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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r1 Du FRANKFOBAt i oA LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY ERDFV- j L XXXI i FRANKFORT KENTUrT fG OTIS UNDER THE LIGHT I AGAIN Frankforts premier desperado and filrbund bad man Big Otis Evans has been heard from again after did appearlng from the public eye for several months presumably having = been hibernating In one of the numer ous caves which he calls home dur ing the Interim lie was arrested at committedrrounding country and appears to be In for some rather rough usage at the bands of the law I Some lawyers contend though that as the has been declared insane by a Franklin county JUry and com mitted to the asylum m a lunatic that he is now immune as It were from punishment for whatever of- fense that he may be guilty of and that he has In fact been granted a license to steal or otherwise do Just us he pleases Other learned legal rhts state that such a view of the r is a nonsensical one and that certainly amenable to the prO of the Criminal Code and re dealt with accordingly The ntlon Is an Interesting one rtheless end the outcome will closely watched by the legal Ira throughout the land faty WINTER MAYBE of the weather prophets who 4sem to hit the mark now and then i f are of the opinion that the approach ing winter will be an open one and V are giving all kinds of reasons why they so believe A cwestern prophet states that the best sign In the world V Is to observe the actions of the beaver and muskrats which he declares have nude no preparation this season for a hard winter though when one such is approaching they get very busy t tlt Is to be sincerely hoped that prophets are right for opce as the human family in the latitude of Kentucky are vitally Interested in the 5weather of the colder months of the no sudden changes to severe I cold and Bleety conditions being alI ways eminently conducive to sickness especially is this the case in so far as it relates to elerly persons or those cursed with a weak donstlt- ur tion rFRANC ORT5- GEORGE SALENDER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries Notions Cigars and Tobacco and Country Produce No 610 Second St South Side New PJiontx 517 Old Phone 808 I 16OmKODAKS I LECOMPTE GAYLE CO ImH EBNEB rporatedIJuno 15Om LAUNDRY I The M N Laundry alms to do the best work in the State All work called for and deliver ed E G NELL Agent Office 228 St Clair St up j66m PLUMBING I r When In ne nLflrstclass new or old sanitary work call on 4 Chas Whltehoad 104 St Clair etrqet Heady at all times with 16GmGjo to suit the most skeptical I lo Friiii1ort leD GolllDollr Mdnufaoturors of Pure Artificial I I Too made from Distilled Water Factory Nos 102 104 106 and 108 Main Street Phones 89 and 89 ib 10 largest and best equipped 1plant In the State June lfjm i t tr i 1 i trr 5t GLENNS CR C Parties who re and Old Taylorighb that since the late r for several miles Is passible condition a see no prospect for bl ing the winter The soil which has been thrown on the county roadway by the contractors for the Highland Railroad is said to be responsible for the existing state of affairs as well as the washing of the soil from the hillside and the roadbed of the High landDoubtless the county authorities will take steps to repair the county road at tho earliest opportunity and the people of that section need not therefore despair The track laying on the railroad has now progressed beyond the Big Eddy and the grade has been practically completed as far as Mlllyllle 4At this rate and should weath conditions continue to remain favorable thu route from this city to Versailles will be in operation in a short while il VICTORY FOR DEFENSE When Judge Morris ruled in the circuit court at Georgetown on Wed ne day that the second 100 men sum moned from Harrison county as jurors in the Powers case had improperly summoned on beenI the defense and discharged the It was a decided victory for the fendant It has been the tleI of the defense in every one of the trials that the juries were packed against the defendant and this decision upholds that contention SKY SCRAPER CLIMBING The building of the McClure Realty Company which is rearing its head heavenward at the coiner of Main and St Clair streets has reached its third story above the surface and atctalnedtonish the older inhabitants of the CI1t l City who in the old time conservative age could not conceive a building being erected In this city that would really go higher than four stories at mostc f QGRE5aIVE 111 t SOUTH S CO PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY juno fm BOth Phoritte 171 aiiijitiI S1oI1il LIIIIIIY StsiLlmndryFRANKFORT KY Juno 15I lIn ddltto 1t- oLUMBER We sell the Celebrated Ham WurlPinsHAMMOND CO Juno 6ra W J SOOTTOW Country Produce a Specialty and Fancy Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Doth Phones Cor 2nd Bridge Streets Juno 15S- inJOB PRINTINGAT ROUNDABOJJT i t cII Vr R ev coat fUT Women blackj 3 The swepesttbing ino n a Velve 2500 Velvet IS silk ti ity nicelne good quality satin Excellent valu jWALY SPECIAL Better than anyt re 500 are these magnificent skirts we offer at 5 r x You will won sat 9 00 and 1000 j also have many oth 0 h i IISilkPetticoats made of tn wide flounces 500 Silk Petticoats f Coats 300 LChildrens I I NFRANKFORT KENTUCKY STREET r f Jv u v COL ED P BRYANS HEAVY LOSS burglar entered the residence of Col Ed P Bryan at Bound Brook NJ one night recently and got away with over l00b worth of jewelry etc among other things taking Mrs Bryans wedding ringWe sincerely regret to hear of our friends loss MERCHANTS Am Ready To Make PHOTOSA- nd TheBestIall styles of Portraits at new Gallery South BridRoSt on the graphor H61 MATTERN Have you a Gas Stove If not get one at once and save money Call on us fqr a perfect stove at light price The Capital Gas Electric June 166m Light CO Incorporated The South Side Meat Mark tlt The Best Beef Lamb Veal Pork Fresh and Smoked Sau Sliced Ham Oysters Isage m Fish NEVILLE in Season COLLINS Liquors and Where to Buy Them I The Pure Food Law will not affect us We always did and always will sell nothing but I Straight Liquors at GEO B SALENDEB 45 St Clair Every thing bnt the color comes out in the wash if done by The Troy LaundryJO- HN W OAYLE agent- iun4 it INIH a well known and expert carpenter of this city who sgme of the bqst inside work on the new L N passenger station has secured a nice contract from Mr T J Harlow of near Bagdad will build a nice residence to cost 3000 Whit isclever fellow and good mechanic and since he has gone into the contracting business on his own account IsII meeting with gratifying success CASTORIAFor Infants andOhildren The Kind You Have Always Bought theSignature g 4Caracal an Coa elegy 500 Cloth in rimmedat 1s with at ex old Call did He FORMER FRANKFORT LADY r WINS BIG PRIZE In a contest given by the TopekatKan Daily Capital to the lady se J curing the highest number of sub t ti rrtIKabrV of this city was the winner of 1ithe Capital prlzeIMrs Crawford promptly donated the splendid 375 piano to the Teachers Saturday Afternoon Club