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Ii0 j I8 pr c 47- t h aJbttttJtaJ Jib FRANKFORT IGEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS l00 In Advance IVOL X9FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JULY 13 1907 No 38 J i FRANKFORTS PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS GEOKGE SAMSXDEK DKAIKIl Staple and Fancy Grofories Notions Cigars and Country No 510 Second St ProduceINew Phone 517 juno 15Oni =nYyryqflKODAKS I I LECOMPTE1 GAYIrE CO EBNER June 15im tC Incorporated South CO 814 Id dII LAUNDRY JThe ItC N Laundry aims do the best work in the State I All vvorlccaUpd for and del hor ed E I Agent Oflice- I 223 St Clair St up stairs jloOm I PLUMBINGWhen owI or old sanitary work Chas Vhitehead 104 St Clair street Heady at all times with I prices to suit the most skeptical Both Phones 105 Juno 156m Tao Franktort lCD GOIllDany I fnnufji tQ of Pure Artificial li 1111 e ir Distilled Vnterr- f hu tory 1os U2 104 100 and 108 rfuin Street Phones 89 and The largest and best equipped J plant in the State June lilHm O W VOGLER Denier in Fancy and Staple Grocer ics Timvai Etc Cor artl and Logan Streets todate in every respect UPI f Juno l W J SCOTTOW Country Produce a Specialty Staple and Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Both Phones Cor 2nd d Bridge Streets Juno 15Oni t k U S CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINA t TIONS A competitive examination under the rules oC the U S Civil Service Commission for the position ol Deputy Collector Clerk Storekeeper Gauger in the Fifth and Seventh In ternal Revenue Distriqts of Kentucky will be held on September 4 1907 commending at 9 oclock a m Applications for this examination must be made on the prescribed form which with necessary instructions may be obtained from the Commissions local representative Mr J M Williams at the Frankfort Kentucky Postomce or from the undersigned Applications will not be accepted unless received by the undersigned before 430 oclock p m on August 7 1907 All persons wishing to talc this examination should secure blanks and fill them out at once in order to allow time for any necessary correc tons C W OSSI Secretary Civil Service Board 418 Postofflce Building Cincinnati O TO BUILD 35000 BARREL WAREHOUSE The George linker Distillery have had plans made and will build a ware house with capacity to store 35000 barrels of whisky In the near fu tureThis concern has made a fine repu tatlon for their output and this gives evidence of still greater prosperity a Dr Cadys Condition Powders are what a needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier anj vermifuge They aro not iool 111 medicine the best ia nre o wii horse in prime conuuiMi P Cents pov ir1 For sale by J W Gayle and Le Compte Gayle S j li SOUTH CO PHARMACY x43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY junc 15rni Both Phones 17 Cip1iiI Stoam Laundry OIllco Car Main and Ann Sts Laundry Foot of Ann St FEANKFO11T KY juno 15Gm In Addition to LUMBER- We sell the Celebrated Ham mol Pain and the best Wall Plaster made In vincible HAMMOND CO juno a- mShoe Makers L 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 forgot his number 158mHARNESS JOS AUTOINE Washington St If ou wont something in the Harness line either new or old give cull Ho is also prepared to repair ImriuvH buggy tops or at will Hurpriso tho mot hkcptical juno 15mii NAT MILLER THE TAILOR Makes a Specialty of Dyeing Cleanin and Pressing Snits Made to Order 405 Main St Opp Capital Hotel June 158in Interior Decorating For all high class work of this kind why nut call on those that thoroughly understand busi TIOPUMB Clairjuno NARROW ESCAPE FROM DE STRUCTION On Tuesday last the handsome resi dence of Mrs Malvlna South located just this side of Hoge Station on the Versailles pike caught fire and was only saved by the hard work of the laborers who are at work grading the Interurban Line near by It seems that the men were eating their noon meal when the fire was discovered on the roof ofl1rs South house and hastened to her assistance By hard work they suc ceeded in extinguishing the blaze but not before considerable damage was done We regret to learn that there was no Insurance on the house PHIL IDs CANTY Plumbing Gas Fitting and Sew erage Sanitary Work of all Descriptions Try us and be Convinced hmo 15Cii Have you a Gas Stove get one nt once and save ltnotICull on us for a perfect light price Capital Gas Electric ITho Light CO Incorporated The South Side Meat Market I The Best Beef Lamb Veal and Pork Fresh and Smoked Sausage and Sliced Fish Hum in I OstetsIjune laflirt NEVILLE = Liquors and Where to Buy Them The Pure Food Law nlwusdidltnd Agent for Troy Steam Laundry Agent for Florist Lexington I JOHN W GAYLE Merchant Tailor and Gentlemens Fur nisher and Hotter CIllInlniPrcsand Repairing I 818 Main Street Old Phone 2j2 I juno 15G- mTHE 4I HALL CAFE 237 St Clair Frankfort Kjj Everything for the Inner Man Taos F NEWJfA i Mouse i W J KENJJEUT Chicken Juno SflJGm Proprictoraaj fA n For Plain and Fancy JOB WORKT- ry tho Roundabout LoOK AFTER IT That short piece of pavement on Second street at the corner of Bridge street about thirty feet In length needs the attention bf the authorities very badly it is understood that this was ordered replaced with granitoid spume time last winter but it still re mains as it has been for years full of holes regular ankle twisters the worst piece of paving in the city and where there is more travel than any other place in town Fix it gentlemen before you have another damage suit on your hands W Early Risers The famous little pills HAMMOND a CO Sell Lumber Shingles Sash Doors Hardware Paint und the best Wall Plaster Made Wilkinson St Frankfort Ky oar J J rj alIfrr 4iir f Mh jt 1Iy j i1 l J l tiji fi 3 I J f ii rb GREAT BARGAINS IN REMNANTS AT KAGiS SALE J Over 1000 Remnants consisting of Laces Em broideries Ribbons and every kind of piece goods are offered here at great reductions WHITE PARASOLS We offer our entire line of White Parasols at a big reduction 100 Parasols 75c 125 Parasols 98ci 200 Parasols 148 All Womens Suits at i price One lot 1000 Pa ama Skirts 7f0 One lot 1250 Panama Skirt 350 15c quality Persian Lawn 12ic yardIPersian Lawn now worth 20c 15c yard C MGIN BRO1 IMO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY I 1 d f 11 t v DELIGHTFUL CHANGE 4r gyJtfrJftX r tThe mercury In the thermometer had been trying to climb out of the upper end of the tube and had sue ceeded in almost reaching the airy nark on Tuesday afternoon when a high wind followed by a genj tie shower sent It scuttling down againBetween 10 and 11 oclock that night we had one of the most severe storms of thunder lightning and rain that have visited this city this season Tne lightning was very vivid and the peals of thunder resembled the roar of a parked battery Time rain fell in torrentp for more than an hour and then gently the most of the night Wednesday morning we had a nice thunder storm and rain and again Wednesday aiternoon we had a genu ine ground soaker clod masher and galley with attendant elec1 trical dlsplarIAltogether life which had almost become a burden was worth living once more Te ileum lau lamns BIG SHIPMENT F CATTLE Mr Simon Well the cattle dealer of Lexington made a big shipment ofI cattle front Baker Bros Distillery on Wednesday where they ha been CedII on slop for the last five or six months There were 7S7 cattle In the bunch and it took 57 cars to hold the shipment They averaged over 1250 pounds and the price was a good one NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY Notwithstanding tho unprecedeut edly large sale of tine suits of clothing made by Messrs R K McClure Sons during the last few weeks they announce another of their unrivaled half price salles of everything in their big stock Everybody knows that this firm maintains Its reputation as the old reliable house and have confidence In what they advertise Look out for a big rush sale Soothes itching skin heals cuts or burns without a scar Cures piles ec zema salt rheum any Itching Doans Ointment Your druggist sells It ti i4fl vCh1jtSELLS OLD HOME lMr William T Reading Sr has his twostory brick residence on Eats Place to Mr R W Dehoney Price private but understood to be a comfortable one2 7 A MEMORIAL DAY One of the days we remember with pleasure as well as with profit to our health is the one on which we became acquainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills the painless purifiers that cure headache and billiousness and keep the bowels right 25 cents At all drug stores MANLY LITTLE LAD IIaster Robert Alexander Gayle child of Dr J W Gayle of this city had quite an experience a railroad wreck on the K C branch of the L N between Lex- Ington and Cynthiana on Monday afternoon i The lad had been on a visit to his uncle Dr O B Gayle at Falmouth and was on his way home when the train upon which he was ran Into another train head on Master Alexander was thrown over and a gash cut his forehead and otherwise slightly a number of persons were very seriously and two fatally hurt hurt When the train reached Paris young Gayle missed the connection with tho F C train mud pluckily called up the family here and told them of his narrow escape He was compelled to remain in Paris until Tuesday morning arriving at homo at 1120 that day wIll stop you pain free To show you first before you spend a penny what my Pink Pain Tablets can do I will mail you free a trial package of them Dr Shoons headache tab lets Neuralgia headache toothache period pains etc are due alone to blood congestion Dr Stoops head ache tablets simply kill pain by coax ing away the unnatural blood pres sure That is all Address Dr Shoop Racine Wis Sold by all druggists s 6rtJ 