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HE FRAN FORt A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY rtli JXXXLFR 9i 1 V GEORGE SALENDERI Staple andFanc tions Cigars and Country No 610 Second St ProduceINew Phone 517 June 16Om rrKDAKS I LGCOMPTE G GAYLE COa J Incorporated South Side EBNER CI8U Main Street j 16GmLAUNDRY Jt The M N Laundry alms do the best work in the State All work called for and delivor od E G NELL Agent Office fcaStClnir St Up Btairs J15Gm w LUMBINGhen in netdof firstclass now old HiinUnry work call on ins Whiiehead 104 St rett Beady at all times ClairIrives to suit the most oth Phones 105 Juno Ii i rho F1t Coliy J Manufacturers of Pure Artificial Ice made from Distilled Water pK Factory Nos 102 104 106 and 108 Street Phones 89 aud 89 f11Ialn largest and best equipped In the State June 16Om SAD ACCIDENTAL KILLING A peculiarly sad accident fesultei in death near Mllville oil Monday Anight that tWo boys fccoushi Irseems chums by the names of Mlllard Shaw and Leonard Whltting ton were hunting rabbits on the side of a hill They saw a rabbit go Into a bunch of bushes and grass Young Whlttlngton ran to the upper side of the thicket to watch for the game while young Shaw remained below In the dusky Whittington thought h saw his game and flered He was al most paralyzed when young Shaw fell screaming to the ground He went at once to his chums as lstarice ant seeing that the charge of shot hat entered Shaws chest and face at once summoned aid Shaw was taker to his home but all that Dr Dorsej could do did not prevent the fata outcome and ho died that night The boys were respectively of the age of ten and fifteen years young Whlttlngton being the elderIVhlttlngton Is almost crazed bj the accident as he ancj Shaw were inseparable companions Shaw was the son of Mr Sam Shaw and Whittington was the son of Mr Alonzo Whittington- The funeral of Shaw was held Tuesday afternoon and the remain- were burled In the family buryin- ground of his grandfather Mr Joshu- i R Shaw A HARD DEBT TO PAY I owe a debt of gratitude that ca never be paid off writes GS Clark of Westfield Iowa for my reset frpm death by Dr Kings New Discovery Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed imminent when I commenced taking New Discovery The ominous dry hacking cough quit before the first boftlo was Mised and two more bottles made complete cure Nothing has ever equaled New Discovery for coughs colds and all throat and lung com plaints Guaranteed by all druggists r 60 cents and 1 bottle f For sale by hit druggists vV BUYS LIVERY STABLE Mr RmesW SJiackelford of this h county has purchased from Mr W JFHearno his livery and sale stable Vion Ann street and has taken posses- Sion of the same The price is n private onl t fIr SOUTH PHARM 43 Bridge St s llSlde 1 FRANKFORT KY juno 15Cm Both Phones 17 Gauital Stoam tllllliY Office Cor Main and Ann Sts Laundry Foot of Ann St FRANKFORT 3vY Juno In Addition to LUMBER- we sell the Celebrated Ham mor Pain and the best Wall Plaster made Invincible HAMMOND CO junel5omW SCOTTOW Country Produce a Specialty Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Both Phones Cor 2nd Bridge Streets Juno 153- mJOB PRINTING AT T1 EjROUNDABOUT STATE ELECTION COMMIsSION TO MEETI I I Mr J Morgan Chinn the president of the State Board of Election Com missioners has called a meeting oi that body for Monday next November 18 for tIle purpose of canvassing anti certifying the result of the State election If the returns from all the coan ties are not llln and adjournment can be taken until the week following Judge D Gray Falconer of Lexington and JudgeC R McDowell oi Danville are the other members ol the board METHODIST BAZAAR Dont forget that the good Sister of the Methodist Church will give their bazaar and supper which wll be held at the Courthouse on the evening of Friday December 6th Lots of nice things will be for sale and then a delicious supper all at reasonable prices Santa Clause supplies will be on hand also 6- Oa IS r RBears tie- Blgnatuie of n tea at Cn gI erH G Have you a Gis i get one ut oleo and SL dnt Call on u for a port light priceGThe CapMal Gas Electric Juno 15Om Light Ch Incorporated Tho South Side Meat Market I 11 The Best Roof Lamb Veal an Pork Fresh and Smoked SauJ sage Sliced Ham o and Fish in Season I juno 15Om NEVILLE COLLINS Liquors and Where to Buy Themll The Hure Food will not affect us We alwa and alwavs will soil nothi Straight Liquors at r GJEO B SAi13NlEIt 45 Every thing bnt the color out in the wash if done The Troy Laundry JOHN W QAYLE Agent Juno 156m PRISONERS ESCAPE BUT ARE RE CAPTURED Two prisoners In the county Jail by the names of Thomas Grant and Price Stewart took french leave on Friday evening just after our paper went to press was under 11 years sen IStewart killing J F Dailey but his case had been appealed Grant was charged with forgery The men strange tr say went to the old neighborhood In which Stewart had been raised and from thence to Vercallles Shortly after their arrival they were recognized and Sheriff Wlnn and his deputies took them In charge Saturday morning and Jailer Bridges Saturday afternoon they were brought here over ilfe Interurban Line by Deputy McDonald and lodged In cells from which they will not soon be released It is thought the men had help from the outside ln unlocking the iron door but of course It is not known how they got out IOAST iBean IBlgniuro d zsnI IJust received another new stol of I LADDERS From 10 to 80 feat long Wo have Building Lumber of nil 3Jdnlsin stook Your trade is appr- eciatedHAMMOIO4COZ vz J programial tluea which elsewhere Wt11it tailored of cloth ins beautiftt ur edwith velvetinithrho quarter lc he with loose back d i s Coats 500 f Misses Coats made of plain colored Alt1 mixtures 600 to 1260 r uits 2500 tI In such fine quality was never be these 2500 suits Here ate lined with silk fJJ 2500 Other extra yaluesrj s DOO d for 000 are these elegantr ffs 500 to 4500 Fine Muffs at 600 to 8000 Extratti Cravats at from 260 to 8500 CIN BRO AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY 1 4143 ST CLAIR ST tr SESSION OF QUARTERLY COURT COURT HELD Judge Polsgrove held a session ofn the Quarterly Court during several days of this week and many cases of an unimportant nature were disposed of during the sittings No cause of special interest came upi for adjudi c t1onISThe finest coffee substitute ever made has recently been produced by1J Dr Snoop of Racine Wis You dont have to boilit twenty or thirty minutes Made ina minute says the doctor Health Coffee is really the closest coffee Imitation ever yet prod ced Coffee imitation is made from pure toasted cereals or grains wIth malt nuts etc Really it would fool an expcrtwere he tg unknowingly drink It for coffee Capital Pharma cy INOVELTY STORE five and ten cent stoke which will be opened in the storeroom formerly occupied by the S D Johnson Co on Main street one day next week by Messrs Kagin Bro promises to be one ot the largest establishments of the kind ever started In the Capital City Already many hundred cases of goods have been received and are now being opened up and placed in position on the shelves The well known liability of the Messrs Kagin gives ample guarantee that the yubllc will get a square deal at the new place COUNTRY PLACE BURNS The residence known as the Tog ler Place Just