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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT I GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTEDJO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWSrfE111IS 100 In Advance VOL XXX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCTOBER 51907 N052 IiI FRANKFORTS PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS GEORGE SAL IN No1 Staple and Fancy Groceries tions Cigars and and Country Prod No 510 Second St Now Phone 517 Old liceIjuno 155m 0morauam cxarurmxmo an KODAKSLEC- OMPTE I I GAYLE CO I EBNEK June J11lorno1atl1I nwunrnarw- i ji LAUNDRY Tho M N IJfiU1Hlr aims to Stntelit PLUMBING 1Vhen in need of llrstclass new- or sanitu work call on Chas Whitehead 101 St Clair street Ready at all times with I prices to suit the most skeptical I Both Phones 105 Jute i5G- mliOFRllkUC6COMPflllYT Manufacturers of Pure Artificial Ice made from Distilled Water Factory Nos 102 104 and 108 Main Street Phones 8U and I 1he largest and best equipped plant in the State June 15 ont CHANGE OF PROPRIETORS Mr Eugene Carlton at present jclerk in the postofflce on Wednes urchased from Mr C nydotntfit1 in the if5Jivery stable oil Mam strec t rdtf tV doors west of this office Mi Carlton is a clever and ener 1geUc gentleman and will doubtless make a success of his new venture llr Hazelrigg has not yet deter- minedL what business he will enter 141 upon DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY MEETrbJoseph H Lewis Chapter Daugh i ters of Confederacy will meet this afternoon Saturday at 3 oclock at it the residence of Miss Pattie Burnley on Wapping street A full attendance is requestedMISS LENA BENTONSecretary T Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Snoop Racine Wls These tests are proving to the peoplewithout a pennys costthe great value of this t scientific prescription known to drug Igists everywhere as Dr Shoops Ca Remedy Sold by Capitol Pharmacy fFIRE AT OLD CROW DISTILLERY The big stables at the Old Crow Distillery of W A Gaines ft Co just across the Woodford line were i destroyed by fire on Wednesday If morning Loss which amounted to 1000 was covered by insurance The stock was rescued but all the provender was destroyed 0 7BADLY HURT Mr A Y Hubbell who is one of the best carpenters and most trious young men of this city indusI the misfortune to fall from of the stable of Mrs L A Sr on Monday afternoon and sus tain serious und painful bruises to his head arms and side He was tar ken to his home and surgical atten tion was rendered at once We are glad to know that he is doing nicely rDr Weaver Syrup MiM Uw Mood i cate fetateeatt for the rim t Ir i Ai j t t t SOUTH CO PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY June 15fini Both Phones 17 GaDHal aLllllrYOflleo Cor Main and Ann Sts Laundry Foot of Ann St FRANKFORT KY Jun15 In Addition to LUMBER- Wo sell tho Celebrated Hnm mol Paint and tho best Wall Plaster made Invincible COjuno NAT MILLER THE TAILOR oingClcllllinSuits Made to Order 405 Main St Opp Capital Hotel June 15Bin C OYaC lYi1fJ m W Jv SCOTTOW Country Produce a Specialty Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Both Phones BridgeStreets juno 15iiiu rNEW SUPERINTENDENT OF TRANSPORTATION t Effective October 1 VI Andrews appointed General Superintendent of transportation Queen Crescent Itbt e rvith Jtrri 3r iurr rIhTransportation Department reporting to General Manager The Office As sistant to General Manager is now abolished THE SPIRIT OF HOME IIt was obvious to him that neither carpets nor furniture no matter how soIter of old friends and they suit the farmer to a T But old or new they have nothing to do with a home If something else is lacking What that something is or how it is to be ac quired no man can tell you there is no receipt for it According to a well detlned rumor the Pullman palace cars have been the means of ren dering many a house hideous and a hideous house can never be fashioned into a home The finest things in the world are as cheap as dirt when they are not subordinate to something else They can not make a home if II Am Ready PHOTOS To Make The Best And nil styi of Port rn Itlf nt m new allcry South JrIlIlJrfort- Brhhw St Can on tho Reliable Photo Kraphur H Go MATTERN notlgolIlightCapital Gas Electric IThe Light CO Incorporated The South Side Meat Market j The Best Hoof Lamb Veal and Pork Fresh and Smoked Sausage Sliced Ham Oysters and Fish in Season I I juno 15fim NEVILLE COLLINS r Liquors and Where to Buy Them The Hure Food Law didI1outinI jgcnt1jUllo i the spirit of home be nqtT in those who inhabit the house t is bred in the air It is borne on ale breeze and is so insistent thatcan mistake It ir notI We that ueQis rotel ty nor riches man make it so and that is a pity too since we are all so anxious to breathe its atmosphere The stuffy smell of the shop the in notIpronounced Old furniture for which there Is such a persistent demand will not better it All of us know a number of fine house where the massive walls enclose and try vain ly to hide some of the most hideous tangles of life and hope And so it is that fine houses and costly furniture play no part whatever in the making of a home they have noth ing to do with ItJoel Chandler Har ris in Uncle Remuss Magazine for October TOGO ONrINTERURBAN Mr Ira Hulette who has been employed on the city fraction Line will be transferred to the Frankfort Ver sallles and Lexington Interurban Line when the hourly schedule goes on II REDWOOD iJl Our car of Redwood Lumber kind Shingles has arrived We can furnish lumber for Hog Boxes Boats c Call or telephone jMND4COIT I Io BELOVED LADY BADLY HURT On Saturday last Mrs Edith S Hunter one of the most universally beloved Indies of Woodford county was badly hurt by being thrown from her surrey by her runaway horse col liding with vehicles on the street In VersaillesMrs was thrown clear of the vehicle and alighted on the top thingjMain street In Versailles where the accident occurred was crowded with vehicles as is always the case on Saturday afternoon and onlY of the marvels Is that only two were smashed by the frightened animal IIrs Hunter sustained a gash over Inches long from her eyebrows to the crown of her headwhlch required a number ot stitches to close She was also badly bruised and shaken up- The hosts of friends of this beloved lady are rejoicing at her eIHIS DEAR OLD MOTHER My dear old mother who Is now eightythree years old thrives on Electric Bitters writes W B Brun son of Dublin Ga She has taken them fcr about two years and en joys an excellent appetite feels very strong and sleeps well Thats the way Electric Bitters affect the aged and the same happy results follow In all cases of female weakness ana general deuility Weal puny chill dren too are greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed also for sUmach liver and kidney troubles by all druggists 50 cents and 1 bottles FORMER CITIZEN BADLY HURT IMr W W Darnell formerly of city father of Mr James S Dar nell met with a pad accident Mon CltIhis age 77 sfit Is feared that recoverI for many years a county and afterwards lived here HARD TIMES IN KANSAS The old days of grasshoppers ant drouth are almost forgotten In the prosperous Kansas of today although a citizen of Codell Earl Shamburg has not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered He says was worn cut and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no re lief till tried Dr Kings New Dis covert It took less than one bottle to completely cure me The safest and most reliable cough or cold remedy and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaranteed by all drug gists rO cents and 100 bottlV- Trial bottle free FREE DELIVERY IN GEORGETOWN Ve r juice to know that our pretty little siter city of Georgetown has btOa limited free delivery of mail by flu Postoflice Department at Vasirtnn City Georgetown is a progressive and beautiful city and deerv this assistance in us strides for pn ivss w SKATING RINK OPENED The UK skating rink on Second stivit smith Side opened on rues day night and a big crowd were pres ent Oer 2000 tickets were sold and early hi the evening the pairs of ska cs were in use After that persons dv Ious 01 enjoying the fun had to wait their turn From the present outluk the rink will be a success from ti tart- AWARDED oBIG CONTRACT Mr B D Tracey has been awarded a big contrut with the National Concrete Construction Co who are the subcontractors on the McClure Heal ty Cos big building for furs Ming crushed stone for the work Mr Tracey is a hustler and will keep things humming so long as his contract lasts rIIWfI Ladies Tailored Garments IThe Very Choicest of Them are Gathered Here Our showing of Suits Coats and Skirt is now at its best all sizes bin represented in all the various styles Tho most correct fashion oxftions assembled here exclu youllfluciwhere in style and quality at our prices i Twonld be well for you if purchaserto see our assortment in its present grand completeness to come before tho choicest purchasersaM fseolearn the true styles acquaint yourself with our exceptionally low prices t Suits X15 00 to 4500 I Coats 500 to 6000 Skirts 6 00 to S16 50 i Ie Kagin Bro 4143 St Clair Street I A CRIMINAL ATTACK On an inoffensive citizen is frequent ly made in that apparently useless little tube called the appendix Its generally the result of protracted con stipation following liver troubleiDr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver prevent appendicitis and establish regular habits of the bow els 25 cents at all drug stores GOING TO CALIFORNIA We regret to learn that Mr Walter G Chapman Clerk of the U S Court in this city owing to illhealth is forced to take a trip to California where he will remain with his fami ly for some months This family are fine people and they will be sadly missed from out community aJUDGE BURNAM NOMINATED Judge A Rollins Burnam of Rich mond late Chief Justice of tho Court of Appeals has been nominat ed for Senator by the Republicans of the 29th Senatorial District Madi son Estill Lee anti Powell counties by a convention held at Irvine on Friday last Judgo Burnarn will succeed his father Mnj Curtis P Burnam now r89 years of age Dr Weavers Syrup and Orivt- BttOMif nl trtttoMnt for blood and tUa MMM t Good wearing Hose for Indies Misses find Children lOc loc 25c 35c and 0c crSAFlLEE3 Y9E1 iJI f Iil 1 t PERSONAL LouisMr Geo C Shaw visited in Cincinnati this week Mrs J S Price visited friends in Lexington last weelIMiss Sallie T Pence is lsltlng- friends in Louisville Mrs II T Stanton Is visiting heron in St Louis Mo Col John F Davis visited in Shalbyville this week Mrs Oscar Hooker visited friends ojIn Cincinnati this Week A Mr Thos Jones of Bloomfield was r in the city on Monday Judge John L Dorsey of Bender j son was here Tuesday f Judge John F Hager of Ashland if i was in the city Tuesday tJ Mr B F Slater of Texas came nighttgVy r Is vlsltine AR In a1lQ iiss Rebecca Averill has returned from a trip through Europe Col H Z Churchill has returned from a visit to Elizabethtown Mrs Geo L Willis of Shelbyville visited relatives here this week Mr Chas F Exum of Lexington was hi the city on Wednesday Mr C Steele Reading left Monday on a business trip to Cincinnati Mr Joseph LeCompte of Lexing ton was in the city Wednesday Mr H H Heise and wife of Madi schi Ind visited here this week Mrs W T Reading left Monday for Bowling Green to visit relatives Mr Wm Cromwell and Mr W S Polsgrove hav returned from Padu- cah Mr Richard Godson of Midway attended the courts here on Thurs dayMr H V McChesney wife and r cEild visited friends at Marion this week firs E C Roemele and son re turned Wednesday from Dayton Ohio Miss Genevieve Posey returned f Wednesday from a visit to Cincin nati Mrs W O Crockett of Danville was the guest of relatives here this week JfW Mr John M Emmitt and Mr How ard Umethun visited in Lexington J Clark the noted architect of Louisville was in the city this weekJudge Jere R Morton and wife of Lexington were in the city on Tues dayMr Marvin D Averill who has been In New York City has returned home Mr L B Weisenburgh Sr and P wife have returned from a visit to Louisville Mrs J S Price was the guest of Mrs J B Lewlsln Versailles t Monday 7if Mrs John G Southnd Mrs W1 New Dress Skirts 350 S400 500 and 65O 0 Bradley have returned from Mar tlnsville Ind t Miss Elizabeth Pepper is the guest of her sister Mrs Chas D Clay at LexingtonMr MJiles left Wednesday on In business trip to Lexington and other points Iills S C Bull Sr is the guest of Mrs W P Williams at Irvine Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis attended the horse show in Louisville on TuesdayMiss May Botts of Bethel is the guest of Miss Nina Hazelrigg Second street Miss Maria Llndsey is visiting her brother Mr Dudley Llndsey In wensboro Mr Holley Watts of Mt Eden eras the guest of relatives here the first of the week Miss Nina Hazelrigg has returned from Olympia Springs where she has been visiting f m Hobbs Taylor Is the guest parents Mr Chas Lang ana wi e a Louisville Col Ed E Abbett left yesterday for Cynthiana on business for the K D W H Co Mrs Mary Blakemore and Mrs Lafe Crutcher are guests of Mr Geo C Graddy at Versailles s Mrs S W Hager has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs C J Norwood in Lexington Prof E R Jones returned Thurs day from the Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias at Paducah Judge Chas R McDowell State Election Commissioner of Danville was in the city Tuesday Mrs Asa WalKer of Washington City is the guest of her parents Maj J A Grant and wife Mr N Lindsay South visited his parents Rev1 K P South and wife at Jetts this week Judge Chas H Rodes of Danville was In attendance upon the Court of Appeals on Tuesday Judge Jos D Hunt of Lexington was in the city on Tuesday return ing home that evening Mr Clarence Julian and wife visit ed her brother Mr Lyne Herndon- In Louisville this week MrThos S Jones of Bloomfield who has been visiting here returned home on Thursday Miss Jane Todd Holmes who has been visiting at Dixon Springs Tenn has returned home Capt I T West wife and son Mr James B West left Tuesday for a months stay at Irvine Mr Lafayette Crutcher and wife attend the funeral of Mrs RttfjtM Gay at Plsgah on Monday Mrs J H Hazelrigg and grand daughter Miss Martha Chenault left Monday for Kansas City Mo Hon John B Baskin and Hon D W Baird of Louisville attended the Court of Appeals on Wednesday Judge Clfas li Hardin and Mrs W J Price of Harrodsburg attend ed the Court of Appeals this week Mr M D Hiffner and wife and MlsV Marian Willis of Versailles r The Popular Underskirt Sorosis 810081508200210 J SundayMr were visitors here on Wednesday Miss Rachel Settle left Monday for Washington City where she will at tend school at Failmount College Mr Julian VanWlnkle of Louisville was the guest of his brother Mr A C VanWlnkle this week Rev Fathers T S Major and J II ONeil went to Lexington ou Tuesday afternoon over the Interurban Line Mr O C Kenney and wife have returned from a visit to their broth erinlaw Mr J T Arnold in Owen tonMr F S Haff and family who have been guests of relatives at Pern N Y returned home Friday Leah Walker of Owen coun ty who has been the guest of Dr L T Minjsh and wife has returned home Rev Humphrey M Polsgrove wife and daughter Miss Anna of Metropolis Ills are guests of relatives here Xs lIrsT Jda rLi n of Versailles atteuu funeral of Mr John R Prentiss ou MondayMr J Clark of Louisville who has been the guest of his niece Miss Annie Herndon has returned Hugh Hurst Rodman and wife of Dawson Springs are guests of his parents Col Jos L Rodman and wifeIJohn P Hanley and wife has re turned home Mr A G Patterson and wife of Pmevllle who have been guest of Gen N B Hays and wife have returned home Mr Johnson Zimmerman and wife of Thirman Va are guests of Col- E H Taylor Jr at Thistleton on their bridal trip Rev Geo D Prentiss of Owings ville attended the funeral and burial of his father Mr John R Prentiss on Monday Mr John W Reading and wife were called to plsgah Monday by the death of their sisterinlaw Mrs Robert Gay Miss May Martha Shacgleford of Clinton Mo who has been the guest of Col Sam J Shackleford and wife has returned home Mr A O Kyle and wife of Har rodsburg who have been guests of Col Geo P Chinn and wife have re turned home Mrs Eliza Green Alexander of Greenville Miss who was the guest of tier aunt Miss Eliza Overton left for home Monday Mr Win McAlpine and wife of Lawrenceburg Mass were guests of their son Capt W H McAlpin Second street this week Mr Fred L Grinstead and wife of Lexington were guests of his pa rents Capt R L Grinstead and wife West Side on Sunday Mr J S Darnell and wife were called to Louisville on Tuesday by the serious accident to his father Mr W W Dar ell Mr John P Hanley and wife and Continwfd on page 8j gfiB I Childrens Coats 1 styles 8350 800 400 alll1ewJ FEENEYStLace Dotted Swisses Muslins and Curtain Nettings in the new creations in pairs or yard goods including Irish Point Tamboured Soutache and Marie Antoin ette styles COATS AND SKIRTSIWe are getting in daily QUI Coats and Skirts and want every lady in Frankfort to see them They pricesOur in the city tETH0EiiValue The Leading Grocer t The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand- Made Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place JOHN DRIB COLT 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE If your blood Is Impure thin diseased hot or full of humors If you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema Itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood Is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 ior large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deep seated cases as It cures after all else fans Mar 2ly KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discover I FOR cOUCHS OLDS SGOO Trial PBICEI AND ALLTHROATANDLUNOTROUB- LEBGUARANTUD SrI8PAcnOB OR MONEY UPUNDED r r 50 YEARS- FXPERIENCf 1 DESIGNSfCOPYRIGHTS Anyone sending a sketch and de crlnllon ma our opinion free wfintlicr nn Intention Is probably lImlllunlr tlonsBtrlctlyconfldential on Patents urinApatentePatente ive ttclal notice without charuo In tho Scientific JMcan-handsomely Illustrated weekly IniRcst cir JrearDr Weavers TreatmentISjnp for the blood Cerate for skin Chesapeake eruptlonaI Schedule in efloct Nov 2 UU6 sub ject to change without notice t jk Limited for Louisville Nashville Meat phis West and Southwest t 920 A M nUll U14 P M Dally Limited For Washington Baltimore Ihiladel pills New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1016 1 M and 801 P M Dallyt 28lyrij ftt i BEITMS PRENTISSIn Lexington on Saturday night Mr John R Prentiss aged 65 years after a long illness Mr Prentiss was born in Owen county but came to this city to re side with his parents the late Mr anIi years following his avocation