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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ilrHE FRANKFORT UNDAB UT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTEDTO LOCAL ANIVOL XXXh FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATUR l No9 INTERURBAN CARS TO RUN LATE I AT NIGHT ON INAUGURA TION DAy I v s WeIre authorized to announce that tho Interurban Line will run Its cars until a late hour on the night 61 the inauguration so that persons liv ing aloong the line wishing toat 1J tend the ceremonies and the ball to follow can return to their homes that night We expect time at which the last car will leave will prbb blYbetln l nouncedi in this Issue of our paper f In another place Are you having trouble with your kidneys There are lots of people to flay who wonder why they have pains across the back why they are tired u and lacking in energy and ambition Your kidneys are wrong They need relief without delay Take DeWitts tKidney and Bladder Pills they are g for weak back inflammation of the bladder backache and weak kidneys Sold by South Co =BIG Q C DEPOT BURNS J I 0The big depot of the Q C Rail bfIverY heavy In valuable records buildin6sifi e rTOBACCO MEN HOLD BIG MEET fj JNG- fjf The tobacco raisers of this county held a large and enthusiastic meeting at the Courthouse on Monday last iCoJ W E Thompson the president of the Franklin County Growers As sociationpresided and introduced XiHon Campbell JGantrlll who made the address of the occasion Resolutions were adopted urging all farmers not already in the pool to place their crops in thatvorganlzation It demanding that the buyers cease operations urging the farmers not to raise any tobacco for 1908 insisting on withholding crops from the markets cendiarlsmy and condemning violence and in The meeting was a representative one I 4 Dr Weaver Treatment i 81ftPPurltleetbeb100dCcratehealk1nerup ee J a i GEORGE SALE pi IN DERIStaple andFancy Gro tions Of gars and I and Produce NO610seeondstSoutl1 Side- I New PhonQ 517 Old Phone 803 June 16Om r KODAKSI CO I r June 156m LAUNDRY I a The M N Laundry alms to tdo the best work In the State r work called for and deliver r ed E G NELL Agent Office 228 St Clair St up stairs jJ6Om 4S PLUMBING I J When in need of firstclass new or old Sanitary work call on Z k withITho Fraktorl Ito COillDany JManl1faoturers of Pure Artificial Distilled Water Factory Nos 102 104 100 find 108 Main Street Phones S9 and 80 Tho largest and pest equipped i plant in Staterv June 156m f ICITYCOONCIL ELECTS OF FICERS The City Council held a special meeting on Monday night for the election of the officers to serve for the ensuing year The following is the list Mayor Pro TemWm Conglet6n City Clerk W S Polsgrove City Attorney WmL Cromwell Keeper WorkhouseEmil Haldi City TreasurerHoward Johnson City AssessorJohn F Dolan Tax CollectorD P Richardson city Engineer R A Frazier Bridge KeeperW B Larkin Chief Fire DepartmentGee Conway ITJefterskeeper City ClockToG Newman City Physician I r Len S Mont gomery When the Stomach Heart or Kidney nerves get weak then these or gans always fail Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart ort Kidneys That Is simplY a make shift Get a prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative The Restorative is pre pared expressly for these weak inside nerveskStrengthen these nerve them up with Dr Shoops Re storative tor liquidand see FreeIsamPle by Capitol Pharmacy NIGHT RIDERS AT WORK Wo have been informed that the night riders have begun operations in this county and that several farmers who had not pooled their tobtcco were visited and warned to come over This looks like a revival of the Ku Klux The law makes this a felony Look out SENTENCE REDUCED Jno Tobin Ellis colored serving a 2iyetr sentence for killing sa fell Brown had his sentence reduced to two years by the Governor on Tues IIIFRANKFORTS PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS SOUTH CO PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY Juno 16Cm Both Phones 17 CllllI aLalllltY Office Cor Main and Ann Sts Laundry Foot of Ann St FRANKFORT KY juno IBCm In Addition t- oLUMBER We sell fbe Celebrated Ham mar Pain and the best Wall Plaster made Invincible HAMMOND CO junsl5OmI W J SCOTTOW Country Produce a Specialty Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Both Phones Cor 2nd Bridge- S reets Jnnp 16Om JOB PRINTING ATTf- iEROUNDABOUT f j I ELKS LODGE p- Ait rtilence Ufile JafteriibnttendeA of Soft The address by r Winkle was a brlllf tIle and his fr gratified at the self he acquitted hams SH Hjjkribtv the departed memuS the on was ornate and tende tThe musical part of the ceremony were of the most attractive and de lightful character the singers being Mrs Lindsay South Miss Genevieve Po ey Miss Harriett McClUre Mr J M VanDerveer and Mr Ben M Kee UfuIof the Order oA DANGEROUS DEADLOCK That sometimes terminates fatally Is the stoppage of liver and bowel func To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sensations Dr Kings New Life Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed absolutely satisfactory il every case or money back at all drug stores 25c OUR COUNTRY FOR DECEMBER ITho December Issue of Our Country- is in keeping with the Christmas season and spirit While not devoted entirely to the holly arid the mistle toe it contains several sketches and stories that are particularly timely Christmas on Indian River by Nancy Lewis Greene tells entertainingly of winter in the Land of Sun FurImss story by a new writer and it has an unexpected denouement Other good things are Cod Fishing and the- City of Glouster by Frank H Sweet Temperance in Maine by E N Bennett The Birds Christmas Feast by Mary Warham Forster departmentstare keeping the letter press Two full are devoted to reviews of current books Dr Weavers Syrup Pniiei the blood Cerate ointmentfor the lUa II Am Ready PHOTOS To Make The Best And all styles of Portraits and Groups ntny now Gallery South Frankfort Bridge St Gall on the Reliable Photographer H Gv MATTERN I IHavelight price The Capital Gas Electric June 16Om Light CO Incorporate The South Side Meat Marketlll The Best Beef Lamb Pork Fresh and Smoked sa Sliced Ham Oysters Isago Fish NEVILLE In Season UI Liquors and Wh re to Buy Them I The Pure Food Law will not nifeot us Woahvayndid and always will sell nothing but Straight Liquors at GEO B8LENDER 45 St ClaIr Every thing bnt the tsolor comes out in tile wash If done by The Troy LaundryJO- HN W QAYLE Agent JunelWtaj 1rLll J Spe al Sale of WOMENS SUITSI AT I C KAGIN BRO S ul f q Come and gour choice ofa stylish assortment ofitlnored Suits tit a bargain 1 G 011111 i B8o i NO 4143 8T CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY l m BANKS TO CLOSE INAUGURATION DAY Frankfort Ky Dec 2 1907 We the undersigned banks Hof Frankfort agree to close our places of business Tuesday December 10 1907 at 10 oclock a m forthe auguration of Augustus E Wlllson Governor of Kentucky NATIONAL BRANCH BANKI CAPITAL TRLIST CO BANKi ASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Haw Always Bought Bears the- Signature of VfGC rsG cvw A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr ShoopstCough Cure And it is So thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoopt tells mothers everywhere to give it without hesitation even to very young babies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lunghealing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties tp Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals V the sore and sensitive bronchial meni branes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or SUp press Simply a resinous plant ex t tract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards pall this shrub which the Doctor uses The Sacred Herb Always demand Dr Shoopls CougbuSure Sold by Capitol PharmacyYq 1 p C9j9TOR IA Bears tfa- Blgcatnro of uwals A b5URt Zu k lADDERS t Just received another new stock of LADDERS From 10 to 86 test long We have Building Lumber of all kin Is in stook Your trade is appreciated HiMMONMCO f fl T T Mr Nat Stone of Versailles was here on Monday Mrs W H Watts and son visited r In Lexington this week Mr H K Ward of Versailles was In the city on Monday Attorney J S Cline of Pikevllle was In the city on Tuesday Mr E M Wallace visited relatives in Lewis county this week Mr Anthony Schoberth of Versail les was in the city on MondayE Dr E E Hume has gone to his old home at Taylorsville for a rest Hon Edward Mulcahy of Versail les was In the city Tuesday Col Thos A Hall made a business trip to Nelson county this week Mr Benton Eubank of Cloverport visited relatives here this week Mrs Wm Harris of Paris was the guest of Mrs M B Adams this week Mr N R Armstrong of George Jtown1Yas Tn the city county court dtH Mrs L T MIntsh and daughter have returned from a visit to Owen county Auditorelect Frank PI James of Harrodsburg was in the city on Tues day judge W H Holt of Pewee Valley attended the Court of Appeals this week Miss Ella Barnett of Louisville who was the guest of Miss Martha Abbott has returned home I Judge W R Cress of Monttcello was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals Tuesday Col Ed E Abbett of the K D W H Co made a business trip to Cincinnati on