above the city on Lho river and lately occupied Deputy U S Marshal N I McDaniel but since occupied by Messrs W P Bud Smith Co contractors on the Highland Railway was burned to the ground on Sunday afternoon about two oqlock The loss was about 2000 We do not know whether ttYwas insured or not a Dr Wcaver Treatment 1 BjnppurUIoa tho blood Ceritoheala akIn fleas i When the stomach heart or kid 1 neys get weak then these organs al ways fall Dont drug the stomach I Jt stimulate trae heart or kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get aAlprescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restora it tire TheRestorative is prepared ex pressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them JI with Dr Sheep s Restorative tab 1 lets or liquid and see how quickly jJj will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop RacineJt t rrthisl FORTY HOURS DEVOTIONS Two Passionlst Fathers assisted Father T So Majorand Father ONeal In the celebration of forty hourS deivotlons at the Church of the Good l Shephred from Wednesday morning at 9 oclock until Friday morningaLarge congregations attended these services t as is known has not been attempted beforetIt Is elementary and practi cal like much of the correspondence work given by the Universityand designed to be helpful to the meuJand women who seek a better educa tion but can not go to school I ACCIDENT QN INTERURBAN Mr George Snedley who lives near Fort Spring In Woodford county jumped from a ballast car of the inter urban Line near that place on Sate urday slipped and fell his foot ex twlr tending under the car The r emberrti f was crushed The young man was i r an employe of the road Ho was ta rItcn to the hospital in Lexingtonewhere hit foot was ampu- tatedCASTOR I AfFo-rInfants and Children The Kind Yoirfae Always Bought IBears the of c2 A i il1g Specials 1W0a PERS Mr Sam A Georgetown this Mr H K Ward of Versalnwwas 1n the city on Saturday Mrs Wm Cromwell has returned from a visit to Cincinnati- Mr I Walter Crady has returned trom a visit to Buffalo Ky Rev J R Zelgler and wife visited friends at Ashland this week Miss Josie Hughes left Wednesday for a visit to Texas relatives Mrs A G Jeffers has returned tram a visit to Meade county Miss Lilian Hunter was the guest of Miss Llda Edelen this week Mr J Swigert Taylor is home from a business trip to Chicago Ills Mrs Jas R Shaw letf Wednesday ior Springfield Mo to visit her sis terCapt Jesso Graddy and wife of Versailles were visitors here on Sat urday Mr Albert H McClure bas returned from a business trip to New York City Miss Pattie Burnel Miss Fannie Crittenden left Monday for Ashland 1AMr WO Davis of Versailles was inthe city on legal business Tuesday Miss Mary Belle Taylor has return ed from a visit at Tyron North Caro algaMrs q Ernest Crutcher and son of Lexington are guests of relatives hereI Mrs Bertha Mims who has been the guest of Mrs Wm Cromwell has gone to TexasiMiss Lily Benckhart of Lexington was the guest of Mrs Austin J Lynch this week Mrs W P Williams of Irvine was the guest of her mother Mrs S C aBull this week Dr H B Innes of Render is the guest of his brother Mr W T Innes near Peaks M11L Proto J B Crabbe Superintendent f of Public Instruction elect was In the cly on Thursday Mr J Smith Hays of Winchester j was the guest of his uncle Gen N JB Hays this week Rev W Q Vreeland of Louisville was tho guest of his motherf Mrs Vreeland this week Mrs C Gran Graham of Lexing ton was the guest of her sister Mrs Mollie Thomas this week Mr R R Parsons of Lexington was the guest of her daughter Mrs O B Demaree this week Mr Arthur Scott of Lexington was the guest of his parents Col James A Scott and wire this week Mr Walter G Chapman wife and Children left Monday for Tyron N 3to be gone several months Mrs Harvey M Bain of Lexington was the guest of her brother Mr John C Mastin on Saturday i Mr A Gabo Addams former Clerk Col called to Centof his b Miss = n8 La who hasthS E Tames Li D I forCol andMr A for Trlgg tlon Rev Lewis N vllle was the gues r Mrs Ed Porter ThompSTTB Sr this Fred Sutterlin and wife and Mr G E Kagin were called to Gus ton Ky by the illness of Mrs Louisa Neft Miss Nellie McEwlng pf Beech mont was the guest of her mother Mrs Sam McEwing Broadway this week Mrs Perkins and Mrs Mary Lebetwere guests of Mr John M Perkins and wife East Main street this week Mrs M B Adams and sons left Thursday for a visit to her parents Mr A It Marshall and wife In Mason county Superintendent J H Atjams of the Prudential Life Assurance Society Lexington was a visitor here on Wednesday Mr Landon A Thomas and daugh ter of Augusta Ga who Have been guests of Mrs L A Thomas Sr have returned home Mr W T Lindsey wife and chil dren of Tyon N C who have been visiting Mr E L Samuel and wife left Wednesday for home Mrs D G Timmons and Mrs J R Jenkins of Louisville who have been guests of Mrs R L Grlnstead West- Side have returned home Mr Geo W Hutcheson and daugh ter of Lawrenceburg were visitors here Tuesday Mr Hutcheson is postmaster at Lawrenceburg Mrs J L McCoy of Winchester and Miss Louise Alexander of Lex ington were guests of Mrs E C ORear Shelby street this week Mrs H B Wallace nee Henrietta Blackburn of Chicago who has bee the guest of his father Capt Jas E Blackburn at Spring Station has re turned home Mr Wm Severance and wife of Stanford were called here Thursday by the death of the child of RevJ M SevedshrdletapishrdluetaoJncmfwy M Severance DeWJtts Little Early Risers are the best pills made They do not gripe Sold by South Co Our 4 5 6and 750 Childrens Coats WEITZELJs II RELIGIONS ENSION EPISCOPAL fURCH Rev AB Chinn the rec jit will conduct the services 711 a m Morning Prayer and Sermon J30 p m Evening Prayer 10 a m Sundayschool in the evening prayer at 730 t enerally Invited to at TIST CHURCHRev Adams the pastor will fiTat 11a m and 730 p m dayschool at 945 In the chapel aracca class at 945 a m taught the pastor aptlst Young Peoples Union will tl1t 630 p rayermeetlng Wednesday evening 730 in the Chapel Everybody cordially invited Seats tree CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev CJR Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 n m in the chapelChristian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday even ing at 730 oclock in the Chapel Everybody invited Fatherl1ThomasS Low Mass at 730 a m Nigh Mass at 10 a mJSundayschool at 2 p m Vespers and prayer at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J R Zelgler the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 po m at 945 a m Conferenceof young men and young women at 645 p m Prayer Meeting Wednesday oven Ing at 730 pI 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 af 645 p m evenlagverybodY invited to SOUTHERN PRES B YT BRIAN CHURCHRev WryCrowe the pastor will a m and 730 p Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 946 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p Evorybody invited to attend CHAPELSnadaynschool at 330 oclock p m THORN HILL There will be Stuv dayschool every Sunday afternoon in the schoolhouse at oclock p m SALVATION ARMYMaj Wm Escott of Cincinnati In charge of Salvation Army work In Kentucky Tennessee and Ohio will speak at the Armory No 114 Clinton street Saturday and Sunday HEENEYSSALiE i j FOR SALE good184 acres producing land write to H Wi Frankfort Ky R F No2 Box 77 Oct toot CLEVER