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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i THE FRAMFORT I ROUNDABOUT fi4m I OA LEWis Publisher AWEEKLY PAPER nEv OTEDT LOCAL AND SO Jllr cf Advancob YOJLXXXr 1 FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DECWJPJg 14 1907 No 10 METHODIST BAZAAR A SUCCESS IJVJi We are glad to announce that the ii Bazaar held by the ladles Of the Methodist Church on Friday llU1tW aa a decided success Every article offered was quickly disposed of and the lunch served was dainty and appetizing BettEr than all the financlaVpart was also a sue cess A isnug sum was realized Are you having trouble with your kidneys There are lots of people today who wonder why they halo pains across tho back why they are tired 1 o and lacking in energy and ambition Your kidneys are wrong They need relief without delay Take DeWitts roneyandDladd r Pills they are 1 for weak back inflammation of the x bladder backache and weak kidneys tSold by South CoIGOVERNMENT COAL Larg quantities of coal are being unloaded at Dock No just below this city for the use of the govern tment repair fleet during the coming spingand fall 1r TOBACCO BARN BURNED Mr Alv1I1WUeyof the Woodlake R ghbOrhOOdbad his tobacco in the tab 3ipgsheas ready to send t6 market but Saturday night last the barn was r set qn fire and with all Its contents was totally destroyed J These outrages are the limit and M leveryman concerned in them should r be punished to the extent of the law It nothing but anarchy v itEDUCEDR TES VIA QUEEN jjg CRESCENT ROUTE Tickets qn sale December 20 21 ViV 22 23 2425 30 31 1907 and Jan nary 1 1908 with final limit January f 61908 Ask agents for particulars oriwrlte H C King G P A LexiBg t j ton Ky e t HERES GOOD ADVICE 6 S Woolever one of the best t known merchants of La Raysville N troubledr goodior L all drug Stores 4 FRANKFORTSr tI GEonGESAIJENDERI Now No 610 and CountryProUnceI IJun l KODAKS LECOaPTE 4c GAYLE CO t EB NEB 16 6m W814ainStreetJ- une Incorporated South Side I I IThodo the best work in the State All work called for and deliver ed E G WELL Agent Office 223 StClalr St up stairs jlBOm PLUMBINGWhen tier old sanitary work call on Chas Whitehead 104 St iii street Ready at all times prices to suit the most Sk ClalrI t Both Phones 105 ilTho FrmkfQrt IGu GOlllDany Manufacturers 01 Pure Artificial Ice mado from Distilled Writer Npaf 102 104 100 and 108 Strain Street Phone89 ud89 largest equipped itulahfcin the State Juno 15flm IiT l I1lI1 if j 1 1 r I POPULAR TOBACCO MAN IN THE CITY Mr Charles Hutohison some time butlwbotebcounty blew into the Capital Monday evening io witness tie inauguration ceremonies Mr Hutchison is a buyer for the Planters Warehouse of Louisville and is now stationed in Shelby county with headquarters in Bagdad Ho la one of the most accomplished judges of tobacco in the State and itf such a clever and JovialIfellow withal that although Independent buyer he has been loper ating in forbidden territory the night rjdeno have mercifully spared him a visit Mr Hutchison was in charge of the rehandling house of the P terswhlch was located on Holmes street In this city in the spring sum merand fall of 1905 and made numerous friends here where he became quite popular IIThere is nothing about Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup that makes It different from others as it causes a free yet gentle action of the bowels through which the cold Is forced out of the system At the same time it heals irritation and allays Inflamma tion of the throat and lungs It Is pleasant to take Children like it Contains no opiates not narcotics Sold by South Co a- FIRE TUESDAY AFTERNOON oclockonAt 415 Tuesday after noon an alarm from box 34 called the EfecItrianeasinesslItonly nominal loss I A DANGEROUS DEADLOCK That sometimes terminates fatally is the stoppage of liver and bowel functions To quickly end this condition without disagreeable Dr Kings New Lifo Pills should always be your remecGuaranteedabso lutely satisfactory in every case or money back at all drug stores 25c t STrnPlAtcleethebloods for tin ide PROGRESSIVE LAo SOUTH CO PHARMACY 43 Bridge St South Side FRANKFORT KY junol5Cra Both Phones 17 Gauital StoHIn Laundry Oflloo Cor Main and Ann Sts L undry Foot of Ann St FRANKFoRT KY June 16Om In Addition t- oLUMBER We sell the Celebrated Hnm mor Point and thq best Wall Plaster made Invincible HAMMOND CO June 6m W J SCOTTOW Country Produce a Specialty Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Both Phones Cor 2nd Bridge Streets junolCQm JOB PRINTINGAT ROUNDABOUT t1 t il1 I HORACE GLASS ACCIDENTAL Y1 SHOT 1b I Mr Horac Glass who reejdt the West Side met with afeH s rlous accident Tuesday morning and will be confined to his room and bed in consequence for a numer Of weeks Mr Glass was handling a revolve 11ftheinoned at once and the injuries of the wounded man attended to skillfully While there Is no apparent danger to be apprehended from the wound the Injury is a painful one and Ms lible to cause considerable trouble to the patient zIt Glass is a former jiver man having been employed Oar several years on the government fleet which Is engaged In Kentucky river repair work Of late he hIs been at work on the new de pot He is very popular with all who know him and he has q large number old friends in the Capital City Dewitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve dont forget the name and ac cept no substitute Get DeWitts Its good for piles Sold by South CoINO SMALLPOX IN FRANKLIN COUNTY It wan reported on the street during the early part of the present week that there were several cases smallpox in this county but the ofI port is strongly denied from an gainedicurencythe Woodford line in the Millville and Old Crow neighborhoods there are ten or twelve cases As these have all been isolated however it is not anticipated that there will be such an epidemic as will carry the dreaded disease oVer into this county Should it eventuate Frankfort and Franglin county with a well equipped eruptive hon j are prepared to meet and over home the threatened invasion Early Risers Tie fxmoiM Httto per MERCHANTS I Am Ready To Make The Best PHOTOSA- nd all stylefrtf Portraits and Groups at my new Gallery South Prankfbrt B St Call on the Reliable Photographer 86 MATTERN ifl Have you a Gas Stove If riot pet one nt slice and save money 1lightThe Capital Gas ElectricI IfThe South Side Meat Markotl 1 The Best Beef Lamb Pork l Juno 11andLiquors and Whore to Buy Them The Pure Food Law will not affect ais We always did and always will sell nothing but Straight Liqxiors atv GEO B 8ALENDEB 45 SU Clair Every thing bnt the color comes out in wash if dpne by The TroLLaundry JOHN W OAYLEAgeotI Juno llH1m rp 1eI I f Special Sale of t WOMENS SUITS J AT PtJLKAGINBROS Come and get your choice ofa stylish assortment offTailored Suits at a bargain it ICw wo 41w rrCLAiR rr AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY Ils X MOTHER WORTH LESS THAN A FATHER ITwo small children in New Jersey Mildred and William Carter lost their parents in a wreck and a jury sit ting in Camden has Just awarded the orphans 23000 damages 5000 for the loss of their mother and 18OOQ for the loss of their father There was no Insinuation that Mrs Carter was not a good mother but being a woman It was assumed that her value to her children was less than onethird that of the father It will berememhered that another New Jersey jury some months ago in awarding damages to the parents of school children killed in a railroad- acldent decided that ason was worth vastly more than a daughter =a Dr Weaver lreatmcmtS- pIIpPutnee thebloodCeruehealeekiaenayd A tickling cough from any cause i- is quickly stopped by Dr Shoop Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly tharmless and safe that Dr Shooke t tells mothers everywhere to give it without hesitation even to very young Jtbabies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lunghealing mountainous shrub furnish the cure i tive properties to Dr Shoops Cough r yi Cure It calms the cough and heals the sore and sensitive bronchial mem JJifr rqrbranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or sup r rJii press Simply a resinous plant ex y tract that helps to heal aching lungs ttThe Spaniards call this shrub which 1 bthe Doctor uses The Sacred Herb t wtefAlways demand Dr Shoops Cough Cure Sold by Capitol Pharmacy iHiiV OAr Tt Iu9k 1 Bears of A1M BoIgfItIit ff i Ji LADDERS l Just received another new stock of y I LADDERS From 10 to 80 fest long We have Building Lumber of all kin is in stock Your trade is appreciated t HAMMONMCO i ttl 1 i jcJ It l t iscikI W Ef fOREv Make y mas Pur chases Now ore Open i Every Ight o m JwnCBAFlDES WIEflL JJdwc U PERS0N4L Judge W H Lilly of Irvine was- here this week Mir Nat Stone of Versailles was here onTuesday Mrs W H VanWinkle is visiting friends in L ulsvilleIrS Miss Roberts is the guest of Misses streetlrMr Slim S Shepard of Govlngton was here this week Jj v tHon Harry Bailey of Cynthlaua was in the city this week it Mrs Jno C Davis is visiting her mother In Nelson county v JiIa Geo DuRelle of Louisville wasl in the city this week x grudge W li Jett visited relatives InlVersailles on Sunday WL lrW H fqer of RIhmond Was in the city week IUdge ATl Burnam of Richmond was thecity this week YdlMr Louis Lea of Shelby county amended the inauguration Capt J D Rummons of MaysvIlle wasChere for the Inauguration Mr Or Dunlgan ot Lyndon visited