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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 TIE FBANEFOR R OUT CEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY DEVOTED TO LOOAL NJ 100 In Advance C I YOL XXXI FRANKFO UCKY SATURDAY No 3 tirb It FRANKFORTS IRO6flEEMECHrV GEOliaE SA LENDER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries No TobaccoINow Pbonf 517 Old Phone 803 Ie I june 16Om LERAKS GAYLE coI Incorporated South Side 0 r I EBNER OQ814 Main Street June 15 mt a fl LAUN DRiIThe M N do the beta work Jill the State All work called for and deliver ed E G NELL Agent Office J3 StClair St up stairs jl60m tI PLUMBING I When in need of firstclass new or old sanitary work call on Chas Whitehoad 104 St qtrect Ready at all times I prices tofeuit the most ClairI Both Phones 105 juno The FrI lktOht leD G OIDD any I Manufacturers of Pure Artificial Jce made from Distilled Water Factory Sos 102 104 and 108 Main Street Phones 89 and 89 The largest rind best equipped plant in tho State June 16Cin STATE gRANGE MET HERE f I The Kentucky State Farmers Grange met In thla city on Tuesday mbjrhing Grand Master F P Wolcott of Cov Tngton called the body to order in the Senate Chamber in the old Capitol building His address dealt with many sub Vjeists of Interest to the organization SThere was a fairly gpQd represen i iation of the membership both male andi female r Sessions were held morning after f noon and evening The business was wound Up on Wednesday and the fol flowing officers were elected for the en stttng year MGfand Matter F Wolcott of Cov f OverseerNoC Tanner of Boone c 1tyI1 LecturerVvV H Clayton of He brorii I Jr Steward James Colwell of Harri f son county L Steward FLSayre of HebronIr Chaplain Rev W A Penn of fCynthIina t W ConnerTreasurerJt of Walton Secretary Mabel G Sayre of He bron Gate KeeperM L Bradford of Harrison county Worthy Ceres Mrs LI Hook of Worthy RobertsoncountyI i pf Committee J M Utz p Boone county five years Geo D t Kaisner of Fayette county four j years rj A banquet was served on Wednesday y eyenlng bvtha Frankfort Business lenslid belnglShoop Racine Wis These tests are J proving to the peoplewithout a pnnYJJcostt1le rrrant irnlun of this drugpg evo as ShopS Ca Ii f CapitolPharmacyv r j ADDING ANOTHER STORY havinganother Jh uso on Conway street which will n d largely to the attractiveness oft is Already attractive residence j f 1 i J at1i SOUTH CO PHAR IACY 43 Bridle st t South SIdeV FRANKFORT KY Juno 15Cm Both Phones 17 Uauital 8toM Lann P Oilier bore Main and A Liiujiclry Foot of A J11ANKFOIIT junel56m I AtUlition to IIn BiER Colebratocl Ham nior1 Pain the best Wall faster mae Invincible COjuno W J S00TTOW SpecialtyStapleFruits and Vegetables Both Phones Cor 2nd S Bridge Streetsjunolb JOB PRINTING AT TH- EROUNDABOUT DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES FOR CITY OFFICES The following gentlemen were nominated by the Democratic committee on Saturday as their candidtites for city ofllces For CCuncllmen First WardJ L Newman O B Demaree Z J Montgomery T E Kenney Second Ward Wra Congleton W Rossen ED Weitzel C E Col line Third Ward W G Simpson C M Bridgeford J H Triplett W McKee Hardie liMSMSBoard First Ward Jos C Hubbard Second WardJohn A Brislan long term W S Dehoney short term t Third Ward W H Hoge Constable First Magisterial Dlsi trlctL P Thompson arrDELIGHTFUL PRESENT Mr Joe Tracy of Pea Ridge has placed us under our yearly obligation to him for a lot of delightful persim mons ripe sweet and very delicl ousOur old friend never fails to remem Am Ready To Make tAmint my now Unitary South rrnnv Brid St on the Reliable fgraphdr H G MATTfit Liquors and Where to Buy Them The Pure Food Law will not affect us We always did and always will sell nothing but Straight Liquors at GEO B SAfjENDKH 45 St Clair Every thing bnt the color comes out in tho wash if done by The Troy Laundry JOHN W GAYLE Agent juno her us when persimmon times rolls round each year We tender our since thanks for his kindness r FAIRBANKS and WILSON Speaking at Capital Opera House at 12 M To Day Viqe President Charles W FairbanV and Hon A E Wilson Republican candidate for Governor will ad OpetaIIduseEverybody invited NARROW ESCAPE As Mrs J B Wood and son Mr Morton Wood were returning from church at Woodlake on Sunday morn ing a team driven by some city people when just this side of the Forks of Elkhorn became unmanageable and ran the pole of the vehicle through the bank curtain of Hire Woods buggy just missing her head It was a narrow escape from serious injury II LADDERS IJust received another new stock ofI LADDERS rte nIlIPrdnV 10 to 80 foot lonc11te have Building Lumber of kin is in stock Your trade is appreciated HAMMORMGO t it N74 f lco 1 Ji i Jli 1 j fIw unalterably opposed to the harmful discrimination against our rural communities jn the matter of raising revenue for school purposes and are in favor of an amendment to sections 167158 of the State Constitution which will enable these communities- to levy and collect revenue up to a certain amount without the necessity of submitting tte question to a vote of the people this privilege now being enjoyed by cities of the first second third and fourth classes 2d That we gre in favor of a law making per month the minimum salary to bo paid any teacher in this That we favor the County Board of Education rather than the present trustee system believing that the ben efits proposed In the amendments to sections J57158 couldibe best realized by this change 4th That we appoint a committee to work in conjunction with other educational bodies in the State In se- curIng needed legislation comingtentuckylaws ns will perfect our educational system and that the committee asked for in section 4 of the resolutions OSe such measures to the educational committee as will carry out the wishes of this body To leCJ a cold quickly get from your druggist some little Candy Coal Tablets callecj Preventics Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Pre ventics for they are not only safe but decidedely certain and prompt Preventics contain no quinine Taken at the sneeze stage Prtventlcs will prevent pneumonia bronchitis la grippe etc Hence the name Pre ve tics Good for feverish children Trialboxesmacy THANKS Mr Watson T Crutohor has placed us under obligations for a mess of the finest sweet potatoes which we have seen this season The crop ralse i by Mr Crutcher was the finest raised atitlIwnst grocer seeditAir Crutcher will please accept our thanks for his kindness c ATTENTION FARMERS Our farmer readers are requested to read the advertisement In another place of the great clubbing arrange mont which we haVe made with the American Farm World whereby wo SIRQUltdnbo and their home papor for the price t sanij Dr Weavere Tieat uont Bpvp tor tho Cerattffor i j i i J- C ji L t tfi x1k j + lJ dies Tailored Garments The Very Choicest of Them are Gathered Here Oti of Suits Coats and Skirts is now at its best 1 all sizes being represented in all the various styles The most correct fashion I thoughts find their truest ex pression in the elegant crea tions assembled here exclu sive creations garments youll find hard to duplicate else where in style and quality at our prices Twould be well for you if you are an intending pur r chaser oi a Tailored Garment to see our assortment in itspresent grand completonessvto come offerings have found purohqs iJors 7t Come today if possible B see these elegant garments learn the truaatylos acquaint yourself with our exception Bv ally low prices I J 15 00 to 4500 ISUitS 000 to 6000 60 to 1650 CKaginBror4143 St Clair Street j SUPPLEMENTAL REGISTRATION Monday Tuesday and Wednesday October 28 29 and 30 are ehe regular days lor the supplemental registration of voters This includes those who were absent from the city on registra tion day those who were sick them selves or who had sickness in their families Voters desiring to place their names on