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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1 I KJj 1 tJIYf1 1 JJX 1i il1 r c c i J F ty THE FRANKFO RoUND t fRT ABOUT I GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance U 1 I YOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JULY 27 1907 No 404 I FRANKFORTS PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS GEORGE SALENDEUIStaple und t tions Cigars f and Country No 510 Second St New Phono 517 ProduceIjuno la 0- uiKODAKS COI LECOMPTE GAYLE 7 J ncOrlorat r1South 814 edIJune 15Om J LAUNDRY I TheM S N Laundry aims to lo the best work in the State All work called for and deliver ed E G NELL Agent Office 228 St Clair St up stairs jloGm f c PLUMBING I I r When in need of firstclass new or old sanitary work call on Chas Whitohead 104 St Clair withrI Both Phones 105 r ltbtanufaeturers Jw made from Distilled Water IY tFacton Nos 102 104 and 108 Mltin Street Phones Sn and 1hel lnrgOft und best equipped plant In the State lime l50Ill M C W VOGLER Dealer ff mancY 1dStnl Grocer ies Tinware Lee- Cor juno UPItodato W J SCOTTOW Country Produce a Specialty Staple and lnnt Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Both Phones Cor 2nd Bridge Streets juno 15lijn FRACTIOUS HORSE INFLICTS DAMAGE On Saturday night some parties whose names could not be learned drove a horse and buggy on the St Clair street bridge When near the middle of the bridget w animal be came frightened at a street car and notwithstanding the car was stopped at once the frenzied animal crashed into another buggy with two lady oc cupants and broke off the hind wheels of the vehicle Luckily no one was hurt though things looked squally for a while Regulates the bowels promotes easy natural movements cures constltpa tlon Doans Regulets Ask your drug n gists for them 25 cents a box 17ARRESTEDfI Sherman Thomas colored was or rested on Tuesday by Officers Mcr Donald Plerc and Johnson In Thompsons saloon charged with- being a pickpocket and carrying concealed weapons NIGHT PROWLER Several houses have been entered on South Shelby street during tIe this week by a white night prowler So far he has not gotten away with any goods but has been shot at several times HORSE WHIPPING There was quite a sensational horse whipping between two women on Clinton and Washington streest pu Tuesday afternoon The parties were Mrs John Maho ney who wielded tho whip and Miss Pearl Mahoney The latter Is charged with having alienated the affections of Mr John Mahoney from his wife W which she strenuously Denies v 1 i M ifJt nt Ji 1 t SOUTH CO PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY June Both Phones 17 Gavital Stoam Laundry Office Cor Main and Ann Sts Laundry Foot of Ann St FRANKFORT KY June 15Gm In Addition to LUMBER- We sell the Celebrated Hnmi mor Paint anti the best Wall Plaster made Invincible HAMMOND CO juno G- mShoe Makers I Kratzel 219 Broadway St will make to orders any kind of Shoo or Boot at reasonable price Repairing of all kinds neatly done Do not forget his number juno iS3m NAT MILLER THE TAILOR Makes a Specialty of Dyeing Cleaning and Pressing Suits Made to Order 405 Main St Opp Capital Hotel juno 15lm Interior Decorating For all high class work of this kind tint call on those thatt- 119r01ghl Understand the busll CPULAR lairjuno WITHDRAWS FROM POWERS CASE Col C J Bronston who had been employed by Arthur Goebel as chief counsel in the prosecution of Caleb Powers charged with complicity Ini WithIdrawnHILL1 WATER PIPES TO THORN OOIlgI The Frankfort Water Co Is up with tim rapid growth of the city and suburbs It has had a water main flqicl to Thorn Mill so that the habitants of that thriving village can get all the water they want PHILLIPS CANTY Plumbing Gas Fitting and Sew erage Sanitary Work of all Descriptions Try us and be Convinced juno 15Cm Have you a Gas Stove If not got one at once and save money Call on us for a perfect stove atIlight price The Capital Gas Electric juno 15Om Light CO Incorporated The South Side Meat MarketI The Best Beef Lamb V Pork Fresh and Smoked sage Sliced Ham Oysters and Fish in Season I I Juno 15flm NEVILLE COLLINS Liquors and Where to Buy Theta The Pure Food Law didI1lellt AgentforW GAY Tailor and Gentjonicn Furs nisher mid Hatter CJeanltlglPr +sing and Repairing Main Street bid Phone juno 15Gm rIor Plain nndMncy 1 JOB WORK Try the Roundabout WHATS THE MATTER WITH THE ELECTRIC LIGHTS IFor several nights this week along towards the small hours the electric lights have gone out and considerable inconvenience has been caused thereby On Tuesday night there was a aria tion in the weather About 1 oclock tho lights were out and every few minutes they would come on for a few seconds and then out again Sometimes there would only bo a pale light for a second or so BlttloEarly Risers IIlef moue little 11111I HAMMOND a Co1 Sell Lumber Shingles Sash Doors Hardware Paint and the best Wall Plaster Made Wilkinson St Frankfort Ky L- j fJIt t j J 7 t t r ic 3r r KAGINSATTRACTIVE SATURDAY SHIRT WAISTS if 125 White Lawn Waists Sc 225 White Lawn Waists SI 80 J 400 Whits Lawn Wnists S3OO Ilhelp nre tint famous Brighton Waists which name is nyguarantee of excellence in style quality and designtWALKING SKIRTS S3 7 5 a Weve just received a shipment of new style skirts They are made of the longwearing Panama In the lot fire n great many skirts made of a nice quality of this material beautifully designed and trimmed with plaits Youll wonder atIthese for 8375 lLadies lye Vests tOe piliILongpnirOneOno lot 25c Belts 19c each ICR KAGIN 8 BRO NO41r43W CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY lei t r u 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 one bowels right 25 cents At all drug stores NOTED KENTUCKY POET AND NEWSPAPER MAN DIES Col Will S Hays of Louisville the toted newspaper man passed to the rest beyond on Tuesday last aged Col Hays best pieces was the universally popular Mollle Darling which was sung played and whistled nil over the country in the years just before the civil war FRANKFORT DAY AT SCOTT COUNTY FAIR Wednesday August 7th has been set apart as Frankfort Day at the Scott County Fair A brig delegation of our Business Mens Club and outer citizens from the Capital City will e TO ATLANTIC CITY The F C and B 0 S W Railways will run an excursion to Atlantic City N J on Thursday August 1st at the exceedingly low rate of HS5 for te round trip Tickets will be gooa returning to IntelIImltlla Deer Park Mountain Lake Park and Oakland Md on return trip For descriptive pamphlets time of trains tickets sleeping car reserva ions list hotels etc call on agents- of Frankfort and Cincinnati Ry or B c u S W Railroad MAMMOTH FIRE WORKS SPECTACLE The State Board of Agriculture un ler whoso nusplcies tho Kentucky State Fair will be given at Louisville l Jl v tI fi rIU ti t ii ttwt September 1C21 has just closed ono of the biggest contracts in the histo ry of the State Fairs Realizing that vIsitors to the State Full come with the expectation of seeing not only live stock exhibits that excel but desiring to have all forms of attrac t tive amusements added to the pro gram arrangement has been made with the Pain pyrotechnic Co to bring to Louisville during the State Fall week Its famous reproduction of Mie eruption of Vesuvius TIlls Is ac knowledged to be the greatest of all lire works spectacles It faithfully depicts the awe Inspiring calamity that came with the rain of fire from the great volcano near Naples a little more than a year ago t Ill stop your pain free To show you firstbefore you spend a penny what my Pink Pain Tablets can do will mail you tree a trial package ot thenDr Shoops headache tab lets Neuralgia Headache toothacherperiod pains etc are due alone to blood congestion Dr Shoops headrache tablets simply kill pain by coax ing away tho unnatural blood pres sure That is all Address Dr i1 Shoop Racine Wis Sold by all drug gists t It EXCURSION TO HIGH BRIDGE J The F C C and Q C Hailwarsrwill run an excursion to High Bridge tomorrow Sunday July 2Sth Train leaves this city at 0 a m Returning roaches home at G50 p in Fare for round trip only100 Fare for round trip to Georgetown only 50 cents AWFUL MARINE DISASTER Tho passenger steamer Columbia running between San Francisco and the coast cities was run down and sunk by a vessel heavily loaded with lumber on Saturday night lheroIwas a heavy fog prevailing at tho time The PVO of the vessel was literally crushed to fragments It sunk J In five minutes taking over 100 passengers to the bottom U 6 tiluEarly Risers Ths famous fi Ye pips i ltit t rrl I jf 5 I ktL If r iY t EITZELSSALE OF ODDS AND ENDS CHARLES rIIEEI1J I l J t PERSONAL um Mrs H Clay Wilson left Wednesday for Louisville Mr E W Howser is visiting reli lives at Mt Eden Mr John H Stuart was a visitor in Georgetown this week Miss Jennie Robb of Louisville is visiting iriends here Mr John Driscoll the grocer is at springssMr H K Yard of Versailles was in the city on Tuesday I judge W LJett visited relative at Cincinnati this week Mrs Jennie U Morton has returned from a trip to Louisville Mrs J T Spencer is visiting relatives at Knoxville Tenn Mrs Geo A Feamster has returned from visit to Paducah Mrs R A Frazier is visiting Mrs isT L Jones at Versailles Miss Clara Annette Nelson is yislt ing relatives in Louisville Miss Eloise Booe returned Mbnda from a visit to Nicholasville Mrs I T West went to Irvine Wednesday for a short visit Mr P C Sower and wife left Sat urday for French Lick Springs Miss Eula Tichenor of this office visited in Lexington this week Miss Chrystine Reynolds visited hel friends in Lexington this week Mr Win Cromwell and wife left for Drennon Springs Saturday