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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Kpwv IHE FBAMFOKT IOUTOAEOFT dm j II GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPEKrDtiVOTEI LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance ti JIOL XXXI IFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DECEMBER 28 1907 o No I J I11 r REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING 1The now city council met for the I in regular session Monday evening and transacted a considerable amount of business which darn e up before the meeting petition was received from M C j A oyntz for permission to erect a one story cottag4 on Holmes street to cost 400 Referred Cot Noel Gaines petitioned th council to correct his city assessment which Included 600 and stated that he hadi no such amount of money Permission was given Frnn Morris to build a frame house o r Main street The building committee of the council will pass latcr on the ques tion of permitting B T Gudgell to erect a store room on Conway between Third and Fourth streets City Clerk Polsgroves monthly report which was read shOwed that there was a cash balance In the treasury of 754131 rThe report of tho city court which was also read disclosed the fact that the receipts for that department dur wereInew were n announced by Mayor Hume Bridge Newman Rossen and Welt t zei anId Newman Charity Hardie Simpson and Con Iigleton Rossen Bridgeford and Trip lett Gas and Electric LIghtWeitzel jBridgeford and Collins Hall llins Montgomery and Triplett HealthDOmaree Weitzel and j Triplett LicenseSimpson Bridgeford and WI Rossen Ordinancescongleton Deinaree and Hardie ppliceKenney Hardie and Mont gomery Printing Simpson Hardie and Newman SchoolrMontgoinery Kenney and Simpson b StreetsCongleton Demaree and Collins JWater Brldgefbrd Demaree an HouseTriplett Congleton r r r and Collins Grievance Weitzel Simpson New i man and Demaree The police force at present composed together with the present fir chief were then elected for the en J suing two years There had bee rumors of a change on the polic 1force for several months past but I the action of the Mayor and council- proved It groundless Nr The special board of supervisors appointed by the council some tim since to revise the delinquent tax t list tendered their report In it was held that the MasonFoard re Company owed the city a consider rvable sum In the way of taxes as di 4olsQ the llinols Insurance Co I twas ordered that the corporations sx ludpd to be required to pay the sum due to Tax Collector Dudley Richard i sri r J Mrt T West appeared and made lti 1J a strong plea for the abolition of f Tstock sales on the corner of Main 1l and St Clear streets on county court tir dry and the matter was taken uuder advisement for action at a later date City Engineer Robert Frazier sub quitted that Me level of the paver- e tosr of the improvements recently made by the L N at tORt point Rey ferred A member of the council suggested that It would be a good idea to have SOme of the trees and many dead branches aemoved jfrom the North side of Broadway from Ann to High W11l1bobrought V Mayor Hume submitted a con tract with Scott Goins the well Z known contractor to make certain t improvements to the Interior of the Capitol Theatre the remuneration for t r Isuch being placed at 1000 The refused to confirm this con tract and the matter was placed In the hands of the hall committee with power to act Mrs Eva Lutkemelcr was granted permission to erect a cottage on Holmes street after which the ad journment was lad until the next regular meeting night atomtyou feel it is not in good order as Is evidenced by mean headaches belchnnsnpeclally 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 preparation of natural digestants corn bined with vegetable acids and it con tams the same juices found in every healthy stomach Kodol is guaranteed to give relief It is pleasant to take It will make you feel fine by digesting what you eat Sold byI South Co HENRY COUNTY FARMER MEETS SUDDEN DEATH John Chisholm a tenant farmer who resided near New Castle In Henry county was found with his neck broken and life almost gone early Christmas morning beneath a county bridge on the New Castle and Drennon turnpike He died shortly offer being discovered winthout re gaining consciousness Ghishblm spent Christmas Eve in Frankfort and it Is said drank too much before he departed from the Capitol for Ills Henry county home Evidently he fell from the bridge while in a state of intoxication a state of affairs that was doubtless resppnsible for his broken neck and subsequent death GOOD TIDE IN THE KENTUCKY fAS If in answer to the wishes of the mill men of Frankfort and vici nity who were running low on timber the rains of Sunday and Monday which appear to have been general in character caused a considerable e swell in the Kentucky river and the tidedIs prevailing In the timbered sections of the mountain country It is understood that there is an abundance of timber all ready to be 1outwhen the necessary water Is available and that there will be no dearth of sup plies for the lumber manufacturles of this city when the logs are set in Irvinenonethe Kentucky FINE STRINGS HCAUGHT nighecreep to run out early Monday and Nestdprodbasstmongrelsswere a size they were yet of sufficient weight to render thorn just right for the table e PYTHIAN BANQUETo Dexter Lodge KnightaofYlythlas of this city are preparing for a big time on the evening of the second Friday of January A banquQt will be given at the Castle Hall in Odd Fellows Temple and many visiting Knights from neighboring cities will be In attendance for an occasion that promises to prove a most enjoyable one for all those concerned NINETY DAYS FOR THEFT John Richardson colored was tried before County Judge Pdlsgrove Satur day last on the charge of stealing clothing from a room mate found guilty and sentenced to three months at hard work on thetcounty roads Dr Wearer Treatment QrtaparfleettubloodCnratohsa4eldtiuaptio1 iiit tJ M JI U HONEST FARMER 1THHOWARD H FARMER Who Is it chews the rag and beefs About the Corporation thdefsv And ways and deeds impure About the shabby measly tricks That men do do to get more nicks Who says the sea and hell betwix Is just about his sort o fix The honest farmer Sure Who Is it calls himself a sheep Amongst the wolves that prowl and leap In predatory glee A lamb before the shearers dumb Unable to lift toe or thumb A dog that begs the fallen crumb Who it Is claims all this begum honest farmer He CiThe Yet who is It gets up fore day hayIneforetheOr sells you dew so much per ton On oats and hay and calls you one To even question what he done I say who Is the wicked son The honest far Shmum Who It Is makes the railroad pay Three hundred for a horse which say Go get the tax books quick Hes down at fifty dollars set Iand Pet Four horses at two hundred yet Who is it now begins to sweat Thehonest farmer Wow There 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 SENATOR BLACKBURN TO VISIT FRANKFORT ExSenator Joe Blackburn announ ces that he will arrive in Kentucky about January 1 and will be the guest of the Louisville Commercial Club on that date It Is understood that on his way to his old home at Versailles ho will stop over In Frank fort to greet many warm friends who are among the citizens of the Capital Senator Blackburn was always a great favorite In the Capital City and the announcement of his proposed sojourn here will be received with much pleasure EMPLOYERS OF LABOR GENE ROUS On Christmas Eve each of the em hilltand the Capital Gas and Electric Light Company were presented with a large fat turkey These two firms make it a point each year when the Christmas holiday arrives to treat their employes thus and their action in this regard is always highly appreciated by the men NEW COAL MINES TO BE OPENED UP Covlngton capitalists who have leased extensive tracts of coal land In Bell county will immediately pro ceed to develop them and Begin the mining of coal which it is sail abounds there in large quantities and Is of a first rate quality Kentucky is fast forging ahead as a coal producing State and will soon be abreast of the best of them- BANKRUPTCY t PETITION FILED Gus Frey a Lexington merchant filed a pVtltloij in bankruptcy In the Federal Court in this city Saturday through Attorney Crawford The outstanding liabilities of the petitioner wore placed at the sum of 94903 while the available assets were given as nmpuntlng to 49860 Dr weavers Syrup and Cerate Sucewsf ul treatment for blood sad skin dlMMW rLI Ul Special Sale of WOMENS SUITS AT CI KAGIN8 BROISaCome and get your choice of a stylish assortment of Tailored Suits at a bargainK G IRGIRfNO 4148 IT CLAIR ST AT BRIDGE FRANKFORT KY j ANOTHER FRANKFORT BOY MAKES GOOD Mr Wm T Reading Jr of Fort Smith Ark Is at home with his parents Mr W T Reading Sr and Reading is Chief Inspector Wes tern Railway Weighing Association and Inspection Bureau and is making good as a first class officer He is looking unusually well and says he is enjoying fine health and his post tion at the thriving Arkansas city We are certainly glad to see him at his old home again MISS NOURSES GERMAN Miss Nourse entertained with a german at the Coliseum Friday in honor of Miss Page The affair was largely attended and was one of the most successful held during the sea son A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr ShoopatCough Cure And it is so thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tells mothers everywhere to give it without hesitation even to very young t babies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems 6f a lunghealing f mountainous shrub furnish the cura tive properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sore and sensitive bronchial memy 1f1 branes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or supt f press Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the Doctor uses The Sacred Herb t Always demand Dr Shoops CoughtCure Sold by Capitol Pharmacy CA STORI lBears ISignature I7Yf i Just Received I ni 1 Another Lot of the Famous s McGREWM SHINGLES i ar l HAMMONMCO f J 4t tt I i WEITZELS BIG CLOAK SALE Ii ALL 0WR h W j Ladies MiS and Childrens Cloaks I f Are on sale at the loweSWhit price Come now while you can o get your size J I- l We have a splendid almanac for you free t t m it I CJaAFlL E J wrniii J t PERSONALMr J Swigert Taylor is In Chicago on businessMiss Ralley Is visiting 1IIssI Esther Holbrook at Owenton Miss Ella Haly has returned from a visit to Mends In Lexington Prof J Boyd Scearce of Nlcholas Tllle was a visitor here Saturday Mr Adolph Wells has returned from a stay at French Lick Springs Judge T R McBeath left Saturday for a visit to his home at Leifchfleld Miss Nell of Somerset Is tht guest of Miss Lilian Nell on the South Side Mr C J Porter of Boston Mass is the guest of his uncle Judge W E Settle Miss Florence Shaw is home from a visit to friends in Winchester and Lexington Mrs John Stlgersi is the guest of her mother Mrs T F Burge In Louisville Dr JS Coleman is spending the holidays with friends and relatives Iin Chicago Mr W F Forsee of Owenton is visiting Miss Virile Kenney on the South Side Mr J Gray McLean wife and daughter are visiting relatives at Crescent Hill Miss Ella Kemper of Gratz Ky is with her sister r rs Dr L T Mlnlsh for the holidays Mr A Logan McKee and wife of Cincinnati spent Christmas with re Datives In this city L1r Sam Hughes and wife of Indianapolis are the guests of relatives on the South Side Mr Henry Bunnell of Shelbyvllle L1s the guest of Col H H Roberts and wife this week Miss Eunice Fincell and Miss Hen arietta Thompson are the guests friends inLagrange Judge Wm Rogers Clay and wife are with and relatives In Lex leg for the holidayss Mr J L Butler and wife of Somer set were guests of her father Mr W J Hughes this week Mr Earnest Gullion and wife are with frfends in Huntington W Va for the holiday season Dr L M Scott and wife of Jelllco Tenn are guests of ColJ A Scott and wife Shelby street Attorney John W Ray and family rare spending the holiday season at their old home in Bardwell Mrs Guy H Briggs and children afe spending the Christmas week with relatives in Lexington Miss Lottie Bridgeford was the guest of her uncle Mr WB Bridge ford In Cincinnati this week I Miss Bessie Franklin was the guest of her aunt Mrs T B Wood nrIn Lexington this week Mr Leslie C Walker of Omaha Nebfs the guest of Mr W E Bailey and wife on the South Side Miss Annie Kirk is the guest of her- f sister Mrs John L Watts In Lexlng y ton for the Christmas week Mr Prentiss ORear of Mt Sterling spenti Christmas with his parents Judge E C ORear and wife 1 Mr W B Settle of the Colunbla University Law School is spending IX C y tti the holidays with his parents Judge W E Settle and wife on the South SideAttorney General N B Hays and son Master Hume are spending the holidays with friends in Paris MrJ B Lewis and wife visited their son Mr Win A Lewis and wife at Harriman Tenn this week Miss Clara Annetta Nelson is the guest of relatives and friends in Louisville during the holidays- Miss Annie Duvall of St Louis is the guest of her mother Mrs Vir ginia Duvall on the South Side Misses Frenchy and Nannie Black ley of Pewee Valley are guests of Miss Ann Mason near puckers Miss Cornelia Baser of St Louis Is the guest of her brother Mr Geo Baker and family on Main street Rev Dr B Adams wife and children visited A K Marshall and wife in Mason county this week Mrs Dan Farleigh of Louisville Is the guest of her sjlster Mrs Willtan Wllllama on East Main Street Mrs H C Osborne and little daughter of Louisville are tie guests of Mrs C A Nelson oa the South SideMrs I T West Mr Robert Berg man wife and children were guests of Mr Harry Milward in Lexington yes terday Mrs N B Hays and little daugh ter Miss Mollle Rose are spending the holiday with friends ate Provl dence Miss Bonnie Hockensmlth has returned from Louisville where she spent several days as the guest of friends Miss Ethel Greenup who is attend ing school at Midway Is here 80 spend the holidays with friends and relatives Miss Eva Cummins of Louisville was the guest of her sister Mrs John M Bull on Wapplng street Christmas day Mr Will H McClure of Weathers ford Texas is visiting his parents Mr R K McClure and wife on Wash- Ington street Mr Crocker wife and children of New Albany Indiana are the guests of Miss Susie Mayhall on Shelby street Mrs W D Drake and little daughter are on a visit to Mrs Drakes parents Mr J P Hostetter and wife near Farmdale Mr John Corbett now of New York but late of tht U S Navy Is spend ing the holidays with his otheront- he South Side Col C C Mengel and Col D W Gray of Louisville were in the city on Thur afternoon returning rom Georgetown Dr Maurice S Davis and family of Lexington were the guests of his father and brother Messrs I David and DtJvidDavls Mr Silas N Jones Is home from the K M L at Lyndon Ky to spend the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs Bud Jones Mr Garner Dalton and wife and lit tle son Edward are in Hopklnsvlllo to spend the holiday season with friends and relatives Dr James Mitchell Lewis of Rich pond Virginia spent the past week in this county the guest of Mr Hus ton Wood and family Mr Paul Collins who is a student at Harvard College arrived In the city Monday to be the guest of his parents until after the holidays eS1sfeMiss Jennie are spending the holi days with Mrs Minnie Moore Wag goner at Greenfield Indiana Mr Mark Fritz and children Mas ter Colthard and Miss Trinnie of Lexington spent Wednesdays in this city visiting the points of Interest Master Maurice Nash of Louisville is spending the Christmas week here the guest of little Miss Rebecca Averill and Master Thos P Averill JrMr Thomas H Stagg and family who have been making their home In Atlanta Georgia for the past year returned hers the first of the week to reside jMra Harry I Todd and daughters Misses Maria and Julia Todd who have been visiting Mrs Sam Holmes returned to their home In Louisville SaturdayMrs Cromwelrsnd Mrs JS Sims will entertain the Lofting Club at the home of Mrs Cromwell on the South Side on1 Wednesday afternoon at three oclock Mr William Davis a well known house painter is critically ill at his home on North Wilkinson street where he has been confined to his bed for a week or more Mr Sam Stone Bush has returned to his home in Louisville after quite an extended visit to his uncle and aunt Mr George Franklin Berry and wife at Juniper Hill Mr Frank Graham and wife of Texas are visiting his father Mr W L Graham on Second streets This Is Mr Grahams first visit to his old home in seventeen years Miss Fanny I Gordon principal of the Gordon Training School at Marys ville is the guest of her brother Prof AtNf Gordon at his preparatory school near Hoges Station Mrs W A Brown of Louisville and Mrs C H Terhune of Finch rile are spending the Christmas hol idays with their parents Mr Henry Wright and wife near Farmdale Mr Robert Moyers a clever Frankfort boy and printer who has been making his home In Louisville fort number of years was the guest of his sister Mrs Gordon TrIplett during Christmas Miss May Bohannan who has charge of the Hospital at Stonega Virginia as trained nurse spent Christmas in this city with her parents Mr Joseph L Bohannan and wife on East Main street Mr Allen Brady a forrrier popular compositor of Frankfort who has been pursuing his trade in the Mound City for quite a whip Is spending the holiday with his mother and other relatives In the Capital City biz Edward OHara holding a real ponsible position with one of the lar gest lumber concerns ln the coun try whose head offices are in Balti more Is spending the holidays with his family on the South Side I 11 t I Grand Holiday Sale fe i Wi Coats Suits Jackets Skirts 1J We are making great reductions on Goats Suits ii Jackets and r Iqoatfor 500 Ii i f Elegant 1500 sold everywhere else for 2000 j l 111 t J LINENS Table Linens Napkins Towels 1 Crashes everything in linens you will find with us F J HEENEY ill Susan Peiffer a talented IMiss county teacher who tnmember of the faculty of the Mlddlesboro public schools is spend ing the holiday with her parents on the Leestown road near this city Mrs George H Watson and daugh ter Miss Nellie Qrblson of St Loup passed thrcfcighi Frankfort Tuesday for Elkwood the hand some home of Hon Wm L Cannon and wife in Woodford county where they will spend the holidays Mr Walter Roberts a wellknown and popular Frankfort boy who Is noW In charge of several linotyPe machines in a newspaper office at Huntington W Va Is home for the holiday season Mr Roberts is an experience man and holds a lucra tive position at Huntington Mr M D Coyle left for Louisville Thursday accompanied by his little daughter Marguerite The pretty little girl Is In feeble health and her condition will be examined into by some of the medical experts of the Falla The many friends of the bright child and of her parents are hopeful that she will shortly be restored to robust healtht AN CASTORIAJtor Infants and Tin KM You Hare Always Bought Bears the- Signature of Just a little CascaSweet is all that fe 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 South Co Dr Weaver Tr ert tynpfer tie Ural