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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 r 1kT- i d i ITHE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT f GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS1EIl ls 100 In Advance 1VOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY FEBUARY 23 1907 No 23 INTERESTING ADDRESS The representative of the Freight and Passenger Department of the Southern Railway Company were brought together In Atlanta on Feb ruary 13th at the request of President Flriley who addressed them In part as duties bring you Into personal and dally contact with the people along the lines of the Southern Rail way and I as one who has filled positions which some of you are now tilling propose to speak to you briefly of the relations of freight and passen ger agents to the public Your duties are of a twofold nature You owe duties to the railway company by jwhich you are employed and you owe duties to the public These double duties do not in any way result In conflict or divided allegiance for he serves the railway best who serves the public best The general officers of a railway have unfortunately too few oppor tunitlesvfor meeting and talking with tne people who are dependent upon the road for transportation services The man having business relations with the road as a rule comes into personal contact with the pcal repre sentatives of the traffic and operating departments The policies of the railway are formulated and mapped out by the general officers but the ap plication of these policies to specific transactions must be entrusted In the main to men in the field It folldws j then that you have In a substantial sense the reputation of the Southern Railway Company for fair and just dealing In your hands Whether the company shall be popular or unpopu measureiupont supreme importance therefore that l you who dally come Into Intimate personal contact with the public should bear in mind constantly that itj Is the of the com alilccItocasional traveler as well as to the large shipper and the regular trav elegy that you should be perfectly frank In all business dealings that you should always be considerate and r patlentand that you should do all In yoiir power to make the services of the road satisfactory tor those for whom they are performed All classes of the public shouldbe treated with consideration and be given every possible and reasonable accommodation Even the man who makes impossible or unreasonable demands should not be dismissed with a curt refusal He may not imIIOssible complied with may send him away a friend of the road instead of a fault finder While every thing possible accomOdatlonlof care should be exercised not to promise the impossible In the way of facilities or services When failure to fulfill such a promise follows the man who made it may be able to shifts Sresponsibility to the operating or some other department of officer but the damage done to the reputation of the road cannot be easily lemediedj Questions that seem to trivial may be considered of much Importance by the persons asking them and they should be answered with patience and courtesy The efficiency of the service as a Whole depends upon the efficiency of each individual official and employee Every agent and employee should study his duties in detail and should 1understand thoroughly just what ho Is to do In any contingency that may arise He should then neglect no detail of his duties however unimport ant it may seem to him for no matter how carefully and minutely duties may bo prescribed by the general officers the neglect of some apparently minor detail may lead to serious or possibly to disastrous results Of even more importance than a careful observance of duties prescribed by lawIways and the public are now regulated by Federal and State statutes and every official and employee of the Southern Railway Company must un derstand that Its business affairs are to be conducted at all times in strict accordance with the laws of the land No transaction or practice that Is for bidden by the laws can be permitted and as I am sure you all understand there must be no resort to evasion of any kind As representatives of the Southern Railway Company you should bear In mind at all times the basic fact that the Interests of the railways and of those served by It are Identical and that they are Inseparably Interwoven The railway can prosper only as a result of the prosperity of communities by which the demand for transporta prosperityHofbrought to the highest possible level only through adequate and efficient transportation facilities At the present time when every effort Is being made 1o supply additional facilities and more efficient services nothing is more Important than that the truth of this proposition should be realized by men in all lines of businesp When once this identity of interests is thoroughly understood the railroads of the South and the people will be brought together In more harmonious cooperation for the development of the natural resources of the South and for the expansion of all lines of dustry The men in the freight and passenger departments are In a position to do much to bring about this mutual good understanding and this harmonious cooperation for the up bythefultteutiop toVthe wars o ThVj ep pie and your considerate treatment of everyone having business with the road will serve as a constant object lesson of its interest In the individuals and communities along Its lines convincesImeminded and when fully Informed can be relied upon to deal justly with the transportation interests I feel sure that It is only necessary to direct your attention to the import ance of your relations to the public and that we shall have your loyal support in carrying out what is the policy of the company the building up of a thoroughly efficient transpor tation system on the solid basis of harmonious relations with the people along Its lines There is another point to which I desire to call your especial attention The management of the Southern asIIors It applies with equal obligation in his sphere of action to the Humblest employee as it does to the highest Each has his duty to perj form anti in the performance of that duty he represents the railway and Is engaged In the performance of a trust In respect to it The brakemen cannot perform the Presidents duty nor can the President perform the brakemans Each must do faithfully honestlandall can there como proper measure of success i The railway and the public are en titled to the very best that is In our employes from the highest to the lowestthey are both entitled to de maid that there shall be no lukewarm or limited service but that the heart ot our employes shall be in their work All of us have voluntarily undertaken a duty in respect to this property and the railway and the public should receive from each of us full and faith ful performance wish to build up among all our employes a spirit of interest and oporationa spirit in which each man will recognize that he is identi fied with the railway and will earnest ly and honestly work for Its welfare Only In this way can we successfully administer the trust which has been confided to us Njyl r awr le SALES OF FARMS Mr T Jeff Lewis has sold his farm of 80 acreslYing on the Peaks Mill pike to Mri IEd B Weitzel Price private i Mr RobcrtJQuire and wife sold aI tract of 45 ares of land to Mr Jas G Pulliam Consideration 1000 cash It is located on the Bald Knob pike Mr John W Ireland sold a farm of 50 acres lying on the Flat Creels pike to Mrs MarNrye Price 900I ELECTED MANAGER E Mr John S Brown has been selected byjfvthie Franklin county Farmers Warehouse Co as General Manager amlhaB entered upon the discharge qfhe duties of the position Mr Brow isa competent gentleman ss The company are now receiving tobacco at th Walker barn near barnInear Peaks l will soon open recepta s TUlAYS FIRE About isb kp m on Tuesday an alarm box 35 called the le 1partment rime cottage oP Mrs Bottle Pauli colored on Mero streeiv Te of the house as well aaym adjoining both belonging Ito s Pendleton were pretty fiV aged The loss from the fire was close to 500 SUIT In tiyAppeals an opinion wash w uphold lag statute of Hmlta tlot e ha City of Frank t g e c fro of Waggoniers p rt on Broadway street In 1898 but did not file suit for lien on the property for the cost of the work until 1904 When the suit was brought Waggoner pleaded the statute In bar and the Court of Appeals upheld his plea EXTENDING HIS STORE Mr John W Milam is having his store room on Main street extended back the full length of his lot some twentyseven feet The store room is now occupied by Mr John W Gayle as a merchant tailoring establishment ANOTHER NEW DWELLINGIf IMr John G Rogers has purchased Mr Thos E Kenney the va cant lot next to his new dwelling on Steele street and will erect a handsome brick house on It so soon as the weather opens up It will be modern in all its appointments WILL BUILD TWO NEW DWEL LINGS Messrs Scott Coin the contrac i tor s have completed the plans for two new dwelling houses which ltiLafe Crutcher will have built upon that part of his lot fronting on Second street Tire houses will have all modern conveniences alydvlllbe built as soon as the weather dpejjaln the spring Iy THE HOGWALLOW IIABOUT PAPER Irhe Hogwallow Kentuckian is a humorous weekly published at Mayfield Ky contains Hogwallow news and stories sketches etc It Is the onJy paper of Its kind and is said to be the funniest publication in the United States Though but a year and a half old Its popularity is almost universal having subscribers in more than thirty States and sells on trains and newsstands Subscrip tion price only 75c a year Try It lrlIlow eyps and dull sallow complexion can restore their youthful plumpness and rosy cheeks by