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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jf- lFRANKFORTS rROGRE VE i ERtH Staple GEORGE and Fan SALENDERI 1 tions Cigars P No Sltf and Country New June Photo 166m 517 producoI KODAKS I M1LECOMPTE C GAYLE CO EBNEB jUno IncorporatedI LAUNDRY I 7The M N Laundry aims to do the best work in the State All work called for and deliver ed E G NELL Agent Office 223 St Glair St up stairs jl66m PLUMBING I When in need of iirstclass now or old sanitary work call on Chas Whitehead 101 St Clair street Ready at all times with prices to suit the most skeptical I Both Phones105 Juno 15Gm mho kIdohIoll1pllY Manufacturers of Pure Artificial Ice made from Distilled Water Factory Nos 102 104 100 and 108 Main Street Phones 89 and 89 The largest und best equipped plant In the State June 156m 4 PRESIDENTS THANKSGIVING t PROCLAMATION Once again the season of the year has come when in accordance with the custom of our forefathers for gentratlons past the President ap points a day as the special occasion for all our people to give praise to r arid thanksgiving to God DUring the we have been free fromfamIne from pestilence Atfrbm war We are at peace with all I i I the rest of mankind Our natural resources are at least as great as those of any other nation We believe that in ability to develop and take advah1 tage of these resources the average V mane this nation stands at least as high as the average man of any f nation Nowhere else In the otherI Ji Is there such an opportunity free people to develop to the fullest extent all its powers of body of mind and of that which stands above body and mind character Much has been given us from on rpetted high and much will rightly be ex of us In return Into our care Athe ten talents have been entrusted rand we are to be pardoned neither if we squander and waste them nor yet- if we Tilde them In a napkin for they must be fruitful in our hands Ever 1 throughout the ages at all times and = among all peoples prosperity has boon fraught with danger and it be hooves us to beseech the Giver of all things that we may not fallinto love of ease and of luxury1 that we may responsibilityduty to God and our 4A great Democracy like oursa de onocracy based upon the principles of I orderly liberty dan be perpetuated only if in the hearts of ordinary I citizens there dwells a keen sense of righteousness and Justice We should earnestly pray that this spirit of right teousneos and Justice may grow ever t greater in tht hearts of all of us and that our souls may be inclined ever wore both toward the virtues that tell for gentleness and tenderness t for loving kindness and forbearance one with another and towjard those rio lesa necessary virtues that make lllfor manliness and rugged hardihood for without those qualities neither nation nor Individual can rise to the level of greatness Now therefore J Theodore Rooss v volt President of the United States V tio sot apart Thursday thotwenty r eighth day of November as a day for V general thanksgiving and prayer and L if U v ri t I SOUTH PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY jimp 15Cni Both Phones 17 GBuital Stoam tlllllirY Office Cor Main and Ann Stsj Luiiridry Foot of Ann St FRANKFORT KY juno In Addition t- oLUMBER We sell the Celebrated Ham mor PaInt and the best Wall Plaster made Invincible HAMMOND CO Juno 6m W J SdOTTOW SpecialtyStapleFruits anti Vegetables Both Phones BridgeStreets Juno 156m JOB PRINTING AT TH- EROUNDABOUT on this day I recommend that the people shall cease f om their daily work and iu their homes or In their dif ferent churches meet devoutly to thank the Almighty for the many blessings they have received in the past and to pray that they may be given the strength so to order their lives as to deserve a continuation of these blessings In the future THEODORE ROOSEVELT aThe postmaster of Gosconda Mo Daniel A Bugh says of DeWitts Kid fey and Bladder Pills I am doing so well end improving so fast in health that I can not Say too much for your kidney and bladder pills I feel like a new man DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are sold by South Co ANOTHER FRANKFORT BOY MAkES GOOD Among the numerous Frankfort boys who have made good In their Inew homes is Mr Hugh Rodman Du son of Mrs N R Duvall He is employed by the Bailey Co In Cleve land Ohio This concern employes 725 people in the different depart ments and Mr Duvall is greatly pleased with his position Mr Max Weisenburg the manager married a Frankfort girl Miss Goln Liquors and Where to Buy Them The Pure Hood Law will not affect us We always did and always will sell nothing but Straight Liquors at GEO B SALENDER 45 St Clair Every thing bnt the color comes out in the wash if done by The Troy LaundryJO- HN W GAYLE Agent juno 166tn STATE DEVELOPMENT It is no small thing for a State to have a permanent organized body of Influential citizens working steadily along definite lines for the upbuild ing of that State It is a great thing for Kentucky that there exists the Kentucky State Development Association which through organization system and prestige ought to succeed in accom plishing more for the material ad vancement of Kentucky in a short while than scattered desultory and individual efforts could accomplish in along while The title of the Association tells dewelopment r possibilities and none with better opportunities for the developer It is this strong and useful body that is to meet in Louisville next next monthNovember 19 29 and 21 Here it will take up the work where it left off last year and give new Im petus to the movement of State development This association takes the view that what helps and enriches the community helps and enriches the Individual and every step toward the advancement of Kentuckys mate LADDERSa Just received another new stock of LADDERS From 10 to 80 felt long We have Building Lumber of nil kinds in stock Your trade is appreciated IIAMIO ID C0 a treme measures taken In certain other States against railroads have set pro gress back decades In those States and If ever Kentucky people should Shpw a spirit of hostility toward jailroads and other enterprises of andIfill but friendly restraint and crush ing and hysterical hostility There Ia nothing bttter for stom act troubles than Kodol which con tales tho same Juices found in a fine nealthy stomach Kodol Is offered on a guarantee plan for the relief of heart burn flatulence sour stomach beaching of gds nausea and all other stomach troubles So at times when you dont feel just right when you are drowsy after meals and your head aches or when you have no ambition and you are cross and Irritable toile a little Kodol It digests what you eat It will make you healthy Sold by South Co When the stomach heart or kid neys get weak then these organs always fall Dont drug the stomach nor stimulate the heart or kidneys That Is simply a makeshift Get a prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restora tive The Restorative is prepared ex pressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerveS Baal them up with Dr Shoops Restorative tab letS or liquidand see how quickly help will come Free sample test sent oii request by Dr Shoop Racine WIs Your health is surely worth this simple test Capital Pharmacy BADLY HURT Mr C W Bruner of Boyle county an employe at the Ford Johitson Co at their South Side chair factory had his