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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r fi3 j7 FR NKF RT ROUND BOU1 ILJEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTEDJO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS11Rals 100 In Advar FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 1907 No I KPORTS PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS r IImATEItIN I Prod jnd St nelb6nn t o51jOld ucoI t ODAKSI South yrllc CO tldI AUNDRY I X Laundry aims to oest work in the State rk called for and deliver G TELL Agent Office Clair St up stairs jloOin LUMPING I in need of firstclass now d sanitary work call on Whitehoad St Really at all times 5to suit the most ClairI Phones 105 June Jh1 Frpilkt ort Ice COQ DIY Manufauti ers of IMiro Artificial I Ice made from Distilled Water Factory Nos 102 104 and 108 Main Street lttonesl89 and au equfje1plant IMF ORTANT RULING f itive to tie Manufacture and Sale Alleges Medicinal Alcoholic Compounds VASHINGTON Oct 14 Commls no of Internal Revenue Capers has i a decision relative to the re and sale of alleged vnaV compounds medlII 3 It found that the medicinal compounds are i for use as beverage lining up an elaborate opinion ommlssloner holds as follows at a special tax is required for inufacture and sale of alleged unnl alcoholic compounds or he sale of malt extracts manu red from fornicated liquors the js used in the manufacture of ich arc not sufficient in amount or naracter to render the product unfit ior use as a beverage or In the cane of cordials extracts and essencesIi Ir vtflch the amount of 1Ipreserve4thcbor cut came in so ioIl- Manntfacurers of alcoholic meal compounds malt extracts flavor jl iiacts essences alllisdda yrups who wish to avoid Ha for special taxes must satisfy reives that their products are hID the limits herein defined and I hose who put out alcoholic com upunds of doubtful medicinal value eontalning a questionable excess ttac- olml must lo so at the risk required to pay special taxes r4tha manufacture aiV sale of the sumo Catarrh e treatments are being JTrial out free on request by Dr Racine Wls These tests are proving to the peoplewIthout a teunys costthe great value of this Jjdentlflc prescription known to drug here as Dr Shoops Ca bdy Sold by Capitol HEAVY lOSS sA Moore of Major street hadthe misfortune to lose ntnliI 63 while This is rho is an SOUTH CO PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY juno IBCm Both Phones 17 Capital StoaIll Lannary Office Cor Main and Ann Sts Laundry Foot of Ann St FRANKFORT KY jundlSOm n In Addition t- oLUMBER Wo sell the Celebrated Ham nor Pain and the best Wall Plaster made Invincible COJune W J SOOTTOW SpecialtyStaple Fruits and Vegetables Both Phones BridgeStreets juno 15f- mJOB PRINTINGAT ROUNDABOUT THE CRITTENDEN FAMILY Wanhlngton Herald The destruction of the Crittenden peace tree in the Botanic Gardens of which the venerable superintendent Mr Sinlth is so fond recalls one of the most historic values in our po litical history all soldiers and states men of national repute George Crittenden editor born In Russellville Ky was a West er In the Mexican War resigned theI United States army in 1861 and joined the fortunes of the Confederacy John T Crittenden statesman a di rect descendant of Thomas Jefferson was of the same Kentucky family For this famous statesman the tree Is named when he was in the Senate He favored the election of Bell and Everett in 1860 He was opposed to secession and was for peace Robert Crittenden of the same fair ly in Kentucky a son of John J Crittenden became acting Governor of Arkansas afterwards fought a duel In which he killed his opponent Mr Conway in 1S67 Thomas L Crittenden another son of John J Crittenden became a far mous officer in the Union army while his brother was in the Confederate army I Am Ready To Make The Best PHOTOS Ami nil ylifn of Portrait and Groups FnmkfortBridcographer H G MATTERN I Have you a Gas Stove If not got one nt once und save money Call on us lor a perfect stove at light price The Capital Gas Electric f Light CO Incorporated The South Side Meat Market I lfndIThe Best Roof Lamb Veal Pork Fresh and Smoked Sausage Sliced Ham Oysters and Fish in Season I I juno 15flm NEVILLE COLLINS Liquors and Where to Buy Them The Pure Food Law will not alFecfc us Wo always did and atwIIs will sell nothing but Straight Liquors at I GEO II SAUiNDER 45 St Clair Iiout IIj= Gen Thomas L Orittenden U S A was promoted for gallantry at the battle of Shiloh His son J 7 CrIt tenden was at West Point 1873 to 1S and as lieutenant accompanied Gen Custer and shared the same fate in the Sioux fight on Little Big HornThomas Theodore Crittenden a grandson of the famous Kentucky statesman became a colonel in the Union army afterward Governor of Missouri elected by the largest Dem ocratic majority ever cast in the State 1881 He was Instrumental in the pursul and capture of the no torious James gang He was appoint ed fiy President Cleveland Consul General at Mexico 1813 The above interesting clipping Is in error ht one cr two points Gen Geo B Critteuden was the oldest son of Hon John Jordan Crittenden who Is mentioned In the third paragraph Thos Theodore Crittenden who Isj ex Governor of Missouri Is a nephew of Hon John J CrittendenICyl Eugene the U S Army was also a son of Gov 1 J Crittenden He was the father of Mrs J Swlgert Taylor of this city LADDERS Just received another new stock of LADDERS From 10 to 30 feat long11e have Building Lumber of nIlI kinds in stook Your trade is appreciated BAJMOIDaCO1 OLDEST MASONIC hLL Tho inllowing from the VJirgiaia Masonic Journal Is from the address of Dep tty Grand Master J W Egglestou at the reopening of the halloi RichmondRandolph Lodge No 19 claimed to he the first hall erected la America for ulasonlc use byifireTo enjoy the high privilege of meeting here in this renowned and venerable building Is a boon to any withIJOVe the oldest and most honor abe of human Institutions Truly the place whereon we stand Is holy ground Think of It This building was the very first erected in all America for Masonic use Virginia led in this as she has done In all good works for three hundred and more veoniI Of t6 Masonic hall there day perhaps ten thousands succes sors bttt lot one predecessor This building was occupied for many years by the oldest of all existing Grand Lodges In America No Masonic Ills torian pretends to dispute that Virgin la Masons were the first In all our broad land to organize a Grand Lodge eased solely on the will of the mar- jority of the lodges and as the succes sors oi o preceding grand body To day fiRi Is the fixed rule the wide world arr Great wars have raged around this hall aymies have tramped by Its doors the roar of battle has been heard in its close proximity fires great and small have threatend Its existence but thanks to the Masons God it still stands Within these walls have met for a hundred and twentyodd years members of tho orly orgnmVntio known among men civil political or religious which always has and which only can rise above and lift its votaries above the evil passions of menDoes any one dispute this hlg claim I submit the proof In the very middle of the most dreadful and the most heroic of wars at a time when the passions oi men women and children were 1ofthe death when the very sermons and even prayers in churches north and so ith were almost profane de nunciations of respective enemies Masonry alone stood calm conservative and unplowed from its basic principle of love of God and fellow men At this very time under a condition oi public sentiment that only those of a generation now passing away canlever conceive and which they can now oy faintly remember there wast Issued In Charleston S C the very hotbed of secession a circular to tho craft The Grand Master David Hamsey a soldier who lost his own life In a battle the following earIJ scud to his brethren I quote memory and only In par Brethren remember that you are ooind by solemn vows taken be lore Almighty God to help befriend and relieve your brethren all and singular wherever met In darlmessJ or In light armed or or seeing foe in battle in prison or in escape Remember that these tiesd existed before wars were and continue after they are forgotten As Masons we should know not that lrillllcircilnr somehow reached the State of Maine What was the effect Itr was ordered printed and hung on f walls of every lodge room in State But to come nearer home V niter four long years of fearful when hundreds of thousands been slain in the struggle for t session of this devoted city at fell Left defenseless to the hf swarming with ghouls who hidden away in its slums conflagration eating up buildings thousands of free in a moment andl marching Into its streets f Ladies Tailored Garments The Very Choicest Them are Gathered Here Our showing of Snits C and now at its hest all sizes being represented all the various styles fashiIpression in tho elegant crc tions assembled hereexel youfindwhere in style and quality our prices TTVould he well for you you are an intending p chaser or Tailored Garmo to Seu tint nsiomiitrit hi present grand complotones to come before tho offerings have found purclii ersCome today if possibi garmentlearnyourself with our exec ally low prices Suits 15 00 to 4 Coats 500 to Skirts o00io C Kagin I 4113 St Clair Strce clasonryadverse and