CmfeforikUtnpiteM CENTRAL RCOMPANY ItDecemberCars will leave itlLexington for Vcr 1 sallies and Frankfort IftIp m p m Cars will leave Versailles for Frank fort every inclusivet645 p m 1 Cars will leave Frankfort for Very Iandleave Versailles for Lex Ington every hour from 615 a m un tll 815 p m Inclusive and at 1015 p JRunlng Itfortrt w geaulaLaxativetill remedy that o q n cold fa eae tfay DISEASECANCER PURIFER FREE ijUihaveeating sores scrofula eczema itching j giFlsktn JDruggistsbottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B BuB Is M poclally advised for chronic deep seated cases as It cures after all ekM falh Mar My a f f i 4Irl r COODslttf Ill + t L + LOCAL TOPICS + 11 ff Mr James Pearce is very ill at hIs r I + home near Peaks Mill Mr Pearce is the father of Officer Ed Pearce of tho tr Apolice force Mrs S M Johnson has filed a suit i in the cifleult court for a divorce from her husband Mr J R Johnsoni1 whom she accuses of cruel and in human treatment Charles Smith a young man from 7 out in the county was tried for lunacy before the county court Thurs day afternoon and declared insane He was taken to the Lexington Asy lum Friday r Mrs Sim Shy and Master Victor r Gretter were the winners of the doll and roller coaster given away by Mr Charles J Weitzel the popular dry goods merchant 4ss Annie Denny aged two years through her next best friend Mrs Lucy Warlord has entered suit In t i Charlesrdamages it Is alleged that Mr White head excavated a ditch which was t left uncovered and that the little girl fell into the hole and sustained se e rdous injuries mm sl j John Rosby one or the best known colored men in the city and for years a valued employe of the Capitol Hotel died of dropsy Thursday In other times and days it was the ofkcandidates for public office were de feated for them to take a trip up Salt river and view the desolate landscape on either sldt of that sorrowful stream But things have changed h and the candidates defeated in the recent landslide will it is understood all leave for that latest star on the ofiag of Uncle Sam Oklahoma with i t iina few days Whether such a com T binatIonof brains and brawn when it descends on the new State next t month will overturn the established i order of things create a new regime or become swallowed up in the maelstromot rushing events is sure a puzzle which those left behind will find it difficult to solve to their iAentire UonIIi President James J Hill of tho J Great Northern Railroad made a sin i nlflcent statement recently in an ad dress delivered at Washington At rti that time he declared that the rail Christmas Suggestions I 0 lMake thjs Christmas the most notable of any in your life by buyingtsomething that ti verybne in the home can enjoy There is nothingwhich is such a permanent reminder of r as a nice roomsize Rug Its efficiency continues when other things are lost and forgotten Visit our Holiday Display today Below we offer suggestions of something i suitable for gifts 1 Handkerchiefs Carpet Sweepers Axminster Rugs road systems of the country were un able to handle Its traffic and that the improvement of the waterways of the United States had become an absolute necessity If for no other purpose than the reason set forth Some time perhaps the business men and people of Frankfort will come to the knowledge that the Ken tucky river which divides the city In two Is one of their most valuable assets and should be given ten times the atention that has heretofore bees its share I Word comes from Washington that Senator Thos H Paynter and family are comfortably domiciled at one of the best hostelries at the National Capital and that they are enjoying life there very much Judge Paynter is quite a favorite in Kentuckys Capital and her people are glad to know that he is pleased with his new surroundings s Several Frankfort boys are on board the great fleet of American battles- hiPS which should by this time be skirting the shores of South America ahd like all boys who hail from the old town on the Kentucky will give a good account of themselves on the long voyage which is to demonstrate to the world the efficiency of the American Navy and the brave and snappy sailors who serve beneath the stars and stripes a I It Is to be presumed that when the moonshine stills were found in the shocks of corn stalks in Elliott county last week that oft the corn In the rest of the State was shocked Now that the holiday season Is at an end it Is in order to get down to business aagln Frankforts enterprising citizens shoul dnqt allow the city to take onestep backward but should bend every effort to bring about a Bigger Frankfort Local merchants wbpj desire tq Increase their winter sales should avail them selves of the opportunity offered by the columns of the Roundabout the home paper of Frankfort and Franklin county to reach the local buyers gf all classes and conditions A good ground hog sToTy was related by Gen D W LIndsey one day this Wok Gen LJndsey said that one 2d day of February several years since the weather was warm and sunshlney and that ho had raised the window of his law office that faces St Clair street in order to permit the entrance of the balmy air without Two men of the lower classes took up their position1 against the open window and began a conversation connected with the ground hog and the Weather Said one Pictures BasketsUmbrellas WC LUTKEMEIER them This is fine weather for ground hog day and if it stays this way until 12 oclock he will come out of his hole and see his shadow Then well catch hI for he will re turn to his hole and we will have six more weeks of winter You dont believe In that kind of thing said the other fellow doyou Course Ida replied the first speaker At this juncture the Catholic bell rang out for the twelve oclock angelus The one who seemed to doubt somewhat the hog theory of the weather remarked to his companion Suppose there is something in this ground hog business how does he know when Its exactly twelve WhyICatholic bell too- ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of tettan remaining uncalled for in the Frank fort Ky postofflce for the week ending December 28 Barns Martha Bro6ks Author JV Cooper J R Crystal G Wl Funks C D i Goodwin T C Jr Hall John Y Miller Miss Louise Meek Master Letcher B Oridge WmWI V f Offutt Dr John Robertson Mrs Annie Taylor Charleyr Sharless Miss Carry Stephen Annel Wilholt Dr DennisIWoodall J W IWarnes John When calling for any of the above letters please say advertised GJ OL BARNES P M a DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATIVE CAUCUS The caucus of the Democratic members of the Legislature will meet at the State Ho seonthe evening of January 6 and it is understood the Republican members of the same body will caucus on the same evening POPULARCOUPLED Mr James Johnson of Woodford county and Miss Addle Lewis of logos Station this county were married In this city Monday The groom is a well known and popular at1tractiveW Lewis is a young lady of many amiable traits of character and lids wen wishers by the score yo OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER KENTUCKY W Hill S K E Y E H TAYLOR Jr A SONS Proprietor Frankfort Kentucky i i f i f iit i l J FursGloves Hosiery Hand Bags Toilet Sets- Manicure Sets I CARPETS I i i I Am Ready To Make The Best PHOTOSA- nd all styles of Portraits and Groups nt my new Gallery South Frankfort St Call on the Reliable Photo grapherH G MATTERN Liquors and where to Buy Them i The Pure Food Law will not affect us We always did and always will sell nothing but- StralghtLIlquors at GEO B SALENDEIt 45 St Clair INJURED BY FIRE CRACKERS Ami Henry the ten year old son of Mr Bowen Henry was severely burned in the right hand by the pre mature explosion of a fire cracker Christmas day and Eddie Fincell the little Ron of Mr Charles Fincell Is also suffering from injuries receivedI by reason of the discharge of cracker When the Stomach Heart or Kid ney nerves get weak then these or gans always fall Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is simply a make shift Geta prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative The Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak Inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Re storativetablets or liquidand 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 KENTUCKY HIGHLAND RAIL ROAD Beginning Wednesday December 12th the Kentucky Highland Railroad Co put on a regular passenger train between Frankfort and Old Crow The construction of the road to Millville is being pushed as rapidly as posible when the service will be extended to Old Taylor and Millville Trains leaveFrankfort at 6 oclock a m daily except Sunday return eng leave Old Crow at 5 pJP Double daily passenger service will be put on between Frankfort and Mill yule as soon as the construction is completed probably about January 1stThe following rates obtain Cllftsldo Jct lOc Trumbo 150 Gardners t 20c Old Crow r 2Bo Old Taylor t 300 Mlllville Sic Minimum clfarge lOcI Commutation ticket books good for 34 trips and good only for use In cal endar month isued and for the per son to whomisued etween Frankfort and Old Crow 500 Between Frankfort and Old Taylor 600 wIssuedP F MANNNG Supt Approved by S S BUSH pres V at 7 t t t tofdfit r l Pillows BeltsShawls t I A t Il DUROC JERSEY BOARS FOR SALE I have a number of thoroughbred Duroc Jersey Boars ready for service for sale Apply to me at Switzer G W QtTARLES Or at South Trimbles place where they are at present Nov 162m IFruit Ornamental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and 0ardentWe employ no agents Catalogue on application r tU F