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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1L t THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT rti GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance YOLIXXXI FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY APRIL 20 1907 No 31 r For the Roundabout BACK DOORS AND YARDS represents gsat and positive int Wide and broad en- Trot corallative humanizing fluent meating the residence thereof the row narrow doorway a corresponding condition of sordid views and close restricted possesI sinus One comes very near real self of the people inhabiting house by the very fact of the trance fee and at once enters into possession of a vantage ground worth front part of the house assumes airs of importance commensurate with f the wealth influence and keeping of Jf the family who rich or poor desire j to put the best foot foremost and V one naturally expects to see a room C free from dust or a hall ready and waiting for the caller But the backdoor and the back ivivyanl call for pistols and policemen andN1tJecIty and weedcutting and trash t the country Rlliinto Frankfort on the Mid especially one can not help t inco W tf ya1 along rf1 J cbl iIJiod e f tJ iIlPt f f J J f 1it f ttCJrl ucI to a t tie tl tI mrrn 1Ji lb ttsSD1 fy ebobves us who love our city ee kncltin as the charming i iitressgfsh9 social part of theKen- t says to do and wh- oovsbut a knock will bring doWn thingfThe are beset with huge piles of stone which make timid fjYomen scream to meet just here or ll ere an fauto while the country jstonQwalls and beautiful trees are used for billboards an unsightly one cutting off the entire front of at the two bridges waterI These ire truths at once p and far reaching It is a field open not alone in the utimate result but to the present hour As the children and I walked across the pasture we came up to a haystack on which was perched a mother hog 4 and her baby piggies Bugger said with his sweet face full of surprise Spose we take the piggies path back to the house Well said continu ed the guardian of the two children You go first It was a funny sight to watch the two walking Indian fashion along the backyard path to the house of an hundred years followedtpiggies romance of history Is left out and to be the companion of questionin- gNrrihChildhood bespeaks volumes of wonderful psychic interest beyond computation k The narrow confines ran close to e worm fence now under it and then Ipugh underbrushso thick that the pen had to crawl on hands and But the plain little path 3d out before the party and Rust Sketty Zidiky Biz y and Ogilty piggies wig leswee became a serene i the meaning of a scientific as sheep take runs after d leader so the pigs of a frain make of these well LUhs registered tests oft 5h is shown on the trunks iere like bears and dogs ards serve as beacon ose friends who follow inqsj ati last to the back t a pig sty N S COX lif iYj J A wbRD TO BOYS We have heretofore published this article but Its republication just now will not do any harmIIThere never was a time In the worlds history when a boys oppor tunltles were so abundant when It was so easy for him to develop all toja men wand there are some things that the boys should have impressed upon them that to meet this Every demandInecessary to men can scarcely fail to be impressed by the difficulty experienced Inf securing those qualities most requisite to efficient service and the boys own successWe need In Kentucky a greater ap IabgrWebe done we can not develop our resources and build up our commercial and Industrial institutions except by close applicatlonby labor and industry We must necessarily have much work done that is not always agreeable and pleasant Too many boys fear to soil their hands or to engage in actual physical labor Here Is wprk for the mind but alsomurk for the muscle and the nolIdlgnifled11 Iia 1 t tQ f fN d ic H ri ill Ilhtll Ur r ina Ff d litje The 5bpy 1wh is looking for an easy job vat then start who wants the path of success constantly strewn with flowers is doomed to disappointment Nothing worth while Is achieved with out effort Every important task InI life necessarily has its disagreeable features The boy with grit the boy with the courage to stick to his work and overcome its difficulties in spite of Its unpleasant features has the qualities that enable him to master himself and to make a place for himself in the world IISEED CORN seed corn either white or yellow left with Mr H Wash Main street will be promptly filled Satisfaction guaranteed or you dont have to take the corn JNO P HOSTETTER R F D No2 Box Lawrenceburg Ky April 13tMaylst tiErIy Risers The famous little piM ATTENTION MEMBERS OF A S E Winchester Ky April 10 1907 To Each County Chairman Dear SirAt a meeting of the Executive Committee held In Lexing ton Ky on ThursdaY April 4th 1907 the following being present C S Williams S T Prewijti R B Thomas J R Bascom G W McMillen and C LeBus it was unanimously agreed that a full Board meeting be called to meet in Lexington Wednesday April 24th at 9 a m at the Phoenix Hotel being the day before the Barbecue so that we will in time to attend the You must work BarbecueI sist that each precinct in every possible minute toward se curing the 1907 pledges and if you have a precinct chairman who is not pulling as he should get someone else to canvass his precinct and report it accordingly to the full Board meet ing Be sure and call in all your pledges and have them copied In book form and bring the pledges and book to Lexington April 24th next By that time we must know how much 1907 tobacco is signed and who or what county wilt make the worst showing 4 Work with pride J Work hard t Work now irh and make the- LeBUSii iiJ Inti rt Tobacco f Wr fp i + d J Rural Route i Georgetown Ttir Jthat I coughed contiguously night and day and the neighbors prediction consumptk nreeined inevitable un til my husband brought home a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery which in my case proved to be the only real cough cure and restorer of weak sore lungs When all other remedies utterly fall you may still win in the battle against lung and throat troubles 1 New Discovery the feat cure Guaranteed by all druggists 50c and 1 Trial bottle free 11 CUT RIVALS THROAT While enjoying a dance at the Armory on Tuesday night James Tfllman was cut on the throat by Chester Williams both colored Jealously was the cause Dr J S Goodrich dressed Tillmans wound which is not very serious Williams was arrested by Officers Pierce and Johnson and locked up to await the result of Tinmans wou fd SUSIpended Bneewfnl treatment for blood and skin dUeaMO EVER SEE A HOUSE FLY Youll see millions of em soon Put the WHEELER SCREEN in T HAMMOND SCO o SUMMER SESSION OF THE SCHOOL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING First of Summer Schools in Engineer- Ing General Statement Students who wish to secure addi tional credit or make up deficiencies In order to shorten their regular collegiate schedule of studies or studyI andIShort courses will be especially ar ranged for those who are unable to attend the regular session but who desire to prepare themselves for more advanced engineering work To enter these courses no educational require apicourse or courses he may elect in as elementary manner as desired This furnishes an opportunity to secure ractical training along certain special lines which can not be obtained either by correspondence schools or the reading of technical books Students of other technical schools not offering a summer course in Civil Engineering who matriculate with us will be given the same consideration- as our own students If you need a review in any of the subjects offered or to prepare for an examination for advanced standing we can the preparation you peed burequlp menf Isamnij j J r4fltla tables busMs d instruxientieolinge 4prinic tortes situated on the broad shady wellkept grounds just within the southern limits of the City of Lex ington is an ideal place to spend the summer Courses in Detail Structural DraftingThe work in structural drafting consists of fifteen plates of structural detail and covers nearly every phase of structural de tail met in actual practice Plane SurveyingAn elementary course in land surveying methods and recitations lectures and field work The field work affords practice in the- use of chain transit and levelItrussesIbroken chords Miscellaneous trusses Railway EngIneerIngLocation of curves Compound curves Changing radius Shifting curve Turnouts from straight track Turnouts from curved track Sidings and crossovers Location and earthwork computa tion