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THE MMFOB ROUNDABOUT f GEO A LEWIS PuhlisherrEIDIS 100 In Advance t 37IAl us 1 FRANKFORTS PROGRESSIVE MERC liIAS11IIIIf 1fItM11LiYYYIIIIR1tirtt xo1tionsand Country Produce No 510 Second St South Sido Now Phone 517 Old Phone 003 June 15Oni nrwarvralt KODAKSLEC- OMPTE ffAYLE CO lrorJaSouth hdIEBNEK CO juno IfiGin LAUNDRY JThe M N Laundry flints do the best work in the State All worn called for mid deliver ed E G NELL lent Ol11ce 22il StClair St up suiirs jloin J I PLUMBINGWhen in need of llrstciass new or old sanitary work cull on Chas Whitehead 101 St Clairl strett Eeady at all times with I prices to suit the most skeptical Phones 105 juno 15Gm rrho Franktort iCO GonU18llY banufnctunl of 1nre Artificial Distilled Water t Factory Nos 102 104 105 and 108 equippedI DISASTROUS FIRE IN LOUISVILLE L rr a toBO rb gtool Yards la cated at East Louisville were totally Destroyed by fire on Tuesday night 1Jast together with three or four car tfJoads of hogs involving a lojs of about 250000 A large lot of cattle were saved by strenuous work on the part of the employes of the company Several of the men were quite badly burned while trying to rescue thereat tieThis will be a bevy loss on live stock shippers as well as the compa n ttrThe postmaster of Gosconda Mo Daniel A Bugh says of DeWitts Kid fey and Bladder Pills L am doing so well and improving so fast in health that I can not say too much for your kidney and bladder pills I J like a new man DeWitts Kidney feelI Bladder Pills are sold by South BAZAAR AND SUPPER The Pastors Aid Society and the Epworoh League of the Church v111 give a bazaar MeqhodlstI December 6th This will be in the here are a few things that will be open to your inspection Dolls all sizes beautifully cos tumed by handso cheap that every little girl can have a dollieIBags and plenty of and prices from the bachelors laun dry bag down to the ladles fine opera bags One hundred beautiful handmadeIt handkerchiefs cheaper than you can buy the material Fancy and domestic aprons will be among the most useful articles for the housewives Comforts long and wide made of the best material cheaper than you could make them The fancy table will contain many a nice little glfo that would do for Christmas hand painted china card cases pin cushions sofa pillows etc When you tire of shopping you can rest anti he served with delightful refreshments all homo prepared Each booth will be in charge of ten ladies ready to SOrie you COLLECTION OF REVENUE TAXES fDeputy Collector Grant L Roberts t has collected Internal revenue taxes J for the month of October as follows 3808 barrels 147172310 tax gal lons 16188953 amount of taxes I tl irr 4r t SOUTH CO PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY junolSiiin 1 Both Phones 17 CEIitEII OLllhlli1iy Ounce Cor Main and Ann Sts Liiunclry Foot of Ann St FRANKFORT KY june 11Om In Addition t- oLUMBER We sell the Celebrated Ham mor Paint and the hest Wall Plaster made Invincible HAMMOND CO June r W J SOOTTOW Country Produce a Specialty Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Both hones Cor 2nd Bridge Streets June 15Gm ra JOB PRINTING AT TH- EROUNDABOUT iJ MONDAYS BLAZE r alarrn Praml bx 3511er1 ha departmeht at 1123 pn Monday morning to the residence on the corner of the alley between Wilkin son and the river on Broadway street where a blaze about a chimney caused by a defective flue inflicted about 100 in damages upoit the building The house was occupied by Mrs S M Forsee as a residence The furniture etc was damaged by water fire and breakage to a considerable extent CALLED TO NEW YORK Rev A H Lindsay of Flemings burg has been called to the pastorate presuyteriunlI Grant R M Grant He is an eloquent and able minister His friends rejoice in his being called to a larger field but regret his leaving Kentu- ckyGAigTORIA Bears Bignatcro of Am Ready To Mr33estPHOT And nil styles of Port Groups nt my now Gnllery8 anlcfor Bridw St Cull on tits de Photo gruphor H G MATS RPM I brave you a Gas StSWtf If not get one ut once aiHl rtjSnL money Cull on us for a pert tore at light price a The Capital Gasesiec l Ic juno Light C jJjicorpnitctl The South Side Market Tho Best Beef Lftn eat u net Pork Fresh und Si c1Sau- sa landjuno 15Om N EVII OLLINS Liquors and Where tt ny Then The Pure FLawwill not affect us W ways did and will sel hind but Straight Liquors at r GEO B SALENDERSt Clair Every thinO bnttho fir conies oot in wash no by The TroY sundry JOHN IV GAY argent luuo 156m- i = v YOUNG LADY RLEG uasM Mr W H Claxtonof 1 alts Mill was returning to her home ou Satur day in a buggy with her brother When they reached the foot of Cedar Cove Hill on the Owenton pike the horse became fractious which caused the young lady to jump from the buggy and when she alights on the pike her left leg was broken just above the ankle Dr Patterson was called and re duced the fracture I ATTENTION NEEDLE WORK GUILD SUBSCRIBERS Mrs Hiram Berry President of the Ladies Needle Work Guild desires all those who have subscribed garments for this fund to send the same to the directors from the different churches so that the distribution be made to the suffering poor as soon as possi ble NAVIGATION s RESUMED ITho repairs upon locks No 5 and the Kentucky river having been navigation has been re sumed aril the Falls pity will resume trips to the upriver points LADDERS Just received another new stock of LADDERS From 10 to liG foot long Wo have Building Lumber of nil i kinds in stock Your trnilo is appreciated MN 1 Y BAMMOIDiCO r 1 t1j- rjrLl ===== ==J IIB Tiia Satisfaotion Of knowing that you arc correctly drSCfd and the satisfac ion of knowing that you have paid the LOWEST PRICE is only to wear o garment that was bought at KACmNS Heres only a partial program of the runny extra values which cannot be duplicated elsewhere in Erankfort Womans Coats These coats are superbly tailored of a 1250IBlak and Tun collar and cuffs bautlfnll and braid They come in throe quarter Misses Coats 500 A largo assortment of Misses Coats made of plain colored cloths and pretty fancy mixtures 500 to 12pO Tailored Suits 2500 So much style so much skill such fine quality was novel before produced for jIIO as is shown in these 2500 snits Hero are suits with long coats and short coats lined with silk Skirts are designed in oxquisit styles only 2500 Other qxfii values up to GOH Walking Skirts 500IBetter than anything over offeied for 50 are these elegant 50 skirts we otTer you Fine Furs and Muffs 500 to 4500 I Genuine Fox Furs 500 Fine Mulls at 5 uo to 3000 Extra values In Boas Scarfs and Cravats at from I250 to 8500 8JIKAQ IN I BRErlooINO 4143 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY STAMPING GROUND Mr Alvin M Duvall had the misfor tune to lost a fine milch cow valued at 60 last week MrJ G Blanton attended the convention of vehicle dealers at Cinciu nati last week Births To Mr Zack Brooking and wife October 13a daughter To Mr W Pike Duvall and wife October 20a daughter their first J W Jameson sold to Mr Robt Marshall a farm containing fifty acres lying on the Woodlake and Elk- horn pike at 90 per acre Mr Howard Triplett of St Louis Mo is visiting relatives here with his familyA stole a lot of buggy and wagon harness from the barn of Miss Varnia Bourne on Monday night Esq S B Triplett Mrs J J Yates and Mrs Annie Nutter left Tuesday for a visit to relatives in Oklahoma UNO BENSON Delayed Letter Mr J A Edge of Lexington was here Siuulay last to visit his sister Mrs S C Lacefield who has been and is serloJirly ill Mr rtul Mrs John Edge were also hero visiting thir sick daughter Mr Pnston Wades baby who has beer quite ill Is improving at this writing Mr Will Bodkin was called to Frankfort by the serious illness of his father Mr John Bodkin Mr and Mrs Buford Kirk of Frankfort wore the guests of Mr George Mitchell Miss Carrie Sanders who has been visiting Mrs John Dennis and family his iv irued to her home in Louis loin Chambers store on Choatevillo is quite a convenience and success Misses Edith and Lilufwl large called on little Miss Ethel Munsen who has been too sick to go to school this week Mrs Irvin Hall who has