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THE FRANKF RT RoUN BOUTT I GEO A LEWIS l Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTEDTO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance i1 Li I VOL XXXI FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DECEMBER 21 1907 No IYxis I fTOBACCO SITUATION GROWS MORE INTERESTING Since the last issue of this paper some important developments have occurred that renders the situation in the Burley and Dark Tobacco Dis trlcte niore interesting than ever and the next move is eagerly looked for by all concerned Here in Franklin county the Injunction sued out by the local board of control against Fount ftayden pC the Swallowfleld neighbor Ihopd to prevent him from shipping his pooled crop to Louisville Satur day was the topic of conversation among the Franklin county growers Y for several Says and the upholding of the injunction by Judge Stout of the Franklin Circuit Court filled them with renewed courage The annoupcement by rGovernor conferIonce of representatives of the pooled and thost of the American ITobacco Company and others buyers to be held at his plflce on yesterday- created a marked Impression among the growers and it is hoped tha- ttmuch good may result from the cone tf ference which is now in session Many buyers besides men high up in 4he affairs of the trust are on hand as are also the officers and leading 1mon of the Burley and Dark Tobacco Associations At this writing the r- et suit of their deliberations can not bej ascertained but the attendance is large and it is understood that some tlustJare consideration by both sides to a con troversy that now overshadows all other events transpiring in the State of entuckyI From every section of the Commonwealth are heard statements compli mentary to the forethought and wisdom of Governor Willson for calling this conference and his action has elicited the most favorable comment Of1POUtiCdl pariy who has his headquarters in Frankfort received a letter from the headquarters of the company In New York in which he was advised to f buy no more tobacco in this section until further orders had been received What effect such an order will have can not at this moment be I predicted but Should the agents of If Uhe trust in every county of the dis tract have received the same Instruc tions It may prpve farreaching and fraught with much good to the Bur ley pool now fighting for victory as y never before in its history Qn Mondpy January 6 the Franklin County Union will hold a meeting at the courthouse in this city at which time pfllcials for the ensuing year swill be chpsen The local delegates to the State Convention of the A 3 r E which rn ets at Henderson on i the Monday following January 13 Iwill also be Selected sj FRANKFORT HAPPY o fMay rHume has issued a proclamation jr in which It is set forth fireworks may be used in Frankfort r on Christmas day but on no other day or days during the holiday sea thetl4fayorv kids as Jt Ayas feared by them for t awhile that fireworks would b- eItbooed altogether have so notified the postpfllco author dties wo would be glad if whoever isx p y sanding this paper would change the a ressand so save us annoyance r BURGLARS ABOUT After midnight Tuesday burglars tried to effect an entrance into several focuses on North St Clair Street and alt the residence of James Harp they were heard endeavoring to prize open therear dopr The oqtipanta of the house woro awakened by the noise aria Inquired who was at the door r iwhon the night marauders fled fJWw n rMll Ms t j tj f i V b LOCAL RED MEN ENTERTAIN r Blackfoot Tribe as the Frankfort Lodge of Red Men is designated en tertained visiting Tribes from Lex ington and Polsgroves Landing Tues day evening at their Wigwam in Odd Fellows Temple A sumptuous banquet which included all the sub stantials and delicacies of the Beason dieIcwarriors from a distance crept into the city In true redskin style rand those came from Polsgroves Landing were at first taken for nightriders when they made their FlatIcall was sent in by the Marshal of jBellepoint to the authorities on this side of the river for a platoon of police to repel the supposed invaders from out In thepatchbut a few genuine Indian warwhoops given by the boys from the mouth of the Creek revealed their identity and dissipated the alarm So the police were or dered to return before they had bridgeIflow freely at the banquet and was of the sort that always enthuses to the highest pitch the assembled warriors The speakers were F L Smith Assistant Great Chief of Records R M Arnett W S Diipree and Thos McGuire of Miantonoma Tribe Lexlng ton R B GInn of Ogalalla Tribe Polsgrove 0 M Bridgeford J M Matthews and Major W S Dehoney of Blackfoot Tribe this city The local Red Men have one of the best and most progressive lodges In the State and the membership is made up from among th best kltizens of the Capital e DR C K WALLACE FOR SUPER INTENDENT OF F M IIEditor Leader Men and women throughout Kentucky without regard to party half the promise of a better day in Governor Willsons pledge to take all our charity institutions out pV110pof all that is humane and civilized some executive had not long ago an ticipated Governor Willson in the policy When this purpose becomes of vital effect and when our faithful policemen and firemen wearing no party badge shall serve for life or during good behavior to be retired when disabled or at a certain age and receive a pension for protecting life and property as great at least as the soldier receives for destroying both the Old Commonwealth will bound to the front with healing in her wings I am not informed as to the man agement of the state Feeble Minded Institute at Frankfort further than that vegetables are purchased for the use of the managers and the inmates at all seasons There is a citizen at appointedGovernor Taylor and was removed when the latter gave way to Governor Beckham and of course he had no opportunity to inaugurate the re forms which he contemplated It is said that 100 fertile ares belonging to this institution lie handy by un tilled year after year If those acres were cultivated by the po or unfortu Iites of the F M I they would supply everything needed for home consumption in that line of produce and perhaps have something leftover to market But outside of this saving to the State think of what healthful recreation and restoration gratefPlwork1would ling their lives away within the of the JqstftuUonIlie no by Superintendent of the F M I that energetic skilled pbUanIthIf I STAMPING GROUND Mrs Nora Poindexter is visiting relatives In Ohio SquireS B Trlplett will go to housekeeping about the first of the new year Mrs J W Herring visited in Frankfort last week Mr Samuel Poindexter is sick in edr at the Johnson House He has rheumatismThe of the Buffalot Springs Distillery Mr Mastic made abuslnesptrip to Louisville last week DrJ T Crutch eld who has been sick So long Is so far recovered as to boahle to resume his practice Dr Wilhoit of Blmvllle who has been attending to Dr Crutchfields patients has gone back to E to his own practice Imvll1l The A S E Society anInouncedsael of the 1906 crop of tobacco to the county board of control It is earn estly hoped that a sale may soon be madeforgur tobacco raisers are hard up for money DiedOn Sunday near Great Crossings Mrs Elizabeth Bridges aged 63 years of pneumonia She was qmost estimable lady The funeral services were conducted by Rev Mr NeLon of Owen county on Monday afternoon and the remains were taken to Owen county her former home for interment She was a member of the Presbyterian Church UNO OFFICERS ORDAINED AND IN STALLED On last Sunday morning the fol1 folwing named gentlemen were or dained and Installed as Elders and Deacons in the First Presbyterian church Mr ChasE Hoge Judge WeH Snead and Mrr Thos P Averlll DeaconsMr John W Milam Mr John M Bull Mr Fjred Sutterlin Mr Marvin D Averlll and Mr S French Hoge Mr Albert H McClure bad also been elected to fill the office of Dea con but was unavoidably absent on the day of installation Whenever you feel that your stom ach has gone a little wrong or when you feel that It Is not in good order as is evidenced by mean headaches nervousness bad breath and belch ing take something at times and es pecially after your meals until relief is afforded There is nothing better offered the public today for stomach troubles dyspepsia indigestion etc than Kodol This is a scientific preparation of natural digestants com bined with vegetable acids and it contains the same juices found in every healthy stomach Kodol is guaran teed to give relief It is pleasant to take it will make you feel fine by digesting what you eat Sold by South Co r FIRST REAL SNOW STORM WED NESDAY MORNING The first real snow storm of the season came to this section Wednesday morning early and for quite a while the beautiful dropped to the earth at a lively rate The ground was carpeted with a thin layer in the city but a warm wave overtook the now cloud and quickly melted that which had fallen and dissipated the rest as fast ns it came down Out in the country districts surrounding Frankfort a fall of two or three Inches Was noted but this too quick ly gave way beneath the warm at mosphere which followed assisted by a few rays from tho sun which peeped out now and they for awhile There Is nothing about Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup that makes it different from others asJt causes a free yet gentle action of the bowels through which the cold is forced out nIt6u of the throat and lungs It is oasant to take Children like it Contains