of mill wright and miller Later he removed to Versailles where he was employ ed as miller at the Hope Mills i he met with a terrible whenI having his right hand caught il rolls and so badly crushed that tatlon was necessary After tlcldent he went out of the mill ing Iness and opened a grocery and provision store Still later re moving t Lexington and continuing the business About two years ago 2 ifs hoheruMnndrew r uuiitaneVmill at Laq dtnceIburg reIturnend When a young man he was happily married to Miss fizzle Cain of this city who with two sons Rev Geo D Prentiss of OwingsvlUe and Mr Luther Prentiss of Lexington are left to mourn an Indulgent and len der father and husband In addition he leaves an aunt Mrs Mary Jones of this city a brother Mr Houghton Prentiss of Belleville Kansas and a married sister who also lives in Belleville r Mr Prentiss was an upright honor able Christian gentlemana member of the Baptist Church He was our playmate and friend in boyhood and throughout life that friendship continued We lay our tribute of re spect aid love upon Iris stilled heart inI lifeItery on Monday morning by Rev Dr M B Adams assisted by Rev a T F Taliaferro and the remains were laid to rest in the family lot Farewell friend We shall clasp hands once more beyond the shadow and the shining sCOUNTY COURT DAY Monday will be county court day and there will doubtless be a big qrowd in town unless the farmers f are too busy sowing their small train THE FASHION DISPLAYW- 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 2500Suits that express individual styles in every line35 to 50 Special Suits for Little Women Shirt Waists Net Waists are the thing Ecru or White Net Waists over Silk 500 and 600 Plaid Silk Waists 100 Wed nesday to Mr Wm S Sandifer andI wife nee Lida Hundleya son If real coffee disturbs your stomach your heart or kidneys then try this clever coffee ImitationDr Shoops Health Coffee Dr Shoop has closely jiiptched 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 toasted grain or cereals with Malt Nuts etc Made in one minute No tedious tong wait You wjll surely like it Get a free sample at our store Capitol Pharmacy SPRING HILL NEWS s Alpha Wells was the gust of Mr and Mrs J P Pfeiffer were the guests of their daughter Miss Lula Lact field last Sunday Mr Barney Lacefield visited Ills brother Mr D G Lacefield lastI Friday and Saturday Died September 2Slh infant sou of Mr and Mrs Charley Baskiu Mrs Polite Ann Wells and three children Liz Je Lilla and Roy visit ed her sister Mrs Belle Campbell or South Side Tuesday Miss May Lacefield Miss Pearl Lacefield and Miss Ethel Montgom ery were the guest of Miss Lilla Lacefield last Thursday Miss Annie Montfort visited her sister Mrs Robert Lloyd last week Mr D G Lacefield has finished cutting and housing his tobacco this week JANE DISTINGUISHED MAN OF OLD TIMES DIES Col John A Prall formerly Senator from Bourbon county in the Leg- Islature of 1SCOC4 died at his homo In Danville on Wednesday last of 1Jara Col Pall was an old time able and conscientious lawyer At the outbreak of the civil war he espoused the Union cause and stood firmly by his ideas to the end He was pointed at one time as U S Asses sQl for this district and made aI most efficient officer until that office was consolidated with that of Collector of Internal Revenue Ho was a devoted friend of the Hon R Tar win Baker who was Senator from Cloaks 50 inch Cloaks in the new Mar chionery or Fitted Models 1000 to 4000 Childrens Cloaks Superbassortment 300 to 1500 Merode Underwear Lignt Fall Weight Gloves New Fall Shades Neckwear Belts Mote F A 1VE R J 1BIRTH5SANrIFERIn Mecnusla guetjof lslsI Campbell and Pendleton counties lot two terms- His wife was the daughter of the late Hon Geo W Williams of Paris under whom Col Prall studied law onetlmejIyears He leaves one son and two daughters to mourn his death His remains were Interred at Lexington oN TSPLENDID RAIN just about dark on Thursday even Ing a gentle rain began to fall which gradually Increased In volume until It became a ground soaker clod masher and gully washer It rained on steadily until about 4 a m ot yesterday The parched earth eager ly received Its grateful wetting and all nature smiled again as the earth was parched and dry NEW MEAT TORE Burnett will open storefrriftm nectlc uwa a cery and pro vision house at No 330 Todd street Roberts old stand today will have the freshest niceland tenderest meat of all kinds lor sale f They are hustlers Give them a call THE LIVER QUARANTINE Ins l Hurried eating has ruined a mans stomach The digestiondestroying pro cess is gradual at first But it a short time until the liver balks the digestive rgans give way and almost countless ills assail time man who endeavors to economize time at the ex pense of his health IA torpid liver causes a quarantine of the entire system It locks in the diseased germs and body poisons and affords them full play inviting some serioiyi illness qIn families where August Floweris used a sluggish liver and constipation are unknown so are all stomach ailments as well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn headaches and and blader affec shouldbeqTwo sizes 250 and 750 AU druggists For sale by J W Gayle twaOLD TAYLOR 11 THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY- E H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors Frankfort KentuckyI i It i Dress Goods 38 inch all Wool Serge 50c 52 inch Fine Broadcloth worth 125 L00- Beautiful Novelties 100 to 200 yard Silks Handsome Plaid for Waists 36 inch Black Tafletta 100 PLRSONALS Olt tin Hen from page 2 Mi W B OConnell and wife were guests of Mr Harry Schoberth in Versailles on Sunday Mr J Andrew Cain and wife of Versailles attended the funeral and burial of their brotherinlaw Mr John R Prentiss on Monday InWT Mahoney and children of New Orleans La who have been guests of her sister Mrs J Grays McLean have returned home Corder111amond Va to attend the General Council of the Episcopal Churchj Mr Jas H Dryden and son of Hamilton Ohio who have beei vls sting his mother Mrs John B Dry den returned home on yesterday Messrs Theodore Foell and J D Cale Jr Of Lg11 J21 urday and Sunday with Mrs B T Crutcller near this city I1lIsses Lottie and Nannie Bridge ford have returned home after a very pleasant visit at Estill Springs and Judge Nathan Turplns in Richmond Co Sam H Stone was in the city on Friday night en route to his homo In Louisville He came down on the Falls City from Valley View Mrs Robinson Farmer and Miss Laura French have returned from Granville Tenn where they were RitoKts of Mr J Craik Jackson and wifeMrs H D Benedict who has been visiting her parents Mr Geo M Brook and wife at Crescent View left Friday for Muscogee Indian Territory Mrs John R Prentiss aiid son Mr Luther Prentiss of Lexington at tended the funeral and burial of her hushmd Mr John R Prentiss on Monday Rev Sanford Logan who has been r rii tng a meeting with Rev Win Crowe at the Southern Presbyterian Church left for his home yesterday morning 9 Prof E R Jones Mr Wm Crom well and Mr W S Polsgrove left Monday for Paducah to attend the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias as delegates from Dexter Lodge this city f CASTORIAFor The Kind You Havo Always Bought Bears the- Siguuture of d llgenuineLuxafivcromoiiy b In onl1 BUCKS FOR SALE I have for sale three or four GOOD BUCKS Apply toBOWEN HENRY Sept 21tf f tO t MEETING OF STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY Unveling of Portraits of Governors of State AVirga number of members and ffrienor gathered In the Historical Societys room on Thursday morning to witness the unveiling by the Sec retary Mrs Jennie C Morton of a number of portraits of former Gov ernors of Kentucky which have been acquired by the Society to be placed in the Hall of Fame in the New Capitol t HNearly all of the portraits are life size and are splendid works of art Fourteen oil portraits of Governors possesslonfproposes secure a par trait of every Governor if It Is pos sible to adorn the Hall of Fume The portraits displayed were those of Governor by Nicholas M 1ladlsontYlll Go Vtnl 1 Hundley Georgtown Gov t Scott In Revolutionary War uniform by Paul Sawyler of this city Gov ernor Knott by Miss Kate Helm of Ellzabethtown and Governor Helm by Miss Kate Helm this being a do nation to the Society by his sons Attorney Jas P Helm and Mr John Helm Miss Helm Is the gifted granddaughter of Governor Helm and the daughter of Gen and Mrs Ben Hardin Helm of Louisville Tho portrait of Governor Knott was painted in the Legislative Hall from life Miss Helm has opened a studio in Louisville and has already received and executed some very fine work A portrait of President Jefferson Davis was ordered by the Con federate Veterans and was placed in the Memorial Hall at New Orleans another the portrait of General Randall iGibson was ordered by his daughter Mrs Sara Humphries for r the same Memorial Hall One of General George Roger Clark and one of Judge Flanningan was ordered byrthe bar at Winchester and all oC these portraits have been received most enthusiastically Miss Helm spends a great deal of trtime with ther sister Mrs Waller II Lewis at Woodlake and is so well known hero that her friends will be glad to learn of her wonderftil success in oil portraiture The new paintings The Beeches by Mrs Fannie Porter Dickey and The Polar Beat by Audubon were also exhibited All of time officers were reelected by