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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r j THE FRANKFOBI ROUNDABOUT a ft r GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS laO In Advance VOL XXX1FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY FEBUARY 2 1907 No 22 BLUE GRASS FAIR ASSOCIATION DlrecItorsUon at Lexington on Thursday Jan nary 24th and elected the follow ing officers for the ensuing year James L Watkins of Lexington President J W Newman of Ver t sailles fcirst VicePresident Abram i rtennlclv of Winchester Second Vice President Jouett Shouse of Lexing ton Secretary J W Porter of Lex ington Treasurer There was a full meeting of the Directors and the selections in each distance were unan- imousI It will he endeavored by Association to secure theI grounds for the Blue Grass There is at Lexington the oldest and with the shafts flying loose and hence tothe famoijt Kentucky Association track owiuw by the estate of the late Capt Samuel S Brown Under the T1rulings of the Pennsylvania Courts this track must be sold and a com I mittee from the Directors of the Blje Grass Fair Association consisting of Lexi was to endeavor to secure It The grounds are very valuable The late Capt Brown put i into them In purchase money and in t improvements very close to 200000 but it is understood that the Secretary of the Blue Grass Fair Associa arrangef Association can purchase them at less BrownIform the basis of an ideal plant for the Blue Grass Fair and though requiring some additions fort the purposes of a fair with these add I theJbest plant In the South for that park ticular purpose Resolutions were adopted by the Board of Directors creating a Committee on Classifications which Com mittee embraces the varied live stock 1t Interests of the State and which will L rearrange the classifications and HprIze list of the Blue Grass Fair so as to obviate various provisions with which fault was found last year A 1t t resolution was adopted creating ing committees to have charge standel Y I various departments of the i These committees will be named by the President and from each commit tee a Superintendent for the depart ment will be chosen v The men behind the Blue Grass Fall realize that all conflict with the State Fair Is over That fight was fought and the State Fair Is now located permanently at Louisville It will be C the endeavor of the Blue Grass Fair to cooperate with the management tef the State Fair in every possible T way The Idea is to arrange to hold successiveWf every 2t who comes to the one to stay for the dther Kentuckys geographical art rangement of the Blue Grass Fair that forJf State magnitude that the regular State Fair at Louisville will care for the Interests of the people of Western Kentucky and that Central and East ern Kentucky will look to the Blue Grass Fair as the exhibition repre sentative of its particular Industries and especially appealing to its peo pre If you are Constipated dull or bilious or have a sallow lifeless complexion try Laxets just once to see i what they will do for you Laxets are little toothsome Candy tablets nice to eat nice In effect No grip ing no pain Just a gentle laxative effect that Is pleasingly desirable LaxIetsto you In beautiful lithographed metal boxes at 5 cents and 25 cents Sold by all dealers n ORGAN RECITAL The organ recital given by Prof Alfred Appling Butler on Monday evening at the Christian Church was attended by a splendid audience We have often heard the expression can make an organ talk and Prof Butler came as near to It as any one possibly could It was a rare treat for our music loving people SLEIGH WRECKED While out driving in a sleigh on Sunday afternoon Mr Keene Maglnnls and Mr John Toppass had the mis fortune to have their sleigh wrecked the horse breaking loose and dash- Ing down Second street to the bridge with the shafts flying loose and thence back to the livery stable of Jeffers BrosThe young men were not hurt only shaken up There were several narrow escapes from being run over as the frightened animal dashed through the streets Croup can positively be stopped in 20 minutes No vomitingnothing to sicken or distress your child A sweet pleasant and safe Syrup called Dr Shoops Croup Cure does the work and does it quickly Dr Shoops Croup Cure is for Croup alone remem ber It does not claim to cure a dozen ailments Its for Croup thats all Sold by all dealers e MEETING OF DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY Joseph H Lewis Chapter U D C will meet this Saturday afternoon at 230 oclock at the residence of the President Mrs J Alex Grant on Washington street A full atendance desired MSS LENA BENTON Secretary Piles get quick relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Remember its made alone for Piles and It works with certainty and satisfaction Itch Ing painful protruding or blind piles dlsapear like magic by Its use Try It and see Sold by all dealers t rSOMETHING NEW Plaster Board ry Holds plaster better than laths Makes a warmer H house Anybody can put it on See it on our new officer We sell laths also and all kinds of Lumber Sashs and Doors HAMMOND CO 1I t 11 i III It iC TAKE IT IN TIME Just as Scores of Frankfort People HaveII Waiting doesnt pay f If you neglect the aching back urinary troubles diabetes surely fol lowDoans Kidney Pills relieve back ache cure every kidney ill Frankfort citizens endorse them Mrs Mildred S Betts wife of C j M Betts carpenter of 519 Short street says My kidneys troubled me for some years off and on I tried dif ferent remedies but without obtaining any permanent relief The pain In I IIInup There was also a kidney weak I ness distressing at all times I read about Doans Kidney Pills and noticed that the symptoms they cured I were just like mine Willing to try almost anything to get relief I went to J W Gayles drug store and got aI box I took them as directed and soon noticed the difference in my condition The sharp pains and the aching disappeared and the other complaints were banished Doans Kidney Pills act like magic and the relief they give Is lasting For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Mihburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United iRememher Doansandt- ake no other f e USEFUL WORK t Assistant Attorney General Charles H Morris has just had printed a com pilation of Kentucky laws entitled Kentucky Laws Made Plain The book Is a very useful digest of the statutes of the State date It is copyrighted In the pratMr Morris says This book is not Intended for the use of the lawyers but Is so prepared that every reader may obtain a fairly accurate knowledge of the laws em braced therein which are selected with a view of interesting the general public It does not treat of every subject Included in the Kentucky Stat utes but only those which the com piler believes will prove beneficial to the farmer stockman merchant me chanic and others who have neither the time nor the Inclination to make a study of law In a few instances the criminal laws of the State have been given though not in amplified form It is believed that the book will prove of great service to those who may peruse It in that it will give to the citizen a better understanding of I his duties to the Commonwealth and his reciprocal duties to his fellow I citizen pointing out to him at the same time his rights under the lawi HUNTING FOR TROUBLE I lived In California 20 years and am still hunting for trouble In the way of burns sores wounds bolls cuts sprains or a case of piles that Buck lens Arnica Salvo wont quickly cure writes Charles Walters of j Alleghany Sierra Co No use hunt Ing Mr Walters it cures every case Guaranteed by all druggists 25c CANDIDATE FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE Senator J W Cammack of Owen county has announced himself as a candidate for Circuit Judge in the district composed of Boone Carroll Gallatin Grant and Owen counties The election will take place In Novem her and is to fill the vacancy caused by Judge Lassings appointment as Judge of the Court of Appeals Mr Cammack Is a lawyer of ability and Integrity and a Christian gentle manWe wish him success I gODulDelLaxative the remedy that cures a cold la one day tl t if IIt SpecialSaleNew 1 AND White Goods w BEGINNING Saturday February 2 Ve will have an interesting Sale of New Embroideries and White Goods 5 This sale will be interesting because notwithstand ing the great advance in prices as well as an unusual scarcity in production of all kinds of Embroideried Trimmings we are offering the same values it has openingWhite 1YOUis because we bought an Immense Stock of Em IIt before the great advance in prices and the supply was exhausted Such dainty Swiss and Nainsook Edges and Inser tions Swiss Allovers Beadings Galoon Bands for 1 Shirt Waists Corset Covers Embroideries etc which whl be offered at such Low prices it will not be your opportunity to buy again this season J LOT A I This lot contains Embroideries 1 to 2A inches wide in II extra Swiss values5c IIIOT B Embroideries 2 wide in Swiss Nainsook Cambric II 12 and J 5c values LOT C I Contains 3 to 4 inches wide worth II20cUIS specia i lOc Embroideries 15c India Linen Goods quality worth 7Jc Sale Price per yard 5c- India Linen extra nice rituality 12c value Sale Price per yard tOe India Linen real fine sheer quality 25c value