Hillenmeyer Sons Lexington Ky IiOctmI 1iEarlTIle we t Frankfort awysThe Midland Route Local Time TableI- N EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 r M A M DAILY KXCEiT M P No84No82 SUNDAY 081 Na88 03 oon LT D Frankfort Ar 716 2 6 Summit U07 211 6 Elkhorn 319 s 42It Switzer a 68 t 229 063 Stunning Ground 1043 0 48 2 6 Duvall 1086 86 Johnson 1030 6 80r3 12It Georgetown 2 1111 15It 1 C S I 1020 aa269 725 Newtown 864 808 8071733 NBW lArl Part fLv ll Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q Cooneota at Paris Union Depot with Kentnoky Central Ooct at FrankfortUnion Depot with L Ai BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCIx NA I VIA GEoaozrowzstiPMIAMI IAMIPMA 00 820 Frankfort Ar 716 7 JAr Georgetown Arf 20 8 2 1016 8 00 BETWEEN FPRRTTICINCINNATI AM P M PM 200 LT Frankfort Ar IS J ILT C n Ar840 LvParis Ar g t810 Ar Clnclnnatt Lv 56i KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS f7P e X ortA1125A7 tt712A Georgetown A 04A 820P 644PPB h 8 16P 9 50A A Maysville L 5 116P 4 8 2M A Cynthiana L SOaP 166PVG r4PresandGen1Sapt CHANGE 11SCars leave Capital Hotel H F jp Park Line 615 a m and every 45 minute until 10 p mYFort Cemetery Line 645 a m and every 45 Mlnutef until 945 p m t For Leestown Line 630 a m and every 45 minuteS until 1015 p m krtTHE CENTRAL KY TRAC CO FOR SALE Nlco buggy mare and Bteel tired buggy and harness JtRoberts Roundabout Office Frank a tort Ky tA TeFranKlQitBoundaDDUt Entered at the postoltice at Frankfort Kentucky as secondclass ninilablc matter lEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT DEC 28 1907 OLD FRANKFORT PRINTER DEAD News was received in this city v Tuesday of the death of Mr John lulls which occurred at the Printers Rome in Colorado Springs Col Mr lilllls was over seventy years of age and was born and reared in Frankfort HR learned the act preserva tive at the old Yeoman Office when that establishment was located on Brot way and was well known and liked by all the older people of the Capitol City He was a splendid mechanic and had worked on the leading dailies of the country when the type setting was done by hand lJ iiMr Lillls left Frankfort many since and pursued his trade until years ago when he became a- prinmatei of the Pjlnters Home which Is not a charitable institution by any means but is kept up for the benefit I of aged printers by the International Typographical Union The deceased was a brother of Mr Edward Llllls of this city and of the late Patrick Willis a former wellknown resident of Frankfort He was also an uncle of Messrs Patrick Lillis City Marshal James Lillls and Edward Lillls Jr PROMINENT SCOTT COUNTY WOMAN DEAD Mrs Rebecca Lucas died at the home of her son in law Dr J C Thomason In Georgetown Tuesday morning She was aged eightytwo and was the widow of the late Ed ward Lucas who was ae one time jailer of Scott county A woman of many estimable qualities she was greatly beloved In her home land ad joining counties aud was well known in Franklin where she had numerous relatives and friends She Is survived by three children Mrs J C Thomason and Messrs Benjamin fond Edward Lucas all of Scott NOTABLE SOCIAL EVENT One of the most notable events of fthe season in a social way was the german given by Mr and Mrs Gea1 iPrankln Berry for their niece Miss Cornelia Gordon who is home fcorn kf school at Vassar for the holidays and their nephew Mr Sam Stone Bush of Louisville The entertainment was given at the Country Club on Monday evening and the club house was tastefully decorated for the oc- cason a tinge of the holiday sea son being observable In the colors of the flowers and draplngs The af- fairk was largely attended by the elite of the city and was pronounced on all sides one of the mast gorgeous and successful even given In the Cap Vital City- FORMER t FRANKFORT LADY ROBBED Mrs F B Wentworth the wife of the former assistant rector of the As censlon Church of this city and well known to the people of Frankfort was robbed of her purse containing twelve or fifteen dollars while walking down Maple street In Lexington Christmas night The thieves snatch ed her purse and ran making good their escape in the darkness CUPID ON A RAMPAGEI Tuesday was a red letter day In the office of County Clerk Poley Smith and that official and his deputy Mr Linden Wallace were kept pretty busy making out the documents which entitled those who had beer transfixed with Cupids darts to be come man and wife In tho eyes of the law Following Is a list of those who secured licenses and faced the Joys and tribulations of married existence Messrs Monroe and George Tucker two well known twin brothers were married to Misses Mattie mid Warn Ie Dickie In the order name d All four of the contracting parties reside In the Old Crow net sjttj tod and are well known in th Btaunty Mr Lewis Id Miss Fanny Newton aV Hind popu lar young couple o BPuzer neighborhood also deserted the single state for that of wedded bliss Mr James B Newman and Miss Martha Jane Hunt of the Woodlake neighborhood secured a license and were married Mr Newman is the son of Mr John Newman the well known farmer and Is an exemplary young man while his bride is an at tractive and popular young woman who has a large circle of friends to wish her joy and happiness Mr James Watson and Miss Beu lah Perry journeyed to the Capital City from Shelby county and were joined for life In the bonds of matri moray Mr James T Brewer and Miss Bes sie Ethington of Versailles came down on the Interurban from Ver sailles and returned to the Capital of Woodford man and wife Mr Collis T Wright of Illinois and Miss Lillie Anderson of the Bridge port neighborhood procured the nec essary papers and were married at the home of the bride on Christmas day Mr Wright is a former resident of this county and in the long agoj before he went to Illinois himself bride had been youthful sweethearts Of late the old love was renewed and so they were married MANY TURKEYS SHIPPED FROM THE BLUE GRASS The business of turkeyraising Is assuming formidable proportions in Kentucky and more especially In this so of the Blue Grass section garden spot of the world The firm of C S Brent d Bra of PariS made their last shipment for the season on the Saturday preceding Christmas This season 32000 head of turkeys as fol lows 9000 from Flemingsburg 5000 from Paris 10000 from Mllersburg and 8000 from Carlisle The birds averaged eleven pounds per head and the combJned lot placed in circulation- in the territory In which they were pus chased more than 35000 In cash This should prove an object lesson to the farming element In Central Ken tucky as It goes to show that other things besides corn wheat and tobac- Co can be profitably raised and handled In this favored section of the State DIED IN RUSSIA Mr Kade Rosenstein Jr the re tail and wholesale clothing merchant of this city received a letter from his former home In Russia announc ing the death of his father which sad event occurred on December 15 Mr Rosenstein Sr was 103 years of ago at the time of his demise and had en eyed good health until within a few days of the final call iooooooisooooooooooI g- c gI Dont neglect your cough tOt SStatistics show that in New Yo kCityg galone over 200 people die every week from g tat consumption c4 0- o And most of these consumptives might gbe living now if they had not neglected the 0 z warning cough You know how quickly Scott S Emulsion enables you to throw off a II coughor cold 8 ALL DRUGGISTS AND 91004 g OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOO I l STATE PURE FOOD REPORT Prof M H Scovell director of the Kentucky Experiment Station made a report to Governor VHIson Tues- daY of the work accomplished during the past twp years towards the enforcement of the Pure Food Law Prof Scovell favors an amendment to the Jaw which will Include within the copo of its workings the supervision of drugs spirituous vinous and matt liquors now omitted or that a seen rate statute be enacted to fit the caseProf Scovells report 1a most In teresting one dealing as It does with the articles which are used as a diet day after day by the people of Kentucky He condemns dairy cattle as unfit to produce a good article of milk tells of the Inferior ingredients used in the making of ice cream of fered for sale relates the myste ries of the manufacture of vinegars warns the public against the dangers of drinking pop andother soft drinks entering into an analysis of their composition and lastly takes occa sion to state that the public bake shops are not what they should be In the matter of cleanliness Standards of purity are dwelt on at length and other questions pertain ing to the successful operation of the State Pure Food Law treated ably and exhaustively FINE YOUNG MAN TO BE MARRIED The many friends of Mr Jno B Williams of Denver Col are re joicing at the news that he will shortly be married to a splendid young woman of that city Of course we would have preferred his taking a Kentucky brldebutns he her chosen otherwise we wish him the best of everything He is a son of CoL M H P Williams Srf and has hosts of friends at his old home in this city e a The finest Coffee Substitute ever made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wls You dont have to boll it twenty or thirty min utes Made in a minute says the doctor Health Coffee Is really the closest Coffee Imitation over yet produced Not a grain of real Coffee In it either Health Coffee Imitation is made from pUre toasted cereals or grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an expertwere he to unknowingly drink it for Coffee Sold by T H Brammell A REGULAR BEAUTY Mr J A Williams