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THE FRANKFORf iIROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TOE OCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS Tuiwrs LaO In Advance rVOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY ATURDAY JUNE 8 I907No 34 ASSIGNMENTS IN INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE ire following are tho June as al ments of storekeepers and gang ers n the Seventh District N IStoll Co Lexington JoinT Gunn day W T Sellers additional and bottling T H Shel by ganger No Kentucky River Distillery Frankfort W S Lyne day J R Spiers lonal B McElroy additional alt Kash bottling CN Wiard r No 3rThte H E Pogue Distillery Compaijfl jAHaysville J S Walling mealItroopl J R Dagley additional and i t rngj H G Holliday night P DyWellsV gauger No 4W A Gaines Co Frank SortW D Blanding day R L Zimmerman additional W P Bacon additional T J Craig meal room I T West additional W IL Sneed bottling E W Lane night S A Powell and D B Walcutt gaugersNo Jas E Pepper Co Lex ington J R Sams day T E Old ham additional Amos Griffith ad ditional and bottling D C Berry man gauger No 6 Poyntz Brothers Compa ny Maysville Oscar GrIgsby store keepergaugerNo Greenbaum Midway J W Black day S L Williams ad- ditionalr P G Powell additional- E E Price mealroom P P Par rish bottling B E Smith night W T Crosthwalt gauger No 10 Peacock Distillery Com pan Klserton N A Moore day It D Grant mealroom G L Hough additional and bottling Will Robin son night W W Cherry gauger No l1S C Herbst Frankfort J H Murray day J G Barnett ad ir lftSitiinSl and bottllnsH T Gaines J gauger No 14G G White Company ParIsIt Straus day Z J Phelps additional J M Walker bottling D C Berryman auger No 17Old McBrayer Distillery Company Mt Sterling J J Kearns day J M Stevenson mealrcom U G Carey additional and bottling W E Proctor night A G Leonard gaugerNo 24J H Rogers Co Mays villeW C Slye day Frank Hart lug additional and bottling P D Wells gauger No 32Jolla T Barbee Co Ver sailles C H Talbott day George T Montjoy additional and bottling S D Pinkerton gauger No 33George Baker Frankfort J M Russell day Speed F Owen additional and bottling D E Reid mealroom E B Davis additional J H Day night John Stephanski gauger No 37Jno Cochran Co Frank fortJ L Cox day L H Finn ell additional and bottling H T Gaines gaugerNo 46Jas E Pepper Co Lex ingtonF G Sparks day E F Darnaby additional and bottling T H Shelby gauger No 52 Labrot Graham Frank TortE Craig day J T Berry ad ditional and bottling S S Pinker ton gauger No 53E H Taylor Jr Sons Frankfort J G Brawner day L A Slade additional C P Gibbs meal room H C Everett additional T L Whlttaker bottling L R Diggs night J M Burbrldge gauger No 50W J Frazier Versailles P H Feeny storekeeper gauger No 77Parls Distilling Company ParlsJ H Hutchcraft day A B Piper additional W G Cook bot tling D C Berryman gauger No 91J J M Saffell Frank fortA W Nazor day Geo T Scearce additional and bottling C N Wiard gauger No 96J N Blakemore Farm daleH S Sinclair storekeeper gauger No ion Buffalo Springs Distillery Company Stamping GroundS P Willis day John Stephanski gang ere I No 106W A Gaines Co Frankfort F Fannln dayt L F T HooseIH M Whittington additional Hen Winor bottling R B Woodford night T L McConnell L L Lemaster and H S Bell gaugers No 113The Geo T Stagg Company Frankfort W B Anderson day P S Rule additional W A Hamilton additional D Harp bot- tlIng H T Gaines gauger No 341J T Harper Gimlet Rolla Fannln storekeepergauger No 343D O Williams Blaine C L Osborne storekeeperganger No 347 Garvia Brothers Limestone J M Patrick storekeeper gaugergNo 348Sparks Conn Gimlet J P Blair storekeepergauger- No 252G W Fannin Isonville J C Holbrook storekeepergauger General Bonded Warehouse No1 Lexington A V Combs and W F Croghan storekeepergangers General storekeeper gauger Lex ingtonR A GeeralLexington rectifying houses Shannon Co Jas E Pepper Co R S Strader Son T H Shelby gauger Frankfort Rectifiers J P Williams T L McConnell gauger MY BEST FRIEND Alexander Benton who lives on Rural Rout 1 Fort Edward N Y saysffDr Kings New Discovery Is my best earthly friend It cured me of asthma six years ago It has also performed- a wonderful cure of incipient con sumption for my sons wife The first bottle ended the terrible cough and this accomplished the other symptoms left one by one until she wa perfectly well Dr Kings Discoverys power over coughs arid colds is simpl marvelous No other remedy has ever equaled it Fully guaranteed all druggist 50c and 100 Trial bottle free JUDGE OREAR TO DELIVER BACCALAUREATE DRESS Chief Justice E C ORear of the Court of Appeals will deliver the Baccalaureate Address to the gradu sting class of Kentucky University Law School Lexington on Wednesday next June 12 at 1030 oclock This gives assurance that the students will hear an able scholarly and eloquent address A FORTUNATE TEXAN Mr E W Goodloe of 107 St Louis St Dallas Tex sa1sflIn the past year I have become acquainted with Dr Kings Life Pills and no laxative I ever before tried so effectually dis poses of malaria and billiousness They dont grind nor gripe 25 cents at all drug stores A HOUSE OF GOVERNORS If the proposed House of Govern ors offers an addittoiisafeguard to the form of our republic and to representative governmo Jet us by all means have ItI Its cotivdcatiou requires no federal acta The legisla tures of the several States are com petent on their ownjpnltlative to create and maintain meetings and nothing but good can come of such a gathering which jis powerless hi other respects as1 Its mission would be corrective not creative leg islation and heaven knows our na tional statute books are tilled with errors that cry aloud ifor correction and for which there Is no obvious remedy 4 Wisconsin one of tie most pro ressive States of the Union has be fore its assembly at this moment a resolution requesting the Governors of various States to meet in Indianapolis this fall to discuss uniformi ty of legislation It is probably too late this year to secure similar action in other States but there is a next year and a next aud eventual y the House of Governors will as sembleOur Country for June BLOCKADED Every Household lifif Frankfort Should Know How to Resist ItctiThee the kid neys are blockaded I Help the kidneyswith their 6workThe back will then ache no more Lots of proof that Doans Kidney Pills do this Hf Its the best proof for it comes from Frankfort jsWingate Thompson Ice officer fortKy3cient for any one to endure but troublye with the kidney secretions which embarrass you during the day and breaks your sleep at night it is no wonder the sufferer is miserable and welcomes the means he employes to get relief It is hard enough for anyone to endure all such suffering and misery but for one as heavy as myself it seems to come doubly as hard It was not until I learned about Doans Kidney Pills that I found a remedy that would do just what Is claimed for It I procured a box of J W Gayles drug store and their use corrected the action of the kidney secretions relieved the dreadful aching in my back and helped me in every way There is no need to have any doubt about Doans Kidney Pills as they do ex actly as represented For sale by all dealers Price 5 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other i SHINGLES We have just unloaded a car of Cedar Shingles and will have two cars of Poplar Shingles next week Como quick if you want any HAMMOND CO1 t UPERINTENDENT STATE NOR MAL SCHOOL RESIGNS For some time there has been a determined fight made against Prof J S Hathaway Superintendent of the colored State Normal School which culminated in charges being preferred with the State Board of Commissioners An investigation was held and Hathaway acquitted of the charges However realizing that his usefulness was over he tendered his resignation to the Board and it was accepted Everybodys friendDr Thomas Electric Oil Cures toothache ear ache sore throat Heals cuts bruis es scalds Stops any pain LADIES AID SOCIETY SUPPER Notwithstanding the inclement weather the supper given by the Ladles Aid Society of the First Bap tist Church on Friday night was well patronized and quite a nice sum was cleared for the Interest In supper was exceedingly damn ty abundant and apetlzlng and was greatly enjoyed by all present s AFTER FORTY YEARS After a contest lasting over forty years the U S Court of Claims de ided on Monday that the claims of Gen T T Garrard Hon Daugherty White and others against the U S Government for damages was a just one for the destruction of the Goose Creek Salt Works in Clay county under order of Gen D C Buell during the Civil War The amount allowed was 18000 with Interest from the date of the destruction of the works We are glad that this wrong inflict edonthepld veteran Gen T T Gar ard b sbeen righted I NEW COMMISSIONER OF INTER NAL REVENUE Mr John C Capers of South Caro lina has been appointed Commis stoner of Internal Revenue to hold until December 1st when Mr Pearl Wight of Louisiana will assume the ditties