been visiting her mother has returned to her home BENSONITE i jIff iik r STREET CAR LINE Cars leave Capital Hotel Main and Ann streets for South Frankfort com mencing at 615 a m and every 15 minutes until 1015 p m For ParkAt G15 a m and 3 cars per hour until 1015 p m For Cemetery 630 a m every i5Iminutes until 945 p m For Leestown 630 a m and every 30 minutes until 10 p m F AND V TRACTION CO J D SALLEE Supt MEETING OF WOMANS CLUB The Womans Club will meet at the residence of nits A H McClure on Monday November llth at three oclock When the stomach heart or kid neys get weak then these organs al ways fail 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 pr6ssly for these weak Inside nerves Strengthen these nerves buld them Ill with Dr Snoops Restorativetabilets or liquidand see how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racing VIs Your health is surely worth this simple test Capital Pharmacy tt e r CHURCH SUPPER The ladies of the First Baptist Church will give a Bazaar anti IBavtiSt on Tuesday November 20th in the Old Chapel Other articles will be for sale at very reasonable rates Every lody lnvt d to attend CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Sig1lature of Ir J dv r t 1 HANK andJuniorchiefs Table Linens and Napkins All at popular rites Come while the stock is full and get best Values JEI4rI1E VVmIr EIIx PERSONAL Judge T J Nunn has returned from Marion Judge J P Hobson has returned from Eliza bethJol1 Judge H S Barker returned Tuesday from Louisville Judge W E Settle has returned front Bowling Green Judge E C ORear returned Tues day from Mt Sterling Mr H K Ward of Versailles was in the city on Monday Judge John D Carroll returned Tuesday from New Castle Dr W E Baxter left Tuesday for a yisit to his farm at Neosho Mo Mrs W H Kidd and Mrs J A Pose went to Louisville on Monday Mr A N Estes and wife have returned from a visit to Jamestown Mrs Safph LeCompte of Lexington visited relatives here this week Mr R R Wilson and wife have re turned from a visit to Falmouth Miss Sara Vaught left Thursday for Pueblo Col to visit her sister Mrs Cecil Farmers left Saturday for avvlslt to her old home in Danville lies H Clay Wilson went to Louisville Monday to undergo an operation Judge T R McBeath returned Wed nesday from his home at Leitchfleld Mrs John E Miles visited her broth er Mr W T Hawkins at Midway last John P Stewart and wife have returned from a trip to New York City Mrs L T Mtnislt and daughter left Saturday for a visit to relatives at Gratz Mr Xat Stone of Versailles was in the city on Monday attending court day sales I Mr R G Higdon returned Wednes day from Owensboro where he went to vote Judge C E Booe wife and son re turned Tuesday from a visit to Flem ingsburgMrs Edna Colson and daughter Miss Ethel were guests of relatives here this week Mr Anthony Schobert of Versailles was in the city on Monday attending court day sales f Mr John T Buckley and Mrs Kate Welch Buckley left Tuesday for Pasa J dena California Capt C C Calhounof Washington City was the guest of Miss Eliza Overton Tuesday Mrs Guy Barrett went to Louisville Monday to accompany her daughter Hrs H Clay Wilson t Mrs George W Chinn has returned from a visit to her son Mr Julian Chinn in Buffalo N Y Mrs John G Matthews of Barbour ville was the guest of Miss Bonnie Hockensmlth this week Mr J S Weathers wife and chi siren have returned from a visit to relatives In Lexington Mr A W Macklin has returned Ja f i i ltls from a visit to his daughter Mrs C W Koop in Louisville Mrs Jos W Lindsey of Louisville who has been the guest of Gen D W Lindsey has returned home Mrs James L Watson of Lexington visited her mother Mrs H I Todd and sisters in this city this week Mr R Lee Sims of Kentucky State College was the guest of his parents Rev J R Sims and wife Sunday Mr Rod Perry and wife of Warsaw who were guests of Col E E Abbett and wife returned home Tuesday Miss Nora Miller of this office visit ed tier uncle Mr John A Herring in Georgetown the first of the week Mr J T Arnold and wife of Owen ton who have been guests of relatives here returned home on Wednesday Miss Mary Carrington of Mt Sterl ing who has been the guest of Mrs W B Johnson has returned home cuqnlngramandMrs SweeneyHamilton wedding in Paris Kentucky alias Virginia Bird of Shelby coun ty who has been the guest of Miss Margaret Reading Todd street has returned home Mrs J E Boardmanand daughter of Mt Sterling who have been the guests of Mrs YoB Johnson have returned home Mr Moses R Glenn Clerk of the State Railroad Commission was called to Central City on Wednesday by the dangerous Illness of his aged Col John Cunningham of Bourbon county attended the funeral of her brotherinlaw Col Harvey Che nault a substantial citizen of Madison county Messrs John P Hanley John Gor man D J McNnmara and Chas Whitehead left Saturday for Lebanon to attend u meeting of the Knights of Columbus Rev D E Hanna and wife of Mid way were visitors here Saturday and Sunday Mr Hanna preached for Rev C R Hudson at the Christian Church on Sunday Mrs Thomas Rodman of New York City who has been visiting her par rents Col John N Crutcher and wife Kentucky Avenue West Side returned home Tuesday Mr Albert H Crutcher and son Master John Page who have been guests of his parents Col John N Crutcher and wife West Side returned to their home In Los Angeles Cal this week Mrs W S Sandlfer and son Wil tam S Jr of Altamont who have been visiting relatives here left for Altamont on Saturday Mrs Amanda Hundley accompanied her daughter to her home APPENDICITIS Is due In a larger measure to abuse of the bowels by employing drastic pur gatives To avoid all danger use only Dr Kings New Life Pills the safe gentle cleansers and invIgorators Guaranteed for headache biliousness malaria and jaundice at all drugstores 25 cents For sale by all druggists j jjb f t J RELIGIOUS ASEE N SIGN EPISCOPAL- CHyRCHRev A B Chinn the roc t the services la Il Morning Prayer ud Sere mono i 730 pm Evening Prayer 930 L m Sundayschool In the chapelWednesdaYevening prayer at 730 p m The public generally invited to at wad wFIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Dr M B Adams the pastor wilt preach at 11 im and 7S0 p m Sundayschool at tk 46 in the chapel Baracca classy at 945 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 630 m Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 730 in the Chapel Everybody jiojrdlally Invited Seats tree CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and730 pm Sundayschool at 945 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 CHURCBR v Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct services as follows Low Mass at730 n m High Mass at 10 a m r- Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers and prayer at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH W11l1preach Conference of young men and young women at 645 pom Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J S Sims pastor- Sundayschool 945 Preaching by the pastor at 1100 a m and 730 p m Epworth League at 645 p m Prayer Meeting Wednesday even- Ing at 7800- verybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p mIYoung Peoples Society 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 HILLThere will be Sun dayschool every Sunday afternoon ta the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p m CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Hate Always Bought Bears the- SI6naturf of IYlr1 JJ riir HEENEYS SALE I t f c f I a 1 If you arE not already a to this paper now Is the tiute for you to sub scribe you are n you r uetv your Mii crti tlou now while the liberal we oiler you prevail Ve have mien umngeineiitH with the of THE FARM to elute UKII iur with and If you wilt nt once fend MK we will cull yoi lOCh paper n r rrnr- The AiiiurKtm Farm World Is IIln1lfi Agricultural Monuiv uViUiitlon Inn each month from ail to w large pano edited bv one of You can uet THE FARM WORLD a whole T tciiMf r with our i own paper If you wilt at once send us fl0 Vv will Hn of Tin Farm World for you out of the nuiount you nil us iid you will receive their paper n well ns our own as Issued Ian not dcliy but take 1 adv antitge of great