I Rev IJD Stucker wife and daugl Ixyter visited at Bagdad this week Mrs Thos P Rogers visited rein Yatives in Louisville this week yL rrMrs Thos A Hall and daughte have returned from Louisville r xDlr E B Weltzel has gone to New yl York City and also to Jamestown Mrs Carrie H Mandeville has gone to Dawson Springs for a vacation Mrs Kate Bush Martin of Louis vine visited friends here this weeks Mrs Murray Brawner and children are guest of friends in Louisville Mr George Mattern of Louisville spent Sunday here with his father Mr C Steele Reading visited relatives in Shelby county this week Mr E M Finned and wife have returned from a visit to Shelbyville Mrs Hiram Berry and Miss Clintii Cunningham are visiting at Plneville Mr r Paul Swain and family visitor bis parents at Smithfield this week Miss Sarah Mahan is the guest of her uncle Mr Dorr B Mahan at Dan vllle Mrs J Price Williams and daugh ter of Louisville are visiting relatives hereMrs W E Settle is visiting her t daughter Mrs H M Kellogg in Louis ville Rev T N Arnold returned Tues day from trip to St Joseph Mis sourl Rev Dr J McClusky Blaney of t ffIIIF l Odd lot Wash Skirts 98c Lot Towels 10c Lot Handkerchiefs 15e Lot Corsets only 29c Big lot Ribbons lOc yd 200 yds Persian lawn 12 ic yd 20 doz ladies Black Hose 10c pair Odd lot Belts 19c 150 yds Silk Organdies worth 35c only 19c yd Lot White and Colored Parasols Cost Price Any Tailored Suit we have left will go if we can fit you J 4r a a Danville was a visitor here this1 week Mr W H Kidd wife and children visited friends in Louisville this C P Chenault visited her sis ter Mrs T A Hall in Louisville this Sallie Robinson Thomas and son are guest of Mrs A A Bailey at BagdadMr C Hazelrigg the genialli ery man is recuperating at Drenno SpringsMr H Pattie is visiting his sister Mrs Stoddard J Glanton at Burnslde Miss Eva Jones of Kanova W Va is the guest of her sister Mrs Norman files Col R C Hieatt and wife have rea turned from a visit to the Jamestown ExpositionI Mr H B McCoy and wife of Lexington were guests of relatives here this week Miss Una Wright visited her sister Mrs Otis Ashurst at Georgetown this week- Mr J S Weathers and family are camping out new Indian Rock on Main Elkhorn Mrs Nellie Steadman Cox was the guest of Mrs C T Jenkins in George town this week Mrs Edwina Davidson of Paducah is the guest of Mr Z T Thomasoi Logan street Misses Hattie and Emmie Scott are guests of Misses Witherspdon in Woodtord county Miss Julia W Johnson and Miss Elizabeth Sargent are visiting friend Iin Nelson county Mrs Lixxle Campbell and daughters Misses Willie and Mary left Wednes day for Pineville Mrs Edward Schneider left Thurs day for a visit to her old home at Jamestown N Y IIrs Weindel and daughter Miss Ida are guests of relatives at Peters burg Boone county l hos A Holl spent Sunday ICol his wife Louisville and daughter at Norton Mrs W C Lutkemeier returned Monday from a visit to her sister Mrs W R Scott at Paris Miss Louise Danle and Miss Salllc Coleman have gone to Hazard Perr county to visit friends Mrs John M Jameson and daughter Miss Martha left Saturday for a visit to lelatives in Cynthiana- Mr W H Posey and Mr John W Rodman left Thursday for their an anal fishing outing Tn Canada Officers J B Hamilton and Ed Pierce tool three negro girls to the State House of Reform Tuesday Miss Wary Aldridge of Dallas Tex who has been the guest of Miss Virginia Gray has returned home Miss Anna May Fears of New Cas 1e who leas been the guest of Miss ula Petty has returned home Mr Walter G Chapman wife and hlldren have gone to Canada to spend the rest of the heated term taI Mrs J O A Vaught and daughte Miss Elizabeth are visiting frIends at their old home at Catlettsburg Mr George McLeod Engineer of the Frankfort Versailles Interurban Line was in the city on Tuesday Mrs Geo W Riggan of LouisvilK was the guest of Mrs Fannie G Thompson Ewing street this week Miss Martha Farmer of Cincinnati and Miss Julia Alexander of Harrod burg are guests of Miss Eliza Nethe tonIMrs Sallie Daniel and daughte Mrs Henry Rowlette have gone to Farmers Rowan county to visit reli tivesMiss Rose Haeb of Jeffersonvill Ind who has been the guest of Miss Freddie Kaltenbrun has returns Frank B Mitchell of Green ville Tennis visiting her parent Mr Z T Thomason and wife Logan Dr M B Adams wife and children left Thursday for Mason county where they will spend theIr vacationRev O C Powers and family and Mrs M J Scofield of High Point N 6 are ruests of Esq J D Parker at FarmdaleMr MPowell and wife and llfss Winfrecl Hisle of Winchester who have been guests of Mrs Sidney A Powell have gone home Capt McHenry Rhodes wife and children of Meade county who have been guests of her parents Mr J M Case and wife have returned home Mrs Fred Phillips Sr Mrs Fred Phillips Jr and children who have been guests of Mrs Sam South have returned to their home in New Yorl Dr O B Demaree Mr Hugh Cram well Mr Rufus Cromwell Mr F G Stagg Mr J T Selbert Mr R W McReary and others returned fron the Elks Reunion at Philadelphia Sunday Mr Thos F Jones who has been a linotype operator in this office for several months has resigned on account of his health and returned to his home at Bloomfield Col H H Roberts and wife arid Mrs Jas M Saffell chaperoned terry crowd of young people at the grove near Steadinantown on TueS lay They did not return to the city until 8 oclock p m Mss Virginia Greenow gave a de lightful musicale on Tuesday evening at the home of her grandmother Mrs Virgina Duvall Steele street in honor of her guest Miss Beatrice Under wood of Bowling Green Mrs John F Davis and daughter Mrs Joe Gray Green visited Mrs Jane Hord in Versailles this weel Mrs C M Brulgeford and daughters Misses Lottie and Nannie have returned from a visit to Ludlow THE CURSE OF DEBT We heartily endorse the following which we clip froth the Georgetown Timed Now that settling up time has gain rolled round some people who my on credit are more or less em ObligatiOnSjrnere f Jtoj crt Ii GREAT ti SUMMER SALEf A Chance to Get Fine Goods at Low Prices Linen Skirts and Shirt Waists Long Gloves all i shades China and Oriental Silks Other 1 attractions Call and see them m = F is HEENEY 4 I Value JOHN DRISCOLL The Leading GrocerIThe Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place I JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentuckyt Dr Weavers Syrup H Pnrtflet the blood Cerate ointment for the ikla KILL lAND CURE II WITH j II I FOR THE THE COLDS COUCH LUNGS Ij Dr Kings I New Discover I QUcHS Trial 1PRICE AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED ATISFAOTOR OR MONEY REFUNDED vied on account of being In debt for they wont pay when they have the money if there is any possible way to get around it People who are sen sitive about such things and are wor ried hecause they cant pay would find comfort in the future if they would learn well the very important lesson that one of the worst things they can do is to spend their money before it is earned that is to go In debt buy on credit Promises to pay are oftimes fun of trouble Tha sane and safe way would he to spend less than you make at least to learn to live within your income It would be better to deprive yourself of some thing than to go in debt for It espe fly If the prospect of meeting the obligation at the time expected Is not very promising s 54d II 4tW Qualify I 1 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCt 1 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cIIAnyone ending aketeh and description may 11tlonsetrictlycontidenttat eecuringpstemPatents lv ttcial notice without charge in tbo I Scientific American- A handsomely illustrated weekly Largest elr dilution of any identities Journal Terms ears tour months fL Sold by all new dealer mUNN Co 36IBroadwaif New York Brancir Office F Bt Washington D Reduced Rates TO Louisville KyV- IA i Queen Crescent Routei iOne fare plus 25 cents for the round trip Tickets on sale August 19th to 20th good returning August 25th Ask Ticket Agents for par ticulars July 27td J I i di I Ii y I I II AND lit J By Mrs A ten mile ride about the city and suburbs for 15 cents That Is the offered to the hot feverish people of by the line as far as the junction i of the and turn v pikes Tale a car at the corner of i Shelby and Second streets go around the loop and through the city out to the forks of the road near Blacks pond thence return and transfer at the Capital Hotel to the Thorn Hill thence out to the Glass Thorn Hill thence back through the city to and around the loop to the starting point The distance covered will be ten miles and the fare for round trip will be 15 cents the street car people could matte starting point ot the Capital Hotel and issue a special ticket for the trip it would no doubt Induce many of our citizens to avail of a nice cool ride and also be i a nice circuit for visitors to get aI glimpse of the Greater awhile when points at Thorn Hill by rail still further attrac will be added to enlarge the scope of a street car jaunt We have the best for saying the right of iI to connect these terminals will given free of cost to the railway company The line would open up a greater field for suburban settle and cheap homes for the Indus classes The season has been in full progress the past week and the bucket brigade from town and country have been busily engaged in the luscious harvest t for those who love the of delicious berries in sugar and or wrapped in the floury roll and served with sauce or hidden between the layers of the old the hushes have been widely cut down and the crop In the olden time hundreds of acres were covered with bushes that this healthy and berry but l other needs have