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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT1 IGEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO FOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEUMS laO In Advance lit YOL XXX = FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY AUGUST 10 1907 NO4f 1Im FRANKFORTS PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS GEOKGE DBArKIIIN xoIStaple and Fancy Groceries tions Cigars and Country No 510 Second St Now Phone 517 ProdllceIjuno 15Om KODAKS COI LECOMPTE1 C C5AYLE I EBNER June 15fini South neOr101a CO 814 hc1I LAUNDRY Jr StateIfTho M N Laundry aims ed 05 OINELL Agent Ofllce 223 StClair St up stairs jl55m IfI PLUMBINGWhen wI or old sanitary work Pall Chas Whitehead 104 fih Clulr street Ready at all times with prices to suit the most skeptical I Both Phones 105 Juno 15Om Tho Franktort Ice Copiiy Manufacturers of Pure Artificial lei made from Distilled Water Factory Nos 102 104 and 10S Main Street Phones 89 and 30 equipJ1tdIn C W VOGLER Duller in rAFancy and Staple Grocer i t jtlr fll nht1DogLH toclato in every od0tfjuno lC6in W J SCOTTOW Country Produce a Specialty t Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Both Phones Cor 2nd Bridge Streets br June 15Oin REAL ESTATE CHANGES HANDS Messrs L B Marshall Co have sold for Mrs Tues P Brown the two story brick residence property known as the Lee house on Main street be tween Ann and High to Mr Emil Consideration 3000 look well eat well or feel well 1Sorgo impure blood feeding your body the blood pure with Burdock Bitters Eat simply take exercise keep clean and you will have long life CAMP LYNNIa On Sunday morning near eleven oclock after asking the blessing of God upon their sojourn in Colorado a party camping about a half mile west of Elkhorn erected the Stars and Stripes upon a lofty pole in the center of their camp and christened the place Camp Lynn The party con sists of Dr V T Lindsay and wife of Springfield J E Lynn Christian preacher of Warren Ohio and wife and their son Emerson and daughter Rach el Mrs O L Hamilton of Indianapo lis hid and her three sons Frances Oliver and Vachell Miss Mary Folks t 01 Hiram 0 and Mrs Eudora Llnd soy South of Excelsior Institute near Frankfort Ky Thus the party represents four different families tour different States and three different pro fessions namely the clergy medicine and teaching The platy loft their re spective homes with Empire as their destination but at Denver finding Em pie inaccessible they turned aside to Eldora They were at first greatly disappointed but already the magnifi cent scenery at Eldora and in the vi cinity is reconciling them to their fateEldora Col Record July 20I 1907 t SOUTH CO PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY jtn lIH m Both Phones 17 GaDital aLllliYOillce Cor Main told Ann Sts Laundry Foot of Ann St FKANKFOPvT KY juno 15Cin In Addition t- oLUMBER Wo sell the Celebrated Ham mOl Paint and the best Wall Plaster made Invincible HAMMOND CO June G- utShoe Makers J Kratzol 210 Broadway St will make to order any kind of Shoe or Boot at reasonable price Repairing of all kinds neatly done Do not forget his number Juno 153m NAT MILLER THE TAILOR Makes a Specialty of Dyeing Cleaning and Pressing Suits Made to Order 405 Main St Opp Capital Hotel jnno S- ntinterior Decorating For all class work of this kind hynntrcallond bge itha t y Clairjun Agent AgentforJOHN W GAYLE Merchant Tiiilor and Gentlemens Furnisher and Hatter Cleaning Pressing and Repairing n Specialty Main Street Old Phono 22 juno loCin BUGGY OVERTURNED AND MAN HURT As Dr Gwin and Mr R L Fitzgerald of Elmville were returning to their homes on Monday evening in a buggy an electric car en routes to Glenwood Park came up behind the buggy The horse became frightened at the light and backed off of the pike embankment overturning the buggy catching the two gentlemen under IL Dr Gwin was not seriously hurt but Mr Fitzgerald had his back badly wrenched and was otherwise bruised Assistance was rendered and Mr Fltzgerahl brought to the city where his injuries were attended to He suf fered a great deal of pain from the strain PHILL IPS CANTY Plumbing Gas Ed Sew erage SanltaryWatk of all Description pry us and be f juno 1M fIWave you a Gas So If not honeyCalllight price JP The Capital Gas trlc juno 15Cm Lightrparatcd errsThe South Side MarketI The Best Beef Lai Pork Fresh and S sage Sliced Han ters and Fish in 8 I I June 15im NEVILL LLINS Liquors and Where dyThem The Pure Fo aw ays did ing but viI t Clair sFOR- Plainand iicyI1 t- TRY The Roundabout STANDARD OIL GETS IT HOT The Standard Oil Company was fined In the United States Court in Chicago on Saturday on 1461 counts of an indictment the enormous some of 29249000We our bank account would look like thirty cents after we had to pay such a sum as that IWo hope the S O will now be- good CHOATEVILLE HONOR ROLL IThe following names are pupils who were on the Roll of Honor for the week ending August 2d Rhoda Belle Bixler Mollle Peters Mary Lewis Nellie Richardson Crom r HAMMOND iiII Sell Lumber Shingles Sash Doors Hardware Paint and the best l Wall Plaster Made Wilkinson St Frankfort Ky fl tfIt f MAMMOTHI Waist Salew This is the most important feature of our Clearance LawnLingerieand prices arc greatly reduced All 500 Waists 398 All 400 Waists 298All 300 Waists 2481 11 8225 Vaists 175 All 150 Waists I 19 Come and select one before they are picked over SuitsOnya few more suits left Remember q are offered at gl eat bargains Skirts50J and S750 See the elegant new a Skirts we are showing at 500 and 750 Ca KAGIN BRO NO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY rtf is sww d STAMPING GROUND Rev Mr Arnold of Georgetown filled the Baptist pulpit in the absence of Rev G W Hill The remains of Mrs Thos Klrl pat rick who died near Georgetown were buried in the Baptist Church burying ground on Saturday Mrs Frank Jackson died July 30 at Switzer while on a visit to her son Mr W L Jackson of consumption She was SI years old The remains were buried at Switzer Mrs Fannie Wiggington of Pendlel ton county and grandson Mr Morris B Wigginstou of Dallas Texas were guests of Mrs Jane Bradford last week Mrs Jane Bradford has gone to Dallas Texas to visit relatives Rain has fallen on two or three oc caslons lately but not enough to meet the need We hope however before this is in print to have a sufficiency Quite a number of our citizens have attended the Georgetown Fair especi ally on the opening day We wonder If that burgoo was any part of the at traction Perish the thought Dr C L Ford attended the Sunday school Convention at Salem Church Saturday and delivered an address U OI qFBUSINESS MENS CLUB ATTENDS GEORGETOWN FAIRr Headed by toe Second Regiment Brand a delegation of obout 100 of the Justness Mens Club went to Georgei town on Wednesday morning on It special train over the F C Rail way An address of welcome was e d by Col Carrlck which de11I ponded to jy Mr L Frank son Owiui to the very threatening weather of the early morning the delegation was qut down in numbers The Club was headed by its genial resident Col ueorge B Harper andI the boys had a glorious tulle of it returned home about p m highly delighted with their reception ffllolmarly Risers The famous GSttic pills JI7 BULLITT PIONEER SOLD Shepherdsvllle Ky August 5 DO Gober has sold the Bullitt Pioneer to John L Sneed who will conduct it in the future Mr Gober will go to New York where he has a good posi tlon Mr Sneed has had considerable newspaper experience The paper will remain Democratic Both pf the gentlemen are former Frankfort boys Jack Sneed was known to everyIbody when he lived here twenty years ago He has many relatives here now who wish him all success with his paper He has been assisting Mr Gober for some time LAWRENCEBURG FAIR ASSOCIATION We have received a complimentary ticket to the Lawreuceburg Fair which will occur Tuesday August 20 and the three following days There is no doubt about it that the reason this good old fashioned fair has outlived so many socalled fairs is that It Is what Its names Indicates an ag ricultural fairand not a series of races Every one who goes to this fall wants to go back again THE ONLOOKER The Lexington Onlooker conies again this week with its columns full of spicy and searching articles Certainly the Onlooker is stirring up the dry bones of affairs in Lexington with a vim which was much needed oaCOUNTY COURT DAY Monday last was county court day and notwithstanding the ruin of the morning there was the largest crowd of farmers and traders In town that have been hero for several months There were several hunches of steers one and two year olds some cows anti calves and a few horses on the market Notwithstanding the efforts of theyrauctioneers trade was dull and but littlo done ltJfr elot t I tJr 1 r Weitzelsnil Big Underwear Sale LC ARL J i 1IIiII1 PERSONAL Col E H Taylor Jr left Thursday for Chicago Ills Mr John B Chenault of Richmond was here this week Miss Irene Mattern is visiting her friends in Cincinnati Mr Joshua R Shaw of Versailles was in the city Monday Mrs Wm Cromwell has returne- from Drennon Springs Mr R W McRery has returned from a trip to Eastern cities Col Oscar Vest of Carrollton visited friends here this week Mr C Steele Reading visited Shelby county this week Mr Tony Schoberth of Versailles was in the city Monday Mr James T Buford has returned V from a visit to New