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J r trf1 t l if ftA itBJelorSNlBooiN 6 t THE FItANKFOdRQJTINPAEOUTh GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS k10In Advance VOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JUNE 29 1907 Not 37 FRANKFORTS PROGRESSIVE MERCHA1VTS GEOKGE SALtiNDER1IK- AM3H IN fcmle and Fancy Groceries No ns ISccond LhDAKSITncorpora South tldITEE CO 814 Tine llit- illLAUNDRYIr aims j I StatclAll PLUMBINGWhen eI or old sanitary work Chas Whitehead 104 St Oln street Ready at nil tunes lII prices to suit the most skeptical Both Phones 105 juno 15Om Tie Fr llkOrtJCO CoMp ily Manufacturers of Pure Artificial Ice made from Distilled Water Factory Nos 102 104 100 and 108 Main Street Phones 89 and 89 The largest and best equipped plant in the State June 16Om II tDcnlerin i Rf Fancy and Staple Grocer ies Tinv arC Etc Cor juno Ul11to W J SCOTTOW Country Produce a Specialty Str t and Fancy Groceries Bruits and Vegetables Both Phones Cor 2nd Bridge Streets June lofiiii WON THEIR SUIT Some time since we made mention of the fact that Messrs W A Gaines Co of this city had brought suit against A M Hellman Co of St Louis Mo for an infringemeut of the trademark Old Crow as applied to thqlr whisky made at their Old Crow Distillery On Friday last U S District Judge Dyer rendered a decision sustaining the contention of Messrs Gaines Co ordered an injunction to prevent the use of the trademark and for an accounting of profits resulting while using the trademark FINE ADDRESS BY REV C R HUDSON Rev Chas R Hudson pastor of the Christian Churchdellvered an ad dress before the Frederick Douglas Forum a colored educational assocla A tion of this city on Monday night which was closely listened to by a large audience The address was a very able and instructive one and well c lculatcdI to do great good The address was one of which are being delivered by the pasj tors of the different white churches of the city at the request of the Fo rum Y Let me send you free for Catarrh just to prove merit A trial size box of Dr Snoops Catarrh Remedy It is a snow white creamy healing antiseptic balm Containing such healing ingredients as Oil Eucallptus Thymol Menthol etc it gives 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 I 1w SOUTH CO PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY Juno l5 jIJl Both Phones 17 GaDital Stoam Llllldry Office Cor Main and Ann Sts Laundry Foot of Ann St FRANKFORT KY June loflm In Addition to LUMBER- Wo sell the Celebrated Ham mon Paint and the hest Wall Plaster made Invincible HAMMOND CO June 15f- in1Shoe Makers I Kratzel 210 Broadway St will make to order any kind of Shoe or Boot at reasonable price Repairing of all kinds neatly done Do not forget his number 153uaHARNESS JOS AUTOINE Washington St If yon want something in the Harness linn either now or old give To a call Ho isiilKO to repair harnesH buggy wllllurprisetlw AI MI46 THE TAILOR Makes a Specialty of Dyeing Cleaning and Pressing Suits Made to Order 405 Main St Op Capital Hotel juno 15Bm Interior DecoratingF- or all high class work of this kind why not call on those that thoroughly understand the busi I 15Stn p OPUHR wClairw NEW QUARTERS Owing to the commencemant of the work of removing the Old Mansion House block the tenants of that build ing have obtained other quarters as followsMr M Bridgeford has moved his wall paper store to therooms over Me Gurcks restaurant in the Collins building on Main street Messrs Phillips Canty the plumb ers have moved to the room formerly occupied by Mr T A Brammell as aI grocery on St Clair street Mr Dan McElligott the tailor has moved to the rooms over the Frankfort Telephone Office on Main street Mrs J B Dryden Sr has moved PHILL IPS OANTY Plumbing Gas ld Sew erage SanltaryWQrk of all Descriptions us and be Convinc d juno 15Cm ifotS Have you a Gas St If not IlloneyCltlllight price The Capital Gas EctricJ- uno 166m Light C6ccvporntci IVif The South Side Me Market The Best Boot Lamb oal and Pork Fresh and Smolffll Sausage Sliced Ham S and Fish in Seittwi I tersIjuno 156111 NEVILLE Liquors and Where to y Them The Pure Foe aw ays did tang but viI Clair Aptnt AgentforJOHN W GI LE Merchant Tailor and Ge ns Fur nisher and Hatter Oleo eaein and Repairing S Main Street hone 2i juno fin1IuIPH E H AJ287 St Blair Frankfort Ky Everything for the Inner Man Taos F NEWMAN Mouse W J KENNEDY Chicken Juno Y28nr Proprietors For Plain and Fancy JOB WORK Try the oundaboutI to a brick cottage on East Main streetMr Jos L Bohannan has moved to the house of Mrs Will ODonnell on East Main street Mr Dan McSlligott moved his fami ly to a cottage on Steele street Mrs Thos A Joyce has moved her notion store to the Duvall building on St Clair street formerly occupied by the Pegg Electric Co Tailored Suits will be sold ioriless than half price at Weit els Rig Sale o Dr WeaverS TreatmentiBjrnp purifies the blood Cerate heels ekln eruption r SHINGLES We have just unloaded a car of Cedar Shingles and will havo two cars of I Poplar Shingles next week Come quick if you want any I HAMMOND a CO L H 6 Id t h h UNPRECEDENTED In this Stores History Has Been the Buying at Kagin Sale At no previous sale have such great throngs of buyers visited this store Never before were temp tations to buy greater than those with which one is confronted here now Right in the very heart of the summer season when stocks are yet nearly full withsuch liberal assortments to select from we make these tremendous sacrifices in prices Here are a few good things A Womens Suits at Onehalf price 850 Skirts newest styles 638 10 00 Skirts newest styles 750 6c Lawns 3ic per yardl30c White Linen Lawn 25c yard 40 inch wide White Lawn 12ic yard 7 125 White Wash Skirts 98c 125 White Waists 100 The and Sic Dress Ginghams 5c yard 25c Mercerized Goods 19c yard j Remnants ofteyeKy descrlptiohat greatbarnfains drJ f rt ClBRONO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY f T REINSTATED In the Court of Appeals on Tues day a decision was handed down re versing the decision of Special Judge W O Harris of the Clark Circuit Court disbarring Judge Wm M Beck ner from the practice of his profession because of a deposition which he gave for use in the English Courts We believed all the while that the highest court would so decide as it looked to an outsider that the whole thing was a piece of spite work BOSWORTH In Lexington on Monday Mr George W Bosworth aged 75 Bosworth was a highly respect ed upright Christian gentleman who had lived a long and useful life He was a devout member of the First Bap tist Church Lexington He was a cousin of Mr E W Bosworth of this cityiThe funeral took place on Tuesday last Rev Preston Blake D D his pastor conducting the service and the remains were land to rest in the Lex ington cemetery I INSTALLED AS PASTOR FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHI A committee of the West Lexington Presbytery held the regulation servi ces connected with the installation of Rev J R Zeigler as pastor of theI First Presbyterian Church of this on Tuesdayevenhig Rev Dr F W Hlniiltt of Centruf- University Danville preached the in stallation sermon tIle C L Rey nolds of Lexington delivered the charge to the congregation Rev Geo A Joplin ofMt Sterling deliv ered the charge to the pastorIBeautiful and appropriate music was rendered by the choir There was a large congreation present who were highly pleased with the strong and eloquent sermons preached by the ministers who officiated Mr Zeigler the new pastor is a preacher of great ability and power i I IrYIt8P TO GEORGETOWN AND HIGH BRIDGE The F C and Q C Railway I Companies will run an excursion to Georgetown and High Bridge tomor row1 Sunday Train leaves this city at 9 a m returning reaches home by 7 p m The fare to Georgetown for the round trip will be 00 cents to High Bridge and return 100 e fEXCURSION RATE TO LOUISVILLE The rate of 125 round trip will be charged all persons desiring to go to Louisville tomorrow Sunday over the L N Railroad Tills rate only applies to the train which leaves this city at 755 a m and returns at S20 p m Lots of attractions such us tho White City c A NARROW ESCAPE G W Cloyd a merchant of Plunk Mo had a narrow escape four years ago when he ran a jimson bur into his thumb He says The doctor wanted to amputate it but I would not consent I bought a box of Buck lens Arnica Salve and that cured the dangerous wound 25c at all druggist rte BACK TO BUSINESS The good steamer Falls City which met with an accident several weeks t since was released from the ways last week and reached this city on Tues day evening with a big crowd of ex cursionists aboard She made the long trip this time This good boat looks as spick and span as though new She is doing a flue business 1 e SilkIWetels Summer Iearfance Sale I till I1di Jr fllJf16 i = == = i u r l i w WBITZELS IPARGAINV II 1fI The real bargains we are giving in our sale is drawing the d crowds Here is a small list of some of the GOOD THINGS