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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l1 i THE FRANKFOR1r RoUNDABOUT V GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS11itis 100 In Advanceki j VOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1907 NO 50 10 FRANKFORTS PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS GEORGE IE SALENDEUII Staple and 1Nor KODAKS I LECOMPTE GAYLE CO i 1nlollJoratHlI LAUNDRY JThe M N Laundry aims do the best work in the State All work called for and deliver ed E G NELL Artiit Ollice 223 StClair St up stairs j15- GmPLUMBING t I I When in reed of firstclass now or old sanitary work call on Chas Whitehead 101 St Clair strett Head at all times with I prices to suit the most skeptical Both Phones 105 Juno 15Om A fIIfMMVPWMY- MYYTheFrallk1ortIceUomMy I Man ufat hirers of Pure Artificial J Ice made from Distilled Water Factory Nos 102 104 106 and 108 Main Street Phones fin and 89 I The largest and best equipped plant in the State June 155m aI d a fT ZitKEN1 71ir fA1je iG w L p tIlo 4 itj The Executive Committee and mem J bers of the Kentucky State Historical Society will meet at the Historical Arooms on October 3d at 11 oclock iAfter this the annual business meeting of the society in the fore noon tho rooms will he open to Vlsi Itors The portraits of the re cently painted by Marschall Hundl leigh Sawyier and Miss Kate Helm will be on exhibition These are the first copies 01 the early Governors pictures yet painted and these are GeneralGovqrnor Chas T Scott in rJ Revolutionary uniform by Paul Saw Ifyier Governor Christopher Greenup by Will Hundleigh and the full length portrait of Governor Helm by his grandaughter Miss Kute Helm also a portrait by her of Governor Proctor Knott The portrait of Governor Helm is presented to the State by his sons Mr James Helm and Mr John Helm of Louisville Kentucky And the portrait of Governor Geo Madison by Nicholas Marschall The world wide reputation of the late namea artist is a suflicient guarantee that this portrait of Governor Mad son is a work of are beyond criti oi mIWe desire that our Kentucky are tilts should share in the painting the remaining portraits of the Gov ernors with the above named ar tilts We have had letters from other ari tists who desire to share in the honor of painting these portraits as t they are designed to he in the hall of fame in the now Capitol There is work for all There are paintings to bo cleaned colors restored and blem ishes made by tlmo and dust In the oiliest portraits removed by skillful artists Wo shall bo pleased to hembtm We shall be pleased to hear from our best artists throughout the State I of JENNIE C MORTON lrSeerotaryTreasnl0r of Kentucky State Historical Society rConstipation causes headache nausea dizziness languor heart pal pitation Drastic physics gripe sick en weaken tho bowels and don t cnr9 Deans Jlegulets act gently and cure h constipation 25 cents Ask your tI druggist Ii fJ jIIF I SOUTH CO PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY June 15Cm Both Phones 17 Gauital Stoam Laundry Oillce Cor Main and Ann Sts Laundry Foot of Ann St FRANKFORT KY June 15flm In Addition to LUMBER- Wo sell the Celebrated Ham inor Paint and the best Wall Plaster made Invincible COJuno NAT MILLER THE TAILOR eingCleaningSuits Made to Order 405 Main St Opp Capital Hotel Juno 168m W J SOOTTOW SpecialtyStuple Fruits and Vegetables Both Phones BridgeStreets jute 16Ciu D A7h cpfi 0 iii Rev Carey Smothers for thirty years pastor of the Colored Baptist Church at Versailles died on Monday last of blood poison He was an able up right and honorable Christian gentleman We have known him for years He commanded the respect of every citizen of Woodford county fir his earnest piety and honest endeavors straightIaa as Drain welshing over o50 pounds hs church members numbered about L001 His influence for good will ho greatly missed in his community He was a modest man and was ways toady to do a good deed for ills neighbors black or white Peace to his ashes YOM KIPPUR The Jewish Day of Atonement was observed by our Hebrew follow cdti zens commencing at sundown on Tuesday afternoon and lasting until the sonic hour on Wednesday Their places of business wore closed and the gay devoted to fasting and prayer t I Am Ready To Mak The Best PHOTOSIAnd nil styles of Portraits fiend Groups FrnnkfortBridgegrapher H G MATTERN I Have you a Gas Stove If not moneyCall I 1JuneThe South Side Melt I Marketl The Host Beef Lamb Pork Fresh and Smoked sage Sliced Ham Oysters and Fish in Season I I June 16Om NEVILLE COLLINS Liquors and Where tojBuy Them The Pure Foe Law will not affect us did und always will sell potting but Straight Liquors ah GEO SALENDER 5 St Clair r Every thing bnt the color comes out in the wash if dote by The Troy Laundry JOHN W QAYLE Agent Juno 15Cm Iot bl ELECTION 1 You must qunlt stealing yourself I quit seven years ago 2 Dont put any money in the campaign fund 3 Dont sell your vote for money or the promise of pie Ito Let the vote be counted just as correct as a set of bank books are kept 5 Dont hang up a saloon for a curtain to fool the prohibition people when you ought to be hanged yourself Dont talk negro equality for men with brains kayo gone down on tIhlt subject before Now dont mix Goebel and Taylor in this campaign for you could not or did not protect Goebel How then ran you protect Taylor When you know he is in the enemys camp Cut it all out boys Give us a square dell and a fair and honest count for WP ire going to have it this time or a fight I may be a sinner but never a Republican You have let the machine rib me but you will never rob me wit aut a fight If necessary I can give names dates and the REDWOODsa lk1 rnruawwsw rvww nunrwwraoowwmanw ur Our car of Redwood Lumber and Shingles has arrived We can furnish lumber for Hog Boxes Boats e Call or telephone u HAMMOHMCO amounts for kept a line on you for tho last seven years I have tho po pullIYours for W J Bryan and an hone est electionOLD TIME DEMOCRAT c FLAG FORK The farmers here are very busy cutting their tobacco and it seems nearly impossible to procure help The teachers have returned from the Institute and I trust have begun their work with more energy than ever after having partaken of the mental feasts at Georgetown for the past week The Ladies Aid Society met at1 Lebanon on Saturday last and had a very delightful time Miss Susie Slattery and Miss Cora North visited Mrs Sallie Nash on IIIher cousins to the depot from which tHey took their departure for Dayton Sundayschool contest at Pleas ant Ridge Baptist Church has closed Red and blue buttons wewa distribu uted among Its members at the first of the school and the greatest number IIpresontto have vii Therefore the blue buttons haw wen and they are to have a picni in Mr Willie Duvalls woods on Saturday September 21st trom 1 to 5 oclock p m Ice cream Is to be served Miss Elizabeth North attended church at lIt Carmel Baptist Church oil Sunday lasts Bro Johnson their tar delive i a very tifnl address on the subject entitled The nerds Supper BLACK EYES THE NEW PASTOR e OF THE METHODIST HURCHi Rev J S Sims the new pastor ofr the Methodist Church will assume formal charge of the church tomor row when he will preach his introiluc tory sermons Ve have known Mr Sims for several years and will say that if Bro Vaught hind to he promoted to hpI Eldership there Is no doubt bit that Mr Sims will till the place with great acceptance He istt big brained hi bodied Christian gentleman and an able preacher- In behalf of all good people In this city we extend him a hearty welcome and Godspeed ELKS MINSTRELS Mr Will Pattie the wellknown vocalist returned to the city last week from Western Kentucky and Is now engaged In organizing an amateur minstrel troupe to give an entertain ment for the benefit of the ElksI Lodge in this city on the evening ofI cJnlmcdlwllan amateur performance which has been presented here in ninny a day Mr Pal tie Is a thoroughly competent organizer and Instructor and what he promises he very opt to perform So th public can look forward to something out of the ordinary and expect a very enjoyable evening on the dat1 above namedIiaa Stomach troubles Heart and Kid rey ailments can bo quickly corrected with a prescription known to drug gists everywhere as Dr Shoops Re sto tIt The prompt and surprising relief which this remedy immediately brings s entirely duo to its Restora Live action upon till controlling nerves of tho stomach etc A wcik stomach causing dyspepsia a wreak heart with palpitation or inter mitent Anise always means weak stoiraci nerves or weak heart nerves Strengthen those inside or controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and seo how quickly these ailments disappear Dr Shoop of Racine Wis will mail samples free Write for them A test will tell Your health Is certainly worth this sample trial Sold by Capitol Pharmacy I w BIG SHIPMENT O1 INFANTS fiND- GHILDHEN CLOAKS Just Received IWe have them in all- new shades white red brown blue and black These little garIments 4are all tailo nape s rictly fistclas 1 vorkmalishipS il likeicolors litcialvalue 350 Childrens Cloaks in I new plaid and fancy mixtures special values 350 and upwards F1m C Kagin Bro 4143 St Clair Street BURGLAR ROBBED DR GAYLES DRUG STORE The drug store of Dr J W Gayle on Ann street was burglarized on Sunday night Goods of the value of over 500 and cash to about 10 was obtained acIlJunlnlecifor he carefully covered his tracks disImanner of his entrance oxIsmallest dins nsuto be mitt ly curried oil Dr Gayle had supposed his new illIthe city He has the sympathy of a host oC friends in his heavy loss To check a cold get front your druggists some little Candy Cold Tab lots called Preventlcs Druggist everywhere are now dispensing Pro vent Ics for they are not only safe but decidedly certain and prompt Preventics contain no Quinine no lax ative nothing harsh nor sickening Taken at the sneeze stage Proven tics will prevent Pneumonia Bronchitis La Grippe etc Hence tho name Preventlcs Good for feverish children 4S Proveutlcs 2 cents Trial Boxes 5 cents Sold by Capitol PharmacyiDr Weavers Syrup Pftfiflei the blood