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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 1RANKFOR ROUNDABOUT tuTHE i GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TOf LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEBMB 100 In Advance hQ 0YOL XXXr FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 1907 No 6 J FRANKFORTS PROGRESSIVE MECINTS M GEORGE SAtUNDER muiKit tx Staple and Fancy Groceries No tions Cigars and Country No 610 Second St ProduceINevf Phone 517 June loOin ItODAKS I LECOMPTE GAYLE CO EBNER June ISouth LAUNDRYT- he JM N Laundry aims do the Uest work in the State All work culled for and delivered E G NELL Agent Office 228 StClair St up stairs jl60m DIR7sc7wRaigta I i I PLUMBINGWhen or old Hnnitnry work call on Chas Whiieliead 104 St Clair street Ready at all times with prices to suit the most skeptical I Both Phones 105 juno 156m The rrantlort IGU OOll1liY Manufacturers of Pure Artificial Ice made from Distilled Water Factory Nos 102 104 100 and 108 Main Street Phones 89 and 8 The largest and best equipped plant in the State line 155m SAD ACCIDENTAL KILLING tt peculiarly sad accident resulted r1iea r1tmVl11e on Monday f night It seems that two boys cousins and devoted chums by the names of WhittingIof a hill They saw a rabbit go into I a bunch of bushes and grass Young Whittington ran to the upper side the thicket to watch for the game while young Shaw remained below In the dusk Whittington thought he saw his game and tiered He was most paralyzed when young Shaw fell screaming to the ground He went at once to his chums assistance and seeing that the charge of shot had entered Shaws chest and face at once summoned aid Shaw was taken to his iome but all that Dr Dorsey could do did not prevent the fatal outcome and he died that night I The boys were respectively of the age ot ten and fifteen yearsyoung Whittington being the elder Whittington Is almost crazed by the accident as he and Shaw were Inseparable companions Slaw was the son of Mr Sam l Shaw and Whittington was the son of Mr Alonzo Whittington The funeral of Shaw was held on Tuesday afternoon and the remains were burled in the family burying l ground of his grandfather Mr Joshua R Shaw A HARD DEBT TOPAY I owe a debt of gratltudb that can never bo paid off writes G S Clark of Wes field Iowa for my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Dls covery Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed imminent when I commenced taking New Dis covery The ominous dry hacking cough quit before the first bottle was used and two more bottles made a complete cure Nothing has ever coughscoldsplaints Guaranteed by all druggists 50 cents and 1 Trial bottle free For sale by all druggists BUYS LIVERY STABLE Mr James W Shackelford of this county has purchased from Mr W F Hearne his livery and sale stable on Ann street and has taken posses slon of the same The price is a private one t41 fftV 11 l c SOUTH CO PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY Juno Both Phones 17 Gauital St08In Laundry Ofllce Cor Main and Ann Sts Laundry Foot of Ann St FRANKFORT KY 15flm In Addition to LUMBER- We sell the Celebrated Ham nior Pain and the best Wall Plaster made Invincible HAMMOND CO June Cm W J SCOTTOW Country Produce a Specialty Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Both Phones Cor 2nd Bridge Streets juno 15- GinJOB PRINTINGAT ROUNDABOUT STATE ELECTION COMMISSION TO MEET MfrJi Morgan Chinn the President of the State Board of Election Com missioners has called a meeting of that body for Monday next November 18 for the purpose of canvassing and certifying the result of the State coanItiescan be taken until the week follow ling Judge D Gray Falconer of Lexing ton and Judge f C R McDowell of Danville are the other members of the board METHODISTBAZAAR Dont forget that the good sisters of the Methedist Church will give their bazaar and supper which will 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 OaSx RJAIBean the A BtughtI I Am Ready To MdReThe Best PHOT And all styles of tfrncl nt my now Gallery Scmth Frankfort Bridge St Call on the Photographer H G MATTERN I Have you n Gast e If pet one at once andgV o notICall on us for a perfect IJuno I The South SldelatMarket The Best Beef Tit Veal and Pork Fresh ked Sau sage Sliced H gjOysters I and FIsh tsonIjuno Y 16tfiii NEVILL COLLINS Liquors and Wher b6 Buy Them The Pure F0 cfLaw will not affect us i q jo always did and always will otbing but Straight Liquors jg GEO B vSALENDBMlo St Clnir f IEvery Juno IJOHNr t PRISONERS ESC4EU T ARE RE cA iVR t ft TwoprlS0I1ei sln h yjn1f1 the names of Thomas Grant and Price Stewart took french leave on Friday evening just after our paper went to press r Stewart was under 11 years sen tence for killing J F Dailey but his case had been appealed Grant was charged with forgery The men strange tf say went to the oldoieighbornobd in which Stew art had been raised and from thence to Vercailles Shortly after their arrival the were recogtffzed and Sheriff Winn and his deputies took them in charge Saturday morning and Jailer Bridges notifiedI On Saturday afternoon they were brought here over the 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 in unlocking the Iron door but of course it Is not known how they got out IaAer OiIABean th A LADDiERS Just received another new stock of I LADDERSLI From 10 to 80 feet long We have Building Lumber of nil kin Is in stock Your trade is appreciated HAMMOND 4CO1 i Tfte Satisfaotion L Of knowing that you are corlrectly dressed and the satisfac Hon of knowing that you have paid the LOWEST PRICE is only to wear a garment that was bought at KACINSHeress of the many extra values which cannot be duplicated elsewhere in Erankfort Womans Coats These coats are superbly tailored of a 1250IBlack and Tan collar and cuffs beautifltlI and braid 1hgy come in three quarter ur 4 isses Coats 500 A large assortment of Misses Coats made of plain colored cloths and pretty fancy mixtures 500 to 1250 Tailored Suits 2500 So much style so much skill such fine quality was never be J in these 2500 suits Here jareWalking Skirts 500 Better than anything ever offered for 500 are these elegant 500 skirts we offer you Fine Furs and Muffs 500to 4500- Genuine Fox Furs 500 Fine Muffs at 500 to 3000 Extra values in Boas Scarfs and Cravats at from 250 to 3500 jos KACIN BRO NO 4148 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY 4f SESSION OF QUARTERLY COURT COURT HELD i Judge polsgrove held a session of the Quarterly Court during several days of this week and many I cases of an unimportant nature were disposed of during the sittings No cause ot adjudiycation The finest coffee substitute eve made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis You dont have to boil it twenty or thirty min 1utes Made iu a minute says the doctor Healta Coffee is really the closest coffee imitation ever yet produced Coffee imitation is made from pure toasted cereals or grains with malt nits etc Really it would fool an expert were he to unknowingly drink it for coffee Capital Pharma cy NOVELTY STORE The new novelty five and ten cent store which will be opened in the storeroom formerly occupied by theI S D Johnson Co on Main one day next week by Messrs Kagln Bro promises to be one of the largest establishments of the kind ever started in the Capital City Al ready many hundred cases of goods have been received and are now being opened up and placed in position on the shelves The well known rev liability of the Messrs Kagin gives ample guarantee that the public will get a square deal at the new place COUNTRY PLACE BURNS The residence known as the Vog ler Place just above the city osi the rlo1and lately occupied by Deputy U S Marshal N I JMcDanicl 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 oclock The loss was