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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jtJil f r iri 1tt af J tlnlttrft 9ii c If1j4 ts r MIlf h1 j SQciity 3 4TILE FRANKFOR11 ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL m J AND SOCIETY NEWS TEKMS 100 In Advance J It YOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY AUG ST3II907 No 47 71r FRANKFORTS PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS FrGEORGE ImaTEItStaple tions and and Country No 610 Second New Phone 517 ProduceIJune 15lm KODAKS coILECOMPTE1 GAYLE EBNEll Incororn South CO 314 tedIJune 15Gin Jitt All louverII 228 StClair St up stairs j15- OmPLUMPING I When in need of firstclass new or old sanitary work call on Chas Whitehead 104 St Clair street Ready at all tines with I skepticalBoth I Th8 Frankfort ICB GomDany Manufacturers of Pure Artificial Ice made from Distilled Water Factory Nos 102 104 106 and 108 Main Street Phones 89 and no The largest and best equipped plant in the State juno lotfm 0 W VOGLER Dealer i- nFancy Staple Groceries Tinware Etc Gar3r landCLntStreetBgip u J respectjaner ATICHURCHILL DOWNS p Historic Race Course at Louisville i Will be Location of 1907IExhibition After three weeks of negotiations with the owners of Douglas Park at Louisville resulting in a failure to in duce them to lease the grounds for the 1907 Kentucky State Fair pend ing the clearing of the title to the property and adjustment of other matters in connection with the puri chase of the track and buildings asj a permanent location the State Board of Agriculture KentucliYI given the use of Churchill Louisville for holding this SeptemIbel at historic Churchill Downs where the fair last year was held Messrs Charles F Granger and Matt J Winn representing the Churchill Downs interests have now groundsand vote of cordial thanks for their liberality in the matter inasmuch as the grounds are tendered to the State Fair upon terms agreeable to the State Fair management Churchill Downs while a typical race course is considered to be the best equipped State Fair grounds in the South with the possible excep tion of Texas Fair Grounds There will be an abundance of stall room for all kinds of live stock there is a big grand stand and thero are many buildings suitable for the departments which must be shown indoors The entry list in the different ex hibit departments is the greatest in tine history of the Kentucky State Fair at this time three weeks prior to the exhibition The State Fair management is spending over 7000 in exploitation and expects record breaking attend ance daily Some of the greatest amusement enterprises In the coun try have been contracted with for State Pair week f 0 1 c c fBi ji SOUTH CO PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY Juno 15fjm Both Phones 17 Capital Sloom Lanndry StsLrH1lldrFRANKFORT KY Juno 15Om In Addition to LUMBER- We sell the Celehrated Hum mol Paint and the best Wall Plaster made Invincible COJune NAT MILLER THE TAILOR DyeingCleaning Suits Made to Order HotolJuno Interior Decorating For all high class work of this kind why not call on those that thoroughly understand the busi- ItRnessS ClairJWlOrr W J SCOTTOW SpecialtyStaple Fruits and Vegetables 1l0tltE hones rllil Bricjge June 15Om FLEETWOOD STUD WINS PRIZE VALUED AT 1000 The show of thoroughbreds at the Blue Grass Fair was held on Satur day the last day the chief prize being a ring for weanling colts carry ing with It a season for next year to the 80000 French horse Adam the gift of the New York breeders An drew Miller F C Bishop and O 11 BishopL P Tarlton Fleetwood Stud Frankfort Ky carried off the prize with a colt by Ornament second premium going to T C McDowell Ashland Stud Adam is a son of the Triple Crown winner Flying Fox sold at public auaction for 187500 the highest price ever paid for a horse Adam was bought by the proprietors of the Mill Stream Stud for 80000 Fif teen outside seasons to him were of fered this year at 1000 each and were eagerly taken by the most dis criminating breeders in the United States Exchange PHILLIPS SCANTY Plumbing Gas Fittin rind Sew erage Sanitary Work of all Descriptions Try us and be ConvincedJ- uno 156m Have you a Gas Stov If not honeyCall I 1TheThe South Side Mea Market andPorkI Juno l IIandLiquors and Where to Buy Them The Pure Foot Law will not affect us We always did butStraightGEO B SALENDER 45 St Clair Agent AgentforJOHN W GAYLE Merchant Tailor ant Gentlemens Furnisher nut Hatter CleaningiPresslng ant Repairing a Main Street tUd Phono j vruno TheRouMJOPENING PAIGN Gov J C W Beckham and Auditor S W Hager will open the Democratic campaign by speeches at SEcrowdMINORS MUST NOT ENTER SALOONS The ordinance forbidding miners enter or loiter about saloons was given its final passage on lIonda night and Is now the law The fl n is from 5 to 10 for each offense DISMANTLED The Hardie drug store recently purchased by the McClure Realty Com pang has been demolished this week The work of raising the building commenced on Wednesday morning This will make the new sky scraper of much better proportions ly to of HAMMOND a CO Sell Lumber Shingles Sash Doors Hardware Paint and the best All I Wall Plaster Made Wilkinson St Frankfort KyIetry the Iat i 5IJt NEW STYLES IN WOMENS GARMENTS Our womens readytowear garment section is beginningto fill up with the new seasons styles ourstockclassofment to choose from 40WomensWomens Skirts 375 to 25 5Womens outitC1 KAG1N BRO 11O4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRfDGEft THE TRUE POSITION OF TH ANTISALOON LEAGUE We give below a letter from Mr C L Collins Superintendent of th thspoxgf The special from Danville Ky on Tuesday seems to demand som comment It appears that some soy of rally of temperance people is toI 0thtomoving spirits in its management thi gatnLeagueNo State convention of that bod has been projected for this fall I seems to me that this much is needed to be said in justice to the many thousands of friends of the league over the State I am most interested however in the statement that this rally of the temperance forces of the State Is like to ask the next General Assembly pass a law making the whole State Kentucky drya law similar to that recently enacted in Georgia Of course it is anybodys privilege ask the General Assembly to pass any someIItimesnot meet everybodys wishes in fullr That may be the case with such tiand request as is suggested above as a possibility At any rate I desire the antisaloon forces of Kentucky to know that is yet the league has not determined to seek such legislation of us would hail the lawn of such a day as that legislation will ul timately bring Toward that end are constantly at work That end weI shall surely attain So far however no meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Anti Saloon League has been held to deI termhie what legislation we shall seep Such a meeting will be held in due time and then our position will bes decided In full accord with the settled 1101f of the league all over the coon we shall move deliberately enough to be reasonably sure that State is ready for the enforcement- E s IrW of any law before we seek its enact ment The AntiSaloon League knows no stopping place this side of com plete victory but we reserve the jUdgmente timeewatchwordi asIcereoftare 1 the extension of the socalled County Unit Law to cover all counties in the eliminatings bushconfi dently expect to secure such legisla tion The first of these laws would halfdozentbe fore Christmas IOCS The other would put the sale of liquor in the cities enIremove many t test features of the present system Free for catarrh just to prove mer CaIheallingMenthol etc It gives Instant lasting relief to Catarrh of the and throat Make the free test see for yourself what this prepa ration can and will accomplish Address Dr Shoop Racine WIs Largo jars 50 cents Sold by all druggists TRAINS STOP AT GATE Trains on all divisions of the Louis Mlle Nashville and Frankfort passengersIFair Reduced rates have been se theIDyspepsia Is Americas curse Bur dock Blood Bitters conquers dyspep every time It drives out input ties tones the stomach restores per digestion normal weight