Cerate ointment for the itta ri15 TY r I iv tJ J WEITZELS FALL SPECIALS The Ladies Horne Journal Patterns the reliable pattern to do your home sowing Only 10 and 15 cents Get the new Fall Style Book Free his vacation Mss Lida Edelen visiting friends in Louisville Mrs W 11 Cutter is visiting friends in LouisvilleMrs Garrett returned Saturday irom White Mills Mrs Kittle Holmes is visiting friends in Eminence Col Sam Smith is visiting his friends in the country Mrs Edna Tichenor is visiting her friends in Lexington Miss Anna Hamilton is visiting friends at Lexington Mrs John Hanley is visiting 1 relatives in Louisville Mr Marvin D Averill left Monday night for New York City 1 y7t j A M Slack and wife visited in Lexington this week Miss Mary Ray of Bardwell is the guest of Mr John W Rav Mr Claude Hazelrigg has returned from visit to Bath county Mr R Thompson has gone to Drennon Springs for visit Mr George Semones of Louisville visited friends here this week Mr Lucien Waggener Sr of Danville is visiting in this city Mrs W Johnson of Henderson IIsthe guest of Judge T1 Nunn Mr John T Buckley of Los Ange yes Cal came here on Tuesday Miss Charlie Wilson of Lexington was visitor here on Mr Paul Swain ment to Smith rteld Wednesday to visit his family Mr Lewis of this office spent Sunday at his home In Versailles Mrs Julian Tilford and children are guests of relatives in Jxniisvllle Mr W Pruett Graham made business trip to Richmond this Al W Smith has gone to New York City to visit her son Mr Geo Jane Todd Holmes has re turned from visit to Dixon Springs Tenn HonG W Shadoan of Somerset attended Conference Saturday and Thos Hall wife and daugh ter are visiting relatives in Nelson Daisy Hazelrigg left Tuesday for Lexington and Paris to spend her vacation Mrs Jos Rupert returned Friday night from visit to relatives in West VirginiaMr Nicol attended the mar riage of his daughter in Lexington Saturday Miss Fanny Dawson of Bloomfield was the guest of Mrs John Davis this week Rev John H Burdin and wife have returned from visit to relatives in John South and Mrs W O 4a All the new with trimmings that are stylish and popular prices to suit pocketbook CrBAFlIE J WEUYIEI J t t t 1 r t f r 6J PER5ONALiii is T R P J j a P a J T a VednesdayI J J B a a A a C a G i lr shades every J Bradley have gone to Martinsvillo IndianaMr E P Woodson of Trinidad Col arrived on Thursday on a visit to relatives Mr Samuel Whitehead left Thursday for Augusta Ga to matte his ture home Mrs C E Hoge and son Mr Percy Hoge have returned from Atlantic City N J Misses Isabel and Ella Gardner of Madisonville are guests of Miss Vir ginia NunnIMr H K Ward of the Seller Car riage Co Versailles was in the city on Tuesday Col Austin J Lynch land wife are spending their vacation with relatives in Lexington Judge T L Edelen attended the Bankers State Convention at Louis vine this week Mrs Virgini Keiser of Louisville Is visiting Mrs rdeliaKendall Broadway street Mr Frank Heeney has returned from a trip to Montreal Quebec and- rew York City Mr E E Abbett Jr left Sunday for Terre Haute Ind to attend Per due University Mrs Anderson Gaines and son Russell of Warsaw are guests of Mr Bowman S Gaines Mr John B Lindsey Jr left for his home at West Pascangoula fits sissippi Saturday Mr Louis T Crutcher and wife of Kansas City Mo are at home for the winter in this city Miss Eloise Booe has returned to the College of Music in Cincinnati for the next season Miss Lizzie Winn of New York City is the guest of her sister Mrs W F Dandridge Postmaster Georg L Barnes attend ed the Kentucky Postmasters Convention at Louisville Mrs W L Cannon of Midway was the guest of her mother Mrs Hiram Berry on Tuesday Miss Margaret Thompson and Miss Ella Thompson returned Sunday from a visit to Cincinnati Mrs H W Kellogg of Louisville is the guest of her parents Judge W E Settle and wife Mrs H S Keller and son have returned from a visit to Mrs D C Cruthcer in Georgtown Judge J P Hobson anal wife at tended the Payne Golden wedding at Elizabethtown this week Col George B Harper wife and children have gone to Pittsburg Penn to visit relatives Miss Mollie Berryman left Saturday for Versailles to visit her brother Mr John W Berryman Miss Margaret McLean and Miss Natalie Martin left Monday for Staun ton Va to attend school Miss Mary Tlmberlake of Winches ter who was the guest of Mrs W H Hoge has returned home Mrs Mary McDowell Phillips of Henderson Is the guest of Mrs Sam uel Steele Wapping street 1G t r 0 j tf tap 1ytfnlB liJif =Mr George C Watson left Wedties day for Allegheny Tenn to attend the Theological Seminary Mr Karl G Greenwood of Lake land was the guest of Mr John CI Davis West Side this week Mrs W O Bullock of Lexington who has been visiting Miss Eliza Overton has returned home Mrs D R Klmbrough of Cynthlana was the guest of her mother Mrs John M Jameson this week Mr J F French and wife who have been guests of Miss Laura French have returned home Mrs ECRoemele and son left Tuesday forDayton Ohio to visit her sister Mrs John C Bridges Mr W J Davis and family of Lafayette Ind are guests of his pa rents Col Jii E Davis and wife Mrs A BJolly wifof Mr A B Jolly of the Adams Express Co has joined her husband in this city Mr W wrTongmoor and Mrs Lula B Longmoor went to Cynthlana on Saturday to visit their relatives Miss Jennie Robb of Louisville who has been the guest of her cousin Miss Jo Murphy has returned home Miss Jennie T Cardwell attended her mothers Mrs Jane Todd 87th birthday in Louisville on Thursday Mr and Mrs W F Goodwin and Mrs Claude Bowles attended the races at Lexington on Wednesday lestILouisville returned home Fridiy Clay Hatchltt of Newtown who has been the guest of her moth er Mrs R P Pepper has returned Lucy went Talbott of Louis vale who has been the guest of Miss Glenn Steele street has returned N B Smith County Clerk was elected Vice President of the State Committee of County Clerks at Louis villeMrs P M Hanley of Louisville who has been the guest of her son Mr John P Hanley has returned E W Hines of Louisville at tended the opening session of the fall term of the Court of Appeals on MondayMr B Lindsey Jr has returned from a visit to his brother Mr W T Lindsey at Tyron North JohnP Hanley and Mrs P M Hanley left Tuesday for Paris to visit Mrs Hanleys mother Mrs Mc C D Pattie of Richmond who has been the guest of her aunt Miss Lucy Pattie has returned to her home Mrs W L Morris of New York City who has been the guest of her mother Mrs Mollie Thomas has returned home Mr Herbert Jones of Birmingham Ala who has been the guest of his cousin Mrs F H Kavanaugh has re turned home I Continued on page 8 ifl HEENEYS Lace Curtain and Muslin Sale Dotted Swisses Muslins and Curtain Nettings in the new creations in pairs or yard goods including Irish Point Tamboured Soutache and Marie Antoin stylesI COATS AND SKIRTS- We are getting in daily our Coats and Skirts and want every lady hi Frankfort to see them They plices9u1 in the city F Jj HtENEY Value JOHN DRISCOLL Oualifv IThe Leading Grocer in High Grade Kentucky Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the placeAi JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky FOR SALE House And Farm I will oiler at Public Sale to the highest and host bidder on TuttRilny Oct 1 JD07 Sale to begin at 10 oclock house anti farm situated one luflf milo from Evergreen Church between Bridgeport and haru dale The farm contains acres well watered and in grass except 7 acres Nice young orchard of 200 trees und about acres of Rico level land Also 4 Milcti Cows a four mouths ofd Calves 3 tat Hogs 10 stacks of Hay 4000 good boards slowing Machine Oat Drill Morse Spring Wagon Phaeton 2 Sets of Harness Plows und Hoar and Fanning Utensils Terms All sums of 10 cash over that amount n months note with in terest Terms on farm Ono half cash balance iiolle and two years it GAR riviii lJlt 41 KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNC8 WITH Dr Kings New Discovery II FOR cOUCH8OLDB TiW PBICEI AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGUOUBLE- SGUA1t1ANTZXD SAT FACTO OR omy BFYUNDXDr- a i j Jt 4f tJLu Q J F i J ifHrCl 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS COPYRIGHTS DESIGNS Ac ii lending a sketch mid description ma quickly ascertain our opinion reo InTeimon Is probably Cmnmunleafeetrlctlyconadeutial on Patents forancurlnFpatentePateute lve notice without charge In the Scientific Jlm riCan handsomely Illustrated weekly Inrccst drculHtlon of any sclcnUUo journal Terms 4 year tour months II Bold byoll newsdealers MUNN CO3G1Broadway New York Brancf F Sf Washington D Dr Weavers Treatment Sjwp tar the blood Cerate for skin eropttoM Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule in effect Nor 25 ject to change without r1 noticeILimited for Louisville phis Vest and 920 1 M and 114 1 Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadelphia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1016 A M and 801 P M Daily 23lyt I h THE TIME ISNOW HEREit For you to be preparing for the cool days now on us We are ready to help you with the choicest stock of Ladies and Misses Suits and Cloaks Dress Goods Silks Underwear c Beautiful Styles Moderate Prices ik fJ l pn FAR JVERSw aIii KENTUCKY STATE DEVELopl MENT J Louisville Ky Aug 31 1907II To the Public In October 1906 the Fifth State De- velopmenti Convention was held In delegatesrby the people of Winchester and had i most Instructive and Interesting ses sions In which experts from this State t and other States read good papers on the following important subjects Taxation the education of young men pursuitsglGeological Survey Immigration tthe roads animal husbandry dairy the use of cement for purposes coal mining and the coal resources of Kentucky asphaltI educational needs and fKentucl y the culture of white burley publiclextensionsleeting and developing our forests All these topics were discussed by h practical men and by professors of It luniversitlesof this State and other Sta JJ1nd rex I rttre lark fUr J S ployed byaheUnited States eI iwent in various departments InW vl Ington Tho information given by J these men to the delegates would if communicated to the people of the State Immediately