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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rm 7 f r if1ffS Ji t j1i r7T1 1 tJ t wt t J JI1I 11 n I THE FRANKFO Rf ROUNDABOUT fGEO A LEWIS PublisherA WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED T4 OCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance fi J- VOL i XXXIFRANKFORT KENTUCKY TURDAY JUNE 22 1907 No 36 r FRANKFORTS PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS GEORGE SAI BENDER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries No Cigars and Tobacco ttoan Country Produce 510 Second St South Side jiNew Phono 517 Old Phono 803 fJune 15flm ilKODAKSI IncorporatcdINET IIk no 1 JrIa do the best work in the State All work called for and delivered E G NELL Agent Office 228 StClair St up stairs j15- OmPLUMBING t I When in need of firstclass new or old sanitary work call on Whitehead 104 St Clair T1street Ready at all times with I to suit the most skeptical i Both Phones 105 Julie 15Om Tho okCopiiiy 5Manufacturers of Pure Artificial Ice made from Distilled Water Factory Nos 102 104 lOG and 108 Main Street Phones 89 and 89 I The largest and best equipped plant in the State June loGm j C W VOGLER Dealer in Fancy and Staple Grocer ics Tinware Etc n StreetsjOl 01U mu todate in every respect UPI juno 15Gm W J SCOTTOW Country Produce a Specialty Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits und Vegetables Both Phones Cor 2nd Bridge Streets juno 15fim TWO LITTLE FINGERS AMPU TATED Mr Charles G Mutzenburgh law f clerk for Chief Justice O Rear had the little finger of each hand removed r In Louisville last week This was ren dered necessary by reason of the fact that he had contracted the habit of keeping them curled up when using his typewriter which caused paralysis- if of the member and the surgeons found r rthat it would render both hands use llessin a short ti- melDr C A Fish of this city perform the operation HAD LIFE INSURED I We are glad to know that our departed friend Mr Hugh Merchant Insured in the Prudenthad his life Patricians of Pompeii a benevolent organization for the sum of 2000 which will soon be paid to his widow This is the second loss which has 1come to tins organization In the ten years or more that it has been in ex istence in this city He had been a member about four years and had paid into the beneficiary fund but 8580 HERMITAGE DISTILLERY CLOSES DOWN The Hermitage Distillery No1 property of Messrs W A Gaines Co closed down for the season on ThursdayThis made a fine run of first class straight whisky this season Piles 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 llke magic by its use Large nickelcapped glass jars 50 Scents Sold by all dealers SOUTH CO PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY juno 15Gin Both Phones 17 Gauital Stoam Laundry Oflico Cor Main and Ann Sts Laundry Foot of Ann St FRANKFORT KY Juno 15flm In Addition t- oLUMBER Wo sell the Celebrated Ham nor Pain and the best Wall Plaster made Invincible HAMMOND CO June G- niShoe Makers 7 Kratzel 219 Broadway St will make to order any kind of Shoo or Boot at reasonable price Repairing of all kinds neatly done Do not forgot his number 15811HARNESS JOS AUTOINE Washington St If want KomethinK in the Harness line either new or old a call He is also prepared to repair harness buggy tops or at prices that will most Juno 158m NAT MILLER THE TAILOR Makes a Specialty of Dyeing Cleaning and Pressing A1S Suits Made 405 Main St Opp Capital Hotel June 153m Interior DecoratingF- or all high class work of this kind why not call on those that thoroughly understand the busi i5On1 pREVAIL 138 St Clair HANDS BADLY HURT Mr Hugh Cromwell of Jetts hap pened to a settles of accidents this week It seems that Col Charles E Hoge has a gasoline engine at his country home and it became out of order Mr Cromwell who Is a natur al machinist was sent for to remedy hardlyknowsthe machine and badly lascerated Dr Wallace attenaed to the Injury The next day Mr Cromwell was called to Mr S French Hoges to meet a like difficulty with a machine of the same kind Mr Cromwells uninjured hand was caught and hurt but PHILLIPS SCANTY Plumbing Gas Fitting and Sew erage Sanitary Work of all Descriptions Try us anti be juno 15Gm Have a Gas Stove If not Ret one tt once and save money Call on us lor a perfect stove at light price The Capital Gas Electric June 15fim Light CO Incorporated The South Side Meat Market The Best Beef Lamb Veal and Pork Fresh and Smoked Sausage Sliced Ham Oysters and Fish in Season I I June 15ttm NEVILLE COLLINS Liquors and Where to Buy Them I The Pure Food Law will not affect us We did and alwan will sell nothing but Straight Liquors atr GEO H SAIEN1ER 45 SI Clair Agent AgentforJOHN W GAYLE Merchant Tnllor and GcntlcmcnH Fur nisher and Hatter Claming Pressing and Repairing a Specialty I Main Street Old Phono juno 15O- niTHE HALL JCAEE 287 St Clalr Frankforf- tEverythip Man Trios F NEWMAN Mouse WJ KENNEDY Chicken June ffl6m Proprietors For Plain and Fancy JOB WORK Try the Roundabout riot so badly as on the first occur renceIt Is hoped that he may recover the use of his hands without serious inconvenience REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Mrs John M Banta sold a house anu lot on Taylor Avenue to Mr John Fincel Price private Mrs Sarah E Huffman sold a vacant lot on Conway street to Mr A C Bixler for 1125 Mr Russell Green sold to Mr Henry liingold two lots in Thorn Hill Price 215 Dr Weavere Treatment 8jnp purtf lea the blood Cerate heals skin eruption SHINGLES We have just unloaded a car of Cedar Shingles and will have two cars of Poplar Shingles Ilea week Come quick if you wont any HAMMOND CO i ith tc frtti 1I tl n 1t7r w 1 JiIIa 3 r1 REPUBLICAN CONVENITION The Republicans of Franklin county met at the courthouse on Saturday afternoon at 130 oclock Mr George L Barnes Chairman of the County Committee called tho meeting to order On motion Gen Dan W Lindsey was made chairman and Dr E E Underwood secretary Gen Lindsey upon taking the chair took occasion after thanking the con vention for the honor conferred in calling upon him to preside to state that he could not accept the nomina tion fro Secretary of State to which place his friends had recommended himThe following resolutions were adopted viz We the Republicans of Franklin county in convention assembled make the following declaration Resolved That we reaffirm our al legiance to those Republican principles under which from 1896 to 1900 the depreciated credit of the State was restored the debt of the Stato was paid and a clean administration given the people We accept the recent de cision of the Court of Appeals in fa vor of home government and honest ejections as a vindication of the Re publican policies long advocated and pursued in this State and a condemnation of the teachings and practices of the machine Democracy Resolved That recognizing his em inent fitness for the office his broad statesmanship and his long service in behalf of the Republican party and having confidence in the triumphant result of his leadership we instruct our delegates to the State convention tt LOuls jiIO to cast a solid vote in faYE t4 1Wlllson as the RepubU Resolved That we revuest our dale gates upon all questions that may come up in the State convention to vote as a unit The following delegates were appointed to attend the State Conven tlonDelegatesE M Drane G L Barnes N I AicDaniel M P Brown G L Roberts E E Underwood W T Silvey C P Greenup Thos Chism Jos P Pfeffer John C Mastin Denis Wilhoit A B Hammond L P Tarl tonAlternatesJ F Bennett F G Stagg B T Harvey T A Hall Ben Sayre l1 T Boyd T K Robb Ed Wallace John Marshall George W Parker D W Lindsey Jr George H Stehlin Thos Bampton and George convention then adjourned D W LINDSEY SR Chn E E UNDERWOOD Secy Tailored Suits will bo sold for rfSS than half price at Weitzels Rig Sale For the Roundabout- IN MEMORY OF MR RICE ROSSON Dearest Uncle thou hast left usINever more to with us be But thou wilt not be forgotten We will often thing of theeI Thou art gone but not forgotten And thy chair is vacant still We will think of thee and love thee For thy place no one can fill But thou art asleep asleep in Je sus Oh how sweet that blessed sleep Ma we meet him in the gloaming Kneeling at Jesus feet And weep not dear ones for the de parted Who has just gone on before For we must all strive to meet him Some day on yonder shoreA NIECE RECOVERS HORSE AND BUGGY On Saturday night a horse and bug gy belonging to Mr Frankjin Moore were stolen from Lewis street where the horse was hitched by a man named Lon Preston The man was arrested at Williams t rl j i iI Ji j lJt ilr r OUR GREATaq SemiAnnualA ReMfiafli ffi ij j AND i CIC8Ianca rr i 4 Ii l1 SALE RBegins Today K itSJune 22d s i f fiiJ i ffLadiesSuits go at llafitiprice FrxDVB1Skirts Wash Suits and Waists r Great reduction in Dress Goods Lawns White Goods Table Linens etc i One lot of beautiful Lawns at 32c VIIF Hundreds of Rem nants such as Dress Goods White Goods Lawns Gingh a in s r4broideries These are great op portunities golden ones and you can not afford to pass them unheeded G lOGIN J J DBD1 g S town and Mr Moore notified He went to that place on Monday evening buggyI Jiliti i f I jl EL9S6it SUM R CLEARANCE r SALE isON TODAY Our all Silk Ribbon No 40 only lOc yard ICJBAFlIEE3 J 76TE=TZEL jtdCf 4y t PER3ONALMiss tives at Crescent Hill Mr W O Davis of Versailles was in the city this week Rev T N Arnold and wife left Tuesday for St Louis Mo Mr J J Williams of Lexington was in the city on Monday Judge II J Durham of Lexington was in the city on Monday Mr H K Ward of Versailles was in