4 J1 n fl l d J J v iwiIk BI U Pff CIJJ L r o i ILotMisses Dress Skirts worth 400 only 248 Lot Ladies Dress Skirts worth 500 only 379rLot Mach Voile Skirts worth LOOp only 798 o Lot Lawns worth lOc 12Jc and 15c only Tie Lot Umbrellas worth 150ony100 Lot Silk Ribbon only lOc yardf fi 200 yards Dotted and Figured Swiss worth GOc only o c I Lot Odds and Ends will be sold cheap to close out Lot Tailored Suits Find your size anti we will suit you in pllce cEIEIiE J VVElIr Er J + i jbir oI r t l III PERSONAL the Mr H K Ward of Versailles was in the city Thursday Hon J A Hamon of Georgetown was here Wednesday Mrs Henry Brown is the guest of Is relatives in LexingtonCI Air H K Bourne of New Castle was in the city ThursdarWIC Mss Alice Wells has returned from a visit to Stamping Ground Mr Eugene Rossen and family visited ty in Cincinnati on Sunday Capt C C Calhoun of Washington City was in the city Monday Mr George L Roberts visited friends in Cincinnati on Sunday Mr B D Warfield Counsel for theS L N R R was here this week Mr C E McCormick of Shepherds ville was in the city on Thursday Miss Helen 0 Rear left Wednesday to visit friends at Clarksville Tenn is Miss Cordie Jeffers has returned from a visit to friends In Lexington Mr R H Marrs and wife vlgted relatives at Harrodsburg this weeft Mr T J Shipp and Mr Josh Shaw of Versailles were in the city on Mon dayJMr John Meagher of Louisville was in the city on business this in week Miss Naomi Arnold of Owenton visited relatives in this city this week3wlge S S Taulbee County Judge of Breathitt county was here thisIi week relturneddlevilTe Miss Lucy Metts sppnt Sunday after noon with friends at the Forks of ElkhornMr A Howard and daughter Miss Margaret are visiting friends in Nellie Glenn and Miss Made line Frazier are visiting friends in Lexington Mr John Pettus of Newport was the guest of Dr S E James and wife this week Mr George McLeod Chief Engineer of the Traction Co was in the city tins week Mr John Rumpf and wife of VcrI sallies were guests of relatives hereI on Sunday Judge W E Settle left Wednesday for Bowling Green 10 attend the State Bar Association of Dal Miss Mary Dudley Aldridge Texas is the guest of her cousin ilas Virginia Gray Judge Chas E Booe and Mr G G business trip to Cin Spear made a cinnati yesterdayIMr and Mrs John Gaines of Georgetown have gone to Louisville to make it their future home Rev Dr M B Adams attended a meeting of the Baptist State Board In Louisville on Tuesday Mr Samuel Miles left Thursday for a trip South in the interest of the Knoxville Flour Mills 4 Chief Justice E C ORear left Wed tesday for Bowling Green to attend State Bar Association Miss Ellen and Miss Ethel Wither spoon Of Versailles are guests of Misses Scott Shelby street Miss Esther Burnam of Richmond the guest of Miss Lizzie Hunt West Wapping street Mrs Walter Pulliam of Bloomfield the guest of her sister Mrs John Davis West Side this week Capt 11 H insko of Carlisle Depu Collector was here this week to close down the taker Distillery Mrs Geo 11 Chinn of Harrodsburg Joined her husband Warden Geo 11 Chinn in this city on Thursday Misses Acuerman of Columbia Penn are guests of Mrs C A Nel Campbell street this week Mr and Mrs Quincy Metts were the guests of tneir daughter Mrs Jim Gaines at Georgetown last week Miss Stella Z Shy of Latonia Ky spending the summer with her aunt Miss Lizzie A Darnell at Duckers Mr Edwin M Dryden and wife of Dayton Olio who have been visiting relatives here have returned home Mrs Harry Rowlett of Louisville was tae guest of her mother Mrs S Daniel Fourth Avenue this week Mr James B West who has been Eastern Kentucky for several months returned home on Thursday tlr R T Connelly and wife and Miss Mabel Magruder of Atlanta Ga are guest of Mrs Kate Williams Miss Sallie Heppard Miss Lucy and Miss Eva May Shackelford are visiting friends at Hamilton Cassie Sanford and daughter Miss Pearl of Louisville were guests ot Mr N B Smith South Side this week Miss S Wallace Smith and Miss Lena 11 Lynch of the High School are taking a summer course at State College iir John R Sower and wife have returned from the meeting of the Na tonal Hardware Dealers Association at Boston Judge W E Settle and daughter Miss Rachel were guests of his daughter Mrs Hugh Kellogg in Louisville this week Miss Spicie Belle South left yester day morning for New York City to attend the Conservatory of Music this summer Miss Marlam Lucy of Greenfield Mass who has been the guest of limos Scott Shelby street has re turned home Rev W L McEwan D p of Pitts burg Penn was the guest of his sis ters in this city this week returning home yesterday Mr Wm Cromwell wife and son re turned Sunday night from a visit to his brother Mr John C Cromwell at Cleveland Ohio Mr Coolidge wife and child jf Cincinnati who have been visiting 3ol Geo B Harper and wife returned home m Miss SatuJllarJ 0 t rodd street in honor of Miss Bird ofI helby county IIII Mr James H Dryden and wife of Hamilton Ohio who have been visit ng relatives here for several weeks eft Sunday for homeIMr Geo T Hodges of Louisville who has beets the guest of his sisterI drsL N Crutcher left visit relatives in Lexington Mr A D Stevenson wife and chi Iren of Louisville who have been guests of her father Mr W B Me Ennis have returned home hiss Jo Murphy of the local Post office force was called to Louisville this week by the serious illness of herI mother Mrs Maria A MurphyIRev C R Hudson Thursday morning for where they will sail for Naples and will travel over the Continent Mr Geo T Hodges of Louisville who has been visiting relatives ir Lexington returned to visit his sister Mrs J N Crutcher on Thursday Mr Oscar Willis and Mr Nev White of Louisville were In the city for a lay oithe first of the week shale ing BQs with old time friends Miss Verlie Kenney Miss Lulic Price Miss Alice Wells and 1IIssI Allan Stone left Saturday for stamping Ground for a visit to friends Mrs George Leavy of Gainesville Texas and Miss Elsie Leavy of Fay atte county who have been guests Mr Walter M Franklin have ofI Father Thos S Major who has been In Chicago Ills and other points in the West in search of health has returned and we are glad to saris very much improved Mis Sadie E Tanner and Miss Margaret Canty of Chas J Weitzels Dry Goods Store left this morning 101 a trip to Philadelphia New Yorli and Asburry N J Miss Margaret A Lewis who has been visiting her mother Mrs J B Lewis in Versailles left that place for Harriman Tenn on Thursday to spend her vacation with her brother Mr Will A Lewis and familyI 1IrsStella Bedford and son son of Louisville who have beer guests of her father Mr W B Me Ennis have returned home We an sorry to learn that as Mrs Bedford alighted from a street car near her home she sprined her ankle so as to confine her to the house I BLUE GRASS TRACTION- COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour from n m to 7 p m and nt 0 and p in Leapt Paris livery hour front 0 a in to p in and 10 p in Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 080 a in to 730 pm and ut0 tend p m Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from 010 a in to 815 p m anil at 10 p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 0 m to 0 p in mid at 0 and lip in Leave Versailles very hour from 546 m to 045 p in and at 815 and lop m IE T Phone 010 Home Phone 174 1R T GUNN Mangier 2ttIitj f aHeen ySN ANNUAL SUMMER SALE A Chance to Get Fine Goods Iat Low Prices Long Gloves Black White Blues Browns and Tans F Fs J HEENEY Value JOHNDR1SOOLL Qualifv i The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand- Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRI COLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentuckyis Unprecedented Offer at THE LEXINGTON HERALD f From This Date Until January 1st 1008 For S25O Seven Months For The Price of Five A You willwaut to keep in touch with the fall political campaign The daily visits of the L3xin toll Herald will A make this possible Where can you get the news of the World including your own home news for such a small sumtTHE SUNDAY Is unsurpassed by any of tho Metropolitan dailies Its comic section short stories anti other features are well worth the asked 2f0 hIrlrDLexington Ivy J Dr Wcayora Syrup Purifies the blood Cerate ointment for the ikla KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH 0r1Kings- Hew Discovery FOR COUCHSPRICE ee- AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SArrISFAO OBI OR MONEY REFUNDED 50 YEARSJ EXPERIENCIh DESIGNS l COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a sketch and description maJ1tree ihtollltRtrlctl Itll1tolltaScientific American handsomely Illustrated weekly Lnrcest cit 6oidbyailnowadealersMUN V Bran t t1 H Great July Clearance Sale k Running Through Next Week The Biggest Opportunity You Willl Have To Get High Class Goods At Low Class Prices ReadyTo Wear Dept Suits Wool or Silk All Colored Suits J2 Price 25 Suits 1250 15 Suits 750 All Black Suits i Oil 25 Black Suits HUi7 Wash Suits 13 6 Suits for 4 fJ Colored Wool Skirts Off 410 Skirt 7 60 5 Skirts 15- 75Separate Coats 13 Off 15 Black Cloth Jackets X10 10 rackets 5i- 7Childrens Jackets 0 Jackets 4 5 Jackets 885 IA A HELPING HANDI It A y Extended by a Frankfort Citizen There are many enthusiastic citi zens in Frankfort prepared to tell experience for the public good iirtheir from such a source is the 1 best evidence and will prove a help ing hand to scores of readers Read i the following statement J P Taylor of 304stain street Frankfort Ky says For about 35 years I was subject to pain and weak ness in my back The trouble I know came from my kidneys and especially rom the left one this one being the most affected Sometimes I could scarce i rice if I knelt or stooped end ot en vcn