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THE FRANKFORTtjEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance I I0L1XKX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JULY 6 1907 No 37 E fRANKFORTS PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS I Hplft GEORGE and SALEXDERI JParsOll l Prod nd St HceI17 Old tvAKSGAYLE CO i rated Side 5O U4 Main Street n r4wLAUNDRYT- he JM XrN Laundry aims do the best work in the State All work called for and delivered E G NELL Agent Office I 223 StClair St up stings jl5in PLUMBINGWhen ewI or old sanitary work has Whitehead 104 St Ready at all times ClairIijtos to suit the most a Phones 105 juno ono Fra1kf ort Imo GOllmanv Manufacturers of Puro Artificial fee made front Distilled Water factory Nos 102 104 lOG and 108 ain Street Phones and nho largest anil hest equipped lant In the State juno 15Uin JQ Rfpflff Dealer hi ancy and Staple Groceries Tinware Etc UPItrT J SCOTTOW itry Produce a Specialty Staple und Fancy Groceries I Fruits and Vegetables L th Phones Cor 2nd Bridge I Streets a mo APPROPRIATEI accordance with the request of Sundayschool Board of the South Baptist Convention tne regular vises of the First Baptist Church school were dispensed with unday last and instead Chip s Day consisting of a series of s recitations c were given e large auditorium was filled with children their parents ands the necessary absence of Dr P who has been Superin lent of this school for nearly 27 A Mr W S Farmer Assistant wlntendent had charge of tho ex jes e church was beautifully decorat jljth cut flowers ferns c ft songs recitations c of tho fers were surprisingly good espe of the little tots who toot the Itae by storm- JLxeJcises were closed by talc p a handsome collection for the use of Bibles lesson papers c ose schools which are not ahle irchasp for themselves large audience present were uteil with the whole affair which Ited careful and conscientious ng on tho part of those having lair in charge and cheerful and liastUs work on the part of the- lm total enrollment of the differ apartments of this nourishing foot up 8G1 cra get quick and certain reliel Dr Shoops Magic Ointment t note It is made aloije for plies Ij action is positive and certain t painful protruding or Mini tisappoar like magic by its us iiclcel capped glass jars 50cts ml druggists t i CPti i v i4 SOUTH CO PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KYI June 15nm Both Phones 17 Cauital Stoam Laundry Office Cor Main and Ann Sts Laundry Foot of Ann St FRANKFORT KY Juno 0m In Addition to LUMBER- We sell the Celebrated Ham mol Paint and the best Wall Plaster made Invincible HAMMOND CO June 0- 111Shoe Makers- I Kratzel 219 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 juno 15Sni HARNESSJOS Washington St If wont honiethini in the Harness line either new or old give n call Ho is also prepared to repair harness or at that will surprise the most skeptical Juno NALMILLERr Makes a Specialty of Dyeing Cleaning and Pressing Suits Made to Order 405 Main St Opp Capital Hotel juno 15811 Interior Decorating For all high class work of this kind why not call on those that thoroughly understand the business juno 15001PIIEVAIL H88 St Clair DESERVE CREDIT For Fight Made in Behalf of Real Kentucky Whisky The Louisville Free Press says In all this agitation of the pure food law it should be remembered that E H Taylor Jr Sons of Frankfort the d stillers of the famous Old Taylor were the urea who made the name Kentucky Whisky the subject of universal interest that it is today Almost single handed this oldfash coned firm which has never learned miy of the short cuts of the business has contended for the right of the forI PHILLIPS CANTY Plumbing Gas Fitting and Sew erage Sanitary Work of all Descriptions Try us and be Convinced juno loCm Hate you a Gas1 tove If not moneyCalllight price The Capital Gas Electric June IECm Light CO Incorporate The South Side Meat Market The Best Beef Lamb Veal and Pork Fresh and Smoked SauT I juno 181andLiquors and Where to Buy Them I The Pure Food Law will not affect us We always did and always will sell nothing but Straight Liquors at GEO B CALENDER 45 St date i Agent for Troy Steam Laundry Afcenti for Bell Florist Lexington JOHN W GAYLE Merchant Tailor nod Gentlemens Fnr nisher amt Hotter Cleaning Pressing nml Repairing n Specialty t Main Street Old Phond232 juno 15Gm 1 I THE HALL CAr 237 St Clair Frankfort Ky Everything for the Inner Man Taos F NKWMAN Mouse W J KENNEDY Chicken Tune i4fit Proprietors rrrrFor Plain and Fancy JOB WORK Try the Roundabout They have fight for this principle in the courts in the public press and In the halls of Congress Today E H Taylor Jr 8 Sons have the right to be proud of the work they have done Their own business has reaped a rich harvest from the increased demand for Old Taylor that has come with the pub lic demand for straight whisky the result of their long and costly cam thelllwhtsly profanity wont cure them DoansI Ointment sires itching protruding piles after years of suffer At any drug store ling d SHINGLE We have just unloaded a car of Shingles and will havo twr Cedar I Poplin Shingles next wee cars of quick if you want anyJi Come f AMrif ltjtp ittl r J j KAGINS1CLEARANCE Continues another week Opportunities for i nevermore abundant New features added saving makes it worth your while to come even tho which have been to this sale Consider these agh yoU Ladies lOc Hose 8c r Ladies 5c Vests lOc One lot 50c Belts 25c 125 White Wash Skirts 9 i One lot 7ic Lace 5c 80 125 Black Trr yd 25c Mercerized Madras tOe ydlffettayS100 yda1000 Skits 750 1250 Skirts 850 rOe Woolen Die t 100 Wooie S Goods 35c fL- nw Dnss Goods 75c i1KA61Ne co 1j it 7x7 f BRONO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT I KYok i W tWIN SUCoEbo IN NURSING r The Best Paying Occupation Scholarships Fret Nursing the sick is perhr most attractive field for me acps tilt woman who would win sue mbJUous make the most of life It ismess and occupation It gives skill t a relined- and to the ueartgrace Itathe hand paying occupation now oj the best en and presents an eventoof opportunity The cBening fielding is a worldwide call Ittilffior nurses which is nut ovr i taes one call The demand for rci owded creases with the skitied nurses in ThAollsands graces of the ras hr ve the natural never had a ric511tl nurse but have and so havenxnnl t cultivate them proving the bze1 nr evented from im lag the ritown cc nd ton and bless But a ace heartsnew any USs dawned Large wide d philantl ire tilts have opened door of opportunity at the Che S ho 01 for Nurses 2219 aestnut Stref t Philadelphia Pa A fwo Years FJ ee Course has been es tablished at this institution wherein the sttnlent is irovided with room boa rd lutvadry lurse uniforms and all the s iiituble training instruction and ala I nursii Ig in the homes of Ithe parr and ar aong the people of- moderate Income and at the end of fare homethe coins the students is path rue Wrnt caw be shortened to eigh teen month bya course of six months rending and tstu dy at honea course which Is vc aluable in itself Hundreds ol yciwns women scattered all over the ecu ntry are started In the work iHcomi ns not only selfsupport lug lni a peon to their respective neighborhoods A short course is also provided for the woman w ho wishes to quickly pre pare for self utupport and a substantial Income Enrolment is now in progress for a class of four hundred students in the Resilient Courses next year Young women from the smaller towns district favored in r and country are the distribution of scholarships with a view of conveying hospital knowl edge iO ill rural communities JiirT1 iK li KINGS DAUGHTERS CIRCLE HOLD THANKSGIVING SERVICEJ The Kings Daughters held giving service on Tuesday afternoon4rat the Christian Cnurch Rev Wm Crowe and Rev C R Hudson made appropriate addresses Delightful music was rendered byiaa special chorus- A thanksgiving offering of some thing over 100 was made From the reports made the work of the hospital was shown to have been very successful The following tribute to Miss Tu Icy the superintendent was adopt ed The Board of the Kings Daughters Hospital ever duly appreciating the Pa efficient services of the superintend ent Miss Tuley would at this tlmeiiespecially express that appreciation and commend her upon the ability f and faithfulness with which she met t every demand during the very trying ordeal through which the hospital has so recently passed 1try Ill stop your pain free To show r you firstbefore you spend a penny r what my Pink Pain Tablets can do will mail you free a trial package 01 themDr Shoops headache tab lets Neuralgia headache toothache period pains etc are due alone to blood congestion Dr ShOops head acne tablets simply kill pain by coaxiing away the unnatural blood pressure f That is all Address Dr Shoop Racine WIs Sold by all drug gistsTrBURNED BY CANNON CRACKER1s A lad by the name of Win Eales was tt with several companions firing crackers r on Arsenal Hill Monday evening when one of the boys threw a cannon cracker under him and it was ex ploded before he could get out of the way The consequence was that young Rales was badly burnedon tho right leg Or J G South happened to be pass lug and took the lad home in his bug gy and dressed his injuries Provided blood poison does not set in he willIsoon bq about againeDr Weavers Treatment SjmppurUlcaiho blood Cerate heals ekln eruption i LrjHt iIJt IiA t yL Ifw j T1 r rctrJ I J=r tt l 114 j- Ii I Our Big Sale Will Be