So it seems that Frankfort ladlea are at ihe front wherever they gtf tyt as well as the Frankfort boys 1 iNEW MOVING PICTURE SHOW OPENED IIThe new electric moving picture show of Messrs lelse Sons on and has 1bA new prOgram is put on each evening i t LADDv f E RSi1 Just received another new stock of I LADDERS I From 10 to BO felt long We have Building umber of allI At- kmls in stooke Your trade is appreciated i HiIUO DJiC0xiJ t a 1 sat tt TT MrA 1 1r w lcPE L Mr Belt Wood has gone to Los Angeles Cal Mr Albert H McClure left Monday for New York City IHon Ell H Brown left Monday for New York City Miss Ann Mary Crittenden hj gone to Louisville IMiss Rebecca Averlll visited Lexington this week Mr John H Kearney of Versalllt f was in the city on Tuesday 1 Mr E L Samuel has returned froma trip to Tryon N C Mr Stanley Milward of Lexington was in the city Tuesday Prof W C Bell of Harrodsburg was in the city on Tuesday Mrs W Larue Coleman and niece VIsited in Danville this week r i Mr A C Van Winklrf and wife visited in Lexington this week Mrs Ida Quintell has returned from avisit to New York City Mr Hqnry Schuerman of Carrol- lton was In the city on Wednesday Mrs Thos B Woodruff of Lexington visited relatives here this week Dr A Gatliff of WillIamsburg was in the city on Wednesday and Thurs dayMrs Thos are guests of Mrs JosShlveleyIn Louisville v Mrs Fred Jouett of Louisville was the guest of Mrs Ed B Rodman this week Mr John L Amsden and wife of Versailles were in the city on Sat urday Mrs Otis Ashurst of Georgetown has the guest of relatives here this week I s Judge John F Hager of Ashland attended the Court of Appeals this WeekIMiss Anne Church of Louisville was the guest of Mrs E S OHara Sunday i Miss Eloise Booe of the College of Music Cincinnati spent Sunday at lhome Mrs J W Holllngsworth o Princeton Is the guest of Mrs W S Morris Hon Frank P James Auditor elect Iof Harodsburg was In the city on Mr E M Wallace of Versailles was In the clay on legal business on Tuesday Rev T N Compton of Owensboro was the guest of Gen N B HaTS v this week rvMr H W Elliott of Sulphur was the guest of Mr W G Simpson thls week Mr Albert H McClure returned Thursday from a business Itrlltt New York City Capt Jas T West of Irvine was the guest of his brother Capt 11West this week Mr Wm Cromwell and wife attended the MllllkenMottley wedding at Bowling Green I t t day viii has been e t ler has r ned Hon E F was in Ott of Appeals p Mr was business i Mr Howe n spent Saturday his mother Mrs Jas t Mr Hall Robertson and sisterv of Shelbyville were guests of Miss Verna Williams this week Judge TEL Edelen and daughter Miss LIda visited ExGov J Proctor Knotfat Lebanon this week Hon W J Hendrick of New York City was here in attendance upon the Court of Appeals this week Miss Laura Hall of Lexington who was the guest of her pister Mrs John Brown has returned home Mrs Margaret Quin of Jetts visited her daughter Mrs W G Good win on Third street last Tuesday Mrs N B Bullock of Lexington was the guest of Mrs J Buford Hen Brick at The Terraces this week Col Albert Scott of Louisville was in the city on Tuesday in consulta iton with the inaugural Committees Mrs C J Norwood of Lexington and Miss White of Ashland were guests of Mrs S W Hager this week Mr W B Rodman Jr of Alaska visited relatives here this week en route to Charleston S C to visit his mother Mrs Helen McClure was called to Stamping Ground on Friday by the illness and death of her aunt Mrs Sallle Riley SonstMr Dallas Coke anjl wife in Louis ville this week Master Coleman Shlvely of Louis ville who has been the guest of his grandmother MrsfE J Coleman has returned Mrs Jarvis Moore nee Mary RLfives here has returned home Midshipman Harry J Abbett Jr U S A Georgia U S Navy is at home on furlough with his parents Col E E Abbett and wife corner Second and Shelby streets Senatoroelect from the Richmond District was in tho city on Thursday Judge Burnamsucceeds his father MaJ Curtis F Burnam In the Senate Mrs John C Bridges and Mr Continued on page 8 I I 1vm Good Thin S aPkinsdozen Lot Lot Knit Skirts 50c each Lot JKnifc Shags ld 15c Lot 00 jL- otiri4ight 4ith9 OClock1Silk ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn the rooI will conduct the services Itor a m Morning Prayer and Seri mon- P m Evening Prayer m Sundayschool In they evening prayer at 730 e lie generally invited to at i 7IRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rer r M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 In the chapel Baracca class at 945 L m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 630 p Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 in the Chapel Everybody cordially invited Seats tree CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev 0 R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunda school at 945 a m In the Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645p m Prayer nreeting on Wednesday evening at 730 oclock in the Chapel Everybody invited CATHOLIC CHURCH R w Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct services as follows Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at B p iniVespers and prayer at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J R Zeigler the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Conference of young men and young women at 645 p m Prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing at 730 pm Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J S Sims 945 Preaching by the pastor at 1100 a m and 730 pm Epworth League at 645 p m Prayer Meetipg Wednesday oven ing at 730i- dverybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRES B Y T E R I A CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m 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 dayschool every Sunday afternoon ia the schoolhouse at 3 oclock pa SPRAINED HER ANKLE Mrs Jennie T Cardwell was so nn fortunate las to trip on the steps to the entrance to her home on Main street falling and twisting her ankle The accident was quite a painful one and will confine her to the house for several days I i GOOD JSTORY ON MAYOR HUME One Sundoy several months since him or he to them The men al though to each other It ape peared had a common bond of union in that they were both fond of their toddy The home man produced a half pint of Old Taylor and Invited the stranger to irrigate but the latter declared he could not think of de priving the other ofthe enjoyment of the whole half pint at the same time remarking that he would purchase some afterwhllo for his own use Better drink now said the Frank fort man Weve got a dn fool Mayor here by the name of Hume and he allows no selling of liquor on Sundays Heres your only chance And they both chanced it Of course the gentle doctor was an interested but unseen listener to the foregoing conversation eraptloM STOVE FOR SALE CHEAP A firstclass Anthracite Heating Stove Is offered at a bargain Can be seen at this officer HIS DEAR OLD MOTHER My dear 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 strong 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 children top are greatly by them also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by