hand badly Injured bya machine for boring chair posts on Saturday Dr O B Demaree dresstd the Injury and he Is doing as well as possible Thomas A Edison the great American inventor says Fully eighty per cent of the illness of mankind comes from eatlng 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 wqrk and no more and when you overload it or when you eat the wrong kind of food the digestive organs can not possibly do the work demanded of them It is at such times that the stomach needs help it demands help and also warns you by headaches belching sour stomach nausea and indigestion brinkingdo the work for the stomach Kodol will do this It is a combination of natural digostants 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 tiJ f s 1ES OORTS Added to onr immense stock of Ladies Coats now makes our showing the largest and most comprehensive assortment J of outer ever shown in this cityaPleasing prices match less in quality excellence at in style J SoOURCovert Coats 500 tKersey Coats 750 toIfl V Kersey Coats Satin ttjfr li 12II 1Valuen J i4143 St Clair Street f t j f IJCars leave Capital Hotel Main and Ann streets for South Frankfort commencing at 615 a m and every 15ifminutes until 1015 p m For ParkAt 615 a m and 3 care per hour until 1015 proIi s For Cemetery630 a m every 4S minutes until 945 p m For Lecstown 630 a m and every 30 minutes until 10 p m F AND V TRACTION CO J D SALLEE Supt YOUNG HIRAM B CANNON HURT By a dispatch from Terre Haute Ind we learn that Mr Hiram Berry Cannot son of Hon W L Cannon of Midway who is attending Rose Polytechnic Institute at that place was pretty badly hurt by being caught in a flywheel of an engine Young Can non has a badly sprained ankle as a result of tht accident He is a neph ew of Col Geo F Berry of this city We congratulate him upon his fortunate escape from more serious in jury CASTOR IA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Biguatnre of PERS0J5 Miss Anna Bell Chin friends In Louisville Mrs Chas E Vreeland Is v Tfing her Sons In Louisville l Mrs John W Gayle visited friends In Louisville this week DrW E Baxter visited his farm at Neosho Mo tills week Miss Nan Hammond is visitin relatives In Henry county Mr R G Higdon went to Owens boro on Monday to register Mr J Paul Swain left Saturday for a visit t6 his parents at Smithfield Miss Anna Ledridge of Mt Sterling visited relatives hero this week v Mrs John P Hostetter Is visiting her daughter Mrs Drake at Yarnall tonMr WE Railey and family of Midway have come to this city to reside lhifitajgfc 0 Judge C El Booe wife and son left Tuesday afternoon ffor Flemings burg Mr TN Arnold and wife of OwenI ton were guests of relatives here this week Mrs R E Barringer of Louisville attended the Lewis Bnford wedding I I1trs on T esdnyIIvisiting relatives In Virginia has re turned home Col Geo F Berry and wife spent Sunday with Hon WL Cannon and wife at Midway Miss Nancy Buford of New Castle attended the LewlsBuford wedding on TuesdayMiss Cummins of Louis yule is the guest of her sister Mrs John M Bullj Mrs J J Osborne sand daughter of Louisville were guests of Mrs C A Nelson on Sunday Capt I T West and wife returned Friday evening from a protracted visit to Irvine Mr Boles Hakwins of Corbin was the guest of his sister Miss Mildred Hawkins this week Mrs J L True of Louisville was the guest of her fatiher Hon Jas A VIolett this week Mrs Sudduth of Versailles was the guest of her sister Mrs W J Scottowr this week Miss Cornelia Page and Miss Rye of Winchester were guests of Miss Mary Page this week Mrs Howard Taylor of Louisville i was the guest of Mr T M Phythlan and wife Taylor Avenue Judge T R McBeath left Tuesday for Leltchfleld to remain at his home after the election t Until Rev B H Cox and sisterinlaw Mrs McDowell of Middletown were in the city on Wednesday IMIss Mabel Weathers who has guest of friends in Louis ville has returned home Miss Mary Jett attended the Con vention of Graduated Trained Nurses in Lexington this week Mr James B West who has been t to ItrIJr I Tge Woodson and daughter of Marhjy Mo are guests of relatives here uliss Lina Botts of Owlngsville who has been the guest of Miss Nina Hazelrigg left Saturday for home Mrs Randolph Brooks of Bozeman Mont Is the guest of Dr J W Gayle and wife Washington street Superintendept J H Adams of the Prudential Life Insurance Co of ttondayMiss Belle Hunter who has been the guest of Mrs Fannie G Thomp son returned homo Saturday after noon Capt M H Insko of Carlisle has been assisting Deputy Collector Grant L Roberts in this city this week Mrs H K Kellogg of Louisville fatherMrs S B Chambers of Warsaw who has been the guest of her sis terlnlaw Mrs E E Abbett has re turned home Mrs A Rollins Burnam of Richmond who has been the guest of Misses Chinn Wapplng street hasI 1Mrof Georgetown who were guests of Gen N B Hays and wife lhave re turned home Mrs Albert H McClure and chll Urea left Friday evening over the Traction Line to Versailles thence to Harrodsburg Mr and Mrs Wright of Little Rock Ark who have been guests of their daughter Mrs S French Hoge have returned home Mrs Georgia Parrish of Versailles came down Saturday afternoon to visit her girlhood friend Mrs E E Abbett Shelby street Mrs Minnie Cox Burgess of Big Stone Gap Va who lias been visiting her father Mr Jos H Cox Steel street has returned home Mr Thos Stewart and wife of Franklin Ind who wire called hereby the death of Mr Campbell John son have returned home Mrs W H Mastln and daughter Miss Ethel of Woodford county wh were guests of her sister Mrs Aus tin Robinson have returned home Mrs Nellie Garrard Cheatham who has been visiting her sister Mrs Guy Barrett was called to New Mexico on Monday by the lljness of her son Mrs G B Armstrong nte Bourne Sanders of Detroit Mlchi1who tins been the guest of her sister Mrs Belle Sanders Allen has returned home 0 I An f H qrutcher and Miss Roberta who have Iilrsguests of Col John rt Crutcher West Tenn Side left Thursday Miss Nannie B McEnnis en tertained a few of her little friends at a birthday party on Tuesday last at the home of her parents Mr W B McEnnis and wife Campbell p Will A Lewis wife and son Master Will Jr who have been the guests of her father Col J N Crutchtr West Side left Sunday af ternoon for Versailles and thence for their home in Harriman Tenn Miss Rollins of the Eastern Kentucky Normal School at Rich mond delivered a delightful address to a delegation of teachers at the Y M C A Rooms on Saturday She was the guest of Mist Lucy Pattie Judge Wm Lindsay who has been very ill we rejoice to say Is well enough fo be on our streets again Although still w khe Is looking splendidly which will begood news to Ills host of friends in Kentucky and elsewhere ID tfllS Early Risers The famous little pops ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frankfort Ky postoffice for the week end ag November 2 Anderson Mrs Robert Ayres S C Bell R A Bowling P F Brandon Brown Miss Leona Buth Thomas Cardwell Phil I Chisholm 0 E v r Clark Mrs chisI u V Cawlea Miss Florence J 1 Dyer Frankfort RaUSlill Co P Frazier W T tHagllnsFHatfielC John Hughes Louis Lumley Dr Jas M v J McLaughlin Claud Montgomery John T V eNewman TIrllp t ObI ger C S 1 r v Raypudgo W C KIgsley WmMSample Mrs Dell Smiler George j- St Lt1lrsJohn i Taylor Miss Sue oYoung Mrs uU a Whencalling for any of the above letters advertised PIM CASTORIAFor The Kind You Havi Always Bought Boars