of the position to succeed Hon John W Yerkes of Kentucky resigned THE MAGIC NO3 umber three Is a wonderful mascot for Geo H Parris of Cedar Grove Me according to a lotto which reads After suffering mac with liver and kidney trouble anjl becoming greatly discouraged by the failure to find relief I tried Electric Bitters and as a result I am a well man today The first bottle relieved 0and three bottles completed the cure Guaranteed best remedy for stomach liver and kidney troubles by all druggists 50 cents GEORGETOWN SELLS NATURAL GAS FRANCHISE TO FRANKFORT MAN After public advertisement by the city authorities of Georgetown the natural gas franchise was purchased on Saturday last by Mr C P Che nault of this city who was repre senting the Menifee County Natura Gad Co IREMARKABLE RESCUE- That truth Is stranger than fiction has once more been demonstrates in the little town of Fedora Tenn the residence of C V Pepper He writesflI was in bed entirely disa bled with hemorrhages of the lungs and throat Doctors failed to help me and all hope had fled when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then Instant relief came The cough ing soon ceased the bleeding dumb n ished rapidly and In three weeks I was able to go to work Guaranteed for coughs and colds 50c and 100 bottles at all durggists Trial bottle free Early Risers famous little plNc The iBHR ATTRACTIVE ITEMS FOR llOPNNr j Long Silk GlovesIS 1i0 f- These are made ofa-good heavy Silk with J fffextratwo claspsrShort Silk Gloves in white black and colors 4350eLisle Thread Gloves r made with two clasps t 25c f 9 j it New Belts 25c 50c ed Beautiful Belts in EmboiderIrtstyles 25c- Leather Belts in new i1tJfi shapes with latest nov fi elty buckles all colors r050 Black Silk Belts 25c and 50c hz tFancyFancy Comb Sets with I beautiful metal trimimings and jeweled sets 1 rFancyfiPlainlOc 15o and 25c Side Combs lOc 15o t and 26c 1 Hosiery Ladies plain fast black pairLadies ized Hose in colors look like silk special 25c pairLadies DropstitchedtHose the famous Gor don dye in beautiful designs 25c 35c and50c pairLadies Gauze Lisle Hose very thin 25c and ro0c pairfInl ants Socks white pairChildrens fine gauze 15c pair- ChildrensVhite Hose 15c and 25c pair White Parasols 100 125 160 to 350 Colored Silk Umbrellas special X150 Ii Kagin Bro 143 St Clair St Frankfort r CONFEDERATE GRAVES DECO RATED Monday last being the 99th birthday of Hon Jefferson Davis Presl dent of the Confederacy was observ ed as decoration day by Joseph H Lewis Chapter U D C and the 1graves of the dead heroes in our cemetery were decorated informally with flowers me send you free for Catarrh ILet Provo merit A trial size box Snoops Catarrh Remedy It Is a snow white creamy healing antiseptic balm Containing such healing Ingredients as 011 Eucallptus Thymol Menthol etc it gives in stant and lasting relief to Catarrh offrthe nose and throat Make tho free test and see for yourself what this preparation can and will accomplish Address Dr Shoop Racine Wis Large jars 50 cents Sold by all dealers i L iL I weitz 3HB Letter Week Sale I- u 25 Doz Ladies Hose Fast Black Great Value pair lOco 9 20 Box Ladies Vests Sic t 75 Ladies and Misses Tailored Suits Beautiful New Styles All Go At OneIlalf Price t See The Good Things On Our 5c and lOc Counter CHARLES J WEITZEZ-I IA l l PERSONAL Mrs Walter G Chapman visited in Louisville Tuesday Miss Jennie Morrow Is visiting relatives In Louisville Dr J W Hill of Versailles was in the city on Monday Mr Wm Cromwell and wife wereI in Versailles on Saturday Miss Lettie Crowe has gone to Richmond to spend the summer Col S C Herbst of Milwaukee WJs was a visitor here this week Col Len P Blythe of Graefens burg was in the city on Monday Mr C Fugazzi and family have gone back to Lexington to reside Miss Emily Thomas visited Miss Nannie Clay in Paris this week Judge W H Holt and wife of Louisville were in the city Thursday Mr Richard Holt of Wbodford county was In the city on Thursday Judge J H Polsgrove made a business trip to Louiayllle on Tugs day Miss Bertha Bunnell visited her parents in Jeffersonville on Sun hay Mr Henry F Llndsey returnedI on Monday from a Tllle Mr Edmund W Taylor left Satur unlay on a business trip to Cincin natl Miss Eliza Overton is visiting her sister Mrs W D Reed In Louis T1lleIParis Mr J B Lewis of this office spent Sunday at his home In Ver sailles Mr George R Hunt of Lexington was in the city olegal business Monday Col Jake Corbett of Wickliffe was in the city on legal business this week Mrs P Fall Taylor has returned from a visit to Miss Juliett Pirtle in ORear has returned home from Science Hill Academy at Shelbyvllle Rev Wm Crowe delivered the commencement address at Richmond High School Dr J H Feamster who has been on a visit to Saulsbury N C has re turned home Mr Joseph Bosworth Representa tive from Bell county was In the city this week Mrs Jas A Scott has returned from a visit to relatives at Fort Worth Texas Hon Edward W Hines of Louis rllle attended the Court of Appeals on WednesdayRev Cleaton of Louisville was the guest of Rev Dr M B Adams this week Mrs Homer M Stucky of Louisville was the guest of Mrs Buckner McElroy Tuesday r Misses Lily and Lora Patterson of 1 L r h Eminence are guests of Mrs Sallie Robinson Thomas Miss Virginia Gray who has been attending Caldwell Institute Danville has returned home Prof J H Fuqua attended the commencement of the public schools at Carlisle this week Miss Ida Roberts has returned from Science Hill Academy Shelbyvllle where she graduated Judge T H Paynter visited his daughter Mrs M K Yonts In Louisville this week Mr Arthur Scott of Sacramento Cal is the guest of his parents Col Jas A Scott and wife Miss Alice Trabue of Louisville was the guest of Col Chas E Hoge and family this week Miss Sallie Pence Miss Mary Braw ner and Miss Louise Brawner visited in Louisiville this week Mrs Ernest Crutcher of Lexington was the guest of her sister Mrs J W Tichenor this week Mrs Jennie T Cardwell left Thurs day for a visit to her mother Mrs Jane Todd in Louisville Col J P Chinn of Harrodsburg was the guest of his son Mr Mor gan Chinn on Tuesday IMrs E C ORear has returned from a visit to her son Mr Prentiss SterlingIMr Jerome Connor and wife of Syracuse N Y were guests of Col George Baker this week Mr Cameron Hyatt of Winches was the guest of his sister Mrs R Hudson this weekIter Emma and Sarah Scearce at tended commencement State Col lIege Lexington this week t Judge E C ORear who has been at Catlettsburg attending the U S court has returned home Mr Elmore Settle of Louisville visited his parents Judge W E Settle and wife this week Mr C F Nunn and wife of Marion were guests of his parents Judge T J Nunn and wife this week Mr W L Williams wife and children have returned from a visit to relatives at Harrodsburg Mrs D C Crutcher of George town was the guest of her daughter Mrs H S Keller this week Miss Mary Jones of Shelbyville spent Sunday with her brother Mr Thos F Jones of this office Dr T Lindsey Blayney of Danville who has been the guest of relatives here returned home Saturday Mr W O Davis and Mr L A Nuckols of Versailles attended the Court of Appeals on Tuesday Dr J S Coleman left Monday for Atlantic City N J to attend the American Medical Associations Mrs Wilbur Thornton of Kansas City Mo was the guest of her un cle Capt C C Furr this week Miss Annie Duvall of St Louis Mo was the guest of her mother Mrs Virginia Duvall this week Maj L W McKee and Hon L H Carter of Lawrenceburg attended the Court of Appeals on Tuesdayj Mrs A B Hammond tL I I sII Margaret Ellen returned Wednesday from a visit to relatives at Smithfield I11lss Viola Henry of Colorado was the guest of Miss Belle Giltner 421 Second street this week Miss Edith Posey has returned from Caldwell College Danville where she attended school this year Miss Marian Gaines of Crescent Hill who has been the guest of Miss Pattle Williams has returned home Miss Ruth Robinson who has been the guest of her sister Mrs A A Bailey at Bagdad has returned home Misses Nellie and Ettie Snead of Louisville who have been guests of Mrs W E Bradley have returned R J Hunter and wife of Con cord N Cwho have been guests of Dr U V Williams have returned A M Slack and family who spent the winter jn Texas for the benefit of his health returned home Monday i iMr Epll t Ebrd of Georgetown College w as been the guest of relatives yMffc1 ifcJturned to college SaturdayCol GeorgeH Watson of St Louis Mo was In the city Monday and Tuesday returning home Tues day night Mrs Burbrldge Blackburn of Georgetown was the guest of her sisterinlaw Mrs Bettle Benton this week Miss Eleanor ODonnell attended the wedding of her friend Miss Pearl Major at Lawrenceburg on WednesdayMrs Wilson and children of Henry county are visiting the fam ily of Mr J Lewis at Woodlake this county d Mr Jno B Lindsey sr has re turned from a visit to his son Mr Jno B Llndsey jr at West Pasca goula Miss Judge W E Settle who was call ed to Marion by the illness and death of his brotherinlaw has re turned home