appalling condii colonel of a cavalry regimen Franklin street because l impassible saw those we emblems on the from building He called a halt- a captain and a sufficient Masons and gave the coma sect that building and pet Masons to enter its doo Nor was this all Aldn terward the Master of William E Tanner w and urged to call a m lodge wish had tim niglrt a picture of this room a fe few crippled Confederai in brotherly Int In blue from m States vieing each wit to how best to re1 distress and unf mOl Our Curtain Department is full of Lace ml Muslin Curtains 5 pieces Tapestry for urtnins Special 40c yard Tapestry Curtains 250 350 and 500 IiI Specials in Blue Reel Green Snowflake thins ORe pairOUR Vi t t t A f ni Fla H M Childers of Versailles here this week Arnold Batterton left Monday rip to Indiana Nellie Marshall has returned lit to Virginia W lUll of West Mrgina was city hit Monday EKagln has returned from hautauqua N Y Henry George of Pewee Val i here this week W Lee Crutcher is visiting In Shelby county YoJ Roberts has returned visit to Beattyvllle- ilbert Scott of Louisville was r here on Monday WL Jett made a business Louisville yesterday E E Hume visited his farm er county this week Elizabeth Scott has gone to Ga to visit relatives v Rogers aivl wife have jm Olympia Springs Furl sited friends and Louisville this week A Owen and wife visited Louisville this week Ward wife and daughter were here on Wednes Williams wile and 11l1 to Versailles on Macauley laud wife of vere visitors here on Mon Q Vreeland of L mother In this a Wright is visiting her W L Brown in Louis f j H Watson of St Louis city the first of the Walcutt of Lakeland Dr H S Keller and ett visited her cousin Minary in Versailles meson left Thurs rpuls Chicago GREAT UMBRELLA SPECIAL 98c THIS WEEK guest of Mrs Guy Barrett her sister Campbell street Ilrs George A Lewis and Mrs N Crutcher visited relatives in Lex ington this week i1rs T F Burge of Louisville is the guest of her daughter Mrs Wm Choate West Side Mrs J M Wright of Washington City is the guest of Mrs WF Br ret Wilkinson street Miss Belle Giltner was the guest her nephew Mr B Todd Crutcher and wife this week Mrs George W Chinn left Friday evening for Buffalo N Y to visit her son Mr Julian Chinn Mrs Mary C Haycraft was called to Louisville on Saturday to attend- the funeral of a friend Mr John M Scott of Louisville spent Sunday here the guest of his mother Mrs W T Scott Mrs Ike Parrish of Midway who has been the guest of Miss Janie De honey Peas returned home Mrs E Hickory Taylor has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Chas Lang in Louisville Mr J H Dorman Oventon but now of City is in the city Mrs Dora Vallandlngham of Louisiville is the guest of Miss Katie Coleman South Side Mrs Ben H Blanton of Knoxville Tenn is the guest of Mrs J AV Rodman Todd Mrs Goo T was the guest of her sister Mrs John F Davis this week Miss Eloise Booe who is attending the College of Music at Cincinnati was at home this week Loogotee Ind who have been guests of his parents Col John F Davis and wife leave returned Mrs W R Scott were guests of her parents Mr C C Haxelrigg and wife this week I Mr C W Kenney of Owenton was the guest of his brothers Messrs O C and T E Kenney this week Mrs E E Hume and daughter Miss Eleanor left Friday evening for a trip to Canada and New York City Mr Thos G Chapman of Bowling Green is the guest of his son Mr Walter G Chapman this week Mrs Joseph Rupert and Mr Chas E Weisenburgh yent to Lexington on Tuesday over the Traction Line Rev Wm Crowe attended the Synod of the Southern Presbyterian Church at Midway this week Dr HI Leonard has returned from New Brunswick where he ear- the remains of his mother Bedford Macklln and wife and Stephen Black left Saturday for ngton City and Jamestown Eleanor Stewart Pusey of le was the guest of her M Van Denem this auntI shin W Jouett and son ofI who have been guests ire have returned homeI lie Price of Louisville jst of Capt R L Grin rife West Side this week ry Wright who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs W L Brown in Louisville has returned home Mrs Harrison Groom who has been the guest of her parents Rev T N Arnold and wife has returned hoI Mrs William Botts of Bagdad and Mrs Estell Botts of Eminence were guests of Mrs Sallie R Thomas this Anna Greenwell of Shelby county who was the guest of Mr N B Smith and wife lias returned horse Miss Ida Roberts of Science Hill Shelb yville was at home with her parents Col H H Roberts and wife C W Merchant Jr Mm Una Merchant and Miss Una Wright haveI returned from a visit to Georgetown Mrs J E Pollock of Greenup who has been the guest of Judge T H Paynter and wife lift Wednesday for S Bush and son of Ken Miss Mollie F Berryman who has been visiting her brother Mr Jim W Berryman at Versailles returned home on Monday Ilrs Richard Hopple of Lexing ton who has been the guest of firs- Sam South at the Forks of I has returned home Harrison of an Clarkson of Covington were of Mrs Hiram Berry at the Capital Hotel this week Mrs John F Hines and two chil dren wife of Commander J F Hines U S Navy are guests of Mrs W T Scott Wilkinson street IJndge T L tfclelen Und Judge J H were in Versailles Saturday to argue a case In chambers be before Judge R L Stout Dr E C Roemele wife and son visited his mother in Louisville this week and the Doctor attended the- State Medical Convention scenes of the many battles in which he took part during the civil war Mr Wade H Negus wife and daughter of Greenville Miss who have been guests of Gen D W Lindsex and wife have returned home Mr W J B Davis and family of Wathen of Lebanon came here Monday to attend the TobinWathen wedding I IMisses Mary anal Mason Brown of Louisville are the guests of their aunts Mrs W F Barret Mrs W T Scott and MrsJ B Bailey Wilkin son Mr R N Wathen and wife Mrs John Wathen Miss Louise Wathen and Mrs Arthur Smith of Lebanon attended the WathonTobln wedding Ion Lewis wife Rni1son Will A Jr of Harriman Tenn came here on Sunday to visit Mrs Lewis parents Col John N Crutcher and wife West Side frnLS1n nvN e o S l i Tho Now Fluffy Riifllo 25u and 50b tNewJSA IEE5 J WIIEIJEtA r rR3ONALMargaret uIsvilleI WashingtonI StreetI homeI LouisvilleMr 011his lltho111I IIrs fori Louisei streetI WednesdayMr Saturday 1 f is i Cloaks Suits Furs Skirts CoatsJ1250 would be good values at 1500 Call and see You will be satisfied Largest best andcheapest Underwear in the c- itbrJHEENEYf 1 f j F J A Necessary Change Owing to continued poor health and steady increase In BrockenStockBegimng Tuesday October the 15th We will sell our entire stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries at a Great Sacrifice We extend to cacti and every customer our mtiyhavewe will be able to save you money STOREduringSale begins promptly at 8 oclock Tuesday Morning the IStfiX- o goods charged at this sale JOHN DRISCOLL THE LEADING GROCER y 216 St Clair Street Frankfoftrft r lc NEW OFFJCE OF PRUDENTIAL SURANCE CO Mr W H Watts who has been reappointed superintendent of the Pru dential Life Insurance Co has re turned to this city to reside and has companloverMafn street The many patrons of this solid old company aro glad to have Mr Watts hack and that the office has been reopened for business Mr C D Wills will remain as one of the local staff and Mr Thos H Du vall will run down from Lexington occasionally to help whoop up the businesslObstinate cases of constipation and nasty mean headaches promptly dis appear when you take DeWitts Little Early Riser Pills Sold by South DISEASESCANCER r PURIFER FREE If your blood Is Impure thin dla eased hot or full of humors If yr have blood poison cancer suet eating sores scrofula eczer risings and bumps scabb skinlbone pains catarrh rht or any bloodor skin dlseai Boianie blood Balm B B B IYlandDruggist orb express J bottle tit Balm Co- pecially a seated cap falls iji Ii Fill YOUR FALL AND WINTER NEEDS HERE 1 j t Whether its a Cloak or a Fur Dress Fabrics Silks or Warm Un dcrwearbuy it here and DEPEND upon it Our qualities are DEPENDABLE our styles are latest known to fashionour prices EXCEEDINGLY moderate Should you have a certain amount of money laid aside for filling your Fall and Winter needs its all the more desirable that you fillsthem HEREkr fYour money will go the farthest in this store and you will receive the MOST for it In other words TIlISis tin economical place to dtt spendan EASY place to save t rH 4flr4 2d F A R 1VL EJjr R SlI K3H2SSE2S2R3JI 2S3E iWJI COMMUNICATED Editor Frankfort Roundabout The purpose of this contribution is memloryruthlessly shot down and Instantly killed by Officer Davis Harrod of the Franktoit police force on Tuesday night just before the midnight hour The statements of the affair as given in the Kentucky State Journal in the two issues of that paper follow ing the occurrence were notoriously unfair and manifestly unjust both toI the memory of the murdered boy and his surviving relatives and numerous friends One would naturally infer from reading the account of the kill ing published in the paper referred to that Officer Davis Harrod la bringing about the death of the unfortunate young man had performed a meritori ous duty and had in fact removed from the walks of life a desperado whose existence was a menace to the t well being of the community In which he resided Such In brief are the conclusions that would be arrived