walking sharp pain I would take me in my left side so as weaIt1Ja disturbed my rest For years at oft I Irecurring intervals I took various theltme so which at last afforded me genuine and This was hlIof the trouble and removed it I will always recommend Doans Kidney i Pills to my friends as a remedy that i can be depended upon to bring the I i desired relief For sale by all dealers Price 50 jiccnts Foster Milburn Co Buffalo jf for the United StatesIIftake andino other ORIIlging a temporary organization of the JI Frankfort Driving Club was effect Ied committees were Appointed to t a draft the necessary Constitution and ByLaws and to mate other necessary yjarrangements tt The first of the matinee races will be held this afternoon at the race is of r ferectIHEAT GETS em1 Mr Valentine Stockland an M pfbye of the Champion sawmill on the West Side collapsed from- V4 the extreme heat about 3 oclock on i Tuesday afternoonIDr Goodrich was summoned and gave medical treatment At last ac Stockland was doing very iwell Dress Goods and Silks 1 Colored Mixed Suitings flue oOc Colored Mixed SnitingB 35c Specials in Black Dress GoodsSilks SOc Cnock Silk 89c 1 Fancy Silks 75 36in Black TnfTStn 1 175 Black Bonnet TaiFotn 150 Muslin Underwear 10 Per Cent Off All Garments Cash These Pries Goods Prices FARJVLEkSi IU 7r LOUISVILLES STORM Louisville had its big scare and bigI storm on Tuesday afternoon Eve since the cyclone of 1891 whenever there is an appearance of a big storm lots of the nervous people of the Falls City get badly rattled and feel likt taking to the cyclone cellar The storm of Tuesday afternoon was a fearful one indeed and damage tc the extent of about 300000 was in flitted happily with only one fatality so far although a number of people were seriously hurt Free 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 011 Eucaliptus nymol Menthol etc it gives instant and lasting relief to catarrh of the nose and throat Make the free test and see for yourself what this prepa ration can and will accomplish Address Dr Shoop Racine Mis Largo jars 50 cents Sold by all druggists FRANKLIN ASSOCIATION TO MEET AT PARS The Executive Board of the Frank lin Association with whom the matter 3f locating the meeting of that body this year was left has determined to hold the same at Glenwood Park this pity anti the time has also been changed It will be held on Wednes lay and August 21st and 22dThe various churches composing his body should take due notice of both facts and govern themselves ac v RELIMINARY CATALOGUE OF STATE FAIR ISSUEDI prellmljnaryFall which will be held at September 16 to 21 inclusiveLouisvilleI It is a very fine and pamphlet and we would I furnish it to any one contemplating in exhibit at that time Written for the Roundabout I THE LAW OF THE HARVEST Looking out through mystudy win1 lows there came before my view a leld of grain beautiful as to wealth of production and waving like the j well of ocean The descriptive sage from John 43538 came to Say not ye There are yet months and then cometh harvest Be hold I say unto you lift up your eyes White Goods and Wash Goods 40in 15e India Linen lOco 25c Potted Swiss 19c 25e White P K Wc 27in Check Dimity lOc Soc All Linen Cambric 4c 25c and 55o Zephyr Gingham and Voile lite- 85u Flowered Silk Mulls loc Remnants- In Every Department at Great Values Only Gets Thursday cordingly and look onJhe fields for they are wfiltje already to harvest And he that reapest receiveti wages and eathereth fruit unto life eternal that both he that soweth and he that reapeth may rejoice together And herein is that saying true one soweth and another reapeth The scripture lessonseed fell into good soil and the context was heeded in due season We saw the reaper going over the field and the fallen grain gathered into sheafs and shock ed like so many wigwams waiting to be flailed anJ sifted from the chaff to be ground between stones crushed pulverized into powdered whiteness made into flou worked into dough baked and eaten becoming as it were the staff of lifebread from heaven God given Sowing seed in the fur rows of time means more than mere surface work Some seed falling among thornsthose dangerous ene rules of Christian experience choking the worn and rendering it unfruitful Seed sown on stoney ground birds picking it upseeclsC1Ifpn good ground bringing forth an abundant so plainthe law of the Harvest and we wished that every invalid confined to the house as we tad been for six weeks could see through the same windows the fields white unto the harvest and learn the esson taught in the sweetest ever told- Across the fields the reapers ran after scared rabbits the burrows being uncovered and the homes destroy 3d Dogs barked and the shouts of the victorious hunters ringing above the noise of the machine It was a ypical scene and with the fleering loud shadows chasing each other icross the blue of sky the song of birds the dim uncertain hazy atmosphere made a picture in time with the infinite We are sowing good or bad seed very day Like weeds the evil ap sear to grow and flourish while the good dry up and shrivel In the garish Ight of adverse criticism from those of whom we expect so much and re dye so little If Christian people socalled can Teak the Sabbath play cards for money bet at races and be guiltyof navy other habits conventional to nodern methods and new thought its not strange that persons who have undo no profession of religious belief do all these things and boast of freewill and no harm in following selfish ileasures The law of the Harvest is as bind ng as the moral law In the natural world its effects are patent to even the most casual observer In the spir tual kingdom the effects follow the OLD TAYLORt THE r KENTUCKY WHISKEYrya f E H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors FrankfortKentucky J 1 i ri t 1r i i JI iiI f Y JI t 4j I I 1 f ill tI i L J i J ti v tdi l h7i Ct 1tJ5Ir f Wif ljt it rtaC i1 i Embroideries 15c Embroideries 12ijc- 15c Embroideries 20c I lot 75u Embroideries 45c Hose 1 Lot 25o Luco Hose lOc 1 Lot 50o Laco Hose S9c Drapery Goods 150 Snow Flukes Drapery SOc 50c Slripod Drapery 40e 25c Scotch Mantras 1Jc Gingham Petticoats 1 Quality Neat Seersucker Stripes JOe Charged At Regular pasI harvestIt story PREMIER iM cause and sowing and reaping the reo wards of consequence- As we watched the reapers in the havest field binding up the sheave the thought no longer appeared mys terlous as to the Bible exposition of the field being the world the angels being the reapers As the good and bad grain is separated and the chaff burned up so the I good and evil deeds are set apart the reward being bestowed according ly a man soweth so shall he reap IAs THE HARVEST Go sow the seeds of faith and love Within each heart where fallow I field Lies cold and lifeless From ahoy An unseen hand will give thee yield Then reap reward in golden grain And ripened miltage God is good He sends the seasons and the rain Tfie gust and unjust having food Go sow the seed of hope and trust Within those minds dark with de spair Tell them the road is white with dust That leads to mansions pure and fall Then reap reward for work well done No sad regrets for fallow lands Within the kingdom of His Son Well know and understandN S COX IMPROVING PROPERTY Judge Ben G Williams is raising the foundation of his cottage on Second street corner of Capital Avenue and will otherwise improve it Mr Carl Kagin is having a second story put on his cottage residenci near the corner of Second and Logan streets which will add very materl ally to Its appearance and the comfort of the family eo A HAPPY MAN Amos F King of Port Byron N IIs 85 years of age since a sore or leg which had troubled him the greater part of his life has been entirely healed by Bucklers Arnica Salve the worlds great healer 01 sores burns cuts wounds and piles Guaranteed by all druggists Price 25 cents RIDING IN THE AIR I Visitors to the Kentucky Fair Will See a Passenger Carrying Airship t a Balloon Race and a Captive Balloon Recognizing the great interest jverywhere In aerial transportation the Kentucky Board of Agriculture under whose auspicles the Kentucky State Fair will be given iu Louisville September lliJl has just closed al contract with Roy Kuabenshue the first American to make a successful light in an airship to exhibit at the Fall his quell passenger carrying air ship and to make from six to twelve lights during the week Mr Kiiabeu ihue agrees not to appear anywhere else in Kentucky or in Southern Inv lima during the year He spent several hours in Louisville last Friday inspecting the new grounds of the c 4a LI Rugs Mattings and Curtains 25 Axminster Rugs 950 20 Velvet or lirussolls Rugs 17 M sittings 25e China Mattings 20c 1 lot 25c China Mattings 15c Curtains 1 lot fiOin Lace Curtains 1 All 2 Lace Curtains 150 All 3 Laceor Muslin Curtains 250 All 5 Lace Curtalnsrt4 All Portiere 4 Short Lengths Brussels and Axminster Carpets 1 yd Carpet fcOc All State Fair and in selecting a placo for his aerodrome in which the air ship would be inspected when not In flightThe contract with Mr Knabenshue calls for a balloon race during tho week and for the exhibition of a cap tive balloonIIn the latter passengers will be carried to a height of six hundred feet as ast as they care to be accom modated The passenger carrying air ship will take up Mr Knabenshuo and two other persons at a time Mr Knabenshues fame as an aero naut Is not confined to the Western Hemisphere He Is as well known as Santos Dumont the famous Frenchrman His first flights was in Octoiber 1904 at the Louisiana Purchase iExposition at St Louis His passenger carrying airship will make only eignt appearances in Amer ica this year These include Louis ville New York the Jamestown