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THE FRANKFORt ROUNDABOUT i I GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO L CAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance i YOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1907 NO5I MERCHANrslIIK Staplo and Fancy Groceries Notions Cigars rind Tobacco and Country Produce No 510 Second St South Side New Phone 617 Old Phone 303 June loOin KOtiAiis I LECOMPTE GAYLE CO IJtworpornt rd shin Street LAUNDRY t The M 2s Laundry aims to do the best work in the State All work tailed for std deliver ed E G NELL Agent Office I 223 StClulr St up stairs j15- GmPLUMBING When in need of firstclass e1 IIor old sanitary work call Chas Whiten end 104 St street Ready at all times prices to suit the most tl ClairI Both Phones 105 juno l it Tho Frfl k1or1 Ico Co a Y Manufacturers of Pure Artificial Ice made from Distilled Water Factory Nos 102104 105 and 108 HIlIi BUSINESS MENS EXCUR LAT OVER OUR TRACTION CINES fS9 From the following letter it will be seen that the time for the Busines Mens excursion over thje Tfractiot Lines from this city to Versailles and t Lexington is set for Monday October 4thif excursion will go first to Ver sallies where a stop will be made long enough to have speeches of con gratulation by Versailles Business Mens Club and a reply from the Frankfort Business Mens Club At terwards the cars will proceed tc Lexington where a banquet will bi served speeches delivered a whirl lover the Belt Line and the Trotting Races will be visited At the conclu slon the merry company will then re- turnt home Mr John 11 Cassell Secretary of Business Mens Club Frankfort Ky Dear Sir On behalf of the Central Kentucky Traction Co I extend to the Frankfort Business Mens Club a cordial In vitation to make a pleasure trip in a body about October 14th over our new road between Frankfort and Lex ington stopping at Versailles as long as it may please you Club then con tinning the trip on to Lexington ar riving there in ample time to give any or all of your members time to attend tile trots which will be held about that date Yours very truly S D SALLEE Manager Central Kentucky Traction Co I REGISTER REGISTER Let all the city voters who wish to cast their votes In November next re member to go to their respective places of voting and register NEXT TUESDAY OCTOBER 1ST Boons will he open from a m to 9 p m Dont forget it BIG BARN BURNS The big tobacco and storage barn of Mr W B Jones on the Silas Noel place just below Leestown was de stroyed by fire at an early hour on Monday morning It was a total loss There was a l bl gcrop of tobacco hay and other w feed together with a large number of farming implements The loss was about 4000 with oily 350 insurance ii j J r ijJ fl Ajp PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY June 156n Both Phones 17 CBDital Stoam Laundry Ofllce Cor Main and Ann Ste Laundry Foot of Ann St FRANKFORT KY juno 15Gm wu In Addition to LUMBER- We sell the Celebrated Ham mor Pain and the hest Wan Plaster made Invincible HAMMOND CO Juno 6m NAT MILLER THE TAILOR Makes a Specialty of Dyeing Cleaning and Pressing Suits Made to Order 405 Main St Opp Capital Hotel june 16lim W J SCOTTOW Country Produce a Specialty Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Both Phones BridgeStreets june IfiCin OUR NEW DEPOT LOOKS METRO POLITAN b i ay rn ng aso ne union depot presented quite a metro politan appearance as there were three passenger trains there at abou the same timetwo L N and the westbound C 0 The crowd pres ent looked like one of the grand con tral depots of a big city CUTTING SCRAPE IN CRAW Ed Jones and Henry Shores twc Tennessee colored g mmen employed on the railroads engaged in a car ins match early Monday morning it classic Craw Jones slashed Shores with a pocket knife across the throat Officer Harrod arrested Jones am lodged him in the workhouse REGISTER REGISTER Let all the city voters who wish tc cast their votes in November next remember to go to their respective places of voting and register NEX1 TUESDAY OCTOBER IST Book will be open from 6 a m to 9 p m Dont forget it PHOTOS And all Htylos of Portraitu and at new CJallerr South Frankfort Bridge St Call on the Reliable Photo grllpherIH G MATTERN Have you a Gas Stove If not got one at alee and save money Call on us for a perfect at light price The Capital Gas Ei iIJuno IGlJm Light CO Iric r The South Side Meat I 11arketI The Host Beef Pork Fresh and Simtikeil I juno l IIandLiquors and Whereto Buy Them The Hure Foo4aww- ill not affect us ays and always will soil nothing but Straight Liquors ah l HIm n SA LENDER 45 jft Clair Every thing bnb the color The out in Troy the wash if dpnjjl omesI I Alfntlimnt CITY COUNCI OACT no e un Sl tj rltl the City Council to pass the ordinance forbidding stock sales at the corner of Slain and St Clair streets on county court days the City Council deferred action on Monday night un til later on This is understood to be the end of the matter The Council virtually ended the lunch stand business by voting to re fund the licenses issued to some of the owners also voted to have the much IIt repairs put upon the Opera House OLD FASHIONED FISTICUFF On Monday last the new depot was threecorneredwas Indulged In between Mr C B Johnson and Messrs P C Scanland and Thos Cunningham It seems that Johnson had brought some laborers here to work Highland Railroad and he accusedI the others of trying to get away from him hence the 1 ilREIf4D wt q OD Yiil Our car of Redwood Lumber and Shingles has arrived We can fur nish lumber for Hog Boxes BoatsI c Call or telepJloneI Ii 10IDaf CO Ll IIhP 1 01 J n SPECIAL JUDGE C G MARSHALL Owing to the fact that Judge R L Stout is at the bedside of his mother at Versailles he was unable to fur ther preside in the circuit court The Governor appointed Mr C G Marshall of the firm of Beard Marshall of Shelbyville to preside Ho- assumed the duties of the position or Monday morning CLEVER JIM BROWN NEW DEPOT MASTER One of the best and most efficient members of the Frankfort police force hrs been appointed Depot Mas ter of new Union Depot CaptI James Brown took charge on Monday last This is a first class appointment and is only a return of a clever and efficient gentleman to his first love Capt Brown was in the em untilICapt Henry Brown who it will be remembered fell in the discharge of his duty as an officer at the hands of a drunken and infuriated man a number of years agc Capt JasI Brown was appointed to the police force ns his fathers successor Right well has he discharged his tryst His familiarity with his work will make him very efficient in caring for his new charger To check a cold get from your druggist some little Candy Cold Tablets called Preventics Druggists everywhere ere now dispensing Pre ventics for they are not only safe but decidedly certain and prompt Preventics contain no Quinine no lax ative nothng harsh nor sickening Taken at to sneeze stage Proven jjjcs will prevent Pneumonia Bron 1ra Grip P19 ec tle na ifte1I ttt 1teverfiffi children 48 Preventics 25 cents Trial Boxes 5 cents Sold by Capitol ENTERS MISS ASH MORES HOUSE The house of Miss Lucy Ashmore almost the Institute for Fee iIalnjstreetladder to the second floor on Sunday morningIt that Miss Ashmore was at the bedside of her sister in Ver sallies IA small trunk was taken which con tained a small amount of money and some valuable papers It was found on the ground outside partially the papers destroyed were tlrIe CHOATEVILLE HONOR ROLL IThe following names are the pupils were on the roll of honor for the week ending September 20th Rhoda Belle Bixler Lena Pierce Ethel Moore Hugh Moore Ora Kennedy Ruth Hulett Lucy PierceLDA S SEMONES Teacher Stomach troubles Heart and Kid ney ailments can be quickly correct ed with a prescription known to drug gists everywhere as Dr Shoops Re storative The prompt and surprising relief which this remedy immediately brings is entirely due to its Restora tive action upon the controlling nerves of the stomach etc A weak stomach causing dyspepsia a weak heart with palpitation or inter mitent pulse always means weak stomach nerves or weak heart nerves Strengthen these inside or controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quickly these ailments disappear Dr Shoop of Racine WIs will mall samples free Write for them A test will tell Your health is certainly worth this sample trial Sold by Capitol Pharmacy fl4l tJ BIG SHIPMENT k Ot1 INFiHTS ANU- UHILIJBENS CLOAKSJust We have them in all the new shades white red brown blue and black These little gar ments are all tailor h made fStri tlcassf cn tftIiIPFJoI s 11 9 Infants Cloak like cut above ill white and colors special value 350 Childrens Cloaks in t new plaid and fancy mixtures special values 350 and upwards r fitC Kagin Bro 4143 St Clair Street l LAST OF SEASON The P C and Q C Railways will run the last excursion of theyseason to Cincinnati tomorrow Sun day The train will leave this city at 7 a in sharp stopping at all sta tions and reaching Cincinnati at 10aO a in Returning the train will leave Cincinnati at C10 p m and reaching home by p m These excursion have been enjoyed by a vast number of people this summer Fare only 125 WHAT IS A HOME What constitutes a home Folk or furniture A house or those who inrhabit it This is a mystery that tho wayward pen can not solve with a flourish A home is expensive indeed writ includes all who are born In its charmed circle and ninny more be sides but is it a thing that grows that is subject to evolution Wake the answer to suit yourself let it be t whimsical or serious f but you may be sure that the spirit of home is not to be found in warehouses nor in the auction shops It is an ethereal es sence with a fluency which fills every corner from cellar to garret and also hives out its perfume even to tho stranger that enters the door And if you have over had a whiff of this subtile perfume count yourself fortu nate among the children of men Joel Chandler Harris in Uncle Re r muss Magazine for October t t t tJ WEITZELS FALL SPECIALS file Ladies Home Journal Patterns the reliable pattern to do your home sewing Only 10 and 15 cents Get thQ new lan Style Book Free HARLE viiiiiac rIt tt Ie = PERSONAL Miss Laura Starling left Tuesday for Greenville Miss Mrs Win Cromwell is visiting her fronds at