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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT j GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance I 42VOLj FRANKFORTS PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS rGEOHG SALEXDEIlm- uiKit tx SOUTH CO PHILLIPS CANTY SowLionstt lid Country Produce I No ConvincedJuno510 Second St South Side 43 Bridge St South Side all Descriptions TryJ K0DAIKIShet you a ins Stove If not one it once find save money Call on us for a perfect stove at a prhwI Gas Electric Light CO Incorporated Addition The South Side Meat t I LAUNDRYIn toI MarketI t The Best Beef Lamb Tho M N Laundry aims to We sell the Pork Fresh and Smoked Siited Ham Oysters t edv E G ELJJ Agent OHlce HAMMOND CO in Season 22B StClair Si up stairs jl5im juno Juno 15fini NEVILLE COLLINS Liquors and Where to Buy Them PLUMBING MakersI When in need of llrstclass newThe Pure Food Law didChasstreet heady at nil times with Liquors atI Bepairing of all kinds ueatlyStraight dcmBothJuno159mGEO B SALENDER 45 St Clair Tlio FEE 1QICE Ei pEllhyNAT MILLER TAILORI DyeingJciFactory Nos 102 104 100 and 108 Snits Made to Order Main Streot Phones S0 and 39 Tlie largest lord best equipped 405 Main St Opp Capital Hotel plant in the State limo 16tim l58m 0 W VOGLER Interior Decorating thisFancyies Tinware Etc ihnrmiorhir understand the busi June 6m NwNo v speWJPf I J I Junor nH PRIL 58S ir Agent for Troy Steam Laundry Agent W f J SCOTTOW for Bell Florist Lexington GAYLEStnplFur Fruits and Vegetables nisher and Hntter Cleaning Pressing find Repairing n Specialty Both Phones 2nd Streets31SlJalll Street Old Phone Juno 15Gm juno l56m j Written for the Roundabout KENTUCKYS CLASSIC CITIES If the wondertul visions wmcfi came to Rip Van Winkle wove reproduced for the effect in the morning of our olu age not one of us but would feel like saying Is this I Returning to our Alma Mater after thirtyseven years of absence seems also as strange and with but few living pres eat and a smaller per centage of far millar residences Georgetown of to day rises out of the ashes of confla gration and losses a modern electric r lighted boulevarded Interurban coached city Rich influential and broadminded she exerts an influence at once com jfiensurate with the humanity 01 Anglo Saxon energy and American1 enter prise Coming into the city on Ue F C R R one is confronted with the usual conventionalities of bill posters and signs galore of drinks cood bad or imliferent The weary willing or the thirsty traveler taking advant age of the situation expressly formu lated for his benefit likes it and f correspondingly benefitted rThe busy bustling conrt farmer 4t avoids temptation and goes on his way sober and rlght minded intent upon the business which brought him to the mart and glad of the present opportunity of slinking hands with friends and neighbors Court daythe third Monthly of every monthIs a most attractive one It has been handed down to the present generation as every cus torn has been and becomes a feature of plcturescpftness to be seen and ap predated alone in Kentucky the char actors In the play standing out against a blue grass landscape realas life and as ideal as are thfc dreams of our childhood The streets on this particular day +D t 3 Ek 4 b iM bJIi 1A1i are filled with country folk Intent on shopping for bargains strangers who are in for a horse trade or the general public who stand on the street corners to talk politics and swap tales for trade A most Interesting feature Is the auctioneer who has such tact and experienced wisdom that every sold animal has a record worthy its slje and every unsold one is destined to become not only a blue rihboner at the fair but the fastest horse In the State of Kentucky Other features of attractiveness are beautiful blooded cattle offered for sale and colts destined to outshine Longfellow There are two hotels and numberless boarding houses The flouring mill of R H Wolf is an up JFORLI Plain and Fancy rf t IJ b TRY The Roundabout to date establishment its owners of Ifering jrpur correspondent the courte sy arId graciousness of a most pleas ling hospitality with a drive over the city and its environments Out the Cincinnati pure we saw beautiful blue grass farms and lovely residences Cardome is one of the most attrac tive features of environment The Indian Refinery Plant Is alwI a new enterprise and the Farmers Protective Equity building is looming up in fine shape The college property holds Its own with wonderful power and the new president will find no small duties or limitless possibilities before him Dr Dawes of Louisville will assume minI ii HAMMOND 4 Co1 Soil Lumber Shingles Sash Doors Hardware Paint and the best Wall Plaster Made Wilkinson St Frankfort Ky i fjjlt i i qtri t rJd JGltllil t ftZr3st t r Y 1 P KAGINSATTRACTIVE BARGAINS F- ORSATURDAY SHIRT WAISTS 98c2251Vhite400 Whits Lawn Waists 3ob Those are the famous Brighton Waists which name is a gunrantoo of excellence in style quality workmanship and design WALKING SKIRTS S375 Theyarebeautifullytheso for 375 Ladies 15c Vests JOc pairLongShort Silk Gloves double finger tips 5ifc pair eachOnet C MGIN 8W- O 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGEr v isterial work in the Baptist fold in the near future N S COX July 1907- ENDORSED BY THE COUNTY The most popular remedy in Otse go county and the best friend of my family writes Win M DIetz editor and publischer of the Otsego Journal Gilbertsville X Y is Dr Kings New Discovery it has proved to be an fallible cure for coughs and colds making short work of the worst of them Ve always keep a bottle in the house I believe it to be the most val uable prescription known fQr lung and throat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker by all druggists Drug store price 50 cents and 100 Trial bottle free STRONG AND ELOQUENT SERMON Rev 0 C Powers of High Point N Cffilled the pulpit of Rev Dr M B Adams at the Baptist Church of this city on Sunday night Mr Powers text was seek ye first the Kingdom of God and all these things shall be added unto you It was a strong eloquent and stir ring appeal especially to young men and women to make God first leaving fame and fortune secondary In themselves He did not mince words but called things by their proper names Mr Powers was for u long time pas tor of Providence and Evergreen Baptist Churches this county and the large congregation present was an evidence of the high esteem in which he is held He fully sustained his reputation as an aarnest pungent and eloquentI preacaer Ho was warmly greeted by his host of friends at the conclusion of his dls courses WILL HOLD CAMP MEETING Col Noel Gaines of this city will hold a camp meeting at the Taberna cle tit Muiifordvllle Ky August Gaines has also a number of other engagements of like character In the near future TALENTED YOUNG PREACHER PREACHES FAREWELL SER MON AT HIS HOME Rev Edwin Kagin one of the finest young men and ablest preachers ever sent put from tnls city preached his farewell sermon to his home peopleron Sunday last he having been apIpointed a missionary to Korea by tho Presbyterian Board of Foreign Mis lions Mr Kagin preached the first of his farewell sermons on Sunday morning at his mother church the First Pres byterian filling the pulpit of Rev J H Zeigler the pastor It was a very strong and Impassioned appeal for faithful and efficient service in the Masters cause At 730 in the evening Mr Kaglu preached at the Leestown Mission to a large congregation It was at this mission that Mr Ka Y gin first began to exercise his gifts as- a t young minister His sermon was an able and solemn appeal and last mes sage to his home people by this de voted and able young man He carries with him to his distant field among the heathen the earnest prayers of all Christians for his suSt cess He left Thursday for Korea FfTHE LIMIT OF LIFE The most eminent medical scientists are numerous In the conclusion that the generally accepted limitation of human life Is many years below the attainment possible with time advanced r knowledge of which the race Is now possessed The critical period that determines Its duration seems to be between 50 and the proper care of the body during this decade can not be too strongly urged carelessness then ra 1 being fatal to longevity Natures best helper after 50 is Electric Bittters the scientific tonic medicine that re vitalizes every organ of the bodytGuaranteed by all druggists Price 50 i cents OeWlti Lathe a Early Risers The famous EiUc giHIs tfi1 w t J WEITZELS SALE OF ODDS AND ENDS 1 a 1J l tJ l J r 1 Rev Edwin Kagin left Thursday for Carl Kagin left Tuesday for New York City Capt W T Barry South left Mon day for Jackson Miss Cara Lee has returned from visit to Midway Mr Pruett B Dryden spent Sun day in Shelbyvill- eilr Wm Cromwell went to Georgetown on Wednesday Miss Charlie Wilson of Lexington visited here this week Mrs Lyman S Graham visited in Cincinnati this week t Miss Willyuu Shipp is visiting rela tives at Eminence t Miss Coranel Crutctier is visiting t tr friends at Cynthlanai to sturned from from Louisville Mr Cecil Farmer visited relatives at Danville this week Judge Jere R Morton of Lexington was In the city Saturday Mrs I T West