Going On All Next Week Read Some L of the Great Bareaina We Will Offer IX1500and 1800 Tailored Suits G9S 2000 Tailored Suits 898 2250 Tailored Suits 998 2500 Tailored Suits 1098 Lot Wash Skirts OSc Lot Wash Skirts S 148 EJLI v PER50NACoC Ed Abbett spent the F urthI in Cincinnati Miss LIda Edelen is visiting friends in Louisville Miss Coranel Crutcher has returned from Olympia Springs Mr H K Ward of Versailles was in the city on Monday Mr A Schobert of Versailles was in the city on Monday Mrs Geo W Chinn left Tuesdaj for a visit to Chicago Ills Judge T J Nunn left Monday for his first visit to Covington Dr E C Roemele visited his moth er In Louisville on Sunday Mrs L L VanMeter of Lexington was a visitor Here this week i 1Rev L D Stucker wife and chip f1iJislted in Louisville on Sunday Miss Emma Pence left Friday for a visit to friends at Madison Ind Mrs J Swigert Taylor visited friends in Louisville on Sunday hiss Katie Bridgeford of Norwood Ohio is visiting relatives here Mr R G Higdon and wife left Sat urday for their home at Lewisport Mr Russell Bridgeford of Norwood Ohio visited relatives here Sunday 9 Mrs Joseph Rupert has returned from a visit to relatives at Midway- Miss Virginia Watts left yesterday for a visit to relatives in Shelbyville Mr Ralph Morse of Lexington was a visitor at his old home here this J F Bradley wife and son of Louisville are visiting relatives hertIMrs L T Minish and daughter are guests of Mrs B T Head at Lexing ton air Edwin 11 Dryden of Dayton Oaio came home on a visit Saturday J P Hobson and family will S spend their vacation at Elizabeth George G Speer and family re a i turned Saturday from a trip to Mon lana f Mrs E E Abbett went to Cincin nati on Monday afternoon for a short visit 1 Uncle Joe Florian of Ghent visited relatives in this city and county this C A Fish is spending his va cation at his old home at Paint Lick Mr Arthur Scott of Lexington spent the Fourth of July at home II this city- ivliss Martha Farmer of Cincinnati is the guest of her cousin Miss Eliza isNewtonMrs J S Weathers and children returned Sunday from Tatham SpringseMr Chas G Mutzenburgh left Sun day for a visit to his old home in Swtzerland Mr Albert H McClure returned Tuesday from a business trip to New York City Mr L F Johnson visited his cousin I i v J Miss Ella Johnson at Midway OE T Cardwell visited her mother Mrs Jane Todd in Louisville on Sunday Mr W E Railey wife and daugh ter have gone to Lawton Okla to visit relatives Mrs H T Gaines and Mrs Del Gaines Tanner spent the Fourth of July in Cincinnati- Mr Luke Abbett of Georgetown was the guest of his cousin Mr Leon Abbett this week Judge H S Barker of the Court of Appeals left for his home in Louis yule on Saturday Judge John D Carroll of the Court of Appeals left for his home at New Castle on Saturday Mx Jno W Reading and wife spent the Fourth of Julyat her old home In Woodford county Judge J M Lassing of the Cour or Appeals left for his home at Burl- Ington on Saturday Mr Shaw of Los Vegas New Mexico was the guest of Mr E E Abbett this week Mr Sam E Miles who travels for the Lexington Roller Mills is at home for his vacation Mr George T Hodges of Louisville is visiting his sister Mrs John N Crutcher In Belle Point Mr R Allen Brady of St Louis Mo a former employe of this office is visiting relatives here Judge T R McBeath Reporter of the Court of Appeals left Saturday for his home at Leitchfield Chief Justice E C ORear will spend the most of his vacation oni his farm near Mt Sterling Miss Anna Thornton of Paris was the guest of Mr J P Hanley and wife on Shelby street this week Mr Wm Cromwell wife and son are guests of his brother Mr Jno C Cromwell In Cleveland Ohio f Judge rhos H Paynter and wife visited their daughter Mrs 11 K Yonts in Louisville this week Mrs J C Hubbard and children left Tuesday for Charleston W Vn where they will spend the summer Mrs Gano Johnson and daughter of Mt Sterling were guests of Mrs E C ORear Shelby street this week Miss Bertha Talbott and Master Al exander Gayle left Wednesday for u visit to Dr O B Gayle at Falmouth Mr Hubert Vreeland and wife and Miss Prue Hunt Rodman are at the Jamestown Exposition for two weeks I Mr Thomas R Markham if the Roundabout bindery went to Cincinnati on Thursday for a few days visit Miss Emma Hunt left Monday for Panama where she has secured a good position In the government ser viceMr T Julian Jackson of St Louis Mo who has been visiting relatives here left for home on Saturday afternoon I Mrs Dr F C Thum and son Dr Fred Jr of Louisville are visiting Mrs W G Goodwin and family Third tregtIMrs J B Lewis of Versailles who r t JtJii Il m rtiMM1C Big lot Remnants just onglmlf price See the Dress Goods at the Big Reduced Price 48c 58c 78c J nightJudge has been here nursing her daughter for several weeks returned home yes M II lusko of Carlisle Deputy Collector is in tho city Mr W O Davis of Versailles was in the city yesterday on legal business Mrs J E Pickett daughter Miss Nannie of TrinhladII Colorado are visiting city and county Mr J Buford Hendrick wife and children left Monday morning for We quetonsing Michigan for a sojourn of several weeks Mr C C Hazelrigg has moved his family into the house formerly occu pied by Misses Scearce corner and Shelby streets SecondI Mrs J W Jones and Bloomfield spent the 4th of July with their son and brother of this office Mr Thomas F Jones Mr Hqrd Brown of New York City came in Ttfesday afternoon to spend his vacation with his mother Mrs Orlando Brown In this city Rev J R Zeigler the new pastor of the First Presbyterian Church will soon move into the parsonage on Washington street just vacated by Mr C C HazelliggIMiss Margaret A Lewis who has been quite sick for three weeks has recovered and left for Versailles yesterday afternoon to visit her mother Mrs J B Lewis and thence will to Harriman Tenn to visit her goI er hcr Will A Lewis Eminent Sir D L Holland Commander of Frankfort Commandery No4 leaves this morning for his old home in Saratoga New York to at tend the Triennial Conclave of the Grand Encampment of the United States Knights Templarwhlch will be heed there next week- SWITZER Most all of oijr citizens spent the Fourth in Frankfort Miss Maud Head who for the pastJ Month has been visiting relatives in Louisville returned home last week Miss Bottle Jones spent Wednes may at the Forks of Elkhorn Mrs J B Hockensmith spent a few lays this week with her daughter Mrs Clay Costigan Mr D W Smith of Midway visited relatives here this week Miss Claro Carter is expecting to visit friends in Lexington Sunday Two very interesting ball games were played at Stamping Ground last Saturday Several from here witnessed the game We think the boys of Stamping Ground need a little more practice and then perhaps they could beat Old Newtown Mrs J W Poindexter spent Tuesday in Frankfort Miss Sallie T Lyons visited here on Wednesday SWITZERITE PLENTY OF ICE WATER Barrels of Ice water were in eviI lance all over the city on Thursday and many a drunk was avoided by this imely help to the thirsty J tvsILIIi J lIIj StlIE yardOne SacAttractive CT3ARLE VVElIr HeeneySANNUAL SUMMER SALE A Chance to Get Fine Goods at Low Prices Long Gloves Black White BluesFBrowns and Tans F1 J HEENEY J Value JOHN DR1SCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand- Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRIS COLL 216 St Clair St frankfort Kon- tuccyUnprecedented n Offer It THE LEXINGTON HERALD 4i From This Date Until January 1st 10O8 For 8250I Seven Months For The Price of ivcI r You will want to keep in touch with tiio fall political ampaign The daily visits of the LJxmgcoii Herald will t possibleWhere t get the news of the World includingt our own home news for such a small sum THE SUNDAY HERALDj Is unsurpassed by any of tho Metropolitan dailies Its comic section hurt stories nUll other special features are well worth tho price asked ii50 Address THE LEXINGTON HERALD CO Inc Lexington Ky SMALL BLAZE Just after 1 oclocK on Sunday afternoon an alarm caued the fire boys to the store and residence of Rosen stein Bros on Broadway where a small shed kitchen was found to bee fire It was soon extinguished w th a loss of only about 50 Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Bacceisf al tteitmvnl blood and ekln dlaewM ttoM J CAPT C C CALHOUN IS EM- j PLOYED IN BIG SUIT Capt C C Calhoun has been em f ployed by the heirs of the Baron Springer estate involving some 80 000000 to recover their part of the estate The largest part of the estate is located at Wilmington Del and In that State as well as in Maryland It will be a big thing for the Captain if he wins his case t 4 II I Great July Clearance SaleT 5 Running Through Next Week The Biggest Opportunity You AVilll Have To Oct High Class Goods At Low Class Prices KeadyToYVear Dept Wool or Silk Suits All Color ed Suits Trice 25 Snits 12 BO 15 Suits 750- Wash All Black Suits 4 Oil 25 Black Snits 1007 Suits 13 PM 0 Suits for 4 Colored Wool OIF Skirts 10 Skirts iiiO 5 Skirts 37- uSeparate Coats 13 Oil 15 Black Cloth Jackets 10 10 Jackets 00- 7Childrens Jackets 0 Jackets 4 5 Jackets 5585 III IE GLORIOUS FOURTH r was a big crowd in town 01 f lay to participate In the cele t tTon of the Fourth of July f The parade was formed on schedule time and marched to the Old Capitol Grounds where a platform had been erected in front of the main bunding The following program was carried outr 1 prayer by Rev1 O AVaught 2SongAmerlca 3Flag Drill Children Christian Church Sundayschool 4 Reading of