oiler now AilrirrsM KY i In this onj Saturday to Mr Tlios R Barrett an- dwifea daughter FOR SALE 184 acres of good 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 No 2Box 77 Oct 125t HIS DEAR OLD MOTHER My dear old mother who is 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 and sleeps well Thats the way Bitters affect the aged and the same results follow in all cases of weakness and general deBlllty Weak puny children too are greatly by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by all 50 cents and 1 bottles J 1 500 750 1000 Long Coats 600 700 1000 1250- Childrens Bear Skin and Lamb in all colors II Dress Wool Dress Goods 65c for 50c All Dress Goods 125J for 100 Ladies Gents and Childrens Underwear and Gloves IFI J HEENEY EVERYBODY THIS We Save You Money subscriber already subscriber should terms publishers AMERICAN WORLD containtcarefully 11fnrmerAMERIKAH pay nuMMicr American resilarly this ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT BIRTHS BARRETT county producing now eightythree strong Electric happy female strengthened druggists 4r rfij Jackets Persian Goods- All Vtaol READ Can Ins Is known has not been attempted It Is elementary und practi cal like much ot the spondenceJJwork given by the University and designed to be helpful to tho men tIcan not go to school WtDeWIttsSalvo penetrates the poresJJsoothingSouth Co CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOOD r PURIFER FREE If your blood Is Impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors If yon have blood poison cancer carbuncles itchingIpimply rheumatismlorBotanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood Is made pure and rich 1BalmIMar 21ye TT 1Iijftirh r 5 fy A 1 5i I JtJ r i pn 1S I t clo1i r ItIJlf Il J t I FILL YOUR FALL AND WINTER NEEDS HERE t Whether its a Cloak or a FurDress Fabrics Silks or Warm Un derwearbuy it here and DEPEND upoii it J 4i t- Our t t qualities are DEPEND4BEE our styles are latest known to v fashionour prices EXCEEDINGLYmoderate T yy r 4t ii Should have a certain amount of money laid aside for filling your Fall and Winter needs its allthe more desirable that you fill t I them HERE l Vr 5 Your money will go the farthesttui this store and you will receive O t iff J the MOST for it In other words THISis an economical place to spendan EASY place to save FARMERSREPUBLICANS VICTORIOUS Landslide Which Carries with It The r Whole TlaketTarlton for Rail road Commissioner Legislature In Doubt unookedioroutsider arrived on schedule time The Democratic majority of 27000 for Beckham four years ago was wiped out and a majority of some 18000 rolled up for Hon Augustus E Willson and his companions the vari ation in majority between the head of the ticket and the rest being small veryIi For several years there have protests both loud and deep against the way in which the machine was lisregarding the wishes of the rank andfile of the Democratic party and arranging the disposal of the various 1offices among its adherents without the slightest attention being paid to those not training with that faction So at last the Independents oppor tunity came and they male good use of the hour at which we write we fiave been unable to get the vote of even the county of Franklin official but enough is known by the retained certificates to assure the result Many funny explanations are being t I clubbutget enough votes let it rest with thatThe Republicans have every to be proud of their victory TheyI nominated an able and clean their campaign was pitched on a 4 plane they represented something jand having something to represent charIacterizedin the past The State is to be congratulated t upon the selection of highAclass men who will give a clean and upright ad ministration honesty in elections and a general clearing away of the bitter ness qf the last seven years is assured 1ICELEBRATE SOME The happy Republicans hired a small brass cannon from Mr Johnj C Mastin on Thursday night and i taking It up iO the upola of the cusl tom house fired a national salute In t honor of their victory on Tuesday The boys have been very moderi ate in their rejoicing and rubbed it in on the Democrats Dr Weavers Syrup and CerateIfinccetsful treatment for blood and IVHfctHODS IN BILLBOARD CAM PAIGNS =J Clinton Rogers Woodruff Writes Of Progress In Various Partsof the Country In an excellent articleuTheCru sade Against Billboards written by Clinton Rogers Woodruff first vice president of the American Civic As laUon a general idea Is given lof the increasing success of the crusade against advertising nuisances Mr woodruffs article is published in The American Review of Reviews It seems strange but it neverthe less is truer begins Mr Woodruff that the Municipal League of Los Angeles has been offering prints for urgly spots in that city Most cities and most respective organizations likeI ito put their best foot foremost There however is a deliberate effort to find out wherein this generally beautiful city is lacking so that it may become a wholly beautiful city Rubbish weeds and billboards have afforded the camera abundant material and the showing of delinquencies is very likely to be followed b some much needed cleaning up Seattle had a similar campaign not long since under the leadership of The PostIntelligences end the re sults were excellent for the time be permanentlyleffecthe The Los Angeles example Is worthy of Imitation especially in connec tion with the crusade that is so very badly needed in every community for tht elimination of the Objectionable billboardIIf the citizens and public officers ol a community could be shown by means of photographs how intolerable the poster nulsanca is it Is difficult to believe that they would long remain inert There is now no question in the minds of thoughtful observers that the presence of unsightly billboards Is incompatible with the presentation ItIison a dress suit Moreover public authorities are beginning to appreciate that not only are billboards det Itcommunityand property American materialism has not as yet stifled the love of beauty nor has it succeeded in convincing the world that ugliness is a necessary compo nent of beauty Mr Woodruff then cites some exam pIes of working methods in various parts of the country OutJy incinnatljhe Committee on Municipal Art of ythe Business Mens Club has compiled a list of offensive billboards within a cerain district and is making photographs of the particu lar objectionable ones and is request ing the users of these boards in the name f civic beauty to abandon this me5advertising The results htI2 qt encouraging so far in it2 iiaee Wis an Alderman Anderson by name tried an ordinance and then as a more effective way ob tained an option upon the billboards of the town anti lied the bnoxious signs obliterated In Tacoma Wash 30Q determined members of the North End Improvement Society used the boycott In conclusion the article discusses the legislative campaign to rid municipalities and towns of their unsightly billboards Says iSr woodruff The billboard certainly Is not gain Ing in popularity The revolt against the objectionable use of billboards is spreading day by day They are be ing attacked in various wa s and the lawmakers and taxingpowers are being resorted to rol and 4f possible eliminate them A num ber of bills were introduced in the re Legislaturelalong the local authorities power to license and tax them They were all defeated because the billboard promoters were for the time being stronger and better organized but the people who are the real opponents of the billboard are only awakening to their responsibilities in tht premises A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it Is so thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tells mothers everywhere to give it without hesitation even to very yqung babies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Sheops Cough Cule It calms the cough and heals the sore and sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant ex tract that helps to heal aching lungs Spaniards call this shrub which doctor uses The Sacred Herb Demand Dr Shoops Take no other Capital Pharmacy s Early Risers The famous