the- Slinaturtl of 1 SaturdaySale ot Cloaks Suits Furs Skirts Goats 1260 t would1 be good values at 1500 Call ndlsee You will be satisfied Largest r and cheapest Underwear the city i t I 1I F fri J HEENEY T I I EVERYBODY READ 7HISI We Can Save You Money subtIf you are not already a subscriber to this paper now Is the time for to scribe If you are already a subscriber you should renew your mibicriptloa now Avhlle the liberal terms we offer you prevail We have made arrangements withyithe publishers of THE AMERICAN FAItM WORLD to club their paper with ours and If you will ut once send SLWRwe will sendyou both papers one year The American Farm Wprtd Is a Large Agricultural Monthly Publication contain ing each month from to 33 large pages carefully edited by one of the Ablest Agrltcultural Writers in the United States It Is filled with original mutter only farmer and hU family No copied matter whatever but the well tested methods oftho best farmers In the country are here found to bo Just what the farmer wants to knowtand it Is safe to wy If followed will save him money and Improve farm t You can Ret THE AMERICAN FARM WORLD u whole year together with our own paper if you will nt once send us 8100 Ve will pay the publisher of The American Farm World for you of the amount you send us and you will receive their paper as well as dur oVu regularly as issued Do not delay but take advantage of this great offer now Addreiii ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT KY SOMETHING NEW IN MAIL STUDYI The State University at Madison Proposes to Teach Foreigners the English Language By Correspondence I Tlfe latest thing planned by the CorrespondenceStudy Department of the State University at Madison Is practical home study work In the English language for persons of for eign birth who have recently arrlyed in this country There is a large foreign bora pj pu lation in Wisconsin Many who have been in this country for a period of years because they live and work in communities in which little or no English is spoken lack the opportu nity of learning English This teaching will be carried on wholly through the mails Instru tion is given at first In the foreign language where necessary This Is supplemented by the use of a phonograph by which pronunciation maybe perfected The whole instruction is made so simple and plain that any one who can read and write may learn Eelther be1taughtbyThis Is anovelyplanf ahdjtfiofan r t as is known has not been attempted before It Is elementary and practical r like much of the correspondence work given by the University sand 14r jandjSalvecagily cleansesand is healing and soothing Good for piles Sold by r South Co rCURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREE 1A If your blood is impre thin dis eased hot or full of humors if you have blood olsoncancer carbunclea eating soree scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatismIor any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stopIand the blood is made pure and rich t Druggists or by express 1 per large rBalmpeclally advised for chronic deep seated cases as it cures attar all else fails jr jrMar 21y t I ift tq 1 i rt 1- Ji r Ir FILL YOUR FALLANQVIr JDS HERE r Whetlil Bfcloak or aE j V j der wear buy r i DE jAities tSsTOEPE J J t fashionOurs rlces EXOEET I SIlO h a- i i your Fall them HERE f I t Your money yin lie fc the MOST for its In other spend an EASY place to save t t- I F Ato it cc- J I THE SILENT LEAGUE T r The Silent League Is composed otI ii 1men who solemnly agree to jDE profanity and obscenity otJ t where as long as they live Both rRVY these vices become prevailing sins among us at times f All are advised to enlist others of prominence and character in the t lr r league to refrain from lscussh1g j 1i J the league or displaying the token except to new members to dtscour t 1ago swearing and filthy speech by ridicule rebuke or in rate cases but each In his own way r FTo each member is given a pocket token In the shape of a metal disk punchedtr somewhat the appearance oflaJ cresI centwith the ends joined i arichor and the letters S L at the bottom It Is mean to be odd and t I mysterious to all but members who 8 are requested to carry It out ofsight t In the pocket or suspended from the neck from a cord 11rl are no meetings reports or dues Each member Is a league him IT selfv and from him It should coutln f ally spread to others whole k is leavened The league his unsecta Ljrlan Any person of good Influence and character is authorized to start r this much needed movement any where in the Navy Army School rkt Clubs and wherever men do congre gate There are now more than five thou sand members of the League scatter ed all over the world The solemn agreement is laid upon tho conscience and each member is 7trnste to go out and do his entire fJk duty No one will ever ask him whether he Iwva been faithful that is aIamatter between him and God a10neIi You cordinally Invited to enter the League i fl Very truly yours 11 1 CARROLL Q WRIGHT 17r Chaplain U S Navy i j ALL HALLOWEENI rrih The CollseumSkatlngRink was f t ipI1Ckedan jammed with masquerad ers on night and the crowd Itdio outside completely blocked the street II to the corner of Second and Con towayfup Tho young fellows and lassies had rl a big time on the streets until late i in the evening were done so far as we could 1 1learn LaI i OA O It X JflL thoItS of A THOU SHALT NOT STEALI IWhile we sake the highest and outlooK upon the conditions s of our country we tire fullraWak9 to the necpsslties of certain funds askItor inIthestealing that which belongs to one other person and that which belongs to he public It has no cognizance of the development of the corporate idea It does not say one shall not steal or a corporation shall not steal or stealing may not be done except carelesslotexcept stealing done by agents or with the approval of human law It aim ply says Thou Shalt Not Steal One has no use for ta lawyer to in hasIncA SIGNIFICANT PRAYER May the Lord help you make Bucklens Arnica Salve known to all writes J G Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took the pain out of a felon for me and cured It In a won derfully shdrt time Best on earth 25ctS1atDISCOVERY OF THE SEAL It was the explorer Behring who dlsIcoveredPacific shipwrecked he filed on the group of islands since named after shim Various Russian adventurers followed Behring rich merchants of Moscow furnishing the ships and also the money Sea otter was what they sought in these days and It was not till these were practically exterminat ed that the less lucrative fur seals were huntedOur Country for November r ATTENTION FARMERS Our farmer readers are requested to read the advertisement in another place of the great clubbing arrangement which we have made with the American Farm World whereby we are enabled to offer these twp papers Roundabout and American Farm World for the price of the Roundabout alone This is a splendid chance for farm ers to have a good farmers Journal and their homo paper for the same price BANIONSATHE CHRIS MAS GIFT Nobody is too young nefi dy too olHJ Cornepanion For all that reason it makes one of the most appropriate of Christmas giftsone of the few whose acI tual worth far outweighs the cost Welcome as the paper may be to the casual reader on the train at the office in the public library it is after regularityit soon the place of a familiar