friends here this week Mr Frank H Johnson and wife of Louisville were here this week Col Sam H Stone and wife of- LOQISville were here this week Mr Eugene Craig and wife of Ver sallies attended the inauguration Lt Gov John Marshall and wife ofLo isville were here this week Mri Jno H Morris of Woodford county was in thecity on Saturday Mr R M Bergman of Irvine at tended the inauguration on Tuesday Mr iSugene Craig and wife of Ver sallies were In the city on Tuesday Mr Jas D Richardson of Shelby grille visited relatives here this week V Col Emmitt Orr of Covington at tended the inauguration ceremonles i rBen T Head and wife of Lex dngton were visitors here this week rijMrl Sam D Pinkerton and wife of yersaiiles attended the inauguration j Airs Orlando B Gayle of Falmouth was the guest of relatives here this week Miss Bettie Mitchell Dudleyo f Tleiningsburg was in the city this week Capt James OConntfll of Mt Sterl inglfwas here to atend the Inaugu ration Dr W B and wife of Lexington were visitors here thi T swe k Mss Virgihia Thomas Is visiting b raunt Mrs C Gran Graham in t Lexington Mr Geo B Winslow and Mr Henry Schuerraan of Carrollton were here I this week Mrs J T Gaines of Crescent Hill was the guest of Miss Jennie Gaines thfs7 week- Teresa McDermott of Paris asthexguest of Mr j P Hajaleyanidi cwifp Tuesday t t C hi t Judge W H Holt wife and daugh of Pewee Valley attended the in auguration IMr Schuyler B Mayhall Jrof Lcxington was the guest of relatives here this week Capt Garnett D Ripley wife and daughter SMlss Elizabeth attended the Inauguration Col W H Kldd evangelist for the H g l on Shoo Co Is at kV0NewtownPepper this week Mrs Wm 0 IHunter of Chicago attended the inauguration monies Tuesday J Dr Chas G Kearns son and daugh tern were guests of Miss Rebjecca- Averill this week iw l Mr IraS s taft wife of Gynthi ana attenuedjtbe lnauguratlonfcro I amonies this week asJfheiTiTTrrrritfrrrnTnrmn MrnriBMmBP Judge H wtrd RT French Of lItt Sterling was here Tutsdayand made us a pleasant call Mr Tarlton G Julian of Florida was the guest of his sister Mrs G W Chinn this week Judge H R1 Dysard of Grayson was here to attend the inauguration dnd the Court of Appeals Miss Ella Wolf of Lexington was Ufo guest of Mrs DJ McElllgott Steele street this week i Capt S G Sharp U S Marshal Eastern District of Kentucky Coving ton was here on Tuesday Mr Jno M Scott of Louisville was the guest of his mother Mrs- Mary Y Scott this week Mr J W Brewer and wife of Louisville were guests of Mrs W3 George and wife this week Mr Sam Stone Bush of Louisville was the guest 6f Col Geo F Berry at Juniper Hill this week Mrs R M Jackson and Miss Clar Ewell of London were guests of Mr W J Roberts this week Mr J L Butler and wife of Som erse t were guests of her father Mr wA Hughes this week C Dr WC Curran of Cincinnati was here to atend the inauguration and made us a pleasant call Miss Nadenton James of Lexing ton who was the guest of Mrs Albert Umethun has returned home Miss Mary Chambers Locke of Louisville the guest of Miss Mary Todd West Side this Mrs Jas L Watson of Lexington was the guest of her sister Mrs Kittle Todd Holmes this week JILt Gov W H Cox wife arid chugh ter of Maysvllle were guests of Mr W H Hoge aqd wife this week Mrs Maggie Belle Drake of Yar nallton was the guest of her father Mr Jno P Hostetter this week Mrs Goo T Hord of Versailles Was the guest of Col Jno F pavl sail wife Ann street this week v Hon W L cannonanwlfe of Midway were guests of Col Geo F i i Berry at Juniper Hill this week i JIAir W T McLean of Sidney 0 who was the guest of air Geo A LewIs returned home on Tuesday Mr Harry T McEldoWney and wife f Lexington were guests of Mr Frank D Clark for the Inauguration y Mr Wm Robb and wife of Wln ester were the guests of his brother iirilaw Mr JnoP Hostetter this week Mrs John C BridgQs and daughter iMrs Edwin M Dryitenof Dayton 0 are guests of Dr E C Roemele and x W J Chinn of Colorado wilkinIsonPostmaster Robt E Woods and wife of Louisville were guests pfj Mr WI T Reading and wife this week IMr Julian Van Vinlcle of Danville whp has been the guest of his brother Rlr Arthur 0 VanWinkle has turned home roj Prof A M Wilson of State guestsHofwife this week Mr Julian Chinn of Buffalo N Y who has beenfhe guest of his parents Dr Gee W Chlnn and wife left Mon day for Louisville Col Sam G Boyle and wife and Mrs Pierce Butler of Louisville were guests of Col Geo FBbrry at Juniper Hill this week Mr Wm Tremere and wife of 11oflorsville were guests of his sisters Mrs W F Barret Mrs W T Scott and Mrs Jos T Bailey this week i Mrs Dr Fred C Thum of Louis ville was the guest of Miss Nona Goodwin Third street inauguration day arid remained until after the ball Lexingtonare mained the guest of Mrs Bowles street until ClaudeI Inauguration ball last Tuesday Mr Richard Bietzman Secretary of Gov at Louisville was inj the city his week to see his ehie Inducted Into office He was admitted fl as an attorney in the Court of Appeals Mr Tom McLaughlln of Lexington TuesdnYlThereother thanthe making of new gore Hors and that event was not the prime reason for his coming Mr Russell S Penn of Plttsburg1 Penn was the guest of his parents Mr SI P nn and wife this week He hall been transferred by the big elec trical company with whom he is em ployed to Detroit Mich Mrs J E Falrland of Kansas City Mo and Miss Eva Cummins b Louisville wore guests ot Mr Jno M Bull nd wife this week Mr Jno B Walker an old Frank tort boy and a veteran of the 22d Ky Volunteers U S A now of Louis ville was a visitor here this week s of i I m f A d are g eat and V 7 for v 1000 for 1250 97o tS 51e for l0nO 1250 sold else for Jt I If 5j n 1 iCola C W Fowler of Military Institute at was here with hi tIne corps of cadets on Tuesday to tike In the inaugu ration TheboYs marched flke jveteranis aria our old friend the Colonel had reason to be proud of them He Is a sdldler and fine gentleman He made usa call We rejoice in his life work He brought his handsome half with him also FRANKFORT BOY WINS APPOINTMENT Among the recent appointments made by the Board of Control of Louisville Is that bf Mr Todd son of sirs Critenden of this city who was apj pointed Superintendent of the Street Cleaning Department Another Frankfort boy comes to the front and lands a good ble position e ON INTERURBAN On Wednesday morning at 3 oclock an car bound to became stalled by the fall ure qf the electric c rent While waiting for current an of course having no burning It crashed Into the first car in juring several among them due whose arm was broken The cars were botti aged and transportation delays d several tours r To the regret of patron ofJ a member of the Board 9f Mr M J M e selected to fill the SSSSSS c r Our store ia fun Christmas presentsI Silk and Wool Dress GoodS Table Linens Towels and Napkins Gloves Hosiery Neckwear y Suits Cloaks and Furs Silk Underslarts Ribbons BlankEts Spreads Infants c Sactyies and Toques Umbrellas A great collection LIof Handkerchiefs all atI it popular prices See our specials in Christcaas i J cIties 5c 10cf locand 25c tl9 J 1 weeks Third p Grand Holiday SalefCoats Suits Jackefs Skirts We making cductionsQn Goats Suits Jackets Skirts Coats 50 500o Coats x776 Coats for antSitin Lined Garments 1500 everywhere 2000 TowelsCr Fg J HEtNEY j j Kentucky Lynland part ceremonies qvery Inch pleasant better city Crittenden HarryI responsi ACCIDENT interurban Lexington reinforced hillmheadlight passengers gentleman dam RESIGNEDAPPOINTEDI every BrlsldnfEducation heretoItoreghcra9 vacancy itX Nov DUROC JERSEY BOARS FOR SALE I have a number of thoroughbred Duroc Jersey Boars ready for Service for sale Apply 1GOr at South Trimbles place wherel they are at present Nov 162m t MATTERS AGREEABLYAR RANGED At the first meting of the Railroad Commission on Wednesday Mr A TtSlier the member from the Third thetesting that Col L P Tarlton the other Republican member oftthe Commission should serve in a like capacity ThusIserene all the way round paWltEs Little jj Risers ttJpllleeICURES BLOOD SKIN DISEASE CANCER GREATEST BLOOD I PURIFER FREE If your blood is IDtPuro thin die youhaveeating sores scrofula eczema itchngfrisings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism Jn takeBotanicall sores heal aches and pains stop w and the blood Is made pure and rich largebottlespooJallyadvisedseated cUes af it cures after all else fall I IYar21 J 4 CJ aX It t 1 F t1 h crV I 0 i LOCALTQPICS Frankfort shopperssladies or gentlemen lib matter how fastidious dnol go to the larger cities to t find what they want 5n the way of r holiday remembrances to their rela tlves and friends The large variety ftii Christmas goods carried by the cal merchants Is calculated to fill every want In this regard and to fit tile purse of the lavish spender and i economical buyer at ono and the same rat a time si1K y hi while the chill north breezes are ti frosting the whiskers of the unwary men who expose flJemselves to ills blasts and turning rosy thee cheeks of the fair sex who walk or ride oifl these wintry days the beautiful sym r phonies that tuneful melodyIll the GooJ of L Summer v Time be comes more and more apparent 0 The Roundabout la the home paper of Frankfort and Franklin county y y and has been such for more than a h quarter century being now nearing I the thirtysecond year of Its exist Yonce During that time It has been J read by generations of Flank ort6 local people and Is growing in pop ularity at a steady pace Of late