little pills j OLD TAYLORI THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEYE H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietor t Frankfort Kentucky t rA SIGNIFICANT PRAYER 1May the Lord help you make Bucklens Arnica Salve known to all writes JG Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took the pain out of a felon for me and cured It in a wonderfully short time Best on earth for Bores burns and wounds 25cts auldruggists JAILERS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE The Executive Committee of the Jailers Association met in this citron Wednesday and approved the draft of two bills amending the laws in regard to these officials The first allows them compensation for caring for and providing fuel for the several courthoVses The oth er provides that all legal executions shall So electrocution and at the several penitentiaries rNHE FOUGHT AT GETTYSBURG David Parker of Fayette N Y who writeslElectricseveral years I had stomach forImedlcinethey lyave dons for tie Grand tonic for the aged and for female weakness Great altera tive and body builder best of all for lame back and weak kidneys Guar anteed by all druggists 50 cents Sold by all druggistsIi Ihsyrup for the II Leave t IMI DailyEx DailyEx Ex Fruit Ornamental Trees Shrubs Grape Vices AsparaguswEverything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on applicatioa H Hillenmeyer Sons Lexington Ky Oct 123- mLouisville Atlantic Railway EAST BOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains leave Versailles for Beatty ville and intermediate points at 700 a m and at 1200 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYj 1mediateleaves Richmond for Versailles and intermediate points at 415 The L C A and the Traction Line affords excellent service betwuo Frankfort and Nicholasvllle Rich mond Irvine Beatyville and intermediate points For further information address H R SMITH G P A Versailles Ky Oct 51 y LEXINGTON EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMARY OF TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE NOV 18 1907 b EASTBOUND WESTBOUND M No IIrave ISttlon il No 1I DailYEx II 111iar No3lDaily PM Ar 735 205 Lexington 955tfiO5 50Rlt9 Clay City 42199s457 Torrent JSH 518 Bcattyville Junction ft fOT 341t 300104H 251lLEi Junction Trains XoI nllll 9 will mnke connections witbtho c 0Rv for Mt Sterling Campton unction TlIIhlS Nos 1J and willconnect with the Wountttln Cen tllll R fur Pine Ridge and CllmptOI1 Den tt 11110 Jtl11ctl Trains Xos aull will lnnke connectJon nt vin BeattnilleOWA SCOlTGll1ernl A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY s No No F p m as SumStations INo No DailyEx Mir 4A 2J Lye P M LyelA 3L rlpMArl 9K 2851Jnekson1I 925 Junction 335 110 11t1543 158 Wilhuret Ui 1152 43t 1158 9741 122 HelVchnwn 7 715 105 Cannel City 545I 1222j 2i toJIr THeFianRtottRoiiailaDoiit t nnt Entered at the postollice at Frankfurt Ken tacit as secondclass mniluble nutter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT NOV 9 1907 ELECTION ECHOES Editor RoundaboutIWhen an election is over usual practice to forget the evil things thu have been done by either side as belonging to the realm of let bygone be bygones This is good philosophy In all matters that relate to the hasty expressions td irregularities to bully dug and deception and to the smart tricks to win success But there are transgressions of moral conduct denoting moral degeneracy f and turpitude Injurious to society and fOI1gottencause the young men are ple up to Imbibe evil lessons by exam Such conduct is illustrated in that charIncterstealing elections as in the case of a former high official who stood at the door of the election booth while two negroes who came in together swore they did not know how to mark their ballot for Hager and the Demo cratic ticket Who can doubt these InIducedload their consciences with a false oath M similar case in this line was the action of a leading society and legal luminary who visits a precinct and dishes out whisky and as believed did other things punishable under the statuteBut the worst exhibition probably clerlcjHeOne of those duties under the law is to keep his office open on election day and issue certificates to voters who have lost their certificates or had them destroyed Their right to 0 vota depends on these certificates At a previous election the county clerk had locked his door all day and ab sented himself or hid away from his office Prior to the recent election this fact was called 1o his attention by a gentleman of high standing and he was openlthat he would But on electlon day he locked his door absented himself and voters who applied to get the cer tificates to which they were legally en titled lost their votes His oath ofI impressIed ap1prmedI bullies and by dishonest politicians hut we doubt if it will meet the appro vat of any honest man of any party The stealing of the city mayoralty from Mr V Berberich under the forms of law by the stealing of the Gas House ballot box from the clerks office the disappearance of the Bai leys Mill stub book and the locked door of the county clerks office on two eSI1ahlishIt was such things that aroused the public anger and produced the po litical revolution in Kentucky TRUTH HOPE HE WILL LAND The many friends of A B Hammond of the enterprising firm of Hammond Co are urging his appointment- for the position of Inspector and Ex aminer Mr H is one of the best book keepers in the State and is well quail fled for the place He Is one of the old line Republicans and was one of the first to urge the nomination of Mr Willson for Governor INTERNAL REVENUE I November Assignments of storekeepers and gangers in the Seventh District of Kentucky No LStoll t Co Lexington Tno T Gum day j M Stevenson addi tional and bottling A G Leonard ganger No 2Kr River Distillery Prank fort WD UlaiuUnjr day J R Spiers rultlltlonil T H Murray additional YoH Sneed bottling F D ClarliI ganger No iI1 E Pogue Distilling C- olinysvilleFranlt Harting day P DJ Wells additional and bottling H GJ Holiday ganger No dW A Gaines Co Frank fortB McElroy day E B Davis additional W P Bacon additional CJ H Morgan additional S A Powell auger No 5Tas E Pepper Co Lex- ingtonAltos Griffith day F GJ Sparks additional and bottling J A Logan additional D C Berryman gauger No GPornb Brothers and Coj Maysville L F Brown storekeeper ganger No IS J Greenbaum Midway J W Black day R H Davenport ad ditional P G Powell additional PI P Parrish bottling A B Piper night W T Crosthwaite gaugeri No 10 Peacock Distillery Co Kisi ertonW G Cook day J D Shy ad ditional and bottling D C Berryman gauger No 19G G White Co ParlsJ adIdltionalCo Mt SterlingJ J Kearns day bott1lngIvilleW C Slye storekeeperganger No 32Jno T Barbee Co Ve- rsalliesC H Talbott day Geo T Mountjoy additional and bottling S D Pinkerton ganger No 33Geo Baker FrankfortC H Wickllffe day Speed F Owen ad ditional and bottling F L T Steele additional S A Powell gauger No 3iJno Cochran Co Frank forty B Anderson day L H Fin nell additional and bottling H T Gaines gauger No 9GJas E Pepper Co Yar nalltonT E Oldham day E F Darnaby additional and bottling T H Shelby gauger No 5Labrot Graham Frankfort E Craig day J T Berry addi tional and bottling S D Pinkerton ganger No 53E H Taylor Jr Sons Frankfort L L Lemaster dayP S Rule additional W L Baker addi SPjWillis gaugersItional L A Slade bottling D C Berryman gaugerfNo 9lJ J M Saffell Frank fortW A Hamilton day H S SinI clair additional and bottling F D Clark ganger No lOGW A Gaines R Co Frank fortB F Fannin day G W McCon nell additional Henry Newsom additional i H Whittington a ditional H C Everett additional D Harp ad ditional J M Tanner bottling C N jNofortW M Saffell day D B Wal cutt additional I T West addition ial R Strauss bottling C N Wiard gaugerINo OGJ N Blakemore Farmdale Geo P McCann and Geo P Scearce s toreI eepergau gels No 105 Buffalo Springs Distillery Co Stamping GroundR A Geers storekeeperganger J No 39iA J Conn Limestone J M Patrick storekeeperganger INo 349 Wagner Johnson Giro let Rolla Fannin storekeeper gauger No 353Peter Fannin Crockett J C Holbrook storekeepergauger Lexington Public Warehouse Co