Castle M IJoqkett Smithhas gone f Anoretd visit friends r Judge John S Odell of Lawrence burg was here Thursday- Mr Sam M Whltehead left Thurs day for Big Stone Gap VaIMr Nat Stone and wife of Ver sallies was here on Monday Col James E Stone of Louisville was a visitor here this week Mrs C K Wallace has returned from a visit to Tatham Springs Mr James E Henton of Woodford county was in the city Monday Capt M H Insko of Carlisle DepuI ty Collector was here this week Mr Dennis Slick Lynch of PIttsI burg Penn is at home on a visit Miss Bertha H Coke of Chicago is visiting relatives here this week Judge Thos H Paynter and turned Monday from Atlantic CityI Capt C C Furr left Tuesday three weeks visit to Petoskey richi ion Mrs John G South Is visiting her father Gov W O Bradlty in Louis P ville Mr Blackburn Red Bohannon has been forced by a bad leg to return Edith Posey is the guest of her cousin Miss Lilian Berryman in Ver sailles C Mr Charles Hinneau has returned to this city from Cincinnati to re sideCaptJ R Sams of Lexington Is on duty at the Rifle Range at Kennebec Station Mr H K Ward of tOe Oem r Car rlage Co Versailles was In the city E C Roemele and son E C Jr are visiting relatives at Emi nence Mrs J Gray McLean Is visiting her sister Mrs George L Willis in Shel byvllle Mr John W Pruett Jr and wife leftI Thursday for Atlantic City New Jersey Mrs V Berberlch and Mrs M A Selbert left Wednesday for Atlantic City N J Mrs LIda Sandifer of Bernstadt j Ky Is the guest of her aunt Mrs T West Rev H M Polsgrove of Jennings La Is visiting relatives at his old home here Dr Mitchell Lewis of Richmond Va was the guest of relatives here this weeic Miss Margaret J Russell Is visiting her sister Mrs J T Gaines at Cres cent Hill Miss Bertie Bunnell and Miss Alice Jeffersondvllle Ind Mr Thos Toad of Versailles was the guest of his brother Mr John R Todd Tuesday Mr J W Marksbury and daughter of Cleveland Ohio are guests friends here Miss Ann Church of Louisville who has been visiting relatives here hat returned home Miss Bertha Umethun who has been visiting friends In Lexington has returned home iLJi f Rev Jos M Severance wife anti children attended the Scott county Fair this week Mrs H M Bain of Lelngton was the guest of her brother Mr John C Mastin this week Miss Belle Gltner left yesterday to visit her niece Mrs F B Smith In Woodford county Mr George Weitzel of St Louis Mo is the guest of his mother Mrs Carrie Weitzel Circuit Clerk Ben Marshall attended the meeting of Circuit Clerks at Crab Orchard this weep Miss Elizabeth Stone of Owensboro the guest of Mrs Kate M Williams at the Highlands Mr B C Fulton and wife have gone to Chicago Ills and other western cities on a vacation Mr 0 H Pollard and Mr J E Patrick of Jackson were here Thursday legal business ICol Thos A Hall and Mr Mason Brown visited Woodburn Stock Farm on Wednesday- Mr John W Tremere and wife visit ed their son Mr Wm Tremere at Wilmore this week Dr Albert A Stoll of Louisville was the guest of his cousin Mrs H Wilson this week Mr H H Heise of Madison Ind was the guest of his daughter Miss Viola Heise this week Mrs L C Norman Sr who been visiting relatives in Boone COlinI ty has returned home Dr Frank Thompson of Louisville visited his parents Dr G F Thompson and wife on Sunday Mrs John M Jameson who has been visiting her daughter at Cynthlana returned home Saturday Col Geo H Watson President of the Geo T Stagg Co of St Louis Mo was here this week Mr U V Coke U S S Rhode land who has been at home on furlough has returned for duty Mr Robert M Bergman of Irvine was the guest of his father In law Capt I T West Tuesday JIo w c = c c- S rct = =h rr o rC raIl1 et N N N r p- o c nor Oin = = 1 Ib Miss Elizabeth Sargent and Miss Julia W Johnson have retiyned from a visit to Nelson county MrT O Davis and Mr Charles 11 Harris of Versailles were In the city on legal business this week Capt Bart W Jenkins of Florida was In the city on Thursday shaking hands with his many old friends Miss Mason Montgomery left Thursday for Lake Geneva where she will spend the rest of the summer Col S J Shackelford wife and daughter and Mrs Wm Magoffln left Wednesday for Mt Clement Michigan Mr Edward Schneider of the Frankfort Shoe Company left Thurs day for his vacation at Jamestown N Wm Crowe wife and sons William andAlvin who have been away on aJyacation have returned home i1 Hon Llllanl H darter and postmas ter Geo W Hutcheson passed through this city i iisdaen route tot Owen coun rlrDr O B Ga K ind son Master Jo seph came Thursday to visit his broth er Dr Jr Gayle Washington street Mr Will D Grant of St Louis Mo was the guest of Ills parents Maj J Ales Grant and wife this week Mrs H C Heft and daughters the Misses Ethel and Bessie of Louisville are guests of Mr W L Wright and Walter A Roberts and wife of Huntington W Va visited his pay rents Mr E J Roberts and wife this Joe Gray Green of Louisville who has been visiting her parents Col J F Davis and wife has returned B H Blanton and son of Knoxville Tennwho have been guests of relatives here have gone home Misses Virginia Gray and Florrie lodman left Thursday for West Vir glnla where they will visit friends lends Mrs Hiram Berry and Mrs W IJo Cannon left Tuesday for Toronto Can where they will spend the rest of the seated term Mrs Ben T Farmer and daughter VIlss Martha of Cincinnati who have seen guests of relatives here have rev urned home Mrs J O A Vaught and daughter Miss Elizabeth returned Thursday night from a visit to their old home at Catlettsburg Mr W A Brown and wife of Louisville who have been guests of her pay rents Mr Henry Wright and wire have returned home Mr Sam Stone Bush of Kenwood Louisville was the guest of his broth erinlaw Col G F Berry at Juniper Hill this week Miss Coranel Mattern and Miss Kobards returnel home Monday from Olympia Springs after a pleasant stay of two weeks Miss Nora Miller of this office who has been visiting her mother In Evanston Ills for several weeks rev turned home Sunda night 1 J = Greatest Attractions Yet Next Week at fl1ENYS Beautiful Persian Lawns and Paris Muslins 15c 20c 2oc- Lawns and Organdies small neat figures fast colors 106were 15c and 20c Silks 39e were Goc and 75c Silks 88c were 100 and 125- Suitings including wide Mohairs and Fancy Weaves 4Uc were Goc and 75c Our goods are all fresh not used and abused 4 Ladies snits at sacrifice prices rF1 J HEENEY 1 Value JOHN DRiSCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Mat Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky J Dr Weavers Syrup Purifies the blood Cerate ointment for the skin KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS wiTHDr Kings New Discovery FOR ooOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED Mrs Mollle Crutcher and daughter Miss Lizzie of Lexington have been visiting in their old neighborhood at Uuckers for several weeks Miss Susie Berryman of Louisville who has been the guest of Misses Posey Campbell Shelby street has gone to Nlcholasville Mrs Iva Emmett and children Emily and Warwick are boarding with Miss Sue Poynter near Duckers dur ing the month of August Mrs Mary Hendrick Mrs Chapman Coleman Miss Sarah Broomfield and bliss Fannie Hendrick have gone to Indiana for the heated term Miss Anna Caplinger of Louisville and Misss Lottie Wolf of Madison Continued on page 0 50 XPERIENCI YEARS 1 TRADE MARKSI Anyone Icnamg a sketch and acscrl11llon quIck ascertain our opndm tree whether au Communi1I0IIsiient fItclalfree Oldest agency forncurug patents Scientific American- handsomely illustrated weekly Lnrsest circulation of any eclentlUo journal Terms tyear four months f1 Soul by all newsdeale- rsFi1UNNCo36IBfoad New York Brand omce F st Washington D IReduceTO Louisville Ky VIA Queen Crescent Route One fare plus 25 cents for the round trip Tickets on 20thIgoodAsk Ticket Agents for par iculars July 27td 1 I v- r AUGUST SPECIALSi Wash Suits Sale 500 Sheer Lawn Lace or Embroidery Trimmed Suits for 250 1000 Show Lawn Princess Styles for 500 Skirts 500 ald 650 Grey or Tan Skirts 375 1200 Grey or Tan Skirts 750 l rr F R L- ERR 7ril J BIG PREMIUMS ON TOBACCO I Kentucky State Fair Announces 250 Additional Prizes Over Those in Trade has CatalogueNThe as State spe Septem J as premiums on tobacco Mr E E Bowen of the Board of Trade Committee has prepared the following For best sample representing hogs heau of not less than 800 pound bright burley leaf tobacco 75 For the best sample representing hogshead of not less than pounds of red burley leaf tobacco 50 Dark Types For best sample representing hogs head of not less than 1400 pounds of a fire cured tobacco 75 For the best sample representing hogshead of not less than 1200 pounds of unfired tobacco 50 Samples of tobacco competing for these awards are to be drawn and 1sealed by the Louisville Leaf Tobacco Exchange Inspection not limited to r crop and open to all exhibitors With the addition of the Board t Trade premiums the total cash prizes for the Tobacco Department of the r State Fair aggregates 770 Of this amount 470 is given by the State I Fair Board about equally divided be tween Burley and Dark Tobaccos In Burley classification crops of 1905 and 190G jire to be shown In the williilllVreeland Is giving two special twenty premiums on tobacco Mr Vreeland as chairman of the State Board of Agriculture under whose di rectlon the Kentucky State Fair isj given Is to be the member In charge- of the Tobacco Department M H Froman of Ghent Is