Roof and Bridge DesignThe the ory and design of roofs bridges stand pipes towers and other problems of structural interest Stone CuttingPlane sided sur faces Structures containing develop ablesurfaces Structures containing warped surfaces Structures containing double curved surfaces- Expenses A fee of ten dollars payable in advance will be charged for any one course and five dollars each for all addltloal courses Those who attend the summer school will be provided with comfortable rooms freeof charge Students to supply their wn towels and bedding Good table in close reach at from 200 to 300 per week For additional Information send for regular college catalogue or write W E ROWE 618 Rose street Lex ington Ky or W J CARRELL 343 S Upper street Lexington Ky 9r WMrfar npo PNaVwls oNMehLawntlfKw 1 r YOU WONDER alwaysbusythe gre t values it con stantly offers Here are a few good things taken longlistoffered IrWhite1 White Table Linea it 68 inches wide all tins ffen Damask 60c value 50c k Ladies SleevelessGauze Vests all sizes 8c One lot Embroidered Wash Belts lOc otenHandkcrchiefa One lot D tae 1tnX r ie vi T tos 5 inches waUTaffotta ibbi tf yard i Corset Cover JSnre broidery 18 in wide sSc yardyOne lot Fancy Stock Cellars 15c Reductions on Ladies Suits 010011- URO 14148 St Clair St Frankfort FARMERS AND BREEDERS TAKE NOTICE There will be an auction sale ot pure bred Poland China Sows at Murphys Stable 16th and Main streets Louisville Ky SaturdayIApril 27th beginning at 1230 p m These are a fine lot of sows bred for early litters to a champion boar I and from tho great GlennMeadows Herd Shepherdsville Ky There wilts be money in attending this sale Free Entertainment at Fifth Ave Hotelrj t Write now for catalogue to the undersignedrGLENNMEADOWS STOCK FARM tl Shepherdsvillo Ky FARMERS HOME JOURNAL Louisville Ky JF Auctioneers HopeCOWfield Ky Apr201t JrSeeOur Leaders in Voile Skirts G50 and 798 t r PERSONAL Mr D j McNamara spent Sunday in LexingtonCol t Hammond visited Louis vine Tuesday Mrs J T Spencer is vistiing friends t in Knoxville Tenn I IMiss Lutie Ware has returned from visit to Louisville Mr Albert H McClure made a busi ness trip East this week Hon Rolla K Hart of Flemings f burg was here this week Mr Howard tlmethun sent Sunday with friends in Lexington V Mr 0 C Kenney made a business 4trip to Louisville Tuesday Mr John T Holmes spent Sunday with friends in Eminence Vr Prof Robert Young of Georgetown jLw In the city on Tuesday o Urn this elby ville was in the city Tuesday Lf t sMr Hugh Tobin and wife have gone cto Louisville to reside in future ill Mr Hugh Merchant and wife visit t l Relatives in Georgetown thiBiveek Mrs Geo Baker and daughter Miss =AflriieV visited in Louisville this week t Mr J B Lewis of this offlc1JpenL r Suntjaywith his wife in Ver n es- Miss Emily Kelly of Hopkinsvllle returned Home yesterday afternoon y Mrs W N Giltner of Louisville Is the guest of Miss Harrett McClureI Mr C Steele Reading returned I1 UeSbyroI a trip to Shelby coun i qy MrV O DAvis of Versaljles was In the city on legal business Tues day Rev Dr B Adams made a pro fessional visit to Louisville Tues r Vdayi i j rRev JYv Jackson of Lawrence tk burg was in the city on Tuesday last k Mrs W Wallace Howe of Carlisle Is the guest of Dr H Keller and- f wife rMs T L Jones of Versailles who has been visiting relatives here has gone home Mrs Mary Ha craft is visiting her sister Mrs W E Hunt at Green rr yule Miss 54ff General Manager R T Gunn of the t V Traction Co of Lexington was here on Tuesday Mrs Matt Turney of Georgetown Is st J the guest of Miss Lena Benton East Main street N Mr Lewis Thompson left Tuesday jf For Dayton Ohio where he will re 1aide in future Si AttornpyVQH Pqllard of Jackson i jfJbras Jn the city on business in the iE1 courts this weep f Miss Mamie Mason ScottfTelurnejl Saturday evening from a visit to rela tives in Louisville Mrs Addle Cassity of Owenton who has been visiting relatives here has returned home Mr A W Mackllu has returned M cIii fJJj r twHY DOES BUSINESS FLOCK HERE READ THE ANSWER IN THESE ITEMS 25 pieces Novelty Dress Goods worth 25c only 15c yard One lot Silk and Wool Dress Goods worth 65o only 49c yard 100 yards Black Silks worth 175 spot and rain proof only 125 25 Tailored Suits worth 1500 and 1800 only 1198 25 Misses Dress Skirts 298 One lot Ladies Dress Skirts worth 650 only 498 One lot Spring Wraps Jackets Silk Coats and Rain Coats 500 700 and 1000 One lot Shirt VaistsIjust received great vaEes SOc 75c 100 See our great line of Wash Goods 5c lOc 15c mid 2oc yard Ol1arles J Weitzel from a visit to his daughter Mrs Koop in Louisville Chief Engineer George McLeod of the Traction Co came down from Versailles on Tuesday Mrs John G Rogers and daughter are guests of her sister Mrs Carlton Graham at Atlanta Ga Rev Father Thos S Major attend ed the funeral of Father E J Healy in Georgetown on Tuesday Miss Margaret J Russell is the guest of her brotherinlaw Capt J T Gaines at Crescent Hill Miss Lettie Garrard Stoll of Louis ville is the guest of her aunt Mrs Guy Barrett Campbell street Mr Frank G Montgomery and wife of Covin ton are guests of Mr Jos H Cox arid wife Steele street Mr J Wl Shackelford of Frankfort was here oii business for several days of last weeKTMidway Cllper Mrs Jacob VBashford of Fanfidale Ww u Hazer g arur tay Mr P Fall Taylor of Helena Ala1 was the guest of his fatherin law XJol E H Taylor Jr this week Mr Richard Crutcher wife and child are guests of his parents Mr RL Crutcher and wife South Side Mr R Mk Bergman wife and son Western of Irvine are guests of her parents CaptVir T Wet and wife Misses Ida and Katie Dowling of Lawrenceburg are guests of Dr J p Stewart and wife at Farmdale Mr E M Wallace and Mr FieldI McLeod of Versailles were in the city on legal business on Monday Miss Sue Scott of Lexington who has been the guest of her sister Mrs iGuyH Briggs has returned home Mr HaydenCurd and wife of Lex ington were guests of Mrs R H Crittenden Wapplng street this week There was a very enjoyable dance at the Y M I Hall on Wednesday nigbtlat A5 large crowd was present ISJt Miss HthelaWithejrspoon lof Ver snipes was the guest of Misses Hattie and Emmie Scott Shelby street this week Mrs Bourne Sanders Armstrong ofj Detroit Mich was the guest of her sister Mrs Belle Sanders Allen this Geo F Berry and Mrs Cornelia Bush are visiting Mr Sam Stone Bush at Kenwood Park Louis vile Mrs H B McCoy of Lexington who has been the guest of her sister Mrs O B Demaree has returned Robt Boyd Robertson of Crescent Hill Is the guest of her sister Mrs J Gray McLean Third E C Roemele and son E C Jr who have been guests1 of rela tives at Pleasureville have returned tome Mr Robt R Parsons of Lexington who has been the guest of his sister Mrs O B Demaree has returned homeJ flI j in the city on Monday on legal buss nessMrs Thos M Todd of Versailles was called here by the illness of her nephew McKenzie Todd Arnold on SundayDr C Roemele was called to Georgetown on Thursday to perform a surgical operation on Mr Hugh Merchant Col S C Herbst of Milwaukee Wis was the guest of Superintend ent Blxler of the Old Judge Distillery this week Mr W S Farmer and wife have been at Lawrjenceburg this week at the bedside ofjMrs Farmers mbtuer Mrs Lillard Mr M Hv4romwell of Jetts Station sent Sunday In this city the guest of Mr GeoA Lewis 421 Second street Mrs Sallie Daniel and daughter Miss LouIse fliftMpnday for ft Tlsit of several weeks t Mrs Hoary Rowlett- ln tUe Rev Jos ffi 9 Sgveranee trto Richmond on Saturday evening and- preuchedin tha city Sundey for Rev Hugh D McClejlan Mr Ben A rGrutcher Commonwealths Attorney from Nicholasville was in the city this week on busi ness in the courts Mrs H B Benedict nee Carrie frock of Florida is the guest of her parents Mr Geo M Brock and wife at Crescent View Mr Geo H Miller of the Ford Johnson Co Burmin ham Ala was shaking hands with hjs old friends In this city Tuesday Prof J H Fuqua State Superin tendent of Public Instruction has re turned from the Educational Conference at Pinehurst N C Mr George Baker has rented the residence of Mrs George Darsle on West Main street and will soon move his family into the same Mr Howard Roberts who is a student at K M L at Lyndon was at home Saturday and Sunday returning to school Monday Mr JnoB Lindsay Jr of West Pascagoula Miss who has been visiting his father Mr Jno B Lind sey Sr has returned home Mr Patrick Wtestfeldt wife and children of Asheville N C were guests of his sister Mrs L P Tarlton at Fleejwood this week Mrs BlanchoBramlett has return ed home from Frankfort where she has been visiting friends for the last week Georgetown News April 16 Mrs Lula