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THE FRANKFORROUNDABOUTuu GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO OGtAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEKMS X f 100 In Advance u Lb LVOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JULY 20 1907 NOag FRANKFORTS PROGRESSIVE MERCHlNTS GEORGE m SALEXDEnI Staple and Fan tions Cigars and Country No 10 Second St ProduceINow Phone 517 June 15Hin KODAKS LECOMPTE GAYLB CO I EBNEE juno lfi I ISouth I St UNDRY JThe M N Laundry aims do the hest work in the State All work called for told deliver ed E G NELL Agent Office 223 St Clair St up stairs J15- OmPLUMBINGI I When in need of lirstclnss now or old sanitary work call on Chas Whitehead 104 St Clair street Ready at all times with II prices to suit the most skeptical Both Phones 105 June lei611- 1Triio Franktort lCB GmllUBIlY Manufacturers of Pure Artificial Ice made from Distilled Water Factory Nos 102 104 100 and 108 Main Street Phones S9 and 89 The largest and best equipped plant in the State june 15tim C W VOGLER Dealer in j Fancy and Staple Grocer ies Tinware Etc Cor June UPItodate W J SCOTTOW Country Produce a Specialty Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Both Phones Cor 2nd Bridge- Stree l5 juno Infull SCHOOL PER CAPITA FOR THE STATE The school per capita for the publl schools of the State was announced on Friday last as 340 This is 10 cents higher than it was last year This will be good news for t11Apoor ly paid and hardworked teachers of tho public schools of the State APPOINTMENT OF OFFICERS FOI JEFFERSON COUNTY County Judge W P Lincoln on Monday appointed the following oil cers for Jefferson county to serve until the election In November SheriffA Scott Bullitt County Clerk Phil B Thompson JoronerDr Ellis Duncan County Attorney Robert Lee Page- SurveyorEmile Pragoff JallerJ IL 111an- 7AssessorJohn M Adams Of the new appointees Messrs PHanz and Adams were members of the old ticket which the Court of Appeals declared were not elected in November 1905 RESISTED OFFICER Three of the workmen employed on tho New Capitol assaulted Office George McDonald on the South Side while the olllcer was trying to arres a drunken man just after midnight on Saturday night They had succeed cd in getting iae officer to the ground and were heating him up when thre yonng men who were passing cam to the assistance of the officer succeeded in taking the men to th workhouseIn the first man arreste made a successful sneak and got aWn Tho men answered for their fiv before Judge Herndon on Monday ternoon lrII lo fllt1Il r SOUTH CO PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY junol6fim Both Phones GaDiial Stoam Laundry Oillce Cor Main nod Ann Sts Laundry Foot of Ann St FliANKFOIlT KY juno 15fim In Addition t- oLUMBER We sell the Celebrated lImn nor Paine and the host Wall Plaster made Invincible HAMMOND CO Juno e- mShoe Makers I Kratzol 219 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 15emHARNESS JOS AUTOINE Washington St If wnnt Horoethinc in the Harness lino either now or old pivo To n call He is also prepared to repair harness tops or surprise most skepticaljnno NAT MILLER i TH TAILOR Dyeinggleaning Suits Made to Order- 405liain St Opp Capital Hotel juno 153m Interior Decorating For all high class work of this kind why nut call on those that thoroughly understand tho bust TOPUII U Ill 15flin REVAILlI1SSt Clair LOUISVILLE APPOINTMENTS Mayor Bingham the new Mayor of Louisville appointed MivW W Da vis Mr John Stites and Judge Jas P safetylonaftorwardslappointed of Police to succeed Col Sebastian Gunther He is a splendid officer Col haager was formerly in that position but was let out by Mayor G ainger because he was an advocate of Mr T L Jefferson for Mayor when Grainger was nominatedIOn Saturday Mayor W Bingham oppointed Mr Jas B Brown Mr W PHlLi IPS GANTY Plumbing Gas Pitting and Sew erage Sanitary work of all Descriptions Try us and be ed juno Have you n Gas StoveIf not got one lt once and sa e money Call on us for a perfect stove at light price Jra The Capital Gas lectrlc juno 13Cm Light CbSBncorporntcd y 1- I The South Side Milt Market The Best Beef LambJSVoal and Pork Fresh and Sin ell Sausage Sliced Ham w Y and Fish in S I c gtersI Juno J56m NEVILL and Where uy Thom ILlqnors Pure F Law affect us VlBlways lid and always will sel thing but I Straight Liquors afiJ GEO D SALENDER t st oinir I Agent AgentforJOHN W j LE Merchant Tailor and mens Fur nisher and Hnttor C Pressing- and Repairing a I Main Street x14 ld Phone June 15Cm iJi TH EI HAvr AFE 287 SarrEytEverything for the Inner Man Taos F NEWMAN Mouse W KENNEDY Chicken rum 22Sin Proprietors For Plain and Fancy JOB WORK Try ilia Roundabout N Cox and Mr T J Humphreys a the new Board of Public Works rime Board immediately appoint Mr B i Howe as City Buyer to siv teed Mr Harry Bishop REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN COT MITTEE The Republican State Central Con mittee and candidates on the Stat ticket have appointed Col Albe Scott Mr John C Wood anti Hon A S Bennett the Campaign Commi tee of that party Mr John C Woo will have charge of the speakers bl roan0iYs early e Risers 7ho iaraoulittle pips F HAMMONP4 co D2 Sell Lumber Shingles Sash Doors Hardware Paint and the best WWII Plater- Made Wilkinson St Frankfort KY y IUt i rih ib V IJIF t4 i w THESE1BARGAINS KAGINSCLEARANIE 60c Bleached Table Linen 70 inches wide 49c yd 150 Napkins all Linen 125 yd 100 Lace Curtains 1 pair of each kind 75c pair Toe Gauze Vests 9c each Tie Flowered Lawns beautiful patterns 5c yd 40 inches wide White Lawn 12c yd IL c Shirting Madras lOc yd 50c Belts 25c 25c Belts 19c 125 White Skirts 98c 125 White Waists 98c 225 White Lawn Waists 198 Out Lot Fancy Ribbon 3c yd One Lot lOc and 15c Hat Pins 5c IUO Fancy Woolen Dress Goods 69c yd mile Fancy Woolen Dress Goods 35c yd C KAGIN 8 BROR hrk ISOHtM3 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE TRANKFORT KY C Ya tO Wauwn a wwwmm Ii PROF J H JACKSON CHOSEN PRESIDENT KY COLORED NORMAL SCHOOL IProf J H Jackon A M of Colora Col was elected Presi dent ot the Colored State Normal School on Saturday to till the vacan cy caused by the resignation of Proft J S s Hl1thawarIsigned to becomed theI Lincoln Institute at Jefferson Missouri DAYJOne of the days we remember with pleasure as well as with profit to our health is the one on which we became e t acquainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills the painless purifiers that cure headache and billiousness and keep t1lne bowels right 25 cents At all 11drug stores INSPECTING RURAL ROUTES Under orders of the Postoffice De partment Postmaster George L Barnes has been making a rigid in spection of the four rural free deliv cltrlthiscreasing the usefulness of this branch of the government service and getting a good line on such improve ments ns he find needed ior the benefit of the patrons of this ofUceI FISH AND GAME LAW HELD CON- STITUTIONALw Mr 14F Johnson sitting as special county judge on Wednesday in the suit of Newton Dean and others who hail been arrested by Game Warden Claude Duvall for violating the law by using nets in fishing held time lar constitutional but also decided that only the nets in actual use at time time of time arrest could bo destroyed Dean hind several nets that were not in use which were seized and be sued to recover them DtWllEarly Risers Tho famous little pile i t JJfP For the Roundabout WHO GAVE HIM THE CONTROL I clip the following from the Cour ierJournal of MoniTay last I am moved to ask the reverend orator when he was given control of tho 700000 colored voters of this country who made him the umpire as to whether the President was doing right by the colored voters The Rev Dr S L Caruthers colmored says There are about 700001Inegro voters n this country and we intend to force the President to do the right thing by us or turn the whole into the Democratic party rather guess he woujd find tat tho colored voters think and act for themselves COLORED VOTER Ill stop your 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 ot tlmemDr Shoops headache tab lets Neuralgia headache toothache period pains etc are due alone to blood congestion Dr Shoops head ache tablets simply kill pain by coax ing away the unnatural blood pros sure That is all Address Dr Shoop Racine Wis Sold by all druggists ANOTHER BIB SHIPMENT OF CATTLE Mr Simon Well the big cattle buyer shipped over 100 splendid cattle front Jetts on Monday He purchased the stock from Mr Sam A Mason paying 5 14 cents for them They were good ones and were exported STOCK LAW TO BE ENFORCED Warrants were sworn out on Mon duty against n number of persons in time Thorn Hill neighborhood charg ing them with violating the law for 4 bidding stock to run at largo upon tho public roads of time county The law has been persistently Ig pored and it will now be strictly en forced Stock owners on tho West Side had bettor take due notice told govern themselves accordingly f JJ l Iit e IWEITZELS BIG SUIT SALEiIL= = A3il L LofI I Every Tailored Suit in Ladies and Misses must go and we have some beauties in Tans Greys Blues Cream and Blacks Just read these prices and come early if you want your size I 1500 Suits cut to 598 X 3000 Suits cut to 1198 1800 Suits cut to 698 3250 Suits cut to 12 98 t 2000 Suits cut