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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i- fr Q I JJ11 J 80GJii it 7 I t4 h fJ i 1 7J il s pr f Iif t rfl 1 iI hY l1 oJ t J f THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT a GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEKMS 100 In Advance VOL XXXIFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY FEBUARY 16 1907 No 24 ASSESSMENT OF FRANKLIN COUNTY PORPERTY I The following data is gathered from the assessors books of this county for the year 1907 the assessment being made as of date September 1906 Amount ot bonds 05900 Amount of notes secured by mortgage 430987 Amount of other notes 120241 Amount of accounts 103883 Amount of cash on hand 15319 Amount of cash on deposit In bank 110584 Amount of cash on deposit with other corporations 34676 Amount of cash on deposit with Individuals 310 Amount of nil other credits or money at Interest 1955 Amount of stock in joint stock companies or associations not paid on by the company or association 125000 Amount of stock in foreign corporations Number of acres of land 122754 Valuation of each tract with Improvements 2777227 Number of town lots 1846 Value of each with improve t ments 2739657 Number of thoroughbred ortstandard stallions 6 Value 2150 Number of thoroughbred or standard geldings 1 Value 75 t Number of thoroughbred or standard mares and colts 137 I Value 9395 i Number of stallions of com v mon stock 8 Value 800 Number of Geldings mares and colts of common stock 3239 Value 158630 v Number of mules and mule LY colts 720 Value 49573 JSNjimJieroLJaaks 0- ff Value V 1455 w Number of jennets 5 y Value 110 Number of thoroughbred and VVstandard cows and calves 10 Value 250 Number of bulls cows calves t and steers of common stock 4772 9 Value 90328 k Dumber of sheep 5047 Value 181000 y Number of hogs 4497 EValue 25812 of agricultural Imple mants 8175 of agricultural products taxation after deducting iValue of crops grown with the year and in hands 2501Valueever kind 49447 Value of slaughtered animals 50 I Value of safes 1785 Value of household andi kitchen furniture 172065 y Value of manufacturing Imple f ments machinery of all Gz kinds 61185 i Value of piano forte and other 1 musical Instruments 21223 Value of raw material to berx used In manufacturing i 41600 fc Value manufactured articles 29700 B Value of paintings 1529 5V Libraries 1 Y Value of libraries 10445 Number of volumes 2630 Number of diamonds 100 J 1 73621ValueC Value of jewelry 1105 of bold silver and plat ied ware 6076 Value of steam engines In eluding boiler I 5900 Value of water craft 35SO Value mineral products 800 Value of wines brandies and whlsldesIIS I thereof not In 4bonded warehouse 39242 Number of stores 198 Value of stock of goods and other property therein 245430 Value of all property not mentioned above 131712 Total assessed value of j t money notes accounts etc1063845 Total assessed value of other personal property 1203390 Amount of exemption on household goods and other personal property to a per son with familynot exceeding 250 Grand total value of all prop erty assessed for taxation After exemption has been deducted 7473087 The grand total shows an increase- in assessed property of close to 2 000000 THE OLD McBRAYER DISTILLERY t SOLD 0The Old McBrayer Distillery located at Alt Sterling together with 16000 barrels of whisky was sold bits Y present owner Mr W W Johnson of Cincinnati to Rosenfleld Co of Chicago Ill on Wednesday for 400000 This distillery was formerly the property of Messrs E H Taylor 0Jr Sons and was first known as the Newmarket Distillery It was afterwards sold by this firm to Messrs L C Norman and John Aleagher and by them to Mr W W Johnson The purchase was brought about by the rulings of the revenue depart ment on the subject of straight rectified and blended goods which has made an unprecedented demand for straight goods The agitation for this end was begun by Messrs E H Taylor Jr Sons FRANKLIN COUNTY FARMERS S WAREHOUSE CO A meeting of those who have pooled their tobacco under the auspices of the American Society of Equity was held at the courthouse on Wednesday A corporation was formed to financ- the pool and to be known as the Franklin County Farmers Ware i u M haqse Co The following officers were elected PresidentOscar C Kenney Vice President J C McDonald SecretaryBedford Macklin TreasurerFarmers Bank Directors Zach Church Robt Win gate G C Smither Clarence Julian Geo L Hannen A J Bridges and B Stone 40I000- Places for storage will be arranged for later on Only one on the Trabue place near Hoge Station has been se jetted so far 1 HUNTING FOR TROUBLE I lived in California 20 years and still hunting for trouble in the way lam burns sores wounds boils cuts or a case of piles that Buck lens Arnica Salvo wont quickly cure writes Charles Walters o Alleghany Sierra Co No use hunt slug Mr Walters it cures every case Guaranteed by all druggists 25c IWONTSiT IN POWERS CASE ICircuit Judge Robt L Stout de clued on Wednesday that he could not conscientiously sit in the trial of Caleb Powers as he had been employ ed to assist In selecting in jurors from Woodford county in the Howard case How different his action from some jiitiges who would disregard these fine distinctions IBIG SUCCESS The Valentine Bazar and Dinner given by the Ladles Auxiliary of the Y M C A on Tuesday was a big success They literally sold them selves out clearing the neat sum of about 150 It was held in the Penn Electric Cos office St Clair street H A VALUABLE LESSON IISlx years ago learned a valuable lesson writes John Pleasant of Mag nolla Ind I thou began taking Dr Kings Now Life Pills and the longer 1 take them the beter I find them They please everybody Guaranteed by all druggists 25c I I v PRESBYTERIAN BROTHERHOOD BANQUET I On Friday night the Presbyterian Brotherhood of the First Presbyterian Church held a banquet in the Sunday school rooms of that church 8It was a very enjoyable occasion Col Chas E Hoge the President was necessarily absent attending the sick bed of his son in Cincinnati Mr John W Milain presided and introduced Rev C R Hudson as toast masterAddresses were delivered by Rev Chas R Hudson who stated that he was a brotherinlaw of the Presbyte rian Church Judge E C ORear Rev William Crowe and Rev Dr Goss of Cincinnati The addresses were both eloquent and inspiring and well calculated to produce good results in the future We are glad to state that this body is growing in strength and enthusiasm ruNARROW ESCAPE As Mr Chas W McQueen was driv ing along the Leestown pike on his way to church on Sunday morning his twentyyear old buggy mare be came frightened and dashed to one side of the road falling together with the buggy over a twentyfoot cliff to the river bank and was Instantly killed tho buggy being smashed to pieces Mr McQueen luckily jumped from the vehicle catching to a small sapling thus saving his life The recent hlghwater had washed away the guard rails along the road side which made it possible for the horse to fall over the cliff Mr McQueen does not know what caused the animal to become frighten ed eGRAVE DANGER f I t i i and destroyer of young men says 1Ir Carnegie In the Empire of Business I am no temperance lecturer In dis guise 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 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 reform may brace up and if not recover lost ground at least reI main in the race and secure and twin a respectable position But fronij the Insane thrlst for liquor escape almost Impossible I have known but few exceptions to the rule TO RENUMBER HOUSES At the suggestion of Postmaster Geo L Barnes the City Council has orflered all the houses In the city to be renumbered and those not number madefto promote Improvements in the facili ties and work of the postoffice force Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate tot skin eruptions e DUCK JOHNSON PAROLED Duck Johnson a well known colored man who has been serving a term in the pen for killing Harry Mordecai was paroled on Monday last prlsonerlManyhi selfdefense when he killed Mor decal nod helped to secure his parole ea READ ITIMaster comn has an advertisement paper Those Interested should It v lenlll REMOVES TO HANDSOME HOME Councilman T R Kenney has re moved Into his handsome new house just completed on Steelo street It Is one of the most modern and con venient residences in the city aeWlttLlltle Early Risers The famous little pills I II TheAdvance Guards IOfour Immense Spring Stock are here and j every train to Frankfort leaves a package spring Goods for C KAGIN BRO We call attention to a few of the new arrivals Woolen Dress Fabrics Never before have fabrics for spring been more attractive than those of this season Wo are showing some beautiful patterns in the delicate shades in neat checks and plaids at 5Oc per yard Also n magnificent assortment of weaves and patterns in the popular shades for spring at 75c 100 S15O per yard The newest things in trimming braids New White Waist Materials- We make special mention of the stew Sheer Figured White Goods for Waists in neat little checks