the Declaration of c Independence by Miss Corine Mund- ay5SongStar Spangled Banner GAddress Hon H V McChesney 7SongMy Old Kentucky HomeI 8 Prayer by RevJ R Zeigler The iftidress of Mr McChesney was t both eloquent and appropriate and the singing by the children was very sweet and attractive The crowd then separated and pro ceeded to have a good time until about 3 oclock in the afternoon when the horse show was held on the splendid space afforded by the newly surfaced N Wapping street in front of the Cus tom House i4 yf WOOdfOii11county y Mr George G Speer aid Mr H z1 Churchill had the management of affair Everything except the double team tiwas hotly contested 7The following were the premiums awarded c Best stallion mare or gelding 10 entries1st prizeGray Ghost owned i by Carrack Ward Georgetown 2d prize McChesney Dare owned by 1ir George Wash Lawrenceburg 3d I prize Beauty Dare owned by Albert T Kirtley Frankfort Best walking mare or gelding 7 entries Howard OrWson Wood ford county 2d prizeA T Kirtley FrankfortBest I turnout G entriesA I T Kirtley 2d prizeJ W Rodman Best harness stallion mare or gel- dlugO entries Southland Belle owned by John Johnson of Lawrence burg 2d prize Carrack Ward Georgetown Best double team1 entry Johnson Trimble FrankfortIj Best model stallion mare or seldiiui 7 entries Geo Wash Lawrence burg 2d prizeA T Kirtley Prank fortBest New York saddle gelding or flare9 entriesAmerican Beauty owned by Miss Frances Fesler George town 2d prixe Red Rose owned by bstl1ontjoy Wash Lawrenceburg Shetland Pony10 entries Dress Good and Silks Colored Mixed Suitings 0c iiOc Colored Mixed Suitings Hoc Specials in Black Dress GoodsSilks 50c Cnock Silk HOc Fancy Silks 75 HGin Black Taffeta 1 175 Black Bonnet Taffeta 150 Muslin Underwear 10 POI Cent Off All Garments Only Gets These Pries Goods At Prices FAARMPJEv31IA G Jeffers Franklin county 21- prizeSouthI Trimble Jr Best Fancy Turnout gentleman ac companied by ladyA T Kirtley Frankfort 2d prize Montjoy WasTf Lwrenceburg Best High Steppers 4 entries Carrack Ward Georgetown both first and second prize There was great interest manifested in every ring and It was hard for the police to keep the crowd hack While the friends of the contestants were enthusiastic for their favorites every one seemed satisfied with the awards and praised the management for its fairness Owing to nrevlous engagement the Second Regiment Band of this city could not be secured but a good band came from Winchester and Kept things lively by their flue music After nightfall every fellow seemed bent on seeing how pretty and noisy a display or fire works he could let case and the fun was kept up until a late bou- rIVe are glad to say that there was little or no disorder and no casualties to mar the day The magnificent weather made everybody happy f THE MAGIC NO3 ri 7 t 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 llyer and kidney troubles by all druggists 50 cents TREMENDOUS BUSINESS The Frankfort Versailles Traction IStl put on all the cars they had on Thursday and they were well re paid for every car almost was packed from early morning until way into the night erIINEXCUSABE DAMAGE Some of the people of the West- Sidei seem to think that the streets of that thriving section of the city are pastures for their stock notwith standing the city ordinance to the night six cows and a horse broke into the garden of Col Jim N Uutchor and undo a wreck of its contents sadI Officers Ilarrod and Johnson pounded the offenders and their owners had to plank up the cash to recover same White Goods and Vash Goods 40in 15c Iltwni10C l 10c 25c Dotted Swiss I9c 25c White P K 10c 27in Check Dimity lOc Slit All Linen Combric 40c 25c and doe Zephyr Gingham and Voile lilt Sac Flowered Silk Mulls 25c Remnants In Every Department at Great Values LWrlenforthe Roundabout MY DEAREST Perhaps mid scanes of deepest grief There sometimes may arise A thought which tho It may be brief Will drive away your sighs Perchance you may recall again Those happy days gone by The days so free from care and pair So dear to you and I And then when rapture thrills your heart And joy too deep to name i Some thought of me perhaps may start jThe never dying flame And when old time shall mark your brow And dim your beaming eye Remember then our parting vow With me It can not die Perhaps when stars their vigils keep Some lonely summer night While lilies droop their heads and weep Beneath the kiss ofuight Tnat memory again will make The Joy of long agcFT- hat once again for loves sweet sake Regretful tears will flow It may be then that you will turn From coldness and deceit And that your heart will sadly yearn Once more to fondly greet The one thrt is so far away I Who always thinks of you Who longs for you both night and dar- Whose heart is ever true R C S D4 ALL A MISTAKE It has been rumored that the Pru dentin Life Assurance Co has withdrawn Wits agency from this city This is all a mistake It is true they have moved their office from the Capital Hotel and now have it at the Hayden Mouse on Lewis street Mr Thos H Duvall of Lexington has the general superintenclency of the office in this city and Winchester while Mr1 S Willis Is the local agent PRETTY DESIGN The decorated float of Hammon Co was a well designed avid executed advertisement of this hustling anl successful lumber Ohm These gentlemen have forged to fit trop and keep there by honest dealing and square acting l OLD TAYRU110RI THE PREMIERI l KENTUCKY WHISKEY Frankfort Kentucky E H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors r r i i I 1 ift M n Embroideries l Einhroidcrics 12e- 1St Embroideries 20o I lot iiEmbroideries 4ic Hose 1 Lot 25 Lace Hoso lOc lLot iiOcLuce Hose Wc Drapery Goods 150 Snow Flakes Drapery SOc 50c Slriiud Drapery 40o 2oc Scotch Madras lc Gingham Petticoats 1 QualityNeat Seersucker Stripes We Cash Charged Regular contraryOn r I n IPEA RIDGE People on Pea Ridge are enjoying muchpleasure In spite of all this hot weather Mr Chester Lacefield and best girl Edith Edge attended church at ChofUeville Sunday night Miss Della Tracey of Pea Ridge is visiting friends at Hatton Mr Alford Harrison left Thursday last for Chicago where he will remain two weeks on business I Mr Oliver Curry and best friend I Miss Florence Ridge attended meet lug Sunday night c1t Choateville- Mr Frank Edge and mother Mrs John Edgeand Miss Lilifred Edge all attended the Choatevillq Church Sunday night Miss Della Tracey Is verymuch missed on Pea Ridge We hope she I will return soon She is our greatest belleMr Delmer Crutcher has been 111 for some time We are glad to say he is some betterIMr Albert Warner spent SundayI with Mr Will Stoops and wife Mrs Orna Stoops Mr Barney Lacefield attended church Sunday night RED HEAD ONE OF THE BEST PRISONERS It is stated upon the authority of one of the guards at the local peniten tiary that Jim Howard who was sent from this county for life upon the charge ot having killed Senator Wm Goebel is making one of the best of prisoners performing his allotted task faithfully anl treating everyone in a gentlemanly and respectful manner He has joined the Christian Church under the ministrations of the Chaplain Rev Jos Severance and endeavoring to lead a Christian life CONCERT FOR KINGS DAUGH TERS HOSPITAL ITht Kings Daughters Hospital Cir cle will give a concert at the First I Presbyterian Church on Thursday night next July 11th at S oclock The proceeds will help to pay the running expenses of till Hospital The need is great Let everybody at tend and those who can not do so should buy tickets m orI flHcEa ly Kissers Jc r 4t 1t LAwna 1YV wM M nYwA nYYUww tn MIM q BLUE tiRASS TRACTION COMPANY j INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Ltwvn Lexington t vry hour from fl a- in to 7 p m mill nt 0 and 11 p in leave ParlP evt ry hour from 15 a in to 7 p in and 10 p yi Georgetown Division i LHivt Lixlnpton Kvcry hour from H0n- in tn50 pm and at t and 11 p in Lcnvt1 Leave Rtnrpetown tverv hour from 010 II m to S15 p m nail nt 10 p III i Versailles Division Liiivn Loxlncrnn from censer tint hour from t L in to n i m and at 0 mid 11 p in Liiivo ViTsnllKs very hour from 5lf a m to 6t5 p in and nt Slit and 10 p m E T Phone 010 Homo Phone 174 R T GUNK Manager 2tf w Rugs 31 sittings and Curtains 25 Axmlnster Rugs nro S20 Velvet or Brussells Rugs 17 Mattings2- oc J China Battings 20c 1 lot 2ic China Mattings 15c Curtains 1 lot 00iu Lace Curtalnsl All 2 Laco Curtains 150 All 55 Lace or Muslin Curtains 250All 5 Lace Curtains lAll r Jortiors 1 Short Lengths Brussels and Axniinster Carpets 1 yd Carpet Kk m3imTiC RAILROAD TIME TABLE WEST BOUND No 19 L N Frankfort Accom modatlon departs 535 a m dally ex cept Sunday r Xo Gl L N departs 755 a m Sunday only Xo 21 C O Via Shelbyville departs 920 a m daily Xo 17 L X departs 940 a m daily except Sunday Xolo L X departs 320 p m dally except Sunday Xo 23 C 0 Via Shelbyville departs C15 p m daily EAST BOUND Xo IS L X leaves 950 a m dally except Sunday Xo 22 C 0 leaves 1018 a m dally No 16 L N leaves 435 p m daily except SundaytXo 20 L X Frankfort Accom modative arrives 615 p m daily except Sunday No 24 C 0 leaves 759 p mI daily Xo 62 L N leaves 826 p m Sunday only C 0 trains arrive and depart from Seventh Street Station Louis villeL N trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive and depart i4 from Tenth and Broadway Station LouisvilleFrankfort Accommodation arrives and departs from First and Water Street Station- F C- Leaves for Paris60 a m- Returnsl125 a m