B Longmoor who was called to Cynthiana by the illness and death of her brotherinlaw Capt Ashbel S Welch has returned home Mrs N M Crutcher of Ducker Station returned home Saturday after a visit of several days to her sister Mrs Geo A Lewis 421 Secod streetMr A J Carroll Mr Jno L Dodd MrN JLMpqldsmith and Mr J C Dodd of Louisville attended the Court of Appeals as attorneys In the contest cases j Capt Mike flPryor of the Government boat Ge O M Poe who has been at his Itfime In Carrollton for iifF r j FREE will 200 Extension RodI 4lHLFAT tgood811tlonoffpositively5c 100 125 25Q 850 400 SwiseDraper ies and Scotch Ma1 ass in a of styles r MATTINGS AND RITESRugs 29o i 78d 110j 160 and up Lat s fooni eiaio tuga at the tooit OD blerprices 1l F1J HE NfY Valuer DRISCQLL allfv 4 The Leading Grocer V ThePioneer in Kentiicky Hand Made Sour Mash Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLS 4 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky several weeks has returned and re ported for duty Mrs J Pf Hostetter and daughter Mrs Attllla C Green attended the Drake Wlgglesworth wedajng at Mt Vernon Baptist Church Woodforu county on Thursday Mr JaS P Helm Mr W Marshall Bulett Mr Percy N Booth Mr Lafon Allen and Mr Helm Bruce attend ed the Court of Appeals as counsel in the Louisville contest cases this week Major Paul C Barth headed a big delegation of Louisville politicians who came to this city on Tuesday to hear the arguments in the Louis yule contest cases in the Court of AppealsWe to learn that Miss Mamie Harrod the young daughter of Mr John Harrod and wife is gradually growing weaker from her serious ill ness Her many friends sincerely hope that she may soon Mr Elmer BuiineuV who has been employed as foreman In the Reed De partment of the FordJohnson Co at the Penitentiary for several years was transferred to Green Dale Rej form School on Tuesday inFJyetf countyMr R B Thomas went to Frank fort yesterday to hear the arguiiienis before the Court of Appeals in the case testing the constitutionality of the law giving the farmers to pool their tobaccoGeorgetown- News April fo tllii f t I L i F 1 CURTAIN ol For one week we give free with each piir 125 150 250 to 500 curtains a Brass i Curtains variety f a JOHN Dealer High Grade Whiskies recuperate k CEDAR CHAPEL FOR SALEII Under orders of the Quarterly Con ference Of the Shelbyvllle District M B Church South the property known as the Cedar Chapel lying on the Lawrenceburg pike is offered for sale For further information inquire of Rev J W JACKSON Lawrenceburg Ky Apt 20lm- WANTEDPerson I to travel and collect in home territory weekly salary of 1072 per year and ex penses Address Joseph Alexander Frankfort iApril 2Qlt gvLaxativethe remedy thAt cares cold In er 1xlNOTICE r i Owing to thetwe stock injured domes 1o foE gates left open and hiLTt much annoyance and loss ersethelfyitrtff aas forced to prohibit hunting trespassing on our pre penalty of the law mNDE March 30in- tl 1 j Jii i f rIoi1iiI tHosiery Gloves and Belts ATTRACTING LARGE CROWDS r The argument of the Louisville con tested election cases has attracted large crowds to the Apellate Court room this week argument commenced at 11 on Tuesday when Mr A J fThe made the opening speech for He was followed ant Wednesday and part of Thursday by Mr W Marshall Bullitt for the Fusionists Mr Bullitt was followed J by Mr Joe C Dodd for the Demo crate Mr Helm Bruce made the J ne argument for the Fusionists Mr Jno K Dodd made the closing for the Democrats and Mr Jhspeecll Helm will close the argu today for the Fusionists r There has been some pretty plain talk and things have been called by their proper names stripped of legal 4 rasea and techmnicalities II 1 v r K FOUND DEAD ttA woman by the name of Baker who lives on the Cove Hill rOOd lead lug from the Versailles pike was found dead on the road yesterday toyf Graham It supposed that she died exposureIt to iNSPpCY litfWRENCEBURG CHAPTERr j r A delegation of Royal Arch Mason t of this city went to Lawrenceburg yesterday afternoon to attend the in J spection of the work of Lawrence burg Chapterswhich is to be made by Mr Geo A Lewis of this city as the representative of the Grand High Priept ofKentuckyr Preventics will promptly check a cold or the Grippe when taken early or at the sneeze stage Preventics cure seated colds as well Preventics are littto Jdndy cold cure tablets and XDiK Snoop Racftfe Wis Trillgladly mail you samples and a book on Colds free if you will write him The sam prove their merit Check early Colds with Preventics and stop Pneu monia Sold in EC and 25c boxes by all dealers o FOR SALE A clean fresh stock of Dry Goods Notions Shoes and Furnishings best location in town Owner has other business For further information address P O Box 85 Versailles Ky April 203t IlL F taWIttsI UtIle Early Risers The ffamoiM Uttto pIM a Shirt Waists New Styles This Week Written for the Rou dabout1IAT THE They reached the place beneath ther larch and fir The night wind whispered of a love outgrown Good bye she said to him In hollow tone Like echo from an empty sepulcher Tis well he said and sought the face of her Averted to a star that dimly shone Tis well since loves sweet rose P alas hath blown Her last soft petal to the days that were He raised the latch and passed adbwri the path She leaned upon the gate and her head bowedI Gould Jt tib jfe indeed had said The night grew lonely as a soulless death Oh God she cried is this the last last word Far down the road he groaned but ielther beard FARMERApril Farmers mechanics railroaders laborers rely on Dr Thomas Electric Olf Takes the sting out of cuts burns or bruises atonce Pain can not stay where it is used For the Roundaboyt GOLDEN WEDDING Anniversary of Mr and Mrs Jos P Pfieffer Celebrated April 15 April 15 was a memorable day with Mr Jos P Pfleffer and wife It was on that occasion they celebrated their Golden Weddfng They are indeed a well preserved couple and at pres ent are in good health and look as they would live and enjoy life for many years They have been blessed with ten children fortynine grand children and four greatgrandchildren AlFdflhem are living in this county except the oldest son who has been living In California for several years Mr Pfleffer was born in Germany in marlriedcounty in 1857 the 15th of April by the Rev Frank H Hodges a Baptist minister then pastor of Bethel Church Mr and Mrs Pfleffer are members of Bethel and ha0 been for a number of years Mrs Pfleffer for 53 and Mr Pfleffer for 30 years Mr Pfleffer was appointed by Gov Bradley a magistrate several years ago and filled the fflce acceptably The children and grandchildren pre sented Mr Pfleffer with a handsome gold watch and collar button and A Choice Array Of New Spring Modes In Every Department Lace Curtains Rugs and Mattings The handsomest display of Exclu siva Patterns in Lace and Muslin Curtains seen in Frankfort many a dayA large purchase in Lace Curtains enables us to make this special offering 7 Patterns Lace Curtains full length 54 in and 60 in wide regu lar 150 quality only 100 Special values at 2 50 5 and 750 tt FARMERS Mrs Pfleffer a heavy gold ring These presents were received and appreciated by father and mother The dinner was a royal feast and everyone fared sumptuously and enjoyed the occasion Fortyfour ate dinner besides the bride and groom of fifty summers ago May the Lord bless them and all of their children and grandchildren and greatgrandchildren and spare then for many years is the prayer of their pastor- J H BURDIN ACCIDENTALLY ASPHYXIATED Mr H C Tredway a deputy sheriff of Owsley countyc- ame here on Wednesday afternoon bringing a prisoner for the Peniten tiary After attending to his busi ness he registered at the Frankfort Hotel took supper and about 10 oclock retired to his room Nothing more was Been of him until 8 oclock Thursday morning when the overpowering fumes oMfeas from his room attracted the hotel officials When the room was opened Treadway was found to be cold in death in his bed It Is supposed Jttkt be blew out the gas leaving the burner turned on for it was so found ndhJ caused his death Treadway wasJSqt Drinking ha seemed in very good spirits when shown to his room by the bell boy Corner Graham was summoned took charge of the remains held an in quest and notified his relatives Some of them came here Thursday night took the body to Versailles early yesterday morning and thence they were conveyed to Bopnevillethe coun ty seat of Owsley county for burial Treadway is said to have been an efficient officer and popular gentleman THE PRICE OF HEALTH Tne price of health in a malarious district is just 25 cents the cost of a box of Dr