Tuesday Rev D W Robertson of George town was the guest of Rev T F Tallaferro this week Col Thos G Stuart of Winchester was the guest of his brother Mr Jno H Stuart on Wednesday Mr W O Davis pf Versailles was lathe city on Saturday having come to enjoy a hunt Miss Martha Jameson returned Saturday from a visit to relatives lu Chicago and St Louis f Mr J Paul Swain wife rind son Who have guests of relatives at hive Smithfield returned homer Mr E G Clark of Vanceburg was the guest of his son Mr Frank Clark South Shelby street this week Miss Carrie Atkinson of Salyers yUle who has been the guest ofd Mrs S W Hager has returned home y Miss Jennie Morrow has returned from 1a visit to her niece Miss Elea nor Stewart Pusey in Louisville Mrs A M Hall of Nelson county who was the guest of Col Thos A Hall and wife has returned home Mrs Jno G South visited her father Gov W O Bradley in Louts vine this week Miss Smith of PrinctonVwhd has J been the guest of Rev J O A Vaught has returned home Mr Geo C Webb of Lexington was in the city on Saturday having comwn to take a days hunt Mrs R L Bergman and sons of Irvine are guests of her parents Capt 1 T West and wife this week Mrs Sallie Coyle and daughter I Miss Hallie of Bowling Green were guests of Mr M D Coyle this week Mr H K Bourne of New Castle and Mr W H Shanks or Stanford were in the city on legal business Sat urday Mrs W H Mrs Howard Rod man and Mis Jadys Rodman are visiting relat tear Greenville Mrs Jas Sanford of New Castle who has been the guest of Judge Jno D Carroll and wife has returned home Mrs E H Elliott went to Louis vine on Saturday to be with her sister Mrs Frank Hewitt at Norton In firmary Mr Hlte Bedford of the Louisville Training School who was the guest of MrW B McEnnis has returned home i Mrs W J Rice and daughter of Louisville who have been guests of Mrs C A Nelson have returned home Mr Luther Morgan of Louisville who has been the guest of his sister and aunt In this city has returu4 homefMr Jesse Veach and Mr John Veach of Jessamine county were guests of Mrs Nannje V Bruraback thls week Mrs Bettie Tyson and Mrs Maggie Utterback of Woodford county were guests of Mrs Nannie V Brumback this week Miss McLaughlin of Chicago Ills who has been the guest of her cousin Mrg D J McEHIgott has re turned home MrrDaniels and wife of Louisville are guests of her parents Mr lA Duane Brown and wife Gibson left Saturday for Fort Worth Texas where she wiiV spend the winter with her brother Mr Thos R Gibson I Mrs P M Hanley and Mlss Alice Heminwway of Louisville who were guests of Mr J P Hanley and wife have rteurned home IlIr Lyne Herndon wife and daugh ter of Louisville who have been guests of Mr Clarence Julian and wife have returned home Mist Artie Ripy and Miss Irene Ltllard of Lawrenceburg who have been guests of Miss Alice Farmer left Thursday for Lexington Mr Collins and wife of Danvile who were called here by the illness of her mother Mrs JQ A Vaught have returned home Mr C K Beryman the chap artist and cartoonist of Washington City who was the guest of his sister Mrs W H Pot oy has returned home Mr William T McLean of Sidney Ohio will arrive in the city Monday t 1 to be the guest of Mr George A Lewis during the Inauguration Mrs Mattie Worthington and chil dren of Louisville who has been guests of Rev J H Bq din and wife at Forks of Elkhorn have returned home 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 evening prayer at 730 p mJ The public generally invited to at tetd FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ROT Dr 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 a m taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 630 p Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 730 in the Chapel Everybody cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN HURHRev C R Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p Sundayschool at chapelChristian meet in the chapel at 645 p mrPrayermeeting on Wednesday even ling at 7 30 oclock in the Chapel Everybody Invited CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct services as follows I Low Mass at 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers and prayer at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH fRev J R Zeigler the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m4 Sundayschool at 945 a m Conference of young men and young women at 645 p m Prayer Meeting Wednesday even ing at 730 p Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCH Rev J S Sims pastor- Sundayschool 945 Preaching by the pastor at 1100 a m and 730 p m Epworth League at C45 p m Everybody Invited to attends SOUTHERN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m t Young Peoples Society at 7 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening- at 730 p Everybody invited to attend X BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school at 330 oclock p m THORN HILjL There will be Sun dayschool every Sunday afternoon In the schoolhouse at 3 oclock p m S I I Chiffons Nets Lace and Feather and Fur and in f 1 It JOur and are the 11 NATURE TELLS YOU As Many a Frankfort Reader Knows Too Well When the kidneys are sick Nature tells you all about it The urine Is calendar or too frequent action Any trouble tells of kidney Ills people testify to this Mrs Mollle E Callls of 574 Holmes Street Frankfort Ky says I have the greatest faith In Doans KidneyI Pills for they have brought relief had backache for years nt severe at all times but when an at tack occurred if lover with the secretions I tried remedies but found nothing that dlJ me any good Reading an advertisement In our local papers abobt Deans Kidney Pills It oc curred to me that they might at least give some relief Acting on the was Said about them proved true i ni my case The pain and aching In my pack ceased and the trouble with the kidney secretions was corrected I believe that any which acts up to the tions made for It like Doans Kidney Pills can not be made too well known as every sufferer should know of them For sale toy all dealers Price 60 cents Foster M bum Co Buffalo New York sole agent for the United States v V Remember tbV name qahantl take no othbr f ci c Y Our store is full of mas presents Silk Wool Dress Table f Linens Towels and Napkins Gloves Hosiery Neckwear Suits Cloaks and Furs1Si- lk Underskirts Ribbons 1 Blankets Spreads Infants Sacques and Toques Umbrellas A great collection of Handkerchiefs all at I popular prices See our special in Christmas Nov elties5c10c15c and Ca L J VVEIr Ji1 PERSONAL dayj Missi RELIGIOUS chapelWednesday mI mI ayevenIn PRESBYTERIAN 25cr H E VS ALE Silks Robes Laces Alfco Scarfs Stoles light shades lLCOATSCoats Suits positively 11SeeF J HEENEyIt 1Ii natures Infrequent unlnary kidheyImsFrankfort especially followIAVarious permanent gjstore thoroughly preparation representa iiSChrist- and Goods ENE tHI IIjIw fforMI G W QUARLES Or at South Trimbles place where ii J theyare at present Nov 162m tfie It STOVE FOR SALE CHEAP IAseen at is office r fj n STREET CAR LINE Cars leave Capital Hotel Main and Q Ann streets for South Frankfort com tInencing at 616 a m and every 16 minutes until 10 15 p m j For ParkAt 015 a in and 3 cars per hour until 1015 p m 1tFor Cemetery630 am every 46kt l minutes until 945 p m 1 For Leestown 630 am and every fIFBeWItta Lltlle Early Risers tf The famous little lpiih CURES BLOOD SKIN ICANCER GREATEST DISEASESI PURIFER FREE If your blood is Impure thin dls 4 easedt hot or full of humors If yoe- r have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema Itching rrisings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm BB B Soon all sores hell aches and pains stop j richDruggists rrt r j 4Balmpecially advised for chronic deep seated cases as it curosafterall elsel 7 falls flIMar 21y4 f Iyi t 1 LOCAL TOPICS Good morning Have you bees t the skating rink and broken your arm or leg yet s The scene at the corner of Main and St Clair streets each county court day Is such as one would view were ho to attend a like event in town of four or five hundred people where the streets are covered with vegetation and mud and the Inhabi tants are uncouth in their ways an halt civilized at best A collection of horses cattle and dilapidated ve bides block the roadway and crowds of bystanders clog the sidewalks making it almost Impossible for pe destriansand vehicles to pass sa Large numbers of school children U returning from the public schools Were much amused at the antics a lot of cattle last Monday The actions of the brutes were not fit foI either boys or girls to behold but r there were many female scholars wh were compelled to pass that way and Scould not help but see the Indecent sight Now for decencys sake a well as for the sake of the morals of the children of Frankfort will th j proper authorities abate the monthly nuisance that holds forth at the bust test spot In the Capital c City The River Road which leads from the Devils Hollow bridge to the L N bridge was once the most attractive promenade in or near the city But since the tracks of th street railway were laid over the roadway while the construction of t- herNew Capitol was underway the Boo levard as It was formerly called apt lpealtJ to have been neglected No that all the hauling of heavy material over