no opiates not narcotics Sold by South Co J t SpeciiISale of my ii f WOMENS SUITS r i i 1 A- TCKAGINBROS J Uf I r Come and get your choice of a stylish assortment of 41t Tailored Suits at a bargain t tiix J G KDRIB I BROlot J t t 04149 ST CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KYi if c II PAID POLICY OF 2000 Some time since we made mention of the fact that Prof SFrogge who died recently held a policy of 2000 on his life in the Prudent Patricians of Pompeii in favor of his widpw That organization through the local Secretary Mr Phil D Arnold has paid over to Mrs Frogge the check for the full amount of the polfcy This will certainly be a great help to this good woman who has been left desolate PROFOUND SYMPATHY TO DISTINGUISHED EDITOR It is with sadness of heart that we note the death of Mrs Ethel Gilmore of Loufsvllle youngest daughter of the great editor Col Henry Watteri son of the CourierJournal sorrowI A tickling cough from any cause i Dr 8 tlharmlesstells mothers everywhere to give It fir J without hesitation even to very young f t babies The wholesome J and stems of lunghealing 4JiJtivepropertlesCure It calms the cough and healssthe sore and sensitive bronchial mem branes No opium no chloroform tt nothing harsh used to injure or Sup press Simply a resinous tract that helps to heal aching lungs1nThe Spaniards call this shrub which ii the Doctor uses The Sacred Herb rf Always demand Dr Shoops Cough 1 Cure Sold by Capitol Pharmacy ff i CA a TRLA I I Beanths Signature of A gfIt 1 t 71 IAoj i 4 t IJ JlLt rf I LADDERSI 4 cJ I Just received another new stock of I i f LADDERS I From 10 to 80 feat long We have Building Lumber of all ItiI Jdnls in stoop Your trade IB appreciated l 1 r HAMMOHMCO l 11 itt i l jS tt r r j- u I PERSONAL Mrs F nk Hewitt has returned from Louisville Ar Miss Elizabeth Montgomery has reo I turned Jrom Lexington loss Julia R of Louisville wag in the city Mr Frank R Kennedy of Carlisle was in the city on yesterday i Mr Louis A Nuckols of Versailles was in the city on Saturday Susan Bridges visited rela lives at Eminence this week t Mr Adolph Wells left Wednesday for French Lick Springs Ind Mrs Jennie Cardwell left Tuesday fora visit to relatives in Louisville Mr C T Duvall of Stamping Ground was in the city on Tuesday Mrs Z T Thomason left Tuesday for Greenville Tenn to visit her t laughter Mrs Mitchell Miss Louise Daniel is the guest of her sister Mrs Hewlett of Louis ville Mr Howard Rodman and wife have- returned from a visit to Greenville MIss 1Ir Claude S Hazelrigg will Spend the holidays at his old home In Mt Sterling Mr Will Downey of St Louis Mo V Is the guest of his mother Mrs W A rJowney VMiss Marla Wilkins Is the guest ot i Cromwell Shelby street Misses Carrie and Amelia Weitzel WliaVe returned from n visit to Louis- Ville fY1r Walter Crady has gone to Buf laio Larue county to visit his little Son il Mr H L Woods of Olive Hill at tended the Court of Appeals on Thursday Hon Luther H Willis of Shelby Tllle atended the Court of Appeals Wednesday Mrs Ike Parrish and Mr Ike Win gate of Midway visited relatives here this week MrW R Money of Lexington In the city Wednesday and made us a pleasant call Mrs Alice Stanhope of Louisville is the guest oC Mrs W E Railey South Side- Mr Frank L Johnson left Tuesday for Mt Vernon to act as special- circuit judge Mr Gavin Morris left Thursday for Staunton Va to attend the Hoge Benson wedding Mr Samuel K Veach of vas in the city yesterday and made us a pleasant ca11I Mr Edwin M Dryden of 0 will arrive today to spend mss with his wife Mrs T J Jones of Versailles who has been the guest of her Mrs Lane has returned home Miss Jacque Ellwanger who is attending school at Oxford Ohio is att bomg for the holidays Miss Rachel Settle who Is attend ingschool at J Washington city isaV home for the holidays r il t ftt J 4 Santa Clfiii Headquarters a- sWElT S STORE Make Yowhristmas Pur + chases Store Open ak q EveryNight Mr Hugh Avis who is an attache of the Panama Canal Commission is at home for the holidays Mrs G W Wilder and son Wil Ham of Paris are guests of her mother In this city Miss Mary C Gayle who Is attending Hamilton College Lexington is athome for the holidays t Mrs John Graham of Midway who has been the guest of Mrs W E Ralley has returned home Mrs L T Gregory of Lewisport was the guest of her daughter Mrs R G HIgdon this week Judge T J Nunn wife and daugh ter have gone to their old home at Marlon for the holidays Miss Lilian Lindsey has returned from a visit to her brother Mr Dud ley Lindsey at Little Miss Eleanor Thomas of Eminence Is the guest of Mrs J Arnold Batterton Third street Mr Ross McCallum of Montgomery Mich will arrive here today to spend Christmas with his wife Mrs W H Hampton of Ironton Ohio who has been the guest of relative s here has returned home Miss Payne of Georgetown who has been the guest of Miss Emma Payne has returned home Miss Laura White of Ashland who has been the guest of her sister Mrs S W Hager has returned home Miss Hleatt of Shelbyville who has bedn the guest of her brother Mr R C Hleatt has returned home Miss Susie Berryman of Louisville who has been the guest of her cousin Miss Genevleve Posey has returned home Mrs W L Cannon of Midway who has been the guest of her mother Mrs Hiram Berry has returned home i Miss Maria LindSey of Louisville who has been the guest of her uncle Gen D W Lindsey has returned J J Barnes of Bowling Green who has been the guest of his son Mr Geo L Barnes has returned homes Miss Aiken of Plttsburg Penn who has been the guest of Col Geo B Harper and wife has returned home Mr John TJnsley of New Orleans La was called here Tuesday by the death of Ids mother Mrs Anna Tlnsley Misses Tommle and Josle Jett of Cynthlana who have been guests of Miss Emma Payne have returned nome Lake Dudley wife and daugh1Mr ter of Flemlngsburg who has been visiting in this city have returned home tGen D W Llndsoy and dir T Noble Lindsey left yesterday morning for Carlisle to hold court in bankruptcy rMr Robert Sims of State College Lexington is at home for the boll days with his parents Rev J S Sims and wife rJSouth of Excel Blor Institute whohas boon the guest of her sister Mrs RM Cobllnibas returned home C t 1 =Mr Prentiss ORear of Mt Sterling who has been the guest of his parents Judge E C ORear and wife has returned home v Miss Eleanor Stewart Pusey who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs J M VanDerveer has returned to her home in Louisville Rev T F Taliaferro left Wednes day for Kansas City Mo to be present at the Convention of the Society for the Friendless Miss Margaret Howard who is at school at Nazareth is at President Jas K Patterson of State College Lexington were here on Tuesday to consult Gov Willson as to the needs of the College s Mr J Dyke Hazelrlgg and wife have returned from their wedding trip and are at the home of his father Judge J H Hazelrigg West II Main street ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Frankfort Ky postofflce for the week end ing December 21 1907 Bailey Mrs M B I Baxter Ms Millie Catherine Berhenlt Col A Babberson Mrs Clara t Cavsney Mrs Mat v iv Clifford Ed- Cummins f Wm S Dawson Mrs Theodoaia Dunn Miss Minnie J Ellis Miss Francis M Hamilton Charley Harp Miss Mary I Hall W H S HaSriens G M Hlbbet Miss Maud Holt BS j Hoover W E Hudgens Miss Ellen Johnson M H Keller M Kimball Geo A Lewis W C Miller Miss Claude Moore Mrs C S J Nelson Morton Perry Dock Piecock Miss Mary Phipps F H TiT5 Roanlf Jim Robards Oscar- Rosborough Louis Sams Mrs Millie Shackleford Miss Fannie B Sedwillc Miss Leonia Stagg Robt tX7 Taylor T R Co Thacker G L v 7 Vaughn J A Watson W H Williams Etaza Willis Role Woadson Miss Susie Wright Miss Katie Wright John CI f When calling for nnyof the abovo letters please say advertised GEO L BARNES P M Just a little Cascasweet Is all that Is necessary to give your baby when it is cross and peevish Cascasweot contains no opiates nor and is highly mothers everywhere Conforms to tho Rational Pure Food Law Sold by South CO lotilI ltlliir Il t I OfOhristI Dress Silk Ielties CHARLES J WEPJyesterdayI lMrs Now Owensboroi 11home MissEudora AIHoward aHamiltonF harnifuldrugsI Napkins Hosiery Underskirts Handkerchiefs to 1 Grand Holiday Sale l Coats Suits Jackets Skirts eJ9Jj 1GP are great Coats Snits Jackets and Skirts Coats 7 50 for 500 4Coats 1000 for 776 Coats 1250 for Satin Lined for 10501 1250 1500 sold everywhere for 2000 1 LINENS Linens Napkins TowelssCrashes everything in linens you will find us F J HEENEY i C a 1I iff f1J AUDITOR ELECT ANNOUNCES HIS OFFICE FORCE Auditor elect F P James has announced the following as his offlfflce force Assistant AuditorJudge Howard R French of Mt Sterling Geo H McBroone of Pa ducah R A Cook of Hopklnsvllle E G Huntsman of Scottsvllle Chas S Goslee ofCarrolton Chas W Parrish of Midway W Ray of Maysvllle Chas M of London W JfHancocle of Colum biz Private Secretary and Stenogra pherWm H Van Winkle of Frank fort Insurance Commissioner Chas W Bell Harrodsburg Insurance Commissioner Lee Hampton of Harrodsburg Fire MarshalCicero M Barnett of Agent of Jefferson County Jno W Cassiday of Louisville MORE TOBACCO INJUNCTIONS The Franklin County Board of Con troy of the Burley AssQClatlon filed injunctions 1n the circuit court clerks office Friday against Louis Spoon and C D Marshall of the Harvleland neighborhood and the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company It sought by the filing of the suits to prevent Louis Spoon who raised some tobacco on the farm of Mr C D Marshall from shipping the same to Louisville and to enjoin the Louis yule