superintendent the department S B Robinson of Is assistant superintendent- The Louisville Commercial Club has Jof 250 and the Retail IerI Association of Louisville has a similar amount both l to go probably into the speed program The fair board will add 350 to each of the appropriations which will very probably be known respectively as tin Louisville Commercial Club Purse and the Retail Merchants Association Purse The State Board has adopted a res olution prohibiting pool selling or gambling in any form on the grounds or the sale of vinous or malt liquors on the grounds also Dr Weavers Treatment Byron ppurifies the blood Cerate skin eruption Suits 2500 Grey Stripe Eton Suits fine quality material 1000 2500 black or Blue Voile or Panama Suits 1500 One lot Blue and Giey Suits worth 1250 to 1500 for 500 Lace Curtains Special Sale 1 and 2 pair lots on rDONT EXPERIMENT You Will Make No Mistake if You Follow This Frankfort Citizens Advice Never neglect your kidneys- If you have pain in the back urinary disorders dizziness and nervousness its time to act and no time to experi ment These are all symptoms of kid ney trouble and you should seek a remedy which Is known to cure the kidneys Doans Kidney Pills is the remedy to use No need to experiment It has cured many stubborn cases In Frankfort Follow the advice of a Frankfort citizen and be cured your self t Mrs C M Betts of 519 Short St Frankfort Ky says My kidneys troubled me for some years off and on I tried different remedies but without obtaining any permanent re lief The pain across the small of my back was often very severe especial ly at night before retiring and In the morning when I first arose There was also a kidney weakness distress ing at all times I read about Doans Kidney Pills and the symptoms they were recommended to cure seemed just like mine and willing to try any thing to get relief I went to J W Gayles drug store and got a box I took them as directed and soon no ticed the difference In my condition The sharp pains mid aching disap pea red and the other distressing cool plaints were banished Doans Kidney Pills certainly act like magic and the good relief they give Is lasting For sale by all dealers Price 50 edits Foster Milburn Co Buffalo Ite1IIStatesRemember the name Doans and1 take no otherIOFF FOR HIGH BRIDGE The F C and Q C Railways will run another of their excursions to High Bridge tomorrow Sunday Train will leave this city at 930 a m and returning will reach home about 7 oclock The fare for tile round trip will be 100 Fare for the round trip to Georgetown only 50 cents s Free for catarrh just to prove mer it a trial size boy of Dr Snoops Ca tarrh Remedy Let me send It now It Is a snowwhite creamy healing antiseptic balm Containing such halI- ng Ingredients as Oil Eucaliptus Thy mol Menthol etc It gives Instant and lasting relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat Make the free test and see for yourself what this prepai ration can and will accomplish Address Dr Shoop Racine WIs Largo jars 50 cents Sold by all druggists Dress Goods for School Dresses 50c Mixt Suitings 35o Remnants in desirable lengths Lawns 15c Lawns lOc 40 inch Vic Lawn lOc 36 inch Linen Lawn 25c MARRIED WARF1ELDHARROD In Louis ville on Wednesday Mr Walter War field and Miss Bettie Harrod both of this city were married EDENSALDRIDGE In this city on Thursday Mr Thomas Edens and Miss Rose Aldridge both of Shelby county were morried by Rev L D Stucker EARLYWINEBOARDMAN Par is on Wednesday Mr Jos L Early wine and Miss Elise M Boardman were married r ilrEarlwIneisPostmaster at andParis Is a hustler His bride is said to be a handsomelady- WILSON lIILE Announcement is made that Prof A M Wilson of State College Lexington and Miss Mary Keith Miles youngest daughter of Mr John E Miles of this city will be married toaay Prof Wilson Is one of the most ef ficient and ablest professors at State College His bridetobe is one of Frankforts prettiest and sweetest girls one vhoma y Imtftghrtob proud to win as his brIdeI i25t4 G NGINNATI AhD RETURN VIA F CRY U1pAY lAUGUST 18 SPECIAL TRAIN Leaving Frankfort 700 A MIPARTICULARSI RisersiiittoThe famous little piite i1h OLD TAYLOR i TIlE IKEMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors r Frankfort Kentucky Crex Porch Rugs 18x36 Rugs SOc 30x60 Il1gs 100 I H6x72 Rugs 150- 54xJ0 Rugs 300 9x12 JapanesE Matting Rugs 500 ADVERTISED LETTERS The following Is the list of letters remaining uncalled for In the Frankfort Ky postofflce for the week end ing August 8 1907 Adonas Mrs N B Bucken Robert Bell Mrs M Bracken Huston Casey Mrs Emily Cardwell Bros Chapman Sam Clark C C Cox Lee Davis Walter M Dixon D A 2 Dyer 1VP Evans i William Graham E 0 Graves Hugh W Giles John Ha rou Mrs Amanda Hars J D Haynes Rev B F Higdon X A Jones Mrs Lizzie King Mrs Jennie Lawrence Martin Lee R H Martin FranItI McAlister Ed f 1 James Mir4 slfINeal William t Perkins Anne Porter Miss Cord L Reynolds Mrs Tom Roberts Miss Jessie Rtismuld O H t Stacy Sidney Tilman Will Tlpton Mrs Nannie Vance Virgil Wagner James Whalon J W White Mrs Lottie When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P AN EYE LASH FINISH In the Senatorial Handicap in Mis sissippi between Hon John Sharp Williams and Gov Vardiman tilt olll cial count was made on Thursday by the Democratic State Central Com mittee and Mr Williams was deelartd the nominee by the close majority of U1S votes nn WEEfl Y COURIER tTOURNHu- oandbout1 For mAt a15aTho IrosidiMitial election is up dinuFedJinnDemocrat and ins always peen a Democrat never a Kepnblican is tvuylernoThe CourierJournal is goin rtosup port the ticket Anti there you have it SEND YOTK CHDEK FOR THIS COMBINATION TO US NOT TO THE COUKIEK JOUR NAL THE REGULAR PRICE OF THK WETKLY COURIER JOURNAL ALONE rSl A YEAH BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 a m to p m and at 9 and p in Leave Paris every hour from 0 a in to p m and 10 p m Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 630 a in to 7SO pm midntl and p in Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from 010 a in to 815 p m and at p in Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 6u nlS to p in and at 0 and p m Leave Versailles very hour from 545 a m to 095 p m and at S15 and 10 p m Eo T Phone 010 Home Phone 174 R T GUNN Manager 2tf TWO DAILY TRAINS If From Loulaille to CHICAGO VIA Leaving lOth St and Broadway 806 a m 821 pm- Prtfaaf t Enmtrarf m nf Pullmatta ON NIGHT TRAI Connections for CALIFORNIAand includingCanadianWest and North Terms and TimeTables on application District Passenger Agent Low Round Trip L To Colorado California Washington and Oregon Be Henfiion Route FROM LOUISVILLE KY SUMMER TOURIST- On Sale Daily Until Sept isth Return Limit October 1907 iTI 50DENVER PUEBLO SPRGS AT ft ir LOS ANGELES SAN FRANCISCO iDluilU PORTLAND HOMESEEKERSpOn Sale every first and third Tuesdays In each month Return limit 21 and sodays TO POINTS IN ARIZONA ARKANSAS NEW MEXICO OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS KANSAS AND UTAH Write Us for Rates J GALLAGHER TPA J IRWlNGVt Louisville Ky Louisville Ki July 7ot FOR SALE A Thresher Sowrutor at a par gain W P SCOTT htiikIIuIhiIngI PrC r TfteFranKfortRoimilaDout = == =Entered at the postoitieo tit Frankfort Kon tucUyassoconilrlnsb nmiluble mutton QEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT AUGUST 10 1907 = A CLIPPING FROM THE LONG AGO We have been shown by Mr John E Mlles a clipping from the Haiti more pltl Sun of May 24 1S47 which contains a list of the names of soldiers from Kentucky and Arkansas who had been captured by the Mexican army and were imprisoned In the Castle of St Tago near the City of Mexico and brutally treated together with a protest sent by the officers to Gen Santa Anna of which no notice was taken by him which is signed by Maj Tohn P Gaines of Ky Major Solon Borland of Ark Capt Cissius M Clay of Ky Capt C C Danley of Ark and 2d Lieut G R Davidson of KyAmong the names of the we recognize a number IrlsonersI knew personally In after Capt C M Clay Capt W J Heady Lieut Geo II Davidson Corporal John Private A W Wake prljvateescape on it to Saltillo where the American army was then lying Capt C M Clay afterwards became prominent in politics was Minister to Russia under President Lincoln and Brigadier General in the Federal Army during the war between the States He died at his home White Hall in Madison county a few years agoLieutenant Geo R Davidson was a Lieutenant In Capt B C Milams com pang an uncle of Mrs Jennie Card well Mrs Kittle T Holmes Mrs Jennie Chinn and Mr Thos R Markham of this city Capt W J Heady was from Bullltt county where he practiced law and represented that county twice 1n the Legislature He died in Louisville in the 70s Corporal John Swigert was the old est son of the lad Mr Jacob Swigert and a half brother of the late Capt Jacob and Mr Joseph Swigert Private A W Holeman was from QVlencounty and became prominent in tfi f tlfinrcounty During r the war between the States he raised and commanded the Eleventh Ken tucky Federal Cavalry When the war was over he removed to Louisville where he died about twenty years ago- Private Cyrus Calvert everybody remembers as a substantial farmer of the Peaks Mill neighborhood and a useful citizen of the county He only passed away a few years ago friends by his neighbors and a host mournedI Private C E Mooney Lexington and a printer by trade He wrote for the papers of his city over the nom de