Millersburg ur ij C Roemele left Saturday for a trip to St Louis 110ICol Albert Scott of Louisville was in the city Wednesday 1rs Win Cromwell has returned front trip to CincinnatiIMrs P Fall atIhr Mr W O Davis of Versailles tended circuit court this week JIn E El Hoge returned night from a trip to Wyoming Yiif Mrs W H VanWinkle visited rij friends in Louisville this week xi3 IVyYnJnS returned from ng W Va on Tuesday Miss Iida Edelen returned Satur tzi day from a visit to Louisville Mr John B ONeal o Covington attended U S Court this week Mss Florence Kendall of Louisville is the guest of Mrs L B Marshall Versaillesrv u attended the U S Court vs Mr E F Trabue of Louisville attended the U S Court this week Mr W C Marshall has gone to Billings Mont on a business trip Mr Chas G Mutzenbiirgh left Wednesday for a visit to Paducah Miss Jacque Ellwanger left Monday for Dayton Ohio to attend school Mr L B Weisenburgh Sr and wife visited in Louisville this week Judge W H Holt of Louisville at tended U S Court here tais week lodge A P Humphrey of Louis vine attended U S Court this week Miss Bush Sho waiter has returned from a visit to friends in Louisville Mrs Jas H Sower of Lawrence burg is the guest of relatives here Judge Jos D Hunt of Lexington attended U S Court here this week Mrs Julian Tilford and children have returned from a visit to Louis yule Mrs Jennie T Cardwell returned Friday night from a visit to Louis yule Col John T Shelby of Lexington attended the U S Court here this week Mrs Belle Shannon left Monday for Indianapolis Ind to visit rela tives Mr L F Johnson went to Mt Ver non on Monday to attend circuit courtMiss Effle T Lewis returned Mon day from a visit to friends in Louis ville Mrs W T Lindsey and children of Tryon N C are guest of relatives heretMrs S W Hager is visiting her sister Mrs C J Norwood in Lexing tnSMr r John M Stevenson of Winches r1rI All the new shades with trinll lings that are stylish and popular prices to suit every pocketbook ta J rrJ8th tc t tr i a atII h r J l i ten attended the U S Court LS wtvk Mrs W R Wells returned Saturday front a visit to relatives in Anderson county Mr Ben S Washer of the Louis vhle Herald was in the city on Wed nesday IDr K C Roemele has returned from a to St Louis Mo and Dayton Ohio IIlIsses Hortense and Virginia LeeI of Danville are guest of Mrs Cecil Farmer Mrs John E Miles is visiting her daughter Mrs A M Wilson in Lex ington Mr C N Stringfellow went to Stamping Ground on Saturday to vtsl friends Rev C R Hudson and wife re turned from a trip to Europe on Mo day night Mrs E E Hume and MisB Eleanor have returned from Louisville v meetjingtills week Mrs C Gran Graham of Lexington is the guest of Mrs Jacob L Cox South Side Hon Geo W Long Surveyor of theI Port at Louisville was in the Wednesday Mrs B T Quinn of Georgtown is the guest of her niece uliss Jauie W Dehoney Mrs E C ORear is visiting her son Mr Prentiss ORear in Mont gomery county Mrs S A Graves and Mrs X B Smith left Tuesday for Pleasureville to visit relatives Mr Charles Clark of Louisville spent Sunday with his niece Miss Annie Herndon Mrs W J Sargenr of Covington was the guest of Mr R C Hieatt and wife this week- Attorney Field McLeod of Ver stiles attended the courts in this city this week Mrs 1 S Weathers and daughter left Saturday for a visit to relatives at Lexington Judge A E Richards of Louisville was in attendance upon the courts here this week Miss Jennie Sharp of Coviti ton was the guest of Mrs A Fox Rt pass this week Mr John M Scott of Louisville spent Sunday here with his mother Mrs W T Scott Mrs Robt Farmer and Miss Laura French visited relatives at Nashville Tenn this week Mrs Thos A Hall and daughter have returned from a visit to relatives in Nelson county Mrs Barb Blacburn of Georgetown was the guest of Mrs Bettie Benton this week Mr Albert H McClure and wife and Miss Hattie McClure have gone New York City Judge W Alcorn of Stanford was in attendance upon the U S Court on Monday Mrs Hiram Berry and Miss Cliutle i Jf Cunningham have returned from a visit to Louisville Mr W G Simpson and son YoG Jr returned from their vacation spent in Michigan Gen Fayette Hewitt and Mrs Virgil Hewitt left Tuesday ror Washington City and Jamestown Va I111ss Nettie Huston who has been the guest of Mrs John C Davis left Monday for Mrs WilmoreIdren left Saturday for a visit to friends in Cincinnati Ohio Misses Ada and Ora Scottow who have been visiting friends in Ver sallies have returned home Mr Howell Scott of Lexington- t was the guest of his parents Col J A Scott and wife on SundayIMr Jf daysnreturned home on Wednesday Satrurday frpm P t1 his daughter MrsCVi Koop in Louisville Mrs Sam Stone of Kenwood Louis vine who has been the guest of relatives here has gone home Mr H K Ward of the Seller Car riage Co came in over the Traction line from Versailles on Thursday I1Irs Edwin G Nicewanner of Pitts burg Penn is the guest of her pa rents Dr N J Saw ier and wife forIenter Harvard University Law School Mrs C W Johnson of Hebbards ville who has been the guest of Judge T J Nunn has returned home Miss Elsie Leavy who has been the guest of Miss Lelia Berryman has re turned to her home in Fayette county Mrs N 1 McDaniel who has been visiting her daughter Mrs C Y Tugglo at Lexington has returned Jessie Fauntieroy of Gates ville Texas who has been the guest of Mrs N B Hays has returned Winn Winchester who has been the guest of her sister Mrs W F Damlridge returned home on Mon dayMrs J J Brooks of Versailles who has been the guest of her uncle Judge W L Jett has returned home Miss Nellie Orblson has returned to her home in SL Louis Mo after a visit to relatives here and In Wood ford county Mrs Chas D Clay who has been the guest of her mother irs R P Pepper left for her home in Lexing ton Tuesday Miss Amy Lyons of Louisville who has been the guest of liar parents Capt W 11 Lyons and wife returned home Monday Mrs Blanche K Green of Louis vide who has been the guest of her mother Mrs Cordoba Kendall has returned home Mrs J B Eastin of Lexington was called here on Monday by the illness and death of her mother Mrs C W Merchant Sr Continued on page 3 lk r S i 01t v dJ I lt1 HEENEYS Lace Curtain and Muslin Sale OARror arAan4tawrJlwYWUaM MW WAraMISVMexWtrNrsnwvl ntnlflY 7cr arDotted Swisses Muslins and Curtain Nettings in ilicludinglrishr ette stylestlCOATS AND SKIRTS- We are getting in daily our Coats and Skirts and want every lady in Frankfort to see them They pricesOur in the citytt 1 F S J HEENEY n p I Value JOHN DRISCOLL Quality The Leading Grocer The Pioneer DenIer in High j Grade Kentucky HandtMade Sour Mash Whiskies f Dont forget the placetJOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky f FOB SALE House And Farm will oiler at Public Sale to the- highest and hest bidder on TneHda Oct 1 J007 Sale to begin at 10 oclock My house mid farm situated ono hull milo from Evorgreon Ihnrcli between Bridgeport duel Farmdale The farm contains 72 acres well watered and in grans except 7 odes Nice young orchard of 200 trees und about acres of nice level laud Also 4 good Milch Cows ti tour months old Calves 8 tat lions 10 stacks of May 1000 good boards Mowing Machine Oat Drill louse Spring Wagon Phaeton 2 Sets of Harness Plows anti Menu and Farming utensils Terms All sums of 10 cash over that amount months note with in terest Terms on fm1101l0 half cash balanco in one and two years E GAKDNKIi Sept 74t I KILL IAN CURE I WITH THE COUGH II THE LUNCSII Dr Kings I IIIAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOR OR YONY BEPUNDED I 11 U 50 YEARS- FXPERIENCI tw n TRADE MARKS DESIGNS II COPYRIGHTS e Anyone Bending a sketch and description msj ascertain our opinion free au Invention probably ronimunlov IIons strictly confidential on Intetoa gent free ldestaBeneyforascuring atent at cuts taken Muui t receive octal nottte without Scientific Bilericasi t h nd omeljr lllustrnted weekly LnrBGst cir culation of any nclentlUa journal Terms a year four months 1 Sold bran newsdeale- rsPrlINN8Co301Broad New York llrancr K5 F SU Vftuhluuiuu IX Dr Weavers Treatment- S 1 for the blood Cerateforekiaerap- tioosChesapeake Ohio HyWQI Schedule in ellticl Nov 25 1900 sub ject to change without notice r aphis021 A M and JU P M Dally Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadel plus New York Richmond Old Point and NorfolkS1016 A M and 801 P M Daily s JBlyr i 1ii P TIlE NEW WAY TOI TAX MORTGAGES Growth in favor of the Registra lion Plan Several States Now Tax at Five Dollars a Thousand When Lodged For RecordHavingGood It will be interesting when a yea has rolled around to estimate tho amount of tax that has been collected In Kentucly by the state and by coup ties on real estate lien notes and mortgage notes This subject of mort gage taxation is one that ICentuch should very carefully consider In most states it has been recognized that to tax mortgages Is to Impos- double taxation since by the borrow ing of money upon real estate no new property has been created but only the same property twice It has beet 3constd I however that the state is A entitled to some revenue jfromthlM I source and other states have solve- dthe problem by levying a registration tax upon mortgages Under this sys tem when a mortgage is filed for record it pays a tax of five dollars on each thousand dollars of the amount secured by the mortgage No subse quent tax Is imposed and the entire amount of the tax collected goes into the state treasury Where this system has been tried the result has beet a considerable In Y4crease In the revenue from taxation 4ofmortgages The system which wo fr are trying in Kentucky by which tho county clerk Is required to make n correct return to the assessor of all mortgages gives very little chance for any mortgages to escape taxation so that to adopt in Kentucky the sys tom of a registration tax on mort t gages would not be productive oCI more revenue and might possibly be productive of less but it Is question able whether the slight additional revenue derived from these mortgages makes up for the injustice done to the borrowers of money It is not conceivable that a man will lend money at 6 or 6 per cent and then pay from 21 J to 3 per cent in tho way of tax anl yet it would amount to this In very many of our Kentucky cities anal towns Rather than do so since heI can not now under