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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l OUTiI GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS SI 00 In Advance I YOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY AUGUST 1907 No 45 FRANKFORTS PROGRESSIVE rGEORGEUKAIKH COtx PHILLIPS CANT Sewtionsand Country Produce 43 Bridge St South SideNo 510 all Try ConvincedjPhones 11 Have you a Gas Stove If not KODAKSIJ10th at once and save manta I Laundrylighton price us for a perfect t at EtectrieEBNERJune 15Oin cofporntcdjunol56mwrw- In Addition to The South Side Meaty Market LAUNDRY LUMBERThe Best Beef Lamb teal and I do SmokedtheSnu All work called for and Fish ia Sewned E CL NELL Agent Officeand223 StClair St up stairs j156m June 56m June 15fim NEVILLE LUNSI iiiht ThemPLUMBINGWhen in neodof firstclass lieI rKratzel 219 Broadway St old sanitary work call make to order any kind of will not affect us W ystic t ts Whitehe1 104 St c or Boot at reasonable and always will sell kn g but tt heady at all blues Liquors of- hotesl0 alrlShoe of all kinds neatlyStraightthe mostsuitto juno to IiiSm Do not forget his numberGEU sENDER f Clair anklort lcu GOIDD8nyN MILLER THE TAILOR s FO oingfiet Phones 80 aud 89 asst and best equipped 905 Main St Opp Capital Hotel Plain anie State juno 16Om juno 15Iin ncy 4T VOGLER Interior Decorating yt IJObci I a gentWI TRY Country Produce a Specialty JOHN W GAYLE Staple anti Fancy Groceries Tailor and Gentlemans Fur Fruits and VegetablesUilhcr and Hatter Cleaning Pressing h Both Phones Cor 2nd t Bridge Main and Street Repairing a Specialty Old Phone IThe roundabout Gmjuncj CHOATEVILLE HONOR ROLL The following names are the pupils who were on the honor roll for the week ending August 9th Lena Piece iiollie Peters Nellie Richardson Mary Denton Goldie Pierce John Denton Louise Richard son Emily Richardson IDA SPICER SEMONES Teacher f rcBjIEAKS A RIB Mrs Jl S Byrnes a sister of Mrs John E Miles of Lexington attend ed the mnVrlage of her niece to Prof A M Wilso on Saturday While a- rcg some floral decorations for the house Mrs Byrnes slipped and fell her side striking upon a flowerpot breaking a rib Surgical attention was at once rendered Beyond suffer ing considerable pain Mrs Byrnes is doing very nicely- RGULARAS 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 JIof the liver aud bowels when regu lifted with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed by all druggists Price 25 cents r BAD ACCIDENT While at work on a scaffold at the residence of Mr John R Sower on will inson street on Monday Mr Jas r Gordon a tinner had the misfortune to have a ladder slip from under him throwing him with his side on the granitoid pavement breaking three ribs so that one of thorn protruded from the side Dr N 11 Garrett was called and removed the splinter of rib from his lJ side and adjusted the fracture Mr Gordon was doing as well as could be expected at last accounts 4 J c f x t OFFICER PROSTRATED BY SE VERE HEATI Officer Jos B Hamilton was prostrates by heat caused by a long chase after a drunken man on Sunday morn ing last He was unconscious for ser eral hours He is doing as well as could be expected now STILL THEY ARISE Petitions were granted at the meet ing of the City Council on Monday night for the erection of ten more houses in various parts of the city A very large number had already been erected or were in process of building and the end is not yet 1 LABOR DAY NATIONAL HOLIDAY By executive proclamation Monday September 2las been made a legal holiday 61 the President for all em ployes of the government and laborers who are employed by the day oLOUISVILLE COMMERCIAL CLU VISITS CAPITAL IY An excursion train bearing thev Louisville Commercial Club en route to the Blue Grass Fair passed through this city on Wednesday morn ing The train stopped here lon enough for the crowd to visit the new capital The crowd numbered about 750 Ah r BAMMOID a cof p ly Sell Lumber Shingles Sash Ioors Flaldwalc Paint and the besthWall Planer ly Made0vP Wilkinson St Frankfort Kyr i y tr t j tit k t t1 f1 1 SNEW SKIRTS Beautiful Styles We fire showing some elegant now style Panama and Voile Skir- tsPanamas z at 5 650 750i These are made of nice quality Panama and are l beautifully designed They are wonderful values Voile Skirts X10 1250 15 magnificentVoileplaits and silk bands NEW BELTS 25c and 50c NEW LACE COLLARS AND TURN OVER COLLARS 15c AND 25c KMNBROi t NO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY l 4t yP iililil large part of it went to the grounds of the new capital where short speeches were delivered and an spection of the building entered upon Col Geo B Harper president of the Business Mens Club and Gov Beckham difl the honors Responses were made by Mayor R W Bingham and Mr R S Brown The train was late and remained here only about an hour Owing to the freight wreck near Lexington the train did not pass here on the return trip until after midnight FLAG FORK The tobacco men have about all de livered their 190C crop at the pool thisBcrop Mr Henry Hulette of Hemp Ridge his brother Mr J C Hulette and family on last Saturday and Sun day Miss I Florence Woodside who begun isgnow at home very It hoped- SHe may soon recover and continue school IlIs8 Mary Hulette attended church at Pleasant Ridge Sunday with her friend Mr Sam North and sister Miss Elizabeth NOlthIMr Wesley McQuIllen and wife of Bagdad attended church Sunday at Pleasant Ridge Rev C M Benight preached an excellent sermon on the subject Anti the common people heard him glad He did not begin the protracted services as was hoped on account of his wifes illness but we are very to Know she is recovering and she will soon be well Bro Be night is a good preacher and is great loved by the people of Pleasant Ladies Aid Society meets again Saturday evening at Lebanon at oclock Every ore interested Is in ited to attend LostA young man who lived near Lebanon Church who called on Miss Hulette If found and taken to Mr J Hulettos the finder will receive a Miss Myrtle North and parents via ited her cousin Miss Susie Slattery and parents Sunday last BLACK EYES r II ssI BOAT HOUSE AND LAUNCH GdYTO BOTTOM OF RIVER The boat house and launch of Mr Henry F Lindsey went to the bottom at their mooring on the South Side on Wednesday A pontoon upon which the boatIhouse rested on the nprth side was stove in by some unknown cause and carried both house and launch to ther I bottom The boats were raised shortly after their ducking The launch was un hurt The pontoon was repaired and all is well Illafree To show you first before you spend a penny what my Pink Pain Tablets can do I will mail you free a trial package of themDr Shoops Headache fabIlets euralgia Headache Toothache Period pains etc are due alone to blood congestions Dr Shoops Head ache Tablets simply kill pain by coax ing away the unnatural blood pres sure That is all Address Dr Shoop Racine WIs Sold by all drug gists m STUCK NAIL IN FOOT Judge W H Sneed had the misfor trtSundayseveral days He Is having considera ble suffering and trouble BACK TO PEN FOR LIFE Duck Johnson who was sent to the Pen some ten years since for tho killing of Harry Mordecai for life was paroled last February by the efforts of Mr John C Mastln the fann ing Implement merchant Last week Johnson got in bad in tho classic precincts of Craw and was arrested and fined for fighting and having a concealed weapon on s board On Tuesday the Prison Board issued an order for Johnsons reincarceratlou in the Prison to spend the rest of his life Another illustration of what wino and women will do for a man Sipco his release Johnson had worked very steadily and acceptably for his old employer Hut could not stand the temptations of Craw 4 4t iII u WEITZELS LOT SALEItIiiJr Uo Ill l atcl1JJ io i E1IJ 1f = 0H DIII M Leroy Choate left Tuesday for Atlantic City Mrs Adele Gaines Tanner has gone to Waukesha Wis Mrs Wm E Bradley and sons are at Macklnac Island Miss Lulie Price visited friends In Georgetown this week Mr Will McKee of Chicago was in the city on Tuesday Miss Bertha Umethun is visiting t friends at Lewisport Rev T F Taliaferro visited friends at Eminence this week Mr Frank Chinn has returned from a trip to Massachusetts Gen N B Hays left Saturday for his old home at Plneville Mr W B OConnell and wife have gone to Atlantic City N J Judge T J Nunn left yesterday for Georgetown and Lexington fit ltl7JiWt L Joifuso JofA rson IDtri county was here this week Esq W W Darnell and wife have gone to Louisville to reside Mrs D B Walcott and children are- visiting relatives at Lakeland Miss Annie Coleman has gone to Atlantic City and Jamestown Mr Jas B West returned froom Eastern Kentucky on