Miss Eloise Booe who has been attending the College of Music in Cincinnati has returned home for the summer Mr Guy H Briggs and wife at tended the wedding of Mrs Briggs sister Miss Margaret Scott in Lexing ton this week Mrs Herman Heise of Madison Ind who has been the guest of her daughter Miss Viola F Heise has returned home Mr Ed Martin formerly conduc tor on the L N who is now train master on the C 0 was in the city on Monday Mr Lucien W Harris of Chicago Ills but formerly of this city was the guest of his cousin Mr R W Mc Rery this week Mrs Margaret Juln of Jetts and Miss Margaret Quin of Lexington spent Sunday with Mrs Emma Good win Third street Miss Cornelia Bush who has been the guest of her son Mr Sam Stone Bush of Kenwood Park Louisville has returned home Mrs Will M Saffell and Mrs Z i 1 41 i 1f N 5 Doz White Dress Skirts 119 6 Doz Dress Skirts White Linen Blue aild Black 148 50 Pair Snowflake Curtains Blue Yellow Green and Pink only 98c t 25 Pieces Colored Lawn peryard5c 25 Pieces Organdie Lawn per yard lOc V I r fINITE GOODSSRL- Ez l i Linens Persian Lawns Mercer ized Mulls and French Lawns Cold 1 Weather and late Season We offer 500 yards Printed Muslin 7c for 5c 200 yards India Linen 12c and 15c for lOcoJ200 yards Persian Lawn 20c for 15c 200 yards 48 inch French Lawn 50c for 35c i 1000 yards Valincennes Laces 7ic and8c for 5c Nottingham Lace Curtains 150 for 100 Ruffled Swiss Curtains 75c 100 125 Suits Skirts Shirt WaistsIF J j Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality IThe Leading Grocer lP in High Grade Kentucky Hand- Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky J Montgomery attended commence ment exercises at Margaret Hall Ver sailles on Tuesday Mrs T F Hamilton and son Hugh of Louisville were guests of Mrs J Buford Hendrick at the Terraces this week Misses Nannie and Margaret James of Lexington who have been guests of Miss Bertha Umethun have returned home Mr John P Hanley and Mr J R Sower left Saturday for Cincin nati to attend a meeting of the Knights of Columbus Mrs W F Barret who has been attending the meeting of the State Regents of the Mt Vernon Associa tion at Mt Vernon Va has returned homeICol H H Roberts and wife at tended commencement at Science Hill Academy Shelbyville this week where their daughter Miss Ida graduated Miss Mary Harrison Miss Jennie Duvall Miss Stites Duvall and Miss Marguerite McLean attended com mencement exercises at Margaret Hall Versailles on Tuesday Mr George GwIn Scearce of this city was among the graduates In the Scientific Department of State Col lege on Thursday Mr Scearce Is the youngest son of Prof Geo T Scearce Miss Alice Bailey ctf Eminence j ii spent Sunday in this city the guest of Mrs John E Miles on her way wheresheter Mr C M Ledridge and daughter Rebecca Mr Chas Ledridge and Misses Gertrude and Anna Ledridge were called to Mt Sterling Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs M R HainlinepMiss Elizabeth D Giltner who has had a class in music in this city for several years will leave for Europe Tuesday She will be accompanied by her sister Miss Leigh Gordon Gilt ner of Eminence Mrs M J Head T of Henry county and by her cousin Miss Callie Belle Ingalls of Columbia Mo X MEMORIAL SERVICES Capital Lodge No h O 0 F will hold memorial services at the Capital Theatre tomorrow Sundayfafternoon at 3 oclock Grand MasI l ter W C G Hobbs of Lexington will deliver the address LOST Between the City School Building and W A Howards Store at end of St Clair street bridge a canvass sack containing a ten dollar bill and a gold medal A suitable reward will bo paid for its return to this office i Written for the Roundabout FACE TO FACE WITH NATURE The thing we expect never hap r pens It is always the unexpected and here just before our gaze stead of the old log home house of a hundred years stood a beautiful modern house with porches and halls bed rooms breakfast and mu sic rooms surrounded by fruit trees shrubbery and flowers Only one old tree left from the forest primeval a giant oak so broad and large so tall and majestic that our very eye sight took up a spirit of Mexican nature worship The limbs and boughs covered all the yard space and the shade and sheltdr were suffi dent to have housed an army of people Such a pity that all the rest of Gods sentinels were gone No more forest trees are to be left in Kentucky The man who raises tobacco doesnt want trees And yet the climatic changes as well as at mos heric influences resulting from this criminal carelessness will in fu ts tuVe malts he farmer see bis error Let us pray that It may not be too late The roots of an ancient oak were being dynamited to make more improvements where the ideal realiza h tion would have been consummated under the spreading leafy foliage that in itself would have sufficed Poor earth bound civilization The children of the dear dead welcomed us with sweetest cordiality But the unfamiliar scenes crossed our mem ories with a bitter cry A dinner I daintily served music and conversation were auxiliariesIn the afternoon we walked over the farm It was well improved and valuable in every particular Money couldnt purchase an acre of it The gentle man of the manor told us the prop erty had been in his family connec tion for 200 years and the first 1ml grants or settlers were Indian hun ters or guides to anti from the Fort at Boonesborough His heart great it grandfather and his fathers father had fought in the defense of Amen ca against British oppression He had stayed on the farm and worked his path of shining light as God meant he should He quoted Rus kin The longer I live the more ground I see to hold in high honor a certain sort of childishness or in nocent susceptibility First impres sions are lasting The reason why I never married Pride was at the of that great mistake All iIbottom passions do occasional whenever pride puts in its word everything goes wrong and what it might really be desirable to fttdo quietly and happily it is mortally to do proudly I A GREAT JUNE WHITE SALE A store filled to overflowing with every manner of White fabricschoicest displays in all de partmentsthings for wear and for use and for home comforttruly b eautiful things Thats the June White Sale Suits Fine White Serge Suits worth 25 to 30 for 20 All 25 Suits in Mix tures 15 Wash Shirt Waist Suits 3 4 5ILingerie Wash Suits for Sheer Mulls in Princess style 10 to 15 F A RliI E RfMarriedImight have died Instead and would have sufficed There the turkey hen now we were looking for and see here are eight eggs Master Crow isnt in this evening We rounded up the wheat fleld which looked splendidly The young turkies were yelping lustily we reached the house again The young lady had a number of the pretty things so gentle and full of voice The birds were singing an evening angelus and the air had grown cool for the time of year When we went in doors such a glori ous fire awaited us Legs in a fire place and the smell of burning cedar so delightful that we exclaimed Thank you and sat down in the high back chair at peace with all the world After refreshments and mu sic we tried to read Browning but instead told stories and then went to sleep dreaming that we were at the foot of the Rockies and the bear had found us The i next morning and as many more found pleasant diversion in viewing ground sacred to the past The children did not know any thing about the old settlers who lived up and down the waters of Elkhorn in the early seventies Neither could they tell about the once famous springs where picnics were given and political boost held sway Friends and trees were with the things of the past After our visits end we were again driven round the cliff road recalling to mind the witches hiding place and the Indian Cave Wild flowers blossomed in wonderful varieties and the scenery grew ideal constituting one of the loveliest ever unfolded to a beholder ruin enhanced the value of the picture Tall mute shaft of memorial the only tomb worthy of such a devoted life The desolate mill site the broken dam all por trayed the virtue of silence All all were gone the once familiar places and we were left The country church Mt Pleasant was waiting by the road side White painted with shutters of green seemed to rest content with the work of the Lord congregation of some eighty mem hers a good Sabbath School and services twice a month recorded a light not hidden in work for God The old church held many sweet and noble memories Our forefathers once wor hipped within dts walls We found a Savior there precious to our soul Many worthy ministers once preached the doctrine of the Baptist faith Mr Blanton whose name stands fair upon the roll of saints and many another who has White Goods 40 inch Lawn jOe 40 inch Victoria Lawn 15c 32 inch Persian Lawn tOe 32 inch Linen Lawn 15c 44 inch French Lawn 25cA 75 c quality French Lawn 60c I it is it as so A it A long since gone home Under an old locust we hitched the horse and with a part of our duty staring us as a ghost we walked down the rocky hill and up a