about 2000Te do not know whether It was insured or not Dr Weavers Treatment jrrnpparWoaUw blood Cerate hwsllkW eruption f ir 1 V 11 r YLJ t When the stomach heart or kid r nets get weak then these organs al 1norThat is simply a makeshift Get a prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr ShoopSv Restora tive The Restorative is prepared ex pressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them Restorativetabror see help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health is surely worth j this simple test Capital Pharmacy FORTY HOURS DEVOTIONS Two Passlonisf Fathers assisted Father T S Major and Father ONeal in the celebration of forty hours de votions at the Church of the Good Shephred from Wednesday morning at 9 oclock until Friday morning Large congregations attended these services axas is known has not been attempted before It Is elementary and practical like much of the correspondence work given by the University and designed to be helpful to the men and women who seek a better education but can not go to school ACCIDENT ON INTERURBAN Mr George Snedley who lives near Fort Spring in Woodford county Jumped from a ballast car of the Interurban Line hear that place on Sat urday slipped and fell his foot extending yr under the car The member t 4 was crushed The young man was an employe of the road He was ta ken to the hospital in Lexington whore his foot was amputated m CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of Weitzels Thanksgiving Specials lCHARLES WIilIPIflJZ J PERSONAL Mr Sam A Thomas has been in Georgetown this week Mr H K Ward of Versailles wasc in the city on Saturdarc 4Mrs Wm Cromwell has returned from a visit to Cincinnati Mr Walter Crady has returned from a visit to Buffalo Ky Rev J R Zeigler and wife visited friends at Ashland this week i Miss Josle Hughes left Wednesday for a visit to Texas relatives Mrs A G Jeffers has returned from a visit to Meade county t Miss Lilian Hunter was the goes of Miss Lida Edelen this week i Mr J Swigert Taylor is home from a business trip to Chicago Ills r Mrs Jas R Shaw letf Wednesday tor Springfield Mo to visit her sis ter c Capt Jesse Graddy and wife of Versailles were visitors here on Sat a urday Mr Albert H McClure has returned from a business trip to New York City Miss Pattie Burnel and Miss Fan nie Crittenden left Monday for Ash land Mr W O Davis of Versailles war s in the city on legal business Tues dayMiss Mary Belle Taylor has return- Ed from a visit at Tyron North Caro lina Mrs Ernest Crutcher and son of Lexington are guests of relatives here Mrs Bertha Mims who has bee the guest of Mrs Wm Cromwell has gone to Texas Miss Lily Benckhart of Lexington Was the guest of Mrs Austin J a Lynch this week Mrs W P Williams of Irvine was the guest of her mother Mrs S C r Bull this week Dr H B Innes of Render is th guest of his brother Mr W T Innes near Peaks Mill Prof J B Crabbe Superintendent of Public Instruction elect was in the ely on Thursday Mr J Smith Hays of Winchester was the guest of his uncle Gen N B Hays this week Rev W Q Vreeland of Louisville was the guest of his mother Mrs reeland this week Mrs C Gran Graham of Lexln ton was the guest of her sister Mrs Mollie Thomas this week Mr R R Parsons of Lexingto- was the guest of her daughter Mr O B Demaree this week Mr Arthur Scott of Lexington was the guest of his parents Col James A Scott and wife this week Mr Walter G Chapman wife and children left Monday for Tyron C to be gone several months Mrs Harvey M Bain of Lexington was the guest of her brother Mr f John C Mastin on Saturday Mr A Gabe Addams former Clerk I t t r L n JJsEI Our 50c 60c and 75c Table Linens t of the Court of Appeals visited fcfts friends in this city this week Miss Frances Wallace of Lexington was the guest of Miss Fannie T Lewis at Woodlake this week Col Moses R Glennn who was called to Central City by the death his father has returned home Miss Owens of New Orleans La who has been the guest of Mrs S E James has returned home Dr W O Bullock and wife and Mrs Desha Breckinridge of Lexing ton were visitors here Wednesday Miss Margaret Innes of New York City arrived In this city on Sat urday night on a visit to relatives Mr Huston Wood and Mr T Noble KentuckytCol Jas A Scott Esq W P Scott and Mr Arthur Scott left Wednesday for Trigg county on a hunting expedi tion Rev Lewis N Thompson of Louis vine was the guest of his mother Mrs Ed Porter Thompson Sr this week Mr Fred Sutterlin and wife and Mr G E Kagln were called to Gus ton Ky by the illness of Mrs Louisa Neff Miss Nellie McEwing of Beech mont was the guest of her mother Mrs Sam McEwing Broadway this week Mrs George Perkins and Mrs Mary Leber mere 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 K Marshall and wife in Ma son county thenPrudential 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 beeeSamuel 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 Grinstead West- Side have returned home Mr Geo W Hutcheson and daugh ter of Lawrenceburg were visitor- here Tuesday Mr Hutcheson is postmaster at Lawrenceburg Mrs J L McCoy of Winchester LexgMrs E C ORear Shelby street this week Henriettsa the guest of his father Capt Jas E Blackburn at Spring Station has reo turned home Mr Wm Severance and wife o Stanford were called here Thursday by the death of the child of Rev J M Sevedshrdletaoishrdltietaoincmfwy M Severance DeWItts Little Early Risers are the best pills made They do not gripe Sold by South Coy Our 4 5 6 andI Childrens Coats 750I RELIGIOUSr ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinn the rec tor will conduct the services 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser mon 730 p m Evening Prayer 930 a m Sundayschool in the chapelWednesday evening prayer at 780 p m The PUbl1CPDerflY Invited to attend FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Her Dr M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 In the chapel Baracca class Vt 945 a m taught by the pastor BaptistYoungPeoples Union will meet at 630 p in- Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 In the Chapel Everybody cordially Invited Seats free oJfe CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rer C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m in the chapelChrlstianEndelvbr Society will meet in the chapel at 645 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday even trig at 730 oclock In the Chapel Everybody Invited CATHOLIC CHURCHRuv Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct services as follows Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers and prayer at 730 p xn FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J R Zeigler the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945a m Conference of young men and young women at 645 p m Prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J pastornSundayschool 945 Preaching by the pastor at 1100 a m And 730 pm Epworth League av 645 p m Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at 780 V r Everybody Invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN thespastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 p Everybody Invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school at 330 oclock p m THORN HILLThere will be Sun isfp m ySALVATION ARMY Maj Wm Escott of Cincinnati in Charge of Salvation Army work Iff Kentucky Tennessee and Ohio will speak at the Armory No 114 Clinton street Satur day and Sunday 1Yj it HEENEYS SALE 1 FOR SALE 184 acres producing land write to H Wl Frankfort Ky R F D No2 Box 77 Oct 12Bt CLEVER TOBACCO MAN I Mr John Mingua who resides and makes his in this city but who is on the road most of the time in the capacity of a buyer for the Planters Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville is in the city this week for a short stay with 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 