Ladies and Misses Tailored Suits less than half price One lot White Skirts 9Sc Odd lot Corsets 29c 200 yards Silk Muslin worth GOc only 29c a Lot 50c Dress Goods 38c Lot GOc Dress Goods 48c CJS ElLE1E3 J wEIIELor Nor l PERSONAL Mrs Joseph Rupert Is visiting relat- iVE at Midway Mrs W B Chenowith is visiting friends at Middlesboro Mrs C E Merrill of Lexington was In the city this week Miss Eleanor Marshall is visiting relatives at Versailles Hon A Floyd Byrd of Winchester was in the city Thursday Capt I T West made a business trip to Paris on Monday Capt I T West made a business s trip to ndiana on Wednesday I Miss Prances Hamilton visited friends in Midway this week Mr E C Smith of the Carrbllton Democrat was here Thursday iF Mr Chas F Exum of Lexington as in the ftitv on Wednesdays w ir Kenner Taylor and children are visiting relatives at Henderson Mr R L Greene made a business trip to Louisville on Tuesday Mr Lamar Roy of Louisville made a business trip here on Monday Mr Robt L Greene made a business trip to Louisville on Wednesday Miss Lucy Pattie has returned from a visit to relatives at Richmond Mr W J Roberts left Tuesday for a business trip to the Eastern cllties Mr Albert H McClure left Tuesday on a business trip to New York City Hon YoO Davis of Versailles was in the city Thursday on legal business Mr Jno M Scott and Mr Mason B Barrett of Louisville spent Sunday here p Miss Mollie Mc wan has returned from a visit to her brother In Louis vine Capt 1 f West returned Saturday from a business trip to Eastern Ken tacky Rev J C B Stivers of Cleveland Ohio is visiting his mother in this 1ltrI t Mr Thos Julian Jackson of St Louis Is visiting relatives in this cityMaj D W Sanders of Louisville was in the city on legal business this wcett Miss Carrie Peterson and Miss Lilian Hancock left Thursday for Kansas City Mo Mr J Gray McLean wife and daugh ter have returned from Olympia Springs ir W Marshall Bullitt of Louis yule attended the Court of Appeals this week Mr H K Ward of the Seller Car riage Co Versailles was in the city Thursday Miss Laura French is the guest of her cousin Miss Jennie Quinn at Collector C O Rey nolds of Lexington was in the city on WednesdayMr Pratt Dale of Louisville was in the city on legal business on Wednesday t I Miss Marian Lucy of Greenfield t Mass is the guest of Misses Scott Shelby street Dr Paul B Weitzel and wife of Lexington were guests of relatives weekI and wife have returned from a visit to relatives in Owen county Mrs E C Stephens and sister tMiss iottie Wilson left Monday for Battle Creek Michigan- Mr C J Stringfellow and wife have returned from a visit to their old home in Owen county Mrs J Marksburry and children of Cincinnati are guests of Mr R B Jillson and family Mrs H P Mason and daughter Miss Annie went to French Lick Springs Ind Wednesday Mrs Nannie Cardwell of Louisville was the guest of Mr J Morgan Chinn and wife this week Judge TR McBeath Reporter of the Court of Appeals went to Louis ville on Saturday Mrs Nannie Parrish of Lexington is the guest of Judge E C ORear and wife Shelby street Mr Press Thompson who has been at Dawson Springs for his health is at home much Improved I111r Paul Collins who has been at tending Harvard Law School is at home for the vacation Mr Hiram B Cannon of Midway is the guest of his uncle Col Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill Mr Geo W Lewis of Louisville spent Sunday here the guest of his father Mr J B Lewis Miss Frances Orr and Master Edwin Orr left Monday for a visit to their- father in Owen county Mrs Alma N Barrett of Cincinnati One who has been visiting friends here has returned home Dr Harry Crutcher late of Memphis Tenn is visiting his sister Mrs H S teller on Ann street Rev Dr F W Hinnitt of Danville who was the guest of Mr Frank Chinn has returned home Rev Dr M B Adams left Tuesday morning for Mayfleld to attend the Baptist General Association Mr J F Harcourt of the Ford Johnson Co left Saturday for a visit to relatives at Springfield Miss Lilian Coppersmith of Owens boro who has been the guest of her friends has returned home Mrs Sue M Castleman of Louis ville is the guest of her brother Judge W C herndon Conway street Miss Anna Snyder of Jeffersonville Ind was the guest of Miss Nora Mil leI Shelby street on Sunday Mrs Jno C Bridges and Mrs Ed win Dryden returned from a visit to relatives at Eminence on Friday Mr Jas F Meek of St Louis is visiting his mother and sister Mrs Nellie Church on Shelby street Mr James H Dryden of Dayton Ohio was the guest of his mother Mrs J B Dryden Sr this week Miss Genevieve Lindsey left Satur da for Owensboro to be the guest of her brother Mr Dudley Lindsey Misses Julia and Anna Durham J 25c Hose only 19c One lot Lace C rtaius worth 150 only 98c 25 pair Colored Curtains worth 125 only 89c See our great 5c and lOc tables 500 Remnants Onehalf Price Danville were guests of Miss Sara Vaught at the Methodist parsonage Miss Hannah Morgan of Harrods burg whdwas the guest of Mrs Morgan Chinn has returned home Jj Mrs Burb Blackburn Mrs T J Stevenson and Miss May Emma Ste venson of Georgetown were in the Miss Bertha Scott returned on Monday from Wellesley Mass where she has been spending the last two weeks Mr Howell Scott of Lexington was the guest of his mother Mrs James A Scott Saturday and Sun day Mrs j B Vernon and daughter Miss Daisy Miller of Louisville are elLoganMiss Dee Rowland of Chaplin were guests Mrs John C Davis West srde this week Dr iTw Gayle wife and daughter Lacer d from Olympia Springs where ttyTiSilatie Pharmaceutical Con vention was held Prof Wayland Graham leaves next week to spend the summer with his brother Mr Harry C Graham at Greenville Miss MIss Lucile Savage of Lexington anu Miss Annie Laurie Morrison of Louisville were guests of Miss Ida Roberts this week Mr Chas L Johnson and wife of Lawrenceburg were in the city Sun day called here by the illness of Mr Johnsons brotherin law Mr Jack Buell Taylor who has been serving in the fire department at the Jamestown Exposition reached home on Tuesday on a visit to relatives in this city Mr JC Backman and wife arrived In this city oh Wednesday from their home in Florida having como as far as Chattanooga in their automobile They are guests of Mr and Mrs F G Stagg Mr Al Clark of St Louis Mo was in the city this week Mr Clark was working at the old Yeoman office when the civil war broke out enlisted in Capt Ben MonroeS in the Southern Army fought to the close o the war and has been a commercial evangelist for a spool silk house in Louis ever since Ats a genial wnolesouled fellow DOES THIS FIX ITS AGE The wononen In tearing down the Mansion House came across a hewn poplar girder which was in the roof and which bears the Inscription cut on its surface Hewn by Kuhn 1818 No one living seems to know the exact date of the erection of this old hostelry but it Is thought that this come nearer settling the question than any thing else that is known CHARGED WITH SEVERAL BUR GLARIES- Of late there have been several bur glaries committed in this city and county which have puzzled the offi cers It Is thought that the mystery has been solved by the arrest on Thursday of a man by the name Bob Turner who lives above the Cochran distillery on the river The officers claim to have direct evidence upon which the arrest was Pierce and Reagan made the arrest r GREAT ANNU- ALSUMMER SALE trA Chance to Get Fine Goods ait Low Prices 8 F J HLENEY 4 Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer HandlIadJOHN DRIB LOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Unprecedented Offer THE LEXINGTON HERALDF- rom f GpSevenpoliticalcampaignmake this possible t includingyour4 THE SUNDAY HERALD 1 ilshurttJI1 KykMONEY ALLOWED 4TH KEN TUCK INFANTRY SPANISH WAR The Governor was notified on Thursday by Capt C C Calhoun that an allowance of 1347586 had been made by the War Department to the members of the 4th Kentucky Volun teers Spanish VarThe total amount thus obtained was 3762911 and the hadbeenboysTileto 50 0 Had dyspepsia or Indigestion for years No appetite and what I did eat distressed me terribly Burdock Blood Bitters cured meJ H Walker Sun bury Ohio T Great July Clearance Sale 3 Running Through Next Week The Biggest Opportunity You Villa Have To Get High Class Goods At Low Class Prices wr rrrr rw ReadyTo Wear Dept 1 I Suits Wool or Silk All Color el Suits Price 25 Suits iaEO 15 Suite 750 All Black Suits OIF 25 Black Suits 1607 Wash Suits 13 ti Suits for 4 Uolorc1Voo181drts I I Oil Skirts 750 r IOSkirts 875 Coats 13 Oil 15 Black Cloth Jackets 10 10 Jackets R5- r Childrens Jackets ffi Jackets 4 Jackets H8o e JULY McCLURE rhe July McClures is unique in fea tures There are six of them and a more interesting issue of any maga zine would be hard to find Will the America Fly to the Pole by Walter Wellman is a fairy story of reality and graphically describes his airship America and the dash he will make to the Pole next month Ellen Terry in When I Was Married tells of her romantic