and good health aWitis Little Early Risers The famous little pills r ntJ V WETTZELS LOT SALEP j 1P IY G UI Ioi I Miss Annie Nourse left Thursday for Jamestown fir Howard Umethun spent Sun day in Lexington Mrs John C Davis is visiting rela tives at Versailles Judge 1 M Lassing has returned from his vacation Miss Nellie Marshall is visiting friends in Virgina Mr Win E Parrent is visiting friends at Smithfield Mr James F Gibbons is visiting trends at Henderson Miss Helen ORear is visiting her friends at Winchester Mrs W R Wells is visiting rela I tives at Miss Lelia Berrymat attended the Fair Thursday Mr H P Morancy of Versailles was in the city on Monday 5 i Mr Gus Lafontaine and wife Isited x In Louisville on Thursday Col John F Davis is visiting at his old home in Shelby vlllef Mrs A D Martin and children ha returned from Estill Springs Mr J L Waggener of Danville was a visitor here this week Mrs John M VanDerveer left Sat I urday for Atlantic iCty N J Mrs W B Chenowith and daughter visited in Louisville this week Prof J A Fuqua visited at his old home in Russellville this week Miss Roberta Trumbo has gone to Trinidad Col to visit relatives Mrs Thos F Carter of Pensacola Fla was in the city Wednesday Mr James E Henton of Woodfor count was in the city Tuesday Mr Albert McClure returned Satur day from a trip to St Louis Mo Hon Rolla K Hart of Flemings burg was in the city this week Judge Wm Lindsay and wife left Thursday for a visit to Cincinnati Rev Dr J R Sampey of Louisville passed through the city on Monday Mr James H Graham returned from Atlantic City on Friday night Miss Eula Tichenor of this office attended the Shelbyville Fair on Thurs J Pendleton Coleman of Louisville was in the city on Monday t Mr George E Feamster and wife left yesterday morning for Niagara Falls Mr F A Johnson of Chicago was the guest of Mr R B Jillson this week Mr M R Todd made a business trip to Southern Kentucky this week Mrs Wm Hayden and daughter visited relatives in Louisville this J J Rucker of Georgtown at tended the Franklin this week I Mr Frank M Andrews Architect J r aA of the New Capitol was here this J C Bridges and son John C Jr have gone to Dayton Ohio to reside Mr Ed O Leigh and sister M- Ora V Leigh left Sunday for Olympia J Roberts wife and daugh ters have returned from a visit to J Stevenson of Georgetown attended Franklin Association this week Miss Nellie Orbison of St Louis Mo was the guest of relatives here this week Mr Geo Barrett of Cleveland 0 is the guest of Mr Wm Cromwell Shelby street Miss Anna Thornton of Paris is the guest of Mrs John P Hanley Shelby street Mrs John P Hanley returned Wed nesday from i weeks visit to her mother In Paris Mr George G Speer left Tuesday for to attend the Hal din County Fair Mrs Sallie Crockett and Mrs Mary Smith visited relatives in Mercer county this week Mr Elwood Hamilton went to Winchester on to help open a Lodge of Eagles Mr R D Denson of Louisville was I the guest of his sister Mrs YoH Jeffries this week Miss Ann Church of Louisville who has been visiting relatives here has returned home Rev J N Prestridge D D of Louisville attended tho Franklin As sociation this weekI Mr Jean of Coving ton was the guest of Mr E E Ab bott Jr this week Mr Granville Dupuy of Cincinnati Ohio Is visiting his parents Mr Wil der Dupuy and wife Mr Jos B Shiveley of Louisville I spent Sunday with his mother in lat and wife in this city Mr Alex Obeuchain of Dallas Texas Is the guest of H T Settle In this city Mr R K McClure Jr who has been on a visit to Seattle Wash re turned home Saturday Capt C C Calhoun and wife of City were guests of Miss Eliza Overton Sunday Mr R Boyd Robertson and wife visited Mr G L Willis and wife in Shelbyville Thursday Miss Elise Booe returned Thursday from a trip to Atlantic City Boston and other eastern points Mr J R Shaw of Jetts has re turned from his annual pilgrimage to French Lick Springs Ind Col Sam J wife and daughter have returned from their vacation trip to the west Miss Margaret Quln of Lexington was the guest of Mrs Claude Bowles Third street last Sunday Mr C J Weitzel has returned from New York iCty where he purchased a pig stock of dry goods H nW P Kimball of Wi I I k 1 1 K from the Ashland District was here Monday Miss Florrle Rodman find Miss Virginia Gray have returned from visit to Huntington W Va aI were in the city this Mr PaUl B who has been the Weitzel has returned home Mr Warner Pierce and wife of Toledo Ohio were guests of Mr A B Branch and wife this week Mr W P Williams and wife ol Irvine were the guest of her mother Mrs Sam C Bull this week I I Rev A B China returned Thursday from his vacation and we are glad to say is very much Improved Mrs JosvT Bryan and Miss Maria TraWue of Louisville were guests of Miss Jo Murphy this week Mr James IF and Mr W B made a business trip to Cincinnati on Tuesday Mr Allen Bond of was in the city this week the guest of his cousin Mr Paul Collins Mrs James S Darnell and sbn James visited his father Mr W W Darjiell in Louisville this week Mr Paul Richardson and bride of New Brunswick were guests of Dr H M Leonard antI wife this week Mr Howell Scott of Lexington spent Sunday here the guest of his parents Col Jas A Scott and wife Miss Mary VanArsdale and Miss Rose Harbeson of are guests of Judge C E Booe and wife Mr Chas G who has been on a visit to his old home in Switzerland returned home on Mon day Mrs George Donaldson and daugh tel Miss May who have been visiting at Cleveland Ohio have returnei nome Miss Susan Fleming of Louisville who has been the guest of Misses Cninn Wapping street has returned home Mrs Jos S Simcox and son Jack who have been visiting relatives here have gone to their home in Chicago y Illinois Mr and Mrs Otis Ashurst of Georgetown visited Mrs Ashursts mother Mrs John N Marshall on Sunday Miss Nannie Woodson of Trinidad Col who has been the guest of her sister 11rsB Morris has return ed home Mr Alex T Lewis of New York City who was the guest of his father Saturday returned to Versailles that afternoon Mr Orlando B Crittenden and daughters of Greenville Miss were guests of Hon Ell H Brown arid wife this week Mr H P Toon and wife who have been visiting at their old home at Jamestown N Y returned home on Saturday ir 1 jA Z iJr h h aY tS Ji Lot 50c Shirt 39c Lot 75c Shirt Waists 59c Lot 100 Shirt 89c Shirt OSc Lot 150 Shirt Waists 119 Lot 200 Shirt 150 Lot 250 Shirt 200 Lot 500 Shirt 398 Lot Wash Skirts 98c Lot 29c Lot Dress Skirts 379 Lot Misses Dress Skirts 2 98 Lot IIaUc1kel1chiefs 24j FliIif EE J VVIE1Ir EJ IJ I PERSONAL Lnwrenceburg Shelbyville dayMr weekDr Association 1t weekMrs SpringsMr DanvilleRev Ellzabethtown Wednesday Wallingford Mldshpman Washington Shackelford Lexington Congressmanelect MISSIIweekI tednesldar Montgomery Ch1ntfvlth Lawrenceburg relturning Flemingsburg Mutzenburgh L ji t Waists Waists Lotl25 Waists Waists Waists Waists Corsets I r LAST CALL I jt The great cut prevailing on Silksiand Dress Goods will contiiiue next week Ribbons a specialty Belts Waists and Long Gloves Dont miss them Table Linens Towels and Napkins at Cut Sale 7t F1Fl J HEENEY1i i aI Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer M The Pioneer Dealer in ugh Grade Kentucky Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the Handi JOHN DRISCOLL I 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky Mr Egbert C Stephens and wifeI left Saturday for New York City to purchase the fall stock for their milliner store Messrs Randall and Rairdon of Georgtown were the guests last Sun day of Miss Una Wright and Miss Bess Goodwin Mrs Edwin lI Dryden of Dayton Ohio who has been the guest of her mother Mrs J C Bridges has returned home Mr H A Withrow of Louisburg WVa is the guest of his sister Mrs James F Montgomery South Shelby street Mrs Susan Quinn and daughter Miss Jennie of Georgtown who have been guests of relatives here have re turned home Mrs J C Hubbard son and laughers who have been spending the summer at Red Bank W Va returned home Thursday Prof George C Downing has re turned from the University of Virgin ia at Charlottesville where he took a summer course Mr Edward Schneider and wife who have been away on their vacation to Jamestown