swept them away till only a few are left in the fence corners or in the gulleys or or on some waste ground There is a good remedy for all this Idss Every one who has a garden should grow the aslhe grows the Plant the bushes in rows close together hedging them In on each side by a light railing and the tops to an i height and you will be how many and how fine a crop of berries I will be The yield will be much greater than the yield from rasp I ONLY ONE EK MORE i IOf the Great July Clearance and Remnant Sale I Many New Remnants Money Saving Values itinEvery Department j CORKERS OHoulihan ychanceperspiring Frankfort Versailles Gedrgetown Versailles Icar Factorj IWthe i1atlie 1round themselves tiAfter FranltfortI connected 1tion authority Jwar 1still 1trial blackberry gathering Unfortunately smothering Tfcream fashioned rrpie diminished produced tempting stragglers 71ravines blackberry raspberry trimming accessible surprised produced FARMERSberrieslarger more pulpy and sweeter berries than can be found in the wild berries When the Versailles Suburban Railway is completed and the construe tion of the connecting link betwee the Capital City and Shelbyville given a through Dine from Lexington to Louisville and when the suburban from Lawrenceburg to Owenton and Sparta blows its horn through the viII lages of Alton and Peaks Mill thei Ice Cream Johny will sell his frozen necter rom i gilded chariot Jordan will haul his city refuse in an automobile truck wagon and every thing will be happy Impure blood runs you downmalees you an easy victim for organic dis eases Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the bloodcures the causebuilds you up SOUTHS GREATEST EXHIBITION The Premium List of the Kentucky State Fair This Year Offers 25 000 to all Classes of Exhib- Itors Three hundred and one different lots 1172 classes in which will be made 2689 awards an average of 448 wards a day for six days This in brief describes the premium list for the 1907 Kentucky State Fair just issued Of the 25000 in premiums 15000 Is appropriated by the General Assembly of Kentucky and 10000 added by the State Board of Agriculture under vhose auspicies the Kentucky State Fall will be given in Louisville September iC21 In Department lA Horses there ire 77 classes and 226 awards will be made The classifications include light harness three and fivegait sad- dlers roadsters combination harness and saddlers American Carriage Plantation Saddlers runabouts high toppers thoroughbreds and Shetland ponies Ball Bros offer 250 in two special classes for the best 1907 foal of Montgomery Chief The American Saddle Horse Breeders Association offers a one hundred dollar cup Oth or silver cups are offered by Cot W J Hogan the Powhatan Stock Farm and Smyser Bros Eleven classes are devoted to mules In which twentynine awards will be made These Include a fifty dqllar Cup offered by W T Hayes of Bloom eldFour hundred and seven awards over the Beef Cattle Department which is 151 classes divided among Short Horns Herefords Polled Dur AberdeenAngus and Red polls Snort Horns Herefords and Polled Durhams The Short Horn BreedersI Association has appropriated premiums in this department theI Hereford Association 300 and the Polled Durham Association 200 Dairy Cattle will receive 121 award in 59 classes There are for Jerseys and i4 each tar HolsteinI Freslans Ayrshires and Guernseys In both the Beef Cattle and Dairy Cat tie Departments there are lots for dividuals exhibitors herds breeders young herds get of sire and produce of cow and championships- Two hundred and seventeen awards In 77 different classes comprise the Swine Department in which are to be shown Berkshlres DorocJerseys Poland Chinas Chester Whites Tam worths Yorkshires Hampshires etc There are special rings for Kentucky classes Awards are to be made on individuals herds groups and championships- The Sheep and Goat Department has 80 classes in which 209 awards will be made Ten classes are devot ed to each of the following Shrop shires Cotswolds South Downs American Merinos Oxford Downs Hampshires Dorsets and Angora Goats The classes are divided among individuals flocks pens tend champion ships The American Hampshire Sheep Association has offered several special premiums in this department alone In the Poultry Department 300 awards will be made on 161 classes which include Brahams Cochins Plymouth Rocks Wyandotts Langshans Orpingtons Andalusians Leghorns Mlnorcas Hamburgs Rhode Island Reds Pit Games Indian Games Game Bantams other than Game Ducks Turkeys and Geese In this depart ment Commissioner of Agriculture Vreeland has offered nine prizes agI gregating 100 There will be 2SS awards In 94 pigeon classifications This depart ment includes Pouters Pigmy Pouters Carriers Fan Tails Short Face Tumbj ers Clean Leg Tumblers Muff Leg ramblers Jacobins Magpies English Owls Chinese Owls Turnblts D ra andlyingtakes for fancy and homing pigeons Fiftyone awards including four sil yor cups are offered on Collie Dogs here being 21 different classes The Vegetable and Melon Department has 06 classes In which 132 wards will be made Included are leans Beets Cabbage Carrots Celery Cucumbers Egg Plant Endive Horse Radsh Kale Lettuce leeks ntpn Sets Okra Parsnips Parsley Peas Peppers Irish Potatoes To r OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky H loupes The classes also have prizes on general coiections novelties and sweepstakes Fifty dollars Is offered in this department by Commission of Agriculture Vreeland There will t e 131 awards made In the Department of Field Seed and Grain which Is 66 classes divided as follows Corn Wheat Oats Bane Rye Timothy Red Top Orchard Grass Kentucky Blue Grass Clove Soy Beans Cow Peas Sqrghum Buclt wheat Millet Broom Corn English Blue Grass Commissioner of Agriculture Vreeland offers 175 In sweepstakes in this departmen There are also some special prizes offered on corn by Letterle Son In this connection it may be announced that Commissioner Vreelan has offered fifteen awards on alfalf navy beans and corn aggregating ov- eThirtyfive fns awards are offered on tobacco which is divided into thlrten classes between Burley and Dark Tobacco Two special premiums amoun fine to 50 are offered by Commissioner VreelandThe in the Department of Horticulture numbering 10J ire divided among apples peaches ears grapes and miscellaneous fruits 230 different awards to be nadeSpecial premiums are offered for jountry displays ranging from 60 to and a addition there are two prizes offered by the Department of Agriculture amounting to 50 In the Plant and Flower Departmen here are 14 classes divided amont amateurs and classifications open to all exhibitors Twentyeight award are to be made and there will be special displays of cut flowers or inesday and nursday of State Pall Womans Work 25 classes art evoted to domestic manufacture embroidery IS to lace hem stitch- Ing and drawn work and 15 to knit Ing and crochet a total of 78 classl ications in which 154 awards are be made There will be sweepstakes In all lots- Eleven classes with 22 awards avers the Childrens Department In Table Luxuries 16 classes are de oted to cakes pies and heard and 2i classes to preserves jellies and Ickles In this department eightysix wards are to be made There will be no awards in the tepartmont of Farm Implements and lachinery hut the classification cov ers engines pumps mills machines ehlcles haying machinery planters l lows etc- BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leave Loxiniitnn every hour from a to 7 p nid at fllUlll11 p in Leave iris nYi ry hour from a in to p Innd 10 p Georgetown Division Leave Lexington every lionr from iStfOa m to 7150 pm ami at and p in Lcuve LCIIe Georgetown every hour from ii10 a m toS15pmandat10pinVersailles Leave Lexington from center moor hour from 6 it in to p in and nt 0 and p Leave Versailles very hour from 515 n in to 045 p in and at S15 and p in E T Phono 010 Home Phone 17 R T GUNN Manager 2tf r PEA RIDGE Mr and Mrs E H Curry and daugh ter Miss May Curry of Louisville tare guests of their sister and auntI Sirs Jiarie Varner this week Mr Barney Lacefield called on hiss friend Miss Florence Ridge Sunday The belle of Pea Ridge Miss Della Tracy had a new beau last Saturday night Look out Mr Cardwell Mr k Collins might beat your time t Miss Curry find Mr Hale will be the rguests of his sister in a few weeks Xr Henry Showalter called on his best girl Miss Roberta Chambers on iSunday f Mr Elwood Sudduth Mr George Sudduth and Mr Rosco Sudduth spent Sunday afternoon with Mr Dellmer Crutcher and brother Mr Claude Crutcher The Pea Ridge school will begin the flth of August and every girl and boy Is very glad and happy Mr Will A Van called on his best girt Miss Sallie Tracy Sunday Wonder what has become of Stoney Point We have not heard from anyone there for some time Please write and tell us how all the young folks are getting along We were all glad to hear from Ben son again That is just what we like Come again Benson Miss Mary Curry of Louisville is the guest of her cousin I1ss Florence Ridge this week Miss LUcy Tracy who has been the guest of friends at Benson is now visiting her cousin Miss Della Tracy o f Pea Ridge Misses Lucy and Della Tracy called m Mss Marv Curry and Miss Florence Ridge Tuesday afternoon Mr Polk Conway called on his irother Mr Allen Conway and wife Sunday night AUNT LINNIA Low Round Trip Rates J To Colorado California Washington and Oregon vit M HersonaRoute FROM LOUISVILLE KY SUMMER TOURIS- Tn Sale Daily Until Sept ijth Return Limit October 1907 S3450 X7915 1COLORADOLOS ANGELESI HOMESEEKERS- On Sale every tint and third Tuesdays in each month Return limit 21 and 3odays TO 1OINTS IX