all druggists 50 cents and it bottles 1JIii and Wool Gloves 25c and Kid 75c Glove Best Sf nilr3 J WEIT7EJLJII 1ELIGIOU chapelChristian pastor- Sundayschool II HEENEYS SALE strangers TreatmentN mother eightythree strengthened Guaranteed Jackets 500 750 100i I Long Cats 600 700 iooo 1250- Childrens Bear Skin and Persian Latnb in all colors Dress Goods A11 Wool Dress Goods 65c J j for 50e V I All Wool Dress Goods 125 tIfOlj Ladies Gents and ChildrensiUnderwear and Qlpves a c I F Fs J HtLNEY tightIin t DUROC JERSEY BOARS FOR SALE I have a number of thoroughbred Duroc Jersey Boars ready for service for sale Apply to me at Switzer tliG W QUARLES Or at South Trimbles place where they are at present 4Nov 162m i Jil 5ioughly cleansesand is healing and l7 isoothing Good for piles Sold by i South Co OLD 11fi itJ E M MILL REPAIRED it The main building of the old JEM Mill has undergone extensive re pairs during the past two weeks both Inside and out and now presents an tt altogether different and much Im neglectmoddelled building will be used as a public warehouse and its central latf admlraIblY as a Early Risers i ITill famoNllittle pills ICURES BLOOD SKIN CANCER GREATEST PURIFER FREE DISEASESt q It your blood simpure f ased hot or full of reatingtl pimplyskin iior any blood or skin disease take f iallrichDruggists 2Balmpecially advised for chronic deep fifallsMar 2ly V l1 lya 3 tb i fOi Ii i III Suits and Cloaks For Thanksgiving afc special va1ue8IQne lot Black Braid Trimmed Cloaks all lined 10 value for 8I II Special lot Suits iat 15 j and 20Chiidrehs Cloaks extra values I at 350 600 and 900 LOCAL If signs were wanting to prove that It takes a brave heart to smile j through an ocean of tearsI just a glance at the habitues of State House ihare at the present time is suf Ijnt to convince the most skeptl ot the triteness of the foregoing Station It has long been the opinion in veilinformed circles that the old world had a monopoly on magnificent ruins ofIthe past But since the recent political upheavel in Kentucky It is in order to throw aside your musty volumes of travel and look nbo youthere ark some pictures que ruins visible in these parts just now and nowhere else are they more jln evidence than In ddar old Frank fort Frankfort Is no slow place There are other towns on the map to be sure but when It comes to a showdown this hamlet on the Kentucky Is present with the chimes nIl atun e and some harmqnlous sounds spare All tastes can here be sati fled and the tides of pleasure and business alike are ever r advancing 00No retrograde movement la visible and no cloud of apprehension mars l the pleasant prospect which looms up so Invitingly in the distance Suppose stocks do tumble on Wall i street every day are not stockings tumbling all about in Frankforts 0has no edge on Kentuckys Capital skating rinks each night Gotham I q As the time before the inauguration of Governor Willson is now llmited the city authorities should get a move on and see that the town is clean and neat when the distinguished i new official takes his seat and the Capital is thronged with people from all over the State It is a courtesy ltothe incoming officials and State citizenship that should by no means be overlooedI GETS CONTRACT Upon competitive bidding Mr Jas Ef Hughes of Lexington was r awe ded the contracts to print the i decijMdns of the Court of Appeals for the next two years This covers only the decisions ordered reported by the Court Reporter in which new points are decided and does not I cover all the decisions of the Court as has Erroneously been reported However Mr Hughes has a big contract on hand- t Dress irooas and Exceptional values in rib IPlW PflPff f i r3G 27 Mercerized CliallieTMFwaisBj 2Gc L FAR 1t- TOPICS v kHUGHES IDYERTISEI LETTERS The following the list of letters remaining uncalled for In the Frank fort Ky postofflce for the week end ing Saturday November 23 1907 Armstrong Chas Bemon Mrs James Berry Mrs M E Bigers Mrs SaIUeIBerks Rose Birse AB I Bogan Sanford Breeden Wm IBrowner Miss Fannie f Burbrldge Joseph Cohen Mrs Morris Collins Henry De Claybrook Rev Wm E Dooley Eliza Jjfl1 Erwin MIs yera Graves Ruth Gray Bayard V A i3 Henons rankate V Horton Percy Humphreys Nellie Jones Ora- Marleles TrRilif James Martin Martha T T Muir Bud tf fWnii JoVictoriasRhody Mrs Annie j Rlchinson Kate Rodgers Miss Plylaura RunelsRobert JvoaCcoUSharp Mire Annie Smith D Smith EIJ- Stemper Henry Stephens J M Thomas Joseph 2 Thompson Elizabeth Turner Everett Walters Mrs Nancye Watkins Miss tUe3 When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised GEOt BARNES P Me FINGER iMASHED While at work with one of our Job presses on yesterday morning Mr Lee Redding was so unfortunate to mash the end of the second finger- on his right hand so badly that Dr J S Goodrich amputated the ball of the finger He Is going nicely WILL BE TAKEN TO GEORGE TOWN Under an order from Special Cir suit Judge J S Morris James B Howard will be taken to Georgetown to testify In the Powers trial How ard will be an Important witness for the defenseIBeardthe Signature of 1 is A iha 4 SMikri HE FOUGHT AT GETTYSBURG David Parker of Fayette N YwhO lost a foot at Gettysburg w Electric Bitters have done me good than any medicine I ever tooS For several years I had stomacUi for beIgannot take 600 for what they have don for me Grand tonic for the jjpii for female weakness Gr five and body builder lame back and weak ki anteed by nil druggist Sold by all druggists PEA RIDGE Mr Delmer Crutcher and best glrl Misses Roberta and Ruby S Cham bers were out walking Saturdfjt afternoonMr Mrs Donnovan who ha been in Lexington have returne home Mr W E Stoops has been very busy hauling saw logs this week Miss Florence 0 Ridge spent Sun day afternoon with Mrs Rebecca Donnovan and family Harrison the son of Mr and Mrs Ann E Stoops Is ill with chicken pox Mrs Ellen CurryIand Miss Florence Ridge called on Mrs Julia Conway Monday morning Born+ln this county to Mr and Mrs S C Lacefleld a SonSammy Arthur Mr George Donnovan called on his friend Miss Florence Ridge Sunday Little Miss Laura and Lolly Don novanwereguests of Miss Florence D Ridge Saturday Mrs Mayme Stoops Mrs Nana Olivet Varner Miss Florence Ridge and Mr Robert Ervin Stoops were all very busy gathering walnuts Tuesday AUNT LINNIEi There Is nothing bttter for stom ach troubles than Kodol which con tains the same juices found In a fine healthy stomach Kodol is offel d on a guarantee plan for relief of sour heart burn flatulence stomach belching of gas nausea and all other stomach troubles So at times when you dont fOOl just right when you pare drowsy after meals and your head aches or when you have no ambition tjnd you are cross and Irritable take YOUIeatLittle j Early Risers Tile fanwus little P II OLD TAYLORt THE PREMIER t to KENTUCKY WHISKEY Ii 1 E H TAYLOR Jr eSON8 Proprietors rFkf Kentucky f J a I uX fJ IIti H55 r COMPANY 1ME7 V Ili WESTBOUNo No1 CDaily Ko BI Mia Ex Sand Daily r IAr PM Arr Lexington o 96b Winchester 912 6 0rE iou 900 607 826 485 815 425 748 867 79o 841 707 820 69 800 MO 253 616 226 610 zro nd Swill make connections with 