marriage to the painter Watts when she was not quite six teen She also tells of several years of her early life on the stage Anec dote after anecdote make her memoirs charming Carl Schurz dramatically paints The Battle of Gettysburg The Confession and Autobiography of Harry Orchard who now figures so large in Idahoare most astound ing and give one a key to the mans character in the story of his first deadly errors C P Connolly brings out most amazing and melodramic Montana history in The Fight for the Minnie Healy in which contest al most every crime in the calendar was committed Georgine Milmines Mary Baker G Eddy takes up the story of Mrs Eddy and Witchcraft and shows Mrs Eddys strange belief I in vftcTicrafftifii 11Tdifi1011SAnimai Magnetism In fiction this July McClures is also striking The Story of Sheelah by Maude Radford comes first and shows up a bonnie Irish lassie Sheelah and her brave and good heart Mrs Wil son Woodrow adds another fascinat ing Zenith story in Her That Danced and strikes a deeper note than in any other Zenith tale she has given us In Patsy Moran and the HoffmanLof them in the course of an evenings adventure There are also two po ems Turnpike Cronies by Sarah N Cleghorn and Judgment by Frances S Lyman JThe illustrations are by Siglsmund de Ivanowskl F Walter Taylor and James Montgomery Flag One of the iiustrations in Terrys Memoirs is f from a painting by the artist C F Watts which with the photographs that accompany it make this portion of the magazine very beautiful The other articles are also pictured with striking portraits and views Piles get quick and certain relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Please note it is made alone for Piles and its action is postive and certain Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large nickel capped glass jars 50 cents Sold by all dealers Dress Goods and Silks Colored Mixed Suitings Ho 5o Colored Mixed Suitings 35e Specials in Black Dress GoodsSilks 50c Cneck Silk 89c Fancy Silks 75 80in Black Taffeta 175 Black Bonnet Taffeta 150 M iislin Underwear 10 Per Cont Off All Garments Cash Only These Prices Goods Charged At Prices ARJVLERSIt VoID 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 much 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 all druggists 50 cents aADVERTISED LETTERS The following Is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frank fort Ky postofflce for the week end ing June 29 1907 Brown L A Burks George Dun John- Dogherty Mrs Arada Goodman D Guthrie Mrs Mary f Guthrie Eliza r GUtman D Herndon Miss Mary Hughes Miss Mary Hughes Mrs Anna W Jones Miss Mary E 1xmYrencetp fdll j McDonald Miss Nellie Montgomery M Negus H H Nelson Mrs Robert B Pierce Claud Porter Mrs Eler Simpson Louis Col Smith R Rc Smith Mrs James DV Suter Lucas J Thompson Mrs Matt Col Tracy Mrs Bettie Walter John Wilson TL When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M MY BEST FRIEND Alexander Benton who lives on Rural Rout 1 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 con sumption formy 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 Little Early Risers The famous little pills White Goods and Wash Goods 40 in 15c India Linen lOc 25e Dotted Swiss 19c 25o White P IC lOc 27in Check Dimity lOc 50c All lumen Combric 40 25c and Hoc Zephyr Gingham and Voile Ilk 85o Flowered Silk Mulls 25c Remnants In Every De partuncut at Great Values Gets incipient DaWltts PEA RIDGE STARI Everything is going on very nicely this week Most all the farmers are at work Mr f John wrighest Miss Della Tracy wereotdriving Sun dayMr Alfred Harrison called on his best girl Miss Florence Ridge Sun any night Miss Mattie Conway spent Wednesday night and Thursday with Mrs Lillie Sudduthr Mr Polk Cbnway called on the belle of Pea Ridge Sunday Mr Oliver Curry called on his best girl Miss Clara Dowideh Sunday Constipation causes headache nausea dizziness languor heart palpi tation Drastic physicgripe sicken weaken the bowels 3S dont cure Doans JFtegulets act jently and cure constipation 25 cents Ask your druggist r =OFFICERS OF ODD FELLOWS LODGES s The following officers have been elected by Capital LodgANo 61 01 0 P to serve for th4ensuing six rtimonths Noble GrandC 11 Kash Vice Grand W B Chenoweth SecretaryW S TJehoney TreasurerE E Rossen HostT L Kinkead Frankfort Lodge No 28elected the followingvNoble Vice GrandC W McQueen SecretaryEugene Wolf TreasurerW H Jeffries HostC A Wallace PA FORTUNATE TEXAN i 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 dis poses of malaria anti billiousness They dont grind nor gripe 25 cents at all drug stores rA GOOD SUGGESTION Now that the workmen are tearing away the old Mansion House building it has been suggested to us by a prom inent gentleman of this city that it would be best for the safety of the city that the Main street side should be kept clear of obstructions so that In case of fire the fire department boys would have a clear field for their runIt is a good suggestion 1 Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and akin diseases ii OLD TAYLOR 1THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY- E H TAYLOR Jr SONS ProprIetors r u U u u UFrankfort Kentucky ii 1 fit 7 Embroideries 15e Embroideries 12 c 15c Embroideries 20c lot ire Embroideries 45c Hose Lot25c Lace Hose Iflc Lot 50e Lace Hose 89c Drapery Goods 150 Snow Flakes Drapery 89c SOc Striped Drapery lOco 25c Scotch Madras le Gingham Petticoats Quality Neat Seersucker Stripes tMc Regular The following is a list of fairs ti be held in this State during the yearCrab OrchardJuly 1012 StanfordJuly 1719 Henderson July 2327 LancasterJuly 2426 Madisonville Ji ly 30 August 3 Danville July 31 Agust CynthianaJuly 31August 3 Harrodsburg August 69 GeorgtownAugust 69- Uniontownaugust 610 Lexington August 1217 Burkesville August 1316 Fern Creek August 1316 Broclhead August 1416 Vanceburg August 1417 PembrokeAugust 1517 ColumbiaAugust 2023 Lawrenceburg August 2023 Erlanger August 212- 4BarbourvilleAugust 2123 Ewing August 2224 ElizabethtownAugust 2729 Nicholasrllle August 2729 London August 2729 Rhelbyville August 2730 FlorenceAugust 2831 GermantownAugust 2831 SpringfieldAugust 283- 1SomersetSeptember 36 ParisSeptember 37 HardlnoburgSeptcmber 1114 Alexandria September 36 BardstownSeptember 47 Hodgenville September 1011 Monticello September 1013 GlasgowSeptember 1114 Hartford September 1114 Guthrie September 1214 KENTUCKY STATE FAIR- LOUISVILLE SEPT 1621 SehreeSeptember 182- 1Falmou1hSeptembel 2528 MayfieldOctober 15 Mt Olivet October 35 Bard well October 1516 BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Lear Tiexinstnn pvnry hour from 6 to 7 p m and nt 0 and p m Leave Paris fvery hour from 6 a in to 7 p in md 10 p in Georgetown Division Lnnvpe lpdl1 ton every hour from fiiflOa m to 7SO pm and nt and p m Leave GwuRPtown every hour from 610 n m to 815 p m and nt 10 p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 6t m to 6 p in and nt 0 and p m Leave Versailles very hour from 545 m to 045 p m and nt S15 mid 10 p ni E T Phone 010 Home Phone 174- R T GUNN Manager 2tf TSSE Blue Grass Nurseries 0 Lexington Ky Jifer for till largelFruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Asparagus Shrubs Rhubarb and Small Fruits WE MATE SO AGENTS strawberry und General Catalogues on application to H F Hillenmeyer Sons Feb 233111 Rugs 31 sittings and Curtain 25 Axminster Rugs 050 RugsIiMattins 25c China Mattings 20e lot 25c China flattings iSo Curtains lot ROIn Laco Curtainsrl All 2 Lace Curtains 160 All 3 Lace or Muslin Curtains 250 CurtalnsiUAll Short Lengths Brussels and Axminster Carpets yd Carpet RAILROAD TIME TABLE WEST BOUND No 19 L N Frankfort Accom modation departs 535 a m dally except Sunday No 61 L N departs 755 a m Sunday only No 21 C 0 Via Shelbyvillo departs 920 a m daily No 17 L N departs 940 a m daily except Sunday No 15 L N departs 320 p m daily except Sunday No 23 C 0 Via Shelbyville departs 615 p m daily EAST BOUND No IS L N leaves 950 a m daily except Sunday No 22 C 0 leaves 1018 a m 16 L N leaves 435 p m daily except Sunday No 20 L N Frankfort Accom modative arrives 615 p m daily ex cept Sunday No 24 C 0 leaves 759 p m 62 L N leaves 826 p mISunday only C 0 trains arrive and depart from Seventh Street Station Louisville L N trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive and depart from Tenth and Broadway Station Accommodation arrive and departs from First and Water Street Stati- onFC Leaves for Paris 620 a Returis1125 a m Leaves for Paris 200 p m Returns 720 p m J W WATSON Ticket Atjw Iiiiktor1 Ginoinnati MI The Midland Route Local Time Table IN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 t il 081 oS2 AMDA1LY EXUKFT SUNDAY A M No81 IPM 2001t1 LVI Frankfort Ari Summit i5I7211634 Elkhorn Switzer 2 29 6 Stamping Ground 421 Duvall IIi lohnson i Georgetown 101516 i C S Depot New town rl Onterville 600 911 f Parislunctn 18 n An Paris f Lv 8 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q t C KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L X BETWEEN FRANKFORT 8 C1KCIKKAT VIA GEOKOETOWN P MA aij 11251715 Lv Frankfort Ar Lv Georgetown Arl ArClnclnnati Lv 8001I 00 BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS M P M AIP 00 Lv Frankfori Ar 7 Lv Georgetown Ar 6 Lv Ar 610 Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKY CENTRAL RR POINTS 85iA L Frankfort 2M i3jp 47P j A Georgetown Aill OiA 820P 3 25P 60A A Paris 80A 544P 6 lIP A Winchester U 09A 245P 15P 50A A Maysville 45A 15P 8 24A ACynthiana 502P 6 SIP A Richmond LII IMP A Cincinnati MP GEO B HARPER Prea andGenl Sept CWHAYO A Tfie Frankfort RouniMotit y Entered at the pOstoiliec at Frankfort Ken tuoky as secondclass mailabli matter GEO A LEWIS ProY and Pub u FRANKFORT JUNE 29 1907 CORKERS AND TWISTERS By Mrs OHoulihan nIatItractiveFrankfort now so illuminated by beautiful homes is that of Col John N Crutcher on the West Side Its picturesque situation looking out upon the broad waters of the Kentucky riv er from its front portico with spaci ous grounds on every side shaded by forest trees of natural growth and embowered amid shrubbery and flow ers of choice selection and attractive cultivation has recently been supple mented by tasteful additions to its structural features The deft and skillful han1 of the artisanthe painterIh8eand convenience their good judgment could suggest It is now in its entire completeness in its structural outlines and in tasteful and rich colorlngI without disparagement to handsomest and most attractive resi dences on the West Side The attractions of this lovely Kentucky home are made the more complete In the pres ence of its worthy and enterprising owner and his estimable popular and liberal hearted wife and daughter Following the demolition of the cen tral portion of the old Mansion House will be the construction of a seven story steel and concrete skyscraper that will be known as the McClure Business Block This edifice will not only add in a superlative degree to the architectural adornment of the city but will be a splendid tribute to the public spirit the business sagacity and the earnestness of the promoters and planners of the enterprise While many will regret that satisfactory ar rangements could not be perfected to include the entire frontage of the i Mansion House on St Clair street in J the new structure yet it will tower as the most conspicuous and best t equipped business block in the greater t limitedjt be given yet in every particular it will be a triumph of modern art and mechanical 1 execution tt has been a long time since John Halt purchased the old hostelry for lv 000 and remodeled it in many features including the conversion of the lower story on St Clair street into storesand It has beet longer still since Marshalls regiment of cav airy drew up in line on the Main street front as it was en route to the Mexican war Probably the only living representative of its hotel conduct Is Col John N Crutcher of the West- Side who was at one time a popular clerk in its oiiice But times have changed and are changing and all must accommodate themselves to the procession tempora matantur et mutamur in illis Aprobos of the changes observable in the times in Frankfort are those relating to the wage earnersthe working classes Thirty years ago when one crossed the old wooden bridge in the early morning and wan dared out Bridge and Second streets the only living tiling visible would he a few negroes casually perambulating the streets or standing about the street corners No females were visi ble Now between the hours of five and seven a constant stream of men passes along those thoroughfares each with his dinner basket and be tween six and seven a like stream of girls bright and full of spirit trip along on their way to the factories or to do duty as clerks in the stores and shops I MEETING OF RtPRESENTATIVES FRuM TWENTYONE SUNDAY SCHOOLS OF COUNTY GATH ER IN ANNUAL CONVENTION AT BENSON Keprosentattve from twentyone Sunday schools of Franklin county gathered at the Benson church Tues day for the annual convention of the Franklin County Sundayschool AssociationI splendiding estimated that fully 300 people were present The delegation from this city went down on the morning L N train and returned In the af ternoonAt a delicious old fashioned country dinner was served by the la dies of the congregation Those who were present say that it was fit for a king and never did a crowd appear to enjoy an occasion more They did full justice to the excellent menu On the election of officers for the enBcuIng year the following were chosenPresidentE Rt Jones vice resident R K McClure SecretaryTreasurer Miss Fannie EalesCountrSuperlntenc1entsProf A N Gordon Teacher Training Rev C R Hudson House to House Visita tion Miss Louise Wiard Primary De reports were heard from all of the schools and it is hoped that Franklin will soon become the banner county of the district After the opening song service and devotional exercises Rev Wm Crowe of the Southern Presbyterian Church spoke on the Value of a Sunday school to a Community taking the place of Mr YoG Simpson who was detained in the city State Secretary E A Fox spoke on Teacher Training Rev J O A Vaught told of the Re lation of the Home to the Sunday schoolin afternoon Prof A N Gor don spoke on Winning and Holding the Boys and Young Men Rev C R Hudson led a conference on Difficulties I have met fn Sunday school worK and How to Overcome ThemSecretary E A Fox then told What We Are Striving to Accomplish in 1907 The committee on resolutions com posed of Mr Bedford MacUlin- and Rev William Crowe made the follow ling report This convention expresses Its to this congregation for Its use of their church building and for their abounding hospitality manifest ed in so ninny ways 2We also thank Mr E A Fox State Secretary for his presence and help 3Ye express our appreciation of the aggressive and efficient work of Prof Jones our County President and promise Molt our cooperation in the extension of the wo- rl4Ye recommend FirstThat our next County Con vention be a delegated body each Sundayschool being entitled to one delegatewhich representative Is to be elected at least two weeks before hand by the body of teachers of his own schoo- lSecondThat we put forth every effort to make Franklin a banner county by the end of this convention yearThirdThat we make each Sunday school as efficient as It can be madeFourthThat we commend the Inv ternational Convention to be held In Louisville next year- BEDFORD MACKLIN WILLIAM CROWECommittee MAYORS PROCLAMATION Owing to several occurrences of The effect of Scotts Emulsion on thin pale children is magical It makes them plump rosy active happy- It contains Cod Liver Oil Hypophosphites and Glycerine to make fat blood and bone and so put together that it is easily digested by little folk ALL DRUGGISTS 50c AND SIOO late Mnypr Hume Issued the following pfbclan noon on Monday last WhereaiThere has appeared be some miupprehension as to the order given the members of the police force of the city of Frankfort in re gard to entering saloons I do now proclaim by the power Invested In me as Mayor of Frankfort that hereafter no police officer shall be allowel to enter a saloon under any pretext except to quell a disturbance or to perform some other official duty Any violation of this rule will be sufficient grounds for suspension for a stateu time for the first offense and lor removal from the force nor a sec ond offense E E HUME Mayor City of Frankfort ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE A white man by the name of Lucien Sams living on Wilkinson street at tempted to commit suicide on Mon day by jumping Into the river Messrs L T Rogers and Bud Clark were notified and ran to the river succeeded in pulling the man out His cold bath caused a change of infelicity Is said to be the cause of the rash act EXCURSION RATES TO LOUIS VILLE LAST SUNDAY she regular Sunday trait on the L N Railroad owing to excursion rates was filled with passengers en route to Louisville These trips to Louisville and Cin cinnati are becoming more and more popular all the time A SPLENDID MAN SELECTED AS IMMIGRANT AGENT Mr Chas G Mutzenburgh law clerk for Chief Justice ORear has been selected by the State Board of Agriculture and Forestry to go to Switzerland during the vacation of the Court of Appeals and endeavor to In duce the better class of immigrants to come from that country to this city He Is a native of Switzerland The appointment is an excellent one Mr Mutzenburg Is a gentleman of fine attiiinments and of the highest standing HE FIRED THE STICK I l1a enred the walking stick Ive carried over 40 years on account of a sore that resisted every kind of treatment until I tried Buck lens Ay cSalve that has healed the sore ode me a happy man writes John Garrett of North Mills N C Guaranteed for Piles Burns etc by all druggists 25 cents H BEAUTIFUL WORK OF ART Miss Margaret Howard daughter of Mr W A Howard who has been attending Nazareth