Monday Miss Sara Vaught attended Kava naugh Camp Meeting this week Mr W H Hoge wife and children have returned from Estill Springs Mr Jos Rupert and wife attended the Blue Grass Fair on Thursday Mr Gus Lafontaine made a busi ness trip to Somerset on TuesdayI Mr John G Rogers made a busi ness trip to Lexington this week Mr W A Howard wife and daugh ter returned Saturday from Canada Mr F W Austin wife and daugh tei k left Thursday for Mt Holly N J Mrs Sam Thomas and daughters have returned fro a trip to the moun talus Mrs John D Sallee and daughter wont to Lexiington to spend the t Campbell Johnson visited friends in Indianapolis Ind this Edgar Harris has gone to Mt Carmel Ills where he has a fine positionMr French Hoge wife and chil dren have returned from Estill Springs Mr TM West of Irvine was the guest of his brother Capt Tf West this week Col R C Crenshaw and daugh ter have returned from a visit to Lexington Mrs Tas H Sower and daughter of Lawrenceburg are visiting rela tives here Mr Earl Rogers and Mr W A Howard left Thursday for Atlantic City N J Dr J S Coleman left Wednesday for a two weeks stay at Macknlac Island Mich Mr O C Kenney wife and daugh 1r JIIIIf ter Miss Verlie have gone to Atlantic City N J Miss Ida Roberts was the guest of Miss Lucille Savage in Lexington this week Mrs R S Crowe of Beattyville Is the guest of Rev Wm Crowe Campbell street Miss Roberta Trumbo is the guest of her sister Mrs 11 F Wood in LexingtonMr Donaldson and daughter Miss May left Saturday for Cleve land Ohio Mr Richard K McClure Jr left Tuesday ifor Kansas City MJo to visit frlen sIMiss Cornelia Payne of Newport is the guest of Mrs T F Taliaferro Shelby street Mrs Jennie T Cardwell visited her mother Mrs Jane Todd In Louis vine this week Miss Ella Stephens who has been at Atlantic City and Jamestown has titvntUhomer Mr L Labrot and wife have returned from a visit to their son Mr Sylvester Labrot Mrs A W Overton has returned from a visit to her old home at Fred erick Hall Va Mr Elwood Hamilton went to Georgetown Thursday morning on legal business Miss Genevieve Posey is the guest of her cousin Miss Emeline Willis at Nicholasvllle Miss Alma Mlles of Indianapolis jlnd attended the Wilson Miles wed umg on Saturday IIIIs Walter G Chapman and chil dren are guests of Mr Thos G Chap man at Bowling Green Mr Lindsey Shea of Cincinnati who has been visiting friends here has returned home Miss Annie Ward and Miss Hattie Martin of St Louis Mo are guests of Mrs A D Martin Mr John J McGurck wife and daughter left Saturday for their old home in Lexington Mrs Mary Feeney of Madison Ind attended the BarlowHeise wed ding on Wednesday Mr John M Scott of Louisville was the guest of his mother Mrs W T Scott Sunday Misses Cecil and Louise Phillips of Dapville are guests of Mr AC VanWinkle and wife Mrs Sallie R Thomas has gone to New York City to purchase her stock of millinery and notions Mr G RUB Hughes and Mr J P Noonan left Saturday for a fishing trip in the Canada lakes Mr 1 P Barlow Sr and wife of Louisville attended the BarlowHeise wedding on Chas 1 Clark of Louisville spent Sunday here the guest of his niece Miss Annie Herndon Misses Rachel and Frances Settle returned Tuesday from n visit to relatives at Bowling Green Miss Joan Reddish of Somerset who has been the guest of relatives here has returned home Col John P Chinn of Harrods H V F4- J V1J l4 burg was the guest of his son Mr J Morgan Chinn this week Mrs Moses R Glenn and children have returned from a visit to their old home at Central CftrIMrs Sallie Newton and daughter Miss Eliza are guests of Iwr Jos R Newton in Chicago Ills Miss Nellie McEwing of Beach mont Is the guest of her mother Mrs Sam McEwing Broadway v Dr Paul B Weitzel of Lexington spent Sunday here the guest of his father Cot Louis Weitzel 1IrW H Posey and Mr John W Rodman returned Saturday from their fishing trip to Canada Miss Ruth Hall and Miss Laura Hall of Lexington attended the Wil son Miles wedding Saturday Dr Mary Boyd of Cincinnati who has been2tiie guest Qf Mr W W Longmbor Ifas returned home i Mrs RB M Colvin of Falmouth who has been tile guest of Rev T FTaliit3r 1 home Prof P Paul ATITOWin and Miss Virginia Anderson of Lexington at tended the Wilson Mlles Vedding Miss Bernice Scottow oi Louisville was the guest of her p rents Mr W J Scottow and wife Sunday Mr John P Hanley attended the funeral of his old chum Mr Jas J Fitzgerald in Louisville Sunday Rev R L McCready the beloved preacher of Crescent Hill Louisville visited relatives here this week Miss Vella Scottow is the Miss Ruth Taylor daughter of Rev1 Dr W C Taylor at Petersburg VaIMiss Mollie Berryman and Miss Edith Posey are guests John W Berryman of Versailles Miss Bailey pf Washington City who has been the guest of Mrs C G Mutenburgh has returned home Dr C A Fish who has been spending his vacation at his old home in Garrard county came home Satur day Dr O B Gayle of Falmouth who was the guest of his brother Dr J W Gayle returned home on Satur day Mr Geo A Lewis of this office and wife spent Sunday with Mr B Todd Crutcher and family in the John B Lindsey and daughter Miss Lilian have gone to Tryon N C to visit Mr W T Lindsey and J L Sandifer of East Burn stadt came in on a delayed train on Wednesday night to visit his wife hereMr M K Yonts of Louisville who has been the guest of Judge T H Paynter and wife has returned Jos R Newton and daughter of Chicago Illsl who have been guests of relatives here have gone C M Norris of Louisville spent several days with his family here last week leaving for home on Annie Thomas and nieces s irjJf j Lot 50c Shirt Waists 39c Lot 75c Shirt Waists 59c Lot 100 Shirt Waists 89o Lot 125 Shirt Waists 08c Lot 150 Shirtwaists 119 Lot 200 Shirt Waists L50 Lot 250 Shirt Waists 200 Lot 500 Shirt Waists 398 Lot Wash Skirts 9Sc Lot Corsets 29c Lot Dress Skirts 379 Lot Misses Dress Skirts 2 98 Lot 25c and 35c Organdies I9c Lot Pure Linen Handker chiefs 15c Lot Tailored Suits 598 Lot Tailored Suits r 69b Lot Remnants less than cost Lot Ladies Hose lOco Lot Ribbon lOcoLot New Fall Ginghams lc Dont fail to attend our Lot Snle Call and get Ladies Book Freer IIomej YIFIIAE J vvEIr4t Ji1 PERSONAL Wednesday- Mr Journal LAST cALL1J The great cut prevailing on Silks and Dress Goods will continue specialtyBeltsDont miss them Table Linens Towels and Napkins at Cut Sale FRJIIEENEYs i IValue JOHN DRJSCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer Ilhe Pioneer Dealer in Grade Kentucky Hand Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRISCOLLt216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky rl slr r r Dr Weavers Syrup Puiiei the blood t Cerate ointment for the aklD KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery Fug I1100OLDS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNOTROUBL- ESGUARANTEED BATIBFAOTOR- OR MONEY REFUNDED Misses Ellen Emily and Annie Thomas left Weunesday for Atlantic City N Master James Roberts son of Mr Grant L Roberts visited his uncle Col Sam T Roberts in Lexington this week Mr Lan on A Thomas Ji of Augusta Ga is the guest of his grandmother Mrs Ellen Thomas on Wash ington street Mr Garrard Rodman of Oklaho ma who has been the guest of his mother Mrs Guy Barrett has re turned home r Jean Bradford Frazier of l11rs who has been the guest Continued from page 8 I SWilM f tI 2di f tSt fl1lYti 50 YEARS- EXPERIENC JI E TRADE j COPYIlIGHTS Dt3QNS RKSnAnyone sending a sketch and Onrquickly our opinion froo whether nu patentnbla Communlcjv lions RtrlctlycOUOdonlhll on Patents foatontst A Scientific Rm rianhandsomely Illustrated weekly Largest clr culatlon of any eclontlUo journal Terms e nowsdealorsFUNN tBrancr F at Washington DIgReduced Rates TO Louisville KysVIA Queen Crescent Route t One fare plus 25 cents for 4k the round trip Tickets on sale August 19th to 20th good returning August 25th Ask Ticket Agents for parIticulars July 27tdl1I1 1 k- iitMi d Il i O Itl I AUGUST SPECIALScL J Wash Suits Sale SuitsDross Goods for School Crex Porch Rugs Dresses5OEmbroidery Trimmed Suits for fine quality material 100050c Mitt Suitings 35c 18x36 Rugs 50c 250 2500 Black or Blue Voile or Remnants in desirable 1000 Sheer Lawn Princess Panama Suits 150030x60Rugs 8100 Styles for 500 One lot Blue and Grey Suits3Gs72 Rugs loO tl1 1250 to 1500 for j S kwor L awns54x90 Rugs 300 500 ald 650 Grey or TanLetlunsSkirts 375 15c Lawns lOc 9x12 Japanese Matting Rugs lOcr25cDOO 11r I rl d FARMER SJ 1IY1- f PERSONALS Continuon from page 2 I bf Mrs John W Rodman left Mon day for home I Mr and Mrs Robt Settles of Mt Sterling were In the city Wednes day to attend the funeral of Mr M B McKinney Miss Ruth Bryan of Lexington who has been tHe1 guest of Miss Jen nle Gaines Clinton street has