and plaids These are the newest thingsin white waistings Prices 25c and 35c yard Embroidered Collars 15c and 25c r JCollursr l 1 Ruchings White and colored Bushings at 15c and 25c yard r- E broideriesaq es 1 Never before have se carried such an immense stock of trimmings nsthis season Everything desirable in em broidered edges insertions band trimmings corset cover pricesOurcan save you money on these C KAGIN BRO NO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY H LAST GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK DIES ExGov Frank W Higgins who has just vacated the olllce of Governor of New York died on Tuesday of acute heart disease Gov Higgins made a good record as GovernorI BEAUTIFUL ELECTRIC SIGN The Penn Electric Co has had one of the pretiest electric signs we ever saw erected In front of their estab wasImiSSOMETHING NEW Plaster Board I =II plaster bettor than laths Makes a warmer house Anybody can put it on See it on our new office We sell laths also and all kinds of Lumber Sashs and Doors HAMMOND CO I George Washingtonk Cannot Tell a Lie Hatchette Cherry Sprays Cherry Tress Watch Fobs for Fob 22 on sale PERSONAL Miss Flora Rea visited friends in Paris this week Mr Albert H McClure has return ed from St Louis Mo Hammond of Shelby county were the guests of Dr G W Chinn on Sunday Ray Mr Russell S Penn left Monday for Georgetown Mr R W Dehoney made a busi ness trip to Cincinnati on Tuesday Mrs Wm Cromwell left Monday morning for a visit to Louisville Col Chas E Hoge made a business trip to Washington City this week Col Ed E Abbett made a business trip to Cincinnati this week Editor Josh R Catlett of Princeton was In the city this week Capt M H Inslto of Carlisle was in the city this week Rev Dr M B Adams made a busi r I- ness trip to Louisville this week Co Jas A Scott has been appoint ed special judge to sit invj3oyd coun ty Mr Schnyler B Mayhall Jr of Lex ington spent Sunday here the guest of his aunt Miss Susie Mayhall Col J Smith Hays of Winchester who has been the guest of his uncle Gen N B Hays has returned home Mr G H Mastin and son Gilbert Jr have returned from New York City 4Mr R K McClure Sr left Tues day for a business trip to Eastern 1 Kentucky idrs E E Abbett returned Tuesday night from a visit to Washington City and Annapolis Md Miss Helen ORear who is attending Science Hill Academy Shelbyville was at home the first of the week Mrs N F Richardson Is the guest of her son Mr Vaschot H Richard son in Louisville Mr A C Rucker of Louisville was In the city on legal business on Tuesday Mrs A B Rust of St Louis Mo yeas the guest of Mrs A C Van Winkle Conway street this week Mrs A M Miller of Duluth Wis was the guest of Mrs S J Shackle ford this week Miss Lilian Lindsey attended the State Federation of Womens Clubs In h Louisville this week Mr W J Gooch Representative from Simpson county was in the city r this week Mr W J Steele of Versailles was called here by the serious illness of his sister Mrs Jno F Davis Col A V lUte and son Paul at n tended MardI Gras In New Orleans La this week Miss Mary Keith Miles of Lexington was the guest of her parents Mr i Jno E Miles and wife this week Mrs Anna VanDeveer visitor her Lexkngrton Mrs I T West left Tuesday for Irvine to visit her daughter Mrs R M Bergman 0r Honest Merchandise Foolish is he who advertises untruthfully Figures do not lie mid our 25c 50c OOc find 75c numbers of Wool Dress Goody tell thy same story Money a worth Black Silks one yard whip at li0 yard we honesty believe tho greatost value we have ever shown Our 50c The and 100 Shirt Waists have got them all beat and THATS NO LIE Charles J Weitzel Miss Bernice Scottow of Louisville is visiting friends at her old home in MidwayMr T Smith and bride nee Mary McDowell Clore were guests of Mrs Saml Steele on Wednesday Miss Jennie Farrell of Louisville was the guest of Miss Amy Lyons North Shelby street this week Mrs Joe Gray Green of Louisville was called here by the illness of her mother Mrs Jno F Davis Mr Claude Hazelrigg and Mr Jno T Hazelrigg returned Wednesday from Catlettsburg Mr Wm Young of Shelbyville was the guest of Mr Steele Reading this Nellie Hawkins of Lexington was the guest of her aunt MrsAustin Robinson this week Miss Blanche Archer of Greenville Miss who has been the guest of Mrs W H McAlphln has returned home Mr John R Richardson of Louis vile was the guest of his father Mr N F Richardson this week x Mrs Richard Morris and daughter Mrs Jno WR Williams visited In Lexington this week Mrs J B Lewis of Versailles Is the guest of her son Mr A T Lewis in New York City Mr Egbert C Stephens and wife left Tuesday for New York City to purchase their new stock of milinery Mrs J Q A Stewart left Tuesday for Philadelphia Penn to visit her daughter Mrs Wm Rodman Miss Eudora Crutcher of Wood ford county was the guest of her sister Mrs W G Simpson this week waslweek Mr Prentiss ORear of Mt Ster ling has returned home after a visit to his parents here Mr Geo Grovemeyer of Louisville who has been the guest ofMr Allen Hoffman has returned home Mr W O Davis of Versailles was in the city Tuesday on legal busi nessMrs E Church Tinsley of New Orleans La is the guest of her mother Mrs Jno B Dryden Sr Judge E C ORear and wife have gone to Florida where the Judge hopes to recuperate from his run down con tion Judge E C ORear Mr Claude Hazelrigg and Mr Jno T Hazelrigg Jr left Sunday for Catlettsburg to attended U e Court Misses Theo Pulliam and Rossie Thomas of Louisville who have been guests of Mrs Jno C Davis West Side have returned home Mrs B Todd Crutcher and sons John and Todd Jr left Sunday morn Ing for a visit to relatives at Mt SterlingDr H Hughes and wife who have been guests of his parents Mr J W Hughes Sr and wife have gone to San Francisco Cal Mrs W f Boatman who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs W F Hearne has returned home in Nicholasvllle turned from a visit to relatives in LouisvilleDr E Baxter has returned from a trip to Neosho Mo Maj Mi B Bowden of Louisville was In the city Thursday Mrs James Coins visited relatives in Versailles this week Mrs R C Jouett left Thursday to visit relatives in Bagdad Mrs W F Hearne and son are guests of relatives in Lexington Mrs B M Swain of Smithfield Is the guest of Mr J Paul Swain Mr Howell Scott and Miss Bertha Scott went to Cincinnati on Thurs day Mr H H Heise and wife of Madison Ind are guests of Miss Viola John D Sallee and daughter have returned from a visit to relatives at Eminence Miss Lizzie Hunt Chinn was the guest of Mlsr Esther Burnam at Richmond this week t Mrs J M Prekins was called to Louisville Thursday by the Illness of her motherinlaw Mrs Wm Perkins Mrs M E Cochran of Eminence who has been the guest of her sonin law Mr Jas W Hughes Jr has returned home Mr Carl Kagin has gone to New York City to purchase the spring goods for the big dry goods stores or C Kagln Bro Mrs WK Van Winkle has re- Miss Eloise Booe who has been at home for ten days has returned to the College of Music in Cincinnati Col Henry Wilkin Supervisor of Distilleries for the Western District of the Kentucky Distilleries Warehouse Co was here this week Mr W S Farmer and Mr Cecil Farmer left Tuesday for New York City to buy their spring stock of dry goods etc Mr Louis St J Thomas of Louis ville was the guest of his aunt Mrs J N Crutcher West Side on Wednes day Mr R M B Colvin of Falmouth who has been the guest of Rev T F Taliaferro and wife has returned Norman Miles and wife or Huntington West Virginia have come to this city to reside Mr Miles having accepted a position with the K D W H Co Mr Alex T Lewis son 01 Mr J B Lewis formerly of this city has been transferred by the Buffalo Forgo Works to New York City to work Under the New York manager of that Harry J Abbett who graduated at the Naval Academy An napolis Md on Monday is visillng his parents Col E E Abbett and wife South Side and will spend his furlough in this city before being ordered to sea er W Early Risers The famous little plllfc r t 9S colds little Defend the of Our ir Muslin Underwear f With our word They nre the best values thats THE TRUTH Get Busyfi And dont fail to see the handsomest and largest lot Furnishings we ever had Also laces including w Real Linen Torchon and tt Smyrna Laces f At Reasonable Prices y JLINENSThe cut in Waisting Linens still prevails WHITE GOODS Cambrics Long Cloths Englishr i and French Nainsooks and Muslins YSpecial Cut on Skirts and Jackets ji F J HEENEY r nz l Value JOHN DR1SCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer fii The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMad Ii Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL2l- 6St i Clair St Frankfort Kentucky t IFREE From Isaac Shelby to J C W Beckham KENTUCKYS ALL oGOVERNORSI The First Time Their Pictures Have Ever Been Published th J i FREE all tfltuckyIn order to place these pictures in a permanent form they have been arranged in a group in an uptodate Atlas showing with the latest census pictures of all the presidents the United States Rulers and Flags of all nations steamship routes statistical data history of the RussoJapan War also late