turned a thief supposed to be a negro seized the cash box of the car and made off with it The box was found but the coin which It contained was no whero visible Hereafter Manager Sallee will nail the b6xcs down eHIS DEAR OLD MOTHER My dear old mother who is now 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 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 by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by all drug gists 50 cents and U bottles l Ir t I JI 500 750 1000 Long Coats 600 700 1000 1250 Bear Skin and Lamb in all colors t Dress Goods All Wool Dress Goods 65c 50cAll Dress Goods 125Ifor 100 Gents and Underwear t and j If FS J HEENEY I I goad Someltimber headquarters momentarily eightythree strong strengthened Jackets Childrens Persian Ladies Childrens Gloves IAre You a Midlander Read MIDLANDr 1 The New MidWestern Fort nightly Midland Writers Midland Topics Two Dollars Per Year Sample Copies Free Cincinnati Nov 10lfc DUROC JERSEY BOARS FOR SALE I have a number of thoroughbred Duroc Jersey Boars ready for service for sale Apply to me at Switzer G W QUARLES Or at South Trimbles place where they are at present Nov 162m Mr ICOUNTRY Peaks Mill pike was burned to the ground with all Its contents consist Ing of 80 barrels of corn oats hay two buggies harness and other farm ing implements Loss abount 1200 with no Insurance CURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASEStCANCER GREATEST PURIFER FREE dlSoIeasedscabby skin bone pains catarrh pimplyyb takejBotanicall sores heal aches and itandDruggists or by express 1 per largeybottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deep seated cases as It cures after all falls elseiMar 21yI t 1 J l AUTUMN SHOPPING IS BRISK HERE wiTW Because our assortments of Fall and Winter Merchandise are so completeare so moderately priced Womens Cloaks fcnd Furs deserve special mentionevery new and pretty style is here the qualities are the very bestthe prices are much J lower than you would expect Our Dress Goods and Silks embrace every new fashionable weave the latest colors and Many novel attractive mixtures are in eluded the material hereSAVE MONEY on your new dress Underweargood strong serviceable underwear thats the kind r we carry The best qualities only are HEREwarm andcomfortable i garments that will wash well und wear longest Lowly priced too autumn Shopping is brisk hereCOME IN tomorrow and why some more rYesAR LVL E R SIIf VOTE OF FRANKLIN COUNTY r We give the official vote of Franklin county by precincts for the office of Governor at the late election For the rest of the ticket we give the totals GOVERNORI Precinct Hager Willson Voclers 147 210 Bridge 208 110 Court House 146 133 Gaines Stable 221 138 Market House 129 88 Gas House 100 113 l II Kenneys Mill 198 111 Utterbacks 116 47 Glores 61 27 Crutchers 133 129 Forks Elkhorn 100 66 Thorn Hill 183 57 Peaks Mill 100 38 Blooraingtop 62 22 I lmville 95 42 251Flat102 24 fHarvieland 1 s 65 9i 105 Baileys Mill l r 471PurringtonBridgeport 151 41 Hagers majority 1250 LIEUTENANTGOVERNOR Trimble Dem 2815 Cox Rep 1582 Trimbles majority 1233 AUDITOR Bosworth Dem 2789 16171IBosworths majority 1272 TREASURERIUaffoon Dem 2785 Farley Rep 1665 Lafloons majority 1220 ATTORNEYGENERAL Hendrlck Dem 2785 Breathitt Rep 1573 Hendricks majority 1212 SECRETARY OF STATE Vreeland Dem 2787 0Bruner Rep 156 Vreelands majority 1221 SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN STRUCTION Winfrey Dem 2773 15761IWinfreys majority 1197 CLERK COURT OF APPEALS Dem2792Ada- ms Chenault Rep x1560Ch- enaults majority 12J2 wCOMMSSIONER AGRICULTURE 27f54 Newman Dem 1668RankinNewmans majority 1196 Buford REPRESENTATIVEI Drane Rep Bufords majority 1197 RAILROAD COMMISSIONER McChord Dem 2772 Tarlton Rep 1577 McChords majority 1195 JUDGE COURT APPEALS Carroll Dem no opp 2788 CONSTABLE Thompson 1119 Weber 879 Thompsons majority 240 T CANDIDATE FOR STATE LIBRARIAN Mrs W LeslieCollins the well known poet author and composer will be a candidate for State Libra rian 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 of a wellknown turfman and live stock broker who was exceedingly popular throughout the State He was a life long 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 Commandery 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 nine by her poems stories and musical composi 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 respect and admiration of all who know her and is in every way qualified for the position which she seeks Louis ville Times IA SIGNIFICANT PRAYER- May the Lord help you make Bucklens Arnica Salve known to all writes J G Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took the pain out of a felon for me and cured it in a won derfully short time Best on earth for sores burns and wounds 25cts at all drug stores For sale by all druggists D LlttlEly Risers The famous little pills HE FOUGHT AT GETTYSBURG David Parker of Fayette N Y who lost a foot at Gettysburg writes Electric Bitters have done me more good than any medicine I ever took For several years I had stomach trouble and paid out much money for medicine to little purpose until I began taking Electric Bitters I would not take 5C for what they have dono for me 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 byrall druggists 50 cents Sold by all druggists M fELL OVER CLIFF While at work on the Rocky Branch pike on Wednesday Mr John Barber fell over a cliff and was badly hurt Dr G A Budd dressed his injuries and he is doing nicely 1 COMMITTEES FOR INAUGURA TION A INTEDi The 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 Tuesday December 10th A tickling cough from any cause s quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is si thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tells mothers everywhere to give it without hesitation even to very young babies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems ofa lung healing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure 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 The Spaniards call this shrub which the doctor uses The Sacred Herb Demand Dr Shoops Take no other Capital Pharmacy MADE MONEY ORDER OFFICE Under a recent order of the Post office Department the Forks ot Elk n1moneIn Franklin county iJtIUIEarly Risers Th tamouA little 011181 flOLDTAYLORflTHE PREMIER I KENTUCKY WHISKEYf Frankfort Kentucky E H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors t l iJi i f r It i d l + I1 JJ j 4irf1f11 W1j fIi74 t r q iv5tv 0 i ICOMMUNICATED Reminiscences of Col John Cunningham of Rosedale Cunningham Sta tionBourbon county Ky of the grand celebration at Boonesboro Madison county Ky which occurred on Sun day July 4 1848 Col John Cunningham has the reputation of having a remarkably won derful energy and is constantly re ferred to as one of the oracles of his county He has a fine library of law books and keeps himself thoroughly posted on all up to date events He was present at the magnificent Fourth of July Celebration and shook hands with a very old lady sitting in a chair who was introduced to him as Mrs Boone There were thousands and thousands of people in gorgeous and in brilliant military array with a glit tering dressparade of soldiers and brass bands of music and floating flags anc long lines 01 tables groaning with their beautiful and many delici ous fruits land refreshments Col Cunningham says Major C F Burnam has made a mistake in his dates in his History of the First Boonesborough Celebration Col Cunningham was captain at that time land afterwards promoted to be colonel regiment He rode a very hand some new saddle for the first time on that day on his spirited Bertram racer a noted dasher He was very erect in his figure and the girls described him Ias having sparkling black eyes and also as a popular and