Leaves for Paris 200 p m Returns 720 p m J W WATSON Ticket Atjv franKfort DinOiDllHti H The Midland Route Local Time Table IN EFFECT JANUARY 23 1907 v 1I ICf A J- 1IoS2 DAILY KXUKfT SUNDAY A M- NoE1 pfI059 2 O 1o LD1rnnA 11 IS 2 M 6 S Sninniit 11 07I715 11 634 Elkhorn II 0t 2 G 4wftxtr IP JB rt 63- III2 5thi hII Stamping Ground W rt 43 2 Il 6 55 Duvnll 10 R6 tl fifi 11 j Oi Johnson 10 JJO rt E0 1 712 5 Georgetown 1 10 Sft rt 24 1 51 i 15 I C S f 111 UO i 20 ta 7 S Newtown SSt H OS 3 a 3 rentenillo 546000 U 17 8 Elizabeth S 42j ft 5fi S 6 P i f Paris Tunutn l 8 BS 5 46 7 rl Pfrls CLv 8 Ofj 44 Connects at Gforecttnvn Union Dt pot with Q r C Cc KentuckyCuntrftlConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with It x t BKTWKEN FRANKFORT fc C1NC1KNAT VIA GPOIn TOW i = 311 A 31iPu r I 2 Wl Ii 2i Lr Frnnkforr Ar 11 231 7 15 3 US 7 47 Georgetown Arl 10 SOi 0 M d 10 10 15 lAr Cincinnati Lv 8 1101 Il1 BETWEEN FRANKFORT G CINCINNATI VIA PA HIS A IPI PM ti 2I1 2 00 Lv Frankfort Ar 715 7 Iii 2 51 Lv Georgetown Ar 607 63 1140 Lv Ar 5 41 10 HO 0 10 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 55 KEXTUCK CENTRAL RR POINTS a HIP 0 aiA Ij Frankfurt A11 25A nAP 2 47P 7 IA A Georgetown A 0 04A 6120P 3 26P 50A A Purls L S GUA 544P rt IIP 11 42A A Wlnoli ster i7 Ol Al245P 8 15P 0 50A A Muysvillo L 5 45A11 15P j50PIi7 00 P 10 30A A Cincinnati L 1255P GEO B HARPER C W HAY Pres endGenl Supt G A y tr The Frankfort BOil ntlanoll t J U a Entered at the postotlico at Frankfort Ken tucks sccomlelnss innilnblu matter IiGEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 6 1907 i SOUNDNESS OF JUDGMENTI The CourierJournal of last rhad the following editorial sundaI purchase of a new home for the KenI tuck State Fair In the selection of Douglas Parl as the permanent State Fair ground the State Board of Agriculture ha acted with a soundness of judgment that will be appreciated by those most familiar with the difficulties and conditions that confronted It A dozer sites were considered by the Board- i but most of them were thought to bt Inconveniently located while Dougla Park already has ample street cai facilities for handling as many people as might desire to attend the fair II r is estimated that the selection oi unimproved property would have made it necessary for the State Fair Commission to expend many thousands oi dollars for temporary buildings for this year and next year With a good trotting track a handsome grand stand plenty of stable room and ade quate street car and railroad switch ing facilities at Douglas Park and with the splendid agricultural and live stock resources of Kentucky the State Fair Commission is ready at the very beginning to compete with the i most successful fairs In the States of the Central West 1 LIQUOR DEALERS WILL CLOSE THEIR SALOONS While the Body of Francis Murphy Lies in State at Los Angeles LOS ANGELES CAL July 2The- body of Francis Murphy apostle of temperance will be buried at Rose dale cemetery Wednesday after serv ices at the Simpson auditorium where the body will lie in state for three prominent in the affairs of Southern California who have been associated with the dead evengellst in his temperance work will act as pall bearers Addresses will be made by the Rev DeWitt Talmage Dr Robert J Burdette and Dr Robert Mcin tyre order of the mayor flags through the city will be displayed at half IfB A remarkable tribute to the of Mr Murphy Is the move ment instituted by liquor men to close all saloons in the city during the hours that the body will lie lu state A public memorial service will be held next Sunda The Hon Robert S Murphy Lieu tenant Governor of Pennsylvania and John Murphy of Philadelphia two of his sons arrived last night A third 1 son William M Murphy of Virginia Is expected today The above dispatch shows the high esteem in which Mr Murphy was held AnIgelesIt will be remembered that he was the head and front of the celebrated Murphy Movement which swept over the whole country back in the 70sThe work in this city was conducted J for weeks by Mr Richard Innis who now lives in Pittsburg Penn Mr Murphy died last Sunday His work was a marvelous one and quite a number of saloons in this city were practically put out of business during the time the work was under way 6IBADLY INJURED While out driving on the Lawrence burg pike on Tuesday Afternoon Mr T Hiter Crockett and Mr R M Dai lay of Woodford county were badly hurt by their horse running away overturning and smashing the buggy and throwing the two gentlemen out on the pike Mr Crockett had Ids face and head badly cut and was otherwise so bruised and Injured that after hIs wounds were dressed by Drs Mlnlsli Cobllu and Hume he was taken to tho Kings Daughters Hospital It maybe some time before ho is able to be Dailey was bruised and stunned but was able to go on to his home near Versailles after his Injuries had been attended to Mr George G Speer of the Audi tors OJIlce found the gentlemen as he was going to his old home at Law renceburg They were both uncon scions Mr Speer telephoned In for the ambulance which was sent out and brought the gentlemen Into tht city While awaiting the arrival of tit ambulance Mr Speer lifted the buggy oft of the Injured men and made then as comfortable as possible Mr Crocketts host of friends are much concerned over his condition and some fear is expressed of even more serious consequences than now appear OF INTEREST NDS HERE We clip the following from the Youngstown Ohio Vindicator of June 21 The young lady who was wedded is the sister of Mrs H H Roberts of this city and has been a frequent visitor here in the past She is a handsome and cultivated lady Willcoxson Anderson An informally conducted and decidedly pretty wedding of Thursday even- Ing directly interested Miss Elizabeth Morris Willconxson and Roy Egbert Anderson both formerly of Lexington Ky The services were read in their new home at 110 Madison Aven ue by Dr SR Frazier and In the presence of Mrs Willcoxson Mr and Mrs George G McKay Miss Terhune Mr and Mrs H H Porter and Mr and 11rsr J Zimmerman Eight oclock was the hour The bride was very prettily attired in Persian lawn The bride IsMin accomplished mu sician arid a young woman of real and her mother came here very recently Mr Anderson too having been a comparatively new man in Youngstown He is identified with the Wholesale Supply Tailoring Com pany and is a shrewd successful busi less man- Shortly after the ceremony the as sembled guests dined with the young people and later centered attention on nusic and other acceptable channels if pleasure Mr and Mrs Anderson ire not adhering to the conventional nethods in the matter of a wedding rip at this time but in the course of a few weeks will take a trip down the great lakes and to the Norfolk Exposition Mrs Willcoxson a woman of rarely beautiful character o live with the young people D OUISVILLE LOSES TWO SPLEN DID PASTORS Rev Dr B A Davis pastor of the of Broadway Baptist Church Louis Mlle for nearly ten years resigned his position on Sunday last to accept he charge of the Lynchburg Va Baptist Church Dr Jones will be a great loss to the Baptist cause in Louisville and in Kentucky Rev Dr B A Davis pastor of the Highland Baptist Church Louisville for twelve years resigned on Sunday to accept the charge of the Georgetown Baptist Church- CHEMICALS EXPLODE Willie Gay colored porter for Dr lcICee Hardie was handling some hemicals last week when the vessel containing it exploded badly burning hIs face and hands Luckily his eyes escaped He hopes to be able to attend to his duties again soon He Is a respectable and upright young man and his white friends regret his inju ft A New Orleans woman was thin Because she did not extract sufficient nourishment from her food She took Scott Emulsion Result She gained a pound a day in weight ALL DRUGGISTS AND 100 l COUNTY COURT DAY Monday was county court day and brought the smallest crowd present on a court day in ten years There was only a small supply of stock on the market A few good horses were offered but the price was too stiff for buyers The usual supply of broken down plugs were In evidence and brought but little mono ey There were quite a number of mules offered and brought good prices A few cows and calves sold low BIG POULTRY SHOW Will Be Feature of the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington At the Blue Grass Fair at Lexint ton last year was the best displa of poultr probably ever seen at a fall in the South It was one of the most interesting features of the exhibition This year even greater attention wl11 be devoted to poultry and the show like last years will be under the management of the Blue Grass Pou try and Pet Stock Association Handsome quarters will be provided on the grounds leased by the Fair Association from the Gibson estate so that the display will be mpre accessible to visitors A liberal appropriation has been made an excellent clas slfication provided and one of the most competent judges in the countr will be brought to Lexington to pas on the awards Lovers of poultry and pigeons should not miss this feature of the Blue Grass Fair rAIR SHIP FLIGHTS Roy Knabenshue Will Make Daily Ascents at the Blue Grass Fair Associated press dispatches last week told the wonderful trip made br Robert Beachy In New York City This skilled aeronaut took his big ship over all tie tallest skyscrapers of New York and finally landed at the Battery In a crowd of thousands upot top of thousands who had been attracted by the novel sight Beachy