steeper one standing at last by a grave lonelYI N S Continued I will mail you free to prove mer it samples of by Dr Shoops Restor ative and my Book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or The Kidneys Troubles of the Stomach Heart or Kidneys are merely symptoms of a deeper ailment and not the cause Weak stomach nervestne Inside nervesmean stomach weakness al ways And the Heart and Kidneys as well have their controlling or inside nerves Weaken these nerves and you Inevitably have weak vital or gans Here Is where Dr Shoops Restorative has made Its fame No oth er remedy even claims to treat the Inside nerves Write me1 today forI sample and free Book Dr Racine Wis The Restorative is sold by all dealers r GOOD FOR HtlTCH In the Readjustment of salaries of Kentucky postmasters made by the department last week our jolly friend Postmaster George W Hutch eson of Lawrenceburg had a 100 lift given to his compensation Good for Hutch aPiles get quick and certain relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Please note it is made alone for Piles and its action is positive and certain Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large nickelcapped glass jars 50 cents Sold by all dealers FRANKFORT LIKELY TO GET RifLE RANGE An officer from Washington City has been in this city this week mak ing arrangements to procure a rifle range for target practice the Na tional Guards It understood that all the details are about fixed and in all probability the deal will be closed After a heavy meal take a of Doans Regulets and givecoupleI stomach liver and bowels they will need Regulets bring easy regular passages of the bow els INCREASE OF SALARY Our genial postmaster Mr George L Barnes has had his salary in creased 200 per annum Mr Barnes Is making a firstclass postmasterI and his friends are rejoiced that has been so lucky heI OLD TAYLORi J THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEYi E H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors r Frankfort Kentucky + ir 1 j j Dress Goods and Silks 38 inch White All Wool Batist oOc inch Henrietta 1 69c llot 1 Mohairs 50c 1 lot 1 Silks 85c Swiss or Swiss l 150 250 L Cable AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY OF EFFECTIVE NOV ASTBOUND WESTBOUND =Daily AMI 42 quality No2 DallylEX PMI 60 de Stations DailyEx 11 11785 25 Lexington 005 83 810 Winchester 012 620 Oq0d910 410 Stanton 815 4W a5795i800gH2511OL E Junction Rvaiosr Nos1 and Swill make connections with the Junction Nos and will connect the Mountain Can tral Pine Ridge and Nos and will connection at BeattyviUeOSCOTTGeneralOHIO AND IMIoNo84 22I Stationsi IA Lve PM LyeJAMAr PM Arl 1I 25I 280 285 Jackson Junction aM 890 1 417 850 n6O 122 21Z1Nos and will make coso connection Junction with Nos Band 4ipoints the Lexington and Eastern Railway Superintendent A NARROW ESCAPE G W Cloyd merchant of Plunk Mo had narrow escape four ago when ran jlmson bur Into his thumb He sa doctor wanted amputate it but would not consent bought box of Buck leas Arnica Salve and that cured the dangerous wound 25c at all druggistKILLTHE COUCHA- ND THE LUNGS WITH Kings New Discovery I FOR cOUCHS OLDS PRICEI AND alL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOR OR MONEY REFUNDED TIDE Nurseries Lexington Ky Offer for the largo1i10 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever greens Grape Vines Asparapus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small Fruits- WE HAVE XO AGENTS Strawberry and General Catalogues on application H Sons Feb 233m Ior Curtains Muslin Net LaceSmall dot ruf fled curtains Bobinet ruffledcur tains to 5 Swissrramboor Mus lin curtains 2 3 inch Nottingham curtains Irish Point Point Luxe curtains 3 4 and 5 LEXINGTON SUMMARY TIMETABLE 18 Sterling Campton Trains BeattyviUe No84 AM 4o8 c o rains with R make W A A L Ex Sand Mia o O K Wilhurst Hampton City 610 O K on M L CONLEY a a years a sliTheto I I a CURE Dr Trial to 1 No Ar Ex DatIyP Ar Mt Campton for jKENTUCKY RAILWAY No INosa No 1 M 168 152 1120I 128 at or he Blue Grass F Hillenmeyer FranKforrCinciiati Midland Route iThe ILocal Time Table I IIN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 r DAILY iiXCKJfT SUNDAY No88 l ILvD Frankfort ArllT 7i5 281 Summit oil Elkhorn Switzer 10538MStamping 1916 421 GroundI 6 Georgetown I C S Depot J r 75 New town 08 00SISOl f Paris Junctnj 40Lv ConnPfts at Georgetown UnionDepot with Q KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCJNNAT VIA GEORGETOWN P MA 911A MIPM 6 Georgetown Arl Ur Cincinnati LI BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS AN P M PMf- i Lv Frankfort Ar 75715 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 Lv Paris Ar 11030 rtlOAr Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 25AI120P247PIIP 42A A Winchester L 09A 245P 16P 50A A Maysville L 5 45A 16P 24A A Cynthiana L 502P 54P A Richmond L 30A iMP A Cincinnati L 255P GEO B HARPER C W HAY Pres andGenl Supt G A I TUGFianMortRoimiiaDQUti Entered at the postotllce ut Frankfort Ken tucks nssccon class mnilable mutter OEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 8 1907 TO OUR READSRS It is an invariable rule of all news papers that their columns are open to correspondents ijo express their- Views on all matters of public con cern and as fully as they desire containedIn addition it is always stood that the paper is not responsi ble for the views expressed by cor respondents We call attention to this matter Just now from the fact that several communications have appeared in t our columns giving expression to r Views to which we do not sub Scribe In any matters up for discussion n Our columns are open to anyone Who may wish to give expression to their views within any reasonable bounds but always with the reserva tion stated above LECTURE BY DR T LINDSEY BLANEY Dr T Lindsey Blaney of Central University Danville delivered a splendid lecture under the of the Womans Club at auspicesI House of the Episcopal Friday evening Notwithstanding the downpour of rain quite a good crowd was pres entThe address was an able and in structive one taking Germany as the theme and was illustrated by fine stereopticon views well fitted for the subject under discussion The address was greatly enjoyed by all present SOMETHING OUT OF THE ORDI NARY Some weeks since we announced f r1the fact that a gobler belonging to Mrs Settle Spaldlng living near Choateville on the Devils Hollow pike had undertaken the job of set ting some eggs the hen whose nest It was having died Now his gob blership has accomplished his pur Ipose and is the proud father and mother combined of eight young turkeys over which he manifests the same anxiety as the proverbial hen with one chicken EXCURSION RATES ON L N TO LOUISVILLE The L N will give a special rate of 125 for the round trip from this city to Louisville tomorrow Sunday The trail will leave this city at 755 the regular hour for the L N on Sunday Returning it will leave the Union Station at Tenth and Broadway at 600 p m The special attractions will be White City Fountain Ferry Park acid base ball Louisville v Kansas City ARMY WORM DESTROYING CROPS One of the evils which we have been fearing owing to the cold and backward spring has at last mani fested itself The army worm which has been destroying crops in Missou ri and Arkansas has reached Cen tral Kentucky and Is at work in sev eral adjoining counties BOUGHT A LOT Mr Claude Houpe has bought a lot on Todd street from Judge W C Herndon 46 by 120 feet for 18 per front foot upon which he will erect a bomeI REICEIVE Court o fAppeals Upholds Judgment of the Lower Court Troops Called lor Out RegardingI The Court of Appeals by Judge Darker affirmed the decision of the Franklin Circuit Court in Percy Haly vs Horace Cochran etc and Horace Cochran vs J C W Beck ham Governor The action involved claims of the byIJanuary 31 1900 to May 15 The lower court rendered judgment dl reeling Gen Haly to certify the pay rolls as correct This court holds that under the circumstances the soldiers having rendered the service were entitled to pay and says the judgment dismissing ao to the Gov ernor was correct The payrolls had not been certified to him When the payrolls are certified by the Adju Rant General we have no doubt they be approved by the Governor and this is all that need be said upon this question at this time STARTLING TOBACCO STATEMENT The following remarkable statement Is clipped from The Modern Grocer of May 18 1907 In a re cent issue of a Milwaukee publication styled the Cigar Manufacturer there appeared the following dis patch under a Washington date line Copies of the publication In which it appeared have been in big demand and requests have come from members of the trade in all sections of the United States says Tobacco The dispatch read as fol lowsWashington D CThe President called hjs Cabinet together this afternoon to consider trust prosecu tion by the Government The Government will begin proceedings at once directly against the Tobacco Trtist The food department some time analyzed several brands