Academy returned home last week and we were shown some of her work as an artist in watercolors which were simply master pieces One represents a jail of swans on a ilake gliding among water lilies the other represents a basket of peaches and both are absolutely true to nature especially the last which looks so tempting that one most irresistably desires to pick them up and eat them Miss Howard certainly Is an accomplished artist and has a bright future ahead v TVeitzePs t1ig Summer Clearance Sale commences today This means a load of bargains for our custom ers r WEEKLy LEXINGTON GAZETTE SUSPENDS IDr a note from the Gazette Publishing Company we learn that the Weekly Lexington Gazette will cease to be published The Daily Evening Gazette will be published as usual We append an excerpt from tIt letter As a campaign offer we are send ing the Evening Gazette for the re mainder of the year for 150 when paid in advance and The Lexington Herald for the remainder of the year for 250 paid in advance or 200 from the first of August We will send the Sunday Herald for the remainder of the year for cents paid in ads vance We desire to fill out all unex plred Weekly Gazette subscriptions with one of these Yours puhlicationsI THE KENTUCKY PUB LASHING CO 11iMl i h i Pleasant to take Laxative I r Syrup J NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONr Ask Your Doctor he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their ext Ithe best medicines for Constipation as they brie action of the bowels wh n minerals and tfl are irritating to the intestines VegcIabout 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 tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers SpadesIScythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins wv Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches 4 FRANK GSTAGGI Hardware Paints Oils Etc GapitolFoundry Machine Go HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in and Repairers of Machinery and Machine 4 Supplies of All Kinds Both New and Secondhand j4 WE HAVE FOR SALE tSixhorse Power Portable Engine and Bollertt Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine J Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrs200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONES t rTAT ryIAlmost Unnerved Heart Pains IShort of Breath a Faint and Languid lDrMilesHeart Cure and Nervlne Cured Me P Nervine It has been five years since I was cured hadfbecome short and difficult at tim short pains about the heart sometimes accompanied with fluttering would make and The least excite meat or mental worry would almost unnerve growiworseremedies prescribed by physicians witho obtaining relief I was to Rive yo secondNeillY f heart trouble the stomach kidneys liver or ngs become affected A the symptoms JingTj excitable and apt to witho r thheartat d egin the use of Dr Miles Heart Cure the daydelay a bottleen Nervous and Heart Diseases Addren Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind FLAG FORK The rains are not so frequent and the farmers have about caught up wit hof their work Things look very flourish placeq1 phyphealth It is earnestly hoped by his many friends that if they can pull him through the hot weather to cluck en harvest that he will recover I Miss Loula Duvall closed her school at Bald Knob bn Monday last She Is 1anenergetic young teacher from liar ii vleland Mr Oscar Wade the well known son of Mr Jim Wade is often seen visit Jng out in Pleasant View country It peoplFe that he has his eye on the charming I young daughter of Mr J P Hulotte Miss Mary Miss Emma Peters of Waddy Js Visiting friends and relatives atla J i JIarp fellolidw r d beat your time Miss Cora is tmight visiting her sister at Ottus Mrs Sallie Nash has finished her carpet and is now ready to entertain company providing you do not call before ten oclock a miBailey Waldner Co are doing a large business as merchants at this place They handle most anything in the dry goods and grocery line at reasonable prices Call and see them Mrs Allison the mother of Mrs T R Moore is visiting her son Mr VIr gil tIRev C N Benight preached at Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church on Sunday last at 11 oclock a m and 1Rev G A Reed preached at 5 oclock p in There was a large at tendartce at both servicesiMr Arthur Thompson and wife are a prosperous young couple who reside on Willow Branch They are muchn loved and appreciated by their ninny neighborsI tlILong and Eflle Bishop for some time I suppose Mr Luckett and Mr Long still call every Sunday Miss Ida Polsgrove of Ottersville carted on her teacher Miss Elizabeth WIaJat Pleasant Ridge SundayP f Miss Mary Hulette went to Monterey on Tuesday last BLACK EYES it r WORK OF DEMOLITION COMu MENCED 6 The work of demolition of the old Mansion House corner Main and St Clair streets was commenced on Tues day lust The McCluro Realty Co has let the contract for a splendid building which will be seven stories high ofca steel and concrete construction and up to date and modern In all its ap pointments Messrs Bailey Kolrner of Louisville have the contract and are al theeground floor will be fitted up for e Irhe and attractive store rooms the upper floors will be arrang ed for office rooms of the most desira bee character MANDATE TAKEN TO LOUISVILLE AppealsvEintalten to Louisville on Thursday presented In the circuit courts Ion that day It became effective as larger part of the offices at once The Mayor and some few others hold until the Governor makes the appointments sail the appointees qual urify BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION A very happy and jouous occasion was the celebration of the 73d day of Mrs Sarah Games at the ho of her son Mr Joe Games near Woodlake this county on Sunday une 17 1907 Quite a surprise to her auIl looking happy and giving no hint that they brought with them aboun teous dinner all well prepared and which was thoroughly enjoyed b those present The following were present Mrs Fannie Estes and daughter Sophia and Master Willie Bell Mr Bedford Estes Mrs Martha Games and family Air Herndon and Preston Games Mr Preston Calvert Miss Nellie Phillips Lawrenceburg Miss Viola and Jimmle Alexander Miss Bonnie Vardl man of Marshall Mo Mrs S W Burden and daughter Marguerite S N B iSTAMPING GROUND MASONS TO GIVE BIG PICNIC The Stamping Ground Lodge of Masons will give a picnic at Stamping Iuround today Speeches will be made G W Hill Hon J M Steven doubleImoving picture shows and numerou- otner attractions have been secure for the enjoyment of allbig and lIt tie old and young Refreshments will be served on the grounds at a nominal charge and every body will have an opportunity to spend a day of pleasant profitable recreation IFORMER FRANKFORT To BOY HON ORED In a recent Issue of the Cincinnati Enquirer appeals a notice of a farewell dinner whichwas given in CIn- cinnati in honor of Mr Alfred H Henderson son Rev Dr H A i1 Hen derson the beloved former pastor of SuperiState Mr Henderson has developed a = Words of Praise For the several Ingredients of which Dr givenbymedicine should have far moro weight any amount of nonprofessional tes Prescriptionbottlewrapper In a full list of all Its gredients printed In plain English sufferfromg distress in stomach periodical pains draindraggh specksdanclsym toms caused by female weak ess otathor derangement of the feminine takoDroperatinguse of Mavorlte Prescription In cases Thereby the obnoxious exam Injt1tlons nn mw of t In aml y simian he avoided an a t IOrnll curse succcssiui treatment carried out toPrescrnative medicinal roots known to medicals peculiarailmentsharmful or habitforming drugs FavorltoPrescription tumorsNoestablish vigorous health In most nesses and ailments peculiarly weakI women as can It must boIgiven a fair chance by perseverance In for a reasonable of time nlStrumcomposition DrPlercoence is guarded as sacredly secret and womanly confidences aro protected by professional PIerce privacy Address Dr R VJ bestlaxativeThoy Invigorate stomach liver and One a laxative two or three thartic Easy to take as candy I liberal partial payment planlt little at a as income high order of talent as a newspaper writer and was about to leave for aj European trip Mr Henderson was educated In the- Frankfort public jschools and at the old Kentucky Military Institute He is a nephew of Mrs John C Mastln of this city WONDERFULECZEMA CURE Our little boy shad eczema for five years writes N AAdams Henrietta Pa Two of our hme 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 medi cine until several bottles were used when our boy was completely cured Best of all blood medicines and body building health tonics Guaranteed at all Drug Stores SAWalT TRIED aA farmer hasmade a discovery that be of vastirnportance to farmers during a dry season He has found that by planting1 onions and potatoes in the same fieldiuid In alternate rows the onions being so strong bring tears to the eyes Wthe potatoes in such volumes1 ttirlhe roots