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Jiq- THE FRAMFOET ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher a A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS1ER IS 100 In Advance VOL XXXIFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY APRIL 21 1907 No jG CORKERS AND TWISTERS IByMrs OHoulihan Du Challlu the great African ex plorer who has the honor of being the first to bring to the worlds notice that gigantic ape the Gorilla de scribed in a lecture delivered at Lex ington Ky In 1873 or 1874 the man ner In which his capture was made Having hired a body of natives to accompany and protect him from wild beasts and savage tribes he was pene trating the dense forests on the African coast The thick branches and luxuriant foliage of the Immense trees interlaced overhead so that in the brightest sunlight of that equatorial region only twilight reigned beneath II There were no roads and the under growth being heavy they could only proceed by following the paths made r by wild animals taking those that led nearest the direction desired Du Chaillu armed with his rifle was one day proceeding on foot along one of these shaded paths when he suddenly came face to face with the Gorilla The latter which had never before seen a human being and was probably as much startled as Du- i CBaillu rose on his hind feet his rthead towering seven feet above the ground and showing his glittering white teeth he began with his long breastlf a savage roar that shook the forests Du Chaillu was no coward and with out awaiting his followers or the further demonstrations of the animal he took a quick aim with his rifle at LVthe breast of the beast and fired The did its work and the animal fell dead in ths path Removing the skin and preserving the skeleton he presented to the world on his return the first Gorilla known to science DUjdChailiiu stated that fried mon key was almost excellent and Bavoryi dish Oh said lie stopping a moment in his lecture I wish 1 had some now A strong dose of qui nine was absolutely necessary before t breakfast to ward off the fearful miasmatic fevers Sir Edward Baker the English travel and explorer in Abyssinia during his exploration to discover the sources of the White Nile gives an beglnninsljrThe great Atbara river that lay near his camp was in the dry season only IQ succession of deep pools in which hippopotamus sported Between these pools were long stretches of I dry sand One night he was suddenly awak ened by the natives of his escort rushing into his tent and shouting in their native tongue the river the river At the same time there was a loud roaring sound in the distance that rapidly increasep followed by the rushI l of waters Next morning where had been dry beds of sand was now an imI mense river whose waters were fed by the melting snows caused by rains on the distant mountains Every day after that at 3 oclock in the afternoon a small black spot wasI seen In the sky near the horizon that rapidly increased in size until the whole sky was covered with a dense cloud and the rain poured down In torrents This continued till the rainy season was over When the great naturalist Audu bon who handpainted the specimens in that noted boolr the Birds of America that sold for one thousand dollars a volume visited Daniel Boone in his home in Missouri he found him as he states engaged In his unoccu pied hours in carving powder horns and other frontier devices He de scribes him as a man of great frame over six fet In height broad shoulders and chest sinewy muscles and keen quick eyes that looked straight and fearlessly Into your own He was then in his old age but gave In every feature a strong suggestion of that Imenso strength and power that made him such a masterspirit in the fron tier days of Kentuckys early settle went Boone gavo to Audubon several in f f J tf teresting incidents of his life which we have not space now to repeat TEARING AWAY BUILDINGS Messrs Scott Goin the contrac tors commenced tearing away the buildings at the corner of Ann and Broadway streets purchased by the L N Railroad on Monday morning These gentlemen will remove all the material and grade the ground to the level of the streets The railroad company after making the necesary aproaches will have grass plots and flowers planted there- LICENSE w REVOKED Final action was taken by the City Council on Monday night when the license of Mr August Weber to run a saloon at the corner of Broadway and Lewis streets was revoked for violating the Sunday closing law Mr Wieber had been convicted three times for the same offense and under the rule of the Council that after two convictions the license should be revoked this action was taken though not until a stiff fight was made for him a SEED CORN All orders for seed corn either white or yellow left with Mr H S 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 NEW CARS IN COMMISSION Several of the summer cars were iuLJn Commission on the Traction1 Line Sunday In addition conductors were also put to work The cars were crowded all day long and until late at nightOther improvements are in contem plation Col Sallee is the right man tin the right place when it comes to looking after the public interests as well as the traction line Impure blood runs you down makes you an easy victim for organic disease Burdock Blood Bitters puri fies the blood cures the cause builds yogup SMALL SUNDAY BLAZE Just before i oclock on Sunday morning an alarm called the fire boys to the residence of Mr J E Hanra14 han on Conway street between 4thJ Avenue and Campbell street where there was a small blaze on the roof caused by a sparke It was quickly extinguished with only nominal lossI peW tt Early Risers The famous little pills Circuit Court of the United States Eastern District of Kentucky- At Frankfort Kentucky 7bsda April 23d 1907 Court met pursuant to adjournment present Hon A M J Cochran Henry Davis Trustee vs Frederick A Hull Et Al It appearing to the court by the affi davit of Frank Chiim this day filed that the complainant has used due diligence in the effort to procure per sonal service of process in this suit upon the defendant James A Chis holm Jacob R Ca llbury Solomon Thatcher Solomon hatcher Jr Wale ter Thatcher Chas J Barnes John L Hugh John Y Huber J Wise Norton Norton B Ream Isaac P Hays Edj mund KImball James H F Cow dry Charles P Crosby and Frances Crosby his wife Emily Holbrook Trustee and Charles McCauley but that neither of said Defendants could be found In the districts where they were supposed to reside and that per sonal service upon either of the aforesaid defendants without the jur isdictlon of this court la Impracticable it is now ordered that the afore said defendants be and are hereby warned to appear arid plead answer or demur to the complainants bill of complaint herein on or before the first Monday in July 1907 and it is further ordered that Ifils order shall be published not less tian once a week for six 6 consecutiveiyeeks from this date in a newspape rof general circulation published Inline city of Frankfort t A CopyAttest m fWALTER G CHAP C1erk POP E H COLEMAN r Deputy Clerk i Aipl276t RECEIVING WOOL Mr H G Davis requests us to say that he has placed sacks for the reception of wool at the grocery store of Mr C G Marshall on Broadway He Is paying the highest prices for a firstclass article Apl 272t PNEUMONIAS DEADLY WORK Had so seriously affected my right lung writes Mrs Fannie Connor of Rural Route 1 Georgetown Tenn that I coughed continuously night and day and the neighbors prediction consumptionseemed inevitable until my husband brought home a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery which In my case proved to be the only reai cough cure and restorer of weak sore lungs When all other remedies utterly fail you may still win in the battle against lung and throat troubles i New Discovery the real cure Guaranteed by all druggists 50c and Trial bottle free mr Dr Veaver Syrup and Cerate- Saeceaefal treatment for blood and akin diseases I EVER SEE A HOUSE FLY You seo millions of em soonJnt tune WHEELER SCREEN in HAMMOND 4co J ti CLEAN UPMAYOR OFFERS SUG GESTIONS Mayor Hume is anxious to start a crusade of cleanliness for the city Tuesday night he submitted a num ber of suggestions to the City Council as to what might be done to make a cleaner city The Street Committee will take the matter up and some ac tion is expected to be taken at once Mayor Humes suggestions were- I would suggest that you have a general cleaning up day and that every citizen of the city observe It If your store front residence or fence is dingy or rusty order it paint edIf your awning Is old torn or faded get a new one needs repairs fix it orlpaint it or take it down and oneIIf you throw paper In the street stick a match to it and watch it until it is all burned so as to