0 A 0 the I 8end will connect with the Mountain Oe r Pine Ridge and Campton Beattyvillctand connect with the O A K By for local ationeon the O K By CHARLES SCOTT aP5iA- AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY allyStation No No Ml a Ex iii Bond IBxBund1 IA L Lye P M Lie IA M Ar PM Ar 980 2M Jackson 925 390 O K Juntioi168 Wilhurst 1162848I 152 Hampton 1a750 128 rJn10I 741 L22 Heltechawa 618 2l716 16 Uannel City 645 1246 a Noa land will make close connection at O K Ja otion with Noa 8 and foepoints on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEr Suptlriutendeut SPRING HILL Miss Clara Travis has returned home from her trip to Lexington Mr Anthony Wells of Louisville visited his brqther Mr Merritt Wells Sunday last Miss Alpha Wells and Miss Dilla Lacefield were fife guestsof Miss Lillie Wells Sunday last Miss Pearl Lacefield on South Side was the guest of her cousin Miss Dilla Lacefield Sunday and Mon dayMiss Lillie Wells was the guest of her aunt Mrs Bottle Baker Sunday Mr D G Lacefleld and wife visited her parents Mr and Mrs JaB P Pfleffer near Bethel Church Sunday lastMiss Nona Cushing was the guest of her friends Misses Maggie Lloyd and Lisle Lloyd Sundae last JANE ARRANGING FOR INAUGURA TION The committees having the matter mating11rrangements wmjsonFrankfort expects and will welcome a big crowd A SIGNIFICANT PRAYER May the Lord help you make Bucklens Arnica Salve known to all writes L G Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took the pain out of a felon for mo and cured Jt In a won derfully short time Best on earth for sores burns and wounds 25cts at all drug stores For sale by sill druggists e PERSONALS Continued from page 2 Edwin M Dryden and wife who have been living at Dayton Ohio will re turn to this ty and reside on l Mrs Bridges fare on the Versailles pike next month Mrs Ross A McCallum of Montigomery Mich will arrive next Wednesday to be the guest of her motheri Mrs J B Dryden SrSAugustatGaMrs Helen McClure yesterday lMrs WeP Conway of Washington SShacklefordMrs W L Cannon of Midway was the guest of her mother Mrs Hiram Berry on Thursday l Mr Hugh Mahinr Representative elect from Jessamine county was inithe city Thursday Mr F W Hardwlck of Louisville was the guest of Gen N B Hays on Thursday Judge DB Redwine of Jackson was In the city Thursday Fish Fry Received The U S Fish Commission sent to this city on yesterday quito a largo supply of young fish for dis tribution in this county Mr Richard Morris Dr J A Posey Mr Clarence Julian and a number rA of others wore furnished supplies with which to stocktheir ponds DeWltta I4i tie Early Risers are rf the best pills made They do not gripe Sold by South Co 1 vaL Air YE L Samuel J ate his declinin never you hsafed tthchildren But these gooa peofl waYS had the children of rela and friends nd never 1ntJlreltc for the Mrs samu pIP fout Cj J tion gentle nslste life long a Kl Jlrst Pres byterian Ch Several Samuel sustained a strokeofpaPTl paralysis but had measureably recovered her health and went about theduties of life as usual until quite recently when she visibly declined 1Quietly serenely she prepared torI the end and when t whitewinged messenger came she was not afraid As gently as a babe sleeping on mothers breast she fell on ale She was an indefatigable jchu wor ler and the poor and the ne ever found a faithful friend An ardent friend she was alwaj ready to stand for what she con IThecllUrchsustained a terrible loss and her friends of whom we are proud to be IOnewJIl sadly miss her kindly words and genial smile She was the devoted and life long friend of our sainted mother arid the last visit she made before golng to rest was to Mrs Samuel The funeral services were con ducted by her pastor Rev Jesse Zelgler from the First Presbyterian Church on yesterday the services i being largely attended and the loved Ifremains were laid away in the family lot in the city on the hill GOVERNMENT FLEET STILL AT WORK ON THE KENTUCKY The medium stage of water which has prevailed in the Kentucky river during the present tall has enabled the government repair fleet to re main at work later in the season than l As usual and It Is not expected to are i rive at the winter rendezvous in this City until near about Christmas The fleet has been out since quite early ih the spring and it is understood Vhave performed valuable services All of the locks which have been completed are in excellent working order with the exception of Lock Np K5 at Tyrone and new gates will be I placed In position at that place the coming week on account of which the river will be closed to upper points on the stream for a week or more s conj c it s were g i i 1l Hla x 1v right lfbaeb-y a dy t e Clark le yin office of Thorn Hill eems la into t Dr P mooed anesthetic a Stocking She on nicely If nothing untoward happens sho will soon tb O K Clark is greatly distressed at the accident v CHANGE OF TIME ON RAIL ROADS A change of schedule time has bee made on the L Nand C i trains taking effect Sunday Nove her Train No 17 on the L N her t fore due here at 935 a m will arrive at 920 fifteen minutes earlier Train No 21on the C 0 westbound heretofore due at 759 p m will arrive at 940 twenty jnlnutes later Train No 24 on the C 0 east bound heretofore due at 759 will will Arrive at 745 fourteen minutes earlier There are no other changes in th should be particular to note the Changes WOMANS CLUB MEETING The Womans Club will meet with Miss Rebecca Averlll on Monda afternoon November 25thr t Most people know that if they have been sick they need Scoff f Bmttt lion to bring back health and strength But thce strongest point about Scoffs Emtifaion is that you dont have to be sick to get results from it It keeps up the athletes strength puts fat on this people makes a fretful baby happy brings color to a pale girls cheeJand prevents coughs colds and consumption Food in concentrated form frick and well young and old rich and poor And it contains no drugs and no alcohol ALL DRUGGISTS BOo AND SlOO SJjAUI2TiHE LICENSE BE mor has been ur1 eats since the late tthat the present iA1e time arrives new licenses by4 ass art Qr se lt 1000 t Is said was- dial liy the k was f J Ithe t ice the1 er again and it is yor Hume Is out vocacy of such a j develops that a roai ty oCmembers of the Council U be way of Chinking and this bean o case it would not be at all surprising when the first day of May rolls around to see the muni cipal authorities boost the price of saiifbn licenses to the figure mention edin the first of this article Suchan ordinance would place the liquor business in the Capital Cl y an enttrelynew basis and would ucetbe number of saloons fa Frankfort to say ten or twelve places presentnons on Broadway antI St Clair street as well as In other localities would cease to 9X8tand in all iprobabiflty there be hilt one left In the West med by the advocates of neasure that the income u accrue yearly to the city In nowise reduced by the thgement as the amount re front the few saloons left un J F the increased cost of the license equal the amount formerly turned in by the thirty or more places under the old rule pi prices