maps of the United States Pan ama Canal Eastern and reports of the last three national census and much other historical information S This and valuable Atlasls FREB to ALL EVENING SUBSCRIBERS If not now a subscriber send 300 for a full subscription by mall or 200 for six months subscription Understand that these rates are by only and that the subscription price by or agent is cents per week The 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 IIPar1 To Stop a Cold with Preventlcs Is safer than to let it run and cure it afterwards Taken at the sneeze stage Preventics will head off all and Grippe and perhaps save you from Pneumonia or Bronchitis Preventics are toothsome candy cold cure tablets selling little 5 cent chillyIIt We Merits find 1 Sour I J POST years LATEST STYLES PAPER IN WALL 1 I have a full line of all the latestlstyles In wall paper Call and ex mine stock C AOpposite 23ttj7l i genuineLaxative w i the remedy that cures n cold In one day u rH Ir fj f PER CAPITA OF TAXES PAID BY y r COUNTIES IN KENTUCKY Frankfort Ky Feb 14 Assistant State Auditor C E Booe has just completed an interesting table show ing the average amount of State taxe paid by each citizen in every count a In the State The highest per capit is paid by Woodford county 4S6 an the lowest by Elliott county 40 cents L The average paid per capita in the c Whole State is 127 The following c is the table based mi the taxes col I lected in 1906 and on tne census of population in 1900 Amount per cap Adair 79 Allen 54 3JirY Ballard 125 1Barren v 84 Bath 1415v Bell s I jryjfc 9i Boone 2 93 Bourboni 3 87 ff Boyd 175 Boyle 288r fi Bracken 1 34 ftBreathltt i 0 60 I t Bree 97 V Bullitt 1 34 Butler 76 p Caldwell tl01 k Calloway 100 t Campbell 185 Carlisle 113f Carroll 141 Carter 16 jv e Casey 57 t Christian T r 137 r Clark 2 95 if = + i vlClay 55 Clinton t 64 I Crittenden 96v 1 j Cumborlarid 83 DavlessV183J EdmonsonElliott 71 V 40 Estill 50 Fayette rvv 4 11 I Fleming 1 48 Floyd 63 Franklin 1 57 Fulton 1 79 Gallatin 1 28 Garrard 218 Grant 1 30 Graves 124 Grayson A 54 Green 47 Grecnup 65 Hancock 1 01 Hardin 1 05 Harlan 1 33 Harrison 1 98 Hart 84 Henderson 1 74 Fresh From the Fashion Centers Has Come This Comprehensive Showing of Aew Sprint Garments This is an announcement to compel the attention of style followers Now on view in this store are the latest representatives of the fashions in Readytowear Suits Coats Skirts and Waists awaiting inspection and offering a harvest of new ideas from which our customers can garner to their hearts content With an eye single to your purse and taste we have selected these fresh garments and feel assured in advance ol your perfect contentment with our purchases It is always wise to give careful thought to the new styles of a new season and every courtesy will be extended by us to those in search of advance information Suits Grey Mlxt Eton Suits 1500 v Stylish effects 1750 to 2500 Spring Jackets Box Fitted Styles 500 ifrps Henry 164 Hickman 166 Hopkins 96 Jackson 52 Jefferson 306 43s68y69a79dKnox 80 Larue 128 Laurel I 64 Lawrence 66 Lee 5 60 Leslie 1 05 Letcher 91 Lewis 70 Lincoln 151 j Livingston 110 i Logan 102 I Lyon 80 1881lIagoffin C7lIarshallMartin 81 Mason 2 37 McCracken 187 McLean 93 Meade 132 Menefee 42 Mercer 2 05 Metcalfe 67 Monroe VV 78 Montgomery 2 24 Morgan 70 Muhlenberg 69 Nelson 1 98 Nicholas Y 170 Ohio 87 Oldham 2 47 Owen s 90 Owsley 69 Pendleton V 117 Perry r 76 Pike L 84 Powell 69 Pulaski 77 Robertson 99 Rockcastle 5 48 Rowan 66v Russell 64 Scott 2 60 Shelby 283 Simpson 1 28 Spencer 1 30 Taylor 58 Todd 1 03 Trigg 94 Trimble 106 Union 139 Warren 1 68 Washington 1 29 Wayne 1 04 Webster 86 Whitley 83 Wolfe 88 Woodfonl 426 Wash Goods GinghamsFine lOc 12j jc 15c Shirting Madras lOc 12J c15c WHERE INGENUITY WON OUT i Betting Man Had Studied Conditions of Wagers C S Rolls the English aeronant and motorist was talking in New York about the aeroplane- I think the Vrights will win he said SantosDumont is ingenious but the Wrights are more Ingenious still They are as ingenious asas a betting friend of mine Mr Rolls smiled and resumed My friend Capt Bragge bet an athlete that he could not hop up a cer timeIthe trial But there were 41 steps to the flight and therefore after malting 20 hops the man found that he had lost He paid up but accused Capt Bragge of sharp practice Sharp practicc J 4llidBraSge in cgn ntlyWell Ill make the same bet with ypu that I can do it The other expecting to win his I money back assented Capt Bragge then hopped up 40 steps in 20 hops and hopping back one finished in the prescribed manner and won the bet Croup can positively be stopped in 20 minutes No vomitingnothing to sicken or distress your child A sweet pleasant and safe Syrup called Dr Snoops 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 PROF h K TAYLOR TO SPEAK Prof HrK Taylor President of Kentucky Wesleyan College Winches ter will speak at the Y M C A tomorrow Sunday afternoon Prof Taylor is a fine speaker and always gives his audiance something to think about Piles get quick relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Remember its made alone for Piles and it works with certainty and satisfaction Itching painful protruding or blind piles disapoar like magic by its use Try it and see Sold by all dealers fSALE OF REAL ESTATE Messrs L B Marshall s Co sold to Dr J S Collins on Thursday a double frame cottage belonging to Mrj Ben Onan located on East Main street Price private I t OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER NTUCKY WHISKEYti KEE Jr SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky I 1 1 e 7 art c f- iIii1 tjtW y t1l 1i ft 0 tI iJ Dress Goods Splendid assortment 38 inch Worsted Suitings f0c New Worsted Striped Suiting 100 42 in Black Chiffon Panama ie LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY ISUMMARY OF TIMETABLE NOV 18 1900 I EASTBOUND WESTBOUND I Dally No4 Leave AM INo2 IIPI IIStUon MII INoS 11I215I Lexington rI5 605 I 20 Winchester20 I 5 825L E sarD 2 40 City 40 411iI44 Stanton 44 1 4aJ 35795oJ1017 62 d1 707I 82J1085 Tn leea i0 j 860 1043 Athol640 212 2S11OL E JUnetl 011Trains Nos M sterungfwiu connections with o o Cam canpBeatfcwillfi Junction Trains Nos 2 and 4 will lnnke connection nt 1 Junct with L A to and from 0 K Junction nsW 4 KRy connect with K Ry w W A SCOTTGeneral 4A 1 OHIO KENTUCKY RAILWAY Il8I Ex SundI i 785 813 810 912 826 poo 400 825 910 410 815 519 597 545 tho for 5 the for No 22 I Stations A Lve P M IA Ar1PM Ar I o 980 I 235 Jackson 380 1120 o 1 925 2301 0 K 1 843I U81Wllhurst 41 IUS r8 510 1222 181 1750I 518 128 1txlOoi Cannel City 545 1245 = Iios 2111111122 will make close connection at O k K with No 3 and 4 fort Points on the Lexington and Eastern M L Superintendent WANTED10 men in each State to travel distribute samples of our goods anti tack signs per month 800 per day for SAUNDERS CO Department P Boulevard Chicago Ills 17811 KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FUR c DailyEx Salary expenses Jackson ONSUMPTIONOUGHS OLDS Price 50c 100 Free Trial and Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or BACK Street Car Schedule Cars leave Main and Ann FOR SOUTH FRANKFORT 515 a m and every un til 1015 p m- FOR LINE- n 15 a m and every 45 minutes un- tIl 10 p m FOR LEESTOWN 030 a in and every 45 un til lOW p m- FOR CEMETERY 630 a in and every minutes until 10 p m F V Traction J SuptI y Silks Stylisn Black Check Taffeta 75c This is an excellent quality 80 inch Black Taffeta 100 I No1 0I Junction Clay Beattyville Junction 1L make Beattyville passengers Beattyvillo AND Junction 117 1152 Junction Railway CONLEY 8500 Surest Quickest MONEY streets 15 minutes PARK minutes 45 SALLEE xoS4 INo 83 DailyEx AM Ar local No 21 DailyEx Mts 1 M Lye M 10 i Co D I frankfort GinGinDaU Ho The Midland Route Local Time TableI- NI EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 I PM- I AMiNobl SUNDAYA 31 IINot82 Frankfort Ar 11 0011J20rJ Summit Elkhorn 16l7i5 2 HI 6 42 Switzer II 1H 53 6 53 2 91 6 53 Stamping Ground J3 6 43 2 Stil 6 59 Duvall II 36 fl 86 3U2477l2251715 I C S lU 20 6 2 59 7 25 Newtown 8 54 f 08r8 Oi 7 sa Centerville 18 466 00 556Si g 71JI Arl Paris Lv 8 SO 5 44 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q kC KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN XATVuPM AMIAMPM2 00 j 6 a Lr Frankfort Ar 11 25 7 15 20tIBETWEEN FRANKFORT G CINCINNATI VIA PAItiS- PAI P M M f 20 200r v Frankfort Ar 7715 J 51 Lv Georgetown Ar G 20 7 55 3 40 Lv Paris Ar 5 41 10 SO ti 10 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 55 KENTUCK CENTRAL B R POINTS 2 A 11 25A 720P 2 0 04 A 620P 3 OOPIif2IiAIfrankfort LI 8 WA 544P 0 L 7 09A 245P S 15P 9 50A IA Miiysvillo L 5 45A 115P 4 J4AA Cynthiana L 602P 6 20Pll2 54P A L 7 20A 1 55P 7 OOPilO UOA A Cincinnati L 255P uu GKO B HARPER C W HAY Pres nndGenl Supt G A Dr Weavers Syrup Purifies the blood Cerate ointment for the akin 1 i THE Frankfort BounflaDQut Entered at the postolHcc at Frankfort Ken 2 tuck as secondclass inailiiblo mutter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT FEB IB 1907 ABLE AND PROMhENT LAWYER j DIES Our city was shocked and