tho lawavold dlsI closing his possession of the mort gage tho lender will simply retire from tho money lending market iThese restrictions curtail the amount of money that will bo loaned on mort gages and result In a hardship to bor rowers It should be remembered 1I also that the borrowers affected In hMthis case are of tho wry best class who need to raise money on their farms men of small means who desire to borrow money to build homes as welL as men who nle1p u 3 THE FAsHI0NDIsPLAYW7- eare making is simply superb Every correct late model in Ladies Suits and Cloaks Dress Goods with just the right style shade and exclusive trimmings for each make our store a veritable Fashion Bazar Suits Serviceable all Wool Suits 15 Handsome Exclusive Models 2500 Suits that express individual styles in every line 35 to 50 Special Suits for Little Women Shirt Waists Net Waists are the thing Ecru or White Net Waists over Silk 5 00 and 600 Plaid Silk Waists 8100 FARLVIERreal estate to ala them in1 extensive building or industrial operations The possibility of borrowing the money they need from private sources has always been of great advantage to people of these classes especially in small towns and cities where there are not so many trust companies mak ing loans The lender might stand- the burden of the tax If ho were lowed to add that amount to his rate of Interest but he Is headed off In that direction by the usury laws many cases he takes chances on thi point and by various devices will con trive to collect from the borrower some extra premium by way of offset martrgage In this way the burden falls direct on the borrower and must In evhably tend to Increase tho interest rate on mortgage loans That a tax on mortgages does so gage loans has been clearly proved b the experience of New Yj thereewill be any opposition e tax on mortgages on the part j rporatlons which have money to ha since bylaw banks and trust companies are not specifically taxed on their mort gageloans anybanker sUkes to see anything done that restricts the thenstate for such restriction of available capital means restriction of busl ness restriction of all forms i more prosperous Experience has up to this time demonstrated that the only beneficiaries of the attempt 1o rigidly tax mortgages are the foreign Insurance companies which como into the state and lend their money and being resident in other states do not have to pay a tax on their mortgages The same registration tax wher It has been adopted is applied to the mortgages filed by railroad and other corporations This Is proving a more effective way of taxing bonds than to take the chance of individual holder being willing to give them In for tax ation which they generally fall to do In view of the fact that the hoods rarely pay more than 5 to 10 per cent and threefifths to threefourths of this would have to be given to the tax gatnelEI ir rna Donas are listed with the assessor And men will not willingly submit to confiscation The subject of taxing credits Is one of the most difficult In the realm of taxation and it is a field where ails takes are most costly because It Is the taxation of this form of property that drives capital from the com munity and to drive capital from the community means the curtailment rf all the enterprises that build up tho community and add to its populations and to tho value of its real estate e o Jlr Win Rogers Clay Commission er of the Court of Appeals has moved his family from Lexington gone to housekeeping In the nndl Mrs J 1l Chins corner land Shelby streets Cloaks 50 inch Cloaks in the new Mar chionery Fitted Models 1000 to 4000 Childrens Cloaks Superbassortment 300 to 1500 Merode Underwear Light Fall Weight Gloves New Fall Shades Neckwear Belts Hose PLRSONALSC- ontinuen from page 2 Eov Dr M 3J Adams went to Louisville on Friday ji 1Dr Jno A Lewis of Georgetown- was in attendance ipon the U S Court yestorday Mr Chns G Payne returned City ow Mr W B Jolly of Richmond but formerly in the express office here is the guest of his brother Mr A B Jolly in J S Sims and wife of Lexing IHearrived here Saturday where Mr comes as the pastor of the Churchy Mrs Chas Newton and daughter Miss Eliza who have been guests of Col J R Newton In Chicago Ills have returned Mim- e1Theodore T OH Samuels of Loulsvile Wsit west of friends land relatives here and was out fishing on Elkhorn this Week Mrs Mary Hensley who has been the guest of relatives here and in Versailles returned to her home Annapolis Md on Monday Mr YoH Watts of Lexington who has been living in that city for some time was in this city on Thurs day and made us a pleasant call Mrs Wade H egos and daughter of Greenville Miss who nave been guests of her parents Gen D W Lindsey and wife have returned to their home Mrs Sallle Pulliam and Miss Fan nlo Dawson who have been the guests of Mr John C Davis VSastj Side have returned to their home in Nelson county Editor Geo A Newman of the Louisville Herald was here on Satur day to appear before the grand Jury as a witness In regard to the Baileys Mill Stub Book matter Mr II R Smith Freight Agent and Passenger Agent of the Louisville and Atlantic Road Versailles came hero over the Interurban Line on Thursday and made us a pleasant callIThe Baracca Class of the First Baptist Church huH their annual ex cursion on Moaday night on the yacht Georgie They left at 7 p m returning about 1C30 They had a de lightful trip n liliiIMM 3Iww Ml 111J I r om D 1 AYLOI II TILE PREMIER KENTUCItV WHISKEYE H TAYLOR Jr SONS ProprietorsFrankfort Kentucky N iJlij Dress Goods 38 inch all Wool Serge 50c 52 inch Fine Broadcloth worth 125 100- Beautiful J Novelties 100 to 200 yard SilksfHandsome Plaid for Waists 36 inch Black Tailetta 100 I S nrorty statet tos RAILROAD TIME TABLE WEST BOUND No 19 L N Frankfort Accommodation departs 535 a m dally ex cept Sunday No Gl L X departs 755 a m Sunday only No 21 C 0 Via Shelbyvllle departs 9tu a m daily No li L N departs 940 a m daily ettit Sunday No 15 L N departs 320 p m dally except Sunday No 2J C 0 Via Shclbyville departs G15 p nt daily EAST BOUND IS L N leaves 950 a m 1No except Sunday No 22 C 0 leaves 10 IS a m 16 L N leavee 435 p m dally ex npt Sunday No 20 L N Frankfort Accom mtodative arrives G15 p m daily except Sunday No 24 Ct 0 leaves 759 p m dally No 62 L N leaves 826 p m Sunday only C 0 trains arrive and depart from Seventh Street Station Louisy vllle L N trains except Frankfort Accommodation arrive and depart from Tenth and Broadway Station Louisville Franlfort Accommodation arrives and departs from First and Water Street Statio- nFC Leaves for Paris60 a RCturnsl125 a m Leaves for Paris 200 p Returns720 pm- J W WATSON Ticket Ag Frankfort Ginoinnati BU The Midland Route Local Tim TableI- N EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 MoIiig4lI Switzer M IS Stamping Ground 4l J tiiG Duvall 1006 16 O Johnson f Geor u town l nC S j i5 Xuwtown M tt Ontervllle 50S112 710 AI Paris fL 81 iiH QkCKentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with fi BETWEEN CINCINNATIVIA =A 11 1i PM iL Frtuikfort Ar X 2UnBETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA Pvms P ll GW 12 to Lv Frankfort Ar Lv Ocortrotown Ar IP 60 5I Lv Parts Ar Ar Cincinnati Lv KENTUCK CENTRAL B R POINTS uuP L r jrop J 47P A rsukiortTAII 04A 020P WA A 544P JOAj245PRnor 2M A U I502P 54P A CincinnatiI255pl txP A GBO R HARPER C W HAY Pre andGcnl gupt G A genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold in one day IlOne WANTED hundred women and girl9iAppfy at the Shoe FactoryilHOGEMOXTGOMERY CO Sept 143t if r a A CAMPAIGN OFFER tt The Most Liberal Campaign Offer Ever Made by The Evening Post iFrom Now to November 9 1907 FarFOne Dollar l If you want to rearl the news when i + It is news If you want only the news that Is new and true you should readaThe Evening Post Think of getting Kentuckys greatest newspaper for only one dollar from now until No vember 9 Count tee time around and see the great LookjEvening Post readers In your borhood snd who whey are convinced that The Evening Post la the biggest brightest and best daily in the South Even if you are now taking some other paper how can you afford to miss this opportunity to secure The Evening Post atsuch a greatly reduc ed rate Bear in mind that tals offer is uncle only for those who oai not pet The Evening Post throng a car rier or agent The offer Is made for mail subscribers only ih sa living In to country or in small towns whtro the paper can not he delivered by our agents From now tntil November election for rely 100 Address The Eveing Poet Loulsvlle Ky or Rourjlriout Frankfort Ky tf Low Rates One way and Round Trip to the West Southwest and Northwest la IT Henderson Route 1 FROM LOUISVILLE KY COLONIST IiOne way Second Class Tickets on Sale daily Sept to Oct 31 1907 13455IS3705 OulUJ SPOKANE WASH- ELLENSI3URG WASH 1MULLAN IDAHO PORTLAND TACOMA OREYISAN FRANCISCO LOS SAN oJCorresponding Low Rates to Points in MONTANA IDAHO and UTAH HOMESEEKERSYaTickets on sale First and Third Tues days in each month Return limit 21 aud 30 daysiTO Ioijiavs t ARIZONA ARKANSAS NEW MEXICO TERRITORYITEXAS Louisville KytrSept H7ty f rrk1 i TfleFranKfortflounflaDoui t W = p = filtered at the postotllce at Frankfort Kei TtuckrIIS icondiiass mailnblu matter = = = = ALEVIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT SEPT 28 907 OUI THAT STUD BOOK DISAPPEARS The stub book of the Baileys Mill precinct of the 1903 election has very mysteriously disappeared from the of lice of the County Clerk of this count Who has it or who abstracted it from the place it was placed by Count Clerk Smith is the question which the grand jury would like to have solvedIt s very much like the parties guilty of that grave offense against the law and the purity of elections were endeavoring to destroy the evi dences of their guilt Let the laws dragnet gather them in is the wish of all honest men INTERURBAN LINE OPENS First Car Through From Versailles on Saturday Evening As we predicted in our last issue the rails on the Frankfort Ver sailles fraction Line were coupled up on Saturday afternoon and the first car reached this city shortly after night It was one of the cars used by the working force on the line The second car came over on Sunday awl was occupied by the road officials and a few invited guests who greatly enjoyed