the use of Father Williams Indian Tea or Herb Tablets theyIare Co I EXTRAORDINARYSKIRT I I Skirts Wo believe these skirts we offer nt I500 to be the best values on the market at r OqI come in ll1nekBlne Grey Chiffon Panama i tailored newest plaited effects I 1 to any skirt sold at 050 t I I X600Skirts At this price we offer to ISkirts rondo of Grey V I IirheI 750Black and Blue materialof a very fine quality tailored I newest plaited effects Equal to many skirts shown at ii J I 1000 ofPanamas ttJiSkirtsinI Skirts These beautiful skirts at 1000 I 1 will open your represent the highest art in skirt manufacture Come in Voile i iexqUIsItet1 inud1JfXf CI KAGIN Sc BROI it Frankfort Ky 4143 St Clair Street irP 1Ty JACKSONS HOLE A great many vague Ideas cluster about the name of Jacksons Hole and Its evil reputation Is probably due to the activity of a band of bold horse thieves who operated from this quar tel during the last half of the century re1ferencerendezvous for stolen horses A thief named Jackson was the leader of the band who gave the name to the country and an old man now lying a quiet honest life in Wyoming is said to be the same bandit leader Wilson rede a big gray IIwith a handmade steel lever bit whichI he says was used by Jackson on his saddle horse during his many raids on the herds of horses of the early set tIers and ranchmen of RyomingOarC- ountry for FebruarrIPiles get quick relief front Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Remember its made alone for Piles and it works with certainty and satisfaction Itch ng painful protruding or blind plies dlsapear like magic by its use Try and see Sold by all dealers HIS WHEREABOUTS t Stephen Tasker of Philadelphia had been congratulated on his ex rviploring expedition in Labrador an ex pedition whereon he had taken his wifeThose wild regions said Mr Tas her smiling made hardly an appro private place for a quiet married pair to visit on a pleasure trip Still everything came out well in the end came out better than the young widows ad venture ell- A young widow was consulting a tombstone maker about her lr bands tomb She ended the discussion with And I want it to say To my hus band In an appropriate place Mr Slab All right maam Slab answeredtAnd the tombstone when It was put up said ate To my Husband In an Appropri Place +Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies the blood Cerato heala skin eruption Ir r WOOD MANTELS r t We have a nice Assort ment of Wood Mantels They are all the go now Come and see them JMMOND4 CO See Our Specials 250 aud BOo i mi i PERSONAL Mr N B Risk of Midway was in IondarIt Mrs J W Hill visited friends in n Louisville this week f N Miss Lelia Berryman is visiting it friends in Shelbyville Fi Cadet Isaac Locke State College is home for a few days i Prof J C Atcheson of Danville was in the city Tuesday Miss Viola Heise left Tuesday for y a visit to New Orleans La r1rsJ W Reading visited relatives in Shelby county this week i Mr Nevill White and family have ki gone to Louisville to reside t County Clerk YoJ Semonin of gX Louisville was here Tuesday Jj Rev Walter Q Vreeland of Lexing i h21ton was in the city this week Mr Cecil Farmer returned from a Mondayki Mr Ben Utterback Sr of Louis ville visited relatives here this week I Mrs McCoombs of Pembroke is i the guest of Prof J H Fuqua and wife t r Mr Lindsey Shea of Cincinnati visited his mother in this city this tl week t Mr H K Cole representative from Daviess county was in the city this t weekAdmiral J Crittenden Watson f Louisville was a visitor here this week Mr W E Settle Jr son of Judge Settle has gone to Oklahoma to 1resi e Judge J M Gilbert of Barbourville fwas in the city this week on legal business i1 t Hon J W Cammack of Owenton t was in the city this week on legal business ifHon W J Hendrick of New York City was in the city on legal business this week Mrs A D Martin and son Jack Jhave gone to Atlanta en route for a trii to Cuba r Mrs W L Gay and Mrs Howard f Uo man left Tuesday for a trip to Greenville Miss Miss Annette Downey has been ap pointed organist at the Versailles I Catholic Church f Mrs J L Wasson and daughter J Lava returned from a visit to relatives in Harrodsburg e t Mr Jos W Lindsey of Louisville was in the city yesterday and made callrfJ Mr T Thornton was called to f Monterey by the death of his father Mr J M Thornton iI i Mr Will J Steele of Versailles was the guest of his sister Mrs J F Davis on Thursday ft Mr W C Goad of Scottsville was f in the city Wednesday on business in the Court of Appeals ti LawrencetHagcr came home for the Washing j tons Birthday holiday y4 Mrs Isaac Sallee of Danville Is liirt iW- ir J o 1 tii w- 1y riliJ1- f ffJ Jf r it UI 0 tx 17J ti Fr A t 1 WEITZELS SPRING ARRIVALS We are receiving new Spring Goods every day We have opened up novel ties in Dress Goods and Silks Tailored Suits Spring Coatsiiew Dress Skirts li t8 J h the guest of her father Mr R D Armstrong this week Mrs r T West returned Wednes day from a visit to her daughter Mrs R M Bergman in Irvine Mon Thos G Stuart of Winches ter was the guest of his brother Mr John H Stuart this week Mr Bradley Weitzel of Chicago Ill was the guest of his mother Mrs Jerome Weitzel this week Gen Percy Haly and Mr Guy H Briggs left Tuesday night for Hender son to attend circuit court Mss Lettie Lee Peter of Louisville is the guest of Miss Mary Swigert Hendrick at The Terraces Miss Edith Crum of Beards who has been the guest of Dr J W Hill and wife has returned home Miss Nettie Walcutt of Lakeland who has been the gueAof relatives in this city has returned come Mrs M B Swain of Smithfield who has been the guest of her son Mr J Paul Swain has returned home Mr Frank Heeney left Monday for New York City to purchase the spring stock for Messrs F J Heeney Mrs Polly Fowler of Station Camp Estill county was the guest of her brother Capt 1 T West this week Miss Virginia Gray who has been at home from Caldwell College Danville for a week has returned to school Mr George M Gayle of Kentucky University Lexington came home for the Washingtons Birthday holiday Miss Hallie Evans has returned from a trip to New York City where she purchased her spring millinery stock Col Ed Abbett wife and daugh ter Miss Anna were guests of Mr Jas Chambers in Winchester Sunday Col John D Sallee Superintendent of the Traction Co has returned from MartinsvilleInd very much improved Miss Anna Abbett returned Satur day night from a trip to Washington Judge Wm Lindsay who has been in New York City attending to some legal business returned home on Mon lay lr Dudley Lindsey of Owensboro was in the city Sunday the guest ot his parents Mr John B Lindsey and wifeMrs1 C Cassity of Pleasureville who has been the guest of her sister Mrs John C Bridges has returned home Mrs C G Marshall and Mrs Web ber were called to Carrollton on Wednesday to attend the funeral of a rela tive Mr W H Kidd and Mr Geo A Lewis attended the meeting of the Mystic Shrine in Louisville on Wed L B Marshall has returned from a trip to New Orleans La where she was the guest of Mrs Church Tinsley Mr J F March of the FordJohnson Co at Glendale spent Sunday in this city returning to Glendale Monday morning f J lVJ t rJIJ r1o 1 ti P 11 tj M a wear See Our Special This Week lOc IGHAHLES WRITZE1L andFMnchesterKy hasJreturned where she purchased a new stock ot millineryMrs Hord of Versailles who was called here by the illness of her sister Mrs John F Davis has re turned home fMr wife oi Lexington who have beenguests of her sister Mrs R B Franklin have returned homeiMrs W S Farmer who was called to Lawrenceburg by tie serious Ill ness ofher mother Mrs Lillard has returned home Mrs Early Minter of Lexington who has been the guest Of Mr Wm Cromwell and wife has gone to Louis vine for a weeks visit Midshipman Harry J Abbett who is at home oh furlough was the guest of his uncle Mr James Chambers in Winchester on Sunday V Mrs Jos Topmbs rind children bl Louisville who have son guests of heer parents J3rtG F mfson and wife have reltljljMrs Temple and daughter Miss Teneriffe of Water own Mass who have been the guests of Miss Bertha Scott have returued home Col Noel Gaines and Mr John W Ray went to Henderson this week where the suit of Col Gaines against Gen Haley was to be tried Midshipman Harry J Abbott u S Navy has been ordered to report for duty with the battleship Georgia now at New York City March let Mrs F M Scofleld and granddaugh ter Miss Virginia Thomas who have been guests of Mrs C Gran Graham in Lexington have returned home Mrs Morton K Yonts and children who have been guests of her parents Judge T H Paynter and wife have returned to their home in Louisville Mr Geo M Egbert of Pittsburg Penn came here with the body of his brother Mr Phil G Egbert and remained here for a few days the guest of relativesHon OMeara former Represen tative from Hardin county and a strong friend of Frankfort in her fight to retain the State Capital was in the city this week on legal business Mr OMeara contemplates locating in the new State of Oklahoma 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 are only 20 cents Frankfort Drug Co if +RAILROAD COMMISSIONS REPORT We are indebted to Col Moses R Glenn for a copy of the State Railroad Commissions Report for 1906 There are 3446 miles of railroads in the State and the report shows unusual pros perity in this line The outlook for this year is for still larger operations a 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 disapear like magic by its use Try it and see Sold by all dealers r i1tl1Irfi r lii ti it Our 1TItlne SiC00 t Get BUSY4 And dont fail to see the handsomest and largest lotIFurnishings we ever had Also laces including Real Linen Torchon and i Smyrna Laces At Reasonable Prices r v LINENS The cut in Wa sting Linens still prevails WHITE GOODS Cambrics Long Cloths English