How Ithft public wnivl w such n aadical- ange remains to be seen when th nextAprilrktdWheti ther stomach heart nays get weak then these organs al ways tail Dont drug the stomach nor stimulate the heart or kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a druggistsrverywhere tlveThe Restorative is prepared ex pressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them 1Ip with Dr Shoots Restorative tab quicklymant on request by Dr Shoop Ravine worthethis simple test Capital Pharmacy BUILDING OPERATIONS SLOWING UP While building operations in Frank fort have Blacked up ao some effect and some teams and laborers have been laid off there is n0 sign that the prosperity of the Capital City Is threatened Alarmists point to thee fact that operations have ceased until the spring months shall have set in as a sure indication that the zenith of the building and business boom has been reached and that the volume must necessarily grow smaller from this time forward asyany one tion at all can not but fall to see The conditions are such that even though a sure enough money panic wogliextent as this city will continue to grow at a rapid rate for years to come There is nothing to and every sign favors preventI velopments along all local hisI1blcaUngs ofInewInumer ous passenger trains which arrive daily at the new Union Station as avpdesignateddepot to rUn in close to the build ing under the shelter of the umbrella shed also being built Almost an army of workmen are in building the switch and theqltoiicd- on through the rains of Wednesday as the L N people are anxious to complete the improvement as speedily as posslbleIa II il P casaiiiL Ito kike I 4axative i NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION ft Ask Your Doctor And he will tell Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for ConsHfcationyas they bring bollta normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines i LYQS LAXATIVE SYRUP is t1 strictly Fruit and Vege table and Ifl1 glPOnstlpli1il8n lJlnabout a complete pure rtd Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseous Bloated Feeling etc K mXout money will be returned if you do nnot like it better tllm any other you have tried I ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTL t cn t Tobacco Bellows BlowersI 17 J HHoess fjtJI Cradles and Fingelsjr r Scytiesf aiiSi Snatches f00jL I Scythe SIMesi I heelborrows J J f Thresher Mln1I11i Oil ijit ii Tarpaulins itJs Monkey Wrenchesi f n Piped J l Fittings and Wrenches 1It t i 4 ftffi rtFRANKI f I Hardware Paints Oils Etc J if7t l I eaitolFJ I tindrrlli Machine Co1EII HOLMES ST FBANKFOpT KY Dealers inIf and ReDaircrsofI Machinery and Machine jt I Supplies of All Kinds j jt Both Mew and Secondhand j Ii i + WE HAVE FOR SALE i7if 81xhoriB Power Portable Engine and Boiler It J toNlnho200 Bushels Capacity f OTH PHONES j t i fttf Iti 1 t The Modesty or Women ifataniUy tnakos them shrink from the quostlonstho obnoxious wx iminations and unpleasant local treat bents which somo physicians consider asscntlal In tho treatment of diseases of women Yet if help can bo had it is ratter to submit to this ordeal than let the disease growand spread The trouble is that so of ton the woman undergoes dl h ann n 1ata bairho lids optcn jtava been cured b Dr crces 1 avorlto Prescrlp lonW J the cure ythe extitmination- sanchlocaltreatmen th m iV en ssavnriteEreecrl tlon I- tcureg drains rrogu ar ty and It always helps It almost always cures It is strictly nonalcoholic non secret all its ingredients being printed on its bottlewrapper con talna no deleterious or habitforming rdrifgs aSa eVery native medicinal root entering Into its composition has the full nd rS eminent In the several schbolsot inodlcal practice Some pro1es9lonalwill bo found in a pamphlet wrapped Around the bottle also in a booklet mailed fred on request by Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y These professional dorsement should havo far more weight than any amount oktho ordinary lay or nonprofessional testimonials The knowJngwhat nowadtTys dnstst they take as med 1chi 1nsteod of opening theirlmouths like a lot of young find gulping down whatever is offered them Favorite Proscription iy of KNOWN COMPOSITION It treeIsickwomen chargobyPierce s Pleasant Pellets Invigorate euulato stomach liver and bowels ATING ON STREETS A NUISANCE he writer would like to see the lldren youths and young maidens t Frankfort enjoy themselves in very way possible but must protest igainst the use of roller skates upon many of the pavements to the annoy ance and of times danger of pad strhins who are not good at sidestepping As an instance of the danger jot jme practice one day tIn the early of this week an old lady who was walking near thecorner of Main and St Clair the busiest spot Jn the city was unable to dodge two boys who were coming swiftly in the opposite direction mounted on roller Iskates There was a collision and the elderly woman was knocked to ii the pavement and jierhaps seriously injured as she seemed to be suffer Cing when assisted to her feet by a t tlema n who was passing that way il I COMES FROM GERMANY TO tk MARRY r Mlss AttnleL Leoble of Constanz tGermany came to this city on Tues day to meet and marry the sweet 1eart of her youth She could not r speak a word of English and the man o whom she was married by County Judge J H Polsgrove Mr Wm f ioeble had to act as an interpreter r tOt tjfe ceremonies incident They are married all right and as r xiappy as can be The finest coffee substitute ever made has rscently been produced by Dry Shoop of Racine Wls You dont miniu a doctor Healtn Coffee fs really the coffee Imitation ever yet pro IoClosest Coffee imitation is made from cereals or grains with r foolIcy q IJ COMPLAIN OF BAD COAL There Is considerable complaint tr itimong many citizens of Frankfort oVertfie poor quality of coal being innsAiniiohas they are charged sixteen t cents per bushel for the fuel that it yttshbiild be at least of a good quality nd not half slate and stone tGETS NEW STEAM SHOVEL k The Frankfort Elevator Cpal C lies recently installed a new stea bargesltcompany had one of these on trial last summer They certainl do the work to a queens taste ii Ii r GAfllWOXXgJ IWIfpture ry tj fltj t r d Ilan Bout COMMUNICATION f The local Democratic situation it would seem is InI most chaotic would seem Isin a most chaotic con dition since the late conflict between the two leadingpolttical pars In the State which ended In thifkriumph of the Republicans by a decisive vote in their favor Not only was the State machine smashed into a shapeless mass tl ma chine even m cratic than tias of commlsslolrMe and Pert other alleged teL were left without leg bewildered and ere larger calibre tha mortal men who city of Frankfort and Prcounty of Franklin They are indeed bosses without a job to oversee It Is now the almost unanimous opinion of all good local Democrats that there must atoncebe are organization of the party in this city sad county and that new men must be placed at the head Ofparty affairs or at least a good sprinkling of new ones in order to make up for the lost ground pother thing Is evi