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Digital page images are linked to the text file. irHE FRANKFO ROUNDABOUT ittOLr art fRANKf RT S PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS i GEORGE SAlNDImIStaple and tions Cigars and Country No 510 Second St New Phono 517 ProduceI 2 June 15Om u i r KODAKS I M LECOMPTE GAYLE CO r 1 Incornomtrii- y South Sido t JEBNER CO B14 Main Street I June 15Gm 4t LAUNDRY The M N Laundry aims to do the best work in the All work called for and d ed E G NELL Afrpnt stateI 223 St Clair St upstairs PLUMBING I I When in need of Hrstclnss new 1 01old sanitary work Wall on Chas Whitehead 1U St Clair witIIII Tho 1111QIiiii Manufacturers of Pure Artificial Ice made from Distilled Water Factory Nos 102 104 10 and 108 Main Street Phones 89 and 80 The largest and best equipped plant in the State juno l5Gm GLASS WORKS ELECTS OFFICERS FOR NEW YEAR The following gentlemen were fleeted the officers of the Frankfort Biass Works for the ensuing year on ll luosdayPresidentR D Armstrong iVfliVice President and Business Iager rE M Wallace IanI Secretary Win M Culter rSales AgentJohn W R The Directors are Jno C Noel A Hi McClure P S Haff Clarence Julian Geo B Harper R D Arm strong E 11 Wallace W H Hoge Dr Jno P Stewart The outlook for business for the ensuing year Is very good indeed as largeorders are already boolCdI SPEECH BY DR BEN L BRUNERa fD1 Ben L Bruner Republican f candidate for Secretar of State adI dressed a large audience at then I oiirthQiwe on Tuesday night In advocacy of the RepubliC n State ticket pfDr Bruner made n vigorous and telling speech which was warmly re fceived by the crowd end heartily ap plauded H 5rho speaker was iroduced by vr Col L P Tarlton in a short but vigorous i address fl Trial Catarrh treatments are being I ITaailedyXJUt free on requests by Dr jhoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the people without a Bennys costthe great value of this lcienUfic prescription known to drug gists everywhere as Dr Shdoivs Ca irrh Remedy Sold by piton iiarmacy i ATTENTION BUYER nyone wishing to purchase good fr t jjof about 184 acres well Ideate 1 illao well to read the notice In to layerpaper signed H W die l thorol1ghly reliable man and any statements he may make cum b de ended upon I THE OLD RELIABLE By reference to our advertising plumns it will be seen that Messrs I F Hillenmeyer Sons are offering Ihelr usual fall stock of nnrserY jgopds etc This concern only needs to have a buyer give them ono ordef nark ever after they will remain cusi omortiof the firm V4 t SOUTH CO PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY juno 10din e Both Phones 17 Gauital Stoam Laullf1ry Olllco Cor Main anal Ann Sts Laundry Foot of Ann St FRANKFORT KY juno 15Om In Addition t- oLUMBER We sell the Celebrated Hum mol Pain and the best Wall Plaster made Invincible HAMMOND CO Juno NAT MILLER THE TAILOR M DyeingCleaning Suits Made to Order 405 Main St Opp Capital Hotel juno 153ni WIJ SCOTTOW Country Produce a Specialty Staple and Fancy Groceries limits and Vegetables Both Phones Cor 2nd bridge Streets jug 13fim SHOOTING AFFRAY Between S and 9 oclock on Tuesday night Mr S M Bee Noel shot Jere Crittenden colored in the right arm and chest with a pump shotgun loaded with heavy shot The origin of the trouble Is not yet knownCrittenden was in the alley near the front of the Capital Hotel on Main street when shot and ran into the sample roomLand fell on the floor exclaimiii am killed Dr E E Hume who lives at the hotel was hastily summoned and dressed the mans wounds after which he was taken to his home on Washington street The doctor says that Crittenden is very dangerously wounded and the outcome er uncer taintINoel was taken before Judge Pols grovo and gave ball in 1000 for ap pearance for Tuesday October 15 +CROWD GOES TO LEXINGTON An Interurban car full of Republicans went to Lexington on Friday night to hear ExGov W 0 Bradley speak I 7Am Ready PHOTOS To Male The Best And nil stylos of Portraits and Groups I PrankfortBridgefirapncr H Go MATTERN Have you a Gas Stove If get one ut once and save notICall on us tar a porfoct sto light price The Capital Gas Electric j Juno Isom Light CO Iiirorponitwl The South Side Meat Market The Best Hoof Lamb Veal and Pork Frtslvand Smoked Sausage Sliced Ham Oysters and Fish in Season I I Juno 15Om NEVILLE COLLINS Liquors and Whore to Buy Them The Pure Food Law will not aifcct us We always did and always will sell nothing but Straight Liquors at Hm K SAMxniK Jj St Chain Every thing but the color comes out in tile wash if clone by The Troy Laundry JOHN W GAYLE juno 15Cm AgentII u TRACTION 1BROKEN Sir S F Montgomery a lineman on the Traction Line had his leg broken bya trolley pole falling on him on Friday He was taken his home in Lexington OLD MAIDS CONVENTION Dont forget that the Old Maids Convention will be held in the near future The rehearsals are now being held and every thing Is being put In firstclass shape Remember that the convention is to Iie held for the hen efit of the Kings Daughters Hospital CANDIDATE FOR BOARD OF EDUCATION Mr L B Marshall who is just winding up his term as a member of the Board of Education from the Second Ward is a candidate to suc ceed himself He has made a good member ofthe Board and deserves this endorsement from his party for he Is an uncompromising Democrat and from the of his ward as wellI REDWOODiuI IIiIa Our car of Redwood Lumber and Shingles has arrived We can fur nish lumber for Hog Boxes Boats- f ill 1 Vie Call or telephone i I LRIMMOIDaco l IJL I COUNTY COURT DAY Largest Crowd In Many Months SalesiMonday last was county court day In this city From early in the morning the crowds began to gather pacJedI largeIBusiness was very lively until near noon when the clouds which had begun to gather about 9 oclock let loose their contents and the crowd of buyers and sellers were forced to abandon the streets As a rule the prices where sales were consummated before the down pourwere fairly good and quite a lot of stock of various kinds changed hands But owing to the hard rain a big bunch of all kinds was left un sold As a general rule the crowds were good humored and genial but we regret to say that later in the slay there were an unusually large number of men under the Influence of Intoxi cants We rejoice however In being able to say that there was but little if any seriotu trouble and as night came on the crowds melted away and by dark the streets were deserted HIS DEAR OLD MOTHER dear old mother who Is now IMy years old thrives on Bitters writes W B Brun Dublin Ga She has takenI them for about two years joys an excellent appetite feels very strong and sleeps well Thats the way Electric Bitters affect the aged and the same happy resultsfollow In all cases of female weakness and general deullity leak puny chin dren too are greatly strengthened by atmachlIIvgists iO cents and bottles COLORED RAILROAD HAND SHOT In a row over somo women a the camp on the Highland Railroad on Wednesday a colored man by the name of Andrew White was shot twice Ly another colored man by the name of Doc Roams Neither ofI Whites wounds was of a serious character Roams and two other men who were engaged In the row fled and went to Midway where they were arrested later in the day Sheriff Hi catt was notified and sent for the men who were lodged In jail to await trialI rA weak stomach causing dyspep sla a weak heart with palpitation or