and French Nainsooks and ATURDAXSpecial Cut on Skirts and Jackets I1 F J HEENEYu Value JOHN DRISCOLL The Leading Grocer r The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandMade t Sour Whiskies forget the place b JOHN DRISCOLLftl216 ISt Clair St II FREE From Isaac Shelby to J C W Beckham ALL OF KENTUCKY GOVERNORS The First Time Their Pictures Have Ever Been Published The Post has for several endeavored to secure pictures of all Kentucky Governors and has at last succeeded in securing them through the of the Ken tucky 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 presidents the United States Rulers and Flags of nil nations steamship routes statistical data of the also late maps of the United States Pan ama Canal Eastern and Western Hemisphere reports of the last three national census and much other historical Thus and valuable Atlas Is FREE to ALL EVENING POST SUBSCRIBERS If not now a subscriber send 300 for a full years subscriptiim by mail or 200 for six months subscription Understand that these rates are by only nnd that the sub scription price by or agent is cents per week 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 themwThe Evening Post Is first in everything and has the most State news and market reports For all the people and against the grafter Independent always bestIFor the Home Hip Stunting unit t Special Price on Chart and Evening Post with this Paper To Stop a Cold with Proventics is safer than to let it run and euro it afterwards Taken at the sneeze stage Prevention will head qffi all colds and Grippe and perhaps savo 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 snooze try They will surely check the cold and please you Sold by all dealers T7g t fSii Itki ii i1 11Q1 Great Tailored nits Muslins Qualify i Mash Dont Frankfort Kentucky FREE I 1 Evening State history LOUISVILLE Proventics LATEST STYLES IN WALL PAPER I have a full lino of all the latest styles in wall pnpor Cull and examine stock C M BRIDGEFORD StreotOpposite 23tf t3tJ1 rteTIi- s genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures n cold in ORe day J 1rp r fi l f For the Roundabout- DISCOURAGEMENT I To so many of us suspense is the livingIOccasionally one runs up a fellow who stands hopeful as to r final results even in the face of reason and others who cringe and fear from L overwhelming grief because some thing has turned up to overturn plans and fortuneIbecause suspense is a more intelligent suffering than sorrow and its compen sation rather in the power to accept the result Common sense towers these latter cases over while the others trust God and hope for better luck tomorrow To let down in ones highest standards of rightdoing is to lose our grip on lifeIing ill this Money friends good clothes ai ik good busines position and every other f tsuch legitimate temporal blesing are i most surely secured by living up Un- compromisinglyfi to the highest stand tardwe know and all these blessings are endangered the moment we de ceive ourselves into thinking that they can be retained only by yielding a little of ones highest principles But if I do as I an told to asserted I a young man in business deprecating the fact that he was told to do things from which his honorable nature recoiled Ill lose my job on the spot I circumstancerand the papers herald the disgrace eventually and permanently Such characters loom up in divorce courts the suicide column and through other means and methods of exposition I Pity tis tis true- Discouragement is very contageousI and easily caught It a creature of habit and becomes ale most a part of ones life if coddled and encouraged and will kill a man or a woman as quickly as a dose of poison IIlost my friend Misfortune over took him wealth was dissipated in I unwise speculation Hope abandonedI him and he died couragement If perchance he had received encouragement either finan cially or in other ways had kept his home and lived among old friends and companions instead of with strangers doubtless he would have gained lost faith in himself arisen to the height of labor regained hope and today have laughed and talked in the land of the living Instead of lying cold and calm in death i II 1i filI7 t ffI II P iiI r TtJ 1 Ycr i t i I 3 Fresh From the Fashion Centers FIns Come This Comprehensive Showing of Aew Spring Garments This is an ariioiiMcomeiit to compel the attention of style followers Now on view in this store are the latest representatives of the fashions in Readytoweur Suits Coats Skirts und Waists awaiting inspection auld 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 sind 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 Mixfc Eton Suits 1500 Stylish effects 1750 to 500 Spring Jackets Box Fitted Styles ooIt Jj ItJ When the morning breaks and you my friend awake to a realization o wealth in health hope and happiness go forth as a seedsower with the joy of life in your face a word of encouragement on your lips remember- Ing that God will hold you responsible for the way in which you make use of His blessings An object lesson was taught yesterday Some boys were playing marbles and a passerby stopped to watch the game Inadvertently he stood in the light and a boy exclaimed Please Mister git out of our sunshine Yes tis more than truth Standing- in the way of ones sunlight Half of the world need sunshine more than food because illness is caused by overfeeding and if the lesson is in culcated when the child shall have learned that hope is the mainspring of existence and happiness Is a creature of habit Hunt up the discouragedd friend Tuck a bank note in his pocket Help him to find work and assist him over the hill in othe ways and there will be fewer fail ures and fewer livesN S COX February 1907 FOR L A man by the name of L Maloney was arrested by Officer George Mc Donald on Tuesday charged with stealing a watch and 16 in money from a man by the name of John Scroggins He was lodged in jolt LA GRIPPE GETS IN ITS WORK We have been reading iIi the news papers about the epidemic of la grippe in Lexington and other points and of the large number of cases but it certainly has at last gotten in its work in this city The physicians report that there are hundreds of cases and some pretty severe ones but as yet no fatalities Hab you had the grab yed Is the usual salutation in the morning The women of Frankfort are praising Father Williams Indian Tea ftid Herb Tablets every day They are undoubtedly the best Female Tonics and Regulators known and are fast becoming the t Wash Goods Ginghams Yin o assortment tOe 12jc licvy Shirting Madras tOe 12 jc15c 1el ruined BADLY INJURED BY FALL FROM- i I W On Saturday night or early Sunday morning Mr James Goldey a stonecutter employed by the Capital Con struction Co fell from the high stone retaining wall which guards the side walk and overlooks the passage way to the city wharf striking his head on one of the projecting stones in the wall and thence to the roadway A terrible gash was cut in the mans head tearing nearly the whole scalp of the tqp of the head away About 6 oclock Officer George McDonald who was on his way to police headquarters to report for duty heard the man groaning and went to his assistance Together with Officer Pierce they tool him to Dr C A Fishs office where the wounds were dreessed and thence to his board fng place on the South Side It Is supposed that the man who was seen very drunk Saturday night Tay down on the broad top of the wall fell asle and rolled off with the re sul PglV 11bani Up to the time we write Goldey had not recovered consciousness enough to give a connected account of the accident When not in his cups the man is said to be a fine workman and is highly esteemed by his employers I Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases STAMPING GROUND Mr W G Wilson who lives in Indian Territory was in towyryon Saturday telling his host of friends farewellMr A Goddard has purchased a house and lot from Mr C B Roberts for 900 cash The lot lies ou Mul berry street Mr C B Roberts has bought the property of Mr R C Head located on Main street Mr R S Sprake has returned from Millersburg where he attended a meet ing of the directors of the Hurst Home Insurance Co Mr Hopkins Moore had the nits foortune to have a valuable mare run away last Friday and break her leg She had to be destroyed The recent good weather has started our framers to burning their tobacco beds plowing for corn and other delayed work If this weather holds out things will hum from now THE I I Frankfort Kentucky E H TAYLOR Jr A SONS Proprietors t54 fSti 4 1rT J1 SIMJtf f t i1l5 JwI Jl tt 7 i t hl J ifir Dress Goods Splendid assortment 88 Inch Worsted Suitings fiOo New Worsted Stripod Suiting 100 42 in Black Chiffon 1ananm 85e 75C UII ze7tJ1I IARREST RCENVI preparationI ALLI onI 1Ft1 OLD TAYLOR PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY N t A M- Leave No2 PMILeave I n Stylisn Taffetais quality Taffeta ILEX TON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMARY TIMETABLE 1006I1006JWESTBOUND No41Dally DailyEx I I H 11 1117x5 L6 Lexington 81a nlO 20 Winchester 20 912 I5n828 3 5 IJ8 E 900 4rIOI1ii 457 57 Torrent 57 8411017 519 62 707i 82t1085 5H7 70 6A0 800 1115I 545 6IQ 621Beattyl1e 23e 2 a t 94 I 640I 22o LE Trains Nos 1 and 8 will make connections with the o o i Ry for lIt Came Junction 7rainsNos1 2 Mountain Conptoll trnl R for SAZWai0BelotY v11e Junction Trains Nos 2 and 4 will mnko connection at Beattyvllle Junet with L for passengers to and from 0tc K Junction RyforlomlrstationsW 1 SCOTTGeneral A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY MisI Ex SundI I A Lye I Ex No 22I M LvejI Io1750 City lB 1222 1921 Helwhawa Cannel 218 ifNosPoints on Lexington Eastern Railway Me L CONLEY Superintendentt WANTED10 men each State travel distribute samples- of our goods and tack signs l Salary 