dent No more snap conventions participated in by a dozen men will be permitted to dictate who shall be ndrnlhaled for county offices and name those who shall serve as the legal rulers of the municipality Such tyrannic practices are things of the past and in the future tike will of the people must be consulted and fair primaries not loaded ones held to determine the choice of the voters of county and city alike Besides every man who has an ambition to fill a local office must be given a fair chance These things will come to or the Republicans will soon have both city and county The adoption of such a course Is made necessary and urgent by the approach of an election for county officers an event of this description being scheduled for November 1909 Of course primaries should tie held in 1908 Already many candidates and tloned for the various places within ter andcertatn men are being men theIr friends have taken the mat the gift of the voters SQ ifthose mentioned and the offices they will seek to fill are as follows For SheriffDick Julian and Leo BuckleyIan Howard Johnson- Commonwealths Attorney Robt B Franklin and James H Polsgrove County Judge Raizabell Hieatt and Rabbitt Jim Moore County Attorney Frank Dalley Wiley C Morsball and George T Davis The new council elected in November will it Is said make no marke- change in city officials as they stand at present though it is rumored tha one or more members of the polic force may be displaced Capt Wln gate Thompson will make a hard fight to defeat Emil Haldl for the po sition of workhouse keeper Rumor has it also that perhaps there will be a change of one man in the pros ent makeup of the fire department City Clerk Wm S Polsgrove as well as City Tax Collector Dudley Rich nrdson and City Engineer Robert S Frazier will have no opposition and in all likelihood Bee Larkin bridge keeper will not be molested Wm Cromwell of course retains his po sition as City Attorney and so un down the line DEMOCRAT j t r CERTAINLY APPRECIATIVE Our genial friend Mr Jno P Hos tetter has presented the working force of Hello Girlsat the East Tennessee telephone office in this city with a dressed turkey a guine a hen and a pheasant also a bI bunch of celery a lot of light rolls and two gallons of icecream to show his appreciation of the nice way In which these good people treated him since he became a subscriber to that phone He made only one condition and tbmover the election of cloy Willson 1tpyThe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Sfanaturf of j i TOBACCO SAMPLE FRC rPTwofrom the Owen Co the District Tobo tho steamer and war 6p r the Almo completed fs- electin N3- Thri ifaff1t ontr wl b y srowers present Among occasion will bo CaDtriil find otlie prominent in the attS 1- 3ttrtobaccoinception Thg affair J rat prove a most successftfToJre and Is expected to aid very materially in strengthening the courage of the boys out Jn the patch FELL BINDERS EMBARRASSING POSITION During the lively campaign aducted by the local Democrats whll SVelljIIif memory serves right addressed the hardy farmers of that section at the Harvleland School House a few days before the election After dwelling at length on the beauygg thp Democratic doctrine and ishing his hearers to strlght ticket he turned affairsand began to ei great Commoner whose p he thought was on the black his back Arriving at the cu- Ing point in his peroration u turned around and pointing to the portrait said Hone is the man of this or any gtt3r greatestI Some one by mistake o had placed the wrong lithograph on the blackboard and instead of the broad intellectual and generous TeddyteefhIng was then declared adjourned CAPTURED CHARGED WITH BURGLARY hImselfIcounty was at Midway on Sunday night by Policeman Ham mond and was found in possession- of a number of articles Including a watch some Jewelry and suits of stolenlfrom atdThe articles were identified by one paIdIa theIstir Mental Strain Affected Gen eral Health Doctors Doses Weakened Stomach Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me Dr Miles Restorative Nervine brings rest and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out with the cares anxieties of the sick room Read the following exceptionarc came on up to the time of husbands last Illness some years ago 1assisted in monthsgAsidefrommenced with sore throat and neuralgia physician gave me purgative doses which stomacheand the dormant cbn ltlon of stomach hadlittlea greater part of the time a Dreabout the house 1 continued their use until completely cured My faith in Dr byexperisplendldresultswhom I sent a box of the AntiPain Pills re ofaeuragia inslacMRS FRANCES COFPMAN Dayton Va All druggists sell and guarantee first bot booki j It aBStroys DIarrhoea a Z tes cures Coiistipatiofi fa B od regulates the i fluky anti natural sleep rotlicrs Fri ndt G Qr ALWAY3 CatticM Hayfr Always Bought f For Over 3O Years J PYUTNLT NWvooty 11 BBEfID ADE FRO- MOFMAIiISON 9 t 1ti FLOUR fP flJ 1st VfYTTP f5PfiPT7T For Hay Straw Salt b eds Potatoes and Produee Call On HEISESONSST CLAIR STREET Bott Phones 4idm t GosW Patent AirTight Baker and Heater IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in thehousemaking it cozy The busy anjthingfromChristmas turkey Still it looks just as neat as any heater made It is airtigb and a great fuel saver Thbusands are be lug sold Thousands of hous= are andbottomsmakingrepairs Made only by UNION STOVE COtInc qw out PTCHMnND VA Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the people without a pennys cost the great value of this scientific prescription known to drug gists everywhere as Dr Shoops Ca tarrh Remedy Sold by Capitol Pharmacy IT HEATS I AN- Dcooiis TOOT- he Vt Most Convenient Useful and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made Stomach troublts heart and Ud ney ailments can be quickly correct ed with a prescription known to tiif druggists everywhere as Dr Shoop x Restorative The prompt andsrprising relief which this remedy lm mediately brings is entirely due to its restorative action upon the controltging nerves of tho stomach etc Cap tol Pharmacy I fhOR LGIA ICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHEPAIN DISTRESS IN STOMACHS MARRIEBi COXTUCKERIn this cltron Wed tesday Mr George Cox and Miss Maude Tucker were married by Rev J 8 Sims of the Methodist Church PBNNrLBE In Louisville on Wed Tnesday Mr Edwin S Penn and Mrs Annie Lee were married by Rev Mr IRogersPENNkETERSIn Louisville 01 Wednesday Mr Julius S Penn and Miss Edna Peters were married by Rev Mr Rogers f MAINWARING PEDEN In Coving iton Mr Wm Mainwaring and Miss r Gladys Peden were married and wll make their home in Covington CANNING FACTORY IN GOOD 1HAPEThe Canning Factory has sold all of the product of its plant for the past season with the exception of about four carloads andthe officials i dare ona deal with a wholesale grocery house for the disposal of these at fair prices After the goods are all closed out which is expected to be in a week a meeting of the Stockholders will be held and a finan andLoperations While It is not ex petted that a large profit shown the factory will be in splen1 did shape for