the privilege Cars used by the road force were run every day for their use only until Wednesday when the two hour sched ule for passenger cars was put in force commencing at G a m to last until Monday October 14 when the regular schedule will become effect tive and cars will run from each end of the line commencing at C oclock a m and continuing until 11 pm probably skipping one or two hours of the evening in keeping with the order on the other three lines out of Lex ingtonIOn Wednesday morning the first regular car of the line came in from Versailles at 755 having made the run from Lexington In one hour and fiftyfive minutes included in which a was a stop of ten minutes at Ver sailles The car was in charge of rman George Thornton with Jordan as Conductor Mr JAr i r Smith Master of Transportation b d Mr George McLeod Chief Engi neer of this branch Mr Henry Bush Car Dispatcher together with several J others whose names we could not learn were on board The car remained here until 805 a m when it started on the return L journey The fare for the round trip to Versailles is forty cents and from this city to Lexington Is seventy cents fifteen cents less than by railroad This Is an achievement which has been long looked for and its accomplishment tt just now when so ninny persons had about come to the con I clusion that it would not be finished before spring comes in the nature of a pleasant surprise orOLD COLORED MAN ASSAULTED Henry Grayson an old colored man who lives just beyond the city limits on the Versailles pipe was going home in his wagon about 9 oclock on Monday night when although he tried to get out of the way two white men in a vehicle ran into him This enraged the men when one of them jumped from the vehicle and proceeded to beat up the old colored man with a rock leaving hum on the side of the road When found by some gentlemen the old man was nearly unconscious He was taken home where he lies in a serious condition his face and one side of his head being horribly beaten up OFFICERS OF REGISTRATION AND ELECTION The following gentlemen were pointed the registration and electionIiolllcers for the ensuing Messrs R C Hieatt Richard I and Lee Buckley the election board for this county Voglers Z T Thomason D judge Frank Sheetinger R judge William Cromwell D sheriff Win 11 Saffell R clerk Bridge Howard Johnson D judge Ben Groom R judge E P Thompson D clerk W II VanWinkle R sheriff Gas House Morgan Brawner D judge Dick Johnson D sheriff J A ONan R judge- F E Lewis IL clerk Court House Elwood Hamilton D clerk Lymnn S Graham D judge Grand Barnett R sheriff V Berberich R judge Gaines Stable T G Newman D sheriff Frank Dalley D judge Joan C Mastin R clerk John W Milam R judge Market House Pat Lillis D judge E Q Lee D clerk Toni MorenR clerk Curt Thompson R clerk Kenneys Mill W S Polsgrove D sheriff W S Howell D judge John Daley CR clerk K 1 McDanlel R judge COUNTY PRECINCTS 1 Purrington J D Parker D clerk llobt Hawkins D judge Green R sheriffIGeorge Bashford R judge Uterbacks Geo W Johnson D judge R G Nicol DJ sheriff R G Tharp R judge- D B Walcutt R clerk Bridgeport- W A Powers D clerk Rick Kirk D judge Lester Terry R judgeIM F Parrent R sheriff Bryants SchoolHouse Eugene Bryant D sheriff Wyatt Phillips D judge Herbert Kessler R clerk Wash Sudduth R judge Bald Knob Jeffrey Allison D clerk G V Harrod D judge- S L Sanders R sheriffw f S C Chism IL judge v I z J y Harvieland Lister Harrod D sheriff I Forrest Harrod D judge W G ONan R clerk Linden Black R judge Glares SchoolHouse J L Duvall D judge lOtto Lee D clerk Murray R judge Curt Semones R sheriff Flat Creek Arnett Watkins D sheriff Van Harrod D judgeJJasper Hutchinson R clerk Win Brawner R judge Baileys Mill I James Waldner D clerk Wm Luckett D judge I Eb Bailey R sheriff Sam North R I judgeIA D Calvert D judge Fred Bramble D clerki H C Harrod R sheriff L Harrod n judge IBloomington Matt Sullivan D clerk David Church R judge James Wilson R sheriff Peaks Mill John Poindexter D judge Chas Gregory D Jas Broiles R sheriffIJohn Cohorn R Elmville i Eck Roberts D clerk judgeI== = = oooooooooooooooooooooooot 0 Convalescents need a large amount of nourish 0 41 ment in easily digested form t Xi0 It makes bone blood and muscle without putting any tax on the digestion 2 ALL DRUGGISTS 50c AND 1OO l MOOOOOOOoOOOOOOOOOO 1Thorn HIIL Anthony Leitch D Judge Ed A Bacon D sheriff T P Pfeiffer R judge Keene Tremere R clerk Switzer M B Lucas D judge Wni Green D clerk Asa Wiley R judge John McCurdy R sheriff Crutchers SchoolHouse B B Jeffers D judge Cash Shaw D sheriff W B Jones it judge Ittgti cromwell R clerk Forks of Elkhorn Mart Ellis D sheriff Tom Bell D judge Tim Costigan R cleric Tom Jordan R judge eoREGISTER REGISTER Let all the city voters who wish to cast their votes In ovomber next remember to go to their respective places of voting and register NEXT TUESDAY OCTOBER 1ST Books will be open from G a m to 9 p m Dont forget it 9 SWITZER Dr W F Anderson has purchased a fine motorcycle Miss Claro Carter Is visiting relatives and friends in Louisville this weekMisses Cleo Carter and Gertrude Smith spent Sunday evening in GeorgtownMrs Lynn of this place is in Versailles this week with her daughter who is very ill The many friends of hers express deepest sympathy Mrs DC Wheeler and Miss Ruth Smith visited Beechwood Spring last week They report fine water being at these springs Also a beautiful countryMiss Vera Tories gave a birthday reception in honor of her sixteenth birthday last Tuesday evening Refreshments were served at 5 p m Those who were present were her schoolmates and friends Mr and Mrs W J Lynn were called to Versailles last Friday on ac count of the illness of his mother The boys and girls are expecting lots of pleasure during this winter in skating and coastingSUNSHINE 1 a If real coffee disturbs your stomach your heart or kidneys then try this clever coffee imitation Dr Shoops Health Coffee Dr Shpop has closely matched orij aVa i 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 a WANTED 10000 locust ence posts at once Apply or addressJ WEATHERS Sept 74t Frankfort Ky THANKS Mr Church Dennis has placed us under obligations for a box of dell clous pawpaws the first of the season We regret to know that the crop of this fine fruit is very short this season owing to the late freezes of the spring Mr Dennis will please accept our thanks for this courtesy LOST AND FOUND Lost between y30 a m yesterday and noon today a bilious attack with nausea and sick headache This loss was occasioned by finding at the drugstore a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed for biliousness malaria and jaundice 25 cents A LITTLE SAWED OFF MAN A good one on genial U S Marshal Steve Sharp occurred on Tuesday when the court was about to adjourn for dinner As is the requirement of 2ourt every one in the room is ex pected to stand up while the marshal makes the announcement Capt Sharp Is very punctillious about thfs matter He thought he saw one man who was not obeying the order and called to him to stand up A voice from among the crowd sang out this yere fellers a little sawedoff nan and is already standin up A visible smile went round the court at the gallant Captains expense lr1s I i Pleasant to take f rsLLvtdl + S ic t Trde Atuk Laxative l I I Syrup j tt I r NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION r I Ask Your Doctorw 0 And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about aInormal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their saltsIare 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 symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling N UllseonSllessIBloated Feeling etc i Your money will be returned if you do nuot like it better than r any other you have tried l ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c rBR BOTTLEfn I t ItHoes1tCradles and Fingers1tScythes and Snatches I Scythe Stones Wheelborrows t1 Thresher Machine Oil It rt Tarpaulins Sr Monkey Wrenches t Pipe Fittings and Wrenchest I FRANK G 1 II i Y Hardware Paints Oils Etc i fI 1 jfV N h t i CapitolFoundryMachine J I HOLMES ST FRANKFORT Ki Dealers in t and Repairers of II Machinery and Machine 1 i Supplies of All Kinds Both New and Secondhand t J tt WE HAVE FOR SALE Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boiler it Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Nlne horsePower Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrsk200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONES R HOME ENDORSEMENT Hundreds of Frankfort Citizens Can Tell You all About It Home ondorbdiituai the public expression of Frankfort people should be evidence beyond dispute for everr Frankfort reader Surely the expell ence of friends and neighbors chee fully given by them will carry more weight than the utterance of strai ers residing in faraway places Read the following Mrs Lou Johnson of 325 Todd St rankfort Ky says Off and on for a good many years I have suffered with a heavy dull aching pain over toe kidneys and across the small of my back the pain running up my spine and becoming very severe on the least exertion There was also a weakness of the kidneys which produced an irregular scalding and es cessive condition of the secrtion i was treated by doctors constantly but their medicine failed to help me in the least My condition became so serious that I realized thae nc cessity of some immediate relic About this time a neighbor spoke so highly of Doans Kidney Pills that I could not but believe they had sour merit My daughter procured a box for fair trial at J W Gayles drug Istore and after giving the remedY a good fair trial can no onscien tlously recommend them very high as tney certainly do all that Is now J claimed for them For sale by all dealers Price 5C cents Foster lrllburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United tSatesRemember the nameDoansand take no other r ADVERTISED LETTERS itThe following Is the list of letter uncalled for In the Frank fort Ky postofflce for the week ending September 28 1907 Barker Mrs Mary l Barrett W M I Bird Clinton Boyd 0- Cardwell Frank Elliott Mr Ben Firestone Miss Annie Hamilton Silas iHays Elmer John- Lumpkins Laura liimdel Miss Lucy l Montgomery J A T Moors Mrs Nannie C Nash E N iNelson Mrs Alice 7fPerkins James Perry Calvert Bros Rice John M Robinson