friend in the house Like a good friend too it stands always for those traits and qualities which are typified In the ideal home and are the sources of a nations health and true prosperity Is there another Christmas prgs ent costing so little that equals It sendltoand the Four Loaf Hanging Calendar for 1908 in full color Full Illustrated announcement of sentiwith144 Berkley St Boston Mass APPENDICITIS Is due in a larger measure to abuse of the bowels by employing drastic pur gatives To avoid all danger use only safelGuaranteed for headache biliousness malaria and jaundice at all drugstores 25 cents For sale by all druggists 1ARM BROKEN While skating at the Coliseum on Thursday evening Miss Mary Mason Marshall daughter of Mr Beu Miar shall fell and broke the small bone in her left arm Dr N M Garrett reduced the fracture and she is do- Ing nicely CAN THIS BE SO It Is said that a workman belong ing to the force on the Highland Railroad had hits fodt badly lacen canfractordumped on the street and left with attention We certainly hope lout not true Ipmll E + RiseTho famous littlo pHBs 1 = c OLD TAiLOR THE PREMIER r r KENTUCKY WHISKEY E H TAYLOR Jr A SONS proprietor t Frankfort Kentucky Ij v r frill 1 r1i1 fJ X i i P I 4Irrv t FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHReT Drll B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m At 3 p m Dr Wharton will ad dress a meeting for men only at the Church owing to repairs on the Opera House All men and boys urged to attend Sunda school at 945 in the chapel Baracca class at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 630 p Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 In the Chapel Everybody cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 930 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday even Ing at 730 oclock In the Chapel Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCH R rv 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 Vespers and prayer at 730 p m s FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J R Zeigler the pastor will preach at 11a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Conference of young men and young women at 645 p m Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J S Sims pastor jf945Preachingpastor at 1100 a iti and 730 p m Epworth League ax 645 p m Wednesdayevening Business meeting of the Official Board Monday evening at 780 Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe tho pastotwill preach at 11 a m and 730 p Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p Everybody invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school at 330 oclock p m THORN HILL There will be Sun dar lchool every Sunday afternoon lathe Bchoolhbuae at 3 oclock p M 9y ii rnamentar Trees S js Orape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Oarden We employ no agents Catalogue on application U F UillenmeyerSOD sILexington Ky Oct 123m Loulsvill Atlantic BaiIwauS EAST BOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY h Trains leave Versailles for Beatty ville and intermediate points at 700 a m and at 1200 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains from Beattyvllle and inter mediate points arrive at Versaillesr at 1030a m and 530 p m f ON SATURDAYS ONLY Train leaves Versailles for Richmond and fintermediate points at 730 p m ON SUNDAYS ONLY Train leaves Richmond for Versailles and intermediate points at 415 p m The L A and the Traction Line affords excellent service betw Aa Frankfort and Nlcholasville loch f mond Irvine Beatyvllle and Inter me dlate pointsIIFor ifHVersailles Ky tOct 5ly V t r tN Low Rates One way and Round Trip to the West Southwest and Northwest 4 vi- eHenderson The Route FROM LOUISVILLE KY COLONIST- One Second Class Tickets on Sala daily Sept i to Oct 31 1907 I3455I3705 S3705 SPOKANE WASH- ELLENSBURG WASH MULLAN IDAHO PORTLAND ORE TACOMA WASH SEATTLE WASH SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES SAN DIEGO CAT Corresponding Low Rates to Points in MONTANA IDAHO and UTA- HHOMESEEKERS Tickets on sale First and Third tacodays in each month Return limit 2i and 30 days TO POINTS IN ARIZONA ARKANSAS NEW IIEXICOrOKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS KANSAS AND UTAH Write oa for rates L J 0 P iiSopt 1Ir were packed to suffocation These things so unusual ordinarily show- i tilr how the attractive power or the sim pie gospel In the old old story will draw men and women hungering and thrlstlng for the bread and water of life to turn away from earthly attrac v tions to listen with rapt attention to the story of dying grace and redeem ing love and join In singing the beau titul and touching songs 6f Zion Dr Whatrtoru adds to his power as a preacher by his ability as a singer of the gospel of salvation in r music Frequently during the ser vices he would stop in his discourse to sing the beloved hymn of some 1 t dying saint testifying to the power A of redeeming love and the audience would be melted to tears as the sweet Strains reached themf J Titre aim of the preacher was to fide himself behind the Cross and to hold up the Crucified One as the only hope of a sinsick and dying fffworld in all His attractiveness The responses were such as com Ripletely to surprise even the most san 1 gulne of the workers in the member girt ship as well as the pastor f v Never since the meeting held by Dr Wharton twenty years ago in this church has this community been higheriMuch to the regret foul citizens owing to other engagements Dr Wtoarton was to close the Trieetlng Monday night and leave the city on Tuesday morning He bears with him the sincerest prayers and good wishes of all Christians for upon the labor he so love to give for his Master N The manifest power of the Holy Spirit pervaded the meeting from start to finish and the result to the j r church alone is added power and use 1 i fulness would fully compensate leav ding put of view the vast number who have enlisted under the Blood Stained Bannert freJ V ELKS MINSTRELS t r The rehearsals for the Elks Min strels are proceeding In a very satin factory way under the management of that very capable and proficient vocalist Wm R Pattie The memJ bars o the order are hustling to make sure of a big sale of tickets The minstrels will be given on two evenings Tuesday and Wednes day November 12th and 13th Let everybody attend as the proceeds muslcjwill WHY NOT DO THIS HE Below we give an announcement t in regard to the election in Woodford county We are moved to inquire why this course can not be pursued in this county It would save lots of mone to the parties Involved and Mr Floater would be out of a job REWARD bJthety Ky for evidence leading to the first arrest and conviction of a son guilty of a violation of the lawI In reference to the bribery of voters at the election to be held In sai county on November 6th 1007 and a reward of 10 will be paid for evi dence leading to each subsequent arrest and conviction for such offense A reward of 10 will also be paid for evidence leading to the arrest and conviction of any person guilt y of av violation of the law prohibiting the selling lending or giving of liquor on the day of said election CIVIC LEAGUE of Woodford County Ky We approve of the action of the Civic League In offering the above rewards and call upon all good citi zens of this county irrespective of party affiliation to see that the laws in reference to the conduct of