Ex position Columbus Des Moines Grand Rapids Nashville and Brock ton The balloon race and the captive balloon will divide honors with the 1 r passenger carrying airship as some of the great amusement features of tine Kentucky State Fair Those who witnessed the balloon race of uly 4 1904 at the St Louis Worlds Fair will recall the enthusiasm that spread not oily over the twelve hundred acres of the Exposition grounds but over all of St Louis The captive balloon will give to the visitor who is too timid to attempt a trip in the passenger carrying airship an oppor tunity to see how it feels to be up in the air The Board of Agriculture has about closed negotiations for a big night spectacle Either Vesuvius or the Siege of Jericho will be put on with a grand lire works display The members of the Board have begun to talk about an attendance aggregating a quarter of a million during the Kentucky State Fair Everything points to the most suc cessful exhibition ever given in the South CONTEST BETWEEN STATES The supremacy of tune Kentucky girl i has been challenged Secretary R E Hughes of the Kentucky State Fair has received a letter from Commis note J C Cooper of Oregon in which he tries to make arrangements for a drill and vocal contest between forty of the hest looking young women of Oregon anti an equal number if the pretty girls of Kentucky at the Kentucky State Felt In Louisville September IGJl The Oregon girls ale coming East on what thew havo heady termed a Triumphal Tour Theft ultimate destination is the Jamestown Exposition En route to mil from Norfolk they want to stop at Louisville sixth hive an exhibition lOt their gracefulness as a drill corps aud a display of their great vocal tblllty I Commissioner Cooper suggested hat President Roosevelt be asked to name a commission of three to lasso upon the merits of the Ken ucky girls and the Oregon girls Any coiumunity in Kentucky which has some young ladles who desire to enter into this contest will now onfer a favor upon Secretary Hughes early date I r an ftr it t t TneFranWortHDunflaDO Entered at the postollice at Frankfort Kcn tucky as secondclass nmilable matter flED A LEWIS Pror and Put FRANKFORT JULY 13 1907 HOW EASY IT IS TO BE MISTAKEN AND DO INJURY We made mention of the arrest of several boys Mast weep who wer charged with larceny and at the time Intentionally left the names out of our report believing that there must have been some mistake In the ma- ttel It turns out just as we believed it would We give below a statement giving the true account of the affair An investigation has developer these facts These two young boy went up the river and picked up someI short pieces of rope off of the bank none of which were more than six feet in length and after washini them they placed them on a raft to dry The owners of the raft had been losing some of their rope am when they found these pieces on their raft they marked them with him chalk and placed a man to watch them The next day when the boy went after their rope they were arrested They deny that they have been guilty of any offense and Mr El Ilott one of the parties to whom the logs belong after a thorough roves tigation of the whole case days that he does not believe these boys art the parties who have been stealing their rope and he will not have any warrants issued against them These boys are members of good families and it is regretted that they have have been accused of any Improper shows how easily a mistake can be made that will injure the character of innocent persons and hOw careful a journalist ought to be to get the real facts before malting a report so well calculated to blight charac 4 ter PICNICED AT PARK it The children of the Southern Pres byterian Church Sundayschool had a tJ delightful picnic at Glenwood Parkon Wednesday last The little folks had the boss time of their lives NrGOOD MAN QUITS RAILROAD SER VICEIMr James R Shaw who has been agent of the L N R R at Jetts for over twentvfour years has resigned the agency to give his whole time to his private business which has grown to be a big thing Mr Shaw has made a host of warm friends by his geniality and Integrity who regret to see him leave Mr W G Abbott of the Bloomfield branch has succeeded Mr Shaw He is said to be a very capable man CROSSED WIRES AND HIGH WIND CAUSE TROUBLE Jouett and Turner Dalley two line men In the employ of the East Ten nessee Telephone Company came near being electrocuted on Tuesday Iafternoon shortly after the high wind ceased blowing The wind had blown down a tree In an alley running from Second to Third streets between Conway and Steele crossing the telephone wires with electric light wires Turner Dailey was operating a pair 01 insulated pliers in cutting the tangled wires apart The pliers slip ped and Daily was given an awful shock and thrown down on a live wire His brother went to his rescue and was himself caught by the live quick head work and rapid acv tion the brothers finally freed them selves and escaped with slight Inji riesSoon after they gamely resume work it was a very narrow escape for both STAMPING If GROUNDt Misses Verlie Konney Lulio Price Alice Wells and Lilian Stone of Frankfort are the attractive guest of friends hore this week D C Robinson and Home I1lessrs each had the misfortune to lose a fine mare last week Dr A Stewart has sold his nice residence property on Main street to Mr S B Triplett Consideration 2000 The Buftalo Springs Baseball Club defeated the Fairbanks Club of Owen county on Saturday afternoon at this place by a score of 14 to 3 The wheat crop nas all been hart vested in this section Some crop have shown up exceptionally well while others are below the average Taken as a whole the crop is a fair oneThe thresher whistle is heard In tin early morning and late evening now Owing to the line weather of last weel the wheat in shock has dried out very nicely We experienced very hot weather from Saturday until Tuesday when showers relieved the tension Corn and tobacco are growing finely now Indeed the remark has made that they were never ImownII to grow faster Our efficient and popular Magistrate Esq T E Gayle has resigned the sition and moved to Midway to reside We regret exceedingly to have him leave us The Governor on Tuesday appointed Mr James B Bramlett to fill the unexpired term of Squire Gayle He will make a capable officer UNO FLAG FORK We are needing rain In this part of the county The crops are looklnt dry and if it does not rain soon the crops will be short at harvest The raspberries are about gone but I think there will be plenty of blackberries wherever there are any vines Dr Moore Is rapidly recovering He was able to attend church at Leb anon on Sunday last and came neat devouring all the dinner that was on the groundIThe singing school at Lebanon Is still in progress Miss Susie Slattery has a new beau He accompanied her and Miss Cora North to Frankfort on the Fourth of JulyMrs Ella Penn and Mrs Sarah Lee risited their relatives Mrs Eldora North and family last week Miss Mary Hulette attended the dedication at Beech Ridge on the 5th B Nash and wife spent the fourth of July at their hone with heir relatives numbering about 30 In ill They had their pictures made It was quite a large family group Mr Ben Slattery son and daughter Luther and Susie attended church at L ebanon Sunday last Mr Gordon Luckett and Miss Cordie Long Mr Lucien Long and Miss Ef tie Bishop Mr Arman Hulette and Miss Lizzie Ellis Mrs Austin Wat and Miss Sue Gordon and Mr IltinS Onan and Miss Vella Thurman were cm driving Sunday evening Mr Oscar Wade and Miss Mary Hu ette attended church Sunday at Leb inonMiss Matt Wade had a new bean Sunday Mr Rufus Harrod from Bag ladMr Oscar Allison and Miss Cora North went to meeting at Flag Fork Saturday night but were disappointed BLACK EYES zoooooooooooflo Scott s z nursing mothers by increasing y their flesh and 9nerve force It provides baby with the necessary fat- etnd mineral food for healthy growth S ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 10O 000000000000000000000 i t ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frankfort Ky postofllce for the week end July 9 1907 ling Samuel Miss E Miss Vivian Albert Luke Allen L B Bell James Bllley Prof Ernest Brown Miss Mamie Brown Mrs L Bueler Miss MaryIClark Clark- Cooperative Dlst Co Fanning Roy Harrod Onie- itenderson Allen Hunter B B t Johnson Spencer Jones Amanda Kiser Lark Leamzi Crawford J McChord Miss Mary McGuire Mark Meek Mrs Carrie No 77 Murray street Nickle Miss Ella Newton J Will Reed Mrs Annie Roberts Miss Laurie Sanders Miss Myrtle Shackelford Mrs John Thompson James S Thorsen A uscarlIVaughn Mrs Lizzie Wruchey Miss Mine H Wood Sidney White Mrs Alice Watson Frank Wheeler Willie When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M SCOTT COUNTY FAIR We would earnestly urge our readers not to forget the Scott Count Fair which will be held at George town on August 6th to 9th inclusive It will be a real genuine old fashion ed fair and not simply called a fall to hide tne fact that it is a series ol every one who can attend eSt peclally the first day as Gus Jauber is to furnish burgoo for 5000 people Yum Yuma l LIVE THE KING Is the popular cry throughout European countries while in America the cry of the present day is Long live Dr Kings New Discovery King of Throat and Lung Remedies of which Mrs JUlia Ryder Paine Truro Mass says It never falls to give immedi ate relief and to quickly cure a cougl or cold Mrs Paines opinion is alsc shared by a majority of the inhabl tants of this country New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats aft ter all other remedies have failed and for coughs and colds its the proven remedy Guaranteed by all druggists 150 cents and 100 bottles