not endanger propertyI to put rubbish in the streets have it removed as soon as neighborIdoes the same Allow no boxes or other obstruc tions to remain on the sidewalks on your side of the square- Destroy all the young weeds on your property and ask your neighbors to assist you in having no weeds grow near you See that all the rubbish is taken to the dump at the end of Capital Avenue so as to fill tip the great hole there as soon as possible Promise not to spit on the side walks Organize a block improvement society of ladles who will allow no idSrantOn your block gentlemen will please attend to the requirements of the subjectI back premises houses and replace them with new ones If you cant do without them- Each resolve to make your lawn the prettiest and your back yard the the Council give a prize for the cleanest and best kept back yard Illuminate the front of your stores in the business section Request your milkmen grocers exi IItoCPU a public meeting of the citizens to allow me to set a cleaning up day You have all the work done by that day and we will have a half holiday that afternoon Respectfully submitted by- E E HtjME Mayor of Frankfort KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION SAVED The famous Lexington Race Track the oldest and most historic course in America was recently purchased by an organization of prominent thoroughbred breeders and business men of Central Kentucky who have reorganized the Kentucky Associa tion Under its direction and auspices a spring meeting will be given at Lexington for seven daysApril 27th to May 4th inclusive On account of the short time allowed for preparation it was not possible to offer any stakes but a programme book of splendid purse events has been ar ranged and the Lexington meeting will be the best held there in a great many years for this will be the first time that a spring meeting there will encounter no opposition from any other track In the Middle West The Lexington Race Course is rich with traditions It has played a big part in the history of the thoroughbred horse in America There occurred the famous match race between Ten Brooch and Aristides and there many other famous starts of the turf In years past have received their preparations for the victorious campaigns and have earned the laurels which make their names even to this day almost a household word Racing will be revived at Lexington ona more pretentious scale than ever and It will be characterized by the same hightoned management the same r YO- UViONDER alwaysbusy the great values it constantly offers Here are a few good things taken at random from the long b list of pecia1s now toffered White Bed Quilts ex i beautifullydesigned t White Table Linen 68 inches wide all linIen Damask 60c value 50c Ladies SleevelessGauze Vests all sizes 8c One lot Embroidered s Wash Belts a 10cIJLinenH i s One lot Dress Ging latternsSic White Lawn Waists made with short sleeve dIikJlt Flowered Ribbons 5 inches wide 25c yard 5 inches wide all silk Taffetta Ribbons 19c yard Corset Cover Embroider 18 in wide 25c yard One lot Fancy Stock Collars 15- cReductions on Ladies Snitsi G lOGIN BRO 4143 St Clair St Frankfort Jsportsmanlike endeavor to bring about great contests that has ever been characteristic of the Kentucky Association and the men in control of itThe various railroads leading Into Lexington have offered a special rate of one and onethird faro for tho round trip during the week of April 27th to May 4th good until May Cth s LEXINGTON SPRING RACES On account of the Spring Races tho Southern Railway will sell Excursion tickets to Lexington on April 27th to May 4th Inclusive at rate of ono and onethird fare round trip with return limit May 1907 For information call on or address W agent of the Southern Railway orIT C H HUNGERFORD Dlst Pass Agent Louisville Ky Dr Weaver Syrup Eteitaa the blood Cerate ointment for the lUa ISUIT Suits Style I Largest selection values at 12 15 1S 2260 and 25 r PERSONAL Mr Grant L Roberts spent Sunday in Lexington Judge T E King of Cynthiana was in the city Tuesday Mr R P Ernst of Covingtonwas in the city this week Mr Nelson Heffner and bride are visiting relatives here Miss Corinne Henry visited friends in Lexington this week Rev C R Hudson and wife visited in Lexington this week J Mr R R Wilson has returned from a trip to Indianapolis Ind Miss Hazel Dixon of Louisville Is the guest of friends here j Mr Wm Addams of Cynthiana was in the city on Tuesday v v h Mr Oscar Herancourt of Lotilsvitte Jtojin the city on Tuesday jtwaCol Chas M Lewis of Shelbyville 4ofasinfue tynol IffYrJ iPP f Mrs Chas E VreeTand visited tela tives in Louisville this week Miss Mary Harrison visited rela tives in Lexington this week Dr Josie Hoggins spent Saturday with relatives In Shelbyville cr Rev W Q Vreeland of Lexington L visited relatives here Tuesdayis Judge T L Edelen left Tuesday for a business trip to St Louis Mos v vMrs J L Eubank visited her brother Winchester Saturday i Miss Gertrude B Ledridg wryisited friends in Louisville this week iMr J M iAlverBon of Stanford- was a visitor here on Wednesday Miss Mary Harrison has returrtedt from a visit to Lexington Mrs ThosN Arnold has returned from spending the winter in Florida Attorney5 day iv 1 Mrs C L Dudley of Fleniingsburg is the guest of Mrs CE Bode lain I streetJ i jf1 i y Mr RC Simmons Representative from Covington was in the plty Wednesday Mrs Hugh Leavell and children of Louisville are guests of relatives- here t Miss Ella Jones of New Albany fad is the guest of Mrs C G Mitzen burgh t ill Mrs J C W Beckham visited Dr JW Hill and wife in Versailles this week Dr H S Keller and wife and Mrs W S Howe visited in Lexington this rweeki Miss Pattie Thomas is visiting her aunt Mrs C Gran Graham in Lex ington Judge Geprge DuRelle of Louisville was in the city Thursday on legal business Mr Gayle Ford of Dixon Springs Tenn was the guest of friends here this week a Mrs J C Morton and Miss Sallies Jackson visited in Louisville week Miss Eva Macklln left Thursday a I 1 h l4 if Defender Brand Muslin Un clern ear See our great values in Gowns Corset Covers Skirts and Drawers morning for New York City en route to Europe Misses Anna Bell and Lizzie Hunt Cninn visited friends in Louisville this week Mrs Carrie Weitzel and daughter Miss Amelia have gone on a trip to O Bradley of Louisville was in the city on legal business Thursday Mrs Mary Keaton ic the guest of her daughter Mrs GL Talbott at LaGrange Col J S Weathers of the Frankfort Telephone Co spent Sunday in Lexingtona Mr R W Knott editor of the Even ing Post Louisville was in thecity on Saturday Mrs Lizzie Walcutt of Lakeland was the guest of relatives here on Wednesday td Mrs Fannle0 Thompson who has been visiting friends at Versailes has ye turned home rl Mrs Bettle Keller of Cynthiana1 was the guest ofDr H S Keller end wife this week Judge Thos H Pay nter visited his daughter Mrs M K Yontz in Louis yule this week Miss Sarah Burnam of Richmond Is the guest of Misses ChinnV West Wapping street t fuMrs J L Butler of Eminence Was the guest of her father Mr 4W J Hughes thlsweEk i Mrro H Mastin Jr and sister Miss Ethel 6T Woodfotd county were in the city Tuesday 0 Judge N H W Ahron of RUfesell Springs w sln the city on legal business Tuesday Mrs 0 B pnlareekUI children are vlsitln her sister Mrs H B McCoy in Lexington v Mr Harry Jeffersand bride re turned Friday night from their wedding trip to Louisville IMr Hugh Merchant wt p was oper gated upon forappendlcitst In George town is dQlngtplerably well only Miss Amy tiyons of Louisville spent Sunday here with her parents Capt YoM Lyons wife t x Mrs John E Milesrvisited hep daughter Miss Mary Keith Miles in Lexington this week MrsC Gran Graham of Lexington Is the guest of her sister Mrs Mollle Thomas Logan street Mrs W E Bradley and Son Udol pho Snead have returned froma visit to relatives in Louisville Mrs Roemele of Louisville the guest of her son Dr ErG lIs Conway street Mrs J S Minary and Mrs Mattie Brooks of Versailles were guests of Mrs W L Jett this week Mr John M Scott of Louisville spent Sunday here the guest of his mother Mrs W T Scott IMr Kenner Taylor of E H Taylor Jr Sons left Saturday for a busi ness trip to Pittsburg Penn IMr E M Dryden of Dayton Ohio was the guest of his mother Mrs J B Dryden Sr on Sunday IlUrs S H Leonard of Canada who iY j 1Yat WEITZELS BIG SPECIALS When we say specials we mean something uncommon out of the ordinary that we have and no other store can show or sell and our prices and qualities are always attractive I Charles J llIlettzeIJ has been the guest of her son Dr J homei was the guest of his daughter Mrs J H Kennedy West aide this week Mrs McCarty and child of Lexington wereguests of her parents Capt W T B South this week Col Geo HWatson of St Louis Mo was In the city this week on business at the Stagg