N Y their old home returned Saturday Miss Nellie McEwing of Beechmont who has been the guest of her mother Mrs Sam McEwing Broadway street has returned home- Continued from page 8 j e si c i4 w er M J r a I 60 YEARS J1 FYPERIENC Wl4f TRADEMARKS r DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac tending a sketch and description may qulckl ascertain our opinion an I Invention Is probably I tlonsBtrlctlyconndontlal HANDBOOK on Iatentt sentttaken through Mum securing Co receive trclul notice without charge la tho Scientific Jttterican A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest cIr- culation of any aclentltlo journal Terms 13 trear four months 11 Sold by all newsdealers 1UNN Co36teroadway New York Urancr Office G25 V St Washington D GwI Reduced TO Rates tLouisville Ky VIA Queen 8 Crescent RouteI One fare plus 25cents for the round trip Tickets on sale August 19th to 20th good returning August 25th Ask Ticket Agents for particulars July 27td rA fY v jV 1f4 t r- i AUGUST SPECIALSWash Suits Sale 500 Sheer Lawn Lace or Embroidery Trimmed Snits for 250 1000 Sheer Lawn Princess Styles for 500 Skirts 500 and 650 Grey or Tan Skirts 375J1200 Grey or Tan Skirts 750 2 of Louis Eye Dis Dr E C attend daughters called the wife and returned FPLRSONALS coun the Naval guest of Settle Treasur meeting Organ has and wife of guests and of wlfe Kentucky where have Mrs Anna B Goddard and Miss Pauline Goddard of Harrodsburg who have been guests of Col J S Weath ers and wife have returned home Col H Z Churchill left Saturday for Elizabethtown to spend his vaca tion at the Hardin County Fair of which he has been secretary for many yearsIand children of St Louis Mo will arrive tomorrow morning for a months stay with relatives in this city and county Maj J W Blackburn of Washing EIBlackburnSaturday here Mr John D Qiiin of Leitchfleld spent a weeks vacation visaing his mother and other relatives near Jetts and in this city He left for home last Sunday night Rev Chas E Diehl of Greenville Miss was the guest of Rev J R eigler this week and preached a splendid sermon at the First Presby terian Church Sunday Judge J Rogers Clay has rented the residence of Mrs Jennie M Chinn corner of Shelby and Campbell streets and will shortly move his fam By here from Lexington Gen N B Hays and wife gave a Suits 2500 Grey Stripe Eton Suits fine quality material 1000 2500 black or Blue Voile or Panama Suits 1500 One lot Blue and they Suits worth 1250 to 1500 for 500 Lace Curtains Special Sale and 2 pair lots 4 off i mask party for their little daughter Miss Mollie Rose on Thursday night and have ed from a few weeks stay at Crab Orchard and McKenney Mrs Joseph Bohannan and Mrs Sneffer Richardson were called to LaGrange Tuesday by the shocking death of Oran McKee having been cut In two by falling under the wheels of a freight train Oran was the son of Mr W H McKee of Chicago arid grandson of Judge I L Rlsley of LaGrange his grandmother being a sister of Mrs Bohannan and Mrs Richardson He was a bright manly little fellow and had recently made a visit to his relatives in this city ARNOLD REUNION The annual reunion of the Arnold family was held at the home of Mrs Alfred Read on the Louisville pike on Thursday last There were eighty people present to do honor to this nor ble family Many citizens of this city were present and had a good time FRANFORTS FOREIGN MISSIONARY The family of Rev Edwin Kagin who has gone as a missionary of the Presbyterian Board to Korea received a letter from him this week mailed nt Honolulu stating that so rar his voyage had been a very pleasant one and bearing messages 1of affection to the loved ones at Kagin is a young man of abili ty and consecration and bears with him the benedictions of all Christians at his home town I will mail your free to prove mer its sample of my Dr Shoops Restora tive and my book either Dyspepsia The Heart or The Kidneys Troubles of the Stomach Heart or Kidneys 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 nervesthe inside nerves mean stomach weakness always And the heart and kidneys as well have their controlling or Inside nerves Weaken these nerves and you 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 billiousness bad breath or complexion use Dr Shoops Restorative Write me today for sample and free book Dr Shoop Racine Wis The restorative is sold by all druggists Dress Goods for School Dresses 50c Mixt Suitings 35c j Remnants in desirable lengths if 15c Lawns lOco 40 inch Vic Lawn lOc 36 inch Linen Lawn 25c iFAR1VJERSIlillJfOllsland tLawns FRANKLIN ASSOCIATION This venerable body of Baptist people met at Glenwood Park on Wednesday last There was a fine crowd present which was vary large ly composed of the regular messen gers from the sixteen churches com posing the body together with a full representation of the live energetic and working members of the various churchesThe was called to order at 10 oclock a m by Dr U V Williams the Moderator who has filled that high position with great ac ceptance ever since the death of that model Moderator the late beloved Col Thos Rodman Rev A Paul Bagby pastor of Mt Pleasant Church of this Association and Providence in Elkhorn Associa tion preached the introductory ser mon from the text What of Thy Life It was an able and exhaustive treatment of the subject coupled with an earnest exhortation to his hearers to make the most of their Hives as servants of the Most High The letters from then churches were then read showing a decided gain in membership the total being about 3500 Dr U V Williams was reelected Moderator Mr Crawford Lee was elected Clerk to succeed lrof E R Jones who declined a reelection Mr James H Martin was elected Assistant Clerk Mr John E Kirt ley was reelected Treasurer The reports from the several committees showed gratifying and de tided progress along all lines espe daily as regards the missionary work of the church One of the features of the meet ing was the saddening fact that many of the leading men and women AssoPlatona11powor past had heard the call of their Master to lay down their armor and come up higher But an encouraging fact was the large number of young and energetic men and women who have been raised up to take up the work laid down by those called home Rev W J Mahoney of New Or leans La Rev T J Stevenson of Georgetown Rev J N Prestridge of Louisville Rev C W Elsey of Lex ington and Dr J J Rucker of Georgetown were among the visitors from other Associations A number of strong and instructive addresses were delivered during the meeting re wItching bleeding protruding or blind piles yield to Deans Ointment Chronic cases soon relieved and fi nally cured Druggists all sell It TAYLORI PREMIERKENTUCKY H TAYLOR Jr II SONS Proprietors r Frankfort Kentucky rE 1 ICrex Porch Rugs 1Sx3G Rugs SOc 30x60 Rugs 100 36x72 Rugs 150 54x90 Rugs 300 9x12 Japanese Matting Rugs 500 I FARMERS INSTITUTE The Farmers Institute for Franklin county will be held at the Forks of Elkhorn on Friday and Saturday September 20 and 21 The program of exercises will be given In full later on SyrupPurifies for the ttia NOTICE TO NONRESIDENT Circuit Court of the United States Eastern District of Kentucky at IentucQI 24th 1907 to adjournment 1rcsent Hon A M J Cochran Henry Davis Trustee yersus Frederick A Hull Et AI It appearing to the court by the af fidavit oE Frank Chinn this day filed that the complainant has used due diligence In the effort to procure per sonal service of process in this suit upon the defendant Kenneth Chis 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 feared to the bill herein and that personal service upon said defendant without the jurisdiction of tills 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 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 week for six 6 consecutive aI from this date In a newspaper of eral circulation published in the city of FrankfortA Attest WALTER G CHAPMANClerk Per E H August 3Gt 12CI- NCINNATI AND RETURN VIA F CRY U1oTDAYI SEPT 1 SPECIAL TRAIN Leaving Frankfort 700 A Dr Weavers Treatment 8jrnp pnrlfioe the blood Cerate heals skin eruption Ibis signature Is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets the remedy that cures n cold In one dalPBLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour front 6 a m to p in and nt 0 and pII Leave Paris every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and 10 p m Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 00a in to 730 pm nndntU and p in Leave Leave Geoigetown every hour from 610 a m to 815 p m and at 10 p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 6i m to p in and at and p m Leave Versailles very hour from 545 a m to 645p m and at 515 and 10 p m E T Phone 610 Home Phone 174 R T GUNN Manager 2tfTWO DAILY TRAINS 1 rom Louisvill to sjJ CHICAGO VIAu Leaving lOth Stand Broadway 806 am 821 pm ribate atnmpartmeut Pullmans ON NIGHT TRAIN jI Connections for CALIFORNIAand includingCanadianWest and North Terms and Time Tables on application District Passenger Agent Low Round Trip Rates- To Colorado California Washington and Oregon vl- Aft Henderson Route FROM LOUISVILLE KY SUMMER TOURIST- On Sale Daily Until Sept 15th Return Limit October i97 S3450 7915 SPRGS PUEBLO LOS ANGELES SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND HOMESEEKERS On Sale every first and third Tuesdays in each month Return limit 21 and3odays- TO IOINTH IN ARIZONA ARKANSAS NEW MEXICO OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS KANSAS AND UTAH Write Us forRatefJ H GALLAGHER TPA L I IRWINGPc Louisville By Louisville Ky July 275t TtieFranKtoitRouaiiaDout Entered at the jiostolHcc at Frankfurt tuck ns secondclass niailable matter OED A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT AUGUST 31 1907 FORMER FRANKFORT PEOPLE ARE ILLIWe regret to learn that Mr Frank C Hughes formerly of this city but now of South Pittsburg Tenn was stricken with paraylsis a few days since and has been taken to Battle Creek Michigan for treatment He was doing fairly well at last accounts His many friends here hope to hear of recoveryWe likewise pained to learn that Mrs Fannie A Lyons of Louis ville but who was for many years a cittizen of this city Is very ill in that city and has been taken to an infirm aryWe earnestly hope that she may soon be pn the road to recovery RUSHING WORK The contractors for the building of the Highlands Railroad are rushing things just now The first construc tion party commenced work at the Big Eddy and have progressed nicely to wards the mouth of the Glens Creek The second party are working this way around the big Walcutt Hill Tile third party to make dirt fly are at work just above the Cochran distillery and are making the necessary grade to connect with the L N R R at that point We rejoice at the rapid progress made COL GEO B HARPER DEVELOPS INTO AN ORATOR Our genial friend Col G B Harper President of the F C R R Co has developed into an orator and his fame has gone out to other cities He has been Invited to make an ad dress before the Mt Sterling Business Mens Club at a banquet on Monday evening September 2d Col Harper was a citizen of the Gateway to the Mountains for several years when manager of the L Narrow Gauge Railroad r YOUNG MAN KILLED t The friends of Mr Qvon McKee son of Mr Wm H McKee and grand son of Judge I T Risley of La Grange were shocked when the news came here on Tuesday that young McKee had been killed by a freight train in LaGrange- It seems that young McKee told some of his young friends that he was going to board the train as it passed but they did not think he would try it He did however missed his aim and his body was cut in two ROUNDING A FINISH The construction gangs on the Frankfort and Versailles Interurban Line are rounding up their work very rapidly towards a finish They have 500 hands at work and we are in formed have only about three miles of grade and track work to finish The toot of the traction whistle will soon be heard as the cars rush along to the Belle of the Blue Grass EXCURSION TO CINCINNATI The F C and Q Cw1l1 run another of their very pleasant excur sions to Cincinnati tomorrow The train will leave this city at seven oclock a m sharp Returning will leave Cincinnati at 630 p m and reaching home by bedtime These excursions are growing more the for them draws to a closelFare for the round trip only 125 ELECTION BOARDS OF COUNTIES APPOINTED The State Board of Election Com missioners consisting of Judge It McDowell of Danville the Democratic Commissioner Judge D Gray Falconer of Lexington the Republi can Commissioner and Mr J Mor gan Chinn Clerk of the Court of Appeals ex fI1clo President met here on Wednesday and appointed the following election commissioners for tIlt several counties the first name being that of the Democrat and the second the Republican Adair Horace Jeffries G F StultsAllenE C Huntsman AndersonT A Shouse Matt Sear cyBallardJI Dunn W A Berry BarrenC H Hatchitt W H JonesBathE H Goodpaster W S Gudgell Bell Joseph Jones E N Ingram BooneT G Willis J H Ste phens EIGrerartBoyleW L Wood Gr Welsh Bracken John Kearns A D Yel tonBreathittJames Brophy J Bllc LlnIBreckinridge J A Whitworth W S Bal- lBulllttBert Hal O P Means Butler L S Stinell E Bradley Caldwell R H Akin R W Per ry Calloway S L Holland J W ClarkCampbellGeorge Vieth 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ningWolfeS P Howe J E Childress WoodfordVIctor Zeigler T B WhiteIWe regret to learn that Mrs John F Davis wife of Col John F Davis had the misfortune to slip and fall at her home on Ann street inflict ing a gash In her head requiring eight stitches by a surgeon to close the wound We are glad to say that she is able be up and about again Ito IvfIry Pleasant totape 1 VI Nc LaxativeOJ Syrup 1INATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts areIthe 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 Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such sympims as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thanIany other you have triedIALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG 1 Hardware Paints Oils Etc 1 Capitol Foundry Machine Co t t HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in 4MachinerySupplies of All Kinds f fiI Both New and Secondhand WE HAVE FOR SALEjSixhorse Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burra200 Bushel Capacity BOTH PHONES ROSEDALE CUNNINGHAM STATION Col and Mrs John Cunnnigham and Mrs Laura Estill Francis enter tamed at tea on Thursday Evening at their colonial ancestral home 11Rosedale in honor of their atI from Washington Rev Wm 1C Cu dllanding He was anxious to enjoy th dear scenes of his childhood in The Old Kentucky Home by moonlight and a royal feast was prepared for a highly interested party of friends The house was decorated and Pill fumed with white lilies and ferns- Among the guests was much beloved brother and sister Willis of the Christian Church Mr Earnest I I Bean of Winchester Ky and eIMat Bean the Secretary of Tlc Great Tom Bean Estate in Texas which is at last A Go I RGULAR AS THE SUN is an expression as old as the race No doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular performance in the universe unless it is the action of the liver and bowels when reg lated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed by all druggists Price 25 cents r THE OLD BOURBON FAIR Dont fall to attend the old Bourbon FalIat Paris Ky which begins Tuesday September 3 and closes Saturday September 7 Premiums liber al and paid In cash Bourbon county is the center of the live stock Inter- estsr of the Blue Grass Show rings in point of numbers and in the quality r of stock exhibited will be the best in the world Visit the capital of flour bon whose people are noted for their hospitality for a day or week of pleasure and enjoyment rTRICOUNTY TEACHERS INSTI l TUTE The Teachers Institute of Franklin Scott and Woodford counties will meet in Georgtown on Monday September 9th and continue In session four days We hope to have the program in time for this issue of our paper LI tr t se Your home furnished complete I An important matterthis furnishing of a new home and one worthy of much consideration If you give it the consideration it merits you will care illy investigate our methods our prices and offerings We have helped to make thousands ofattractive homes and we have gained much