agent of the Metropolitan Life Insrance Co has placed upon our desk one of the prettiest and most attractive calen lass for 1908 which we have yet seen Bytheway this is one of the most solid and reliable insurance companies doing business It has never had any scandals attached to Its work notwithstanding the strict est investigation This company has also issued a perpetual calendar which certainly takes the premium DewItts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve dont forget the name and accept no substitute Get DeWitts Its good for piles Sold by South Co PROMINENT FARMER DEAD Mr Thos F Baldwin one of the best known lndmost prominent farmers of the Elntvllle neighborhood died SundaY morning Mr Baldwin Vas fiftyeight years of age at the time of his death which sad event was sought about from the effects of an apoplectic stroke He was a sterl ing citizen and held the respect and esteem of the wihqle neighborhood in which he resided The dead man is survived by two children Mr Willis Baldwin and Mrs Bud Hancock The funeral occurred from the Cedar Grove Baptist Church Monday afternoon and the services oyer the remains which were attended by a large number of Borrowing relatives and friends were conducted by the Rev G W Hill of Stamping Ground The Interment was in the family lot at the Cedar trove Church a NO RACE SUICIDE HERE Mr Nelson Mannlon whose death occurred at Georgetown a short while since at the age of ninetythree was survived by twenty grandchildren and thirtyseven great grandchildren Tho funeral services were conducted byn grandson and six grandsons ictod as pallbearers f r Pleasant do 1aKe Trde Laxative g Syrup i 1I NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION t Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits ancltheiriextractsare t the best medicines for Constipation as a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritatitig to the intestines r LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Bloated Feeling etcFalYour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than anyother you have tnedI ALL DRUGGISTS 25e AND 60c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows Blowers t Hoes Forks Spades1it Cradles and Fingers YS f tJ Scythes and SnatcHes Scythe Stones Wheelborrows YI Thresher Machine Oil I Tarpaulins I Monkey Wrenches il f i Pipe Sittings and Wrenches I 1 It It i 1 h FRANK G CTAPP tf 1 Hardware Paints Oils Etc a 1r1 i i GapitolFoundry 1 i Machine Co i i 1 I HOLMES ST FRANKFORT KYIe f1r4 1 Dealers in 1J and Repairers of h cqss Machinery and Machine Supplies of All Kinds Both New and Secondhand U i WE HAVE FOR SALE Sixhorse Power Portable Engine and Boller V Tenhorse Power Stationary Steam Engine Ninehorse Power Hagan Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill t BurrVt200 Buehele Capacity ft BOTH PHONES l ff f if J J r j yI f COMMON SENSEi V t JLeada most intelligent people to use only ancdldlnca of nown composition Therefore It Is thai Dr Pierces medicines tho txnakeMqf witch print every Ingredient entering o hem upon the bottle ers and attest Its correctness sunderolfthc are dally growing in favor Tho com of D Pierces medicines Is open to cvcrybodyVDr Pierce belnsL desirous of hnvl I of vest non turned full u on his formuloo n con lent toe er io 0 on e me c nos s iiown the morn t ur v men ts aeing who ly mil eof ho act medicinal principles extractedefrom nli tlvo forest roots by exact processes original with Dr PIorcoand without tho- rc use of tdrop of alcohol trlploroflncd and chemlcallglJnrb glycerine being used in nr and preserving tho curatlvo virtues residing in tho roots entirelytreeyYI by creating an appetite for either att cohbllo beverages or habit forming drugs Examine the formula on their byiGolden Medical Discovery the great bloodpurifier stomach tonic and bowel regulator tho medlclno which whllo note recommended to cure consumption In its Fadvancedstagosnomedicinowllldothat j yet does cure all those catarrhal condi tions of head and throat weak stomach l liver and bronchial troubles weak ungSnnd hang oncoughs which anilllnallytcrmlnatoTake tho Golden Medical Discovery r in time and It Is not likely to disappoint you If only vivo 1t a and Jafr trial iDon miracres It wont do supernatural things You must exorcise your and persevere in its whichItof scbres of medicalleadersbetter than amount lay or nonprofesslphal testimonials perltmentcdmedicines at reasonable nrlriIt r t GOVERNMENT FLEET IN PORT kr The government fleet which has been at work making repairs to the locks and dams of the Kentucky asj well as keeping that stream clear f I of all obstructions as far up as nay gation extends has arrived In the city for its winter atay The fleet consists of a number of derrick boats ir steam shovels scows and one gaso line yacht adone quarter boat and Is accompanied by the steamer Gene sal O M Poe The fleet has taken up a position on theNorthi Side of the river and will remain there instead of on the South Side as heretofore Many of the men on the fleet are Ii Frankfortboys who are all more than cpleased to be at homo for the winter season after an absence of near nine months UjUlfJ WORK WEAKENS THE KIDNtYci f Doans Kidney Pills Have Done Greatf I iitService for People Who Work In1J Frankfortci tlMost Frankfort people who work Itl It very day in some strained unnatural t position bending constantly over a desk riding on jolting wagons or cars doing laborious housework lift ing reaching or pulling or trying the t t liack in a hundred and one otherc gays All these strains tend to wear weaken and Injure the kldnys until they fall behind in their work of fll teHhg the poisons from the blood Doans Kidney Pills cure sick kid y Jieys put new strength in bad backsI I Frankfort cures prove ItIi r Cl A Wallace 581 Holmes street Frankfort Ky saps I think that t l the kidney trouble from which I have suffered for many years was brought f ij on by the heavy lifting and work that t1 I did in the logging business when a younger man In this work I often hadto exert all py strength and 4tinariy times have done wheat two men have been required to do ordi tt1narily This straining myself finally r j mused a dull aching and lameness f jn my back and as time went on it got from bad to worse Clio aching o lt becoming much more severe so bad i V at times that I could scarcely get J 1 around Then a urinary trouble set 1n and developed into something so- iCr1oUS the secretions being scalding ana at night annoying breaking my Asleep fivo or six times I used yar- t ions remedies but got JKtlct relief from them I read about Doans f Kidney pills and as they were highly recommended I decided to give them ra tfiai 1 procured a box at J W Gayles drug store and they helped me from the start I continued their use until i had taken two boxes and fi was greatly benefltted in every way tff I have every confideMet In Doan a Kidney Pills X For sale by all dealers Price 50 l cents PosterMilburn Co Buffalo L Newt York sole agents for the United r states Remember the namoDoans =and sbinkono other tf I SUNDAY NIGHT SHOOTING About seven oclockSunday night William McFrier a negro from Mem phis Tenn shot Maria Harris a colored girl aged eighteen twice with- a pistol In a house in Gaines Alleyj One 6f the bullets took effect in tho thigh of the girl whllo the other found a lodging in her breast It Is said that there was no quarrel preceding the fight but evidently there hind been some misunderstanding which led up to the action of McFrier After firing two shots both of which took effect McFrier ran from the alley to Broadway and thence down that street in the direction of the L N bridge The police were notified of the occurrence but after diligent search failed to locate the guilty party and he la still at large The woman who was the victim of the desperate assault is badly wounded and now lies in a precarious condition from the effects During the time of the building of the New Capitol and the Highland Railroad many Tennessee negroes were employed In their construction These proved tq be fighters when they came in contact with the home coons and so many of the latter haye been cut and shot by them within the last year that the Very mention of Tennessee nigger la enough to make the Frankfort blackbirds take to the tall and uncut without more ado WHATS IN McCLURES McClures has gone up in quality as well as in price The needs of Our Navy by Henry Reuterdahl gives some staggering facts about our battleships and our preparation for war Great American Fortunes Burton J Hendrick sums up the history of the Metropolitan Railway and its effects on the public One Man and His Town by Marlon H Carter is an account of a man who practically grew a town and gives some new and amusing firsthand anecdotes of the greatest American There is a discussion of the relation of Hypnotism to crime and disease by Professor Munsterberg as well as 0 many other articles of absorbing in terest Are you having trouble with your kidneys There are lots of people to lay who wonder why they have pains cross the back why they are tired and racking in energy and ambition Your kidneys are wrong They need relief without delay Take DeWitts and Bladder Pills they are or weak back inflammation of the backache and weak kidneys Sold by South Co PRIZE WINNERS IN ROGERS CONTEST t The lucky winners at the contest held by Rogers Bros the large turn are dealers were Miss Josephine Severance of East Main street who secured the Junior Buck Range Miss Helen Warrick of the South Side the second which called for an All win Doll Gocart and Miss Gretchen Glenn of the South Side the third and last which