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L M 1rtIW jlti I 1rt 4I 4 A I I l J t i Nr i i ri i I1i t KyBItilnfiil V jif I JI f Ji1 THE FRAMFOR ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTEfevWLOCAL AND SOCIETY NEVS TERMS 100 In Advance VOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCK SATURDAY FEBUARY 9 1907 No 23 THE POLUTRY SHOW Splendid ShowingBoth in Numbers and Financially The Kentucky State Fanciers an Breeders Exhibition of fine poultr- closed on Friday night after five days of success both numerically and finan dally It Is now assured that this will be a permanent exhibition annually In our city The following Is the list of premiums awarded in the different classes Special Prlzes10 Each Largest and best display of any one variety of poultryDr C J Clarke Paris KyWhite Leghorns Best pen of Barred Plymouth Rocks T F Tallaferro Frankfort Best Pen S C White Leghorns Dr C J Clarke Paris Best Pen White WyandottesD D Slade Lexington Best Pen White Plymouth Rocks G E Mann Nashville Tenn r Best Pen Light BrahmasIra Hall Pleasurevllle Best Pen Silver Laced Wyandottes F R Wright Shelbyville Best Pen White Faced Black Span ishW H Hoge Frankfort Best Pen Columbia WyandottesJ- H McDaniel Warsaw Ky Best Pen Jubilee Orpingtons =J H McDaniel Warsaw Best Pen Dark BrahmasF R Wright Shelbyville Best Pen White LangshansGeo C Bealer Nicholasvllle Ky Best Pen S C Buff Orpingtons A S Ashbrook Lexington Best Pen S C Rhode Island Reds Lehman Bros Midway Best Pen S C Brown Leghorns J Good Paxton Louisville Best Pen S C Blackiprpington = H tiley Lextn on t 1W 1Ifin Tiros ldWay t 250 SpecialRhode Island Reds Best CockLehman Bros Midway Best Cockerel A S Ashbrook Lex ingtonBest HenLehman Bros Midway Best PulletJ W Waldner Flag Fork Barred Plymouth Rocks Best CocltT F Taliaferro Frank fortBest CockerelG A McClure Wino chesterBest HenRoger Harp Lexington Best PulletJ W Sayre Lexing ton S C White Leghorns Best Cockerel Dr C J Clarke ParisBest HenSame Best Pullet Same White Wyandottes Best CockGus Hainline Lamar MoBest Cockerel W D Overton FrankfortBest James DeSilvery Lexing tonBest PulletGus Hainline Lamar Mo White Plymouth Rocks Best CocltG E Mann Nashvllls Tenn died in coop Best CockerelSame- Best HenSame Best PulletSameS Best Cock W H Hoge Frank fortBest Cockerel J A Posey Frank fortBest HenS E Holloway Nicholas vllle Best PulletE H Jones Georgetown Light Brahmas Best Cock Lehman Bros Midway Best Cockerel Ira Hall Pleasure ville Best Hen Lehman Bros Midway Best PulletIra Hall Buff Plymouth Rocks Best Cock W B Buford Nicholas yule Best CockerelL Saunders Niche lasvllle J 1 t Best HenW B Buford Best PulletL Saunders Buff Wyandottes Best CockLehman Bros CockerelSamed HenSamey Silver Laced Wyandottes All four to Mrs Hemphill Nicholas vine Pit Games Best COcltW F Nlckles Frank fortSecond Cock Dr W McKee Har die Frankfort Best FemaleF R Wright Shelby ville Silver Spangled Hamburgs All prizes to Morgan Brawner Frankfort for best cockerel and hen and pullet Golden Laced Wyandottes Best MaleJ n McDaniel War saw Best FemaleSame White Pekin Ducks Best ren 5Mrs B F Jackson EminenceBest l250Same- Best Female Same Rouen Ducks August Mauer Frankfort Turkeys Best Gobbler 2Mrs R L Sprage Stamping Ground Pigeons 250 Best Pairs Morgan Brawner Barbs Margies Outdoor Tumblers Parlor Tumblers I White Homers 1Q White Ppunteri Show Homers 50 it i son11rLexington a t irBrawner Best Collection of Homers 0 R Williamson Carnants O R Williamson White Homers Frank L Smith Lexington second prize Owls Runts Sliver Sheetles O R Williamson Emden Geese Mrs B F Jackson EminenceFirst- and secondWhite Holland Turkeys Mrs R M Holt Frankfort All the Premiums Taken The following Is the list of every exhibitor who won and ribbon and the classes upon which awarded J H McDaniel Warsaw Ky Jubilee Orpingtons First cock pul let cockerel second hen and pullet and first pen Black Orpingtons Fourth pullet third hen first cockerel Golden WyandottesSecond cock first hen first pullet third pullet Columbian Wyandottes Second hen first pullet third and second pullets first pen S P Berryman Nicholasville Ky Single Comb Brown LeghornsSec ond cock first pen second cockerel first cockerel third hen second pen Ira Hall Pleasureville Ky Light Brahmas First cockerel third cockerel fourth cockerel fourth pul let first pullet second pullet fifth pullet third pullet first pen C A McClure Winchester Ky Barred Plymouth Rocks First third and fifth cockerels Mrs B F Jackson Eminence Ky S C Buff Leghorns First cock hen cockerel second cockerel first second third and fourth pullets firstc pen Pit GamesSecond hen second pul let Pekin Ducks First and second 11EmdenJ W Sayre Lexington Ky Barred Plymouth Rocks Fourth cock reI first pullet IContinued on eighth pager a For the A WJNTERS COUN 1hOULJ When we awoke thor world about us was enveloped in fnow It was even over the worm fences and lying as a soft white garment on the boughs of the cedars land the limbs of trees Not a path was to be seen In any direction and a quiet stillness rested upon the air as of all life had succumbed to some potent draught of sleep and slumber reigned supreme The fire flickered low it needed re plenishing so with a bound I sprang to its rescue and very soon the warmth from the great heap of burn ing logs pervaded the rom with an atmosphere of delicious comfort It did not take many minutes to awake the echoes and call aloud in a spirit of mirth and happiness that It was time for breakfast and after that a sleigh ride Jack Frosts pretty tracings on the window pane ran down In tears and Richard passing called out to the master washing his face in cold water that It was shore cold ice everywhere and snow so deep he would have to get the big shovel to dig out a path ter the stable And I actually laughed over the news because I am devoted to cold weather and snow is one of the next best friends j We breakfastedl ufc children Jackie and Be iitlng oatmeal with a relisb l yinoaher enjoying II1 bi a T my cakes and eggs withfshot that my- tongue was burped IIyeflort to both talK and dH M The matter ct me in afterwpl f ew welcomed t aiWt adar small wobblingjsnnddb the roaring fire to get warmth In its shivering body The baby looked over Its cradle The two recognized the affinity of life the animal united with the kingdom of God in blessing comradeship and to the weak bleat of the newly born lambkin the baby answered bah Such laughing and rejoicing on our part and such pleas ure depicted on the face of the House Mother who took up the living child I In her arms and carrying It to the box holding the wee lamb laid her hands on the head of each and blessed them We talked of the strange coin mingling of circumstances how nar row was the confines of life and with what wonderful aptitude natures blended the sweet simplicity of inno cenceBy the time we had held such converse t the master told me that he was ready to assist my departure and beholdithererobes and it swift runners waiting to run races with the snow flurries The expected pleasure made me very happy and I made haste to get ready and make my departure The road was beautiful Drifts high as head were bounded on both onesI the way through the pasture and glistening in the bright sunshine Cedars were covered with the white mantle and long rows of Icicles hung like fairy candelabras to the overhanging cliffs which now we were passing strange panorama of natures passing Into the Sublime The pike had been broken for us by the run ners of other sleighs and we laughed and talked over the stories of other deep snows In Kentucky especially the long hard winter of 18C45 when men and animals froze under the severe temperature registering far below zero Our way was short and we were soon at home Out of the stillness and silence of the winter Ilandscapo I looked out on another world alive with humans not half so congenial as were the dumb com rades and the birds I had left be ind and as faces of children came before me a wish to live always in 1Iturned away to hear the sad whistle rumblingilow me in the valley of shadows Thee e i 1 C J i t j 8IJIi YOU CAN DO A LITTLE BETTER AT KAGINS I IOn Embroideries Laces White Linens English Nainsooks and Under Muslins Embroideries Our special prices on embroideries are attracting many early hu ersrrlw values we offer at 5c lOc loo 29e und 89c cannot be duplicated in this city Laces Weve just received an immense lot of new laces in imita tion Val French vats Round Mesh Pint Vnls and Tor chon Edges and Insertions These are simply exquisite and represent the newest ideas in Ince manufacture We offer extra values at 5c 7M Sh and lOc per yard White Linens 80 inches wide Linen Cambric special 25c per yard yd3G80 inches wide Linen Lawn beautiful sheer quality oOcyd English Nainsook We offer beautiful quality Nainsook at 15cand 20c per yard Under Muslins Special values Corset Covers loc 25C 35c and 60c Special values Gowns 5Uc The and 100 Special values Drawers 15c 25c 40o and 50c C KAGIN BRONO4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY 1jtJJt t x 0 0 Sc tt suns rays lingered in the clouds hanging low down in the western horizon and Impressed an image of the world afar where some day I would go beyond the sunsetbeyond the reach of snow drifts beyond a suspicion of sorrows and then a voice called to me from out of the loneliness Be hold I am with thee even unto the end and I was satisfied Good night N S COX ATTENTION FARMERS Washington Feb 1 1907 Editor Dear RoundaboutI the your paper a valuable Interesting and instructive publication on agriculture that I will be pleased to furnish my constituents Ion applicationiyou your I am- Very truly yours SOUTH TRIMBLE rDr Weaver Syrup and Cerate Bwceisftreatment for blood and skin diseaMfl TV HAS BAD FALL As Rev J K P South was coming out of Sheriff Hleatts office on Mon day he slipped and fell backward his head striking on the edge of the stone step cutting a considerable gash Mr South was assisted Into the office again and his soninlaw Dr R M Coblln summoned who sewed up and dressed the cut Afterward Mr South was taken to the home of Dr Coblln on North Shelby street I DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY IN SEC OND RAILROAD COMMIS SIONER DISTRICT The Democratic Committee has call ed a primary election for the nomina tion of Railroad Commissioner In this 2d District It will be held on Tues day April 2d There are two announced candidates Hon Chas C McChord and Mr J S Botts The amount assessed for