Trial bottle free Piles get quick and certain r relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Please note it is made alone for Piles and its action is positive and certain Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large nickelcapped glass jars 5C cents Sold by all dealers EXCURSION TO HIGH BRIDGE The F C and Q C Railways vill run an excursion train to High Bridge tomorrow Sunday July 14th The train will leave this city at 7 a m sharp Returnng will reach home at 050 p m Fare for round trip 1100 Fare for rotund trip to Georgetown will be only 50 cents VHATS THE MATTER WITH THE STATE OF SWEET OWEN The grand jury of Owen county has returned 45 indictments against pret tr much every prominent politician and county official who have had charge of the affairs of that county for earsIIt looks like a verification of the old aying that one party having every lung its own way in a county for a generation is very apt to become corrupt APPOINTED CITY JUDGE IMr Randolph H Blain for many attorney of the Louisville School Board has been appointed Judge of the Louisville City Court by the Gov Blain is a fine lawyer and an pright and honorable gentleman I j 2ltJJ 1 Pleasant to taker jjjrk 1 LaxativeSyrup TI J f l tNATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION t J tAsk Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts art if the best medicines for Constipation as they bring aboi normal action of the bowels wh n minerals aifiptf are irritating to the intestines I L Vegetableabout 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 Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches j StonesWheelborrowsiThresher S Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches d Pipe Fittings and Wrenches f FRANK GSTAGGI Hardware Paints Oils Etc J I CapitolFoundry MachUIeICoHOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in and Repairers of 4 tSuppliesBoth New and Secondhand IWE HAVE FOR SALE Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boller Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Nine horse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrs200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONES J Badly Shattered Nerveand Weak Heart Too Nervous to Sleet or Kest DrMUes Heart Cure and Nervine Cured Me awwayleadsially where the patients heart is weak fron hereditary or other causes Dr Miles Year Cure is not only a great heart regulator hut it is a blood tonic which andregulatestlrc hearts action enriches the blood and improves the circulation It wil build it did Mr Crawford whose letterfollows and greatly improve your general health I have been so greatly benefited by Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure that I recommend them as the best remedies for the diseases they are recommended to cure When began taking these medicines I weighed scarcely pounds my nerves were badly shattered my troubled me a great deal I had pain in my left arm onrpalpitateIsuffering great distress and was so restless dayNowmy nerves are steady as a die I sleep well eat welland weigh 163 pounds am happy 4 wow and am trying to make back the goodtTexas All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Niles Remedies Send for free book t AddressDr THE BUGGY DIDNS SCARE A lady who Is constantly In morta dread of her horse taking fright at an automobile and running away with was out driving with a friend one last week when her horse cast n lday She stopped at a blacksmiths shop to have It replaced and in order to do so the smith unhitched the horse and took him into the shop leavinj the ladles seated in the buggy In a few minutes an automobile came chug chugging along the pike and at sigh of it the lady in question made a spring and went over the wheel to the ground forgetting that the horse was out of the shafs and she was ionly in danger of the vehicle taking fright and running away UNIVERSAL REGRET There has been a universal expres slon of regret that financial difficulties of such a character asl rendered ant assignment imperative should have overtaken the big dry goods and no tion house of S D Johnson Co ol this city It is earnestly hoped that they may be able to arrange their affairs so that they may reopen their house The asignment took place last Fri day night rtt aNOVEL AWARD Contest For Fastest Walking Horse at Blue Grass Fair A gentleman who does not desire his identity known has offered a pre mium of 50 for a novel contest at the Blue Grass Fair to be given out Fri day August 16 The class in the cata logue will read For F F Walker- WorryKillquick N C offers t for the fastest fiatfooted horse mart tor at the walk serviceable soundness and freedom from actual vice the only points to be consider- edIf t Breaks from the gait a serious fault tobe considered by the judge at his own discretion y Unsoundness of vice that unfits the animal for use to disqualify In a letter of explanation to Secre tary Jouett Shouse the donor of this novel premium says I have not heard that Worry and Killquick in North Carolina have consolidated but in North Carolina they do such odd things In consolida tlons that the fact of these towns be ing some hundreds of miles apart I does not make consolidation an im possioility to the outsiders view I enclose memo of all the conditions IiJffftI have to make for fast walkers IX ought not to worry or kill quick f Tho real object oC the offering of this premium is to encourage the cul tlvation of the useful and valuable walking horses that In time olden days h wero of such great service partial l larly in the mountain sections of the State It will bo a novel and valuable ac quisition to the prize list of the lilac Grass Fajr H 1000 PPREMIJM Richest Award Under Same Com tlons Ever Offered at a Fair Another 1000 premium has heen added to the classification for the Bluo Grass Fair to be held at Lexington during the week of August 12th to ITlh it is the richest Premium ever oi fered under true same conditions at any fair or horse show In the United States and Is certain to result In a splendid contest that will attract national attention- It is a special premium donate by a group of men whose particular object is to see that the production of a flvegaited combined horse the superior of any such horse the bree of American saddle horse has yet pro ducedRecognizing the fact that one hors is no criterion of the fitness of certain blood to produce a given object they offer In their own language the following conditions viz Two the get of one size stallions mares or geldings or of mixed sex four years old and over To be shown first in harness when consideration governing your fine harness horse shall prevail and then to be shown under saddle when consideration governing your FiveGalted Saddle Horses shall prevail To use the ran uage of your specifications showing In harness under the conditions named to count forty per cent and show- Ing under the saddle under conditions named to count sixty per cent W the subscribers claim the privilege of naming the judge and will furnish his name to your secretary on Monday J August 5 1907 The subscription offered is all to go to the first two horses You may tie red ribbons or the second two if you like To the first two 1000 a SCOTT COUNTY FAIR We are in receipt of a com pIt men ary tlclcet to the Scott County Fair which will be held at Georgetonw ommenclng Tuesday August 6th and ontlriuing until and including Friday August 9th This Is a first class old fashioned air and Is well worth attending There is no fake attached to It We eturn our thanks to Secretary T I Bell for his courtesy and hope be able to attend Franklin county people should al rais go STOLEN From the farm of J P Conway tear Benson Station on L N R R One bright sorrel mare about years old large ankle right front foot lazed face Was stolen Thursday tight June 27 1907 Will pay a lib rah reward for any Information leading to the recovery of the mare J P CONyAY Frankfort Ky R F D No 4 July 13lt Verdict for Dr Pierce AGAINST THE Ladies Home Journal Sending truth after a lie It is an old maxim that a lie will travel seven leagues while truth Is getting its boots on and no doubt hundreds of thousands of good people read the unwarranted and malicIous attack upon Dr R V Pierce and his Favorite Prescription published In the May 1904 number of the Ladles dome Journal with its great black dls play headings who never saw tho humble groveling rotructlon with its Inconspicuous heading published two months ater It was boldly charged In tho sltuul roes and libelous article that Dr Picrcos favorite Prescription for tho euro of ivomaus weaknesses und ailments contained alcohol and other harmful Ingredl mats Dr Pierce promptly brought suit against tho publishers of tho Ladles Homo Journal for 2PO00000 damages Dr Piece alleged that Mr link the editor maliciously published tho article containing uch false and defamatory natter vltK thin Intent of Injuring his iuslncs ffurthermorp that no alcohol or other furious or habitforming drugs ire orer were contained In his Fa onto Arcsofiptlon that said medicines mad fpom native medicinal roots and ontaUisi0 harmful ingredients what iverod that Mr links malicious stato ncifyf were wholly and absolutely false e iOn og won rcee o a Of blill ne tit se to ur f n n em non hI crt ed till 11 n o o Nil r fulerif These facts were also proven in the trial ol tho action In tho Supremo Court Hut tho msinessof Dr Ilerco was greatly Injured by he publication of the libelous article with its great display headings within hundreds of thousands who read tint wickedly defamatory irtido never saw tho humble groveling ro rnctlon sot in snail typo and made as Incon plcuous as possible Tho matter was how evcr brought boforo a Jury In tho Supremo