consisted of a hand some Teddy Bear The contest was carried out smoothly and without a hitch and the Messrs R Rogers Sons are to be congratulated over the successful outcome of the affair es1COUNTERFEIT DOLLAR BEING C CIRCULATED A counterfeit silver dollar bearing date of 1900 is being circulated in different parts of itheState and many of them have been passed In Louis vine The imitation is said to be a poor one as the alleged dollar has a dull appearance gives no ring when It Is sounded on wood and the mill lag around the edges is very Imperfect Local people would do well to keep a lookout for this latest spec men of spurious coIn and carefully examine all coins or this denomination itendered them a BUSINESS OUTLOOK GOOD Henry Clews the great New York financial authority Is very optimistic over the business outlook of the coun try and among other reasons given for the position he takes declares that the farms are the great source of national wealth and that lie crops Just harvested are abundant ndof excellent quality Wheat has taken an upward turn again and the pros poet aro bright for a considerable ndvauoo In the price of thIs cereal within a W ISor more i J t 1h DANGEROUS FIRE SATURDAY EVENING Quito a dangerous fire was tha t Which occurred In a cottage at the corner of Ann and Blanton streets Saturday evening last at nine oclock The cottage was the property of Tfios Brooks colored and was most totally destroyed by the fury of the destructive element before tho blaze was extinguished The fire department was on hand in good and did excellent work but the timeI in turning in the alarm caused house to be almost destroyed when they arrived on the scene The building was occupied by sove ral colored families who fortunately were successful in saving all their household goods An old and decrep theIBrooks was engaged in assisting the old woman Rebecca Johnson by name in taking a bath when the fire broke out and would not leave herself until the aged woman was rescued She acted in a most unsel fiShmanner under trying circumstances and deserves special commendation for her successful efforts to save a human life POSTAL HEADQUARTERS CHANGED rThe headquarters of the fifth district of the Postal Telegraph and Cable Company has been changed nom Louisville to Nashville and hereafter the Frankfort offlce of the Postal will be required to report to the latter city Manager Jerry Down ng is not disturbed over the change Ie is one of the best telegraphers n the business and is deservedly popular alike with the company and its mtrons AN ENJOYABLE CHRISTMAS The Christmas holiday was observed in a characteristic way by the people of Frankfort on Wednesday tad everyone appeared to enjoy the occasion to the fullest The churches if the various denominations were attended by large crowds of worshippers and there was no untoward disturbance throughout the city to mar the celebration of a day which means much to the Christian world RISING YOUNG BUSINESS MAN apl Mr Marcus A Jones has been pointed to the position of manager of he large house of Heise Son on 3t Clair street In place of Mr Geo Edmonson who has left for nil lols to accept a new position Mr Jones although a young man is well ip in business affairs and is sure to prove a valuable man In his new role e OA WJI OEL x Bears thelie B- oughtBadly ture Shattered Nerves and WeaK Heart Too Nervous fo Sleep or Rest- DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me nlwaosleadswhere the patients heart is weak from hereditary or Dt Miles Heart Cure is not only a great heart regulator but it is a flood tonic which and regulates the hearts action enriches the blood and improves the circulation It will build you up as it did Mr Crawford whose letter follows and greatly improve your general health have been so greatly benefited by Dr Miles Nervine and Heart Cure that recommend them as the best remedies for the diseases they are recommended to cure When I began taking these medicines I weighed scarcely pounds my neryes were badly shattered my troubled me a great deal I had in left arm and shoulder had difficulty in sleeping on my left side had frequent smothering spells palpitateIsuffering great distress and was so restless dayNowmy nerves are steady as a die I sleep well eat well and weigh pounds am happy moneyIwhile I was IlIItT R CRAWFORD Center druggists sell and guarantee first hot tie Dr Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart end I i CASTOR ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT AwgeablcEreparatlonrAs rIingUtcSioachsand6oy sot motes DigestloncJwf 58 and RestContaIns lttIr itNOTNARCOTIC Atioldhr ifrr4iBeImf v0Ii SMIi forCkmsB i ncssandLossoFSiEER tat sin a Signamre of u5NEW YORK tatatltee Yn r aIExact Copy of Wrapper IS 99 J l Hay Salt I J IT DOES DUTY It warms the coldest and largest room in the house making it cozy The busy Christmas turkey Still it looks just neat any heater made It is and great fuel saver Thousands are be ing of are enthusiastic Fine Cast Iron tops and bottoms making it last for years without repairs Made only by STOVE CO Inc Box 2745 RICHMOND VA Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the costthe great value of this scientific prescription known to everywhere ta Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by Capitol Pharmacy r CASTORIA ft i For Infants and Lhildren I The Kind Nave f Always Boughta Bears the- Signature of j lrV t In Use For Over Jrt7i t rr Thirty Years lCASTORIA a TNiRNTAYa00YANT aaroaSITV t A = THE BEST BBEflD MADE FROM PRIDE OF MADISON e FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER For Straw CalIOntiHEISE SONS ST GLAIR STREET J41m1CosbTPatent AirTight Baker and Heater DOUBLE anythingfromas as airtight a Thousands housekeepers F UNION Trial peoplewithout a pennys druggists f You Iv + IT HEATS AN- DCOOKS TOO The Most Convenient Useful a and Economical Stove for the Home Ever Made Thousands of men and women la + all walks of life are suffering froze kidney and bladder troubles Dont q neglect your kidneys Delays are dangerous DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills afford kulck relief tout all forms of kidney and bladder troth ble A weeks treatment 25c Sole 1 by South t i r1 1PI jt I IF YOU BUY THEM OF SELBERT THEY ARE THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN SECURE t NICEST AND THE BEST LINE OF Watches Diamonds Jewelry Cut Glass EtgI 10 un in the city of Frankfort V IA SELIBERT JEWELER J4t IF YOU BUY IT AT 8CLBERT8 ITS GOOD IJVDRMILES ANTIPAIN PILLS I r f t FORN- EURALGIAr SCIATICA I RHEUMATISM j 4 BACKACHE JYPAININCHEST DISTRESS IN STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS MARRIED tMASTERSSANFORDIn this City on Thursday Mr Lafayette Mas hers and Miss Mary R Sanford were married by Rev C R Hudson ROBEY lALSOP Jn his city on Thursday Mr Elza Robey and Miss Laura Alsop both of Stamping Ground were married by Rev T F FLETOHERtMr and Mrs D J Hubbell of Fourth street South Side announce the approach ing marriage of their daughter Miss Mabel Claire Hubbell to Mr Wm Fletcher of Mt Sterling at the home of the brides parents on the even ing of January 1 at six thirty oclock Irhe bride is a pretty attractive and cultured young lady who has a of warm friends while the hostI tlve groom Is said to be a fine man He is at present employed as an express messenger on the C O road and has a run between Lexing ton and Louisville The couple will reside in Lexington after marriage REMEMBERED AS USUAL lam again placed under obligations to the ladies and gentlemen compos Ing the Roundavout force for a hand some presents on Christmas day This time it was a handsome silver mounted clothes brush which we shall treasure as a memento of the kind frjends who gave It and the very pleasant relations which have always existed between us Cough Caution Never poeltlvelyHOverpolson your lungs If yon iCough even from a simple onlpyou should Always heal soothe ease the irritated bron chlal tubes Dont blindly suppress It with a Stupefying poison Its strange how some things finally come about For twenty years Dr Sboo boa constantly warned scoplenot to take cough mixtures or prescriptions containing Opium Chloroform or similar poisons And now a little late though Congress soys Putitonthelabel poisons are In your Cough Mixture Good good Hereafteror thisveryresonnjothers and others should Insist on having Dr Snoops Cough Cure No poison marks on Dr mustyand none In the medicine else it Uw bo on the label And its not only safe but it Is said bo by those that knowit best a truly re r t lfe Take no chance then prticulnrWwithyourchildropInsistonhayingDr Dr Shoop package with others and note t t difference No poison marks there You can always be oaths safe by demanding Dr hoops Cough Cure CAPIT PHARMACY r t t fAcI 1 Headache BERTHS STEPHDNSIn this city on Tuesday evening Mrs Ann Elizabeth Stephens widow of Mr Edward Vaughn Stephens aged 69 years after a long and painful illness Mrs Stephens was the eldest daughter of the late Gen Wm T Gor ham and wife and was a fine character earnest modest andI truehearted She was a devout ber of the First Baptist Church had been kept from its services for many years by illness of her family or herself She leaves seven children four sons Messrs Adam K Stephens of Nyack N Y Matthew and Walker of this city and Robert G Stephens of Louisville three daughters Mrs N F Richardson Mrs Ed Gilpin and Mrs J C Brawner all of this city and county and a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn a good woman gone to rest The funeral services were conducted on yesterday by Rev Dr M B Adams and the loved remains were laid to rest