expenses is 6500 each rSOMETHING NEW Plaster Board Holds plaster better than laths Makes a wanner house Anybody can put it on See it on our new office We sell laths also and all kinds of Lumber Sashs and Doors HAMMOND CO I SSSr TALK t BOUT Muslili Underwear The best Uland- H DE LENDER I1 1 PERSONAL Mr John Showalter left Monday for St Louis Mo- Gen N B Hays went to Louisville Sunday night Judge Wm Lindsay left Tuesday for ti New York City Miss Ada Wright of Hatton is the guest of friends here Mr Chas J Clark of Louisville was in the city on Sunday Mrs Katie Callahan visited friends In Louisville this week Hon J L Porter of Dixon was in the city on Wednesday Mr Jas B West left Monday for a business trip to Irvine Miss Izetta Wright left yesterday for a visit to Louisville 4 Mr A C Vance and wife have gone to Shelbyville to reside Mr Lemar Roy of Louisville was in the city on Wednesday a Judge Ben V Smith of Somerset t S4w was in the city Tuesday Mr N T Armstrong of Georgetown was in the city on Monday Judge Ira Julian attended circuit court in Georgetown this week Mr Robt W Noel left Sunday night for a business trip to the West Mr Albert McClure made a business trip to St Louis Mo this week Miss Janie Dehoney has returned from an extended visit in the South Mr L A Trumbo commercial evan gelist was at home for a few days this week + Mrs John Stephanski and daughter visited her sister In Louisville this weekMr John Rumpf of Versailles was the guest of Col N B Smith this week Miss Mary South left Monday for the New England Conservatory of Music Col Ed Fennell left Saturday morn r i Ing for a trip to his old home at Cyn thianaJudge A P Humphrey of Louis- Ville attended the Court of Appeals TuesdayMiss Hostetter was the guest of her sister Mrs Drake In Fayette county this week Miss Margaret Byrd of Shejbyville was the guest of Mrs John W Read ing this week Mrs Lucy TInsley left Tuesday for New Orleans La to visit her son Mr Church TInsley Col W B Haldeman of Louisville attended the Ky National Guard Con vention this week Judge Matt ODohcrty of Louisville gas In attendance upon the Court of Appeals on Tuesday V131is John E Miles visited her Daughter Miss Mary Keith Miles In Lexington this week Miss Bottle Taylor of Louisville attended the funeral of Mr John T Hockensmlth Sunday Judge Chas R McDowell of Danville State Election Commissioner was In the city Tuesday l IT T + Rl 4aiAi i 141 r saafrwn awe1e Nr1YLrtt t N r 1rl t I TAIKIfcxiage We are daily receiving New Spring Goods LieLR I RntARIRR tlpRfIRI1RQPlbIiaY MR1IfJMT10 V11A11 ABOUTTowels Specials at lOc 12cv and i5c tttr0 f Miss Nancy Malian of Danville who has been the guest of Mrs S W Ha ger has returned home Mr Ti Garrard Rodman and bride of Oklahoma visited his mother Mrs Guy Barrett this week Mrs L B Marshall left Tuesday for a visit to her niece Mrs Church Tins ley in New Orleans La Dr Louise R Trigg of Lakeland who has been the guest of Dr J W Hill has returned home Col J D Sallee left Monday for Martinsville Ind where he goes for treatment for rheumatism Mr Irvine Ruff and wife of Benton Ind who were guests of Col N B Smith have returned home Dr C K Wallace went to Cincin nati on Thursday to assist in an oper ation upon Mr Percy Hoge Mrs Alice Martin of Versailles was the guest of her parents Mr G S Gardner and wife this week Mr William H Giltner of Bourbon county was in the city on Tuesday and made us a pleasant call Miss Chiltonof Harrods burg was they guest of Miss Eliza Newton South Side this week Rev A B Chinn attended the Chapter Meeting of the Episcopal Church in Lexington Tuesday Miss Nan Hammond who has been the guest of her grandmother at Smithfield has returned home Miss Anna May Johns of Lexing ton visited Dr R M Coblin and wife North Shelby street this week Miss Virginia Jett kho has been the guest of her brother Mr W W Jett in Louisville has returned home Mrs Jas Coins and son Luther who have been very sick at the Hospital are better and able to return home Miss May Bohannan left Friday for Stonega Va where she will take cnarge of a hospital as a trained nurse Col P M Crowe special pension ex aminer who has been here on govern ment business has gone to Lexington Mrs S T Smith and son Mr Allan of Louisville were guests of Mr Ed ward Burkholder and wife this week Mr Al G Bryan of Lexington the jolly wholesale grocer was in the city WednesdayMrs Marrs of Harrodsburg at tended the MarrsWilliams wedding on WednesdayMiss Averill left yesterday for West Pascagoula Miss to spend the rest of the winter Mr Robert Foy who has been an employe on the new capital has gone to Mobile Ala to reside Mrs John Mabblett of Saratoga Springs N Y is the guest of her father Mr D L Holland Mrs S C Robinson nee Letha Dunnigan of Shelbyville was the guest of her father here this week Mrs R 11 Trumbo who has been the guest of her daughter fttrs 11 F WoodIn Lexinglonhas returned home Mre W F Clay and daughter of Plttsburg Penn who have been the guests of friends here have returned homeMrs Eph Lilian Jr and daughter left Monday for Decatur Texas where e wveuwuaewauv wvonereunwrn o ner + + + xsaaras uruas armsworwA Our purchase of Silks and Wool Dress Goods White Goods Wash GoodsfTailored Suits Dress Skirts Spring Wraps Shirt Waists Corsets Hosiery Underwear i loves and Novelties is the very largest we have ever shown I umn TIlls Tyeelc we call Special Attention to I our Great Line of White Goods Embroid eries and Laces yd5O25 Pieces White Muclras for Waists at 2oc per yd CHAS J WEITZEL 1i1Jf 1i vwrtfc JIJ 1 r they will make their home ln the future Rev Dr H M Sweets of Shelby ville was called here Tuesday to con duct the funeral of Mrs Ann Eliza Tilford Mrs J D Sallee and daughter are visiting relatives at Eminence during the absence of Col Sallee at Martins ville Ind Mrs W L Morris of New York City who has been the guest of her mother Mrs Mollie Thomas has returned home Mr Jones Goins of Cincinnati 0 who has been the guest of his parents relturnedMrs Morton K Yonts and children of Louisville are guests of her parents Judge Thos H Paynter and wife Shelby street Mr D L Holland who has been so ill and at Saratoga Springs N Y with his daughter returned home on Thursday night Mr Theodore OH Samuels left Fri day for Louisville where he has ac cepted a jjpsiclon with the Colgan Cnewing Gum Co Air J Garrard Rodman and bride who have been guests of his mother Mrs Guy Barrett left for San Fran cisco Cal on Thursday Mr Percy Hoge was taken to a San itarium in Cincinnati on Wednesday for the purpose of h aVinga delicate surgical operation performed Mr ThoS P Rogers wife and son left Monday for Waco Texas where Mr Rogers goes for his health and to visit his brother Mr Loraine Rogers Maj E J Lillard of Danville was the guest of his sister Mrs W S Farmer this week and attended the Kentucky National Guard Convention Mr Wm J S Davis wife and chil dren of Loogootee Ind who have guests of his parents Col John F Davis and wife left Monday for home Mr Davis is Assessor of Martin county Indiana Mr W J Lewis of Woodlake brought a merry party to the city from his neighborhood on a big sled There were some fourteen or fifteen young ladles in the party He had four mules hitched to his sled They had a splendid time COUNTY COURT DAY Monday was count ycourt day and owing to the extremely bad weather there was but a small crowd in attendance But little stock was on the marketA good horses were offered and brought fair prices The most how ever were plugs and ruled low A few cows and calves and some dry cows were sold at medium prices fNBODY ARRIVES AND FUNERAL HELD The body of Mr Alonzo Darsle Quire whQ died in the Phllliplnes while serving in the army arrived here on Thursday last The funeral services were conducted by Rev C R Hudson from the Christian Church yesterday afternoon and the body was Interred in the family lot In our cemetery t i i4 i0II i TALK ABOrTJ f C urtamsI 1Swissand 15c110e h I Inventory SaleI NEXT WEEK aaeao 1 We promise you some of the most attractive offerings yet including Short Lengths and Remnants of Dress Goods at half their value r Waistings and Other Wash Goods Embroideries in all widths and very cheap and fine i Ladies Skirts 300 375 and 450 greatlyreduced Jackets 300 400 500 Misses Coats A few Misses Rain Coats 350 and 450 were 500 and 750 t F T HEENEY f I AM READY TO MAKE THE B- ESTPHOTOS f i And all Styles of Portraits and Groups at BridgeStble Photographer H G MATTERN i II FREE From Isaac Shelby to J C W Beckham e ALL OF KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS The First Time Their Pictures Have Ever Been Published FREE I It c KentuckyGovernorstucky State Historical Society- In order to place these pictures In n permanent form they have been arranged in a group in an uptodate Atlas showing Kentucky with the latest census pictures of all the United States Rulers anti Flags of all nations steamship routes statistical data history of the War also late maps of the United States Panama l Canal Eastern and Western Hemisphere reports of the last three national census and much other historical CIi This and valuable Atlas Is FREE to ALL EVENING POST SUBSCRIBERS If not now a subscriber send 300 for a fun years subscription by mail or 200 for six months subscription Understand that these rates are by mail only and that the subscription price by or agent is 10 cent per week j The Evening Post publishes six or more editions daily and the latest edition is sent to each reader according to the that it will reach them The Evening Post is first in everything and has the most State news and best market reports For all the people and against the grafter Independent always For the howe mIle Eucuhtg Jhrat LOUISVILLE KY i1T Special Price on Chart and Evening Post with this Papert Ii ii r f- j A Brilliant Event Featuring Alluring Arrays of New Wh ill Minulmmliso at Prices Exceptionally MHgnctU1 Ann t title THE WHITE SHOWIiVK suggested by tho good old custom of showering blushing brides with linen though possibly it would be nearer the marl if we called l I the wonderful profusion of white things we havo collected a Deluge instead of a shower Every piece of white goods under our roof is embraced in the event and everything I thats white Is fresh new spotless prominently displayed and low priced for this special selling event Each day of the sale will have its new white companies of specials to keep up the enthusiasm to the Inst IlouI miss a day Come inspectadmiro and profit Lily Brand Muslin Un- derwearNonsweat