Historical So ciety Prof G L Downing was added to the Executive Committee BELOVED MINISTER BADLY HURT Rev J W Venable of Hopkins yule fell as he was entering his home on Wednesday and fractured his right hip Mr Venable was for a few years assistant rector of As cension Church this clty afterwards being called to Versailles where he remained for years Some years ago he was transferred to Hop kinsville He served as Grand Chap lain of tho Grand Lodge of Odd Fel ableIhost of friends throughout the Stat9tiwill pray for his recovery t I I Tne Frankfort Hounl1aDout = uu = Entered at the postoiHci1 at Frankfurt Ken tucks us secondclass inailubk1 mutter FLU A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT OCT 5 1907 =ANOTHER CONSPIRACY The grand jury of this county re turned an indictment against Caleb Powers H1 Benton Julia Sfirs charging them with conspiring to ob taut proof that Henry Youtsey ac lowledged that he had flied the shot that killed Goebel affidaiIWhen it is remembered how some ot the testimony heretofore used in the Goebel suspect cases was obtained it will take lots of genuine proof to make the doubting Thomases tape the bait of this new evidence of conspiracy Later Powers and others denounc story and demanded trial at this cour which demand was ignored See fef THE REGISTRATION The following is the result of the registration held on Tuesday last Dem Rep N C Voglers 1G4 194 7 midge 225 89 11 12111arkethouse Gaines Stable 245 115 11 Gashouse 113 142 Sj Kenneys Mill 229 98 3 Totals 1300 793 C5 Democratic plurality 507 The following was the registration in 1905 II 12631Republicans 6041Nonconlmlttal tion in 1900- Democratic 1171 vRepublicaH 597 Democratic plurality 574 Noncomm5ttal 44 DISTILLERIES FOR PRODUCTION OF DENATURED ALCOHOL 1ff C J1d Commissioner Capers Gses InfOTma r tion on Subject In a Circu lar Letter to Revenue Collectors WASHINGTON Oct John G Capers 2SpecialI Internal Revenue today CoHecltorsdenatured alcohol with special attenl than to the more liberal construction as provided through amendments by Congress of the original law The Commissioner also points out that in cases where the prohibition sentiment has rendered stills useless for distilling beverages they canl with slight changes be converted comlmissionerIn the preparation of regulations methods of dealing with the produc than of industrial alcohol as to en courage such production Many of the provisions of the laws relating to the operation of distilleries at which spirits for tax payment are produced were suspended as applied to industrial distilleries and the artificial element of cost of production resulting from rules and regulations more or less restrictive in their char acter necessary at regularly established distilleries are eliminated in the case of industrial distilleries Effort has been so far as governmental regulation and supervision are concerned to remove every obstacle to the placing of industrial distiller ies on the same basis as the sawmill the gristmill or flour mill Industrial distilleries are those at which not more than 100 proof gal Ions of spirits can be produced in twentyfour hours and at which alcohol for denaturation only can be producedIn production of spirits at such distilleries any substance whatever may bo used An industrial distiller can set tip and operate Ins plant at any point on land owned or controlled by hun self except upon the promises of a brewery or within 600 feet of the promises of a rectifying establishment or a vinegar factory using the vaporizing process There must be filed with the collector of the district a statement describing the distillery the distilling apparatus and tho listillery premises The distiller must give bond equal to the tax on the spirits than can be produced at tht plant in thirty days operating at its full capacity and the penal sum of this bond must at all times be eual to the tax on all denatured spirits on hand at the dis distillery The proprietor of an industrial dls tillery is not required to produce per cent of the spirits called for by his survey It he accou4 s for all the material used and all the spirits produced he can not he held for de ficiency under his survey He can operate his distillery at such times as suit his convenience and an offi eel is not put on duty at the distill ery unless in the opinion of the col lector of the district the interest of the service demands it One or more persons or an association of persons may set up register ant operate an Industrial distillery that is to say it may he operated by one farmer two farmers or a dozen farmersThe operators may have all or a part 01 the produce denatured at the distillery for their own use or for jocal consumption or they may sell all or a part of it to central denatur ing bonded warehouses lor transfer thereto for denatured purposes Alcohol before or after being denatured may be transferred from the distillery in tanks or tank cars Kecord of all spirlt producing ma terial brought on the distillery premises and used for the maufactnring of spirits of the time the plant op crates each lay tho alcohol produced and removed or de natured must be kept by the operator of the distillery and monthly returns of the operation of the dis tilhSijIflnot 1TtiiiniilotoTnTolfector of the district In the application for the survey of his distillery the owner or operator must name some person who will be in charge and be responsible for the same during his absence The Government on application made to the proper Collector of Internal Revenue for the establishment of an industrial distillery will send an officer to make the necessary es Umatesi surveys and to advise pei sons desiring to establish Industri al distilleries as to what is required of them In view of the fact that in many sections of the country local prohibi otry municipal county or State laws making the production of distilled spirits unlawful have rendered worthless for the production of beverage spirits many distilling plants this office deems it proper to call the attention of those interested to the fact that it is entirely practicable by nakhtg slight changes and additions to many of said plants to convert them into Industrial distilleries In many instances it is believed that the slight addition necessary can be made with a small expenditure of money This office Is not in possession of any information as to the application of the various State laws to the pro luction of spirits for denaturation only In some States the prohibitory laws have especially provided for the manufacture and sale of denatured alcohol In other States it will probably be a question for local judicial determination Tile prospective man ufacturer of industrial alcohol should 0000000000000000000000 That hacking coughcontinues Because your system is exhaustedand 0your powers of resistance weakened 0Take Scotts Emulsion 0 It builds up and strengthens your entire system 0 oItcontains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites so 0that it is easy to take and easy to digest 100ZOOOOOOO i 1rri IWll r investigate for himself as to the laws of his own particular State It has been demonstrated by ex periment that 100 pounds of the following productions of the farm will produce alcohol in the hollowing quan titles Rice 6 wine gallons 190 degrees proof rye barley spelt corn and sorghum seed 5 gallons Irish potatoes 1 gallons cassava 2M gallons turnips fourfifths gallon ar tichokes 14 gallons sugar beets 2 gallons sorghum or sugar cane 1 gallon waste molasses gallons grapes 2 10 gallons bananas 145 gallons and other fruits from 1 to jlVt gallonsADVERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frank fort Ky postolllce for the week end ing October 1907 Abbott John Barber Mrs Mary Bush Alice Bush Omar Bush Willie Brown C C Brunn Mrs Estelle Brocknow Joe Browning James J Cowles James J Cowls Miss Florence Collins L C Combs Savannah Davis Mrs Bessie De Claybrook Rev Win E Dunfred Mrs Ollie Gelx Miss Francis Hall Geo W Hall Hen- Holland Miss Mary Harrell A Hawks Edna- Haviland R S Hewitt Albert Horan Miss Ruth Spec Jones Raymond Kennedy W F Kidwell TomILane D Neder Co T W Lucas Wm ONeal Mike Parris J W- Rasinnissen Hugh Routh Effie White Mrs Mary Wilson Mrs Janie Scott Delia Smith Mrs F W When calling fOIl any of the above letters plelaP JlyadYerU d L GEOL BARNES P M BUY AT HOME There Is a growing practice among our citizens to go away from home to make their purchases of goods and necessariesThey this upon the specious plea that they can get what they want at less than it costs at home This may be so to some extent but to our certain knowledge a large ma jority of articles can he bought for as little or less than in the cities especially when it is taken into con sideration that it costs to go away to buy or it costs to have articles shipped here We have made it a point lately to inquire the prices of things both in Louisville and Lexington as given at the stores and almost invariably we found that the same could be bought here at the sane price and ill some instances for less moneyNotably is this the case with ref erence to such fruits as grapes pears apples plums These articles were all a shade higher in Lexington the first of the weep than they bring hereGentlemens clothing shoes etc can he bought for the same prices here for the same quality of goods It may be that ladies may find larger assortments in tIe cities from which to choost but goods