to 798 2250 Suits cut to 898E2500 Suits cut to 998 3750 Suits cut to 1498 2750 Suits cut to 1098 4000 Suits cut to 1598 I = cEAjE sA7Pm j PERSONAL Miss Tillie Lane left Wednesday for Versailles Miss Aubyn Chinn is visiting friends in Louisville v Mrs R L Dooley Is visiting at Atlantic City N J Mrs W C Marshall is visiting her mother In LaGrange Miss Genevieve Posey is visiting relatives In Louisville Mr Jas R Elliott left Wednesday r for Southern Kentucky Mr Al Lillard of Chicago Ills was in the city this week Col Jas A Scott left Wednesday for Huntington W Va Dr J W Hill of Versailles was in the city on Wednesday- Mr t r Carl Quintell has returned from irJR French Lick Springs In- drsf t r Capt C C Calhoun of Washington l JY tCity was here Thursday Dr J A Feamster spent Sunday with friends in Lexington Mrs Joseph Rupert has returned from a visit to Louisville Mr A Logan McKee of Cincinnati was a visitor here Sunday Col Chas M Lewis of Shelbyville was In the city Wednesday Mrs Steve W Gibbs and son are visiting friends In Cincinnati Mrs Guy H Briggs and children are visiting relatives in Lexington- Mr W 0 Davis of Versailles was here on legal business Tuesday Judge W E Settle has returned from a visit to Bowling Green Mr John P Hanley and wife left tSaturday for Atlantic City N J I Dr U V Williams has returned from a trip to Niagara Falls Rev Wm Crowe and family cft yesterday for Winona Lake Ind Judge J H Hazelrigg has returned from a business trip to Chicago Ills Mrs W A Lutkemeler Is the guest of her sister Mrs W R Scott in Par is Miss Frances Sanderson of Milwau kee Wis Is the guest of friends in Wisl Miss Irene Quintell has returned from a visit to friends In Milwaukee MisMr Jos Lt bimcox of Dayton 0 is recuperating at his old home In this cityMrs F W H Clay of Plttsburg Penn is the guest of Muss Tissie F E Fogg Prison Commission er of West Liberty was here this week Mr Ralph Morris of Alberquerque New Mexico Is the guest of relatives hereCol A Alexander of Pleasurevllle has been in the city this week on bus nessMr Grant L Roberts and daughter Miss Carey visited In Lexington this week Mrs Hiram Berry Is the guest of h Jf her daughter Mrs W L Cannon at Beulah Scott of Leklngton is the guest of Mrs L T MInlsh Todd streetMiss Nora Miller of this office left Sunday for Chicago ills to visit rela tivesGeneral Deputy Collector C O Reynolds of Lexington was here Thurs dayMr A C VanWlnkle has returned from a visit to his old home In Dan viceMrs L C Norman left Tuesday for Richwood Boone county to visit rela tivesMrs Chas Matthews of Charles ton W Va is the guest of friends here Mrs Austin Triplett left Wednesday for a visit to her parents at Shelby vine Capt W M Insko Deputy Collector of Carlisle has been in tti city this week Mr Sam Stone Bush of Kenwood Park Louisville was a visitor here this week Mr J Morgan Chinn and wife visited his fathers family In Harrodsburg this week Mrs Paul B Weitzel and daughter of Lexington visited relatives here this week Attorney Willies H Morgan and wife of Lawrenceburg visited here on ThursdayMrs Bettie Benton and daughter Miss Lena are visiting friends in GeorgtownMrs B Salender and Miss Beatrice Ready are visiting relatives in LouisvilleMrs Brown Day Is visiting her brq her Mr John C Russell in Louisi leIMr returned from their wedding trip to Boston Mass Mr George R Edwards of St Lou is Mo is the guest of his aunt Mrs Virgina Jett Mr George Weitzel of St Louis Mo is the guest of his mother Mrs Jerome Weitzel Miss Helen B Sleight of Oakley Ohio was the guest of Miss Clara A Nelson on Sunday Miss Margaret J Page left Thursday for Irvine to visit her niece Mrs W P Williams Mr Mat Corcoran of Louisville was In the city on Wednesday and made us a pleasant call Miss Amy Lyons of Louisville Is spending her vacation with her father Capt W M Lyons Mrs Joe Gray Green of Louisville is the guest of her mother Mrs Jno P Davis Broadway Dr Jos S Bran and wife of Louisville attended the funeral of Mrs M A Murphy Thursday MIss Mary Tlmberlake of Winchester was the guest of her sister Mrs W H Hoge this week Mrs Clarence McGoldrlck and son have returned from a visit to her pa rents at Billings Mont IJ iJ Judge T J Nunn and family left Saturday to spend their vacation at their old homo at MarioniMiss Jennie Jett has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs D M Shear er at Charleston W Va MajJ A Grant and wife who have been guests of his sister in Evansvllle Ind have returned home Mr John PSelbert and Mr F G Stagg left Saturday for Philadelphia to attend the Elks Reunion Dr J W Gayle has returned from a meeting 01 the State Board of Phar macy at Dawson Springs Mrs Albert H McClure and chil dren returned Wednesday from a visit to relatives at RarrodsbllrgIMrs c C City Is the Eliza Overton Shelby street Miss Tots Trabue of Louisville at tended the funeral of her grandmother Mrs M A Murphy Thursday rv We rig4olearn that Seaman Ben SINavalhas been the guest of her aunt Mrs Sidney A Powell Murray street Miss Elizabeth Moore of Crescent Hill who has been the guest of Miss Frances Saffell has gone home Cpl James J Smith Sergeantat Arms of the Court of Appeals is visit ing at his OKI home in Cynthiana Mr C Ward of Cincinnati who has been the guest of his daughter Mrs K B Jillson has returned home Miss Nettle Walcutt who has been the guest of Mrs Walter Harper has returned to her home at Lakeland Mrs Harry Milward of Lexington who has been the guest of Capt I T West and wife has returned home Dr Waller O Bullock and wife of Lexington were guests of Miss Eliza Overton Shelby street this week Judge J R Morton Mr John T Shelby and Mr Louis Des Cognets of Lexington were here on Tuesday Mrs Burb Blackburn of Georgetown was the guest of her sisterin law Mrs Willie McKee at Woodlake Prof C J Norwood and wife of Lexington have returned home from a visit to lier sister Mrs S W Ha ger Judge Wm Lindsay and wife who have been spending the winter in New York City returned home Sun dayMiss Catherine and Miss Edwina Marshall are guest of their aunt Mrs W C Williams at Minneapolis Minn Rev Brashear wife and son of Trinidad Col who have been guests of Mrs R M Trumbo left Tuesday for home Col Geo W Quarles was called to Madison Ind on Monday by the set rious illness of his sister Miss Laura Virginia Jett and Miss Louise Trumbo have returned from a visit to relatives In Owensboro and In LouisvilleCol Trimble of Memphis Tenn is visiting his nephew Hon i po t fri j phf c liSANNUAL SUMMERtiA at Low Prices Long Gloves Black White Blues Browns and Tans 4 IF J HEEJSEY Value JOHN DRISCOLL Qualitvf The Leading GrdcerxThe Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Vhiskies Donfc forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL I 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Dr Weavers Syrup Pbtifies the blood Cerate ointment for the ikla I KILL lAND I WITH I II I FOR THE CURE COUCH THE LUNCSI Dr Kings II New Discoverv COLDS 11PBICE AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOR OR MONEY REFUNDED South Trimble near the Forks of Elkhorn Cal Geo F Berry and wife and Miss Cornelia Gordon have gone to Canada and other northern points on a vacationMrs B Harper and Miss Rebecca Johnson gave a delightful tea at the Country Club on Saturday afternoonCol E Stone better known by his host of frends as Jully Jim Stone of Louisville was in the city on Tuesday Mrs Ed Lavin and children and Mr L J OConnerand wife9JKnox vllle Tenn have returned from a visit to relatives here 1 1 FXPERIENcr 60 YEARS TRADE MARKSi I r Anyone sending a Bkotrh and description maj ascertain our uu onttnnniea-tiotiastrlctlycontldmdlalIIAIID8bO1conPatente sent free Oldest agency for securing patenta Patents taken Blunn k receive iccial notice without charge la tbo Scientific JlmtritanIihandsomely Illustrated weekly Largest ell culation of an sclontlUo journal Terras N r w newsdealeraMeUNN Brancr Office F Bt Washloeton Mr J Gray McLean has returned from a trip to Louisville IMrs C W Longmire left Tuesday for Jamestown Va IRev T J Stevenson and wife and Mrs Burb Blackburn of Georgetown attended the funeral of Mrs Maria Ui Murphy Thursday jt Mr John C Davis and wife Mrs Sallie Pulliam and son Henry visited Mr W JSteele and wife In Wood ford county Sunday IMr R M Bergman and Mrs Lida Bergman of Irvine who have been guest of Capt I T West and family have returned home IMr J M Powell and wife of Clarlci IContinued on Page ii tit tif a 3 ONLY ONE WEEK MORE J Of the Great July Clearance and Remnant Sale I Many New Remnants Money Saving ValuesI in Every Department I FARJVLERS IIIAFTER MANY YEARS i The congregation of the Clinton Street Colored Baptist Church after nearly eight years of trial and legal battling are at last about to come into their own When they first pur chased the lot on the corner of High and Clinton streets from Mrs Kate Rogers and let the contract for the building to the late Mr Mute Buck ley they were annoyed by warrants issued against their pastor and the trustees Rev R H C Mitchell D D being the pastor and every ef fort was made to prevent the work being The doneIto authorities This injunction was dissolved I by Judge Cantrill An appeal was taken and Judge Settle rendered an opinion sustaining the injunction and making it perpetual And now after these years of toil and