8500 per month HOO- per for expenses SAUNDERS CO Department Jackson Boulevard I Chicago Ills 178ra KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew IFOR c Stations Stations day ONSUMPTIONOUGHS OLDS IIPrice and Quickest Cure for THROAT LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK Street Car Schedule ICars leave Main and streets FRANKFORTI until 1015 p m- FOR PARK LINE a m and every minutes until p m FOR LEESTOWN 630 a m and every minutes un 1030 p m FOR CEMETERY 630 a m and every minutes until p m- F V Traction J D SALLEE Supt Silks Black Check This an excellent 1 inch Black 100 OF Junction Junction Ip Surest and Ann 615 No 83 I Sund I s A Mta l P M 19 128 Lee 510 741 122 518 12227 715 105 the and in to P all 45 10 45 til 45 10 Co 80 Ar The i i I 1t DailyEx IDally Junction No2I DAILY KXUEPl SUNDAY NoSoJ91M Ir initortCiflciflpllIIij 1 Midland Route tINIAMINoS1 LI iAr IAMINo81 iP NotI81r200 420 D Frankfort Ar 11 2 06 6 23 ILV Summit 11 lj7i5211 6U Elkhorn It U2 19 6 42 Switzer 2 29 6 88 10 53 6 63Stamping Ground 10 W 6 48I 10 36 6 86 Johnson II 30 6 SO 1ig f Georgetown 110 25 6 24 S 20 6 20 Newtown 8 54 fl 087 33 Centerville 8 46 6 003111 737 Elizabeth 8 42 5 56 I7 47 JParis Junctnt toB 82 6 46S 25 7 to Art f Lw 8 80 5 44 IConnects c- Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q I at Paris Union Depot with KentuckyCentraL Connects N at Frankfort Union Depot with L BETWEEN FRANKFORT 4 VIA C GEORGETOWNtP M Aul A SIIPM N jI 15S6 10 10 15 ArCincinnati Lyi 8801 400h Ad BETWEEN P M CINCINNATlIVA620 200 Lv 715 2 51 Lv Geor Ar 6 20n7 55 3 40 Lv Paris Ar 5 44 10 30 6 10 Ar Cincinnati Lv 255 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 2 W IS IA LIran tort A 11 5A720P 620Pa611P Il 42A A Winchester L 7 39A 245P 8 4 115POOP6 XP 12 54P A Richmond L 7 20A IMP7 OOP 10 BOA A CincinnatI L P HAYPres Ati Dr Weaver Syrup rtrttn the blood Gmte ointment for iwtUa 1 1 iTp + theFrankfort RounflaDout tt- t Entered at the nostolllce at Frankfort Ken tucks as secoul class mailable matter GEO A LEVIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT FEB 23 1907 cAo 4 K lY t 4A GALLANT VETERAN ANSWER- i THE LAST ROLL CALL- s Death of Capt C W Merchant x M1After a lingering illness of many months Capt Caleb W Merchant died 11 i at his home in this county on Satin a flay morning Feb 16th 1907 in the ageyts disposition go lug quietly in and out among us but Tow people knettlor realized that Gale Merchant as he was familiarly known had carved out a history which Jails to but few men and to which his children and grandchildren will point with pride in the years to come From a wild boy in a neighboring city he de veloped into the gallant soldier sere ing his country long and well then laying aside the implements of war to become the steady honest and peace loving citizen he was I Caleb Wesley Cloud Merchant was born in Lexington Kentucky August j list 1S32 being named for Dr Caleb t W Cloud who was a prominent physij rclan in that city 75 years ago He learned the printers art in the office of the Lexington Observer and Re I porter edited by the late Col D C Wickliffe but in 1S55 enlisted in the United States Army being assigned to the Fourth Cavalry and serving with that organization for ten years The earlier years of his service was spent upon the western frontier during which time the officers of his regiment were men who afterwards wrote their names high upon the roster of fame durig the Civil Wai Gen Roburt K P Lee being at one time his Lieuu nayt Colonel Gens George and J E B + Stewart of the Confederate Army Captains as were also Gens Goo B McClellan Thos J Wood and S k B Sturgis of the Federal Army and i General Sumner his Colonel Capt Wood was in command of his com pany for some time before the break fag out of the Civil War and up to the time he was commissioned as a Brigadier General of Volunteers Gen od being a Kentuckian held all Kentuckians in high esteem promoted Mr Merchant to the position of First b e Sergeant of his company and urged him to apply for a commission which reA of an officer whose enmity he had in1 urredI5 of the wagon train of Gen Harneys 4 command which was marching across outxin front of his wagonthe troops be H Ing some miles in advanceand when about a mile away from the train six Kiowa Indians suddenly came up out of a ravine n ttcircled around and began an attack 4 upon him They wounded his horse I behind which he shielded himself as I much as possible and opened fire upI on them with his Sharps carbine Wiling one and wounding too others so that they could not get away but not before one of them had thrown a lance which struck him in the face i 4 and laid open his left cheek an ugly t scar row the wound he carried to his grave The timely arrival of the train guard was nil that saved him front being killed In 1S57 he was with the command of Gen Albert Sidney Johnston which marched across the plains to subdue the Mormon lal81Cltrfor peace and the soldiers were not permitted to enter the city except in small parties regimentSwhen Col Sunnier was sent to suppress the trouble between the Free soilers and Border Ruffians in Kansas and met among the prisoners taken by his command two of his brothers who were captains of bands of Border RuffiansWhen the war between the States broke out his regiment was assigned to the Department of Missouri and at the Battle of Springfield he served as an orderly to Gen Sturgis and was sent by that officer through the lines Lyonsiwas transferred east of the Mississippi and he took part with it in all of the important engagements from Shiloh to the Battle of Franklin Tennessee- At the time Hon Clement L Vallandigham was expelled from the Union lines it was Sergeant Merchant who had charge of the squad which delivered him to the Confederate pickets at Guys Gap Tennessee In the operations around Atlanta he was wounded In the leg and when with Gen Kilpatrick on his raid south of Atlanta had his horse killed under him and just as he mounted another was struck upon the nose by a spent ball which made him feel of the back of his neck to find where it passed out ns he thought he was shot through the head The greater portion of the later years of his service he was in com mand of his company the regiment being commanded by a Lieutenant the lather officers being absent as Colonels and Generals In the volunteer service In his discharge from the army he leaves a precious heritage to his children as It Is an eloquent testimonial to his gallantry and unswerving fealty to duty showing that he participated in twentyone regular battles and numerous skirmishes and that his service had been honorable in a high degreeHis last term of service expired just after the battle of Nashville and although offered every Inducement to reenlist he determined to return to civil life accepted his discharge came to this city to reside and secured a position at the Old Commonwealth of fice where he worked at the case for a number of years until offered a position on the police force of which organization he was a member about ten years serving one or two terms as ChiefAlthough justly entitled to a pension years ago he steadily refused to- apply for one until the Infirmities of age began to creep upon him and the opportunity for employment grew less For eight years he was night watch man at the United States Building re signing the position in February last owing to falling health and a desire to remove to a small farm he had pur chased about two miles from the city Capt Merchant leaves a devoted wife two daughters Mrs A W Nazor of this county and Mars J B Eastin of Lexington and two sons Messrs Hugh and C W Merchant Jr of this city and a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn his death He was twice married his first wife being a Texas lady by whom he A Boston schoolboy was tall weak andsickly His arms were soft and flabby He didnt have a strong muscle in his entire body The physician who hadattended the family for thirty years prescribed Scotts Emulsion NOW To feel that boys arm you would think he was apprenticed to a blacksmith I ALL DRUGGISTS SOn AND IOO J iCvhadlstI brthatlStateTho funeral services were conductedi from the First Baptist city on Monday morning Rev Dr M B Adams ofllcinfriig and the re familyIlotLodge No C Odd Fellowsland Dexter Lodge No 30 Knights of Pythias attended the funeral In a body and marched to the cemetery the Odd Fellows conducting the burial rites over the grave of their dead brotherHaving for years worked by his side at the case and later whentwith changing administrations he would lose his position upon the police force he would enter our employ we learned to know him as few people did and take a mournful pleasure in testify ing to his worth as a man a citizen and as soldier Soft be his slumbers and gently rest the sod above him TO THE DAIRYMEN AND CATTLE BREEDERS OF KENTUCKY Shelbyville Ky Feb 19 1907 If you are interested in the dairy business either as a breeder of diary stock or a producer of milk and cream it is very essential that you should take a day or two off and attend the meeting to be held in Shelbyville Ky during the State Farmers Institute w4iich will be In session Feb 25 27 and 28 You may or may not have ex perienced difficulties in satisfying certain Health Departments as to the health of your herd and sanitary con dition of your barns A great many have been confronted with this propo sition and the greatest feature of It is that the Pure Food Department of Kentucky the State Board of Health and the City Board of Health of Louis vine are not working In harmony In order that uniform rules shall govern the Shelby County Dairy and Cattle Breeders Association has deemed it wise to form a State Dairy Organiza tion We believe that we can have the Legislature appoint a Dairy Com missioner who