distilleries Mrs Margaret Quinn who was the guest of her daughter Mrs W G Goodwin returned home Sunday Mrs Clarence Baker of Louisville was the guest of her parents Mr N I McDanlel iji iwife this week Mr rCliirencb DooleV and wife of Indianapolis Indare guests of Mr W J nOb ttndwife South Side f Miss Margaret Tompkins of Owens boro who has deep the guest of Mrs J C W B khainhas returned home Mjrs liilfttlaMlpherts of Louisville who hilsbtfen gi guestof Mr GID Fenlby tthd brhas lrewrne3 P fU Mrd ft iM Hanley JfIx uisvnev who has been the guest bf her son fat John P Hanlej has returned home errsa w SBaiidifernee Lida Hundley of Altamont was the guest of Her auritjiMrs I T West tills weekw 0r pz1Mrs L P artt n entertainedtat Saturdayxtfer presentj Mr L Frank Johnson who has been acting asSpecial judge of the Rock catle Circuit Court returned home Monday ljr Mr John s1Sirctteridrick and wife of Shelbyville were guests ol Ihls brotherinl w MrW J Hughes this week f f VV Mrs Geo W Chlnn and son Mr Julian C inn have been 4n Florda all wliiierrefurned home Saturday night Mrs T F aliaferro who was called to Falmouth by the illness of her daughter MrsVYJRM B Colvin has returned Mrs J A Fuqua of Qwensboro whohas been the guest of her daugh ter Mrs JV CW Beckham has returned home t4i HCtr LJl Mfi Penn Morris who has been ill at the home of his sister Mrs C W Saffell has returned to his home in Bowling Greek- Mrs Wm Severatide of Stanford who was the guest of Rev J M Sev erance and wife EastMain Street has returned home Mrs M Bf4dams and son Charles were called mltason county on Friday LbY the of her mother Mrs AK Marshall Mrs S D Johnson entertained at Bridge lift Saturday afternoon Quite a bevy of handsomely gowned ladies attended Mrs C M Shaw of Tacoma Wash who has been the guest of her father inlaw Mr JR Shaw at Juts has returned home Mr R M Bergman of Irvine who has been th6 guest of his fatherin law Capt UJT West returned homo Saturday morning Clarence Walker the steno IMr expert has gone to his home JIt J l1Fff f it tJ 1j Shirt are t nrnrtw t I IfflLF PHIE3E SfftE AT HEENEY SEvery day next week we will sell at half price a piece of goods or other article Will put ont a different piece each day WASH GOODS We have the largest and best selec tion of Wash Goods in the city SKIRTS will find our Skirts are well tailored and positively the best values to be found CURTAINS AND DiBAPERIESNotingham Lace Curtnrns750 100 125 250 8J5Q4QQAoSwiss Draper ies and Scotch Ma Irass in a variety TMiATTCINGS AND RUGSRugs 20c 78c 110 15Q and up Laro root Sizo rugs at they most reasonable Tioesr J Hff rv fY 7 I r Valafe JOHN DR1SGOLL Qualitv The Leading Grocer P i The Pione l Dealer in hill Grade XentucEand t Made Soul Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN RISCOLD J 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky i in Louisville after a weekS work in the Court of Appeals Lt Com Hugh Rodman arrived iri1 this city4 Thursday having come direct from China Lieut Rodman is in command of the US S El catioq Col Chas J liege left TUesday night for Norfork Va arid Jamestown to be present at the opening of the Jamestown Exposition and the ken lucky Building 3 l1l J HtI Rev Dr M B AdaftiS dellyefecl atf address at a missionary meeting lied at the Great Crossings Baptist Church on Thursday night His theme teas Our Hone Field A i eeeptlou was held by the ladies of the Christian Church in the Chapel on Wednesday evening to the mem hers received at the recent meeting It was a very pleasant affair Mr Coffey distiller for the Frahkfprt Distillery at Elkhorn was summoned to St Louis Mo onMon- day night by the death of his brother Mr Thos Coffey who is the oldest of seven brothers Mr Broaddus Quinn of Jetts left Tuesday for Cornwall Cal where he will he employed as a telegraphoper ator Mr Quiim is the son of Mr W B Quinn and Is a hustling young man who is going to make his ten spot in the Golden State We wish him every success in his nevfhome 1 t- Flour De Lis Brand Waists Our 50e 75c Ibo 125 values great sellers You tk f Deans Ointment cured ine eczema that had annoyed me a time The ciire was permanent ofJS W Matthews tabor Statistics rAugusta Ga SALEeK jZZ t t Under orders of the Quarterly Con Iference of the Shelbyville District M J IE ChurchN SOththe property known has the Cedar Chapel lying on the La wrenceburg pte fs offered for sale For further information inquire oftRev J W JACKSON LAptii UIL THE PRICE OF HEAUTH Ilae price of health Ina malarious Is just 25 cents the cost of a box of Dr Kings ivdw Life PillsIwrites ElhvSlajtpn of Nolland Ark New Life Pills cleanse gently and im part new life and vigor to the system 25c Satisfaction guaranteed at all druggists i NOTICE Owing to the fact that we have had stock Injured domestic fowls killed gates left open and have suffered much annoyance and loss from hunters fishermen and trespassers we are forced to prohibit htAting fishing and trespassing on our premises under penalty of the lawHINDE BAKER March 30timp 01 frriJt rf erI Ir r firfr uTfTATEVERY DEPARTMENT AT ITS BEST BERTHS GREENear Peytpna Shelby county Tuesday Mrs Susie Green of a complication of diseases The remains were brought here for interment in oUr cemetery on Wednes day I rt upANGrIn this ctyjon Mon day morning Air Samuel Urdarig aged 65 years Mr Urdang came here a few years ago from Russia He was living with r Mr S Rosenstein on East Main St Although not in the best of health he was on the street Sunday after noon The remains were taken to Louisville on Tuesday morning for interment v t w 1 SWITzER Dr W F Anderson is visiting relay t lives in Louisville thisjweek and Mrs W1 J Lynn have taken IiDdladw1tlf g LeelNortncfc ff i O iMrfJgarrJeBenedlct is visiting her parentsfMrGe wlfenear- this plac- eBornTo J Mrs Will Romans fine boIMessrs Lynn and Herbert Switzer have been on the sick list for the past week r a Messrs Henry Hockensmlth and W J Lynn attended court in Owenton last Monday Mr Ernest Newton and Miss Ethel Pin iier near this place were married on last Wednesday morning vat the home of the bride We extend to them both our heartiest congratula Lions iM- Mflses Ruth SmilK and Clara Carter r spent last Sundy night With Miss Frona Stigers Mr and Mrs E R Jones and daughter last Sunday evening withrMrlJohn Scott and wife- FORGFTME NOT ISSTH ANNIVERSARY OF ODD PEL V UOW8HIP v78 Imhe Odd fellows of this city cele the 88th anniversary of the establishment of the order on Monday nightgbig class was initiated Into the of the order 1About O30 the crowd adjourned to tie Fra kfort Hotel where an ele gant banquet was spread- A number of fine speeches were made and a splendid time was had There seems a general revival In all the benevolent orders in this city I Ladies Readytowear Suits f Your kind of Suits Jackets nnd Skirts Superbly stylish and inexpen sively priced Collections very complete Stylish Wobl Jumper Suits 1250 to 5QO value 1000 r Handsome Wool Suits Specials at 1950 Pretty Eton Suits Special for next week 1000 Shirtwaists The Acorn Brand best fitting pret tiest styles Neat lace trimmed 100 Elaborate styles 250 to 500 COWBOY AMBITIONS THWARTED Two youths by the name of Chester Latham and Claude Peed of Owings vllle were arrested on Thursday evening upon the arrival of the C 0 train at 614 oclock Officers H DaVI Harrod and Ed Pierce were directed to make the ar rests upon the faith of a dispatch from Mr Samuel Latham the father of young Latham The boys had started out to become cowboys and were greatly cha grined when they were captured and lodged In Castle Bridges They were sent home yesterday morning One of the lads had sold a horse which he owned and with the pro ceeds they decided to see the ele phant They were apparently about 17 or 18 years of age Preyentics will promptly check a cold or the Grippe when taken early or at the sneeze stage Preventics cure seated colds as well Preventics are little candy cold cure tablets and DrJ Shoop lUttje Win will Madly mail you samples and a book on Colds free if you will write him The sam ples prove their merit Check early Colds with Preventics and stop Pneu monia Sold in 5c and 25c boxes all dealers TOBACCO RAISERS BIG BARBE- CUEy The tobacco raisers of the blue grass held a magnificent reunion and barbe cue at Lexington on Thursday If they had had the ordering of the day they could not have had one that better fitted the purposes of the crowd There was a tremendous crowd present from all over this section of the State and as far west as Louis yule Congressman W P Kimball de livered the address of welcome and everyone who has ever heard him knows that when be is at his best as he was on this occasion that he was well worth hearing A number of other gentlemen ad dressed the crowds after which the splendid burgoo and barbecued meats prepared by the only Gus Jaubert