graceful danc er He has beautiful embroidered giltifriends which he highly prizes as a souvenir of his popularity with the ladies Col 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 carried them to Louisville Lexington Frankfort and other places The girls slipped and fell and rolled mud in their fine brocade silk dressesI but came up screaming anti laghing with their new silk bonnets all completely drenched sand spattered with mudOne of the tender romances of the occasion was brought about by one of the Fayette beauties Miss Auditt 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 Hood lasted from Sunday until Thursday and the river rose out of its banks We stayed with a party of girls find boys at Mt Stephen Eu banks all that time said Col Cunning ham My ladies were not exposed to the weather as they had retired to- Ih the home of Mr Holly before the rain After two hours of the storm the sun came out and the ladies were wading around in the mud and water when suddenly near night the rain burst forth in torrents again Col Cunningham says it was estimated that there must have been ten thousand people in that great assembly Miss Moore Miss Harrison the belles of Clark county and many beauties from old Madison were there for miles around and from over the State Col Cunningham remembered Ma jor I T Estill of Fort Estill as being remarkably handsome and graceful on r his splendid dappled iron gray charger which was afterwards sold for twelveyhundred dollarQ to the King of Brazil n South America i Historic old Boonesborough was the home of Hon Abner Oldham a splen did citizen a man of scholarly attain ments and of fine literary taste a very wealthy farmer and a prominent member of the Kentucky LegislatureIHis youngest daughter the brilliant t beautiful and accomplished Mrs LouIise Oldham was said to be a woman lof rare endowments and a woman theiimostconversationalists in the FranKfcrt Lexington and Richmond society cir dies This was her happy hunting ground around dear old Sulphur Well where the handsome and brilliant equestrian gathered in their plumage at dawn to seebright Aurora with her rosy fingers unlock the golden portals of the east and throw her flood of liv- Ing light upon this gay and gladsome old Boonesborough And at sunset often they came In brilliant array with- ever Increasing pleasure to enjoy the glory of the everlasting hills and the wild romantic enthusiasm which sits with embroidered grandeur upon the stately cliffs of old Kentucky LOCK NO 5 CLOSED h f Owing to the repairs upon the gates of Lock No5 at Clifton that lock will be closed for fifteen days t from November 25 This is rendered imperative by the dangers of high water which may come any time r i Thomas A Edison the great Amen can inventor says Fully eighty per cent of the illness of mankind comes from eating improper food or too much food people are inclined to overIndulge themselves This is where indigestion finds its beginning in nearly every case Thestomach can do just so much work and no more and when you overload it or when you eat the wrong kind of food the digestive organs can not possibly do the work demanded of them It Is at such times that the stomach needs help it demands help and also warns you by headaches belching sour stomach nausea and Indigestion boIwill actually lIwill do this It is a combination of natural digestants and vegetable acids and contains tho same juices found In a healthy stomach It Is pleasant to take It digests what you eat Sold by South S Co r sirT e Frankfort Roimaaijout Entered nt the postotlicc at Frankfort Ken tucky as secondclass nmihiblc mutter OEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT NOV 16 1907 SPECIAL NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS We have endeavored at all timesI to keep from our columns an calculated to wound the feelings of our readers and have cautioned our correspondents on several occasions to keep all neighborhood quarrels out of their letters and whenever we could see anything of that kind in their letters we used the blue pen ell But notwithstanding these facts such items have been supped in once or twice lately calculated to leave a sting behind which we sin cerely regret Of course we can not always detect these things and are not re sponsible for their insertion We vuld again caution our cor respondents in this regard Dont let your personal piques land matters of that character come in your com munications POWERS TRIAL ON In accordance with the order calling a special term of the Scott Circuit Court for the trial of Hon Caleb Powers charged with the murder of Senator Goebel that court met at Georgetown on Monday with Special I Judge James S Morris presiding A numtfer of preliminary motions were acted upon and these being dis posed of Judge Morris ordered the sheriff to summon 200 jurors from Harrison county and especially order ed him not to make any discrimina tion in summoning these jurors stat 1ing at the same time that if he found such disgraceful illegal conduct he would at once discharge the panel of his own motion What a contrast with the actions of the judges who have presided here toforeA trial is all that Powers asks Wo earnestly hope that it may be ac corded and these travesties upon jus tice cease fir DOUBLE SORROW It is with the profoundest sorrow j that we chronicle the death of little Miss Martha Severance the six year old daughter of Rev Jos M Severance and wife which occurred on Wednesday afternoon This is a doubly sorrow as only lagt week Mary Scott the youngest daughter died from the same dread Lfteronlycommunity 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 rLEFT FOR MORE PROFITABLE LOCATION f 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 new home Monday afternoon NEW WAREHOUSE AT OLD TAYLOR Not to be outdone by the other dis- tillerIes in this section which have built warehouses during the present season the foundations have been completed for a large one at the old Taylor plant on Glenns creek The new structure will be composed o wood nnd corrugated iron and will have all the latest and most approved appliances for the storage anti proper aging of whlslQI dlstlllerrIKentucky for that matter oh Tay lor always constructs his warehouses of wood and iron and not of brick NEW SKATING RINK OPENED The new skating rink which is located on Ihe conrer of Wilkinson and Mero streets in the West End of the city was opened up for the first time Monday afternoon and was patron ized by large numbers of colored people for whose use the resort is mainly Intended The proprietors of this latest of Frankfort enterprises ar Messrs M Busam L L Oberwart- and Howard Johnson A private p o liceman which position is filled b Col Zach Thomasson is on duty at the place during the afternoon an evening while the rink is openI COUNCILt =Fall to Agree on Skating Rink Li tense The meeting of the City Council Monday night was not marked by the consideration or passage on 4fany legislation of an important nature The question of placing two or more arc lights on the Louisville pike which section of the road is said to be really an extension or part of Second street came up again in the shape of a proposition from Col E H Taylor Jr and Mr Geo F Berry These gentlemen offered Ito clefrhy all or part of the expenses which would be incurred by the city should the new Ights be placed The council finally agreed to place the lights the city to defray threefourths of th costs while Messrs Taylor and Berry would only be required to paythe re maining fourth Petitions were received from citi zens of Broadway who reside in the neighborhood of the alleyway which intersects that street near the rail road trestle for an arc 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 The 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 metal The