Tobacco Warehouse Company from selling the weed it reach them Judge James H Polsgrore a attorney for the board of control the suits and as an of similar nature was recently uphold by Judge Stout it is reasonable to suppose that those will meet with tho same fate iDr Weaver Treatment Bjiap totthe blood Cento fcrekiuernptlou t t r 1 Our store is full mas presents Wool Goods Table LinenS Towels find Gloves Neckwear Suits Cloaks and FursIt Ribbons Blankets Spreads Infants Satques and Toques Um brellas A great collection of all at s See our i We making reductions on 975 Elegant Garments else Table with ii Clerks Henry Prpylnce Deputy should Injunction CENTRAL KENTUCKY COMPANY TRACTION liiW r iSchedule vfectove on and after fI December 3 1907 iiCars will leave Lexington forVer tf 1rsallies and Frankfort every hour from 600 a m to 600 p mf Incl slveI tj 1salliesCars wlli leave Versailles for Frank f tfort every hour from 645 a m untilI t645 p m Inclusive Cars will leave Frankfort for Ver fiU1 sallies and Lexington at 600 am i 4Iand every hour from 730 a mf untilf730 p m Inclusive 7 Cars will leave Versailles for Lex ington every hour from 615 a m un y til 815 p m Inclusive and at 1015 tJlip m w Runlng time Lexington to Versall tlees 45 minutes Versailles to Frank fort 45 JiJGeneral ManagerrSAWMILL NEED TIMBER l dSeverallecturing concerns are short on tim y f ber having cut up all the available 1 rj suppiSon hand and mill are now Alever heavy tides may be expected toi t t als nmost any flay at this season of theJyear and as there is plenty of stock 1R J in the mountain country waiting to tJbe floated out Prpspects aro brlgbt J tiadons WIrlIIItides Will prove propitious and make r their presence felt in a few weeksr jIor more at the farthest Cd W9aXABearitha Blgutnrt of ATh Jnd Bwtfit r t i 1 N t r DRY GOODSJ iJ I t I 11J E- hoGthToPI6sIthosel jralns In a vain endeavor to arrive at a satisfactory choice of suitable a remembrance for friends or relatives who reside at a distance frdm Frank fort a suggestion might not prove- amiss A years subscription to the Roundabout would fill the want and the grateful friend or relative who Is now residing In other towns or state but once called the Capital City home Would appreciate ito mensely such a weekly budget of clean local news as the R und bout would bring to her ohlm wherever they may be located It would be to the exiles a welcome visitor who tl brought tidings from home Easily the most popular Demo cratic State official who will retire from office on January 6 is Judge PJ CharleiE Booe Assistant Auditor No man ever came to Frankfort who made more friends among her people and no man ever deserved more All citizens of the Capital Irrespective of politics ad iiimire Judge Booe fpr his many fine qu lIties of head and heart and not one of them but regret exceedingly his departure should he conclude to return to his former home Many a n f heartfelt wish for his future welfare iand the welfare of his estimable wife and family will accompany him W wherever he goes Men like Judge Booe dont come among us every dayI and Frankfort people know how to 4 appreciate such as he l a Extensive preparations are underway at the State penitentiary the i county jail and the city workhouse to f t i give the prisoners confined in these f Institutions a fine dinner on Christ Ir mas day It is but right that on an occasion like this when the birth of ji the Savior is being celebrated the wide world over that the unfortu J s nates who are confined for violations 1 of the laws of the land should be Jmndeto forget for one day at least i their deplorable condition and enjoy Z themselves in a fashion They suffer enough by reason of their loss of I liberty God knowsI11 Frankfort rr Christmas shoppers 1rshould not fall to make all their pur chases In the home town and not rush off to the larger cities where WIJ the variety and prices are no moro i advantageous than are submitted by J the merchants here Shoppers might s enhance the enjoyment of the Christ 0Jmns season also by remembering the poor and contributing a mite to their y comfort and IllpplnessII TMrs Ella Hutchison Ellwanger the r Christmas Su estionsf Makel this Christmas the most notable of any in your life by buying something that everyone in the home can enjoy Thereis nothing which is such a permanent reminder of friendship as anice roomsize Rug Its efficiency continues when other are lost and forgotten Visit our Holiday Display today Below we offer suggestions of something suitable for gifts Handkerchiefs Carpet Sweepers Axminster Rugs talented writer of society news and of whom all Frankfort Is proud Is branching out and treading new fields of endeavor In last Sundays CourierJournal she had a most attractive resume of the happenings at the Capital In a society way for the previous week Mrs Ellwanger Is an original and versatile writer whom It is a pleasure to read after yA glance at the methods employed- by the Frankfort and Franklin county spoke of the wheels of the late Democratic State machine which had such a baneful influence on the destinies of the Democratic party and policies In KentuckyJ priorI to the recent election brings to light an astonishing train of circumstances pertaining to the nomination of the present Board of Councllmen and School Trustees of the pity of Frankfort and discloses to view a state of affairs so corrupt that it is small wonder the Democratic hOats went down to defeat Before the de termined onslaughts of the united and victorious squadrons of Repub licanism That Is if every other county In the State was organized along the same lines as prevailed In Franklin And all indications strongly point to such a fact Let us take a look at the convention which nominated the Councilmen and Board of Education At the last moment Dictator Mike of the local machine with the assistance of a few followers and the City Demo cratic Committee decided one day at 9 oclock in the morning that a convention should be held and that the plain peepus should have a hear- Ing in the matter of selecting the men who should rule the affairs of the city and her public schools for the next two years No sooner said than done and at 11 oclock of the same day on which this broad minded course was decided on the socalled convention was held There were present at thisIcon vention which by not been advertised and of which the public was in absolute ignorance Just nine persons Four of these were members of the City Commit tee while of the other five who went to make up the assemblage four of them were officeholders under the city And In fact thT of the four city committeemen prestne were also feeding at the Democratic local crib One of the men present was the city atorneyj who it Is to be presumed cinched his job for another two years by acting as doorkeeper for this monster meeting of repre sentative citizens One of tho members of the Board of Education who was chosen at this sitting and afterward elected Mr John A Brlslan resigned tho position a week since Pictures Baskets Umbrellas C LUTKEMEIER iff ICOMMUNICATED tbewathad and Mr Mike Meagher the local dictator had himself elected In his stead The meeting we omitted to state was held In the office of the Board of Control in the Farmers Bank building and although General Haly was not present he doubtless acquiesced in all that was done asof they were all his devoted followers and valiant henchmen The men who were selected at this star chamber meeting for Councilmen and School Trustees are all rep resentatyve citizens of Frankfort and personally are all clever people The only criticism that can be dig rected towards them Is that they should have consulted the better ini terests of their party and their own consciences by declining to nominations brought about acceptI a ItAstreets for a month or more that it was contemplated by the powers thatJ be or that have been to displace the present able Superintendent of the Frankfort Public Schools Prof H Cll McKee and elect in his stead the Secretary of State H V McChesney who has held office at the Statehouse for more than seven years This report is not given much credence however as this act would call forth such a storm of Indignation from the people of Frankfort that even the battered remnants of the late local machine could not afford to face In closing this review of some of the causes that led to the defeat of the Democratic State ticket the writer would like to state that the members of the City Committee and the large audience of citizens pres ental the convention should be congratulated for the good work they did for the success of the Republican party The members of the City Council find the Board of School Trustees should be congratulated also for accepting the nominations so fraudulently brought about Mr Meagher should be congratulated for getting himself elected School Trustee and the Republican party should also come In for a share of congratulations for the valuable aid It received from the Democratic ma chine of Frankfort and Franklin county In fact congratulations are In order all round OLD LINn DEMOCRAT LETTER TOlSANTACLAUS Dear Santa I thought I would write you a few lines My name and address Voila Alexander 30 Holmes street so you will be sure to not forget I would like to have a buggy piano and be sure get the stool candies mejand all of some VIOLA you have t J Iir OLD TAYLOR 1 tf THE PREMIER J J KENTUCKY W HiliS KEY i fI E H TAYLOR Jr SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky l J3rh Furs Gloves Hosiery Hand Bags Toilet Set- slIanicureSets W CARPETS IJ t j Am Ready To Make The