returned from Ir vine on Saturday night Mr Howell Scott of Lexington yas a visitor here this week Mr Sam D Johnson and wife have gone to New York City Mrs Ellmer Vreeland is spending August at Estill Springs Mr A Logan McKee of Cincinnati Miss Aubyn Chinn has returned from visit to Louisville Judge S W Hager and wife went to Lexington Saturday afternoon Mrs John C Sower visited friends in Jessamine county this week Mrs L B Marshall has returned from trip to Martinsville Ind Mr Jas Heeney and wife left Thursday for Atlantic City N J Judge J 11 Lassing of the Court of Appeals was here this week Miss Eloise Booe left Saturday for Boston Mass to spend month Miss Mayme Douglass is the guest of Mrs John Rumpf in Versailles Mr J B Lewis of this office spent r Sunday at his home in Versailles Mr Jas B West went to Estill corm ty on Tuesday on business trip Miss Ella Stephens has gone tcf Jamestown to visit the Exposition Mr Frank Chinn has gone to Yar mouth Mass to spend his vacation Mr John I Jacob of Louisville is the guest of Mr J Montgomery and wife Miss Lilian Barnes has returned Mr Hiram Cannon at from a visit to MidwayMr 0 Davis of Versailles was in the city this week on legal bush nessMrs W G Goodwin went to Jetts iJ1 1f1 rttJc it ft ft t Yr r l l h Odd Jot Wash Skirts 98c Lot Towels IOe Lot Handkerchiefs 15e Lot Corsets only 29c Big lot Ribbons lOc yd 4- I 200 yds Persian lawn 12ic yd 20 cloz ladies Black Hose lOc 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 r R7iti t3 JUNW3 2TZEIIt d rt Iili1f PERSONAL a t t y i tIfSpringMiss Wednesday I Iwasa a a J a t iIi vrC t L on Saturday to visit her mother and Carrie Cook of Fort Thomas was the guest of Miss Sarah Vaught this week Mrs A C VanWinkle and children have returned from a visit to Dan ville Miss Ruth Bryan of Lexington tI- the guest of Miss Jennie Gaines Clinton street Mr H K Ward and daughter Miss Dorothy of Versailles were in the city Darsie of Boulder Col was the guest of Mrs Ellen Thomas this week Miss Mattie Norris and Miss Mar garet OConnor are visiting the Mars moth Cave Mr Mason B Barrett of Louisville visited his mother lrsW F Barret on Sunday Mrs Sallie R Thomas and son are visiting her sister Mrs A A Bailey at Bagdad Mr E E Abbett Jr leaves Sunday morning for Covlngton to visit friends and relatives Miss Charlotte Wilson who has been at Battle Creek Mich has returned home Mrs Hannah Hardin of St Louis Mo visited her sister Mrs Orlando Brown this week Mr J P VanWinkle of Louisville Is the guest of Mr A C VanWinkle Conway street Miss Dora Jones of Eutaw Ala is the guest of Miss Josephine Kava laugh Todd street lrsy L Cannon of Midway was the guest of her mother Mrs Hiram Berry on Monday Miss Irene and Miss Maude Keene of Shelby county are guests of Mrs Kate M Williams Mrs George W Long was called here by the serious Illness of Mrs W Longmoor Misses Eleanor and Marguerite ODonnell have gone to IWashin ton City to visit relatives MiS Mayme Douglas and Miss Jen lie Rumpf are jests of Mrs John Rumpf in Versailles Mr P M Peed who has been visit ing relatives at Indianapolis Ind has returned home Miss Sadie Tanner and Miss MalI garet Canty have returned from a to Ocean View N J Mrs Ike Sallee of Danville was the guest of her father Mr R D Arm strong this week Miss Ietta Wright who has been visiting relatives in Louisville has returned home Mrs E C Stephens who has been visiting relatives at Aberdeen Ohio has returned home Editor 1 0 Cooper of the Midway Clipper was in the city Saturday and Wade us a plesant call Mr Oliver Farra and wife of Pis gah were guests of her aunt Mrs W H Posoy on Sunday Mrs A W Overton left Wednesday for a visit to relatives at Frederick Hall Va her old home Col Ed E Abbett and wife attend h ed the funeral of Mrs Abbetts niece In Winchester on Sunday Mr J Lampton Price Jr who has been at Jamestown Va for some months returned llondarIMrs A Logan McKee of Cincinnati Is the guest of her mother Mrs Martha French this week Miss Joe Murphy of the Postofflce who has been away on her vacatjon is again at her post of duty Miss Anna Abbett leaves today for Georgetown to visit her uncle Mr Wm G Abbott and family Mr Frank G Stagg and Mr John P Selbert have returned from Phila delphia and New York City Mrs Ben Hardin Helm and daugh ter Miss Kate are guests of Mrs Waller H Lewis at Wood lakeIMr Tarlton G Julian and Clear Water Fla are guests of his sister Mrs George W Chinn Misses Ruby Pierson and Elizabeth Craig of Marshall Mo were guest of Mrste Rupert this week Dr Paul Weitzel of Lexington was the guest of his parents Mr Louis Weitzel and wife this week Miss Margaret J Page returned Saturday from a visit to her nieceI Mrs W P Williams in Irvine Mrs Phil Egbert and son of Pitts burg Penn who have been guests of relatives here have gone home Mr W A Bro vtiand Louisville are guests of her fatherI Mr Henry Wright at Farmdale Mrs George W Lewis and son Al bert of Louisville have been guests of Mrs W C Phythian this week Mrs Geo F Berry and niece Miss MagnolliaMr W J Steele of was the guest of his nephew Mr John CIDavis on the West Side Sunday Messrs Allen and Jesse Bond of Lawrenceburg were guests of their aunt Mrs J S Collins this weettI Mr Lawrence Cowing and Miss Ruth Cowing of Wyoming are guests of Mr Z J Montgomery and wife Miss Florence Hieatt of Bagdad who has been the guest of Mr R C Hieatt and wife has returned homeI Mr W P Hudson wife and son Master Hugh have gone to Haines Falls N Y to spend their vacation Mrs Rankin Mason of Washington City who has been the guest of Mr Lewis L Cox and wife has returned home i1l1ss Mary Keith Miles of Lexiifg1 ton has been the guest of her father Air John E Miles has returned home Mrs Jerome Weiftel and daughter Miss Amelia have returned from a trip to Germany and other European points Mrs J W Marsh who has been In Indiana for some months in search of health has returned home much Improved Mr Edward McChesney returned to his home In McKinney Texas yester day after a three weeks visit to his old home Franklin W Major and wife of JDr Ky were guests of his I ti J L 1 Piih ljJ it lao i i1IWe offer the best values in Silks yet shown 300 yards Oriental Silks 65c for 45c Shades Vh Natural Blue Navy Nile Pink Yellow land Green 1 Our 125 and 100 Novelty Silks for 88c All our 75c and 65c Silks for 39c fJr Dont miss these bargains You will fiiid these excellent values This is no fake l i rTiaiI J HEENEY t Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky HandcMade Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Dr Weavers Syrup Porifiei the blood Cerate ointment for the sskli KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discover- yFCOCpaICE Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED BATIBFAOTOR OB MONEY REFUNDED brother Rev Father Thos S Major this week- Miss Mary Harrison who has been living with her niece Mrs S D Johnson hiss returned to Lexington to make her home Miss Catherine Marshall who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs Sallie E Williams at Minneapolis Minn has returned home Misses Hattie and Emmie Scott who have been guests of Misses Wither spoon in Woodford county returned home Tuesday Col Ed E Abbett wife and son Mr Leon Abbett leave today for Continued on Page r I i tr11tv t i 511If 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCI TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Crtending a sketch and description mad 8 ascertain our opinion an inventionts probably able tlonmtrictlyconfldontlul oil Iatonta aOCUrlngjlatentsjlntontllttetal notice without charge in the Scientific flmerican handsomely Illustrated weekly Tnrcot elrIculatlon of any scienttdo journal Terms iTear four months Sold by all newsdealer Co3OlBroadway New Ynrk Brauer Ii Bt Reduced Rates TO i Louisville Ry VIA Queen Crescent Route iI One fare plus 25 cents for the round trip Tickets on sale August 19th to 20th good returning August 25th Ask Ticket Agents for ticulars July 27tdV jIjiit tS j AUGUST SPECIALSWash Suits Sale SuitsDress Goods for School Crex Porch Rugs 500 Sheer Lawn Lace or 2500 Grey Stripe Eton SuitsDressesEmbroidery Trimmed Suits for fine quality material 1000rr50c 250 2500 Black or Blue Voile or Remnants in desirable lengths 1000 Sheer Lawn Princess Panama Suits 1500 30x60 Rugs 100 Styles for 500One GI Suits 150worthSkirts Lawns54x90 Rugs 300 500 ald Tan CurtainsSkirts I5c Lawns lOc 9x12 Japanese Matting Tubs 1200 Grey or Tan Skirts Special Sale 1 and 2 pair lots 40 inch Vic Lawn lOc 7ro 3of 36 inch Linen Lawn 25c 500 lD1I = FA R Jv E R 7alpt tr1cJiJ r EJmnr r 1ojiI rLg STATEMENT INCORRECT The statement In the State Journal on Friday morning to the effect that the architect had pronounced the wall of the Jeffers House next the lot of the Mcfflure Realty Company unsafe as entirely Incorrect On the con the architect pronounced this lwall perfectly sound and safe J AUGUST ASSIGNMENTS OF STORE KEEPERS AND GAUGERS FOR THE SEVENTH DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY Distillery No lStoll Co Lex ingtonJohn T Gunn day John ltStevenson additional bottling A G Bonard gauger o 2 Kentucky River Distillery Frankfort W S Lyne day J R Spiers additional B McElroy addi DIClarltNo 3H E Pogue Distillery Co 1Ia svllleH G Holliday