here bring the identical prices at which they are sold in these places Buy at home You make your money here Spend it here 9 REPORTED ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE Mr Dennis ONan a man about town while on a whiz Friday even Ing attempted to kill himself so it is said by shooting through the skin of the back of his head near the base of the skull The ball skirted tho skull and went out Inflicting a gash about three inches long Officer Dav d Reagan who was near the place where the shot was fired arrested Nan and took him tot surgeon who dressed the wound after which lire was placed In the workhouse I1 Pleasant to takeTT Laxativer SyrupJ J NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he win tell you Laxative Fruits anti their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used ill Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as NauseousnessBloated Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatched Sfeythe StolesWheelbarrows Thresher Machine Oil I Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches i FRANK G SJAGGi Hardware Paints Oils Etc CapitolFouiidry Machine CoiJHOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in and Repairers of Machinery and Machine Supplies of All KindsF Both New and Secondhand WE HAVE FOR SALE Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boiler Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill BurN 200 Bushels CapacityJ 11Liot BOTH PHONESiIit t l ISYCAMORE FRONT done cutting tobacco and are now busy cutting corn Mrs Cleo Hall who hasbeen very sick for the past three weeks we are glad to say is touch better Mss Lula Sheets of lint Zion IF visiting Mrs Chas Matthews or Benson this week Mrs Kate aallee of Lexington Is the guest of her daughter Mrs Will IMoore near Benson Mr and Mrs Stoddard Moore spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs James Moors spentNMiss Minnie Hall who has heel visiting her brothers Mr Irvine Hall has returned home Mr Mace and Mr Herman Stevens and sister Miss Bessie Stevens who have been visiting their friend Miss Mattle Moore have returned to their home In Lexington Mr and Mrs J H Sheets spent Sunday evening with Mr and Mrs Bud Sudduth r Misses Carrie Moore and Lena Flynn of Frankfort were the guests of Mrs Jim Moore Saturday and SundayMr Hamilton and Miss Bessie Rogers attended church at Choate vine Sunday morning Mr Virgil Sheets and Miss Nina i Clark were out driving Sunday morn lug Mr Boone Hamilton called on his best girl Sunday last 1i Mr Green Watson called on his best girl again Sunday evening tiMr Dan Moore called on Miss 1 Ethel Hulette Sunday afternoon Russell Rogers and his best tkgirl were out driving Sunday after- noonji tr Mr Floyd Johnson called on Miss fj Lizzie Moore Sunday evening Keep your eyes open Myrtle Dont let J your little sister beat your time Mr Victor Banta called on Miss iney Moore Sunday evening fr Lewis Moore called on his best unday afternoon has become of Bensonite Pea nd Sunny Jim We would btto hear from them once more BLUE BELLS Ifi c Vs Stomach troublts heart and kid1 iyaeyail p hfi oiclCrect ed with a prescription known to the druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative The prompt and sur i prising relief which this remedy immediately brings Is entirely due to its restorative action upon the controll ing nerves of the stomach etc CapT tol Pharmacy ASSIGNMENTS The following are the assignments ments for the revenue service for the I month of October No 1 Stall Co Lexington John T Gunn day John M Steven son additional and bottling A G Leonard gauger No 2 Kentucky River Distillery Frankfort W A Hamilton day T J Craig additional B McElroy ad ditional L H Finnell bottling C N Wiard gaifger No 3H E Pogue Distilling Co Maysville Frank Harting day IJF Brown additional and bottling II G Holiday gauger No 4W A Gaines Co Frank fortJ L Cox day E B Davis ad ditional W P Bacon additional W H Sneed additional Joftn Ste spanskl gauger No GTames E Pepper Co LexingtonAmos Griffith day Z J Phelps additional J R Sams addl tional and bottling D C Berryman t gauger No Poyntz Brothers Co J1fa svllle J R Dagley storekeep err gauger No 9S J Greenbaum Midway J W Black day P G Powell addi tional R H Davenport additional t P P Parrish bottling A S3 Piper night J M Burbridge ganger No 10 Peacock Distilling Co Ki I sertonW G Cook day J D Shy additional anti bottling D C Berry man gauger No 11S C Herbst Frankfort J G Barnett storekeeperganger No i4G G White Co ParisL t P llutchcraft day C T Throclc morton additional J M Walker bot tling D C Berryman gauger No 17Old McBrayer Distillery Co Mt Sterling J J Kearno day U G Carey additional and bottling A G Leonard gauger No 25J H Rogers Co Mays p viile W C Slye storekeepergang Gr N 32E M Babbitt Versailles IV itlw awXt C H Talbott day George T Mount joy additional and bottling S D Pinkerton gauger No i3Geo Baker Frankfort C II Wlckliffe day L F T Steele additionfgaugerNo 37Jolut Cochran C- oFrankfortW D Blanding day C M Kash additional and bottling D Walcutt gauger No tGJas E Pepper Co Lexington T E Oldham day E F Darnaby additional and bottling T H Shelby gauger No 50W1 Frazier Versailles Gus Whltehouse storekeeperganger No 52 Labrot Graham Frank fortE Craig day J T Berry addi tional and bottling S D Pinkerton gaugerNo fi3E H Taylor Jr Sons Frankfort Geo P McCann day W L Baker additional L R Diggs meal room J 11 Fraley bottling H S Bell additional E W Lane night D B Walcutt gauger No nParls Distilling Co Paris J M Russell Ay W W Cherry additional R D Grant additional C L Hough bottling D C Berry man gauger No 91J J M Saffell Frarilc fortA W Nazar day H S Sin clair additional and bottling F D Clark gauger No JGJ N Blakemore Farmdale J A Logan and Geo T Scarce store Imeperga ugers No 105 Buffalo Springs Distillery Co Stamping GroundS P Willis storekeeperganger No 10GW A Gaines C- oIllfinlfortB F Fannin day L L G W McConnell additional Henry Newsom additional D E Reid additional Da viii Harp additional J M Tanner bottling C N Wiard gauger No 113 George T Stagg Co Frankfort W M Saffell day H T Gaines additional J G Brawner ad ditional R Strauss bottling C N Wiard gauger No 347John R Sonn Limestone J M Patrick storekeepergauger Nou53Peter Fannin Crockett J C Holbrook storekeepergauger Lexington Public Warehouse Lex ington W F Croghnn and A V Combs storekeepergangers General storekeepergauger Lex fj Bullock rte cis E Pep jo R S Strader and son J J Shannon T H Shelby gauger Frankfort Rectifiers J P Wit liams John Stephanski gauger aISPLENDID ROAD We took our first ride over the new Interurban Line to Versailles on Saturday last and much to our sur t prise wo found the road the smooth est and easiest running of any of the Interurban Lines over which we have traveled and that too when it has just been opened for business It is by far a smoother road than the trac ion road from Versailles to Lexing ton ann that has been running for two years It is a splendid piece of road and reflects great credit on its builders OUT OF SIGHT Out of sight out of mind is an old saying which applies with special force to a sore burn or wound thats been treated with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its out of sight out of mind and out of existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing influence Guaranteed by all druggists Louisville a Atha tic Railwau EAST BOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains leave Versailles for Beatty ville and intermediate points at 700 im anti at 1200 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains from Beattyvllle and Intermediate points arrive at Versailles at 1030 a m and 530 p ON SATURDAYS ONLY Train leaves Versailles for Richmond anti intermediate points at 730 p in ON SUNDAYS ONLY Train leaves Richmond for Versailles and intermediate points at 415 p m The L A and the Traction Line affords excellent service betwoAn Frankfort and Nicholasville Ittcu mond Irvino Beatyvllle and interme diate points For further Information address H R SMITH G P A yersallles Ky Oct 51m r j 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 Lawrencobur 3d Mon dayBath Owlngsvillo 2d Monday Bourbon Paris 3d Monday Boyle Danville 3d Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday Clark Winchester4th ilondayi Estill Irvine 3d Monday Fayette Lexington 2d Monday Fleming Flemingssburg 4th Mon dayFranklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster4th Monday Grant Williamstown 2d Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4tlv Monday Henry New Castle 1st Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3d Mon dayILincoln Stanford2d Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 1st Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling1st Mon dayIOwen Owenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth1st Monday Powell Stanton1st Monday Pulasld Somerset 3d Monday Scott Georgetown3d Monday Shelby Shelbyville 2d Monday Wayne Monticello 4th IondayI Woodford Versailles4th Monday TIa E 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 solutely free to express its opinion on any subject whatsoeverthe welfare of our country our Commonwealth and our people the only duty Its telegraphic news Is complete Its market reports uptodate and always reliable J t76PFCMt TO THEN Our Regular Subscription Prices AILY 400 UNDAY ONLY 200 AILY AND SUNDAY 600 But if you so desire you can make idvantageoffs terms for Roundabout lad The