the list dan go before tho county clerk make affidavit to the facts and havq thenr names enrolled f If you take DeWitts Kidney auf Bladder Pills you will get a prompt relief from backache weak kidneys and inflammation of the bladder and 0 urinary troubles A weeks treatment a 25 cents SOldby South Co LECTURE ONVOME MiSsioN WOR Miss Mabel Head Field Secretary f of the Womans Home Mission ty of the Methodist Church delivered- an interesting and Instructive address at the Methodist Church on Mondays evening r Hqr address was well calculated to arouse a deeper Interest in this im ioctant Worlc I CASTOR I A i For Infants and Children tiThi Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of C 1 1lt4J H ERS f Miss Virginia Gray visited In Dan- Ville this week Judge J H Hazelrigg went to Mt Sterling on Monday Mrs Jas W Shackelfofd Is visiting relatives in Mt Sterling Mr F G Stagg made a business tilto Chicago this week Rev Dr G H Rout of Versailles was In the city on Saturday Mr Frank Steele of Versailles vis Idted relatives here this week Miss Elizabeth Henton of Versailles Yislted friends here this week Mr J Arnold Batterton spent Sunday in this city with his wife s Judge Reuben Gudgell of OwIngs yule was in the city Monday Misty Charlie Wilson of Lexington visited friends here on Sunday Miss Genevieve OHara visited friends in Versailles this week Judge Ira Julian went to Louisville Sunday night on legal business Mr Jas G Dudley of v visited relatives here ChicagomsI Mr P Fall Taylor business trip to Ohio on Monday Miss Helen ORear was at home frdm Science Hill Academy on Sunday Hon Ell H Brown has returned from a business trip to Chicago Miss Mary Page visited Mrs C E Hoge at Hoge Station this week Mrs M A Collins of Huntsville Ala is the guest of relatives here Mr A C Moore of Marion was in the city on legal business this week Col Geo B Harper wife and chil iclren left Wednesday for Cincinnati Mrs J B Lewis of Versailles was tithe guest of friends here this week Mr J Stoddard Glanton and wife of Burnside are visiting relatives here Rev rather Thos S Major is visit ing relatives at Chattanooga Tenn Tklr M P Gray of Mobile Alais visiting relatives near Peaks Mill Col Thos A Hall was the guest of his mother in Nelson county on Sun day Judge T R McBeath visited friends In the county on Saturday and Sun day Judge Jos E Robbfhs of Mayfield was In the city on legal business this week Mr A Logan McKee and wife of Cincinnati were visitors here this Week Miss Annie Ledridge of Mt Ster ling visited relatives here this past week Mr W T Lindsey of Tyon N C was the guest of relatives here this Verda Kerr of Versailles was tbo guest of Mrs J L Wasson this week Mrs Frances Montague of Duckers was the guest of relatives here this W B OConnell and children visited friends at Mt Sterling this week Dfrs W Readingreturned xLom a visit Green Mrs John C i returned drom a wish to r fWoodford county Mrs Maggie ClarkK Lexington Is the guest of her cousin Mrs Geo A rewls Mr Jas R Shaw and wife returnedI Monday from a visit to relatives at Somerset Mrs Jno F Davis and daughter Miss Mary are visiting relatives in Louisville Mrs Henry1T Pollock of Louisville was guest of Mrs E C ORear this week Mrs R K McClure and daughter Miss Harriett visited In Lexington this week Miss Jennie Craik who has been visiting friends in Louisville has re turned home Mr J Craik Jackson of Greenville Tenn has been the guest of relatives here this week s IMr Thos McLaughlin of Lexing was the guest of Mr W G Good win on Sunday Capt C C Purr has returned from a trip to Chattanooga and other Southern points IMrs Cornelia Bush Is visiting her son Mr sam S Bush at Kenwood Park Louisville Mr J Smith Hays of Winchester was the guest of his uncle Gen N B Hays this week Mr Chas J Clark of Lpulsvllle was the guest of his niece Miss Annie Herndon Sunday Prof J E Gordon of Eminence was the guest of Dr E C Roemele and wife Saturday Mrs Thos H Paynter was the guest of her daughter Mrs M K Yonts In Louisville this week Mr J H Darnaby apd daughter Miss Katie B of Lexington were visitors here Thursday Mrs J H Hazelrigg and grand daughter Miss Martha Chenault have gone to Kansas City Mo Mrs Leslie Wright of Hatton was the guest of Mrs J M Perkins East Main street this week Milts Beulah Mimms of Trenton was the guest of Mrs Wm Cromwell Shelby street this week Col W P Bond of Lawrencebiirg was the guest of his daughter Mrs J S Collins this week Mrs Andrew J Norwood of Louis vine who has been visiting friends here has returned home p Miss Mary Jett who has been the guest of Mrs Jos C Minary of Ver sailles has returncd home Mr Robert Berryman and wife of Versailles were guests of Mr W H Posey and wife on Tuesday Misses Carrie ind Belle Straus of Lexington visited their father Mr Raphael Straus on ThuVsday Mrs Jas A Hodges of Louisville who base been the guest of relatives here returned home Thursday Mrs N M Crutcher of Duckera who has been visiting relatives at Lexington has returned home Miss B lltner who has been visiting r s In the country reoI turned h day morning Mr GeorgJv Lewis of Louisville was the guest of Col JN Crutcher and wife West Side on Sunday Judge W E Settle and Mr Frank Ohlnn attended the Presbyterian Synod at Owensboro this week Miss Belle Hunter of Versailles was the guest of Mrs Fannie G Thompson Ewing street thls week I Mrs George A Lewis who has been visiting relatives at Lexington re turned home on Wednesday night Cadet Lieutenant Robert Haft Ky State College spent Sunday at homo with his parents Mr F H Half and wife Mr Carl Kagln has gone to New York City to purchase the stock for the new ten cent store of Kagin Brosi Mrs J L Boliannon and Mrs Shef fer Richardson visited relatives In Woodford county the first of the week Mrs Holliday and Mrs Graham of Franklin Ind who have been guests of Mrs C B Demaree have returned rooms Mrs W P of Washington gustCity was the of Mrs Sam J Shackleford Shelby street this week week Josephine Smith of Shelby I1Ilss Miss Moxley are guests of Mrs J Buford Hendrick at the Ter races Miss Mattle Hughes and Miss Alice Baxter of Midway attended theAsh land District Educational Association Saturday GreenvilleIRevJ L Zelgler Washington street this week Mr Pat Bahannan who played with the Denver Base Ball Club this sea son has returned home and is looking ICommander John Hines S N visiting Mrs W F Barret eft with his family for Bowling Green Monday Rev A Paul Bagby and wife an Mrs G F Bagby Sr attended Wharton meeting at the First paptis Church on Wednesday MrstAl W Smith who has been the guest of her son Mr George Smith the noted violinist In Louis ville has returned home Mrs W H Baker Miss Emma Ba ker Mrs Emma Jesse Mrs Van Edwards and Miss Bessie Edwards of Versailles were In the city Tuesday Mrs John M Wright of Washing ton City who has been the guest of Mrs VW F Barret Mrs W T Scott and Mrs J B Bailey has returned Russell Penn Mr Herbert Penn and Mr Felix Stone of Pitts burg Penn who have been at home for two weeks returned to Plttsburg Saturday vMr Maurlce S Brock of the U S Levee Commission Memphis Tenn was the guest of his parents Mr G M Brock and wife at Crescent View this weekt J i icjNewt Saturday Sale 2 j h J t Cloaks Suits Furs Skirts Coats 1250 would be good values at 1500 Call andleeYou will le satisfied Largest best and cheapest Underwear inMthe dtycv I f Pi J HELNEY A Necessary Change IOwing to continued poot health and steady increase in business we find it necessary to close out our entire Brocken Stock of Groceries to the Retail Trade at Wholesale Prices Begining Tuesday October the 15th Wo will sell our entire stock of Staple and Farley Groceries at a Great Sacrifice We extend tob each and every customer our thanks and appreciation of their past favors trust we may have the tham in the future as we are certain we will be able to pave you money We extend to one and all an invitation to visit our STORE during this solo and be