day L F HliWellsfortWeD Blanding day C H Mor gan additiohalj WTr Bacon addW tlonal J L Cox additional I TT 1West additional WeH Sneed bot tling H T Gaines gauger No 5James E Pepper C- oLexingtonJ R Sams day 2 J Phelps additional T L McConnell additional and bottling D C Berry gaugerhh Brothers Co May- svilleJ R Dagley storekeeper gauger No 9S J Greenbaum Midway J W Black day P G Powell addi tional H S Sinclair additional Amos Griffith bottling George T tScearce night W T Crosthwait gaugerINo 10 Peacock Distillery Co V Kiserton J D Shy day W G Cook 4 additional and bottling D C Berry man gauger No 11S C Herbst Frankfort J C Barnett storekeeperganger No HG G Whig Co ParlsR Strauss day L A Slade additional J M Walker bottling D p Berry 1man gauger No 1701d McBrayer Distillery Co Mt Sterling J J Kearns day N A Moore additional and bottling A G Leonard gauger No 24J H Rogers Co Mays viHCv C Slye storekeeperganger I No 32E M Babbitt Versailles r C H Talbfctt day George T lqunt joy additional and bottling J T Berry gauger No 23George Baker Frankfort C H Wickliffe day P S Rule addi tlonal Speed P Owen additional and gaugeriNo 37 i fortJ H Murray day C H Kash additional and bottling H T Gaines gaugerNo 40 James E Pepper Co Lexington W B Anderson dayT E Oldham additional and bottling- W F Croghan gauger No 50 =W J Frazier Versailles Gus Whitehouse storekeepergauger No 52Labrot Graham Frank fortE Craig day S L Williams ad ditional and bottling J T Berry gangerNo 53E H Taylor Jr Sons FrankfortJ G Brawner day T J Craig additional L R Diggs addi tional J M Fraley Mottling C N Wiard gauger No nParls Distilling Co Paris J H Hutchcraft day W W Cherry additional C T Throckmorton addl tional A B Piper bottling D C Berryman gauger No 91J J M Saffell Frank fortA W Nazor day U G Carey additional and bottling F D Clark gaugerNo 9iJ N Blakemore Frank fortJ A Logan and H C Everett storekeepergaugers DistillingCos torelt eeperga u gel No 106W A Gaines Co Frank fortB F Fannin day F M Cisco additional W L Baker additional R H Whittington additional G VI McConnell meal room J M Tanner bottling L FT Steele night D B Walcutt L L Lemaster and H S Brl gangers No 113 George T Stagg C- oFratilcfortW M Saffell day W A Hamilton day S A Powell addition al John Stphanski gaugerJNo 53Peter Fannin Crociett J Holbrook stor keepergaugertLexington Co LexingtonF G Sparks and J M Burbridge gangers General StorekeeperGanger R Bullock Lexington Lexington ReEtinersShannon Co James E Pepper Co R S Stvadcr Son W F Croghan gaug er Frankfort Rectifier J P Williams C N Wiard gaugerI mIll stop your pain free To show you first before you spend a penny what my Pink Pain Tablets can do will mail you free a trial lIaclmgeI of thetaDr Shoops Headache Tablets ouralgla Headache Toothache Period pains etc rare due alone tol1 blood congestions Dr Shoops Headache Tablets simply kill pain by coaxI ing away the unnatural blood pres1 sure That is all dress Dr Racine Wis Sold by all drug gistsI = REACHING THE SPOT It Can Be Done So Scores of Frank fort Citizens Say To cure an aching back The pains of rheumatism The tiredout feelings You must reach the spotget at the cause In most cases it is the kidneys Doans Kidney Pills are for the kid neysMrs Elizabeth Johnson of 340 Blan ton street Frankfort Ky says My son was greatly benefited by the use of Doans Kidney Pills Some time ago he had a bad spell of rheumatism and the attack was so severe that he was hardly able to move about From that time on his kidneys seemed to be badly affected for he complained a great deal of a steady dull aching across the back and sharp pains in his kidneys if he stooped or lifted anything A weakness of the kidney secretions was very annoying espe cially at night as It disturbed his rest While looking over the papers one evening I came across an advertise ment about Doans Kidney Pills the claims made tor thls fPedy so im pressed me that J decided to have my son give them a trial A box was procured at J W Gayles drug store At my request he began taking them and to my glad surprise vas well as his own he noticed almost immediate relief In a short time the backache had entirely left him the difficulty with the secretions had been corrected and he felt as well as ever again sale by all dealers Price 50 1For Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesIno other AUCTION Miss Charlie Wilson will sell at auc 5751Igust 8 1907 at 10 oclock a m all household furniture not disposed of before that date UI se uIFree for catarrh just to prove mer a trial size box of Dr Shoops Ca forth Remedy Let me send It now It is a snow tshite creamy healing an tiseptic balm Containing such healing ingredients as Oil Eucaliptus Thy Menthol etc It gives instant and lasting relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat Mako the free test nd see for yourself what this prepa ration can and will accomplish AdI dress Dr Shoop Racine Wis Large 50 cents Sold by all druggists H5B8 Eariy Risers Ths anious Sfttto pHis 7== =1 IOLD TAYIrm H OR THE PKEM1EK N KENTUCKY W HIS K E Y J E H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky 1J I =RAILROAD TIME TABLE WEST BOUND No 19 L X Frankfort Acton modatlon departs 535 a m dally ex cept Dunday No L N departs 755 a m Sunday only No 21 C O Via Shelbyville departs J20 a m dally No 17 L N departs 940 a m daily except Sunday No 15 L N departs 320 p m dally except Sunday No 23 C 0 Via Shelbyville departs 515 p in dally DI950 a m dally except Sunday No 21 C 0 leaves 10 IS a m dally No L N leaves 435 p m dally except Sunday No 20 L N Frankfort Accom modatlve arrives 015 p m daily ex cept Sunday No 24 C 0 leaves 759 p m daily No 02 L N leaves S2G p m aunt ay only C 0 trains arrive and depart from Seventh Street Statlonr LouIs- ville L N trains except Frankfort Accommodation Arrive and depart from Tenth and Broadway Station Accommodation arrives and departs fron First and Water Street Stati- onFC Leaves for Parls60 a Returns1125 a m Leaves for Paris 200 p m Returns 720 p m J W WATSON Ticket Ay A CAMPAIGN OFFER The Most Liberal Campaign Offer Ever Made by The Evening Post From Now to November 9 1907 For One Dollar If von want to read the news when it is news If you want only the news that is new and true you should read The Evening Post Think of getting Kentuckys greatest newspaper for only one dollar from now until November 9 Count tie time Look around and see the great number of Evening Post readers In your neighborhood and who they are and be convinced that The Evening Post is the biggest brightest and best daily in the South Even If you are now taking some other paper how can you afford to miss this opportunity to secure The Evening Post at such a greatly reduc ed rate Ij Bear in mind that tail offer is oracle only for those who ca not get The Evening Post throiiiri n car tier or agent The offo Is nade for mail subscribers only ils living In 1e country or in small towns whore tho paper can not ne delivered by our agents from now until Novoml r election for tMIy 100 Address Tin KVPMUK Post Tonisvlio Ky or Romili out Frankfort Ky tf Piles get quick and certain relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Please not say It is made alone for Piles and its action is positive and cor tain Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large nickelcapped glass jars 50 cents Sold by all dealers = = BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour from a m to p m and nt Pond p in LeaveFPurls every hour from a in to p m and 10 p m Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 630af m to 730 pm iimlati lord pl1I Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from 610 a m to 815 p m and at p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from a m to p m and at and p Leave Versailles very hour from o45 n m to tiJ5p in and at 815 and p m E T Phone 010 Home Phone 174 R T Gull Manager 2tf TWO DAILY TRAINS From Louisville t- oCHICAGO VIA triiLeaving lOtfe St and Broadway 806 atm 821 pm Prifaaf Enmjrarf m nt 1Iu11maiui ON XI GUT TRAIN Connections fo- rCALIFORNIA and tho Mining Forestry and includingCanadianWest and North Terms and TimeTables oe application District Passenger Agent t1 W1iliGtOnAi1RR71 lOLplSIiA Low Round Trip Rats To Colorado California Washington and Oregon wick IS Hand rson Route FROM LOUISVILLE KY SUMMER TOURIST- On Sale Dairy Until Sept ijth Retur Limit October 1907- DCCOLORADO 34 50 PUEBLO SPRGS 19 9 15LOS ANGELES FRANCISCO PORTLAND HOMESEEKERS On Sale every first and third Tuesdays in each month Return limit 21 and 3odays TO POINTS IX ARIZONA ARKANSAS NEW MEXICO OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS KANSAS AND UTAH Write Us for Rates H GALLAGHER TPA J IRWlNGVc Louisville Ky Louisville K July 75- tFOR SALE A Thrfslior Sopnrntor at a bar wiltv P SCOTT Iannerfc Hank liullding 35 tf The Frankfort RDunttaDDut Entered at the pustotlicc ut Frankfort Ken tuck ns secondohm mailable mutter CEO A LEWIS Pro r and Pub FRANKFORT AUGUST 3 1907 THE GREVT AND MIGHTY Oh wad some power the gift ta gae us to sae ourselves as Ithers sae us Simply because we had the temer itytfrom sad experience to protest of ofI mlghItand spit us out asserting that we t were the only persons protesting against the damage