Best PHOTOS And all sty of Portraits and Groups nt n now Gallery South Frankfort- Brllto St Cull on the Reliable Photo grapher H G MATTERN A Liquors and Where to Buy Thorn The Pure Food Law will nt affect us We always didI and always will sell nothing but Straight Liquors at GEO R SALENDEK 45 St Clair FIRE OUT AT GLASS WORKS Following the rtfmor that was last week to the effect that FrankfortModes Glass Works sborUy resume operations again the management on Monday morning last ordered the fires which ro had been banked under the glass withdrawn and the liquid glass remaining In the receptacle dipped out This was accordingly done and it now appears that the last hope of th factory starting up this winter has disappeared Only a large bunch of orders sufficient to exhaust the fin- Ished stock on hand and call for more would have the effect of plac ing the plant in operation again MORE L N IMPROVEMENTS Besides building an extensive system of switches at the new Union Depot the L N management have reconstructed the main track on Broadway from Lewis street to the new stAtion and the trackage with in tho city is now in splendid shape and tiptop condition The umbrella shed In front of the depot proper IsI about completed and preparations are now being made to clear off the plot that faces Ann street which will be sodded and decorated with shrubs and flowering plants when spring shall have arrived again Had the improvements to the sur roundings of the depot been com plated earlier In the season it was the intention of the city authorities to brick Broadway from Ann to High streets but on acocunt of bad weather which may be expected any day from this time forward It was wisely concluded to postpone until spring this finishing touch to the at tractiveness of the suroundlngs to a magnificent building erected by the great road whose twin ribbons of steel divide almost in half the the northern portion of the Capital the people of which are Justly proud of the new order of things RUMORS OF CHANGE IN POLICE FORCE The report Is still curenton the i streets that the city authorities will make some changes in the police force of the city of Frankfort w11e the first of January rolls round The report has It that two of the present force will be displaced and that another willrresign his position to enter a business career The writer dog not vouch for the truthfulness of th rumors spoken of but they have bJcome so persistent that they aro talnly worthy of mention and are ac cordingly given for what they oro BorthtoE t r t s Pillows Belts Shawls I S DUROC JERSEY BOARS FOR SALE J t I have a number of thoroughbred kFDuroc Jersey Boars ready for service for sale Apply to me at Switzer G W QUARLES Or at South Trimbles place where they are at present Nov 162m Fruit OwamentalJTrees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn sod Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on application IU F Hillenmeyer Sons Lexington Ky Oct 128m WantedGood country sage Apply IBowen Henry East Main street IhOct 26tf FmntfoneiofiiiDiiEg h The Midland Route t MINP T ArIp1I No81 No88 r IAM11DAILYEXUEt Ar Id 7i5 l7 r 6 0 53t 6 Stamping Ground i 6 f9 Duvall t 705 Johnlonto 80 247 712 f Georgetown 0 2fr I C 8 Depot f 12i Nowtown 8M Centerville 00s ftl 737 Elizabeth 2g 65 i S 747 Paris JunctnII 8 6 48 71A Arl Paris f Lv Connects at Georgetown Union Depot withQ ttO KentuckyCentral jilConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with B IN t dBETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA P M A iI Dh 1830 jLv Frankfort Arl 7 3 i5 Georgetown Arl 6 20 I itLvi BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINOIIZNAThiVU PARIS A M P M P M 716l6 20 3 Lv Frankfort Ar Lv Georgetown Ar Lv Paris Ar Ar Cincinnati Lv 65 h KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS Af aiAlii Jdanklon A Ill M17xJI 47P A Georgetown A WAjgaOF 25P A Paris La UP A Winchester L 709A 245P ISP 50A A MaysviUe L 545A115P ACyutlltana L 502P HP A Richmond tot A Cincinnati L2WrQUO B HARPER W HAYrPros andGenl Snpt G Aj= j ifCHANGE OF STREET CAR i SCHEDULEI r t Cars fForif G15a m and every 45 minuter i f it IFoCemetery Linen r 45 minutes 1t iV until 945 p m For Leestown Line 630 3 m and every 45 mlnutoatuntil 1015 p m CENTRAL KY TRAC CO SITHE FOR SALE Nice buggy mare and 1J steel tired buggy and harness B J Roberts Roundabout1 Office PranK fort Ky X I Ilorftt J t 1 i TUe Fraa tart 8aundanou Entered at the postoltlce at Frankfort Ked tucks as secondclass mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub Ij FRANKFORT DEC 211907J SUDDEN DEATH OF DR IRVIN CRAIG Our heart was shocked and sad dened on Tuesday morning when the news came to us that our friend and relative Dr Irvine Craig had died suddenly at his home in Versailles 1 Coon Wednesday afternoon Seldom has it been our privilege to a purer better man tha- Irvi lOW Craig Gentle kindly an Apure hearted he lived the religion he professed He was a devout and con secrated member of the Methodist Church and had been such from earlyboyhood He was a hard stu t dent a man of unusual attainments p and was conversant with almost every subject that comes up in the affairs of life One of the finest traits of his character was his straight forWard integrity and fearless up Tightness When he had made up his mind an to the right of any matter he went straight toward its accom i plishment Gentle and tender as a woman i4 under its shield there was the un h4 pending will to stand by the right as lie saw It 1He leaves a devoted wife one son one sister two brothers and a host of relatives and friends to mourn hla untimely end When We parted with him on Sun day evening he seemed in his usual r health and bid fair to live many l years We little reeked the sudden callBut his work is done and well done He has entered into the reward as sured to thost who are faithful unto t death The funeral took place on Thurs say morning and the remains were laid away In the family lot in the Versailles Cemetery To the sorely berett family we ten der the sympathy of one who loved their sainted delt1iDISTILLERIES TO START UP- SHORTLY The extensive plant of the GooT stagg Company better known as the 0 F C will start up for the season s run about January 15 and the Frank fort Distillery at the Forks of Elk horn will begin operations about the same time It Is understood that lacatedin full blast before the first of Feb ruary and hundreds of men skilled laborers and others will be employed for the winter season at the various plants rO H FRANKFORT BOY GETS GOOD 1POSITIONfi 1r Mr John Robinson of this city who has been employed at the Lake land Asylum for several months in the capacity of an attendant has re signed to accept a much better po sition with the College Hill Sanita rium at Cincinnati and has already entered upon the discharge of his duties Mr Robinson is a first class nurse and is sure to win success in hIs chosen vocation IRARE DERATEBIILI A local irian1 is possessor rare Confederate bill Which the writer had the privilege of examining a day or so since The bill is of th denomination of five dollars and ha 0I many unique features It bears date of September 2 1861 and is printed only on one side The paper wa originally white but age has given it AlthoughEpaper ago quality and has stood the ravages of time well In the top center of th note Is the figure of a female dressed In the costume of the olden times and on the left side of this likeness is the picture of afUll sail while on the righfl K bUUdln mafl Hsupposedly a a ware house In the Borner at iidappears several other figure 5s largeitcorner contains the figure of a man resting aginst what appears to be part of a ships equipment The top right hand corner is adorn d with the numeral Vwhile directly under neath is the figure 5 In a circle rudely engraved with a curious de sign n r MjpJjlJ Not the least features of the faded bank note are the In scriptions thereon On thE top mar gin of the bill Is the legend Re ceivable in payment of all dues ex cept export dues and on the lower margin the following Fundable In Confederate States Stock bearing eight per cents Interest Under date of Richmond Va September 2 is the promissory note printed on each side of the female figure It reads Six months after the ratification of a treaty of peace between the Confeder ate States and the United States and beneath this The Confederate States of America in large letters In the lower edges of the note appears the signatures of J H Hurus Register and R Rain Treasurer Taken a a whole it ls the most Interesting souvenir of the darkest days of the Union and the owner prizes Jt highly e IREAD THE AD Mr W A IUtkemeier offers rare bargains to his many customers in the advertisement which appears in today paper He is a clever and accommodating merchant reliable and prompt in his dealings REWARD UNIQUE OFFERED Bob Armstrong the clever and efficient night watchman at the O F C is the owner of a yellow horse whose fast gait and graceful has often caused comment In th city as he was driven over the var ious streets The horse isa stand ardbred trotter who comes from noted strain of sires and dams an has only one drawback his tall i bare of hair and all the efforts of the proud owner to bring forth a cropI have been signal failures will fna few days Issue a proclama tion offering a reward of 50 to b given to an one who shall remedy the defect and clothe the stub with the nepessary capillary attachment After this has been accomplished the owner of the handsome and speedy though tailless steed is confident that he Is capable of taking first prize as a roadster