TOBACCO MAN Mr John Mlngua who resides and makes his headquarters in this city but who is on the road most of the time In the capacity of a buyer for the Planters Tobacco Warehouse jof Louisville is in the city this week for a short stay wlth his family and to look over the tobacco situation in this and adjoining counties Mr Min gua is an expert tobacco man and a clever man besides NERVY THEFT While a street car of the local line was standing at the corner of Main and Ann streets Sunday night and while the backs of the conductor and motormen were momentarily turned a thief supposed to be a negro seized the cash box of the car and made off with itrhebox was found but the coin which it contained was nowhere visible Hereafter Manager Sallee will nail the boxes down HIS OLD MOTHER My dear old mother who Is now eightythree years old thrives on Electric Bitters writes W B Brun son of Dublin Ga She has taken them for about two years and en joys an excellent appetite feels very strong and Bleeps well Thats the way Electric Bitters affect the aged and the same happy results follow in all cases of female weakness and general debility Weak puny chil dren too are greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by all drug gists 50 cents and l bottles os 1 V I l slo d I Jackets 500750 1000 Long Coats 600 700 1000 1250- Childrens Bear Skin and Persian Lamb in all colors Dress Goods All Wool Dress Goods 65c for 50c Aj All Wool Dress Goods 125 for 100 Ladies Gents and Childrens Underwear and Gloves lkr IF 8 J HEENEY I SomeIumber L Are You a Midlanderi4 flyMIDLAND The New MidWestern Fort nightly Midland Writers LitDollarsNCopies Free Cincinnati iiIklJNov l6lt DUROC JERSEY BOARS FOR SALE f I have a number of thoroughbred It iforG W QUARLES iOr at South Trimbles place where t t they are at present tNov lG2m i jJCOUNTRY An tFriday night last the barn of Mr Wm Graham located on the yjgrounding of 80 barrels of corn oats hay two buggies harness and other farm 1 lt VIwithCURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASES CANCER GREATEST BLOOD PURIFER FREEW rsit cd If your is impure thin dis t 11haveeating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply jt skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism fIor any blood or skin disease take i iiBotanic Blood Balm B BB Soon i all sores heal lich sand pains stop fand the blood is made pure sand rich y Druggists or by express 1 ter large bottle Sample free by writing BloodI Balm Co Atlanta Ga B BB is es It i1seatedfailsnMar 2ly AUTUMN SHOPPING r Artlllentb are 2rsaestf It rom f It ivr elude i We Cif garment at Zvi W eII rYes autumn Shopping is t r youll learn why some more 1 I F A R JVOTE OF FRANKLIN COUNTY We give below the official vote of Franklin county by precincts for the office of Governor at the late ection For the rest qt the ticket k give the totals I GOVERNOR eclnct Hager Willson oclers 147 210 ridge 1208 110 ourt House 146 133 Gaines Stable 221 138 Market House t 129 88 Gas House t lOO 113 Kenneys Mill 198 111 Uttecbacks 116 47 i Glores f61 27 Crutchers 133 129 L Forks Elkhorn ilOO 66 Thorn Hlir 7183 57 r Peaks Mill 100 38 Bloomlngtop 62 22 q qimvllle 95 42 i ar Swallowfield 50 25 Flat Creek 75 1- 1jt Harvieland v 102 24 Ii Bald Knob 65 9 Benson ft 105 60 lyBalleys Mill 84 V 3 er vi28 4PurHngton 107 55 Bridgeport 151 41 flI LIEUTENANTGOVlRNOR 1250 f Trimble Dem t 2816 Cox Rep 1582 H W 123jt3 Bosworth Dem 2789 if V James ReP 1517 I np Boswprths majority 1272 j1 TREASURER j 4Laftoon Dem 2785- i J i Farley Rep 1665 i 1220II2785jft iHendricks majority 1212 STATEfIVreeland Dem v 2787 1561lSUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN 1 f l STRUCTIO- Npi f Winfrey Dem 2773 its Crabbee Rep 1576- at Winfreys majority 1197 CLERK COURT OF APPEALS 11 Vi Chenault Dem 2792 JAdams 115GU11 iv Rep ji Chenaults majority 1232 COMMISSIONER AGRICULTURE Newman Dem 2764 Rankin Rep 1568 Newmans majority 1196 REPRESENTATIVE Buford Dem 2772 Drane Rep 1575 Bufords majority 1197 RAILROAD COMMISSIONER MdChord Dem 2772 Tarlton Rep 1577 s McChords majority 1195 JUDGE COURT APPEALS Carroll Dem no opp 2788 CONSTABLE Thompson 1119 Weber 879 Thompsons majority 240 CANDIDATE FOR STATE LIBRA RIAN Mrs W Leslie Collins the well known poet author and composer will be a candidate for State Llbra rUm before the coming General As sembly of Kentucky Mrs Collins formerly Miss Emma Gowdy Is a native of Campbellsville Taylor county and Is the widow sof a weU known turfman and live stock broker who was exceedingly popular throughout the State He was a lifelong resident of Franklin county and was always a Democrat staunch and true an an untiring party worker Mrs Collins father Hon A F Gowdy was a prominent Knight Templar He Joined the Frankfort Cqmmandery in 1847 and was one of the first Masons In the State Mrs Collins is a charming woman handsome talented and highly accom pUshed and has won ame by her poems stories and musical compost tions A college graduate with the degree of A B brilliant and attrac tive with a true nobility of character which wins for her the highest re spect and admiration ofall who know her and Is In every way qualified for the position which she seeksLouls ville Times SIGNIFICANT PRAYER IMay the Lord help you make Arnica Salvo known to all writes J G Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took thqf pain out of a felon for me and cured it in a wonderfully Short time Best on earth for sores burns and wounds 25cts at all drug stores For sale by all druggists 4H IaIWIIt Early Risers The famous little pms i HE FOUGHT AT GETTYSBURG Davld clostElectric Bitters have done me more tooklFortrouble and paid out much money f medicine to little purpose until gan taking Electric Bitter- Inot take 500 for what tb l me Grand tonic foij female weakness and body builder lame back and weak kid anteed by all druggets Sold byall druggists FELL OVER CLIFF While at work on the Rocky Ipike on Wednesday Mr John Bar fell over a cliff and was badly Dr G A Budd dressed his and he is doing nicely COMMITTEES FOR INAUGURA TION TEDIThe committees having the matter in charge have appointed the neces sary committees to take charge of the ceremonies attending the inauguration of Gov A E Willson on Tues day December 10th A tickling cough from any causes quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And It is so thoroughly harmless and safo that Dr Shoop tells mothers everywhere to give It without hesitation even to very young babies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub the curative properties to Dr furnishI Cough Cura It calms the heals the sore and sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the doctor uses The Sacred Herb Demand Dr Shoops Take no other Capital Pharmacy rMADE MONEY ORDER OFFICE Under a recent order of the Post office Department the Forks oC Elk almoneyin Franklin county DeWitt Little Early Risers Thn Tsimnuff liirtPn nillsI OLD TAYLOR 1 THE PREMIER i1j KENTUCKY WHISKEY r E H TAYLOR Jr 4 SONS Proprietor to Frankfort Kentucky I1I I Ir f 7 A f y F a of the gran- r d biadiso- d red oa Sun has the remarkably wo n yr an sand ith a slit oldlers and Tand floating ibles groaning w and many delicious fr is reshments Col Cunningham says Major C F Burnam has made a mistake in hl dates In his aHlstoryot the Boonesborough Celebration Col Cunningham was captain at