Jonrt of New York Stato which promptly emlerecl a verdict In tho Doctors favor Hius his traducers camo to grief and their mso slanders woro refuted will give pleasuro to show our present offerings anti priced furniture shall also be to our sort that both appropriate durable liberal partial payment plnntt little a time as your income permits R ROGERS Sc THE CHARMING WOMAN is not necessarily one of perfect form and features Many a plain woma who could never as an artist model possesses those rare qualities all the world admires neatness clear eyes clean smooth skin cnd that sprightliness of step action that accompany good health A physically weak woman is never attrac not even to herself ElectrIc Bitters restore weak women give strong nerves bright smooth velvety skin complexion Guaranteed by all druggists 50c aUnited States of America Eastern Dlstriu of Kentucky- In the United States District Court in and said District Referee District 6 In the matter of Mar aretta H M Johnson trading as S D Johnson Co Bankrupt In Bankruptcy NO To or Mnrgaretta H M John son trading ns S D Johnson Co of Frank fort In the county of Franklin and district aforesaid n bankrupt Notice is hereby that on thin 8th day at Jul A D 1t07 the said Marietta H M Johnson trading as S D Johnson was duly adjudicated bankrupt and that the firs meeting of her bs held at nr l office in the city of Frankfort Ky on Saturday the ath day of A oalloclock In the forenoon at which than creditors may nttonAf wove their claims ap point a trustee examine the bankrupt am transact such business as may properl come before soul meeting D W LINDSEY Referee in Bankruptcy It HON W B MOODY TO TRY HAR CIS c TIle Governor has appointed W B Moody of New Castle to sit as special judge to try the case of the Commonwealth v James Hargis Ed Callahan c charged with the mur tier of Dr B D Cox The case was set called at the county sea of Elliott county on Tuesday JulY 9th Cheapest accident insuranceDr Thomas Electric Oil Stops the palm and heals the wound All druggists sell weavers Treatment Syrup for blood for akin DISEASES CURES BLOOD SKIN CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or full of humors if yon have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores aches and pains stop the blood is made pure and Druggists or by express per large bottle Sample by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deep seated cases as it cures after all else falls 21y Chesapeake Ohio Ry 2f 1Ulln sub ject to change without notice Limited for illeNnsitvill 12 phis West mud Senlh i est 920 A 31 ami 514 P Daily Limited for Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Point Norfolk 1010 A H 801 Dally 23lyr r t J Buy Furniture r 1 conomically Extra vMjiMiKe consists in buying till wrong thing the wrong price Economy consists in buying tIll right thing at the right price Tf yon are truly economical you buy furniture merely because it is cheap It should bu bought first for its appropriateness ami sec for its in fine medium It us you the is and wo glad tell you of at 5N5 r serve that and tire eyes beautiful for No July July Hon to be it Dr the Cerate heal and rich free Mar Sot nail and at will not ond 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 f price Our work is strictly hand made and is sold under a guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle that is firstclass and will give perfect satisfaction drop us a card and we will call to see you We know we can suit you in both quality und prices All we ask is an opportunity to discuss the matter with you 5 t Seller Carriage GoI VERSAILLES KY H K WARD C M BROWNING President Sec and Treas AllappyNewYear Is assured to all users of PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR iI For Sale by all Grocers Send us your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit aiid Produce HEISE SONstST CLAIR STREETtIBoth Phones tJt ki AM READY TO MAKE THE B- ESTPHOTOS And all StTles of Portraits and Groups at mynew Gallery South Frankfort Bridge St new Call on the Relia ble Photographerr HG MATTERN I if iJ ii f f MA SELBERTI THE f LEADING JEWELER f t LSATE CROPF REPORT SHOWS CONDITIONS FINE t J f FRANKFORT KY July 9N o Statement of the condition of crops at the first of July was issued by thefI if iState Agricultural Department here but the statistics showing the relative comparisons of the various crops with last year are given Theset r as a whole make a much better showt Ing for all crops in Kentucky at this eraperiod of this month than on the first i day of June V Wheat corn and oats show a marlr led increase in percentage and other ki crops have also impmvW great Within n months time owing to the seasonable weather i refigures on the showing of th f crops are as follows r CornAcreage of 1907 compared cwith acreage of last year 95 per cent Condition of crop July 1 1907 79 per it cent 0WheatProspective yield compared lr with yield year 94 per cent Condition crop July 1 1907 90 per trtrcentOatsProspective yield compared Wl with yield of last year 75 per cent Condition of crop July 1 1907 72 per rFCentfljr Rye Prospective yield compared f With yl gUflf VoUyeaC aS per cent ri Condition of crop July 1 1907 86 per cent HempAcreage of 1907 compared I with acreage of last year 96 per cent Condition of crop July 1907 91 per cent itTobaccoBurler Acreage of 1907 of last year tl 90 per cent Condition of crop July rI1907 83 per cent Per cent of crop of 1900 unsold July 1907 per z cent Dark Acreage of 1907 compar ed with acreage of last year 72 per l1cent Condition of crop July 1 1907 78 per cent Per cent of crop of 190C fJJIIId July 1907 22 per cen- tGraseesPasturesCondition July tL 1 1907 92 per cent Meadows Con y l1 dition July 1907 S4 per cent Clover Old Condition July 1907 84 per cent young 87 per cent Alfalfa t a Acreage 1907 compared with acreage Rh i of last year 90 per cent ih Stock PeasAcreage of 1907 com I pared with acreage of last year 78 11 per cent Condition of crop July 1 1 1907 85 per cent PotatoesAcreage of 1907 compared rJ with acreage of last year 96 per cent 1+ Prospect for full crop 96 per cent M 1 FruitApples Prospects for full crop 32 per cent Peaches Prospects 7ti1 for full crop 16 per cent Other r Fruits Prospects for full crop 56 per centSorghumAcreage of 1907 compared with acreage of last year 84 per cent Millet Acreage of 1907 compared with acreage of last year 86 per cent KINGS DAUGHTERS CONCERT Notwithstanding the very inclem ent weather of Thursday evening there was a good crowd present at the Kings Daughters Concert The music was delightful and charmed all who braved the elements to attend We are glad to report the affair a r success financially RUNAWAY The delivery wagon of Brightwells cgrocery driven by John Flynn was smashed against a street car on Thursday by the horse running away on account of being stung by bees at the corner of Todd and Logan streets Flynn was bruised up but not serious hurtu t rr iift r IIJ11 ii Cf BIRTHS HALLAt Norton Infirmary Louis yule on July 3 to Col Thos A Hall wife a daughterElizabeth Ha zelrigg TUTTLEIn this city on Monday Mr Ed E Tuttle and vdfe twins DAMAGYSTORM During the fierce storm of wind thunder lightning and rain of Yed nesday afternoon a large tree at Point Breeze was struck br1ight ning the bark literally peeled off and the body of the tree split half in two from bottom to top A large shade tree In front of 111 Z T Thomasons residence on Logan street was blownxdovn and on top of the front porch of the residence Many trees vre uprated in ranr sections of n cc ty ri tries ing torn up in oc yard of a at the Forks of Elkhorn and familrI a person was hurt Limbs were blown off of innumerable trees in the city itself but no material damage done otherwise A FIRST CLASS pllAN Copt Stanley Hollinsworth is ace ductor on the Southern Railroad having his run from Georgetown to Vel sallies and is one of the cleveres and most accommodating conductors with whom we have ever been thrown He is always in a good humor it males no difference how irritating and troublesome his passengers become and is especially kind to ladies and children looping after their comfort whenever possible He is an altogether and all arour gentleman and efficient officer I suffered habitually from constipation Doans Regulets relieved and strengthened the bowels so that tne have been regular ever sinceE A Davis grocer Sulphur Springs Texas EXAMINATIONS FOR STAT SCHOLARSHIPS Wq are requested by County Superintendent E R Jones to announc that there will be an examination of applicants for two State Colleg Scholarships held by him on Satin lay July 20 at the courthouse One scholarship will be for four year and the other for only one year This is a chance for worthy aUlI industrious young people to obtain an education such as few get at the mous State College and there should be a number of applicants for the examination Stop That Cole To check or Grippe with Preventlcs1 means sure defeat for 1neumoiila To stop u col with Ireventlcs is safer than to let it run and be obliged to euro it afterwards To bo surf Prt entice will cure even a deeply seated cold bu taken earlyat the sneeze stage they break or head oil these early colds Thats surely bettei Thats why they are called Proventics Preventlcsaro little Candy Cold Cures No Quin Inc no physic nothing sickening Nlcu for thu children and thoroughly safe too you fee chilly if you sneeze if you ache all over think of Proventics Promptness may also halt you usual sickness And dont forget your child f there is feverishness nlrgrtor day Herein probably lies Proventics greatest efllciency Sold in to boxes for the pocket also in 25c boxes of Proveutlcs Insist on your druggists giving y- oiPrcvcntics ALL DEALERS i I BERTHS I- HhRRODOn