at by those who were unacquainted with the bare facts in the case after read printellInThis is not the first time within the past two years or more that tliis same State Journal has boen notably unfair in dealing with happenings which concerned people and families In numerousI the offenses along this line such as to call forth the just condemnation of the public In the details f of passing events ItChas shown no regard whatever for the feelings of others Mothers sisters and broth ers innumerable have been moved to 4anguish time and amlh by the cruel course It has mapped out for its guid Ianceand no person was safe from its pursuit It has caused more heartaches among the people of Frankfort within the time mentioned than all other causes combined and has smoothed over wrongdoings on the part of Its favorites to an extent that has become almost unbearable to the pub lie at large In many other ways be sides it has trod upon and maddened the citizens of Frankfort until the limit of endurance has almost been reached These statements none will have the hardihood to deny But its account of the killing of John T Waters Jr caps the climax J This was so hedged about with mis Statements and favoritism as to even U11 with disgust its best friends and to call forth on all sties a storm of indignation at this latest illustration 1c its perfidy and the savage partisan ship in which it has ever in dealing with local affairs indUlgedj The true facts jn regard to ing ot the young man the of whose memory has actuated the writer of these lines le these John T Waters who was known to most of the people Frankfort and univer sally beliked was not a desperado or a criminal He was of a gentle an kindly disposition and was never known to harm any one He was as tender as a woman and knew not the meaning of crime In so far ash e was concerned No enemies dogged his unassuming path in life and would prove an extremely difficult matter to find a person among the many thousands who go to make up the population of his home town who would state that he had ever done them an injury He had his fallings of course and which of us has not but they were inconsequential and harmed no one The idea that he ever carried a pistol with the inten tlon of committing a crime will not be believed by those who knew him and the statement as undo In the State Journal that lie attempted to draw such a weapon on Officer Davis Har rod is equally as preposterous It Is true an empty revolver was taken from his pocket as he lay dead in the street but his possession of that weapon bears an explanation that can throw no blame upon him He tool frlc11l1I allImeasures on the Dart of Officer Davis Harrod and which led to the untimely death of the unfortunate young man He was on his wal to his home scarce 200 feet distant when he was peremptorily ordered to halt and throw up his hands by the otncert Naturally he did not wish to be ar rested with a pistol in his possession as he hud never boon known to carry one He disobeyed accordingly the command of the minion of the law and ran in his effort to escape As a rash and uncalled for answer to that action on his part he was deliberately fired on twice by the officer who when the first charge failed to bring down the quarry had recourse to a second the result of which bore the cruel bullet through tho boys heart causing in stantaneous death and precipitating him to the roadway where he lay In a grotesque attitude an inert mass He was shot squarely In the back as iie ran and the studied effort of the JournaJ to explain that the position he assumed in endeavoring to draw a weapon threw his body In the proper theisured on its face and incredible of be uu = = n lief by any sane person All statements relating to the un fortunate ffalr go to show that tha place the boy was traversing was shrouded In darkness so much s o that his form was scarcely discerns ble and Ills identity was unknown How then could a slight movement of one arm as If to draw a weapon thedsleuth Impossible John T as his relatives and friends called him had committed no crime to call for his execution at the hands thingtThe writer of tills article could en ter into other details and dwell on other matters that would go to show the utter lack of cause for the terrible deed But it is unnecessary as public opinion nearly always in the right writItenhis mother and sisters are respected and esteemed as ninth so as any woman in the com munity and the effort of the Journal to show the dead boy up In a ques tiouable light will go for naught It was hard on his people though while they were gathered around his bier environed as it was by the loving tes timonials of his friends and the friends of his family in the shape of Innumerable fragrant blossoms and roses to read in the State Journal that his slayer was at that moment receiving the congratulations of the public for rte brave manner In which he had performed his duty and as the paper Intimated rid the community Lof a monster In human shape That a publication which claims to be a l8pectv hleone should so distort the facts and so clumsily endeavor create such a false Impression is almost Inconceivable of belief But It untie a stagger at the effort to hoodwink the public in the shameful manner Indicated And mores the Pity The poor goy cut down In the prune of young manhood Is now sleeping peacefully beneath the green verdure that covers so many of Frankforts dear ones and there is no doubt but that his spirit released So suddenly from Its earthly abode has found Its proper spheio in the home of the blest In concluding this article the writer speaking for himself and the other relatives of the dead boy desire to state that no person enmity is felt towards Officer Davis Harrod for they are convinced that had he known who It was he would have suffered the loss of almost anything dear rather than kill the son of his neighbor aud the neighbor of his wlteJ OLD TAYLORfl- a THE PREMIER t iLdtlli J li 1l4FflHKUBH and Hmaly They are convinced that he rorots the happening very much and will continue to regret It through life iHe simply allowed his temper to get the best of his judgment But there should be no place on the police force of the city for a man who can not con nol his temper The people have some rights that should be respected and are not to be shot down without C1USO In free America as Is the prac tlce ii Russia or other corrupt coun tries Such a course naturally breeds otherIldlrctluu existing conditions for the con servation of the peace are not the best In Frankfort just now Orlme is rampant and tne city is plentifully besprinkled with thieves thugs and situationIdient but necessarily I WANTED A SITUATION As housekeeper by Mrs Mary liar ris 121 Hill street It REPUBLICANS NOMINATE CANDI DATES FOR COUNCILMEN The Republicans of this city met In convention at the court house on Thursday evening and nominated the lollowlng gentlemen for City CouncilmenFirst F G Stagg A B Ham mond Lafayette Wells R W Me Rery Second WardY A Kaltenbrun J Woitzel Henry Mefford Dr O Ih Hen Irls Third WardJ Buford Hendrick P Brown John Marshall James of these gentlemen have served heretofore In these positions GOOD for OLD and YOUNG Flower keeps the children healthy aile- stronc Full of vigor and frolic the whole day long So when Mamma needs more they rush off ia JleeI the druggist Please give it te JInabilitjr to get up brisk and fresh in the morning lack of appetite allor muddy complexion and Spirits these all indicate a disordered stomach nd bad digestion in adults and children too They also indicate the urgent neea regularlyJits a reliable old remedy for all stomach indigestiondyspepsia is a natural r body and qTwo sizes 3jc and Asa All druggists For sale by j w 011I IIkT r sum ua a Fruit Ornamental Trees 1 I i Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus t Ever thing for Orchard Lawn and ICatalogues H F Hillenmeyer Sons Lexington Ky Or 12JmQ Louisville fltlantic Railway IIT EAST BOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains leave Versailles for Beatty ville and intermediate points at 700 a m and at 1200 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY intermediateJfi i 1030 a m and 530 p m 7 latON SATURDAYS ONLY Train it Versailles for Richmond ant v Intermediate points at 730 p m Yj ON SUNDAYS ONLY Train I leaves Richmond for Versailles and g intermediate points at 415 p m r The L A and the Traction Line affords excellent service betwp a i Frankfort and Nlcholasvllle much q mond Irvine Beatyvllle and Interme dlate pointsn t For further Information address H R SMITH G P A VS Versailles Ky Oct 5ly VV Jit Low Rates One way and Round Trip v the West Southwest and Northwest ia T Henderson Rout FROM LOUISVILLE KY COLONIST One way Second Class Tickets ou h daily Sept i to Oct 31 1907 I3455I3705 I3705 SPOKANE WASH- ELLENSBURG WASH MULLAN IDAHO PORTLAND ORE TACOMA Wl SEATTLE SAN FRANCISf LOS ANGEr SAN DIE Corresponding Low Rates to I MONTANA IDAHO and t- HOMESEEKEfi Tickets ou sale First and T days in each month limit 21 and 30 do TO POINTS IN ARIZONA ARKANSAS NE OKLAHOMA INDIAN TER TEXAS KANSAS AND Write as for rates L J IRWIN P Louisville Ky Septr Hit i I r t TtieFranKfaitRoimilaDou Entered at the postotllce at Frankfort Ken tuck secondclass mailable matter t r 1EO A LEWIS Pror and Pub ORT OCT 19 1907 RURBAN TRIP ens Club Goes To Vei s and