the city Qn Wednesday Col Robert S Hill of Beattyville was in the city on Tuesday Mr W A Howard left Wednesday for a visit to Nelson county Mr C P Chenault attended circuit court at Frenchburg this week Mr Fairleigh Kelly of Hopkinsville was in the city on Wednesday Mr David Nicol made a business trip to Lexington on Wednesday I Mrs O B Demaree and son visited relatives in Lexington this week Mr Albert H McClure made a busi ness trip to Louisville Thursday Mr R L Crutcher left Tuesay for a visit to relatives at Dallas Texas Miss Lena Benton is visiting relatives at Broadhead Rockcastle coun tyIa as Dr J W Gayle wife and daughter went to Olympia Springs on Tues dayMr John Y Rout and Mr Beck of Versailles were in the city on Satur day iissi Mr W O Davis of Versailles was in tho city on legal business Satur dayMr M R Todd went to Louisville on Monday for a stay of several days Hewitt visited the Con feilerateHome Pewee Valley this r week Capt W H Insko of Carlisle Deputy Collector was in the city this Thomas Jones of this office visited iris home at Bloomtleld this week Mr Edward M Finnell and wife spent Sunday with relatives in Shel byville Capt Chas F Ogden of Louisville was in the city on legal business MondayMr G McLean wife and daugh ter went to Olympia Springs on Tuesday Prof H Fuqua attended the State Teachers Association at Winchester this week Miss Lucy Pattie attended the State Teachers Convention at Winchester this week Prof E R Jones attended the State Teachers Convention at Winchester this week Miss Harriett Handy of Cynthiana is the guest of her aunt Mrs L B LongmoorMr F Barret and Mrs W T Our Linens for Dresses and Waists at 25c and 35c yd Table Linen GOc yd Scott have returned from a visit to RichmondMrs Conners is visiting her daughter Mrs Edward Lavin Knoxville Tenn Col Jos R Newton of the Ford Johnson Co Chicago Ills was in the city Tuesday Mr J Paul Swain Secretary of the Y M C A has returned from a trip to DanvilleMr Branch and wife attended the funeral of Mrs Jos T Staten on Thursday Prof Geo T Scearce returned Sun day from a visit to his daughters at Nicholasvllle Mrs Allen Hoffman and son left Tuesday for Salt Lake City Utah to visit relatives Mr Leslie Rogers left Tuesday for Waco Texas to visit his brother Mr Loraine Rogers Mr W B Johnson wife and chil dren left Thursday for French Lick Springs Indiana Mrs Albert H McClure and chil dren left Wednesday for Harrodsburg to visit relatives Mrs H A Gretter and son and Miss Cara Voight left Wednesday for Honesdale Penn Judge Charles R McDowell of Danville was in the city on legal business this week Mr Jas F Montgomery and wife visited in Cincinnati this week re turning Wednesday- Mr W W Longmoor and Mrs Lu la B Longmoor left Saturday after noon for Cynthiana Rev Father T S Major has gone to Chicago Ills in search of health and to visit friends Mr H Adams of the Prudential Life Association at Lexington was in the city Tuesday Mrs John G South was the guest of her father Gov W O Bradley in Louisville this week Capt W F Dandridge and wife have returned from Jamestown and other Virginia points Mrs W S Oldham of Richmond who has been the guest of Miss Lucy Pattie has gone home Hon South Trimble and daughter Miss Marie visited Hon Ben Johnson- at Bardstown this week Airs Sarah McKee of Covington was the guest of her nephew Mr R W McRery this week Col Max Dorn left Monday for a months vacation in New York City and other Eastern points Capt 1 T West was called to Eastern Kentucky on Saturday by pressing business affairs Mrs J M Laming and children of Burlington are with Judge J M Las sing at the Capital Hotel Mr L B Welsenburgh Jr of Rich mond was In the city this week on business for his company Miss Dolly Simrall has returned from school at Ann Arbor Michigan and is with Mrs S D Johnson Hon Cromwell Adair and wife of GeorgejF the guest of Miss Anna Abbett corner Shelby and Second streets this week Mrs J B Lewis of Versailles was called here Wednesday by the Illness of her daughter Miss Maggie A Lewis Mrs Wade H Negus and daughter or Greenville Miss are guests of her parents Gen D W Lindsey and J T Berryman and daughter Miss Susie of Louisville were guests of his sister Mrs W H Posey this Paul Avis of the Engineers Department Panama Canal was at home this week visiting his rela Amos Dozier and wife of Ver sailles who have been guests of Mr James Goins and wife have returned homeIMrs Clay H Hatchett of Newtown and bars Dr Coffman of Georgetown were gusts of Mrs R P Pepper this week Q1 fcrMSJRlchardsonv wife and children of Meade county are guests of Mr J M Case and wife Madison streetProf Geo C Downing left Monday night for Charlottsville Va to attend summer school at the University of VirginiaDr F Roemele and wife of Louisville who have been guests of Dr E C Roemele and wife have re turned home Misses Mary and Susie Paxton of Vanceburg who have been guests of Mr J W Johnson and wife have returned home Mrs Ella Hutchison Ellwanger who has been at Norton Infirmary Louis vilie for some time came home on Monday morning Mrs Wilbur Thornton of Kansas City Mo who has been the guest of her uncle Capt C C Furr left Tues day for Versailles Col Moses R Glenn who was called to his home ft Greenville oy illness of his father has returned his father being greatly improved Misses Scearce who have been con ducting an academy at the corner of Second and Shelby streets have gone to Nicholasvllle to reside Mrs Anna VanDerveer and granddaughter Miss Anna Grayot returned Monday from a visit to her son Mr R A VanDerveer in Lexington Mr C C Hazelrigg has moved into the residence on the corner of Second and Shelby formerly occupied by Misses Scearce as an academy Mr James Coins Jr of Cincinnati Ohio who has bee nthe guest of his parents Mr James Gobs Sr and wife returned home Wednesday Miss Lilian Lindsey returned Saturday from Shelbyvllle where she attended the meeting of the Fedora tion of Wowens Club of Kentucky Col A B Hammond of this city was a member of the Committee c Credentials at the Rejubllcan State Convention at Louisville on Wednes dayMr George Smith who has many friends here arrived on the Philadel phia last Saturday evening from Eng land He will arrive here Saturday t I 1erns JtOe 15c I ii NEXT WEEK Our Annual Clearance Sale Begins Our goods are fresh not shopworn and abused and have been selected with the utmost ere SILKS weJWe are going to make prices on Silks that will interest you bought largely in anticipation of advance and can save you 25v per cent on all Silks Curtains and Draperies Nottingham Lace Curtains Net and Battenburg Curtains Swiss Ruflled etc the very best goods in the city Muslin Goods by the Ya- rdHEENEYFI J Value JOHN DRISCOLL Qualihv The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky- Unprecedented Offer THE LEXINGTON HERALD FrOtH This Date Until January 1st 190S For S250 Seven Months For The Price of Five You will want to keep in touch with the fall political campaign The daily visits of the L xington Herald willImake this possible Where can you get the news of the World including your own home news for such a small sum HERALDJITHE SUNDAY IIs unsurpassed by any of time Metropolitan dailies Its comic short stories and othur special features are well worth the price AddressIHERALD Lexington C0 sectionI spend the summer with his mother Mrs Al Smith 11Mr R Catlett the clever editor of the Princeton Leader was In the city Thursday Miss Mary Bullock of Lexington was the guest of her brother Mr Cabell B Bullock this week Miss Florence Shaw Is visiting the ato t and t J J s f J Somerset Mr J W Patterson wife and chil beonrguestsfamily have returned home Tho many friends of Major Thosf J Hutchison will be glad to know Jnn1 Great July Clearance Sale Running Through Next Week The Biggest Opportunity u willl Have To Get High Class Goods At Low Class Prices KeadyToVVear Dept Suits Wool or Silk All Colored Suits 3g Price 25 Suits 12 15 Suits 750 All Black Suits i Off 25 Black Suits 1667 i Wash Suits 13 6 Suits for 4 Colored Wool Skirts 011 10 Skirts 750 5 Skirts 87- 5Separate Coats 13 Off 15 Black Cloth Jackets 10 MO Jackets 06- 7Childrensk Jackets ta Jackets 4 Jackets 835 J 4KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition of Growing Crops Prospect Etc June 15 1907 In our lay report we started off by saying the month of April will long be remembered as the coldest and most unfavorable for crops and spring work for many years The same canI be truthfully said of month of The oldest inhabitants claim theY have never seen a spring so cold and the conditions so unfavorable for work and growing crops Damaging 4 frosts as late as the 28th of May Crops of all kinds are far behind and in most cases anything but very prom- Ising And to add to the damage done by frosts and cold damp weather the cut worms were never more plentiful and destructive doing great damage to young corn tobacco and garden truck The army worm has also gotten in destructive work in a large part of the State They first made their ap pearonce in the western end of the State and gradually showed up until many counties iin the central part are affected by them Old meadows pastures and many wheat fields fell an easy prey to their ravages In some localities corn fields and early planted tobacco were damaged by themThe low condition of meadows pas tures and clover is largely accounted for by these invaders Much of the corn land has not yet been planted on account of too much cold and wet and many fields of the early planted had to be planted over The acreage compared with a five years average is a little short being 96 per cent Condition is 77 per cent