said election tire enforced W O DAVIS Chairman Democratic County Committee W L CANNON Chairman Republican County Corn Imlttee TO LOSE DAUGHTER 0 EIGHTH DISTRICT ERS PUBLISHI Thp following from the pen of Mr C E Woods Mayor Of Richmond and assistant editor of the Richmond Climax explains Itself DEATHSI The engagement of Miss Kather Ine Dowling of Lawrencoburg to a New Yorker who shall be nameless There is announced The bridetobe bears the relationship to the Eighth District Publishers League as tha long borne by the lamented Winnie A New Orleans woman was thin Because she did not extract sufficient nourishment from herfopd She took cotff giftttfaion ResultShe a pound a day in weight ALL DRUGGISTS rl AtyD 9100 Mrs Steele was born and reared in Harrison county Her first bus bandwas Mr James Pllkington by WhOo had four children After Mr Pllldngtcns death she wedded Capt Samuel Steele of this county who was a prominent and welltodo farmer living on the river in the lower end of the county After Capt Steel s death Mrs Steele came to this city to reside and purchased tile residence of Mr James G Dudley deceased on the cqrnpr of Wapping and Wilkinson streetswhere she resided until her demise She vas a devout member of Ascen sloe Episcopal Church but greatly en joyed a good sermon by whomsoever Iti was delivered She leaves one daughter Mrs W JamesyPilkington of New Orleans La and Mr John Pllkington of Missouri and ja large circle of devoted friends to mourn her death She was a genuine oldtime Ken tucky lady proud of her lineage and of her State hospitable and gentle 1The funeral services were conduct ed front the Church of the Ascension Chinndand he loved remains were laid to rest with its kindred dust ln the family lot In our cemetery A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it Is so thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Snoop IlIyoung green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Shoopsi Cough Cure it calms the heals the sore and sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloro form noting harsh useflto injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant ex tract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub WhlChl the doctor uses The Sacred Demand Dr Shoops Take no other Capital Pharmacy r = RoundaboutF FARMER ANSWER Editor RoundaboutAIn these last days of the campaign notbearAs Instance On Friday of last week a young attorney from Lexington brought here to try and keep hon frombreakingtlqn went out to Purrington with etctman several times referred to an old farmer whonf he had known hereto tore but did not know how fae stood this time Finally the plain old farm er spoke up and said If you will let me reply to your speech when you arc hrough I will promise to answer all your questions Instantly all was comuoion and the orator refused point blank to divide time with a tnan who never mode a speech in his life but can inn plain way tell a straight story And yet we are told tEpt the young Boanerges is ready for all comers BahJ vf rv A Sih Pleasant toitake rk r is X 1Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIP TIONfl i S j 1 Ask Your Doctor ji ri And he will tell Laxative Fruits and their IXtraetslel r the best medicines for Constipation as they n normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their sltsi t are irritating to the intestinesrLYONS LAXATIVE SyRTJP is a strictly Fruit and Ve e itable Compound and If used in ConstIpatIOn will nl1gdabout a complete cure ridding YQuof such symptoms s Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Nauseu nes Bloated Feeling etcki Y our money will bereturned if you do nnot likeit better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTSt 25c AND 60c PER BOTTL- Er 1 IJ tilHCradles and fingers t i tr Scythes and Snatches tScythe Stones Wheellborrcr Thresher Machine O- ilTarpaulinsyVf f hf q v Monkey Wrenches d WrenclJL iftt ff I f ISiAFRANK J i t Hardware Paints Oils Etd I l J1 Ii CapitoiFoundryMachine l HOLMES ST FRANKFORT EY j Dealers in and Retaircrs of Machinery and Machine if Supplies of All Knid 11 Both New and Secondhand r WE HAVE FOR SALEa t ti h SIx horse Power Portable Engine and Boiler Ten hone Power Stationary Steam Engine YtiNinehorse Power Hagan Gasoilne EngIne and Grist Mill lurre200 Bushels Capacity r f Z VlOTHBHONEt 0 frji I t 4 tr l Yrds i1sKCu t tI 1TheStoryora Medicine Its narao Golden Medical Discovery was suggested by one of its most Important and valuable ingredients Golden Seal root Nearly forty years ago Dr Pierce diG puroIplcrcflncdain degree of constantly maintained neat nnd with the aid of apparatus and appliances designed for that purpose ex tract from our most valuably nativo mo dlclnal roots their curative properties much better than by tho uso of alcohol so generally employed So tho now world lamed Golden Medical Discovery for the cure of weak stomach indigestion or dyspepsia torpid liver or biliousness and red derangements was first made as It ever sine has b en without a particle Of malcoupA of its ents printed TnrTJvcrv bottlewrapper- Will that It is a e from the most growingIngredients rccolvort thr o ors en r m t e r tjtv-i f o sc tt oof thcso endorsement been COI1PI1Cdb Dr RjTV Pierce of tl Y and will bo mailed free to Olio same by postal card or lettcrnddrcsscd to tho Doctor as above fromkyentschools of it will bo found the ingredients composing the Gold nottldiseases but also for the curd of all ca tarrhal bronchial and throat affections accompainedwith catarrhal discharges hoarseness sore throat lingering Or Ibangoncoughs and all thosp If notpromptIyand l1 Tjrpperly treated arc to terminaten in consumption Take Dr Pierces Dis 1covery in time and in Its uso give It a fair trial and it is not likely to disappoint Too much must not be of It It will not perf- olmiJlmlracles It will not euro consumption advanced stages No medicine uptol11J1A GREAT THING FOR FRANKFORT tft Thero is no doubt about the fact that the Frankfort and Versailles Traction Line Is a big thing for this city and the people living along the 1f11Iner d For years in fact ever since the- lSouthern Railway completed its line J from Versailles to Geo getownIt has been almost a days Journey to stet to the Woodford capital by rail Now all Is changed and at any of the even hours from 6a m to 6 p mi one canr take a car for the As par gus Bed of the World and In an Andsrpretty little city can come to the Capital to transact their business and return home in a short while ii 1IJ surfacingtas as c pu ung down the necessary switches r4and side tracks preparatory to Inau suratlng an hourly schedule and the t establishment of an express car for Lexingtonig ii road we eyer traveled over and of iJi course will continue to Improve r General Manager R T Gunn and local Manager John D Sallee are i t surely the right men In the right t places They are accommodating and popular with all the patrons of the Ij 1 troad l ii iiiThe finest coffee substitute ever t icde bas recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wls You dont f have to boil It twenty or thirty mjn ofI jittes Made In a minute says the doctor Health Coffee Is really the closest coffee Imitation ever yet pro 1Iucud Coffee Imitation is made from pure toasted c reor grains with fOofi i drink it for coffee Capital Pharma cy r Atrrjrr fyEW OFFICE Sf FIRST PRESBY l i TERIAN CHURCHI it At a congregational meeting of the