convinced of tho Bargains in store for you Sale begins promptly at 8 oclock Tuesday Morning the 15th No goods charged at this sale DRISCOLLtTHE LEADING GROCER 216 St Clair Street Frankfort Ky FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS 11 CHANGE Iij RESCEN TOUTEl I Winter Tourist Tickets WITHilUT IGoodRet IfcQC KING O P tl T A i11 MaIn St Ky I II S 1M I CHARLES WARREN FAIRBANKS FAIRBANKS and WILSON j Speaking at Capital Opera House at 12 M TodayI tte Vice President Gharles W Fairbanks and Hon A E Republican candi 4datefor will ad dress the people at the Opera House at 12 M to day Everybody invited t EXCURSION ON INTERURBAN LINE l fromXCar on Thursday evening and came Idown to enjoy the pleasures of the Coliseum Skating Rink They remain pd jntl bout 1015 oclock and re Vturnedjl ome having had a fine outing o w 17Al IJI O ax3Boar Slgnatnro II of A OPEN HEADQUARTERS The Republican Campaign Commit tee have opened headquarters In the recently occupIed by Mr J B FIndlay as a musical instrument store in the Jeffers House on Main street nearly opposite this office They Invite their friends and work ers to call FARM FOR bALE Thirtyfive acre farm for sale cheap Inquire of E C Onan or Miss Jennie Hawkins 1004 E Washington street Louisville KyIOct 23t OUT OF SIGHT S Out of sight out of mind Is an old saying which applies with special force to a sore burn or wound thats been treated with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its out of sight out of mind and out of existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing influence Guaranteed by all drug gists VERSAIL VISIT A good delegation B Rhe Ver sallies Commercial Clu to this city yesterday aftermxnH Hwrh the visit of our Business M Club They were met at Center by a Re Ception Committee who took charge of the delegation They were taken to tho New Capital the Glass Works and other points of interest and were given a trolley ride all about the ciy After the visitors had viewed the city to their satisfaction they were taken to the Frankfort Hotel where a delightful banquet was served by Mine Host Schneider Owing to the hour at which we had to close our forms we are unable to give any account of the speeches tint we can shfely say that they were eminently appropriate and dence of the kindly feeling has always existed between t1ies WhlChl neighbor cities and of the completion of the long desired connection between them by way of the Traction Line The visitors returned to their homes greatly pleased with their trip A weak stomach causIng dyspep sia a weak heart with palpitation or intermittent pulse always means weak stomach nerves or weak heart nerves Strengthen these Inside or controlling nerves with Dr ShoopsJ Restorative and see how quickly these ailments disappear Dr Snoop of Racine Wis will mail samples free Write for them A test will tell Your health is certainly worth this simple trial Sold by Capitol Pharmacy ALARM VOF FIRE SUNDAY AFTERNOON Alfput 4 30day eaftrnoon an alarm frota box 18 called the de FordIJohnsonand Fowler streets where an Incipi ent blaze was quickly withonly nominal loss eXtlnguIShedI OAS11 0aBoar the A A CRIMINAL ATTACK On an Inoffensive citizen is frequently made In that apparently useless little tube called the appendix Its the result of protracted con- stipatIon following liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate tho liver prevent appendicitis and establish regular habits of the bow els 25 cents tall drug stores tt iOLDTAYLORflI 1i I 1 1 TIlE PREMIER KEYfII t t E H TAYLOR Jrhdl SONS ProprJet ra L Frankfort Kentucky fJP Jr il jjt 1t tl fI f I The Wo Club wil fie t at 110 jafternoonOctober roll nswered with names of aces and interesting pal cly French History will be read The Library Committee will report the work done during the past two weeks for the Frankfort Public Library and all club members are asked to report at this meeting a list of tho books which they will donate to the library They are also urged to send their books as soon as possible to the residence of trine John B LIndsey The Library Committee hopes that all citizens of Frankfort and Franklin county will help them In their work and that they will show their Interest at once by subscribing a dollar or more a year for the support of the library or by giving books- Contributions of money may be given to any one of the following dies the special library committee SouthilIrsor Miss Lilian Lindsey All books should be self tothe residence of Mrs JohnB Lindsey WantedGoadcountry sage Apply to Bowen Henry East Main street Oct 26tf RF1IIMr Robert A Brawner is building a storage warehouse on the Salender property on the South Side and a new wharf will be prepared This tylll be a great accommodation to shippersY RkeroLithoThe famous little pills Dr Weavers Syrnp Poriflca the blood Cerate ointment the skin i GOOD NIGHTS RESt peak for It lit she cried to doggie For she knew in her little heart That German Syrup homes great tretsan Could health and joy impart CJThe greatest tonic on earth is a good rest ni hts and the ter rifle exhaustion of a hacking cough are dangers of the poor consumptive JBut why this fear of the night when a few doses of Dr Boschees German Syipp will insure refreshing sleep entirely t from cough or night sweat Free ex pectoration in the morning is made cer German Syrup QWe know by the experience of over that one 75cent bottle of German Syrup will speedily relieve at cure the worst coughs colds brou l of lung troubles and that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German wonders ia gTwo sizes sec and 750 All druggist For Bale by J W Gayle iV tf t iI t namenf al Trees Grape Vines Asparagus Iubs for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on application H F Hilleqmeyer Sons Lexington Ky Oct 12fl- mLouiSv1II ft Htlantic Railway EAST BOUND DAILY EXCEPljj SUNDAYrTrains leave Versailles forBeattyv rf villo and Intermediate points at 700 a m and at 1200 noon i WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT iiSUNDAY V lif Trains from Beattyvllle and Inter mediate pofnts arrive at Versailles at 1030 a m and 530 p m ts Jt tleavesIntermediate points at 730 p m ON SUNDAYS ONLY Train leaves Richmond for Versailles andltintermediate points at 415 p m tr The L A and the Traction Line affords excellent service b twPq Frankfort and Nlcholaavllle Hieh f mond Irvine Beatyvllle and Interme diate points i For further Information address 5 rHRVersailles KYot O 1c4 Low Rates i One way and Round Trip toT r t the West Southwest and r Northwest vlc- xHeiitlersonThe Route FROM LOUISVILLE KYICOLONIST One Second Class Tickets on Sale daily Sept I to Oct 31 1907 3455 13705IS3705 SPOKANE WASH- ELLENSBURG WASH MULLAN IDAHO 1 PORTLAND ORE TACOMA WASH I SEATTLE WASH SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES SAN DIEGO CAT Corresponding Low Rates to Points In MONTANA IDAHO and UTAHi HOMESEEKERS Tickets on sale First and Third Tues days iu each month Return limit 21 and 30 days TO POINTS XolIARIZONA ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORYr TEXAS KANSAS i Write as for rates L J IRWIN 0 P Aifv Louisville Sept 1476 r4t r t zr i t ePROF J G CRABBE SPEAKS Prof JG Crabbe Republican can dldale for Superintendent of Public Instruction who was in attendance iupon the Ashland District Teachers Convention was called upon Saturday morning to address the people of city by the Republican County thist mlttee at the courthouse that afterI noon at 130 oclock Dodgers were hastily sent out and the courthouse was comfortably filled by the time he i commenced to speak He made a neat and appropriate address Nrj COUNTY CLtriK SMITH HURTt f Y County Clerk N B Smith was drlv ing his horse and buggy down Arling ton Heights on Sunday afternoon hwhen the horse scared at an Interur ban Car and rar away One of the lines broke and the horse ran against a house throwing Mr Smith out He 4hada bad gash cut in his head but itwas not seriously