question of fixing the licens- for the two skating rinks now oper ating in the city caused quite ji dis cussion among the city dads when it came The amount of 25 a year had been practically agreed on by the commit tee 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 commit tee with power to act After allowing the usual accounts the Council then adjourned until the next meeting night t A Boston schoolboy was tall weakand sicklyiHis arms were soft and flabby He didnt have a strong muscle in hiI entire body The physician who had attended the family for thirty years prescribed Scott Emulsion NOW To feel that boys arm you would think he was apprenticed to a I blacksmith dk TALL DRUGGISTS 500 AND iooi COMMUNICATED Editor Roundabout A few days ago a party of visitors was standing In front of the new capitol and admiring the group of statuary on th elm pediment of the capital when one of the party asked what the copglomcration was designed for supposed to represent Another made the following explanation He 1said thin those two athletes on the east end represented the national game of football In making a touch down one has broken his leg and the father one is trying to raise him up and seat him on the anchor lying by which Is to be used on the ship state when it reaches the head of navigation on Salt river to hold it lady sroaX iroj scoi iu aol sins selected by the building committee next thing you see is a wild buffalo Its forlorn condition shows that its race Is fast passing away and was to represent the passing of the beef trust ash representative of the jungle Standing around is a sor rowful group of canned goods mag erates whom Teddy has just hit with tallhand slender figure with arm extended placedyon end arm is Leaguedpronouncing the benediction over the obsequies of the lost temperance amalgamationwith the Tyler platform That figure kissing the toe of the AssociationIIvoters In the country Behind them is the machine as chief mourner The wheel you see is the wheel of iH fortune attached to the car of politi cal judgment that has ground them in the dust Next you see a bucking Bronco that has thrown its rider Hager in his effort to straddle the bucking platform of the reverend Doctor and Mr Tyler The exquisite work of art at the extreme west end of two Indians digging seng is in tended to represent progress and illustrates how the machine like Indian and UJiitedewas made the recipient of honors far above his expectations or deserts by the grace of an assassins bullet May we never look upon his like again Tempora mutantur et nos mutantur tIn illus All of this beautiful work of art only asthe pittance of forty thousand dollars executed by a na tional sculptur and his kindergar ten class which the two local stone cutters sculptors and contractors of Frankfort could have executed as well or better for at the most less than onefourth of that amount VERITASlELKS MINSTRELS WitnessedeBy Big Crowds The two entertainments given by Frankfort Lodge No 530 B P O Ellis on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at the Capital Opera House were firstclass in all respects Record breaking crowds were pres eat at each appearance The singing by the chorus and by special members was something rarely ever excelled by local talent any where and even professionals would do to look well to their laurels The accrobatic work by the team wasa surprise to every one and proved the value of the Y M C A gymnasium and the Elks Bowling Rooms Prof Wm R Pattie who arranged and directed theme exhibitions proved hijnself a decided success demon stratlng his ability as a musical di rector We are glad to say that the affair has proved not only a fine success as an entertainment but a decided finan cial success 0IREPARIRS TO BENSON BRIDGE Some needed repairs are In contemplation for the bridge across Ben son creel and lumber for this pur pose will be delivered and work be 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 atten tion The people of both sides of the river are hoping for the day when an entirely new structure will Frankfort proper with the connectI crossing the Kentucky river at a point somewhere below Broadway The county and city authorities will be called on to rake this improve ment at no distant dSjr Ejj the people In such terms that they can not afi ford but to heed the call 3fllt h r Pi Pleasant to1 take 1I fwlfi linrh Laxativef 1 L NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Door And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines f- LYNS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as 1Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGIST 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows BlowersIHoes Forks Spades Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheellborrows 0 Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulins l Monkey Wrenches Pipefl r Fittings and Wrenches FRANK Gi STAGG jI Hardware Paints Oils Etc a II Capito FoundrJ j Machine Co1 HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY Dealers in 6and Repairers of lt Machinery and MachineISupplies of Both New and Secondhand if WE HAVE FOR SALE 8xhorse Power Portable Engine and Boller Ten horse Power Stationary Steam Engine Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and GrIst Mill turn200 Bushels Capacity BOTH PHONESI r iJ f1ea i iSf J S i Te Knockout Blow Tfto blow which knocked out Corbet sIromj jawthopunches were thrown in to worry a mhadregionthebringinghONrtomae Is most vulnerable organ out ofbo prrM ring as well as In it We protect uurhcnHa throats feet and lungs but the JwKiohvo aro utterly IndIffe- rent to until dIseKfinds tho solar plexus and knocks us out7 Make votir stomach ound nnrl strover ha ct i5 serves Gol c 1PI en lhscoverv n ou rr t ou mos ujlner lUuduuwcRffitffliVrcnian Iscover cures weak stomach Indigestion or dyspepsia torpid liver bad thin and 1m pure blood and other diseases of tho or sans of digestion and nutrition Tho Golden Medical Discovery has a specific curative effect upon all mucous surfaces and hence cures catarrh no mattcr hero located or what stage it may have reached In Nasal Catarrh It siSagotstho Discovery as a constitutional rem I edy Why tho Golden Medical Dlscov apstomachorgans will be plain to you if you will read a booklet of extracts from tho writ Ings of eminent medical authorities endorsing its ingredients and explains their curative properties It is mail free on requ st Address Dr RV Pierc- Buffalo NThis booklet gives all t Ingredients entering into Dr medlcincsfrom which it will be seen th puretriplerefinedDr Pierces great thousandpage illus trr ed sewillstampstddress =THE YOUTHS COMPANION CALENDAR FOR 1908 The publishers of The Youths Com panlon will as always at this season present to every subscriber whose subscription 175 is paid for 1908 a beautiful calendar for the fev year Four paintings by artists of dish nc tion are reproduced in the four panels of the Calendar by a process of color painting which has been recently brought to remarkable excellence The first of the panels is an inspir ing sea scene full of the beauty of the wide ocean and sky and the joyous rush of the homewardbound ship The second is a fine cattle pier 1 The third picture an old mill at Zaan damtypical Dutch in treatment The fourth panel depicts a Girl with Rosesa charming face exquisite in color arid expression All the pictures are worthy of preservation long after 1908 has passed into the good old I time s erHIGHLAND RAILROADC That the Kentucky Highland Rail road will be built on to Versailles A there is now not the least dou d When the road was first started many said that it would only reach as f GlennsIwill he constructed as speedily as lawcd to a point beyond the Old Ti lor distillery and work is bei pushed to the limit by the who hope to have many more miles