to that property It may be that we are not quite so smart and know It all as the afore said but still we continue to protest in the name of the ladies of Frankfort against such use of the Opera House The editor of the Roundabout has never yet attended any pony or horse shows in the Opera House and that i has nothing to do with the question if lie stable would not be near the Opera House but a part of the build ing and no one can deny that the building is not as attractive from many causes as it ought to be and should not be further handicapped tLet the great editor ask any lady of Frankfort what she thinks of this proposition and he will know more than he does now OLD GRAVE STONES EXCAVATED While making the excavations for the new McClure Realty Building the workmen unearthed three gravestones bearing the following inscriptions Infant son of J M and B E Foree born January S 1854 Annie daughter of T L and C L Crittenden born January 10 1844 died December 4 1844 Granville S Crockett born Decem ber 44 1799 died February 20 1846 How these gravestones came to be sunder the Old Mansion House is the for Annie Crittenden was intended for Anne Innes Crittenden daughter of Gen Thos L Crittenden and was not used because the name iJK was incorrectly spelledI J J ItmnYbe that si ati give Information as to the other two if sq 1 hiJC We would le glad to know it tr rtWORK AT RIFLE RANGE TO COMMENCE NEXT WEEK Capt Jackson Morris who has been detailed to have charge of the prac h tice at the Rifle Range on the Uelt schi place two and a half miles from s the city on the Benson Valley pike and L N R R will commence next week There will be fifty twork men from each of the three regiments of Kentucky National Guards each company to be there one the end of the practice a squad of the best shots will be taken to the c reIglonRICHARD TALLOW DICK COMBS KILLED BY TRAINI As the 620 F C train was passing over the trestle just this side of Georgetown on Wednesday evening it ran over and killed Tallow Dick Combs one of the men who was indicted for killing Goe t bel but who was admitted to ball and 4was said to be a witness for the prosecutionIt that Combs and a negro boy were walking on the trestle and 1when the train whistled for the tres tle Combs attempted to drop to the ground below between the ties butt his chest was caught and he was held as In a vice The boy jumped to the ground and escaped The trestle is on a bend of the road and only ten feet high at the point and as soon as Engineer Horton saw some object on the track he shut down tin brakes but too late Combs lien was literally torn off No blame is attached to the railroad then as every effort was made to prevent the accident The nigh was dark and aihy FLAG FORK Rev L D Stucker Is still holding i services at Lebanon Every one is cor dially invited to attend The Ladies Aid Society had an Ice cream supper on Saturday evening Ilast It was served in the shade of trees in Mrs Cains yard It was quite an enjoyable affair for tin large number that were present Maj the meetings of the society always be- a Woodslde of Harp begun her school at Flat Creek and Miss Elizabeth North of Flag Fork begun her school at Harp on Monday July 29th Protracted services are being held at Pleasant View Methodist Church this Mary Belle Duncan of Bag dad visited her friend Miss Elizabeth North on last Saturday night and also attended church at Pleasant Ridge on the following Sunday Miss Elizabeth Reeves of Bagdad is attending meeting at Lebanon Miss Eva Wade of Mt Zion attend ed church at Lebanon Sunday night Misses Myrtle and Bertha Dnvall and Misses Goldie Mitchell attendee Lebanon Sunday night with their fel lows Mr Claude Moore took his best girl Miss May Hawkins to the Ice cream supper Saturday night The rains are frequent the weather is good and everything looks very prosperousMr Hulette has been in Louis vllie for the last week Rev C 11 Benight will hold services at Pleasant Ridge within two weeks providing his wife recovers from her illness which Is very much hoped for BLACK EYES BIG SALE STILL ON By reference to their advertisemen on our last page it will be seen tha the big clearance sale of Messrs R K McClure Sons is to take a fresl1 start and there Is a general slash in prices all along the r lino Everybody knows the reliabilito of this concern and they have had a wonderful salt already a JUDGE JOS H ROBBINS VACATE BENCH After duly considering the affidavit of Caleb Powers asking that he va cate the bench Judge Jos B Robbins handed down ts decision and while disclaiming any prejudice against the accused decided to decline to servo as attorneys for both sides could not agree upon a judge and the Governor was notified to appoint another special judge DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL COMMITTE MEETS The Democratic State Central Com mittee met in this city on Tuesday and recommended five gentlemen from whom the Governor is to select the Democratic member of the State Elec tion Commission They also confirmed the new committee for Faye te county The committee was only in session about ten minutes a BIG IMPROVEMENT The old brick pavement on the north side of Wapping street from the corner of St Clair to Washington street has been taken up and a gran told pavement is being put down asIand was passed over by big crowds of people every day Zooooooooooooeoooooooo 0 Convalescents need a large amount of nourish 0to ment in form 0 2igItmakes bone blood and muscle without any tax on the digestion o DRUGGISTS 5Oc AND 100- k 0ALLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO PRESS DEPARTMENT NATIONAL WOM N SUFFRAGE ASSOCIA TION WARREN OHIO The Womens National Trades Union League recently held simultaneous meetings n New York Boston and Chicago All meetings were largeb attended The coming of the industri al women into the suffrage ranks will greatly strengthen those ranks because the selfsupporting woman is de selfsupIthemselves declared intellectually in ferlor They allow their own sons tc speak of them as dependents- At the New York meeting Marj Dreier said Womans entrance into the industrial world is developing social conscience in women as it has done in men and more and more of us are seeing the vision without which people perish as the Prophet has said Rose Pastor Stokes declared If suffrage comes to women it will como through the working women and not through the club women A woman suffrage resolution was passed The Chicago meeting was held at Hull House Delegates were there from Ohio Micnlgan Indiana Wiscon sin Minnesota and Missouri This 11I vision resolved to ask the Federal oGvernment to appoint a woman upon the National Labor Bureau yCHANGES OF LOCATION Mr Lafe Crutcher has moved his family Into his new house just completed on Second street Col VS Hawkins Deputy Warder at the penitentiary has moved his family Into the residence of Mr Laf Crutcher recently vacated by him on fateele streetISTATE BOARD OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS The Governor has appointed Judge Charles R McDowell of Danville as the Democratic member of the State Board of Election Commissioners and judge D Gray Falconer of Lexington as the Republican member Mr J Morgan Chinn Clerk of the Court ol Appeals Is ex officio the umpire The board serves for one year Any skin Itching is a temperteaser The more you scratch the worse It itches Doans Ointment cures piles eczema any skin Itching At all the drug stpreajv FASTTRAVELING A reputable periodical Is responsible for the statement tHat one can buy a ticket around the world In any first class railway ticket office that is that a ticket can be bought from bin cinnati to Cincinnati which will meet all the railways and steamship ex penses make all connections and low stopovers at any point of interest making the trip in from nine months to two years according to the time one has to spare and the money one wishes to spend It goes further and tells us that Jules Vernes famous traveler who went around the world In eighty days Is a back number and that his achievement Is out of the line of march altogether for the same feat may now be accomplished in forty days Of course while this may be done it is not advisible to try it unless one wishes to run away from something for dear life in twenty days this kind of rapid transit would put one half way round the world and comparatively out of reachOur Country for August CENTAURS OF THE SEAS FAR SOU H Are Kentuckians Turning to Horses By C E Merrill This little book just issued from the press of J E Hugnes Lexington Ky is attracting wide attention as the literary hit of the season The author was shipwrecked and thrown on the island in the Pacific where he spent two years among the Centaurs the genuine horsemen horsewomen and horsechildren of the new Utopia The manners and actions are faithfully depicted by the writer of this entertaining and instructive fantasty of twenty pajjes The moral impresses kindness to mans best friend and many amusing incidents of the writers two years stay on the island are related Competent critics pronounce it as original and unique as Gullivers Travels The book is dedicated to Mrs A H Hampton of Winchester Ky whose quick conception of the moral of