was heartily partaken of The impetus given to the A S E by this meeting was marvelous Nearly all the tobacco raisers of this section have signed their 1907 crop GINGER SNAPS OF DAYS You never forget those ginger snaps Aunt Em used to make When us boys were out late at night after all the folks had retired at 930 p m we always sneaked Into the pantry before I Dress Goods Silks An admirable array ofnew goods has been carefully selected notable for its wide rangeof colorings superiority of weaves and novelty effects i 80 inch Suiting special at 48c Special sale of Silks worth 100 and 125 at Sec Wash Goods White Goods Youll wonder at the beauty and at the price of these white and colored wash fabrics 80 inch Persian Lawn lOc B2 inch Persian Lawn loc 80 inch India Linen 25c 80 inch all Linen Colored Linens 25c F IV El R H 1 CHILDHOOD going to bed and nipped out a handful of Aunt Ems ginger snaps and a glass of milk and sat around and read and ate and ate and read as long as the food lasted or as long as we dared to sit up Things to eat were made much better then Aunt Ems rule called for one pint of honey one teaspoonful ol ginger and one teaspoonful of soda dissolved In a little water and two eggs Mix all then work in all the flour possible roll very thin and bake In a moderately hot oven Made like this the only complaint of the woman folk was that their cookies didnt last In the presence of the boys those snaps disappeared like autumn leaves before a violent gales JURY DISAGREED The jury in the case of Bill Britton cliarged with complicity in the mur der of Thos Cockrell of Breathitt county disagreed and were finally discharged by Judge Parker 01 the Fay ette Circuit Court The case was tried at Lexingtqn where Cockrell died The jury atood 4 for conviction of murder in the first degree and 8 for acquittal DOING BUSINESS AGAIN When my friends thought I was about to take leave of this world on account of indigestion nervousness and general debility writes A A Chisholm Treadwell N Y and when it looked as if there was no hope left I was persuaded to try Electric Bitters and I rejoice to say that they are curing me I am now doing busi ness again as of old and am still gaining daily Best tonic medicine- on earth Guaranteed by all druggists 50c For the Roundabout OUR FATHER In Loving Remembrace of our dear husband and father William Duke who died April 28th 1902 A treasure unforgotten has left this world of woe We laid our darling papa in the silent grave below In love he lived In peace he died His life was aaked but God denied Gone nut not forgotten our hearts say every day In the five long years since you have passed away We think of you with sadness whener tbs day we greet But In that world of happiness Some day dear papa we will meetI FROM HIS LOVING WIFE AND CHILDRENI ttRtr Early Risers The fsmoiM Httto T OLD TAYLOR pIMOY THE PREMIERWHIS K E N T U C K K f EH TAYLOR Jr 8QNtAProprletora r Frankfort Kentucky IAM INo2 1No54 Lace Curtains Carpets Mattings Rugs The Orient and Occident meet in our carpet department arid vie with each otherin richness of display 1500 9x12 Brussels Rug 1250I2000 9x12 Velvet Rug 1800 Special Sale Matting at Special Sale Matting at Special Sale 150 Lace Curtains at 100 Handsomest display of curtains in Frankfort from 250 to 1000 I LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMARY OF TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE NOV 18 19CO ASTBOUNlf WESTBOUND No Dally Leave Leave P M the 18c 80c 21c Itatlon 11 155785 2T Lexington0 eos 813 810 Winchester 0 912 826 L E Junction 900 912 410I140 Clay City 825 IJ910 Stanton 815 440 Campton Junction 748 951 457 Torrent 780 8d1017 618 62BcattyviUe Junction 707 311085 lega t 70g1048 11J5 Ig K Junction 616 211120 610 LAr E Tvmnfirm Trains and Swill make connections with the 0 AO Ry for Mt Sterling Cam CeapRpafrmrillfi Junction s L A for pas and from Beattyrille O 1F JUnctlOnTrainsNos8 and connect withthe 048 Y By for l10 A K By W McDOWELL CHARLES SCOTT General Manager OPA AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY IOHIO = No Ex ShadStations A LTclPM Lee IAKArpKAr rIo128 Lee City 610 741 122 Heltchawa 618 i716 Cannel City 646 1222I 2fos and will make close connection O k K Junction with Nos and points the Lexington and Eastern Railway L CONLBT WANTED 10 men in each State to travel distribute of our goods and tack signs Salary 8500 per month 800 per day for expenses SAUNDERS CO Department P Jackson Boulevard Chicago Ills 178m COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsHew FOR B ONSUMPTION OUGH8 and OLDS I50cS100 Free Trial fiuiwt and Quicket Cure for all THROAT and LUNG or MONEY BACK Tee Blue Grass Nurseries Lexington Kyj Offer for the large11e Fruit and Ornamental Trees Eicr greens Grape Vines Asparagus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small Fruits WE HAVE NO AGENTS Strawberry and General Catalogues on application to H F Hillenmeyer Song 1Feb 283m IH ExSundI INo1 IAMAr II M at on M Superintendent samples KILLTHI B017n- US DailyEx franlfort GinCinnatl BD The Midland Route Local Time Table IN EFFECT JANUABY 28 1907 IAMI DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY M No81 FNo81 2 LT D Frankfort Ar 7i6Summit Elkhorn 219 Switzer 8 Stamping Ground 1043 6 236 669 05If Johnson 1030 0 712 Georgetown 6 715 C S 9 2 726 Newtown 864 6 01ICenterville 811 737 Elizabeth 8 l 48eConnects ot Georgetown Union Depot with Q It C KentuckyCentral ANBETWEEN FBAKEFOKT ClNCJ NAT VIA P MAlIl PM Frankfort Arj 7i5- 8t5 IL Georgetown Arl 6 0 Ito BETWEEN CINCINNATIVIA A1f P M P lt 6 Lv Frankfort Ar 7 716 261 LT Georgetown Ar 620 LT Paris Ar 6 Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKY CENTRAL B R POINTS 26A17241P 44P 6 UP A Winchester L 09A 346P 16P 9 60A A Maysville L 16P 24A ACynthiana L 602P 64P A Richmond L 166P 80A A Cincinnati 285ag- oB HARPER CWHATGPres andGenl Snpt A 4 TfteFranKfortRouniiaDoutl Entered at the postotllce at Frankfort Ken tucks as secondclass timilublo matter OEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT APRIL 27 1907 CALLS NEW PASTOR The First Presbyterian Church of this city at a congregational meeting held on Sunday last elected Rev J L Eelgler of Pottsvllle Penn to the pastorate of that church Mr Zelgler is said to be a highly cultivated and able minister and comes with high encomiums from those churches which he has served heretoforeHe preached In this church sev eral times and delighted the congrega Lions with his able sermons It is generally understood that Mr Zeiglerl will accept the call and take charge of the church in the nearI future We extend to him the best wishes of all the Christian people of this city for his success in his new work and in the building up of this historic old church and of the Masters cause DROPPED DEAD Mr George M Gallehue son of the late Mr Chas Gallehue was at work plowing at the Almshouse on Mon day when he droped dead as is sup posed from heart failure Mr Gallehue was 69 years of age and was born and raised near the Forks of Elkhorn this county and was a member of a large family of sons and daughters several of whom have pased away in the last few years The remains were taken to the old home near the Forks of Elkhorn on Tuesday afternoon and interred in the family burying ground He wag a clever Inoffensive man and had lived almost his entire life in this county He leaves four brothers William Charles John and Joseph Gallehue and one sister residing in Indiana to mourn his death rea rADDRESSED FREDERICK DOUG LAS FORUM Rev Wm Crowe of the Southern Presbyterian Church the addresses second in the series of be fore the colored asociation known as the Frederick Douglas Forum on Monday night at St Johns A M E ChurchMr Crowe was introduced to the large audience by Dr E E Under wood the President He was at his best and delivered a splendid ad dress replete with inspiration advice and counsel He showed the true relations that should subsist between the two races which would make for the best interests of both C W B M AND SUNDAYSCHOOL MEETING Will be Held Here Next Week May 2d and 3d Excellent Program Announced for Session Committees have been apolnted and arrangements are being made among the congregation of the Christian Church here for the entertainment of the Ninth District Sundayschool and C W B M Convention which will meet here Thursday and Friday May 2d and 3d Mrs John T Gay is Din trict Manager and Miss Eva IjJuckols Secretary of the C W Br M Conven tion while BlI Arnett is President and W G Simpson Secretary of the Sundayschool Convention Arrangements are being made by the ladles committee here to enter tain some two or three huftdred dele gates for two days that they will be here Some of the most prominent women in the State in the O W B M work and ladles of the Sun dayschool movement are expected to be on hand The