the switch of the street railway 1isabout at an end it Would seem to be advisable to restore the road t its former condition so that the chi dren of Bellepoint could traverse it yanthe way to school and the peopl of Frankfort could enjoy this natur tally beautiful walk along the rive bank as in the days of YOleI f TheIt Frankfort have taken on the desolate aspect that winter brings yet the dwellers in the rural regions are not without the Joys that In large meas t r ure go to recompense them some cwhat for the loneliness and dreari ness of their situation during the colder months of the year when na ture is In a mood far from pleasant t Hog killing which has been in full blast for the past week will continu- for a week or more yet and our country cousins are fairly revelling 4f in delightful banquets madeup of spareribs backbones fresh sausage r that Is pure cracklln bread and hometradeIsousel some dishes at this t think of itthe ongipthe sandpapered ones which are sold 1s1atthe bulcher shops in the city But notifthaveSf l far as Frankfort and the contiguous ti territory is concerned Here it is the 7th of December and the people hereabouts are yet strangers to snow- sleet slush and tinny other disagree i able results or real wintry weather to any appreciable extentr sty r whpithe Republican side of the contention f and did all In his power for the sue ricess of the ticket that won out lnthe j Is said to be slated for some i qf la pjjj LUon under the new 1State administration The man ale luded to is Capt jD CJtfBTTRoblnFon anti ho not only deserves a place under the new order of things politically but should have been taken care of by the Democrats when they were in power Many years ago Capt Robin- Frankfortopenitentiary and performed his duties as such well and faithfully During an outbreak participated by hundreds of desperate convicts he bravely faced a situation that most men in his place would have avoided and standing surgoaof liberty seekers blocked the way to the beckoning gate beyond which led to the opening While defending riskdof his life he was shot by one of tboI convicts and received a wound which besides tripling him in such a manner as to incapacitate him from hardI labor practically rendered him an in jvadil for life as the wound never healed He was entirely capable of prisonttude and justice on the part of the heldrhim in such a position though life manyoDemocratic administrations andI brushed aside to make room for some wonderstherefore that he should support aI wouldeprove a graceful act on the part ofI the incoming administration io recog nize his past service to the State and place him on the pay roll again A gentleman who resides at the pretty Suburb of Thorn Hill Informed the writer that the closing down ofj atesubstantialvillage the foot of Cove Hill and the northern end bi Cove Spring Valley He de wouldwbe a marked depreciation In value ofI real estate in that locality was ground less that Thorn Hill was able to takeC otherotime and would continue to grow and prosper s The holiday advertiser should bear offersrUnexcelled opportunities to secure a hearing before the people of the city and county as well There is not a precinct or a section of Franklin county that iti Is not a welcome visi tor to each week and a message to prospective customers placed In Its columns never fait to bring about the desired results A trial will convince HUM A few days more of such told weather as prevailed Wednesday and Thursday will give Benson creek a coating of transpareht ice that will whoedelight in this bracing exercise and exhilerating pastime For a hundred years or more Benson has always been the Mecca of devotees of the tlescrlp thouIsanin olden days on the placid surface ot the beautiful creek beneath the Ben Isifar as real and healthful enjoyment goes r IThe inaugural ball which will beI by the colored people at the West End Skating Rink Tuesday night promiseS to prove of great moment to the members of the 400 of1 Frankforts colored population as itI is the first time that anything of the kind was ever atempted here The colored brother Is making great prep Reubenland pikeiASSEMBLY BALL CLUB OFFICERS The Assembly Ball Club was re ThefollowingPresident J Bufor4 Hendrlck SecretaryJ Bacon BlantonI PRR MME OF INAUGURATION DECEMBER 10 1907r Processlon IThe procession will form on Broad way street In front of the public square promptly at 1030 oclock a m the carriages on thee north wide of the street the front resting on Lewis street and aligned at the curbing to receive the persons to occupy them the military escort in the center IJthe street with the st Ann street and from rightrf the following order lucky Military Instl the Second Regime dets ol Mlllersburg sixty feet Space rlage containing i Governorelect ther State College the other than the millt form along the soutlr near the curbing f ffl Ing on Ann streetiIn such formatiorPQ Hpvernor Governorelect the Sty officials r State officialselect accompanied- the Committee of Escort will be received the military saluting as the party leaves the public square As soon as the Governor and Governor elect have been placed in their carriage the military escort will form column the carriage take place In the space provided for it and the procession move In the following order FIRST DIVISION Platoon of City Police Chief Marshal ffromThe Governor and Governorelect In carriage Remainder of military s cort composed of Cadets from the State College with band Assistant Marshal State officials State officialselect judges of the Court of Appeals city officials and distinguished visitors all in carriages SECOND DIVISION Assistant Marshal Band Organ- Ized Clubs of marching bodies in order as assigned Assistant Marshal The procession will move east to Ann street south on Ann street to Main street west on Main street toI St Clair street south on St Clair LoIIConway street north on Conway street Bridge and St Clair t1northstreet east on Main street to Washington street north on Washington street to Broadway street and east Broadway street to the front of the public square I On entering Broadway street from Washington street the military and marching bodies Will march on the south side of the railroad track and the carriages be driven on the north side of the railroad track The milt tary on arriving with its center posite the front gate of the public square will halt form Into line in the center of the street and facing the public square so as to leave room forth marching bodies to pass in their rear and saluto the Governor and Governorelect as they leave their carriage and proceed to the platform on the public square As soon as the Governor and Governorelect reach the platform the procession will be disbandedI1st Prayer by Rev William Crow F 2dMuslc Second Regiment Band 3d Presentation to Governor Beck ham by Mayor Hume of wrlten testimonial on behalf of citizens of FrankfortI4th Music SecondRegiment Band rii r 5th Valedictory Address by Governor BeckhampGth Inaugural Address of Gover llIi I OLD TAYLOR 1 w PREMIERIKENTUCKY WHISKEYJ A Frankfort 1 i IiI J I i I rs 01 Xa Inistratlon ol Oath to August willson as Governor by Chief Sne ORear 8th Music Second Regiment Band 9th Benediction by Rev T S Major e EAGLES HOLD ELECTION The local lodge of Eagles met at their hall In Odd Fellows Temple on Thursday evening when besides the regular routine work gone through with the anual election of officers was held There was a friendly contest for the positions to be filled and much interest was displayed as to the outcome The Frankfort Lodge of Eagles is anyIState and Is growing at a sur prising rate The gentlemen who were chosen to fill the places of honor at the election are among the best known and most popular citizens and their selection does honor to them selves and the order to which they belong ZFtittr names and the post loons lEey fiaje been called on to fill follow h PresfifentBan Marshall Vice JsldentOwen Moore Chaplain Alex Schneider Jr SecretaryCharles G Payne Treasurer Ralzabell Hleatt Inside GuardPat Callahan Outside GUardJohn Dean Jr PhysicianDr 0 B Demaree TrusteesO N Smith Louis Rosen stein and Ellwood Hamilton IMPROVEMENTS AT ELECTRIC LIGHT WORKS IThe Capital Gas and Electric Light Company Is making mora improve ments at Its extensive plant in the West End ahd Is leaving nothing undone to give the people of Frank fort a service in the way of furnish irig illumination both gas and electric that many cities twice the size of Frankfort are not provided with proprietors are to be highly TheI mended for the endeavors they are constantly making to meet the wants of the local public in this regard CENTRAL KENTUCKY TRACTION COMPANY Schedule effective on and after 1907I Lexington for Ver sallies and Frankfort eVery hour from 600 a m to 600 p m inclusive Cars will leave Lexington for Versailles at 7 p m 9 p m and 11 p rCars will leave Versailles for Frankfort every hour from 645 a m until 645 p m inclusive Cars will leave Frankfort for Versailles and Lexington at 600 a m and every hour from 730 a m un 730 p m inclusive Cars will leave Versailles for ington every hour from 615 a m til 815 p m Inclusive and at 1015 p m Runing time Lexington to Versa lees 45 minutes Versailles to Frank