at any horse show in the landI Nursing baby Its a heavy strain on mother Her m is calledupon to supply- nourishment for two- Some form of nourishment that will be easily taken up by mothers system is neededScotts Emulsion contains the greatest possible amount of nourish ment in easily digested formJMother and baby are wonderfully helped by its use Kf ALL DRUGGIST AND 100 a odli jI BLACK CAKE FarmeriI Grandmammy makes the best black cakeII know you ever et An Ican tell you what to take For r most always sets An watch her mix it up an snake Some every chance I get She lets me crack the nuts an pick An seed the ralsln3 too 3An gee it almost mattes me sick That I cant eat a few But then she lets me scrape an lick The pans when she is through moregAn gets things out here from the store Au from the neighbors round =It takes a bal of thins I know rTo do it good an brown She gets a bushel bout I guess Of raisins figs an dates LAn cherries prunes annutsno leas Than flU up twenty plates An stirs em all up In a mess That dont loom good butwait i Th rescocoanutnn chocolate An salt an nuttlnmegs An butter cream an whisky straight An honey lard an eggs They say when I pass back my plate That boys got hollow legs She puts in sorghum lasses too An sugarthats a cinch An greenish bitter stuff like glue An pperjust a pinch IAn little things that smell like phew Like cats an rats an chinch I lowed I could but I alnt told Moren half whats in it yet Grandpa he says ef It was Isold You couldnt gin to got Onethird the stuffln cost in gold These here hard times he bet tensAn burns four cords of wood You watch it like a hatchln hen At least you oughter should But gosh a mightyl tell me when IYou et a thing so good December 14 1907 THE MAN OF THE HOUR At IMacauleys Theatre Louisville Christmas Week The muchtalked of play The Man of the Hourwill be presented for the first time in Louisville at Macau legs Theatre for one week beginning next Monday December 23 with matinees Christmas day and Saturday It is safe to say that no play on tie American stage of today has attained isenow in the second year of run at the Savoy Theatre New York City where It has all records for at fordcompanyspresenting It in Louisville enjoyed a run of over four months in Chicago it consists of such wellknown actors as Orrln Johnson who was last seen RoberteA Fischer of Way Down fame Harold Russell George C Stanley Thomas Melghan William Doming Samuel Forrest Bennett Southard Frank Russell Edward Cul ver and the Misses Frances Ring Mabel Van Buren and Kate Lester BroadhurstS play will be presented here under the management of Wm A Brady and Jos R Grismer whose production of Way Down East will be pleasantly remembered The Man of the Hour tells a throbbing love story of city life and is undoubtedly the greatest play of modern times There will be no advance in the usual prices of Macauleys Theatre and matinees will be given Christmas Day and Saturday COULD NOT HOLD POSITION intheseAs indicated columns a few weeks SInce Senator J Wv New man of the Woodford district has dis covered that he Is not eligible to the position of Secretary of the State Fair as he was a member of the Leg islature creating the office and a new election will be held when the State Fair Board meets in JanuarYf POWER OF POLICE JUDGE LIMITED The Court of Appeals has decided that tho powers of a police Judge are limited to the territory covered by tho town or city of which ho la an of fleer and do not extend beyond Pc P1enntJoAikk Laxative trj i1jIP J dI f Syrup- ijff t i ff + j ti ff NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION tj it M- Ask d Your Doctor J i 0ti t Iit And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines lYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure you of such symptoms aa Sick Headaches Neryousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Feeling etc t II Y 1HanyALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND SOcPER BOTTLE I tobacco Bellows Blowers r 7 1 F1VToes Forks Spades J 7 c Cradles and Fingers Cjk Scythes and Snatches 1 Ut rrl h Scythe Stones Wheelborro Thresher Machine Oil i I i TarpaulinsMo-nkey ri Wrenches t Pipe Sittings and Wrenches k i PMAM STAGtr f f i iJ 1 f J JIHardware t Jt l f fll Ei rilr it t I 1y I I J S- bI Bad symptomari The woman who has periodical head aches backache sees imaginary dark spots or specks floating or dancing before her eyes naa flawing or heavy lull feeling Intomach faint spells drag cingdown cling In lower abdominal or pelvic re oneally startled or excited arregul frorpalhful periods with or with J out catj from weaknl s san erangerp entsthatshould have a ya ention Notaliof above aymptoitoaoff atnolmc likely to bp present In any NcglpctoA or badly treated and such + run Into maladies which de man rea Ufe surgeons knife It they do not 0 edlclne e a itch ion 4n Jn a9 r r o me one ins such a sty P o n ngredieirtslcuown womans peculiar aliments enter Into Its orJ1abltCormlngdrug eachbottlewrapperany condition of the female system Dr s Prescription can do onlyoodnever harm Its whole effect to invigorate and regulate especiallythepelvicxanged in function or affected by disease digestionbecomo qfbadmuch must not be expected of this Fa Vorlte Prescription It will nqt perform medioperatingttibleavoided i Women suffering from diseases of long standing are invited to consult Doctor correspondenceisonfldentlal Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N DrPiercesMedicalAdvisarlooQpagos on onecent stampsrt = SOLUTION OF THE LIQUOR VV PROBLEM We publish the following by request setting forth the rlght course for saloon men to follow In the present contest between the forces of legal oontrbll and local option Had the course here advised been takenl years agono such strenuous fight would ever have been inado To the people of the United States v and to the Members pi the Legisla tures of Our Various StatesEActing upon the principle that men regulate their conduct largely in eportion to the rewards offered and theI ItV penalties inflicted we are disposed after the most careulconslderaUon of the matter to lay before our fel iv low citizens certain ideas which yK should be applied to the regulation t t3 iOtthe retail liquor business of this- A country and which we believe would 2 remove the evils connected with this JustlyIx The retail liquor dealer like any j vVV other man gravitates instinctively In obedience to unconsciously and 2 the immutable laws of trade toward l t that line of conduct which seems tot the substantial rewardspromise most l j and like other men he is oftimes perC I fiBuadedbeau seot the force of comb petition or obedience to the law vv t self preservation to dp things JIQ which he condemns at heart and J and1perchanceThis Is not peculiar to the retail fX liquor trade because investigations phavcshown that many great fortunes Itand many great franchises have been ulredbY questionable tiethodn 11t the saloonkeepefs shortcomings been pore extensively brought If before public notice than those of any 1J tJ other set of m6n and are mono In yjJ f evidence and to these shortcomings 01r rTie propose confining our suggestions R 4 Why do so many saloonkeepers vie i f5rilate law Because they find It profit r able or else because their competitors 11 M practically force thorn to violate law t If one manufacturer secures re tlobates from railroads his competitors- t t Im do likewise or else retire from stg1business rrTo protect honesty It must be re warded and dishonesty must be pu- nriebi3d t t VWe are all controlled by promises h q bt rewards for right conduct and tJpena1Ucsfor evil conduct and even would find it hard to ifa Inculcate religion If these factors were eliminated from the doctrines of it tip hlrchesi 1We would therefore urge that the following suggestions be embodied j In an act and passed by tho Leglsla fjrtureof your State for the regulation lof Saloons MODEL LICENSE LAW tFirstAll licenses now outstanding made permanent unless tallcql1edbY a vote of the majority of of the State county pre gl 1 duct or municipality fThoBo lIcenSes should bp transfer f f l- t at I LmlLtJmiLLp able from one to another as any other property Is transferred or left as a part of an estate as the good will of any other business may be left This form of license is similar to that enjoyed by all other lines of trade and if granted to the retail 111 quor dealers it will In our opinion remove them at imce from active par tlclpatlon in politics Under the present system the saloonkeeper Is al the mercy of the political boss and of the authorities elected or appointed for the purpose of issuing licenses each year and as long as this con tinues he must gf necessity remain an active factor In all political fights Second No license should be issued in the future until the proportion be1 comes not more than one for each of population and thereafter they tYOrlconvenlence good annual return to Government but it should not be excessive for several reasons principally because it encourages and in some cases al most compels the handling of impure liquors the sale of alcoholic bevej ages to intoxicated men and to mi nors and the violation of laws In regard to closing at certain hours etc If society Imposes upon the saloon keeper the saloonkeper will Impose upon society Fourth All licenses to retail liquors should be clear unambiguous con tracts between the State and the in dividual and they sbould provide that conviction In a circuit court first offense ot the violation of law should carry with it u thirty days suspension of the business of the licensee and the second