huroL J V WON BIG CASE 4amagedin the Jefferson Circuit Court- x ttwherein Mrs Darlington of this city jiwas plaintiff against the City Railway for the killing of her husband- sti by one of tht cars of that company H Tjhe jury awarded 10000 In damages Judge Julian has won two big damage suits lately 1jl rSUPPLEMENTAL REGISTRATION Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of next week October 28 29 and 30 arethe regular days for the supple mental registration of voters This incfudes those who were absent from the city on registration day those who were sick themesIves or who had sickness in their families that day J Voterdesiring to place their names on the list can go before the county clerk make affidavit to the facts and have their names enrolled NEW GENERAL MANAGER OF K JoD W H t jAMr Nelson P Mayer of New York r Clty has been appointed General Man if ager of the K D W H Co to fill the vacancy caused by the death of vViMr Angelo Meyer deceased t Mr J M Rice has also been appoint Aed Assistant General Manager The theme of each morniiig service onejdealingand lings In which Dr Wharton has demonstrated his thorough practical knowledge of his subjects which he has in a masterly and tender way so well calculated to do the most food But it is at the evening hour when the wonderful attendance solemnand eager attention of the vast crowds show what a hold these meetings have upon the community Notwithstanding the unusual attrac dons offered by other things this week such as the Skating Rink the Opera House entertainments the State Grange Meeting and the politi cal campaign now on the capacity of the big church has been taxed to its FAIRBANKS and WILSON Speaking at Capital Opera House at 12 M ToDay Vice President Charles W Fairbanks and Hon A L- Weils n Republican candi datufqr Governor will ad dress the people at the Opera House at 12 M today Everybody inyiteoV iMASQUERADE AT RINK There was a pretty masqueradevery and contest prize at the Colise um Skating Rinkon Wednesday after noon There were about twenty mas queraders dressed m all sorts tot cos tumes Tho confcert finally rdluuu tumes The contest finally narrowed down to two young ladles Misses IJer tha Umethun and Florence Shaw Miss Umethun winning ly a narrow score REHEARSALS manIIWm R Pattie are holding very suc cessful rehearsals and by the timeI fixed will have a firstclass sho every way A New Orleans woman was thin Because she did not extract sufficient nourishment from her food I She took Scott Emulsion ResultShe da pound a day in weight ALL DRUGGISTS AND 100 IHe uses none of the claptrap so evangeHstsislmPl land rms s the to the dictates of the minds and hearts of his hearers as moved by the Holy Spirit Quite a large number of persons have professed major part of course conversionJbe Baptist Church the case twenty years ago going to the church of their choice In the city We wonder when we hear the old old story told In sudh clear convinc ing and tender discourse how any one can resist the call of Divine Love and refuse to follow the Master There will be services today at either hour Sundl1y Dr Wharton will preach at 11 a m and 730 p in the church At 3p m he will again speak to men and boys at the Church owing to repairs upon the Opera House rThe meeting will close with the 730 p b service on Sunday 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 Im mediately brings Is entirely due to its restorative action upon the controll ing nerves of the stomach etc Capitol Paarmacy SWITZER The citizens of our village attended court at Georgetown Monday rousingwhich was enjVyedvery much by all Democrats Mrs W M Bristow has for the past week been very ill Sorry to say she Is no better at this writing Her man friends hope she may soon rJcover Mrs William Graham of Frankfort visited her father this week Mr C JacobsMr W F Carter brakeman on the IF C happened to a bad accident Tuesday while baggage In Georgetown on the early train A onhlsheadlong on the back of his head He was otherwise bruised up We are glad to know Mr Carter was not seriously hurt and hope he may soon recover Mrs A J Smith and son Lewis of Midway visited relatives here Sunday Mr Richard Thompson who for the past week has been very ill died on wasI2TiTollle died lust one year ago to the day ofIlis death He has the past year spent life in loneliness The burial took place in our cemetery on Monday at 3 nm He leaves three daughters to mourn his death The friends of the bereaved family extend to them their deepest sympathy May God rest and abide with them now and forever FORGET ME NOP- k 1Ji 4 f Ya4- 1 1 tt rrj 4l IIUJ II Illu if Pleasant totdket JL Laxative I SyrupuJI NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Your Doctor rwill tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about tv normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATWE SYRUPis a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nausebusness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do hnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTSI 25e AND 606 PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades t Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatchest Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil 1 Tarpaulins i Monkey Wrenches Pipe Filings and Wrenches ssFRANK Hardware Paints Oils Etc II CapitolFoimdry Machine CoH HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers inrand Repairers of Machinery and Machine Supplies of All Kinds I Both New and Secondhand 3 WE HAVE FOR SALE Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boiler Tenhorse PoWer Stationary Steam EnginetNinehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill burro 200 uehelsCapacity v a j IBOTH PHONES r I L Da You Think L For Your elf rOrdq you open your mouth like a roan modtinom + h + + nn intcll Icent thinking woman iced of I from weakness nand sutajVlntr then It means much that there nnc trIP and truR honest tllrJnn nP r tantsa rnunngrTfny sold by rucjrlsts for Ihe euro of womans Ills firho Pro iscrlptlon f6r too cure of weak nurvotis run down overworked debilitated painracked women knowing this medicine to be made up of Ingredients every ono of which has the strongest possible Indorsement of the loading and standard authorities of the several schools of practice are perfectly willing and doyor of tt Is composed plain hngUsh on every tottlewrapper t 1fttPro I themostcriticalexaminaLion alcohol narcotics harmful or habitforming drugs and no agent enters Jn to it that is Icr highly recommended by the most l leading medical teachers andautho tJtlcs of their several schools of practice These authorities recommend the Ingredients tht1e f cure exact y the same aliments for which rorldiamcd medic ne Is advised I tit tb fh tb No other medicine for womans ills has any DrofessonalenrlorsementnsDrPloree5i s Qualified recommendation of each of Its medlftl such an endorsement not worthy of your iI consideration it + it tA bookletot ingredients with numerous t authoratlvo prbfcslonal endorsements by the I leading medical authorities of this country bo mailed free to any ono sending name r tii j AddressDr THE CRITTENDEN OAK t Lm4i Aprppos bf a controversy here ogle r largre fj t Kentucky In the tlnfnntrnl 4 fjQardens to make way for the v 11 i4iaJ1t monument Justice Jphn M i jHarlan of the United States Supreme tuckllMt j lnterestiuyt r Harlan stiidamong other things tj J There Is a sentiment connected beimen ravages 4f war and bring peace to many sections tl V ofour country It particularly recalls efforts of a great statesman whoJ iI labored unceasingly for the preserva- tibn of the Union and after warj 11 came and ceased pleaded for the rest loratfon of peace and brotherly lov Ilallude to John J Crittenden Sena from Kentucky one of the lefties tr AS well as ablest men that ever occuJr r pled public station In our country JJI t I kttold Mr Crlttenden as well as f f i A young man could know one