fort 45 minutesJ B CRAWFORD General Manager WOMANS CLUB MEETING We are requested to announce that the Womans Club will meet on Mon day afternoon December 9 at 330 oclock at the residence of Mr John B Lindsey on Wapplng street I r h Buying a GifIis often times tedious even if thi ques tion of what to buy has been solved Whynot select amicable useful asrwell beautiful Theas comfortablyWith M A SELBERt iIl on serving pircesthe 1 l tWIllreadlfrrecipient recogmze m f great durability and appreciate them for p their usefulness Money is realwasted in the purchase of many iarticles of an and practicable character barely lasting longi IJenough for presentation purposes what imore sensible than chaste durableteveryday table silver We have it tyrx rtl I- Jlt iSterling Silver Tea Spoons 1 from 375 to 8 50 per set Silver Plated Tea Spoon f 125 to 200 per set Ou IFrks375t Jewelerr J int f lif ADVERTISED LETTERS fj The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frank 0 fort Ky postofflce for tho woes endting Saturday December 7 Allen ChasI Ij 1f ii Beecher Cllne Braton Miss Laura jj iJtT i Brewer Larkin jICarmody J H Deakins Estell ef i i rdordoni t j AGrahamGraves Claude 2 t Harod Owen fJ fLHicks Anda i Hunt E ttt t Huntington Mrs Kate James John t hKeyKirkpatrick Walter JA v 1Mathewst Miller Milton J ffPattonPlckett T W 7Robards Oscar f Roberts Johnr JiIt fIStewart Horace J Stivers Alexander H Tuck Roberta fWarsh Mrs Sue v Whallen John l Wilson Herschel Wlnn Robert N Md i SVlyman G When calling for any of tie tletters Mdj- G190 please say advertised i L BARNES P fu 4- t i Ifr i 1 ft fwN wR yp TReFianKforifioiinilalMt1 Entered at the postoM t Frankfort Ken tucky ns seccjiidclnss mailable mutter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub F RT DEC 7 1907 CONGREBSTTTEETS AND PRESI DENT SENDS MESSAGE The Sixtieth Congress met in Washington on Monday jj- Hoj Joseph C Cannon of nUn was lec esker as were other dtucerjHBfetted by th bublican cauci President RoqleveTts message d in each house jon Tues very lengthy document as sry able one llov subjects were ver atlon UrT the fundamental conditions sounder than in at this very moment and it is foolish when such is the case for people to hoard money instead of keeping it in sound banks for it is such hoarding that Is the immediate echelon of the money stringency There may be honest differences of opinion as to many governmental policies but surely there can be no such differences as to the need of un flinching in the war against successful dlshonestylI Necessity is urged for greater Fed ieral avtivity rather than an extension of Federal authority t Additional legislation needed look ing to proper control of great con cerns engaged in interstate business and delay in enforcement Of the laws against combinations formed in re 4 straint of trade necessary Punishment of individuals who do v wrong recommended rather than forc ing the company which they repre sent to suffer Greater elasticity needed in currency but there must be no lack of safety and security Emergency issue of currency urged Careful scrutiny of tariff schedules and revision when necessary but country is committed to policy of protection r Public opinion must be back of alli laws in order to enforce them erly but no man stands above the lol1aw and no corporation is so wealthy that it cAn not be held to acIl count Yr f Law should be changed to prevent ifabuse of injunctions Attention called to alarming in 4crease in railroad accidents IChanges in employers liability law urged to give employes definite compensation for injuries Eighthour law in government ser vice compulsory Investigation of in Austria disputes and legislation to r control employment of women and itI children favored r Plea for deep water way from lakes v to gulf and conservation of cbuntrxs resources urged IeCalls attention to work done on Panama Canal and progress made Comment on unsatisfactory con fditlon of ocean mail seivice and rem edy suggested Reorganization of certain depart ments of army necessary apd hIgher wages for officers and mon recom men edIMore fighting ships necessary to keep our navy up to high standard of efficiency and reorganization of settle J departments neededv Our foreign relations in splendid law and Its effect SENATOR CAMPBELL CANTRILL ON TOBACCO The address of the Ho p bell Cantrlll of Scott coj o tobacco vet 3Fraat thejfl taise Mond abl ive one ter t otters the vIlybursts of applause which tellingIntade of hardy tillers of the soil z in every word he uttered vldent interest and pleasure yThe speaker reviewed at length the present status of the gigantic strug gle between the American Tobacco Co on the one hand and the tobacco planters of the State of Kentucky on andianation of the farmers of Kentucky by the tobacco trust for the past several years was dwarfing the lives and ruining the future prospects of the boys and girls of the country districts who were forced instead of attending the schools to go out in the patch and labor unceasingly that the great company that controls the price of this Important staple might declare annually dividends running up into many millions He pointed out that the growers had the battle almost won and quoted pfovethatassertions of its agents and buyers to the contrary was iladl+ fin want of all grades of tobacco as the supply on hand was well nigh exhausted and must be replenished at whatever cost The high price paid for 35000 pounds of loose leaf burley sold at a Lexington warehouse last week was alluded to illustration of the needs of the company and other matters which went to showtQer- trend of events held up to els hearers- In closing his masterful talk the gifted speaker made an earnest appeal to the growers of this section not to raise any tobacco during the season of 1908 and proved by logical arguments that such a course if unl versally adopted and adhered tb throughput the burl belt would win the fight for the farmers and end a struggle that has been a long drawn out and bitter onto His allusions to the wIves sons and daughters of the growers woo he claimed were being neglected because of the hardships of the growers brought about by the trust were telling and made a marked impression on the farmers present Altogether the speech and arguments of Senator Cantrill were the best ever heard on theIsubject in Franlln county and the earnest and respectful attention given him by the immense crowd present could not help but prove very flattering to the Girlhood and Scotts Emulsion are linked together The girl who takes Scott Emulsion has plenty of rich red bloodshe is plump active and energetic The reason is that at a period when a girls digestion is weak Scott jr Emulsion provides her with powerful nourishment in easily digested form gItis a food that builds and keeps up a o strength IS2ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 learned gentleman from the nelghbor ing county of Scott t LETTER FROM RD W C TAYLOR Editor Roundabout Dear SirInote with pleasure in your issue of November 23d mention of the fact that the saloon lIcenso in Frankfort may be raised to 800 or 1000 My Judgment is that just now the abolition of the saloon in your beloved little city ia impractica b so the next best thing should bet pastor In Frankfort in i lveen years ago and have uous reader of the ling that and I time t that twenty been shot to death eath within the cor he city Those killed e city limits and mur the colored population j counted Evidence xst jmost of them were saloonIndottom of no trouble When we re 1foreacross it is a question if that sad record can be outmatched by any other city on this continent certainly not in the United States These are facts that the city council ought to consider The fewer saloons cer tainly the fewer places and occasions 1 for the awful record to be Continued I shall never cease to love Frank fort and can not help feeling a deep interest in all that pertaips to its highest well being and good name Gratefully yours W C TAY OR Petersburg Va SPLENDID MAN GOES TO HIS REWARD We were greatly saddened on Monday when we read a dispatch announcing the death of Judge Jo seph I liandes of Hopkinsvllle Judge Landes was seventyone tears of age and had been in poor health for some time but his death was a great shock to his host of warm ly admiring friends He was a devout Christian gentle man an elder in the Presbyterian Church He leaves a devoted wife but no children The whole commun ity in which he lived will unite in mourning a tender and devoted husband an upright citizen and fearless and uncompromising friend pf truth morality and religion Judge Landes served as a State Senator from Christian and Hopkins counties in the memorable session ot 13956 and upon the death of Judge J R Grtce of the Appellate Bench about the close of that session GOv Bradley appointed him to the vacant position which he filled with honor to himself and profit to the Common wealth His opinions ranking with the best min vyho servpd with him on the bench at that time Judge Ltndes was the kind of Christian that makes the world and better for his having lived purerI He tried to get nil the Joy and good opt pf life and to avert as much of sin and sorrow as lay in his power I Itochurch and