conviction should work Immediate cancellation and furthermore that the holder could S never be licensed again to retail li quors In that State Fifth A penalty should be provIded- In all laws governing the retail liquor against any minor oV eighteen who represents himself to be of age in wider to procure intoxicants The Idea that is paramount in these suggestions Is to give as great value and security to a license as possible as to encourage the utmost obedience to the will of society as expressed In the laws on the statute books to remove liquor dealer from from politics by making his right to provide the immediate and inevitable cancellation of license upon comic ion of the violation of law It these suggestions are embodied Into law they will nt Interfere with any provisions that a State or a mu ilcipallty may choose to adopt for he regulation oC the liquor traffic but they will Insure the enforcement of these provisions by an automatic pro pegs The saloonkeeper will enforce the provisions because it will pay him so much better to obey law than p violate it To preserve valuable license as we have suggested from cancellation the saloonkeeper will be of all men most anxious to run in orderly place to refuse to sell to minors or inebriates and to close at the hour named by society We submit these suggestions with confidence to society beoause we be lave that they contain the solution of a problem before which this country has stood puzled for so many years tt they fail of the desired effect they will offer no obstacle to the enact ment of any other form of legislation L r iBADLY MIXED UP Abraham Brown of yinterton N Y 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 them helped me so many advised tryIng Electric Biters which are restoring me to perfect he 1thOne bottle did me more good than all the live doctors prescribed Guaranteed for blood poison weakness and all stomach liver and kidney complaints tbrall druggists 5Qc e a RESIGNED SURVEYOR3HIP Judge WG DearIng Surveyor of the Piprt at Louisville has resigned his position to accept that of Assist ant General Counsel of the L N Railroad to succeed Mr T B Harrison Jr- Judge Dearing was also a law part ner with Gov A E Willson He made a firstclass and efficient Surveyor of the Port and is besldp one of the cleverest and most genial ofgentlemenHis oncarrles a larger Salary and is more in accord with his tastesI qs4 t t rLIt J BIG FLEET LEAVES ON ROUND THE WORLD TRIP The fleet of sixteen of the most powerful warships 6f the U S Navy letf Hampton Rhodes on Monday after a special review by President Roosevelt for a round the world trip The fleet was In command of Rear Admiral Fighting Bob Evans The fleet consisted of the following vessels CommanderInchlefRea Admiral Robley D Evans Connecticut flagship of Comman derinchief 16 tons Captain Hugo Osterbaus Lieut Commander Robert ghieerI Capt RIch- ard Kansas 16000 tons Capt Charles E 16000 tons Capt William P Potter Rear Admiral William H Emory Commander Georgia flagship 14948 tons Capt Henry McCrea Virginia 14948 tIsiJtcapt Seastou- Schroeder New Jersey 14948 tons Capt Wil liam H H Southerland Rhodes Island 14848 tons Capt Jas B Murdock Second Squadron Third Division Rear Admiral C M Thomas Com wander Minnesota flagship 16000 Capt John Hubbard Ohio 12500 tons Capt Charles W Bartlett Maine 12500 tons Capt Giles B Barber Missouri 12500 Capt Greenleaf A Merriam Fourth DivisionRearAdmiral C Sperry Commander Alabama 11525 tons Capt Samuel eneyck Veeder illlhols 11525 tons Capt John M Boyer Kearsage 11525 tons Capt Hamilt ton Hutchins Kentucky 11525 tons ICapt W C pwles Fleet Auxiliaries Culgoa supply ihlp 5725 tons Lieut Commander John B Paton Glacier supply ship 7000 tons commander William S Hogg Panther repair shIp 3380 tons Commander V S Nelson Yankton tender 975 tons Lieut Walter Ghefhard WILLNOT RUN AGAIN Notwithstanding his repeated as ertlons that he would not seek or accept a nomination for a third term many persons believed President Roosevelt would finally succumb to the pressure He has put a finality upon such things by Issuing an order absolutely forbidding any officeholder from engaging In any movement of that kind and reasserting his determination not to run IOXODJABean 8lgaatnro of J II Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Then the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system has been shattered the use of deadly drugs there is nothing to equal Dr Miles Nervine in restor lug it to health and normal activity I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles storative Nervine has done for me that I must tell it for that part of humanity that suffers as I have During the three I suffered from I found morphmeToself as it was the only thin that would give ease and now who point with scorn at hlne how could when in thingthatwas a terrible habit and I knew of its grasp but 1 never fully realized its signify cance until I had used it a number of months Oh the misery of being addicted to such a habit I resolved and there to quit it and resolved Lwould never be a slave to such demon About this time I happened to notice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine adver tised and ordered a bottle After using five bottles I can truthfully I am of osing morphine Now however much per sons nay it God is witness I am cured This testimonial is unsolicited but I feel it to it for the benefit of the- sufferfngMkrriE PiUtUPS Prescott Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tIe Dr free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dx Wiles Medical Co Elkhart lad tn1 11 NNiN NNc N iN n The Kind You Have Always fought and which has been 1 lit use for over SO years has borne the signature of 6 and has made his sonal supervision itt perIAllow one deceive you 1ECastoria Is a substitute for Castor Oil Pare ti 1 gone Drops and Soothing S psIt is Pleasant ItIcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nareo o v substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind It relieves Teething roubles cures Constipation 04JtfYSThe Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend I GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS J c S Bears Signature ofjl n f 0 R j Ii t I s p The Kind Yon Have Always Bought t- In Use For Over 30 Years y runty cn cRT ijiff lljJ r THE BEST BBEflD I ii IS MADE FROM rfJ PRIDE OF MADISONi FLOUR ttrJ7 Il yoI j ASK YOUR GROCER j Hay Straw Salt Seeds Potatoes and Produce ll i 1 Call On HEISE 8ONSij ST CLAIR STREET t Both Phones I 1mri GosbjPatent AirTight Baker and Heateri i r IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in the housernaking it cozy The busy anythingfromChristmas turkey Still it looks as neat as any made It is airtight and a great fuel saver Thousands are be ing sold Thousands of housekeepers are enthusiastic Fine Cast Iron and bottoms making it last for years repairs Made only by UNION STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA Trial Catarrh treatments aro mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine WIsTheso tests are proving to the peoplewithout a pennys cost tho great value of this scientific prescription known to druggists ovoryv hero ta Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by Capitol Pharmacy J y riII J L been under since no to in Colic the fI JI For heater without being IT HEATSAND r J COOKS TOO f d1heand Economical Stove for the J M I Home Ever Made Thousands of men and women la aU walks of life are suffering front f kidney and bladder troubles Dontineglect your kidneys Delays arefdangerous DoWitfs Kidney and sl Bladder Pills afford kulcte relief foe t all forms of kidney and bladder trout f ble A weeks treatment 25o Sold by South COJI i i i iljiC Jv 4 I l iI ts rFdtuj- otW p MiI CHR1ISTMASSAIISFACT1ONIs the greatest when you buy presents that will give the longest satisfaction For months our expett knowledge and delicate thought v have been utilized in investigating the of the leading manufacturing jewelers and silversmiths We have brought td you the cream of the offering of Dependable Christmas Wares IIElAL eQLIIAY4 QcXID Every thing in Watches + Diamonds Jewelry Silverware Cut Glass- Noreltles v lMTA SELBERT JEWELEDR IL1iFYOU BUY IT AT ITS GOOD i r DRM i LES ANTIPAIN PiLLS j FOR rP fiFdachei Loo fi NEURALGIA x SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHE tiPAtN IN CHEST DISTRESS IN STOMACH rYSLEEPLESSNESS MARRIES HOGEBENSONIn Staunton Va today Mr Gaunter Hoge of this city and Miss Katherine Caldwell Ben r son of Staunton will be married If Mr Hoge is a valued employe of- i the HogeMontgomery Shoe Co and i is a fine young fellow His bride is teald to be one of the sweetest and most attractive girls of farfamed Staunton They wilt make their home in this McityGREGORYCOLLIS Lexington on Tuesday Mr Cleburne Gregory and Miss Sara Collis were married by Rev Mark Collis of the Christian ChurchMr Gregory Is a successful news paper man at Henderson and a brother of Mrs R G Higdon of this city His bride Is the handsome y daughter of Rev Mark Collis the of ficiating minister In this county on Thursday Mr John T Sebree and Miss Clara B Metz were married by Ret D L Stucker PAIrVL Pain in the heed pain anywhere has Its canna Un la is DroveItberhascreated littleffnketableti hat tabletcalled Dr Shoops Headache Tablet centersItathough safely it surely equal1Zei the bloo circa lAtlon pressureIfUle If yon are sleepless restless nenrcus its blood congestion blood pressure That surely is a stoPitthe pressure UDDatumIDlood and doesnt It get red and d Of course it does Its con painIDr Shoops t ti Headache irltTablets