program for the Convention which has just been pre pared is a very interesting one being as follows Thursday Morning May 2 1030 Devotional ServicesMrs I J Spencer 1015 Report of County Secretaries Fayette Jesamine Mrs J S Bronaugh Woodford Miss Mary Waits ScottMrs W T Griffith Report of Auxiliaries 1040 District Report 1045 Open Discussion of Childrens Work Conducted by Mrs Mary S Walclen 1115 Kentuckys Work Mrs S K YancerE1135 Influence of the C W B M in the HomeMrs J A Holton 1150 Appointment of Committees Thursday Afternoon 200 Song Servicef210 The Bible Chair l YementJ Mrs L W St Cl lrJ225 Benefits of C W B M to ChurchMr Robert Simpsont 245 Solo Miss Edna Bridges 225 The Centennial Mrs A Harrison 325 Report of Committees Obitua ries Time and Place Plan of Work Enrollment Tidings and Junior Build ertl 340 Minutes Thursday Evening Joint Session with the Sunday school 745 Song ServiceH T Dethrick 800 C W B M AddressI J Spencer xv Friday Morning May 3 1010 Devotional Service 1010 Presidents Address B M Ar nett Nlcholasville 1020 The Training of our Teachers a Why train themH C Ken drick Georgetown b How train themM B Hlfner Versaillesc what train themW S Ir vin NicholasvilleId General discussionLed by J W Morrison Our Centennial Enterprise 1110N R Simpson Lexington 1120 Response WoJ Thomas Shelby ille 1130 Wlhat is the Nlnth District DolngR M Hopkins 1145 Appointment of Committees Friday Afternoon 115 Devotional ServiceJ WI Brown Georgetown 125 Business Session- a Report of Committees b Report of Statistician 200 state C E Wfcrk W H Car penter Lexington 210 Round Table Missions in Ken tucky Sundayschools a Foreign F M Rains Cincin nati b HomeG B Ranshaw Cin cinnati c StateH M Elliott Sulphur 315 The Problems of Primary Workta AttendanceHow to Interest the ParentsMrs WJ Thomas Shelby villeb Attention How to Interest the ChildMiss Lelia L Wilhoit Nicho lasville 0 c AdvancementThe Standard of Promotion Mrs Jennie Berkley Lexington 6 lWETS WON After a strenuous fight lasting for over a month the local option election was held at Owensboro on Saturday last As was thU wets won by 442 majority something less than was concededtIn the county of Daviess the drys won by over 1500 majority showing that if the county unit law had ap plied the cause of temperance would have triumphed The effect of Scott oS Emulsion on thin pale children is magical It makes them plump rosy active happy It contains Cod Liver Oil Hypophosphites and Glycerine to make fat blood and bone and so put together that it is easily digested by little folk ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND SlOO r CALL FOR A CONVENTION Of the Friends of Law and Order Throughout Kentucky INeOer hove such splendid victories for righteousness tfBen won in Ken tucky as those put on record in the past twelve months The allied moral forces of the State have re deemed 98 of the 119 counties and contests are being waged in others with strong assurances of success The winning of these splendid vie tprles Is but the initial step in securing what every lover of righteousness desires The law must be enforced This Is the best argument for local option and for every other moral reform that is to be supported by legal enactment and public sentiment To lose the reaping of the fruits of these victories won would be a calamity to all that contributes to the peaceful and law abiding character of the communities affected If a united ef of all Jnterested in the enforce ment of law is speedily and efficiently made it will give a stamina and permanency to our work that will inure the abiding welfare of the State To this end we citizens of Kentucky being earnestly desirous of maintaining the honor of our State and giving her a reputation for the righteous enforcement of law do hereby call upon all friends of law and order to assemble at such a time and place as shall be hereafter determined for the purpose of devising ways and means for securing a Statewide enforcement of our local option laws and such others fcas the Convention may see fit to consider RespectfullyC WOODS Temporary Chairman mayor Richmond Ky L C KELLY Temp Secy Editor The Kentucky Issue Office Masonic Temple Bldg Louisville My We the undersigned heartily approve this pail and commend it to your consideration H K TAYLOR President Kentucky Weslyan College Winchester Ky GEO m SHEPHERD Pastor Richmond Baptist Church- C A TAGUE Pastor Pastor Methodist Church HUGH McLELLjVN Pastor Richmond Christian Church W O FOSTE Pastor Richmond 2d ChrIstian Church HOWARD BROADDUS Pastor Colored Baptist Church Rich mond J ADDISON SMITH Pastor Richmond 1st Presbyterian Church E E WEAVER pastor Richmond 2d Presbyterian ChurchrJ A DAVIS pa torIBaptist Church Madison County C F HIGGINS President j Central Ky Carriage Co Richmond N B DEATHEDAGE ExSheriff and Chairman Madison Co Law and Order League J T GARR Pastor Colored Methodist Church Rich mondTe MINISTER PASITO Rev On Tuesday evening last Dr Gelon H Rout pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Versailles cole brated the 50th anniversary of his marriage to Miss Mary B Young daughter of Rev Dr John C Young President of Centre College Danville and the ladies of his church gave this beloved couple a reception In the church parlors Dr RcJut has been pastor of the Ver sailles Church for 45 years and is still able to preach with all the mental vigor of his youth A service was held at 4 oclock p Im with an address by Rev Dr Guer rant after which the reception oc curred at which a large number of people from a distance as well as a big crowd from the city of Versailles Viand Woodfqrd county attended mighty events have happened in the worlds history since these good people jdlned hands for life and they have been Intensely interested and nc- tive participants in the battle for home for country and for God FALSE ALARM An alarm from box 34 at 730 a m Monday called the department to the planing mill of Messrs Chaote Bros It turned out to be a false alarm as the drumhead of the holler in the mill had blown out but there was no fire t j l11r i j l fr l Pleasant to tdkeI rrWe Laxative Syrup ti NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION jt Ask Your Doctor j And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action bf the bowels wlj n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if youdo nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blow rsJHoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers LJ Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Whe lbo row f Thresher Machine Oil f LITarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK Gr STAGG l Hardware Paints Oils Etc CapitolFoundryJL Machine Go HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in and Repairers of Machinery and Machine Supplies of All Kinds Both New and Secondhand WE HAVE FOR SALE Six horse Power Portable Engine and Boiler Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burraf200 Bushels Capacity fJ BOTH PHONES ra i JrJ1tti aijt i Xj J i tr rAr r Thirty a Days Was My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me One in every four has a weak heart Unless promptly treated a weak heart will easily become a diseased heart A little extra strain from cause is sufficient to bringon this deadly malady the most common cause of sudden death Dr Miles Heart Cure will tone up the hearts action enrich the blood and improve the circulation My trouble began with catarrh and I have always it caused the trouble Ihaye experienced with heart I had the us symptoms sleeplessness lost appetite stipation pal heart and pain around the heart and un der left arm My mother suffered in the sameE way and I suppose mine was an tendency one time I was in agony I suffered so severely and became so that my doctors I could not live thirty days this time I had not slept over two t hours a night on account of nervousness The least exercise such as walking about would bring on palpitation and fluttering ot the heart so severe that have to UP everything and rest Nerve and Liver Pills cured me of constipation and heart symptoms disappeared under influence of Dr Miles New Heart Cure I am in better health than I have been in twelve years and I thank Dr Miles Remedies forit the remedies on earth therare constantly recommending them to my frlendsMRs J CANTRELL Waxahachie Tex All druggists sellanp guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ini KILLED BY C O TRAIN The westbound C 0 train on Tuesday morning ran over Mrs Alice Ann Banks of West Virginia in Win Chester cutting off one leg and part of one hand Mrs Banks was on her way from West Virginia to Jackson Ky and Had just alighted from the train in order to take the L E train to Jackson She became frightened at an approaching train and stepped in front of the train as it got underway with the result indicated Mrs Banks