that tlmJ colonellotsome new saddle for the first time on that day on his spirited Bertram racer a noted dasher He was very erect his figure and the girls described hI mat as having sparkling black eyes and also as a popular and graceful danc er He has beautiful embroidered gUtIfriends which he as a IIladlesCol Cunningham describes the fine costly dressing of the beautiful Ken tuck belles on that occasion He tells of the great cloud burst and flood which poured down In torrents Just at the dinner hour when the tables were loaded and piled with fish bread cakes pies olu ham mutton crackers beef and many other delicious Kentucky viands The soldiers gave up their tents to the ladies which soon became flooded with water The next morning the soldiers spiked the bread old ham and cakes on their bayonets and at shoulder arms marched down to the river to their boats which car ried them to Louisville Lexington Frankfort and other places The girl slipped and fell and rolled over in the mud in their fine brocade silk dresses but came up screaming and laghing with their new silk bonnets all com pletely drenched md spattered with mudOne of the tender romances of the occasion was brought about by one of the Fayette beauties Miss Audltt Rogers taking such good care of her bonnet that a handsome beau present took notice and said In his heart she will make a good wife and he sought an introduction to her on the spot She afterwards became his wife The flood lasted fro n Sunday until Thursday and the river rose out of Its banks We stayed with a party of girls and boys at Mt Stephen Eu banks all that tlmo said Col Cunningham My ladles were not exposed to the weather as they had retired to a efore the rain efts ft storm the sun cams es were wading arou and water when filisuddenear night the rain burst forth In torrents again Col Cunning tn ham says It was estimated that there rHi i must have been ten thousand people Vr In that great assembly lIlssMooreI Miss Harrison the belles of Clark d1county and many beauties from old Madison were there for miles around and from over the State liftifj Col Cunningham remembered Ma for I T Estill of Fort Estlll as belngtpemarkably handsome and fls splendid dappled Iron gray charg rii it riwhich was afterwards sold for twelve hundred dollars to the King of Brazil hillan South America Historic old Boonesborough was the home of Hon Abner Oldham a splen i 1mentsbeautiful and accomplished Mrs Lou Ise Oldham was said to be a woman sof rare endowments and a woman tjJ tof rare opportunities one of the most brilliant beautiful and sparkling conversationalists in the Frankfort tLexington and Richmond society clrti fcles This was her happy huntingJground around dear old Sulphur Well p brilliantn t In th plumage idawn to see brIght Aurora with her Wfosy fingers unlock the golden porals h ft of the eiast and throw her flood of i livAring light this Iupon gay and y 7often f ever Increasing pleasure to enjoy the 1tglory of the everlasting hills and the i wild romantic enthusiasm which sitsrwith embroidered grandeur upon k stately cliffs of old Kentucky rli I LOCK NO5 CLOSED j f lIOwing to the repairs upon tile gates of Lock No5 at Clifton that klock Mvlll be tfromI JwaterThomas A Edison the great Amerl can inventor says Fully eighty pert comessor too much food people are inclined to 15 r1wherein nearly every case The stomach fit r1imorewhIm you eat the wrong kind of food 1f the digestive organs can not possibly r do the work demanded of them It c tiis at such times that the stomachJ tneeds helpjit ddmands help and also warm you by headaches belching f sour stomach nausea and Indigestion You should attend to this at once by actuallydo KiI will do this It is a combination of yacIdsttoundpleasant to take It digests what you ieat Sold by South Co i ell i Ji d iilL m A tIi tng regrets 1 5f course we of tact these things i sponsible for theln agniJrespondents in let your persona illof that chiLmunicati PO JJL In accordance wltm tH puer calling a special term of the Scott Circuit Court for the trial of Hon Caleb Charged with the murder oft 1Powers Goebel that court met at Georgetown on Monday with Special Judge James S Morris moti- were A number of preliminary acted upon and these beln posed of Judge Morris ordere sheriff to summon 200 jurors Harrison county and especially ed him not to make any discrh ilion In summoning these juro- rsltng at the same time that if he fo such disgraceful illegal conduct L would at once discharge the panel of Ills own motion What a contrast with the actions of the judges who have presided here tofore A fair trial is all that Powers asks Wo earnestly hope thatit may be aC1 corded and these travesties upon jsi tice cease DOUBLE SORROW It Is with the profoundest sorrow that wV chronicle the death of little Miss Martha Severance the six year old daughter of Rev Jas M Sever ance sand wife which occurred on Wednesday afternoon This is a double sorrow as only Mast week Mary Scott the youngest daughter died from the same dread disease membranous croup after only a few hours Illness The sympathy of every one in this community goes out to these doubly bereft parents May the consolations of that gospel which he so ably presents be vouch safed to Mr Severance and his good wife LEFT FOR MORE PROFITABLE LOCATION A familiar figure has gone from the corner of Main and St Clair streets The old pop corn man has located at Mt Vernon Ind and left for his pew home Monday afternoon irth rOn and The incil- conslde th y legislati The qua the v e maining PetitionsSS citizens of BroadxT a in the neighborhood of the alleyway which intersects that street near the rail road trestle for amarc light Citizens of Holmes street beyond the peniten tiary also petitioned for another arc light in that section Both were referred to the proper committee Tlie ordinance providing for the improvement of Crutcher street West Side in Belle Point was given its final reading and that thoroughfare will now be given a serviceable coat of metalThe lof fixing the license for the two skating rinks now oper ating in the city caused quite a dis cussion among the city dads when it came uo The amount of 25a year had been practically agreed on by the committee to whom it had been referred but Councilman Demaree moved that the license on the South Side rink be placed at 200 as he claimed to have Information to the effect that that establishment was making a profit of 1000 per week The mat ter was turned back to the committee with power to act After allowing the usual accounts the Council then adjourned until the next meeting night A Boston schoolboy was tall weakand sicklyIv His arms were soft and flabby He didnt have a strong muscle in his entire odyIThe physician who hadattended the family for thirty years prescribed Scotts Emulsion NOWITo feel that boys arm yau would think he was apprenticed to J blacksmith t JALL DRUGGISTS 500 AND IOo7 above the head with the hands placed on the big end of the arm is the president of the AntlS loon League pronouncing the benediction over the obsequies of the lost temp ran fltnalgamatlonwlth the Tyler platform hat figure kissing the toe of the figure is the Brewers Association tluwhiskLandvoters in the country Behind them Is the machine as chief mourner The wheel you see is the wheel of ill fortune attached to the car of polltl figment that