L it CAPITOL PHARMACY i J iitA t CITY COUNCIL NIGHTFMONDAY The regular r meeting of the City Council Is scheduled for Monday t01beforce for the ensuing two years will be chosen and other maters of more or less Interest to the welfare of the people and the city considered andt acted upon On this account will doubtless be a full attendance of the members and the galleries should be filled to overflowing with an audience of representative citi zens of the town Another effort may be launched at this meeting to have the Council en act an ordinance whereby the stock sales will be forbidden at the corner of Main and St Clair and it is understood that a number of promi nent ladies will be present to urgeI by addresses and otherwise the pas sage of such legislation Whether they will Succeed in their e deavorsJ or not is a question yet to termined as this same body of doughty city lawmakers only reo cently turned down a delegation from that great and allpowerful ag gregation of progressive citizens known as the champion lunchgivers and excursionpromoters of the agel on the same proposition Of course we refer to the Frankfort Business Mens Club Will the ladles succeed in abating a nuisance where mem bers of the sterner sex were corn pelled to write failure It remains to bo seen 500 REWARD OFFERED FOR CONVICTION OF EACH NIGHTI RIDER Gov Wlllson has offered a reward of 500 for the arrest and conviction of those guilty of the outrages com mitted at Hopklnsvllle in the burn ing of warehouses shooting up of housdsand beating ot a tobacco buyer riet L f i vTAKE UNr tile Tablets ANDTHE PAIN is GONE BERTHS POSEYIn Lawrenceburg on Fri day night Judge J M Posey aged 75 years Judge Posey was the father of Mr W H Posey of this city He was an honorable upright gentleman of the old school He had filled a num beer of positions of usefulness among that of Stamp Deputy Collec and County Judge of Anderson county He was a lawyer by profession He leaves a large family of sons and daughters to mourn a good man gone TINSLEYrIn this city on Tuesday Mrs Anna Tinsley widow of the late Mr J H Tlnsley aged about 60 years Sirs Tinsley was the daughter of the late beloved Mr John H Vaughan She was a modest gentle refined Christian womana member of the Baptist Church She had a widow ifor many years She leaves one daughter Mrs Anna Armstrong of this city two sons John and Church Tinsley of New Orleans La two brothers and two funeral services were con ducted on yesterday by her pastor Rev Dr M B Adams and the re mains were laid away In the family lot In out cemetery CHRISTMAS DINNEDFOR POOR THE The local corps of the Salvation Army have their collecting pot in po- Sition at the corner of Main and StI Clair and hope should they receive sufficient encouragement from those people whp are able to contribute to a cause so worthy to be ltblp to give a good Christmas dinner to between three and five hundred poor people This charitable design is a most admirable one and those who help to bring it to a successful consummation will bo amply rewarded by the fine feeling that always comes after a good act s 10j- Y V + Headquarters for Gorham Sterling Silverware j Silver Plat ed Hollow Ware 1847 f Rogers Pros Knives Forks and Spoons 8 day half houi strike r flack Enameled Iron Case JUST LIKE Sour ONLY 8ELBERT8 SEBREEMETZ 1 o If you 1 TryOne L 4Thbad Aftereffects 7 w i E h k 1t 25 Doses tt 25 Cents l Never Sold in Bulk f jf f Louisville I Htiantic Bailwau EAST ioUND DAILYEXCEPjTrains leave yule and am and at 1200 WEST BOdND SUNDAY DAILY EXCEPTI Trains troniBeattyVl le and inter mediate points arrive at Versailles at 1030 a m and 530 p ON SATURDAYS ONLY Train leaves Versailles for Richmond and Intermediate points at 730 p m ON SUNDAYS ONLY Train leaves Richmond for Versailles and intermediate points at 415 p mIThe L A and the Traction Line affords excellent service betw Frankfort end Nlchofasvllje inch mond Irvine Beatyville and interme- dIate points For further Information addrawi Hn SMITH G P2L Versailles Ky Oct 5ly For Weal- kKidneysInflammation of the blad der urinary troubles and backache us- eDeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills WeeksfTreatment O J3WXTT 6 CO Chicago IlL IE by South = Co j 600t1Ii hav- eHeadache Chesapeake Ohia R ye Schedule in effect Nov 17 1907 sob ject to change without notice I r t t Limited for Louisville Nashville Neil phis West and Southwest Ij 940 A Hand G15 P M Dailf L Limited r Fer Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old II Potat and Norfolk 1015 AM and 746 P V DallyI 2lyrSfj CONSUMPTIONS WARNINQ Inside facts soon become evident la aymptomLDa G G GREEN CJThe aid of scientific inventions is B to determine whether luni 1readily tcanl JISymJrough even if dread consumption h leidonehopeless rises of lung trouble JNer bottles 250 Regular 750 At all dmggistar IjJ For Mle by J WGar1J 4 J i 0 a ciY f t jI Ii l Wl + I i J F i TOYS TOYS FOR SANTA CLAUS I r i p Something Worth the giving Rochester SilverNickled Ware Rog ers Silver Plate Ware Complete Line Cut Glass Line SpecialrPrices Musical Instruments Finest Line in the CitytAbout 250 Patterns in Pearl and Stag Handles Carving Sets Prices 125 to X900 in Pearl Silver Ivory and Stag ladles And our Toytt dine is Complete Irish Mail Auto Express cc facers Auto r mobIles Coasters Sleds Air Rifles PP ritfr B G S OWSR 1za307309 Main Street Hardware MerchantsBoth Phones t1 TIiiuS i RELIGIy- I ASCENSION EPISCOPAL OHURCH Rev A B Chlnn the rec Itor will conduct the services 11 a m Morning Prayer and Ser r i axon 730 p m Evening Prayerse 930a Im Sunday school Inthe chapel Wednesday evening prayer at 730 p m The public genorally invited to at vendFIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ReT Jr M B Adams the pastor wili breach at 11 am and 730 p m tirSundayschool at 945luthe cha- peltBaraccaa st class at 945 a m taught by the pastor- Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 630 p Prayermeeting Wednesday evening r at 730 In tho Chapel Christmas entertainment in the JhaJtfIon Friday evening At 7 oclock Everybody cordially invited Seats 4 tree CHRISTIAN CHURCH Her C R i t Hudson the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m t Sundayschoolat 945 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will jlj fmeet in the chapel at 645 p mcThe jChristraiU entertainment will VJbe ti Giving c ne when the childrenD tI1 ll bring gifts to be sent to t e orE phans Home It will be held at lonChristmas Eve Prayermeeting on Wednesday even- Ing at 730 oclock In the ChapeL l VIEverybodY invited HURHRtW Father lajorrector will conduct I followst r Low Mass at 730 a m mim Vespers and prayer at 730 p m I L FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH l f Christmas Praise Services will be Il1eld In this church Sunday morning l anti evening i j In the morning at 11 am too it choir will sing Dudley Bucks well mown Cantata The Coming of the 4 King under the direction of Miss 11ct Harriett McClure t At the evening service at 730 p olo in anthems will be 11EDarkness Jones 2The Heavenly Message 0 W il Ij Coombs J 3TheSt r of the Orient Shelleyn tho King Homer Bart- lettIiJJ r Sundayschool will moot at 945 l oclock ttThe Young Peoples League l at 645 oclock Mr J Paul tjameet wily read u second paper on it The History of Presbyterian Mli l blons in Korea will be welcome at pack ser l irrIYou OHUROH ROT J J tt q j IIIM Fssf 011aTho Sundayschool a tBrick House entertainment for the at 330 Christmas Eve Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at 780j- BJverybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wra Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a mand 730 p Young Peoples Society at 7 p no Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening 730 p mIEverybody invited to attend BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday school at 330 oclock p m THORN HILLThere will be Sun dayschool every Sunday afternoon in the schoolhouse at S oclock p m CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENT FOR FIRST PRESBYTERIAN SUNDAY SCHOOLS The First Presbyterian Sundayschool hopes to eclipse all formen years in its Christmas cele iratlon this year The scholars of the Leestown Mis sion have been invited to join the school In a Joint celebration on Christmas evening December 25 t5 oclock Arrangements are being with the Patron Salat of the to furnish a tree as well as- a treat and gift for every scholar of both schools ssSUDDEN AND AWFUL DEATH On Thursday afternoon about 4 Iclock Mr W H Netherton a bricklayer residing on the West Side was instantly killed by falling headfore most through the elevator shaft in the big office building and warehouse- of Messrs W A Gaines Co at No 315 Main street this city It seems that Mr Nethe ton Mr R A Brawner and Mr J W Gra lam jr had been at work on the third floor of the building and bay ing wound up their work Mr Nether ton concluded to ride down on the 4evator in place of going down Jie tops He started the elevator nd did not notice that it had gpne iboye the floor he was on until it had passed He then attempted to Teach hecheck rope lost his balance and1 lunged down the shaft to rote floor of the basement breakingI his nock fracturing his skull broko me leg and both arms but strange to say the skin was not broken except a small gash on the head M r1 Bra wrier and Mr Graham So soon as the accident happened rushed down the steps to the basement and reach exUnct11lpassing wasp instantly summoned but foundthat nothing could be done as life wasextinct Mr Nothertpn was about 53 years daughIterson Ho was an Industrious and upright