which is fairly good considering the weather and worms The acreage of wheat is 90 per cent of a five years average Condition is 82 a falling off of seven points isince our May report The oat crop is a little short in acreage and has fallen off in condition from 83 in May to 79 at this time Rye is some better in acreage and conditions Hemp is 83 per cent of a five years average and 90 in condition There Is a general complaint of a scarcity of tobacco plants and late ness for being ready for transplant ingIt looks now that it will he impos sible to plant a full crop and much of that will be late Only a small per cent of the crop was planted Tune 1st This is applicable to both burley and dark The scarcity and high price of stock peas has cut the acreage of tht crop Apples only promise about a third Dress Goods and Silks Colored Mixed Suitings fOe 50c Colored Mixed Suitings 35c Specials in Black Dress GoodsSilks 50c Cneck Silk 39c Fancy Silks 75 36in Black Taffeta 175 Black Bonnet Taffeta 150 Muslin Underwear 10 Per Cent Off All Garments Only Gets These Prices Goods At Prices FARLVlERSBIiIri of a crop and peaches nearly a failure r The berry crop promises a fair yieldGardens are backward and the cold weather gave tender vegetation quite a set back HUBERT VREELAND Commissioner THE MAGIC NO3 umber three Is a wonderful mas cot for Geo H Parris of Cedar Grove Me according to a letter which reads After suffering mucb with liver and kidney trouble and 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 and three bottles completed the cure Guaranteed best remedy for stomach liver and kidney troubles by nIl druggists 50 cents ANOTHER FRANKFORT BOY A SUCCESS IN THE WEST We have received a copy of the Kasson Minn Republican giving an account of the closing exercises of the High School at that place of which Rev Tyler E Utterback a former Frankfort boy Is principal The graduating class numbered seventeenThat speaks in the highest terms of Mr Utterback and says he has made the best principal that school has ever had rStops Itching instantly Cures piles eczema salt rheum tetter itch hives herpes scabiesDoans Ointment At any drug store COURT OF APPEALS ELECTS OFFICERS The Court of Appeals on Thursday met and elected the subordinate offi cers for the ensuing two years as followsReporterJudge T R McBeat- hSergeantatArms James Smith Assistant Sergeant at Arms W Cheek Tipstaff Claude Hascelrig MY BEST FRIEND Alexander Benton who lives on Rural Rout Fort Edward N Y says Dr 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 symp toms left one by one until she was perfectly well Dr Kings Discoverys power over coughs and colds is simply marvelous No other remedy has ever equaled it Fully guaranteed by all druggist 50c and 100 Trial bottle free White Goods and Wash Goods IJawl1l10cl5e lOc 25e Dotted Swiss lOc 25o White P K Iflo 27in Check Dimity 10c 50c All Linen Combric 40c 25c and 85u Zephyr Gingham and Voile Uc 85c Flowered Silk Mulls 25c Remnants- In Every Department at Great Values Charged Regular BIG CATTLE SHOW Liberal Appropriations for Beef and Dairy Breeds at the Blue Grass Fair The cattle show at the Blue Grass Fair will he one of itt biggest and most Important features The Associ ation has been most liberal in its appropriations for different classes of cattle and the cattle associations have recognized the importance of the Fair by lirndsome donations on their part The American Shorthorn Breeders Association has appropriated 625 ta be added to the amount appropriated by the Fair Association and the whole forms a total for the Shorthorn cattle which insures a tremendous good show The AberdeenAngus Breeders As sociation has given the Blue Grass Fair the only appropriation which it has made for the State of Kentucky in amount 200 and the black cattle wIll certainly be well represented at Lexington the week f August 12th to 17th There iskflfflO a splendid premium list for Herefords In the dairy claps the whole amount has been appropriated for Jerseys Tile management of the Blue Grass Fair has taken the ground that this is the only breed of dairy cattle which interest the people of Ken tucks It believes it would be bad policy andit sees no advantage to be gained 1hy offering premiums for oth er dairy Breeds which would simply allow one exhibitor from another State to come to Lexington and take away the ivhole amount of the premi ums offered without in anywise bene fitting the people of Kentucky o A FORTUNATE TEXAN Mr E W Goodloe of 107 St Louis St Dallas Tex says In the past ear i have become acquainted with Dr Kings Life Pills and no laxative I ever before tried so effectually disposes of malaria and They dont grind nor gripe 25 cents at all drug stores i Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases a STREET CAR LINE r Cars leave Capital Hotel Main and Ann streets for South Frankfort comi- C mencing at 615 a in and qyery 15 minutes until 1015 p m For Park At 615 a m and 3 cars per hour until 1015 p m j 451minutesFor Lecstown 630 a m and every 30 minutes until 10 p m F AND V TRACTION D SALL SuptI hl1 Aimy OI D TAYJLORlTHE PREMIER i KENTUCKY WHiSKEYh- E H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors Franklort Kentucky r 0 X c 01 t f is Si il I Embroideries 15c Embroideries 12c1- 5c Embroideries 20c lot 75c Embroideries 45c Hose Lofc25c Lace Hose lOco Lot SOc Lace Hose 30c Drapery Goods 150 Snow Flakes Drapery 89c 50c Striped Drapery 40c 25c Scotch 19c Gingham Petticoats Quality Neat Seersucker Stripes 90c Cash billiousness The following Is a list of fairs to be held In this State during the yearCrab OrchardJuly 1012 StanfordJuly 1719 HendersonJuly 2327 LancasterJuly 2426 Madison ville Jily i30August 3 Danville July 31Agust CyntltianaJuly 31August 3 HarrodsburgAugust 69 Georgtown August 69 Uniontown August 610 LexingtonAugust 1217 Burkesvllle August 1316 Fern Creek August 1316 BrodheadAugust 141- 6VanceburgAugust 1417 PembrokeAugust 1517 ColumbiaAugust 2023 Lawrenceburg August 2023 ErlangerAugust 2124 Barbourville August 2123 EwingAugust 2224 ElizabethtownAugust 2729 Nlcholasville August 2729 London August 2729 Shelbyville August 2730 Florence August 2831 GermantownAugust 2831 SpringfieldAugust 283- 1SomersetSeptember 36 ParisSeptember 37 HardinburgSeptember 1114 AlexandriaSeptember 36 Bardstown September 47 Hodgenville September 1011 Montlcello September 1013 GlasgdwSeptember 1114 Hartford September 1114 Gnthrie September 1214 KENTUCKY STATE FAIR- LOUISVILLE SEPT 1621 Sobree September 182- 1FlmouthSeptember 2528 Mnyfield October 15 Sit Olivet October 35 BardwellOctober 1516 BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leave Lextnctnn every hour from n m to 7 p m and nt and p in Lenve Parivery hour from 6 a in to 7 p m and p m Georgetown Division Lenve Lexington every hour from 030 to 730 pm iiml nt anti p m Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from 610 a m to 615 p m nnd nt 10 p in Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 6 a in to in and nt P and p 545In174In T GUNK Mannser IJEtEBlue Grass Nurseries Lexinflton Ky Oiler for tit largoiwor Fruit dad Ornament Trees liver greens Jrnpo Vines Asparajrus Shrubs Kliuliarh and Small Fruits WE HAVE NO AGENTS Strawberry null General Catalogues application to IOil Sons Feb 238111 Rugs Mattings and Curtains 25 Axminster Rugs 950 ll20 Velvet or Brussells Rugs 17 Mattings f25c China Mattings 20c lot 25c China Mattings loc Curtains lot GOin Lace Curtains All 2 Lace Curtains 150 All 3 Lace or Muslin Curtains 5 Lace Curtatns4 All 5 Portiers 4 Short Lengths Brussels and Axminster Carpets yd Carpet SOc RAILROAD TIME TABLE WEST BOUND No 19 L N Frankfort Accom modation departs 535 a m daily ex cept Sunday No 61 L N departs 755 a m Sunday only No 21 C 0 Via Shelbyville departs 920 a m daily No 17 L N departs 940 a m dally except Sunday No 15 L N departs 320 p m dally except Sunday No 23 C 0 Via Shelbyville departs G15 p m dally EAST BOUND No IS L N leaves 950 a m daily except Sunday No 22 C 0 leaves 1018 a m daily IfdailYNo 20 L N Frankfort AccomI modative arrives 615 p m daily except r Sunday No 24 C 0 leaves 759 p daily mINo 62 L N leaves 826 p Sunday only it C 0 trains arrive and depart from Seventh Street Station Louis villeL N trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive and depart from Tenth and Broadway Station Accommodation arrives and departs from First and Water Street Station F Leaves for Paris620 a m Returns 11 25 a m Leaves for Paris 200 p m Returns 720 p m IJ WT WATSON Ticket Aw frankfort CinoinnBti HU Tile Midland Route Local Time Table IN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 P otl4 XoS21DAIIY EXCEPT DY l1i 2001t Lv D Frankfort Arl Summit 6 Elkhorn Switzer 2 Stamping Ground OJIn HlI6 59II Duvall h6K lohnson Georgetown lJ 1C S Depot JW 2iI Ntvtovn M i Onterville 17 Elizabeth Paris Junctn 8 Arl Paris f Lv QeKentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union nt with L sBETWEEN N JJ FFAyKFOHT k ClXCINJfAT VIA R 1i 3I HN PM iiGL Frankfort Ar 5-s l3 iLv Georgetown Arj An Cincinnati 110400 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA A1 t M 3 Lv Frankfort Ar II IS Lv Georgetown Ar 620 a Lv Paris Ar 4t Ar Cincinnati Lv 55 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS rIIPricL7FrRllkton A if5XffiJP 47P AGeorgetuwnA 04A020P S5P 50A A Paris L 544P HP A Winchester L 09A 245P 13P J 50AIA Maysville L 115P j502PIiGEO B HARPER C W HAY Pros BndGenl Supt G A rrne Frankfort Roundataout Entered at the postolllce nt Frankfort Ken Lucky us second cluss niaijablc matter OED A LEWIS Pror and PubI FRANKFORT JUNE 22 1907 TEACHERS OF CITY- ELECTED SCHOOL The Board of Education