surprised on Tuesday afternoon when the news came that Hon Geo H Alexander of Louisville had died suddenly at 7Asheville N C that day While It was known that Mr Alexanders health was poor and that lie had a few days before gone to Asheville to recuperate no one looked for the end to come so soon Mr Alexander was 49 years of age having been born and reared at Louis g vllle He graduated in law at the University of Virginia He also served one term as State Senator from the city of Louisville He was t a man of ability and integrity He r was serving as Auditors Agent for the State at large at the time of his deathMr Alexander leaves a wife who ofJJudgechildren to mourn his untimely death r The remains were brought back to F Louisville for interment The sympathy of many friends in bereftirSTATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION ORGANIZES 4j- f4 + S5 kThe State Board of Equizalion for 1907 met in this city on Monday The following gentlemen compose Boardrl J F Porter Dixon 2d DistrictC E Sugg Henderson 3d District F J Campbell Somer m i set4th District J B Steadman L-ouis1ine5th District M J Meagher Frank fortt DistrictRolla K Hart Flem y Ingsburg iI trys 7th DistrIctH T Strother Win Chester Mr M J Meagher was reelected Preslent Mr Jas L Newman of t-hisecity Mr James Dale of Shelby ville r and Mr Jno H Stuart of this city Boardrr Y M C A CONVENTION TO MEETa IN THIS CITY The Y M C A Convention for Kentucky will meet in this city on 7 Friday Feb 22d and continuing 4 through Sunday Feb 24th J It is expected the convention will be attended by 300 delegates from the city railroad student and county as ilsociations in the State east of Louis Tllle The prpgram will be partici pated in by the prominent leaders in I the association movement in Kentucky r and throughout the country and in eludes addresses and papers by G N lr Bierce Dayton 0 President J O f Atcheson Danville S W McGill r State Secretary of Tennessee Major W Greene Louisville Dr M B 11S Dayton 0 H E Dodge Terre Ind H P Anderson New York City President F W Hinitt IrDam1Jle J T Wilson Harrodsburg Prof James Watt Raine Berea and haveIfor the round trip from all points in the territory of the convention- A limited delegation of pastors and laymen from points in the territory of the convention where association work is not organized will be cordial ly welcomed and duly accredited as corresponding delegates of the conven Lion Much interest is being taken locally in the entertainment of the conven tion This will include a banquet to the delegates on Friday evening Feb 22 at which Richard P Ernst Presi dent of the Covington Association will preside and toasts will be responded to by Rev C R Hudson Mr W O Davis of Versailles President F VI Hinitt of Danville and G N Bierce of Dayton Ohio KENTUCKYJAMESTOWN NOTES Returns are expected from all coun ties by Feb 15 showing the exact amount that has been subscribed to the 40000 fund sought by the Ken tuckyJamestown Exposition Commission It will be just seventy days from that date before the opening of the Exposition on April 26 and the Commission has announced that it must hear from each county by the interI which started under the name of IRentucky Jamestown Week and it is believed a sufficient fund has been subscribed to erect a State Building and make a handsome display of Ken tuckys products and resources Ballard county was the first to turn into the State Commission its entire pro rata of 15793 Chas Wickliffe is vicechairman of the Division of Finance for Ballard county The the entire portion Clark county has exceeded the quota of 50987 asked as its subscript tion for the State fund B R Jouett of Winchester is county chairman and the sum which was collected by popular subscription was turned over to the Commission through Judge J M Benton a member of the Board There were over 100 subscribers to the fund in Clark county Mercer and Montgomery counties are among those which have an nounced the raising of their entire quotas W W Stephenson Is chair man of the Mercer County Committee and H Clay McKee is In charge of the canvass in Montgomery county- A unique plan has been adopted by the Garrard County Committee to raise Its share of the fund sought by the State Commission John M Farra of Lancaster Is vicechairman of the Division of Finance for Garrard A musicale will be given at the opera house in Lancaster on Feb 14 In order to raise the countys share or the fund Home talent gave a performance In the opera house at Barling ton and also at Madlsonville to help- I I secure funds for this movement One of the most active county com mittees is that of Adair which is headed by Prof W K Azbill of funelsII Association of Owensboro with Geo H Cox secretary of the organization commItteeI of the which has already raised a goodly sum In Frankfort and vicinity to assist in bring ing about the erection of a State Building and the making of an ex Is your baby thin weak fretful f Make him a Scotts Emulsion babyScotts Emulsion is Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites prepared so that it is easily digested by little folks Consequently the baby that is fed on Scotts Emulsion is a sturdy rosy cheeked little fellow full of health andvigor ALL DRUGGISTS 5OC AND 100 hibit at the Worlds Fair Prof C J Norwood of the State Geological Survey has the Mineral Exhibit well under way and cases for- tho display are now being made The Mineral Exhibit will probably be the first to be shipped to Norfolk All logs to be used In the construe tion of the Fort of Boonesboro Ken tuckys Building at the Exposition shipImelltFeb 10 An unusually attractive Forestry Ex hibit is to be made by Kentucky at the Exposition This is being cql lected by Col M H Cramp of Bowling Green Director of the Forestry Exhibits for the Exposition e LETTER CARRIERS SALARIES RAISED t Washington Feb 13The bill of Senator Crane which has passed the Senate fixing the salaries of city let tercarriers provides the following salaries of the carriers of Louisville Carriers of the seventh grade be ing those In the first year of service 600 annually Carriers of the sixth grade being those who have served one year 700 per annum Carriers of the fifth grade being those who have served two years 800 per annum Carriers of the fourth grade being those who have served three years 900 per annum Carriers of the third grade being those who have served four years 1000 per annum Carriers of the second grade being those who have served five years 1 100 per annum Carriers of the first grade being those who have served six years 1 200 per annum In all Kentucky cities containing a population of less than 75000 the let tercarriers at free delivery offices under the Crane bill are to be paid as follows provided the bill becomes a lawCarriers of the fifth grade being those in the first year of their service 600 per annum Carriers of the fourth grade being those who have served one year 700 per annum Carriers of rjjfcsthlrd grade being those who have served two years 800 per annum Carriers of the second grade being those who have served three years 900 tier annum Carriers of the first grade being those who have served four years 1 ODD per year The bill as passed by the Senate fixes the pay of rural carriers at 900 per annum The postofflce appropriation as reported Into the House by the Commit tee on Postoffice and Postroads by Chairman Overstreet fixes another scale of compensation for carriers and It remains to be seen whether it or the Crane bill will become the law on the subject The action of the Senate is very significant however 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 aro little toothsome Candy tablets nice to eat nice In effect No grip Ing no pain Just r 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 TERRIBLE OCEAN DISASTEAR A heavily laden schooner crushed Into a passenger steamer In Block Island Bay R I on Tuesday causing the Larchmont the steamer to sink in a few minutes with the loss of almost every one on board A terrible storm of sleet and ice was raging and even though many of the passengers and crew were able to get into boats anu on rafts they were frozen to death their bodies being cased in ice Out of over 200 people on board not a score were rescued and even the few rescued are so badly frozen that there is doubt of their recovery- A band of Salvation Army workers were on board and they sang Jesus Lover of My Soul until engulfed in the cruel waters Another illustration of the Biblical warning to those that go down Into the sea 1 Y riY Itirf I Pleasant to take J jff Tndeblak r I I Laxative f Syrup y NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION f Ask Your Doctor v IAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are j 1normalt fare LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as jBloatedIJ Y our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried I ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLEl to Tobacco Bellows BlowersA r I Hoes Forks Spades 0til Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows 11 Thresher Machine Oil I TarpaulinsMo- nkey J t Wrenches t Pipe Fittings and