the story Inspired Its publication vi Pleasant to take1N i hK Laxative Syrup 11 lt NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION l I I Ask Your Doctor I And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a 4area cure you a h Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etcJ3Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thallIany other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes ForksSpades- Cradles and Fingers k Scythes and Snatches dhJScythe Stones WheelTborrQA Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK GISTAGGI s Hardware Paints Oils Etc CapitolFoundry MachineJ t HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in 4Machineryof All IBothWE Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrs t200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONES 4 Mother Lost Reason After LaGrippeI quent Spasms Dr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine is a specific for nervous disorders It removes the cause and effects a speedy and permanent cure I feel it Is my duty to let you know that your medicines have cured little girl of nineof spasms Shecommencedhnvingthem- at three Our family doctor said she would outgrow them but she did not We took her to another physician who said her trouble was epileptic a form He did her no good either She was so nervous she could hardly walk As I had already used Dr Miles Nervine and found it a good remedy for myself I commenced giving it to my child I gave her in all ten bottles of the Nervine and one of the Blood Purifier That was over two years ago and she has not had an attack since we com r meticed the treatment She is no longer troubled with nervousness and we consider her permanently cured I enclose her pic ture My motherinlaw lost her reason nnd was insane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six bottles of Dr Miles Ner vine cured her My sister has also taken it for sick headache with good results We all thank much for your good medi thereimy daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet little girl lives out in ArkansasMRS HANNAH BARRETT Springdale Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for on Nervous and Heart Diseases AddrellI Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind STAMPING GROUND tMr Quincy Sparks of the St Louis R R Is spending his va cation at his old home here proiBaptist Church at Nattee Oven Fannie Ackers and children of Geneva Ind are guests of her father Esq S B Triplett Mr Henry Scott and wife of Owen county were guests of Mrs Varina Bourne last week Miss Ella Duvall who has been at jtending the State Normal School at has returned home and opened her school at Burr Oak dis trict Mrs Willie Davidson and daughter 1of Paducah are guests of MIS Stone and other relativestt DiedOn Thursday at the resident e of his grandfather Jir J W Jameson J DIhisPThe funeral was conducted on Fri day afternoon by Rev G W Hill assisted by Rev J W Foster and the remains were laid to rest in the Ma sonic Cemetery Several of citizens of this place went to High Bridge on the excursion last Sunday UNO COUNTY FAIR rjSCOTT our citizens will not County Fadwill be held In Georgetown commencing on Tuesday August 6th A great attrac tion will be the big burgoo concocted by Gus Jaubet on the first day It will be a real fair We hope a big crowd will atend CINCINNATI EXCURSION The regular biweekly excursion to r Cincinnati will be run by the P C and Q C Railways tomorrow Au gust 4th Rate for round trip tickets only 125 Train leaves at 7 a m sharp Returning It leaves Cincinnati at 610 p m Baseball two games for one admis sion between Cincinnati and Boston Clubs 6ON FALLS CITY ttEXCURSIONISTS r 4The good steamer Falls City brought a good crowd of well dressed men and women on Tuesday While the boat was unloading Its cargo here 1Rithe crowd took In all the points of tiinterest Including both the old and rtSnew Capitals Later they went on up t to Valley View- CONSOLIDATION 6EFFECTED The Central Kentucky Traction Co and the Frankfort Versailles Traction CoMwero consolidated this week s the big magnates coming over from pniladelphla and Lexington They whole system will now be known as the Central Kentucky Trac tl IPMon yM4I COLORED UNDERTAKERS HOLD CONVENTION The colored undertakers of the State thisSence present at the Colored Metho onIQuite Interesting sessions were entertainment was given in lion or of the delegates at Odd Fellows Hall on Main street Tuesday night at which a number 6f addresses were delivered The following officers were elect edT K Robb president Frankfort L B Lillls vicepresident Indiana polis A B McAfee secretary Louisville J H Hathaway treasurer Louis ville Lewis Wiljiams assistant secretary Botts sergeantatarms Mt SterlingB Teague chairman of the Ex ecutive Committee HARGIS RESIGNS James Hargis the noted feudist came here on Tuesday to attend the meeting of the Democratic State Cen tral Committee After the committee adjourned he returned to Lexington and wrote Out his resignation as a member of that committee from the Tenth district The resignation was the result of pressure as the load of carrying such a man as a State Committeeman had become too heavy for the party iSECRETARY TAFT Will Probably Come to Blue Grass Fair on Friday August 16th There Is strong probability that the Hon William H Taft Secretary of War In President Roosevelts Cabinet and the probable nominee of the Re publican party for President will visit the Blue Grass Fair during Its ses sion at Lexington- An Invitation has been extended to Secretary Taft to come on Friday Au gust 16th which will be known as Cincinnati Day and when the Cincin nati Business Mens Club wil1comee In full force to Lexington several thousand strong Secretary Taft Is hooked for a trip to Oklahoma and It has been Impost sible thus far to determine just what day he can visit Lexington The strong probability Is however that he will come on Friday August 16tht He has promised to deliver an address whatever day he does come Aside from President Roosevelt and Mr Bryan there is no other one man In America In whom the people feel theJ same degree of Interest today that they feel in Secretary Taft For years he has filled with credit to himself mid with honor to his country many Important positions of trust He has The Farmers Wife Is very careful about her churn She scalds It thoroughlyaftor using und gives it a sun bath to sweeter it She knows that If her churn is sour It will taint the butter that Is made in it The stomach is a churn In the stomach and dl e8t1vor and nutritive tracts are performed pro cesses which are almost exactly like the churning of butter Is it not apparent then that if this stomachchurn is foul It makes foul all which is put into It The evil of a foul stomach is not alone the bad taste In the mouth and the foul breath caused by it but the corruption of the pure current of bided and tho dissem ination of disease throughout the body DiscoverymakesIt does for the stomach what tho washing and sun bath do for thgchurnabsolutelyr- emoves every tainting or corrupting element In this way it cures blotches pimples eruptions scrofulous swellings sores or open eating ulcers and till humors or diseases arising from bad blood If you have bitter nasty foul taste in your mouth coated tongue foul breath are weak and easily tired feel depressed and despondent have frequent headaches dizzy attacks gnawing or distress In stow ach constipated or irregular bowels sour or bitter risings after eating and poor appetite these symptoms or any considerable numbcrof thorn Indicate that you aro lazylivergestion or dyspepsia and their attendant derangementsh e t Inl set uuonce eve m toms no ions s It p a the vo o rut s r hat this Is absolutely truo will be readily proven to your satisfaction requesttofree copy of his booklet of extracts from tho standard medical authorities giving miteringtutuof tho ago say of them ond will give us pleasure show you present offerings flue and medium priced furniture the sort that is both and durable we shall also bo glad to tell you our liberal partial payment plunu little at a time as your income p gained the respect and admiration of the nation and he will honored with a splendid audience when vis Its the big Blue Grass Fair Dyspepsit is our N national aliment Burdock Blood Bitters is the national cure for it It strengthens the stom ach membranes promotes flow of di gestive juices purifies the blood builds you up- ROLL OF HONOR The following names are the pupils of Choateville school who were on the roll of honor for the week ending July 26th Ethel Moore Cromwell Denton Clo rus Lewis Ora Kennedy Lucy Niles Mollle Peters Annie Moore Milton Lewis Stuart Riddle IDA S SEMONES teacher I will mall your free to prove merits sample my Dr Shoops Restorative and my book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or The Kidneys Troubles the Stomach Heart or Kidneys are merely symptbn sof a deeper ailment Dont make the common error of treating symptoms only Symptom treatment Is treating the result of your ailment and not the cause Weak stomach nerves the Inside nerves mean stomach weakness always And heart and kidneys as well have their controlling or Inside nerves Weaken