Kings Isew Life Pills writes Ella Slayton of Nolland Ark New Life Pills cleanse gently and im part new life and vigor to the system 25c Satisfaction guaranteed at all druggists JUDGMENT FOR 5000 in the case of ONan v C A 0 Railway Co in the Circuit Court wherein the executrix of ONan was suing for the killing of her intestate the Jury awarded judgment for the administratrix in the sum of 5000 ou Thursday a Bilious Feel heavy after dinner Tongue coated Bitter taste Complex ion sallow Liver needs Doans Regulets cure billions attacksI 125 cents at any drug storeI iiEOLD TAYLOR r THE PREMIER v NTUCKY WHISKEYf lA IOII Jr SONS Proprlton ry1- i r Frankfort Kentucky L q 4i r i x RUGS Axmlnster Velvet Brussell or Crex Mattings Some Special Values 1520 25c Jackets Ladys and Childrens choice assortment Nobby Taffeta Coats 8 to 20 Leave No2 DailyEz 1PM Leave offering in mi worth 0lin only 25 Skirts Exceptional values Beautiful Goods and right Underwear tLilly Brand Brand LEXINGTON AND RAILWAY COMPANY i SUMMARY OrtlMETABLE NOV 18 ASTBOUND WESTBOUND J Dally AM Stations iAM f IILexington 965 6Oi 813 810 912 J826 Junction 900 92 410I 825 98i 910 440 Campton Junction 815I 4I959 467 1017 5l8 Junction 1035 lega 849 1048 1115 Ig Junction 21 2Bt 1120 ICIIO f Junetl OnTrains and tho OfLE Mt Sterling famrkrrm TimnfiATi Trains 12 will the Mountain Oea tii toillifBO LxK Junction Trainsi4osS and connect By- w the R7fOlI88U MaDOWKLL General Manager KENTUCKY RAILWAY 10010NoM S No i Bbtfaaa J I40z LyeilA MLrelPM AlLAr Iam Jackson 880 1128 t I Wilhnnt Junction 1S5 Hampton tJiO 81191rUO 122 Cannel Hetechawa Lee 646 61s 610 1222i v and will cloeo connection Junction sad the and Eastern Railway CONLHT Bmporintendent WANTED10 men in each State to travel distribute samples of our goods and tack Salary 8500 per mouth per day for expenses SAUNDERS CO Department P Jackson Boulevard Chicago Ills KILLTHCOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH DrKings New Discovery FOR cONSUMPTION I6Oc Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY Street Car Schedule Cars leave Main and streets SOUTH FRANKFORT 615 and every 15 minutes until 1015 PARK 615 every 45 minutee un til 10 FOR LEESTOWN and every 45 un 1030 FOR CEMETERY 630 a m and every un til 10 pm PA V Traction Co D SAUJEE Supt II 1 Spring Suits A suits very special next j Lot Eton Suits neat 15 to 1650 only 12 Lot 30 Suits pretty mixtures 4 r The largest and as sort ment ever shown in Frankfort 5 styles 10 to 15 Dress Silks Every correct weave at the price The Undermuslinfl the Knit Underwear ji EFFECTIVE 1900 I = INosa NQl No Sand IDt 4r r PM IAr 0I 1Winchester L E 140 Olay City Stanton Torrent Beattyville Ta 815 Athol O K Jackson Nos1 Swill make connections with O Noy 8 4 connect with with 0 IL stations on 0 A X A CHARLES OTT G P A AND If rM iPMAr o 6 2iij O 11255fA168 162 128 City 116 City Noi make at t K with 3 points on Lexington II L signs 800 173m and BACK Ann FOR m p m- FOR LINE a m and p m 630 a m minutes til p m 45 minutes j week Merocle r K O a fntthtftiuifl The Midland Rpute Local Time Table IN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 No84 DailyEx DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY FD FAnkfort Ar i520011Lv Summit Elkhorn 7 219 6 42 Switzer 1063 668 229 66S Stamping Ground o 6 69 uvall 6 86 O Johnson 1030 712 Georgetown 1025 8 716 O S Depot I 620 725 Newtown 864 608 Centerville IIS a 00 3 0717 37 Elizabeth 8 6 68 a Paris JuncVnl 882 to Art Paris fLy 830 544 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q O KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFOBT JNCINNATOVia GJQBDETOWlfo JiCP M A M M MIA f6 t 8 Lv Ar110ooll8mGeorgetown Ar BETWEEN IVaAK P M PII 200 Lv Frankfort ArB f715 261 LT Georgetown 26 AI 8 Lv Pans Ar 6 1030 610 Ar Cincinnati i Lv 266 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R K POINTS ran tort 26A 7ZP 47P 12A A Georgetown A 9 04A 85BP 8 26P 60A A IParis 111 80A 644P 6 UP 42A A Winchester 11 MA 246P 8 laP 9 60A A MayBvttle L 6 46A 11CP 8 24A A na L 61OP 64P A Richmond Lr 30A 1UP 8Ot A Cincinnati L IMP OlIO B HARPBB SaptaPraa dGenl t jr i t Ii J MFranMortBounflaDDUtl f IIKII1rtucky aa second clnss mailnblc mutter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT APRIL 20 1907 GALLANT SOLDIER AND FINE 1 y r GENTLEMAN ANSWERS LAST CALL f io A number of warm friends were saddened on Saturday morning when the news came that Capt Ashbel S Welch of Cynthiana had answered the last summons Capt Welch was the eldest son the late Mr Syvester Welch and was born In Johnstown Penn Sept 23 ApriliWHis father removed to Kentucky In 1836 having been appointed chief engineer under the old State Board of Internal Improvements tCapt Welch was married to Mis Addams of Cynthlana a sister of Mrs L Longmoor of this city and Capt Gabe Addams of Stanford in November 1856 They cele brated their fiftieth anniversary lad fall During the Civil War Capt Welch served with honor and distinction under Gen Basil W Duke when h commanded a regiment in Gen Jno H Morgans brigade h Capt Welch was a genial whole souled gentleman whose friendships were bounded by his acquaintance- He leaves a devoted wife three children two daughtersMrs Wm T Handy of Cynthiana and Mrs 1Archibald Brest of Columbus Miss sonMr Wm A Welch a Civil Engineer in Canada and five sisters Mrs J Alex Grant and Mrs II Labrot of this city Mrs Torbert Cbryell of Lambertsvllle N J and cKMrs Edward P Bryan of Bound N J to mourn his death 1T We knew Copt Welch and admired him for his chivalric and manly characters WILL OBSERVE THE LAW Bowling Green Ky April 13 Th Hon John E DuBose oof the at torneys for the L N n this rty gave out the following tat rylew to To cal tiptionfats everywh re fn fflAtt L Mr DuB aejs there any truth in the report that the L N Ral Intoxicatptown goes dry on the 6th of June absolutwn as the result of the election has been entered upon the records we as attor neys for the L N will notify the jfrailroad officials of the fact and they will at once in turn notify the agents and servants of the company not to anfy or any Into the city of Bowling Green or the prohibited territory no matter whether the lie quors are shipped from a point in this State or from some other State If byoversIght whisky should be transported into this city the local agent will refuse to deliver It and return It to the sender Jhe L N to observe the law and will take no chances in violating It This policy is now being pursued by the company willtAMERICAN CIVIC ASSOCIATION iAmerican AprllSpeclalThe Civic Association which the result of the merger of the can League for Civic fand the American Park and Outdoor Jt Art Association is moving for a fur n ther federation of the national organ 1zatIon for civic betterment At the same time it is the purpose of the Association to cultivate the federation of local Improvement work ers in such way as to avoid multiplicity of organizations and a duplica lion of effort The first vice presiclent and acting secretory of the Association Clinton Rogers Woodruff of this city recently spoke at the joint annual dinner of the Merchants Association and tin Board of Trade of Poughkeepsie New York As a result of his address the movement has been started in that city to bring these two business bodies and the various local civic societies not only into harmonious re lations but to merge them in one fective body similar to the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce Washington AprllSpeclalTheI advocates of municipal playgrounds are making very effective use of letter from President Roosevelt tvhlc was read at a recent banquet given by the Playgrounds Association of this cityPresident Roosevelts letter laf stress on the annual meeting of tit Playground Association of America In Chicago In une He praised the ass the most notable civic achievement in the United States The President advised all cities to make provision at once for play obtaited only at immense cost As an example of hindsight he pointed to New York where playgrounds recently cos acreeClose supervision of playgrounds was urged by the President for he said otherwise they fall into disfavor and the hands of rowdies New York AprllSpeclalAs an exhibition of the work of children of the New York Public Schools held recently at 20 West 34th street Dr James P Haney the Director of Manual Arts made a short address on the International Congress of Art Teachers which will meet In London In 1908 The American section of the Congress is in charge of an Advisory Committee of twelve of the leading art teachers in the country and an Association Committee of 100 representing the larger cities and towns throughout