disappointment with a new pas tor Rev W T Silvey these humble I people are going to arise and build their new church which will be mod ern in all its details and a very handsome structure Judge J D White a former Judge It ot the Court of Appeals said of this case several years ago that it was the first time in all his experience I upon the bench that he ever heard of a church of Jesus Cnrist being denounced as a nuisance 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 Oil Eucaliptus nymol Menthol etc it gives instant and lasting relief to catarrh of the hose and throat Make the free test and see for yourself what this prepa ration can and will accomplish Address Dr Shqop Racine Mis LargeI jars 50 cents Sold by all druggists IT WOULD BE A MISTAKE The proposition to make the room inowused by Labrot Graham as ant office as a police station and to in t stall the patrol wagon and horse in f that place would in our judgment bet a The fumes from the sta ble would render the Council Cham Ibel and the Opera House very unde and unpleasantI The Opera House is not even now what it should be and to make a part j of the same building a stable would be the limit II It ought not to be done even if it will save a little money f Dr Weavers Treatment SjroppurUlca the blood Ceratoheals skin eruption ANOTHER OLD AND BELOVED PASSES AWAY ICITIZEN A dispatch was received in this city on Tuesday afternoon announc ing the death of Mrs Maria A Mur phy widow of the late Mr Joseph Murphy of New Orleans La aged 76 years which occurred in Louis villeMrs Murphy was the oldest daughter of the late Mr Alex W Macklin and was born and reared near the Forks of Elkhorn In early life she united with the old Forks of Elkhorn Baptist Church and had lived a quiet earnest modest Christian life When a young woman she was mar ried to Mr Joseph Murphy of New Orleans La and went there to reside Her husband was a cotton broker There were given to them four chil dren three daughters Mrs John W Rodman and Miss Jo Murphy of this city and Mrs Jos S Bryan of Louisville and one son Mr John Tr Murphy who was accidentally drowned while en route to Alaska After the death of her husband Mrs Murphy returned to this county and restyled on her farm for several years Later she bought a residence on the corner of Wapping and Wilkinson streets in this city and had lived there until about a year ago After the tragic death of her only son as stated above Mrs Murphy seemed to lose her hold on life and steadily failed Some months since she went to Louisvlle to make her home with her youngest daughter Mrs Jos S Bryan For the last month or so Mrs Mur pliy had generally broken down and theend was not unexpected But she was ready for the change and gently and quietly as she had lived she laid her tired head upon her Saviors breast and fell on sleep She was a member of the First Baptist Church of this city and the funeral services were conducted by ner pastor Rev Dr 11 B Adams from the residence of her soninlaw Mr Jno W Rodman at 3UO oclock on Thursday afternoon and the remains were laid away in the family lot in our cemetery Besides her children she leaves three sisters Mrs Fannie Barbee Mrs Elizabeth Robb and Mrs Lydia Biack and one brother Mr A W faacklin and a very large circle of relatives and friends to mourn her departure We have known Mrs Murphy all our life and admired her for her gen tle and kindly nature and purity of lifeHeaven i is richer and earth poorer by her death Dr Weaver Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases I DISGRACEFUL CONDUCT We regret very much to be compelled to chronicle the fact that the con duct of a large number of the young men composing the two companies of National Guards who went to Jamestown Tuesday night was sim ply outrageous Those citizens who live near the armory could not obtain any rest or sleep until the trail had left after 12 oclock that night Crowds of the men under the influ ence of intoxicants paraded the streets cursing swearing ellingand on several occasions fighting I The officers seemed utterly unable to control the men and there was a regular altercation between one of the officers wkag rfankhtg fganbztbbtm officers and squad of the men in front of our office which looked very much like serious trouble for a long while t We earnestly hope that such con duct may never occur again A HAPPY MAN Is Amos F King tPort Byron N Y 85 years of ageislnce 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 25 cents DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE C If Hon John D Carroll of Henry county now serving as Judge of the court of Appeals by nppoiutment to fill out the term of Judge Cantrlll was given the Democratic nomina tion for that office on Wednesday by the committee of that party no other candidate having announced for the positionWe if he has any opposition at the general election in Novem ber Billions Feel heavy after dinner Tongue coated Bitter taste Complex on sallow Liver needs waking up Doans Regulets cure billions at tacks 25 cents at any drug store CYNTHIANA AND HARRISON COUNTY GO DRY After a very bitter fight the local option election was held on Thursday last in the county of Harrison and cite of Cynthlana The result was that the city reversed its last vote and went dry by 47 majority and the count nearly 2000 I One by one the roses fall The whisky men of Cyntluana beat them selves by some very foolish actions I OLD TAYLORj PREMIERWHISKEY i E H TAYLOR Jr A SONS Proprietors FrankfortKentucky A ADVERTISED LETTERS The following Is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frank fort Ky postofflce for the week ending July 20 1907 Beeler Miss Sallie Bell Boman Lusie Bush James Cook Mrs Rosa E Cotton W H Crabb Mrs W E Curt Cosey- Daugherty s Mrs Alice Eddick J W Edwards Ernest y Fletcher Herod Gillett FarmerfGraim William Graham Maggie Hargin Mrs Barbara Harris Miss Estelle Harris M S Hoskins Sam Hlgdon A A 2 Hellori Miss Moinnie- Horaifj Miss Ruth BIHover Mr pint Mrs Will Leroy Mrs R WtLewis Miss Bessie Lewis Miss Virgie Linnsay Mrs John B McKitricK Mrs Adelie Martin Bettie Mareum Mrs Carrie Marshall Mrs Humphrey Minton Clifford Moore Mrs Lulie f Morgan T L Nichols James Oliver John Parris J W Perkins Willie Pinkston E Roole Miss Hettie ReI Mrs Maggie Smith M C Stephens Percy Taylor Mrs Mattie Tennelley Miss Mannie Thompson Mrs Ellen Tingle Joel Tracey Miss Lucy Walters Mrs D P Washington Bettie Welch Robert Wyman Flora When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M oRAILROAD EDUCATION Wall Street Daily News If the agitation concerning the rail roads does nothing more it will edit cate the country up to some idea of what railroading means The majority of the people seem to be under the impression that the receipts of the railroads from passengers and freight traffic must of necessity be large and therefore privileges should be given more cheaply Governor Hushes President Fluley and many others who have common sense as well as some knowledge of the matter and a sense of fairness have openly stated that legislation as welt as agitation hap been carried on without either adequate knowledge or any attempt t gain any Certainly the attacks made by shippers and demagogues have re stilted in replies of far more value to the nation thou the attacks could have warranted YoJ Murphy Vice President of the Queen Crescent Route in his reply to the statement of the Receivers and Shippers Association of Cincinnati is an exam ple of this His road was charged r with earnings of 282 per freight train mile whereas other roads averaged 189 On the face of this a demand would be made for reductionIt has already been made Mr Murphy now points out what others either have not known or have Ignored that the freight trains of that road are hauled by two engines instead of one as is the case on other roads entailing nat urally far greater expense per freight train mile Further it is shown by figures that while expenses have increased in the cost of labor and materials during the past two years receipts have actually shown a de crease per mile in freight as well as passenger returns It is also clearly demonstrated that the majority of the earnings have returned into the property in the shape of extensions im provements and other needed advance ments These matters should be given the same prominence in the various newspapers the country over which the criticisms receive Evils which have crept in must be corrected but time alone Will have to do that In the meantime the American sense of justice should hurry a little faster to the front and Americans should not allow their most important industries to be played upon for political pur posesCincinnati Enquirer July 7 Y 1907 r Itr Cadys Condition IOTTUCW arlijust what n horse needs When in bad condition Tonic blood purifier art veraiifngo They are not iVcd Ifmedicine and tho best in use to hit t horse in prime condition Priv 2 jnnfrS 1 VV rw + For sale by J W Gayle and Le Compte Gayle = 4 9CINCIAT AND RETURN VIA F C RY UIjJu1y1sSPECIAL Leaving Frankfort 700 A bA- SK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS I FOR SALE A Thrssher Separator at a hnrh gain1v P SCOTT Farmers Bank Bull ding 30tf I I TRe Frankfort DUUdaED Entered at the postullicc at Frankfort Ken txiiky nssec and class niailnble