to employe of Roy Knabenshue who has been engaged for week of August 2th to 17th A ship exactly like that ised by Beachy will be used at Lex- Ington but the Blue Grass Fair will have the advantage of having Mr Cnabenshue himself who Is conceded to be the most skilled American In designing and flying airships He wil nake two or three ascents each day luring the Fair- LONG h aLIVE THE KING Vs Is the popular cry throughout European countries while in America the cry of the present day is Long liver Kings New Discovery King of Throat and Lung Remedies of which Mrs Juiia Ryder Fame Truro Mass says It never fails to give Immediate relief and to quickly cure a cougt or cold Mrs Paines opinion is also shared by a majority of the inhabi ants of this country New Discovery tires weak lungs and sore throats after all other remedies have failed and for coughs and colds its the proven emedy Guaranteed by all druggists 50 cents and 100 bottles Trial bottle free ACCIDENTALLY SHOOTS HIM SELF Burt Kavanaugh u lad living In South Frankfort was pranking with It pistol on Monday evening when it exp oded the ball plowing its way trough his left hand Dr N 1L Garrett was called and reseed the wound It Is thought no serious consequences will follow fIf you havent the time to exercise egularly Doans Regulets will pre vent constipation They induce a mild easy healthful action of the bowels without griping Ask your druggist for them 25 cents OF INTEREST TO FRANKFORT FRIENDS On June 27th Mr Carroll Q Wright Jr son of Rev O Q Wright chaplain U S Navy and grandson of Mr John E Miles of this city passed the examination and was sworn in as a Midshipman in tho U S Navy Mr Wright though only lA his 17th year passed a flue examination scor- Ing 332 in a possible score of 4 He- Is a young fellow of fine promise manly and energetic ire congratulate him upon his success ktlt- i itIU Pleasant to take 4 Tnda Laxativer Syrup J J NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their ext the best medicines for Constipation as they brinj normal action of the bowels wh n minerals are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVESYRUP is a strictly Fruit an table Compound and if used in Constipation will about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms8Sp Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc iour money will be returned if you do nupt like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLEr g Tobacco Bellows Blowers s Hoes Forks SpadesW Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches JrPipe Fittings and Wrenches JIFRANK G STAGG it Hardware Paints Oils Etct i CapitolFoundry Machine Co HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY k Dealers in and Repairers of Machinery and Machine Supplies of All KIndstBoth New and Secondhand n i WE HAVE FOR SALE Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Baileri r Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine j Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burra200 Bushels CapacityCdBOTH PHONES1ft 1t4 trrt v iJr dj j SlaveiTo Morphine From i Doctors Orders i rHabit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system has been shat tered by the use of deadly drugs there nothing to equal Dr Miles Nervine in restor fag it to health and normal activity I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles storative Nervine has done for me that I must tell it for that part of humanity that yearsIno relief except when doctors gave morphine To get rid of suffering I took morphine self as it was thin that would give ease and now you who point with scorn at morphine using how could you when in such agony knowing it about only thinK that would give resist it Knew was a terrible habit ana I knew of its dead grasp but I never fullyrealized its signih cance until I had It a of months suchhabitIt a anysuchnotice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine adver fivebottlesusing morphine Now however much J sons rriay doubt it Goo is my witness Iam IfeeltuffcrSng MATTIE PHILLIPS Prescott Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart IudI REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS FOR JULY The following are the assignments of internal revenue guagers store keepers and storekeepergaugers for the month of July as made by Collec tor S J Roberts Distillery No 1Stoll Co Lex Ington John T Gunn day T L Mc Connell additional and bottling WF Croghan gauger No 2Kentucky River Distillery P FrankfortW S Lyne day J R Spiers additional B McElroy adds tonal L H FInnell bottling F D Clark gauger No 3The H B Pogue Distillery Co MaysvilleH G Holliday day C H Wickliffe meal room J R Dag ley additional and bottling S L1 i aiams night r D Wells gauger No 4W A Gaines Co Frank MorJ tlonal J L Cox additional W H Sneed bottling H T Gaines gauger No 5James E Pepper Co Lex ingtonJ R Sams day T E Old lam additional Amos Griffith add tional and bottling D C Berryman l gaugeri 6Poyntz Brothers Co MaysvilleOscar Grigsby storekeeper gaugerNo 9S J Greenbaum Midway J W Black day H S Sinclair addi tional R H Davenport additional P P Parrish bottling L A Slade night W T Crosthwalt gauger I No 10Peacock Distilling Co KisertonJ D Shy dayC L Hough additional and bottling D C Berry- man gauger No 11S C Herbst Frankfort J G Barnett storekeeper gauger No HG G White Co Paris R Strauass day Z J Phelps addition al J M Walker bottling D C Ber IrymanNo gaugerICo Mt SterlingJ J Kearns day 1Ioorejonight A G Leonard gauger No 24J h Rogers Co Mays vllieW C Slye day Frank Hart lag additional and bottling PoD f Wells gauger No 32John T Barbee Co Ver sailles C H Talbott day George T Montjoy additional and bottling S D PInkerton h tNo 33George gaugerIJ M Russell day ditional and bottling P S Rule meal room E B Davis additional D E Reid night John Stephanskl gauger si No 37Julia Cochran Co kPj Frankfort J H Murray day C M mKash dditional and bottling H TIGaines gauger r No 46 Jas E Pepper Co Lex 4 ington W B Anderson day E F 1Darnaby additional and bottling W F Croghan gauger No 52 Labrot Graham Frank 01tortE Craig day J T Berry ad rditional and bottling S D PInkertonh gauger No GOW J Frazier VersallJesJ Gus Whltohouse gauger J n i lo 63 =E a Taylor Jr Sons Frankfort J G Brawner days T J Craig additional L R DIggs additional J M Fraley bottling C N Wlard gauger- No 77Parls Distilling Co Paris J P Hutchcraft day W W Cher ry additional C T Throckmorton additional A B Piper additional D gaugerII Saffell Frank fortA W Nazor tiny George T Scearce additional and bottling F D gaugert Springs Distillery Co Stamping GroundS P Willis storekeepergaugerNo Gaines Co Frank sfortB F Fannin day D Harp additional F M Cisco additional W L Baker additional Geo W Mc Connell additional R H Whitting ton additional Henry Newsom meal room J Dh Tanner bottling L F T Steel niht F G Sparks L L Le master and H S Bell gaugers No 113Geo T Stagg Co Frank fortW Iliaaffell day S A Pow ell additional W A Hamilton addi tional I T West bottling John Stephanskl gauger No 96J W Bashford Farmdale J A Logan storekeepergauger 341j T Harper GimletRol la Fannin storekeepergauger- No 347Garvin Brothers Lime stoneJ M Patrick storekeeper gaugerNo 348Sparks Conn Gimlet J P Blair storekeepergauger Lexington Public Warehouse C- oNo1 LexingtonA V Combs and J M Burbridge storekeepergaugers General storekeepergauger Lexing BullockI Houses E Pepper Co W F Craghan gaugerFrankfort RectifiersJ P Wil liams C N Wiard gauger JOHN MARSHALLE MADEIRAI Associate Justice Story relates many an anecdote about Chief Justice JohnI Marshall His favorite one was that while he and Judge Marshall were boarding together In Washington during their term In the Supreme Court they had come to the conclu sion that Madeira wine was apt to be more of a habit than a necessity with them so concluded not to take It ex cqptlng when It was raining then It was excusable on the ground that itI would either prevent or cure a cold Thfcy stuck to their pledge pretty firmly though secretly bothchafed under it for In those days a man could take wine without feeing that he was a sinful being and indeed it was customary to have it at meals Marshall was the first to evince his impatience with the pledge as Washington was laboring under a long dry spell just thenOh Story he said one day from the depths of his chair wont you please go to the window and see If It Is raining Story opened the window screwed A Square Deal- Is assured you when you buy Ur Pierce family medicines for all the Ingredi ents anterhis Into them are printed njthe bottluwruppcrs and their formulas completeIare gathered from Natures laboratory being selected from most valuable native medicinal roots found growing in our American foresCSTrBdoyhlle potent to cure are pert bar e v to the most delicate woineHjiWillueTr Not a drou o p Into e r o ff use lOt tS errn- p used n t rem vlz u possessesIntrinsicbeing a most valuable antiseptic and anti ferment nutritive and soothing demulcent inIcure weak stomach attended by sour risings heartburn foul breath coated tongue poor appetite gnawing feeling in stom ach and Kindred derange dents of the stomach liver and bowels Besides curln all tho nbovo distressing ailments thouolden Medical Discovery mucousinasal passages or of the stomach bowels- or pelvic organs Even In its ulcerative stages It to this sovereign rem edy If Its use bo persevered In In Chronic 5 Catarrh of tho Nasal passages It Is well while taking the Golden DIs covery for the necessary constitutional treatment to cleanso the passages freely