a successful and money making run in 1908 and the officials are very much pleased with the out look Weak Kidneys Kidneys surely point to weak kidney The Kidneys Heart and the Eel find their weakness not In the organ but In the nerves that control and guide them Dr Shoops Restom ve la medlcine specifically prepared to reach these troutng nerves To doctor the Xldnop alone t Is s waste of time and of money M urlnetkidy701 Drucvift recommend and toll I ShoopsRestorative CAPITOL PHARMACY If I fi she Deaths Inr this place on Friday Mrs Sallie Riley wife of Dr J N Riley aged 74 years of pneumonia Mrs Riley was a lovely woman of the old style gentle tender loving and true She was a devoted member of the Baptist Church She and her brother Mr JM Adams of Fort Worth Texas were all that was left of a family of thirteen The funeral services were conducted by Rev G W Hill her pastor and the remains were laid away with her kindred dust in the Georgetown Cemetery County Superintendent J R Lan caster has announced an educational rally to be held in our town on Satur day December 7th Prof J HFu qua Superintendent of Public In struction Prof RS Eubank of the Southern School Journal Prof C C Freeman of Georgetown College and others will deliver addresses Dinner will lie served wherever the meeting is held Further particulars later Mrs Helen McClure of Frankfort was called here by the illness and death of her aunt Mrs Sallie Riley The ladies of the Christian Church will give an oyster supper at the Town Hall on the night of Thanks giving Day Many of our farmers have housed their corn They say the yield is not as good as they expected It Is sell ing at 250 per barrel Mrs Jas A Hodges of Louisville was called here by the death of her aunt Mrs Sallie Riley x Now that the game law is out and the open season on rabbits and quail are being slaughtered rapidly DiedWillie Atkins aged 12 years died at the home of Mr Asa Glass from blood poison He was the son of Mr Robert Atkins of Cincinnati It will be remembered that young Atkins was thrown out of a small wagon drawn by a pair of goats some two weeks since and bruised about the hands and Ijody Blood poison set in UNO O Jlw rTORTADean tla- Ellgnatnre of i9gmI t4 j AND SILVER s heart as the gifiof silvpr rand new andI polntment r s you will find rep eStl1rOUghout the ck rF i Ware tl dl Bon 1i of ted d idles a WE ERP0SELBERT IT GOOD dlrtAN PILLS r TAKE ONEif the Little tablets ID THE PAIN is GONE DONT EXPERIMENT You Will Make No Mistake if You Follow This Frankfort CM zens Advice Never neglect your kidneys If you have pain in the back uri nary disorders dizziness and nervous ness Its time to act and no time to- texperiment These are all symp toms of kidney trouble and you should seek a remedy which is known to cure the kidneys Doans Kidney PiiIis the remedy to use No need to experiment It has cured many stubborn cases in Frankfort Pillow the advice of a Frankfort citizen and be cured yourself Mrs C M Betts of 519 Short Street Frankfort Ky says My kidneys troubled me for some years off and on I tried different remedies but without obtaining any permanent relief The pain across the small of my back was often very severe es pecially at night before retiring and in the morning when I first arose There was also a kidney weakness distressing at all times I read about Doans Kidney Pills and the symp toms they were recommended to cure seemed just tike mine and willing to try almost anything to get relief- I went to J W Gayles drug store and got a box I took them as rected and soon noticed the difference in my condition The sharp pains and achingDisappeared and the other distressing complaints were banished Doans Kidney Pills certainly act like magis and the good relief they give is lasting For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the nameDoansandt- ake bother THANKSGIVING DAY Thursday next November 26th will be the day set apart for Thanksgiv humblesthofto thank the Giver of all good for M APPENDICITIS Is due in a mgermeasure to abuse of the bowels by employing drastic pur gatives To avoid all danger use odlYI Dr Kings New Life Pills the safe gentle cleansers and invigorators Guaranteed for headache biliousness malaria and jaundice at all drugstores 25 cents For sale by all druggists r lt jo V If have HeadacheTry 4 m 7Q They Relive Pain r Quickly leaving no bad Aftereffect i 25 Doses 25 Cents s Never Sold in Bulk r Fruit OrnamentalTrecs Shrubs Grape Vises Asparagus EverytoiBg for Orchard Lawi and Qardea We employ no agents Catalogue on application H F Hillenmeyer Sons Lexington Ky v Oct 128m- Lau1sy11Ie fltlantio Bailway EAST BOUND DAILY EXCE SUNDAY Trains leave Versailles for Beatty ville and intermediate points at 700 a m and at 1200 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains from Beattyvllle and inter mediate points arrive at 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 loaves Richmond for Versailles and intermediate points at 415 p mIThe L A and the affords excellent service betwM Frankfort and NIcholasvllle iudhi mond Irvine Beatyvillo and interme diate points For further Information addrtM H R SMITH G P A Versailles Ky Oct 51y- CHANGEr ON INTERURBAN s LINES Taking effect tomorrow Sunday November 24 the 6 oclock a m cars Ion the Traction Lines from Lexington Paris and Georgetown will be discontinued for the present R T GUNN General Manager Je Trial catarrh treatments are being nailed out free on revest by Dr areIgists everywhere as Dr Snoops Ca Pharmacy u x Chesapeake Ohio By Schedule in eRect NOT 25 1006 srt ject teckange without notice United for Louisville Nashville Meat phis West and Southwest 920 1ll and 614 P L Daily Limited for Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Plat and Norfolk 1016 A M and 801 P M Dailyi23iyr The postmaster of Gosconda Mo Daniel A Bugb says of DeWlttJCid nor and Bladder Pills I am doing fatinThealth that I can not say too much for your kidney and bladder pills I feel Uke a new man DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills ore sold by South Co STRANGE ADVIC1 vDr 00 Green alert person atttitU to his sreathumanltarfcm contract gIn our Almanac for many wt have given unusual advice to thoaea1l1ic ted Wlthcoughs colds throat or lung troubles or consumption We have told them if they did not any epecUX benefit after the use of one 75cent sibottle of German Syrup to consult tidal doctor qwe did not ask them or ergo them to use a large number of bottles aai is the case in the advertising of many other remedies Our confidence in GerJ man Syrup makes it possible for us tel such qwe know by the experience of over 35 years that one q cent bottle German Syrup will speedily relieve orcure the bronchial or lung troublesandthat even in bad cases of consumption 01- 1large bottle of German Syrup woJI wonders fNew trial 2SCoi ref War sit 7SC At all druggista4j For sale by JTW Gayle I WantedGood country sage Apply to Bowen Henry East Main street vfVf 26tfIi i r f 1 I t fI r Fall Ann Ot r4 r Our stock of t theri e 4 IL ARJZONAi I 1 J AND 1 COOK 1 t i AL Meat Choppers all kinds and prices Carving Sets Butchers Clevers Butcher Knives f t f I r 8c and