mutter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 20 1907 AN OLD TIME PAPER- y f unIdFrankfort Commonwealth of July FinSSnell and published by Messrs A Gr dodges Co The paper has the old time stately dignity of style and Is filled with many items of interest even at this long distance away We glean a few items Announcement was made of the ap pointment of Joshua F Bell the noted orator and Congressman to be Secretary of State vice Col Orlando Brown Sr resigned Governor Crittenden was Governor vi and Gen Zachary Taylor was Presl dent Among the schools advertised was that of Rev Dr Stuart Robinson Re- P S Fall Known as Eclectic Insti tute Mrs Nold known as Frank fort Female Seminary Mrs D D Johnsons Select School for Chil dren Among the law firms were the fol lowing Ben Andrew Monroe Victor and John A Monroe James Monroe John C Herndon R P Letcher and Thos D Tilford C S Morehead W D Reed T N Lindsay Lysander Hord P U Major Joel u Richmond The hotels advertised were The Weisslger House Shields Mansion House Franklin House R T Cole man South Frankfort John T Vest private boarding- BookbinderyA C Keenon Physicians Ben Hensley Jr Alex M Blanton Joseph G Roberts W T Price Ben MonroeI Paper millE S Steadman GrocersR C Steele Co T P Pierson B F Johnson Todd Crit tenden Gray George Samuel Han ris J W Allen Dry Goods Merchant J VanArs daleLivery Stable Henry Giltner Numerous other business cards are i givenIn a notice of the commencement of Center College mention is made that j the degree of A B was conferred i if upon John R Hendrick of Kanawah- r county Va afterwards Rev J R t of this city and John J IHendricl Jr of this city A like notice of the same degree conferred by Georgetown College gives the name of Dandridge C Free man Jr of this county Warning is given of the apperance 01 cholera in the city and advising a total disuse of all vegetables The advent of this dread disease was noticed at Covington Paris Maysviile jexington Irvine and other towns In Kentucky f Judge Martin D McIIenry Had just been appointed circuit judge of the Frankfort district and held his nrst term of court i Thos IN Lindsey and Robt W Scott were candidates for delegate to the Constitutional Convention of 1850 President Taylor issued a proclama tion fixing the first Friday in August as a day of humiliation fasting and i prayer that the country might be de rlivered from the pestilence of chol eraMr John W Pruett Sr was elected the Worshipful Master of Hiram Lodge No 4 A Y M A G Hodges SecretaryThere were two Divisions of the Sons of Temperance Franklin Division No 28 was presided over by Saml C Sayres as Worthy Patriarch and Thos D Til ford as Recording Secretary Capital Division No 61 was pre iTheI sided over by Richard Gllllsple as Worthy Patriarch and John M Mills as Recording Secretary Col r W Capers was principal and owner of the Kentucky Military Insti tute now Stuart Home In the city of Cincinnati during the month of June just past 1093 people I nad died of cholera Messrs Goo W Lewis Wm Hardy nail Randolph R Russell were appointed agents to make collections for The Commonwealth and to obtain subscribers for the Debates of the Convention and the Dally Common wealtn Mr Thos S Page offers for sale fiftyfour lots on Arsenal Hll then known as Pleasant Hill These lots now comprise the front part of our beautiful cemetery where the keepers lodge stands and the handsome grounds adjoining it Messrs Henry Wingate and Harry I Todd were insurance agents The Diana was the regular packet running to Cincinnati with Capt E B Perry in command The packets Sea Gull and Blue Wing were the Louisville packets The Lexington and Frankfort Rail road was the only railroad in Ken tuckyThe closing exercises of Rev Dr Stuart Robinsons school took place on Thursday July 12 and the school reopened Monday August Gth Rather short vacation that In reading over the pages of this splendid old time paper the loved faces and sweet mulc of the days that are gone come rushing before us and ring in our ears as a sad re frainWe neer shall see their like againACCIDENT AT THE CAPITAL TRAMWAY While out riding on the Lawrence burg pike on Wednesday Mrs R W Noel and Mrs E S OHara happened to a serious accident which cfcTiurred on this wise As they were returning to the city and had reached the bridge over the tramway leading to the river from the new capitol the car was coming up from the river and their horse became frightened and whirled around upsetting the buggy and throwing both ladies out Mrs Noel had a gash cut in her head and Mrs OHara had her ankle badly sprainedAssistance was rendered and the ladies were brought to their homes Mrs Noels injuries were not serious but Mrs OHara will be confined to the home for some time a The horse which was a very gentle one did not run after seeing what caused Its fright or the result might have been more serious PICNIC AT TACKETTS The children of the First Presbyte rian Church bunda school had a de lightful picnic at Tacketts Grove the F C Railway on Thursday- A special train was run leaving i a m and returning at 5 p in The little ones and their older chaperones had a nice time N NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH t On Tuesday last Alex Aldrich an employe of the FordJohnson Co was oiling a shaft when his clothing caught on the shaft and he was whirled around it several times and finally thrown to the ground when the machinery was stopped- It was found that Aldrich was bad ly hurt one ear being almost torn off a bad wound on his chest an arm wrenched and otherwise bruised Surgeons were at once summoned and attended to his injuries after which he was taken to his home on Holmes street The accident is to be regretted from the fact that the young man is with another brother the only support of a widowed mother- It is hoped that he may pull through 0000000000000000000000 effect of malaria lasts a long time You catch cold easily or become down because of the after effects of runiStrengthen yourself with I systemSEmulsionIt blood and tones up your nervous I DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 SOOOOO O oooo3 c 1 FA S S a i r 1 STAMPING GROUND I Mrs Al Goddard is the guest of rela tives in Georgetown visiled Mr Thos Horsier mid wife In Franklin county last week visitedI IlIrs Goodpaster of Ia the guest of her sister Mrs A Stew artOur roller mill men are offering Scents for wheat Farmers want fore v Splendid rains fell last week help Ing the corn and tobacco crops wonderfully Our efficient postmistress Mrs Ida Bruner visited friends near Donerail this week Owing to the rains last week belittle threshing of small grain has been done r Mrs Ruth Coleman of Frankfort was the guest of her brother Mr W H Gatewood this week Mr Dan Wllkerson of Fayette tour ty was the guest of his brother Mr Geo E Wilkersonr this week BirthsTo Mr B T Glass and wifea girl to Mr Ely Wash and wifea son to Mr Joe Wiley and wifea son to Mr J S Parker and wifea son Mr W A Robinson has sold to Messrs Perry Calvert Bros his coal and lumber yard and his residence fT 3600 Invoice to be made September 1st A lodge of Big Injuns will be or ganized here next Monday night July 22 at 730 oclock All those who propose to be charter members should remember to be on hand The Buffalo Springs Academy will reopen on the first Monday in September The fdllowing will comprise the corps of teachers PrincipalC- D Duvall 1st Assistant Miss Sue Viley 2d AssistantMrs H L Rob inson UNO LONGLIVE THE KING Is the poplar 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 sayslilt neAer fails to give immediate relief arid to quickly cure a cough or cold MrsTPaines opinion is also shared by a majority of the inhabi tants of this country New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after nIl other remedies have failed and for coughs and colds its the proven remedy Guaranteed by all druggists 50 cents and 100 bottles Trial bottle free LGUN PLAY AT OLD CROW tClarence Samuels and Gilbert Tay lor two employes of the Old Crow distillery became involved in a scrap over a game of craps on Wednesday when Samuels shot Taylor in the right shoulder iJalor was taken to his home and a surgeon attended to his injuries I which though serious are not necessarily fatal a Piles get quick and certain relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Please note it is made alone for Piles and its action is positive and certain Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large nickelcapped glass jars 50 cents Sold by all dealers KENTUCKY MILITIA RIFLE 1RANGE Capt Jackson Morris who has charge of the coaching of the Ken itchy National Guard team which is- o take part in the National Shoot at Port Clinton Ohio has succeeed in locating the practice range at tho Ueltlschi place formerly known as the Collins place two miles from tho city on the L N R R Tho men to be selected will be tar ken from a picked detachment of GO mon each from thp three regiments of National Guards and will he camped at the range I Tho men finally chosen for the team will be those who demonstrate their ability as sharpshooters The range will doubtless prove an attractive jilaco for our young people while the guardsmen are there I 4 I 1Ia r Tnde l Dtntkt r Laxative Syrup J II I Jasa NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION jtSSsaE- i