produce practij tical results of far reaching benefit to the whole State Some Important law reforms were dlsiJcony will be held in Louisville November 19 20 and 21 1907 Many able men orCway point out the needs of the time This fsort of public discussion is all the onore needed before our Legislature meets because it meets only once inj two years and sits only sixty days and no serious matter can well begotten through unless it has previ ously been thoroughly discussed In the coming convention an opportunity r will be offered for bringing out infor mation and argument on every impor wtant topic Out of such discussion come a clearer view of public question and practical improvement in many directions We have the cli tmate the soil the timber the streams t and the minerals and the location for Comiimalic the most of our golden oppor tunities We must hnsten and en large our prosperity Any white citizen may join this as sociation by paying ono dollar FIs cal courts may and should appropriate a small per cent on the assessed valuation of the property of the en tire county to help meet the expense A adIvertiseand every industry in the State Each member of such a fiscal court so helping in the work will be authorized to name two members of the associa tion from his magisterial district Commercial and other organizations of every town ought to solicit mem bers of the association and ought to send delegates to its convention and should now cooperate with us If lufilclent funds can be raised this association will have ample perma nent headquarters for us as a sort of clearing house for all the Industrial organizations of the State and might eventually have a permanent place for the practical exhibition of our in dustries and resources Moreover such an association ff well supported could have a great Influence in pro legislationIWe need the encouragement and the active help of everybody and we hope that all who want to bring about any improvement will volunteer at once Mere complaints benefit nobody but active work over the whole State lame1wMSend a dollar and your full name and address to Mr A Y Ford Treas urer Columbia Building Louisville Kentucky EDWARD J McDERMOTT PresidentIChairman Memembershlp Committee SecretarrI0 STATE FAIR AT LOUISVILLE The Kentucky State Fair was held at Louisville tilts week Tnere were very large crowds in attendance and the exhibitions of stock of all kinds was very gratifying to the managers From present advices the fair will prove a financial success BROKE HIS ARM Leon MtcDaniel son of Deputy U S Marshal N L McDaniel was riding a horse to water at the home of his father just above the city on the river Tuesday morning when the ani mal attempted to jump over a ravine throwing young McDaniel off he falling upon his left arm the bone was broken at the elbow The frac ture is quite serious and care will have to be taken to prevent the joint becoming stiff t HON WM LINDSAY ILL We regret exceedingly to announce that Judge Wm Lindsay Frankforts foremost citizen lawyer and states man Is lying very ill at his home on Wappln street It is the earnest prayer of all good people that this able lawyer and grand Kentucky gentleman may soon recover PLRSONALS Cbnfcinuen Qri1 page 2 Miss Emily Root of Memphis Tenn who has been the guest of Rev J M Severence and family has returned home Rev A T ORear wife and son who have been guests of Judge E C OKear left for their home In Coving ton Tuesday Mr I Davis and son Mr Adolph Davis left Thursday for a visit to Quebec Can Jamestown Va and New York City Judge John M Wood and daugh ters of St Louis Mo were guests of his aunt Mrs M J Gaines Clinton street this week Miss Dora Jones ofPleasant Ridge Ala who has been the guest of her cousin Miss Josephine Kavanaugh has returned hofe Mrs C C Calhounof Washington City who has been the guest of her aunt Miss rEHzaijpVerton returned home on Tuysday Mrs 1N dollms of Somerset who hasbeen the guest of her parents Rev J O A Vaught and wife has returned home Mrs W J Minish Sr and Mrs J M Minish of Gratz who have been guests of Dr L T Minish and wife have returned home Cadet W E Settle JrU S Army who has been the guest of his father Judge W E Settle returned to An napolis Md on Monday Miss Lizzie and Rose Wilson of Lex ington visited Miss Mary Todd West- Side and attended Conference Satur day Sunday and Monday Misses Lizzie Hunt Anna Bell and Virginia Chlun who have been the guests of Miss Susan Fleming in Louisville have returned home Mr Dorsey Brown wife and daugh ter who have been guests of Hon Ell H Brown and wife have gone to their home at Kaufman Texas Mr R G HIgdon and wife who have been spending their vacation with relatives at Owensboro and Lew isport have returned to this city Rev C P Pillow and wife of Pe tersburg and Mrs Garrlott of Car roll county who were guests of Mr Eugene Wolf and wife have returned are glad to learn that our cor respondent Mrs Nellie Steadman Cox is improving from her recent ness and is able to be about the house again h I j iOLD TAYLOR1 THE PRE- MIERKENTUCKY WHISKEY KentuckyLJ RAILROAD TIME TABLE WEST BOUNDiNo 19 L 8 N modation departs 535 a m dally ex cept Sunday No 01 L 8 N departs 755 a m Sunday only No 21 C 8 O Via Shelbyville departs 920 a m dally No 17 L 8 N departs 940 a m daily except Sunday No 15 L N departs 320 p m daily except Sunday No 23 C 8 0 Via Shelbyville departs 615 p m daily EAST BOUND No IS L 8 N leaves 950 a m dally except Sunday No 21 C 8 0 leaves 1018 a m 1C L 8 N leaves 435 p m dally except Sunday Xo 20 L N Frankfort Accom modative arrives 615 p m daily ex cept Sunday No 24 C 0 leaves 759 p m 62 L 8 N leaves 826 p m Sunday only C 0 trains arrive and depart from Seventh Street Station Louis ville L N trains except Fraalcfor Accommodation arrive and depart from Tooth und Broadway Station Accommodation arrive and departs from First and Water Street Station- F Leaves for Paris620 a Returns1125 a m Leaves for Paris 200 p Returns720 p m J W WATSON Ticket Ag Inktort inG1naii Rg The Midland Route Local Time Table IN EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 IP o I AoS2lDAILY YIA 11 ll2 Lv D Frankfort Arj IS Summit 34j Elkhorn Ssvit 5Stamping Ground IDuvall Johnson i Georgetown lit C S Depot J r j nvtovn j iI CVnterville 8111 73 Elizabeth irt Paris Jnnctn 70 Art PnrK flv Connects at GeorKtovnvUnionDejiot with x e Conn vts at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects Ht Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA P MA A 1P 2 Lr Frankfort Ar t7iaAr jArCincinnati Lv BETWEEN FRANKFORT S CINCINNATI VIA PAHIS AMPM PM 62 00Iv Frankfort Ar7i5715 Lv Georgetown Ar 620 Lv Parts r611 10301610 Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCKY CENTRAL RR POINTS fly d L Frankfort A it25Ar20P 47P A Georgetown A 9 04A620P 3 25P A Paris L 544P 6 lIP A Winchester L 709A245P 15P Mayaville LI 45A 115P MAlA Cynthiana LI 502P Richmond L lOA IMP Cincinnati L 3 65P QWQ B HARPER Pre andOenl Bupt CWHAYG A C 0 Catches Electric Light Wire As the east bound C O train was coming up Broadway yesterday morning it came ill contact with an electric light wire pulling the pole to which it was fastened down and also a big limb oh of a tree in front of the Capital square A CAMPAIGN OFFER The Most Liberal Campaign Offer Ever Made by The Evening Post From Now to November 9 1907 ForIOne Dollar If you want to read the news when it is news if you want only the news that is new and true you should read The Evening Post Think of getting Kentuckys greatest newspaper for only one dollar from now until November 9 Count tine time Look around and see the great number of Evening Post readers In your neighborhood and who they are and be convinced that The Evening Post is the biggest brightest and best dally in the South Even if you are now taking some other paper how can you afford to miss this opportunity to secure The iiEyen sTaT l retl hu S 7tg ed rate Bear in mind that this offer Is made only for those who cal nottget The Evening Post throuc a carrier or agent The offe is trade for mail subscribers only llus living In lo country or in small towns whore the paper can not be delivered by our agents From now intil November election for inly 100 Address The Evening Post Louisvile Ky or ltonrdaaout Frankfort Ky tf s WANTED One hundred women and girls Apply at the Shoe Factory- HOGEMONTGOMERY CO Sept 143t Low Rates One way and Round Trip to the West Southwest and Northwest via- The Henderson Route FROM LOUISVILLE KY COLONIST- One way Second Class rickets on Sale daily Sept r to Oct 31 1907 S3455S3705 3705 SPOKANE WASH- ELLENSBURG WASH HULLAN IDAHO PORTLAND ORE TACOMA WASH SEATTLE WASH SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES SAN DIEGO CAL Corresponding Low Rates to Points in MONTANA IDAHO and UTAH HOMESEEKERS Tickets on sale First and Third Tuesdays in each month Return limit 21 and 30 days TO IOINTS IN ARIZONA ARKANSAS NEW MEXICO OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS KANSAS AND UTAH Write as for rates J IRWIN P loulivllle Ky Sept H7C THe Frankfort RDunaaDDUt Entered at the iKuioittue at Frankfort Ken tuclcy us secondclass iiiailnblv matter GliO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT SEPT 21 1907 =rTHAT EXTRAORDINARY LIST Talk about your alphabetical vot lugs Sc but that Baileys Mill pre civet takes the bark off the shrubbery and the culinary product off the side table Why those fellows could gve the other fellow cards and spades and lOu in the game and then come out winner Vhen every tree of the field bush in the garden c can become a voter theres no use in try ing to come any where near that have inspected the stub book and every word charged is true NO HACKBERRY TREE At Louisville Col R B Franklin en route to Mayfield where he spoke yesterday said he had read the poUt leal sensation sprung by a local Re publican paper regarding the voting of trees tombstones and other magi nary things by the Democrats in the Bailey precinct in Franklin county in 1903 but that no mention was made of the hackberry tree in the front yard of the State House which received the Republican bullet after it had pierced the heart of Senator Go- ebelKr State Journal Sept 17IEditor Roundabout