the Union Tie American Committee of which Mr James Hall DireCtOr of the Art Department of the Ethical Culture determinet d a col lection of art work from schools a over the country This work will sPected e with greatest cjrjtXw 1 t well mounted tlit It may show In a satisfactory a way as possible the educatfontttion or one showing the work of few teachers but will be so organized that more than 100 different cities will be represented S SPLENDID MEETING CLOSED iThe protracted meeting which had been In progress for over two weeks In the Christian Church of this eft closed on yesterday evening The were 77 additions to the church of whom the larger part were by confession and baptism Rev Hugh D McLellan of RIch- mond who has been doing the preac ing is a minister of ability and go judgment and has presented the eau ishe advocates with great clearne arfd skill and the large which have gathered from night tonight have been instructed edified and drawn to the speaker and his C R Hudson the pastor has worked hand in hand with Mr McLellan and both he and the church thett upbutldii ng ng tttoutsiders to the cause of the Master THREE FINE ADDRESSES The three addresses delivered at the First Baptist Church of this city I Consumption is less deadly than it used to be Certain relief and usually complete recovery will result from the following treatment Hope rest fresh air andScott J Emulsion f ALL DRUGGISTS j SOC AND t1001 I I I on Wednesday Thursday and Friday evening by Rev Dr W H Smith of Richmond Va Rev L T Wilson of Louisville and Rev W D Splnks a returned Missionary from Africa were of unusual ability Interest and power These addresses were in the Inter est of Foreign Missions and the audiences were thrilled when the speakers told of incidents In the lives of missionaries and the heathen to whom they ministered DANGER IN DELAY Kidney Diseases Are Too Dangerous NeglecttThe great danger of kidney troubles lis that they get a firm hold before the sufferer recognizes them Health jis gradually undermined Backache corehdropsy diabetes and BrIghts disease follow in merciless succession Dont neglect your kidneys Cure the kid remedyepeople right here In Frankfort- C H Luckett living on Holmes wastsome symptoms of kidney ailment principal ly in connection with the kidney secretions which at times were sanDoans Kidney Pills advertised wastme I went To J W Gayles drug store land got a box I used them as direct ed and found that they benefltted in e every way so much so that I have recommended them to my friends on several occasions and will so ever I have an opportunity You may refer to me anytime as having used Deans Kidney Pills with good rc suits and I hope it may be the means of helping others who may be suffer ing from kidney trouble IFor sale by all dealers Price 50 pents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesiRemember the name Doans and take no other rTHE MOCKING BIRD From theVtooniost bough of an oak He sprang on quivering wing And the wa ng heart of the watcher tthrilledTo the oa heart of Spring llIn rant fetheld flowers woke And Winter haspassed awa AiwY V yplce a tic that hall long been stflied Came back with that Singer in gray tilThe brook with a lilt went by noteLlBut the sOng the song was a rubalyat rareIpoured from that magical throat A gleam of the Infinite sky All beauty emprismed of Light An outleaping flame on the sQintillant air Of color entrancingly bright treesreup in the sun = Joy of the hopes of the happy young t year IAnd dreams of The rainbow spun So still so still was the breeze blessedodfragrancese of asIn a blossom of Song confessed Out of the east came a dawn Silvery faey low And the west with luminous scarlet and gold Did richly wonderously glow But the glory of day withdrawn And the beauty of moonlights call Were as ashes of Love to the passion he told Whose song was the splendor of ell Ingram Crockett In Our Country for April WOMANSCLUB MEETING The Womans Club of this city will meet at the residence of Mr John B Lindsey corner Wapping and Washington streets on Monday afternoon April 22d at 330 oclock A full attendance is earnestly request ed L4 FRANKLIN COUNTY A S E tBARBECUEThe of Equity of this county are arranging for a big barbecue at Glennwood Park on Saturday May 11th It will be a hummer d 131 Pleasant take x TrdaDluk Laxative f 1 Syrup = NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor I And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a saltsaLYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege 1 table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as =Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness L i Bloated Feeling etc J Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 60c PER BOTTLE 1 Tobacco Bellows Blowers JI Nf Roes Porks Spades 1t Cradles and Fingers J t tScythes and Snaicfrs g HiHe Stones Wfrgei boxroS- Thresher I I MacMne Oil JYrfGff f t iMonkeyPipe Sittings and Wrenchos FRANK f1 Sftl1lfi fur r Hardware Paints Oils Etc CapitolFonndrJI Machine Cor HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in and Repairers of Machinery and Machine r Supplies of All Kinds j Both New and Secondhand WE HAVE FOR SALE Six horse Power Portable Engine and Roller Ten ltorse Power tlonary8team Engine 1 Nine horse Power hfagah Gasoline Engine and Grist MiIIIllurn =200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONES1 I C6ooi i JL ivJtATf ItPla r fly yd Nervesyak Heart vous to Sleep jr Rest JrHeart Cure and line Cured Me alwaysinethe patients heart is weak from ir other causes Dr Miles Heart butie willIIctteTtlfcws and greatly improve 1 neral heaJrnf DrMilesrecommend them as the best remedies for I weighedcureWhenscarcely pounds my nerves were shattered my troubled Inc a great deal I had in left arm andshoulder had difficulty in sleeping on spellsandI could eat scarcely kind of food WIthout suffering great distress and was so restless and nervous that I slept little night or day heartmvnerveseat well and weigh pounds I am happy slow and am tryingto make back the mone nogooahileTexas All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tIe Dr Send for free book oa Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Ir Miles Medical Cot Elkhart Ind lJ STAMPING GROUND c Miss Caro Triplett has returned 1from a visit to Owing to the CovingtonI f at Wllmdre Dr yAtDr J E Pack County Health Of came here from Georgetown on 4Saturday and raised the smallpox rJ uarantlneIt Mr John ash and family will soon Iimove to Midway where he has ac cepted theL cashlershlp of the new J blfc V Mr John Cook and aniily will dci cujpy the hQuse soon to be vacated Jiykr John Wash Mr Q L Sparks of the Cotton hisAlstetj1ortia me t11ne DIuf1t on l 1IMr A D Sparks of St Louis Mo who has been visiting relatives here accompanied his brother Mr Q L SPMksthatfar on his way toI Arkansas The Hailer Hotel was sold by Master Commissioner Thomason on Monday to Mr Louis Wiley for 2 1500 It was sold to satisfy a judg went of the Circuit Court In favor of David Baird Son of Louisville Mrs J A Robinson is reported much improved froth her recent Ill ness daughrJt j learn critically ill 1A number of our mule raiser are reporting the loss of foals of them only living a day of two- XwIngt to the protracted cold ether great anxiety is felt with re Bard to tobacco plants now growing Jn the beds Many are already dead and resowing has commenced This 3s a severe blow to farmers especially as good seed are very scarce J Some frrQrs say all their fruit fI fis killed tJutters say that muc- tt to their surprise there is a prospect for a considerable crop on their trees i notwithstanding the hard freezes So there you ar- eUNO l CONGREGATIONAL MEETING TO CALL PASTOR re First Presbyterian Church will congregational meeting to ovl for the purpose of choosing astor Chin church has been pastorless for year and of course has labored under great disadvantages- It Is earnestly hoped that they may succeed In securing the services of an able and consecrated preacher to lead their Every church in the city is vitally Interested in tho success of every other churchd EARTHQUAKE HEARD FROM The seismograph the new instru ment for recording vibrations caused by earthquakes In use In Albany N Y and Washington City made record on Sunday of earthquakes lasting two Monday night the news came In confirmation of the work of the instrument that two cities in the State of Merrero Mexico were totally destroyed and over five hundred peo pIe Instantly killed The wonders of scientific dis coveries and inventions are Just be ginning to be understood COUNTRY HOME BURNED The home of Mr O P Lancaster who lives near White Sulphur was destroyed