made refined styles unequaled in lit and values Now Spring Showing Drawers 25c 85c 75c 100 Gowns 60e Inc 100 150 Skirts lOc 75c 100 125 Corset Covers 25c 89c 50o 100 Chemise SOc to 150 f ADVERTISED LETTERSI I The following is the list of adver Used letters for the week anding Feb ruary 9 1907 Brock Julius Bain Mrs Sam Miss Elizabeth IBroaddus Mrs Laura Candle James Conroy Harry a Cooke A Clark James v Downey Richard Davis Ute IFain Melvin Gaines John Gray Homer f 4Hargus George Hulker Alex Hicks Claybourne Hughes Mrs Anna W Hatmaker J H Harris Miss Jamima Henry Mrs J H r i Jackson Mrs Lena y ItjMarrow Ame i Mayer John- McDonald WIIIII Newman P A 1 Nuckols Clarence IRobert John J A T Roberts Miss W C B Ratcliff Willie Stiggers Christopher Scrogin Jas Timplll Henry Towery Man- Troutmanj b Miss Christian Walker John J White Baker Wlhalen Richard Waford Miss Ethel Wills RollIWebb George Wods Joe- Watkins Miss Florence t When calling for the above letters please say advertisedGEO P M MARRIAGE UPTODATE The uptodateness of this coun try was never better illustrated than by a telephonic marriage down at i Pearlington Mississippi The minis ter secured to tie the knot lost him self and did not show up When he found his way home about 11 p m he telephoned the waiting couple and was finally prevailed upon to conduct tho service by telephone They wore married through twenty r odd miles of copper wire neither of the principals having seen the minis ter Whether in case of an investiga tion such a marriage would prove ilbinding Is an interesting legal point Embroideries and Laces lho most superb exhibit of ex elusive patterns 3 in wide Hamburg 5c 0 in wide Hamburg lOc 10 in wide Hamburg I8c 17 in wind Corset Cover Edg ing 25c Fine Showing High Class Sots COURT ADJOURNS ICIRCUIT The January term of the Franklin Circuit Court closed on Saturday afternoon It was a very busy term and a large number of cases were disposed ot leaving the docket in better shape than for years Judge Stout is to be congratulated upon his success Y M C A HUSTLING The members of the Y 11 C A are hustling for the purpose of bringing up the membership to 250 The rate of 500 for adults and 300 for juniors only holds good until April 12th After that time the rate will be 600 for adults and 400 for juniors per annum WOMANS CLUB Tho Womans Club will meet at the residence of Mrs JP Hobson on Monday afternoon Feb 11th at 330 Besides the papers on Germany Mrs Mengels address on Public Schools in Kentucky will be read by Miss Wiard who will also give a short report on the subject of Our Own Public School The schools throughout the State are working for better educational conditions and they hope that every one will join them in their effort to arouse interest In this most important rPRESTON H LESLIE PASSES AWAY Gov Preston H Leslie formerIgovernor of Kentucky and Montana passed away at his home in Helena on Thursday last He was nearly 89 years of age and was in magnificent health and strength when he visited this city last year and attended the laying of the corner stone of the new capital He was a Christian gentleman of unswerving Integrity and purity of life His death was caused by an acute attack of pneumonia Kentucky will unite with his adopt ed State In mourning the death of this good man genuineLaxativetho remedy tint v 4 1rnhl In one dsy Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerate heals skin eruption White Goods 30 in Persian Lawns lOc 32 in Persian Lawns 15c 80 in India Linen 25c 44 in French Lawn 25c 40 in Fine Victoria Lawn 15c ifJ7 f 7 r NO TIME WASTED Prompt Action Is Pleasing Many Frankfort Citizens Get down to the cause of everything Bad backs caused by sick kidneys Cure the kidneys you cure backache Doans Kidney Pills are for kidneys onlyNo time wasted trying to cure other troubles Frankfort people endorse their meritW 11 Johnson market man re siding at 340 Blanton street says My son Lorenzo was greatly bene fited by the use of Doans Kidney Pills Sometime ago he nad bad spell of rheumatism the attack being so severe that he was hardly able to move about From that time on his kidneys seemed to be badly affected for he complained great deal of steady dull Aching pain across his back and sharp pains in his kidneys anyIas it disturbed his rest One even ing saw Doans Kidney Pills advertised In our papers and box was procured at J W Gayles drug store He began taking them at my request and to my glad surprise as well as his own he noticed almost immediate relief In short time the backache had entirely left him the difficulty with the kidney secretions had been corrected and he felt as well as he ever did For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other STOP THE SLAUGHTER Attorney General Moodys action in bringing suit to punish violations by railroads of the SafetyAppliance flaw has hearty public commendation says the New York World In spite of the rapid adoption of safety measures by the better roads tho number of railroad employes killed rose from 1093 in 1S97 to 3632 or more than double In 1S94 The total number killed by railroads rose from 6437 to 10016 For every passenger killed in train accidents nine railroad men lose their lives chiefly upon freight trains and thirteen other persons are killed usually by being struck at grade crossings Such crossings are fast being changed by local action in the more progressive States IiOLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER r KENTUCKY WHISKEt-if E H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky nr- 1yk 5 All ror hon Laces values for lOco Cotton SJ3C- au Long Cloth Finished Cotton h0 I XW1n t a a a I a a l J i LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMARY OF TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE NOV 1900 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND 41Dally LeaveIp DailyEx No2 JI Oc IS A Uai 457 37 Torrent 79 341 1017 513 ville Junction Jij 32J 1035 537 040 3a 345 6 2 1I1115 610 Junction 615 2 1120 615 lil0 2 L E I Mls Ex BundI No 22 and Linen 15c Cnttons1m Blenched in Bleached fSton ir II Ar jSlil1048 621Beatt 2 1 Junction Campton Junction Beattvville Junction 10w1C Junction fIllHITrains 123 and will connect with the Mountain Cen dBtrill Rt for Pine Ridge and Trains Isos and will make B attyville BeattyvilleTrainsNosstations on the O K Rr IW OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY II DailyEx connection ISlntlons No =IA Lvo Lye IA MI Ar 980 I28i Jackson 830 1120 0 925 Junction 8B5 1126 848I 1581Wilhurst 400 417 1152 1158 1760 510 1222 18I 741 5l8 715 City 55 1243 and will make close connection t Ju ction with No and for points tho Lexington and Eastern Railway L CONLEY Superintendent l Dr Weavers Syrup the blood Cerate ointment for the skin WANTED 10 men in each State to travel distribute samples- of our goods and tack sins Salary 8500 per month 800 per day for expenses SAUNDERS CO Department P Jackson Boulevard Chicago Ills 173mKILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery II FOR cONSUMPTION OUGHS OLDS IIGOe Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Street Car Schedule rcnCars leave Main and Ann stxvets 3V9 QID QIC FOR SOUTH FRANKFORT 015 a and every 15 minutes un til 1015 p FO lteno 08 G15 Idl botoi sri5tore fo6i tit 10 p mFOR LEESTOWN C30 a and every minutes till ill 1o fl jlilnQo hbiu vo ORD MifrEIYlJa 8DIcJ Cao a and every 45 minutes til- l1I1 10 p F Vo11l11QUOO Qo 212 LLEESuptUt DailyEx 83 No1 IiEx INo PM Ar a CHARLES iIM P M M P M O K to 1051Cmmcl t os O K on M a m m f Ji J3 m Frankfort IMlilfl fc IMidland Route Local Time Table i IN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 J1 084 IN- o821A at m DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY = SCOTT GPA A IM 28J s Pniifles The It It- NoH 0011 Lv D Frankfort 157i5ArjII 23summitElkhorn Switzer Stamping Ground 110 Duvall nIf Johnson 130 i Georgetown i i I C S Depot R08IElizabeth 842560 40HQkConnect at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCItfNAT VIA GEQKOETOVN J P lIA11 A M 11Lv Frankfort Ar 11 20IIlruf C1NCIAT1CIA AM P M PM jfC4 VIf2lltforv AJ i7 Lv Georgetown Aa 2- 0KENTUC1IIlY1 1 nm 1Jk WiU =Cl Jl2I Lvlv R POI t Ai Frnnk ort A Ill JOP47PI 12AA Georgetown A 501 jA rP s L p44P IRp h4 m r aer L A Maysville I 4i 15P 2JAA Wa02P TTpiflflSOArA t CvuthlfnnLI 20AJ155P HAIWoven Wire Fences Lamb fD ciijtfor ss 1en Wire Pence andcftiass JrPoultry fende MMr t qINCrio iVif m r The Frankfort Roua about == = = = Entered nt the postolllci1 at Frankfurt Ken tucks sieondclns inailnblo nuttier OEO A LEVIS Pror and Pub u FRANKFORT FEB 9 1907 n isr n trrmea AGED AND LOVELY LADY PASSES AWAY Another of Frankforts oldest Inhab itants has answered the last sum Sunday afternoon Mrs Ann Bliaa Tilford relict of the late Mr Thos D Tilford passed away at the ripe old age of nearly S3 years at the homo of her son Mr Julian Tilford Mrs Tilford was the oldest child of the late Mr Thos S Page and in early girlhood married Mr Thos D Tllford They were given seven chil dren Mary S Robert W Thos P William G Tacqiie P Julian and Min nip All of these except Mrs Mary S Polk of Columbia Tenn and Mr Julian Tilford of this city preceded Ler to the great beyond Mrs Tilford was an unusually well informed and cultured lady gentle kindly full of fun and loving votedly those to whom she was related by the ties of life She was a member of the First Pres byterian church and an unusually de Tout Christian Besides her son and daughter she leaves one brother Capt Thos M Page of Indianapolis Ind and three sisters Mrs S C Bull Miss Mary Page and Miss Margaret J Page of this city four grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her death The funeral services were conducted liy Rev H Sweets D D of Shelbyville on Tuesday and the remains were laid to rest In the family lot In our cemetery STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION The following gentlemen compose the State Board of Equalization for this year being one member from each Appellate Court District First DistrIctJ F Porter Dixon Second DIstrIctC E Sugg of Hen derson Third DistrictF J Campbell Som ersetFourth District J B Steedman of District M J Meagher of Frankfort Sixth DIstrIctRolla K Hart ofi Flemingsburg Seventh DistrictH T Strother Auditor Hager is an exofflcio mom her of the Board Ml APPOINTED POSTMASTER AT LEXINGTON- Mr Thos L Walker Secretary of the Republican State Central Commit tee was appointed Postmaster at Lexington by President Roosevelt on Monday lastIMr Walker