for the West Side on Sunday Mrs Ovis Harrod aged about 40 years of consumptional Mrs Harroa was a worthy Chris tian lady She leaves a husband anda1 fit e small children to mourn herhi death the youngest a babe of a fewse days What a sad picture of life The funeral and burial took place a at Switzer on Monday afternoon- TAYLORIn of this city on Thursday July 4 Agnes Taylor infant daughter of Mr E Hickory Taylor and wife aged two months The funeral and burial took place Friday afternoon- SULLIVANAt in her home neat Peaks Mill on Sunday Mrs Nancy Sullivan widow of the late Esq T N Sullivan aged about 81 years Mrs Sullivan was a devout Chris woman and had spent a long life in the service of the Master she loved I The funeral services were conduct ed Monday afternoon and the remains were interred in our cemetery She leaves fivp sons and a large circle of relatives in this city and county to mourn Irel departure She was also the sister of Mrs John A Bell of Louisville We tender our sincerest sympathy to the afflicted family CRAIGAt her home in Linneus Mo on Wednesday Jufy 3 Mrs Mary A Craig aged 92 years widow of the late Mr Herman Craig and daughter of the late Mr Bernard Giltner of Woodford county She was born raised and married in Woodford county later going to Linn county Mo to reside She leaves three sons and one daughter besides numerous grandchildren to mourn her death She was an aunt of the late Col Louis D Craig and a cousin of Mrs George A Lewis and Miss Belle Glltner of this city She was a lifelong member of the Baptist Church having united with that church In early girlhood She and lived thewas a devout Christian life of such an one Her memory will long remain as a sweet perfume in the hearts of those who knew and loved her She rests in peace and her works do follow her- REMOVING OLD EYESORE The L N R R Is tearing away the old eyesore so long known as the L S N depot It is expected that the building will have disappeared almost entirely by the time this paper Is Issued The new depot is a beautiful convenient tructure and will be a source of pride to our citizens NARROW ESCAPE OF LITTLE LAD The two year old son of Mr Press Douthltt an employe of the Frank fort Distillery at Forks of Elkhorn had a narrow escape from instant death on Tuesday afternoon IIt seems that the little fellowwas playing on a back porch of the home on the West Side when he fell to ground a distance of some fifteen feetStrange to say he sustained no lIe rious injury so far as the physicians- ould seeIIDtm Early Risers The famous iittte pills r jJ t J I t1 II r r X2Ir I I MA SELBERTIi TH- ELEADING ri JEWElERii i OUR SUMMER SCHOOLS With three great Summer Schools Sundayschool workers in our reach it will be almost criminal for Sundayschool not to send at least representative These schools in every respect up to the vei standard Every Sunday should send at least one deleI pay his way and have him full report to the school on his rei turnThe first of these schools in Joint time is the one at Monteagle Tennessee only a short distance fromI Nashville and Nashville is only miles from the southern border of Kentucky Dr Hamil the dean has spared no pains to make this theI greatest thing of its kind not the South but in America He hasI secured a onefare rate for the trip and good board can be secured for 7 to 10 per week This males the expense exceedingly light Besides the advantage of the school Monteagle is a delightful summer resort where you can spend your vacation at a small outlay The date of the school is July 2130 Those who contemplate going should write at once to F A Butler Monteagl Tenn for list of boarding houses The next school in point of time is our own school at Owensboro August 4iD in connection with the Seven Hills Chautauqua Subjects of vital import to Sundayschool workers of every class will be discussed bvex- perts who are making a speciatr of their respective lines of work This is an opportunity that should be grasped with eagerness especially b the workers In the Western part of the State Last but not least is the school at Winona Lake Ind August 916 Winona Is the most popular summer resort for Christian workers In America This school is the first of the ternational Training Schools and is therefore the mother of them all It began with and has maintained a high standard ofi excellence Last year a large number registered from Kentucky and it ought to be more than doubled this year The railroad will give reduced rates and good hoard can be secured for 6 to 10 pel week t Remember the State Convention at Maclisonville August 2729 It will be the greatest ever held in the State For further information and fuil program of either of these meeting write to E A Fox Louisville Ken tucky KEEPS UP WITH THE PROCES SION ICo John D Sallee manager of the Co has determined to lCep his line up with the procession and has attached fenders upon the cars running upon our streets He keeps things humming right along and the consequence is that the line Is patronized now as it has neve been before The fenders will render it almost Impossible for anyone to be run eve by the cars and is a thing that ha long been needed rFOR SALE A Thresher Separator at a hat ale P SCOTT IW Bank Building i S Wi fr xv f Let me mail you free to provemerit of Dr Re iDleys Address me Dr Shoop Racine VIs Troubles of the r Heart or Kidneys are merelyeosymptoms of a deeper ailment Dont make the common error of treating iymptons 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 Heart and Kidneys as well have theirirlontrolllng or inside nerves Weaken these nerves and you Inevitably have weak vital organs Here is where Dr Shoops Restorative has made its- Patna No other remedy even claims to treat the inside nerves Also for bloating biliousness bad breath or complexion use Dr Shops Re jstorative Write for my free Book Ion Dr Shoops Restorative Sold by1 dealers SKATING RINK IS A GO Ground was broken on Monday by r Messrs Scott S Coin the contractors ifor the erection of the skating rink m the lot immediately adjoining the home of Mr John W Ray on Sec md street Ix3762911 IN MONEY FOR KENrTUCKY BOYS Capt C C Calhoun brought hereon Saturday and delivered to Gov tecUham drafts for the above sumiwhich will be distributed to the Ken uclcy soldiers of the Spanish war who t1Il were members of the Fourth Ken f uclcy Infantry and the two Troops ofjCavalry This money was due for service be ween the time of enlistment and f ouster into the United States ArJEYjIIt will be good news for the boys THE LIVER QUARANTINE HIS l Hurried eating hanined many a manetostomach The digestiondestroying pro cess is gradual often unnoticed at first But it a short time until the liver balks the digestive organs give way and almost countless ills assail the man who endeavors to economize time at the ex of his health JA torpid liver causes a quarantine of thetentire system It locks in the tgerms and poisons and affords them full inviting some serious illness Jin families where August Floweris used a sluggish liver and constipation are un known so are all stomach ailments an well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn headaches and kidney and affeci tions No wellregulated family ehouldlisbe without this standard remedy QTwo sizes 25C and 750 All druggist It 1For sale by J W Gayle 1jj Woven Wire fencest t W D C LAYARDIAgent for for J Lamb WoOen Wire Fence Peerless Woven Wire Fence and Peerless Jr 4lr Poultry Fence 12 MIdi l ItNo11 r ill R r I i2fr J J Tct The Good Old Summer Time f I Creates a demand for North Star Refrigerators Water 0001818I r Ice Cream Freezers Ice Chests Sprinkling Hose Screen V 0 Wire Screen Cloth and Screen Doors Can and examine our stock 0tlj m j 1 P C SOWRR CO i 307309 Main Street Hardware Merchants Both Phones 88 t Irr r rl I RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinn the rect tor being absent Mr C L will conduct the service at ClingmanI r and 730 p m 930 a m Sundayschool chapel iWednesdar evening prayer at 730 1pm The public generally invited to at tend BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M B Adams the will at i 11 a m and 8 p Sundayschool mIBaracca class at 945 a m taught by the pastorI iPrayer meeting Wednesday evening f 745 in the chapel Visitors cordially Invited Seats lfreCHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson the pastor being away on his 1vacation Rev Jos M Severance will Ha m No evening ser V4vice at 930 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society meets at 700 in the chape- lPrayermeeting on Wednesday even ing at 730 oclock in the Chapel The Junior Society meets Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Everybody invited i CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas S Major will conduct servic es as follows fiqLoW Mass at 730 a m Mass at 10 a m J Sundayschool at 2 p in iVespers at 730 p m H FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH t pasipm Sundayschool at 930 a m jIi Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 630 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J OI tN l A Vaught Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 p m SundayschooJ 945 a m l Prayermeeting on Wednesday even ing at 730 pom Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRE S B Y T E R I AN Wm Crowe the pas lClIURCHRovr at 11 a m and 745 pm Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Syndayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Invited to attend VEverybody tBELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday Iti school at 300 oclock p m If i THORN HILL There will be Sun dayschool every Sunday afternoon in the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p mIDr Weavers Treatment 8ynp purifies the blood Cerite heals