ARIZONA ARKANSAS NEW MEXICO OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS KANSAS AND UTAH Write Ua for Rates GALLAGHER TPA L J IRWINGi Louisville Ky louUville Ky FOR SALE Thresher Separator nt It haJoIgainti P SCOTT Fanners Bank Building 3fi tf It Tne Frankfort HountlaDout fit Entered at the postollice at Frankfurt Ken ttlcky18 secondclass nmilnble matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 27 1907 ifi a tTHE JOURNALS COME BACK- It In our Issue of last wqelc we ex pressed our disapproval of the pro- posedL placing of the patrol wagon i and horse In the office room of the Opera House now occupied by Messrs Labrot C Graham f The State Journal of Sunday tales us to task for daring to express our opinion t We did not intimate anything k we stated It as a fact that the odors it arising from a stable being placed 1 there would not tend to enhance the attractiveness of the Opera House already below par That paper does not deny the facts as stated but says that livery stables are in the central portions of the cityWe grant that livery stables are In the central portions of the city but no one denies that they are objectionable and the fumes from them are nauseating If the Journal would hear the ex pressions of ladies living adjacent to these stables we expect It would know better the sentiment of our citi zens We guess the real facts are that I the journals nostrils are so continu ally filled with the fumes of the livery stable next to whom It Is located that It has ceased to suffer from thatO 4r factNevertheless and notwithstanding we venture to affirm that it would b- ekabig mistake to put that stable in the Opera House and appeal to the ladles of the city as to wheter or not we are right IfDEATH OF CAPT JACK LONG i ft On Tuesday last quite a well known it1J man or this city passed away Capt fl Jack Long who for mony years was I a uoted fisherman hunter and I sportman died at his home on the South Side aged about 65 years after a long Illness i Capt Long was a genial whole fjfsouled fellow and numbered his friends by his acquaintances He served as a policeman In this city for a long time and had also served as a guard at the penitentiary during the lessee system He leaves a wife a sister and 1quite a number of nephews and nieces to mourn his death He had many lovable qualities upon which we love to dwell remembering his kindness of heart and soul We do not think he ever injured faliving soul Intentionally b1 rHARGIS FARCE ENDED lt The farce of a pretended trial ot j James Hargis charged with the mur der of Dr D B Cox at Sandy Hook In Elliott county was ended on Sat turday when tne attorneys for the prosecution realizing that they were up against It because Judge Moody forced them into a trial without being 1able to procure the attendance of their main witnesses withdrew from the case assigning their reasons for tfthus doing as stated above t The jury were then Instructed by the Judge to bring in a verdict of not guilty rc Thus months of hard and conscien tious work have been thrown away and the man who has been the causa of more trouble than any ten men who ever lived in Breathitt county goes unwhipped of justice notwithstanding the Court of Appeals decided that he was guilty of at least one of the charges What a farce STAMPING GROUND Mrs Albert Sau6r and children of Louisville are guests of their uncle dlrA Ford Mr W S Yates and wife of Old hoina are visiting their relative hereMaster Bryan the 11 yenr old sonI ot Mr J A Robinson Is down with typhoid fever Mr William Adams of Ohicago Ills who has been the guest of his father Mr J B Adams has returns home Miss Cynthia Thompson who has bell visiting relatives at Fort Worth Texas has returned home Mr Wm Adams wife and daughter of Fort Worth Texas are visiting relatives here Mr John A Whitton formerly a citizen of this place but now of Rush ville Ind was so unfortunate as to have his right hand cut off In a plan ing mill Mr J B Blanton who has been at the bedside of his brother In Owen county has returned home He reports his brother slowly recovering The stock for the Stamping Ground Creamery is all subscribed The lot of Mr F M Browning on the Long Lick pike has been purchased the building will soon be erected and the creamery will be In operation within the next ninety days Mr W S Pence of the Elgin Creamery Co is superintending the work The stocl subscribed was 4500 The colored folks picnic on Saturday in Sebrees woods was well at tended During the day a game uf craps was started but Marshal Richards and Deputy Edwards made a raid and captured three of the shoot ers and their outfit Judge Settles fined them all good and strong Died Sunday morning Mr Gotleil Kenley aged 71 years of heart dis ease He was a native Wittenburg Germany He was seated at the breakfast table when called hence He was a good citizen had accumu lated a comfortable fortune he was a member of the Presbyterian Church In Georgetown The funeral services were conducted by Rev Dr Neal on Monday and the burial was In the Georgetown cemetery Rev E O Cottrell pastor of Great Crossing Baptist Church has resigned and will attend the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary at NARROW ESCAPE FROM SERIOUS TROUBLE Two freight cars containing granite columns for the new capital broke loose on the steep Incline In front jf that building on Wednesday lumped the columns and ran out onto Shelby street in their course reacting off big limbs of trees and Inally landing up against a tree and the side of the street The track foes not run on that part of Shelby treet otherwise if these derelicts had started down the Shelby street grade here is no telling what damage might lave been done As it was several small children lad been playing on the street just where the cars ran not three minutes before and one little lad had just turned the corner of his home when the cars dashed over the ground they lad been upon F O E PICNICGLENWOOD PARK TUESDAY JULY 30 1907 Aerie No 923 Fraternal Order of Eagles have decided to give a grand pIcnic at Glenwood Park which will clipse anything of Its kind ever at empted In this section of the State Ihere will be something doing from J a m till 12 oclock at night Amuse cents of every description Something to entertain both old and young The Franltfort Band and Orchestro have been engaged to furnish music for the occasion Every one Is Invited and If we fail to rive you the most enjoyable day of he season we will lady refund your money Admission 25 cents OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOAQtO zRickets z 0If Ii Scotts Emulsion nourishes babys J 0 entire system Stimulates and makes bone LExactly what baby needs ALL DRUGGISTS AND 100 0000000000000000000000 A i t d Hu ADI ISED LETTERS The following Is the list of letters remaining uncalled for In the Frankfort Ky postolfice for the weekending July 27 1907 Adams Will Austin Warren Bnlwl Benjnmlne Barber Harmon Benton Cliff Berry Miss Susie Burkley John L Clark Isaac Clark Miss One Lee Duncan Miss Fleecy I Ellis Paul Heath Miss Minnie Henry Miss ElizaS4 1 Hooker Robert A i I Hockens Miss Vlllie Hodge Miss JulytHopers Loaf i McIntyre Llewellyn Myers GeorgeINewton Mrs F A Norton J Oroke Master Mike 2 ParrIs Jessie Pelley Hon Representative Primrose Miss Anita Reitchers Mrs Riddle Miss Wanie Roach Mattie Salyers LukeISmith R H k SeveranceyMr R Scott Charles V Telf Mrs Lucy Welch W H White George Williams Ernest Smith Miss Nora Wright Samie When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M THAT PARTIAL ECLIPSE On Wednesday night there was a partial eclipse of the moon whicl was or ought to have been visible here Just about the time it was beginning to be evident one of our numerous storms put in an appearance and put an end to the exhibition Notwithstanding a pretty good suet of the moon had disappeared before the cloudy curtain was drawn over its face LONG LIVE THE KING Is the popular cry throughout European countries while In America tit cry of the present day is Long live Dr Kings New Discovery King of Throat and Lutig Remedies of which Mrs JUlia Ryder Paine Truro Mass saysflIt never fails to give immediate relief and to quickly cure a cougl or cold Mrs Palnes opinion Is also shared by a majority of the inhabi tants of this country New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats af ter all 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 BIG SHORTAGE CHARGED Quite a sensation was created In this city on Tuesday afternoon when It was known that there had been disclosed asa result of the checking up of the accounts of ex County Court Clerk W J Semonin of Jefferson county of a defalcation of some 50 000Mr Semonin was a universally popular man Baby wont suffer five minutes with croup if you apply Dr Thomas Elec ric Oil at once It acts like magic WINS STATE COLLEGE SCHOLAR SHIP FROM COUNTY Miss Elizabeth Sargent daughter of Mrs Lucy Sargent was the successful contestant for the fouryear scholar ship at the State College at the ex ami nation held on Friday and Satur lay last by Prof E R Jones County Superintendent She Is a graduate of the City High SchObl and a fine stu lent and took an average of 94i percent rCOUNTY TEACHERS EXAMINA TION FOR CERTIFICATES Prof E R Jones County Superintendent of Schools held an examination for certificates to teach in the sounty schools of this county on Friday and Saturday last Miss Florence Hughes of Swallow field Miss Lula Duvall of Harvie and and Mr Henry Herndon were uccessfnl and vere awarded certlfl ates sTrU Pleasant y toI take zf 1 TrJeirk r I Laxative Syrup J NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION f Ask Your Doctor 9H Ega