his God Earth will be poorer by his passIng but heaven will be the richer To his lonely wjdow and loving friends we tender our sincerest sym pathyI CENTRAL KENTUCKY TRACTION COMPANY t Schedule effective on and after December 3 1907 Cars will leave Lexington for Versailles and Frt kfort every hour from 6oba mto600 p m1 inclusive Cars will leave Lexington for Ver sallies at 7 p m 9 p nv and 11 p mI Cars will leave Versailles for Frankfort every hour from 645 a munm 645 p m Inclusive Cars wilt leave Frankfort for Veri sallies tnd Lexington at 600 a m1 and every hour from 730 a muntil 730 p m inclusive Cars will leave Versailles for Le ington every hour from 016a m un til 815 p m Inclusive and at 1015 p m Running time Lexington to VersalJ les 45 minutes Versailles to Frank fort 45 minutes lI t y rJ rPle sant toltake Laxative Syrup 41i NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Your Doctor ii 7 And he will tell you Laxative Fruits ana their extracts are J the best medicineafor Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestinesI ytableI I about complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as if Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etch Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND SOcPBR BOTTLE II t t I Tobacco Bellows Blowers it Hoes Forks Spades a Cradles and lingers S- Scythes and Snatches l i Scythe Stones W eelborro rs i1Tarpaulins Monkey Wrenches 0 Pipe j Sittings and Wrenches jl 1j 1YrnIHardware Paints Oils Etc l ii f CapitolFoundry f 1 rJ Machine Go fl it ij HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY f I Dealers in and Repairers of wft Machinery arid Machine ilti J Supplies of All Kinds f i Both New and Secondhand mJ WE HAVE FOR SALE 7 1 Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Roller trf i Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine i t Ninehorse Power Hagah Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill JUrra 200 Bushels Capacity I BOTH PHONESahIrWr j Lr 1 Of ffitirist To WoiiHHt t 7 o suc women as arc not 8czloust an of health but who have exacting duties pjiVto perform eIther In the way of house 3icld cars or In social duties and func hi h seriously lax their strength fs wejiinro vurslng Dr PIerces Favorite Prescription MS proved a mos t valuable sup rtlng tonic and invigorat- tsing nervine P tmn1v use much serious sickness and utFcrine mnv llvolded eratina tahio and the uri eons knife wousj it iIP eve Bldom have to be employed If this most ya uo womat e e to rip to In stood time Tho Favorite Prescrlp lion has proven u great boon to expectant mothers by preparing the system for tho of thereby rendering child painiessBearFavorite Prescription is not a secret or patent medicine against which tho most intelligent people are quito naturally averse because of tho uncertainty as to their composition and harmless character t but Is MDNJUNM Ujr KNOWN VUUlUSl TIONa full list of all its ingredients being tt ft prntddin plain English on every bottle An tact thatsit of ingredients will disclose tho Is 1non lcohollc in its composition chemic n ally pure triplerefined taking tho used In Its makoup In this connection It may not bo out of place to state that tho l Favorite Prescription of Dr Pierce Is r the medicine for tho cure of woman s pocullhr weaknesses and all anent and through druggists all unlt medical writers and several schools of practice and that too as remedies for for which Favorite Prescription Is recommended A little endorsements will bo sent to any address postpaid and absolutely free request same by card or letter of Dr K V Pierce f13ufTalo NY Dr Plercos Pleasant Pellets euro constipation Constipation Is tho cause of many causo and you euro the disease Easy to take as candy- GLASSWORKBTEMPORARILY = ClipSED i Owing to the fact that sa many customers have asked the Frankfort rModes Glass Works to hold upin- t their shipments of stock for a short L while the cpmptny was competed to close operations on Saturday for a i few dayS Fires wore banked under I the retorts so that they could resume at any time It takes severarMays for the retorts to get ready to run end this will prevent delay pI There Is nothing about Kennedys l Laxative Cough Syrup that makes it different from others as it causes a fJ v tree yet gentle action of the owels- 1 through which the cold Is forced out Of the system At the same time it Ipl heals irritation and allays Infiamma i lion of the throat and lungs It is i pleasant to take Children like it JYJ Contains no opiates not narcotics Sold by South Co tt COLLECTION OF INTERNAL REV NUE TAXES iIi D PU Collector Grant L Roberts I collected Internal revenue taxes for 1 ithe month of November as follows 2652 barrels 100916510 tax gallons JtamQunt of ttxes 11100815 which shows a very decided falling off from JJ the preceding month duo to the t stringency In the money market ft HERES GOOD ADVICE k t 0 S Woolever one of the best taIcno wn fnerchants ofLa RayeviUe N Ysays If you are ever troubled rYywith piles apply Suddens Arnica l Salve it cured mo of them for good 20 years ago Guaranteed for sores s burns ort abrasions 25o at sttwoun fstares 4 ii CALEB POWERS FRANKFORT- 4 v iJ iQuIte a mild sensation was caused 1h this city on Wednesday by the ivlsff Caleb Powers and the twelve MTnen who comp09o the jury in the r fourth tlaI9t the celebrated case ftlnoWibQlng held tej Georgetown The 4If jjrlspherand the jury pgetfadr with nearly tall the officers of tho court k t wont to the scene of the assts lnatlon t 2 Lof Goebel In the yard of the old State Capitol and examine closely the 1building In jvhlch was situated the rtoffico of the prlsbnor at the time of I the killing as well as fho spot whore MrGoope1 fell rif an hour was consumed in in r specting various places that might fJ throw some light on the testimony being given at Georgetown and plae- the jurymen ina position to render an intelligent and Just verdict when the rl caspBhall have been given into their t wasdeI sired the party returned to George r town on the afternoon train over the F C Railway H j DWIItC Early aeers TM fanuouo little pIHM tr kj i fllidti 1 t t Ss t i I i rii j o POTRY J Hrfward H Farmer t What is Potry Uncle Ephrim Cain you tell whenit is wrote Theres a heap o talk about It Did you ever see a VPote Was they born that way you reckon i With the hair all down their neck Like as em in this here scrapbook Whats a Genyus Do you reck Holdon Sonny wait a minutei Youre done ast me spmethin well y That haint never yit been answered So as any one could tell Seems thar aint ho reglar pattern Fer a man to follow n wIMost of em Jist up an does it When they feel that way they low Wish thar was someway o tellm1 What was broadclothe from the J eans It would save a lot b wrltiii v In the books an magazines An us common folks would never Have ter see our feathers fall Like as when we learn our diP Alnt allI plnsI Its a awful thing tosp rlence Fer your heart ter throb an thump Bout some little verses sonny Then be told that yourea chump That it taint a thing but rhymtn p Same as Any onb could do With a pad an three fer pencil Anna fide hour or two No thar alnt no way o telling Cept ter kinder judge the source These here verses in the papers They alnt potry of courseIBut the magazines they have it 1WithAn a doubleJlnted nameISomethin bout some kind o some thin Of a brindleorange green An some other words an phrases That nobody never seen 1SOr The cloudhounds they arej howlln IAn the umpire bold the ball1 An the winged nag Pegasus Paws the stardust in hiS stun While the Powers that Be are leanin From the vasty deep ter seee If I give my heart ter Llzy Or my gooeyed Magaree Ifthats potry Joe Willum An I guess thats what It air fButFer I wouldnt have the parson Fer ter knoW it not ferfer Thats the kind your sister Maggie Shored me that he written herI No thar aint mu hwayo tellln Its like safetyrazor add Butsgive me the oldtlme verses An the razors too begads laughterbali ne Writ jn simple words an meter Singln like the birds In June sBADLY MIXED UP Abraham Brown of Winterton Yhad a very remarkabfe experience he says Doctor got badly mixed up over me phe said heart disease two called It kidney trpuble the JIfourth blood poison and stomach and liver trpublo but none of them helped men so many advised trying Etbctric Biters Vhlch are re storing jno to pgrfecthealth One bottle did me more gopd than all th five doctors prescribed Guaranteed for blood poison weakness and all stomach liver and kidney complaints by all druggists 50c SHEPHERD DOGS FOR SALE Our good friend Mr Join P Has citiMoridayodJ in disposing of his litter of high bred Theseadoss belong to a family of shepherd logs that shave proved their worth and any farmer needing a dog of this description would do well to see Mr Hosteller at once tO X O XI X L Bwirs the hate i t lft1 r GLASS FACTORY CLOSED DOWN Franlctort1Modes bo closed down for a while The ac tion followed the laying off of the nightshlft di4t a week before Vand was not Unlocked for by tAos who had given the matter any attention Tho management announces that the cessation of Operation Is only lof a temporary character and that work will bo resumed at an early There are many other sources or1 employment available to those who