ot the vines are kept moist and a big crop is raised In spite of the drouth Boone County Recorder We had a neighbor to try this once and it worked all right but when the corn in an adjoining field began to shpot the onions all laid flat down on the ground and the potatoes took td the hills Georgetown News June 2- 5Dont a fail to attend Veit zels Big Summer Clear ance Sale It lasts only two weeks Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for skin eruption CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE If your blood is Impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 tor large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es peclally advised for chronic deep cases as It cures after all else falls Mar 2ly jpct to change without notice Limited for Louisville Nnshvilh m Allis West and Southwest 920 A M anil 014 P M Dnilv Limited Washington Baltimore Philadel phia Now York Richmond Old Point curd Norfolk 1010 A M and 801 P M Dally 23lyr iii yr i l Buy Furniture R I r fcon 0In i c ally E Extra vaijiUKo consists in buying the wrong thing at the wrong price illgthoprico If you iiro truly economical you will not buy furniture chenpItsOI1o11d furnituretliotime your permits 30F43me I carbuncles made RySchedule 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 handmade and is soldunder 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 K WARD C M BROwNINGrPresident Sec and Treas f A Happy New Year Is assured to all users of PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR II For Sale by all Grocers I Sendus your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit and Produce HEIST SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones 47- mpp n II iAM READY TO MAKE THE BEST PHOTOSAnd J BridgeStble Photographer H G MATTERN i t t IJ f 0k f r k M A SELBERT I THE LEADING JEWELER I I MARRIED FABENSWILLJAMS The follow ing announcement has been received by relatives in this city Mrs Sarah Egbert Williams announces the marriage of her daugh ter- Katherine Patrick- to Mr Eugene Jerome Fabens- on Monday June the seventeenth- one thousand nine hundred and I Minneapolis Minnesota Mr and Mrs Eugene Jerome Faben- At Home after September the first MORSETHOMASON this coon ty on Tuesday Mr Nile D Morse and Miss Lilian Mabel Thomason eve- rmarried by Rev C R Hudson of th Christian Church- ARNOLDCONNETT In S1 Jo seph Mo Mr Glenn B Arnold of this city and Miss Cora Lee Connett of St Joseph were married by Key Thos N Arnold the father of the groom Dont let the baby suffer from ecze ma sores or any itching of the skin Doans Ointment gives instant relief cures quickly Perfectly safe for chil rcdren All druggists sell it GROUND LEASED r ft Blue Grass Fair Association Makes t Addition To Its 1Beautiful Plant In order to provide ample ground for its exhibition the Blue Grass Fair Association has leased for a term o years ten acres of choice property im mediately adjoining the plant of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association from the Gibson estate On this ground will be placed suitable buildings for cattle sheep and hogs For the State Fair of 1905 and the Blue Grass Fair of last year tem pOlar buildings were erected to care for these several classes of stock Due to the necessity of hasty construction these buildings were not so com fortable as they might have been and last year the heavy rains which prevailed during the week of the Fai caused exhibitors some inconvenience All of this will now be averted Firs class buildings will be erected with excellent roofing so even should rain come during the week of the Fair the stock will be absolutely protected This splendid addition to its grounds will also enable the Blue Grass Fair Association to have a high cfss ma chinery exhibit without use of the infield which has been somewhat difficult of access both to the firms mal lag exhibition and to the visitors All the machinery will be placed on part of these grounds and special arrangement will be made allowing practical demonstrations The ma chinery exhibit will be one of the in teresting features of the Blue Grass Pair during the week of August 12th to 17th GLASS WORKS SHUTS DOWNI The Frankfort Modes Glass WorlsI will go out of blast today and main closed until the first of Septem her The management say that this is rendered necessary by the fact that the men can not stand the excessive heat of the months of July and August that is the usual heat of those months BIRTM3T =DA1LEY In this city on Wednesday to Mr Turner Dalle and wirea sonIday to Mr Robt M Bergman and wire nee Westa son GUNTHER In this city on Thurs day to Mr Gunther and wifea- daughters SWITZER Miss Irene Dawson left Sunday for the western part L New York where she will spend some weeks eMr J H McConnell was called t acecount o the illness of his mother Mrs W B Jones left Sunday for Covington where she will spend some days with her parents Mr and Mrs S S Shepard t Mr O B Lee Head is the guest of Mr B F Head and wife this week Misses Gertrude Smith and Cleo Carter spent Thursday in Frank fort Mrs D E heeler spent Tuesday with relatives in Peaks Mill Miss Ethel Wingate sp nt Saturd- aanduunday with hiss gbrdella Poi ex er Mr George M Brock Jr of Cres cent View spent Sunday afternoon with friends here Mr Thos Jones of Frankfort spent EfR Jones and wife Mr and Mrs Ben DIxon of George town spent Sunday here with relatives IA small crowd left here Sunday toII the day in Cincinnati most every one seems to enjoy selves Mr Nile Morris and Miss Lilian Thomason both of Franlfort w remarried last Tuesday evening 8 pr m at the home of the Tingle The bride is the young and attractive daughter groomris the handsome son of Mrs thetceremony Many beautiful presents were received The many friends of the happy couple extend to them their heartiest congratulations We are glad to see Mr and Mrs James Smith back again Some talk of having an ice cream supper soon We hope the boys all shall carry a large purse SWITZERITE LOUISVILLE HAS NEW MAYOR Under the decision of the Court of Appeals which was filed m the Jefferson Circuit Court on Thursday the office of Mayor became vacant upon the appointment of a new Mayor by the Governor About noon on that day Gov Beckham appointed Mr countyIposition Mr Bin ham has been an ardent friend of the Gpvernor in his fight oa the Louisville machine He is a firstclass young and energetic law yen It is thought that he will make a good and efficient Mayor The rest of the Louisville appoint ments will probably be made today It r Silver Plale that Wears Made in artistic and origi 0 nal patterns only Your Knives Forks Spoons etc will be correct in every way if they bear the trade mark 18 d 7Ragers s The newest deigns are shown inJCatalogue 53 Sent free Mara ony by International Silver Co Successor to MHUIDEN BRITANNIA ilrral tsx COxN SOLD BY BERTHS IGREGORYIn this county on Sun da Mrs Mary Gregory aged about 65 years Mrs Gregory was a well known and beloved Christian woman ihe funeral and burial took place on Tuesday afternoon TROUTMAN In Nicholasville on Tuesday Mrs Margaret Farra Trout man aged 71 years Mrs Troutman was a gentle Chris tian woman who won and held all who came within her influence by the purity of her life she leaves two children Mr C F Troutman of Nicholasville and Mrs mournoher death The funeral and burial took place on Thursday JENKINSAt the residence of her sister Miss Margaret Jenkins aged about 66 years after long years of was a daughter of the late John Jenkins and was a devoted Christian woman and member of the Evergreen Baptist Church The funeral will be preached today at the Presbyterian Church in Bridge port and the Interment will be in the family burying ground near by yoSPLENDID RECORD vr c W The Court of Appeals will adjourn today for the summer vacation after having disposed of more business than ever has been done at any time in tne past The totai number of cases decided runs up to over 1200 and leaves cnly about twentyfive submitted cases undecided- At this rate that court will be up with the docket by the 1st of January ilOOS SIXTEEN SPLENDID ACTS Through an arrangement with Frank P Spellman of Cleveland Ohio the Blue Grass Fair will have the most remarkable program of free attrac tions ever offered in the South This program will include sixteen splendid acts each afternoon and each night It is the same program done by exactly the same people which has been arranged for the Ohio State Fair at Columbus one of the two or three biggest fairs of the entire country and one which devotes special attention to its free attractions These attrac tions will embrace practically all the interesting features of modern circus and the program will require about two hours for its completion They will include Spellmans troup of per lorming bears the largest troup of bears ever offered at any show They include the great Valentejens the most sensational trapeze and casting act which has been put before the pub lie in a number of years