Ask Your DoctorI 1 i And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are I the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation wig eriflg irabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling N t Bloated Feeling etc I our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than Ii any other you have tried I ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER i BOTTLEI3ISI Tobacco Bellows Blowers 1i Hoes Forks SpadesaCradles and FingersIScythes and Snatches fThresherI Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches i I FRANK G STAGGI-I irIj CapitolFoundry Machine Co I HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in and Repairers of Machinery and Machine Supplies of All KindsIBoth New and Secondhand Ii i WE HAVE FOR SALE 1 Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boller N Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine j Y INlnehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrs200 Bushels Capacity fBOTH PHONES I a I 4 t i i1ft i IUI J rJ r J f JI t L tL t1rl i JJ J r m I r ThirtyDays Was My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr Miles Heart Cure P Cured Me One on in every four has a weak heart Unless promptly treated a weak heart will easily become a diseased heart Alittleextra- strain from any cause issufficient to liringon this deadly malady the most common cause of sudden Miles Heart Cure will tone up the hearts action enrich the blood and improve the circulation My trouble began with catarrh and I have it caused the trouble I have experienced with heart I had the usual symptoms of sleeplessness lost appetite con stipation palpitation of the heart of breath and pain around the heart and un der left arm My mother suffered in the same way and suppose mine wqs an inherited tendency At one time I was in agony I suffered so severely and became so weak thirtydaysbours a night on account of nervousness The least exercise such as walking about would bring on palpitation and fluttering the heart so severe that I would have to up everything and rest Nerve and Liver cured me of constipation and heart symptoms disappeared under the influence of Dr Miles New Heart Cure I am in t better health than I have been in twelve years and I thank Dr Miles Remedies fOrit the are the grandest remedies on earthand I am constantly recommending l CANTRE1LWaxahachie All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tlc Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Pr Miles Medical Co Elkhart ind AddreaeI 4OPENS OFFICEHARD AT WORK The Kentucky Highlands Railroad Co has opened an office In the Capital Hotel on Ann street and has Engineer R A Dudley In charge The contractors for the road Messrs Mason Hanger Coleman are hard at work on the road and are making good progress on the worst piece of road they will have to build that along the Woodson hill below the mouth of Glens I creekThey are excavating the roadway above the line of the Glens creek pike and are compelled to throw all the earth and rock they excavate be low the pike and next to the river The contract calls for the completing of the road to Mlllville by the last of December The contractors are old hands at f railroad building and are hustling They have over 100 men and a big corps of teams at work HEAVIER RAILS BEING LAID The Traction Company Is putting down a seven Inch girder rail along the line of the road on Second St This was rendered necessary by the very heavy hauling which Is being done on the line now that It has con nection with the L N yards on the West Side j RUSHING THINGS The work of laying the rails on the Frankfort and Versailles Interurban line has been commenced The work men are laying the track on the Ver rushingtwo fills of any extent are yet to be made It looks now like the road will be ready to run by the time set by the management September 15th That will be a great day for both Frankfort and Versailles WHY CAN NOT WE HAVE A FAIR AS WELL AS THE COLORED FOLKS JTheenergetic colored people of this V city and county are hard at work on the arrangements for their fair h which will be held some time In Auj gust They made a success of the last fair and they will doubtless do so this time We are moved to ask why the white people of this county do not hold a t fair of their own Time was in the not very distant past when Franklin county held a very successful fair It only succumb ed when made incident o races KINGS DAUGHTERS CIRCLE SUPPER The Steadmantown Kliegs Daugh tern Circle will give an Ice cream sup per at the residence of Mr Richard Morris this Saturday evening July 20th i Let everybody attend You get your moneys worth have a good time and help a goon cause 44 OFFICERS OF FRANKFORT DRIVING CLUB The members of the Frankfort Driv- Ing Club met on Monday night and elected the following officers PresidentA D Martin Vice President George G Spear Secretary and Treasurer Z ChurchillDmctorsA D Martin G G Spear T E Kenney A T Kirtley George Baker G H Mastln and Hus ton D Wood It is proposed to have a Horse Show in September EXCURSION TO CINCINNATI The F C and Q C Railways will run another of their biweekly excursions to Cincinnati tomorrow Sun day July 21st The train will leave as usual at 7 a m sharp Returning the train will leave Cincinnati at G10 p m arriving at home by good bedtime Fare for the round trip only 125 There was a big crowd went two weeks ago It Is expected that an equally large one will go tomorrow AWFUL EXPLOSION ON BATTLE SHIP GEORGIA Quite a flurry of excitements was created In this city on Monday when the news came that a terrible explo sloe had occurred on board the U S Battleship Georgia killing several and wounding a large number of oth ers of the crew atIwhen a case of powder exploded in the hands of a gunner in an after imposed turret lolling a lieutenant a midshipman and four men and wound ing fifteen others of the crew Midshipman Harry J Abbett of this city son of Col Ed E Abbett of the K D WCo is on duty on the Georgia anti great uneasiness was felt by his family and friends until the names of the killed and wounded were ascertained Ordinary Seaman Carl Lewis of this county was a member of the crew of the Georgia and his friends were alarmed until the later news was received giving the names of the kill InjuredI that a spark from a smokestack caused the explosion waskilldGoodrich commandant Vf the New York Navy Yard A rigid investigation has been ordered by the Navy Department F C BRAKEMAN HURT Mr L E Burdin a brakeman on the F C R R Co lost his balance and fell between the cars of a freight rain at Switzer breaking his right Ileg in two places between the knee ind hip joint He was taken to his home at Paris What Ails You DD you feel weak tired despondent have frequent headaches coated tongue bitter or bad taste In morning heart burn belching of gas acid risings in throat after eating stomach gnaw or burn foul breath dizzy spells poor or variable appetite nausea at times and kindred symptoms If yo ye any considerable number of tic above toms you are suffering from Iliousn pld liver with Indl- gcstlon pe Dr Pleroos Golden rprHrnl DI eovpr mat of tll most valuable meth J al princit es known to medical science for tl1 II entcuro uci a normalcnndltfo It is a mos I efficient liver Invigorator stomach tonic bowel regulator and nerve strengthener The Golden Medical Discovery fa not a patent medicine or secret nostrum a full list of Its ingredients being printed on Its bottlewrapper and attested under oath A glance at Its formula will show harmfulImade with pure triplo relined glycerine of proper strength from tho ruts of tho following native American forest plants IlL Golden Seal root Stone root llluck Cherrybark Queens root Bloodroot and Mandrake root The following loading medical authorities among a host of others extol tho foregoing roots for tho euro of just such ailments ns the al ovosymptoins indicate IrofH Itnrtliolow MD of Jefferson Meil College Phlla Irof H C Wood Dof Unlvof 1aliuf Kilwlii Hale 11 U of Ualineinnnn Med College ofIniericandorlI1 Authorof Specific Medicines Urof Laurence Johnson 11 Med Dept Univ of N Y I rot Klnloy Elllngwood Author of Matorla Medina and Irof In Bennett cal College Chicago Send name and ad dress on Postal Card to Dr U V Pierce Buf falo N Y and receive frrc booklet giving extracts front writings of all tho above medial authors and many others endorsing In tho strongest possible terms each and every In gredient of which Golden Medical Discov composid fertIN Pleasant Pellets regulate and Invigorate stomach liver and towels They nay bo used In conjunction with Golden Medical Discovery If trowels arc much con stluated Theyre tlnv and sugarcoated j will give us pleasure to show you present offerings In fine and medium priced furniture tho sort Unit is both and durable also glad to tell you of liberal partial payment a at It time as your income permits V THE CHARMING WOMAN is not n warily 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 A physically weak woman Is never attrac tive not even Crself Electric Bitters restore weak women give strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin beautiful complexion Guaranteed by druggists jjOc HALF RATES Special Railroad Accommodation Spe cial Trains for Great Fair Arrangements have been completed with the