intermittent pulse always means weak stomach nerves or weal heart nerves Strengthen these Inside or contrail ing nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quickly these ailments disappear Dr Shoop of Racine Wls will mall samples free Write for them A test will tell Your health is certainly worth this simple trial Sold by Capitol Pharmacy e PRACTICAL JOKE Some time since Mr Bert Bacon who Is with Mr Frank G Stagg and Is a hustling hardware man Invented safety spigot for use in drawing from barrels and placed the applica ion for a patent in the hands of a patent attorney Some friends of his playe1n practical joke on himI on Monday by sending him a cheek for 25000 as the consideration for the purchase of his patent The rumor spread rapidly and the friends of this fine young man wore con gratulating him upon his good for tune ticU WeverSyrupMtlesbeebloods for the ikli a at fA t4 mr Ladies TailoredxGarments TIH Vfny Choicest of Theta are Gathered Mere 1 1tlandtiallThe most correct rashion1 t thoughts find their truest ox pression In tho elegant crop tjons assembled here exclu sive creations garments youll find hard to duplicate else 1where in style and quality at our prices xt Twould be woll for if Jfchasorto seo our assortment in its ftoofferings have found puechasYWers j1iComo today if possible isee these elegant garments learn tine true stylos yourself with oust exception q lally low prices J I Suits 15 00 to 4500 Coats 500 to 0000 iSkirts SoOO to SI 6 50 IC Kagin Broif4143 St Clair Street f TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE tr The following transfers of real es Yil tate have taken place In the last few 1 days Mr John Qulnley has purchased thetfrfarm of OIls Sam Fogg lying on the lft Versailles pike about six miles from i5K the city Consideration 5200 tiers Sam Fogg has purchased the residence of Mrs S D McKee on 1Logan street Price private Mr Eugene Williams has sold his house and lot on Fourth Avenue now occupied by Mr John Will sJohnson to Mrs Julia Caldwell ot t Cedar Run neighborhood Prlco 2200 t Mr John T Buckley has sold to fl Mr Ed S OHara a lot on Olmra street Consideration 700 llraaOHara will build a cottage home for rJ llt his family in the near future d HARD TIMES IN KANSAS ilThe old days of grasshoppers and T1 drouth are almost forgotten in the J prosperous Kansas of today although taa thasencountered He says I was wornWcut and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no re tJicOOlTto completely cure me The safest and most reliable cough or cold remedy and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaranteed by all druggists 60 cents and 100 bottlferf Trial bottle free a wearing Hose for Blisses and Children I IHool 25c 35c and 50c iIt CSAFlLE VVEIT EL I Pt f At LItZ Mr John P Hanley has gone to French Lick Springs Ind i n Sheriff John B Winn of Versailles f1 was In the city on Monday tSheriff A Scott Bullitt of Louis t ville was here this weep Miss Lena Benton attended tile U ire f D C Convention at Paris Mrs J W Hughes and son are vis f Sting relatives at Eminence f t Mrs Carl Quintell is visiting her t friends in Wytheville W Va Miss Georgia Ann Tremere is visit ing her aunt in Atlanta Ga Mrs G W Wilder and son of Par Is are guests of relatives here Capt Jas E Blackburn of Spring JIL Station was In the city Monday 4 Mr Leo L Oberwarth made a busi ness trip to Cincinnati Tuesday Hon G W Shadoan Senator from k Palaski was In the city this week Mr John W Rodman made a bust ness trip to Beattylvlle this week Judge J S Morris was in New Castle on itgal business Thursday Miss Irma Labrot has returned from u visit to friends in Louisville Mr Anthony Schoberth of Ver sallies attended county court here i Mr Cyrus T Duvall of Stamping Ground was in the city on Mon dayri Hon E W Hines of Louisville at l tended the Court of Appeals this week Mr W H Hoge wife and children t visited relatives at Winchester this weekJ jrAMrs Jos S Barlow nee Heise of XpullvllleY visited friends here this ft week Mrs John W Tremere visited rela Lives In Lexington the first of the week i I ff Mr W C Marshall who has been on a trip to Montana has returned home ir John C Davis and wife visited 1118 uncle iu Woodford county on Miss AL Locltett Smith has return r ed from a visit to relatives at Cres cent Hill Mr Len Blythe of Graefensburg was In the city on Monday county court day Mr H K Ward of the Seller Car jff Tlage Co Versailles was in the city on Monday Judge W L Jett visited Mr John I Rumpf Sr in Versailles Saturday and Sunday Mrs H F Lutkemeier and Mrs MtClemr Mrs Buckner McEIroy visited Mrs Sue Bush Caldwell In Louisville Ikthis weep 4 Mrs J A Hodges of Louisville is atwTaylorton Mr Courtland P Chenault has re turned from a business trip to WIN Iamsburgi B Eastin find children of Sew Dress Skirts S35O 8400 85Mand 8650 Lexington were guests of relatives here this week Miss Irma Lebrot who has been the guest of friends in Louisville has returned home Mrs Nellie Garrard Cheatham of California is the guest of her sister Mrs Guy Barrett Mr Howell Scott of Lexington visited his parents Col J A Scott and wife this week Miss Virginia Bird of Shelbyville is the guest of Miss Margaret Reading Todd street Mrs J P Hostetter visited he daughter Mrs Drake at Yarnall- Station this week Circuit Clerk Ben Marshall visited his sister Mrs W B Thompson i Versailles on Sunday IIrs Harrison T Groom of Miami the guest of her parents Rev T K Arnold and wife Mr W G Simpson attended the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows a Georgetown this week Col W S Dehoney attended the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows at Georgetown this week Mr E F Trabue of Louisville was In attendance upon the Court of Appeals Dr John WednesdarIthe guest E C Roemele this week Mr Russell S Penn of Pittsburg Penn is the guest of his parents Mr Si Penn and wife this week Mrs IJD Marshallwwas called to Pleasureville Thursday by the death of her aunt Mrs Bettie Banta Mr Attilla Green and wife nee Hostetter are guests of her sister Mrs Drake in Fayette county Mr Paul Lansing and wife of Ver sallies were In the city op Thursday coming over the Interurban Line Mr Joshua R Shaw and Mr Robt S Hawkins of Woodford county at tended county court on Monday Mr W H Watts who has been living In Lexington fqr two years has returned to this city to reside Mr Ralph R Wilson wife and children have returned from a visit to Mrs R B 11 Colvln at Falmouth Mr M C Rankin of Henry county Republican candidate for Commission er of Agriculture was here Thurs dayMiss Ruth Robinson and nephew Master Ayres Bailey Thomas are guests of Mrs A A Bailey at Bag dadMiss Anna Quarles of Madison Ind who was called here by the death of her sister has returned home Miss Laura Craddock of Washing ton City who has been visiting her for the last month has returned to her home Col J A Scott entertained a few friends of the legal fraternity at his Lodge at Indian Rock Saturday eveningMr Herbert Penn of PUt burg Penn was the guest of his parents Mr Si Penn and wife Holmes street this weekr Jyf fj 1 The Popular Underskirt Sorosis 810081508200250 JMrs Edwina Marshall who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs TV B Thompson In Versailles has returned home IMrs r J W Chambers and wife and S B Chambers of Warsaw are guests pf Col Ed E Abbett and wife Shelby street Miss Helen ORear and Miss Ann Baler of Science Hill Academy Shelbyvllle spent