And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about ainormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and thEir salts are irritating to the intestines Vegetable about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling NauseWsnees 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 f Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine OilJTarpaulins j Monkey Wrenches 11 Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGGI Hardware Paints Oils Etc 1 = I 1- CapitolFoundry Machine CO HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in and Repairers of Machinery and Machine Supplies of All KindsIBoth New and Secondhand WE HAVE FOR SALE Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boiler Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrs200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONES r asl vn wvwaexnwrw tan UrIfNtvtnI YS 4cd4iRw t j f L Eyes Did Not Close For a Week Heart Trouble Baf fled Doctors- DrMilesHeartI Cure and Nervine Cured Me There is nothing more necessary to health than sleep and rest Jf these are you if rise in the morning more tired than when you went to bed there is an affection of the nerves plainly If heart is weak or is an inherited tendency in that direction your weakened nerves will soon so affect hearts action as to bring on serious chronic trouble Dr Miles Ner Tine is a nerve tonic which quiets the nerves so that sleep may come and it quickly re stores weakened nerves to health and strength Dr Miles Heart Cure is a great heart tonic which regulates the ac tion of the heart enriches the blood and im proves the circulation severelyoseemingly stop beating and at others it t beat loudly and very fast Three to four + hours sleep each night in ten months was all I could One week in last September I neverclosedmyeyesIgotDrMilesNcnine and Heart Cure at a drugstore burg after 30000 in medi ShelbyvilleFrankfort and in three days have derived more benefit gotfrtJmthink everybody ought to know of the marvelous power contained in your remedies W H HUGHES Fox Creek Ky All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addresi Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind rI CUTTING ON RIVER EXCURSION While lying asleep on the steamer Falls City on Saturday night a young man by the name of Tom Long was stabbed by an unknown party TheI Rnife struck a rib and glanced other wise the stroke would have been fatal As It was the point of the knife penetrated the stomach slightly A young man by the name of Mart on Johnson from Mlllville was arrested charged with the offense which he rv strenuously denies The woundeu man was taken to the Kings Daughters Hospital and Br H S Keller attended to his Injuries P1ETTER FROM HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS As I have ample time before taking my morning stroll Ill tell you as r best I can what I have heard about this wondeful place made by God In b which marvelous cures have been Known to be malIThe legendary history of Hotc Springs Ark fs as romantic as Its history Is Interesting It is believed t that these thermal springs were the ones sought for as the Fountain of iii Perptual Youth by Ponce de Leonj but he sought In vain Soto is said to have been the JDei man to discover Hot Springs De Soto and several other explorers spent the winter of 1541 directing a search for gold- Translated writings from the Span ish some of De Sotos army spoke of finding hot lakes and hot water pour fug from the mountain As there areI no other hot lakes In America this is supposed to be the original ones discovered by the Spanish explor L ers campedls had even more faith In the curative value of this water than do this civil iced generation The Indians believed that tne Great Spirit breathed a healing power into tne waters They were filled with such sacred awe that they believed the valley Immune from harm and strife Therefore they dwelt In peace with the early French trappers so tra dillon roads The first white man to settle at Hot Springs was Manuel Frlendhpmne in 1807 where he camped four years In 1820 the first log cabin was a erected and in 1828 other buildings were erected stores started and hotels opened In ISM the first bath house can beI ThomllsonI hous afflicted equip as well as a pleasure resort The city is in a volley east and west Ozark Mountain towering on each side The mountain sides for a distance of several hundred feet have been beautifully parked There are steps leading up the mountain side four miles of walking distance And twelve miles of beau tiful driveways which wind around the mountain and at each turn see some new scene from the beautiful Ozark overlooking the valley and the city of Hot Springs The average temperature of the wa ter is 135 Fahrenheit The population of Hot Springs is 15000 with 150000 annual visitors Tne summer Is very pleasant and the air tempered with pleasant lJreee The springs discharge 1000000 gal Ions of water per day There were originally seventyone hot springs all situated on the western slope of Hot Springs Mountain But since so much improvement has taken place many springs are merged into one Now only fortynine are In evidenceThe are supposed to be good for all ailments but tuberculosis and heart trouble But there are almost as many pleos are seekers here as health seekers As the walks and drives are grand The cold water springs are on oppo site mountain from the Hot Springs which are Arsenic Rock Magnesia Potash Sulphur Iron Sulphuric Acid Carbonic Acid etc Everyone walks to the springs before breakfast and several times a dayThe bath houses are well equipped and have fine attendants- I have been here two weeks but leave in a few days for St Louis I feel It has been quite a treat to vsit Hot Springs even if it is in the State of Arkansas C B B COMMITTEES OFBUSINESS MENS CLUB Col Geo B Harper has appointed the following Standing Committees of the Business Mens Club for the en suing year- Executive Committee W S Farm er Chairman John R Sower James Heeney Gen D W Lindsey Chas- E Hoge Wi H Posey Geo Bake- rr9nanceommitteeR K McClure Chairman T P Rogers John C Noel E H Elliott Dr E E Hume Entertainment Committee Geo L Payne Chairman R B Franklin CJ W Hay Cecil Farmer W W Long moor J S Taylor J P Hanley City Development CommitteeRev C R Hudson Chairman L F John son H H Roberts Frank Chinn Hen ry Ringold Wm Cromwell R A Frazier Manufacturing Committee John W Milam Chairman E1 Wallace W G Simpson R B Jillson ert H McClure E Power James Advertising Committee Geo C SRaw Chairman OJ N Smith G C Kagin J D Sallee Eugene E Hoge Statistics Committee T LEdelen Chairman Frank Kavanaugh W C Marshall L W Morris C Steele Reading Dr U V Williams State Taxation Reform Committee Gen D W Lindsey Chairman CotI C E Hoge Geo B Harper Geo L Payne E H Elliott Col a H Tay n Do Yon Open Your Mouth Like a young bird and gulp down whatever food or medicine may be offered you t Or do you want to know something of the composition and character of that which you take Into your stomach whether as food or medicine Most intelligent and sensible people nowadays insist on knowing what they employ whether as food or as medicine Dr Pierce believes they have a perfect right to insist upon suchlknq wlcdgo So he publishcsfecQadcast and on each bottler er whatTS tHwUclnes are made of an lies This he feels hp can w oj19 because thr IIoro till In redityits of which his medicines are made are studied not understood tie more will their superior curative virtues twi rur4ltteI For the cure of womans peculiar weak nesses irregularities and derangements giving rise to frequent headaches backache draggingdown pain or distress in lower abdominal or pelvic region accom parried ofttlmes with a debilitating pelvic catarrhal drain and kindred symptoms of weakness Dr IMercos Favorite remedyItperiods In giving strength to nursing mothers and in preparing tho system of tho expectant mother for babys comingfthus rendering childbirth safe paratively painless The Favorite Pre scription is a most potent strongthonlngI tonic to tho general partlcularItnervino and cures nervous exhaustion nervous prostration neuralgia hysteria spasms chorea or St Vituss dance and other distressing nervous symptoms attendant functional anti organic diseases of tho distinctly feminine or ansIA host of medical authorities of several schools of recommend each of the several ingredients of which Favorite Prescription Is mado for tho cure of tho diseases for which it Is claimed to be a cure You nin read what they say for yourself by sending a postal card request for a free booklet of extracts from tho leading authorities to Dr V Pierce Invalids Hotel and Surgical In stitute Buffalo N Y and It COWl to you by return post i ami will give us pleasure to show you our present fine and priced furniture 1 I the that is both appropriate find durable And shall glad to tell you of our liberal partial payment plnnu little time as your income permits lor Jr James H Buford Local Assessment and Toxation Committee Chas E Hoge Chair man E M Wallace John C Noel James H Polsgrove John R Sower- T L Edelen N B Smith Geo B Harper CHOATEVILLE Mrs Sargent and son Murray are visiting her mother this week Miss Daisy Chilson is visiting Mrs Lula Sudduth of Choateville at pres entMr Leonard Moore called on his best girl Miss Emma Dennis Sunday Mr Boone Hamilton called on his best Miss Jessie Pierce Sun Miss Barbara Dean of Carrollton Is visiting her aunt Mrs Hattie Dean presentMr Chambers and best friend uhester Dennis were out driving SundayMr Pierce and sisters Misses Jessie and Lena attended Benson Church Saturday evening Mr Wm Quire and family are residing in the house that was short while ago occupied