As the Republicans of this city city have no paper of their political faith published here will you permit me to ask a few questions anent the above extract iI provellinsination of Senator Goebel that he lived three days and was sworn in as Governor after he was shot by the murderous assassin Now what would like to know is how if Goebel had that steel ball to pass through his heart and then went into that hack- berry tree how in the world Goebel could have lived three days with that hole in his heart tf have heard many physicians say that the slighest puncture of the heart will cause immediate collapse and death Is this a new discovery OfCOl Franklin or is just simply a JgT Jot6fgufCtliaTTiewas getting1 overcome the astonishing disclosure made as to the manner of voting as snown by the Baileys Mill precinct- REPUBLICAN A SOURCE OF GREAT REGRET When it was announced that Bishop Morrison had niade Rev J 0 A Vaught Presiding Elder of the Franl for District there was a universal ex pression of regret that he was not permitted to remain in charge of the e church in this city That regret however is somewhat compensated for when it was learned that this good man will in all proba bility remain a resident of this city with his lovely family Mr Vaught has done a work in the church here that has been greatly needed for years The church was prospering under his charge COLORED YOUTH DROWNED Alfred Reed a colored boy about seventeen years of age was drowned on Saturday night when fishing with his stepfather Cummins Hordon It seems that the two were tls bt near some barges of the Elevator Coal Co and the younger attempted to step from one barge to the other mlsju g ing the distance fell into the water and was swept under the barge The body was recovered by 111 Josh Warren on Sunday morning wa turned over to Coroner Graham who held an inquest when a verdict was returned in accordance with the facts APPOINTMENTS M DEBY KENTUCKY CONFERENCE M E CHURCH SOUTHI The following tippointments of minI liters ui the Kentucky Conference 1t T Church South were mado by liisiiop IL C Morrison just before thoJ adjournment of the Conference Lexington District Presiding Eider Rev L South gateLexington Hill Street Rev E G Ili Mann Lexington Kpworth J W Jack sonIWinchester O J Chandler Winchester Mt AbbottH H Martin Mt Sterling J L Leveile- Xicholasville J M Fuqttn Versailles W S Grinstead Carmargo and Grassy LlcltO F OneyJackson1V W Green Owingsville G O Prentice IrvineC A Gossett i Campion J 11 Mathews Morehead C M Humphrey SpealsTB Ragan West Liberty R B Wilson College Ht1lT R Peeples Hazel Green to be supplied Himlman and Whitesburg W P Fryman renchburg and Olympia W B Campbell Clay cttrTF Tyler Superintendent of AntiSaloon LeagueG W Young Covington District Presiding Elder Rev W F Tay lor- Covington Scott Street J R Sav age- Covington Eleventh StreetA T OKear ewportTT Cates Cynthiana J L Clark HighlandB C Horton Williamstown M S Clark Falmouth W S Maxwell Brooksville J L West ButlerF B Jones 1KelatE K Pike 1VisaliaJ E Wright Alexandria W K Newkirk AugustaH C Mance Foster to be supp led CaliforniaE L Griffey Erlanger and Walton J B Harris Oddville B F Bosley DanviUe District Presiding Elder +Rey D W Rob er t sonrTHPearce LSomersetW Fi Vaughan v RichmondC A Tague HarrodsburgL Robinson LondonJ D Redd Stamord T W Barker Lancaster J H Wi1 lams Burgin P J Ross Perryville J J Dickey Burnside R F Jordan Wilmore A P Jones Pineville and Barbourville J God herfhlellesboroE K Dickey CurbinG OWEl- erIeachersilleF D Palmeter Moreland T B Cook East Pulaski and South Somerset S Ragan Straight CreelJ A Sawyer Salt River and Pittsburg T S Wyatt West Pulaski 0 G Dills Frankfort District Presiding Elder Rev J O A VaughtFrankfortJ S Sims PlllsTI P Strother Larrollton M T Chandler Millersburg T W Watts Hughes Chapel and Big Bone C A Blythe IGeorgetownC S Bohon VarsawV1 Morphis Hinton W A Penn Mt HopeA Redd GrntzG V Todd New Columbus J R Nelsons Petersburg J P Pilow Port Boyal W H Johnson U GhcntTj Rowland Corinth C W Williams President of Miliershurg Female s the visible sign that babys tiny bones are not forming rapidly enough Lack nourishment is the cause IScoff Emulsion nourishes babys entire system Stimulates and makes bone Exactly what baby needs ALL DRUGGISTS AND 9100 College C C FisherIe Presiding Elder lUv W E Ar nold Maysville First ChurchB T Chatham Maysville second Church E E Carlisle C F Evans Flemingsburg F J McIntyre Sharpsburg E S Wilson Hillsboro W F EslderIGermantoyn E Shannonand tittle RoclJYAdamsI ry Tilton E K Arnold Washington and Hebron W B Hall Aanceburg J W Gardner Mt Olivet W A Hostetter Mt Carmel W L Clark Salt WellJ M Johnson Tolesboro J E Moss Fairview MissionE K Tldwell- Moorefleld George Morem Shelbyville District iresidjng ElderRev J R Deer ngShelbyvilleH G Turne- rTaylorsvilieJ W Simpson Chaplin E J2 Eversole BedfordS H Pollit- tCampbellsburgB M ivelson- Christiansburg J T1 Fizer- Simpsonvllle E C Savage New Castle W D Welburn H C Wright MiltonW Boswell BloomfieldW M Britt MGrangerC J Nugent BeardsGeorge Frail kawrencebrg T T Hiner SalvisaE J Terrell Beech ForkR B Baird Other appointments were Missionary to CubaC H Greer Conference Missionary Secretary F M Hill- Ednor Central Methodist W Q to Kentucky Conference Revs T W Watts E L Southgate C A Blythe W G Cram and R H HobbsTransfers from Kentucky Confer ence Felix K Struve and stationed at Ashland Ky In Western Virginia Conference L M Sartain Oklahoma Conference J B Adams to Louis yule Conference- It was decided that the next meet ing of the Conference will be hold in Middlesboro DONT FORGET IT l The good st amhFalls City will make an excursi nto Irvine next week This will be the first time a passenger steamer has ever gone as high up as this place on the Kentucky river This is a rare opportunity to see the beautiful scenery of the upper Kentucky which can not be excelled If real coffee disturbs your stomach your heart or kidneys then try this clover coffee imitationDr Shoops Health Coffee Dr Shoop has closel matched old Java and Mocha Coffee in flavor and taste yet it has not a single grain of real coffee in it Dr Shoops Health Coffee Imitation is made from pure roasted grains or cereals with Malt Nuts etc Made in one minute No tedious wait You will surely like It Get a free sample at our store H S Walsh cTHANKS We have been placed under oblige tions by the Cincinnati TimesStar for a cop of their Parlor Map which contains a surprisingly large and exhaustive amount of valuable Information in a condensed form for ready reference Its preparation must have taken a vast deal of painstaking la- bOr to accumulate We desire to return our thanks for their courtesy ATTENTION SCHOOL TEACHERS We are requested by County Super Intendcnt E R Tones to announce that he will be visiting schools for the next six or eight weeks therefore will be In his office at the courthouse only on Saturday during this time Those interested should take notice and govern themselves accordingly NEWSPAPER MEN SCRAP Two newspaper boys of Lexington Dr H Owen Keller of the Onlooker and Mr John R Charlesworth of the Evening Gazette had a scrap on Wed nesday in the good old fashioned wayBoys you should not let your a gry passions rise Your little hands were never made to scratch out each others eyes out Tilt Tut Pleasant to take Tndo tLrl Laxative SyrupjNATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONI Ask Your Doctor f And he will tell Laxative Fruits and their extracts areI I flnOlmtllabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling NauseousnessiBloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nuot like it better than any other you have tried 4 ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLEy Tobacco Bellows Blowers il Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Sn3tchesIScythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil r 11 4 Tarpaulinsr 0 tf Monkey Wrenches iPipe Fittings and Wrenches + It FRANK GSTAGGI c Hardware Paints Oils Etc II GapitolFoundry Machine CoIHOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in of 4Machinaeand Machine Supplies of All KindstBoth New and SecondhandiWE HAVE FOR SALE fiT Six horse Power Portable Engine and Boilertrse Power Stationary Steam Engine ttlTenh horse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill BurraJ200 Bushels Capacity J BOTH PHONES r t 1 KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Hubert Vreeland Commissioner Notwithstanding a very late am unfavorable spring under favorable weather during the month of August crops are maturing rapidly and while they are late unless we have early frosts the prospects are excellent for a good crop of corn and also tobacco Threshing of all grain Is about com jpletej The yield of wheat was small aver aging ten bushels to the acre for the State the quality being very good The prospect for a crop of corn Is 38 per cent the condition of this crop is 91 per cent Fall plowing has progressed nicely in most sections and the indications are that the usual average of wheat will be sown Some tobacco has been cut and on- sticks but the most of it is still grow ing and late plantings are still in danger of early frosts Meadows have yielded an average crop of hay and it has been saved as a rule in good condition f Pastures havabeen good and all live stock is In fine shape Hogs are reiorted scare and high In some sections Labor scare and wages high all over the State Crittenden County The past month has been seasonable for the growth of corn and the prospects for the late planting is good while the early planting Is not so vorrj goodThe weather has favored breaking ground for wheat and much of this work has been dope Pastures are excellent Stock of all kinds In good condition Potatoes that have beenI dug are yielding well and u very quality Ballard County August has been finoI I on crops and unless overtaken by ear ly frosts will make full crops Peacrop is fine but three weeks late Farm ers plowing for wheat but average will be somewhat less than last year Horses and mules high Hogs report ed dying in some sections Pastures good and cattle fat None selling at present Labor very scarcetHickman CountyCorn