Sunday with their parents In this city Mr Vernon Forman and wife ol Lexington Miss Agnes McKee Miss inrMondaysMrs Margaret Bridgeford and Misses Margaret and Annie Bridge tonvisit 1rW B BrIdgeford Mr Felix Stone of Plttsburg Penn was the guest of his aunt and foster mother Mrs Jennie Feathers ton Holmes street this week andtchildren of Los Angeles Gal are guests of his parenth Col John N Crutcher and wife West Side Mr W O Davis and Mr Field Me Leod of Versailles attended the en tertainment at Indian Rock on Satur day night given by Col Jas Andrew Thomas Rodman and wife of New York City arrived here Saturday night and are guests of her parents Col John N Crutcher acid wife West Z J Montgomery and wife en tertained at dinner on Thursday at their handsome home on Second street In honor of their daughter Miss Anne Mr Geo W Kretxinger General Counsel of the Chicago Indianapolis and Louisville Railway Co was In attendance upon the Court of Appeals on Wednesday Dr U V Williams went to Lexington on Wednesday morning over the Interurban Line where he was culled to perform a surgical ooperation at the Good Samaritan Hospital Mr IL W Dehoney and family have moved into the residence recently purchased from Mr W T Reading on Elks place This handsome home was completely rennovated and the grounds improved Mrs W Percy Crenshaw Mrs Keene Arnold Miss Minnie Nuckols Mr and Mrs Sanders Hunter Miss Sallie Cotton Miss Elise Arnold Master Percy Crenshaw Miss Virgin ia Crenshaw of Versailles were here on Monday Mrs Jesse Graddy Miss Anna Wil son Miss Lou Wilson Master Ben Wilson Master Burkett Chinn Master Thomas Henry Lands iurg and Mas partyeof visitors from Versailles who were chaperoned by Mrs J B Lewis who came to see the sights of the city Mrs Col John Cunningham and Mrs Laura Estill Francis attended the Daughters of the American Revolution celebration at Boonesboro Ky They were delighted to be at the un veiling as they are the treat grand Continued on page 3 i iIl t styles Childrens 8350 8400 wISOOO 8OO t = VIF il SKIRTS AND GOATS I iIIvalue 10HNIDRISCOLL Qualitvf fIThe Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand- Made Sour Mush Whiskies Dont forget the place hi JOHN DRISCOLL Fj t216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky 1 CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE If your blood is impure thin dis eased 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 ier large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deep seated cases as it cures after all else falls Mar 21y KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery II FOR c8UCHS Coats allne PBICJITIII AND ALL THROAT AND LUNITROUILE ODLBLItUDLTIPLOTOOZ t a i b f It 50 YEARS FXPERIENC TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS 0eAnyone lending u sketch nnd description aohnentloniloni trictlyconHauntiil on Patent atonePatents lutboScWieAhandeomelyftatratedweekly Largest elis anyBclGiitlUc Journal Terms t3 jrearj four months al Sold by nil nowsdealera tkt3rancV n Dr Weavers Treatment 8 ntptcrtheblood Cerate for akin eropttoM ea Cjitsapeake Ohio By Sqliediil in meet NOT 25 lope elfin Jwjt to change without notice United for Louisville Nashville emIphis West and Southwest f0 lM and 014 P M Dallr Limited For PJuladellPolat and Norfolk 1016 1 M aid 801 P M Daily S 11r 4i1 t XOI BERTHS QUARLESIn Madison Ind on Sunday Miss Laura Quarles aged 40 Tears sister of Col Geo W Quarles after a lingering illness Miss Quarles had a large number of relatives in this city where she lived so long She was a devout member of the Baptist Church and when the end came gently fell on sleep The remains were brought here on Monday the funeral services were conducted from the Cemetery Chapel on Tuesday morning by Rev Dr M B Adams and the beloved dust was laid to rest with her kindred dead in the family Jo- tLEONARDIn this city on Thurs- dayv Mrs Sarah H Leonard mother of Dr H M Leonard aged seventy five years 4 Mrs Leonard was a devout member of the Christian Church She was born and reared In New Brunswick Canada She leaves six children tour sons and two daughters to mourn her departure The remains In charge of her son Dr H M Leonard were taken back to her old home In New Brunswick on Thursday The sympathy of many friends in thjs city goes out to the bereft SPLENDID IMPROVEMENT Mr E S Roberts the well known tonssorial artist has just put in one J oftffe natadsomest and most substantial sets of barker furniture we have t seen He has removed the marble middleiof the office and Installed four some quartered pak sets of mirrors i with marble was lands for each to Jgether with hot and cold water at- tachmentst the watery for which is heated by a gas s Ore and flows into an upright boiler Himilar to those at tached to ranges These are against the wall He has a Iso put in a fourth chair and employed a competent man ii to attend It thus affording enough t workmen to keep fron long de delay so worrying to business men wwhen wishing for a tfhave or hair cut t Altogether it is the handsomest and most attractive tonsV rial parlor cityIi til LittleEarly fIj ers VJ t Jf Tho famous little 0 pIt t A SUPERB SHOWING Is found in every department of our store now Completeness marks the exhibit in each line The cool days remind you that the time has arrived for you to make your Fall purchase Come to see us 1- tb1 Suits The largest and most stylish exhibit ever made in Frankfort All Wool Suits Cheviot or Mixtures 1500 Finely Tailored Suits 2500 Handsome Exclusive Models 3500 to 5000- Merode Underwear Has no equal Vest and Pants 50c Union Suits 100 Union Suits Special 50c Childrens Underwear 25c 50j and75c FAR1VIERSir 1 4 J Jr1arUln y BIRTHS GORDONIn this city on Saturday to Capt Fred L Gordon and wifea daughter 4ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frank fort Ky postofflce for the we k end- Ing October 12 19007 Bailey Clyde Bailey Joshua C Briggs James Browry Johnny Browning Jesslt Butcher Mrs Mammit Crain Ambrose v Chandler M T Claxton Mrs Annie Cunden Mrs Ella Tjfiggs Pett Earles Jack Gray Omer Gray Homer Hawkins Joe Haze Mrs Charley Hoffman Stanley t Junty Andrew Mason Mrs Lucy Mayberry Wm INichosPulliam Miss Mary Poque Marvin F Rake Gloria Robinson Frank- S rogglns Louis Shackleford Miss Nora Shackleford Mrs J BIShearley Thomas Shoots James Marion Smith Willie Stolor Tomes Turnbull Wagon Co Walker Miss Mary WilHamsvJ W Williamson Elizabeth Young Rev Albert Young Sr M When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised t GEO L BARNES P M TO ORGANIZE POST OF SPANISH WAR VETERANS Department Commander Chas S Lambert of the Spanish War Veter ans Is making arrangements to or ganize a Post of the Veterans who served in the Spanish war In this cityPosts have already been formed In Louisville Lexington Covington and NewportCol Noel Gaines Major C W J Coats Values better than ever 50 inch Loose Coats Specials 7 O und 1000 50 inch Loose or Fitted 1500 to 3500 CoatsI Blankets The Celebrated Dixie Blankets Exceptional Values 350 to 800 Childrens Cloaks- A very large assortment sizes 2 to 14 years 350 to 15 00 T Longmire Capt Parrent Lieut Sam Southand others are among the charter members and the work of organization will be pushed at once Commander Lambert Is well and favorably remembered In this city where he resided for several years being an attache of the Auditors fice under Col Sam Stone BUSINESS MENS CLUB EXCURSION The Business Mens Club will take