Sale Price per yard H 40 inches wide Victoria Lawn fine quality special value per yard 15c I SLOT D- Contains Embroideries in ISwiss Nainsook and Cambric dainty trimming for Shirt Dresses and Skirts 2025cval LOT E Contains worth I pntternsI I pr this 19c Embroideries I I IContnills lot39c I III 11White Goods I c 80 inches wide Persian Lawn good quality worth J5t Sale Price per yard lOc 15 inches wide French Lawn line sheer quality for Waists and Dresses Sale Price per yard 2Oc 45 inches wide French Lawn ThiH is an extraordi nary value Sale Price per yard 2oc 80 inches wide Linen Cambric a splendid quality Shirt Waist Linen A bargain Sale Price per yard JOe Many oilier Bargains in Mercerized White Goode Nainsooks and Cottons we have not space to mention CKIN BRO NO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY I f 5SS + t k TeFsLastChance 1lif Sale iJf I J i r I Cee the Spectral Ribbons iC at 8c a yardI On the Bargain Table t iLItt Miss Mary Peffer Is visiting friends LouisvilleJHon Lewis McQuown went to Bow 4 Wi1ing Green Thursday i i Miss Annie T Crutcher is visiting relatives In Louisville JMr H C Bright attended a dance fiiIn Midway Friday night t Attorney R G Wllllamsof Newport was In the city Thursday- Mr Jas B West has returned from s a business trip to Irvine Mr W F Klair of Lexington was in the city on Wednesday Mr J Andrew Cain of Versailles was in the city on Tuesday Miss Mary Keith Miles of Lexing ton was In the city Thursday a Dr Len H Hughes and wife have returned from New York City t Miss Mary Louise Chambers of Warsaw came here on Wednesday to visit her aunt Mrs E E Abbett E Hon G Allison Holland of Lexing ton was In the city Wednesday 1 Dr J C Willis of Kentucky Unl versity was here on Wednesday Miss Pauline Gaines has returned from a visit to Eastern Kentucky Mrs W H Hoge and son visited relatives at Winchester this week Mr Harris Lehman of Midway at tended the Poultry Fair this week Hon G Allison Holland of Lexing ton was In the city Wednesday Mr J A Edge of Lexington was In the city on legal business on Monday Mrs Ira S Shy of Cynthiana was the guest of relatives here this week Dr L B Trigg of Lakeland was the guest of Dr J W Hill this week Mr R B M Colvin of Falmouth was in the city the first of the week Mr J H McDanlel of Warshaw attended the Poultry Show this week Mr Albert H McClure made a busi ness trip to Eastern Kentucky this wools Col Noel Gaines who has been at AtlantIc City N J has returned home Ire B B Witt is the guest of her daughter Mrs Grant Willis in Vor mottles Miss Eloise Boca of tho College of Music Cincinnati la at home for a row days- Mr Gilbert H Mastin limb son Gilbert Jr went to New York City on Monday Miss Nettle Walcutt of Lakeland Is the guest of Mrs H S Keler on Ann street Miss Thomasine Jouett who has boon living in Louisville has returned to this city Mrs H Clay Wilson who has been in an infirmary In Louisville has returned home Mr Jno M Scott of Louisville was the guest of his mother Mrs W T Scott Sunday Mrs Moore of Mitchell Ind is visiting her sister Mrs C R Hudson on Elks Place a j f rH I y = i FOR ONE WEEK MORE we will put Zero Prices on all our Winter Goods and then tIle deck will be cleared for t New Spring Stock Read the list of Great Tallies we offer Ed Our Bargain Counter shows Lots of Good Things and a little money goes a long way Miss Margaret J Russell visited her sister Mrs J T Gaines at Crescent Hill this week Rev Wm Crowe has returned from Somerset where he conducted a pro tracted meeting Col Chas M Lewis of Shelbyvllle was In the city Thursday and made us a pleasant call Dr Waller O Green of Louisville was the guest of his aunt Miss Eliza Overtoil this week Mrs Sim Shy has returned from a visit to her brotherinlaw Mr Ira S Shy at Cynthiana Gov J C W Beckham and wife at tended the Shackleford Clay wedding in Paris on Tuesday Capt W F Dandridge and wife at tended the ClarkCallahan wedding In Cincinnati Tuesday Mrs Dorr W Mahan and Miss Ma han of Danville were guests of Mrs S W Hager this week Miss Charlie Wilson left Monday for Lexington where she will make her home In the future Dr Jas C Cobke of Harrodsburg was In the city on Thursday and made us a pleasant call Mrs Frank W Keyes who has been ill at an Infirmary In Louisville returned home on Monday Miss Catherine Coyle of Bowling Green was the guest of her brother Mr M D Coyle this week Mrs Jno M Brown left for Lexing ton on Wednesday called there by the illness of her grandmother Miss Fannie Mayhall who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Henry B Scearce has returned home Judge A E Richards City Attorney of Louisville was in atendance upon the Court of Appeals on Tuesday Miss Susan Frith of Kankakee Ills who has beep the guest of Miss Emmie Scott has returned home Ensign S I M Major Jr U S Navy attended the burial of his uncle Col Lafe Green on Wednesday Cot S C Herbst of Milwaukee Wis was a visitor here this week He owns the Old Judge Distillery Mr Chas D Glllospie of the Even lug Post Louisville was in the city Monday in the interest of his paper Rev W L McEwan D D of Pitts burg Penn was the guest of his sisters on Shelby street Wednesday Mrs Wm Worrall of New York City who attended the funeral of Col Late Green returned homo Thursday Mr Elmoro Settle who has been the guest of his father Judge W E Settle loft yesterday on route to the west Mrs R L Grinstead who has boon the guest of her son Mr Fred L Grinstead In Lexington has returned home lir Al W Smith left Tuesday for a visit in Louisville and Kalamaoo Mich Will return to Frankfort in AprilMrs W G Gay and son of Pisgah who have been guests of her sister Mrs Jno W Reading have returned homeI quality8Ocquality 5ve P Children Cloaks at Less than Half Trice Ladies and Misses Cloaks Less than Half Price Ladies Tailored Suits your choice for S59S One lot of Fur Scarfs at Less than Half Price CHARLES WEITZEL daugh11tel Mrs Chas E Vreeland who has been the guest of her son Rev WI Q Vreeland In Lexington has returned home Miss Edwina Thompson of Ver sallies who has been the guest of her cousin Miss Nora Marshall has returned home Miss Louise Van Winkle of Danville who has been the guest of her brother Mr A C Van Winkle has returned home Mr R R Wilson and Mr M R Todd returned Monday from Benson Arizona where they went to look at some copper mines Mrs Sue L Graves of Logansport Ind who was called here by the death of her mother Mrs S E Innes re turned home on Monday- A delightful german was given on Thursday evening at the Country Club A big crowd was present and a delight ful entertainment enjoyed Miss Hannah Innes of Torreon Mexico who was called here by the death of her mother Mrs S E Innes returned hoftKfvbn Monday Mrs Cleo Whaley and Mrs Kate Whaley who have been tho guest of Mrs Judge ORear during the Poultry Show returned home today Capt Thos Smith U S A Is the guest of his mother in law Mrs Eliz abeth S Pepper West Main street Capt Smiths family are with him Masters Alex and Lewis Graveswho were called here by the death of their grandmother Mrs S E Innes haveI returned to their home at Logansport Ind Mrs E E Abbett and Miss Mary Louise Chambers left yesterday for Annapolis Md to be present at the graduation of Cadet Harry J Abbett I of the Naval Academy Mrs J C W Beckham entertained her lady friends on Thursday after noon A large crowd of handsomely dressed ladies attended notwithstand ing the Inclement weather Mr J S Crutchfield and wife ol Pitsburg Penn wero guests of her I parents Mr A Pllkington and wife Campbell street this week leaving Wednesday fpr a trip to Florida Judge H D Moorman Maj M Morris Dr R T Dempsey Mr T J Moore Mr J T Owen Mr C V Robertson Col E L Robertson Mu- M F Beard and wife all of Falls of j Rough attended the burial of Col Lafe Green on Wednesday Miss Susan Frith of Kankakee mj rendered a delightful solo at tne First Baptist Church on Sunday morning She chose for her solo I Him Face to Face and her r nderingI was exquisite her enunciation of every word being clear and bell lihe so different from that of many vocal ists Miss Frith also sung at the Y HerIboth occasions The women of Frankfort are praising Father Williams Indian Tea aid Herb Tablets every day They are undoubtedly the best Female Tonics and Regulators known and are fast becoming the best selling female preparation we have ever handled Frankfort Drug Co Druggists vir 0 J 7 Inventory Sale NEXT WEEKt I1- x 4 os9nar We promise you some of the most attractive offerings yet including Short Lengths and Remnants of Dress f Goods at half their value Waistings and Other Wash Goods Embroideries ia allwidths and very cheap and fine Ladies Skirts 300 375 and 450 greatly reducedlJackets 300 400 500 ot t Misses Coats A few Misses Rain Coats 350 and 450 were 500 and 750 fr F J HEENEYt j r L AM READY TO MAKE TtfE B- ESTPHOTOS k it And all Styles of Portraits and Groups at mynew Gallery South Frankfort Bridge 1ble ItJI FREE T From Isaac Shelby to J C W Beckham ALL OF KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS Tho First Time Their pictures Have Ever Been Published FREE I I The Evening Post has for several years endeavored to secure pictures of all Governors and has at last succeeded in securing them through the assistance of tucky State Historical Society In order to place these pictures in n permanent form they have been