has ground them fcdust Next you see a buckin that has thrown its his effort to straddle the platform of the reverend and Mr Tyler The exquisite of art at the extreme west end F two Indians digging seng is in tended to represent progress and Illustrates hoy the machine like the Indian is passing away and with it the coveted seat in the Unite whoIMaytwoTempora mutantur et nos mutantur In lllis All of this beautiful work of art only cost the pittance of forty thousand dollars executed by a national scujptur and his stonecutters ten class which the two local sculptors and contractors of Frankfort coup have executed as well or better for at the most less than on fourth of that amount VBRITAS ELKS MINSTRELS Splendid Entprtalnmehts Witnessed By Big Crowds The two entertainments given by Frankfort Lodge No 530 B P Q Elks on Tuesday and Wednesday eveningz1at the Capital Opera House lass in al respects Record breaking crowds were pres ent at each appearance The singing by the chorus and by special members was something rare ly ever excelled by local talent any where and even professionals would do to look well to their laurels The accrobatic work by the team was a surprise to every one and proved the value of the YM C A gymnasium and the Elks Bowling Rooms i Prof Wm R Pattie who arranged and directed the exhibitions proved himself a decided success demon strating his ability as a musical rector We are glad to say that the affair has proved notonly a fine success as an entertainment but ia decided finan cial successiREPARIRS TO BENSON BRIDGE Some needed repairs are in con templation for the bridge across Ben son creels and lumber for this purpose will be delivered and wortbe gun on the repairs within a few days This bridge while a safe one will bear looking after and the authorities do right to give It the closest attention The people of both sides of the river are hoping for the day when an sldelcrossingpoint somewhere below Broadway The county and city authorities will be called oa to make this Jmprove ment at no distant day Ejj the people in such terms that they can not at ford but to heed the canI Ir pleasant eto lake 1 1 xative 11- T Syrup I NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits 1ci their extractsarE the best medicines for Oonstipatf as theysbring about a normal action of the bowels wh h minerals and theirsalts oAare irritating to the intestines rL LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP a striltly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if usedin Constipation will briDl NauseousBloated Y our money will be returned if you do nnot lik it better any other you have tried 1 gALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 50c PER BOT s Tobacco Bellows Blowers tv kcJ Hoes Forks Spades iS Cradles and Fingers V 2 Scythes and Snatches j 4Scythe Stones WheelTborrqws iJ Thresher Machine Oil J l t j 1 Tarpaulins ti Monkey Wrenches r it CI Pipes Fittings and Wrenches it Ei FRANK GOTAblJT11 f I t tir rHardware vl d CapitolFoundlTf J Machine Co tHOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY 1 ieaa Supplies of All KIndI f Both New and Secondhand 1 t tl WE HAVE FOR SALE ift Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boiler rL J Ten horee Power Stationary Steam Engine h Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill aurre ifi200 Bushels Capac y 1I BOTH PHONES tr r Vr tj1 iYI i The Knockout Blow The blow which knocked out Corbott fightrsIromknockout blow was aimed for tho jaw StomicpunchesIvcary tho fighter but If a scientific ma md told one of tho pfd fighters that tho oliMomach f bringingItothq swjmachjs the most vulnerable organ out prtM ring aa well as in it Wo lungsbutent to until dlsehAlinds tho solar plexus and knocks us outr Make your stomach oUJldnnd strQJr iIiic cto- Plercos Golc I Aec en Iseover on r t ou most r pot Golden Me ca Iscovery cures weuTfl stomach Indigestion or dyspepsia torpid liver bad thin and Im puro blood and other diseases of tho or gans of digestion and nutrition The Golden Mtdlcal Discovery has a specific curative effect upon all mucou surfaces and hcnco cures catarrh n i tf matter where located or what may reached In Nasal Catarih it DrI reinf i cry cures catarrhal diseases as of tho pelvicrorgans you you read a booklet of extracts from tho writ ings of eminent medical authorities en dorsing Its ingredients and explaining their curative properties It is mailed free on request Address Dr RV Pierce Buffalo N Y This booklet gives all the- ingredients entering Into Dr Plercaa medicines from which it will bventhtv they contain not a drop of alcohol pure triplerefined glycerine being useu instead Dr Pierces great thousand pago Illus h trated Common Sense Medical Adviser will bo sent free paperbound for 21 ono stampsddre I YOUTHS COMPANION CALENDAR FOR 1908 The publishers of The hs Com this anion will as always at season present to every subscriber whose subscription 176 is paid for 1908 a beautiful calendhr for the ew year Four paintings by artists of distinc tion are reproduced in the four panels of the Calendar a process of color paintIng which hag been recently brpught to remarkable excellence The first of the panels isan inspir ing sea scene full of the b auty of the wide ocean and sky and the joyous rush olthe homewardbound ship i The second is a fine cattle piece The third picture an old mill at Zaan if IM3 dam typical Dutch in treatment withy4VRosesa charming face exquisite In color and expression All the pictures are worthy of preservation long after 1908 has passed into the good old r timeIt 1JU HIGHLAND RAILROAD lJi Raile4there U now not the least doubt Itr 1when the road was first started many r said that It would only reach as far as the distilleries located on Gle- nnstCreek All indications now go prove that they were mistaken t i this supposition and that the line v will bo constructed as speedily as Ij possible to Versailles r lAt present the road has been grad QIoed to a point beyond the Old Tay lor distillery and work Is being rpushed to the limit by the contractors who hope to have many more miles ccof the line grades before they are V compelled to cease operations by th- i advent of hard wintry weather Trdc laying has already progressed over a t mile or more from the Frankfort end rAnd before Christmas cars will doubt trJ I less be In operation between this TaIKxtor distilleries cODeJit r 1 tered at the Capital City since the fi permanent location of the seat of gov ernment in Frankfort and the build tt ri Jt Ing of the new Capitol will prove more importance than the buildin tof the Kentucky Highland It Is t f fraught with great possibilities for 1 and will have a dominating effect on I tte future of this city The transpor- facilities of Frankfort will b ben lttod to a large extent as it will SoutherniS sallies and otherwise help the home t town In many waysi I itCASTORIA t 1For Infants and ndrenI14 i t The Kind You Have Always Bought theH LrI r 1 i f Ill r 4 Memphis Commercial Appeal INKENTUCKY The electron results In Kentucky are really not very surprising when we re Statenparty have been gradually atgd and the small fry have top There was bound to be al this sort of thing at some tlr ad e end Is In sight Kentucky is normally a Democravre the lisle State late terlng W1thriT bel was adsassii ago the Republj Iou sly damaged condency was