re turned home fcMrs Harry Suter and Miss Belle er of Indianapolis Ind are ts of Sheriff R C HIeatt and South Side Lena Kirtley and Miss Nellie nsmith who have been guests B W C Utterback In Lexington iseWeturned home M D Coke Miss Jessie Coke = arid Ji I D Coke Jr of Louisville t canWWednesday to the funeral r 1 ot Mr B McKinney f4 i w jrence Bridgeford of Avon daief r who has been the guest j f i V Juas lr TfiMcraVnirl andc family lias returned home Rev B A Penick wife and chil dren of Tuscaloosa Ala were guests of Gen Fayette Hewitt and sister Mrs Virgil Hewitt this weeka Mr Owen Canty who has been at the State Council of the Y M I at Owensboro has returned home He was elected Grand Secretary Mr Chas J Weltzel and wife are visiting the eastern cities While away they will buy the fall stock for his big dry goods house v Mr Carl Ivagin returned Sunday I form New York City where he purr chased the full stock for the big 4 goods stores of C Kagin Bros Ji try J Walker Crossfleld and bride 1 from their bridal trip on afternoon and have taken i t rooms with Mrs Sam Parrent Sec ond street 4 Dr L M Scott of Jelllcb Tenn was the guest of Col Jas A Scott this week at his camp Indian Rock Miss Lottie of Versailles were In the 1city on Saturday p i Rev Dr lI B Adams came over i r from Mason county on Saturday and at the Baptist Church on rWrSundar returning to Mason county Monday evening yr1 1tPlof T Limlsey Blayney and fait lily who have been guests of his r brother Mr J M Blayney In St jt Louis Mo have been guests of rela iA tives here this week Mrs Geo W Lewis and son AlI rbert of Louisville who have been of Mrs W C Phythlan at Leestown for two weeks returned home on Friday Mr James Dabney of Louisville one of the Business Mens Club who went to Lexington Wednesday made us a pleasant call while the train stopped here Col A B Hammond of this city has been selected as one of the Vice Presidents of the big Taft Meeting which will be held at the Auditorium in Lexington on Thursday August 22 Judge J S Morris and Mr N Lind say South who haave been practicing law as a firm have dissolved partner ship and will each go It alone although their offices will remain in tile same building Col E Polk Johnson of Louisville spent several hours in the city on Monday shaking hands with old friends while en route to the re union of Morgans Command at Parks Hill Nicholas county Rev J A Mahoney and family of New Orleans La were guests of his brotherinlaw Mr Gray McLean this week and Mr Mahoney preached an able sermon at the First Baptist Church on Sunday night to a large audienceMr Smith the noted violin ist who has been spending his va cation with his mother in this city leaves today for a visit to Staunton Va Washington City and other points He will tour British Amer ica and California with his company this season Mr John 1 McGurck has sold his Ice cream saloon and restaurant to Mcssrs Adam Goncilla and with his family has returned to Lexington to live Johnnys host of friends here regret to give him up but rejoice to know that he has a fine and much more lucrative position in Lex ington s Mr Hord Brown who has been living in New York City but who was forced to leave there on account of his health and who has been the guest of hjs mother Mrs Orlando Brown left Saturday for nveDeDne Brown left Saturday for Denver Col where he has accepted a good positionJudge Harmon Stitt and son of Paris spent Monday In this city The Judge was exhibiting a hole in his hat made by a ball fired irom a pistol in the hands of the little fellow who being taunted by the Jitdge with not being able to shoot showed him how rear he could come to the top of his head without breaking the skin REST MADE EASY There Will be Less Sleeplessness When Frankfort People Learn This Cant rest at night with a bad back A lame a weak or an aching one Doans Kidney Pills are for bad backs r They cure every fornuof kidney ills They are endorsed by Frankfort people Mrs Ca V Webber pt426 High St Frankfort Ky says The dragging down pains in the small of my back were terrible At night I suffered most and fairly dreaded to go to bed for the aching after IM jay down was really more than I cpuU endure I could hardly lie on my back at all and If I attempted to turn to either side sharp twinges caught me in the small of my back and as a result I have lain awake for Hours suffering torture and arose in the morning1 aa- more tired than when retired There was also a weakness of the kidneys the secretions being1Irregular and distressing which had bothered me ever since I was a cWkl Not until I learned of Doans Kidney Pills and procured a box at J W Gayles drug store was I able to find anything that would give me relief The use of this remedy gradually lessened the aching rejrreshlnggreatly relieved As a result my became considerably better healthI had been for months before I menced the use of Doan s Kidney PillsFor sale by all dealers Price 50 BUffalojNew take no otheriFELL THROUGH 0 SEWER CAP As the horse of the Rupert Grocery Co was being led to their wagon to bE1 hitched up after the rain on Thursday it stepped on the top of the sew er which slipped to one side precipi tating the hind quarters of the tnt mal Into the sewer After considera ble work It was finally rescued and was not very seriously hurt although bruises SPLENDID RAIN I On Thursday shortly after one oclock this city and vicinity was vis ited by a splendid rain which continued to pour down for more than an hour All nature was refreshed and smiled again To deum laudamus jL1OLD TAYLORJ t THE PREMIER 4 J I oj J KENTUCKY WHISKEYJj i mE H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors rFrankfort Kentucky I t fl Yi itt L 1 It aar1 t t t rft i iP arsowewwlwtllM X7WASa dmr 4K llp rtswi ywreity14Mnwd J w + r r + r r w rateat w ADVERTISED LETTERS The following Is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frank fort Ky postofce for the week end ing Saturday August 18 Brim Miss Cara Bucker Robt E Banks Lucy Clark Mrs One Lee Cuphers G Chenault John Dougherty Miss EsteH Duncan Less V Davis Myrtle Mrs Geo V IDunlap Chas Roy Gaines Mrs R W Hanna Ca HlHarrod Lee Hardwick James Horn Miss Ruth Ingle Wath Jones R B 7 Kinningv Davis v Katy Eouis jt Kidson Miss Bertha Lawrence E S v Latta Brow C Murphy Thomas Marten Joe V Palmer J E I Robinson Miss Blanche Saterfield Mrs S J Scoll R xL 0 C jStagg Arthur Chas H Taylor John Wall Ohrlss Walker B T Williams Hugh Yearhart James When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised GEO IJ BARNES P M Net constitpationipromote digestion and appetite and easy passages of the bowels Ask your druggist for them 25 cents a box I25 CINCINNATI AND RETURN VIA 0 D Va Flv UNI V AUGUST 18 SPECIAL TRAIN Leaving frankfort 700 A MASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS S4 I rt N iii rtxM Yr wFsn lrwa n nm1 BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and at 9 and 11 p m Leave Paris every hour from 6 a in to 7 p m and 10 p in Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 6 30 a m to 730 pm and at 9 and 11 p m Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from 610 a m to 815 p m and at 10 p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 6 d m to 6 p m and at 9 and 11 p m Leave Versailles very hour from 645 a m to 645p In and at 815 and 10 p m E T Phone 610 Home Phone 174 R T GUNN Manager 2tfTwo DAIF 1 TRAINS From ouiavill to CHICAGO c VIA Leaving 10th Stand Broadway 806 a m 821 pm Pribate Compartment Pullmans ON SIGHT TRAINS Connections fo- rCALIFORNIA and tbe Mining Forestry andFarming including Canadian Provinces o t tbe- Wet and North Terms and Tim Tabls on application H BACON District Passenger Agent IEo LOUISVILLE CIILAHtfiWY7aYleK VJiI1TYIT7Mff l Low Round Trip Rates I To Colorado California j Washington and Oregon 1 Henderson Route FROM LOUISVILLE KY SUMMER TOURIST On Sale Daily Until Sept isth Return Limit October 31 Igo- DENVER 7 G341U 0 COLORADPU- EBLti1ALOS ANGELES SAN FRANCISCO UJlOtiBd PORTLAND HOMESEEKERS On Sale every first and third Tuesdays in each month Return limit 21 and 3odays TO 1OINTH 1ST ARIZONA ARKANSAS NEW KEIIICO OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY 1 I TEXAS JCANSAS AND UTAH Write Us tar Rates 7 H GALLAGHER TPA L J mWINGVc Louisville Ky xculsville Kam i July 75t ITiiiiI bar toW P SCOTT I 86tf Farmers Bank Building a J 1 J TtiBFranlcfDrtRQunilaDDUt Entered at the iiostotllcc tit Frankfort Ken tucks ns 9ecoad c1a s inaihiblc matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT AUGUST 17 1907 r OUR INVARIABLE RULE It is our INVARIABLE RULE tha all communications in order to obtain publication in our paper shall be ac companied by the name of the author not for