need work and even though winter Ii here there are few Idle men on the streets All the distilleries In this section and there are thirteen or fourteen In and within a few miles of the city will be in operation for the winter within a short time and most of the sawmills and planing mills will also keep going so long as the weather will permit There are many other industries as well that will be going at full blast The Legislature and its followers will be here In a few days and plenty of money will be InclrcuI anon in the channels of local tradeI s Dewitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salvedont forget the name and ac cept no substitute Get DeWltts its good for piles Sold bf South Co NARROW lESCARE Mr Gilbert H Mastin had a narrow escape from a broken leg on Tuesday He was handling a mule at his farm on the Glens Creek pike when he came too near the business end of that mule when it let drive with the result that one foot landed oji Mr Mtflns leg below the knee tearing the flesh and bruising the member quite badly Luckily the bone was not broken as the blow was a glancing one It was at first feared that one of the bones was shattered but Dr Jno G South who was hastily summoned and dressed the member tound no bones broken Deadly Grasp of Grip Pros trated Me Dr Miles Nervine Built Up My Shajtered Nerves arid Gave Me an Appetite Of tic millions of people who today suffer from nervoiis or heart weakness n per deadlyea germ a direct attack tipon the nerves puttingads extra at the time ity is at thelowest ebb If aGrippe hasI left you with shattered nervous system loss of energy insomnia frequent headaches and tendencies strengthen the weakened nerves with Dr Miles TJervine It will undo all that done bring back appetite rest and restore the nerves to theirnormal I want to write this testimonial for the benefit of those Vhohave suffered from that dreaded d sa suffered scv- eralweeksswithitandnothinfiItriedseemed to benefit me or suffered almostdeatbaud fins ly my daughter recommended Dr Miles Nervine to me and I c9n say from the first meIl one who has suffered from LaGrlJJpewlll find instant belief getting a Nervine Insist on having it arid take hopingthisMRS B HALL Jackson Tenn druggists sell and guarantee first tle Dr Miles Remedies send free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address DiVlilM Medical Co Elkhart lad itr W vi I J i i rfe The Kind You toe Always Bought In Use Fpr Over SO Years IiiTNt tf TaE BESTHOEHn Jj IS MADE FROM PRIDE OF MADISON t r FLOUR Th is ASK YOUR GROCERr For Hay Straw Gait Seeds Potatoes and Produce Call O- nHEISESONS r tF 1 ST CLAIR STREET 4 Both Phones 411m jAif 1 1 ifl GQsbyrat nt AirTight Baker and Heater i IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY Mt warms the coldest and largest room in the house making it cozy The busy auythingIChristmas turkey Still it looks M neat as any heater made It is airtight apd a great fuel saver Thousands are be ing sold Thousands of housekeepers are enthusiastic F1te Cast Iron tops and bottoms making it last for years without repairs Made only by UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA 1ITrial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Raclno Wis These tests are aIthisICapitolIpharmacyry fI f Ii t J 4 1 T P IT HEATS o i AN- DCOOKS t1L TOO WV The Most Convenient Useful Yv and Economical Stove for the J JtiHome Ever Made r t 3 TtiThousands oC men and women iId1neyneglect your kidneys Delays are dangerous Do Witts Kidney Andr j Bladder Pills afford kuick relief for all forms of kidney and bladder troiH ble A weeks treatment 25c Sol by South t Cof d r Ii 6 pt t 5s i 1 fqPI tfv I iv1A SELBERT x 230 ST CLAIR STREET M A RT JEWELERliIIililY IT AT ITS I DRMILES ITIPAIN PILLS gjj r F STI Headache i SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHE PAIN IN CHEST I DISTRESS IN r STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS MARifiEBFLORIIANDUNCANIn I this county on Tuesday Mr Huston D Florian and Miss Hattie Duncan were married I ELLISRUBBSIn thecity on Wednesday Mr Evan Ellis and bliss Isa Hubbs were married br Hev Dr M B Adams this city on Wednesday Mr Bradley Reece and Miss Grace Hume were married By Rev J S Sims FIRST TRAIN ON HIGHLAND iROAD The first train bearing passengers on the Highland Railroad went opt from this city on Thursday goingas far as the Old Crow Distillery The train will go to the Old Taylor Distillery by Tuesday DELAY ON THE NEW CAPITAL rs SOwing to some delay incident to the refusal of the Capital Commission t to receive some faulty columns which will go to adorn the new structure it is feared that the Work of finishing the interior might be delayed for months It is to be hoped that the difficulty will be removed 4 however and that under the direction of the new State officials good headway will be trader i C Eli T so RIAIean the Blgnatnre of d tltrals Ifeart Strength incansNerveftrengtb1t1vely not one weak heart jln a hundred Ism It laultaThissImply needs and must have more power more moregovemlngBtren haystheseDrfihoopsfor weak and ailing BeartsDrShoop first sought suffocatIngpopular prescription is clone directed to these buildsItstrenghensIf you would have strong Hearts strong di reestablishthem Dr Shoops RestorativeCAPITOL tw I t m lYi if I The id e for Christmas gifts ofintrinsic value Watches in Gold Fille band Nickel from hOO to 15000 Signet Rings ockets 01 ipaceletSj always have been in demand as iristmas re adding l1ew ideas to our stock all the time torheni1 rwar 1847 Bros naives Forks allineof Carving Sets Dishes Trays Sterling Silver Novelties and l tou EELeERVE i REECEHUMEIn rseveral 7 Brooches Chafing NEW BURLEY BRINGSfHIGH- PRICE On thel tobacco brekes In Louis ville Wednesday several hogshead of new burley brought 22 the record price for the past year It should be a matter of local pride that this tobacco was raised in Franklin county and that its grade was of a superior quality Some Franklin county land may not be the best in the world but when it comes to raising fine tobacco the farms of the hickory hills of this county are hard to beat They are experts in the culture of the weed These farmers who are Securing Such high prices for their 1907 crop should remember however that but for the pool of the Burley AsSocia tion the American Tobacco Company would be paying them about one third the amount they are now recely ingIndependent growers who are reallz lug so heavily on their products would do well to remember also that they are taking advantage of and be coming the beneficiaries of a state of affairs which the pooled growers have brought about They certainly must feel like they are being paid money that other men have earned ELKS TO ENTERTAIN Following the lines of their usual forethoughtalydhospitality the lodge ot Elk will throw open the doors of their splendid home in this city for the entertinment of all visitors tt the Capital on Inauguration day This action is to be commended as doubt less many strangers from out in the State will take advantage of the In vitajtlon to make themselves at home there during next Tuesday i SOMETHING NEW Attention is called to the adv r tisement of Messrs R Rogers Sons in this issue They offer great inducements to Buyers and especially to the young folks Read their ad MORE tIGHT RIDERS AT WORK Severall farmers have been visited byInlghtriders jhiia week who ordered them to pool their tobacco- or you wont have any to pool About time to call a halt That Kukiux law is still on the statute books Mr Adolph Davis who is attending the Law School in Louisville was at home for Thanksgiving with his Father Mr I Davis He returned to Louisville Monday i tl M1 J1 r f Lm 71TAKE ONE f 9h 1 of the Li tHe Tablets AND THE PAIN IS GONE BEIT13 ROACH In this county on Sunday Mrs Emily Roach wife of Mr Willis fivelyearsducted at the family residence or Monday by Rev Dr M B Adams and the remauis were laid to rest in the family burying ground e NAVIGATION REOPENED ON THE UPPER KENTUCKY Lock No5 which has been closed for a week or more while some repairs were made to the gates is open again and navigation on the upper Kentucky has been resumed The steamer Falls City has been making trips only fro kt r Louisville to Frankfort and all intermediate points while the lock was being repaired but wlllnoogo back to her old itinerary which includes a visit each week to apoint above Valley View COLDEST OF THE SEASON Thursday monring was the cold est of the season The mercury went down to 16above zero in the city We Jt went lower in the countryiOFFICIAL INAUGURAL FLAG Mr Ci J Welclthe Main street dry goods man has the official Inaug ural flag for sale Price two for 25 cents See him Dec 71t r qNEW BOARD ORIGANIZED The newly elected members of the hoard of Education were sworn in on Wednesday night and the following officers were elected y W President H H Robert- sTreasurerW H Hog- eSecretaryW S Dehoney Messrs Roberts and liloge were re elected and ColJY limey isone of the new members y e Mites and Master StrotlierihoBanford have been Sleets off Rev A Paul Bag y and wi fe 4 at Wbpdlake have returned to their hpme in Louisville Mrs W T Scott Mrs Efjza Bailey Mrs W F Barret Mrs Frank Barret and Mis Mayme f Mason Scott ate tended the wedding of