was for a number of rears a newspaper man of ability Later he was Assistant Postmaster at Lexington which he resigned to become Secretary of the State Commit see He Is thoroughly competent and will make a first class Postmaster IDISTRUCTIVE FIRE Handsome Residence of Dr U V Williams Badly Wrecked About oclock on Wednesday morn ng the fire department were called to the residence of Dr U V Williams on Steele street between Second and Third where a defective fine hnd started n bad blaze under tho roofOwing to the fact that the fire hy drant on the corner of Steele and Second streets was found to be frozen up it took some time to get a stream playing on the ire which had gained headway It was soon extinguished aftor the fire boys got to work but not until the roof had been destroyed The vast volume of water caused great destruction to the inside of the building as the ceilings fell carrying everything in their way Dr Williams had one of tho finest libraries In this section of the country which was almost completely ruined There were many rare hooks and other articles that can not be replaced the doctor being a great antiquarian Some of the llousefull of boarders lost part of their wearing apparel bricabrac andI Tho furniture was removed damaged condition The total loss was something over 3000 which was partially covered by InsuranceMr Coleman who happen ed to be passing first discovered the blaze and gave the alarm notifying the family who were at the breakfast soon as the flames were extin guished workmen were at once put to preIa terior damage- In the meanwhile the family and their boarders had to seek other Pattie Williams had a narrow escape from death a ceIlIng falling en masse with a terrific crash just as she sprang through a door hearing the cracking of the plastering- Dr Williams has thus for the second time had a heavy loss from fire His residence at Bridgeport being totally destroyed several years ago with all its contents BAD WRECK ON L N NEAR BRACKTOWN- As a big tenwheel engine was ret- urnIng from Lexington on Saturday afternoon shortly after three oclock when it reached a point near Brack town the rails spread and the engine ran some 150 feet on the ties finally mining over on Its side A brakeman was instantly killed and the engineer and fireman badlY hurt The track was so badly torn up rails broken etc that the wrecking train had to work all night to clear away the wreck The 420 p m L N Train which was over an hour late had to trans fer its passengers at the wreck and the C O trains had to go to Louis yule by way of the Southern Rail road The track was repaired so that the 755 L N train was only about 40 minutes late Sunday morning- It looks like all the railroads are having troubles lately as there is hardly a day passes but there are one or more serious wrecks The L N has heretofore been singularly exempt from these troubles Dont neglect your cough Statistics show that in New York City alone over 200 people die every week from consumptionAnd of these consumptives might be living now if they had not neglected the warning cough You know how quickly Scotts Emulsion enables you to throw off a coughor cold ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 MEETING OF OFFICERS OF KEN TUCKY NATIONAL GUARDS The officers of the Kentucky National Guards was held In this city this week commencing on Tuesday IThere was a gratifying and repro sentative attendanceIMany matters of Importance look Ing to the advancement in efficiency of the guards were discussed and valu able recommendations made following officers wore elected IThe Gen Henry R Lawrence GenoralISectetaryCnpt Frank D Rashi cdINecessary committee were appoint Addresses were delivered by mayor Hume Maj Talbott Berry and Gov Bcckham makeja permanent one and the following officers were elected PresidentMaj A B Kinnalrd Louisville 1st VJcePresldentCapt A G Chapman Hopklnsvllle 2d VicePresidentCapt W V Richardson Danville 3d VicePresident Maj Ellis Dun can Louisville Secretary Lieut Frank Ripy Lawrenceburg Treasurer Capt Ed C Walker Henderson CHANGES OF TIME ON RAILROAD The L N Railroad has made the following changes in the time of de parture of trains The accommodation train leaves for Louisville at 535 a m The L N from Lexington for Louisville leaves here at 320 p m Instead of 340 p m The L N from Louisville leaves for Lexington at 435 p m Instead of 420 p m It is Important that our citizens note these changes of time For further information see time table 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 dis guise but a man who knows and tells you what oboe TSllbn has proved to him and I say to you that you are more likely to fail 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 re- maIn in the race and secure and maintain a respectable position But from the insane thrist for liquor escape is almost impossible I have known but few exceptions to the rule FOUND A pair of gold rimmed heavy spactacles were found on Main Elk horn some time since Owner can have same by describing and paying for this notice 231t PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF KENTUCKY The Kentucky Federation of Womans Club have issued a pamph let containing two papers upon the subject of education One is entitled Public Schools of Kentucky by Mrs Herbert W Mengel and the other Higher Education in Kentucky by rr Irene T lIc ers Both articles are extremely well thought out well written and full of practical and truthful facts and sug gestions looking to the improvement in the education of our children and youthThere is no doubt but that there is urgent need for better facilities better buildings and better teachers especially In the rural districts To our knowledge there are school houses right in the county of Franklin and adjoining counties that are an actual disgrace to the districts es pecially In view of the fact that the trrstees are clothed with full powei to raise sufficient funds to erect such buildings as are needed These articles are well wonh the reading of any one who feels the great need of the masses of thorough ed ucation We commend them to our readers for their ability and thoughtfulness- A copy of this pamphlet will bo furnished to any one desiring It upon application to Miss Lilian Lindsey Secretary of the Frankfort Womans Club iot t tt Pleasant to take 1 1 Laxative Syruptit NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION r Ask Your Doctor J And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Cons ipation 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 VegeItable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Y our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers fi Scythes and SnatchesM tF Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine OilIITarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK Gi STAGG 1 Hardware Paints Oils Etc CapitolFoundry Machine Co KyfHOLMES ST FRANKFORT Dealers in and Repairers ofttMachinery and Machine Supplies of All Kinds Both New and Secondhand t WE HAVE FOR SALE Slxhorse Power Portable Engine and Boller Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Nine horse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrs 200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONESI ftrf4r1yGf r Seiy Yr I i i71 Fe dkXle 1rL I foiJv rItr J t l r l ilI iiLf iJk Ji J 1 1 M + 1 C i il 1N 1 1Al l hT 4XT i ffr4 V + rY rui 11 Jtlif 7io r f lfJf fr p i i l tjlt f i 71I t qq iil 1j f1- J f i r IIr i tif t rr y d j r I ry J 1 NetherLost Reason After LaGrippeI quent SpasmsI Dr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both I Dr Miles Nervine is a specific for nervous disorders It removes the cause and effects A speedy and permanent cure j I feel it is my duty to let you know toatI your medicines have cured little nineof Shecommencedhavinijtliem at the age of three Our family doctor said she would outgrow them but he did not We took her to another physician who said her trouble was epileptic fits in a form He did her no She was so nervous she could hardly walk As I had already used Dr Miles Nervine and found it a good remedy for myself I commenced giving it to my child I gave her in all ten of the Nervine and one of the Blood Purifier That was over two years ago and she has not had an attack since we com mfticed the treatment She is consider troubled with nervousness and we her permanently cured I enclose her ture My lost her reason I was insane forthree months from the andIof LaGrippe Six bottles of Dr Miles vine cured My sister has also for sick headache with good results We all thank ve much for good mcdi fines and kind advice I dont Ihink there other medicine half so good I send i my daughters photograph so that you see what a sweet little lives mayI ArkansasMs HANNAH Springdale Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Send free book en Nervous and Heart Diseases AddreM I Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind I For the Roundabout IN MEMORIAMI God came down Into His garden toI gather lilies and on the afternoon ofI Jan 2d 1907 Jesus gathered for HisJ heavenly garden that bright bud of promise Little Julia Mamie daughter I of Mr and Mrs James W Black J of Frankfort She was six and onej half years of agejThus a young and beautiful life has been cutshort a delicate flower dear to the great and good Gardener above t J has been transplanted to the land of eternal sunshine and health He Is I too good to be unkind and too wise to make a mistake but only those who I have lived with and lost little children l know the utter loneliness and emptiness of life when these treas I ures are taken The allloving Father knowing how the heart yearns ever to where Its treasure lies has taken Little Mamie saying to the father and mother upward look and press to meet her your child In paradise i But never to see again those smiling Eyes kiss the rosy lips and feel the little arms around her neck or hear I 1 the childish voice as the soft ringlets touched her cheek whisper I love you seems more than the sorrowing young mother can bear But alas it Itisno sad dream We know Little Mamies dear hands will gather no footIstepswe understand not why she has been I taken across those waves that moan beyond our mortal shore yet we feel that her short life has left Its Im press upon a portion of this great world and what Is now obscure will I sometime somehow somewhere be made clear Her toys her doll the little garments she wore the vacant chair the ribbon off her hair and the memory of her smiles