railroads in the State of Kentucky for a rate of half fare the round trip to the big Blue Grass Fair at Lexington the week of gust 12th to 17th Not only will there reduced rates but roads into Lexington will special trains at hours suitable to take full care of the crowds that may come These trains will start on the L N from Lagrange and Falmouth on the K C from WllliamstoWff of theC O from Morebead and on the L E from Jackson Regular trains on the Q C from the South and the Maysvllle division firstclass ac lIas1vllleThe railroad facilities will in every respect excellent and the many thousands of people who will take advantage of the reduced rates will have every opportunity to come to Lexington as early as they please in the morning and to remain all tiny each and every day of the week from August 12th to 17th Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for skin eruptions t CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE If your blood Is impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if yon have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and Dumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or slain disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or express 1 her large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlantaapa B B B Is especially advised for chronic deep seated cases as it cures after all else falls Mar 21y Ohio Ry subiJeetLimited for LouisvilleNashville m phis West and Southwest 920 A M and 014 P M Dally Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1010 A M and 801 P M Daily 23lyr h iJa IjBuy Furniture r Fconornically Extra vnganeo consists in haying the wrong thing the wrong price- 17eonotny consists in buying the right thing at the right priceIf Oil are truly economical you wlll not buy furnitnro merely because is cheap It should ho bought first foif its upprupriateneSSani sec ond for its durability It our appropriate wo shall bo our R ROGERS SONS to all all for Au be all run be by Chesapeake at THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FORI High Grade Vehicles Than ever before The public have at last come to the conclusion that a CHEAP vehicle Is DEAR at any price Our work is strictly hand made and is sold under a guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle that is firstclass and will give perfect satisfaction dropius a card and we will call to see you We know we can suit you in both quality and prices All we ask is an opportunity to discuss the matter with you Seller Carriage GOI VERSAILLES KY H K WARD C M BROWXISG President Sec and Treas c Kr A Happy New Yeart rIs assured to all users ofIPRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR For Sale by all Grocers Send us your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit and Produce HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones ii nt AM READY TO MAKE THE BEST PHOTOS r- j And all Styles of Portraits and Groups at my new Gallery South Frankfort Bridge St Everything new Call on the Relia ble Photographer f H G MATTERN 9 M A SELBERT THJ I LEADING JEWELER I MARRIEDHARDIN on Friday Mr George Hardin and Miss Mary Leamay were married by Rev t L D btucker SOUTHERLANDEVANS In Cln cinnati on Monday Mr Chas E Southerland and Miss Harriet Evans were married The young people left for a trip tc Jamestown I STEPHENSSTIGERS this city On Tuesday Mr Morty Stephens and Miss Alice Stigers were married ANNUAL MEETING OF BUSINES MEN The annual meeting of the Frank fort Business Mens Club was held 01 Thursday night last It was very en thusiastic meeting the reports of the several committees showing the vas amount of good accomplished during the year The following gentlemen were se lected as the officers for the ensuing yearPresldentCol George B Harper Vice PresidentA B Hammond r Secretary John H Cassell 34 4 TreasurerGeorge L Payne Entausiastlc speeches were made by Mr L Frank Johnson Mr Robt B Franklin Rev J R Zeigler and J Rev Jos M Severance N At the conclusion of the exerlcei the big crowd joined in singing the long metre doxology KINGS DAUGHTERS TO GIVE SUP PER IN THE COUNTRY The Kings Daughters Circle oi Steadmantown will give an ice cream supper at the residence of Mr Richard Norris on the Owenton Pike on Saturday evening July the 20ththis eveninginstead of at Churchs schoolhouse as heretofore announced It is hoped there will be a largo at tendance and the ladies be made tot realize a nice sum therefrom It is just a nice distance from town for an evening drive and those going out will be sure of a pleasant ride as well i as an elegfant supper Dont miss It PLRSONALS Continued from Page 2 f county who have been guests of their son Mr Sidney A Powell and wife nave returned home i Postmaster Geo W Hutcheson and Dr G D Lilian of Lawrenceburg at tended the meeting of Hiram Lodge No4 Thursday night Mrs R P Pepper Mrs Thos Smith and children and Miss Laura Pepper have gone to Estill Springs- to spend the heated term Misses Ellen Emily and Annie Thomas of Augusta Ga are guests fJof their grandmother Mrs Ellen s Thomas Washington street Miss Mattie L Norton of Shelby- vine who has been the charming guest of relatives and friends In this city returned home on Wednesday Attorney W O Davis of Versailles has been busy here this week obtaining agrements as to the right of way for the Highlands Railway Co Col R C Hleatt high sheriff of this county has been exhibiting that smile that never rubs off at the Jamestown Exposition this week Mrs Pat McDonald Mrs Catherine r Callahan and Miss Jennie McDonald attended the funeral of Mr Ed Cum Thins in Lexington on Wednesday BEATH51CUMMINS At St Josephs Inflrir EdiOummhsMr Cummins was for many years a citizen of this city and only went to Lexington to reside after the deat of his wife He had no children and is sui vived b several nieces SARGENT In this city on Frida morning Mrs Wm G Sargent aged about 75 years of heart failure Mrs Sargent was a rood woman who loved her home and family The funeral services this Saturday afternoon OLD KENTUCKY BARBECUE AT JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION JAMESTOWN VAColonel R C lieatt sheriff of Franklin count Kentucky and the greatest barbecue man in the Blue Grass State has been at the Jamestown Expos tion several days making arrangements for the barbecue which will take place on the Kentucky reserve tlon July 16 Kentucky Day Several thousand people will be at the celebration for the entertainment of whom Commissioner Ousley of the Kentucky delegation has laid in a great variety of supplies consistin of twelve or fourteen beeves veal and lambs One of the principal features of Kentucky Day will be the making of a great pot of burgoo bums stew is a typical southern dish and one of the finest ever invented All kinds of meats from beef to chicken from lamb to squirrel are put into it while fifteen or twenty vegetables are like wise included While it is probable that no military review will be held in connection with toe celebration the members of the Third Kentucky Regiment 700 In number under Colonel Jouett Henry of Hopkmsvllle Ky will be among those present acting as guards and attendants at the Kentucky reserva tion Immediately after the barbecue a reception will be held on the reservation at which several prominent Kentucky orators will deliver address es Piles get quick and certain relies from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Please note it is made alone for Piles and its action is postive and certain Itching painful protruding br blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large nickelcapped glass jars 50 cents Sold by all dealers Weak Kidneys weaklddneyNerves organItselfand strengthen them Dr Shoops Restorative b medicine spocincally prepared to reach these riloneIswell If your back aches or is weak If the urine scalds or Js dark and strong if you have symptoms of Bright or other distressing or dangerous ney disease try Dr Shoops Restorative a month willlo ShoopsRestorativ ALL DEALERS BENSONI The rains of Tuesday Wednesda and Thursday were very welcome again refreshing the crops of all ldndsI and caused the farmers to take hear of hope again An electrical storm of unusual severity visited this section Wednesday rending asunder huge trees A in the yard of Mr Dolan Hoover treeI struck Another on a farm was torn apart and yet another more than fifty yards from the horn of Mr Sam Lacefield was rent from top to bottom tearing loose several panels of fence near We dont complain When the Lord sends rain And the tanks In the sky run over For rain you know Makes corn blades grow And gives a life to the clover But we would like to dispense with the thunder and lightning or at leas we would rather he next demonstration bCthis wonderfulIi er would be a little Mrs Walter Mitchell and Mrs Russell of Frankfort were the guests of Mrs Mitchells mother Mrs Jarret Moore Sunday Rev Lowe pastor of North Benson Baptist Church will begin services at Edash Ridge Baptis ginning the third Sunday in July Quite a number of young peopl from this place attended dedication services ot Beech Ridge Baptist Church Sunday June 30th Mrs Orvine Hall and Miss Minnie Hall visited Mrs John Bradley WeJ nes a ay Mr and Mrs Preston Wade are re ceiving congratulations of their man friends rpon the advent of a beautifu little girl