who was JI ht much older He and my father weref tv members of the bar together and Itved for moro than thirty years prior to w c1Is death In the same city the capital t i of Kentucky Our families were ont If r i terms of Intimacy He always called greatIIJrr on hiypo wer sons Jhe i Confederate cause notwithstanding r irWhlchona son George did so This hisolXd e latter was steadfast In sppporlot the Union cause and heldr 4G firmly to the principle that the Union Should be preserved at all cost and at every hazard When Kentucky abanr countrdOrlttendEntjX lralse money and men for the malnteI the Union The Union cause f having triumphed he sough by everrr t f means of his power to bring the people a upoJa 1t Thera is no excuse for the destruct t t f thetheumont is not the proper place It IsI IJ7fl low ground and Is so situated as to f conceal the monument from public ougfrono H iican be easily seen by everyone IL pasaJng near It When the Preside nt returns I will call his attention to Intervontlonl lJ1it Dr CtQyB ondllfonIowdora just a horso needs when in b fvermifnge putJa i t cents per package i For sale by J W Gayle and Lel IComptei Gayle i i r t1j4t rrI Ji UVW J T rA i r J A GROWERof PowI Addresses Some Pertinent erful Arguments Against RaisIngIa Tobacco Crop l Ins The president of the Society has Ittoel tlon of the 1908 crop and wit view the members fpt the Bu Instructed to ascertain and ra that mooting the will of the gro generally conlethernnd 1900 crop is financed and stored the 1907 crop is In the barn and must soon be likewise financed and storedae and yet tho factories of the trustto IWoutIf they have run this year through without any of our tobacco wont two crops do them for next yearml Then why should wo glut the markj with another crop and thus lowe price of our two crops alread Certainly what we wou or this third crop must m ppPTbme oil of the value of the other two besides creating a surplus If this 1s true then let us give these two crops nat chance to make us this profit while we are In the meantime making good ready money out qt other crops of Corn oats wheat potatoes hay orI hemp viiItablaidfeeding it tii its factories then let them exhaust their surplus but let us not as we value the life of our organization prepare at once to cre 1ate another surplus to be at once a club ore our own heads By reaping them short they will buy freely and will pay the price IIthisSurely no wise man will embark In experlenceand the like for one years return on such a troubled sea when those a who are thoroughly epufpped for the business and have two years crops on hand are lying by for better pricesIIf a few ventursome ones should In they yould do so solely with hope lof some unUsual ethhave raised the 1907 1pooltand with us for high prices Some fear that this step will encourage lawlessness On the contrary It will tend towards peace because we will see our two advance In price without additional labor or expense to us and we will then be raising other crops that can be sold for ready money and need not be tooled and finally we will know that W9 are bringing the Issue with the trust to a speedy and more profitafile determination with a less investment stake But If we have to undergo he toil Of raisins another crop with the weight of two crops on our backs and no Immediate prospect of their removal In slht but instead we see this vulture perched serenely waiting oneImight get excited insnai era to make their contracts accord ugly If ItIs postponed the contracts for years crops will be signed up then It will be too late nThe suggestion Was made that such move might be condemned in some way by the courts We are not law yers but they havoc Informed us that we are now In a combination and a that but for the gracious act of our fast legislature might have been open to such Censure but our common sense unaided tellp us that is law can compel a farmer to plow his land or punish him for falling to raise a certain crop We rave enlisted for vlctorrand must vial If this causeis lost now it is log t for our generation at l asfor whp In the memory of such a failure bodyad of o such loaders When the entrenched army of the Great Pompey once saw that Caesars men were able and willing to live on the roots snatched from the ground they gave up the fight With the many J du dr on no or jva no izt at re trJ Sa They have arranged to have good speakers on hand to entertain and enlighten the growers And In addition to good speakers there will be burgooI question before the White Burley District A very vital onecut out the 1908 whlchshalllitltorhelp decide this question If you are In favor of cutting out the crop wear a white ribbon if you are opposed to cutting out the crop wear blue ribbon Remember this last year at this time you were told that five cents would buy your tobacco Could not possibly pay you any more Now they are saying stay out of the pool and we will pay you 20 cents Why so The answer is easyorgan ization If organization will do this is so shorts time why not stick e organization and make 20 cents the ruling price for White Burley to a Let every one avail himself of this opportunity to demonstrate to the manufacturers that we have gone to win and win we will Remember the Invitation Is ex ended to all td every one C M HANNA Chairman A HELPIfJGHAND is Gladly Extended by a Frankfort Citizen There are many enthusiastic citizens n Frankfort prepared to tell their sperlence for the public good Tes imony from such a source Is the best evidence and will provQ a help- Ing hand to scores of readers Rha r the following statement J P Taylor of 304 Madison street Franlttort Ky says For about thir tYfiVeyearrIWls pbject to pain my back The trou blo I know came from my kidneys and especially from the left one tht one being the most affected Same times I could scarcely raise if I knelt or stooped and often when walking sharp pain would take me in my left side so as to nearly cause me to fall lAweakness of the kidney secretions atIyears at oft recurring Intervals I took various remedies but all failed to give the promised and expected relief It tho recollection of these very facts which makes me so appreciate the remedy which at last afforded me gen uine and lasting relief This remedy was Doans Kidney Pills and they were procured by meat J W Gayles drug store They went right to the cause of the trouble and removed it L wiU always recommend Deans Kidney Pills to my friends as a remedy that can bo depended upon to bring relief For solo by all dealers Price cents FosterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y solo agents for the United States sandtake 1r r 1L = 11it TIlE BEST BBEHD IS MADE FROM 1 PRIDE OF MADISON FLOURJ ASK YOUR GROCER For Hay Straw Salt Seeds Potatoes and Produce Call On r HEISE SONSST CLAIR STREET Both Phones I im EVERYBODY READ THIS We Can Save You Money If you are not already a subscriber to this paper now Is the time for you to sub scribe If you are already a subscriber you should renew your aubucrliitlon now 1 While the liberal terms we offer you prevail We liuve nude arrangements withr ft the publishers of THE AMERICAN FARM WORLD to club their paper with ours and If you will at once sqnd us 8100 we will send you both pupera one year toThe American Farm World Is n Large Agricultural Monthly Publication contaInI I 91ng each month from 20 to 33 large pages carefully edited by one of the Ablest Agri ttCarmerbest formers in tbe country are here found to be Just what the farmer wants to know and It Is safe to say if followed will save him money and Improve his farm You can get THE AMERICAN FARM WORLD a whole year together with our own if will at once send us 100 We will the of The f yttreceive t advantage of this great oaer now A1lrellll1 1 rROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT KY tF L 0 tli rSTREET CAR LINE t Cars leave Capital Hotel Main and Ann streets for South Frankfort com mencing at 615 m and