shall be a practical man and a State Veterinary Surgeon who shall be subject to the call of every stockman to Inspect his herd at the expense of the State We also hope to have some laws enacted that will promote ttye dairy interests The dairy busjfless IB bjeonjiUng a very important Branch of agriculture in Kentucky In Shelby county alone there are 130 dairy farmers During the last session of the Legislature a- very unjust bill was offered by a mem ber from Louisville who represented a clique who sought to place great power in the hands of one man who could have your cattle slaughtered at will and to show you the schemes that were practiced to further the passage of this bill there was a dummy bill printed in circular form and purport ing to be a copy of the original that was sent out for distribution among the dairymen of Shelby county This dummy bill was changed in wording so as to appear far more reasonable and just than the original The Shelby County Association went to Frankfort In large numbers and with the assistance of members of the House and Senate who readily saw the injustice that was being practiced succeeding in defeating trio passage of this bill even after it had passed one committee Tho Shelby County As sociation has done good work with members of the Louisville Board of CouncilWith a State organization working together we will be assured of fair and impartial laws As the lawmakers of our State would not dare to op press or destroy so Important an industry as dairy farming and with reasonable laws and fair prices for our products there is no business that we can follow that will bring us so good a revenue and at the same time increase the fertility of our farm landsI that each man may consider this a personal invitation and I al most feel like guaranteeing his expenses of the trip as I know that the benefits to be derived from a State organization will be very great Aside from this feature you will be enabled to hear some of the greatest dairy lecturers in the United States who will speak at the State Farmers Inslt tute while you are here Trusting that as many as possible will be present I remain Very respectfully HART WALLACE President Shelby County Dairy and Cattle Breeders Association ift r r jJ H S N I ae ij Y 4 iI J IIJo J r a rR iipleasant to take i j ft r f Laxative i- iSyrup e Y NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION s 4sk Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits anti their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their saltsIare irritating to the intestines t Vegetable f about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc I Y our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than t4 any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE r i Tobacco Bellows Blowers I Ii Hoes Forks SpadesiI Cradles and Fingers rr f Scythes and Snatches j I Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil I Tarpaulins i Monkey WrenchesIiPipe Fittings and Wrenches rt F iFRANKi4N Hardware Paints Oils Etc CapitolFoundry 1 3 Machine Co1 HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in and Repairers of i Machinery and Machine i Supplies of All KindsJi Both New and SecondhaQdI WE HAVE FOR SALE Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boiler i Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Ninehorse Power Hagari Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrs200 Bushels Capacity W BOTH PHONES I 1 i I r clr 4 Grips Grim Grasp Caused Heart Disease t Could Not Lie On Left Side- DrMilesIleart Cure and Nervine Cured Me llirminghamAlaas follows It is with the greatest plqasure that I rec ommend Dr and Heart Cure I wish that I could tell every suffererjiow much Rood they have me I had a severe attack of La Grippe which left my heart in a very bad I could not lie down the smothering spells that would almost over come me and the feeling of oppression around my heart I had not been so that I could on left side for a long time I Jot your Heart Cure and took three bottles I have no trouble now with heart and rightFormerlyous prostration I had tried so many rem gettingnerves of heart were so affected that sometimes it would lose beats so it would seem to stop altogether It was on the ad vice of a lady friend that I tried your Restor firstfewone of Heart Cure made me feel like a new person My heart is all right and my nerv ousness is all gone I never fail to recom mend it to others afflicted as I was bottlcAddressDr HEADQUARTERS OF THE BURLEY TOBACCO SOCIETY 1Winchester Ky Feb 14th 1907 To the Growers of the Burley Dis trict Dear Friends IThe past thirty days have been the most wonderful In the history of- American farming Our pool closed January 12th last and the Board of Directors met In Wdnchester on the kith following without a single plan perfected for caring for the two thirds of the 1906 Burley crop whit had been placed In their hands br a their fellow farmers to handle ar- sell How well placed that con dence was Is shown by the facts a complished At that meeting plat were formed which have been sul dent to overcome difficulties th seemed Insurmountable and nc those who at first scoffed at the Id of a lot of farmers sticking gether and doing something a opening their eyes in amazement Ithe marvelous success we ha Achieved Every county In the district h financed Its crop or arranged to so a thing that has wrecked all o previous organizations The ease wl which it was accomplished has bee u surprise even to ourselves Tt I banks have been eager to secure patronage and we have been abl to offer collateral that Is giltedged Every county In this district hr secured warehouse accommodations arranged to do so for such part the crop as it will be necessary t care for at once and everywhere th owners who does not need the assistance of the financier and the warehouseman are tackling the job of handling their own crops with a con fidence that augurs success and in most of the counties the Boards of Control have supervisors who will watch these outside crops and see that their conditions and treatment are Kept up to the highest standards pos sible This should be looked after carefully In every county These things have been done with out any precedents to guide the County Boards and no man who Is not one of them can appreciate the unselfish labor and worry they have endured in order that their fellow men might be benefltted The toI aIHIIevenBurley District ought to remember with thankful hearts these men who liave made bricks without straw have made something of great where formerly there was noth 1who all this In most of the the campaign for the 1907 crop is already on and this Is the key to tho situation If wo can pool per cent of the 1907 crop the worlds tobacco buyers will bo knock ing at the doors of every warehouse under our control within a very short time and before the fight Is over we are going to have 95 per cent and maybo more Those who from faint heart stood out last year will come in this year when they see that we- have succeeded and are pushing our fight along business lines that meat certain success for the future So far we have failed in nothing that we have set out to do and with the help of Him who Is always on the side of the oppressed and the gallant yeomanry and our many friends of this Burley District we will continue to succeed until all out enemies cry Hold Enough Yours for Success LUCIEX BECKNER Secy Burley Tobacco Society oeMR RILEY DID NOT KNOW Woman Reporter Asked Question Hard to Answer A friend of lames Whitcomb Riley tolls a story of an encounter the Bachelor poet anco had with a woman re porter The energetic young woman after strenuous effort had finally caught Mr Riley at the telephone This Is the conversation that followed Is this Mr Riley Yes That is Miss Miss Jones of the CourierJournal Ive been trying all day to get an in terview said tho poet gallantly Oh thanks How long will you remain In Louisville Mr Riley Only a short time Is your wife with you No maam she may I ask You may ask my dear Miss Jones but I find it very difficult to answer iI am in absolute ignoranco of her whereabouts For aught I know to the contrary she may right now be at the other end of this telephone There was much laughter and after ward an effort to resume the inter view But in vain Mr Riley had es capedHome Companion- RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Whereas The Supreme Ruler of the universe has called from our midst the wife of our beloved brother Sir Knight Ferd Jacobs who died at her home on the 5th day of February 1906 therefore be it Resolved by Dexter Lodge No 54 Trnit n may be only a tired liver or a starved liver It would be a stupid as well as savage thing to beat a weary or starved man because ho lagged In his work So In treating the lagging torpid liver it is a great mistake to lash it with strong drastic drugs A torpid liver is but an indication of an illnourished enfeebled body whose organs are weary with over work Start with the stomach and allied organs of digestion and nutrition Put them in working order and see how quickly your liver will become active Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery has made many marvelous cures of liver troublo by Its wonderful control of the organs of digestion and nutrition It re stores the normal activity of the stomach Increases the secretions of the bloodmak polIliver of tho burdens imposed upon it by the defection of other organs If you have bitter or bad taste in the morn- Ing poororjOrlablo appetite coated tongue foul breath coiistlpatedor irregular bowels feel weak easlls tired Vspondent frequent beadaches pain dlstres ta small of back gnawing or distressed teenofc In stomach perhaps nauseaVhWwKwXjJN risings In throat symptoms of weak stomach and torpid llv medl cine will relieve you more promptly or cure