was taken to the hospital in Lexington McCLURES FOR MAY The lra isire of ItcClufes Magazine Is both important and pleasing The IIareI and the Amalgamated Copper Com puny the picturesque campaign of 1900 and reelection of Clark to the Senate and the beginnings of the great legal battle over the Butte Hill 4The Reminiscences of a Long Life by Carl Schurz gives his personal ex periences as a General In the Civil War describe the great leaders and t throw light on many important events of the War Chicago As Seen by Herself pictures those conditions of life in Chicago that have developed as a natural result of its existent gov J ernment which George Kibbe Turner described last month in The City of ago The fifth installment of ry Baker G Eddy tells of the Eddys residence in Lynn her 1Chi disciples and her first years of and success andof her third to Asa Gilbert EddrIreaders of fiction will be delighted withjthe May McCiures r titcontains an Unusually array of ex good st9r sejA Plght in Round by Michael WUUams is a rugged human document dellnlatlng the heroism and devotion of a prize fighter who quit the ring vheny he l married and manfully fought am un equal battle against poverty and Great White Plague which attacked his wife In The Gentle Robber by Margaret Sherwood we ilr dan ab t sorbing allegory of certain aspects of modern life shown in the guise of the middle ages The Little Widow by Mrs Wilson Woodrow Is a spirited comedy of her well known mountain community Zenith The Entrance- of I Ezekiel by Lucy Pratt Is a tale of an amusing black boy who tells make believe stories The Gate j r Jof seven Hundred Virgins tells of resurrected legend and a modern episode of the outfitting of a filllbus tering expedition with which three United States tourists had an venture Edward S Pilsworth us in The Elemental a story of crude manhood that often exists under the rags and tatters of adversity One Way of Peace by Paul Kes tor and The Road at Night by Wil liam Lucius Graves are thoughtful and distinctive poems it1 T 1 t 1rl rl 1 ji d t t tiJiJ k Vk i r f l STAMPING GROUND Mr T J Bruner mall clerk on the Louisville Atlantic R R Versailles to Beattyville has been at home on visit to his family We are glad to konw that the operation upon Mr J L Johnson for nasal catarrh In Cincinnati last week Is successful and it is hoped that he wil soon be well again A big delegation of the A S E at tended the big barbecue at Lexington on ThursdayMr Herrin has sold his inter est in the Roller Mills to Messrs J W Palmer and Samuel Sinkhorn This concern though a new one is doing a fine business Our community was shocked on Sunday morning by the terrible deed of Mr Wm Wilson who suicided by shooting himself behind the ear at 530 a m It seems that he had had domestic trouble loaded up on snake bite and went home about beIcameprotect his mother The be came frenzied struck the boy over the head with the butt of the whip knock Ing him down and rendering him un conscious Thinking he bad killed his boy he rushed Into another room seized his pistol and fired the fatal shot Death was instantaneous Cor loner Moore was notified empanneled a jury who brought in a verdict in acordance with the facts The man leaves a wife and five children The remains were taken to MInorsville Monday for burial Another warning of the woe wrought by strong drink How long will the- people continue to vote for its sale A missionary institute was held this week at the Great Crossings Baptist Church commencing on Tuesday evening On the program for addresses were Rev A Paul Bagby of rresidence Church Woodlake Rev G W mull of this place Rev Dr M Adams of Frankfort Rev Dr Preston Blake of Lexington Rev Dr J J Taylor of Georgetown We ould not obtain any account of the meeting up to the hour we write UNO A STORY ON WILL S HAYS CeCol Hays loves a good story and there are few storytellers who can surpass him After the close of the war in 1867 tike acted as secretary of the late George D Prentice editor of the Louisville Journal I had just published Nora ONeal and Shamus OBrten and this morning received copies from the publisher I was proud of the songs and took their in and laid them on Mr Prentices desk When he finished with his letters he picked up the songs and calling me said Bill what is this Mj last two songs Mr Prentice I anfiwered Well thank God for that said he I should have said latest seeOurc- ountry for April The Story ofaMedicine Its name Golden M dtca Discovery was suggested by one of most import ant and valuable ngredlentstr Golden Seal root Nearly forty years ago Dr Pierce discovered that he co d By of p re triple rofnod glyccrTrio aided by a certain degree of constantly maintained heat and with thbaid of apparatus and appliances designed fdr that purpose ex tract from our most valulablo me dicinal roots thbjr properties much better than by the fisbf alcohol so generally employed So noV world famed Golden Medical pfscovery for the cure of weak stomach lndlgestion or or biliousness and kindred derangements was first It ever sin e has ti n without a particle of alcohol its mil up a t u list of wlApperIvaluable medicinal rdtMound growing In our American forestSi All In redlents have receive ro s o men 1r m t esf e ex I v r c se t o0 of t ese en orsements been compiled by Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo and will be mailed free to any ono asking same postal card or letter addressed to tho Doctor as above From these endorsements copied from standard medical books of all tho differ ent schools of it will be found 1that the ingredients composing the Gold en Medical Discovery are advised not for the euro of tho above mentioned diseases but also for tho cure of all ca tarrhal bronchial and throat affections with catarrhal discharges hoarseness sore throat or wastingsproperly treated arc llabloHo terminate in consumption Take Dr Pierces Discovery In time and persevere In Its use until It a fair trial It Is not likely to disappoint Too much must not of It will not perform miracles It will not cure consumption in Its advanced stages No medicine It irtll euro tho affections that load up to consumption if taken In time pt t will give us pleasure show you our present offerings fine and medium priced furniture the sort that is both appropriate and durable shall also glad to tell of our liberal partial payment plunMv little a time as yotrr income permits R FINE HOG FOR SALE Large Yearling Registered Berk shire Boar Bourbon King 2d 90936 for sale by William T Luscher Frankfort Ky Old phone 615 304t BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Parr Division Leave Lexington every hour from 0 a m to 7pm and at 9 and p m Leave Paris every hour from 0 a to 7 p m and 10 p m Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 680 a m to 780 pm and at 9 qnd p m Leave Leave Georgetown evert hour from OilOa m to 8 15 p m at 10 p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from tt e m and at 9 and 11 p m Leave Versaillesin very hour from 646 a ni to 645p m and at b16 and 10 p m T Phone 610 Home Phone 174 T GUNN Manager 2tf TABLEIRAILROAD TIME WEST BOUND No 19 L N Frankfort Accom modation departs 635 a m daily ex cept Sunday No 61 L N departs 755 a m Sunday 6Jy No 21C O Via Shelbyvllle departs 920 a m daily Nol 17 L N departs 940 a m daily except Sunday No 15L N departs 320 p m daily except Sunday No 23 c 0 Via Shelbyville departs 615 p m daily EAST BOUND No 18 L iI N leaves 960 a m daily except Sunday No 22 C leaves 1018 a in daily Nix 16 N leaves 435 pm daily except Sunday No L Nj Frankfort Accommodative arrives 615 p daily ex ceptSundayNo 0 leaves 759 p m daily No 62 L N leaves 826 p m onlyC trains arrive and depart from Seventh Street Station Louis villeL 8 N trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive and depart from Tenth and Broadway Station Accommodation arrives and departs from First and Water Street Station F Leaves for Paris620 a m Returns 1125 m Leaves for Paris 200 p m Returns 720 pr m J W WATSON Ticket AQ Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule iu Nov 25 1900 sub ject to change without notice Limited for LoulsvilKNi sUvllloMo K phis West and Southwest 920 A M 014 P M Daily Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1016 A M and 801 P M Dally 28lyr i b H Buy Furniture e h Fconomically Extravagance consists buying the wrong thing the wrong price- Economy consists in buying t pricefIf you are truly economical you will not buy furniture merely because it is cheap It should boughtfirst for its appropriatenessand sec ond for its durability It to In be you at ROGERS SONS E R p L 20 in n and in at be we LET US FIGURE FOR YOU The cost of Painting and Repairing your Vehicle t TA good vehicle isjworth saving and frequently a small amount exJ f ipended will double its life if neglected will cost you a new one