and sighs are nil the poor parents have now but by these they may be anchored to the- cross of a sympathizing Christ who will enable them to tread the weary earth content to clasp her little grave anti let the world go by She was a noted child so bright and promising so winsome and affectionate As she lay on her bed of sickness and death A she would say mamma I love you and then would occur a lapse of mem 1cryshe would pause and aunt Nan Suggested mamma Yes repeated It the faint wistful voice Her grief stricken little friend and neighbors vied with each other In kindness and attention during her illness And iiwhen she lay In her little coffin robed with nil the dainty sweetness that mother love could compass she look etloh so perfectly the little Seraph that shojis and we realized that there is no death the stars go down to rise upon some fairer shore and bright in heavens jeweled crown they shine forevermore And now Marie my friend look up and know that God gives you many i a blessing that you do not understand I for He wraps them in a shadow as Ho lays them in your hand and i though Hopes sweet music Is now stilled Hope springs eternal in the u- r I l 0I 1J 1 j J q I d M I I It human breast and the dark leaden hours that now drag so wearily by will bring sweet healing in their train and mamma will realize that sho must try to live for dear little Victors sakeHo giveth Ho taketh He knowcth best The Lord to whoso home we win And tossedIFor Rover 1 And our Father Is everywhere The ships sail over the harbor awa and away to son The ships sail In with the evening star To the port where no tempests he The harvest waves on the summer hills And the hands go forth to reap And all Is right as our Father wills Whether wo wake or sleepA FRIEND Communicated A TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY OF JOHN T HOCKENSMITH Scarcely a fortnight had elapsed since I sat beside him whilst attending the obsequies of a deceased neighbor almost In sight of his owh home and I little thought that he too would so soon cross the dividing line to the thereISurely the mysteries of life are un fathomableII had learned to know and to love John T Hockensmlth for those prince ly virtues that were Illustrated In his character and life In all that Is man ly honorable and just he was preeminent His purposes were pure his methods honest and his convictions of duty imbued with a sincerity that left Impress upon all with whom he came in contact There was no part sanship in his loyalty to State and courttry but a broad comprehension of the duties that fell to him as a citizen anxl a will to fully discharge those dutiesThere was no guile In his conduct no uncertainty in his friendship no deception in the impulses that throbbed from the heart that Is now stilled in the eternal sleep In devotion to family and friends he was conspicuously strong as a neighbor he was sympathetic and rind and the courteous hospitality that gracsd his home life made im pressions that can never be forgotten In ministrations to the sick and suffering he was ever responsive and to his advice and counsel his neighbors and friends gave that confidence that was born of implicit trust In its wisdom and security In manner of lifesimple and un ostentatious and in the social and civic virtues that distinguish the true gentlemen he was chief The higher traits of a true Christian character were constantly reflected in his daily life Whilst his memory Is precious to If You Read This It will be to learn that tho leading medical writers and teachers of all the several schools of practice recommend In the strongest terms possible each and every Ingredient entering Into the composition of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery for the cure of weak stomach dyspepsia catarrh of stomach liver complaint torpid liver or blllousnesslchronic bowel affections and of whatever region name or nature It Is also a remedy for all such chronic vr long standing cases of catarrhal aucc dons and their resultants as bronchial throat and lung disease except consump Lion accompanied with severe coughs it is not so acute colds and coughs but for lingering or chronic cases it Is- especially elllcaciou In producing perfect cures It contains Black Cherry uimc Goldun Seal root Bloodroot Stone root Mandrake root and Queens rootall of which are as remedies for all the above mentioned affections by such asProflege Prof Hare tho Univ of Pa Prof Flnloir ngwood M D of Bennett Med Chicago Prof John King M of Cincinnati Prof John M ScudderM D 1 of Cincinnati Prof Edwin MI of Uahnemann Med C e Chicago and scores of ache e u ly eminent is their several seh practice ho Golde fee t al DltO ver Is thee caIIIr J sts or like ocr uc I rf 11i onft em a wor rare tan un r Innr fist I s pu Itchy o ts ornm a Is mu es possible guaranty of Its merits A glance at this published formula will show Golden Medical Discovery contains no poisonous harmful or habit no iilcoholchemically usedInsteadtionablo nnd n In the euro of all stomach U4 well ua hron chlul throat and lung affections Thcro is tho highest medical authority for its In such cases Tho Discovery is a concentrated glyeoric extract of native medicinal roots safe and reliable A booklet of extracts front eminent medical authorities indorsing its Ingredients mulled free on request Address Dr R V Pierce 1 THE ON Lg KITCHEN CABINET FOR Economical Women Is tho one that lasts n lifetime and yet is not highpriced Thats the MeDnugnll- Acd economical women Unov it The McDougull people make and Roll live time nH many kitchen cabinets us any other con cern Why f Simply because they nniko thorn better McDougall Kitchen Cabinets Arc not highpriced 1800 to 2800 Toro are imitations thnt sell for less But tho McDougnll is always n blessing and not n nuisance is dust proof mouse proof and easily cleaned and PAYS FOR ITSELF quickly by saving kitchen supplies So its economy to buy a McDougnll R ROGERS SONS SOLE AGENTS Frankfort Ky those who knew him welland whilst the healing wings of tenderest friendly sympathy hover about those whose loss Is greatest evidencing that devo tion which draws near in time of trouble they have the sweet consolation to know that his life was an open book and that he so lived that no matter at what hour the summons came he was ever prepared to answer ready to the Masters callI HUNTING FOR TROUBLE- I I I lived in California 20 years and am still hunting for trouble in the way of burns sores wounds boils cuts sprains or a case of piles that Buck lens Arnica Salvo wont quickly cure writes Charles Walters of Alleghany Sierra Co No use hunt ing Mr Walters it cures every case Guaranteed by all druggists 25c WELL KNOWN HERE Mr Fred J Ri enbaugh the first Master Mechanic of the Kentucky Mid land Railway died Kv1 his home In Ashland on Monday last Mr Ridenbaugh was well known and popular In this city He after wards lived in Lexington before re moving to Ashland He was a Knight TemplarThe were brought to Lex ington on Tuesday for interment 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 STAMPING GROUND Mrs Tom Hill and daughter of Owen county were guests of Rev G W Hill last week Mr Ben Eggleston of Glencoe Is the guest of his brotherinlaw Mr L F Kenney Mr T A Marvin superintendent of the Buffalo Springs Dlstllery has gone to Kansas City Mo to consult I the new ownersIThe new mill of Messrs Palmer Sinkhorn Herrin will be ready to run In a few days They Intend to make the best flour on this market The Citizens Bank have adopted a new plan ninth will alow three per cent on time deposits Quite an Item for some of our citizens who have some surplus cash DiedOn Saturday night Mrs Har riett Ann Sprake wife of Mr Robt S Sprake aged GC years Her health had not been good for some time Her maiden name was Lindsay She was a flne Christian lady At the early age of 14 she united with tho Baptist church and was faithful unto I death The funeral services were con pasIsur vived by her dovoted husband and two childrenProf James Sparke of Iowa City Iowa and Mrs John Waring of this county A large number of friends attended the funeral and universal sympathy is felt for tho bereft- Nottvitlsstanding tine ground hog dill not see his shadow on Saturday wo have had the heaviest snow and f ili Ii In LET US FIGURE FOR YOUA IThecost of Painting and Repairing your Vehicle isjworth saving and frequently a small amount ex I pencled will double its life but if ne 1ected will cost you a new one J 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 GoI VERS I LIES KY K WARD IH President BROWXIXG j0 r + A Happy New Year Is assured to all users of PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR For Sale by all Grocers Send your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit and Produce HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones d7 m 1Value JOHN DRISCOLL Oualifv The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 2IGSt Clair St Frankfort Kentucky about as cold weather as any of the winter U N O A VALUABLE LESSON Six years ago I learned a valuable lesson writes John Pleasant of Mag nolia Ind I then begun taking Dr Kings New Life Pills and the longer I tutee them tho beter I fled them They please everybody Guaranteed by ill druggists 25c y 1 C M Sec and Treas us I LOST HIS POCKET BOOK I Mr J W Waldnor Secretary of tho Kentucky State Fanciers and Breeders Poultry Show had his pocket boor stolen Thursday night Besides a number of valuable pipers and checks there was quite a Rico sum in cashOn the pocket book was returned through tho mails Mr Waldner hopes to capture the thief otherwise it will cost him a neat sum vc ids 1 n 1 I it 1 t WE SELL THE BEST r r THAT IS WHAT WE DO We sell the Best Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds Etc f To be Found in the State r Call and examine our Splendid Assortment You are not compelled to buy Just say you want to examine the Finest Line of Goods rinKeiltuckyand you will be shown the same consideration as if you wished to make a purchase That will follow later IRemember The Best of everything in stock and prices are very low for such a class of goods IM A SELI3E2RT y MARRIED ROBERTSONHONCHIN In this city on Tuesday Mr Wm T Robertson of Shelby county and Miss Nancy B Honchins of Anderson county were married by Rev Dr M B Adams of the First Baptist Church BURDINREID Inthis county on Wednesday Mr Clarence M Burdin and Miss Ida May Reid were mar ried by Rev Jno H Burdin father of the groom Mr Burdin is a fine manly young