by fire on Saturday night The family barely escaped with their lives They were sleeping in the second story and the falling of a big ham from the hook on which it was hung roused just in the nick of string time The by which the ham was suspended burned in two thus making the noise The loss was in the neighborhood of 2000 with no insurance OWEN COUNTYS GRAFT SHOWN UP IN FULL For quite a while the people of Owen county have been giving their county affairs an overhauled and It has been developed that three former sheriffs have been working a big graft scheme whereby the State and county have been done out of some these officers had accom polices In their work among the other makes a black page In the history of the State of Sweet OwenORDAINED TO MINISTRY Mr Edwin Kagin of this city at present Assistant Pastor of Warren Memorial Presbyterian Churchof Louisvillewas formally ordained to the gospel ministry by the Presby tery lied at HpRkinsyille on Tuesday last Mr kagin is a splendid young man who was born raised and educated in the of tills city at tended and graduated from Centric College Danville and thg Presbyterian aemnartpatLouisville He Intends to become a Missionary 0 ii LEXlNGVqN CHAUTAQUA Plans have been completed for the Lexington Chautauqua which will open in Woodland Park that city on June 25th and continue through July 5 This news will be hailed with de light by the hundreds of citizens of this county who have enjoyed the past meetings gf Chautauqua there Dr H M Wharton the noted Baptist divine will be manager and asuperb list of attractions will be provided Program will be announced later Do You Think For Youirsilf Or o yoa oven your month like a tenant ltd Mid gulp down whatever food or walls Ins maj be offered you f it Bvlatellltent tblaklnc womwv DenOuneua1Dkndlayoathttthe 6rittrli1 andtrna tiIiAIit mad n KNQnn IrIO b ruglllsts tor the cure fwomsn IlL d tit tit + 4The makers of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription for the cure of weak nervous rundown overworked debilitated painracked women knowing this medicine to be made up of ingredients every ono of which has the strongest possible Indorsement of the loading and standard authorities of the several andhintact are only too to as the formula or list of Ingredients of which It Is composed in plain English on every bottlewrapper tit rtt rtt + rtt The formula of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription will bear the most critical examination of medical experts for It contains no alcohol narcotics harmful or habitforming drugs and no agent enters Into It that Is not highly recommended by the most advanced and loading medical teachers and author ities of their several schools of practice These authorities recommend the Ingredients orDr llerCes orlte Prescription tor the cure or exactly the same ailments for rtiwor famed me no s advised rtt rtt rtt rtt rtt No other medicine for womans Ills has any such professional endorsement as Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription has received In the un auallflod recommendation of each of its several Ingredients by scores of leading medi cal men of all the schools of practice Is such an endorsement not worthy of your consideration t rtt rtt tit h4-A booklet of Ingredients with numerous anthbrtlvo profeSlonale endorsements by theIloading medical authorities of this will bo mailed Jnarto say onoaendta name and addreMlwlih reanest for gtxaetAddress Dr E V Pierce Buffalo N = r pricet t will give us pleasure to show you present offerings fine and medium priced furniture sort that is both appropriate and And shall also glad to tell you liberal partial payment plana little a time as your income permits ROGERS Sc SONS FINE HOG FOR SALE Large Yearling Registered Berk shire Boar Bourbon King 9093G for sale by William T Luscher Frankfort Ky Old phone 515 304tBLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 into 7 p m and at 9 and 11 p m Leave Paris every hour from 8 a xu to 7 p m and 10 p mGeorgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour front 0 90 a m to 730 andatu and p m Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from 610 a m to 815 p m and at po m Versailles Division Leave LeI frbmcenter ever hour from 6 d m to 6 pmandat9 and p mLeave Versailles very hour from 646 m to 646p insndaGti16 and lOp m Phope 610 Hqine Phone 174 JGUNN amlier 2tfIRAILROAD 71lr AsLIEr- No WEiT lOUN L e FrsuUtfort Aocom modatlon departs 535am dallY ex cept Sunday No 61 L N departs 755 a m Sunday only No 21C O Via helbyville departs 920 dally No 17 L N departs 940 amdaily except Sunday No 15 L N departs 320 p m dally except Sunday Mb C O Via Shelbyville departs 615 po m dilly EAST OUKDr No L leaves 950 L modally except Sunday No 22 C 0 leaves 1018 L m daily No L N leaves 435 pm daily except Sunday No L N Frankfort Accom mbdative arrives 615 p m dally ex copt Sunday No 24 C 0 leaves 759 p m1 daily No 62 L N leaves 826 p m Sunday only C 0 trains arrive and depart from Seventh Street Station Low ville L N trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive land depart from Tenth and Broadway Station Louisville 4 Frankfort Accommodation arrive and departs from First and Water Street Station F AC Leaves for Paris620 n Returns 1125 a heaves for Paris 200 Returns720 p JW WATSON Ticket Ag Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in ior 25 1906 sub ject to change without notice Limited Louisviie suTllIeMe Iphis West and Southwest 920 A M and f P M Dally Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1016 VK and 801JB 3LDaily 2817 Ml f if ff Buy Furniture trJa t Fconomically I Extravagance consists buying the wrong thing the 1wrong price- Economy consists in buyingIgthe right thing the right J t i If you truly oconoJl1lcolI 7 l will not buy f merely because it is cheap 1lIt should boughtfirst for its appropriateness second Ift d for Its durability cI It our In the durable we be of our at R J 2d JO Ia E T R T 19 zit a ml 23 18 No 16 20 14 r f in nfc at are ho LET US FIGURE FOR YOU Thecost of Painting and Repairing your Vehiclef2irA good vehicle Isworth saving and frequently a small amount ox pended will double its life but If neglected will cost you a new one i Drop us a card and our representative will call to see you Now is time to have your vehicle overhauled and painted Seller Garrxa e Go lIte VEEtS IItkESKY H K you and r PresidentrTr aa j t ht li 1 ppy Sew Year 11Is assured to all users of J f PRIDE OF MADISON f f lI FLOURfAt r 14 1I t TItlO v For Sale by all GrocersrJt 1n i t f i Send us your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruittty and Produce tt zI h 17 i HEISE SONS i ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones 42m II g I AM READY TO MAKE THE BEST PHOTOS f And all Styles of Portraits and Groups at my new Gallery South Frankfort Bridge J St Everything new Call on the Relia ble Photographer wI H G MATTERN ssarcWttIirttaohv to iirlu a WE SELL THE BESt THAT IS WHAT WE DO t We sell the Best Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds Ek To be Found in the Slate Call and examine our Splendid jsortmenfe You are not compelled to buy Just say you want to examine the Finest Line of Gin Kentucky and you will be shown the same consideration as if you wished to make a purchase That will follow later Remember The Best of everything in stock and prices are very low for such a class of goods M tM A SELBERTs t z MARRIED a JFFERSEVANSIn this city on V v Tuesday Mr Harry Jeffers and MissI P Blanche C Evans were married by Christlafn Is 4 JOHNSONNICHOLS Millville on Thursday Mr Mien Bradley Johnson and Miss Hattie Nickols were married by Rev O B Falls of the Baptist Church HEFFNERRIPPERGER In Elwood Indon Wednesday Mr Wm I Nelson Heffner and Miss Clara Ripperger were married by Rev B Biegel Mr Heffner is the son of Mr Thos Heffner of this city r MEETING OF BUSINESS MEN CLUB AND BANQUET An uptodate meeting of the Busi efleas Mens Club was held on Thurs N day night at which subscriptions to j the amount of 1700 were raised to J thG Factory Fund Quito Q numbe rat 4Y of new members were admitted A delightful banquet was served in the dining room of the Frankfort Hotels Stirring speacnes were made l y t 1Jon Eli H Brown Jrtev Dr M a hAam 7sy cl1IItJ4IZOIlrTult J H Hazelrigg Dr E E Hume R v is L T Wilson of Louisville and Hon H V McChesney Unbounded enthusiasm was evoked p jT and renewed determination aroused f to do every thing possible for the ad vancement of the city along nil lines of usefulnessi jf 4t aa WHO WROTE DIXIE The authorship of Dixie has been credited to two song writers the late Daniel Decatur Emmjtt of Ohio and Fill S