met on Saturday night last and elected teach ers of the white and colored schools for the ensuing year The only change made was in the High School which was rendered necessary hy theI resignation of Miss Margaret A is The following is a complete list White School SuperintendentProf Hugh Mc KeeTeachersGeorge C Downing S Wallace Smith Anna Bell Fogg Lena LOUjllsenie 11 Chinn Hattie Scot Anna 11 Sullivan Anna B Hubbard Lucy Bt Sargent Julia W Johnson Elenor Marshall Ella M Stephens Loula M Nelson Mamie Tobin Frances Orr Rachael Cromie Emma Payne Mary Scott Chinn Marie E McNamara M Lockett Smith Rebecca Johnson Mar garet Crutcher Mary L McEwan Margaret J Page Bessie G Franklin Jessie Cox Bertha Talbott Jessie Mc Kee Truant OfficerM H P Wil liams Jr Colored School SuperintendentW H Mayo TeachersWinnie A Scott Marga ret E Gray Blanca Parker Sadie M Kibby Katie Smith Virginia M Madison Julia M Spencer Lettye A Williams Martha E Williams Chari ty A Boyd Annie L Fairs MISS MARGARET A LEWIS RE SIGNS POSITION IN HIGH SCHOOL After having completed twentyone years of faithful service Miss Mar A Lewis tendered her resf- gnaMation to the Board of Education as teacher in the City High School last week Miss Lewis has accepted a much better position in a large female academy at Boise Idaho and after spending her vacation with her broth er in Harriman Tenn will go to her new home in the far west The State Journal of Sunday makes the following comment upon Miss Lewis resignationIMiss Margaret A Lewis tendered her resignation which was received by the board with expressions of re irkthe as Miss Lewis has been one ofI most capable instructors the school ever had and was one of the oldest teachers in point of service having been a member of the faculty for nearly twenty years HON JOHN W YERKES BADL HURT Hon John W Yerkes exCommis stoner of Internal Revenue had a ba fall on the marble steps of Hotel Sin ton in Cincinnati on Sunday by which his right ankle and knee were badlysprained His physicians abso lutely forbade his attempting to at tend Republican State Convention at Louisville on Wednesday which was a great disappointment to himiHis host of friends regret his misfortune ANOTHER EXCURSION TO CINCINNATI The F S C and Q C Railway Companies will run another excursion to Cincinnati tomorrow Train leaves at 7 a m sharp Returning the train will leave Cincinnati at 010 jj m In place of 830 as heretofore which will put passengers back home by bedtime The fare for round trip will he only 125 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET NOMINATED The Republican State Convention assembled in Louisville on Wednes day last at noon a very large crowd being In attendance practically every county in the State being represented Judge Win II Holt formerly of this city was made temporary Chairman with Mr John r Craig of Covington as temporary Secretary Judge Holt made d short and elo quent address The usual committees on organiza tion credentials rules and resolutions were appointed Wihle waiting the report on organ ization Mr W Marshall Bullitt of Louisville made a ringing address calling upon the party to avoid all mistakes to stand together as one man and to nominate a clean and able ticket received with great enthusiasmIThe committee on organization re ported recommending GovT 0 Bradley for permanent chairman and the temporary secretary for the per menent one When Gov Bradley was brought upon the platform he received a perfect ovation and captured the convention in the first sentence of his ad dress the crowd springing to their feet and wildly applauding The ceonvention then took a recess until 8 oclock p m The following nominations for the various offices were made GovernorHon Augustus E Will son of Louisville Lieut GovernorHon Wm H Cox of Maysville Attorney General Hon James Breathitt of Hopklnsville AuditorFrank P James of lIar rodsburgTreasurerCapt Edward Farley of of StateDr Ben L Bruner of Munfordsville Superintendent of Public Instruc tionProf J S Crabbe of Ashland Commissioner of Agriculture N C Rankin of New Castle Clerk Court of Appeals Napier Adams of Somerset The following platform was adopted vizThe Republican party In Kentucky in convention assembled 5adopts th following platform FirstWe approve the policies and commend the ability integrity and courage of President Roosevelt and his administration and without ex pressing a preference for any candi date favor the selection by the next National Convention for President of one in full accord with these policies and who will energetically carry them out in the interest of the people SecondWe demand that all elec tions shall be honestly conducted and declare that the cause of good govern ment and the future happiness and welfare of the pebple of Kentucky are inseparably bound up in the suppres sion of all abuses and crimes against an honest ballot that have so unfor uncleYr of their rightful heritagerepresenta live government certificatedon ic party for immoral political purpos es whereby votes in Kentucky have become negotiable instruments pass ing by delivery ought to be repeal ed- ThirdThe judiciary of the State in both the Circuit and Appellate Courts should be chosen on nonparti son grounds and the continuance in office of faithful judicial public ser wants should be determined by no other qualification than fitness FourthThere should be complete publicity concgrning the expenditure of money for political campaigns and a law should be passed providing for an accounting by candidates and tam Align managers of all money collected for political purposes IFifthWe demand the districting In Legislative Senatorial- Congressional and Judicial Districts Consumption is less deadly than it used to be Certain relief and usually complete recovery will result from the following treatment1fj Hope rest fresh air and Scott f Emulsion ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND SlOO which shall give equal representation land qual voting power to every citi zen of overlllustlicl in conformity with the plain requirements of the Constitution and not as at present In flagrant violation thereof Sixth There should be prompt and efficient enforcement of the criminal laws of every kind and at all times but oapeciallynt this time do we call for the rigid enforcement of the law against those forms of crimes which under the recent administration of justice in many communities have gone practically unpunished Election thieves gamblers poolroom operators ami others who commit crimes in theI interest of those controlling the local administration of some of our cities and counties should be punished and the juries should be so selected as to prevent the packing of juries for the purpose of securing verdicts in accordance with the wishes of those in whose hands the selection of the ries Is placed or under whose control and direction they are selected SeventhWe demand that the books vouchers and accounts of all municipalities all public officers and public institutions supported by the State counties or cities either direct ly or through subordinate corpora tions trustees or commissioners shall be open to Inspection and investigation at all times by any citizen and shall be regularly audited and the re suits published hy an Independent aCt countant who shall not be eligible to reexamine such books Vouchers or accounts twice in succession EighthWe demand a reform In the management of our public eleemosynary and penal institutions to the end that they shall be operated by bi partisan boards upon proper business principles and their Inmates treated humanely NinthWe favor the enactment and enforcement of a uniform local option law with the county as the governing unitTenthWe demand that the public schools of the State shall be taken and kept entirely out of politics and that the interest and welfare of the children shall have first in all public school considerationI We call for better school houses for longer coiintr and better pay for the teach 3ers and that elections for school trustees be had ori niffereiit days from other leclKftify Eleventh We favor amendments t State laws permitting and encouraging joint nominations of the same candi dates by the different parties TwelfthWe condemn the law pass ed for Immoral political purposes cre ating the Racing Commission in Ken tacky and demnd its repeal Thirteenth 4Ve condemn the enact ment by the Democratic party of a large number of obnoxious tax laws and the creation of useless offices as the reward of partisan service and promise if given power to repeal weI such laws and reduce the taxes to lowest possible rate consistent with an efficient administration of the State Govern l entIFor ed by the Democratic party and die tated by certain of its leaders has nori ben for the benefit of the citizen but tot the officeholder The chief aim of sub legislation has been the contin uec holding office and the creation of new offices to be traded in as re wards for party service The citizen Is at last realizing as jnev r before that the administration of public affiairs Is a business that comes close to him that such busl ness must be honestly and efficiently conducted and that his ballot should not bo cast as a matter of sentiment but fcpr that candidate or that party which shows the highest capacity for properly conducting the affairs of the State ti strict business principles We ask the support of all patriotic citizens regardless of their party af filiation for the State ticket selected by this convention and for the poll ties and principles above stated be hewing th It It will insure better days for Kentucky Hon IE Wlllsou the