dou mo tuapen y to odor Plerres olden Medical Discovery Perhaps only part or the abOve symp ems will be present at ono time and yet point to torpid liver or biliousness and weak stomach Avoid all hot bread and biscuits griddle cakes and other Indigestible food and tauo tho Golden Medical Discovery regularly and stick to its use until you are vigorous and strong The Discovery Is nonsecret nonalcoholic Is a glyceric extract of native medici nal roots with a full list of Its Ingredients printed on each bottlewrapper and attested under oath Its Ingredients are endorsed and extolled by tho most eminent medical writers of the ago and are recommended to cure tho diseases for which It Is advised Dont accept a substitute of unknown composition for this nonsecret MKDICINK OF KNOWN COMPOSITION hA It will give pleasure show you present offerings in fine and medium priced furniture ourliberalR Sc j l NOTICE The Local Carpenters Union No 1478 have adopted the eight hour scale with same pay take 2010tB- LUE effect April 1st 1907 toI GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 7 pm and at 9 and 11 p m Leave Paris verY hour from 0 a m to 7 p m and 10 p mGeorgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 630 a in to 780 pm and at 9 and p m Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from 010 a m to 815 pm at 10 prm Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 6 am and at 9 and p m Leave Versailles very hour from 546 a m to 516 p ni and at b15 and 10 p m E T Phone 610 Home Phone 174 RT GUNN Manager 2tf RAILROAD TIME TABLE wtai BooNC No 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 departs 940 a m daily except Sunday No 15 L N departs 320 p m daily except Sunday No2J C 0 Via Shelbyvllle departs 615 p m daily EAST BOUND No 18 Lb N leaves 950 a m daily except Sunday No 22 d 0 leaves 1018 a m Noi6 L N leaves 435 p m daily except Sunday No 20 L N Frankfort Accommodative arrives 615 p m daily except Sunday moldailNo 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 Accommodation arrive and departs from First and Water Street Stati- onFC Leaves for Paris620 a Returns1125 a m Leaves for Paris 200 p Returns720 p m J W WATSON Ticket AQw RySchedule ject to change without notice Nasiivl11oMessphis 920 A M and 614 P Daily Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk DallyI Buy Furniture rconomically v fixtravaganeo consists In buying the wrong thing at the wrong price huyingtillpriceIf ou are truly economical will not buy merely because it is cheap It should lie boughtfirst for r its appropriateness see for its durability us to our ROGERS SONS N M LET US FIGURE FOR YOU The cost of Painting and Repairing your Vehicle A good vehicle isjworth saving frequently a small amount ex a pended will double its will cost a new one I Drop us a card our representative will to see Now is lthe time to have your vehicle overhauled and painted Seller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY H K VARD President you furniture and ond and you and call you C M BROWSING Sec and Treas A Happy New Year Is assured to all users of PRIDE OF MADISON I FLOUR For Sale by all Grocers Send us your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit and Produce j HEISE SONSIST CLAIR STREET Both Phones m AM READY TO MAKE THE BEST PHOTOSAnd i BridgeStble Photographer H G MATTERN 7 n y fft IY ftWtV icVf ie C F c7ftilIvr ftr t WE1 SELL THE BEST f THAT IS WHAT WE DO We 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 Goods Kentucly and you will be shown the same consideration as if you wished to make a purchase That will follow later Rem ember The Best of everything in stock and prices are veiy low for sUCu a class of goods SELI3ERTyj Ji MARRIED iRIGHT10RRISln this counts on Tuesday Mr Robert Wright and Miss Virginia Morris were married SAUNDERS JAMESON In this city on Wednesday Mr Albert Saunders and Miss Lizzie Jameson were married by Rev J O A Vaught of the Methodist Church ONAXBRAWNER In this county on Tuesday Mr YoG ONan and Miss Lizzie Brawner were married by L D Stucker HIGGI SSIPESIn this city on Thursday Mr Thos Higgins and Miss Lily Sipes were married by Rev L D Stucker HULETTEHAYDON In this coun ty on Wednesday Mr Carl Hulettei and Miss Mary B Haydon were married by Rev Dr M B Adams of the First Baptist Churcb- BREWERCOOKIn this count on Wednesday evening Mr Willia Brewer and Miss Stella Cook we married by Rev Dr M B Adams the First Baptist Church Kentucky State Farmers Institute The following is the program of t State Farmers Institute to be held at Shelbyvllle next week Tuesday Feb 26 Morning Session 9 Oclock Enrollment of Delegates 10 oclock General Session Shelb vllle Opera hous- eInvocationRev O J Chandler Musicla President Shelby County ClubResponseH M Froman President State Farmers Institute Afternoon Session 130 oclock Corn Breeding C G Williams Wooster 0 What the Pure Food Movement Means to the FarmerProf R M Allen Pure Food Department Ke tucky Experiment Station Farm SanitationDr A T M of the Kentucky Breedin BureauJouett Shouse Lexington Evening Session 730 oclock MusicA for Clean Hllk Illus trated with Stereopticon vlewsProf C B Lane Chief Dairy Division U Department of Agriculture the Camp FireJos Wing Mechanlcsburg O AddressC G Williams Wooster O Wednesday Feb 27 Morning Session 9 oclock InvocationRev David M Swee Election of Members State Board of Agriculture from First and Third Appellate Districts General Session 1030 oclock Road Construction and Mat tenanceA E Doder National for Department Washington D C Baby Beef and Baby LambsJas ingl Need of Forest Conse ton In Kentucky H M Hale N tional Forest Service Washington D C Afternoon Session 130 Oclock CattleThe Ideal Beef TypeJo- b Wing Ohio and Prof J J Hooper Prof Animal Husbandry Kentucky State Colleg- eCattleThe Ideal Dairy Tpe 4r Prof C B Lane Washington D C and Prof M A Scovell Director Kentucky Experiment Station NoteLive specimens of the Beet brrpvJr S i 4rr AIDS j and Dairy types will be brought on the Opera House stake and will be judged for points before the delegates Purposes of the Commission o Revenue and Taxation Charles Ca roll Louisville Ky rI Defects in the Revenue Laws IfI Kentucky and the Necessity of a Co stftutional Amendment to Corre Same YoA Robinson Louisville Ky oclockIThursday Feb 28 Morning Session OClockj C Music What Immigration Means to the FarmerE J Watson State Commis sion of Immigration Columbia S C Use and Abuse of Commercial Fer tillzers Prof M A Scovell Swine Breeding S E Morton Camden O Some Other Sides to the Alfalfa Wingy of the WhiteeIfAfternoon Session 130 Oclock r Tobacco BreedingProf W H Scherfflus Bureau of Plant Industry U S Department of Agriculture heThe Burley Tobacco Movement W A Byron Brooksville Ky The Dark Tobacco Movement H G Overstreet Owensboro Ky SWITZER Dr YoF Anderson spent last Fri afternoon with friends in Stamp ag Ground Frankfosrt spent several days last week with Mr S T Carter and wife iMr Clarence Quarles has moved back to his home on the Peaks Mill road iMiss Gertrude Smith is visiting relatives in Georgetown and Midway this week elativttes at Forks of Elkhorn this week anad wife on last a daughter Cigtt Mrs W J Lynn spent several days this week In Frankfort Miss Ruth Smith gave a valentine party on Thursday evening from 7 to decoratSed red hearts and candles The number present was twentyfour theEir valentines Mrs Taylor Carter of Frankfort day with relatives In Peaks Mill last week Greisen on where they will spend several days Mr J W Poindexter and wife spent several days this week In Louisville Oliverns hede FrankfortEweek nacourt Tuens FORGETMENOT COUNTRY FIRE The residence just rented by Mr Orva Gordon six miles from the city on the Flat Creels pike was destroyed by an incendiary fire on Thursday night Fortunately the Gordon family had not moved into the house 4T1t v i li IItttt iJ IIAr4J i itiif 5K ftg BEl TMS n i1I00REIn Shelby county on Tues Moore brother of Messrs Whit and Owen Moore of this cy ctHANLEYIn this city on Thurs Tar night Miss Carrie Hanley aged i5 years with pneumonia e WOMANS CLUB MEETING 1The Womans Club will meet Monj threhn B Lindsey TO HAVE ELECTRIC LIGHTS The Board of Stewards of the Methodist church at their meeting Monday night let a contract to the Penn Electric Co to put Electric Lights in their church The work will be done next week THE OLD RELIABLE In this issue may found the advertisement of the Old Reliable nurserj firm of ILF Hillenmeyer Sons It Is not necessary for us to say anything In commendation of this firm Their deeds tell the tale for them Send in our orders e We have received an invitation to attend the graduating exercises of the Nurses of the Training School in New York City The exercises take 28jMissis one of the graduates Miss Innes is a handsome and talented young lady rA MEARSURE OF MERIT Frankfort Citizens Should Weigh Well This Evidence Proof of merit lies in the evidence Convincing evidence in Frankfort Is not the testimony of strangers But the endorsement of Frankfort peopleThats the kind of proof given here Mrs Mollie E Callls of 67 iaHolmes St wife of W H Callis fore man at the Frankfort Chair Cos Works says I have the greatest faith in Doans Kidney Pills for their treatment brought me untold relief I had backache for years It was not severe at all times but when an attack occurred especially if I overexerted myself in any way aggravation of the aching was sure to follow A positive proof of some disturbed action of the kidneys was trouble with the kidney secretions r tried various remedies but found nothing that did me any permanent good Reading an adver tisement in our local papers about Doans Kidney Pills it occurred to me that they might at least give some reo lief Acting on this thought I went to got1sa people said about Doans Kidney Pills w nothing short of the truth The