two or three times a day with Ur Sages Catarrh Remedy This thorough course of treatment gunerally cures tho worst IInchlal throat and lung affections except con sumption In Its advanced stages Medical Discovery is a most efllclent remedy especially in those obstinate hangon coughs caused by Irritation and congestion of the bronchial mucous membranes The ills covory Is not so mood for acute coughs aris lUll from sudden colds nor must It bo ex pected to euro consumption in its advanced stages no will do thatbut for all obstinate chronic coughs which If neg lected or badly treated lead up to consump tion it u till host nuidlLlnu that can ha LaltniL It will give us pleasure to show you our present offerings in lire 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 plnnn little at a time as your permits his head In all directions then sadly gave the bulletin No rain In sight not a cloud Umph said the Chief Justice thats In Washington Well our jurisdiction extends over a vast territory It surely must be raining somewhere In It Say Story lets have some MadeiraOur Country for Is not necessarily one of perfect form and features Many a plain woman who could never serve as an artists model possesses those rare qualities that all the world admires neatness clear eyes clean smooth skin and that sprightliness of step and action that accompany good health physically weak woman is never attrac tive not even to herself Electric Bitters restore weak women give strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin beautiful complexion Guaranteed by all druggists 50c NARROW ESCAPE OF WORKMEN IN CINCINNATI Some fifty or more workmen had a narrow escape from Instant death In Cincinnati Ohio on Tuesday TheyI were excavating Its the foundation for a big bank building on the corner of Ninth and Main streets when the store building four stories high next door collapsed covering the mep with the debris Some ten were hurt but none very seriously strange to say REVENUE TAX s COLLECTIONS Deputy Collector Grant L Roberts has collected internal revenue taxes for the month of June as follows 156 142710 tax gallons 171756 amount of tax Pretty good ior one of the dull months generally Dr weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Carafe tot skin eraptfom y CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOODI PURIFER FREEI If your blood Is Impure thin diseased hot or full of humors if have blood poison cancer carbunclesi eating sores scrofula eczema Itching and bumps skin bone pains catarrh rheumatismI or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B BJ Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B Is es peclally advised for chronic deep seated cases as It cures after all else fails Mar 21y Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in effect Nov 25 1000 sub ject to change without notice Limitedfer Louisville Nashvllh phis West and Southwest 920 A M and 014 P M Dully Limited For Washington Baltimore FhiladeK phla New York Richinon1 Old Point and Norfolk 1010 A M and 801 P M Daily 23lyr j Buy urniture II F conomicallyf Extui11ngniite consists in buying the wrong thing nt the wrong price ingtlwprice If you are truly oconomical you will not buy furniture chenpItits appropriateness ami sec ond for its durability income IR lJtJulyI risings THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR High Grade Vehicles Thnever before The public have at last come to the concision that a CHEAP vehicle is DEAR at any price Our work is strictly hand made and is sold under a guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle that is firstclass and will give perfect satisfaction drop us a card and we will call to see you We know we canqsuit you in both quality and prices All we ask is an opportunity to discuss the matter with you J Seller Carriage sonVERSAILLES KY a H K WARD C M BROWNING President Sec and Treas A Happy New Year Is assured to all users of IPRIDE OF MADIS- ONFLOUR For Sale by all Grocers I 1 Send us your order for Feed Hay Grains and Produce FruitI HEISE SONSwST CLAIR STREET Both Phonesrnr m J 1 AM READY TO MAKE THE BEST PHOJOSiAnd all Styles of Portraits and Groups at my new Gallery South Frankfort Bridge St Everything new Call on tho Relia ble PhotograPherI IbG MATTERN t rf t e MJA SELBERT TH- ELEADING JEWELER LMARRiEDFREEMAN of the Good Shepherd on Momla morning Mr E J Freeman and Mis Katherine Dolan were married by Rev Father ONeill Mr Freeman is a valued employ e Of the Hoge Montgomery Shoe Co His bride is the popular and handsome daughter of Mrs Mary Dolan the happy couple left on the F C C Railway for a visit to Boston the old home of the groom- GAMESGUDGELL At the Fork of Elkhorn on Tuesday Mr Josep Games and Mrs Mattie A Cudgel were married CRANEJAMES Near Lees Sun l mit Mo on June 2C Mr Fred W Crane and Miss Allison Jame granddaughter of Mrs Martha Tod George were married by Rev W A Collins Miss James Is the daughter of Mi Campbell E James and Mrs Mar George James and is a cousin of Mr H K McClure Mrs J N Crutches and the proprietor and editor of this paper She is a very pretty and popular young lady DEATH OF REV DR T T EATON Rev T T Eaton D D pastor of ii the Wamut Street Baptist Church tpr Louisville di J very suddenly at i Grand Junction Tenn as the effec ot stroke of apoplexy on Saturday Dr Eaton was en route to Blue l Mountain Miss to deliver a series of addresses before a chautauqua He was the editor of the WesterJ Recorder of Louisvhe and a ver abe man Stops earache In two minutes tooth ache or pain of burn or scald in five minutes hoarseness one hour mus cleache two hour sore throat twelve hoursDr Thomas Electric OH man arch over pain APPOINTED COUNTY JUDGE OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Simultaneously with the signing of j the judgment oL the Jefferson Circuit Court the Governor appointed Mr Walter P Lhrcoln to be County Judge of Jefferson county to hold until his successor is elected and qualified at tile November HJl election Mr Lincoln is said to be a fine lawyer and wel Qualified for the posi tion A MEMORIAL DAY One of the lays we remember with pleasure as well as with prpflt to our health is the one on which we became 1acquainted with Dr Kings New Life painless purifiers that cure headache and billiousness and keep the bowels right 25 cents At all t drug stores + o i SIGNAL CORPS GOES TO JAMESTOWN The Signal Corps Capt Harry Don aldson left on Friday nigic for James town Va to prepare the camp for the Kentucky Regiments of the Na- tionali Guards This corps will remain throughout the encampment of each of the three t regiments It is composed of ten I menIThe famous little pmeII BIRTHS ROBERTSIn this city on Saturday to Mr E J Roberts and wife a sonTO SIT ON THE BOARD Mr McKenzie R Todd Field Ager of the Agricultural Department at Washington with headquarters in this city will leave today for Washington City having been invited by the De pprtment to sit upon the Crop Reporting Board which meets in that city next week Before he returns he will take in New York City and the Jamestown Exposition MERRY PICNIC PARTY Mr Lyman S Graham and wife chaperoned a merry party of picnii ers which went out to Churchs grove on Maul ElKhorn on Wednesday There were about twenty in the party and they had a fine time POWER OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE The Jhief Justice of the Unite States is encased In a legal armor which makes him almost invulnerabl to political attacks and when he takes his seat he Is reasonably sure that it will be for life as nothin snort of misdemeanor or treason can make him lost it Hence this office has long been called The heaven of legal ambition and has given ris to the phrase would rather be Chief Justice of the United State Supreme Court than President of the United StatesOur Country for July i PERFORMING BEARS One of the Big Free Acts of the Bin Grass Fair at Lexington The Blue Grass fair to be held at Lexington the week of August 12tl to 17th will mane Its free amusement features one of Its more prominen departments Sixteen big free act will be given in front of the grandstand each afternoon and each night but of them all perhaps the most in eresting will be the famous Spell nans Performing Bears This pronounced the biggest and best wild animal attraction today in America The bears seven in number are ex jibited by Mille La Verie one of the most famous female animal trainer In the country The bears are as nuch at home on the stage as the vere in the forest whence they camp They are of the brown and cinnamon varieties some of them natives of the vestern States In the half hour then acts lasts they roll hoops balance each other on a hoard climb ladders form pyramids and finally indulge a drinking bout Some of the hears iccome intoxicated and stagger abnit the stage but at the end to compon sllte them for their work the trainer presents each with a well filled bottle of milk The performing hears wil1 he absolutely a free attraction of Fall show on a platform in front of the grand stand ar Piles get quick and certain relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment lease note It is made alone for Piles and its action Is positive and certain chins painful protruding or blind piles disappear Wee magic by Its use Large nickelcapped glass jars 50 cents Sold by all dealers f r SilverLI J Pale llal JVeays JI T Mnclo in artistic and origi nal patterns only Your Knives Forks Spoons etc will be correct in every way if they bear the trade mark 6618t Rogerst The