of the line graded before they are compelled to cease operations by the in advent of hard wintry weather Track laying has already progressed overca Imileor more from the Frankfort endays 1and before Christmas cars will doubt less be in operation between raytNo improvement that has comeJ with the rush of prosperity that cen tered at the Capital City since t permanent location of the seat of r ernment in Frankfort and the btti Ing of the new Capitol will prove moro importance than the buildi of tho Kentucky Highland It fraught with great possibilities for and will have a dominating effect the future of this city The transp tation facilities of Frankfort will be benefitted to a large extent as it place us in touch with the South and Louisville and Atlantic at Verrl isallies and otherwise help the home- townt in many waysatal CASTORIAFor Infants and Children i The Kind You Have Always Doug B 1S1iI1aturt of I f L t rj 1 l1iw ljfef wrwe lrrP3Ft mn Memphis Commercial Appeal IN KENTUCKY v The election results In Kentucky a bewcall the recent history of the Sta tanparty have been gradually eliminated crofcrgend is in sight Kentucky Is normally a Democratic State With men like John O Car lisle Wm Lindsay Henry Watterson the late Col Breckinridge and athe sidetracked it is no wonder that ti Democratic ascendancy has been tot crybel was assassinated several yeaSago the Republican party was iously dammed and Democratic as cendency was continued by that deed Goebel become amartyr and a cc tain set of small fry politicians have been thriving on that martrydom evorlu nce Had Goebel not been mur he would long ago have been relegated to private life with the dls proval of the people of Kentucky Goebel was able unamiable and tirely unscrupulous He canvassed the of Kentucky Governor with thng0pltotax betraying Stone getting control of the organization and nervily unseating veral hundred delegates Goe managed to secure the Democratic nomination It was the most artistic piece of highway robbery ever perpe trated againstt11o Democracy of Ken tuck In the election that ensued Goebel was deflated and the State 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 his purpose and got up a contest before tIle Legislature order to pluck the governorship as had plucked the Democratic nomination 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 bel It was only natural that this mur der should react against the Republi party and make people forget ti political sins of William Goebel But the small fry collected round Goebel have been living on his murder ever since They have let the re urdererHenry Youtsey go in measure and have concentrated their efforts to bring about the hanging of aleb Powers who wasnt in Frank fort when Goebel was killed and who had been connected with the murder abbta greater stain coartshe botoevidentinly Gonee so many tactical mistakes in perpetuat = dastardlyI thngaragreatInot only in the interest of justice but the interest of the people of ken tucky It is time to put the Gae se to sleep and resume upio n UCKET SHOP IN FRANKFORT Toddheer Cototrt dldIs buofst Fr a Helissum ofdo 250 to Mr Tucker the proprietor of bllllaorrd purpose purchasing dolewillnd makee a to in to his investment The case promises to prove to n interesting one when it is call and the best legal talent in the Capi is employed on either side of the controversy Scott Hamilton Und Guy Briggs will appear for the plain nd dotehfge G Williams Dr WcsTttti Syrup and Cerate fiMWMfol treatment for blood ad akin dleeee- nfP 7 ji J oriIuwrrnr an tKrr THE BURLEY TOBACCO 8ITUA TION reThe tobacco situation in the Burley lt at the present moment appears teto be largely in favor of the growers ieand the pool They have matters well in hand The samples of the op of 1906 are nearly all in and that op will soon be ready for sale It understood that little trouble will be experienced in disposing of the 1906 pooled tobacco as several inde pendent buyers have 4ndicted a will- Ingness to purchase large quantities rsso soon as it Is placed on the mar eteTho successful sale of the 1900 op will mean a sweeping victory the growers and will mark the ending of a game fight whjch the tobacco planters of the Burley Belt have put up against the trustrThe Franklin county pool has been fine shape from the start of a movement that has made such wonderful strides in the tobacco raising counties of Kentucky and has aided very materially by its firm attitude in Theenextremely high price which the few hogsheads of 1907 burley placed on e market within the past two weeks commanded Is a straw that ainly shows which way the wind is bl owing I and the pooled growers can see nothing but fair skies ahead MANY FRUIT TREES betIFranklin county will be one of the greatest fruit producing sections in the country one of these fine day That is if onehalf ofithe fruit treeSl shipped in here during the past two weeks or moretake root and The great number received and seen In the wagons of the farmers augurs well for a generous supply of fruit of every description in the years to come LECTURE ON THE NEW INDIA On Novembdr 2Gth at the chapel of the Episcopal Church under the auspices of the Woman s Club Mr K naga Rultman a native of Bast India will lecture upon conditions in his country Mr Rultman will be interesting to the public generally as well as missionary socities Admission 35 cents Lecture to begin at 8 p m o2t HENRY COUNTY MAN DIES SUD DfNLY Frank Morris of New Castle Henry county died suddenly at the Petty hoarding house near the L N depot Sunday night The dead man had been on a spree and it Is more than likely that his death was bright alcofolIsmwith in Henry county but as they made no request that tic dy be held the remains were at the expense of the city and th county ExcessOf Smoking Affected My Heart bniSo I Had To Sit Up To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me tThere is nothing that has a more deleter ious effect the cardiac or heart nerves than the excessive use of tobacco Pain and oppressivefeelingthroat discomfort from sleeping on the left side and smothering spells at night when the arenkSmokers who leel these symptoms and who not understand their should be in time by the following experience I was greatly troubled with an affection smokingOnto begin a course of treatment which in MilesNervine thedirections lieforewas so nervous I could not keep my hands galasedposturetowould seem as though my heart had achievedisMiles Heart Cure Restorative Nervine and other remedies to all sufferers from heart or EUJAIIHALLAll dru sell and fonDr MUlti Medical Co Elkhart Ind rli i il i c c1z IcI E7iALCOHOL 3 PEK AVcgclablcPrcparalionlbnls eta ting Ute S tomacbs amiBowelsof PromolesDigestionjCheerfur ness Contalns OpiumMorphinc nor Mineral NOT NARC OTIC llmptolOldDrS1MWII11lEIl IiRJtAttS41lt ConsftpaUon WorrasConvnlsionsFevBrish ness andLoss OF SIXER Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK 32QGunrantee un rt Fa =o j Exact Copy of Wrapper- r For Hay Straw alt Seeds and Call On ST Both L J IT DOUBLE It warms the coldest and largest room in from light rolls to Christmas turkey looks just any heater made It airtight enthusiastic Pine Cast Iron tops and bottoms making last for years without repairs Made only by UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA Trial Catarrh treatments are mailed out freeon request Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the pennys costthe great value of this scientific known to drug sts as Dr Shoops Ca Remedy Sold by Capitol i4I Er CASTORIA For Infants and the Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the- signature of l A Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA tHE T EBESTBRERD FROMaPRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR t ASK YOUR GROCER Potatoes Produee HEISE SONS CLAIR