of tobacco The kinds known as Lucky Strike and English Curve were found to con tain 40 per cent tobacco and 60 per cent fine cut brown paper Bull Durham contains no tobacco but is 100 per cent finely chopped brown paper soaked in tobacco stems juice and refuse Dukes Mixture is only 10 per cent tobacco The tobacco habit is wrongfully named It should be known as the straw board habit weekIIthat It was made of paper as stated aboveIf he Government can compel the Trust to use tobacco or to properly label the flavored paper It will greatly increase the demand for tobacco Viand thus be another strong aid to the farmers Cynthiana Log Cabin PROHIBITION TICKET The Prohibition Party of Kentucky at Louisville nominated the follow ing ticket for State officers an Fri day GovernorRev L L Pickett of WilmoreLt Rer J D Hocker of StateC Swiger of LouisvilleTreasurerJ P Easley of Har risonvllle AuditorG T Wallace of Point LeavellAttorney GeneralWallace Coop er of Salyersville Commissioner of AgricultureA W Carpenter of Stanford SOLD HIS HOME Mr W 11 Lyons has purchased the new residence of Mr Claude Houp on Logan street between Third and Fourth for 2275 Convalescents need a large amount of nourishment in easily digested form Scott J Emulsion is powerful nourish ment highly concentrated It makes bone blood and muscle without putting any tax on the digestion- ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 STA1EFAIRNOTES Active Preparations Have Begun For Kentuckys Big Event Next September The Kentucky State Board of Ag- rIculture Forestry and ImmigrationI under those auspices Fair will be at Louisville clasSlfica1tionFair and the same Is soon to go to press for distribution among over twenty thousand prospective exhibitors Any one interested in exhibiting live stock of any character poultry womans work products of the field orchard garden or dairy or the handiwork of children will confer a favor upon the Board of Agriculture by forwarding his or her name to the Secretary R E Hughes Louisville Twentyfive thousand dollars Is be- Ing offered by the State Board of Agriculture In premiums and purses for the Kentucky State Fair to be held at Louisville September 1621 The State Fair offers to the breeder of all classes of live stock an excellent opportunity to bring his stock to the publics attention in a way that no other occasion offers If he Is hunting a purchaser he will find at the Kentucky State Fair many persons in the market for just such stock asI he may wish to show and sell therefore stands the chance of get ting premiums as well as a better price for his stock Natiellos Band a premier musical organization with fifty star artists will furnish music for the Kentucky State Fair to be held at Louisville September 1621 The State Board of Agriculture is negotiating with the famous Knabenshue to bring to Louisville his new passenger carry ing airship together with his captive balloon and the balloons with which two members of his aeronautic com pany make races as some of the big attractions of the State Fair Kna benshue has a reputation that is worldwide He was the first American to make a successful flight in an airship and has been perfecting the machine that penetrates the skies ever since his first flight at the St Louis Exposition in 1904 until now he has has a vehicle the air which carrj additional passengers The interest in the Kentucky State Fair this year leads the Kentucky State Board of Agriculture which Is In direct charge to believe that It will be the largest attended event of any kind ever held in the State The dates September 1621 forma most propitious period for all clauses of people The displays in all departments will be more complete than ever before while the amuse ments and the music will furnish a further excuse to citizens in all sections to make Louisville their Mecca during the week of September 16th Negotiations are now on with all railroads entering Louisville where the State Fair will be held Septem her 1621 to announce very low rates with liberal extensions as to time IThe personnel of the State Board of Agriculture Forestry and Immi gration which is directing the Ken tucky State Fair movement is a guarantee that the State Fair for 1907 will be one in every way in keeping with the progress of Ken tacky along the lines of live stock agricultural and horticultural devel opment Hubert Vreeland the State Commissioner of Agriculture is the chairman and his associates on the Board are Prof M A Scovell direc tor of the Experiment Station at Lexington G N McGrew Bayou W R Moorman JrGlendeane Guthrie M Wilson Bardstown Lawrence Jones Louisville Desha Breckin ridge Lexington William Addams Cynthiana and John Mayo Paints ville These gentlemen have elected R E Hughes secretary and he has established headquarters on the sec ond floor of the Commercial Build Ing at the southeast corner of Fourth Avenue and Main street in Louisville where he wJIl welcome all visitors interested in making the State Fair a success NOT YET By the sweat of thy brow Shalt thou eat thy bread r guess It has been too cold for it yet A FARMER Pleasant totake c 1 Trde fuk II L8xattveiSyrupe C tJ NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about d normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines iVegeI 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 you do nnot like it better than any other you have triedIALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE 4Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and SnatchesrScythe Stones Wheelborrows t Thresher Machine Oil 4MonkeyPipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK Gi STAGGj Hardware Paints Oils Etc r Capitol Foundry Machine CotHOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in and Repairers of Machinery and Machine Supplies of All KindstBoth New and Secondhand w WE HAVE FOR SALE Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boller Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill BurraI200 Bushels Capacity i BOTH PHONES 4S i IIJ II- Ih 1v yi MentalStrain eral Health Doctors Doses Weak ened StomachIDr Miles Me Dr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out with the cares anxieties of the sickroom followingI been healthy with the ex ception of a touch of rheumatism since my age came on up to the time of my husband last illness some years ago assisted in nursing husband for nearly three months when he departed this life and the mental strain I think caused my trouble Aside from extreme nervousness trouble com menced with sore throat and neuralgia My physician gave me purgative doses which weakened me very much my stomach for a time seemed inactive Mental strata and the dormant condition of my stomach soon told my general health J had little appetite and was soon forced to stay in bed a greater part of the time Within a week after the time I began taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and Tonic I was bout the house I continued their use untJP completely cured faith in Dr Miles Remedies has been strengthened by experience of otherpeopleourdaughterhav lag used Nervine with results in a case of paralysis and a friend to whom I sent a box of the AntiPain Pills ports that she has been completely cured reIneuralgia by their use a of others whom medicine has helped in a ree I wish you continued success AIRS FRANCES COFFMAN Dayton Va All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send free booki en Nervous and Heart Diseases Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind CORKERS AND TWISTERSI By Mrs OHoullhan In mentioning a cure for cattle that were suffering from eating white clover the types last week made us say to put the thumb Into the incision made into the animals side It should have read put the drain tube into the incision to draw off the gas The picturesque beauty of the scenery about Frankfort is unsur passed by any other city country and probably in the worldI Stereoscopic views of this adorn albums in all parts world and the brush of the painter has depicted its artistic splendor upcra anyass in colors that delight the eye and fill the ImagInation The forest clad heights the rugged hill tops the deep ravine and pre jtelpltous chasms the gigantic rocks that jutut m the ba ttnb cliffs the sylvan silent dells where the sparkling brooklet plays and where the ferns and wild flowers grow the grassy slopes that lead down to the waters edge and above all the ternating glimpses of the winding waters of the Kentucky river as it flows gently or forcefully through the deep gorgecut by nature through the everlasting hillsare each and all elements of a pictur esque beauty that charms and capti vates delights and exalts To catch a glimpse of the lovely picture that Frankfort unfolds in its emerald and rustic setting go this summer to the projecting point near where the old tollgate stood upon the Flat Creek pike and look down the val IcyHof Benson upon the nestling city or stand upon the brow of the cliff at the top of the ascent above the arsenal and look up the