looking well t and prospects good for a full crop ift not injured by early frosts Tobacco growing well but late and very wormy Wheat acreage will be short t this year Labor scarce and high r l Stock in fine condition Hogs plentl + L tfnl but small Feeders are paying 4h Cents for hogs McCracken County August has not been as favorable for crops as was July Rains have been local and in most of the county only light showI erStCrops have not suffered much so far but will unless there Isa general rain soon Possibly some corn them late plantings has been damaged ma Ground tonally The same Is true of tobacco Is very dry and little plowing i4 for wheat has been done so fart NICorn and tobacco crops generally areta two to three weeks late Stock of all kinds In fairly good condition Hogs scarce and good price Labor tt fscarce and wages high yBarren County Have had good all crops are looking well 1 much attention is being given in the county to grasses on account of the r scarcity of labor and high wages paid Boys from the farms are drift ing into the cities more than formerly and seem to consider the field there more Inviting Logan CountyThe corn crop In the county promises to be the best In ten years Frequent rains keep the fodder green showing no Indication yet on curing Late plantings bid fair to mature Tobacco looks well but worms arc worse than usual Thet farmers are beginning to cut tobacco though rains have hindered the work Considerable fall plowing done andc prospects good for usual sowing of wheat All live stock in fine condi tion Mules and hogs are scare and highCLnruc County The corn crop is late and Irregular Strong dry land when It has been well cultivated will make a full crop but on thin soil u inclined to be wet it will be almost t a failure Early frosts would work great injury Grasses are looking fine and live stock In good condition Feeding stock hogs selling at 050 per cwt Wheat nearly all threshed ft Good quality but yield is small Gar dens have been good labor very scarceCGreen County Season has been fa vorable for crops Corn will be very good but tobacco will not make over half n crop Pastures and all kinds i of live stock In good condition J Ii Jw t Preparation of ground for fall seeding is well advanced Clark County Some tobacco ready mUllanCorn has been damaged slightly by 1the drouth Hemp will not be a full crop this year in this section Recent rains have Improved the pastures and they are coming out nicely Cat tIe market Improving Hogs scarce and no fruit of any kind Shelby County Much of the tobac co promises to be good If farmers have seasonable weather for cutting and curing quite a largo part of the crop will make a heavy yield Corn Is looking fine and with favorable weather conditions prevailing from now will make a splendid crop Early frosts would damages both corn and tobacco Lincoln CountyThe dry weather injured the corn crop Plowing for fall sowing of wheat has already be gun The apple crop is a complet- faicure in this county Boone CountyAugust as a whole was an Ideal month for the growth o corn tobacco and grass There every prospeet for a full corn crop Tobacco Is uneven It being full i somo portions of the county while In other portion probably due to the late planting is but little over half of a crop Grasses of all kinds are doin wen Casey County Seasonable weather since the ICth of August has brought the corn crop up several points and pastures are making rapid growth The tobacco crop is very uneven and about two weeks late but the greater part of it is topped Live stock looks healthy and a brisk demand for ItI County August has been a fine growing season but wind storms have damaged the corn crop in some sections of the county Pastures are for the season and stock of all kinds is better than for many years Clinton CountyThe wheat yield turned out better than was expected and corn continues to Improve the seasonable weather preventing any firing Pastures are good Hogs are County Corn is and if frost does not comet soon will have much better crop has been estimated Grass was never better Cattle nearly all sohlj at higher prices than ever knownt Hogs selling at G2o per 100 IbsJ Farm labor is high and can hardly be secured at any price Horses and mules were never as high as at pres eat Powell County The early corn Is raring out well and loops fine but late corn is not doing so well and very likely be caught by the frost Pastures are fine and stock is In good condition Gardens are late and in eriorLewis County Have been toot much rain and need some dry weather- to mature the early corn and also the tobacco The late corn and tobacco make onehalf or twothirds of a crop if frost does not come before October 15th or IGth and 10 per cent of these crops can not mature before November 10th HUBERT VREELAND Commissioner Never can tell when youll mash a finger or suffer a cut bruise break or scald Be prepared Dr Thomas Electric Oil Instantly relieves the pain quickly cures the wound CORN CRIB BURNED On Wednesday evening of last week just as Mr Lonnie Quire and wife who live near Ottusvllle were preparing to retire for the night attention was attracted by a roaring sound which upon Investigation they found was caused by their crib being on fire They at once gave the alarm and their neighbors came to their assistance thus saving their residence anti property There was about fifty dollars worth of corn burned up besides the crib which held it making the total loss about 300 They have no Idea how the fire originated COLORED BOY RUN OVER BY BIG WAGON On Saturday morning a colored boy was run over by a big fourhorse wag n at the corner of Main anti Ann streets Strange to say the lad was not seriously hurt jumped up and went away It was the boys fault as he ran against the wagon without looking whero he was going INIIPROGRESS Throughout this whole country dun Ing the last ten years there has been the most phenomenal stride made InI Industrial enterprises The United States produces today more steel than any three nations on the globe The ship building progress of this country Is unsurpassed and many foreign ships are built la our ship greatest gas englncs steam en gines and electrical machinery known to engineering science have been constructed by American engineers The telephone world has Its center In this great country and we make practically all of the telephones now used throughout the world The Improvements in electric railways that have put this method of handling steameroads have sively In tho minds of American en gineers insthe manufacture of good working ma maclilnentools for working into shape the iron and steel that form the basis of our industrial sphere The one important valugour prac tice on suJi a high plane is the mag nificent system of technical schools established throughout the United a States for training mechanical engi neers and electrical engineers Due to the land grant of 18G2 the industrial college was established every State of the Union and colleges have been further supported by State aid In each case A few dependent technical schools were es- tablIshed about twentyfive years ago and these latter together with the State Institutions for giving a train ing in technology have furnished this country with an army of vigorous capable ambitions Americans who have put into our industries the most powerful activity that the world pas ever known In any phase of human endeavor The engineer has been a very Important factor in adding to wealth of this great nation Prac tlcalJy all of the great fortunes have been made through the art of manu facturing the raw material into the grade products that the world demands- The or graduates from our technical schools are much sought pfter and It is impossible at this time to find men enough lobo pro comprehensively f trained and who have graduated of from a reputable school in mechanical engineering or electrical engineering to take the places that are continu ally presenting themselves In rapid acceleration The capitalist realizes that to make out of his Investment he must surround himself with the American youth fundamentally trained superior in judgment and full of that vigor that gives men the power of doing things In times of great prosperity or In times of great depression the mej chanical engineer is Indispensable When prosperity appears on every hand the mechanical engineer is ra qulred to develop new products when there Is a depression in the business world this same engineer is needed more than any part of the organization to matte the plant pro duce the most by efficient handling of the processes In either manufac turing or developing and transmitting power The mechanical engineers work lies as much in the field of the opera tion of plants as It does in the design the of them America has attained a supreme po on sition among nations In industrial arts and to take care of the growth of the vast commercial interests of tlls country there is remarkable demand for the university bred engineer All of the schools of technology in the United States are unable to meet the requests for men In our own State College of Kentucky the graduates from the School of Mechanical anti Electrical Engineering are all em ployed year after year weeks before they graduate and tlie records that 7 these young men have made throughout the country have placed the Ken tucky mechanical and electrical engl neer In tho first rank It Is fortunate for the graduates In years to come that so many Kentucky men have risen to Important and responsible places for each one will Invariably seek tho Kentucky trained engineer when looking for high grade materials to add to his stat Kentuckians should oil bo proud 4 =a TlfE BEST BREOD IS MADE FROM PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUJ ASK YOUR GROCERF- or Hay Straw Salt Seeds Potatoes and Produce Call On HEISE VtV SONS J ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones 4lm of the tact that the State has provided great school where young men can themsehesI beejties for successful careers are unpar aUeledISTAMPING GROUND The new creamery will soon open up for business with flattering prospects Miss Gladys Poindexter was the