f FIrst Presbyterian Church held r Wednesday night the following addi M it tional pfllcers were elected to serve churchJ P HogeIDEAR OLD MOTHER 7iHISifi My dear old mother who 1s now eightythree years ojd thrives on Electric fitters1 writes W J3 Brun Dublin Ga She has taken1 them for about two years and enj Joys an excellent appetite feels very Strong and sleeps well Thats the way Electric Bitters affect the aged Ir and the same happy results follow In all cases of female weakness and i general dplilllty We5k Runt chll A iidijen top ark greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed also for stomach Isirwt liver and kidney troubles by all drug 1gists 60 cents and 1 bottles Lu i j rt ixri r L FRANKFORT POLICE AND FIRE MEN Editor Roundabout Every good citizen is Interested In seeing the police and firemen of Frankfort freed from polltl sess meat and political duty ast they have been permute quired to work for party report at political headqu make polls of the vpters to eleV eer for the ticket to makd polity arrests and oven som m gage In the work of bjrsIn the present contes hated on good authority that e tltl tended a meeting pf tl managers to arrange foi city and on equally good auU that the political managers have ranged for the police to wake arrests the night before election for the pur pose of frightening timid voters from the polls Such action is not only destructive of police discipline but abhorrent to all principles of public safety thatllayorjHume manag1erais just as responsible Ine Louisville Democratic officials have taken high ground in these matters Strict orders have been is sued Directing the police and firemen to attend to their duties and abstain from any or all Interference in the coming election So Frankfort heeds a new departure In such matters The course that every honest citizen commends be he Democrat or Republican is the line of policy that should bo enforced ftt the ballot box HONESTYFLAG The Baptists of Mt Carmel Baptist Church are1 holding their revival ser vices at tho Methodist Church at Polsgrove on account o t their church house being repaired They will have a real nice church then they have completed It Song service conducted by Rev1 J J Ligan and preaching by Rev L D Stucker and their pastor Rev Johnston May they have a great re vival Miss Mary Hulefte was in Frank fort on Saturday last j Miss Estella Netherton spent Stin day last with one of her pupils Miss Mary Hiilette Miss Susie Slattery and father vis ited relatives and friends at Eminence last weekIMiss Elizabeth North visited her friends and pupils Rev J J Ligon and family ori Saturday last Mr Sam North galled on Miss Es tella Nethertoa on Sunoay evening last There was an announcement of a wedding on last night which will be at Pleasant Ridge Church on next Thursday evening at 3 oclock Every body Is Invited to come and see who It Is We do not know whether It Is Lucien or Edward Penn but we rath er suspect it Is the former EYESIa DeWitts Little Early Risers are the best pills made They do not gripe Sold by South Co HE FOUGHT AT GETTYSBURG Dayld Parker of Fayette N Ywho lost a f9tlltqettsburg writes Electric Bitters have done me more good thananl medicine fever tqok For several years I had stomach trouble and paid out much money for medicine to little purpose until I be gan taking Electric Bitters I would not take 500 for what they have donq for me Grand tonic for the aged and for female weakness Great altera tive and body builder Jest of all for lame back and weak kidneys Guar anteed by all druggists tj 50 cents told by all druggists e TOTAL AT SUPPLEMENTAL REGISTRATION The suplemental registration closed on Wednesday night with the follow ing result Democrats s 78 24Noncommittal Ttat 109 The party afflllationiotals are Democrats 1378 RepublicansI 817 Noncommittal 72 Total lf 22671 FORGETMENOT A HARD DEBT TO PAY I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be paid off writes G S Clark of Westfleld Iowa for my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Dis covery Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed Imminent when I commenced taking New IWs covery The pminous dry haclling cough quit before the first bottle was used and two more bottles made complete cure Nathiing has ever coughsscoldsplaints Guaranteed by all druggists 50 cents and 1 Trial bottle free For sale by air druggists e rTHANKSI We are receiving communications from various friends In different di1 rectlons renewing their subscriptions to the Roundabout Among them isI tho following which we highly appre t elate Buena Park Cal Oct 17 1907 Enclosed find 1 renewing our sub scription for the Roundabout for another year Your paper Is much appreciated by the old Kentuckians Hoping this Is on time I do not remember when I Sent last remittance but hope It is in timeI CuredAt 70 of Heart Dis ease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful IDr Miles Heart Cure Effected Care Heart disease Is curable but in people of advanced age it does not readily to ordinary treatment There is however HeartCurecratefultuffererscure diseased hearts but it is a blood tonic a reg ulator of the hearts action and the most effective treatment ever formulated for im proyinff the circulation of the blood During the Civil war I contracted heut disease and Inl while living in the old totvnofLexington VaI grew sompch mysVn While I saidnothing to anyone I never expected to live to return to the dear old town On Kirbys she insisted I should reachingMiles Heart Cure I cured a alp the Nervine- and Tonic After using one or two bottles I could see no hnpruv mcnt and I despaired ofeter being better tmy faithful on t hleh I ldImrovemenfsoonbegaxttnearnest and I took m or sixteen I wasre stored to perfect health and while lam a 6y Yon- sit areabenefactorand Pcheerfuilly r cdm erinqhumanltyJ irstbottleDr AddraDr I flE BEST BREHD IS MADE FROM f PRIDE OF MAD IS 0Nfct FLOUR r ASK YOUR GROCER4 ttFor Hay Straw Salt Seeds Potatoes and Producer tt Cal- lonHEISE t SONSr 1 t1STBoth Phones i m i1 g ICosby Patent AirlMt Baker and Heaters IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in Tllebusyhousewifefrom light rolls to a Thanksgiving or ChrijbnnsjurkeyStiU it looks just aa neat as a heater made It is airtight and a great fuel saver are be lag sold Thousands of housekeepers are enthusiastic Pine Cast Iron and bottoms making it last for years without repairs Ma e only by UNION STOVE Cp Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the peoplewithout a pennys costthe great valuo ot this scientific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr hoops Ca tarrh Remedy Sold by Capitol Ph rmacyf f IT HEATS AN- DCOOKS TOO 1A The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the t- Home Ever Made Stomach troubles heart and kid ney ailments can be quickly correct idruRestorative The prompt and sur prising relief which this lm medlately brings Is entirely due to its restorative action the control tag nerves of the stomach etc Captitol Pharmacyr 4 RHEUMATisM A BACKACHE r PAIN IN CHEST DISTRESS IN STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS I MARRIED GOINFLYNN In this cltyvon Wednesday Mr Henry Gain and Miss Carrie Flynn were married- MILLERPRESTON In this city on Wednesday Mr Jesse Miller and Miss Rosa Preston were married PENN MITCHELL In this coun ty on Wednesday Mr Lucien Penn and Miss Golda M Mitchell were mar 1fled 