pain waslcorrectedany preparation which acts up to the representations made it like Doans Kidney Pills can not be too well sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other 7 It Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair StreetIIF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS ACCIDENT IBAD former keeper of the workhouse but now a brakeman on the L fc N R R was dangerously hurt on Wednesday morning earlyI while coming through the tunnel on a freight car Buckley it seems forgot to get ItIon the forehead and top of Iris leA and thrown backwards from the traim He was picked up by his train crew and brought into the city where Dr John G South was summoned He found the skull crushed in at the fore head and the head a mass of bruises and cuts Dr South rendered every attention possible and in the afternoon Buckley was taken to Louisville on a cot on board the320 L N train His injuries are very serious arid it is doubtful if he recovers He is a man of powerful physique otherwise he would have been Instantly killed J ACCIDENTS Mrs S C Cryer wife of Mr S Cryer of the Elk Hotel sustained fracture of the right arm on Mon day Surgical attention was at once rendered Wilmot H Kidd Jr Infant son ot Mr W H Kidd met with a peculiar accident on Wednesday afternoon When his sister lifted him up in his cradle she dislocated the right arm at the shoulder Surgical attention was at once rendered and the little fellow is O K IIWANTED Gentleman or lady to travel for Mer candle House of large capital Terj rltory at home or abroad to suit desirable the home may be used headquarters Weekly salary of per year and expenses Address Armstrong Alexander 125 Plymouth Place Chicago Ill as252t ITHREE KINDS OF WEATHERI On Wednesday afternoon shortly before dark it commenced to rain and kept it up until after 6 oclock Then the high winds blew the rain clouds away Between 11 and 12 oclock it commenced to snow and a furious flurry followed for a short while when cloudslandfair and cold yj6iPjJ t iirCttlr Y11 k h j t ft iYc t WEEIl1Y COURIER IlLIAND Roundabout For n1eIsaThe Presidential election is aptipreaching Times have That is nil Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been Democrat never a Republican Es a4isential differences out of the way Democrats are getting together It The CourierJournal Is going to snp port the ticket And there you have it SEND YOUR ORDER FOR THIS COMBINATION TO US NOT 10 THE COURIERJOUR NAL THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE WETKLY COURIER JOURNAL ALONE IS A YEAR tLOW RATES FROM Louisville VIALSouthern Ry effect daily March 1st to April 30th and Sept 1st to Ode 31st Inc t 3400iHelena und Butte i4 3500 r Jl Spokane 3850 fi Portland Tacoma and Soattlot 3800 San Francisco Los Angeles and Iother California 110intsirCorresponding rates II16th to Oklahoma Indian Territory lexasttand other points in the Southwest and Southeast completeinformation agent or PassAgent DistrictPassJ C BEAM JR Asst Gen Pass Agent St Louis Mo Feb 23to AplSO JaE Blue Grass Nurseries DOfferline of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever AsparagusI Strawberry on appllGcatlonltoataloguos H F Hillenmeyer SonsI f Feb 238m tiit r 1r f tX j J 307309 Main St SOW R8c CO RELIGIOUS f u ASCENSION EPISCOPAL JHURCHRev A B Chinn rector IMwill conduct services at follows mjtl 11 a m Prayer and Sermon Sub 1 ject The Object of Religion r 730 p m Evening Prayer and Ser t mon The Prophet Malnchtvill be the subject of evening sermon rLENTEN SERVICES Mondays Evening Prayer at 430 Tuesdays Subject The Sermon on the Mount 430 p m Wednesdays Brief service and Bible Study 730 p m w Thursdays The Sermon on the Mount 430 p m- FrIdaysLitany The Sermon on the Mount 730 p m t BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M D Adams pastor At 11 a m Mr G N Blerce of Dayton 0 will deliver an address At 730 p m Dr Adams will preach The Prophet Joel will be the subject of tho evening sermon I Sundayschool at 945 in the chapel Baraca class at 945 n m taught by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 645 p milt the chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 7 30 In the chapel Visitors cordially Invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson pastor will preach at 11 a HI and 730 p m The Prophet Joel 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 even ing at 730 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited I CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov 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 F W Hmitt of Danville will preach at 11 n m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Bndeavor at G30 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed 1 1 CHURCHRev J O pastor will preach at 111METHODIST pom Joelt will be the evening sermon Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting on Wednesday oven ing at 730 p m Everybody Invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the pas tor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p mThe Prophet Joel will bo the r t 9 NIli ij 7 rl II3 11I tfi ir f rll- c A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME TO GET A HEATING STOVE PRICE GUT In order to make room for Other Seasonable Goods We also have a full line of Ranges Grates Mantles Clover Timothy Orchard Grass Blue Grass Seed Call and Examine same and Get Pries P C Esubject of the evening sermon Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m- Everybody invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAP L Sunday school every Sunday afternoon at- Pm 3 Everybody Invite SELLS HIS FINE HOME AND BUYS FARM Dr J Albert Posey has sold his handsome residence on North Shelby stree to Mr S M Saufley Dr Posey has also purchased a farm of 30 acres from O N Smith lying on the Louisville pike will r aove to It la the near future and will establish a poultry farm He has been very suc cessful In raising fancy chickens of the Buff Orpington breed having taken a number of handsome premiums on his fowls He has sold quite a number of them at very remunerative prices He wilt not however glo up his practice as a dentist but will beat his office as usual every day dWIIt Little Early Risers I The famous little pillsIAWFUL DEATH Employe of T E Kenneys Mill Burned to Death at Irvine On Saturday night Mr John Rice an employe of Mr Thos E Kenney the mill man who had been sent to the headwaters of the Kentucky river to look after logs belonging to Mr Kenney loaded up on booze and went to a shanty on a raft of logs where some friends of his were The men finding Rico in bad shape from liquor put him to bed in the shanty and made up a good fire in the stove They then crossed the river into Irvine and had started up town when they heard screams from the raft andI saw flames burst out of the shanty They Immediately hurried back to the raft but found that the man who had been overcome by the flames had fallen across the stove where he was literally cooked to death The coroner of Estill county held an inquest Sunday morning a verdict being found according with the facts The body was brought home on Monday and burled in our cemetery There was a rumor here that the man had met with foul play but when the full facts were known It developed that all the money tho man had was still on his person the notqs being burned to ashes in hisI pocket book and tho sjlver money still intact Tho man was a good workman but would occasionally go on a spree He had been In the employ of thoI mill men for several years and was thoroughly qualified to attend to lumber He had separated from his wlfo and children some time since but was contributing to their support A dlstreslng feature of the affair Is that smallpox had broken out In his family and they are all except one daughter who has been ill with typhord fever at tho Kings Daugh ters Hospital for sometime now In I the pest house h t I u n JUST WHAT OUGHT TO BE DONE I At the recent convention of officers of the Kentucky National Guards held in this city the following resolution was offered by Col W B Holdeman and unanimously adopted IResolvedTlatthls Convention in the Interest of the Kentucky State Guard and in accord with the action of other States in providing for their militia does respectfully and earnest ly urge upon the members of the Legislature that will assemble in Jan 1908 to make such provision as will insure regular attendance at drills and other exercises necessary to the proper discipline and military training of the organized milita of Kentucky To that end we state our belief that at tendance by enlisted men and non commissioned officers at drills inspections parades and other exercises prescribed for the instruction of the Kentucky State Guard be construed as the performance of one days duty and be paid for at the Government rate of pay for such enlisted men and noncommissioned officers when on duty No chjwgaTsfcail bo presented against h tato jr any regiment of the Kentucky Guard for more thani fiftytwo attendances per annum at such exercises by any member of any company battalion or regiment We have often wondered why this step had not been taken heretofore A majority of the young men who compose the Guards have positions upon which they are dependent for a livelihood and these drills often inter fere with their business interests Again there are many fine young fellows who are deterred from enlisting in the Guards on account of these facts They are dQslrable material out of which to make the best soldiers We hope this resolution will be favorably acted upon by the Legis ature ATTENTION REPUBLICANS A meeting will be held at my office on Wilkinson street Monday night at 730 to organize A WILLSON CLUB A cordial invitation is extended toI all Republicans A B HAMuMOND WeakKidneys Weak Kidneys surely point to weak kidney Nerves Tho