Wrenches iV g I FRANK GI STAGG S f A r Hardware Paints Oils Etc 1 j GapitolFoundry 7 r Machine Co j HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KYj r Dealers inIand e d Machinery and Machine Supplies of All Kinds1Both New and SecondhandS WE HAVE FOR SALE Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boiler Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrs 200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONESISSI I If Cured At 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted WaritVeteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Curer ItlEffected Cure Heart disease is curable but in people o advanced age it does not readily lend Itsel to ordinary treatment however hope all sufferers in Dr Miles Ilcar- Cure which we know from watchin hun dreds of cases and from thelettersof grateful sufferers will cure where all else has failed It is not only a wonderful cure for weak and diseased is a blood tonic a reg ulator of thehearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for im proving the circulation of the blood During the Civil war I contracted heart disease and in 1896 while living in the grand old town of Lexington Va I grew so much i worse I left there withmy wife to visit my sister in law Mrs at R anoke Va While I said nothing to anyone I never expected to live to return to the dear old i On reaching Mrs Kirbys she insisted Heart Cure I a few bottles of it alto the Nervine After using one or two bottles I I101m see no improvement and I despairedj being better but faithful on keeping it up which I did soon began in earnest and I too 1i fifteen or sixteen bottles I was re stored to perfect health and while I am 70 r years old Iam comparatively boy You i are a recom sufferinghumanityJ bottleDr I t n Nervous nnd Heart Diseases Addre Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad l J S THE UBIQUITOUS DRUMMER Long ago business men found out that waiting for customers was fia- u wastn a fotf 1 Burt t i out on the road to solicit orders qulcki 1Iy and manifestly demonstrated the j superior effectiveness of a more ag gresslve policy and the methods or l business were speedily rovoluntion izedThere are today at least a quarter ofI a million drummers in the field who So not only to large towns and cities I but even to villages and hamlets You simply have to get off the earth 1Iyou wish to avoid these knights ofj v the grip In every kind of business r thqt admits of it there has been a r great increase of personal solicitation 1 Our Country for February Pi THE EMERALD ISLE I a For the first time in the history 01I Ireland animated pictures have been taken of its natural historic an carchaelogichabits customs and industries of its people me pictures are the result t long and patient efforts and form a 1 iimost comprehensive and entertainin They will be exhibited for tfirst time in America by Lyman Howe in Frankfort at Opera House o Saturday Feb 16 matinee and night The entire series not only recalls memories and traditions in the hearts completeIwealth of interesting subjects an scenery they bring to the minds and hearts of many the very things they have seen to others they very thingsI they most want to see They alme to the lover of art and iand to those Interested in the historyI esque the novel and the quaint The pictures convey all the subtle humor so characteristic of the Iris Tace They come in fact like a re freshing and exhilarating breeze from old Ireland to those familiar with To t those not acquainted with It t pictures unfold fresh charms so abundantly and so well blend the humorous that they alone repay every spectator regardless of the many otlt features of equal interest in I Howes new program Bargain mat nee at 230 In the afternoon Prices 25c children under 12 years Seats now selling Night prices and 50 cents Iadults ADDRESS THE PEOPLE George Henry Jenkins of Switzer wishes us to announce that lIe will address the people of this city and county at the court house this Saturday evening at 7 oclocj sharpCol Jenkins says ho will splanlfy whats the matter with the people anyhowIthe Colonel I f7 r tr r W I 11 tV i 0 6 1 II 4 1r Jc1t f a Jt OF PENSION BILL ITEXT Feb 74Many requests have been received for the full text of the McCumber service pension bill under which all veterans of the Mexican and Civil wars who served ninety days or longer are entitled to pensions Tho bill in lull follows Be It enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of United States In Congress thoI That any person who served days or more in the military or naval t service of the United States during inEtherefromtage of sixty two years or over shall upon making proof of such facts according to such rules and regulations as the Secre tary of the Interior may prescribe be entitled to receive a pension as follows In case such person has reached to age of sixtytwo years 12 per month seventy years 15 per month seventyfive years or over 20 per month and such pension shall com mence from the date of the filing of the application In the Bureau of Pen sions after the passage and approval of this act provided that pensioners kwho arp sixtytwo years of ago or over and who are now receiving pensions under existing laws or whose claims are pending In the Bureau of Pen sions may uy application to the Com Missioner of Pensions in such form as he may prescribe receive the benefits this act and nothing herein contain ed shall prevent any pensioner or per son entitled t6 a pension from prose toting his claim and receiving a pen s ion under any other general or special act provided that no person anytother law at the same time or for theJ same period that he Is receiving a pension under the provisions of this act provided further that no person who Is now receiving or shall hereafter receive a greater pension under any other general or special law than- eh would be entitled to receive under the provisions herein shall be pension able under this act Sec 2IThat rant In the service shall not be considered in application filed hereunder Sec 3 That no attorney claim agent or other person shall be entitled to receive any compensation services rendered In presenting any claim to the Bureau of Pensions I or securing any pension under this actThe Bureau of Pensions has pre pared the blanks necessary for ap plications under the new act The demand for blanks Is enormous and the are being sent in large quantities t thedWINTER SNAKESIfThe three sons of Mr Bramblett who resides on the shooiTuesdayn=Women Who Wear Well It Is astonishing how groat a change a few years of married life often mako In tho appearance and disposition of manyI thedpeach which is rudely handled Tho matron is only a dim shadow a faint echo of the charming maiden There are two reasons for this change Ignorance andIneglect Few young women appreciate tho shock to tho system through tho change which comes with marriage and motherhood Many neglect to dent with the unpleasant pelvic drains and weak marItthat this secrot drain Is robbing the cheek of its freshness and the form of Its fairness sufferh0s of the delicate moms whertkQSp organs fjroSjstabllshed ce n t o witness sortorlhapplnm s In the use of Or PIrrcos Fa vorlto rescrlnton It makes weak worD IngrcdlIharmful habit forming drugs Made wholly of those native American medic bleadingY oral schools of practice for tho euro of womans peculiar ailments brolCndown motbcrs1I thcroisnomedicinoquito Ik system It Is a most potent Invigorating nicelyadapted treatIr InstitutoBuffalo f y1 4 I 1 S 11tir fJit 5I f THE ONLg KITCHEN CABINET FOR Economical Women Is tho ono that lasts n lifetime and yet is not highpriced Thats tho MuDongnll And economical women know it limo McDougnll people make nod sell live time- sa ninny kituhen cabinets as any other con corn Why 4 Simply because thug make them betterMcDougall Kitchen Cabinets i25OOThereBut tho McDougnll is always n blessing and not n nuisance is dustproof mouse OIt11SEMSo its economy to buy a McDougall R ROGERS SONS SOLE AGENTS Frankfort Ky NOTICE The Local Carpenters Union eighthtake effect April tat 1907 20101- BLUE = GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour from 0 a to 7 p ni and at 9 and 11 p in Leave Purls every hour from 0 a ui to 7 p m and 10 p m Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 030 a m to 780 pm and at0 and 11 p m Leave Leave Georgetown every hour tram 010 a m to 816 p m and at 10 p in Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from tt d m to 6 p m and at 9 and 11 p m Leave Versailles very hour from 545 a m to 045 p m and at m15 and 10 p m E T Phone 610 Home Phone 174 R T GUNK Manager 2tf = RAILROAD TIME TABLE WEST BOUND No 19 L N Frankfort Accom Inodatlon departs 535 a m daily except Sunday moNo 21 C O Via Shelbyville- departs 920 a m dally No 17 L N departs 940 a m dally except t Sunday mnShelbyvilleeEAST BOUND No 18 L N leaves 950 a m dally except Sunday No 22 C 0 leaves 1018 a m dally No 16 L N leaves 435 p m daily except Sunday No 2di L N Frankfort Accommodative arrives 615 p m daily except Sunday No 24 C 0 leaves 759 p m dally No 62 L N leaves 826 p m Sunday only C 