Drop us a card and our representative call to see you Now is lthe time to have your vehicle overhauled and painted j Seller Carriage GoIVERSAILLES KY K WARD President C M BROWSING Sec and Treas tt 6rt 7 ary a A Happy New Year IB assured to all users of PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR For Sale by all Grocers Send us your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit and Produce HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones m AM READY TO MAKE THE B- ESTPHOTOS And all Styles of Portraits and Groups at my new Gallery South Frahldortr Bridge St Everything new Call on the Relia ble Photographer H G MATTERN IFfL WE SELL THE BEST THAT IS WHAT WE DOi We sell the Best Watches Clocks Jewelry DiaYndrids Etc i To be Found in the State Call and examine our Splendid isor ment You are not compelled to buy Just say you want to examine the Finest Line of Goods i in 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 J NI A SELBERTJ MARRIEDf DEJVEnSLANCASTERAtloproyi dence Baptist Church Woodlake on i Wednesday Mr John T Devers and + MUss Ida Lancaster were married by i Rev A Paul Bagby NEVTONTINCHERAt the Forks of Elkhorn on Wednesday Mr Ernest Newton and Miss Alice Tlncher were marri ClevelandfDR DDaBRIDGESIn Newport Kyton Moptlay evening April 22 Mv Edwin M Dryden of Dayton Ohjg if and Miss Edna Bridges of this cly weremarried 4Mr Drydenis the third son of Mrs I Catherine J Dryden and the late Mr John B Dryden Sr of this city and I fsa firstclass manipulator of the t lynotype and an all around good printer s His bride is the only daUgHterof Mrs John C Bridges of this city and is a handsome young lady and an ac complished vocalist 4 5 The young couple left Immediately for their home at Dayton Ohio i l j JMINAGUAM1cDONALDIn Minagua this J 3 and MUss Halite McDonald were mare tried at the residence bf the brides k mother on Holmes street by Rev f John Stuart Mills- EXCURSION ro i 5 TO LOUISVILLE TO = MORROW Fare 125 for Round Trip i The L N R R will run an ex cursion train from Lexington Frank fort and intermediate points tomor row Sunday The train will leave Lexingtonat 7 a m and Frankfort atI f 807 a m Will reach Louisville 1025 a m Returning leaves Unio iStation Tenth and Broadwayt atjB p m Fare for round trip only 125 from this city Tickets only good on special train a4 Big game of base ball Louisville v St Paul FOUND DEAP r On Thursday just after noon Mr Pat Noonan who boards with Mr Jas W Harrodj on High street was found dead in his room v tMr Noonan was 75 years of age and one of the best stonemasons who ever i lived in this city He hadhot been fee1lqg yery Well for sometime but no one dreamed that theehd was so near He was a genial clever man and had many warm friends In this city where he had lived over fifty years He is survived by three children Mrs John Hogan Mrs Charles Des mond and Mr John Noonan and a large circle of relatives and friends The funeral services were conducted from the Church of the Good Shepherd yesterday afternoon an the remains were laid away by the side of his wife in the Catholic Cemetery DR SHOOP FAMILY MED CO RACINE WIS fwe1justof Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy It lsa s1 ow white creamy healing antiseptic balm that gives instant re lief to Catarrh of the nose and throat Make the free test and see Addrcsp jaJlMcents t 4- G RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinn rector services at follows 930 a m Sundayschool in the chapel 11va m Prayer and sermon 4Wednesday at 730 pmThe public generally invited to at tendJ BAPTIST HRev Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and i 3u p m Sundayschool at 945 in the chapel Baraca class at 945 a m taught by the Pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 645 p m In the chapeL Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 7 30 in the chapel Visitors cordially Invited Seat tree CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 pin Sundayschool At 930 L m in the chapel Chriatlan Endeavor Societymeet at 70p in the chapel ssr- Prayermeeting on Wednesday peen Ing at730 oclock in the Chapel The junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCHR Father Thomas S Major rector tLow Mass at 730 a m afc High Mass at 10 L nt Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Louisvillenm p m Sundayschool t 930 L n Young Peoples Soclt7of Christina Bndeavor at 630 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730p in1 Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J Cv A Vaught Pastor w111 preach at ll amvand 730 jp m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting on Wednesday eyeD ing at 7 30 p m Fverytiodyinvited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the pas tor will preach at 11 a m and 730 9 ni Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 L m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p Everybody invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school at 300 oclock p m lTHORN HILLThere will be Sun indthe schoolhouse at 3 oclock p mI BIG GIFT FOR EDUCATION O- FNEGESIN SOUTH IA Philadelphia I Quakeress Miss T Jeanes has given 1000000 foritheSouth on rudimentary lines If prop erly handled it will be of inestimable value to the race Syr Weser Treatment SJIRP tM tblood i Cr ta tor 1apUeu j t BIItTH3STEV- NSON In Louisville on Wednesday to Mr A D Stevenson and wife nee Rose McEnnisad- aughter TOOMBSIn Louisville on Monday to Mr Joseph Tbombs and wifea son RAILEYIn Berkley Cal on Sunday Ito Mr Morton L Ralley and Srife a daughtery 4 Mr Rotiley and1 family formerly lived on the old Len Cox place and removed to California about eighteen months ago Mrs Rail y was a California lady is highly cultivated Their friends here rejoice at the advent of the little lady HON A T 8ILER NOMINATED The Republican Convention of the Third Railroad Commissioners Dis trict met at Mt Sterling on Wednes day last t v There train over tile L every wasaerial iesin the din trict beint eptfise tedv Hon JL T Slier of Whitley county was hoEafiiatcja y acclamation for r- eTedCsletpubJtcan l by 10000 Daj rl ty and MrtiSUerisassur Of election t9J qPE TRAIN ij 4y 1ya Tlerwas 4pecal iran over the L Nxnon on Thursday- carrying a big crpwnof farmers were going up to attend the big barbe cue and speaking given by the American Sdcety of Equjty otherwise the Tobacco Growers i Association It passed through tits city about 830 a m u DOES ANY ONE KNOW THIS GEN TLEMAN FrankfortRouidailoux Frankf rt Ky Dear SirA telegram has been received announcing the death on April 23d of Mr Matthew Davidson of Moberl Missouri Wr pavtdson rs was a prominent Citizen of Frankfort and was well known throughout theI State Possibly some of your readers may be Interested in him especially the older residents of your city I therefore you of the fact Mr Davids6n Was about seventy five years old and is survived by his wife who was MUss Elvira Tyndall of Shelby county Kentucky YerY trulyIff REMAINS 1NTERRED HEREI The Infant son of Mr W E Simms and wife of Woodburn who died in an infirmary at Lexington on Tues day were brought to our cemetery on Wednesday afternoon for interment The little felow was the grandson of the late Mr 4J A Alexander of Woodburn 1 GEN H B LYON DROPS DEAD IGen Henry B Lyon exRepresenta Lyon county and a brave soldier dropped dead on his farm on Thursday last 18TH ANNIVERSARY Mr J H Williamson and wife cele brated the 18th anniversary of their marriage on Thursday evening They had d few friends to take tea withI them A large number will wish this couple many happy returns ofI the eveningII I aI d J Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair Street IF YOU BUY IT AT SKLBERT8 ITS GOOD MRS FISKES EARLY CAREER Most of the matter that has been written about Mrs Fiskes career peals with her achievements since her return to the stage ten years ago after a retirement of several years following he marriage to Harrison Grey Fiske Full of interest as this story is the early chapters in this actress stage life should jaot be overlooked for it was then that the foun dation was laid for the great suc cesses she has had In recent years Those were the days when Mrs Flske was known as Minnie Mad dern and found herself at the age of fourteen the youngest star on the American stage The vehicle for her appearance was a play called Foggs Ferry in which Mad dern played a romping hoyden She had then had eleven years experience before the footlights for she began at the age of three in the part of the Duke of York in Richard III Mrs Fiske was born to the stage for her mother Elizabeth Maddern was a prominent actress and her father Thomas W Davey the manager of a circuit of theatres in the southwest From the time of her first appearance Mrs Hake acted almost continuously appearing in childs parts in support of many of the best known actors