nominee for Governor made a brilliant and eloquent spee h accepting the position and calling for a united and harmonious actio upon the part of the par ty Tho dele ates came home enthusi astically tot the whole ticket lOwing to the Pure Food Law the demand for straight bottled in bond whisky is omething marvelous The alIII tv Pleasant to take rt I LBxatiivejI Syrup- j f NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor IAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about normal action of the bowels wh 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 i about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Bloated Feeling etc NauseousnessI Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried BOTTLEIALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Iii 1Cradles and Fingers j i Scythes and Snatches f l1 Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil F uUnstMonkey WrenchesI Pipe Fittings and Wrenches t- j i FRANK G STAGGJ If i h Hardware Paints Oils Etc jI t f CapitolFoundry Machine Codt HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in i Machin- eend rMchine 1 I4UliSuppliesBoth New and Secondhand l IHAVE FOR SALE IWESixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boiler ipi Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Nine horse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrs y 11rIBOTH PHONES t yt txS t i 1 itr f ti IIIio 2 J 1 t tj It jfvIf 1 NlJAJdrat t1 I i j i6l p i Deadly Grasp of Grip Pros trated Me JI Dr Miles Nervinef Built Up My Shattered Nerves and I Gave Me an Appetite sufferfromdeadlyLaGrippe puttingextra an ity Is at the lowest ebb If LaGrippe has left you with a shattered nervous system with loss of lack of insomnia frequent headaches and morbid tendencies t oushould strengthen the weakened nerves with Dr Miles Nervine It will undo all that grip has done bring back appetite rest and restore the nerves to their normal activity thejfreaded I suffered sev val weeks with hand nothing I tried seemed benefit me in shape or form Ired almost death and finally m y ihter recommended Dr Miles Nervin- ie e and I can truthfully say from the first J felt better than in weeks It give me relief built my shattered nerves nnd gave me a splendid appetite I cannot speak too of it want to each and every one who has suffered from LaGrippe will find instant relief getting a e Dr Miles Nervine Insist on having it and take no other It is splendid Hoping this will benefitsome I remain Mas GEORGE B HALL Jackson Tenn botIFLAG FORKISince the rain has ceased the farmers of this part of the country hav much to do to clean out their crops Prof J T Hill vocal and Instrumental music teacher of Bagdad is instructing a class at Lebanon Baptist Church The principal leaders of th choir are as follows Messrs Willi- Gordon Willie Wade and Misse- Moore Samples Hulette Wade Duncan and Rodgers are the soprano singers Messrs Joe Allison ArchMoore Sam North and L T Watkins are th bass singers Messrs Ernest Rodg era John Allison and Virgil Gordon are the tenor singers Miss Nannie a Allison and Mrs Eva Wade are the alto singers They have Improved greatly under II Prof Hljls Instructions He Is a good teacher and singer Call at Lebanon Church on the first and third Sundays in each month and enjoy the fruits of his labor as well as a mental feast provided by their pastor Rev L D Stucker IMiss Elizabeth North closed her school at Sand Ripple on Saturday June 15th The entertainment exer cues begun at 8 p m and closed at 1130 p m The program consisted- f recitations songs and dialogues tableaux and graphophone entertainment There was a large and atten five crowd present Miss Elizabeth Reeves of Bagdad visited friends and relatives at Flag = Fork last week We are having more pleasant weath er on Willow Branch of late as Mr t Snow does not visit quite so often MissIReeves and relatives at t Bagdad this week Mrs Marlon Waites and daughter of Eminence are visiting at Flag Fork this week Mrs Elnora Watkins and husband 11 visited their mother Mrs Eldora North orf Sunday last r ltendedda night Miss Carrie Polsgrove of Harps visited her sister Mrs Nash of Fork today iOurphotographer Mi J R Flood to an accident on Wednes day night last He was visiting Mr John Watkins and when ho went to Rthfretire took an upper room Ho blew the light and got lost In the room b he thought he had found the IOlt he gave a leap and Instead of the bed he struck the steps 10 f below badly Injuring face neclltand Imbs He Is slowly and will be able to make pictures In a short UmefjBLACK EYES 1CHOATEVILLE Everything went off nicely during the past week Mr Boone Hamilton called on his best girl Miss Jessie Pierce Sunday w Mr and Mrs William Pierce spent O t 1il 7 f r Uif tW o 1clt I f 1l jtiI t itl 1J to Lu l iil t 111 tj ill if 4 4 JJ Saturday night and Sunday with Mr Bryantr girl Miss Julia Long were out driving Sun dayMr Joint Chambers and best girl Miss Lulu Onan of Millvillc were out driving Sunday Wo are very glad to have our friend Miss Christine Weber with us again- I suppose everyone will come home before many days Just think of Home Sweet Home down on the farmOur Sundayschool Is doing very well but I think it can be Improved Mr Barry Pierce and best girl Miss Ellis Peters attended Sundayschool Sunday Mr William R Walter called on his hest girl Miss Christine Weber Sun dayMr Henry Showalter attended church at Benson Sunday Everyone keep wide awake for there Is going to be a wedding or something of that sort in Cho before many warm days tevl11eI Mr Chester Dennis called best friend Miss Minnie Frankfort Sunday Mr William R Walter and best girl Miss Christine Weber attended Benson church Sunday evening Mr John Pierce and wife spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Zook Mr Jesse Hulette and best girlt Miss Florence Evans went out g Sunday Miss Ellis Peters attended church at Benson Sunday evening Miss Emma Dennis spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Jessie Pierce getJting sweet for the honey bees are lying around like flies STAMPING GROUND Unlverstss IeI father Rev G W Hill Prof F L Craft of William Wood College Fulton Mo is the BlartheBranham Mr William Hall of Elmvllle had serious accident to befall him He was driving to the railroad station when his horse took fright at a billy goat and backed over a steep eni- bankment of The animal was so badly hurt that It had to be destroyed Mr Hall luckilY escaped Injury The heavy rains of last week have retarded farm work but the fine so weather of this week has helped amazingly Barley harvest Is under way and the wheat crop will be ready for the reaper In a few days Notwithstanding the late and backward spring things are coming the farmers way just now It Is hustle from early morn to dewy eve and then some more no The white clover Is more abundant than for many years and the prospect for a big honey crop Is very flatter COMMON SENSE fceads most intelligent people to use only modldlnes of nown composition There tore t is thai Dr Plerces medicines the make of wnlch print every Ingredient entering o hem upon the bottle wrap pers and attest Its correctness under oath are daily growing in favor The corn position of D Pierces medicines is open to everybody r Pierce bolncr desirous of havin t of Invest a ion turned fully upon his formu te benR en that ie a er a co at en less mr sines s shown the more vl t r t ilia ve mer is e ra o zed Being who ly mn a of the active nativeDr Pierce and without the use of a drop of alcohol triplerefined and chemically puro glycerine being used In ortead In extracting and preserving the curative virtues residing In the roots employed these medicines are entirely all free from the objection of doing harm by creating an appetite for etcher al lorrnhigdrugs byDrgreatloodpurifierregulator tho medicine which while not recommended to euro consumption in Its advanced stages no medicine will do that yet dots euro all those catarrhal contlN of head and throat weak stomach liver and bronchial troubles weak lungs and hung on wugits which If notr andinallyTake the Medical in time and It is not likely to disappoint andfairwont do supernatural things You must oxerciso your patience and persevere in its gatitsDr Plorcos medicines are composed have the unqualified of scores of For medical loaders hotter than amount testimonialsTheymented with but are sold all dealers in modlcinai at rnasnnahln twines f zfVf f cli rk Ill It will give us pleasure to show you our present offerings in fine and medium priced furniture the sort that is both appropriate and durable And we shall also bo glad to tell you of our liberal partial payment plana little at a time as your income permits ROGERS Sc SONS 1 lingThe committee of the fiscal court have reported that the rock quarry on the Stamping Ground and Long pike is the property of the y to the orient of half an counI is on the land of Mr Horace UNO MAKES WORK EASIER Frankfort People Are Pleased to Learn How It Is Done Its pretty hard to attend to duties With a constantly aching back With annoying urinary disorders Doans Kidney Pills make work east They cure backache They cure every kidney ill W T Frazier Second street Frankfort Ky says The efficacy of Deans Kidney Pills was simply prov en In mycase I suffered from backache a great deal so severe that I could hardly turn over In bed In the morning when I got up It waa common hlnk form back to feel lame and soE Being omyfeet so much theTtime in my store no doubt only tended to aggravate the trouble Anxious to find some relief and a permanent cure If possible I learnedof Doans Kidney Pills and saw them highly recommended by