STREET tPhones nttCosby Patent AirTight Baker and Heater DOES DUTY busyhousewifea Thanksgiving or it as n at as is beingit beingII peoplewithout a prescription everywhere PharmacyI Children ITHEATSfAN- DCOOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made 1 IStomach troublts heart and kid can be quickly correct ed with a prescription known to the druggists everywhere as Dr Snoops Restorative The prompt and sur- prIsing relief which this remedy fm mediately brings is entirely due to its restorative action upon the control lug nerves of the stomach etc Capt tol Pharmacy i1 Conscientious WatchestA mans Watch has a heavy responsibility to bear in keeping its owner up to timeand some would say that a womans is even more burdened For that reason if for no other a fully warranted watch is a necessity to everyone whether the case be plain silver or diamondset solid goldIOur Watches are fitted with standard works I ELGIN WALTHAM HAMILTON and a special line of high grade imported Watches Every one is fully guaranteed and any fault will be cheerfully rectifiedfM A SELBERT JEWELERIF YOU BUY IT AT 81 LIEUTS ITS GOOD H DRMILES ANTIPAIN PILLS I f FOR- NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHE- PAIN IN CHEST DISTRESS IN r STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS IFIARRIED GRUBBSTHURMAN this coun ty on Wednesday Mr Edward Grubbs and Miss Minnie Thurman were married Y y COLSTONTAYLORIn this coun f1s ty on Wednesday Mr Clarence Cols ton and Miss Florence Taylor were married X7 4 r WAKEFIELDHUNDLEY In this ps County on Wednesday Mr James M x Wakefield and Mrs Amanda Hundleys BSSAdams of the First Baptist Church this city Mr Wakefield is known and beloved by every body in this com- munityk His bride is a handsome and popular lady a sister of his former wife Hearty congratulations are ezi tendedSDeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve penetrates the por- esthorty cleansesand is healing and i soothing Good for piles Sold by South Co NEW EXPRESS AGENT Mr C C Clark of Maysville has I been appointed Agent of the Adams I Express Co in this city to relieve Mr A B Jolly who has been appointed to a better position in the Lexing ton office Mr Jolly made an efficient and ac commodating agent and we regret to see him leave us rr Mr Clark comes highly recom t mended and we welcome him to our community I Stop That Cold To check carlycoldsorGrippe with Preventlcs means sure for To stop a cold with Pxeventlcs safer than to let It run and be t ObUged to cure It afterwards To be sure Pre VenUes will cure even a deeply seated cold but 2 early at thu sneeze stagethey break or rpbead off these early colds Thats surely Thats why they are called Preventlcs- Preventlcsaro little Candy Cold Cures bctterl nothing sickening Nice childrenand thoroughly safe too M chilly If you sneeze If you ache all over think ofI Preventlcs Promptness also save half your usual sickness And dont forget your child if there Is feverishness nlshtordny Heroin probably lies Preventlcs1 greatest efficiency Sold In 6c boxes for thu pocket also In Tic boxes of 48 h Preventlcs Insist on your druggists giving y- ouPrcvcntics CAPITOL PHARMACY SfI J 1 j ecr I Headache REACHING THE SPOT It Can Be Done So Scores of Frank fort Citizens Say To cure an aching back The pains of rheumatism The tiredout feelings You must reach the spotget at the causeIn most cases tis the kidneys Doans Kidney Pills are for the kid neysMrs Elizabeth Johnson of 340 Blanton street Frankfort Ky says My son was greatly benefited by the use of Doans Kidney Pills Some time ago he had a bad spell of rheumatism and the attack was so severe that he was 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 dull aching across the back and sharp pains In his kidneys if he stooped to to 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 advertisement about Doans Kidney Pills the claims made for this remedy so impressed me that I decided to have my son give them a trial A box was procured at J W Gayles drug store At my request he began taking them and to my glad surprise as well as his own he noticed almost immedi ate relief In a short time the backache had entirely left him the difficulty with the secretions had been correctedand he felt as well as ever againFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other BIRTHS SOUTHAt the Kings Daughters Hospital on Wednesday to Dr Sam South and wife a sonJohn IAPP TIS 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 tho safe gentle cleansers and invigorators Guaranteed for headache biliousness malaria and jaundice at all drugstores 25 cents For sale by all druggists 1 t t yr tti rr Vof TAKE ONE the Little Tablets AND THE PAIN is GONE BERTHS PARKERIn this city on Monday Mr Michael Parker aged seventyfive jMr was a stone mason by trade and followed his avocation in dustrtouBlyj until the Infirmities ol age prevented He was ardent mem member of tl te Catholic Church He leaves one son and two daughters to mourn hits death A number of relatives and friends also survive himThe burial services were conducted from the Church of the Good Shepherd by Rev Father T S Major on Thursday and the remains were de posited in the Catholic Cemetery SEVERANCE In this city on Saturday night Mary Scott Sever ance daughter of Rev J M Sever ance and wife aged four years of membranous croup The sincerest sympathy of the whole community goes out to these afflicted ones The blow was so sud den and unexpected only ill a few short hoursand all was over The burial services were conducted Monday by Rev C R Hudson and the loved little one was laid away until that bright day shall dawn BABBITTAt the Confederate Sol diets Home jPewee Valley on Monday night MrS Matt Babbitt aged about eighty years of the Infirmities of age Mr Babbitt was a genial whole souled hospitable man and numbered his friends by his acquaintances He was a brave and gallant soldier in the Confederate Army After the close of the war he returned to Wood ford county and followed his occupa tion of carpenter and builder until age compelled him to go to the Confederate Home He had failed rapidly in the list few months dauglls a large circle oC warm friends and acquaintances thoIyears The funeral services were conduct ed from the Millville Baptist Church on Wednesday afternoon at three oclock and the remains were laid to rest by the side of his wife who had preceded him to the grave some four months ilAlMOlOJ 3vJdazLg r If you havew HeadacheTry J 00 They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no bad AftereffectsI i 25 Doses 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulk Fruit Ornamental IShrubs Gripe for Orchard Vines TreesI Qardea We employ no agents Catalogue on application K F Hillenraeyer Sons Lexington Ky I Oct 123- mLouisville fltlantlc Ballwau EAST BOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains leave Versailles for Beatty ville and intermediate at 700 a m and at 1200 noonJWESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains from Beattyville and intermediate points arrive at Versailles at 1030 a m and 530 p m ON SATURDAYS ONLY Train leaves Versailles for Richmond and intermediate points at 730 p m ON SUNDAYS ONLY Train leaves Richmond for Versailles and intermediate points at 415 p m The L A and the Traction Line affords excellent service betw Frankfort and Nlcholasville Hien mond Irvine Beatyville and Intermediate points For further information addrtM H R SMITH G P A Versailles Ky Oct 5ly NEW MOVING PICTURE SHOW Messrs H Heise Sons the flour am feed store men on St Clair street have arranged to have a mov ing picture show in one side of their big store room The arrangements are about complete and they will offer the very best attractions In this line to be had Trial catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are