LexingtonI opening of the Traction this city to Versailles was by an excursion by tin MIS Club of this city inital of Woodforxl county- to Lexington on Monday by the Second Regiment laln1thej Secretary of the Club toI reet in St Clair to jndwiiy to Ann and up Am ral Station in front of the tel where two of the big Ie Traction Company were about 100 members of the he Band left about 030 reaching In a little less than ai ng the Club marched down it Versailles and out Rose ntermarchlng to the court ere an address of welcome Jjrkllng and breezy was deI Hon W 0 Davis of jj t saflles The address was responded I ltp by President Oeo B Harper who f f introduced Jev C R Hudson of the r Club wlio delighted the crowd with a crisp and merry little talk All of the addresses were brief but greatly enjoyedrj Club reinforced by a delega POtion from the Versailles Conimerclal Club then re embarked on the cars and bled themselves away to the 1 Athens of the West Reaching the corner of Main and Broadway in Lexington the crowd left the cars and headed by the band marched to the front of the court f house where Congressman W P Kim ii ball delivered a happy and eloquent taddress of welcome litPresident Harper designated Mr Jas T Buford to respond who did so m a well chosen but brief address The Club was then furnished badg es of admission to the trotting races When the grounds were reached the Club again marched to the front of the grand stand and were formally ills mlssedu grand rush being made by lunchV ly observed and enjoyed until time for- tjt the return trip The crowd embarked on the cars at Anglin Avenue at 5 oclock and t reached home about 7 p m having ilenjoyed a delightful outing as the vtday was every thing that could be de e sired jet Every one who went expressed themselves as surprised at the smooth tl t ness and excellence of the Traction Line between the places visited and overfL sired event The Club were warm in expressions t of gratitude to Superintendent John Sallee of the Traction Line who conlpauied the excursion and who left nothing undone to minister to the pleasures of the trip He is a whole team all by himself Heres lookln at yer Colonel MAN KILLED BY c o TRAIN On Tuesday evening about eight lock at the C O train bound it was passing up Broadway street young man Tjy the name of Sidney Williamson who formerly lived near Bald Knob this county attempted iito board the train to ride blind bag fjgage to Lexington missed his foot P Vjng and was crushel to death under tv wheels Portions of the body found scattered along up the Street all the way to the entrance the tunnel The first that any toI Knew of the terrible accident when a colored man who lvos above the tunnel started home this JlIgh the tunnel When he was norrlllel to finll the mans head body one arum and one leg lying in the center of tno track He hurried back to tile depot and notified the railroad mon whoI followed back the track picking portions of the body until opposlt the south end of Madison street where they discovered evidences of the mans first attempt to board the trainYoung Williamson lint been drlnt lag In the saloon of Owen Moore am stated that he was going to hexing ton on the C Jr O train but strange to sly although the street was full of people no one saw him when he made the rash attempt Coroner Graham was summoned ant took the remains to his undertaklnj establishment in the death basket A singular fatality has followed this family He father was shot and klllei at the corner of Main and St Clair street county court day a number of years since another brother wa killed In a saloon by the barkeeper still another brother was burned tc death In a hotel and another Is now in the Eastern Lunatic Asylum Hh mother and two sisters are all that re main They reside in this city The sympathy of every body goes out to these terribly a icted peo pie No blame could attach to the railroad people as they did not know of the accident N JOHN T WATERS JR KILLED Officer H Davis Harrod Shoots Young Man In the Discharge of His Duty mother killing is chalked up against this city under particularly sail clr instances On Tuesday night about hl oclock two shots rang out at tin north end of St Clair and Hill streets Dfflcer H Davis Harrod had just rev turned home after a visit to his kinswoman Mrs Here Williamson where lie went to give what comfort he could to the lady whost son bad been tilled by the C 0 train Hearing wlfelSeeing posture he called to them to know what was the trouble Receiving no eply he again commanded the men to stop and throw up their hands elllng them he was an olllcer of the aw One of them disappeared as otally as if the ground had swallowed him up The other came towards the officer seemingly attempting to draaw his pistol Three times was he irdered to halt and throw up his lands Falling to obey Officer Har rod fired two shots at him only one of which took effect and passed through the body killing him at once Upon Investigation the man was found to be John T Waters Jr Officer Harrod at once notified Chief of Police Mangan who came to the cene accompanied by Judge T H olsgrove and others of the police orce Coroner Graham was notified and took the remains to the home of the young man whose parents lived near by- Upon the body was found a 38 caller revolver and a pocket knife This Is a very sad affair in all its aspects Officer Harrod was a friend of the family of his victim and was horrified to find that the young man pled in the discharge of his duty was his young friend THE PURPOSE ly Dear Sir The purpose of this letter Is to ask rour cooperation in a matter of great Importance to everyone who is posed to the annihilation of our na tIe quadrupeds birds and fishes he time has come when nothing short of a universal movement 10- 1the protection of our wild creatures will save them from total extermlna onNever before were the agencies The effect of Scott9J Emulsion on thin ale children is magical It makes them plump rosy active happy It contains Cod Liver Oil Hypophosphites and Glycerine to make fat blood and bone tnd so put together that it is easily digested jy little folk 2 ALL DRUGGISTS 5Oc AND 100 of destruction so numerous as now Never before were they so wide distributed and anew r before wero they so effective for slaughter A thfjthe fact that throughout 30 decreaiIlast fifteen years leas reached an average of 46 per cent Tho decreas In number of edible birds uplam gamo birds waterfowl shore bird and pigeons has never been even greater than that and a number of our finest species are now approval Ing practical extinction Worse thnn all this many of our song birds are being killed for food The League of American Sportsmen was organized for the purpos of creating in every State Terrltc ryand county a well organized standing army of protectors which shall 1 Secure the enactment of more stringent general laws 2 Which shall see that lawlessrieS Is punisned 3 Which shall discourage gamy slaughter and 4 Protect the wild creatures tha still remain We now have working divisions in fortysix States anti In four provinces of Canada our membership including eleven members of Congress the governors of severa States the presidents of several col leges ninny clergymen judges of courts lawyers bankers etc- H you will inquire into the detail of the plans of campaign as set forth In the constitution and bylaws ant which will be sent you on applica tlon we are sure they will meet your approval In order to make this movement effective a large membership if effective The league wants members every where gathered in local organ izations Believing that the objects of the league will appeal to you w urgently invite you to become a mem herThere is no initiation fee the annual dues of all moneys received are returned to the divisions in the State from whence the fund comes Even if you are not now able to render active service your dollar will help furnish the sinews of war to the wardens who will be in a post Mon to fight the game hogs Our interest in the preservation lour wild creatures is so great that roux acceptance of this Invitation would be regarded as a personal or Yours truly LEAGUE OF AMERICAN SPORTS MElt Office 101 Simpson street New York 555SA CRIMINAL ATTACK On an inoffensive citizen is frequent Ilr made in that apparently useless ittle tube called the appendix Its enerally the result of protracted constipation following liver troubles jDr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver prevent appendicitis and establish regular habits of the bowls 2o cents at all drug stores WITTY AND DELIGHTFUL AD DRESS Hon W O Davis of Versailles de Ivered a witty and delightful address to the Presbyterian Brotherhood qf his city on Friday night last in the ecture room of the First Presbyterian hnrchaHe was afterwards the guest of Mr Frank Chiiin at his handsome new home on West Tapping street AWFUL TRAGEDY By two explosions in the powder illls at Fontanet Ind the whole own was wiped off the earth and bout 50 people were killed and numi leis of others badly hurt The accl dent occurred on Tuesday rGOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE By reference to an advertisement In another place It will be seen that a good business venture in Lexington can be purchased at a very reason ahle price Read the ad FELL FROM OPERA HOUSE BALCONY Charles Kennedy a cooper went the Opera