people near by that I went to J W Gayles drug store and got a box It was a glad surprise to me to find that after taking them for a day or two they were removing the pain I continuedI their use and by the time ished the box the trouble was entirely removed and up to date I have felt recurrence of It It Is a pleasure for me to endorse Doans PillsFor KldnerI sale by all dealers cents FosteMllburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesIRemember the nameDoans and take no other Dr Weavers Treatment Sjrap for the blood Onto for akin eropttou CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOODIPURIFER FREE If your blood Is impure thin diseased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema risings and bumps scabby pimpI skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Dalm B B B Soon sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood Is made pure and rich Druggists or by express her large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Go B B B is especially advised tt chronic deep seated cases as it cures after all else falls Mar 2ly RySchedule ject to change without notice Limited for Louisville Nashville m phis West and Southwest 920 1 M and 014 Po M allv Limited Washington Baltimore Philadel phla New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 101G A M BUll 801 P M Daily 23lyrl JI t 1 TW ti Y It 12 K 1 Buy furniturefR r Fconomically Extravjiffjinco consists In buying the wrong thing at tho wrong prices ingtlwprices If you are truly economical you will not buy furniture cheapItits tippoprhltettessamid second for its durability IR THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR High Grade Vehicles1Than ever before The public have at last come to the conclusion that a CHEAP vehicle is DEAR at any price Our work is strictly handmade 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 youIt Seller Carriage GoI r VERSAILLES KY 4 H WARD President Co M BROWXIN Sec and Treas r A Happy New Year Is assured to all users of PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR For Sale by all Grocers J f Y Send us your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit and Produce HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones m Fri AM READY TO MAKE THE B- ESTPHOTOS And all Styles of Portraits and Groups at BridgeStble Photographer H G MATTERN f j L c jIbdlUI1 tr iti t MJA SELI3ERT TH- ELEADING JEWELER f tr J MARRIED T30RDONMERRIWETHER In this city on Wednesday Mr John CI t Gordon and Miss Gertrude Merriweth er wore married FREEMANDOLAN Announte went was made at the Church of the Good Shepherd Sunday of the ap proaching marriage of Mr Jas Freeman a foreman of the HogeMontgom ery Shoe Co and Miss Katherine Do Ian The marriage will tape place f1earl in July 1 RAIZERHARROD At the First Baptist Church on Tuesday at two oclock Mr George H Raizer of Houston Texas and Miss Cora Mae Harrod were married by Rev M B Adams The happy couple left immediately t after the marriage for their home in the Lone Star btate l Dont iilltttenl Welt zels Big Summer Clear ance Sale It lasts only two weeks t INVESTIGATION OF GEORGE TOWN COLLEGE TROUBLE appearred ijjc the newspapers with to Georgetown College I desire to make the following brief statements- At the recent meeting of the Board iv of Trustees the president of the col lege Dr J J Taylor submitted are 1port which contained various charges t IJ 7 of mismanagement and improper con d duct on the part of many persons con nected with the college t The board promptly selected a com fiii mittee of investigation consisting of the following gentlemen namely Ar j r thur Y Ford of Louisville Albert i S Rice of Cincinnati F H Good ridge of Louisville R B Thomas of J Ge rgotown and Thomas W Scott of f Franklin county All the charges and specifications k i together with the evidence offered f in thdlr support were referred to this committee with instructions to report their findings to the board when they had finished their labors Pending this investigation or until reportsI think it highly improper that the charges should be published through out the country as though they had been proved as as though there had t been any disposition to avoid a thor ough and Vinpartial investigation- All of the persons who have been charged with anythhp whatever wel come the inquiry and court the most searching and Immediate investiga ton When this inquiry has been 4 completed a fill and complete statement will be made anti I promise all the friends of the college that noth- Ing shall be concealed but the whole situation shall be stated as it is Very respectfulIrI President Board of Trustees George town College IaA NARROW ESCAPE 7 G W Cloyd a merchant of Plunlt Mo had a narrow escape four years ago when heran a jlmson bur into ryhis thumb He says The doctor wanted to amputate it but I would not consent I bought a box of lens Arnica Salve and that curedI the dangerous wound 25c 4druggist 1 J oo BIRTHS CROCKETT In this city on Tuesday night to Mr Coleman Crockett and wife a daughter H elen Buford WORK COMMENCED The work of construction of the Highland Railway was commenced this week Gangs of men were hard at work ever since the middle of the week The contractors expect to com plete the work by Christmas We hope they will Let rne send you free for Catarrh just to prove merit A trial size box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy It is a snow white creamy healing antiseptic balm Containing such healing ingredients as 011 Eucaliptus Thymol Menthol etc it gives In stant and lasting relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat Make the 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 BUGGY SMASHED- A colored boy was driving on St Clair street on Monday morning when he seemed to forget where he was and in spite of the street car gong drove into the car which had been stopped still and smashed the buggy hurt the horse and himself Dr Fish attended the boys inju riesThe buggy belonged to Mr Keene Maginnie WONDERFUL ECZEMA CURE Our little boy had eczema for five years writes N A Adams Henrietta Pa Two of our home doctors said the case was hopeless his lungs being affected We then employed other doctors but no benefit resulted By chance we read about Electric Bitters bought a bottle and soon noticed im provement We continued this medicine until several bottles were used when our boy was completely cured Best of all blood medicines and bodybuilding health tonics Guaranteed at all Drug Stores 50c MASONIC PICNIC The Stamping Ground Lodge of Masons will give a picnic in W H Se brees woods on June 29th The Georgetown Band will furnish the mu sic iii addition to a quartet of good singers while Rev G W Hill and Hens J M btevenson and J Camp bell CantrilJ will do the oratorical honors There will be a doubleheader base ball game between the Stamping Ground and Frankfort teams a mov ing picture show and other shows Stamping Ground Gun Club will give an exhibition of clay pigeon shooting in tact one continuous entertainment all day Plenty of refreshments ice water lemonade ice cream sand wiches cakes bananas popcorn peaS nuts candies cigars will be served at nil hours for which there will be only a nominal charge Everybody vited and all Brother Masons and families from far and near aFor a mild easy action of the bow Jls a single dose of Doans Regulets Is enough Treatment cures habitual constipation 25 cents a box Ask our druggist for themILittleEarly Risers The tiallnou little pigti t J JJ I Plate 4Silver 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 Rogers Bros The newest designs are shown in Catalogue No 53 Sent free Made oily by International Silver Co Successor to JK C ti MESIDEX I1R1TANNIA CO 1SfiRID1iSCONN rr BERTHS PERIIAMIn this county on Wed nesday an infant child of Mr P P r ornam The remains were burled in our cemetery PettyIn this city on Saturday Minnie Petty daughter of Mr W T Petty and wife of spinal meningitis The funeral and burial took place on Monday Rev C R Hudson conduct ing the service LONGAt her home on Glens Creek on Thursday Mrs Andrew Long aged 35 years wife of Mr An drew Long The funeral services were conduct ed from the Millville Baptist Church yesterday and the remains were buried in our cemetery STATEN In Shelby county on Tuesday Mrs Jos T Staten wife of Mr J T Staten formerly of this city died very suddenly of heart failure Mrs Staten was In Shelbyville shopping when she was taken with a severe pain in her side She hasten ed home and was preparing to take remedies for theJpaln when she fell dead She was a devout Christian woman and kindly in all the relations ol lifeThe sympathy of a large circle of friends goes out to the bereft fWritten for the Roundabout In Memory of Mrs Lucy Conway Dear Lucy you have left us We can scarcelyrealize But we know youre in a lovely place Just Leyond the skies We miss you Yes we miss you But youre on the other side A cord is broken from our hearts never can be tied 1Which Some day well meet you darling And greet you with our love When we reach that sweet resting place In that mansion bright above Oh darling little did we think jOn our bright wedding day That only lust a few short years With us that you could stay Our little home is lonely Yes lonely without you dear If only your sweet smiling face Could have remained with us here Oh Death it is a dreadful thing That which we all must bear Oh think of that unbroken rest Just across the river there HE FIRED THE STICK I have fired the walking stick Ive carried over 40 years on ac count 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 Mills N C Guaranteed for Piles Burns etc by all