fellow His bride is the pretty daugh ter of Mr Jack Reid of the Lawrence r burg pipe Congratulations are extended- MARRSWILLIAMS In this city on Wednesday Mr Richard H Marrs and Miss Mary Williams were married by Rev Dr M B Adams of the First Baptist Church 7 Mr Marrs is a disciple of the art tr preservative and a fine young man His bride is the only daughter of Mr r Marion Williams and is a sweet and L loveable young girl r WHAR AM DE GROUN HOG 11 Hardly had ground hog day passed before we had the worst weather and more of it than any that had come before this winter Whar am de r groun hog HAS SEVERE FALL As Gen D W Lindsey was coming down the steps at the county court clerks office on Thursday afternoon he slipped on the ice and snow and slid down the steps to the street on his back Beyond a bad shakeup the General was not seriously hurt FINE YOUNG MAN GOES WEST Mr Ben Williams oldest son of Mr Jesse P Williams has accepted a fine position with an Arizona copper mint Warehouse Co for several years Mr Williams has been in the em ploy of the Kentucky Distilleries and Ware house Co Mr Williams is a fine young man and we wish him all success in his new position e LATEST STYLES IN WALLPAPER I have a full line of nil the latest styles in wall paper Call and examine stock C If BRIDGEFORD Main Street f Opposite Engine House 28 tf e PARANews has reached this city that Prof Saml L Frogge former Super intendent of the city Schools had sustained stroke of paralysis at his home in Russellville in December last We are glad to be able to say that he is gradually but surely recuperat ing The many friends Prof Frogge made while a resident of this city will deeply sympathize with him in his affliction Women with sunken cheeks hol low eyps and dull sallow complexion can restore their youthful plumpness and rosy cheeks by the use of Father Williams Indian Tea or Herb Tablets Come in and get a box today they f are only 20 cents Frankfort Drug Co f1FA fyt l 4 5 BIRTHS ICOXIn this city to Mr J L Cox and wife a sonLouis L CARDWELLIn this city to Mr Thos Cardwell and wlfea son I NEWTON In this city to Col Chas d Newton and wife a son Chas C Jr W F HEARNES SALE Mr W F Hearne will have another of his noted sales of horses buggies etc at his livery and sale stables on Wednesday Feb 20 Read his adver tisement in another place CEMETERY REPORT The Board of Directors of the Frank fort Cemetery Company have made the following report to the lot own ers for the year ending Dec 31st 1906 t Cash balance on hand Dec 31st 1905 2698 39 Cash from sale of lots InL1906 2403 16 Cash from grave permits 1906 1220 00 Cash from sundry collections and investments 4505 82 Total 10727 36 Expenditures Salaries 900 00 Labor 1888 63 Contingent fund 1581 41 Cash re invested 4400 00 Cash Balance 7 1957 32 Total 10727 36 Total amount of investment- on Dec 31st 1906 15274 96 Cash balance Dec 31st 1906 1957 32 Total 17232 28 THOS P AVERILLSecretary Feb 8th 1907 DEALERS STATE HARDWARE CONVENTION The retail hardware dealers of the State met in annual convention in Louisville on Tuesday There was a gratifyingly large at tendance and unusual interest be stowed upon the work of the body Quite a number of interesting and thoughtful papers were read in the interest of the trade A delightful banquet was served Tuesday night and a number of spirited addresses delivered in response to toasts The following officers were elected for the ensuing year President J W Read of Hodgen v lle 1st Vice PresidentEdward Grubbs ofWinchester2d George Cubbage of Leitchfleld TreasurerA Steitler Jr of Owensboro Secretary John R Sower of FrankfortDelegates to National Convention B J Durham of Danville John C Sower of Frankfort The National Convention will meet in Boston Mass in June Mr Sower the hustling energetic and efficient Secretary was reelected for the third time It is a compliment deserved and well bestowed I J FM w iifJi BERTHS JACOBSIn this city on Tuesday afternoon Mrs Pauline Epstein Jacobs wife of Mr Ferd Jacobs aged 89 yearsMrs Jacobs was a very handsome womangentle cultivated and loving She had been a resident of this city some IS years She had made many warm friends among our citizens She leaves a devoted husband and three small children besides a large family of brothers and sisters to mourn her untimely death in the midst of her usefulness as wife mother sis ter friend The remains were taken to Louis ville on Thursday for interment Our deepest sympathy goes out to the afflicted one t LEWISIn this county on Wednesday Flora Williams Lewis infant daughter of Mr Robert Lewis or pneumoniaHALLIn Shelby county Mr John W Hall aged 28 years Mr Hall was a former citizen of this county and was the grandfather of Dr L T jnlsh The remains were brought to this city for interment on Wednesday last BADLY HURT o In a game of Basset Ball at the- Y M C A Gymnasium on Friday night Mr Coy Wells was so unfor tunate as to fall heavily to the floor wrenching mId bruising his shoulder very badly Surgical attention was at once rendered but Mr Wells will be out of the running for several days DEATH OF REV DR JNO H NESBITT Rev J H Nesbitt D D died at his home in Rockford Illinois on Wednes day after a illness of several years durationDr esbltt was pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in this city for several years in the early seventies and was an earnest faithful servant of the Master In personal appearance he was an exceedingly handsome man and he and his wife as fine looking couple as could be met upon our streets during their residence here They were blessed with two sons one of whom died before they came here to live but George the other was a handsome little fellow grew to manhood entered the ministry and was a brilliant young pulpit orator at the time of his death several years ago It was on account of his health which was not good here that Dr Nesbitt gave up his pastorate in this city and took him to another climate The heartbroken widow alone sur vives bowed down with a weight of sorrow the grave having closed over all that was dear to her on earth and to her the hearts of many old friends go out in warmest sympathy If you are Constipated dull or bilious or have a sallow lifeless com plexion try Lax ets just once to see what they will do for you Laxets tabletsIniceing no pain Just n gentle laxative effect that is pleasingly desirable Handy for vest pocket or purse Lax ets meet every desire Laxets come to you In beautiful lithographed metal boxes at 5 cents and 25 cents Sold by all dealers Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair StreetIIF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS J TREASURERS REPORT OF KINGS DAUGHTERS HOSPITAL The treasurers report of the Kings Daughters Hospital for the year just ended shows the following receipts and expenditures From pay patients 184400 Front city 55000 From county 50000 From endowments 75700 From other sources 20700 Total 385849 Dlsbursemets 357869 Balance on hand 27980 f It will be seen that a very large proportion of the receipts which are used for purposes of the hospital are derived from pay patients- It is also well known that charity patients consume much the larger part of its resources- It behoves every good citizen to help this splendid charity whenever pos sible + Croup can positively be stopped in 20 minutes NQ vomiting nothing to sicken or distress your child A sweet pleasant tied 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- FEMININISM IN FRANCE Since the Revolution in France many things have changed For one thing the waste of men in war has familiarized women with varied industry and with the management of estates and business establishments as in perhaps no other country The French family council system re talus for a woman not only the re spect of her grown son but even a considerable measure of legal control andIHe cannot even marry without his I parents consent The growth of femlnisme in France of recent years has been rap id It compelled the institution of a divorce law Woman suffrage is a cardinal tenet in socialism which has nowhere more power in actual government than it has attained in France In Russia which is largely theIDoumavote I NAMES INDIANS HAVE LEFT US IndianIto ocean All the great lakes except Superior the largest rivers Missis sippi Missouri Ohio and Arkansas sippi Missouri Ohio and Arkansas and countless other natural feat ures such as rivers lakes mountains and valleys bear names of Indian origin So do a majority of our States to say nothing of counties and towns Many of striking beauty MlnneIsomehow to fit remarkably welt Dr Cadys Condition Fowuers are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier ani vermifuge They are not food bf PUtfhorsecents per pnoVnrre For sale by J W Gayle and Le Compte Gayle it a jtIAt my Stable in Frankfort Ky on- FEBRUARY 20 1907 Beginning at 10 a m CONSISTING OF YOUNG SADDLE HARNESS WORK HORSES ALSO SOME MULES T will also offer some New rand Secondhand Buggies and Road Carts for sale EVERYBODY COME W F HEARNEFeb 92t Public SaleOF FARM STOCK CROP AND FARM ING IMPLEMENTS l Having decided to quit farming I will sell at public sale on the prem ises located on Stamping Ground and Woodlake pike about halfway I beItween the two places on f FRIDAY FEB 22 1907rthe following property If or before the day of sale will sell my ir- i farm of about two hundred acres all in good repair good fencing in grass and small grain 2 good barns new I t dwelling and fine young orchard just ii beginning to bear cistern and fineyi dairy one hundred ewes forty good k shoats three sows with twenty pigs four milch cows ono bay horse a good driver and worker 2 gray mares one in foal 1 Deering binder 1 Ken tucky drill 1 harrow 1 disc harrow 2 breaking plows 1 cultivator 2 double shovels jumping shovels and pony plows wagon and farm gear 2 bug gies harness etc I Sale to begin at 11 oclock C C GREGORY I B B PEAK Auctioneer 232t r I BRIGHTEST I SNAPPIEST BEST The LouisvilleTimes fills the bill Published every week JI day afternoon You keep posted on EVERYTHING when you read THE TIMES Regular subscription price 500 a year You can get THE TIMES t and 4 RoundaboutwBOTH ONE YEAR I FOR ONLY 6JXy Send your order to this papernot THE TIMES Jr tt READ THE TIMES 1 AND KEEP UP WITH THE TIMES 1 iiE rfY 1 Main St Main gb RELIGIOUS XASCE N S ION EPISCOPAL Rev A B Chinn rector will conduct services at follows r 930 am Sundayschool 11 a m Prayer and Sermon 730 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon The Prophet Haggai will be the subject of evening sermon Wednesday evening prayer at 730 pm Everybody Invited to attend BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M I B Adams the pastor will preach at m and 730 p m The Prophet Haggai 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 Jl Hudson pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m The Prophet Haggai will be the subject of the evening sermon Sundayschool at 930 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 730 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCHRev Father t 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 i FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Dr H E Dosker of Louis Tille will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 p m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 630 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at i1 a m and 730 p m The Prophet Haggai will be tho subject of the evening sermon at 945 a m Prayermeeting on Wednesday even ing at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN 1tt CHURCH Rev Wm Crowo time pas tor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p special service for the orders will be held at 11a Special music will be Evoy body invited The Prophet Haggai will be the subject of time evening sermon Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening- at 730 p Everybody invited to attend AsIi iya Ar ckyti rr PirrrroWfe ssr aaMr 7r B f1P j il A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME TO A HEATING STVE JJ i PRICE GUT In order to make room for Other Seasonable Goods 1 We also have a full line of Ranges Grates Mantles rClovcr Timothy Orchard Grass Blue Grass Call and Examine Sane and Get Prices I 307309 R C SOWER CO 307309 111e Sundayschool fraternalI GET Seed BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sun d a y school every Sunday afternoon at 3 p m Everybody Invited- CHOATVILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCHBro T N Arnold will preach at this church Sunday Feb 10 at 11 oclock UNION RELIGIOUS CRUSADE Col Noel Gaines has been engaged in a new role recently In conjunc tion with Rev Geo R Stuart and Rev C B Strouse two noted Southern revivalists a big meeting has just been closed at Atlantic City N J in which there were over 500 conversions The meeting commenced Jan 13 and con tinued until Jan 31 There were very large crowds pres ent at every meeting held by these gentlemen Col Gaines delivered from one to two addresses each day and was very strong in his opposition to the rein statement of the Army Canteen giv ing his own experiences in the matter during the Cuban and Philliplne cam paigns This is rather a new role for Col Gaines but he has made good in it 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 la Brights disease in the Diabetes stage I fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me permanently for it has already stopped the liver and bladder complications which have troubled me for years Guaranteed at all drug gists Price only 50c ENGINE ON C 0 EXPLODES WITH TERRIBLE RESULT An engine on a C 0 doubleheader exploded just east of Tebbs Station on Tuesday killing four men and injuring others The force of the explosion caused the engine to turn end for end The track was torn up for a con siderable distance and traffic was de laved for several hours 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 Frankfort Drug Co FINE SCOTT COUNTY FARM FOR SALE By reference to the advertisement off Mr C C Gregory m another place it will be seen that ho offers a fine Scott county farm of 200 acres for sale on Friday Feb 22 at public auction Read his notice Tho women of Frankfort are praising Father Williams Indian Ton aitl Herb Tablets every tiny They are undoubtedly tho best Female Tonics and Regulators known and are fast becoming tho boat soIlIng female preparation wo havo over handled Jill nkfor1 Drug Co Druggists t 4tY iEAST INDIAN FOLK MEDICINE Remedies In Which the Natives Have Implicit FaithIPerhaps In no world Is time evil eye an object of such great dread as In India You will cause mortal offence to a Hin doo lady should you remark of her child What a nice baby you have or How baby has grown since I saw him last She makes It a rule to speak deprecatingly of her child and represents It as the victim of non existent ailments so that your evil eye shall not affect It Should she become aware that In spite of her precautions you have defiled it with your admiration she will lose no time In counteracting the apprehended effects of the drishtidosham One of the simplest methods adopted smallIround of the child to the accomplainment of incantations If no pugnent odor Is apparent it is an indication that the dosham has been averted The harati ceremony so frequent ly observed in Marriages and other festive occasions is also intended to cunteract the dire influence of the evil eye A plate containing saffron water is held by two ladies in front of the married couple about a score of times during the progress of a Hindoo marriage so that the admiration of the spectators shall not in juriously affect the bride or the bride groom The curious ceremonies of which her Royal Highness the Prin cess of Wales formed the central figure within a few hours after her landing on Indian shores were in one way intended to be a sort of insur ance against the possible effects of the evil eye If a child in arms be taken into the open air and a bird fly directly over Its head the Infant will be rapidly reduced to a mere skeleton The only remedy is to give it for some days a few drops of an oil extracted from the titturupitta a kind of sparrowGreat are ascribed to the claws and horns of certain animals Tigers claws are In great demand with the common people One or two claws may be worn near the loins but should one possess a larger num ber the fortunate owner makes a garland of them and wears them around her neck Deers horn ground into a fine paste is an excel lent balm for pains and swellings more curious use is found for the sane substance it is sometimes made Into a powder which Is supposed to aid the growth of stunted women The joints taken from the long and slender tall of the black scorpion are supposed to keep illness at arms distance when children wear them on their waist thread- A red or swollen eye is cured by having it touched with the bolt or chain attached to a door A remedy which I have seen applied with con siderable effect In more than one eplletlc fit Is to place a bunch of keys in the palm of the sufferer I have heard it said that the fit passes away as readily If time keys are placed on the head Sore throat is cured by spitting on red hot Iron quite the simplest and least expensive cure known to the tg ytP1 f LI fil native doctor Peacocks flesh and pigs ghee are the best medicines for acute rheumatism Cobwebs are most useful in boils and in skin diseases of all kinds SWITZER Miss Elizabeth Spicer who has been the guest of Miss Llllle Carter for the past month returned to her home in Lexington last Thursday Mr Willie Dawson of Georgetown College spent last Sunday with his parents Dr YoB Dawson and wife Miss Lula B Jones of Lexington spent last Monday night with Miss Lillle Carter Mrs W H Switzer spent last Sun day with her parents Mr Geo Darnaby and wife near Stamping to the illness of Prof J L Oliver there has been no school this John Easley of Stamping Ground who has been the guest of Mrs J H South returned homo this week Miss Bettie Jones spent Wednesday in FrankfortMr E B Hall entertained a number of guests on last Wednesday Cleo Carter and Gertrude Smith spent last Wednesday with Miss Nannie Jones Mr Lynn Switzer won the class merit on last Friday of the eighth grade spelling Boys stop look and listen think what we are missing This is the second snow and no sleigh riding so far Messrs Russell and Ike Green entertained a number of guests on Thursday evening Mrs Albert Carter was called to the Forks of Elkhorn by the Illness of her daughter Mrs John Suter Mrs J W Poindexter who has been ill for the past week we are glad to report Is some better Mr Manly McQuillan of Louisville visited friends here this week There will be services here on to morrow at 11 a m also 645 p m by Rev YolI Taylor FORGET- MENOTnifigeslion Etomnch trouble but a symptom of Iud not Itself a true disease think of Dyspepsia nrtburn and Indigestion as real diseases yet ey are symptoms only of a certain specula rye sickness nothing else t was this fact that first correctly led Dr Shoop the creation of that now very popular Stomach nicdy Dr Shoops Restorative Going direct the stomach nerves alone brought that d favor to Dr Shoop and his Restorative With t that original and highly vital principle no ch lasting accomplishments were ever to bo had or stomach distress bloating biliousness bad path and sallow complexion try Dr Shoops Btorattve Tablets or Liquid and see for your f what It can and will do We sell and cheer ly recommend Jr Shoops leslorative ALL DEALERS i NOTICE The Local Carpenters Union No 1478 have adopted the eight lour scale with same pay to take effect April 1st 1907 t0lOt BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris DivisionFLeave Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and at 9 and p in Leave Paris every hour from 0 a m to 7 p m and 10 p in Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 680 a m to780 pm andatu and p m Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from 010 a m to S15 p in and at p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 6 a m to 0p m and at 9 and p m Leave Versailles very hour from 545 n m to 045p m and at 815 and lOp m E T Phone 010 Home Phone 174- R T GUNN Manager 2ttaRAILROAD TIME TABLE WEST BOUNDSSd f 4No 19 L N Frankfort Accom modation departs 535 a m daily ex cept Sunday No 61 L N departs 755 a m Sunday only No 21 C 0 Via Shelbyville departs 920 a m daily No 17 L X departs 940 a m daily except Sunday No 15 L N departs 320 p m dally except Sunday No 23 C 0 Via Shelbyville departs G15 p m daily EAST BOUND No IS L N leaves 950 a m r dally except SundaylNo 22 C 0 leaves 1018 a m 16 L N leaves 435 p m daily except Sunday No 20 L N Frankfort Accom modative arrives 615 p m daily except Sunday No 24 C 0 leaves 759 p m daily i No 62 L N leaves 826 p m Sunday only i C 0 trains arrive and depart from Seventh Street Station Louis villeL N trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive amdepart from Tenth and Louisville Frankfort