guest of Miss Jannet Covlngton this protracted meeting of the Bapj tlst Church is attracting large con gregations Rev ueo 0 Green of Woodford county is doing the preaching The house would not hold the crowd in attendance on Sunday night Mr J G Bramlett was nominated for magistrate by the Democrats on Saturday to fill the unexpired term T E Gayle resigned Where was a large crowd In town on Saturday The attractions were the colt and mule shows a base ball match a meetingof the stockholders the creamery sail the local A S E Miss Lucy Jackson has returned from a visit to friends at Morgadore The price of hogs is advancing rap- Idly They are scarce and hard to get The roller mill has been completed to run night and day for two weeks to meet the demand for Hour and meal Mr Scott Yates and wife of Okla homa who have been visiting rela accompaniedMisses Myrtle and Gertrude Alsop werb in town on a shopping trip this week A number of our people wont onI the excursion to Cincinnati Sunday The teachers from this section who attended the Tricounty Teachers In statute at Georgtown last weep report a fine meeting and enjoyable hos pitality upon the part of Georgtown peopleIUNO FALLS FROM BUILDING Mr John T Miller a tinner misfortune to slip and fall hldi root of a building on the South Tuesday and was pretty badly bruised up Luckily no bones were broken and he will be about again soon I OFF FOR HIGH BRIDGE The regular biweekly excursion to High Bridge will be run tomorrow Sunday The train over the F C C and Q C Railways will leave this city at 930 a m Returning will leave High Bridge at f p titsand Georgetown at p in reaching home about oclock Fare for round trip 100 Fare for round trip to Georgetown only 50 cents LOST AND FOUND Lost between 930 a yesterday and noon today a bilious attack with nausea and sick headache This loss was occasioned by finding at tho drug a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed for biliousness malaria and jaundice 25 cents J Public Sale Wednesday Sept 251907 l farmingI s six miles from Frankfort aonemile from Fnimdalo on a good pike and elope to School mm Church 1itiIllars10 SUTHERLAND rr F D No Frankfort KyiR Sept 6it x fI305 Cincinnati and Return 3i IQueen Crescent Route and F C Ry Sept 161718 Goodreturning Sept 21st Ask r u 1MIrtPnlarS Sept 7td tit TWO DAILY TRAINS CHICAGOIVIA i Leaving 10th St wad Broadway 806 a m 821 p m1 flrifaate CI mpartmt t ljluilmatuiaOX NIGHT TntINtii0- Connections for CALIFORNIA adFarming thWestTerms and TimeTables OS application E District Passenger Agen WANTED 10000 locust once posts at once Apply or address J S WEATHERS Sept 7lt Frankfort Ky FOR SALE I have for sale a three and one half Studebaker wagon whit twO inch tire 7S thick bran new Ap ply to PRANK HOSTETTER corner 4th Avenue and Steele Streets Sept 142t IDeWitt s Early Risers 1ryr The facnou little pills ttikl iTf 4j1NM1Y u rt J M AGSELBERT THE LEADING JEWELER LMARRIED KE1TH TALI30 In l11 Mo Mr W W Keith and Mrs A J Talbott were Wangled Mr Keith is said to be a fine business man His bride is the mother of Miss Bertha Talbott of this city and a sister of Dr John W Gayle She is well known and popular here where she lived for several years before go ing to Mantana to reside- TRIPLETTHA3IPTONIn this city on Saturday Mr Preston Hampton and Miss Mamie Triplett were married BATTEHTONN1COL In Lexington on Saturday Mr J Arnold Bat terton and Miss Mary Todd Nicolwere married by Rev Win Crowe Mr Batterton is a fine young business man who was formerly with Mr W S Farmer of this city His bride is the handsome accomplished and popular daughter of Mr David Nicol of this city cashier of the Deposit Bank DANIELSBROWN In Covington on Saturdap Mr Stanley H Daniels and Miss Roberta A Brown were married by Rev JW Rose M Daniels is president of the Danville JirarISl1itnce pttny Iis Lrid- is the handsome daughter of Mr A Duane Brown and wife of this city TAYLOR SONS WIN SUIT In the circuit court on Thursday the suit of George Mitchell against E H Taylor Jr Sons for damages caused by an explosion of a boiler flue by which Mitchell was scalded was decided in favor of the firm Mitchell claimed damages in the sum of 20000 at a THE INTERURBAN LINE Grand Opening in Near FutureEx cursion by Business Mens Club Owing to the tact that an obstinate blue limestone cut could not be fin ished in time for the experimental par on the Frankfort and Versailles Interurban Line to be run last Sunday as was expected The management expect to run the car tomorrow if possible But the formal opening of the road will not be made until later when the Frankfort Business Mens Club will be ken through on an excursion to both Versailles Arrangements mid LexingtonI Col John D Sallee manager of the line to have three or four cars full of business men to go on the trip A stop will be made at Versailles long enough to have a reception when speeches of reception and congratulation will be made by the representatives of Versailles which will be responded to by the Frankfort del egationIThe excursion will then Lexington where another formal reception will be held After which the 1visitors will be taken on a whirl about tne Blue Grass Capital and the crowd given an opportunity to see nil the points of interest about Lexington The whole thing will be a very pleasant and profitable one for all con cerned and will do much to help on a good state of feeling between the cities of the blue grass uu DEft THS PARRISHOn the West Side on Wednesday Margaret infant daughter of Mr Ambrose Parrish and wif SUDDUTHAt the home of her sister Mrs James Whitten on Tues day September 17 Miss Katie Lou Sudduth of consumption daughter of Mr G Wash Sudduth of this county STEFFEN In this city on Wednes day Mr Fred Steffen aged about 3 5 years of heart failure Mr Steffen was a marble cutter in the employe of R J Lynch The remains were sent to Cincinnati on Thursday morning for interment EVANS In this city on Wednes day night Mrs Lucy Swigert Evans widow of the late Maj Humphrey Evans after a long illness aged snout years Mrs Evans was the daughter of the late beloved Mr Jacob Swigert Sr and was born and raised in thi city She was twice married Th first time to Mr Thos J Conn wit only lived a few years Later she married Maj Humphrey lamrily of children all but one vhom have preceded her to the f She leaves one istetM Swigert of Indianapolis indj andI two brothers Mr Daniel Swigert of Lexington and Mr Jos Swigert of this city and a host of relatives an friends to mourn her death Mrs Evans was a member of the Methodist Church The funeral services were conducted by Rev J O A Vaught on yesterday morning and the remains were laid to rest in the lamily lot in our beauti ful cemetery MEETING TO BE HELD AT THE SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH On Monday Rev Sanford Logan wilt be here to begin a meeting at the Southern Presbyterian Church Mr Logan is a preacher of such ability as has given great success his o efforts In such meetings in the past We predict a prosperous sea son to this church mill community under his ministrations ff Master Western Berryman of Ir vine who has been visiting his grandparents Capt L T West and wife returned home on Tuesday even ing Rheumatism IIhavo found a tried and tested euro for Rheu theIBut I can g vtsurely kill the pains and m pangs of this deplorable disease In Germanywith a Chemist in tke City of Darmstadt I found the last ingredient with Which Dr Snoops Rheumatic Remedy was made perfected dependable prescription Without that last ingredient I successfully treated many many cases of Rheumatism but now at last ituni fonnly cures all curable cases of this heretofore granulartand pass away wider the action of this remedy as freely as does added to pure water And then cot these poisonous wastes freely pass from the system and the cause of Rheumatism is gone forever There ii now no real need no actual excuse tofeufler longer without help We sell and In confidence recommend Dr Shoops RemedyCAPITOL Made in artistic and origi ral patterns only Your Knives Forks Spoons etc will be correct in every way if they bear the tnde mark 1847 log rs Bros The newest designs are shown in Catalogue No 53 Sent free lundc i sly by Iitcrtiif mal ri1cr Co Successor tol1t MEWPItN BRITANNIA LFA = q olnRID Com 7 a 111 SOLD IW THEATRICAL MRS WIGGS OF THE CABBAGE cPATCH Ilrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch comes to the Capitol Theatre next Wednesday September 25th So logically true to human nature Is this play so genuinely good ant lovable is Mrs Wiggs and so stirrin ly do pathos and comedy succeed each other that there is little wonder that English audiences have taken s kindly to the dear optimistic lad who has created no end of fun for the past five years from one end of the United States to the other We are glad to know Mrs Wiggs iof the Cabbage Patch and all the lit tie Wiggses They are a family of which America may well be proud says the London Tribune In fact all of the Londons dramatic critics have taken kindly to Mrs Wiggs which auraeIsas a play but is a picture of life are unanimous in declaring that l is clean and wholesome and presents tn R most convincing manner the joys e and rAmances of clpsetona eopleSeat sale opens at Bar retts Monday September 23 Thde Sen Girl under the direction of Melville B Raymond who isre sponsible for Buster Brown another successful attractions will come to the Capitol Theatre for one performance on next Thursday September 26th This will be her initial bow to local theatregoers D J McGrath has the principal comedy role Daffy Dan an escaped lunatic The Seminary Girl is a comedy with music and is witty tuneful filled with clean cut comedy possesses a magnificent scenic equipment and gorgeous cos tunics which harmonize Mr Ray mony has selected a company of sterling artists for the production includ ing Miss Florence Lawrence Ben Mulvey LottiQ Lawrence Georgo Wright D L Mctirath Fanny parow Grant Miss Eliza Harris The Irien sal Quartet and a capable chorus of 40 stunning show girls Seat sale opens at Barretts Book Store Tuesday morning September 24 at seven oclock BIG EDDY Mrs B F Fannin has bought a part of the farm of Mr