contl tut carbeen thriving on that martrydom ever since Had Goebel not been mur dered he would long ago have been relegated to private life with the dis approval of the people of Kentucky Goebel was able unamlable and en tirely unscrupulous He canvassed the State of Kentucky for Governor with the result that he had only a trifle over 100 votes In a convention of over 1000 delegates Hardln and Stone together had eight or nine votes to Goebels one Yet by deceiving and betraying Stone getting control of the organization and nervily unseating several hundred delegates Goebel managed to secure the Democratic nomination It was the most artistic piece of highway robbery ever perpe trated against the Democraoy of Ken tUck In tie election that Goebel Statewas defeated and the election commissioners who were Democratic issued a certificate of election to the Republican candidate Taylor But Goebel who was still a State Senator held on to hjs purpose and got up a contest before the Legislature In order to pluck the governorship as he had plucked the Democratic nomina tion In short he was planning a cold steal It Is hardly necessary to say that both parties lost their heads and In the midst of the general excite ment some fool Republican shot Goe belIt was only natural that this mur der should react against the Republi can party and make people forget the political sins of William Goebel But the small fry collected around Goebel have been living on his murder realmurdererHenry measure and have concentrated their efforts to bring about the hanging of Caleb Powers who wasnt in Frank fort when Goebel was killed and who had been connected with the murder only by transparent perjuries The Powers case has been a greater stain oV Kentucky than the Dreyfus case was on France but France had the courage to correct her mistake evidentlynbel Tile Democrats have made so many tactical mistakes in perpetuat ing the memory of that dastardly crime that the people have elected a Republican Governor It Is likely that Gov Wlllson will pardon Powers and right what seems to be a great wrong wk trust he will do this not only In the Interest of Justice but Kennkcase to sleep and resume normal waysKentucky can not afford to live uoon a memory V f e BUCKET SHOP IN FRANKFORT v The suit of Heise against Tucker which was riled in the Circuit Court a few days since would seem to dls close the fact that a brokerage busl Frankgclaims that he entrusted the sum of 260 to Mr Tucker the proprietor of the St Clair street pool and billiard purchasingIant failed and refused to make a proper accounting to the plaintiff In regard to his investment The case promises to prove quite an interesting one when It Is called and the best legal talent In the Cap tal Is employed on either side of the controversy Scott Hamilton and Guy Briggs will appear for the plain tiff while the interest pf tho defend ant will be looked after by Judge B G Williams Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate BaMtMful tretUoeai foe blood mi ildn dUwuM i THE BURLY TOBACCTION The tobacco itbelt at the prose to be largely In and the poolj well In hanolr p of Icr t tif be experkyet iv i pu tSI as- and TheFranldl in fine shape- movement that derful strides In i counties of ientucky b atfijkeepingTh extremely high price which the few hogsheads of 1907 burley placed ton the market within the past two weeks have commanded Is straw that plainly shows Which way the wind Is blowing and the pooled growers can see nothing but fair skies ahead MANY FRUIT TREES Franklin county will be qno of the greatest fruit producing sections In the country one of these fine days That Is if onehalf of the fruit treed shipped inhere during the pas weeks or more take root a The great number receive in the wagons of the fa well for n generous sil of every description in come LECTURE ON THE NEW On November 26th at the chapel the Episcopal Church under the aR spices of the Womans Club Mr Kj naga Rultman a native of East Ind will lecture upon conditions in country Mr Rultman will be intere Ing to the public generally as well as missionary socltles Admission 35 cents Lecture to begin at 8 p mi 2t HENRY COUNTY MAN DIES SUD DENLY Frank Morris o6 New Castle Henry county died suddenly at the Petty boarding house near the Li N depot Sunday night The dead man had been ona spree and it Is more than likely that hls death was brought about In large measure by alcohol ism His family and friends were communicated with in Henry county but as they made no request that the body be held the remains were burled at the expense of the city and the countyExcess Of Smoking Affected My HeartI So I Had To Sit Up To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me There is nothing that has a more deleter ious effect the cardiac or heart nerves than the excessive ute of tobacco Pain and oppressivefeelingthroa discomfot from sleepingon the side and smothering the sufferer has to fit in bed to breathe are the most common symptomsof a weak heart Smokers who leel symptoms and who do not understand their should be warned in time by the following experien- ceII greatly troubled with an affection smokingqnto begin a course of treatment which in cluded Dr Miles Heart Cufe Dr Miles Nervine and Nerve and Liver Tills together wlthbathingetc I faithfully followed the given am to say that cure is complete and permanent Be fore beginning the use of remedies I was so nervous I could not keep my hands still and suffered greatly from severe around the heart Many times at night I posturetostoppeddbeatingin my case I can cheerfully recommend Miles Heart Nervineand other remedies to ail sufferers from heart or EUJAttHALLAH dru and guarantee fintbot jUe Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book- en Nervous and Heart Diseases Addiou Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind t f tJ Osw- arOvor earn TT- hcockyua uffff flDE I OF MADISON wrTrIjOTJI I ii ASK ynUR GROCER For Hay Straw Salt Seeds Potatoes and Cal- lOnHEISE I SONSST CLAIR STREET Both Phones 1m 1tCosbVPatefltAigrt11tBakerand Heater IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in busyhousewifefrom light rolls to a Thanksgiving or Christmas turkey Still it looks just aa neat as any heater made It is airtight and a great fuel saver Thousands are be ing sold Thousands of housekeepers are enthusiastic Fine Cast Iron tops and bottoms making it last for years without repairs Made only by UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 274S RICHMOND VA Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Win These tests are proving to the peoplewithout a pennys costthe great value of this scientific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by Capitol Pharmacy A t t CRTr l i FROM Produce Ji IT HEATS AN- DCOOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made Stomach troublts heart and kid ney ailments can be quickly correct jed with a prescription known to theIdruggists everywhere as Dr Shoopa Restorative The prompt and surprising relief which this remedy immediately brings is entirely due to Its restorative action upon tile control ing nerves of the stomach etc Cap4 tol Pharmacy i 1 t SUN H liq GIA A RHEUMATISM BACKACHE PAIN IN CHEST 4 DISTRESS IN STOMACH SIEEPIf5SN MARRIED GRUBBSTHURMAN this coun ty on Wednesday Mr Edward Grubbs and Miss Minnie Thurman were mar k riedIif