Lexincton A V Combs and W F 00000000000000000000000000o o Scoffr Emulsion strengthens enfeebled nursing mothers by increasing their fleshand 0 0 6 nerve force 6 It provides baby with the necessary fatS and mineral food for healthy growth 0A- LL DRUGGISTS 50c AND IOO rr0rMYYMYYrYrrY Croglmn storekeepergangers General Storekeeper LexingtonG- R Bullock Lexington Rectifying House Shan non Co Jas E Pepper Co S Strader SonT H Shelby ganger Frankfort Rectifying House J P Willlains S A Powell ginger 0 President James Wran Cleve of the National Association of Manufac hIrers believes nail iroely confesses that the large majority or the members of tie labor unions are law lbid ing publicspirited men It Is also belief that the incapable unfaith ful and corrupt leaders tit unions are to blame for most of the labor troubles which have been mid are being inflicted on the country In an address recently delivered at Battle Creek lIlchhe said that all good citizens should unite in remedy the abuses which the labor unions have perpetrated In order to supply the lack of apprentices which the labor unions have virtually abolished Influence should be brought to bear to have manual training departments theiprimarywhere boys from ten to fourteen years age would learn to handle most of the toots used in tile more important mechanical trades and there should lie established public industrial high schools open to boys who take the ananual training course In the primary schools and from these industrial high schools after a two OP tQreeyjaars course boys cquld graduate as firstclass mechanics This plan of making the education of the hand keep step with the edu cation of the iieacj in President Van Cleaves opinion would give the country mote and better mechanics than the dead and gone apprentice hip system eyer furnished AMERICAN INDUSTRIES The absolute lu aijityof abolishing the boycott aim d blacklist by ua tibiial and Stacy enactments was very forcibly outlined by President James W Van Cleave at the annual canyon tion of the Citizens Industrial Asso ciation at Battle Creek Michigan Mr Van Cleve who represents the most lmport assoIciation in believes that all labor union attacks on the freedom and the equality and the operation of the injunctions must be repelled and that the records of congressmen and State legHEJators oa industrial sued must Gclosely watched He goes even further arid says that It is vitally necessary vto nominate and elect regardless of politics men who legislate for the entire American peo orIimaglnarof the people- In his address President Van Cleve made the first Authoritative reply to the accusation that a federation of employers has been created to crush labor unions According to Mr Van Cleve nothing Is further from the purpose or the thoughts of the members of the federation Speaking for himself he said that In many addresses and newspaper magazine articles In the past fe years he hail insisted that workers had just as a right and just as large an Incentfveto organize as have employers Mr Van Clove added In every way any suca service could be rendered employers and citizens associations of all sorts should encour age the members of the labor societies theon their organiza tions were founded The visionaries the ignoramuses and the grafters who are in positions of power in many of the unions are the persons who are primarily responsible for the abuses reIEvery member of a union who is trying to cast off the yoke of officers Vwho discredit his society and disturb trade should receive the encourage ment of the community IAn immediate and important conse quence of the reformation of the labor unions would be collective bargaining Contracts would be safe between em players or organizations of employers on the one hand and organizations of workers on the other in which wages hours and other details of labor could be fixed for a term of years in advance During the time covered by the con tracts this would diminish the pretext for agitation among the restless spir Its in the unions trould give employ ers a chance to plan work for a few years ahead and would give confi denco and a stability to the business world which are lacking now P easanttOfcake 1l l PLYr Laxt1e5Yrup4Jit NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION a f Ask Your Doctor IiL i And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are jq r the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals mid their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a cure of such as iFBloatedYour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE t Tobacco Bellows Blowers Hoes Forks Spades I Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches t Scythe Stones Wheelborrows Thresher Machine Oil F Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches Pipe1 Sittings and Wrenchest FRANK G1 STAGGJlf rly== CapitolFoundry I 1 Machine Co Ii HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY i Dealers and Re inJMachinery and Machine Supplies of All KindsivBoth New and Secondhand INJ WE HAVE FOR SALEt t Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Roller J Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill Burrart200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONES ilI rif- y aYfliL bL tdj S it i DOCTORSMISTAAES 1 Aro said often to bo burled six feet under ground But many times women call on their family physicians suffering as they Imagine ono from dyspepsia another from heart disease another from liver or kld xcy disease another from nervous pros tration another with pain hero and there anti In this way they allko to themselves and their easygoing or over bllS doctor separate diseases for which t lie bo real prescribes his pilltsuandpotions In arc all only tsjiniptoms by some uterine Tho7h ician iRnorant of the 4cuusc of suirermpRHCPS upTHitrciitrncnt until are nl T patient gets no bctterJ as the treatment but lro worn FfInrHHJrlhnvl ur v r 1f t Isease t lOro by Tiapc 11ISUCSSlllg symp toms and instituting comfort instead of prolonged misery It has been well said that a disease known Is half cured Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is a scientific medicine carefully by an and skillful physician SastemItTootS and Is perfectly harmless In c1iects trt urn elllll Part u u tcmcr t fliHicin As a powerful invigorating tonic Fa vorlto Prescription Imparts strength to the whole system to tho orirans dis t tinctly feminine Inpartlcular For over worked tated nwornouttrundown debili seamstresses slop girls housekeepers nursing mothers nut feeble women gen orally Dr Piercos Favorite Prescription is tho greatest earthly boon being un t1 equaled as an appetizing cordial and ro Ii storatlvo tonic As a and strengthening nerv ine Favorite Prescription Is and is Invaluable In and sub irritabilityFdance and other distressing nervous symptoms commonly upon J and organic disease of tho W uterus It Induces slee and relieves mental and despondency Dr Piercos Pleasant Pclldts Iml orato tho stomach liver and bowels Ono to thrcn a rloso Eisv to takn as randy HE PLAYED FIREBALL Visitor in This City Knows all About the Once Popular and Excit ing Game I have played fireball many and many a time and I will tell you about it said Capt S 1Swift of Spring Jleld Mass who is visiting Geo D Scott at No 37 Washington street Capt Swift is S3 years old and he told The Times reported that he does not remember of seeing a game of fireball In seventy years- I saw that piece in The Times the other day about the ordinance against ill playing fireball in the square in your city back in 1818 Many a great time have I had playing the game when I was a lad in my native town of Co- lchester In this State but seventy years ago the game wasavery popu bar and exciting one all over the State In old times you know people burned open oil lamps and candles and made a lot of their own candlest and there was a lot of wicking around in those days We used to take that wicking and wind 4t up into a ball sis large as a modern football and 4d- then we would soak it in a bucket of turpentine When tile ball was soaked t through and full we would carry it into the street at night and touch a match to itand