J H Fannin Miss Emily Woodson has been visit ing Miss Nellie Richardson of Choate vine Mrs B F Fannin has been the guest of her parents Mr Hiter Mitchell and wife near the Old Crow this week When a big blast was let off on the Highland Railroad one day this week a large rock was thrown high in theI au and falling went through the roof of Mrs Marrs house inflicting con- esillra damage The work of grading on the High land Railway is proceeding very rap- Idly now They have a large force of men at work- Tracklaying has commenced on the road also It is understood the trains will be due to run on this road by Christ mas G M liftlt J f r t M A SELBERT TH- ELEADING JEWELER IIIE Louisville HeraldA- N IDEAL NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME The Louisville Herald Is recognized as a fair clean fearless newspaper It has no political alliances and is ab sohntely free to express its opinion on arty subject whatsoeverthe welfare Commonwealthgand our people the only duty completeyalways reliable SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE NEWS OF KENTUCKY Our Regular Subscription Prices 400ISUNDAY But if you so desire you can make Roundabouteand The Louisville Herald 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making an awful recordlslIas a cause of sudden deaths It is beat tag heartfailure in its ghastly harvest CJYou read in the papers daily of appar beingIafter a hearty meal and of their pbysicianIJThis should be a warning to you whoa suffer with regular or periodical attacks of indigestion If these unfortunate vie tims of acute indigestion had taken a Jsmall dose of Greens August Flower be fIhaveqAugust Flower prevents indigestion by crea ng good digestion It also regulate the liver purifies the blood and tones up ndG the entire system in a natural way 1sli qTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists J For sale by J W Gayle M Scrofulous syphilitic and mercurial ulcers or any old sore cured or money returnedMITCHELL v REMEDY COrFrankfort Ky Aug 32m Dr WMTMTB Syrvp wad CrateMMMfel tzMtoMri tn blood and Ua diMUM f 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 P G SOWER GO307309 Main Street Hardware MerchantsoBoth Phones RELIGIOUS ASCE N S ION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn the rec tor will conduct the services 11 a mt Morning Prayer and Ser mon 730 p m Evening Prayer 93o a m Sundayschool in the chapelWednesday evening prayer at 730 p public generally Invited toat tend FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev- N B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 in the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 630 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday evening ff30 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seata tree =CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev J M Severance will preach at 11 a m and 730 p Sundayschool at 930 a m in the chapel Prayermeeting on Wednesday even dng at 730 oclock in the Chapel Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCH R v Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct services as follows Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers and prayer at 730 p m l FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Kev J L ZeiGler the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m r Sundayschool at 930 a IL Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 630 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHRev J S Sims the new pastor will preach at 11 a m and 130 p m Rev J O A Vaught Presiding Elder will conduct the serviceSundayschool at 930 sacramentalI Epworth League meets at 645 p mj Prayermeeting on Wednesday even 2ng at 730 p Everybody mIJSOU HERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pas tor will preach at 11 a m and 730 u mYoung Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p Everybody invited to attendJ BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday echool at 330 oclock p m THORN HILL There will be Sun dayschool every Sunday afternoon in the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p m f BRIDGEPIRT PRESB YT E R I A N CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe closed a successful meeting at Bridgeport on Wednesday night The Sunday school will meet there tomorrow at l three oclock after which Mr Crowe will preach l 1 4 r 16i dJ0 ADVERTISED LETTERSI The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frank fort Ky postofllce for the week end ing September 21 1907 Adams Mrs Mary F BrIner Mrs Mollie V Brooks Mrs Ella Blackston Miss Anna Coffey John W c Davis Miss Fannie Devers Miss Ethel Deilny Mrs Ellen Gaines Mrs Griflie Miss FlorenceI Holland Thomas Hamilton Sic Hensley Henen Hash A G Hicks Clayborn C Johnson Johnle Jacobs John Kennedy Miss Julie Karnes Henry Hughes Mrs Zedrick Love Miss Sadie Moore Wm V V Miller Christ 1 14f J1 rnv Pulllam Mrs Rachel 1 Price Tom Paris Miss Ora Rodlef Sam Smithy Henry Smidley Henry Straus Oscar E Winters Ben Willson Miss Annie Wippett Willie- WarnJohn Webster Mrs Lucy Water Mrs John When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M J e MOTHER OF JUDGE R L STOUT SERIOUSLY HURT IMrs R H Stout o Versailles of Judge R L Stout was run over by a man riding a byclcle on Thursday last and seriously Injured her hip being broken Owing to this fact Judge Stout did not hold court yesterday being summoned to his home e PICKPOCKETS CAUGHT Two men who gave the names of Richard Donavan and Garrett Russ were arrested upon the arrival of the belated C R O train from Louisville on Thursday by Officers H Davis Harrod and J B Hamilton charged with having relieved Mr T P Cole a passenger of his pocket book a gold watch and a heavy gold ring while en route to this city It seems that Cole had dropped to sleep on the car and the men then touched him When the man discovered his loss the conductor was notified He failed to thud the goods but had the officers notified and when they searched the men the goods were found upon them They were at once lodged In jail to await the action of the grand jury OFFICERS OF BARACA CLASS The Baraca Class of the First nap tilt Church elected the following offi cers for the ensuing year on Tuesday nightPresidentCecil T Farmer Vice President J R Hedrlck Secretary C N stringfellow 1 4 THE KENTUCKY POSTMASTERS ASSOCIATION OFFICERSI The Kentucky Association of Post masters elected the following officers at Louisville this week President Rpbt E Woods Louis yule 1st Vice President Frank M Fish er of Paducah 2d Vice PresidentWm H Overby of Henderson 3d Vice President A 11 Hughes of Louisa Secretary Geo L Barnes of Frank fort Dont let the baby suffer from ecze ma sores or any itching of the skin Doans Ointment gives Instant relief cures quickly Perfectly safe for chil dren All druggists sell it GOOD MOVES At the meeting of the Business Mens Club onThursday night two good measures were put on foot The first wad 1r ordinance to ha presented to the City Council for bidding the sale of loose stock on the streets on court days or in fact any other time The second was to discourage anyI further steps for the betterment of the city until the practice of shyster lawyers in bringing damage suits for every sort of Imaginary damages against the city is discontinued- A committee was appointed to urge the passage of the ordinance above indicatedA was also appointed to urge the Legislature to pass a law putting cities and towns on the same tooting with counties as to damage suits on public roads Worry Almost Unnerved Me Heart Pains Short of Breath Faint and Languid DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me It has been five years since I was curedof heart trouble by your Heart Cure and Nerv ine and am just as sound as a dollar in that today For several I had llreathinEhadshort pains about the heart sometimes accompanied with fluttering would make me and least excite ment or mental worry would almost unnerve me I felt that the trouble was growing worse all the time and after trying many remedies prescribed by physicians withoutI obtaining relief I was induced to give our remedies a trial was relieved second day and after taking three or four bottles all symptoms were removed and have never showed 5ins of returning REV Gao KIRACOPEChincoteague Va There are symptoms of heart diseaseI which so closely of more com mon nervous disorders as to frequently mis lead the attending physician Often in cases of heart trouble the stomach kidneys IherorI lungs become affected Again the symptoms may be those of weakened nerves as tired feeling sleeplessness timidity the patient is easily eac table apt to worrywithout cause If have the least your hurt is weak study symptoms and begin the UM of Dr Miles Heart mat heart and blood tonic without a days- detay AU sell and first botdruggists guarantee tle Dr frocboek 00 Nervous and Heart Diseases Addrctt Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad r t H hI CosbY Patent AirIMt Baker and Heater IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in busyhousewifefrom light rolls to a Thanksgiving or Christmas turkey Still it looks just as neat as any heater made It is airtight and a great fuel saver Thousand tare be ing sold Thousands of housekeepers are enthusiastic Fine Cast 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GRASS TRACTION hfINTERURBAN LINES Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 1 p in and nt 9 and p m Leave Paris every hour from 0 a m to 7 p m and 10 p in Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour front 630 a in to 780 pm Ism ill and p m Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from 610 a m to 315 p m and at p m Versailles Division If Leave Lexington frown center ever hour from m to p m and nt 9 and in Leave Versailles very hour from 546- a m to 645p m and at 815 and 10 p m E T Phono l lOi Homo Phone 174 It T G INN Manager 2bf COUNTY COURT DAYS Following Is a list of the days county courts are held each month la counties which are contiguous by reason of facilities by rail to th9 capital Anderson Lawrenceburg3d Moa day Bath Owingsvllle 2d Monday Bourbon Paris3d Monday Boyle Danville 3d Monday 1ClarlEstill Irvine3d