4 HOWELLHALL In this city on Thursday Mr R Shirley Howell and Miss Minnie Duke Hall were married by Rev C R Hudson of the Chris tian Church BUFORD LEWIS At the First Presbyterian Church in this city on Tuesday Mr S T Buford of Louis ville and Miss Nellie Z Lewis were t oNtheFirstMr Buford is a valued Employe of the Louisville Telephone Co His bride Is the pretty and popular daughter of Maj Prank P Lewis and wife of the West SideIThe church was beautifully deco rated with palms ferns etc and was packed With the friends of the young the marriage a reception was given at the residence of the brides parents on Benson street West Sidee HP They left on the eastbound C O for a wedding trip sifter which they will go to housekeeping in Louis- Ville f Stop That Cold uProvel1t1ca1 To check or Grippe with means sure defeat for Pneumonia To stop a cold With Preventics is safer than to let It run and bo obliged to cure it afterwards To be sure Pre VenUes ivlll cure even a deeply seated cold but taken early at the sneeze stage they break or off these early colds Thats surely better Thats why they are called Preventics Quinlaechildren and thoroughly safe too you feel chilly if you sneeze If you Ache all over think of also save half your- Usual Me Jrnlo your child If probtJPoventlcs Insist on your druggists giving y- ouPreventics i CAPITOL PHARMACY or t BIRTHSGRABLE In Dearborn Mo Qcto ber 24 to Mr Benjajnln Grablt and wife nee Virginia Bacon formerly ot this countya son s wednesidadaughterHelen a From the Lexington Dally Herald BETTER GAME LAWS We have received from one of tbfe leading citizens of Harrison county a letter which we publish below We regret that he requests his name be not published as it would give added weight to what he says strong as that is We also publish in anotiher coa umn of this Issue a communication from J 0 Evans Esq of Clark county together with extracts from the Farmers Bulletin in ref erence to the Quail and Bob White and the Mourning Dove It is only by the concerted action of those men in the State who have intel lif nee enough to appreciate the im po ance of wise gone laws that any thing can be done tin Kentucky We hope very much that the sug tributor will be taKen up by the country papers and that they wllll unite in using their Influence in arousing a strong public sentiment He writes Cynthiana Ky Sept 11 97 To the Editor of the Herald Dear SirThe Herald of the 10th inst contained quite a long article oy Mr Evans on the protection of game fish and insectiverous birds and today you have an editorial along the same lines This is s move In the right direction but we need more of it and all county pa pers should be urged to take up the subject in order to create public sen- tIment in favor of such protection Several Years ago some of the farm countyIIthe purpose of protecting the farmers against trespassing also to enforce tho laws against illegal hunting and fishing The warden was paid a salary of 50 a month and received no share of lines The grand jury failed to in dict several cases of seining for which there was abundant proof showing that public opinion was not in favor of protecting either fish or gameevertheless during the year the f I h is society lived there was less seining and than had been usual for many years The Game Warden system Is and will be a failure unless the warden is a sale aried officer for so long as his pay epends upon fines ho will be looked ipon as a instead of pros ecutor by most of our citizens A umber of years ago I well ia fish fry party given on the banks of South Licking at which were many judges lawyers and many public men The fish which furnished the feast were caught in seins The law was defective at that time there be- Ing no penalty attached Ttoere Is a large floating in Harrison and other counties that care little or nothing for those things that build up such as pikes bridges schools and the of fish game and insec tivorous birds the above class pay little or no tax but thqy vote and their vote is almost the balance of power it seems to me that a cam paign of education must precede all reforms must start with the home and public schools In order to prepare our boys and girls for the duties of citizen ship Our school system is very de ficient in almost every way and It should be and so as to lie Unless the papers the State will take up this subject of and create a public opinion positive and definite in its aim I fear it will be a long time before we will have suitable action My sphere of Is very limited but I am in with your ac tions in the matter and have therefore taken the liberty of to you Keep up the good work along these lines and you may live to see results that will be Fifty years ago our families wer not and I feel that we should not be of different politi cal faith we both desire to see your native State and my adopted State Yours ttruly f f XXX When the baby Is cross and hasI you worried and worn out you will find that a little Cascas Weel the wellI tales no opiates Sold by South Co r q i 1 j 1 P to some say Visit to the case t 1 I JJ1 i r1 t4 ITS GOOD J rTAKE ONE Tablets AND THE dynamiting trespassing persecutor remember population permanent improvements protection andtwo responsible readjusted rearranged jgteadily progressive throughout education legislative usefulness sympathy writing gratifying strangers Although muatonally IIallahort WaIches 11- g timeand would everyone whether JEWELER PAIN GONE I If you hav- eHeadache Try One h4 m 1o40 They Relieve PaintQuickly leaving notbad Aftereffects i- i 25 Doses H- 25 Cents jt Never Sold in Bulk tN r Z Z FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS vm P a 1 For information sad list of hotels address l B Q KINO CP T A111 Htln Sf Lexington Ky J i III FARM FOR SALE Thirtyfive acre farm for sale cheap Inquire of E C Onan or Miss Jennie Hawkins 1004 E Washington street ouisvllle Ky Oct On debanks ob de Atqnzon far away far away WllAr Dr Green at Flowers to Ah picked dose towers In August in ole Brazil- An 1se a Yankee ah longs to be dar stilt JAugust Flower Is the only free from alcoholic stimulants been successful in keeping thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus ins normal and assisting nature of separation and ab by AM irregular and or gjcauses which interrupt healthy and fect natural result in intestinal duct fermentation of unhealthy foods nervous headache con etipation and other complaints such at colic biliousness jaundice etc i qAugust Flower Ia natures intended reg Viator Two sizes ajc 750 All drngguta For sate by J W Gayle I t ffw Is r ICHANGE I QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE 11 Winter Tourist Tickets 263- LNature Great Invention medicineI sorptionfor building indigestionCI1tarThalaffection- causing IIIOn Chesapeake Ohio By rr ssbjectT Limited for Louisville NashtlHe Meant phis Westaed Southwest I 920 1 M and 614 P X DaU for Wuhligtm LimitedIphla New 1016 A M and 801 P M DaUj 28 lyrAFOR SALE vt 184 acres of good producing lanYican be bought at a bargain Some timber plenty of water House with seven rooms Barn corn crib andC l other buildings For Informations write to H Wl Frankfort Ky 1Fj- D f f No2 Box 77 Oct 125- tWantedGoodcountry ageApplyf r to Bowen Henry East Main Oct 26tf 1IBears of ATh I Ifma11edShoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the people without a pen nyS cost the great value of this scientific