and a num her of other attractions equally good These attractions will be dally feature of toe Big Blue Grass Fair from August 12th to 17th inclusive o LEGAL STAFF REORGANIZED The legal staff of the L N Rail road has been reorganized as follows General Solicitor Albert S Bran deisGeneral AttorneyThos B Harrison Jr- District AttorneyBenj D Warfleld dir Brandeis takes the position for- merlY held by Hon Ed W Hines Col Henry L Stone remains at the head of the force as General Counsel Ii 11 I t A SELBERTIM TH- ELEADING JEWELER Let me mail you free to prove merit samples of my Dr Sheeps 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 Symplons 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 dealersl Niagara Falls Excursions Via the Queen Creaceii t Route July 2530August 10th to i7 Write H C King G P A Lexington Ky for particulars STREET CAR LINE Cars leave apital Hotel Main and Ann streets for South Frankfort com mencing at 615 a m and every 15 minutes until 1015 p m For ParkAt 615 a m and 3 cars per hour until 1015 p m For Cemetery630 a m every 45 minutes until 945 p m For Leestown630 a m and every 30 minutes until 10 p m F AND V TRACTION CO J D SALLEE Supt CONSUMPTIONS WARNING outsideiJThe aid of scientific inventions is not needed to determine whether your lungs are affected The first symptoms can be readily noted by anyone of average in telligence qThere no disease known that gives so many plain warnings of its approach ai consumption and no serious can so reached and checked if the medicine used is Dr Boschees German Syrup which is made to cure consumption flt is in the early stages that German Syrup should be taken when warnings qwtthethe gradual weakening of the lungs ac expectorationqDut cough even if dread consumption has already attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cureas it haa apparentlyhopeless JNew trial bottles 250 Regular size 75C At all druggists For sale by J W Gayle Woven Wire Fences D C LAYARD Agent for for Lamb Woien Wire Fence Peerless WoOen Wire Fence and Peerless JrPoultry Fence Cu sane moaey oe yoar WIRE FENCING No U3mr 4vtgenufLaxativethe remedy thn cnf n rnldln ono WEEIUYCOURIER JOUR11fflt AND oundabot1t For R1eIS C The Presidential election is ap ehrutiedthatDemocrat and has always been a Democrat never Republican Es wnyDemocratsThe Courier Journal is going to sup port the ticket And there you have it SEND YOUR ORDER FOR THIS COMBINATION TO US NOT TO THE COURIERJOUR NAL THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE WETKLY COURIER JOURNAL ALONE 1S1 A YEAR For Ilie m ian f Kentucky elects a full State ticket this fall and the campaign and election will be strenuous You can not keep posted unless you read a Democratic paper that prints THE NEWS without fear or favor The Louisville Tim g n Tills4 spcial111nited by we can send by mail The Times Five Months The Roundabout o Six Months For Only 200 Send your order for the combination to THIS PAPER not to The Louisville Times AT ONCE as the offer will positively be with drawn SEPTEMBER 1 The Good Old Summer Time Creates a demand for Worth 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 O SOWER GO307309 Main Street Hardware Merchants60th Phones r RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chlnn the rec L mland930 a m Sundayschool in theI chapelWednesday evening prayer at 730 pmThe public generally Invited to at tend BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 8 p m Sundayschool at 945 in the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union 700 p m in the chapel atI Prayer meeting Wednesday r I 745 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats tree CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m in the J chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets P at 700 in the chapel- Prayermeeting on Wednesday even Ing at 730 oclock In the Chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday f afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited p 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 fFIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Jesse R Ziegler the pas tor will preach at 11 a m and 745 rpmSundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples of Christian Endeavor at 630 p InIPrayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p mIVisitors cordially welcomed JlIETHODlST CHURCHRev J 0 A Vaught Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 p mIThere will be special music at this church at 11 a m The Frankfort Band the choir and a quartette will partl men specially Invited tot attendSundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting on Wednesday even ing at 730 p m f Everybody invited PRESBYTERIAN to attend pasItor mIPrayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p Everybody invited to attend i BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school at 300 oclock p m b THORN HILLThere will be SunII dayschool every Sunday afternoon i the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p m 4l IBEAUTIFUL SENTIMENT A lady living in California sent the following exquisite bit of poetry to an lastIlug it to our readers Across the valleys of the coast Across the jagged mountain host Well named the Rockyover seas seas Of prairie vast and fertile leas Unto a land loved long and well I turn this Christmas morn to dwell In tender thoughtno sapphire skies Shall lure me with their sophistries To shift allegiance and recant- A lifes traditionsto supplant The old and dear for the new andI strange The things of now for the long sweet range Oi the years that reach in series sweet Till in childhoods echoes they merge and meet For the freighted friendships of theI past Laden with memories treasure vast May the joys of the yuletide sing to thee With the glad sad agelong harmony That vibrant thrilled through the hush of morn When the chairing angels proclaimed its dawn- S 0 B C AIR SHIP ENGAGED Roy Knabenshue Will Make Daily As cents at the Big Blue Grass Fair IThe Blue Grass Fair Association has a contract for a Knabenshue airship to make daily ascensions dur the fair This contract was made ling week after a full consideration of the different airship propositions the country The Knabenshue ship was chosen because It has been most successful in its demonstrations of the practi cability of aerial navigation Mr Roy Knabenshue himself will come to the Fair to make the ascents and there is no doubt that his lllghts will be most successful provided weather conditions are not absolutely adverse When it is raining it is of course not possible to fly In an airship nor can a satisfactory flight be made when a high wind prevails Under any other circumstances however the flights can be carried out and on each day of the Fair some two or three exhi bitions will be given at different pert oils so that aa who come may have the opportunity to witness them An aerodrome tent will also be provided wherein the ship will be kept when It is not making its ascents In thug tent will be a demonstrator who will explain every detail and thus visitors will be given the opportunity both to see the ship In motion and to examine it at their leisure The Knabenshue airship will be the big feature of the Blue Grass Fair every day from August 12th to 17th inclu save aLlttlor e Early Risers The famous little pills PEA RIDGE Mr Dudley Lacefleld and wife Mr David Lacefleld and wife Mr Sam Lacefteld and wife were the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs William Lacefleld Mr Lacefleld Sr who will be 90 years old his next birthday has been quite feeble the last two weeks but is now believed he is improving His many friends hope he will soon be well again Mr Joe Trteceq is visiting in Hatton this week 2r idlss Samueila Miss Lena and Miss Beulah Crutcher and brothers were the guest of rank and Miss Lilafred Edge last SundaIMrs L Edge and daughters attended the Sundayschool Convention at Benson last Tuesday Miss Jessie Chambers of Frankfort is spending herfjvacation with her pa rents and other ldnsfolk this weeeI tJ The vholeflje hborhood was sad- dendedbythe recent death of Mrs Lucy Conway the youngest daughter Mr Isham Pierce and wife She was a native of old Pea Ridge Fair and sweet pure and loving as girl and woman as near perfect as it Is possible for mortal to be and her loss is great arid grievous to bear for all of us who have known and loved her so longMrs Allen Stlgers and baby attend ed the Switzer Convention As Miss Etta Allison the teacher at Pea Ridge and many of her former pupils were greeting her and admiring her sweet baby Tee Is lots of work In the country now on the farm but the laborers are few and hard to hire Tobacco Is growing fine Some of our farmers took advantage of the recent rains and set out their last of Morgans old cavalry men predicts that the next Governor will be a Republican- A number of ladies took their ba bies to the Sunday scliool Convention any a finer looking set or better be haved never attended any convention