House on Saturday night to attend the moving picture show fell asleep and awakening after the erformanco was over fell from the alcony where he was sitting to the tloor below breaking three ribs and therwise bruising himself He wa not discovered until about 130 a m urglcal attention was at once reni deredI ii P1eisdnt1to4ike kark Laxative Syrup J f t S 1 NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION I j Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and 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 intestinesS i LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will brng about a cure Of such as lf1BloatedYolu 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 Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelborrows l 1TarpaulinsMonkey Wrenches r Pipe Fittings and Wrenches i FRANK G STAGG1A It Hardware Paints Oils Etc GapitolFoundryiJT MachinetHOLMES ST FRANKFORT KYr 1andSupplies of All KindsifBoth New and Secondhand ilWE HAVE FOR SALE Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam BollertNinehorse Power Hagan Gasoline 200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONESirA1 i di Xti r J REV DR HENRY M WHARTON Js Conducting the Services at Firs Baptist Church Large Crowds Greet Him 1Rev Dr Henry 11 Wliarton the able tender and brilliant pastor evan t f gelist reached this city on Wednesday morning and took charge of tho tmeeting at the First Baptist Church ilkthat evening the Initial service a congrega tion that comfortably filled the large auditorium greeted him This Is rather an unusual occurrence as its gen J erally the case that the audiences are small for the first evening or so after a meeting commences J Dr Wharton Is a man of fine phy J1t sique with a musical and attractive voice His sermons are short prac tical and wondrously winning He does not attempt anything sensational only presenting the old old story In its simplicity and power and It truly becomes Ithe power of God unto salvation few months over twenty years OFFICERS OF GRAND COUNCIL R S M The following were the officers elected by the Grand Council of Kentucky R S M at Louisville on Monday evening i Grand Master John T Klnkead Lexington i Deputy Grand Master W E Board ParisGrand Principal Conductor of WorkHanson Peterson Cynthiana Grand Treasurer F H Johnson Louisville Grand RecorderH B Grant Louis villa Grand Chaplain D E Dunning Louisville Grand Captain of GuardJohn W Landrum Mayfield Grand Conductor of Council O D Thomas Lebanon 1Grand MarshalE G Adkins Co lumbia Grand Sentinel W E Ryan Louisville Grandl StewardA A Hazelrigg ML Sterling toFFICERS OF GRAND CHAPTER R A M The following gentlemen were elected as the officers of the Grand Chapter of Kentucky at Louisville on 1TuesdaY High PriestGeo A Lewis- Grand High PliestIJr Everett Catlettsburg Grand KingG Allison Holland Scribe Harry Bailey Cyn t thlana I Grand Treasurer Frank H John son Louisville Grand Secretary H B Grant Louisville i 4LADIES AID SOCIETY OF CHOATE VILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH JItbet1give a Box Party at the Choateville school house for the benefit of the church on Saturday October 2Gth Everybody invited to attend rStomach troublts heart and kidney ailments can be quickly correct ed with a prescription known to the 1 druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops surtmediately brings is entirely due to its restorative action upon the controll tog nerves of tho stomach eti Cnpli fol Pharmacy X ago this soldier of the Cross conducted a meeting in this church when Rev Dr Geo F Bagby was the pas tor and It resulted in a magnificent ingathering of souls into the various churches of the city a number of those converted becoming the most useful members of the church to which they attached themselves During this week the services will he held only at tho evening hour 730 but next week other services will be announced for which our readers are referred to our religious columnDr Whartons sermons are all purposeIup controversy and yet he does not shun to declare the whole counsel of Christians are Invited to attend and their earnest prayers Invoked for the Divine blessing but the unconverted are especially Invited to be present Comfortable accommodations will be afforded all who attend In the big church and chapel CAUSED A JAM ON STREET Messrs R Rogers Sons gave a demonstration ot the superior quali ties of the Bueks Stoves and Ranges In front of their big store on St Clair street on Wednesday which caused at big crowd to gather and a jam on the east side of the street The stove awarded to the success ful drawer of a ticket was awarded to Mrs W B OConnell Conway street South Side CAN NOT ASSESS PREMIUM ON STOCKS The Court of Appeals on Tuesday handed down a decision holdlnrthat assessors could not assess ums at which stocks or bonds were quoted when the corporations paid the tax on the capital stock or bonds at their fair valuation rteOUT OF SIGHT Out of sight out of mind is an old saying vJilch 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 drug gists r HANDSOME IMPROVEMENT We note with pleasure that the proprietors of the Capital Hotel are put ting in some handsome improvements to the front verandah of that popular hostelry The old floor of the veran dah has been removed with the glass lights for the room below and a new concrete floor and lights putdown in place The big pillars of the veran dah have been cleaned repaired and painted making It much more attrac tive HARD TIMES IN KANSAS The old days of grasshoppers and 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 I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and tiny and could find no relief till I tried Dr Kings New Dis covery It took less than one bottle to completely cure me The safest and 1QstTeliable cough or cold rem edy and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaranteed by all drug gists 50 cents and 100 bottl3 Trial bottle free OLD MAIDS C NVENTIONI One of the most ble entertainments pf the season was that given by the ladles of The Kings Daughters Circle denominated the Old Maids Convention on Tuesday eveningIt simply flue front start to finish and was witnessed by one of the largest audiences ever assembled In the Opera House The whole affair was well managed and well executed the greater part of the performance being as well staged and acted as could have boon done by all professionals We repoice to learn that a very substantial sum was realised to aid In building the extension of the Kings Daughters Hospital now s urgently demanded This instil uton Is a splendid success and tho only won der Is how the city ever got along without It In the past e HIS DEAR OLD MOTHER My dear old mother who Is now eightythree years old thrives on Electric Bitters writes Yon Brun Ion of Dublin Ga She has taken them for about two years and en joys an excellent appetite feel 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 and general deoility Weak puny chil dren too are greatly strengthened by stmachllivergists 50 cents and bottles ate RESIGNS FROM CIRCUIT BENCH Judge R Frank Peak of Shelby vile on Saturday tendered his res ignation as Circuit Judge of the 12th Judicial District to take effect at once Judge Peak has made an able and Impartial judge and his retirement will cause regret He expects to become a member of a big law firm In Louisville Dont get out of patience with the baby when it is peeverish and rest less and dont wear yourself out worrying night and day about Itjust give It a little Cascaweet Cascaweet is a corrective for the stomachs of babies and children Contains no harmful drugs Sold by South Co REMAINDER OF MANSION HOUSE BLOCK TO GO Dr W McKee Hardle has determined to tent away the remaining part of the Old Mansion Block on St Clair street and the work of demolition is under way He will build a handsome building in the place of the old structure which will very much add to the appearance of things on St Clair street A weak stomach causing dyspepsia 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 Snoop of Racine Wis will mall samples willitellPharmacy ateA CAMPAIGN OFFER The Most Liberal Campaign Offer Ever Made by The Evening Post From Now to November 9 1907 For One Dollar If you want to read the news when It is news if you want only the news that Is new and true you should read The Evening Post Think of getting Kentuckys greatest newspaper for only one dollar from now until November 9 Count the time Look around and see the great number of Evening Post readers In your neighborhood and who they are and be convinced that The Evening Post is the biggest brightest and best daily in the South Even if you are now taking some other paper how can you afford to miss this opportunity to securo The Evening Post at such a greatly reduc ed In mind that this offer is masts only for those who cai not get The Evening Post through a car rier or agent The offer is irado for mail subscribers only thsa living in ho country or in small towns where can not be delivered by our agentsIFrom now until November election for only 100 Address Ttya Evening Post Louisville Ky or Roncdaoout Frankfort Ky tf 4 t AIZlI yi THE BEST BREHD IS MADE FROM PRIDE OF MADIS- ONFLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER For Hay Straw Salt Seeds Potatoes and Produce Call On HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET j Both Phones 