by the side of the husband of her youth The services were largely attended by those who had known and loved her in life PRESENT STATUS OF THE TOBACCO WAR The conference between the grow comimltteeelation and various buyers including representatives of the American Tobacco Company held in this city Friday and Saturday last has clad fied the situation In the Burley belt to a considerable extent and strong hopes are now entertained that the 1906 crop will shortly be disposed of at the price fixed by the executive this sale materallze it will place in circulation in the Blue Grass counties of the State a sum equal to about 9000000 and would have a marked effect for the better oti the financial situation lrfthe section namedA g has been arranged be tween the representatives of the American Tobacco Company and other buyers and the executive com mittee of the Burley Association to be held ttt Winchester on January 2 Onthls occasion the samples of the 1906 pooled crop will be Examined by the buyers for the big tobacco con t v TAKE ONE rof the Little Tablets AND THE PAIN is GONE cern and doubtless an understanding by the terms of which the 1906 crop will change hands will be arrived at by boat parties to the prospective growerti are elated over the brightening prospect and are more hopeful now than at any time since the fight began that they will shortly realize the price to which they think they are entitled for their product an llustlration which tends to IAs that the American Tobacco Co low on Burley stock it is pointed out by ono of the best in formed growers in the Burley section that the trust is sending out to the retail and wholesale trade in this and other States tobacco which had just been manufactured an act contrary to their usual custom as they generally sell to the trade tobacco which has been manufactured for a year or more Another good sign he declared was the noticeable fact that more and more alfalfa hay was entering into the composition of the manufactured goods now being seD out SALVATION ARMY DINNER A SUCCESS fhe free Christmas dinner which the Salvation Army had been preparing for during the past two weeks or more was a great success arid more than five hundred people were fed on substantial Christmas fare large number of the beneficiaries ate their dinner at the Clinton street hall but hundreds of baskets were also sent out to the needy in all quarters lof the city It was a big undertaking that was successfully carried out by the energetic work of Capt Menzler and Lieut Bailey in charge of the local corpsIj1 EQUALIZATION BOARD MEMBER APPOINTED Hon John E Garner of Winches ter was on Monday appointed a member of the State Board of Equaliza Lion and has announced his accej tance of the office Mr Garner who is the exmayor of Winchester and known as a clever and reliable gen tleman was not an applicant for the place and his appointment unsolicited is quite a compliment to him tPRECIOUS CHRISTMAS GIFT Dr and Mrs H S Keller are re ceiving the congratulations of their numerous friends over the arrival at their home on Christmas Eve of a beautiful girl baby trI trJ kIIf you have t Headache Try One f 7 They Relieve PainMQuickly leaving noybad Aftereffects k41w7z25 Doses D t f JNevert CIRCUIT COURT SOON TO CONVENE The January term of the Erankliu Circuit Court will convene the first Monday in January and a large docket composed of criminal civil and equity cases Is to be disposed of It is quite certain that Judgt Stout will not be able to wade through the long list of cases in the time allotted him in Franklin county but he will make a big hole in the docket before the hour of adjourn ment The January terra of the Kentuckj Courtof Appeals will convene on the second Monday and the Legislature will convene on January 7 This should make things lively in the old town during the winter season MARRIED ADIEU CLUB The Married Ladles Euchre Clul was entertained by Mrs Thos and Mrs J J Brlslan at the home of the latter Friday evening and almost a full attendance of the membersshi were present to enjoy the evening Kodol For- Indigestion Our Guarantee Coupon If after using twothlrdt of a f zoo bottle of Kodol you can honestly taylt has not bene will refund your money Try tOIYeO guarantee Fill out and sign the following present It to the dealer at the time of purchase If it fails to satisfy you return the bottle containing one of the medicine to the dealer from whom yon bought it and we will refund your money Town State Sign here CutThlOnt Digests WhatYou Eat And Makes the Stomach Sweet X C DeWITT fc CO Chicago IlL Sold by South Co Chesapeake Ohio Ry Schedule i effect Nov 17 1007 sub- Ject to change without notice United for Louisville Nashville Meat phis West and Southwest 940 A M and 816 P K Daily Limited Per WasklHgton Baltimore Philadel pkia New York Richmond Old Polit and Norfolk 1016 A M ad 745 p X Daily 28lyr errYNMM9MMIMMrtMAMwr Louisville Atlantic Raiiwau lEAST BOUND DAILY EXCEPTGE f SUNDAY 1 Trains leave Versailles for Beatty lvilla and intermediate points at 790 WWSUNDAY t Trains from BeattyvIHe and inter mediate points arrive at Versaillesy 1030 a m and 530 p m lat ON SATURDAYS ONLY Train Iiintermedlatointermediate points at 415 p mffJFrankfortmend Irvine Beatyvllle and interme diate polnts Fog further information fcddr M JfH R SMITH G P A Versailles Ky l Oct 511ITHE LlVIl vA1ANTlNl rIAKINO HIS rIJHurried eating has rained a maaV stomach The digestiondestroying pro cess is gradual often at fur But it only a short time until the liven balks the digestive organs give way an almost countless ills assail the man wh endeavors to economize time at the CL Y nse of his health qA torpid liver causes a quarantine th en system It locks the diseasecl germs and poisons and affords thi inviting some serious illness- QInfamWeswhereAugastFlowerteused i a sluggish liver and conshpa are u d known so are all stomach ailments J well as indigestion dyspepsia heartb11l1l headaches and ki affeo4 bins No weUregi ated family oho medITwoaiuFor sale by J W Gayla 1ua r I vlv l t t TOYS TOYS FOR SANTA CLAUS Something Worth the giving Rochester SilverNickled Ware Rog ers Silver Plate Ware Complete Line Cut Glass Sample Line Special Prices Musical Instruments Finest Line in the City Pocket Cutlery About 250 Patterns in Pearl and Stag Handles carving Sets Prices 125 to 900 in Pearl Silver Ivory and Stag lies And our Toy- Line is Complete Irish Mail Auto i cock Racers Auto mobiles Coasters Sleds Air RiflesefL P C SO W R R 00e4j f 307309 Main Street Hardware Merchants Both Phones i m i t RELIGIOUS EPISCOPALktctotwlUconduct the services 11 a m Prayer and Sere moo 730 p m Evening Prayer 930 a m Sundayschool In the a iJ chapeL Wednesday evening prayer at 780 9 m I IThe public generally invited to at 4emd t FIRST sTCHURCHReT J itfir M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 in the chapeL Baracca class at 945 L mtauPar- byr the pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet at 630 p Prayermeeting Wednesday evening sat 730 In the Chapel Everybody cordially invited Seats free CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rer C B aHudaon the pastor will preach at 11 ai m and 730 p m Sunday eohool at 945 a m In the Chapel Christian Endeavor Society will meet In the chapel at 645 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday even ing at 730 oclock In the Chapel Everybody Invited CATHOLIC CHURCH R v Father Thomas S Major rector will conduct t ervices as follows iLow Mass at 730 a m High Man at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2p m Vespers and prayer at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH RevJ It Ziegler the pastor will it preach at 11 a m and 730 p m The Young Peoples League will meet at 645 oclock- Sundayschool will meet at 945 oclock t grayer meeting on Wednesday Evening at 730 In the Sundayschool room r You will be welcome at each Ber vIce METHODIST CHURCH Rev J Sfms nnntnlr Preaching and Holy Communion by the pastor at 1100 I no m AkdPreachlng at 730 p m by Rev J i O A Vaught the Presiding Elder Sundayschool 945 a m t Epworth League 645 p m Second Quarterly Con l This Is the f ference for this year and the pastor t desires the presence of all members i Strangers welcdme SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHUROHRev Wm Crowe the J pastor will preach at 11 a m anal 736 p m i Young Peoples Society at 7 f m sunday school at 945 L la 1Prayermeeting Wednecdar waist at 730 p Everybody invited to atteM l BELLEPOINT CHAPEL Sunday e chool at 130 oclock p ad f THORN HILLThere will be Sun dayschool every Sunday afternoon In tie schoolhouse at 3 oclock p mr A DANGEROUS DEADLOCK That sometimes terminates fatally is the stoppage of liver and bowel functions 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 iii CHRISTMAS FIGHTS IN THE WEST END Mero street between Washington and Wilkinson was the scene of some lively scrimmages Ol istmas Eve night and Christmas Day arid Matilda was Very much in evidence conveying the prisoners corrallell fay the police to the work house Charles Kelley of North Wilkinson street was struck in the head by a blunt weapon Christmas day and Lewis Arnold and Cornelius Clark said to hail froth Midway were ar rested for the offense Kelley is con fined to his bed in consequence of the Injury he received and la suffering considerably Eugene Stone a bad negro was ar rested for having a gun and pistol and making threats against the ficers He was placed In the work house and fined in the city courtIThursday Charles Graham rested for the same offense and fined P Phil Goln a white man was stabbed with a knife Christmas Eve night in