by Mr Jesse Con wayMr Robert fcde and best girls Miss Emma Dennis and Miss Ellis Peters attended church at Benson Sun day Mr John Chambers called on his best friend over the telephone Sunday afternoon Mr Wm R Hatton and Mr Walter Lacefleld of Frankfort attended Ben son Church Wednesday night Announcement is made of the ser vices at Choateville for Sunday Let try to attend Young friends and older ones as well dont forget the ice cream sup p given by the members of the Ladles Aid Society of Choateville for the benefit of the church which will tape place the 10th night of Weavers Treatment Syrup for blood Cerate akin eroptlou CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE If your blood is impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 uer large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deep seated cases as it cures after all else Mar 21y QhesapeakeOhioRychedule feet to change without notice Limited for LnmsrilleNnshvilht plus Wet anil Southwest U20 A JI and G14 P M Dally Limited For Baltimore Philadel phia New York UicluJlomlOhti Point and Norfolk 1010 A M and 801 P JI 23lyr llIyI JI Buy Furniture R r I Extravagamn consists in buying the wrong thing at the wrong price hayingtheprice Il If yon are truly economical you will not buy fllllllt merely because It is It should lw bought first its appropriateness meIond for its durability It offerings in medium sort we also be at a t R ROGERS Sc SONS f dayIat r a Dr the for bone all Washington Fconomically TIIERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR High Grade Vehicles Than ever before The public have at last come to the conclusion that a CHEAP vehicle is DEAR at any price Our work is strictly hand made and is sold under a guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle that is iirstclass and will give perfect satisfaction drop us a card and we will call to see youe know we can suit you in both quaHtyand All we ask is an opportunity to discuss the matter with you Seller Carriage GoI VERSAILLES KY H K WARD C M BROWXING President Sec and Treas r A Happy New Year Is assured to all users of- PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR Fer Sale by all Grocers Sendus your order for Feed Hay Grains Fruit and Produce HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones m itI n C= rAM READY TO MAKE THE BEST j PHOTOSAnd BridgeStble Photographer H G MATTERN- Y fc 4L t t II l f MA SELBERT t k THE P JEWELERo hI I = MARRIED ALFORDCURRY this county on Tuesday Mr Chas Alford and Miss Stella Curry were marrie- dl10RRISHARPERIn s this city on rTuesday Mr Harry Morris of Louis vile and Miss Lizzie Harper of this city were married WINSLOWBROWDERIn Louis ii Vllle on Thursday Mr Virgil B i Winslow and Miss Mary E Browder were married by Rev W N Briney ifJ Mr Winslow is a hustling youn ibusiness man His bride is the young rt of the late Prof S P t Browder for so long Superintendent I of City Schools She is a handsome t and popular girl Her friends in this congratulationsyrt HARD ON HORSESI t haslVvery on Many persons have suffered loss by kZtfreason of their animals becoming overheated and dying before they j could be relieved J It behooves every one to be very careful how they use their draft ani Ihtma5 just now The merciful man Is merciful to his beasts LOUISVILLES NEW COUNCIL JtJ iThe Governor made the appoint ment of the new Louisville Council on Thursday as follows Aldermen John D Otter Owen Ty fit leI George J Butler S A Lederman Edward Perry John L Gruber Mark Ryan Loren B Williamson Rowan 4 Hardin W H Newman C H Hagger ty Dr H E Mechling y Councilmen First Ward M B Lammelein and Bert Spencer Second WardJoseph h Gernert and J A Barret Third Ward John F Smiley and 4Fourth WardJohn C Schildt and W B C lYomit- ifth Ward Jacob Straub and Harry Wirgman Sixth WardDaniel Coblens and I r Charles Moir Seventh Ward Michael Reichert and Price Wells Eighth WardE B Kerr and F C Carpenter ter f Ninth Ward Albert L Smith and Lee Colin Tenth Ward Ernest N Menar and Thomas Keenan Eleventh Ward Wm M Carter and Paul Wagner t Ward Phil Watson and IhTwelfth Miller ASSIGNEE eetlng of the creditors of the and bankrupt firm of S D 1w Johnson Co on Saturday last Mrj yAy Leopold Samuels of this city was j as the assignee in bankruptcy hJ Ichosen is an old merchant and 5 f will mat once arrange to close up the business of the estate 4Free for just to prove merit a trial size box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Let me send it now nfs a snowwhite creamery healing antiseptic balm Containing such healing ingredients as Oil Eucaliptus rnymol Menthol etct it gives instant and lasting relief to catarrh of thg nose and throat Make the free test and see for yourself what this prepa i ration can and will accomplish Ad dress Dr Shoop Racine Mis Large Jars cents Sold by all druggistsj t Jq BIRTHSDILGERIn Sat urday to Mr James Dilger and wife a son Doans Ointment cured me of ec zema that had annoyed me a long time The cure was permanent Hon S W Matthews Commissioner Labor Statistics Augusta Me NEW EQUIPMENT thegSouthern Railway Company will at once purchase fifty new locomotives seventyfive passenger coaches four thing cars six combination mail and baggage cars six combination passen ger and baggage cars and two hun tired cabooses The general purpose in view in ordering this new equipment is the strengthening of the passenger and freight service of the railway The new coaches are to be of the most approved modern type It is the pur pose of the company in ordering these coaches not only to supply immediate needs but in a measure to anticipate future needs The fifty locomotives will be of the lighter type and for service on lines not now requiring the heavy type of engine now in use on some of the main lines The two hundred new caboose cars are necessary to supply a need which has grown out of the rapid increase in freight train servicethe cabooses now in service not being sufficient in number to properly equip the freight trains BACK ON THE FARM Mr Samuel H Veach a prosperous merchant of Carlisle who has the honor of being Grand Master of Ken tucky Masons this year was in the city on Thursday night and part of Friday of last week having come for tilepurpose of paying an official visit to Hiram Lodge No4 While here he called upon his cousin Mr Robert L Greene the popular attorney and the two men soon became boys again talking of old times on the farm in Bracken county where they plowed corn together of the many worries Mr Greene had with old Phoebe the mare who would never turn right at the end of the row but would invariably cut across and mash down several hills of corn and the boys and girls they knew in the longago Train time came all too soon and the tender memories of youth were regretfully pushed aside for the stern realities ot the present RheumatismI matism rot a remedy that will straighten the distorted limbs of chronic cripples nor turn bony growths back to flesh again That is impossible can now surely kill the pains and pangs of this deplorable disease In Germany with a Chemist in tie City of DarmstadtI found the last ingredient with Which Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy was made a perfected dependable prescription Without that last ingredient I successfully treated many many cases of Rheumatism but now atlast formly cures all curable cases of this heretofore much dreaded disease Those sandlike granular wastes found in Rheumatic Blood seem to dissolve and pass under the action of this remedy as freely as does sugar when added to pure water And then when dissolved these poisonous wastes freely pass from the system and the cause of Rheumatism is gone forever There is now no real needno actual excuse totsuffer longer with out help We sell and in confidence recommend Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy ALL DEALERS BERTHS PARKERIn this city Sunday the infant child at M r Richard Parker and wife- HARRODIn this city on Monday the infant child of Mr Ovis Harrod o r the Vest Side RIDDLEAt Benson on Monday a sweet little angel passed to Its heavenly father above The Infant child of Mr and Mrs Will Jake Rid die died The little darling was onlY nine months old It was the joy of its mothers heart NrFLAG FORK Ihe crops here look fine and everything is flourishing The Ladies Aid Society of Lebanon Church met at that church on Saturday evening last and had a very in teresting meeting Mrs Nora Chism is president of the society Miss Samples Miss Evelyn Moore Miss Elizabeth North and Messrs Sam North Luther Lee and Oscar Wade were the guests of Miss Mary Hnlette on the second Saturday even ingThe A S of E meets at this place The principal Teaders are Messrs Thompson J W Waldner and J P Hulette They are much interested over the pooling of the 1907 crop and it is thought that Mr J P Hulette should wear the laurels after the fight is over as he is a very energetic worker in the fight Rev L D Stucker is holding services at Lebanon this week Every tike is invited to attend BLACK EYES 9 e A HAPPY MAN Is Amos F King of Port Byron N V S5 years of age since a sore on his leg which had troubled him the greater part of his life has been en tirely healed by Bucklens Arnica Salve the worlds great healer of sores burns cuts wounds and piles Guaranteed by all druggists Price 25 cents reBEAUTIFUL DESIGN Unique Cover for Catalogue of Big Blue Grass Fair The cover design for the catalogue of the Blue Grass Fair which is to be held at Lexington the week of Au gust 12th to 17th is the handsomest thing of its kind ever seen It is a sign made especially for the Blue Grass Fair by George Ford Morris the eminent animal artist of Chicago It is arranged in