publication but so that we may matte authority for anything appearing In our columns This is es pecially the case where the matter contained in the communication is ot such a character as likely to produce controversyWe had several communica tions lately that contained matter that was good and had the author given his name we would have published same But owing to this fact they were consigned to the waste bas x ket We would call especial attention to this just now for many reasons but this is enough ATTENTION CITY AUTHORITIESI A number of the best citizens of South Shelby street request us to call the attention of the city author ties and the City Engineer to tile condition of that street from Todd street south It has been cut up s badly by the heavy hauling to the new capital grounds that it is almost impossible for any kind of vehicle ex cept the heaviest and strongest wag onsThings have gotten in such bad shape that the dairymen are refusin to deliver milk to the housekeepers onlykn hardship as there are quite a num- her of infants who are dependent upon them for sust hance I Have it attended to t NARROW ESCAPE OF STRRET CAR i goingdr iJ4the track just after entering time st 9 I Abrd e If rtn aatnstn heavy beam on the side of the foot t 1ifwalk on the west side of the bridge and swept it away then running F against two steel uprights of the bridge was brought up by them Otherwise it would have jumped to the rocky shore of the river some twenty or twentyflve feet below No one of the passengers or crew was hurt the car but slightly damaged and traffic was soon resumed Manager Sallee thinks some qbstruc tion was placed on the track which j caused the car to perform the circus actAs the grade is pretty heavy extra power is always turned on as the cars make the rise to the center of the bridge A GOOD ORDINANCE The City Council has adopted for the first time an ordinance forbidding minors to loaf about or enter saloons under a penalty of from 10 to 20 t sfine is as it should be and if it hau been the law long ago many a fine boy would have been spared from a drunkards grave ORPHAN BRIGADE TO MEET AT GLASGOW The meeting place for the famous Orphan Brigade C S A has been f fixed at Glasgow Barren county the home of its last commander the late a Gen Jos H Lewis The date will he on Saturday Sep tember 21st THElE Reports from all parts of the con n try show that the past season h undoubtedly been characterized by a more extensive planting of forest trees than any previous year in the United States The work is pro grossing very favorably in every State In the Union It has been most extensive in Call fornia in the great Middle West and the New England States But event Iin the South where planting has bee more or less limited because of ex sting natural forests the scope of the work has greatly broadened The trees planted have been mainly hardwoods Several large nurserymen however report greater sales of con fers for forest planting than they have ever made before In the die West catalpa black locust Osage orange and Russian mulberry were the favorite trees in the North and northeast preference was given to white pine chestnut larch and spruce and in the South the native conifers held the lead and in California where the immense annual planting area has been increased to at least five times its former size eucalyptus had practically a monopoly A few figures readily show the value of forest planting from a commercial standpoint In Pawnee county Nebr a year old catalpa plantation gave a net return of 15217 per acre at the time the plantation was cut This meant an annual profit of 624 per acre A 10yearold plantation of the same species in Kansas showed a net aoother plantation in Nebraska gave a net income of 17050 per acre when 14 years old which amounts to an annual income of 869 per acre Several equally striking cases could be cited throughout the entire Middle whenge othesanaesesential for success with this tree Osage orange has been known to produce as high at 2640 firstclass posts and 2272 second class posts pe acre and it is well understood that no posts are better than those of Osage orangeerLand producing such a forest as this could hardly be put to a better use since timber is the easiest of all crops to raise and from now on will inter go begging for a market Ref cedar in plantations 25 years old has reached a value of 20054 per acreoEuropean larch used for fence posts or telephone posts reaches an average value of 200 to 300 White pine plantations 40 years old have exceeded a value of 300 per acre and it is known that the eucalyptus even when grown for fuel alone can compete as to profits with oranges- It does not take a lifetime to ge results Catalpa often reaches a post size in from eigJit to ten years and will give service as a post for from fifteen to forty years Osage orange which reaches post size in from twelve to fifteen years usually lasts longer than catalpa Black locust though badly affQcted by the borer In some regions grows about as fas as the catalpa and has almost the same post value while it has the great advantage over catalpa of being able to thrive on poor land larch reaches a size suitable for tele phone poles In twentyfive years When treated with preservative It will then last from fifteen to twenty five years Eucalyptus makes a very heavy yield of fuel in seven years and the crop should nearly always b cut before ten years On favorable sites white pine will make saw timber in from forty to sixty years Already the demand for the timber of this tree shows conclusively that the investment will undoubtedly prove very profitableIn region of the United States there is at least one forest tree and generally there are several forest trees which can be planted with a OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO +oooog 8Consumption is less deadly than it used to be VV 0 Certain relief and usually complete recovery A 6will result from the following treatment gHope rest fresh air andScottJ Emulsion f gALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 1OO N 00000+0000000000000000s i tjL complete assurance of commercial success the plantation is properly established and given proper care The government has made a very careful study of most of the forests plantations in the United States Its publications on tree planting may bo had free of charge upon applica tioln to the Forest Service U S Department of Agriculture Washing Cr on which they were based were made especially for the benefit of the farmers and other own ers and to prevent the waste of many- n thousands of dollars annually lost by planting the wrong forest trees or by improper care of plantations From the manner in which our natu ral timber has been cut it Is clear that each region will have to be made as nearly self suppo tiug In timber growth as possible The lesson of 1t11C past Is that the right forest trees grown in the right way will bring a big profit CHOATEVILLE Delayed Letter Mr Boone Hamilton called on his best girl Miss Jessie Pierce Sunday evening Miss Ellis Peters is visiting her cousin Miss Violette in Shelby coun ty Mr John Walter spent Sunday with Mr Gus Dean and family Mr Chester Dennis called on his best girl Miss Mary Richardson Sun day Mr Roscoe Sudduth spent Sunday night with Mr Henry Showalter There will be a large reward given returnnMr John Chambers I suppose you somelwherebest girl Miss Christine Weber Sun day Mr Roscoe Sudduth spent Sunday night with Mr Gus Dean and family Mr Robert Wade called on his best gIrl Miss Emma Dennis Sunday Miss Goldie Sudduth spent a few hours Sunday evening with Miss Tes sic Pierce- Mr Barry Pierce and new girl Miss Mary McNamara attended Beach Ridge Church Sunday evening Now Barry theToad is open to you Mr Wren Hamilton spent a few hours Sunday night with Mr Gus Dean and family Mr Pat CJoieman of Frankfort and best glrIJ1 aEdna Harrod of Louis ville will attend the ice cream supper tonight Mr Henry Showalter and Mr Barry Pierce spent a few hours with Mr Gus Dean and family Monday evening Miss Edna Harrod of Louisville is the guest of Miss Lucille Walter In Frankfort this weekILet us all try and attend the Ice Ladiesttonight XMAS THE LIMIT OF LIFE The most eminent medical scienj tists are numerous in the conclusion that the generally accepted limitation thetattainment possible with the advanced knowledge of which the race is now possessed The critical period that benbetween 50 and 60 the proper care of the body during this decade can not be too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Natures best helper after 50 is Electric Bittters the scientific tonic medicine that re bodyeGuaranteed by all druggists Price 50 centsSTREETCAR