Mr Mason B Barret and M10 Rosa Johnston Rob Inson in Loulayjite tbjs Week f f i Jj is ft Fruit OfnamentalJTrees j I Shrubs Grape Vises Asparagus Everytbieg for Orchard Laws and Gardes We employ no agents Catalogue on appUcatioa I H F Hillenmeyer Sons Lexington Ky Oct 129- mIou1vi1Ie Qtiantid Railwa EAST BOUND r DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY ITrains leave Versailles for Beatty Intcrmediaj6 points 91 700 a m and at noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT Trains from SUNDAY Beatty ville and infer mediate points arrive at Versailles at 1020 a m and 530 pm- ON SATURDAYS ONLY Train leaves Versailles for Richmond and intermediate points at 730 p m SUNDAYS ONLY Train ION Richmond for Versailles and points at 415 p m L A and the Traction Line affords excellent service betty as Frankfort and Nlcholaavllle Rich mond Irvine t Beatyville and interme diate points For further information addreM 1 R SMITH G P A Versailles Ky Oct 5- 1yFor Weak Kidneys der urinary troubles and backache us- eDeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pil- lsWeeksA Treatment 25c ze C DWXTT it COi CbiCMtO IU Sold by South ft Co i F1J l tijn rf Iir If htl Chesapeake Ohio Hy i tJectt United for loaisvillc NashVillc Meat phis West as d Southwest 920 1 H and 614 P X Dally limited For Washington Baltimore PI1 phia New York Richmond Point and Nwfalk hulelI 28lyr 1016 AX and 801 P H CASTORIAFor THi Khuf YW Nara Always Bought t 1gnaturr7ofS i 1J A FAMOUS 1tEMEIY j Icured MY cough with GcrmaalnJItto Dr G G jUi1 aatrueasJtdlyoudoctordeari IaJeeUn1bitrthan ever r consumptive should raA Iw the victixnof experiment as h often I but the moment disease mans tests its presence he should be given Bo 1 schees German Syrupa ure holic that specially f the cure of consumption and has a wide fame as a r for catiurl colds croup sore throat ma all bronchial affections inold and fit is sold in all civilized countries and has been famous as consumption nu for almost half a century fTrial bottle 350 Big b9t1e1 J all druggists throughout th14 For sale by J W Gayle r Wanted aood country sage Applyp to Bowen Henry Eaati Main street Oct 26tt v fIi Ii J1iiilp o SQWR fa 9o r j 307309 Mal in Street Hardware MerchantsBothPhones i1 t fJi MISS SHAFERS SONG RECITAL 1FQ BENEFIT OF PUB IiI LIC LIBRARY On next Tuesday Evening at the 13i8copal Chapel Miss Virginia Shafer of Louisville will glvo a song recital PUbJiShafers fine contralto voice will agree that the Womans Club is un tV usually fortunate in getting her to come to Frankfort and It Is hoped a e Ithat she will be greeted by a large fand appreciative audience Mrs L Crawford who will accompany Miss Shafer Ig Ian accomplished pianist and her artistic accompaniments will prove an added charm to the beautiful vocal numbers i The program Includes selections i 1Tt Jrpm many of the best composers and all muslo lovers ally be especially pleased to know that a group of songs will be given from A Lover In Da Tuascus and a beautiful selection Joan of Arc 1fIomTschaUcowskys attractive fea Miss Shafer has I fi also agreed to sing a group of chil Mdrens songs which are sure to i 1 please alleges They are artistic and simple awl she sings them with great charml benefit for the Public Library tJtbe Womans Club Is especially 4uq ious that every one shall help em to malceMiss Shafers recital i t a great success The price ofadmls f centsfi SALVATION ARMYS GOOD WORK j V f ti The local corps of the Salvation t vpVrmy whose headquarters reont- q g V Clinton street injt9 WeaJEndi liave- A1 i opened their winter campaign for the spiritual as well as physical well f f boing of the poorer classes among the population of the Capital They tt thrsot only enlighten these people as to lthe true way of living as laid down C by the Scriptures but they feed the l hiingry visit the sick and In many t other ways contribute td the happl ness of the less fortunate it This being the cafee citizens who J p are In a positipn to do so should lend t ill the aid possible to a movement lt i that Is highly deserving as well as t 1erieflclal to the community at large i tu tERA KL IN COUNTYS NEW A- SSSSMENTIyIII toiI ti tpol WH Hawkins the efficient lJ and painstaking assessor of Franklin county has about wound up the as t l assessment for the year of 1906 they VLtne assessment of all the real and- 1lLpersonal11 property in this city and 41 not total to the large sum shownyin that of the one for 1905 It will yet bo a very respectable show i71 HngThe total assesment of all the cUytt ColHawkins estimates that there tWi be a falling of from this amount hearithe fact that all mortgages the oxen 1iUt ounty4w utprs of which can not be located I I Ii r or section of the State have been omitted this year whereas In the last assessment for the year of 1907 they were included The county board of tax supervisors will be appointed by the county Judge In a few days and it Is understood that the three members who will represent the city of Frankfort on the board will be O B Polsgrove Henry M Cralk and John S Harrod- DAUGHTERS 11 Or THE CONFED ERACY Jos H Lewis Chapter U D C will meet today Saturday at the residence of Mrs J Alex Grant on Washington street at l3 oclock p m A full attendance Is requested r1OFFICIAL INAUGURAL FLAG Mr C J Weitzel rthe Main street drYgoods man has the official InaUg uraI flag for sale Price two for 25 cents See him Dec 71t F Hli LID ON AGAINIThe action of ing two saloons which are alleged to have been selling liquors on the Sab both last Sunday would appear to Indicate that the city authorities will clamp the lid down good and tight for the remainder of the winter onThe two saloon mere seal brought before the city court and prosecuted The law as laid down by the pres apt city administration In regard to the closing of all saloons on the Sab bath met with a very Iax execution for voYor three months before the State election in November and most of the resorts were open and doing business by way of the side end rear doors Now that the contest Is over howfever the officials in charge of the affairs of the municipality propose to turn on the screws again A leading manipulator of the late State county aid city machine was heard to remark a few days since that all the saloon men who were aligned against the administration in the late election were known and that steps would be taken to put them out of business The beginning of a cru sade against the Sunday violators Is thought to be the opening of the the campaign to weed out the unfaith fut Doubtless all but a chosen few will now be forced to close up on Sundays from this time forward and the warning will be heeded by the proprietors of saloons in every section of the city This thing of closing the saloons will tie hard lines on the members oft the State Legislature and their jbleas they wore forced to face just such a state of affairs on their last visit to the Capital two years ago the indi cations are that the Solons will be able to grin and bear it again OA lk CJ 3EL r9Bear Signature ot A tit 11 J II r- J tr t LUdP THE CHILDREN 3 Handsome Prizes Free I CJ Little girls trying for the Bucks junior range and other prizes mayi receiv help t r4 from any onefamily 6r friends I fif The contest will close on Decem 1907 at 12oclock You havent much timenow rtwork hard to win titt Watch for our closing ad which willtell you how to send inypur ads You may be the winnerkeep trying I f i 1 j i Karpen Leather Couches 4500t6009r f R ncTel s 275 to 15 09 J f YY k11b f l l EPIDEMIC OF COLDS AND THE GRIPI During the dlsagreable weather of the past week an epidemic of colds and the grip swept over the city andI county and many of the local clans were kept on the go night and day answering call from every sec- tIon Fortunately no serious results have followed in the train of tho visi tation and conditions are now steadily Improving d THE GIFT BOOK We are In receipt of neat and tasty memorandum book from M AI whichIsuitable for gifts for ladles men and the rest of the family Then follow neatly an tanged memorandum pages for Jotting down the selections and such other facts ais may be necessary lIt Is a very dainty affair I f VVBeautiful Line Wicker Sonsr f s- KILLrHECOUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH DrsKings New Discovery il FOR OLDSPB Uh C1t 100 Free I AND ALL THROAT LUNG TftOUBL- ESGUUANrEED SATISFAOTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED ri J INAUGURATION DA t rj IL W ILIJ f 1 AT cClural Storef I I r 1 Frankfort expects on next Tuesday argest crowd ever assembled in her borders Looks like everyone his coming to the inauguration Now if some here are several bargains that will make it to your advantage to your buying here that day Read theJj ake advantage of them IjLMENS 300 CORDUROY PANTS 225 IMade of an extra heavy crinkled corduroytin both light and dark colors the bestiLOO corduroy pants we e ever sold All sizes 32 to 42 waist Inauguration day only at 225 ttMEWS 150 JEANS PANTS 100 i Yi vrThese I 42 waist Inauguration day only at 100 1 i MENS 30 X32 35 AND 37 SUITS 26 9I ifAbout sixty suits here selected from the finest in our stock All iI sizes 36 to 50 chst Most all colors and styles except blacks and blues f At 25 you can buy a suit