newest designs are Catalogue No 53 Sent V i tai c imly t y luternati opal 511 ta Successor t frJLeV MEXIDKN BRITANNIA Jii itRIDi CorV 0 BERTHS TODDAt his home on the Wes Side on Sunday at 2 oclock Mr Frank B Todd son of the late Mr babuey and Mrs Mary L Todd aged nearly 38 years of consumption Mv ToJd was born August 8 186S ant was a and genial thougl shy and retiring young man His health had been poor for several years and he hndkgone to the far wes in hopes of restoration but was force to retmn home lastfall and had steadily failed until the end He was a member of the First Bap List Church of this city He leaves two brothers and five sisters to mourn his death The funeral services were conducted from the family residence on Tuesday morning by Rev Dr M B Adams his pastor and the remains were taken to Lexington for inter ment by the side of his mother and father GONE TO PANAMA Today the steamer Panama carrier from the port of New York one of Kentuckys brightest jewelsIis Emni Huntto a government post tion in the far away Panama Slit has won the respect and esteem of many citizens of Frankfort She has conquered the world to gain its tran sclent smiles Troubles crossed her path in early life but she has overcome them alnd the brightest star that will deck her crown will be humble love Her parental devotion has been beautiful and every wave be neath that steamer that carries hers lo far away Panama will be freighted with a mothers prayer and blessing May she flourish anions the Palms of Panama as a bright exotic from Ken tacky A FRIEND e A GAME AS WAS A GAME The game of baseball between the Frankfort and Shelbyvllle teams pJcyed on the 4th of Iuly was a heartbreaker It lasted for twelve long Innings and when it had to be called at dusk to allow the visitors is leave for home the score stood to 0 It was a cracker jack a dir I Q I CtICIATiND r r C RY 1 July 7th SPECIAL TRAIN Leaving Frankfort 700 A M i MA SELBERT TH- ELEADING JEWELER t t Let me mall you free to provo merit samples of my Dr Shoops Re storative and my Book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or The Kid nets Address me Dr Shoop Racing 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 ql CHARGED WITH STEALING CABLES FROM RAFTS Several boys were arrested on nesday afternoon charged with stealI ing the cables holding rafts ing to the FordJohnson Co shore of the river They were caught with the goods and brought in by the police They stand a chance for the Re form School Excursion On Falls City Irho Falls City will run an excur sion to Tyrone maul return this eveni lug Will leave Custom House wharf at 8 p ir Fare for round trip only 50 eeut- 5CONSUMPTIONS WARNING Inside facts soon become evident in outside symptoms DR G GREEN CJIThe aid of scientific inventions is not needed to determine whether your lungs ore affected The first symptoms can be readily noted by anyone of average in telligence QThere is no disease known that 00 many plain warnings of its approach as consumption and no serious can be so quickly reached and checked if the used is Dr Boscheea German Syrup which is made to cure consumption fIt is in the early stages that German Syrup should be taken when warnings are given in the cou rih that wont quit the congestion of the bronchial tubes and the gradual weakening of the lungs ac companied by frequent expectoration QlJut no matter how decpsaated your even if dread consumption has GermanIdone before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble JNew trial bottles 25c Regular size 750 At all druggists sale by J W Gay in jFor inw d Woven Wire fences D C LAYARD Agent for for Lamb Wotien Wire Fence Peerless Woven Wire Fence and Peerless JrPoultry Fence 12 Maumee save your WIRE FENCING No 21ain Zjl genuineLaxativetho remedy that fir a cold In one d- ayWEEI1LY fr COURIER J JOUANAu RoundaboutRory The Presidential election is ap changedThatDemocrat and has always peen a Democrat never Republican Es sential differences out of the way Democrats are getting together Time CourierJournal going to support time ticket And there you have it SEND YOUR ORDER FOR THIS COMBINATION TO US NOT 10 THE COURIERJOUR SAJJlHE REGULAR PRICE OF THE WETKLY COURIER JOURNAL ALONE IS 41 A YEAR Forilie q1 CaMPaiil f t Kentucky elects a full v State ticket this Jail and the campaign and election will be 41 strenuous You ian- x not keep posted unless you read a Democratic paper that prints THE NEVSwithout fear or favor lhefLougville Tililos ry I Tills1 If We have made a special r limited arrangement where M by we can send by mail the Times 1 rive Monthsi The Roundabout Six Months n1 N For Only 200 fk Send your order for the t combination to THIS PAPER J not to The Louisville Times AT ONCE as thetoffer will positively be drawn SEPTEMBER i f I I The Good Old 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 P G SOW R CO307309 Main Street Hardware Merchants Both Phones t r RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinn the rec tor being absent Mr C L Clingman will conduct the service at 11 a m and 730 p m 930 a m Sundayschool in the chapel evening prayer at 730 4Wednesday generally invited to at BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a mand8pmSu- ndayschool at 945 in the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union has adjourned for the summer t Prayer meeting Wednesday evening chapel fVisitors cordially invited Seats tree li f CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 p m These will be the last services con r ducted by Mr Hudson before he loaves for Europe 1 Sundayschool at 930 a m in thei chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets Iat700 in the chapelIPrayer meetfng on Wednesday evening at 730 oclock in the Chapel TuesdayMafternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited l 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 Sundayschool at 2 mIVespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Jesse R Ziegler the pas tor will preich at 11 a m and 745 pm j The Lords Supper will be observed at 11 a mIYoung Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 630 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J O A Vaught Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m F Prayer meeting on Wednesday even ing at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 pm Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 73Q p m Everybody Invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school at 300 oclock p m THORN HILL There will be Sun dayschool every Sunday afternoon in the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p m f I tf r r 1S iIN A NEW HOME Kentucky State Fair Permanently Lo cated at Douglas Park in Louis ville With genuine pleasure we announce the purchase of a new home for the Kentucky State Fair AIlthe grounds and buildings of the Douglas Park Jockey Club in Louisville have justI been bought by the State Board of Agriculture as a permanent location KenItuckyprovements worth more than 200 000 are both new and modern The grand stand is of steel and concrete and the stablea for exhibition purposes as well as for stall use are ex cellently located The stall room will meet all demands The mile track IsI acknowledged to be the fastest for trotting exhibitions in the world Large trees and wavering grass are to be found throughout all the groundsThe transformation facilities both steam and electric are unsurpassed On the main line of the Louisville Nashville Railroad with a switch running the full length of one side exhibitors whether of live stock agricultural implements or the products of the farm will find the Kentucky btate Fair grounds most accessible Such connections mean every advan tage for the exhibitor On the track of the Jacob Park line doubleI Louisville Railway with a which to store 100 cars at a visitors are deposited right at the en trance within twentyfive minutes af ter leaving the heart of the city On the boulevard that intersects the Grand Boulevardand extension of Third Avenuethe grounds are most easily reached by carriages and automobiles Those who have given much thought to the matter of u permanent site for the Kentucky tate Fair are congrat ulating the Board of Agriculture upon its good fortune in being able to buy grounds with such modern grant stand erected with grass plants fully ma tured and full grown yith railroad and street car facilities- In the new home the State Fair Board can offer advantages to the exhibitors in every department the equal of those of other State Fairs many years olderIEvery exhibitor at former Kentucky Fairs and all who have not entered for competition there before are vited bjr the management to go to the 1907 Fair Courteous treatments is guaranteed all with a promise that the visit will be pleasant and very profitableThe State Fair is destin ed to become the greatest annual exhibition in the South Within a few miles of the center of population of the United States the attendance should reach annually into the hundreds of thousands nine great rail roads centering in Louisville Sur rounded by the best live stock sec tions of the country close to the best In agriculture and horticulture in a State and near States whoso women make needle work and table luxu ries the equal of any communities the exhibitions will be worth a long jour ney Secretary R E Hughes invites cor respondence on any subject touching State Fair matters Catalougues are ready 1f a t t t 1Jjto 4 CORKERS AND TWISTERS By Mrs OHoulihan The physician who anticipates an unfavorable