valuable experience which we will be glad to give you the benefit of Let us tell you of the many advantages you will have in buying from us 1000 cash and small weekly pay ments will furnish any home R Rogers Sons STAMPING GROUND Sir J t Johnson has gone to French Lick Springs lad for a two weeks stay Mrs Attla Johnson went to Wil liarastown last week to attend the Hill Wilson marriage Mrs George Estes has as her guest Mr Harvey Estes of Carroll county Mr Jos Roherts of Owen county is her assisiting his brother Mr C BankeMrs J T Reynolds of Cynthiana is the guest of Mr Alfred Easley We regret to say Mr Easley is in poor healthMr Thomas Hook and family have as their guest Mrs Elizabeth Darn aby of Fayette county and Mrs Kate Bentley of Vicksburg Miss Mrs Clara Lail nee Reynolds of Cynthiana is the guest of Mrs T P Stone IMrs J T Reynolds Jr and Mr ot Cynthiana were visitors here SundayMr C Robinson has bought ten thousands pounds of the lOG crop of tobacco at eight cents Ten shares of the Citizens Bank were sold the other tiny at 150 per bankcOwing to the af umlaut rains of last week the tobacco and corn crops are fairly jumping ahead and there will be fine crops of both Wheat has all been threshed and the yield is low The most of the crop nas been disposed of at 85 cents per bushel to our millers Capt Sink Johnson of Ghent is the guest of his son Mr Albert John son UNO ENDORSED BY THE COUNTY IliThe most popular remedy in Otse go county and the best friend of my fancily writes Wni M Dietz editor and publischer of the Otsego Journal NewIfallible cure for coughs and colds making short work of tho worst of them We always keep a bottle in the house I believe it to be the most val noble prescription known for lung and throat diseases Guaranteed to never druggistsIl J r t A FIRM ANSWER The Rev Mr Freuder of Philadel phia tells this story of himself Some time ago he was invited to dine at the house of a friend whose wife went into her kitchen to give some final orders Incidentally she added to the servant we are to have a Jewish rabbi for dinner today For a moment the maid surveyed her mistress in grim silence Then she spoke with decision all I have to say is she announced If you have a Jewish rabbi for dinner youll cook it yourself September Llppincotts THE LIMIT oF LIFE The most eminent medical scien 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 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 vitalizes every organ of the body Guaranteed by all druggists Price 50 cents Cures babys croup Willies dally cuts and bruises mamas sore throat grandmas lamenessDr Thomas Eclectric Oilthe great household remedy =Dr Weaver Treatment Bjrop for the blood Cerate for skin eruptioni Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in Nov 25 1106 sub ject to change without notice Limited for Louisville Nashville Men plus West and Southwest 920 A M and 614 P M Dally Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadel pitia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1016 A M and 801 P M Daily 23lyr tr kOiy R Rogers Sons THE BEST BREflD 1IS MADE FROM PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER For Hay Straw Salt Seeds Potatoes and Produce Call On HEISE SONSST CLAIR STREET Both Phones m AM READY TO MAKE THE BEST PHOTOSAnd i BridgeStble Photographer H G MATTERN I ti M A SELBERT- t THE LEADING JEWELER 1 MARRIED TRUEQUIREIn this city onII Monday Mr Hawkins True and Quire were married by Rev L D Stucker LAKEHARRODIn this city on Wednesday Mr Fred Lane of Tope ka Kan and Miss Ruby Harrod were married by Rev William Crowe of the Southern Presbyterian Church The happy pair left on a bridal trip to Mr Lanes home in Kansas PROTRACTED MEETING AT SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Announcement has been made that the Rev Sanford Logan will be here to assist in a protracted meeting at this church beginning September 23 The public will enjoy the preaching of this popular young man a Doans Regulets cure constitpation without griping nausea nor any weak ening effect Ask your druggist for them 25 cents per box REPUBLICANS NOMINATE FOR WjtAPPELLATE JUDGE xr iHoju Leslie T Applegate a fine f lawyer and cultivated gentleman Of i Covington was nominated for Judge rf of the Court of Appeals by the Re publicans of the Sixth Appellate Dis- trictf at a convention held at Mays vllle on Thursday The election is to fill the unexpired term of Judge Paynter and Judge J M Lassing is filling the place by appointment until the election in No vember n GOOD NEWS Many Frankfort Readers Have Heard It and Profited Thereby i Good news travels fast and the thousands of bad back sufferers in Frankfort are glad to learn that prompt relief is within their reach Many a lame weak and aching bath Is bad no more thanks to Doans Kid ney Pills Our citizens are telling the good news of their experience with the Old Quaker Remedy Here Is an example worth reading f Mrs Amanda Dean of 18 Taylor Avenue Frankfort Ky says While I did not personally use Doans Kidney Pills I can highly recommend them for the great relief they afford ed my oldest daughter who had ways suffered from a weak back ever since a child On account of this condition it was at times most im possible for her to lift anything Ac companying this weakness there was also a difficulty with the kidney secre k tions which was very annoying and distressing I learned about Doans Kidney Pills and procured them for tx her at J W Gayles drug store She took then as directed and they helped her in every way Her back felt very much better and stronger and the trouble with the secretions was greatly relieved My youngest daughter complained a great deal of her back hurting and her kidneys did not seem to be working properly I gave her Doans Kidney Pills and the results in her case were also most satisfac toryFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the nameDoansand take no other EXCURSION RATES TO LOUIS VILLE TOMORROW usualIrow The train leaves this city at 755- a m Returning leaves Louisville at p m reaching home at 820 There will doubtless be the usual big crowd to go down to view the White City and other attractions COUNTY COURT DAY Monday next is county court day and there will doubtless be a big crowd in town Owing to the rush of work on the farms the crowds which have attended for the last few months have been unusually small Things are in fine shape for farmers now and they will take advantage o f it THE CANTRILL REUNION A reunion of the Cantrill family will take place on September the 6th at Jamestown Va at the exposition building It will commemorate the landing of William Cantrill who was- a member of the first English settle ment at Jamestown Va three hun dred years ago It is a most fitting time and place for the occasion Mrs Cantrill Christie of New York has devoted ten j ears in collecting a history of the family and thirtyont States will be represented A splen did program is planned Mrs T N Arnold of Montrose Frankfort a granddaughter of the late Col Joseph Cantrill of Bourbon county will at tend the reunion = e COURIERJOURNALS MAGNIFI CENT PLANT DESTROYED A fire which broke out at 12 oclock on Thursday night destroyed the magnificent plant of the CourierJour nal and Times at the corner of 4th Avenue and Green streets The loss is a tremendous one reach ing well up to a half million dollars subject of course to some little sal vage It was one of the most complete and valuable newspaper plants in the competitor and rival the morn ing Herald at once tendered the use of its outfit and the CJ will be is sued from that office for the present We sincerely regret this calamity to our fraters and extend our earnest sympathyThe place in the newspaper world can not be filled The blazeloccurred just at the busi est hour of the night SHE COULDNT WAITI I was riding up on the accommoda Indigestioni Stomach trouble but a symptom of not fn itself u true disease We think of Dyspepsia Heartburn and Indigestion as real diseases ct they are symptoms only of a certain specific Nerve sicknessnothing else ShoopInRemedy Dr Shoops Restorative Going direct to the stomach nerves alone brought that success and favor to Dr