COLSTONTAYLORIn this coun ty on Wednesday Mr Clarence Cols ton and Miss Florence Taylor were married WAkEFIELDHUNDLEY In this county on Wednesday Mr James M HundleyIWere by Rev Dr iAdam of the First Baptist Church this city Mr Wakefield Is known and be 11loved by every body in this com munlty His bride is a handsome and popular lady a sister of his former wife Hearty congratulations are ex ttendedDeWltts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve penetrates the poresrthor Oughly cleanses and Is healing and soothing Good for piles Sold by South Co NEW EXPRESS AGENT hlrC C Clark of Maysvllle has been appointed Agent of the Adams Express Co In this city to relieve Mr A B Jolly who has been appoint J fid to a better position In the Lexlng oificeI made an efficient and ac Comraodating agent and we regret i to see him leave us Mr Clark comes highly recom i mended and we welcome him to our Af- Community j Stop That Cold it To check or Grippe with Preventlca means sure defeat lor Pneumonia To stop a cold with Ereventlcs is safer than to let ifrun and 1to cure it afterwards To be sure 1entlcs will cure even a deeply seated cold but taken early at the sneeze stage they break or bead off these earlycolds Thats surely better Thats why they are called PreTenUcs PreTenUcs are little Candy Cold Cures No Quln i nothing sickening Nice for the- childrenand tborou hly sale too If you feel cbillyif you sneeze1fyou ache all over think of fttably lies Preventtes greatest boxes for the pocket also In boxes of Proventlcs Insist on your druggists gluing CAPITOL PHARMACY 1bAi ll r L sbe Tocu The pal The tired You must reac u et at th e cause In most cases tis the kidneys Doans Kidney Pills are for the kid neys Mrs Elizabeth Johnson of 34 Blanton street Frankfort Ky says My son was greatly benefited by the use of poans Kidney Pills Sometime ago a bad spell of rheu matism and the attack was so severe that hewas hardly able to move about From that time on his kidneys seemed to be badly affected for he complained a great deal of a steady sharppalto lift anything A weakness of the kidney secretions was very annoying especially at night as It disturbed his rest While looking over the pa pers one evening I came across an- advertlsementabolt Deans Kidney made for this reme dy so impressed me that I decided to have my son give them a trial A box wad procured at J W Gayles drugstore At my request be began taking them and to my glad surprise as well as his own he noticed almost Immediate relief In a short time the backache had entirely left hip the dim culty with the secretions had been correctedand he felt as well as ever againtiFor sale by all dealers Price cents FosterMllburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United d StatesRemember the nameD anS an take no other BIRTHS SOUTHAt the Kings Daughters Hospital on Wednesday to Dr Sam South and wire a sonJohn APPENDICITIS Is due in a larger measure to abuse the bowels by employing drastic pii gatlves To avoid all danger use only Dr Kings New Life Pills the safe gentlo cleansers and invigorators Guaranteed for headache biliousness malaria and jaundice at all drugstores 25 cents For sale by all druggists IJ j 1 I isI Watches I 1 11 its o p to timeand some would say cfr n essit to ever one whether t1iecpe N LRRIIIfr8ELBE T IT GOOD fiirl PILLS I y- ouPrcventics ONE A ITAKE Tablets PAIN is GONE BERTHS PARKERIn this city on Monday Mr Michael Parker aped seventyfive years Mr Parker was a stone mason by trade and followed his avocation In dustriously until the infirmities age prevented He was ardent mem member of the Catholic Church He leases one son and two daughters to mourn his death A number 0of relatives anjl friends also survive him The burial services were conducted from the Church of the Good Sheh herd by Rev Father T S Major on Thursday and the remains were de posited In the Catholic Cemetery SEVERANCE In thiscity o Saturday night Mary Scott Severance daughter of Rev JM Sever once and wife aged four years of membranous croup The sincerest sympathy of thel whole community goes out to these afflicted ones The blow was so sud den and unexpectedonly a few short hours and all was over The burial services were conducted Monday by Rev C R Hudson an the loved little one was laid awn until that bright day shall dawn BABBITT At the Confederate Sol diets Home Pewee Valley on Monday night Mr S Matt Babbitt aged about eighty years of the Infirmities- ofageMr Babbitt was ia genial whole souled hospitable man and numbered 0his friends by his acquaintances H was a brave and gallant soldier i the Confederate Army After th WoodItion of carpenter and builder until age compelled him to go to the Confederate Home He had failed rapidly In the lest few months He leaves three sons and two dough ters to mourn his death as well a a large circle of warm friends and acquaintances He was a devout member of th Mlllvllle Baptist Church for several yearsr conductrion Wednesday afternoon at three oclock and the remains were laid rest by the side of his wife who ha preceded him to the grave some four months LPIIPMJJ 1103 0 tqP dusdgpaoseo4IUf I t1oL If you have HeadacheTry m They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no bad Aftereffects h 071 25 Doses 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulk IFruit Ornamental TreesI Shrubs Grape Vises Everything for Orchard Gardee We employ no agents Catalogue on application H F Hillenmeyer Sons Lexington Ky Oct 128m Louisville fliiantic Hallway EXCEPTnSUNDAY Trains leave Versailles for Beatty villo and Intermediate points at 700 a m and at 1200 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT SYNDAYI Trains from Beattyvllle and intermediate points arrive at Versailles at 1030 a m and 530 pm TrainYat p m ON SUNDAYS ONLY Train leaves Richmond for Versailles and intermediate points at 415 pm The L A and the Traction Line affords excellent service betww Frankfort and Nlcholasville Kich mond Irvine Beatyvillo and interme dlate points addrweKyeNEW MOVING PICTURE SHOW Messrs H Heise Sons the flour am feed store men on St Olalr street have arranged to have a mov ling picture show in one side of their big store room The arrangements are about complete and they will thiseline to be had Trial catarrh treatments are being mailed out free Oh request by Dr Shopp Racine Wls These teats axe pendscientific proscription known to drugs gists everywhere as Dr Shoops Ca tarrh Sold by Capital Phar RmY j Chesapeake Ohio By Schedule in effect Nov 25 1900 sabr jcct to change without notice itjiLimitedphis West and Southwest v a 020 A M DailyLimited f for Washington Baltimore Fbiladel ri fphia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 7 fl 1016 1 M and 801 P JC Dally 281yr rIf INfIThe postmaster of Gosconda Moi fDaniel A Bugh says pf DeWitts Kid K ney and Bladder PllJsIII am doing T so well end improving so fast Injj ihealth that I can not my too much fort your kidney and bladder pills I feeliitlI like a new man DeWitts Kidney and V Ir Bladder Pills are sold by South Coy tIrrtJI A FOOLISH PLAT l t- ci t i bjJ fie a to eatI welcome my dinner hoar aecause a I rout indigestion with August Flowecp ii Fiq onstipatio is the result of indigestion l t iIseures do not finally rob you of life itself gIm boundinthekowelsisacomlf erableandaremiserableyet who persistl fqwhatbe aided by the use