plume of Corporal became widely known and was universally popular In the latter days of his life he was familiarly known as Doctor Mooney raREPUBLICANS TO NOMINATE CANDIDATE The Republican County Committee met on Monday last and issued a call for a County Convention to nominate a candidate for Representative in the Legislature The convention will beheld at the court house in this city on Saturday August 17th at 2 oclock pm- LAST CALL TO BECOME COUNTY TEACHERS J I Jlf r Friday and Saturday August 1C and 17 are the last days on which pros pective teachers in the county schools can take an examination before the county superintendent and as Prof thIsIfor tho position should be on hand nt Uptime mentioned While the super intendent was short a few teachers last year the deficiency hi this de scription of help is more pronounced this season and there is an excellent chance for ambitious young ladies and gentlemen to secure nice post tions which pay a reasonable salary for at least six months out of th3 twelve SnperIwill bring all necessary information to candidates and as there is but i week left between now and the holding of the last examinations no time should he lost in seeing him and preparing for tho work by those who would like to fill such nice post tions KAVANAUGH CAMP MEETING OPENED Rev J O A Vaught who has charge of Kavanaugh Camp Meeting opend up on Thursday last Services are being held morning afternoon and evening Several of the ablest Methodist divines in the South have already or will have charge of the services s groundsjPlaced a large w meals are served at 25 cents a singh meal during the week and 50 cents on Sunday Family tickets to grounds 150 Twentyone meal tickets for 100 The Camp Meeting will continue for two weeks Reduced rates on all railroads We hope a large number of people from this city will attend FLAG FORK The meeting held at Lebanon Church by Rev L D Stucker closed Sunday night with four additions by meeting also closed at the Methodist Church Pleasant View Sunday night Miss tea Netherton of Frankfort began her school here on Monday August 5 May she be progressive Miss Nellie Lynn of this place and Mr Carter Peyton of Lebanon were married on Wednesday July 31 Mrs Eldora North Is visiting her datighter Mrs Elriora Watkins who is just recovering from the fever Little Mary Lynn Kersey and Ella Gordon are visiting relatives at Flag uislv111eMrs Hallie Reed and Mrs Nunnelly visited Mrs Eldora North on Thursday lastMiss Dora Mlles of Harpers Ferry begun her school at Sandripple Au gust 5th Miss Cora North and Mr Oscar Al lison attended church at Lebanon Sun dayBro C M Benight will preach at Pleasant Ridge on Saturday Sunday and Sunday night Every one is in sited to attend BLACK EYES TO RAISE BED OF GLENS CREEK PIKE Owing to the fact that the Government authorities stopped the Highland Railroad Company from dumping the dirt rocks stumps logs etc into the river above the Big Eddy that com pany has made a contract with the fiscal court to raise the bed of the Glens Creek Pike so as to dispose of the refuse and thus raise the pike above high water The company will build a retaining wall next the river This will be a great improvement SETTLES SHORTAGE IMr W J Semonin former County of Jefferson county who was found short in his accounts with the 0000000000000000000000 That hacking coughcontinues Because your system is exhaustedand 0your powers of resistance weakened 0Take Scott J Emulsion 0 It builds up and strengthens your entire system 0 oItcontains Cod Liver Oirand Hypophosphites so A that it is easy to take and easy to digest 0 000000000000000000000000 g9WKN8 UlL IItIIII4 covppplihd State on Tuesday made the whole amount good by paying the county 1581092 and the State 29 649311 total of 4540585 CROP REPORT FOR AUGUST The following is a synopsis of the reo port of Commissioner Vreeland which gives the showing of the various crops by comparison on August 1st as follows Corn- Prospect for average crops 10 years 90 Condition of crop August 1st 90 Wheat Per cent of yield compared with average ten years Quality of berry Oats Per cent of yield compared with average crop ten years 71 Barley Per cent of yield compared with average crop ten years 70 Rye Per cent of yield compared with average crop ten years So Hemp Prospect for average crop ten years Condition v of crop August 1 Tobacco Hurley Prospect for average crop ten years 82 Burley Condition of crop August 1 79 Dark Prospect for average crop ten years 7- 1DarkCondition of crop August 1 78 Grasses MeadowsYield of hay compared with average crop ten years 90 PasturesCondition of August 93 CloverCondition of August 1 88 Clover Yield of hay compared with average crop ten years 86 CloverProspect for full crop of seed AlfalfaConditton of August 1 94 Stock Peas Prospect for average crop ten years 84 Stock PeasjCondltion of crop Aug 84t Live Stock Horses ond mulesGeneral condi tion of August Ii 96 Cattle General condition of August 1 96 Sheep including Lambs General condltionof August I 98 HogsrGeneral condition of August 1 93 Young vr Mules Number compared j with ayerjige ton years 89tr OrgtiUiT1 Prospect for average crop ten years 81 Millet Prospect for average crop ten years 88 ApplesProspect for average crop ten years 1 Gardens- Condition of August 92 THE LIMIT OF LIFE The most eminent medical scion tists are numerous in the conclusion that the generally accepted limitation of human life is many years below the attainment possible with the advanced knowledge of which the race is now possessed The critical period that determines its duration seems to be between 50 and 60 the proper care of the body during this decade can not be 0o strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Natures best helper after 50 is Electric Bittters the scientific tonic medicine that re- vItalizes every organ of the body Guaranteed by all druggists Price 50 cents y- ON THE RIGHT TRACK The officers and minions of the law had business with the Tildy on Wednesday when they gathered in about twenty of the genus loafer black and white and landed them in Castle Haldi The wagon was kept going at a pretty lively gait This is as it should be There are a number of classes of work that are sadly in need of laborers and yet gangs of these fellows are loafing our streets doing absolutely nothing Make em move on HANDSOME TOMBSTONE TO REV GEORGE DARSIE Mrs Coranel Darsie has just had erected a very handsome tombstone over tne grave of her husband Rev George Darsie in our cemetery It is of Westerly gins marble and covers the whole grave and has tile simple Inscription giving his name and the date of his death What a wide field of usefulness was ended up at that date JOI r IrL PletisanttoAtike Laxative Syrup J f j1 NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION h r Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms ask Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousriii Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE j t Tobacco Bellows Blowers 1CradlesScythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil TarpaU lnsIiMonkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK GI STAGGl Hardware Paints Oils Etc I GapitolFoundry Machine Co1wHOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in and Repairers of Machinery and Machine Supplies of All KindsIBoth New and Secondhand T WE HAVE FOR SALE Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boller Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Nlne horse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrs200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONES I II J4 atl 4V I f bCuredAt 70 of Hea Dis Iease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful Dr Miles Heart Cure Cure but in people of WEffected readily Itself There however Dr Miles Heart watching hun dreds of cases and from the letters of grateful ufferers will cure where all else has failed It is not only a wonderful cure for weak and diseased heartsibut it is a blood tonic a reg ulator of action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for im proving the circulation of the blood During the Civil war I contracted heart and in 1896 while living in the grand old town of Lexington Va I grew so much mysiSterintawVa While I said nothing to anyone I ne- ver14expected to live to return to the dear old flown On reaching Mrs Kirbys she insisted 1 should try Dr Heart Cure I cored a few bottkjlof it also the Nervine1- IDd Tonic one or two bottles I despairedofsifted on keeping it up which I did1m Iprovement soon began in earnest and I took m all fifteen or sixteen bottles I was re itored to perfect health and while I am 70 years old I am comparatively n boy You sir are a cheerfully recom sufferinghumanityJ bottleDrAddre1r1CHOATEVILLE Mrs Outer of Frankfort Is visiting Mr and Mrs John Pierce Mr Gilbert Hawkins and best girl i Miss Norman Reagan attended Choate 1vllle Church Sunday evening Mr Robert Wade and best girl Miss Emma Dennis attended services on Interesting games of croquet were played at Mr William Pierces ISunday by Mr James Quire Mr Gus Mr Harry Pierce Mr John Walter and Mr Wm Pierce Mr Robert Wade and Miss Emma Dennis Mr Boone Hamilton and Miss Jessie Pierce Mr Henry Showalter Ches4kter Dennis and Miss Mary Richardson and Miss Roberta Chambers and Miss Ellis Peters spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Goldie Sudduth PMcr and Mrs Balne Moorland ME Showalter attended