I + IIILP TtIE CHILDREN tHandsome Prizes SF t i t Little girls trying for the Bucks juniorrange and otKer prizes may receive Kelp rr i ri from any one family or friends t Thecontest will close on December 211907 at 12 oclock j hard to win r rr Yqu havent much time now you must work Watch for our closing ad whichwill tell you l to send your adsJ 7 i You may be the yin4erkeep tr ff v l i1ri i y g Karpen Leather Couches t45qto 6000 i u Beautiful Line Wicket Rockers 275 to 1500J1 I t r R Hcijers Sons at jf man a fine mechanic Lilted His sudden and terrible shock to The singular part of Mr Netherton who abloto walk on the platforms with death in this way he been parties vator not to try to ufYMSINwrMrimryrrmany Wo have known j aM 2t YNMYw 4w 3 fl Free ow in had years and esteemed and wholeso iled diSPOSi1 and independence of leaves one brother rind one sis besides his daughter to moun untimely end sympathy is extended to this family a C O CHANGE C O is now running a spec to Louisville when the train the East Is more than one hour insuringgall conectlpna GEO W BARLEY D P A 1 i i 1 KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS 1 WITH Dr1Kings New Discovery IlfO COLDS OUCHS PRICE + 9100Trial 1 AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES G4UAANTEED 8ATIBPAOTO- OB MONEY REldUNDED- tII t J m I r i SIFTS THE MEN LIKEt j tj tiBATH ROBEStSMOKING JACKETSt fi DRESS SUIT CASES I BAGS jJ COLLAR AND CUFF BAGS 70 lF NCYVETSt MUFFLERS tr TIESi1rj J a 3 f i GOOD NEWS Many Frankfort Readers Have Heard and Profited Thereby God news travels fast and the tliousands of bad back sufferers In Frankfort are glad to learn that prompt relief within their reachI IMany a lame weak and aching back Is bad no more thanks to Doans Kid g ney Pills Our citizens are telling the good news of their exeperience with the Old Quaker Remedy Here an t sayS While I did not personally Doans Kidney Pills I highly r c9m1 mend tLem tor the great relief they afforded my older daughter who had always suffered from weak back ever since a child On acount of this condition was at times most imposl lbl for her lift anything Accom panying this weakness there was also a difficultY with the kidney secretions which was very annoying and dis tressing I learned about Doans Kidney fms and procured them for her at Gayles drug store She took them directed and they helped her in fery way Her back felt very much beter and stronger and the trouble with the secretions was li greatly relieved My youngest daugh ter complained a great deal of her i back hurting her and her kidneys did r not seem to be working properly I gave her Doans Kidney Pills and the resuitg in her case were also most by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents forth United States Remember the name Doansrand take no other o SPLENDID J Teachers holding State county certificates and others desiring to teach who are over sixteen years of age and can pays examination in the common school branches satis factorily may have an opportunity e free tuition in the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School at Richmond ICy by applying to County Superintendent J0 Jones on or before the first day of January 1908 This offer holds good to at least as many itwenty In addition to the Above each- J4 f ti4N r r4t J t Essential In the first place roinfortable in the second lace Either bath r bei Ijsmoking jacket gift not to Ue excelled Especially strong line at 500 anl on up ti t usually handsome robe at 15 and 20 4 Oji ira Irhandsome piece Of leather goods is an aristocratic remembrance and from solid leather case at 500 up to luxurious Likly cases and bags at15 to 22 thereis variety any one of which will make the man feel that his Christmas is worth whiles IIJFor the man who travels much these are indispensable Made of various handsome leathered ranging in price from 1 to 3 They keep collars from soiling and cause them to occupy very little spaceriL t1 Several patterns in brown woelens which will be sure to please the younger men They add V l t a touch to the costume impossible with the ordinary Vest 4 and SIS i f ist5rhen there are slippers shirts socks umbrellas sSilk suspenders any pf J r valued present and the prices on which are modest If the f mans gift comes from McGlures its right t i1g R K McCLURE Si SONS J IINCORPORATEDa It is y is ptuse it tq 0 as satisfactoryFor A uCATIONALI or I an R aplicants exceedingly is a a a f K county Is entitled to four appoint ments to the Normal Department of State College at Lexington Ky These later apointments are made on competitive examination and are ten able for one year appointees re ceiving traveling expenses once going and coming if they remain ten con secutive months These students have access to all the other courses of Study without payment of fees viz Physics Botany Biology Chemistry pOliucallIEconomy Saturday December Clst Is the date of examination for State College apointments at the office of County Superintendent This is the last op portunity for appointment to State College this term since the law requires appointments tq be made prior to December 31st E R JONES A DANGEROUS 6DEADL SuptI That sometimes terminates fatally is the stoppage of liver and bowel func tions To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sensations Dr Kings New Life Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed absolutely satisfactory in every case or money back at all drug stores 25c e a SOMEWHAT OF A BOOMERANG Our able and astute friend Editor Breckinridge of the Lexington Her aid has been arguing ag to the responsibility for the lawlessness which hasV existed at Hopkitfsvllle and states that the prime responsibility for the same falls upon the Republican officials of that county oomerangIfleers a won County Judge and County Clerk are Republicans while the Sheriff and County Attorney are i Democrats Now brother who is responsible ac cording to your argument 1 IPLEAsE TAKE NOTICE ISOle one 4s sending a copy of the Roundabout each week to Hiiro S M Smith 2027 Brooklyn tAm Kansas City Mo which seems to be the wrong address as the department keeps sending us orders to change the address to 2228 Park Aye Ajo tio not know the party and yiKA t r 0 1 BENSON MrJ J Hulette has been somewhat indisposed this week Mrs Jared Moore who has been very ill is able to be out again IMr John Edge and daughter Miss were the guests of Mrs Sam Lacefleld Sunday Mr and Mrs Preston Wpdeand children Mrs Will Bodkin nd son Master Roy were the guests of Mrs Will HamltonSunday Born In this county December 3 to Mr Dolan Hoover and wifea sonIMr and Mrs Frank Bodkin and children who have been visiting rejji tives here have returned to their home at Forest Ill Night riders called on Mr Sam Lacefleld one night last week advis ing him to pool his tobacco Rumor has it that there was thirty or more in the band Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to the Roundabout and its readers far and near Mr Chester Lacefleld and Miss Edyth Edge were the guests of their sister Mrs Sam Lacefleld Sunday Master toy Bodkin who has been very ill is Improving Dr Goodrich is the attending physician Mrs Will Armstrong of Bridge port is ill of pneumonia BENSONITE = H Are you having trouble with your kidneys There are lots of people to day who wonder why they have pains across the back yhy they are tired and lacking in energy and ambition Your kidneys are wrong They need relief without delay Take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills they are for weak back inflammation of the bladder backache and weak kidneys Sold by South fit Co SELLS FARM Capt J M Petty of the F 0 Railway Co sold his farm on nay to Mr Roy Jpuett The plac cpnntains about 126 acres of good land and is situated near Switzer The price paid was private a Dewitts Carboiized Witch Hazel Salve dont forget the name and lac DeWIttslItS8r j Jt CS r i LEXINGTON EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY SUMMARY OF TIMETABLE t IEFFEOlrVE NOVlS 1907 WIEASTBOUND WEST f No2 NoI No Dally Stations No 8 Daily Ex Sundt Mia DolI Daily Mi Prd AI P M tStLeave LeaveI Arl Ar 785 Lexington tco 17j7 0 6060 81B 955tWinchester 62820 825 LEJuncttonr Iior tV f9t2 400 Clay 485 910 4104 Stanton 815 Utf 988 440 0 mpton Junction 8i7 467i7 Torrent i7 780 341 1017 618 6J BoattyylHo Junction L 62 707 8OmG1085 587 e 1043 645 Athol 640 252 I 115 P10 O K Junction 1120 C16 9J Jackson 4 I 2s L E Junction Trains Nos and 8 wul make connections with 0 0 the fthe Mountain OeaJUnCtIOninSNOSl28and4WmconnootW1thCan ptOn Trains No and will nnectlonat BeattYvlU jIeattYVllle JunctIon Junct with LAforpaseen erstoandfromBeattyvllle Trains OSB and connect with the O K By for d O4x K Junction stations onthe0K Rr W 1 MoDOWELL 6HABLKS SCOTT General tOHIONo No pfMlA M Lye P M Lye AMAr IPMAr 0 080 285 Jackson 890 1120 0 B26 280 OK Junction 885 1126 1 tin 8m1C Wllhurst 417 1162 ii880 152 Hampton i 480 1158 18 750 128 Lee City 610 1223 trt I Noa and will make close connection at O a K Junction with Nos 8 and Mnr points on the Loxingtop and Eastern Railway M L pONUKi Superintendent Ii THERE JSA GREATER DEMAND FOR High Grade Vehicles T1 I i Than ever before The public have at last come to the tJ conclusion that a CHEAP vehicle is DEAR at any tfprice Our works strictly hand made and is sold under a guarantee that means something If you want a veh leithat isfirstcl and will giye pprfect satisfaction drop c We know we can rYteopportunity to discuss the matter with your- f CT z c IIit eerarrL Co V Illl KY V H WTARD residentIt t I i Jjt WI I 0 M BRoW ING Sec and Treas iL t1rf tl t Ii r ii t 101 r