It has taken on a new lease of life and beingadadvertising medium to reach the irlIj home people county and city It deliversl ratr Those who have sinned tso4griev theF7 should prepare ttf don the sackcloth nand ashes as Lent is near at band Vand the day of atonemeent draweth c nigh Society Is expected to take a sellIson In Frankfort but the Legislature wlll be in session and the ttately dames and fair maidens of the Capt tal may be compelled to throw aside the habiliments of woe In order tor entertain the SolonH and keep up the f T proud record of ra kf rtshspi tautf t ft i The Immense crowd of Kenbuckr lans who filled to overflowing the 4city of Frankfort one Inauguration day was an unusually orderly and demonstratedr State itJ composed of Republicans and Demo- 1crats are alike when it comes to ant r occasion such as the inauguration of otherausptclousfr1 whole Commonwealth are Interested rrsfr t r A The American Dramatist Is not t j abreast of the times as are his tI French brethren For instance when 1jttheThawWhite tragedy and tbe sub sequent sensational trial come to the a r frontj not one of then did the theme t f justice Here was plot and counter aj r plot intrigue and romantic situations i 1i by the score but there was no DEn HA nery to take advantage of the wide- 7lleld opened up iTor Instance what 1f could dave offered a more vivid con l trait And at the same time a better t the exploitation of iifortalents than the sin qf the Dead natnndthe tiuick change to the romantic land chaste surroundings Tyrolese castle In a valley of theI Austrian Algs tMarso Henri appears to be hav rt ing great sport with the provincial 1 t Toundheads of the Democratic State press They rush up to him In crowds and after delivering a seriesj f1af short yelps retreat again Unlike t other occasions of a like nature the great editor Is this time not only on It tj the defensive but on the offensive t also Every now ahd then he reaches put bearllke with a great paw and rips one t t the small fry to the hot low when threst of tho pack fly yelping to the woods ony to ventlroI forth again when they coast is clear- Frankfort I r needs nothing so much as a drinking fountain for man and beast and tho Advent of each suc ceeding large crOwd In tho city but accentuates the want To a stranger InFrankfort when there Is anything like ablg day being celebrated it Is a mighty hard thing to procure a quaff of AdKnis ale If jBome benevo lent citizen or former citizen rtho old town would donate a sum suf ficlentf for the purpose his statue would fill a niche In the future Hall of Fame of the Capital City of Ken tuclty Andheor she would deseryosuch a distinction t too richlyI The Idea of getting up a brary for the use of the people of Frankfort Is 11 most excellent one and of course originated iltl the brains and hearts of the women where all things good and noble have their beginning There is no one thing that could come to Frankfort that would prove more o f a lasting blessing than a public library and there is no move ment that has arisgn here In years thatdeseryea or has deserved moro hearty support at the bands of the representative citizens of Bigger Frankfort It should be given in stant and substantial help The former beautiful and attractive ravine known as Devils Holldw on the River Road Is in a fair way to lose most of its romantic appearance lnso far as tHat part of It visible toa certain portion of Frankfort Is concerned Commercialism now so rampant has inVaded this spot made famous by the tuneful poems of the late Major Henry T Stanton and a quarry and rock crusher which have been operating here for a year or more Is changing the whole face of nature thereabouts much to the displeasure of olden time citizens DEMOCRATS HOLD ON TILL JAN t VARY 6 There appears to be a slight misunderstanding as to when the Republicans State officers would take their seats and the has beens would vacate The new Governor LfeutenaTit Governor and Railroad Commissioners we1tInto office of course at noon ron December 10 as stated by us but the other officials will not assume their offices and duties until January 6v when the dole State government will coma Into the hands of the Republicans There will ben great change on the square and that center of the State Government will be peopled with entirely now faces J3ven the fat sleek and wellgroomed negro servants and porters who claim to be Democrats will be removed anda new set of menwill take their places Some of UvedIare trying to beg into their old places but it Is understood they will all be fired unceremoniously This is as should be s itI GOOD SERVICE ON STREET R WAY The Kentucky Central Traction Company which owns street excellent railway is giving an service this winter and Is running the same number of cars as were used during summer months One car oper atCflon the East Main street branch another on the Leestown division and two run to Thorn Hill All of them make good time and are heated to a comfortable degree during the prevalence of cold weather Mr SallSe the local superintendent is winning golden opinions from the people of Frankfort for his constant endeavors in behalf of their needs In city transportation I ADVERTISED LETTERS fThe following is the list qf letters femalumg Uucalledlor in the Frankfort Ky postofflce for the week end Ing Saturday December 14 Ggar Rev L f Brown Jessit 1lt 4 r Drown Wm io rIDromes Mary i i1 Brooks Lillie ifirfi Bringer Thos ji J Coleman Wml D v IClamansDailey Katherine rjEllisburg Carry iCo J Ford Jim IFlynn J P Glinn J P r 1 WinI F Hawkins Chas W Hardin Henry Hood Jeff Holton M Howard Gtiiteau Isgrlgg Frank Jackson Jr Johnson Sadie I 1Ff1 Johnson S B i Luster M E r Lindsay MUdre4 v ts Lacefleld Nancy Mastln Chas h Moore Julia 7 MOore Mary Moore Morton Martin Henry MyrCs Wfllit v Minor Nannle McCoy Mary Proctor Z T T Richie C1- Righthouse Lee Ribble R Y Spencer Brent Trim Jane V t Turner Wiley Whalen John Wallace lr ggieIWhen calling for any of the above letters please say advertised GEO LBARNES P TJ LID ON FOR WINTER As txclusively foreshadowed in the Roundabout of Saturday last the fiat has gone forth from the powers tlmt be in this city to clop down the lid with a vengance In regard to saloons opening on the Sabbath The com mand was obeyed to the letter it is said last Sunday and the same conditions will prevail tomorrow ac cording to tho latest reports The municipal authorities always take an- a spasm pf virtue when the winter winds are howling but when the gentle zeplersof spring awaken the flowers the lid is allowed eto slide off and those who like to indulge in the cupthat cheers are Invited in the words of Omar Kyam to Come fill the cup and In the lap of spring repentanceI laPOOR HOUSE KEEPER ELECTED Mr TlUman Harrod who has served one term as keeper of the county poor farm of Franklin county was for another term the 11slttlrgflcjal and his administration of the Office has given very general satlsfac tion GOV WILLSON WILL TRY TO SETTLE TROUBLES N Gov Willson has issued invitations to the heads of he tobacco organizations both the growers and bUY rs to hold a conference at his office Fri day December 20 with a view to settling the troubles It is his idea to let the people know where tho iaanthoPennsylvaniai fLk i I lfOLD TAYLOR 1 THE PREMIER l KENTUCKY WHISKEYAI h 5E H VAYLOR Jrn A SONS Proprietorsti Frankfort Kentucky a- J I 1ti Itti tf 1 I j I r THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR High Grade Vehicles i6 haiever before The public ha e at last come to the tinypridea guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle lirstclass andwill give perfect satisfaction drop ttusa card and we will call to see ypuv We know we pain tityoli in hot hi Duality and prices All we ask is an tt rtunity to 41 u matter with you r arriage 5S r 1 G Goyf YERSAIIiLES KY 7 HK WARD 0 M BROWNINGr o 4President Sec and TretiL UNTOLD INJURY To Frankfort People As It Is Else v where Throughout the Land 1j l Neglecting a bad back Nattrying to reach the cause Brings untold injury to the human 1temfFollowing In the wake of backache Arf urinary disorders diabetes diseaseVa citizen tell of Frankfort cure Mrs M D Lagle of 527 North St Clair Street Frankfort Ky says For some four or five years I hardly knew what it was to be free from an aching back and the irregu lar action of the kidneys at the same timecaused other symptoms whiclr were very annoying and distressing Although I tried different remedies I was unable to find anything that would do me any permanent good until I learned of Doans Kidney Pills and procureda box at J W Gayles drug store I had taken but a feW doses of this good preparation vhen I realized that I was regaining r health and on a continuation of tliir use found my condition so im proved as to be almost beyond relief For all this most wonderful relief I obtained I give all prtseand thanks to Deans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other DEFINING DEEMOCRACY Local stories of more or less inter est concerning the late campaign preceding the State election continue to come to tho surface now and then One of the best of them was related paIdKnobon Inauguration day He stated that a local spellbinder who was about to begin his address to the Democratic voters of that neighbor hood first informed the eaudienc of sturdy Burley growers that he was going to take for his subject Democracy and asked If any of those present knew tho meaning of the remained