panels Across the top is a row of cattle with representatives of the four breeds important to Kentucky namely the Hereford the Shorthorn the AberdeenAngus and the Jersey while across the bottom is a panel showing the type of horses with which this State is particularly concerned The thoroughbred the standardbred and the threegaited and fivegaited saddle horse On the one side midway between these panels is a group of sheep and on the other side a group of hogs The lettering tells of the various features of inter est connected with the fair The catalogue is being issued this week It is as complete and attractive as Its cov er would indicate Copies will be mailed upon application to Jouett Shouse Secretary Lexington Kentucky j j I ftnSxy Ii M A SELBERTI I THE LEADING JEWELERt THE GOOD SAMARITAN The morning light streams brightly over The land of Palestine The traveler breaths his parting prayer By Jmlahs sacred shrine Then forth upon his journey speeds Among the rugged hills Whence springs the Kedrons limpid tide And Jordans tribute rills Tnrough rocky pass oer sterile plain The weary feet have trod But now they cross the deserts verge And press the verdant sod Already in the distant rise The palm groves dim and gray Whose shadows clothe the fertile vale Where Jordans waters play When lo the ambushed robbers spring Upon the pilgrims path With brow that bears the stamp of Cain Eyes lit with fiendish wrath One single bound one crushing blow Well may the victim reel And the exultant villain deem The staff hath spared the steel With quivering limbs and panting tongue Beneath the fervid sun The sufferer lives but lives to wish Lie slayers will were done When hark a footstep greets his ear Now thanks to God for aid He sees a human form approach- In priestly garb arrayed l What speeds he on with sullen glance Hath Gods anointed one Left him to perish Hope farewell Thy faintest beams are gone Gone ah no for yonder comes One of the chosen line Which heaven itself hath set apart To guard his sacred shrine A son of Levi may not pass A suffering brother no For it is his high and holy task To soothe his fellows woe He too is gone and can it be That those of human mold Aye more who wears the sacred robe Spurn pity thus just heaven behold Another comes no priestly robe Is folded round his form Though of a spurned and outcast race His heart is beating warm Fpr see he lifts the stranger up With kind and gentle hands Obedient to the hearts impulse And heavens strict command Thy neighbor love the haughty priest The magnate may forget But in pure natures humble code Is held as sacred yet Though not of lineal holy birth Or with the surplice bound The spurned despised Samaritan A sacred work hath found Thus on the rugged path of life By Priest and Levite trod When they forget to cherish The precept of their God Which teacheth love to fellow men With ever ready hand And heart to cheer each suffering one Odd Fellowship shall stand for eterni ty- FTha above espectfully dedicated to Capital Lodge No h O 0 F of Frankfort KyW READING JR Fort Smith Arkansas Piles get quick and certain relief from Dr Shoops Mac Ointment Please note it is made alone for Piles and its action is positive and certain Itching painful protruding or blind plies disappear like magic by its use Large nickelcapped glass jars 50 cents Sold by all dealers r i IIJr Cadys CowUtfon rovrucrs are what a horse needs when in bad con Tonic blood purifier afoj vermifuge They are not food the best in use to put is horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and Le Compte GaYlefLet me mail you free to prove merit samples of my Dr Shoops Re storative and my Book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or The Kid nets 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 wheref l Dr Shoops Restorative has made its i fame No other remedy even claims to treat the inside nerves Also for bloating biliousness bad breath or complexion use Dr Shoopa Re storative Write for my free Book on Dr Shoops Restorative Sold by all dealers STREET CAR LINE Cars leave Capital Hotel Main and Ann streets for South Frankfort com 1 mencing at 615 a m and every 15 minutes until 1015 p m1 For Park At 615 a m and 3 cars per hour until 1015 p m For Cemetery630 a m every 45 JFor30 minutes until 10 p m F AND V TRACTION CO J D SALLEE Supt GOOD for OLD and YOUNG w August Flower keeps the children healthy asIbtrong il Full of vigor and frolic the whole day long 60 when Mamma needs more they rush off halhigh glee And shout to the druggist Please give it te JI me- tgInability to get up brisk and fresh inf1lack of appetite nailer y muddy complexion and poor spuits these all indicate a disordered stomach and bad digestion in adults and children too They also indicate the urgent neco of taking Greens August Flower regujjlarly for a few days qIts a reliable old remedy for all stomach troubles never fails to cure indigestion dyspepsia and chronic constipation antis i a natural tonic for body and mind it qTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For sale by J W Gayle Woven Wire fences DCLAYARDI t Poultry Fence 12 Cassaveyoumoseyou your WIRE FENCING No 213m Iii 4I The Good Old Summer Tjme Creates a demand for North Star Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Ice Chests Sprinkling Hose Screen Windows Wire Screen Cloth and Screen Doors Call and examine our stock P G SOWRR 00307309 Main Street Hardware Merchants Both Phones ELIGIOUS f ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chlnn the rec Itor being absent Mr C L Clingman Ywill conduct the service at 11 a m 730 p m 930 a m Sundayschool in the chapelWednesday evening prayer at 730 pmThe public generally invited to attend Y BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M B Adams the pastor being absent Rev 0 L Powers will preach atJB pm- There will be no service at 11 a m Sundayschool at 945 la the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught dtslby the pastor f Baptist Young Peoples Union has adjourned for the summer Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 745 in the chapel f Visitors cordially invited Seats tfreej CHRISTIAN 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 i chapel fy4Christian Endeavor Society has ad journed the summer Prayer meeting on Wednesday even Ing at 730 oclock in the Chapel Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct t t services as follows Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m rfVespers at 730 p m t FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH a Rev Jesse R Ziegler the pastor will preach at 11 a m No even ing service Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 030 p m Prayer meetiag Wednesday evening at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J 0 f A Vaught Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 p m iiSundayschool at 945 a m at 7 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday even ing at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend J SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN stitii CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pastor being absent there will be no service at either hour I Young Peoples Society at 7 p m1 Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening m MEverybody invited to attend bri UBEILEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday p m IJ THORN HILLThere will be Sun 11dayschool every Sunday afternoon the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p m iLEESTOWN MISSION Rev Ed win Kagin will preach at Leestown Church tomorrow evening at 730 Jr it This will be the las chance to hear him as he leaves in a few days as a missionary to Korea Dr Weavers Treatment Bjrnppurlf the blood Cerate heals akin eruptteoj THE STATE COLLEGE OF KEN TUCKY LEXINGTON KY The State College of Kentucky of fers the following courses namely Agriculture Mechanical Engineering Civil Engneerlng Mining Engineer ing Electrical Engineering Normal School Classical and seven Scientific courses each of which extends over four years and leads to the Bachelors degree Each course is organized un der a separate faculty The general faculty consisting of professors as sistant professors and instructors number over fifty County appointees receive free tui tion privilege of residence in dorms tortes fuel and lights and traveling expenses if they remain ten consecu times months or one collegiate year Tate laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern Military Science Is fully provided for as required by Congress Graduates in the several courses of study readily find employment with liberal remuneration The total number of matriculates last year was 901 Each department has a specialist at Its head with the of assistants necessarrnumberI Summer schools Pedagogy Engineering and instructionIIn Science and the Liberal The young women find an excellent home with board and lodging in Pat terson Hall which is well equipped wfth all modern conveniences bath rooms hall for physical culture at 3 per week All the courses of study the college are open to young women upon identical conditions with those applying to males The attendance upon the Normal School in connection with the Depart ment of Education last year more than doubled that of any preceding rear The new buildings namely one for the Department of Education one for Agricultural Science and a Library Hall are In process of erection and will be completed early in the next collegiate year For Catalogues methods of obtaining appointments information regarding coures of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D or to D C FRAZEE Business Agent Lexington Ky Fall term begins September 12th 1907 July 