JUMPS TRACK Another street car jumped the track at the north end of the St Clair street bridge on Wednesday night at the same place the accident occurred Saturday evening The cur smashed the wooden side rail and was only stopped by the steel uprights of the bridge Motorman Polsgrove and a colored man by the name of Martin Boyd were bruised up but not serlouslrI ARM BROKENI While a bicycle on Monday DIlnc1wlsnue breaking his left arm at the elbow Surgical attention was rendered and the lad is doing as well as could be expected Iiiiitt I Pleas nt t04t keJ11 b 1 Laxative I Syrupe 1I k t NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor r- And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are r ItlriOlmalare irritating to the intestines f Vegetable about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nanseousness Bloated Feeling etcIYour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25e AND SOc PER BOTTLlJ Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers tScythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheeltoorr owsA Thresher MachIne Oil 5 rT JtJ l t Tarpaulins Id- Monkey Wrenches f Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK GI STAGGI Hardware Paints Oils Etc iMachine HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY y Dealers in 1 and Repairers of i Machinery and Machine Supplies of All Kinds It Both New and Secondhand 1 WE HAVE FOR SALE Six horse Power Portable Engine and Boller IiTenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Nine horse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burri200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONES t i 2 y t aiiI f l Grips Grim Grasp Causgi DiseaseINot Lie On JCouldLeft Side Cure and 14Nervine Cured Me Mrs H R Jobe formerly of Birmingham Ala writes from Eldredge the same state vas follows It is with the greatest pleasure that I rec Ileartysufferer how much good they have done me fL LaGrippenot lie down for the mothering spells that would almost over oppressionron a long time I jot your Heart Cure and took three bottles no trouble now with my heart and rightFormerlya ous prostration I had tried so rem Iifcdies that I had clear out of heart of get vi anything that would help me The thatfadlt Nervineandk4person and my nerv ousness is all gone I never fail to recom sated it to others afflicted as I was hotiAddressDr SAD END OF A BRILLIANT CA REER The sad news came to this city on Saturday afternoon that Mr James JI Fitzgerald had passed away at his home in Louisville alter many months of suffering While many of us knew that Mr r Fitzgerald was dangerously Hi we Lstlll hoped that he might recover f But alas alas Cut down in the full of a sturdy and promising Byoung manhood just when he was iRaeeded most by his family and the Instate He was a brilliant but pains nuking lawyer Earnest honest up right We have known Mr Fitzgerald for many years and always found h1mIiithe same courageous and courteous ge leman We admired hUn for his ji ri3 mzmy flnequalities both of person and j J Jhnradter I iJi He leaves a young wife and three 1 children all girls In addition he leaves two brothers and twos sisters All of whom mourn an affectionate husband father and brother The funeral was held in Louisville on Monday last and was largely at tended by sorrowing friends STAMPING GROUND Mrs Dr Crutcnfleld and son are guests of relatives in Henry county Miss Alice Wilkerson of Cincinnati Is the guest of Miss Helen O Wilker son jf l Dr W P Salin and wife of O-wenIcounty are guests of Miss Varena Bourne 1Weregret to learn that our veteran merchant Mr A Ford was victimized by the pseudo agent of the Courier adagewed applies offPrescott are tives here t Mr Will Marston who Is cropping 1Wion Miss Bournes farm has sold his d corn and tobacco to Mr Iiil Olllo itlcFnrlancl and will moye to husllJK Riddle wife o Mr Sebree Riddle illged 25 years of puorpal fever She was a daughter or the late Mr Chas Blythe The funeral and burial took t place on Sunday at Maysville Announcement is made of the ape proaching marriage of Mr Join L a Hill and Miss IjSmma Wilson daughter of Mrs J W Wilson The marriage will take place Wednesday August 21 The groom is the oldest son of Mt Rev G W Hill t DiedIn Covington on Tuesday Miss Wade B McCurdy aged 21 I years The remains were brought hero Wednesday and the funeral and burl- al took place at Cedar Grove Ceme jtort Elder James Clark conducted ti the services he had baptized and received Into the church and preached the funeral of four sisters In the fami rMr H E Hurst who lives near Elkhorn threshed his crop ot wheat J t Jv about 400 bushels and left it at the yard August 1st On Sunday August I4 the grain was discovered to be on fire about noon More than half of it was destroyed and the balance so damaged as to be only good for feed The origin of the fire is Ut known Mr Wm H Settle brother of M John Settle of this place died In Bourbon county last week UNO RAPIDLY MATURING PLANS THe State Board of Agriculture Announces More Details of the Ken tucky State Fair to be Held in Louisville September 1621 The State Board of Agriculture which recently purchased the Douglas Park Jockey Club at Louisville Fair has not been able to close negotli dons because the Title Company em ployed to clear the title and guarantee it has found that a part of the land bought has been dedicated to public uses and therefore there maybe some trouble in closing the roadways at least there will be a delay of a few months In the meantime the board has asked the owners of Douglas Park to lease them the grounds for holding this years fall with the understanding that as soot as the title is cleared the property will be taken over by the State Board This Mr Cella has declined to do it is understood although there is a probability of the matter being ad justed within the next day or two The State Board is determined that will not take over the property un lit the title Is perfect This may mean the fair this year will be held at Downs where it was held last year instead of one the home grounds of the State Fair is was hopedUnder any circumstances the fair is certain to be held at Louisville on the dates mentioned and we are asked by the State Fair management to say to our readers that the plans made for the 5tate Fair are maturing rapidly and satisfactorily and that they can assure every Kentuckian that the fair will be the biggest ever held in the South in the way of ex hibits and departments in the way big amusement features in the way music and in the way of attend anceBall Bros of Woodford county are shotidng their faith in their horse Montgomery Chief In a most substantial way They are offering 250 in two special premiums for best 1907 foal of Montgomery Chief and for the best foal of any age of Montgomery Chief at the Kentucky State Fair ORDERED TO NAZARETH Sister Iary Lawrence Sister Superior of St Josephs Academy In this city has been ordered to report to Nazareth for duty She Is an accomplished lady anti will be greatly missed If You Read This medlIschools of practice recommend in the strongest terms possible each and every Ingredient entering Into the composition of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery for the euro of weak stomach dyspepsia catarrh of stomach liver complaint torpid liver or bowel affections and all catarrhal diseases of whatever region name or nature It is also a remedy for all such chronic vr long standing of catarrhal utlec dons and their resultants as bronchial throat and lung disease except consump tion accompanied with severe coughs It- Is not so for acute colds and coughs but for lingering or chronic cases it Is especially etllcacloti jn producing per fect cures It contains lllack rootiIeminent medical writers and teachers as Prof Bartholow of JetTerson Med Col lego Prof Harexn the Univ of Pa Pro Flnlo wood M D of Hen nett Med liege Chicago Prof John Kin M If of Cincinnati Prof John M Scudder t D of Cincinnati Prof Edwin MJHa4o M D of Ilahncmann Ned CpflcBd Chicago and scores of thcrscatfully eminent in their several hom n practice fn HnMnrLModJcal DlscDVerV Is the r icn t or c r ru sus or Iko a as an sac Ill es nin e t wer ore tan an Inarv est s pu Ilcity o ts ormuto Is tho best possible guaranty of its merits A at this formula will show that Golden Medical Discovery contains no poisonous harm or no alcohol chemically usedinsteadtlonable and bc a use In tho cure of all stomach as well as bron chlal throat and lung affections There is the highest medical authority for its use In ul such cases Tho naive a concentrated glyceric extract of medicinal roots and is safe and reliable A booklet of extracts from eminent medical authorities endorsing Its