silent for awhile when one old man whose gray beard was dripping with the Juice of the burley arose and said that he knew the meaning of the doctrine When requested to Explain for the Benefit of his brethren he replied with a comical shako of his head Democracy Is nothing but dn rascal- Ity howsumever Im plum full of it NEW LIGHTS ON LOUISVILLE PIKE Four arc lights are shedding their radiance along the Louisville pike leading up to the suburban villas of Col E S Taylor Jr and Col Geo F Berry They were lighted up for the first time on Wednesday night an dare prpvinga great convenience to the residents of that section who have long wished for them rDENVER GETS DEMOCRATIC CON I VENTION Denver Cql was selected as the place for the meeting of the Demo critic National Convention to nomi ante- candidates for President and Vic President and the datols fixed 7th r t Sir iiniy vomUUirji rtmuei are nst what a horse nerds when in bad oondiMon Tonic blood puriiloi aniJ ermifage They are not food bemedicine fin tho best in use to purl horso in prime condition Price 0 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and Lo Compte Gayle Fruit Ornamental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on application II F rlillenmeyer Sons Lexington Ky Oct 123m Wanted1 Good country sage Apply to Bowen Henry East Main street c Oct 26tf When the Stomach Heat or Kid ney nerves get weak then these organs always fair Dont drug the I Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That Is simply a makef shift Get a prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative The Restorative Is pre pared expressly for Jhese weak Inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Re rstorative tablets or liquid and see how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine WIs Your health Is surely worth this sample test Sold by Capitol Pharmacy Ie 04S IJI st3AJBears BIgnaturo of A1M t r i KENTUCKY HIGHLAND RAIL ROAD Beginning Wednesday December 12th the Kentucky Highland Railroadl v Co put on a regular passenger train between Fankfort and Old Crow The construction of the road to f Millville is being pushed as rapidly as posible when the service will be ex i MillvilleIa m daily except Sunday return eng leave Old Crowat 5 p mo Double dally passenger service will be put on between Frankfort and Mill ville asSsoon as the construction la completed probably about January 1st 11The following rates obtain eiitrside jet v t 100 Trumbo 15o r Gardners 20c Old Crow i 250tOld Taylor Mlllvlllfi i 350IMinimum charge lOc Commutation ticket books good for v54 trips and good only for usein cal endar month Isued and for the per son to whom isued Between Frankfort and Old Crow VBetweeni thV i tIS BUSH Pres r IS SALE Nice buggy mare and S steel tired buggy and harness B Roberts Roundabout OfficeFrank fort Icy55k s yi l t L 1 i fI 4if V oo tf rTaeFranKfoilHQimflaljpiit Entered at the postoflice at Fratiktort Ken r tucks as second cla9 mailable matter aEO A LEWIS Prom and Pub FRANKFORT DEC t4 1907 Irr r GOV AUGUSTUS E WlLLSON- v Largest and Most Enthusiastic Crowd Ever In Caital CIty Witness inauguration The guests to attend the inaugura tion of Gov Augustus E Wilson com men ed to pour into the city on Mon humanityAceased to flow in this direction nevi afternoon of Tuesday It is estimated that there were not less than 20000 strangers rwithin our hlll girt city when the re cession commenced its march at 1030 tim of that day I Train after train load of happy and Jolly people came from aU quarters of the State special trains being run- to acommodate the big crowds from r Maysville Covington Newport Ash land Winchester Lexington Richmond Paducah Hopkinsvllle Bowling Green Louisville Owensboro etc Promptly at 1030 oclock Chief Marshal Jno W Aiilam commenced the formation of the procession which was headed by the Second Regiment JBand of this city jThe various organizations followed i In order Cadets of Kentucky Military Insti hLute under Col C Wl Fowler with their band 140 strong Cadets of Millersburg Military In stitute with band76 strong Platoon of Police Cadets of Kentucky State College a regiment of 400 strong under Ma jor Brutt 5 Kentucky Harvard Assoclatioh as guard of honor to their Frater Gov WiHson Outgoing and Incoming State 0- Ii flcials Judges of the Court of Ap peals distinguished Citizens menv hers of Republican State Campaign r Committees in carriages Military Comanies of Frankfort under Capt Norman40 strong Various marching clubs from Cov r doctor Lexington Louisville and other points in vastnumbers Fire Deartment r Colored organizations and prom Inent colored citizens Last but not by any means least was the original Log Cabin of Messrs Hammond Coot this city with the coon and pickaninny occu JpantsISo soon as the State officials and Others were seated In carriages thb procession marched east on Broad Jway to Ann street south on Ann to iMain west on Main to St Clair south on St Clair to Bridge and Second east on SecOnd to Capital tJ Avenue south on Capital Avenue to Third west on Third to Conway north on Conway to Bridge and Wap ping west on Wapping to Wilkin son north on Wllkinlson to Main east on Main to Washington north on Washington to Broadway east on Broadway to Capital grounds Long before the rocession Reached the grounds a vast sea of humanity packed those grounds until an old farmer estimated the crowd by acres not by numbers The largest stand ever erected for the pur sehad been assigned to invited guests and State officials and was crowded to the limit Every body seemed in a happy an good humored state notwithstanding the snow and rain and chilly winds which had been on hand all the morning Just before the ceremonies at the platform the heavens brightened up and the weather became more favorable As soon as the officials arrived on the stand the following order of exer- ciseS was carried out Music Second Regiment Band PrayersRev Wm Crowe Presentation of silver service and grandfather ttaff o citizens of retiring Gov Beckham Hume Valedictory Dlock J C W- Augustus E Willson Gov Wlllson soke as follows Ladles and gentlemen fellow citi onlandmy distinguished predecessor- for his greetings and good will and I wish for him the good will of all blessIIpeople of Kentucky for their generous kindness which no man could tie serve I thank the people of Frank fort the good old capital of the Com monwealth for their splendid greet ing and handsome way In which they have done all In tEglr power to make this day remembered The people In Kentucky have made land recorded their choice of officers inlthecovenant and agreement of our people The officers whose terms now end attend to deliver the offices to their successors who are present to receive them This multitude or people hAve come to witness the ceremony of the change bf parties and administration All Is done Ina spirit and manner r most fitting and worthy of a great peo pIe All of the strife and contention n of the campaign and election are ended A great revolution has taken place but It has been quiet orderly and without danger or disturbance A revolution by ballot in a free State and fair election All the people accept the result as good citizens without HL feeling onj the one side or unseemly triumph on the other Those who lost meet theI result like men of courage and high spirit Those who won realize fibs sturdy strength of those with whom the battle was fought There is no sign of hate or bitterness Throughout the State the people who were Just now divided Into strict ly opposing camps areTagaln united cordially In the bonds of love of our CommoIwealthfastly upholding ours old laws and our new officers even as If they had never been divided We have written one more spleii did page in the living history which goes on term after term recording the noble success and wonderful blessings of our peoples own govenr ment All parties alike Join In celebrating the Inauguration jof the new officers with generous good wJ11I No one can by words set forth all of the greatness of such a people It overwhelms the mind and Imagination- to try to realize the Impressive sol emnlty of nearly half million of men leaving their homes and theitz work to Grippe or Influenza whichever you like to call it is one fthe most weakening diseases known Scoff jf Emulsion which is Cod Liver OH and Hypophosphites in easily di gested form is the greatest strengthbuilder known to medical science It is so easily digested that it sinks into the system making new blood and new fat and strengthening nerves and muscles Use scott s Emulsion after Influenza Invaluable for Coughs and Colds ALL DRUGGISTS 5Oc AND 100 elect their officers Q handful of men to represent the power of the State and carry out the will of Its peopled Each succeeding group of officers is in good faith taken as the govern ment of all the people to serve all faithfully and usefully to preserve dur liberties and to protest all against wrong and injustice Chosen by the people in the timehonored way we rely on their warm good1 will nod support of their own institutions The officers chosen are required by law to take the oath of office as a sacred pledge to be loyal to the people the Constitution kid the law I take that pledge earnestly and with deep and serious feeling resolved thai my work and life shall show better than my words can tell how deep and strong is my feeling of the wonderful almost Incredible kindness of all our people to me I respond to that kindness