every 15 minutes until 1015 p m For ParkAt 615 m and 3 cars per hour until 1015 p m For Cemetery 630 a m every 45 minutes tuntll 945 p m 0For Lecatawn630 a mand every 30 minutes until 10 p m F AND V TRACTION CO D SALU3JB Supt jJ t 60 YEARS FXPERIENCt TRADE MARKS t DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS ctc tIUTeutfouJbandsomeli illustrated weekly IMIr eat ct s culatlon of olentUlo journal Terms t BoldbynllnewedealenUNN l Brancr Office t tI 1 f i KEITHHOCKENSMITH An nounceraentt is made of the approach lng marriage of Mr names Keith of Scotland and Miss Bonnie Hocken smith IlIr Keith is a son of the land Bobbie Burns and is a fine gentleman His bridetobe Is the handsome and attractive daughter of the late 1lri f John T Hockensmith and Is gr tlyIbeloved by all who know her The marriage will take place in r near future LEWISBUFORDThe wedding of Miss Nellie Lewis of West Frank fort and Mr Samuel T Buford ofi Louisville will be solemnized at the First Presbyterian Church in this city on Tuesday October the twentyninth at five oclock in the afternoon the Rev Mr Zeigler officiating There were no cards issued to the many friends of the bride and groom Mn this city the only ones receiving jtheni were oue of town fritnds h 0 The young couple leave for Qhicago and other cities in the West shortly iafter the qeremony Dont get out of patience with the baby when it Is peeverish and restless and dont wear yourself out wor rYing night and day about itJust give it a little Cascaweetf Cascaweet is a corrective for the stomachs of babies and children Contains no harmful drugs Sold by South Co eEARLY MORNING BLAZE fI At 345 oclock yesterday morning Jan alarm from box 13 caned the de partment to the lumber mill of Messrs w J Roberts Cot on Second street where a big blaze was doing its deadly Whenthe alarm came in the whole Iheavens were lit up by the fire and- y when the fire boys reached the scene Which they did very promptly the roof was falling in and the mill was l IawreclcThe departmentprevented the fire from spreading to the big piles of l lumber on the yards and ii was all that they could do as the work of de fitruction in the mill was complete before the alarm was turned in Outside of the loss of the machinery which is pretty heavy the loss was nominal Indigestion fa Itself a disease Wo think of Dyspepsia Heartburn and Indigestion as real diseases ret I speelao1terve1I tnI was this fact that first correctly led the creation of that now very popular Stoma Remedy Dr Shoopj Restorative Going direct tothe stomach nerves alone brought that success r and favor to Dr Shoop and his Restorative With out that original and highly vital principle no lUch lasting accomplishments were ever to be had J For stomach distress bloating biliousness bad breath and sallow complexion try Dr Shoopa Beitoratlve Tablets or ana see for your eerIfally RestorativeCAPITOL PHARMACY t oIr I f jr ir Miss Crutcher gave a Jack- 10Lantern Party to her little nephews and nieces on Thursday eve ln9at the handsome home of Col John N Crutcher Kentucky Avenue West Side The little ones had a grand time Mrs Hiram Berry entertained at luncheon at the Capital Hotel on Wednesday Rev Dr H M Wharton Mrs M T Bagby Rev A Paul Bagby and wife Rev Dr M B Adams and wife and Miss Clintle Cunningham A dainty and apetjzlng menu was served YI Mr Hugh Finnell son of Capt L H Finnell has been appointed to a first class position in the Adjutant and In spector Generals Office in Washing ton City He is regularly enlisted in the Marine Corps Judges experi ence while in the Philippines makes him peculiarly well fitted for the po sition His friends rejoice at his good luck rA HUMANE APPEAL i A humane citizen of Richmond Ind MrUI 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 comes up to the proprietors recom mendation It saves more lives than all the other throat and lung medi cines put together Used as a cough and cold cure the world over Cures asthma bronchitis croup Whooping cough quinsy hoarseness and phthisic stops hemorrhages of the lungs and builds them up Guaran teed at all drug stores 50 cents and Trial bottle freeJARM BROKEN skAting Miss Lulu Harrod was on roller skates on Monday wfaen she fell and broke both bones of her left arm just above the wrist Drs L T Minish and 0 B Dema ree reduced the fracture and Miss Harrod was able to go to school again on Wednesday YESTERDAYS NOON FIRE An alarm frbm box15 ut 1145 a 11 called the department to the residence of Miss M Lockett Smith on Shelby street between Campbell and Todd where a blaze which started from the flue in the kitchen was burning at a pretty lively rate The firemen responded promptly and the blaze was soon subdued the mostof the damage being necessa rily inflicted by the water which drenched that part of the building The loss was considerable but cov ered insurance ILATERJust rAter the department its rooms the blaze broke out afresh and the boys attended to it in short order yl II Ittll f r He leaves his father mother ont sister Mess n Quinley and two brothers Howard and Wm B Johnson to mourn his untimely death The funeral services were conduct ed by Rev C R Hudson assisted by Rev Dr M B Adams from the resi dence on Fourth Avenue at 2 p m yesterday and the remains were laid away in the family lot in our beauti ful cemetery CONGRESSMAN JAMES TO SPEAK HERE Hon OllleJames the big Democratic Congressman from the First District will address the people of this city and county today Saturday at the poll scum Skating Rink Second street at 130 oclock FOR SALE 184 acres of good producing land can be bought at a bargain Some timber plenty of water House with seven rooms Barn corn crib and other buildings For information write to H W Frankfort Ky R F D No2 Box 77 r Oct 125t e THORN HILL HOTEL The owners of the Frankfort Modes Glass Works finding it impossible to secure homes for enough of their em ployes have determined to erect a forty room hotel at Thorn Hill for their accommodation THE YOUTHS COMPANION IN 1808 The Youths Companion announces among the attractions of its 52 Issues in 1908 250 GOOD STORIES Serial Stories Stories of Character Adventure and Heroism by writers whose fame Is now growing and those now famous who won their first spurs in THE COMPANIONS columns 350 ARTICLES Reminiscences Sketches Contribu tions to Knowledge by men and wom en who have made their mark as Statesmen Musicians Travelers Sol diers Philanthropists Physicians Law yers EtcS150 UPTODATE NOTES On Current Events Discoveries and Inventions in Natural History Astronomy Physics and Manufacture 2000014E MINUTE STORIES Including Anecdotes Miscellany Hu morous and Character Sketches The Weekly Health Article the Childrens Page Timely Editorials- A full announcement of the new vol ume will be sent with sample copies of the paper to any address on request The new subscriber for 1U08 who sends lto for the new volume at once will receive free all the remaining issues for 1907 including the Double Holiday Numbers also THE COMPANIONS FourLeaf Hanging Calendar for 1908 in full color THE YOUTHS COMPANION 14i Berkeley Street Boston Mass TO THE UBLIG I C For several months past owing to protracted poor health we were contemplatingclosing out or selling out our but having re covered to some extent from the depression r1 and further given such unstinted cheer encouragement from by your liberal patronage during the time we were unable to give you any personal attention we feel that 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 change which we trust will be mutually advantageous and in order to accomplish this we find it imperative to cutiout the retail department in a small way yet continue to reach you in the bulk or original form thereby making a great saving to us which will be distributed to you in giving pricesL for the many favors extended and trusting that you will look upon this change with favor we remain Sincerely yours t JOHN DRISCOLL a M