Loiiisville Herald through the publisher of this paper This ombinatlon price is for a limited time only Send us 325 and we will send very day in the week without Sun lay and The Roundabout for one year subscribe now for this great barg- ainRoundabout The LouisvilleTimes fills the bill Published every week day afternoon You keep posted on EVERYTHING when you read THE TIMES Regular subscription price 500 a year You can get THE TIMES and RoundaboutBOTH FOR ONLY 5 Send your order to this papernot THE TIMES READ THE TIMES AND KEEP UP WITH THE TIMES BRIGHTESTI SNAPPIESTI BEST HON BEN L BRUNER TO SPEAK Hon Ben L Bruner Republican candidate for Secretary of State will address the voters of this city and county at tho courthouse on Tues lay night next October 8th at S oclock p Everybody invited to hear him Dr Wirer Treatment Ryrip pwifitt iha biixxJ Cerate U akin eruption TIlE BEST BHEHD IS MADE FROM PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER For Hay Straw Salt Seeds Potatoes and Produce Gall On t HEISE SONS i ST CLAIR STREET f Both Phones Jf FOR CatalogueOR Brief Work TRY TU- EROUNDABOUT STREET CAR LINE Cars leave Capital Hotel Main and Ann streets for South Frankfort com mencing at 615 a m and every 15 minutes until 1015 p m For ParkAt 615 a m and 3 cars per hour until 1015 p m For Cemetery 630 a m every 45 minutes until 945 p m For Leestown630 a m and every 30 minutes until 10 p IF AND V TRACTION CO J D SALLEE Supt Dr tadys Condition iowucra are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food b tmedicine and the best in use to put t horse in prime condition Price cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and La GayleI =f Low Rote Toa JI305 EcturuI305 I M Queen ifc Crescent Route and9AIF C Ry Sept 1G1 118tGood returning Sept 21st ir Ask agent lor partICularstSept 7td y r TWO DAILY TRAINSlt4 Tram Ltouisvill to 4 j CHICAGO al tL- VIA r Luinag 10th Stand Broadway 806 a m 821 pm i Jlrthate dnmpartmnrt ltztimaflLtON NIGHT TRAISIii1 Connections for CALIFORNIAa lu dtb Foraatry and includingCanadian Wt and North Term and TlnaeTabl OM application f L District Passenger Agent ATTENTION FARMERSw Our turner readers are requested to read the advertisement in another place of the great clubbing arrange ment which we have made with the American Farm World whereby we are enabled to oi er these two paperstRoundabout roll American Farm World for the price of the Rounda bout alone This is a splendid chance for farm ers to have a good farmers journal and their home paper for the sam price 1 EVERYBODY READ THIS We Can Save You Money this now Is The tune for to subIf you are not already a subscriber to paper you scribe If you are already a subscriber you should renew your uuliNcrlptluu uow white the liberal terms we oiler you prevail 11e have tuu arrangements with the publishers of THE AMERICAN FARM WORLD to club their paper with ours and If you will at once send us SIW we will send you both pip tII one year The American farm World Is a Large Agricultural Moniuy Publication contain lug each mouth from ao to M largo pages carefully edited hy one of the Ablest Agri cultural Vvrlters In the Inlted States It Is villa with original matter only for the farmer anti his family No copied matter whatever but the well tested methods of theI-best farmer In the country are here found to bo Just what the farnxr wants to know and It Is safe to say If followed will cave him money and Improve his forms You can get THE AMERICAN FARM WORLD a whole year together with our own paper If you will at once send us We will pay the imiilUlivrit of The American Farm World for you out of the amount you send us and you will receive their paper as well as our own regularly as Issued Do not delay but take advantage of this great oirer now Adilrani ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT KY i MJA SELBERT THE LEADING JEWELER y r MARRIEDWAINSCOTT City on Thursday Mr William Wainscott and Mrs Margaret E Douthitt were married ELLiqDERRlNGER this city on Tuesday Mr Paul Ellis and Miss Mattie Derringer were married by- Re C R Hudson of the Christian Church WATHENT013IN The following announcement has been issued Mrs Hugh Leonard Tobin invites you to be present at the marriage of her daughter Mary Grace to Mr Robert Nicholas Wathen Jr on the morning of Wednesday the sixteenth of October one thousand nine hundred and seven at eight oclock Church of Good Shepherd Frankfort Kentucky- HOLTEPERSON In Louisville on Saturday Mr W Harry Holt Jr ji yand Miss Ludy Katherine Epperson III were married Mr Holt is the youngest son of Ige W H Holt form ry rjf thl cityHis bride nursed him while r r Very ill as a soldier in the Spanish ljJ inr A weak stomach causing dyspep sia a weak heart with palpitation or Intermittent 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 mail samples free Write for them A test will tell Your health is certainly worth this simple trial Sold by Capitol Pharmacy o tHE MEETING AT SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The meeting at the Southern Presbyterian Church that has been in progress for ten days closed on Thursday night Rev Sanford Lo gpan of Wilmore a preacher of very marked ability and consecration con ducted the meeting The searching sermons were enjoyed by all the con gregation and tended to deepen the interest in the work There was a considerable ingathering of new members and we learn that more Will probably follow next Sunday Mr Loan expressed himself as much pleased with this church and its progress Weak Women To weak and ailing women there is at least one Way to help But with that way two treatments Smut be combined One is local one is constitu tional but both are important both essential Dr Shoops Night Cure is the Local ConstitutionalThemucous membrane suppository remedy while Dr fiboops Restorative is wholly an internal treat ment The Restorative reaches throughout the ttttro system seeking the repair of all nerve ailmentsThimplies does its slld1Ichargesand ambitionDundsvigor and energy Take Dr Shoops Xettorative Tablets or Liquid as a general tonic to the system For positive local help use as well ShoQpsNight CAPITOL PHARMACY v Young men and ladies with tion should Under new law which goes into effect March over 19000 are by the in the United States pay 60 to per month to You can in or four For full to the O Oct 52t N TO GO ON Mr a on the be to the F V L tion when the on sP that Wears Made in and origi nal patterns only Your Forks Spoons etc will be correct in every way if they bear the trade mark 6 JO 47Rogers The newest designs are shown in h Catalogue No 53 Sent free Mode only by Silver Co Successor to HRITANNIA l Marta tt 1ff SOLD BY M SELBERT LEADING JEWELER I BUCKS I Hot Blast Heater FREEtOCTOBER 14th 15th 15th 1rI In order to convince that Bucks blastr1 heater all that we claim it to bethe most economical ufacturedIIIn order show f one onefourth tons of the cheapest coal r slackwill do work of a ton of i coal in an ordinary heater I j r IrJYVe are going to up operate infroJ of ii I our store one of these celebrated heaters the demonstration HEATER jwill be given away ABSOLUTELY II HERE ARE THE CONDITIONS From on t6 every person who calls at our store we shall give a numbered ticketwhether they maketa purchase or Write on one end of the ticket and drop it in the for in the store Be sure keep the other endIiOn the of demonstration from tickets in the one will be drawn the person holding 1 that number will be presented the heater The only condition is that the person holding number must be present at the demonstration at the drawing Remember the Dates Oct 14th 15th 16th IR ROGERS al SONS un ATTENTION YOUNG PEOPLE biI learn telegraphy fthe text additional telegraphers railroads positions from beginners qualify three months particulars write National Institute Cincinnati TRACTION LINE Adolph Hawkins motorman City Traction Line will transferred Trac Line hourly schedule goes Silver Plate artistic Knives International MER1DKN you hot is heater man and soft or even the har set and t And after the FREE now not box the the box and with the drawn and Ii required Telegraph HUMANE APPEAL A humane citizen of Richmond lad Mr U D Williams 107 West Main street says I appeal to all persons with lungs to take Dr Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has helped me and fully come iii to the proprietors recom mendation It saves more lives than all the other throat and lung medi 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 ell drug stores 50 cents and 1 Trial bottle fret l J l Jl1- A THE t Ii t to your name date eighthour weak cines RESUMED FOR SEASON The Old Taylor Distillery of Messrr E H Taylor Jr Sons re slimed operations by making a mash on Friday last This is the only distillery in this district in operation A MISTAKE A number of papers have announc ed that Col Jno A Prall defended Mr Thomas BUford who killed Judge Elliott in the Woodford Cir cult Court The facts are that Bu ford was tried in Owen county not in Woodford at all c To check a cold get from your druggists some little Candy Cold lets called Preventlcs everywhere are now dispensing TabIvontics for they are not only but decidedly certain and Preventics contain no Quinine no is ative nothing harsh nor sickening Taken at the sneeze stage Prevea tics will prevent Pneumonia Bron chitis La Grippe etc Hence the name Preventics Good for feverishIchildren 48 Prevontics 25 cents j Trial Boxes 5 cents Sold