the longexpected excursion to Ver sallies and Lexington on Monday next The excursion will leave this city at 10 a m reaching Versailles at 11 where they will be given a re ception and speeches will be made at tho courthouse after which they will stroll through the city viewing the points of interest At 12 m they will take the cars for Lexington Ready ing that city they will be given a ban quet with speeches followed by a whirl around the Belt Line The trot tltiraces will be visited and the re turn trip will be taken up at 6 p m reaching home at S p p m It will be a fine trip A FAMILY SAFEGUARD Dr Green arranges with the Niece of Dr 3o Kchce to handle her famous Uncles Great Throat and Lung Cure qThe best family safeguard is a reliable household medicine that will cure croup coughs colds chilly sensations running eyes and nose sore throat and bronchial affections that will keep the children proof against all contagious diseases qSuch a medicine is Boschees German Syrup a record of 35 years in the cure of consumption catarrh and all lung and bronchial troubles QThe fame of German Syrup as a consumptive cure since its purchase by Dr Green from the niece of the famous Dr Boscbee has extended to all parts of the earth It has big sales everywhere to qTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggist For sale by J W Gayle OID TAYLOR THE PRE- MIERKENTCKY WHISKEYC H TAYLOR Jr A SONS PrJvnitow Frankfort Kentucky L t t lein t fI ij ft s 1 WII r k Dress doodsv t 38 inch All Wool Serge 50c rl38 inch Plaid Suitings 50c 52 inch All Wool Broadcloth 100 iII A 200 Quality Broadcloth for 150 y Plaid Silks for Waists 36 inch Black Taffeta 100 i Rugs t 9x12 Brussell Special 12 OOI r J olYnlll aeawa = PLRSONALS Continuen from page = daughters of the noted Capt James Estill of historic Kentucky fame whose name is so beautifully Inscrib ed on the monument Mrs Cunning ham is a member of the Boonesboro ImrtIthe lock and dam on the dear old Kentucky river on that lovely long to be remembered autumn day o FLAG FORK Delayed Letter Rev C M Benight wife and daugh ter Took their departure for the city of Louisville or Wednesday Septem ber 25th The Sundayschool picnic had by Pleasant Ridge Baptist Sunday school on September 21 was cer tainly a success There was a very large crowd present Tho exercises were opened by song and prayer by Bro Benight after which were several lengthy addresses delivered by J C Penn V D Harrod Willie Du- vall and L W Lee our superintend ent After the speeches ice cream and cake was served much to the enjoyment of all present Pleasant Ridge Church has her roll call meeting on the second Saturday In October There will be services all day Every one and es pecially members are invited to be present Mrs Eldora Watkins has recov erect from lice long Illness and visited her mother Mrs Eldora North on Saturday last Mrs Joseph Duvall of Waddy and Mrs Sarah Lee of Harvleland visited their relatives Mrs Eldora North and family on Wednesday lastMr B F Slattery Is making sorg htim molasses this week The girls and boys of this neighborhood have certaiiily a chance to get sweet Mr L T Watkins and family visited Mrs Eldora North on Sunday lastMiss Mary Slattery called on her teacher Miss Elizabeth North Sun day evening Mr Floyd Webb of Polsgrove is voy low at present Protracted services will begin at Mt Carmel Baptist Church on the third Sunday Services will be con uucted by Rev L D Stacker of Frankfort and their pastor Rev Johnston Muss Estella Netherton Miss Cora North Miss Sue Gordon and several boys not worth mentioning visited Tuesdaynight BLACK EYES w WHISKY STOLEN Sullivan Bros who are owners of a saloon on Broadway street were obbed of a number of Mottles of Bottled in Bond Whisky on Wednesday morning The show window in which tho goods were exhibited was stripped ol its contents several quarts and a number of tenths being missing j J t U li1 IIGarden We employ no agents III Catalogue on application Ii F tlillen meyer Sons Lexington Ky Sept 12Sm Louisville fltlantic Railway EAST BOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains leave Versailles for Beatty ville and intermediate points at 700 a m arid at 2O0 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT i SUNDAY Trains from Beattyvllle and Inter mediate points arrive at Versailles at 1030 a m and 530 p m ON SATURDAYS ONLY Train leaves Versailles for Richmond and intermediate points at 730 p m ON SUNDAYS ONLY Train leaves Richmond for Versailles and Intermediate points at 415 p m The L A and the Traction Llno affords excellent service hatweAa Frankfort and Nicholasville luch mond Irvine Beatyville and Intermediate points For further information addreu- H R SMITH G P A Versailles Ky Oct 5 lrILow Rates One way and Round T the West Southwes Northwest vlo- HendersonT FROM LOUISVILLE lone Second Class ILdaily Sept i to fir 3455 WfM 3705 SPOKANE ASH fELLENS uj WASH MUTN ut 0tPORTLAI OF TACO WAS IiSEAS rLE WASH SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELESk Corresponding Low Rates to Points in MONTANA IDAHO and UTAH y HOMESEEKERST- ickets on sale First and Third Tues days in each month Return I limit 21 and 30 days TO POINTS IN ARIZONA ARKANSAS NEW MEXICO OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS KANSAS AND UTAP Write is for ratesL J IRW Sept 147t ifi r TneFrankrort Rouada out yt4r = = =Entered at the postolllcc at Frankfort Ken 1I1uttlILf t07 FRANKFORT OCT 12 1907 f s u t rCOL L P TARLETON FOR RAIL r ROAD COMMISSIONER f r The Republicans of the Second l Railroad Commissioners District which includes tfhis county liave had the name of Col L P Tarleton placed upon the ballots by petition jt for the November election as their candidate for the position of Railroad II Commissioner In opposition to Col C C McChrd the Democratic candi rj date and present member liyr Col Tarleton is a lawyer of ability and a fine business man He served 1i1 as sheriff of Fayette county for one fterm and discharged the duties with signal success He has been a resi r s dent of this county for over twenty J ii years and is a prominent and suc fcessft l breeder of thoroughbred t horses Being a heavy shipper over the railroads lie is well fitted to fill i the place and is withall a polished gentlemanIs a BELOVED AND PROMINENT LADY LIiit rDIESMrs widow Brecldnrldgel Yorltiwas a lovely woman The remains will be brought back to Lexington for T4 interment by the side of her ulistin guished husband t i Mrs Breckinridge leaves one son Hon Clifton R Breckinridge of Ar JI Kansas and two daughters Irs1 Join Andrew Steele of Midway and r Mrs Anson Maltbie of Xew York 1r City and a host of relatives and fl friends to mourn her death BRILLIANT AND BELOVED AUt ttli THORESS DIES r By the following dispatch it will C I seen that Mrs Mary Jane Holmes v the beloved authoress has passed joy to her reward She was well h known to our older citizens she hav- ingItr visited in this clv and couaty in the antebellum days ROCHESTER N Y Oct SMrs Mary Jane Holmes the wellknown 4authoress died yesterday morning at her home in Brooklyn in her seventy f ninth year She was tauten ill last naytfrom Oak Bluffs Mass where she spent the summer She Improved a 4 little and was able to continue to her home but another relapse came Mrs Mary Jane Holmes was born in Brookfield Mass on the farm of her sl father Preston Hawes She entered v the village school when she was thr e years old and is said to have