27tf e a THE CHARMING WOMAN- s not necessarily one of perfect form md features Many a plain woman who could never serve as an artists nodal possesses those rare qualities hat all the world admires neatness clear eyes clean smooth skin cnd hat sprightliness of step anti action hat accompany good health A phys cally 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 60c J HERE AT HOMEI TtestlfyIDoans Kidney Pills It Is testimony like the following that has placed Doans Kidney Pills so far above competitors When people right here at home raise their voice in praise there is no room left for doubt Read the published statement of a Frankfort citizen Mrs Margaret Weitzel of 318 Mero street Frankfort Ky says For a numberof years I suffered from a per sistent aching across the small of my back and through the kidneys At times my back was so bad that I could hardly sit still get up or down or lift anything even of ordinary weight like a kettle of water At night It bothered me so that I could not rest comfortably and when I first arose in the morning I felt hired and worn out The kidney secretions were irregular highly colored and distressing and on standing deposited a heavy sediment I saw Deans Kidney Pills advertised procured a box at J W Gayles drug store and began to use them In a few days I noticed that the secretions had assumed a natural appearance the pains and aches left me and I felt as well as I ever did Nothing pleases me more than to speak a word In favor of Doans Kidney Pills For sale bv all druggists Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doansand take no other ferTHE MAGIC NO3 umber three is a wonderful mascot for Geo H Parris of Cedar Grove Me according to a letter which reads After suffering mucl 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 Lest remedy for stomach liver and kidney troubles by all druggists 50 cents SPLENDID ELECTRICAL DISPLAY During the storm of Tuesday night here was afforded the most splendid electrical display ever witnessed In his city The flashes of lightning were continuous vivid and brilliant md the roll of thunder could only be likened to an artillery duel between larked batteries- In fact almost every one of the numerous storms of the week have been accompanied by these grand exhibition of efs of celestial power aI will mall you free to prove merits samples of jmy Dr Shoops Restorative and by Book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or the Kidneys are merely ymptoms of a deeper ailment Dont hake the common error of treating ymptoms only Symptoms treatments treating the result of your ailment md not the cause Weak Stomach nervesthe Inside nerves mean stomach weakness always And the heart and kidneys as well have their controlling or inside nerves Weaken these nerves and you Inevitably have weak vital organs Here is where Dr Shoops Restorative has made its fame No other remedy ever claims to treat the inside nerves Also J i The Louisville Herald to k Award 10000 in Prizes SundaSunday d a voting contest In In prizes will be awarded the women of Ken tucky and Indiana The plan adopted for awarding these prizes isjthe fairest con ceivable and no element of luck chance or guessing enters Into the plan The Is to be conducted along legitimate competitive lines and every woman who enters the race will have an equal opportunity to win a first prize whether she resides In Louisville or a town of much smaller size The Prizes The prizes offered by The Herald are tho most liberal ever given away by any newspaper In the South The capital prize of 10000 contest is 1500 In cash This large amount of money will be given to the woman who secures the largest number of votes In the entire contest regardless of district limitations As the contest runs but nine weeks the winner of this prize will earn 16660 per week for nine weeks Besides the capital prize there are two other grand prizes consisting of two 1007 model automobiles One of these machines Is a brand new Aerocar purchased direct from the factory for the express purpose of awarding it as a in The Heralds contest The other automobile Is a runabout model valued at brand new with every modern improvement backed by the manufacturers and the local agent One of these machines will be awarded to a candidate In Louls vlll the other to a candidate residing In Kentucky or Indiana outside of Louisville The candidate who secures the largest number of votes of the two automobile winners will be given choice of the ma contest is divided into twenty five districts district will receive three prizes The first pr ze in each district will be a free trip through the Eastern States Including visits to New York lantic City Philadelphia Baltimore Washington Norfolk and the Jamestown Exposition Every cent of the expense cf the twentyfive tourists from the time they leave home until they return will be borne by The Herald One of those free trips will then be warded to the candidate In each one of the twentyfive districts who secures the largest number of votes In her own particular district The number of votes ac corded candidates in one district has no bearing whatsoever upon the number of otherfistrictstion and gives every one who enters tee race an opportunity to win OVER 25000 In for bloating ball breath Wis The Is sold by all druggists JThe s Bond and third prizes In each ono of the twentylive are a gold witch and a business college scholar ship In the order named These prizes 8 are In keeping with the main awards and those who secure these secondary prejmlu-ms my rest assured that they have got full value for the effort put forth 111the contestjHow to Enter the Race AH that Is necessary to enter The Heralds contest Is to send your name and address to the manager of the Con l test Department together with the names of one or two reliable parties who live in the vicinity Another way to enter ill the race Is by clipping out a few coupons published dally in The iA them out properly and sending them to 1j the Contest Department of The Herald iLouisville ICYoEvery Woman Eligible Every woman Is eligible to compete In ti this contest who Is a respectable white resident of Indiana or Kentucky and be tween the ages of fifteen and fifty years Send In your name at once If you desire to compete as the race only extends I over a period of nine weeks July 1 August 31 Inclusive How to Get Votes Votes may be secured In The Heralds contest by clipping the coupons from the dally paper wnlch count as one vote and are only valid one week or by securing subscriptions for the dally Sunday and weekly Herald and having such subscrip tions paid for In advance A new yearly subscription counts for 2400 votes a six months subscription counts for newivotes and so on Full Information on point may be learned by reading The Her ald or writing the Contest Department tot particularsEnter Now If you are eligible enter this contest atonce You may win the capital prize of 1500 in cash or a brand new 2000 automobile If you nre not eligible enter the rname of your wife mother sister friend mayIyou nothing to nominate a candidate trytorto get busy In this gigantic contest You may never have another opportunity to get such valuable prizes for so little ef fort Enter the race before some onO else r In your locality gets all the votes you are depending on To enter the contest simply send your name and address to the Contest Department of The Herald Louisville Ky and you will receive full Information upon every point of the race by return THE BIG BLUE GRASS FAIR INCORPORATED AT LEXINGTON KY Premiums toI Aug 1217 6 Big Days 6 vJOVER 25000 I r l IIn Premiums KOPPS MILITARY BAND The Great Knabenshue Airship DAILY ASCENTS The Best and Most Extensive List of Free Attractions in the Countrya 16 Thrilling Acts Each 0ay16 For Preliminary Prize List and Catalogue addresstJOUETT SHOUSE Secretary Lexington Ky biliousness ReIstorativcRestorative Ir genuineI y McCLURE it i it fr b CLEARANCE SALE II t i j F1I MENS AND YOUNG MENS SUITS j AThe Greatest Clearance Sale of lens Suits Ever Known in Frankfort t f Its time to clean out spring suits Weve sold more clothes in fourImonths this spring than in six months last spring But weve bought more ii 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 t j the McClure ruleextreme reductions in price and no suits reserved except t about 30 mohair coats and pants A great many suits at half price a good f many at less than half price Come early and get choice 1t I il SUITSJfrWORTH 353O25 fiChoice now of any mans or worthfserved Every suit hand tailored importediFlined 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 1 the McClure standard of the finest r ready towear thats made Early comers get choice Blacks and- blues included T fir HALF PRICESBOYS KNEE PANTS SUITS Any knee pants sui tin the store at just half price About 300 suits to select from to begin with 1000 SUITS NOW 500r Sk 800 SUITS NOW 400 700 SUITS NOW 350 600 SUITS NOW 300 500 SUITS NOW 250 A1g 350 SUITS NOW 175 1s v WORTH 15 12 10 Any man or young mans suit in the store worth regularly less 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 aIgood fitting one and made rightorr Choice now for 800 Blacks and blues included Mohair coats and pants not included in this offer Now remember Every mansryoung mans and boys suit in stock except about 30 mohair suitsis included in this sale It is for CASHonly and we are compelledS 7 to charge for alterations Eight hundred mens and young mens lland three hundred boys suits to commence with The prices areridVery unusual You can not afford not to be an early buyeri ialy Ai RW a caiure eonsINC RP0R TEC 0 = Art J t f IJ Il t ff jJt Jlfi joi JtJj lh t uj t