gUa eruption BIG DISTILLERY SUSPENDS FOR SEASON Baker Bros Distillery located at the Forks of Elkhorn closed down for season on Thursday last This house mashed bushels and has made a very successful run during the season just closed The closing of this house leaves the Old Crow Distillery ot W A Gaines to Co the only one operating in the Seventh District SELL ONE SALOON Messrs Coleman McKeever have SideICo e JAY ROBINSON SELLS OUT Mr Jay Robinson who owned a saloon on Broadway street between Ann and Lewis has sold the same to Mr Robert Triplett PECULIAR ACCIDENT While hauling a load of old whisky which had been taxpaid from the Old Crow Distillery on Saturday the frame which held five barrels of the whisky on top of the wagonabove the barrels that were headed up In the bottom of the bed broke and the whisky on the wagon above tenfm burst open the whisky being lost The accident occurred when the wagon was ascending the steer Wal cutt hillIThis is the first time such an ac cident has ever pccurred and the wagons have been loaded in this way for many years The loss was very heavy e rANOTHER MISTAKE OF THE WHISKY MEN- The whsky men of Cynthlana made one of the worst mistakes they could have made on Saturday last It appears that the friends of local option had gone to the various members of the City Council and asked permission to erect a large tent to hold their meetings in the City Council as a body not going to held a meet Ing In time for the matter to be acte upon They secured the written permission of a majority of the Council for the erection of the tent and went ahead with their work headed by Rev J L Clark the pastor of the Methodist Church Rev J 1L Plem mons pastor of the Baptist church and a number of the best men In the cityMayor F S Ashorook who Is a distiller and head of the whisky interest at once issued a warrant for the arrest of these gentlemen charg Ingthem with obstructing the streets and they were taken before the City Judge who dismissed the warrant The news of the arrests soon spread throughout the city anti county and aroused a very angry and bitter Ing It certainly was a big mistake on the part of the saloon element The election Is called for Thursday July 18 and even If the local option people had been guilty of a technical vilolatlon of a city ordinance in erect ing the tent without the formal consent of the City Council policy should have dictated that they be not mo lested when the same authorities know that the saloon men are contin ually violating the law governing their business intensified- the Their action has only bitter feeling against saloon1 and doubtless will result In thou being driven out of Cynthlana and Harrison countyAnother Illustration of the old prov erb whom the Gods would destroy the first make mad CURT SAMPLES Curt Samples who lives near BenI- son came to town on Monday up on booze and took two quarts of whisky and two bottles of beer Ho went home on the 320 train laid down near the track his shoulders just being just In line with the pilot of a locomotive The 435 train struck him and pitched him to one side Strange to say only a slight gash was Inflicted In the shoulder He was brought here and Dr Hume fixed him up and he was put in the workhouse I will mall you free to prove merits samples of my Dri Shoops Restorative and by Book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or the Kidneys are merely symptoms of a deeper ailment Dont make the common error of treating symptoms only Symptoms treatment is treating the result of your ailment and not the cause Weak Stomach nerves the inside nerves mean stomach weakness always And the heart and kidneys as well have their controlling or Inside nerves Weak en 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 Re storative Write me today for sam pe and free book Dr Shoop Racine Wis The Restorative Is sold by all druggists eel languid weak rundown Headache Stomach offJust a plain case of lazy liver Burdock Brood Bitters tones the liver and stom ach promotes digestion purifies the blood A CAMPAIGN OFFER The Most Liberal Campaign Offer Ever Made by The Evening Post I From Now to November 9 1907 For One Dollar If you want to read the news when is news if you want only the news lit is new and true you should read Evening Post Think of getting Kentuckys greatest newspaper for NoIborhood and who they are and be convinced that The Evening Post is the biggest brightest and best daily in the South Even if you are now taking some other paper how can you afford to miss this opportunity to secure The Evening Post at such a greatly reduc ed rate Bear in mind that this offer is made only for those who cal not get The Evening Post through a car rier or agent The offe is trade for mall subscribers only thsa living In ihn country or in small towns whore the paper can not be delivered hyOiir agents From now intil November election for orIy 100 Address Th3 Evening Post Louisviie Ky or Roundabout Frankfort Ky tfI 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 raucb 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 e Dr Weavers Syrnp anti Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin dtseawa THE BIG BLUE GRASS FAIR INCORPORATED AT LEXINGTON KY RAug 1247OVER PremiumsII Days 6 25 000 In In Premiums KOPPS MILITARY BAND The Great Knabenshue Airship DAILY ASCENTS The Best and Most Extensive List of Free Attractions in the Country 16 Thrilling Acts Each DayI6F- or Preliminary Prize List and Catalogue address JOUETT SHOUSE Secretary Lexington Ky h CATALOGUE IN PRESS I Slue Grass Fair Booklet to be Issued 1 Next Week 1Fallfair catalougue ever issued in the South Mr George Ford Morris ofICnicago the well known artist Is drawing a special cover design which will be printed In five colors The wholq catalogue will be on the best grade of paper and gotten up fn the mW approved fashion It will con tarn from a hundred and fifty to a hundred and seventyfive pages A complete list of rrules and regulations rules governing the several apart X41Thewill be shown in full naming the time at which each of the many rings will be contested- It Is the biggest program which the people of Kentucky were ever given the opportunity to witness and and embraces a premium list carrying over Jhirty thousand dollars In ditipj to the classification for adJstt brown in the preliminary list of the Fair the full classification for vegetables and melons field seed r and grain plants and flowers womens work and table luxuries will also be shown Ample provision has been made for all these various depart ments such premiums as are certain to draw a splendid exhibition Catalogues will be mailed as soon as Issued and all who desire them are requested to write to Jouett Shouse Secretary of the Blue Grass Fair Association Lexington Ken tacky The people of this community who may know of others in other of the State who should have of this catalogue will confer a favor upon the management bycaplesIing in such names THE GRAND MASTER COMINGf 1 On Thursday evening next July 18 f Mr Samuel K Veach of Carlisle Most Worshipful Grand Master of Ma r sons In Kentucky will visit Hiram Lodge No4 of this city and exem plify the work of the Sublime of Master Mason The work DegreeJput on in the best style of tlngilshed brother and no son In the city should miss the IaItunity to witness the Mr Scott Brown of this county be the candidate to receive the de gree and every member of Hiram Lodge is urged to be present to as sist in making the occasion impres sin as well as instructive A frater nal Invitation Is extended to every Master Mason sojourning In the city members of sister lodges to attend and witness the ceremonies Jtelbenefit to the Lodge This signature or ry hoc of tho genuine IILaxative Irllt ItScabtets fin ac rocioily tit iva r calU in t ne tiny J f lyn CLEARANCE SALE MENS AND YOUNG MENS SUITSf The Greatest Clearance Sale of Mens Suits Ever Known in Frankfort y Its time to clean out spring suits Weve sold more clothes in four months this spring than in six months last spring But weve bought moreqzPYtoo so we start this sale with a greater variety to select from and better to give than weve ever before offered in a clearance sale You know ecceptrImany a good many at less than half price Come early and get choiceI 14 SUITSWORTH 353025W L Aa Choice now of any mans or young mans suit in the store worth 35 30 or 25 at 14 None re served Every suit hand tailored many of them made of imported worsteds quite a few either silk lined or with silk sleeve linings The choicest of this seasons novel ties the best staple patterns Less than half price on many suits in this lot and every suit right up to- the McClure standard of the finest ready towear thats made Early corners get choice Blacks and 1blues included HALF PRICE BOYS KNEE PANTS SUITS Any knee pants suit in the store at just half price About 300 suits to select from to begin with 1000 SUITS NOW 500 80O SUITS NOW 4007 OO SUITS NOW 350 600 SUITS NOW 300 ir 5OO SUITS NOW 250 350 SUITS NOW 175 38 SUITS t WORTH 15 12 1O Any man or young mans suit in the store worth regularly less than 20 except mohairs now at r 8 Hand finished worsteds the popular cassimeres two piece suits just right for summer wear Every pattern a good one every suit a good fitting one and made right Choice now for 800 Blacks and blues included Mohair coats and pants not included in this offer t Now remember Every mans l young mans and boys suit in stock except about 30 mohair suitsisssa included in this sale It is foraOASHonly and we are compelledt to charge for alterations Eight hundred mens and young mens and three hundred boys suits todcommence with The prices are very unusual You can not afford not to be an early buyer Y t R E McClure BonsINCORPORATED it4t r