been Jmahing progress in grammar at six c article was written and pub lisped when she was fifteen She y married Daniel Holmes a lawyer of vfirpcftport N Y and with him made long tours abroad Mrs Holmes had no children but was very fond of Ming people especially girls whom often entertained at her home i parlor talks upon art and tales of travelsstatement has been pUblishedI Irs Holmes next to ie most popular of American More than 2000000 copies books have been sold The ins were her first publishers the demand for her books at lie libraries that it has jcessary tot keep 1Ment ofteni t s on the shelves Mrs Holmes was the author of thirtynine novels Tempest and Sunshine published in 1854 was fol iewed by nearly one new book a year f Ampng the list may be remembered Lena Rivers Dora Deane Ethelyns Mistake and Dr Hath erss Daughters Her last novel published in 1905 is Connies Mistake TARLETON FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER The nomination of Llcwllyn Tarle ton of Frankfort as candidate for Railroad Commissioner under the Log Cabin in the Second District is to be commended as a wise step upon the part of the Republicans in that electrral divisino Mr Tarleton is a little late in entering the field but his personal strength and popularity will largely overcome any handicap that play be due to delay The Herald has from the first taken the position that no office in this fIght should be uncontested In the case in question the close affiliation of Mr McChord the Democratic nominee and present incumbent of the Commissionership which the ma chine made it doubly important that his return to office Should not go tin challenged- fir Tarleton is an attorney of splendid ability who during his ca reer as a soldier in the ranks of the Republican party has never mani Tested any indication of greed for beenihighparty representing the State at the big conventions and being consulted on framing the platforms upon which Republican victories have been won Ho is well fitted by training and ex perience to occupy the office for which he is now the nominee- In the second District Mr Tarlton Is well and favorably known He has hisIfrom any affiliation which cliques or factions that might incur personal an tagonism or arouse prejudice Louisville Herald POWERS TO BE TRIED NOVEM BER 11THIUpon consultation with the attor neys both for the defense and the Commonwealth held on Tuesday last in Georgetown Judge Jas S Morris who is special judge in the case has designated Monday November 11th as the day for commencement of the fours rial of Hon Caleb Powers KENTUCKY STATE MEDICAL AS SOCIATION The fiftysecond annual meeting of the Kentucky State Medical Asso ciation will be held at the Gait House in Louisville on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday October 15 16 and i Twothirds of the physicians in Kentucky are members of this Asso ciation and it is estimated that this will be the largest meetilig ever held Especial attention will be given to the pure food question and there will be an extended discussion on diseases of the thyroid gland and papers will be read on the latest developments in the treatment of typhoid fever ap pendicitis and other diseases The new opsonic theory of treatment of disease will be explained by a lecture illustrated with the stereopticon By special invitation Dr George H Simmons the great editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association will be present to explain the purpose of that magnificent organization The purpose of the Kentucky Medical Association is purely nltrulsI tic Its members are studying together how to prevent disease and itiBAND WENT TO GEORGETOWN The Second Regiment Band of this city went to Georgetown on Tuesday to play for the parade of Odd Fellows who are in attendance upon the Grand Lodge of Kentucky in that city +ooo ooooooooo+oooor 0 01PCertain relief and usually complete recovery 0 9iti1i Emulsion ALL DRUGGISTS hoc AND 1- 00d0000I00000 L fe J jiiIo PROTRACTED MEETING CON DUCTED BY REV DR H M WHARTON Rev M B Adams of the First Baptist Church of this city has made arrangements to commence a pro OctoberRev Dr H 11 Warton the noted preacher will do the preaching He Is a preacher of srlcmlld ability great tenderness and peculiar clear ness and attractiveness In his presen tutlon Of the truths of tae gospel of our Lord It will be remembered that Dr Wharton conducted a meeting at this church some twelve years or more 1mIAs a result of Its influence nearly two hundred persons were converted sand united with the different churches of the citythe bulk of them of course uniting with the Baptist ChurchA number of those so uniting with the churches at that time have become the most prominent active and substantial members in their churches tIn preparation for that meeting Rev Dr Adams has been holding prayer meetings each night this weekIt is earnestly hoped that all Christian people will unite in invoking the Divine blessing upon this meeting sand the unconverted especially are Invited to attend anl if they the persuasive Influence of this elo quent man will undoubtedly lead many to see the error of their way and come out on the side of genuine religion SPECIAL CIRCUIT JUDGE Owing to the serious condition of the mother of Judge R L Stout who is steadily growing weaker from her injury the Governor appointed Hon G Allison Holland of Lexington as special judge to sit at the present term of the Scott Circuit Qtourt which convened on Monday o aA CRIMINAL ATTACK On an inoffensive citizen is frequently made in that apparently useless little tube called the appendix Its generally the result of protracted con stipation following liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver prevent appendicitis and establish regular habits of the bowels 25 cents at all drug stores SOMERSETS GOOD FORTUNE IThe Q C R R Co will soon be gin the erection of a very large new depot at Somerset doubling the ca bigIImore than doubled in capacity thuG adding to the property of this little mountain city We rejoice at her prosperity To check a cold quickly get from your druggist some little Candy Coal Tablets called Preventlcs Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Pre ventlcs for they are not only safe but decldedely certain and prompt Preventics contain no quinine Tauten at the sneeze stage Prtventlcs will prevent pneumonia bronchitis lal grippe etc Hence the name vertics Good for feverish children Fortyeight Preventics 25 cents Trial Sold Phar macroIA BAD NIGGER One John Smith a bal nigger who lives at Green Hills stopped streetIFriday evening until Officer Johnson crazyImove although removed two or three times ARMS BROKEN While sgating at the new Rink on Second street on Tuesday morning Miss Harriett McClure daughter of Mr R K McClure had the misfortune to fall and break her left arm near the wrist so that the bone protruded Surgical aid was at once rendered by Dr N M Garrett and Miss McClure is doing nicely Near about the same time Mrs Alta Rogers Irion wife of Mr Cbas Irion fell and broke her arm Surgi cal attention was at once rendered t jt t ffIfIIfIItlLfIiIII1 pleasant Itotak eRs 4 I Laxative- ffi g SyrupIit lvV 1 NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION r t Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts the best medicines for Constipation as they bring normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their areIare 