change in his sick pa tieht and prescribes to meet it is wise the contractor who makes strong scaffolding for his workmen to insure manandIfuture in the construction and opening up of streets understands well its duty to the public and to the expansion of business If a former council had been wise enough to look to the pres ent needs of the city it would have extended Napping street to the head of Ann street and thus relieved the present travel on Main street This should and could have been done when the right of way for a street could have been had for a very small Ewing street on the South Side should have beenea ended In its full width to Second before the residents en the South and central ends became bottled up by an objecting property- owner on the North end of the- streetSo street should have been opened from the angle on Holmes street near the Sower residence to the end of High street This would relieve the pressure on Holmes street from Sow prison street will eventually have IHolmes from Sowers to the old as two vehicles can not pass each other when a street car is going by Why not widen it now A citizen who owns most of the property fronting the line has offered to give the city fifteen feet of ground along the entire front on condition of the construction by the city of a granitoid pavement and gutter wait until the city is WhrI widen the street by the traffic and the Improvement of the property will increase the cost of widening tenfold Does not the city council see the wisdom of doing to liar what must be done hereafter at greater cost It is said an animated dispute oc curred on the corner of St Clair and Main streets a few days ago between Col Louis Weltzel and Col James Duvall as to which won the game of marbles they played on the site of the Old Mansion House a few years prior to Its erection It is also rumored that Col W B Showalter participated in a target match with some of the best Indian shots on the spot where the old Weisl eer House and later the Capital Hotel were erected The winner way to break an egg placed in a knot hole in a beach tree that stood where Gayles drug store now stands Sev eral Indians fired and their bullets struck within a few inches of the egg hut did not break it Showalter then fired and whilst his bullet missed the egg six or eight inches it dislodged a splinter that struck the egg and caused It to roll to the ground and break Showalter claimej to be the winner as the match was to break the egg This claim ho Indians dis pitted and it came near resulting in a genuine Indian bar Daniel Boone however pacified the Indians by taking the match money and buying enough corn and beans toI jK l tt make a big kettle of succotash which was partaken of by all nmi- lgeneral enjoyment and hilarity 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 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TRAINS From Louisville to CII ICAGOIVIA Leaving and 10th StI806 a m 821 p m rihatt ttnmpartmtnt ljlultmaiui i ON NIGHT TRAINS Connections for CALIFORNIA iy- f hadFarming HittwstTrms and Time Tables OB application ft District Passenger Agent t LOUISVILLE i 1t a J t y I 2Vi rf Heres Your Chance at the Finest Black Suits at Reduced Prices t 12ff1 ANOT HER i STARTLINGOFFERtu iv IN E il L MEN o q lo CUlTSJiJust 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 j 4 So to keep things moving we reduce today the price on every finetsuit 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 you find only at McClures staples tailored as only the McClure tailoring organizations can do and to make it more remarkable EVERY FINE BLACK AND BLUE SUIT IS INCLUDED Now come quick Choice of absolutely any suit in the store worth 25 A 30 and 35 blacks and blues included v 318rtThis sale lasts only until Saturday June 29 reallyfinepryou are now offered choice of this line of exceptional suits worth up to 35 for only 18 Best patterns go first Act quick K cOlure SonsJiJ JNCORROF2KTED t tLnu kH Ah 6 SIRT1GGLE Many a Frankfort Citizen Finds The Struggle Hard With a back constantly aching With distressing urinary disorders Dally existence is but a struggle No need to keep it up Doans Kidney Pills will cure you Frankfort people endorse this claim Loganroestreet Frankfurt Ky says It was r some time very hard for me to perform my daily work on account of weakness across my loins and the ach ing I endured when stooping or reach ing forward for any object The ir regular action of the kidneys and the sensation of scalding which accompa nied the secretions caused other symptoms which were very annoying and distressing I doctored a great deaf and besides used various reme dies said to be good for kidney trou- blet but I received little if any relief Reading advertisements of Doans Kidney Pills which appeared in our newspapers impressed me with their value so concluding to try them I procured a box at J W Gayles drug store Their effects certainly surprised me and continued their use taking the contents of the second box They did for me far beyond my expec tations and I can certainly recom mend them For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and tape no other LEAVE FOR OLD HOMES Owing to the shutting down of the Glass Works for the months of July and August a large number of un married men who were employes of the concern left Sunday for their old homes in Ohio and Indiana to- spend their vacations + PDr Cadys Condition Iowucrs are just what a horse needs when in bad andvermifugemedicine und the best in use to put ii horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per nacVnge t For sale by J W Gayle and Le c Compte Gayle 1 EXCURSION TO CINCINNATI SUN IDAYThe regular biweekly excursion RailIto Cincinnati The train will leave at 7 a m sharp reaching Cincinnati at 1030 a m Re turning It will leave Cincinnati at o10 p m reaching home by 11 p m Fare for the round trip only 125 II will nail you free to prove merits samples of my Dr Shoops Restora tlve and by Book on either Dyspepsia merehisymptoms only Symptoms treatment is treating the result of your ailment and not the cause Weak Stomach nervesthe inside nerves mean 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 ever claims to treat the inside nerves Also for bloating biliousness bad breath or complexion use Dr Shoops Restorative Write me today for sam pe and free book DI Shoop Racine WIs The Restorative is sold by all druggists HARLAN COUNTY STIRRED UP- borne Now York parties have stirred up a hornets nest in Harlan county Ky by bringing suit for a very large quantity of the best timber and coal lands in the county- The people who are occupying the lands have held them for many years The claimants are at work under a patent of 1840 There will be fun when they under tape to oust the owners A HAPPY MAN Is Amos F King of Port Byron N Y Sfi years of age since a sore on his leg which had troubled him the greater part of his life has been en tirely healed by Bucklens Arnica Salve the worlds great healer of sores burns cuts wounds and piles Guaranteed by all druggists Price cents 125 tf WINS DAMAGE SUIT IN COURT OF APPEALS IThe Court ot Appeals on Friday af firmed the decision of the Clark Cir cuit Court awarding Mrs James B Barcum 8000 in damages against James B Hargis and Ed Callahan for conspiring to cause the death of her husband Mr James B Marcum The total amount of the judgment inter est and costs runs up to over 10000 The decison of the court virtually convicts tuese men of the murder of Marcum NrFree for catarrh just to prove merit a trial size box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Let me send it now It is a snowwhite creamery healing antiseptic balm Containing such healing ingredients as Oil Eucaliptus nymol Menthol etc it gives instant and lasting relief to catarrh of the nose and throat Make the free test prepaIjars 50 cents Sold by all druggists OLD TAYLOR DISTILLERY CLOSES DOWN FOR SEASON The Old Taylor Distillery No 53 tine property of Messrs E H Taylor Jr Sons ceased operations on Saturday last after one of the best runs ever made by this concern Of course the Bottling House will run straight along Indigestion fh itself a true disease think of Dyspepsia Heartburn und Indigestion as real a they are symptoms only of u certain specula Nervo sickness nothing else It was tills fact that first correctly led Dr Shoe in the creation of that now very popular Stomach Keinedy Dr Shoops Restorative Going direct to tho stomach nerves alono brought that success find favor to Dr Shoop and his Restorative With out that original and highly vital principle no such lasting accomplishments were over to bo had For stomach distress bloating biliousness bad breath and sallow complexion try Dr Shoops Hestorative TibUts or LIquidand see for your self what it can and will do Wo sell and cheerfully recommend Dr Shoops RestorativeALL J LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMARY OF TIMETABLEI 1006I WESTBOUND DailY NoI 1I DnllyI No2 1I Stations IM IDally Ex Tai 25I o Lexington0 055 605 Bla 610 120 Winchester 012I Dro Junction 507 140 Clay City d25 485 I1J5 Stanton 8lli 088 Campton unction 74 ar Torrent 730 841 151I Boattyville Tn Junction 040 300 1048 545 Athol64111I 6IU K Junction It15 225 1120 I 016 04I Jackson 610 220 llctionTrains Nos and will make connections with tho L JU Mt Sterling Cam tmt JUllctiolllrulns Nos 2IJ and will connect with the Mountain Gem for Pine ma and Belttyv1UeBeattJQOr Tiinif n Nos n l w CHARLES SCOTT 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