with my heart full of love of all the people and with reverence for out form of posslIconfidence as our peo pie have given me both before and since the election No one could possible feel more grateful or more solemnly bound to Idot1hdInohelplessness to make such returns without the help and favor of our In3tltuIour enter upon my work alit duties with grave and anxious but unfaltering faith hope and courage In the fight Which achieved the revolution I strove with all my might as the chosen leader of a great party With the taking of the oath of office I devote my life my hopes and all the powers given to me with fervent zeal for the four years tjf my term or so much thereof as I may be spared to work as the chosen Governor of all the people in unselfish service of all alike I ask and pray for help to be truly unselfish that no thought of selfish Interest or ambitions be permitted to cloud jay Judgment or nar row my sympathies and weaken fay tOur form of government Is no longer an experiment but Is an estab llshed and mighty government Of law thanllief or power to describe Our lawthe will of all the peo pie and the common heritage of every soul In our Statedoes not re quest but commands vis each and every one to obey In order ray every one of us shall have Its futi and equal protection that no one shall trespass upon the liberty or the Just rights of any other and that every one shall in peace and safety enjoy all that is hiS own To all who obey It covenants to give protection in life liberty and the pursuit of happiness Upon all who break the laws we covenant to Impose punishment The protection of all who obey the law and the punishment of all who break It must be so quick sO sure so severe that no one shall dare to taro the risk Where are many great and noble pages In the history of our own old Kentucky Everywhere throughout the State I have found the people honest brave true and triad a fault So it ever was and so I trustI and believe it ever shall be Let us kindle anewthe flame in the torch of Liberty enlightening the world In the name btevcr Kentuckian who has fought forllberty in all ot our wars for the sake of every Kentucky man or woman who in the countless paths of peace has striven or tolled pr suffered In our everyday world for Jlberty I sound the call for every man and woman In the State to condemn and strive to punish the crime violence and disorder which shames us In the frqrathebrutal menace of mob law and lap- peal to all of the people here and all throughoutthefew days to their representatives In the General Assambly Can not we all get together long enough to set right some things which we all know are wrong Can we not all agree to suspend our neverending arguments over political theories and who shall hold office long enough to have a fair and squareunderatanding Oonjtinued on i ago4 I Pte sdntto1ake7l W1 l Laxative ff f Syrupr j J l i t NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Yi 1f t Ask Your Doctor l f li4ndVElareLYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegel table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a c01flpletecure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick He Nervousness Tired Reeling Nauseousness r j JI Bloated Feeling etc lj Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better fttham C it1any other you have tried I f iiI ALL DRUGGISTS l25e AND 60c PER BOTTLE tt1if r1i r- l iJ Tobacco Bellows Blowers 0I iJvVy Hoes Forks adas l f rfyjtCradlesd JrS Scythes and SnatchesGScythe Stones Wheelbprro Sf Thresher Machine Oily If d Ji IIIPipe l t 4 ttii It FRANK Gi STAG GI f PlvJ itl t fW tl Hardware Paints Oils Etc f iw CapitolFoundry cn Machine ComIHOLMES ST FRANKFORT KY i Dealers ih and Repairers of i Machinery and Machine f Supplies 4IBoth NeAv and Secondhand I l WE HAVE FOR SALE akSixhorseTen horse Power Stationary Steam Engine f Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Qrlet MIII I Ift200 8 uthels Capacity I OTH PHONE 7 I i V rr h 1 JL XMt Y lamblt JLf egte- aedloinos The tlrcwiM employed in Dr Plerce greatly onhancos tho medicinal flpropertfos which it extracts from native golutlofn posso9803 medicinal prqpftfllos of lie own ibqlns a Valuable demulcent nutritive addgreatly s 1bark BJoodrpot GoldenS root and Queens root contained in Golden Medical XMscovery In subduing nchlal1hroat standitde In all cases whero thoro is a wasting away of flesh loss of appetite with weak fftdmftCh as In the early stages of con r tfiumnUpn there can bo no doubt that gly as a valuable nutritive aid Iaids mo G Iden Seal root Stone root Queers root and Black In I prom n Ig66tobandbuUdlng the flesh an s rengthcontrolllngtbocOtigb- and brln g a healthy condition of tho wKAlo system Of course it must will4im itft hanC n ttii tm4u iUMnn n eft r it n sore it rsnness in acute couaus tb6l1ngerlngII fromjtJ cures Prof FInley M D of Ben glyhih eHoldangIliydroKtn in solution it is one of the best manufactured products of the present tfmo la atomntarrhal gastritis catarrhal Inflammation of dctomach It isy inost efficient preparation ofpyrosisIt ltIfolden acidity Medical Discovery enriches and blood curing blotches pimples a1doldsoresitto nativjlino J = iI GOV AUGUSTUS t WILSON j Continued from page 3 wIth each Other so that everyone in J the State will lave Kentucky because tit Is Just and fair Can any one be injustice1rx he merchants of today avoid- e1lrpbargnJnsandhard bargainsand try to bUildup a great trade by deal riing fairly to all Does any man or woman anywhere believe that Ken Lucky has advanced In honor or charIi atcteror nobility of heart and squl in MCiVllizatlon in the welfare or happi mess of Its people by inequality or lairness1 In districting the State o Mt fraIningttho election law s Does any Democrat believe today After It has been fully tried out that changing districts to help prominentt or ambitious party men andj there or to get or to hold on to some district office has Jn the long t enhanced the good name or partyPtor an unfair l law honest or respectable Do you iIf believe that your party will lose gala in thb long run by being lionbrable to play with marked or un t fair cards Has the gerryma- nderrr of the mountains built up ppextermi Ie inhated the partys chances in the j mountainsZ Is it weaker or str tj lor having by injustice crowded out l a district with over 17000 safe ad t worse majority i Now my neighbors tam not here iC1 to reflect or crlticlse I am here to KenIr alike I am here to speak for peace lr i said good fellowship for the upbuild j fin pf all wenl tf I am hero to promise a norl part san and unseltish devotion to iny duties Let us all come together as t ipne manlfor old Kentucky Let us tia be honest highminded and dutiful to Vthe State and affectionate to ORe an other IshallalwaS be glad to help peopleIlrmyQtcp I randall i Administration of oath of office to 1k Jov WIllson and LieUt Gov Wm H ORearttF j Mayor J 1TJie enthusiasm was unbounded an- Ji telling points in the addresses were W greed with cheers by the big r frpmlweali Everybody seemed in such a good J aSlsl humor that no note pf discorU was ie Beard on any side The crowd BuiLJ itT fMF yihe most orderly and well behaved t i that It has ever been our pleasure to Wltnes8 But little if any drunk It T f t ne9IJ visible and the ge oral re t t V i ebayedfyWith the excophon or the skillful ItrtIi t U tI I 4 i l y i I- Ii I tWl l ii t d I 1 ofall number of the light detectivesewas for the police force Frankfort mire had her glad rags on and the old girl did look Just as nice as possible It was the great est day in her history and long to be remembered THAT NEW COURTHOUSE I anY citizens constantly Inquire why is It that a new courthouse is not built for Franklin county to dig place the tumbledown building at present answering that purpose In Justice to the county authorities it Oust be said that the delay of begin wing the work is excusable for several good and sufBtoient reasons It is the ambition of CoUnty Judge Polsgrove to See a new and commodious home for the county erected befdre his ten ure of office expires and with this end in view and with the aid of the other officials of the county lie has collected and placed aside fur this purpose a considerable sum from the county levy of each year for the Past several years This sum has now assumed conk sldcrable proportions and the work of building would be justified on the relcItw lt year In that time the New Capitol will have been completed and there may be a chance to purchase the east wing of the old State House from the Commonwealth With the occupa tlon of the new building this east Ithandsno apparent use to which It could be FrankIUnthan likely With Some alterations the building spoken of would make a splendid courthouse as the location is deal and the proportions not only ample but such atf to lend themselves easily to the alterations and remodel neceS13sFranklin county need not be- ashamed pf Its executive building but t torie of the site of the present building would add considerably to the sum already hoarded by the county au thorities and would no doubt tempt the State to part with the property so soon tobe abandoned thatdprop- erty for a reasonable sum then the county authorities will get busy and dismantling the present structure on costlyt0one BADLY MIXED UP NrY had a very remarkable experience he says Doctors got badly mixed up over me one said heart disease two called it kidney trouble the fourth blood poison