Mary F and A Satterfield A H 2 Shultz Jos C Singlton Miss Nellie Shulz Mrs Laura Thomas DIttWalker Judge Eugene Williams Charles When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M rNOT A BONDED WAREHOUSE p Judge Cochran rendered a decision in the U S Court on Tuesday in It a case where two colored boys were under Indictment for breaking into and carrying away whisky from the Old Crow bottling house that the botlling house was not a bonded warehouse thus holding the indictment not good This sounds strange when we con hider that all the whisky bottled Is Bottled in bond and the bottling house Is in charge of a U S Store keeper TRACTION SERVICE P rThe first regular traction service between Lexington and Frankfort went into effect Wednesday morning September 24 Interurban cars con nect at Versailles with all Louisville and Atlantic trains east and west bound between Versailles and Beatty Tllle and intermediate points This between Eastup a direct line 4opensKentucky points and Frankfort and also affords the quickest and best route between these points East- boundl L A trains leave Versailles for Beattyville at 7 a m and 12 noon t West bound trains arrive at Versailles from Beattyville and intermediate points at 1030 oclock a m and 530 oclock p m Sept 28tf f Pr Wasters 87U- p IWiH the Wood CmtefetotawO rot UwiUfc r l trtt MISSOURI CASE LIKE KENTUCKY In the Matter of Trouble With Tax SystemI A Tax Commission Has Just Made aI Report That Is of Interest In This SIleIMissouri las been n exIacttytax commission has been at work in Missouri and in line with the tax con missions of other progressive states It has found no solution of the difficulties of the situation short of a constitutional amendment that will give the legislature greater liberty In dealing with the question but it also points out that such an amendment Is chiefly desirable because it will lead to separation of the sources of state revenue from the sources of county revenue The comments of the Missouri tax commission are so pertinent to the situation in Kentucky that the follow- Ing extracts will be found of Interest We all agreed that the first step in any tax reform Is the separation ol the sources of state and local revenue This change would not require the exemption of any class of property from taxation The proposed change may be effected by the adoption of a single constitutional amendment The general features of this separation of the sources of state and local revenues may be briefly summarized The state would discontinueIthe levy of a general upon the real and personal propert ot the state leaving the assessment and collection of this tax to the court ties and municipalities for local pur poses This would make a saving of the large expense incident to the present dual system It would also dispense with the work of the State Board of Equalization connected with the attempted equalization of assess meats of real and personal property among the counties of the state The state would thereafter Its revenue through Its eral power of taxation upon deriveI subjects of taxation as by corporation taxes inspection fees such other forms of taxation as the general assembly may determine The different rates of assessment In the different counties enforced by the different demands for local revenue would no longer produce Inequality In taxation with reference to the state tax The remedy proposed is In our opinion the only effective remedy Each community could fix its own rate of valuation as its local needs may require without subjecting its citizens to the injustice of being compelled to pay an undue share of state taxation There is now a certain kind of home rule in taxation which consists in the variation of the rates of assess ment upon property according to the local needs of the community some counties paying taxes on 70 or 80 percent of the real value of property and others only 20 or 30 per cent The report of the Tax Commission of 1903 says It is In the bounds of truth to say that no two counties of the state have the same rule for the assessment of all classes of property and generally speaking there Is absolutely no uni formity as to the proportion of the cash value taken as a basis of the assessed value Some counties value real estate so far as our reports show as low as 30 per cent of its soiling price while others have a 90 per cent basis Some assess real estate at 33 per cent and tangible personal prop erty at 50 per cent The commission concluded that there was an absolute want of equality in taxation This inequality can not be remedied by the State Board of Equaliza ion for the obvious reason that the high rate of assessment in certain counties including the city of St Louis is enforced by the pressing demand for revenue for local require ments The board can not raise the assessments of the counties which make a low valuation as that would be imposing an unnecessary burden upon those communities- We see no remedy for this existing Inequality and resulting Injustice except in the separation of the sources of state and local revenue Under the plan proposed the state would retain all of Its Inherent powers of taxation except as to the general property tax upon real and personal property which would be assessed ind collected by counties and cities for local purposes The state nova levies a tax upon Insurance companies Iramshops express companies sun flry corporations license and inspec tion taxes and a collateral inheritance tax What other forms of taxation ntuy be adopted will be for the Gen aral Assembly in Its discretioN to termine The system proposed requires no change in the existing limi tations upon the tax rates of the counties cities and school districts The change recommended requires an modification of tho methods of as f anaIante or modification Is subject to the control of the General Assembl Should the present system be contll tied whereby the assessed valuation made by the state board is npno tinned to the counties tlu Gonon Assembly should continue ti prlfnt state tax upoh such vnliiuM n and lro vide for its direct payment into the state treasury NEW DEPARTURE Messrs C Kagln Bro h eve rented the big store room of Mr J I Waggener on Main street former andIevery aglonable will be for sale The exact late for the opening or this new departure In our city can not yet be given as the repairs on the building and the fixtures and furnishings of the store are being now madeIt is only necesary to say that the new store will be owned and operated by Kagin Bros to give an assurance of success and and that all who deal with it will be given fair treatment and deceive a dollars worth for every dollar they pay out These gentlemen commenced business in this city In a modest way a few years since and have steadily advanced until now they are in the front rank of our merchants and their present stores on St Clair street are doing a splendid safe business REGISTER REGISTER Let all the city voters who wish to cast the r votes in November next remember to go to their respectlv places of voting and register NEX TUESDAY OCTOBER 1ST Bool will be open from 6 a m to 9 p m Dont forget It rPASSING OF THE COMMO ITHE PEOPLE IThaI aint no common people an theyve all got rich or become ncommon Some are hired by the rusts some are peddlin insurance m some are retailin sick tblclcens in rancid bitter Them tha the farm know a lot more about cow ticks than they once did Take em all in all up one side an down the other m under the bed for good luck they lint got the sense that thes grandat lies had They Hts more progressive an theyre highly civilized but vhen you bile them big words down ivfiat do they mean Why jes this hat they aint no way of swindllr one that they aint ketched on to When you talk about the politic principles an little things like that yese are on the board for to see who the rakebff is agwinter fall Tin jluecolic gent has een about made his appearance an his place has bee Dolt by the feller that drives a light linrod sulky an marries a new gal In ever county 01 things have just passed away an the new have hove In sight wi the pirate flag a flutterin to the four windsJoel Chandle Harris in Uncle Remuss Magazine fo ctober ORMER FRANKFORT MAN APPOINTED Attorney Jos R Fears of New- Castle but a former Frankfort man uis been appointed Master Commissioner of the Henry Circuit Court b r Judge B F Peak vice W 0 Peak resigned Mr Fears will talce charge of the nisiness of the office in about a month AILEYS MILL PRECINCT OFFI CERS INDICTED Three of the Baileys Mill Precise peers of election of 1903 Messrs E L Watkins John Watkins and Jas W Waldner were Indicted by the grand jury on Thursday for forger in voting the phony ballots of tha precinct CUTTING SCRAPE A difficult occurred at the Oh CIo on Thursday between B downing a foreman on tho Highland Uillroad and Blrney Mitchell iu which Browning was cut about tin lead and face Browning camo Tien fQr Kiirglcal treatment and left for his home at Flemlngsburg Dr Weaver Treatment ftt pArrifiatLebloodContlkaleekiaetvptfoo i11 THE BEsrrUHEHD 1 IS MADE FROM PRIDE OF AfflSONE ASK YOUR GROCER For Hay Straw Salt Seeds Potatoes iml Produce Call On HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREETrrBoth Phones 4jlm FO- RCatalogue OR Brief Work TRY TH- EROUNDABOUT ATTENTION FARMERS Our farmer readers are requested to read the advertisement in another place of the great clubbing arrangement which we have made with the American Farm World whereby we are enabled to offer these two papers Roundabout and American Farm World for the price of the Roundabout alone This is a splendid chance for farm ers to have a good farmers journal and their home paper for the sane price EXCURSION TO IRVINE iThe Falls City left the customhouse wharf on Tuesday afternoon with aI good crowd on board en route to Ir vine Iytime highest point to which this craft has ever gone and the head of navigation for the present Much to the surprise of every one but few people from this city were on board and the larger part of the crowd came from points below They will have a fine trip Low Rate To- Cincinnati 305 Cincinnati and lid urn 305 Queen tt Crescent Route and F C Ky Sept 101718 Good returning Sept 21st Askagent for particulars Sept 7td- Two DAILY TRAINS e From Louisville to rt CHICAGO VIA Leaving