KentuckyIgroup in an Atlas showing Kentucky with latest census all the presidents of the United States Rulers and Flags of all nations statistical data history of the KussoJanan Wnr also late maps of the United ama Canal and Western Hemisphere reports of the last three and much other historical a This unique and valuable Atlas Is FREE to ALL EVENING POST SUBSCRIBERS If not now a subscriber send 300 for n full years subscription by mail or Jzoo for six f months subscription Understand that these rates arc by only and that the sub d I1ThePer the Home mIlt tvnittg Pont LOUISVILLE KY 1s Special Price on Chart and Evening Post with this Paper 1 f I t1WN Rp ssat i 11- C 1 1s i A Brilliant Event Featuring Alluring Arrays of New Whilr Merchandise at Prices Exceptionally Magnetic An apt title THE WHITE SHOWER suggested by tho good old custom of showering blushing brides with linen though possibly it would be nearer the mark if wo called overytliingthatskeep up the enthusiasm to Mm last Dmii miss n day Come insnect admire and profit Lily Brand Muslin Un derwear t Non swent shop sanitary made refined styles unequaled in fit and values u New Spring Showing ytDrawers 25c 85c Toe 100 Gowns oOc Tnc 100 150 tiSkirts SOc 75c 100 125 fCorsft Covers 25c Uflc SOc 100 Chemise SOc to 150 d Jl THE SOCIAL WHIRL Ij Tho Social Whirl a musical omecly in two acts ay Charles Doty and Joseph Herbert who wrote the book Mr Herbert contributing tho t lyrics and Gustava Kerker who pro Tided the music is tho latest great musical success under the Shuhert management It will be precented at the Capital Theater Friday Feb The pieco was staged by R H Bumside general stage manager for the Shuberts and is elaborately equip poll with all the stage paraphernalia Embroideries and Laces The most superb exhibit of ex clusive patterns 3 in wide Hamburg 5c 6 in wide Hamburg lOc 10 in wide Hamburg J8c 17 In wind Corset Cover Edg ing loc Fine Showing High Class Sots h Inecessary for a production of such- magnitude The chorus is a strictly metropolitian aggregation of the pret ObItalnableabove the average that it helped to make the summer run in the Casino New York one of the most phenomnal events in recent theatrical history In The Social Whirl there Is a plot an actual plot that holds together to tho end of the piece and that is full of life and fun of the sidesplitting order The construction of tho piece contlnuIous White Goods 80 In Persian Lawns lOc 32 in Persian Lawns 15c 36 in India Linen 25c 44 in French Lawn 25c 40 in Fine Victoria Lawn 15c J sketches keeping interest sustained to the highest pitch through both acts The name of the piece is supposed to be that of a sandal sheet of that type which so persistently tears th wherewithal for its maintenance el the nervous purses of the wealth an socially consplcious Artie Endicott a social youth with an ambition which leans toward the pad and pencil derives immense enjoyment from his latest contribution is an item concerning a mysterious J E an automobile ride with a prominent Broadway actress and their arrest on the charge of violating the speed law which interesing news is hitched to a threat that unless J E makes him self square with the paper his full name and family history will be vulged in the succeeding issue Julian Endicott his father who Is unaware of his sons connection wit The Social Whirl happens to hav been the hero of the ride and his friend James Ellingham was with him They are reading the item in more or less perturbation when Jack Ellingham ruches in with a copy of that issue and excitedly announces that his initials have ppeared in a scandal item Ijt dawns upon the two real culprits that here is a way out and the three form a mutual protec tion circle to run down the Corr spondence and treat with him The first act Is in the malnurse parlors of Germanlne Du Monde where Artie gleans most of his news the second act is at the Bronxville Club- House From the unfolding of the first situation to the end when the Identity of the correspondent is dis covered there is a continuous succes sion of comedy sene and laughable complications Naturally everything alIIhllndsare fifteen musical numbers all of them bright catchy music set to superior lyrics Among the big hits are Bill Simmons or I Cant Keep Still When the Music Plays Youre Just the Girl Im Looking for with full chorus and stage effects Just Kids a string of musical sketches and A Rainy Day sung by eight shopping girls and eight winsome little bootblacks The dances are full of life and originality Prices for the engagement 50c to 150 advance requests by mail or telegraph will be filed and considered In order of receipt when sale opens at Barrets Wednesday morning Feb 6 at 7 oclock srTOBACCO LAND FOR RENT Twelve acres of land onehalf to hacco land with barn for rent Ap ply to Rev T N Arnold Frankfort K y Foby 2lt OLD IAYLORiTIlE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky MIsj Ex DailyEx All Linen Torchon Laces 15o values for lOc Cottons Sic3nBleached Cotton rca92ze4ffdLEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMARY OF TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE NOV 18 Ai EASTBOUNDWESTBOUND 5 No4 Dally AM Leave SUlldl PM Leave LISttlons P735 25 0 814 8M812 012 5L E Junction 400 Clay City d1S t 410 Stanton 8J5 f940 a ter457 Torrent 780 8411017 5H 707 821 gat to to to to to to to to 810 2O L E Trans Rc for Nos Mt will make with the C k 0 Centrttl Ii for Pine Ridr Trains Nos and will W General P A No 84 No Ex flc Lve IA Ar 980 Jackson 890 1120925 290 Junction 1126 Leo 610 1222 518 1228 FOR bedstead 100 years old Will sell reasonable at this office or nt 100 Ave Side 10 1m for akla WANTED 10 men in each distribute samples of per day for expenses CO Jackson Boulevard Chicago Ills Car Cars leavo Hotel FOR FRANKFORT G15 and every 40 LEESTOWN every 40 Co Supt AND CURE THE WITH cONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Surest and Cure for and LES ills No DailyEx A31 ArI I rJlItlexington IIIWinchester 826I 900s Ito11V5Junction Jien connections Oampton Junction frainsNos128and4 Mountain make connection Beattyvilleh localeManagerGOHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY SundStttns Mls IIA 3f lpMAr 0 285 O K 885 0 1Pe122 Heltchnwa 19 171I 105 1TIforpointsSALE A nt price Apply South SyrnpPnifee e the N State to travel signsSuln SAUNDERS Department P 17Hm Street Schedule Capital SOUTH unltlia m minutes un mI minutes un F V Traction J D SALLEE KILLTHB COUGH LUNGS Dr KingSs New Discovery FOR I60c THROAT LUNG aUIor MONEY BAOL DailyEx No1I INo 21 eas Campton Junction Beattyvllle Junction McDOWELL HLvepM walnut Fourth Quickest FokllOupaftjy 4 tir The Midland Route Local Time Table IN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 NoS4PM J 1 2001 2i1Lv D Frankfort Arl 5623 Summit it Iii 01219jStamping GroundII0 2 41fj Johnson 30 6 80 J Georgetown 2511j C S Depot J ii ew town 8 00S46R3Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q Connects Central at Paris Union Depot with KentuckytConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCL NAT VIA y AM PM iJV Frankfort Ar I13I 111 Georgetown Arj 20SAr rot 400 i BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA Pats A IjP P ii2 rv Frankfort Ar 715 Lv Georgetown Ar 0g31110OKENTUCK CENTRAL R POINTS t uuP tihi1iL Frankfurt A ill 25A720P 47P Georgetown WAOJOP US5PI 7cOAA Purl LI S30A544P A1215Ps20P MP llirlnuiml i rIj 155P riKUMOoOAA Cinoinimtl roP B HARPKU PrtHiinilUcnl fuut JtfCj Woven Wire fenccsti i1D C LAYARD CAgent for for fWot3en Wire Fence Peerless WoOen Wire r Fence and Peerless Jr FenceX12 jt t IC FENCINGNo J b o t t t t t t The frankfort RountlaDoU t Entered at the nostofllra nt Frankfort Ken tucky assecondclnis innilabk matter GEO A LEVIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT FEB 2 1907 DEATH OF COL LAFAYETTE GREEN Col Lafayette Green former Representative from Grn son county died at his home Falls of Rough on while a member of the Legislature met wooed and won Miss Ella Scott daughter of the late Col Robert W Scott of this county t He was a man of quite considerable wealth and later in life was u State Senator from his district He was an upright and honorable gentleman He was a very handsome man and very genial in his disposition- He has taken no part in politics for a number of years He leaves three sons Willis Preston and Robert Scott Green and one daughter Miss Jennie Green to mourn his death His death will cause sadness to many friends here of whom we are one The remains were brought here on Wednesday morning and laid to rest by the side of his wife in our ceme tery DEATH CLAIMS FINE OLD KEN TUCKY GENTLEMAN About 12 oclock on Thursday night Mr John T Hockensmlth who resides on the Peaks Mill pike some five miles from the city passed away at his home aged about 75 years from acute heart failure Mr Hockensmlth was one of the most upright genial and loveable gentleman it has ever been our good fortune to know For many years he was an assist ant keeper of the Penitentiary under the old regime He was eminently a just man square and truein all his dealings 1with his fellowmen and despised Jr doubledealing and deceit He was warmhearted and generous Fto a fault Full of fun and geniality 1r was universally popular wherever known After his retirement from the posi tion he held so long at the Prison he removed to his