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 asiSick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc ianyALLT DRUGGISTSI 25e AND 50c PER BOTTLE ti Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows f Thresher Machine Oil Ii j Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe Fittings and Wrenches FRANK G STAGG1 1 Hardware Paints Oils EtA fr CapitolFou dry 1 lachineCo IiiHOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY j Dealers in 3 I and Re0air rs of il MachineryanMachine Supplies of All Kinds j Both New and econd = hand WE HAVE FOR SALE i Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and BoIler j Tenhorse Power Stationary Stoam Engine d Ninehone Power Hagan ne Engine and Grist Mill Burrsi 200 Bushels Capacity Gall 1t BOTH PHONES J- ffifRlil J l ZPifi 5 ii 1 h PROGRAM OF ASHLAND DISTRICT EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIA TION Frankfort Ky October 18 19 190 r OFFICERS- E R Jones President Frankforl A Hendricks V P Versailles I1l1s8 Eva Scott SecTr Owentor PROGRAM A Friday October 18th Address of Welcome County Su perlntendent E R Jones i Address of WelcomeCity Superin tendent H C McKe- eResponseHonI M H Bourne Ow Ien countyr f Needed Legislation State Sup rin i tendent Jas H Fuqua Srt iIand Appointment of t CommitteesNOON RECESS How Rural Communities May Have the Same Advantages as Cities In y1t Raising Revenue for School Purpos esSenator J W Cammack Owen ttjtonDiscussion C C Adams Grant county ViT Glvlden Henry coun ty W AI Barnes Owen county 4 How Can Our District Schools be Most Benefited by the Normal IiSchoolsSupt R h Garrison t Miss Louise A Wiard 1Frankfort Prof T A Hendrlck Ver sallies Prof S S Robinson Owen i ton Should Kentucky Have a Minimum Salary If so WhatSupt F L M6 Chesney Bourbon county J Jt Discussion Supt J L Reeves Old pant county Supt J R Lancaster t Scott county Prof A M Duggan New Liberty Ky EVENING SESSION itt tJ Music Address Judge E C ORear S Frankfort Music i Address Mrs R N Roark Pres Federation Womans Clubs Rich mond Ky wSATURDAY Consolidation of DistrictsSupt ill A Cassidy Lexington ti Discussion Supt MV B Hifner lt Woodfbrd county Prof J C Gordon cc Eminence Prof Lee Kirkpatrlck Pleasureville How to Strengthen Our English J r Course in the High SchoolSupt W G Chapman Paris Ky r Discussion Miss Lena M Lynch WI Fiankfort Principal F R Parks Lexington Principal W R Chandler GeorgetownThe Idea in Kentucky Prof 1R N Roark Richmond Ky Election of Officers Miscellaneous Business Adjournment i OUT OF SIGHT Out of sight out of mind is an old saying which applies with special force to a sbre burn or wound thats d been treated with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its out of sight out of mind t and out of existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing t 24 Influence Guaranteed by all drug gists t NO MORE TRIPS FOR THE PRES ENT We are requested by those in con trol to say that there will be no more trips by the steamer Falls City as high as Irvine for the present Due notice will be given in time for any others that may be determined upon later 11 BIG EDDY iii4t Delayed Letter taMiss Gracie Mitchell spent several flays at her sisters Mrs B F Fan nn near Old Crow this week t The Big Eddy base ball team closed down last Sunday Every one jra s very sorry Mrs Clifton Benton of French Lick Springs Ind is visiting Mrs Iter Mitchell this month at the i i Jig Eddy Mrs Hlter Mitchell will be the l he gumt or her daughter Mrs B F Tinin Suidnyt tWON THE PRIZE Some time since the Louisvill Times offered a prize for the beat composition on The Happiest Day September confining the contest little school girls of very tende years Miss Marguerite Eleanor Noo nan daughter of Detective Charles E Noonan won the prize in the fol lowing breezy little article It was a lovely day toward the close of September just such a day as would tempt a person for a rambl on the hillsso a few companions and myself set forth in search for wih grapes The hill chosen was on the west ern outskirts of the city from which a magnificent view of Frankfort could be obtained with the new Capitol lying directly at mIl feet In the course of our wanderings we came to a large grapevine swing which was on the slope of the hill We enjoyed a swing and hastened on ward in our search for grapes oC which we soon found an abundance with which we quickly filled our basketsOn the hill grew wild flowers ir profusion while there were many hickory and walnut trees Just previous to our departure we witnessed one of the most magnificent sunsets wo had ever seen The sun a flrery red ball sunk behind the masses of fleecy clouds Illuminating the whole earth with its golden radiance as It gradually went down behind the western hills Wo stood and watched until the last gleam disappeared Then we hastened homeward after the sun had gone down on one of the happiest of happy days MRS PERRY CROSTHWAIT HURT We regret to learn that Mrs Mary Risk Crosthwait wife of Mr Perry Crosthwalt of Lexington but former ly Miss Mary Risk of this city was thrown from her buggy on Saturday last and very badly hurt Mrs Crosthwaits many friends in this city will regret to learn this and hope for her speedy recovery Stomach troublts heart and kid ney ailments can be quickly correct ed with a prescription known to the druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative The prompt and sur 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 CAL NEWTON GOES TO PRISON Cal Newton who killed George and James D Smith near ElmVIlle two years ago was sent to the Prison for life on Saturday the Court of Ap peals having affirmed the sentence of the circuit court SLICK CITIZEN One J M Wilson who claimed to be from Salem Ind and who was practicing as a veterinary surgeon with headquarters at Mr W F Hearnes livery stable hasI shaken the lust of the Capital city from his feet It is charged that ho forged several checks signed with Mr Hearnes police are looking for him THE STEAMER DIXIE BURNED AND SUNK The towing steamer Dixie which had been chartered by the governS ment for a trip to Lock No 11 on the Kentucky river caught fire and burned on Friday night and was sunk She was owned by the Frankfort Towing Co TRAIN DELAYED The C O train westbound on Wednesday morning due here at 110 oclock did not reach this city until 530 p m on account of two freight wrecks In the region of Ashland Ky WQMANS CLUB TO MEET Wo are requested to announce that the Womans Club will meet on Mou II 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 tit capitalAnderson Lawrenceburg 3d Mon dayBath Owingsville 2d Monday Bourbon Paris3d Monday Boyle Danville 3d Monday Breathltt Jackson 1th Monday Clark Winchester 4th Monday Estlll IrvIne3d Monday Fayetto Lexington 2d Monday Fleming Flomlngssburg 4th Mon day Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant WJlliamstown 2d Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday Henry Now Castle1st Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3d Mon day Lee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford2d Monday Madison Richmond1st Monday Mason Maysvllle 1st MondayI Mercer Harrodsburg1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling1st Mon day Nicholas Carlisle 2d Monday Oldham Lagrange4th Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton1st Monday PulaskI Somerset3d Monday Scott Georgetown 3d Monday Shelby Shelbyvillo 2d Monday Wayne Montlcello 4th Monday Woodford