweet goodbye and all was lovely and the gose hung high With tM influx of population re suIting freour increased manufac fOl1IDWcomers will not be satisfied to make Frankfort their permanent residence unless they have pleasant surround ings to give contentment to their fam ilies Tasty cottages should be built with all necessary conveniences not costly or elaborate but with an eye to comfort ijjj picturesque hillsidesI leading to the1 factories and cant slopes that are contiguous should be thickly dotted with their cottage homes It would not be bad to pro mote the building of the belt line of street railway from Thorn Hill to Leestown and thereby open up new grounds for residence anti a quicker access to factoriesi The experiment of rolled streets does not seem to have proved a suc cess Whilst they make an Ideal roadway for summer traveling they wear quickly and are conspicuous in mud and dust See for instance Ann street from Broadway to Main Frankfort will derive very little ben efit In her coal supply from the com pletion of the locks and dams until lines of narrow gauge coal roads are constructed front the river into the localities of the coal veins There are very few coal mines Immediately at the head of the lock and dam system near Beattyvllle It has been a commonly accepted thing that cold freezing weather destroyed noxious germs that spread fevers and other diseases But it is now claimed that germs are proof against cold and may be frozen In a block of ice and when the ice is melted they will come out fluttering and gay with the fullness of life But the poisonous misquito breeding fever and contagion In his path may be thus frozen and his career forever ended That germ business Is too deep for ordinary conception to com pass and we doubt not mankind would have been happier if the microscopic germ had never been discovered His promoter Is we fear an enemy to society SENATORS AND CONGRESSMEN GET HIGHER SALARIES AFTER PRESENT CONGRESS Tho amendment to the appropria tion bill now before Congress providing for the salaries of Senators and Congressmen giving them 7500 per annum in place of 5000 as it now exists has been adoptedi 4- y IBENSON The fountains also of the deep and the windows of heaven were stopped and the rain from heaven was re strainedGenesis S2 Mr Albert Hall of Frankfort is the guest of his brother Mr Irvine Hall of Benson Mr J W Watson of Frankfort and Miss Edyth Edge of Choatevllle were the guests of Mr and Mrs S E Lacefield Sunday Rev W M Taylor pastor of North Benson Baptist Church spent Satur dar and Sunday with Judge Dan Moore and family Messrs John and Frank Edge passed through Benson Saturday iMr Will Thompson of the Bridge port neighborhood had his house destroyed by fire one day last week- BENSONITE LEXINGTON DAILY EVENING GAZETTE On Monday last Lexingtons new afternoon dally paper made its ap pearance This paper which was originally started by John Bradford In 17S7 afterwards becoming extinct until revived by Col H H Gratz In 1S67 is hereafter to appear as a daily Heretofore it was first a weekly next a semiweekly and afterwards a weekly The new management certainly de serves commendation for the Im proved appearance and general upto date make up of the paper Editor B N Grehan and his corps of assistants can certainly make very readable paper We welcome them to their enlarged field of enterprise and wish them all successHUSTLING FOR MEMBERS The Y M C A of this city is hustling for new members in order to enable it to enlarge the work of that institution rendered necessary by the large Influx of men coming here to work in the glass works the canning f actory and the enlarged shoe fac torr CATARRH Torroveunniustlonnblynridteynndnnydoubt that Catarrh of the not and r can I alit funifelilni patients through druggists small Irctj Trial Boxes of r r Shoot s Chturrh Cure I do this bemuse1 am sn main that Dr Whoops Cntarrh tarn will brim uiiuil substantial help Nothing etttiUnly Is so convincing us n physical test of any art ellor ritlIMlllhw merit slut that snide must osso s true merit eo taw test will condemn rather tliiu advance it Dr Whoops Catarrh Cure is n nov white henlimr antiseptic balm put up in beautiful nickel cape d nt toe Such soothing agents as Oil Kiicnlyptui Thymol Menthol etc are intoriioratad into a velvety cream like Petrolatum Imported by Dr Shoop from Europe If Catarrh of tin nose and throat has extended to the stomach then by