farm and was happily situatedHe a wife four sons Taylor t Jno T Jr Kirby and Hoge four daughters Mrs Annie Martin Misses BonuiQ Nellie and Eva and a host of warmly attached friends to mourn his sudden demise He was only sick a few hours and passed quickly away We were closely associated with this fine old Kentucky gentleman for years and loved him devotedly To his sorely stricken family We tender our sincerest sympathy The funeral arrangements had not sir been made at the hour we write GIVEN FIVE YEARS FOR HIGH WAY ROBBERY John Mallory colored was given a Ilve sentence in the Circuit Court on Monday for highway robbery in holding up and robbing Ben Gardner several months since if iHvI o Ii ICORKERS AND TWISTERS By Mrs OHoulihan The entire rubber production of the world has been purchased by Rock ofeller and his associates of the Standard Oil Trust This includes the rubber trees and factories of South America of Congo and the new rubber industries of Mexico In the latter country rubber is produced from a shrub or tree This Uree grows extensively In Texas and the entire growth has been burchased by Rockers Mexico at Torron about 1200 effeller and associates Miss Hannah Innes of this county is the secretary and stenographer of ern Mexico at Torren about 1200 miles from Austin Texas by rail The plant had a population of about 2000 and the town Itself though only 11 years old has a population of 30 000The country around is upland and the climate mild the thermometer ranging from 60 to 80 degrees the year roundrThe workmen employed are peons who are industrious and economical On Christmas day last the vicepresi dent of the company distributed among the children of those peons nearly one thousand dollars worth of Christmas presents which Miss Innes and several other ladies had been previously sent to the city of Mexico to purchaseThe from the Mexican tree it not so good as that from tho andIIa good and desirable substi tute The company is preparing to establish a plant In Congo Africa and Miss Innes has been solicited to go to that country and accept a prominent and remunerative position in connection with the new industry She has not yet decided as to the matter of ac ceptance Miss Hannah Innes has many friends in this county and will be remembered as stenographer under Attorney General Hendrlck Later she was employed by the War Department with headquarters at Havana Cuba during the SpanishAmerican war Just before going to Mexico she was secretary and stenographer for the head of the large Seigel Cooper Dry Goods House of New York If the failure to keep the city pavements and streets In fair traversable condition costs the city In one in stance one thousand dollars would it not be well for the Street Committee to at once look after other irregularities in pavements that may prove equally costly There are several ugly places In our knowledge that need attention As the question of conspicuity and birdseye vision seems to be an im portant a prerequisite In the location of public buildings why not put the new courthouse on the top and at the brow of Fort Hill BADLY HURT Mr Cheek the electrician- at the Capital Hotel was badly hurt on Thursday morning by having a heavy dynamo fall from his hands and in his endeavors to catch the machine he was badly cut about the Fish attended to his injuries which nn quite painful Nursing baby Its a heavy strain on mother Her system is called upon to supply nourishment for two Some form of nourishment that will be easily taken up by mothers system is neededScotts Emulsion contains the greatest possible amount of nourish ment in easily digested form Mother and baby are wonderfully helped by its use AlL DRUGGISTS AND 100 f1t tItfII 1r mnt Wi V r f FRANKFORT BOY DIES IN REGU LAR ARMY rMr A Darsle Quire son of the late Mr John T Quire and nephew of U S Deputy Marshal N L McDanioi died In the Philippines recently whllo serving In the Regular Army theIfore his enlistment in the army He was a clever young man The remains will be brought home for Interment but it will be several weeks before they arrive He is the last member of his family his mother dying shortly before he enlisted In the army rCENTENARIAN Mr John Leach who lives about a mile and half below Harpers Ferry Henry county celebrated his 100th anniversary on the 1st day of January Quite a number of friends and rela tives geathered at his home to wish him well Mr Leach Is hale and hearty and from appearance may live several years yet STAMPING GROUND Mr C R Murphy has sold to Mr G R Luttrell of Lexington a house and lot on the Elmvllle pike tor325 Mr Chas Thompson has sold to Mr George Wtfley and brother 14 acres of land on the Woodlake pike just at the Franklin county line for place is known as the Suther land place and the improvements are tolerably good Mrs Varlna Bourne has contracted with Messrs Bradley Perry to erect a five room cottage on her farm at once The farm Is known as the Judge Jos H Lewis place Mr Marston of Owen county a brother of Mrs Bourne will occupy the house when completed DIEDAt the residence of South worth brothers near the Franklin county line Mrs Eulle Clark aged 27 years widow of Mr Clark who was Milled about five years ago while building the ore crusher at the Kislnger mines She leaves a little girl only 7 years of age sLv The first real snow of the winter fell here last Friday to the depth of 8 inches It then turned off cold and good ice was afforded those who gather it for home use Messrs Wigglnton Honaker will handle 30QOOO pounds of pool tobacco The S A E is back of the work A man by the name of Barber from Owen county got off of the F C train here on Thursday night to all appearances drunk There were a number of horses and buggies hitched on the street It Is said Barber captured one of them and started for home It turned out that Mr John Secrests buggy was missing when he came out to go home Telephones were used and the man was traced to within 7 miles of Owenton when he was arrested by officers and taken to Georgetown and lodged In jail Judge Yates held an examining trial on Sat urday and Barber was held over to the grand jury In default of 150 bond and remanded to jail UNO s sMASS MEETING IN BEHALF OF JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION A mass meeting in the interest of the Jamestown Exposition was held at the courthouse on Tuesday night A good sized crowd was In attendance Gen D W Lindsey presided over the meeting and introduced the speakers Rev Dr W II Ramsey Pastor of the Unitarian Church Louisville was the first speaker In eloquent terms he portrayed the situation and the neces sity and advislblllty of Kentucky talc ing a prominent part In tho James town Exposition She being the eld est daughter of the Old Dominion Mr A B Lipscomb and Mr Robt B Franklin followed In stirring speaches Committees were appointed to so licit subscriptions to fill Franklin countys proportion of the 40000 necessary to provide buildings for Kentuckys exhibits and other necessary expenses The enthusiasm was raised to highpoint and the opinion expressed that the amount necessary would be easily raised i1 nd r d jttf 31 f j nst y yc J ijt17i ftL 1 t Pleasant to take rti TrsdnAlntkr Ik Laxative 5INATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION a tsWthenormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their saltsIare irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable if Compound and if used in Constipation will blingjabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling N Bloated Feeling etc auseonsnessI Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE If Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades i Cradles and Fingers r Scythes and Snatches J Ifd j Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine oilfilt Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches fN l Pipe Fittings and wenches t FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc GapitolFoundry Machine Co 1tHOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in and Repairers ofIMachinery and Machine 1 Supplies of All Both New and KindsIWE HAVE FOR SALE Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boller Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam EnginetNne horse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrs200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONES w ii tr i iIJf t Lyftd rtr yni4t bJildvkr I r II Eyes Did Not Close For a Weelti Heart Trouble Baf fled Doctors Dr MilesIIeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me There is nothing more necessary to health than sleep and rest If these arc you if you rise in the morning more tired than when you went to bed there is an affection of the nerves plainly If heart is weak or an inherited tendency In that direction weakened nerves wilt soon o affect your hearts action as to bring on serious chronic trouble Dr Miles Ner vine is a nerve tonic which quiets the nerves to that may come and it quickly restores the weakened nerves to and strength Dr Miles Heart Cure is a great blood and heart tonic which regulates the ac tion of the heart enriches the blood and improves the circulation Some time ago I was suffering severely with heart trouble At times heart would seemingly stop beating and at others it would beat loudly and very fast Three to four hours sleep each night in ten