471i FOR CatalogueOR Brief Work TRY TH- EROUNDABOUT n n 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 Cemetery630 a m every 45 minutes until 945 p m For Leestown630 a m and every 30 minutes until 10 p m F AND V TRACTION CO J D SALLEE Supt Dr Judys Condition rowuers are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food Vf medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and Le- Compte Gayle JLow Rate fie- Cincinnati i i 305 Cincinnati and Return 308t 1 Queen Orescent Route and 11 1GoodAsk agent for particulars Sept Ttd t i TWO DAILY rRAINSk Fresn Lwlll to CHICAGO k V Leaving lOtH Stand Broadvyay 806 a m 821 pmS ribate Iuntiarmeu4- lultmaiu a j ON I GilT TRAINS 1 Connections fo- rCALIFORNIA J andFarming t4Wst li Terse and TimTabl a j application a E District Passenger Agent ATTENTION FARMERS 4I Our farmer readers are requested to read the advertisement in another place of the great clubbing arrange ment which wo have made with the t American Farm World whereby wo are enabled to offer these two paperstRoundabout and American Farm World for the price of the Round iiJThisers to have a good farmers journal and their home paper for the salt price EVERYBODY READ THISj We Can Save You Money + 1 If you lire not already a subscriber to this now Is the time for you to sub scribe Ifyou tire already a subscriber you should rriirw your ulmurlptlou now t while the liberal terms we otter you prevail Ve have made arrangements with tho publishers of THE AMERICAN FARM WORLD to club their paper with ours and Ifyou will at once send usSlik we will send you both puprr out year The American Farm World Is a Large Agricultural Montiily Publication contain tlug each month trout to W large pastes carefully edited by one of the Ablest Agrl cultural Writers In the Inlted States It Is tilled with original matter only for the farmer and his family Xo copied matter whatever but the well tested methods of the t t best farmers In the country are hero found to be Just what the farmer wants to know rand It Is safe to say if followed will save hint money and improve his farm 4You can set THE AMERICAN FARM WORLD a whole year together with out pown paper if you will at once send us Rr will pay thin pulrltr6err of The rr Amcrtcau Faatnt 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 otler now Adilrmn- ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT KY oi t I THE BRIDE ELECTThose desiring to select articles for gift purposes combining the useful with the ornamental and Jwhich will be a constant and reminder of the giver will find selections an easy task here price will be found moderate whatever the choice i Gifts Useful and Beautiful i j Our stockof Cut Glass offers many suggestions from great stately pieces to tiny ones In l silverware and thoroughly reliable plate we show a host of pleasing objects in Artistic designs 1 7si A SELBERT JEWELER I i t IF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERT8 ITS GOOD I x l MARRIEDf flVARDEIANPOOLE In this city j on Tuesday lr Vardeman 9 t1nnd Mrs Elizabeth H Poole were married by Rev L D Stucker IJ t WALTON KETTENACIvER In Xtif enacker were married by Rev L V Jb Stucker i f WATHENTOiJN At the Church of the Good Snepherd on Wednesday morning Mr U X Wathen of Leba non and Miss li race Tobin daughter of the late Dr Hugh L Toblu were married by Rev Father Thos S Ma- R jor Mr Wathen is a hustling young f business man who has made a suc cess in all his ventures He numbers his friends by his acpaintance His bride Is one of the prettiest sweetest and most atljractiYe girls ever reared 4In this holy e of pretty women She graduated with honor from the Frank lor JUsh School only u couple o- rt years since and is held in the highest esteem her teachers for her studi ous and intellectual qualities and gen w Veral amiability pf character lj The c urch was beautifully decorat ed byte young friends of this attrac tive girl and their pride in her was tempe eJ by the sadness that came when she departed for her new hom- edh rand duties The solemn nuptial mass of the church was impressively performed after the couple had taken the mar riage vows jThe heartiest congratulations at tend them as they go to face lifes du tiesA very large crowd of friends at tended the marriage SCHNEIDERHAWKINS Mr John C Hawkins and wife announce the a approaching marriage of their laughter Msls Marguerite to Mr Otto Schneider of the Frankfort Hotel t Miss Hawkins is a handsome and t popular young girl Mr Schneider ihas a host of friends The marriage will take place November 12th ASHLAND DISTRICT TEACHERS CONVENTION The Ashland District Teachers rtJ Convention of which Prof E R r Jones of this county is President met in the Chapel of the City School yesterday morning There was quite a large delegation 1 of teachers on hand Owing to the fact that we were com ifpelJed to close our forms yesterday i W Cough Caution Never positively ifover poison your lungs If you cough oven from a glmplo cold only you should Always heal soothe and ease the irritated bron tubes Dont blindly suppress it with ft ft l Itupefying poison Its strange how com tilings e Anally como about For twenty yearsShoop has constantly warned people not to tako cough or prescriptions containing Opium Chloroform or similar poisons And now a little 1 late thoughCongress says Put It on the label if poisons are in your Cough Mixture Good y Verygood II Hereafterforthisveryreasoumothers and others should insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure No poison marks on Dr Shoops labels and none in tho medicine else it must by- law bo on tho label And its not only safe but it to be by those that kuowit best a truly re i markablo cough remedy Take no chance then- particularlyI with your children Insist on having tll01Drr OOp S Cough CureCAPITOL PHARMACY I afternoon we unable account of the proceedlpgsI However we will give a full digest of the same next week The work of this association is very valuable to the members and helps them solve many serious problems that arise in their isolated positions The Convention will continue throughout today- 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 ers in the Scott Circuit Court Of course he will have to issue a call for a special term which will put the case over until about the middle of November OFFICERS OF GRAND LODGE A Y IV I The following officers were elected at Louisville this week by die GiMnd Lodge of Kentucky Ancient Yark Ma sonsGrand Master Henry Barrett Hen derson Deputy Grand Master Virgil P Smith Somerset Grand Senior Warden Jno Cowles Louisville Grand Junior Warden R M Burn am Richmond Grand Treasurer Jno H Leathers LouisvilleGrand H B Grant Louis ville Grand Steward and TylerH H Erdman Louisville You never have any trouble to get children to take Kennedys Lexatlve Cough Syrup They like it because it tastes like maple sugar Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup is a safe sure and prompt remedy for coughs and colds and is good for every member of the family Sold by South Co =PUBLIC LIBRARY TO BE START ED BY WOMANS CLUB Committees from the Womans Club are now soliciting subscriptions or l1- Or more to start a Public Circulating Library in Frankfort Their plan is to collect funds and books during this lull and winter and to open the HUrary in one of the rooms of the new McClare building in April or MayBooks will probably be rented to nonsubscribers for a small sum put Its hoped and urged that all pub lie spirited citizens of both town and county will give to this good object and become regular subscribers Many towns in the State of less size and importance than Frankfort nave public libraries and the club mem hers believe and they will persist in the belief that we need a library that it will be a help to the town in many ways and that Kentuckys capital shall not be behind in this particular respectThe club library of ISO excellent volumes will he placed in the public library and will form a good nucleus on which to build If you wish to help the library with either funds or books ple se commu nicate with any one of the following ladles the special library committee Mrs C R Hudson Miss S B South Miss S W Smith s Mrs A H McClure Miss L Lindsey It Is hoped that former Frankfort citizens who see this notice will be interested In the library and the com rtiittee would greatly apreclate any substantial evidence of such Interest i l I r hfr BERTHS MERCHANT Iu thiscity on Thursday night the infant daughter of Mr Luke Merchant and wife aged fourteen month- sMOOREIn k this county on Wednesday Mr Nelson Moore aged 11 yearsMr Moore was a brother of Judge J Dan Moore Mr David Moore Mr George Moore Mr J Polk Moore and Miss Sallie Ann Moore He was a prominent and influential farmer A member of North Benson Church He leaves a wife four daughters and three sons to mourn his death The funeral services were conduct ed from the family residence near Benson Station on Thursday morning by Rev John H Burdin hud the re mains were laid to rest in the famllrIburying ground Mr Moore was In the city Saur day week ago and seemed in his I usual health He was only sick a fowl days j A useful citizen has gone to his reward I BEDFORD In this county on Thursday night Mrs Lizzie T Bed ford widow of the late Mr Ryland D BedfordMrs Bedford was a gentle and lovely lady of the old school She i was a member of Providence Baptist