these nerves and you Inevitably have weak vital organs Here is where Dr Shoops Restorative has made Its fame No other remedy even claims to treat the Inside nerves Also fort bloating billiousness bad breath or use Dr Shoops Restorative Write today for sample and free book Dr Shoop Racine Wis The restorative Is sold by all druggists LETTERS The following is the list letters remaining uncalled for the Frankfort Ky postofflce for the week ending August 3 Arland Mrs Boswell Dr Herman Clara Annie Delewalls William Goodfree C H Vi Grey Thos Gurtom John IKoehler C Leslie B S M Lewis Wm A fj Quire Bottle V Riddle Mrs Willie Scalf Harver Willson T Wooley Mrs Lulle When calling for any of the abovo letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M Ohio Ry Schedule in effect toy lt0J sub ject change without notice Limited for LouisvilteNasliYiU m phis West dad Southwest 020 A M and 514 P M Daily Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York llichmonil Old Point and Norfolk 1010 A M and 801 111 Daily 28lyr I Buy Furniture R r Fconomically Extravagance consists buying the wrong thing at tho wrong price i hl1ingUw priceiIf you are truly economical fl1lnitl1loilwrIIt should bo bought first for its appropriateness and sec for its durability It our in appropriate of rmitsIR ROGERS SONS be he of complexion me ADVERTISED of in 1907I W Chesapeake 25 to In to THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR High Grade Vehicles f Than ever before The public have at last come to the conclusion that a CHEAP vehicle is DEAR at any price Our work is trictly handmade and is sold under a guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle that is firstclass and will give perfect satisfaction drop us a card and we will call to see you We know we can suit you in both quality and prices All we ask is an opportunity to discuss the matter with you Seller Garriage GoI H K PresidentS WARD VERSAILLES C tylTilE BEST BBEHD V IS MADE FROM PRIDE OF MADISON FLOURj ASK YOUR GROCERI ForHay Straw Salt SeedsPotatoes and Produce Gall On HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones m i 1 AM READY TO MAKE THE BEST PHOTOSAnd all Styles of Portraits and Groups at my new Gallery South Frankfort Bridge St Everything new Call on the Relia ble Photographer H G MATTERN i- j M A SELBERT THE LEADIrJG JEWELER J MARRIED PERRYWYLEY this city on Wednesday Mr Chester D Perry andI Miss Eva Wyley were married by Judge J H Polsgrove- PEYTON LYNNn this city on Wednesday Mr Calvin Peyton and Miss Nellie F Lynn were married by Judge J H Polsgrove CURR lfETHINGTON In this city on Wednesday Mr Thos J Curry and Miss Eunice Ethington were married by Judge J H Polsgrove- ROSENSTEINKOLZBERG In thii city on Sunday Mr Charles Rosen stein and Miss Fanny Holzberg of Cincinnati were married by Rabbi Weinberg of Louisvill- eTHOMPSONYOUNGIn this city on Saturday Mr Thos R Thompson of this city and Miss Nellie Walcutt Young of Dayton Onio were married by Rev J R Zeigler of the First 1yi i Presbyterian Church 4INTO HANDSOME NEW HOME J yrp i hMr John G Rogers has moved his into Jiis Jhandsjjne ngw frame house on Steele street iiun has just been completed Mr v Rogers has also beautifully furnished his home He is to be congratulated upon the beauty and convenience of his new residence HELP WANTED Salesmen and representatives in every city in the United States to sell our Grape Fruit Champagne tot the trade and individuals Goods consigned or three months credit given to representatives GRAPE FRUIT CHAMPAGNE CO 313315 East 2Sth St New York Aug 3lt 0 AIRSHIP ASCENTS gaily Flight of Big Knabenshue Ship Will be Seen Daily at Elus Gass Fair r Curing the big Blue Grass Fair at Lexington the week of August 12th to 17th only now about ten daysoff will be seen each day the famous Knabenshue Airships in aerial flights This is the best known and most highly perfected of all forms of ae rial navigation Mr Knalniishue was the onlyone of the many who attempted it who made successful flights at the Worlds Fair at St Louis I in 1904 Since that time he has been constantly improving the construction of his ship and his own skill in man aging it and has brought aerial navi gation to a point where it is no longer a matter of speculation but a cer tainty unless there be most adverse weather conditions The big Knab enshue ship will make several flights t daily during the Blue Grass Fair It is only one of the many attractions II of the week of August 12th to 17th at JexingtonI on hand and may be had upon applica tion to Secretary Jouett Shouse Those who intend to matte exhibits at the Fair should write for catalogue without fail Dr Weavers Treatment Sjrnp tot the blood Cerate for ekin eruption i BIRTHS WEITZi w In Lexington on Sunday John Geary Weitzel Infant son of Dr Paul B Weitzel and wife ThomaSJElectric edy in America for 25 years TASTY IMPROVEMENT Ihe pastor and board of stewards of he Methist Church have just com pleted a very tasty and pretty Im provement in having the Sunday school and Prayermeeting room and the walls of the stairway beautifully frescoed in harmonious colors This is a great improvement over the dingy and discolored walls of the rodm and stairway and with other im provements which have been made matte this one of the prettiest church es in the city Dr Weavers Treatment Qjnp purifies tho blood Ceratoheala skin eruJlUeM e ENTRIES CLOSE AUGUST 5 Record Entry Lists to Live Stool Classes at Big Blue Grass Fair Entries othe various live stocl classes for the Big Blue Grass Fair to be held at Lexington the week of August 12th to 17th close on next Monday August 5th Over 30000 is offered in premiums and prizes and the classification is so arranged that it provides splendidly for all kinds of live stock and every sort of agricultural product that is of particular interest to the people of Central Ken tucky There is every Indication of a rec ord breaking entry list The Blue Grass i Fair this year is the first of the big series of exhibitions of na tonal importance given in the coun try It precedes all the Important State Fairs and is held during a week when there is neither conflict with any other fair of Central Kentucky nor with any other exhibition of any great size throughout the entire coun try it will therefore be the first meet ing ground for the important flocks and herds and horses of the entire jcbuntry and will open up the circuit of big shows which closes with the mous International at Chicago late in tlie fall Entries to all classes are al ready pou rin in and every visitor may feel certain of seeing the best exhibition of rattle sheep ami hogs as well as the greatest horse show ever seen in tine SOtthI Heart Strength Heart Strength or Heart Weakness means Nerve Strength or Nerve Weaknessnothlnlt more los lovely not ono weak heart in u hundred is In self actually diseased It is almost always aI hidden tiny little nerve that really is all at fault This obscure cervethe Cardiac or Heart Nerve simply needs and must have more power more stability moro controlling more governing strength Without that tho Heart must continue to fail and the stomach and kidneys also have these same controlling nerves This clearly explains why as a medicine 3hoops Restorative lies in the past done so much for weak and ailing Hearts Dr flret sought tho cause of all this painful palpitating suffocat ing heart distress Dr Shoops Restorative this popular prescriptionis alone directed to these weak and wasting nerve centers It builds strengthens It otters real genuine heart help If you would have strong Hearts strong gestion strengthen these nerves reestablish them as needed w- ithDr Shoops RestorativeALL DEALERSi r Stiver Plate that ffcars jp Made in artistic and ongi ral patterns only Your Knives Forks Spoons etc will be correct in every way if they bear the trade mark 1847 Rogers Bros arc CataloljucfNo 53 Sent Made oniy by Intcrnntionrl frelim Successor to w MEiunir TKITANNIA Z A MnuIH = ElTM5 TOPASSIn this county on yesterday Mr John Topass aged eighty thro years Mr Topass was a veteran of the civi war and was an upright honora be and industrious man He caves a wife and a large of grown children to mourn his deathI The arrangements for the and not been made when we pressNOTICE TO NONRESIDENT Circuit Court of the United States Eastern District of Kentucky at Frankfort Kentucky Wednesday July 24th 1907 Court tact pursuant to adjournment Present Hon A M J Cochran Judge Charles Ileum Davis Trustee versus Frederick A Hull Et It appearing to the court by the affidavit of Frank Chinn this day filed dueldiligence non the defendant Kenneth Chis holm but that said defendant Ken neth Chisholm could not be found ir the district when iJie was suppose to reside and has not voluntarily ap peared to the bill herein and that per sonal service upon said defendant without the jurisdiction of this courts impracticable it is now ordered that the aforesaid defendant Kenneth Chishohr be and he is hereby warned to appear and plead answer or demur to the complainants bill ol omjlalt herein on or before the first Monday in October 1907 and It is further ordered that this order shall be publiched not less than once a week for six consecutive weeks from this date in a