0 trains arrive and depart from Seventh Street Station Louis villeL N trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive and depart from Tenth and Broadway Station Louisville Frankfort Accommodation arrives WatertoStreet Station F C- Leaves for ParlsG20 a m Returns 1125 a m Leaves for Paris 200 p m Returns720 p m TicketIAflw BySchedule feet to change without notice Limited For Louisville Nashvill e Memphis West and Southwest 920 A 31 amid iU P M Daily Limited For Washington Haiti more Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Point nod Norfolk 1010 A 31 and 801 P M Dally L3lyr aii LET US FIGURE FOR YOU The cost of Painting and Repairing your Vehicle A good vehicle isjworth saving and frequently a small amount ex ponded will double its life but If uenlected will cost you a new one s istheSeller Carriage GoI J VERSAI ES lry H K WARD President C M Hii t BROWNINGSec TreasT a I A Happy New Year Is assured to all users of PRIDE OF MADIS- ONFLOUR t t For Sale by all Grocers Send us your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit and Prod nceI HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones 4jm 1 I AM READY TO MAKE THE B- ESTPHOTOS t And all Styles of Portraits anti Groups at BridgeStble Photographer H G MATTERN Ali AiI 4 d wio w t WE SELL THE BEST THAT IS WHAT WE 1fWe sell the Best Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds Etc To be Found in the State Call and examine our Splendid Assortment You are not compelled to buy Just say you want to examine the Finest Line of in Kentucky and you will be shown the same consideration as if you wished to make a purchase That will follow later i GQodsIJ JRemember The Best of everything in stock and prices are very low for such a class of goods f t IM A SELLJBERT 1 MARRIED JAMISONPERKINS this city on Tuesday Mr Ben Jamison and k Miss Phoebe Perkins both of Shelby county were married b v Rev J O A Vaught of the Methodist Church uYCLARK BAILEYIn this city on Wednesday Mr Grover C Clark and t I Miss Effe Belle Bailey were married tbyRev L D Stucker- TROXELLTROXELL On the West L Side on Thursday Mr Luther Trox ell and Miss Lulu Troxell were mar ried by Rev Walter Cleveland REPUBLICANS CALL STATE CON- VENTIONr t The Republican State Central Com fXJ mittee met at Louisville on Wednes ti day last to consider the matter of calling a State Convention to nominate candidates for the various State of = fivers to be elected ip November f There were a large number of st t prominent and influential members of that party present r j An open conference was held and givenIas to the time of holding vention pAnexecutive session of the Com 1mtttee was then held and it was determined r to call the Convention for ij Wednesday June 26 and Louisville i was selected as the place for hold cr ing same tI Mass meetings were called for Sat l urday June 22 In all the counties ex- ceptf Jefferson where district conven- tionsJ are called to send delegates to 4 fthe Convention fl cO r DEMAND HAS RAISED PRICE A I Largely Increased Returns for the l of Ostriches FBreedersf Undyed and uncurled feathers r feathers in the natural state will be r Iagood deal worn from now on said the salesman In consequence the rrprice has gone up It has gone up all along the lines The eggs the chicks the birds the feathers all have risen The crop plucked from one bird Was worth 75 last year but It is now worth 110 Eggs that used to sell for two dol lars apiece bring three dollars today and by the way In buying ostrich eggs whack them with a key and see that they give forth a clear ringing i sound for If the sound Is dull they are those papier macho eggs that have fooled so many of us lately t Chicks and mature birds If the demand I keeps up will nearly go back to their oldtime prices In the old days a good pair of adults was worth 5000 and chicks brought 500 apiece The price dropped to 150 a pair for adults and 20 a pair for chicks Now though it has risen 20 per cent- I have seen wild ostriches in that cinnamoncolored waste of sand and stono that Is called the Sahara desert a cinnamoncolored waste encircled by flamered mountains and I have chased them many a time on a fleet Arab But what is a fleet Arab beside an ostrich It is a mule cart beside a 90 horsepower racer Woven Wire Fences I D C LAYARD C Aoeht for KENTUCKY for Lamb Wotien Wire Fence Peerless Woden Wlra t Fence and feerless JrPoultry p12 W Maumee Adrian Mich rsr icy on your WIRE t No 213m trJClNcI f r il f 4 1 4qJ BIRTHS HUGHESAt Woodlake on Friday to Mr James W Hughes Jr and wifea son- WEITZELIn Lexington to Mr Paul B Weitzel and wlfea son CRICHTONIn Brooklyn N Y or Saturday February 2 to Mr A F Crichton Jr and wife a daughter Lilian Fraser- RECALLED ROMANCE OF YOUTH Dr Martineaus Pleasant Recollec of Years Gone By On the occasion of the ninetieth birthday of Dr Martineau who preached in Liverpool for many year Sir Henry Roscoe the English chemist congratulated him on attaining such a fine old age The distinguished clergyman said that he had been overwhelmed with congratulations and that he was working through the letters he had received By degrees he saldf I shall an swef them all f One of the most remarkable Dr Martineau continued was from a lady the only person who addressee me as bear James I had not seer her since we were boy and girl to gether in Norwich She Is one of the daughters of Dr Rigby in that city My friends used to joke me as a young than about Miss Jane Rigby and I received their chaff pleasantly I believed her long since dead and now comes this letter to remind me of her existence and her friendly recollection of me The old minister paused an instant then added with a tremulous smile Shoe is now also in her ninetieth year Youths Companion 9For the Roundabout THE NEED FOR MORE HUMANITY It is true that mans inhumanity to man makes countless thousands mourn and his unmerciful treatment of dumb brutes over estimate the truth of this assertion- It Is a very common occurrence to witness on the streets of Frankfort and out on the pike in any direction scenes which beggar dlscriptlon Vagons loaded to desperate measures and the poor dumb animals harnessed to these vehicles straining every joint to mount the hill Failing in the attempt and falling down in the effort to draw a load too heavy for them these horses were whipped within an inch of their lives and two to our certain knowledge were killed Is there no law by which reckless driving and inhumane treatment may be restricted and the passing public be allowed to travel without detriment to either emotion or nerves I N S COX Commissioners Notice Franklin Circuit Court- J W Coleman v Notice Helen Russell et ul All persons having claims atrainst the estate of Horace Brady deceas ed are notified to file the same properly proven before the undersigned in or before MARCH 15th IflO J W JEFFERS M C F C C- Gay H Briggs Atty for Plaintiff Feb I0lit- Dr Weavers Treatment jrnppurifies the blood Cerate heals ekin eruption r l t j sJ BERTHS EGBERTIn Pittsburg Penn or Tuesday Mr Philip G Egbert son ol the late Mr Chas T and Mrs Kate G Egbert aged about 35 years Mr Egbert was a manly young fel low genial and popular He had beer living In Pittsburg quite a number of years Aie leaves five sisters Mrs Same Williams of Minneapolis Minn Mrs Ben Marshall Mrs Coley Whiteheac and Mrs Jas E Hanrahan of this city and Mrs William Smith of Cia cinnati Ohio and two brothers Mr William T Egbert of New Mexico and Mr Geo 11 Egbert of Alleghany Penn besides a large number oi friends and relatives to mourn his untimely end The remains were brought here or Thursday morning the funeral ser vices conducted from the Cemetery chapel and laid away in the family lot In our cemetery 9NEIGHBORS GOT FOOLED I was literally coughing myself tc death and qad become too weak to leave my llcam and neighbors predicted 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 Uri capher of Grovertown Stark Co Ind This King of cough and cold cures and healer of throat and lungs IE guaranteed by all druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free RISING RROM THE GRAVE A prominent manufacturer Wm A Fertwell of Lucama N C relate a most remarkable experience He says After taking less than three bottles of Electric Bitters I feel like one rising front 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 bladder complications which have troubled me for years Guaranteed atall drug gists Price only 50c CLERK HEAD SHORT IN ACCOUNTS Mr L P Head who was a memo ber of the last Legislature from Me Cracken county and had been ap pointed clerIc at the Eddyville Peni tentiary has been found short in his accounts and dismissed by the State Prison Commission- It seems that there is a fund known as the Prisoners Fund at each of the State Prisons consisting ot money belonging to the prisoners Head had used tliese funds and was found to be643o1 short when his accounts were checked up by Secre tary J S Barlow of the Prison Com mission Head admitted the shortage and said he had paid his debts with the money and expected to replace it from his Salary as clerk Head was a prominent candidate for State