church at Frankfort Sunday nightIMr John Walter of Frankfort anil friend Miss Jessie Pierce attended church Sunday morning Mr Victor Banta and best girl Miss Ellis Peters attended Benson church L Sunday evening Mr Dick Hardin and best girl Miss Roberta Chambers attended church Sunday evening Mr Burns and best girl Miss FanI nie Wainscott attended church at Choateville Sunday evening Miss Mattie Conway spent Sunday with her father Mr Polk Conway Mr Boone Hamilton called on his best girl Miss Jessie Pierce Sunday Misses Ollie Morris Flora Rogers j Lula Wright Rosa Mauer Minnie Rogers May Woolridge Azilee Gor don Lucille Hater Louise Woolridge I Payne McChesney Viola Brldgeford Bertie Phillips Clara McChesney Pearl Lacefleld Annie Mitchell Agnes Morris Norma Reagan Bonnie Mitch ell May Lacefleld and Agnes Cook of Frankfort and Miss Christine Weber and Miss Goldie Sudduth of Benson will spend the coming week with Mr and Mrs John Moore Now boys its time to catch a girl Mr Wm Walter and best girl Miss Christine Weber spent Sunday after- noont with Miss Rosa Matter We enjoyed the services which were conducted by Rev B F Williamson very much and he is cordially invitol to make an address to us when ho to do so- iwisheswere very glad to hear from and also from Aunt Lennie I hope they will tell us the t news every week XMAS CLOSED TENT MEETING Col Noel Gaines returned last week from Perryvllle where he has beers holding a big two weeks tent meet ing The meeting was a very success ful one Large crowds were in attend J ance and a goodly number of conver Gaines was worn out by the work and a temporary indisposition and came home to rest until time to J hold his next meeting at Munford ville August 1525 T r b f KNABENSHUE AIRSHIP Will Certainly be on Hand at the Blue- Grass Fair at Lexington Due to the fact that the Kentuck State Fair has advertised that the onlr appearance of a Knabcnshuc passer gerCiirrylng airship In Kentucky and Southern Indiana would he at Louis vllle during the week of the statoI Fair some misapprehension has arisen in the minds of the general nowI lie as to whether the ship will beat the Blue Grass Fair the week of August 12th to 17th as advertised It should be understooi that there has been no mlsapprehen slon of any sort by the management of the Blue Grass Fair nor has there been any misstatement by the management of the Kentucky State Fair The fact Is that the passenger carrying airship which will appear at the State Fair is a different ship from that which will appear at the Blue Gras Fair Both of them however the Knabenshue ships possessing all the excellence which the name Knaben shuo carries with It The ship that will be at the Blue Grass Fair Is one that has been proven by numerous flights to be entirely sueccessful while the one that will appear at the State Fair Is a more recent production of Mr Knabenshue that has thus far made no appearances The Knaben shue ship will certainly be on hand for the week of August 12th to 17th at Lexington and will make one or more ascents dally The general pub lie should not be confused by these apparently contrary but really authen tic announcements by the manage ments of both fairs- WATTERSON a TO SPEAK Eminent Editor Will Deliver Opening Address at Big Blue Grass Fair The Honorable Henry Watterson of Louisville editor of the Courier Jour nal and one of the foremost statesmen- of America will deliver the opening address at the big Blue Grass Fair at Lexington on Monday August 12th Last year when Lexington lost the Kentucky State Fair after making a notable success where both Louis ville and Owensboro had failed quite a good deal of feeling on the part of the citizens and business men of the Blue Grass was aroused towards Louisville The people of Lexington now realize that the fight for the State Fall Is over that Louisville has the location permanently and the spirit of generos ity they have displayed in inviting Mr Watterson to deliver the opening address for the Blue Grass Fair is es pecially notable It is also probable that Governor John A Johnson of Minnesota who has attained wide publicity recently as Mr Wattersons lark horse candidate for the presi lentlal nomination of the Democratic party will be a visitor at the Blue- Grass Fair on the opening day The nanagement has extended him a most A Womans Back Has many aches and pains caused by weaknesses and falling or other displace ment of the pelvic organs Other symptoms of female weakness are frequent headache dizziness imaginary specks or dark spots floating before the eyes gnaw- Ing sensation in stomach dragging or bearing down in lower abdominal or pelvic region disagreeable drains from pelvic organsfalntspells with general weakness If any considerable number of tho above symptoms are present there Is no remedy thai wive quicker relief or a more per ament tjKfi than Dr Pierces Favorito Pre t has a record of over forty years of cu It is themost potent loi n tenne gown rlical science t s made of the glyccrlc extracted nat vo medici nal roots found in our forests and con tains not a drop of alcohol or harmful or habitforming drugs Its ingredients are all printed on tho bottlewrapper and attested under oath as correct Every ingredient entering Into Fa vorite Prescription has tho written endorsement of tho most eminent medical Writers of all tho several schools pf prac tice moro valuable than any amount of nonprofcssloiuil testimonials though tho utter are not lacking having been contributed voluntarily by grateful patients In numbers to exceed the endorsements glen to any other medicine extant for tho cure of womans ills You cannot afford to accept any medicine of unknown composition as a substitute for this tvil proven remedy iOWN- CmlIOSlfldN oven though tho dealer may mike a littlo moro profit thereby lour Interest in regaining health is paramount to any selfish Interest of his and it Is an Insult to your Intelligence for him to try to palm off upon you a substitute You know what you want it is his busi ness to supply tho article called for Dr Piercos Pleasant Pellets are the original Little Liver Pills first put up by old Dr Pierco over forty years ago much imitated but never equaled Little sugarcoated granules easy to take as candy will give us pleasure to show you our present offerings fine and furniture the sort that is both and And shall also bo glad to you of our liberal partial payment little at a time as your income permits R ROGERS eX SONS cordial Invitationan invitation In which Mr Watterson thoroughly con curs and the distinguished editor Is bringing to bear all his influence upon Johnson to induce him tt visit Lexington aIPOCKET A pocket book with a small sum of money in it was found on the street on Saturday morning August 3 Own er can have same by coming forward proving property and paying for this notice R C SUDDUTH R F D 4 Frankfort Ky NO EXCURSION TONIGHT We are requested to announce that the regular excursion run by the Steamer Falls City every Saturday night will be omitted this week No tice will given when these excur sions are resumed My child was burned terribly about the face neck and chest I applies Dr Thomas Electric 011 The pain ceased and the child sank into a rest ful sleep MrsVNancy M Hanson rambnrgy FOR SALE ofCovingtonbusiness Have to sell in order to fol low practice of medicine Address JAl1ESj General Ky August 10HIScrofulous ulcers or old sore cured or money returnedsMITCHELL REMEDY CO- Frankfort Ky Aug 31mIr I will mall your free to prove mer- Its sample of my Dr Shoops Restora live and my book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or The Kidneys Troubles of the Stomach Heart or are merely symptoms of 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 nervesI mean stomach weakness always AudI the heart and kidneys as well have their controlling or Inside nerves Weaken these nerves and you inevit ably have weak vital organs Here is where Dr Shoops Restorative has made Its fame No other remedy even claims to treat the Inside nerves Also for bloating billlousness bad breath or complexion use Dr Bhoops Restorative Write me today for sample free book Dr Shoop Racine Wis The restorative Is sold ly all druggists Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in Nov 25 1500 subject to change notice Limited for illeNaslu ill m phis West and Southwest 120 A and 514 P M Dally Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Out Point and Norfolk 1010 A M and 801 P M Rally 28lyr JIIft Buy Furniture 6 Economically = r8xtrl1lI all OIlHiHts ill huylug the 1011r aging at the wrong price buyingthepLico If semis UItcconoll1it111 you will not IJII furnituro cheap1tits appropristtenPSSttntl soc oud for its durability It in medium priced appropriate durable we tell pIaua Governor be any Kidneys and without THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR High Grade VehiclesTh- an ever before The public have at last come to the conclusion that a CHEAP vehicle is DEAR at any price Our work is strictly handmade 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 you We know we can suit you in both quality find prices All we ask is an opportunity to discuss the matter with your Seller Carriage GoI VERSIMrES KY H K WARD C M BROWXIXG President Sec and Treas s TIlE BEST BRE0D IS MADE FROMuPRIDE OF MADIS- ONFLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER For Nay Straw Salt Seeds Potatoes and Produce Call On HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones Ii m AM READY TO MAKE THE B- ESTPHOTOS And all Styles of Portraits and Groups at mynew Gallery South Frankfort Bridge St Everything new Call on the Relia ble Photographer H G MATTERN r I M A SELBERTTHE LEADING JEWELER I CORKERS AND TWIaTERS By Mrs OHoulihan Whilst the object of the Farmer Equity Tobacco Association in neu tralizing a powerful montetary trust t is every way laudlble its plan or sy tem of operation is likely to prove unsuccessful There are various reason for this In the first place the expense of hauling housing and taking care of the individual crops that come into the custody of the equity officials together with insurance Interest on the money invested prizing shrinl age during storage and payment of the large salaries to the officers wil eat up the proceeds of the tobacco when finally sold and the farmtr win get nothing on all small crops and have a heavy scaling on large ones In the next place there seem to be oo buyers for this equity tobacco of the farmers trust The holder cant make a sale for the benefit of tin owners unless some one will buy It is dead stock as far as the presen outlook goes It Is claimed that 90 per cent of the yield is in the hands of the equity people But this is a mistake evidently as one can judge from the daily papers of the amount of sales in the tobacco markets These sales continue in considerable quantity and the tobacco Is coming h litrarsomewherrtPh6quantIy held bJ FGJ the equity organization Is evidently much exaggerated In the next place the farmer has nc iIcontrol over his tobacco his money is tied up in It indefinitely he car not pay his debts he can not buy supplies for his family or seed and im plements for his farm And when sal aries storage shrinkage Insurance interest etc is liquidated the pro ceeds of final sale will be of the an ished sort The only effectlce plan to beat the tobacco manufacturers monopoly is to limit the production of the burley to bacco by limiting he acreage Require by such stringent rules as they may choose each member of the organiza tion to plant only so many acres each year as will make o desired crop This allotment can be made by a com petent committee the allotment be made known to the members and each one rigidly be required to live up to It By this plan a larger member ship can be secured a near approxi mate be made to the desired output and a more liberal policy established Each farmer will own his own crop sell it when he pleases pay his debts buy his supplies and not have to sup port an army of middle men with hon ors and salaries But the tobacco raiser will have a fight on his hands when he proposes to alter the present system for a bet ter one The salaried lecturer the sal aried president directors and seen ries and the men who have Invested money In ic equity warehouses and perhaps the banks that have loaned money to them will oppose any kind of change that destroys their earn ings What is a navigable stream depends on both law and usage According to commercial usage a stream is naviga ble when steamboats sail boats and other water crafts used to transport produce or passengers can plow its waters But a stream may be naviga ble when the Legislature declares it to be so for purposes of special juris diction No dam can then be erected t on it or the waters interfered with without State permission The farm ers only own to low water mark Anybody can fish such streams so long as they keep in the water and dont touch the bank In which lattc case they are trespassers So Elkhor was once declared to be and Is now a navigable stream 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 performanc In the universe unless it is the action of the liver and bowels when regi kited with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed by all druggists Price 25 cents aPROF FROGGE DEAD Prof S L Frogge who was Superintendent of Public Schools of this city for several years prior to 1904 died at his home near Russellville on Sun day last August 4th 1907 and his tu neral took place In that city on Mo dartHe was a highly educated gentleman an earnest Christian and an efficient officer Before coming to this city he had charge of the publi schools in Hopkinsvill and at Mid dlesborough and was County Superintendent of Schools of Logan count for eight years He was a member of the Methodist Church a Knight Temp- lar and also a Prudent Patrician of Pompeii From the latter organlz tion his wife will receive 2000 insu ance upon his life He is survived b his wife and one son by adoption The news of Prof Frogges deat will cause sadness to many devote friends In this city STATE BOARD DECLARES DEAL OFF The deed to Douglas Park which was to have been bought by the Sttat Board for the purpose of holding permanent State Fairs has been found SJ defective that the deal is off It Is said however that the Fall will be held at the set time MORGANS MEN TO MEET The regular annual meeting of Morgans men C S will be luck next Tuesday August 13 at Purls Hill Camp Ground Nicholas county The rapidly thinning ranks of these old Vets will have a saddening effect notwithstanding the pleasures of tin meeting ACCIDENT TO FALLS CITY While coming down the river on Wednesday the Falls City struck a sunken rock just below Valley View and crushed a hole in her hull which necessitated her going on tbo ways Madison Ind which she reached after temporary repairs by her carpenters on Thursday She will be laid up for stveral days Weak WomenT- o weak and ailing women thero Is at least ono way to help But with that way two treatments must be combined Ono Is local ono Is constitu banal but both are important both essential Dr Shoops Night is the Local CoustitutionalThoformer mucous membrane suppository remedy while Dr Snoops Restorative Is wholly an internal treatment The Restorative reaches throughout thu entire system seeking the repair of all nerve all all blood ailments The Night Cure as its name implies does its work while you sleep It soothes sore and inflam andfischargesvehement gives renewed vigor and ambition builds up wasted tissues bringing about renewed strength vigor and energy fake Dr Shoops Restorative Tablets or Liquid as a general tonic to the system For positive local help use as w- ellDr Shoops Night CureALL DEALERS HS 1If111 Jf Plate that Wears Eg Made in artistic and origicral patterns only Your Knives Forks Spoons etc will be correct in every way if they bear the trade mark IJQ 47 Rogers Bros A JnCatalogue Z tlltIlIS Com i7 BEJTMS WALKER On the West Side on Wednesday Willie Walker son of M Green Walker aged twelve years The burial took place on Thursday af ternoonHASTINGSIn this city on Thurs day Mrs Mary Ellen Hastings aged 75 yearsThe was conducted by Rev J R Zeigler of the First Presbyter an Church yesterday afternoon IIll rastop your pain free To show you firstbefore you spend a penny what my Pink Pain Tablets can do I will mail you free a trial packag of themDr Shoops Headache Tablets euralgia Headache Toothach Period pains etc are due alone to blood congestions Dr Shoops Headache Tablets simply kill pain by coaxing away the unnatural blood pressure That is all Address Dr Snoop Racine Wis Sold by all druggists NOTICE TO NONRESIDENT Circuit Court of the United States Eastern District of Kentucky at Frankfort Kentucky Wednesday July 24th 1907 I Court meir iur kifito adf oir amen Present Hon A M J Cochran Henry Davis Trustee IversnsFrederick A Hull Et It appearing to the court by the af fldavit of Frank Chinn this day filet that the complainant has used due diligence In the effort to procure personal service of process in this suit upon the defendant Kenneth Chit holm but that said defendant Ken neth Chisholm could not be found in the district where he was supposed 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 court is impracticable It is now ordered that the aforesaid defendant Kenneth Chisholm be and he Is hereby warned to appear and plead answer or demur to the jjomplainants bill of complaint herein on or before the first Monday in October 1907 and it is further ordered that this order steal be published not less than once a week for six 6 consecutive weeks iron this pate in a newspaper of gen oral circulation published in the city of Frankfort A Copy Attest WALTER G CHAPMANClerk Per E H August 36t- ENDORSED BY THE COUNTY The most popular remedy in Otse ro county and the best friend of my family writes Wm M Diets editor bract ptWIscher of the Otsego Journal jilbertsville N Y Is Dr Kings New Discovery It has proved to be an in alllble cure for coughs and colds nuking short work of the worst of them We always keep a bottle In the House I believe it to be the most valuable prescription known for lung and hroat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker by all druggists Drug store price 50 cents and 100 rrial bottle free Dr Wearer Treatment pulp for the blood Cerate for skin eruption I M A SELBERT TH- ELEADING JEWELER f PLRSONALS Cnntinucn from page 2 Iiul were guests of Miss Lucy Cap linger South Side this weekt Judge R E Gaines and daughters left Sunday night for a trip to the Jamestown Exposition Norfolk Boston New York and Washington Jlr Lawrence Coning and Miss Ruth Coning of South Dakota who have been guests of Mr Z J Mon gomery and wife have returned horn Hon Jerre W South of Mountain Home Ark who has been the guest of his brother Dr John G South left for New York City on Monday