and the fifth stomach and liver trouble but none of thorn helped me so many advised restoringbottle did memore good than all the flue doctors prescribed Guaranteed d for blood poison weakness and all stomach liver anoVkldney complaints by all druggists bee V THAT LOG CABIN do1hby two young Republicans of th west sideMessrs Landon Zleg e and Isaac Locke Mr Hammond has placed it in his lumberyard where he will keep it h 1resisdent next year when he will have it Iin the parade again BROUGHT BA IStfo1 BURIAL The body of Capt Wm Shlndle flower who dIM in Lexington last week at tho advanced age of 82I years was brought hero on Saturday and interred pt the side of his wife in our cemetery v Capt Shlndlebower wasa baker for many years lot the firm of Gray Todd whose ostablishment was ia the building now ocupied by Farmer store He afterwards served as a police man Inthisoltyv and as city marsh of N ichplasvllle r fi1 l ALL QUIET IN THE 1UIUEV BELT Though tho night riders have been busy In the dark tobacco district there la practically no disorder in the Burley Belt as the tobacco planters of the Blue Grass evince rio disposition to break the laws being Inclined rather to figh their battle on the broad principle of justice and equity and trusting that In the end right will prevail to the confusion of the enemies of tho farmer The outrages which have recently been committed by armed despera does In the dark district involving loss of life and property should In no way be laid at the doors of the men of this section The outrages spoken of were perpetrated by large numbers of masked men who are spoken of as night riders but whose real identity Is unknown to the public of the lo calities where their activities have aroused the most resentment and alarm When the investigations set ln motion by the proper nuthorities of the law lave progressed far enough to unmask the real outlaws it will then be seen who are the guilty parties Until then let us withhold Judgment even on the AS B men of the dark sdme scattering warnings fhave been received by independent growers of burley tobacco In Frank lln county no damage to property has resulted and the same may safely be said of every county in the belt It is not thought that the warnings re ceived hereabouts were sent to in tlarldate the growers but may have in the nature of a Joke on the of thelrfrlend- sIMondar morning it was discovered barn of MrAlvin Wiley whosevfarm is located on the Franklin tolltheflames While Mr Wiley la an Independent grower it Isl not known who committed or instigated the outrage nd until absolute proof is forth no blames should be attached the Association men ot Franklin county In an able address delivered at a notable assemblage of Association growers in Lexington on Monday last Senator Campbell Cantrill onlyfburley belt during the season 1908 andfsaidthatState could not securE a fair price for tobacco raised they Should discontinue its productfonaltogether and let the trust findif it could willing victims in other holds who would don too yoke of servitude thrown I 6ff by them I v OAi1 EA Boars Blguature lot Alba Worry Almost Unnerved Me Heart Pains Short of Breath Faint and Languid DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me ofeinrbeen suffering with my heart Breathing had and difficult at times hlrtlometimestmo feel faint and languid The least excite ment or mental worry would almost unnerve me I felt that the trouble was growing worse all the tine and after remedies prescribed by physicians without obtaining relief induced to give your remedies a trial I wasrelieved te second day and after taking three or four bottles all were rembved and have never showed of retumlno REV Gao Ktaacoee Chincoteague Va There are m nysymptomsofheartdlsease which so more com mon nervous disorders as to frequently mis attending physician Often to cases of heart trouble kidneys liveror lungs become affected Again the symptoms may be those of weakened nerves as feeling sleeplessness timidity the patient is easily nd to cause If have the least suspicion that heart is weak study ouray toms and begin Cure the artand bloodtoalcwf ir a day t delay bQtINervous and Heart Disease AddnM 11en hilts Medical Co Elkhut lad f l it x ALCOHOL PER GENT- AVcgeablcPrepalionhrAs J ttn HteSlama sat sef CHILDBFN otesDigesltonCharfii lInsneiIwr ipiimiMorphhe iwrMiaeraL B Sfi NOT NARCOTIC tioMwL1mi- IDItItUi A SourStonBchDlarrkw WorasConvulskmsfevEnsir nessandLossoFSiEEfe Facsitt e Signature of NEW YORK Atb months ol i J5BOSEV35CENT UiraiEe lift li Exact Copy of Wrapper CASTORII ehiidre1 Kind Have AIwayBoght Bears theISignature JiJ IAr1 IeUs 8t J1hY For Over Thirty Tear- sCATORIA THE BEST BBEflD IS MADE FROM PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR l ASK YOUR GROCER For Hajy Straw Salt Seeds Potatoes and Produce Ual- lOnHEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Cosby Patent AirTight Baker and Heater l IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in the house making it cozy The busy anythingfromChristmas turkey Still it looks as neat as aqy heater made It is airtight and great fuel saver Thousands are ing sold Thousands of housekeepers are enthusiastic Nitre Cast Irou tops and bottoms making it last for years without repairs Made only by UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out tree on request by Dr Snoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the peoplewithout pennys costthe great value of this scientific prescription known to druggists everywhere ts Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by Capitol Pharmacy 01 J I l e jfFor Infants and The You r i s 1 r Of i 1 n vr u I t t 1 I I Phones m a a Ij IT HEATS f r t AND rr COOKS TOOr f The Most Convenient Useful IV and Economical Stove for the rr3 PtfS rf Home Ever Made Jj I Thousands be men and women In c all walks of life are suffering fromi v kidney and bladder troubles Dont tL neglect your kidneys Delays are dangerous DoWUfs Kidney and Bladder Pills afford kulpk relief for all forms of kidney and bladder bleA weeks treatment25c SQlt by Soutti CoY rr r J t CF1RlSTMA3SAT1SFAdiE1ON1Is J have be1Irati1Red in ilVestigating the lines of the leading munufacturing jewelers and ave of the x ftenng of Dependable Christmas Wares It Efl2iAI1 icLiiiAr GQQD Every thIng in Watches tS DialnondsI Jewelry SilverwareJ lQ1t Glass l Novelties t II M r I P IF YOU BUY IT AT ITS GOOD p nl + J f PILLS t F 0 R i u NURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHE r r PAIN rN DISJRES5IN STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS I I I v MARRIEQ j t HAZELRIGGHOGEIn this city on Wednesday Mr J Dyke Hazelrigg t J and Miss Mary Kerr Hoge were married oy Rev C R Hunson of the Christean Church V Mr Hazelrigg is a fine young law jk 1er ii sOn of Judge J H Hazelrigg nd a partner of his father His f bride is the handsome and loveable daughter of Col Chas E Hoge I i Jv 1tIRrINPORSEEIn this city ion Wednesday MrferaE Martin and Miss Lutie Forsee were married xby Rev J W Bowden brotherinlaw iv of the groom t Mr Martin is the sturdy son of Mr Sam Martin a hustling young farmer ry r His bride isla fineyoung girl popu i yland with refined all who know hermodest J BODINESNYDER this city an r i Thursday MrJ L Bodine and JOn e Snyder were married by MIssI r n HudsonMr is a member of the livery firm of Carlton Bodine and 1s a tine young bhslness man His or Weak Women ti To weak and ailing women there is at least ono Way tohelp But with th two treatments snot be combined Ono Is local ono Is constltu HouaL but both are important both essential Dr Bhoopa Night Cure is the Local Dr Bhoop Restorative the Constitutional The former Dr Night Cure Is a topical if fcucous membrane suppository remedy while Dr hoops Restorative is wholly an Internal treat meat The Restorative reaches throughout the entire system seeking the repair of all nerve all blood ailments TheNight Cure as Its name implies does Its Work while you sleep It soothes sore and inflam ed mucous surfaces heals local weaknesses and I discharges while the Bcstorativo cases nervous gives renewed visor and gilds up wasted tissues briniong about renewed energy Take Dr Sboopa r j RestorativeTablets oridpuidlasa general tonlo to the system For positive local help use as well 1 7 Dr tShoops CurerJt CAPITOL PHARMACY L r ji I I bride isa sister of Mrs Eugene Carlton and Is a handsome attractive and loveable younglady t J r GRADDYDAVISIn Harrodsburg CIGraddymarried by Rev M V P Teaman of the Presbyterian Chruch- MOORSROBERTSm thiscity on Thursday Mr Owen T Moore and Miss TillieRoberts of Midway were married by Rev Wm Crowe of the Southern Presbyterian Church e tSKATING CONTESTLEXINGTON VS FRANKFORT A skating contest was held at the- ColiseumSkatlng InkIn Lexington on Wednesday night It was between teams from both Lexington and Frankfort First honor was won on an Interurban Car to witness the contest ji CONCERT FOR BENEFITED f PUBLIC LIBRARY FUND The concert given on Thursday night at the Episcopal Parish House under the auspices of the Womans Club for the benefit of the public Li T rary Fund was a most delightful one The music both vocal and Instru mental was of the highest order There was a good audience present and they enjoyed every riumber 4o the fullest We are glad to say that quite a neat sum was realized to aid in this good worjc EDITOR WALTON GETS FOUR DAYS OFFICE Editor W P Walton of the State Journal was appointed to the position of Railroad