time She soon displayed an ability unusual in one of her years and successfully depicted characters beItoreJbeatrelAmongport she played were Charlotta Loc lerq E L Davenport Mrs Scott Sid dons Laura Keene Lucille Western Bouclcault Junius Brutus Booth and Yankee Locke In the famous revival of King John at Booths theatre in New York with Edwin Booth J B Booth and Agnes Booth in the cast Mrs Fiske played 1rlnce Arthur Shel was the origi ttai LfttJQ Fritz with J K Emmet and was at one time a member of a juvenile opera company that pre sented Pinafore At the age of eleven sac played the Widow MeK notte InThe Lady of Lyons with remarkable sucess Another part in which she was a favorite was Clip InTbe Messenger from Section It was her success JalYISI perhaps that led her to somewhat similar character in Ferry Established as a star ndw her subsequent offerings were of more importance Perhaps her greatest part during her early career was in Caprice the memory of which still delights those who saw her winsome captivating preforraance Other offerings of those days were Feather Drain and In Spite of AllMost- ot ner roles were in the vein of comedy but there were glimpses even then of the talent for dramatic acting of which she has since given much conspicuous evidence But despite her many successes in serious roles Mrs Fiske still remains an accom plished comedienne as Is proven by her performance in Divorcons in Becky Sharp and in her present play The New York Idea which she will present at Capital Theatre Wednesday May 8 Regulates bowels promotes easy natural movements cures con stipation Doans Regulets Ask your druggist for thfiWX25Vcsntfla box i iimI 411 ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of letter remaining uncalled for in the FrankIfort Ky postofilce for the week end ing April 27 Adkins Ashcraft HardintfAustin Dr F W t Ball G S k 4 Barnett Mrs Laura + r Bohenoic TowetColeman F J + Duard Mrs Lucinda j Gorton Mrs Lizzie rff t Gosett MerianiHansley JobntHorn Miss Ruth j 1 Hughes J R Wi j Hyatt Mrs Sarah T jKinney Camel rLivesayLynd Grey lWoge Miss Lorettta Murphey Miss Minnie Offutt Dr J NiPilcher Louisa ro Railey Frank t 1 Ratcliff Will N v- Rustay Charles ftw r Seals Frank ii tiTbomasr Thomas Frank r Tyler W C Vv Webb MOs Belle Williams Joe Lr I y Whaler John Willis Mrs Lula f Whirrett T J Woods C H When calling for any of the bore letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M NORMAL SCHOOLS WIN In the suit to test the constitution ality of the act of ihe last Legislature appropriating 50000 to the two State Normal Schools JOcated at Richmond and Bowling Green the Court of AP- peals has rendered a decision affirm ing the validity of the law Tile letta big victory for popular education h Bees Onward No 80587 Son of the mighty Onward out of rthe great Almont Laura S bred by R P Pepper Son Frankfort foaled 1895 and sold to the Hon Clem Studebaker South Bend Ind of Wagon fame as the premier of his stud and now purchased from his es tate IFrankforthome of the Onward family Seal brown stallion 15 high by Onward No 1411 Laura S by Almont 33 second fr Black Duchess by Black Rat handsIdam Corine by Mambrlno Chief breeding better than this A ring breeder Twoyear old 12 kFeeT G DAILEJY KyII ii t y v rJ ffi1C1 7f Tf f quyts Pr t rr r i t WTTSBURG ELECTRIC WELDED PBICB JTHE r r f Electric Weld UnSEffected Even by White Heat THE WELDJ THATH m The Weld That Held4 f r 0 PITTSBURGaf W PERFE C T i f it t 1 g 1 J r Farmers Xtiketo Know That Joints Neverff Pull Apart The Fenc6 That Gives Universal II 1 I Satisfaction and PurcliaisiBrGbts Hfe Moneys i WorthI l LJ J II r ac wwr J1 l id+ w r r rl PITTSBURGPERFEC3E r POULTRY FENCEiJlt lii Note hoar close these wires are Honestly 3dd Yoil think chickens Ii i cad go through that of L j It ri pna- z THEN WE ALSO HAVE T- HEMCribt c J JJl11 Fences MjjSiJ r h r1 r th J fDhis fence nay be used for various purposes Wej carry a full I t K Ji Stock of thert Nit I Pittsburg Perfector And would be pleased to have Y 11 call and examine our fences and get prices f nul P C SOWBR GO i HARDWARE AND STOVE MERCHANTS 307SO MAIN STREET i BOTH PHONESi j tof 4 1 1tI 1 t IJR itf ti tn 1 I i II Supremacy in Woman H Oxfords f Its a matter of fact that the McClure store sells more Womens Oxfords especially in the finer gradesthan any two other stores in town combined i This would not be so if you did not find here more styles newer stylesIbetter styles and more widths and sizes than other stores offer CtOf course you want to make your selection from the largest variety and the best variety J f Queen LQuality Oxfords ready 250 to 350I f J rN i FI Zvi c oxi JRB soivrINCORPORATED 1- LCATCH IT IN THE NECK The rectifiers who have been resisting the payment of the tax of 1 cents per gallon upon all goods put up by them received a decided set back on Friday last when the Court of Ap- peals6 Judge Hobson writing upheld the constitutionality of the act of the Legislature of 1906 assessing that sum upon goods rectified This Is a heavy Jolt and it follows Up the regulation of the Government requiring them to label their goods Just what they are It is also a big victory for the straight whisky men- RUNAWAYS CAPTURED Sarah Harrison and Maggie Hol land two inmates of the Institute for FeebleMinded Children ran away Saturday afternoon and boarded the C O train for the East They were recaptured in Lexington by the police Upon notice from the authorities here MULCAHY DEFEATED The Democratic primary election to nominate a candidate for the Legisla ture for Woodford county was held on Saturday last The Candidates were Mr Edward Miulcahy a wealthy farmer the present Representative and Mr Harry Schoberth a young at torneyMr Schoberth received the nomina tion by a majority of 17 votes The votes stood Schoberth 515 Mulcahy 49V Mr Schoberth is a nephew of Capt Chas W Vogler 01 this city COMPANIES OF STATE NATIONAL GUARDS INSPECTED Maj J C F Tillson 4th U S In fantry inspected Battery A and the Signal Corps Capts Longmire and Donaldson on Tuesday night in the staff officers of the Governor were also Inspected What Maj Tillsons report will be can only be surmised though it is supposed to be Kidneys Weak Kidneys surely point to weal kidney Nerves The Kidneys like tho Heart and the Stomach find their weakness not in tho organ itself but In the nerves that control and guide and strengthen them Dr Shoops Restorative Is a medicine specifically prepared to reach these controlling nerves To doctor tho Kidneys alone is futile It is a waste of time and of money ai your back aches or weak if tho urine scalds or is dark and strong if you have symptoms of Brlghts or other distressing or dangerous kid nay disease try Dr Shoops Restorative a month ablets or Liquid and see what It can and will for you Druggist recommend and se- llJr i 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drug store was I able to find anything that would give me relief The use of this remedy gradually les sened the aching until it stopped and good sound refreshing sleep followed The difficulty with the kidney secre tions was also greatly relieved As a result my health became considerably better than it had been for months before I commenced the use of Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the nameDoansand take no other Baby wont suffer five minutes with croup If you apply Dr Thomas Eclec trio Oil at once It acts like magic CATHARINE WAUGH McCULLOCH J P Mrs McCulloch who was elected Justice of the Peace at Evanston Ill the other day Is eminently quail fled for the office She Wta graduate of Rockford College and of the 1aw school of the Northwestern University In 1886 she was admitted to the bar In Illinois and in 1898 to practice before tile Supreme Court of the United States She has been a mem ber of the Illinois Bar Association for 16 years Such time as she could spare from the duties attending upon caring for her small children has been devoted to the law practice of Mc Culloch McCullocli of Chicago the other garner being her husband Frank H McOulloch Mrs McCullocli Is the author of the bill which makes Illinois mothers joint guardians of their children and of the bill raising the age of consent from 14 to 16 years She has served on the Legislative Committee of the Illinois Federation of Womens Clubs is a member of the Chicago Woman Club and legal adviser of the National Woman Suffrage Association A slight woman physically and gentle of manner Mrs McCulloch is womanly in the truest sense of the term i COUNTY COURT DAYS Following is a list of the days unty courts are held each month in ounties which are contiguous byj reason of facilities by rail to the capitalJnderson Lawrenceburg 3d Monday Bath Owingsville =2d Monday Bourbon Paris3d Monday Boyle Danville 3d Monday 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