newspaper of gen oral cite tlation published in the city of FrankfortA Attest WALTER G CHAPMANClerk Per E II COLEMAN Deputy Clerk August 36t- ENDOhSED BY THE COUNTY The irost popular remedy in Otsel go count and the best friend my family writes Wm M Dietz editor and pubUscher of the Otsego Journal GilbertsvHle N Y Is Dr Kings New Discovery It has proved to be an fallible cure for coughs and colds making rhort work of the worst of them V e always keep a bottle in the house I believe it to be the most val cable prescription known for lung and throat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker by all druggists Drug store price 50 cents and 100 Trial bottle free 4BLUE GRASS FAIR CA TALOGUE Copies of the catalogue of the big Blue Grass Fair which will be held atl Lexington the week of August 12th to 17th have been sent to this office for distribution The catalogue Is con sidered by competent judges the most completo ever issued by a fair in the State of Kentucky It sets forth fully the unequaled prize list of the Blue- Grass Fair together with information concerning the splendid program of free attractions and carnival features The cover is particularly handsome having been made from a special de sign drawn for the Blue Grass Fairly the emiient artist George Ford Morris of Chicago II r i 1 t i M A SELBERT THE LEADING JEWELERs r f PLRSONALS Continue from page 2 Washington City Jamestown and oth er points in Virginia Mr Richard Morris Mr George L Payne and Mr Frank Cannon left Wednesday morning for their annual fishing trip in Canada Mrs W T Buchner and children oi Shelbyville who have been guests of her parents Col John F Davis and WHO have returned home Miss Jennie McDonald Mrs Ann McDonald and Mrs Catherine Callahan attended the funeral of Mrs Desha Lucas at Paris yesterday Mrs Lizzie Campbell and daughter Misses Willie and Mary and Mist Ella Stephens have been enjoying the- Janiestown Exposition this week Mr and Mrs W C Lutkemeier will entertain with a dance at the Country Club on Wednesday next August 7th It will be a delightful affair Mr Robt 11 Bergman of Irvine came here Saturday night to visit hk wife and children who are visiting her parents Capt I T West and wifeMrs Jane Bradford Frazier of Cov ingtqn is the guest of Mrs John W Rodman Todd street where she will visit for several days She isimele gant and cultured lady Her father Hon Laban J Bradford served in the Legislature a number of years ago and is well remembered by our oldei citizens s RGULAR AS THE SUN is an expression as old as the race No doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular performance in the universe unless it is the action of the liver and bowels when regu kited with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed by all druggists Price 23 cents Any skin itching is temperteaser The more you scratch thQ worse it itches Doans Ointment cures piles 3czema any skin itching At all the drug stores mn iLCCINAT1 AND nETURN VIA F CDf Y U1N A r AUGUST 4TH SPECIAL TRAIN Leaving Frankfort 700 A M nr u tiyrs wiiUnn Iowiers are wt Thatu lone nerds when in bad mulition Tonic blood purifier anj ennifuge They are not food medicine and the best in use to put 1 horse in prime condition Priceicents per package For sale by J W Gayle and La Compte Gayle =CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE g4 J If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or full of humors if yon have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Brood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B Is es pecially advised for chronic deep seated cases as it cures after all else z failstMar 2ly STREETCARLINt tj MCafsArm streets for South Frankfort corn IDm gat 615 a m and every 15 tnminutes until 1015 p m For ParkAt 615 a m and 3 cars per hour until 1015 p m For Cemetery 630 a m every 45 minutes until 945 p mtFor Leestown 630 a m and every 30 minutes until 10 m F IrJr A GOOD NIGHTS RESt illForCThe greatest tonic on earth is a goodsrest Restless nights and the rible exhaustion of a areldread dangers of the poor CJBut why this fear of the few doses of Dr Boschees consumptiveIiiwill insure refreshing sleep from cough or night sweat pcctoratioiHn the morning tain by German SyrupswJWe know by the experience over thirtyfive years that one bottle of Germany Syrup will speedilyrelieve at cure the worst coughs colds lung troublesand that even in bad cases consumption one large bottle of German Syrup will work wonders it gTwo sizes 250 and 75C All druggists For sale by J WGayle Woven Wire fences D C LAYARD Agent for torhmLamb WoOen Wire Peerless WoOcn Wire Fence and Peerless JrPoultry Fence 12 Maumee sate your WIRE FENCINGyNo 213m Z rTJr Weaver Syrup and Cerate Bncceisf ul treatment for blood and skin dlecawa f 1yr The Good Old Summer Time I Creates a demand for North Star Refrigerators Water COOl SjSIce Cream Freezers Ice Chests Sprinkling Hose Screen Wire Screen Cloth and Screen Doors Call and examine our stock R P CSOWRR CoI307309 Main StreetHardware MerchantsBoth Phones j = RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn the rec Clingmaly930 a m Sundayschool In the chapel IWednesday evening prayer at 730 tfjpm The public generally invited to at 1jftendBAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M B Adams the pastor being absent r r Rev 0 L Powers will preach at- pm 8 will be no service at 11 am MMThere at 945 in the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union hasI adjourned for the summer Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 745 In the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats ki ft1ttvireo f CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson the poly tor being away on his vacation Rev Jos M Severance willt farcr preach at 11 a m No evening service YU1Sundayschool at 930 a m in the chapel L Christian Endeavor Society has adjourned for the summer Prayermeeting on Wednesday even ing at 730 oclock In the Chapel Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct as follows IiservicesMass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m it6 Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Jesse R Ziegler the pas ji tor will preach at 11 a m No evening service t itSundayschool at 930 a m ifilrYoung Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 630 p m rPrayermeeting Wednesday evening iVhat 730 p m f Visitors cordially welcomed i METHODIST CHURCHRev J O It A Vaught Pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m LjJ Epworth League at 7 p m Prayer meeting on Wednesday even 5ing at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend XtSOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN JI CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pas i tor being absent there will be no service at either hour Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m plPrayermeeting Wednesday evening iat730 p Everybody Invited to attend lt iBEIJEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday f school at 330 oclock p m f THORN HILLThere will be Sun f dayschool every Sunday afternoon in f the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p m LEESTOWN MISSION Rev J R Zeigler the pastor will preach at this mission at 730 p m MiEverybody Invited r t j THE STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY 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 separato 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 dormitories fuel and lights and traveling expenses if they remain ten consecu times months or one collegiate year The 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 num ber of matriculates last year was 901 Each department has a specialist at its head with the necessary number of assistants Summer schools are provided for In Pedagogy Engineering and instruction ArtsIPatIwith all modern conveniences bathrooms hall for physical culture at 3 per week All the courses of study in the college are open to young wom en 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 yearThe new buildings namely one for the Department of Education one for Agricultural Science and aLibrary Hall are in process of erection and will be completed early in the next collegiate year For Catalogues methods of obtaining appointments Information regard ing coures of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D or top C FRAZEE Business Agent Lex ington Ky Fall term begins September 12th 1907 July 27tf IS THIS THE BEGINNING OF THE END We have always doubted the wisdom of the particular move made by our farmer friends In forming their Society of Equity although we fully agree with them as to the wrongs perpe trated by the Trust Hore is the first evidence If its failure- CLARKSVIILE TENN Aug 1 A sensation has been caused among members of the Dart Tobacco Grow ers Association over a speech deliver ed at Keysburg Ky to several hIm Bred people by W P Anderson one of the most prominent members of the association condemning the Inner workings of that body He criticised severely the high salaries of tine offi hapI cers or a few of them hnve voted themselves salaries that are out ofI proportion to duties or labors they called on to perform Continuing he declared the three members of the Aclvlstory Committee