lOth St and Broadway 806 atm 321 p m- flrifmt It tnmpnrtmentJulltitnn ON NIGHT TRAIS- Connection S for CALIFORNIA and the Mining Forestry andFarming IncluiiCanadlaa Provinces ofNorth j theJT rma and Tim Tabl application District Passenger Agertl SPRING HILL NEWS- Delayed Letter Miss Maggie Lloyd and Miss Lish Lloyd were out driving last SundayrMiss Della Lacefleld was the guest lof Mss Lillie Wells last Sunday 1 Miss Clara Travis is in Lexington at presentMr d Dalton near Brld eportIwas the guest of Mr Dave Dalton last Sunday Mr D G Lacefield and son Thom as have been busy cutting their to bacco this week In41 EVERYBODY READ THIS We Can Save You Money subscriber to this paper now Is the time for you to subscribe If you ore not tilrciuly u If you ore already subscriber you should rru v your HuliMcilpUou now We bave inuile amusements with while the liberal terms we otter you prevail the publisher of THEAMERICAN fARM WORLD to club their paper with ours anti If you will at once send us gllHJ we will send you iiotli papery one ymr The American Farm Vorll is a Law AKrlcultural Monthly Publication contain lug each mouth from sal tu N largo passes carefully Milted one of the Aliieist Agricultural Writers in the Inltetl States It is tilled with original matter only for the whatever but the well tested methods of the i farmer and his family No copied mutter best farmers in the country are here found to ho Just what the farmer wants to know and It rate to say If followed will save him money and improve his farm WORLD a whole year together with ourVou can wet THE AMERICAN FARM own paper tryout will at once send us 100 We will pay tau piiMUIicrii of Ilir American Farm Worlil for you out of the amount you send us and yon will issued Do not delay but takereceive their paper as well as our own regularly as advantage of this great otler now Addrrss- ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT KY V H M A SELBERTTHE LEADING JEWELER I MARRIED CHURCHZEHR In this city on Tuesday Mr Graham Church of Louisville and Mrs Rebecca Zehr of this city were married by Rev Dr l M B Adams The happy pair left that afternoon for their home in Louisville MOORETVIREMAN In this ccun ty on Thursday Mr Curtis S Moore and Miss Sarah P Wireman were married by Rev Dr M B Adams ofI the Baptist ChlllchISCANNELLWEBBER this city 1on Thursday Mr John J Scannell and Miss Nettie Webber were mar Tied by Rev Dr 11 B Adams of the i First Baptist Church- WILSONSTEELE Announcement is made of the approaching marriage of Mr Ed Waring Wilson of Phila delphia and Miss Vauder Graffe Steele daughter of Capt John A Steele of Midway Mr Wilson is a Kentuckian and a fine young man His bride to be is a splendid blue grass belle + 4dk U S DISTRICT COURT ciLheus Court for the Eastern Dis of Kentucky convened in this city on Monday Judge A M J Cochran presided Capt S G Sharp was in his position as U S Marshal and kept things moving r Owing to the illness of Mr Walter G Chapman the regular Clerk Mr Chas N Wiard who has served as Deputy Clerk in the past was ap pointed Clerk pro tern Judge J H Tinsiey U S District Attorney and Judge George 11 Day son Assistant District Attorney rep resented the Governmen The following gentlemen composed the grand jury Henry T Wise G E Neil John Lee C A Lanham J T Burton Ed r win Ward L W Davis W W Logan W S Harskins W H Crossfield M H Brown John Hays A T Carter W W Estell W B Hawkins J T SladeThe Petit Jurors are E L Davis Louis Walker Z T Coleman G P Harris C A Hill J H March J M Brown S C Chism Patrick Murray L C Palmer F R Wright George O Wright P G Heath George Summerville Hayden Allen William Neselroad G B Wood E M Drane Charles Brawner Noel Gaines J Alex Grant Sim Shy Zack Reid Owen Robinson C A Lanham John Lee 1 T Burton Ed Nell Henry WiseThe of Commonwealth cases was not as large as usual and was disposed of by Tuesday afternoon Several pretty good sized civil cases and will probablywere on the docket until the first of run the term over next week The business of that court is al ways disposed of very rapidly v REGISTER REGISTER I Let all the city voters who wish to cast their votes in November next re member to go to their respective places of voting and register NEXT TUESDAY OCTOBER 1ST Books will be open from G a m to 9 p m Dont forget it rw qkm o h BIRTHS i HANRAIIANIn this city on Tues tiny to Mr James E Hanrahan and wife a daughtclKathcrlneI THOMPSON In this county on Tuesday to Mr Paul Thompson an- dwifea son REVIVAL AT SOUTHERN PRESBY TERIAN CHURCH attheThe services Southern PresI inIterestgan the eloquent preacher who is assisting Rev Wm Crowe in the conduct of the meetings are full of in struction pleading and love and doubtless will produce much more good than J has already been accom pUshed The meetings will continue next week SPRING HILL NEWSI We have had fine week for the farmers that are trying to cut and house their tobacco Miss Lilla Wells and Miss Elvira Baker were the guest of Miss Dell Lacefield Sunday Miss Bettie Lacefield was the guest of her schoolmate Miss Maggie Ba ker Sunday Mr and Mrs Scott Tracy have returned from their tripto Louisville Miss Clara Travis and sister Viola are in Lexington We are glad to see the workmen of the Highland Railroad gutting along so fast with their work They have had several cars on the new track this week used to carry material to build the trestle JANE a oFEDERAL PRISONERS SENT TO GEORGETOWN I Owing to the condition of the Franklin county Jail Its illventila Lion told cramped cellrooms Judge Cochran ordered all the Federal prls oners sentenced at the present term of the court to be sent to the Georgetown Jail That jail is a large one well ventilated and easily kept clean laden Jos Finley of Scott county is one of the cleverest gentlemen in Kentucfcy REGISTER REGISTER Iet all the city voters who wish to east their votes in November next re member to go to their respective places of voting and register NEXT TUESDAY OCTOBER 1ST Books will he open from i a m to 9 p m Dont forget t- Heart StrengthHe- artstrength or Heart Weakness mcansNcrvo Positivelyself actual It is almost always a hidden tiny little nerve that really is all at fault Nervecnrlstrength Without that the Heart must continue havehesoThis clearly explains why as a medicine Dr Shoops Restorative has in past clone so much drmtsoughthetUg heart distress Dr Shoops Restorative this popular prescriptions alone directed to these weak and wasting nerve centers It builds helpIfdl Bestlon strengthen these nerves reestablish them as needed with Dr Shoops RestorativeCAPITOL PHARMACY 1 jttai Made in nrtistic and origifirnal patterns only Your Knives Forks Spoors etc will be correct in every way if they bear time trade mark 6 18 ogcrsTNf The newrst designs arc shown in Catalogue Xo 53 Sent free Made ony tiy International Silver Co ISuccessor to t MEKinKN BRITANNIA CO ffr- Z 2 MrRincN Conic sris BERTHSNEWMAN In this cIt onThurs day Cornelia infant daughter of Mr Yv cwinau and wile MERCHANT In this county on Thursday morning at 1030 oclock Mrs iaiicy Merchant widow of the late Capt C W Merchant aged li11 years Mrs Merchant was born and raised in this county her maiden name be mug Nancy Flynn She was married to her beloved husband shortly alter he was mustered out of the Regular Army where he served so long and gallantly Timer married life was a peculiarly happy ont and as evidence she did not long survive his death which occurred only a few months since She was a devout member of the First Baptist Church of this city She leaves two daughters Mrs Maggie Nazor of this county and Mrs Katie Eastln of Lexington and one son Mr C W Merchant Jr of this city to mourn a loving and indulgent mother and friend Several of her children preceded her to the home beyond In addition she loaves one brother one sister and a host of warmly attached friends The funeral services will be con ducted from the First Baptist Church this Saturday morning at 10 oclock servre5jfrjy her pastor Rev Dr M B Adams and the interment will be in the family lot in our ceme tery COUNTY COURT DAYS Following is a list of the days county courts are held each month In counties which are contiguous by reason of facilities by rail to the capitalAnderson Lawrenceburg 3d Mon dayBath Owingsville 2d Monday Bourbon Paris3d Monday Boyle Danville Sd Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday Clark Winchester 1th Monday l Estill Irvine3d Monday Fayette Lexington2d Monday Fleming Flemingssburg 1th Mon day Franklin Frankfort1st Monday Garrard Lancaster4th Monday Grant Wdlliamstown 2d Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Henry New Castle1st Monday Jessamine Nlcholasvillo 3d Mon dayLee Beattyville 1th Monday I Lincoln Stanford 2d Monday Madison Richmond1st Monday Mason Maysville1st Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling1st Mon dayNicholas Carlisle 2d Monday Oldham Lagrange 4th Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth1st Monday Powell Stanton1st Monday Pulnskl Somerset3d Monday Scott Georgetown3d Monday Shelby Shelbyville2d Monday Wayne Montlcello 4th Monday Woodford Versailles 4th Monday A Good Idea = Wo rodeo that time crossing nt tho mouth of the alloy at tho First Baptist Church has boon laid in granitoid This ten good Idea and we will he taken up at other- mointsnotably nt tlm same alley near the State National lank Those two crossings espe cially have been nuisances for a lonJ time for in bad weather they are nearly always under water or mud tti tf l nJ iI h f = Ir M A SELBERTTHE LEADING JEWELER 1 If ij or JHC JB Louisville Herald AN IDEAL NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME The Louisville Herald is recognize as a fair clean fearless newspaper It has no political alliances and is absolutely free to express its opinion or any subject whatsoeverthe welfare of our country our Commonwealtl and our people the only duty Its telegraphic pews is complete Its market reports uptodate and always reliable- SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE NEWS OF KENTUCKY Our Regular Subscription Prices DAILY 400 SUNDAY ONLY 200 DAILY AND SUNDAY 600 But if you so desire you can mak advantageous terms for Roundabout and The Louisville Herald 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disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop ti and the blood