i proving to the peoplewithout a pen I nys costthe great value of this scientific prescription known to druggists I everywhere as Dr Shoops Ca tarrh Remedy Sold by Capital Phar macy n Chesapeake Ohio By Schedule in effect Nor 25 1006 sibject to change without notice Halted for toalsville NashTllle Mem phis West and Southwest 920 A M Dallflimited Per Washington Baltimere Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Pelnt sad Norfolk 1016 A X and 801 P M Dally 28lyr The postmaster of Gosconda Mor Daniel A Bugh says of DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills I am doing t so well Lana Improving so fast la tl health that I can not say too much for your kidney and bladder pills I feel like a new man DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are sold by South Co 1 A FOOLISH PLAf4 f reecauaeindigestionbiliousness self anemia emaciation uriof acid neuralgia in various of that system catarrhal inflammation ofthe canal and numerous other ments that rob life of its pleasures if do not finallyrob you of itself inIJIm the bowels is a mon expression of ie who look erable and are miserable yet who in II letting nature take its course qWbat aa plan when nature could be aided the use of Greens August Flower which is natures own remedy II constipation and all stomach ills JAugust Flower gives new life to theiliver and insures healthy stools t+ 4Two sizes 350 and 750 All druggittl For sale by J W Gayle 0 WantedGood country sage Apply to Bowen Henry East Main street Oct 2Ctf r ud d I i i AxuJ SIi rJi 1Id tqlit VNi h f jYil Nr 1Lf JtIJ f rn 11 Jf Fall AnnouncemenT Our stock of the various articles is the most complete to be found in this city Dont fail to see our line of I I ARIZONA tLAND l t t PCOOKs Meat Choppers all kinds and prices Carving Sets- Butchers Clevers Butcher Knives of all of Guns Rifles Guns Rifles Fibre Rink SIrates Steel Roller Walk Skates Black Shells Department t Shears every anteed Table Knives Forks Maga WostenholmPocketI HEATING STOVES F Pittsburgh ElectricWelded Fence Horses Hogs Stock and Poultryt Sporting Goods Kinds Consisting DoubleBarrel Shot and SingleBarrel Shot Air Powder and Shot Winslow Side Smokeless and Powders Loa d Our Cutlery Miss Scissors and pair guar Rogers 1847 For Coal Oil Heating Stoves 350 1 5 Rochester Silver Nickled Ware j Chafing Dishes 300 to 1200 Baking Dish es X150 to X600 Soup Toureens400 to 600 Coffee Pots Tea Pots Cake Trays Fruit Bas kets Pitchers Tea Sets and Trays all shapes and sizes I I4C SOWRR GOt 307309 Main StreetHardwarej Merchants Both Phones r- r tv1ft T SPECIAL SALE f j I SUITSOVERCOATS 6 v I5OOJ t1 rr T4 h n WORTH 18 AND 20 1 II 1 T f1I getonejustashe needs it Now 1r +h ere are just about suitsand 60 O L ULLJ jJJa vuJ u tp fwhen come quit ou overcoats in the tA ifSizeslong They are all hand tailored all wool fabrics and perfect fitting Worth 18 and 20 tf Jlbout15 are values that are exceptional Sizes 36 to 42 tNow heres an unusual chance to make 15 do the work of 2O Dont fail to take advantage of it f t t= f r r I R KZ BoiasINCORPORATED ter 21QQ14 St Clair Street FRAl KFORp KY r v cn Communicated THE FRANKFORT POLICE The metropolitan police force ot Frankfort seems to have a reputation and a name Whether this Is due to the body as a whole or is the con spicuous reflex of individual acts by certain members the line of reputa tion and fame seems to be a progres live one One member of the force kills the eon of an estimable citizenin the discharge of d ity Another member in police uniform sat as an officer of registration and under its overpow ering insignia catechised voters as to their elective rights Later he backs up a bully who is attempting to tear down the curtain from the election booth Later still he strikes a citi zen in the face in a bar room because vptedthetours and no apologies It has been held by the courts and all authorities on civil government that the highest duty of the guardi ans of the law is to protect the lives and liberty and the property of th citizen If that he true where oh where would the Frankfort Police find a rest for their weary feet and a name that some member would not tarnish LAW AND ORDER SELLS HOUSE Mr Harry Rogers has sold to Mr I Gudgell his house and lot on Conway street There is nothing bttter for stom ach troubles than Kodol which con tains juices found in a fine healthystomach Kodol Is offered o a guarantee plan for the relief o heart burn flatulence sour stomach belching of gas nausea and all other stomach troubles So at times when you dont feel just right when you are drowsy after meals and your head y aIIlbitfOnllandyou eat It will make you healthy Sold by South Co i r 1 a i FOUND DEAD IN BUGGY Mr James Mconald more famil iarly known as Long Jim was found dead sitting In his buggy on Thursday morning near the residence Mr Harry Shaw on the Versailles pikeCoroner Graham was summoned and took charge of the body OPEN SEASON FOR GAME The close season for game expired on yesterday and the country surrounding Frankfort was pretty well sprinkled with hunters from this city who had gone out in search of quail and 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 son eeaFISH AND GAME STORE Mr Leonard has opened up a fist and game store opposite the Capital descriep tion ota business house is qnite new to Frankfort but such a convenlece f needed here and the enterprise wil no doubt prove a successful oneYou cant be well if you have aj weak unhealthy tired out stomach Neither can you feel good if by some little irregularity in eating you havej caused the stomach to get out of order These little stomach troubles are signs of indigestion which may and very often do turn into a very bad case of dyspepsia Dont allot this to go ono a single day doing something 4o overcome Take some good reliable and sal forcspepsiaf allItroubles Cotdg TOR = Bearl 8Jsnatuo of A When the baby Is cross and has you worried aril 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 Cads Condition Powders art just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food Ifmedicine the best in use to horse in prime condition Price3 ants per nacknge For sale by JW Gayle and Le Compte Gayle BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES FRANKFORT DIVISION Cars will leave center for Ver sallies at 6 a m 8 a m10 a m 12 m 2 p m 4 p me and 6 pim Cars will arrive from Versailles at 8 a m 10 a m 12 m 2 p m 4 p 7 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 to Versailles From Versailles to this city cars run every hour from 7 a m to 7 pm IParis Division every hour from 6 a m to 7 p in and nt 0 and 11 p m Leave Paris very hour from 6 a in to 7 p m and 10 p m Divisionst LeavetLeave Georgetown everYhour from 010 n m to 815 p m and at 10 p m 1Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 0 m to 6 p m and at 0 and p 54h5 p m E T Phone 610 Home Phone 174 nger2tt 4Pti t 6 THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR JtHightcpnclusionprice Our work is strictly handmade and is soldunder a guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle dropussuit you in both quality and prices All we ask is an topportunity to discuss the matter with you f Seller Carriage GO Iqc tj 1 f JJPresident genuineLaxativei r rnmerty tlm n a Ooh in one daI For Wea- kKidneysInflammation of the blad der urinary troubles and DeWitts backache useIand Bladder Pills A Weeks Treatment 25c E C DWITT A CO Chicago III Sold by South Co Ird ll BROW ING I i Sec and Tnd I IIRUeffIAnnmencing at 615 a m and every 15 minutes until 1015 p m i IFor ParkAt 615 a m and 3 cars until 1015 p miFor CemeteryG30 a m every 46 minutes until 9 45 p m For Leestown 630 aim and every 30 minutes until 10 p m F iJfANDWITH Dr Kings New Discovery I FOR cOUCHS 100 fIOOills Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES SATISFAOT08OR i t I il