f j III Pit- Flecti 1 For Hoi Stock and Po try l a Sporting Goods of all Kinds Consisting of DoubleBarrel Shot Guns Rifles and SingleBarrel Shot Guns Air Rifles Powder and Shot Winslow Fibre Rink Skates Stpel Roller Side Walk Skates Smdkeless and Black Powders Loaded Shells Ours Cutlery ntfMiss Scissors and Shears every pair guar anteed Rogers 1847 Table Knives Forks Griffon Carbon Mag- I netic Razors Rogers WostenholinPockte- Knives Gillette Safety Razors Swift Safety Razors Coal Oil Heating Stoves 350 S5f Rochester Silver I Nickled Ware L J 1Chafing Dishes 300 to 1200 Baking Dishes j X150 to 600 Soup Toureens 400ito 600 Coffee Pots Tea Pots Cake Trays Fruit Bas kets Pitchers Tea Sets and Trays all shapes i j Viand SIzes t 1y P G SOW R GO 1 307309 Main Street Hardware Merchants Both Phones f J 11 I rwl I 4 i 6 r r not much esuIt is that the man 15 to for a suit or can get oood ache would to 5 more for and ht 1 M O jT Sizes 34 t 40 fabrics 44 tod 46 inches long A few fancy of long They are all hand tailore Is Sind Worth 18 and 20f V t t r H About 8 d ffere worth 2O in every at- tij15 are values Bfa wj her s an ro the work of 20 Dont fail to ta of it t lip f if 1J i 4a 31 F A irL J I fciVIL WAR VETERAN GONE Iii give below a dispatch which 1 tells of the passing over of Mr Ales finder Galllon a veteran of the Civil 11andton of this city He was an enthusi title member of the Odd Fellows Lagrange Ky Nov 19News ha- Gallon s been received here that Alex died at his home in St Louis His last request was that he be burled la his G A R uniform and by his old comrades This was followed put to the letter He was in Company 11of the Second Maryland Regiment and served throughout the entire Civil war He lived In this town for many years and was a successful contractor rf A HARD DEBT TO PAY l II owe a debt of gratitude that can never be paid off writes G S Clark of Westfield 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 faking New Dis hackfngIused and two more bottles made a complete cure Nothing has ever equaled New Discovery for coughs Colds andnll throat and lung com f plaints Guaranteed by all druggists J 60 cents and Trial bottle free For sale by all druggists 11 NEWS FOR FAMILY 1fSAD Mr Henry Ringold of this city re celved several telegrams this week Iif announcing the serious illness of his flpn Mr Samuel Ringold who is con fined in the hospital at San Francisco CaL with Young Ringold was a member of the Exposition Guard at St Louis Mo went thence to Seattle Wash Portland Oregon and other places Ho was a clever and companionable young man We earnestly hope he may reCOTer fthe Elks of whlchhe is a member Jap looking after hIm t f MOVERS BUSY Within the past two weeks or more there has been mote moving going onin this section than was observa changing for the coming season In large numbers although many are coming to this city also There appears to be a movement gaining ground among the country people however to stay in the coun try and not as many of them as is usually the case at this season of the year are comIng to town In fact a good many of them are going back to the farms after becoming satisfied they can fare about as well there as In a city STREETS NEED ATTENTION The city authorities Instead of passing a good portion of the time ofI each council meeting in silly squabbles and disagreements might turn of the streets on both the north and south sides of the river The recent rains which by the way were not of a torrential character laid bare the tact that many of them were almost in the same condition as a country mud road Needed repairs should be made at once and before the wlntri weather prevents such operations you cant be well if you have a weak unhealthy tired out stomach Neither can you feel good If by some little irregularity in eating you have caused the stomach to got out of order These little stomach troubles are signs of Indigestion which may and very often do turn into a very allowIth13 ItlDakedyspepsia jKodol Is the best remedy known today for heart burn belching and all troubles arising from a disordered digestion It Is pleasant to take and affords relief promptly Sold iy fguth II Co 11l tt J l atf j u- laJLSALE r h it tC J f t j 18 AN D 20t THE import that sped oVercoat JthenTHE OVERCO Mostofjlack patterns 52jIic perfect fitting THE S1ITP JReres 18and Uptodate respectrand fNow advantage 8 K Clura 8onsf INCORPORATED D1g2J4 PWcR tfWe t toI tuberculosist theI Iselves When the baby is cross and has you worried and worn out yOU will find that a little Caracas Weel the well known remedy for babies and chil dren will quiet the Tittle one in a short time The ingredients fie printed plainly on the bottle Con tams no opiates Sold by South Co Dr tadys Condition ionuers are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier anl vermifuge They are not food Ifmedicine anil the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 3 cents per package For sale byJ W Gayle and Le Compte A Gayle BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY INTERURBAN LINES FRANKFORT DIVISION Cars will JCive center for Ver sallies at 6a m8 a m10 a mi 12 m 2 p m 4 m and 6 p m cars will a rlvefrom Versailles at 8 a mj 10 a m 12 m 2p m 4 p rnrand 8 pm rlm6pSUNDAY SCHEDULE will run every hour begnnlngIat 6 a m and ending at 6 Versailles From Versailles city cars run every hour from 7 a m its 7 m Paris Division Leave Lexington every hour from 6 a m to 711m and at 0 and 11 p m Leave Paris every hour from 6 a m to 7 p m and 10 p m Georgetown Division Leaves Lexington every hour from 68Oi m to 780 pm and at 9 add pm Leave LenvaGeorgetown every hour from 610 a m to 816 pr m nail at 10 p m Versailles Division Leave Lexington from center ever hour from 6 a m to 6 p m and at 0 and p m Leave Versailles very hour from 645 a m marE T Phone 610 Home Phone 174 42tf t 9 f THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR I High Grade Vehic1eTh- an a t ever before The public have at last come to the anypricea guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle that is firstclass and will give pedectssatisfaction drop us a card and we will cell to See9 We know we cart suit you In both quality and PFIqesAUfwe ask is alpaopportunity to discuss the you j jirc- 1Seller l ff I Carriage GIne Il II VERSAIIrltES KY 1i H K WARD President 11kI genuineLaxativethe remedy that cares h cold tu ego day Kodol For- IndigestionOur Guarantee Coupon ofKodolyouTryKodoltlen the following present it to the dealer at the time of a to satUfy you return the bottle containing onethird of the ybubouahtitTown State Sign here cu DigestsWhatYouEat4nhP XrOVcWITT iCO Chicaco Sold by South I Co Illi Wi4l i i tCv STREETCAR LINE ICars leave Capital Hotel Main aal for South Frankfort cbni me at 615 a m and every ii minutes until 1016 p mf For Park At 615 am and 3 cure per hour until 1015 p m i For CemeterY630 a to EVerY 4 minutes until 945 p m For LeestQw1630a m and every i30 minutes until 10 p m F AND V TRACTION CO i J Dr SALLEE Supth t KILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNG z WITH Dr Kings Ii i New DiaC0yery I FOR CS BlPRImaTi1FALL THROAT AND LUNITNOUI t pcoO x