ITown and country Interest seem to be identical Fifteen thousand dollars worth of houses are being built five miles from the city that would have been built in Frankfort ii about one mile of pike had not been dangerous to travel The people miss the side walks stores gas electric light be sides the other convenience of water In their houses having to go so far for water this hot weather In any part of the county good words can be heard of Mr Will Hawkins our assessor for his short clear report published It contains so much information in a small space and for history geography natural history literature and finance It ought to be In our school hooks If our Bill wants anything our county can give him he has just to ask for It Our Bill would make a good superintendent for Franklin county SCRIBE e Never can tell when youll mash a finger or suffer a cut bruise burn or scald Be prepared Dr Thomas Electric Oil Instantly relieve the pain quickly cures the wound i i 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 the 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 dally 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 in mind that this offer is made only for those who can not get The Evening 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MENS 18 SUITSJr t Just two weeks ago we started this 18 suit sale Its the greatest thing that ever hit Frankfort Sold so many of them that sizes are getting badly broken So to keep things moving we reduce today the price on every fine suit in our store to just 18 Now in this offer you get choice of all suits in our regular stock which have uot been reduced before Novelties such as you find at McClures staples tailored as only the McClure tailoring- organizations can do and to make it the more remarkable EVERY FINE BLACK AND BLUE SUIT IS INCLUDED Now come quick Choice of absolutely any suit in the store worth 25 30 and 35 blacks and blues included ffilO This sale lasts only until Saturday night June 29tRemember its just the middle of June that the McClure line of really fine clothes eclipsed this spring any ever shown in central Kentucky and thatI you are now offered choice of this line of exceptional suits worth up to 35 for only 18 Best patterns go first Act quick EtN R K McClure Sons t r- W7 i 1iV INC0RP 1 tTED W pONLY ONE BEST Frankfort People Give Credit Where Credit is Due c r People of Frankfort who suffer with and bad backs want a 1kidney remedy that can be depended upon The best Is Doans Kidney Pills a medicine for the kidneys only made from pure roots and herbs and the only one that is backed by cures in Frankfort Heres Frankfort testimony Mrs Anna M Kavanaugh of 504 Main street corner Todd Frankfort Ky says suffered from kidney trouble for several years and tried many different medicines in the hopes of finding some relief for the intense suffering I endured across the small myfeven the slightest relief tained made me about tired and badly discouraged In my effort to find help At one time when suffering from congestion of toe kidneys my condi tion was so bad that the doctors gave r me up saying there was no possible show of my recovery However I got better and with theS3eETAOINLDR better but continued to suffer with the dreadful misery In my back and r with the kidney secretions which were most annoying and distressing The tsplendid testimonials which I saw in the papers about Doans Kidney Pills induced me to make one more effort t My grandson procured a box for me at J W Gayles drug store and to my most pleasant surprise they gave me Immediate relief and continuing their f much improved Inuse found myself every way I am grateful for the ben efit I have received and highly rec ommend Doans Kidney Pills t For sale by all dealers Price 50 qents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States F Remember the name Doans tape no other Dr CacIyB Condition Powders are when in bad an4vermifugemedicine use horse in prime condition Price 3 CentS pPr pnonirr For sale by J W Gayle and Le f Compte Gayle STATE EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION Irhe State Educational Convention Winchester last week It was larkely attended and great enthusiasm land Interest were aroused The following are the officers for the ensuing year PresidentC C Adams of Williams townFirst vice President Col Crawford of Richmond Second Vice PresidentC A Tan her of Richmond Third Vice President Mrs Nanniu Falconer of Lexington TreasurerC W Bell of Owensbo ro Secretary C W Winston of Lpx elected for three years last yearIBoard of DirectorsH H Cherry 01 Bowling Green Dr J A Ramsey of Lexington Barksdale Hamlet of Hopklnsville E R Jones of Switzer The convention will meet In this city next year REMARKABLE RESCYEI That truth Is stranger than has once more been fictionI in the little town of Fedora the residence of C V Pepper He IIwrites I was in bed entire disa hemorrhages of the lungs and throat Doctors failed to me and all hope had fled when I beI 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 BIG CROWD ON EXCURSION TO 1CINCINNATI 1The excursion to Cincinnati which was run over the F C and Q C Railways on Sunday had a very large crowd on board from this city The cars were packed until standing room was at a premium 01 lOWing to the change in the Cincinnati on the return trip having been changed to 610 p m Instead of 830 the train reached home by good bedtime CHOAYEVILlE aJ Everything seems very lively Choateville in spite pf the rainy weather Miss Julia Long returned from- a weeks visit at her aunts at Baileys 1li11t4 Mr Bud Tharp who has been very Ill is Improving very test Mr Victor Banta and Miss Lonnie Moore visited friends at Baileys Mill Sunday Mr Barry Pierce who was In such haste to leave Mr Jeff Peters Sun day night lost a fine patent leather slipper Any one that finds It will be handsomely rewardedlf they will re to Mr Peters store IThere seemed to be a flourish crowd at Mr Guspeans Sundaying Hanjr Moore fcalled on MIls Minnie Hulette last Sunday even ing TC all Jesse Hulette eallddon his best girl Sunday evening5 IThere will be a two weeks meeting at Choateville beginning Sunday night Everyone cordially Invit et1 LITTL BOY BLUE 4 Cough Caution Never positively ueverpoison your lungs Uyou coughoven from a eimplo cola on1you shou1dI always heal sootho and ease the irritated chtul tubes Dont blindly suppress It with a stupefying poison Itsstrange how some thing- finally como about For twenty DrShoo has constantly warned not to tako cough mixtures or prescriptions containing Opium Chloroform or similar poisons And nowa littlo late thoughCongress says Put It on tho label if poisons Mixture Good Very good Ilereafterforthisvoryreasonmothets- and others should insist on having Dr Cough Cure No poison marks on Dr Shoop y labels and nono In the medicine else it must b law be on tho label And its not only safe but it is said to bo by those that knowlt best a truly markabla cough remedy Take nochanco then particularly with your children Insist on havln Dr Snoops Cough Cure Compare carefully Dr Shoop package with others noto th difference No poison there You can always be on tho safe side by demanding Dr Shoops Cough Cure ALL DEALERS 4 Ir 1w f LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMARY OF TIMETABLEtNOV 18 1900 IEFFECIIVE WESTBOUNDit INo 41 11AM DailyEx No2 IPLeave J Stations Mls = LJ Ar IPM 785 25I 0I Lexington P55 81a 31U Winchester PlI 9 825I II E City Junction 825 Stanton 815I44U 457 Torrent571017 51 62BeRttyvll1e Junction 707r 1120 1115 1085 1048 Ig lI Jackson Tit loge K Junction 55I 649 Trains Nos and will make connections with the 0 ArMie Ij JRvfor Mt sterling nti rtit Trains Nos 1 2 8 will connect with tho Mountain UamptOn Ju trill R for Pine Ridge and Trains Nos and will make connection nt UeattyVUIG JUllCClOn Tunct with L A for and from Trains and connect witihthu O K Ky Of K JUriCtlOll tih 0 k K SCOTT McDOWELLCHARLESW GP AGeneral Manager OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY nRI No DallyEx No DailyEx Stations Ex y SI elp M LyeIA M Ar IP M Ar r 0I 980 285 Jackson 380 1120 0 885 1126 1j280 0K Junction 417 1162 f843I 1581WIUnust rg 1158 1222 l1750 518 12221810I 74 Il715 121Helcchaw 545 1245 INolI and will closo connection at O t K Ju with and for on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY 9Dr Weavers Parifies the blood Cerate SyrupI KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS KingsoNew Discovery I FOR cOUCHS OLDS Trlai PRICEII AlTHAOATANDlUNOTAOUBL- ESGUARANTEED 13ATIBFAOTOR OR MONEY REFUNDED tIt IDRily IDnily SundA NoJl Daily Sund D7 26I make coon Superintendent AND 50 YEARS- ISXPERIENCI libDESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS c Anyone sending a sketch and ma free whether an OCommunlCftotlons8trlctlf Iontfree Oldest Patents taken through Mann A Coreceive d notice without charge In the Scientific Jlmerican handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest cir a Terms byallnowedealersEIUNN Office l 4Itr