ingredients mailed free on request Address Dr R V Pierce r It will give pleasure show our present offerings and medium priced furniture the sort that both appropriate and durable And shall also glad you our liberal partial payment plana little time your income permits R ROGERS The concerts daily the Kentuck State Fair by Natiello and his premier band fifty allstar artists from the Land Music should prove nouncement that should strike joy tc the hearts every one all musl tally inclined ENDORSED BY THE COUNTY The most popular remedy Otse county ana the friend mj family writes WJin Dietz editor and pUblischer the Otsego Journal Gllbertsville Yis Dr Kings New Discovery hasiproved be fallible cure for coughs and colds making short work the worst them We alwaysjkeep a bottle the house I believe ito be the most val liable prascrlptlO l known for lung and throat diseases Uuaranteed never disappoint the taker by all druggists Drug store price cents and 100 Trial bottle freeM The Kentuckyjfstate Fair inqAage ment wlll gfa send a cltargUe and descrlptivebpoklet any one applying for same Torturing efczeiSa spreads its burn ing area ever v d3y7frloaris Ointment quickly stops its spreading instantly relieves the itching cures it perma nently At any store The Kentucky State Fair manage ment has arranged amusement pro gram running way into thousands dollars united with an exhibition plan never before attempted Scrofulous syphilitic and mercurial ulcers any old sore cured money returned MITCHELL 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quality and prices All we ask is an opportunity to discuss the matter with you 1 Seller Carriage GO I VERSAILLES KY H K YARD C M BROWSING r President Sec and Treas TIEIESTrIS MADE FROM PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER For Hay Straw Salt Seeds Potatoes and Produce Call On HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREETjBoth Phones iS It AM READY TO MAKE THE BEST PHOTOSJAnd all Styles of Portraits awl Groups at my new Gallery South Frankfort St Everything new Call on the BridgeIble Photographer I H G MATTERN r IJf I 10 r jkM A SELBERT TH- ELEADING JEWELER IIMARR lED BEITMS WILSON MiLES In this city on Saturday Prof A M Wilson of State College and Miss Mary Keith Miles daughter of Mr John E Miles and wife were married by Rev Jos M Severance of the Christian Church and Chaplain at the Penitentiary The happy couple left that afternoon for a trip to Canada SEMONESHULETTE this city on Wednesday Mr Seth Semones and Miss Sallie Hulette were married by i Rev J R Zeigler of the First Pres j byterian Church t WAINSCOTTGERHARDT In this r city on Wednesday Mr Robt K Wainscott and Miss Etta Gerhardt were married PERRYBRISCOE In this city on Thursday Mr Samuel Perry and Miss Addle Briscoe both of Anderson coun ty were married by Judge J H Pols grovet FOSTERYOUNG this city on Thursday Mr John T Foster and Miss Etta D Young both of Shelb county were married BARLOWHEISEAt the Frankfort Hotel in this city on Wednesday Joseph P Barlow and t YVJ else were married by Revs AK aIattlngly of Madison Ind Mr Barlow is the grandson of the late Hon John Smith Barlow of Gins gow Ksfor many years a pibminent lawyer and legislator Mr Barlow has been Secretary of the State Prison Board until recently He is now a Deputy Sheriff of Jefferson county un der Sheriff Scott Bullitt His bride is the handsome and ac complished daughter of Mr H H Heise of Madison Ind and has been the manager of the big flour and feed store of Heise Son of this cityy She is a young lady of great beauty and many accomplishments The happy couple left for their now t home at Louisville immediately after the ceremony 0 r tWoman loves a clear rosy com plexion Burdock Blood Bitters puri fies the blood clears the skin restores ruddy sound health RIFLE TEAM SELECTED t The Rifle Range which hase been used for two weeks by detachments t the Kentucky National Guards closes up today The practice shooting hash been exceptionally fine The following are the men finally selected to compose the Kentucky team at the National Target Shoot at Port Clinton Ohio next week and their relative po r sitions on the team Private Wiley S Morris of Barbour vine Major Victor K Dodge of Lexing ton 4Sergeant Walter Jaclson of Bat- a bourville Capt A M Moffatt of Louisville Capt R N Kreiger of Louisville Lieut G C Bailey of Pineville Lieut Foster Helm of Lexington Capt Felix Kerrick of Louisvill- ef r Capt Hiram Williams of Frank f jr Lieut M J Wilburn of Middles v tboroCapt J R Sams of Lexington Lieut W H Meadows of Louis l tlj ville OttSergeant A G Pasel of Louisville i Sergeant D C Wright of Cpving ton r I Private W C Lamb of Covington CI McKINNEY In Lexington on Mon day Mr M B Kinney aged about 45 years of softening of the brain after a long illnessIMr McKinney was a brother inla lof Mr B Todd Crutcher and Mr Jas W Shackelford of this countyI He leaves a wife and two children one daughter and a son to mourn his untimely end The remains were brought here on Wednesday for interment in our ceme tery COMMUNICATION Frankfort Ky Aug 13 1907 Mr EditorIn the last issue of your paper you gave the names of several of the prisoners front this place who were captured along with Jlaj Gaines Capt Cassius M Clay etc You gave the information as coming from me as taken from a clipping of the Baltimore Sun sent me by Mr J A Kemp of Bowling Green Ky The said paper was print ed May 24 1S47 more than sixty years ago Mr Kemp writes me his mother kept it for him un Ihis re turn home got in correspondence with Mr Kemp through Judge Settle of the Court of Appeals He writes me he is tb nly ne he ndsoners living toJhis ifnowledge The rest all having passed over to the other side- I think it due Mr Kemp that he should have the honor if any there is for this information I certainly feel thankful to him for it and do not wish to appear as wishing the credit of the clipping referred to will say these prisoners referred to were captured by the advance of Gen Santa Annas army but a short time before the battle of Buena Vista Said Capt Danley referred to made his escape on Maj Gaines horse when he got to Saltillo after a hot chase of sixty or seventy miles Our company left a few days after to guard Gen Wm 0 Butler to Camargo on his way home to the mouth of the Kentucky river he having been badly wounded at the battle of Monterey sonic time previous The battle of J3uena Vista came oft a short time after we left There were eight of nor company commanded by Capt Thos F Marshall in the battle Three out of the eight men were wounded Of Capt B C Hanis company Frank Chambers from this place our company being from Woodford coun ty consisting of almost three hundred but seven are alive including myself Yours trulv JOHN E MI- LESPAIN Pain in tho headpain anywhere has its cause Pain is congestion pain Is blood pressurenothIng- else usually At least so says Dr Shoop and to prove it he has created a little pink tablet That tabletcalled Dr Shoops Headache Tablet coaxes blood pressure away from pain centers Its effect ischarraing pIeasinglydelightfuLOently- though safely it equalizes the cIrcu- lation pressureIfIf you are sleepless restless nervous its blood congestionblood pressure That surely is a cerwlntYifor Dr Shoops Headache Tablets stop and the tablets simply distribute tho unnatural blood pressure Bruise ringer anR doesnt it get red and swell and pain you Of course it does Its con gestion blood pressure Youll find it where pain is always Its simply Common Sense Wo sell at cents und cheerfully recommend Dr Shoops Headache L TabletsALL DEALERS I lade in artistic and origi ral patterns only Your Knives Forks Spoons etc will be correct in every way if they bear tilt trade mark 1G 4 7Roger The newest designs arc shown in Catalogue No 53 Sent free- SIa OIlY by International Silver Co JSuccessor a MEIWri nRITANNIA JJTX t ldrnIDexCoxN COMMUNICATED Editor Roundabout We hear a good deal lately about giving Taylor immunity if he would testify in the Powers case With your permission I would like to ask a ques tion or two about immunity IWhat authority has any one to offer immunity What would it amount to if offered Could not any officer who wished to arrest Taylor so soon as he stepped on Kentucky soil notwith standing the immunity and claim the 5000 reward It strikes a plain man that the only immunity that will hold water is for Col Franklin to enter a nolle pro sequi and then Taylor could come without any fear of treacheryJUSTICE aANOTHER DROWNING Andther human life was snuffed out by the waters of Kentucky river on Thursday afternoon- It seems that a party composed of Eph Lillard Jr Harry Keifer and Arthur Nelson were camping near Turkey Ruinon the