Hays of Louisville Kentucky To neither does the full credit belong Emmett undoubtedly wrote the words of the song of today but Hays wrote the words that made the song anin spiration for the South Hays song was sectional even seditious trea tSonable according to the military powers in command at Louisville dur lag the war Emmetts words were liveOureCountry i KNIGHTS TEMPLAR OFFICERS Ii Frankfort Commandery o SKnights Templars elected the f illow ng officers on Thursday evening to i serve for the ensuing year l L Holland Eminent r9mmt 1r k c Lillard = Generalissimo jGttfqgralGeo garden y Guy Barrett Junior Warden D W Lindsey Jr Prelate StaggTreasurerS Geo L BarnesStandard Bearer l J F HarcourtSword Bearer ft a V RoemeleWarder Gus Schaefer Sentinel Gi f The Commandery will attend the imnual conclave of the Grand Com mandjjfy at Maysvllle oil the 16th of r i i May in a body and will be accompa by the Second Regiment Band t A pecfal carwill take the party from t J this city over the P C Railway ifi rYi lfWYertr lrtr MtiPDJaoi CtlMet ids Vales ri rri J Ctf3 L1 1 tV l nj t RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B China rector services at follows 930 a m Sundayschool in the chapel 11 a m Prayer and sermon 730 Prayer and sermon Wednesday evening prayer at 730 p m The public generally invited to at tend BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach li a m and 73U p m Sundayschool at 945 in the chapel Baraca class at 945 a m taught by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at chapelSPrayer meeting Wednesday evening 730 in the chapeL Visitors cordially invited Seats tree CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson the pastor will preach 11 Lm and 73Q p m Sundayschool at 930a m in the chapei Christian Endeavor Society meets at 700 Inthechaple1- PrayermeeUngon Wednesday even Ingat 730 oclock in toe Chap J r2tor3Tt w Wit afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited t CATHOLIC QHURCH Rcrv Fatine Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 0m J High Maspat 10 arm Sundayschool at 3 p m Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CKURC t Rev Dr H E Dosker of Louisville will preach at lla m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Scjclety of Christian Bndeavorat 630 pm Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught Pastor will preach at 11 a mand Z30tp m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting on Wednesday even Ing atfj30 p m Everybody Invitefoto attend ifiSOUTHERN PRE S1J1T BR IAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pas petch at 11 a m and 73- 0P7VYoung Peoples Society at1 pm Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m- Everybody invited to attend Sundayrat 300 oclock p m THORN HIEL There will be Sun dayschool every Sunday afternoon i the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p m Rev A Paul Bagby will preach tomorrow afternoon DR CORACINE For Catarrh let me send you free just to prove merit a Trial size Box of DrXshoops Catarrh Remedy It healingantiseptic lief to Catarrh of the nose and throat Make the free test and see Address Dr JShoop Racine Wis Large jars 60 cents Sold by all Dbaler- arSt 61r wr rt J 111 BIRTHS HAZELRIGGIn this city on wmlRubytel aa Dont think that piles cant be cured Thousands of obstinate cases have been cured by Doans Ointment cents at any drug store- ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frank fort Ky postoffice for the week end ing April 13 Allen Hermon Allen Fred- Bronmotl Miss Mary B Black lhormal tBrokers Otis Browh Miss Sale Brown Mrs Addie Cardwell Bros iiCrowe Walteri V Carmody H Donca Wre Bjeckte Eath W SLEvanFinn W h ft t lla rrFugett 94 SLNa- I Anu r Iampton lt ss ellle I Harwell HE llijHnMofon UT M irHumpbrey t 1tiw 1 t r suyeftiIazzie yatinner iS trr3Johnson Dr R 1jTArilrfns Aldttrft t Lan f9r9 J1SB oJ taellirlriLeetig 7Xi16t4Carolyn Lochridge Gammie v Monroe A C McDonald E M Maddleton Dr STfrJ SEj McCartey Miss Mary Monumental Bronze Co Neace Green OjmtJUJ Scott F M r Sargent Scott Scaly TyJV V i rryJ Libley Sham Bea Tunner Rev James M Walppert yrs Sallie Webb James r i Williams Mrs lW 1C Vtf When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised Gif9 rJsueWORKJEQ LIKE A CHARM 0 Mr DN Walker editor of that spicy journateithe Enterprise Louisa Va says Iran a nail in my foot last week anonge appplled Buck lens Arnica Salel No inflammation followed thesalvo simply healed the soremrnondtgists 25 cents- FRANKFORT MAN ELECTED TREASURER 1eAt the meeting of the hotel men of Kentucky held at Louisville thi week an organization was formed to look after their interests Among the officers elected were Mf E B Weitzel- of the Capital Motel who was elected the first treasurer of the organization w 1iMu1M lii1N O Ils Wrw wf j l j Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair tee IF YOU BUY IT AT SCLBERT8 ITS GOOD Soothes Itching skin Heals cuts or burns without a scar Cures piles eczema salt rheum any itching Doans Ointment Your druggist sells it Bees Onward No 30587 Son of the mighty Onward out of the great Almont brood mare Laura S bred by R P Pepper Son Fran fort foaled 1895 and sold to the Hon Clem Studebaker South Bend Indot Wagon fame as the premier of his stud and how purchased from his es tate Will make the season of 1907 at The Frankfort Driving Park the original home of the Onward family goal brown stallion 15 hands high by 1VfardolO 141 flint dam r S JjaBlack Duchess by Black Rat third dam Corine by Mambrlno Chief No breeding better than this A shoW ring breeder Twoyearold trial 22511 Fee 20 with return privilege rTG DAILBY Driving Park Frankfort Ky April 13lm TJIIE Louisville Herald AN IDEAL NEWSPAPERFORTHEHOME The Louisville Herald is recognized asa fair clean fearless newspaper It has n6 political alliances and is ab solutely free to express its opinion on any subject whatsoever the welfare of our country our Commonwealth and our people the obly tjuty Its telegraphic news Is complete IU market reports uptodate and always reliable SPECIAL ATTENTJON TO THE NEWSPF KENTUCKYr Our Regular Subscription Prices DAILY 400 6200dAND SUNDAY 600 But if you so desire you can make advantageous terms for Roundabout and 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GenPassFeb 23to Apl 30 TUB Blue Grass Nurseries Lexington Kyi Offer for the largeline Fruit and Ornamental Trees Erer greens Grape Yves Asparagus Shrubs Rhubarb and s WE HAYS NO AGE1kr8 t Strawberry and General Catalogues on application f tti F Hillenmeyer i onsJFeb 288m I I Ii J e f Ift iJI J t J n r ft fMf ijiA i lt 11rF J 1iNf r S tfrl TIII I PITTSBIM ELECTRIC WHLDHDPHNCH THEt Electric Weld Unaffected Even by White Heat l THE WELD I I THRTYm The Weld That He- ldPITTSBURG PERFECT s Farmers Like to Know That Joints Never Pull Apart The Fence That Gives Universal Satisfaction and PurchaserGrets His Moneys t T4th r Jj y i1YYM1 z t PI PE PO 1 FENCEfi tDQ uotV FEC Ii rR r 1 d H t1 1t Jiqs vJ 1 01 o i 1 Note how close these wires are Honestly So yoii think chickens can go through thatt THEN WE ALSO HAVE THE Piltsburg Perfect Lawn and Corn i Crib Fences J This fence may be used for various purposes We carry a fulllStock of t- hePittsburg Perfct 1 And would be pleased to 1 ve you call and examine our encesjfand get prices I w ff- f t lt II r t b il J BS 0SQ Wi R R C0l WJfI t efIfoJItftWARJ AN tjOVE MERCHANTS II IJJllt J Jit II r4titWnrtr 4 Ij J ta 307309 MAIN STREET BOTH PHONES fj I H Supremacy in Woman Oxfords P Its a matter of fact that the McClure store sells more Womens Oxftfrds ie especially in the finer gradesthan any two other stores in town combined J This would not be so if you did not find here more styles newerJ stylesrYlj3r better styles and more widths and sizes than other stores offer varietysandtheQueen Quality Oxfords ready 250 to X350 r Fl il ivi c CJ IiUHEI dZJ sC IT- t INCORPORATED ti j OF1It Mr Moody used to claim that the Summer is the best time for aggress ive Christian effort since it is easy then to get at the people in the open air while often impossible to get a them into the churches So then he founded a school for Christian workers at Chicago in 1886 he planned that it should remain open through out the year andt his plan has ways proved a success The proposition for next summers Schedule May to August is now sued Daily classes in Bible and t Gospel music are to be held taught by men of international reputation like Dr James M Gray and D B Towner and their associates- Ini addition a succession of special lectures by Dr Torrey President W 4G Moorhead of Xenia Ohio Theo WherryotAnd Dr A C Dixon of Chicago and others The method of the Instituteis to