then the game was 1on for whoever wanted to join in the Isport Tile follows would kick It and catch it and throw it much like they do football these days By dexterous billdwas a great ment of excitement in the game Strips of wicking would fall off some times a couple of feet together and- the street would be Utterly lined with lire and the fun was simply something great t After explaining that there was no lement of contest in these exhllerat ing pyrotechnics Captain Swift told The Times reported about a little party that he had had this summer The Captain had been spending the season at Crescent Beach among old friends and he with four others had 1been having good times One day f Captain Swift gave a little party and the five of them had a group photoJ 1graph taken while sitting on the 4Mporch of his cottage The ages of the five totalled 418 years The four old cronies wore Lymo residents and the party was made up as follows Cap tain Ira Beebe years Captain An son Crocker 85 years Mr Levee 84 I years Captain S W Swift 83 years Captain Richard Beebe 81 years The other old friends Captain Franklin Warren and Captain Horace Dennison wanted to go to tho party and get tho picture but they wore only 78 4 tmrs old each and Captain Swift jr says ho and the four refused to lot Jall youngsters into tho party oewiHsi Early Risers The famous little pills tt J t STATE DEVELOPMENT The Sixth Annual State Develop ment Convention which will be held In Louisville on the IJth 20th mid 21st of this month will probabiy stir pass In Interest any event of the sort ever held in Kentucky v Strenu oils efforts are being put forth uy tue local Committee of Arrangements ill Louisville and the members ol the executive Committee ot the Ken tucky State Development Association throughout the State Invitations are dally being sent to the well known speakers on all topics of Interest throughout the coun try and the latest acceptance re ceived is from the Hon James Me jCrenry Senator McCreary as Is wen known has devoted considerable time and attention in tho United Stated Senate to the subject of the Panama Canal and he has therefore consented- to address the convention on tho sub ject of the Panama Canal and its effect on the trade and industries o the Southern States The fact that Senator lcCrear s services have been obtained for th convention is a matter of much grati fication to President E J McDermbtt and his assistants He is greatly pressed for time but agreed to spell because of the importance of this gathering of representative Ken tuckians Much work s being done by Commltees on Invitation and Dele gates Throughout the State hun dreds of prominent men have been urged to take a part in the work o securing a proper representation on the floor of the convention from each- county and a gratifying interest has been shown The relation of the press to th progress of Kentucky will rocely- considerable attention on tip pro gramme of the convention and r Lew B Brown President of the Ken tucky Press Association Is to make a speech on this subject Mr Browns knowledge of hits topic is intimate ant his discussion of the subject should do much to harmonize the efforts of the press and other various factors in Kentuckys progressIIt is the earnest wish of the con ventlon workers to have on hand a big gathering of Kentuckys men to hear these profltabledlscusslonsI The fin ever made has recently been produced b Dr Shoop of Racine Wis You don have to boll it twenty or thirty min utes Made in a minute says th doctor Health Coffee is really the closest coffee imitation ever yet duced Coffee imitation is made fromIpure toasted cereals or grains malt nuts etc Really it would an expertwere he to unknowingly drink it for coffee Capital Pharmacy ADVERTISED LETTERS The following Is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frankfort Ky postofflce for the week end ing November 12th Barber Owen- Berberich A Bowman Louis Coppers John Wally Miss KatherIne Dunihue Graham Evans Sam1 Gillins Rubard Henry Green Mrs Frank P Harris Mrs Martha Harrod Miss Minerva Henderson Miss Mary Lewise Sesle Luca Mrs Rue Maher P Manley Mrs Jake Moody Mrs Sallle- PJnkers Mrs E W 7 Plercean Miss Wllllamby Ray W It anti J B Rorer Miss Nora F Shop Fames Henry Shunk W 11 Simmons Dudley Stanlly Mrs Ann P Stoves J CiTate Cleveland Taylor Miss Bottle Wagner Tames Wallace Mrs Maggie Ward E D Ward Miss Emma Williams Wm H Wilson Mrs Sallle When calling for any of the abov letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M DeWitts Little Early Risers are the best pills made They do no gripe Sold by South 8 Co I fr 1f STATE DEVELOPMENTI Plans for the Gth Ann il Kentucky Slate Development C6nvuon to be held In Louisville on Inber 19 20 and 21are rapidly n t rug and acceptances aro being llCJ front eminent speakers who 1V6 been in vited to take part in the v ram Ever lino of industry ili be given duo attention on the pro un speak ers of wide renown diseasing topics which are now occupying the minds of time citizens of Kentucky A local committee on arrangements composed oi a dozen leaulng business men of Louisville has the work In charge and it is evident at this tithe that tht 6th annual State Development meetiIng of all Low railroad rates have been practically secured by the com mittee on transportation under chairmanship of W A Russell general passenger agent of the L N Ry Co land the hotels are being prepared adfvance in rates Letters of invitation are being mailed dally to leading citi expectedethat there will be at least six hun contentiou Forest conditions in the Appalach ian Range and in Kentucky In partic ular will be discussed by W L Hall Assistant to the Chief of the United hasehind charge of the recent investiga tion into the luard wood situation and hq Is well prepared to teach Ken confservations of their forests bynW M t Secretary of Agriculture Wilson Other topics coveredFgoodewill accure to State through the medium of the convention A HARD DEBT TO PAY I owe a debt of gratitude that can never bo paid off writes G S Clark of Westfleld Iowa for my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Dls cover Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed imminent when I commenced taking New Dls jcovery The ominous dry hacking cough quit before the first bottle was used and two more bottles made a complete cure Ncithlng has ever 1equaled New Discovery for coughs corn60 cents and 1 1al bottle free druggistse ON THE NEW INDIA IOn November 26th at the chapel of Episcopal Church under the au KaInngawill lecture upon conditions in his country Mr Rultman will be interest- Ing to the public generally as well as missionary societies Admission 25 cents Lecture to b gin at 8 p m 2t 6rIp S Grim Grasp Caused Heartli erseIr Could Not Lie On Left Side DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me BirminghamAlaas followsIt the greatestpleasure that I ommend Dr Miles Ntline and Heart- Cure I only wish that I could tell every sufferer how much good they have done me Last winter had a severe attack cf La Grippe which left my heart in a very bad I could not lie down the mothering spells that would almost over come me and feeling ofoppression around my heart I had not beenso that could on left side for n long time got our Heart Cure and took three bottles I have no trouble now withtmy heart and rightFormerlyous prostration so many rem gettingnerves of heart were so that sometimes it would lose bats so it would seem to stop altogether It was on the ad vice of a lady friend I tried Restor ative Nervine I felt better after the first andeperson My heart is all right and my nerv ousness is all I never fail to recom mend it to others afflicted as I was All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies send for free book Addreut beeniuWduAU arc is for Oil It is nor Its is its It It It P It J I H 1 It the and room in to a or turkey it ns neat as any It is and a fuel saver are be sold are Cast Iron and it last for by CO Box 2745 VA are out free on by Dr Wis are to the without a cost the of this to as Dr Ca by Capitol t t has been made under his per supervision its Allow no one to deceive you in Counterfeit