by Capitol tPharmacy 112 Early RiserslTIM ffMMNM Httl pMfc III II The Good Old Summer Time = wrwnIr 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 wvnnurx + MLMYI YwwRfYYALL1 YYW l P G SOWRR GO307309 Main Street Hardware Merchants Both Phones f RELIGIOUS = ASCENSION EPISCOPAL A B Chinn the rec the services tCHURCHRev Prayer Prayer and Ser I 930 a m Sundayschool In tho chapelWednesday evening prayer at 730 p m The public generally invited to at tendRegular monthly celebration of the Holy Communion at 11 a m instead of the first Sunday in October i FIRST BAPTIST CHURruRev M B Adaris D D will preach at 11 a m 1Sundayschoo xo in the chapel Baracea class at 945 a m by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 630 p m eveningtVisitors cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 p m t Prayer meeting on Wednesday even ing at 730 oclock in the Chapel Everybody invitedrf CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father p Thomas S Major rector will conduct it 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 t FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J R Zeigler the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m The Sacrament of the Lords Sup per will be observed at the morning serviceCommunicants Prayer Meeting will be held in the lecture room at 1030 a m Sundayschool at 945 a m Conference of young men and young women at 645 p m Prayer Meeting Wednesday even Ing at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J S Sims pastor- Sundayschool 945 Preaching by the pastor at 1100 a m and 730 p m Epworth League at 645 p m Business meeting of the Official 1Jt t 30 Monday evening invited to attend 1EvcrylJody PRESBYTERIAN Wm Crowe the preach at 11 a m and n1kfi 730 p Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening rtat730 p Everybody invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday achool at 330 oclock p m THORN HILL There will be Sun t Uayschool every Sunday afternoon In the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p Il STATE DEVELOPMENT Reports from Louisville are to the effect that the Kentucky State De velopment Association permanently organized at the Fifth State Devel opment Convention held in Winches ter last October is rapidly maturing its plans for an active campaign in the interest of State development The Association has called the Sixth State Developemnt Convention for Louisville November 19 290 and 21 President E J McDermott of the Association is arranging the most Interesting an utertaining three days progr the history of State ilewr The convention will bel1 by men of national and iornational reputationexperts- In their several lines The Association however is laying its plans for a scope of work much attaintan purpose to exploit to the world the untold wealth of Kentucky day in and day out to the end that our products and resources may command the attention of capital seeking in vestment Thel constitution of the Association adopted at the Winches ter convention calls upon the public spirited citizens of Kentucky to take membership tJn the Association at per year In to this every fiscal court Is asked to make a small appropriation towards the supportpf the Association And the semiannual meeting of the fiscal court of this Franklin county to be held n xtI week our county judge and magis trates will be asked to appropriate 11948 This may be done now le gally as the last General Assembly gave to fiscal courts the power to make appropriations for the exploita tion of the products and resources of their counties The county judge and every magistrate of our county by making this appropriation will be clother with authority to name two delegates to the Sixth State Development Convention who by virtue of this appointment will be come members of the Development Association for the ensuing year The object of the State Develop ment Association as outlined in the constitution shall be tpdiscuss and promote such matters as will advance the interests and redounff to the benefit of Kentucky recommend all the needed and beneficial Improvements in the States affairs to advertise the resources of the State to secure suitable information concerning im migration to the State and make ef forts to Induce desirable immigrants to do all and everything looking to wards the advancement and develop ment of the State in all branches of Industry and to have for Its princi pal object the making of Kentucky a State second to none in wealth edu cation enlightenment and Influence Such an Association deserves and should receive the support of every community in the State It Is our hope that the fiscal court of the county will not turn a deaf ear to the appeals of the officers and directors of the Association in whose personnel is represented every section of Kentucky bUt on the contrary will make an apprporlation of the amount asked for OAS1OREABears the BOUghljI LOUISVILLE REGISTRATION The registration books at Louis ville closed on Wednesday night The following are the results in round numbers Democrats 2SOOO Republicans 17000 Noncommittal XT 9000 Iltal 48000 The registration of 1905 was Democrats 26000 Republicans 13000 Noncommittal 9000 Total 48000 We give these figures simply for comparison ffie CourierJournal says the njemocratlc workers are pleased with the result of the reg istration the Republican workers are simply delighted with the re sultrand we outsiders seeing that both sides are so well satisfied can content ourselves with being charmed that there was a full vote registered without broken heads and decent people lodged in jail for protesting against such things See CAXIOJBears Signature of utvt KINGS DAUGHTERS ENTERTAINMENT The Kings Daughters will give an enterainment for the benefit of the building fund qf their hospital on the evening of Tuesday October 15E The entertainment will be styled The Old Maids Convention and will be given at the Capital Theatre Further ann ncement will be made laterBadly Shattered Nerves and Weak Heart Too Nervous to Sleep or Rest DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me alwaysleadsiromhereditary butittheLloodbuild it did Mr Crawford uitusc letterfollows aud greatly improve yuitr eneral health- I have been so greatly benefited by Dr freelyrccommend curehenweighed scarcely 140 pounds my nerves were badly shattered ana my troubled me a great deal I had am in my left arm raid shoulder had difficulty in sleeping on sJ1ellsandI could cat scarcely any kind of food without suffering great distress and was so restless nightordayNownerves are steady as a die sleep well happynowI spent for doctors who did me no gox1 CenterTexas bottleAddressDr r GosbTPatent W AirTight Baker and Heater I 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 Thousands are be ing sold Thousands of housekeepers are enthusiastic Fine Cast Iron tops and ijttoms making it last for years without repairSMade only by r UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 X RICHMOND VA IT HEATSAND 11 COOKS TOOhrhe Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made BIG YFaTo All Our Subscribers ti4 t THE GRE- ATAmerican Partner Indianapolis IndianarThe Leading Agricultural Journal of the Nation Edited by an Able Corps of Writersrc rkr The American Farmer is the only Literary Farm Journal published It fills a position of its own and has taken a leading place in the homes of rural people in every section of the United States It gives the farmer and his family something to think about aside from the humdrum of routine duties Every issue Contains an Original Poem by Solon L Goode Within the Next Thirty Days We Offer Two for LeadingCountyOne Year for 1QQaThis unpalalled offer is made to all new subscrib ers aild all old ones who pay all arrears andrenew within thirty days Sample copies free Address Frankfort Ky GEO A LEWIS Try The Roundabout For JOB WORK to 17MAKES WORK EASIER j 4 Frankfort People Are Pleased to Learn How It is Done Its pretty hard to attend to duties With a constantly aching back With annoying urinary disorders J SDoans Kidney Pills make work easier They cure backache They cure kidney 111I0 W T Frazier 5 Second street Frankfort Ky says The olllcncy 0 f Doans Kidney Pills was amply r proven in my case suffered from backache a great deal so severe that I could hardy tarn over In bed the morning when I got up it was a common thing for my back to feel lame and sore Being on fio much of the time in mrstore1 2nodoubt only tended to aggravate trouble Anxious to find some relief and a permanent cure If possi ble I learned of Doans Kidney Pills and saw them so highly recommended by people near by that I went to J aidW Gayles drug store got a box It was a glad surprise to me to find that after taking them for a day or two they were removing the pain continued their use and by the time f I had finished the box the trouble Twas entirely removed and up to date felt no recurrence of it It 1Is a pleasure for me to endorse Doans Kidney Pills t For sale by all dealers Price 50 vS cents Foster Milbarn Co Buffalo New Yorlt sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other RICHARD MANSFIELD Richard Mansfieiu was a man of t literary taste a clear thinker and v acting with him was an art not a profession anu so he practiced it During his too short career he played too many parts more and of wider range than any actor of eminence Who ever lived In comedy his touch was light he could sound the tragic