Monday Fayette Lexington2d Monday clayIyFranklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Ij Grant Williamstown 2d Monday Harrison Cynthiana =IthJ Monday Henry New Castle 1st Monday t Jessamine Nlcholasville 3d Moth dayLee t Beattyville 1th Monday Lincoln Stanford2d Monday Madison Richmond1st Monday Y1Mercer daynMontgomery Mt Sterling1st Mon 1 Nicholas Carlisle 2d Monday fIOldham Lagrange4th Monday Owen Owenton 1th Monday Pendleton Falmouth1st Monday Powell Stanton1st Monday f- Pulaskl Somerset3d Monday t Scott Georgetown 3d Monday Shelby Shelbyville2d Wayne Montlcello Ith Mondayt j Woodford Versailles4th Monday t lj r BLOCKADED Every Household in Frankfort Should Know How to Resist It jrhe back aches because tho kidneys nro blockaded Help the kidneys with their hard workThe back will fiche no moro LoU of proof that Doan Kidney Tills do this Its the best proof because it comes from Frankfort Wingate Thompson police olllcer ot 80 Murray street Frankfort Ky eays Ordinary backache is sum clout for any one to endure but when there Is added to It trouble with the kidney secretions which embarrasses you during the day and brews your sloop at night it Is no wonder the suffer is miserable and welcomes the means he employes to get relief It is hard enough for any 0110 to endure all such suffering and misery but for one as heavy as mysoif it seems to come doubly hard It was not until I learned about Donns Kidney Pills that I found a remedy that would do just what Is claimed for it I pro cured r box at J W Gayles drug store and their use corrected the ac tion of the kidney secretions relieved the dreadful aching in my back and helped me in every way There is no need to have any doubt about Doans Kidney Pills as they do exactly as representedFor by all dealers Price 50 cents I FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other THE NEW DEPOT PARTIALLY OC CUPIED The new Union Depot of the L N and F C Railroads was parti ally opened to the public on Thursday lastThe old shed Is being torn away and the contractors Messrs Scott Goin will begin the erection of the rest of the sheds on the east side at onceThe formal opening and dedication Rifttake nlauu Mur ndor toreau R yet splclesof the Business ienJClub t The first ticket was soldT on Thurs day afternoon over the F C Rail way to Mr I Davis who went toe Cincinnati d FRANKFORT BOY HONORED Mr Geo B Weltxel of St Louis Mo but a Frankfort boy has been appointed to the position of Secretary of the U S Legation in Costi Rica Mr Weitzel is a graduate of Halyard University is a son of the late Mr Jerome and Mrs Carrie Weitzel of this city He is a fine brainy young man Frankfort is shaking hands with her- selff over his success That our American rorcsts abouna in plants which possess the most valuable medicinal virtues Is abundantly attested by scores of the most eminent medical writers and teachers Even the untutored Indians had discovered the useful ness of many native plants before the advent of the white race This Informa tion imparted freely to the whites led the latter to continue investigations until today we Late a rich assortment of most valuable American medicinal roots o o o Dr Pierce bcMeros that our American for nd a Bicst valuable medicinal roots dbIecl1rpc pffectLJuJJj = ir noihn mns covery 71 1r ryen t cl Lj JIpIwlIQlI p tugLinset tonIC null rlpI1IJtor JIlL clean cr knn n to srlenr L sLcp Bla or mdtr astionrtorpid livtr tuncuonai and even valvular and other affections of the heart yield to Its curative action The reason why It cures thcto and many other ttrectlons Is clearly shown In a little book of extracts from the standard medical works which mailed free to any address by Dr V Pierce of Buffalo N Y to all secdinff request for the same C O Not less marvelous In the unparalleled cures It Is constantly rnaklns of womans many peculiar affections weaknesses and dlstrtsinir derangements Is Dr Tierces FaVorltcMrescrlptlorr Is amply attested by 0 uttUcstlmpnlals conI tributed byVefcrfeful natfpwfe who have been cured by tnI to v I Tri 11InfliTI perm lrnlularlllis rJ1nlnfJ u nnll tiiit ln Ifmfn rlu lrlm wnnknn ulcer- rflnnn tltrroc nniT hill no after many other ucr i tiled wluiclJes and physicians had failed cBoth the above mentioned medicines are wholb made up from the extracts ot native medicinal roots The processes cmI In their manufacture were with Dr PIerce and the arc carried on by tkllled chemists anti pharmacists with thoI IIld of apparatus and appliances speciallY dtshmed and for thlll purpose Both tree from and mtrllclnes are drugs AhablttormlnlharmfuliJl full list of their ingredients is printed on Mh Lottiewrapper fa r- tiere tryrk 1k jt f t r 44s iI r G w 0 tt 6r Olbfttaftl ta Su Q e TAXATION AND REFORM IN OREGON tt nrO e v 48rt Q 4 y e ev dl tl The legislature of the state of Ore gon has been working out taxation problems during its last session In line with other progressive states an amendment to the Oregon constitu tion Is proposed The citizens Inter ested In tax reform want an amend ment giving the legislature the broad power of classifying the subject of taxation and deciding what will be taxed for state and what for local pur posesOregon has had a taxation commis sion at work for some time From its report recently submitted the con elusion reached there Is that the gcnI eral property tax is not working and that it ought to be abolished in part at least It is suggested that it would be well to have separate sources of revenue for state and for local government and the only way to attain this Is amending the con stltutioniIMPROVING TAX LAWS Taxation is the subject of investiga tion and discussion in many states and three reports have been made b commissions which give un IItrendsonal property and the imposition of a progressive tax on inheritances The California commission is also oppose to taxing personal property but o1SI serts that if it is to bo taxed the fX1clUsitax on realty It Is further recommended that all corporations and 17TueIIancesklJ11chisolevies the Bay State could readly enough abolish the tax on realty as well as on personal property except for municipl purposes Here In Rhode Island tbo system ot taxation is inadequate and inequitable but no effort toward a betterment has been or is likely to be matte as long- i111tecQuntr Jtowjisjirejjrv the as cendantProvidence News Democrat State of Washington Has a Constitu tional Amendment to Permit Classification of Property For Taxation Purposes In common with other states that are seriously considering the better inent of tax laws Washington comes to the front with a proposition to amend Its state constitution Tile pertinent paragraph in the pro posed amendment reads TJie power of taxation shall ntribe sun mderod suspended or em tractid away Taxes shall be unllovm upon the same class of subjects ali shall be levied and collected for puo lie purposes A GOOD PLATFORM This platform has been adopted by the Ohio State Board of CommercelSI the slogan of its form Our purpose is to make Ohio th1 best state in the Union In which to earn a living operate a business ant- own property THE TOUCH THAT HEALS Is the touch of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the happiest combination of Arnica flowers and healing balsams ever compounded No matter how old the sore or ulcer is this salvo will cure it For burns scalds cuts wounds or piles it has no oqual Guaranteed by all druggists 25 cents NEW MAN TO HAVE CHARGE Mr FJ Arbegast of Pittsburg Penn has been elected assistant to the president of the prides Glass- Works He Is a man of large oxpe rienco In the manufacture of bottles the specialty of this worls v rrlnREV C V STROUSE VINDICATED IVo re glad to be able to state that Rev Clarence B tit rouse the noted Methodist Evangelist against whom some serious charges were made recently at Asheville N C has been triumphantly vindicated In a trial in court before Judge J C Pritchard The charges were thorougly investigated and were disproved a DeWittI Early Risers The famous little pIK jJ ft QUEEN QUALITY SHOES rEJU ILL T fiTTING ATTRACTIVE STYLES vtWe are really Avitl1 llle complete Fall display of these famous shoes They are priced at 300 350 and 400 The immense sale of these shoes is convincing proof of their merit They are unusual in style fit perfectly and have a way of making the feet appear snugly shod that very few shoes have Better select yours now while the line is complete FL KMcCLURE SONS Incorporated rcr 1 r rA 5- Gi NOINNATIO- ttD RETURN VIA fib C RY UND Y sEPt 29 SPECIAL TRAIN Leaving Frankfort 700 A PARTICULAR HUMANE APPEAL A humane citizen of Richmond ljul Mr U D Williams 107 West Main street SlShI appeal to all persons with weak lungs to take Dr Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has helped me and fully comes up to the proprietors recom I1HlIdn ion It saves more lives than all the other throat and lung medi cines put together Used as a cough and cull cure the world over Cures asthma bronchitis croup whooping cough quinsy hoarseness and phthinic stops hemorrhages of tho lungs arl builds them up Guaranteed tit all drug stores 50 cents and Trial bottle free BUCKS FOR SALE I have for sale three or four GOOD BUCKS Apply to BOWEN HENRY Sept 21tf Had dyspepsia or indigestion for years No appetite and what I did eat distressed me terribly Burdock Blood Bitters cured meI H Walker Sunbwry Ohio Iif JJ4 r garW THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR High Grade Vefiicles Than ever before The public have at last come to the conclusion that a CHEAP vehicle is DEAR at price Our work is strictly hand made and is sold underoja i uarantee that means something If you want a vehicle that is firstclass and will give perfect satisfaction drop us a card and we will call to see We know we can suit you in both quality and prices AH we ask is an opportunity to discuss the matter with you 7 i Seller Carriage GooVERSAILLES KY H K WAIID President BROAVXJXG and Treas =lllt3 j501Chattanooga and Return FROM Frankfort VIA I Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale Oct loth and 16th good returning Oct 30th For information ask Ticket 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