Commissioner to succeed Co C C McChord resigned by Gov Deckham He held office for four days being succeeded by Col L P Tarlton on Tuesday Nevertheless ho drew 2850 Every little helps t fj l r TAKE ONE the Little Tablets AND THE PAIN is GONE RAILROAD COMMISSION COMPLETES ORGANIZATION The State Railroad completed its organization on Thurs day by electing the minor officers asI follows I Mate ClerkMoses Jl Glenn of Central Cit- ySecretaryRoy Wilhoit of Ashland StenographerMils Minnie Mur phy of Wllllamsburg Mr Glenn lathe present Secretary and Ms eminently fitted the new position w chisa promotion We congratulate our friend POWERS TRIAL rbe Commonwealth closed its dl rect testimony in the Powers case on ThursdayThe of the case for the defense was made by Judge Siena late that afternoon and it was stated that defense would introduce tes timony showing who fired the fatal shot and that Powers had nothing to do with the matter a APPOINTED ADJUTANT GEN RALIGov WJllson P4 Johnson of as aIldlenteredThis Is an admirable selection and a gracCfUl of the Confed eratorsoldlerelement among his sup heartapproval HAND CRUSHED I A White section hand had his hand crushed while at work helping to lay the big rails on the L track at the new depot yesterday morning We could not learn the mans name but he was called John The rail tell on his left hand crushing off three fingers i V j I r Headquarters for ji Grorham Sterling Sil I t verware Silver Plat I ed Hollow Ware 1847 Rogers Bros KnvessF- orks and Spoons i IBlackEnamelI OUT ONLY e A ELLBERTSELBERTS Jr5wtLER JI lDRMILEs ANTIPAIN Headache FrankfoI1landthird 7 Commission 11J If you haveu17 HeadacheTry iJfvi m ir 4 t i I ItThey Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no i 1j bad Aftereffects ki3 I 25 Doses I 25 Cents i1trNever Sold in Bulk it I Louisville Mantle Railway EAST BOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains leave Versailles for Beatty vllle and intermediate points at 709 a m and at 1200 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains from Beattyville and intermediate points arrive at Versailles at 1030 am and530pm- ON SATURDAYS ONLY Train leaves Versailles forRichmondand intermediate points at 730pm- ON SUNDAYS ONLY Train leaves Richmond for Versailles and intermediate points at iL15 pm The L A and the Traction Line affords excellent service batw Frankfort and NIcholasville fcich mond Irvine Beatyvillo and intermediate points For further information addr M HR G P A Versailles Ky Oct Bly Kodol Fori- IIndigestion Our Guarantee Coupon If alter using twothirds of a Jioo bottle of Kodol you can honestly say it has not bene filed we will refund your money Try Kodol da on this guarantee Fill out sign the following present it to the dealer at the time of purchase If it fails to satisfy you return the bottle containing onethird of theImedicine the dealer from whom you it and wewlll refund your money Town State Stca beta Cut This Out DigestsWhatYouEat And Makes EC DaWITT II CO Chicago XII Sold by South Co t r j et i Chesapeake Ohio RYXV Schedule in effect Nov 171J07Sub Ject to change without uollco Limited for LouisVillo Nashville Melees nhls West and Southwest 940 A X and 615 P M Daily t Limited For iphla1015 41M aad 745 Pi M Dally l t281yr i INDIGESTIONS RECO The best I can prescribe for your dlgesijonmadam is Greens IErI 0 se other PhYs1nS who scribe It regularly Indigestion is making an a4ilrecor4ias a cause sudden deaths It is beat big heartfailure in its ghastlyharvea1- QYou read in the papers daily apptts healthy and even trien t suddenly taeked Wlthacutelndigestio1I a hearty meal and 9Cthe dying in cases before a physitiar could be called in whqIindigestion If these unfortunate vic titus of acute digestion had taken aj small dose of Greens August Flower be fore or after their meals they would not have fallen a prey to such sudden seizures August Flower prevents indigestion by creating digestion It also regulate the liver purifies the and urt the entire system in a natural way t 1 be QTwo asc 750 All drugg For sale by 3 W Gayle 1 f v l k r J I r w xmasJ Is at I3L1Call and Examine our line ofuseful presents before purchasing Such as Arizona Heating Stoves Gillette Safety Razors Miller Steel RangesAEnders Safety Razors Miniature Farm Wagons Musical Instruments ti Rogers 1847 Silverware iSSShcarspochet KnijgjyJarvingSets Gunsv j- f Etc Rochester SilverNickled Ware II1 q l i II j rt if P 0 S OWRR 00 Ia i to C 307309 Main Street Hardware Mer hantsjBotlf Phones 1 t 11If I RELIGIOUS Lctor will conduct the services j 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser mop 130rp m E t Prayer 9J80 a m Sunday school in the iahbpelWednesday evening prayerat 730 tL m i v rThefpublic generally dnviteto at Lead f t FIRST BAPTIST ijUR9tReT Dr ME Adams breach at 11 a m and 730 m Sunday sciiool ii94Ir1 the cluepd iBaracca class at 945 am taught by the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union Trill i t 630 pmj Prayer meetIng Wednesday ey nlng atVfcaoltf the Chapel Everybody cordially Invited Seats tree a Y CHRISTIAN CHtrRCHTRev 0R Hudson the pastor will preach h- E11Lmand730pm II Sundayschool at 946 a m in the t chapel Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday eves Ing at 730 oclock In the Chapel Everybody Invited t CATHOLIC CHURCH Rwv Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct erylces as follows k JEow Mass at 730 a m 1 High Mass at 10 a m fhlDday school at 2p In Vespers and prayer at 730 p Iji VmBTt PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH aRev J RV Zeigler the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 Pi m undayschopl at 945a m ItConference of young men and young women at 646 p m Prayer Meeting Wednesday even IW lng tat 730 p m L VfsitorA cordially wolcomod J J ET DIST CHURCH Rev t J S Sims pastor- Sundayschool I tI 946 V preaching by the pastor at 1100 r j aiin and 730 p m r V Epworth League at 6 45p m y Prayer Meeting Wednesday oven 781i Invited to attend I V SOUTHERN PRES B Y T H R I A N CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the j itor will prach at 11 a m and 30p m tZYoling Peoples Society at7p m it lfBtindayschool at 945 a m EveningWEverybody Invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPBLSunday Idt b c school at 330 oclock p as wrTHORN HILL There will be lJua e every Sunday afternoon ix tiie cnoolhouso at 8 oclock p in aJDr OjH the blood t Cerate for akin tfoptlaaj 1 1 t Sth L 1 r- ktk A PICTURESQUE FIGUREI The latest candidate DemocraticLprimary which wjll be held next year is Rabbltt Jim Moore of Lebanon Ridge and he has become known to most of thee citizens oC Franklin and adjoining counties through a peculiar happening dating back to a year or more ago This latest aspirant for political honors is a son of Mr Polk Moore and his name has became fa mllialf from efa tlat at the time mentioned his mode trf rm andgran rrj alwen arhl hpusehold pro visions were overrun by a Pest of rabbits t hd tM subsistence of him rtpublished appeal to the public to come to his aid and rid his premises of thp menace saved the day for him Hunters from every section of this and other counties flew to his rescue and quickly thinned out the ranks of the rabbits which bid fair to eat him Mooreiswho will command a largfe support on the part of his numerous friends iri Tils race for the 6fflce he seeks rSOME OF THE NEV APPOINTEES We give below a partial list of the appointees under the new administra tion of Kentucky Private Secretary to Governor McKenzie R Todd of Frankfort Insurance CommissionerChas W Bell of Harrodsburg Eire MarshalCIcero M Barnett of Hartford Assistant Secretary of State Jackson Morris of MqKee Assistant TreasurerH Ft James of Jeltchfleld State Inspector and Examiner M Hudson Thatcher of Louisville Assistant AuditorJudge Howard R French of Mt Sterling Member Board ofConttolOol Al bert Scott of Louisville Clerk to State Treasurer Mr Otho Clopse Ibf MayfekrAssistant Attorney GeneralsMr Thoa B McGregor of Wasbington county V a PANIC NOT FELTIN FRANK FORT i While the stringency of the money market may have been the cause of hurting business in other cities there are no indications which got to show that the Capital City pas suffered In the least Jtrom the alleged panic and all lines of trade the normal condition for this BensonI of the year with excellent promise for the largest holiday business ever known here It fe but natural that with the ad vent of wintry weather building operations and kindred Industries algohavo arrived everything will be resumed and Jn the meantime enough work will be carried on to tide the laborers and mechanics over tho winter 1f j 3 1 napTllt CWLDRtN Han PrizesI Free k ittle girls trying for the Bucks junior range and other prizes mureceivehe1t from friends i ZJanyonefamily or Ys The contest will close on December 2I1907 at 12 oclock r- v P f1 1r fr- Y Havent muchtime mbstwor to wenou nowyou r Watch for our closing ad which will tell Idto sendinc yjiirads q f You mayb the innerkeep trying l Vf f Karpen Leather Couches 4500 to 6000 it i H i Beautiful Line Wicker oiJ lookers 275 to 1500 f t R Rogers Sons f f r COMMUNICATED Philip Smith Jr of San Diego California the son of Walter C Smith who was born and raised ofThislittle fallow remembered his grand mother Mrs Philip Smith of witzer ley sending her a package of his birthday cake and candles Itsrmembered that his lather alter h tl 3 t h b ii f G in ft Kentucky four years ago for Sari lIe for his