river and across to the new capitol and Arnolds Hill or climb to the top of Fort Hill and sweep the valleyand the horizon in a birds eye view and you will no longer wonder why visitors are entranced by the lovely view about Frankfort and why the camera has transferred them to adorn so many treasure albums the worldIithroughout letter of the Pope of Rome forbidding the introduction rIlof opera music into church service no doubt be generally accepted as a proner conclusion by the un t musical If not the musical world l But we doubt whether his objection Itofemale voices being permitted 1participate In church choirs will toI as favorably received The and persusave melody of the female voice In song has aI power over theI hearts and the souls that the er notes of the male voice can never touch With ineffable sweetness J and rythmlc gentleness the soft music of the female voice tender ly vibrates along the inner chords of the soul of saint and sinner melting subduing wooing and win ring into a tender obedience to the J higher and better life The female voices ought not to go from the church choirs If woman was the cause of the fall of Adam she ought at least to Ibo permitted to sing the sons of back Into the Kingdom tha- is the spiritual representative of theI Garden of Eden- FAIRS IN KENTUCKY DURING II 1907Ifollowing is a list of fairs to be held in this State during the yearCrab OrchardJuly 1012 StanfordJuly 1719 HendersonJuly 2327 LancasterJuly 2426 Madisonville Jijly 130August 3 Danville July 31Agust 2 CynthianaJuly31August 3 HarrodsburgAugust 69 GeorgtownAugust G- 0UniontownAugust 610 LexingtonAugust 1217 Burkesville August 1316 Fern Creek August 1316 BrodheadAugust 1416 VanceburgAugust PembrokeAugust 1417IColumbiaAugust 2023 Lawrenceburg August 2023 ErlangerAugust 2124 IBarbourvllleAugust 2123 Elizabethtown August Nicholasville August 2729ILondonAugust 2729 ShelbyvilleAugust 2730 Florence August GermantownAugust SprIngfieldAugust 2831ISomerset September 36 ParisSeptember 37 HardinsrburgSeptember 1114 Alexandria September 36 BardstownSeptember 47 Hodgenvllle September 1011 Monticello September 1013 GlasgowSeptember 1114 Hartford September 1114 Guthrie September 1214 KENTUCKY STATE FAIR- LOUISVILLE SEPT 1621 SebreeSeptember 18 2- 1FalmouthSeptember 2528 MayfieldOctober 1- 5IMt OlivetOctober 35 October 1516 OBTAINS VERDICT FOR 13090 IMr John T Hazelrlgg of this city obtained a judgment against the C O R R Co at the recent term of the U S District Court at Catletts burg for 13000 for the loss of an arm while in the employ of that road IC O TRAIN KILLS BABY The C O train gaming east from Louisville on Monday afternoon when it reached St Jefferson county ran over MatthewsI a baby girl who was the middle of the road Every effort was made by the train men after the baby was seen to prevent the ac cident without avail A Most Valuable Agent The glycerine employed In Dr Pierces medicines greatly enhances the medicinal properties which it extracts from native medicinal roots and holds in solution much better than alcohol would It also possesses medicinal properties of Its own being a valuable demulcent nutritive antiseptic and anti ferment It adds Cherrybarkroot and Queens root contained In Golden Medical Discovery in subduing chronic or lingering coughs bronchial throat and lung affections for all of which these agents are recommended by stand ard medical authorities- In all cases where there Is a wasting away of flesh loss of appetite with weak stomorffli aa In tho early stages of con sum tl n thero can be no doubt that gly- cerine acts as a valuable nutritive and aids Hie Uplden Seal root Stono root Queefcs ropt Black Cherrybark In n Igestlon and up the flesh an s rensth controlling tho cough and brincung about a healthy condition of tho w le system Of course it must not be e to miracles It will not cure Iwnsumption except In stages t tll ItscarllerI nilant loarsoness In acute coughs It s not so c ecuye Is In tho lingering standingIthat it has most marvelous cures Prof Finley BlIIn wood M D of Ben nett lIed College Chicago says of gly cerino dyspcpsialtscrvesanexccllentpurposoHolding b dlo cn in solution it is one of tho best manufactured products of tho present tlmo In Its action iijHm enfeebled disordered stom achs especially it there is ulceration or ca tarrhal gastritis catarrhal inflammation of stomach it Is a most elllclent preparation Glycerine will relieve many cases of pyrosis heartburn and excessive gastric stomach Medical Discovery enriches and purifies the blood curing blotches pimples eruptions scrofulous swellings and old sores or ulcers t Send to Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y for free booklet all about tho native medicinal roots composing this wonderful ttwllcJue There is no alcohol lu It il Fconomically buying buying merely bought will give us pleasure to show you present offerings fine and medium priced furniture And shall also glad to tell you of our IItsort that is both appropriate and durable partial payment plana little a time as your income permits II R ROGERS 5c SONS Iu CHOATEVILLE Mr Wade Coins spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs John Blrk Miss Norman Reagan we are sor to say has had a sprained ankle for the past few days Mrs Jesse Conway we very sorry to say is still on the sickI listBornTo the wife of Mr Walter Wade a fine daughter Several very interest games of croquet were played at Mr Jeff ters Wednesday afternoon Mr Boone Hamilton called on his best girl Miss Jessie Pierce Sun dayMr Victor Banta and best girl Miss Lona Moore were out driving SundayMr Wm Walter was certainly seen in Choateville Sunday I sup pose some on received a reward Mr Chester Dennis and best girl Miss Ellis Peters were out driving Sunday afternoon Mr John Chaiaicrs called on his best girl Miss Lulu Shaw at Mill yule The most graceful young gentle man of Choateville was seen down the road under a black parasolI instead of a green one so I guess it was all a mistake about him being forsakenMr Clark and wife were out driving in this locality Sunday Mr Chester Dennis called on his best girl Miss Goldie Sudduth Sun day Friends dont forget to attend Sunday School THE CHOATEVILLE STAR Itching torturing skin eruptions disfigure annoy drive one wild Doans Ointment brings quick relief and lasting cures Firty cents at any drug storetMCURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOODI PURIFER FREE If your blood is impure thin die eased hot or full of humors if yon have 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 sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood Is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 ler large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deep seated cases as it cures after else failsMar 2ly 1 ChioRySchedule ject to change without notice Limited for Louisville Nashville m phis West and Southwest 920 A M and CH P M Daily Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia Now York Richmond Old Point sad Norfolk 1016 A1 ami 801 P M Daily 23lyr 7I J fi hI K President Buy Furniture R Extravagance consists in the wrong thing ut the wrong price- Economy consists in the right thing at the right priceIf ou are truly economical you will not hay furniture because it is cheap It should be first for its appropriateness and second for its our in we be at ry are Pe all all THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR High Grade Vehicles Than ever before The public have at last come to the conclusion that a CHEAP vehicle is DEAR at any price Our work is strictly hand made and is sold under a guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle that is firstclass and will give perfect satisfaction drop us a card and we will call to see you We know we can suit you in both quality and prices All we ask is an opportunity to discuss the matter with you Seller Carriage GoI VERSAILLES KY H WARD C M BROWSINGl A Happy New Year Is assured to all users of PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR f IFor Sale by all Grocers tSend us your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit and Produce j HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones m J AM READY TO MAKE THE B- ESTIPUOTOS And all Styles of Portraits and Groups at my new Gallery South Frankfort Bridge St Everything new Call on the Relia ble Photographer H G MATTERN i H t talk M A SELBERT TH- ELEADING JEWELER MARRIED t NEWHOUSE STEIN In Aurora Ills on Frida Mr Ben Newhouse and Miss Alma Frances Stein of Au rora were married Frankforttboy who has made good in West He and his bride came here Tuesday to spend their honeymoon ij C THIS MEANS BUSINESS j The directors of the McClure Re alty Co have Issued a can for the t f payment of fifty per cent of the d Block in that corporation i J This looks like work will be be- gunii at once on the big office building pat the corner of Main and St Clair streets Especially so since the oc cupants have been notified to vacate by June 10th s f WONDERFUL ECZEMA CURE carOur little boy had