LEADING GROCERI- 216 StClair Street T Frankfort K it Thomas A Edison the great Ameri can inventor saysj Pulpy 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 nearjy 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 fool the digestive organs can not possibly do the work defnnnded of them It is at such tim s that the stomach needs help it demands help and also warns you by headaches belching sour stomach n usea 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 digestants and vegetable acids and contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach It is pleasant to take It digests what you eat Sold by south Co TJrTVearer Treatment 8yreppattieetheblood Cer tcheaI Bldnernptl ft fK Early RfsmTile MMtM Httto pNto To check a cold get from your druggists some little Candy Cold Tab Pets called Preventics Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Pre ventics for they are not only sate but decidedly certain and prompt Preventics contain no Quinine ho laxative nothing harsh nor sickening Taken at the sneeze stage Proven ticslwIll prevent Pneumonia Bran chlUs La Grippe etc Hence the name Preventics Good for feverish children 48 Prevontics 26 centsITrial Boxes 5 cents Sold by CapltoV PharmacyChesapeake Ohio By Schedule in effect Nor 25 1006 sub ject to change without notice Limited for Louisville Naslulllo Memphis West and Southwest 920 A M and 614 PM Dally Limited For Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New Yrk Richmond Old Point and Ntrfalk 1016 A H u4O1 PX Dally 28ljr J r k t t li J RELIGIOUS+ ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rey A B Chinn the red servicesall and Ser s tmon- 730 p m Evening Prayer 930 a m Sundayschool In the i f chapel evening prayer at 730 imyi The public generally Invited to at tend x FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev fir H M Wharton will preach at 11 a m and 7j30 p m t At 3 p m Dr Wharton will address a meeting for men only at the Church owing to repairs on the Opera House All men and boys urged to Attend 1- Sundayschool at 945 In the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will t Jj meet at 630 p Prayermeeting Wednesday evening Chapelf Invited Seats CHRISTIAN RHRev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 1 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 3 m In the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will t meet7 In the chapel at 645 p m y tr Prayermeeting on Wednesday even oclock In the Chapel IEverybody Invited- L CATHOLIC CHURCH ROT Father ht Thomas S Major rector will conduct services as follows J Low Mass at 730 a m y High Mass at 10 am Sundayschool at 2 p m mdFIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH r Rev J Zeigler the pastor will atl a m and 730 p m tppreac yschQol at 945 a m Conference of young men and young women at 645 p 1rw xf Prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing at 730 p m Jr h Visitors cordially welcomed 1 METHODIST CHURCH Rev J t8Slms pastor 1I 9 Sundayschool 945 Preaching by the pastor at 1100 a m and 730 p m Epworth League at 645 p m n Everybody Invited to attend 1c SOUTHEBN PRES B Y T E IU A NI r HURCHRev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m andj mjPeoples Society at 7 pm at 945 at m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening Iscat 730 p m Everybody invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPELSunday IIeiechool at 330 oclock p m r i rtt THORN HILLThere will be Sun 1 dayichool every Sunday afternoon In the schoolhouse at S oclock p m YQUNG LADIES AID SOCIETY TO ISERVE DINNER The Young Ladles Aid Society o First Baptist Church will serve f a delightful dinner in the Old Chapel of the church today Saturday Everybody Invited to come ant help In if good cause as well as have a good dinner FAIRBANKS and WILSON Speaking at Uapital Opera House at12 M ToDay Vice President Charles W Fairbanks and Hon A E Wilson Republican candi date for Governor will ad dress the people at the Opera todayEverybody HIS DEAR OLD MOTHER My dear old mother who Is now eightythree years old thrives on Electric Bitters writes W B Brun son of Dublin Ga She has taken them for about two years and en Joys an excellent appetite feels very strong anti sleeps well Thats the way Electric Bitters affect the aged and the same happy results follow in all cases of female weakness and general debility Weak puny chil dren top are greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by all druggist 50 cents and 1 bpttles WHATSNMcOLURESI- n ttheir November Issue the editors of McClures have more thaI justified the recent raise In the price of the magazine The articles are varied and vital and there Is a new note of dis tinction in the fiction George Ken nans article on criminal Government should arouse the jubllc conscience It tells of conditions which every citizen of the democracy should know how a gang of criminals in munici pal cpntrol fostered vice as a money making scheme debauching the social and business life of a great city be ginning with prominent and respecta ble citizens from whom bribes were exacted and ending with the street children who dropped a penny In the slot and saw indescribable vicious pictures licensed by the robber government It was editorial wisdom to follow this Incredible picture of sordid selfishness with Carl Schurtzs memories of the great men of the heroic period of oir history His intimate stories pathetic and humorous of Lincoln Sherman and Grant leave the reader with a kindlier feeling for thq race I Ellen Terrys contribution to this number gives the story of her first night as Portia when she experienced- the awestruck feeling which comes to no actress more than once In a lifetime tho feeling of the conqueror Burton J Hendrick begins his series on the great fortunes of America and the men who made them Harry Or chard ends his autobiography with the most Interesting chapter of his afeastsudh craftsmen as Joseph Conrad loversofture is provided In one of James Hoppers vivid stories of the Philippines Lucy Pratts quaint little bark appears again as Ezekiel in Exile The pique of curiosity of the un knownname is given In Harris Meri Willa Sibert Carter adds a charming bit of verse Autumn Melody Blumenschlne Hatherell Keller and Frederic Dorr Stele are among the artists who have helped to complete this excellent number CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE If your blood Is impure thin dla eased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bore 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 per 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 2ly o CHOATEVILLE HONOR ROLL The following are the pames of the pupils who were on the honor roll for the week ending October 4 Mary Denton Lucy Pierce Emily Richardson Jessie Riddle John Den ton Ruth Hulette Hugh Moore Lena Pierce Thomas Bixler Cromwell Blx ler Temple Banta Stuar d Riddle Ethel Moore Annie Moore IDA S SBMONES Te- acherMother Lost Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms Dr Miles Nerving Cured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine is a speciSc for nervous disorderS It removes cause and e2cti a speedy and permanent cure Ifeel It is my duty to let you know that medicines have cured little of nineof spasms Shecommencedhaving them at the Our family doctor said she would outgrow them did not We took her to mother physician who said her trouble was epileptic fits a form He did her no good She was so nervous she could hardly walk As I had already used Dr Miles Nervine and found it a good remedy for myself I commenced giving it to mXchild I gave her in all ten of and one of the Blood Purifier That was over two years ago and ihe has not had an attack nce we menced the treatment She is no longer troubled with nerv u ness andwe consider her permanently cured I enclose her ture lost her reason and was insane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six bottles of Dr Miles