river were out p a skiff when they commenced rocking the boat which was upset and all three men precipitated into the water The other twojmen succeeded In reaching the bank but Nelson was drowned i r The body wits recovered about 111 oclock that night by Mr Josh War ren an experienced hand at the busi ness and brought to the undertaking establishment of Coroner Graham an inquest was held and the body prepared for burial Nelson is a glass blower from Anderson Ind and was awaiting the re opening of the works His friends at Anderson were notified NOTICE TO NONRESIDENT Circuit Court of the United States Eastern District of Kentucky at Frankfort Kentucky Wednesday July 24th 1907 Court met pursuant to adjournment Present Hon A M J Cochran JudgeiCharles Henry Davis Trustee versus Frederick A Hull Et Al- It apiearing to the court by the affidavit of Frank Chinn this day filed that the complainant huts used due diligence in the effort to procure per tonal service of process in this suit upon the defendant Kenneth Chis holm nt that said defendant Kenneth CMsholm could not be found in the district where he was supposed to reside and has not voluntarily apt eared t 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 Chishohu be and he is hereby warned to appear and plead answer or demur to the complainants bill of complaint herein on or before the first Monday in October 1907 and it is further ordered that this order shall be published not less than once a week tor six consecutive weeks from this date in a newspaper of genial circulation published in the city of FrankfortA Attest WALTER G CHAPMAN Clerk Per E IT August 3Ct W Early Risers The fantOKs littfs pmflD i Jt i j r i M A SELBERT THE LEADING JEWELERi t Ji SAD SUICIDE Mrs Louis Oliver a resident of the West Side committed suicide by jumping into the river at the mouth of Benson on Thursday morning at 2 oclock The body was shortly afterwards recovered an inquest held by Coroner Graham and a verdict return ed in accordance with the facts Mrs Oliver had been an Invalid for a long time and it is supposed that this caused the rash deed She was before her marriage Miss Millie Zook a daughter of the late Mr John R Zook and was a handsome and attractive girl She leaves one sister and two broth ers besides her husband and two grown daughters to mourn her untime ly deathShe a menther of the Methodist Church The funeral and burial took place on yesterday afternoon GRANITOID RETAINING WALL The L N R R Co is having a granitoid retaining wall put in tram the front side of Dr J W Gales drug store on Ann street clear through the square to High street This will add to the attractiveness of the new Union Depot grounds CANNING FACTORY RUNNING The Frankfort Canning Factory commenced operations on Thursday last and will continue at work long as necessary supplies can be obtained The Worlds Greatest Living Color Page of Amusement Enterprises briefly describes what may be expect ed among the other big things of the Kentucky State Fair HEAR SECRETARY OF WAR WM H TAFT Who will speak at Lexington Thurs day August 22 at 2 oclock p m This will be the opening of the Republican State Campaign in Central Kentucky Everybody Invited to attend this meeting The meeting will be at the New Woodland Park Auditorium which will seat 3500 people rA CAMPAIGN OFFER The Most Liberal Campaign Offer Ever Made by The Evening Post From Now to November 9 1907 For One Dollar if you wantto 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 No ember 9 Count the time Look around and see the great number of Evening Post readers In your neigh 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by Mr C L Clingman 930 a m Sundayschool In thes chapel v Wednesday evening prayer at 730 i p public generally Invited to at ftoad BAPTIST CHURCHRev W L Brock of Louisville will at 11 a m and 8 Sundayschool PIBaracca class by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union has adjourned for the summer eveningc 45 In the chapel fl1 if Visitors cordially Invited Seats 1t ti frbI YIAN eHUROHR6 on the pastor beingaway on his vacation there will be no preaching in the morning The Lords supper will ba oocerved at 1030 a m No evening service- Sundayschool at 930 a m in the L adIjou1l1ed chapel on Ing at 730 oclock in the ChapelJ Everybody invited 1l4CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct services as follows Low Mass at 730 a m l High Mass at 10 a in at 2 p m evening aervleeIPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH illNo Jesse R Ziegler the pat preach at 11 a m evening service at 930a m Young Peoples Society of Christian fay Endeavor at 630 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening JAmat 730 p mIIVisitors METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O tutuA Pastor being away at jCamp Meeting there will be no ser J vices at either hour 7i Sundayschool at 945 a m Epworth League at 7 p in Prayer nteeting on Wednesday even f Ing at 730 p m y invited to attend ikSOUTHEltN PRESBYTERIAN Wm Crowe the pas at 11 a m and 745 p m Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m i Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 730 p Everybody Invited to attend l1l BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday Ischool at 330 oclock p m J THORN HILLThere will be Sun W dayschool every Sunday afternoon In the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p m riU RIf Zeigler the mission at 730 p m Everybody Invited t b ff fr iJ ifTYr A ji F t iI1wf ciof Ift ijItIt i ij tal C THE STATE COLLEGE OF KEN TtiCKY LEXINGTON KY The State College of Kentucky of fers the following courses namely Agriculture Mechanical Engineering Civil Eng neering Mining Engineer Ing Electrical Engineering Normal School Classical and seven Scientific courses each of which extends over four years and leads to the Bachelors degree Each course Is organized un der a separate faculty The general faculty consisting of professors as sistant professors and Instructors number over fifty tulItimes months or one collegiate year The laboratories mid museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern Military Science Is fullyI provided for as required by Congress Graduates In the several courses of study readily find employment withI liberal remuneration The total num her 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 young women find an excellent Ihome with board and lodging in Pat Hall which is well equipped wfth 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 wornI en upon 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 year forItheAgricultural Science and a Library Hall are in process of erection and will be completed early in the next collegiate yearjFor Catalogues methods of obtain ling appointments information regard Ing coures ofxtitiuly and terms of ad mission apply tofJAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D or to D C FRAZEE Business Agent Lex ington Ky Fall term begins September 12th 1907 July 27tjrI=N EVERYBODY SHOULD KNOWr says C G Hays a prominent businesst man of Bluff Mo that nica Salve is the quickest and surestt healing salve ever applied to a 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 ICE CREAM SUPPER The ladles of North Fork Baptist Church at Switzer will give an Ice cream supper on next Wednesday evening August 21 If you want to have a nice time any plenty of good things to eat give these good ladles a call You get your moneys worth and have a good time besides S Jiii1 3 7 ii fIii b J l ilj o J r I t riFifh JS lii1jtih 1a A PRACTICAL EDUCATION The Training of MeSlianical and Elec trical Engineers in Kentucky We take the following excellent article from the State College Bulletin The successful man of today is one who has an education that has a mar lcet value This applies to all classes of men The writer the lawyer the surgeon the merchant and the engi neer can measure his value to the world largely by what men are willing to pay for his services The concep tion of an education has been greatly modified In recent years A man is educated who isskilled in doing some useful thing who1 manifests an inter est in all men engaged in useful work and who is always striving to be more skillful and better informed in his own work The beauties of art literature and philosophy dp not belong to iny class of men sThe man who is en gaged in productive work should find first that culture that comes from doing his workvwjeli but his happiness and breadth of Ife will be air if he tt somebMftt gems tine world of literature and art The technical school is responsible- to a large degree for the present status of the science of engineering Machines today are built by men well versed In the refinements