health and It Is there he was married and has made It his home O NA Just a little Cascasweet is all that Is necessary to give your baby when It Is cross and peevish Cascasweet contains no opiates nor harmful drugs and Is highly recommended by mothers everywhere Conforms to the National Pure Food Law Sold by 1jnIlAI4 i1 a t jvI KILL THE AND CURE THE LUNGSJ WITH Dr KingsfNew Discovery I FOR cOLDSPRICE IFree AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUDLESy GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOBl I QR MOITEY REFQNDED i i R V I f tll rGIFTs i ii ir1 r v L B TH ROBESl 0 JACKETS ii IBAGS t COLLAR AND GUFF BAGS I 4 4r FANCY VESTSf 1 i fY MUFFLERS i TIES t t s I ftt t t i THE RESULT TO BE EXPECTiED As a result inflammatory 1speechesl made by demagogues in the bark tobacco district thclty of Hopkinsville was captured by a mob of some 200 nigbt riders from r Christian and Trigg counties on Fri day night The police and fire de partments the telegraph and tele tj hone offices the L N Railway de pot and other buildings were cap 1 tured tone tobacco buyer was beaten 80 badly that his life was despaired V ofJ a railroad brakeman mortally wounded plate glass windows in vt banks and business houses shot out 1 residences fired into and other diej ft graceful things done Two large tobacco warehouses and Contents destroyed by V The total loss is This is the legitimate result which y has been expected to follow upon the I r inflammatory speeches bf dema gogues who have gone through tha recently i Ir The stern arm of the retributive law will have Its inning now and with the man at the head of the State veIPent who is not afraid to axe cute the laws this character of outrages will be promptly suppressed A REAL WONDERLAND V South Dakota with its rich silver f mines bonanza farms wide ranges and strange natural formations Js a veritable wonderland At Mound City in the home of Mrs E D Clapp a wonderful case of healing has Exhausting coughing spells occurred everY five minutes writes Mrs 1 Clapp when I began giving Dr Kings New the great medlf cine that saved his life and corn Rletely cured him Guaranteed for coughs and colds throat and lung I troubles by all druggists 50c and iOO Trial bottle free fe r f U RTHAT f Mode Glass Works would begin r operations again about the o January and would run steadily vy that time forward to the end H teeason It is not known as yet U t yRt y L ft i L frrMA 11RwMM iJtI ssential in the lace e eed in l oulfor able in the Se CO d lace Either bathrobes t ri smokIng jacket is a gIft not to be peciallystroig liiie at OO arid on up to J usually handsome robe at 15and S20 iRi l handsome piece of leather goods is an aristocratic remembrance and Iroma solid leather suit case at 8500 up to luxurious Likly cases and bags at 15 to 522 there is a j Ci one of which will make theman feel that his Christinas is worth whileI t T I For the man who travels much these are indispensable Made of various handsome l atti6r8rlrranging in pric e from 1 to3 They keep collars from soiling end cause them to occupy tlvery little space r i i IJSeveral pattern in brown woolens which will be sure to please the younger men They addl1 a touch to the costume impossible with the ordinary vest 4 and 5 it Thneckwear tF here t ChrIstmas is gorgeous We have never seen such handsome s1Iks brrfF 6 J there are slippers shirts socks umbrellas silk suspenders y orJ which makes a valued present and the prices on which are modest IfthEj mans gift comes from McGlures iiis right R K INCORPORATED 4rofthe firel region reardeath Discovery GLASSFACTORY we41tfroml J first excelledl varietyaar wondgrfulMufflersThen McCLURE SONS whether the rumor bears the stamp of thelownerssuch a move In the near future Should it turn out as predicted it will of course prove a valuable feeder to the local trade and help business very much A well posted glass blower In speaking of the plant is authorJrAfor the statement that the ownejlKan not afford to let the factory re Inldlefor any length of time as in such an Vent he asserts the value of the outfit would be very materially reduced to the great loss of the parties who have their money Invested in this industry The finest Coffee Substitute ever made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis You dont have to boil it twenty or thirty min utesMade in a minute says the doctor Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet pro intmade from pure toasted cereals or grains with malt nuts etc Really Jt unknowinglyby TH Bra mm ll e JACKSONVILLE Good health Not many on sick list Amongthe visitors are the follow ing Mr Austin Moore and sisterMiss WIFinchville this week Mrs Dan Hockensmith nnd1lrs Agnes Clark were the guestsof Mr John Moore and family Sunday Mr Preston Cook is erecting a farmIcontractorIh ondand fourth Sundays Prayer Services every Saturday night Come everyone itBIland deliver our mail as he always IT CLOSE OBSERVER IaaMehl re jeal toWo Iltidi eiser f i n ti4F t II STAMPING GROUND r The corn market has dropped from 250 per barrel to 2 Mr James Kenney of Owen county is the guest of his Tether Mr L F Keney Several car loads of fat hogs were shipped from here last week They brought 450 per 100 pOdn sJMr Helm Glass and wife Mr Todd Hughes and daughter of Owen county were guests of nevG W Hill this week Squire S B Trlplett and Mr Bishop Kissinger who has been on a months trIp to Oklahoma have returned They are very much pleased with the country and with the pros pects of the 46th State The local Union No 279C A S E will hold an Important meeting at Town Hall cm Saturday next De camber 14A1l members are urged to attend A singular thins occurred here ast Sunday Two twin sisters Amanda and Malvina Johnson colored were baptized by the pastor of the Colored Baptist Church They are supposed be over 80 years of age Ito Mr Richard C Head assistant of the Commercial Bank and manyIpltce his placeIregret learn that the to therVoodlaJiecontents by the night riders on Saturday night The loss was heavy rand only 750 Insurance UNO rMUNICIPAL PLAYGROUNDS Mrs Lovell White president of the Put Door League of San Francisco headed a band of women who worked at the polls during the recent elec tion there in behalf of the amendment cliiildrencity and stood at every polling Place handing the voters cards asking them to vote Tor the playgrounds The amendment won and the women are Happy But some of them are now SayIng that it would have taken them playgyoundsthe the polls IxLi 4iri NIGHT RIDERS READ THIS It will be remembered that we1 called the attention of the ntg t factj1thatthe statute books and that they were liable to get Into tropbl We here with print the salient points of thatI statute ylv It two or more persons band together for the purpose of intimidating or injuring anyone or to do any felonious act they and each of them shall be guilty of a felony andupon conviction confined 1n the penitentiary notI less than one nor more than five years 2 Banding together and going forth for the purpose of molesting or injur ing property whether it be actually injured of not 1sa felony and pun- ISh by confinement in the pen tentiary not less than one or more than five years 3 a If Injury results to persons or property by reason ot the acts above described persons engaged in belguiltytion shall be confined in the penitentiary slot less than one nor more than fifteen years unless death should re ISultln which event the offense would be murder b The offense shall not be mitt gate by the claim that it was com- mUted unjler sudden beat or passion or that it was done without malice arid it is made the duty of the judge trying the case to eo instruct the jury c Each person so engaged is made civnly responsible that Isre 1to6 a The Governor may offer a reward ot500 for the apprehension and conviction teach offender b He may alto employ detectives to ferret out the offenders not exceed ing two at any one time and he can dotestc The County Judge Jn each county where the offense Is com mltted may also supplement the Gov errors reward by a reward payable through the county treasury of 200 for the apprehension and conviction of each offender 16 No one shall send or exhibit or put up any threatening notice or leV unsignedti ktt fsfr t g 1 to 500 and confinement in tk t cOUnty Jail not lees than tkree aer- nore r o than twelve months 7 No witness shall be exempt fro tytestifying because his testinioay fcayf tend to discriminate him but ftCi be used against him except rI1n prosecution for perjury H CENTRAL KENTUCKY TRACTION V COMPANY fit4Schedule effective onland after IICarsa mf p m f Cars will leave Lexington for Ver i r J sallies at 7p m9 P rn and 1fp1 Cars will leave Versailles for Frankrfort every hour from 645 a m untin 645 pm Inclusive Cars will leave Frankfort for Verk sallies and Lexington at 600 a msand every hour from 730 a m untU 730 p m Inclusive f fCars will leave Vensallles for LextIngton every hour from 615 a til 815 p m Inclusive and at j015nwati Runlng m time to ers4tJ frlees 45 minutes Versailles to Frank rfort 45 minutes J B CRAWFORDY General Manager yn yi 1iWhenever you feel that your iYoufeeas mean headaches J nervousness bad breath and beloh t tpetroubles dyspepsia indigestion etc t than Kodol Thjs ia a scientific preparation of natural dlgestants cpia bined with vegetable acids and it con everhealthytf j rlItakeyou eat sold byr South Co r I-AVlftJorThi Kind You HaviAlwrnlwckt 1Bears the of i f d tItI 1 r J