Accommodation arrives and departs from First and Water Street StationtLeaves for ParlsG20 a m i Returns 1125 a mfLeaves for Paris 200 p m Returns 720 p m J W WATSON Ticket Age Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in effect Nov 25 IMG subject to change without notice Limited tot Louisville Nashville Men phis West and Southwest 920 A 31 mill 514 P limply Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadel pithy New York Hichmond Old Point and Norfolk 1010 A 31 and 801 P M Daily J3lyc 1Rvr HYru J1f11 i j McClures Splendid Sale You can buy More and Better Goods a at McClures than at any other Store in this City GO THERE AND SEE212214 ST CLAIR STREET POULTRY SHOW l 8 Continued from first page tbi i v B F Bedford Midway Ky W P Rocks Fifth hen g i Pektn Ducks Third drake third fourth and fifth ducks W Klrtley Hockensmith Frankfort Ky f Pit GamesThird cock t Fantail PigeonsFirst and second B Scr F R Wright Shelbyville IJ Silver Laced WyandottesFourth t cock fourth hen second cockerel t first and second pullets i7 IBrawn Leghorns Fifth cock r Dark BrahmasSecond cock third and fourth hens second cockerel first f 1 and second cockerel first and second t pullets t Pit GamesFourth cock first hen jifi first and second cockerels fourth and fifth pullets first pen ri R B Red Game BantamsFirst 4cock first hen second cockerel sec- Ondf pullet tt I Golden Seabright Bantams First cockerel first pullet 4 Frank L mlttrLeStlngtdn KY i8 third4rWhite Homer PigeonsSecond hen j Dr W J Wolf Nlcholasvllle Ky B B Red Game BantamsFirst f cock first hen second lien IJt Mrs R M Holt Frankfort Ky J wBlack LangshansFirst cock first t i and second pullet pulIl FyMorgan Brawner Frankfort Ky Ir Pigeon and Silver Spangled Ham F burg winners given above Jt1 i i1W D Overton Frankfort Ky WyandottesFirst cockerel f second and fifth pullets i J A Posey Frankfort Ky Ip Buff Orpingtons First and second icockrels i W F Nickles Frankfort Ky Pit Games First cock third hen iItJfftiiWJiJ Grant Johnson Frankfort Ky S C White Leghorns Fourth hen t L fifth pen rt Mrs Hemphill Nlcholasvllle Ky i Silver Laced WyandottesThird cock second third and fifth hen tVfirst pullet third cockerel second f penW McKee Hardie Frankfort Ky Pit GamesSecond cock i A S Ashbrook Lexington Ky I S C Buff Orpingtons Third cock- erelY second pullet second hen first J penS C Rhode Island RedsSecond cockereljHenry Kelley Ldxington Ky OrpingtonsSecondkrt first pullet first pen Partridge WyandottesSecond hen edlr second cockerel f IMrs J M Whaley Sharpsburg Ky ILight Brahmas Third cock fourth pen Jfl i t1tY Saunders Nlcholasville Ky IL Cochin BantamsFirst cock I erel first and third pullets Holloway Nicholasville Ky IPhil Cochin Bantams First cock hen third pullet G E Mann Nashville Tenn White Plymouth RocksFirst and second cock first and second cockerel first second third and fourth hens first second third fourth and fifth pullets first pen Lehman Bros Midway Ky Light Brahmas First cock second and fifth cockerels first second and third hens second pen Partridge WyandottesThird cock third and fourth hens third and fifth pullets third and fourth cockerels Buff WyandottesThird cock third cockerel second and third hens first and second pulets first pen Single Comb Rhode Island Reds Second cock third and fourth hens fourth pullet first pen Roger V Harp Lexington Ky Barred Rocks First hen second and third pullets v 0y Mrs Charles T Samuels Deatesvllle Ky S C Brown LeghornsThird cock second hen third cockerel first pul let third pen Barred Rocks Third cockerel sec ond hen fourth and fifth pullets D D Slade Lexington Ky WhiteandottesTI1ird cock second cockerel second third fourth and fifth hens third pullet first pen O R Williamson Lexington Ky Pigeons winners given above J W Waldner Flag Fork Ky Golden Wyandottes Second cock second fourth and fifth pulltes first pen Silver WyandottesFourth cockerel third pulletIM B TurkeyssSecond Tom first cockerel third fourth fifth pullets first second and third hens S E Holloway Nicholasville Ky S C Buff Orpington First hen fourth cock fifth cockerel third and fifth pullets Phil Holloway Nicholasvllle White Cochin BantamsFirst hen first cockerel first and second pullets first and second hen first second and third pullets James DeSilvey Lexington Ky White VandottesFirst pullet fifth cockerel Dr C J Clarke Paris Ky S C White LeghornsFirst sec ond third hens first second third and fifth coclerels third and fifth pullets first second third and fourth pens F Taliaferro Frankfort Ky IT Plymouth Rocks Second fifth pen Geo C Bealer Nicholasville Ky White Langshans First cockerel Mrs Sam Sullivan Wakefield Ky White Rocks Third cockerel- S C White LeghornsFourth cockerelI f W B Buford Nicholasville Ky B B Red GameBantams First hen second cock first and third pullets first pen Buff Cochin BantamsFirst and second cock first and second hen first cockerel first and second pullet Norval Maxwell Louisville Ky White WyandottesFourth Cockerel Richard Jones Louisville White WandottesSecond cock W H Hoge Frankfort KyI White Faced Black Spanish No competitionS Third cockiR S Sprake Stamping Ground Ky M B GobblerFirstI GusL HamlIn Lamar Mo White WyandottesFirst cock and third cockerel first and fourth pul lets second pen W B Buford Nicholasville Ky Buff Rocks Second and third hens third cock E H Jones Georgetown4RKy Light Brabiaas= Fourtb aiuW41fth hens Bum OrpingtonsFourth cockerel first and fourth pullet Dr Jefferson Webb Hunt Ky S C Black Minorcas Second cock second hen first second and third pullets first pen Good Paxton Louisville Ky S C Brown LeghornsFirst cock fourth and fifth hens second pul let first pen J W Waldner Flag Fork Ky Rhode Island RedsSecond and third pullets L Saunders Nlcholasvllle Ky Buff Cochin BantamsSecond and third cockerel third and fourth pul lets third hen- NEIGHBORS GOT FOOLED I was literally coughing myself to death and had become too weak to leave my bed and neighbors pre dicted 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 tti 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 ALOTSALE OF HOUSE Mr Elmer Bryant and wife have sold a house and lot on Benson Ave West Side to Mr Win Coins Price G50 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 f I 1 CORKERS AND TWISTERS By Mrs OHoulIhan Oh that ground hog What a pity that the Norseman who gave him pro phetic wisdom did not understand that signs must be read backward or he surely would not have us believe the Kentucky ground hog to be an exception to his class To sustain his reputation and forefend against the howling storm that succeeded his stor ied day the farmers of Elkhorn and Flat Creek and Benson and Cedar Run should have built fires about his hole as they do in Russia and thue prevented the possibility of his ap pearance and the lie that attended It But the ground hog is no worse oft than the almanac or the goose bone or the corn shuck or the muskrat Yet he gets less credit for one miss has ruined his further prospect whilst if the almanac hits one day in the week its wisdom is infallible If the goose bone was too young or too fat or the bone was read from the wrong end and the black spots were reversed At any rate we will vote to gve the ground hog another chance text year There are several ways to get more money from the property owners with out raising the tax levy To raise the tax levy Is so palpable and so direct that it is obnoxious So the last Legislature simply remodeled the system and Increased the revenue into the treasury So the city finan ciers having gotten the levy to the heartbreaking notch have adopted the method of raising the property assessment You may break you may shatter the vase if you will but the scent of the roses will hang round it sUllIThe taxpayer pays the in creased expense So the insurance companies have a way of being good to the insured by lowering the rates They simply readjust the rates lowering on some and raising on others but on the whole getting more money than ever When the fire alarm telegraph was put In by the city council this was the way they redeemed their promise to lower rates Is not a system of taxation of this sort really a system of double taxa tion It is said the clerks record after the next term of the Franklin Circuit Court will probably contain the fol lowing items among others Damage suit of Johnson Hungry v the City of Frankfort for injury to nose by falling over the rocks on Holmes street extended Verdict of jury awarded 1500 Damage suit of Wm Buster v Same for stumping his toe on gutter In pavement on West Broadway Ver dict of jury 905 Damage suit of Jim Demijohn for being unable to climb the ascent of South Frankfort bridge v Same Verdict of jury 5000 Damage suit of Henry Slickumfel her for false arrest by police for vio lation of the Sunday law Award o jury 1000- Damage suit of Peter Simple v Same for concussion of the brain by sound of blasting at the rock quarry Award of jury 1500 No one has ever dug up the tomahawk that was buried near the Cav- r spring by one of the early settlers of Kentucky as a proof of his visit Nor has any one ascertained the owner of the musket that was unearthed when the water pipes were being laid Natures Great InventioD de banks ob de Amazon far away far swig r Dr Green Flowers to day IOn picked dose lowers in August in ole Brazil aldo Ise a Yankee ah lOUiS to be dar still qAugust Flower is the only median I free from alcoholic stimulants that has cbeen successful the entirei s thirtytwo feetof digestive a normal and assisting naturesNrprocesses of digestion separation an for building and rebuilding by preventing AM irregular or unnatural causes interrupt healthy feet natural processes and result in intesn tinal indigestion catarrhal affections unhealthyfoodsand other complaints such as colic biliousness jaundice etc i qugust Flower is natures intended re ulator Two sizes abc 750 All druggistaj For sale by J W Gayle SPLENDID OFFER I We are able to give you this splendid offer s Louisville Herald AND ROundabout For one year for only J 200 In advance only This gives you a dally paper Sunday excepted for a nominal price and your own local paper giving all the hams news and the news of the political campaign now on Send In names and cash 60 YEARS- EXPERIENC1 1 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS C Anyone sending a sketch and description may anftions strictly confidential HANDBOOK on Patents sent free Oldest for Bocurlnaputonts 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