Inspector of Printing an office treated by an act of which Head was the author which now filled by Mr los W Redden of Mt Sterling Dr Cadys Condition powders are lust a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier anI vermifuge They are not food bf nedicine and the best in use to put i horse in prime condition Price 2 jpifa fit fnrl fiff For sale by J W Gayle and Le Jompte Gayle III h ft t ii Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair Street IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERT8 ITS GOOD J WEEFLIYCOURIER JOURNflLt AND Roundabout FOP only5o The Presidential election is ap proaching Times have changed That is Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been a Republican Es sential differences out of the way Democrats are getting together oIt The CourierJournal going to sup port the ticket And there you have it SEND YOUR ORDER FOR THIS COMBINATION TO US NOT TO THE COURIERJOUR NAL THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE WETKLY COURIERI JOURNAL ALONE IS1 A YEAR FRENCHYS CAFE IN NEW QUART RSI dir Gus LaFontaine the popular caterer whose Cafe has been located in the Tobin building on Ann street quarters on Thursday night and has Moved into new quarters on Thursday night and has opened up in the build Ing known for so many years as the White Crook Saloon on Broadway streetMr Lafontaine Frenchy has had his new place nicely fitted up and is in better shape to serve his customers than ever before the new rooms being larger and more convenient in every way If you want a firstclass meal well prepared at the lowest prices give Frenchy a call OLD BUILDINGS TO GO In a few days now Dr J W Gayle will move his drug store into the new building especially built for him by the Capital Hotel and the building he now occupies on the corner of Ann and Broadway together with the To bin building next to It will be torn down by the L h N railroad Worl on the new depot is at last being com pleted BAD ACCIDENT While Mr Chas W Saffell the Ann street grocer was handling a jar of salted almonds on Saturday it slipped from his grasp and in en deavoring to catch it the jar was broken and a severe gash cut on his right wrist just above the joint sever ing the artery and laying the arm open to the bone Surgical attention was at once rendered but Mr Saffell was rendered very weak and has been confined to his house ever since not being able to use his hand or arm He has suf fered very much from the Injury but It is hoped that the worst is over now I Women with sunken cheeks hollow eyes and dull sallow complexion can restore their youthful plumpness tad rosy cheeks by the use of Father Williams Indian Tea or Herb Tablets Como in and get a box today they ire only 20 cents Frankfort Drug C0 Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate occeisful treatment for blood and skin dlaeatw t- ItJY L t i4oXz LittleEarly Risers The famous little piNs PUBLIC SOLEc At my iIyFEBRUARY 20 1907 Beginning at 10 a m JYOUNGNESS WORK HORSES ALSO SOME MULES 1j Twill also offer and Secondhand Buggiesland Road Carts for sale t EVERYBODY COME 1 W F HEARNEFeb 92t J Public Sale FARM STOCK OF CROP AND FARM IING IMPLEMENTS r i Having decided to quit farming I will sell at public sale on the prem ises located on Stamping Ground and Woodlake pike about halfway beI 43 tween the two places on d FRIDAY FEB 22 1907 tt the following property If not sold on tor before the day of sale will sell my farm of about two hundred acres all I in good repair good fencing in grass and small grain 2 good barns new ris dwelling and fine young orchard just f beginning to bear cistern and fine ti 1jshoatsfour milch cows one bay h good driver and worker 2 gray one in foal 1 Deering binder maresiJtacky drill 1 harrow 1 disc 2 breaking plows 1 cultivator 2 double shovels jumping shovels and pony rh plows wagon and farm gear 2 buggies harness etc Sale to begin at 11 oclock q- iCC tGREGORY B D PEAK Auctioneer 232t BRIGHTESTI SNAPPIESTI IiiThet II fills the bill Published every week day afternoon You keep posted on EVERYTHING when you read THE TIMES Regular subscription price 500 a year You can get THE TIMES andRoundabout fi I y BOTH ONE YEAR if Ii FOR ONLY 5 ti tTHErI READ THE TIMES AND KEEP UP WITH THE TIMES flt 4 rl ii1fi II Jtto i 307309 Main St P q RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chlnn rector will conduct services at follows 11 a in Prayer and Sermon Subject The Idea of Religion LENTEN SERVICES MondayssEvenlng Prayer at 430 Tuesdays Subject The Sermo on the Mount 430 pm Wednesdays Brief service and Bible Study 730 p ThursdaysThe Sermon on th Kount 430 p FridaysLitany The Sermon o the Mount 730 p m The Prophet Zechariah will be the The Prophet Zechariah will be the The Prophet Zechariah will be the The Prophet Zechariah will be the The Prophet Zechariah will be the BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach at lla m and 730 p m The Prophet Haggai will bo the subject of the evening sermon c Sundayschool at 945 in the chapel r I Baraca class at 945 a m taught by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 645 p m in the chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday eyenlng 730 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seat o tree CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R t tHudson pastor wul preach at 11 a m and 730 p m f jThe Prophet Haggai will be the of the evening sermon 0Sundayschool at 930 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel 1Prayer meeting Wednesday even 30 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited ICATHOLIC CHURCHRov Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Dr H E Dosker of Louis Tillo will preach at 11 0 m and 730 p mSundayschool at 930 a 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 11 a m and 730 p m The Prophet Haggai will be the subject of the evening sermon t Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayer meeting on Wednesday oven Ing at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowo the pas tor will preach at 11 a m and 730 pmA special service for the fraternal orders will bo hold at lla m Special music will be rendered Eyery body invited c A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME TO GET A HEATING STOVE PRICE GUT In order to make room for Other Seasonable Goods 3 We also have a full line of Ranges Grates Mantles rC1over Timothy Orchard Grass Blue Grass Seed Call and Examine same and Get Prices SOWER CO thellsubjectSundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evenin at 730 p Everybody invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPELSun day school every Sunday afternoon at npm Everybody invited- CHOATVILLE CHRISTIAN willepreach at this church Sunday Feb oclockn POSTOFFICE ROBBED Thieves Arrested for Stealing Stamps and Goods From the Store and Postoffice at Scotts Station Tracked by Buck Fawkes Blood hounds Some time Wednesday night thieves entered the store at Scotts Station which is also the postofflce all con ducted by Steele B Simrall and stole some stamps and quite a Jot of cloth ing shoes tobacco sardines etc When Mr Simrall discovered what had occurred he immediately tele phoned to Shelbyville for an officer and to Buck Fawkes to come with his and Mr Fawkes with the dogs got to Scotts about nine oclock and the dogs immediately took the trail of the thieves They followed it to the colored school house in the Harrington Mill neigh borhood where it was learned that the door had been broken in Several books made to keep stamps in were found on the floor The trail was fol lowed from the school house to Fields Station and from there across to Evansville and from there to Veech daleArriving there the officers and Mr Simrall found that the dogs had done excellent service as there were two negroes in the depot on whom there was quite a lot of the goods stolen from the store at Scotts Station The negroes who were Ed Perkins and Henry Livers two notorious characters well known here in the neigh borhood of Scotts seeing that the evi dence against them was plain ac knowledged that they were guilty of what they were charged with They were brought to Shelbyville and are now in Jail As the Grand Jury is now in session they will probably be Indicted and sent to the penitentiary during the present term of the court Shelbyville Record These men were brought here by Deputy U S Marshal N I McDaniel on Tuesday and lodged in Jail to await the action of the U S Grand Jury FOUND DEAD IN BUGGY Mr John Craig who lives near Cicero Woodford county and Just over the line from this county came to town on Tuesday last loaded up both himself and his buggy with booze and started out the Versailles pike for home When ho reached the Mlllvillo pike ho was not conscious that the horse was going on out to the Forks of Elkhorn on the Georgetown pikeWhen the horse r ached the Forks ho went down into the creek where it was so beep that it came up over the bed of the buggy In the meantime Mr Craig had fallen down Into the bottom of the horseggot was drowned but the horse went on out to the shore and wandered around in a daysFinally went