Church She died at the residence of her soninlaw Mr John A Scott near Woodlake The funeral sirvices will be conducted from Mr Scotts residence this morning at 930 a in by Rev A Paul Baggy and the remains will be interred in the family lot in our cemetery ateLAID TO REST The remains of the two young men who met such awful deaths tin Tues day night were laid to rest on Thurs lay Mr Sidney Williamsons remains were taken to his old home at Pols grove and burled in the family bury- Ing ground Mr John T Waters Jrs remains after funeral services at the Church of the Good Shepherd were laid away in the Catholic Cemetery This is the end of all the earth A HUMANE APPEAL A humane citizen of Richmond hId 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 rem edy that has helped me and fully I comes up to the proprietors recommendation j It saves more lives than all the other throat and lung medi I cines put together Used as a cough and cold cure the world over Cures asthma bronchitis croup whooping cough quinsy hoarseness andI phthisic stops hemorrhages of the lungs and builds them up Guaran teed at all drug stores 50 cents and 1 Trial bottle free FOR SALE 1S4 acres of good producing land can be bought at a bargain Some timber plenty of water House with seven looms Barn corn crib and other buildings For information write to H WI Frankfort Ky R F I D No2 Box 77 Oct 12Ct a I I IlJ 1 0 N i WI V Pi1 TO THEr aI- I N PUBLIC tt 111 t r C For several months past owing to poor health we were contemplating closingIout or selling out our business but having re f covered to some extent from the depression and further given such unstinted cheer and encouragement from you by your liberal patronage during the time we were unable tojgive you any personal attention we feel it would be to you individually and collectively if we failed to make one more heroic effort to serve you Therefore we have determined to make a which we trust will be mutually advantageousand in order to accomplish this we find imperative to cut out the retail department in a sneak way yet continue to reach you in the bulk or original r package form thereby making a great saving to us which wilLbe distributed to you in giving lower pricesijC Ever grateful for the many favors extendedtand trusting that you will look upon this change with favor we remain Sincerely yours J JOHN DRISCOLL THE LEADING GROCER I 216 St Clair Street frankfort Kyf VThomas A Edison the great Amerl can Inventor says Fully eighty per cent of the illness of mankind comes from eating Improper food or too much food people are inclined to overIndulge themselves This is where indigestion finds its beginning in nearly every case The stomach can do just so much work and no more and when you overload it or when you eat the wrong kind of food the digestlvo6rguns can not possibly do the work demanded of them It 113 at such times that the stomach needs help it dtmiands help and also warns you by headaches belching spur stomach nausea and indigestion You should attend to this at once by taking something that will actually do the work for the stomach Kodol will do this It is a combination of natural digestahts and vegetable acids and contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach It Is pleasant to take It digests what you cat Sold by south CoIamll Early Risers IThe taimluiNttM pilM f hlJ A l tfiI RIPLEY COUNTY IND FARM FOR SALE 280 acres good productive well PriepfUOOOOct co Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule iu effect Nov 25 1900 sub ject to change without notice rLimited for Louisville Nashville Mem phis Westand Southwest 9tiO A M and 014 F M Dull 1 Limited For Washington Baltimore Fliilndel- phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 1016 A M and 801 P X Dally 28lyt Imf Early millert If1IttIe l I c I f SPECIALb J DISPLAY i1lj j I cf at r 5- i loo l i LONG WEARING SHOESr itFOR BOYS AND GIRLSf1j lf Lt S + factssshoesr looks great variety to select from and careful fitting are yet stylish in l i is a hObby here and sendcanyouwith perfect confidence that his or her shoes will be thoroughlycomfortable This week our window showsmany tiiirstyles of childrens shoes J sold uniformly at very low pri Jesthe feature are three lines absolutely unequalled anywhere ihIJ ryo The McClure Footform Shoe for Boys If V Made on a broad toe last which allows the foot perfect freedom4 at all times Made of glazed coltskin or box calf with extra heavy soles allowj4the usual kind of shoes 10 to 2 S3251 Pt 601rThe McClure Speoial Boys 250 Welt Shoe Irf These shoes come in several styles and leathers in sizes 13 to 5 f 1 They are made by the makers of our mens Regent shoes have plump posiy t Tieasy on the feet Every pair guaranteed l i liP MISSIONARY ADDRESS Mrs N E Ertznilnger of Rio Bra zil tile wife and helper of a Baptist minister who is a missionary in that city gave a most interesting and in structive address upon missions in the First Baptist Church on Monday af ternoon to an interested congregation of ladles Those present greatly enjoyed the address and a deeper interest was aroused in mission work The Blood is IJie Science has never gone above simple statement of scripture But it has illuminated that statement and given it a meaning over broadening with is not alone the body which disease The brain is also clouded Sho mind and judgement are e im of thoj Foul Impure Wood hn tiro h t n nr i curing pimples blotches eruptions and n cutaneous affections as eczema totter or salt rhoum hives and other manifestations of impure blood Ci 0 0 0 0 0 Into euro of scrofulous swellings on largedglnnds open eating ulcers or old sores the Golden Medical Discovery has performed tho most marvelous cures In- cases of old sores or open eating ulcers it Is well to apply to tho open sores Dr J Healing Salvo which pos iderful healing potency when application to tho sores hcon- IthP tho uso of Golden Medical 1 as a blood cleansing consti tu eatment If your druggist by inclosing fiftyfour cents in postage Stamps to Dr R V Pierce 003 Main St Buffalo N Y and It will como to you by return post Most druggists keep It as well as the Golden Medical 0 0 0 cm You cant afford to accept of Unknown composition as a I for Golden Medical Discovery a medicine OF KNOWN COMPOSITION having a complete list of ingredients In 4 plain English on its bottlewrapper the same being attested as correct under oath Dr Sftnt Eolleta xegulate y 4 bowels f4It Yj r A HARD STRUGGLE Many a frankfort Citizen Finds The Struggle Hard a back constantly aching With distressing urinary disorders Daily existence Is but a struggle No need to keep it up Deans Kidney Pills will cure you people endorse this claimMrs Kate NevUirl of 113 Logan street Frankfurt Ky says It was sometimes very hard for me to per lorm my dully work on account of weakness cress my loins and the irregular action of the kidneys and the sensation of scalding which ac companied the secretions caused deal and besides uSed various reme dies said to be good for kidney trou i Reading advertisements of Doan s Kidney Pills which appeared in our newspapers impressed mo with their value so concluding to try l procured a box at J VlGa los drug store rhelr effect certainly surpris ed me and I continued their use talc ing the contents of the second box They did for me far beyond my expectations and I can certainly rec ommend them For sale by air dealers Price 50 cents Foster 111ilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for time the name atke no To c your druggist some little Candy Coal Tablets culled Preventics Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Pre ventics for they arc not only safe but decidedoly certain and prompt Provontics contain no quinine Taken at the sneeze stage Prtventics will prevent pneumonia bronchitis la Fortyeight Preventics 26 cents Trial boxes 6 cents Sold by Capitol Phar macs r 4 J 1 L 17U A The Girls Welt Shoe y t 5 1 This is an unequalled shoe for the girls Made of vici kid in iT 4l j the lasts stylish and comfortable Priced very low and about the same as the usual stores ask for the clumsy McKay sewed shoes t J Sizes 5 i I fSizes Syt to 10 200 Sizes ily to 2 2OO t Sizes 2J to 5 35O tTjiJ jiare1r K K IVL c1urea tonsrINGORPORRT9D LifeI knowledgoWhen suf- ferrthrough impurt Iten hnvethoAIJIIollllngSalve DiscoveryI substituteI invizoratestomachltverand With permanentlyFrankfort 01Iatutoylnt reliefethem StatesRemember UnitedI otherI Pret McClure Special perfectlysmooth toSS1a IBLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES FRANKFORT DIVISION Cars will leave center for Ver sallies at 6 a m 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 j 10 a m 12 m 2 p hi 4 p m 6 p m and 8 p rrt t Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and nt 9 und 11 p in Leave Paris every hour from 0 a m to 7 p in and 10 p in Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 030 a m to 730 pm mind uti and 11 p in Leave arm to 15 p m and nt 10 p m Divisiontcenter over hour from Umo U p in wild nt U and 11 p in Leave Versailles very hour from 615 n m to U 46 p in and at 815 uud 10 p in E T Phone 010 Homo Phone 174I2ttIAPPOINTED CIRCUIT JUDGE OF TWELFTH DISTRICT Mr Chas G Marshall of Shelby yule was appointed Judge of the Twelfth Judicial District on Monday to succeed Judge R Frank PeaL re signed tlwIFranklin Circuit Court To check a cold get front your druggists