months was all I I could get One week in last September I never closed my eyes I got Dr and Heart Cure at a drugstore in Lawrence burg after spending 30000 in medi cines and doctors in Shelbyville Frankfort Cincinnati and Lawrenceburg r and in three have derived more gotIfrom all the doctors and c think everybody ought to know of the m- arstpower in your remedies HUGHES Fox Creek All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles free book t Nervous and Heart Diseases Addresi yOttt Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind I y RISE IN WHISKY PRICES MAY EQUAL STAMPEDE OF 1881 Within the next six months there is likely to be repeated the wild scram ble for whiskies that occurred In 1881 when the frantic efforts of speculators to secure control of the output caused prices to rise 400 or 500 per cent above the normal level The mad struggle for the product of the din tilleries will be repeated by the blend ing interests this time not on account of speculation but in order to keep in businessThe of the decision of Secretary of Agriculture Wilson which Is expected to be against tine blenders has already caused a stampede and the efforts to buy distilleries and their product are going oh furious ly But there is not enough whisky to go round and so the whiskies are bound to go up The blenders can not afford to give up the use of the terms with which their products are associated and therefore they will be compelled tot conform to the law The postal de partment and other branches of the Government will cooperate with the Secretary of Agriculture with the re wIt that if the blenders atempt to j defy the law their mail may be refused by the postofflco authorities c It Is not believed however that i prosecutions will be made on the score of sales of whisky since the first It the year but before the promulgation of the final standards but that f the department will be lenient until after they are announced The meteoric rise In prices in 1881 j was due to the passage of a bill by Congress introduced by John G Car lisle of Kentucky which extended the bonding period from one to three years and made allowances for the evaporation of the whisky in the bar rels This created the belief that the i demand for straight whiskies would Increase and there was a sharp and phenomenal riso in prices Local whisky men say that they xpect to ace the rise approached if not duplicated Louisville Herald Jan 30 e rCOL ED P BRYAN PROMOTED By the following notice It will be soon that Col Ed P Bryan formerly s t1 this city has been elected to the Presidency of the Interborough Rapid Transit Co of New York City x Col Byrants host of friends at his old homo rejoice at this Information I and feel that there Is nothing to good for the genial Colonel Interborough Rapid Transit Co streetJAt a Special Meeting of the Board of Directors held this day Mr August Belmont resigned the office of Presi dent and was elected Chairman of the Board Mr Edward P Bryan was thereupon elected President of the Company H M FISHER Secretary M i J f tl 5 r Q1r I I LOGS ABOUT READY I First Shipment to Jamestown of Ma aerial for Kentucky Building soon to be Made Before the middle of February it Is to bo used In tho construction of tho Fort of Boonesboro Kentuckys Stato Building at the Jamestown Exposi Lion will have been shipped Tic Building will be completed in ample time for the opening of the Expos heIover the C O Railway and nine or ten cars will be needed to transport tho material- Two carloads of logs will be shipped from Christian county and one or more cars each from Warren McLean Breathltt Grayson Wolfe Pike John son and Powell counties In addition to the logs rough handmade shingles or clapboards for the cabin roofs and strips for the stockade will be sent from this State Mr Chas E Hoge of Frankfort Is Director of Stato Building Construction on tne Ken tacky Jamestown Exposition Commis sion Ho has arranged with a con tractor at Newport News who Is familiar with tho construction of rustic bungalows and similar buildings rustic bungalows and similor buildings to erect the modern part of Boones boroThe Fort will be patterned after the original structure erected by Daniel Boone within present oundi3 of Madi son county It will be 150 feet long and 75 feet wide facing on the beach of Hampton Roads The main entrance to the stockade will be but a few paces from the ocean waters Four block houses or cabins being two stories high Two center cabins connected by a piazza and each 20 feet square will furnish the main pavilion for the Fort Two other cabins will be located near the center of the rear stockade As has been previously reported thot slte for Kentuckys Building is declared by Exposition officials and others to be the handsomest at this Worlds Fair The building will be on the edge of a beautiful pine grove of 500 trees some of the trees grow ing from within tho stockade A flagstaff 75 to 100 feet high will be raised jn front of the main cabins In addition to furnishing the Blue Grass State with the most unique home on the Exposition grounds the Fort of Boonesboro will be a splendid exhibit of Kentucky forestry Col 11 H Crump of Bowling Green Di rector of Forestry Exhibits for the Kentucky Commission has devoted much time and attention to assist ing Commissioner Hoge In securing the logs for the building Appropriate inscriptions will be made of the names of persons and firms furnishing the logs and of the counties in which the timber was grown Kentuckys Building will be a dls tance of about three or four blocks from the main court of the Exposition grounds A Womans Back Has many aches and pains caused by weaknesses and falling or other displacement of the pelvic organs Other symp toms of female weakness aro frequent headache dizziness Imaginary specks or dark spots floating before the eyes gnaw ing sensation in stomach dragging or bearing down In lower abdominal or pelvic region disagreeable drains from pelvic organs faint spells with general weakness If any considerable number of the above symptoms are present there Is no remedy that wrNjjlvo quicker relief or a more per- tma than Dr PIerces Favorite Pre twsSJt has a record of over forty years of cureA It Is tho most potent f vh0r tine tonic nut trtuthnlnl IH lDo known t 11lifllcal science it Is made of the glyccric extracts of native medici nal roots found in our forests and contains not a drop of alcohol or harmful or habitforming drugs Its ingredients are all printed on tho bottlewrapper and at tested undnr oath us correct Every ingredient entering into Fa vorito Prescription has tho written endorse lent of the most eminent medical plUctlcomoro nonprofessional testimonials though the latter aro not lacking having boon con tributed voluntarily by grateful patients in number to exceed the endorsements given to rny qtlicr medicine extant for tho euro of womans Ills You cannot afford to accept any medlclno of unknown composition as a substitute for this well proven remedy op KNOWN COMPOSITION oven though tho dealer may make a little more profit thereby Your interest in regaining health Is paramount to any selfish Interest of his and it Is an insult to your Intelligence for him to try to palm off upon you a substitute You know what you want and it Is hits busi ness to supply tho article called for Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets aro the original Little Liver Pills first put up by old Dr Plerco over forty years ago much Imitated but never equaled Little sugarcoated granules oasy to take as candy I riy f- wfI Vtf l tttrt J i ITHE 0NLg CABINET FO- REconomical Women Its the one that lasts n lifetime lull yet is not highpriced ThnlH tho MuDougnll And economical women know it Tho MoDougall people make nod well iive tiino as many kitchen cabinets ns any other con cern Why Simply because they mike theta bettor McDougall Kitchen Cabinets t Arc not highpriced 1SOO to 2800 There are imitations that sell for less lint tho McDougall is always a blessing and not a nuisance is dnst roof mouse proof and easily cleaned and PAYS FOR ITSELF quickly by saving kitchen supplies Ho its economy to buy a iMcDoDgall R ROGERS SONS SOLE AGENTS Frankfort Ky POULTRY SHOW Splendid Exhibit and Unusually High Class of Birds The Second Annual Exhibition of the Kentucky State Fanciers and Breeders Association was held in this lonlday livan building on Ann street and both the lower floor next to Dr Gayles drug store and all the rooms in tho second story of both buildings were filled with the fowls on exhibition Any one who did not visit the exhi bition missed a rare treat The large number and high quality of the in vidual birds was a surprise and a revelationChickens of all the various breeds turkies geese ducks and pigeons in all varieties were there and the con tests were close and required the very Incest judgment in making the selec tions in awarding uie premiums Judge Shaw proved himself to be an impartial and dlsuirlmlnatlng official and there was no cause for any protests from his awards The officers and promoters of the fair have every reason to be grati fied at the success of the affair both as an exhibition of fine breeds of fowls and as a financial matter Large crowds of people attended from the time the doors were opened on Monday until the close both day and night The premiums were liberal and well