are paying themselves 2100 per year the treasurer 2500 secretary 1500 John Allen speaker 1800 The president Chas Forst and his brother Joel Fort have been poorly paid the former receiving 5 at each meeting of the Executive Committee while the latter drew 100 per month as orator and paid his own EVERYBODY SHOULD expensesI says C G Hays a prominent businessman of Bluff Mo that Bucklens Ar- nica Salve Is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore burn or wound or to a case of piles Ive used it and know what Im talking about Guaranteed by all druggists Price 25 cents SWITZER pn3 Lietter I1Iiss Beftle Jones is visiting rela tives at Forks of Elkhorn this Ruth Smith who has been a visitor at Frankfort for the past two weeks returned home Sunday- A small crowd from here attended the Forks ice cream supper Wednes day evening Mr Wallace Carter brakeman on the F C Is now spending a two weeks vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs S T Carter A delightful hayride was given for the Peaks Mill ice cream supper Sat urday evening Thirtytwo from here enjoyed the delightful ride Each pas senger received a round trip for 13 Chester Morris of Frankfort ThursdayI who guest for the past two or three weeks rev turned home last week Mrs McQuillan of Versailles is vis iting relatives here A delightful ball game between Midway and Stamping Ground teams was played at Stamping Ground last Sunday Mrs Lula Henry of Frankfort and her Sundayschool scholars spent last Tuesday here on Elkljorn fishing and having other sports Another Ice cream supper will be given here in August As the other wasnt of such a success on account williproveMrs J H Smith and family are now visiting Mrs Cass Shaw on the Versailles pike Mrs Heart aged 72 died at the home of her laughter Mrs Matthew Hart last Saturday Mrs Heart was a well known lady by all around here She was a good kind and generous lady having many warm friends The remains were laid to rest in our beau tlful cemetery last Sunday afternoon The many friends of the bereaved family express to them their deepest sympathy SUNSHINE I have been somewhat costive but Doans Resulets gave just the result desired They act mildly and regulate the bowels perfectly George B Krause 305 Walnut Avenue Altoona Pa ir4 The Louisville Herald to Award 0000 in Prizes Monday July The Louisville Daily Sunday and Vockly Herald Inaugural a voting contest In which 10000 in prizes will be awarded the women of Kentucky and Indiana The plan adopted for awarding these prizes la the tall t 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 The smaller sIzeIThe prizes offered by The Herald are the most liberal ever given away by any newspaper In the South The capital cashoThiselarge0 amountof moneyill 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 JICCCG 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 prL In Tho Heralds contest The other automobile is a runabout model valued at 650 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 tlu two automobile winners will be given choice of the ma chines The contest is divided into twentyfive districts Each district will receive three prizes The first prze In each district will be a free trip through the Eastern States Including visits to New York Atlantic City Philadelphia Baltimore Washington ICorfolk and the Jamestown Exposition Every cent of the expense cf the twentyfive tourists from the time they leave home until they return will bo borne by The Herald One of these free trips will then be awarded 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 votes accorded candidates In other districts This equalizes the competi tion and gives every one who enters tro race an opportunity to win and ulcers or any old sore cured or money REMEDY Ky Aug 3lm Tlc end and third prizes In each ono tu twentyfive districts are a sild wiiuh and bu hags college scholar Ip In tho order earned These prizes are in keeping with the main awards and tho who secure these secondary pre mums may rest assured that they have got ful value for the effort put forth In the contest How to Enter the Race All that Is necessary to enter Tha Heralds contest Is to send your name and address to the manager of the Con test together with the names of one or two reliable parties who live in the vicinity Another way to enter the race Is by clipping out a few coupons published dally In The them out properly and sending them to the Contest of Thr Herald Louisville Ky EligibleEvery In this contest who Is a 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 over a period of nine 1 to August 31 Get Votes Votes may be secured In The contest by clipping the coupons from theIJFdally paper which count as one vote and are only valid one week or by securing tot th d t jtlonscounts for 2400 votes a new six months counts for 1000 votes and so on Full Information on this point may be learned by reading The Her aid or writing the Contest for particulars Enter Now If you are eligible enter this contest at once You may win the capital prize of 00 In cash or a brand new 2000 auto mobile If you are not eligible enter tho name of your wife mother sister friend relative or sweetheart as the case may he and help her win a prize It will cost you nothing to nominate a candidate And costs a candidate nothing to try tor one of the prizes Now Is the time to get busy In this gigantic contest You may never have another to pet such valuable prizes for so little ef fort Enter the race before some one else In your locality gets all the vo you are depending on To enter the contest simply send your name and address to the Contest of The Herald Louisville Xy and you will receive full Information unon every point of the race by return mall THE BIG BLUE GRASS FAIR AT LEXINGTON KY OVB RAugl2 17OVER PremiumsII 0 asIn25000 In Premiums KOPPS MILITARY BAND The Great Knabenshue Airship DAILY ASCENTS IThe Best and Most Extensive List of Free Attractions in the Country 16 Thrilling Acts Each Day16F- or Preliminary Prize List and Catalogue JOUETT SHOUSE Secretary Lexington Scrofulous syphilitic mercurial returnedMITCHELL CO- Frankfort r a Department Department weeksJuly subscription subscription Department opportunity s Department INCORPORATED Ji address Ky 4oJgenuintLaxative 1 the remedy that cures a cold la oas day- f IJ M URESRADICAL i iw www PRICE REDUCTIONS f SHOES FURNISHING GOODS CLOTHES l iF y ifl g The reason is that its time to clear out low shoes and summer furnishing goods And as a fitting climaxj10 to by far the largest spring business weve ever had we propose to have the biggest sale weve ever had in these two departments So weve hunted out every low shoe in the store and every piece of hot weather furnishing goods andr tit put prices on them low enough to make things hum It will pay you to come early r 0- Sotr J f V J 1 SHOES FURNISHING GOODS 6r Miens advanRegular 4 makepatent vici and gun metal leathers in blucher and lace Theg Jtf finest low shoe known today UNDERWEAR I Mens SuitPracticallSuitistocklight weight lisles porous bal kshoert ing long and short sleeve cool and comfortable and a com r blucher stylespleterange of sizes worth 250 and 3 a suit reduced to 198 a suit llt tt Boys Underwear Reducedtf About fifty pair of vici and patent shoes light welt soles stylIshThe J demand for these goods has been wonderful Made of nain this3outhsI About 100 pair sizes 13 to 2 worth regularly 250 and 2jOO X1 00 suits now 80c k reduced to 199 and 164 Every pan a wearer 200 suits now s 150 r re rA r likk75c value 60c now This is the greatest shirt store in central Kentucky Nows your ii100 value 1 now 99echanceto buy at very low prices Childrens SlippersSaleof White Negligees Ilk Weve got too many white negligees so weve gotten together a Sizes 8A to 2 Every pair marked down every style new thISlotof about 30 dozen at the following reductions I season Vici and patent leathers dainty slippers and long wearmg 200 white negligees 150 toxfords Reduced as follows v 150 white 125 value 99c white negligee 115t150 and 175 value 200 value 124Pleated bosom 100 white shirts not included 1f r 250 value f Womens Oxfords 1981fanhattan you cant buy them elsewhere at any price and LJ Wilson Bros in this sale Plain and pleated bosom cuffs attached and AIweltleathers and a few tans 150 negligees now 115 Laird Sehol er Oxfords 5398Shirts at 8100 1leathersvici leatllOlS in light and heavy soles BELTS HALF PRICE All belts and all 50c neckwear except solid blacks and whiteiat just half prIceitSPECIAL AT 8100 A PAIR r About 200 pair of oxfordsnole larger than 3tworth from 2 to 350 a pair patent and gray blue 50c Fancy Sox 35c three pairs 100 canvass Not an assortment of sizes in any lot but a great variety2uc to 35c Fancy Sox 20c paIrKof all sizes up to 3I STRAW HATS HALF PRICE White Canvass Oxfords at 8100 and S15O The remainder of our straw hats at just half price Worth 150 and 200 All styles and SIzes i a r 4t Mens Suits at Less Than Half Price 4 sic I For Suits Worth 2O to 25 t Iii1 JTi About 100 suits in this lot including many of the best selling patterns weve had this season Better come quick to get one of them I PrJces Axe Fox Casht f L Ji r4 I f IT R K McClure sonsVfv tTEDr JI t 1l i J1 arrtr st m mur fa I i j