is made pure and richiDruggists or by express I ler 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 elserfails Mar 21yI1 STREET CAR LINE i tRr f Cars leave Capital Hotel Main SlUt Ann streets for South Frankfort cum ti moncing at 6d5 a m and every 15 r minutes until 1015 pm For ParkAt 615 a m and 3 cars per hour until 1015 p m For Cemetery630 a m every 4i minutes until 945 p m For Leestown630 a m and every minutes until 10 p m 130 F AND V TRACTION CO J D SALLEE Supt CONSUMPTIONS WARNING Inside facts soon become evident in ouUUd i sywptomsDu G G GlutEN QThe aid of scientific inventions is ootj needed to determine whether your lunga are affected The first tOl19 caaott ttelligence I CJTbere is no disease known that a ii many plain warnings of its Uj Jconsumption and no serious disease that l can be so reached and checkediif the medicine used is Dr i German Syrup which is made to curs 1 i consumption 5It is in the early stages that German warningI cIjI J I cough even if dread consumption hasII already attacked your lungs German V Syrup will surely effect a cureas it hat done before in thousands of hopeless cases of lung troubleIWj CjfNcw trial bottles 250 Regular 750 At aU druggists ilI For sale by J W Gayle = tit 1 Scrofulous syphilitic and mercurial ulcers or any old sore cured or money Jt returnedMITCHELL t REMEDY CO- Frankfort 14 K7l a Aug 32m i r rpNDr Weawera Sjnv afd Oermte MMMfel tiMlMri ftrMood ud ikia caeu Ir 1 0ep0sH- lLA60 a r t A B Chinn the rector will conduct the services 11 a m Prayer and Ser mono 730 p in Evening Prayer 930 a in In the chapel evening prayer at 73 p m The public Invited to at tend monthly of tin Holy at 11 a m Instead of the first Sunday in October FIRST BAPTIST M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m at 945 In the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meetat 630 p m ff30 In the chapel Visitors invited Seats free C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m at 930 a m in the i Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 p m on even Ing at 730 oclock in the Chapel invitedj M R v Father t rector will conduct services as follows t Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m at 2 p m Vespers and prayer at 730 p me FIRST uev J L Zeigler the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday school at 930 a ra Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 630 p In Prayer meeting evening 730 p m Rev J S ii Sims the pastor will preach at 11 in and 730 p m at 930 a m League meets at 645 p m on even fag at 730 p m invited to attend Sanford Logan will m and 730 p m Young Peoples Society at 7 p m at 945 a m evening at 730 p m invited to attend p THORN will be Sun every Sunday afternoon In the at 3 oclock p m m fir artlJa Qa I theIJJ riI The Good Old Summer Time Creates 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 O SOWRR 00307309 Main Street Hardware MerchantsoBoth Phones RELIGI0t1S ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev Morning Sundayschool Wednesday generally Regular celebration Communion CHURCHRev Sundayschool aPrayer mooUIlgWcdlQhYJnmDg cordially CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev Sundayschool rChristian Prayermeeting Wednesday Everybody fCATHOLIC CHURCH Sundayschool PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Wednesday iatliVisitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH jEpworthPrayermeeting Wednesday 0EISOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN II1jSundnyschool Wednesday llEverybody CHAPELSundayftiIr11iscbool HILLThere dayschool schoolhouse iOTOR DRIVEN AWAY H BY TAXATIONj Very Large Capital fromII Kentucky The Case of the Walsh Estate In Lex ington Points Out a Danger ous Result of Our Tax System The manner in which the tax tern of Kentucky may seriously affect Its business interests was recently given a very striking demonstration in Lexington The estate of Mrs Clara Bell Walsh amounting to about 750000 had been for many years managed by the Security Trust com pany of Lexington as trustee A pe tition was filed recently In the Fay ette circuit court asking the court terminate the trusteeship so that Ito Walsh might put her property In thehandzed tru9 iomptln L 11L Louis The Security Trust company which had been acting as trustee did not oppose this suit it being distinct ly stated in the petition of Mrs Walsh that the services of the trust company had been in every way satisfactory but that the taxes imposed upon her property were too burdensome The peculiar feature of the case lies in the fact that Mrs Walsh herself resides in St Louis and therefore claims that her personal property should not be taxed at Lexington in the hands of her trustee The court of appeals having held otherwise anal Mrs Walsh not feeling justified in paying a tax rate of 270 on tho stocks bonds and other investments in the hands of the Kentucky trustee since she could not derive any possi ble good from the payment of this tax decided to remove the property to the state of her residence- A considerable part of the estate was invested in local securities the bonds of local corporations and real estate mortgages This will moan that the money will gradually be with drawn from Investment in these local securities and reinvested by the Si Louis trustee in other securities thus constituting a loss of that much money to enterprises in and around Lexington and Fayette county It means just that much greater scarcity of needed capital The Lexington Herald has been with great energy and skill showing the result of this sort of taxation on the busiivess interests of the state It points out among other things the In consistency in the decisions of our courts which hold that a man who lives in one Kentucky county and has intangible personal property such ns stocks bonds or money in the hands of a trustee in another county of lien tacky must pay tho tax in the county of his residence and not in the county where the trustee resides but if the owner of tho property moves entirely out of the state then he must pay a tax in the county where the to ut resides as well as pay tho tax in the state where he takes up his new ns dence thus constituting double tax ation Consumed With Taxation- In her petition asking for the change In trusteeship Mrs Walsl says Plaintiffs desire if said Clara Bell Walsh be not untitled to u dischargo of tho trustee that there be a change in the person of said trustee and it it can be done that tho funds and property in trust be transferred to a trustee duly qualified under and resident in the stato of Missouri where the have their horuP Plaintiffs state that me reasons wny a cnunge or crime is desired do not in any maimer relatv to tho conduct or fidelity of uid trus tee hilt are on account of the Heavy burdens of taxation imposed on said estate by reason of the residence ol the trustee In a state and city differ ent from the home of the benallciary of Appeals Decision ICourt adds the following faCt as to the case Under this decision of the court Mrs Walshs personal prop erty in the hands of the Security Trust company would be liable fur city state and county taxes here nml realizing that she a nonresident ra the state could derive nc posslllt benefit from taxes paid to the city on her personal property Mrs Walsh takes this means of getting possessioi of her property The removal o the estate to another state is a power ful argument against the wisdom o f the system of taxation in force Kentucky for though the invest ments made by the trustee in loca securities are so safe and highly re garded as to be retained yet when u reinvestment is made it is lut a large port t the fun be e thus In chlbadland dev lopmt Poverty r tPerf A prominen torne y in discussing b ore the Taxation Committee of the Kentucky senate in 1905 the tax system of our state de pounced our personal property tax as necessarily leading either to poverty or perjury We do not know r any statistics on the subject are avail able but we think ita safe guess that at least threefourths of all the intangible personal property such as bonds notes and cash which is assessed for taxation in Kentucky is in the hands of fiduciaries Is it a fait and manly thing to place upon thoso least ably to bear it nearly all th burden of such a t- axSlave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system has been shattered by the use of deadly drugs there is nothing to equal Dr Miles Nervine in restor fag it to health and normal activity I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles Re storative Nervine has done for me that I must tell it for that part of humanity that suffers as I have During the three years 1 suffered from nervous prostration I found morphineToself as it was the only thinlthat would give ease and now you point scorn at morphine using how could you when in such agony knowing it about the only thing that would give resist it knew it was a terrible habit and I knew of its deadly grasp but never full realized its cance until Iliad usedIt a number of months Oh the misery of being addicted to such habit I resolved then and there to quit and resolved I would never be a slave to an such demon About this time I happened to notice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine advertised and ordered a bottle After using five bottles I can truthfully say I am cured of using morphine Now however much persons it God is my witness I am cured This testimonial is unsolicited but I feel it duty to give it for the benefit of sufferingMATTIE e PHILLIPS Prescott Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Send for free boo on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dx Miles Medical Cu lilkhurt lad A Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and Heater I IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in 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ANDrRoundabout I For Onlg 5oiThe Presidential election is ali preaching Times have chan eci That is all Mr Wit ttolSOIl Is lDomounvt and hats always boon a Democrat novel Republican Essential inferences out of tho way Democrats are getting together It Tho CouriorJouriml is going to SUlltport tho tickot And there you have it- SEND YOUK CUDEll FOR THIS COMBINATION TO USI NOT TO THE COUKIEltJOUR NAL TILE In G U JAB PRICE OF THE WETKLY COURIER J OUKNAL