nigh Mr W S Lyne who has been aU S Storekeeper for several years on Wednesday accepted a position with the Blue Grass Tobacco Co at Lex- Ington Mr Wm Montgomery of Stewart vllie N J who has been spending his vacation with his parents Mr James P Montgomery and wife left for horn Monday Maj Jas W Blackburn and wife of Washington City who are guests of his father Capt Jas E Blackburn Spring Station were visitors here on Wednesday Mr Henry Bowyer of Jacksonvlll Fla an old time Frankfort boy spent this week in the city hunting up bis b ytlo dfrJendsanaren wlhg his ac quaintance with the old town Miss Viola Heise who has been hi charge of the business of Heise t Son for some two years leaves Sun day for Madison Ind where she will reside in future Mr Robert M Bergman wife and sons Weston and Robert M Jr who have been guests of her parents Capt T West and wife left for their home at Irvine on Wednesday Maj and Mrs W A Lutkemeie gave a dance on Wednesday night at the Country Club There was a blj crowd out and the fun was fast ant furious until the wee sma hours I Miss Rose Williams the pretty daughter of Judge B G Williams cele brated her eleventh birthday by an entertainment on Monday afternoon A nice crowd of her little friends were present lIon James A Violett who has beer traveling in Florida and the West foi some months in search of health came In yesterday from Shelby county where his family is residing tempera IrlIy looking brown and in perfect He expects to reopen his law nlllce here in a few weeks Dont use harsh slcThe reaction weakens the bowels leads tlJ chronic constipation Get Doan Regulets They operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation HowcGEORGE WORKED HIS BLUFF Mr George Mattern of Louisville lint formerly of this city was held up by a footpad on Thursday night then walking to his home on Second street in that city but George pulled his pipe with silver trimmings ind Hashed It in the electric light so Tightening the negro oundrel that he broke and ran without getting any- lof Georges spare cash Thats the war to work It THANKS Mr Henry Wright has placed us under obligations for o mess of the sweetest blackberries we have seen his season Thanks Ur Cadys condition iiwtiei are what a horse needs when hi bad condition Tonic blood purifier ani vennifnge They are not food bf medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and Lc Compte Gayle CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE If your blood is impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if yon have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and 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 richIDruggists or by express 1 ier large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B BB is es pecially advised for chronic deep V seated cases as it cures after all else ti IiIarSTREET CAROLINE i Cars leave Capital Hotel Main and Ann streets for South Frankfort com mencing at 6 5a m and every 16 minutes until 1015 Pm For ParkAt 615 a m and 3 cars per hour until 1015 p m For Cemetery630 a m every 45 minutes until 945 p m For Leestown630 a m and 30 minutes until 10 p m F AND V TRACTION everyJJ D SALLEE Natures Great Invention On de banks ob de Amazon far away far aW8Yflfttlatr Dr Greeu ust Flowers to dfs do lAh picked dose flowers w August in ole Bruzlt 1se a Yankee ah longs to be August Flower is the only medicine free from alcoholic stimulants that has been successful in keeping true entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus in a normal and assisting natures of digestion separation and ab It sorptionfor building and rebuilding fby preventing AIJ irregular or causes which interrupt healthy and perssfeet natural processes and result in a tinal indigestion catarrhal affections causingappendicitisstoppage of then call duct foods nervous dyspepsia headache con stipation and other complaints such aft colic jaundice etc 4August Flower la natures intended reg ulator Two sizes 250 75c All druggist For sale by J W Gayle r Wire fences LAYARD for mwoven Wire Fence Woven Wire Fence Peerlet Jr 1t FENCINGNo V 1Dr Weaver Syrup and Cerate BncceiBf ul treatment for blood and ekin dteeuee rJ The Good Old Summer TIme I Creates a demand for North Star Refrigerators Water Coolers SIce Cream Freezers Ice Chests Sprinkling Hose Screen Windows Wire Screen Cloth and Screen Doors Call and examine our stock 8 P O SOWER 0001307309 Main Street Hardware MerchantsBoth Phones REJIGIOUS= ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn the rec ter being absent Rev E A Penlcfc will conduct the service at 11 a m Holy Communion and sewnou 730 p m Evening Prayer Mr C L Clingman 930 a m Sundayschoo chapel Wednesday evening prayer at p public generally Invited to ai tendBAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr M J3 Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 8 p m Sundayschool at 945 In the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union has adjourned for the summer Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 745 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats treeCHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson the pastor being away on his vacation there will be no preaching in the morning The Lords supper will be oocerved at 1030 a m No evening service- Sundayschool at 930 a m In the chapelChristian Endeavor Society has ad journed for the summer Prayermeeting on Wednesday even Ing at 730 oclock in the Chapel Everybody invited I CATHOLIC CHURCH R v Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct services as follows Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m No evening service FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Jesse R Ziegler the pas tor will preach at 11 a m No evening service- Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 630 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught Pastor being away at- Camp Meeting there willbe no ser vices at either hour Sundayschool at 945 a m Epworth League at 7 p m r Prayermeeting on Wednesday even Ing at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 745 pm Young Peoples Society at 7 p m If Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p Everybody invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday t school at 330 oclock p m THORN HILLThere will be Sun dayschool every Sunday afternoon in the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p m LEESTOWN MISSIONRev J R Zeigler the pastor will preach at this mission at 730 p m k Everybody invited THE STATE COLLEGE OF KEN TUCKY LEXINGTON KY The State College of Kentucky fers the following courses namely Agriculture Mechanical Engineering Civil Engneering Mining Engineer ing Electrical Engineering Normal School Classical and seven Scientific courses each of which extends over Mr years and leads to the Bachelors ep EacJ course fs organized ur a separate faculty The geneT acuity consisting of professors assistant professors and instructors number over fifty County appointees receive free tuition privilege of residence in dormi tories 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 number of matriculates last year was 901 Each department has a specialist at its head with the necessary number of are provided for in Pedagogy Engineering and instruction in Science and the Liberal Arts The young women find an excellent home with board and lodging in Pat terson Hall which is well equipped with all modern conveniences bath rooms hall for physical culture at 3 per week All the courses of study in the college are open to young wom en tenon identical conditions with those applying to males The attendance upon the Normal School In connection with the Department 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 a Library Hall are In process of erection and will be completed early In the next collegiate year For Catalogues methods of obtain ing appointments information regard ing coures of study and terms of ad mission apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D or to D C FRAZEE Business Agent Lex ington Ky Fall term begins September 12th 1907July 27tf EVERYBODY SHOULD KNOW says C G Hays a prominent business man of Bluff Mo that Bucklens Ar- nica Salvo 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 A GREAT SHOW The Big Blue Grass Fair at Lexington Next Week Will be a Record Breaker On next Monday August 12th the gates will be thrown open for the big Blue Grass Fair at Lexington It will night31through unless all signs fall it will be the best fair ever held in the Souta Over thirty thousand dollars xis offered in premiums and prizes for all assii- of live stock poultry farm products fruits and vegetables plants anti flow ers womans work and table luxuries Each day there will be a splendid show program cattle In the morning horses In the afternoon On Monday and Wednesday and Friday there will be good racing The fair wlll b pened by an ad Honor ejJm J3ijv fee Louisville Courie Jouniu e program will begin each day at en oclock In the morning and continue until six at night and there are so many rings that the great est precaution must be exercised in order to get through each days work within the allotted time There is every prospect of a record breaking entry list Entries in all departments having been pouring in for the past ten days and this week the offices of Secretary Shouse have bean wellnight swamped The Blue Grass Fair this year is the first exhibition