nil means aloifeu Internally Dr Sloops Kestomtlve etomneh dUire a lack of general strength bloating belching biliousness bad taste etc lurely cull for Dr Slumps Kstoritlve For uncomplicated catarrh only of the nosonnd throat nothing else however need be used Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure ALL DEALERS XOTICElThe Local Carpenters Union No 147S have adopted the eight luur scale with same pay to take effect April 1st 1907 010tB- LUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris DivisionILeave Lexington every hour from 6n m to p m and at 9 and p m Leave Paris every hour from 6 a m to p m and 10 p m Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from fi30a in to 730 pm and at 9 and p ni Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from 610 a m to 815 p m anti at p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 6 d in to 6 p m and at 0 nnd 11 p m Leave Versailles very hour from 545 a ni to 045p m and at 815 and 10 p m E T Phone 610 Home Phone 174 R T GUNN Manager I 2tfrjRAILROAD TIME TABLE WEST BOUND Xo 19 L X Frankfort Accom modation departs 540 a m daily ex cept Sunday Xo Gl L N departs 755 a m Sunday only Xo 21 C 0 Via Shelbyville 1 departs 920 a m daily No 17 L X departs 940 a m daily except Sunday Xo 15 L X departs 340 p m dally except Sunday Xo 23 C 0 Via Shelbyville departs 015 p m dally EAST BOUND Xo 1S L X leaves 950 a nx daily except Sunday Xo 22 C 0 leaves 10 IS a m daily Xo 1C L X leaves 420 p m daily except Sunday Xo 20 L X Frankfort Accom modative arrives C15 p m daily ex cept Suiiday Xo 24 C 0 leaves 759 p m daily Xo C2 L X leaves S2C p m Sunday only C 0 trains arrive and depart from Seventh Street Station Louis vine L X trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive and depart from Tenth and Broadway Station LouisvilleaFrankfort Accommodation arrives and departs from First and Street Station atertF Leaves for Paris 1I20n lUturns l32aua m Leaves for Park 900 p in Returns 720 p in J W WATSON Ticket Agent RySchedule ject to change without notice Limited for Louisville Nashville Mem phis West slid SlIlItJmlstI920 A11 and 014 P M Daily Limited for Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York mrhmolltl Old Point and Norfolk Dailyi y r I ii MeeLURE Si r J Winter Clearance Sale tfi BEGAN ON FRIDAY TAN 11TH t This will be the greatest sale ever held in Frankforts greatest store as s a fitting end to by far the largest years business ever done by any Frank i fort mercantile house The greatest stocks ever owned by a Frankfort o business house at this 0Jfromknown goes in this sale at price reductions which are really wonderfulaY it CLOTHINGiSUITS AT 14IWorth S35 830 and S25 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 jk 1worth 30 and 35 as are worth 25 less than half price This is the great est clothing offer we have ever mad- eSUITS AT 850y Worth S3O 818 and 815- i Practically every mans fancy suit in the store not included in the lot afc 114 is in this lot at 850 This is the deepest cut we have ever made on POPt1 ular priced suits Less than half price on many of themla gA1 KNEE PANTS AT 5Oc A lot ofabout 100 pair worth 75c and 100 All wool worsteds and cassimeres in good patterns ahd good wearing fabrics tYrREDUCED UNDERWEAR 20 per cent reduction on all underwear selling regularly at 150 200 and 300 a suit HALF PRICE MENS SOX About 75 dozen mens fancy socks worth 50c a pair in this sale at 25c DC 6 AND 7 SHOES 450 About 75 pair of this famous make of mens fine shoes are included in this offer 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 25 IAbsolute 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 OVERCOATS AT 850 f+ tr Worth 818 816 and 15 r Blacks and fancies in both form fitting and the comfortable regulation i441nch length i U r i KNEE PANTS SUITS AT 5jhighason all other knee pants suits HALF PRICE TIES Choice of 50c tie in the storeexcept solid blacks and whites at 25 centsIIfitJ SHOES BOYDENS LAIRD SCHOBERS SHOES 375 All of Laird Schober shoes in welt soles selling regularly at 500 are included in this offer 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 Regular 300 sellers and one or two styles that sold at 350 No Queen Quality shoes are included k Many odd lots in all departments not advertised will be displayed and sold at very low prices exchangeYthem Alterations in clothes charged for R1 K MCCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KYt 4I