to where the horse was and found that Craig was lying dead in bottom of the buggy The remains were brought to town by Coroner Graham an injuest held and the facts brought out as given aboveIn the buggy was found a lot of groceries and five pints of whisky Woodford county is dry and Craig was taking a supply of booze home Craig is said to have been a brave soldier in the Confederate Army and a clever gentleman when not in his cups He was a batchelor living with his sistersADVERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of adver tised letters for the week anding February 9 1907- Anderson rat ttha L Boynton Mrs Am Child ow Alex Chandler Mrs Rmton Cohorn Mr JtCopher Miss Hellen Columbus Harry Gopher Miss Helen Coppersmith Henry Campbell T F Dering J L Derberrlch Col A4ioorDailey Miss Katie Davis Mrs Lewis Payne Edmondson Lee Fogg Chas Pullum James Roberts Miss Linberter Rose Miss Mary Riley M W i Roberts Miss Jessie Reed Clyde Roberts J C Smith Miss Mattie Thimpson Miss Jane Taylor Thos PITaylor Miss Mary Tracy Mrs Lena Wingo Mrs Charlie Wootton Tom Wll n calling for the above letters please say advertisedGEO P Constipation Baked sweet apples with some people bunt ompt relief for Constipation With others arso allwheat bread will have the same effect attire undoubtedly has a vegetable remedy to hove everyallmentknown to man if physicians n but find Natures way to health And this is rikingly true with regard to Constipation The bark of a certain tree In California Cas ra Sograda offers a most excellent aid to this d But combined with Egyptian Senna Slip ry Elm Bark Solid Extract of Prunes etc this me Cascara bark Is given its greatest possible wer to correct constipation A toothsome ndy Tablet called Laxeta is now made at the Shoop Laboratories from this ingenuous and ost effective prescription Its effect on Constl tlon Biliousness Sour Stomach Bad Breath How Complexion etc is indeed prompt and no unpleasant after effects are ex erlenccd and Laxcts are put up in beautiful thographed metal boxes at 5 cents and cents or box For something new nice economical and octive try a box of LaxetsALL F4P MRS TEMPLES TELEGRAMI The mirthprovoking iously funny farce Mrs Temples Telegram which had a successful run at the Madison Square Theatre New York will be the attraction at the Capital Theatre- If you are interested as to whether a husband is ever justified In telling his wife a lie go and see Mrs Tem pies Telegram and have your curiosity appeased The charm of the piece however lies in the acting and rarely has a more finished piece of work been seen than the Frank Fuller of Allan Murnane He takes the reins of comedy in hand upon his en trance and from then on held them In the hands of a less capable actor than Harry Conor Wigson the butler COUNTY COURT DAYS Following is a list of the days county courts are held each month in counties which as are contiguous by reason of facilities by rail to the Lawrenceburg 3d Monday Bath Owingsvilled Monday Bourbon Paris3d Boyle Danville 3d 1lom1arIBrethitt Jackson Clark Winchester4th Monday Estill Irvine3d Monday Fayette Lexington 2d Monday Fleming Flcmingsburg 4th Monday Franklin Frankfortlst Monday Garrnrd Lancaster 4th Monday Grant WUHamstown 2d Monday Harrison Cynthlana 1th Monday Henry Newcastle1st Monday Jesamiue Nlcholnsvllle3d Monday Ice Boattyvillc 1th Monday Lincoln Stanford2d Monday Madison Richmoml 1st Monday Mason Maysvllle 1st Monday 307309 Main st would have been a bore but it is a pleasure to see him for his every move and speech Is interesting Miss Sadie Martinet as Mrs Temple hag a difficult task in making an impos sibly gullible character interestingwbut her personality will aid material ly in her labor Mrs Temples Telegram is bright nth clean and free from all suggestiveness This play has won the distinc tion of being the most emphatic comedy success of the season Thewcompany is one of the most evenly balanced and unitormly clever that has been seen In a comedy In a long afterefI Jreffective Mercer Harrodsburg1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling1st Montfwday Nicholas Carlisle 2 1 Monday Oldham Lagrange4th Monday Owen Owenton4th MondayyPendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stnnton 1st Monday Pulaskl Somerset3d Monday Scott Georgetown3d Monday Shelby Shelbyvilled Monday Wayne Monticello Ith Monday Woodford Versailles4th Monday The women of Frankfort are praising Father Williams Indian Ten aid Herb Tablets every day They are undoubtedly the best Female Tonics and Regulators known and are fast becoming the host soilIng female preparation we have over handled Frankfor Drug Co Druggists r a v vrr 4 8M McClures Splendid Sale i You can buy More and Better Goods at McClures for the same money than I It at any other Store in this City I GO THERE AND SRR212214 ST ECLAIR STREET STAMPING GROUND Mr Louis Wiley has sold his houseII r and lot near the railroad to 4 0 Hawkins Consideration 57750 Mr Ira Kemper who is cashier of the State Bank of was in our burg on business last FridayI Mr G M Yates and s turned from a trip to Oklahoma They reached here on Thursday jf Mr B L Calvert has moved to town from his former home on the Cincinnati pike Messrs 0 McFarland and C K Thompson who have rented the Wil son farm near Midway expect to move to that place shortly 4 Mr L F Kenney has purchased the J farm of Mr J S Rlcketts near Duvall yStation containing 120 acres at 8150 per acre Mr J 11 Honaker who has been at Louisville selling some tobacco ports a very good market He came home on Saturday t Messrs Wiggintou Honaker re t AmerJcanIweek tl11iss Stella Hill visited her sister Miss Annie Hill in Covington this week Mr Geo M Tilford has accepted the t possession of assistant cashier of a bank at Arcadia Fla Mrs Alice Dickerson of Cincinnati was the guest of her sister Mrs Geo E lWilkerson this week Prof Jas B Sprake of Iowa City Iowa who was called home by the death of his mother has returned home k Mr Jno H Tilford has rented the place of Mrs Kate Hanibrick on the Owenton pike Mr Tilford rented fr his own farm to Mr John Spicer Miss Carrie Womall of Lair and Mr David Keiser of Lexington were called here to attend the funeral of- their aunt Mrs Harviett A Sprake UNOtr Y A CARD We the undersigned Board of Supervisors of Franklin county desire lays to express our thanks and apprecIa- tion of the excellent work of county deputdMr Hawkins and his deputies have given to the county the best assess ment ever before given The books show that care and work has been a done to properly place the name f every taxpayer and property on the records Our work has been greatly lessened by the assistance given us by Mr Hawkins and deputies While all of the deputies show a good record we desire to refer especially tot the work of Deputy W G Florian of the Forks of Elkhorn district HENRY CRAIK A S SULLIVAN G W STOCKTON L G PENNA POLSGROVE T E KENNEY I Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Buccetsfol treatment for blood and skin diseases t 4i Nif t r rt i r I40t 1iJ lr i PFp1rtf3 t A Itii iV1i f tk IitiLiA ia F4M LONG AS THEY LAST IAS have received from the Louis IWe Commercial Club a number of copies of a map showing the waterways of the country The object of the Club in sending out these maps is to show the great desirability of so improving the Ohio river that there may be a ninefoot stage of water to Pittsburg at all seasons of the year This ought surely to be done Those who may desire a copy of this may have one by applying at this office so long as they last HARD AT IT Our young friend Mr Chas T Thomason of Ensley Ala has sent us a copy of a pamplet which has been issued by the Citizens League or that city in advocacy of a number of reforms that are before the citizens of that hustling little city for adop tion or rejection The platform of the Citizens League spells reform with a big R and our young friend is one of those who are helping to make it go We wish him and his party all sue cess in the battle for right fAWINNER The CourierJournal has recentl added as a special feature of its Sun day edition a sixteenpage illustrated Magazine that is the equal of any of the ten cent magazines published Eight pages are filled with halftone pictures of persons and events o special interest to Louisville and the State of Kentucky while the other eight pages contain sketches stories etc prepared by the best writers The Comic Supplement is another at tractive feature of the Sunday CourierJournal The Sunday issue of this paper is now the equal of any paper published anywhere and it is constantly improving The usual num ber of pages is about fiftyfour 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 bladder complications which have troubled me for years Guaranteed at all drug gists Price only COc a SUNDAY RUNAWAY A horse belonging to Jeffers Bros livery stable was being driven bacc to town by an inmate of the F M 1 when it ran away throwing the driver out and dashed down the Versailles pike into the city It fell at the corner of Ann and Main streets but jumped up and ran on to the 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