of internationa j jipe to be held It precedes alfl estate Fairs of1 the country amlopens the show cir cult for the season offering a national battleground for all classes of live stock that will meet at the various State Fairs and eventually have su premacy definitely settled at the great International Show at Chicago In order to thoroughly care for the un paralleled live stock display the Blue- Grass Fair Association has leased ten acres of additional ground Immediately adjoining the beautiful plant of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association and has erected thereon suitable buildings for the housing of catth sheep and hogs mid a poultry houseIExhibitors therefore be looked after in a manner as thoroughly cred itable as they deserve Every depart ment of the big fair will be nlong un- parallel lines The poultry show anal the floral hill will be equal in tlisfrj way to the great display of live stock and the programm carnival and amusement attractions mo3 extensive and of higher class tlren was ever before attempted by a fair In the South has been provided Foremost among these attractions is the great Knabenshue Airship which will make dally ascents and there will be six teen free acts on the platform In front of the grandstand each afternoon and each night Among these acts are Spellmans performing bears and various trapese juggling casting high wire and nero batlc performers who are conceded to be leaders in their work The famous Kopp Military Band of Cincinnati will furnish the music The morning con cert will begin at ten oclock and the afternoon concert will continue until past five will also be a band concert IThere and a programme of free acts lasting for two hours Every railroad in the State offers a rate of half fares for the round trip to Lexington during the week of the fair and there will also be special trains to carry the crowds over a radius of one hundred miles Altogether the week promises to bathe most important in Lexingtons his tory and will witness by far the larg est crowd of outoftown people ever of the Blue GrassIi iI = = t The Louisville Herald to J Award 10000 in Prizes Monday July The Louisville Ditly Sunday and Weekly Herald Inausuriia a contest in which SlOouo In prizes will he awarded the women of Ken mid Indiana The plan adopted for awarding these Is the fairest con rind no element of luck jessing enters Into the algn Is to he conducted n lines and haveeveran equal opportunity to wrr whether she resides In LouIaTfTN town of much smaller size The Prizes The prizes offered by The Heralds art the most liberal ever given away by any newspaper In the South The capital prize of tho 10000 contest Is 1500 In cash This large amount of money wll 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 16666 per week for nine weeks Besides the capital prize there are two other grand prizes consisting of two 1007 model automobiles One of these chines 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 650 brand new with every modern Improve ment backed by the manufacturers and the local agent One of these machines will be awarded to a candidate In Louis 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 to automobile winners will be given choice of the ma contest Is divided Into twentyfive districts Each district will receive three prizes The first prIze In each district will be a free trip through the Eastern States Including visits to New York At lantic City Philadelphia Baltimore Washington Norfolk and the Jamestown Exposition Every cent of the expense cf the twentyfive tourists from the time home rfdthe return will bo borne by The One of these free trips will then be awarded to the candidate In each one of the twentyfive districts who secures the particularcorded candidates In one district has no bearing whatsoever upon the number of votes accorded candidates In other competitionrace an opportunity to win Hives eczema itch or salt rheum sets you Cant bear the touch of your clothing Doaus Ointment cures the most obstinate cases Why suffer All druggists sell It The second and third In each ins of true twentylive districts are a id watch and a business college scholar ship In the order named These prizes are In keeping with the main awards and those who secure these secondary premiums may rest assured that they have got fur value for the effort put forth is the contestHow 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 ConIst Department together with the yes of one or two reliable parties who the vicinity Another way to enter Is by clipping out a few coupons dally In The Herald filling and sending them to themConteitpirtmont of The Herald Loulsrllle Kyan inEverythis contest who Is aeky and be dearsSendto compete as the race or over a period of nine weeltsJAugust Get Votes Votes may be secured In The Heralu contest by clipping the coupons from the dally paper wnlch count as one vote and are only valid one week or by securlns 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 new six months subscription counts for 1000 votes and so on Full Information on this point may be learned by reading The Her aId or writing the Contest Department for J particularsEnter Now If you are eligible eitter this contest at once You may win the capital prize of 1500 In cash or a brand new 2000 automobile If you are not eligible enter the name of your wife mother sister friend mayIIIyou 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 om else 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 BIO BLUE GRASS FAIR INCORPORATED AT LEXINGTON KY OVERAug OVER 25000 6 Big 0aysIn25000 In Premiums Premiums KOPPS MILITARY BAND The Great Knabenshue Airship DAILY ASCENTS The Best and Most Extensive List of Free Attractions in the Country 16Thrilling Acts Each Oay16 For Preliminary Prize List and Catalogue address JOUETT SHOUSE Secretary Lexington Ky crazy 8 4genulnLaxativebe remedy that cured u cold In one day M URESRADICAL PRICE REDUCTIONSIf SHOES FURNISHING GOODS CLOTHESw i I ak The reason is that its time to clear out low shoes and summer furnishing goods And as a fitting climaxto by far the argest spring business weve ever had we propose to have the biggest sale weve ever had in these two t departments So weve hunted out every low shoe In the store and every hot weather furnishing goods andput prices on them low enough to make things hum It will pay you to come early if I JIl 1 SHOES Mens Oxfords S39S Regular 5 and 6 grades nearly all of them the famous Boyden makepatent vici and gun metal leathers in blucher and lace The finest low shoe known today vs Mens Oxfords 8289 sPractically every pair the notedu makethe longest wear andblucherBoys Shoes S249 About fifty pair ofvici and patent shoes light welt soles stylish lasts worth 9300 now 249 8164fb2 worth regularly 250 and 200 rednce to 199 and lt64 Every pair a wearer I S4oy Slippers Baby never had too many slippers Now heres the chance for a fresh an at sure enough cut prices And nearly evercolor ni the rainbowis represented Sizes 1 to 5 only JTl 60c value now 45c 60cJ I s now Childrens Slippers Sizes 8i to 2 Every pair marked down every style new this season Vici and patent leathers dainty slippers and long wearing oxfords Reduced as follows 125 value 99c 150 and 175 value 124 200 value 164 250 value 198 Womens Oxfords The choicest of this seasons styles go in this sale Turn and welt soles pumps blucher and lace styles patent vici gun metal leathers and a few tans Laird Schober Oxfords S398 The finest made and the most pleasing styles Patent and dull leathers worth 500 reduced to 398 Oxfords at S19 S The best of this seasons 250 styles including patent kids and vici leathers in light and heavy soles SPECIAL AT SlOO A PAIR About 200 pair of oxfordsnone larger than 3i worth from 2 to 350 a pair including patent kids and gray pink and blue 1canvass Not an assortment of sizes in any lot but a great variety of all sizes up to 3 White Canvass Oxfords at SlOO and S15O Worth 150 and 200 All styles and sizes 0000 FURNISHING GOODS 41mI Underwear at S198 a SuitfAll fan underwear in i asfi plete range of sizes worth 1250 and 83 a suit reduced to 198 a suit Athletic Underwear Reduced The demand for these goods has been wonderful Made of nain sook sleeveless shirts and knee drawersit is comfort personified this hot weather 100 snits now SOc h 200 suits now 150 k25o AygijAll It k to a mans appearance its a light vest i off on all of themWr7tiMJ llljai iVi1 SHIRTSSo f This is the greatest shirt store in central Kentucky Nows your 4chance to buy at very low prices Sale of White Negligees Weve got too many white negligees so weve gotten together at lot of about 30 dozen at the following reductions I200 white negligees 150 150 white negligees 115 100 white negligee SOc i Pleated bosom 100 white shirts not included v Colored Shirts Manhattan you cant buy them elsewhere at any price and Wilson Bros in this sale Plain and pleated bosom cuffs attached and t detached 200 negligees now 150 lj50 negligees now 115 S100About worth 150 and 200 Special lot at 1 eachII NECKWEAR HALF PRICE BELTS HALF PRICE r i All belts and all 50c neckwear except solid blacks and white at just half price O50c Fancy Sox 35c three pairs 100 l to 35c Fancy Sox 20c pair 1 STRAW HATS HALF RICEIThe remainder of our straw hats at IIi Mens Suits at Less Than Half Price 10 4 For Suits 25- e About 100 suits in this lot IPricesi f R K McClure SonsINCORPORATED r w l it i