of mechani cal engineering The great industries of this country are continually looking for young men who have a scientific training In the art of machine design lagunitpower transmission The steam engine presents each year new possibiities and the evolution in this direction has recently taken shape in the steam turbine The gas engine is in the formative period and the allowable use of denatured alcohol will stimulate the use of this power The recent largo uses of available water- power and the growth of the interurban railway lines offer great possibili ties to the higly trained mechanical engineer Kentucky lies not been slow to rec ognlze the fact that she must provide her eons a great school in mechan- Ical and electrical engineering in order to equip them for a work that otTers large opportunities In this age of in dustrial achievements For fifteen years the State College of Kentucky has been sending her mechanical and electrical engineers to all parts of the country where they have achieved great distinction with the largest ma clime engine and electrical apparatus building concerns Kentucky boys have made sue a record that there Is demand for State College mechani car and electrical engineers that can be supplied In the class of 1905 there were thirty men and there were one hundred applications for these r aduatos There were eleven mechllnlcallanthe best known universities In this country The class of 1907 all secured good positions No State in the Union makes such liberal concessions to her young men to gain an education as does Kentucky A county appointed student not only gets his tuition matriculation fees and room rent free but the Legislature has actually pro vided that he receive his traveling penses from his home to the college and return The expenses for any resident of the State whether he be appointed or not are reduced to a 1Si ii 1IJ c == tMore Than 25000 in Prizes 1 Fair ribbon has the backing of tha Commonwealth moneyIJust Cant Afford to Miss It i IYou all the folks and the attendance will be swelled r to the much desired figure a quarter million in six great days See our new grounds and new buildings costing 275000 steel and concrete grand stand i mammoth exhibition barn iastest trot tint track in the world Trotting Pacing Running Races Daily If An amusement program running way into thousands dollars united with an exhibition plan never before attem- ptedfSEPT162E190X LOUIS DVpt Enabenshus in his passengercarrying nb ipIhe marvel entury with daily flights and exhibition and n night ride in thr v guided by a search lighti flab jn racasthe most exciting of aerial sporis and a captive v balloonS l acrobatic acts free each day And the worlds greatest living color page of aassencni enter prises Pains famous Manhattan Beach fire works and the giganticgalpyrotechnic spectacle Eruption ol Vesuvius actual reproduction of the aweinspiring calamity of 1906 given nightly fa the infield in front of the grand stand b Three concerts dally by Natiello and his premier bnnd of fifty artists from the Land of Music Remember the Kentucky State Fair was created by the Kentucky Legislature and is given under the auspices of the Kentucky State Board of Agriculturer1 Write lor catalogue and illustrated descriptive book R E HUGHES Secretary Louisville r j t minimum Every young Kentuckian should recognize that the State has put at his command the means of ob tanning an education In mechanical and electrical engineering that is sec and to none He should further appre ciate the fact that the State is making provisions that would cost each stu dent at least two hundred dollars a year for tuition should all the expens es of his training he gotten in a school not supported by State or Fed eral aid- Theres nothing so good for a sore throat as Dr Thomas Electric Oil Cures it In a few hours Relieves any pain in any part BAD FREIGHT WRECK ON L N R R Two tars of a heavy freight train left the track just beyond Paynes Depot on Wednesday afternoon and traffic was closed until about nine oclock that night when the C O passenger train from the east suc ceeded in getting through the blockade Quite a number of trains were sidetracked by the accident and tho Louisville Commercial Club excursion train did not reach here until mid night l SPRAINS ANKLE It We regret to learn that Miss Cordle Jeffers landlady of the Jeffers HauseIwas sO unfortunate as to sustain a sprained ankle by falling from a chair while hanging a picture at her home She is getting about now on crutch es u e BIG STRIKE OF TELEGRAPHU BOYS In sympathy with the striking tele graph men of Los Angeles Cal the Western Union Telegraph Corps of alt the large cities have gone on a strike Some 10000 men are out and busl ness has been very badly hampered The end Is not yet In sight POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS TO OPEN UP Tho Republicans will open State Campaign on Monday next theirfgust 19 when Hon A E Willson speak at Maysvllle his birth The Democratic campaign pacejup Saturday August 31 at Hon S W linger will speak ftr Weavers 1 Treatment tlByrap for the blood Cerate for akin eruptions Jt1- fi v iIi t JtIJ Ot1 w fp C Pf t MCCLURE RADICAL kdt PRICE REDUCTIONS t iIlk l SHOES FURNISHING GOOD ji 1f t CLOTHES1cy I tkl 1 yY k climaxtand4fI d SHOES Meiife Oxfords S398 Regular 5 and 6 grades nearly all of them the famous Boyden makepatent vici and gun metal leathers in blucher and lace The t finest low shoe known today f 1Iens Oxfords 82891 Practically every pair the noted Regent makethe longest wear ing shoe madeworth 350 and 400 All leathers button lace and Y blucher styles Boys Shoes 8249 About fifty pair of vici and patent shoes light welt soles stylish lasts worth 300 now 249 t Youths Shoes 199 and 8164 t About 100 pair sizes 13 to 2 worth regularly 250 and 200 reduced to 199 and 164 Every pair a wearer Baby SlippersBaby had too many slippers Now heres the chance for- t1 fresh at sure enough cut prices And nearly every cotarin tAt w is represented Sizes 1 to 5Qnly lfc di t 60c value now 45c s t s 75c value now 60c dI PJiif j100 value now 80e p 125 and 150 values now 99c Slippersr Every pair marked down every style new this leathers dainty slippers and long wearing L oxfords Reduced as follows k 125 value 99cj150 and 175 value 1 4Irt 200 value 164 98fitYi 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 t Laird Schober Oxfords 8398 t The finest made and the most pleasing styles Patent and dull n leathers worth 500 reduced to 39SIOxfords at 8198cThe best of this seasons 250 styles including patent kids and vici leathers in light and heavy soles SPECIAL AT 8100 A PAIR About 200 pair of oxfordsnone larger than 3t worth from 2 to 350 a pair including patent kids and gray pink and blue canvass Not an assortment of sizes in any lot but a great variety of all sizes up to 3 White Canvass Oxfords at 8100 and 8150 Worth 150 and 200 All styles and sizes 4ftJ FURNISHING GOODS August and September are hot months Now men take advanhtage of this sale and keep comfortable at small prices f UNDERWEAR Underwear at 8198 a Suit rAll fancy underwear in stocklight weight lisles porous bal briggans newsilk long and short sleeve cool and comfortable find a com r t plete range of sizes worth 250 and 3 a suit reduced to 198 a suit I Athletic Underwear Reduced The demand for these goods has been wonderful Made of nai sook sleeveless shirts and knee drawersit is comfort personified tl i hot weather 80cdj I 25 Off On Fancy Vests f All reduced and if theres one thing more than another that adds d q2 mans appearance its a light vest cuffonl ofthorn r 1 V SHIRTS This is the greatest shirt store in central Kentucky Nows your V It chance to buy at very low prices Sale of White Negligees togetheraf 3 ne h 150 white negligees 115 100 white negligee SOd Pleated bosom 100 white shirts not included J t Colored Shirts Manhattan you cant buy them elsewhere at any price ands i 1i Wilson Bros in this sale Plain and pleated bosom cuffs attached and detached iJ 200 negligees now 150 150 negligees now 115 Shuts at SlOO t About 15 dozen worth 150 and 200 Specia lot at 1 eachr i r t es NECKWEAR IIALF PRICE i BELTS HALF PRICE All belts and all 50c neckwear exceptsolid blacks and white at just half price 50c Fancy Sox 35c three pairs 100 rk iI 25c to 35c Fancy Sox20c pairv STRAW HATS HALF PRICE The remainder of our straw hats at just half price jMry Mens Suits at Less Than Half Paces rl4 liill I 10I ti F foforAbout 100 suits in this lot including many of the best selling patterns weve had this season Better come quick to got one of them P Jr ifi IPricesAre For Casb h f V rt JKlitf f 1f RdPM K Mccilure Sons 1 D ltSjtej I lNCORPORRTEDylyI J rti rcvT V 11q M I