A LONE IS A YEAR I J 1 yTn WHATS IN McCLURES In variety and Interest the October McClures remarkable After u break of two months mIen Terry re mmes her delightful Memoirs with an accomt of her domestic life called My Children and I which has much amusing gossip of Rossettl Irving Bernlmrdt Charles Keade and other famous people Prof Muusierbcr has an article on The Third Degree which points to the legal and medical possibilities of experimental psychology and is full of interest and suggestion for the average reader Cleveland Moffetts Winning the First International Balloon Race an absorbing account of adventurous sport in the upper air tells how the first international race was won by a young American with a second hand balloon The last installment of Mrs Eddys life bjhiss Milmine throws more light on the methods which made for wontfore An illuminating characteriza tion by the only person closely associated with her who ever studied her with such an unprejudiced and tem pered mind completes this chapc ter Harry Orchard continues his story t of the unique war between labor ands capital in vise mines of far off Colorado and Idaho r This is a strong fiction number tl Willa Sibert Cather contributes a del icate psychological study or Mie intan gible relations of a man his living wife his dead wife and the dead wom airs friend Percival Gibbon in his Meagei1 Life again displays his art of maung boil Viola Roseboros Mr Weeks is a humorous character sketch with a setting of array life in the Philippines Casper Day completes this brilliant array of fiction with SlatervilleV Apostate a story of heroism and the r triumph of personality over clrcum stance There are two On the Heights by William Aspinwallj Bradley and A Roman Garden by Wilkinson This is a r1cwt number There is a series specialI ra Itehted color drawings Senses by Jessie Willcox Smith The cover design is done from a portrait of Ellen Terry by Watts Bel ut1 u d u11Sug l 1b b Jay Hambrldge F Walter Taylor and f others and many quaint old photo graphs to illustrate the Terry Me moirs FOUND DEAD IN BEDc Col Geo W Lieberth Collector of- Internal Revene for the 6th District of Kentucky was found dead in bed at his home in Newport on Wednes day morning He had been suffer ing with some asthmatic trouble for some no one thought ItI seriousIvery He had been a member of the Leg Islature from Campbell county Cierk of the U S Court of Porto Rica un rdel Judge W H Holt and Collector i A Square Deal ViIsassured you when you buy Dr Pierces f family mcJclnc for all the iugredl ents entering into them are printed on tliftbE bottle wrappers and their formulas are attested under oath as being completo aud correct You just what you are paying for and that the ingredients are f gathered from Natures laboratory being l selected from the mot valuable native f modicinal roots found growing in our 4y American iore itfl a pile potent to cure are pert 1 harl1l e tIl to the most wlelleatewoul a Ie Ntadrn t n hr IrHIJlIjJ UQlll lI 1 jji lit 1101 nr 1rvlllg tl 5 r Inc1crg use m tlllm vlz Ir Icerlne This agent possesses erru3 c medicinal properties of its own a y being a most vauaL and anti t lerrnent nutritive and soothing dcmul t cent Glycerine plays tin important part Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery in the cure of indlgestion dyspepsia and Fweak stomach attended your Ifi f foul breath coated tongue poor appetite gnawing feeling in stom ach biliousness and kindred derange meats of the stomach liver tend bowels Besides curing all the above distressing I aliments the Golden Medical Discovery Is a specific for all diseases of the mucous membranes as catarrh whether of the i Snasal passages or of the stomach bowels organs Even in its ulcerative stages it will to this sovereign rem edy If its use be persevered in In Chronic Catarrh of tho Nasal passages it Is well while taking the Golden Dis covery for the necessary constitutional to cleanse tho es k d Sagessof treatment generally cures tho worst J cases tIn coughs and hoarseness caused by bronchial throat and lung affections except con sumption In Its advanced states tho Golden Medical Discovery Is a most efficient rem edy especially in those obstinate hantron coughs caused by Irritation and cQDlrcstionof- th0bronchlalmucous membranes covery Is not so good for acute coughs ails from nor must It be ex r pected to cureconsumptton In Its advanced stagesno medicine will thatM ut for al 1 i the obstinate chronic coughs which If new lected or badly treated lead up to consump c IptJnf It UMio that can blAkftn Ij I 4t STAMPING GROUNDI Mrs j L Trundle of Paris was the guest of friends here this past week Tobacco is fully ripe and corn is fat maturing just now Grave fears are felt about some of the tobacco which is yet In the field However If the frost does not come in the next few days the crops will be housed Wo lervently hope that the flue prospect now ahead of our farmers will not be disappointing Mr J A Robinson who owned a farm lying on the White Sulphur and Ellihorn pike containing eighty nine acres sold the same to his brother Mr C N Robinson for S000 Robinson Bros delivered 20 hogsheads of tobacco at the Georgtown warehouse Saturday It took nine wagons to haul the lo- tDiedOn Saturday Mr David Shelton aged 50 years He was a tenant of Mr John Seeman on the Woodlakc pike The funeral and burial took place at Cedar Grove Cemetery It will be remembered that Mr Seeman and his wife who owned the place on which Mr Shelton lived died recently of typhoid fever Hon E A Willson the Republican candidate for Governor addressed the people of this place on Wednesday night last at the Town Hall He was on his way back from Owenton where he spoke that day His address made- a good impression Our creamery came near being de stroped by fire on Tuesday It seems that in boring a well near the building a pocket of natural gas was struck aud Mr Sauce the manager of the plan not knowing of the existence ot the gas struck a match to light a cigar The gas was at once ignited and greatly endangered the creamery It was finally plied away from the eight10cJoclistream of water was struck in the well at a depth of 169 feet The war ter is standing 100 feet in the well The plant has not yet been turned lover to the company The following are the officers of the company President W 0 Wigglnton TreasurerC B Roberts SecretaryToL Southworth Directors W T Carter R B Leej W O Wigginton O N Jameson Clay Gregory JW PalmeD C lJftW f UNO THE TOUCH THAT HEALS Is the touch of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the happiest combination Arnica flowers and healing balsams ever compounded No matter how old the sore or ulcer is this salve will cure it For burns scalds cuts wounds or piles it has no equal Guarantied by all druggists 25 cents UNUSUAL HONORS PAID DEAD COLORED MINISTER The funeral of Rev Carey Smothers D D the noted colored preacher vas preached on Sunday afternoon at Versailles in the presence of a concourse of people white and black estimated to number over 4000 The services continued from shortly after lone oclock p m until lour p m When the procession took up its line of march it was headed by the local post of the G A R Knights ot Pythias Colored Masons Colored Odd Fellows and U B F The streets were lined on both sides by an un broken crowd for more than a mite There were eighty vehicles In the processionSo was the deceased re garded by the white people of Wood ford county that the courthouse bell was tolled by order of the county judge while the procession was en- route to the grave This was an honor never paid to a colored man in Kentucky before In the death of Rev Dr Smothers the cause of a right living decency and law abiding has suffered a great loss The people came from Pittsburg Pennl Columbus Ohio and Indian apolis hid to the funeral We were in the pretty Woodford Capital that day and the universal ex pression froths all classes was that of profound sorrow at his passing hence DOUBLE HEADER Last excursion to Cincinnati Dou ble header base ball game via Queen Crescent Route Sunday September 29thttsasr Early Rlsof s TIN foue little pill 1 nh I QUEEN QUALITY SHOES t p PERFECT FITTING I ATTRACTIVE STYLES t 1 f We are ready with the complete Fall display of f if these famous shoes They are priced at 300 350 and i 400 The immense sale of these shoes is convincing f 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 I RKMcCLURE j SONStiIncorporated ra Jj Ilj CINCiNINATI A f RETURN V- IAFCRY J1iTDAY SEPT 29 SPECIAL TRAIN Leaving frankfort 7tiO A f HUMANE APPEAL A humane citizen of Richmond Ind Mr U D Williams 107 West Main street says I appeal to all persons with weak lungs to take Dr Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has helped me and fully conies up to the proprietors recommendation It saves more lives than all the other throat and lung medi cines put together Used as a cough and cold cure the world over Cures asthma bronchitis croup whooping cough quinsy hoarseness and phthisic stops hemorrhages of the lungs and builds them up Guaran teed at all drug stores 50 cents and U Trial bottle free +aa BUCKS FOR SALE I have for sale three or four GOOD BUCKS Apply to BOWEN HENRY Sept 21tt W Early Risers ih flIttIepills f lJoiiiJ j i THEEE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR tl HihGradeVehIc1eji f jyThanconclusion that a CHEAP vehicle is DEAR at any price Our work is strictly hand made find is sold under ka guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle that is firstclass and will give perfect satisfaction drop us a card and we will call to see you We know we can suit you in both quality and prices 11e ask is an opportunity to discuss the matter with you t Seller Carriage GoII tri VERSAILLES KY H K WARDaPresident Sec and Treas n h G lI- i cp 75 m i Chattanooga and Return f FROM if 1 Frankfort VIAJI Queen Crescent Route f1icketsOct 30th For information ask Ticket Agents or write H C Wing G P A Lexington Ky Sept 14 jl DR SHOOP FAMILY MED RACINE WIS COI Trial Catarrh treatments are beingI mailed out free on request Skbop Ticlne Wte These 1rt are proving to tho peoplewithout a pennys cost tho greatest value of this scientific prescription known to lI druggists everywhere as Dr Snoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by Capitol Pharmacy t wph