Imitations find Justasgood but ofInfantsWht is CASTORIA ICastoria harmless substitute Castor dad Soothing Syrups Pleasant ItJcontains neither Opium Morphine substance ago guarantee destroys Worms and allays Feverishness cjirfis Diarrhcea and Wind Colic relieves etlting T1nles cures Constipatioll and Flatulency assimilates tho Food regulates the Stomach and BoAvclS giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens PanaccaTho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS St the Signature of The KM You tee Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE BEST BBEAD IS MADE FROM PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR SK YOUR GROCER For Hay Straw Salt Seeds Potatoes anti Produce Call On HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET IIBoth Phones Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and Heater IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY warms coldest largest ousyhousewifefrom light rolls Thanksgiving Christmas Still looks just heater made airtight great Thousands ing Tliousandsofhousekeepers enthusiastic Fine tops bottoms making years without repairs Made only UNION STOVE Inc RICHMOND Trial Catarrh treatments being mailed request Shoop Racine These tests proving people pennys great value scientific prescription known drug gists everywhere Shoops tarrh Remedy Sold Pharmacy and sonal since infancy this Pare other Narcotic Bears IT HEATSAND COOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove ror the Home Ever Made u 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 tho controll ing nerves of the stomach etc Capt tol Pharmacy k Conscientious Watches i iq I saythat J For that reason if for no other a fully warranted watch is a necessity to whether the case be plain silver or diamondset solid goldIOur Watche are fitted with ELGIN WALYtIAM HAMILTON and a special line of high grade imported WatchestEvery one is fully guaranteed and any fault wilt be cheerfully rectified M A SELBERT JEWELERIF YOU MUY IT AT KtBERTS ITS GOOD 1 H DqMILES4 ANTIPAIN PILLS I t FORN- EURALGIA SCIATICARHEUMATISM BACKACHE PAIN IN CHEST DISTRESS IN STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS MARRIED t PARRENTHALBERfIn this cIty on Wednesday Mr Harry M Parrent and Miss Nancy Halbert were married by Rev Jos 11 Severance iMr Parrent Is the capable and ef ficient bookkeeper for Messrs Labrot Graham and is a fine popular young man His bride is a pretty and lov ble young woman The young people srleft that night on a wedding trip We hearty congratulations MAXFIELDBROUGHTON In this 111Maxfieldwere marrd by Judge J H Pol grove DAILEYTHOMPSON this coun ty on Wednesday Mr John R Daile and Miss Lilie Thompson were mar red SCHNEIDER HAWKINS In this acity Mr Otto Schneider and Miss Margaret Hawkins were married by Rev C R Hudson BAD WRE0K The C O west bound freigh- train met with a bad wreck at Yar nallton on Wednesday morning Th cars left the track and were IIroadThe C 0 passenger trains went by way of the Louisville Southern Transfers were made by tote L N passenger trains but all transpo- tation was badly delayed Weak KidneysWe- ak Kidneys surely point to weak kidney thStomachitself bu in the nerves that control and guide isaaloneIfutilet Well urinIcaldsorisdark s of Brights or other or dangerous kid pey disease tryDr Shoops Restorative a month weoDr Sheep RostofativeCAPITOL CTti r V Frr t t IIrRho t Headache HERE AT HOME Frankfort Citizens Gladly Testify And Confidently Recommend Doans KidneyPills It is testimony like the following that has placed Doansx Kidney Pills so far above competitors When peo pie right here at home raise their leftafor doubt Read the public statment of a Frankfort citizen Mrs Margaret Weitzel of 318 Mero street Frankfort Ky says For a number of years I suffered from persistent aching across the small o my back and through the kidneys At thatsI could hardly sit still get up or down or lift anything even of ordinary weight like a kettle of water At couldynot rest and when I first rose in the morning I felt tired an- secretions d worn out The kidney were irregular highly colored and dig tressing and on standing deposited a heavy sediment I saw Doans Kid hey Pills advertised procured a boat x J W Gayles drug store and be gan to use them In a few days I noticed that the secretions had assum paints me as as I ever did Nothing pleases me favodr For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States nameDoansanr COUNTRY RESIDENCE BURNED liIh1sonered to be on fire occasioned by nI coal oil stove in the kitchen and in a few minutes the house was totally destroyed involving a loss of about 4000 upon which there was an inj surance of 2000 The house vas the old home of the Gibson family and was erected inj 1825 It was a brick house It has been the scene of much lavish hospitality in the long ago iA small part of the furniture was issued by the hard work of neighbors who came to help as soon as the fire was discovered Mr Gibson and his estimable wife have the sympathy of many friends in their misfortune I = r jt TAKEONE of the Little Tablets ANI THE PAIN is GONE BEATMS BEID At the residence of her daugbier Mrs Luther Burdin on Wednesday Mrs Zach Reid aged 50 years very suddenly of pneumonia Mrs Reid was a devout member of Evergreen Baptist Church She was a good woman beloved by all who knew hersShe leaveSa devoted husband two sons and two daughters to mourn her death conductedfRev L T Wright assisted by Rev J H Burdin from the First Baptist Church a this city and the remains were laid Ihvay In our cemetery Sincere sympathy is extended for the bereft REMEMBER THIS IMrs Wlggs otthe Cabbage Patch assisted bythe Junior Auxiliary of Ascension Church will give a party at the Parish House on the afternoon of Friday November 15th Mrs Wiggs will have cabbages for sale and each cabbage will contain a pretty present Miss Hazy and Lovey Mary will assist Mrs Wiggs in receiving her friends and a jolly good time Is promised to every one who goes to their party They hope especiallythe ourIThomas A Edison the great Ameri can inventpr says Fully eighty per cent of the illness of mankind comes from eating Improper food or too toIloverIndUlge every case The stomach can do just so much work and no more and when you overload it or foodithedo the work demanded of them It lIs at such times that the stomach needs help It demands help and also warns you by headaches belching sour stomach nausea and Indigestion You should attend to this at once by taking something that will actually do the work for the stomach Kodol will do this It Is a combination of natural digestants and vegetable acids and contains the same juices found in a heathy stomach It Is pleasant to take It digests what you eat Sold by south 8 Co- F i f1i t If you hav- eHeadache Try Onecm 710 Iic11 11QUicklyf bad Aftereffects 1W7z t 25 Doses I i J 25 CtNever Sold in Bulk Z I FLORIDA AND- NEW ORLEANS dI ViA Imu t Ij For Information and list of Hotels address trrY H eKING P ft T 111 Main S Lexington Ky i FARM FOR SALE i Thirtyfive acre farm for sale cheap Inquire of E C Onan or Miss Jennie Hawkins 1004 E Washington street Ky Oct 2G3t V XDO IT TODAY And to think that ten months ago I looked this I owe it to German Syrup qThe timeworn injunction Never put off til tomorrow what you can do to day is now generally pre nted in this formII Do it today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks qTake some reliable remedy for it TODAY and let that remedy be Dr Boschee9 German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely qNo matter hoWI deepseated your cough even if dread consumption attacked your lungs German effect a cure a flsparently hopeless cases of lung trouble 4New sac regular me 750 At all druggists For sale by J W Gayleto 4l t t i r ltlbJ f 4t 1 WITI1out CHANGEf QUEENCRECCENTRflUTEWinter I a C Li ouisville Chesapeake Ohio Ry t subfeet Limited for Louisville NasliTille MeL phis West tied Southwest 920 1 M and 614 P M DanILimited For lJliladelphla Point and Norfolk 1010 111 and 801 P M Dallyit23lyr ATTENTION FARMERS Our farmer readers are requested t to read the advertisement In another place of the great clubbing