druggists 25 cents sNEW LAW FIRM lIUrShalllhasA Scott and Mr Elwood Hamilton have formed a partnership for the practice of law Col Scott is a veteran and Mr Hamilton Is a hustling young fellow The new firm will doubtless do a large business 1ii f M A SELBERT t THE LEADING JEWELER A rv NEW BUILDINGS UNDER WAYI Mr Eugene Williams is erecting two concrete houses on his lot on Bridge street A concrete house is being erected on the vcant part of the Todd lot on Wapping street Mrs Mary Brown Day is erecting three cottages on her lot on the cor ner of Campbell and Conway streets DISTRESSING ACCIDENT While a little lad by the name of Charles M Middleton son of Mr M J Middleton and wife was playing in the yard at his home on Saturday afternoon the little fellow fell head drownedIof the little man Let me mail you free to prove merit samples of my Dr Shoops Re storative and my Book opf 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 INDIGESTIONS RECORD faIdbeatIinsuddenlyattacked acute a meal and of their dying in many cases before a physician could be called in JThis should be a warning to you who suffer with regular or periodical attacks of indigestion If these unfortunate vic tims of acute indigestion had taken a small dose of Greens Augus Flower before or after their meals they would not have fallen a prey to such sudden seizures CJAugust Flower prevents indigestion by creating good digestion It also regulates the liver purifies the blood and tones up the entire system in a natural wayT qTwo sizes 25C and 750 All druggists For sale by J W Gayle Woven Wire fences- D C LAYARD Agent for for Lamb WoOen Wire Fence Peerless Woven Wire Fence and Peerless JrPoultry Fence 12 Cae save ey your WIRE FENCING No 21im Thin nignaturo is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets the remedy that oiirca n cold In one d- ayWEEliY J COURIER OUR11fflk AND oandaboutm jThe Presidential election is ap proaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been a Democrat never Republican Es sential differences out of the way Democrats are gettin togother The CourierJournal is going to sup port the ticket And there you havfr j it SEND YOUR CRDER FOR THIS COMBINATION TO US NOT TO THE COURIERJOUR SAL THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE WETKLY COURIER JOURNAL ALONE IS1 A YEAR Fortlie Caffipaigu Kentucky elects a full State ticket this falland the campaign and election will be strenuous You lan not keep posted unless you read a Democratic paper that prints THE NEWS withoutffear or favor The Louivi11e Tilnea i Boes This We have made a special limited arrangement where by we can send by mailr The Times Five Months J The RoundaboutSix I For Only 200 Send your order for the combination to THIS PAPER not to The Louisville Times AT ONCE as the toffer will positively be withC drawn SEPTEMBER i Wt L L fi ThAI Summer Time 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 PO SOWRR CO307309 Main Street Hardware MerchantsBoth Phones V RELIGIous ASCENSION EPISCOPAL recltorwill conduct the service at 11 a m and 730 p m 930 a m Sundayschool in the chapel Wednesday evening prayer at 730 piPm The public generally invited to at tendYj Ml11 a m and 8P m Sundayschool at 945 In the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union at 700 p m in the chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 745 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson the pastor will preach 1at11 a m and 745 pm I fchapel Sundayschool at 930 a m in the Christian Endeavor Society meets 700 in the chapel- Prayermeeting on Wednesday even IJat at 730 oclock In the Chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas S Major rector being absent Father ONeal will officiate 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 pasIa m p m Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 630 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening ali 730 p Visitors mIMETHODIST CHURCH Rev J 0 A Vaught Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 p in Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN IlLCHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pasI tor will preach at 11 a m and p m vt Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p Everybody Invited to attend WDntt BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school at 300 oclock p m THORN HILLThere will be Sun dayschool every Sunday afternoon In the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p m Weitzels Rig Summer Clearance Sale commences today This means a load of bargains for our custom ers I J ADVERTISED LETTERS The following Is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frank fort Ky postoiHce for the week ending June 22 1907 Alton Miss Mahie Battle Robert Bowling Frank Chidlore Alexander and wife Cook Mrs Bess Cremens John Eppsteln M Ford Allen Co Haghey Miss Ethel TOdo Hardesty D L HIeges James E McCalla J Montgomery Wm Nox Thomas Patterson Bob Penny R L Pope Rev J A Quire Miss Lusinda Stafford Sutran JamesITaylor Willie Tolle Miss Nattie Trasey Mary Lizzey IJTrout Wendle Williams Frank v Wilson Frank Wislkoff AIWorkman T S When calling for any of the aboveI letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M Heavy impure blood makes a muddy pimply complefion headaches nausea indigestion Thin blood also makes you weak pale SICKlY BUrI dock Blood Bitters makes the olood rich red purerestores perfect health s orSWITZER Mr E R Jones is visiting in Win chester this week Mr B D Head lgln Cincinnati this week attending to business Messrs Pryor Hockeusmith and Charlie Kissinger spent Sunday in Georgetown Mrs W H Switzer spent Wednes day with her parents Mr George Darnaby and wife Iliss Matt Pierce of Frankfort Is the guest of Mr B P Head and wife this week Misses Mary and Frances Darnell are visiting their uncle Mr Henry Huckcnsmith this week Mr J H South went to Versailles this week to work dnthe Interurban line Misses Claro Carter and Ruth Smith spent last Sunday In George town with relatives Mrs J W Polndexter Is on the sick list this week Mrs Clay Costigan spent Thursday with her parents Mr and Mrs J B Hockensmlth Messrs W J Lynn and H F Hock ensmlth attended court in George town Monday Miss Ruth Smith spent Thursday and Friday with Misses Lilian and Clara Thomasson In Frankfort Mr W W Dawson of Georgetown College Is at homo on vacation now- SWITZERITE d LittleEarly Risers Tho famous little plus SPLENDID BAND Kopp Gets Engagement for Blue Grass Fair Over Sousa Creatore and Duss The Importance which the Blue- Grass Fair at Lexington has attained- in the public eye is evidenced by the fact that the directors of both Sousas and Creatores bands have written to the Secretary to try and secure engagement for the week of the big Lexington show August 1217 The mous band master Duss who played at the State Fair at Lexington two years ago is also exceedingly anxious- to come to the Blue Grass Fair But it has been decided after careful con sideration by the management of the Lexington exhibition to secure again Kopps great Mlliary Band of Cincin nati This was the band which had the engagement last year It gave uni versal satisfaction and was regarded by thousands of those who attended the Fair as the best band they had ever heard For this reason the man agement of the Fair has given Mr Kopp first caller all other bands and he has shown his appreciation- by saying that he would rather comeback to Lexington for a return en gagement than to play any other date which he has filled Mr Kopp has arranged to have special features in the way of soloists and quartettes which will add much to the interest- of his musical programme His concerts will begin regularly each morn Ing at ten oclock and continue throughout the day They will un doubtedly be one of the most interest Ing features connected with the big Fair DEATH OF MR S COLEMAN OWEN CIVIL WAR VETERAN llr Splllnum Coleman Owen oldest sou of the late Mr Geo W Owen of this city died at the home of his broth er Mr Lee A Owen at Jetts on Thursday aged 04 years Mr Owen was a veteran of the civil war having been a member of Capt Dan Garrards company 22d Kentucky Volunteers under Geu D W Lltul soyMr Owen was an employe of the Kentucky Penitentiary for several years after his return front the aunty where he was noted for his courage endurance and daring For a number of years he had lived with his brother at Jetts and was warmly regarded by everybody for his genial and kindly disposition We were boys together and have been friends throughout our lives The funeral services were conduct ed yesterday afternoon from the home of his brother by Rev J K P South and the remains were laid to rest in the family lot In our cemetery He leaves one sister Mrs C C Purr and one brother Mr Lee A Owen and a large circle of relatives In this city to mourn his death 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 them Dr Shoops Headache Tab lets Neuralgia Headache Toothache Period pains etc are duo alone to blood congestion Dr Shoops Headache Tablets simply kill pain by coax ing away the unnatural pressure That is all Address Dr Shoop Ra cine Wls Sold by all dealers g Big cut in Cotton Silk and Wool Dress Goods at WeUzoPs Summer Clear ance Mlle- Niagara Falls Excursions Via the Queen Ure cell t Route July 2530August 10th to i7 Write H C King G P A Lexington Ky for particulars e A CAMPAIGN OFFER The Most Liberal Campaign Offer Ever Made by The Evening Post From Now to November 9 1907 For One Dollar If you want to read the news when It is news If you want only the news that Is new and true you should read The Evening Post Think of getting Kentuckys greatest newspaper for