Shoop and hit Restorative With out that original and highly vital principle no such lasting accomplishments were ever to bo had For stomach distress bloating biliousness bad breath and sallow com Shoode- RestorativeTablets or Liquidandsee for your self what it can and will do We sell and cheer fully recommend Dr Shoops RestorativeALL tion L N train which runs between Jellfco Tennessee and Middlesbor ough Kentucky called the Short Dos when we were running ahead of the schedule and in order to pre vent getting to Corbin before the reg ular hour the train was held a few minutes at each station At Rock holds in Whitley county an old lady dressed very plainly got on walled back into the ladies compartment of the car I was in and took a seat Capt Jim Douglas the conductor was sitting by my side talking and just as the train began pulling out from the station he observed the old lady coming leisurely down the aisle He jumped up and asked her if she want ed to get off and being told that she did he stopped the train accompanied her to the door and assisted her to alight As she did so a boy who had accompanied her to the station called out Why maw aint you goin1 Sne quietly replied No theys too long starting =ADVERTISED LETTERS The following Is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frank fort Ky postoffice for the week end ing August 311907 Barber Hermann Bennett Mrs feyy Boggs Sarnie Booker Mrs Minnie B HattieCampbell V Clifford Frank Collins Mary Deennis Mrs Sallie Durlun Miss Maria Engle North Galt Hon Win Good Miss Nell Grey Thomas t Hanson Willie C r Harrod Mrs Godloe Hatfield W T 7fiJacobs John f Johnson Mrs Simon Lawson Miss Lulie Mattingly Joseph B Mellin Leroy v Offutt J Ns v Peale J J i 4tfjr Polsg roveWprJk ty I r f Reed Clarence Reid C A i VvurRhode Mrs Annie Roberson Miss Tillle x Roberts A J Rogers Miss Rb1si Rossen Mrs Johnie Scott A P Smith Theodore Spencer Wm Staines Wyley Miss Frankie f IStoner Joel Wartas Willie Schore Wash J C Washington Miss Tena Bell Way Buck Wells Chriss White Fred Wilson Frank D Young The B P Co When calling for any of the above letters please say advertIsed- GEO L BARNES P M I TO THE PUBLIC Idesire to giev notice to the people of Frankfort and vicinity that I am ready to bottom all kinds of chairs and do all kind of upholstering at the lowest rates Send me a card at 525 Clinton street I am a helpless cripple without legs W M GROSS J 1 71 F M A SELBERT J TH- ELEADING JEWELER r ff r FLAG FORK The meeting at Pleasant Ridge is still in progress We are having a gracious meeting Every one is in vited to attend Miss Mary Belle Duncan of Leba non is visiting friends at Pleasant Ridge and is attending church there Miss Mary Hulette of Flag Fork and her cousin Miss Laura Moss Frankfort are also attending the meeting They visited Mrs Eldora North on Monday night last They are now at the home of Miss Mary Miss Susie Slattery and Miss Myr tle Nash of tills place are visiting relatives of Louisville this week Miss Elizabeth North and her sis tor Lillie attended services at Sand Ripple Sunday by Rev J J Ligon Little Nell Hammond of Sand Rip pIe is visiting her teacher Miss Elizabeth North this week Miss Emma Peters of Patonia is attending meeting at Pleasant Ridge this week BLACK EYES COURT OF APPEALS The September term of the Court of Appeals wil1 convene on Monday September 16 Chief Justice ORear presidingThe following is the summary of the docket as made up by the clerk of that court- Commonwealth cases 53 Appearance and continued civil cases 425 Ural argument cases 14 Cases pending on petition for rehearing extension and modification of opinion 53 Total 545 FREIGHT WRECK ON L N R R The C O freight train going west on the L N track was wrecked just east of Hoge Station on Wednes day Five cars left the track in a deep cut completely blocking the track The rails were torn up for about 100 feet All the L N trains were greatly delayed by having to transfer at the wreck The morning C 0 trains each way went by way of the Louisville Southern to Louisville The track was not cleared until Thursday morning No one was killed luckily MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS OF A S E There will be a meeting of the stockholders of the American Society of Equity of this county at the court house in this city on Monday Sep tember 2 at 2 oclock A full once requested attendI BEDFORD MACKLIN CHOATEVILLE HONOR ROLLI The following names are who were dn the honor roll for the week ending August 23 Mary Den ton Cromwell Denton Ethel Moore FINE M TOIIRey J O A Vaught our office on Thursday the largest and smoothest and every way most attrac live tomato that we have seen this season It weighed exactly one pound down weight It was of tho variety known as the Buckeye Gem PIANO FOR SALE CHEAPIi Will sell cheap for cash a good square piano rosewood case and best of make Can be seen at 575 HolmesI street this c1tIAug 243t Jlr Catlys toiulilfou iowiicr are lust what a horse nee o when in bad i condition Tonic blood purifier anj vermifuge They are not food bfi medicine and the best in use to put ft horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and Le Compte Gayle CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE IIf your blood is impure thin dis I hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deep seated cases as it cures after all else fallsMar 21y I n i STREET CAR LINEICars leave Capital Hotel Main and f Ann streets for South Frankfort com mencing at 615 a m and every 16 minutes until 1015 p m For ParkAt 615 a m and 3 cars per hour until 1015 p m For Cemetery630 a m every 4ri minutes until 945 p m For Leestown 630 a m and every 30 minutes until 10 p m F AND V TRACTION CO J D SALLEE Supt STRANGE ADVICE Dr G G Green gives alert atteatles to his great humanitarian contract QIn our Almanac for many years we have liven unusual advice to those afflic ted coughs colds throat or lun troubles or consumption We have told them if they did not receive any special benefit after the use of one 75cent sixKbottle of German Syrup to consult thei doctor JWe did not ask them or urge them to use a large number of bottles Uo1is the case in the advertising ofmany other remedies Our confidence in Ger man Syrup makes it possible for ms ts give such qWe know by the ex perience of over 35 years that one 7cent bottle of German Syrup will speedily relieve or cure the worst coughs colds t bronchial or lung troublesand that even in bad cases of consumption on large bottle of German Syrup will work wonders qNcw trial bottles 250 reg ular size 75c At all druggists s j il iiA For sale by J W Garlefr 1hAFENCINQNo Dr Wearers Syrup wad Cerate l9uoeeeefal tiMtaeat for blood and skin dlecue The Good Old Summer Time Creates a demand for North Star Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Ice Chests Sprinkling Hose Screen Windows Wire Screen Cloth and Screen Doors Call and examine our stock Fc SOWRR GO307309 Main Street Hardware M rchantsoBoth Phones J L RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinn the rec- tori6 having returned will conduct the will conduct the service at 11 a m services I 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser mono 730 p m Evening Prayer r 930 a m Sundayschool in the chapel Wednesday evening prayer at 730 p mThe public generally invited to at tend joJ BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B 11 I Adams D D the pastorr will preach at 11 a m and 70 p m y Sundayschool at 945 In the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught F pastori Peoples Union will mThWednesday evening S tf30 In the chapel p i Visitors cordially Invited Seats jfree 4DHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C Hudson the pastor being away on t r vacation Rev J 11 Severance will mli will be oocervod at 1030 a m No evening service- Sundayschool at 930 a m In the ChrlstlariEndeavor Society has ad journed for the summer Prayer meeting on Wednesday even ing at 73p oclock in the Chapel Everybody invited 11CATHOLIC CHURCHRtw Father srF Thomas S Major rector will conduct r services as follows i Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers and prayer at 730 p m l FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH J Rev Jesse R Ziegler the pas Ifftor will preach at 11 a m No even ing service Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 630 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m I Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Epworth League at 7 p m Prayer meeting on Wednesday even Ing at 730 p m Everybody invited to attend PRESBYTERIANI ii i Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m- Everybodyi Invited to attend t BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school at 330 oclock p m Sunv every the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p m vLEESTOwiir ISSIQN Rev J R Zeigler the pastor will preach at thisi fOP r 4 1 jl mission at 730 p m Everybody invited BRIDGEPORT PRESBYTE R I A N CHURCHRev Wm Crowe will preach at 330 p m I THE STATE OF KEN TUCKY LEXINGTON KY The State College of Kentucky of fers the following courses namely Agriculture Mechanical Engineering Civil Eng neerlng Mining Engineer ing Electrical Engineering Normal School Classical and seven Scientific courses each of which extends over four years and leads to the Bachelors degree Each course is organized un der a separate faculty The general faculty consisting of professors as sistant professors and instructors number over fifty County appointees receive free tui tion privilege of residence In dormitories fuel and lights and traveling expenses If they remain ten consecu times months or one collegiate year The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive fullysGraduates In the several courses of study readily find employment with liberal remuneration The total num her of matriculates last year was 901 Each depd nent has a specialist at its head mth the necessary number of assistants Summer schools are provided for In Pedagogy Engineering and instruction In Science and the Liberal Arts I The women find an excellent pat1tersonwith all modern conveniences bath rooms hall for physical culture at 3t itt week All the courses of study I tn college are open to young wom en upon Identical conditions with those applying to males The attendance upon the Normal School In connection with the 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 1907 July 27 tf- EVERYBODY SHOULD KNOW says C G Hays a prominent business man of Bluff Mo that Bucklons Ar nica Salve is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore burn or wound or to a case of piles Ive used It and know what Im talking about Guaranteed by all druggists Price 25 cents STAR ATTRACTIONS AT BOURBON FAIR The famous show stallions Dandy Jim and Teddy Roosevelt will be seen at the old Bourbon Fair next week Special show rings each day i2 il Lli t4 1l 4 f t t 1 BOURBON FAIR We are in receipt of a compllmen tart ticket to the famous old Bourbon County Fair which will be held at Paris next week commencing on Tuesday September 3 and continuing until Saturday September 7 Our earliest recollections of gen nine oldtime fairs Is connected with that fair when Hon Brutus J Clay was the President and the beloved Wm C Lyle was Secretary We certainly should enjoy going to the fair and will do so If possi bleWe desire to return our thanks to our friend Mr Sherman H Stivers Mr J M Hall and Mr Chas A Webber for the courtesy they have so kindly extended to us ANOTHER FRANKFORT HIGH SCHOOL BOY MAKES GOOD Mr James Stigers cf Frankfort a graduate of the Frankfort High School and State College has accept ed a position as Civil Engineer on the Missouri Pacific Railroad with headquarters InjEt Louis Mo Mr Stigers Is an exceptionable bright and capable young man and we congratulate him upon Ss suc cess ham TO ENFORCE LAW Now that the law forbids minors and women to enter saloons in this city Mr E W Howser the Broadway saloonkeeper is determined to assist the officers in enforcing the law He has signs In his front window calling attention to the law and notifying these parties to say out as he does not intend to permit the violation of lawMental Strain Affected Gen IeralHealth- DoctorsDoses Weak ened Stomach Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me Dr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out with the cares and anxieties of the sick room Read the following I have always been with the exception of a touch of rheumatism since my are came on up to the time of my husbands last illness some ears ago assisted in nursing my husband for nearly three months when he departed this life and the mental strain I think caused my trouble Aside from extreme nervousness trouble com menced with sore throat and neuralgia My physician gave me purgative doses which weakened me very much and my stomach for a time seemed inactive Mental strain and the dormant condition of stomach soon told my general health I had little appetite and was soon forced to stay in bed a greater part of the time Within a week alter the time I began taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and Tonic I was about the house I continued their use until completely cured My faith in Dr Miles Remedies has been strengthened by ourdaughterhayIng results in a case of paralysis and a friend to whom I sent a box the AntiPain Pills reports that she has been completely cured of neuralgia by their use I know of a number malargeMRS FRANCES COFFMAN Dayton Va All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Send for free book lddxeuUT 1 n P IS 9- r 4 t n NI =I I I More Than 25000 in Prizes A State Fair ribbon has the backing of the Commonwealth of Kentucky Its a trophy with a big value aside from the money that accompanies i- tLowest Rates by Rail and River ItYou Just Cant Aiford to Miss It ICome and bring all the folks and the attendance will be swelled desired figure a quarter million in six great days ISeeour new grounds and new buildings costing 3275000 steel and concrete grand stand mammoth exhibition batn3i fastest trot ting track in the world 1 Trotting Pacing Running Races Daily f An amusement program running way Into thousands of dollars united with an exhibition plan never before atte- mptedj1T3IIOX t J I iSVITLirm ICapt Knabenshue in his passenger carryiog airship the marvel century with daily and exhibitions act a night ride in the air guided by a searchlight- Balloon I racesthe most exciting uf aerial rpotJaj tad a captive balloonSensational acrobatic acts free each tIny And the worlds greatest living color page of amusement enter prisesPains famous Manhattan Beach fire works end the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption of Vesuvius actual reproduction of the aweinspiring calamity of 1906 given sightly in the infield in front of the grand stand Threa concerts daily by Natiello and his premier band of fifty artists from the Land of Music I Remember the Kentucky State Fair was created hy the Kentucky Legislature and is given under the auspices of the Kentucky State Board of Agriculture Write lor catalogue and illustrated descriptive book- i B E HUGHES Secretary Louisville h 4 Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and Heater IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in busyhousewifefrom light rolls to a Thanksgiving or Christmas turkey it looks just as neat as any heater made It is airtight and a great fuel saver Thousands are be ing sold Thousands of housekeepers are enthusiastic Fine Cast Iron tops and bottoms staking it last for years without repai Made only by I ZION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA DELIGHTFUL MUSICAL PROGRAM Schmittles celebrated First Regi ment band will be heard in special musical programs at the old Bourbon Fair next week Dont fair to hear this band t 4r IT HEATSAND 1 COOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful I and Economical Stove for thefHome Ever Made 1 GOOD FARE AT BOURBON FAIRtIirhe ladies of the Methodist Churc1IIn charge of the roost at the old Bourbon Fair Insuring dinjI ilandw f MCCLURES LAST CUT II f t Fall Goods rolling in from every direction What summer goods are I left must vacate at once to make room ioo Suits tip850Worth 25 and 30 This is all thats left of our summer stock of fine mixed suits At 850 each they are Wonderful values Hand made