better than the tailor can make you for 640 r to buy or not the McClure store your next r VICKSBURG NATIONAL MILI TARY PARK 1 The fighting ground during the aeige and defense of Vicksburg inI 1803 1283 acres has been 1 chased Confederate Union and Grant avenues 12 secondary avenues Jconnectlng Pemberton Sherman Pennsylvania Georgia Illinois In liana Iowa Kentucky Louisiana Tennessee Wisconsin and circles Alabama Arkansas Ilunoisl Illinois Memorial Indiana t cLogan Maryland Minnesota MUslS rlppl Missouri Navy Navy Memorial i New York Sherman Texas Tilgh Jman Memorial Wisconsin have been laid out and Constructed tv as earth roads These avenues and lttfcircles and the public roads in the X a total of more than s 30 miles of park roadway all tr which has been or will be mettled with a fine quality of concreting t gravel Sixteen bridges have been t f built at a cost of 116449 The ParkJ it commemorates the campaign selge and defense of Vicksburg March 29 JulyVUC3 and 156 iron historical f tablets 103 organization 35 posi tion 14 battle 2 selge operations 2 summary of casualties tell the story of each brigade division and corps otj both armies 186 iron battery tablets mark the positions pf the guns oh k the lines of nvestment and defense and tell the story of each battery command engaged in the campaign selge and defense 135 iron tablets nark the lines of the Union ap proaches 148 iron tablets mark the iposition of each Confederate regl ment on the line of defense and 215 f iron tablets mark the lines of the 4Union trenches Twentynine bronz- y e tablets headquarters historical have been nlnno1 J1 the Park 4 in the city of Vicksburg One hundred and four guideboards have been placed on the avenues and circles One hundred and twenty seven old cannon of the kind and caliber used in the selge and defense have been received from the War De partment 114 have been mounted on field carriages and 13 will be mounted on Beige carriages A reinforced con fV crete observation tower 92 feet high has been built They work thus out r v t lined has been done by the National bommlBslon under direction of the i Secretary of War at the cost 6f the until the work is finished Fourteen States Alabama Illinois Indiana Iowa Massachusetts lI1c igan Minnesota Mississippi New Hampshire New Yorlfc Ohio Pennsyl vania Rhode Island Wisconsin have 2800 for each one of the 283 comp Illinois has dedicated a Statermc mortal of white Georgia 9 marble a dome 54 feet in diameter and 62 feet high at a cost of 200000 The names more than 35000 of the sol filers who then belonged to the 79 II linolfl commands engaged in the oper emorated by the Park inscribedare in bronze on the in terior wall of this memorial temple The State has also placed 79 monuments and 85 markers in the Park Iowa has dedicated a beautiful State memorial costing 100000 a peristyle with 6 bronzepanels in hig relief and a bronze equestrian figure on a pedestal in front of the center1 13 monuments bearing Inscriptions 32 commands and 59 bronze markers Masstchusetts New Hampshire an ennsylvanla have placed State me cprlals In the Park Pennsylvanias bears this inscription Here brpthers fought for their principles Here heroes died for their country and a united people win forever cherish the precious legacy of their noble man hood Minnesota has dedicated a beautl ful and an imposing State memorial a rockfaced obelisk of North aro lina granite 90 feet high with a bronze figure of Peace on its front 3 monuments and 4 markers Ohio has dedicated 39 monuments s and 20 markers at a cost of 56 000 and is expected to make a further ape propriation for a State memorial and for additional markers camp and sharpshooters IInq Alabama place a beautiful and dignified State memorial or me mortals In the Park at a cost of 25 Indiana has appropriated 38000 for monuments and markers and i I y BOYS 175 KNEE CORDUROY PANTS 125v V I Made by Sweet Orr Co All ages 8 to 16 A pant thatwill stand up under all the rough wear the boy can give Inauguration y I only at 125 I 15iI Two special lots in sizes that are trade pullers The overcoats Iare mostly black and gray patterns ThE suits come in a variety of I and cassimeres At 15 they are bargains not to be matched Ielsewhere HOLIDAY lollsIvarietyIi Vfr Whether you wish make headquarters Tuesday Mc4CITEE cSL SiCJ EiIINC0RF0RATEP Virginia toimortuary ro11prlated ViCJS1burg serveddin 000I GIFTSr appropria11Itlon memorial of Carolina granite 76 feet high with E bronze figures an l bronze reliefs rep- resentIng battle and for 23 stems markers at a Michigan New York and Rhode Is land will each place u fine State me mortal In the Park Wisconsin has appropriated 130 6pO for the Vicksburg Park and will place a beautiful and an artistic State memorial 13 monuments for 17 com mandk and markers therein This summary shows tha 14 States have appropriated for 12 momorials 159 monuments for 198 commands and about 249 markers in the Vicksburg Park Thirteen ytherSt tes not inclPdlnp Virginia had com mands engaged 1th operatibns Commemorated by this Park and achI of them will doubtless make an ap propriation for it Virginia has dedicated a beautiful bronze table for her one command ishe rg c m was placed in the Park by the veter and pf the battery and their friends at a cost of 520 Tilghman memorial qlrcle gives In signlpcancedGeneral Lloyd Tilghman1 killed in the battle Of Champions Hill May 16 1863 that will certainly be placed in Ithe Park by his sons Frederick B apd Slldell Tilghman C WILLIAM TRiGSBY STEPHEN D LEE JAMES G EVEREST J Commissioners November 23 1907 j The finest Coffee Substitute ever made has r cently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis You dont have to boll it twenty or thirty min utes Made 4ln a minute says the doctor Health Coffee is really the prolducit either Health Coffee Imitation Is made from pure toasted cereals or grains with malt nuts etc Really It would fool an xpertwere ho to un knowingly drink it for Coffee Sold Iby T H Brammell V 1 t ToufJlIArrangements have been made by A Lucas Secretary P L Tours Agency of Cincinnati to conduct via the Queen Crescent Route i holir day tour to Florida and Cubs stoP- ping at the most important points at each place and returning via the Land of the Sky and the Sapphire country The special party will leave Cincinnati ion Christmas evening December 25th at 8 pm in private cars One expense jnpludes the whole tour including transportation hotels carriages and meals Write for itinerary giving cost Address Chas W Zell D P A Queen Crescent Route Fourth and Vine Sts Cincinnati Q l Just a little Cascasweet Is all that is necessary to give your baby when is cross and peevish Cascasweet drugssandmothers everywhere Conforms to the National Pure Food Law Sold by South d Co UELTSCHI JUDGMENT PAID The 10000 judgment against the deathHof sumrtptal of13300r was paid to Judge B G Williams as attorney for th heirs on Saturday al There are seven heirs to thou estate eo 4 A REAL WONDERLAND J South Dakota with its rich silver mines bonanza farms wide ranges and strange natural formations isa veritable wonderland At Mound City in the home of Mrs E D Clapp a wonderful ce of healing has lately voccured Her Son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Exhausting coughing spoils occurred every five minutes writes Mrs Clapp when I began giving Dr Kings New Discovery the great medi cine that saved his life and com pletely cured him Guaranteed for coughs and colds throat and lun troubles by all druggists SOc and 100 Trial bottle free I Dr Wr fTWd CM- 8sewet1 tteeia ea fW0e4 mi Us IUMUW tr SHOP NOW AND DONT WAIT It is a fact that those who do theirIfcbristmas shopping earl have a bet ter assortment to select from and4 haY a better opportunity to be waited a upon than if they wtit until the rusit and scramble which always accpmi panics theclosing hours befores Christmas JBy reference to our dvertislrig os you will ascertain ivhat fs offered and the advantage of an early choice1 r Our merchants will appreciate early buying and we know their clerks wUIi also Make the holiday buying a cheerful e all the way aroundl stomachyou fe l that it is not in good order iced by mean headaches nervousness bad breath and belch+ lag take Something at times and especially after your meals until relief is afforded There Is nothing better offered the public today for stomach troubles dyspepsia indigestion etc i than Kodol This is a scientific preparation of natural digestantscom bined with vegetable acids and it con lt everyhealthy i teed to give J relief it Is tort Iftake Jt will make you feel flnjjbyr digesting what you eat Sold br Coe tV i i Il ir FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS v V tl t rt STORS ti n it 5t1 t1 4Pwould invite the attention of tive Outoftown as well as ftjjjfi buyers to the advertisements ottlipse flrstcjlass dry goods stores w YG4r tpear in todays issue of our paper t They are all of the very best sad keep stocks on hand to choose froitf theTheir establishments are filled vlth excellent goods suitable for the thoufla clay presents as well as general uW and at prices which can not be beafenii rgRead their advertisements tndtnen Igo and see for yourselves v Ly1 I Dr Waveri 1fteatSJwPt r Ulebloo4J Orrie oldac pdb w