Ner vine cured her My sister has also taken it for sick headache with good results We all thank much for your good medicines and kind advice I dont think there is other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet little lives out in ArkansasMRS HANNAH BARK Springdale Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles bend for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addmi Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart lad IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in busyhousewifefrom light rolls to a Thanksgiving or Christmas turkey Still it looks just as neat as any heater made It is airtight and a great fuel saver Thousands arc be fug sold Thousands of housekeepers are enthusiastic Fine Cast Iron tops and bottoms making it last for years without repairs Made only by UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA IT J 1bEAT SCt AN- DCOOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the IHome Ever Made BIG OFFER I 1tS f t To All Our Subscribers a THE xRE- ATAmerican Farmer Indianapolis Indiana The Leading Agricultural Journal of the Nation Edited by an Able Corps of Writers The American Farmer is the only Literary Farm Journal published It fills a position of its own X77ruralIt gives the farmer and his family something toRthink about aside from the humdrum of routine duties Every issue Contains an Original Poem bye Solos L Goode Wifchm the Next Thirty Days We Offer Two for LeadingCountyOne Year for m II99tThis unparalled offer is made to all new subscrib 4k ers and all old ones who pay all arrears and renew within thirty days Sample copies free Address Frankfort Ky GEO A LEWIS Try The Roundabout For JOB iYVRKAa4a r The McClure Special Boys 250 Welt Shoe V These slides come in several styles and leathers in sizes 13 to5 They are made by the makers of our mens Regent shoes have plump positivelyeasy on the feet Every pair guaranteed t THAT CITY CONVENTION Editor Roundabout V Current report has It that an immense contention of nine notable per nonages Including Mike MeagherW 8 Polsgrove Wm Cromwell Jack Do I Ian Howard Johnson and Dud Richard- siPJ n met in a root at the Farmers ij Bank and announced between them selves and by themselves and for themselves the council ticket that had beenfpreviously agreod oa between Percy and Mile and which each D- emtc voter is required to support whether he likes it or not Percy i was not present in person b- utJJi1 spirItwas there hovering behind 1c1t When the ticket was announced thun tfd ous applause participated in by Richardson and Billy Cromwell y Jshoolc the cobwebs from the room r The impromptu convention was call fiteh by word of mouth to the favored i t at 9 a m and held at 11 a m Probably 99t per cents of the Democrats knew nothing of it It was not desired they should know yet Mike and Percy had some trouble in making a ticket to suit them Three of the Yajd councilman unwilling to have map out their business and set lect the city officials to be voted for f had kicked out of the traces and an other hbd givdn symptoms of kicking Ifaut they finally rounded up the twelve then they put the Into Llewellyn Marshall as school trustee J an iiat means something more Marf 04i shlnihad shown too much independ V eneq pf mind Heend supported and voted for McCreary against Percys t chief lie had also said the HalyLas t sJDgletter was genuine BUtSDhad l amAriderson county furButthe sin of McCrearyism was unforgivable and I i so Llewllyh was put on rollers and t skated into outer darkjrtess l bere is no vox popuH vox del in Ri Rule v Popular conventions and primaries Democratic party and vtbp Democratic party is Percy Haly His will Is the y 45 X i party law He selected a legislative ticket that Is expected to tread the same path What humility is this for the Democracy of Frankfort iae City Democratic Committee had not considered the Democratic voters sufficiently important to be consulted by primary or the usual timely convention All the use the committee had for them was to come up fo the polls and do as they were bidvote aS they were told X IO STOEIJAlean the A Bought SPRING HILL Delayed Letter r Mr and Mrs D GLacefleld and family were the guests of her sister Mrs Elbert of Harvleland on Sunday Mr Eulice McDanel one of the workmen on theInterurban Line had an accident by which he hurt his hand very badly The accident was caused by a dynamite cap he held in his hand- Some of the workmen threw a lighted fuse on his overcoat and hoI made a strike at the lighted fuse and this let the cap off in his hand causing him to lose one of his fingers The acci dent happened one day this week Miss Maudie Pfieffer and her broth er Mr Duard Bfleffer of Frankfort were the guests of Miss Dilla Lace field and Mr Thomas Lacefield hjst Thursday 0 Mr Oscar Wells has been on the sick list for a week or two but we are glad to say he is much better Mrs Bennie Baker Is on the sick list this week Born October 10tq Mr and Mrs Htmlle Rlcca son Miss DiHa Lacefield is expecting to spend next weelf witli her friends and relatives hear Bethel Church Mrs Emma Manford teacher of the Walcult School gaVe a box party last Thursday night JANE Dr Ve yr Byrnp aaS Oermte d t jI The McClure Special Girls Welt Shoe i vieikidfbuttonia lthe as thee usuahstpres ask for the clumsy McKay sewed shoes it l i9 Sizes 5 to S 175 t1l Sizes 8 to 1X 20O 1iSizes llj to 2 200 rl Sizes 2U to 5 350 It 0 iC Bring your child to McOlures this week and find out that therevI t are good shoes and comfortable shoes for children at moderate prices v iii B JVlCClure sorts f INCORPORATED 77t ancientlyT corners knife vItb4thoDemo6Pa wishesHe IINEWS Smith aciulefnltreateaailfabtoodsmdekindlaeuerr 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 q hard time he encountered Ho says I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no relief till I tried Dr Kings New Dis covery It took less than one bottle to completely cure ine The safest and most reliable cough or cold remr edy and lung and throit healer ever discovered Guaranteed by all drug gists 50 cents and 100 bottlbS Trial bottle free BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES FRANKFORT DIVISION Cars will leave center for Ver sallies at 6 a m 8a m10 a m 12 m 2 p mj 4 p 1and 6 p m Cars will arrive from Versailles 8aIJIi 10 a m 12 m2 p m 4 p m 6 p m and 8 p m P ulsDlvIslon Leave Lexington every hour from 6a mto 7 JIUI end at 0 and pm Leavo Paris every hour from 6 a in to 7 p m and 10p in Georgetown Division Leaves Loxington every hour from 680 n in to 7110 pm and at 0 and p m Leave Leave Gtoigetown every hour from 610 a m to 815 p m and at 10 pIVersailles Division Leave Lexington from center over hour from 6 d in to 0 p in and at 0 and p 5451oSUNDAY SCHEDULE Cars will run every hour beginning at 6 a m and ending at 6 p m to Versailles From Versailles to this city cars ruts every hour from 7 a m to 7 p m A H ET hone 010 HOmePhone 174 rl 1 B1TGUNN Manager 2r i f i THEEE IS 4 GREATER DEMAND FOR High Grade VehiclesJThan ever before The public have at last come tovthe anywprice Ja guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle dropi irsuit you in both quality and prices All we ask is aia opportunity to discuss the matter with youys 3eller trI r i carriage 5GO Jit I rVERS IilrK 1 1WARD President genainLaxativethe remedy that rea n coWn ties ear Far Wea- kKidneys Inflammation of the blad urinary troubles and IIder us- eDeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills A Weeksfr- eatment25cE C DeWITT CO Chicago XU rIii rI f 0 M BnOVXING + 1 tifi11X r I Hotel Business FofSale i A small but oonvenient andt frfea tern of three years For ai splendid invoBtment and ffllljparv l tioulars address IDUSINESS u Sta4t JKy fOct 194t l KILL THE COUGH I AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH 0rIngs New Discovery FOR cOUCHS 1 rpnICEI AND ALL THKOATANDLUNOTROU- LELOIIARNTZID fTI6Y OTOSt OIL XON10Y REBgNDOD tr I