worth contending for They were so attractive and the display year so fine that many breeders from other counties and cities brought their pets hereWe believe from what we can learn about the matter that this exhibition is to be a permanent one and each year will grow In Interest and at tractivenessWe the premium list In full so soon as It can be procured We congratulate the management upon the result i SLIGHT BLAZE TUESDAY EVEN ING Shortly after 0 oclock on Tuesday evening an alarm from box 20 called the fire boys to the second hand store of Mr M E Gordon on Broadway street The blaze was a slight one was extinguished by the time the boys reached the scono oJ WINS BIG SUIT In the Court of Appeals on Tues day an opinion was handed down reversing the judgment of the Frank in Circuit Court in the case of J W Johnson v E If Taylor JriC Sons and directing the dismissal of tho petition of Johnson Johnson sued tho corporation claim to be the owner of a controlling Inter est in the stock of the corporation Johnson won his contention hi tho lower court- Judgo Hobson in writing the opin ion of the Court of Appeals hold that Johnson was only accommodation holder of the stock and was not really the owner The amount Involved was between I 15000 and 25000 t I k+ ll li iIi1 LET US FIGURE FOR YOU Thecost of Painting and Repairing your Vehicle A good vehicle is vorth saving and frequently a small amount ex pended will double its will cost you a new one u Drop us H card and our representative will call to see you Now is the time to have your vehicle overhauled and painted Seller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY H K WARD President C 1Seca JI A Happy New Year Is assured to all users PRIDE OF MADISON FLOURt r 1 tlj tlFor Sale by all Grocers cA Sendus your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit t and Produce t HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones d7 m tlf1t J Value JOHN DRiSCOLL Qua litV The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High tirade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place I JOHN DRISCOLL 2l6JSt Clair St Frankfort KentuckyI A VALUABLE LESSON I Six years ago I learned a valuable lesson writes John Pleasant of Magnolia Ind I then began taking Dr Kings New Life Pills and the longer I take them the beter I find them They please everybody Guaranteed by all druggists 25c LittleEarly Risers The famous little pits l J i M of d In fortheUllnkrnfitl Hal1lruptZonirapt for discharge tiled on the 5th a of 5ovcnthcrAD1tUliitisordcrtdbythecourt a upon samo on the lath day of February A DlllOj before said court lit in said district at 11 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as IlrlltlcllhlllIlIll that notice thereof bo pub JIIn The Frankfurt Roundabout 11 newspaper printed in said district nod that known and other portions in in r terest may appear at said time and place mad show rouse any they have wh tho prayer of said not be granted CochranJtulgo ofJanuaryO CIIAPMAI xFebtL4y i 4 1 4f I f t WE SELL THE BESTTHAT IS WHAT WE DO tj f yr We sell the Best Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds Etc ii To be Found in the Call and examine our Splendid Assortment You are not compelled to StateIin Kentucky and you will be shown the same consideration as if you wished to t Rem ember The Best of everything in stock and prices are very low for such a class of goods q I r IM A SELB RT jo MARRIED CLARK CALLAHANIn C i n cin natl Ohio on Thursday Mr Vernon L Clark of Phoenix Arizona and Mrs Mary Callahan of Dayton Ohio were married Mr Clark was a former resident of this city an employe of the Mason Hoge Co afterwards Secretary of the Kentucky Midland Railroad He was a hustling and enegertlc gentleman and universally popular while a resident of this city His bride is said to be a handsome and loveable lady- Congratulations are extended PFEIFFERCRAIG this county- on Wednesday Mr Robt H Pelffer and Miss Catherine Craig were mar- a riedRODMANJENNI N G SI n 0 kl a homa City Okla on Wednesday Mr r J Garrard Rodman and Miss Ethel Jennings were married Mr Rodman is the second son of the late Mr James Rodman Jr and is t one of the finest boys ever sent out from this city to build up the west He is a handsome and popular young man jt rj His bride is said to be one of the OklahomaCityThe happy young couple will soon Visit his mother Mrs Guy Barrett in this city We tender our heartiest congratula tions to them PROF HOG Distinguished Weather Prognosticator to Arrive Today Saturday Feb 2 is the day set for the annual visit of that distinguished weather prognosticator Prof G Hog He will make his appearance at the hour of high noon His stay In our midst depends entirely upon the state of things at that time If it is as it is at this writing this distinguished individual will re- maint here several months but if the weather be bright sharp and clear he will immediately take his depart ure to a warmer and more congenial may be those who scoff at th idea of this distinguished individuals claims as to weather indications but- you just wait and see how it works If this honerest individual concludes to remain he will be gladly welcomed NEIGHBORS GOT FOOLED was literally coughing myself to death and had become too weak to leave my bed and neighbors pre dieted that I would never leave it alive but they got fooled for thanks be to God I was induced to try Dr Kings New Discovery It took just four one dollar bottles to completely cure the cough and restore me to good sound health writes Mrs Eva Un capher of Grovertown Stark Co Ind This King of cough and cold cures and healer of throat and lungs is guaranteed by all druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free LATEST STYLES IX WALL PAPER rIhave n full line of nil the latest styles III wall paper Gall und ex ftimnr stock C M BRIDGEFORD Main Street Opposite Engine House 23tf Dr Wearers Syrup and Cerate Ittccusfol treatment for blood and akin dLieMaa k lltii1f e GRAVE DANGER The first and most seductive peril and destroyer of young men says Mr Carnegie in the Empire of Business I am no temperance lecturer in disguise but a man who knows and tells you what observation has proved to him and I say to you that you are more likely to fall in your career from acquiring the habit of drinking liquor than from any or all the other tempta tions likely to assail you You may yield to almost any other temptation and reformmay brace up and if not recover lost ground at least remain in the race and secure apd main tams a respectable position But from the insane thrist for liquor escape is almost impossible I have known but few exceptions to the rule SWiTZER The boys and girls seem to enjo coasting this week Mr Tommie Jones of Georgetown College spent last Sunday with hi parents Prof and Mrs EtR Jones Mrs W B Dawson was called to Georgetown on last Saturday by the death of her brotherinlaw Mr C B Cobb V httvlnaattended the marriage of Miss Carrie- Brock has now returned to her home in Lexington Mr and Mrs Clay Costigan spent last Tuesday with her parents Mr and Mrs J B Hockensmith Mrs John Easely of Stamping Ground Is the guest of Mrs J H South this week Miss Ola Luttrell of Owen county is now attending this school Mr Nile Morse and Miss Lillian Thomasson of Frankfort were the guests of relatives here on last Sunday Mrs J W Poindexter is on the sick list this week Some prospects of another wedding soonMrs W J Lynn spent last week in Frankfort with her parents Miss Puss Smith who has been a visitor in Frankfort for several weeks returned home on last Sunday even IngDIEDOn last Friday Mrs Ura Clark near this place aged 26 years She was the widow of Mr Will Clark who was accidently killed at the lead mines a few years ago She leaves a litle daughter father mother two sisters and three brothers to mourn her loss The funeral services were conducted from the North Fork Baptist Church on last Sunday mornj ing by Rev W N Taylor and the rev mains were laid to rest In this ceniej extendedtheir feel sorrowICall not IIocrOn the Soon part no more When we leave this world of changes When we leave this world of care We shall find our missing loved one1 In our Fathers mansion fair FORGET ME NOT Dr Cadys Condltfon Fowlers are just what a horse needs when in condition Tonic blood purifier aJl1 vermifuge They are not food bf medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and Compte Gayle kt4 t t if Iif ti iM1ei Yyvtl ld f BERTHS SCOTTAt Lakeland on Wedn day Mr John L Scott Jr aged 35 years Mr Scott was the oldest child of the late Col Jas L Scott Sr He w a talented and well read young law yer and was stedlly rising in his pro fession when he was stricken wi an incurable disease He leaves one brother Mr Walter C Scott of California and three sisters Mrs Mattie Ringo of Louisville Misses Minnie and Mamie Scott of Cincinnati to mourn his untimely end The remains were brought here dn Thursday by Col A B Hammond and laid awdy in the family lot in our cemetery Mr Scott was a manly man and isymark in life but for the untoward disease that cut him down in the careersWomen with sunken cheeks hole low eyes and dull sallow complexion can restore their youthful plumpness and rosy cheeks by the use of Father Williams Indian Tea or Herb Tablets ygare Co VERSAILLES PUBLIC BUILDING LOCATED The agent of thy United Stat Government went to