imported worsteds all sizes 36 to 46 chest Hurry or your friend will get the best one I 20 Dozen Negligee Shirts 500 I jWorth 100 to 200 Out on counters in plain view Saturday will clean them up so come early irf 4 VII 5oc Neckwear 25c M i f f i r v Great variety of handsome patterns Solid blacks and whites not included v Many bargains in summer underwear fancy sox low shoes straw hats Last call Dont miss your chance School Books and School SuppliesReadyWE HAVE EVERY THING YOU WANT IN THESE LINESI 1 1- 1RK 3x ooiure SoxisINCORP- ORATBD I SIX GREAT DAYS Popular Belief in Kentucky State Fair Special Features Arranged Program Announced for Every Day and Every Night All are to be Very Elaborate Six special days and as many special nights mean that the Kentucky State Fair will fulfil its promise to have Bomethingdolng every minute of six great days and nights during the week J of September 16th at Louisville Col W W Kite President of the Louis ville Board of Trade is the General Chairman of the Committee on Special A Lazy Liver May be only a tired liver or a starved liver It would be a stupid as well as savage thing to beat a weary or starved man beeauso he lagged in his work So In treating the lagging torpid liver It is a great mistake to lash it with strong drastic drugs A torpid liver is but an Indication of an illnourished enfeebled body whose organs are weary with overwork Start with the stomach and allied organs of digestion and nutrition Put them In working order and see how quickly your liver will become active Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery has made many marvelous cures of liver trouble by Its wonderful control of the organs of digestion and nutrition It re stores the normal activity of the stomach Increases the secretions of the bloodmak lag glands cleanses the system from poi sonous accumulations and so relieves the liver of the burdens imposed upon it by the defection of other organs If you have bitter or bad taste In the morn mil poor or Trlablo appetite coated tongue foul breath constipated or Irregular bowels t feel weak cash tired Qespondent frequent headaches peln dlstres in small of back gnawing or distressed fceltoir In stomach nauseaN brfvJr w risings in 1throat after eating and klnowi symptoms sineu anen y ian toctor PleJcfi olden Medical Discovery Perhaps only apart ofthe above symptoms will be present at one time and yet point to torpid liver or biliousness and weak stomach Avoid all hot bread and biscuits griddle cakes and other Indigestible food and take tho Golden Medical Discovery regularly and stick to Its use until you are vigorous and strong The Discovery Is nonsecret nonalco holic Is a glyceric extract of native medici nal roots with a full list of Its ingredients printed on each bottlewrapper and attested under oath Its Ingredients are endorsed and extolled by the most eminent medical writers of the ago and are recommended to cure the diseases for which it is advised Dont accept a substitute of unknown composition for this nonsecret MEDICUOC OF KNOWN COMPOSITION Days and has announced the follow ingMonday September 1C School Chil drens Day C B Nordeman Member Louisville School Board Chairman Tuesday September 17Fraternal Day R S Brown President Louis ville Commercial Club Chairman Wednesday September IS Louis ville Day Geo G Fetter Director Louisville Board of Trade Chair manThursday September 19 Kentucky Day Lew B Brown of Harrodsburg President Kentucky Press Associa tion Chairman Friday September 20Southern Indiana Day Adam Heimberger President New Albany Commercial Club Chairman Saturday September 21 Every bodys Day Everybody Chairman The Special Nights Committee Is headed by J Beckmann Manager of the Retail Merchants Association who has announced the special nights as follows Monday September 1C German American Night F W Keisker September 17lrlsh American Night Thos McCabe September 18Labor Night John Young President Louisville Federation of Labor Chairman Thursday September 19 Press Night Young E Allison Chair man Friday September x 20 Military Night Col W B Haldeman Colonel Commanding First Kentucky Regiment Chairman Saturday September 21Farewell Night Smith T Bailey Chairman Mr Nordeman expects School Chil drens Day to bring little folks not only from Louisville but from allover the State He has appointed every county and city school super intendent In Kentucky as a member of this committee For Fraternal Day a large tent will be erected where headquarters maybe opened by representatives of all fraternal organizations to receive welcome and register guests It is the hope of Col Brown to have a series of drills by the uniform ranks of the different organizations I Mr Fetter will have the active co operation of commercial Industrial financial and professional organiza tions In malting Louisville Day one that will put It in red letters on the Fair calendar No one will be bold enough how ever to challenge the popularity of Kentucky Day Every Indication points to It being the banner day of the week Mr Brown hsa named many prom Inent edItors of Kentucky as his as sociates on this committee He Is counting apon several large excursions from different points The edi tors will hold a rally on the night of Kentucky Day which Is known as Press Night and Col Allison Is arranging a very attractive program Press headquarters are to be estab lished at the Fair grounds Mr Heimberger Is not only ap pointing Southern Indiana editors but heads of commercial organiza tions in that section as members of the Southern Indiana Day Commit teeThe programs for every night will be attractive This will be especially true of Military Night when the First Regiment will give an exhibi tion drill In front of the grand the days and nights have been given some special name it does not follow that the State Fair management wishes to confine the attendance to those interested In the way that the name Indicates On the contrary the State Board of Ag riculture Invites everybody to come every day and every night At a great outlay of money the State Board of Agriculture has con tracted with Captain Roy Knaben shue to bring his passengercarrying airship the marvel of the century to the Kentucky State Fair Septem ber 1C to 21 and give dally flights and exhibitions with a night ride in the air guided by a searchlight Beachlspectacle the eruption of the awe inspiring calamity of 190C will be given nightly In front of the grand stand at the Kentucky State Fair In Louisville September 16 to 21 IA State Fair ribbon has the back I t THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FORx High Grade VehiclesjJ Than ever before The public have at last come to the Iconclusion that a CHEAP vehicle is DEAR at any i price Our work is strictly hand made and is sold under a guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle that is hrstclass and will give perfect satisfaction drop us a card and we will call to see you We know we can t suit you in both quality and prices All we ask is an opportunity to discuss the matter with you Seller acrriage ijoI ii VERSAILLES KY 1 H K WARD C M BROWSING 1 President Sec and Treas Ing of the Commonwealth of Ken tucky It Is a trophy of big value aside from the money that accompanies it Sensational acrobatic acts will be given free each day in the Kentucky State Fair In front of the grand stand Scrofulous syphilitic and mercurial ulcers or any old sore cured or money returned MITCHELL REMEDY CO- Frankfort Ky Aug 32m Ill stop your pain free To show you firstbefore you spend a penny what my Pink Pain Tablets can do I will mall you free a trial package of themDr Shoops Headache Tab lets euralgla Headache Toothache Period pains etc are duo 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 Wls Sold by all drug gists CONVENIENT CAR SERVICE AT PARIS FAIR Cars every hour on the Interurban road between Paris and Lexington stop at the gates of the old Bourbon Fair Cars to Paris every fifteen min utes HtanyOil Pain cant stay where It Is ap plied E OeWitts Little f The famous little plus KILL lAND I WITH FOR Early Risers THE CURE COUCH I THE LUNGS j Dr Kings I r II New Discovery I 1 II cgErPRICEfree I J fGUABAHTBBD t4