eczema for fiv years writes N A Adams Henrietta Pa Two of our home doctors said rfl jthe case was hopeless his lungs being affected We then employed other t doctors but no benefit resulted By chance we read about Electric Bitters it bought a bottle and soon noticed im t medlft when our boy was completely cured rest of all blood medicines and body rbuilding health tonics Guaranteed at t nil Drug Stores 50c fi i Dr Weavers Treatment Bywp for the blood Cerate for akin eruptions 1JjSHUT DOWN FOR THE SEASON The Old Judge Distillery No 11 l the property of Col S C Herbst r Shut down on Wednesday June 5 JS1fort the season having made one of jl the best runs aver made at that jt house r arDr Cadys Condition Powders are jnBt what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier au4 vermifuge They are bf putthorset cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and Le Compte 8 Gayle DRYS WIN AT BOWLING y GREEN k tM In the local option election held at Bowling Green on Thursday the dryswon out by a majority of 229 ina total vote of 2029 This conies as somewhat of a surprise as it leas i thought the vote would be very close v r Dr Weavers syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases UNIQUE MEDAL FOUND Mr Cyrus Wingate Jr recently ifo nd ana sand bar where it had been washed out froom a hollow near Switzer an oldtime medal 7hich is quite unique On the front there is a medalion of President James Monroe with the words AN aroma Bunola in the upper circle With James Monroe under the madalion On the reverse side the words The Uuion Goldfoil Co- limited in the center there is a i monogram of the company and at the bottom the words New York Mr Wingate is anxious to find out the value of the medal Anyone conversant with these matters would confer a favor by Writing to him at Switzer l BIRTHS PARKERIn this city on Wed nesday to Mr Richard Parker and wifea daughter GRAYAt Greeley Ala on Tuesday June 4 to Mr Robert A Gray and wife a daughter Mary Dudley CLOSE OF COLORED STATE NOR MAL SCHOOL The Colored State Normal School had Its closing exercises on Wednesday last It has been the most suc cessful term ever held at the institution With this term the services of Prof Hathaway as President ends He has made a fine record in that office- PEA RIDGE Mrs Lucy Conway is lying very ChoatevilleeMr Louis Traceyand a of men worked the ofil Newcastle road Thursday and Friday this week In view of the large increase of wealth of the county during the last two or three years it would be a good idea if the county paid the men for their work Mr John Edge v Jr went to Lex ington Wednesday SCRIBE LIEUT MAT MADIGAN I JR BURIED HERE The body of Lieut Mat Madigan Jr U S A who died of consumption was brought her on Thursday and burled on yesterday with the honors of war by Capt Longmires battery Dr Weavers Treatment Syrep purifies the blood Cerate heat skin eruption a NARROW ESCAPE While driving down St Clair street on Tuesday afternoon Mr Tilden Harrod had his horse to frighten at the motor car and run away The horse ran into a tele phone pole throwing Mr Harrod out and braining and dislocating his him The buggy was smashed up left land bruising and dragging him The buggy was smashed up WILL RETURN IN THE FALL Missvjrtelizabeth D Giltner closed her nnisic class in this city this week with two recitalsthe first atI the residence of Dr J W Gayle on Washington street Wednesday evening and the second at the residence of Mr H H Roberts on Conway street Thursday eveningboth of of which were largely attended and greatly enjoyed The pupils gave ample evidence of the careful train ing they have received and they as well as their accomplished teacher were warmly congratulated upon the progress they have made during the year The many friends of Miss Giltner will be glad to know that when she returns from her trip to Europe in the fall she will come to this city for a permanent loca tion will open a studio and give her whole time to hen class here in stead of dividing her time between this city and Lexington as hereto fore Vr Weaver Syrup fwM lithe blood t Cerate e fortbelkta Silver Plate that Wears Made in artistic and origi nal patterns only Your Knives Forks Spoons etc will be correct in every way if they bear the trade mark 1847 RogersBros The newest designs are shown inICatalogue No 53 Sent free Made only by International Silver Co Successor to MERIDEN BRITANNIA coJMURIDEN hft SOLD BY BERTHS LANTERIn this county on Wed nesday an infant child of Mr Jason Lanter and wife DEANIn this city on Saturday the infant child of Mr Newton Dean and wife- GORDONOn the West Side on Saturday Hattie daughter of Mr Smith Gordon and wife aged six yearsELDRIDGEIn this county on Monday May 26 Mrs Susie Eld ridge wife of Mr Cecil Eldridge aged 41 years and 3 months Mrs Eldridge was a member of the Christian Church and a good woman She leaves a husband and three children tb mour her death The burial was in our cemetery HAINLINE In Mt Sterling on Sunday Mrs Eddie Hainline wife of Mr M H Hainline aged forty seven years of consumption Mrs Hainline was the daughter of the late Mr James H Ledridge and Mrs Agnes G Ledridge and was raised in this city She was a hand some woman and beloved by all who knew her She leaves a husband and two childrei o mourn her death TENT METING Being Conducted by Colonel Noel Gaines Near the Graded School Gospel services began in earnest here Monday night They are held nightly in the Mission Tent on North Main Street near the Graded School The services are conducted under the auspices of Mr John C VanarsdaHs Mission He has se cured the services of Col Noel Gaines of Frankfort who will speak every night this week and next Sunday afternoon at 230 oclock Then on Sunday Rev B S Patter son a fine evangelist will arrive and assist in the preaching Stir ring gospel sermons and ringing re form lectures are the features of this tent revival It is interdenominational for everybody Christians and sinners alike Col Gaines gives this as the motto for his work Expect great things from God attempt great things for God This indeed sounds just like the man His subject for next Sunday afternoon e Kingship of God made Character Col Gaines es pecially wishes all business people jnd public men to come to this Sun day afternoon meeting He says he has something pointed and im portant for them Harrodsburg Herald May 2- 9Heart StrengthHe- art Strength or Heart Weakness means Nerve Poelovelysell actually diseased It is almost always a faultThisneeds and must have more power stability more controlling moro morel continuetothese same controlling nerves DrShoopsfor weak and ailing Hearts Dr Shoop first sought suftoeatIngpopular prescriptionIs alone directed to these buildsitstrengthensIf you would have strong Hearts strong dl gestlon strengthen these nerves reestablish them as needed ithIDr RestorativellIALL t t y M A SELBERT x TH- ELEADING JEWELER r t THE SECRET OF SUCCESS No Sir You cannot palm off any ratotitntct on me Ive been using August Flower since I was a and Ill have no other JForty million bottles of August Plower sold in the United States alone since its introduction And the demand for it is still growing Isnt that a fine showing AugustPlowercure of indigestion and dyspcpsidhtht pineesQDoesAugust Flower is a sure for all stomach and intestinal disordersthat it is the best of all liver regulators qAugust Flower has a matchless record of over 35 years in curing the ailing mil lions of these distressing complaints 8 CJTwo mea 350 and 7Sf All druggists For sale by J W Gayle Let me mally ufreetOprovem- erit samples of my Dr Shoops Re storative and my Book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or The Kid neys Address me Dr Shoop Racine Wis Troubles of the Stomach Heart or Kidneys are merely symptoms of a deeper ailment Dont make the common error of treating symptons only Symptom treatment is treating the result of your ailment and not the cause Weak Stomach nerves the inside nerves means Stomach weakness always And the Heart and Kidneys as well have their controlling or inside nerves Weaken these nerves and you inevitably have weak vital organs Here Is where Dr Shoops Restorative has made its fame No other remedy even claims to treat the inside nerves Also for bloating biliousness bad breath or complexion use Dr Shoops Re storative Write for my free Book on Dr Shoops Restorative Sold by all dealers The LouisvilleTimes fills the bill Published every week day afternoon You keep posted on EVERYTHING when you read THE TIMES Regular subscription price 500 a year You can get THE TIMES and R o undaboutBOTH FOR ONLY 5 Send your order to this papernot THE TIMES READ THE TIMES AND KEEP UP WITH THE TIMES SNAPPiESTI BRIGHTEST BEST Tt i i Woven Wire deices D C LAYARD 1 for for Lamb Woaen Wire Fence Peerless Woven Wire Fence and Peerless fir Poultry Fence Mitts till save you WIRE FENCING it No 213m REDUCED RATES VIA 0 On the First and Third ruesdaYsJl of each month to many j points I IsaleI May 31st I f For Particulars WriteJiH C KING C