sonic little Candy Cold Tab lets called Preventics Druggists averytehern are now dispensing Pre ventics fdr they arc not only safe but decidjully certain and prompt Preventlc contain no Quinine no lax ative ny thing harsh nor sickening Taken nt the sneeze stage Proven tics wrfl prevent Pneumonia Bran chumsLa Grippe etc Hence the Good for feverish children 48 Preventics 26 centsj Trial Boxes 5 cents Sold by Capitol Pharmacy 5 ntip i i nJ t 1tlIIEREHigh Grade Vehicles Than ever before The public have at last come to the conclusion that a CHEAP vehicle is DEAR at any price Our work is strictly hand made and is soldunder a guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle that is firstclass und will give perfect satisfaction us a card and we will call to see you We know we caDtts- uit you in both quality and prices All we ask is era opportunity to discuss the matter with you f j i Seller Carriage GoI t VERSAILLES KY HK WAIID President genuineLaxativethe remedy tbftr WHVU a cold in one far Kodol For- IndigestionOur Guarantee Coupon ofhodolTryKodolsign the following present it to tho dealer at tho timo of purchase If it fails to satisfy you return the bottle containing onethird of the buuihtitTownState Sign here Cut rhts- OulDigestsWhat YouEat And Makes the Stomach Sweet IlLI4 i iIrJt 4 i t I C M BROWNING Sec and Trcas I Hotel Business For Sale IA small but convenient and centrally located hotel business for ulo at a bargain Leased for a term of three years For a particularsaddress BUSINESS S3 0511 Short St 9ft KyOrt KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery I FOR cOUCHS OLDS illal PRICEI AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUAaA TIED SATIBEAOTO OR KONBY REFUNDED The Good Old Summer Time i 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 PO SOWER GO307309 Main Street Hardware Merchants Both Phones I RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL v A B Chinn the ree- tcHURCHR the services I 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser anon 730 p m Evening Prayer 930 a m Sundayschool In the f chapelWednesday evening prayer at 73 pm ijThe public rjJl rallY invited to attend FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev Dr H M Wharton will preach at il a m and 730 p m At 3 p m Dr Wharton will ad dress a meeting for men only at the Opera House- Sundayschool at 945 in the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union Trill meet at 680 p m The revival services will continue throughout the week Preaching at 10 a m and 730 p m each day Everybody cordially Invited Seats free I r CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11amand730pmSundayschool a m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society will Iimcet in the chapel at C45 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday even h ing at 730 oclock in the Chapel t Everybody invited fCATHOLIC CHURCH R v Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct services as follows Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m t Vespers and prayer at 730 pm ra FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH f tRev J R Zeigler the pastor will at 11 a m and 730 p m s Sundayschool at 945 a m Conference of young men and young women at 645 p m Prayer Meeting Wednesday even i 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 I Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRES B Y T E B I A N CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p Toung Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p Everybodyr invited to attend toBELLEPOINT CHAPELSunday p m THORN HILLiThere will be Sun iiayschool every Sunday afternoon In Wtlie schoolhouse at oclock p m t 4 ATTENTION FARMERS f Any farmer wishing to purchase a good Indiana farm is referred to the ad of Mr J B Austin Versailles rInd k rA lop INTEREST TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY ofLstomaclutrouble that the druggist has to deal with almost every day Stom ach trouble seems to be Increasing right along from year to year amongst the American people and in nearly every case carelessness In what they eat or how they eat is what brings 0on attacks of stomach disorders There are perhaps more people today suffering from heart burn sour stom ach bad breath nausea belching and other irregularities arising from indi ailmentIers the well known remedy Kodol for dyspepsia and Indigestion Kodol is a scientific preparation It Is a combi nation of vegetable acids with natural digestants and contains the same juices that are found in the stomach of a healthy person It is undoubtedly the most effeptive prompt and satis factory remedy we know of for stom ach disorders Messrs South Co our popular druggists have sent us a letter from a prominent resident of the State ol Georgia who tells his experience with Kodol We gladly reproduce this let terOfilce of the Prison Commission of Georgia Atlanta Ga August 10 1901 E C DeWitt Co Chicago Ill Dear Slrl have suffered more than twenty years from indigestion About eighteen months ago I had grown so much worse that I could not digest a crust of corn bread and could not retain anything on my stomach My heart would beat so fast could not sleep At times I would al most draw double with pain in the pit ormy stomach I lost twentyJive pounds in fact I made up my mini that I could not live but a short time when a friend of mine recommended Kodol I consented to try It to please him and I was better In one day I now weigh more than I ever did in inj life and am in better health than for many years Kodol did it I keep a bottle constantly and write this hoping that humanity will be bone fited Very truly yours JAKE C MOORE State Warden THE BEST PAPER FOR FAMILY READING The contents of The Youths Com panion are chosen with a view to the Interests of all tastes and ages The father us well as the son enjoys the tales and adventure the mother renews her girlhood in the stories for girls while the paper always abounds In stories long and short which maybe read aloud in the most varied fam ily group to the keen pleasure of them all Full Illustrated announcement of The Companion for 1008 will be sent to any address free with sample copies of the paper New subscribers who send 175 at once for 1908 will receive free all the remaining issues of 1907 besides the gift of The Companions Four Leaf Hanging Calendar for 1908 in full colorITHE YCl1 COMPANION 144 Berkeley Std Boston Mass i PLRSONALS u Continued from jwgo 2 Mrs James L Watson oi Lexing ton was the guest of her sister Mrs Jennie T Cardwell Thursday Miss Mary P Lewis who has been the guest of relatives at Springfield Ills has returned home Mr James W Chambers and wife of Winchester and Mrs Sallie B Chambers of Warsaw who have been guests of Col E E Abbett and wife have returned to their homes Mr Jolm Montgomery of Madison ville who has been the guest of his daughter Mrs N B Hays left Tues day to attend the Grand Lodge of Masyns of Kentucky at Louisville By a letter we learn that LtCom Hugh Rodman U S Navy of this city has been stationed at Charleston S C as inspector of the Light House District extending from North Carolina to Florida Mrs H I Tpdd Sr Miss Julia R Todd and Miss Marta C Todd who have been living in Louisville for a number of years have returned to this city to reside and are with Mrs Samuel E Holmes on Ewing streetMiss Bertha Bunnell who has been stenographer for the FordJohnson Co Is the guest of Miss Alice La fontaine Miss Bunnell has resigned her pdsition and will return to her home at Jeffersonville Ind She Is a handsome and winning lassie Q C FREIGHT DEPOT AT GEORGETOWN BURNS The freishfclopot of the Q C Railway at Georgetown was totally destroyed by fire caused by sparks from an engine on Thursday night Owing tai heavy shipments that day and light receipts the damage was comparatively li h- tEyes Did Not Close For a WeeK Heart Trouble BafIfled Doctors- DrMilesHeart Cure and Neryine Cured Me There is nothing necessary to health than sleep and rest If these are you if rise in the morning more tired than when you went to bed there an affection of the nerves plainly If our heart weak or there is an inherited tendency in that direction your weakened nerves will affect your hearts action as to bring on seriOUS chronic trouble Dr Miles Ner vine is a nerve tonic which quiets the nerves to that sleep may come and it quickly re stores the weakened nerves to health and strength Dr Miles Heart Cure is a great ac1tionwith heart trouble At my seemingly stop beating and at others it beat very fast Three t wouldI hours sleep each night in ten months I could get One week in last never closed my eyes I got Dr Miles and Heart Cure at drugstore n Lawrence burg after or in medi cines and doctors in 10uisvillcShelbvville Frankfort Cincinnati and Latren burg and in three days have derived more benefit from the use of your remedies than I EotI from all the doctors and their med ines I think everybody aught to know of he mar velous w r in your remedies W H HUGHES Fox Creek Ky All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tIe Dr es for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addresi Dr Miles Medical C9n Elkhart lad i j Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and Heater I IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warns the coldest and largest 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