only one dollar from now until November 9 Count tine time Look around and see the great number of Evening Post readers In your neigh borhood and who they are and be convinced that The Evening Post Is the biggest brightest and best daily in the South Even if you are now taking some other paper how can you afford to miss this opportunity to secure The Evening Post at such a greatly reduc ed in mind that this offer Is nude only for those who cal not get The Evening Post throne a carrier or agent The offe Is made for niMil subscribers only tit sa living in ln country or in small towns whore the paper can not be delivered by our agents From now tenth November election for only 100 Address The Evping Pot Louisvlie Ky or Roundabout Frankfort Ky tf COUNTY COURT DAYS Following is a list of the days county courts are held each month in counties which are contiguous by reason of facilities by rail to the capitalAnderson Lawrenceburg 3d Mon dayBath Owingsville2d Monday Bourbon Pnris3d Monday Boyle Danville 3d Monday Breathitt Jackson4th Monday Clark Winchester 4th Monday Estill Irvine 3d Monday Fayette Lexington 2d Monday Fleming Plemlngssburg 4th Mon dayFranklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant WilHamstown 2d Monday Harrison Cynthlana1thi Monday Henry New Castle 1st Monday Jessamine Nlcholasvllle 3d Mon day Lee Beattyville4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2d Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville1st Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling1st Mon dayt45Nicholas Carlisle 2d Monday Oldham Lagrange 4th Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth1st Monday Powell Stanton1st Monday Pulaskl Somerset3d Monday Scott Georgetown3d Monday Shelby Shelbyvillo 2d Monday Wayne Monticello 1th Monday Woodford Versailles4th Monday FOR SALE IA Thrasher Separator at a bar gain1V P SCOTTrFanners Jiank Building 35tf TlEt F Louisville Herald AN IDEAL NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME The Louisville Herald Is recognized as a fair clean fearless newspaper It has no political alliances and is ab solutely free to express its opinion on any subject whatsoeverthe welfare of our country our Commonwealth and our people the only duty I Its telegraphic news is complete Its market reports uptodate and always reliable SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE NEWS OF KENTUCKY Our Regular Subscription Prices DAILY 400 SUNDAY ONLY 200 DAILYAND SUNDAY 600 But if you so desire you can make advantageous terms for Roundabout and The Louisville Herald through the publisher of this paper This combination price is for a limited time only Send us 325 and we will send every day in the week without Sun day and The Roundabout for one year t Subscribe now for this great bargain PoufC1about 1 t J le- GUJGiNNATI 25 Hr I AND RETURN VIA F C RY t SUNDAE June 23 i 1rl SPECIAL TRAIN Leaving Frankfort 700 A M vf J I 1 rr Heres Your Chance at the Finest Black Suits at Reduced Prices if ANOTHER t i STARTLING OFFER f lJ IN MENS 18 SUITS 0 Just two weeks ago we started this 18 suit sale Its the r thing that ever hit Frankfort Sold so many of them thatsizes are gettingtl badly broken So to keep things moving we reduce today the price on every finet v suit in our store to just 18 Now in this offer you get choice of all suits in our regular stock which have not been reduced before Novelties such as find only at McClures staples tailored as only the McClure tailoring organizations can do and to make it the more remarkable f EVERY FINE BLACK AND BLUE SUIT IS INCLUDEDrM Now come quick Choice of absolutely any suit in the store worth 25I30 and 35 blacks and blues includedrS18tThis sale lasts only until Saturday night June 29 Remember its just the middle of June that the McClure line of really fine clothes eclipsed this spring any ever shown in central Kentucky and that you are now offered choice of this line of suits worth up to 35 iJJ for only 18 Best patterns go first Act quickJt r jt RdP K JVLc lure Sonsf 11 I INCORPORATED iJt1 I t f GREAT THOROUGHBRED SHOW Valuable Premiums Will Make it a Feature of Blue Grass Fair IV On the closing day of the Blue- Grass Fair at Lexington last year there was the greatest show of thoroughbred horses ever seen In the rworld Many of the owners of the big thoroughbred breeding establishments 1 i in the vicinity of Lexington donated t seasons to their most valuable stal lions to be added to the monetary offering made by the Fall Association so that the classes for thoroughbred carried with them an actual value of over 10000 No prettier sight was ever seen at any fair grounds than the rings for weanling colts and overjr lions This years Blue Grass Fair the week of August 12th to 17th the 4kthoroughbred show will again be one of the most Important features Sea sons have already been secured to a large number of the most famous stal lions in America The list Is headed by the great French horse Adam who was Import ed last year by Messrs Miller and Bishop at a cost of 80000 and was brought to Lexington to the farm which they established there last win t5 ter Adam is a son of the renowned English Derby winner Flying Fox a horse that sold at public auction for V 187000 the highest price ever paid for a horse In any country and was taken to France by his purchaser By many good judges Adam Is regard Yjcd as Flying Foxs host son His owners last year allowed fifteen out tf side mares to be bred to him at a ser k vice fee of 1000 each and these sea sons were eagerly taken by most rastute breeders of America Seasons n r to Mr August Belmonts great horse Hastings to imp Mazagan imp Sty I Slmonlan imp Orlando imp Resolute II the Kentucky Derby winner Alan iIaDale Imp Sempronius the beauti ful Nasturtium for which Wm C Whitney paid 50000 as a twoyear old Hamburgs full brother Frank I Yfort Imp Griffin that splendid race horse Stalwart Blues Gold Heels t Imp Bridgewater Jean Beraud Imp t scarcelyItI r Mr J B Haggin gives a choice of II rtjfI lf seasons to any two of a magnificent array of thirtyfive stallions Excel lent as was last years thoroughbred show at the Blue Grass Fair there Is every prospect that the one this year will surpass It and It alone will worth going miles to see beI Dr Thomas Electric itis the remedy for that often fatal dlseasej croup Has been used success In our family eight yearsMrs L Whiteacre Buffalo N Y rCAUGHT BY GAME WARDEN Fish and Game Warden Claude Du vail rounded up a gang of violators ol the game and fish law on Wednesday morning They were using nets at Rossells Riffle below lock No 4 and were caught In the act There were six men in the party and the warden captured three large nets which were confiscated aIREMARKABLE RESCUE than fiction has once more been demonstrated in the little town of Fedora Tenn the residence of C V Pepper He writes I was In bed entirel disa bled with hemorrhages of the lungs and throat Doctors failed to help me and all hope had fled when I be gan taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then instant relief came The cough ing soon ceased the bleeding dimin 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 N PROMINENT AND BELOVED MAN SUICIDES Mr Charles C Vogt one of the most generally popular and beloved business men in Louisville committed suicide by shooting on Wednesday Ill health had unbalanced his mind he was a prominent and devoted Mason o oDr Cadys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier ani vermifuge They are not food bfi medicine the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 0 cents pr nlJf rrr For sale by J W Gayle and Le Compte Gayle- LEXINGTON CHAU AUQUA OPENS TUESDAY JUNE 25IFeature Will be Farmers Day Saturday With Big Tobacco Speeches The executive committee of the Kentucky Chautauqua has completed all arrangements relative to the com- Ing meeting beginning June 25 and ending July 5 The Chautauqua is to have some of the most gifted men In the country present to deliver lectures during the meeting The committee has made preparations to have the best meeting that Lexington has ever known and to do this It will require a great deal of money On this ac count the committee has decided to cut the free list Storms orchestra will furnish the music and every evening there will be an open air concert to which every one are cor dially invited One of the big days will the 29th Farmers Day at which the Society of Equity will have full charge Among the speakers of the day are Congressman A 0 Stanley of Hen derson and JVA Everett president of the National Association will deliver addresses On Sunday June 30 Dr IH M Wanton will deliver an address on Pauls Footprints In Rome The great day for all classes will be on the Fourth when Congressman Champ Clark of Missouri will deliver two lectures PAIN causoPelse usually so says Dr Shoop and to prove It he has created a little pink tablet That tabletcalled Dr Shoops Headache Tablet coaxes blood from centers Itseffect charming DleasinglydelightfulGently- though safely it surely equalizes lation If you have a headache its blood pressure cauiqIfcongestion blood pressure That surely is a certainty for Dr Shoops Headache Tablets stop it in minutes and the tablets simply distribute pressureBruise it get red and swell and pain you Of course it does Its con gestlon blood pressure Youll find itwhere pain faalways Sense WI sea At cents end cheoitully recommend Dr Shoops Headache L Tablets IlALL DEALERS 1 + e LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANYtSUMMARY OF TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE NOV 1906rr1r r 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