prescription known to drug gists everywhere as Dr ShoopsCa J tarrh Remedy Sold by Capital Pharr macy e frljllJ h J ja tl d Q J lf Ori 0 I4i TARIZONA J I A N D COOK 7t t I n Meat Choppers all kinds and prices Carving Sets- Butchers Clevers Butcher Knives Horses f Sporting Goods of all kinds Consisting of DoubleBarrel Shot Guns Rifles SingleBarrel Shot Guns 11Riflest Powder Shot Winslow Fibre Rink Skates Steel Roller Side x Skates Black Powders Shellsj r Our Cutlery ti Department j WJf aviiSSors ad iIr pair guar 1 anteed Rogers 1847 ojTable Knives Forks 1 Carbon x Mag netic Razors Rogers Wdstenholr Pocket Knives Gillette Safety yU 350T II ho l Electric eld Fe For Ho Stock and Poultry f and Air and Smokeless and Loaded = l and itCoal Oil Heating Stoves 5 Rochester Silver i Nickled WareI r Chafing Dishes 300 tto 1200 Baking Dish es X150 to 600 Soup Toureens4QOto 600 Coffee Pots Tea Pots Cake Trays Fruit Basikets Pitchers Tea Sets and Trays all shapes and sizes P G SOWRR COIt It 307309 Main Street Hardware Merchants Both Phones flfj L l IIJii rAL fJ Ir y r I ClurelJ OII ICORPOR7 TED t STAMPING GROUND i Mr R S Sprakewho has been at MarUnsville Ind for two weeks has I returned home Mr Henry Scott and wife of Owen ii county wero guests of Dr L Bourne this week DI Now that the Creamery Is la jldayi produced brings 30 cents per pound and Is in fine demand Corn has advanded to 250 per bar rel The quality is flne but the acre age was somewhat short of last years Rev Geo W Hill who has been assisting the pastor of the Baptist church at Bedford Trimble county has returned home The meeting was very successful Therain of Saturday night was a great relief as stock water was get ting somewhat scarce It also helped cropsIaddressed the people here lastFrIday His friends were greatly pleased with his speech ITuesday was the coldest morning of the season the thermometer went down to 28 degrees SCOTT You cant be well if you have a Weak unhealthy tired out stomach Neither can you feel good If by some little irregularity In eating you hav caused the stomach to get out o order These little stomach troubles are signs of Indigestion which may very often do turn into a very bad case of dyspepsia Dont allow 0 this to go one single day without i doing something to overcome it Take some good reliable and safe digestant like Kodol for dyspepsia Kodol is the best remedy known to day for heart burn belching and all troubles arising ifrom a disordered di gestion It is pleasant to take and affords relief promptly Sold by South Co liIIHecatei r 4 i r tf t IfJ HER BACK ACHES IWHEN Finds All Her Energy and Ambition Slipping Away Frankfort women know how the aches and pains that come when the burdenBackache troublesIallof the sjealthy approach of diabetes dropsy and BrIghts disuse Doans Kidney Pills permanently cure all these disorders Heres proof of It In a Frankfort womans words Mrs T Thornton of 533 Short street Frankfort Ky says A con stant dull Aching pain across the small of my back caused b kick neys has annoyed md for yearsOn account of this and for the fact that my back has been so weak I have not been able to do any hard work about the house at all There was a dim t1onsIWhlCh ed to me sp highly that I got a box at J WGayles drug store They certainly helped me In every way for I felt better than I had fa long time I have no hesitancy In recommending Doans Kidney Pills to anyone suffering from kidney trouble a any kind For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States nameDeansanf d MEETING OF DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY Jos H Lewis Chapter Daughters tthresidenceWapplng street this Saturday af ternoon at 3 oclock A full attend ance BBNTON Secy OAflBPOXlX Wnetare l if1 7 i4J- J tO or onderfully busy one Made so by three factstven h growing children and which are yet stylish in JziZ mttin Careful is a hobby here and you can send your boy or girl c will be tht5ro comfortable This week our window shows manyrdrN pry low pricesthe feu re are three lines absolutely unequalled anywhere 1 fl ATboKlnd Han Bout w se fThe McClure Special Girls Welt Shoe This is an unequalled shoe for the girls Made of vici kid i1115 button and blucher styles welt sewed the insoles perfectly smooth and very flexible the soles of long wearing oaktanned leather M 1ithe l stsstyhsh and comfortable PrIced very low shoese f as the usual stores ask for the clumsy McKay sewed lA Sizes 6 to 8 175 Sizes 8l to 10 300 V Sizes lli to 2 200Ij 81zes2to52fiP t f f Bring your child to McClures this week and find put that there L are good shoes and comfortable shoes for children at moderate pripes j r E LLSr7 f NO CROP FOR 1908 The American Society of Equity In Its big meeting at Shelbyvllle have received returns from all over the Burley tobacco region resolving not to have aiw tobacco crop In 1908 Dr Cmiy8 Condition 1owucrs are Just what a horse needs when in bad anivermlfugomedicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price Scents pernacknge- For sale by J W Gayle and Le Compte Gayle c BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES J FRANKFORT DIVISION Cars will leave center for Ver sallies at 6a mj 8a m10 a m 12 m 3 p m4 p mjand 6 pm Cars will Arrive from Versailles at 8 a mj 10 a mj12 mj 2 p mj 4p m 6 p m and 8 PIm SUNDAY SCHEDULE Cars will run every hour beginning thffand at 6 m to citycars run every hour from 7 a m to 7 p m Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and at 9 and 11 p m Leave Paris very hour from a in to 7 p fa and 10 p in Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour tram 680a m to 780 pm and at and p m Leav- Leave Georgetown every hour from 610 a m to 815 p m and at pain nVersailles Division Leavo Lexington from center ever fcour from 6 a mto 0 p m and at 9 and p m Leave Versailles very hour from 515 a m to 6j4f p m and at 8lt and 10 m B T Phone 010 Home Phone1 r174 Manager12t i1f w u r 7 THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FORE = e High Grade Vehicles h f Jf- Thanever before The public have at last come to they conclusion that a CHEAP vehicle is DEAR at anyiEJ price Our woik is strictly hand made and is sold under a guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle i that is firstclass and wall give perfect satisfaction 1 us a card and we will call to see you We knoW we caniiS suit in both and s All we ask is argil iJCl Ft J t Seller carriage Qo9 Iney YERSAILbES KY tt1 t 1 K WARD IIH Presidenfc genuinLaxativethe remedy that fnmn ft cold IB 6ae stay Kodol For- IndigestionOur Guarantee Coupon If after using twothirds of a tioo bottle of baneeKodol today on guarantee Fill out and sign the following present It to the dealer at the time of purchase If it falls to satisfy you return the bottle containing one tblyd of the medicine to the dealerfrom whom you bought it and wo will rotund yoarraoney Town State Si nhere rCBtThUOnt DigestsWhatYouEatAnd S C DeWITT A CO Cbicmxo IL- L8old1bySoUthCo f C M BRt WNnvGl Sec a- yLndf Hotel Business For rif A small but convenient RnJi j oentrajly located hotel business Itfor sale at a bargain Leased for a term of three yenrsRotn snleudidinvestlnentnnd full par tioulars address HHtf tii BUSINESS 205 WShrt Sti ti- gLCxingtonmKy Oct lO 4tis j I = = flKILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS W1THr KibNew Discord vl I FOR c8 Br 8 PBIOXITrw ItIANALTNttATAND UN QT1 GIILZANTZIDAATIB1ACTOZoIA r J hr f YW l i y