the same neighborhood by another white man Had the knife not glanced on a rib when it was plunged Into Gains is said he would have been bOodyIt It was he got off with a Injury Pat Simpson the negro Democratic politician who is known as a trouble somo customer got under the spotlight again on Christmas day He was near the corner of Washington on Clinton street when he alleges that a determined attempt was made by a nuniber of other negroes to assassinate him means of bullets and stones He did not state whether a conspiracy had been entered Into against him or not but Robert Miner Charles Johnson and John Shelton were arrested for the assault Chjarjies Phythloi a well knottvn and popular young man who resides at Thorn Hill was returning home Christmas night with a companion named Arnold They fell out over durlIngsustained a severe wound In the arm NEW CAPITOL SQUARE POLICE MAN John W Wash of Lawrenceburg was appointed to the posltlpn of State House Square Policeman on Tues dY by Govdrnor WUlls ft1 Mr Wash was formerly town marshal of Lawrenceburg and had the backing- of many men of prominence in thoi Eighth District The appointment will take effect on January 21 when hd will assume the duties of the post ion ljj Jt Fil ttr 1 KNIGHT TEMPLARS CHRISTMAS MEETING The members of Frankfort Com mandery Knights Templar met at Masonic Hall Christmas morning for the purpose of offering a senti ment to the Mo t EmfnenS Grand Master of theUnited States Sir Henry Warren Rugg Quite a large atendance of Sir Knights was pre sent to participate In the ceremony and the occasion was made a notable one by the proposing of toasts to dif ferent conrmanderles of the State and the responses thereto by mem bers of the commanderies so honored present The services were opened with prayer by Eminent Commander D L Hoiandbf the Frankfort Common deryRlght Eminent Sir George La jirv Past Grand Commander and I present Grand High Priest of the Grand Chapter of Kentucky presided as Toastmaster The following sentiment was read by the a and High Priest and was Joined In by those present after which readI Com with support of 172000 loyal Sir Knights Other toasts offered were To the Right Eminent Grand Com mander of Kentucky Sir Wm R Johnston of Lebanon A telegram was alsoaent him conveying the com pliments of the season Louisville Coinmandery No 1 the Nestor of Templarism in Kentucky Sir John M Scott of Louisville Shearer Lodge No 402Dr U V Williams of Frankfort Our Old Mother Hiram Lodge No4Eminent Sir D W Lindsay Jr The Knight of the Olden Time Sir W S Dehoney 1EmIJlent Chapter No 3COm panion C Steele Reading The Grand Commandery of Ken tucky Eminent Sir Mason P Brown Grand Standard Bearer Where Is Our Wandering Boy T- oDaySlrs Wilmot lL Kldd and jTheKentucky Sir George A Lewis Grand High PriestFrankfort Commandery No 4Emt nentoSir DL Holland Commander The Captain of the Guard Sir Gus Shaefcr was called in and made some extended remarks at the close of which he wad presented with a substantial remembrance by his fraters mad brethren present After indulging in a slight collation lowed by cigars the Commandery then adjourned O J a0 O Xt I A BeanJ 9Igutue of ATie 68IiM Dr CaiyB CendltreH yewaew an just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier Illvermifuge They are not food bf medicine the beat in use to put horse in prime condition Price 9 cents ppr nnrl4rro For sale by Jt W Gayle and Le Compte A Gayle e Dr Werea Syipl- tirWathebie oeu dt1t J il1 THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR i High Grade Vehicles Than ever before The public have at last come to the conclusion that a CHEAP vehicle is DEAR at anyIprice Our work is strictly handmade and is sold under a guarantee that means something Ifyou want a vehicle that is firstclass and will give perfect satisfaction drop us a card and we will call to see you VVe know we can suit you ill both quality and prices All we askis an opportunity to discuss the matter with you Seller arriage go VERSIMrES KY IHK President WARD FORMER FRANKFORT LADY HURT IN RUNAWAY Mrs Flora Belle Jones wife of Prof W B Jones of Arcadfa Fla was seriously hurt In a runaway accident while out driving in a buggy with her baby girl early this week t Itt seems the horse Mrs Jones was driving took fright at an automobile and ran away throwing Mrs Jones and the baby out Mrs Jones fellon a railroad track and suffered a whenched back slight fracture of the skull and painful bruises while the little baby was not hurt at all Mrs Jones is the daughter of Mr Sam S Shepard chief clerk in the office of U S Marshad S G Sharp of the Eastern District of Kentucky at Covington and was married to Prof W B Jones Bon of County Superntendent E R tones about two years since While regretting the accident the many friends of this popular young couple rejoice that her Injuries are not more serious and hope for her speedy recoveryJ HOG OYSTER SUPPERS Hog oysters or Kentucky oysters as the ucculent chitterlings of the festive porker are some times called are all the rage at the present time among certain classes of the colored population of Frankfort and not a night passes but that festivals at which this dish is the piece de resistance are held in the different sections of the city Even the approach ofXmas and the nearness of the anticipated baked chicken or turkey failed to decrease in the least the popularity of a viand that has been dear to the heart of the average Ken tucky darkey since befo de wah WATER V IMPROVE MET The great Jetties at the of the Mississippi near New OrleansII which have been in course struction for four years and which cost the government 6000000 were completed this week giving the South one of the greatest deepwater harbors in the world with a mini mum depth of thirtyfive feet The irresistible force of the Mississippi river at this point was used to cut the channel by being confined boo tween two parallel walls kit 11 1 L 1 llJf C M BROWSING Sec and Ireas t rtu t dCOLORED 400 TAKE TRIP ON INTERURBAN 11 lThe colored 400 to the number ofiabout 100 chartered an Interurban car on Thursday night and made up an excursion party to Lexington to attend a skating rink contest Theyrleft this city about 6 oclock and reyturned at 330 on yesterday morning having had a big time lOLD CROW RESUMES OPERAITION I The Old Crow Distillery the prop erty of Messrs W A Gaines Co resumed operations on Thursday The Old Crow has been remodeled and rebuilt with a capacity pf fromw1500 to 1800 bushels per dayKThis house manufactures only a + high grade of goods POWERS TRIAL NEARING END t 1 The trial of Caleb Powers charged with conspiring to assassinate wni Goebel is drawing rapidly to a close and will probably be given to the Jury early next week It has been an exceedingly tedloua and long drawn out one and many new facts have been adduced In his favor f HOLIDAY BUSINESS GOOD Frankfort merchants in all lines of goods report a splendid business during the past week and all of thent declare that theto sales aggregated during the same number of days an amount equal to that of last year Some of them state that the amount of goods disposed of was even greater than that of the previous year KILLTHaCOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS t WITH Dr Kings j New Discovery II FOR cgUCHS Trial PBICJII ALL THROAT AND LUNOTIIOUB- UGUABANrZZD BATIe4FAOTOR 08 YONIICT REFUNDED f- hIJL TIGHT MONEY EAST 4 The Greest Clothing Salevi lj EVER KNOWN TO FRANKFORT MENS 825850 AND 35 SUITS AT 15 30 32 35 SILK LINED OVERCOATS AT 2G AFt As a result of the financial squall in New York eastern clothing manufacturers are loaded up with big stocks which they dont want They dp want money As a consequence the dealer with cash in his hand and nerve to buy can practically name his own price Hackett Carhart Co makers of theafinest clothes we know of offered us a big lot of suits and overcoats at a price so low as to be absurd We bought them They are here ready for your Weve had some remarkable clothing sales in the past but we have never before been able to offer such suits as these at 15 nor such overcoats at 20 we doubt if we ever can again More there is a greater variety to y- j select from than any other store in Frankfort could show at the beginning y of a season Now men come quick if you want choice V JtjK r r The Suits at 15 IMade of handsome worsteds and Scotches in both staple and novelty patterns every coat hand made designed by one of the highest salaried men in his profession today Not a suit in the lot worth less than 25 about onefourth of them worth 30 and 35 Every pattern a handsome one All sizes from 35 to 46 chest Its economy to buy two suits at this price Its wise to come early and get choice of the finest ones 300 suits to select from to begin with We never again expect to be able to offer as fine suits as these and as great variety at the price of 15 Come quick The Overcoats at 20I READ THIS CAREFULLYITS EXTRAORDI pfd r NARY ABOUT 30 BLACK AND OXFORD HEAVY OVERCOATS WORTH 3U J3o 5 4 U 45 NOW ABOUT 20 BLACK ND GREY TOP COATS WORTH 35 xow20IALL BUT ABOUT 1O LUXURIOUSLY LINED WITH SILK IWe can say nothing more Such a chance will never Not a coat in the lot that a firstclass tailor could duplicate for less than 50 to SCO and then the coat would not be one whit better if as good Sizes 36 to 43 in overcoats C 35 to 46 in rain coats You will have to come early to get C one of these I OVERCOATS AT 12 t I Out of regular stocks Choice of those worth regularly 30 and 15 Blacks and fancies All sizes Cash only Alterations charged for No goods on approval fMiR K MCCLURE SONSINCORPORATED d lqdw rdewrorr rMaaaerrM a rw MNra rqa