arrangement wtiich we have made with tho r American Farm World whereby we are enabled to offer these two papers Roundabout and American Farm World for the price of tho Rounda bout alone This is a splendid chance for farm ers to have a good farmers journal Applyto price and their home paper for the same 1 Oct 2GtftIrlTrialmailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are l proving to the peoplewIthout a pen ys costthe great value of this tligiststarrh Remedy Sold by Capital Phar macy tft 1J tft tef Fall AnnouncementI r r Our stock of the various articles is the most complete to be found in this city Dont fail to see dur line ofV 1V v Il t 4 H i e ARIZONAd a I q I cookAND k p VVV- t wMeat Choppers all kinds and prices Carving Sets- Butchers e Clevers Butcher knives J J r i ElectricWelded and Poultry Spotting Goods of all Kinds Consisting of 1 4 DoubleBarrel Shot Rifles and SingleBarrel Shot Guns A- irfRifles Powder and Shot Winslow Rink Skates Steel Roller Side lWalk Skates Smokeless Black Powders Loaded Shells Our 4IDepartment Miss Scissors and Shears pair guar anteed Rogers 1847 Knives Forks I Griffon Carbon Mag netic Razors Rogers and WostenholmPocket J Knives Gillette Safety Razors Swift Safety IiIRazors Ii Fence For Horses Hogs Mock Guns Fibre and every Table Coal Oil Heating Stoves 350M 5 HEATINGV JV STOESV Pittsburgh Rochester Silver Nickled Ware Chafing Dishes 300 to 1200 Baking Dish es X150 to 600 Soup Toureens400to 600 Coffee Pots Tea Pots Cake Trays Fruit BasVkets Pitchers Tea Sets and Trays all shapes and sizes PCSOWRRCO307309 Main Street Hardware Merchants Both Phones I I i f J f i J P 1 r ttI itI3 I 4 L 4 4 SPECIAL DISPLAY 1 CF- LONG it WEARING SFIOES FORBOYS AND GIRL nuz I n The boys and girls shoe department at the McClure store is a wonderfully busy one Made so by three factsy inlooksmanystyles i i The McClure Footform Shoe for BoysIMade on a broad toe last which lows the foot perfect freedom at all times Maclefbf glazed coltskill or box calf with extra heavy soles viscolized to make them waterproof A shoe which will wear and allow 1 your boys feet to grow as they should Prices about the same as for the usual kind of shoes JO ti S235 2i to 5Ji 250 The McClure Special Boys 250 Welt Shoe These shoes come in several styles and leathers in sizes 13 t05They are made by the makers of our mens Regent shoes have plumpft1 posiIany they are easy on the feet Every pair guaranteed i fr RK McClure SOnSE JINGE F r xt PEA RIDGEIi Miss Della Tracy whom we all thought was lost returned home yes ttrday and we are glad to see the belle of Pea Ridge once more LostWonder what has become of Mr Bolen Evans He has sold his little crop of corn raised on his little farm on Pea Ridge for a young calf and ten cents Reward Is offered ta the one who finds him I guess yon can find him over about Benson for toe last that was seen of Mr Evans he was going over the hill with his calf by the tail Say friends dont you all feel sorry for Mr We are glad to EvansIVarner spent the day only friend on Pea Ridge colored man Will Miss 13sonIbeen sick for some time we are glad to say is almost well Mr and Mrs Allen Conway wer the guests of his sister Mr and 115I J Robert Sudduth Wednesday night Mr and Mrs Donovan and children are visiting in Lexington this week Mr Chester Lacefield and friends Misses Edith and Lilafred Edge were out driving Thursday evening People on Pea Ridge are expectin- a big wedding What has become of Blue Belle Bensonite Black Eyes Uncle Sammy TJno We would be pleased to hear from all once more Wonder what has become of Miss May Wilson nazi also of Mr Poll Conway We havent seen them on Pea Ridge for some time NELLIE GRAY y There Is nothing btttor for stom ach troubles than Kodol which con tains the same juices found In a fineI healthy stomach Kodol is offered o t a guarantee plan for the relief rI heart burn flatulence sour stomach belchIng of gas nausea and all othe stomach troubles So at times whe you dont feel just right when you hemt4rb aches or when you have no ambition r and you aro cross and irritable tak a little Kodol It digests what you eat It will make you healthy Sold t by South Cot i1 I j r j ft 11 GREATIIbig hearted broadminded Cob IThe W Caperton the great finan Madison closed his speech of Icier historical Interest by Introduc ling Senator James B McCreary He spoke of the Senators achievements and his being a Madison county son but with pride he exclaimed He Is morehe is a descendant of those pioneers of Boonesborough He like myself has the blood of the peerless Estills And sir addressing the Sen kinsImanatorYou 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 have ofeorder These little stomach troubles are signs of Indigestion which may veryITake some good reliable and safe dyspepsiagthe best remedy known today for heart burn belching and all troubles arising from a disordered dl Bastion It Is pleasant to take and affords Co relief promptly Sold by South LOSES FINE HORSE We regret to loam that Mr Henry Wright of the Evergreen neighbor hood was go unfortunate as to have a fine horse belonging to him killed on 30thI was andpored man came driving out the pUre horsening It The young man had given al most all the road and was against the fence when the negro drove into him aeA S TO HIABears Signature of tZlhB 1ri l7r Aj L The McClure Special Girls Welt Shoe This is an unequalled shoe for the girls Made of vici kid in button and blucher styles welt sewed making the insoles perfectly loatheljtlas the usual stores ask for the clumsy McKay sewed shoes Sizes 5 to S S175 tSizes 8J to 1O 200 it Sizes 111 to 2 200 i Sues 91 to 5 r 25O2 r Ifk Bring your child to McOlures this week and find out that there are good shoes and comfortable hoes for children at moderate prices PORRTEDI- k y When the baby Is cress and has you worried and worn out you will find that a little Cascas Weel the well known remedy for babies and children will quiet the little one In a short time The ingredients are printed plainly on the bottle Con tabs no opiates Sold by South Co Dr Condition rowaera are just what a horse needs when in bad purHierupvermifuge pUThorse 3 i cents per package for sale by J W Gayle and Le Compte Gayle BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBANLINES IFRANKFORT DIVISION Cars will leave t enter for Ver sallies at Ga m 8a m10 a m 12 m 2 p m 4 p m and 6 p m Cars will arrive from Versailles at 8 a m 10 a m 12 m 2 p m 4 p m 6 p m and 8 p m SUNDAY SCHEDULE Cars will run every hour beginning at 6 a m and ending at 6 p m toI Versailles From Versailles to this city cars run every hour from 7 a m to 7 p m IParis Division Leav Lexington every hour from 6 a in to p m ii ml nt 9 and 11 p m Leave Parts every hour from 0 a in to 7 p in and 10 ji m Georgetown Division Loaves Lexington every hour from 080 n in to 780 pm nnd ntO nndll pm Leave Lifivu Gl1mgetown every Hour from 010 a in to 815 p m and nt 10 p m Versailles Division Learn Lexington from center ever hour from 0 a m to 0 p m nnd nt 0 and p m Leave Versailles very hour from 545- n m to 040 p m and nt SjlOnnd 10 p m E T Phone CIO Homo Phone 174 vV gUNNjianager2tf j If ft d411i11AriQJ i v l J Ij h JJHighrfconclusionthat is firstclass and will give perfect satisfaction drop us a card and we will call to see you We know we cano topportunity S IeVERSAILLES KY I IHPresident Sec and 1JcasA 7l genulnLaxativetin rnmerty thnf rr4 n roll in one day KennedysLaxative Cough Syrup Relieves Colds by working them out of the system through a copious and healthy action of the bowelsIRelieves coughs ty cleansing the mucous membranes of the throat chest and bronchial tubes As pleasant to the taste as Maple Sugar Children Like It IFor BACKACHEWEAK Try Kidney and Bladder PillsSure and Safa Sold by South Co 6s fijt tt J v 9 1J liii oJ H 1 Hotel Business For Sale J A small but convenient and f centrally located hotel business for sale at n bargain Leased for a term of three years For a i 1tlCulursLcxingtouKyOct KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr K Ing StDiscoveryI I 111 AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTCR OR MONEY REFUNDED J i L fit I t 1 I 1r JL t rJ 4hH 1iir