who arrived June 18th Hei name Is Hattie Martin Mrs M Martin and Daughter of Bag dad visited relatives here this week Mr and Mrs J J Hulett Mr and Mrs Sam Lacefleld Mr and Mrs Bod kin and son Master Ray were the guests of Mr Preston Wade and wife Sunday Mr John Suttles the popular young hisIMinnie Herndon of Fairview also begun her school at that place Monday Mrs Ed Kirk of Bridgeport whc has been very ill is slightly improved The glorious Fourth is passed and gone but the number of dead and wounded not yet reported BENSONITE IFarmers mechanics railroaders borers rely on are Thomas Electric on Take the sting put of cuts burns or bruises at one Pain can not stay where it is used THE CHARMING WOMAN is not necessarily one of perfect form and features Many a plain woman who could never servo as an artists model possesses those rare qualities that all the world admires neatness clear eyes clean smooth skin end that sprightliness of step and action that accompany good health A phys ically weak woman is never attractive not even to herself Electric Sitters restore weak women give strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin beautiful complexion Guaranteed by all druggists 50c J S i M A SELBERT TH- ELEADING JEWELER CHOATEVILLE Every one has enjoyed themselves very much during the past two weeks We were very sorry that our youni and handsome friend Rev J E Pritchett could not have been with us longer than Saturday morning af ter holding protracted meeting her for the past two weeks We realiz that he did very much good in our community He is said to be one of the best ministers that ever hel meeting in Choateville and we trust that the time willcome when he can visit his many warm friends here are glad that we can say the same about Rev W T Mullins We enjoyed his speaking to us verymuch Rev Mulins left for his home Mon day Every one is sorry that the meeting has closed Protracted meeting began at Benson Monday night and they are get ting along very nicely Mr Boone Hamilton called on his best girl Miss Jessie Pierce Sun dayMr John Ellison and best girl Mis Lottie Suttles attended Choatevill church Sunday evening Mr Wm B Walter called on his best girl Miss Christine Weber Sunday Miss McQueen and sister spent Sun day with iiiss Emma Dennis Mr Henry Showalter of Falls View spent Sunday afternoon with Mr Berr PierceMr and Mrs Rufus Bryant spelt a few days with Mr and Mrs Wm PierceA delightful party was given b Mr and Mrs iohn Moore to the oung people of this community Saturda evening They report a fine time Mr Dan Moore And Miss Ethe Hulette attended church Sunday Miss Lucille Walter spent the pas two weeks with Miss Christine Web to attend protracted meeting We have organized a Ladies Ah Society for the benefit of the ladles or this community Let every lady tr Ito Stella Netherton and Miss Minnie Hall of Frankfort attendee church Wednesday evening Mr Dan Moore who has been ill with mumps we are happy to say Is about well Many interesting games of croquet were played at Mr Wm Pierces Sunday Miss Stella Hulette spent Sunday with Miss Jessie Pierce Miss Goldie Siidduth Miss Lucille Walter mid Miss Christine Webei spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs Main Moore at Falls View Sir Chester Dennis and best girl Miss Ellis Peters attended church Sunday Mr Henry Showalter and best friend Miss Bertie Chambers attended church Sunday Mr Robert Wade and best girl Miss Emma Dennis attended church Sunday Mss Anna Holder spent the past few weeks with Mrs Clipper- I will announce that Rev B F Williamson of Frankfort will addresf the people of Choateville Sunday July The subject Sunday morning will bo Different Denominations for Sunday evening Sanctification Everyone is cordially invited to at end All right boys now for a good trip for your hay wagons The members of the Ladies Aid So iety will give an ice cream supper the second Saturday night in August 1M for the benefit of the church Every one is invited I guess all the young people of Pea f Ridge and Benson have got married for we havent heard from them for 1swerstorative and my Book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or The Kid neys Address me Dr Shoop Racine WIs Troubles of the Stomach Heart or Kidneys are merely symptoms of a deeper ailment Dont make the common error of treating symptons only Symptom treatment Is treating the result of your ailment and not the cause Weak Stomach nerves the inside nerves means Stomach weakness always And the Heart and Kidneys as well have their controlling or inside nerves Weaken these nerves and you Inevitably have weak vital organs Here is where l tfamefor bloating biliousness bad breath or complexion use Dr Shoops Re storative Write for my free Bookfion Dr Shoops Restorative Sold by tIall dealersIl ft I STREET CAR LINE i Cars leave Capital Hotel Main and Ann streets for South Frankfort com j men ing at 615 a m and every 15 minutes until 1015 p m 4iperp m For Leestown630 a m and everyr30 minutes until 10 p m F AND V TRACTION CO J D SALLEE SuptI A FAMILY SAFEGUARD Dr Green arranges with the Niece of J Fchce to handle her famous Uncles GreatrThroat and Lung Cure JThe best family safeguard Is a reliable household medicine that will cure croup coughs colds chilly sensations running eyes and nose sore throat and affectionsthat will keep the childreD proof against all contagious diseases gSuch a is Boschees German Syrup which has a record of 35 years in the cure of consumption catarrh and all lung and bronchial troubles CJThe fJme of German Syrup as a coal sumptive cure since its purchase by Green from the niece of the famous DryBoschee hnwextended to all parts of thl earth It has big sales everywhere to qTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggU For sale by J W Gayle Woven Wire fences D C LA Agent for Lamb Peerless WoVen YARDIFence and Poultry Fence 12 Maumee FENCINGNo Wi tl ar The Good Old Summer Timet u Creates a demand for North Star Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Ice Cllests Sprinkling Hose Screen Windows Wire Screen Cloth and Screen Doors Call and examine our stock P G SOWRR 00307309 Main Street Hardware MerchantsBoth Phones t a RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL munCHRev A B Chinn the rec tor being absent Mr C L Clingman will conduct the service at 11 a m trand 730 p m 930 a m Sundayschool la the chapelWednesday evening prayer at 730 prw IThe public generally Invited to ate tend BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr MI B Adams the pastor will preach 11amand8pmSundayschool 945 in the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught IIbythe pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union has adjourned for the summer Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 745 in the chapel Visitors cordially Invited Seats tree T3HRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson the pastor being away on his vacation Rev Jos M Severance will preach at 11 a m No evening service- Sundayschool at 930 a m in the chapel Chrfstlan Endeavor Society has ad 5 journed for the summer Prayermeeting on Wednesday event WIng at 730 oclock in the Chapel Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct services as follows Low Mass at 730 a m v High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Jesse R Ziegler the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 pm Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 630 p m x fI Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed I fi METHODIST CHURCHRev J 0 A Vaught Pastor will preach at 11 1aam and 745 p m Sundayschool aL 945 a m Epworth League at 7 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday even Ing at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the pas- torl being absent there will be no service at either h- ourtYoungPeoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 pmE- verybody invited to attend 1 BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school at 330 oclock p m THORN HILLThere will be Sun dayschool every Sunday afternoon In the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p m Generally debilitated for years Had sick headache lacked ambition was worn out and all run down Bur dock Blood Bitters made me a well Moo I rx ICORKERS AND TWISTERS By Mrs OHoulihan One of the best evidences reflected by the prosperity now existing among the industrial classes of Frankfort Is In the character of dress now worn by the laboring people and their families as compared with that of ten years agoIt was a hard matter then for the mechanics or day laborers to lay aside enough from his uncertain weeks wages to buy a new hat or a new pair of shoes to give his wife or daughter a new figured calico dress or hat with one lone flower or to even replace his own tattered working clothes by those of more substantial stuff But now things are changed The working man has his clothes of strong and durable material for both shop and outdoor duty and neat overalls to protect them On Sunday and holi days he wears the best makes with hat and shoes to match and on the street appears as neat and presentable as the best specimens of upper tendum His wife and daughters are equally evident in dresses of fashion able cut and finish and the happy smiles that wreathe their faces Indi cate that the