P Lexington Ky Feb 23Iy LOW RATES I r Louisville TO I Southern VIA RyJfl ACCOUNT i 1 Louisville Spring J Races Ir 1 ICityON SALE May 15th 18th 25th 29th J June lbt 5th and 8th good Ito leave Louisville returning l two days after date of sale A R COOK District Passenger Agent STREET CAR LINEtyNOll Cars leave Capital Hotel Main Ann streets for South Frankfort comr rminutesFor ParkAt 615 a m and 3 cars per hour until 1015 p mS1minutesh F AND V TRACTION CO i J D SALLEE Supt f 1 The Good Old Summer Time rrrvs a Creates a demand for North Star Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Ice Chests Sprinkling Hose Screen Windows Wire Screen Cloth and Screen Doors Call and examine our stock P G SOWRR GO307309 Main Street Hardware Merchants Both Phones aRELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL OHURCH Rev A B Chinn the rec tor being absent Mr C L Clingman will conduct the service at 11 a m and 730 p m 930 a m Sundayschool in the chapelWednesday evening prayer at 730 p m The public generally Invited to atI tend BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 8 p m Sundayschool at 945 In the chapelI Baracca class at 945 a m taught the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 700 p m In the chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 745 In the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seata tree CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R r Hudson the pastor will preach w at l1 a m5arid 745prm 1Sundayschool at 930 a min the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chapel r Prayer meeting on Wednesday even Ing at 730 oclock in the Chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Jesse R Ziegler the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 mSundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Bndeavor at 630 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening flat730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O ffl A Vaught Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 p m i Sundayschool at945 a m Prayer meeting on Wednesday even log at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pas tor will preach at 11 a m and 745- pm 19 Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m jEverybody Invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school at 300 oclock p m Rev C R Hudson will preach at IiS30 oclock On the first and third Lords Day d Bro T N Arnold will preach Immedi- atelyV following the Sunday School I ir THORN HILLThere will be Sun dayschool every Sunday afternoon In r the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p m ELDER T N ARNOLDS APPOIN- MELTS Bro T N Arnold III 4 lA 1 Aii 4 t3tT Jilj preach at the Institute for Feeble- minded Children on the first and third Lords day in each month On the second and fourth Lords days he wilt preach at the Bridgeport Christian ChurchEverybody Invited to hear him at the latter appointments FIRED THE STICK I have fired the walking stick Ive carried over 40 years on account of a sore that resisted every kind of treatment until I tried Buck lens Arnica Salve that has healed the sore and made me a happy man writes John Garrett of North MillsI N C Guaranteed for Piles Burns etc by all druggists 25 cents ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for In the Frank fort Ky postoffice for the week end ing Julie 8 1907 Anderson Miss Mattie E Brown Miss Olgie Brown Mary F 9haripstlhambers glas si7 Coles George Cooper r Dunn CraySuter Criesdleck AB Curr Joseph E Flynn Edna Gams ASGatewood Mrs Catheryn Gerset Morn Gregory Mrs Laura Handy Pete Hunt J H Kimball George Leach Pat Lee Andrew Lintz M J Lynn J A Jr Lyons Will H Marbel Miss Lurmer Moore G W Murphy LuthersNavern P F Neal William PPoer Co J S Porch Gearge Qulnfort Miss Sallie Raab T Karely Reynolds Tom Robinson Mrs Louise Scott Miss Georgia Terry David Thomas Mrs Lucinda Troy Jim- Williams Jane D Wilson Mary When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M Many Ills come from Impure blood Cant have pure blood with faulty digestion lazy liver and sluggish bowels Burdock Blood Bitters strengthens the stomach bowels and liver and purIfies the blood THE SKATING RINK A GO A corporation has been formed for the purpose of erecting the skating rink on the lot next to Mr John W Ray on Second street It Is to be calleduThe Frankfort Colllseum Co Capital stock 15000 genuinT II 1the remedy that ourti u cold lit ono day f Itio i + A icM ebJSIl1fi lm COMMENCEMENT OF CITY HIGH SCHOOL The closing exercises of the Frankfort High School will take placemen Tuesday evening next at the Capital Opera House Tomorrow Sunday Rev m Crowe of the Southern Presb an Church will deliver the bac au reate sermon in his church On Tuesday night Rev Dr Carter Helm Jones of Louisville will de liver the address Flllowlng this diplomas will be presented to the sixteen graduates who are LeRoy Choate Nannie Lester Dun can Hazel May Evans Cora Mae Harrod Sarah Howell Llda Hub bard Ruth Beauchamp Kennedy Drucilla Hamilton Kernen Estella McKendrick Nethertoh Edmond Power Jr Birdie Ray Webber Sal yers Elizabeth Ewing Sargent Louise Ummethun Mable Weathers The honor graduates are Elizabeth E Sargent Birdie Ray Estelle McK Netherton and Louise Ummethun The complete program of exercises on Commencement night is as fol lows P m Invocation Song and Chorus 0 Haste Haste Away Marzo Misses Evans Hubbard Kennedy and Class Essay A Bird of the Soul Miss Netherton Vocal Solo If I Were a Rose DEssenelll Miss Ummethun Instrumental Solo Tanhauser March WagnerSplndler Miss Harrod ChorusTrust in The Lord Handel Class Recitation The Kentucky Gentle man Allen Miss Weathers Instrumental Duett Charge of the Uhlans Bohm Misses Sargent and Kernen Declaration The Sacrifice of Sidney Carton Dickens Mr Salyers Song and ChorusOn the Moonlit Stream Geluel Misses Howell Scottow Messrs Choate Power and Class Recitation King Robert of Sicily Longfellow Miss Duncan Class Address Rev Carter helm Jones Presentation of Diplomas and Scholarships Class Song Tis Memory Brings Me Back BenedictionColorsCrimson Motto Neglect Not the Gift That Is in Thee FlowerCrimson Carnation Ill stop your pain free To show you firstbefore you spend a penny what my Pink Pain Tablets can do I will mall you free a trial package of themDr Shoops Headache Tab lets Neuralgia Headache Toothache Period pains etc are due alone to blood congestion Dr Shoops Head ache Tablets simply kill pain by coax Ing away the unnatural pressure That Is all Address Dr Shoop Ra cine Wis Sold by all dealers trassr Early Risers The famous little piss i It 1 J In tJtt htJ tf t25- Cincinnati and Return Via Queen Crescent Route AndtF C RySSUNDAY JUNE 9 Special train leaves Frankfort at 700 a m stopping at intermediate stations returning leavesICincinnati 830 p m same day ConeyIslaudCincinnati vs Broo- klynEXCURSION l RATEITO LOUISViLLEySunday LNR R GoIJRATE FOR ROUND TRIP ONLY 125STrain leaves at 755 Returning leaves Tenth Street Depot at 6 p m White City Fontaine Ferry Base Ball y Unprecedented d Offer r THE LEXINGTON HERALD J r From 8250SevellYou will want to keep in touch with the fall political campaign The daily visits of the Lexington Herald will make this possible Where can you get the news of the World including your own home news for such a small sum THE SUNDAY HERALD Is unsurpassed by any of the Metropolitan dallies Its comic section short stories and other special features are well worth the price 250 Address THE LEXINGTON HERALD CO Inc Lexington Kj l r k lf McCLURES STARTLING SUIT SALE f f IIr 1 The Greatest Suit Offer Ever Made in Frankfort 4it t f r J 31k- 1 35tf MANY SILK LINED SUITS IN THE LOT t A Heres what happened A big Rochester maker of fine clothes got wor l Wr ried on account of the cold spring He wanted to get rid of his stock and I he was willing to take most any old price if he could only dispose of the flf goods He offered them to us at an enormous reduction from usual prices c t WE BOUGHT THEM Pr mi v t tj Now listen This maker makes only the finest of readytowear clothes f retailing regularly at 25 to 35 Every suit in this purchase is handtail 1 tored the larger part of them are made of imported worsteds and probably t youfitwas ever one In 1t there being about 50 different styles to select from There are all sizes r iL to 50 stout including regulars longs and stouts r rigraysFi dark worsteds almost every conceivable pattern and to begin with there f i are all sizes in every pattern At least half of the suits are worth 30 and t over Come early and get a suit of imported fabrics silk lined handtailored bt for 18 The chances are that it will be many years before we can again iJfP make such an offer 9 9 9 it 9 9 t i You Cannot Afford To Miss This i Boys 7 to IO Suits 5 oo Boys 5 and 6 Suits 400 This boys suit sale helps along at commencement time Choice of any knee pants suit in stock worth 5 and up as above Blacks and blues included R K McClure SonsINCORROR7TTEDMt g 3R ar74r r Tj tI J1tt 1ft rnananqdrr ar wsy6 a 3Tati wki hI r A3euPwma rv lt u wo r