Versailles 1th Monday TIIIrLouisville Herald AN IDEAL NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME The Louisville Herald Is recognized as 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TIMES AND KEEP UP WITH THE TIMES BRIGHTEST SNAPPIESTI BEST i TUB BEST BREADii IS MADE FROM PRIDE OF MADISON Q FLOUR a ASK YOUR GROCERA For Hay Straw Salt Seeds Potatoes and Procl-ucetV OnI m HEISE SONS STREETIBoth Phones r Ii1m FOR CatalogueOR Brief Work TRY THE ROVNDACVTSTREET Cars leave Capital Hotel Main and Ann streets for South Frankfort com mencing at C15 a in and every 15 minutes until 1015 p m For ParkAt 615 a m and 3 cars per hour until 1015 p m For Cemetery 30 a m every 46 minutes until 945 p m For LeestownG30 a m and every 30 minutes until 10 p m F AND V TRACTION CO tf J D SALlEE Supt lr Cadys Condition rowiers are just what a horse needs when in but condition Tonic blood purifier ate vermifuge They are not food I f medicine and the best in use to pm a horse in prime condition Price 2 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and La Compte Gayle Low ICincinnati L 305 Cinehm i and ltt turn 305 11 Queen Grescont Route andiF 0 By Sept 161718 1 Good returning Sept 21st Ask agent for particulars rf Sept 7td t IIji TWO DAILY 1 From oui TRAINSI VI Leaving lath St and Broadway I 806 am 821 p mItet xt1atp CInmpartutttI t J 1 JullmauB ON NIGHT TRAINS 1f Connections fo- rCALIFORNIA y and the Forestry and includingCanadian t W Bt and North Trms and Tim Tabls ow application t L District Passenger Agent rlIATTENTION FARMERS j Our farmer readers are requested to read tho advertisement in another V place of the great clubbing arrange mont which we have made with the f American Farm World whereby we are enabled to offer these two papers lRoundabout and American FarmJ i World for the Puce of the Rotunda n bout alone This Is a splendid chance for farm ers to have a good farmers journal and their home paper for the same price il EVERYBODY READ THIS- We Can Save You Money If you are not already a ubscrlber to this paper now the time for you to sub nurlbe If you ure already a subscriber you Khoulil renew your lubicrlptton now while the liberal terms wu olVer you prevail We have wade arrangements with tin Vub beTot THE AMERICAN FARM VtORLD to club their paper with ours and If you will nt once send ulIl1lIIO wo will send you both paper out year The American harni Vorlil Is a Large Agricultural Monthly Iubllcatloii contain lug each month fronfao to w large panes carefully edited by one of the Ablest Agrl cultural Vrlter In the United States It Is tilled with original matter only for the farmer and his family No copied matter whtiuVer but the welt tested methods MUle bet farmers In the country are here found tr just what the farmer vuitH to know sad it la safe to say followed wllllla coney and Improve hlx farm You can gel rrv f 2C Jf trA OLD a whole vo et lift with our send u atVtttth trJ fp THE BRIDE ELECTft b Those desiring to select articles for gift purposescol1lbiIiing the useful with the ornamental and 1whicIl will be a constant and pleasing reminder of the giver will find selections an easy task here iiYetthe price will be found moderate whatever the choice Gifts Useful end BeautifulOur stock of Cut Glass offers many suggestions from great stately pieces to tiny ones In r I silverware and thoroughly reliable plate we show a host of pleasing objects in artistic designs t 7SCA SELBERT JEWELERYOU BUY IT AT SELBERT8 ITS GOOD IfJ tIFt MARRIED iLt C YDEANIn this city on It Wednesday Mr Joseph Conway and f Miss Lily Dean were married GORDOkHARRODIn this city tor on Tuesday Mr Luther Gordon and Miss Mildred Harrod were married r by Rev L D Stucker ib UPDIKESHANNON In this city on Tuesday Mr John Updike Jr and e Miss Laura Shannon were married bj Y Judge J H Polsgrove RUEWITTAt the Baptist Church f on Monday night Mr John Rue and S Miss Emma Witt were married bj t Rev Dr M B Adams of the First Baptist ChurchIp LACKBURN LYLE Announcement is made of the approaching 1marriage of Mr Saml E Blackburn and Miss Lucy Underwood Lyle which will occur this month 1lf Mr Blackburn is the son of Capt Jas E Blackburn and served l5 Stamp Deputy of Internal Revenue t j under President Cleveland in his first term He is a fine young man- and very popular with all who know him His bride to be Is said to be at handsome and attractive lady We extend hearty congratulations MOOREBRIDGEFORD In Coy l icgton on Tuesday Mr William iMoore and Miss Margaret Bridgeford were married by Rev Chas S Brown of the Baptist Church Mr Moore is a hustling and clever t young farmer of this county His mostjpopular xford and his bookkeeper and man alter of Ills store YOUNG MENS DEMOCRATIC CLUB MEETING r The Young Mens Democratic Club I held a meeting in the Armory on Thursday night at which oyster soup and other et ceteras were servedr Red hot speeches were made by a number of young orators MIDLAND MEDICAL SOCIETY The Midland Medical Society met i in this city on Thursday Several subjects of importance were discuss ed to the great profit of the memo bers irA banquet was served at the Frank fort Hotel tf PAINtjjfcln in the head pain anywhere has Its cause congestion vain Is blood pressure nothing she usually At least ao says Dr Shoop and to Thattabletcalledcoaxes blood pressure away from pain centers Itt effect charrnln Gently though safely it surely equalizes the blood drew Muon pressurebyou are sleepless restless nervous its blood I congestion blood pressure That surely is a atop1tlnpressureBruise it get red and swell and pain you Of course it does Its con 4 amon blood Youll find itwh e pain lways It s simply Common Sense We son at rents end cheerfully mead IW f 1 lr s one for On one i I a I THANKS Mr Church Dennis has again placed us obligations for a box of pawpaws were tho largest and seen this year He will pleacc ac tues S Morris La law fn this Jfds try the Lse v PoW J I BUCKS h Hot sHeatery FREE OCTOBER 14th 15th 16thl order to convince you that Bucks hot blast tJ is all that claim it to bethe most economical heater order to show in this wonderful heater one and onefourth tons of the cheapest soft or even slackwill do the work of a ton of hard coal in an ordinary We are going to set up and operate front our store one of these celebrated heaters And after the demonstration HEATER will be given away ABSOLUTELY FREEI HERE ARE THE CONDITIONS From now on to every person calls at our store 1weshall give a numbered ticketwhether they make a purchase or not Write your name on end of the ticket and drop Iitin the box that purpose in the store Be sure you keep the other end the date of the demonstration from the tickets the box will be drawn and the person holding 1 that number willjbe presented with the heater The only condition is that the person holding thetnumber drawn must be present at the demonstration and at the drawing 1I the Dates Oct 14th 15th 16th R ROGERS SONS I under splendid They sweetest we have courtesyj 01Judr of Grpwho practices been appointed to of Commonwealth Caleb In heater we manufacturedIIn that coal heater in of the who in Remember A HUMANE APPEAL A Immune citizen of Richmond lud 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 helpedme and fully comet up to recom mendation It saves more lives than all tho other throat and lung medi cines put together Used as a cough and cold cure the world over Cures asthma bronchitr Cup whooping ugh quir SPECIAL