Kidneys like the Heart and the Stomach find tholr weakness not in tho organ Itself but In tho nerves that control and guide and strengthen them Dr Shoops Restorative is medicine specifically prepared to reach these controlling nerves To doctor tho Kidneys alone Is futile It Is u waste of time and of money ai Well If your back aches or Is weak If the urine smith or Is dark and strong I f you have symptoms of Ilrlghts or other distressing or dangerous kid- Der disease try Dr Shoops Restorative a month ublets or Liquid and see what It can and will for you Druggist recommend and sell Jr Shoops RestorativeALL iiji f J J 0 IF I SHOULD TONIGHT If I should die tonight My Iricnds would look upon mv quiet face- Before they laid it in its resting place And deem that death had left it al most fair And laying snowwhite flowers againstt my hair Would smooth it down with tearful tenderness And fold my hands with lingering caress Poor hands so empty and so cold tonight If I should die tonight My friends would call to mind with loving thought Some kindly deed the icy hands had wrought Some gentle word the frozen lips had said- Errands on which the willing feet had sped The memory of my selfishness and pride My hasty words would all be put aside And so I should be loved and mourned tonight If I should die tonight Even hearts estranged would turn once more to me Recalling other days remorsefully The eyes that chill me with averted glance Would look upon me as of yore per chance And soften in the old familiar way For who could war with dumb un conscious clay So I might rest forgiven of all to night Oh friends I pray tonight Keep not your kisses for my dead cold brow The way Is lonely let me feel them now Think gently of me I am travelworn My faltering feet are pierced with many a thorn Forgive oh hearts estranged forgive I plead When dreamless rest is mine I shall not need The tenderness for which I long tonight Belle Eugenia Smith COMPROMISED CASE At the recent term of the Franklin Circuit Court Mr Schuyler B May hall Sr recovered a judgment of 5 000 in damages against the city of Frankfort for injuries sustained by falling into an open ditch near the new L N depot on Broadway last sum merOn Saturday last the case was com promised by the parties In interest for 3000 each party to pay their own costsThis was done rather than have an appeal taken In the case Tho L N railroad was the real party In interest that road having given a bond to save the city harmless from any damages on account of the work attached to the new depot WHY THIS DIFFERANCE We havo received notice weal the firms front whom we buy our paper stock that there has been an advance of 10 per cent on nearly all grades of paper used In a printing office and that there Is a probability of other advances in tho near future With us It C Y w tj t it i 0f d v 307309 Main St is different from other business If the grocer has to pay more for his sugar he charges his customer more and the customer never says a word But If we were to place an advance of 10 per cent on the price of letter heads envelopes bill heads or other printed matter needed by the same merchant because the paper dealers are making us pay that much more this same merchant would throw up his hands in holy horror and declare he would go elsewhere to get his printing done When the merchant puts up his price on his goods in keep ing with the advances made by the manufacturers his customers accept I the situation and say nothing When the poor plnters tells the same mer chant that the manufacturer has compelled him to make a raise that merchant will not stand for It and raises the biggest kind of protest He is not willing to let us apply the same rules to our business he does 1 to his own Here we are ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frank fort Ky postoffice for the week end ing February 23 Allen Ww B Byrton Brag Brooks Elmer 1 Butcher Morrison cb Barla Mrs Barnes Mrs Polly Brown Robt Brady Mrs John E Barley J H I Bowman Mrs LeerBonner Mr Cook ThorntonrCarlor Miss Kella Candle Mrs Annie 1 Cain Detter Dame Rev G W t Dyre W P j t Gaines W H v Griesdeick A B I Harris Mrs Ellen Harrod Ernest Hays Miss Ora Herman Lee i Hurt Mrs Cynthlana A u Jewett Will SJackson Howard A F- Linty M t Moore Walter NunnNester Harry I i Preston Mrs Mary i 1aPickett N L 0Pullian Henry Robinson Mrs Mattle fRodlman DInevRice Mrs Anna BellIReading Leo o Stone J W Swain Sam y Siples Miss LillieiShort John 4 l t lShobe GL Salyer WilevtTracy Charles Thompson H 1 You John A 1rWallace Miss E A t West W B Williams Fred Walby Miss Elslo fWithersWatts James W When calling for any of the aboveoletters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M k guar yrqv s i 6Yti l rr xiS d A- Lit 5y1 r 4 r 1t i 7 r Mcures Splendid SaITr You can buyrf at McClures for the same money than It Xat any other Store In this Cit- yAND i4 GO THERE S212214 ST CLAIR STREET 1 REPUBLICAN STATE CONVEN TION CALLED ONE WEEK EARLIER Owing to the fact that the National Convention of Traveling Men is sched uled to assemble in Louisville and will be In session at the time origi nally set for the meeting of the Re publican State Convention June 26 the State Central Committee of that party has changed the date for the assembling of their Convention and the Convention will meet at the Col iseum in Louisville on Wednesday June 19th and the mass meetings In the different counties will assemble at the several county seats on Satur day June 15th preceding the State ConventionHon S Bennett at presentI State Senator from Ohio been elected Secretary of the State Central Committee in place of Mr Thos L Walker recently appointed Postmaster at Lexington f SALES OF REAL ESTATE jf 1 Mrs W J Hughes has purchased from Mr Nev White his house and lot on the corner of Logan and Fourth Avenue on the southwest She will Improve the present buildings and will build other cozy and conve nient cottage homes on the unoccupied part of the lot The price was pri vate Mr Wilson has purchased froom Mr Eugene Wallace the two story house and the lot on the south LaIIgannew paid was private SPRING TERM OF U S DISTRICT COURT The Spring Term of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky will meet in this city on Monday March 11th Judge A M J Cochran presiding- In addition to the usual revenue cases there is a pretty full docket which has just been printed and sent out from the office of the Geo A Lewis Publishing House rBADLY HURT Mr Albert G Jeffers ex sheriff at county court in Georgetown on As he was coming out of stable where he had placed he passed close to another ftended heels when the animal let with both feet one foot barely Mr Jeffers head and the other his right hand cutting through a heavy buckskin glove and Inflicting a painful and serious cut on the mem her Surgical attention was rendered Mr Jeffers has suffered a good deal from his Injuries TreatmentSpup GONE WEST Dr W E Baxter left Tuesday morn Ing for a trip west and will be absent tp for two weeks at the end of which time he expects to return and re Jt sume his practice His office Is still in the Baxter Building where he will hisfIIreturn tiitwr offs Mviff fea INA LEHR STOCK CO The Inn Lehr Stock Co will hold the boards at the Capitol Theatre fo one week commencing Monday Feb ruary 25th Matinee Saturday at 230 Ladies will be admitted free the opening nightusual conditions Miss Ina Lehr appeared here two years ago to fill a park engage ment Since then Miss Lehr has surrounded herself with a larger and better company playing all the big cities of the South as well as Illinois Missouri and Indiana The same company that appeared at the Odeon Theatre St Louis and Kentucky Theatre Pa- ducah Ky The opening bill will be presented for your approval A Midnight In Chinatown the sensa SUNDAYS ALARM At 1010 oclock on Sunday morn ing an alarm from box 35 called the fire boys to a house belonging to Capt I T West on Wilkinson street where a spark had set fire to the roof It was quickly extinguished with small loss Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Bncceisf ul treatment for blood and akin dUeueIo y A1iY1t cj 4 tsI rrq k tional dramatic production in four acts dealing with the rough side of New York a thrilling story moral andrpathos Miss Lehr wil be seen in the leadlijg role Mr Geo Llewellyn will lurnlBh the comedy end of it As Bobbins Mr J C Williams Joy Applegate Alfred Williams W Deupree Geo Clark Elizabeth Marsh Katie Newcomb Mary Ayer Baby Raynor Master Willie are all admirably cast This production ran 150 nights in Chicago 200 nights New York we carry special scenery for this productions Come out anti see the hit of the season High class specialties between every act Price of admission lOco 20c 30c Tickets on sale Friday morning at usual place Commissioners Notice Franklin Circuit Court J W Helen Colemant Notice All persons having claims against the estate of Horace Brady deceits ed are notified to file the same perly proven before the undersigned on or before MARCH 16th 1907 J W JEFFERS M C V C O PlaintiffFeby rti A FOOLISH PLAN Tls a Joy to eattwelcome my dinner hour Because I rout Indigestion with August Flowed Constipation is the result of indigestion appetiteselfpoisonrn the system catarrhal inflammation of the intestinal canal and numerous other ail theydoqImbound in the bowels is a common expression of people who look mis persistinWhat a foolish plan when nature could AugustFlowerconstipation and all stomach ills August Flower gives new life to the liver and insures healthy stools a QTwo sizes 350 and 750 All druggists For sale by J W Gayle SPLENDID OFFER We are able to give you this splen offerLouisville Herald AND Roundabout For one year for only 200 In advance only This gives you a daily paper Sunday excepted for a 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