note of passion he thrilled his audio ences as a hero on romance and his Keen instinct went to the heart of the gnarled and foppish eccentric r ties of the stage Little worth Is is now to compare Mansfield with the great actors of the past or attempt to assay the gold in an art which passes when the voice is still He leaves no successor To an English speaking stage surrendered to cheap rnest and silly spectacle his loss Is ir orinrnhlv Qiir Pminfrv fur Qgto Jer w SNITZ HEARD FROM We are in receipt of a pamphlet The Ditty Box which is well edited elfand printed on board the U S Si Virginia Our old employe Mr Chas J Scheitinger Snitz Is serving on board the warshap and yShas turned poet since he left us as 4iI shown by some verses in the current number of the Dtty Box He will accept our thanks for his remembrance t 5rtABold Step To overcome tho wellgrounded and reasonable objections of the moro Intelligent to the use of secret medicinal com pounds Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N ago decided to make a bold departure from the usual course pursued by the makers of putup medicines for domestic use amLso has published broadcast and owCTfly to the whole world a full and comp o list of all tho ingredients en teringinVpthecomposition of his widely celebrated mpdioXies Thus ho has taken rfbus numerous uutrons and patients into rexmove Is edlcincs from among secret r nostrnXof doubtful merits and made t them of Known Composition t a iIi this bolt ctnn DfhMshown fro ormul IlrI Sill n IU a iS1n to ILiect t wm to Not only dues the rapier of every bottle t of Dr Plercosi Golden MeJlcal Discovery the r famous medicine for viak stomach torpid liver orbiliousness and all catarrhal diseases U wherever located have rained upon It in EnnUsh a full Iudr rioinplcto list of nil the ingredients comri iiiir it but a small book has been compiled from numerous standard medical wono of all tho different schools of practice contuinliur very numer ous extracts from He writings of leading practitioners of rnotiiclne endorsing In tile t tcrm cult and every Ingre dlent contained in Dr Piorcos medicines One of these little books will bo mailed free to anyone sending uudicsson postal card or to Dr H V 1icrct IJullalo N Y iand requesting tho tune From this littletf book it will be learned tlntDr Plerees med icines contain no alight narcotics mineral P agents or other polso s or Injurious aifents and that they are matt from native medici nal roots of great value also that some of tho most urorlti lhiscrljiloitntorni In n Dr Plercos nervous overwonted rundown nervous and debilitated women were employed long- years ago by tho Indians for similar ailments affecting their squaws In fact one of the most valuable medicinal plants entering into the composition of Dr Plercos Favorite Pre scription was known to the Indians as BauawWecd Our knowledge of tho uses of not a our most valuable native me dicinal plants was gained from tho Indians nrofefficient remedy for regulating all tho wom functions correcting displacements as prolapsus anteversion and retorverslon overcoming painful periods toning up the and bringing about a perfect state of 5keaith Sold bv all tailor In medlrlnafi 1 f f PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES The growth ourmanufactures in this country began with nothing more than the raw materials and the ready hands of our forefathers Within the memory of the men still living lam lies made nearly everything they used either as individuals or groups The head of the house then turlWd over the llax or wool to the women who carded spun dyed and wove it or knit a into fabrics for all sorts of wear The cobblers bench stood side by side with the loom and spinning wheel and was occupied on rainy days in the product of rough boots The ueasts of the forest fur nished skins for hats and gloves and soft leather for warm coats They raised their own pigs and cattle and cured their own meat and gauze They dried apples and fruit and in this ceaseless round of industry our manufactures were born and craddled Our Country for October 4 eTo check a cold quickly get from your druggist some little Candy Coal Tablets called Preventics Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Pre ventics for they are not only safe but decidedely certain and prompt Preventics contain no quinine Taken at the sneeze stage Prtventics prevent pneumonia bronchitis willI grippe etc Hence the name vetics Good for feverish children Fortyeight Preventics 25 cents Trial boxes 5 cents Sold by Capitol Phar macro sCHOATEVILLE HONOR ROLL The following names are the pupils who were on the Honor Roll for the week ending September 27th Nellie Hugh Lena RichardsonI THomas Bixier Ora Kennedy MaryJ Denton Temple Banta Stuart Riddle Lucy Pierce Ruth Hulette lucy Niles LDA S SEMONESTeacher CONCERNING WOMEN The New Leland j Upper House promptly voMd down the bill to make Its membersselective instead of ap nointlvtt fftt present The caluse mak Ingtnen eligible which had passed the Lower House was thrown out with the rest of the bill Neither men nor women are to be allowed to vote as to the fitness of these gentlemen for office if they can help it But an appointive Upper House Is an anach ronism in the twentieth century and sooner or later it is sure to be abolished The statistics of the womens vote at the last national election in Aus tralia have just been published in this country For members ot the National House of Representatives 403018 women voted for members of the National Senate 431053 In all but one of the six Australian Stales the womens vote showed an Increase over the last election In the sixth State the vote of both men and women fell off considerably It is announced that 1811 names have been dropped from the register ed list of women school voters in Boston and the inference is drawn that womens interest is falling off Every one of those 1811 women was dropped from the list because she had either died or moved away or changed her name Time election com missioners go through the list every summer and weed out the deaths and removals and immediately afterwards it Is always announced with a nourish of trumpets that the womens regis tration is less than last year As the registration for this years elec tion will not close till next November nohod knows as yet what tile Iregistration for 1907 will be or whether it will be greater or less than that of last year It fluctuates slightly now up now down accord ing to circumstances but of late years it is always enormously greater than when school suffrage was first granted Thus in 1879 the first year when women could vote only 989 women In Boston registered in 1880 772 in 1881 748 in 1882 in 1883 701 in 1884 1119 in 1885 2238 This year 1907 the womens registration is 12817 with three months in which to register yet remaining r fNLITYSHOESPERFECT l f t n ATTRACTIVE STYLES lffm m I I t We are ready with the complete Fall display of these famous shoes They are priced at 300 350 and 1 400 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 ff shod that very few shoes have Better select yours now j while the line is complete- f = I R KI McCLURe j SONS I Incorporated f BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES FRANKFORT DIVISION fCars will leave venter for Ver sallies at 6 a mj 8 a m10 a m 12 m 2 p m 4 p m and 6 p m Cars will arrive from Versailles at 8 a m 10 a m 12 m 2 p m 4 p m 6 p m and 8 p Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 n in to 7 p in and nt 0 and 11 p m Leave Paris every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and 10 p in Georgetown Division Leaves Lex ingtou every hour from 080n in to 730 pm and att1 and p in Leave Leave Georgetown every hour from 010 a m to S15 p m and nt 10 p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hourI from 8t in to 6 p in and nt 0 and m Leave Versailles very hour from 545 a m to tllop m and nt 815 and 10 p m E T Phone 610 Home Phone 17j IL T GUNN Manager tf WEEILYGouRIER JOUR11FitAND O undabout Fesn OnlioIrho Presidential election is iip ldII Times have changed That is nil Mr Watterson Is Domocnit and has always been a Democrat nova Republican Es isential differences out of the way Joniocm are getting together The CouriMJournal is going to sup port thw ticket And there you have it SE3P YOUR CKDEll FOR THIS COMBINATION TO US NOT TO THE COURIERJOUR NAL THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE WETKLY COURIER JOURNAL ALONE IS A YEAR LI18Early Risers Ths fa us Uttli pm L r t4f tMf Ci 1TIIERE High Grade Vehicles fFEi r 1t tconclusionprice Our work is strictly handmade and is sold under a guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle t 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 All we ask is an opportunity to discuss the matter with youZi Seller Carriage GolItc IIi VERSAILLES KY ik H K WARD 0 M BROWNING ijIun President Sec and Trcas It Li6TChattanooga FROM FrankfortyVIA I Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale Oct 15th and 16th good returning Oct 30th For information ask Ticket Agents or write H C King G P A Lexington Ky Sept 14tcl f APPOINTED SPECIAL JUDGE Judge James S Morris of La Grange but who practices law In this city has been appointed to try the case of Commonwealth v Caleb Pow y t ers in the Scott Circuit courtrfOf course he will have to issue a call for a special term which will put the case over Until about thw middle of November tlJ eftkr r t stJ t