demon of want Is not to be found at their homes They can even sometimes spare money enough to hire a rig and take the children out to see the meadows and greens fields and the sheep and horses and cattle in the country The drug stores of Frankfort can not be charged with combining and confederating In the establishment of any fixed scale of prices In fact there Is a beautiful variance In the matter of drug store charges For In stance one drug store charges 15 cents for 48 grains of baraclc acid in water another charges 25 cents for 82 grains of the same acid in water whilst another charges only 5 cents for 480 grains of the acid without the water So one drug store charges five cents for a pound of copperas while another drug store will only give vou of a pound for the same money And again one drug store charges 15 cents for three trlonel powders of 15 grains each whilst an other charges 25 cents for three of the same powders of 12 grains each Guessing the cost of a prescription Ig like telling the age of a horse by Its teeth Betting Is now at odds In favor of the McClure Business Block making a finish ahead of the new L N depot and bets are even that the New State Capitol will enter the home stretch a length ahead of the new depot An amusing story Is told of an epi sode In which Gen D W Llndser and the late Capt Sanders were partici pants With others present the group had been standing where the high cliffs of the Kentucky river with their benches of rock were plainly visible The conversation bore upon the sea shells the petrified mollusks and other creations that were depos ited with the rocks In their high altitude amiof which some of the strong layers were even formed Why exclaimed Gen Llndsey you see that big ledge near the top V of the cliff The water was once up to and over that ledge That cant be so emphatically ex claimed Capt Sanders for I have been steamboating up and down the river for fifty years and it has never been up there to my knowledge I will mail you free to prove merits samples of my Dr Shoops Restora tive 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 nervesthe inside nerves mean stomach weakness always And the heart and kidneys as well have their controlling orv 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 p3 and free book Dr Shoop Racine Wis The Restorative is sold by aUi druggists BROUGHT HOME FOR BURIAL The remains of Col Isaac H Tra bue of Punta Gorda Fla whd died on Monday were brought here on Wednesday and placed In our cemetery after services had been performed by Rev Josf Severance Col Trabue was the brave and gallant KentuclQIIheglment The remains were accompanied to his old home by several of his nephews from Louisville Col Trabue was raised in this count near Hoge St THE aUonI umber three Is a wonderful mas cot for Geo H Parris of Cedar Grove Me according to a letter which reads After suffering mucb with liver and kidney trouble and hecomlng 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 nrlji three bottles completed the Ef Guaranteed best remedy for rMach liver and kidney troubles By all druggists 50 cents THE CHIPPEWAS TO CAMP As so many of the members of the Clilppewa Fishing Club of this city find it impossible to leave home this year it was thought there would be no camping trip of the club this sea son but Messrs Geo L Payne Rich ard Morris and Frank C Cannon of this city and Dr Elliott of Ohio have determined that the record of the club shall not be broken and will leave about the first of next month for the usual camping place in Wisconsin and may be Joined by others before the time comes for them to leave 1COLORED FAIR AT DANVILLE Tickets will be sold via the Queen Crescent Route August 13th to 16th Inclusive with final limit of August 18th at pne fare plus 25 cents for the round trip One ltalf fare for children between the ages of five and twelve years 2tt J t sAt IfL WHEN HER BACK ACHES A Woman Finds All Her Energy And Ambition Slipping Away Frankfort women know how the aches and pains that come when the kidneys fail to make life a burden Backache hip pains headache dizzy spells distressing urinary troubles all tell of sick kidneys and warn you of the stealthy approach of diabetes dropsy and Brights disease Deans Kidney Pills permanently cure all these disorders Heres proof of It In a Frankfort womans words Mrs T Thornton of 533 Short St Frankfort Ky says A constant dull aching pain across the small of my back caused by my kidneys has annoyed me ior Years On account of this and for the fact that my back has been so weak I have not been able to do any hard work about the house at all There was a difficulty with the kianeys secretions which was a constant irritation They were irregular unnatural and scalded Doans Kidney Pills were recommended to me so highly that I got a box J W Gayles drug store They certainly helped me in every way for Belt better than I had in a long time I have no hesitancy in recommending Doans Kidney Pills to any one suffer ing from kidney trouble of any kind For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMllburn Co New York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansand take no other Miss Willlna Smith of Elizabeth town Is the guest of Mrs C W Saf fell for a few weeks Then she will go to the College of Music Cincinnati for the coming year to take up voice culture again Dont that piles can not be cured Thousands of obstinate cases have been cured by Doans Ointment 50 at drug store a j MASONIC GRAND MASTER VISITS HIRAM LODGE Historic old Hiram Lodge room In the Masonic Temple was filled with an enthusiastic crowd of brethren of the mystic tie on Thursday evening the occasion being the visit of Hon Saml K Veach of Carlisle Grand Master of the btate The solemn and impressive degree of Master Mason was conferred upon Mr Scott Brown the work being done by Mr Veech Mr Brown Is one of the tallest andImost athletic specimens of fine Ken tucky manhood to be found In the State The Grand Master made an Infor mal and Instructive talk which was just to the point and met the hearty concurrence of the brethren After the Lodge work was closed 4J frappe ice cream and cake were served and every one present went home feeling that it was good to be there w L N EXCURSION TO LOUISVILLE 1 The L N R R Co sell ex 4 cursion tickets to Louisville tomorrow P t for the small sum of 125 for theftrip Quite a crowd is expected to go down from this city as the Frankfort Baseball Club will play the Recclus team of Louisville that day 0 RIGHTS OF WAY SECUREDIThe Highlands Railway Co has closed the contract for the right of way through the lands of the Vogler heirs and of Mrs R M Trumbo This clears the way all the obstruc tions from the work of this end ol the line the other parties Interested having arranged their affairs heretoifore THE BIG BLUE GRASS FAIRiINCORPORATED AT LEXINGTON KY OVERAug 1247SJ PremiumsII 0ss 6 25000 In In Premiums KOPPS MILITARY BAND z The Great Knabenshue Airship DAILY ASCENTSIThe Best and Most Extensive List of Free Attractions in the Country 16 Thrilling Acts EachDay16 For Preliminary Prize List and Catalogue address JOUETT SHOUSE Secretary Lexington KyrSthiiiic cent9 any will round genuineLaxative tthe remedy that cures u cold la one day t L it Jj 1tff McCLURE itI i ji 1 fo CLEARANCE SALE II 1 t MENS AND YOUNG MEN S SUITS The Greatest Clearance Sale of Mens Suits Ever Known in Frankfort Its time to clean out spring suits Weve sold more clothes in fou- r4months this spring than in six months last spring But weve bought more too so we start this sale with a greater variety to select from and better values to give than weve ever before offered in a clearance sale You know 1 the McClure ruleextreme reductions in price and no suits reserved except p about 30 mohair coats and pants A great many suits at half price a goodM181 many at less than half price Come early and get choiceI It fJi pylt 14 SUITS WORTH 353O25 1 Choice now of any mans or ryoung mans suit in the store worth 3530 or X25 at 14 None re served Every suit hand tailored rrlmany of them made of imported worsteds quite a few either silk fLlined or with silk sleeve linings The choicest of this seasons noyelt1F rbties the best staple patterns Less than half price on many suits in this lot and every suit right up to tt the McClure standard of the finqst o s readytowear thats made Early comers get choice Blacks and blues included PRICEfBOYS KNEE PANTS SUITS f Any knee pants suit in the store at just half price About 300 suits to selact from to begin with 1000 SUITS NOW 500 d 800 SUITS NOW 400 700 SUITS NOW 350 600 SUITS NOW 300 500 SUITS NOW 250 350 SUITS NOW 175 d1 t dA 8 SUITSt D Ai 1 WORTH 15 12 10 1 J Any man or young mans suit in the store worth regularly less 1 than 20 except mohairs now at 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 rightJChoice now for 800 Blacks and blues included Mohair coats and pants not included in this offer Now remember Every mans young mans and boys suit in stockJ except about 30 mohair suitsisIincluded in this sale It is for CASHonly and we are compelled to charge for alterations Eight hundred mens and young mens and three hundred boys suits to commence with The prices are very unusual You can not affordIi not to be an early buyer 5 R McClure BonsINCORPO RTBD- I ll 11 I I