Versailles recen ly and examined the various sites offered for the location of the post of ficeThe lots on the corner of Main and Morgan streets immediately opposite the Old Dean House were selected and the 25000 appropriation will be used to erect a handsome postofflce at that is decidely the best and most convenient location for the building ONLY RA LkO- ADSOUTH EQUIPPED WITH AUTOMATIC z ELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS AND SOUTHERN U lWAV FROM CmmNfdATI TO ALL inPORNNt CITIES SouthISoutheast and Southwest UHESEEKEnS FtnST tArn Information and Hates Addresg HCKINQCPTA E Main St Lexington Ky T W OARRETT General MnagerM W c RINEARSON a P Adci O R a it i i1Ji YY tJrIj i Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair Street IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD FEBRUARY ASSIGNMENTS IN SEVENTH DISTRIC- Ts The assignments of storekeepers and gaugers in the Seventh district for February are as follows No1 Stoll Company Lexingto- as John T Gunn day John M Stevenson additional and bottling T E Oldham mealroom W T Seller- th night H S Forman and W T Crag han gaugers No2 Kentucky River Distillery Frankfort Buckner McElroy day J R Spiers additional George A Ben ton additional C M Kash bottling C N Wiard gauger No3 H E Pogue Distillery Company Maysville HtG Holiday day J S Wallingford additional and bot- tlIng Oscar Grisby gauger No4 W A Gaines Co Frankfort W D Blanding day J L Cox additional W P Bacon additional C H Morgan additional W H Sneed bottling W H Blakenship night T J Craig mealroom J E Hanrahan and W M Saffell gaugers No 5 Jas E Pepper Co Lexing ton J R Sams day Z J Phelps additional and bottling D C erryma gaugerNo6 Poyntz Bros Company Maysville Ky P D Wells store keepergaugerNo Greenbaum Midway- S W Lyne day R H Davenport addl tional J W Black additional P S Rule mealroom Geo P McCann bot- tlIng W C Crawford night W T gatu No 10 Peacock Distillery Co Ki serton W W Cherry day C L Hough additional and bottling J Hutchcraft gauger No 11 S C Herbst Frankfort U G Carey day J G Brawner addl tional and bottling C N Wiard gaugerNo 14The G G White Company Paris J 11 Walker day A B Piper additional J A Logan meal room W B Anderson bolting R L Zim merman night A G Leonard gau ger No 17 Old McBrayer Distilling Co Mt Sterling J J Kearns day F N Cisco additional and bottling W F Croghan gauger No 24 J H Rogers Company Maysville Frank Harting day W C SI ye additional and bottling Oscar Grlgsby gauger No 32 E M Babbitt Versailles- C H Talbot day George T Mont joy additional and bottling J T Berry gaugerNo 33 eGorge Darker Frankfort Speed F Owen day D Harp ad ditional and bottling E B Davis mealroom Alfred M Bradley mIdi tional George M Johnson nightI John Stephanskl gauger No 37 John Cochran Company Frankfort W A Hamilton day L H Flnnell additional and bottling Waller R Fannin additional I T West meal room D E Reid night- S A Powell h auger No 48 N T Boggs Blame C Os Ill0 storekcepcrganuyer No 50 W J Frazier Versailles Gus Whitehouse storekeeper gauier No 52 Labrot Graham Frank fort W L Baker day E Craig additional and boiling R H Whitting ton meal room S D PInkerton No 53 E H Taylor Jr Sons Frankfort J R Dagley day L W additional Henry Newsom ad Tanner bottling F C Van Hoose H C Eveorett meal room J gaugerI RolI 1 r I J v la Fannin storekeeper ugerJNo 77 Paris Distilling Company Paris J M Rusell day L JL Sladeg additional C T Throckmorton ad ditional W G Cook bottling JllShye meal room R D Grant night Hgtchcrafrngaugers No 91 J J M Saffell Frankfort mealsroom T L Whittakor additional ant bottling A G Gottschalk additional- E J Martyn night F D Clark gaui ger No 105 Buffalo Springs Dist Co Stamping Ground H S Sinclair days S P Willis aditional John Stephan Iski gaugerINo 106 W A Gaines k Co Fran fort L F Brown day L F T Steep addilloonal Will Robinson meal room W R Dudley additional R B Woodford addltioonal G W MOo Connell additional B F Fannin bot tling A F Van Hoose night T Lv McConneell L L Lemaster and H 8 Bell gaugers sNo 113 The Goo T Stagg Company Frankfort J H Murray day B H Smith additional J G Barnett ad IinR Diggs night D B Walcutt gauges N 303 J D Lewis CaiMj Claj Cisco storekeepergauger- No 341 J T Harper Gimlet B F Thorn berry storekeeperganger No 343 D O Williams Maine JL D Blair storekeepergauger General Bonded WarehousesfLexington Public Warehouse Como pany Lexington F G Sparks and JL Strauss storekeepergaugers General StorekeeperGauger PGarlandR Rullock Gaugers at Rectifiers Shannon Jk Company J E Pepper Co R SL Strader Son Lexington Ky T KL fShelby gauger 7 J P Williams Frankfort T L litConnell gaug- erSPLENDID Ii OFFER splerldidLouisville Herald AND Houndabout 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 homo news and the news of the political campaign now on Send in names and cash 60 YEARS IXPEpI NCr S TRADE I MARKSIAnyone sending n Bltotch and description may uuInventiontoils strlctlyconttdantial on Iuteuto eceurtugpateuts1ntoftts itclat notice without Gismo in the Scientific American hnndflomolr Illustrated weekly Tnnrcat can of any sclontltlo journal Terms year four months f1 Sold all newsdealers mUNN Co361Broadway Now York Branch F at Washington D CoISnlp Dr Wesrere Sritrrpsdttce the bloodOerate rah tit er lietl t fcr r a- iVitSi i hitts It Main St I c 3073Q9 St I I L ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn rector j will conduct services at follows 930 a m Sundayschool 11 a mPrayer and Sermon 730 p m Evening Prayer and Ser ji mon The Prophet Jonah will be the ti subject of evening sermon Wednesday evening prayer at 730 1 pm Everybody invited to attend L r BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach at lla m and 730 p m itThc prophet Jonah will be the 1 subject of tho evening sermon t Sundayschool at 945 in the chapel Baraca class at 945 a m taught rIo by s tliePastorBaptist Peoples Union at + 645 p m in the chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 730 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free it In1 l CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rov 0 R Hudson pastor wul preach at 11 a m and3bp m- ThelProphet Jonah will be the subject of the evening sermon Sundayschool at 930 a m In theIo chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday even K ing at 730 In the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclockrr f Everybody Invited g CATHOLIC Father Thomas S MajorrectorJLow Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Slmday school at 2 p m v Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH i Rev Dr H a Dosker of Louis 4vine will preach at 11 a m and 730 f JP m I Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian r Endeavor at GtSO p m rFPraermeetlng Wednesday evening 0 At 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed 0a I METHODIST CHURCH Rov J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 n m and 730 p m The Prophet Jonah will be tho subject of tho evening sermon at 945 a m Prayer moeting on Wednesday even- Ing at 730 p m Everybody Invited to attend It SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 4lov Writ Crowe the pas 1 tor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m The Prophet Jonah will bo tho subject of the evening sermon Young Peoples Society at 7 p m mfevening at 730 p m- Everybody invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sun d a y uA J G t l l Ii 1 77 le 7 JIJN A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME TO GET A HEATING STeVE 4 y PRICE GUT In order to make room for Other Seasonable Goods t We also have a full line of Ranges Grates Mantles Clover Timothy Orchard Grass BlueGrass Seed Gill and Examine same and Get Prices II 307309 SOWER GO Stajn 0 RELIGIONS CHURCHRev Sundayschool 31p CHRISANIICHURCHBro 10 at 11 oclock RISING RROM THE GRAVE A prominent manufacturer Wm A Fertwell of Lucama N C relates a most remarkable experience He says After taking less than three bottles of Electric Bitters I feel like one rising from the grave My trouble is Brights disease in the Diabetes stage I fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me permanently for It has already stopped the liver and bladde complications which have troubled me for years Guaranteed at all druggists Price only 50c NEW In the Circuit Court on Thursday Judge Stout handed down his decision refusing a new trial in the case of Uettschis heirs v L N R R The railroad asked a new trial on the ground that false evidence was given In the former trial The jury had awarded 10000 damages fbr the killing of Mr Robert 1Ueltschl by aC O freight train When you get up with a bad taste and fur coat on the tongue no ap petite use Father Williams Indian Tea or Herb Tablets it will cleanse the stomach move the bowels and make you feel like a new person Sold only by Franktort Drug Co DISTINGUISHED PHYSICIAN DY ING We regret exceedingly to learn that Dr C J Walton of Munfordville is fallfromDr Walton is one of the best beloved citizens of Hart county He is 85 years of age He served as a Surgeon in the Federal Army during the Civil War and also served three or four terms in the Kentucky Senate u A GOOD NIGHTS REST dogteFor I treasuwCouldqThe greatest tonic on earth is a good nights rest Restless nights an the terrible exhaustion of a cough arc consumptiveqButfew doses of Dr Boschces German Syrup will insure refreshing