of Greens August v Flow r whIch is natures own remedy fo rJ constipation and all stomach ills r gAugust Flower gives new life to that f rinsures healthy stools gTwo sizes 350 and 750 All drugJa if For sale by J W Gayle ApplytoOct 26tf V 10 l T 1i ijOar stock qfthe fI Is t vr l r ARIZONAN rrrr r I Meat Choppers all kinds and prices Carving Sets- Butchers Clivers Butcher Knives For Sporting Goods oft1 DoubleBarrel Shot Guns Rifles SingleBarrel Shot Guns I ffRifles Powder Shot Winslow Fibre Rink Skates Steel Roller Side H Walk Skates Smokeless Black Powders Loaded Shells r ti I Our Cutlery i r Department y l Missy Scissors and t Shears every pair guar I anteed Rogers 1847 Table Knives Forksv rl Griffon Carbon Mag 1 netic Razors Rogers and WostenholmPocket Ii Knives Gillette Safety I Razors Swift Safety j I Razors 350 Pitt- vElectriJ F Hor- Stock and and Coal Oil Heating Stoves T o 5 = t IIif H d f Air and and Rochester Silver f f1i L fkiNickled0 jc iyi Chafing Dishes 300jto 1200 Baking Dish res X150 to 600 SoupxToureens400to Coffee Pots Tea Pots 1 Cake Trays Eruit Bas kets Pitchers Tea Sets and f Trays all shapes Ilcyan7 11l P G BOWRR CO t l i J OC J v 307309 Main Street Hardware MerchantsBoth Phones itya o ty f r 1 yIII jI h f r I I Ftt i jhe nee s r c 60 and 60 in the lot ifr I8 18 and 2O in rand at 15 are that ti an u do the of 20 fail to take of it 1 1 W I1 P 1- c THE POLICE The police force of Frankfort seems to have a reputation and a name Whether this is due to the body as a whole or is the con reflex of individual acts by certain members the line of reputa jjon and lame seems to be a progres slve one One member of the force kills the son in estimabl citizen in the discharge of d ity Another member in pOlice uniform sat as an officer ofC and under its overpow ering insignia catechised voters as their elective rights Later he up a bully who is to tear down the curtain from the election booth Later still he strikes a cUIl zen in the face in a bar room because the latter had declared he had voted the ticket No arrests off cours and no has been held by the courts and all on civil that the highest dirty of the guardians of the law Is to protect the lives and liberty and the property of the citizen If that he true where oh where would the Police y find a rest for their weary feet and a naine that some member not tarnish J 11 LAW AND ORDER V HOUSE il Harry Rogers hassold toMrC f Gudgell his housp and lot o n iCon street rf Tliere is ach troubles than tains the same stomach a guarantee plan for heart burn flatulence sour stomach belching of gas nausea and nll other stomach troubles So at times when i jm dont feel just right when you a are drowsy after meals and your head aches or when you have no ambition r J4 r Mr iarly known as Long Jim was found dead sitting in his buggy on morning the residenc 3f Mr Harry Shaw on the Versailles pike Coroner Graham was summoned and took charge of the body OPEN SEASON FOR GAME The close season for game expired yesterday and the country sur rounding Frankfort was pretty well with hunters from this etty had gone out in search ot quail rabbits Several nice bags of birds were brought in late in the afternoon and the local sportsmen declare that quail are more plentiful than usual in this section this sea GAME STORE Mr Leonard has opened up a fish and game store opposite the Capital Hotel on Main street This descrip tion ofa business house is inite new to Frankfort but such convenlece Is needed here and the enterprise wil no doubt prove a successful one Y be well if you have a weak unhealthy tired out stomach Neither can you feel good if by some little in eating you have caused the stomach to get out of order These little stomach troubles are signs of whiCh may and very often do turn into avery bad case of dyspepsia Dont allow this to go one n single day without doing to overcome it Take sorrel good reliabjle and safe promptly Sold by South Co OaSIJIOElABears the d1he rp r J I fJ 1 1 JIll t 0 TSJ i 7 tf 5 h jI R 18 ANDr 2A I fI I I I fl getTonewhen NOw just about suits overcoats inclongTHE SUIT About differen Keres worth Uptddate respect values ar Now heres work Dont advantage R Cl Sons T- EDFBANKF t 21 l4 81 C1air S1Ie ORT K r Communicated FRANKFORT metropolitan splcuoiis registration toIE attempting Republican apologies- It authorities government Frankfort would tSELLS health 3Ithreli3of takeVSby rFOUND Thursday near FISH dcant irregularity indigestion something dyspepsiaKodol allI 4S LE A J THEOVERCOr every Ur6 When the baby is cross and has you worried and worn out you will find that a little Cascas Weel the well known remedy for babies and chil dren will quiet the little one in a short time The ingredients are printed plainly on the bottle Con tains no opiates Sold by South Co Dr Cartys Condition powders ure what a horse needs when in bad condition Tqnio blood purifier ar vermifuge They are not food 1 tmedicino the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 3 packageFor W Gayle and Le Compte GaYle BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES 1 FRANKFORT DIVISION Cars will leave center for Ver sallies at 6 a m 8 a mjlO am 12 m 2 m 4 m and 6p m Cars wiltarrlvef m Versailles at 8 avm 10 a ml 12 m 2p m 4 p m 6 p m and 8 p m SUNDAY SCHEDULE Cars Will run every hour beginning at 6 d In and ending atyG p m to Versailles From Versailles to this city cars run every hour from 7 a m to 7 p m IParis Division IBve every hour from 6 mto 7 p m and nt 0 and p m Leave Paris every hour from a m to 7p m and 10 p inGeorgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 630 a m to 730 pm and ato and p m Leave Leave Georgetown every hotirrooi 610 a ni to 815 p m and at lOp n Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center over hour from 6tin to 6 p m and af 0 and p m Leave Versailles very hour from 545 ai m to 045 p m nnd nt 816 and 10 p in ET Phone 010 Home Phone 174r GUNijjRnnger2tf tAI r j THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FORf High Grade VehiclesvIt 4 Th an ever before The public have at last come to theteconclusion that a CHEAP vehicle is1 DEAR at any price Our work is strictly hand made and is soldunder It guarantee that means something If you want U vehicle i that IS his class and will gIve perf ct satisfaction drop us a card and we will call to see you We know weca1f isuit you 4n both quality and pf ices All we ask sD i opportunity to discups the mutter with you J l fiJi T7 f Seller carriage GO I j VERSAILLES KY f IjtH K WARD i President 7f t gonulnLaxativereraN1nt Srq a ealii fn one day For Wea- kKidneys Inflammation of the blad der urinary troubles and backache use DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills A Weeks Treatment 25c ECDeyiTT CO Chicago III lEjoldby South Co I 14t O I BROW iNa4 Secc Y and Treae rt r- y 1 ISTREET CAR LINE tar bars leave Capjal Hotel Malu andl ffAnn streets for South Frankfort com mencing at 615 am and every iy minutes until 10lpp m t iFor Park At 615 am and 3 cars j per 1111015 Pm nt- For Cemetery 630 a m every 45 minutes until 945 pm 11-For Leestown 630 a in and every tiq30 minutes until 10 p m F AND V TRACTION CO J D SALLEE Supt y KILLTHE COUCH I AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery H IFOR cOUCHS OLDS PRICE 100 1 TrlllBolUe Free f ALL THROAT AND LUNOTROUBLES 1- GUAB4N1EJD ATI8FAOTO r ORONE REFUNDED f