CAR TO TROTS Manager J D Sallee has announced that a special car over the Inter urban Line leaves this city each day LeXing1ton ton at p m reaching here at p m FOR SALE 184 acres of good producing land can be bought at a bargain Some timber plenty of water House with To check a cold get from yom druggists some little Candy Cold TaI lets called Preventlcs DruggUteJ everywhere are now dispensing Prt ventics for they are not only saU but decidedly certain and prompj Preventics contain no Quinine no las atlye nothing harsh nor sickening Taken at the sneeze stage Preva tics will prevent Pneumonia Bra chitis La Grippe etc Hence tJ name Preventlcs Good for feveri children 48 Preventics 26 com Trial Boxes 5 cents Sold by Cape Piuwmano t The Good Old Summer Time Creates a demand for North Star Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Ice Chests Sprinkling Hose Screen Windows Wire Screen Cloth and Screen Doors Call and examine our stock POSOWEROO307309 Main Street Hardware Merchants Both Phones RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL f CHURCH Rev AB Chinn the rec tor will conduct the services 4 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser non 730 p m Evening PrayerI930 a m Sundayschool in the chapelWednesday evening prayer at 730 J p mIThe public generally Invited to at tendi monthly celebration of the- Holy Communion at 11 a m instead of the first Sunday in October t dFIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m t Sundayschool at 945 in the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught Ey the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 630 p I Monday evenings services will be tor men and boys only Tuesdayevening Rev Dr H M Wharton will begin the preaching service at 730 p m and continue 4roughout the week Visitors cordially Invited Seats free RiHudson the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday even ing at 730 oclock in the Chapel Everybody Invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct II 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 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J R Zelgler the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p 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 welcom- ediMETHODIST CHURCH Rev J t Sims pastor- Sundayschoolt 945 Preaching by the pastor at 1100 x mand 730 p m Epworth League at 645 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p Young Peoples Society at 7 pmp Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening- at 730 p Everybody invited to attend BELLEPOINTCHAPEIi Sunday school at 330 oclock p m THORN HILI There will be Sun dayschool every Sunday afternoon in WARDEN SYSTEM ITHE published yesterday a commu IVc from J O Evans Esq of Treasurerthe League of American Sportsmen advocating the creation of the office of chief game warden for the EvansIvogue in those States which have made the most successful efforts l ib protect game and fish through what Is whichhisa chief warden with power to ap point as many deputy wardens as in his judgment are necessary each of whom has powers prescribed by the act creating the office the duties of which are to see that the laws for the protection of game and fish are enforced The salaries of the chief warden and of the deputyI wardens are provided for great majority of States which have adopted this system by licenses charged for hunting Even in Kentucky depleted as It is of al most every sort of game it is estimated by those who have given thought to the subject that there would be sufficient returns from the licenses to pay the chief warden and a sufficient number of deputy wardens to enforce the laws Unless something is done by the next Legislature Kentucky will not long have a game bird left To day there are practically no pheasants no wild turkeys no quail and few doves in Kentucky The streams and even the ponds of the State are seined and fish destroyed by dynamite The laws which are on the statute hooks are honored much more by their breach than In their observation Pot hunters boys whose sole idea is slaughter men who have no regard for either the statutes of the State or the rules of sportsmanlike conduct unite in the continued destruction not only of game birds but of song and in sectiverous birds We would like to see the Legisla ture pass an act prohibiting the hunting of game birds in Kentucky for at least three and better still five years to give quail pheasants wild turkeys doves and pigeons an opportunity to multiply and also enact laws protecting the game by the establishment of the warden system so that there will be public officers whose duty It will be to enforce strictly the game laws It Is a hard fight Mr Evans has undertaken He will be opposed by many whose aid he ought to haveby men who claim to think they have an inalienable right to slaughter game when whore and how they choose by others who are by instinct mere murdereds and not sportsmen And even more dis couraging than the active opposition of such as these will be the inertia which seems sometimes to hang like a pall over Kentucky and prevent her from joining the vanguard of the progressive States wt hnn aa nP thq Strife fish laws and a stricter enforcement of such laws and will discuss frankly the advantages and disadvantages of the establishment of the warden system If the newspapers will do this by the time the Legislature convenes in January it will be possible that public sentiment will so strongly demand that It create time warden system that It may be forced to do soDeslma Brecklnridge in Lexington Herald JACKSONVILLE Health good News plenty On the sick list there are none Among the visiting are the following Mr Ira MooreIitIndianapolis Ind was the o one day this week Mr Lee Pulliam of Millville Woodford county was the guest of his mother Mrs Henry Rodgers Mr V M Poole and wifo were the guests of her parents Saturday last Mrs Nancy Rogers Mr Ira Moore of Indianapolis Ind was here this week Mr N B Moore and W A Duncan completed a contract for building a barn Saturday for Mr E M Sam pIes Success to the builders of101eratingSuccess to him Saturday and Sunday will be regu lax meeting days at Indian Fork There will be a roll call Come every one The prayer services every Saturday night are nice Come all and every one Success to the Roundabout Long may it continue to advocate the cause of the just CLOSE OBS- ERVERThirty Days Was My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured MeIOne person in every four has a weak heart Unless promptly treated a weak heart will easily become a diseased heart A little extra strain from cause is sufficient to bring on this deadly malady the most common cause of sudden death Dr Miles Heart Cure will tone up hearts action enrich the blood and improve the circulation trouble began with catarrh and I have- alwas it caused the trouble I have experienced withmy heart I had the usual symptoms of sleeplessness lost appetite stipation palpitation of the heart shortness of breath and pain around the heart and un der left arm My mother suffered in the same way and I suppose mine was an inherited tendency At one time I was in agony I suffered so severely and became so that my doctors said could not live thirty days At this time I had not slept over two hours a night on account of nervousness aboutwouldthe heart so severe that I would hate to everything and rest 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