combine practical training with lec lures and study and by means of lieetings the students get allround experience ThIs n takes it helpful and attractive to pastors and returned missionaries who wish to freshen 3 Up their experience Many college and seminary students And school teachers have already applied for admission Rev H W hope of New Haven Conn a graduate of Yale University and seminary Superintendentfby addressing Yours very truly I A P PITT f BURNED BY GASOLINE t Mr Howard Scantland an employe of Watsons carriage shop East Main i street was badly burned by the ex r plosion of a painters gasoline blow lamp with which he was burning the paint off of a vehicle Dr H S Keller was called and at tended to the mans injuries which are very painful KlConstipation Baked sweet apples with some people bring ompt relief for Constipation With others arse allwheat bread will have the same effect Bture undoubtedly has a vegetable remedy to lieve every ailment known to man if physicians n but find Natures way to health And this if tikingly true with regard to Constipation The bark of a certain tree in California Cas ra Sagrada offers a most excellent aid to this d But combined with Egyptian Senna SUp ry Elm Bark Solid Extract of Prunes etc this tIle Caacara bark is given its greatest possible wer to correct constipation A toothsome ndy Tablet called Lax ets Is now made at the Shoop Laboratories from this ingenuous and iDst effective prescription Its effect on Const WOD Biliousness Sour Stomach Bad Breath How Complexion etcls indeed prompt and lasfylng N5 grip nffno unpleasant after effects are ex 1 a briencod and Laxets are put up In beautiful rt 1g ihographed metal boxes at cents and 25 cents l Itr box t 5For something new nice economical vat ective try s box fit J LaxetsWDDEALERS t j Lt BUSINESS AGAIN IDOING When my friends thought I wa about to take leave of this world o account of indigestion nervousness and general debility writes AAChisholm Treadwell N Y and when it looked as if there was no hope lef I was persuaded to try Electra- Bitters and I rejoice to say that they are curing me I am now doing business again as of old and am sill- gaining daily Best tonic medicin- on earth Guaranteed by all druggists 50cCHRISTIAN HURC H CONVENTION The Ninth District Convention pi the Christian Church embracing the Bible School Association and the Christian Womans Board of Missions will be held at Frankfort May 23 The Ninth District is jjomposed of the counties off Fayefte lYanfclin Jessa mine Scott and Woodfordf jTd it is expected that delegates4wJli res- erffr LJIttl L f district The first days sessiols wJU be occupied by the C W B ML and the second by the Bible Schoo As sociation A very interesting prac tical and helpful program has been arranged providing for conferences and discussions with addresses by prominent workers of the district CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES l CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE If your blood is impure thin die eaSed hot pr full of humors if yb- have ti blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stn and the blood is made pure and ric Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is 00 penally advised for chronic deep seated cases as it cures after all else failsMar 21y RESIGNS AS COMMISSIONER 0 INTERNAL REVENUE Hon John W Yerkes Commissioner of Internal Revenue resigned his posi tion on Saturday last sand will reo turn to the practice of law probably in Washington City although retaining his legal residence in Danville Ky It appears that the salary of Commissioner only paid about half of Mr Yerkes expenses per annum and h could not afford to longer hold the is an able and scholarly lawyer and can make largely more at law than the salary- ATTENTION FARMERS AND BREEDERS r Attention is called to the advertisement in another place of the sale of pure bred Poland China Sows which will take place in Louisville on Saturday April 27th beginning at 1230 p m This iis a rare chance to purchase stock bred at the GlennMeadows Stock Farm Shepherdsvllle who ntQe mMttb 7 llr t COUNTY COURT DAYS daysnare ounties which are contiguous by reason of facilities by roll to the capital MondaycBourbon Paris3d Monday Boyle Danville 3d Monday MondayeEstill Irvine 3d Monday Fayette Lexington 2d Monday Fleming Flemingsburg 4tU Monday ranklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Langaster4th Monday rant Williantstown2d Monday arrison CyntMana4th Monday Teary NewCiie1st Monday Jessamine NJeholasvHle Sd Monday ee Beattyville4th Monday incoln Stanford 2d Monday Edison Rio mJ = iday ltiitisoh MajwWlleHist Monday Mercer HTrodsburl6 l ldriaay- Motit sometr Sterling lst Mon T Ttcholaa Carlisle 2d Monday 1 rdhis I ge4th o dY wenJ7o ful U4tlPll iid yw nrlletodpaYi4iouth x r nyay 1awEl tantoti 8t MonAa ilashl6omersett3tifondaycott heibyj heTyvilte2a Monday lW yno hiontlcello4th rMonday- o0lford Versailles t1 Monday Generally debilitated for years Had sick headaches lacked ambition was worn out and all rundown Bur dock Blood Bitters made me a well womanMrs Chas Freitoy Moosup Conn a EDWARD HOWARD GRIGGS LECTURE washthe means of a rare to those of a literary turn among our citizens in the lecture delivered on Tuesday night in the Parish House pf Ascension Church by Mr Edward Howard Griggs who had as his theme Goethes Faust There was a fine audience present themepIn a masterly way showing the higher and better ideas that are con talned In the work than has been generally conceded GO OUT FROM THE LAITY EACH DAY F Owing to the increased demand for bottled in bond whisky under the pure food law and regulations thee big distilleries of W A Gaines Co Old Crow and E H faylor Jr Sons Old Taylor have been forced to send a big force of young ladles from this city each day to attend to the work of bottling and packing their celebrated goods- Preventics will promptly check a cold or the Grippe wbjek taken early or rat the sneeze s aJe Preventics cure seated colds as well Preventics are little candy cold cure tablets and Dr Shoop Racine Wis will gladly mall you samples and a book on Colds free if you will write him The sam pies prove their merit Check early Colds with Preyentlcs and stop Pnea monia Sold in 5c and 25c boxes by i i f1 f i a i j L Gi A FAMILY SAFEGUARD Dr Green arrange with the Niece of Dr 9tl Bchee to handle her famous Umcles OrTJtandutlgC 4m qThe1bestfamily safeguard is a reliably croupcoughc21ciaore r t 1dtiNfedt6ae mouch sGei anafi tirhithh3 i1ste 1 t33yEaditr- cure of consumption catarrh Itiii troubles rlbYDrGienfroDito parts earth It has big sales everywhere n Two sizes sac and 750 All druggisl I 1 For salebp J Wi Gayle WEE KLi Y- aOUJtI RAND JOU N4 aQandabp ut Rap Onig5oThe Presidential election is ap proaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and hits always been a Democrat never a Republican Essential d fferenges out of the way Democrats are getting togethera The CourierJournal isgoingto sup port the ticket And there you have it SEND YOUR ORDER FOR THIF TO US NOT TO THE COURIERJOUR NAL THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE WETKLY COURIER JOURNAL ALONE IS1 A YEAR 50 DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS csending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion an Invention la Communlcft tlonslltrlctll eonOdentraL on Paten lent free estrt enc J f r wearlssoatents Patents taken throw Mena receive t tal notice without charge In the Scientific Hmerican lundsomelriy fltnted weekly argent etlo Terms t3 newedealenMullaDcb ce l Woven Wire Fences b c1 YARD A1eat fei for Lqmb Woilen Wire Fence Peerless Woven Were onceV Ml Pejp lot Jrayfrry r cJ I l WM Alrlaa Mictr CaaaveysaeaeyH rill WIRE RENCINQ G1c 1 REDUOD t RATES f VIA I On the Fit stan I Third Tuesday x of each month io manyj J tipoints i I SOUi14Win- ter Tourist Tieketp now oJtBale good till 5 xw Ys atitiJJrtr J a1 itat For particulars Write icer H O KING C PTArLexington Ky Fob 23ly COLONIST RATE VIA MkRoute3 idt iaM 11wi- From Louisville Daily March 1 to April 3O AngelesSanDiegoPortland S a t1 a v inter y 138Spokanepoints 356O Helena Butte Anaconda Salt ttl Lake and intermediate J points 34 66 Billingsand intermediate points2960nl 1 Tuesdays March 12 to f l April 30td To in Minnesota North MonsLana r Albertaon ap ic ionjtTuesdays April 30 To Colorado on application Two trains via Monon Rotito from 10thandBroadwaSOah ffiaconnectingtChicagoNorthwest Address Ea BACOD P tyr y Louisville Ky Feb to April fIleDrel just what a horse needs when in u condition Tonic blood purifier They are not food puthQpax q r it For sets by J W Gayle and die mpbI Yl i n JcJr4i l i iffru Pii y t