sleep entirely free from cough or night sweat Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by taking German Syrup ovqthirtyfiveGerman Syrup will speedily relieve of cure the worst coughs colds os lung troublesand that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup will work wonders itQTwo 25C and 750 AU druggist For sale by J W Gayle N r J- t t fr TO LINDYS illBACK back to Lindys back t to the old farm place Where the friends I knew were true as blue and poverty no disgrace I want Jo forget the slighting thrush e and the rattletybang The whistles toot the rumbling cart and the car bells noisy clang Id like to go back aroving in the drowsy afternoons And drown the sounds of the grimy town in an ocean of clover blooms I want to go back to Lindys back to the Stubtoe Land Where it didnt take much of learn ing to make folks understand Where the grasp of a hand was rugged the clasp was firm and true And the eyes of the man behind them looked honest and frank at you I want to steal off at twilight as I did when the sun sank low And dream the dreams that were mine to dream in the hazy afterglow I want to go back to Lindys back thro the stretch of years want ttrgobSck to the boyhood tract beyond the dpubts and fears It seems but a step back yonder to the fields and the rose Ujeaf rain A step in miles but ah the yearsI linked in an endless chain What little the world has doled I would barter it all thrice over to live in its sweet enfold I want to go back to Lindys where the white road winds away Oer valley and hill and dale and 1111I to the rim of distant gray I want to get out in the open where- a fellow has elbow room Wnere hes never afraid to cross the street for fear he will meet his doom Back to tho fragrant orchard and the cool of the grateful sod For that was as near I reckon as ever Ive been to God LETTER LIST The followingVjs tho list of advertised letters tho week ending Febninry H Adams Mrs Jane Lee Annie Baker Mrs Cordia Bryant S C Browne Mrs Addle Chllds Charles W lInn Emmett Fletcher S W w- Gwogln J WaHellier Rev Frank vv Benton Enda Jasper Robert r v- Keffer Willie Lewis R G X 5 Mourn Mss CarricA Miller Mrs r Nunn Miss Virginia PordS Miss S I Petty Charles E Richardson Rossell Uobberts AhlnIlit Raglst Miss Reding Mrs Laura Short Johnny Swims Sea White Miss C Watson Ebb West Mrs Mattlo When calling for tho above please say advertised lotfersI GEO L BARNES f of l i fIt WINS His CASE Mr Schnyler B Mayhall the vet eran Express Messenger won his suit in the Circuit Court on Thursday against the city of Frankfort for in juries sustained by falling into an open ditch at the depot last year The jury awarded him 5000 He sued for 10000 Mr Mayhall has been unable to resume his position on the railroad since he was injured u TO BUILD BRANCH RAILROAD contemplaterailroad from the Old Crow Distill ery on Glens Creek to Jetts Station on the L N R R The road will only be about five miles long and will be of immense advantage to this big distillery as they do an Immense amount of shipping both of grain into the distillery and of the flninshed product of their stills from tho dis tillery To Stop a Cold with Preventics 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 Pneumonia or Bronchitis Preventics are little toothsome candy cold cure tablets selling little 5 cent and 25 cent boxes If you are chilly If you begin to sneeze try Preventics They will surely check the cold and please you Sold by all dealers JAMESTOWN ONCOM MITTEE ASKS CONTRIBUTIONS The following leter from the committee appointed for the purpose by the mass meeting on Tuesday night explains itself We trust you have the disposition to assist Frankfort and Franklin county to raise our proportion of the necessary 40000 If you can not send a liberal subscription send what amount you can however small and it will be appreciated We ask for a prompt responseGEO L PAYNE e W W LONGIOORE H H ROBERTS DR J W GAYLE iODW O LEIGHCommittee PAIN Pain In the h adpa in nnywluT has lit cause InlnlscOIlglstiollIain is Mooil iiv unmottling olSQ usually At least so siays lr hoop and to prove It ho linn iTont d a llttk pink tablet That tablut cnllHtl Dr Snoops Itaatlnuho Tablet coaxes Mood tirosaure away from palm centers Its oiTvutfeibiimiinff plonsluxlydtUuhtftilOently though sufoly it surely oqutUUcs tho blood circu lationIf have ix hfnutaohc Its blood pressure If Its painful porUxls with women same cause If you nro sUtptoi restless nervous Its blood congestion blixxl pressure That surely is a certainty for Dr Slumps Headache Tablets stop In 20 minutes and tho tablets simply distribute unnatural blood pressure Bruise your linger and doesnt It get red and and pain you Of course It does Its con trcstion blood pressure Youll find it whoro pain It always Its simply Common Sense Wo sell nt 25 cents and cheerfully recommend Dr SHoops HeadacheTablets ALL DEALERS 4 NOTICE 1 i OJ 11 The Local Carpenters rJnionj eighth take effect April 1st 1907 20lOt BLUE GRASS TRACTION t COMPANY INTERURBAN LINESyParis Division I Leave Lexington every hour from 6am to 7 p m and at 9 and 11 p in Leave Paris every hour from 0 a m to 7 p m and 10 p in a Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 680a LeaveLeavem to 815 p m1 and at 10 p m Versailles Division y hourfromin Leave Versailles very hour from 548a m to 645 p m and at b15 and lOp mu 7 E T Phone 610 Home Phone 174 Manager2tf t RAILROAD TIME TABLE WEST BOUNDaNo 19 L N Frankfort Accom modation departs 540 a m daily ex cept Sunday No ci L X departs 755 a m Sunday only No 21 C O Via Shelbyville 4 departs 920 a m dailyJNo 17 L N departs 940 a m- dallr except SundayxNo 15 L N departs 340 p m rfdaily except Sunday No 23 C 0 Via Shelbyville departs 615 p m dally 4 EAST BOUND- s No IS L N leaves 950 a m daily except Sunday No 22 C 0 leaves 1018 a m ter dallyvNo 16 L 8 N leaves 420 p m s daily except SundayjNo 20 L N Frankfort Accom modative arrives 615 p m daily ex r edit Sunday No 21 C 0 leaves 759 p m daily No 62 L N leaves S26 p m s Sunday only C 0 trains arrive and depart 7 f1imeL ft N trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive and depart from Tenth and Broadway Station ifLouisvilletfFrankfort Accommodation arrives tIk and departs from First and Water Street Stntlol1f i P C t bHttl1llIs rIJ W WATSON Ticket Age JIi t RySchedule j ject to clmult without notice r J1 Limited for Louisville Nashville Morn i phis West anti Southwest 020 A 31 and 514 P M Dnil Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Itichinond Old f Point and Norfolk 1010 A M and S0111 Dally 23 lyrr1 b 5- taP ei P S P M iTTY 1 rT t F t iI f riSpr rl1ttl MeCL UREsIWinter Clearance Sale BEGAN ON FRIDAY TAN 11TH nIrfiIP1 NI This will be the greatest sale ever held in Frankforts greatest store as j a fitting end to by far the largest years business ever done by any Frank l fort mercantile house The greatest stocks ever owned by a Frankfort business house at this period of the year go into this sale We are making the greatest price reductions we have ever made for we do not carry goods from one season to another Come early for the highest grade merchandise known goes in this sale at price reductions which are really wonderful CLOTHING hSUITS AT 14 Worth S35 830 and 825 Choice of any mans or young mans fancy suit in the store for 14 You save 21 on the highest priced suit in the lot and nearly as many in the lot are Worth 30 and 35 as are worth 25 less than half price This is the great est clothing offer we have ever mad- eSUITS AT 850 Worth S3O 818 and 815 Practically every mans fancy suit in the store not included in the lot at X14 is in this lot at 850 This is the deepest cut we have ever made on pop = lIar priced suits Less than half price on many of them ONEFOURTH OFF ON PANTS tAstraight reduction through our pants stock of 25 per cent f KNEE PANTS AT 50c 0iAlot 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 and 300 a suit HALF PRICE MENS SOX About 75 dozen mens fancy socks worth 50c a pair in this sale at 25c BOYDENS 6 AND 7 SHOES 450 About 75 pair of this famous make of mens fine shoes are included in this offer S5 MENS SHOES 350 A big lot here including patent colt vici kid gun metal leathers in lace button and blucher Shoos 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 4 OVERCOATS tAT 14 v J tW ft Worth 35 30 and 825 Jy1fi 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 f rx p C OVERCOATS AT 850 f Jj Mf t Worth 818 816 and 815 V i 1 frN J tv IJsregulationt4 ky1 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 THALF PRICE TIES Choice of any 50c tie in the storeexcept solid blacks and whites at 25 cents I JJ SHOES J LAIRD SCHOBERS SHOES 375 All of Laird Schober shoes in welt soles selling regularly at 500 area included in this offer WOMENS 4 SHOES 275 Including patent colt and dull leathers in a variety of styles in both lact and button All with welt soles and all this seasons styles WOMENS SHOES AT X225ffRegu- lar 300 sellers and one or two styles that sold at 350 No Queen JQuality shoes are included i Many odd lots in all departments not advertised will be displayed and sold at very low prices This is a cash sale We can not send goods on approval nor exchange them Alterations in clothes charged for a c R K MCCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST 4F FRANKFORT KY 4 b r rtpVV jn 4j I Rvit y